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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891042101 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. r- - Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. MIDDLEBURQ, CASEY COUNTY. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. APRIL 21. 4891, To The Voters of Lincoln County. A , NO. 14 LONDON Our doctors report tin community iu a distressingly healthful condition at present Kov. (J. C. Smith preached nt the Uaptist church Saturday. Hro. Smitli has n brand new wife, of which beseems to be Very proud. Nov. J. Howling will attend the Southern Itaptist convention sit Ilirming- am, Ala., which convenes on tin Stli of May lie will bu abient about ten days. James Nail him been unpointed received for Kohcrt Knight, who deserted liirt wife and eloped with the widow fomi) time ana. He Hold his olIVetM last Saturday to satisfy vaiious claims against Knight. A couple of fruit agents cut a wide "owath"at Yosciuitea week or more auo, for which they may yet have to account. They linik'd from l.ittlo South Fork and their names will be given to the readers i f the iNTttttimi Joiiin.u. iih noon hh your Hi nbu is enabled to obtain them. Hev. J. N. Howling has moved from Mc Kinney to thin place, lie is superintending the work of the Jniue Wash I list. tute. Ho iri ho full of badness and talks business incessantlv that our loaf- ,C have become u ncoui fortable in his preheiice and have betaken themiclves tofoiuo moro useful employment. John and Nelson Wilcher, tan bark t .en, are wortiing a large force of men in t ie knolis hereabout. They have a confor 150 cords, but they intend hantrail dling more than double that amount. Holland & Coulter are also dealing iu tho business and are woik-mforce of men in tho knobt near a under tho Mipervisiou of Mike J jIICH. If those who own properly here w uld build a few cottages to rent tliey viou'd dorivu a h.tndtrumc income yearly Iruin the rent of them, besides tulil great-ito the ap)uarance of our village. Tliuru are are only six houses in town to rent anil they are scarcely lit to live in. They have becomo dilapidated and are to the town. Yet tho owner in renting them for from $3.50 to ?T per If there were half a doMii or month nure neat dwelling- built the owner of these old shanties would be compelled to repair them, or they would remain lu-in- an ly g v ovo-sor- - empty. it idea of tho tmonnous extent of the government printing ollii'e may be gained when we statu that the public printer hai asked bidH for 15.1KH1 pounds of EngliHb, .000 pound of pica, T.'i.OOO V pounds of long primer, 00,000 pounds of brevier and IS.OOO pounds of nonpareil Of JO 5,000 poundH, or about It this amount $1,000 poundH have been awarded to our house. That is what the compositor would term a big "take." Typo must bo deliveied by the tlrst of September. It is the largest contract ever taken by a Western foundry. Jlarjhartllro". it Sp.n Uei'aTypu Founder, Chicago. car-load- I Mi all's Thiiiitk to Ci.kvli,in. In-gal- ls -- d says: "Lincoln, Grant, Hayes, and Harrison all read their inaugurals Cleveland spoke hit). It showed how thoroughly he had his intellect disciplined. There, beforo .r0,000 people, wlieru tho slightest mistake would have been held up to the country, with a piece of paper no larger than a visiting card, It to guide him, lie spoke to tho world was tho most remarkable exhibition of neryo nnd control over given by a president on his inauguration day." liar-Hel- After a silence which has grown monotonous, we lmvo concluded to speak out. Ah a matter of t fact, brethren, wo Frankwrotu Thu llrcnd-v- itinera." fort Capital. You wrote "Tho No, you didn't. r.eautiful Snow" and "Littlo Annio but tho author of "The remains u secret between our-seand the Harpers Publishing Co. Jessamine Journal. v Koo-uoy- ," Hread-winners- '1 lf John Oliver Daniels, of Hrunswick, is a colored man who is attached to coast survey. In connection with that business be has a school numbering over 100 scholars, which ho teaches at the rate of 25 cents n week per siholar. Hospeaka French, Spanish and English fluently. thohy-drographic . - Half a tea8poonful doses rehuvo tho irritation of tho throat caused by coughing. Mixed with powdered tannic acid and diluted with water. It is n good gargle for a relaxed soro throat. Mixed with four times as much rose water it makes n healing wash for chapped (ii.YiKui.NK. hands. In the United States nuniully about 2,500 porsous aro tried for murder, with an average af about 100 legal executions. In five of the States imprisonment 'for life has been established for tho death penalty. Tho hottest place oil eurth is said to bo CaliforDeath Valley, in nia, with a record of 130 degrees Fahrenheit, beating the highest record of Sahara Debert and tho shores of tho Persian Gulf. south-eastern f?ltlll Oli.llilMi mil 'IO Iti.tiuttitii. Archbishop Itynn, of the Catholic from tho numerous assurances received' ." '"u filr't lamps are now np and Church, has issued an order forbidding from friends iu various parts of the couu give ngiii nigiitly, moon or no moon. any Sunday funerals in the future. R. IL C?nic nf I ...... n ....!..!. ..,.,, ..ju,, vslllllll iiuikii i Mint tl,..,,. iu ,. .,r......ii...... ....:...... :.. .. .a, i iu in i, i'ii .niiimiiiiilil.iJi in , , , Hev. J. C. Cold well left Thursday ' "u,''"u,, ''" very valuable horso favor of an East laid man representing for Mercer county to hold u protracted county iu tho next General As-- l'" Ir.0f'" ,,'". 1''rl',ny "k1, meeting, and will also attend I'rsbytery I'ttman, who has been I take this meth- - , , ' before his return. Klizibethtown News. numbly of Kentucky, orBveraI weeks, has gone to Man- oil of formally aiitiounciiig to von my Tho Uev. James Mc.Malion, pastor of to visit Jierson, W. C. Pitman, St. Andrew's Koman Catholic church, candidacy for that olllce. Iu deciding Mr8",at'k McGee is very sick and is I Xew York, lias given real estate in that to make tho race have not acted from "0t .PX,H,clu,11 to livi'- - Two of K. II. any ambitious impulse, nor have I ls?en city and Long llranch valued at 0 'hildren aro very cick with influenced by any peronal motives; but to the Catholic University ut Washsimply from a desire to serve the people "R'a"Hington. ll,e democratic candidate fortius of my county in what hope to1 Mrs. W. Welch lias received a ibeaiisefiilcaiMcitv. I ..... nn onlior. r,,1!",H,I0"n' '"":t will he from Bell letter from I'ev. tieorge O. Harncs sugcounty and the namu will be announced I gesting a plan for Mutemalic contribu- iinr do make any pretensions to states in a few days. tions by his friends for him and Hev. manship. Tho long sessions of past Chris Jackson exhibited a very large pretty good evidences that Geo. W. Dunlap, both of whom are in there has been a little too much oratory blue heron on the streets Sunday that he need of funds to push forward the gosin that body. What I believe thu peo- had killed on tho Littlo Laurel. It will pel of that Love they preach, and it will ple want at this time is moro businefB bu stulled by Dr. Melcon. appear in our Friday's issue. ro ''ol1" , ,Io,IK'B has been here and less moro economy The meeting conducted by Hev. and less prodigality. Therefore, if I am t0 8e nbo,,t !"'8 raniliilncy for euperin-- , Hen Helm and Hro. Joe Hopper, at I'"Hc instruction ami will elected your representative, it shall be J1'"'01"-olias been wonderfully blessed. oiiaulernblo following. my first and most solicitous care to ilis-Thus far sonm 10 persons have professed -,lrk a Great Shows aro advertised faitli in Christ and quite a number of Ichnrgoitia manner as faithfully, elli-- ! '" 'x,ll,,it ,lt,re next Saturday. A circus cieiitlyand conscientiously as lies with- others have expressed an interest upon ' n,wa.vs rawa a crowd here and the prob-in the scope of my power tho duties of a the subject of religion. All christian nl,iIl,3' is will he many present. I shall give my best atpeople should pray that the work will representative. St'"iltor Harris met so littlo encour tention to your interests and endeavor goon and increase iu power and Clay hero that to reflect in my acts, upon every ones- - flK,,nent for 'on until the whole community is lion of public importance, tho unbiased " (l0,11)tless felt like using thu Baino ex brought on tho side of Christ pressions about Laurel that he did about Recently Treasurer George II. Itruce Hi'iitimontH of my constituents. 1 shall Rockcastle. hold myself entirely independent of all and tli other managers of the Christian T.J. Perdue has built a house and church lliiiincial allairs resolved to gut it corporations and receive no privileges established his marble works near the from them to prejudice mo in favor of out of debt ami they have succeeded adthu few at the expense and detriment of depot nnd has now several orders on mirably. They sent out a circular letter hands. lie deserves and no doubt will stating thu condition of the church ami the many. Cherishing theso views and get all tho work he ran do. appealing to the membership to come promising to adhere to them if chosen, I Mr. Andrew Johnson is having the cheerfully submit my claims to the will forward with the money or sign an obliporch nnd other portions of the old brick-ogation for tho amount they would pay. of tho democracy as expressed at tho the bill torn down and will have some Sunday $Hi0 in money was raised and approaching democratic convention. parts of it rebuilt. It has been reported I) B. Khmi-to.Respectfully, more than a sulllcient amount pledged that he will moif to London. by thdHu who mean it to cover all old CRAB ORCHARD."" MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. debts and the entire expenses of the Twenty pounds sugar for$I at W. present year, including tho pastor's salDr. W. R. Armendt, of Owensboro, K Perkins'. ary. Born, to the wife of 1). C. Payne, an- Ky.. will be united in marriage to Miss Mai Underwood, of Union City, Tenn., FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. other line girl baby, Wednesday. at 10 o'clock a. m , April 22. The e We were glad to seu the I. J. busiW M. Ilright sold to H.ihr Kahu will takeplace atthe Baptist church ness manager at our entertaitnent and .'! a lot of HO pound shouts at cts. in Union City, .Miss Uhderwood has He was, very T. II. Smith hold to a Rockcastle trust he was entertained. Mrs. Jennie Williams, of visited the family of Mr. C. F. Kleiderer county party a lot of '2 year-ol- d heifers highly. Kd Mt. Vernon, was down Sunday to seo in this city several times and is a most at SHMO. sweet, pretty and estimable lady. Dr. A. M. Penco has entered his lwldio her uncle, W. T. Niunders, who is still Beazloy nnd Gaines Armendt is one of Owensboro's most W., by Pence, in thu Jessamine county very sick. Mes.-r-s were so taken with "Rachel" that they prominent and respected citi.ens The fair slakes. bridal party will return to Owensboro P. C. ICelloL'g, of New York, has re- spent Sunday with her folks. Miss Maud Bowman leaves to morrow for Louisville via Henderson and will be tho the first ceived JIJ.OOO as his commission for selllo visit Miss Nellie Smith. Miss Maud couple to occupy the handsome brjdal ing (iov. StMiiford's stock. tht',,0,'1 Henderson.-H- en. Abe Coleman, of Meteor, has sold I'ettus went home with Miss .Mnttieichaml),,"nt ou'am'r- I)r Armendt nmrrieil Henry, of Lancaster, who came over to fl'J.OtK) worth of colts of his own bn ed- Mi8i J'm,ie Kuchanan, of Crab Orchard, take iu "The Kent Dav." ingand handling within a'year. n,,a Is we" nn,i ''ivorably known here -- The Crab Orchard Dramatic Soeietv A. C Robinson sold to Tom Woods 10 fat hogs for It and a saddlo horse to nciUittol themselves with credit iiHtur-da- y DEATHS' DOINGS. ninbt. A larite irovvd witnessed H. W. Leo for $17". Lmcuster RecMiss Annie Cecil, the play and they seemed to enjoy themin ord. Joe Harlan sold Tuesday to W. M. selves very much. Wc notu the charac- this section, died in Scott county. We learn with deep and unfeicned Swope, of Lexington, a jack ters: .Mbn Loula Stuart and . I. It. regret that Dr. J. 15. S. Krisbie died at by Imported Abnm, dam bv Giant, for as Kachel and .Martin Heywood, thu $700. leading characters, acted their parts of his home in Kirksvillo yesterday mornJ. M. Maxwell. of Livingston, Tenn., broken hearted tenants with a great denl ing. Ho had been sick for a long time, sold in Mercer .V5 good mountain cattle of feeling; Mum Maud ;i'cttus, n.s Tolly but his friends were hopeful to the last. at '2 to :i cents and to Garrard parties L'." llriggs, in her winning way did justice llie burial takes place at Hich at same prices. to her character; Mhs Hannah McFall as "oinl. We shall have more to sav of his The Mercer Coal ami Grain Co. pur- D.I1HU Ileanstalk, the old lady, was per- life and labors in our next chased of McFatridge Bros. 10.000 bush- fect: Jv C. King, Silver Jack, thought '2 Dr. J. K. VanArsdalu telegraphed els of wheat at 0.r cts. just before the lire. moons rose o'er the city instead of one. from Warrensburg, Mo., to his wife that Ilarrodsburg Democrat. J. H. (Jilkerson, Hyssop, acted thu part his mother died Saturday of pneumonia. James Anderson sold to Johnson, of of a drunken man so perfectly that ho Mrs. Susan VanArsdalu was) born and Boyle, 1M head of mountain cattle at $11 fell against a tree and uprooted it; J. H. rais-ein the Rush Hranch neighborpur head. Mr A. also sold to Toinkiits, Cook, Hullfrog, who was so Biiro he hood, near this place, and after her marof Garrard county, a pair of maro mules would get a kiss and in getting his mouth riage moved to the Hustonyillu section.-He- r for I'JJK). husband died some 150 years ago in shape lost his goatee, and being surThe farmers say that tho ground is prised by Toby Heywood, who acted and about 13 years after she went to live so dry ami hard after tho heavy rains well his part, and by main strength de- with her daughter, Mrs. Ann.vSmith, in of a few weeks ago that it is impossible prived him of hissnect kiss; J. A. Ste- Missouii. Her last visit to her old homo in many cases to plant corn. Rain is phenson, Crumbs, makes a very digni- hero was about four years ago. Mrs. V. needed badly, but the signal sorvico has fied old man; Holdam Stuart, who acted was an excellent christian woman and ceased to predict it. two parts, Grunt ley and Iteanstalk, thu had been a member of thu H.iptUt church Mr. S. H. Baughman's Frank, by former a handsome young man, thu lat- sincu childhood. Kverybody that knew Rossington, and Litonia, by Imp. Lon- ter a very old man, acted both parts her in this section loved her for her madon, each showed a half in 50 seconds iu exceedingly well; Hundley McClure, l'at-to- u ny steiling traits of character ami will Louisvillo Friday. This is something King, and John Carson acquitted sorrow to hear of her death, oven tho' unprecedented for '2 s with the ihouibclycH with honor. The farce, she had lived to She was thu little handling that they have had. "Johnny, Von' vu been a Had Hoy," was mother of nine children, but all precedBalir ICuliu bought of A. W. splendid and kept the house iu an up- ed her to the grave save Dr. Van Arsdale, a lot of butcher cattlu at '21 to :tj roar, but it was too bad that Johnny got of this place, Lawrence Van Arsdale, of cents and of Jesse and Monte Fox 8 a. It his punts burned. Colorado, nnd Mrs. Smith. cunts. They bought several lots of extra Still After J. H. Miller. lino butcher hogs at to t cents and of Watkhi'Kooh ron Shoks. Iieef tallow To the Editor Interior Journal. i:. P. Woods a lot of wethers at 5.10. ounce; melt togethounces; beeswax Kowi.axi), April 18. Wo know what The prospect for a large fruit season er and add, when cold, an equal quanis very promising, but few buds having tity of neat's foot oil. Apply with a wo are talking about. Tho purest debeen killed. Siiuiro Murphy sayH ho woolen rag, rubbing in well with tho mocracy in tho county recognizes Mr. J. 11. Miller's good capacity to represent never saw the blooms so large. Thu hand. Lincoln county in tho next legislature, wheat is also very line, with thu acreago When once infidelity can persuade and we take this method to inform you fully 100 and the condition 10 or more. Twenty cars of distillery cattlu weru men that they will die like beasts, they and him and everybody else that we inshipped from hero Monday to Jersey Ci- will soon be brought to live like beasts tend to run him for thu nomination. Hriylit I'errell, J. 11. Gentry, ty, N. J., by Charles Byrne. The train also. Allen Ueazloy, M. 0. l'ortman, load of cattlo had a valuation of Si'o.OOO. No man ever gets to tho top anywhere T. L. Shelton, G. A. Benedict, Tho same party has :'.(K) cars in and about without lliht going through tires hot Tom Farley, H. W. Martin, Tyrone, which will soon bo ready for enough to show that he has good metal L. M. Keiil, J.T. Hatcher, shipment. Ilarrodsburg Sayings. iu him, Tlios. Haines, J. II. Kuleman, Dr. P. W. Logan says that his thorTho young man who fools nway his Wui. Murphy, J. S. Wickershani, oughbred Breechloader, is such a lino us thu farm-whas is O. V. Gentry. horso and excellent breeder that it is not time about makes a hen roost out of his $100 necessary to show him, but if thero aro Wheat sold iu Cincinnati Saturday those who want to seo the linest piece of at $1.1(3. horseflesh in the country, they aro corTo tho young man who doesn't know Major McKinley has been presented dially invited to como to his homo and how to dance, dancing never seems so a bar of tin mado iu California. examine him. immoral as it does when ho sees thu girl Axtell stood for $20 the season in Barnaul & Galloway bought 500 lie likes best of all waltzing around with 18SS. Now his book tills at $1,000 long bushels of wheat of W. J. Gillispio at $1 another young man. beforo tho breeding season opens. Why? m per bushel. 0. O. Chrismati, of Kirks-villSpare-ribwill bo plenty In Utah this Because he can trot. Kentucky Stock sold his farm of 200 ncres to Dr. Farm. fall, since the Mormon? inteud to get Phillips, of Monticello, for $17,000. A cyclone blow down tho & Galloway bought of J. B. Purks along with but one wife. at Hansford, Texas, killed two 100 barrels of corn ati:l per barrel, and Little Rock suflered a half million men and moving on to Paludora, entire200 bushols of wheat of lien Price at 1 per bushel. Paint Lick cor. Record. ly destroyed it. fire. 1 1 ' LAUREL COUNTY. The Plow of the Age, THE VUCAN CHILLED PLOW. Farm kks, Aituntion. Wc call your attention to the following ad- vantages of "Th c Vulcan" over anv Chilled Plow made: h'Wt. the Vulcan is made of the original and genuine Chilled Metal. Second, the iron used in chilled parts is first ciualitv Lake Sunerior Clmrm.-i-l Third, wc give you a solid point, no scooping out or shaving off to save iron. Fourth, we give you a solid mould board, no thick edges with scooped back. Fifth, the Vulcan mould board is on the back by ribs and will stand double the strain of any other chilled mould board. Every Plow guaranteed. For sale by j stol-Linco- ln cl,'r ."j0(),-00- j j - j (. 1 B. K. A A. C. SINK. W. H. WEAHEIT. J N.MKNEFEE -- speech-making- - Stanf ord Lumber Yard, The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. How-lan- d, f ' 1 LUMBER, j 1 SASH, FLOORING, DOORS, LATH, CEILING, BLINDS, SHINGLES, SIDING, Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. We carry a full stock of everything found in a t,1-'- -' " inllu-une- o WOVELTSr t , in-la- WI2l,E A1TD SL.A.T FSITCE. SINE & CkilSS LUMBSH your FIRST -designs and specifications before lettingITiSLHD. Examine our contract for building. , MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. i ' n NVTC W wnrTTTKTTVSTVt'V WVT. WWJk. V V VlfPCOOCVVw.V!LiL3fcJBlZXii4 v. t mar-riau-- for Infants and Children. U. "Caittoriata so well adapts to children that I recommend It as superior to any prcscripUoa II. A. Anciirn, M. D., known to mo " Ill So. Oxford St., DrooUyn, N. Y, Caxtorla cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhrca. Knictation, Kills Worms, ghes sleep, and promotes ipestion, medication. T7 The Csstal'u Coupasjv, Hurray Street, N. Y. Ml SALVE, "r8" kotebs hoxtse, P. W GREEN, Proprietor. I have recently taken charge 01 this - ' Cures cut, bruises, old soret, skin diie.-nes-, corns, bunion, i lies I Jiula, scratches, nnitcr Where er it has ' burns, dew poison ami an wo "ful ,. at .1. 5"d intend Wp.r,;; pr. hl,h n blc. will Numerous testimonials will be lecured and Maiie in this space ut a later date and sold by Puollc appear N.'iiiiiii In connection Alio unntn well-know- n 96-i- yr J. 1J. HIGr.INS.Jtanford.Ky Jtai-le- y Farmers BanM Trnst Co . Pool and Billiard Parlors. OK STANFORD, KY.. ts now full organized and ready (or business with JSw$L "t,X's. to-da- y Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - - - $200,000. 15,000. J year-old- four-scor- SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, (Now closing up) with the same assets and under the same management. Ry provisions of Its chatter, depositors nre as fully protected as atu depositors in National Hanks, its shareholders betni; held Individually liable to the extent ol the amount of their stock therein nt the par value theteol, in addition to the amount invented in ouch shares. It may act as executor iidimmstratur, trustee, Ac, as fully as an inditidunl 'Io those who entrusted their liuisiness to ui while mnagltiK the Lincoln National Rank ol Stanford, e we here tender our m.mv thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering a a guarantee fcr prompt attenar'' experience in tion to same, our banking ondas liberal accommodations as are conSTANFORD, KENTUCKY, sistent with sound banking Has a first class llarhcr Shop on Maiustrect, opDIKKCTORs: posite l'orttnan tlou-e- , and invites a share of your Prompt intention tooutsidc calls and patronage J J. Williams, Mt. Vernou; , pecial attention to ladies and childrer, Wiirlc J. M. Hail, SUMord; dune in the latest stjlewiih neatness and disSS 6m patch. J. S. Ows'sy, Stanford ; S.J. Kmbry, Stanford; J. K. Lnn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgesille; J. K llaughman, Huttonville; J. K. Cash, Stanford ; William Gooch, Stanford, Ky ttnt E. II. FARMER, TONSORIAL AHTIST, AIMTER' MACIC -C- HICKEN- Car-punt- er S. II. Shanks, President. J R. Owsley, Cashier G ClVi W. M. Rriglit, Teller J. II Itauh man, General Rnok.Keepe' CHOLERA CURE! s I '. I 1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock Surplus $200,000 16,500 1 long-sighte- o self-binde- Attention of the public is invited to tho fact that this is the only National Rank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Rank Act, depoMtnn arc secured not only by the capital liability lor un stock, but bv the stockholders amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of institution are secured by a fund of this Five sworn statements ofthecondition of the bank are made each year to the United States government and its assets arc examined at stated tunes by government agents, thus scouring addituor.al and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the In i88. then n.niiit 11 mlt nf si.iiifnnl ol Stanford iW and in lied as the National Hank as the First National Hank of again Stanford in iS3, has had practically an uninterrupted existencoofja years It is better supplied now with facilities for transictini; business prompt ly and liberally than cer before in its loug and fiduhonorable career. Accounts of corporations, solic-teciaries, firms and individuals respectfully d. sl N.'MsssssHMsflJAY '"iBssssCWAYiwV ,lll The Directory of this Rank T. J. Foster, of Stanford; is composed ct e, m s Bur-nat- n court-hous- o J. Forcstus Ktid, Lincoln county ; J. W. Ilayden, Stanford; S. H. Haughman, Lincoln; M. J. Miller, Mt Vernon; S T Harris Lincoln; J.S Mocker Stanfard; G A Latkey. Lincolni 1' I1. Hill. Stanford; W. O. Welch, Stanford. W 1". Tate, Stanford. OFFICERS: S. Hocker, President; John J Mc Roberts, Cashier; A. A. Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier Thousands of dollars worth of chickens aro destroyed by Cholera ovcrj-yea- r. It is moro fatal to them than, all other diseases combined. But tho discovery of a liquid remedy that dotroys tho licrobes has been made. Half of tho young chickens are killed by Microbes beforo they aro bottlo is enough for fryers. A ljDO chickens It is guaranteed. If, after using two thirds of a bottle, you aro not Kttislled with it as u euro for Cholera, return it to tho druggist from whom you purchased it, and ho willrefund your money. 50-co- nt . j, - oj-i- yr laid. For i ale by W. It McKobcrts. dr ygiit Start. J ,- v (. v w "!fryTKSvWFn f fwwti n .1 CliicaRo's death rate Inst week wns Thk Louisville Critic is another. We made no sivunenttnck on Auditor Nor- 811, mostly from Rrip. .ee Jenkins shot and killed Washman or Gen Hewitt. On the contrary, of throwing ington Kamsey at Luxinuton Saturday any intention Ai'iuii 21, 185)1 we ilisivoweil and as ii matter of fact Stanford, nfclit. Hoth were carpenters. stones nt them The Jellico miners were to decide not. So far as Gen. Hewitt is condid cerned, mention was only made of the yesterday whether they would strike or 1J. decision of the Court of Appeals as to take the prices oiTercd by the associahis iH'jlij,vnce, whereby the defalcation tion. Thk republicans expect to win thous- of Tate uhs made poible. As to Maj. John Lahr, who was forced to mar I BS I ftpBfc I I ands of votes by tin reduction of the t Norman, we had naught to tay, except ry .Miss .Mary u. Minima, ai piiigueiu, pound tariir on Biijjnr, hut when that he had sucked the public tjsit lonj; O . deserted his bride immediately after' the people lind that the. removal of the camlRh nlu ,iat l,e was permitting-- Ins the marriage ceremony. tax wasmadeataunveiaue of 3.U The lady managers of the world's 0l,.rk?, that are paid by the people from crem-on the other and more "" :; to SIO :i lav to erve tliem, to Rllop fair have kicked the pestiferous l'lnehe poitant necessaried of life, they will ' vt.r tll(. Stttte nil(n,tT the voters peowe Cousins out of the directory and she rs very lo The permit themselves to bo hoodwink-- ! )or, Xonna,t blH.Ilue it tti, KjVL. them making it hot for them. goods ple ed by the specious pleas that will In' a flJrti1(r lease on odicial life. Maj. Nor H. Dnbray. meswmer of the to keep we . , hounded in their eais by the ,,,,,,, disap- Euclid Avenue Bunk, Cleveland, lilMIt MlkJ ll'IIUIUVM HI tllU MIIV V tv week a uood solicitation of Gen. is era. If the free Hewitt and unless peared with fl',000 he was charged to de thiiiK, why doesn't it apply as well to he had have been, the general would be liver at the express ollice clothing and the other real necessities. auditor now. The people know that the lhit sircar is not free, as manv people election of Norman is a continuation of Haw suj;ui is free, but the HUppo.se. the Hewitt administration and they article is protected by half a cent a want a change. No set of men can make arrangements can be made. pound, which noes directly into the themselves indispensable to the conduit we The express and mail trains on the no see pockets of the Trust, without a particle of the olliie, as the Critic claims. There Lake Shore road collided at Kepton, O., cost This are thousands of others who would make killing six postal clerks, both engineers of benefit to the government. Oil 75c amounts to 513,000,000 a year on the b as good if not better clerks, and Mr. and injuring many passengers. reduced, to consumption of :!,000,000,000 lbs., Warren will have them. There are no l'ound Gap, in Letcher county, the which, with the bounty of 2 ets. a pound vested rights to otlice in this couutry highest point in the State, hS,o1'J above ' to the producers on sorghum, beet and and the democratic principle of rotation the sea level. The lowest is Oakton, , , : wr u SYfcLi r i'vt u rn biii u j - o vjuu-i-aum- y maple biipirs, raised in this country, $10,- - is a good one. let us have a little rota- Hickman county, which is only 'M'2. 000,000 more, will make $2o,000,000, tion anil nominate Hichanl C. Warren, Bedford l'helps, a prominent Butler which the consumers will have to pay, who is honest, capable and the peer of county citizen, committed suicide be line, without the government yetting a cent's any man in the Slate. cause he had to pay a security debt of with which to pay pensions revenue, a, big 5I,(HX) Moral: Do not go security. of A through Scott, Fayette, Jessaand other expenses. In other words the Charges of horrible brutality have 25b ShirLs, $'t 3 government pives up $55,000,000 of rev- mine, Mercer, Uoyle and Lincoln at this been preferred, with specific detail, . enue without any return whatever, while season of the year discloses a panorama against Warden Cassidy arrd the keepers the people pay to individuals nearly half of beauty to bo enjoyed as fully in no of the Kastern IVnnsylvauia penitenti We " that sum, an extorted amount, pure and other region perhaps in the world. The ary. bimple. Already the Sugar Trur-- has fruit tiees are either in full bloom or A mob of seven men took Will decided to decrease the production of blossom of variegated hues, the earth is Skairgs from a house near Bowling Greerr its refineries and thus force the price up covered with a carpet of exquisite ver- and shot him to death. The negro had again, and it is not at all improbable dure, while the trees are donning their fatally stabbed a young white man nam A. that within a year sugar will be as high summer garb of loveliness, surpassing ed Kirby. .HANKS MnnnKcrH. The reduction of even the beauty of the spring attire of a as it was last month. Itichnrd J. Hnrtman, Chief of the Main Street, Stanford, Ky, the sugar tarill was not for the purpose fashionable lady. The wheat and other Division of Accounts in the Land Ollice, ol benefiting the people, but to put mon- crops are unusually promising and the has reigned. Hartman is chnrged with The entire production of the preey in the pockets of the Trust and the whole suiroundings are lacking in noth- appropriating the government's money. stones ami ornacious, produceis, so that they would be better ing to detract from the picture of lovel'r He is a good republican from Ohio. mental minerals in the United Mates able to furnish the lucre for the purpose ness, peace, happiness and prosperity. Joseph Caitot, an Italian, was stabduring the year lsM), was flsS.MjT. of lr- - .rln of purchasing blocks of live. Let no one In fact, "every prospect pleases and on- bed by sorno of his countrymen at Sham-okithis amount 5.VJ.173 was agutied and be deceived by the republican claim that ly man is even suspected of being vile." l'a. He took out warrants eharg- - :..,.,...;,...! ,. .1,1.1 ilT.i t iirmiiiim" MtniUH HF ll!i"': " t"B2llLf" J s secyT ingthen, with attempts! agination ' the reduction lessens the cost of liv- Beautiful nt nil times, the arrrW I! Hi tn th, WiTCBS, CLCCKS AND "E'K ... l Iwi i.nt ill? ing. It was made at the expense of the tion is now indescribably so and the .i.t.. kill .11,11(1. J fill tin. .llr.ft.l 'Si, . .1.... ..' i iVm. Tn. uiirn imr ilnritiir the - .! " :.. ,. ... :.. im i iiiiuu " .,v other necessaries, upou which the duty most continued hypochondiac could not ew T I II...... vi..ir in tlm -l'l liiiniiarv works in 't1 VV && Ki pairing; neatly and pronpt-lDo not view it and 6ing with any truth or unc- r ....:. ..:u.. ..!... ...1 !.... is increased all along the line. n and MHSMicbiiM'tts. forget that the tarill is a tax and that tion the old hymn commencing"! would grand dictator, C. W . Short vie do.; it. . Wk done. the McKinley bill increaes it in every not live alway, I ask not to stay," but K. Bll assistant do.; J. A. Doiuuruo grand BnnUen's Arnica Salve impoitaut particular, 20 years after war pray for youth and health to enjoy it reporter: '1 . L. Dennis "rami tieasurer. Thf uivt m the workl fr tutt. chi- , ulri, nit rhiiiit,fer ore .c. lrtr. and in time of profotuidest peace and forever. all Mh r ip will take old o'.d or silur in cxch.intr for jjoods. (Stanford, ky In.i:,.Tin l.tima wltri iliiln't lib., tin. I hand, .liilbUw. rernt aud no pavriiur cure pile, or lion aad po. Hurls plenty. Ix its proper place in this paper will show wrecked the Wild West circus I'mo t ccru vr bo. ' nr money retimdcJ DisctrssiMi the acquittal of Clark be found the announcement of the can- at Knoxville. About SO of the men irer kI by A renin, mmiii. IJur-rewere injured audullof their thiriK1 were Cash for the murder of H. T. Young, at didacy of Mr. James B. Martin, of for clerk of the Court of Appeals. broken up ami tent cut to pieces. La Grlppo Again. Dallas, Texas, the Louisville Post sas Dunng the epidemic of U Orippe Uit eon The selection wilf be made at the comThe rear portion of the elegant that the unwritten law that ses men I)r Kiu.'t New Diiciwrty lur Coiplin. be tbo bel remwl) ad Cc 1'ineville was burned Fri- Cought from lil. proved to il eor this t free for such killings ought to be dis- ing convention, which will leave the genmuiiv who ummI , but tleman but little time for a personal day and it wits almost a miracle that the Rlru by werw Hot only quickly countenanced by every citien. It also V the diteKtr left no bU lier teult. very sensibly adds: ''There may be some canvas. Mr. Mai tin is one of the best entire building was not consumed. The to ie line remedy trial WJ we Burtic tuat for the posi- cause of the lire is unknown and the lots w... .ll h utitficd nh tnnll, or th purchaM excuse for punishing with death the lib qualified men in the State . .,- - ,. tl haa bo equal m -i Jjrippe.oran) lhr.wl.Chwt or I.m rf trouble ertine who takes advantage of a younu' tion and would fill it with satisfaction is fully covered by insurance. Store K Vmaj Iiu The Congress of Western States in I rial bottle irrv at A $1 girl's innocence and ruins her with false and credit. We commend him to the botlU., 50. and party as a democrat of the purest t pe session at Kunsis had a lively delmte promises, but the case of a married wo Hnppy Hooslars over the favoring a tarifr for A married and n gentleman every inch. man is altogether ol ldair)c, fnrfiaaa, Wm. revenue only. Tho protectionists at- write 1 iromoiMi, poimter done MWffadu bo betrayed. Her expe woman cannot H.ctnc Hiller. ha Car.TKi. Haiuusox ran as an independcibined, for thai bad tempted bluster, but the report was than all other rience has taught her to be able to take trouble. kidHcy and ent democrat auainst the regular demo- adopted 00 to o." on a call of the States. fe.'lina; rrimni? from ami ttoclHian, hM am place, uf euro of herself, and when she falls from John T elie. urmer be the be! cratic nominee for mayor of Chicago and to l.lectm The Winner Investment Company, iavi. and"l.nd mwlictne, Hitter me grace it is of her own free will and with succeeded in giving the ollice to the remade lie ini hvw of Kansas City, wiih branch offices in nan" J. V Ordner, hardware Bivrchaiit. mv hur eyes open. She Is always ns guilty publican by a small majority. He says "KUMtnc Ihlter I iut the thiajc for t.n. Hoston and New York has assigned. The a man who i all run down and doa t care whethlis tier lover, and m the majority of cas lie will retire from politics now and er he lue or diea, lie fouHd concern was originally capitalized for aiipetitr and felt jiul like he new alieBth, arood No married es is even more to blame. oh had Bew B go abroad or to farming. Most Chiwoman who conducts herself properly cago democrats and a majority outside of $700,000, to which WllO.OOO of stock was hie Only s. a bottle at A. K. I'eBBV' dru added about a year ago. The liabilitits ttore will ever be approached in arr improper the Windy City wouldn't care if he went are not known. Tho Flnotit on Earth Avay. It is only when a wife lets down t3 the devil. R. i The Dutch steamer I'. Calami, from Cincinnati. Hamilton .V I)Ioh R Safety The the bars that a man makes advances, ruunmB l,iillman, I'erUctod New York, for Amsterdam, collided thconlj linelr.un, with Chair Parlor SleeiMBE and under such circumstances the man's VeHibule.l The Lebanon Enterprise bus been purservice betweti Cincinnati, Incrime is not a capital one. Cash should chased by Mr. M. F. Featherington, an with the British steamer Glamorgan in dunapcli.jnd Chicago and the only line run ,. W.r..n.l. Mrrlimn? Chair Car li.tn-Cm . have been punished for killing Youug old newspaper man from Bardstown. the Lnglish Channel Wednesday night. c nnati, Keokuk and fci.ringtield, III and Sleeping the same as if their quarrel had been The nrico paid was 5.000, which includ The Glamorgan was cut in two arrd went Cir Cincinnati to Mackinaw, and the Only Dlroct Lino over money instead of over a faithless ed tho entire outfit. Here's success to M the bottom The passengers and the ll.iu.n Cinrilllull DjVlon 1.11111. T qlWO, Ilt- woman." Well said, indeed. IJesides, tlie new proprietoi. Mr. Hill, tho for- crew were saved. troit. the l.ala Kecion.anJ Cunada. the SUte al Iheroad Is ne of the oldenl in Harney Fallowed), of Hileys, was inthere is no proof that Mr. Young led mer editor, will go to Owensboro and Ohio and the ooU line enteritis Cincinnati over s rccoid can Mrs. Cash astray. Numerous and divers practice law, as well as engigo in a more stantly killed by this ears orr Thursday milei ol double trai. I, ami from it pancomfort aud night. He was so drunk the agent re- - more than asureit patrona ptil, men appear to be as guilty as he, at least nleasant and profitable profession. ,. GO TO 'lukeunn lalceverywlirre, anil ler that they luseii 10 Ben mm a ticKei ana no startou doens are charged with "debauching" rraUC.Il AD. cither in or out of Cincinnati, Tin: Mt. Vernon Signal publishes in j to walk, but soon laid down. His head Id,anapol..orToledo6McCoRMICK her, sevoral of whom paid Mr. Cash 300 to 51,000 for their fun. The large type that Senator Harris remarked was cut oil, but the jug of whisky by from General l'atenrr and ticket Ajent. whole case presents the rno'st diaguotiug there the other day, when ho found lit- - his r.ide was unharmed, Miles' Norvo and Llvor Pills Two Mercer county citizens are in and criminal aspect of auy we ever knew tlo sentiment in favor of his Acton a new principle - regulating the A liver, Clay, that "Kockcastle county could the swim. Pat Train or, a day laborer, Mr. new of or read about. ttomach and bow U through the nervo. go to hell." This must be a mistake. No has just gotten $.'55,000 by tho death of diKovery Dr. Milt' Pills spce.Iily cure hilioii FOR torpid hv.r, tiilea, csiiitipatioii Thl' silly bill piolubiting actresses politician, even of small degree, could bo a sister in Philadelphia and James W. ne, had tate, men, women, children Sinillcjt Untualed for Ioe as cent, 'ample free from exposing their limbs on the stage, so indiscreet, to say the least of it. Patterson has received word that as milileM, mrojt at A It Penny', Stanford either in tights or otherwise, so that heir of John II. Patterson he is entitled Ai.THOLT.il Mr. Clav was on the ground to 575,000 under a French spoliation their shape can bo defined to public Wllkoa Colt S3.50O. P. If Itanium, of Maitland, Mo, write under view, which passed the Minnesota Sen- hoping to get tho endorsement of the claim. & OAKIIUN (late of Oil nth a follow- "1 cncloe )ou order The report that Mary Anderson Na- for Oumn'a Ointment. in the House, Daviess county alliaucp, the convention ate, has been hu bottlx I received from colt iavcd a unce and will not be reached at this session. declined to honor him. The farmers are varro had become a mother proves un- yuu mine time$1,500 Ins is a grandline W ilkea Ask remedy." It. loriiinuoith bo free to sup- true, but tho advent of an heir eemn our drugK lit for It When there was a prospect of the bill evidently determined to becoming a law numerous opera compa- port the best man to be nominated, the very thing necessary. "Our Mary" VlloilHUIItlrt a'olhOtlC-tl-. nies cancelled their dates in the State, as whether he bo Clay, Brown, Hardin or is said to be both melancholy and moIn a t w irk on Iltait I) so.tsc, Dr -H-- t ml-i;lrose and the formerly beautiful actress PrankiM reci the 6ingers did not wish to aupear ridic- Clardy. Mil. . ll.u noted of Tho1 siiml u.'Ik. min.v is now a perfect wreck, thju arrd pale as pcopla are ulous in long dresses or bloomer cositoni) iiuikkiiIii llir intlv. . Mn. 1). IS. Kiimisto.s' announces that a ghost. thcnio c ly lli3 ue nl tea enrec, tumes. ho is a candidate for the legislature, subami .ncoiidi 'ihufce nrc Maori Whips, Some fiend poisoned tho feast at tho cuuiluR 11 id in u r.ipl.liy. Urn ifr.niit.illy ject to tho action of the democracy. Ho Snooks-H- rr wedding, in Jefferson counWe do not know that the London II out, pio lut intfhritit"ts if iimntli nlicn I'xcrclsiiii;, pulni In do 1u.1l has authority to speak for the dem- is splendidly equipped for tho office, is ty, and 10 persona wei e .rendered terri- 0kml faint apt s. riniiily u.iri shoulder, hungry fi. luro aid ivcahiiicd mid Im'iilPd hearts ilcutti ocracy of Laurel, but it is moved to re- an excellent and popular gentleman in bly ill by partaking of it, including the cry where I.M'ilN p'comi'irnU thi the picso c mark that Senator Harris got poor en- exety eeuso and would reflect credit on bride and groom. 11. Frank Guthrie, of New llniirt f'uri il (iivnit-i- l liv Ur. KranUHn Is Receiving Hi3 Milcj.vliklimrui kit out A.IM'tiinv'H.yt.ititor'l. old Lincoln. couragement there for his Louisville, and another person are dead C. TIic Wotiitcrltil Tower. from the effects and others are expected 31. Clay. The paper also says: If we Thk Somerset Republican will print or d F.lllol In the The tilqliosl truciii'-i signs of the times aright, Lau- discussions of tho new constitution to die. read the Tower, lit J'.in l.ml leet hl"li. But thonrciit at War is raging in Chili and in a bat- dUcmery ot Ur Kniiikliii Mi'o lit certain to rel county will vote for Hardin and Sen- the modest sum of Sl.-a column, less tle recently the rebels routed tho gov- tower Itir iiiiiivo II piniuotitu h nil hrppl-nc- Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. :nnl IichIHi. TI1I1 I'uiidriful ncro ator Harris will have to look elsewhere than it would cost us to set the type. . cure fits, ImiiiU up ivornoul ernment, which lost o,700 men; 1,700 tp.ninn. Iitiiue)ie, nervous iiriiir.iilo.i dlzzi-n- i for the necessary votes to nominate his Editor Lewis is not prepared yet to say killed, l.oOO wounded and I'.OO prisonblPcpiiiMivsH iinilith y puln exuil favorite. Jniin It. Miller, of Valpaeti whether ho will support or oppose the ers. All the guns and artillery parks in trouhle ml., an 1). Taylor uf l.iitfuiisporl. raiso, J Iml en ii innnlli wlnle 'i' It is stated that Ewing Wattcreon, son crazy quilt concern. the North are in the hands of the rebels it. FiriPlt UluMrhvuiiiUlreusli'.eoii",iiiiriontalcing l d of the great journal st, has bought an in,m, Kiinpi iHif.l" ot the and they have captured every steamer NEWSY NOTES. terest in the Middlesboro Herald and chartered by tho government to bring Nctune, Ireu ut .. it I'onnj'n who guaianleei IL Brown and Hardin in arms and ammunition. The Post says will locate permanently in that city. Mr. "Watterson is said to possess much of the will divide the vote of Louisville. A number of casualties were reportHon. John W. Lewis says he does ed Thursday. By an explosion of lire genius of Ids distinguished father and not want the nomination for governor. damp in a mine at Taimujua, Pa., three we expect to hear wonders of him. gaye ber Coatorln. Five men were drowned whilecross-inmen were killed and five seriously in- When Baby was sick, wo HAS LEO WORM REMEDIES FOR YEARS Harrodsburg Democrat says that When she waa a Child, he cried for Cattorla. a swollen creek near Webster City, jured. In a railroad wreck in Maryland Tub Miss, ahe clung to Castorla. Gen. P. W. Hardin has every assurance W. Va. EVERY BOTTLE CMRAHTECD a train was burned, three lives were lost When ihe became SKD EVEKYWHERE. When the bad CniHren, abc gave them Castoria. that he will bo nominated for governor. Moore & Sollingar'adistillery at Lex- and a number of survivors suffered horThere is no doubt that he is good tim- ington was damaged by fire $2,500 worth ribly. At Lebanon, Ind., two lives were IKEnUEtbV WCHARWOK-TAYlOltMEfcStLOtflSHO. ber for the office. Saturday. explosion of a mill boiler. lost by the Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal 4 Kt J THAT THE LOUISVILLE STORE DOES W. WALTON. j RliOiiilill DuDlUvD 0 Ur ffiv U I f V I aU V V ! o -- tos-ip-no- t j ote-buok- ,,.,,.,,,., ,., Jo-f- ph ti, .!- so-cal- led sir-i- r give the easily found: Because this question Is and, 'our business policy is quid:, sales money the best for the least determined, up this policy. Like all are and small profits and. some special bargains which will hare, for this times, ire answer re-lin- ed aaSr!MAKE ifyt YOU OPEN YOUR EYES cWBSSM. i 'I ii nv-era- offer for this ireeh them. As special attractions for the ladies prices, ixnicoes oc per yara; an elegant line of Jluslin unaerwear at Cloths and Slippers pair and. an elegant line of Carpets. Hugs, prices. Don't forget ash for Straw .Mattings at k. -- ...,...,. mauioi j j i9- KID GLOVES, Every pair guaranteed. $1 per pair. For gentlemen, ire have an elegant assortment of Spring Suits at prices that, will astonish you. Also Boys' Knee Bants Shoes, and upwards. Under wear Ties, Boys' Suits $1.50 and up will buy now any amount of EGGS at the highest market price. THE semi-preciou- LOUISVILLE STORE I'ltlSAXSKY, I'roprlctor. AM) GAItltlliX, s R0BT. FENSEL, JEW?. n, blue-Bras- " , :. I - ,,, 11 t- 1 11- -.. ... X.rr.m?.s$ r-WA- y..w -- .'" 1 nZT GHL v hi trui, All Work Warranted. 1 Fine Watclics a Specially. u. I teb-ed- STRAW HATS. A ... l- f drift-ren- t. An Elegant Line e IW-n- fe.-- l Just Opened. ei-th- ei NO OLD GOODS IN STOCK. 1 I... i ...,.... Stagg & MeRoberts. -- son-in-la- j . J FOS -- New York Seed Potatoes, FIELD SlilillS, Spading Forks, Hoes, Rakes, &c, &c. - side-tracke- d 1 vo. rf .4,jRUPLEY,- weak-emti- car-In- K I iud-de- n lSwliHMttef WHITES AIL son-in-la- I O 111 1 1 si SpnnguSiiiTimer Coods j incdl-cin- e mh.-iiix- , ai-- h. I 11 11 CREAM VERMIFUGE 20 g CO. -- ., itt..4fM,. tamgr? L: 'f 1'. 5"' .,-- va ML . 7 , '' - L! Uf, aaBtawaM n "u . ., . lf f ' - .1- -. - i i , aa(aaaa . . 2L Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Ai'iuMil, 18111 II. Shanks'. Stankokm, Ky., E.O.WAWON, MEANS bus, Managor BUSINESS. Tiik trustee of the jury fund, Mr. U. I'loweii crocks of every description nt G. Alford, tells nn that the pay of jurors A. A. Warren's Model Grocery. . at the four weeks' term of the circuit Fiiksii Lamlrcth'H Knnlun Heeds at W. Ski: A. T. Nunnelley's biudera before court just closed was but !)00, $:J0O to H. McUobeiV. you buy as he is representing The Win. $100 less than . usual, though the lawyers Uoo.mh for rent, with pinion. Mrs. Deering Co., the best made. hay that the docket came nearer being Bet tie Caldwell, .Stanford. ,. agent for cleared than ever before. JikIl'o Mor Hkaii. Joe Severance, Jr., is row doesn't permit much money to be Wantt.ii, 100,000 ikjiiiiiIh wool. Iliuli-t'- the Walter A. Wood harvesting ma- wasted ny holding juries unnecessarily. chines. Ask your neighbor as to their Xumiollcy, Khksii lot of Zuiglur Hros.' hIiovh Ht at S. -- FOR THE BIGGEST- j ajEkJXAxJBLLM f -- Jlk, MTl 'V1, s, rvja.'m. jmmk o v tt vr. - IX- j eimli inurkut price. A.T. Stanford. Call ISO Yorii account in iliu mill rontly. U. Tint Hiclunoiul Ui'irmtur snyn there are lunula diiiiK dirt on the worku there. ir.d Hcttlc ami oblipi A. PERSONAL lVnny. POINTS. Miw J. II. Moms left for her home in .Mil and Mum. II. S. Wniiuiw wont to LoiiIhv.IIu yeterday. J mm: .1. Hon Youwi, of Middles' boro, was in town Friday. Mim8 Katii: KiNNAHtn, a Lincaster beauty, wiw in this city Saturday. and wife are the Mu. (ixoiuiK (iiit-Mimiefitflof Mr. and Mi. W. I Tate. Mil. J. N. Dk.s.vv, of (iiirmril, lutH boen with Mr. J. 0. HayH for neveral days. Wk regret to announce that Col. Thou. W. Miller iHHcrioiiHly ill of pneumonia. Mux. Kit. Hooi), of Shelby City, ban bee'j viBitinj; Mm. Dr. J. K. VanArHtlale. Mihh Hkttii: I'aiikonh Iiiim returned to her ncliool at Lebanon, after a visit to J'er parentH. Lvtk news from Mr. W K. Manier, at Nashville, says that she is not improv- Hardin Friday. ing much. Mas. visiting her Ihbb, at McKinney. Miw. .1 ji:. Ai.roni), crand-motber- of liustouville, is Mrs. Col. of WaHhiiiKton , W. 1'i'l.t.iAM, City, is visitim: her mother, frn. M. V. Tabler, at McKinney. Mits. Mauv A. Maktin nml hor daughter, Mrs. Phelps, honored ourotllce with a call Friday. wiii-owe- d Miss M.miv Siiiiitaiui, of Danville, several days last week with Miss Hlanche Uixot! at the HarrodsburK Academy. llos. W. II. Mu.i itu and II. Bright lerrillwenl down to Wayne county Sunday to pull the strings for Clay for t ,ernor. Miih. T. J. (iomiikv linHretnrntHl from v s,vpr.il weeks' sUv with her sick sister in Casev, mention of whom diwth was made in our last itwne. Mim M aky CoofKK, who bus liwn dow u or i rhiuce she broke her lep, a more an, is at dwth's door with of tlio stomach. Mini Nlttik Whay went to IniUville Msterduy to take l.ittlo Mnru.iry Sand-li- p to see a physician, and will remain till the ImL of the week. Mil ltowi.Ni Nrwi.and, of Adkina' Tank, Vn , is, Ids biotber, T. I). inlonriH us, very low with typhoid fever and Ids roeowry is doubtful. yr iiithun-inalifl- ti Now-lau- d, Mas. A. A. WAimuN.Mrs. S. V. Stirn md Miss Mayme Do Ids, of Lincoln, have been visiting the family of J. It. Dodds this week. Danville Advocate. Mil and Mas. IIokack Huow.n, of Now lbany, have been up several days on a iuit to the bride's mother, Mis. M. K. Helm, nnd are npparuntty as happy as the days are loin:. Miss" Moi.i.ii: Talhott, of Danville, and her sister, Mi-Inii Tnlbott. of Manford. who have been visiting here, 1..ft for tlmir liouiim last week, and left also, some aching henrts. Williamsburg TimcH. Go to .loo S. .Jones' Cash Bargain Store Ouit guilts' furnishing department U and get one of those tine books, '.'.V, just full of choice tilings in shifts, drawers, " from auction. underwear, night bliirts, neck tied, socks, A. T. Nf.vNUi.i.uv bus moved his shoe io. Severance As Son. and harnes shop to bis livery stable on Wim.is Wiiiti.ky, n respected colored Depot Htreet. man, died Saturday morning of con'Hi dokn ladies' and mines' IjIoiihcb sumption. He was a prominent memand boy's' waists, opened tliis morning. ber of the United Brothers of FriendSeverance & Son. ship ami was buiied by that order Sun. day. HousKKKKi'Kits in want of table linens, A mafs convention of the democracy napkin, towels, lace curtins and scrim of Lincoln county is called to meet at should examine our stock. Severance in Stanford on Satur the Son. 'J r. m. to appoint dele My line of clothingcan'tbo bent. Come day, May 'J, at J and look. Prices L'Ji per cent, less than gates to the next State convention. B. Paxtou, chairman. any house in Lincoln county. Joe S. Jones. TiikN. X. As M. V., Old Kentucky Route, will run an excursion to Old Look. Karly Uose and Burbank Irish potatoes, Northern Bra.il Sweet potatoes Point and return at $i:t, July 21, for the and onion seta just arrived. B. F. Itout, benefit of the Main Street Christian Church Missionary Society, Lexington. Depot street. Full particulars later. Cu.iroitNiA dried Peaches, Apricots Mkmiikks of the old Intkiuou Joimixai. Apples, mixed and straight Pickled and base ball club as well as lovers of the dried Beef IIiuiiH just received at A. A. game are requested to meet at the room Wanen's "Model Grocerv." of tliesecretary, cor. Main and LancasMil F. M. Waiik will act as my agent ter streets, at 7.'!0 Wednesday evening, at McKinnev and will pay the highest to organi.e for the present season. . cash price for wool. See one of us beTin: Stanford As Logans Creek "cut-oil- " selling. A. T. Nunnelley. fore turnpike, some 2 miles in length, The young people will give a Gorman has been let to Mr. J. II. Hyan, an expeProf, rienced contractor, at something less at Walton's Opera House than the engineer's present estimate. ltte's Danville orchestra has been and a gay time is looked forward The work commences this week and is to. to be completed in :J months. Mr. asks that all his old lunula come and A IorisMi.i.i: butcher has been lined get a new job with him. for selling bud liuef. If "Imd beef" means tough beef, the butchers hereabout Ai.ii.sts of the (Jucou it Crescent roup' would stand a mighty poor show in that will Mill tickets to Chicago and return, lty. .' on account of the National Association of Tu r burn belonging to Mr Tinsley Trotting Horse Breudero' Convention, SMjonunoM was burned Saturday. Only April 22 and 2:1, at one and fare for the round trip, 011 the certificate m few funning implements were destroyplan, belling tickets at regular fare going, origied. It is not known lion the lire and giving certificate that will enable nated. fare. the owners to return at So ninny barns in his neighborhood Tiik handsome old watch and chain having beon burned, Mr. W. M. Perkins belonejnn to Mrs. 1$. (.J. Alford was frtol-e(Mine in and Imd bi houc and Imrn Friday. Mr. A. had left it upstairs All thu farmers insured yesterday. and it is smmoMHl that while he was in should do so. of the i,,,o.. the tlnel U.ie front Foil IIkxt. A couple of houses in entered liy thu fcteps in tlie rear and Itowlaud, with four rooms each, proper- walked oll'nith it. Sneak'thieves are ty of M. Peyton. Good yards and plenentirely too plentiful in this section ty of water and conveniently located. and it is very necessary that an ell'ort be W. A. Tribble. made to exterminate a few of them. m m -- Rev. F. W. Withers will" preach at Now is the time for Spring clean- the Court-Housat :t..':0 on thu afterwater ing, for Wall Paper, Alabastine and Hea- noon of the 1st .Sunday in May Grip4ran the death rate in Clevedy Mixed Paints. Go to W. 11. Meltob-ort- s' land, 0., last week to 10' the largeM in for them. o merits. a aihmm knu WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY nna m iniBnmu aim its history. H. N. Fugle, of Bullitt, killed himself, after firing twice at his doctor and mibsing liiin. t court-hous- e M, There are CO cities in the United States that doubled their population in the past ten years. Prof. S. P. Browder, a educator and founder of Frankfort's free In the county, go to school system, is dead. The body of W. T. Coulter was cut to pieces by the wreck of a car on the Middlesboro belt road. Near Ft. Ancient, 0., a prehistoric tarSPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING and all walled vault haa been uncovered. It contained the remains of 21 persons. work guaranteed. The N. 0. Cotton Hxchange reports the number of bales marketed to date at 8,029,000, or a million in excess of last MEW year. Seven negroes were shot to death at the capital of the Creek nation, in Tex-as- , Having recently purchased of Mr. J. F. Holdam his stock of GENyesterdrfy, for murdering two InERAL MERCHANDISE, to which we have since made large addidians. Major Ben F. Talbott, a prominent tions in ever' department, which gives us a large and complete stock Philadelphia society man, committed consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Hardsuicide by shooting himself while crazed ware and Oueenswarc and Furniture, also a large and well assorted from la grippe. The Court of Appeals has given stock of Men's, Hoys' and Youths' Clothing, all of which will be sold Win. Smith, of Powell, sentenced to Please honor us with a call and examine our death, a new trial for murdering his ri- at Rock Bottom Prices. val in a love nil air. stock and prices. The bounty on maple sugar made fSyRemcmbcr our terms are strictly cash or produce. New Kmrlanders stir themselves this the sear and 17,000,000 pounds were made, Very Respectfully, valued at 1 1,200,000. well-knowlit-end- ly SXLVEEWAES3 W. B. IVEcROBERTS NEW STORE, HEW GOODS, SBWSj P E2' dl PRICES. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. "W. J. F. Cummins, Salesman. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. IJy-a- n mm ll'e ?:?0 You 11 Jleniedy tUIcJi Jnnurr Hnfity lo Jjevf Mother a Htl Cliiht. Ojitr The Old Reliable Jeweler 1 in the Lead. 5iL' "BOTHER'S tua-n-llu- FRIESD 7 i one-thir- d nkm A.iml OiCt, hrnt t one-thir- d ;cl;t-,tW- Jmar, Mo Jan. l!tli, chnrK-)ipalil.on iwelptof r IkXIIq. Ilooit tu S!uthrriiiallrl rreo. miAlJI'SIH.D I&IIUL'IiA'l'Ull CO., ATLANTA, A. i. i:ol Coujhirment of Its I'auif JIurroT andJllsli. " Mollier'H Frleinl" I pucilia .iuiini..nilui,lu(ii-iiiilliTMurd uul In hjcIi caa. Jin. I , tfxprrw. 9 LJ .f3X gy; A. VfC'JvT $$: :,' - R. Penny OF Has the largest and MOST COMPLETE STOCK ly Watches and Jewelry Vt n 60LU UV ALL WIIUO .IST3. .,,;.. ' , iet-tiii- JAS. 15. 3IAKTIX, lif (.I'l'o, U ciii(ll,ltc for Clerk ol the Curt 0 AUt kUbjtc, to Ule U,,0I, t the democracy. RICHARD C. WARREN .1 Ml i' Tx Tr Tsf"J r ' ever shown in Stanford at prices as low as the lowest. Ii a Candulite for Auditor of the State ot to the will of the Democratic party. The c.aet dimensions of Col. A. M. Swope's monument are: Height fti feet 0 inches, bust) fet wpiare and weight (11,000 pounds. The uranite is of the. Harre variety from Harre, Vt and is of the linest quality. Flint destroyed the lecidence, smoke house and other buildings beloncjin: to W..J. Daujjlierty, near Friday niht. Nothini: was mv-e- d but two beds and .Mr. 1). is left in a very bad fix. The Are started from the kitchen, lint he is confident it was set. Turn-ersville, 1 1 whose fust is loss is JSOO. sehsion at the Cincinnati Conservatory It lias been very warm ami dry for a of Music closed Saturday, has decided to rapid week or more nnd the streets are as dusstay another term. Sh is uiakini: progress and is much pleased w ith her ty as in Aticust. If the waterworks company don't hurry up we will have surroiiiidiiiKS. no street sprinkling this season. They K. L. Pn.MAM, of Central I'ltot'. was dow n Saturday to see his are burning duyhnht now if they expect parents in this county, lie looks none to fultlll their contract tohave the works thn worse from the exorcise it took to in operation August 1. Million u number of his largest pupils, No. ISs. Buford F.llis a colored I., it who misbehaved some weeks niro. N. employe at Rowland, has probably Mil J. B. Pantos went to Louisvillu the largest foot for his size in the counSunday to return with Mrs. T. P. Hill, try. He is about ft feet tall, weighs 170 Jr , who came from her far away home and wearsNo. IS shoes. His lasts, which at Buffalo, Wyoming, because of a fail- are of course nnule to order, resemble ure of her health. She left Tom in good saw logs more than they do the shape of condition and in work up to his ears. a human being's foot and the bottom of Miss Lliy Tatk returned yesterday them are as flat as a flounder. from n lengthy May at the New Kngland Conservatory of Music at Boston. Her( Tiik Chaucer meeting at the College musical education is now complete and Friday afternoon, in which thu young perfect. She isdeliglileii wun nosiou, Indies of the Literary Class took part, oven to its baked beans, and enjoyed her was much enjoyed by those fortunate otay greatly. enough to bo present. Kssnys on the great writer were read nnd many of liis CITY AND VICINITY. famous quotations, with which the young Two gardens, Apply nt ladieH were very familiar, were used. Foil Rkxt. The occasion was made doubly pleasant this ofllce. by instrumental music by the experts of FitKHit arrival of seed Bweet potatoes at that institution. IS. K. k W. 11. Wearen'B. Tiik town of Uarrodsburg is particuTiik Louisville store will pay the high- larly unfortunate in the lino of disasest market prices for eggs. trous fires. Just a year ago she suffered liKST indigo blue prints only B cents a $125,000 conflagration and on Thursu per yard, at Cash Bargain Store. Joe day night another severe one, causing loss of Sol, 000, occurred. Fire was dis t:. Jones. covered in the Mercer Grain ami Coal The city council haa passed nn ordi- Co.'s largo elevator, but had gotten under nance against hogs rtinniuB at largo on too great a headway to be. controlled by the Btreeta. the poor lire fighting facilities that that r t Skk our new challies, ginghams, black place nilbrds. There were some 80,000 India linenB, rongese, bushels of wheat iu tho largo elevator und a smaller one, which also burned, black lawns, &c. Severance k Son. . nnd the loss is estimated at a little more Q I will continue to make cabinet than $50,000. Tho wheat was entiroly nt f--' per dozen for the remain- covered by insurance and the company der of this month. A.J. Karp, Stanford. held S13.000 on tho buildings. The Southern depot was injured to tho Acconm.NO to actual couut there are aa many Walter A. Wood machines in extent of $1,000. Spontaneous combusthis county as all other makes combin- tion is generally supposed to have been the cause. ed. Miss Kittik lUi-oii- N, Finn. About n o'clock Saturday evenhe MockhcMcrt of the Stmifrnl m,l MlllcUe ing the tiro alarm was sounded and the villi. I'urupUe Kiil Co. will ele, t Directors at M Cnrrutki Church at oa. m. tirM batunUy In bucket brigade was seen running down WW MuKU TRICK, J'reu.Ieiit speed. Col. Main Street at a break-necT. V. Miller's roof had caught fire from a flying spark and had it not been seen in time one of the finest dwellings on I hao finished my nrw Saw Mill on the Somcr-inke j mill" trom lower Main Street would likely be in tofium.hanykind ofStanford and am prepared IX'MIIKR. SHINC.I.ES. W. G. Huney and At at LOWES! PRICKS, t will sell the ashes now. Messrs. the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give Richard Walter who were working near t me .1 trial I'mtoffice. MAYWOOD, K I will de Iver sawed chestnut shingles at Stan- by succeeded in extinguishing the Unities fr- rllowlandatJj.sirM. A II, .c.lv before much damage was done und by ty 4 the time the b. b. arrived they weie leaving the roof. . 1 Notice of Election. 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 solicA. R. PENNY- ited and I guarantee satisfaction. k J, N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, ITEW SAW MffiCi. lum-ler, Garden Seeds of All Kinds, also Gardin Rakes and Hoes at et - FARRIS&HARDINS. Big line of Glassware lni-'versit- y, Tins ollice lias frequently been taken for a photograph gallery and once or twice for a woolen mill, but not until Saturday last had it been nccused of THE CHEAT HOUSEHOLD 11EMEDY FOH being a banning institution. A damsel of a dusky hue came up and handed one j of our handsome printers, whom she supposed was the cashier, a check and SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. asked for the money on it. The usual largo supply ..r itiftmii. on hand in a PRICE 50 CENTS. j " Send three twoceat stamps for freo sample printing ollice makes it unnecessary to and book. say that the check was cashed, but for bos fear that we may be further troubled, we will state that while we are very near nmm E TAR:0iDS0AP ABSOLUTELY PURE, D just received and cheaper than anywhere. thing; Very soon it will be Summer, then of course it wont be Spring." roscy-posey "Spring is here, and it's a hummer of a Gardening time has come and you will find At A. A. WARREN'S "MODEL GROCERY" A large and select stock of N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, White?and Red 11 banking institution (just over one) our time is too precious to devote to business in that line. hetn--8titclie- d pho-tograp- ha The much talked of malpractice suit of FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATHJ Onion Sets, Beans, Peas, &c, in bulk and an endless variety;' of AND NURSERY PURPOSES.! Henry A. IMeaaants against Dr. Steele Landreth's, FerrX's and Crossman's Garden Seeds in papers and Huilev for the alleged bad setting of a TAR-0ICO.,; Chicago, .IU packages. Also Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, &c. broken leg, was decided Saturday, the For sale by A. R. Tetiny and M. L. llourne, jury bringing in a verdict for tlioileleuu- - Stanford ant. All of Thursday and Friday nnd till 12 Saturday were taken up with the testimony and it was 7 o'clock that evening when the speaking was concluded. Messrs. Saufley, Miller and Owsley for Having Removed My Stock- the defenso nnd Messrs. Breckinridge, Harding and ltobbitt for the plaintiff, all inado good speeches and were highly complimented 011 tlieir labors. The juis The ry was in its room just H minutes, ami Back to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can the attorneys for thu defense claim that it would not have taken even that sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. All kinds of produce taken long to decide had not the rest of the jutn exchange. ry had to wait on n couple of jurors who were tardy in getting to thu room. It U generally conceded that the plaintiff made not even bo strong a case as at the October term when the jury stood 10 to 2 in favor of Dr. Hailoy. Tho doctoi's Lexington friends are rejoiced at tho outcome, made by LATE ALEXANDER'S HOTELai though they never doubted that it would Roller Mills Co., Lexinghe otherwise. Mr. Pleasants will take AND sale by all ton, Ky. tho case to the Court of Appeals. m REMOVED -- XL 'w J Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, No- BEST FLOUR the tions, Etc., CREAM the For first-cla- ss FLOUR THE WIILILAMILD 9 THOROUGHLY RENOVATED Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite B. IF. IROTTT. IMPROVED. Court-House, Lou-isvil- lo son of Pascal Porter, the 2 year-olMr. and Mrs. Zan Duddorar, died Saturday of spotted fever. The remains were interred in Buffalo Cemetery Sunday af ternoon. d Grocers. Don't fail to use Cream Flour if you- want good Bread and a happy Cook. - Rates $2.50 Per Day. LOUISVILLE, KY. W. R. LOGAN, W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. A. Manar. j , aten TT"' "wijiipi1"- - JaWitjOt ' '"V f Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. T.lfe III 11 Modem Tint. tho bookfceopor one morning when ho was late, "but it's n tlimily private hall, Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning Btejim heat, outside windows, frescoed THKV 11UKEI) ON. ceiling, sfoiined glass entrance, and all 5 THEV IIRKED ON 'WUH. LOCAL TIME CABD. sort of thing, you know. It's u that gem." t 3a pm Mail train going North Three days later ho trotted in " South 131pm Registered us Hob Link. Trials yli 11 50 p m Express train " South hour late, with a piece of of .1 Sirol liy the Rrcat llelmont 64, sire tiT a Nutwood North.... jitam 19 Jiyiam red flannel around his neck and a voice 7 18IJ, Fred Arthur a 14M. Wedge ood damsand 36 Local Freight North of 31 In a 30 Hit and sire of 25 daughter the liko a bullfrog in autumn. South. 5 up m also carry passengers. in J 30 list. Statidsrd Rule h The latter trains "I can put up with inconveniences," The above is calculated on standard time. Solar ho said, "bat when I can get a view of Sired by Sultan 1513. Record 3 34. . ..... o. .time is about 90 minutes faster rirst dam neiue rtmkcau oj r... Ciro nf St.imlmul 2 it. Rtilv jioh. Alcuer 320U crack in the sire of Dr. West a 17H. Contractor ui,ii.iui 1U04 tho North liver through was sired by n Sweetheart 2 32)4 and 25 in ?(to lit at'd gr.tndtire wall, fly a kite in tho private hall and Alax, lull brother to Orange Girl a 20, by 30 Int. Con tractor's Ky. knock icicles off tho steam radiators 1 (rem 10lUmblettnun ij dam Lady Godbey by ofSin dam Lady Dunton by George W likes )io, Fltt lull nrotner 10 o.un- record 1 as. sire Harry Wilkes a 134, Guy W likes to ily tho flag of distress," teer and Sentinel Ajax sire.l 7 a 30 list think it's time AT LEXINGTON i$H, W.Ion a to1,, bo So 2 17M and 69 ill J jo '' and ho coughed a graveyard cough until by Night Hawk Second dam Josic, record his shaped pura sS)by 514, the or n( Ed 1 30,,, Sentry 2 1 Second dam full sister to 28 ple nose- looked likoho queerhis breath he Jim Monroe 83s. sire of Lady D.Monroe3 16, Kitty and site damiRedCrosiAnnani4,2 Minnie Warrenjj, 7K 161 Monroe plum. When got ; rfH Tecuniieh 2 8 Ae. It.itcs 19, Monroe Chief 2 i8'4 and 14 in 330 II. I. And Close May 11. Twelve Days. continued: Jim Monroe by Alexanders Abdallah 15 Thud dam by Vermont Hero 141, slroof Ladv of Lady Maud 2 iStf. "Tho janitor only Gen jiotmds of M 3 i Five Grand Each Day. steam, and shuts off runs iivowell as tho Third dam by Duv all's Mambrino, son of Whip. Calmorsand10H nndKn, sire list. 17 in 3 30 that as st.dlioti Piiiate Commence at t o'clock st.iinl.ini time. water at 9 every night, and this morning HELMONT CU KF is a rich bay in color, was foaled in iSIs ; lie stands full 16 Hands high and tho servant couldn't draw enough water .t extra nuitcuiar Reduced Fare on All Railroads. from eight faucets to moisten a tea- is strictly a tine horc, smootn turned hard finish: the iiocwiiraciu, i"in(;thu stallion- in farm, ' K'" individual merit ol excillentsetoflegs Hat, clean and in r Ills oldest cylts are coming spoon. Tho agent is a dude, who makei in netmn is fulh up to and in keeping with his high breeding cars run directly to the gate Electric Id nwniNl by h Cribbs, DecatUi, I.r. hn.- rrrni natural lie had i.i. lots of promises; tho janitor is afraid to Mirb ..!that went trials better thansiMed last venr a I will pav Jsoi to the breeder ol inc nr. 230 3 vt J F KORINSON, J. 11. FERGUSON. burn too much coal for fear ho will loso ncrformer of Ins get since he has been ov. tied b) me Pretiaent. Secretary HELMONT CHIEF v. Ill make the season ofi8.,tMt my place mur McKmncy at his job and I can't find out who the SEASON AT 189:. owner K If things don't change soon 1891. or Season, with Return Privilege. to I'm going to build camp fires in every . on good grass at Jj per month ; owners' .Mares kept room." Now York Evening Sun. "I've just moved into n now flat," Baid Lineoln Stoek Farm, STJMAC. The Impotted Youngs Jack, WYLBY. Will make the season of 1B0I at my farm, the old l.oyd Thurmon place, near John Shelby Clt , BrtMf 'Wilkos. SIANDARI). sire of King Toskey, reconlatj, Mary Lou iii,ilin Etna tanndam of Maud Met senger 3 iM-- . Hreeic Wilkes wl make the season of at ir.y place a1 miles from Stanford nn the Rush llratii Ii pike, Hy Pelcskey i McKINNEY, KENTUCKY. i,t 1 three-quarte- rs BELMONT CHIEF 8689. 1- 1111 the fact it asccttained. torn A high, Is a black lien on olt until money is I nid 8 CHARLES Dl'NN, Slaninrd, Ky and a jack of fine tle He must be seen to be appreciated GKOROF. 11 r.NGLF.MAN, At $20 to Insuro a Living Colt, At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due as as This line young jack Is n hands Ills head and ears ShclbvCIt), t. 9 Ky ERRICSSON, JR., Secctid cootln to Maud Hy Erricssoti 1 The Premium .Saddle Stallion, 11 Association Races, Hamble-tonla- LORD CLIFTON, and (Shown last season R times as a took 7 premium! and eertituale Will make the season ol tlM at my place 3 miles from Stanford on the Danville pike, 1 S , wsxnl Jay Em See mid Nut. IU-ilo- V. ft 111 Will Commence April Races 1 At $15 to Insure a Mare in Foal, Money . (is in 2 c 30 list) nt dam by son ol Old I'llcl site uf Pilot, Jr. (12 in 2 so and the site of the dams nf Maud S , Jay Ii, e Sie and Nutneod. Erricstou, Jr , It a solid black, 16 hands hiyli and ever) Inch a hone His colts ate ol good sue, tle ami color, are suitable for Ihe farm, track nmt Kastrrn m.irLl unit liln w. n.i.iuiL .nn.l ... nv., .... .....v ,f l disposltmns, can not ! excelled for lamlly horses Give him attlal and lie cotivinevd. He standi list - ,l,,,.(, 1 I -- -- -- - . 1 I I "MAPLES," S50 Insure S30 tho is parted with or btcd In another horse I ord Clifton is a beautiful red sorrel, with a d mane and tall, l$M and lUnpiiuatcd f;e a petfect saddle iji, hands, foaled In in history at my stable Antilles from Imiie 'Dime w h wmit to breed to a good 'saddle stal-Iio- h llitiionvllle, on the Hustimrille .V Liberty turn tike road. Will alto tt.nd my are mrdially invited tu look ut my born and sec him move. I lo was sited by Secend lewtd, he by Cunnlog-ham- 's Jewel, be by old Washington Denmatk. His first d im Fannie by 11 son of Gill's Vetssvont; At TKN DOLLARS to insure a mate lit foal ad dam bv OM Monte, Ihoioughhm! His roll, spewk well him Lien ielaiiHl on colt till season Is paid. due when the mare The Small Sum of $12.50, Toying fr Jack ri-- k I first dam by Sentinel, jd dam by Alexander's Messenger Chief 3d dam by Kc-- Jacket by Abdallah Pilot; ttt dam by Mambnno Messenger, 2d dam by Mambnno Chief, 3d dam by Imp. rs'apoleon. Denmark Chiefs 1st dam was sired by Sumpter Denmark, he by Goddard's Denmark, ho by Games .V Cromwell's Denmark, he by the raca His ad horse Denmark, he by Imp Hedzeford. dam was by On Time, .id dam by Red Lion I uM.alsi stand nt same place my fine mule mph mill T.vpliiiltl I'iimt. A comparison of tho natural course of typhoid fever with the process of cure of lupus, "as described by Koch, shows many striking points of retemblauce. Ily General Knox, sire, of 18 in the j ;o list, 3 in Tho lupus extends because tho tissue in Standard Rule ft. s 20 list. First dam by llourlon Chief, siro olsix which the tubercle bacilli aro developed hands hih, ioaled In 1883, niackttallion, i 2d dam a thoroughbred. 5, Irom a 18K to A is not sharply limited, as in tho caseof the bred by by l.oldsmitli, Oranjc county New York. Caslelar 1062 Sired $20 to Insure. intestinal glands. Tho jioison generated First dam Woburn Maid, by Woburn 393, (the Carver by the tuK-rclbacilli in lupus is not taken dam of id dam bya:27lO 2d dam b a Mambnno Mambnno Messenger. St Julicll in quantity into tho blood, and there is horse Casteur 102, ly Volunteer 5s, sire ofHammond, Nodlna no elevation in body heat, or reaction, j itW, etc; st dam Miss dam Wells'by Star, dam of 2d Potter's Clay; such as occurs in pulmonary tuber- sonol a ai'i and ModevtyasO by American Artillery Metropo'itan dam by William Welch culosis. Heretofore tho disease has fre- Mar 14 , td dam by Hertrand Hy First Woburn 142, uy nainoicioniairioi i.i uum .'us. si re of Prince Imperial a aij, Jeremiah 2 2t,&c. quently been cured by removing tho disCooley, b) Telegraph 301; 2d dam the dam ot Geo. ad dam a thorough bred. eased tissues or by destroying tho bacilli Cooley, by Friday at mv stable Ed llarlow by external replications. Following tho (rom titanfotdwill standnew White Oak 3 andmiles Dix $20 to Insure. on the injection there is a strong constitutional River turnpike, near DuJderar's Mill, T. A. KLKIN, Lancaster. ii reaction, and tho affected parts apparently become inflamed, as do tho affected At $10 to Insure a Living Colt parts in tho early stages of typhoid Ed. Harlow's colts that have come this spring fever. The diseased tissue then becomes are good ones and bid fair to make valuable animals. "brownish and necrotic." This also ocThis handsome young stallion w ill be permitted curs in typhoid fever. Tho necrotic tisto serve a few mares sue is then thrown off, leaving a healthy IwlllaNi stand at the same time and place my young jack, ulcer which At $10 to Insure a Living- Colt. process takespromptly heals. Tho saino place in typhoid fever. He is a bay, 15 hands high, 3 years old and is Dr. Austin Flint in Forum. At JStomsiire a living colt Joe is a red jack, 3 n typical saddler He is by Hutchison Chief, No. car j old last October, full tj hands high, of fine 13430, by Messenger Chief. Hutchison Chiefs To keep flowers fresh as long as possiTim Koch 1.3 Two miles from Lancaster on the Stanford pike. J. p. CROW, Proprietor. DORSEY GOLDDUST, Standard No Mates gtaied at reamahle tales, but Hot responsible lor aieidents.slHHild any occur G A LAC KEV, Stanford 3 Persons breeding to cither and then trading or breeding the mar eliewns!, re rulers money due li. S POWELL, Huttenvilks, Ky ' Arthur Sims 3041, Ed Barlow 2375. SILVER TIR This young sta'lion will be permitted to serve a few good mates at onr stables one mile fiom Stanford un tho Hustoiiville pike, at Saddle Stallions. Wallace Denmark, Le.xell, Tom Robinson. Ihe lan,y Saddle Sulltoli, u,i. e J Wyandotte 5526, Denmark Chief. - This young roidttcr stallion is all inbred Gold-du- tt foaled iu Apti1, iS?. 11 a b ty.full 4 hands speed) aud uneMcllcd in .tle, action, finish and disposition r nil brother to Kstel e, tttal 1 'S, Corinne, trt 1 id and Montro-c- , tlio speedy and premium cll of 8 Sired by lie mil Golddutt ijo. by Vtrmetit Morgan, 4400 (by Goldduvt Clo-erelated 10 .Iaul,S , 208',, arxl Johustau, d 3 c6H than any other stallion, the Jlrst 5 j stallion tu trot in public as fast as 1 at, sire of Cigarette, dam nf Rosalind Wilkes the fstct mare of the W Ikes family, record 3 1414; 7 34, Fannie Golddust, 2 25' ,, Kstetle j jj1. Dam Florcme, d.iin of Kttcllc by Gitldcli Mingo Chief, sou of Gall's Comet Motguii. Over vot (the : o perfsrmers have a strong infusion of Golddust and Morgan blood Dorsey Golddust will make the presefit neason at my plate sj ml cs from Stanford 011 the 1 r ear-slihirl-win- d, $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt. Description and Peaiisi' Silver Tip Is a nice bay with fine mane ami tail, hind ankle, whiteaud wetnmk will mike a great show hots. lie was most by the .ttemram saddle hot.e. Silver King, heby On Time, he by Slooall Jack Wallace Den mark, t;s 1 - in',, )Mke Is a tieh Mahogany bay. uV, hands Ingh, heavy mane and tail, is ttrutly line and f.iii v. it both a natural and idrataiit sad.ller, btee.U fn y an. sn quietly dtlveti in harness Me a tri Iter Silver King's dam .Mettle .M ounce wassiredby when high He it tail uyle on IkpiIi n.lrs io the third gi n Cabhs'H's I.esmgtsm; d dam by oung America, rratton, l,eked b) thnt ughbtfsliun both tiilei it he lv lavUr's MesMRget Silver 'riii's st dam was bv Skeedsddle, Mor- muklng bim very ailse and .nrirhtly m gait, i ris's famous saddle tars, he by Olttvr. e by form and finish a nerltst modni lie wit sired y Smnirter Denmark, be by Gsoldard s Drnmaik Iu Wagoner Skcnlsd He's 1st dam Mesloe, td dam 'Immpct-e- r, by GalnrssA Ctemwell's Denmark, he by the ra t bor.e Denmatk, he k) Imti llsilgelord lltttir't id dam Aratns dam was sired by Sir Wallaie. be by Toslliunlcr s Silver '1 ip's id dam was ky lied Lion Sir Wallace, he by Sir Allien, thoroughbred, t Mates kept at reasonable rates but no responsidam by irgmius (dam uf VtrgtHius by Iranhv, bility lor ui idrnis or esc)e lhnromiSljrr.il he by the celebrated Mason s Mum patted with fotfeits insutance. Lie Whipp, l dam a Wtupp mare on soils fur teatoli At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. Mnareskept on reasonable terms Personal at tentiun ,HeR but Notlttpouilbie for accidents. At same timo and plxe, will make th eas..n withixie i f Levi Hubble', best bred vouagjaik., IIUAI IV IlkDS " . Stanfnrd, Ky. Joe Ero."broo, EAGLE BIRD. At our stables j mil-shelhy ( ity piki- - tins -c willbcpeHMiUe.lt' serve s ri- JPKXJtfCE, 'Ily Mtibble's Prime, the sue ol Brignoh and Joe lllack burn, JR., ble, be sure to cut a little oil the stem each day. A hard crust forms on the end of tho stem, which prevents the water from ascendinc, and this should be cut each day. A little charcoal in the water in which the flowers stand jack will sweeten them and keep them fresh longer. Dime Museum Mnnager "lint I don't seo anything remarkable about you. What's your specialty V" Applicant "I'm n giant." Dime Museum Manacer "Gi nothing. You ain't six feet tall." Applicant "I know it. You might exhibit mo as the smallest giant in the world." stvle and action; bred by the late Pcjton Einotee, ol Lincoln c!unt, and has a double cross of Jim Porter. For Information as to bis breeding, call on Wm. Gooch, of Lincoln, or J. P. Embrcc, of KOSCOE. ,,., rirtt Uiu by idetie, d.m ly l.y ii,if,, heby lllod Ilia illak he r,velnir lllack llswk tiki l if Stanford on ike nwlex' ist dam I v Msmlwins. I hil. t.1 dam voting .addle stailmn Hay Messenger, 3d Sir WalUie, as given S.n..t Walla, e Denmark .b.,e. is a l.fautifvd black m hsn.ls in.hr high. Wm, y mine an.l tall, of ,1 l imestilr. i )eatsold nest May all. I u tty pt nnsm ... ,oJt , wfik-hian- il;r ie, 1 mates lam by CantHmt Wtuuu Madison. Money due on all seasons when the celt comes liRtiblark with while points, nearly is hand, high, fine length, bone anl body, 3 year. old. or mare traded oil g M SPOONAMORE SirjNi by J.,e Ulac.burii C. First ... ..&udam Dully Wl. - - "J i.nM r. V-.si ..... I- nvH...i...k , u tuins is IHnc r.miKV. by Stonewall Jafkv.n he by John Haughman s jack, bis dam by Jim lVrler. id dim Ellen Illjlbe bs'lllvtke'.- Ilanilutl. , hr 1 - w.1.,,. wl.w. .tl. .1.. mnuuu fi.u.m j a fine black leiint't ..,ld hs llr ll.,r,M, r , ...,.'- son county, ti Levi Hubble, At $15 to Insuio a Livintj Colt. TOM ROBINSON, Son ol Wallaie Denmark above, ut dam y Mit ler's Denmark, lot dam rmnse; l iUn l.y Olivet, id daiu by Old Dtonn Tom it i line .hap d hone, black with henvy mane an tail, 1$', bands high, it a na'nral sadder and bss proven himself a Ian. v breeder 1 Is ah.it si... L ..fl n.iL.il. .r .. . . mv farm it ,,iM. r.,.H )li..in.Miu r a slati.n, ami will i permtittxl to serve marts jer b) the tnsuramr, Mont-gome.11 BREECHLOADER. - 'n. At Eight Dollars to Insure. Mazes pined with forfeits the insurance. L D. GARNER, Crab Orchard, Ky. 13 This thoroughbred will make the season of 1891 and Mdiedgevlllcplkp at my farm on the 6 miles from SUnlordand i1 miles truui Mtlledgo-vill- f. At $10 for a Living Colt. A hen will be retained on colls far so ten V REM). Stanford At $10 to Insure a Living Colt, Money due when tho colt is foaled cr mare putted A lien reiaineu un ait eun unm ?uuti money is paid dark bay, Description Hrcechloader is a rich is4-hands ith bla-points, heavy mane and tail, high. Hli colts arc large fine ar.d of solid color can be ICCII HI I. S. ss:,s. No. 47, Breechloader, bay, foaled in Pedigree 1880 Hy Imp Hillet 150. Pirt ilim Nellie ilev. crandam of Hinette by Hob Johnson; 2d dam Mary Churchill by Alex. Churchill; 3d dam by Imp Margrave, grandam of King Alfonso; itn uam .vii.ueioe oy v.nerokv Susan by Tiger. r"th dam by 5th Jam Hlack-EyAlbert; 7th dam by Algerine, 8th dam b Grey Alfred; 9th dam .1 mare purchased in irginia by Capt Ilutbridge for breeding but whoie pedigree 11 now lost; believed to be by Amcricux; 10th dnm by by Imp, Monkey; nth dam by Imp. Medley; lath dumb) Imp Shark; 13th dam Imp Kearnaught Imp. Hillet, sireol above horso and also Miss Woodford, Ileludetp, The Llone.s, Sc .died lately. Ills get won last season 110,042 and he stood second tn the list of winung sires. He was 34 year old and his get won from 188; to 1888 Jjo.-o- s jo. I will alto stand at the same place my vvltn. ! ed RnffGOLD. METROPOLITAN 1372, Son of Hysdyk's Hambletomau. Dajn.JOETTE, by IHood Chief, 792, Sire of UY Fan-ni- c T PENCE! Three-year-ol- Description and Prdigrre He 1. a beaiufnl dark brown, with small star and snip, good mane and tail, j rats old and is to'li unhands hifh, commanding in apptaranee and svmmtxrical in form Sited by King Eagle (the Atkins hort ) First dam bv Star Eagle, sd dam bv Hamlet Denmark, Doiant' id damby Harris' Denmark King Eagle was fin kj IMatk Eagle Star Ragle wat got by Cabbie's l.vslugi.m, dam by Garrald Chief, Hamlet Denmark was by Washington liar Denmark, dam by lti.hop's IUmlUlHii.n and Lexcll $15, Nt' Denmark was hy Miller's Denmark Considering htss tine sue, clr. style and action, And Tom ivt$0. together with his most excellent breeding, we Slxk committed to my care and breeding will think we hare placed hit servo et low Care taken to prevent amdert- - but do respon roeeivc my ncrstmsl stiealMsn Gtas furnithod at ieatnable rates, in panl lew belttte removal "I sibility sntiid an) icor stasck No rcfsosvibilitr far .ecblmtsor civ Also at the same time and pla ewe will stand Patting with stosk or tcssmval frosn nmghboihood forfeit' IwuraiKv ami makes Maoon due the fine imported jaek. .... ... .... -- Wallace at ti k7 Record S IAN DA It D. Robinson, 2 20J4 Metropolitan is acknowledged to be one of the best and bv many the very best bred stallion ever io.il-eHlsfull sister Relna Victoria, sold at thc.Mc-Ferra- u sale for $7,025 highest price ever paid for a brood mate at public sale Tw o fillies by Metropolitan, neither of which were ever hooktd single, sold at public sato for $1,325. averaging to Wood Chief, by Illood's lllack Hawk, dam Miss Duncan by Scott's Highlander, grandam by Ara-tuid dam bv.Tlmoleoii Mood Chief sired Fannie Robinson 110 and Chief 3 23&J. Illood's HUck IIwb sired the dams of Von ArnlTn 2 19U ami Almcnt, Jr , 3211 and grandam of llelle HrasfieM 220 and Protienea 18. Rlngold is 151" hands highland extremely fine nnd stylish, Will make the season of '91 at ray stable nt Moreland, 2 mllesNorth of Hustonville, on the Iltistnnvilleand Daullle pike, ut $10 to a Living Colt. Lien retained on all Insure mare is rebred to another horso or traded colts If money will be due. Grassfurnlshcd at $230 per month. Care taken to prevent accident, or escapes but no responsibilityshould any ocur, I haveemplojed O A. Hoover of Klngsvllle.Pa. to drive for mo this season, lie has put 0 horses in the 2 30 list. I have a spleudid tract and will hanpridle a few horses besides my own at ces. For particulars uddress, Highest of A cream of tartar baking powder W. S. WIG1IAM, Moreland, Ky. all in leavening strength. Latest V S Government Food Report d. Metropolitan, by Ryidyk's Hambletonian, dam Hyacinth by Volunteer, grandam Clara, dam of Dexter and Dictator, by Seely's American Star. RpYAl Jj ... STEVE WALKER, Is At $1000 to Insure a Living Colt, a brown jack with wi He points, 9 years old in June by Aiken's and full i$l4 hands high He was.sired King William, he by Kmtf Phillip First dam a lllack Satin jennet; she was sired by King Phillip; Ihii ad dam by Morecastle, he by Jim Porter jack has proven himself a fine breeder A numler .lit POWDER Absolutely Pure of his colts have sold for S100 at weaning time Money due when the colt is foaled or mare part ed with, lien retained till the money it paid. P W. LOGAN, Owner 9 13-a- m Stallions for 1891. MINSTREL, By Longfellow, dam Slipper by Planet, 17 WATERLOO. This trotting and combined stallion will maku ot 1891 at my stable at Milledge-ville- ' first-clas- NABOTH Standard Rule 10016. 6. I'f At $20 to Insure. LITTLE RUFFIN, By Monarchist, Dam Imp. Bon Bon, by Macaroni, At $15 to Insure. Waterloo is a black, Description and Pedigree-hands high, weighs 1,00 pounds, magnificent style and action and is a suro loal gutter: his progs saddle (uali-tio- -i eny combining speed and He has a record of a 23. Heisby Richtlieu, lit by Mambrino Chief; ho by Mambrino Paymaster, ho by Mambrino, hu by Imp. Messenger First dam Helm maro by Hay Mesicnger, ho by Harpuius, he bv Hambletonian, he by Imp Mes- ..... .....,., Vin . ...! II. ..1 1... .!. iM'iiye'r, s.iiidiii ieii iimi. wj wrtiiuuu Vl'h.n ..u l.u Hackburn's Whip, heby Imp. Whip, he by Sal- -t tain, dam by Hcrul; 3d dam n thoroughbrel rtarc I)n .. 1... I ..!.. t..a..iin,.li jlim mis rnt ft ml hterl. UV II11J1 f. ..! WlUllltMl, II4JT .Mt'RPCIItl .mM of a full bloodi-Messenger mare and by Imp. horse, tl hands high, Note Naboth 15 a Rockingham Waterloo's dam by Helm's York- foaled June 38, 1883, bay pedigree contains the His shire, hu by Imp Yorkshire, dam by Welsiger's blood of Hambletonian, George Wilkes, MambriHeUhaziar; 2d dam by Kosuth ; y dam the notiil Pilot, J r and Harry Clay. saddle mare owned byjox Helm and afterward by no Chief, N. T. Lee, Waterloo will stand a Living Colt. $20 to -- r.. Sired by Watslnghamai66 (sire of Latitude, record a: toJ( 1st dam Tinsel bv Messencer Duroc 106. son of Hambletonian and sire ol Elaine a 20. the dam of Nsrlaine, yearling 2 314); 2d dam Hess, sister to James Howell, Jr., by Hambletonian 10, siro of 3d dam Jessie Sayre by Harrv Clay Dexter 2 Julicll 211!;, Ilodiue 45, sire of the dams a igVi and 12 more that have produced 3 30 trotthe) dam of Etectioneet, sire of 30 ters; also sire ol ill ti.e 230 list; 4th dam by Liberty, son of Lance by American Eclipse. Walsingham aifvs sire of Naboth, is oue ol the youngest sons of George Wilkes 419, record 222, who sired Harry Wilkm 3 13S, Guy Wilkes 2 15$, Mike Wilkes 2 15'i, Wilcox a 16 and 6a others 111 3 30 list, also 4. producing sens and 19 producing t;. oft Insure 2 31 PO WHATTAN III By Imp. Glenelg, At $10 to Insure a Living Colt, Or J12 so till weaning time. 12 BROWN JIM. Record 16 Dam Florence I, by Imp. Austra-- " lian, At $15 to Insure. .. CONCREGAN, i By Ten Broeck, dam by Planet, At $15 At $10 to Insure. The Saddle Stallion, 'Eagle Denmark, ' T'At v 'v $10 to Insure. f For pedigrees and particulars, address S. H. or J. H. Baughma.v, Stanford, Ky. 9 Sired by Voltaire 68j first dam by Cheif 2 38; 2d dam by Mambrino Chorister, id dam Lady stanhope, grandam of Rosa Wilkes a 8J4 and Simmons a 18. Hy Hambletonian 10 Voltaire 2 2oJ (by Tattler 300; dam Younc Portia by Mambrino Chief 11; ad dam by Roebuck) sire of lltown Jim. is also the site ol Volnev, br g, dam Nellie by Alden Goldsmith, who made a recTattler, Voltaire's sire, by of 2 29jf Will make the season of 1S91 at my stable i miles ord in 1890 dam Telltale by Telamon, son ol Medoc, Milledgeville. Lin oln county, on the Stan- Pilot, Jr , from sired Indianapolis 321, Rumor 3 ao Slander ford A' Milledgeville pike. In3 28U and Voluiru 2 aotf nnd his nons Abbott, oltaireare dianapolis. Rumor, Tattler, Jr and Pilot Jr. 13, sire all sires of performer. In 3 being Living Colt, of Tattler, is well known as30 one of thegrand-es- t to age. his daughters pro. brood mare sires of the Kye S" V0 j""1 a hieing Maud S a 08X1 Money due when mare is parted with. host ol others of note Lexington Chief $76, Hire is a beautiful dark bay with black points, nf Hrown Jim's dam. is by Kentucky Clay iq; Adonis 15 hands 3 inches high, was foaled August, 1888, dam Lady Warfield by Mambrino Chief it Mam and is a grand saddle horse. Tho.e who want to brtno Chorister Isire of dam of Proteine 2 l3, etc) Kentucky saddle stallion are by Mambrino Chief, dam by Chorister breed to a handsome invited to look mine over and see his action and Living Colt. style. $15 to He was sired by the grand show horse. Second Jewel; he by Cunningham' Jewel, he by1 Wash' ington Denmark. His first dam Minnie, by McDonalds Ilalcorn; 2d dam by Wells' Crusader, his first dam unSaddle Stallion, bay, 15K hands high, three white known, but thought to be an Oliver. feet, heavy tnano and tail, fine sljle and action. Adonis will be allowed to serve ten or fifteen good mares only. a Living Colt. $15 to Mares kept on grass or fed at reasonable prices, but not responsible for any accidents should any Tl,- - ibn.f stallions will make the season of 1801 occur. atmy stable near Hustonvi. K. F. SANDIDGE, j AUCUMAN 6 Milledgeville, Ky. Lex-ngto- M.T. RUSSELL, Mllle.lgeviIle.Ky hands high. ADONIS' Insure a horse, 16 hands foaled May, 1M5 SIKHD HY RIKNI. Full brother to King Rene 1 jojaj. First dam dam of Pence 3394, bv Almoot Fortest 3 .v,. miii of Aliuout 1 30. Second dam by Garrard Chiet, sire of Haul Duket .8li T'hitd dam by Grey Eagle Honor's aire of id dam of Lady Davis 3 Fourth dam by Coppcrbottom, sire of dam of Haul Duke 2 jU$, Rifni was sired by llelmont, dam Rlandina (daincf wigert with j; in 2 30 or better, Abdallah Pilot, jbetler than 2 jo and King Rene u e, with 15 in j 30 list by MambritKi Chief, ad datn Hurehtnare (dam ofl(oslind 2 jlK nnd Donald 3 27 bv Hrown Pilot, Kieoti is full brother ol King Rene a 30l4.Mrr.of Fugne a 19U Mist 1 ,H Prince Edward 3 24Ji, Sarcenet 2 ajjsj and 11 others in 2 30 list Almont forresta 17,, sired by Almont aw1, lite of 17 with records of 3 30 or lotlcr and 4k sires itn tu trotters with records nf 2 300- - better and his daughters have 28 with records of 2 30 or better First dam liy Edwin Foircst with in 3 30 list and lire of the daimof 11 in 3 30 Int. Gairard Chief sired Mambrino Chief; i.t dam Dolly Dixie by Frank? ad dam by Arfttus; 3d dam by Hambletonian; 4th dam hy Dmuied Garrard Chief sired Hasil Duke 3 at'., Mambrino Hippy 333!, Red Crook 2 12' Maggie Lee 3 37 and Nobby, sire of Nobby, Jr, 3 i814, and alio sired the dam of M utile aaVand Don Piiarro, old record 3 I4j, Ed Gambrel J 3;Vf llelmont tired by Alexander's Abdallah a 43- - 1st dam llellr dam of McCurdy'a Hamldetnniaii a 36S by Mambnno Chief: ad dam llelle I oup by Dciiiounuer. neinioni is inc siro 01 33 in tne 3 30 list, hli daughters have produced 3 in a 3liit and 30 of Ins sons have sires! 121 with record, of 3 jo or better Almont 2 sired by Alexander's Abdallah 342, istdam Sallie Anderson by Mambrino Chief; 3d dam Kate by Pilot, Jr. Almont a sired 37 with record, of 3 30 or better and hit daughters have 38 in 2 30 or better; 40 of bis sons have sued tat 111 3 o hit Edwin Forrest sired by Young Itiv KentHt-kHunter tit dam by Watkin 1 Highlander Kdarin Forrest 11 the sire of Hilly Hoskins and Champagne 230 and his daughtets have produced 11 ill 2311 list and his sons have produced 5 with records of 230 or bet ter. Alexander'. Abdallah 2 43 sired by Rjsdyk's Hambletunian, dam Katie Darling Alexander's Abdallah 2 421s the tire of 6 in tho 330 list, his daughters have produced 37 with records ol j 30 or belter and his sons have sired 106 with records of 2 3or better MambrinoChief sired by Mambrino Paymaster; tst dam the dam of Goluih a 3 Mambtino Chief has 8 in 2 ,0 list and his da tier: tcrs have 3i with records of 2 30 or better ami his sons have sired 81 in the 2 30 circle. Pilot. Jr ,br old Pilot, dam Nam y Pope; Pilot Jr.'is the tireol y with records of j 30 or better and his sons have' sired 18 with records of 3 30 and better and his daughters have produced 34 with records of a m or better and two of hu daughters produced Maud S.a oTfa and Jay K)uSeua 10 Ryidyk's Hambletotdaii sired bv Abdallah; is dam Charles Kent mare by Imp llellfbuudcr; 2d dam One Ee, by Hishop's Hambletonian; 3d dam Silver Tail, by Imp Rysdyk's Hambletonian has sued 41 with records of a 30 or his daughters have produced 7s with records of a ;cor better and 119 of his sons have sued 781 with records of 2 30 or letter. PENCE is a horse ot great ipeed.'aavW is no mark of his speed. Owing to an accident getting fastened in Ins stall which threw him out ol training he woold now have a mark of 2 jo or better In a race at Nicholasvillc he trotted as good as 1 24. With the blood of ILiinbtcionian, Mambnno Chief, Pilot, Jr, and Fdwin Forrest and as great an individual ashe is, Pence is bound to make a zrcat stock horse He will make the season of 1801 at mv stable iV mile, from Stanfnnl on the Hustonvillcpilc, KroHU JOHJNT S. He is a blai k, neatly 15 hands and action, and will serve At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. A lien will be retained on colls for season R II. A K. P. WOODS 6 J srilLI.K CARl'INIKU, WEIaXS. high, sf Geo. Dictator 3862. marei '' fine bone ji,. KING BOY. to 1 '. jg-J- , ii')i 1 Mes-cng- c. bct-tera- Jv At $30 to Insure a Living Colt. KING IIUCKDBN Will stand at same place King Hay is a dark bay, 4 veir old, 16 hands high and 'van elegant combined hotse KIckarilMM 3 ijv. Cau-htlHe was sired by I lot tun 1 ln by Dr t like, i aojf, Acolyte a 31 and 21 m the ln.dere Ilerr's Mambrino King, dam by Sltaiiilioat ownb) Abdallah it, nt dam Sa'l) Ander-s- n ed by Chcdwcll, of Virginia by Mambrino Chief 11, ad dam Kate by Thednniwas raised by Stephen Sarrpwn, nrtt I'lk't Jr J dam by Frank Wolfoid, ad dam by original Jim Notraan as site si Lula 1 14V,, ,Mav. Quern 3 10, of Hell, id dim by original Denmttk, who ran 10 the damsofNorval .Virinun Medium i conncntiie miles in aracc.it New Orleans; 41)1 3 an, etc) by Moim Hour 6, ut Jam Slocum dam by Sir I'.liott, jtli dam by Gray i.igl;Alh n are, s. t. b by M arsons. Honurn. dam by Hutiaru. Dletater, the sire nf George Dictator, for many Will make the season of iSyi at my farm, the years lanKUithrd in om. urity and really nev old Wm. Hall place, ; miles frm Stanford, er bad a chance at the ttud until he came to Kentucky, then t tears old and having up to that time but foals had to At Colt. foMlt.andoulya39 fw ofand at were teas than xro them jut (f well hew stullion- - impart mote ipetd I J bted mates At Ihe smac place I wilt stand my fine young bi dttcetidants,and besides they have enduJaek, rance combined with level heads. He i. ihcM sire of si in the 2 1 or better list, 34 trottets and I be trotters are headed 4 pacer.. byjav Kvo See to, Ph.llata it)., Dim ter 'e do He Is hy an imported Spanish jack and has a fine 17. not know another stallion that hat htee tuch bd) and largo bones, lie will stand sons with the same speed and Uumber of heat nutted Jay has tl loats better to Colt. 330, Director H)cSec Phallas 48, a total of than At a 57 and 163 heats in a 30 or belter A lien will be retained on colt, till season monThe returns of tins year's trotting willihow ey Is paid, but if mare is parted vvithtcaum money that Dictator not nlv breeds on tbrcugh Ins sons and daughtets, but also bis gramlwus are putting become due HHKIifri ui Kiillillll HIV 2 30U.I 1 111. pq, S. PHILLIPS t.ol, Hitmbriek, hat 2, Commander 1. Dick Loonier I Stanford, Ky. 62m - "' retenuer J, Ke- porteri. Delineator andVT. Endmion leu sons Combined Stallion SPUED STYLE sired iv trotters His daugtiteis promise to make treat brood "tf" nrown, r.tbert, V Keller I bonus. Evening Star. Garnet, Latt Chance, Nancy Hanks, Northwett.VictoriaWilkes. ., . .. .. S, n,..l .tatflA Will make the season of 130,1 at ' Travelers' Rett ......., SAli.miin ,..,,, ,,,,.,,,,,. .iiiKCI 3 y ui rector has a record of a u and Nancy Hankt has rami near Shell ) C ity, Ky , a record ofa ij'J( a third heat made ina race, and a rev er been beaten Colt. she by Phallas has put j His grandton,Phalla-,n.At $15 to in the list. 1'li.dlent ,30 and Virglnius He is a blood bay, tj1, hinds hili, left hind aaS'j LiveSloik Rccori) foot white, hcavv mano mid tail George Dictator is a black stallion. 13 high, foaled in 1S84 is a handsome fellow hands 1 Sired bvSaddlowood and will Fint rlum by Smith s Almnt, sire of Katie How- - certainly sire extreme speed He wasbredfora great stock horte He will stand aid 2 i'j,i 3d dnm by lain1 Wellington Saddlcvvood, a grand saddle horte. was by Wild wood; 1st dam by Star Denmark, the winner to Living Colt. of 100 premiums, 2d dam l.y an imported saddle stallion; 3d dam by Veech's Hambletonian. Wildwood was bv Hlackwoud 74 3 31 HOGA-NT- . sireof Hlackwood, Jr., 2 334 ; lit datn Kate MesDavyCrock-tl'iJ- f senger by Messenger Jr; 3d dam by Hay stallion, 16 handt high; foa'ed 1E35 J'' dam by Hriintwick.son of Sumpter; Sired by KINO C.KSAR. Smith's Al4th dam liy Davit' Hamhletniiian moin by Almont 31, sire ol Westmont 3ijs,, (Ily llogan's Administrator.) Fanny Withetnpoon 3 16, .Vt. Hlackwool 74 by First dam Carrie Allen, by Norman 35, siro of I.ula a 4J . , Mny (Juccn 220, Second dam by Sir Robin """nu Jr' tie. Dam by Mambrino Chief. Third dam by Giltner llrown's Highlander. Lexington Deurnark is claimed to lie one of tho King Citsar by llogan's Administrator ,'sire of handtomest and most beautiful horses iu KenMajor Landers 3 27 A I son of Administrator tucky He is fashionably bred Ml saddleund 357 tire of Catchrly 3 is',', Mc.M ,hon 3 and 6 otlieri is a grand saddle horse, a finegaitcd American Clay ttoller and goes the gaits naturally. He bat ill 3 30,; dam by ftire .of Gran- is. ' Mn...- ".".K tl. 23;. etc ad dam d am shown a 2 ;o g:ut, both racking and trotting, with2 16',, nnd It ild Wilkes He emanates from the high- of Wilcox '""?'" out any preparation 230) by Red class of saddlo and premiiiit horses in Ken- Hawk; 3d darn by Mambrino Chief 11 est i'Sjii win atanu tucky on his sire's side and his dam represents some of the best trotting lamdies in the whole country. This combination produces the best com$10 to bined horses in the world and those which command the best prices 111 all eastern markttt. Any I alto have one will have to see him to appreciate his great-net- s y SUndard Ruler ) Sired by Dictator It) (tire of Jay Kre Sen , uv 1 hallas i itl,, Due. t.r J 17 and 20 others in lhe 2 30 list. first dam Alice, by Almoin u Second dam Norma, by Alexander's Norman as 'Ihird dam oung lw)msn mare, by Loeur de Leon Hevls ) Foutth dam Old 1 wyman mate unttaced Almont ji (sire of Fanny Wither. poori 3 iM. Piedmont t i;) and others in 230, also sire of the damt of Alabatter, 4 years 15 I II si)j, charm-cdcltci- 1 ' $8 Insure a Living SAM. $8 Insure Living a- 1 1 LEXINGTON DENMARK Insure a Living ',,'J"cl"u (Jon-dol- s, -- .,..,, .. Phal-lamo- nt n ('' ' At $20 Insure a 1) ". At Insure. Insure a Five Splendid Jacks, I will At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. ITa Is n hrtft-.-t also itand my splendid young jack, Star Denmark, Insure hands high, fine inane and tail, of fine action un J is a natural saddle horse: bv Silver Kinc. the great premium hor.e First dam by Imp. Iluck-dead dam by Denny's Drennon; 3d dam by Filmore. Filmore 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 but not respond-bl- e for escapes or accidents. A.M PENCE, Stanford, Kr n; 1,i. ,w,l,i, u!,.. :.. ,.t Imported Hidalgo, 1 Four years old, black with white points, jj. hands high, and a "jlui dandy,'' at $10 to insure a living The other Jacks are colt, due October 1st, 1892, or when mare is parted servB mares with. Lexington Denmark's fee will be due when colt $10 is foaled cr mare Is parted with. Mares kept at $3 These animals will per month owners' risk. I solicit a cbso impcc-tb- ii Somerset pike a miles of my stock. I.S. TEVIS, 8 Shelby City, Ky. 4 M.S. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. fine mule jacks and will Two of which are noted at the best Jennet jacks, and u ill serve jennets at J25 for a Jack colt and J13 lor a jennet and will serve marei, At to Insure. stand at my stables on th south of Stanlord. DAUGHMAN, Stanford. ra Hi,. JJi .)Pe4 . ; -- J tj if 4 s BB1