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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891040701 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. t- - - r ' Mff "i tryfi Mm Tp"11 ":" rvjjaKvs,,v Semi-Weekl- y vol. xix. MY BIRTHDAY. Interior Journal. STANFORD KY., TUESDAY. APRIL 7. 1891. CRAB ORCHARD. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. HUST0NVILLE. NO. 10- - Affectionately Inscribed to My Beloved Daughter, Sophia, In Kansas City. to day. Andean it lu? Jiifit llnu' iloit of foot iH Timo', how snort tlio yenrnl But yi'Htunlay you wcro a. prattlinu; fifty-i'inlit MM. And I iu iiinmloori'a BtronK. vijror young nnd Now you linvo grown to womanhood, In years, learned in books and skilled in business And battling with tho world for "iistcrf While IllltlUll'll ance, I am tott'rlng down life's western slope. And Yt my father heart as longingly Heaches out to you, my darling, nnd lay Afl'ections areas tenderly entwined About you now, as when a little child You trustingly nestled within my arms AndBweetly 'slumbured all your cares away. Ho quietly comes down tho twilight dow rpon tho fragrant tlower beds of earth, That soiree are. we aware of Its descent Until wo behold tho earlier rays Of tho morrow'H mm reaching down to The drink p pearl-dro- from tho waking violets, And thus silently hoary Tinm keeps up Ills steady march, o'er counting oil" the years, -And we heed not tliu fleeting moments till Our stooping form and wrinkled brow ken limb. and locks The dance given by Col. 1). G. Of grey tell us that wo aro growing old. one by ouu they Slaughter on April 1st waa largely at- Yes, tho years slip by go. tended and enjoved lv nil. It was not jn noiselessly im tho unowilnkoB fall, an April fool ,' any means, as many by thought 'twould be, but the colonel iu eagle's llight, nnd surely Swiftly as the his genial way made it pleasant for all. An the arrow's course, they bear us onward We note the first set, which was a comTo our common goal, from whence none bination of lancers and quadrille, comreturn. posed of the following couples: Col. I). Teach us then, Oh! Oml, to "number (!. Slaughter, Miss May Parish; Henry our days, Pettun, Miss Maud Pettus; Wanl Moore, That wo may apply our hearts to wis- Miss Susie Milh-r- , Charley Slaughter, dom;'' And us wo advance in yuars may we MissNnnnie Kdtniston; Sam Totem, Miss grow Jennie Payne; Sam Magee, Miss Nellie In graro and in n knowledge of tho Smith; Will Beazley, Miss Alice Moore; I'Onl. Help us to learn of Thee- -T by will to Hundl y McClure, Miss Mamie DeBorde. Tiie first figure was quadrille and the know remaining figures were lancers. Fourth In all wo do Thy namo to glorify. So let us live, and work, ami trust, and set was the little children, who danced I,rfty Till wo nhall meet Thee and each other with more grace and ease than many of the older ones. Tho dance was wound in up at 'J o'clock with tho Old Virginia Thnt eternity where no sorrow coition, peace And the duration of our blis-f(light of reel. The music was furnished oy Prof. . Shnll be unmeasured by the Piper and Mrs. Slaughter, which was K. L. Cochran. years. splendid. ICns., Gazette. l'eabody, . 1 ul eyo. New stock of wall paper at Chad- wick, Hulli-- ACo,'. SpluMidid Htock of clotliinK just ro uoived by Cliiiilwick, Hailoy fc Co. Tliu Wumnn'tj Christian Aid Sociuty wish all the iiilmiiInth to bo nriwuiit nuxt I flM iimrmiH). Soino important business to attend to. Owing to nick-nou-s and extremely ,)(l(, Wl.llllmr( tlt. 0r,, Orchard Drau.nt- ic Society did not put their play on the stage, but tho manager pioniiNes as soon ho can be sure there will be good weather he will present it. There will bo an afterpiece, which is very laughable. Mr. J. It. formerly ono of our townsmen, but now of Lexington, is here to look after his property. Mrs. J. It. llniley was visiting friends in Stanford last week. Messrs. F. V. Dillion and S. Vnnderpool aro iiuito sick. Mrs. Kate 1'gbert is convalescent. Willie White Is down with la grippe. James Ramsey, Jr., while logging in tho woods near town last Saturday, suffered a very bad accident. Mo was hitching his oxen to the log, when they started oil' before ho was ready. Tho log fell on his leg, breaking botli bones below the knee. Ho laid in tlio woods over an hour before the log was taken oil of him. Ho is a very large man, weighing Ufit) pounds. Dr. 1'f ttus set tho bro- Tlio oxpri'HS linu horo nntl Dnnvillo luiri been dUcontiinii'd, but Mr. t:mta. Cl.irk FarriH btill riin.s lii Tlio GaitlitT Unlit Infantry turned out Saturday afternoon for target pritc- ticu. Tbuir now unifornis aro duieics Tliu negro, Cliarlny Oiuns, wiio cut another negro, Sam McKce, so severely on "Rattle Itov," not long since, has been dibcharged on motion of tlio Com- Mr. and Mra.Wni. Young Celebrate Their Golden Wedding. Tho following unique communication will bo read with interest by the many friends of tho good old couple heron, here recently, when tho workmen enbouts: (To the Editor Interior Journal.! gaged ia Varley it ICverill's lime rock Kaiio, Kansas, April 1. As I have quarry, north of the city, broke open a been a reader of your welcome paper largo piece of rock which had been for years, I thought thnt a few lines from blasted out, and a frog hopped out of n myself would bo appreciated by the mn-- pocket iu the centre of the stone, says ny readers of tho I. J., some of whom the Salt Lake Herald. Of course tho ocare relatives anil acquaintances in Lin- currence created a tremendous sensation coln, Pulaski and Madison counties. even among the workmen and operations at if tho grammar is bad. On Monday, the the quarry were for the time suspended, ;50th of March, was the ftOth anniversary nnd the movements of the frog were of our married life, and wo bad what is watched with great interest. Tho anicalled the iroldon wedding. There were mal was soinewhat Hinnlier than the orand dinary frog ami was perfectly 40 of our children, white. Us present and Broth- eyes were uuuHually large nnd very er S. L. Young nnd wife, from I'ratt brilliant, but the frog waa apparently county, nnd Dock Hustin nnd wife, from blind. Where tho mouth should have the Ninnescaw, and several of the neigh been there was only a line, and on the bors. The dinner wan ono of tho best feet was a dark, horny substance. Mr. thnt tho old lady has gotten up for tho Kverill at once took charge of the curi last 60 years. Those readers of this who osity and put it in a tin can, but the in oilier days have eaten at her table, frog died the next morning. Ho brought know what that means. In the 0 years it down town and it was examined with past wo have had born unto us 10 chil- interest by a largo number of people, and 1U dren and 45 audit was afterward presented to the making KS descendants. mu3cum, where it will bo preserved in The old lady is 0 years old and if I live alcohol. toseothoUdday of Juno next, will bo Ah to feeding poultry, says n Now Jer- 70 years old. Tho presents presented to were, it silver castor, a b y breeder, I have como to tho coiiclu- tho old lady is wo inticn corn ami breastpin, a knit yarn cap, a vase nnti -- o.uu vii'u iiiu-rgrain fed to produce eggs abuudantly; linen towels. I was presented, with fine that vegetable food is most requisite. I 10 npplo trees from a nurseryman and have found that potatoes nlono when d fine set of from other parties a cutr buttons and n lino fed to a number of fowls for a certain shirt and length of time will produce more eggs silk handkerchief. All seemed to tnjoy than corn alone, and consequently that thomselves well. the potato is tho best vegetable substiacreThere is considerably tho largest county tute for grain. I have ulso learned that age of wheat sown in Kingman barn-yarfowls will not this year ever known and it looks better n healthy state without long remain iu vegetable food, 1 over saw it at this season of tlio than and this with mo is a strong conviction. Respectfully, William Youno. year. I have reason to believe that most of tho diseases prevalent among chickens nnd Roll of Honor. Following is tho roll of honor issued nt poultry como from feeding too much Green Hill Academy, Crab Orchard, for corn nnd grain, and tho more they aro tho mouth, of Mar. '1)1: Reading, 2d, Thos. confined iu small enclosures the more Collier 00; 3d, James Pleasant 1)7; 4th, need they hnvo of vegetable food. T Nnnuie Noakes, 07. U. S History, pri Tiik SuaAuSunsiDir.s. -- This $8,000,000 mary, Joe Nowlnnd 00; advanced, Guy Fish 03. Dictation, Allio Fish 07. Aiith-ineti- that is to bo paid tho Louibiana planters primary, Henry Fish 91); No. .'J, and this half million dollars that is to bn 01; Jim Pleasant 01; No. 2, Caltha Fish juv- - paid tlio Vermont sap patriots will bo n,imiP..it. Guv Fish Ot. Spelling, enile, Thomas Collier 05; intermediate, nbsoluto gifts. Iho money will simply Henry Fisti w, ihbiht, namo ouiuer, pu uikl-- irom oinor people m tno form Lena Ware, Birnev Fish 100. KnuliBli 0f taxes upon food, clothing and ncces- V Toads In Rocks. Many well authenticated stories of the finding of live toads and frogs in solid rocks are on record, ami that such things are possible was demonstrated monwealth. Tlio Lancaster Rurlesquo Company have arranged to give their entertainment "Ancient Order of Hercules," nt Nicholasvillu Saturday evening, tho 18th inst. We sincerely hope that our neighbors will give the boys a crowded house. The Georgio Hamlin Dramatic Co., arrived iu Iauc.ister Friday morning and everything bade fair for a largo audience, as tho company camo well recommended and their appearance attracted the attention of the people, but just as the crowd was fathering Miss Hamlin was taken suddenly ill and is now nt the Miller Hotel under medical treat ment. I he balance of the troupe played at the Opera House Saturday evening to an appreciative audience. At this writing Miss Hamlin is somewhat improved and since they will he compelled to remain hero the balance of the week, it is thought she will be able to appear on the stage the latter part of the week. Tho people are anxious to see tier and everything is bei.Ng done for her comfort. W. O. Sweeney has returned from Cincinnati nnd is dangerously ill with pneumonia. James L. Duncan and wife, of Owe iibhoro. are here on a short visit. Homer Price, now of Knoxville, has been spending a few days with Lancaster friends. Dr. W. S. Klkin, of Atlanta, is here on a visit to his mother. Our popular jailer, S. D Uothwell, has been confined to his room for Hevernl days with kidney trouble. Hon. J. H. Brown and family have returned from Mt. Ver non. Mr. John Duncan, who is assign ed to duty as ganger nt one of tho Anderson county distilleries, is hero on a sbo t vacation. Judge M. II. Owsley has gone to Tennessee on professional business. Capt. W. S. Miller waa here a few days last week. Howard Rico is in Harrodshurg on business. Miss Mo!-liBurdett, of Parksville, ia visiting Mies Carrie Woods. Your scribe has just returned from a visit to the Illue-Grcity of Kentucky At Richmond he was royally entertained by his friend, Col. John Henderson, who on the 2d floor of the old Garnett House, is prepared to furnish a meal at reasonable prices to any wayfaring gentleman or lady, who may be passing there for that city. Tho colonel is proverbial for his good sense, genial manners nnd warm henr'edness. Don't fail to give him a call if you pass that e as first-clas- s The firm of Weatherford & Cook has been dissolved by tho retirement of Mr. Cook. Buck will coutinuo the drug busmess with Moso Cook's assistance behind tho counters and Jimmy will develop a few of his very stylish and promising colts. Indications about would lead an observer to the conclusion that aside from hanking and mercantile business thero is little profit in anything but horses and mules. But little trading in our vicinity. Jim Allen says his timo has been occupied all spring straightening up his last transaction in cattle. He purchaced a yoke of mortgaged oxen and having finally, after three purchases got everybody satisfied, is ready for anything in way of trade. A large number of horses and jacks were in the stables Saturday, but the show storm prevented a street paraiK Next Saturday is Bet for the show and many earnest prayers for better weather will be oflered. Everybody expected. Poney Beazley bought a fan cy gelding of John Baugh-uu- n litis-tonvillo JLU 1 MING. Our goods arc MOST ALL IN And ready for the trade. Frocks and with short pants. Cut-a-way- Men's regular cut and cxra long Sacks, Children's from 4 to 15 years s. for 300. grand-childre- n grand-childre- n gold-washe- e, u t n 11 ii v urinnie nnsnat 1 !. atini iina luiLiiuiiLii n j ii'iiinii uu, ; wuum una Cornells rirsi ons". Intermediate, Caltha Fish 07; No.2, Hat- - ho done? Why should tho government tie Collier, Joe Nwlanil 07; o. 3, Guy producing oat , taxes wruug from the men who rake Ho Collier. Joe Newland 95. Coraposi-tion. Lena Ware 04. Deportment, Hat- wheat and corn and tobacco? Ia suuar. a. r wi-w- -- -- fi-i- 8.rlra,raur,pl0J clo of food tio Collier. Pearl Collier. Allie Hsli, Guy growing moro commendable thun wheat- - nVoffina Ware, Mittio Ware 100. R. Lkk Davis, Prln. , ' anapoha Sentinel. than bread or meat ?-- Indi- Farmers' mouths are down at the corners in consequence of the unusual backwardness of preparations for cropping and they aro hopelessly groping for comfort in assurnnces of favorable weather by bouio reliable weather clerk. Where are Smith and Nail? Why don't they issue something official and redeem themselves by having verified a prediction of a few hours' sunshine between now and the roasting ear time? Wheat was never more luxuriant at this time of tho year, and should conditions continue equally favorable to garnering, u;ej Foa Trie Ia9 SoYi-AftFcR KxjMtftf M Kentucky will have greatly beaten all previous records of big yields per acre. Corn is plentiful, and as there aro no distilleries near, many buyers predict lower prices. There is little comfort in tlie advanced prices of hogs and cattlo as 60 few farmers have any marketable. W. E. YARNON R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. The good citizens of Northeast Ca- Ii a candidate to (III out unexpired term olC ountr sey aro considerably stirred up by the Judge made ncant by the death of Judge T W DENTIST. Varnon, subject to the action of the Democratic sudden incursion about the head waters party Office on Main street, opposite Portmmi H up stairs. Nitrous Oxide oas given for pai of tho middle fork of Frye's Creek of a extracting. C. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. blind tiger. It ia rumored that his lair is iu a hollowsycamore giant, and it is Is a Candidate for Auditor of the State ol to the will of the Democratic party. not improbable that a meet of the deter P. B. RILEY, Proprietor, mined and element of that A. S. neck o' tho woods will soon be arranged London, - - - Kentucky. SURGEOy DENTIST. for his dislodgement nnd rout. I have moved to my new Hotel Half Office on Main am better treet, over V. B. McRobem' prepartd than ever to accommodateandthe public dozen or more boys ranging from tho More, btanfcnl. Good Livery attached and every convenience de-uruf sired Give me a call. gosling of 15 years to tho 77 FRANK RILEY. bib nnd tucker chap of 8 and 10, drop-petheir change in a slot near the sycaDR. W. B. more by instruction, and after a little I am well prepared to bore well and will do the wcrlc in a Rood manner and promptly hocus pocus found enough benzine iu At One Dollar a Foot. their bottle to furnish a magnificent Office South side Main street, in office recently drunk and excruciating headache to Call on or addresi me at Stanford, Kentucky. icated by Dr. L. F. HulTnian, Stanford. Ky. 341 L.T.SMITH. every one of the children. The animal has been attracted to tho vicinity of the I. 31. BRUCE, timber in ilia by prospects of rich forage, P. W QREEN, Proprlotor. SALE AND- - FEED STABLE, but having begun gobbling the at the outset of his foray, an omI have rccentlr taken charze 01 this welt. known STANFORD, KY. way. inous rumble of outraged tolerance is Hotel and intend keeping it at its preient high SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMEIICIAL is looming up grandly and fast increasing to what promises an ex- standard. Special attention given to the traveling Lexington public travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. bids fair to become one of tlio most pros- plosion of indignation, which'll scatter First-ClasOnly s horses nnd vehicles used in livery perous cities of the South. Her business splinters Bky ward. On with tho work of In connection. AUo and tho markets extermination nnd immediatt success to houses aro salve, are stocked with the best quality of the exterminators. Pool and Billiard Parlors. and everything that meats, provisions Miss Minnie Dinwiddiu is at home 73 it Cures cuw, bru:tcs, old sores, skin diseases, could he desired to satisfy the appetite afteraaix months' visit West and South. corns, bunions, piles, fistuli, scratches halter burns, dew poison and bruises. Wherever it has of the most fastidious epicure. Tliu jour- Miss Kittio Bogle is visiting her brother, been used it has given uonderful satisfaction and Blue-Gra- ss nals nro well conducted and full of en- Dr. John Bogle, at Danville. Miss Mac its propensity lor removing soreness is remarkable. Numerous testimonials will be secured and terprise and dash. The Leader ib un- Logan is visiting iu Danville. Mr. and will appear in this space at a later date. Made and sold by o republi- Mrs. Chii8. Wingate, of Chicago, doubtedly the leader, although visaro wil' sell priv.ttely, nt a bargain, my iarm at J. B. HIGQlNS,;Smnford, Ky. 9iyr can and published in a city thoroughly iting Mrs. W.'s relatives in Lincoln and Crib Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky. This farm formerly known as the Jacob Guest democratic. Horse talk is indulged in Casey. Mr. W. is an influential railroad contain ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, ton large extent and the merits of the ollicial. Miss Annie Uelden, of LebaSeventh and Market Streets, Acres Land. thoronubreds fully discussed; every ono non, a bewitching brunette, was called you meet knowing tho timo of every home last week by tho death of her ma In prime conditon, and well unproved, lvine Louisville, - - Kentucky, p.irtly in the limit ut the town of Crab Orchard, prominent horse in the State, and he ternal grandfather. Her many friends on the I.. & N. R R. WILL OPEN MONDAY, MAR. 7. The farm is divided nearlv eijually by the pike might say in every State. and scores of admirers deeply regret the leading South from tont 'here being 175 acres on Having sold out our entire interest In the hotel, Being young in politics, your scribe sad shortening of what proved so de- the Hait tide on which is the mansion house, large, roomy and brick of 7 rooms, be- 011 Jefferson street, we have moved to our old concluded to take a look at tho republi- lightful a visit. Rev. Jotm ItHTo and sides kitchen, servant's houe, stab e, &c , nnd on stand that uc occupied for years so succcssfullr on Seventh and Market now alio can circus and see tho horses go round; wife, of Perry ville, spent a week with the West side 105 acres, which has&c. a comfort up in elegant shape, new streets, are and fitting ft throughout tho outable irame residen e outhouse, fit ill in eery way be elegant, including one ot I will sell the place as a whole, he Mr. R.'s parishoners in this if desired ami while being only an observer, vicinity. will mII cither of the tracts singly nr Either will Hale's Safety Pacnger anil liagcage Elevators with all the late improvements We vunt Hllof cannot say that ho made any considera- Mr. Ritle is still tho Baptist pastor here. .ike an elegant and comfortable hon e, coivc our old friends to come and see us in our old home. ble headway in political wisdom, but Mrs. Uriah Dunn was in town last Wed- lent to schools, churches, good turnpikes and the We promise you that our nnirn, table ana service r llroau the land. Mv wife. Mrs place be shall bo tecoud to 1'crsons saw enough to satisfy him that nesday, superintending the removal by shown overdesirous of inspecting theresidingwill the Jo II, Alexander, none in to be remembered to all wants on it by James Hays, now "For way thai are dirk and tricV that are vain, wagons of her very large collection of premies. K01 terms apply or address tue at Dan- - our lady friends and she will be glad to see thrm and give them n heaity reception Fare $a per day. n pocullar.'' ville, Ky. The poliiih-u- n 101 rare flowering and foliage plnntB from JO. B. ALEXANDER. M .nager. JAS.W. GUKST. Of ono thing ho ia sure, and that ia that, of her late city residence. Mr. liko tho man who traversed tho conti- the pit Mrs. Dunn have removed to their Co. NATIONAL BANK with a bear, if lie mado no money and nent Mr. John Sandidgo's, near ho got to see a great deal of tho country. OF STANFORD, KY., OF STANFORD, KY. Shelby City. John Rout was in town Ho also arrived at tho conclusion that Is now fully organiied aud ready for business with one day last week behind a span of Capital Stock while there might be a vast amount of mules, which drew equal to the Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Surplus . from tho pursuit of poli"honor" derived and monkey. The Snrplus, . - - - boy with 10,000. Attention of the public is invited to tics aa n profession, in the long run thero the fact tenth commandment was unavoidably is tho only National Hank in Stanford. very little money and less satisfac waa SUCCESSOR to TIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL that this provisions of the National Hank Under the Act broken by every stockman who longing RANK OF STANFORD, depositors are secured not only by the capital tion to compensate for tlio trouble and ly looked 'em over and priced the them but (Now closing up) with the same assets and under stock, but by to stockholders liability lor an equal the slock, so that depositors of annoyance incident to its acquisition. management. the tho highest offer was a little short of It y provisions ofsamechatter, depositors are an amount this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. its Ho had the pleasure of a delightful serFive sworn statements of depositors John's reasonable valuation. Henry fully protected as aie being held in National are made each year to thethecondition of the bank United States governenade from Prof. Henry Saxton, Jr., who Ranks, Camnitz is wrestling valiantly with the liable to its shareholdeis amount of Individually ment and its assets are examined at stated times their stock the extent of the undoubtedly the finest guitarist in this is by government agents, thus addition value grippo nnd proposes to win the battlo if therein at the par In suchthereof, in It may to the and perfect safety to depositors.securing additional act as shares. amount invested country. His performances aro truly originally established This it takes till after tho garden crops are executor administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as Depositinstitution, Stanford in 1858, tbee as the Hank of wonderful nnd aro worth goiug a long an individual. Grei-ized as the National Hank ol Stanford in iScisand pitched. Wood was up on a To those who entrusted their buisinets to us ways to hear. while mnaging- the Lincoln National Hank of again reorganized as the Kirit National Hank of btanlord in 1S81, has The citizens of Lexington aro making business trip last Wednesday, after Stanford, we we here tender our manv thanks and rupted existencu of had practically an uninteryears. It i better supplied their business tbey will a strong fight for tlio possession of the moro than a week's absence and the trust us, offeringcontinue to transact prompt atten- now with Ucililies for transacting business promptas a guarantee for with of timo he had to devote to his tion to same, our twenty years' experience in ly aud liberally than evrV before in its long and State capital and if it should be removed amount Accounts corporations, andas liberalnccommodations as arc con- honorable career. individualsof respectfully fiduwill doubtless accom- innumerable friends hnndshaking and bankingwith sound banking. ciaries, firms and d. from Frankfort, sistent DIKECTORS: plish their desire. Altogether, the trip answering questions bade fair to hold The Pirectory of this Dank is composed oi J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernou; of your scribe waa pleasant and instruc- him over a night, when your corresponT. I. Foster, of Stanford; Forestus Reid, Lincoln county ; ' J. M. Hail.Staiilord; supper. Miss t tive. Ho got to smoke and chat with dent started toWednesday to ' J. W.lUyden, Stanford; left last J. S. Ows'ey, Stanford ; visit her S. II. Ilaughman, Lincoln; tho political moguls and to learn much cousin, Mrs. Green, at Stanford. Dr. P. S.J. Embry, Stanford; M. J. Miller, M. Vernon; of Central Ken- W. Logan, at presunt a horny-handStanford; S. T Harris Lincoln: of tho principal city J. E.Lynn, Milledgeville; brush-pile- r A. W. Carpenter, J. S. Hocker Stanford; and thoroughbred tucky. stockG. A. Lacker, Lincoln; of the Milledgoville neighborhood, J. K.Uaughman, Hustouville; man T. P. Hill, Stanford; J.F.Casb, Stanford; W. G, Welch, Stanford. with his exceedingly bright youngest Card of Thanks. W V. Tate, Stanford. Goocb, Stanford, Ky. William Fordyce I wish to extend to those who assisted son, last week.Barker, was in town one S. Shanks, President. OFFICERS: re- day Timo deals kindly with II. and protfored their assistance in our J. Ii. Owsley, Cashier J. S. Hocker, President; Cashier; cent boreavemont my heartfelt thanks the doctor and Kmnirer life is cnrtainK. John J. McRoberts, shall live to partly re- preferable to the harcssments of tho pill W.M. Bright, Teller. A. A. McKinnej, Assistant Cashier and only hope I H.'Uiujhniin, General Bjok.Ke4je' uualneas. G. Bahnett. J. Willis pay them. Stagg & McRoberts. r&riitiTfieN& f JNIMENT FOR MAN OR BEAST RICHARD WARREN PRICE, THE law-abidin- g Ir. RILEY HOUSE, half-grow- n d PENNY, Dentist. METERS HOUSE, callow-youth- s timi, first-cla- Sample Room ss first-clas- s isw mwm Choice Farm FOR SA.LE. 1 homc-tea- 200 Excellent 11 well-bu- ilt 111 -- 97-- tf Farmers BanM Trnst FIRST son-in-la- two-year-o- ld 3200,000 bag-pip- o 16,500 solia-te- Alice-Wrigh- ed 9S-i- yr j.S irf ittsrW;. nW ,.' ifiU.Xiik.Vi4-..- . o.s4afcajr4fc i.-uc- - ... ' fe. ii uiHMBwyi iiMywiiw Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal A Stanford Ky run. 7, 189 W. F. WALTON, After a month'sterrific battlo with disease and the tluvil, wo nro by tho help of God again ablo to do some work and to attempt in a manner to thank the dear friends of the newspaper fraternity and others till over Kentucky, Virginia and several other Stateo, who have man ifested so much interest in our behalf. Our younger brother, who has tilled our place better than wo could have done ourselves under favorablecireum stances, haB copied a few of the articles that gentle hearts inspired, but as we knew nothing of them until he did so and then not until days after, wo are relieved of the charge of vanity that their reproduction might inspire. Thnnk you, dear brothers all, those whoso notnvs now occupy and valued space in our scrap-boowere not reproduced, ns well ns those that were. Fully if not more cherished indeed are the hundreds of letters now before us, and if, as J5ro. McCarly, of the Jessamine Journal, says, wo have had more than our share of nflliction, wostill have cause for thnnkfuluess and gratitude, which we would like each heart to know that we feel with unspeakable intensity. May the Giver of every good and perfect gift bless von all abundant- iy. k M IH 1 HI II ' 'I i rt ! i MI ft., f Lvi ft iJ J: ville amounts to l.SUS barrels a day. Tho removal of the duty hut? run tho price 5 from 0J to4j for granulated. Tho Norfolk Virginia has found out The one Goods, by interviews with prominent democrats to to of) week of 41 Virginia counties that its State who to president in 1S92. is for Cleveland lor Gov. Hill, of New York, refused to terest and importance for the smallest so so paper to incur that not very great cost. accept an invitation to a freo trade meet ing of the Single Tax Club because, as Owing to the illness of one or two of lie wrote, he has no sympathy with its tho colored jurors, the argument in the objects or purposes. case of Charles K. Kincaid for Rilling David and Joseph Nicely, brother, Congressman Taulbeo had to bo cut were nicely worked oil' by tho sheriH ut short Saturday and a continuance had Somerset, lt., Thursday, for tho murder 5c; till and it was probably very late of an old farmer for money. They met Oc if at all before the jury was finally given death unllinchingly. of Cartho case. Tho prosecuting attorney Judge H. J. Stikes, of Louisville, Oil Shoes, to wjvVw.? mhinh. made a very bitter argument against the for 32 years judge either of the citcuit, We to defendant, but "Charles' " friends here common pleas or com t of appeals, died stock acquit- Fiiday night, aged 71. Ho was an able are satisfied that he ought to bo ted and that he will be. judge and an upright man. Dis. Grant and Blackburn, of LouCot. V. 0. IjHadlky, member of the isville, were acquitted of tho charge of national republican committee, passed robbing graves in Now Albauy. It will through to Louisville Sunday. The be remembered that one of their negio Knee We d republican in the State assistants was killed at the time. of them nil, as well as is now the chief Duriug the month of March the of tho ofilcial patronage. Brer. George Italian immigration to the I'niled Suites seen Denny and the others, who so shame- exceeded that from every other nation go week, to look fully and causelessly mistreated him, and tho aggregate is rapidly increasing. turkey would, like the clipped-wingealways desert a If Italy decides to wallup the V. S. buzzards, have to roost exceedingly low-i- Rats Davis, dem., baa sinking ship. govm Self-Lacing ii 1,254 votes for i she cannot commence operations for six future, if tho colonel wns not the moot ernor of Rhode Island more than Ladd, mouths. According tothe treaty between forgiving of men. rep., but this is IKX) short of a majority, the countries, to which the Louisv lie You wo Malonk, tho man who, tried to usurp and the election will go to the legislaTimes calls attention, that time is to be which seems to bo republican. deture, allowed the merchants of the coast and the office of Col. Lewis, so as to help Tho Mitiuesota Senate has passed a A. in the ports of each other and the term feat Col. Bradley, at Lexington, but test came and disap- bill to require editors aud newspaper Main Street, Stanford, Ky, WANKS AND of one year to those who dwell in tho flickered when the peared, causing George Denny to ex writers to sign their articles, under a interior, to arrange their business and transport their effects wherever they claim in the anguish of his soul, "Where penalty of not eta than $20 nor more Bucklcn's Arnica Salve fur The please, and that all whose occupations is Malone?" had gone to join McGinty than $100 line or imprisonment for not sores, hot miIc in the uortd mrcs, cult, bruises, tetter, chapul 't, tall rheum, fcr are for the common subsistence and ben at the bottom of the sea, where Denny less than 30 days. ped rumli, chilblains, corns and all 'l cr p subsequently fell with a dull (Son. Albert Pike, grand commander tiontamt positively euro pile, or no pay rciiuirr, efitof mankind 'shall be allowed to himself ed. It is guaranteed to pive perfect .ihU.ti r bo. of the Scottish Rite Masonry, southern or money retunded l'rico J cent continue their employments without thud. Dtaitr Id. y A K 1'ennv, Sunlord, Ky. ' from the belligerents of eijurisdiction, died at his residence in Kor molestation is progress The railroad in Palestine Tho Flrat Stp. ther side. This is a most humane ing finely and soon tho strange cry will Washington, aged SI. Bishop Thomas CLOCKS run down, i WATCHES, Perhaps AM JEWELRY. provision and the country that breaks bo heard, ''All aboard for Jerusalem." U. Dudley is mentioned as his succes- leep, can't you arcian't do anything to tat. nr ai't y. at thmW you. j ssfai lion, and ou woader what ail it deserve3 to bo whipped. By the Toe "cannon ball" aud "lightning ex- sor. should heed the warning, you are taking the fvril way, the spectacle of little Italy growlVou a ner A rich deposit of lead and silver has step into nervow prostration. press" will hardly be known on tho line fcayRcpairini; neatly and prompt thtteait ing and snarling at this great coun- from Jall'.i to the former city, however, been found on the farm of Jackson tonic and Klectnc Hi Iter yvuwiUHftd)tem t t your W remedy for retonnjr " jS 1 lt dn iii try looks very much like a lice after a a3 the average grade is 47 feet to the Watts, in Anderson county. Mr. Watts normal, healthy ..onJillon burpnainu result lollow the use of this Nerve Tomi and Alterative peninsula mile. bull dog. The 10 per Your appetite return, toad dtccstxm relted All has been offered $30 per day and a n mume liver could be hidden in Texas so completely cent, of proceeds for the privilego of and the bottle and kidney cel at benlthy tion. I A k True 50 Try a will take old cold or silver in exchanm for immls. Ktnnrnrd .k'ii - Du. John D. Woods was nominated wording the deposit, but declined. it would be html to And. i w., druc kture .. for one of tho representatives of Warren ' " . , The railroads own 211.000,000 acres A Little OUT. Experience In a Light A FniKxn has sent us a beautiful, blue by primary Saturday. The doctor is as ' ,H. 4 card, containing a handsome picture of popular as he is brainy and this further of land, which is an area larger than six Mr and Mr. Uren Ireicolt aic Veeperi of the lV?.TrV 'H"" li-MlA . Lp&.l, V V ;. Yr V y. 4- Auditor Norman and hearty endorse- demonstration of the former is very grat- States the sizo of Iowa. Since 1SCI no Gov Lighthouse at Sand4 llch,old. La.land ar fX.V' . April V K- -. bIe.edithadaUKhtrr ?) I j7aW arj J less than 181,000,000 acres of land have the 1 taken d .w. with meat, followed with a ment of tho gentleman by Editor V. T. ifying to his friends. tough STANFORD. KY been y'tven to tho railroads. It is such drwdful and at and turnmc lUta a fever. Doctor Havens, of .Mt. Sterling, who holds the treated her, but in vain. Detroit at home lie he grew ' mere position of deputy commissioner of in The Frankfort correspondent of the statistics as these which make farmers' "handful ofworo rajidlT until tried I)r aKins' bone." Then he alliances. two and a half New Uiicovery and after the ueof surance under him. Then in plaintive Courier-Journ- al said yesterday that it is l)r, a completely cured. Zoo Gayton completed her walk bottle New I)icovery i worth it Thrjr ay gold, terms Capt. Havens calls on his friends possible that the convention may adweight in King' "A. K to support his chief and in display type journ this week. Yes, all thingsare pos- from San Francisco to New York in 215 yet )ou may K tote. u a trial bottle free at Wc arc closing out our stock of Gibbs' Imperial, Iron llcnm, ChamI'enny'jdrug exclaims, "A votelfor Norman is a yote sible, but this one is not probable by a days. Tho distance covered was 3,395 pion and Oliver Steel and Combination Plows AT COST. MIIob' Norvo and Llvor Pills When wc miles and she wore out five pairs ot for me." We do not gainsay a word the jug-fu- ll. Acton a new principle -- regulalms the liver, shoes in the tramp. She mado 25 miles ttomach and bowel through the nerve. A new say cost, we mean cost. captain says of the auditor and we know Dr. Wc have taken the agency for the "Vulcan" Chilled Plow, the com the last day. Sho got $12,000 for making discovery tate, Mile" Till ipecdily cure biliou The Italian war has died the captain himself to be a clever, exceltorpid liver, pile, nei, bail for men, women, children contipatieii ing Plow, and these must go to make room for them. Smallest, Unequalrd gentleman, but wo think the people The "government of the king" has rec- the journey. lent cent. Sample free doe Choice lot ol home grown Clover, Timothy, Orchard Grass and The trouble with tho striking coko miMeil, tureit soStanford15 will repudiate the combination which ognized that Fava has made a monkey at A. II Penny', Oats. lias been sucking the public teat so long of himself and will send him along with miners at Mt. Pleapant, Pa., culminated Tho Flnoat on Enrth. Dayton K R. subjects. The Cincinnati, Hamilton in riot and bloodshed, in which 7 men Oliver Chilled Repairs at reduced prices. and put their seal of condemnation on some of his runtime Pullman' l'erlected Safety were instantly killed and about 50 were the only lineiraini, witn unair, Full stock of Hardware and Groceries. tho way the army of clerks and assistaiceping veMIOuleil Gen. Greeley was in Louisville Satur- wounded. Over 1,000 strikers raided nnd Dining Car nervice between Cincinnati, ants are trying to perpetuate tho Hewitt and Chicago and i the only line run day. He left the weather in charge of u tho Morewood plant, which was guard- i.ng 'through Htclining Chair Car between Cln-- c a c SINK, J N.MKN'Krrc dynasty. With a new candidate such subordinate and that may account for ed by tho sheriff and fil deputies. They nnati, Keokuk and Springfield, III. and Sleeping as Hon. It. C. Warren, the party will not Car Cincinnati to Mackinaw, and the worst spell of winter since Christ- advanced upon the works and, accordOnly Direct Lino be thrown on the defensive. Let us the Luna, Iletween mas. ing to the general report, fired upon tho troit, the Cincinnati, Dayton Canada. Toledo, Dehave a new deal all around. Lake Region and The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. guards, who, after vainly ordering them The road is neof the oldcit in the State ol NEWSY NOTES. Ohioand the only line entering Cincinnati over 15 Col. W. 0. Bradley was elected over back, opened a fusillade on them with miles of double track, aud f rum lis past record can LUMBER, SASH, Congressman Wilson to tho vacancy on There are 71,6S1 Chinese in Califor- Winchesters. The rioters fled, leaving more than assure it pitront speed, comfort aud safety DOORS, nia. nnd that they tho national republican committee by a Tickets the dead behind. Nearly all tho killed read C , IIon D le everywhere, out ofeeCincinnati, , either in or The storm has been very se vere in IZLINDS, voto of 7 to 5. No man in Kentucky has SIDING, and injured are foreigners, who swore Indianapolis or Toledo. K. O. McCORMICK, Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. done more for his party than Col. Brad- the East. vengeance. Gov. Pattison called out General Passenger and Ticket Agent. . In Chicago 951 people died of grip tho troops and further bloodshed was ley, and his friends, whose names are AETD ritey All l'nllctl. legion, are delighted that his services last week. averted. The follow ing letter from Mr W. A. Thomson, Wc carry a full stock of everything found in a The direct tax claim of Ohio is have been so handsomely recognized. of Co umlius WU , i prritltarly liilrrosttnir: CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. "Jlyni'e.' nars he. "hat been treated for her and has been paid. Tho most popular republican in Ken hea.l. hiomuih unil icrsoiM iiroklriithin by three Two ministers of tho gospel are serv Yii'k, ivto In t hieaijo, one In dctctor in N' tucky deserved tho honor without a Lxamine our designs and specifications before letting your contract The committee on location of capi- l'htude phtii, on In Cincinnati iwd iH the Urge ing on the grand jury in Harlan county. struggle and would have gotten it withmonth Ther all for building. tnvl.tu.c in IlulT.iio for SINK & MKNKFKK, Stanford, Ky. failed. Hut or." iKittl'' of Dr MlloV IteMoratlve Davenport, la., elected its democratic tal has reported in favor of Frankfort. out opposition if the masses luAl had " A clause was adopted that convicts Nervin hilpd liir won DuCKachcs. TtiU iihould cuangenof txjuiod Ii all ..enilnchcs, a say. Tho committee choso Lexington municipal ticket by a majority of 1,500 must labor only insido prison walls, ex- life, nervous il'Morliance, lit, rheumatism, as the place and May 22d a9 the day for to L'.OOO. It 1'ennv druc store lor a free etc. AK ut A. GO TO- J. B. Ramsey has been appointed cept upon the public works of tho State, trial bolile und Ur. Miles' new boolc on the .holding the convention to nominate canor when thoy can not be provided for Nerve ami IVart. postmaster at Conway, Rockcastle, vice didates or State oflires. Tlie World'rt l'nlr. inside the penitentiaries. A. W. Hart, resigned. The eicltement caused by this great onnt Ii The last issue of the Nelson Record annrnrcrlv enunleil hv thai Droducrd hv the irrual Mr. Dana's salary as editor of the ,(tUcovry of Dr. Miles the t$!orahv Xtretnt. LONDON LAUREL COUNTY. nounces the purchase of Mr. T. N. Morris' New York Sun has been increased from It sperdlly cures nervous prostration, ennnge 01 life, pain dullness and confusion In bead, nts, interest in it by Hon. Ben Johnson, late $25,000 to $50,000 a year. palpitaJailer Dan Lovell and three of his sleepii'Sne, tho tilucs, C neuralgia, &, (to., of W Snow speaker of tho Kentucky House of Reption, monthly pnlns, etc. FOR- Lorenzo Crounz, of family are down with tho measles. . Syracuse, N V ; Ta uott und Mo. of resentatives. Mr. Johnson promises to Nebraska, has been appointed assistant Ind , ami A W Ulnekburn, of Wooster. for senator, Kd Parker, O Candidate ells bettor than , ar that "The Nervine keep the paper up to its high standard, secretary of the U. S. treasury. and W. 13. Catching arrived Saturday any thing wo ever fcold, and give universal dowhich he is thoroughly capable of satisfaction " Dr Mllos' new Illustrated treatStephen G. Sharp is from letting mail contracts in the ise on tho Nerves and Heart and trial bottle ing. Mr. Morris will take charge of tho announced as tho reform democratic night freo at A. R. Penny' drug store. West. business department of Rov. II. C. Mor candidate for mayor of Lexington. disTho democrats in this senatorial rison's Kentucky Methodist, which will There are 5!5 divorce cases on the trict will have a candidate against tho GARDEN SEEDS, be removed to Louisville and be greatly docket of the common pleas court at republican nominee for that oflico. If 2 Houses and Lots in McKinney, improved. We are glad to know that This is worse than Chicago. a good man is put out Laurel, Bell and Both desirable homes. For information and Kentucky will not lose this excellent terms address Gen. Joa. E. Johnston's will was Whitley will give a majority for tho MRS. SUSIE S. ADAMS, gentleman and newspaper man. West Mam Street. i6 filed Friday at Washington. Ho disposes democrats. Lexinuton, Kv. of $80,000 worth of property. There are Owing to the energetic work of Town In an interview Senator Blackburn Marshal Horbin, hogs are not seen on shows that he has "toned down" consid- no public bequests. Pinevillo's now city hall has been our streets any more. Tho hog law and erably in his pronounced opposition to Cleveland since mingling with the peo- let to Fred Huga for S13,4ys. Work will all other town laws are now being strictfyvvnrtUss.fssMt ple who love him for the enemies he has be commenced at once aud the plans ly enforced, except that in regard to boxes, Ac, on Main street. made. Tho Senator is personally for call for a very fine building. Ground for tho U. S. Grant monuTho Dramatic Club gave an exhibiSenator Gorman, of Maryland, but he ment at New York will bo broken Apl. tion at East Bornstadt Saturday night. doesn't undertake to say now that Cleveland cannot bo eithernominated orelect-ed- . 27 with duo ceremonies, of which the Wo understand the performance was up to that given in London and tho audiTho political atmosphere at Wash- grand army will have charge. Thomas Gadsden, cashier of tho ence sulliciently largo to pay all exington is nearly always vitiated and the Ga., penses. Thoy cleared $G0 on their perfree ozone of tho country helps even the Merchants' Bank at Savannah, committed Biiicide, after getting away formance here, but our street lamps most morbid cases produced by it. and for with $70,000 of the bank's fund3. haven't come yet. A negro rapist was hung at AnnapoFred Hugi was awarded thocontract Will Stehhette's Owousboro MidCastorlu curat "Castorlaia to well adapted to children that Koiir bUouiacli, Colic, Oormtlpatlon, IMarrhavx. Eructation, night Sun, after many obscurations and lis, Md., Friday, after acknowledging his for building tho city hall at Pineville, I recommend It as superior to any prescription E. KUU Worms, give altwp, and promotes) dt. II. A. Ancura, M. D., known to mo." eclipses has ceased to shine and the crime aud expressing himself satisfied last Wednesday. His bid was $13,498. TONSOHIAL Ill So. Oxford St, Srooldn, N. Y, I Without Injurious medication. young man will go with the justness of his sentence. Mr. Hugi is one of our many Swiss citiSTANFORD, KENTUCKY, a The CurraCR Company, 77 Murray Street, K. Y. The O. & O., having acquired tho zens and has taken and completed with Has a on tho lecture platform nnd tell of Harper Shop on Main street, opHouse, and invites a share of your Troubles." It is hoped the pub- GordonBville & Orange Branch in Vir- perfect satisfaction many contracts in posite HimnMua laoutmuo cans aid puuiigc lic will be enough interested in them to ginia, now Baves four hours in time be- and about London. lie did tho wood special attention to ladles and children. Work dona in the latest style with neatness and dis- tween Cincinnati and Washington. work on our give him a helping hand. patch. of getting tho thing before tho people. So far ao we are concerned, wo will send it out without charge to the State and we bi lieve that most of tho other papers will. The cost will not be greater than the expense of folding and postauo and surely the matter is of enough public in, A couple of deaf mutes wero niiu-rie- d The con. con. has decided to have at .Marion, Ind., the usual questions printed and distributed L'00,000 copiej of framing ami ttie being propounded by tho aid of a typethe instrument it is Danville Advocate makes the suggestion writer. At Blootnington, Ind., Ward that they bo printed in supplement form in a lit of insanity, cut his eick and furnished tho newspapers, which mother's throat as she lay in bod ami will willingly give it freo circulation with their issues. The suggestion is a then his own. Both died. The shipment of sugar out of Louisgood one and tho best and cheapest way e, 0 SPRING SHOPPERS, Who will be out this week, will remember the THE LOUISVILLE STORE LOVELY AND Shoes and Clothing House of which the people Stanford Dry never have complain. It is our pleasure cr this along list of articles, which will make our patrons, are fortunate enough secure them, remember the Louisville Store for many a long day. Our Sprint stock was never before varied, full of CHEAP THINGS t -- to-da- y, prices: the .s it now is. Bead and followingChecked Calicoes, Brilliantinc, higher; Worsteds, yard; and Striped Worsteds, pets, Rugs, An elegant line astonish yon. biggest-hearte- d The biggest and most carefully selected ever was in this town. Suits, $i 50 Pants, 2oe and higher; Shirt- lasts, 25c. and higher; also have now the most elegant and cheapest line Clothing in stock which ever was in Stanford or vicinity. There are some of those pants left, which will only for this for $1.25. Don't forget at our new lino of 3rSgssss WvtMdh Boys' Clotliing,, .ii3JiMms p m Cloth, Straw Jfatling, Ladies' Muslin Cnderwear just arrived. Motions, reduced mill call special attention our oj 20c the 20c yard. .? is Mather's m i - kid gloves; are the Every pair guaranteed, sole agents. will find them only at our store, as VltllANSKY, Proprietor. GABRIEL, Managers. I "JJfeE!N- R0BT- fenzel, i't N Bl I I - fl '''if boot-shape- d 'nj Work Warranted. Fine Watches ( Specialty. I tl' tr- ,A (VV 4,i WW-- - -- ll C,3 a.; ffikV J T7TTTT! l'vt.C' AC L.ll 1 ' .. J organ-grindin- g A-- I Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, CEILING, A-- . -- 1 WOVEU WIRE SLAT FEITCB. FIRST - CjCJISS 3CXJMBEH YARD. 1(1 -- JTD) FOSTER'S FIELD & fJreens-burg- er New York Seed Potatoes, Spading Forks, Hoes, Rakes, &c., &c. FOK S&X.E. h. o6-- tl Infants Children. II. FARMER, ARTIST, "Ster-xette'- first-clasn s court-bous- e. n v tjfcdfaJL. t ,4w vOUJUs?.JgJ31J' j iaT'i Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Ai'iin. 7, 1H91 11. Fiiksii lot of Zuigler Hros.' shoes at S. Shanks'. m m m Stanfoiiu, Ky SAWKiifihinules and sale by J. It. Foster. fenng lumber for nt ic.o,walton, dub. MnnoRor MEANS i:k i'mcIcm of ovury description A. A. Wnrn-n'Modi1) Orocery. Flow BUSINESS. Wantkd, lOO.MK) pounds wool. Highest cash market price. A. T. Nunnolley, .Stanford. Call S You it account to duo iintl rcmly. and Bottlu mid oIiUku A. It. PERSONAL Penny. lors op Swkkt.nwb. Three trains, carrying M) carloads of sugar, passed thro' Stanford to Louisville, one day hud week. Ah many as "0 vlsitora a day on several days is enough to convince the editor that he has a few friends at least in the home of bis adoption. POINTS. " ., tlio JimkikT. Z, Mokkow npiuit Sundny nt bin home in Some rout. Col. W. K. Mn.t.iui, of Iiko OtOBhc, Tonn., vun in town Snturduy. Judok V. II. I'lmuH, of Somerset, wns hero uttundiiiK court hint week. Miss Nuiia Dickkiwos, of (inrrunl, in iK-M- t of MiHri Montiu HarriH. Foit Hk.st.A couple of houses in Rowland, with four rooms each, property of M. Peyton, liood yards and plenty of water and conveniently located. W. A. it-- Tin: Plate llord of Initialization increased Lincoln's taxes 2 per cent, on Franklin. T on lots. Pulaski guts 5 in11. Watso.v, who lina lost LIh land and Iit. crease on land, while Hockoastlo is rewife and a Kraud-chilin tiio lust week, duced 5 on thcsnuic. is very ill. Miaoits. Wm. Dknny nntl M. F. Kii.i.KD nv the O.ww. A of Hicliuioiid, hnvu been k,11jB'b wm of Mr. Samuel Upthegrove, who nt Mr. A. IC. Denny'n. lives at South Fork, in this county, was Muh. Jamkm 1)i 1,1.0 and daiiKhter, run over and killed by a freight train MIhh Nellie, of Lancaster, liavu been the Sunday. The young man bad attemptKiit'fltA of friend here. ed to board the train while in motion, MlBSKI XKTTIK AM) GKOIKIK WllAY but lost his hold and fell under the have been upending a few tlayn with wheels. He was cut entirely in two. Miss llchslo Kichaids at Junction City. II. Hohk, of Lexington, n Cait. Tiik sberid of Harlan and hcvcral of prominent horseinan, wns over last week bis deputies, brought John Hovurd lookiue nt hoiiio of Lincoln 'a line trot- - back to the jnil here Saturday to await tew. Whitley circuit court, to where ho John Hiikiiit, Jk., cauio down Friday the sucueeded in getting a change of venue. to attend the entertainment given by who killed his father, the yonne, ladies o! the Collet on that Sidney Lewis, Judge Iiwis, in Harlan, also secured a ovenini;. change of venue to Whitley, and was Dk. J. I). Ci.ahi, the ChristiHti counWilliamsburg for safe keeping, ty enndidato for Kovemor, May vd hero taken to the county judge of Harlan not desiring over nilit on his way to Uichmond, Frito have too many of tho criminals from day. Ho didn't stay hero long enough that county in the Mime jail. In speakto many of our citizuna a peep at ing of the Iewis case, Deputy Hailey inhim. V. I'kn.v, traveliiiK jmwiiuor formed a reporter for this paper that of tlio L. it N. railroad, arrived Mrs. Iwisaud a negro named Wilburii ncent last evening and will make MiddleslKro Cornet hud been indicted on tiie charge bin headquarters. Ho has taken itiar of taking part in the killing of Judge ter nt tho Ashbury Hotel. Middlenbo-r- Lewis and that the public believed them both guilty. Mrs. Lewis was released Nowh. Miss I.irrriK Hki.m, of .Stanford, Ky , under ffi.OOO bond and tho negro under who has been tint guest of her nister, one of Stl.000. Mr. Hailey also stated Mrs. Horace Drown, loft yesterday for that it was the impression that Lewis bur home. Now Albany cor. louivillo would plead insanity, but that the county could and would furnish abundCommercial. Mk. T. It. Walto.v, of Atlanta, who ance of proof of bis sanity. George Noe, responded so quickly an so lovingly who was tried at tho present term of tho when bo beard of bis brother's illness, Harlan court for breaking into Mr. store, was given one year in the will return to that city, with which he pen, and was in charge of the sherili, is very much pleased, in a day or two. Tiik l'inevillo Messenger names our who, after staying over night with him former townsman, Hum y Helm, Ivmj., here, took him to Frankfort. as one of tho 11 candidates for city IIkahty Thanks. In response to n judge there. Harve is tall enough and telegram to come over and assist in tho Htuart enough to gather tho persimmon Woody Hros., Concert, Misses Libbio Notwithstaniiino the inclemency of if ho tries. DEATHS' DOINGS. Pegan and Nodio Andrews, of Millers-burthe weather, a large crowd greeted tbo Mtta. Maooik V. took the College, accompanied by Miss Ma performance given by tho Stanford Littlo Viola Armstrong, the train hero yesterday for Kansas City, ry Myers, of tho Bamo institution, arCollege Friday evening. Tho enr where sho will make her future home. of Mr. V. "B. rived Saturday to tho delight of every tertainment was a musical and calistben-i- c Her many friends in tho West Km), ns Watson, died Friday night. one, who had ever heard them sing. treat, tho equal of which has not been well as those in this portion of tho counMrs. Faulkner, wife of Senator Miss Pegan is the teacher of music, seen for years here. Some 50 beautiful Faulkner', from West Virginia, nnd ty, greatly regret her departure. while Miss Andrews is an apt pupil, girls, just now at tho most interesting mother of Misa Jano Faulkner, who Mn. L. 0. PiiiLurs, who has spent the who bos graduated in instrumental and ages, took part and ho who did not envisited here last Summer, died in Washlast two months here working tho inis fast becoming an adept in vocal. joy tho evening might well bo set down ington last week from tho effects of la surance business for tho Michigan MuHere is a rich contralto, while Miss as a chronic grumbler of tho worst typo. grippe. tual, left with his wife Sunday for Ieba-no- n voico is the sweetest soprano im- The performance opened with a piuno to remain a month or ho, after aginable. Hoth aro aa lovely of form duet by Misses McAnally and Dishman, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. which bo will return and resume bis und featuro as they aro musically gifted which was very good indeed; littlo Misa business here. and by Tiik Carlisle Mercury sayH that Hon. assisting their accommodating spirit in Janio Wearen then recited with much at every entertainment, both credit to herself, and Misses Hurst and It. 0. Warren spoke there last week and public mul in the home circle, they ad- Gann elicited much praiso by a well exemade n most favorable impression, beded hundreds to their already large cir- cuted rendition of "Grand Galop de All persons having clalmt against the estato of sides many friends. Tho paper thinks the late I) I., Stephenson to mn cle of admirers. very dear friends Concert." Tho fan drill, in which some at once properly verified. will present them to the Those indebted he will "go to tho convention with a of tbo editor, they called with Miss My- 40 little girls took part, was much en- above estate will also call and settle. strong following, of which bo is every Stansord, Apl. 6. J. E. LYNN, Ailmr. ers and Mr. S. S. My6ra twice in his sick joyed and was evincing of tho fact that way worthy." DK. L. B. COOK, Mn. HonnitT Haiidino, of Danville, room and treated him both times to great care and time had been taken in ring in preparing for it. Another duet by has been here for more than a week their sweetest songs, which will PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, attending tho trial with Mrs. Harding bis ears till tie hears tliein repeated in Misses Gann and McAnally was enjoyed, STANFORD, KY. Heaven, where all good editors expect after which camo n recitation by Mibs merely to bo present in tho court room and hope to go, and will fill bis heart Lizzio Menefee, which was well received Office over McRoberts Drugstore Residence, with Judge Kincaid and tho members Owens property with thankfulness till death shall still it. by tho audience. "Sans Souci Galop" by James and Danville pikes. at the junction ol of tlio family who nrn here; but counsel God b'ess them both and make them to tho Misaes Menefeo und n vocal solo by for tbo defense spon found that Mr. Harvaluable) assistance and know bow truly grateful to them the Misa Jennie Dickinson were vociferousdin would bo of writer is and bow sincerely bo appreci- ly applauded as waa the recitation of they practically brought him into the Mrs. Hannah Fair Ward wishes to sell her ates so strong an evidence of their es- Misa Mattio ltochester. "I Would That and case, owing to his teem. My I,ovo" by a class of SO young ladies, ItTcKinuey, sound legal ability. Washington Dispatch to Ixmisvillo Times. CiiicuitCouht. Tho inclement weath- was well sung; piano duet by Misses Where the has been kept until recently. in good repair, er has kept the usual, crowd of specta- Emma Owsley and Susio Nowland wns Dwcllii) and io?--it splendidly performed and tbo recitation CITY AND VICINITY. tors from circuit court and were it not e ringing of tbo bell, "A Littlo Girl's View of Hotel Life" by S. Jones and for tho Takk your eggs to Joo oven the town people would not know Miss JosopfTino Heid allowed the littlo get 12 centn per dozen. lady to bo a genius indeed in that line. Having leased the Menelee Stable, now offer that it is in session. STABLE for Tho scurf drill was n "thing of beauty" my NEW large Hoi on Lancaster is streetvery rent. It has ten NotiTUKitK white oats and timothy just Stalls and The case of Higginbotbam against the the best place in the county for a Jack and Horse stand for and tbo fancy costumes of tho partici the coming season. A Urge received. 11. K. & W. II. Wearen. i... iv is. ioriu,uuu resulted friuny in a cistern at the door. verdict for tho plaintiff for only $1,000. pants added much to tbo beauty of it. Call on or address T. NUNNELLEY, Stanford A. Tiik most elegant lino of ladies' and Mr. Higginbotbam was badly hurt in Misses Pattio Alcorn and Annio Penco misses' Oxford ties over in this city re- tho yard favored tbo audience with a at Itowlandandns it was proven ceived yesterday. Severanco & Son. duet und afterward Misaes Annio that it was tho fault of tho railroad comHurat and Annio Stratib sang a duet, I have finished my new Saw Mill on the SomerWantkd. To buy a pair of second- pany, it is generally conceded that ho which was much enjoyed. Misa pike, miles Irom Clara set furnish 7 any kind ofStaniord and am prepared to L.UMHEK. SHINGLES, hand grist mill rocks. Apply to Peter should havo had at least half of what he Lackey recited "Archie Dean" and Miss ic , at LOWEST PRICES. will sell tho lura. sued for. Haaso or Charles Kusslin, Ottenhciin. berat the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give H. G. and Epli Pennington vs. tbo Lnura McAnally "The Eagle Itock" very me a trial, l'ystoflice, MAYWOOD, KY. I will deliver sawed chestnut shmgles at Stan BiiiTii cakds announcing tho advent L. & N. railroad for tho killing of a creditably indeed and were tho recipi- ford or Rowland at $j 25 per.M. y A n.BASTIN of a son to bless tho union of Mr. and couplo of horses got S300. They sued ents of loud and prolonged applause. Tho very pleasing entertainment closed Mrs. W. K. Lamb, Birmingham, havo for $800. Tho Cincinnati Southern railroad vs. with n military drill in which 80 young THE SHELTON HOUSE, been received here. Mrs. Lamb was They were all Warner. tho Cincinnati and Green Hiver railroad, ladies participated. Misa Graco J. H. UREER, Proprietor, which baa been on tho docket for some dressed in national colors and each carThe Pinovillo Messenger buys that real three years, was settled Saturday morn- ried n U. S. Hag. "Capt." Miss Annio - estato is looking decidedly up at Mt. ing in favor of tho former. Tho C. through n number of S. Green led them accommodation at reasonable rates. Vincent. lJist week 1,500 worth of lots road sued for a violation of their beautiful movements and proved to the Open day and uijjht. Sample room and good livery in connection. changed bands and the prospect is bright. contract with tho C. A G. It. in regard to audience her thorough military knowlThis will bo Rood nowa to tbo "McGin- - freight charges and received 115,000. edge as well aa tho splendid command ty" men hero. alio' bad over her subordinates. Tbo a; G. W. Skyler, who sued tho L. & N. performance waa While going to eeo beraiater in Casey Co. for $750, damages sustained to his musical portion of thoMiHS Howard, the county, Mrs. T. J. Godbey ell off tbo wagon and horse8 in a runaway caused under tho cbargq of o and severely- bruis- by a passing train, compromised with accomplished music teacher of the horao sho was riding ..AT.. aud sbo deserves a liberal share of ed her hip. Sbo bad gone in a buggy as tbo company for $200. Tho monument credit for the enioyment of tho enterfar aa Middloburg, but there had to case of Q. G. Wiueagainat J. S. Owaley, tainment. Miss Tipton had charge of M. F. & CO.'S, change her modo of travel on account of Sr., was begun yesterday and will not tho calisthenics and is to bo congratulaKy. likely be completed before noon ted on the success of her pupils. the fearful mud roads. d e, Mim Annik Aixokn left hint week to visit her friend, Mihu Klla .MeKlwuiii, of TrihliK zo o 1 Hal-ley- 's The addition to our store room is now complete and wo invito you to inspect Hkad-lmiilire proof oil to be found our large line of carpeto, rugs nnd mattings now open. Severance & Son. at IJ. K. A W. II. Wearen's. A km Mashed OkiMack Bryant, n A. T. Nu.vnki.i.i:y lias moved his shoo freight brakeman, while coupling cars a and harness shop to bis livery stable on Corbin, bad i.is right nrm mashed into Depot street. a jelly. He had only been braking at Wai.lack & Co.'h Circus, which exhib- few weeks. its in Danville on tbo 2Jd, has honored A Wasiiinci Machink man entertain(?) this place with a few of their bills. ed a largo crowd on tlio street Friday ComkOn! Comk On! I will make and Saturday night, despite tho weather and tho snow, which fine cabinet photographs at $2 per doz.en until tho lfitli of April. Take advantage was falling. of the extremely low rates. A. J. I'arp, Thikvks entered tho of B. Stanford. K. A W. II. Wearen Sunday night nnd Maiisiim. Fkknky, of Richmond, came took therefrom some 20 bushels of coal. down Saturday and took back with him Entrance was effected by breaking the Louis Gibson, who is charged with stab- lock. Several nightH previous Mr. U. K.a' was relieved of a dozen chickbing another negro nt that place. From what we can learn the case is a very bad ens. one and Gibson will likely spend n It was reported hero yesterday that lengthy period in the pen. Itev. Allen Butt, of tho McKinney section, had lost his mind. The old man is Tiik signal service says there were but about 75 years of age, but has always en5 cloudless days in March and wo are joyed excellent health and is noted for witness that so far April has furnished his long sermons at his church in Casey none. It has snowed half a dozen times county. since the 1st and yesterday morning an The Mt. Sterling Sentinel Bays that inch of it covered the ground, while the wind was very disagreeable. On the Messrs. Win. Mitchell and W. II. Stress-maof that citj have purchased an inwhole the snap was about tbo worst of mid it is thought that fruit terest in the mining firm of Mr. Win. the winter Welsh and Mrs. E. M. Eaton, at Pino blossoms are materially injured. Hill, and that hereafter tho company At the time of our going to r.?sa last will be known as tbo Mitchell Mining night tho profrpecta were that n good Company. crowd would witness tho entertainment MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. nt Walton's Opera House given by tbo Stanford Musical Association. The proMr. George Anderson and Miss Magramme was n lengthy ono and as it em ry Farnsworth were married at Harrods-burg- . braced solos, duets, etc., by such singers as Misses Pegan and Andrews, the The marriage of Georgo T. Bonta, n Woodys anil our best homo talent, a deDanville merchant, to Miss Ella Earle, lightful performance was assured. The which occurred ut Huntsville, Tenn., cause was a most worthy ono and tho Inst September, has just leen made association deserved a crowded house. public. The reason of the secrecy is not Shoot tiik Th Mrs. Those who give given. food or money to tho numerous tramps CHURCH AFFAIRS. that this section is badly infested with, do a charitable art about one timo in a The Bardstown Baptists aro preparhundred. The average man who roves ing to build n splendid church in the over tho country depending on the place of the one recently burned and charity of the public is too low and mean have issued an address calling for conto deserve help and in tho long run it is tributions. by far better to turn n cold shoulder to Itev. II. C. Morrison, of Lexington, tho rascals (us a whole. A tramp who is holding the greatest revival in claimed to be a printer, asked mid rehistory. The crowds cannot ceived alms of tliis office the other day get in the church, which is packed at and reciprocated by walking off with an every service. Already 100 conversions ovurcoat belonging to one of the force. havu resulted. One of tho hotels hero allowed another Tho union song service at tho Presscamp of the same character to stay over byterian church Sunday night was well night and the inappreciative rascal left attended and proved a very interesting with one more suit of clothes than be one. Tho Messrs. Woody Bros, and camo with. These incidents happen al- Miss Woody together with the choir of most daily and tho sympathetic 8imo50 voices, sang several beautiful will, wo hope, soon realize that anthems and Miss Pegan very sweetly beggar is, as general thing sang "Some Sweet Day." tho Revs. Helm a wolf in sheep's clothing and is more and Godbey each mudo interesting and deserving of a coat of tar and feathers timely speeches, which were well receivthan uid of any kind. ed and enjoyed. Mrs. 1. I. Nunnelley. it Delia htkul room for rent. -- FOR THE HIGGHST- w jm, m BT-K A - is W"Vki WM- -v - fMTN a - fwVU ifc ,t --- "- n&or A- - & wm w, Ei r. v 11II? .& , 9 TiT' i. i?4tVk. IN- disa-reeab- le WATCHES, CLOCKS, -- J BWELRY coal-hous- o AND- hen-hous- e SILVERWARE In the county, go to rlilfwjkKHL Hi IS Pi) W. B. McROBERTS work guaranteed. n, SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING and all The Old Reliable Jeweler ii in the Lead. OF A. R. Penny Has the largest and MOST COMPLETE STOCK Watclies and Jewelry ever shown in Stanford at prices as low as the lowest. in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solicited and I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. Hop-kinsville- 's N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, Garden Seeds of All Kinds, also Gardin Rakes and Hoes at Stan-fordi- te FARRIS& HARDIN'S. Big line of Glassware just received and cheaper than anywhere. FABRIS "Spring is here, and it's a hnmmer of a roscy-pose- & HARDXXT. y g Caki-kntk- Fu-ma- le two-year-o- ld grand-daughte- thing; Very soon it will be Summer, then of course it wont be Spring." Gardening time has come and you will find v Pc-gun- 's At A. A. WARREN'S "MODEL GROCERY" A large and select stock of N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, White and Red Onion Sets, Beans, Peas, &c, in bulk and an endless variety of Landreth's, FcrrX's and Crossman's Garden Seeds in papers "and packages. Also Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, &c. XTOTICEI Ik-in- H.g.R0PLEY,- - 11 Hus-tonvi- lle ico-6- FOB. SALE. post-offi- iHfatfMg Is Receiving His clear-headedn- ess Property at store-hou- se Court-Hous- FOE, RENT. 1 Springs Summer Goods Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. 77-t- f Go to B. F. BOUT'S - well-execut- NEW SAW MILL 1 FOR - IN ALL KINDS OF 43-- Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, tions, Etc., No- m All kinds ol produce taken in exchange at the highest marketprices Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. s - Col-leg- THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AjNtD IMPROVED. Paid For Hides and Fur. Rates $2.50 Per Day. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-House, - CASH THE WIOLILAMBo (LATH ALEXANDER'S HOTEL. ' ELKIN LOUISVILLE, KY. . to-da- y. r Stanford, W. R. LOCAN, L. Marshall, Clerks. A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. Manager . W- - Jf Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Fon Sai.k. 100 nice ewes and lambs. Published Every Tuoadoy and Friday S. JI. Owens. Henzley Bros, sold to V. W. Hays n combined gelding for $135. 102-poun- d Lineoln Stoek Farm, I The Premium Saddle Stallion, BREECHLOADER. LORD CLIFTON, and 1 IlIcKINNEV, KENTUCKY. THEY HIIEKI) ON. THEY 1IRKED ON Silas Anderson sold to W. P. Grimes slioats at 3.12J. a lot of When not o paid S2.50 will be charged." Fon Salk. A few bushels of clover Registered as Hob seed at $5 per bushel. A. D. Hoot. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Sired by the great Helmont 6j, sire of Nutwood W. V. Hays Bold the 80 ewes and a 18)4, Fred Arthurs wH. Wedgewood 3 19 and 36 Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning in 3 30 list and sire of 5 daughters the dams of 31 lambs advertised in this paper at 5J. in 3 jo list. "j.&H. local time card. Reynolds, of Clinton, sold to Mr. Sum Owsley a pair of cattle forSSO. First dam Rctlie Kinkead by Contractor 1084 pm John -- ..la 30 Mail tratn going North sired by Or West .. South Johnson, of Bovle, bought in this sire oflull brother 10I7'. Contractor10,whs Ilnmble-toni3Pm by Orange Girl a Ajax, 59 P m Express train " South cattlo at Con tractor's dam Lady Godbey by county 20 head of fat 10 North - 311am Green's Hamblettnian 158, full brother to Volun............6 50 s m 3 cts. Local Freight North teer and Sentinel. Ajax sired 7 in a 30 listy ' South. 5"P m & Catron sold to W. M. Graham The latter train also carry past engers. The above Ucalculated on standard time. Solar Lackey a lot oi mountain cattle at 2 Second dam full sister to D. Monroe a aS(, by , Kitty rime is about 10 minutes Taster Jim Monroe 835, sire of Lady Monroe 1 cents. sate a 19, Monroe i.nici a , ana 14 in 3 jo list. Monroe by Alexander's Abdallah 15. Fou Salk. 30 bushels of cultivated Jim hemp seed 3 years from imported seed. -- BEX.M03STT CHIEF 8688 Link. 'I (Shown last season 8 tunes as a took 7 ptenmuns mid leriificale.) his lltorougriiireil win make ine season ot i8ot at my form on the Stanford and Milledgeslllcplke Will make the sesvm nf 1891 at my place 6 miles from Stanlord and yt miles (rum Milled from Stanford on the Danville pike, villo. j miles rials ji'i At $10 to Insure a Living Colt, At $15 to Insure a Maro in Foal, Mniievdite when the colt is foaled or mare uurli-,with A lien retained on all cults until season money is paid. Description Urcechloader is a rich dark bay, with blai-- toint. hravv mam and tail.tsS. h.uH. high. His colts arc Urge, tine and of sella coler; can be seen at I. S. '1 evia.' l'edigri No 47, llreechloader, bay, foaled in 1 11 J. Bright. vusrs stW POWDER Absolutely Pure Highest of A crium of tartar baking powder. all in leavening strength. Latest U. S. Govern ment food Report. S. H. Spoonamore sold to Hays, of Rockcastle, 10 head of 2 and cattio nt 2? cents. Oakland Stud Farm, in Bourbon, was bought by William Tarr for 145,000. There are 500 acres. T. S. Lanier, of Wayne, bought of ld Sim Anderson, his Silver Tip, by Messenger Chief, Jr., for SS00. Mr. John Main's jennet dropped a fine jack colt yesterday. As this is Mr. Blain's first he is very proud of it. The Midway Clipper says R. R. Early sold last week 20 work mules 10 at $171 each and 10 at an average of about 4-- ar-o- $165. M. Hail sold to Mrs. Lawson, of Garrard, his farm of G2 acres on the J. Knob Lick pike, two miles from town, FOR SALE OR RENT. The Very Desirable Residence at SG0. J. P. Embfy bought from Gentry BARBEE t 'J i TAR9ID fl ; Yf'!. j 111 PILES SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &e. PRJCE DO CENTS. Bros., of Lexington, one pair of mules for $400. J. W. Herndon sold four jack eolta for $1,200. The Richmond Register lot on Danville street. The house is And in good repair and contains 5 rooms. The yard is reports sales of 12 other jacks at $400 to large and bcautitul anJ altogether to $1,150. Tho Place is one of the Most DeIt is believed by some of our 0. lightful in Town. farmers that corn will advance to $1 per bushel by July. At present it is Will sell or rent on easy terms. MISS MARY E. VARNON. i,t selling at $3.75 per barrel anil is scarce. Stanlord, ky. Corn meal has reached 90 cents per At Insure Living bushel, tho highest price- known for At Insure years. Harrodsburg Democrat. I will sell to the highest bidder on Jones & Colyer bought of Sam Har- gis Newell 21 head of cattlo at 3 cents. 13, 1891, They also bought a bunch from Ran (County court day) in front ot the court house in by at 1 18 per head. James Langdon At $10 to Insure a Living Colt Stanford Ky., my has sold to James Wesley the Jim Dick At $8 to Insure a Living Oolt. 151 Acres, Ed. Harlow's colts that hate come this spring Farm farm of 320 acres for $4,000, reserving the are good ones and bid fair to make valuable aniA lira will he retained on rolls till season mon Five miles from Stanford, in the Walnut Fiat He Is black with white points, nearly 13 hands ey Is paid, but if mare is parted with season money timber. Tate & Catron Bold n fine jack Is a rich Mahogany bay, e.K hands high, heavy mals. neighborhood. high, fine length, lme and body, 3 years old. tiecOHirs duo mane and tail ; is strictly tine and lancv; is both a Terms made known on day ot sale. For particu2o. Somerset Re- natural and pleasant saddler, breeds fancy and to Lee Sears for I wilt also stand at the same time and place irrd by Joe Illackburn. Kirit dam Dolly WIN lars address Tom Laslevi Stanford, Ky. I S, PHILLIPS 1 ham by Royal Mammoth; id dam Rose Kinbry. when, quietly driven in harness goes like a trotter my young jack. MRS ANNIE M LAsLEY. porter. 61m Stanford, Ky. by l Jacksun. he bv lohn llauchman s style on both sides to the third genHe ishigh-tai- l lack, his dam by Jim Porter, jd dim Ellen Illythe J. W. Poor has engaged 300 lambs eration; is backed by thoroughbreds on both sides, IBxaa'broe, by lllythc's Hsmbal, he by Compromise; 4th dam SPKF.O active Combined Stallion gait in STYLE A. C, LANGHAM. John n. castlkman. for June, July and August delivery at making him very nerlect and sprlzhtly in sired ; by aline black jennet old by Dr. Hennet, uf Madmodel. He was form and finish a , a living colt red AttS to county's tobacco yield Sumplcr Denmark-- he by Goddard's neDenmark, he ycarsold nsureOctober, full 15 Joe is ahigh, jack, 3 ison county, to Levi HulbU", 4J cts. Garrard last oy tne race vf fine hands LEXINGTON DENMARK liy uainpH .v uromweua Denmark, the past season was fully 1,000 hogs- none Denmark he oy imp iietlKcloru. ms first style and action; bred by the late Peyton Kmtirce, At $10 for a Living Colt. dam was sired by Sir Wallace, he by Todhunler s of Lincoln count, and haa a double cross t Jim heads, about I of which has been mar Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert, thoroughbred; ad Porter For Information as to his breeding, call Will make the seawm of tggi at "Travelers Rest keted, worth $00,000 to $70,000 to the dam bv Virgimus Tdsm of Virgimus I Tratiby, s on Win. Gooch, of Lincoln, or J. P. Kmbree, of A lien will be retained on colts for season Farm'' near Shelby City, Ky , Madison. thoroughbred he by the celebrate Mason S V RKID, Stanford. growers. Tho area in cultivation this Whipp; 3d dam a W nipp mire, Money due on all seasons when the colt comes ofl" or mare traded At $15 to Insuro a Living Oolt. year in the county will not be less than 8 C. M SPOONAMORE X.E2Z.EIi, He is a blood bay, 1554 hands high, left hind Record. ! last season. Ceutral fast white, beavt mane and tail. Son of Wallace Denmark above, is a beautiful A deal involving SO.OOO head of Tex- black 15 hands 3K itches high, heavy mane and Mrra by saudlewmp! LIVEKPOOL. First dam by Smith s Almnnt, sirxof Katie How as cattle for $2,500,000 was made by Ar- tail, of good weight and fine style, 3 years old next aid t iy)J; d dam by Wellington May and is a very promising saddle colt . Record .3. (Standard Rule 6.) . Saddlcwond, a grand saddle horse, was bv mour, Herring and others at Kansas Pedigree- First dam by Vidette; ad dam by STANDARD. Wildweod; istdam by Star Denmark, the winner given above, by Wallace, Sired by of Jay. Rye Sro a 10, City Friday. The first shipment will be Sirby Mood'sasMack Hawk, he Vidette IllackVindex, Drawn horse, 16 hands foateil May, 1II5. of 100 pren.iums, nl nam by an imported saddle by old Hawk Phallas a Dictator 113 (sire he a stallion; 3d dam by s llamblctenian SIKKO II Y RIhN1. Vindex' 1st dam by Mnmbaino Chief: ad dam by a 30 list. ij., Director 17 and ao others in the made from Pierce City, Texas, next & C ASTLEM AN sviiiiwuvd was by Hay Messenger; 3d dam by Cannons Whipp, Full brather to King Keue a 30. First dam Alice, by Almont 33. sircef IllaeVwood, Jr. sir'.itut 10,000 will be sent there Sunday, when Second dam Norma, by Alexander's Norman 33. First dam dam of Pence s mU. bv Almont senger by Messenger Jr, sd dm by Davy Crock in 31 train loads of 26 cars each. It will Third dam Young Twyman marc, by Coeur de Forrest s , sou of Almaut ajuK. ett, Jr ; td dam liy Ilrunswick, son of Sumpter, TOM EOBINSON, MANAGERS, Leon Hevls.) Second dam hy Garrard Chicl, site of Dasil 4thdamliy Datia' llambletonlau Smith's AI take 4,000 cars, or 250 train loads, to Son of Wallace Denmark above; tstdfjii by MiFourth dam Old Twyman mare untraced, Duke aU',. mnl by Almoin it, sue nl Wcstment 3iyit, ller's Denmark, his dam Florue; ad dam by Mont- Almont 33 (sire of Fanny Withcrsposn a Thud dam by Grey F.aglo Doner's siro of ad Fanny wther'KK.ii Ac. Hknkwtxid 74 by i6'f transport the cattle to market. gomery's Oliver; 3d dam by Old Drenn'n. Tom Commerce Building, Louisville. Piedmont 3 17H and 35 others in ajo, also sire dam of Lady Davis 31V,. Norman as, sire Lula s 14V, May Queen a o, heavy horse, is a W. L. Caldwell & Son sold to Chas. tail, fine shaped high, is black with saddlermane and of the dams of Alabaster, 4 years a is, J 11, fourth dam by Coppcrbottom, sirs of dam of Ac. Dam by Mambrino Chtcf a natural , and has 15,'f hands Agents throughout the South. Kicnaraton Islington Denmark is claimed te be one of the s, au;j, Minder Ilasil Duke Lear, of Paris, nine young jacks and proven himself a fancy breeder. Wilkes a ao, Acolyte a ai and 31 in the charm KlEMl was sired by Relmont, dam Illandina handsomest and mot beautiful hrsr in Kenseason of tSgt at The above stock will ed circle by Abdallah 15; istdani Sally AnderHe Is fashi nably bred ill saddle and trot(dam of .Higrrt with J7 in a 30 nr belter, Abdal- tucky by Giant, for $2,900. D. my farm 3J4 miles from make the jennets, mostly Ilustonville, near Carpenson by Mamhrino Chief 11; ad dam Kate by lah Pilot, 3 better than 3 10 and King Rene jwVj ting lines, is a grand saddle horse, a linngaited "W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Aofoat, N. Prewitt bought of Len Hudson 30 ter's statin,and will be permuted to serve mares Pilot Jr u. with 13 In 3 30 list) by Mambrino Chief: ad dam Irotter and goes the gaits naturally He has by the insurance , Norman n urr of Lula a 14K, May Queen 3 so, of llurch mare (dam of Rosalind a aiK and Donald ahrrwn 1110 irsil both ratlin? and iroltinr. with heep of 115 pounds average, at 4 cents, o STANFORD. KY. the darns of Norval a 17S Normon Medium a 37; by Drown Pilot. Rirnri is full b rot er ot out any prrparalion He emanates from the higha jo, etc by Morse Horse 6; 1st dam blocum King Rene a 30, sire of Fugue 3 19K Mist a v,L est class of saddle and premiun horses In and from Lytle Hudson 10 head of 110 Wallace and Lexell at $15, n are. s. t. b by Magnum llonum. en his sire's side and hia dam represent itiiicc mwhiu 9 say, aarcenci a as& ami mi,. Dictator, the sire of George Dictator, for many era In 130 list pounds average, at 4. D. M. Quisen-berrsome of th best trotting families in the whole Tom at $8. And years languished in obscurity and really nev Almont 1'orresta 304, sired by Almont 3 jot. country. This combination produces the best comhas sold an 8 months old jack to Stock committed to my care and breeding will er had a chance at the stud until he came to 'sire of 37 with records of 30 or better and 46 bined horses in the world and I hot which comKentucky, tneu 13 years old and having up to sires wun nt trotters with records of a mand the best prices all eastern markets 7 months receive my personal attention. Gras furnished at Any V. L. Caldwell for $275, and a that time but 39 foals and at 30 had less than aoo and his daughters have ! with records of 3 j one will have to see him to appreciate his great, reasonable rates, 10 be paid lor betore removal of foals, and only a few of them wero out cf well or better First dam liy Edwin Korroit with two ness. old jennet to Spencer Hubble for $200. stock. No responsibility for accidents or escapes rew stallions Impart more speed to in a 30 list and sire of the dams of in 3 30 list. bred mares Parting or from Ho also sold two Southdown bucks to forfeit. with stockand removalsason neighborhood bis descendants, and besides they have enduGarrard Chief sired Mambrino Chiet; istdam Insurance makes due. I will alio stand my splendid youeg jack, rance combined with level heads. He is the Dolly Dixie by Frank; ad dam by Arams: id dam Moses Ferry for $25. Danville AdvoTHE GREAT HOUSEHOLD 1UIMEDY FOB J. STEELE CARPENTER. 9 sire of 3 J in the a 3 or better list, a trotters and by Hambletonian. 4th dam by Dionicd Garrard 4 pacers. The trotters are headed byJayEje cate. Chief sired ll.isi Duke 3 38',, Mamhrino Hippy well-pont- gi-- tl PTJBIiIO SAIaE. - Monday, April of Bot-ki- ns is a perfect saddle horse. to llin.e who waiittobn-efood saddle stallion are cordially invited to look at my horse and Sired by Sultan 1313. Record 3 34. see him mote He was sired by Seond Jewel, he by CunningSire of Stamboul a 11, lttily 3 19IJ, Alcaier J aoV 18S0 lly 1 in is Millet icn. ham's Jewel, he by oil Washington Denmark. an Sweetheart 1 siV, and s in 7,311 list and grandsire y First dam Nellie Viley, grandam of Itilictt-bit. His first dam Fannie by a son of Gill's Vermont, of 8 in 3 30 Int. .Mary iniirctilll liy Alex. juunson; au First dam Lady Dunton by George ilkrs 519, Churchill; 3d dam dam Imp Margrave, grandam uf ad dam bv Old Monte, thoroughbred. by Men irtained on colt till season 'spald. record jj, sire Marry Wilkes 3 ijtf, Guy Wilkes Mng Alfonso; 41I1 dam Mistletoe by Cheiol.ee Mares (rated at reasonnble rates, but net a 15VJ, W.lton a i6l, So So a 17J4 anil 69 ill a 30 list till dam HIlpV.Klril iii.m l.v'litfvr- Alii Hun hv tor Ncudents, should any occur by Nlghl Hawk Albert: Mh t!.tn liv Ak.rrlii Jtl I ilam liv ClwSecond dam Josie, record a S G A I.ACKKY, Stanford. Alfred; 9th dam a mare purchased in Vlrgtniahy 514, sire of KedCross a 36);, Minnie Wanrn a ij i6-Cap! llurbndgr for brecdltig but whose priligrec is ol Kil Annan a i61,, Sentry a 35, and the dams is-now lost; believed to be by AmciiciK, loihdam by a i6'i Tecumtch a 3 Ac Monkey, nth dam by Imp Medley; nth Third dam by Vermont Hero 141. sire of Ladv by Imp Imp dam by Shark; ijth dam Imp Kearnaimht M a 30 and (Jen Knnx, sire of Lady Maud 2 iSJ,, ,,'mPin,l'e'. sireol alNive herse and also Miss uK and Third dam by Duvall's Mambrino, son of Whip. Calmors 3 stallion. 17 in a 30 list. oodford, Hclvidere, 'I ho Lioness, Ac , died latePrivate ly His get won last soason $uo,oi and he stood This young stn'lion will be to serve the HELMONT CHIEF Is a rich bay in color, was foaled in 1S85; be stands full 16 hands high and second tnand hit of wim.lng sues. He was 34 few good mares at onr stables permitted from Stan- a one mile year old his get won from 3; to IBM Jjoi,- is strictly a fine horse, smooth turned cf extra muscular development, showing great rower, lie has 303 SO. ford on the Ilustonville pike, at an excellent set of legs llat, clean and hard in finish; the individual merit ol this stallion in form, finI will alio stand at the same place my fine Jack ish mid action is fully up to and in keeping with his high breeding. His oldest colts are coming old owned by K. W C'rtbbi, Dccalui, olds and also show great natural speed He hid a to a Mich., that went trials better than a 30 last year. 1 will pay Jjoo to the breeder of the first 330 performer ot his get since he has been owned by me. Description and Pedigree: Sllser Tip Is a nice HELMONT CHIEF will make tho season of 1891 at my place near McKinney at At$ioto Insure a Living Colt. Money due at bay with fine mane and tall, hind ankles white and we think will make a great show horse weaning tune or when mantis parted with lie is Me was sued by the pfemium saddle horse, Sila brown jack wilh wt He potnt,9 scars old ill June and full ijt hands high He wuftne.1 by Aiken's ver King, bn by On Time, he by Stonewall JackMares kept on good grass at $2 per month ; owners' risk. v ham, son .ing ... First ... .. dam . i lack .Jiin irniifl. ftnewa. sireu. dv ... Silver King's dam Mnllle Moiinre was sired by Klnir l'liillit.ad dam by Moiccatile, be by Jim Tarter This Cabbell's Lrtiiigtnn; 3d dam by Young Amenta, jack haspmven himself a fine breeder lllltnlMr he by'IavUr's MesnKrr Silver lip's of his colts have sol. I for $100 at weaning tune dam was by Skeedaddle, Morris's famous sadd e hurse, lie by Oliver, he hy Money due when the C"lt is foiled or mare part Wagoner ed with, lien retained till the uinntv Is paid. Skrcdaddle's mi dam Mednc, ad dam TrumpetI' W LOGAN, Owner 9 er; id dam Arams Jiilvrr lip's ad dam was by lied Lien. STANDARD. Msies kept at rcavmablo rates but no responsiWill make the season of 1S91 at my stable i miles Hy Pctrskey sire of King Toskey, record a 15, bility Icr act iilents or escape from Milledgcville, Lincoln county, on the Stan- Mary I.ou a iJ.dam Elua lane dam of Maud Ms Marrs partes! with forfeits insurance. Lien reford A: Milledseville pike. scrger 16V.. ilreere Wilkes will male the seatained on colts far season, son of at my place aV$ miles from Stanford on Standard; No ismji IlKAZI.r.Y IIROS , $15 to Colt, the Rush Uratuli pike, o Stanford, Ky. Money due when mare is parted with. Living Colt, $20 to Adonis is a beautiful dark bay with black points, roadster stallion is an inbred Geld-dus- t. Thisounc was foaled August, i83, 15 hands 3 inches high 1 o.ied In April, iSi;; is a bay. full 16 hands, A and is a grand saddle horse. Those who want to Money due as soon as the fact is ascertained. speedy and unexcelled in style, action, finish and lien on colt until money is paid. breed to a handsome Kentucky saddle stallion are disposition. 8 CHARLKS DUNN, Staniord, Ky invited to look mine over and see his action and . rullbioiher-toKstclletrial a H, Corinne 3. style. year-ol- d trial a 38 and Mmitre-te- . the speedy and lie was sired by the grand show horse, Second premium colt oPSi Sired by ileaadi Cofddust King Hoy is a dark bay. a years old, 16 bands Jewel; he by Cunningham's Jewel, he by Wash1400 by Golddutt 150, ly Vermont Morgan. ington Denmark Closer related to Maud S. 1 n9, and Johnson high a Hd Is an elegant combined herse. His first dam Minnie, by McDonald's Halcorn; or tun 1 harse, he by Dr Hewsssircil by 1 o4 than any other stallion, the first 3d dam by Wells' Crusader, his first dam unIterr's stallion to imt in public as fast as a aj, sire of ed by Mambrln King, dam by Steambeat owa Standard Rule 6. known, but thought to be an Oliver. Virginia. Chedcll,ef Cigarette, dam of Wilkes fastest Adonis will be allowed to serve ten or fifteen The dam was raised by Stephen Sarrpson, trst lilack stallion, I'.t bands hicti. foaled in iMt, man-o- f the WilkesRosalind record a (the Whirlfamily, lV, dam by Flank WoIfo.il; ad dam bv Mlgmal Jin good mares only. bred by A Goldsmith, Oranse county New York. wind a Fanny Golddutt a Ksirlle a aV.. 3. Hell; 3d dam by Mares kept on crass or fed at reasonable prices, Sired bv Castelar uAt Dam 1 loretice. dam ot Kstelie a .. bv Gulden consecutive milesanginal Denmatk, who ran is but not responsible for any accidents should any m a race at New Orleans, 4th hirst dam Woburn Maid, by Woburnjgr, (the Mingo Chief, son of Gail's Comet Morgan occur. dam of Carver a 7') id dam by a Mambrino Oser 500 of the 130 performers have a strong dambyMr Hiou.jth dam by Gray hade ; MS by llunaru. F. F. SANDIDGF., dam horse; 3d dam by Mambrino Messenger. infusiouof Golddustand Morgan blood 6 Will make the season of Milledseville, Ky. Casttlar io6a,by Volunteer 54, aire of St Julien at my farm the Dnrsey (rolddust will make the present a (, etc; 1st dam Miss Nodine by Hammond, at my place M miles Irom Stanford on theseason- old Win Hall place, j miles frm Stanford, Husson ut roller's Clay; d dam Wells' Star, dam of toimllc pile. Artillery a ai)4 and Modesty 1 26 by American $8 to a Oolt. Mar 14 ; 3d dam by llenrand. a Living Colt. ItAt ihesmae place I will stand my line young $15 to dy Hamblctonun 10: nt dam Miss Woburn Cooley. by Telegraph ad dam the dim ot Gso Mares kept on reasonable terms Personal at- Jaik, Wallace Denmark, Lexcll, Tom Cooley, by Friday. Mil J Kd liar low will stand at my stable miles tention gtten, but net responsible fur accidents. Robinson. Irom Stanford on the nev hue Oak and Di At same time and pl.ee, will make the scasuii River turnpike, nrar Dudderar's Mill, He is by art imported Snanuh jack and has a fine with oueef Levi Itubble's best bred )oungjaakk, Fancy Saddle Stallion, The and laige Uea lie will stand SUMAC. Standard Rule 6. Money due when the mare is parted with or bred to unntlier hnr.e l.ordCllflon is a beautiful red lorrrl, with 'a gonI mane and mil. 15) hands, foaled in iSW and J - 30, -v lta SILVER TIP. In3uro STEVE WALKER, 12.50 Living Colt $50 to Insure or $30 tho Season, with Return Privilogo. J. P. CROW, Proprietor. - sl ADONIS Broozo Wilkes. DORSEY GOLDDUST, At Insure a Living At Insure a KING 1 1 BOY. Ed Barlow 2375. Saddle Stallions. ), 3J-- SAM. Wallace Denmark, HOSCOE. f Mom-wal- Joo ROYAL OF Insurance Company, Geo. Dictator 3S62. PENCE d Three-year-ol- - li II it, 3171-4- Kca-tuik- y y joo-bett- er 111 1 f Maid "Ohmadam, your husband has fallen in a fit on tho parlor floor." Madam "Dear me! Did ho break any Burlington of the brick-a-brack- Stallions for 1891. MINSTREL, By Longfellow, dam Slipper by Planet, TAR:0IDS0AP ABSOLUTELY PURE, FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH, AND NURSERY" PURPOSES. W TAE-0H- ) J CO., Chicago, For sale by A, R. Penny and M. L. Bourne, tanford. I The Imported Young Jack, WYLBY. Will make the season of 1891 At $20 to Insure. 'I at my farm, the old John Lovd Thurmon place, near Shelby City, LITTLE RUFFIN, By Monarchist, .1 K1 At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. This fine young jack Is 13 hands high, Is a black and a jack of fine style. His head and ears are perfect. He must be seen to be appreciated. GEORGE H. ENGLEMAN, Shelby City, Ky. 9 Dam Imp. Bon Bon, by Macaroni, At $15 to Insure. I I EAGLE BIRD. POWHATTAN III By Imp. Glenelg, .1 ' k cream ml mmi. m uuiiei At our stables 3 miles west of Stanford on the Shelby City pike, this fine young saddle stallion will be permitted to serve 30 marcs Dam Florence I, by Imp. Australian, jmj At $15 to Xnsuro a Living Colt. At $15 to Insure. CHEAM Extract IS OUR BEST FLOUR, BUT EITHER GOLD MEDAL IDOL-KIN- G DescriDtlon and Peditrree: He is a beautiful dark brown, with small star and snip, good mane and tail, 3 years old and is lull 13K hands high, commanding in appearance and symmetrical lu form. Sired by King Eagle (the Atkins hore.) First dam by Star Eagle; ad dam by Hamlet Denmark, (Dofans'l; 3d dambT Harris' Denmark. King Eagle was got by Dlack Eagle. Star Ragle was got by Cabbie's Lexington, dam by Garrard Chief. Hamlet Denmark was by Washington Denmark, dam by Bishop's Hambletonian, Harris' Denmark was by Miller's Denmark. Considering his fine site, color, style and action, together with his most excellent breeding, we think wo have placed his services losr. Care taken to prevent accidents but no responsibility should auy occur. Also at the same time and place we will stand the fine imported jack, CONCREGAN, By Ten Broeck, dam by Planet, At $10 to Insure. The Saddle Stallion, 3s'2, .Maggie Lee a 37 and Jr., 3i8",,snd also sired Four years old, black with white points, jVj hands the dam of Mistake aa-j- , and Don Pitarro, high and a"jlm dandy,'' at $10 to insure a Jiving old record 3 14);, Kd Gsmbrcl a 37 colt, due Oct her 1st, 1891, or when mars is parted ' Helmont sired hy Alexander's Abdallah 3 43 ut with. dam llcllr dam of McCurdy's ItamMetoniaQ Lexington Denmark's tee will be due when colt 3 364 by Mainbnoo Chief; ad dam Ilelle I oup by is foaled or marc is parted with. Mares kepi at $ Bellfounder. Helmont Is the siro of 35 in the 311 per month owners' risk I solicit s (lose list, his daughters have produced 31 In a 30 list and stock I.S TfcVIS, 8 30 of his sous haw sired 131 with records of 3 to Shelby City, Ky. or better. Almont a vj'j. sired by Alexander's Ah.lallil, 343; 1st dam bailie Anderson by Mambrino Chief' ad dam Kate by Pilot, Jr. Alruout 3 jv', sired 37 wiin recorusui 3 30 or ociier anil no daughters have a8 in 3 30 or better: 46 of bis sons have sued t3i tn a 10 list Edwin Forrest sired by nung Hay Kentucky Hunter. 1st dam by Wntkin s Highlander, Kdin Forrest is the sire of Hilly CHICKEN lloslins 3 a6; and Champagne 3311 and his daughters have produced niutjo list and his sons havo produced c with records of 330 or bet CHOLERA CURE! tcr, Alexander's Abdallah 3 43 sired by Rysdyk's Hambletonian; dam Katie Darling. Alexander's Abdallah a 43 l the sire of 6 in the a 30 list, his daughters have produced 37 with records ol 330 or better and his sons have aired 106 with records of 3 30or belter. MambrinoChiel sired by Mambrino Paymaster; 1st dam the dam of Goliath 3 33 Mambrino Chief has 8 in 33011st and his dahin-ter- s 3 Living Colt. sons have 33 with81records of 30 30 or better and his $20 to have sired in tlio a circle. Pilot, Jr.,by old Pilot, dam Nancy Pope, Pilot .itssssiiaiiiai9sEVVB aasW' ll'fl Jr.'is the sireol ,j with records of I 30 or better sons nao sired 18 with records ot 3 30 ami and nis better and his daughters hate produced 34 with records of 3 30 or better and two uf his daughters Ray stallion, 16 hands high; foaled 1863. product d Maud S. 3 o3l and Jay liyc See 3 10. Rvsdvk's Hambletonian aired by Abdallah: is Sired by KING CrKSAR. ill in. w... lvn ...m. h. Imn Ilellfouudvr. 3d .. mir.. IJ ...... (Hy Hogan's Administrator.) uam unc r.ye, oy iiisnop's iiarnuieionian; nam First dam Carrie Allon, by Ashland Jr. Silver Tail, by Imp. Messenger Rjsdyk's HamSecond dam by Sir Robin. bletonian has sired 41 with records of a 30 or Third dam by Gilmer llrown's Highlander. his daughters have produced 75 with recKing Cxsar by Hogan's Administrator (sire of ords of 3 30 or better and 119 of his sons have sued Major Landers 3 27 W son uf Administrator ist 7S1 with records of 3 30 or belter. I'ENCK is a horse ot great speed; 339 is no sire of Catchfly 3 McMahon 3 at and 6 others 10330); dam by American Clay 34 (sire of Gran- marie 01 nis speed, uwmg 10 an acciuent getting fastened in his stallwhich threw him out ol ville 3 26 Maggie llriggs 1 37 etc.) 3d dam (dnm Thousands of dollars worth of chickof Wilcox 3 i6jj and bald Wilkes 330) by Red training he would now have a mark of 3 30 or better Inarace at Nicholasville he trotted as Hawk; 3d dam by Mambrino Chief 11, ens are destroyed hy Cholera every good as 3 ji. With ths blood of Hamhletonian, ogan will stand Mambrino Chief, Pilot, Jr , and Kdwin Forrest year. It is more fatal to them than and as great an individual as he is, Pence is bound At to make a great stock horse He will make the ul other diseases combined. Hut tho miles Irom Stanford season of 1891 at my stable discovery of a liquiil remedy that pan-tiicon the Ilustonville pike. I also have destroys tho Microbes has been 1 Sep 10, Phallas 3 13, Director a 17. We du notknow another stallion that has three such sons with the same speed and number of hoats trotted Jay KycSoe has 53 heals better than a 30, Director 57 and Phallas 4S, a total of 163 heats in 3 30 or better. The returns of this year's trotting will show that Dictator not only breeds on through his sons and daughters, but also his grandsons are putting a numbcrof horses in the a 30 list. His sou, Col, Hambrick, has 1, Commander 1 Dick Looincr 1, Director 0, Junius 1, rnaiiaa a, rrcienuer 3, t, Delineator 1 and Endymion 1, Ten sons sired 19 trotters. daughters promise to mane great brood ills mares They have produced Drown, Elbert, Gondola, Keller Thomas, Kvoning Star. Garner, Last Chance, Nancy Hanks. Northwest, VictonaWiltes, Mattie Solomon and Williams. Margel S. by Direc tor has a record of 3 13 and Nancy Hanks has a record of 3 liV, a third heat made inarace, and she a never been beaten His grandson, by Phallus, has put 3 in the list, Phalla-moGirl 3 i?'i, Phallene a 30 and Virginius 3 iVi. Live Stock Record. oeorge Dictator is a black stallion, 15 nanus a high, foaled in iS3j, is a handsome fellow and will certainly sire extreme sprcl. He was bred for a great stock horse. He will stand Phal-lament I Nobby, sire of Nobby, 31V,, Kcd Crook 3 Imported Hidalgo, in.pcc-tioriof- AIMTER' MACIC G S At Insure a ECOGA1T. rh.l. I jl bet-tcra- nd iS, $10 to Insure. 1 ly Eagle Denmark, At $10 to Insure. For pedigrees and particulars, address S. H. or J. H. Bauchman, Stanford, Ky. g Five 315 plciic.Il Jacks, At $30 to Insure a Living Oolt. Twoot which are noted as the best Jennet acks KING BUCKDJEN Will stand at same place and will serve Jennets nt $35 for a jack colt and lor a jcniiei ana win servo mares or 'rt -- SILVER MOON IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR THE MONEY. JOH3NT S. andsction.and WEX.I.S. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. The other jacks are serve mares These animals will 3 miles He is a black, nearly 15 hands high, of fine bono will serve mares At $10 to Insure. Somerset pike 4 At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. A ben will be retained on colts for stsson. R. D. & E. P. WOODS. S M. S. He is a bright bay wHiout ary white, Is ijU hands high, fine mane and tail, of fine action and King, the fine tnule jacks and will is a natural saddle horse; by SilverImp, Iluck-de- n; great premium horse. First dam by ad dam by Denny's Drenncn; 3d dam by Filmore. Filmore was a great show horse in his day. He wis by Montgomery's Whip and out of stand at my stables on the a mare by Frank, thoroughbred. Mares kept at reasonable rates but not responsisouth of Stanlord. ble for escapes or accidents. For by W. II McRoberts, BAUGHMAN, Stanford. A. M PENCE, Staniord, Ky. ' Icrd, isle At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. made. Half of tho young chickons aro killed by Microbes beforo thoy aro fryers. A bottlo Is enough for 100 chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using two thirds of a bottle, you aro not satisfied with it as a euro for Cholera, return It to tho druggist from, whom you purchased it, and ho will refund your money. 50-cc- nt druggist Stan . '