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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891042801 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. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. Docket, Federal The I. J. Man Sees London Aflain, and Also The Circus. Building, &c. Losno.v, April av- -lt was no strange1 Tolhe Kdilor Interior Journal.' l S. I'.Mti.s, Tk.v.xh, April that Murk's Circus uml my- court for tint Kunturn District of Texas self struck London the saiiiu tlnv, hut on commenced its Hpriim twini on tltu'JOtli the contrary, it was a prearranged nllair, far as I am concerned, and I doubt inst. nt Paris, Hon. David K. Ilryuut on crowd in atU'inl-nnc- not that it was the same with the circus thench. An immense Tngivo your renders hoiiio itlcii man. The question wns respectfully me if I came all the wnv to tin. cir- -' of tho voluinu of htifiliifhs triiiiKititt'tl tit cus and when I answered itoint-bhuil- c thin court, I forinuliitt) n few ileum. of by that 1 did, there were those who thought Number of canes to be ilihpn-jethe grand jury, W (.augmented liy new me a crank on the subject and wanted to know if I waH going to follow the show arruHls almost daily), number of ciim-court docket, l.'il; OIL on trial on circuit The lxTKitloit JoiiixM. representative number of cased on trial on district court tlie circuit was not the only peiMiu vho came n 110. All the eases dookct, court docket are felonies. Tlio on the long distance to the hbow, by a long district court docket are misdemeanors. shot, for thete were those present who braved the fearful roadtt for miles and ThoClioclaws.Clierokees.Cltickasaws, inileH to catch sight of the performing tbo principal Heavy Interior Journal. STANFORD, KYM A 5 TUESDAY. APRIL 28. 1891. LONDON NO. 16 I Federal Oourt CRAB ORCHARD. LAUREL COUNTY star-routing for -- There was a good hous.i again Hfdny night to witness the drama, Tho uniiti lailon. John Taylor has been affected with Ko,lt I'1)'- heart disease for some time and he is so ' wX 'm t,,,! proceedings of Satur-p- o day's primary. Uvorybody hero is for bad oir that ho is likely to die at nny mo- J. V. Elliott is out e. ,))lvc Hdmiston. vitos the ladies of C. 0. and vicinity to iHptction of liur tm.unifUfiit line of millinery, opened this and next week, and tlesires a liberal share of their patin connection ronage. done in tho most approved s'.yle. George Luc .lames, while walking along tho street last Saturday night received a pistol wound in the right leg, but fortunately he in not seriously hurt. The ball had hut little force nnd was just buried under the skin ami needed not tbo assistance of a doctor to get the it out. George siys he doesn't know who did it. Tomiiiie Carson, son of J. K. Car son, is dangerously ill. Curtis 1'gbert, who is with .1. Itacoii A Sons, Louisville, is now taking the benefit of the country air, or in other words he is recuperating. a Mattie Douglass and Ilattio Hen- ry, of Lancaster, were the guests of Miss Maud Pettus, Saturday ami Sunday. J.I R. Kdmiston was in Middlesboro last week selling clothing. Mr. George Din- widdie, ol Hustonville, is handling caliSlaughter at his Green co for Col. I). Hrinr Springs store. Mr. Jos. Severance and family, of Stanford, spent Sunday with his sister, .Mrs. I). C. Payne. Mrs. Annie James and two little daughters, of Stanford, were the guests of Mrs. J. II, Stephens, last week. Mr. James Iturch, of Piiioville, is here this week. Mr. J. S. IliggiiiH, of Somerset, formerly one of our town boys, came up Saturday to accompany his wife and child home. Miss Sallie Green has returned from n pleas-nu- t and lengthy visit to Danville. Dress-makin- g ML-seS ment. -- ' " '" ,Slt't,r re.ectfii..y Greeks and Sominoles are tribes residing in the Indian 'Punitory. We have only one interpret r for there being so much similarity in their language. The KiowriH mid Com niiches have an interpreter for each tribe. The proccus of taking testimony through an interpreter is tedious and not very hatisfactory. This court lias juiisdictlou over nil these tribes. Sometimes dillicnlties nrise in the taking of testimony that are perplexing. On wo had two Choctaw women its witnessed before the couit, neither of whom could speak a word of Kunlish, and one of thein was deaf and dumb. In that case, not only an interpteter, but another person acquainted with the "nign languge" was required to got the tohtimony before the jury. The court will be in session about two months, but a ureal many cases will have to be continued till the next term. Wo are having much rain. Prospects for mi abundant crop were never more Muttering. Tlie fruit crop will be abundant, nothing prevuntini!. The site tor tlie new Federal building here has been iigreed upon. The funds for boring an artesian well 01 the Public Square hero have been subscribed by the citv, county and individuals mid the work is nrogrcsiing satisfactorily. A depth of about 700 feet has been reached. Heavy iron casing 12 inches in diameter lias been put down to the depth of about WO feet. There me live si.es of casing, ranging from 12 to 11 inches in diameter that will be used if necessary. I was gratified to learn that the ethtoi of the I. J. had returned to his post ng.tin altera close call. I), M Hock Kit. thefc-tnbes- , yen-turd- To The People. From the indillerenco shown by the democrats of Lincoln county last Satur day. it is not very apparent to tint whom they want to represent them in tlie next legislature, but of onu thine am sure they don't want me therefore I am oil" mid shall not bother the county convention with any further pretensions of mine. No man bus claims. Whoever the delegation may select shall receive my hearty support from the wonl "ko," and I will siy "go" to any one to whom my inlluencu may extend. I inn gratified nnd' proud of the repeated expressions of confidence express-- ! he those anionif whom I was raised whom I liavo always loved and who have always loved me. If at any time 1 have iinulu n pctulent or inconsiderate remark, calculated to wound the feelings of nny friend, or detrimental to the pretentions of any one, I take pleasure in making all proper retractions. Very Kespt. .1 H..M11.1.KU Stanford April 1 '7. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. WT MissGabrielleCireeley, daughter of Horace Urooloy, was married at the old homestead in New York, Thursday, to Itov. Frank M. Clendennin. Invitations have been issued to the marriage of Mr. Joel T. Hmhry to Mb-I.11 Wesley Dunn, youngest daughter of Mrs. Fannie Dunn. Both are younger than the law says people can marry, but thnt's Binnll matter when love reigns supremo nnd both nre determined that marriage shall not be a failure with them. Rev. R. A. Walton, of Norfolk, Va., but now pastor of the First Presbyterian church nt Georgetown, was married at Owingsville last week to Miss Laura Harries Richart, Rev. W. P. Walton, officiating. For fear that some people may thfnk tho preacher and the editor of this paper are one and the same, we rise to remark, as we do not want to'sail under .,io ,.nlnr.4. that thev nro laboring un der a mistake-- Wo would liko, however, to know what he is doing with our name nnd if his initials Btand for tbo sanio that ours do. s 11 . Assassination. A dispatch from Jellico says that ns William Attbmi'TKI) con-ce- Rogers' n miner, was standiug in a hall there, Frank Crutchfield, of Crab Orchard, approached him from the rear and stabbed him four times in the buildback. The assassin ran from the Tlie assault was ing nnd escaped arrest. Rogers says inado without provocation. spoke to Crtitohfleld. The that he never victim is la a critical condition. rt monkey and liilen to the usually funny (?) sajings of the clowns. Yes, they wtiro there from almost every section crowd it ard a happier or better plcar-chas never been my pleasure to look upon. The show itself was fairly good, hut it was a deal more pleasure to watch the crowd enjoy the different acts than to see the thow, The hardy miners and farmers were enthusiastic in applauding and whtui a pretty little datinc! came out and walk ml a tight ripe they cheered till cheering almost became annoying. In the moriuui! and between nets had the opportunity of saying a good word forthe I. J., which grows in popularity in that county as the paper grows older. Kxcepting the home paper, Itro, Dycho's Keho, the Intkuiok Jouunai, enjoys by far the largest circulation in Liurel and it was my good fortune to add quite a number of new subscribers to the already large list Our clever and elliciont correspondent, Mr. John Pearl, who has always been a warm friend of the writer and one of tin paper's best stand-bys- , gave me much assistance in introducing me around, as FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. well as by talking up "the chenpedt and Proctor Knott won n race nt Membest." He is an old newspaper man and phis the other day oyer a field of plugs. knows as well how to write a readable Capt. H. F. "Powtdl sold to E. J. article as ho docs to treat with courtesy Itainl, of Millersburg, Iowa, a his brothers of the profession. jack for $1,000. I also had time aside from my attenLady Forest, the fine brood mare of tions to the circus to see a number of imJ. K. Rruce, dropped a filly colt by provements that Ixmdou has made since night. last fall. Tlie Ford it Co. addition on J. L. Spooiiiunoro bought of John M. the north side of the railroid contains some handsome houses, a couple of nice pooiiainore, of Itoylo county, a tor SIM. nil of which have been built oM -J- hnson, ..f Itoylo, bought of Lil- in the last few months. Co,,b anA ot,,era 17r' ,,ea,! The members of the firm that has been I,m1' hogs at : to J. of doing all of this improvement are Messof Boyle, bought of rs. R. C. Ford, J. O Mck'eo and Charles r,ous I",rli,'H ln ,hiH 0Olu,t'- " lot of Thev purchased several hundred ,)"-ll'Ulo at L'i to.", cts. ' acres of land some time ago and nre .Ff --The National Horso Breeders' ing the sensible thing bv building husi- houses and dwellings right along. ister w,ls owmizeil at Chicago, which Houses in London have been in demand I'rchnsed Wallace's Register for 180,. ("KYI ' for years ami this movement will verv , . KolieitMHi bought m Rock- evidently redound to the interest of the heifers town anil the enterprising firm nlike. ca8tlu m,nt-- fi ,a'ml of al si ll ,,ro0l, "laro for 100 "ml I)a5r of The macadamizing of the streets and the new street lamps also greatly add to tho voun l,,,lIl'd for -- 50,Ion- ' A- '"key farmed to Ed nppearanco of things nnd the heretofore cityfied Hopper, of Latonia, two fine mares for little town now presents a very onu i' Harr' O'Fallon, the other appearance indeed. They will bo bred to W. II. Jack-o- n Co., tillable Hob b' lligreed stallion, manager, have the contract this -T- obacco pliiuta, as a general thing war to carry passengers to mid from aro Mikw.inl. Those that were Rock Castle Springs. Splendid now wag-- ! 80wn earl' Wt'ro uitl,ur killetl or tuntd ons have been built for the purpose, and with their lleety roadsters, the hereto- - b' ,l,u trol WM,lt tho Ialt plantod ones fore long and tiresome ride now promis- - aro hehind.-- H irrodsburg Democrat, Greenberry Bright bought of R. S. es to bo one of tho most pleasant fea-W.indle, Overton county, Tenn., 17 head lures of the trip to Hint place. . cattle at S'J&.oO. W. H. Prof. Piper, who taught at Stanford, of about huge and nourishing dancing class Prewitl bought of A. E. Hundley nnd has here, and the London belles and beaux Dave nntl Frank Logan b'A are rapidly learning to trip the light fan- - shoats at Ij cts. Advocate. Mrs. King, the "cattle queen," of Uistio with ease and grace. Among the) more apt pupils are Attorneys Wilson Corpus Christi, Tex., recently sold steers for $S2,000, Craft and Clerk George Baker. Mr. 000 headof'J-year-olof the N. Y. Life Insurance Co , probably tho largest single order for cat- Cobb, nlso dances like a top and will probably tie ever filled in Texas. Tate t Catron sold to John D. Irdevote his entire attention to that pleaswork mules for ant pastime after ho completes his vine, of Russell, course. Cashier R. C. Fortl is an "old $125; to Andy Watson SO ewes at $1.30; professional" in that line mid of course to Win. Chenowetli eight steers nt !1J cents. They bought 15 head of cattle on is, not one of the scholars. In conversation with some of the most Cumberland river at It cents. Somerprominent democrats of Laurel, I learn- set Reporter. Wool is selling hero from 15 to 25 ed that our townsman. Mr. R. C. Warfor auditor, will have no cents, inferior to best. It. A. McGrath, ren, candidate trouble in carrying this county. There sold his crop of wheat to Hawkins it Co., of Jessamine, to be delivered at Danare some who are n bit sore over tho of the last legislature, 'tis true, ville, nt $1. J. B. Levell refused $1.00 for when Laurel was taken from the 8th ami his. Hudson & Walker say that the put In the Ilth Congressional district, liny, which they have shipped to Midhut oven those gentlemen recognize dlesboro in large quantities, netted them Mr. Warren's ability nnd will not oppose $10 an acre. Lancaster Record. Squire Murphy, ollicinl reporter to him by either word or vote. Wntt Hardin is the choice for governor and Ed tho agticultural department for the Porter Thompson for superintendent of county, says that he has received a pampublic instruction will more than likely phlet from it with reports from 'J,000 E. 0. W. counties in tho LT. S., which show the cany the county average condition of wheat is better than Robert Hamilton, the republican, at uny time since the department was who made the forlorn race ngaiust Car- organized, while tho foreign crop is very lisle in 1SSS, is dead nt Covington. short: He says that the condition of Latt week was a busy ono for the that cereal here is fully 23 per cent, hangman. In addition to the eight abovo the average. mentioned elsewhere, Missouri rounded up tho week by choking Webster Jack-soBesides the three persons hung in to death at Herman. South Carolina Friday, Virginia strung Nelson Gray, a desperate nogro, in up one, Louisiana two and Alabama jail at Versailles, awaiting trial for arson ono, nil legally, whilo 0110 was mobbed nnd burglary, was Bbot through the in tho State of Washington. bend and fatally wounded by Jnller J. D. Martin has been appointed at Conway, Rockcustle, vice Hall while attempting to make his r W. Hart, resigned. A. d 1 i Nut-hur- st , '"1 ..year-church- es, i I ,'a"' d M-I- ,0''". vari-Fari- s. ' - Reg-ne- ... ' v otain -- - - 5-r- ,rt- '' ". " 7.'0-lh- high-Jackso- n 1 11 ' d I 15,-a- nd d lo n ce-ca- podt-inaste- Col. Edward Parker came in Saturday night from his OnGce South side Main having reM, in office recently vacated by Dr. I., r Huffman, .Stanford, Ky. been called in on account of the serious illness of his wife. Mrs. Jack McGoo is I better and is improving daily. SimpSandifer was lined sv.'.50 and ISuilclixijr L,ols cost for cutting his brother Milus, Saturday. The wound was only skin deep In the corporate limits of Rowland. nnd didn't hurt much I reckon or the 8S H J- DARST, Rowland. line would have been more. W. C. Pitman and son, lid ward, acTHE SHELTO? HOUSE, companied his mother fiom Manchester here Saturday and was gladly welcomed A of tartar biking powder HinheM of J. H GREER, Proprietor, leavening strength. I.atct V. S Coorn by his many old friends. Gilbert Gar- all in Kood Report ment - rard of Manchester, was here Saturday. The Mattou case was before Judge accommodation at rate, VAXfcNOX W. open day and niyht Samplo roomreasonable livery and eood Tuisley Friday and tlie injunction in connection a candidate tn fill out unexpired term otC ountv brought by his first wife and childun made varant by the liath of Judge'I' 'nrnon, was siibtained and final ptoof and trisl party subject to tlie action of the Demscratic will come befote tiie judge nt next term of Common Pleas Court. IS. MARTIN, I am Mill prepared to bore wells nnd will do the Tlie dancing school is well attendid n jrood manner mid promptly Of filaow, Is a candidate for Clerk ot the Otirt work and as soon as the present scholais have f Appeal, sul'iect to the action of the democracy At One Dollar a Foot. received tho usual number of lessons, a Call 011 or address me at Stnnlord, Kentuckv. 3I L. T.SMITH. new class will beinstructed. One young RICIIAKZ) C. man walt.es to his business-house- , In a Candidate fur Auditor of the S'Bte ot Ken waltzes nround his counters, waltzes to ULky.suhiect to tlie will of the Democratic party breakfast and manages to waltz a good trade in for his employer. Ky. jLotonMainStreet in Stanford Every hor.e, buggy, bridle and sadContaining acres. AT l.hXJNUTON dle that could be was used Sunday by ernn easy. TRW ALTON, S tanford. the young people for pleasure trips to 82 the abutments, Speak's mill and other DR. I.. B. COOK, 11. Twelve Dajra. And Close May points of interesting views of nature's AND SURGEON, foliage, founts, hills and dales. Of course Five Grand Races Each Day. PHYSICIAN stanpord,;ky. the opportunities for courting were only Commence at a o'clock standard lime. Ofiice a secondary consideration. I used to go McRoberts' Drue Store. Residence, Reduced Fare on All Railroads. Jamei overOwens' property at the junction ol II to those places when I was young. and Danville pikes. Electric c irs run directly to the gate. Our "Ed Walton" was here Saturday at the show', hustling around for J. II. FERGUSON. J. V HOItl.VSO.V, Secretary. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. subscribers and interviewing his friends. The democrats of Laurel cui't have any John 8. castlkman. A. O. LANGHAM. DENTIST. excuse for not taking the best exponent Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, of the truths they love, except "I'm op stairs. Nitrous Oxido Oas given for painless "Ttractme. scarce of money just now." The IntkSTANFORD. KENTUCKV. uiok JormiAi. is a great favorite among our people and it will always have a good patronage here. Cooper Eversole nnd Jack Street had a little trouble Friday night. CoopJLSVEKPOOL. er drew a pistol on Jack nnd used an epithet that Jack wasn't used to taking, ami was promptly knocked down and AT his gnu taken away from him. Jack BAK1JEE & CASTLE M AN M. F. & CO.'S, MANAGERS, has been in n number of difficulties , Bince he has been here, but never uses Commerce Building-- Louisville. anything but the weapons that nature Ky. Aj;cnu throughout the boulh. has provided. . Although there wasn't such n crowd as usual on our streets for the circus, W.rA.STRIBBLE, Local Agont, Co. when the performance commenced the STANFORD. KY. big show was crowded except on the OF STANFORD, KY., reserved seats. Tlie show consisted Is now fully organized and ready for business with principally of trained horses and that part was particularly good. The trainer Paid up Capital of $200,000. Mr. or manager of tho horses was Surplus, . - - 15,000. Lovelace of Morristown, Tennessee, and wns a cousin of Win. Lovelace residiug SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL. HANK OK STANFORD, here. (Now closing up) with the same assets and under Laurel is going to instruct for Dick the same management. Warren for auditor from the best infor Ily provisions of its chatter, depositors are as fully protected as aie depositors in National mation that can be learned. If the Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually liable to the extent ol the amount of their stock; crowd comes that is expected there will therein nt the par value thereof, in addition to the be a fiuht for some things, the liko of amount invested In such shares. It may act as executor administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as which has never been heard of before. an individual. To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us P. Walton is the most prominent W. while tunagitij; the Lincoln National Hank ol person mentioned for Lt. Governor, but Stanford, we we here tender our manv thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business the writer is against him of course, unwith us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience in less It. C. Warren is first endorsed. hanking and as liberal accommodations as are conWin. Flinchum, formerly ot Rreath-it- t, sistent with sound banking. STANFORD, KENTUCKY, mkkctohs: lately of Jackson and now n blackHas n firstc'iifs Ilarber Shop on Main street, opWilliams, Mt. Vernon; smith here, got drunk Friday night ami posite I'ortinin Iloii.e, ami invitri a dliare of your J J. M, Hail, Stanlord; J. utside call and patronaKe I'r mpt showed his pistol nround promiscuously, special altrn. n to intention toi ihildrer. Work ..dies and J. S. Ows'rjy, Stanford; according to old Breathitt style. He Hnn in the la'ct st 'e with neatness and S.J. Embry, Stanford ;1 J .'. -. J. H. Lynn, Stanfcrd; was promptly arrested by town Marshal A. W. Cnrprntrr, Harbin and fined $2 30 for drunkenJ. K.ltaughman, Huttonville; morning ho was in Wntkina ness. Next J. 1'. Ci.h, atanfoid; Brothers' store and let his pistol go ofl William Gooth, Stanford, Ky. MACIC ''accidentally" through S. A. Lovelace it S. II. Shanks, Prrsident. J I). r,Vsley,;Cahier Dick Harbin Co.'s soda wnter sign, AW. M. Ilright, Teller took him before Judge Canifax 011 the H ink. Keeper J II IWujIimi 1. charge of concealed weapons nnd he wns GHOLERA CURE! accorded the usual fine, Ac. There are two other charges ngainst him nnd trial set for Monday. London and Laurel aro I desiro to sell my Unn ol about 130 acres, situ ated about 1J4 milet north of Stanford on thu not Breathitt by nny means nnd it don't Rush ltranch pi- e, opposite the old church. There take people of that kind always to find are about 50 acres in wheat and rye; the balance of the farm well et in timothy. Good dwelling it out when they come here. of four rooms and l lichen mid a splendid uew turn; is well watered and fenced. Possession can The democratic convention' to meet he"given immediately. For particulars, se J. P. here for nomination of State officers is Ilailey, Slant id, ot write the undersigned st E. WITHERS. Cincinnati. Ohio. likely to bo a lively ono. From the talk among democrats it will be inoro like the county races than a democratic love feast. If tho democrats of London were to decide who were to be endorsed by Laurel's democrats it would be easy to name them, but ns matters and things stand now your correspondent can't tell Thousands of dollars worth of chickor name anybody for a certainty. However your Watt and your Dick seem to ens tiro destroyed by Cholera every be in the lead for their respective offices. year. It is more fatal to them thau tho If the democrats of Laurel go back on all other diseases combined. Hut li discovery of a liquid remedy that Watt Hardin after his work in our been tho Microbes has county for their party, being the only chickens who camu at every call, I am made. Half of tho young speaker are killed by Microbes before they aro greatly mistaken in Laurel's best demobottle is enough for fryers. A cratic citizens. 100 chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using two thinls of a bottle, you Capt. J. A. G. Williamson, a brother of Elder C. P. Williamson, died nt aro not satisfied with it as a euro for 'Richmond Saturday of la grippe. Ho Cholera, return it to tho druggist from Havlnir removed my Barber Shop to the Com whom you purchased it, and ho will iwas n gallant soldier, an accomplished merclal lintel, I am prbpared to accommodate laman antl during Col. Bronston'a term ns refund your money. dles as well as gentlemeu in any thing, they, msy wish in rnv line. Children also wailedjwi Call collector of this district held the ofiice of JESSK THOMPSON, onine. For ale by W, II McRoberts, druggist, InCommcrcUl Hotel. chief clerk. star-routin- mm Iptf fBOYALttlMJ -- otHt9 Ofiice ton Mai i Dr. A. S. PRICE, SURGKO.v DENTIST. l street, over W. n. McRoberts' Drugstore, Stanford. DR. W. B. PEMY, Dentist. &aW POWDER E. Absolutely Puro For Sals - Twenty crc-a- Rowland, first-tlas- s Kentucky. 1 1 . WEJCX 111 ROKXKTG JAS. WARREN FOB. SAliBI 1 Association Races, Will Commence April Hus-tonvi- lle ico-6- m I're-iUen- t. ROYAL OF Insurance Company, CASH Paid For Hides and Fur, ELKIN SS-i- Stanford, Farmers BanM Trust 11 . f E. H. FARMER, T0NS0RIAL ARTIST, SS-f- ... ; ANTER' G s Farm Por Sale. - fte;!ij I jxwt-Ikt- der-troy- s fl 50-ce- nt ' I 1 Stan-j-td- . ii'f 'asm ii&kAJ u , A - u "!' wirT, I i $ Ul ?7l t3 I I m m vi .ill & w. if m' . NEWSY NOTES. Mk. J. II. Mii.lku in a characteristic and manly card, published in another The Now York alliance has decided column, withdraws from tho race for tho against tho third party movement. legislature, brttioiioii, as he b.iv.s, that the Count Von Molke, tho great field SxAKroim, Kv., - Ai'kil28, 1891 people do not want him to run. Mr. marshal, died in Germany, aged 5M. democrat, is Miller has been a The street car stables at Galveston, oic week man and has served his paran excellent Texa, burned, together with Id mules. Offers F ty well, but he very truthfully remarks Mrs. Guthrie, whoso husband also that no man has claims. He did not r died, i9 the fourth victim of the poisonbecause h thought ho had any, but ing of the feast at tho Snooks Heir wedPunuLY in tho interest of the public j;ooil nnd realizing tho importance of the because ho was repeatedly urged by his ding. next legislature, no called on the demo- friends to do so. Some people were unThe Hocking Valley minors in Ohio charge cratic primaries in our last inane to m'ihI kind enough duringthecanvassto have agreed to tho present rates for it face ol biaelt. j:ood men uninstructed to the conven- that ho "Hew tho track" in the hours a day and no stiiko will occur for ev tion, which is to be held here nt 10 the enemy when he was nominated uolol's, oc there. of ago. True, he o'clock next Satnrday, to nominate a the same otlko six years Kate Drummer, aged IS, of Raleigh, colored, black, iOc town shown, withdrew from the race, but some of us W. Va., in resisting tho attempt of a burcandidate for the legislature, 60 that UOc, wo h week of the county committee and numerous 35c, glar to enter through a window, broke rJ they could canvaxs the question nnd t others may be as much to blamo as he. his skull with an axe. j). chooBe the best man for tho ollice, ro He became satisfied, whether justly or In September $50,000,000 in bonds garrilesa of who were candidates. In not, that tho leaders didn't want him will mature nnd the treasury is empty so we had no intention of injuring Self-Lacin- g and he gave away for them to nominate ami all sorts of schemes are being conthe two excellent gentlemen who had a man more acceptable than they seemsidered to raise money. offered themselves. We knew that ei- ed to regard him. The committee was George Grabur shot nnd killed his to look ther would make an acceptable repre- not, however, opposed to Mr. Miller, but $1 wife at Cincinnati nnd was himself killstatesentative, even if notso learned in Cloth- eared from the lukewarmness of the ed with a hatchet by his littlo son, who craft as others whom wo can name. Sev- canvass Afthat he would bo defeated. of. we came to the rescue of his mother. eral of the precincts accepted tho sugter this explanation from one who knows o for making a deep The big contract gestion and did not instruct, hut from the true inwardness of the nice in 1NST, water harbor at Galveston was awarded gj-csCon all we canseo and learn, Mr. D. B. wo hope Mr. Miller will never be taunt- J bv the war departinena to O Connor, -is the choice of tho people and as ullso charge again. There are few Laigg Smoot, of Dallas, Texas, at &!, man should ed with tho their will is the law.noother Milweek We really bigger hearted men than Mr. now be considered in tho matter. Mr. ler and while he is impetuous ami Hies UKt.710. man nnd Jell Jones, a tough white Miller has withdrawn and Mr. Ed mis-to- n oirthe handle easily, he is quick to Tom Davis, a negro, both of Mercer, should he sent to the people, who make amends, if he llmls he is nt fault. love him, with the unanimous and hear- We acknowledge to a little feeling of re- fought Friday, when tho negro got his throat cut and Jones was shot, neither ty endorsement of his party. He is a sentment towards him for some things fatally. conservative man and in capital man, a ho is said to have said during the canWc Oil Cloth The friends of Gen. Sherman are the legislative halls at Frankfort will vass, but we have talked these matters of $100,000, to bo presentnever bring Lincoln's proud name into over with him, when both became satis-lie- raising a fund ed to the unmarried daughters of the disrepute. Tho Eaft End thought she was and resolved to be better friends general, as u token of tho affection in entitled to tho office. The West End than ever. which their father was held. said she was by sending a solid delegaThe authorities of Castle Garden deDavies, Warren and McLean instruct nnd all of us will tion for her candidate ed their delegates Saturday, when in the barred from landing a murderer who when he is nominated see to it that A. is elected. Three cheers and a gubernatorial race Brown got the llrst who had spent 24 years in an insane asMANES AND GAKKIKL, tiger for Dave, the politest and most pop- and last solid and a linje majority in ylum and whoso expenses to this coun- Main Street, Stanford, Ky, Clay next, Clardy after try the German government defrayed. Warren, with ular man in the county! Norhim and Hardin not considered. The Louisville base ball club deThree negroes were hung in South The "eternal city," otherwise known man, owing to the fact that his insurance feated the Ciucinnatis again Sunday and was shaken up Friday commissioner was a citizen of that coun- 5,800 Porkopolitans saw them do it. Af- Carolina, Friday, for murder. as Rome, Italy, worse than by an earthquake. An ex- ty, got the instructions, because n vote ter the game all the players were arresl-eBucklens Arnica Salve INI. Vl'CAN CH1LLK1) PLOW. plosion of 250 tons of powder shook the for him was a "vote for me," that is but were bailed out. The Louisville The bcl mucin the world fur cult. briiiie, chapote, city from centre to circunifeienre, knock- Henry Duncan. dipt. Martin was in- club is sweeping everything before it ped ulcer, salt rheum, feer tores, jrtur, erup all Vlh hand, chilblain. ornt and no pajr re.Uir pden, or ing down houses and killing and wound- structed for for appellate clerk, Hule for again this season. lion and ponmelyiutc KwtMKKS, ATTBNTIO.N. We call your attention to the following It iKuantecdlo k'lvo petJect MtiilacliM , ing 60 odd persons. As this perhaps treasurer, with John S. Rhea leading for "Regulators" in Spencer count-- , ed. money refunded I'ncn 5 " P " or of ""1 lie Vulcan" over any Chilled Plow made: King Humbert hau attorney general. First, the A R Penny, SUnlord, Ky. Daviess instructed Intl., visited Walker Lowe, whose atten- Kor ale by was all tho powder . safely predicted that we shall for Norman, Rhea and Hale for their tions to another man's wife had become Vu!in is made of the original and genuine Chilled Metal. Second, it may be Now Try This and hear no more of war nbout tho mobbing respective offices, J. J. Glenn for super- n neighborhood offense, ami gave him Go .. ... i j"" - ik.nt. - ,;, will urrlv do you.. the iron uwil m chilled p.uts is first quality Lake Superior Charcoal. II w e give you a solid point, no scooping out or shaving off to of a few Italian assassins at New Orleans. intendent and A. Addams, Mrs. with hickory Eoorjo.Ha lashes on the bare back " Save iron. Fourth, we give yuu a solid mould board, no thick edges Italy had neither the men nor the monfoWi i ' brother, for appellate clerk. switches. Mrs. Kleeman, the offending cty?or coV.uinpiion. rCouK" monc) P"" "ck intPMl to uivc reliel ey to cope with us in battle and as blip McLean instructed for Rhea. luftli, .i i ' ulcaii mould board is the on woman, has received a warning of 50 suiiMcr from i . Grippe found )ui iti ihmc with scooped back, powder she will have to .'r PcVp"eCC.mi lias lost all her h"1 "I'ry'aVnpiV'UtUc".." the back by ribs and will stand double the strain of any other chilled lashes. Tm: report hnvingbeencirculated that Since June :0, 1SD0, there have been ie'arnr.n "";7u,,l buir mighty low and sweet in the future. "'"'''"K ' n,oultl i)0ai'tJ- Kvory Plow guaranteed. For sale by nKr Dr. Clardy, finding his chances hopeless, 100 indictments for violations of pension le jo cent and Maywood. We have a nourishing had bargained to throw his, strength laws, of which 115 convictions were Specimen Cnsoa Sunday-schoo- l here now. At the recent to John Young Brown for governor ami !T" i ri.lfor.l. There were nine acquittnls, four S nturaliji New 0'cll. v Jiia wat troubled miach m Douglas were iu return was to secure that gentleman's spelling match the Misses with ad rheumati.m, lo all alarwilic w- alUctod nolles nnd two deaths, with tho remainIrmbly ro- the champions. A. C. Martin lost a val- vote for lieutenant governor, tho doctor der of the cases pending. During the dlwrdered.l. .Inrr- and h, apwl.le Ml aay d ol .1..VL.I ... i1mi au.l ueHK". lhrc cow from murrain and .las. Rambo publishes a card in Saturday's Louisville uable tl...... isil It same period there has been recovered, . "KlT.! ShrvherJ. IU year Ill . M lost one from same. Ben Napier lost Times Btating that there is no founda by civil suit, refundment, demands nnd run .re on hi U . his coat tail while out horseback riding tion for it nnd that the falsehood was :. and een ,V" '"."" ... L.I... '"'" '..i i n.. .in. Hitter...I hli Icr totiml you circulated to injure him. It is an open otherwise, S:l7,G(i:). a few dHys ago, to if you tee him ' doctor, .a.d Ik needn't have him explain. Ihe estate secret, however, that the doctor prefers hve lrc" f. ver "ore. on Iu ltB CHURCH AFFAIRS. WATCHES, AND fflRUT. of D. L. Stephenson hns been settled to Brown to Clay and will help him wiu f i ont IK3K l IK kICll Rev. Will Mitchell, a promising y Sold at A U I'nito'adrugatore. the satisfaction of nil concerned. The the nomination if he finds he can not P. 0. inspector was hero last week look- get it himself. The two so called fanner young theolog, filled Bro. Hunt's pulpit , CoiT Repairing neatly and prompt- Tho Flneut on Earth. i ing into tho burglary of the office. Stew- candidates are not wasting any love on acceptably Sunday. Tl.. r.nemnali. Hamilton .v iay..i R R , R Iv done. The bfini annual Sunday school ,h on. line runni'n. lllnjan;. art Vanard and wife nre nt Mr. J. C. each other. Tarlor Mepint v....i..fi.,i lnin. convention will he held at Waynesburg M. Mm tin is up and going i Uill's. J. It is of some significance that two days nextSatuiday and Sunday. around. old gold or si'v, r in exchange lor goods. (Stanford, Ky.) after the meeting of the national repubAt a Baptist sociable to be held in will he a great lican league in Cincinnati, in which The week of May C ir Cincinnati to Matkmaw , and the attraction will bo a Bristol, Pa., the Y.iTin . . . , UU1 j.w- one in Louisville. Tho Musical Festival Harrison was neaily ignored and Buck contest between four girls. Hetwtrn Cincinnati. Dayton Canada. I0".iJtfogj, NCfrkCtfE.. A begins on the 12th nnd lusts till Satur- Fuss Foraker complimented the "adminLake Region, and troit, the Dr. Talmago's new Tabernncle was Ihe roadi ne of the oldet in the Mate ol o rrs day night inclusive, Derby Day ushers istration of Mr. Blaine," receiving great Cincinnati over n l.ne enteritis Ohlo.nd the ecn .Uan V and in a week or two of horse racing and on applause therefor, the president in his opened in Brooklyn Sunday. It hasal- n mile, ol double lia.W, patronfrom.,, p l7P'k 3 i:.u, iHirvttian aure it of 5,500 and it has convention also speech at Pasadena, Cal., took occasion seating capacity the 13th the democratic ..f.rv .... I L ul.Are., and welhat they !. . ..,...,,. IKKClli'H ..tc.-..convenes, to remain in session the Lord to remark: "Ohio people are especially ready cost S 110,000. C , II .VI). either in or oui u. The corner stone of the new Broad- nad RIMEDY D,lipo.it or knows how long, so fun galore is prom- apt to be found in the vicinity of a publl0 McCOKMJCK. way Christian church, at Lexington, was ised on all sides. But leally this is too lic office." Mr. Harrison seems to have Oeneral l'attejiger aniTlKlel Agent. HAS USLD VilTH SUCCESS ago with imposing ceremuch of a good thing. As for ourselves, the republicans of Ohio down to as nice laid a few days nnd Llvor Pllla arMltos' Norvo monies. It will be a model of church we would much prefer that all tho good a point as they have him. Acton a new principle resiilal.nc the A lier, chitecture. new things would not come at the same .tomach and boel ihiouch Ihe nene. bnioni EORSAIE EVERYWHERE '! cure The meeting nt Rowland has had o.icovery Dr. Mile.1 1'ilU M Tiikrk will be quite a number oflfnew linked sweetness time, but that the J" . ne..,l.a.ltate. torp.d Imr, cfii dren ' alle ,'" men in tho next Senate of the U. S., 55 confessions and additions and Sunday UmMiualed for men. women, would be longer diawn out. cent, ample, free urtt. jo do.e owing to deaths, resignations and tho a church organization was effected with miMiti, I'euny', Stanfordjj at A. It Hume Clav, who forged his grand- failure of Senator Reagan, 25 members. Revs. Helm and Hopper .12:1.1 'riitiiiU Her Htarn. father's name and got $S0,000from banks of Texas, who was postmaster general are doing a noble work for their Master's Th narrow r.ipe r Mr II. M Mwarle. ol in Paris nnd Winchester, plead guilty to under the Confederate government is cause. wonKikharl, Iml lintii iiromnturo il"iilh Dudley will dorlul Sin siiilcs iliai ror .wfntj iris mr Bishop Thomas V four of the 20 indictments against him at the hist to resign, which ho does to acwohmj I txv itn truiihlml Paris nnd was given two years on each cept the chairmanship of the Texas preach in Odd Fellows Hall at and7::!0 lirurthttiotli rlnvr!!' .Tt'.llv lire. uli llnltnrinh. IluU MH'H. rhori May 1th. This will he a couM iio' si. i on nit l. m .' I. ' tr.i ill Pflln count. Tho degenerate scion of a noble Railway Commission. Gov. Hogg haH r. m. Monday, Annies In Broait. Ihi.M' r mid ancestry took the verdicts without a accepted the resignation and will ap big day for the Episcopalians nnd they kitcl.tw laid timcli Ifiulnriii' .milI i!irrnii4 liled Dr Treutlii'Mit mil mi' rn im) until change of countenance, but tho father point Horace Chilton to succeed him. heartily extend to the public an invita- Mil!, Ni'W lift, t ('urn und Koinr ilt Nri v t in.' Tin IkiII'c hi'lpt'd mr. unil I u i uii shed bitter tears. Gov. Ho is but .'17 nnd i said to be an orator tion to attend the services. and father-in-lavir u:i ly ci. id Tor sulu l A. K 1'iiiny F. S. Tho revival held by Rv. drtiK Uirv A Hi u bouk on ttiu llt.Mtr and Buckner having properly refused to par- of much local fame. Versailles resulted in a number of NcitVK Ireo don hiin, a descendant of the great Hen'I'ljc Worlct'rt Tim Somerset Republican mentions additions nnd the Sun 6.iys that his earry is now wearing u convict's gtrbin the t The (xcitfliu-- I t.iu".l lj tnU voiit .nrci'ly the probable candidacy of Col. Silas Ad- nest, logical sermons accomplished great disco njuuD rd lvi . tli itHi,. i:t'',fil--li Hi" urvul Kentucky penitentiary. l nt of ams for the republican nomination for good in the community. Prof. Fogg It t'i'ilil) cures in iMU'IimIioh ch n'bf il ii Messenger says that governor and pays him a high and de- conducted the music and it was again lltf, p.iiii limine, u r'.'is ii.riiiui in litricl. UK, The Pinoville for ii'.irupla. iinlplta sli'i'iui'siH'st., ihrt "the delegates to the late convention served complement. Tho old war horse demonstrated how great an aid gocd tlon, month y Ti.ifH, lilus i; V Sno A. I'o , of riu . Hymcuou, N V T.i Iki'I AI.. of Cnatnrla ciirm Colic, ConitlpAtlon, were supposed to be selected from the could inspire the voters if he tried, as singing is to evangelistic work. "Cantoris Li no well adapted to children that Ind . ami A W IllHrUh irn, of U'ooU'r. Sour btoinnoh, Dlnrrlui-n- , Knietatlon, I recommend Itnusutieriortoany prescription best intellectual talent Kentucky could much now as he used to the old soldiers KI1U Worma, Klvtii eltvp, anil protnotM dl L.Sullivan, tho Blngger's O, 'nvlli.it Tim Norx.tio H"lH Imtlor tlmri Mrs. John nny Uiihk o Milil, unil KUo know n to me." II. A. Anciirn, SI. I)., ntihoril allord." Yes, but it's a very violent of Woodford's command. spouse, was baptized into the Mitlsliit't.oii ' Dr Miles' tim llluslrtituil l deserted Ill Bo. Oxford St,, lirouVlyn, If, V, I WiUiout Injurious meUcatIoa. on tho mid Heart unil trial boltlo There were many excellent Salvation Army, at Providence, R. I., frcu at A. U.Ilihcs dru slor.t. l'onm's Tub Cknticr ConrANt, 77 Murray Street, N. Y, At'conniNO to our Loudon correspongentlemen and some statesmen, but- a Sunday. John is still on tho stage, the goodly number were aa mnch fitted for dent Mitch Alford will not have a walk- poorest actor that ever trod tte boards, between the duties of formulating the organic over for lieutenant governor by any and fighting with law of the Stnte aa a hog is for enjoying means. If Laurel county instructs for times, but he is a drawing card neverthe editor of this paper as bIio is think- theless, just because people waut to see When Baby was sick, wo gare her Castorla. a holiday. GO TO- ing of doing, we will go into the race to When she was a Child, she cried for Castorio. Tub Chronicle, a paper published and win. So wo give you fair notice, Mr. how the slugger looks. to Tho colored ministers nt Pittsburg, When she became JIIss, .Iio clung Castorla. edited by colored men, advises its peo-pl- Alford, to look to your fences. organisation and When she had Children, sho gave theru Castorla. Pa., have formed an to nominate a Statu ticket and calls denouncing the mano O. Wakrkn was at homef u passed resolutions upon them to cease their servile Hon. R. their race is treated in tl e to the republicans, who never few days ago looking every inch a win- ner in which FORgreater di. recognize them except as voters. Tho ner. He lias made a Bplendid canvass North, and declaring that negro in paper suggests a ticket headed by Rev. and won votes right along. Wo believe crimination exists against the tno South. Tho Eugene Kelley, of Franklin, for govern- that there is going to be a change iu the that section than iu always been the or and nanus our own Geo. W. Gentry auditor's office and that Lincoln county's Southern people have come In tnfith All of the colored people. Tho Cook' perums wiihinj; April are invited to will be best friends There 5th Sprinci alter favorite sou will be chosen to fill it. for lieutenant governor. & SEEDS, the North cares nothing for them, except for found a new boat, plenty of fifhliiR tackle and and bctt of minnows at all time. Meal lurnithed Tbk Hopkiusville Kentuckian finds 3S Col. Jack Adams, formerly of Gar- their votes. hone fed on ilmrt notice when desired. J.K.COOK. objectionable features in the new const- rard and an uncle of Mrs. Matt Walton, Senator Allison being in a church in i5.3t called upon nil danitution and calls the instrument a of Lexington, died last week at Fort Iowa where tho minister SALVE. gerous aad vicious one. A good many Worth, Texas, says the Press. He opposed to opening the Chicago Fair on people are in the same boat with leaves a widow, who was Miss Lizzie Sunday to stand up, refused to rise, and other Cures cuts, there was much alarm and horror inconi corns, bunion,bruUet, old sores, skin diteaiei, Bro. Meacham. Doty, of Garrard. piles, fistula, scratches, halter Henry Nanz, Sr., one of the best sequence. The Senator kept his seat, burns, dew poison and bruites. Wherever it ha simply because he thought it been uied it has given wonderful satisfaction and Col. W. O. Bbadlky has declared for kDown florists in Kentucky, died at his however,the business of tho minister to its propensity lor removing soreness is remarkawas not A. T. Wood, of Mt. Sterling, for governor home near ble. Numerous testimonials will be secured and Louisville, aged 72. force expression of opinion, and ho did this space at a later date. Made and that settles it. He'll be tho nomiOhio has adopted the Australian exactly right. There'8 too much of this will appear in and sold by republicans. ballot. J. B. HlGGlNS,Suriford, Ky. nee of the Tom Foolery. umping-u- p Semi-Weekly Interior Journal life-lon- g The Louisville Store and qu you an opportunity and Special Bargains this prices as assure tlicm large sales. Call early and make W. WALTON. such of-fe- CHOICE . SELECTIONS ana gray and fie latest frprui" Calicos Indigo Blue, Simpson's black Lawns per yard. The largest assortment stales, fast, Corsets a yard. Fast from beta in this er only. Ladies' Shoes rl $ 1.50. St ijjpcrs a t only for this oc ana, a Mather's Every do-in- n lvl-misto- n per pair. Don't forget at our elegant and, J feu's litmnf Ladies' Musliih Underwear. In our Children's Children's ol)er the biggest bargains ever heard inn Departments 21.50 ana, nin er. Genls' Suits ron knee pants 20c; children's suits and Lace Shoes SJ.fy and, higher. Gents' upwards. Gents' an elegant line of Su miner Broguns 90c Black Sateen Shirts ,0c. offer for this Underwear. SBflEP s KID GLOVES, pair guaranteed, 1 SPECIAL i BARGAINS In our d departments. Carpet, Straw Matting and highest market, price for EGGS at also pay the Ed-mist- THE LOUISVILLE STORE I'KIIANSKY, Proprietor. Manager. d, The Plow of the Age, e, --- -- 111 -- ,. Long-moore'- s J - j. d. B. K. 11 w. n. weabek j . I HI we I r..h. '"" -- r; , , w - ,M CiB "'.:r:::'',TZ 3vK:r .". Ml ah w ork Warranted. Fine Watches a Sneclaltv. n-TaiL 11-- 1G nail-drivi- Rpr m ffl $Vif Cu W - -- -- ar j -- . BUN GUGHS fORTHEWST 20 YEARS. ES fTi4iS CEIEBRIVTED un rjrvo.TAR m HulviL inii ULtfyw LDS 'ONSUMPTION0 - ji-- 1 .' I llr-.- Po-litt- at i li!r. irn-R- I t 11 I i Infants and Children. l (Jrm-liltrK- iit re.it-Is- o - bar-keepo- ts -- o obedi-dienc- J. B. FOSTER'S -- TO FISIIERMKN. New York Seed Potatoes, FIELD GARDEN Spading Forks, Hoes, Rakes, &c, &c. mm HOWE 96-- yr iic " mtiJtntHamimmrmim urn ? nn" 1 ' r- - xrC4'tf Semi-Weekly P" InteriorJouknal Ivy., - Wanted, 100,000 pounds wool. Highest cash mnrket price. A. T. Nunncllcy, Stanford. FOR EDMISTON AND VAflNON. that place on Saturday afternoon, W. A. -- . Btanfoiid, Aphii. US, 1891 dwelling of I' rooms on Main street, with pinion attacked. Mrb. X. A. Tyrce. Koit Ui:nt. My B.O.WALTON,uua.ManoKor MEANS jk A. T. Nunnki.i.kv hart moved his shoe nnd hariichH fihop to his livery stable on BUSINESS. Depot street. Muh. waH k m re "l'ct" Kout, has presented her husband Joins nt A. If. IVnny'H. Hak your watch, clock unit juwclry with a Impound boy. fiMiriHl at A. It. ruiiny'a. All work wedding. Mn. F. M. Waiik will act as my njent warranted. At a mass convention of tho democraANDhighest Hkmkmiikk thutnll silverware, wntclice, at McKinuev and will pay tho cy of Stnnford Precinct, No. 1, at the N K W A 1) VKKTISEM KXTS. A. It. IVnny'H will cash price for wool. See ono of im riiit, ivc, hnutiht at in Stanford at '2 i m.. April " bo unnrnvcd frcu of charno. selling. A. T. Xunnelley. convention was called to order 25, the Wai.kkk McKik.vky, Stanford's expert by tho precinct committeeman, J. H. PERSONAL POINTS. bicyclist, took a "header" while enjoy- Paxton, nnd on motion ho wns elected MltM, T. V. UitKES is very ill. The annual meeting of Ihc Mockholler of Ihc permanent chairman nnd W. 15. ing a ride Sunday afternoon anil is Coffry" lurnerivillc, McKimn-yfw'ns Koid Co. will lie held at Mt. Salem Mill Turnpike Ml IB, I)k. T. M. I.kwis is seriously was elected secretary. It firist Saturday his arm in a sling, as well as In May, lH.ii at 9 a. m , for the niirx,e of tlect-in- e sick. a pretident nnd Hoard of Director for the walking with a graceful limp as tho re- moved nnd seconded that Samuel In the county, go to (e23-!lyLA- f Miw. T. L. Cuow, who has been ill for sult of it. It. L. Porter, A. C. Robinson, W. J A. G1VKKS, l'rei. 15 a long time, is fust convalescing. H.Traylornnd David Scott bo appointGeorge S. Car- ed delegates in tho interest of J. II. MilAnotiikii Miss S a i.i.ik Dcdiikkaii is visiting Mm. penter will make application this week ler for representative, which motion wns Phil Soden in Louisville. 1 he har.holdt-of the Hancing I'ort. & ttrten Mils. It. O. Govkii went up to see hor to sell spiritous, vinous rud malt liquors, lo9U It was then moved nnd seconded Uiver I'liriitiikn Kcud Watci SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING and all at tho Carpenter House, near tho depot. that W. G. Welch, Geo. I). Hopper, J. note at M. Kinney firitCo. .III meet at 1801 for mother in the Kast Knd yesterday. Saturday In May. nt clfctlng a president and Hoard of the purp Mm. S. V. 1'aiiiiih, of Mt. Vernon, This will give Stanford four II. Paxton, 15. C. Walton and Robert L. work guaranteed. lor enmiiiiK tear 15 has been thoKicstof Mrs. W. M. Porter bo appointed delegates and no inJ.W CilVr.NS, I'r Wb have made the necessary arrangestructions given them in the race for ment to handle ice this season. SpecHon. K. C. Waiiiikn went to Spring-iiel- d representative, which motion was carial prices to parties buying' in quanti.Sunday anil spoko theru yesterried. ties. Ice delivered nt tho door every On motion tho delegates were instructday. The annual meeting for therlcctlon of a Petl morning. Call and get prices. M. F. lint and Mils. S. W. 1'aiiiiih and son. Willie, o ed to voto for Hon. W. 15. "Varnon for Turnpike lloaril of Directors lor the Knob Llcl Co. ill be held at the Hint National Having recently purchased of Mr. J. F. Holdam his stock of GENKlkin A Co. llanlc in Manford firtt Saturday in May 1891, and county judge. Mt. Vernon, aro guests of Mrs. W. M. ttoclholden nre herrbv notified ERAL MERCHANDISE, to which wc have since made large addilligglns. There being 110 further business tho Da. Ham., the prince of lecturers, will 13 CLIVION KOWLKR, Pref. tions in every department, which gives us a large and complete stock U. C. Moikias Is in Iincaster this beat Walton's Opern House Thursday convention adjourned nfter motion Dm week for thu purposo of pructieing his night, IWth, nnd will talk of "Happy nnd second to that ell'ect. consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Hard)rofess!on. W. 15, J. 15. Homes." Tho lecture is highly spoken ware and Quccnsware and Furniture, also a large and well assorted , Chairman. Secretary, Mn. L.G. Kdki.i.n-- allias ltuell's Hoots of as an eloquent mingling of (nets, paThe annual meetinc of the stockholders of the Slanlurd & Malls f.un Tnrnnllce Road Co. for the stock of Men's, Boys' and Youths' Clothing, all of which will be sold iind Shoes, was hero yesterday looking thos and wit and is fully worth the atelection of a I'rerrdent and (loard of Dnectors for UMNNTItTCTKI), lll'T I.AIUIEI.Y l"OK KDMISPlease honor us with a call and examine our 50 the cnsuitie ear will he held at Vandevcer't store at Rock Bottom Prices. Admission r tention of anybody. TON. n Stanford first S.i turday in May iBoi at a o'clock, Houto.v, of rittsburg, was down cents. Gko. stock and prices. i J fc. I.VM.N, l'res. The meeting of the democrats of Dis- p. rr.. Mimlay to boo liia hither and sister, Mrs. 5TRcmembcr our terms are strictly cash or produce. Tiik Turnersville democrat not only trict No. 2, Stanford precint, to select T. 1 Hill, Jr. a convention, to be held at for Col. T. P. Hill, but Bent a delegates to Very Respectfully, Miksks Susie ami Jknsik Nkw i.ani. instructed It. Hailey, nt highly eulogistic letter of him, which Stanford, on May 2d, to nominate can have Im'Cii visitiug Mrs. J. The stockholders of Hustonville will appear Friday. Col. Hill has been didntes for county judge nnd a legisla- Turnpike Co will h Idthe Stanford election lor a their annual Crab Orchard. Hoard of Director! at the Crab Orchard, Ky. "'l begged and importuned time nnd again tive candidate, was called to order by L.- President'I and J. F. Cummins, Salesman. at urneriville at a p m first Satuday in Mn. ami Mas. Of. C. Kkli eh, Jn-15 to make the race, but he says ho is out L. Dawson, committeeman (or said dis- May. i5oi. J. K CASH, Pns. daughter, Jonephine, have teturiHd dist. Upon motion of J. P. Bailey, W. of politics for good except iw a voter. from Hiirrodsburg. .. P. Walton was made chnirmun nnd G. went Mn. asi Miw. Gkoimjk II. Hkuik K11.1.KD. Mail Agent T.J. ltosley told 15. Cooper selected secretary. over to Lexington Friday and Howard us as he passed yesterday that Showers, It was moved that tho chairman select The stockholders of the Rush ltrnnch Turnpike to IjuhjiihIit. who was supposed to have killed his n committee on resolutions and he ap- are notified to meet at Hubble the 1st Satunlay In May to elect a Hoard of Directors for the eusuinc Miw Makv Coockii, w ho has been very wife, but who was acquitted, was killed pointed J. N. Menefee, J. P. Hailey, T. I). ysar (i C ;iVi:NS, 1$ low for a month or more, was a little by ono of her brothers at Klizabethtown Newlnnd, J. S. Owsley, Jr., nnd II. J. better yesterday. yesterday morning; whonhvays believed Has the largest and who retired nnd reported tho Mn. and Muh. A. K. Hi'.niukv, of that Showers was tho murderer. Anothfollowing resolutions: ltoyle, epent a few days with Mr. nnd er Showers committed suicide recently. MOST COMPLETE STOCK Resolved, That this precinct, No. 2, The stockholders of tho Hustonville i Coffey' Mrs. Itobert McAlister. cast its A votes nt tho convention tube Mill Turnpike Kod Co. will meetat Dr. Krowu's Gkant Mkiikit, a colored youth, was held nt Stanford 011 May 2, as follows: office In Hustonville the first Saturday in May '91 Mn T. M. Lii.i.Ain is improving and OF p electing the purpose theie aro hopes now of his recovery. Wo caught by it number of his own color For county judge, W. 15. Varnon, nnd in at a o'clockand rn , for nt Directors fnr ofthe ensuinga Hoard President Friday night and treated to a pretty se- the race for representative we send the year G. C. LYON, Pre 15 hope, sincerely that they will be realiz" tiuinstructed, but to vere threshing. They claimed that his delegates some good man. Wocast ouras ed. ever shown in Stanford at prices select votes for Tin: Somerset Republican says Hon. offense was that of a procurer for white delegates J. 15. Lynn, Robert McAlister, HOUSE, as low as the lowest. men mid that they intended to put a A. K. Denny, J. M. Reid and L. L. DawW. II. Miller spoke there on the F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, made stop to it. Gran says he knows them all son. in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s and apparently London, - - - Kentucky. W. II. Miller then ollored as n substiand will have them arrested. friends for the instrument. who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to I hive moved to my new Hotel and am bettet tute for that portion of tho resolutions, rtepand than ever to accommodate the public. Tiik Somerset Reporter says that S. send j'obs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old engineer, Mr. It. L. minium delegates, the names of J. M. Good I.ivery attached and every convenience Tiik Reid, Rright Ferrill, M. C. Portmnn, C. sired. Lie me a call. (ueen Cundiif, who used to live here, is itlnkeman, of Danville, commenced to Sampson nnd G. It. gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solicnnd a 7; FRANK RILEY. out ugain alter a threo'inouths Illness. addi voleliv teller, 1. 1) .ewlanilnn(i wight lay oil lots in tho Peyton-HughA. R. PENNY. ited and I guarantee satisfaction. Miw. Makv Jank Haii.kv, of Clark tion yesterday nnd expects to complete Ferrill, being taken, said substitute was M. took ami Miss Yille, Tenn, Mrs. J. work this week. As there are 10 acres lost havp finished my new Saw Mill on the SomerUpon motion tho resolutions as reportHello Cook, of Hostonville, aro guests of lying along tho "cut-nilpike, n number miles Irom Stanford and vilsc, prepared G. H. Cooper. ed by the committee were adopted nnd set furnish7 any Und of I.l'MHKK. air Mrs. to SHINGLKS. of very eligible lots will be ollered to the Ac ,at I.OWKSI 1'RICLS. will sell the lum Mas. Makv Ka.nkv was still living public. Work on the piko began yes the meeting ndjourned. berat the null or deliver, to suit purchaers. Gite W P. Walton, Cli'n. me a trial. Pustoffice. IIAVWOOD, KY but ohcIi successive smothering terday. I will deliscr sawed chestnut shingles at Stan spell, from diopsy of tho stomach, makes G. 15. Cooi'int, Sec'y. ford or Rowland at $ as ncrM. Garden Seeds of All Kinds, also Gardin Rakes and Hoes at A n.HASTIN Col. I). It. A 1iKrv111.it an convention, her that much woise. HUT AM. 1011 KDMISTON. 1'im.i.iam, of the Harrods-burCollier, chairman, was held nt Itncaster I'Nl.VSTItUCTKIl, Mil Cikavkh Pursuant to the cull of the county Democrat, who had spent the week yesterday to select delegates to the State ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, committee n meeting was held nt the .with his nude, Mr. John I'ulliam, was convention and resulted in a victory for Seventh and Market Streets, Wnlnut Flat precinct, nt which meeting hero Saturday and took occasion to in- Col. Hradley. A good deal of work was chosen Louisville, - - - Kentucky, following yentlemen were terview the numerous mountain mur- done on Denny's side, hut it wnfldefeated the convenWII.I. OPEN MONDAY, MAR 7. abiding in our jail. Tho delegates will delegates to represent us in the overwhelmingly. derers now tion to bo held in Stanford May I'd: O. CiiKSAtl.T, of Madison, won the not be instructed, but Hnidley's side is C. II. Big line of Glassware just received and cheaper than anywhere. V. nntl G. A. Pleasants. The onHasini; sold out our entire interest intothe hotel, our old Jefferson street, we havo moved 4 oratorical contest at Central lTnlversity, for Wood, of Mt. Sterling. wo occupied for years so successfully delegates aro sent uninstructed in the stand that on Seventh and Market streets, are now fitting It Friday night. Ho represented tho Poou Lvck. Messrs. A.S. Myersnud representative race and are instructed up in eU'RBnt shape, new throughout and tho outof this Society. O. L. Jones, fit will in eery way be elegant, including one ol few for W. E. Varnon for county judge. C. Hays went up and fished Hale's Safety Passenger and llaEcago Klcsators county, was ono oi tho speakers for tho J. W'e vant allot with all the late improvements W. 1'. Grim km, Ch'n. days in ltockcastle, but Mr. Hays says ncquitted himself ouroltt friends to come aud see us in our old home. I'hilaletheans and John G. I.ynn, Sec'y. that "Undo Sid" got only four bites nnd Wc promise you that our rooms, Libit; and service thing; "Spring is here, and it's a hummer of a rosey-posehandsomely. Gov. McCreary acted as hall he second to none in the land. My wife, Mrs. ho not a nibble, though tho former Jo II. Alexander, wants to be remembered to all AC will be Summer, then of course it wont be Spring." TAI.L 8YCAM0HK, judge. HI!.!., rilK Very soon it uiirlady fnenils and she will be glad to see them brought back 'Jf pounds, which Mr. KOItlOI.. Mil ami Miw. J. J. McUoiikhts and The democracy of the Turnersville' ard cue them a htm tv reception. Fare S per day. Hays says he bought. The river was IO. li. AI.KXANDEH.Manajrer 101 Mjsa Dollio were called to Madison Satprecinct met in convention at Turners15. staling that Mrs. very muddy. Dr. K. M. Wiley and J. Gardening time has come and you will find April the 2"th when tho chnirmun urday by telegram, Ihirrodsburg, nnd Dr. J. F. ville of tho preMr. G. A. Lackey, was Owens, of of the democratic committee McK.s' father, Peyton, of this place, tried their reels in very ill. Mr. Molt, returned Sunday and P. W OUEEN, Propriotor. cinct, Dr. G. Moore, called tho meeting tho Cumberland, but that was also very euid that tho doctors had given up nil to order nnd nfter htnting the object of it muddy and they alio had fisherman's I hasc recent)? wns elected permanent chalrmnn nnd F. Hotel and intendtaken charccor thispresent hich hope. Tho disease i.s pneumonia and keeping it at its luck. M. Ware, secretary. As motions were standard. Special attention given tn thu traveling tho eld gentloman is public. Fomk scoundrel, who is too menu to bo in order, it was moved nnd seconded CITY AND VICINITY. nllowed to hreutho the nir of liberty, put that tho delegates he instructed to voto First-Clas- s lot of cross ties on the railroad track, forjudge Wnllaco E Varnon, as u canFoil fishing tackle go to W. U. McltobIn connection. Also A large and select stock of N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, Whitejand Red near Kockhold, hist week and n fearful didate for county judge, which wns carcrts'. Onion Sets, Deans, Peas, &c, in bulk and an endless variety of iieeident wns barely averted. Passenger ried unanimously. After short deliber- Pool and Billiard Fitiisii onion seta just received. It. F. train No. 8S, running between .Middles-bor- ation it was moved nnd seconded that Landreth's, FerrX's and Crossman's Garden Seeds in papers and Kout. nnd .lellieo, ran into the pile, but wo instruct for Col. T. 1. Hill, of StanNATIONAL BANK packages. Also Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, &c. fortunately the train hndslneked up, the ford, tho Tall Sycamoro of Central Ken Fiticsii arrival of seed sweet potatoes nt engineer having seen that there was tucky, us a enndidato to represent us in OK STANFORD, KY. 15. K. & W. II. Wenren's. something wrong, nnd no great thunngo tho next legislatuio At this cheers is Capital Stock Tiik Louisville store will pay thu high- was done. Had it been tit night, there's went up, hats whirled nnd yells "Ho !" until the walls no telling how much damage would have the mini, ho is the man Surplus est market prices for eggs. shook as if nn of the old school-hous- o been done, as it was on n hiirh fill. Attention of the public is invited to tho fact ' Stanford. Iiusii and sweet potatoes Wednesday Having Removed My Stock earthquake had struck it. Esq. John that this is the only National Hank in Hank Act. Under the provisions of the National morning at Farris & Hardin's. Doesn't Want to Sec His Name in Print. Hailey. J. W. Givens and 11. T. Hush depositors are, secured not only by the capital M. stock, but bv Ihe stockholders liability lor an Tho following conies from Torrill, Ky: were appointed ns delegates and J. equal to the stock, so that depositors of IlEM'tho Ohriatian Kndeavor Society O. J. Crow ns amount Carter, George Carter nnd this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. "I seen nn advertisement in your by hearing Dr Hall Thursday night. Kic sworn statements of thecondition of the bank concerning me, so you have lleou In- alternates to the county convention to are made each year to the Uuited Suites government and its assets are examined at stated times Mil W. II. Paiwonb' family was in- formed Hong. I have not Keen married meet in Stanford May 'J. by :,",men, "Rents, thus securing additional Back to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper I can by tho arrival of a girl n few days Hut 3 times nnd my first wife is Dend On motion J. M. Carter is recommenand perfect safety to depositors. creased This institution, originally established as the o sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. All kinds of produce taken Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1858, then nntl tho second one wns Dude Mnthews ded to tho county convention as n . v, nKas the National Dank ol Stanford in i$6j and delegate to tho State convention. is not worthy of nny ono to live as the First National Hank of tn exchange. again Se A. T. Nunnelloy's biudors befor nnd sho Motion then moved nnd seconded we Slanlurd in 1SS1, has had practically aa uninterI you very kindof 3J years. It is better supplied von buy ns ho is representing Tho Wm. with for a wifo nnd ask rupted existence .Jr Pit. G. Mooiie, Cli'm'n. ly to keep my name out of your Paper adjourned. now with facilities for transacting business prompt Deering uo., mo m-- i ly and liberally than eser before in its long aud M. Waiik, Secy. F. ns I am not Living in that county nnd honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduto mnko cabinet pho- will Say you Said iu your l'.ipor I had ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully I will continue 80MI) KOU KDMISTON. reiuaiu-de- r tographs nt 2 per dozen for tho Bbcn married 5 times though you are Hubble instructed solidly for Edmis-to- H'l'he Directory of this Bank is composed ol of Stanford; nbout it.. of this month. A..J.Karp, Stanford. mistaken with R. R. Gentry aud G. P. Bright T. J. Foster, Keid, Lincoln county ; Korcstus Jon C. Gain." was also instructed Yours Resp., (LATK ALKXANDER'S HOTEL,) delegates. Varnon W. Hayden, Stanford ; J. S. H. llauehman, l.mcolu; The Jollico and Iurol minors have for. M. J.Miller, Mt. Vernon; agreed with tho operators on a scale of There nre said to bo good prospects AND IMPROVED. S. T Harris Lincoln: Kingsville instructed for Kdmiston and for six months and tho proposed of the Louisville, Lebunon Monticello & prices J. S. llocker Stanford; Day. G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; nothing oflicial has been strlko is ou". Tennesseo railroad being built soon and Varnon, but T. P. Hill, Stanford; and Green Streets, opposite Court-HousWaynesburg and Highland, W. (J. Welch, Stanford. beard from Cor. Jefferson, Center W. P. Tate, Stanford. couple of houses iu on Monticello'a nccount especially we ForRent.-- A though It Is reported that both went for LOUISVILLE, KY. y hope it is so. OKFICKRS: Rowland, with four rooms each, proper-tRiley won the Montgomery stakes them also. plenJ. S. Hocker, Treiidcnt; Cashier; W. II. LOGAN, Manager.v of M. Tcyton. Good yards and John J. McRoberts, CHAD OKCUAItD B0MD FOR DAYS. at Memphis, 1 miles, over Vallera and A. A. McKione), Assistant Cashier Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. ty of water and conveniently locatea. A. W. At the democratic convention held at others in 1.57. W. A. Tribble. -bo-for- Kniihwivo beautifully nntl artistically J. T. Joii.nho.v, who Mies Cnrson wns made chairman and Robert Tin: primaries passed oirSnturdny with- Kdmiston, secretary. J. It. R.iiley, J. I). out nny limine excitement, though at Gilkerson, W. A. Carson, Curtis Gover Bomo of tho precincts things were pretty ami Judge W. O Hansford were selectI). 15. Kdmiston lively font while. Mr. ed as delegates to attend the convention eeoHis to have tho call very largely nnd to b held at Stanford May 2, nnd were as ho now has no opposition, ho will be unanimously instructed to cist their For county nominated unanimously. votes for W. i:. Varnon for county inty judge Wallace 15. Varnon was judge and I). 15. Kdmiston for represenstructed for nt nil tho precincts. Fol- tative. Speeches weie inndo by Judge lowing aro reports from thu various vot Hansford and Hon. F. F. IJobbitt. ing places: Five persons have died from the eft'MNSTKL'CTHII, HUT MA.IOIUTV FOB KIIMI8-TOfects of the poisoning nt tho Snooks-He- rr FOR THK BIGGEST- - BaRGMNS -- IN- WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY o coiiit-lious- o Turnpike Election. i SILVERWARE ts now-carryin- Km-br- &Swlfllf'H h Hi IJaii-Hoo- Turnpike Election. W. B. McROBERTS . .ii a k bar-room- Wk-Kin- s. Turnpike Election. HEW STORE, KEW GOODS, NEW PRICES. ' Pnx-ro.v- , Turnpike Election. 11 Turnpike Election. - W. E. PERKINS, Jti 1 school-hou- se ( Turnpike Election. The Old Reliable Jeweler A. s, il in the Lead. R. Penny m ;ii Turnpike Election. r t u Watclies and Jewelry THE RILEY i tfl well-know- n de- es Bastin's Saw Mill. 1 " yes-terda- v. 1 N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, 1 43-- iy g FARRIS& HARDIN'S. FAsRKXS & HAIRCUT. y 1 New-lan- 11 METERS HOTJSE, 7-- At A. A. WARRENS 3IOIEL GROCERY" Sample Room Parlors. - 11 o FIRST ." $200,000 io,ouu REMOVED. tions, Etc., Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, No- pn-p- er suit-nbl- - 1 1 i. :b. :f. solic-te- d. n, TIE WIILILAJB THOROUGHLY RENOVATED Rates $2.50 Per v-- ieottt. e, 95-i- yr isjLj Afro- AVO. '&, Sl - . .'1.'' . . v.. 'V, ji3J5 .i ' , ''''r'iSSSBB Interior Journa: l' '"" 1 f Semi-Week- ly JOE SEVERANCE, Jr., Agent for I. 31. BRUCE, AND FEED STABLE, The Imported Younn Jack, "MAPLES," Two miles from Lancaster on the Staufonl pike mill Only first-class SALE WYLBY. Will make the season of igyi at niy farm, the old ? ERRICSSON, JR., Second cousin to Maud S , Jay Eye Sec and Nutwood STANFORD, KY. Arthur Sims 3041, oc SPECIAL A IM KNTION to COMMERCIAL travelers. Hoises and mules bought and sold. horsesand vehicles used in ll ery John l.oyd Tliuiiiiou pl.ue, near Shelby City, At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. 1 his hue ouiig Jack Is r j hands high, Is t bUk and a of fine style His head and enn are perfect. He must be seen to be appreciated f.F.OKGK It LNGLLMAN. y Shclb) Clt. K no 6 In a 3 list tst dam by (son of Old l'ilst sito of Pilot, Jr , (u in a 30 lit) and the dire of the dams of Maud S., Jay Ke See and Nutwood. Erricsson, Jr, is a solid black, 16 hands high and ever) inch a horse His colts are of (rood sire, style and color.sre suitable for the farm, tract and Eastern market, and belli? of unusually good Hy Erricsson for lis General Kno. sire of iS in the in list. First dam by Hourhon Chiel, sire otslx 2 10 list. Irom 2 M to 2 as, ad dam a thoroughbred. in Saddle Stallions. Wallace Dcmnarlc, Lcxcll, Tom Robinson. I jc $20 to Insure. Za depositions, can not be excelled for tamtly hordes. Gie him atrlil andie convinced. He stands ' .. LW J 'I J I a rich Mahogany bay, (Shim n last season times as a Uj bands high, bens d and mane and tail, Is strictly fine and lanes, Is both n tiMik 7 premiums and I rirtiliate nat'iral and pleasant saddler, breeds fjip y and when ijiiiclly drUen in harness goes bke a tri.tter ill make the season nt ikul it my plai e i miles (Uncqualed n lilitorvl at mv stable i4 miles from to lie is high tail style on both sides to the third genI mm Stanford t.n the Dinv die inke, Hustunville, on the liutortillc ,V Liberty turn- eration, is haclcd by thoroughbieiUon both sides, pike road. Will alto stand my T. A KLKIN, Ltm liter. naklng himser ailleand spriihtly ill gait; in ii $15 to a Mare in Foal, form and tiuitft a iierlei t model lie as sired by "Mimpter Ileum irk, be I y (mlitard s Denmark, be Money due when the mare is purled ith or bred ,V Cromwell s Drmunrk, li by trw race by dainei (o another horse horae Dell in ark he hv Imp Htdgeford. Ill first dam was sirrd hy Sir I and Clifton is a iteawtiful red .lljie he b lotlhunlvr foal. sorrel, siitha At TEN DOLLARS to insure a mare in 1 hi trotting and combined stilhoii will make Sit Wallace, he b Mr Albert, thoroughbred; ail cotsrt mane and tail, 15 bands, fnaled In iSM and His colts .speak will for him dam b Virgmius ,l,m of irgimus liy 'Iranby, is u perfert saddle hori.ii. thex.ivni n igi at mvstibVit Milledgi villi-- . Persons breeding- to eitliir and then tradinir or D, riptloii and Pislierev -- Halitluoiia Mhik, Ihnroyghbred) he l. the lelebratwl Ihose uha uaut 10 breed gsted saddle stal-Ihbreeding the mire elsewhere, renders money due. hipp, yl dam a Wlupp mire inaoniii 17 li nuts nign, weighs i,oo koiiiiiU. iro serdially invites! to look at my horse and K. S POWELL, . i . I. an l hi a iii. k. j sec him move linn aim .!. m a..... loal getter, his pne. Hustons ilte, Ky n MiilMiiuig; sprnl aihl hrst He was sired by SecMd Jewel, lie by Cunning-Jwbs'- s eu saddle quali-tii- it lie has a record nf jj Jessrl, be by mM W.hii;tofi Ilenmaik. H ist' amhriHO Chnf, he Ktcbelieu, he bv His first dam Fannie bv a son Midi's Vermont; Wallace Denmark alios e. is .1 braatifal bv M nilirino Pa matter, he by Mnmbrino, he by blJck d dam bv OM .Montr, thoroughbred 11 , lies high, ma He and is hands Imp Misvliger Lien letairtestOfl colt till sirnssm 11 paid. tail, of ol wright md d n vliauM m v; tit-- t ,1.1m Helm mar by Ray Mrw'iir, he b) Mares grarsnl at resHMuible rates, but Hat May and is a sery promising Mic stilt I tan s. be by HambletoHiin, he by Imp Mes- mraccidents.kbsMildanyniiur Peiligre by Mandard Rule t ) idelle, st ' ug r ddim Rut Hud. by Canbou Whip he by Sir WIUie,as rirst 'Itm by (J A LAI KM, StanRMd gm li alnne, idelle bv iisds .' urii' Whip, he by Imp. Whip, be by (sire of Jay Eye See a 10, Sired by IJuttter nj he bv HUxxl s HIhi k Havtk, he y , I!. '.. II ml 'Urn by Herod. d daw a thronehlml uare Vindrx" I Phallas a ij4, Director i 17 and jo others in the iktdim bv Mimlaiini Chief, ssl by Imp Du'ineile. Hay MeeiiKer's dam was out Hay Messenger, lilnt's Cannons Wbinp du. r 2 30 list. nt a f l! blooded Messenger mare and bv Imp First dam Alice, by Almont 33. Kokiinham. Waterloo's dam by Helm's YorkSecond dam Norma, by Alexander's Norman 35. TOM shire, In I y Imp Yorkshire, dim by WHsijer's 'I bird dam oung 1 wj man mare, by Coeur de It.'Nh mi. xl dam hy Koxulh: id dam the Leon ,ltesis J Denn 41k 11I1 e, tst dim by r Mibl e ii.ire owned by Joe lliliu ami allerxanl bj Sim nf Walla, s i I r .r dam Old Twsman mare untraced. ,nf,.rd on the Fourth s Dcliiii ,ik. hit ii mi Mine, nl li) I . uiorhw will SIJIHI l t in Almont 3J (sire of Fanny Witheripoon 7 6K sad He sialli' r1 ' Oliver, id dim ryOld Drenn H Tom ai'i he Piedmont 2 i; and 35 others in 230, also sire nurse, of the dams of Alabaster, 4 year 2 15. J II. $10 to a Livinff Colt, Is a Nile shaped hivli. MaclL ,n Iuavi tail. It1. " iirts a Richardson 217, teCatchfiy at 18. Hinder pros en li.nmli a f.in, ' rrc S16 to lzi-?- : a Colt. 2 2i and in the charmWilkes 2 20i, Acolj 1 he 4k Or $u ;o till weaning tlnw t. k Ik) II, t wjsvll of ISyl Os ed circle by Abdallah 15; 1st dam Sally Ander11 utri mII. near Carpet) my farm i n. Lien retailiol on mil till ueuiung time. Cate Ih riin,n ai'd son by Mambrino Chief 11; ad dam Kate by .lilul liken I prevent accidents but bo rvspontlhllil) tor's stalls..' .inli,il kr iiiv 10 s, s mare dars. Iiii.w i, xllh 11,411 jt t .' ,1 . ,j mane Pilot Jr. 12. by the ittsuran. r, should any oiiiir. aMX) tstl. sears (.Id ad u I Mi., hands high, Norman 15 (sire of I.ula a 14)4, Miy Queen 2 20, of Normon Medium oh MMnddut in aiovsarassi c nd ssmmetr" at M.T Rl'SSELL. MllUilgesille. K the damsofNorsal 217 it $15, IssrtH itisjhs K,mrf arte (the ATsms hone in and Loxell 2 20, etc.) by Morse Horse 6; 1st dam Slocum rare, s. t. b. by Magnum Lion urn. tint dam kt star I mis-- , d dam by Ilimlet Anil Turn ntSU. lnaiaik, Klaus' il dam by Harris Denmark Dictator, the sire of George Dictator, for many Stock commuted to m care and breediMg will King Kal s tK by Illack Katie Star Kagis years languished in obsmnty and really nev receive my personal attention l.r.iss furnished at was got hy CaoUa's l.eitHgloa , dam by (.arrard r had chance at the stud until he came to paid lor lvttort removal ol Chiel. Hasnlet Denmaik was ly Washinnton reasofiable rates, in old and having up to Kentucky; then 13 sears Standard Rule 6. stack. Nn msMMKl'illiiy for cldents or ecp Dramark, dam by Ihsmmb's IUmUsIhimh liar that time but 39 foals and nt 20 had less than xkj lrm ne4ghhv.raaM ris" tvaamark vn by Miller's Dtiiwark Illack tallion. ir W hands hwh, foaled in lUt. IPartlnsx with ln It . r n foals, and only a few of them were out of well n due i fells iHsursme and make Cossssdenac his line use, robir, styl and action, bred mares Few stallions impart more speed;to bredb A Goldsmith, Orantc cosinty New orl. tostvtkvr with his mtsst cscalleHt brcediKg, w his descendants, and besides they have ennp-r.nc- e Sired hv Castelar in6s J SI I LI I. CARPKNThll. 9 think we have placed his services bt combined with level heads. He it the First dun Woburn Maid, by Woburit ta, (the Cart takenlo present amilenta but no respondamof Carser a"27S) ssl dam by a Mambrino sire of iS in the 2 1 or better list, 24 trotters and sibility should auyoctur horse; id dam by Mamtrin Messenger. 4 pacers. The trotters are headed byJayEe Director 217. We do YiduHtcorts, sire of St JhIiii See 2 10, Phallasa Castelar notknour another stallion that has three such Also at ike same time and place we will stand itH.eU; 1st dam Miss Nriinn bv Hammond, ..VMKTIIOPOI ITAN 1171. sons with the same speed and number of heats son ut Poller's CIa , d dam Wells' Star, dam of the rme imported jaik 6 by American Jay KyeSee has sS heats better than Son of R)whk's HambleloiiMii. trotted rtillery 2 i and Modesty 2 30, Director 57 and Phallas 48, a total of 16 ''tar 14; ,d dam hy Demand. Woburn 111, d ll.unblctinmi 10; 1st dam Miss Dai s, JOK1TF., by HkKid Chief, 7W., Site of (asi- beats in 2 30 or better. Hie Robinson; 2 os4 Cooley, by I el graph 301 ; td dam the dam ot The returns of thu ear's trotting v ill show s HamblelenUn. dans He( a ll k, nearly 15 hands hib, of fn b i,e MetrapolitaH, by Coolev, bv Friday. that Dictator not only breeds on through his sons F.d llarlv ill stand at mv stable ) miles It jacinth by Yolanlerr, gramlam Clara, dam of and at lion,.. nu wilt crve n,arcs and daughters, but also his grandsons are outline tram stanlurd on the new W'hite Oak ad Dit Hester and Dictator, br eely . . mmtx an sisr. s . a numberof horses 111 the 2 30 list. His sou, Col. ' t MelrossulitaatsackHowle.lge.ltoliefHH-oflbehe.Riser turnpike, near Dudder.ir's Mill, LlVing UOIt. iflU 10 lllSUrC Hambrick, has 2, Commander 1. Dick Loomer 1, aatl bv asans the terv Ixst hied slalllnu pter iissl. 6, Junius 1, Phallas 2, Pietender 3, ReDirector A lull ill !e retained n rolls fi.r season sister Kalria VI. the H II A I V porter, Delineator 1 and Endymicn 1. leu sons to At a Colt ed. Illsfull lor j7,"S highestlorla, sold atpaid Me ooi) Ferrari sale price ever lor sired 19 trotters public sate Two fiHUs by MetroHis daughters promise to make great brood F.d. Ilarb 's mils that hasp rente this spring a brood mare at of politan, litllber which wtrc ever buosid single. maret They have produced Ilrown, Elbert, Gon.ire good ones and bid fair ta make valuable smi soldalpuMU sale lor Ji.wt avi raging $ttj v SPIvl.D Comloned vtatlol dola, Keller Thomas, Evening Star. Garnet, Last mals. Ittoixl Chief, by rtlood's fslaek Hawk dam Miss ilkes, Chance, Nancy Hanks, Northwest.VictonaU Duncan bs Si oil s lllghlauder, (raiMlam by Ara Solomon and Williams. Marget S by DirecMattie I will alvi stinl at the same time and place tut, id dam by llmolron IiUnmI Chief sire, I Won Nancy Hanks has tor has a record of 2 m young taik. lev fim jn.j and Chiel a record of 2 14, a third heat made in a race, and f f annle Kiblrsm lltood s lllass Hawk-- sired the dasas nf in 2 s.l beaten. His grandson, Phal- she a never been amlgranilaia of Will make the season f ioi at "Travelers Kcsi Arnlas j igS simI Alsaont, Jr , lamont by Phallas. has put 3 in the list, rnalla- irgimus iieue iiraantni 1 m ami I'luuease $ is. Farm ' near shelby City, Ky , mont Girl 227V.. Phallene 2 20 and At SS to nurc a lmn; colt Joe i a red jik. j Klngi Id Is is1 . hands high and estremrly fine Live Stock Record. 3 2ii. arst iJa4 lilt (lrtaiKsSs full I i hirula lne.li .,f riu. fj ml stylish bsbvb Will make the Sanson of ' , at say jws""'sw iisii'i' aa'aitf iiri ucorge uicuiorisa ciac stall:or it hands 1 $15 to a Living Colt. style and action; bred by the late Peyton Lmnree, ubl e at MnrrlaiMt, miles .Norlh t( llust,ritill-- . hich. foiled in iSJi. is a handsome full and will of Lincoln imint, and has a double iross id Jim on the ilustntittllcand Danville pike, at $10 to certainly sire CAtremr speed He was bred for a I'ortrr. for inlormation as to bis bretliii, call lntnim II LlVltltf Colt, l.lea retainssl on all HttsaUood bay, ij"4 kauU Isigb, left bind ifreat stock horse. He will stnnd on Wm Gooch, of Lincoln, or J. I'. Kmhrec, of colls If ma re Is retired to another hurt or tradid foot white, beivj maaeand tail Madison Mrfd by Saddle od money will be due. Orisaslurnishnl at it v per Colt. a Money due oil all seasons when the colt i wes raontn Care takrn to prevent aitldenttor $20 First mm h Smith s Almont, siirof Katie How ard t tt, td dam by or mare trade J off Walliaginn but no resonstiillty should an) k ur 8 a grand saddla horse, was .y C. M SrOONAMORr I hateemploied () A llooser of Klngsvlile.l'a in Wildwood, istdambyStr Deaasark the winner to drvc for me this season He has put U.i t hate a sptesMli, I tratk and will hanUse j . list inranni, ri nam ny an imMrie! sad-- a sUliStMiddaui bv Vee. b s llamblftntiun a' lew horses leldes mv owl. at reasonable pridle ! WlldwiHid was fy IHackwiaHj 54 3 jear 4d t jt Bay stallion, 16 hands high; foaled 1ES5. ces for particulars aiilres wrenf lltackwood, Jr. dam Kate Mrs U s WIi.lt AM, Morrlaiid, Ky Sired by KING CESAR. seng er by Meisengcr Jr, ssl dam by Davy l roA-ett- , (By Hogan's Administrator Itecord t jft Jr , id daas by llrunswick, sou of Sumptrr. STAN DA II U. First dam Carrie Allen, by Ashbnd Jr. 4llidamby Dssls1 llamblrtunian Smith's At mom ay ,lmonl h, sire ot vscstinonl an',, Second dam by Sir Robin itroMti horse, 16 hands foaled May, 1M5 Witherspoon t i4j, At lUai kwiol 71 I v Third dam by Giltner Llrown's Highlander, StlsKI) HY RIT.NZI. rsorman n, sire 01 I. ills r I4"., May Queen j vo, King (sire of by Hogan's Administrator Standard No I am bv Mambrino C.hinl . Full brother to King Kene J Ac .Major Lander 2 27ft) son ut Administrator 357 I.esmirtoH IlrumsrL la tIbIhim.! in t.An.,.r ti.. McMahon 221 aod 6 others (sire of Catchfly a iirt dam dam offence 2 9l, by Almont This voupk roadtler stallion is an inbred Gold j mm, he,ut,ru, Horaces i" Ken Forrest 2 wK. son of Almant 1 Jo),. 111 1 30.1; uam uy American si.iy 34 sire 01 sjran-vildust rwled iu Apn , m is a bar. full iS hands u n. tn f..i......i.i 1..- -. 2d dam dim Second dam by 2 26 Maggie Ilnggs 227 etc arrard Chiel, site of tlasil speedy ant1 unesselled .1. stvle, actio.,, .im.h and ,u,i ' ,., h. ," . V, L. ...l Duke 2 iiVt of Wilcox 2 irjjj and llald Wilkes 230) by Red disposition f Third dam by (Irey Eagle (lloner's ssre of 2d iiuurr a anu goes ine trails tialurallv l!a !,. Hawk; 3d dam by Mambrino Chief 11 r nil tr'iihrr to Itstel e. trial 2 U. Cor nne. smssvti 3 so gail, both rai k.ng ami Iroltlng.wnh-ost- t dam of Lady Hatis s wV? cgan will stand I 2 is and Mmtrnse. the speedy d and any He emanates from the highFourth ilam by Copperbcttnm, sire of dam of premium tri of n Sired hy ilrasdi fiidddust colt est ibis of saddl. and prvmiHii horses in Ken-tu- t Haul Duke 2 agv. to 440a by Onlddutt iv by Vermont Morgan, kj on his sire's side nud his dam represents Kitwi wissirLil by Helmont, dam Illandina , related and (dam of wiKert with ; in 2 jo or belter, Abdal- Clo'er than anrin Maud S 2 oi'i, first 3Johu'stsri. same of the best trotting families in the whola 1 ( year old rusintry Thisconibiualioti produces the best other stallion, the I also have 1'ilot, 3 better than 2 to and Kini: Kene lah a n stallion to trot f public as horses in the ssorbl aad those svliliti with 15 in 2 jo list by Mambrino Chief, ad dam Cigarette, dam ih Kosalind fast as 1 25, aire of of Wilkes the fastest maail the best prices in all eastern markets iom llurch mare (dam of Kosttlind a 11 K and DonabJ mare of the W Ikes family, record 2 14(4 WhirlAny me svill bate to see him 10 appreciate his great237 by Ilrown l'ilot. Kienil is lull brolhtr ot wind, 2 4, Fannie (islddust. a n' ,, Ksteile 2 ness King Kene 2 jo'4, sire of Fugue a lo'J .Mist Two ot which ire noted as the best jennet jacks, Dam rlrence of Ksteile ti'i, by Oolden I'nnce Edward 2 14H. Sarcenet 2 25 and 11 old. Mingo Chief, sail dam and will serve jennets ut $25 for a jack colt and ol (.all s Comet Morgan. ert in 1 V list $13 tor a jennet and will servo mares Over 5 ol the 2 y performers have a strong I will alio stand my splendid ourgjack, , Infusion of (tolddiisl and Morgan Almoin Forrest 2 vr'i, sired by Almont 2 okI Colt. to sire of ,7 with records of 1 30 or better and 46 Dursey (iolddiitl will make the present season sins uitn i2i trotters with records of atoo'bet-- 1 The other jacks are fine mule jacks and will tcrjnd hia daughters haveaSsvfth rccorilsnf 2 v at my place j1 mi cs from Stanfjnl 1111 the pike. serve mares or better Klrst dam by Edwin Forrest with two Four years old, blaik with while pointi, A. C. SINE. J N.MENEFEE in 2 30 list anil sire ofthndainsnf 11 in 2 30 lit Ms hands .. r n 1, high ind a"jim hung vj)10 10 mSUre $10 to (arrard Chief sired Mambrino Chut. isi dam lalVitlff UOIt. coll. due Oil tier dandi,'' ator J10 10 insure isa parted when mare isi, 191, D.IU Dime by Frank; 2d dam by Arams; 3d dam with. animals will stand at my stables on the These Mnareskept on reasonable terms 1'ersatul at br llambletntiian, 4th dam by Dimncd (.arrard Lexington Denmark a leo will be due when t It Somerset pike 2 milei south of Stanlord. ., Ltiiei siren 11.1111 nuke 1 Hippy tention gien but iiotiesiiiuslble fur accidents. is foa'cd .r marc is j .rteil, aitb. ,Mre kept at Jj Maggie Lee 2 17 and 2 12S. Ked Crook I1AUGHMAN, Stanford M.S. prrmonlh owiurs risk a lici 212. a in pc -Nobby, sire of Nobby, Jr, also aired At same Hi"'? and plire, will in ike the season lion ulm stosk I The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. s besl bred w ith one uf Lest Hub'-lthe dam of Mistake aJ$anii Don I'uarro, oungj(icl, Shelby City, Ky. old record 2 14k, Ed Cambrel j 274 Helmont sired by Alexander's Abdallah 1 42- dam Ilelle dam of McCurdy's ilamblctoniaii d dam llclle: nuu by 2 26', by Mambrino Chief, Helmont is the sire of 35 in the 2 yi llillfoundcr He is black with white points, nearly is hands list, his it lughters hate produced 31 in 1 tali.t and high, line length, bone and body, 3 years old. 10 of bis wins have sirtii 131 with records of a o aired by Joe lllackbiiru First dam Dollv V. Standard Rule 6 Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. llama by Royal Mammoth; ad dim I lose l.iubry. irbelter fiv Alexander's At.ilolInK hyhlonewall Jackson, he hy Joan lUughasan s Alm.,ili bv Waliingham 2i6 (sire of Latitude, re Sired ' By Longfellow, dam Slipper by - his dam tiyjim rorler III) the ord 3 191 id dim 2 4j, 1st dam Sallie Anderson by Mambrino Chief; ad dam Kate by l'ilot, Jr. Almont 2 jy'i "ed 17 by Hlyt He s iianlbai, ne ny Compromise, ithdsm Planet, isi dam I nisei by Measenger Duroc j s n of We carry a full stock of everything found in a Helmet.. ol Mad Ilambliliini.nl and sire ol Elaine 320 the iUm of with records of 2 30 or better and his daughters a ne b lark jeuiiPt sold by D Nerlaine, yearling t 11UI; d d.im llesa, sister Is 28 in 2 30 or better. 46 of his sons have sued son county, to I. hi Hubble, hate $20 to James Howell, Jr., by Hainblclouian in, sire cf 121 i ,0 list Edwin rnrrest sired by 011ng Dexter 3 17X 3d dam Jessio Sayre by Ilarrv ( lay liav Kentucky Hunter. 1st dam by WntWn s Colt. $10 for of 4j, sireorthodaiisof M Jullen 3 ill, Hodine aim Forrest is Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract Highlander, lidand Champagnethe si re and Hilly 2 191, and 12 more that base produced 2 30 trotH'.skins his 230 A lieu will be retained onr, Its f r season ters, jIki tire ol the dam of (electioneer, sire of 50 daughters have produced 11111230 list and his & Stanford, Ky. for building. 8 Kl ID, .Stanford in tt.o a 30 list; 4th dam by Liberty, son of Lance sous hase produced C with records of 2311 or Let by American Kolipso ter Alexander's Abdall.ih 2 43 sired by Kssdyk s WalsinghamaiM. sire of Nalmth, Is one ol the Hjinblelonian, dam Katie Darling Alexandras By Monarchist, )uungektsoiinf George Wilkes jio, record 331. Alidallah 2 42 Is the sire of 6 iti thu 2Joist, his who surd Marry Vvilkis 3 uV, Guy Wilkes 3 15" daughters have produced 27 with records ol 2 tot or better and Ins sons have aired lotiwiili records ...is-- i iikcs 3 15- 1, II, ox 2 10 ailU OJ others 111 Dam Imp. Bon Bon, by Macaroni, 3 30 list, also 41 producing sons and ij producing of 2 3Qur better. Mambrino Chiel sired hy Mum daughters. uam in i.onalli 2 3 tirino l'a master; lit uam me Note Nabclh is a bay horse, 16 hands high, Mambrino Chief has 8 in 2 10 list and his daughIbis thoroughbred will make the season of 1C91 $15 ters haseaj with records of 2 30 or better and his at my farm on the taiifril and Millcdgcvllle plko foaled Juno 3, 1888 III. nediereu nntmns th- Milledgc-villblood of llnmblelonian, George Wilkes, Mambricircle, sons hase sired 81 in the 2 30 milus from 6 miles from Stanlord and no Chief, l'ilot, Jr. and Harry Clay. l'ilot. Jr ,by old Pilot, dam N.mcy I'ope l'ilot Jr.'is the sire ol 9 with records of 2 30 or better to THEY MIKED ON. THEY HREED ON Living Colt. and his sons have sired 18 with records of 330 and to a Living- Colt, better and his daughters hate produced 34 with rocords of 2 30 or better and two of his daughters Money due when the colt is foaled or mare parted produced M.iud S.a oS--' and Jay Kjc Sen 2 10 By Imp. Glenelg, Kysdyk's Hainbletoniaii sired by Abdallah; is with. Alien retained on all colls until season Registered as Hob Link. Trial a 3i'(. dam Charles Kent inaro by Imp llellfounder. 3d money is paid. Record 3 31 16 hands high Description Dam Florence I, by llrcccnioauer is .1 ncn uarK nay, Austradam One E)c, by Hishop's llaniblclnniaii; 3d dam Sired by the great Helmont 6t, sire of Nutwood hands with blaik points, heavy m.iue and tail, a , Fred Arthur 2 14VJ, Wcdgcwood 2 19 and 36 Silver 'I ail, by Imp Messenger. Rsdyk's Sired hv Voltaire os rirsiuam by I.cxngtoo lian, has sired 41 with records of 2 30 or bet- high. Hit colts are lare, fine ar.d of solid color; in 2 30 list and sire of 35 daughters the dams of 31 Cheil lis; ad dam bv .Mamlirinn I l.n,l.ir, ,A tor and his daughters li.isc prod .iced 73 with rec- can be seen st I. S. 'lews. in 3 30 list. Standard Rule 6 I'edigree No 47, Hrecchloader, bay, foaled in uam i.auv grandam of Ko vt ilKes ords of 2 oor better and 119 of his sonslnse sued At $15 to a ti'4 and Simmons a 38. ly Hnmbletoi l8fco lly Imp llillet ico. 10 783 w ith records of 2 30 ur liettcr. grandam of Huielf by Sired by Sultan 1513, Iteccrd a 24, First t uuaire 3 aoi: iny lattlir to iljin Voumv I'nr. I'ENCE is a horse 01 great speed; 329! is no Hob dam Nellie Viley, First dam Hettie Kinkead by Contractor 1084 t.v UnAnrL 2d dam Mary Churchill by Alex. tia bv Manibrnm Chief ii, s.1 Johnson: Sire of Stamboul 3 1, Ituly 1 19K, Alcaier 2 30 mark of his speed. Owing to on accident getting sued by fire of Dr West a 17J4. Contractor was Hainble-toni- Sweetheart aud 25 in 2,30 list nnd grandsire fastened in bis stall which threw him out ol Churchill; 3d dam by Imp. Margrave, grandam of sire of Hrow n Jim, is also the sire ol Volney, br g, 2 32 Ajax, lull brother lo Orange Girl a jo, by training he would now base a mark of 320 or King Alfonso: 4th dam .Mis iiletoe by Cherokee. dam Nellie hv Aldrn l.oiUiiuili ulm i,l.. a 10. Con tractor's dam Lady Uodbcy by ot sin 3 30 list Susan bv liger. 6th dam bv ord in 1800 of 3 J,ti lattler, Voltaire's sire, by First dam Lady Dunton bv Georce Wilkes sio. better In a race at Nicholasville he trotted as .Mh Jam lllaiL-kvr- il Green's Hamblettnian 158, full brother to Volunrecord 2 22, sire Ilarrv Wilkes a i34, GuyWilkss goodasasf. With thu blood of Iliimbletoman, Albert; 7th dam by Altferlne, 8th dam by Grey l'ilot, Jr , dam Telltale by Telamon, son ol Atedoc, teer and Sentinel. Ajax sired 7 iu 2 30 list. uud 69 in a 30 list. Mumbruio Chief, l'ilot, Jr , and l'.dwiu I orrcst Allred gihdtmamare purchased in Virginia by sired Indianapolis 2 21, Humor 3 ao Slander ' 2 15M, W.lson 2 16J t, So So a 17 By Ten Broeck, dam by Planet, Capt Hurbridge for breeding but whose pedigree is Second dam Josie, record 230 by Night Hawk and as great an individual as he is, I'euce is bound now lost ; believed to be by Amuricus, 101I1 dam by a jS4 and Volt urn 3 ao' and his sons Abbott, In dianapolis, Rumor, Taitkr, Jr and to make a great stock horse He will make the oltairearu Second dam full sister to D.Monroe 2aS)tby JI4, sire of RedCross 2 36, .Minnie Warren 2 27' miles from Stanford by Imp Monkey, nth dam by Imp Medley, nth all sires of performers 111 3 30 Pilot Ir 13, airo season ol iS,i at my stable $10 to Jim Monroe 835, sire of Lady Monroe 2 16J3, Kitty and the dams ol Ed Annan a 16',, Sentry 3 23, dam Imp Fearnaught dam by Imp Shirk, 13th of 'lattler, is well known as bring nne 01 thn grandon the Husloimllepike, 28 Vc. Hates 3 19, Monroe Chief a 18VJ and 14 in 2 30 list. 26, lecumsch 2 Imp. llillet, sircol above horse and also Miss est brood mare sires of the age. Ins daughters proJim Monroe by Alexanders Abdallali 15 '1 he lateThird dam by Vermont Hero 141, sire of Lady At $30 to Maud S Woodford, JayK)cSee 310 a Colt. ly His get Helvidere, season Lioness, K.c , diedstood ducing others of ao8,,Lexington Chief and a M 2 30 and Gen Knox, sire of Lad) Maud 2 host ol $uo,0j nnd lie won last note. 376, mid Saddle Stallion, Calmors 2 io and 17 in 2 30 list. list of wini 111L' sires. He was 34 of Ilrown Jim's dam is by Kentucky Clay 194; seondtn the Third dam by Dmall'i Mambrino, son of Whip. I'rivatc stallion ) ear old and liiaretwun from 1887 to iSe3 $jn,- - d.im Lady Warlield by Mambrino Chief 11 Mam brino Chorister (sire of dam of Proteine 318, etc) 203 so by Mambrino Chief, dam by Chorister I will also stand at thu same place my fine jack HELMONT CHI KF is a rich bay in color, was foaled in 1S85; he stands full 16 hands high and Will stand at same place He has is stnetlv a fine horse, smooth turned cf extra muscular development, showinir L'reat power. $15 to Living Colt. an excellent set of legs. Hat, clean and hard in finish: the individual merit ol this stallion in form, lin-- I $10 to Colt. ishutid action is fully up to and in keeping with his high breeding. His oldest colts are coming . owneii uy r.. linn a uuui, wccaiui, olda and also show great natural speed tic ary He is a bright bay At $1000 to Insure a Living Colt. He is Jllch., that went trials better than 2 30 Inst year I will pay $300 to the breeder of the first 230 hands high, fine inane nnd tail, of white, is 13U a brown jack with write points, 9 ) ears old III June fine action and pirlormerot his get since he has been owned by me is a natural saddle horse; by Silver King, the nnd full isli hands high He was sired by Aiken's HELMONT CHIEF will make the season of 1891 at my place near McKtnney at Kin William, he by King rhillin. hirst dam a Snillll. C.oll.fOl I."fit. ..V hands high, three white ersat premium horse First dam by Imp. Ilucl-def-pedigrees and particulars, V. ..".., . 3d d.im by Denny's Drcnnou; 3d dam by lllacl. Satin iennct: she was sired by King Phillip: icei, neavy tnano onu tan, nne style and action was a great show horse in his ad dam by Morecastle, he bv Jim I'orter. This Filmore. Filmoro address day. He was by Montgomery's Whip smi out of jack has ruven himself a fine breeder. A number $15 to Colt. Mares kept on good grass at $2 per month; owners' risk. of bis colts have sold for $100 at weaning time a mare by Frank, thoroughbred. H. Baughman, S. H. or con is loaieu or mare. part The above stallions will make the seascn of 1891 kept at reasonable rates but not reiponsi-bi- s Mares Money due when the at my stable near Hiiitonvillc. for escapes or accidents cd with; lien retained till the money is paid. Stanford, Ky. r. w. i.uuak, A.M HENCE, Stanlord, Kv J. K. HAUGHMAN. ,j The Small Sum of $12.60, s reof Prince Imperial ad dam a thorough bred ltv Metropolitan Wyandotte 5526, Wallace Denmark, LORD CLIFTON, First dam bv William Welch t tjs,, Jerismiah iir,X.c. aear-ol- he F.im y Saddle hl.illiosi, The Premium Sad. If Slnllion, I $20 Insure. V "Toung' - Jack At Insure WATERLOO. cls MH ta I,, Geo. Dictator 3362. Sol lw) Sal-tra- m ttil R0BINS01T, ,m EAQLB BIRD. Lirin? Ir'gne 1 M.l-le- Mow-goaie- 11 At Insure . 'r At f- . , , 1 Wallace at 11 Ed Barlow 2375. WALTER A. WOODS' Binders, Mowers, Hay Rakes, Twine, &c. iml iji, io,liy (ii Rd)k JOHar s. weixs. a iit ... iaud STMW 1 HATS. Opened. $10 Insure Living sntt. LEXINGTON DENMARK Insure Joe Embroe, 's.v 1 , . At At to Insure Living An Elegant Line caps HOCSAIT. ) Just PENCE d tdlwd, in 1 1 11-i- srl,,ii Three-year-ol- Cx-sa- DORSEY GOLDDUST, ... 1 iS, le , NO OLD GOODS IN STOCK. isr ,,,,,, , (,,,. ', ...:,, .'dl. ....'. II ... ear-ol- At $10 Insure. om-bln- cd "Five Splendid Jacks, Insure a Living Insure. Stagg & McRoberts. u !' At $10 1 Hus-tonvi- Imported Hidalgo, lc Hs, , At Stanford Lumber Yard, At nx. a o ai8(,nd 1 Stallions for 1891. LUMBER, MINSTREL, At Insure. FLOORING, SASH, DOORS, LATH, CEILING, BLINDS, SHINGLES, SIDING, it 1 HOSCOE. NABOTH 10016. WOVE1T WIBE AND SXAT FEITCE. FIRST - C3C5LSS LUMBER TTAR. SINE MENEFKE, . tril lc 111 At a Living 1 LITTLE RUFFIN, At to Insure. ii5( Lineoln ii Stoek Farm 8689. STJMAC. BREECHLOADER. i, - McKINNEY, KENTUCKY. e, POWHATTAN III Imp. Insure. At $10 Insure - $20 Insure a B3SI.3WCONT CHX3GF 1 BROWN JIM. ' is, CONCREGAN, At Insure. an rr. V 1 The iS, Insure Living Eagle Denmark, At $10 to Insure. For KING UVCKDEN Insure a Living r.- At STEVE WALKER, Insure a Star Denmark, w. n; .... S50 to Insure or $30 the Season, with Return Privilege. js J. Insure a Living J. P. CROW, Proprietor. un ' Vjslr N .