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Y' -5 , JQi Semi-Weekly Interior Journai Published Evory Tuosday and Friday AT $S PJSU YKAK IV iVDVANOK rWhtn not so paid SU.60 will be charged K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train litre Rowland at 7:0a a. m., returning '''7! &N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 'ail train going North ....... t37P " ' South ujpn Ezprtts train " South .... ns'P " " " North 3)n t.ncal Freight North ..a w m aoum . . ......a 07P The latter trains alto carry passengers. The- above U calculated on standard time. Solar ioae it about to minutes faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Going North train paw Junction City a follows: Blue-Grass Vestibule itarti 6 a. ra. Limited 3 p. m. Local i:SJ p. m Florida Limited a:s am South-N. O. Vestibule 11:5? p. ,Flo"d Limited n p m Local i:ji p. m. Blue-Gras Vestibule arrives S.-40 p. m. Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., Miners ami shippers of the GENUINE Original Jellico Coal. Try it. We are the sole agents tor Stanford land Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and ....., .. ... . 6 iuuui."3 v lYAin, A. S. PRICE. SURGEON DENTIST. Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the new Owsley Building. Stanford. THE RILEY HOUSE F. B. BIIiEY.JProprlotor, (London, - - - Kentucky. I have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience desired. Give me a call. rj FRANK RILKY. Th. Florenoo Hotel, JELLICO TENNESSEE, Mrs. J. B.f Montgomery, Prop. The best hotel In the city and the only one wilh a sample room for drummers hspecia attention to the traveling public. Rales U. THE OLD JACKSON SOXJSE, SAM n.WARNACK, Pror. London, - - KENTUCKY. Refitted and refurnished and in every way prepared to attend tho wants of the public. Rates very reasonable VITAL TO MANHOOD. . Dn. E. 0. WEST8 NERVE AND BRAIN TREAT VENT, a specific tor Hysteria, Dizziness, Fits, Neu ralgla. Headache, Nervous Proetratlon caused bj alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression Softening of Drain, causing insanity, mlse!. decay death, Premature Old Age, Barrenness, Loss o! Power In either sex, Impotoncy, Leucorrhcca and at Female Weaknesses, Involuntary Loupes, caused by of brain, Self- abuso, A month's treatment, f L for t3, by raalL With each order for 6 boxes, wltt 15 will send written guarantee to refund If not cured Guarantee! issued by acent. WEST'S LIVER PILLS cures Sick Headache, Blllounes, Liver Cca.plalat Sonr Stomach, Dyspepsia and Issued only by A. R. PENNY, Stanford, Ky. ..IF yOU ARE GOING. NORTH or WEST, THE Louisville 4 Nashville R. R. - i Is the hoe for you, as its Double Daily Trains Make close connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For auy information enquire of JOES: RICE. Agent, T)r Stanford, Ky W. A McQU )VS, Trav. Pass. Atfent, Junction City, Ky 'JoD,U A. G. L an ham ROYAL ' Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL,. BARBEK&OASTLEMAN MANAGERS, Oomsnrci Sullluj, Loui3villo Agiatt thro u'.nut tte S jjiU. STANFORD. KY. a vegetable compound, Purely entirely of roots and herbs gathered from the forests 'of Georgia, and has been used by millions of people with the best results. It CURES All manner of Blood diseases, from the pestiferous little boil on your nose to the worst cases of inherited blood taint, such as Scrofula, Rheumatism, Catarrh and SKIN'OWCER Treatise on Blood and Skin Disease mailed tree. Swift Co, Atlanta, Ga. AMONG THE HORSES. Portraits of n llncknry anil a (Srncpful Orloff. A tlay spent ntnong tho horses is with a shining mnrk in tho memory of a lover of thoso grand animal?, especially if ho is chained to a desk in an ofilco most of his waking honrs. Such a whito day tho writer hereof pawed latoly at tho Indian Neck stnd, Oakdale, L. I. Tho owner of tho farm, Mr. Frederick G. Bourne, president of tho Singer Machine company, is ono of those wealthy Americans who for tho lovo of it more thuu for gnin had in tho work of improving tho breeds of horses in this country. Such men do not como in competition with tho ordinary farmer on tho contrary, they aid him. Mr. Bourne's favorite in horseflesh is tho hackney, which is tho favorite also of Mr. Alexander Mair, superintendent of tho Bourno stables. At present tho prido of Mr. Mair's eyes is Enthorpo Performer, 4 years old, registered in tho American Hackney studbook as No. 118. 4sr t.X --i!. - &zrji HACKNEY STALLION ENTHOUPE PERFORSIER. Enthorpo is considered ouo of the most perfect hackney stallions over seen in America. At Indian Neck farm ho is considered tho best specimen. Ho is of tho Yorkshire breed and is n bright bay, with "fonr whito feet and snip on tho noso." Enthorpo is a colt by tho famous Matchless of Londesboro and his sire, showing tho approved short back nun" strong neck of tho hackney. In tho Danogelt breed, from which Enthorpo Performer nud Matchless aro descended, tho four whito stockings, star in tho forehead and snip on tho noso aro always looked for, they being char acteristic of tho Dauegelts. Enthorpo is across of blood. His dam is Peg, by Superior. His high stepping is a sight to behold. Enthorpo is lo ltf hands in height. Horsemen especially delight in his "action," which to tho uninitiated appears to bo tho making of a great fuss and to do over every step ho takes without getting over tho ground any faster for it Howover, that is tho quality now in fashionablo carriago horses, nud Enthorpo has it in perfection. His hind action is magnificent, ho handling his hocks admirably. It may interest our readers to know that Enthropo is valued at $25,000. At Indian Neck it is found that hacknoys quito equal to tho English articlo can bo bred in America. ,.. ORLOFF STALLION AD. Tho second illustration shows afar different though uono tho less beautiful animal tho Russian OrlofT high school (hauto ocole) saddlo stallion Ad. Like all tho Orloffs, Ad is a tall horse, being 15.3. Ho is 8 years old. Ad is n lino model of tho saddlo animal. Ho is trained in all tho tricks of tho riding school or high school horse, ho called. Ho can walk Spanish, go through all tho fashionablo steps and movements riders of fancy saddlo stock demand mid nlmcst dance a jig. Ho could do that undoubtedly if it was considered tho fashionablo thing. Our artist has caught Ad's jwho just as ho is in tho act of stepping out for his Spauish walk Tho long, full, flowing tail, which has never been mutilated by tho fashionablo system of docking, adds not a littlo to his stately and graceful appearance. Ho is an imported horse, a beautiful bay, with black mano and tail, and so gentlo that ho was ridden last summer by a littlo girl. A Foot of A: to the l'ouml of I.lvo Weight. Tho truo principlo of ventilation is to lot fresh nlr into tho building by finall apertures in many plnces and to tako it out by tho samo principle. Probably no better simplo plan could bo dovised than to build a box about a foot square and as long as tho building, 102 feet, with an end extending out of each end of tho building. This box should bo pierced with numerous small holes autl placed overhead in tho rear of tho cattlo and between tho two rows. This will carry out tho vitiated air which rises to tho ceiling. In front gf tho cattlo at tho floor on each bide of tlto building about six openings of 1 by 2 feet and connecting with tho outsido air hhonld bo made. This shonld bo covered with wiro netting, say, of to inch mesh or with boards pierced with numerous holes. In front of each ono of theso cold air ventilators hhonld bo placed a slide, so that they may bo partly or entirely closed as occubiou requires. It will bo seen that by tliis mothod thopuro air will minglo with tho heavy carbonic ucid gas, and as all is warmed by the animals it will ribo to tho ventilator at tho ceiling and escape. In addition to this numerous 1 windows should bo placed in tho build ing for light and air." Some days the. windows shonld all Ijo thrown opon, us ' it is impossiblo to ventilato a I building with to man animals in it on I warm muggy days without thuso win-1 dows. Cor. Ra-id New Yorker. (From the Autobiography of a St. Louis Odko lloy.J Mo and tho boss haa dissolved partnership. Ho remains at tho old stand, but ho'll havo to advortiso for "good will," for ho won't find any of mino layiu around tho office. The dura old duffer. I think he's been nidin nud nbettin a good many prize fights at homo ami get tin the worst of it. March tho 1st tho blond stenograffer was fired. I marched tho 2d. Noto. To Dill Nyo and all other humorists: Keep your hooks off this joke, 'cnuso I'm goin to patent it. I was on tho lookout for trubbol nfter that, and I walked n chalklino as long as I could. It was n dull, drecry life, not worth livin if it wasn't for a littlo fun on tho outside. It was lookiu for a littlo excitement got mo fired. Tho boss has got a old bloko of a friend, tho major. Ho might have been a bravo soldier dnriu tho war, but siuco I made his ncquaintauco I don't know of his doin anything except boos-in and borrowin letter raper and stamps from our firm to writo letters to tho newspapers on jwnsions. I got sick of his comin in evory day, ao I put up a job on him. I fixed a ink bottlo for him special. I loaded it with iishin worm?. In comes tho major shnkiu liko na if ho hadn't struck 11 drink fur a week, I got him tho paper and ink and pen. Ho was talhin to tho bookkeeper when he jabbed his pen into the bottle nnd harpooned a big rigglin worm. You ought to see him stare. Ho gsvo a jerk and shook it on tho floor nnd rubbed his hands. Ho remarked ?) tho bookkceiwr that ho wasn't fechn very well. Then ho mado another dive, i:nd up comes another yorm, black as night, and with more life in him than if fish was bitin all around you nnd you wanted to bato your honk with him in a hurry. Tho major shook it off nnd went over to tho cooler and took a drink of water. Ho went back to tho desk, and tho next riggler ho landed ho jumped up and hustled out. I was just gettin my handkerchief out of my mouth when tho boss como in nnd nst what was tho matter with me. I told him I was feel in a littlo sick to my stomach, but ho got onto tho wholo business whon tho major dropt in tho next day. Wo had some words. I'vogot all mino yet. Tho boss didn't gimmo time to make no defense. I got fired. Exchange. Shols Waiting. "I wish to report, Fah.dat burglars entered my house last night," said a colored woman who cnlled at the Cheno street police station a day or two ngo in a stato of trepidation. "How did they get in?" asked tho "Dunno, sab." "Did you seo or hear 'em?" "No, sah. Jest went right to bod an slept liko a lamb all night." "How do you know that burglars got inr "Why, my money was gono next tnawnin, of co'so. If hurglara didn't get in, how dat money walk off?" "How much did yon loso and where was it hidden?" "I loatcd a $2 bill, an I put it under my piller when I went to bed."' "Was your husband surprised?" "No, soli. Ho dun said ho'd bin burglars fur 10 y'ars." "Do you want to surpriso him? If 60, step this way. I have him locked up hero for being drunk, nnd I have $1.50 of your stolen money. Perhaps ho'a sobered up a little." "Say, gineral, you needn't bodder wid him jest now. I kin wait." "Don't yon want to surpriso him?" "Not heah an now. Ho'll probably bo homo in a day or two, an then I'fl hev donx, audo shovel, nn a hoe handle, ana baseball club in do house nn ready fur bizness, nn Til s'priso dat pusson till ho won't bo ablo to lift a whitewash pail fur do next two weeks! Yes, I'd radder waitl I want de s'priso to hit him all ober at onco an be do success of do season!" Detroit Free Press. It 3IlKlt IIiuo So. "l "I saw him treat a lady shamefully on a fltreet car today. Ho desfcrved a cow-hiding." "Don't speak too hastily. Perhaps she was his wife." Life. Ills Condition. "You hang around you mother too rnuclu You ought to get out and hustlo soino for yourtelf," urged tho father, talking to his small son. "Paddle your own canoo, my boy." "I don't havo to," whined tho boy. "I'm mamma's canoe." Exchange. A IVnrful Onlcal. "Hello! There's .Tabblcrs, tho half back of Princeton, looking liko a wreck. Must havo been playing football." "Not much! Ho's just been seeing his 6lster through a grand opera rush." Chicago Record. At tlifl Hull. "I think I understand now," said Higga, "why they speak of Miss Wollaby's new Paris mado gown as a 'creation It looks nlmost ns if it were mado of nothing," Chicago Tribune. AHvMy llcforo III111. Briggs Why, don't yon over have any troublo whatever in meeting your bills? Sprlggs Tronble? Not a bit of it. I meet them everwhrre I go. Tit-Bits. mTTm W M. RUB. L. It RUK, CENTRAL PARK, DANVILLE. THE WORLD'S CHAMPION, Gamloonito : 8419, Race record 1:34, winner of the j.year.old and sweepsiafcr premiums for stsndard.bied ttottersat the Woild's Fair 189J. Sired by Gambclta Wilkes 1 :i, sire ot 4s in jolit. i dim Maud.br Garrard Chief, iIil of IU11I Duke ., anii Laoy Verier, dam of 5 in the 1:30 list. a dam Nillie, by in of Hilly lloico a: 14, by Cor-beau. jdam by Helm's Yorkshire, thorauKhbrcd. III make the teMen ot i8H nt Cum ml Park at the low ptic of $25 To Insure A Living Colt. NOIK If mares bred and In foal should chauce hands, ineney due at that time Mires kept at teasoiublc rates, but not reipontible lor accidents should any occur . W.M. M. RUK SON, 11 Dacville, ky. SILVER TIP 169. Will make tho eavn of 1891 t W W Hays, X miles Wrt.t of Stanford on the Sianfeid .V Hus ton iHe pike, at the race track, at $10 to Insure a Live Colt. Description and Pedigree Silver Tip Is a rr J bay with hintt ankles white, fine man and tail, i;Vt hands IiIkIi, loalrd May 5th, IMS As a he is not surpassed III the State. We sold a irlltK colt ot his Rrt to iv May, of Casey, fo itia and we have never had a man to say he was not pltusid lth his io!t As a rw horse be is as Rood as there Is In the State. He was shewn in the Jjo. Sweepstake Rlne at Danville with if contestants, which was pronounced to be the bet ever shewn 111 Ky , and he wre the third tie Sliver Tip was sirl by Sil'er Klnj. he by On Time he by S;oewall lackiwn. Pint dain by Skedaddle, by Oliver, son ut Wagner. Second dam by Ited Lion Sliver King's dam was Mel-lie Mouncc, sire 1 by CabbeU" LeainEten, son ol Mood's Hlatk Hawk Serond dam by YoiijiC A mencs, son of Taylor's Messenger. Skedaddle's first dam by Medec. and dam by 1 tumpetcr, 3rd dam by Aratus. Mares bred 10 this hone will be kept at reasonable ratiii. Csre taken to prevent accidents and escapes but not responsible shouM any occur. .Money uue wnen coil is inaieu or marc psruu with IIKAZLEY 1IROS & HAYS. Stanford, Ky SENTINEL 21479. Record 2:JU. (.Only ! months' handling ) Hy Almoin Sentim-l 0051 1st dnm Mnttio, by Shukspenre. iM dam by l-on's liambletouiau. :il dnm tfiorutighbred. Almont Sentinel 0051, by Sentinel '2S0. 1st dnm Aliie Gnno by Almont ,'?3. i.M dam Norma by Norman A. Sentinel h a handsome buy hore, 10 hands high, fine mnno and tail; is .1 Mire foal getter. Ili colt are large nnd M and nro a high claw of trotters and roadsters. Sentinel whs formerly owned bylt. II. C. Mitchell, of MitchelUburg, Ky., nnd was owned Inst year by C!eon;o Afford, McKinnev, Ky., who made U10 season of 181)3 it h him at i 15 to insure n living colt. This excellent hore will make the of ISM nt Middleburg, Ciucy county, Ky. Owing to the hard times, we will Insure a Living Colt for $12. Money dm! when colt comes or mure parted with. Cure taken lo prevent hc cidents, but not responsible should any occur. Will also Atnud a Dno mule J AUK at $U to insure a living cult J 11. ALLEN BI!0. Middleburg. CVcy County, Ky. PTJBIiia SALS A Desirable IIonicHtcad. On Monday, April 9, 1894, County Court day for Lincoln comity, I will sell before the couit house door In Stsnford, Ky., a very desirable tract of ioo Acres of Land lying on both sides of the county road leading from the Hall's Gap and Waynesbuig Pike by way of Pleasant Point church, to It is distant one mile from Klngsville. the ionctio of the C S .V G. rallroads.wherc there is a depot. taprvss and telegraph otlice. The county road mentioned is tne llnu 01 me turn pine to wi duiii be coming summer lo Kmgsvillu The farm is mostly level or icenlly rolling land, and is imprrvid being, all under good fence and having an abundance ot timber for fencing and for wood, and abund.ncool excellent water. Also having a comfortable and commodious dwelling, good a fum garden stocked with fine small fruits ami a snlendid oichard Three of the land Is cleared and ready fr culti. ration, and the suit is fitst -class for the section The dwelling is within quarter of a mile of a church, school and pottoluce, and the neighborhood is a good one It is a most desiraMe home. Title pcrffCt, and will be backed by a good war ranty The pUcu is known as the Reed farm Terms. One half cash, balance within one year with ' per rent intrrest or at the option of the curcbasei on six and twelve months' time at 6 per plent interest wilh approved security on first nmc lien on land lor second. H. HKLM. S-pd. ..SALE OK., Land, Stock, Crop, &c. As Esecutor of W. M. Hlgglns. derd , will sell at public auction on the premises on Thursday, May 31, 1894, The Farm of, 234 Acres of Land, Abcut 75 Acres in cultivation now .the remainder in glass, situated 4 mil s from Crab Orchard. 8H miles from Stanford nud 1 mile from Cedar Creek W.n.lnn nn ih. I. N r a 1 1 ma 1 1 'f'wfl llnnf 4.n house, four rioms also dining room and kitchen, ! porches, vc., goou cistern, smiiko nouse, an ice house, douole cibin in yard, large barn, two corn cribs, two buggy houses and a Illacksmith Shop, Tools, Arc. The farm will be oflered in two tracts and as a whcle. Land notes will bear interest irom Jan. 1, 1835, six per cent. One-third In 6 months: one third in la months nnd In 18 months. Good school in mllo of house. 7 Alderney cows with calves. a cows and calve. S cows without calves 1 a-year-old steer. 1 male cow. 5 calves 3 sows and pigs. 13 shoats. 1 male hog. 2 workhorses, igood biitfgy mare that a lady can drive. 1 young mare in foal by Hackly's saddle horse. 16 head of shiep 1S lambs. Household and kitchen furniture, farming Implements, such as shovel and turning plows, 1 hay rake, I mowing1 machine, 1 two-horse wagon, 1 rockaway, 1 spring wagon, scorn shelter, 1 oo.n cru.her, 1 wheat fan, 1 straw cutter, plow gear, etc. Also a lot ol bacoa, lard, vinegar, corn, hay, straw, etc. Also a track of knob land of jo acres, well timbered, on Ottenheim pike near Cox's Gap, sold separate. All sums under $10 cash. All overdue January r, 1S9J, with Interest from day of sale and sccuied by personal security. W, H HlGGINiri, Ex'or. We aro authotlted to announce Hon. jas. u. Mccreary A candidate for Representative In Coneress, subject to the action ol the Democratic party of the Eighth Concessional f'tstt ict ol Kentucky. Carriago Painting and Trimming I am now prepared to do all kinds of Orrise PaintitiK, Trimming and Repairing. Give me a call. Over Duwjlieity's ship on Main stieet. JOHN H. DeNARDI, Stauford Ky. Mrs. Coroy Saunders Irlrn. HarriH Hamilton Will open a MANI'l'AMAKIN '.establishment nth. pink votUco oil Uiwer Main street, Stanford, nnd bnrwidy lo leceiveorders Apill 1. They use toe latest and most fashionabU patterns and guarantee satisfaction. A trial Is solicited, Orchard, Lawn, Garden. Pull stock of Prult and Ornsmental Trees, Grape Vines, Aspitagus, Small Fruits, Shrubs, and everything usually found in a nursery establishment We sell direct to the planter aad havo no agents. Catalogues on application H. HILI.INMKVKIt, 5 Leitngton, Ky. Nice Turnout For'Sale. A good Horse, Harness and a single Surrey, as prod as new. for sale for the low price of Jiw. Call at Joe Rout's to see It, or on Judje I . L. Sheltonityou want t..by ..,, Ia A r A Kla 9-im I.ftmBtMii, Ky. HEAD THIS I I will on April ist commence lo sell my slock ol UcncralMerihandite at CITY COST FOR THE CASH er Country Produce so that I can gel cash out of such as llacon. Lard. Kggs slid ChUxens, Ae So come right akin and we will swap dollars awhile, if we can do nothing els a these hard limes. Thanking mv patrons for past favors 1 ask a liberal ,d. in this sale. K'-'," LTON, 5.1m Rowland, Ky ITotica. nit . . I... r ik. r..k lWkar.1 Lan.t D. I rB icsvnvttii ut io wi" Vi - Turn Tile Hm4 Cwmpaujr. arp hry notincil that n WectMa will e held Id the tio r . t i al. ... Mxt tUm Itatrsa 1 ljaia Ol liBU VrtHliu m 111c imi. tn .--- on SiturUay. April jlh, i9, at o'cJxlv p. m , to I,t j II. COLLI KK; Piestdent. Fruit Trees For Sale ! At'our Krult Farms and NurssriM oao mile West ofKingsvllle, Lincoln tMnty. We have as fine a stock ol Pruil Trees as any an ever ready ler transplanting nto orchard and garden this Kail Ore-urns of Apples and Peaches will be assorted to suit custoxeis at J10 per hundred The trees aie nke, the varieties the best needed to make home attractive and the children happy will he found hre For clrvuUis address J. A. MiKKK h CO.. 64 Klngssitle, Ky, 1 SIMMER. Dealer In Groceries, Candies, Fancy Goods, Fruits, &c. Desires to thank you for your patronage during the year which is almost gone and asks a continuance during the coming year. When Hungry try one of his 25 CTS MEALS And j ou will certainly go back and try him again. W. W. WITHERS, Dealer In Furniture Mouldings, Window Shades, AC. Stanford, t : Kentucky. Tho NEW FURNITURE STORE Spring time is here, and the wave of prosperity about lo sweep over the country i evideuccd by the increased activity manifested In every branch of trade. Tho prospects for money Is growing better dally, and soon the war of competition will break out with renewed vigor, and with all the flercc but pleasing energy !orn of a stale ol inaction of many month's duration, The old adage, "In time of peace prepare lor war.Tinds no time more (aver-able for application than Ihe present. lis are now in order to meet the Increased demand of a convalescent trade In view of these pleasant anticipations, I have Introduced some elaborate reforms into every branch ol my large line of goods, .hattges have been made In price which almost ciiual a revolution Old styles have superseded by new; the new have been replaced by tho latest; and the latest hate been pruned uutil the residue aptly Illustrates, "the survival of the fittest,'' odd shapes and finishes have been especially sought after to please the IrretlttaMc craving for novelty; while only such ot these have taken advantago of whole selling price Is thoroughly In liirmouy wilh the spirit of the times and trade. A glance through my steck will satisfy you that my selection Is grand and my prices will thoroughly convice you that I am head quarters. New ideas have hivo been Introduced into all the mora Important lines of furniluro and they Constitute a line of goods which, for beauty design variety, style and price, is superlative in an eminent degree, and which reprcsintf to perfection the high standard achieved under the influence ol neceisity, the mother of invention. In orde to stimulate a sluggls and indifferent demand, I placo beforo you the cream of nil that is new Strictly cash, this wilt be to your Interest V. W. WITHERS KATE DEAN -At Walton's Opera House, Saturday Eve, Apr. 7. VOU ARIL... . Respectfully Invitod. I am lust bsck from the elites wilh a large and well selected sioek of MILLINKKV, which I will sell cheaper than esnr Miss Laura Jailiae, a superior tiimmer Irein Cincinnati, has engaged with me and I can guarrntee satisfaction In every particular. Cll aad see my sioods. MISSL1CCIF. HEAZt.r.V Stanford, Kr. Ladies, Your Attention, Plcaso. My Stock of MIIHnory Is he! g rapidly opened and It embraces everything pretty ami stylish. I have engaged Miss Julia Milt, of Cincinnati, to trim for me Sis Is a biily of much erpcrience and tasie and Is sure to give satisfaction. An etammatino of is is MKS POKIK T COl'RTS. MIXjLI3STEI2T I Two doors above Always on band Tho Nobicst nnd Nicest Goods? Can bo baJ in the market. Prices lower than Ihe lowest Mevrnlng chls a specialty. Call and etainine before buying MAltV MAVIS DUDDKRAR. Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager. Stanford, Ky COMMKkCIAl III.OCK D. S. CARPENTER, At the well-known old stand ol J, II. Green, In Hustonvillo, - Kontucky, Has just received an excellent addition to his sto k of Furniture and i' rdially Inviics you i tall and esamine It. He is also jgrnt fur the Oliver Chilled and Silver Siesl Plows as well as repairs lor same No plows stand higher In the esiima lien of the publU than these. Ills stock ol haine.a and saddles Is larger than ever Has also added a line of lluggicf. Surreys and Stoves I), S CARl'KNTICR ITqw Moat Sh.op. We have opened on IS-pot Street a first-class llutcher Sh4t where we will keep at all liases the best rriuU that the country afferds. We will handle nothing tut the best aad will SELL FOR CASH ONLY, As we can net keep bosks. Oar customers wilt be served In the best style nd we solicit lha patronage of the public Vve also buy goad fern fed cattle and hogs ANDKKSON C'AltK .V CO , H jra Manfetil, Ky. ASSIONKK'S SALK OF A Stock of Merchandise At Kingsvillo, Kontucky. As assignee of (ilass At JoLason, I will, uatil further nonce, sll AT COST FOR CASH! The stock if merchandise at Klngsville which Glass A- Johnson assigned to me for Ihe benefit cf their cred'tots The stock consists of Dry Goods, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, Groceries, Ac This Is a fine chance for bargains, Any person dtsinng lo bur the as a whole will do well to call on me for terns. All persons indebted to the firm must come up and settle with me. HOWARD ALCORS, Trusli. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD. KY. Capital Stock $200,000 Surplus - 21,300 Attention of the public is invited to the fsc that this is the only National tlaak in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Dank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stoik, but bv the stockholders liability lor so amount equal to the slock, so that depositors of this institution are secured by a fund of 400,000. Kive sworn statements of thecnnuitlon of the bank are madeeach vrarto the United States government and lis assets arc esamlncd at stated times by government agents, thus securing addititoaa anu perfect safety 10 depositors. This institution, onirinally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford in iljt, then tied as the National Hank ol Stanford In iS4j and again re organised as the First National Ilank of Stanton! in iMi, lias had practically an nsistcacnuf t years It is better supplied now with facilities for trsusaeting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, turns and individuals respectfully solio ted The Directory ol this Dank is composed ol Korrslws Kiid, Lincoln county j S. T. Harris, Lincoln; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S.ll. llaughman,LincolD; J. S. Mocker. Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; ,M D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinncy; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon J. S. Mocker, President; John . McHolerts, Cashier; A. A. McKinner, Asustant Cashier. Farmers Bank&Trnst Co OT STANrORD,:KY Is now fully organiicd and ready for business with Paid up Oapitalof - - $200,000. Surplus, . 'll 000. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL UANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the saint assets and under ilia same fly provisions of its chatter, depositors are as fully protected as aie depositors in National Hanks, its shareholders being held individually liaole to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may act as caecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who culrusted their buiaiuess to us while innaging the Lincoln National Hank ot Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust tbey will continue to transact their businoss with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience la banking andas liberal accommodations as arc consistent wilh sound hanking. DtnicToKi: J.J. Willlsms.Mt. Vernon; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Euibry, Stanford; J. II. Owsley, Stsnlard; J. FJ Cash, Stanford; Willi imGco.h, Slanlord; A. W. Carpenter, MHIeJgeville, Ky W. II. Curamini, P.eachcrsvdle S, H. Sh inks, President, Dr. J.P. Ows'ey, Cashier, W. M. l!ilcht,Tit!Ier.