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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891041401 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. '"nrjffiir -- ' Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. MT. XENIA. -T- Interior Journal. STANFORD, KYM TUESDAY. APRIL 14. 1891. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. NO. 12 h0BOWlloI.V.MIX.U.jlltHlll0fHlt i ' iropheronboutHHayOint tip to date. Mm -- Dr. T. M. Low and MAKKif. went to MltchulMurK lr..lay to visit relatives. A fine milk cow (by actions a Hnp-tifit- or Catiiibullit) lolmiiiK to Mm. M Ann Gafltineau broke lier nock trying to Ket to water u fuw dny auo. In LONDON LAUREL COUNTY. tbo bank of n Hinall Htreain the nnlmal slipped and fell with the result Col. Norman was hero Wednesday stated. holding up his end of the auditoiship An old Keiitlomun, who Iuir been race. for confined to his room by (TirkiR-Dr. Levi Maples died Thursday night. other about two montliR, remarked tho He was a young and promising physiday in my presence that ho had one escian, and liked. pecial reason for having mirh a desire to -- Co). A. K. Dyche and Dr. T. I Cald- uet well. When I asked him what that II l... t! 1' I... .. . I ... i ieu iiiiiuny itir .wniiciiesier. , l. iv. was, ho remarked, "Just to gut ,i,,w,., ilson spent .Sunday at Rock Castle to vote against tho now constitution. ' Archie Cook, '., aged abopt KJ, was,'1 o nre ready to taku back every- Voned some t hue ago in the col-t thing we said about getting tho street umns of this paper as a natural genius, lamps. ILey are hero and London will ,,.,,1 , . , after having made n genuino violin " Io' " various other musical instruments, etc.. M Loveln odu-- at her home and hehas just added more proof of this ' two miles east of London Saturday. Her a few i,lhiu fact. Ho saw a .... husband is also seriously i II with pneu-hi e u Danvi Io a few days ago, .....i ' inoma and may not live, ,. ... Lincks cut his brother-in-law- , . return iig home ho made one that ,.,!,., ..,.. .1,.,.. .i.i,t" .;... tP ' ' Hiomiis Webb, in the neck ! ndav morn- as 1 heard an old fellow refer to it, write .mg. I liev were living together and had luckily only the sulky sustaining serious ,,, . , . ,. correct answers to almost every question wvi-damage. l t'uir lliaj itb uiiin iui miuiu mill'. asked it and to know that it was made die. Judge Varnon was up to see the y a child, docs Heem a little remarkable, Evan Jones and Charley (Jodsey had show and feel a few pulses. Tom New- tho least. Archie is going to a dispute over u settlement Wednesday ,! tappet! a few delinquents on the world. luaka n mark in this inixed-ulaud Jones knocked tiodsey down. All shoulder and didn't havo to borrow Another sudden death bus been add-t- this occurred on Main street and yet money or travel dirt roads getting back to the long list that have occurred there were no ariests. What about all home, as did one of his cleverest neighrecently in Lincoln and Boyle. Mrs. this, anywaj? bors, who holds olliee and never dissi- Lurinda Myers went to bed well and in Collector J. H. rear I has turned ,.mr. .Im Severance was here her usual line spirit Saturday night. At over something more than $1,100 of the carrying a grip with a brass padlock and Miss town taxes collected by him within the .? a. m. she awoko her daughter. SamOweus had him in tow. and told her that it was dilllcu't last two weeks. This money goes to-ucy. Mr. J. B. Dunlap, of Los Angeles, for her to breathe at all and that somewards paying oir bonds issued for mac- Cal is visiting his many relatives at and thing must bo done imiuediately. A alamizingthestreeU. nuiir Hustoiiville. Misses Anna Rifle doctor was quickly sent for and when be Marriage licenses were issued this UIi juuy Tucker are spending a couple arrived, about I o'clock, she was dead. month following parties: Elven of Ht,.k" wjti, frU)nds and relatives at "Aunt Ciuda," as everybody called her, Williams to Katie Smith; F. F. (Jooden ijrryVHIe. Mr. Cale Brown, lato of wusjuat simply one of tho bvst old to (Jraco Gooden; Simeon Jump to .Mary liberty, i8 on hand to take charge of tho a the country and her sudden Smith; C: A', l'earco to Mollie Templin; rtSHOrted liquid department of tho Weath-Jacodcjpirturo has made innumerable hearts Geysur to Linn Buhlmann; C. G, uronj jott. 800. As there is no Mrs. wid. It was a torriblo blow to the fami- Steele to Nannie Adams; L. W. Cox to (ji t0 supervise tho culinary branch, ly, in which there has been a death I.ucv Hale. Mrs. dm nit will continue in charge, four years, I am told, for the last tfl It is not very well known that Mr. and the pilgrims still hasten the dates yearn. tflio would havo been 70 in De- K. II Bodeti, who was here a few! which will include that hostelry in their cember next; was married nearly .V years months ago ns a photographer, has circuits. Billy Weatherford was was ago to David Myers, who, with tlof their married again at Willard. He ran oil here Saturday to take in tho horse show i blldren, preceded her to the grave. with Miss Julia Coyle. at Mt. Vernon, n ,,robubly to give Calea few pointers. The three surviving children are Mrs. about two j ears ago, and thev were mar Misses Ma and Blanche TwiUwell are Sun Cook, F. I). Myers and Mis Lucy ried at Winfield, Tenn. Four years ago back from Florida, after a delightful Myers, fcho was born ami always lived he was at Junction City and was living winter at Jacksonville, much improved in the house in which she died. Mrs. with Miss Belle there as his wife and in health. Our irresistible old masher, Myers had been a member of tho Bap- passed her oil' here as his sister. He had Dr. Hawk Brown, was, as usual, not fortist church at Danville for many years. Misses Belle and Julia with him as bis gotten, and is a baby alligator's very afAfter funeral services the remaina will sisters when he married at Willard. fectionate wet nurse. A low of our skepbo laid to rest in the family burying-grounOf courfce you havo already learned tics think it only an abuormally devel this, Monday, afternoon at It the particulars of the wreck at Hazel oped common, rough lirzard, bo plentio'clock. Batch. J. W. Miller, tho express mes- ful in tho forests, but naturalists at a Mt. Xenia is not an ordinary place senger who was killed, was brought hero glance recognize a saurian which can by any means. In fact, it should adorn for surgical attention and died about justly claim consulship to tho crocodile the pages of the history of Kentucky. It o'clock next morning. His skull was of Egypt. of the lato lamented crushed, left arm dislocated and front of is tho Saturday afternoon was a delightful Col. A. M. Swope, whose remarkabloand hip bono broken. T. J. Bosloy, formerly contrast to tho 1th inst., which was tho illustrious life and tragic death is almost of your town, was in tho postal depart- anniversary horse show day, and tho adknown. This neighbor- ment of the B.imo car and was not hurt journed exhibition was n pronounced hood Bent out Col. Matthew Dawson the least bit. Mr. Miller was well liked success. Lato showers and snowistorms Hughes, to become a lawyer, preacher by every railroad man who had made had rendered even harrowing impractiand editor of tho Lancaster News; Farris his acquaintance and was a personal cable to tho half dozen farmers who are H. Feland to bo a lawyer, preacher and friend of the writer. Tho ladies of Lonlucky enough to havo gotten their plow editor of the Lawrenceburg News; don hearing of tho wreck and that it whs teams straightened out, and tho old men also Alfred A. Lewis as editor of tho a serious one, with probably many lives and their boys from all tho country Somerset Republican, John L. Bosley, lost, tendered their assistance with bed- round about were here. Tho streets were who has been editor of tho Winchester ding, tfcc, to the L. ft N., for which they jammed and the show superb. When it Sun; Robert Bosley, now with a Kansas received tho thanks of the officials in is known that there are between 35 and city paper, and others belonging to tho Louisville, with tho report that there 10 licensed stallions and jacks within a newspaper fraternity. Tho medical, le- was only one serious case and that had radius of 3 miles of Hustonville and magal and nearly every profession has rep- been sent to our town. ny whose reputations are not local, abetresentatives from this section, including can bo imagined ter idea of tho turn-ou- t FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. preachers, also, in various states and than your correspondent can give, for on tho Territories. Tho old school-housJ. M. Hail sold ton Rockcastlo party barring ears and shingled tails, ho does hill has a tender place in tho hearts of a yoke of oxen for fl)0. not know tho dillerenco betweou a mulo hundreds scattered over nearly oyery -- F. F. Sandidgo sold to W. II. Prow-it- t and a horso. The stallions shown under State in tho Union, who look back at tho 22 135 pound hogs at cents. saddle were glistening iu their Sunday tiino spent there as a bright oasis in tho E. P. Owsley shipped to a Columbus, clothes and the angles at which they desert of life. There are more sound Gn., party 25,000 pounds of rib sides at carried their heads, and tails in particudemocrats, headed by tho veterans, "Un- f10. cartogether with their ginger-ly- , J. B. Rout sold to J. K. Banghman a lar, do Ix)gan" Dawson and ''Undo George" a complariage, would almostindicato Tribble, to the aquaro inch than in an- jack for 500 and bought of him a pair of cent consciousness of the unbounded other neighborhood in Kentucky, and mules for SIMX). they won. Names, pedigrees A. B. Bonta Bold to Joseph Haas, hero more genuino hospitality can bo and points can bo found in tho columns dispensed in less timo than most any Tuesday, 1,000 pounds of wool at 25 els. Of I.NTERIOK JoUKNAL; Harrodsburg Sayings. placo that can bo found. There are also published at Stanford, Ky., terms $2 per Daniel Brown, tho Lexscattered arouud a good many pretty annum, always handed in with name. girls but as I am not in that business, ington trainer, who wns thrown from a After tho show Jim Goodo caught the break cart, died of his injuries Sunday. now, I'll touch this subject lightly. crowd and worked oil' what Wood Green The farmers report that there are Mrs. Betsy Robinson celebrated her couldn't find room for at Stanford at birth-dalast Thursday iu good shape. plenty of peaches alivo yet and that tho about 50 per cent, excess of retail priSho declared she would not and did not wheat is not hurt. A good many more ces. tell a single one of tho largo number of peach blossoms have been killed by exguests present how old sho was that day, amination than by frost. Mr. "Jep" Jonson, a "short horso" The spring is the best time for transbutina way characteristicof "Aunt Bet," member of the con. con., says that the said: "I am in my 'teens on this occa- planting evergreens and the rootBshould corporations have bought up tho newssion, as usual, and would liko to marry. bo exposed as little as possible in the papers and directed them to oppose the If I hud my choice I would take a wid-n- air and nun during tho process of re- nowfangled thing he is helping to origiwith a limited number of chil moval and planting. When a member of the distinFiro destroyed tho Cincinnati Union nate. dren." Tho excellent dinner, prepared guished "Johnson" family drops so low hy Mrs. Robinson's daughter, Mrs. John Stock Yards Thursday night. It burned in tho scale that his name becomes "JonMisses Ma- over 10 acres of shedded ground, and White, and son" and his heighbors call him "Jep," mie and Pearl White, included "every- tho loss is put at 3150,000. Thoro were ho need never fear that corporations thing you could think of that is good" also burned 7,000 tons of hay and 2,000 will undertake to buy him. It would bo and was proof positive that if you beat barrels of corn. him away. Carlisle MerYesterday was a beautiful day, a hard to givo them "fixing up good things" you will cury. have to gut up before day. Each and good crowd was im town and sonio 300 overy ono present on this occasion say cattle were on tho market. Only a few MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. thoy never spent a more enjoyable day, were sold, however, and the prices wore The Advocate tells of tho marriage and all hope "Aunt Bet" will live Tfor- oven below tho average. Feeders brought . I Lula Cotton to Joseph Crowder. ever. Among moso proem, fsrti. In. 2 to 2 cents and fat cattle 2j to 3 cents. of Miss eloped to Lexington and returned and Boyle counties wore: J. Logan There were only mountain cattlo offered. They wife. Tho Interior Jour-na- l Dawson, 8r., and wife, Col. El Logan, Mulea sold at $130 and plug horses $50 to husband and wishes them much happiness. Mre. Dr. H. P. Boaley and son, Georgo $75. wollk-known Triblilo and wife, Mr. Funk, V. I). My- crH w" nf"' diKHlliter, Miss Minnie, I. ,,.,, , L.S, S,IpB01 Jnf.k IkM,oyW,fuillll,,UlIK,lterHM,HWII Josle and Mattie, J. V. Kiibanks and wife, ,, Mf nm, Ktii w . v ..i.,!,,-,,- ,. M dsunlitiT ami hoii, Mrs. Jiiiiiph Harlan Mrs. Robert Lytle, Miss Miwiio Lytic, Mr. Armoii and wife, Mesnrs. House, Martin, Harris, etc. Shkt.wv. HUSTONVILLE. wt,.. ', "'" I I iiii-n- 1 it II,.. l'' i w i -- J. W. Allen sold J. V. Riflo LTi head Tho addrewi that accompanies the of about !)(M) pound butcher stun" and new constitution is a very nice specimen of special pleading. feeders for j!W. Tho many friends hero of Charlie Tho "open clause' only provides for Kiucaid rejoice witli him in his prompt ono nmendmont a year after three-fifth- s of tho legislature havo agreed to it and a vindication by an intelligent jury. Our wheat fields h.ivo pissed thro' majority of the people ratified it. tho April blizzards unscathed and fruit their pockets full of railroad on tho lowest limbs will need thinning, free passes it took an immense amount should Smith's ice spoil continue to post- of gall for the members to forbid legisla- j tors to ride on free passes. But they pone till full. It is rather selfish to forestall the perhaps knew how it was themselves. readers iu praise of Friday's encyclopeThe Courier-Journa- l Job Company dia ibsuo of our paper, whoso circulation was awarded the job of printing and puthas been conclusively demonstrated to ting in pamphlet form the 200,000 copies periodical of the constitution for $5,000. Four-fifth- s be the largest of any lirst-clasof this could havo been saved by having iu America. The business manager was here Sat- tho Courier-Journa- l print tho document urday iu disguise. The admirable man- as it appeared in that paper iu supplener iu which he has held down tho tri- ment form for tho Statu press. pod during tho editor's late tribulations The convention was in session 211 demonstrated his exceptional capabili- days and cost the State fully $200,000, inties, but wo were not prepared for that cluding printing and mileage. The per full beard, so too utterly becoming. diems amount to SIOj.'J.IO; president's three clerks line in salary $2,1-10- ; As old Waterloo swung into and doorkeeper S.yH-1- ; the horse show from a side street he collided with a flyer and as tho old cam- janitors :i,00:5; pages $5,104; librarian paigner was scarcely jogging, tho greater $500; preachers $000; copying $S00; rents SDGIl; and inciimpetus of tho other horse proved a $500; Waterloo indeed for the old horse and dentals $10. Tho State never made a driver, who went down under theshock, worse investment. --SG.-12cloak-room-keep- CLOTMI NG. Spring Our goods arc MOST ALL IN And ready for tho 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. Stagg & McRoberts. ' ! ..,,"., CRAB ORCHARD. U-sa- : p d Mr. James C. Brummett died April 10th at the residence of David J. Harris, of consumption, after much suller'nig. The Dramatic Society will render "The Rent Day" in fine style on Satui-- 1 ' ,,.,, 1 1 - to-t- he ' j wo-infi- ll j b day night, the lSth inst.; nlso n funny little afterpiece entitled "Johnny You've Been a Bad Boy." Judging from Sunday's "soiree" the play will bo very real A SURE AND CERTAIN CURE, KNOWN FOR. 15 YEARS AS istic. THE BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. Miss Avarilla Payne, daughter of PREPARED BV RICHARDSON-TAYLO- R MED. CO. ST. LOUIS M0. Mr. I). C. Payne, and one of Crab Or chard's fairest maidens, ran oil Saturday and 'tis rumored that sho was united in W. E. VARNON C. MORGAN, D. D. S. the holy bonds of wedlock with James Ii a candidate 10 fit! out unexpired term olC ountv R. Itulse made vncantby the death of JuCge T v C. Singleton, of Barbourville, at CumDENTIST. Yarnon, subject to the action of the Democratic berland Gap, Tenn. We wish them nartv Office on Mam street, opposite Portman House, up stairs Nitrous Oxide Oas given for painless prosperity and a honeymoon. CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. I j I I life-lon- g , CHURCH AFFAIRS. gra-- , - RICHARD C. WARREN r-- , extracting. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ev-cr- y Rev. F. S. Pollitt is holding cious revival at Versailles. A Is a Candidate for Auditor of the State ot Ken-uck- y. juoicct to the will of the Democratic party, THE HI..!.,! j d 1 birth-plnc- o world-widel- y :n.. n...: Raines. Mr. Helm preached ''a strong sermon Sunday morning against the tendency of tho times to disregard the Sabbath. Rev. II. C. Morrison's meeting at Hopkinsville closed Friday night with 130 conversions. Tho Kentuckian says it was tho largest revival ever held in that city. Rev. Ben Helm commenced a meeting at Rowland Friday night and one profession rewarded tho initial ellbrt. Ho will be assisted by Rev. J. H. Hopper, servic"Bro. Joe," and beginning es will bo held at 3 and 7:15 v. m. A minister of Scottsburg, Ind., officiated at three weddings, dined in each case, walked 25 miles and preached two sermons all on Easter Sunday. This teaches that under tho stimulus of a few square meals a country minister is a very handy person. The M. K. Church, South, Chucrh Extension department of the general conierenco ooarus, has helped this year 3S7 churches, paying them JS2.729.42, as compared with 304 churches and last year an increase of 23 churches helped and a decrease in payments of 51,819.90. i.,.i ii .. i vsmiiKaviiii:, t. c 1.... ouuuav, 1 ,.!.t... j.iuer uy ii.i.. JOffice ;on Main - Ti Dr. A. S. PRICE, Drug Store, Stanford. RILEY HOUSE, SURGKOy DENTIST. meet, oer V. 1) McKoberti' F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, London, - - - Kentucky. I have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and every convenience Gle me a call. 77 . d. WEX.I. RORXSTG I FRANK RILEY. . I am well prepared to bore wells and will do the ' work in a good maimer and promptly DE. W. racated by Dr. 13. PENNY, recently Ky. At One Dollar a Foot. Call on or address me at Stanford, Kentucky. L. T. SMITH. 34-- Dentist. Office South side Main street, in office L. F. Huffman, Stanford, MyrJSR$ij:ousEt P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. standard. I. M. BRUCE, ;';,", n SALS AND recentlr taken charceoi this Hotel and intend keeping it at its present high I have STANFOIID, KY. i I M STASIS, Special attention given to the traveling to-da- y First-Clas- s Sample Room In connection. SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. Only first-cla- ss horses and vehicles used in livery Also Pool and Billiard Parlors. 73 miW HOKMIBIC SALVE, t Cures cuts, bruises, old sores, skin diseases, corns, bunions, piles, fistula, scratches, halter burns, dew poison and bruises. Wherever it has been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and its propensity lor removing soreness is remarkable. Numerous testimonials will be secured and will appear in this space at a later date. Made and sold by ir J. 11. lllUUKNS,;btantord, Ky. 9&-- SS4,-549.- ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, Seventh and Market Streets, Louisville, I - - - Kentucky, e 1 A map of Texas appeared this week in Having sold out our entire interest in the hotel, the daily papers with a map of Italy on I efferson street, we have moved to our old stand that we occupied for years so successfully of it. As Kilgore, of Texas, once on seventh and Market streets, are now httmj;it up in elegant shape, new throughout and the outkicked open Congress with a boot fit will in eery way be elegant, including one ot E. size of Italy, we propose that he the Hale's Safety Passenger and Massage Elevators We tarn allot the late improvements he sent over to that couutry to exhibARTIST, with all friends to cr.me and see us in our old home. ourold STANFORD, KENTUCKY, We promise you that our rooms, table and service it his feet to Humbert, and this cruel shall be second to the land. My wife, Mis. opHas first. class Ilarber Shop on war will soon be over. Richmond Reg- positea Portman liou.e, and invites Main street, your Jo II. Alexander, none in to be remembered to all wants a share of Prompt attention to outside calls and our lady friends and she will be glad to see them patronage ister. and give them a heaity reception Fare $a per day. in-si- WILL OPEN MONDAY, MAR.i. II. FARMER, T0NS0RIAL tlieSKMl-WKKKL- well-know- n The fourth oratorical contest was won at Lexington by John M. Stepheno son, of Georgetown College. Centre was represented by Samuel M. Wilson, of Louisville, and Central University by S. 0. Stofer, of Alt. Sterling. Col-leg- special attention to ladies and childrer. Work done in the latest style with neatness and dispatch. SSCm 101 0. 11. ALEXANDER. Manager Farmers Bank&Trast Co. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY., Is now fully organued and ready for business with OF STANFORD, KY. y grand-daughter- SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OF STANFORD, in Stanford (Now closing up) with the same assets and under Lot on Main mi same management. acres, Containing i Iiy provisions of its chatter, depositors are as -- so mum... luuy pruseiicu erras easy. T R. WALTON, Stanford. Hanks, lis snarenoiueis being neiu ... inuiviuuauy of the amount of their stock to the extent therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the ainoutit invested in such sharils. It may act as executor administrator, trustee, Xc, as fully as individual PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, anTo those who entrusted their buisiness to us STANFORD, KY. while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank of Stanford, we we here tender our manv thanks and Office over McRoberts' Drug Store Residence, trust they will continue to transact their business 11, Owens' property at the junction ol HusJames with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attentonville and Danville pikes, tion to same, our twenty years' experience in banking and as liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. FOB, SAXEI Street Paid up Capital of Snrplus, . - - - - $200,000. 15,000. ucHi... - , Attention of the public is invited to the fact is the only National Hank in Stanford. Under the provisions of the National Bank Act, depositors are secured not only by the capital liability lor an stock, but by the stockholders amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. KiveSMorn statements ,. , . , oitneconuition of the bank ,ph Capital Stock $200,000 Surplus I""""", ,6600 that this DR. I.. IJ. COOK, ioo-6- ment and its assets are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing additional safety to depositors, . the ntlt",lofnt. .crl,,nJa ' "taHi!ha , lied as the National Hank ol Stanford in 1S65 and as the First National Dank of again Stanlord in iS3, has had practically an uninter rupted existenceofu years. It Is better supplied now with Ucihties for transacting business promptly and liberally than ever before in its long und honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic-te- d. ;" ' .."""" " "I Pl '. FOR SALE OR RENT. The Very Desirable Residence And lot on Danville street. The house it in good repair and contains 5 rooms. The yard is large and beautitu! and altogether J J, Williams, Mt. Vernon; director's: i -- Tho Placo ...-co- ln 1b ono of tho Moat lightful in Town. De- 9- Wilt sell or rent on eair terms. MISS MARY E. VARNO.V, Stanlord, Ky. M. Hail, Stanford; Ows'ey, Stanford ; S J. Embry, Stanford; J.E. Lynn, Stanford; A. V. Carpenter, Milledgeville; J. K.Daughman, Hustonville; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gcoch, Stanford, Ky. S. II. Shanks, President. J. II. Owslejr.Cashier W.M. Bright, Teller. J, H.Uaujhman, General J. J. S. The Directory of this Bank is composed T. I. Foster, of Stanford; t'orestus Keid, Lincoln county; J. W. Haydcn, Stanford; S. H. Haughman, Lincoln; oi M.J. Miller, Alt. Vernon; S T Harris Lincoln: J. S. Hocker Stanford; C. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford; W. O. Welch, Stanford. W. 1". Tate, Stanford. OFFICERS: I. S. Hocker. President: John J. McRoberts, A. A. McKinncT. Assistant Cajhlcr 9S-iyr Book-Keep- c - - -- - 1i,iA'ij'i-a.SJit- -i .,1 it. I A,! ,ei.Av. -- Ur.V I'f? Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - Stanford, Ky., Delegate Brosston having accused Hon. W. K. Hamsky, delegate to tho the reporters of the convention of "ma- con. con., is author of tho arbor day bil licious lying and misrepresentation," and Saturday's Times contains a cut and Mr. Bruce- Haldeman replies with vigor sketch of tho rising young gentleman A run. 14, 1S01 j in the Courier-Journabecause he did from Laurel. not have tho delegates' right to ariso to l, I 0, -- wiEarsr is q?sce A a question of pcisonal privilege. Says NEWSY NOTES. Mr. Haldeman: "The writer understands Barnum's will, disposing of $5,000,-00that Mr. Bronston intended his remarks covers 70 pHgcs of manuscript. The constitutional conyuntion did not for one particular correspondent. If so, Jamestown and Burr Oak, Kansas V pet through Friday na it promised, but he should have so stated. In making towns, both elected women police a night's session nnd nn early start the broad accusation he did, he, intenafter judges. Saturday, it was enabled to put up the tionally or unintentionally, allowed a,re, The Somerset Reporter thinks that abutters t 12:40 Hint afternoon. The himself to occupy thu attitude of a John Young Brown will lo be nominated new, to goods body was in session over seven months, wholesale liar." Tho reports of Mr. for governor. to good time Haldeman have been unusually accuduring which a great deal of A mob at Kenton, O., took Win. was frittered away in useless debatesand rate and free from bias, as a large Boles, who killed a policeman, from jail on questions purely legislative, and the number of the delegates admit, and Mr. aud hung him. outcome is a most cumbersome and in Bronston should have had the manliThe latest candidate for tho offlco of senumerous instances a very unintelligible nesss not to have included him in tho attorney general is Maj. S. B. Dishman, document, which if adopted will take rious charge ho made. Speaking of this of Barbourville. the courts many years to construe. The gentleman, who has been fitly describThe total taxable property of Kencomplete instrument was published both ed as having some brilliancy ami a vast tucky as fixed by tho board of equalizabe li,st of Saturday and amount of assurance, one who has kept in the Courier-Journa- l tion is $037,000,000. the Times of that day, requiring nearly the run says ho has been oftener on Thirty young Chicago women have The the floor than any other delegate, per15 columns of solid nonpareil. just graduated at a medical college and present constitution contains 12.5S0 haps double aa often. He has spoken gone forth to practice. words, the proposed has 21,000. It is al- once or more on every question, without Archie Downard, one of the assassmost a day's reading and we have not especially elucidating it, and has been n ins of the marshal of Falmouth, was let had time to read it consecutively, but a great drawback to the work of the body. off with a life sentence. many His eloquence has cost theState cursory perusal discloses a good C. P. Huntington was elected presiby cent, things to commend and perhaps as many many thousands of dollars. dent of the Southern Pacific railway at moro to condemn. As a whole, we are not Tjir president and his party started the directors' meeting in San Francisco. prepared to open war on the proposed colors wool Jasper Garrett, a young on he swing around the circle at organic law or to rally to its support. of Itockport, Ohio county, eloped y icnee ox. We shall do one or the other when we 12:10 this morning, via the Richmond of Joe Rogers and her un Ghevoits, occupy no middle & Danville railroad. Tho trip covers with the wife fullv etudv it. nnd low nearly every State in the South, West married sister. ground. 2oc Goods, William Wallace, of Inwill not end till May Among the changes especially praise- and Northwest and Goods. Shoes. Oil G . .v.w,..w, , Trt.nb.v 15th at 5 r. M.; at least that is the sched- dianapolis, brother of Gen. Lew Wallace worthy are prohibition of local and spebe ule arranged. It embraces 9,000 miles aud President Harrison's first law part- $'C. cial legislation by the general assembly; ner, died Thursday. remedy of the evil of frequent elections; and the little man will bo convinced beThe president appointed Lorenzo reform in taxation and exemption; a fore he gets though that this is a much larger country than he imagined. Of Crounse, of Nebraska, to bo assistant barrier to extravagant public expendisecretary of tho treasury, vice Gen. tures and provision for the better admin- course the trip is for the purpose of creBatchellor, resigued. ating a boom for his istration of government, State, county A. Three boys throw stones at a nitro grand and municipal; reduction of the The Louisville papers evidently think glycerine can, near Washington, Pa. It Stanford, Ky, MANKS AND GAHRIEL, ItlxumgcrN. verdict jury from 1(5 to 12, there Is nothing in a name. Tho Com- exploded and two were instantly killed Main Street, authorized.convicts not to mercial spoke of in in jury case ourcandidato for auditor and the other will die. bo worked outside of the prison walls, aa Hon. R. T. Ward and Friday the Bucklen's'Arnlca Salve Hill, Fontaine & Co.'s cotton sheds, provision for a reformatory for juvenile Journal for printed him It. C. Wood. If containing between 8,000 and 10,000 The Ic.l salve in the orM sotes,cul. bruises,d letter, orei, ulcers, lt rheum, fecr offenders, prohibition of the State and the reporters cannot catch onto the fact hand., thllblains. corn and all skit, rrup Memphis, thu bales of cotton, burned at Hiding tiont and poiitively cures pilei, or no pay rcquir counties and municipalities to that the name of the next auditor of ed. It u guaranteed 10 irivo perfect satnlactiut, railroads or other corporations except to Kentucky is Kichard Ciutchfluld War- loea being about $325,000. Htalerln l'rice S cent per bos. Revenue Agent Wilmorehas resign- or money refunded For iale by A. K. Pennv, Stanlord, Ky. build turnpikes, gravel roads an J bridg- ren, the proot readers ought to know ed some more, this time for good, and es. The secret ballot has been substitu better. Managing Editors Harry Rob A Snfo Invoatmont WATCHES, CLOCKS republicans want to get hold AID fflRUT. ted for the the present viva voce system ertson and Oliver Cromwell will please numerous to bring It one whbhit Ktiarauteed failure, a sou salif of the $3,200 a year that he reliquishes. factory results, or in cae of rciutnof of voting, which its advocates believe is enlighten those benighted individuals. purchase rmce. On this safe Alex Foote, the negro who murder yourfrom our a.lveitued druseist a plan vucn bottle ol I)r a safe guard around the institution abbuy " of Bluefield, W. Va., Kiiik'j Sew Discovery for Consumption It it Repairing neatly and prompted J. J. Meadows, preserve ita purity. solutely necessary to The Central Record has rounded out a guaranteed to bring relief in every cae when was taken by a mob and hanged. He used for any affection of the thtcui.lungs or chest, ly done. On the other hand, there are numer- prosperous year and Bro. Marrs has uch as consumption, inflammation of the luncs ous things that no man with the material demonstrated that a good paper can live confessed this and three other murders. bronchitis, asthma, wnoopmR counn. trmip, viw , All Miss Matilda Maloue has been ap- etc It is pleasant and atficeable to the tattr, per. interests of the State at heart can en- nnd thrive in Lancaster or nearly any fctly safe and can always be relied upon. Trial I will take old gold or silver in exchange tor floods. (Stanford, Ky.) is where else. There is a great deal in pointed postmistress at Campbellsville, bottles free at A. R Penny's drug store dorse. The article on corporations been knowing how to do it. and that knowl- in place of her father, who was reported Biraply idiotic and must as has Morit Wins. adopted for the demagogic purpose of edge is possessed to an unusual degree by short in his accounts and who resigned Weilcsire to say to our citljens that for years we two weeks ago have been selling Dr King's New Discovery for securing votes, by pandering to the pop- the man who made tho Advocate famous about lr and Kleclric Hitters, There are to bo new designs for our Consumption.Salve King's .Sew Life IMIsand have ular, but no less senseless, wholesale and is fast taking the Record in the Arnica silver coins the dollar, the half dollar, never handled remedies that sell as well or the enmity to corporate institutions, espe- same direction. He says he "feels" like have given such universal satisfaction. We do THE VUCAN CHILLED PLOW. time and we cially railroads. "With charters change- he is on solid ground now. May he nuarter and dime and tho director of not hesitate to guarentee them everyprice if satisthe mint is offering f500 for a design for atand ready to refund the purchase use 1 hese will of the know that he is a year hence. able and revokable at the factory results do not follow their each of the four coins. remedies have won their s'Mt nopulanty purely legislators and a prohibitory clause Druggist. Farmers, Attention. We call your attention to the followintr adWe would not be surprised if Mr. 'Samuel Gompers, president of tho in their merits A. R. Penny, against a railroad compauy owniug a vantages of The Vulcan" over any Chilled Flow made: First, Laurie J. Blakely's beautiful poem pub- American Federation of Labor, says that The FlnoBt on Earth. coal mine and transporting its output the The Cincinnati, Hamilton A Dayton R R.l organizations of the whole 1111...11 K maue o inc origin.!, and genuine Chilled Metal. Second, nnd vice versa, a declaration is made in lished in the Covington Commonwealth the labor the only line running Pullman's Perlected Safety miners in their Vestibuled Trains, with Chair. Parlor, Sleeping- the iron used in chilled parts is first quality Lake Superior Charcoal, effect that we have a sufficient number and copied in the Frankfort papers, did country will support tho nnd Dining Car service between Cincinnati, Inday. for an third, we give you a solid point, no scooping out or shaving ofT to dianapolis and Chicago and is the only line of railroads and capital is not wanted not cut quite a figure in the capital lo- demand Cln-- c Through Reclining Chair Senator He trst's funeral cost the nnati, Keokuk and Springfield,Cars bttween we give you a solid mould board, no thick edges III. and Steeping save iron. within our borders to help develop our cation question in favor of the city under the hill. "The Old Bridge at Frank- government $15,000 or more. Every Or Cincinnati to Mackinaw, and the with scooped back. Fifth, the Vulcan mould board is inexhaustible resources. We are interon Line Only ested in no corporation of the kind and fort" is the title of the poem and it shows expense possible was piled up and the Between Cincinnati, Dlroct Lima, Tgledo, De- the back by ribs and will stand double the strain of any other chilled Da)ton. Regions Every Plow guaranteed. For sale by care not whether tho charge is made that the writer's soul is filled with the scenes presented were more like drunk- troit, the Lake sneof theand Canada. the State of mould board. oldest in Ihe road Is Ohioand the only line entering Cincinnati over jj subsidized, provided it is divine afflatus. No member of the con- en orgies than a funeral. that we are miles of double track, and from lis past record can Over 4,000 immigrants landed at more than assure its patrons speed, comfort and EL & not tootle in too close proximity to us, vention could have read it and not felt Wa&AJRKN". New York Thursday, of which more safety. . . for tho fair thing and want hotter towards the old town. liut.welare Tickets on sale everywhere, anil tee that they than half we'e Italians. Uver L'uo are read C , II AD., cither in or out of Cincinnati, A. C. SINE. capital invited to rather than driven from A Washington dispatch Bays that Col. considered unfit to bo admitted to this Indianapolis or Toledo. J N. MKNKFKE Kentucky. K. O. McCORMICK, W. O. Bradley was closeted two hours country, and must be returned. General Passenger and Ticket Agent. The vacillating course of the body with President Harrison, when an exCarter Harrison announces that ho to have known its mind Miles' Nervo and Liver PUU which seems not change of views on the political situa- will "leave Chicago for good." He will Acton a new principle -- regulating the liver, two days in succession, ita distrust of the tion in Kentucky the nerves. was bad. It is also not be the first man to leave his city for stomach and bowels thruugh speedily cure A new ine oest selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky bilious discovery Dr. Miles' Pills people and its long stay at Frankfort at said piles, constipation LUMBER, that the president did the most of his city's good, but hern's hoping he will nets, bad taste, torpid liter, SASH, so heavy a cost to the State, has destroyUneualed for men, women, children Smallest the talking, but we do not believe it. At not return to Kentucky. Lou. Times. mildest, surest, jo doses JJ ceuls. Samples frie unDOORS, ed public confidence in its work and ford. any rate, if true, it is tho first crowd that Conductor Edmond ,Wells, one of at A. It Penny's, Stall less there is an almost complete change KLINDS, SIDING, the colonel ever was in that ho didn't the oldest on tho Q. & C, died of injuA Valuutile Jlncoery. of opinion, the new constitution will be Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. furnish most of the chin music. Mr. ries received at Georgetown. 'unr of youth may bo He ailDr Drown il defeated by a large mojority. Maybe cvory o knows miKir'iint Harrison doesn't know how much fun stooped down to pull on his overshoe Hint Dr I'r.iildlu lovcrj'. lutt llenrt 01 Cure, cer A3STD Mi.ei'.NiMV after it is studied and better understood tulnlyli It iMHirlven tli'.iu.uul afflicted with he missed by not remaining silent. We carry a full stock of everything found in a and was M ruck by a backing train and KTlom heurlillscui" n New Lonsoof Llfo. the change may come, but at present uruirgnts no run oufrve is iici-- o . tuu'iy the outlook is unfavorable for it. There Senator C.uii.iblk tells an interview- fearfully hurt. very lilirh'y of It. customer ovvry whii According to the Insurance Herald, Mr. Julia Wi'Mir, of Kn.ghtslnwn, Iml.suy' will bo 200,000 copies of the instrument er that everybody knows ho is not a "I hr.ie miIiI inm-l- i of Dr Mile' Now Ch nnd Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract hnvo reeeivoil miitiy good report " O. Moiiroi-- , printed. We shall see that each of our candidate for president, though he ap- published in Louisville, there are lu.gtf aal' s life insurance policies held in of Dunk. 1;. N.f Y.,Isteporl Ixiltle hns jrlven"And for building. in SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. Kentucky readers get one and ask that preciates tho high compliment of the every satthe bom iiiirt it Kentucky, on which premiums of $2,-- S isfaction." Soul nnd cu.irjiitocd I') A. IL Penit be read before condemned. mention of his name. He is not satisny, Islaufcril, Ky 11,312 were paid in 181H). Tho losses Crc-u-l fied that the time has come, however, niscnvcrcrx. Buckner appointed Maj. When Gov. GO TO- What Hi It u it K Imin nru to Hn: iuteihonc and for the Mason and Dixon line to disap- paid footupl,231,rS7. huystliu PlllslniiK Ni'. Dr. Fritnk-Hi- t II. S. Hale, of Maytield, to the vacancy pear from politics. Smythe's furniture manufacturing elccincitj. the sperm it.t In The time should fc Middleton'sdime muin the treasurer's office, it was said that iikoi. is to tin- imrwiiiH sistrmuml norve ""Ssl"' have come and passed long ago, but for house aud Kohl fluid. Anion" h(4 mnncioiK (libcoicrlrn tlm it was cot only without that gentleman's tho seum, at Chicago, burned Sunday, caus- Kcslornlive Nervine N tiinitouliUitiy one of thu bloody shirters, who hid out in war urnurp;isnl lu nerTousncs, , ) solicitation, but he knew nothing of it ing a loss of a million. There was a pan- greajest H dyspepsia, headache, epllepny, neuralgia, was also and fight gallantly in ppace. It until ho was appointed. cl.uni;eoi life, in Umbo ir. ic among the freaks and one lost his had of A. It ftc Frit trial boOlttnt I' inuy be Ills ".S'tw anil given out that he was reluctant to ac(lrtik'ttl'lAll klmillil road FOR- liiKolst Congress was in session 13 life. InAjUlc til." cept the office, but when once ho did months and during that time it expendAt a Kingston, Pa., fire one of thu Utiirtlin'j ami for tl.tlllustiutcd a very able. to book. Fre teresting llnely and got n taste of tho sweet flesh pots, ed a billion of dollars. A calculation has firemen turned the hose on a man who 8IL he immediately fell in love with them been made which reveals tho Btartling got within the lines nnd a fight followed and now ho is an announced candidate fact that this was at the rat of $28 a sec- between tho firemen, policemen and They all do it. But se- ond for the entire term. Reed's for business business men against tho mob, which When Baby wa sick, wo gate her Dutorla. riously, Maj. Halo has made a splendid Congress, which ho thanked God was lasted several hours ami resulted in se& GARDEN SEEDS, When sho as a Child, she cried tor Caatoria. officer, introduced numerous reforms not a deliberative body, was in for the rious injuries to 20 or more peopole. clung to Castoria. and deserves tho endorsement of a re- stuff" and only let go when "time was Those people who believe that men When sho became Jliss, sho election. When she had Chil Jjeu, she gave them Castori. called on it." will not die with lies on their lips and girl great confidence in what they say on A neoiio who raped an Vermont's governor, who gets only put near Charleston, V. Va., last Wednes- $1,500 a year, will the gallows, will learn with surprise that have the appointment day night, was arrested und indicted on Nicely, one of the brothers hung of a successor to Senator Kdmunds. as David Thursday, put on trial Friday nnd by at Somerset, Pa., recently, made a contho legislature does not meet for 18 A. I.. lAVCHAM. JOHN B. AiTI KM AN noon Saturday ho was under sentence to to his spiritual adviser acknowl months, and an exchaugu thinks this is fession 'XVSfWVTTHWRVt,RliW;KXVWAXTV!nafsvias' aj-i'- j murder, of which ho protestdie May 8. Tho swiltnesriand certainty a terrible prebsuro on a good man. As edging the when tho rope was of punishment is tho only way to make most senntorships are bought, ho will ed he was innocent crime odious and take Judge Lynch's around his neck. have to pray mighty hard to bo kept out occupation away. Five hundred men are standing in temptatiou in making his choice. in Ashland, Wis., in front of the It is said that "Uncle Joe" Alexander Hon. John W. Yrhkks, of Danville, lino Office Binco the 8th, although tho Land $2,100 to pubpaid tho Courier-Journa- l says the mention of his name as a caudi-- . Land Office will not bo opened until OF lish his list ot hotel arrivals. He knew date for governor was unorthorized. He Anril i7Mi. Most of the men are armed the vainly of man and his desire to see supply them with coffee, his name in print, aud made big money has been importuned again and again to and peddlers for and investment, as the long list make tho race, but he will under no cir- sandwfches and beer while they wait. B A1113EE & ASTLEM AN by tbo cumstances permit his name to be used. Some have chairs, umbrellas, mackinshowed. MANAGKRS, "Castori Is o well adapUs! to children Uit Cast or lis cuirfl Colic, Constipation, So much the worse for his party, which toshes and other comforts. They aro Bour Stomach, PlarrlicvA. KracLatfon, I recommend It oa superior to any prescripUon Col. John B. Castlehan was elected will make a bad showing unless Col Commerce Building, Louisville. Kills Worms, give sleep, and promote dl. II. A. Arcukr, SI. D., known to me." all waiting to filo early claims to the Saddle Horse Bradley will again carry tho banner. president of the National Agents throughout the South. Ill So. Oxford St,, UrooVlj-n-, N, Y, Ipefliiou, medication. forfeited railway land grants. Association. The selection is an admirAs Barnum's name was a household Tn Cs.tticr Comuny, 77 Murray Street, N. Y. able one. The handsome colonel has A good family horse and aiiiKle seated only to bestride a horse to put every- word for so many years, wo will publish body more in love with the equine spe- a history of his interesting career in our surrey, almost new, for sale. Apply to W. A. THIBBLE, Local Agent, nextjissue. 6 STANFOnD. KY. cies. Stanford, Ky. Robert Porter, W. F WALTON. LOUISYILLE STOBE Doing Such a Rushing Business constantly offering This question is easily answered. Because they at prices that are bound sell them. All attempts at choice cat competitors prevent us from offering the latest and most popular brands of goods at unquestionably have failed as will seen in the following of prices. High price and combination prices have no show with us. t DID YOU EVER SEE THE LIKE? grass-widowe- post-mast- er all competitors at 2o per The following items sold more: Jlfcn's Suits at $3, worth 5; Men's black Worsted Suits at $o, worth ?9; Men's Cassimere Suits in light $0, worth $lJf', Boys' Suits, long all uu upwaru.s. uur unc suus is complete, swill as ranis, jrom Cassimeres and Worsteds at astonishingly Tricots, Jerseys, up. Special bargains in Dry prices. Children' knee vants from Hats. Garnets. Notions. Gents' Furnishing nth. will sold at jc a yard for this week only at All Calicoes THE LOUISVILLE chip-lie- STORE I'ltllANSKY, Proprietor. three-fourt- hs Courier-- -- R0BT. FENZEL, Work Warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. lluek-ten'- s The Plow of the Age, 1 m run-lin- g B. V7. H. Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, CEILING, WOVEIT WIRE SLAT FE1TCE. 4 sik t FIRST C3C5LSS LUMBER TARn $St),-384,1- -- Mlli-s- , wrl!-!iiawi- i mirv-ousUi- ii - back-uchu- B FO s TEE S FIELD rt-nn- - New York Seed Potatoes, Spading Forks, Hoes, Rakes, &c, &c. ROYAL LIVERPOOL. Insurance Company, ilrrSTlTiT4! Infants Children. 0 post-offic- e .j- ' Frksii lot of Zeigler Bros.' shoes nt S. Dri.kihti'UI. room for Jrent. Mrs. P. Wanted. To buy a pair of Becond-hnn- d II. Shanks'. P. Nunnelley. grist mill rocks. Apply to Peter . Haase or Charles Eusslin, Ottenheim. Frk.mii Lnndreth's garden Beedsnt W Xow is tho titno for Spring cleaning, for wall paper, nlnbastino nnd ready April M, 1801 B. McRoberts'. Stanford, Ky., The most elegant lino of ladies' nnd I'YowKHrrockH of every (lencription at mixed paints. Go to W. B. McRoberts' misses' Oxford ties ever in this city refor them. ceived yesterday. Severance it Son. A. A. Wurren's Model Grocery, .. it.o.WAUTON.Bus.MnnaRer " I). A.TwADDi-Khabought of Mr. J. A. T. Xunnellv has rented tho stable Wanted, 100,000 pounds wool. High- II. Greer, of Rowland, the hotel and bar est cash market price. A. T. Nunnelley, room right to January 1, '02, at $100 per near the Baptist church, which was adMEANS BUSINESS. vertised in this paper, to J. X. Menefee. Stanford. month. Possession will bo given May Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal -- FOR THE WGGEST- kWr) TMT m m m "W V..T. -- -' -- s &MELx 1 '"Ifrl NR VF Ur.iUkL.r- : sW, UNisSv - IN - will havo no opening this Spring, Depot street. hut I have on hand and will continue to oblij;o A. 11. Penny. snd scttlo nnd X. Y. Ihihii iotatoes and Brazilian keep n very handsome stock of millinery Hweet potatoes for seed at J. B. Fos which I invite thu ladies of this vicinity ter's. to call and see. Mrs. Ivatie Klkin. PERSONAL POINTS. Mit. F. M. Wark will act as my agent Mips Janik Tottkn, of Garrard, Is tlic The wlitor acknowledges with heartiat McKinnuv and will pay the highest est thanks nnico box of cake of numerof Mins l.ula Mock. Kuoat Miu. J. II. Vaniiook, of HrodlivaJ, is cash price for wool. See one of us be ous varieties sent by Miss Mamie White fore selling. A. T. Nunnelley. visltliiK Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. J. Crow. from thu splendid birthday dinner of Mn. J. B. Owknb, of llarrodxburR, I will havo no spring opening this her grandmother, Mrs. Bettiu Robinson, has Iwen visiting Mr. S. M. Owens. year, but trimmed hats in great variety who was three score, ten and two. lias been can nlwnys bo found at my store on LanMim. I)n. J. G. 9 Knkiiith or Honor, Attention. A vinitiiiK ber parents at Crab Orcbard. caster street. Miss Annie Wray. meeting of Hope Lodge, Xo. 1'J, K. of IL, J. A. Ckait, KQ., of Louisville, pawed For Rk.nt. A collide of bouses in will be held nt Odd Fellows Hall Friday up to his coal mines nt. Lily yesterday. Mikh Bkthik pK.vMNfiTON is down from Rowland, with four rooms each, proper- night, April 17, lS'.M, at which tho Middlesboro on n short visit to her pa- ty of M. Peyton. Good yards and plenof every member is desired. By ty of water ami conveniently located. order of tho Dictator. A. A. Warren, rent. '21 Reporttr. Mkv ami Miis. 8. P. Saniiidok, Stewart W. A. Trihhle. and Miss Lfcy Beanley nro the wiest of The trial of Wils Howard for the mtir-de- a The barn on Mrs. Sue Baughtnan's the Misses Bearley. of a deaf mute is set for this week at farm, near Rowland, was burned ThursMiis. Si'ban IIarkis nnd daughter, Vienna, Mo., and ho has been taken day night. There was little or nothing " Miss Montie, have moved to thither from tho St. IOiiis jail, chained in it aud as the barn was old and rickenear Rowland. to the car scat nnd under nn escort of six ty, the loss was not large. It is supposL)u. J. K. VanAiwdalk was called to guards heavily armed. ed that a tramp who slept In It did the Wnynesburk', Mo., yesterday by the sedirty work. rious illness of his mother. Tiik gasoline for thu town lamps gnve Kliick J.Q. Montuomkky has return-p- l out last week nnd consequently the Fully 1,000 people witnessed tho colfrom Adair, wheni ho went to see his Stanford citirens groped in darkness for ored baptising Sunday afternoon. Rev. mother, who has been tmiteslck. thu time. Wo are glad to sttito that a G. W. Bowling was tho ofllciating minisMr. J. A. Caiihcntkh went to Parks-vlll- supply has arrived, however, and the ter and Homo SJ0 sinners were made as Saturday to spend n few days with proper authorities promise that there white as snow. Three of the good sisbin nnd Mrs. Carpenter's parents. shall not Ihi a repetition of thu careless ters got supremely happy but wero Mr. Tim W. Miikiiks, of Iniisville, ness. subdued to realize the solemnicame up to Danville on biiHineas ami though Sun ty of tho occasion. Marhai. Hi'.ntkr passed 0 pave his friends litre n short cnll l"ri- day with Burt Thomas who escaped In the county court yesterday Tom Fer-ridar. Brown at Rowland, Weatherford .MimLktik I.vsn, of Christian Col- - from tho penitentiary over two years ItK, Hustonville, is spending a few days ago. Thomas hail served a portion of and Wallace Steele at Hustonville and witli her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. his sentence in tho pen. but escaped J. H. Greer at Rowland were granted liwhile working in a coal mine. His time quor license. Mrs. Sallie K. Bailey "Wii.uk Lackey, of Central I'niversity, was 5 years and ho will likely havo to qualified as administrator of her bus Uichinond, spent Saturday ami Sunday serve several years to make up for his baud, W. C. Bailey, and K. I). Peyton with his parents, Hon. nnd Mm. G. A. escape. He was captured in Owsley Co. qualified as administrator of George W. nnd his offence wnH Lackey. Bobbin. The wills of Klinda Baugh, . N1NNM.1.KY left Saturday Mn.Tnos. Adaliuu Hohbs. Green Jones and Thon- The friends of thu institution and its ton Porter wero probated, llobert 1.. for Tectimsoh, Mich., whore he takes ft nlumnie will bo glad to learn that Porter executor of thu latter. position with the WroiiKht Iron Kane College is to bo placed on a Company.' Lost $400.' Mr. Anthony Sabrey, the Aug Wil W. II. Pjcttus, depot ap'tit nRcnt at solid basis. President John tailor who works for Mr. II. C. Rupley, so iuvolved that he lost 100 by the Shawnee, Tenti., is with his parents, Mr. liams has become SchwarU failure in LouJ has yielded to solicitation and allowed n isville. He had that amount on deposi und Mrs. J. K. PettiiB, in this county, stock company with n capital of fW.OOO but did not care to mention it while the quite sick. of It, K. Hlohks, of tho Record, to take charge of the financial part other losers wero erumbliniroverit. Two Advocate, tho Collect'. Prof. Williams will remain of thu partners in the swindle, old man nnd Harry Glovannoli, of tho of the educational part. were the newspaper representatives in at tho head Schwartz and Brockenborough,were jailtown yesterday. Accidents. Whllu taking down the ed Saturday on the charge of conspiracy Hos. J. B. McChkary returned on last number of his cars at libation tho other to defraud. Thursday night from Washington, where night Capt. J. B. Douglas stepped on a TiiESwope monument is at last in ho was n witness in tho Kincaid trial. nail, which went entirely through his place in Buffalo Cemetery and it is a Richmond Rctater. foot. Thu accident was a very painful Mrs. Thomas Riciiakiih, of Junction one and the captain will limp around very large end imposing one. Itisabout City, camo home with Miss George some time on account of it. Mr. G. I). 40 feet liigh anil of tho hardest VerWrny nnd spent Sunday with Mrs. J. M. Pope, one of tho machinists nt Rowland, mont granite. At the proper place the name "Swope" appears in bold relief and Wray. Mr. Wrny is much improved. had his right leg Imdly mashed by a nnd Master Tur drawhead falling on it a few days ago, on the north side of the die is "Lucinda Mirs Mamu Wilson Swope, wife of David Swope, Born Febner Carpenter went to Louisville with and he too is a cripple for the present. ruary 4, 1815, died March 0, 18S0. A their Rrand'inothor, Mrs. Turner, Saturof .courage day, to visit the family of Mrs. Yager. The Danvillo Advocato publishes a loving mother aud a woman and thought," She was Col. Swope's Tiik prevailing disease uot its grip on statement of thu financial condition of mother. On the south side appears; S. II. Baujjhman nnd throwing his G feet tho city, which shows that thu resources "Armsted M.Swopo, Born May 1, 1844, frame in bed, held him thero n in cash or equivalent amounts to Died Xov. 8, 1SSD. Ho and thu indebtedness but 1,000, and and generous. Unaidedwas brave, just n turn and was week. He finally called by wealth hu proudly asks If thero is n town in thu rose to eminent distinction as n citizen, out Saturday. Mr. J. Carvkr Jo.vks went to Chicago Statu thnt can beat tho showing. There lawyer and public olllcial. He performFriday to take a position in nn abstract can be no affirmative nnswer. By tho ed his duties well nmf merited the con all who fidence, way, lire not our city council required to sincerelyesteem and lovu of death." bo otUcv. Mr. Jones is n ninn of lino busimourn Ids untimely ness qualifications nnd is much sought publish n financial statement once n This is a fitting description of the man year? Wo think they aro and know for by ubstrnct houses. nnd tho stone is n worthy one to murk Miss Mai.inda Owbi.ky, daughter of that they do not. his resting place. Owing to the fact that Hon. J. S. Owsley. Sr., has been chosen CnuTiT Court. After a very dull the lot in which Col. Swope and his valedictorian at Ward's Seminary, Nash- term Judge Morrow discharged the ju- mother are buried is too small for ville, nu honor which thu friends of tho rors at noon Friday. Nearly a day was the large family, a double lot had to be bright young lady nppreciate. attor- secured and thu remains will have to be "' Cot. J. W. Gikst will visit his friends lost in waiting for thu plaintill's neys in the nmlprnctico suit of H. A. removed to thu monument some 50 feet nt Crab Orchard next Uhis) week. Tho Pleasants against Dr. Steele Bailey and away. . colonel says the only reason ho dislikes it was finally decided that a special term AciAIN. ACIJIITTKD AND M.MIH1KI) to go theru Is tlmt bo never likes to beginning Thursday next, would be held AdCash is again a free man, that is so Clark lenvo nfter he gets theru, Danville for the trial of it. Tho L. A X. Co. far as the law is concerned. On a plea vocate. asked for n new trinl in thu case of B. G. of emotional insanity and with his diWilho.v, leading counsel JlmkikJkiik and K. Pennington against it, but Judge for Charley Kincaid, says that Mr. Robt. Morrow refused another hearing. Tho vorced wife to swear how she had been Hnrding rendered great assistance in thu case was settled thu second week of tho treated by Mr. Young, a sentimental jutrial nnd is one of tho brightest young term and gave tho plaintiffs fcWO for ry said on their oaths that ho was guilty lawyers ho ever met. Mrs. Harding ro killing a couplo of horses. A few old of no crime in foully murdering u man, who did not know ho was in tho State, turned home Friday. equity cases wero disposed of Friday without a moment's warning. The disOwsi.ky, Sit., nnd daughter, Ho.v. J.S. morning, but none of them were worthy patches Bay that 15 letters from Young MissMnttie, left l'riday for Nashville, in of mention. to Mrs. Cash, of a moat damaging naanswer to n telegram Btating thu serious Xo. 'J;l Wrkcked. 11 pressman Killed. ture, wero read in court and fully estabillness of his daughter, Mrs. W. R. to daughA very serious wreck occurred two lished, with the woman'd own testimoMrs. Manier gnve birth ngo nnd hnssincubeen miles this .side of Hnzul Patch at 4 o'clock ny, tho criminal intimacy that had exter some ten days very low. Later. She was much bet- Thursday evening. Passongor train Xo. isted between herand tho deceased. It passed this point on is reported that since Mr. Cash has been ter yesterday. 23, Hon. W. H. Mii.i.bk has returned from time, with a large number of passengers in jail he find sent from this placo $7,500 his labors nt Frankfort, wbero ho acquit- and confined to run on time till it enmu to his divorced wife, to whom now ho ted himself with considerable honor and near tho above named place, when it doubtless owes his life. Immediately afcredit. Ho may have been n trifling too ran ovur a broken rail, doing much dam-ag- o ter tho acquittal she and Cash repaired fond of speaking.but as that isa family to tho train and so seriously wound- to a hotel and for tho second time wero can hardlv be condemned for that- ing Kxpress Agent J. W. Miller that ho bound together in marriage. Then the He succeeded in having adopted Bomeof died pome l'J hours Inter. Tho engine groom produced a sensation by fainting the many reforniB bo advocated ami It passed over tho broken rail, but tho nnd remaining in au unconscious conwould havo been better if moro Una baggage and express car left tho track dition for some time. The dispatches heen. and tho two passenger coaches weru Bay that after lending tho woman astray, Mrs P. P. Nunnki.i.ev left Saturday turned nearly over. A number of pass- Youug lied to escape Cash's vengeance. y Cash followed him through the States, morning for Chardon. 0 to visit her engers wero badly bruised, but overtaking and killing him in tho young Nunnelley. That no serious damngo was done nny llnally ton. Mr. J. R. man sent his mother a check for $."0 of them. Tho dead express agent wna Btreets of Dallas. Xono of this is true, nnd nn Invitation to visit him nnd alio ono of tho oldest employes in that line except the killing. Mr. Young went to loft immediately. This shows that Jim b on this division and was very popular Texas several years ago to engage in busy with tho olllcials of the company. His iness und Cash kuow exactly where he heart is in the right place. Mrs. strong nil winter home was in Louisville and he leaves a was and where ho could Hud him any has not been nnd wo trust tho trip will benefit her ob wife and several children. He was fear- day Bince he left Wo havo not learned fully mutilated in tho wreck, but it is what Mr. Cosh intends to do, but wo ebo is tho best of women. believod that n wound on tho side of his suppose he will return to Kentucky to CITY AND VICINITY. bond caused bla death. The north- see after tho numerous other men who before bound trains wero nil delayed and it was are charged with "debauching" his wife, See A. T. Nunnelley'a binders Saturday that they again ran against onu of whom ho boa a suit for you buy as ho is representing The Wm. not until $50,000 pending. on their schedule time. Deeriug Co., tho beat made. ' I Caki-kntkm Yooit ncoount is duo nnd ready. A. T. XiiN.NKM.KY has moved his ahou 1st. Call nnd harness shop to his livery stable on NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY 1891 -- i9. I SKAH1N AT "MAPLE S," AND- Two milM from Lancaster on the Stanford pike Arthur Sims 3041, Hy (icnfral a Irom a jo hit. Klntilam ii',i Knot, lrc oT 18 In the a 30 list, tin liy Ilonrlain Chief, ulre ollx to a 23; ail dam a thoroughbred. SILVERWARE In the county, go to $20 to Insure. Wyandotte 5526, By Mttropo'itan ad dim a thorough bred. pren-enc- e Firit dam hy William Welch ireof I'rincc Imperial a ajj, Jeremiah a ai, &c. W. B. McROBERTS'. work guaranteed. $20 to Insure. T. A. KLKIN, Lancaster. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING and all "Durst-town,- NABOTH Standard Kule 10016. The Old Reliable 6. Jewelers in the Lead. o ly m ll Sired by WaUlngham ii(A (ire of Latitude, record a ii) nt dam Tinsel by Messenger Duroc 106, son of Hamtiletonian and lire ol Klaine j jo, the dam of Narlaine, yearling a 31); ad dam "e by liaia bletonian io, sire of Denter a i;J Sister tojames Howell, Ir. 3d dam Jeme Sayre by Harry Clay 45.ireofthedamsor M. Julien a 11, ltodine a 19V4 and la more that have produced 3 30 alio sire ol the dam of Hlectioneer, aire of 50 in the a ,v list ; 4th dam by Liberty, son of Lance by American Kclipse. Waliingham aif,6 sire of Naboth, Is one ol the youngest sons of George Wilkea 519, record , who sired Harry Wilkes 1 13"$, Ouy Wilkes j iOa, Mike w likes j 15, Wilcox a 16 and Ox others in a to list; also 41 producing son' and 19 producing daughters. Note; Naboth is a bay hore, 16 hands high, foaled June 28. 1888 Ills pedigree contains the blood of Hambletoman, George Wilkes, Mambri-n- o Chief, I'llot, Jr and Harry Clay. trot-tern, A. R. Penny OF Has the largest and MOST COMPLETE STOCK $20 to Insure a Living Colt. BROWN JIM. Record a 31 16 hands high. 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. MtWM? yMuiS!sSEjS Watches and Jewelry p, ever shown in Stanford at prices as low as the lowest. house-burning- . DniiL-htc- Mi-wkh- . Sired by Voltaire 685 Klrst dam by Lexington Cheif a 36; ad dam by Mambnno Chorister; 3d dam Lady Manhope by HambletonUn 10 Gran-daof Rosa Wilkes a i8Vi and Simmons a 38. 3Voltalre 3 ao (by Tattler .100; dam Young Portia by Mambnno Chief 11; ad dam by Roebuck' sire of Brown Jim, is also the sire ol Volney, br g, dam Nellie by Alden Goldsmith, who made a record in 1890 of a 29K. Tattler, Voltaire's sire, by Pilot, Jr , dam Telltale by Telamon, son ol Medoc, sired Indianapolis aai, Humor a ao Slander a 28 and Voltaire a ao and hii sons Abbott, Rumor, Tattler, Jr and Voltaire are allsircs of performers 111 a 30 Pilot. Jr, 1a, sire of Tattler, is well known as being one of the grandest mare sires of the age, his daughters producing Maud S. ao84. Jay KjeSee 310 and a host ol others of note Lexington Chief 576, sire of llrown Jim's dam. is by Kentucky Clay 194; dam Lady WarfieM by Mambnno Chief 11. Mam bnno Chorister sire of dam of Proteine 318, etc) by Mambrlno Chief, dam by Chorister. m N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, Garden Seeds of All Kinds, also Gardin Rakes and Hoes at bnl FARRIS& HARDIN'S. Big line of Glassware $15 to Insure a Living Colt. just received and cheaper than anywhere. Star Denmark, Saddle Stallion, bay, 15K hands high, three white feet, heavy maue and tail, fine st)le and action. FABBIS "Spring is here, and it's a hnmmer of a & EAKDZDT. $15 to Insure a Living Colt. The abovestallions will make the season of 1891 at my stable near Hustonville. u J K. I1AUGH.MAN. thing; Very soon it will be Summer, then of course it wont be Spring." rosey-pose- y For Sale 86 I Gardening time has come and you will find 12,-50- 0 Twenty Building Lots In the corporate limits of Rowtand. H J. DARST, Rowland. At A. A. WARREN'S "MODEL GROCERY" A large and select stock of N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, Whitejand Red Onion Sets, Beans, Peas, &c, in bulk and an endless variety of Landreth's, FerrX's and Crossman's Garden Seeds in papers and packages. Also Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, &c. 1TEW SAW MZLX. ... I have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somerset pike, 7 miles Irom Stanford and air prepared to furnish any kind of l.UMIIER, SHINGLES. I will sell the lum. Arc , at LOWEST PRICKS. ber at the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give M AYWOOI), KY. me a trial. Poitoffice. I will deliver sawed chestnut shingles at Stan ford or Rowland at $i 35 per M. A li. IIASTIN 43-- iy THE SHELTON HOUSE, J. H CiltEEIt, Proprietor, Rowland, Kirst-clas- - - Kentucky. accommodations at reasonable rates. Open day and night. Sample room and Kcodliviry in connection s 1TOTICEI All persons having claims against the estate of the late I) L Stephenson will prestnt them to me at once properly verified. Those indebted to tho above estate will also call and settle. Stansord, Apl 6. J. E. LYNN, Admr. Is Receiving His Farm For Sale. denre to sell my farm ol about 130 acres, situated about iii miles north of Stanford on the Hush Uranch pike, opposite the old church. There are about 50 acres in wheat nnd rye; the balance of the farm well set in timothy. Good dwelling of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid new ham; is well watered and fenced. Possession can he given immediately. For particulars, seu J. P. Ilailey, Stanford, or write the nndersigned at E. WITHERS. Cincinnati, Ohio. I Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Springs Summer Goods Give himja call. Ma-nie- r. 11 Go to B. F. ROUT'S IN ALL KINDS OF Bouth-boun- fail-iiiL'- - Tiin ann.vr household hemedy for J SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, tions, Etc., All kinds ol produce taken in exchange at the highest Siirs -- FOR- No- market-prices- . SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. fortu-nutol- PRICE Send threo bos and book. two-s?c- GO CENTS. stamps for free sxmplo Nun-nulla- THE WIQLILAIIJ D tardsoap ,LATK ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, Q - FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH! Cor. AND NURSERY PURPOSES, DM TAR-OIDJ- ABSOLUTELY, PURE, v " K) THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, Rates $2.50 Per Day. opposite Court-Hous- e Chicago, fijl For sale by A. R. Penny tanford. and M. L. Bourne, LOUISVILLE, KY. W. If. LOGAN, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. Manager. J.' ! ajr,, H-Semi-Week- ly ik STANDARD. Yesterday was a grand day rind tbo Ily PelosVey sire of KImr Toskey, record a i around were hero on horses for miles Mary Lou a ii.dain Eliia lane dam of Maud Mes K.C.mCAL TIME CARD. Will make the season of 1891 at my farm, the old senger t iMt. Hreere Wilkes will make the seaexhibition. Tbe show lasted for a couson of iVji at my place aV miles from Stanford on John Loyd Thurmon place, near Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning ple of hours and tho lovers of fine stock the Ruth llranch pike, Shelby City, at 5:20 p. m. enjoyed it supremely. THEV UltKEI) OX. THEY HREED ON. L & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. At $20 to Insure a Living Colt, Helmont Chief S0S9, owned by J. P. Money due as soon as the fact is ascertained. A 11 30 pn Mill train going North Crow, made n splendid show. He is a This fine young jack Is 13 hands high, Is a black lien Oil Cult Until money i t aid " " " South ...131pm fine 8 CHARLES Dl'NN, Staniord, Ky. mover and with bis fino breeding, and a jack of fine style. His head and cars arc Express train " South 1159pm Registered ns Hob Link. North 311 am was much admired. perfect. He must be seen to be appreciated Mr. Crow did not Sired by the great llelmont 64, sire of Nutwood Local Freight North 59 m .....6 GEORGE R. ENGLF.MAN, a 19 and a Fred Atthur a South. ' .....3 lap m bring his excellently bred private stal- in i8), ll't and sire of tH. Wedgewood dams of 36 a 30 aj daughters the Shelby City, Ky. 31 9 The latter trains also carry passengers. lion, Sumac. in 23011st, Standard Rule 6 The above is calculated on standard'time. Solar Mercer county was represented by D. time is about so minutes faster The Premium Saddle Stallion, Sired by Sultnn 1513, Record a 14. Kirst dam Iktlie Kinkcad by Contractor ioSj Second cousin to Maud S , Jay Eye Secand M. it A. S. Bowman's tine Belloview St.imboul a it, Huly ato)4, Alcater J sol Sire of Dr. West a 17W. Contractor was Mreilby Wilkes 13994. lie is one of the fastast sire oflull brother 10 Orange Girl a 30, by and as in JJ30 list and grnndsire n Sweethe.irt a n Ajax, ly Erricsson 140 ffS In 2 30 list 1st dam by 11. 3 in 10 I.ady sons of the great Red Wilkes 1749 and at Green's 10. Con tractor's dam brother Goilbey by ofFirst lUm Int. doc son of Old Pllei sire of Pilot, Jr., (u In a 10 ilv.es 519, Lady Dunton by George llamblcttnian 158, full to Volun(Shown last season 8 times as a and lit nnd the ulre of the dams of Maud S., Jay K,e of 2:29J. 1 21, site Harry Wilkes a I3, (ttiyWilKes Ajax sired 7 In a 30 list. record 3 years made a record teer and Sentinel. look 7 premiums and ceitilicate Sec und Nutwood. a i6l4, So So a i7 mid 69 in 30 lit a 15, Erricsson, Jr. Is a wild black. Mi hands hiei! likes was Charles Dunn's Breeze by Nlht Hawk Will make the seavm Second dam Josie, record a miles and ever) India horse ol i8yi at my place His colts are ol good dam full sitter to D.Monroe aSl, by 514, sire of RedCross a aojj, to, Second Minnie Warren a ?t( much admired and won additional inter- Jim Monroe 8)5, sire of Lady Monroe a 16), Kitty fnmi Stanford on the Dansille pike, sue, style and color, ate suitable forlhe farm, track and thedams o( Ed Anti.iu a 16' ',, Sentry a a, ,.. anil Kicti'iii mjtt., .n.t I..),, Mr ... Ilntes 2 10, Monroe Chief 1 i3'4 and 14 in a 30 Iht est in the Petoskey tribe. aM Tc,,nch. 2 aB Ac. depositions, can not be excelled for lamlly horses Jim Monroe by Alexander's Alnlallah 15. by Vermont Hero 141. slreof Lady At $15,to Insure a Mare in Foal, Third dam Adonis, the young Second Jewell stal(ic him a Irlnl 11ml l,M miiLinr.,1 11. ......i. """" M for in and Gen Knox, sire nf Ladv Maud 2 iSVf . Money due when the mare is parted vsith or bred lion, property of Mr. F. F. Sandidge, is a Third dam by Duvall's Mambrino, son of 'Whip. Calnior 1 I9 nJ 7 " a 30 list. to another horse 1'rhHtc stallion. fineBaddler aud Mr. Sandidge secured Tho Small Sum of $12.50, Lord Clifton is a beautiful red sorrel, with a BELMONT CHIRK is a rich bay in color, was foaled iniSe; he stands full 16 hands Inch and good mano and lail, 151 ri.suds, foaled ill iSM and several by showing him. lUne.(ua ed in hlstorvl t my stable iV, miles from horse, muscular development, showing great power. He lias is a perfect saddle horse Hustons He, cm the llu.lci.isille ,v Liberty turnJ. Steele Carpenter had his fine sad- is strictly a fine of lejj,smooth turned tf extra finish, the indnidual merit ol this mill.cn in form, fin- Those who want to breed to a good saddle stal- pike flat, clean and hard in an excellent set load. Will also stand my lion are mrdially insltrd to look at my horse and ish and action is fully up to and in keemnfr with his high breeding. His oldct colts are coming dlers, Wallace Denmark and Lexel, and owned by K. W. Cribbs, Dccatui, ice linn iiii. t; and also show great natural speed He hail a Ho wis sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunningto the breeder of the first 230 of Mich., that went trials better than a 30 last er. $ will pay was the recipient of a liberal share ham's Jewel, ii! by old Washington Denmark. performer ot Ins get since he his been owned by mc. tho compliments of the day. His first dam lannic by a sen ofGill's Vermont; liELMOXI' CHIEF will make tho season of 1891 nt tuy place nuar McKinncy at At TKN DOLLARS to mare in foal. Jii nam uy oiu .Montr, winrougllljriHl. Charley Spoonamore's Kd Barlow for him Lien irlained en colt till season Is paid. with Return Privilege. Mares grared at reasonable rates, but not re- - His roll, apeak well to either and then trading or Insure or tho l'erxons brceUlntr J;i7o was the subject of much favorable brewing the nitre elsewhere, renders money dye loiitliIe mr accident, should any occur. Mares kept on pood grass at i per month; owners' nk. 8 K. S. I'OWKLL. comment and many wondered why the G A LACKEY, Stinfotd Hustonsille Ky. " owner stood him at such n low figure. P. CROW, A. M. Pence's Rienzi stallion, Pence, StallioiiN. A cream or tartar baking powder Highest o was in fine trim aud handled himself to all in leavening strength -- Latest U. S. Govern the satisfaction of his host of admirers. ment Food Report His King Buckden Baddler was also This young sta'hon will be permitted to serve a Wallace Denmark, Lexcll, Tom ., n, .nlil.. ..& m.I I...... . fV.tr greatly admired. Robinson. furdun tho pike, at Hon. G. A. Lackey's Silver King stud, The raniy Saddle Stallion, This thoroughbred will make the seaon of 1S91 $12.50 to Insure a Living1 Colt. Lord Clifton, was much complimented ,AT.. at my farm oil thcManfonl and Millidgevlllepiko qualities will not be nnd his fine saddle 6 miles from Manlord and 14 miles from .Milledgc-villDescription and Pedigree bilter Tipisair.ee & forgotten by the breeders of this section. M. bay with fine mane anu tail, hind ankles white and think a horse This fino horse has made 8 showings in to Insure a Living Colt, ueHe was will make thegreat show saddle horse, At $10 Is rich Mahogany bay, n)i hands high, heavy sired by Ky. premium mane and tail , is strictly lihe and lancv, is both a fair rings and has to his credit 7 premiKing heby On l'line, he by Stones. all Jacknal .ral and pleasant saddler, breeds fancy and I Money due when the colt is foaled or marc parted son ums and one certificate. wttn. A lien retaineu on an colts until seasun .Silver King's dam Mollie Mounre as sired by when iiuieily drlsen in harness goes like a trotter money is paid, CibheU'i Lesington ; ad dam by oung America, He islngh tail stjlr sin both sllt to the third gen- is the Bros, phowed their handThe Beazley Hrcechloader is a rich dark bay, he by lasUr's Mcssrnger Decription eratlon, Is barked by thoruughhredton both sides, with black points, heavy mane and tail, hands some young stulllon, Siver Tip. He is a Silser i'lp's tl'st ilain wasbv Skedaddle, Mor- making him very a. the and sprightly in gait; in high. Hit colts are large, fine and of solid color, ris's lamous sadd He was sired by horse, fie by Olivtr, he by lorm and finish n nerteit model handsome bay and kuows how to hancan be seen at S. Tevis.' Sumpter Denmark, he by Goldard's Denmark, he Wagoner I'edlgrve No. 4;, llreechloadcr, bay, foaled in by Gunm , Cromwell's Denmark, he by the race Will make the season of 1S91 at my stable i miles Skccdaddtc's 1st dam Mcdos, dam Trumpetdle handle liiuir elf as well as the best from Milledgcxille, Lincoln county, on the Stan- 1SK0. IIT Imp It ilie 1511. horse Denmark he by Imp Hedgeford ; id dam Aratus His first iley, grandam of ford .V lilledgesillc pike, Iirt dam Nellie dam Mary Churchill llinetf by er Silver lip's ad dam was by lied Lion of them. ""'J bXl.fS" Wfll'aie. hei...t Todhuiitcr's, !,,Hob Johnson; ad Sir by Alex. .. .... , w,. all.... iiiiiuui;ni'ciii . vi. li Mates at reasonable rales but no responsiCapt. T. A. Elkin showed a couple of At $15 to Insure a Living1 Colt, Churchill; 3d dam by Imp Margrave, grandam of bility lor keptidents or e apes ilamby irginius lilnnof Virgitims by Tranhy, ac King Alfonso; 4th dam Mistletoe by Cherokee tberouchbre.1) he by the celebrated Mason's Marrs patted with forfeits insurance Lien reSims and Wyanfine ones. His Arthur d Suvan by Tiger; flh dam by tained 011 nits fur season Money due when rnaro is parted with. 5th dam " "'I'l't r "am a Hipp mate, dam dotte are as handsomely bred a pair as Adonis is a beautiful dark bay with black points, Albert; ;thdam by Algerlne. 8th dam by (ire) a mare purchased in Virginia by I1UAZI FY HUMS, Alfred. 9th 15 hand 3 inches high wns most anybody can show and did them- and is aJ grand saddle horse. foaled Auguit, 18S8, Capt llurbridge for breeding but whose pedigree is o Those who want to now lost , belies Stanford, Ky, ed to be by Americux: loth dam by are selves credit by their trotting proclivi- breed to a handsome Kentucky saddle stallion and by Imp Monkey, nth dam by Imp. Medley; litn Sj.ntl Wallace Denmark above, is a beautiful invited to look mine oscr and'see his action black is. hands .', Inches high, heavy mane and dam by Imp Shirk, 13th dam Imp i'cartuiunht style. by the Lexington ties. tan, el g.. weight an.l fine style. 3 years oM nest Imp, Itillet, sire ot abuse horse and isl.o Miss He was sired by the grand show horse. Second S., E. F. Fatilconer had Woodford, Kelt idere, The Lionets, &c .died Vilesni'lle Ti ' P',",1'ng Mtlette,toll stain he by Cunningham's Jewel, he by Washy Mills Co., Lexing- brother of Geneva S., andQuinine recip-a Jewel ; Denmatk. "am ly His get won l.it season $110,041 and he stood by V..',:11 ington was the Sir II; ace.as given a!wie, Vldelle by Yindex, second tn the list of wiru.uig sires, He was 24 Ilalcorn; by on the At our stables miles west of old old Hawk ton, Ky. For sale by all ient of many compliments. He promis- adHis first dam Minnie, by McDonald's dam un. yearjo. and hi get won from 1887 to 1888 J9,-a- o Shelby City pike,J this fme)oung Stanford ttalhea heindexI loot's lira,brk Hawk he byChief,lllack dam by first dam by Wells' Crusader, his saddle lit dam Mamliamn ad known, but thought to be an Oliver. will be permitted In sersc Hay Messenger, 3.I dam I.) Cannons Whipp mares I will also stand at the same place my fine jack es to equal Ins speedy sire. first-cla- ss Adonis will be allowed to scrse ten or fifteen Grocers. R. Gentry & Son, of Boyle, showed good mares only. TOM E0BIITS01T, At $15 to Insuro a. Living Colt. at reasonable prices, Mares kept on grass STEVE WALKER, fail to Cream Gambetta 1172, sire of Cleo, and a but not responsible for or fed accidents should any any Son ol Wallace Denmark bImvc ; 1st dsm by He Description and Pedigree Denmark, luidani I lor, jr. id dans bv At $10 to Insure a. Living Coll. Money due at dark brown, with small star and is a beautiful F F. SANDIDGE, good privatu stallion that they have not yet occur. if you snip, good mane weaning tinmcr when mate is parted with He is and tall, Milledgcxille. Ky. 0 old and is lull i$i hinds high, is hue shaped 3d dam by Old Dretin" n Tom named. 3 jears a brottn jack with svi lie points, 9 years old in juue hurse. black with heavy mane and and a happy Cook. T. B. Walker, of Lancaster, had and full isVj hands high He wasjsired by Aiken's commanding n appearance and vmmetni.it In tail, 15', hands high, a nauml saddler and has King William, ho by King- Phillip First dam a form. Sired by King Eagle (the Atkins bone ) proven biiiuclf a fan. v breeder first dam by Star Eagle, d dam by Hamlet I he above stack wifl make the sea.von of itVji Illack atin jennet, she wj tired by King Phillip, Orange Wilkes and Denmark at ad dam by Morecastle, he by Jim Portr This Denmark, Dolans , id dambj Harris' Denmark my farm i miles from Hustonvdle, near CarpenKing Eagle was got by lilac Eagle Star Ksgle ter's and received a full quota of kindly menproven himself a fine breeder jack has A uumbor suti.n, r, will Ktmntcd to serve marcs as got by Cabbie's Lexington, dam by Garrard by the of his colts have sold for $io at weaning timo Insurance, tions. Standard Rulo i. Money due when the colt is foaled or mare part Chief. Hamlet Denmark svaa by Washington Denmark, dam by Unison's HambUtnuian. Harof Madison SandGilt Edge, property Rlack stallion. s6' hands high, foaled in lSSt, ed with, hen retained till the money is paid. Wallace and Lexcll at $15, MAGIC ris' Danmark was by Miller's Denmark P W. LOGAN, O.ner. 9 A Goldsmith, Orange county New York. Considering bis fine sue, color, stle nnd action, idge & Son, was much admired. He is bred by by Castelar iooz And Torn nt$0, Sired together with his most excellent breeding, wc First dim Woburn Maid, by Woburn jgj, (the a beautiful sorrel and moves with much think wc have places! his services loc Stock, commuted to my care and breeding will ad dam by a Mambrino dam of Carver Care taken to present accidents but no responlecclse ray personal attention Grass furnished at ease and grace. horse ; 3d dam by Mambrino Messenger. sibility should any occur. reasonable tales, o l paid tr before removal ol Castelar io5i, by Volunteers!, sire of St Julien LuChancy Denmark was shown by CHOLERA CURE! stock. No responsibility for an Idents or escaptw auj.etc; lit dam Miss Nodlne by Hammond, Also at the same time and place we will stand I'srllrg with tv k or removal from neighborhood of sonot Potter's Clay; t& dam Wells' Star, clam of ther Underwood and was tho subject the fine imported jack, lorfsitit In.uraiue and males season due Artillery a at and Modesty 3 26, by American Record 2.36, much favorable comment. Mar 14 ; 3d dam by Demand. J SiLKI.K CAKl'LNTKR. 9 STANDARD. dam Miss Woburn J. K. Baughman had on exhibition Ccoley, by34s, dy Hamblctonian 10; 1st ot Geo, HroMii horse, 16 hands foaled Mty, 1885 Telegraph 301; ad dam the dam SIRED UY RII.NV.I. Naboth and Star Denmark. Tho former Cooler, by Friday. . He is a black, nearly 15 hands high, of fine bone miles at my stable Ed Harlow Hull brother to King Rene 2 30)$. andaclion,and will serve mates and the latter is a from Stanfordwill standnow white Oak 3 and Du is a speedy 3 year-olon the First dam dam of Pence 2 2952, by Almont River turnpike, near Duddcrjr's Mill, Standanl Rule 6 ) At $10 to Insure a Living1 Colt. saddler of much reputation. Forrest a 39), son of Almont 2 39)4. Second dam by Garrard Chief, site of Ilasil A lien will be retained on colts fee season Sired by Dictator 113 (sire ol Jay Kye Seo 2 10, George Dictator 3SG2, the property of At $10 to Insure a Living1 Colt. Duke a a8!. R It. K. P. WOODS 6 Phallas t ijjj, Director a 17 andto others in the Third dam by Grey Eagle (Doner's, mre of ad M. S. Baushman, was in fine trim and a to list. Ed. Harlow's colls that have come this spring dam of Lady lias is a First dam Alice, by Almnnt 33. 31. showed himself to be a fine mover. He are good ones and bid fair to make valuable aniFourth dam by Coppcrbcttom, sire of dam of Second Jim Numu, by Alexander's Norman as. mals. Ilasil Uuke jS),. Third dam Young Twsman mare, by Coeur cfe is by Dictator 113, sire of Kienzi was sired by Helmont, dam Illandina Leon Metis ) (dam of wigcrt with 27 in 3 30 or better, AbdulPhallas, Director and 20 others in the I will also stand at the same time and place Fourth dam Old Twyman mare untraced. lah Pilot, 3 better than 2 o and King Rene 30? Almont 3j (sire of Fanny Withcrspoon 2 16 my young jack, 2:30 list. with 15 in a 30 list, by Mambrino Chief: ad dam Piedmoni a 17H nd 35 others in 230, also sire ilurch mare (dam of Rosalind a alK and Donald King Hoy is a dark bay, ears old, 16 hands of the dams of Alabaster, 4 years a is., J II. The thoroughbred Waukesha, proper2 27) by Drown Pilot. Rienri is full brother of hlzh and Is an elegant combined horse. Kichardum 2 17M, Catchfly 18, Hinder King Ketie a 30, sire of Fugue a ii)Vi Mist J 29H He was sired by llortuns horse, he by Dr.. ty of Samuel Reid, attracted much atWilkes j aoJ(, Acolyte 2 ai and ai in ihe charm-ePrince Edward s 24?, Sarcenet 2 25 aud 11 othHerr's Mambrino King, dam by Steamboat on." circle1 by Abdallah is; 1st dam Sally AnderAt $S to insure a living colt. Joe is a red jack, 3 ers a tention. in 30 ed by Chedwell.of Virginia. son by Mamtirino Chief 11; ad dam Kate by j cars old last October, full 15 hands high, of fine Almont list Forrest 2 395, sired by Almoin 2 39(4 The dam was raised by Stephen Satrpson, first Pilot Jr u. style and action; bred by the late Peyton LmDree, (sire of Screamer, Jr., owned by James 37 with records of 2 30 or better and 4b dsm by Frank Wolford; ad dam by original Jim Norman 25 (sire ot l.ula s Lincoln count, anil has a double cross of Jim May Queen a ao.ol Thousands of dollars worth of chickHell; 3d dam by original Denmark, who ran iS Jr., proved himself a fine saddler. of breeding:, call sires with 131 trotters with records of 2 the dams of Norsul 217 Nurmon Medinm Porter. For Information as to his and his daughters have a8 with recordscf 2 jo consecutisc miles in a race at New Orleans; 4th ens aro destroyed by Cholera every a 30, etc by Morse Horse 6; 1st dam blocum on Wm. Gooch, of Lincoln, or J. P. Embree, of K. P. Woods Eagle Bird is a "dandy" or better First dam by Edwin Forrest tsithtwo dam by Sir Klioit; jth iUm by (tray haitle ; oih a are, s. t. b by Majnum llonum, Madison. year. It is more fatal to them than dam by Huirarj. Dlctttor, the sire of :eorge Dictator, for many Money due on all seasons when the colt comes in 2 30 list and sire of tho dams of 11 in 2 3011st. sure enough. He is of the old Star EaGarrard Chief sired Mambrino Chict; 1st dam Will make the season of 1891 at my farm, the years languished in obscurity and really nevall other diseases combined. But the gle Btock and of course a fine saddle or marc traded off Dolly Dixie by Frank; 2d dam by Aratus; id dam old Wm. Hall place, 5 miles from Stanford, 8 er had a chance at the stud until he came to C. M SPOONAMORE. by Hambletmian: 4th dam by Uiomed. Garrard discovery of a liquid remedy that Kentucky, then 13 years old and having up to tiorse. Chicfsiredlli.il fluke 2 a8'i, Mambrino Hippy At $8 to Insure a Livingbut foals that less 200 destroys the Microbes has been Colt. fonti,time only39 few ofand at 20 hsd out than well 2 3154, Red Ctook a 3aU, Maggie Lee 2 37 and The string of Messrs. S. H. & J. H n and them were cf Nobby, sire of Nobby. Ir. ai81..nnd also slied hew stslltons impart more speed to bred mares made. Half of the young chickens At the smae place I will stand my fine young Baughman, including Minstrel, Little the dam of Mistake 2J)! and Don l'iurro, 3. year 1891. his descendants, and besides they base enduJack, old record a 14K, Ed Cambrel a 27 nro killed by Microbes before they aro Ruifian,Powhattan,ConcregauandEap;le rance combined with level heads. He is the Helmont sired by Alexander's Abdallah 2 41 tst sire of ti in the 2 or bttirr list, 24 irelters ami. fryers. A bottle is enough for Denmark, received a liberal portion of dam Belie dam of McCurdv's Hamblctonian pacers. The trotters arc headed byJayKyo a a6U by .Mambrino Chief, ad Jam Ilelle Loup by 100 chickens. It is guaranteed. If, Scea 10, I'hilUsa j.. Director i;. We do He is by an imported Snaniih jack and has a fine favorable comment. Uellfounder. Helmont is the siro of 35 in the 2 30 stallion that has three such not know bed and laigc bones. He will stand after using two thirds of a bottle, you list, ins uaugntersnave prouucea3i in 30 list anil Bros, exhibited Messenger, a sous with the same speed and number of boats, Etibanks 30 of his sons have sired ui with records of 330 trotted Jay has s,S heats better aro not satisfied with it as a euro for full brother to Maud Messenger, 2:10, or better. At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. 3.311, Director HjeSVe Phallas 48, a total of than 7 and 163 Almont a 39, sired by Alexander's Abdallah return it to tho druggist from etc. Cholera, beats in 1 30 or better 242; 1st dam bailie Anderson by Mambrino Chief; A Hen will be retained on colts till season montrotting will show year's whom you purchased it, and he will F. Reid's Dorsey GolddtiBt, a full broth- By Longfellow, dam Slipper by ad dam Kate by Pilot, Jr, Almont a ' sired 37 ey is paid, but if mare is parted with season money that The returns of this lireeds on through Ins sons Dictator not nnlv with records of 2 30 or belter and his daughters becomes due and daughters, but lo his grandsons arc putting refund your money. 2:22A, and a near relative of Planet, er to Estelle, have 38 in 2 30 or better, .6 of his sons have sued a number of horses the J 30 list His sou, Col, I S PHILLIPS, 121 in a 10 list Edwin Forrest mred by Voung was one of the Dick Loonier 1, Hambrick, has 1, Commander 6 am Manlord, Ky, For tale by W. II Mc Robert , druggist Stan- Maud S. and Johnston, iiay Kentucky Hunter. 1st dam by Watkin s Director 6, Junius I, Phallas 2, Pretender j, ReAt $20 to Insure. Highlander. Kdin Forrest is the sire of Hilly SPEED ford. favorites of the day. Combined Stallion 'I en sons STYLE. porter 1, Delineator t and Kndymion Hoskins a 26 and Champagne 230 and his sired 19 trotters Erricsson, Jr., E. S. Powell proprietor, daughters have produced 11 in 230 list and hU His staui'hters promise to make great brood sons have produced 5 with records of 230 or bet- LEXINGTON DENMARK mares They have produced Hrown, Libert, GonOne of his ter. Alexander's Abdallah 2 42 sired by Rysdv k's DORSEY GOLD DUST, made nn excellent allowing. also greatly dola, Keller Thomas, Kvening Star. Garnet, Last Hamblctonian, dam Katie Darling. Alexander's Sullivan, was Chance, Nancy Hanks, Northwest,VlctoriaWilkes, Abdallah a 42 is the sire of 6 in the 23011st; his Matlie Solomon and Williams. Marget S by Direcadmired. daughters have produced 27 with records ol 2 30 Will mako the season tf 1801 at Rest tor has a record of 2 iaV and N'aucy Hanks has Standard No. 11051. lly Monarchist, or better and his sons have sired 106 with records Farm' near Shelby City, Ky , a record of 2 la1, a third heat made in a race, and Capt. B. F. Powell showed Solid Shot, of a 30or better. Mambrino Chiel sired by Mamshe a never been beaten His grandson, brino Paymaster; 1st dam the dam of Goliath 131 At $15 to Insure a Living a handsome Dam Imp. Bon Bon, by Macaroni, Mambrino by Phallas. has put 3 In the list. Colt. Chief has 6 in 230 list and his daughyoung; roaditer stallion is an inbred Gold This L a Girl ti)Ki I'hallene 330 and V'irginius .. ... . A. W. Carpenter's King Curtis 0031 oO ters have 23 with records of 2 30 or better and his uu uu.b. fiMicu iu Auri', 1037 is a uiijr .1f..1l in nanus Livestock Record. He is a blood bay, 15', hands high, left hind 2 ii At $15 to Insure. sons have sired 81 in the 2 30 circle. speedy and unexcelled in style, action, finish and showed himself to be a fine stepper and George Dictator is a black stallion, 15 hands 3 heavs mane Pilot, Jr.,by old Pilot, dam Nancy Pope: Pilot foot white, Saddlewnod and tail. imposition. high, foaled In 184, is a handsome fellow and will Sired by I oil brother to Estel e, trial v.tiSi, Cor nne, 3. won much praise. Jr,'is the siren! 9 with records of 1 30 or better First t.im by Smith's Almont, sire of Katie How- certainly sire extreme speed He was bred for a and his sons have sired 18 with records of 2 3011ml ard trill a 38 and Montrose, the speedy and (treat stock horse. He will stand Wellington. 2 io); ad dam by There were a number of fine jacks exbetter and his daughters have produced 34 with premium colt of 88, Sired by Zilcasdi Golddust Saddlewoed, a grand saddle horse, was by records of 2 30 or better and two of his daughters 4400 by Golddust 150 by Vermont Morgan,) hibited and they kept the air resonant Wildwood; istdam by Star Denmark, the winner At $20 to Insure a Living Colt. producid Maud S. 2 o.', and Jay Kye Seo a 10. Clo'er related in Maud S., 2081, and Johnston. Rysdyk's Hamblctonian sired by Abdallah; is of 100 premiums; ad dam by an imported saddle a..'.,l,r .fr.llini llin rft fllfln trot in public as fast it w2. ..or ftA with their peculiar music. By Imp. Glenelg, dam Charles Kent mare by Imp fiellfounder; ad stallion; 3d dam by Veech's Hamblctonian, stallion to at 35, sire of Wildwood was by lll.ickwood 74 a 31 dam One Eye, by llishop's Hamblctonian; 3d dam IHOGAXT. cigarette, nam 01 nosaima wiik.es une fastest sireof lllackwood, Jr.,2 2a(; lit dam Kate Mesmare of the W Ikes family, record 2 14K! Whirl- Austra- Silver Tail, by Imp Meswnger. Rysdyk's Ham- senger by Interior Journal HORSE SHOW DAY. The Imported Younp; Jack, Lincoln Stoek Farm, STJMAC. WYLEY. Brz Wilk. IIcKINNFY, KENTUCKY. BELMONT CHIEF 8688. ' ERRICSSON, JR., Nut-woo- llamble-tonia- LORD CLIFTON, a- -s ear-ol- d d W.l-o- n 1 1 "' m-tre- 1 Toxxxig POWDER $50 to S30 Season, ie Jack Absolutely Pure J. Proprietor. SILVER TIP. t..-- Saddle m BREECHLOADER. Paid For Hides and Fnr; R ELKIN C0S, e. Wallace Denmark Stanford, Sil-s- The BEST FLOUR CREAM ADONIS ij I 1 1 o.,?.' - ,,,,, FLOUR use want ltlack-byc- LE2EL, made Roller EAGLE BIRD. 1 '' 1 . Don't Flour Bread Mil-ler- 's y, 11 - AIMTER' G s Ed Barlow 2375. ! JHT PENCE! Three-year-old JOHN S. WEIXS. Q-eo- d Dictator 3862. Jay-Eye-Se- e, KING BOY. V ' Jo Embree, 4 d Pep-pie- s, 300-bett- er ii, ) jkwi-tivcl- y - Stallions for 50-ec- nt SAM. 1 4 1 MINSTREL, 1 39-- 111 1 - 1 LITTLE RUFFIN, "Tr-selc- rs Phal-lamo- nt !. Phulla-mo- I .1 I ! C -- A 1. .. 1. year-ol- d POWHATTAN III Dam Florence I, Imp. lian, wina, 2 24, r annte Unlddust, a 25'-,- , fcs elle 2i Dam Florence, dam of Estelle a 2il, by Golden Minco Chief, son of Gaff's Comet .Mrirn.i. Oversoo of the 330 perfcruicis have n strong sniusion ui uoionusianu Morgan D ooa. Dorsev Golddust will made the nrwnt season at my place aJ mi es from Stanford on the Hus- lUUVllIC JIIAC. At $15 to Insure. At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. Mnares kept on reasonable terms, Personal given, but notie.ponslble for accidents. same tim und place, will mike the season At si ith one of Levi Huhble's best bred )unf jacks CONCEEGAN, By Ten Broeck, dam by Planet, At $10 to Insure. The Saddle Stallion, I blctonian has sired 41 with records of a 30 or better and his daughters have produced 75 with records of 2 3oor better and 19 of his sons have sued 783 with records of 2 30 or better. PENCE is a horse ot great speed; 229 Vj 11 no mark of his speed. Owing to an accident getting fastened in his stall which threw him out ot training he would now have a mark of 2 20 or better In a race at Nicholasville he trotted as good as 2 2s. With the blood of Hamblctonian, Mambrino Chief, Pilot, Jr., and Edsvin Forrest and as great an individual as he is, Pence is bound to make a great stock horse. He will make tho season of 1891 at my stable miles irom Stanford on the Hustonsille pike, 1 1 At $30 to Insure a Living Colt. ROSCOE. --- .. ...11. ....!- - UUUU9. ucarty 15 .nanus wiiu wunc .!.i. high, fine length. Iwne and body, 3 years old, First dam l)olj Wilaired by Joe IMackburu. liams by Royal Mammoth; ad dam IiVsc htnbry, uy oiajiiu jsiw"wti 111, uj uuiiitiaii m jack, his dam by Jim 1'orter; 3d dam Ellen Illthe Compromise; 4th dam by Illythc's Hanibal, he by TW Lt Snnu nnM 1... ll.nnaf w, .11 . J ..wumw., nf HI 4U ti.:.tt..i. uciidmvk Eagle Denmark, At $10 to Insure. For pedigrees and particulars, Having removed my Barber Shop to the Com mercial Hotel, I am prbpared to accommodate ladles as well as gentlemen in anything they may wish lu my line. Children also waited on. Call "ante. JESSE THOMPSON, InCommercial Hotel, KING BUCKDEN Will stand at same place by Messenger. Jr; ad dam by Davy Crock-c"ijd dam by Ilrunswick, son of Sumpter; dam by Davis' Hainblttonian. 4th Smith's Al, mont by Almont 33, sire ot Westmont a Fanny Witherspoon 2 16, Ac Hlackwool 74 by Norman 25, sire of Lula 214'., May Queen a 30, &c. Dam by Mambrino Chief. Lexington Deumark is claimed to be one of the handsomest and most beautiful horses in Kentucky. He is fashionably bred ill saddle and trotting fines, is a grand saddle horse, a finegaitcd trotter and goes the gaits naturally. He has shown a a jogail, both racking: and trotting.with out any preparation. He emanates from the highest class of saddle and premiun horses In Kentucky on his aire's side and bis dam represents someof the best trotting families in the whole country. Thiscombinatiou produccsthe best combined horses in the world and those which command the best prices in all eastern markets. Any one will have to see him to appreciate his great-nesJr s. Hay stallion, 16 hands high; foaled 1885. Sired by KING C.KSAR. (Ily llogan's Administrator.) First dam Carrie Allen, by Ashland Jr. Second dam by Sir Robin, Third dam by Giltner Ilrown's Highlander. King Cwsar by llogan's Administrator (sire of Major Landers 2 n sou of Administrator 357 (sire of Catchfly a iS'f, McMahon a 21 and f others ma 30); dam by American Clay 34 (sire of Granville a 26. Maggie Hriggs aa7 etc) ad dam (dam of Wilcox 3 i6', nnd Hnld Wllkea 210) by Red. Hawk; 3d dam by Mambrino Chief 11. . ogan will stand At $10 to Insure. ui.- -,. . .mi I alto hare Five Splendid Jacks, Two ol which ore noted as the best jennet jacks, and will serve jennets at js for n jack colt nnd $15 lor a Jennet and will servo mares jvta son county, to Levi Hubble, .!. ', At $10 for a Living- Colt. - A lien will be retained on colts for season. K. REID, Stanford. S address b. Ji, 9 Or J. rl. AJAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. He is a bright bay wi'hout ary white, is 13! hands high, fine mane and tail, of fine action and is a natural saddle horse;, by Silver King, the great premium horse. First dam by Imp. Iluck-ae- n; ad dam by Denny's Drennon; 3d dam by Filmore. Fllmore was a great show horse in his day. He was by Montgomery's Whip and out of a mare by Frank, thoroughbred. Mares kept at reasonable rates bit not responsif ble for escapes or accidents. I At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. I will alio stand my splendid young jack, Imported Hidalgo, 1 A.M. PENCE, SUrlsrd.Kr Four years old, black with white points, hands high, and a "jim dandy,' at $ic to insurei a living The other jacks are colt, due October 1st, 1892, or when mare is parted serve mares with. Lexington Denmark's fee will be due when cok is foaled or mare is parted with. Mares kept at $a These animals will per month owners' risk. I solicit a close (nipeo-tio- n 1. S. TEVIS, Someriet pike 2 miles ofmy stock, 8 Shelby City, Ky. M.S. 4 At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. fine mule jacks and will At $10 to Insure. stand at my sublet on the south of Staniord, BAUGHMAN, Stanford. - fesuftsiVfrayrr ttflfcji ; yj.s,, H UL