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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1897 sem1897050701 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 1897 $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. rT SEMI-WEEKLVOL. XXVI. VICINITY NEWS. m Y LANCASTER. INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. MAY RELIGIOUS. - ii 1 T. 189T. NO. 20 MATRIMONIAL. - aged 18, iliol near rorryvlllo. Tho Huino distillery at Silver Creek, with a capacity of 021 bushels a day, has started up. John Shelton shot and killed his 1 Irani brother-in-law- , Powers, near llut'boiirvlllo, over domestic affairs. Two thousand miners are Idle In the Jellleo district, owing to tho failure to renew contracts expiring April 30. A championship game of bao ball will be played at Danville Saturday nf-- ( tcrnoon between Centre ami btato college. Andy Hrooks shot Fred Williams, also colored, to death at Uarbourvlllo. They fell out over the ownership of 1 II. V. Uakor, a Uoylo county farmer, I J I some hogs. During a light In Hell county, a young man named Dawson lost a leg as tho result of tho explosion of a dynamlto cartridge he was carrying. Cary F. Alford, fatherof Gov. M. V. Alford, died at his homo near Lexington Tuesday. He was born In Garrard county 72 years ago. Judge Jas. K. Cautrlll, has been appointed committee for Miss Sarah Cecil, vice N. D. Ingram, resigned. Her brother, Granville Cecil, Sr., remains as her trustee. V. H. Kastland, brother of A. G. Kastland, of this place, had a valuable team drowned while fording Harrod Hun, near Harrolsburg. Tho Negro driver and his wife had a narrow es- cape. William Herndon and D.iu Dovlne, e raiders, have been alleged added to tluno arrested In Mercer, charged with arson and nuilleious shooting and their trial Is set for this morning. A. H. Itust, of Danville, will test tho now mechanics' Hen law, he having been made a party to a suit against the contractors who bull! his house with material bought on credit, though he paid them In full according to contract. .The 2,600 miners in Kust Tennessee who are out on a strike because of a reduction of 18 per cent In their wages ought to oen a ballot box and take another vote on tho gold standard. They voted for "McKlnley, Protection and Prosjierity," anil they are getting their pay. Louisville Dispatch. Miss Jcnnlo Davis, aged 11), who disappeared from this county and was thought to have been drowned, has been discovered living with a band of Gypsies on the Kentucky river. She Is queen of tho tribe and refuses to return toll-gat- home. Richmond Climax. Later intelligence from Nashville says tho girl Is In jail therefor vagrancy. Middleburg, Casey Co. Mr. David Humphrey Is very low with consumption at his home near town. Several of tho Maccabees from this place will attend tho State meeting at Danville next week. School will close at the Janle.Wash on account of the slim Institute ntUMidaneo. Prof. W. T. Komi will doubtless be recalled this Kail. preached I lev. J. Q. Montgomery here Sunday. Row V. K. Foster, of Louisville, will preach at thellaptist church here next Sunday morning and to-da- y T f night. Dr. Patrick Humphrey, of Huston-vlllpassed through town Saturday to sso his sick father. Shorili Adams was in the 'burg Saturday and Tuesday on biz (V). It Miroly wasn't a typograpical error but thero wss a terrible blundering u, mistake In last letter, In which the 1. J. said Mr. Duller would remain In jail till tho action of tho circuit court, when It should have read ho would carry It to the circuit court, which con- venes in August. One of tho hardest downpours of rain fell in Casey hardly without intermission from Friday night till Sunday morning. Reports say thero was almost a cloud burst up tho Knob Lick reirionsand farmers lose heavily. Green River was higher below tho mouth of , the creek than since the Hood of 1SD0, while tho river waa not out of the batiks at tho Godbey ford. Dirt roada are nearly impassable on account of mud and wator. tho wash-outs, JUDGE CLARK SET RIGHT. (To tbe Editor of Tlie Baiiuouhvillk, May In your issue of May 4 Intkuioii Journal.) t 4. An artlclo does Judgo Clark Bar-bourvll- le an Injustice. The entire bar at ligreed that Judgo Clark might go out in his campaign and they would hold his court without charge to him or tho State. Not a dollar was allowed to Judge Alcorn, or Judgo Faulkner, or to any of the lawyers who acted as special judge, on account of tho absence of Judgo Clark. J. II. Tinsley. It takes tho post-card- 72,000 tons of s paper to mako used In tho United King- dom each year. Dr. T. J. Acton and wife, of Eubanks, Elder W.- J. Holtzclaw has resigned Mrs. Susie Decker was given live have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. N. his pastorate at Falrmount, W. Vn., ' years Bristol, at Tenn., for killing her Gastincau. and returned to Louisville. husband In a lit of jealousy .J(C3 Much dtimuL'o has been done to hemp Thero were 10 additions to Rev. J. James C. Harris, a Corbln photocrops, which have lately been sowed, M. Bruce 'h church at Elizabethtown as grapher, and Miss Sue E. Dlshman, of the seeds having been washed away In tho result of a two weeks' meeting. Uarbourvillo, were murried Wednesmany places. Tho Methodist revival at Hopklnt-vlll- e day. J. D. Gulloy has returned from Ohio. conducted by Rev. .1. B. Lowery, Last week at Love Harbor, Maine, Ho talks of moving to Orrvlllo to take of Arkansas, had 100 confessions at last Miss Ethel Kissam married George charge of a hotel. C. M. Norrls, of reports. Hugg, and they took a short wedding High Bridge, was here this week. That New Jersey clergyman who ad- trip on a smack. Tho dates for tho Garrard County ministered a sound thrashing to an inA ButTalo man has eloped with his Fair have been changed to July 0 and sulting pugilist has not been bothered grandaughter und an Illinois man has 10. Work, towards preparing for the by any ''challenge the winner" talk. eloped with his niece. Cupid is evievent, Is progressing nicely and It Is! Tho Presbyborlar Theolorical Semi- dently oil on a spree. sure to be a success. nary In Louisville hut held its closing Miss Jane Campbell, of New York Tho city council has granted R. II. exercises for the year. There were 07 City, Is rejorted to have broken her Batson a franchise to put a hydraulic1 students enrolled and 13 full gradu- engagement to Carlo Bourbon del Monforce pump In the public well In the ates. te Santa Marie dl Faustiuo. No wonNortheast corner of public wpiare. Ho John Robertson telU of a town In der. will attach 160 feet of hoo and water Scotland where "the men wore out the A Western girl of advanced ideas has can be thrown on any building in that knees of their pants in getting religion suggested to an Eastern journal that a vicinity. Other wells and cisterns will all winter, and the seats of their pants college be founded and endowed to likely bo furnished In tho same way. in backsliding all summer." This was teach young men the art of At a meeting of tho otllcers of the before the days of InsUintenous sanott- with a courso for Christian church held on Wednesday llcation andean not be made to apply to young husbands. evening. D. F. Hudson, who Is now an the Methodist meeting held hero so Dr. A. W. Johnston, of Danville, got elder, was elected treasurer, and R. II. long. atEvangelist E. C. Tinsley, of theChrb,-tia- in last night. He was in time to Dataon, Sunday School Superintendtend the unveiling of the Gross statue. church, who has been holding proent, was elected as a deacon of that Dr. Johnston will go from here to New church, those otllccs having loon made tracted meetings throughout Eastern York, where ho will marry Miss Lilly vacant by the death of W. R. Robin- Kentucky for the past few months, has Chamberlain, of that city, on tho 27th. son. They are good men and will dis- selected Paintsville as a suitable place Dispatch. to build a college. A 120,000 building charge their duties faithfully. tt Miss Mattle Middleton Inveigled The toll gate north of Buckeye was will soon be erected. The citizens have' Bureh, son of Dr. W. E. Burch, destroyed Tuesday night by a mob of donated a beautiful tract of land just into a trap, where her father and brother-inraiders and the usual threats and or- back of tho town for a site. -law were waiting with shot guns, Rev. W. W. Bruoe hat closed his ders were made and given. On acend then the two marched him ou to count of washes made in the road, the pastorate of the church here and will JclTcr&onviUc and at the point of the board of directors had met Tuesday go to Perryvllle this week to remain weapons made him marry her. He had and agreed to abandon the collection a few weeks. He has served this Pres- promised to do so, until patience and of toll until It could bo repaired. They byterian church six years, and there is approaching events demanded an Imaim to resume collection in a few days not one but regrets that he leaves us. mediate ceremony. Burch says he will near town, where toll has been collect- He thinks a change will benetlt his not live with the girl and his father is ed lately for the entire distance, but health, which has been bad for more taking steps to annul the marriage. only in daylight. Tho road is now than a year now. All of us hope that A matrimonial mess is made by tho nd his open to tho Kentucky river, a distance he may be restored and will marriage of Hade Smith to Mrs. Susway clear to come back tons. Huoton-vlll- e of 16 miles. annah Lyons at Paintsville. Years ago cor. Danville Advocate. Deputy Collector Thomas Austin and meeting of the Chris- the couple was married and had three Gen. Dep. Collector J. W. Collier have children. They fell out and parted and been on a raid in Estill county. After tian churches of Lincoln county to be the wife after a reasonable length of a long, tedious and dangerous search, held at McCormacks church on Saturtime and supxsing her husband dead, they found an Illicit still house 6 miles day, May 16, 1807. accepted the advances of Mr. Lyons 10:00 A. M., Devotional Exercises. south-eas- t of Irvine on the waters of and became his wife. They had six 10:16, Address by Eld. Robert ElDoe Creek. The still had lieen moved, children and he died. Meautlmc Smith but they jiourod out 600 gallons of boor der. 10:16, Address by Eld. W. T. Brooks. had married out West and had had as and destroyed other, llxturcs, among 11:16, Address by Elder J. Q. Mont- many children, when his wife died. Rewhloh was an infant's cradle, which cently he returned to Paintsville found gomery. Mr. Collier desired to take home with willing to forgive und for. his 11:46, Address by Elder J. W. him, but It was too burdensome. get aud they were again married, but Jr. It Is rojwrted that free turnpike adDINNKH. the 16 children refused to participate vocates are holding meetings In differ1:10 i M., Devotional Exercises. in the festivities attending. ent parts of tho county, whore solemn 1:40, Address by Elder Joseph Bal- pledges are made not to support any 10U. Hubble, man for a county olllce unless he Is In 2:10, Report of Evangelist, J. G. Liv favor of free roads. A candidate's Andrew Mershon, of Grayson, Texas, ingston. religion or past life will not be is visiting relatives here now. 2:40, Address by J. L. Allen. considered. No skeletons will be pullI!: 10, Report of Churches. It is a mistake about Mr. B. W. Glv-ened from tho closets and put on exhibilittle boy, or any of the family beP. W. Caktek, Chairman. tion. Tho one thing needful is to be ing bitten by a mad dog. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. right on this Issue. Several candiElder Bishop Vaughn closed his dates have been studying the question quarterly meeting here Sunday night Pursuant to the action of the demoand are not so free in expressing their cratic executive committee of Lincoln by a splendid sermon, in which he opinions, but everything will be re- county, the committee with two dele- showed there was a great difference bemembered. gates already selected by said commit- tween worshipping God on Sunday and g R. L. Elkin, a prominent farmer, tee to act with them, (which delegates serving him through the week, and on tho Stanford road, has devoted will be notilied by tho committeemen that too many people did tho former much time to raising different breeds from each voting precinct) will meet in and neglected tho latter. of domestic fowls. Ho 1ms now a cross convention at the court house in the Joe Robinson sold his sorrel horse to between the Minorca and a fowl sent city of Stanford, at 10 o'clock A. M., on Win. Bettls for $40. J. C. Eubanks him by Col. John Miller, L S. consul Saturday. 16th day of May, for the pur- weighed up 510 cattle this week before tothe Falkland Islands, which Is at- pose of nominating candidates for the turning on grass and found that they tracting much attention. It resembles various county otllces. weighed 1,2.'16 now against 1)01 last fall, the parrot in some particulars, having J. E. Cakson, chm'n. which is a gain of 274 pounds per head a long beak, slightly curved, sharp Dem. Ex. Committee L. C. for his winter's feeding. From this claws, large, yellow eye.-,-a white crest, farmers can see that it pays to cut up dark, green plumage, is apt in imitat- TO THE DEMOCRATIC COUNTY their feed, and feed their cattle in the COMMITTEE OF LINCOLN. ing human nets as far as shelter. and bids fair to take the place of erI am a candidate for the of Slits: Tin: Effect ofThbIIakd Times. rand boys, shepherd dogs and tele- fice of shorilT of Lincoln, subject to A story was recently told of how a phones. It roosts in trees or on top of your action and that of the.domocratB the house, and when anything unusual you have associated with you to make preacher tested tho effect of the hard times upon his congregation. At the is about to occur it makes a shrill clat- nominations for county olllces. 1 have conclusion of one of Ills sormons, he ter which sounds like "Look Out!" all my life given loyal support to the They are fed after the cows are milked nominees of the party and whether said: "Let everybody in the house Inand when the cows are late coming up nominated or not will cordially support who pay his debts stand up." stantly every man, woman and child, they can bo seen Hying out into tho pas- the entire ticket you nominate. The ture, gently touching them on the back West End of the county has never had with one exception, arose to their feet. with their claws, until tho whole herd but one sherilT in the last half century. He seated the crowd, and then said: Is marched to the milk-peThey are I never asked the party for an olllce be- "Let every man who is not paying his debts stand up." The exception noted, called "Minims" on account of their fore and if nominated will doAall in my a hungry individual, clothsize. Their 0,'f?s are in demand at $3 power for the ticket nominated, ed in his last summer suit, slowly asper doen. Respectfully, J. B. MuKinnby. sumed a perpendicular position, and nustonville, May 4. According to the American Grocer, leaned ujK)n tho back of the seat in tho big stock of canned tomatoes car- A CARD FROM JUDGE SHELTON. front of hitu. "How Is it my friend, ' ried over from 18!) I and lSUo, were inquired tho rainistor, "that you are When I announced myself a candi- tho only man In this large congregamostly all closed out last year, and the market has only a light stock on hand. date forsherltr a few days ago I did not tion who Is unable to meet his obligaIf cannors will net together and keep do to to offend or hurt any one, believ- tions?" "I publish a newspaper," ho tho pack for 1807 down to 4,000,000 cas- ing that it was a free tiling for anybody meekly replied, "and my brethren es, it thinks the business will be profit- who wanted to make too race, and fur- here, who have just stood up, aro all ther, that the people are under no ob- my subscribers, able. "Let us pray I" Tho Greek forces protecting Velestl-n- o ligations to any canduiato. Some are exclaimed the minister. Independence and Pharsalos and tho intervening trying to make the impression with Herald. country had a serious engagement the peoplo that I am running in behalf They sat together in the dark, Wednesday with the Turkish forces, of other candidates, w .ucn are entirely The lights were well turned down. 1 am rutiniug ior tno olllce In which attacked in great force. After untrue. And he was mud when said the maid, "Please, mum! Here's Mr. Brown. a hot battlo tho Turks, were repulsed. my own uame and uoi ..u the purpose Tho victory of tho Greek troops has of assisting any one o.cepi myself. If Ho cursed the Interruption, but tuu committee thiiiKs mure is any one given great encouragemout. His anger was assuaged, To heur her give tho order thus: Tho Theodore vvno will serve tuu people better I "Just tell him I'm engaged." nave not a word to .ij . navemoyer, of the Sugar Trust, SjUELION. t. w. converted to tho Roman Catholic Tho State encampment of tho G. A. faith just five hours before his death. R. will be held at Lexington, begin- i.d.dlTTEE. TO THE COU.N t i This is about as closo a call as tin f nliiir mvt. Mnncliiv. fiflv. Tli'mllnv will tho thief on tho cross, but ho hadn't l am a candidal u. . .amblo iu the Uohvtfp ftn wJn nnd tho robbed the people as Theodore had. Stanford uiagiBtoii..Uukuet aud pre- - i,u iu fuu bloom. baby was born at Valpar- sent mv claims to your consideration. A Joe Neal, "the boy orator of the Big aiso, Ind., which gives promiso of long Kiudly do tho best you can for mo. M. Sfjiau Peyton. Saudy," died at Prestonburg. life. t .. METAL ROOFING. FLOORING, w ytf25&fct .mr A. C.SfflK, CEILING, ( ( V2 rSTANFORD, KT. .r-- SIDING, i. VliV 7i 1 NSS&sK APM FINISH. Farm and Yard Fence. HALT, STOP, LOOK, AT OUR LINE OF love-makin- g, post-gradua- te n Era-me- Clothing, Hats, 11 Semi-annu- al NECKWEAR, &c, &c. ex-wi- fe y, J. i L. Frohman & Co., THE GLOBE, Mw - Danville, Ky. ,y 3 jmjI-Itic- s, s' pjfjg?ffiE '",'V 3!!!S,5355H?H CLOSEFIICES! I M foll-- 2c, Falls Ilranch and other Coals, also all kinds of Feeds sold at the lowing close prices, subject to change without notice. llv-lu- Coal Fron? 7c to At house, with one cent added for delivery insido town limits. Oorn from 30 to 35c per bushel. Oats from 80 to 35c per bushel. Hay, Millet, 55c per 100 lbs. Straw, 30c per 100 iO to 00c per 100 pounds. lbs. ShipNtuff, 70c per 100 lbs. Corn chop. 63c per 100 lbs We keep stock of all constantly on hands Ca l and bee us before buying. i m J. H. BAUGHMAIM & CO. - i I M: po.-stbl- e, Spring CleaningNICE RUCS. I have them. Is now the order of the day and of course you will he engaged in it before long. You will need a STRAW MATTING And Several Prices Low as Anybody's. n. care-wor- n, H. J. McROBERTS. WILLIAM SHELTON. The Second Session of STANFORD FEMKLE COLLEGG. President. 1S90-97 OPENED ON MONDAY, JANUARY 26TH, 1897. For full iniormation about Courses of Study, Terms, &c, send for our Now Catalogue. Address, MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady PaiNCirAL, Stanford, Ky. i and" lyfffliie We havo added a splendid line of Clothing to our well selected stock Merchandise and aro now prepared to of General multi-millionair- e, be-ca- Dress a Man Nicely from Head to Foot. Any thing you want from an ovory-day, suit to a wedding outfit. Our stock of di Ni ! '.. Groceries, Hardware, . Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Chinaware, Glassware, Queonswaro, &c was never more complete. J FARRIS HARDIN, . i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford. Ky., POLITICS Webster Davis, of Missouri, was nominated to be assistant secretary of the Interior. Augusta, Ga., is likely to have a Negro postmaster and the people are up in nrms about it. It is said that J. Morgan Chinn will bo for tho Legislature in Mercer without opposition. By practically a solid vote tho republicans of the House sustained Speaker Heed in delaying committee appointments. - May 7, 1897 W. P. WALTON. SIIX. PAGES THE tarifT bill, cmuseulnteil, eviscerated and otherwise mutilated. so that Dinglcyhimself falls to recognize It.was reported to the Senate by tho commit tee, which approved it o to fl, Nevada Jones voting with the republicans. There are over 1,200 changes and amendments, many of them heavy reductions on tho duties originally fixed. The retroactive clause is, as predicted it would be, stricken out. It is claimed that in its present shape the bill will produce not much more revenue than tho Wilson bill, while affording in many instances such high protection as to bo nracticallv prohibitive. In order to provide against a shortage of revenue on customs, tho beer tax is mcreas ed 44 cents on the barrel and many changes are made in tho tobacco schedule. The tax on tea, which the bill provides for, will it is said, yield of revenue. May 18th is fixed as the day for the bill to be called up and then let us hope the whole abomination will be talked to death. $10,-000,000 The Florida Legislature is still deadpathy. A delegation waited on Senator Deboe at Ashland to protest against the selection of J. C. Bryant, of that place, for U. S. Marshal. The Hev. W. D. Moore won the school superintendent's race In Anderson county Instead of Mr. Chownlng, as was all along thought. Hon. I. H. Goodnight will be the democratic candidate for circuit judge in the 7th district and J. E. Byars for Commonwealth's attorney. 'The Senate committee struck out the Hawaiian reciprocity treaty from the tariff bill, also the retroactive clause and hides were taken from the free list. Walter Bennett, president of the Madison National Bank, is a condidate for county judge as a republican. Ho Is a brother of Senator John Bennett. Hon. James A. McKenzie, Minister to Peru, is not dead as was reported. On the contrary his health has improved. He left Washington Tuesday afternoon for Louisville. Dr. James says he will risk his life on a bet that he is the next U. S. marshal for Kentucky. This would be very bad on J. C. Bryant, but maybe ho could get a deputy's place. There will be one democrat In the next Legislature as sure as shot. The Owen county democrats have nominated Emmett Orr, of the News, and they will give him 2,000 majority. The senate by a vote of 4U to 20 failed to ratify tho general arbitration treaty between the United States and s Great'Britain. A majority of was required for ratification. The Queen & Crescent Route will give a rate of one fare for the round trip for the democratic State convention to be held at Frankfort June 2nd, tickets sold June 1st and 2nd and good to return the 5th. It has been agreed at Washington that In all cases where a Kentucky district is not represented by a republican, Senator Deboe and the republican Congressional candidate will control the selection of postmasters. tJudge Nathan Goff, of tho United Slates circuit court of appeals, is said to have been offered a place on the bench of the supreme court of the United States to succeed Justice Field, who is expected soon to retire. Commissioner of Pensions Evans has announced thut not a single pension examiner, and there are over 400 in tho service, comes under the civil service classification. He intends to discharge all the democrats and till their places with good republicans. Nine of tho 24 applicants for apjoint-raeas United States Marshal for Kentucky are in Washington, and a spirited contest for the place is going on. Dr. James is strongly tipped as the winner by virtue of the indorsements of Deboe and Hunter. In response to the question if he would be a candidate for governor next time, Gen. Hurdiu told a Cincinnati Enquirer reporter: "If the cordial greetings I get from our democratic constituents are a fair criterion, I will not have to be a candidate, and my two-thirdnt locked on the election of a U. S. Senator and Kentuckians extend their sym- county ticket, has a very patriotic and delicate duty to perform, but If It will do so with an eye single to the gcod of the party and not In the Interest of any man or set of men, It will bo entitled both to the plaudits and tho support of the people. That It will do tho duty imposed upon it fearlessly and without favor wo have ever reason to expect ticket and a and then with a we shall march to cerparty, tain Victory. Tho INTERIOR JOURNAL has no favorites; it only asks that the best and most available men be chosen and that every democrat will then give them the loyal support that we will. first-class re-unit- ed The Lincoln county democratic mittee and the gentlemen it has ciated with it for tho selection comasso- of a have Deboo's promibe that he shall bo collector of this district, but John W. Yerkes Is camping on the Senator's trail and went to Washington with him Tuesday. There Is many a slip 'twlxt tho cup and the lip, but If tho Danville man doesn't knock the persimmon, all Bigns go for naught. It Is sent out from Senator John Bennett claims to tho capital though, that Yerkes incurred the displeasure of President Hanna by his refusal to go to Frankfort and whoop 'em up for Hunter, and it may be that an effort will be made to discipline the handsome National Committeeman. the honesty and Innocence of his guileless soul, Bro. Bell, of the Georgetown Times, can not see why the two gold democrats voted for Deboe, who wroto Populist Poor that he was with him on the currency question. If money could really talk, as it is said that it can, it would to Bro. Bell a tale unfold IN up his very soul, and cause each and every hair to stand on end, like quills on a fretful pocuplne, as he realized how base some men calling themselves democrats can become. that would har-o- w "Quinine Jim" McKenzie, Minister to Peru, one of the most lovable men in publie life, Is enjoying what falls to the lot of few men tho perusal of the obituaries that numerous papers aro printing under the supposition that he is a "demmed moist body." The Louisville Times started the story of his death in this neck of the woods, where the sorrow over tho news of his demise was only exceeded by the joy over tho lator report of its untruth. Major McKenzie has been In bad health, but is Improving. dia. of In- facturing cigarettes. Albert G. Porter, R. H. Suter, K. II. Ethington, Amdiana, and minister to Italy under Har brose Ethiugton, William Sharp and rison's administration, died at Indian- Wendell Trout have been arrested at apolis. Frankfort for collusion to defraud the W. II. Gayle, aged 0i, died at New State. They aro the men alleged to port. He was born tn uoocnianu coun have swindled tho State out of about ty, Va., and had been a Mason since bo $17,000 by securing raised tickets from was 21. convict clerk for lumber delivered r the It Is said that William Waldorf at the penitentiary. owns 4,000 houses in New York CiTwo children of Mr. C. B. Kyan, asty, and that his annual income is near sistant general Misenger agent of the ly $11,000,000. C. & O. railroad, were badly injured in Wm. II. Gayle, said to be the oldest a wreck on tho Northwestern railroad Mason in the U. S. is dead at Newport. at Chicago. Sallie, aged seven, anil C. He was born in 1S01 and took his first B. Ryan, Jr., aged five, were sitting in degree In 1822. the front car with their parents when The town of Pulaski. Va., was se- a locomotive crashed Into It. The es No verely shaken by an earthquake. caping steam frightfully burned the damage resulted, but the peoplo were lower limbs of the children, but tho terribly frightened. wounds are not necessarily fatal. Great Warden Deshler, of Phil- sympathy is felt for the clever father adelphia, Is an Inmate of the prison he In his misfortune. had charge of for years. He got two Frost Protection. years for embezzlement. In using simulgo fires as a protection 111., Frederick Hellman, At Paxton, Gleaner believed to have murdered six women, against fronts Horticultural cautions that it ought to be understood was sentenced to bo hanged May 14 for that tho heat of the fire has but little the murder of Mrs. Geddes Dec. 2. effect in diminishing tho intensity of Australia Is preparing to send 200.000 tho frost, almost tho entire protection sheep and 5,000 bullocks to England for being gained by tho screen of .smoke the dinner to be given to tho poor of produced. Tho efficacy of smudge fires London at the Queen's diamond jubilee. may bo greatly increased by spraying Dr. Alfred Holt was shot and perhaps them with water, thus adding vapor to raising tho dew fatally wounded at Natchez, Miss., by tho ntmosphcro and dew point is reached at a of Holt point, for tho Horatio N. Ogden, as a result higher temperature when tho vapor in striking his wife, who Is Ogden's sis the air is increat-ed- . Moreover, by ".prayter. ing tho firep, tho heat, which would othElijah Morton, a 'blue gum" Negro, erwise establish an upward current of who has murdered nine people during warm air that conduct." tho heat uphis career as a desperado, was captured ward and Loyond tho spaco needing pronear Macon, .Ga. He was a terror to tection, is utilized in forming vapor and distributed through tho lower stratum his race. Perrv Kauffman, William Davis and of air, whero it is mast needed. As soon John Drobenstrot, of Markle, W. Va., as this vapor is condensed at tho dew is Kt free and stole a gallon of alcohol and drank most point this latent heat temperature. Every tends are dead and tho quart to raise thothus evaporated aud of It. The first two of water latter can not live. again conducted in tho surrounding air As-toEx-Pris- Capt. Noel Galnes,'of the McCreary Guards, has been asked by his compa Both Houses have agreed to a tax ny to resign, as he has been guilty of conduct unbecoming an officer and genrate of .2ic. for the next three years. legislative" ucrrymandcr bill re tleman. Tho For first time In 10 years there nro ceived a death blow in the House, open saloons in Topeka, Kan., and as a which was supposed to be its friend. With a membership of lUS.thoro were result, somewhat of a rebellion against present in the House Tuesday but f7 tho present State administration has been started. members and only 11 in the Senate. At Burnsvllle, Ala., John Wood, a Gov. Bradley has signed tho $T00,000 bond bill and the one permitting com- planter, slapped Bottle Harris, a Nemissioners of asylums to borrow money. gro woman, who was drunk and boisThe Senate defeated the resolution terous, in tho face. Sho went down into to allow the ministers of Frankfort her stocking and pulled a mean looking WOO for opening the House with prayer pistol and shot him to death. While returning homo from school by one vote. It will be qulto a relief to tho people Jolloway Wade, of Butler, O., aged 12, to learn that the bill to pay the keeper throw a stick at his playmate, James of the back capltol at Frankfort has Humphrey, one year his senior, which struck him on the back of his head been duly passed and signed. and killed him almost instantly. A United States judge has decided Told that tho directors of a Michigan batik, The Senate committee Increased tin who failed to direct, and thus enabled tax on beer from $1 to $1.44. a trusted official to make way with Its n adver- funds, must stand trial for their failure S. L. Ewlng, the tisers agent, Is dead at Louisville. to protect the interests of their deposA Neirro, who was formerly a preach itors. er, was hanged at Somervllle, N. J., Kentucky might not be able to get for murder. up much of a National exhibition, but o Bv the burnlnir of a charity bazaar at her moonshine distilleries, Paris, 200 people lost their lives and raiders, kuklux patrollors, lynching 800 were Injured. bees and other dlvertisements of the John V. Crura, the famous sprinter, same kind would make a highly vivadied at Des Moines, Iowa, as the result cious Midway Plalssance. Phlladel of an o)eratlon for appendicitis. phia Public Ledger. By the overturning of a skiff near Maj. Lewis Ginter,of Richmond, Va., Gallatin, Tcnn., John Nolin, his two who has just retired from the board of daughters and a farm hand were drown- directors of the American Tobacco Co., ed. on account of failing health, is said to Ten thousand dollars in cash and 2."i bo the richest man In the South. His car loads of corn were subscribed at estate is estimated at $10,000,000 and Chkvitro for the famine sufferers in In- o he has made it all since the war manu The Legislature, Glorious Summer Is coming, tho time wo all want to dress in our best anil enjoy the beauties of nature more than any other season of the year. Wo were never bettor equipped to furnish you anything you want in mon's wear or women's wear; anything from kIioo strings to a suit of (Mothca for niun and anything from it paper of pins to a full furnished dress for Indies. Look at our line of News Briefly well-know- They are brand new. Look at our men's 15 suits; lock ut our f0c. It is the best on earth for the money. Look at our Dre Goods; look at our 60 nntl 75c Corsets. Look at our TrkTTE1 ttnr imlL i m hi - b HP MM JU JLJLM JCj mv toll-gat- Of under muslin skirts at 2.1c and up. Look at our new lino of Indies' dress skirts Just received In brand new patterns; black, figured plaids In all colors, tinhh ready Kxnmlnu our handsome lino of for use, price II i)5 to f 4 each To be given nway to Presents purchase or a handsome piece of our cash customers. A handsome Hronro Clock with every 130 SILVERWARE With every f25 purchase. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. A. UHUAXSKY A CO , IWhictoiw Kml-nenc- T. D. HANKY, Manacikr. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, llarilstown, Lawrenceburg. fynthlann, Versailles, Georgetown, Klizabethtown, Frankfort, and Mnuckport, Ind. e, High Locust Herd Reg. Poland Headed by U. S. MODEL, DO. M Son of Klever'n Model, No. 2D.7I0. the greatest brvodlng hog living, itui) IIU.NDI.KVH CLAUDE. No. 12.601, miii of the World' Columbian Champion, Claude. No. 11,007. Fine, toppy young bonm rendy for wrvlce. A fuw ihow gilts old enough to breed, and tired miwh a for Mile. Tiihutoek Is ntrlctly llnt-flitIn everv with iiedlgns-s- . Prices reiisonnblo nnil satisfaction gunranttssl. Write, jour wants or come and hih) my hogs. A few fresh Jersey Cows for sale. They are good one. Also Mammoth IVUIn Duck Eggs, gl for IX A. E. HUNDI.EV, Itox 1W, Danville, Ky. to 38,353. Has. rt Home I if. K-- and Farm I Paint. S : St. fi 2t v.. Tho !h- -i ri'iidy-mlxt- Paint, White Luuit. OIN, VuriiNhes Wnn Main and I m t Carriage Paint. I'rlri-- lower than ever our color cards. s m & Hee & hfci s 1 X Xi on the Mime strictly pure good. Kij VA tho U. S. army, has sailed for Europe degrees throughout a spaco 80 feet and the best vantage point in which to squaro and deep. watch ho military operations in the Turko-Grecian Gen. Nelson A. Miles, commanding is sufficient to ralso tho temjieraturo 2 & IT- ITmJ W. B. MoROBEBTS. D HUG fit fcfii .- GIST, STANFORD, KY. E$ T- & : - war. i 7 f k T' t i I nomination will come npontaneously from the people." Tho father of Senator Forakor, of Ohio, was a farmer. He had 11 children, six being boys, and money was r.ono too plenty. The boys all worked on the farm, and the future governor and senator was taught to wash and Not satisfied with his fight last Fall iron, to milk, cook and spin, and, in adagainst the party which made him all dition to all this, to pick tho geese at that he is or ever will be, Gov. Hind-ma- n the proper time of the year. continues to make war on democAs luck or otherwise would have it, racy by presiding at a meeting in Col- Senator Deboe was given the seat next umbia which declared eternul enmity to Senator Hanna in the Senate, after to the Chicago platform and all who Senator Lindsay had presented the stand thereon. new man and introduced him around. The systematic robbery of tho city Deboe was given places on committees of Cincinnati and county of Hamilton as follows: To establish the Universiby Its republican officials Is being un- ty of the Uuited States; to examine the earthed, which to date shows $217,-00- 0 several branches of tho civil service; and the investigation proceeds. It improvement of the Mississippi; Indian is a cold day when republicans, who get depredations; railroads; revolutionary a chance, do not let the public money claims. John G. Carlisle doesn't take any stick to their lingers. stock in international conferences. Said A DISPATCH from Frankfort says he: The appointment of delegates to a that Gov. James B. McCreary will bo monetary conference that will never a candidate for Congress in this dis- meet, or the designation of diplomatic nobody will negotitrict next year. That bettles It. The agents district will bo represented next time ate, is not the best means to promote by a democrat and a gentleman. the safety of our financial situation, or inspire confidence in the Integrity of Mr. Cleveland had all his work for our purposes. All such devices to connothing. Tho Senate defeated his ar- ciliate and encourage the advocates of bitration treaty business with Great fiatism and depreciation should be Britain, tho more's the pity. promptly rejected, and it should bo distinctly that The Louisville Post celebrated its dard of understood be the gold stanvalue willmalntulned, and y numby Issuing a do;iblo 19th birth-dafilled to the chases that, If necessary for Its maintenance, ber, which was all forms of paper currency shall be , with interesting matter. convertible one demand, without dis Louisville Dispatch Improves count, Into coin worth everywhere In The with each issue, while tfte patronage . the commercial world just what it pur-anports to bo worth. its constituency increase dally. wlth-whotn The court of apieals has affirmed the decision of the Clark circuit court and Dillard, Ralney, who killed Aaron Adams, will hang at Winchester unless J. s. Commissioner's Sale ()sle. LINCOLN mmmMm&m&wmmM. A CIRCUIT COURT vs. V travel. The ployes killed during tho year was larg er thnn usual, being 1118. The Atlantic and Pacific railroad brought $12,000,000 at auction. Aldace F. Walker, chairman of the board of directors of the Atchison, Topcka and Santa Fc railroad, was the purchaser. sporting Lulu Kopp, a woman of Indinnaiolis, has at last sucShe trlcu ceeded in killing herself. hanging, strychnine and drowning, but nothing would have tho desired effect but morphine. The president of tho collapsed Globe Savings Bank, of Chicago spends his Several days now In weeping In jail. thousand depositors of his institution, well-know- In lipilty Fiddler. Ac. Deft. the governor interferes. Hv virtue of u Judgment and tinier of snlo 18!t(5 only one passenger was During of thu Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered ut It term, 1MI7, killed for every 100,000,000 miles of special Aprilundersigned In the ulxivo stjlcd Commissioner will. number of railway em- net Ion, tin! Jr., Trustee. Ac, M. h HILV PAPER FOR $2.00 A YEAR!' t liMdt't ut imlilfi iji thu liltrlii.!. iiiid outcry thu following (IosciIIkmI property. ti- - On Monday, Juno 14, 1897, lt.ifri. tin fvmr-- limit.it iliutr In Sliiiifiml. I IV vithl'i tha reach of every person - A - d Situated In Lincoln county and hounded as follows: Itoglniilii at a stake XI feet from thu centre of the IamiIsvIIIu and Railroad, tlieneu N. 41 K. 20 poles 11 links to n stone ut the fence on the land of franklin Owslev farm, thoiicu Ills line N. Gil H. lull jxiles to u storm In the land, comer to said Owslev und Mrs. Ihnlderur, tlieneu tier line along'sald Hue X. 52 V. !M poles links lo it stake, tlieneu X. 47 W. 105 jioles (o a wlilto oak tree, tlicnco X. lH'i W. 25 jioles lfi links to u stone near a stump, thence X. M V lis poles 1m links ton stake In tliu Duddcrur's Mil! road outside of thu gale where, a sugar tree was called for. tlieneu S. 4S V. 52 lsiles cen.stake In said load :i:i feet from however, uro compelled to do their ton of the railroad, thence S. I J, K. the poles Ill tre weeping at home. to thu centiu of thu Danville and Crab Orch-ai- d turnpike, thence with centre of thu Mild n stone, swinging from a derA plku X. s7 H. 11) polc-i- , theucu leaving said rick, at Chicago crashed Into a passen- pike with thu railroad line S. hi V Ml liohyi H juries thence S. I1TJ4 ger train on tho Chicago & Alton, to a telegraph jiole, telegraph pole, thence S. to another lh badly hurt six :( links imiIcs IT links to another telegraph bound for St. Louis, and K. II K. persons, besides wrecking two coaches jKile, thence fi. :it$ 101) 17J$ poles to tho Acres 1 Rood and III containing aud dolaying traffic. Poles, except o much thcrof us was sold by The court of appeals has decided that Joseph MeAllster to Christian Koehler anil V. Dtidderur, when a passenger in a railroad train Win.11. Fiddler midtwo small J.tracts, and by wlfu to 0. Florence, window while leaving uImiiiL 107 acres, bu thu samumoiuor puts his head out of a tho train Is going through a tunnel and less. Hitlri tract of land will he sold as a The is killed, the heirs can not recover whole, for tho purposu of fettling up thu trust estatu ami out of thu proceeds thero damages from the railroad. will first paid thu lieu debt of W. M. The government lias just made a con- dler bu 82,000 with Interest thereon fromFidof thu of Wash- 2sth day of August, 1HM), subject to a credit tract with William F. Salter, 500 Tub. Ih7. ington, D. C, to carry the mail from of Termspaid Sulu: I, In two equal Installments of Juneau to Circle City, In Alaska, a dis- of 0 and 12 months, bearing Interest from until paid, payable tance of 000 miles each way. The eon-tra- ct day of naluand having thu force to thu Comand effect of missioner every month, judgments. Lien retained. is for a round-tri- p is $0,009. It. O. WARREX, Com'r. and the price paid n lo 11 1 10-to- Tract of Xjaonid., m The Increazlng demand for 11 dally newspaper at a prlco which puts It In Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee. county In Kentucky and has ben Met by tho Loucomlsvuio root. Tlilr souinern miliaria; nan a. plete afternoon dally will special taff correspondent In Washington, and thorsend the UvcnlnR I'ost ough and reliable men at evey ' cell day In tin year to nny address, by Frankfort. Full market reports, mall, po'itugu raid, for ti. choice miscelT:,o liven r; I'ont la tho lany, short stories, womFor the Hall aftcr-roo- n page, nil the sport-ln- ir en's brl,htert end b'3t Hdltlon of the news. Editorially the dally In thn South. strongest paper In tho It prints the full Abso-elate- d IHenlnjjPost. outh. Neatly printed on I'rens dispatches, paper. by corretiupplcmentcd flno Send for every spondence sample copy. Address from THE EVENING POST, LOUISVILLE, KY. CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. of the Cari'iitcr's StaThe stockholders of the Stunfn.il k and Morelaud Station turnpike tire requested to meet tion, requested to meet lit tho Ven-(liiiut thurnrtnurs Hank und Trust Co. 's olllco tiiruplkuare In llusiouvllle on Saturday afHotel at'--' ! M.Monday, May 10, 1MI7, for tho pur-isi2 o'clock Mnv 15, IMI7. for tint ternoon of electing directors for the ensuing purposu ut electing directors for thu ensuing of JOHN I'. CASH, President. jeur. ear. J. K. IIAUUHMAN, President. Htis-touvll- li) nu su Turnpike : Eleotion. Turnpike : Election. The stockholders 1" J Oriag Bros.' Pure Bred Poultry Poultry Yard. White Crested llluck Polish Eggs tier netting llluck Minorca. Imptrted, eggs of 15. per setting of Ift, S.'.. lied Lap, imp. egg jer ettlug of l. 82.60. Silver Spangled eggs, er suiting of IS. iS. Marred Plymouth Hock eggs, ier netting of 15,81.50. Surber's Celebrated Pit Oame, Imp., eggs, . II. Ked Pit Gamo eggs, setting of 15, . per setting of 15, S:i. All breedsscoro itlxivo CKAIG llltOTHEItS, Wi point. jo Junction City, Ky. lloylu Co. Itlue-tiriiss Wy-andi'-i- FOR RE NT. The mid popular Green llrlai' Springs, located about two miles from Crab Orchard. Magnificent water, excellent Improvements. Will lease at a low llguni for thu piesent season. Call on or address well-kno- A. A. HOWMAIt, Versailles, Ivy. 2STOTICE ! 3MEI 1. Posts fur plank fence, All persons denlrlne post and railing or wire fence can 11ml what they want at my store near Cedar Creek, on the pike made to fttuch to any leading from Crab Orchard to Stanford I also ,P ",'-'- 1 ! " miu. ana vrina ftti m""."1 keep on hand a supply of plank for fencing. All kinds of lumber for Imlldln purposes; also hoards AIM, 'Vriln.seper.wor rolled. and shingles. All persons desiring any article of this kind can call on me at lay store near Cedar C.i.WIMBER. ItitloiiR. CHICAitt Creek. 32 O. W. 8INULKTON, .n.i """ flBriW?r(i .M.l it . ilii. 'r.Tlrs,.V.- - ,J pviif.BlfeWusS vJrA.n. SJ Sgl-- - i.v4U. ' llV .. .. " '. lij"-?r"- " 1 ' ' t; v' v T,"J.V i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! Stanford, Ky., - May 7, 1897, IfiSSjJi THE HORSE'S FOOT. Let IMPROVED BEEKEEPING. In Methods and Appliance Within tho Half Century. In 1853 tho movablo comb lilvo was given to the public, and thatwasagreat leap in advance. It allowed tho beekeeper to cxamino minutoly just what was going on in tho hive, and in many cases to apply tho remedy where there was trouble. At ono timo honey was obtained by smothering tho bees with brims touo, thou cutting out tho combs, selecting bouio of the best that contained nothing but honey, making a grand mash of tho rest and straining out tho honey, more or less ffavored with boo bread and dead bees. As a great improvement boxes were put on top of tho hivo, allowing tho honey to bo taken away without killing tho bees. Then tho honey extractor was invented, by which tho honey could bo thrown from the combs, leaving tho latter uninjured to bo returned to tho hivo for refilling. Even if tho comb was partly filled with eggs aud partly developed bees, tho honey could bo thrown out without disturbing the baby bees. It is, however, better to extract honey only from thoso combs which contain no brood. Still later section boxes camo on tho stage, in which a shapely cako of houoy took tho place of tho irregular combs to bo found in tho surplus boxes that held from C to 25 pounds. Separators were invented to force tho bees to build their combs straight Along with this camo tho uso of comb foundation, for without foundation it would bo a very diflicult thing to got tho bees to build straight combs' in tho sections. Not only was tho invention of comb foundation n great aid in securing beau tiful surplus honey, but it was a great help in tho brood chamber. Tho frames could bo filled with foundation having imprinted on it tho base of cells just tho right sizo for worker brood, making it impossible for tho colony to rear a large hordo of useless cousumers in tho Bhapo of drones. Somo think that tho ago of improve-men-ts in boo culture is about over, tho summit having been reached. But a progressive apiarist, writing from Illinois to Tho National Stockman and Farmer, tells iu addition to the foregoing that it is now confidently expected that instead of foundation having littlo more than tho septum or middle wall, wo will soon have comb as delicato ns that made by tho bees themselves, with colls inch deep or as deep as may bo desired. Advancement Lt NABOTH 10016. Stnndnrd Kulo 0. KocorJ2:lDK. 1807. 7 " Siiieij uy Walsinoham 2108, W. P. WALTON. will mnko tho Bcaon of slro of Lntltudo 2:10K nnd or 8 othori In tho list. THE WINDMILL. The Fig-ar- MORELHND. w It Alone Do Not Doctor, It Much. I're or VA It Cats In Irrigation made Appliance. Home- - t . Mr. Willlums ami bride, of Knox-villaro visiting- relatives in tliu Peyton's Woll neighborhood. Mrs. Williams was Mian Sullio Wulkor, u nloco of Mrs. S. M. Helm. Bon Forrlll received u voucher for colt killMo for Tho Nullor, ed by.tho cars ut tho Moroland crossing some weeks ago. lien being a man of very few words, accepted the amount - o, without argument. Undo Jesso Carter, ouivolllolont P. M., is HUtTertng from tho cITects of an oxcrcBconco upon tho back of Ills right hand resembling a huge wart, which is quite painful nnd will necessitate an operation for IIh removal. j Mrs. M. M. Sandldgo is convalescing. Mrs. Johu D. Myers, accompanied by their family physician, Dr. Kdivurd Al-- . corn, visited the bedside of her daugh- tor, Miss Lizzie, who Is very ill at tho homo of Hud Myers In Tennessee; J. O. P. McAlistor bus broken ground here for a handsome new residence on tho land recently purchased from Hon. ' B. King and qtilto u number of new residences are in course of erection, ' dotting tho landscape urouud tho city. If somo one with an eye to buslnesn and a small capital would open a llrst-claboarding liouso hero, woknow of no better loealton along tho C. S. road. Traveling men are forced to go up to Hustonvlllo for Hotel accommodations' and many more stop off, at Junction City. Tho right man would do well hero. What might have proved quite n catastrophe was narrowly averted one night last week, by the giving away of a verandah nt tho old Augden Urhlg- water house. A reception f was being hold in honor of tho 40th birth day of J. D. Dalton and quite a number of young people occupied twnts ujon tho voranduh at tho time. Luckily two acts of abutters bolow checked the J ss de-sce- Tho proper tinio to begin tho practico farriery is when the foals arc young. Attend to their foot early and often. Tho writer has found them cripples at 14 days of age. Look at them carefully soon after they are foaled and continno this care, if yon would havo sound, serviceable horses, at short intervals, and use only tho rasp on tho surface of tho feet to truo and balance them nnd keep them at proper angles to tho limbs they support No knifo is needed for uro on tho foot, for tho sole, bars and frog should never bo removed with tho knifo unless there should bo thrush or injury. Then all of tho diseased portions of tho frog should bo carefully removed with the knifo and something applied to purify tho parts and assist nature in healing them. Tho best thing the writer kuows of for this purpose is of yi!f,wfl cj 3 1 XOIUIAL VOOT. I plain borax. Another very important matter in tho caro of tho feet of horses is that of having tho shoes removed aud rcsot or now ones put on, as tho caso may require, every thrco weeks. This is all important, and tho feet cannot bo kept trued) balanced and at a proper anglo to tho limbs they support if tho shoes aro allowed to remain on too long without removal, as directed. It must bo borne in mind that a foot in a healthy state of growth grows about of an inch each month and grows irregularly, at times very threo-cighth- fl irregularly. need "protection," tin it is called, by placing many different Forts of things besides tho shoo on tho bottom of it Tho oxperieneo of tho writer has been to him It is an erroneous idea that tho foot three-eight- h . ( i f. J.Si f h i i' iv - ". 1 i ,th EC1-2D- r Tho construction of tho foot tho horny box consists of an ontsido horn, wall; tho bars, cousidored by "' inyourhat'Thattminlsacand authorities as a continuation of , either lor poueo jung--tho wall, tho frog and tho solo. Neither city clerk, as a movement is on foot to of theso substances has cither blood or incorporate our town und elect a full nerves aud is of course iuscusiblo to ' complement of tho abovo officials. Tho pain. In preparing tho foot for tho shoo of thixui nhnnlil tin wmnvM nioonthard niiino Moroland has had tho mis fihj a tiling 01 mo tho wall and fo much of tho bars and fortune to carry will polo as rasp reach it past and tho much talked of coming of around tho wallwillsurfaco asto is moved truo aud tho at Push a good a reality. prosperity balance tho foot and place it at tho ' , T thing nlong. proper augiu a il. 11 1. nuw, ia At. 10 mc nniu. u uio foot is prepared for tho adjustment of the Gcttlns Itld of Tree Stump. The Southern Baptist convention will shoo in this manner, there will bo no In many gardens where largo trees Cenplaco a lot of tar room left in which to bo woll attended by persons ftom blow down or fall in some other way tral Kentucky elected as delegates from and oakum. Well and good. As such tree stumps becomo a serious inconventhings are only a tho churches in tho Blue firass. Tho fjreat detriment ience, nnd tho question often arises as Chesapeake tfOhlo Ky. has made n to tho ho ul tli to how best to removo them. A writer round trip rutc of ono fare (which is and comfort of tells in Median's Monthly that ho re810.85 from Lexington) from all sta tho foot, it is for- cently saw a caso of this kind in which tunate that there augur holes were being mado and gun tions, good going May 3rd to 7th inclu15 days, with is left no room powder used to blow tho huge stump sive and good roturnlug for them. Tho into fragments. In many cases this is l"i days further extension privilege of not It is foot need and icult a dcsirablo practice. stump not diffof time at Wilmington, if desired. Two by first to get rid of tho must havo air, u . : ... limited vestlbulcd trains leave Lexingfree circulation i chopping oil foiuo 01 tho long roots with M. dally ton at 11:W A. M. und S::5 V. of it all around i -nu nx liml tlic digging a deep hole near and arrive at Wilmington via historic them, and they nnd with a lever rolling tho stump into Klchmond and Petersburg at 5:45 i M. cannot be kept tho hole, thns burying it. It 'is by no means a costly way of getting rid of nn No other in u proper and 0::J0 a. m. respectively. tough job of health if expensive trouble. Many lino is as rich iu scenic and historical important may bo lightened by a littlo forethought this oints of Interest as tho C. & O., as a requirement is slnglo glance at Its. map will bhow. Jupan Millet. denied them. Oh, Passongcra will be given choice of Tho Japanese millets which havo been what a lot of in routes either by Lynchburg or Stanton ventions thoro growu iu this country aro largo and and Charlottavillo and may if they de- CNDKKSIDK OF NOKMAI. nro for sale to coarbc. Several varieties, tested nt tho FOOT. sire, slop on at Covington, Va., and vistry to improve, cu Massachusetts (Hatch) experiment staI it tho world famous Virginia Hot nature There uro hoof ointments, tion, grow to tho height of 5 or 6 when ripo yielded at tho rate Springs. Information will bo cheer- springs of various kinds, bar shoes, pads feet, and91 of 28 bushels of seed and 2 to 0J fully glveq on receipt of advice. Geo. mndo of rubber and various stuffs, shoes tons to of straw. Tho seed represented tho with rubber inserted into them at tho W. Barney, dlv. pass, agt., Lexington, ground surface, and tho latest of all of total valuo as a cattlo food, for tho K- tho useless tilings to beat nature that straw was too coarse and unpalatablo to varieto animals. If bo IXCOMPAKAHLtt. Thosorvlco on tho tho writer has yot seen is a steel plato tiesacceptable bo mado useful thesohay, it for can ever nailed to tho foot between tho shoo nud Queen & Crescent fast trains South Through Pullman drawing room sleep-er- tho wall and made to take the bearing must bo by sowing very thickly and when very green and somewhat imStandard vestlbulcd day coaches off tho frog This thing covers tho wholo Ele- surfaco of tho foot, and there is packed mature. Couutry Gentleman, authority and Bmoklng rooms.) (lavatories gant cafo, parlor und observation cars. iu between tin's nnd the sole, bars and for tho foregoing, advises thoso who Twenty-fou- r hours Cincinnati to Flori- frog some composition called a dressing, to test theso millets to eavo only a da or to New Orleans, W. C. Kineak-SO- thuB completely shutting out tho air. small ami as a trial crop. gen'l pass'r agt., Cincinnati, O. Tho experieuco of tho writer lias conNotr and Note. vinced him that it is not requisite or Electricity on farms has passed tho beneficial to the proper condition aud comfort of tho foot to havo tho frog con- experimental stago in Germany. fined in nny wny, cither by resting upon It is bolieved that prices of horses will tho bar of a nhoo or upon n steel plato. advance in the near future. Ono of theso will bo found as harmful No satisfactory remedy has been found ns the other. As far as the frog itself is for tho vyorms that infest tho cigars aud concerned, the steel plate will exerciso smoking tobacco. a more baneful iuflueuco thau tho bar scab of the shoo, as it covers tho entire foot , A simplo safeguard against yt to is 3 soaking tho cut tubers from purface, Tho frog is provided us a cushhours in from 2 to 2 ounces corrosivo l'ltrtlt li'.7l:iK iiiviu.ttnna Iher wlih to pro tct EftoUM pruer-i- j n r 3U:i Ihrauch oul ion; its rubberlike consistency should bo sublimate to 15 gallons of water. aconc.v. lurenlur a l: n'iuai,n uooit containing convincing proof of this, R. Boylston cuft l t'fttciiti, uih:o of u ou'durc, eta, and Hall iu Horseman. At tho experiment stations homo grown U r.c ftanit other rrttl seed iwtaroes generally gave slightly 3 wanted, forn'blchlarRerami Our'.ht.if tiVi.-,tcf rvuuy nreoflfcriNt, rent vrJih thrMtnuat.lree. Kaffir corn appears to be an articlo better results than seed from abroad, differ-encitt iiini iivntser3 tor pntcnu procurea throus'i mi' .ifiyn y. ra:ch ofllcc In all iht that is overbcomed It cortain.v is not and at tho southern stations tho was c.;!iij umlln ell lorolsa couutrlcs. in favor of homo growu seed in a region where our rich needed T'::.rJP.n's American corn with Itj heavy, wop of very marked. 0. J. a.ULrv, Member, Limo paves tho wny for clover on good, big ears can be growu Iu any ease ? HLUJVJ CT., CINCINNATI, O Kaffir com will not grow in the colder mueii Luid that otberwiso refuses to grow1 clover. ro to mention, thla jtujr parte of tth.e country Be -- In the coureo of Elder J. G. Livingston's discount at the morning services hero Sunday morning, he paid a touching trlbuUi to tho memory of the lato Elder Joseph .Sovornuco, of Stanford, which brought tears to the eyes of ma ,. 0f tho congregation, as ho was woll known and dearly Iwloved by all pres cnt. Elder Livingston preachos hero tho first Lord's day in each month. Should you moot a man of our llttlu city wearing a broad amllo and profcr- lnir to klas all tho babied, etc., mark It rotator In Cellar. There nro many dangers of injury to potatoes kept in cellars. That of boiug frozen is, when it happens, tho worst, but it is always guarded against, so that no caution is needed about that Much greater is tho likelihood that tho potatoes aro kept too warm, and especially if they ore piled in bins. "Somo warmth comes always from potatoes thus massed, and thoso in Jho bin will bo untouched by frost oven when a film of ico will form over water set in vessels on the floor, or tho iwtatoos left outside tho heap havo been frozen. It is doubt tho warmth developed by sprouting tho potato that creates tho warmth that protects tho mass as It slowly rises mrongnir, vtnenu is seen mat potatoes a0 beginning to sprout, thoy should be removed and tho larger sprouts bo ken off. Thoso that aro moant for seed ought never to bo put in a mass, unless in a pit out of doors, and then they should 1)0 got out aud exposed to air aud light so soon as tho weather begins to grow worm. American Cultivator. bro-nnn- n convincing proof that nature has provided all tho protection that is necessary for tho bottomf tho foot. If this natural protection is allowed to remain in tho foot, there will bo no neod of tar. oakum, leather, etc., to take ltd place In root, u tho nuturul ' protection," so called, is left undisturbed, there will bo no room at tho bottom of tho foot for anything to bo applied except tho shoo ithClf. """" -- I I - Wind, gonerally speaking, is abundant everywhere and should bo utilized more as a motive power. Other countries nro ahcod of us in this respect With proper! appliances, wind power is nearly always available and effective It is also cheap. It is tho part of wisdom for f armors to mnko uso of tho wind for raising water and doing odd jobs about tho farm. Whilo wo accord to scientific achievement high encomiums in tho realm of steam aud electrical appliances for tho -generation aud utilization of tho mighty forces so controlled, yet tho windmill of My flno snddlo stallion, the most modern manufacture is not necessarily a more effective machiuo than thoso mado in tho years long gouo by. It is very apt to bo a better looking af- will also make tho present senoa nt the low prlco of 88 to Insure n living colt. Ho Is bred nnd a sure foil getter. I will nlso stand fair, but it is doubtful if auy of tho fin do sieclo air machines will pump more water or chum more butter than thoso of simpler type. A writer in Tho IrrigaNote. Owing to the hard times nnd tho low prlco of stock, I have greatly reduced seation Age, tho source of tho foregoiug, son fco of ray horses nnd jacksj-nnconsidering their Individuality nnd breeding, thoy says: An up to dato wind motor, as it is stand lower than uny In tho Stntc.QStabto two miles south of Hustonvllle on tho Moroland called, may cost 8150 aud bo well worth & Carpenter's Station pike. J. K. BAUGHMAN, Hustonvllle, Ky. that sum to uuy former, but it is comparatively easy for a man with "gumpI will stand my nlco . tion" to organize a homemado windmill that will accomplish a big amount of Tlio great hornless bull, will bo insured to work both by day and by night. Tho get muly calves from uny kind of cons, or not. for saino breezo grinds his corn and saws whether tho cows havo horns HACICLEV. 5. A sure foal getter, nt $5 to Insure a colt four J. T. G. A. LACKEY, mouths old. his firewood, fills tlio water tank and 12 DnuviUo Pike, 3 miles from Stanford. irrigates tho orchard or garden. Wo aro Hearing tho timo when nil sorts of wind The Imported French Coach Stallion, motors will bo used to geiicrato electrical power to bo stored for uso in heating and lighting country households and Itaco tecord 2:24f. fifth heat on lf mllo track. to propel farm machinery nud vehicles. Will mnko tho season of 1S07 at my stables It is alleged that the Now Jersey Iusano PIred hv Itienzt. Illcnzl wns sired by near Shelby Cltv, asylum is lighted by electricity genernnd out of Hlundlna. by Matnbrlno ing colt. PartingKy., at SIO to Insure a livwith maro or ated from n dynamo moved by a wind- Chluf. lVnco's dnm was by Alniont Forrest, of tlio county forfeits Insurance. moving out , son of Alinont. Second 'dnm bv Garrard mill of tho most simplo construction aud Chief. Furleux Isn rich bay. with small strip in face, stands full IU hands and weighs very moderate cost. Potico Is a fine Individual, standing 1G the pounds. '.'00 flue acA farmer in Sonoma county, Cal., has hands high, dark brown. crfectly sound tion nnd should Has good stylo and the buydroduco what a queer looking windmill, which does and u horo of creat speed. Ho hus' gone a ers arc now looking for Just nctlvo drivlarge, 2:12. yeoman service in filling tho water tank. mile Inplaco 3 Will make tho season of 180" ers nud saddlors. Call and seo him nnd exmiles from Stanford, on tho amine his pedigree, both of which at my will Tho machiuo is of simplo construction, Ilustbnvllle pike, at And superb. but Is nniqnc. A box without top and Will nlo stnnd tlio splendid Jennet Jack, Ten Dollars to Insure a Living Colt. nlso open at tho bottom is mndo of upEmperor 27 at SO for mares and S10 for Jennets; same terms as horse. right boards 0 feet long, tho insido diWill also stand n good Mulo .Inck I. S. TEVIS. Shelby City, Ky. mensions of tho box being 4 by 17 feet At Five Dollars to Insure a Living Colt. and 0 feet iu height This is merely placed on tho ground, and across tho top, Mures parted with or bred to other stock midway of tho length, is placed n shaft forfeits Insurance and makes season money to which tho onus carrying tho sails aro due. Caro taken to prevent accidents, 3SC2 fastened. As tho sails rovolvo thoso responsible, should any occur. Maresbut not Standard. grazed abovo tho bax, of course, catch tho force at reasonable rates. Mnck stallion, foaled ISSt; 1S hands of tho wind, while thoso below, within high and a model every way. Ho was sired T. A. COULTER. Stanford. tho box, aro protected so that the wheel bv the great Dictator 113. First dam Al Ico by Alinont 33, record 2,30; 2d dam by Noris ulways iu a condition of nnstablo man 25; 3d dam Young Twyman mure. Will : equilibriuim ; hcuce moves on and on tnuko tho season at my stable, under tho force of even a slight breeze and does good work at tho pump. At $10 to Insure a Living; Colt. stallion, 10 handshlgh. SirTho main object in calling attention edCombined bay Messenger, ho by Messenger by Alnlnllah George Dictator 3SG2 has proven a to homemado appliances is merely to Chief, sire of Maud Messenger, 2:10. En- did breeder of speed, style and nction. splenpoint out to the man who could no glish Hunter's dam by Denny's Drennon, ho I will also stand him buy a complete machino of modern typo by Imported Drenno'u. I will stand Shelseason from composed largely or wholly of motal thisCity, on at mv stable milesTurnersvIIIc the fCnoh Lick and by that ho may provido himself mainly by plko at At S3 to insure a living colt. Seo my stock his own labor with an effective machiuo $5 To Xasura A Living1 Colt. before j'ou breed. M. S. BAUGHMAN. of that kind. When the necessity of Stanford, Ky. economy is not pressing, howover, it Money duo wijen colt Is foaled or mnro part- will bo found generally best to buy the eu with. I will also stand one lino young most approved types of modern windmills, mado largely of iron and steel. 15 MORGAN 050 pounds. Black hands Such machines aro very durable, and with whitehigh, weighs by the great champoints. Sired whilo they may not bo able to do more pion Jack, Tom Klne, whoso reputation nn Morgan Denmark Is a bay stallion, IS a breeder Is know far and near. Ilob Tail's o or better work than somo types of dam by Levi Hubble's Prince, better known bauds high. Ho Is splendidly bred as a machines thoy givo better satis- ns Hob Tall. Ilubble's 1'rlnco was said to glnnco nt his pedigree will show. He will faction all around than anything which breed finer mules thau any jack that ever mnko tho present season of 1807 at our statho former might himself rnako at a stood in this count. Itemcmber Prince, wns ble, on the new Lancaster plko, 5 miles from cost enough less to provo an incentive tlio sire of Joo Illnckburn nnd Hrlgnoll for Danville, at 84,000 to undertake! tho tnsb. Thn nolnt. m 'i which Sir. Hubble could imvo gottenbrought " InHA ut lllniil'liiimi ntwk ,. tiv viiu tltini mai inui,iimiu ntuuv is: uct a windmill. Uet tJio bost ouo $1,000. iituvi TaH will mak tho present Living 'Colt. u $3 To Insuro A Itob possible. If nblo, get ono made of steel nt FIVE DOLLAK5 to Insure n living 10 B. F. POWELL. or iron; if not of theso, thou let it bo of colt. Care taken to prevent nccldcnts but not type. But if you responsible should any" occur. wood and of tho best LI cauuot buy ouo of these, don't go with- WALLACE DENMARK 55. ey. in retained on colts for the season monMares traded beforo fact is ascertained windmill, llako one. out a by Messengor Duroc 108, son of Hamblotonlan and slro of Elaine 2:20, tho dam of Norlnlnc, yearling record 2:31. 2 dam Bess Sister to James Howell, Jr., by Hamblotonlan 10, slro of Dexter 2: 17. 3 dam Jessie Sayrc by Harry Clay 45. Mro of tho dams of St. Julian 21IJi. Bodtno 2:1U' nnd 12 more that havo produced 2:30 trotters; nlso slro of tho dam of Electioneer, slro of 130 In the 2:30 list. J dum by Llbertj--, son of Lance, by American Eclipse. Walslngham 21C0, slro of Nnboth, Is ono of tlio youngest sons of George Wilkes 510, record 2:22, who sired Hurry Wilkes 2: 13. Quy Wilkes 2:15, Mlko Wilkes 2:15, Wilcox 2:1(1 and C2 others In tho 2:30 list: also 41 producing sonsnnd 10 producing daughters Note. Nnboth Is a bay horse, 10 hands high, foaled Juno 28, 1888. Ills pcdlgrco contains tho blood of Hamblotonlan, George Wilkes, Mnmbrlno Wilkes, Pilot, Jr., nnd Hnrry Clay. 1 damTlnso' v t $15to IrLSiire a, XjiTrirLg1 Oolt. 4. '.A WILLIAM L., sffl fri clo-gan- tly TltfO COOD JHCKS KT $7. n ISed. 33-u.rle3- 7 PENCE one-ha- FURIEUX 1594. Hcl-nio- nt -- George Dictator, ENGLISH HUNTER. U TWO GOOD JHCKS BOB TIIj, DENMARK. homo-mad- w nrrl I V I sea-so- "1. o ... do-gre- 11 a. cut-tiu- g do-si- ro m mm y Patonts Wanted. ln(p.-mctla- n, o Vrli.-jp-i- " Fnocness. The Standard Darrol. The New York stato law passed lafct spring requires tho barrel used in handling apples, quiuces, pears nnd potatoes to represent o quantity equal to 100 quarts of green or dried measure. In buying or selling such articles by tho barrel, it is understood that this standard is intended. When potatoes aro sold by weight tho quantity constituting a barrel must bo 172 itounds. Tho law provides that no ono in tho stnto shall uso barrels mado for tho salo of theso articles of a sizo less than that specified under penalty of 5 for every such package mado or used. Tho Ohio law is very iaulty in tho respect that no provision is mado for penalty in caso of violation. It is therefore inoperativo. Tho statuto provides that this Ohio standard barrel shall contain Ul4 galloiiB liquid measure, whilo thaso for tho pnrposo of handling apples, potatoes, onions, etc., shall havo a stave 28. inches long, with cut heads of 17 inches diameter, and shall measure at tho bulgo not less than 60 inches in circumference, outsido measure. This barrel is favored by neither tho Applo Shippers' association nor tho National Lcaguo of Commission Merchants, says Tho American Agriculturist Ilet Varieties or Wheat. Tho best varioties of wheat aro thoso adapted to tho 6oiI and climate in wbicli they nro grown. A variety that succeeds best in one locality is often a failure iu another. A few of tho most promising varieties of fall or winter wheats that havo general adaptation to tho winter wheat belt of tho United States, from which tho farmer can mnko his selections for experiment, nro Fultz, Mediterranean, Amber or Red Fultz, Rudy, Jones' Wintor Fife, Red Wonder, Reliable, Harvest King, Valley, Tasmania Red aud Pool. Theso nro all well known, hardy kiuds, and with a very littlo extra expense tho farmer could find out which of these varieties would bo best suited to his location If somo now varieties should bo offered by the sccdmeu, test them nlso, in a small way at first, and, if found a success, then givo 'it n full test, advises a writer in J The Prairie Farmer. makes season money due. Morgan Denmark wns foaled in 1S80. Hols Hy Sumpter Denmark, Jr., ho by Goddnrd's by On Time, son of Stonewall Jackson. 1st Denmark, he by Gaines & Cromwell's Den- dam Lndv Morgan, by Stonewall Jackson; mark, ho by tho raeo liorso Denmark, ho by 2nd dam iiy Vlrglulus"; 3rd dam by Matchless Imp. Hedgeford. First dam Faniiio Wallnco and 4th dam by Transby. HO, by Sir Wallace; 2nd dam by Vlrglulus; Morgan Denmark Is one of the Itest bred 3rd dnm a Whip mare. snddlo stallions in Kentucky. Has good mane and tall nnd good, long, rangy neck. SIO TH12 INSURANCE. Don't fall to see him. will ah.o stand TWO GOOD MULE JACKS nt S6 to Insuro. L13XEL 262. Marcs grazed nt SI. SO per month. HAUGHMAN DUOS., Sixteen hands high and a perfect model. 12 Danville, Ky. He Is by Wallnco Denmark 5.1 seo his pedigree allove. Loel's llrst dam Mag UT, bv Vldetle. bv Vlndev, bv Mood's Mack Hawk", ! ho by Old Mack Hawk. 2nd dam Julia Wallace, by Sir Wallace, ho by Todhunter's Sir Wallace, ho by Sir Alltert, thoroughbred. I will stand this Jack at Silas Anderson's 3rd dam by Vlrglulus. 4th dum a Whip Mare. old stnnd 3 miles west of 1'reachcrM'lllo on tho Stanford & FreachcrM'Illopiku SIO THIS INSURANCE. !): JUMBO At $5 to Insure a Colt BRIGJTOLTJS. nrignolus Is by Hrlgnoll, Hubblu's premium jack, ho by "Prince, lietter known as Hob Tall, who brought SI, S00 to a California party. Hrlgnolus'dam by Giant, Caldwells' great show jack. Hrlgnoliis Is black throughout with white points and of Hue slzu and good bone. SO To get up nnd suck und walk around tho maro, no colt, no pay. If tho mart) Is traded or removed from tho neighborhood without satisfying mo that sho is not In foal, the season Is forfeited nnd the JOHN II. ANDEUSON. money Is due. Tho Combined Saddle and Harness Stnlllon, M Season money Is duo on all mares bred to my stock when they are either removed, traded or bred to other stock. Sto'k committed to my caro will receive my personal attention. 291. J. STEELE OAHPENTFH. Hy Chester Dare 10; hu by Mack Squirrel 12 Hustonvllle, Ky. 1st dnm Mack Hess, by Dourbon Mue, slro of Sorghum 2 18 J; Hilly Bourbon 2 22, Leo W. 2 23JJ. etc. 2d dam Lady Drennan, by Young's Drennan, ho by Dupeo's Drennan. 3d dum by Old Huven. Chester Dare 10, by Black Squirrel 58, by Mack Eagle 74. Vt'dam UV I);ivo Aiken. 2d dam by Old Van. by MaJor'Hrecklnridgo, etc. Muck Soulrrel SS. bv Mai-twin ?4. flro of King William, etc. Dam by llrown's On Mbin Street, Stanford, Mvnianucr. 'King Chester 201 Is 6 years old. 10 hands ? high, dark bay without white. Standard registered In N. S. II. H. Ho goes all tho Apply to gaits very fast, bolng ahlu to show n 2 30 gait In harness or rncklng under tho saddle. Ho Is tho fastest nnd moststvllsli large horso In Kent tick-- . Ho took tho premium In tho greatest show ring ever shown In America, viz: tho Harness Stallion ICiug at tlio great St. Louis Fair In 1803, where ho defeated aWW thri WU hare learned ditcounta on winners of tlio World's Fair Premium andtho In Winger's Specfar tSo IHyh Grade 18!)7 which wero 18 of the most furaous horses in a E. 11. Winger, that over contested colts show ring. Ho Is a Paltm ana warranted, grand breeder, his having high stylo Station 11, Chicago. and action and being the winners for tho past two years of tho Model Hlng premiums Who can think at tho Danville Fair, defeating a number of or foma eimine celebrated aged horses. He will Wanted-- An stand at thing to patent? miles from Danville at SIR to Protect your Idraxj thrr may bring you wraith. my farm 1 Wr.'lo JOHN WEDDEUUtmN CO., Pateat Atlor. Insure. a premium Jack nt S6. Also BeyA Waibtocton, D. C, for their 1.800 prue offer GEO. P. ANDEKSON, DanvUle. ai4 Ut ol two buadred taTMtleas wasted. THE INSURANCE. .TJ w r KingChester ,w it. to il TORE ROOM 'Az i. w k FOE. W. HEHST-l- V. d' i F. WALTON. J M 'NY i 'At Idea ' '( : i' Mti 1 . . a c'b. U -'- vr. ' :rA s 1 . V. . t. ' r - in M ( ' l ' t ; - V THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Stanford, Ky., FACTS IN A FEW LINES. The average walking pace of a healthy man or woman is said to be 76 steps a minute. - May 7, 1897 I I E. C. Walton, Business Manager. hf ii i r.r a "5 I. In Europe people have more time op( a lm opened in May 3, '1)7. H. C. Wauuex. merely curions experimentation than wo Switzerland at a spot 5,000 feet up in of tb of this now couutry hnve. Mr. Cosanr Is situated Jntho Southern part tflo mountains. J! nek tin's Arnica iyalre, Blue Grass section, about 100 miles south- Ewnrt, professor of unturnl history in Nearly all tho rivers in west Africa Tho icst salte In tho wort J for cut,, brutes the University of Edinburgh, is ono of east of Louisville. The Knoxvllle divistho gcntlemeu engaged in curious ex- within 1,000 miles east and west of mw, ulcere nil rheum, fever sores. Idler, handi. chilblains otirni'n'i.t alt skin eruption. Ashanti yield gold. It llllveijr cures piles or noimy rvulreit. It It ion of tho Louisvillo and Nashville periments. jvrfeet satisfaction or to Fuchiro, begonias, primulas nnd vio- Kuara.itroll'rtwgivecviiti cr box. Fur sjIomoney reProfessor Ewnrt wished to settle tho t funded, the county from East to West and v. H. ts the second foal of a lets require littlo sunshine, roses more, Mcllobcrts, DrtigKUl. question from North to xnaro by whether sire from tho Cincinnati Southern a different that of tho and cactuses most of all. Something to Know South. Campbell is tho author of tho quotatiirthe,K to k'Miw that the II in r te worth tion, "Liko angel visits, few and far very tvst iiinlliliie for Stanford, tho county seat, ia situated the llrvl out i system to a heltliy gat Is Klcrtrlc lllltert. is found in "The Pleasures between." It & N.. nino miles immediately on tho L. This medicine is purely TjU't.i!ile sets by glrlliR chap-iictl tra-vers- Lincoln County, Ky. Artesian wells tako their nnmo from having been first introduced nt Artois, in Franco. QUEER CREATURE. Taking It year in and year out, tho Remit of CroM lletwecn Vonj Dam and coldest hour of each 24 is 5 o'olock in 1 Male Zebra. tho morning. R. C. WARREN FOR COUNTY JUDGE. At thi solicitation of my fellow citi zens, for months, from overy part of this county. I am a candidate for the olllco of Judge of tho Lincoln County Court, and my nnmo will bo pruaontcd l for said olllco to the convention of democrats who meet In Stanford on tho 15th Inst, for tho purpose of selecting candidates for county otllecs. i H ' ,f M ,... r ' A Koadator. Horsemen aro beginning to realize that a good roadster of on accepted typo, properly broken and bitted, is worth more than a poor track performer in fact that such animals are very scarce and that their owners may ask and receive their own prices for them. There is abundance of tho very best material in tho American trotter from which tho ideal roadster could .be bred. What is wanted is an animal that can travel right along on the rood pulling any vehicle from tho light buggy or road wagon to a roundabout or surrey. He should bo ablo to do a turn at a three minute gait when required, show stylo and action without weight or other artificial devices, should possess a true, open gait without bootiug of any sort, and last, but uot least he should be even try. After reading this description of Lin- tempered, level headed and properly are not many such horses coln county and you desire to purchase a bitted. There to be had, and therein lies tho breeder's cheap and arm or town property, opportunity. e writo to us for a list and Thumps la Hogs. the advantage of thU cjuaty bo You ask what to do for it I say feed fore locating. your brood sow differently. If you don't, Queen & Crc-ce- you are sure to have that disease which To The North Routo has inaugurated a service has taken off so many thousand pigs. If of observation cars on tho famous Blue you have the disease, sometimes it is Grass Vestibule between Cincinnati good to apply coal oil on the stomach of ed Lexington. Free parlor ears and the pig. bathing him thoroughly and Queen & Crescent Standard vestlbulcd perhaps giving him a little. Another day coaches. Four trains daily to Cin- good thing is to give the pigs exerciso, cinnati with close connections with all and if they .won't take It themselves go trains north. Queen & Crescent trains aro without a peer in tho South. 17 in with a little switch and drivo thorn miles shortest line, unequalled train out. But the best thing is to prevent it train service. W. C. Rlnearson, gon'l and very of ton it is wisest to take a club and give them ono more thump and pase'r agt., Cincinnati, O. m get out of it in that way If thoy wear COMFOKT. No emoke, dust or cin- the disease out tho pigs will never ders on Queen & Creaeent Route limit- amount to much. We ore justified only ed trains SotJtk. Bockbalkwt. Superb in keeping the kiud of pigs that will re twoina with nrarv comfort, fast timo turn to uj the greatMt profit 8. H. al com-ortable, from Junction City, the junction with the Cincinnati Southern. It is also tho of the Richmond Branch of tho Kentucky Central, making tho railroad facilities as good as any town in the State. Stanford is arriving town of 2,000 inhabitants and is ono of the richest in cash capital of its size any whero It has two 0 banks with an aggregate capital of owned almost and surplus of exclusively by tho people of the town and county These stocks and the other interest bearing bonds mnke $100,000 in dividends distributed annually here. This makes financial matters here always easy and prevents stagnation of trade and business. Tho town has what is claimed to bo tho best water, light and ice plant. The water is pure and never falling and is sufficient for a town of 25,000 inhabitants. There are free schools and a Male Seminary and Female College, churches of the various denominations and the community is a decidedly religious ono. There is no county in the State whero lands are more productive that can be bought as cheaply. It has every advantage and will produco auy agricultural product that Fayette, Bourbon, Woodford or the other central counties, where lands are held at 100 to $275 per acre. Our ands range in price from $10 to $75. The roads are splendid, there being over 1G0 miles of McAdamized turnpikes with iron bridges over streams of importance. More than a million of dollars have been ex tended and the county is practically out of debt ' Diz and Green Rivers, Hanging Fork, Bush, Fishing, Logan and Cedar Creeka are considerable streams and with their tributaries furnish an abundance of stock water and for mill purposes Nearly ev ery farm has never failing springs. The crops are corn, wheat, rye, hemp, tobacco, oats, barley and every variety of grass that grows naturally or is cultivated while froits of every variety grown in the climate are produced in great quantities and of perfect quality. Cattle, mules, hogs, sheep and fine blooded horses are raised in great numbers. Sheep husbandry can be made one of the most profitable industries. There are 16 railway stations in the county and not u residence further than 10 miles from one of them. There are 18 postofflce. The county buildings, such o the jail dc , aro all substantial and in good re pair and but little improvement will bo needed for years. Schools and churches abound throughout tho county, there being 39 of the latter. The auditor's report shows that tho county has advanced in wealth in the last 10 years from the 28th to the 17th in the State and the census shows that its population has increased in numbers as much as that of Boyle; Gar-t.r- d and Madison combined. The elevation is 1,000 feet above the sea level. The water drainage is thorough rendering it free from marsh and swamp and giving complete immunity from malarial disorder, Tho climate is delightfully temperate, free from the vigorou blasts of the North in Winter and from the sultry and parching heat of the South in Summer. Mineral springs, with valuable medicinal properties, abound throughout tho county Crab Orchard, 10 mi'es from the county seat, is one of the oldest and best summer resorts in tho South and has so been recognized for 65 years. The Springs Including about 100 acres of very fine and, is now owned and operated as a Keeley Cure institution and at the same time Is open for visitors during the Sum mer months and hundreds come in search of health, which is always found As a place of pleasure and recreation it to any watering place in the counter-min- li325?C?- - - S WbfcpZP 1300,-00- nALF HORSE, HALF ZEBRA. first one will bear any resemblance? to tho sire of tho former foal. It is often conteuded that this will be tho case. Professor Ewart accordingly bred for tho first time a flue young black pony maro to a zebra sire. The mare and her half zebra colt aro shown in the illustration. Tho colt is black, with fawn colored stripes. If tho maro's noxt foal, from a horse siro, shows any markings resembling zebra stripes in its coloring, then tho theory of " telegony, " as tho notion incut ioued abovo ia called, may be considered proved. Meantime, if thero is any useful, practical outcomo from Professor Ewart's experiment, it will probably lie in tho direction of tho possibility of a breeding a hybrid that will stand tho South African climate. It is well known that horses will not livo in certain ports of South Africa, owing to the .bito of tho tsetse fly, which is fatal to them. As tho mulo is hardier than tho horse, it mar bo that tho zebra hybrid will also provo so. horse-zebr- al-B- O court-hous- o, poor-hous- e, The Ilannlng- Walk. I do not say all horses will rack and go a running walk, but I do say that thero aro very few that will not if properly handled, and they usually get hotter as thoy get older if riddon properly. I have nover seen ono of our famous Kentucky trainers with a horso that he could not make rack and stick to it in one woek. My advice ia to tako the horsa out under the Baddle at night on some quiet street where he will seo no unusual sights and arm yourself, not with a stick, but tho patienco of Job, and ride him at tho trot or cantor until he has tho "wire edgo" off, then pull him down to a walk, and if he ia not ready to walk keep riding him until he is. Out of a walk urge him a little faster, but not into a trot Keep him thore night after night, and ho is a running walker or I will quit tho business. To get him to rack and stick to it got a side check, open bridlo such as is used by trotting horse men and put a pair of riding bridlo reins in tho snafflo bit rings. Now check the horso up pretty high by putting tho check rein under tho stirrup leathors and across tho middle of the saddle and mount You have your horse's head pretty high and nose out but no matter. Take a keen whip, but do not uso it much. Start slow, and with a little play of your reins, patience and n light shoo forward your horso will rack. Ho may not the first time, but ho will if you continue. Do not fret him; be patient If ho does moan tricks, laugh and thank him, but do not striko him. Rarely do that except to givo him animation sufficient to try to do tho thing you aro endeavoring to got him to do and then simply remind him ho is not at his best. Ride often, quietly and keep your horse doing his best always, is the inotta Kentuckian in Breeder 'a Gazette. - inves-igat- .Tho nt ajtteaBortUnfrcClneiBBaU. y of Life. " Cycles aro used in largo numbers iu Johannesburg, South Africa. It is said thero aro 4, 000 in uso by all classes in that place. Wheat, in 100 parts, contnins 14.4 of water; mineral elements, 2; albuminoids, 13; carbohydrates, 67.6; crude fiber, 8, and fats, 1.5. In Connecticut tho rent of farming land is tho most serious item of expense in the production of wheat, being no less than 6.31 per acre. Thero aro several plants of tho wheat family which are perennial and reappear in the same fields or localities from year to year indefinitely. It is uot generally known to farmers that wheat straw is a most valuablo food for stock, containing almost as much nourishment as hay. Tho cocoa palm may well bo deemed the staple of life, as it produces overy essential rcqnisito for tho support of many nations ou tho globe. In 1801 tho wheat crop of tho world was estimated at 2, 187,000,000 bushels of which tho United States raised or over Copper coins woro first introduced into England in tho reign of James I. Previously brass tin, iron and leather tokens were freely circulated. Tho cost of housing wheat after thrashing Is greater in tho New England states, averaging from 68 cents in Vermont to 06 cents in Massachusetts. The first race of French kings was called tho Merovingian dynasty, and it lasted 271 years, during which events occurred which altered tho aspect of tho world. The Peninsular war was the war carried on between tho years 1808 and 1814 by the British, Spanish and Portuguese forces in Spain and Portugal against the French. The center of a flower bed or a flower box is the point to start from when filling In the flowers. Begin with the tallest and brightest varieties and finish with the dwarf and lighter torts. The birthplace of the queen overlooks the pablio gardens at Kensington, and tho suggestion is made that the board of works should place a tablet recording the fact under tho window of the room, Tho result of tho quinquennial census in inner London shows that tho population, which on March 20, 1891, was 4,211,743, was on March 29, 1800, 4,411,271, an increaso of 200,528 for the five years. Henry VIII was tho first king of England who assumed tho titlo of "majesty." Before that reign tho sovereigns were addressed as "my licgo" and "your grace, " the latter of which epithets was originally conferred on Henry IV. Andrew Cameron, diver, at work on Loch Treig, dived to a depth of 200 feet This, it is Bald, is tho greatest depth ever reached by submarino diving. Up till this tho record dive was that at BruBBolfl, whero a diver named Valmont reached tho depth of 100 feet Even by his bitterest assailants it was not urged to Bacon's discredit that ho had in thousands of cases accepted tho gifts of successful suitors after tho trial Bacon was not tho first chancellor of a lofty nature to bo accused of perverting justice for tho sako of gold. A novel means of protecting a cash-bo- x from marauding fingers has been hit upon by a certain merchant of Budapest Ho sprinkles tho box with a certain powder, which has tho peculiar effect of dyeing tho skin bloo, tho color being Intensified by washing and resisting tho persuasions of soap. At Marlborough houso there is moro ceremony, socially spooking, than at Sandringham. A number of servants herald your arrival or departure, and thero aro usually two Bcrvanta standing outside your room door when you aro staying in tho house, and a man behind the chair of overy guest at mealtime. A novel way of illuminating a tunnel has been dovisod in Paris. Reflectors throw light from many electric lamps 10 feet abovo the roils to tho sides of tho tunnel, whero it his again reflected by burnished tin, a soft and agreeable light Tho trains automatically turn tho current on and off in entering and leaving tho tuhnoL There is no specific against seasickness. All depends on tho constitution as to tho duration of tho attack. Whon first going to sea, a very good plan is to tio a shawl tightly around tho waist and sit upright on the cabin floor or on dock until tho stomach has got accustomed to tho sea air and tho motion of tbo&hip. Most medical men consider that a cold bath every morning is apt to do more harm than good to any but persons of a very vigorous constitution. Tho sensible thing to do la to see that tho temperature of the water in cold weather is not lower than that of the air. A daily bath is moat healthful, bat it should not be so cold a to give abook to tta 012,-000,00- 0, ono-fourt- h. -- tone to tho nerru centre in the MouikcIi gently stimulates tho liter and kldir)s nd kids thro In throwhuoir Impurities I the Mom). Klec-trHitter Improve the p'tlle, aids dli;etloi abd is pronuti rvd by tlxw who hsre tried It. s the very liest blood purifier nd liervc to Ic. Try It Sold for WkisndJI bottle at W. 11. drugstore. ie tr Tht GraniUtl Kemtdy. Mr. It. II. (Irecre, merchaut.of Chllhowle. Ya., certifies that he had consumption, was itlren up to die. fought all medical treatment that money could cough remedies ha could of, Cnicurp, tried all spent many nights silting hearIn no relief; a tin chair; was Induced to try Ir. King's New IHikvt. cry and was cured by the ue of two tuttle. For pan three years rus been attemllug to buslnes and g;s I)r King's New Dlvoiery Is thn grandest remedy ever msde ss it h mlu o so much for him for i.tlitv In lil. vtmiininltv- - l)r. lvlDff's ml 'ew Discovery is gusnnteeti for coughs, colds and consumption, u una i iij. vuiues inv w. ii, .Mri(oierts'iriii store. li rii EARN MONEY. The NIOKELL MAGAZINE wants good reliable agenic to canvas for subscriptions A verv (rood rate of exsh commiion will be given, or biryclo premiums if preferred. All inntcrinl nnd Earn pie copies furnished free. Apply nt once. The Nickell Magazine, lkton, Mum 180 Summer Street, Blue - Grass Nurseries. SPRING, 1897. tent thing for Orchani, Lawn and Gar dtn Pull iloch of Ornamental and Fmit Tree, Grave I'iiim, Atparagtu and Small Fnt its. ne employ no agents but tell at prices direct to 'the planter. Ttlcphone in ojlice. Strauberry and general Xursery Catalomtes on application to 11 fl." ir-i- ng HlLUiSMYER, YIARS Jxxington, Ky XPIRWHOt. s land No. 30. 800 acres good, Ky., 12 miles situated In Franklin county, North of Frankfort, tho capital of Kentucky. Moderate- dwelling of six roomsj J. H. 80WDER, MANAGER. threo tobacco barns; under good fence, on good pike, three good orchnrds. Public miles school on farm. Ono nnd 300 acres in grass Rnd timothy. to church. BUILDING: This is a good stock farm nnd produces Writ For of Proptrtios well all kinds of grain, hemp nnd tobacS&lo. For co. A splendid bargain. Price, 116 per I. N. N. 1.11ml Excursions conducted, Fnctorlcs ncrc. Loi'iited, linns Negotiated, Abstracts No. 40. Farm of 107 ncres, four miles Furnished, ltvnta Collected. Writo to from Crnb Orchaad, Ky. Sixty acre of J II. SOWDEH, Stanford, Ky. river bottom land well sot in clover and No 35 One Drlck Hotel contning nine timothy. 25 or 80e.re3 of corn land; balrooms, three halls, one pantry, three Inrgc ance In pasture and timber. Good dwellcloset?, three porches, one being n doublo ing and barn, garden and orchard. SplenUnder good water. nnd two single; water throughout tho did building, both hot and cold. Thero In a fence. Close to good school and church. cUtern mid two well, ono of tho wells be- Price, f 1,000; 1600 cash, balance in ono ing the finest of mineral water. Ono hy- and two years. drant, force of which will throw water No. 41. 250 acres, six mllos from Crab over the top of tho luiililing. This brick Orchard. About 100 acres In cultivation, building alono cost 14,000, besides on the about 40 In urass. Dwelling of four rooms same ot thero are twt other business two tenant houses, two good, largo barns, hoiisip, ono occupied with up- good garden, small orchard, splendid, per etory of which contains four rooms g water both for domestic and and hall. Other building, which is 18x25 stock purposes, situated on good road. feet, Is occupied with and there This Is a splendid stock farm. Price, 0 are three rooms abovo. A outbuildings, W. E. P. cash In hand. good barn, buggy house, etc.; In fact all No. 42. Garrard county farm of 244 outbuilding necessary. Nice brick walks acres. Frame dwelling of eight rooms. all nround premise. and In within 100 yards of It. 1. Junction and depot and on Good barn and ncceisaty outbuildings. , remainder good pike, one tulle from county seat, About 1)0 acres In cultivation. All under good schools andchcrchcs. This hotel is in high state of Roodfenrc. Good orchard and splendid elegantly furnished; now Insured for g water. Total cost of this hotel property, garden. Plenty of Situated on good pike. Close to good furniture-- Ac, 7 600. Present price, half cash and balance in one and two school and church and In good neighborhood, and near to two railroads. Price, years. T. L. S. cash, balance in 135 per acre; No, 30, Farm containing 175 acres, on ono and two years. J. B. C. good pike, three miles from county seat; No. 43. Garrard county farm of 163 in high fitatoof cultivation; buildings acres, 2J miles from Paint Lick, Lowell W. A. T. Price, 16,000. and Hyattsvllle ThU is an excellent No. 37. Farm of 33S acres, three miles hemp and tobacco farm. Large barn, from county seat and on good pike. This good, comfortable dwelling, two tenant is and A 1 Farm, in high stato houses. Under good fence; good orchani of cult vatlon. Splendid dwelling of nine and garden. Plenty of warooms, two tenant houses, splendid barn ter. Price, f3,500; d cash, baland all necessary outbuildings; under good ance In ono and two years. J. B. C. fence. Land very productive in fact a Garrard county No. 44. model farm. Price, 160 per ncro. farm. Good dwelling, one tenant G. A. L. houso and necewary outbuildings. Under s No. 3S. 13S acres good, land, on good pike, three miles from town; good fence. Abundance of cultivation. Clow nl under good fence and nil In grass ex- water. In high stato to school, church and In a good neighborcept 25 acres. Two good barns, a good d cash dwelling of six rooms; nil newly painted. hood. Price, 140 per acre, and balance in one nnd two years. Good cistern at tho door, good spring J. B. C. stock water. In nearby. Bluo-Uras- REAL ESTATE good shape to maU money. t Prlco, P. 8. 14-40- 0. J. EXCHANGE, - Jl INTERIOR JOURNAL one-ha- lf Rt never-fallin- g post-offic- e, never-fallin- bar-roo- m II,-60- 1 Iiluo-GmH- 13,-00- 0. never-fallin- , 15,-00- 0; one-thir- d mod-crat- e. 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The Uest I.iue toand Trout TOLEDO AND DETROIT Ml roluts in Michigan. CHICAGO. 'WhltoCItT Special." Hest Terminal Station. THEMERGH ANT TAILOR -- ST. LOUIS. Avoiding the Tunnel Is Receiving his- - BOSTON. Wagner Sloping Ctn. Bullet Parlor Cars, Warner Sleeping Cars, Prtjst Compartment (,an, rioani wmna auu Killing Cars. De sure your tickets read via "HKJ KOUK" D H. MARTIK, E O..MCCOUMICK. (Jen. Pass. A TkU Agt. l'asscnger TralBo Mgr CINCINNATI, QUIP. NEW YORK. GOODS. SPRING AND SUMMER Give him a Call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. -- SEP OUU- - Cultivators, Wagons, Buggies, CHRRIKGES. HHRNESS, Best and Largest Line of Implement? In town, Soo u , MigWoiMOMOiNiM e THI POPULAR cXC. N jffljHIEBro iNjiMiy (MOM beforo buying. MCvllOOINllMOINlOlM M0IMM0IN101M IMOIN1IBIIM PRICES LOWER THAN EVER Known Before Satisfaction Uimnintecri. 0GOGW TV'S! ? rV rTSrTSnn OlNJlQJlNJlMl y MAy iyj .W 0. K. WEAREN XMIaC St SON. ' v I Ja l(l iMOlim LV fifcOEI AuNlisiNi EHM a.Kl Queen &Oescent superb-- ? npp&fnttfd reaches the principal cities of the South with n service of Chatta-noocthrough trains. Dny Coaches and Sleeping Cara through to Ilarrhnan. Atlanta, Macon, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxvllle, Hothpnngs aal Mid Jacksonville. nd Ashevillc; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mcnroe lx m VIMA. and Shreveport. Through Tourist Sleepers xo ios Angcics ami MM WmW Bap San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, j W via New Orleans or via Shreveport. Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Free Parlor villi every accommodation to patrous. Cafe, Parlor and Observa mW Jars Lexinctoa to Cincinnati. anB BaLliaaBal tion Caw between CincinaaH, Lexington and Chattanooga. W. O. Rtntarson, Ofeas.W.8oU, . i. - ttaetaaa. O. CaciaWM. 0:. Df. taitr n, II route M0MM0M mm O.P.A., N jBl v "" 1 lyjuxj rv f -.i QM M0M01MM0 MM OfiMRMP Cfalcaso. K. H. BACON, lVomlarMa. D.F.A MED v. 4ST' s I mm r I 1 FKAXKJ.REED. ayt. N NO yPINIOIMIMOlM PM MO l 1 IMIMIM!M " ,.'. t ti j . Vr" ui I'rs-'- ' kXS . . J., jit k a tm ..,.. , -- ya. aM .(.' r'-m V 'JAs'f.. .It ....". .Jf.-- " y .SfcW& X ". K A? - w"ia:t;.f';ah I Wk will close down our mill on th e LMl'itovlNG. Agent J. S. Rice inTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL tion May 21. loth of this month for 10 days, In or forms us that the receipts of the freight to repair and Gaudkn Hoes, Hakes and Forks at derIL Baughman rcgrind our rollers. department for last month wore J700 J. more than for April of last year. it Co. Warren & Shanks'. May 7, 1807 n Stanford, Ky., T. TllK Hi Dudderar tract of land, conThk Baptists are treating their uol J. TiTKiihas set up for Mr. Sain, Dudderar a monument over taining :!. or 10 acres, and situated at church yard to a new fence. tho grave of his wife in Goshen Ceme- foot of Halls Gap, will be sold publicly . K. C. Walton, Uusinuss Manaock. e Gaiidkn seeds of all kinds in hulk tery. It Is a very handsome one and In front of door on next and packages at Warren & Shanks'. weighs over 8,000 pounds. county court day at 2 i m. Terms Ai.aiiastini:, tho great wall Mulsh, made known at that time. Mrs. K. P. Is made In III dllToront colors. Kvury Two extra pages are sent out with Tiiains Noh. and 0 on the Q. .t C, Miller, Ex'tx. color Is in stock now at I'uuny'd Drug this Issue of which go pass Junction City for tho the Ixtkimou Jouiinal. Store, Young chickens uro retailing at 2.1c South at 11:2." A. M.. and North nt L.'IO Foil Sam:. Hand-powrip and cut r. M. will not run Sundays under tho apiece and strawberries at l,1e a quart. oil saw, scroll and turning lathe. A. C. now PERSONALS. tlmoeard, which wo give on our God made a good many other berries, Sine. (Ith page. better than the strawberry, some old Mil. J. I. Wauukn Is down with Expi:iit proscription work done at So.mk of the lending doctor to thecontrary notwithstanding, rheumatism. rads held a meetLitti.i: Kdwin Davis has boon very Craig & Hooker's at the lowest cah ing hero Wednesday but if they did but Ho never made anything better price. lck with malarial fever. anything It hasn't leaked out. Come to than a nice, fat, frying chicken. Ok. J. IC. VanAksdaixIs enlarging Ouil line of silk and fancy parasols think of it, however, they can't do any As it happened in tho room adjoinand improving his residence, and umbrellas are Sever- thing, till Boss Davison returns and ing the one where Jim Bridgwater was H. I). O. Itosi: was hero yotitordny ance fc Son. tells them what to do. killed, when the plastering began fallin the IntercHt of the Louisville Post. o ing from the ceiling the othDi:atil Mrs. David Alford, aged Gkohok Locjan killed a pigeon a er dayMIss Sue Rout says she felt sure Mil. Ai.kx TitAYLOlt, of the Gilberts davsago which had around one of Creek section, Ih very ill of rhciinia- - (57. died near Pleasant Point, Saturday, fewlegs Its an aluminum band with the it was the deperado's spirit returning of consumption. tiHtll. to again tear up things and raise confollowing Inscription: "O. F. H., V. W. Witiikks went up to Corbln Tin: best is cheapest. That's why It was a blue pigeon and larger sternation generally. mm yestorday to seo after one of IiIh many our paint, lead and oil are cheapest. than tho average domestic one. Fox. Mr. Bedell Chancellor caught stores. Penny's Drug Store. a large red fox in a trap a few nights Thk Louisvlllo Times notes that Mr. Thkkk. B. P. Martin, who bought ago and yesterday invited Messrs. HarSkvkhanuk it SON handled 800 dozen tho II. G. Jones property on Somerset Grove Kennedy called on Gov. Bradley eggs Wednesday and yesterday. Six street, will begin In a few days to put vey Helm, H. J. McRobcrts and Joe Wodnemlny. Mish LizziK Thompson, of Lancas- cents was tho ruling price. up three dwellings. One will be of Embryoutto enjoy a chase. It only ran for a couple of miles when It was ter, spent several days with Miss Het-tl- e TllK ladles are cordially Invited to brick and tho others will bo frame, nnd caught by Mr. Holm's great dog, JenRochester. they will materially Improve the apcall and see nie Lynn so he says. JkhskLy.nx, who has boon 111 with dry goods. our handsome, new line of pearance of that jMjrtlon of town. Farris h Hardin. typhoid fever, was In town yesterday , TiiEilKK'emsto be no doubt about Si'lUNG seems to have given tho for the ilrst time. Ik you think of buying a wagon don't Capt. J. M. Gooch getting the Dlt. Owi:n Williams, now a fall to look at J. H. Hlgglns' Capital lusty old rascal, Winter, tho shako at at Shelby City, notwithstanding last, but you can't always sometimes dentist, has hung out his shinwagon. It fs a daisy. s of the people of that place tell. Like others of her sex, Spring Is gle at llustonvllle. are for J. L. Roso,who lias been a repubTllK young people will glvo a hop at a mighty "on sartin" old girl, who vowMiss Maky Cook has returned from years. Friends of the Cook .t ing that sho will never consent for lican worker for Manusville, Taylor county, where she tho Myers House latter are considerably worried over Farmer's orchestra will furnish the the old rascal to linger longer in her has loen attending college. lap, consents over and anon to let him Davison's selection. J. Henry Hnnkla .1. Nr.VIN CAItTKK has been transfer- music. will more than probably be jMjstmaster red from Soiiieit to John Trajlor's J L'ST received a carload of Prime come again. at Junction City. Cypress shingles. If you want a roof distillery near Gilberts Creek. TllKltK is a roHrt current that the Miss Minva Paiuc Phkli'S, who that will last an age uae the Cypress. republicans are making overtures to FARM AND TRADE. has lieen with Mrs. W. M. llright, has A. C. Sine. Judge W. E. Varnon to run for county C. Vunoy sold to E. P. Woods a bunch returned to her home in MadUon. WOVKN wire and oak picket fence, attorney on their ticket, but we can Sta- the iiiokI economical fence on give it the lie for two reasons: That of hogs at .'fjc. Mlts S. II. I'AYNK, of Payne's tho marMyers it Allen sold :i0 1,10001b. cattion, and her children, Sue and Nancy, ket. I am selling it at ulxnit cost of party would not dare make such a projH osltion nor would It be a moment con- tle at Paris at He. are visiting Mrs. A. W. Carpenter. manufacturing. A. C. Sine. y Woods it Lynn bought of S. J. sidered If It was made. There Is no Cait. and Mhs. William Gi:k 20 fat hogs at .'Jc. TllK Stanford High School, Prof. E. turncoat in Wallace's wardrobe. catno up from Imitation .function L. Grubbs, principal, and MUs Minnie Grassland; 40 acres for rent. J. B. to visit their son and family. Caught Dkad To Rights. Sheri- Green, Walnut Flat. Hupley assistant, will close on tho 21st, MltJ. II. IU)UT Uells us that his with appropriate exercises, and the dan Davis and William Hughes, two F. Held and his tenants have put in daughter, Mrs. J. T.Johnson, who lives awarding of medals and prl7.es. white youths of McKlnney, were placed over 150 acres of corn. in Iulbvillc, has a brand new daughIn jail Tuesday evening charged with mm Columbus Bishop has sold to J. W. ter. Excursion. Another cheap Sunday stealing goods from Tanner Bros' store Allen his lambs for Juno 10 delivery at Ki.iikh Josiumi Skvkkanci: went to excursion rate to Cincinnati will be In nt McKlnney. Tho Messrs. Tanner had 5c. We Know It nnd Get There Pat are Memphis Tuesday to make arrange- effect over the Q. it C. route Sunday, been missing goods In small parcels for t. ment to leave his pastorate in that May 0th. A great chance to visit the some time and growing tired of It, Mr. names of two runners that are at Queen City. Ask agent for particu- Ed Tanner remained In the store severcity. Joo Patchen, the great pacer, was H01.LIS CAKKIKlt has moved his fam- lars. al nights to watch It. Monday night sold In Chicago, for $15,000 to W. C. ily into one of Mrs. Woody Hale's cottho door was carefully unlocked and tages. Lie Is working ut Win. Daugh-erty'- s Thk Lincoln County Medical Society Davis and Hughes walked In, helped Mnrks. is Texas still ahead of Kentucky. will meet here Tuesday. Dr. Bertie shep. Carpenter will read tho leading paior thcmsolves to what they wanted, lock- Seven men were lynched there one day Mils. Klizaiiktii Hkjoinh, Mrs. W. on "Theraisjutle Treatment of Typhoid ed the door and departed, not knowing last week. II. I Unpins and daughter, Kliniboth, that the vigilant eye of Mr. Tanner I. S. Phillips, of tho Walnut Flat secwere guests of Mrs. J. A. Illggins at Fever," and many other good things was on them. Writs were accordingly tion, has lost 10 hogs of cholera In tho are promised. Hlchmond. issued und Sheriff T. D. Ncwland and last few days. Mksdamkh T. A. COULTKU and Anna A dkcidkij Improvement In the Deputy R. M. Newland arrested them S. II. Shanks is disposing of a good McClary sKjnt several days In Danville weather came with Tuesday, sluco as alovo stated. Both boys are rather deal of corn at 81.7."). He sold some to for the purHno of attending the Las-le- y which time the sun has shone and the good looking and have relatives who t man "away down In Casey." meeting. temperature has risen considerably. stand well in their community. They Sharon won the Cumberland Prize at MHS. A.MKKICA HOUT, who is pastb2, Generally fair Friday, warmer, is the told an 1. J. reportoi that they were Nashville Monday, worth 81,500. hns more than present prediction. given tho keys to the storo by Winter George Rose was second and Maddallo Shu has l.r of the forWright and Shannon McKlnney, who third. Ll'MHKlt Salk. W. M. Fields, the of the latter. mer and J. E. Bruce got 600 pounds of nlco had received them from Moses Tanner, Dli. J. G. Caiu'KNTKH was not well lumlHjr man, sold to Peter Kloner, of a younger son of Mr. K. L. wool from his sheep, most of which are Tanner.and enough to attend the Owensboro meet- New Albany, 120.000 feet of oak lumber a brother of the owners of tho store. Sjuthdowns. The price of best wool ing of the doctors, a ho intended and at an average of l(l jnsr thousand. He Deputy Newland When found was fixed at ltio at the Harrodsburg will ship It in a few days, when it will for which ho had prepared. Hughes, ho was walking in too road meeting. Mils. T. S. Wkiiii, Jit., who has lnieti require alxuit 1" cars. J. II. Baughman it Co. received from with his uwcetlienrt about half a mile with her jMirents, Judge and Mrs. M. from McKlnney. Tho otllcor got out of Chicago Wednesday a ear load of wheat ANOTUKti candidate for shorlu C. Snulloy, for several months, will rehis vehicle and pretended to be lixlug which coat them 91c hero. They also in tho person of Mr. J. H. turn to Kuoxvillu citi- his harness till his man came up, when got a ear load of corn from Louisville of tho West End. a solid Wllll.r. cutting wood Wednesday Mr. zen and a democrat in whom there is no he threw his pistol in his face and told at Sl.tlO here. Win. Heck's axe glanced, striking his semblance of Powell it Harper, of tho West End, or other him that ho was his prisoner. The girl left foot, covering one of his toes and guile. Ho Is anmugwuinpory In every at once took to her heels. Hughes had bought of various parties a lot of lambs excellent man cutting heveral others badly. knueks and for Juno 10 delivery at 5e. They sold respect and would make an Ideal sher-it- on a pair of home-mad- e "".Miss Pkaki. Hi'iin.sidk returned said he suspected something as soon as to A. Walker, of Sugar Creek, ISO stock Wednesday afternoon from a delightful ho saw Newland. Keys to both doors hogs at 'Ac. and protracted visit to her sister, Mrs. Tm: trial of Win. Morgan, charged of the store were found in his pocket Losses of cattle on Northern ranges K. P. Owsley, at Columbus, Ga. with burning his own house near and those were evidently home-madwere heavier last winter than they Miss.Mamii: Baldwin, who Waynesburg, was set for Wednesday, also. Hughes says his llrst impulse was huvo been since the disastrous season visiting her sister, Mrs. W. II. Shanks, but owing to the abence of witnesses to throw tho keys away, but being un- of 10 years ago. But there are plenty returned to Hlchmond Tuesday. Mrs. was continued till next Tuesday, with able to find the smaller in his pocket left to keep prices down. Shanks accompanied her and will re- warrants for Commonwealth's witness- ho decided to keep both. Davis was C. Vunoy put 182 pounds each on the main several weeks. es. Morgan Is .said to have wanted to arrested near Halls Gap. 20 cattle he fed for Jerry Caldwell, of Miss Nkllik Mkwsiion, daughter of get the insurance, which ho hold on his On tho strength of their statements, Boyle. He took them in October and Mr. J. H. Mershon, has been ohoeti to property. Deputy Newland went to McKlnney got UJe, but lost some money, notwith-represent Caldwell College, Hlchmond, and urrested Wright, who showed great standing tho low price of feed. Ni:v Mill. Mr. J. II. Carter has in the Trigonometry contest at In the recent test of 200 cows In Dendecided to convert tho old factory excitement at first, but soon quieted on the 23th. Miss Mershon down and told his friends to hold their mark, closed after a long and careful buildings into a flouring mill and will is tho youngest of her class of six. begin with a big force Monday to make heads. Mr. Newland also arrested Hen- trial, tho six poorest cows produced Fiiank Hahuis writes that the change. Mr. 11. T. Mattiugly, an ry Anderson, a Negro who Is implica- butter at a cost just twice as great as Cait. ho has already ulxnit -- 0 persons who exorlenced miller, will have charge ted in tho robbery, and lodged him in that produced by the (i best cows. Norris Brothers rejxjrt about 500 catwill goou the California u.NCursIon next and he says the mill will be equipped jail. A pair of dangerous looking brass mouth. It will bo a grand trip, as will with tho most modern machinery tho knueks was found upon ljim, which will tle and 100 sheep on tho market. Cattle brought from 2 J to 5c. Sheep averbe seen by his letter on our (1th page. markets atTord. givo him 10 days and S2T anyway. Mr. Jonh Jones and others will go from Tho case was called Wednesday ' aged 82. Horses brought from 815 to 815. But few mules offered and no Mr. A. G. East- morning and continued till AKTr.liTHi:Cui hero. Mil. W. H. Williams, who was hero land, agent for the Mutual Life Insur- Hughes, Davis and Anderson were un- sales. Richmond Climax. A Kansas man fed 44 common steers from t llustonvllle yesterday, told us ance Co., of New York, has on exhibi- able to glvo ball, and were returned to tion at Craig it Hooker's drug storo a jail. Wright was released on SoOO bond 117 days. Ho woighed thorn in at an that Dr. Hawkins Brown, who started average of 071 jounds. lie sold them to Owensboro to the Medical Society, handsome silver cup valued at $lf0, furnished by W. B. Wright. was taken 111 in Louisville and had to which will be awarded to tho compaShorili Newland sent the warrant for the other day when they weighed )ounds. That makes a gain of live return home. Ho was somewhat bettor ny's agent In Kentucky and Tennessee Shannon McKlnney to Somerset and it who does tho largest business during was executed by Chief of Police pounds u day for tho entire tlmo they yesterday. Mil. J. H. Nunnellky and his pret- tho present year. Mr. Eastland Is go- Hughes, who brought him to this place were fed, which is an unusually large ty brldo left yesterday, after spending ing to make a monster clTort to secure Wednesday night. His bond was fixed gain. His plan of feeding is as follows: a part of their honeymoon with his par- it and his friends hope ho will bo tho at $.00 for his npiwaranco which He first turned them into a corn field was in hard roasting ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. P. Nunnelley. fortunate man. ho gave. To tho olllcer, ho admitted when tho corn ear. After tho corn began to got too MtvNunnolloy will give his wife some ClIiCKKNS. J. Nowt Craig, a former that he was onto tho robbery, but was hard for easy eating he put them Into points in drumming for awhile and Stanford boy, but now u resident of innocent hlmsolf and would not givo tho corral and fed them on soft corn permanently settle down in then Junction City, has tho most complete tho others away. Ho is the sou of one grown on stubble land after the wheat henory and chicken breeding establish- of the most honorable men in tho coun- was Harvested. Alter tins tnoy wore Miss Luc.n: Hlkon, who is learnment in this section. Ho also has tho ty, but has been leading u fast life. ing to be u trained nurse undor Miss largest vaiioty of chickens to bo found Tho other white men accused uro nil of fed on hard corn. They were fed alfalfa with corn after they were taken out Pattlo MoPherson at tho Joseph Price In Central Kentucky, including every good families and their arrest on such of tho corn field. has gone homo at Brodhend Infirmary, kind from tho Shanghai to tho purest u charge has created a decided sensafor a few days. These ladles ask us to of lighters. All of them bcoro tion. James Sparks, of London, captured request contributions of llowcrs to breeds Tho stealing has been going on for John Littoral In Leo county, Vn. Litabove !Xi points and ho finds great debrighten the rooms of the jMiticnts at mand for their eggs, which ho sella at some time and tho Tanner Bros, esti- toral is wanted for tho murder of Geo. tho Inllrmury. $2.50 to $'! per sotting of 15. His hen-cr- y mate their losses at over $1,000. Baker at Corbin eomo timo ago. Sheriff Newland went out lost evenis his own plan and chicken breedAt Indianapolis a woman was awardHOME NEWS, ers who have Been It compliment It very ing to make other arrests, but wo could ed 92,000 damages against another for not learn names. alienation of a husband's affections. highly. Belts to close out cheap. Danka. op- Junction City will voto on local - The Columbus Clock Mnrs the place In 1 Withers' Window to buy lu-fo- ot - ii WALL-'RARER- I e do not need n compass to lend us. We lead tho composers of cheap ndvertiscrs with .10c paperi for 5c. Our lino of court-hous- m er Window Slia'dcs, Picture Frames, &a , is complete and tip-tdate. We buy largely, discount all bill", sell for Cash This alone distributed to our customers' buying facilities which arc not afforded elsewhere BSTOpp St. Asaph Hotel o Furniture, Carpets, Paper, Bedding, &c, W. W. WITHERS, STANFORD. e. post-oHic- 57,883 Prescriptions Have been filled here without a single mistake. It is a good record and we are proud of it.. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. post-of-tl- co full-Hedg- ed two-hor- se nine-tenth- lo-hig- m m Given Away J ! One hundred of Em-br- m 1 Those Beautiful "Indian Baskets." To every customer whose purchase at any time amounts to $1.50 or more we give a basket valued at ten per cent, of your purchase. Come early and get one, as i yen-terd- ay m i & Ijj This Oiler Holds Good only so Long as this Lot New-jKjr- I WJ Lasts. Baskets range in value from 15c to $2. 1 SEVERANCE St SON. en PAINT. BEg?DrLEAD, " grand-childre- n. m m m 1 1 Beyond doubt we have tho best Uendy-mixe- d Paint on the market. OILS, VARni$I)G$, At Lowest Cash Prices. ap-Ha- rs y, (0L0R$, CRAIG A S6 HOCKER, we Honsrcd: or graduates holding fine positions. RECOMMENDED BY THE LEADING BUSINESS MEN OF f. e ha.-be-en THE 9REAT BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOL'OF THE SOUTH. y?frdr$rfJMfJJS$rruod Oil ...ZttUtJ,...(r7Z7.,js " rd3'VfJf MENTION COURSE WANTCC i. m m Hnr-rodsbu- rg raHiR THE QtUS-QBAS- S HERO Thoroughbred Duroc Jerssj RED BOSS My lirecters were Felected from thu IkM herds ol of this famous breed of swine In Mates splendid lot of pigs of dltlerent for sale. Bred sowsasiH-elaltSatisfaction guaranteed. solicited. Address afc-eCorres-pomlen- a R. H. BRONATJGH, Crali Orchard, Ky. to-da- The l,-4- 56 Buckeye Churn Makes hard work easy. You can get more butter. You wash, salt and work the ter before taking it out of tho churn. but- Wi'wtf to. AkLtm I m j& 90 to-da- Will Sell You One on Hop-klusvill- c. Trial. It will pay for itself in few weeks. and bee it. Call I'm ' lim ju4ja.ii. I'm It The Up-to-Da- te Freezer. Most Completo and Convenient Freezer over offered in Stanford. Ke(uire8 leis labor less timo and less ico than any freezer, only requiring from one to two minutes to freczo cream. We guarantco them to do all we claim and thoy are scld on trial. Very respectfully, Come and see for yourself. Try one. HICCINS M'KINNEY. i - - hi . - "---- - P . - V CALIFORNIA. THE INTERIORJOURNAL X,ia."blloliodrr5.oa iajro'onia. AT SOMF. 3rri.Aa.-v- o 3 PffiBYKAK IN" ADVANCK will 13 charged. y When not so paid 82.CO LOCIb TIME GIBD. KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIVISION. at Train leaves Stanford at 7:10 a. m. nnujrcturns at 4:30 p.m. KNOXVILLE DIVISION. Ho. No. 24 23 Train going North l&M ' ii ' " South For all Points. "j 'J J" 103!lm of the wonders of Texas, Now Mexico and Arizona to enjoy a rest and QUEEN & CRESCENT. there in that beautiful city (City of the Trains pass Junction City as follows: Angels) three or four days can be spent 4 02 m No. LSouth .... tl 7 a m No. 2 North ..... 3 4n p lu with profit and pleasure as our inclinaa " v a " .. .112IH in " 4 " 130 pm tions dictate. Passadena, tho garden of m No5 " 6 00 am " ...... " SO pm "10 ' San 5 and fi do not run Sundays, 9 and 10 flowers, Redlands, Riverside, o. rono further South than Junction City, uetlher famous for their orange, aprido tbey run Sundays. cot and peach orchards, Santo Monica, FRANKFORT aWcMCINiATI RY. on tho beach of the Pacific Ocean, with VIA GEOHUETOWN. its magnificent hotels, a fashionable M. A. M A. M P M summer resort, where thousands are 35" Somerset, AfJS.M Lve. 2.00 2 seen daily enjoying the surf baths, is 630 Arr Ceorvetnwn. Lv 9 35 J Ml ki 3 00 one of the most elegant and delightful 30 ' Frantlort, 1155 720 o 5 30 places to while away an idle afternoon. 8 40 Arr Paris 5 10 IMlly except Sunday And again, the trip from Sau Pedro to UEKCAW (. r A. Catalina Island 25 miles out in the Pacific Ocean Is a fitting climax to all that has gone before. The charm and enchantment that belongs to this little trip, as you steam away on the "Iler-mosathrills you through aud through. Here life's cares are dismissed, "You gazo into space with wry grimace, rr Forgetting the world's mad strife, SVS Heave and sigh as the waves roll high, And revel in tho joys of life." Tho question of whether "school keeps or not" no longer concerns you. If the liquid distillraent that left Lebanon with you, in your pocket llask, by some oversight has not all evaporated, this alone may prevent you from forgetting Kentucky. All these scenes and more are in easy distance from Los Angeles, and can bo reached at small Absolutely Pure. expense. Leaving Los Angeles for San Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and Francisco, a change of scene is furnishhoalthfulnes. Assures the food against nluui and all forms of ladulteratlon so common In tbo cheap ed in crossing tho mountains, which is brands. accomplished by a feat of civil engiRoyalDvki.no l'owDEKCo.,New York. neering, known as the Loop. Ujion arriving at Oakland, it dawns upon you that you have crossed the United States, and you realize that you are a long distance from home. You nre so intent on reaching San Francisco, now, C Bar-nardln- o, TIIKO'HW TICKLTS SOLD. IlAiIOAUB CHECKED TllKOUGH. For any Information enquire of JOE S. HICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. getting up tho excursion, writes: The party can have their choice of the two Southern routes for tho going trip, viz: Either via New Orleans, San Antonio, Ell'aso and Los Angeles: or via Memphis, Fort Worth and ElPaso; r privileges beginning at hi" Paso ami points beyond. At ElPnso a stop should be made. It is a typical frontier city, full of interest to the visitor, and there an opportunity is afforded to cross the Rio Grande and make the acquaintance of the custom otllciuls and get a glimpse of our Mexican neighbors, mail letters home, etc. From ElPaso to Los Angeles is a 9tretch of country so novel and different from anything yet encountered, thcro is no disposition to stop, and the ever changing variety of panorama Is best enjoyed as It is reeled off to you through the car window. Arriving at Los Angeles you have absorbed is stop-ovesulli-ciently I'OINTKKS FOlt TllOSB KXPnCTINO TOGO ONTDDJUND EXCURSION. Capt. Frank Harris, of Lebanon, who UTILIZING A Pretty Hedge THE SWEET PEA. Frnurniit Window Screen. Sweet Pen Fountain. for Judge, of tho Dwelling llntiin on Danville ftreet, Stan- County Court. Mibject to tho action Few embers of the. Cabinet Stake Names ford, Kv., containing Nlnu ltooms nnd Co- democratic party. llar; wlili nil uiitliiilitlliigH wiuited. Cistern Tlint Live Long. anil two Hydrants. Tho nlxive property Is "Can yon namo tho members of Pres- In tho best repair. Call on K. ident Gnrfleld's cabinet?" u.ks tho tf J. II. lllOOIXS, Sr.vNroiui, Kv. Washington Post. "Do you recall tho Is n candidate for Justice of tho this magisterial district, subject to distinguished gentlemen that mndo up of tho democratic party. President Hayes ofilcinl family?" And then it goes on to answer its own quesN n cnnilldnti) 31 GONE AND FORGOTTEN. FOR SALE ! HON. K. C. V'ARREN I.lnci n of tho J. LYNN cnci of the uc-tt- Everybody mny not know that nn attractive ns well as effectivo hedge may bo obtained with sweet peas inn Miortcr timo than with most other plants. A florist in Tho Ladies' Homo Journal cites ns an cxamplo a hedgo 00 feet long used to separate tho clothes drying space from tho moro nttractivo grounds. Abundant support was furnished in nn nrraugo-men- t of cedar poles and telegraph wire, tho former being plnuted as a tripod ut each end of tho rows, with tho wire attached at tho foot of tho outside poles and whero tho oles crossed. Tho wires wero drawn tight and supported tit regular distances for tho vines to attach themselves, fiuo linen twino being carried from wire to wire and soon covered, so that at a little distance tho vines Nole-N- ! vt ' if Hi: "1fSfiU Jnr-- . "6 ROYAI ESSE ," SWKET TEA WINDOW SCItEEN. kiaid jaw seemed to stnnd alone. Tho poles of tho trijiods roso somo distnuco nbovo their crossings, and these wero soon decorated with the bells of tho morning glory, so 8AKTW" POWDER DR. W. B. PBlTlTT,t BPBfct"'-sjMH- Dentist, t Stanford, t Ky. at Residence Office on Lancaster street A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, HjTrBE the Owsley Stanford, Ky. Office over Mcltobcrts' Drug Store In Ilulldlng. SHELBY & SHELBY, '4 Proprietor" LIVERY.PEED& SALE STABLE First-Clas- thought, when you rush for tho ferry, e where you are treated to a ride across the bay. San Francisco is the final destination and the sights that are found there nre too numerous to mention. It will require four or five days to do Chinatown, the Cliff House and the Golden Gate. On the return trip, there are so many routes, a selection is not easily reached. Returning via Portland adds something to the expense of tho trip. On that scoro it is likely the homeward journey will be through Ogden, Salt Lake City, Deu-- J ver, Kansas City and St. Louis. There iq in tho trip home, an entire change of scene from the Southern route, and where miles of desert and sage brush four-milI that Oakland receives barely u passing of tho sweet pea. Tho sweet pea is nlso suggested for n Fcrecu against tho ugliness visiblo from many back windows. Given n long, narrow box for this purpose, with a simple trellis work of ordinary wiro or twine, well pulverized and enriched earth, with a small addition of snnd nud n moderate amount of sunshine sweot pea vines being cosily scorched and o pretty window, a fragrant room, and plenty of blossoms for cutting may bo confidently counted on, saj-- s tho authority quoted, and nn accompanying illustration verifies tho Following nro additional statement. notes gleaned from tho sanio sourco: A peculiarity of sweet peas is that tho higher they nro trained tho moro profusely they will bloom, and if all fading blossoms aro removed beforo they can go to seed a constant succession of bloom is secured. A pretty garden is a sweet pea fountain, which is produced by planting a tall upright post firmly in tho ground nud attaching tho skeleton of nn umbrella to it at tho top. Tho vines planted at its baso will climb und droop from tho edge of tho umbrella, tho'unfolding blossoms nud sprays disposing themselves in such fashion that tho idea of a floral fountain is easily suggested. As a winter plant tho sweet pea is not bo satisfactory as ono could wish. It lias been sometimes tried iu a Imaging basket ajtjd coaxed into moderato bloom amid winter snows, but it does uot tuko kiudlv to such conditions. do-vi- ce similar in its variety of colorings to that tion. Tho career of Timothy O. IIowo of Wisconsin is nn instance. Ho was n veteran senntor for many years from tho Badger Stato and a most efficient postmaster general under President Arthur. Several of tho Wisconsin delegation iu congress wero nskel tho other day nbont General Howe's career and acknowledged that it was qttito unknown to them, except in a general way. William Windom of Minnesota, who died so tragically nt a dinner in Now York, wns secretary of tho treasury under Gnrfleld. Kobert T. Lincoln of Chicago was secretary of war and tho only member of Garflold's cabinet that Arthur retained. Thomas L. James of New York, Garfield's postmaster general, becamo president of tho Lincoln National bank and tho Lincoln Safe company of Now York. Wayne MacVengh was Garfield's attorney general. Ho went upon tho stump for Cleveland and was subsequently appointed minister to Italy. Mr. Arthur's secretary of tho navy and hecrctary of tho interior, Senators Chaudler aud Teller, have by no menus waned since holding cabinet office. Of tho members of Cleveland's first cabinet, Bnyard is embassador to England. Manning's sad death from overwork in tho treasury department is of ten recalled. Charles S. Faircliild of who succeeded him, is president of n trust company. William C. Endi-cotwho was cecretary of war, still lives nt Salem, Mass. William O. Whitney, secretary of tho navy under Cleveland, is engaged in coring for his great fortune. Vilas, Cleveland's first postmaster genoral, is honator from Wisconsin, and liis successor, when Vilas becamo secretary of the interior, was Don M. Dickinson of Michigan. A. II. Garland, who was attorney general, is a prominent nttorney iu Washington. Norman J. Column of St. Louis, tho first secretary of agriculture, is a protui-ucn- t factor iu Mioouri affairs. John W. Foster, who succeeded Blai no as secretary of stato, lives iu WashingDo-pos- TIB Ml) SHEET IU TOKS, W. I DAWSON D. A. II AUG II ST A NFORD, ICY. , Is it candidate for County Judge, subject to tho notion of tho democratic committee. Sole proprietor of Dean's lllark IMiunond Hoof Taint. ltinmtiH jiimlslisl fur pulnlliiK wo.nl. metal ami Iron rrnifs. JSMIifarllon cnarnntMM .Ml rnt iialntet vrltli IVnu's HUck lHamimil faint warrailM for roars. Dealer in lx.t Cistern Tumi Is n candldato for utiMalraniiol Iron Kilters, (ialvunlicil anl Hlack coln county, nubjeut Sl-Iron llooriiif;or all kind. democratic party. tf of Linto tliu net Ion of tho TIIOKorOIIHHEI) Is n candldato for County Attorney, Mibject Tho most prolific to democratic action. of nil breeds, attain tho greatest weight, fatten easily nt any nge. county, Hours anil cllts Is n cnndldato for Sheriff of Lincoln subject lo tho action of tho duniocracy. pljrs. either ready for ttervlcc. Hprlng not ilkln. All questions cheerfully nnttwerod. M. J. If. !i H. J. UcSQBERTS, Stanford. DUROC HOGS ! HON. HARVEY HELM JUDGE T. L. SIIELTON F. NORTH it J. T. SXJTTOKT, Undortalcor, - Is a candldato for County Attorney of Lincoln, subject to tho nctlon of tho democratic party. Hustonvillo, Kentucky J. II. PAXTON N a candldnto for County Attorney of Lin- Often bis sertlcw to the pcoplf of West Mnrnln coln, subject to tho action of tho democratml Casey comities, lull stock of CofUiisatid Utk-e- l ic putty. always on band. J3 D. 8. Cativliter, Manager J. T. JONES FIRE INSURANCE, Is ii candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, mibject to tho democratic act Ion. New-Yor- t, FMHNIX Insurance Company, OP BROOKLYN. GEO. V. BEBORD Jailer of Lincoln, subject to tho action tho democratic party. Is a candldato for to the ollleo of 01 JUDGE M. C. SAUFLEY Is u candidate for the nomination for Circuit bject to tho action Judge of this district of tho democratic party- Caledonian Co., : Insurance J. S. OWSLKV, JR., vt of Scotland. KOUNUISO 1HOS. Is n candidate for the nomination for Com tnotiMcnltir Attorney of this dMrlct. sub-jito the nctlon of tlie democratic party. R.B.MAHONY.Agt., r, GARLAND SINGLETON "f llibllc Schools Is a candidate for ol Uncolncountr, subjiit to the action of the Iriu. ocrstlc party. yrASKOUD. KV. ton. Johk. Caitlkmax. A.) l.AMIA When William Windom died. Charles Faster of Pretoria, O., was named tu secretary of tho treasury. Ho is still uctive iu politics. J. V. HOLD AM of IJncoln county, Is a candidate for Ai-wi- r ject lu Hie anion of the democratic llty. sub- I'olntrr In I'ench Culture. At the New Jersey stato horticultural convention S. A. Miller spoko on iench hand-som- INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVERPOOL. SAMUEL M. OWENS U Is a candidate for ilirrtll of Uiiooln county, subject the action of lh democratic party. o cnltnre, which, ho avers, gives returns when intelligently carried on and is suited to a man of moderato means. First avoid a soil rich in nitrogen, as this will grow the trees too rank nnd will bear very little fruit. Plow very deep and pulverize thoroughly before setting. Set 10 feet carh way, trim the tree to n straight switch, trimming to a good live bud, without regard to the length of tree. When buds start, keep all rubbed off except threo stroug buds nt top to form a head. Cultivate thoroughly all summer with wheel or cutaway harrow, to keep inol-lonnd moist. Ho recommended tho Crawford and Pritlo of Franklin us the best varieties. Many make a mistako in manuring a pencil orchard with an excess of stable manure, as it contains too much nitrogen, and the fruit will not color up well; besides tho trees will grow too rauk nt tho expense of fruit. Tito soil must be well drained. w BaRBBE & CaSTLEHUH. EJIMETT McCORMACK irnf Uucoln county, I. a candidate for A Myject tu the action of the democratic tuplmrt Israrntvtly solicited. - sub- lour MANAOKUS, Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents Throughout the South. M. F. ELK IN Asw-Mo- r W. A. Stanford, TBXBBl-X-, uti- of Lincoln county, Is a candidate for ject to the action of the d.nmcratlc aitT sub- l.ocal Agent, JOE T. EMBRY Unadu county, sub-Jeny aud to the action of the democratic earnestly avks your support. Is a candidate for Assessor of Kentuckv. J, B. HIGGINS, -- C. G. II. 1. 1. f.. I BAKER .f 1 ....a.v thiwifn Ntnnlw. .111. DHALKU I.N- - Ject lu the action of the democratic parly Think-liir- f the southern end of the county Is eulltled loa slice of tlie pie, lie mu yourupporv Farm Wagons Pleas- WILLIAM MOREL AND to Is a candidate for Aori)l Uucoln, subject the action of the democratic aity. Ho kindly ask Vehicles, ure your siipsjll. In the Fruit Orchard. Alternating trees of different varieties of tho same family of fruits has been found of great advantage. Some varieties of tho jicach and plum are very shy bearers when planted by themselves, but when put next to a tree of a differ' cut vnricty of jieach or plum they very fruitful. This crossing the t pollen of variety upon the flowers of N r of the same family infuses vigor in'o all kinds of fruits, just as infusing new blood invigorates a Hock or herd of animals. Exchange. lie-co- Agricultural Implements, High-Grad- o SAM W. MFNEFEE sub- ject to the action of the democratic party. 1. a candidate for Mieillt of Lincoln county, A Trio of Injurious Insect. forty-secon- d Fertilizers and Ocal. Is a presents u picture of magnificent desoJunction City, Ky. lation, it is offset by miles and miles of s Turnouts, prompt attention, very teeming farms on the return route. reasonable rates A portion ol your iatrouage Is IS From Salt Lake City to Denver, over respectfully tolhited. the Denver Ar Rio Grande, tho Grand Canon, Pike's Peak and the "Garden GEORGE of the Gods" aro found. Any attempt to describe or elaborate upon tho beauCity would bo so far Pension & Claim Agent, ties ofofSalt Lake thing that I will disthe real short miss the subject, as Mark Twain would Ky. Box 44, Stanford, say: "Without any circumstantiality Hiw had 12 your' practice beforo all tho of detail." Much more could bo said Dopa t incut hi Washington City. of this grand trip, but I respect your F. II. forbearance. , RM'KINNEY, 1) NOEL & SON, annual meeting At tho of the Western Now Yoik Horticultural society thrco insects injurious to nursery stock received attention: First, the peach trco borer, for which no preventive is known. Tho only remedy so far discovered is to dig the borers out in Juno or July. Second, woolly aphis, or plant lice. Tho remedy for this is kero-fcuemulsion used on tho limbs and kerosene oil on tho roots. Third, tho San Joso scale. This disease is present iu New York, Delaware. Maryhuul and Ohio, also on Long Island. Whale oil poap, two pounds to n gallon of wnter, will kill nil it covers, but boiiio aro certain to bo missed, and Mr. Willard und others urged tho necessity of tho utmost care and watchfulness for this pest. o DINK FARMER candidate for Juller. subject to tho tion of the democratic party. UC. ac- Goods Warranted ns ltejiri'M'tited. Oflli'u on Main Street. iomsIIo Klmorv'n Store. Stanford. Kenttu'Uj. J 1. an-o- TOTTI..N. BONDS Su.iM.vx. MADE J. TANNER IS. Mil TO LOAH, SI Is a candidate for Urcult flerk. subject to the wll! of the democratic party. AmrrU'Hii Horticultural Society. The obje ts ol tho American Horti- DEHLERS . IN COHL, Order Otlice and I eed Exchange, near the Railroad Crowing, Iepot Strict, Corn iiml Iluy, - Stanford; Street, latelyKentucky. J. II. Ultfglus'. Mill Coal Yard, Satisfaction guaranteed. FIR STNATIONAL BANK OK STANl'OltD, m - THREE KISSES. The purest kiss In tho world Is this The kiss that a mother luys On her child's fresh lips As he blithely trips To meet the world nnd its ways. The sweetest kiss In the world is this The first long kiss of love, When timo is not, And earth's forgot, And Eden drops from above. KV. Cipital Stock $100,000. Surplus $15,750. Tho Suez Canal Is 92 miles long and to i!eiKitjrs. Thlslnstltutlon.orL'Inally established as the De- and cost 8107,7o0,000. It was opened reorganised as posit Hank of Stanford iu 1H.M, then 1SC5 andatfaln Nov. 10, ISti'J, in tho presence of tho the National Dank of Stanford lu reorganized as the First Natlou.il Hank of Stanford Khedive, tho French Empress, the In lS)2, has bad practically an uninterrupted exist, Austrian Emperor, the Crown Prince one, for 35 year. It is Issuer supplied uow for transacting business promptly and of Prussia and others. Since then it than bver before In lis long aud honorable career. Accounts of Individuals, fiduciaries, urms has continued in successful operation. and Individuals solicited. The canal charges are 10 franca per Dimerous. Ke'ld, Lincoln Co.; J. W. llayden, Stanford ton for freight and 10 francs per head F. S. H. Buuguwau, " S.T. llarTls, " for passengers. ' T.F. Dill, J S Docker, " m " k.llTauuer,McKlnney. W. A. Trlbble, TO CORE A COLD IN ONE DAY. J.ll. Colller.Crab Orch'd; M. J. Miller, MO onion. JaT, U.Iiluiore, Stanford. Tike Laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablets All Druggists refund the money If It fails to Cure. For orricsas. Docker, President; J. J. Mcltoberts, Cashier Sale by W D. Mcltoberts, Crl A Docker and U. 1. 8. L. 1'euny, Druggists, Stanford, Ky, McKiuuey, Asslstantqashier. m Attention of the public Is called to the fact that this Is the only National Ilauk lu Stanford. Under tho provisions ot the National Dank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability (or an amount equal til the stock, no that depositors of this Institution are secured by a fund of J.t.o.WW. Five sworn statements of the condition ot the ltauk are made each year to. the 1'nlted States Government and iu asaeU are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securUt; additional and inrfect satet. The saddest kiss In ull tho world is this The kiss of unnnswcrlng clay, When dead lips tell We must sob farewell Till the dawu of the judgment day. Old Scrap Book. A. A. cultural sveiety, recently organized in cratic part) New York city, aro to bring nbout lst closer relations letwcen the existing Co. horticultural societies throughout tho ai. country and to supply n wotking organor stankou!, ky. ization through which matters of na$200,000200 tional rather thnu local interest may ro Pali up Capital, 17,003 80 John M Hunter is ceivo attention. Surplus, No. 52012, president nnd James I. Donlau, Now In Your riautlug. 1'roducer of combined and Knslern horses lit proTl.lnin of its charter, dexItora aro a York city, is secretary. that sell for ood prices, will make this apres- fully protected as are drpodlor in National Itauks, Bear in mind that nil largo, quick Its shareholders being held Individually liable tu ent season lit TKN Doi.uviis tolnstito growing plants such ns caunas, castor to Insure tlie extint of tbo amount of their stock therein at Protect the Itotilns. AUoJuck, Koscoe, ut Hi,, par value thereof, In addition to the amount InIlKII). I'. bean plants, cnladiums, inusas, large Tho cause of tho robin has been cham- tifivhiColl. shares. It may act as executor, N. II. Horsey Golddust has produced u vested In such leaved solanums, etc., requlro generous pioned by (omo California horticulturtrustee, Ac, as fully ns an Individual. horses that uttinct buyclns-- of combined udcriuK our thanks to thoMj who havo entrust- Tf in fact, you can hard- ists. At a meeting of horticulturists of ers nnd brlnj; doses of manure pi Icon, regardless of cd their hu.incM to ui, vie trust they will contiuua ly overdo it. Gardening says common San Joso tt resolution was mado nud to do , and culler as a guarantee for prompt attention to same our IW years' eiTlence lu senso will toll you that any plant that adopted favoring tho protection of rob-in- s ami as lllxiral accommodations as are consistent reaches tho feizo aud robustness that any from bird shooters because they dewith souiid hanking. of tho,abovo will in ono season if well vour mi many iusects. DIKKCTOKS. grown must have a well filled storeJ. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; V. II. Cummins, 1'rcachcrsTllle; house of nutritious food to draw upon. J. II. Owsley, J. S Owsley, Sr., STAN roitl), KV. S. II. Shaiiks, William Uooch, J. K. Cash, K.J. Lmbry, Fruit Note. A. W. Carintcr; J. K. Lynn. ! All kinds of repdrlnu done at rmvmible rates Tho Newport muskmelon is described J. N. MeneffO. Upholstering u sccllty. 8 .tUfsctlo i gu iraaced orriCKKS. flavored, most luscious as tho highest S. II. Shanks. President; green fleshed variety grown, and J, 11. Onsley, Cashlcn Cyelono Tornadw-- and Wind storms aro early. W. M. Ilrlght, Tello r TheTiinbrell strawberry is a fine late so uuinorous nud destructive that tho property owners xliould pistillate variety. ORGANS. Will carry a larger Mock of Furniture of nil kinds Lovett's Best blackberry is generally this year than ever liefureariil will sell cticus'rtliau anybody Plows: 'I he Oliver Chilled, Vulcan. Decker Ilros'. I'lnnos. hardy and bears a profusion of large aud pjiuls llalues llros'. Pianos, Silver Steel and Chattatioot,' bhuvels, all of ull berries that ripen early in the season. Malta kinds. Cultivators and Dounlo Kllln(;ton l'lauos, best In tho world, Tanners, call In aud make, tho 1). II. Ilaldwln riunos, Anemone Whirlwind, a seinidoublc get any thlpg you waul from a bugy down. Fischer l'lauos, Ac. form of tho white Japan anemone, con- Trom them as well as from I'lro und LightIlespcctfully, I. S. Eatey Organs, Hamilton Organs nud other ning. Tornadoes and Flre are liable to octinues to grow in favor. Mukes. any time. So take out a policy lu uny Clothilda Soupert is recommended bj cur at Seo my Hoods und (Jet .My Prices Iloforo you None but of my V. T. WIlll'E, Crab Orchurd. 10 Iluy. eastern florists as one of the best roses, for bedding. MKS. U. D. SIMPSON, I'ror . O MPANIES ! A popular orimson variety for forcing FIRST OLA S .auc;t&.cr, : rose, is tho Meteor I can now hupply tho people with Fresh Koprcseu I'd. Tho Golden Gato roso is a f reo bloomer. Candy of many varieties und ouporlor Newly furnished; clean beds; splendid every day. inn making It myholf Tho Greenville apple is a promising JESSE 3. --JAEE1T, tablo. Kveiy thing l'orteis iiudiruarauteo hatlsfactlou. Glvu mo a call. sort produced from seed of tho fall 89 J. A. STEl'HKNSO.V, Stanford. - Stanfor.l, Ky nv:ct all train?. General Agent, Maiden Blush. dnimui-uliloiate- s Money to loan on iniprurist city prorly or productive fjrins In Stanford and l.lnrolu count r si I wll fiiicr cent . lujiilile .xiiiU Annually furnish lioiuls for public or corporation olliclalst Kxecutore, Administrators or Guardians at I'lru InAuiiiKeutfor four of tlio surance Companies doing budnrM In Kentucky ami solicit patroiux of property holders In feliiiifonl Kutes miiio as oilier com panics duln litilnes here 81 'in Vai.i'aci: i:. vaii.so.s", 1 GEO. In COOPER a candidate fort lerk of tin- Lincoln Coilli-- tj Court, subjis-'- l to the nctlon of tho demo- Farmers Bank&Trast D0RS6Y GOLDDUST , k1 imii-Ic- s. , bank-lii- K H. D. PHILLIPS, Gun &nd Look mrth. Tornado Insurance s D. S. CARPENTER, PIANOS AND Protect Their Property CAltl-KNTlU- Mason Hotel iirat-class. -- Kentucky CANDY KITCHEN. 1 oxcel-len- cy ... . " M- -i. 'l? v ?'ixV-.- i l' t v