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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891040301 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 1891 $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. - if)?- Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. Logans Creek nnd Dlx River. 1 im-prov- e. Interior Journal. STANFORD FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. LONDON KYM FRIDAY. APRIL 3. 1891. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. NO. 9'-- - LAUREL COUNTY. Sickneps is on tho increase. Beth Fuson left us Friday, having For Sai.b. 100 nice owes and lambs. At last report our editor wnH imMiss I.etha Cook has returned to S. M. Owens. secured tho required bond. continuu to proving nml may Judge W. l Baker, tho Echo's lo- Orlando. It. C. By waters sold to J. S. Owsley James Husti wiih in Uncnttr Mr. V. 8. 18 calves at III). cal, came in Tuesday night from a short Some one stole n two horse Yulcnn WcJucHilny on bimlnetw. V. Ciish delivered to K. L. Tanner visit to Knoxvillo among his old friends plow from n field of C. Broyles. KaBtor services at J. l'ortcr intended and about his old home. 150 barrels of corn at WAO. Farmers aro getting restive on iic-- l Mr. J. F. Grant, of -- Monte Fox bought of Jell and Ed Milt Green begged oil" from our jail- count of delay in beginning farm work. wnshcroSundny, tli Kuest of Mrs. Purcell, mother of Mr. John ' er to get bond, while Jailer Lovoll and nm nf mir nru'IntV l)t'll('8. Mr. Heftier 8 Jones 112 cotton mules at $ICJ. Carroll ShankB sold to L. I). Garner two children had the measles nnd skip PurceJI, tiled a few days since, aged storekeeper, Mr. John Gnbbard, of about So. ped. Madison, arrived Saturday to bu on his flno young stallion for Charley Baker has resigned as asIn case of war between Italy and nt tho distillery, which is in operaFoiiSalk. A fewliushclR of clover duty sistant depot agent and Bobcrt Carrier this country our old mountain fence-ration mushing nnd will start up next Becd at fi per bushel. A. 1). Boot. rilles will come in good play. G. Graham sold to Monday. Tho capacity of tho distillery M. Beck 15 has been appointed in his place. If Robert does as well in his new capacity Walter Shrewsbury was tried here will bo only one barrel per day. Mr. head of cows and heifers at cts. Fou Sai.k. HO bushels of cultivated as Charlie has, the freight receivers here Tuesday and adjudged a lunatic. He V. E. Anion, while, trying to drive a was sent to the Lexington Asylum Wedyoung horse, Tuesday, was thrown hemp seed :J years from imported seed. will be pleased. Our goods are Sherifl Moran concluded to engage nesday. 10 feet and thought to be seriously J. Bright. about Miss Lizzie Wilburn, of Pulaski Bead tho description and pedigree of in tho matrimonial business Friday hurt, but wo nro glad to say ho is over tho shock. Mrs. James lleazley, a very Mr. J. Steele Carpenter's fine saddle night and married the Bister of his first county, who was living with the family wife, Friday, and like Weaver is entitled of C. C. Williams, at this place, died estimable lady, has gone to Middlesboro stallion in our horse columns. Mr E. Bruce's Julia C, by Faulcon-er- 's to and has the congratulations of rt ma- Monday night after a few days illness of n boarding-house- . J. in viow of getting pneumonia. Almoiit, dropped a lino filly colt by jority of the citizens of Laurel. II. II. Bush, of Clark county, Is visiting The remains of Mrs. Kate Simpson, Tho "cinch" craze has a firm hold And ready for the trade. Men's regular cut and exra long Sacks, Mrs. Jano Harrow. Ugau's Gambetta Wilkes Monday night. his sister. OrFrocks and Tennessee trotting horse breeders nee Brown, wife of Mr. Burt Simpson, here. Some of its devotees sit up and Creek was well represented at Crab Children's from 4 to 15 years got into Mr. 0. will meet at Nashville, April 15, and or of Bogersville, Tenn., will arrive here play it all night. It is a very interesting chard Sunday.-Do- gs with short pants. and be buried at tho McKeo game nnd is now being played throughM. Spoonamoru's sheep Sunday morn- ganized a State Breeders' Association. Thursday. She has a out the country. II. Crawford, of Doylesville, sold to burying-grouuing, but fortunately killed but ono. great number of relatives as well as Tho republican candidates for the Hoard and Gallegher, of J. M. Craig, of Bourbon, nine Messrs. were on tho creek Sunday. mules at SIM each. Winchester Demo- numberless friends to mourn her death. legislature were hero in force WednesTho Hon. Bichard Warren was hero day and held n Samuel Ward, A controversy arose, between two of our crat. Wednesday. As I said previously, if he H. J. Mullins, J. S. Joplin and Willard S. II. Baughman advertises his fine young folks tho other day, as to which would come up ho would "get there" by Wood are candidates for the nominaWas correct a turkey hen or a lady string of stallions for service in this paHob Gentry, a I law kins branch per. He has h splendid lot to Belect making friends among his enemies, and tion. turkey. I find that even his enemies are his vnpi. ueer s work train is with ub hustler, was hero Wednesday. Hunn from. Spring lambs are in dpmand in Cin- friends. If ho has any opposition hero now, denning out New Cook's quarry, Gaines was up in Garrard Sunday and done up thing "Brown." Eld. J. cinnati at 10 to V2 per cwU, while it will be on account of previous pledges which will begin operations again about the 15th. Tho value of ballast to be Q. Montgomery will preach at Kusli fat wethers and yearlings of extra nunlN and not on account of anything else. County Supt. Weaver found out his taken therefrom this summer will reach Has the largest and Branch Sunday and a good congregation ty will bring J5.75 to ffl. Wo can boast of having It is proposed to have the track sweetheart, Miss MiIIb, from Clay, was is expected. MOST COMPLETE STOCK Tho promises of the oil and gas men, two Uno sUllions, Ed Barlow and lighted by electricity, and hove evening on her woy to Texas, along with the balu trotting rontests during tho July meet- ance of her family, very late in the who have leased a great deal of land in Screamer, Jr., property of C. M. OF evening Monday and got the usual re- this county, have not materialized so far and James l'epples. It. C. Guinea ing at Went Superior, Wis. Thos. E. Woods bought of diuorent quirements and they were married. as tho oil is concerned; copious quantidesires to break and handle young and twiddle. Bates parties 50 shoats from L'J to a conts. W. Will is our only democratic officer and a ties of gas seem to be about all that has horses for harness w , t iiviiii tit uvuiiiuiu ul Jll..a majority of our citizens join with us in resulted up to date. reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. I) Snow sold to HHino party eight 1STO, i as low as me lowest. From what we have learned by incattle at $:M per head. Advo- congratulations and best wishes. A Few Appreciated Paragraphs. of Mrs. quiring of those mostly interested in polMr. Mark Sparks, brother cate. in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s Among those who know him, and W. S. Brewer, Jako Board, W. J. Matson here, returned to his homo at itical affairs, it appears that a majority who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to tboae who know of him, sorrow at tho Hannaand Dave Walter purchased in Rising Indian, Wednesday. Mr. Chas-B- . of our people are for Watt Hardin for dangerous illness of tho gentle. but Mercer, Anderson, Washington and Matson, son of our late doctor, left governor and almost unanimously for send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old Walton, of tho Stanford Boyle counties .'50,000 lambs at 5 and 0 here for his homo in Rising Sun, Ind., R. C. Warren for auditor. 'gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic- JouiKAi., will be universal. A cents. Paris Kentuckiun. Friday. He will return in n few days Tho usual number of deceptions ted and I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. gentleman in tho purest, highest, broadProceedings in law were perpetrated upon the guileless here Uraham A Catron sold to J. M. Hail with liia mother. est sense of the word, a fearless, manly 10 head of cattle at '2i; to against the estate have been taken by Wednesday, which a grenter portion of thing; "Spring is here, and it's a hnmmer of a roscy-pose- y man and ono of tho ablest writers in tho Thos. limine III liciul ISA imiiiuI n i ,i Charley from his father's estate down the American public is supposed to inlegions of friends to ... j. I)arflt oq ,iwm of nbo State, tho hearts of his to the Insurance in tho Knights of Hon- dulge in, or uphold at least, as being exsoon it will be Summer, then of course it wont be Spring." Very t 550 everywhere will stand still for tidings ,)0miH Verace for HKifiO. or. All interest in this has lasted long- cusable, upon the day following March May ho bo long from his sick-beSu0 Hardin, dam of the great 2 er than tho usual ') days' wonder. aist. to a pretension that needs Gardening time has come and you will find old, Cleo LMIJ, by Gambetta, dropped n Mrs. L. B. Adnms and children are HUBBLE. and to a people that love flm, Btu,, co ,)y nIIBIU.y.H Ro,,,,,,, visiting Paint Lick. Mrs. Mary Conn is limes. ... QltOIl tills week. Cleo ivns rocinrlv Brtl.l l.t. . M it Sweeney, aged 10, died nt his dangerously ill of pneumonia. Mrs. " 'J i.itni.rnm frmil Mr. K. CJ. '' Coleman, of Mercer, to Madden, of I.ox home at Bud Cox's, Sunday, of lung Belle Burnside has returned from Lanstates that while his brother, Mr. W. ington, for 55.000. trouble. Ho was carried to Pulaski caster. The Rev. II. C. Payne has reAValton, editor of tho Stanford Iktkhiok "MODEL Silas T Cobb has sold to Win. Todd, county Monday and buried in the old covered sufficiently to bo able to open JoniNAi., Is very III, his physicians iio of Garrard county, a He was a quiet his normal school Monday next. Mr.T. A large and select stock of N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, White and Red jack for Freedom church-yard- . not consider hhn dangerously so. That $1,000. Frank Maupin, Kingston, sold and harmless youth and his early deatli T. Wallace, the noted fisherman of Rockho may speedily recover his wonted to Wm. Arnold a jack for $1)50. Onion Sets, Beans, Peas, &c, in bulk and an endless variety of Fox is lamented by all. James Rogers sold castle, is angling in the Kentucky river. health and strength in tho wish of every Bros. A. Rice bought In Garrard 14 Landrcth's, FerrX's and Crossman's Garden Seeds in papers and mules a mare to James Yeager for $125. Tho County Clerk Miller has been sick, but ono who knows him, and of none more Mr. Frank Bailey, of V. S. Express line from Lancaster to is improving. atlttJ pur head. Richmond Climax. packages. Also Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, &c. thau his friends in tills oUW. There are 'Squire J. A. Hamon, of Fiunell, Danville is no more as the express com- Brodhead, ran tho Altumont office durfew men like him in journalism, and not has bought of Ed Burgess tho lino jack pany have agreett to discontinue nil ing tho absence of Mr. E. Woodall, who ono to sparo. Frankfort Capital. Mammoth, three years old, for $800. wagon lines. Some of our fnnners have took nn outing to Louisville nnd CincinThe nows of tho serious Illness of Mr. Norman Hambrick bought of Wnl. y sold their wool when clipped at '2o cts. nati. Mueller, the quarry man, from W. 1. Walton, of the Stanford Jouiin.u., 10 head of feeding cattle at $10 James Robinson sold his Socrates horse Cincinnati, is here. - FOR Is received with deep regret bv his nupor head and a yoke of oxen for ll'-'to a Middlesboro party for $225Jand will throughout tho State. merous friends Infinite toil woufd not enablo you to Georgetown Times. Bro. Montgomery ship him Saturday All who know him will sincerely hope sweep away a mist; but by ascending a school-houswill preach nt Bright'B obituary! you may often look over it altofor his speedy restoration. He is too Sunday night. Some thieves went into little good n man to be spared even temporaIN ALL KINDS OF- gether. So it is with our moral improve Little Bessie, youngest daughter of John Blank's corn crib Monday night rily from tho work whluh ho does so ment; wo wrestle fiercely with a vicious Mr. and Mrs. Stove Drye, died of pneu- and took about five barrels of corn. You well. Georgetown Times. which would have no hold upon monia Sunday evening, March 15th. ought to load up with buckshot, John, habit, us if we ascended into n higer moral atJames, dear, The bereaved part nts have the sympa- and always be ready. Mrs. l,uddleford-"O- li, mosphere. rrill you wait for mo hero by tho door? thy of every one in Hustonvillo. Bessie All kinds ol produce taken in exchange at the highest marketprices MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ribbon counI want to run over to tho was thq youngest and consequently tho The balloon proposed for polar exploter and match this bit of ribbon. Read pet of the family and she had a strong ESIK9Z9 James Floyd, of Pulaski, nnd Miss rations is DO feet in diameter and 500,000 pour paper or sit and watch tho people hold upon the Hearts of all, who could Mnttio Dickinson, of Adair, were mar- cubic feet in volume. Tho journey will until I come back. but rejoice in her youthful beauty nnd ried at Mr. B. 1). Hiatt's, this county, be from Spitsbergen and with n favoraMr. Puddleford All right, my dear. innocence. Tho little curly head ami Wednesday. ble wind will last four or five days. Mrs. P. ion her return aftor matching merry prattle of Bessie will bo sadly Miss Grace Fuller, daughter of the False friends are like shadows; they ribbon) Well, I'm back at last, dear. missed fora long time. Dear parents, Chief Justice, was married in Washingtime getting just w hat I want- sisters and brother, Bessie has only ton Monday to Mr. Archibald Brown, a keep close to us while we wnlk In tho I'd such n gone before. She will be there to hold wealthy Chicagoan. Of course tho wed- sunshine, but leave us tho instant we ed. Did you g"t very tired waiting? step into tho shade. Mr. P. Oh, no, I just jumped on a the gates ajar and welcome you when ding was nu elegant nllair. car and rode out to tho ball grounds and you are called. Her remainB, beautiful 2Yc:A FR u;ej For Trie W. E. VAKNON "DEATHS' doingsT saw tho boys play a game or two, so I in death as shu had been in life, were AFE lame 6ACK eTc. , rR0UP haven't waited hero more thun L'O min- interred in tho Hustonvillo cemetery, li n candidate to Till out unexpired term otC ounty URE An infant, of Georgo Kelley, black- Judge made vacant by the de.ith of Judge T W W. L. Williams otlleiating. Rev. utes. Tr-fvarnon, subject to the action of the Democratic RICHARnCOtJ.-TAY.ORMEA., smith, died. It was only a few days old. I'arly PEEDY ?Vb7 is not gonrally known that tho railIt Will Harnett, son of Willis Harnett, ACall onllTTOlililer. C. way mail service originated on tho river Mn. J. II. Milleii Dkaii Sin: With- of Rowland, died at '2 o'clock yesterday. Samuel F. on tho mail lino steamer. of n' fall Is a Candidate for Auditor of the State ol out consulting or seeing you, we take His death was the result to the will of the Democratic party. Co. NATIONAL BANK Covington, postmasters at Rising Sun in this way to call upon you to some time ago, which produced a represent a letter to Hon. Caye Lincoln county in 1810, addressed OK STANFORD, KY., OF STANFORD, KV. complication of diseases. His remains our next General DR. W. B. Johnson, Postmaster General, calling his Wo don't know how to mako will bo buried in Buffalo Cemetery toIs now fully organized and ready for business with Capital Stock attention to tho fact that twelve hours candidates, but we are tho kind day. that do Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Surplus was lost for waymail by carrying it from the voting and want tovoto for Office South side Main street, in office recently Surplus, you: 15,000. Attention of the public is invited to the fact Cincinnati or Louisville to Madison for David Scott, During tho last fiscal year the pension- vacated by Or. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. William II. Popples, that this is tho only National flank in Stanford. nnd advised tho appoint- W. II. Traylor, distribution, SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL Under the provisions of the National Bank Act. ers cost tho taxpayers of thu Uuited William Gooch, II AN K OK STANFORD, depositors are secured not only by the capital ment of a "traveling postmaster" on tho A. S. Traylor, States $109,357,53 land tho nrmy Will Burns, the stockholders' liability lor (Now closing up) with the same assets and under stock, butty to the stock, so that dcnaiitnrx an bouts. Tho idea found favor and resulted G. W. Iogan, amount caual or n total of $130,357,534, while ir the same management. Charles Scott, this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Hy provisions of its chatter, depositors are as i in tho great railway mail service. the total coBt of Germany's great standFive sworn statements of thocondition of the bank David Dudderar, A. O. Robinson, fully protected "is ate depositors iu National year to the Uuited States governHanks, its shareholders being held individually are made each ing army, maintained on a war footing, To Homo pungent remarks of a profes- L. Good), John Traylor, examined at stated limes liable to the extent of the amount of their stock ment and its assets are thus securing addititonal is estimated for tho current year at therein at the par value thercol. in addition to the ' by government agents, C. M. Spoonnmore, sional brother, a western lawyer began J. II. Anderson, safety to depositors. amount invested in such shares. It may act as and perfect This institution, originally established as the hiB reply as follows: "May it pleaso J. II. Pepple8,Jr. David Popples. executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully as Deposit Bank of Stanford in 1858, then t m an individual. this court, resting upon tho couch of reTo those who entrusted their buisiness to us ued as the National asBank ol Stanford in 1S65 and A writorouco asked a rustic citizen of the l'irl National Hank of "Charley, dear, what is monopoly?" publican equality as I do, covered with while mnagiii); the Lincoln National Hank ol again Stanford in iS3i, has uninter who had recently paid his Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and rupted existence. of had oracticallv an supplied years. It is better the blanket of constitutional panoply as Bho naked, looking up tendorly, as bIio Connecticut, Now York, what ho thought their business trust they will continue to transact now with facilities for transacting business promptwith us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten- ly and liberally than ever before in its long I am, nnd protected by tho icgls of rested submissively in his arms, with first visit to and tion to same, our twenty years experience in honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduliberty as I feol invseU to bo, her dainty head nestled against his coat of tho great city. American hanking and as liberal accommodations as are conciaries, firms aud individuals respectfully solicinever!" answered tho man. sound banking. "Waal, I sistent with ted. I despise the buzzing of the professional collar. DIHKCTORS: "Well," replied Charlie, manfully "Why, thar on Broadway itnllors seemed The Directory of this Bank is composed ol insect who has just Bat down, and defy J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; T. I. Foster, of Stanford; with his puny struggling to bring his mind to copo with 'a though meetin' was jest out!" Chrishis attompts to penetrate Forestus Reid, Lincoln county; J. M Hail, Stanlord; J. W. llayden, Stanford; Bting tho intorstices of my impervious abstruse subjects aud failing altogether tian Union. J. S. Ows'ey, Stanford; S. H. Haughman, Lincoln; to get beyond concrete facts, "I sincereS.J. Embry, Stanford; covering." M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; "Yes, papa, Jack is poor, but he loves S. T Harris Lincoln: y J. E.Lynn, Stanford; ly hope that this is." .,,. A. W. Carpenter. Milledgevllle; me. Mayn't I marry him, papa?" Collis P. Huntington, wife of the i ' t; " A. Lackey, Lincoln: Mrs. G. "O no, there ain't any favorites in this J. K. Baughman, Hustonville; "Well, yes, if you waut to." it. c..rA.. 'r i11. i.iu.dUiuivi.i railroad magnate, is being Bued for $1)00 Stanford; r. IVCIbU, cnr,K.r?w ,T . J. J. F. Cash, "You dear old thing but when?" for repairs executed upon her by a New family," soliloquized Johnny. "0 no! I W. P. Tale, Stanford, William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. Having removed my Barber Shop to the Com professes to mako guess not! If I bito any linger nails I "Immediately." York specialist, who OFFICERS: merclal Hotel, I am prbpared to accommodate la S.II. Shanks, President. dies ai well as gentlemen in anything they may "Oh, but you know It's Lent." ladlea more charming by the removal of catch It over tho knuckles. But tho J. B. Owsley, Cashier J. S. Hocker, President Cashier; wish in John J. McRoberts, wouldn't It bej well to get name. my line. Children also waited on. Oafl W.M. Bright, Teller. imperfections and the reduction of baby can eat his wholo foot, and they 'Yes, but facial A. A. M:KinacT, Assistant Cashier. JESSE THOMPSON, InCoinmerclal Hotel. H.Bjughmin, General think it's just cunning." J. necks. broken in to fasting right away?" Life. I Mld-dleebor- o, , $-- CLOTHING. K3rxxxg; il '-'J MOST ALL IN Cut-a-ways. d Har-rodsbur- Stagg & McRoberts. MIHI pow-wo- w. The Old Reliable Jewelers in the Lead. A. R. Penny Spoon-utnor- Watclies and Jewelry V'ft-poun- d WJQNJR3fi3?S'.fc lion-hearte- d 000-pou- nd l'i'. 1 hlm.-Glas- gow K N At A. A. WARDEN'S GROCERY" Mill-borr- Go to B. F. ROUT'S tM O. e -- 1 XlL Sr MWT Wri a Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Quoonswaro, No- tions, Etc., li, BGrr&SN6 FOB MAM OR ftr praih; BEAST . o. RICHARD WARREN sus-tnln- Farmers BanM Trust FIRST y. PENNY, Dentist. 8200,000 16,500 --- $30,-000,00- 0, I 3. , I , .... 11 lir-l-- u dMl. mr- - Book-Keep- over-thic- k 95-i- yr ... -.... V "WjBgW1' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Aphil 3, 189 Stanford. Ky. W. F. WALTON, Aftkk n fearful Beige of four weeks, N i El. I 1 1 r I-- : chloral. .Merer The .Inch Opera Company is said to a,n A.v Indianapolis man who hi toll" more have a guarantee of $20,000 for four soon bo well. meat than hu could chow, was choked weeks in Mexico. A youth named William Nail killed JJaiiox Fava, tbe Italian Minister at to death. It's a wonder the man who n WaBbington, notified tbe State depart- few years ago moved from the same city the city marshal of Lima, Ohio, bement Tuesday that be bad been recalled, to the White House didn't bharo a simi- cause that officer had threatened to arrest him. and that be bad turned over the Italian lar fate. Chicago's death rate, consequent upLegation to tbo Secretary. The real on the grip epidemic, has steadily inNEWSY NOTES. significance of bis recall is a matter of creased during each week of March, and goods surmise, though, by the greater number There were 200 deaths from la grippe foots up a total of tl.'OO. of persons, it is believed to be incident in Chicago Tuesday. Ed Wells, aged (50 year?, ono of the to the New Orleans nfl'uir. Over $'0,000 worth of diamonds were oldest freight conductors of the Cincinyou, Bayard thinks bis recall is for other stolen from a Jersey City store. nati Southern, was run over by a freight Calicoes, and moro personal reasons. It is to be Six meu were arrested in Louisville train and sustained injuries that will o5c; is right. .A for selling postage stamps at a discount. hoped that the likely cause his death. war over the killing of a few men in Forty Indians left Chicago for EuThe firm of Cornwall it Bro.. LouisSelf-LaciNew Orleans, all of whom had been ex- rope to join "Butlallo Bill's" Wild ville, who asMgned a few weeks ago, ercising the rights of American citizens, West. U will not only pay dollar for dollar, but There was nn increase of would be a disgrace to botli Italy and will have a handsome balance with America and would increase the debt in the public debt during the month of which to resume business. March. of both governments as well as necessaFour of the five members of the Lawrence Barrett's life was insured Mafia, who escaped the mob at New rily cause a Iofs of life. The condition of Italy is not such as to justify any for $100,000. His estate is worth S'OO,-00- 0 Orleans, were released from prison yesmore. needless actof aggression. Her public terday on bonds of $'500 each. Pielzo, weeh Tho Tennessee Legislature has ad- who is still in jail, could find no bondsdebt is enormous, approaching to that of to the United States at the close of tbo journed leaving a large amount of un- man. There has been an attempt to lynch civil war, to which is to be added the finished work. Capt. James It. Howard has taken the Wiguinton prisoners confined in burden of largo provincial, commercial . Of jail at Mt. Sterling. This time the jailer and private debts, the whole adding up charge of tho Lexington of course he bounced the democratic clerks was prepared for the mob, his posse was to more than four thousand millions before armed and when he showed fight tho dollars. Her population is only about the first thing. millions, and hundreds of thousands President Breyfogle,-o- tho L., N. A. lynchers retired. :0 Revenue agent and a couple of asof her peoplo are emigrating annually, & C. resigned and has been succeeded by sistants were fired on while burning an Main Street, Stanford, Ky, literally fleeing from the starvation Cieu. Samuel Thomas. The president has appointed Thos. illicit distillery near Lily, in Laurel. The which threatens them at home. A procostly war would mean her II. Carter, of Montana, Commissioner of ollicer and his men returned fire and tbe tracted and Bucklen's Arnica Salve shooting was kept up quite a while. It The best ulic in the orhl for cut, bruises, bankruptcy and ruin. On tbe other the general land ollice. d I8re, ulcer, salt thrum, finer sores,nilteller, Strikers in tho coko region raided is believed that nobody was hurt. hand Italy maintains a largo military hand, (.Miliums, corns and no Kii trip Iiigalls" is coin- tiuns and Ktitively cures piles, or Perhaps fuy requir and naval establishment and is better several works and wrecked some of the It i ing to Kentucky to have Senator Black eil. moneyKuuranteeil to ikih perfect tatiiUi.li""- r, prepared than we are for immediate op- plants. Much damage was done, i "" nsr remnueu r or ss erations. Her navy includes some The recall of Italy's Miuister will burn initiate him into tho ranks of dent Vol sale by A K Penny, SUnlurd, Ky. vessels, which could do great dam- probably postpone tbe president's pro- ocracy. High Priest Joseph ha" on band Tho Firat Sup. t the corn oil requisite for anointing apage to our seacoast cities. The American posed southern and western trip. ou ate run din, caH't eat, Perhaps an't Jo lep, can't think wonder anthiOK to your Jt There are not enough hearses and plicants for admission. Lou. Times. citizens aro resting easy on tbo subject, iJ ht aits isfactiftn. and you The carpenters of Chicago have should heed the warning, oh ate taVinr the tifit however, and believe they can put up a carriages in Pittsburgh to supply the denenous prostration. Ym need a nero Men t formed an agreement with tho Building tonic into Klectric Hitter yo ill Mud pretty fair fight if necessary. mand of deaths caused by la grippe. and remedy for teMotniK rout nervmu nyttem toit s 1 the heaviest of that city that all associations Minnesota has just ha Surpmimc reulu normal, healthy lundition The gubernatorial race is creating snow of the season, notwithstanding we be settled by arbitration. The lollow the me of iiim Ner Tonic and Alteram e Your apatite tettitix, Rood dietHn i neither excitement nor u great deal of are enjoying the second month of spring. terms of agreement provide for n work- and the liter anJ kidneyi rtume healthyreitnred action hottle. l'rue jo tent at A R I'eanj'f 'interest in this section and it seems to ing day of eight hours, at a minimum Try a ttre John Ouerbacker has sued tho dru be about tbe same way tho State over. cents per hour. hotel keeper, Jo B. Alexander, wage of thirty-fivQirfB Exporlonco in a Light Dr. Clardy occasionally takes a tilt at of Louisville, for $5,000 for alleged slan Senator Warner Miller's party whilo A Llttlo Uoubo. canMr, Clay for posing as the farmers' Mr nnd.Mr Loreii Trctcott are keeper ol the der. en route to Nicaragua has been wrecked Ileacli, Mich , Deputy Marshal II. G. Strong has on Rouckado Island, a coral formation Oov Lishthoue at Sand4 year old l.aitand are didate and that gentleman once in a April blesied vitha dauhti-followed with while takes bis spite out on tbo State captured Perry Durham, one of the most 100 miles to tho north of Greytown, the he wa taken dowo with meatles,a frver. Duftor a iouKh and tutnine into press, which ho claims is not a friend of notorious and desperate moonshiners in eastern terminus of tho canal. All drwdful and at Dettoil treated her, but in vain, at home she crew woitx rapidly until he wa a jnerr his. With these exceptions very little is Tennessee. members of tho party aro safe, and the handful of bone." I hen he tnd Ur r.in' While attempting to release himself gun boat Petrel has gone to the rescue. New I)li overy and alter the ueoi two and a hall heard from the aspirants of that ollice. completely cuteu. mrj ay in, bottle w John Young Brown and P. Watt Hardin from Deputy U. S. Marshal Beaven, Lee Km't may I)in.mery worth wniIitin K It is generally conceded that tho of- vet ) 011 New j;et you a trial bottle11a free at A.guld miy bo making an active canvass, and it Dodson, a Bardstown "bad horse" was ficers nud directors of tbo Schwartz Bank IVnny's dru store. is claimed they are, hut they have evi- Beriously shot by the officer. of Louisville have been feathering a nest Mlloa' Norvo nnd Liver PUla dently been keeping it very quiet. In Tho Mechanics' and Traders' Bank for themselves in Germany by robbing Acton a new principle -- regulating the A liter, new fact the auditor's race is about tbe only of New York offers a reward of $5,000 their recent depositors, a great many of stomach and bowel through the nere. luliou Ur. Mile' I'llli peedily cute one that is waxing warm and without it for the discovery of the person who start- whom bad their all in that shaky insti- dicovcry baiWatle, totpiJ luer, pile, conttipation ne, hrnallrtt, women, children Unoiuated State politics would bo very dull indeed. ed the story of tho alleged bank tution. It is to be hoped that they will mildest, for men,doe s cent, amplea free utet jo troubles. II I'enny's, Stanfntd be prosecuted to tho full extent of the at A. T. T. Ballakd, postmaster at Secretary Blaine baa received a tele- law. Tho Flnoat on Earth. is to bo investigated on a gram from Kansas to tbo effect that if he The Cintinnali, Hamilton A I)aton R R ii While trying to settle a dispute berunning Pullman's charge of having burned or caused to would furnish transportation 100,000 pat- tween chiefs of the Province of Assam, the only linel'tains, with Chair. I'etlected Safety Parlor. Vestilmled In between bo burned printed speeches Bent through riotic cowboys would like to spend the in East India, Commissioner Quintor nnd Dining Car service and the Cincinnati, run. only line dianapolis and Chicago Cln-- c tho mails by Congressman McCreary to summer in Rome. and a force of native British troops were i.ng ihroiuh Reclining Chair Car bitween nnati, Keokuk and Springfield, III. andbleeptng his homo constituents. Tho offense of Beginning .with July next, pay- attacked by hostile tribes, and, after a Car Cincinnati to Mackinaw; and the tho postmaster burning tho mail is bad ments at the Louisville and Knoxville two days battle, 470 of tho soldiers, nnlv TVrnet Lino L1111.1, Iletwcen enough, but when he destroys such pension agencies will be made on tbe whose ammunition gave out, were mas troit, the CiticiniMii, Dayton Canada. Toledo, DeLake Region and good literature a3 our Model Congress- 4th day of tho mouths of August, No- sacred by the bostiles. Two native regiIhe road is tneof the oldest in the State ot Ohio and the only line entering Cincinnati over as man's speeches are, we hardly know vember, February and May. ments have been sent from Simla to tbe miles of double track, and from its patt record can mote than iuutc it patrons speed, comfort and r what should be done with him. Washington Qninlan, who was once scene. safety In a card in yesterday's Courier- - Tickets on sale crery where, and see that they his punishment will not be very worth nearly $1,000,000, was found dead a prominent road C . II AD, cither in or out of Cincinnati, severe, because of the desire of the par- in bed in Albany, N. Y., with an empty Journal Mr. F. R. Feland, Indianapolis or Toledo. E. O McCORMICK. ty in power to keep such things as morphine vial by his side. Ho had reg- young democrat of Lawrenceburg, states Genera! J'asenger and Ticket Agent. the charges against tho that much in the dark as it is possible. istered under an assumed name. Tlicy All failed. regarding his burning pubThe town marshal of Prestonville, at that place A. Thnmon, Horn Vr The Lexington Leader docs not love lic documents that had accumulated in ofTtierollov,rcltler Mruianv inu-r-i stinsr: ( 0 iniitt-rthis State, shot the wifoof Dr. Contri befor lirr ' iri'jt friend and neighboring townsman a "My wt'e hitiIi'' "hiii our lie claims that lir lhre cause 8bo would not elope with him. his office aro untrue. k'onm ii ni d nfliv. ui In because that gentleman favors tho presi luogo, on who received thoso liud. persons in doctor in Nw will likely return compliments good many iht InrRn 'Jti I'hii de ent location of the capitol in preference The Dr. did not caro for thsiu and lnt.tn e phi.kOiir 'ii C"'Ci" lu month tit Taa; all documents in Muff.i.o for eyes on tho scoundrel. Dr Mile to removing it to Lexington. Let broth- when belays threw them on tho lloor, and it was mere- failed THi fchoiilrt helm Iter wonilerrmly The McKinley Gubernational cam- ly to clean up his ofiico that ho swept Nrin- In hi1 d.on Uilirs, erly lovo continue. Mr. Bradley shows ho un liioselio. chotigrsof Tuesdi'turlni'ii1", llt, rheumatism, a decided liberality in not using his in- paign in Ohio began in Cleveland tho papers out, including Mr. McCreary's life, nrrv.nn A. It I Vim v ilruu 'tore fren etc. Awh nt fluence to secure its location at his homo day night when tho Tariff Taxer was speeches, and burned them. However, trial tattle nnd Ur, MilcV new book on tha Nerve and limit banquetted by tho Tippecauoo Club, and no inspector has niado his report yet. town of Lancaster. Ttic Worlcl'H I'nlr. orated in defense of the work of The f icltemont caused ly this cre.it evant It CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. Editor It. E. Mohningbtah, of tho ncnrcrly erjunled liv that produced by Ihr rmat Chauncy Depow and other members discovery of Dr Mlio the .Vrforofirc AVrriti Bowling Green Democrat, has become a change of It The constitutional convention has llfi tpredily cures nrrvout pro.trallon. uaad. Ilia, pnln dullness and confusion In Tho fortunato young lady is of tbe board of directors of the Now York, benedict. adopted what looks liko a close open s!eeilrnn", the blues, neuralgia, palpitaMisa Cora Gossom, of the same city, and New Haven and Hartford railioad have & Co., of C palm, of tho members-elec- t tion, monthly Y . T. etc and Xt. Snow (listens Moss, of been indicted by the grand jury at New clauBe. Three-fifth- s Syracuse. N hott they were married quietly in Louisville of tbo general assembly may ap- hurt;. Ind , ami A V Mlaekburn. of Woosler. better than O , ny thut "Tlie Nervino sell by Dr. T. T. Eaton. Here's wishing him York for complicity in tho recent fatal prove an amendment, and it may become any thing we ever sold, and give universal unbounded happiness and a lengthy tunnel accident in that city. Mlsfuctlon. ' Dr Mllos' nnw Illustrated treatA blizzard struck Denver Tuesday part of the constitution when ratified by ise on the Nmci aad lle.trl and trial bottlo honeymoon. and continued for five hours. Travel a majority of tho voters at a general free at A. It. 1'ennr'a drug ktore. These Edwin Booth, the greatest living tra was rendered impossible, and all cable, election for representatives. lines were com- amendments, or bills for amendment, gedian, bids farewell to the stage after electric and horse-c- ar this week's performance nt tho Brooklyn pletely tied up. Snow fell to tho depth will be above tbo governor's veto power. 2 Houses and Lots in McKinney, Both desirable homes. For information and academy of music. With Barrett's death of eighteen iuches. The storm prevailed The fact that yesterday was agreed upon term", address stage loses two generally throughout the Kocky Moun- for the settlement of the capital location and his retirement, tbo MRS. SUSIES ADAMS. i6Ji West Main Street, question indicates that tho convention's of its greatest actors and the country tain region. , Lexington, Kv 96.ll A charter has been taken out in labors are about over. two tragedians that alio is justly proud of. Tennessee and articles of incorporation CHURCH AFFAIRS. filed for tbo Helenwood and Middlesbo-r- o mag0. P. Huntington, tbo railroad Rev. J. M. Bruce has had 40 addirailway. Itidgoway, Spranglo A Co., nate is said to have put a million dollars tions to his church at Glasgow since Jan. of Helenwood, Tenn., aro tho incorporain a newspaper in New York. Tho 1st. paper is to be The Continent and if Mr. tors. This lino is, in all probability, a The Rev. Dr. Mendenhall, pastor of Huntington makes the Buccessinhis now proposed extension of the Nashville, tho Methodist church in Chicago, anrolo that bo has in his old, The Continent Chattanooga and St. Louis railroad, by. nounces himself as tho author of "Tho which the railroad might get to Middles-borowill bo a money making scheme. Breadwinners." Rev. John Bell Gibson will go up to The majority of thecommitteo on Tbain wrecking has been added to the Capital Location has agreed upon a plan Middlesboro to tbo dedication of tbo list of offences punishable by death in The Christian church at that place Sunday to tho people. California. A splendid law. A man of Bubmissiou Lexington and and consequently his pulpit hero will mean enough to wreck n train is too in- names of Louisville, upon. The two not be filled on that day. famous a scoundrel to live and the quick- Frankfort will bo voted Rev. George Dunlap suggests the leading candidates will stay in and the er the world is rid of him the better. hinderraost will drop out. Then the following plan for Rev. Geo. O. Barnes' The Democratic State Central Com- two cities will bo entitled to contest support for tho next year, beginning mittee ordered that nominations for again at another general election, and a April 1st. Let 100 friends obligate STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Darber Shop on Main street, State Senator and representative be majority will determine tbe seat of gov- themselves for ono dollar per month, Has a I'ortman Home, and invites a share or your made not later than Juno 20th and ernment. The whole fight comes up and 100 obligate themselves for 50 cents patronage. I'rompt attention to outside call aad pecial attention leaves the manner of selecting the nom- Tuesday and the big and little guns are per month, making $1,800, which ho don in the latest to ladies and children.and Work style with neatness dit thinks his friends could do easily. loading. patch. to the local committees. inee ng post-oilice- tbo editor seems to be at last improving. He wasnbloto eit up yesterday for a few moments for tbo first time and bis doctors say without a relapse be will Thk judge lias been very liberal In bis ruling in the capo of Charles K. Kincaid for the killing of Congressman Taulbee, now on trial at Washington, and the friends of tbo young journalist aro very hopeful of a favorable outcome for him. According to his testimony on tho witness stand he had been terribly persecuted and hounded by Taulbee and few men would have borno it so long as be. The trial will occupy several days yet, but wo hope in our next to chronicle his honorable acquittal and prompt discbarge. tli Thirteen prisoners were sent nt tho last term of tho Madpenitentiary ison circuit court. W. Y. Monroe, a prominent citizen of Columbus, Ind., committed suicide after an extended spree. of India reThe governor-genera- l ceives a salary of $250,000 a year and extras which increase tho amount to $500,- 000. n attorG. W. I) u vail, a in his ollice at ney, was found dead Princeton, the effects of nn over doso of well-know- The Louisville Store is pleased to aunoiuiec to its patrons the opening of o THK SPRING SEASON before in our existence and never before in. the existence of this town, was such elegant array of Dry Goods, Carpets, Shoes, Clothing, Gents' inirnisiiing uooas ana jxotwns, together m one house as you will Jind, this season in our store. 71 and learn, our prices and you will find ire can, save dnd examine our you from, zo w ou cents on one aouar. jtcaa t lie following price of only a will Jind every thing in our store equauij as cheap as few articles, but latest Spr ing stiles 5c; Worsteds from 5c up: Brillian-tin- e these few: Striped and Checked Worsteds 20c, worth o5c; an ele20c, worth gant line Ladies' Muslin Underwear jiust arrived: White Goods from 5c up; Kid Gloves, guaranteed.' $1 vcr nair. Our Clint Mutt Mathers' wV..'r,ajk the Department full of rr i -- -- c?03i:is: Nieest Spring and Summer Clothing. f Spring Suits from $o up. An elegant line of Pants, Uf diflencut vat- onlu, you r choice $1.25. We also beg the ladies o Stan- terns, for this jora and vicinity examine our stock of Boys' Clothing, Knee rants 2c and higher; Children's Suits $J.,5() and higher. Also an, elegant line Tri cot and Jerseii Suits. Don't forget when you come in and take a look at our immense stock of Carpets, Rugs, Oil Cloth, and Straw Jfatting. Come early the goods are picked over and get what you need for' the coming season at .jc LOUIS YIL LE STORK A. rUHAKSKY, MAN12S AND GAIIRII2I., Proprietor. Managers. cha-pe- irSifV1 JTWES!mrrSS23?VJ . E0BT. FEN2EL, Dclrr WATCHES, CLOCKS In first-cla- .1 dilfer-ence- ). thj WM&l prompt-S WAffeB&bl AV rtVT. Mr Repairing neatly and ly done. All Work Warranted. I well-know- n will take old go'd or silver in exchange lor t,;oods. Fine Watches a Specialty. (Stanford, Ky.) e r &3 S TAXI-O- I), KY. I m Law-rencebu- Slei-pin- g We are closing out our stock of Gibbs' Imperial, Iron Ucam, Champion and Oliver Steel and Combination Plows, AT COST. When we. say cost, we mean cost. Wc have taken the agency for the "Vulcan" Chilled Plow, the com ing Plow, and these must go to make room for them. Choice lot ol home grown Clover, Timothy, Orchard Grass and Oats. Oliver Chilled Repairs at reduced prices. Full stock of Hardware and Groceries. a c SINK. J M.MKNKKRf. Stanford Lumber Yard, 'I he How-eve- LUMBER, best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. SASH, FLOORING, LATH, DOORS, CEILING, SHINGLES, HLINDS, SIDING, Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. Wc carry a full stock of everything found in a post-mast- er WOVEN for building. 1S91. WIRE AETD SLAT FE1TCE. VJ contract . i.l Yo-f- VT c, lo p.vst-.ilio- n FIRST - CX.&SS LUMBER XLRD. ' Examine our designs and specifications before letting your SINK & llutcm-Ixililxo- f MKNTKFKK, Stanford, Ky. -- tr Con-ges- s. The "OLIVER" LEI ADS the Procession. Farmers and plowmen know that the Oliver Chilled Plow is the best plow on earth. Prices greatly reduced. No. A. for $4.50, formerly $$; No. H. $6, formerly S6.50; No. 10 $7, tormerly $$; No. 13 S8, formerly $9; No. 19 38.50, formerly 3 10; No. 20 $9, formerly S10.50; No. K. $9 50, formerly $11; No. 309.50, formerly $11; N. 409.50, formerly Si 1. Mouldboards, Landslides and Standards have also joined the army of low prices and are furnished cheaper than ever before. Hear this fact in mind, that the Oliver Chilled Plows are better known, have reached a larger sale, have had a longer run, have proved more popular and given better satisfaction than any other plow on the face of the globe. Don't be deceived by imitations, butjsce that the name of "Oliver" is on all the wearing parts. ir LOW PRICKS. a 1S91. FOR SALX. J. B. FOSTER, Agont. ff:VI W Ll for Infants and Children. Cutorla cures Colic, Con.it I potion, Sour BtouiacU, Dlnrrhn'a. Eructation, Kill Worms, gives aloep, and promote Without injurious medication. Tu ill- - E. H. FARMER, TONSORIAL ARTIST, first-clas- "Csutorlm Is M well adapted to children that I recommend It oa superior to an prescription known to mo." II. A. Ancura, M. D., HI So. Oxford St, BrooUjn, a, Y, s te Cimtaur Company, 77 Murray Street, V. Y. SS-c- mmmSLJLitimJli l"11 ipai 11 . imm wfcaWTsJ1MajsMMtMWl!'a'MsWs tW II . Semi-Week- ly IhteriorJouknal - Fhfsii lot of Zeigler llr'os.' shoes nt 8. II. Shanks'. SAWiMishiiiglfH and Bale by J. II. Foster. mm fetiouiglttmbur for Will sell Stanixmhj, Ky., Ai'itu M, 1891 B.O.WALTON, BUS. MOnORef MEANS Goon work horse for sale. cheap. M. F. Klkin & Co. A. B. Robertson & Bro.'s Spring Announcement. Wc arc now ready with a line of Spring and Summer Dress Goods, Silks, &c, unsurpassed by any House in Kentucky for quality, variety, style and low prices. We could not afford to carry such a stock here was it not for BUSINESS. It i Said that the Spring bonnet tin? year will eclipfo that of nil proviou? $cn?on A Youu account Is duo niul ready. 11. Call 02 iiil Hettlo and oblige A. Penny. The advertisement of Hoborlson A. Itro., of Danville, appears on this page. Fee if "von can find it and if you do read it. m m . l- - l- i- to-- Gov. Iti'iKNKK has set apart Saturday, PERSONAL POINTS. If every citiApril 11,118 Athor Day. Mit. J. C.uivnu Jonim went to I.oulH' zen of Stanford would devote a portion And knowing this, wc make prices so low that we attract more and more outside trade every season. Wc extend a cordial invitation to cv- of that day to setting out shade trees villo Tuesday. cry reader of the Interior Journal to come and see our line, feeling sure that we can make it pay you well. Wc call attcntion to a few snccialtics. which will oivc merely an idea of what we have to show: Cou K. F. Hum, of McKiiiny, is dan- this little city would present a more inviting appearand) hh well as make it by gerously 111 of dropsy. V. M. Fim.ks and family liavu far more comfortable during the hot Mit. er than anybody's, Come and ment as wc have. More than 200 satin stripe grenadines in blue, nile, summer days. moved to MaretHbur. sec if it is not so. new styles and colors from 9 cents red, yellow, white and cream at Mkh. S. J. ICmhry tins rucoverud from Tint entertainment given by tho puto 50 cents. Good line Ancrican only 57 cents. 32 inch China silks a severo attack of grippe of tho Female College pils We have a magnificent line of ginghams at 9 and 10 cents. at only 80 cents. 10 yards makes Mn. M.t k HtKiJiA.v out, after a few promises to be a very delightful one. imported Paris, Berlin and Scotch Zephyr ginghams at t2 days' coiiliiu'int'iit to bin hud. cents. a dress. Beautiful Crepe Du Chine The object of it is to secure money for .Mk. K. C. Wki.hu, ot J'iuo Hill, has improving the college grounds and we dress patterns that show the very Both of these are selling rapidly 32 inch Zephyr at 15 cents. Em- at So cents, worth Si. 00. Elegant been visiting his jmrentH here. hope our people will show their appre- latest ideas and newest colors. I'ri and we arc keeping the stock full. broidered ginghams in 15 styles line all silks party nets from 65 Mils. T.J. ll.wcimt is still vury ill, ciation of the worthy cause by liberally ccs lower titan anybody's, any- Receiving new goods continually. at 15 cents, worth 20 cents. More cents to 82.00. If vou arc coiner but bur little boh is improving. patronizing it. Goneial admission LVi where. We have 85 different suits Hlegant line of black China silks than 50 styles very handsome to a party or expect t6 graduate, Mum. J. I'. Jonim went over to from $6 to $.o. Something to with colored flowers and dots at zephyrs in 27 and 32 inch at 18 you should sec the above goods. cents; reserved seats 50 cents. ton Tuesday to visit her parents. please every taste, and all new. 32 inch and 25 cents. Elegant embroidLewis Gibbon, who is Kmb. Robes $ 5 to $40. Camel's 70, 75, Si and Si. 25. CAiTtium. THE HANDSOMEST LINE OF Miss Mattii: IIkows was in town plain China silks at only 80 cents, ered Polka Dot ginghams at 50 wanted nt Richmond for seriously cutWednesday en route to lomlon. lair Suits $6 to j5y; Camel's Hair sold everywhere at Si. 00. 22 inch cents. Mim Nannik Mast has rcturnm! from ting another negro, was arrested in Suits with d rings only China silks only Co cents. BeautiMacksille Wednesday by Marshal O. S a very pleasant visit to Iouisvillu. 10, worth S 5 ; Camel's I lair Nov-- ' ful cream ground printed Chinas at IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. Gibson tried to evade Mum Maiitiia I'avto.v Korria visiting J. Newland. cities Su to S23. He sure to sec Si. 00. All silk plain black grenaKocchlins French organdies in the olliier when ho discovered that ho Miss Kiln May Saunders in Danville. marshal these novelties. In Ptiicic Goods dine at So cents. All silk satin black and colors at 40 cents. LACE CURTAINS and POR-TIERMil. and Mits. V. II. Hays, of Usrrard, was seen, but tbu ouuld not be outwitted by him and he we show all the new weaves, such stripe grenadine at Si. 00. Black Black, white, colored and dotted are visiting her mother, Mrs. Hen.Iey. as Ucigcs, Henriettas, Mohairs, grenadine with colored embroidered Swisses from Mas. Maik I'aiii, of Hartford, has now languishes in jail to await tho com25 cents to 65 cents. Elegant line, lowest prices and Plaids, itouchs. &c, &c, in all the dots, sprays and stripes been tho guest of her sister, Mrs. K. M. ing of an otllcer from Hichmoud to take Si. 15 to Dots from pin head to 2 inch. prettiest patterns. Full - bound and beautiful shades of Grays, S2.00. Flegant line all black fig- Printed Pongees new him there for trial. Owens. I2j4 to 22 36 Lace Curtains 60c pair and on up Fawns, Mais, Hlues and ured grenadines S1.40 to S2.ooyd. inch Challics Tans, Mihs IIhttik M Fa i.i. left ytitfiluy to More than 20 to Sio. Real Lace Curtains $4. Musical Ahsoi iation. Mr. M. P. &c. 50 friends in Iiuisvillu, Vecsaillcs Woody andwifearrived Tuesday and be- Hrowns, &c, visit styles fast black plaid India linens to Sio. Beautiful Chenille BorHenriettas in all shades at &nd Hardstnwn. from 10 cents to 25 cents. Print- ders with gun their musical association at once. border, only $5. 83c, worth Si yard. Mils. Amkhka Koirr went to Laces and nets arc as good as ed zephyr flannels new patterns Ten styles of elegant double fringe The sessions of that afternoon and evenwool Chevoits 50c. to visit her grand daughter, ing were free and largecrowds attended. ever and wc arc showing some and fast colors 121 cents. India Chenille Porticrs at $6. 50, worth Checks only 50c yard. 25 styles beauties from 60 cents to Mrs. J. T. .lohnsou. Dimity 25 cents. . Of course every body was plonsed with Yard wide Sio. Real Vclour Porticrs at $25 beautiful Plaids at 75c to $1.25 Miu L. A. Fahiss, of Somerset, attendof teaching music their inch Polkadot net only 60 cents. best Pcnangs 12 y cents. Pine- pair. their manner 46 performance prior visit having willed the question yard. 46 inch Hlk. Bradford Fng- - New ed tho (ieorgiu Hamlin in black chan-till- y apple organdies at 25 cents. 36 Wednesday night. We have the largest and cheapest that their plan was by lar thu easiest and land Mohair at 60c, worth 85c. lace at 65 cents to Si. 55 for inch printed Serges at 10 cents. of same in finer quality at j trimming grenadines and Mit. Aumm Davis, of Crab Orchard, speediest. The convention is getting line of Embroidered Curtain Swiss nets. SEE OUR LINE OF PEER-LESwho was severely kicked by a borso soine under splendid headway and by the time 85c, never sold before under Si. 15. ever seen in Danville. Elegant BLACK HOSE. CREPE DU CHINE IN ALL time ago is, we are glad to say, improvhave been taught the ma- 52 inch Surah Twill Serge in blk. the 'J Emb. Curtain Swiss quality COLORS ONLY 80c. PER ing. wool jority of the people will be prepaid! to only nt Si yard. at 2 or, worth 40c; others up to $1 YARD. F. F. Houhitt started to Dallas, road at sight most any music they desire. Checks only 40c. Hon. Hlack Wool yard. Texas, Wwlnosday, to assist in defend- Miss Maggie Woody was to arrive lust Grenadines in plain, stripes and) Wc arc showing some remarkaing W. 0. Cash for tho killing of Kd night and will (insist in instructing. ble bargains in this line and all the See our line of Peerless black plaids. You will find our prices oung. You never saw such an assort very newest styles. Beautiful Hose. all through to be 20 per cent, low Diu W. SiMf. Klkin, of Atlanta. Gu., Oru old friend, Mr. Monroe Curtis, of and Mrs. H. U Klkin, of louisville, jhiss-e- the Kast Kud, has about as much faith in Tuesday to visit bin fellow man as the average, but is not through to relatives. a thorough believer in nil of their pro Mits. M. K. Fisii, of Crab Orchard, wns fessions, and his views on some other with her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Carpenter, subjects might be called peculiar. For Tuesday, on her return from a visit to instance he had rather trust in divine assistance in case of sickness than thu Richmond. Wednesdays and Satur-Dkuoutkul room for rent. Mrs. P. FOR THE BIGGEST-Daisy Hukkki.k, of Hryants-vill- e, most noted physician, and regards medi- .- Fiiesiiytlib. on :.. 1. rv. Mikskh P i.ii.i..ll.i' v........ . uavH ah. r. i.'i.. i.iKiu iv jj. o. and Lucille Tindal, of Missouri, cine a luxury rather than a necessity. Hkad-uoifire proof oil to bo found Ho is in bis 75th year and has never nro visiting tho Misses l'liillips on Klowkk crocks of every description at called ill, n physician ot A. A. Warren's Model Grocery. since he was at 11. K. & W. H. Wearen's. nvenuo. Mits. T. J. Goimuv received a tele- taken a drop of medicine of any kind, alW. It. GAKSOX& Son will rnllle oil a Wasted, 100,000 pounds wool. High- IN gram from Mr. J. M. Cox, of Cuey, stat- though be has sullercil bis share of sickNuiiiielley, handsome gold mounted set of harness ing that bis wife, a sister of Mrs. God-be- ness. When at that age several of bis est cash market price. A.T. next week. sisters and brothers were taken down Stanford. was thought to bo dying. A. T. Xuxkkllky has moved his slioo Mits. IIkn SfAuiiMi and W. It. Hill with an epidemic and be soon followed Fomk .r0 beautiful girla will take part have returned from Tomotola, X. C, suit, A great deal of medicine was given in tho performance nt tho Opera House and harness shop to his livery stable on where they went to see their sister, Mis. them, but Mr. Curtis refused to take bis Yon should seo them by nil Depot street. share, while the other members of bis menny. K. W. .Smith, who is still very ill. The Uniform Rank, Knights of PythMil. U. 0. Wakiien went up to Jon-do- family obeyed the doctors' orders and reI incaiiiKto thank with grateful heart ias, got in 123 uniforms Monday that cost garded Mr. C. as being n little wrong in this week and met with good ANDpersona who so kindly assisted ;M each. Richmond Climax. Ho has assurance, from some tho upper storv. He was the first to re- those I I 111 MW V. U. .' 5 jsk,-1mprayer during my recent bereavement. mighty good democrats that laurel will cover and since has substituted To moiuiow is horse show day at II for both medicine and doctor's attenten-tion- . Watson. mid if the weather is anything instruct for him, as she should, for auHe says he is willing to trust docKok Rent. A couple of bouses in like good a fine lot will be present. ditor. Mrs. J. K. Faiiiiih and family and Mr. tors in most any way but does not desire Rowland, with four rooms each, properVery few jokes wero perpetrated on ty of M. Peyton. Good yards and plenand Mrs. G. C. Keller, Jr., and daughter, to put his life in their bands. ty of water and conveniently located. April fool's day here. That day, ns well Josephine, of Stanford, visited Mrs. W. Nothing startling has Ciiuut as St. Valentine's, is growing rapidly W. A. Tribble. 0. Price nml family. Misses Mattiu and In the county, go to yet developed at thisterm of circuit court out of notice. Fannie Kulmnks, of Lincoln county, aro Ouk advertisers have driven us to the and it is very probable that it will go with Mrs. C. C. Sinks. Advocate. Reme.miieii the entertainment given by as the dullest in the wall and compelled us to issue the supOn account of our Lancaster scribo at- down on the records herewith. We will con- the pupils of tho Female College toplement sent tending tho Hepublican State Central history of old Lincoln. To her credit bo tinue to issue supplements or double night. Go and thereby help n good it said, no murder cases are on her docket Committee meeting at Lexington yesterwell as see a No. 1 performance. of numbers on each Friday as long ns our cause as 9 day, wo have no local letter from that and the conscipieiicu is tho number SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING and all patrons crowd us as they are doing nt A C. S. freight train jumped the track work However some mighty ;ood thoho who come to court merely through present. place. guaranteed. of curiosity, has not been aa reading in our supplement from his gratification at Faulconer, in Royle county yesterday great an usual. Tiik last iBfliio of tho Peubody, Kcs., and badly injured two brakemen and n with this issue. pen, goes out Messrs. W. 11. Cress, M. I). Hughes. S. Gazette contains some beautiful line conductor, and all of the train men were M. Carrier, and J. Carver Jones weio inscribed by Mr. R. L. Cochran to bis CITY AND VICINITY. more or less hurt. granted liceuso to practice. daughter, Miss Sophia, on the occasion Finest rock candy syrup at Farria A The case of Tom Haines against the I of his CSth birthday. As both aro well It took eight horses to pull the base & X. Itailroad for $10,000, which took up Hardin's. known in this section wo will repro- of the Col. A. M. Swope monument from Garden Seeds of All Kinds, also Gardin Rakes and Hoes at t tho depot to tho cemetery. Tbo shaft Takk your eggs to Joo S. Jones and the entiro of Monday and Tuesday, re- duce them in our Tuesday's issue. sulted in a hung jury. It is understood weighs 9,000 pounds moro and n dozen get 12J cento per dozen. . Little Vic Tho performance of Lit-tl- o or more will bo required to move it. that 4 of tills jury wero for giving Mr. Vic Wednesday evening by the Fine "Toulon" gooso eggs for snlo at Haines the amount of damagea he suea The Woody Pros, company, of Chica$1 per dozen. Mrs. It. W. Gaines. 8 stood firm for tho Georgio Hamlin Co., was by far tho best for while the other 4 defendant. Mr. Haines claims that ho that has been seen by a Stanford audi- go, assisted by the Stanford Musical AsBig line of Glassware just received and cheaper than anywhere. timothy just Nohtiikun white oato and thought it necessary to jump from his ence for many mouths. In fact it was n sociation, consisting of about 75 to 100 received. 11. K. A W. II. Wearen. seat in the cab of his engine when a col- clean show from beginning to end and voices, will probably give an entertain. Tub March just closed waa remarkable lision seemed inevitable and sustained the humor that wns liberally interspers- ment at the Opera House Monday night, ed throughout, made it both laughable April (Jth. Wo went to press before for ito almost total absence of high injuries which ho places nt 510,000. Tho Pepples case, in which James and enjoyable. Miss Hamlin, in tho their last meeting, when the matter was winds. Popples sues his brother David on a noto dual role of little Vic and Corduroy Bill, to have been decided. In the event Wantko. To buy a pair of swond-han- d for S4S7, was decided Wednesday, tho was superb. Tho characters offered her they do, Misses Pegan and Andrews,11 of grist mill rockB. Apply to Peter 4 ..ill.. jury finding for thoplaintitrfor the prin- nn excellent opportunity to display her the Millersburg Female College, are also & il ifa Haaeo or Charles Kusslin, Ottenheim. versatility which fiho did and which expected to assist. Those who have cipal of the note only. '22WmW Judgo Morrow adjourned court while literally captivated he audience. Her heard these young ladies sing know that Seed sweet potatoes just arrived. All tho Georgio Hamlin Co'h band mnilo country beau, Mr. S. M. Griffiths, whom comment is unnecessary. Miss Maggie wishing good seed Bweets sliotiltl call Woody, a splendid vocalist, will also jurors a clmnco sbo finally marries, is very clover Is Receiving His at onco, aa they aro very scarce. Farria their parade and gave the a wai? to a gentle- take part in the performance. and changes from to sea part of tbo Bhow. & Hardin. - r Yesterday morning was taken up in man with much easo and grace. A. L. AnouTthe worst ueeded thinginStan-for- d A Cincinnati man witnessed tho per- selecting a jury for tho case of J. W. Strohecker, as Farmer Wade, Phil is a chronic grumbler and a good Tin Soldier" and died Higginbothum against tho L. fc X. rail- Strobecker, as Trotwood aro both good, formance, of "A Give him a call. immediately. Had ho been present at road, in which Mr. Higginbotham sues while Frank Cnuu and Will Chatter-ton- , ono might bo kept busy after the city Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. agent, but who fathers tbo entiro time. At present the performance of the Georgo Benedict for 510,000 damages, but it was contina tbo latter a book Co., which hail the boarda hi this section ued till this afternoon, when Judgo Mor- loses bis morals for gain, acted tbo pavements would make a most excelBomo time ago ho no doubt would have row will return. II. A. Pleasants vs. part of confidence men and rascals very lent subject and tho councilmen might been a corpse bofore tho first act was fin- Dr. Steelo Bailey, for malpractice, is set cleverly indeed. Miss Ida Fuller is a be grumbled at with impunity. In fact, jLATE ALEXANDER'S HOTEL.) ished. for the 17th day of the term. a capital old maid and the entiro compa- during ,the recent wet weather they of praiso and patron- were worse than no pavements at nil. Judge Morrow went over to Lexing- ny Is one deserving Some scoundrel killed Mr. J. E. Bruco'a AND is the duty of tho citizens to repair nnt dot? Tuesday night and threw ft over ton yesterday afternoon to attend the age. They have a splendid brass band If it Day. of music great- their pavements or build new ones, $3.50 in tho editor's yard. Aa a general thing republican State committee to select a and orchestra and lovers defense of dogs, but member of the National Committeo to ly enjoyed that part of the performance. make them do it if it is the city's busi- Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-- I louse;' we are not sot up In com- ness to do so, they should not postpone 3fr when it comes to that sneaking way of fill the vacancy caused by the death of "Child of tho Regiment," a French LOUISVILLE, KY. . . rilght and the work till the ladies have ruined all exterminating the canines so aa to lay Mr. W. O. Goodloe. Sarins his absence edy, was to bo presented last W.R. LOGAN, Manager. yrtre" that a good house their clothes by the loose bricks set in a the blame on some ono else, wo draw Judge M. O. Saulley is acting in his the prospect A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, CIdrks. puddle, of mud and water. performance. J would greet their.second tcad. the line. Our Immense Trade From Our Adjoining Counties, Novelties in Dress Goods. ! China Silks and Gre- , nadines. ' 1 1 long-haire1 'Wash Fabrics. Dress Trimmings . 1 eiiirlo-eyo- d S. v Silk-finishe- d 12. J. ' lmia-villeTuesd- 38-inc- h all--wo- Black Laces. s 44-inc- h S3-00- Demi-flounce- 52-inc- S 36-inc- h Evening Dresses. 46-inc- h Ginghams. d A. B. ROBERTSON & BR0., 1 1- - Danville, Ky. -- ! 11L Dan-vill- o it 1 1 y, WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY --- t. m n 11 sue-ucs- s. m SILVERWARE Cui-KT- . ... m ' W. B. McROBERTS'. N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, ' m m FARRIS& HARDIN'S. FABBIS & SAHXHar. H.g.RUPLEYf ...14 ,&WW. W twjHHur m .1 Mffli 11 nc-to- r, T Springli Summer Goods . THOROUGHLY RENOVATED THE WIILILABB ' Rates Per IMPROVED 9 3 j i-- -- J?"?S5KS?--e3K lJ !? Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Tu.oad.ay AT NEW ADTERTISEXKNTS. The Imported Young Jck Liheoln THEY 1IRKED ON. Published Every and Friday WYLEY. place Will mnko tho the sereon of 1S91 nt my farm tho Old John Loyd Tlnirmon near Shelby City at Stock Farm, T11KY lmKEI) ON. 9i BREECHLOADER. SILVER TIP. rt.:. i McKINNISY, KENTUCKY. g3 -- JPICR YmAK,IN ADVANOK o paid When not $2.50 will be charged."" This line young jack is 15 hands high, returning is a black and a jack of fluo style, ilia a i&yi, Fred Arthur a 144, Wedgewood a 19 and 36 in 2 30 Hit and sire of 35 daughters the dams of 31 head and cars are perfect. He must be in a 30 list. L.' & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. seen to bo appreciated. George R. Kngleman, First dam Rettie Kinkead by Contractor 10S4 Mail train going North.. ,u 33 pm Shelby City, Ky. sire of Dr West a " " ." South Contractor was sired by 131pm Ajax, lull brother to Orange Girl a 30, by Hamble-IoniExpress train " South 11 59 p in Con tractor's dam Lady Godbcy by 10 moun 311am 1891. Green's Hamblettnian n8. full brother to Volun Local Freight North 6s9rn teer and Sentinel. Ajax sired 7 in a 30 list. up m South. j The latter trains also carry passengers. The abore is calculated on standard time. Solar Second dam full sister to D.Monroe a aSi, by time is about so minutes Taster Jim Monroe 835, sire of Lady Monroe a 16., Kitty Hates a 19, Monroe Chief a iS'j and 14 in a jo Ut. By Longfellow, dam Slipper by Jim Monroe by Alexanders Abdallah 15. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. $IO to Insuro a Living Colt. B3GI.MONT CHIEF 8689. f Sired by the great Kegisteredas Hob Link. Ilelmont 64, sire of Nutwood This thoroughbred will make the season of 1891 Thm Votint? tlaMinn will .. a:id Millelgcvllle pike at my farm on the 6 miles from Stanford and tannics from Millcdge-ville- , few good mates nt onr stables one iari tho Hustoiivillepikr, ut . . . SUti-fordon frbm Stallions for MINSTREL, Planet, ftOYAl Sv2!2 At $20 to Insure. LITTLE RUFFIN, JcJl3 POWDER Absolutely Pure A cream of tartar baking powder Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest U. S Govern- mem ruou icc)tu(i. Dam Imp. Bon Bon, by Macaroni, t By Monarchist, At $15 to Insure. POWHATTAN III By Imp. Glenelg, Monev iliif u b.n tbti t nil i ftullpd nr mar turlnd with. A lien retained on all colts until seaton money is paid. Description Ilrcechloader is a rich dark bay, with, black points, heavy mane and tail, is", hands Standard Kulc 6. high. l(ti colts ate large, fine and of solid color, can be seen at I, S. Tens.' Sired I))' Sultan 1513, Record a 14. Pedigree No. 47, llrccchloader, bay, foaled in Sire of SUmboul a tt, lltily a 19, Alciuer 1 an 1880. Ily Imp Milieu!. Sweetheart 2 S and 35 in ,m list ami grandsire 1'irst dam Nellie iley, grandam of Ilinettt by of 8 in a 30 ht. i Itnh Ak. l .ucx. uy i "" " " iiuii . First dam Lady Ounlon by George Wilkes 519, Churchill; 3d, au nam .Mary Margrave, grandam of record a 11, site Harry Wilkes a 13H, Guy Wilkes Kint Alfonso; dam by Imp. Cherokee a ijHi W.lion 6.,, So So a 17K and 69 In J 30 list Jth dam Mack-Ey- ath dam MiMleloe by th dam hv Suian by Tiger; by Mght Hawk ' Second dam Josie, record u.iii module. 0111 uiii iiy wicj :' 514, sire of KedCross a 26)4, Minnie Warrrn a ajU Alfred; 9th dam a uf mare nurchaed in Virginia by P. -tin. 1.... and the dams ol Kd Annan 1 164, Sentry s 25, A.. roi'-iui11 lor ur ecu log nut wnu.c ,cuigrcc r now lost ; believed to be by Ametlcm; 10th dam by Tccumseh a at Ac. 2 al dam by Vermont Hero 141. aire, of Lady V ImP,,A'on,'ey; nth dam by Imp. Medley; nth Third dam by Imp Shark; 13th dam Imp rearnauiiht M a 30 and Gen Knox, re of Lady Maud a 'mV; 'llel, sircot abmr horse and also Miss Third dam by Duvall's Mambrino, son of Whip. Calmors 1 19H and 1; in a 30 list. U oodford, llelvidcre, I ha Llonevi, S.c . did Lite-l- y 1'rlvate stallion. His get won last seaton )i 10,04 j and he stood IJELMONT CHIEF Is a rich bay in color, was foaled in 1SS5; he stands full 16 hands high and second tn the list of winking sires. He was 34 year old and his get won from 18J; to lSWJ Sjo,-ais strictly a fine hore, smooth turned cf extra muscular development, showing great power. He ha jo an excellent set of legs, llat, clean and hard in finish; the individual merit ol tins 1 ml ion in form, fin. I will also stand at -ish and action is fully up to and in keeping with his high breeding. His oldet colts are coming the same place my line jack olds and also show grent natural speed. He had a owned by K. W. Cnbbs, Drcatui, Mich., that went trials better than a 30 last year. 1 will pay J500 to the breeder of the first 130 performer oi his get since he has been owned by rat HELMONT CHIEF will make tho season of 1891 at my place near McKinner at Atjioto Insure a Living Colt. Money due at Meaning tune or when mate is parted wild He Is a bron jack with wl lie PoiM..j veniinK! in lim- and lull 15!, hands high He w,jtirrl by Aiken's Mares kept on good grass at $1 per month ; owners' mk. king illiam, hr by King I'hillip First dam a Iliac k.Ml in iennet. she wa 11ml U k'in P1..11... addamby Motecattle, h by Jim l'ortr This jack has iiruvtn himself a fine bleeder. A liumlx'r of bis colts have sold for Sion at weaning time Money due when the colt Is foaled or mare part ed oith, lien retained tdl tin money is paid I' W LOGAN, Owner 9 Trulj.jij,' At $10 to Insuro a Living Colt, 12.60 to Insuro a Living1 Colt. He was sired by the premium saddle horse.'-SIver King, lie by On lime, he by btoncwall Jack). SUMAC. Description and Pedigree Silver Tip Is a nice n,a": nu w", '"no anmes wp think will make a great show horse whiteand '.i tj. an 1 '. -- Silver Klng't dam Mollle Mounce was slrcdby l s Lexingtoii; id dam by Young America, he bv I'avlar's Mc'singer - CI Sllvrr 't'l... A...1M.111 .1. l.lii .. .iKcciiauuie, jvtnr rij s lamnus saddio horse, lie by Oliver, he by Cabl-l- son " ...... "iuj iio, tta rnr iu '', ,.. ed 1 iS, er; id dam Aratus Silver Tip'a td dam was by lied Lion. Mares kept at reaMinable rates but no responti bility lor accidents or escapes Matrs parted with forfeits insurance. Lien re. tamed on colts for season. IIKAZLF.V nROS., " SUalord, Ky. Sheeilsddle's tst dam Medoc, id dam Trumpet- oj I yr STEVE WALKER, KING BOY. King lUy is a dark bay, 1 years old. 16 hands and is an elegant combined norse. liowas sired bv Dr. . I II. ' V.Vl...t..l. llcrtons t" hore, he. by own. um ' aieamnoat ed by Chedwcll.ef Virginia. The dam was raised by Stephen Satepson, first dam by Frank Wotford; id dam by original Jim Hell, 3d dam by original Denmark, who ran ift consecutive miles in a race at New Orleans; 4th daaibySir Kliott.slh dam by Gray hagle;6th dam by lluuar.i. Will make the season of trVji at my farm, the old Wm. Hall place, 5 miles from .Stanford, S50 to Insuro or S30 tho Season, with Roturn Privilege hth ... J. P. CROW, Proprietor. "'"i L--l Belleview Stock Farm, Season of 1891. Dam Florence I, by Imp. Australian, DORSEY GOLDDUST, Standard; No itoja stallion is an inbred Geld-dus- t, foaled In April, S3,; Is a bayjull 16 hands, speedy and unexcelled in slle, sUton. finveli and disposition. rull brother to Hstelie, trial Cerinne trial 3 18 and Montrose, the speedy knd premium colt ef 88 Sued by ilcaadi oolddutt 4400 by Golddu.t ijo, by Vrrmotit Morgan Closer related to Maud b. J and Johnson ioy-- tbn any other stallion, the urst stallion to trot in pnbln as fast as a aj, sire of ligairlte, Ham ot K.nallud Wilkes (the fastest mare of the Wilkes family, record a 14) Whirlwind 1 a, Fanny Golddwt 1 itVf l.irllea Dam Horencc, dam ot Kslefle a by Golden Mingo Chivr, son of Gall s Comet Morgan Oterjno of the a jo perlormers have a strong Infutiouof Golddustand Morgan blood Dorsey Golddust will make the preient season at my place miles irom Manlonl r the pike, J At $8 to Insuro a Living Colt. Jaik, MAt the iruse place I will stand ray noe young At $15 to Insure. BETLEVIEW WILKES 13994. Record j:j9)4 in a Race Sired by the Great Red Wilkes 1749, sire of 7 in the a jo list. 36 In a 30 list and grandsire f '7 In the 3 30 list, a showing never before equaled by any other horse, living or dead, at same age. First dam Lady Casscll ,dam ot Belleview Wilkes (3) a 79)4 and two others that, barring accident, will ecterthe a 30 list this season by Shelbv Chief fsire ol Rallo s 54, Caacanlla a jjS, &c, and the dams of Delineator a 18 and others Second dam Sallie (trial to wagon a a3 in '76 ..by Thalloba (son ot Alenander's Abdallah and Fanny, dam of Waterwitih, dam cl .Mambrino Gift a m, Vieking a 19, .Scotland S. Waterloo a 7 and Sprite, dam ol Waelct a 3 in the a 30 list. Third dam., ..by Clatk Chief 89 (sire Of Crodie a tnW ami r nlh. ers and the dams of Phallas 1 ..--nK.MaioJica 1 it. . '. lll " ior, r 11. a 19ft anu 17 others in' s jo or bcter. A glance at the ahove pedigree will readily show that IlclteWew Wilkes is rich in the blood of speed producing lines, being by the great Red Wilkes f who by the recotds is the btit sen of the mighty George Wilkes, sire of 71 performers in a 30 and better) and that his blood breed, on 11 demonstrated by being thegrandsire ol 7 in the a 30 list at the age of 16. An analysis of Ualleview's pedigree will show that it ranks amang the best, tracing as it dees to the mighty George Wilkes through his best son, Reil Wilkes, twice to Alexander's Abdallah, one of the most prepotent sons of Hambletonian to and three times to Mambrino Chief Ilellcview Wilkes is a hone of fine style, speedy conformation and a trotter of high order, hating last Fall at Terre Haute, Ind., trotted a half mile 11, finishing a close tecond to the winner in je being timed separately In a a?. He has repeatedly gone quarters in ;i seconds, a a 10 clip. .After short season in the stud he will be sent to lower his prcent record and we confidently oxpect him to cet a mark close to a jo before the season closes. He is one of the onlv three ion. nr feci wilt.. it. records better than a 30 making the season in the State, and the other two stand nt $100 and J150 Delleview Wilkes will make the season of 1891 at Uelleview Farm i1 miles cast of llurgm e-- SAM. s. Ema55siSfrS This young weMdffimo CONCREGAN, By Ten Broeck, dam by Planet, b.dy and large bones, He is by an Imported Snanuh Jack and has a fine lie will stand At $8 to Insure a Living Oolt. A lien will be retained on celt, till season money Is paid, but if mare is parted with season money become due I ?- -- 4 ohhhh? f6 um mmzm New York, vl ImlmM'WSSIM ysKxvwttiz flllW 9i At $10 to Insure. The Saddle Stallion, o4 S. PHILLIPS, -" Stanford. Ky. u msmsm z?&Sfa 4, 1 Eagle Denmark, At $10 to Insure. For pedigrees and particulars, address S. H. or J. H. Baughman, Stanford, Ky. u',, nt SJ'UKD Combined Stallion. STYLr. ' -- LEXINGTON DENMARK Will make s, llui-toutil- le Making direct connections in Central Union depot for St Louis, Michigan Points, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland. Uuffalo, Indianapolis and the West, Canada, New England, OTNOCRTNATI, Mares kept on reasonable terms Personal tention glten, but not responsible fer accidents. At same time, and pl-wiihuneof Levi Hubble n, At $15 to Insuro a Living Colt. At $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. at- the seavjn of i&gi at Travelers' Rest Faria'' near Shelby City, Ky , 111 1 s wnl mike the uiwn best bred )oung jaik., Solid Trains, baggagi cars, smoking cars and coaches, Pullman lloudoir Sleepers through with, out change via Chattan.-ogaIlirm!ngham,Merid ian making direct connections en route for Knox ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the , NEW Washington, Ilaltimore, Philadelphia, Quickest time toHarrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky. Richmond, VIRGINIA. Shortest and Quickest line to Boston, Saddle Stallions. Wallace Denmark, Lexell, Tom Robinson. The Fancy Saddle Station, IROSCOE. rirt dDBlLlEANS 9 11 XI o rn i CREAM Extract I' . i" GOLD MEDAL, )' V I. I' f SIKKD I1Y K1ENI. Q-eo- . Full brother to King Kenc J 30. First dam dam of Pence z H, by Almost Four years idd, black with white points,,! hands high, and a"jii.i daudy,'' at $10 to insure a living r or rot (Standard Rule 6 ) son of Altnant I J444. eolt, due Oct her lit, ilyi, or when mare is parted Second Sired by Dictator 113 (.ire of e Sw a to, Duke 2 dam by Garrard Cbict, sire of llasil "iin. 3V Phallas a Director a 17 and ao others in the I cungton Denmark's fee will ! Third dam by Grsy P.agle (lloner's sire of d due when colt a 30 list. Is fivaled or mare I parted dam of Lady Dasls 1 ji1-,- llh. Mate kept at j Virst dam Alice, by Almont 33. pennontli o tiers' riik. I solicit a close impec- Fourth dam by Copper bottom, sir ef dam of Second dam Norma, by Alexander's Norman I J TEVls, 2 aa;4. 'I hird datn Vounir Twvmin U '', .... am mutewasirnl by IWnwnt, dam Jllandina ttonofmy sto.k I RltcNi Shelby City, Ky. Leon ititvis.) luam 01 .iwigeri with 27 in j 10 or better, AbdalFourth dam Old Twvman mare untraced lah Pilot, 3 belter than 2 vt and King Kclic Almont 33 (sire of Fanny Witlicrspoon a i6J.i Piedmont a 17(2 and 3c others in a 30, also site with 15 in a 30 list) by Mambrino Chief; 2d dam or Rosalind aai and Dooald of the dams of Alabaster, 4 years o. r, .v i . A., J II. llurchmare (dam TOM Cincinnati O full ,'"' by Ilrown Pilot. Rienri a ijM, Calchfly Richardson ot S iiStf. Hn.der King Rene a 30V,, sire or FugueIs2 19', brother20M Wilkes a soli'. Acolyte 1 21 and ai in ihr rhjrm. Mit J Son of Wallace Denmark above; tst dam by MilMAGIC Prince F.dard 2 . and 11 otli Sarcenet a ed circle by Abdallah tt; tst dam Sally Anderler' Denmark, htsdam Flonre; ad dam by Mont- son by Mambrino Chief 11; ad dam Kate by ers in 1 30 list Oliver; At our stables a miles west of Stanford on the fernery's shaped 3d dam by Old Drennm. Tom .. sired by Alnvmi . . , Almont rorrcttJ Pilot Jr is. horse, black, with heavy mane and Shelby City pike, this fine joung saddle stallion Norman 33 sire ol Lula a 14K, May Queen a ao.of sire or 37 with records or 1 30 or better and 4! tail, 15'. hands high, is a natural saddler and has will be permitted to serse 30 mares the dams ofNnrval a 17;$ Normon Medium sires with tai trotters with records of 3 ,.. let proven himself a fancv breeder. ter and Ills daughters have 28 with records r.f 2 jo, etc by Morse lionet, 1st .,. The above stock wifl make the season of 1891 at .. IV.... uatn tij .'.,... I.' . v, u.,v. CHOLERA CURE! Colt. o arc, s t. b by Magnum llonum. dam Slocum n 2!.... list and sire of 1... I.U.IH rcirrcti Willi 3 lo a u $15 to my larm 3 mucs irom iiustonville, near Carpenthe dams of 11 in 2 30 Int. Dictator, the sire of George Dictator, for many in 30 ter's statmn, and will be permitted to serve mares Garrard Chief ired Mambrino Chief, tst dam years languished in obscurity and really nev THE CHEAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR Description and Pedigree. -- He is a boautiful by the insurance, Dolly Dixie by Frank; ad dam by Aratus; id dam cr had a chance at the stud until he came to by dark brown, with small star and snip, good mane Hambletonian: 4th dam by UhhiichI. Garrard Kenti-v- ; then 11 years old and havnn- - nt. to high, and tail, 3 years old and is lull 15). hands Wallace and Lexell that time but 39 foals and nt u had less thnii oo Chief sired llasil Duke 2 28'., Mambrino llinny commanding in appearance and symmetrical in foals, andonly a few of them were out of well ' ""'.' .""Kgie 1. ee 137 ami j form. Sired by King Eagle (the Atkins hor.c ) bred mares Few stallions impart more speed to Nobby, sire ol Nobby, Jr., a i8'4. and alto sired And Tom at $8. First dam by Star Eagle; ad dam by Hamlet SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, his descendants, and besides they have endu- the dam of Mutul 2 a, and Don Piiarro, 'Dolans' ; 3d dam by Harris' Denmark. BURNS, Denmark, Stock committed to my and breeding' will rance combined with letel heads. lie is the old record 2 14., Ed Gambrel J ajl$ King Eagle was got by Illack Eagle Star Kagle SORf S, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. Ilelmont sired bv Alexander'! AMitlalt - . . ... receive my personal attention. Grass furnished at was got by Cabbie's Lexington, dam by Uarrard sire of a3 in the a 1 or better list, ai trotttn m.. dam Ilellr dam or McCurdy'a llambleluman reasonable rates, to be paid lor belore removal of Chief. Hamlet Denmark was by Washington 4 pacers. The trotters arc headed by Jay Eye PRICE CO CENTS. 26W by Mambrino Chief, 2d dam llellc loup by stack. No responsibility for accidents or eeca pre. Denmark, dam by Million's Hambletonian. HarSee J 10, Phallas a ijii. Director 217. We do 2 llcllfoundcr. Ilelmont is the sire of 33 In the j 111 Parting with stock or removal from nolehhnrhnnH ris' Denmark was by Miller's Dctimark. not know another stallion that has three such bo?k.tWOent Btaia,,s for freo smnl0 lorfelU inniiranco and makps season due. sons with the same speed und number of heats litt, his daughters have produced 31 in 2 3)i.tand Considering his fine size, color, style and action, Hotted Jay K)cSec hat 58 heats better than 30 of Ins sons have sired 111 with records af 210 p together with his most excellent breeding, we J. STF.ELE CARPENTER. a 30, Director 57 and Phallas 48, a total or 163 or better think wc have placed his services loir. Almont 2 sai. sired bv Alexander'! AUI.11,1. boats in 2 30 or better Care taken to prevent accidents but no responThe Premium Saddle Stallion, by Manil.rlno Chief 1 he returns of this year's trotting will show 2 42; 1st dam Sallie Anib-rvusibility should any occur. 2d dam Kate by Pilot, Jr. Almoin 2 that Dictator not onlv breeds on through his sons irsd 37 ui , j in ociit ami nu daughters and .i.u 28 111 a Also at the same time and place we will stand a daughters, but also his grandsons are putting have 1.1111 30 or better: 460! Ins sons have mied uumberof horses in the 33011st His sou, Col. the fine imported jack, Hambrick, has a, Commander 1, Dick Loonier 1, 21 111 a 30 list Edwin Forrest sired by Young Director 6, Junius 1, Phallas 2, Pretender 1. Re Hay Kentucky Hunter. 1st darn by Watkln s (Shown last reason 8 times as a and porter i, Delineator 1 and Kndymton 1. Ten sous Highlander, HdIn Forrestisthe ... sireof Hilly took 7 premiums and i certificate., Hoikms 3 aC'C and Chamnavnc FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH.T 1.1. sired 19 trotters daughters have produced 111U230 list and his His daughters promise to make gre.it brood Will make the season of 180 at my place 3 miles He is a black, nearly 15 hands high, of fine bone AND NURSERY PURPOSES, sons hao produced 5 with recordsof 130 or betmares They have produced Ilrown, Elbert, GonThousands of dollir3 worth of chickfrom Stanford on the Dan vim e pike, and action, and will serve mares dola, Keller Thomas, Ktcmng Star. Garnet, Last ter. Alexander's Abdallah 2 41 sired by Rysdyk's TAE-0I- D CO., Iiamblclonian: ens are dcftroyo'l by Cholera every Katie Colt. Chance, Nancy Hanks, Northwest, VictonaWilkes, Abdallah 2 42 Is dam sire of 6Darling. aAlexander's $10 to $15 to Mare in the in thu 30 list, his .M.tue juumiun uuu imams, .tiarget 3. oy a, yenr. w more fatal Ui them than A lieu will be retained on colts for season. For sale by A. R. Penny and M, L. Bourne, has a record or 2 ta'4 and Naucy Hanks has daughters have produced 27 with recordsof 230 R. II. A E, P. WOODS. or better and bis sons have ired 106 with records 6 Money due when the mare is parted with or bred till other t7i8ea.son comlrihed. a record or 3 14', a third heat nude in a race, and tanford, Jlut tho of J 3oor better. Mambrino Chief sired by Main- to another horse. she a never been beaten. His grandson, dweovery of it lltpiid remedy that Lord Clifton is a beautiful red sorrel, with'a by Phallas. has put 3 in the list, Phslla-mon- t i. uaui me uam 01 uolialh 2 31. good mano and tail, 15 hands, foaled in tS83 and Girl 327,, Phaltene 330 and Virgimus Mambrino Chief has 8 in 2 10 list mid his dahgn-ter- s the .Micrubes has been is a perfect saddle horse. hate 23 with records of 2 30 or better ami Ms Live Stock Record. 2 18 Those who want to breed to a good saddle stalGeorge Dictator ta a black stallion, 15 hands 3 sons have sired 81 in tho 2 30 circle. made. Half of tho younp: chickens lion are cordially invited to look at my horse and ntot. jr.,by old Pilot, dam Nancy Pope; Pilot high, in 1S34, is a handsome fellow and will .tiro killed by Microbes before theyaro Standard Rule 6. certainly sire extreme sDeed. He wasbrod fura Jr, is the sireol g with records of J 30 or bettor ice nun iiiuvc. and his sons hav,i ureit ,a with He was sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunningnr .n ..., (M liaRds high, foaled in i88t, great stock horse. He will stand Illack stallion, fryer. A bottle i enough for ham's Jeel, he by old Washington Denmark. better ami his daughters have produced 14 with A Goldsnutli, Orange county New York. His first dam Fannie by a son of Gill's Vermont; bred by by Castelar 106a. records of 2 io $20 100 chicken!. Colt. prpducidMandorS.(utter and two of his daughters It is guaranteed. If, Sired ad dam by Old Monte, thoroughbred. 2 oM', and Jay Eye See 2 10. First dam Woburn Maid, by Woburn 391, (the after usiii,' two third of n bottle, you Rysdyk's Hambletonian sired by Abdallah; is Lien retained on colt till season Is paid. dam of Carver a:a7) ad dam by a Mambrino dam Charles Kent mare by Imp llellfoiioder, ad Mnrcs grazed at reasonable rates, but not re- Horse ; 3d dam uy are not satisfied with it ns n euro for jitssenger. dam One Eye, by Ilishop's Hambletonian; 3d dam sponsible lor accidents, should any occur. Castelar toia, by Volunteers;, sire of St. Julien 8 Silver Tail, by Imp. Messenger G A. LACKEY, Stanford. Bay stallion, 16 hands high; foaled 1885. Cholera, return it to thu druggist from a njf. etc; 1st dam Miss Nodine by Hammond, has sired 41 wuh records of a 311 or betSired by KING CESAR. son of Potter's Clay; ad dam Wells' Star, dam of whom you ptircliaretl it, andlio will ter and his daughters have produced 73 with recArtillery a aX and Modesty a 26, by American (Ily Megan's Administrator.) ords of 2 30 or better and or his sons have sued refund your i mney. fctar 14 ; 3d dam by Ilertrand. 781 with records or 2 30 or U'lter. First dam Carrie Allen, by Ashland Jr. Woburn 343, dy Hambletonian 10: tst dam Miss PENCE is a horse ot great speed; 229 Second dam by Sir Robin. is no Cooley, by Telegraph 301 ; ad dam the dam of Geo. For lalo by W. 11 McRoberts, druggist Stan mark or his speed. Owing to an accident getting Third dam by Giltner Ilrown's Highlander. Friday. Coolev. hv Usiened in his stall which threw him out ol lord, my stable 3 King by Hogan's Administrator (sireof miles Ed llarlow will stand at This fine young saddle stallion will stand the Irom Stanford on the new White Oak and Dix Major Landers 3 2; sou of Administrator 357 training he would now have a mark of 2 20 or In a race at Nicholasville he trotted as season of 1891 at my stable 4 miles east, of Stan- River turnpike, near Dudderar's Mill, JsireofCatchfiya iStf, McMahon 3 21 and 6 others betu-ford on the Id county road leading form Rowin 3 30!; dam by American Clay 34 (sire of Gran- good as 2 2?. With tho blood cf Hambletonian, Mambrino Pilot, and land and will be permitted to serve 23 mares ville a 26 37. etc.) 2d Colt or Wilcox Maggie Hriggs 2Wilkes 230) dam (dam and as greatChief,IndividualJr., he Is, Edwin isForrest $10 as an Pence bound 2 i6'jand Huld by Red to make a great stock horse He will make the dam by come this season of 1891 at my stable ij miles from Stanford to Ed. Harlow's colts Colt. are good ones and bid that haemake valuablespring Hawk; 3d will standMambrino Chler 11. ogiu on the Iiustonville pike, fair to aniIS OUR to Description and Pedigree: He is a beautiful mals. At $30 to a Colt. BUT mahogony bay, black mane and tail, 3 years old I will also stand at the same time and place the jth Jay of May, 16 hands high and weighs I also have 1,100 pounds; commanding in appearance and my young jack, symmetrical in form. Will stand at same place Sired by the late well known Screamer, dam by Two of which are noted as the best jennet jacks, Secoud Gill. and will serve jennets at Ji3 for a Jack colt and At $10 a Colt. His sire, Screamer, was too well known in Lin$1$ lor a jennet and will serve mares d& IDOL-KIN- G He is a bright bay without ary white, Is 15k coln to need any further mention here. At $S to insure a living colt. Joe is a red jack, 3 Mares bred to this horse, II traded or removed years old last October, full 15 hands high, of fine a Colt. hands high, fine mane and tall, of fine action and is a natural saddle horse; by Silver King, the from the neighborhood without satisfying me that style and action; Ared by the late Peyton EmDree, HTJSTONVILIiB, KY. The other jacks are fine mule Jacks and will great premium horse. First dam by Imp. lluck-de- n; they are not in foal, forfeit the season and the of Lincoln county, and has a double cross of Jim 2d dam by Denny's Drennon; 3d dam by Are still In the businesa and ready to do any. money is due. Also hold a lien on the colt until Porter. For information as to bis breeding, call serve mares thing in Kilmore. Filmore was a great show horse in his stock of the Undertaking line. We have a full the season is paid. on Wm. Gooch, of Lincoln, or J. P. Embree, of day. He was by Montgomsry'i Whip and out of of every Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes Mares kept on grasa at $1 per month at owners' Madison. description. Our hearse, which is nearly These animals will stand at my stable on the a mare by Frank, thoroughbred. GOOD Money due on all seasons when the colt comet new can be obtained on short notice, Mr I II ' 8 .?. i somtiKi pmc 2 iiiiic souinot Stanford. or mare traded off. .,-- "' JAMES H. PEPPLES, JR., " ponsi. Green has charge of cur business and will ihow for : kr e,capel or 8 C, M. SPOONAMORE. M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford. J Stanford, Ky. curgoods toany one needing anything in on ENCE, Stanford, Ky. le. Is a rich Mahogany bay, hands high, heavy mane and tail ; is strictly fine and fancy; Is both a nat'.irai anu pleasant sauaier, breeds fancy and when quietly driven in harness goes like a trotter. Urunswick, Lake City Thomasville and FLORIHe is high-tai- l style on both sides to the third genDA points. Tho only line runtilng solid trains with choice eration; is backed by thoroughbreds on both sides, making him very active and sprightly in gait; in Pullman Boudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to Jack. form and finish a nertect model, lie uas sired hv 'sonviuc wiiuuui cnangc lor any class ot passenSumpter Denmark-- , he by Goddard's Denmark, he gers or baggage. Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur, by Gaines it Cromwell's Denmark, he by the race horse Denmark, he by Imp Hedgcford. Ills first Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. Shortest and quickest to Anniston, Selma, Mo- dam was sired by Sir Wallace, ho by Todhuntcr's Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert, thoroughbred; aI bile. Dncct connections made at NEW ORLEANS without omnibus transfer for GMveston dam by Virgimus dam of Virgimus by Tranby, thoroughbred) he by the celebrated Mason's Houston, Austin. wnipp; 31I dam a wnipp mare. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, Miss. , Shreveport La., making direct connections without omnibus transfer for Dallas Fort Worth, Son of Wallace Denmark above, is a beautiful Austin San Antonia, EI Paso and points in black ij hands 3U Inches high, heavy mane and tail, of good weight and fine fctyle, 3 years old next TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. jiay ami very promising sauuie colt. Pedigree: First dam by For throuch rates correct countv mam and lull Sir Wallace, as given above, Vidette; ad dam by Vidette by information call on Agent at Junction City, Ky, he by Wood's Black Hawk, he by old IllackVimlex, Hawk or address UtANK W. WOOLLEV, Vmdex' 1st dam by Mnmbaino Chief; ad dam by Trav, Pass gt., Lexington, Ky. Hay Messenger; 3d darn by Cannons YVhipp. C.C. hARVKY D. G. EDWARDS," At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Colnmbus, Wilming ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah, CAHMKrAS9 Wallace Decmark, itf He is black with while points, neatly 15 hands high, line length, Utne and body, 3 ) ears old. aired by Joe lllackburn. Limited to 30 approved aares. Mares kept at reasonable rates, but not responsible lor accidents dam Dolly Wil liams by Royal Mammoth; id dam Ituse i.mbry, should any occur. D M A- - A S liniVMAV. II.....'.. v.. bvMonewall JackMMi. he bv Idhll llaHchtnan N. II. We will give Jao to the first of his produce securing a record of a o or belter and Seoo 10 the lack, his dam by Inn Porter, jd dam Kllcn Illythc by lllrthc's llanibal, be y Compremiw, 4th dam first obtaining a record ot a 10 or better. U. M .V A. S. 1IOW.MAN. 7 a fine black jennet sold by Dr, lleuuct, of Madison county, to Lcsi Hubble, At S50 Cash, with tho usual Roturn Privilogo. ADONIS Will make the season of Broose Willsos. ti Hv Petoakpv nr- - nt ITiut. Tn.l-- u . Mary Lou a ig,dam Elua isnedam ef.Maud'Mes' sengera m,. rlreeic ilkes will make thesea-s- o or 1 1 at my place V, miles from Stanford on the Rush Drain. li pike, At $10 for a Living Colt. .A lien will be retained on colts for wavsn I" t KIWI), Stanford STANDARD. miles 1S91 at my stable from Milledgevtlle, Lincoln county.on tne Stanford it; Milledgeville pike, .n.l At $15 to Insure a Living Colt, Money due when mare is parted with. Adonis is a beautiful dark bay with black points, was foaled August, 1888, 15 hands 3 inches high and Is a grand saddle horse. Those who want to breed to a handsome Ketitucky saddle stallion are invited to look mine over and see his action and style. He was sired bv the crand show horse. Second Jewel; he by Cunningham' Jewel, he by Wash ington Denmark. His first dam Minnie, by McDonald's Ilalcorn; ad dam by .Wells' Crusader, his first dam unknown, but thought to be an Oliser. Adonis will be allowed to serve ten or fifteen good mares only. Mares Vent on crass or fed at reasonable prices. but not responsible for any accidents should any occur. F. F. SANDIDGE, Millcdgeville, Ky. 6 At $20 to Insuro a Living Colt, Money due as soon as the fact is ascertained. A lien on c jit until money is paid uiiAKLt-.DUNN, Stanford, Ky. Ilrown PENCE Thtec-ycar-4- ! d Record 16 . STANDARD. nrii. high, left hind Sired by Saddlewcod First dam hySnuth s Alinont, slrnof Katie Howard a jV, , d dam by Uird Wellington Saddlewornl, a grand saddle horse, was by Wildwood; ittdambySlar Denmark, the winner or too premium,, l dam by an imported saddle stallion; 3d dam by Veeth s Hamblcloniau was by IIIackwt.J 14 . .ir jjj . ,. lhlHHl lircof Illack, ood, Jr.. s ; mi dam Katr Mri- senger by Mesienger Jr; d dam by Davy Crockett, Jr ; d dam by llrumwick, son of Sumpter. k' II .,nhljtl&.,la .. .?....- - .1 ,,.11,1'IUDtll.H, .1I11IIH B Jl mont by Almoin 11. tile ol q.-Fanny WithrrstMMn 1 tbH.Ac. IUacVfv.l .. kJ Norman , sirr of Lula s la1.. Mav (orrn 1 a. Ac. Dam by Mambrino Chief Lexington Deumark is claimed te bejontof the. handsomest and most beautiful hersrs in He Is fashionably bred in saddle and a grand sddlt hone, a finngaited trotter and goes the gaits naturally lie has shewn a 1 o gail, both racking and trotting.wilh-ou- t any preparation He emanates from the highest cla.s of saddle and premmn hones in Ken lucky en his sire's side aud his dam represents el tho best trotting lamilies in the whole country, i'lim ombinalion produce! the beat fiorioi in and thorn which com mstnlilie best prices in all eaitern markets. Any c will hate to see him ta appiecutc his great. S. Ken-luck- He is a Mood bay, hands foot white, heavs mane and tad it, A sic com-tun- hsne, hansts faafed May, 184). I wilt alio stand my splendid youag jack, LEXEL, Dictator 3882. Jay-Ky- Imported Iliclalo, i3, in 4 mf ink EOBINS027, EAG-L- EIPvD. Living jij, a.' ANTER' At Insuro it, s at $15, T, co Vi" bcaS AROIDSOAP ABSOLUTELY PURE, Chicago, 1 LORD CLIFTON", Insure a j', m iS oroHr S. WELLS. ..i At Foal, At Insure a Living Wic-tat- Phal-lamo- nt Ed Barlow 2375. ''""'. ii 'h It tior-tro5')-ee- nt xwf-tixt- hj fo-l- ed r.-.ir.- At to Insure a Living II Roller Rdyks Ham-bletuni- Extract.Jwf SCREAMER, JR. Insure a Living i) OTOIrWf Cx-sa- r 'j r At to Insure a Living BEST FLOUR, At $10 1 EITHER At $10 Insure. Insure Living Joq Enabroo, Five Splendid Jacks, Living KING HUCKDEN to Insure Living ob At $10 to Insure J. T. STJTTOU CO., SILVER MOON IS A FLOUR FOR THE MOtfEY. ) At $10 to Insure. "-r.,-- 64 ., r"- iTTK Wf1Zi$dmai i,4.t. nfcn ei k tymtMmi sstm tsyvtAii raitieaaMlMaa. ;,, xvzi:rs"- - Tsrr?'fi --- v vi ; y .jl.i. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. SUFIFLIEIMIEIISrT. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. r f better Wliilo cngogcd in tho laudable of roasting "latere" a few evenings since, and watching tho lliunea na they osconded from a firo made of tho best Jollico coal, tho tomfoolery of tho world, as manifested in various, ways caino vividly to mind. Tho dirty tricks politician; of tho narrow-mindestatesmen who have been conspicuous only for impudence and who, inllated hynn inordinate supply of vanity have been parading as lions with scarcely enough covering to conceal tho donkey beneath, havo all passed in review as tho history of this generation has loomed up before us. Propriety, to them, is an unknown tiautity and modesty is n virtue of the past. Men book positions and claim that tho seeking has not been of tlm'r choice, and tho persistency with which their claim is pressed is charged up to the people and not to thoso whoso ungovernable desire for conspicuity causes them to misrepresent Tho large tlio .Slnte of public feeling. majority of tlioio who managed to get their nameH prominently before the public are utauding behind the scenes quietly manipulating their own boom, while the people are doing but little and caring less for tho promotion of their vainglorious aspirations. Impudence and not merit is the order of the day. pas-tim- o d tliosclf-constitute- d ever, patriotism may prevail, as there is an abundance of it in tho land, especially in times of peace, and there may be found 40 disinterested patriots and statesmen in that body who are willing to givo their time, their talents and whatever else is necessary to enlighten the people in regard to the document upon which thoy have bestowed so much labor, eloquence and statesmanship. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. Let and us havo your hearty support and wo will promise you that glorious results will be achieved. Teachers, remember, wo are to work as well as talk at tho noxt meeting and our aim will bo to devise the best plan to grade tho common school and adopt a course G. U. Fry, Kditor. of study. the same recompense of reward. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. street, opposite Penman Home, up stairs. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless extracting. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Office on Main THE F. RILEY B. HOUSE, Kentucky. London, 77 RILEY, Proprietor, - - - "I. M. BRUCE, ,s SALE FEED STABLE, There lias been much said as to what should bo dono for tho benefit of the STANFORD, KY. common pchools, hut there has been but SPECIAL. ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL little if any actual work performed. It travelers. Horses and mules bought and told. always takes a great deal of talk to start Only horsei and vehicles used in livery a reform and the c.in rejoice at tho bright prospect) of a reformation SHELTON HOUSE, of tho common schools, resulting from its earnest and faithful efforts or at least J. H OREER, Proprietor, a movement in that direction, Thcro - will be a strong effort made at tho next meeting some work, tho nature of accnmmodattor.g at reasonable rates. which wo shall endeavor to explain in Open day and night. Sample room and good livery In connection this article. Wo havo repeatedly urged the necessity of grading tho common schools and having a course of study I desire to sell mv (arm ot about no acres, situ adopted and we feel much encouraged ated about miles north of Stanford on the There tliat OU ellorts have not been in vaiir! Huih liranchi'i opposite pie, In wheat the old church balance and the are about 50 acres fllO I.. ...II.. ..,....!..(,. be discussed at tl.0or the farm well set in timothy, bid dwelling splendid and kitchen and next meeting, or substance of it is the of fouris rooms watered and fenced. a Possesion new can barn; well nlan of irrndiiitf ami the most milt be given immediately. For particulars, sev J. P. best llaiTey, Stanford, or write the nndcrsigned at able course of study to adopt for tho Cincinnati, Ohio. E. WITHERS. common schools at present. Kach teachDelegate Smith, of Hardin, tho au- er will bo expected to present his plan SALVE, HOMEOPATHIC thor of "Tho Downfall of a Politician," to tho association and after the discus has offered a resolution in tho con. con. sions have closed tho association will Cures cuts, bruises, old sores, skin diseases, to lay tho State on" into Ml districts and then adopt the most systematic one and corns, bunions, piles, fistula, scratches halter bruises. has burns, dew appoint 40 orators who are members of present it before all tho teachers of the been used it poison and wonderful Wherever it and satisfaction has given the convention and assign one to each county at tho next institute and also bo its propensity for removing soreness is remarkable. Numerous testimonials will be secured and district, to canvass the State and show fore the patrons. Teachers, trustees and will appear in this space at a later date. Made the people tho excellencies of tho in- ' patrons, wo havo a grand work before and sold by J. U. H1GOINS, Stanford, Ky. strument they have created. It is us and wo will bo victorious if wo work thought that the incessant rehearsals of earnestly, faithfully and persistently. these orators for over half a year have Just think, a city tho size of Stanford and This notice forewarns hunters, fully prepared them for such a burst of and tho school not graded and no course others not to trespass on our lands fishermen per without oratory as to scare the common senso of study adopted. Stanford should havo mission, as all such will bo prosecuted ta the full out of the people and reconcile them to a school of at least six departments and est extent of the law. Signed: I. S. PHILLIP" MC REYNOLDS. course of study. This cannot J. L 1IECK, the adoption of the crazy quilt, known a Mrs ALICE I llAUGHMANi V. M. WAKK, K. II. COOPER, by the name of the Constitution of Ken- bo obtained all at once, but there can W A COFFEY. Mrs. M A. MARTIN. I. F. BRUCE, tucky. The trouble is, the timo when be a start made in that direction, which ROIIKKT HARNETT II. I. DAKS1'. W.PUKIMES. the immortal 111 will ho required to by faithful efforts a school of tho size make tho canvass in defense of what above named or greater can bo estabthey have done, will he a busy season of lished. It is hoped that the good people P. W OREEN, Proprietor. the year with the farmers and laborers, of Stanford will and endorse who constitute the mass of those who such a movement this coming year and I have recently taken charge 01 nre to voto upon tho constitution, and it will not bo dillicult to get tho suiaMer Hotel and intend keeping it at thispresent high its standard. Special attention given to the traveling the result will be, in all probability, towns and country in line. There is one public small audiences and little interest in tho tiling which is a great detriment to the First-Clas- s meetings held for that purpose. Anoth- common schools, which will have to bo In connection. Also er question of importance will bo the eliminated to somo extent before we can c'ompensatiou to be given to tho orators achieve tho best results. And that is Pool and Billiard Parlors. during tho timo they are parading over this: Tho wealthy class of peoplo do tho Stnto engaged in their oratorical du- not take much interest in them. You ties. It is not likely that thoso who arc send your sons and daughters ofT to Blue-Gras- s best qualified for this work will bo will- college assoon as they are large enough ing to loso tho time, and bo subjected to to attend school and no attention is givtho expense that would bo necessarily en to the common schools. If wo had a incurred in tho performance of tho du- good common school system, that is I will sell privately, at a bargain, my farm at county, ties unless ample provision should bo have tho schools graded and a cotirso of Crab Orchard, Lincoln known as Ky. Jacob Guest the This farm, formerly made for defraying expenses and suita- study adopted; comfortable contains supplied with suitable apparatus, and ble compensation for their services. In Acres Excellent Land. view of tho fact that tho delegates may competent teachers to teach them, yon In prime coudit on, and well Improved, lying bo tired and want rest from their ardu- could educate your children nt homo partly in the limit ot the town of Crab Orchard, on the L. & N R. R. ous labors, it might bo well to employ a VA'VICU tlllll M1 , lit IIIIIVIl The farm It divided nearly equally by the pike suitable force of outside orators to per- under your watchcare. Besides, tho leading South from town, lliere being 173 acres on house, a the East side on form tho work assigned to tho 10 dele- poorer peoplo would have a grand op- large, roomy and which is the mansion rooms, bebrick of 7 and on gates, and theso could, no doubt, bo ob- portunity to educate their sons and sides kitchen, servant's house, stab'e, &c, comfortthe West side 105 acres, which has also a tained without much diiliculty, especial- daughters. Thus the masses would bo able Iraino residence, &c whole, I if desired sell the ly if the question of compensation could educated, which would elevate tho mor- will will either ofplace as a singly. or Either will the tracts cull make an elegant and comfortaole none, couven be satisfactorily settled in advance. If als and intelligence of tho community. ient to schools, churches, good turnpikes and the this course should bo adopted, it would This can bo accomplished if you will r.ilroad. will be Persons be well to let it be known at an early give what it costs to send your shown overdesirous of inspecting the place on the it by James Mays, now residing day, so that thoso who desire employ- children to college for tho benefit of .nremises. For term, apply or address me at l)an- :n v.. ment may file their applications. How common schools anil you will receive J AS. W. GUEST. first-clan MY, M prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and every convenience desired. Give me a call. I have moved to my new Hotel and am FRANK RILEY. FOB. BENT. Having leased the Menclee Stable, I nowofTer my NEW STAIILH on Lancaster street for rent. It hasten large Box Stalls and is the very best place in the county for a Jack and Horse stand for the coming season. A largo cistern at the door. Call on or address A. T.NUNNELLEY, Stanford 77-- tf ?f THE Rowland, First-clas- s Kentucky. W3SIt. Call on or address me OHIlSfG the at Stanford, Kentucky. L. T.SMITH. to-d- o I am well prepared to bore wells and will do work in a Rood manner and promptly Farm For Sale. At One Dollar a Foot. ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, Seventh and Market Streets, Louisville, - - - Kentucky, 2. c WILL OPEN MONDAY, MAR. WW , 96-i- yr Having sold out our entire interest In the hotel, on Jefferson street, we have moved to our old stand that we occupied for years so successfully on Seventh and Market streets, are now fitting-iup in elegant shape, new throughout and tho outfit will In every way be elegant, including one ot Hale's Safety Passenger and Itaggage Elevators with all the late improvements. We want allot ourold friends to crime and see us in our old home. We promise you that our rooms, table and service shall bo second to none in the land. My wife, Mrs. Jo n. Alexander, wants to be 'remembered to all our lady friends and she will be glad to see them and give them a hearty reception. Fare $1 per day. joi JO. U. ALEXANDER. Manager. t POSTED. ! OLD KY. ROUTE Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co., "E. D. Solid Vcstibuled Trains to ten-ye- I Washington, Philadelphia All points East and Southeast. Only one night out trom Lexington. Corrected Time Card in Effect Jan. 4, 1891. i Baltimore, Now York, Express. I MT3SRS HOUSE, n EAST ROUND. Lve Stanford Accom. Daily Dally Ually. Ex. Sun Ex. Sun. 11 Fast FastAfiuT " ' 1 " Lexinzton. " Winchester " " Ashland. I Sample Room K. U. Junction. Mt. Sterling- Morehead Olive Hill .I...- - ai 50 n'n 3 11 am 6 10 pm ti 40 am 6 35 pm J12 43 pm 7 30 n'n pm PW 6 35 pm 3 13 3 33 J " Catlcttsourg " Huntington., WEST BOUND. Lve. Huntington. 11 1 23 pm pm a 43 pm ,7 0 01 pm 3 35 pm o o 30 pm 5 35 pm o 43 pm 3 30 pm , 07 pm 6 35 pm 20 pm am ,? 3 45 6 33 7 13 a Choice FOB d, Farm 1 10 pm 6 00 am 1 39 pm 6 35 am Catlettsburg ' 1 pm 6 35 am Ashland 40 a 58 pm S 47 am Olive Hill. Alt. Sterling ... ., 4 33 pm 10 32 am " Winchester.. 5 13 pnt it 25 nm Arr Lexington 3 45 pm 13 4a pm " LouIsmIIc 9 15 pm 450 pm " " " am 11 " iJ m 8 10 am 13 n school-house- s home-stea- 280 Limited Vestibuled Express runs daily and taa Pullman Vcstibuled lluffet Sleepers between Lou isvillc, Lexington, Washington, New York and Old Point Comfort. This train is made part of the celebrated I IT . ! , I ilt East of Huntington on the C. & O. Route. Fast Mail Trains run dally except Sunday be-- ! tween Lexington and Hmuington. Make direct connection at Huntington with C. & O.; at Ash land wnh S. V. R.J at Winchester with K. C. R. R. north and south bound, and at Lexington with L. fc N., L. S. and C..N. O. Ar T. P. Railroads. Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily. except bunday. Connects at Winchester to and from K. C. points and at Lexington with L. S. R. R. for Louisville. For full information in regard to rates, routes. Arc , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines F. F. V. riL one-ha- jf 97-- tr C. L. I1ROWN, G. P. A., Lexington, Ky. W. S. HARRISON, O W. HARNEY, G. At., Lexington, Ky. T. P. A., Ashland, Ky E. HUNT INOTON, V. P. and G M , I iTiun juniiK i,,fcM....jgj repu InnW bli-l- TT1 ,. ,, p.,.. I I beVI strertrwtnaTe movcntoouroia" largff rtfomy andTeWtAWhrIcV,or7"r6oms. kitchen, servant'! house, stab e. &c. and on "and that weoccupled for y.ears so successfully -- Mr. T. "Indeed?" Miss Q. "Yes, but fortunately I came Fruits grow from little to more. Scien-- ' down on a haystack und got off without tistssay that the orange was originally a a cratch." Life. berry and its evolution has been going on for more than 1,000 years. The notable dead of the year 1801, of A. S. which less than threo months have elapsSURGKON DENTIST. nTTTTTO ed, nro as follows: Bancroft and King Office Jon Main street, orer W. II. McRobertt Drug Store, Stanferd. lake, the historians; Baron Hnusmnn, the reconstructor of Paris in the reign I of Napoleon III; Mekuonier, the great 27, '01. Minnie Munday 90; Annie Sifter 100; French artist; Brndlaugh, tho British Ada Cover 100; Beltie Edmiston 07; Gra- radicnl leader; King Kalakaua, Emma In the corporate limiti of Rowland. de Tudor 06; Bessie Carson 08; Beulah Abbott, William Windom, Gen. Sher"Plon M man, Admiral Porter, Prince H. J. DARST, Rowland. Carson 05; Anna Bronaugh 03; Susie 01; Alice Mooro 100; Eva Sieger 00; Plon," Lawrenre Barrett, Gen. Joseph ANNUAL Mamie DeBorde 9o; Bessie Mageo 100; E. Johnston. Willie White 00; Andrew Dillion 07; Itoard The magnitude of Siberia is not even ofThe annual election ol Director! of the County Internal Improvement of Lincoln David Holman 05; Joe Bailey 0G; Henly Tho of the Hardinsburg- A Crab Orchard Turnpike dreamed of by the multitude. Road Co. will he held at the office of the First N Bastin 100; Phil Pettiw 07; Jnmes Bro- wholeUnitcd States ami territories could tlonal Rank of Stanford, Kj, Saturday, April 4th, 891 JNO j, fccROIIKKl is, sery, Iks set down in it, nnd half of Europo as DcBorde07: John ChndwickOo; Harold It must not be forgotten that Bus .. it. ..!.: w, iniu; Ti.,K.,in is. Tt.;iwe"owrs IllllLllHlgo ni. un... jcuviiic "u, L. B. COOK, of Europo and a half Bia Elder 100; Holdam Stuart 100; J. C. Wat of Asia besides. Siberia is n stupendPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, son 100; J. W. Acton 100; V. 11 Cald- ous prison-hous- e for the whole empire. STANFORD, KY. 015; James well 100; Maurice Perkins OOicoover McRoberts' Drue Store Reildencr, OS; Katie Slaughter OS; Cap. Slaughter "Once more I have served my coun- James 11. Owtm' property at the junction ot llus- Slaughter 00; Charley Slaughter 00. try," remarked tho clergyman, after he tonvllte and uanviue pike. .1. V. Smith, Prin. had marrie J a young couple. SATYR. "I don't see howyourremarkapplies," "What if, after all your praying and said his wife. Mri. Hannah Fair Ward withes to tell her trusting, your soul should bo lost for"I have done what I could for the ever?" inquired a raw young minister of united statoB." Washington Post. an old Scotch peasant woman who had ha been kept until recently Where the out of Christ bevn drawing her soul-lifin good repair. KittredgO, the largest gun dealer at ' Dwelling and for forty years. Cincinnati, has closed out his business "And is that all tho length ye hae got, at a sacrifice. Ho says emphatically U3ST7T IMHTYIj. my mon?" she replied. "I ctn only say, that tho McKinlev bill did it. The ad- have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somcr-tsir, that God would lose more than I dition of fo and ?0 to each gun knocked pike, miles trora Stanford and am prepared would, for poor old Nannie would only him out About 40 men are out of em- to furnish 7 any VInd of l.UMHKR. SHINGLES. Ac. at LOWEST l'RICKS. I will tell the lumsair loss; ployment. loso her soul, and that wad btrat the mill or deliver, to tint purchasers, Give me a trial, for MAYWUllIJ, NY but God would lose His character will deliver tawed chestnut shingles at Stall wonder you don't enter the prize "I and then the world would go to truth, ford or Howland at Jj.aj per M. Wings to Scales, her A Il.UASTIN ruin. I hang on His promises, and God ring," said Mrs. grocer. "Me, mum? Lord, what would wad na .lare to break His promises." 1 bo doing that for?" "It only occurred Ex. C0MMERCIHL HOTEL to me that you might compete for the THE Edwin Knowles. a Brooklyn theatrical J. B. OWENS, Manager, championship." manager, recalls an incident in connec- Kentucky. tion with Lawrence Barrett's appearance Warner Miller will go to town. Nicaragua about the first of tho coming I have taken charge at this popular ho til in Paterson, N. J., his native a hrtt.clats Whenever he played there his aged month, on tho business of tho Nicaragua and iutendIttoitrun it in papered andmanner in every being retpect. painted from donned his best clothes and occu- Canal Company, of which ho is tho pres- top to bottom, the bedding it being renovated and father everything done U make it pleasant and comfort- pied a conspicuous seat in the audience. ident, at a salary of $25,000 per year. aDieior gueitt. i netauie snail never tc turpas ed by hoteltin thii section. J. II. OWENS. On one occasion after the actor had scored Mr. Gould is quoted as saying that an unusual applause tho old man, carried away by the enthusiasm, jumped to his advance of 1 mill per ton per mile in feet and exclaimed: "That's my boi rates would increase the net earnings of ruilrnad ovnr ?2- tho Minnnnri . ...... Larry!" .www... ..aw 00000 per annum. Mr. Traveler "And how did you like AT our beautiful western country. Miss Patient I am very miserable, doctor; Query?" & CO.'S, M. F. I have no appetite whatever. d Miss Query "I was completely Doctor You are in big luck, now) Ky. away with it!" that everything has gone up in price. HsN ef HMr. Tho following list contains iho names of tho pupils of the Crab Orchard school, whose deportment areraged 00 per cent, and over for the month ending March Dr. PRICE,2 I will tell to the highest bidder on Monday. April 13, 1891, (County court da;) In front ol the court houie In Stanlord, Ky,, my For Sal Twenty Building Iots ELECTION. Farm of Five mitos 151 Acres, Dil-lio- n from Stanford, in the Walnut Flat neighborhood Term made known on day ol aale. For partial- rar aauicsi iwi aiicT, oiamura, jit. M LASLKY. MHS. ...' YOU ARE GOING WORTH . or WEST. , .THK.. "SfK two-third- s DR. Louisville 4 NaaHviuc R. R. Is the line for you, at its 100-o- ni FOB. pott-offic- Double Daily Trains Make clo-t- e I I connections at 1 Property at McKinucy, e tore-hoe LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. e THROUGH TICKETS SOLO. liAGGAGE CHKCKKI) THROUGH. For any information enquire of J. A. CARPENTKK, Agent, Or Stanford, Ky. W. V. PKNN. Trav. Pa Agent, Junction City, Ky. Twenty milet the Shortett to SATrV 1 et 1 - 1 iy Kentucky Central R.R. "ULiXJK IlOUTJiV Tho Shortest and Qulokost Route from Central Kentucky to all points North, East, West and South-Wes- t. Fast Line botweon Loxlngton and Cincin- light-weig- ht Ex-Senat- Harrodsburg, nati. SCHEDULE South-Boun- IN EFFECT FKU No. J. USx. I 15. I ilt. No. c No. 4 Sun.! a a rn Lve Lvc Lve Arr Arr Cincinnati . Covington.. Falmouth. I'ant. . ........ Lexington . IS a is 10 p 11 8 ia 8 18 9 48 . I'ni-ifi- o - Paid For Hides and Far, ELIOT Stanford, - Lve I'arit 11 . Arr Winchetter. ts Richmond.., Arr Arr Lancaster, i 5 Arr Stanford 1 17 10 35 p m p m am Daily. Ex. Sun. 8 00 p m a to p m a ao p m m m q 16 p m J 5 l rn 01,10 tj p m 5 16 p m mj ti co p m 6 to p o lot pn , m 37 6 15 p ru Lve Richmond ... Arr Llvingtcn..., Le Middlcboro North- - Ilouud. J P ni o P 35 p m 3 03 p m 7 sj p in )i j No. car-sie- No. j. No. o 1. j FOR SALE OR RENT. The Very Desirable And I i Residence I Says the Frankfort Capital: Wo have moved up our peus again, and now think it improbable that the convention will finish its work within four weeks. It may follow the illustrious example of the last legislature, and adjourn tho day before the meeting of the democratic State convention, May 13. "Their's was a case of lovo at first sight." "Why iiitju't tliey marrv.' "They changed their minds at Becond Tho sight." 4 lot on Danville street. The house it in goou repair and conlaint S roomt. I lie yaiil it large and Leautilul and altogether m Placo is ono of tho Most liffhtful in Town. 1 Do- - a m a m a m Lve Stanford ...... 7 00 a m Lve Lancaiter ... 7 30 am Arr Richmond... 10 13 a m Lve R,chmondn: 11 46 p rn Arr Winchetter. I 40 p m Arr I'arit t J3 p m Lve Lcziugton , s 00 p m Lve I'arit M 43 p m Lve Falmouth.. p m 4 11 Arr Covington.. 5 40 p rn 1 Lve MiddlriLoro 6 43 l.ve Livtngtton. . 1 oc Apr llirhm.nit is 46 2 w -l 3 6 03 6 J5 7 7 m. a a ni m 3 43 P " m 4 as p n m 5 y P " m 37 P n in 45 P ua 45 9 751 00 a Arr Cincinnati , 3 30 p mlio 10 44 it m jo a a Berlin ought to bo a good place for topers, for it is a city alwayB on the Spree. Will 93-- 1 sell or rent on eaty terms. MISS MARY E. VARNON. Stanford, Ky. a. castlkman. A. C. LANCHAU. No- 5 X?' !?. anJ to 10, " m, ' andJ7. Maytvill at a Tho most potent and most perfect The baker always has dough on hand remedy for sleeplessness is to drink hot because he kneads it in his business. water. It can be heated over the gas or A good salary is about the last thing over a spirit lamp and one who tries it will find himself going olT to sleep like an artist learns to draw. an infant. m m a It is dangerous to let a horse rear; he Look out for your pots and skillets. is then on his last legs. There is powder in our woodpile. We Tho Colossus of Rhodes marked a have furnished about all the free wood we intend to this winter. Carnesvill", great stride in art. Ga., Tribune. n "I pronounce you Words with a When young men have to bo ejected and wife." from the White House for seeing Bnakes There is a good deal of the wag about it is pretty tough on Brother Harrison's a dog. administration. temperance ring-ma-- John ROYAL insurance Company, OP LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAN MANAOKRS, The measure of a man's rpal eharaeter is what it would do if he knew it would never be found out. Some girls are like a violin: it takes a eau to make them talk. FOB, SALE! Lot on Main Street in Stanlord Containing i Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents throughout the South. No. a, dally to all points except How Und Division, which it daily cacept Sunday. No. 1 runs daily from Lexington to Cincinnati. No. a runt daily No. 3 runs daily from all stations eacept thr Rowland Division, which is daily except Sunday. No. 3 daily eacept Sauday. No. 4 daily between Cincinnati aad Lexington. No. 43 Pant and Lexinipori Accommodation daily. Leaves Lexington coo a. m. Arrives Paris 10:43 a " No, 8 Falmouth Accommodation; leaves Arrives PaliMuta 7 03 p m daily except Sunday. No. t Leaves Falmouth 600 a m. Arrives Cincinnati 7 55a m daily except Sun Jar. No. a and 6 mako connections at Winchester for points on the N. N. M. V. R'jr, R. D. No. 1 carriet through cars from Cincinnati to. Middletborough and Cumherland tJap and all Intermediate tiationsand runt daily. W. U MUNSON. Trav. Pats. Agt.. CincinnaU. S. R. KNOTT, C. P. ATMORE. Traffic Manager. U en Pais. Agt. General office, LoultvilU. Ky S. F. II. MORSE, (Jen'l Fakt'r'r Agi., Office Chamher ol Commerce Uuilding.Ciiuinnatl 1 Cinciu-natljiio- Ilraach, Nog. leaves Paris al as P ni, arriving 7 33. p m. No. la leaves Maytville at 5 ao a m, arriving at Pans at 740, am. No. is leaves Maysville at 130 and arrives at Paris at 4 io,lp m. Thete trains are daily eicept Sunday. On theMavtville ermseaty. acret. T. R. WALTON. Stanlord. "W. 6 A. TEIBBLE, Local Agent, STANFOUD.K.Y. Mr. W. II. Gentry writet: "I am glad of the op.' portuaity to tpeak in praite of your wonderful Quinn't Oinimtnl. Have rtcojimeodtd to several frirudj, who are as wen pleased irii the retultsah lam." For curbs, p!inlv apavint, puffs aud ail biuichet, me thlt ttatulard rvrr.dy. Eltawood Stock. Farm. bcor'ESa'BSoie" bMUipia ,, ..... Inrlfilr o 1, ln.nr.nru ...h...vv I. ml..u .... i.. .'STEELKmuuti " ---- -- 3ml ii. ... uuc, h IJcm.Mf wl ritConsidering Hm.liWII.MU iMlW.ItW his fine size, color, style and I I I tocether with his most excellent breeding, action, we M.HB.... ..kWMWOT i sons with the sa trotted JayK) M.1V...V. eSeeha, j8 heats better than I 3?l.1.!"" Mint ha ve ured hirdtiriVte rih.nr produced ji in with r