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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895070501 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. vol. xxi i r. Mi(8 Xell Semi Weekly Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JULY 5. 1895. LANCASTER, y NO. 37 ! LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. CARRARa COUNTY. MIDDLEBURG, CASEY UOUNTY. MT- - VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Prof. Milton Klliott sold Monday to Vegetation wbb refreshed greatly by Itev. M. A. Middleton was to have sick for several ilnyH. Dr. John llothwell, of Missouri, n borso preached at Turkey Knob Sunday, but the recent good rain. It. M. Jnckeon Iirb bought tbo livery for $50 A party of young people Btormed failed to come. Mies Julia May Gaines wbb "stormBtablo of W. I French. Jas. DuBtin has moved his saw and Miss Lena Newcomb Tuesday evening. wind-mi- ll ed" Tuesday 'II. 0. Thompson is hnvinj: his evening by the members of grist mill to this place, Bnd wo will not The Rev. Dr. McDonald, of Danville, Mutual Life Insurance Co. in I am representing the North-westerof the Juvenile Club. and tank and hia fuuco painted. have to depend on the water mill for delivered several excellent sermons here the loan department and am ready to make loans in this and adjoinMr. Dolton, a resident of Point Lenv-el- l, meal. V. H. Tboinpson'ri new Ijoiipu is recently. ing counties. Interest 6 per cent. Term 2 to 5 years. For full inwas accidentally aliot in the foot last nenrinj; completion and will bo hii ornn-uieTho Ladies' Aid Society held Its last formation and application, apply to II. II. McAninch and John Coilt-Monday by a passing tramp. to the town. each shipped a car load of lambs to Cin- meeting at the home of Mrs. Pierce. The The suliject of Klder George Gow cinnati last week, for which they paid interest iu church work continues un McCalla Fitzgerald is rejoicing over EL o new son, which nude his appearance en's discourse Sunday morning vwll bo from Ilj to 4c. abated. "Christ, the Light of the World." nt liia house a few days since. Capt. aud Mrs. Spradlin have been Rowling Wilkinson, a clever old ne -- Friday and Saturday there will b0 gro of WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY vlBlting in Tennetsee. Fred I'ikkIiaiI the misfortune to lose L'pon the return tho Indian Creek section, died a valuable borso a few dayB mko. Mr. another examination of teachers under Sunday, alter several weeks illness. He of the latter they expect to resume house Superintendent J. Hunt MuMurtry. 1'JjfK was llshliiK in the Cumberland rivkeeping here. was about 75 years of age. -- Mifca Annie Loyd Herring entertainWilliamsburg and his horse ran er near A merry crowd drove down to A fine rain began to fall here Suned Wednesday evening at her home on day aud lias continued to over n clitr and was killed instanllv. this writing. Mrs. Fish's homo Monday evening and Capt. Itoberts, the gonial and accom- Richmond ;reet in honor ol her young The ground is thoroughly wet and fi,avo a pleasant surprise to Mies Kate AT WITHERS & HOCKER'S. modating HaleHinan of J. M. Robinson, friends. Sprndlin and her guest, Mies A!za Logan streams are running rapidly. Mrs. Wiley, a lady well advanced in Norton A Co., is in town. Mrs. II. C. W. P. Keeney, A. R. Spears and J. Brown. Thompson and children leave this morn- years, died at her homo in Paint Lick C. Coulter attended the democratic conRockcastle has three etone quarries Our line of Chairs, Picturs, Easels, Folding Beds, Suites, Couches, ing for a protracted visit to Mt. Sterling Monday. Burial in tbo Puint Lick Cem- vention at Louisville last week. Mr. and a number of lumber and stave ship- Window Shades, Carpets and Wall Paper is up' to date. Be sure to etery Tuesday. and West Liberty. Keeney sajH for strong lungs, tho men pers. Soou the oil wells will be in full The members of the Missionary So that composed tho Louisville delegation blast and then Mt. Vernon will be the see our line and you will be convinced that we carry THE line. There is to be a big picnic at Mnn ciety at Point Leavell will give a suppor simply took the cake. 4th, and a large number cheater They could halloo city of the mountains. of the "patriotic" of London will attend. at one of the churches, trio proceeds of louder, longer and oftener than any set Mrs. Georgie Rice and sisters have A big game of base ball will be played which are to go to that organization. of men ho ever snw. There is but little moved to the residence of Mra. Collieri Mr. Cyrus Kason recently bought doubt by the London nnd Manchester nines. that republicans will be able to near Level Green, where they will reside ou Lexington poll their full vote this year, but the during the term of school which Mrs. The brass band from this place is in at- the public ucbool-hous- u Stanford, Ky. street, p tying $500 for it. He is to soon great effort which it seems they will Rice will conduct in that neighborhood. Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, tendance. fair convert the building Into a dwelling-bous- mike to carry the State will solidify tho The trustees are to be congratulated upTbo Masonic celebration at tbo grounds on the IMth was a perfect sue democratic party and bring its full vote on securing the services of this excellent One Gallon of-Mips Katherine Paxton, a graduate cess. The celebration was under the also. The boys are well pleased with ladv. We are pleased to note the good for auspices ol Hoblnsou Creek Lodge No. of Staunton, Va., College, mid a teacher the ticket and will leave nothing undone tune of our qttandam friend and fellow 591, although several lodges were repre- of six years' experience, has beeu em- to elect it. sented. Ill Masons were in the march. ployed as lirst assistant here in tho High It peeins thnt the republicans can citizen, Sam M. Burdette, who has been be 3,000 ter Graded School. There woro estimated to raise a little "sand" in their conventions appointed one of the three civil service The Ith of July was observed by a as well as democrats. Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and costs you present and not n drunken or dissons In their meeting commihsioners for Cook county, 111 , number of our citizens, some by taking a at Liberty on the -- Ith to nominate a can (Chicago), Col. Burdette began the orderly person was on the ground. H. M. Jackson attended the Louis-vill- e recreation and others by rest. A numditlato for the Legislature, it is reported practice of law in this county in WGand democratic convention and was one ber of the business houses were closed. that the commander-in-chigot upon we are happy to eay has prospered in Ev Tho negroes gave u picnic. of the committee on resolutions. his "hips" because Rev. F. Grider was his profession, besides making an enviaIt is Mr. John M. Logan is engaged in chosen over his man, Ellas Kidd, and ble reputation an a writer. erybody hero is pleased with the ticket Mies lieesie Turley, cf Richmond, and every democrat in this section Mill teaching a music class of eight or more "Jeems" Harrison Pnesmorein his speech cast his vole for the party. Doth demo- pupils at her homo on Lexington street. after tho nomination uas made, spoke of is the guest of Mrs. W. J. Sparks. Miss is well qualified to teach, bo- Rev. G'ider in no very complimentary Lina Kennedy visited friends at Pleasant crats and republicans are jubilant over Mrs. Lc-aAny Shade you like. of H. C. Ford for treas- ng a graduate of music aud postuaeing a terms, when a big burly republican stop Valley last week. Mr. and Mrs. James the Domination urer. Mr. Ford is our former townsman highly cultivated voice. Ribinson viBited relatives here on their ped up to him, (Passmore), and shaking Tho following attended the Chautau- bis fist iu his face, called him an infam- return to Middlesboro. Mrs. John Fish and is a general favorite with everybody. Mies Mary Oreen, of Km HernsUdt, qua at Lexingtion on the 4th: Misses ous ecoundrel. Things have come to a is visiting relatives in Williamsburg-Misvisited at II. C. Thompson's this week. FhiiiiIo West, Ada Farra, Mary and pretty pass when such men as Jim Carrie Lair has returned from a vise Jauiei Dorelug uud wile, nee Julia 1'igg, Georgio Miller, Sub Herring aud Flordarts to vilify such tneu as Bro. it to Livingston. Misses Sallie Cook and returned from Niagara Falls and other ence Anderson; Messrs. Cabbell Denny, Grider. We are of the opinion that the A'za Logan Brown have receded appoints of interest and are at Judge Dure John Farra, Robert and Will F.mbry. republicans have displayed unusual good pointments to attend the Midway echool. It F. Robinson bought six 75 pound judgment in tng's A number of ladies and the selection of a candidate. CRAB ORCHARD. lambs of Newton Crow at Ic. Woodson We would much rather a good democrat from this place contemplate attend.Dealer in. 1 Ii convention which Scott sold John Roberts, of Jessamine, L'O could be elected and we are much op 8., 0. ing the Y. Our hotels both in town and at the meets In Boston, Mass., next week. Mir8 sheep at 51.50. John Uroaddus, of Mc. posed to the idea of preachers, especially springs are rapidly filling with guests. Fannie Kedd, of Crab Orchard, Htopped Creary, bought a yoke of oxen of Jack of Dro. Grider'a ability, quitting the pulOur town was quito dull the 4th as over Tuesday night with Mlei Nellie Naylor at f 100; ho also bought another pit for a political scramble, but we are nearly everybody went to tbo picnics Thompson en route to Manchester. 11. yoke of Smith Thompson for $83. forced to admit that he fs well fitted for around through the country. Lust Friday Mrs. J. B. Carter, of tho position he seeks and will make an C. Thompson has a "boil factory" in full Whortleberries are very plentiful at blast. Anyone wishing anything in that Cartersville, gave an elegant dining, con honrst representative. 25c a gallon and as there are no blacksistingof six or more courses. Many line can be supplied at half price. berries, the demand is great. OF A LOCAL NATURE. guests were present, Borne from LancasMrs. Stapp and daughter, of WinWhen Democracy Will Ole. Trade Solicited from surter, to partake of her hospitality. The One person was killed and two fatal- chester, Va., are visiting her parents, Prompt attention given to Prescriptions. hay like an ox When the lion eats house and grounds were very inviting on ly wounded on the Middlesboro Belt Dr. and Mrs. Stapp, at College Home. rounding country. Wall Paper Very Cheap. swallow the whale; And the this occasion, being decorated with rich Railroad. Mrs. Isaac Mayfield, who has been visiWhen the terrapins knit woolen socks tallage and rare, fragraut tlowers. hare ia outrun by the snail; And tbo Tho assessment of Middlesboro prop- ting ber father, Mr. Stuart, for several Quite an unfortuuate accident hap- erty shows that there is still left $1,400,-00- 0 days, went to Livingston Thursday to .When serpents walk upright like men pened in our midst Wednesday morndoodle-bug- s frogs travel like visit her sister, Mra. E, R. Davis. Mr. of alleged values there. And feeds on the hen ing. While Mr. Warren Russell was Wtaen the A. J. Potts, formerly of Danyille, Holdam Stuart, who has been home restriding bis wheel down Lexington Ave- dropped dead at Frankfort. He was elec- ing a few dayB, has returned to bis work And feathers grow on hogs- And nue he accidentally ran against an old trician (or the Capital City Railway. at Grays. When Thomas cats swim in the air colored man by the name of "I'ncle" Mra, Dr. Cooper, of Livingston, ia And elephants roost upon trees; Thomas Daugberty baa been apHarry Ilull'man. knocking him down, pointed postmaster at Cooksburg, Rock- spending the week with Mrs. Cooper's When insects in summer are rare .And bu nil never makes people sneeze; running over one of his legs aud cutting castle county, vice S C. Forbus, resign parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ohas. Redd. Mrs. an artery with the pedals of thb wheel. ed. Fannie Redd left Saturday for a lengthy When fish creep over dry land The The cut produced a hemorrhage, from And mules on velocipedes ride; The internal revenue collections in' visit to her aunt, Mra. Potter, at When foxeHlay eggs in the sand which b bled very profusely foi awhile, this district for the year ended July 1, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Colfey And women in drees take no pride; but in a short time and fortunately the were $I,SU,5S3.'.!3; for June they were and children spent several days laet When tbo humming bird brays llko an ass bleeding was stopped. week with friends. They left for their $25,11:!. 15. And lltnbergor Binella like cologne; You are invifed to call and see them. Mrs. Bagby and dhughter have reRev. I). K. Pearson, uf Chicago, who home in Livingston Sunday. Master When plow shares are made out of glass turned to their homo near afis spending the week very Cincinnati recently gave $50,000 conditionally to Fred Newland And hearts of Kentuckians of Htone. ter a two wevkn' visit hero. Miss Kva C. Berea College, has also given $50,000 to pleasantly with friends in Madison counWhen Ideas grow in populist heads Grant, of Danville, has been with Lan- the Whitman College, Walla Walla, ty. And wool on the hydraulic urn; caster relatives thia week. Miss Nettie Wash. S HERD OK THE Then the democratic party will bo dead HUBBLE. Doores is the guest of her brother, Dr. And this country not worth n durn. The Paris Kentuckian says that Gon Clermont Sun. Doores, of Crab Urchnid. Mrs. R. K Green Clay Smith was elected lieutenant S. Dunbar killed a dog in his yard Hughes has returned to her homo Ht in Capt Stone's company at the age of Tuesday, supposing it to be a mad dog. Witn Gen. Ciordon and Treacher Lawreiicobnrg Hfter a visit to her par R. H. Pror, Mr. R. H. Gentry is visiting his Talmage as orators of the dav, tbo Lex ente, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller. It 13, the youugest person ever chosen to brothers on Hawkins Branch and will Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. such a position. Ing Ghatnuqua 'drew like a circus" yes Graham Price, of Danville, was visiting A. O. Crusenbury, a laborer at the return to Lexington in a few days. terday. his grandmother, Mrs. Susan Price, Sun-di- y steel plant, while letting himself down Bro. Wm. Walden, formerly of LanPigs for sale from the best types of Registers The government has expended and Monday. Miss Mattio Flkin is from tho top of one of the furnaces, caster but now of Washington, Ind., Stock. Breeders secured from tap beet herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited In them the guet of friends on its S3 cemeteries. last and rolatives in loosened some brick, one of them falling preached at Bright's echool-houssleep their last sleep 330,700 of the Stanford. A. II. Rice is at home from a ou his head, killing him instantly, at Sunday night to a good audience. nation's defenders. Southern trip. Mr. Smith and son, of The farther the whoat crop ia examThe employes of the nallworks at Danville, were in Lancaster Wednesday Middlesboro. agitation basbrok ined in this community, the lighter it The Ashland havo boon given a voluntary Dr. A. S. Price and Jack Rout, of Stanis A pe- appears to bo. Eph Pennington KY. increase of 10 per cent, in wages. An ford, were visitora of Mr. and Mrs. Ed en out afresh in Mercer county. threshing his barley and has been offeradditional 10 per cent, will follow in GO Price the tlrat of tho week. Mrs. Mary tition with 1,200 signatures will be pre- ed 40c for the crop. I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revolusented to the county court asking that a days. Anderson visited friends iu Cartersville vote of the people be taken on the quesProf. Blackie once chalked on his no- tionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem imA railroad is building from Omaha last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lipoid, of tion of free turnpikes. possible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming tice board in college: to Salt Lake, of which every employe Louisville, are tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. A. Saddler, a widow, at "The professor is unable to meet bis to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these must be a stockholder. The shares are J. M. Clemerson. Klder George Gowen tempted to crawl under a car at Corbiu classes goods will arrive in the next few days. $10 each. There will be no strikes on was a visitor of Stanford friends Tues in order to cross the track, but the train "A waggish student removed the 'c - 1 that road. day. Miss Ellen Owsley is tho guest o moved aud sho was caught. One arm leaving Masses.' " When the professor Miss Mary Sandifer, of Middlesboro. was cut oil' and she was otherwise injur A good black slicker $1.2$, very fine rubber coat Si. 50 worth $3. returned, he noticed the new rendering. On Tuesday, July 30tb, the Chesa- Mrs. Mattio Sweenoy and daughter are ed bo that death will ensue. Black cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth S5.50. Mens' sandals worth 75c Equal to the occasion, the professor peake and Ohio will run a special train with relatives in Greenshurg. Mrs. Boy's knee pant suits for Jen A dispatch from Lexington to tho quietly rubbed out. the "1" and the no- for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. of I'ullman palace Bleeping cars and day nio Eastman has returned to her home Cincinnati Enquirer saya that Rey. Pe- tice read; 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens' Lexington to Old Point coaches from in Columbus, O., after a visit to W. U. ter Vinegar was preaching hia famous "The professor is unable to meet bis and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to S7.50, worth $$ to Comfort, leaving at 4:30 i m. aud arriv- Kiuuaird and family. Mrs. S. P. Grant "Damned Hot Day" sermon when all at asses S15. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor Old Point early next afternoon, in ing at m was visiting her mother, Mrs. II. A once the congregation took offense at hia made for S12.50 to S15, former price 18 to 25 dollars. These goods time for a refreshing plunge in the surf Price, on Thursday. Miss Bottie Robin-bo- ii It MayOo as Much for You remarks about the behavior of some of Mr. Fred Miller ol Irvine, ill. writes that he are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. before supper. Round trip tickets will for many yean, returned to Danville with Mies Mary upon him all at hail a Severe Kidney trouble and alto that hit S ! with severe paint id his back be sold at $13, good to return until Au- Dunn. Miss Ora Enoch is yieiting Miss the sisters. They fell affected. He tried many sa called once and began beating him with cluba bladder was Stop overs will be Rranted gust 17tb. KidneX cures but without any good result. About Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know Sallie Elkiii. Misses Ohristiuo Bradley a vear airo he bee an use ol Hitters and that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them at any station on return trip. Special and Ellon Maya are guests of relatives and sticks. He lied from the town, Hitters is found relief at once by the angry mob, and took refuge adapted to cure ot all Electric and Liverespecially lower than the lowest. be mado at the Hygeia Kidney troubles Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist unin Somerset. Mrs. E. L.Owsley enteralmost instant relief. One Hotel and alBO to New York, Washing tained Wednesday evening in honor of a iu a hay stack, where, ho remained near- and often ghes statement. Price only 50c, trial til you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have will prove our lor ly all day. arge bottles At A. R Penny's Drug Stare. ton, Virginia Beach and at the surround- number of Lsnnasler vnung ladles. in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of A. Quarter Century Tost. ing resorts. A trip to Old Point Comcheck, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for Central Holiness Camp Meeting, Wil. For a quarter ot a century Dr. King's New DisThe Queen & Crescont Route will Bell more, Ky., meeta July 129th to August fort atlorda a greater variety of recreahalf price. covery has been tested and the millions who have fare for received benefit from It use testily to its wonder-ftion and enjoyment than any other re tickets from all stations in Kentucky to 0th, 1S95. One and Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They curative powers in all diseases of the Throat evthe round trip via Queen it Crescent eort known. Write a postal for descrip- Cincinnati and return at one and Chest and Lungs. A remedy that has stood the are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. fare daily July 20th, to morning ery day o( meeting from all points be- test so long ana mat nas given so universal satistive circular Riving full information. infaction la no experiment. Each bottle is positiveA Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for Si. 15 towns. trains to AugUBt Cth, account Oakley tween Cincinnati and Chattanooga all or the will be Special rates from clusive. Ask agents for particulars, ly guaranteed to give relief to be themoney reliable worth S3- sequel Buy and sell for Cash. most refunded. It is admitted Gkorgb W. Barnxy. Races. Ask Queen & Crescent agents W. C. Rlnoaraon, G. P. A., Cincinnati, for Coughs and Colds. Trial bottle free at A. It. TAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. Fenny' drug store. Largo site 50c andfi. O. Dis't.Paea. Agent, Lexington, Ky, for particulars. McKcu lina been quito Money, Money, Money TO LOA-IsTn nt JOHN" JKXRBT, Insurance Ag&nt to-da- WITHERS & HOCKER, -- e. MASTIC" MIXED PAINT ef ONLY: $1,40 '.PER: GALLON, n Very Fine and Durable. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. s Paes-mor- W. B. McROBERTS, ID)MU(Gr9 PAINT9 Q)I2LS9 PKMl(MPTI0Jm llih-wor- grass-hopp- er - ANCHOR : STOVES, Anchor Steel Ranges, BEST IN THE COUNTRV, FARRIS & HARDIN BLUE-GRAS- Mac-cheate- r. Duroc Jersey Red Swine Bronaugh, iggjgggjgp o e JAMM ira IIUSTONYIIXE, olothhstgDKBSS O-OOID- fol-low- low-ratesw- ill m one-thi- rd ul one-thi- rd blue-graB- a JThe , ., ms&: ' & I M w r' I Peaches are so plentiful at ColumProf. Moore, who will succeed to the bus, Ga., that they are selling at 10 cento juat gone into Indiana and position of chief of the weather bureau, a peck. which the temperance people think will is a republican. John Cash sold to John Johnson, of minimize the evlla of the trafllc. It reof Dr. Dowie, the The institution Stanford, Kt., - July 5, 1985 quires that all saloons shall be on the "divine healer," at Chicago, is being in- Boyle, a small bunch of heifers and ground floor, that they Bhull be in fall vestigated on account of alleged mur- steers at 3c. A Bowling Green firm has prized view ot the street rvith no screens or derous practices. W. P. WALTON. of tho Carroll-ti- n 000,000 pounds of tobacco and shipped it other obstruction to prevent tbo drinker E. A. Gullion, editor Of Summer Goods at the- from being seen by the passer by. A Democrat, was elected president of direct to Europe. -- M. F. Elkin bought of J. M. Hill majority of the votera of a prescribel tbo State teachers' association, just closTHE TICKET. W. H. Mnrphy a lot of extra good and area petitioning against license can ed at Lexington. For Governor, tbeir issual. Saloon keepers can The negro who murdered a police- butcher stuff at 3c. P. WAT HARDIN, ol Mercer. Abo Coleman has driven Katar also bo subjected to heavy damages to man at ML. Sterling has been sentenced For wives and other dependents upon those to death. His execution will be the McGregor a mile in 2:22, and a quarter R. T. TYLEK, of Fulton. Is in full blast now. Hundreds of bargain seekers have visited our in 33 seconds, this season. whom they make drunk. That great first thero in 80 years. For Treasurer, The Lexington Gazette reports stora the past week and went away heavy ladnn with the wonderful George Wake was shot and killed at desideratum the final elimination of It. C. FORD, ol Cly. the whisky saloon is slowly but surely a hotel in Coraicaoa, Tex., by the father sales of 252 cattle, 1,000 pounds average, bargains obtained. And it looks as thogh every customer that visitFor Auditor, coming. And all good people will say, and brother of a woman who was occu- for August 1 delivery at 5c. L. C. NORMAN, of Boone, ed this sale sent their friends. Don't delay purchasing when you can California's peach crop in tho cenpying a room with him. Amen. For Register of the Land Office, Frank Stanley Bhot a newsboy at tral and northern parts of the Stale, get the newest, handsomest and most stylish goods. All this seasons C. B. SWANGO, of Wolfe. Gov. BiioirN, who several months ago Franklyn, O., because the little fellow promises this year to bo the largest ev- fashions or Attorney General, announced his candidacy for the U. S. insisted on his buying a paper and fol- er raised. W. J.HENDKICK, of FleminC. Senate, publishes a card withdrawing lowed him a square or two. Iko VanMeter sold to Nels Morris, For Secretary of Slate, from the race. He states that his reanegro woman at 142 cattle weighing 1,000, pounds to be Marlon Thomas, a HENRY S.HALE, ot Graves. sons for so doing are purely of a per- Savannah, Ga., killed the taken from Aug. 1st to 15th, at 5c per ForSupt ol Public Initructlcn, sonal nature, but we suspect that he has child of her brother by pouring concen- pound. Winchester Democrat. ED PORTER THOMPSON, of Oiren. seen the handwriting on the wall that trated lye down its throat. A fruit special was wrecked near Fcr Commissioner of Agriculture, Gov. McCreary will be promoted to that National banks are gradually decreas Clinton and the people of the town rev ION B.N ALL, of Loultville. office. He has also perhaps recognized ing in number. Only 41 were organized eled in such luxuries as ripo tomatoes, Dry Goods We are giving special prices on fine Lawns and dotFor Railroad Commissioner, the fact that the free eilver fallacy is a during the year juat closed and the num- p'ums, cucumbers, cabbage, beaue, etc , GEO. H. ALEXANDER, of Louisville. ted Swisses, Dimities, Percales and Challics. losing issue. Senator Blackburn claims ber in existence now is but 3,722. for a day or so. For Representative, will help him, but that the withdrawal The National Agricultural departIn Kentucky there are 51 Shoes We always lead in Shoes and Slippers. Ladies' slippers M. F. NORTH. he is noted for claiming the earth and of the presidential class which last ment cost fl.070.3S3 the last fiscal year, from 50c up. Children's slippers from 25c up. Men's Shoes from the fullness thereof, besides a $7GO,955, which was $700,000 less than the appro It is certainly late and unnecessary of talking with his mouth. As fondnessn year yielded a gross revenue ofyear. the priation, and that amount has been cov- 75c up. an increase of $17,902 over last too perhaps for the Interior Journal now appears Gov. McCreary has Wm. Cooligan, of Dayton, O , re- ered into the treasury. to express its hearty approbation of what Hon. J. S. Owsley, Sr, sold a car was done by the constituted authority decidedly the advantage over the other marked after eating a hearty dinner that y he believed he would lay down and die. load of 70 head of 2S0 lb. hogs in Cincinmtj of the democratic party, to which it ever aspirants. V nati a few days ago at 4J. netting him 4 In less than an hour he was a corpse. gives allegiance, but we will take this The State treasurer has just finished A forocious Indian doctor was driv- at home. It was the best lot of the 3,- y first qccasion since our return to Wc are in the lead in men's aud boys' fine Clothing. mailing checks to the amount of $100,000 en out of Ft. Jennings, 0 by masked 000 offered that morning and brought to say that bad we been permit- in full of balance due teachers. If this Hoys' Knee Pants Suits 75c, worth Si. 25. ted to write tho platform or name the kind of thing keeps up, our good friend, men, who shaved half his face and head, much the beat price. " " $i, " An "Ivanco in one year of $1 per 1.50. ticket we could not have been more Col. Bradley, will be left without any egged him and ducked him in the river. a highly head in the Gelling price of a flock of " long " " 1.50 " Tbo body of A. G. Jenny, thoroughly satisfied. The endorsement campaign material whatever, except 2.50. esteemed book keeper of Cincinnati, was sheep as reported in tho Wisconsin Farof Cleveland and Carlisle and the declar" " 2.50 4.00. what his imagination may suggest. found in the Ohio river at that place. mer, shows how free wool is ruining the ation for sound money are what we had Men's Suits at 3.00 " 5.00. His books are all right and foul play is farmers. McKlnley's presidential boom contended for for months, believing that The populists are holding their State suspected. " Cheviot Suits, 4.00 " Jr. will look like n sieve by next year. 6.50. the democracy of Kentucky could not convention at Louisville and Tom Tit Bond & Litsey shipped 270 lambs " Worsted Suits 5.00 " By a decision of Judgo Parker at afford to take a less decided course. Pettit will likely bo nominated for gov7.50. from here yesterday, which they had When away up in tho North-we- st we ernor. After the huge republican and Lexington, the acting school board is read of the result of the convention, it democratic gatherings, the meeting looks declared illegibly chosen and the ordi- bought in the county at 4c. McMurray, Bargains in Carpets and Matting. nance dividing the city into six wards is Bond k McUrayer shipped to Cincinseemed a little incongruous to nominate like the funeral of a poor man. nati 750 hogs which had been fed at tho abolished. an outspoken free silver man on a bard John Watklns was badly beaten with Brown distillery. They were sold at money platform, bat the nomination The Louisville Times prints a picture was me wisest anu tne best lrom every of its handsome and capable managing a club at Greenup, this State, by Wm. $1 Go to $4.75. Anderson News. Local buyers are ftill offering 00 standpoint. Originally for Gen. Hardin, editor, Mr. R. W. Brown, and labels it White, who didn't scaro worth a cent, Anderson A Spilman when the former played ghost and tried cents for wheat. we had to withdraw our support on ac- "Col. Sam Burdett." At least it looks are buying a good deal at that figure, to frighten him. Louisvillian than the A; URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, count of his ultra silver views, but we more like the Three little children living in tbo and they say they have more engaged did it with the sincereet regret. We recT. D. RANEY, Manager. northern part of Letcher county, ate now than ever before at this time. Lo- ognized the &reat claims that Gen. HarOur brethren of the press have been mulberries and died within five minutes gan Denny a une lancy saddle mare, din bad on the democracy, his ability Branch Stores. and his charming personality, but felt doing as proud for the last few weeks, of each other. Spider poison is suppos- Francis P., will bo campaigned this year with Wm. Rue's string of show horses. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, that he was meddling in affairs that did for which we are truly grateful. A man ed to be the cause. Commissioner Miller says the inter- She will go to St. Louis and other lead- Virsailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. concern a gubernatorial candidate. never knows how much ho is thought of not We felt all the time, however, that he by his friends until he dies or gets mar nal revenue receipts for the fiscal year ing fairs, and can be depended upon to ending July 1, will amount to something ttke her share of the blues. Advocate. was far the best man to cope with the ried. like $145,000,000. Kentucky pays about Garrard county orator on the stump and CHURCH AFFAIRS. Tub weather will have to run itself for the same as last year. to put the quietus on the charges that a while. Chief Harrington, of the signal In Trigg county a desperado named Tho old Brandy wine Baptist church he will bring against alleged democratic service, has been removed as be should mismanagement of State affairs. He is have been long ago and bis place given Colston killed Farmer Hammond and at Chadd's Ford, Pa., has just celebrated afterward was himself killed at a farm- its 180th anniversary. one of the most magnetic speakers in to a good democrat. house, together with a dissolute woman, Dr. T. T. Eaton preached the dedithe State and his eloquent and convincwho met death at his side. catory sermon of the new fl),000 Baping utterances will be worth thousands NEWSY NOTES. The bicyclo race for ono mile be- tist church at Glasgow. of voteB to the ticket. His nomination Jockey Henry Weber was fatally tween John S. Johnson, Sanger and TyThe Roman Catholic church in the governor on the first ballot and by so lor ler at Toronto, Ont., was won by John- United States claims a membership of large a vote, shows how close he is to the stabbed by a stable boy at Oakley. The Southern Railway Co. has ob- son by less than six inches over Sanger, 0,250,015, and owns property valued at Unless you come and look for yourself how cheap goods can be democratic heart and denotes a unanimity of feeling, which presages a return to tained control of the Queen & Crescent. while Tyler was only half a wheel be- fll8.2Sl.510. sold. Wc are determined to close many of our Summer Goods proA son of President Garfield has just hind. Rev. Miles Saunders, father of Hon. our old time majority. Tne rest of the at Jackson, Tenn., J. N. Saunders, of this place, has been vided the people want them. If you do you can't afford to pass us The been nominated for State Senator in disticket compares favorably with its with all fts records was burned. An in- pastor of tho Springfield Presbyterian by without examining what wc have and the prices we arc giving. tinguished head and it will go forth con- Ohio. . vestigation of forged warrants had been church for 35 years. Bandits held up the Southern quering and to conquer to agrand climax Overland in Oregon and looted the ordered and it is supposed the building Plana have been accepted by the in November. The democratic convenwas fired to prevent exposure of tho trustees of the Methodist church at tion acted wisely and well. The boys in train. for a 510,000 church, and work The deficit in the Texas State treas- guilty. the trenches will do likewise and Col The banks are so elated over the de will begin this summer. ury has reached $600,000 and may go to Bradley will again realize the futility of cision in the tax cose that they will not D. L. Moody has a scheme on foot earthly ambitions. Democrats who have $SOO,000. There are said to be 4,000,000 bicy wait for a rehearing, but are paying into to. put a Bible in the hands of each of been fighting each other will now get toon the market to be sold. All light weight and light colored and gether and fight the common enemy and cles in use in the United States and the the State treasury the rate fixed by the the 750,000 criminals in this country, Are Hewitt law. Already $300,000 have been and he generally carries out what ho wash Dress Goods will be closed regardless of actual value. is constantly increasing. win a famous victory. This Ir not your number undertakes. Col. John O. Hodges, of Lexington, received. Shoes, llambnrgs, Lace Curtains, Light Weight Underyear Col. Bradley. 'Smother year when Worth Ellis, a young married man The camp meeting at High Bridge wear, Straw Hats and everything for announces that ho will not be a candiyou havo seen the error of your way and summer must go out to make of Glasgow, deserted his family and begins this year on July 12th and cloa s accepted the overtures of mercy that de- date for re election to the Senate. eloped with the wife of Sam Simmons. the 29th, running through three Sun room for our immense fall stock which wc arc even now beginning to mocracy ever holds out to its backsliders, A jury at Owenaboro has given Mrs. They were arreBted at Horse Cave, but days. A number of distinguished buy. If you need these goods don't delay but come at once and get you may get the deserts your ability and Iglobart a verdict for $7,000 damages were released, and they are now in parts preachers will be on hand. what you need. cleverness entitle you to. Calamity against the murderer of her husband. unknown. Rev. Joe Severance, Jr., has receiv howling will do you no good, the Dick A Cincinnati man, after having the A mob took Marshall E. Prico from ed a call to the Utiristian church at Tate business won't fool anybody Bince remains of his little daughter cremated, jail at Denton, Md., and Bwung him by Guelph, Ontario, Canada, and is considmost of the defalcation has been made Bent the ashes to his father in Europe. the neck from the limb of a tree. Price ering the advisability of accepting it, giod by sureties and Gen. Hardin will The annual encampment of the Ken- had assaulted a little girl, and had just thouuh all his timo is engaged now. spike your gunB all along the line. The tucky Knights of Pythias will be held at a respite pending an apRev. John A. Brooks has resigned result of last year's election has brought Otmp Heyman, Park's Hill, July 8 to 14, been granted peal of his case. the charge of the Linden-streChrisdemocrats to their senses and they are The P. O. department issued 2,823- - tian church at Memphis becauRe ho Robert Fitzsimmons, tried at Syra to act the fool no more. They determined during tho iijcal year, fjund that progressive euchre had a are going to stand shoulder to shoulder cuse on a charge of killing his sparring 000,000 stampi partner, Con Riordan, has been acquit- valued at $5G.8S5,418 an incseaso of stronger hold on the congregation than and by the Eternal there will be no such over the year before. The value he had. ted. word to them as defeat. The Thomas Iron Company, of Phil- of envelopes issued was $12,030,010 and Rev. Jo II. Hopper, assisted by tho I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and adelphia, which controls the market, has postal cards $4,008,101. pastor of tho church, closed a successful y The conviction of anumberof Seventh-DaThe gossips at Frankfort are m aking meeting at tho Presbyterian church nt on easy monthly payments, or any other terms to suit the purchaser advunced all grades of pig iron $L per Adventists at Dayton, Teun., for For Oynthiana Sunday night. There worn 15 slates for I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line working on Sunday is contrary to the ton. they have named J. additions to the churcnand the members best. Three negroes were hanged Wed- adjutant general were greatly revived. intentions ot a country in which every of goods as can be found any where in the land. Cripps Wickliffe, of Bardstown; for state scaffold at man is supposed to be permitted to wor- nesday from the same I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever examiner Capt. James Martin, of GlasMiss., for the murder of Dr. ship God according to the dictates of his gow; for warden of the Frankforf, penisold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. own conscience and seems to be a revival King. George, of Mayfield; for SGf Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. The new South is on a great boom. tentiary Henry of the odious Blue Laws long ago repealgreat sicknesses or the It is not the innew indus- superintendent of the feeble minded ed. Adventists observe one day in seven Six hundred and sixty-fou- r great trials that are hardest to bear. Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking stitute, Dr. J. Q. Stowart, of Frankfort. as a day of rest and they should not be tries were established during the last It is the little vexations, the petty anthis position does not yive up her class in Music, but will continue After ono of the most prolonged and noyances, the "martyrdom of trifles." punished for not believing that the first quarter. fights ever known, Dr. teaching as before. Address James Foxwell, Piattsmouth, Neb., determined legal day of the legal week, commonly called Take the case of a woman who hni conbeinterest Buchanan, who murdered his wife stant headaches, nervous break downs Sunday, is the one designated by the has won bis suit for bilious attacks, dizziness. loss of appetite, cause of her alleged unfaithfulness, was etc She is never wholly sick and yet Supreme Being for a cessation of earth- in a $3,000,000 estate left by an uncle in at Sing Sing Monday. electrocuted nevir well. She is expected to be " up and England. ly labors. about her work," yet the buffers keenly. thrice sentenced to die, but each It is simply a case of biliousness and Grieved over the suicide of her huslast a stay of proceedings timo until the torpid liver, under which her system is Since tho State convention. Senator band, Mrs. Nannie Bennett, of Jefferson-villrunning down, bbc wants, first of all, lo was granted. His was the quickest and Blackburn is cooing as gently as a sucktake a liver pill which will cause the Ind., poisoned herself and two most successful electrocution, death ocbowels to discharge all the secreted bile ing dove. He seems to have recognized children. curring in 34 Buconds from 1,740 volts of which Is poisoning the blood. When the bowels nre thoroughly opened she has rethe fact that he is not the big I and tbo fiscal year ending Juno 30th, electricity. For the moved the chief irritant. Now for the democratic party the small u. His free the deficit in the National treasury is next ten days she wants simply n powerful tonic and blood purifier to strengthen FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. silver bark is stranded high and dry and $43,250,000, which is much less than was the system and repair the waste. be is feeling around in tho darkness to expected. In Oregon 5,000 horsea sold in a lot You can get loth of these medicines find out "where he is at." The Louis(in two separate boxes) nt one price, Mrs- John Swift, of Elkhart, Ind., at $5 each. ville Post saya be is eliminated! from the committed suicide by taking morphine 25 cents, by asking vour druggist for Georgia's fruit crop this year is es Uanioii'aToiiic Liver Illl(i Senatorial contest, which it claims is because her husband scolded her for get- timated to be worth $3,000,000. sepaand 1'elletH. (If bought would narrowed down to McCreary and Buck-ne- ting a dress. to W. II. Prewitt George Baker sold rately in any other form they cost double. They are a .sure cure Capt. Henry W. Howgate, the form- n hunch of butcher stud at 2!jc. for coustipntiou aud biliousness. Farris & Hardin sold to M. S. & J. And now tlte "nnivel" Hervice lav is to er disbursing officer of the signal service, Try this once. employes of the pensiou who after years of wandering as n fugi- W. Baughman a gelding for $100. take in the Call and Sec Them. Ten bushels to the acre is said lo bo At all deaUre, or mall, for 23c., 0 boxes $1.00. offices throughout the country. Tne time tive from justice, was found in New York BROWN MFC. CO., Now York. seems near at hand when tho victos City, brought back to Washington and the average of the Fayette wheat crop. 10 S. H. Shanks sold to W. II. Traylcr will no longer realize Gen. Jackson'd fa- sentenced to eight years' imprisonment For sale by V. B. McRobert?. 100 barrels of corn at $2 75 in the crib. in the penitentiary. mous claim. iEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOUKNfll A liquor law ot a novel character baa effect in A BIG SALE STORE, pre-vo- nt LOUISVILLE : Lieutenant-Governo- r, two-year-o- ld At Prices Untouched By Others. post-offic- situ-atio- lTJVTVrrNFi g. ") "' 11 ! !& Ken-tuck- THE LOUISVILLE STORE staxtfomd, Ere., Chi-cagoa- n. Yoa Gain) otpom . court-hous- e Pa-c'f- ic Mil-lersbn- rg Summer Suits and Light Weight Clothing. Low-quarter- ed HUGHES & TATE. et 00 PIANOS ancU)RGANS. Governor-to-be-Hardi- n. May-ersvil- le, "HailSick." - one-thir- d He-wa-s P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. e, SUKV3SVIE R CLOTHING - LIGHT AND DARK COLORS. r. Flannel, Worsted, Luster. H. : J. : M'ROBERTS. SHERIFF'S : SALE I'Olt- - DeXordi, John 41 ncres near Crab Orchard, '93 Delaney, Frank 100 acres near Andy Todd, '93 Delnney, Matthew 110 acres near Win. Harness, '92 Dowell, Simeon 390 acre, near Johns Ham, '93 Delaney, Mrs. Kate 50 acres near John Kogcrs, '91 to '94 inclusive... Dyehou.e, George 78 acres near Ottcnheim, '91 ? ... '., Denny, Xancy A. IA acres near W..Caldvell, '92 Denny, B. F. 20 acres near W. G. Padgett, 'j2 7 00 Minks, j Harvey house and lot in Morelaml, Ball "94". ; ' 2 90 3 30 o 20 Peacock, G. Freely house and lot in Hustonville, '90 to 2 70'Kei,,t Jo,m 4 acrM car Mre Brnxdnle( 4 2 20 Kiiell, Henry 53 acred near Win. Kinder, e!J4 5 '94.....' ' 40 55 3 00 2 83r 7 5 ,- 90 65 Trimble, D. L. house and lot in McKinncy, '93 and '94 ( 2'C1 Shannon, Joe A. .,A acres near Mil eugcville, ,... - 25 ST ATE. AND COUNTY Farris Mrs. Jane E. hrs. 20 acres near Crab Orchard, '9! to '04 inc.. Griffin, Andius 100 ncrcs near John Turnbull, 17 90 '94 3 75 Wilcher, (Jum Geo. Wesley 12 acres near Jno. Tombs '91 to '94... Wood, Win. IL, non resident, 100 ncres near Green River, '93 to )4 9 75 3 00 T A 2L E S I -- Ham, Johiicon 150 acres near Charles Griffin, '92 to '94 Haggard, Mrs. M. A. (51 acres near Dave Howard '91 to Hilton, Thomas J. 21 acres near John Rogers, '94 Howard, David 25 acres near Louis Hasty, VI, 92, '94 '94...... Joslin, John hrs. 30 acres near Grove Cook, '94 Ividd, Hiram 10 acres near Eph Manuel, '93 and '94 Liventy, Yarmiel 80 acres near Geo. Turner, '92 .Montgomery, Whit hrs. 240 acres near Crab Orchard, '93 and ON- '94.... Monday, July 8 i 1H93. Playforth, Henry 50 acres near W. B. Harness, '94 Roberts James T. 147 acres near Alfred Davis, '94 Rogers, John, 20 acres near Green Adams, '94 Rowland, Alfred, estate, 300 acre near U. Albright, '8b to '94 8 55 1 70 Alcoru. Geo. Woodlev int. in house and lot in Turnersville Alcorn, Henry interest in house and lot in Turnersville 1 50 Anderson, Isaac 4 acres near Mt. Salem '93 aud '94 4 25 Anderson, Green lot in Hustonville, '94 2 40 Bright, Barney 48 acres on Hanging Fork, '94 5 G5 Bright, John 2 acres near Win. Bright, '93 and '94 Brown, Dau house and lot near Ed llunn, '94 3 65 Burton, Talitha 9 acres uear Win. Bright, '94 82 40 Cloyd, Edith 10 acres near K. L. Tanner, '92 to '94 60 Caldwell, Eph 6 acres near Moreland, '94 7 80 Davis, Ed 14 acres near Moreland, '94 50 Givens, Allen 6 acres near Moreland, '94 42 20 Givens, John 11 acres near McKinney, '94 Gooch, Henry 15 acres knob land, '94 50 Gooch, Davidson 20 acres knob land, '91 to '94 23 85 Gooch, Cam 6 acres knob land, '93 aud '94 4 00 Good, Phillis 12 acres near McKinney, '94 1 Hustonville No. 4 Colored. 30 30 3 50 1 60 1 1 13 75 3 00 1 1 70 25 70 75 2 00 v 1 1 1 1 1 70 85 Between the hours of 9 a. m. utile 4 i M., at the court-hoiiidoor town of Stanford, Lincoln county, Ivy., I will expose to the highc.it for cn.h in hand to pay the State and county uix for owing dc?cril)ed property, or no much thereof as may bo necersary Mid tuxes, with all costo and interest. o 1890-1-2-3-4 Shumake, Mary, 60 acres, near U. Albright, '94 Stephenson, W. T., 187 acres near Crab Orchard, bal. '93 and '94 Turner, Bob, 25 acres near Sarah Grifliu, '93 and '94 bidder the fob Leonard, Wilbum, 11 acres near T. B. White, '91 to '94 to pay Wren, W. II., 60 acres near Crab Orchard, '93 in the 85 4 00 3 10 2 45 1 '. 9 25 2 10 Huffman, Jerry lot near McKinney, Bal. '94 Jones, Kit lot near McKinney, '94 and '94 Reid, Mariah lot near McKinney, '93 to '94 30 70 4 75 This list will Ikj published for four weeks and names will disappear from the above list as soon as paid. Cost of adverting 82. Kcinittancos by mail Ellison, Lucy, 1 acre near Abe Campbell, '93 promptly receipted. Floyd, James, 50 ucres uear Jim Green, '94 Crab Orchard No. 2 Colored. 2 40 Weatherford, Joe (dead) acres near Milledgeville, '93 Welch, James lot in McKinney, '93 and '34 in McKinney, '93 aud '94 2 00 Woods, Craig-lo- t 4 25 2 00 3 50 4 80 JOHN X. MENKFFE, Lincoln County. Guest, Green, 2 ucres near Crab Orchard, '93 and 'M Stanford No. 1 White. 8 20 Jones, L., lot in Crab Orchard, '93 Johnson, Henry, 4 acres, near Dud Holmes, '93 and 94 Brady, Jerome I)., 20 acres land near Rowland, for '93 and '94 Bailey, Georgo W., 4 " " John Dye, for '91, '92, '93, '94 Craft, Mike, town lot near Rowland, for '93 Fisher, John, 20 acres land near M. V. Rartelle, '94 Gann, H. Waynesburg 60 3 80 J. N. MENBFBB, Ex-Sheri- ff Lincoln County. No. 3 White. '.....:..'... 2 75 150 2 70 HIGHLAND. Atkins, C. B., 60 acres near Highland, '94 C, lot at Rowland, bal. for '92, '93 and '94 Hays, Hugh, 5 acres of land near Win. Hays, '92 to '94 Hixan, N. J., hoUMi and lot at Rowland, '89, '90, '93, '9 " " " Hiatt, Ross, '93 and '91 Miuwjy, James, heirs, 91 acres on Green River, '93 and '94 Martin, Thoimn, 31 acres near Halls Gap, '92, '93 and '94 Miller, Ed, 80 acres on Dix River, bal. '91, '92, '93, '94 O'Kief, Mike, lot in Rowland, '91 Peters, Mrs. Hettie, 19 atriw near Dawson's Mill '94 Phillips Henry IX, house and lot near Rowland, '94 Prudom, J. H., 50 acres, Peak farm, '90 to '94, inclusive Kamlx), James, house and lot at Maywood, '91 Robinson, Sim, Iioumj and lot at Rowland, '91, '92, '93, '94 ; Bustin, Joseph, 30 acres near Sam Bastin, '94 ; ? 00 Bustin, Jasper L., 50 acres near Waynesburg, '93 12 20 Bowers, Charles M. 100 acres near Win. Smith, '93 8 acres near Tom Young, '92 to '91 5 35 Baker, Martin IL, .' Bryant, Puscol, 40 acres ou Buck Cteek, '93 8 50 ,. 5 80 Camden, John C, 40 acres near Juiie Prathers, 92 Childers, James, 16 acres near George Padgett, '9.3 and '94 1 50 Clutterbach, James 100 acres near Win. Routen; '194 15 75 Corn, Rev. W. T., lot in Kingsville, '93 aud '94 ? ...... 30 05 Dye, W. D., 70 acres near George Routen, '94. ..'.;: ;. i 00 Faulconer, Laura, 50 acres near Highland, '94 ..... 8 20 . ... 4 75 Gooch, Cicero, Sr., 518 acres uear Eubauks, '94....: Gooch, Milton, 100 acres uear Eubauks, '92 81 10 3 35 Gooch, Mrs. Hen, 100 acres uear Waynesburg, '91 to '93....... b' 00 Griggs, E. A., 80 acres near W. II. Hixau ,'94 70 1 93 3 70 4 25 2 35 1 B K. WEAEEN, -- Dealer In- - 2 90 3 55 3- 80 2 30 3 25 1 Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages Wagons, STANFORD, STT. W, L. WITHERS, Salesman. 00 3 10 2 lo 3 70 3 70 1 Sibold, J. M., house and lot near Stanford, '92, '93, '94 Smith, Monroe, 250 acres on Green River, '90, '91, '92, '93, '94 Sowder, J. H. 40 acres of lund on Dix River Wolford, Dale, house and lot at Rowland , St. Asaph Carriage Co., STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Harris, George W., 50 acres near J. S. Harris, '92-- to '94 55 30 Harris, J. S., 3 acres near George Harris, '41 to 94 1 30 Harris, Win. II., 50 acres near Geo. Harris, 's4 19 GO 65 70 , 7 45 1 Stanford No. 1 Colored. S 12 70 Johnson, I. N. 650 acres near D. A. Baugh, '91 Jackon, Dr. A., 125 acres near S. Skidmore, '93 and '94 MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors. 18 00 8 10 .'.. 2 Abrahams, James, town lot near M. O. Vandeveer, 15 acres, '94 Balliuger, Green, lot in Boneyville, bal. on '91 Ballinger, Mole, lot in Stanford, '94 Baughman, Chile, lot at Halls Gap, '94 Beazlcy, John, 17 acrenof knob land Bright, Polly, town lot in Stanford, '92, '93 and '91 Burdetto, Joe, lot in Rcuetown, '91 ; Cooper, Josh, 2 ncres at Boneyville , Crow, Henry, 8 acres of knob land, '91 to '94, inclusive . Kidd. Bryant, 85 acres near B. Gooch, '94 75 All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairin j 50 done in first class style. Lackman, John, 50 acres near J. C. Gooch, '92 and '94 '. 2 75 o 00 Lee, 3 I 20 Lovelace, Silas A., lot iu Kingsville, '94 ; io Lay, John, 10 acres near John Tombs, '91 to '93 1 60 Lauce", Ed A., 162 acres near Kingsville, bal. '91 Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. aud '94 John S., 35 acres near South Fork, '94 70 8 40 Jl 30 2 00 1 MR. j 7 Gibson, Mariah, lot in Stanford, '93 Greenlee, Charles, lot near Rowland, '94 ; Helm, Bettie: lot near Stanford, '93 2 00 Hays, Win., lot in Logautown, bal. '92, '93, '94 3 1 45 Hale, Minerva, heirs, 2 acres ut Boneyville, '94 5 go Hayden, Tim, lot in Rowland, '93 and '94 4 1 80 Hansford heirs, lot in Maxvillc, '91 2 2 75 Helm, Green, lot in Stauford, '92 to '94, inclusive 10 1 85 Hocker, Anderson, lot in Stanford, '88, '89 and 90, '93 and '94, bal., 9 10 2 50 Hockcr, Joe, lot in Rowland, '94 2 00 Reynolds. Louisa 100 acres near Waynesburg, Bal. '94 Ridner, Mary E. 100 acres near J. W. Acres, '94 70 .Tamed, Henry, lot in Maxville, '94 1 30 Richardson, Silas 117 acres near Highland, '94 3 15 Jones Arch, lot in Maxvillle, bal. '93 and '94 0 65 Coffey, Jane, lot in " 1.......!.'.""! 4 85 Singleton Sara B. 80 acres near A. J. Murphy, '92 aud '94 ;91, '92 and '93 3 75 ' Simms, John D. 50 acres near Green River, '94 2 00 '!)2 to '94 inclusive Lackey, Wiu., " 10 55 Singleton, Win. L. 6 acres near J. T. Curtis, '93 and '9i 3 80 Lackey, Tom, lot in Rowland, '91 o 65 Smith, J. II. 130 acres near Dave White, '94 3 35 1 acre, Walnut Flat, '93 and 94 Leo, Sank, ......' 2 45 ; Smith, C. A. 50 acres near II. Singleton, '92 to '94 8 50 Irf)gan, Mary, 15 acres at Boneyville, '92 to '91, inclusive V2 85 Stockier, Leopold 50 acres netu Gotleib Beck, V4 2 15 Logan Sam, lot near J. T. O'Hair, '94 2 35 Stevens, N. B. 50 acres near F. Falconberry, '94 ; 2 40 McMullin, Logan, lot at Halls'Gap, '94 1 50 Surber, Singleton 18 acres uear Highland. '94 1 70 McMuUin, Wils, lot at Halls Gap, '93 and '94 ...........'.' 4 25 Taylor, J. T. 50 acres near Sam Sinmis, '!'4 2 00 Moran, Doc, lot in Stanford, b.il.1'88, '89,'90,'92 and '93 11 25 Tranter, Mitchel 200 acres near Waynesburg '94 2 75 McAlister, Joe, lot in Stanford 2 20 Trowbridge, Mrs. M. E. 125 acres uaar W. D. McMulIen, '94 3 60 Richardson, Ben, heirs, 19 acreaon Dix River, '94 o 65 Vinson, Johu 260 acres near Alf Rowland, '94 3 10 Rout, Sam, lot in Boneyville, '93and '94 3 59 Warren, Logan 78 acres near Buck Creek, '94 5 2 15 Roe, Bettic, 1 1 acres at Boneyville, '93 and '94 1 50 Wright, James 150 acres near Geo Russell, '94 30 Smith, Mary, lot near J. T. O'Hair, '93nd '94 75 Young, M. G. 3 acres near Highland, '94 1 85 Stewart. Silas, lot in Boneyville, '94 jjm 70 Parkenburg, H.T., nou resident, 125 acres, '94 t.0 Tucker heirs, lot in Dooleyville, '87 to '90, '93 and 94 6 85 Warren, Sid, lot in Boneyville, 4 j 50 Withers, Sandy, 6 acres near T. C. Ball, )4 '93 3 50 1 75 Behoui, Mary and Louis 75 acres near Millcdgeville, Benedict, Wesley's hrs. 115 acres near Milledceville. '93 and '94 7 45 No. 2 Bibb & Walker 93 acres near McKinney, '94 l 00r Adams, Daniel 350 acres, near John Laswell, '92 acres uear J. K. Baughman, '94 6 60 3 5 90 Goode, Geo. A. 48 Adams, John F. 25 acres, near Jacob Lane, '94 1 55 Harmau, John and sister 200 acres near Hustonville, '93 and '94 47 05 Butcher, Geo. 31 acres near Geo. Munday, '94 Huffman, Mrs. M. J. 27 acres near Hustonville, '92 to '94 29 11 2 00 Bell, Jns. M. 10 acres near Preachereville, '94 2 20 Lanham, Minerva Heirs 2 acres near Mt. Salem, '91 to '93 1 55 Bell, Sara J. 15 acres ucar Preachersville, '94 1 10 ; Minor, Henry Clay 14 acres near Milledgeville, '93 3 55 Blaukenship, Shelby 100 acres near S. Wren, '91 3 q Mason Hrs. and Jane Mason land on Green River near Napier Ma Buchanan, W. K. and wife lot in Crab Orchard, '91 to '94, inclusive. 12 85 .... SOU, U 'J until Meades, Mrs. Annie, 125 acres near John F. Walls, '93 and '94........ Maxey, George, 30 acres near James Upthegrovo, bal. '94 f,o McMuIIms, Ureen, 200 acres near J. B. Uoocu, !J4 00 McMullins, G. IL, 100 acres near George Reynolds, bal. '94 Q McMullins T. M., 84 acres near Dau Hester, '94 jo Mc Williams, Mary E., 1 acre near O. K., '94 75 Padgett, Zack, Jr. 29 acres near Geo. Walls, '94 7,y Padgett, 11. II. 6 acres near T. T. Vaught, '94 ..'. 50 Petree, Armp II. 5 acres near J. II. Carer, '92 to '91 20 Privitt, Bautan GO acres near Green River, Bal. '94 40 Privitt, Saml. 30 acres near Arch Ilorton, Bal. '91 aud 's2 35 Privitt, I. S. 1 lot in Kiugsville, '94 jjq 40 E. E. KINLEY. BE 6XPEBIEECED PBIETEB. Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trial. 4 25 45 8 85 1 00 0 2 SO 1 1881 Reliable Process Greatly improved for 1S95 and worthyjof consideration. They have Proven a Success. They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. Guarantee Satisfaction Call and see. 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"ViMBl Iiat-j2v- 5 'mti 7 V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journp July 5, 1895 NO NEED TO STUTTER. THERE IS SWIFT AND EASY CURE, SVITH LASTING RESULTS. A A CHILD OF EARTH. Stanford, Ky., W. P. WALTON. HARPER'S PCRtQOIOALS. A leading Specialist Saya the Sufferer Can Cam Himself The Way Is to Take a Long Ilrrath Ilcfore Each Vowel, Open the Mouth Wide and Speak. Harper's Magarine, One Year " " ........ Harper's Weekly, " " Harper! Barer, Harper's Young People Wvllao oo Stammering mid stattoriiiR nro now ..400 pennnnently cured in New York by n .. 4 00 simplo nictliod. Theo uftlictious differ . 4 00 but slightly. In 0110 cuso thcro is inabilPostage free to all subscribers in the United ity to pronounco certain words ; in tho Canada and Mexico, State, other, certain sounds. Neither, accordHARPER & BROTHERS, Address P.O. Box 959, N.Y. City ing to n New York professor, who is it gradunto of n German college for tho vocal organs, is a disense, but both aro habits that will disappear under proper -- ...4 X. Attorney at Law, Varnoa, Stanford, - - Kentucky. Will act. at Executor, Administrator and Assign Special attention given to Settlements of as Attorney and Sale and Division of afants' Lands. Office on Lancaster St over SupL V. F. McCla-re'- s office. 90 treatment. Tho inability to talk plainly or to except with great effort, when duo to organic troublo or malformation, does not come under tho head of stammering and is not within tho 6copo of tho stuttering siccinlist I come to claim iny heritage, 0 Mother Earth, of thee, Thou mother strong from toll and age) And rich In majesty I 1 claim those faroff cednr boughs, The tresses on thy mountain brows. For ma against the evening sky Thoee somber trees rise dim and high, Yet think not by my hand shall tall A single trunk among them all. I claim this quiet, lonely lake, Bome Titan's only tear, Where crushing down tho fern and brake Stoops low the drinking deer. Yet never shall my noisy oar Push out from its untrodden shore; Here, hidden close In nature's eye, Sonne, nnhauntetl, let It lie. Here may the heron plash and scream, And here the rcdblrd'a plumage gleam. I claim the forest and tho gales That swing their ponderous scythes, Tho sea when flecked with swanlike sails, Or when It foams and writhes. I claim tho heather purpled hills, The silvery tongues of Know fed rills All, nil aro niino. I need but roll Tho curtain from before my soul, Moro richly blest, that all may share Sly sacred rights in earth and air. Curtis May in Youth's Companion. with great respect tho stranger who had come to disturb their peace. "Bo seated and let us talk," said tho now arrival in German, and in a voice ed of command. THE RUSSIAN KNOUT. A HrV W Vm VOijshj "Yon will set out at once," ho said, "and take this sealed messugo to the BRUTAL PUNISHMENT INFLICTED IN THE CZARS DOMAIN. 111 I "Thowholo thing is very simplo," WORTH : said tho professor, "so simple that you will smile when I tell you that tho nolo ..IF YOU ARK GOING mid only cuuso of stuttering mid stamor mering is careless respiration. Peoplo who suffer from tho impediment have -- ....THE...... only to pause, take in a long breath, and then, opening tho month in tho manner laid down in the charts used by elocutionists, pronounco tho word sharply. Have you novcr noticed the remarkable fact that peoplo who aro invcterato stammerers nro often accomplished voLOUISVIllC 4 NASHVIllC R. It. calists? That is becauso in tho act of singing respiration is dono in a proper the line for you, as its Ii way. "A novel fact is that tho troubles of stammerers or stutterers lio entirely Make close connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI with tho vowel sounds. Patients do not Beem to understand thiri. In describing For all points. , their cases they will toll mo that they THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. have difficulty in sounding 'p or'd.' BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH That is where they aro wrong. They quire of For any information JOES. RICE. Agent, sound tho consonant all right, but stagStanford, Ky ger at tho vowel. A patient comes to mo, and I Eay to him, say 'papa. ' Ho oh, professor, will comuiciico ' say is at once apparent that his trou"It blo lies with tho vowel 'a. Then tho treatment commences. Standing before him, I suggest that ho take a long breath through the partially closed month until tho lungs aro well filled, and then, at tho moment of exhalation, following my direction, he opens tho mouth in tho proper manner, as indicated by u chart, and pronounces with mo in a high, mechanical voice, 'paw1 ( "J paw. ' This ia often repeated, the vowels being changed. "From words wo pass on to sentences and so on to iutrodnco in close connection all tho vowel sounds. Tho respiration before each vowel sound is necessary. Tho treatment thereforo consists in forming this habit As tho patient pnpil progresses tho length of this respiration is reduced, tho pronunciation is mado in a I iSkws fc 8 lower pitch and in a fow weeks, rarely over fivo, tho most inveterate stutterer can talk fluently and rapidly with no sign of his former affliction. But eternal vigilance is necessary. "Should the apparently cured patient become careless and forget tho necessity of respiration as taught him, ho may relapse into his former'Btato, and then. his training must bo dono all over agajn. A boy 1G years of ago was once brought to me. His was a stubborn case, but in six weeks I hod him talking all right Time passed on for two years. I frequently Baw tho boy at his father's houso To the and was delighted with the cure. Last summer ho came to my institute. Ho was as bad off as when I first met him. "It seems that his father had sent him on a short business trip to Europe, away from tho restraining influence of tho father, wboso cars wero always alert for any return of his son's affliction, and much disturbed, as ho explained to mo, Atby tho noiso of tho vessel's machinery ho became careless, and having once reBOSTON, MASS., lapsed ho bocamo worso every day, and was roally forced to shorten his stay 4, 1895. abroad and return to New York for treatJULY ment. "Ho was a bright lad, who readily applied himself to my rulos, and in a Magnfficent"Sleeping Car Service, week ho was all right again. As a matter of fact, he need not to havo come Elegant Dining Cars. back to me, but could have applied his old lessons with success. Tickets good going Ju'y sth to 9th, goodjetirrnr "Tho German government has long inij until July 22, with privilege of extension recognized tho importance of rational treatment of vocal impediments, and Fer full information as to time of trains, etc school children afflicted in this manner writ any represenlative Big Four Route. D. B. MARTIN, E. O. McCORMACK, aro put through a regular course by Gen. Pass, and Tkt. Agt. Pass. Traffic Mgr. graduates of tho college at Frankfort, where this specialty is taught in tho government employ. Tho German treatment is that of elementary training in A TALE OF ALSACE. Tho carriage was going at n terrific pace. Tho horses, unusually .excitod by tho whito wino that had been poured over their oats, dashed through tho air which whistled past their oars. Thoir hoofs resounded loudly on the hard frozen road. Tho two carviago lanterns 6houo in tho night liko th3 glowing eyes of soino huge, prohistorio monster. This mad, furious conrso in tho darkness had something btrango about it, something mysterious, sinister, and nil tho moro so, perhaps, that it was taking placo in tho anueo terrible the terriblo year when tho Germans woro in Alsace. Tho carriage, liko a vessel in distress on a raging sea, oscillated from left to right and from right to left When tbo vehicle, which had been flying down tho slopes of Ottrot, raced through tho village, pulsing liko mi express train tho houses witii their littlo low roofs on which tho moon cast a silvery light, tho good women, suddenly frightened, mado tho sign of tho crowt with a trembling of tho knees and n whispered prayer. "Mou Dienl What is goiugto becomo of us?" Tho children crouched, terrified, against the kneo of the older persons. Everywhere there was a sciifo of depression and evil presentiment and a characteristic sign of general terror tho fires in the huge, white etcves wcie allowed to sink low and go out, for no ono thought of keeping them alive, Tho fact was tho Prussians for several weeks past hod been cruelly ravaging the country. Tho flying carriage contained some German officers who were tho bearers of secret orders to S. "Faster, faster," they cried, whipping up tho poor horses, which were already breathing tiro and smoke out of thoir nostrils. Tho wretched driver, terrified, obeyed mechanically. "Tonnerrel" ho growled, "my horsca will dio when they reach their stablo if they do not break their necks going round ono of these steep curves 1" And the strokes of tho whip redoubled, and tho dizzy courso becaino still more reckless. WEST, Double Dolly Trains .s rsri C 4 BIG : 4 : BOUTS, Convention -- The trees seemed to fly past. Nature herself protested against tho wild, headlong career, for at this moment tho moon hid her face behind a cloud, as if she did not wish to bo a witness to tho Boene. And still they flew onward. T. P. S. C. E. 10-1- That afternoon tho enemy had taken possession of tho village of Ottrot, and, orf their custom was, had installed themselves in tho people's houses. Four superior officers wore domiciled with tho mayor. They Bat there in tho middle of his best drawing room, talk- ing loudly in their gutteral jargon and smoking their long pipes of porcelain while they dried their boots at tho hot fire blazing in the grata Their unwilling host, a tall old man, with a whito beard, served thcin with drinks as graciously as ho could. His eye passed sadly from ono to tbo other, his venerable head shaking melauchol-ily- , as if to pay: "It is tho right of the strongest What can ono do against a hundred?" Perhaps his mind wan dwelling on tho past. Perhaps ho was looking forward to rovengo, thinking, it may bo, of tho time when his countrymen, by ono of those spontaneous movements that tho French alone are capable of, would bo victorious and offeriug morcy to these very officers, his guesw. Ho raised his whito head in a gosturo of deflanco, and his eyes shot fire. Ho seemed to havo grown 20 years younger, and this transfiguration was evidence of his tremendous internal agitation. Ho was recalled to tho present by a gentlo knock at tho door, and almost immediately afterward he saw in the porch the tall, powerful framo of Lux, who was the foreman of the mayor's servants and a modern Hercules. He was agile as a deer and strong as an ox and could break a bou between "his fingers as ho would break an eggshell. The neck of a bull rose out of a flan-dshirt, carelessly fastened across tho throat by a cotton necktio. Ho was a man terrible in anger, but in reposo gentlo as a lamb and as docile. "What is tho matter?" "There is this U10 matter: Another officer wants to quarter himself upon us here. Shall I strangle him?" These words coming from such lips made ono shudder. "Non, my old Lux, keep calm. That would do no good and would only bring worso npon us. Let him in. Ho probably wishes to speak with his colleagues. " Lux did as his master told him, much against his inclination. It would havo given him such a hugo amount of pleasure to twist one of thoso German necks with his great sinewy fingers. Tho new arrival burnt into tho draw- -' ing room. Tho. four Prussian officers cries of surprise. Thov rose at once in a body and salut ej nt-jer- I I ' 3- , ' I elocution." The habit of imperfect respiration is OFSTANIORD, KY., generally found in connection with some diseases of childhood like the measles, la now fully'c riaaired.'and ready for business will but a most frequent cause is uncon$200,000. scious imitation. One stuttering child Paid np Capital of 20,000; in a family will sot all tho others to urplus, . struggling with the' vowol sounds. An adult in conversation with a stutterer SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL finds it difficult to speak without stam- Fanners BanMTmstCo !" And ho , at S Prince of X drew out of tho pocket of his long military cloak, whito with snow, a largo, whito envelope and handed it to one of tho officers. "Go, all four of yon, and place yourselves at tho disposition of tho prince. Further orders will bo given to each of you later. You must get. horses and carriage and start at once I Is it understood? Then hasten 1" Theu, turning to tho host, ho said in French : "Please accommodate these gentlemen with a carriage ami two fresh horses. General's orders 1" Lux, who had remained standing at tho door during this scene, anticipated his master's reply. "It is well, monsieur rofficier, you shall bo accommodated as you desire 1" He spoke in a peculiar tone of voice. Only his master, however, noticed it A mad thought had been born in his brain, something superhuman, preposterous. Any ono who could have read it in his mind would havo been shocked, terror stricken. While n farmhand harnessed tho horse to tho carringo Lux put a saddle on Barka, an Arab horse, a faithful animal, which ho loved mid cared for with his own hands. Ho spoke, to it as ho spoko to a friend, mid tho noblo creature seemed to understand. When Lux mounted into tho saddle, ho was trembling with joy. A mysteriouH dialogue seemed to commence between tho man and tho horse, which suddenly, sending tho shirks flying from beneath its four feet, vanished into tho darkness like a phantom. liko somo great mythological creaturo with wings, devoured space. Her fine, nervous legs hardly seemed to touch tho earth, and Lux kept her going at her utmost speed. At length they stopped. Barkn was whito with foam, and Lux covered her with his cloak. He did not feel tho cold, for tho awful thought in his mind kept his whole body worm and tingling. "It is yonder," ho said to himself in a deep voiced growL "It is there that they aro to perish." At this K)int tho road made a sudden turn, and apparently came to an abrupt end. Ah a mutter of fact, however, it did not terminate, but continued in a steep, terrible slope. On tho right was a dark, mysterious wood, and on tho left a deep and dizzy precipice, such as aro often seen by mountain roads. Children wero afraid to pass it by. Tho gulf of death, as it was called, had its legend. Tho old folk said that it was within its gloomy depths tho monsters lived that ravaged tho country ut night "If my calculations aro correct," said Lux in u low voico, "they will bo here in ten minutes." Ho tied Barkn to a tree stem on the border of tho wood, and a strange sialic passed over his lips. An extraordinary scene might then havo been witnessed. Lux knelt down in this solitary, accursed, haunted spot in tho nighttime and turned his face to heaven. It looked like a sinner asking forgiveness for hi sins rather than ono planning an" awful deed for tho satisfaction of his rage and iiute. Not a sound was to bo heard in tho surrounding countr. All seamed dead or asleep, only a murmur of tho wind in the pines. Lux placed his ear to the ground, as tho If liaus do in tho wilderness, and, hearing a faint sound of hoofs iu tho distance striking tho hard road, ho raised his head. His fuco was transfigured. "At last I shall have my vengeance 1" ho hissed. Then ho crouched down on his hands and knees and waited. A few seconds moro and tho carriago with tho four German officers would bo upon him. Ho uttered a terriblo cry of "Vivo la France I" to which Barka replied with a joyful neigh. Tho carriage, which had been approaching at tremendous speed, camo to a sudden stop, as if arrested by an irresistible force, and remained there standing. Lux had not moved an inch. He was not a man, but a stoue walL Ho mado a last and supremo effort and raised himself upon his legs. Then with a terrific heave ho pushed over tho dizzy brink horses, carriage mid men. An awful noiso roso on tho still night air, a sound of crashing, cursing mid horses screaming. Then there was a silence, heavy, complete, tragiol The man roeo and peered over tho edge into tho black gulf of death. Ho saw nothing. Then he sprang into his saddle and disappeared liko a shadow into tho night. From the French. B.-trk- Claim That Its Use In Some Itrspecta Has Iteen Abolished The Use of the Cruel Instrument Described by a Political Kalle Who Has Suffered In Siberia. Ono never knows for certain how much of tho knout is left in modern Russia. Tho telegraph wire still nt times carries tho horrid whiz of it from remote. Siberia, aud only tho other day I saw mention in news from St Petersburg of a now imperial ukaso, "abolishing the nso of tho knout for tho punishment of offcuFcs committed by tho peasantry, which has hitherto been completely at tho morcy of tho local judges in this respect." I was undor tho impression that tho "local judges" had been deprived of tiioir knout for 20 years or more, but tho sender of this message adds that "statistics wero submitted to tho czar, showing that iu ten years a, 000 persons, mostly guilty of thefts of produce, had died after punishment with the knout. ' Grauted tho infliction of tho knout, tho 8,000 deaths aro easily believed. Tho instrument itself, supposing this report to be true, evidently dies harder than its victims. But even iu Russia, where tho rod and its equivalents havo had n moro extended and bloody existence than iu any other European state, tho hummier spirit of tho ago has been felt, mid ono is disposed to regard iw exaggerated tho statements just quoted. Certainly wo had been given to beliovo that tho knout was abolished for all but tho gravest offense as long ago an 1800. But Russia has never leen governed wholly by its written laws, and thcro aro regions of that empire where a ukaso may beslow to reach tho "local judges. " Tho merciful odicl of 180(1, however, stopied short nt tho confines of Siberia, mid it wan with the object of learning to what extent the knout is used in tho Hiberin of today that I sought an interview with n distinguished and very interesting exile, M. Alexander on a visit to England. M. ti Polo by birth, an artist by profession, and iu England to arrange for tho exhibition of a picture which will move tho sympathies of every friend of tho victims of tho czar, was n political exile in Siberia at the ago of 21 and suffered 4 4 years in the mines, during 2)6 of which ho carried, night and day, chains of which marks are permanently graven on his ankles. Twenty years in nil were the dnys of his oxilo, mid ho counts himself happy that ho did not, liko so many of his comrades in oppression, perish under that cruel yoke. ludeed he speaks without bittcrnesK mid says thut oven iu Siberia one may often forget oneself. M. Sochaczowski could say much about tho knout Ho had been mmiy times a witness of its infliction. Tho knout, in fact, was in use iu tho mined during tho wholoof M. Sochacrewski's exile, and the) who were condemned to it suffered in jublic. At tho present day M. Sochaczowski believed that it wan practically abolished in 1803, but tho governor retains a certain discretionary power, which may mean much in Siberia. Would M. describe tho punishment? Ho took a half sheet of note paper and a pen ami mado a rapid sketch. "That is tho knout," ho said. A baud of leather, as is well known, serves tho executioner for n handle, and tho knout itself is a sinplo thong of leather, rough and very hard, tarring toward tho extremity, where it is woighted with n ball of lead. With this tho executioner who is generally a reprieved murderer can inflict as great or aa littlo suffering as he pleases. "Thus," said M. Sochocaowski, "tho prisoners would sometimes give him a ruble to prove his skill, when ho would striko one of them, apparently with full force, across the palm of tho hmid, but tho blow would scarcely bo felt mid would not leave a scratch. 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"You eee," said tho lean man with tho yellow vest, "it was dark when I got home, and the girl met ium in the hull, and I saluted her quito affectionately. Then my wife got mad. " "I reckon," said tho fat man. "I explained that I had mistaken tho girl for her, which was a fact. Then tho girl got mad, and now I am roaming around trying to find another girL" Indianapolis Journal. Mis J J. 3. Williams, ML Vernon; . H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S J. Embry, Stanford; J. B, Owsley, Stanford; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Goocb, Stanford ; A. W. Carpenter, MHledgeville. W. H. Cummins, Preachers! He Shanks, President, H. . Dr. J.'B. Owsley, Cashier, W. M.Brght, Teller. " DiitBcroaa: Mary M. HaakcIL When Two Generals Kissed. Tho two allied commanders in chief, Simpson mid Polissior, wero men of very different character and appearance. Tho ono was u tall, thin Scotchman; tho other a short, stout, thickset Norman. Tho first tirao they mot after tho capture of tho city, Pelissier rushed up to tho English general and embraced him with great fervor, having almost to climb up to reach his cheek. Tho English ttaff wero amused at this demonstration mid said to Simpson, "Why, general, Pelissier kissed youl" And his reply, with a strong national dialect, was, "Well, it was a great occasion, and I could na resist him."- - "Recollections of a Military Life," by General Sir John Adyo. Ilewltchlng. Miss Mary M. Haskell of Minneapolis baa just been appointed census taker for Uasa county, Minn. The population of tho county is widely scattered, and the trip will havo to bo mado on horseback. Much of it is an unbroken wilderness, and there aro many Indians in tho county, some of whom will havo to bo enumerated. The undertaking is aformida-alono, and very few women would be trilling to nttempt it. e "Dear mo," ho petulantly exclnimed, "what a dreadfully muddy crossing, and Micro's a horrid woman watching mo tool Well, I just don't care, We lih to sell privately our House and lot oa What uumbcr of strokes, I asked M. House opposite the lemsic Bochaczowski, were ordinarily inflicted? Maia streetrooms brali.es hall and College.and is la contains 6 pantry Ho replied that it was of no great con- splendid icpalr Large yrd and urdtn.,,A dehome in every particular. sequence, inasmuch as punishment with lightfulfam .which contains 61)4 acres, is situstid The was generally regarded as ti on the Knob Lick Pike and joins K. P. Woods. J. tho knout II, Hotter and Mrs. Lawson. lias coinfoitsble o seuteuco of dentil. A man under dwelling, necesiary outbuilding and is well water100 lashes might dio at tho ed. Particulars and tH'ms apply to of MRU. HUGH KklD.Stsnford. third lash, in which can) tho remaining jilt 07 would to tho corpse. It was possible, if tho executioner did not emNATIONAL BANK ploy his wholo art or strength, for tho victim to cacapo death, but ho would Or STANFORD, KY. then inovitably bo a cripplo for tho rest of hiB life. There woro mon iu tho hospital in his timo whom the knout hud Capital Stock.. maimed forever. Surplus I asked whether tho knout exhausted tho resources of penal discipline in SiAttention of the public is invited to thi fac the only IUnk beria. "By no moans," said M. So- that this Is provisions National Nationalin Stanford Under the of the Bank chaczowski. are secured not only by the capital the stockholders1 up his pen again, and scratch- stock, but by to the stock, so liability lor am He took amount equal depositors ol ed mo a picture of a whip called tho this Institution are secured by athat of 1400,000. fund threo tails of twisted Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bask plet, which has are made sachytarto the United States govsra-casleather, with bits of metal nt tho tips. and its assets are examined at stated tiaas is u littlo less deadly than tho knout, by government agents, thus securing addilitoaa It andT perfect safety to depositors. but an expert flogger can kill his victim This institution, originally established as the fifth stroke. There is a difference Deposit Hank of Stanford la list, then at tho lied as the National Uank ol Stanford In iSoj and in flogging with tho knout aud with tho again as the First National Bank ol in 1S81, has plet Tho knout, liko tho English "cat," Staalordexistence of had practically an uninterrupted 3s better is lnid across tho buck. Tho throe tails now with lacllttiss for years. It Isbusiness supplied transacting prompt of tho plet Bcoro tho back downward, ly and liberally than ever before ia its long an honorable career. Accounts of corporations from tho uapo of tho nock to tho loins, firms and individuals respectfully solis- and every stroko, properly given, carries The Directory of this Bank is composed ol away threo strips of skin and bites woll Heid, into tho flesh. Yes. M. Sochaczowski FortstuxHarris, Lincoln county; S. T. Lincoln; had seen many comrades suffer under J, II. Colliei, Lincoln; To what end?" To tho plet "Protest? J. W. Hayden, Stanford; protest was to bo tied up ouesolf. Tho S. II Baughmanj Lincoln; very flogger ran tho risk of being cut to J. S. Mocker, Stanford;' pieces with knout or plet if ho failed to W. A. Trlbble, SUuilord; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; kill or maim his victim. St Paul's. scn-touc- heart Rcsideuce'Jn Stanford and a SnaalllFarm. FIRST .8200,000 21,300 nt 4du-cian- es, Fashion Changes. With.a contemptuous toss of his head Mrs. Style I wont a hat, hut it must Hie new man raised his garment to the bo in tho latest style. hp of his boots and went his way. Shopman Kindly tako a chair, madHo mudo a very pretty picture in hut am, and wait a few minutes. Tho fashjonfusion. Detroit Tribune. ion is just changing. London Tit-Bit- s. T, P. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner,;McKinner,' , 8. Hocker, President; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon.Ky J no. J. McRobcrts, Cashier; A. A.McKlnney.Asit. Cashier ,r,ftmm Mrs. Townsley, of Perry, oiMI-WeekInterior Journal visiting H. L.sister, Mrs. M. F. ElkinGa , is her . Mb. and Mrs. J. P. Da via left yester J ply fi, 1895 day for Wayno county to visit relatives. 3tanfohd. Kir., MibsSallie Dudderar and nephew, Master Willio Saden, are visiting friends E. C. Walton, Business Manager in Middlesboro. Mrs. William Oakley, of London, speut several days with the family of PERSONAL ly You are in need of spectacles and we can fit you. Danks, tho Optician. Tub Caledonians will present program at the courthouse night, Gth. a big POINTS. Mr. M. D. Miss Susir Lablky is visiting friends in Louisville. A. A. McKinnkv, is asalnting in Craig it Hockcr's. Miss Emily Alkx.vndbu is visltlnn rel lives at Georgetown. Mh. J. H, I'axton was in Somerset on leal busiucea this week. .Mil. J, M. UitoNAunu is learning tho drug buuineea in Penny'. Mibs Klla May Saundehh, of Livings ton, is visiting rolatlven here. Mii. M. J. DumiEtiAii, of Kingsville, Is tho guest of Mr. E. J. Ourd. Mil. J. Waukkn Uockkh is spending a fetr dajB at Linnleita Springs. Mn. Josh Jo.hks npont several days with his old friends in 1'ulaski, Mrs. Maiiy A. Nobl, of Danville, is visiting her son, Her. R. K. Noel. Mibs Florence Jk.sk ins, of Danville, is visiting Mrs. J. W. Hiughman. Mn. Joseph Severance, b'n , wao in Lexington this week on business. Mr. 0. E. Tate went up to Hock Oastlo Springs yesterday to spend several weeks. Mibs Nannie Giuyhkal, of London, is the guest ot Mrs. Dr. W. H. O'Ran non. Mibs Mary Cooper Fkland has return. eJ from a visit to relatives at Hichmond. Willie B. Feland, of Hichmond, is visiting the family of Mr. Arrap Poland. Miss Paths Oentky, of Danville, is tho guest of her brother, Mr. 0. V. Gentry. Khnest Warren left Tuesday for Hock Castio Springs where hu has secured a position. Mns. Helen II. Huffman and Mr. W. D. Hocker, of Hustonville, were here Tuesday. Mrs. G. D. Cooper and Miss Sarah Cur-ti- a attended the picnic al Hustonville yesterday. Mb. F. M. Hi.nklk and bride, of Bour- bou, are visiting tho family of Hev. W. K.Arnold. ol Mn. and Mrs. H. G. are visiting her father, Mr. G. W. Tribble. Mn. G. O.Keller, Jr., of Washing ton, Is spending his vacation with his family here. Miss Alice Moore, ot Crab Orchard, was on Wednesday's train returning from Louisville. Miss Sub Bauoiiman returned Tuesday from a dollgbtfal visit to MUs Ellen Tins ley at Barbourvilln. Mwsks. S. M. Allen, Robert Savage and Dick Collier, of Millersburg, spent eeveral days with their sweethearts hero. Mr. W. M. Duudbiiaii and Mrs. Lewis Dudderar have moved Into Mr. T. M. Pennington's house on East Main street. Misses Jesnie McKinney and Nannie Kennedy are visiting Mrs. H. G. Cook, Mrs. Joo Barker and Mrs. Jerry Smith at Jellico. Misses Mamie ash Scsan MeRoiisiiTa, of Danville, and their friend, Miss Belle Norrls, of Louisville, spent Tuesdoy with Mrs. W. II. Hlggins. Mn. and Mrs S. V. Rowland, of Dan. vllle, passed through Wednesday en route to Richmond to visli their daughter, Mrs. Stephen B. White. Mr. anu Mrs. A. 0. Roiiinbon, of tho Ollhrtrts Crook section, have been with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Paxton and their daughter, Miss Josephine Denny Paxton. Mn A. J. Crawford, wife and sister, Mrs. Gibson, of Somerset, stopped over on their way to Rock Caetle Springs and spent a portion of Tuesday ami Wednesday at tlie St. Asaph Hotel. Thk scholarship in Randolph Macon College at Lynchburg, Va., offered by Prof. J. M. Hubbard to the young lady Btandtng highest in her claeses, Ac, in his school, was awarded to Mhi Adelo Jr, Elmo-e- . John Hale, John Lynn and Sam Embry went over to Winchester to the Notice. We have perfected arrangements by which we are enabled to exchange flour and meal for grain at all times. J. U. Baughman & Co. m 4. i jlncu uu l w ing wnen 130 seize an uppuruumu.y. the most important thing in life is to know when to iorego an advantage. TVTVv,,.4- 4- - j js-ii- 44-- r iiwanwV u Pleabb call at once and par me what you owe. I really need the money to pay my dobts and I hopo you will not ask me to wait longer. II. 0. Rupley. of FOOD FOR THOUGHT. bicycle races ypsterday. Mn. Asiiuy M. Lillard, who graduated this year at tho Virginia Military In stitute, Lexington, Va., is visiting his friend, Mr. Will J. Price, and others in this vicinity. He hold an honorable po sition in the large class of '05. Danville Advocate. JuikieM. O.Saufley and wife, Mrs. G. L. Penny, Judge and Mrs. J. W. Alcorn, Misoes Kato and Pat Alcorn, Col. W. G. Welch and wife, Mrs. Stephen Burch and Miss Essie Burch, J. II. r and wife, W. H. Wearen and wife, Mr. Rowan SatiHcy and Miss Sue Ogilvie and Misses Mary Bruce, Sue Willie Halo, Eva Lnmmers, Ophelia Lackey and Isa bella Bailey and Col. T. P. Hill, R. C. Warren, G. T. Lackey and James M. Sanfioy went to Linnietta 8prings yesterday poNslbly, to dance for the prize that Capt. Richards offered. Yea-go- The Young Ladles Missionary Society the Presbyterian church will give a moonlight fete on Friday evening July 12th. It will likely be held in the College yard. M .So is our line of g"oods, for we endeavor to select good and nicely made goods and offer the public the benefit of our knowledge. Call on us and judge for yourself. Our prices are low, for we bougiit these when opportunity was given us and therefore the advantag-- is yours. The best Clothing ever offered in this section of the country. Look at our $7.50, $10 and $12 Suits. It will pay you. Our Children's Department is full of g'oods at low prices also. s g-oode The Cumberland Valley Land Co., is here, declared a whose dividend of per cent, on the lat. from the sale of timber, making 30 per cent, so far declared. the banks and most of The closed yesterday in hontho stores were or of the 4th and the town was nearly deserted. A rainy Sunday could not have been duller. head-quarte- 15 post-oiilc- e, of Wanted -- A Man. This is the subject a humorous lecture to be delivered at Hustonville Baptist church next WedRe-v- . Ptr-rym- an, CITY AND VICINITY. Choice wedding presents. Jeweler. Danks, the fc G. W. nesday night. 10th, by of Newport. Admission 25c. Thy the rash plau with Severunce Son this six months. China dinner sets cheaper than where else at Danks'. any- Wx have some accounts on our hooka for which we have waited long and patiently ond now we say to those who owe tb"in that they must be paid. A hint to aiho people is sullklent. Hughes A Tat-- . f " Hoi-kins- , Hop-klnsvll- le, Oilh, paints, varnishes, etc., at Craig k Had the weather been made to order Hockcr's, the Now Cash Drug Store. for the 1th, It could not haye been Tho sun's rays were partly obWiiiTKduck vests and pants and neckscured by clouds and a gentlo breeze wear in great variety at W. II. Shanks.' fanned people into forgetfuiness of the Your account is ready and I must have recent torridity. money. Please call and settle. W. B. Tins Is a great country in ita varietiea McRoberts. of weather, aa in every other respect. i our account is due and ready for While the Stanford peoplo were swelter- you. PJease call aud settle without de ...!,.. . inn i... t?.i.i- lay. M. S. A J. W. Baughman. pressure the writer was In Northern Wif . . snow storm of a half Jon lot of lamps, China cups and sauc conein, where a duration raged and wraps and ers, pocket books and ladies' purses at hour's demand. cost at Craig A Hocker'a New Cash Drug furs were in Store. I am now out of the coal business, I shall attempt to collect every ac bavinir rented and sold my house and &, count on my books after July 1st. In- teams to Messrs. It. It. Noel Son, and I desire to thank my customers for the terest will be added to all accounts due liberal patronage they have given me. Jan. 1, 1805. II. J. McRobert. 1 also wish to commend to the people of Dr. 0. Fowleh, president of the Knob Stanford and vicinity my successors, who Lick Turnpike, paid into the county aro Christian gentlemen and who will treasury Tuesday $900, dividend on the handle the very best coal at the lowest shares held by the county. possible price. pleas-anter. m m m THE GLOBE Strictly One Priee Clothing Housa J. L. Prohman & Co., Danville, Ky. A good second-hanengine for Bale cheap. d ..: portable B. K. Wearen. Tiierr waa hardly ever such a crowd in that end of the county as gathered at the Masonic picnic at Hustonville and everything passed off moBt pleasantly jes-terd- ay MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Dal- Is Receiving His E. 0. Sanders killed his wifo at las, Tex. -- 70-od- d m cist, we are prepared to fill prescriptions day or night. Accuracy guaranteed. Craig A Hocker. Having secured the services of Mr. The concert by the band, assisted by Lewis 11. Bellebaum, an expert pharma- the Junction City band, in the court, Bio Turnip. -- Charlie Wright, son ot Mr. J. A. Wright, tho carpenter, brought us in a turnip of his own raising the other day that weighed eight pounds and measured 30 iuches in circumference. 12-ye- ar house yard Wednesday evening waa very enjoyable indeed and some sweet music was dispensed. After a dozen or more selections were creditably rendered, the members of oth bands repaired to E. J. Foley's restaurant, where a splendid lunch was spread in honor of the visiting gentlemen. Looan Roiiinbon, the old son of Mr. W. P. Robinson, has been very ill for several weeks from a peculiar cause. Several months ago he swallowed somo wheat and it has, his doctor says, sprouted in him. Tho chances are against hia recovery. scoundrel cut a long gash in Constable Benedict's mare's shoulder while she was hitched at Halls Gap church the other night. A person mean enouuli to do such a thing descry f a severe punirihment and lie will get it if it is found who tho guilty party ia. Some Bneaking The editor of this paper gratefully ac knowledges highly appreciated courtesies from W. 0. RinearBon, general pas Benger agent, W. J. Murphy, eupenn tendent, and Ed Sherman, train master of the Cincinnati Southern; D. B. Martin, peneral passenger agent of the Big Fcur; Fr.nk J. Reed, general passenger agent of the Monon; James 0. Pond and S. 11. Kneaps, of tho Wisconsin Central, aud President M. H. Smith, of the L. it N. Better equipped trains, smoother road beds and finer managed corporations do not exist. Of the thousands of miles that wo traroled over them we do not remember a jar or a trnin oil time materially. Tlie Wisconsin Central traverses a most Interesting country and ita solidly vestibuled trains glide over it most delightfully. They had been married only 10 days, aud ho became jealoua. A wedding at Albany, Ga , was postponed a week in order for one of the bridesmaids to complete her drer-a-. At Rome, 111., a rejected lover blew up a house containing five women, three of whom were probably fatally injured. Oliver Messer, aged 10, and Miss Mollie Chambers, just 15, were married at the bride's home near Preachersville Wedneaday. Dr. Leroy Smith and Misa Louise Smedley, who graduated last session, eloped to Cincinnati from Millersburg end were married after an acquaintance ot only six days. Miss BeBf-iHarris confessed in court in Live Oak county, Texas, that having become jealous of her lover, Albert Blackmail, through the machinations of her parents, who opposed him, she asked him, at her father's suggestion, to iive her a test of his love by allowing her to bang him, promising to cut him down in time to saye his life. He consented and the hanging followed, but the promise to save his life was not kept and Blackman became a demmed moist corpse. e SPRING : AND : SUMMER : GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. PRESENTS .AT. DANKS, THE JEWELER Wagon Material, Rims, Spokes, Tires, Bolts, Horse Shoes, Rasps, Nails, Hammers, &c, &c, The Somerset Banking Co , R. G. Hail, cashier, declared a four per cent, dividend July 1st and besides paying oxpen sea carried fl.bo'J 22 to undivided prof .VEW ADVERTISEMENTS. us. binco us organization seven years ago this bank has paid to ita stockhold Broke Jaiu About 8 o'clock Weders in casu dividends 3;iuuj, or 1U per nesday evening Mies Sallie DeBord saw Sftulley. Gen. P. W. Hardin was hero jester-da- cent of tho amount invested. A good n man walking on top of tho 15foot wall ucceifors to J H. Hiksio. Dealers ia on bis way to tho IliiHtonville pic deal of tho stock is held in this county. around tho jail and hastened to tell her Jailor Geo.W. DeBord- When she father, nic, where ho made a Firm Change. Rev. R. R. Nool and found him the man had disappeared and speech in his happiest vein. There Is not a more cautivatine speaker in tho son, Marshall, havo rented Mr. J. B. Mr. DeBord then went into the jail to Kv. Higgins' coal house and purchased hia seo what it meant. It did not take him country than tho next governor. We will continue the coal business at Mr Hie Oot.. Sam M. Burdktt. who begau his good will and a portion of his teams and long to discover what had happened, ior Kins' old stand and will hae on hand at all times successful newspaper career as Mt. Ver will continue the bii9inesj at the old with tho exception of Win. Poindoxter, the very best coal whicn wo will deliver promptly. We will tvll strictly for cash to nou correspondent of tho Interior Jour stand. The junior member of the firm colored, tho jail was empty. Tho pris the interest oi the people ol and will maketo itpay this section 37 who is now political reporter will attend to the business to a great ex- oners had not been locked in their cells Cash. nal, and for tho new Chicago Chronicle, has been tent and Mr. Noel will continue hia for the night aud Zeko Eads, for inali I can l will take all the appointed civil Bervico commibsioner for evangelistic work, in which ho has been clous shooting, Goly Gaddis, rape, and TJirvr'Q for cash or to trade hides leather get on lor OIL HO. Boll, colored, for carrying con court days at Slanlord or at my home in Henry very auccessful. Cook county, 111. Chas. Ennslin, Tautier. coaled weaponB, had auccoeded in break Misa Lauiia Rked MacAnally was Mr. U. v. iouKLL a casn drawer was ing one of tho iron bare in an upstairs ftxnr.lMil a dinlomii at tho Grand Con UOLDAM, tapped Monday night about dark to tho window and had crawled through and servatory of Music of the City of New tune of $20. He waa in the store at tho climbed tho high wall that surrounds tho Is a candidate for Superintendent of Schools ot Vork. a few davs ago. wa learn from an DeLincoln timo and was waiting on a customer jail. Several parties were made up and mocracy. county, subject to the actlou of the November election, 1895. invitation to tho exercises that she fu Several colored boys were alao in the search was begun, but nothing was seen vorod us with. In tho examination ro W. S. BURCH, evening aho waa store and Mr. Powell thinks they slip- of them that night. Wm. Poindoxter, citals given for. three ped under the counter to tlie cash draw-o- r tho only remaining prisoner, tells two of Public planiat. Is a candidate ior Superintendent and made tho raid whilo ho was in an tnlpH about tho matter. One is that ho Schools of Lincoln county; subject to the action Mb. and Mita. E. P. Owsley and Mat-ti- e of the Democratic party. portion of tho house. The money waa asleep and tho other is that he iial- Days, of ColumbuB, G., aro on a via other looeil loud and loug for tho jailer. He .Misa Pearl waa all in silver. it to Mrs. M. 0. Burnaide. had an excellent opportunity to escape, Elwith them for FouSAFKKBEPiNa.-Sherif- fF. P. Burnside, who has been returned looking pret- liott, of London, brought Lowia Rector, if ho waa awake and why he did not will several montliB, A largo piece of wood-o- n -:- tier than ever. Mr. OwBley'abank, Tho the nbted horao thief, hero yesterday for never be known. Hcantllng about four feet long ami a It will be remembered National, is doing a thriving business Ith Ky. that a mob took Rector from jail at Lou cold chisel were picked up in tho jail and making money band over flat. yard, but no saw or anything of the kind W. P. Walton, editor of the Interior don tho night ho was arrested and threat3 could be found. Tlie iron bar in the Journal at Stunford, and who has more ened to hang him if ho did not divulge window ahowod that It had been sawed 895 friends probably thun any other man on the names of hid confederates, which he on ba.ore. Eida Is a low, heavy set man; Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate Departtho Kentucky Stato preaa, accompanied did with very little persuasion, making la about 35 yoara old; dark hair and eyes ments, Scientific, Classical and Special Courses ot Study. by hia wife, ib in tho city en rotito to hia Borne startling revelations. Mr. Elliott and haa one finger off. Gaddis ia .Schools of Music, Art, French and Elocution. lin.ni. at Stanford. Mr. and Mra. Walton tells uh that tho prisoners in the London Ilest teachers employed, each a specialist in her Ib also nbout 35 years eil'ort to escapo by breaking Department. were married but two neeka ago, and jail made an dark. Bell la about 25, on Hoarding pupils under the direct supervision of old and very they havo been ou a bridal trip to Mani- an iron bar in one of tho cagea Wednes- weighs about 150 poundB and ia a mu- teachers. For further information, address toba ami tho far North wcat. Louisvilio day night, but that the jailer appeared In WILLIAM S II ELTON, President. 34 latto. time to prevent a delivery. , Times, July 2. Georgia melon growers aro turning Ten gallons of melon juice makes one of syrup, which is of excellent quality, and commands a arood prico. their surplus melona into syrup. AT MH33BTLT01D3 FBIOEJSo First Week in June. W. H. WEAREN & CO. R. R. Noel & Son, non-politic- al - All Kinds of Coal, Stanford, Will have open and ready for inspection this (Friday) evening the- lasgest stock of Summer Oltea-tiel- m m JAMES F. Ever in Stanford. The following is a part of the many good things. STAFFORD French Percales, Jaconet Duch.es, Cordele Organdies, Female aafo-keepin- Stanford, FallScssloii Opens Sept. Scotch Lawns, Darro Dimities, Ginghams, &c. Come early. ,.. tal-an- d raw-bone- d; SEVERANCE & SON. I 1. J$ "Jt PEW not so paid 1ST. MUli r- LA BELLE DAME SA..J MERCI. " AS THE A Glniilc iVrfh-innu- ROMANS SAW IT. rn Published Every Tuoaday and Friday AT My lovo 1 young, my lovo is fnlr, Sweet, truo and nmlnblo is sho, With turkls oyes nnil topaz hnlr Alas, my lovo is o to mot no crusades nor cranks confound, Nor Ibvnltl:li problems vox; She has no thoorlot to propound I'ro never hoard lior mention sox. Sho doosn't smllo on rl.quo mots; Ilur tusto In dross is tiulto divine; She's hult tin nngol, goodness knows, Dut, uh, she nurur can bo mine. I knew sho painted tambourines And pickle Jurs and copior bolls, With flowers and storks and river scenes And moonlight views on scollop bhulls. She's twlnicd photo frames galore Wood, velvet, ivorlno and bnni; She paints tho panels of the door; Sho has not ppared tho looking class. Tho plnh framed plaques upon hor wall, Her limp nrt nivwhiis everywhere, The floral drain mt lit her lull They Know th- HUH--. I've had to bear. And now tho KdUJoor t pnvsed, Tho grunt nb. U, evil us set, Tho final blow hits tall '11 at last I'vo said goodby to A in o rot. Goodby to bliss that might havo boon, Goodby to happy hopes that woro n Verols-Murtlscreen She's And .Hplimlled an empire chair. -- Pall Mall Gazette $2 PICK. YKAR IW-Wh- IN" ADVANOK will be chargcd.-- Ilcr S2.60 PRIZE BRITISH HACKNEY. Took Premium lit the Old Country, Thru Cnuio to Atuerlra. arriving at 4:30 p m. and 0:05 P m. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains leaie Stanford at 7 15 a rn. and j p. m. L.&'N. LOCAL TIME CARD. " No. M, Train going North " Ko, 6. " South No. ,(5, No.-- - - " " i 37 p m . 3 "3 a in ti 04 p m 1 1 j pin Tho annual British hacknoyphow, hold this year tit Islington, was tho eleventh annual one. Thore wero 131 entries. This number has beforo been equaled, but never excelled. Tho interest iu thn show, tho enthusiasm displayed, indi- - QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pats Junction Luj as follows: 11 48 a m No a North No. 1 South ...3 3? p m " " 3 S 5 anil 6 and 9 an 1 10 run Note. ther than Junction City, nor on Sandty, 9 " " ......ij.tsam ' U3Jara " 840pm 4 " Nos. "to " 6 " ...1.35 110 ...600am fur pm ...3.151m mm &mzti HER WEDDING PRESENT. Youiig ilr. Smitliers, hnviug catcu nu SR& XWV excolleiit diunur, sat down to smoko a tv. uji yowl cigar while his wifo rati up stairs to inako hor toilet for tho theater. So peaceful was his stato of mind that ho did not eveu look accusingly at his watch when, after the promised "luiuuto" had doveloped into GO, sho entered tho room. "Seems to mo that you aro looking Absolutely Puro.i very uico tonight, my dear," ho reA cream of tarter baking pow marked. so glad you think so, darling. am der. Highest of all in leavening Of"I course I caro more for your admiraLatest United States tion than that of any ouo else. Besides strength. tho Skinners sit right behind us this Government rood Report. evening, and this dress will give her a ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., bad headacho beforo tho second act is IOG "Wall Street, Now York over." Mr. Smithors looked anxious. "So that is now, is it? Wasn't tho old ouo good enough?" t Tbe following farmers have potted their lands quito, dear. Besides earned and hunters aud trapper will nlpe take notice. tho money for this ono myself. " JOHN TURN HUM,. "But how did yon cam" "Oh, after you left I fell to thinking LankanA. G. din B, Cattleman. what a lot of money 25 was to spoiid on a wedding present for Mario when I leally needed so many things. TI1011 an idea struck mo. I remembered all thoso pretty things I found in your big trunk after wo wero married tho onos that horrid girl, whoever sho whf. sent back okou. I when tho engagement was LIVERPOOL,. elf, but wouldn't havo 0110 of them it seemed n pity for them to no there, &OASTLEMAK so I went up stairs and looked them all over. I selected that lovely silver backMANAGERS, ed mirror and cleaned it up until it lookOonimerco Building, Louisville ed just liko now, and then I" "Sold it to buy tho dress? I seo !" Agents throughout the South. "Nothing of tho kind. I bought the dress with tho mouoy you gavo me. Tho W. A. TEIBBLE, Lcoal Afford, mirror I sent to Mario with our best STANFORD, KY. wishes. Won't sho bo surprised, nud why, Freddie, aro you ill?" "JSot at all, my dearl You aro quito right. Mario will no doubt bo much surprised, for, you seo, sho hersolf was Only Duect Ulc Between tho girl who returned thoso presents; that is alll" Baltimore Herald. ism POWDER POSTED. ro IIHI vr- - Was No Doubt as Much Surprised as Trcddlo Was. counnnt. cates that tho hackney is having oven a greater boom in England than in America. Verily thoso aro tho palmy days of tho hackney. Ouo of tho mot famous prizo winners formerly exhibited at these English hackney shows was Courier. Courier was tho property of Mr. M. P., at tho timo this picture was taken, though ho afterward was sold and brought to America to beo come a noted sire. Courier is very and spirited, but somo of our young American hackneys aro just as good. hand-soin- "K-uo- T. - ROYAL OF ssuranco Company BARBBE Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort Shorten. and quickest between Prankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carlisle, Maysvillo, oyntniana, Ajlclor tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. Time Tabid June a, 1895. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. p. tn. p. m. a. m. ILve. Frankfort A 700 4" " Elkhorn 4 711 3 "" Stamping orouud 7 j3 430 Georgetown!!... 7 47 4 47 h a '5 4 59 7 55 Arr. C. S. Depot 3"' TWO ENTERTAINMENTS. j .Falmouth and Covington. One Performance on Mm Stage, tho Other In the Audience. ."" 4 Paris C 8 30 1. j 35 00 style: "Can you read tho programme, moth6 40 er?" 635 5 55 3 7 703 "Why, yes; but it must bo wrong. 733 8 it Hero's 7 JS Arr Frankfort A... it 30 Annie's name down, and it bays she's a servant. I thought you said sho was an actress." SUNDAY TRAINS. "Only a servant in tho play, mother." Leave Georgetown to 36 a. m; arrive Frankfort 11301. m. "But that seems a kind of mean thing m. ariivo Georgetown Iave Frankfort 4 00 p. to play. Sho doesn't havo to do thut, 4 50 p. m. The Kentucky Midland Kalwayand connec- goodness knows!" tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all "Sho has to play whatever they givo pafats South, Eait, tforth and West. Lvo Paris TRAINS WEST. No. C . a ui. No. 4. ;No. 10. a. ui. p. m. No 8. p. m. enjoyed tho stago entertainment I was not unmindful of tho ouo that was in progress directly behind mo. It was furnished by an old lady and two young ones when I say "young ones" I don't mean children and its beginning antedated tho overture iu this by some amateur actors and actresses Tery good they wero, too and while I attended a recent performance given I 94! " C.S. Depot U . 10 17 " Georgetown 1043 " Stamp'g Gro'd n S " Klkhorn n 16 64 00 440 I For further information spply to their agents. C D. KEHCAW. Gen Pass Anent. GEO. B IIARPElt, Kec'r&Gen.Supt Frankfort, Ky. her to play. She's a bogiuuer, you know." "Well, I wouldn't begin that way." "Yes, my lady," and "No, your lordship," aud "I will toll her ladyship that you are here," and n fow moro stunners of that sort very well, I Sho said, "Annie" appeared presently. HORFOLK AND Prepare For Next Winter's Ijunb. Hothouso lambs aro now on tho market, and they havo been helling at good prices this season. Tho question of making profit on these lambs is not a doubtful ono if tho business is conducted properly. Liko raising early broilers for market, tho work iu raising hothouso lambs differs somewhat from tho ordi nary lamb raising, inasmuch as artill-cia- l conditions must bo supplied by tho owner and carefully attended to. Early in tho spring or summer tho owes for raising hothouso lambs havo to lo selected for tho next season's work, and those engaged in tho business aro on tho lookout early for tho right animals. If tho work of selecting tho mothers is postponed too long, tho error cannut bo rectified. Early iu tho year ouo has a choico of tho flocks and etui secure almost what ho needs. Tho owes for rearing hothouso lambs should bo motherly in their instincts and should bo good milkers, so that tho lambs may never suffer from lack of proper nourishment. Tho minimis to do this must bo capable of feeding and as similating food well, and ono with large abdominal capacity will usually indicate theso qualities. Tho ewes should bo separated from suckling lambs by tho 1st of Juno and should bo kept iu good growing condition. Tho early spring lamb must bo weaned early, and si lib eral grain diet may bo necessary. Very frequently tho right kind of ewes for hothouso lambs havo lambs with them at tho timo they aro selected for this important work. They must bo kept so that thoy will drop their young lambs by December or January, and if tho spring lambs are Ruckling them all through tho summer tho mothers will bo iu no condition for their winter work. Tho ram should bo turned with tho ewes thus selected ubont tho 1st of August, and tiny neglect to do this may mako quito a difference in tho prices obtained. A difference of a fow week in tho selling timo frequently makes a difference of $1 to $ 8 in tho prices. Tho Merino owes mako about as flno mothers for hothouso lambs its any that a dealer can secure, aud if they possess tho qualities mentioned abovo one has a good show of success. It is also quito essential that tho proper food for tho winter feeding of theme ewes should bo raised, aud the preparation for this must begin this spring. Thoy rcquiro roots and succulent food in tho winter. Turnips aro gocd feed for them andean bo given regularly through tho lambing period Beets are also u flno succulent food for them in tho winter, to bo given along with other foods. It is good economy to raise both of these roots for tho ewes if nuy attempt mnivlo to raiso winter lambs. Silago :t a donnt-fu- l feed for lambing owos t.ud oven for tho mothers while tho young aro suckling. E. P. Smith in American Cultivator. imr-ticular Of Hcenery, iu tho ordinary scno of Persons deiirlrg a placa of this kind will find it the weid, there was none at all. Whut to their advanlate to call on or address, wo saw was tho real thing. In tho openMRS. MARY E. SLAUGHTER, ing scene of "Oidipus," the king, comCrab Orchard, Ky. 4 ing forward through tho royal portal and aoroaa the raised pLitform in tho roar of tho utage, did literally "enttr 13ASTIN HOUSE, from tho palace" and did 'docend the Crab Orchard, Ky. palaco steps" to tho "public place" where Croon and tho priests awaited Meet all Traim,nlght and day Patrons taken to any pari of town Free of Charge. him. It was a direct unersil of tho ordinary effect in tho ordinary theater, Good Livery Attached. Fare el Hotel Joo per A. II. 1IASI1N, I'rep. whoio tho play loses in realism becaiwo tlav. a current of noeoisnrily npp: ccinted but I purposely rejected antagonistic fact tho conventional illusion aud coniiiols us to perceive that tho palaco in Having to is but painted canvas, and even on the Stanlnrd, decidedhavemore to my in a denrable Ky., largest stago only four or fivo times as the Dullness portion ol Rowland which I will sell or rent at a reasonable price. For Inlorrcation aphigh as tho prince. Tho palace at T. C. HALL. ply to. towering up as though it would touch the very heavons and obviously of veritable stone, was a niont peremptory leality AT LANCASTER, KY Tho fortuitous ncoestHry of tho trees growing olooe Ivenido the stage iiddid to Store Room 80 feet deep, plate cists front, the tho outdoor effect still another very lu. MA.Ion ihalultiA Mil natu Sll ltBliflvJ fllf. !, iniLli lUWUtlU !. tlf Mil UU" mi lushed for dry goods, clothing or diug stote Cenvivid touch of realism, and this was iiitiuug mc irany locaieu on inc t'uuiic heightened by tho swaying of tho branchcash stotM of the town Terms and ptlce lliht. Addicsc It. II. ItAldON, Lancaster es, and by tho gracious motion of the draperies, under tho fitful pressure of tho strong gusts of wind. Indeed tho ladies, mistral took a very tolling part in tho Nashvillei Tenn., College for performance. Players less perfect in their art would have freon disconcerted by it, but those of tho Coinedio Krancaise woro quick to perceive and to utilize its Rev.'.Gco. W. F. Price, D. D., Prcs., artistic possibilities. In the very midst Mrs. S. 0. Trueheart, Formerof tho solemn denunciation of lEdipus ly of Stanford, Ky., Lady Prinby Tiresias, tho long whito board of tho blind prophet suddenly wsus blown upcipal. ward so that his face was hidden and his utterance choked by it, and tho moThree Ilulldings room for x Warden Faculty mentary pause, whilo ho raised his hand of 40 Oflicers. Teachers and l.eUmrri i'ationsge slowly, and calmly freed his face from from entire south Pnsilegei ui Vamleibllt Mui. Conservatory ArtMudlo. begins Term this chauco covering, made a dramatic Fine Passenger Hevatois break in his discourse, and added to it a spt,s, 195. bend for Catalogue naturalness which vividly intensified its solemn inqxirt. Iu liko maimer the final entry of (Ed Vim. coming from tho palLaw. Attornoy ace after blinding hiiuiolf, wtvs made thrillingly real. Fur a moinunt, as he - came utKin tho stage, tho hnrrtir which his ho had wrought uhju hinwlf Office 01 Lancaster Stiect, pptite the Court ghostly cyctuokete, his blood stained iMpccUl ktientlnn It face wits visible, hhiI then a gust of Home Collections iccpie wind lifted his man tie mid flung it aliout his head so that all ws concealed, nnd A. S. an exquisite pity for him vw nrtti'd Surgeon 1. y i?cisasr whilo lie struggled jMtiiifully t rid himby the imixi-ticself of the lncumbraiH-Dentist, of this iietty nnnoynnoe upon his mortnl agony of body mid of rvnl. Stmt "Tho Coinedio FrnncniM at Orange,' Oflite over McRoberts' ftv g Store in the Hwslcy lluildnig by Thomas A. Janvier, in Century. r lit lit Ilia Old OriuiKr. Then-t- i Croon Briar Springs FOR SALE. DB.e W. Be FEXWJT. Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. Office on Main Street, THE Opposite the K, M. I'ost-Olfi- W. S. n".h, Atty at Law. Deputy Sherltl Newlatil. Burob. & XTowland, Conoral Collectors, Stanford, Lincoln Co., ll-- m 1TOTIOS 1 Kentucky We offer our icrvlcts loth public to do a gen rral Collecting llinlne Account!, notes, etc collected in all parta ol tho county. 11 6m storo-houister-he- e Or-nng- Bohcrn Your Cattle. I will go to any place where there ate six or more cattle to ehoiii. 1 do the work with the l.ightnlrg Dehoruer Can dehorn any cow to three seconds. 1 he knife makes a clean, smooth?? cut, dots net crush nor break the hern, aa the clipper does, lilt the only humane way horn Docs not punish the animal like the saw, and the wound gets well as quick again as that made by the saw. For further Icfsrmstlen, call on O. A. 1'EY ION, Stanford, Ky. Sec the Llghln'ng Pruning Hook. 101. FOE I I lEZEHSTT, . tod, V I our, - fag I am now ready to deliver Ice .romthe Stanford Water, Light and ice Comtaay's Factory ICE I At .to Cents Per Hundred Pounds And over and.Vje a pound for 10 pounds and un to 100. Bills due istef each month K. 1IREMF.R, Stanford TO THE LADIES My M I Uai-veisi- ly Gm-naiiu- llln.rv S:o it fn' u I cmaltle . Call andeaamiusandyou will Insure to buy a new Spring Hat MISS LI CCIK IIEAZLKY, Sunferd, Ky si-j- Stanford, at Kentucky. THE LADIES CORDIALLY Tocall.ndesamin. 1 cash : INVITED well-electe- d PRICK, c n ford, Ky. Vf JV) ,j my Spring Mrfliaery, an, opening up I pride my, elf that It Iswhich x- -u that It 11 bound to pleat. Having bought and b,Kt determined to sell Ut cash I tan ell at the lowest pilWe prices. As cxaMiaation will cosviare )mi. 6 MIIS A A. McKIN.VEY. w a jr.Nkt J. T I UK, UutL. life, anil that was when I took somo of tho medicine Josiah had left over, so'a how It shouldn't bo wasted." Ills Worst IVurs Itrulliril. "Are you having any moro trouble with your corns, Emily?" meekly Inquired Mr. "No, they haven't hurt me any for the last day or bo," replied his good Winter-bottom. This Wotnnn VTaa Thr'fry. : STJTTOIT, : preprielon Deans Pisck Diaanad Roo Current News reports the significant ami Kstimairs furnnned for paiailng Wood. naylng of an old lady who whs locally UNDERTAKER, Metal and lion Itwfi SiufAtl,oB (.usrante-- d .llroofi paintist with Dean's Black Diamond famous for her good health and exceed guaranteed for years ing thrift. An acquaintance was con- HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. PaintPumps and (.alvanuisl Ocaltri In bet: cti. ern Iron r liters. 6yin gratulating her upon her freedom from Oilers his scrvicts o lb jpeopl ol Weit Linbodily ailments when she replied: "Wo coln and Catcy Counties. Full slock of Coffins on hand. bo pretty well for old folks, Josiah and and Caikrts always Manager. I) s. Carpenter. Josiah hnsn't had an allin' timo inc. Woven for fifty years, Vept last winter. And I ain't never suffered but one day in 1113' 1 Q J. T. TOETES BROS,, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sol G. B. COOPER, ,1'roprictiirsof.. Wire and Picket Fence, Livery and Feed Stable, STANFORD, KY. Having bought of V W Green his Livery business and added new buggies and bursts, we arc prepared to furoiih FIRST-CLAS- Made of Seasoned Oak Pickets, Manufactured and for sal by Dealer In wife! m S TURNOUTS With a patient sigh Mr. Winterbot-to- On short notice. The traveling public wilt fljdn to turnuh and put his best razor back in its caso us alwavs readyeither wlllln; or double, or Drum-meCarriW'agons, single and tried another. It was as ho hnd ages of aikinds al ttj LOW PRICKS. The peosuspected. Chicago Tribune. Appropriate. I sent to thorn a wedding gift. It was a slhcr spoon. To represent what thoy will do Throughout tho honeymoon. Town Topics. A boys in and around town will also find us the ple to deal with. Stop with us writn In town at courts and entertainments and youi boric aud vehicle will be well cared for G. II. COOPKR S; Mfrrs House Stable, Stanford, Ky. Lumdcr, Lath and Shingles, Sash, Doors and Ulinds, Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Finishing Lumber, etc Prices Uwcr than the same quality of material can be bought atcliewhcic. Otfice aud Yard. Depot Street. ManUrd, I'NI.L'CUY I SPRING AND SUMMER. Ky. .MAN. 11 ''7 W""i ' ' Something to Beautifytho Ladies. Dally opemmng New Hats, ftawersand laccsl We ei the assurance! t the trade that they wil the same esclutivi.neis find in our In style of patterns, hats and Oonuets and all the Millinery for vhn.h we aic leailng noelt!ain known throughout the country. I have secured a trimmer for theirs son. Thanking you tor past favors, we rupee! fully solicit your patronace heretofore 10 hi crally M I) UUHDhRAK' bestowed. KATt Dt'DORRAR. Manager. hrsl-ciais I Sell for Cash Only. IJrs-- ni The Myers House, P W GREEN. Proprietor Stanford, : : : n Kontucky. I li. still running this Hotel and will continue to give my guesti the politest atteo "fc.nsllat tho beit the maiket aUurdt. TO THE CITISB1TS iZl i Special Attention' to tho Traveling Public. ijuA Of Lincoln County. The Jiew, THE Mill, F. RILEY B. HOUSE Kontucky. coavnie. d SEVEN HANDED EUUHRE. Definite Points Given That Will Knublo Ono to l'luy the Game. gTi s Lancaster Planing 11 RILEY. Proprietor, Lancaster, Ky., Coroner It Is a very unhappy occurrence that you should run over this old lady and kill her. Trolley Motorman Very. This makes my thirteenth, and I feel that, that number will bring mo bad luck. Judy. .tlmllt-aItem. Jones The women are coining to tho front with a rush. Why, there nro even women doctors now, every where. Smith I don't believe In them. Jones Well, you would If you wero married. Whenever my wife gets sick I send for a female dnMor, and they get to talking about tho fashions, and my wife is well right off. Texas Slftlngs. A Judge of Shoes Stranger If I order shoes of you, are you sure you can make mo a good fit? Cobbler A pood fit? Just you ask Mr. 1'ichman. He always comes to me nnd gets his shoes made to measure. "Who is Mr. mclimtin?" "Ho Is tho owner of that big shoo factory down town." N. Y. Weekly. Karly l'rldo tn Ilostou. Tho little Boston boy was so plainly puffed up with juvenile vanity that tho visitor noticed it. "Robert seems unusually proud today." "Yes," the fond mother answered, "he has on his first pair of spectacles." l London. tirsd. Give . - -- - TESTER!! RAILROAD. JLlOiyt!ii.& I thought. But when tho French count with tho pointed beard chucks her under tho chin I could hear tho old lady behind mo getting into a fluo rage. "Well, tho idea of our Anuio lotting a mail do a thing liko tlyit!" "But, mother, that's in tho play." SOLD TO "I don't caro if it is. I suppose ho'll ALL POINTS: kips her later on I Tho idea I" OHIO, INDIANA, ILLIHOIS, Well, ho did kiss her shortly after and got n good slap in tho face for his pains. WISCONSIN, Tho old lady almost roso in her seat MISSOURI, KANSAS, "Good, good 1" sho cried in a very audiblo voice. COLORADO, MEBRASK. "I thought Annio wouldn't stand anyARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, thing of that sort!" Sho objected to tho young girl's littlo TEXAS, lovo affairs with tho footman, however, and could hardly bo kept iu her chair 8SIRB-VE- H SB fEST, HlftTB-WEwhen the two plighted their troth. "I don't call that play acting," sho FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS said. "They wero just liko two servAND EMIGRANT TICKETS. ants, aud I dou't liko it." THE BEST ROUTE TO THE Whon tho curtain dropped, thoy all went around to tho stago door, and somehow I felt sorry for Annio, coming UlttMAN VESTIBULED COACHES, from tho stago full of hot enthusiasm, SLEEPING AND DINING CARS only to recoive mentally at least a bucket of cold water. Polly Pry in SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE RAILROAl xlow York Recorder. WRFOLKWESTERN Buckltn'B Arnica Halve. CHCAPCST, BE3T AND QUICKE3T LINE. n, NORTH AND EAST. The beit salve in the wotli for cuts, bruJies Descrlptli tires, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- Write for Rates, Mara, hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, mphlets, to any Station Agent, or to t positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It Is M. f. ""AGO. AU-tHULL, W. B. HtVllU guaranteed to give pertect satisfaction or money I u. 1 ,. r ift. Trsttlla i(U pi,. (.-b.'l per K0iS0lX,T4. refunded. Price j centsKy. box. For sale by HJASOKK.VA. A. R. Penny, Stanford, Time-Table- s, .(" l- - "l.O. handed euchro clubs may be cited as models. The gamo is played with a full pack of cards, and tho joker is used. Soven cards aro dealt to each player, giving flist three aud then four aud leaving four on tho tablo. This quartet is dubbed "tho widow." Tho playor on tho loft of tho dealer makes tho first bid of 2, 8, 4, 5, 0 or 7 tricks, naming tho suit, tho highest bid getting it. Tho bidding is dono iu turn. Tho person who secures tho bid then selects threo other players partners thus pitting four against threo. If tho bidder wins, ho and his partners each count the amount bid. If ho fails, ho is euchred, and tho threo opponents count each tho amount bid Whilo ono can play a quiet, steady gamo, taking no risks, aud holding high cards or tho joker play for a euchro, tho bpirit of extreme feminiuo politeness engendered by this fad of tho hour requires that a person holdiug tho joker should bid tho limit, soven, thereby ulways introducing an element of chauco in tho contest and giving euch ono more bIiow. Prizes aro played for. A certain number of points gaiued can bo tho limit or a giveu period of timo as agreed upon. Tho ouo holding tho highest numbor of points at tho decisive moment wins. Philadelphia Press. Indlananclis Journal. For pleasure, pnro and simplo, soven Is now n full operation, and invites the attention ol the builders of Lincoln county to its material, Note superioi workiiiauihip and low prices. I have moved to my new Hotel and am bottsr n EHJ&'f- ntnodate the public, 'I m vtV. attached and .Very a call, FRANK RILEY. SOME OF OUR PRICES: rertectly clear poplaror yellnw pine flooring at hundred. Jjpei hundred. As low as Si 50 perboarding at Ky., Perfectly clear yellow poplai weather as $1 30 per hundred 3i jo per hundred. As low ",'" Kurl,,tu t.hn was emr in Hus-ton- vt and thicknesses ol Ceiling In yellow Allpatterns lie. pretty Bugglei, Surreys and pine, poplar, chestnut and ash, as low aa Si 1$ per Phaetons. Moie good Culilvaiors. Wagons. Plowi hundred. louble dressed lumber as low us Ji per and more nice Hameis. hundred, lleautilul vellow pine finishing lumber, Binder 1 wioo than was Bridles, Whips and mow ever seen hire He in. quarter oak,, Vc. Save money by giving us you. PUM,C l "" ""d ,ee h, and price. ""'"THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL, D. S: CARPENTER, Hustonvlllo, 7J 6rr Lancaster. M. S. THE HEALING WATERS" STILL FLOW l'ROM OLD Haii.iuu.v. J. W. Bauciimas Crab Orchard Springs. Since their discovery mote than a century ago, these famous Springs ha e given eallh ami pleasure to a mighty army ol lnvalius and Tourists from all patts ot the world. The Spriugs ate 1 M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- rnormxTOHs- LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kontucky. II you need livery give us a call Nothing ... Now Open for Reception of Guests. Boating, Bowling, Billiards. Dancing, Driving, Funing, Outdoor Gamw, Good Music, New Xivery, An Excellent Cuiiine, And all that goes to mfka your viiit enjoyable. week. Special Board and Rooms, 18 to Sis Rales to Families and Societies. For further information apply to GTja 1IOFMANN, Prop., Crab Orcbaid, Ky. HARNESS SHOP rcnYnV.our'Cr,UOd TERMS MODERATE. pr BLACKSMITH SHOP., Will guarantee nrst.class work and prices aailifactcfl Tiyc-rhoiMshoe- , V, $.,.14 ,U.J.. --i - lisliWn