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( f ' W1 - v -", Semi-Weekly Interior Journa: rabllahod Every Tuesday and Friday AT 0 FJCR, YMAK IN" ADVANOH ewWhen not so paid 32.BO will be K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leave Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning at L.&N. LOCAL TIME CAHD. No. f 4. Train going North ri 3; p m No.sS, " " ' 1 23 pra No ts. " " South ti s P n No. to, " " " ............... 3 aj a m QUEEN & CRESCENT. .. Train pan Junction City follow! : No. 1 South N N?rth t " ' " 3 " ...toopm 5 ' 11.30 pm ' 6 " .J.I5" 9 8 40 p m "10 " Jmb f iDoWSmp Jlbtototely A cream of tarter baking pow der. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government frood Keport. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 Wall Street, New York. Commissioner's Sale OF A VALUABLE AND Highly Improved Farm. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. J. W. Baujhmanand Others, Plaintiffs, against Harry Ilaughmaa and Others, Defis. Notice of Sale. Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit C.nnrt rendered at In February term. 180C In 1 h Qbora styled proceeding, the undersigned Com- tnrsnoner will, on TUESDAY, KAYZ2l3t, 1895, Dotwn ii A. M. and 3 P. M., at the residence of the late Henry tsaugnman, sen at puoiic outcry 10 tha tuhest and best bldccr Ue Karm of 316 Acres, OneRood, Four Poles, tf Lin 1, situated in Lincoln county, Ky., on the Stanford & Halls Gap Turnpike Koad, i of a ralle from the city of Stanford and just outside of tha limits of said city. Said farm la in a high state of cultivation aod improvement. It bas up en it a modern brick dwelling house ol 7 or 8 rooms, with large, roomy halls and porches. The outbuildings in excellence oi character are in keeping with the dwelling house, including one o( the very best barns in the county. The fencing outside and in ia good. Ihe farm is well watered by ponds, pool and running streams. A rare opportunity is afforaea to purchue one ot the most valuable and desirable homes in the county. The purchaser tll be given lull possession of said farm on the 1st day of June, 1855. Said farm Is bounded as follows: beginning at a point in the centre oi the Stanford & Halls Gap turnpike, corner to Kewland, thence S. 69K W. 5c poles is linka to a atone, corner to same, thence S. 70 M W. 73 poles i links to a post corner to Newland, thence S. 18 E. ij polea 6 links to a otaae, corner to Newland, thence S. to W. io3 poles to a stake in Newland line and corner to Frederick, then:e S 5 deg. 7 mln W. 47 poles 16 licks to a slake in line of Frederick, thence b. B K. 80 poles to post at corner of garden, thence S.89 E. lijpoleuolinkstoa stake In centre of Ma-on's Gap road, oppoute a small black walnut tanning on west side ot road, thence with centre of road N. V K.6a poles isiinks to a stake in of the road and corner to Alex Martin, thence N.aSliW. iinjlesiolinkstoa stake, corner to tsaate. the ice N. 19 E. iS poles to a stake in line of JDadderar tract and to same, thence N. 70 tier. 55 roin. 10 poles to a stake, corner to M.b. Baughman, thence N. 7?A W. 131 poles. in the agsjrejrate 316 Acres 1 Koad and Poles of land. ... .. , . .t Tne purpose of this sale Is for a division of the proceeds amongst the plaintiff and defendant! ac-cording to their respective rights. Mn.c UA ff T? r.Aflll. f, t anrl 41 months in equal payments, the purchaser g vlnr bond with approved personal security, payable to the Commissioner and bciring Interest from diy of sale. Lien retained pn theland , as a further R. C. WARREN, Jiill & McUoberta, Attys. M C. L. C.C. ALSO EXECUTORS' SALE -OF A HANGING FORK FARM ONE-HALF OF THE ST. ASAPH HOTEL PROPERTY, Store-House, Houiehold.and Kitchen Fumiture, live Stock and Farming Implements. At executors of Henry Biughman, dee'd, we will at the same time and place sell at public outcry to the higheit bidder a Farm of About 480 Acres Of Land en Hanging Fork, in Lincoln countv, Ky .andadjalJlne tne lands of p. Mckittrick, Peter Carter, W. JI. Murphy, Ed Peyton, Sam Helm, Columbus Bishop and Adam Carpenter and commonly known as the Lyile farm. This farm I about 5 miles from Stanford, on the SUnlord & Milledgeille and the Knob Lick, McCormack's Church & Turnersville turnpike roads, and has upon it a frame dwelling house, barns, &a, and Is well watered It is fine Hog og Frrlc laud and is now about i m grass and in Tne'tarm will be offered for sale in two parcels and as a whole and the highest bid or bids accept-Also the Brick Store-House on the side cf Main street in Stanford, Ky., oow occupied by A. Urbansky & Co., and known at the Louisville Store. ' Also an undivided one-half Interest in the St. Asaph Hotel property in Stanford, Ky , which Induces) the hotel proper and two large Store-Rooms thereunder, outhouses, lot and stable. This Hotel and Is in is a two story brick building order, and has a large and increasing custom, and is now being con Jucted by Karris & Hardin, the owneraofthe other one-hall intereit. Also the Household and Kitchen Furniture, one wagon, one phieton. The Furniture includes an Organ and new Piano. ... Also all the Live Stock now on the farm, con--fisting of oo head ot old sheep and 80 lamhs, a lot at Jae Stock, lot of Horses and Brood Mares in Siibout asnead, lot of Mules, Hogs, Cattle and Tnereal properly will be said for one-third cash ssal the balance in in equal payments in one and two yean, bearing interest from day t sale and secured by lien retained. roe personal property, except suras under $to, which will be eeld for caah, will be sold rn a of t hree months and the purchaser will be toesecute note with good secuiitTj, bear- tog taterest from day ol sale. PoeaOBOl real property will be given on lanoTry 1, 9. nd f P"001 proP"ty when natd for or notes executed. PTheUwllibeginato m. Any person mlinyother information concerning the above crtVcanwrit. ore Hj. iuafardj Kj. T. D. Kglih, Auctioneer. Kxecuton. SUCCESS IX HER AET. AMALI KUSSNER AND HER CAREER AS A MINIATURIST. Iler Striiprjlo to Oct a 8tart Wtirk With the Ol.oas Notable l'ortrnlta. rcrsonnl Skvtch of the Vonus Artist. Abaorbctl In Her Art. , ICopyrlglit, 1EC5, by American Press Aaiocln tlon.J Nowlicro iu tho nniinls of nrl can bo found n uoro picturesquopcrsoiinlity or a nioro rciunrkablo oarcor than tiiat of Ainalia Knssuor, tlio miniaturist who ia nt present attracting moro gonoral attention thau any other artist in .Amotion. About two years ago in tho winter of 1893 and 1803, to bo nxaot this young girl, then scarcely raoio than a child, canio to 'Now York. Sho was nlouo, without influence, brought no letters and was as nbsolutoly unknown as if just doscoudod from auothor planot. Moroovor, sho was a miniature painter, .and miniaturo painting had been prac tically a lost art over sinco photography had como into popular uso. When Amalia Kussner arrived in Now York, tuo miniaturo was Known oniy as a somowhat raro antique, generally tho likeness of ono's graudmoAor, painted in short waist and high comb by somo forolgn artist. Yet less than two years afterward, at tho oxhibit of tho por traits of women last fall, Amalia Kuss net's collodion of miniatures constitut ed a veritablo bluo book. From tho jow cled circlets hung in tho satin caso tho faces of many of Now York's most beautiful' and fnshionablo women looked out with tho fascination that uopicturo savo tho miniaturo radiates. Thoro is an indoscribablo charm about it that touches tho hoart, a spiritual beauty that is lacking iu nil othor mothods of likeness marking, nnd Amalia Kuss ner's work possesses this indefluablo quality in an irresistiblo degreo, which may partially nccount for hor phenomenal success. Tho difficulty sho first encountered after coming to Now York was that which many others liavo mot in difJorout lines an opportunity to show what sho could do. Art bo snperfluo and costly as hers belongs exclusively to a small charmod circlo composed of persons AMALIA KCSSKER. ing both tho tasto and tho means to appreciate it. To reach thorn was the question, nnd whilo tho girl artist pondored ways and means sho struggled along as best sho could, painting soveral miniatures of beautiful women in professional lif o. Tho youth of the artist seems to precludo the possibility of much study. Sho had not been taught, for there wero then no teachers of the art in this country, and yet thoso first miniatures aro as fino as any sho has siuco dono, fact so singular as to go tr yvrrrn ttnt A tnnlln TTneonn.'a ni.tlott performances must bo accounted for, as many other othorwiso uuaccountablo ' things havo been, by tho ono word genius. But oven tho inborn gift needs scopo for full expression, and it camo at last to hor in thoshapo of an introduction to Mrs. Havomoycr, who, recoguiziug tho ability of the artist, not only Eiouca ner to paint jilt miniaturo, uni oxerted hor great iuilncuco in Miss interest Thus was opened to her tho golden door to tho charmod circlo which sho had so longed to enter, and fcrtuno, as fame, was hencoforth hers. Mrs. Lori.llard Spencer was another enthusiastic and influential patroness, and her miniaturo is ono of tho finest that Miss Kussner has painted. About tho most romarkablo f oaturo of her work is tho amount of it. To cstimato this, ono must know something of tho great labor involvod tho unorring accuracy with which each stroko of the tiny brushes must fall, for no painting over is possible, a9 in other branches of pictorial art; tho all but endless dotaiL in touches; tho HlJsHsWlsiSo fSjlSr'SBssHsHuFi'lluS!!. OiiK'!t"ldssSESxrBEi tfssssssssssssK UsEsssssssssKs I UssawWFLtl fln, ftXCK& WELJm raft gJfc&.'vJEur, , i MM Ws MINIATURE MRS. M. A. TYLER. strain on tho eyes of tho almost constant use of tho magnifying glass, sinco each touch must stand tho test, and muoh of tho painting indeed Ib dono nuder the glass. Yot within two yoars this young nrtist has painted scoros of miniatures of tho most prominent men and women of tho country. Several who aro familiar with the highest art of Europo prefer Amalia Kussuer's miniatures as, for examplu, Mr. G. P. Mofosini, of whom s. , A she has painted two, nnd Miss LilMan Russell, ot whom sho has painted three. Amoug hor uotnblo portraits of well kuowa Chicago persons is that of tho lato Gcnornl Strong nnd two of Mrs. Armour. Tho roccnt miniaturo of tho lajt named Indy is n radiant gom of Amalia Kussncr's art, and Its beauty is enhancod by tho sumptuous richness of tho setting, which' is n dazzling serpent of omornlds, with diamond eyes. Tho publlo is naturally iutorostod in knowing somothiug of tho personality of tho girl nrtlst Sho is very small, scarcely taller than n child of 13, with an exquisitoly modoled little figuro, a MINIATURE MISS STRONG. perfect miniaturo woman. Her hands aro tho smallest that over wrought magic, hor oyos nro very largo and long lashod and dark, hor hair is brown and hor complexion brilliantly brunette. Sho lives quietly absorbed in hor art and rather shrinking from tho sooial attention showored upon hor. It was her purposo to go abroad in tho early summer and to opou n studio in Paris and later In St. Petersburg. But it now seems unlikely that sho will bo ablo tc sail cnrlior than Septombor. Nancy Huston Banks. New York. . Ilostoti naked Beans. Although Boston baked beans hare achieved a nntional roputation and are served on many tables nil ov6r tho Union, it has often been remarkod by connoisseurs thnt nowhero but in tho Hub itsolf cnu tho geuuiuo article bo found. Thoboanitsolf may bo qui to tho samo, but tho cooking eouioIiow is not. Tho dish hasn't the right tasto; thoro is something lncking, though what it is impossiblo for tho disappointod housekeeper to toll. For tho beuofJt of thesol give tho following rooipo, which I gunrantoo will bring smiles of completo satisfaction to the lips of Boston baked bean loving husbands, sons, daughtors and guests, before whom tho arMclo is placed. Give heed to tho minutest details, as It is upon these seemingly unimportant points rest tho wholo difforunco in tho results between tho real Bostony flavor of the beans whon cooked and tho flavorless imitation. Take a quart of small white beans, and after thoroughly washing thorn put them in plenty of cold water to soak overnight. In tho morning lift thorn out of tho water with a strainer (that nr rlrnns tnnv tin li'ftl nnd nnt thorn in 'a kottlo of cold water over tho flro to parboil. Let them boll about ten minutes, but not long enough to burst open; then remove them from tho boiling water and put them into tho bean pot to bo baked. Before putting them into tho oven proparo a pound of fnt salt pork in tho following monuor: Wash tho pork thoroughly nudsorapotho riud until it looks whito; then take a sharp knifo nnd gash tho rind through to tho meat in fingerlike strips. Now sink tho pork in tlio center of tho bonus, so tho rind will bo on a lovol with tliu top of tha boaus; then put in n half teaspoonf ul of baking soda (not baking powder) and 2 largo tablespoonfuls of common morasses. Cover tho wholo with cold water and put in tho ovon to bako. When tho water cooks away, fill up tho pot with warm water, but when tho beans nro nearly dono allow tho water to cook noarly away, so that tho rind of tho pork may cook crisp and dry and tho boaus brown on top. When douo, tho beans should ba soft, but uot cracked opon. Servo on a platter, with tho pork in tho couter. Jane Douson O'Heun. The Queen & Crescent Route will sell tickets to Latonia and return at one and one-third fare from all stations in Kentucky. The races will be held this year from May 23d to June 20th. Ask agents for particulars. W. 0. Rinearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati, 0. Parnell, the lion, was killed in a contest with a bull in the ring a Monteroy, Mexico. 18i Reliable Process Greatly improved for 1895 and worthy of consideration. They have Proven a Success. COLLEGES IN A POOL. The AfHllntlon IM.tn ot Dr. Ilnrpcr or tho Chlcneo Unit-entity. Baptist colleges nnd academies tre preparing to como under tho wing of tho University of Chicago. Br. Harper's grea educational plan of affiliation is gaining favor and foothold iu the northwest, Thoro is n strong probability that as many rts u dozen institutions will ufllliato with tho university this year, and that a thousand moro students will soon bo working in various places of learning for its bacholors' degrees. Tho ndvnntago in tho system is in general economy of adjustment in tho various educational factors. Tho university will secure greater breadth nntl completeness. It will have control of nil preliminary education. RoArtition of courses will bo avoided. SttSleuta will bo nblo to enter ho university nt an Earlier ago. Tho standard of tho will bo raised Instructors could jo front school to school Tho uendomy and collego would recoivo aid in books and apparatus from tho university. Tho academy and collego, being at a distance, would 1)0 froo to develop their own peculiar spirit and Ufo and bo freo from tho dolotorious effects of a close social union. Tho system iu its perfection would bo eomploto within itself. Graduates in tlio univorsity, who would bo familiar with tho uniquo features, would recoivo positions as fenchera in tlio colleges nnd academics. Courses of study taken iu tho colleges will recoivo credit toward a univorsity degreo just as if thoy wero taken on tho university campus. Chi cogo Times-Herald. THE LEARNED HUSSAR. The New Gcnnnn Embassador sit lloth Clever and Married. Mr. von Thiolman, who will succeed Baron vou Saurmn ns German in Washington, is not, ns h:u been stated, a bachelor, but a married man, his wifo hnving been a Countess Rors, Mr. von Thiolman is an o.ix3rt upon questions involving commercial relations. As Prussian minister in Hamburg, then a freo hanseatic town, ho greatly distinguished himself in negotiating tho agreement under which that ancient city surreudexed her privileges as n freo port and joined tho Zollvcrciu. Tho new has always boon an enthusiast nnd intelligent traveler nnd is tho author of n number of valuablo books of travoL In tho Franco-German war ho served in a cavalry regiment Tho fact thnt immediately after tho battlo of Mars-la-Tour, in which ho conducted himself with conspicuous gallantry, ho wroto an account of tho battlo in Sanskrit upon a postal card, addressed to hi&old profess or in Bonn, earned for him in tho army tho sobriquet, "Tlio Learned Hussar. " Now York Tribune Having a little money, and feeling your blood course with a speculative hop, skip and jump, reflect upon the ratio in which capital invested at G per cent, and forgotten silently magnifies itself. On the books of a dry goods firm lately failing in New York was the record oi an Englishman who lent the firm $25,000 In IS 17. Each year bo drew out 11,000, but thereat he left to grow beneath the fructifying touch of compound interest. In -18 vears the books show this investor entitled to a credit of $154,000. Chicago Inter Ocean. Peter Tellerdam, a miser, living in Detroit, died of starvation. He had begged for 25 years and the impression was that he had nothing. After his death the mattress in the little attic in which he slept was torn open and $4,000 in gold, silver and greenbacks wero fcund. An undertaker will no longer 1 e known as an ''Undertaker and Embalm er." In the future be will bo known as a "Mortician." This was decided on at the second day's meeting of the Funer al Director's Association of Kentucky, which was held in Louisville Wednes day. A poor fnrmer near Decatur, Ind , named his triplets Ruth, Francis and Esther, wrote tho information to Presi dent Cleveland, and received a reply containing a check for $500. Cholera is spreading in Russia, and Europe is likely to have epidemics of the scourge this summer. See tho World's Fair for 16 Cents. Upon receipt of your addicss and ij cents in poitige stamps we will mall you our Souvenir Portfolio ol the World's Columbian Expoiltion. The regular price Is joe, but a we want you to have on-) we make the price nomloal. You will tied it a work or Art and a thins to be prired. Jt contains full paso views of the great buildings, with detcrlpticus of same and Is ciecuted In the blchfit style ol art. If not satisfied with It after you vet it we will refund the stamps and let you keep the book. Address 11. . Uucklen A' Co., Chlcaeo, HI. They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. Guarantee Satisfaction Call and see. HIGGINS & McKINNEY, Don't Miss Cleaning Tow House This pretty weather. We have every thing you want in Oil Cloth, Carpet, Matting Rugs, Portierres, Lace and Swiss Curtains, Draperies, Curtain Poles. We arc selling Carpets at from 10 to 15 cents on the yard less than any other house. Come and sec. SEVERANCE & SON. SUMMER LIGHT AND DARK COLORS. 4 SksasBwaiiissBiBiSBBBSsssssasssssssssiiMvaissssiistsssMsssBissss a r Flannel, Worsted, Luster. B Call and H. . K. WIEAf&lEN -Dealer Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, STAsrroziD. sy. W. J WITHERS, Salesman. Furniture, Undertaking, Picture Frames, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Carpet Paper. Don't Fail to See Our Window Shades. Our Folding Beds arc fine, substantial and cheap. We Beat In Low Priees And must sell the goods. Give us a call. WITHERS & HOOKER. READ THIS k SAVE MONEY; I will furnish any of the following machines at prices named below and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. The New Home, style two, $23. The New Home, style three, S25. The New Home, style five, S28. All made by the New Home Scwinc Machine Co. arc warranted for five years. 1 have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines arc offered: FXAXTOS: j j ORGANS: Chickering, Hazelton, Bush & I Mason & Hamlin, Gcrts, Colby & Co., Kingsbury, I Chicago Cottage, Summer, Kimball, Hinze, Prince I Kimball, 6k Son. I And Others. Sold on Easy Faymcntt. Special Attention to Mall Orders. Pianos and Organs Tuned and Repalrd by one of the most competent workman I ev. er knew, who served n-any years in factory Warning hi trade. All work warranted. Sewiog Machines repaired ana warranitu. Address, CLOTHING 1 See Them. J. McROBERTS. 9 In- P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. THE HERD OF Duroc Jersey Red Swine If. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Orab.Orchard, - - Kentucky. Pis for sale from the best types of Rcgisterd Stock. Breeder secured from the best herds in reveral different States. Correspindence Solicited BICYOIjES, . BICYCLES. eBjBBSCBS MSS7Va jtJLFsteslltsssUsaskSi .lsls Hundred Dollar Wheels at Eighty-Five; 85 dollar wheels at 65 dollars; 6$ dollar wheels at 50 dollars. Second-hand wheels very cheap Bicycle Sundries for sale cheip and Repairing of all kinds done. W. H, WEAREN & CO. ' ' V ', - tAi. , ;:uai ..uJ.i 1 "'" itjijufrwriTi gro.ija v .