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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892041501 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 1892 $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. v V, r Semi Weekly Interior VOL. XX: WILL1AHSBURG. WHITLEY COUNTY. . Journal NO. 44 STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. APRIL 15.1892. DANVILLE. j - !' Andrew Turner, nsed 'JO yearn, and MIDDLEBURG, CASEV COUNTY. Mlo f)ritill 'A'nin wlin -- " ."-a it.inf r.l.li.r Mr. William Iiitu.us little child Johu Robinson's hhr circus Is to bo " """1 Prof. J. N. Hull i;u-- a tdiort talk at holy bonda the Haptist iwere lltlitf 111 wedlock !i... Ii.ii i. tlul 1lli if ll.ivl innii(l ui., 1,1... il- - lint chundi, Saturday, inMead of ' fov. W. !'. Junkin, once pastor of V,,,,"es',a' P.utc MoiKimi our constable, has a mtihoii by Itv. J. N. Howling, who Harrison I Jinon cut Tom Slaugh old lux property here and bought the 1st Presbyterian church, Danville, was attending the 'rial of J. II. ter's throat last Wednesday night. Tom IH soon tak (write of a church in A. !.. Sharp's Htore and stock of goods at more, at Liberty, as a witness. ll.WLlaid up for reprint until Tuesday of thla where he will make hi In- - isville. TI10 whippuonvill, ftiiipe, woodpeck-- ' Mr. John II. Stodhill, who has been week, when ho came to town uml turo home. er.ehitepokeand othei birds with juot a warrant for Khnore's arrest from V. 11. IiH. our marshal, has pin- - In ChurloMou, W. Va., forseveral years, a.s pretty named, that make their winter A C? .ludjie McI'Vrrau. Ky tli.it tiin Klmoru based a suit of clothes with brasi but- will assist C. I). 1'orUoml in Iuh doth-ton- s had run away, nobody to know and a cap to match. He truly makes j,,., business for perhaps two months, where. The tnnrri.i n fine looking otllcer as well lis u" ,',1, of Miss Zoc, diusthter has ojicncd in earnest. Mnii' months hu Aunt Tena Hell, V. Welsh, of the Farmers Na- of Mi. U. W. W. Hrowii, the hack drivei from dent one. an old colored woman, who has nursed OFThere will be n meeting of the dem- tj0rti IJ.ttik, to .Mr. V. 1. Cochran, of Liberty to McKinney, is eaid to be tho more 'ndien during coulincnient tlian oorntH at the court house 1'iiday iiinht, Mwysvillo, is uniiouiijud for WedneKlay, politest man ev r on the toad, Mr. Lipe any other person in Central Kentucky, demo-- ' tH, '.'7th just. for the purpose nf nruanizlntt died, tit an advanced :ie, being some not excepted. I'ncle Hill, a.s he is fa.Smith FieldH a few days ne,o fell iTHtlf club. The democrats of the couu- miliarly known, id deer fellow and where in the SOV. fcix or "even yearn ty districts should orR.uiie, so that they from a corn crib, on the farm of .lohn deserves the very liberal patronage he i before Iht death nlu- - made her will, di will be able to tin come work in the Tillet. who lives on the IViivviIIh pike, receiving. (toisiiii! of us she thought proper her lit:.J miles from Danville, ami broke n lif roinitiR campaign. Saturday uml Sunday nighta plajcd tle estate. The will was oulered to recat-- , -- Coinjrissinan Wilson spent hutneen the ankle and knee, the duce with the peach crop and thcie -- Mr. C. N. Smith was called to Civ. ord In January without objection, and aie .some fean that the apple crop has unlay shaking hand with his fiietuN yr.uid-poJim Hull, of Newport, nl; of Stanford, j Kion Tuesday by the serious illness of now a here. .IihIko J. W. Alcorn, Kvcr seen hete. Wc fluttered, although those who have a boy perhaps 1M years old, brinm .suit nttcndiiii,' court. Mr. l'etur lhu-!jwas hero brother William A telegram anexamined them say they are all right. here Monday nollcini: his death was received M-- Mr. to break the will, the old lady not j;iv-l- We hope .so, at lenjt, for if there ia any kle, of Haroourville, w him what he thought he ought to looking after hi interests In com t. Mis stnithV family Tuesday nfuht. thing that 1 love than ttu; old have. A'.ban- -, Campbell ami daughter, of t. M,. i;ij7.', s,jth 'mid Mr. Hunter 'ouiau, it is good, mellow apples. V. Va, are vMtini: Mm. U O.Moore. House, both of Hedcuville post olhce. Jailer J!ro,n had scarcely gotten. CRAB ORCHARD. William Wells Mfely housed when it Court has been progrehsiug very this county. uere luanled in the county The young pople enjoi-- l a very waa rejiorted In this paper, .so of, but clerk's otlleii Monday evening, by I!ev. d here that J. H. i'asbinore, nicely and several pIetif.antKjci.il at Mr. HeaIey's on y nettled I A. Sow ell, of the Methodist church. the noted whisky vender, who has given! moftt of them have eithet been night. . ... . ths county so much trouble, had arriv-The contiacr for fiiriiishin;; the new iuiru-- . .uo.:o i.i...i... pjn or cuinprotnisiNi. The hop at Col. I). (S. Slaughtei'fi on oil at Yosemite with Hever.il jug of his banner county foi divorc- Methodist church with stained kIhss for Krida night Whitlev is will he a phantom pattv. whibky .. . I....:.... .lit .... tin. nrxajlnl 11. u i nlnt'.l bielil.' il. linj I11.1.11 utiii.,l,.,l ... and deticd any man to pour it! . '1 iu,,v v- - .iL vv . ,:..... wiii: ... 'AlltheyuestHiire ri'iiucslpd to be in out, an they had Wells ...?.... . . v..... the day belon , ihv, .vuwai ,1... .run. iui phantom costume. ir, k,',uiv". several hut we have a few men ot gut and Mr. them continued for fuither preparation, 'ei biddetn were from Chicago, Cincinna Mr. Alfred Hastin received the con-- ' i'.issmore was ui rested and bin bug juice i the jmlge never grautrt one that in not ti and Louisville. This glhs will cost tract for unloading black :it Crab Or emptied $1,JW). uj)ou the ground in his presthoroughly jitepariHl In the window of Mi. A. 1'inck, a chard ami tho old dirt road between the ence, tie then executed bond tir his It. T. Creech, of Washita, was here LTkmrW-f VrtM depot and town will soon be plea-aappe.uance at Liberty Sjtuiday, and Monday. Hon. II. I'. I'lnley is in Uuli-vil- le Hebrew gentleman, who keeps a !econd. drive. being released he lnurded the tiain and on bunincM thix week. Kid. (i. S. hand clothing More on the corner of liaideiis ate in style now and every- went toSomersit bring suit against Sutton preached at Mullic. thi county, Main and Second MrecU, appeared the body is trying to have the tnojt fashion- Messw. M. W. following announcement, Joins, Jefferson short, L. last Sunday. No preaching at the Chri-tlaable by getting the earliest vegetables in S. II.i a Complete Stock of "DKIIflfiTOIlWIM. HBCI.OSUN TIC AI'llll. Wells tuid others tor arresting and dechurch on that day. Dr. W. S. season. The chief tome is onion, let- - taining him without a warrant. Hcl tl ON KAM) 0C KfTAIl lY." ot Woodbine, . i hue attending 12 . n. nice lino poiHioes. came back, huwuwr, natibfled to let, of thiplace, : M, Curtis Kgbcrt is at home await- - well enough alone, lie was tried Satur- . mtMMi.o (Mn whvn jt'iuuu. r 1... n.,.. i cuurfii'8 01 wnur lui'iiue ; c s"l"l HIV IMHIIIMtirtlllllli I1UIU day at Libei 'y, Iiefore Judge Myeib, and ed into his new resilience. He lias the Chiuiito iiumcopawiiu aieuieai -n . - .'. ...Utr,,, , it . ' . ,v.. . . IIIIIIHWII (,, ,w "i:,nM t. ..f. ....I ..m.. nf tl... ..t.l Mti.tltlt WALL PAPJEK, lined fsl, upon which he agreed that if "college ami iinn uuvoieu inn- - yi'nr "' T uililav ' llePHVM sltboileli uiiieiui wire t lie luiv II C. King, attorney. ,tU(lv. At the ,.,, of lwxl wllll(.rt tiled away , he would .juit wa3 dencealn.ovMi. ; r0 ; , lib(; Uu' ,",sims a1"1 '"' " Xn'"r 1,,ld very 111. course he will reivive a diploma and be-fio.u tl,u rulroid comi.anies it U' I -- MUHl.e.trud, Lester gave a soeial g5 lhe pnitue of medicine. , her home hint Prlday night and every' Thi- -- A MU" ",U '" henov" " 'nU.U,ok.,b to Aid, o home with a vengeance, hut we are of the one present ileal te to return theli thanks. ny, coioreo, nit r.eny .loiuison "" thev feel so dispose.! opinion that it is the only means of Mopto Miw Lester lor the pleasant evening badly Monday. There was only about a . , m of j .Ml . L. the pleastuo of enjoying. Tho wi..!...! .... . rs tbex had oi .ur, .imm- - Votw prostration. She has .eceivid her ping the illegal truflic. Pasjinore 1ms s Mines Lena Willi III l.'t.l.i'u .......I I Promptly and in style. been beaten and there is one thing cerfollowing were present. fn.... ' " " ."linii JClI ..f!. .IWOI1.-O- u. i,,, hliirc i.niulu , l.lll ia nt iitOBint .o ".' t...w.... ....!.. II Irvine. Fannie Lew K Sidney and Howe-H- i I..1. mtj iiiicimiiioi mnii' wnue .... .nei.i uuil,e t0 ,.,, ."--,, .r.slo(.k. " Mis, h,.,. tain, whether he keeps his promise or M?"KNTGRAVIXG on nil goods .soid, free of ru iiuo charge Old jold and . . Matitlll. Carrie Myers, .Minnie not, he will give this pint of the county on Ttiiiirfii itnil liniiil la .tl I. (i. IN. ..ii .. I a j. ......... : tie iiigguis lias ri'turneii liome, alter ai wide berth in silver taken in exchange. and Nora Hill, leu. Hhoda Slier, Theo the future and it will he very plea int visit to her brother in ,a nick. The well for others (0 look before they leap, Alice O' Miu. i and Laura Secretary of Mate Hon. Claude Mat Somerset. She leports that place ns faBt . . i Wool, Hrock, .iirnp.ui.uuimiii, i... i. i I...H. gentlemen were, Meiv-r- s uo :,, Hniiomin'Um,imvjIIKiCIW,nK,0 tu. KiaJl., H(.j)(ol for the iitfhtis on and will I so long as men continue IVniiingtoii, IVrkins, Mahun Majon, his candidacy foi the democratic nomi-- . tll0rt. Tlu nw V)m choiA mMiK law. A harder set was to .Myers, Hiiguoly, I'arker, Tye. Shmp, n itioti for the goveruoiship of his State, never aroused j, Hnlit.H. Mw. F. W. Dillion . (I.AIE ALKXAMlKK'b HOIKI.. Wat kins. than those who have taken the matter well mill favorably remembered in 8isU.r, MlH. (;,.f Hohoil (t Unr. lodged in into hands and mil prosecute violators Thomas Hurton wjs urn- i.e as a couege sumeni ,,,,1,,, I(.f, W.dnesdav for Washing-yearn- , RENOVATED AND without fear or favor It actually belast Monday evening, in default of ?."IH for .several radunthig with the; ,n,, i). (; ,,...; Mrs, niinm,'a hail (or breaking open and etitirin? the class of l.M)7. Day. $2.50 ,,ur .'iiin 1.,,. ..i,,,!,n i. ..,,:. i.,.., uif iiioi gin? to look like somebody's wind will t , ii.imriu tiif Mru nivi tiiiw iTbriMtinn elnircli it Woodbine and tak be shut oil' if the trallic is not stopped. Cor: Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-- I louse, i ue revival, which iicg.m tour weeks city. ing the ."siinday school supplies, biead ago at the Oi eeii street colored HaptUt LOUIS VILLK, K.Y. The Queen and Crescent Route ud wine theiefioin.' Ihtrtou had com- church, still continues. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Seventy-MW. R. LOGAN, Will sell tickets at reduced rates on acmitted thi.s act twice befoie detected. converts were haptircd in Fngarti's Itev. W. F. Kills' Mibiect to the count of the following occasions A. V. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. He would take the Sundaysdiool pa-- pond SuAduv. Since the meeting began young people on Suml.iv night next will State Kucampmetit (i. A. It., Lebanon, in over in Knox county and distribute It backsliders have returned to the fold, be "Habits." l April thorn gratuitounly to a Hi have come in by what is known and Thejtev. H. II. Caldwell was born Kentucky Association, Spring Meetthere. No doubt Mr. Hur.on thinks as"wjitdi-curc,- " that is, heretofore beot the church in Dan- ing, Lexington, April !J0 to May 10. nuppllenimil he, longing to other denominations, they within a his iielghbois need the ville, of which he is pastor, and he has A. M. K. Church (letieiiil L'onfeience e hope, will bettei undeiitsn I how to have become Haptists. L been pastor foi .'17 years. at Philadelphia, Pa . May on missionary work when he recany U. It. Foley and James Foley, his Thcie nill be a metting held at LexWomen's Hoard of Foreigh Miioiis turns from Frank foit utter cerving a son. who we'e lined sevcial weeks nio, to organize a Theolog- ot the Cumberland Pivshyteriaii Church ington June term there, H. $100 for unlawful shooting and U. ical Institute fjr the Kentucky Confer-enceo- f National Ass"inbly, Independence, Mo., IjisI Frtdaj moining evoral of the tine ami ten das' imprisonment for the Methodist Lpiscopal Church May ot "toting" a pistol, Mr. McMilliu, citunsof town and and .Linien $100 for South Scotch-IrisCongress, at Atlanta, Apr. Hending Co , of Troy, l) met the Troy shoo'ing, and who were sent to At a meeting ot Methodist preaeheis Hank room to consider a proposi- the woik house in default of payment, in the at C'tlmnhus, O., a memorial to the Gen To X"w Orleans and return on account tion to establish a factory lure to supply hae esciiped, ami it is thought hae Meeting of the Ancient for his home factory with raw material to gone to Tennessee. Nnhodv blames (i. eral Confeieuee was adopted asking such of the make nhufts and tongue for wagons, Ac 11. for escaping, as ho has rathei a good legislation us will enable a pieacher to Older of Hibernians, May 10, i reduced dmp membtis who do not pa accord rates "Caitorla Is 10 well adapted to children tht Caitoria curat Colic, OomtlpaUon, Theciti7eiiH Mibciibcd enough monei looking 10 yeai-ol- d wife, who seemed1 Sour Stuuiucb, Plarrluva. Kniclatioo, it a mjxrior lo any prescription ing to their means, and asking that the Kills Wririua, give bleep, and jirontote til This is the only line tunuiiu: vest t buy a site for his works ami let him rather fond oi him dining the trial.! 11. A. Archer, 31. I., fcnonn to me " peotlon. v i... i.. i ....:... lllllll v.. .:.......: .III .e V'l i.. (III. CO II.lll.S the use of it a.s long as be wanted Jsini's' companion, Viney Het .Martin, is pastoral hunt be removed WUUi out Injurious medication. So. Oxford St., Ilrookljrn, N. Y, hoe Ill The King's lUughtcis, with moueyielua '.U miles shortest and ipiickest. it. for $ UK), and the company to pa the rather ami it would not be Tub Ckstaur Compast, T7 Murray Street. X. Y I by small weekly contributions of Only 'Si hours from i to Xe taxes. When the) cease to use the nite surprising to hear that when dim got raise. the members, have opened in Louisville Orleans. Ti.iius run via l.xinj:ton, it will belong to the men who have put out he headed in an opposite direction. an infirmary for women known as the Chattaiioua, l.oolcotit .Mountain and to buy name. We hope their money in The unknown colored man found this is but a beginning of a great dead in a hi audi on the farm of Mr. .1. Jennie Cafseday Infirmary, thio' whose The train carrying ollieer- - and mem- A. C. SINE J .V. MF.XF.rEE development that might be done foi thin M. Van Metei, Christinas monting, is untiring etToits the institution is mostly due. She was bedridden at the time of bers of the Order will leave Cincinnati section of Kentucky. now thought to bo Minor Smith, who the dedication, but she heaid the exer-uis- s at 11 :0 . .m Sunday, Ma .s arriving at w js raised ami owued by Moigan Smith, by special telephone communicaNew Orleans next day atL':.0 p. i of this The Iiouisvillc Commercial tells funnel ly of uistr Stanford. Clara Smith, tion. For further inforoiation call on ticket X1T Stanfoid taking by u former i widow of .Minor, if the deceased he he, agents or address I), d. Klwards, (! A Brave and Patriotic Utterance. Logau, the accomplish- was in town Monday and from descripMins Hettio A., Cmeiniiati, O. Mr. Cleveland writes as follows to ed music teachei, is still busy with her tions given her of the dead man, she has to establish a grand music conser- no doubt but that he was her husband. friend in Chattauoo!t: etloits lu its city election New Hritain, I de-ito thank you for the leport of vatory in thlH city. She is sanguine of The body will probably be exhumed lor Conn., elected the complete demoeiatic . . I. a!.. .. 1"" ultimate success nndis meeting with luMtlvo ideiitilicntion, as Clara is an ap- - it l,,,,",,"' ;,t v 1I...14... -- . ...I.!.. Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath. Shingle-.- , Mouldings, Mrackets ticket for the first time in the town's hiski",,,y M 1ml' ""? (T V" itmU' Mie has succeed much encouragement. plicant for .1 pension, and it is necessarv 8" tory and X'crandah Work. ed in enlisting tho nervices of a number that her husband's death bo established Wr'N .vou S,I,0kr "' '""0" ll"m'-beyon' u, anxious 0 have our of loading Keutuekiaiis, among them bea doubt. Clara say, the old man w l0 Macl, ' he " ' ,U,,,I ing Mr. Carlisle, Mr. McCroary, Mr. years old and of n,o,,nd mind. was atf the Mr. Watternon, Col. Durrett and She was in Louisville at tho time, of his C"" convention, and I The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. dehrates will ha umdud by judgment otheis. She expects to secure substan- disippearance - - by true democratic Ollicc ptrit i tial aid ftom the State and from the Fed n i.i .i i''1 'tuatwl "" jri.,. - t " i.i.v.. .,r v,, wwiwiw. and tin single desire to succeed ob prin-ieral "overninent and will reiptiie about! m'rl, who was laised by Mr. IstseSinick, iiin frl ,000,000 to get her scheme well under was brought hero and committed to jail , ol ,K. fr.lk if r t,(l not MV way. Friday evening chared with ste.ilinu , JV(m t)ut ! ofwu ftilr (lo Il0l Reserve f.T, L'.' fiom that KPutlfiiian. She had an kin,, tMniii MU.h flieIHiH y0l, Wiikhkto i.o this SrMMKK. If you examiuim: trial before Spiho , lttV, fre(IMmt IllNl!iv. vcmiii l)e- - MV (jf IU trip this summer contemplate taking a . ,.v, ...... .,n3BCi. u. j.iii ......... ...., ...,.., ... 0 a,,a Large and I'resh Stock ot remember that tho most delightful place in default of 100 bond, hi..ie has been Old Point Comfort, Va. me in noininatiou. I am therefore anx-- 1 in America is in the employ ot .Mr. Jake Hotitu, who On Tuesday, July Urtih, the Chesapeake lives on the Quirk's Hun and Nevada ions that sentiment and too unmeasured personal devotion shouhl bu checked A Ohio Kailway will run its annual pike, since August. Mr, Hmiuk lives wll?n Ul0 AaWgiWi t0 tho convention ' from t.oxiugton and the hut a few hundred yards from .Mr. Hon - rMch Uw M of .umtlon. In anv A trip to Old Point will la Onion Sets Uwis I'oas, &c , in bulk. All kinds of package seeds; any other place on ta. It thoiiKht several other colored Lmit thero wll, l)B un Uisappoint.iient cost you less than to Kirls were engaged in the stealing hut f1P ,,, ,,, , also Hoes, Rakes. Spading Forks, Shovels, Picks, Grub IIoe and Yours trnlv. (5ro-- ! . account of tho extremely low rates mado J niai oy in arrangement nctwoen tlietn Mattocks. UH.IVI.M.M by the Hyiteia Hotel anil the railway the entire trausiction was "saddled" on - ii..,,ttllli A Croam of Tarter llslin? Powder Holiest of compauy to parties taking advantage 'of ri..lu. Liter in Collars, I lames, Collar Pads, Trace Chains, Uridles, Halters, &c. It is now estimated that nt lcat all in lcaeniny tlrentli -- l.itol nitta Male the evenii',' Mr. Uontaj . mj ii.iirii. excursion. Full particulars will he became her bondsman this and she was re (i,000 houses uud many lives were lost M.i.lUHi.ui ROYAI. IIAKINt; I'OWUKR CO., . advertised shortly. Ch:w. L. Hiown, . leased. by the tire at Tokio, Japan. ivo Wall ret, New Yior!;. I ;' 1 '" 14J " c -- Iw - SEVERANgE -- & SON ob-taiu- ' ed - HPTTT7 T T) s f T7 TP OnTT7 Car- - -- ' ,r. Dry Goods, Notions, pets, &c, ,n. n, s ! ( t . ter Have not Time or Space to Give Particulars J canei-dhpoe- Wed-uebila- 1 . 1 - f f 1 COME - JHTJD SEE. navi-iiee- u 1 ! . 11 nt & JrrciSJL iIId ,..- a W.B.MOBERTS, n Druggist and Jeweler, to-wi- t: ',r: ?rj:l7 " !..,. 1 I Pl. jut't , iu .. ' r..i , i - - . il. ,..,, .. DRUGS, BOOKS, &k PAINTS, I I 1 .,, !,.. II I I Tw! j i Lsh lZ I -- Zl -' wU.,VCWCII j PV I J 0 Vl first-clas- Vl i W.tfTt? a Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired wiree-piane- r' I I.e-forc- e, '. i j 1 1 j jil - j - ,! alu wi:LILAMD Per Manager. , I , .ti,. .... THOROUGHLY IMPROVED. Rates h Minday-Bchoo- 'JS-'- ti half-mil- e C.-.- -,,. l.'.-l- fi -- S'-Jo 0. un-lawf- ul h MAh M Infants and Children. ' 1 VUIL-IUIIU- Ciii.-iuuat- SINE & la-i- hig-unde- DEALERS MENEFEE, 1 SESH, DOORS KMD BLIMDS. WOVEIT re I ' Ca-rut- h, 7-- J i..i -- ...-j--- . -- pom im Absolutely Pur L WIRE AITD SLAT FEITCX. ' and Yard Depot Street, Stauford, Ky. n bf. ,,,,, i .,,,, . j JUST RECEIVED. 1 .,k..., :.., al, titti.. n. t ; GARDEN SEED FARRIS & J I !! ,. ...i. '.- POWDER - HARDIN. 1 A. s ' : --- ., -- jj!. J. . .- -r ?r r;.. - . , i'. 3TA . U tlO - ' t, o?S' J," WHITMAN ABROAD. WHAT LEADING LITERARY MEN BRITAIN THOUGHT OF HIM. fir-& T- - ' ! -- i l Washington to servo as correspondents i lion SiiL'ar cimicd. I.arce hoirs. cnnuniini; v ety from nil 6:45 am fir (itaham, Minefield and inlrrrudinte ijc !wait nf coiinicrfrilt and unilationt. in tho expression of resect for ono for newspapers become absolute inde- pill, Kmninoiiiaiiiiliciiiri! cnly by IhelnhnC. ot thi Washington Corrraptimlent (iath-- n Ihr "The Mermnlil Cluti" In Dublin L'nWor-H- y who was said to havo had nothing but in politics. They give up the W,-- Co., Chlcacu, ijjp'mlor llbicfitld, lladtoid, Knanoke, nnd pendents formic by A R ntul Dispenses InroriiiiiUou of Cur- nllegianco which they onco owned to I.ymhhurz, Kicbmoiul and Noilolk., AIo (ym SixMrty of "Tim WaHliltuiH ".ontempt shown hiru in his own country. Haul.-liurKiuncke) lor abliinnn, llacertii-wnrent KviMitN Ills All KuilirnrliiK. Illrdn-ey- r this party or that, and become more Speakers representing various colleges I'hiladrlplna unU New York. am" l'rof".iir Dilution' Vlevm im tAa Vlt-I'uilman slceplMK Car Ironi l.ouI'vilUwo Nor Lrglftliilliui. of and nearly all tho learned professions students and analysts. Clinractrr unit Iiilliienro nf AVIiituiiui. ni "Mii-.TF m. TT U fIk via Norton and Kadfnrd; lo Radford lo "1 11. u rose in turn, and with disconnected pasSpecial (VnTrspoiulencc New York, via Shenar.doah Junction, alto Naturally, they aro n kecti.su-pieinurt. tt' CorrcsHjuli-liCPi ?H Special ARKlil tn W4.h1rr.10n; alio from I.) ni Miufj; 10 sages for testa proceeded to overwhelm Wasiuxotds. April . In this capital cynical, critical lot, these men who sit .New York, April . Somo eighteen Whitman's Ixxik with ridicule. There Train bir I'nrahenl.t, I'owhatan and (Joint years ago, when I was an undergraduate, were a few timid shakers for tho de- city of the United States of America iu the galleries and mako or unmake wilt Irovc llluelield oail at ; a in and j 15 i in A snj of Trinity college. Dublin university, fense, but Dowden, who had opened tho then? is no profession so interesting as statesmen wih more twists of tho wrist. itppeiiuiries Cnmplric irtatmeni, conmstliiK of 6 J p m, m pm Ointmelit In CjikiiIc, an in to tho profusion of journalism. Iloro wo There is so much hyitocriny among the at Norto.i from the KaM dally.o rramin ono of the most agreeable literary soci- discus-ioenjoyed the privilege of re- havo professional olitioinns. profession- professional statesmen, to much jawing and pill;r a positive cnr f I Kxler al. Internal. 1145a in arrive n p in and ( . IIU riling, Ullml Chrorfe, Recent or eties to which it was then coiinidercd plying in full to all that was said during l'iir fiitllier inlntmaltiiH a lo acnedu'r. rat. 1 l'ile been to Iwlong, was known wi the the entire evening. Accordingly he al fciateinnon, professional lobbyists, pro- and insincerity, so much protestation known I" fail $i perInn lemtdy$,;hua neer mail. Ai apply lo auetiH of Nerfolk Wettrrn f lor cnl by Ihi, W II imVII.1., or in Mermaid club, the title of which was girded himself for the conflict. Ho took fessional farmers, professional every- and rhetoric for tho lieuefit of "the dis Why Milfn from tins tfriiblndiiea.e when a writl.en l,ener Ant Roanoke, Va. ten KiiKtmiti-- l with boxes, lo borrowed from tho famous gathering notes of tho various speeches and was thing: but of them all none form such a trict" at homo, that tho scribes soon losi relund lli nnnryismtUe'y sle' Send 6 t.linp for It not cured which included such wits as Shakes- kept busily employed arranging book coiupnct, picturesque, little understood patience with that sort of thing am! tre vn pic (iuartnu-- Imucd by A H. IVnny, If VI if AUU COI'.U. . nnd DriicL'i! It aRint, Stanford, Ky, Call for peare, Ben Joiuion, Boauniont, Fletcher markers in certain volumes beforo him and withnl so tire fill a corjw of.workers learn to judge the men on tho llixir ns tho new apiirar correspondents. Being at their true value. I do not mean ampleiiml other world renowned worthies of on or the table. His spirited reply con- - u inotnberof this corps, I hope I shall to say that all Ftrttoinen aro insinceio. tho Elizabethan era. It K sisted of (li a brief general review of not bo accused of blowing my horn nothing hut actors, striving for impnlar Foremost anion: the scholars and poetry, (') sketch of modern democ I wy that I am often amazed at ity. many of them are, nnd state Hut thinkers, not only of tho society, but of racy, (!1) series of ml hominem arguments when tho intelligence, tho industry, the wide without tear of contradiction that a mathe university, tood Edward Dowdon, nvcUva tho bottom" fair,y ut university professor of English litera of attacks based upon detached sen range of information, tho acumen and jority of them aro moral cowards iu the t ture, a man with mind of the strongest tonces and nia-a'- by men whoso critical shrewduws of the men who represent face of public opinion. Day after dnj a upc hfivC b Wel s Nirve and lliain Tientincnt, a r llyttrna, wo sec mi u voting on questions present Ilcidaihe, Nrrtnu 1't.Mtation Ht NcuialKia. nnd finest lilier ami a character of such faculty scorned to have been guided by hero tho groat nowrpapors of the land. iaii.ed by abohul would sooner take tho judgment of od for their consideration, acting not cir inbaicp, WaVenilne.Meni it Deprcitmn. force nnd elevatnm ns to challengo the pruriency rather than principle in their Louisvn.it c NasHvinc n. n. il'cay, the orre?iondon.s on the probable out- upon their judgment or their conviction dalh ti Ilr4in, cau'in insanity, emery, lws ! roverenco of the wildest undergraduates reading of Whitman. Premature OM lUirennest, I come of an attempt to pass n certain of what is right, but with solo reference I'nwef in l.iicotrhd i and col-- 1 ei, nml tho most sincere repect of his Dowdon took each imjwrtant quota- bill, on tho nominations to be made by U ihe line for )on, ai lit e.iknet. involuntary l.oniei, what tho tKipular opinion is m their all I leagues among t. to fellows and profess- tion made by his adversaries, showed it's i cau.pd by of brain. Self the great T.olitical jKirties, or anything districts. It is almo-- t pitiful to see a Abu-- nrr liiilulKL-ncA monih'i Ireatincnt ors. relation to tho context and explained the of that sort in which information ami man of soifo inid experience, of goivl Jt, l Inr $ by mail We gaaranio ill IhiiiiIo Tho Mermaid club met onco in two bearing of the entire passage or poem Make cute l.ieh order for i bnae wtih$vrill stud innitetiorif al weeks at the college rooms or private upon Whitman's leading ideas of de- discernment :we requisite to the making judgment and-- wide knowledge, sitting written iciiarantic l lefuixl t nut cured K I'erni), IlrvifCiti and LOUISVILLE Aud CINCINNATI vncd nlv y of it good estimate, than the judgment here a mere lave to the caprice or no- ole residence of somo member in rotation, mocracy and optimism. With groat env7 ir aient, Stanford, Ky Tor all pmntt nnd during term wo held one or two( thusiasm he brushed away tho cobweb of all the s nafors or all tho members of tions of his constituents. TiiRdUc.H tiCKirrs sm ti house, or lstii combined. will tell Tnko tho silver bill which 1 havo men meetings at the house of Mr. Dowden. fancies of mere prettiness nnd jingle IIA(.(.A(;ii CIII t KhU riiutiucn you wh. When a senator or a tioned, for example. I etonally know Upon one of the lntter occasions I hap- which' up a great part of so called make lor any Infarmaneri raoulrc cf wants to inquire about some- of nt least twenty men who voted on pened to see upon the library table a poetry to the V. L AifDl, detriment of wide views thing Ik- limits up a newspaper Or that bill. Mime for it and some against Stanford, Ky. paper covered volume of Walt Whit- and sound sentiment. W IT.NN.Trav. l'a Exporieuee has taught him it, who would have reversed their votes man's "Leaves of Grass," a book which Junvilnn City, K Ho had innch to say, magazine wherv to urn fm- - trustworthy informa- had tin y dared to express their honest for some time had been attracting con- poetry, of what Professor of Huxley calls tion.' Of cour--o the correspondents are convictions. Of course their exeu-- o js siderable attention among university 1AKK rill catcrwauliug school," and constantly asking the statesmen for that they aro representatives and not men and in literary circles of the Irish the of the lung dallying with mistiness in news. tisi. and thus we liavo hero an free agents; that it is their duty to tut capital. tine phrases and classical allusions. He s of reciprocity in the a a majority or their constituents would MILEi Mr. Dowden, whose word was law then sihiko of tho "mortal raco of men" spre..d cf it.. i !:., me. But theto is a have them and not to express their own npon such matters, had receutlv deliv zkSTiSV:' 'a ?&?7Z-ro between what tho Kdiefs. They argue that tho house of , o5- pm.TaLsrm 1 ered a lecture upon Walt Whitman, and nnd of tho mighty perturbations of uiark.tbh' dlf.'-:ie- e t W& ...... ' kvvr ami wlw.t the seriles representatives was created and organ i young men, who remembered Longfel- society, which seem necessary for the .1.4 of humanity's claims; o4" know ined with this in iew; that it was in-- i low's advice about "ever seeking some, the leformation, tiie The fir--t s;c.:;i',idj v "ino things the haltended to be a letlex of the opinions and j thing new" professed enthusiasm on tho tho crusule-French revolution nnd the civil war in ation in whiin tbey r.rw dhr.i-tltho4S))le rather than a pl.ici desms of ina subject of tl.is new evangel. Disciples tho United States. Reviewing tho refor men to exerci-- o their judgment Iwintv nn'cHi e 'Hurlrn 10 the ii)Htks of their iarticul.ir of tho westcn teacher were known as MNI T. ho tho last f the cut :try nad so on better This view of the duty of n congressman "Waltwhiiniani.ics," and on tho well sults ofthe growthgreat commotion new of new desires, traced - iUi . think, by a majority of tho thaii tofellows: but' their gn-pr:,-I is held. established principle that martyrs' blood demands, new tendencies and new attiis iun"h more bmit.sl member;, of tho house, and this is ono of ir:fimi.it-is tho seed of tho church, our organizaChlc,Hull oui, The tho many reasons why I should infinite- St. IDeirml, Mtthigan through snirering. Wo tudes toward life and death, and all in- timu th:t of !0 tion Clcvrlaud, subje ts of human thought or li..lianatiBllt and the Writ. liitt'-know iilxijt nil that nil of the ly prefer a tsat in the press gallery to met contempt with scorn and greeted terest. Ho regatded Walt Whitman n L ariaila. .sr 8t,itfMiioi k..w. Their lufonnatiou is ono on the floor. A Republican may criticism with tho retort that "Father the mot profitable and original inter- encVi iiipeitic. They know the siMiate as ropn-e- nt r, a Democratic or i Walt" was alovo criticism. preter of. the new, age, and declared that well ..s the iou uf rpnm.itives, who Democrat a Republican paper, with ..Aid M'hiladalphia Tho fact of tho matter i nun mini .. Haltimnte. .... .. , Wht.fc,lou. ""u what much less sacrtflto of self resjiect and ' (iinikf l t mc ir II ifiod.burt. Frankfurt Sy wrote CongreNtmuu Hliink's-jH-ecV , lli l"'""' , of us did not understand what Whit. Short'! and RKl.tr. nit, MKlilMA suusneii wiui toe lairs aim hilts oi wax doue in i. to lust executive vMsion. wrenching of Ins const ieuco than is re- --man was "driving at," and tho small Jjui.nl line la Euro'ie any moro in poetry than iu what this or that leader of his party is quirtsl to tcpreseut a congressional dis-- ' movement vith which wo were Vr.Uruleil Muflfl (.at. ircl arl aiMl Parlor Can on all itun. may havo been merely a revolt politics; that the jinglings of Alexander working for ud how ho intends to ac- trict in the house. Pope's moral platitudes aio as much out compli h it. the political drift by state-- , No Hanc of f ar, t.et a, connnialatxnt, qui Once in n while some statesman against tho satiety of trate ami Iiivhi ralr.. itb tlito' SOI It at the whole corps of cor out ihaace VI Sllltt H TRAINS in a literature .which was being domi- of dato under existing conditions in tho coterie, sections of country, tho country r infoi nana adlrm via Llialtan oca, UnmiiiRbaM, Mrii United States as the successful interfer- as ii whole, who are iu favor of a given rosjKiiidentH and starts out to "got even' rn ionic iui wi IAS IIAKKI'.K, k. nated by Tennyson and debauched by ence of a Vatican pope with the establan milin? ilirtrl tonneciion Iilld (i CRfSH, I l I.. mille hill and who aro not. and x thousand with the pnMi gallery. A number of vllle, Ahrv.l!, I tni hi urj: and oiul ill the As we had vaguo ideas Swinburne. lished principles of American institu- other tiling-- . The-- e men make it the iKild men hive tried this little thing, that Victor Hugo's romanticism had business of their lives to know things; and they havo always failed. In a conliroken through the traditions of French ' tions. When his remarks upon Whitman's they spend all their time hunting for test U'twecn statesmen and scribes the At Lhaltaiifx r U r Atlanta. Columbui, Wnmili dr;.m.i, so wo believed that Sc classical erlind (to J lonisvilk M.non. n. Ausu'ta, Whitman's lealism furnished n new own methods wore concluded, Dowdon facts. They are trained to tho work, latter invariably stand together, and in- ton, Cbarlet ike tuy I hoinavilleaiidsaanna, I'J.URI llrnntock, L link in tho chain of worldwide ioetie called atten :on to the critics who hml their scout is sharpened by necessity, variably get the best of their adversary. UA point. K. R. I he only line runnirit- - olnt ualni with Double lailf sc;.rJur( development. At all events the unin- just spoken in something like the follow- thev havo splendid opiiortuuith's and Colonel Sterett, of Texas, the, Is'st story . .1 ruiiraan iiotiooir or i.i.it ixtryiu : :.. .1. . - .... II ..... 1. . Ktleit DrcrnO tr ,c. they help one another. Why shouldn't ...II " " !.. telligible is always magnificent to youth- ing terms: "is iiiiiiiiii uy.ntinc wilbout channe lor aay cU 01 pa- '"" "In estimating the value of a criti- they bo the bent informed men iu Wash- wav of the fate of the stat. ful and aspiring "souls," and according fttttoriKiLt anl Ui liol'Mi. llaiitvillc. Dcctlur 1111111 who .stuns ottt to get ahead of the Sclma and ly wo had faitli in Whitman for the! cism, particularly uiwn such iin'rortniit ington? l.oalivillc I 5 pm i..j,, kcl Arkansas Selma, Mo- I.ve Manlcnl " subjects as tho-- o with which Walt WhitNowspajMjr men know Annular., what is lo la a Sbotl'it and ijiik Kinio reason that other good Christians ORAn. Milillehoro at M bile Dncrl conneiliorn made ai is not unnatural to make likely to happen iu the senate or house man deal", it Lvr. MiddlrtU3ru.. believe in the thirty-nin- e articles. "When I .see a jilaiti, ordinary MMintor LKANS wttliout oumlbu. tianOr. lor a l p ; n am Arr. umbfilJiiJ I'.ap nipm 11 iu Houtton, Aiutm, Anxious then for Mr. Dowden's opin- some inquiries into the character and than the statesmen themselves. Tho or rojnee:itafivoi on tho niinjwige " llamiltun pnac. a m J each different critic. Some latter havo it narrow view, confined to !" ion, I ventuii.ti to say, upon tho occasion capacity of to do tip the priin nailery," nays "' Arthur a pro 14 a m TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. I of the gentlemen who have spoken to- their partietihir friends, tho line of leg- Colonel Sterett, "I am reminded of the Kivcr pm J J6 a in mentioned, "Mr. Dowden, do you regard tn la.fitrlt night havo been my acquaintances or islation emanating from their commit- nintnier in which a friend of mine m The only through line to Jakon and Viclburj. j J P m II 11 j in Walt Whitman as au educated man?" I.ttne dlrrvt . They are all tees. Tho view of the scrilie is as from Tevas whirod John L. Sullivan. His Mi. Shrrvcpcrt La., makingDallaa. conncctloni " Clmrh MuMiuaiu, JP ni Jja ai p Kixr "Walt lias probably friends for many year-"Well." ho Kort Worrh. omiiibu. lraii(cr li.t ' Oakman I jo put a ai a at honorable men. and in their own special a bird's eye. He ees it all, and ho is name was Marks Al Alark.s, a cot- wilbout San Antonia, hi I'awj and point in Auoid. not had what is called 'the advantage of ' Wathbtirn u m lainn ' IVwder Sprilla . in (Salveston one of the 4 o pmi a university education.' His father did callings speak with authority. They gifted with theisjwerof generalization. ton i a in " I.unrtll understand tho technicalities of com- A curious incident of this was nil'otded htron;,'ei men and vainest lighters in TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. opml e 40 a m H. not spend as much money in haJng him Corrytsn 4 51 pm' ii iv a m and Iu ' .Malbliorftlir t curreit taught to write bad Latin and worse) mon law, equity, horses, billiards choice iu the recent struggle over tho Ilhuid Te.aK. Sullivan came down there nn a For thruueh ralet Ajeut al counly mapCHv, Ky jttr pm iuujim Junction Heverly . ... inlermalioucallon wines, foreign cigars t piti iiiitaw S IKITII. ureeif verses as our latners nave spent They are capable ot and 'good society. silver bill. Tho leaders on tho opposing tour and offeied .00 to any man who oraddtr.. ' K A u lumliwu J a m J li lin, 10 with in- sides did not have as accurate au idea of would tainl 111 front of him with gloves Tiav l'at ArI , Jsnrllon City.Ky npon us, but there are a great many imKnonlllr w "LS-PJn,,, t t. hliWARDS. Ii. Mil IKK, telligence the niceties of ancient and tho situation ami their own strength as three rounds. .Marks accented the chalN"OIITlf IIOl'N'jr portant things in tho world bes.de clasd T T A , Iraib. Vancr , ve X nuivillr C'intitnar sical languages and the higher mathe- modern literature, including French the newspaper men had. While the lenge. After the ooilte.st, two weeks Arr K. A I) Jui.imn. ... Itlnm u p in matics, and Walt Whitman knows more novels and dramas adapted from the antisilvor loaders were giving up the after it, I interviewed .Markn, iuhI tln " lteerly a ji a ru; o le p hi tight and acknowledging that they would is the way ho told his story: ' Mabnc villi m y 14 things than you or 1 do. In same. nliout such .u p sl walkerl " Currylim a m ti i'i p in "They can it at the windows of the bo beaten bv thirty or forty uuijnritv, tho up to tho Mai;o ieoie cheered me, and Ihe largest, widest sense ho - a thorI.utlrrll u to a mi o i p m aw that tho vote was I felt litem titi.iul. I was noinn to init I'owilrr Spring oughly well educated mini, and, as the University or Kildare Street club- -, and IJ in 7 w p in ' Wathbum ... t 10 a m 7 ae p m jwrhaps not ten my hands iiiapiiiist tlioreat Sullivan with mathematical accuracy point out going lo be very elo-rxKneut of a world embracing democ" Oakman . ... mi O a ni 7 4jf P m j Clinch kltrr racy, ho opens our hearts and minds to the merits ami defects of a woman or a majority either way. Von will renioiti-Iw- r felt mi iv could whip him. JJtit when "lILt'BGUASS KOUTK." wilam 1 47 pw I. one .Meuatiiiu. .. .1 i4l a m 7 JVPt" horse. In private life 1 havo no doubt tho flr-- t or test vote came out a that got into the rinn and dohn L. htoinl in The Shortest Rtttl Qutckent Route from j greater possibilities for tho whole hu'laarwrHI II ui a in I 11 i n man raco limn any writer in capable of that they are tho best of good fellows.; dead tie. front of me he appeared to lie a heap Central KonUickv to alt polntn North I'aorll lletr ts a m 8 J6 p Arthur During this roll call, which was one hijwr than he had looked from myseat. 11 tS They are tho fortunate of tho earth and doing who works within the prescribed 4a m rl 54 p ni Fft EftBt, Webt ftiid Houth-WerHamillen Springs .. ... 11 4I a P ni have fairly 'touched the Happy of the most sensational ballots wo havo Hut the 'H'oplo cheeicd me and I deterClnctu literary ftriiiulas. t'Hinberlalid (lap Line between IaOxlnton and It a ni 8 57 p .Mbldicabdro But wo havo not heard that they have ever had in the boue, was much inter- mined to astotii-- h him riht from tho tmtl. It'll 9 11 p in .. I) "The ideas upon which much of our I TO MID MIJdlMbent J" p in a voice on behalf of any ested in watching a certain iiewspaKr jump. So utter we had .shaken hands I TIIKOn.inRMN'-CINCIVVApoetry rests have been few in nuuilxT, ever rai-e- d Arr. Sianfanl .. ji a in and Jhl.I.ICO ' Unlvltl movement which tends to the ameliora-- ' man who sat beside mo with a tally let him IntVe a ihhI one light iu the 7 oi a practically exclusive, and now worn K IN KKIKCT NOV n, iSol StllKt'Dl almost threadbare. Whitman adds enor lion of that large portion of the human sheet in his hand. When a man votid jaw. Sullivan lis iked at mo in a For any Information a lit rautoi, ran, etc apply I.. mously to the number and magnitude of raco which - mi profoiiudlv unfortunate vea he made a mark at the loft of his No Iv No. mrt of way, and I waw that I had W A lit , Unrip, ("iriili'am AKl tln-- e who voted nav were Ids heart broken. Said I to liryndf, this poetical subjects. He has gone into tho ,,1( - fm' awa .v 1'01" a'.v happy prospect name, and Daily' K Sun. IN Sun Kniiwillt, lenn iu this world checked ut tho riht. As the roll call man has met his nuiteh at hist, aud lie coal miin, tho canal boat, a m t (10 p i tP m I.ve Cincinnati .. d m "They havo douo nothing to mitigate proceeded, the pencil of my friend pre- knows it. Me is afraid of me. S den.s in tenement on tho luck i oi p m J Covington... 8 iS of tho liieinb'l's on giuc him some more hard knocks. John I.ve Kalmoulh.... 0 n m l IK in o M P , ceded the roiqion-e- s 1, e streets of groat cities; into jail-- , alms- the misery of tho hungry, the hou-el- e P n is 1 in It ij p A: houses, churche-- , hospitals and the depraved and abandoned of the the floor below. Ho cheeked tho names L. cm,1;c1 at me almost apalini,'ly. Arr I'aru J it ni ij t p in1 I a' P ,s I.exniRtini. Tho.--e gentlemen live, and their lx'fore the weie uttered, and Mo i nod to Mop my blows, hut he Arr Tan. ro and moving freely among all world. a in I.e wa- - lie compelled Jo t n p ... classes of the worlU's toilers ho has ob- predece. ors of tho same temperament iu i.nly tivo Said I to Arr Wincheter. it to p IH was idiw and clumsy. "P jj p ni Arr Hicliinnlid lived and died, apparently uncon- - to change Ins marks, in otner wonls, served the dignity and worth and noble have "Marks, you aro a made Arr l.antailer. .. 4 4J m tho-- o WW men, saving ao p lHissibilities of human character, even scions of, or indifferent to, the hard lot he knew how all man. You'll whip this fellow ohm. Arr SUnfntd.. :!: Oeta.tMlc A (tlno Km lc under sordid and iiequeutly tragic con- of tho poor and tho oppi ed. W do five, would vote; and he could havo sat He is m slow with his paw.s that iTve Kichmond .. ') IJ P "i p Arr l.ivinKtnn, ilit ions. not blame them for this callous indili'er- - down betuio tile toll call was begun and you can batter him all to piece-.- " Philadelphia . Arr Middte.hiiru 7 u v"iizz:s"j and prob-abl- made up a tally sheet with thi- - remarkHut wouldn't made up iny mind Baltimore, New York, No. 6. of tin ence. They are so "He has felt keenly this v No. 4." No. j, (lid I'oilit and the Seaaluiroand all Katteru Citici. North- Hound. would not wish to be otherwise. able accuracy. Thoie wasn't a lueiulicr knock him out till near tho end of the human race, and to tho be-- t of hisahilitv Kv. Sun Imly. '.. Sun. has offered leinedios, but his most of-- But wo do blamo them when they on the floor, not even a leader for or third round I didn't want to rob tho IN l.KKKCT NOV. 15, 11. I.ve jult a great writer and thinker who' agaiat the bill, who had anything like people of their sort. At the olid of the I.ve Middleaburo t jIJ aa m SEP ' fectivo one is his con-taand strong x I.ivmtilon Fa at I.iinit'di'Arcom, Acco?. they so clear au idea a.s this of what tho re- round I asked Sullivan how lie was ,' views life with clearer than " iu the destiny expression of Arr KichinuiiiL i 41 am Kx KAST HOI NO. Mail Daily Daily and ho looked kind o' cared Lve Stanford .. ; iw a ral s all w'a dares to hold out sult was going to be. of tho race, as indicated by confidence 1,,!- Daily IJally.'r.x. Sii Km, 7 o a in iu Wash- aud wild only 'olcrahlo. Iu the eeoud Lve l.ancaler brighter for the millions. I.ve I.exiiiKton... p'11 40 a J iu the progress of America, iu tho rower 3$ a 6 o Richmond. jno n a no """l Wmchoter "These excellent judges of good wines ington havo nothing to do but watch round I gave him several more hard ones Arr Kicliiiiuiid. oj jj o a h 45 i:W 10 pi 7 jop of human reason and effort to remove I.ve S J4 Ml. Slcilin,,. u 41 p nil 6 05 am p 45 ,, 7 ii hor-thou, are tho gentlemen what is going on. study the men who and ho continued to ; scared. I Arr Winchester p in 6 JJ a m, , and implicit belief in! u,m iil prevailing . ...1 ii p in! 7 45 a in Anhland ,".'" Arr Cailettburi:, II IO pio 07 pi I'"'''ni .. 40 i ii'i ii'iuiii tt i;iiirniiiii the wisdom of the scheme upon which .iiif. ijiiiiitur inw.i.w.. iv 1111 ..in., ui ....... - are making laws ami controlling polit- said to myself it was ridiculous for Arr l'arn " J yt u. 2 00 p ni 7 uo I.ve I.eiiuKton H p, in 3 45 p m ranee, indecency, a.s the chamand the rest ic-, conver-.- t with senator-- , repnenta-tive- s thi" man to be " IlnniinKtoii .. It so Pi"" 47 P. 9 J a litis universe was conceived and devela lit m "! 7 SJ I.ve I'aru J7 P J P " Wailiinclon and all sorts and conditions of men pion of tho world, and determined I.ve Kalmnulh.. 4 01 p m 9 ai in, Sjopm 2 of it. They denounce him for a plain, Pi in oped. ' Chiiadclplila.. nt Ji 47 5 So pi.. 5 IJ P m iu 54 of infor- that in the next round I'd put an end to A" CovmKton '" 0 M P word-- , he is a democrat iu healthy statement of fact, which, when who aro likely lo bo jiiKsos-e- d "Iu other 8 t )., i mln 00 injfa 4j p iu Arr New York .... Cincinnati Arr t ... - l ij Aluint tint mill. will do much to mation, and give to their papers the re- In.. i1i.tifil t.fnt .tiio.iiik tho old sense. lie believes that tho sup- thoroughly iinder-tooI'aro ai WKSTUOUNIJ On lIicAlayillc llranch, No io.leave ',' -t and inquirie-- . die ol the tlinl round, Jtl- asl Wilsget-.1 j ss, a m arid No. Daily pression of the i'ojilo must give place establi-- h true decency and morality iu sult of their at 6 ij. i in, arriving at No. Mayilleat k, l, to fieedoiu for their fullest develop- place of the sham articles which now so A good deal is said about tho unreli- ting ready to do Sllllivail lip, I saw all- - leave .Maysvillc,.,a m,3 and 3 to, p m. I'aru al !.c liunlinstvii..1 o on a in, airivin; 3 IS 4J P. ment; and he is an optimist who trusts frequently prevail. Wo have en tho ability of tho press. A largo class of other sort or look COIIIO into his Ojes. 740,ain No alleavet .M.iyaville atat 50 and " 0 aj 34 7 14 IJI 6 Ahland appear tj think it smart to say lie looked like snllie Wild allillllll. In.arriveiat I'aru at 10, p in. Theie train are against Whitman, now let S to natural forces for a millennium which men who are J "'Su.1 K. .....1 ..w .......v i... ,., ... lias been conceived in America, and us see those who are for him." Dowden to themselves anil to one another, "If ti... .,.. .. ....... 1... ...Mi..i.t .... ini.i..r 11... a"y I, dally in nypoint except Ml. Slerlint .. .ill 10 tj 6 aj I 1) ij0 J 08 " Wincht'tler.. 11 is isilaily eacept Sunday. it in a newspajH-- r it isn't so." left i:iw Willi his i cj and lifted me no' Inn. w which can only he realized on the lines thou read the names of poets, literary ' you . .. ........... -- " .. Arr l.exiniiioit '1105 Ii as a J5 lP 7 "5 11. 1. JO 45 """""u laid down under the favorable condi- men, journalists and critics whom ho' lint let mo toll them that I donowknow from the tl..or till my toes haioly Kic"Pt Suli,i"y" " Loulnvllle.. j jj JU 7 an P I" Jia for the pre- - iu Wash- toiU'hed. aVt this illstimt Ilia terrihloj Nil. i iui daily. tions which have prevailed iu that coun- considered comiietont to judge the aluo a Nn rum daily from all utation racept Ihe l.ifr fiuirlif llie Oil til" itllini slite nf III) try for the first time in the world's his- of Whitman's work. Coupled with each ington, and I know them all, who Ui i.lail eatept Sunday Kowj, iilvlfctI, Sunday. he read a sentence or paragraph of its uticiilar to lw accurate and trust- face, and' 111 have to tllllsll tllOl tory. Such opinions are of tho gravest name Limited Vcitibulid Train run dally in ounce No 6 daily eaccpt , worthy in what ho wrife.s that is, as utnrv " iintiiiiiinl Sti.rett. Tin .IIurL-tiou villi ChriupcAe A Ulu "I". K. V.'1 lu Newvniumi. ... ...... ..rauijjiu.t " tiany import to a community who-- e best prai-i- ) for tho American poet, mid iu con-Vork :, Kxcent Suud.ivi. : . . .. ..;'.: accurate as jiossible, for tho ideal is niuui Kiiov iiiuc-poetry is jienetratod with the sadness of elusion he aid: Kutt Mall Traint run dally and mate local stop aiHiiii me siidm No Mi I'aru ami I.etlnntun Accommodation d.ii ly. Leaves l.eainixtnn 1000 a. Arrhr 1'arit hetwtt'ii l.exiuctnu and lliintiiiKlnn. would 1st werehe (pit ut pixMts'diii'Cs.- - When he hail rai-e- d "Among tho-- e who are for us in be- ileverattaiuablo-ashexistence and the futility of human Iliur.i. lii and Moiebead A.cuiiiiuolattoiit a in 10:45 aims, and whose general literature is half of Walt Whitman aro Emerson, a lawyer making up his evidence or writ- his man olear of tho door, just ah a run daily. No 7 Kalmoulh Accommodation; le.nr I.exiiiMon one long glorification of wealth, social Longfellow, Tenriyson, Browning and ing out his brief. phi) or lifts the hall preparatory to except bund.iy. Arrive lalnioiitli 7 oj p m daily Ml. SlrriniK and Mnreliead and Lexington and Aicnminudaitniit run daily exci'pt The ono struggle in which wo are all a kick, he hit poor .Marks a crack which Nil. 8 l.fjM-- Kalmoulh 6 no a ni. Arnica the Itosettis among poets, along witli a position or military power." Sunday ho-- t Sunday. of those whose names aro engaged is to get f.icts and to re tort knocked him over tho ropes and down 'lliruueh Mcvpini; Can tc and from Wuthinctoo 7 J5 . m dally except Shortly after this meeting of the whole at wmcliester for nd Ni'w urk miiIiouI chaiiKC. No. and "ilennaid club" Mr. Dowden was chal- synonyms for all that is great and lion- - them pleasautly, concisely, faithfully. into the orchestra, where two chairs and pulmaon theiin.iko connectionK'y, E. I). N. N. A M. V. Cincinnati to I'or full Infoi (nation in regard to rates, rinitea, lenged by certain people prominent in ored, pure, dignified and of good repute. The representatives of tho press at this three violins were hroken and where No. t came through car fromGap and Ac , apply to any all of this or cnnnfctiog linei Middletborouuli and Cumberland capital are not sensation mongers, they Marks was picked up iincon-cionSulliterary and art circles to defend in a in contemporary literature." aud runt daily, or tp C L. BROWN. Dowden's seech utterly discomfited are not even partisans, except in a mild livan thought he had killed the man C. 1'. ATMORE, II. K. HUNTINOfON, S. K. KNOTT, public discussion Whitman's literary V. I'tandti. M., Gen. I'at. Act O. ! A , Trafhc Managnr, the local critics and won over many re--1 degrei-- and under compulsion from their and wunt uud hid hinn-eliu the wingn methods and social views. The ('.cociiil oifice, Louisville, Ky. I.caiiiston, Ky, , employers. Invariably tho correspond- of the thtater." C W. IIAKNKY, S. K.H.MOKSK, Cen'l Pa'c'r Aft., W.S.HARRISON, alt Awgk nrj modest and re- cruits to the little band :f "Waltwhit-G M., Lexington, Ky. T P.A.,Ahland,Ky. HrTice Chamber ot Commerce HuildincC'incinnall H. L. ent of prty papar u broader than his Walticr Wkllman. tiring mas, felt it 1m duty to do battle maniacs," t 111 I'en-ny. 9.-iy- r ' for au absent friend. A great meeting PURVEYORS OF NEWS. paper, and would mako his uewn nnd his $500 REWARD. rf was arranged and largely attended by writings savor loss of political bias if he Wewllluy the aliove reward fnr liy those who regarded Whitman as a litthought his managing editor would Liver Complaint, l)P'l'ia, Mck Meaitichr, nol Coniipallon or CoOiverf we on who wcro anxious WALTER WELLMAN VRITES OF WALK- stand it. It is a rcmarknblo fact that a cure ith Wet' OF erary scavenger, and l.icr I'llli, when ihe compllrd to relievo tho university and polito socigreat inujority of the men who come to ilirrclloni aic Mrictlylliver (ail lowith Tlit-- areING ENCYCLOPEDIAS. purely vpetublrt and alil.icuive complicity with Air. Dow-de- n Wgi-Ubl- NrW NorfolMWestemfUL Schedule Derembcr 6, 1 1X91. KAVK NOItlON DAILY 7n A JAPANESE -- . s, m-- '.', C.UF?1' I . Kad-lor- Klcli-rniin- 51 n. N . A-- Hall-roa- e , e bo-lo- . - 3XTOHTB: "WEST, I 1 , e Iii'-inc- i 1 Swft-enii- i; A-- 1 eitl-e- r Impi-lemy- , ,i Sper-inaturrl- ner-e-ruo- n , Double Dully Trains ' ' Ciiiar-arte- le 1 1 repro-sentnu- o - corre-sHndcu- t. 7 mmi l M A.-fn- i, ?! 94i ffi?5 no Mmj!mffl 13. rirt, .tati-siiHT- -- ki y et'. . r THE WORLDS' FAIR 1 :((AGJtlD9 . pro.-per- ed now.-paiw- New York, Huston, au wmv hl I i.-- "lY.T h. NJESW TOMjEAIS 1 1 super-refineme- nt I j 1 1 VV I 1 ... 1 r corie-jxiiident- K j ,j try-in- ;; ku. ,K' t.wt I 111 - . n- - 1 . I'ovm-I- 1 1 -- lain 4 . . . 1; 1 j . -- . . I . I ' 111 i- -- corre-pondttii- ts -- I o, Kentucky Central R.R., it 1) & - 1 1 1 . 1 1 111 111 ' 11 1 111 I ' TI lJl.t-ltOKO- . . 111 Mir-pris- i- ' I , j South-lloun- "i , mi-erab- le 111, hou-esau- 1 ' 11 ' work-shop- -, 11 111 1 11 Newport News os 11 5 ' j 1 j niy.-el- f: ' Mississippi Valley Co. . . 111 . -' . 11 Ml Washington, mi-er- con-titut- ed v 1 1 - 1 ut , 11 111 hotK-fiilne.-- .s vi-i- on "" I -- . ! pro-pec- ts New-pap- er coriv-potiden- ts -- . ?.; di-t- re e, lik i. 4 1 7 . . 7 .1 11 1 111 I 1111.11-"- oli-cen- ity ix-in- j,' . 1 111 . 1 U d, ' !.', -- ! 11 C.itlt-ttl'tir- I i.. 1 er-oi- is - "p' 1 co u- - 1 1 1 1 1 ... Itna-lan- Dlvit-Inc- h . S y U V.-- ! corre-iiouiU'- ut ' n't i ' nnwi-i-i- t -- . o 111. foot-ha- ll Cincin-natlS'itgp- - ti , 1 ' j r.. act-n- t pro-Jtwso- r, , f I "Vt j r,J. , 2 . BILL NYE AS A HERO. HE HAS THE HEHO BUSINESS DOWN TO A SYSTEM. Krarulni; Dining Itcxiui (ilrla to Orclrr. Tlin Water of Home ft ml Tlmt nfMrilro, M., C'omjV.irccI ('muting tlin Mlmirl. A Would ln Antlmr. ICopyrlclit. IWW, lr Kdwtr W. Njrc.) My bust lot tor wiw written nt Beatrice. Neb., nt a hotel which wiw oii lire, mid a munlicr of crrora havo crept into tho pnM regarding my bravery at thU gnat lire, known n tlio Paddock Hoiwo tiro, I wilt K.iy that I diiLiiotliing at thai timo that wan not my plain duty; nothing that I would not do again. 1 would have lieon Icks than man if had slirnnk from my duty at that timo. wiw ungated in writing, in fact, had just neutcd itiyMclf and loadel up my tdylographic pen with hilling, which I carry with me, and wax just iilsiut to think, preparatory to writing, when the ict 1 1 f ( ''15 wash basin at tho eating works and turned on tho faucet, bnt won had to poko out the water with a stick. At table I iwked for a glasn of water and tho colored man ami brother wont to this naiiio faucet to get my glanti filled. A man in Mexico who had been drinking considerably, and was Raid to liavo hi.s Bkatcs on a groat deal of tho time, told me while I steadied him up against the depot that IiIh only reason for drinking waa that ho had to cut away tho windbars in his Hyatem every few dny or run aground. .Mexico is at the continence of tho Alton branch with the Wabash railroad. Tho branch, as it is called, is a road' which rutiH from Oslar City, opjKiti U'fTertioii City, or .letr, as it is called, to Mexico. In starting from ,?eir wo got on a four horMi 'bu at tho hotel, filling it inside and climbing to the deck ami covering the entire outaido to a depth of four fisjt. We nxlo eomo distance to tho ferry ncrohs the Missouri, sometimes riding on four wheels and then gayly tooling nlong on one, I could feel my lato hair On tho way wo passed the htimblo cot of a colored woman who lives on the corner and who in tho mother of two 1 1 turning graj. k "V sT I'll hi'. OIT A (JIM, TO KAVK. tdirill cry of lire wai wen approaching, and a tiro laddie, in lens tlmn than it takes to tell it, was up my window like a sqtilrnd, playing' tho hono on a bcnuti-fil- l and clnlioruto scarlet embroidered nightio of ininu which hung over tho head of my couch. The statement in tho Nehninka iuHnt cool even at tlrst is that was very kind, hut not Istrue out hy tlie facts. I wa.s not real cod till the hose company had been paying on mo for wnno little time. . l.cgurdiug my heroism in Niving the ;iiit if til dining life of a Mender and room girl, or doughnut lady, will say that the pre, esMvinlly of Omaha and Beatrice, has erred in it euthusiasin and hiuto to do mo a favor altogether out tif proortioif to the act of couragu and heroinin itself always, while Mopping at a hotel, very early decide in my own mind which of tho dining room girls would have in case of lite This do Invariably while I am iHirfcutly cool, knowing that should a tiro break out I might in the wild excitement of tho moment rescue right and left without any or sense. Once rescued a shrouded tiguro in the darkness and uncertainty of night, and when I took her to the light and got three rejKrUrs there to take down what Ihi mk'lit nay by way of thanks, I found when it was too Into that she wm a liW tie colored IxMitblack who could neither read nor write. Tho dining room girl wlunu I rescued at Beatrice wio heavier than had sup- -' anil had not more than half lencued her licfnrii 1 regretted it. However, as reached tho foot of tho first lire ocajto she returned to conscious ness and sprang out of my arms with a cry of horror. I calmed her, however, so that her fears at hint vanished, and with a deep drawn sigh, having already noticed that I was very much out of breath, him took me over her shoulder and carried me to tho foot of tho tiro ( I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Kyether anil Nyether. Kach pasfcngcr had burnt; bright little episode to get off at the of the broad and massive mother, but she took our sallies good naturcdly nml replied with many a little enprit du corps of her own. When we approached the buat we wiw nt once that it was not the City of Now York liven tho novice could detect the little points of difference. 1 can truly say that I never saw a sadder sight in the nautical lino than the.steamer which treads tho dusty road lctwcen .letr and Cedar City. As we approached tho inuil pie which is need art a lauding our driver sounded tho sackbut as a signal for the old colorisl inebriate who acts as crew to lower tho drawbridge. The latter is an old and well gnawed collection of warjssl fenco lxmrds, one corner of which curls up liko tho too of a burned lxot. When the omnibus over this bridge the entire crew has to stand on this corner to hold it down or tho whecLs will not go over, but tho crew had lxn out the night bvforu attending a dinner given by tho Ixurd of trade, think, and he did not have entire control of his laculties. so he neglected to stand on the warjK'd gang plank, and a serious accident was only prevented by gelling olf the 'bus and lifting it on the loat. Tho lsj.it itself is broad nihid.shiw, with no saloon to scak of, though if you are ucitininted with the pilot jou can gut situiethuitf out of his overcoat ncket which will answer every purpM, it is said. The train does not start until this lxj.it no matter when that is, and gets jirn it is very uncettaiu, for tho boat might spring aleak and (ill full of sand in a little while. Then it would lx) very dilbciilt for It to start up atrniti. The crew, as I said, consists of n colored man mimed 1'otiphar 1'. Rawlo, of Callaway county. Ho has lx.eu mar-riiten years, and eight children have blessed their home, so he is told; but as he has lived on the Ixjat all that time, night and day, ho only knows about bis family by rcirt. Lately he ha.s taken to drinking, and talks of establishing a residence at Sioux Falls for the purpo.o of obtaining a divorce. How sad it is, after ten years of wedded happiness, living of course simply but happily, the wife on shore mid the a.s cx-len.- bright dttle twins known writer says. He never wroto anything leforo for publication, being an engine wiper at the roundhouse, but ho can hardly wait for this Ixxik to come out. Ho thinks I am setting it up now and sowing on tho bindings, perhaps, of evenings uftor the children are asleep. This is a mistake. Ary publisher who would liko this manuscript, however, can obtain it by writing me and inclosing ostage, together with a promise to got the Ixxik thoroughly scattered among tho masses prior to tho great national conventions. The author is not a man uf letters, though bo ha.s tcccived quite a numler, ho says, from the division s.ujorintend-cut- , and has attracted some attention in literary circles by having his pay garnished! eighteen times in eighteen months. Ho has a style, ho says, something like that of Laura Jean Libby, but ho doe.s not think so rapidly as she does. ICigbt ounils of manuscript in twenty-fpu- r hours is his highest record, so he says he knows that ho is not so prolific as a writer as Laura is. Hut Mill he thinks with great rapidity, and many uf his quick thoughts, ho says, are just a.s good us any that he has. Hu has thought quite a number of thoughts almost identical with those thought by such men as Tolstoi and Thomas Ilrower Peacock, of Toix;ka, Kan., thus showing that ho can if necessary thjnk as good a thought ns thoso men who have mado a good living by it. Alxrte all, he says that tho book is a timely one, und when an author comes right out and siys that his lxjok is timely yon mint admit it. (would print it for him myself, but tho Little Gem printing j.res which 1 am doing all my publishing with now is in use. I loaned it to a Kau.-a-s man, who is ii"ing it to print a stud book and mark his linen. chnngo for broken candies and tho heel taps of largo public dinncra, is erroncona and ought to lx; exploded Bomowhe.ro on a vacant lot nntaide the city limit. This manuscript is, or will be, ready for tho printer in a fow days, bo tho ' Bab wm tck, wo pare her CArtorla. When she wm a CtnM, she cried for Caotorix When ho became Mis, aho clung to Cajitorl. When the had Chi) 4ren. she cave them Castorl. Wn YOURK I. Ife Oner I on o sold Ihis fine stock. a rewill stand tnv line young horse, Prince, the season of 1BJW, five miles enst of Stanford, on the Stmiford & Preach-ersvil- h pike, xt io to insure colt to get up, walk loiind the marc and suck. No colt, no pu. Prince is n fine, stylish. Id ck st lllon, ! years old this spring and LriJ hmtls high." His sire was nut of a Denmark mare and wns by a Drcnnon horse. His d un was sired by a Drcnnon borne and out of a Whip mare. He is a iiHturnlgalttMl.sidtllehor.se. I will uNo ported, Nothving I PBINpB. Onward Messenger S'tnntlatd Hred by Charles Dunn. !! triiri riiS'Tf . . Jt!n7i-- r ji.-- i in lo f ttlhl. stand ni splendid young jack, n.in viir r'S" FfilEHB' IXaUn Confinrmrnt of Us J'aln, Jlorrur anil Iitsk. iiitfertsih-.i- t iitioii.ilri.iml vonkni-uMrnuril Amsil UAUk. llu., I hi lUoi'lHTltfiicutfeal in ouch casoi. ilrs. Jax i:t:i. IfJl. prfpald. on rs?"!ptof Sent lir erprcvi. ITlce.JI.Wprliottle. i. UtoM'ill.crsmailixl tree AftiTmti)Roni'b(itllrir,'3tolhrr,x lmAorriiMiitijisii. vto co "to A'J'l.AVTA, GA, nv i i ' ?th IOOOI la Pill Ths mnllort, tlia World? O O In Aof rccrulllnsliealtlt THE SECRET Is Ulncovereil i Ho is 7 veins old, about 15 hands high, '2'2-2Ac black with melyno.-c-, line length and Bay liori', heavy mane and tail, with form. Hi' was hired ,v Arch Walker's ize, style and finish mid representing jack and out of my old jennet. lie will some of the be.st trotting families in the j on -- ame terms as the horse. stand at f whole country. .Should make a great clock-hor.sThis junk has given L'O per cent, better Will iiuilte it obort nt our I ever .stood. sHtisfdPtion than nnv stable L'A miles west of Stanford, Call and see him and his colts. Mares bred to either of the-- e and trad- At $10 to Insure a Mare in Foal. ed or renioytd from the neighborhood A l same plare a without satisfying me that that they are forfeits the season grid the not in fo-intmrv I due I lo hold a lien on the cult until the i" son is paid. At $S to Insure. .SILAS ANDEKSON. It 10 J. A. &S.T. HAHUIS. nynoiDOo, j'k SIUKI) HY ONWAHH CIIIKF 1495. Hy Onward 1411, record '2 li'ij, tdro of 41) in '2 30 list, albo 17 iirodncitig miiis nntl 111 producing daughters. dam Lady Me.sscngcr, bv Hutclilu-W- s Chief l'M20; '.'d dam kllzti Jane , (tlnm of .Miitul Messenger '2 10l,Meriti !57) by Gentle Breeze .Hoti, sire of I'eail 2 ft), etc.: ;ld (linn Kitty Rivers, dam of Bertio Olrl L'1.7., by Vbilullalt l.'i.Hire tif Almoin, Ik'Iuioiu, Ac; Jth dam bv Ked.fiicket.sire of the dam of Kentucky Wilkes i21l, Mudison Wilkes .".'.si . grandaai of Iteil Wilkts, 2 17J, Lizzie Wtlke-, lt Ss. 1, Largo Mule Jack, )Jn llTrr arfpctloius sink tmadarho, (y tlatnlenoo, lioartouru, niliuus colic, ornntloiui of tho skin, and all I tronldci of the bowel, tliclr curative etri'ctjtaremarnslous. TtMjraroncnr-.rrctUea- a well as a Rentlo cathartic f Very Btnnll and easy to take. 1'rlcc, Office, 30 it 4 1 rnrk l'lace, Jf. Y. . Tiny Lifer Pills TUTT'S O ADOITIS. Lin-tohi o o SH0 HSHT(i)lE hpvvRiujt p"irtTsE5ioe I'V' DR?PJT ; $& f m 'J pas-se- s JrxSL rn wYt. A'J DfsiMT.il Mramirm, arc V 'i,b l 1 jL y&riOr HEART DISEASE. Statistics mm in ,ra I I yt .I vT"( 'iXii S "V Standard. ' W'll make tho K'non of 1SH2 at my Fualid May '20, IS.). Blood bay,.blnek stable 1) miles from Mllledgeville. legs, mane and tail, Will be full Id hamU county, on the Stanford anil high nt maturity. pike, at Jsired by the incomparable Bed fsiiiir-ie- l. $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt. the grandest saddle ftnlliuu on enrtb, as bis record will bhow His ovrnvrs, the Adonis is a beautiful dark bay with Messrs. Owsley of Burksville, have 15 hands " inches high, foalblack points, olltrof S."i,00() for bim; Mandn at ed August, 18SS, and is u ;raud saddle 311 the season, cash in band, and can not Those who want to breed to a accommodate half bis patrons; sired by horse. hnndsoiuo Kentucky saddle stallion arc Black Squirrel, he bv Black Kugle, by invited to look mine over and fee his ac- King William, hy Washington Denmark, tion and style. by Gaines' Denmark, by the great He was sired by the grand show horse, race horse, Denmark, bv Imp. Hedgeford. Second Jewel, he" by Cunningham's Jew- Bed Kngle's dam Bow Jna Webb Kitssell. el, lie bv Washington Denmark. one of the best walking minimis on earth, His first dam, Minnie, by McDonald's liav ing met and defeated nil the "crack"' Unicorn, walkers of Central Kentucky, including Second dam bv Wells' Crusader, his. stallions and geldings, by Fnnk's Siimp-te- r tirst dam unknown, hut thought to be an Denmark, by Ooddard's Sumpter DenOliver. mark, by Washington Denmark, &c. Mares kept on grass or fed at reasonYou will m(' fiom above that his breedable price-- , but not responsible for acci- ing ii gilt edge in fact, he is a model dents should any occur. general utility horse. Will serve it few F. F.SAN DIIM IE. mures the present season nt my place, Milledgeville, Ky. ie-fu- ed RED EAGLE. 1111 rr 1 At $20 the Season. lor further information and extentled stallion will pedigree, call tin or address Thi well hreil 4 vcar-oh- l make tlie present season at mv farm, at K. D. KF.XNKDY, lb .Morelar.tl. at IIiistoiivilIe, Kv Money due at first service, with privi-lt'iiof free return until colt is gotten. o $8 TO INSURE. Miytler is a handsome hay. 15 J hands high! and is a splendid mover. He was sired bv Paladine, he by ItystlykV 10; dam by See ley s American Stnr.'-'-d tlum by Crab tree l'.ellfonnder. dam, Joette, is by iilnoil Chief 7! U, sire of Fannie Kohiiison LV-'Wood Chief, by Ulooll's Illnck Hawk, dam Miss Duucaii by Scott's Highlander, grandma by Auitits'od dam bv Tbuole-tin- . Illooil Chief sireil Woollev Jim, and Chief, 2:11, Fannie ilobinsoii. J, Hlootl's Illack Hawk ired the diiins of mi Arniiii. ':lili. and Almoiit, and grandani of lielle Ilnistield, Jr., Hani-bletnniSnj-tler's O. 'Ji'-'d2.-Jall-mile 'tf s-- show that one in roun has a weak or diseased Heart. The first sympDp k"V made a ilweadful toms nre short breath, oppression, flutterCh.ippn wow at the tlub yesterday. Ho even ing, faint and hungry spells, pain in side, then smotliing, swollen ankles, dropsy twinl iiijm up a fit;ht. (and death,) for which Dr. Allies' New t'hollx What did they do? Heart Cure is a marvelous remedy. Fine Chaipie The president telegraphed hook on Heart Disease, with wonderful home for his governess and had her re- cures. FREE at druggists, or address Dr. Miles' Medical Co.. Elkhart. Indiana. move him. -- Life. Oiilj Dip Aullior. KorialebyA K JBCIISTQ- - : BOY. ."1 Penny, Stanford. sl t'arleton, tht author of the lleiirt "Princess uf Hrie," stisnl in front of the u ollice of the liostoii .Museiun last Moiidav evenint;. when a middle aged woman ncctcd him in this manner: lm Season 1892. bom mm have heard people say it was." ill" "Oh, yes, several times." "And you teallv think it is a good "1 "Is this a nmI playl" "Have jmi DANVILLE, KY Tiie follow tug stundanbhrcd trotting rates. stallions will make the season at uiv farm risk. two mile .oiith east of D.tuvHIe- n nm King Boy is a dark bay, vears old, 1G hands high and is tin elegant combined horse. He was sired by Horton's bay horse, he by Dr. Herr's Mainbrino King, dam by Steamboat, owned by Chedwell of Virginia. The dam was raWd by Stephen Sampson; 1st dam by Finiik" l?d dam by original .lim Bell; '.) daui by original Denmark, who ran ll! consecutive miles in a rate at New Orleans; 4th dam by Sir Blliott. otb dam by (bay flth dam by Buzzard. and Protiene, '2:18. Will inako the season of lp-- j t my My track has been iinjiioved mid is as farm, the old Win Ball place, live miles good'n iny li track in the coun- from Stanford, try. Will handle and break horses at low Wol-lort- l. Kit-gl- e; ' 'l .l .Mares giacil at ai owner W. S. WIG HAM. Morebmd, Ky At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. At the same place vouinr jack. S-A-IiVi:. 1 will stand my tine play?" ioo-i- I. 1 1 " s S f-'- notii'e recently that King llum)crt of Italy has severely criticised tho Human tire department, and agree with him that it a thorough overhauling. Having seen the Roman fire, department myself, I would say that tho insurance company that would take a rt.sk in Home would deserve to die in want. In the first place, the Human hose is decayed. It would not hold railroad ties or hoop olei. 1 did not get to see Hitmlicrt while I wan there, but I wroto him a well timed note regarding hi tiro department, and in that note 1 .said that if Iim would give less attention to his prrsouul iipienrnne and more to tho question of the Roman tile department; he would make a hit. This winter has proven what said to ' Ik true. wrote a piece also for tho Roman morning paper- - The Roman Candle, it was called a piece which I higneri "Veritas," and in which said it was time to call a halt. The piece was never publirditsl, and 1 hail to leavo ' Home le fore had got my visii out on account of it. There were homo good joints in it too. 1 managed to mildly i oast Huinlwrt in it, and got on two or three good local hits in the piece; then I got it, put into good Italian by the restaurant where I Mopjied while in Home. Thi.s winter Humltert was out to ceo a Roman tire, and the depaitmeul did not icach the scono for uu hour and a half. Over 7,WH),(HKi francs worth of limpet ty was destroyed. One engine lipcd over on tho way to tho lire, and the othurs might a well have itont) mi, for the hone would not bold water even tho course nml impregnable water of Rome 1 1 s 1 ife . ,ij4?i n flfl : MbT" .v. -- y . ' By'i -- vB ill H'Vii -- r f - Tin: TWINS, husband on the wave, to snap the golden coid and to ku forth unfettered, forgetting the huppy past forever. U it not indeed tough; I 1 1 1 The water of Homo is in many respect liko that of .Mexico, .Mo. Wo btopped thcro for lunch not long ago. .Mexico, !Mo., is one of the thriving and thor- -' ouglily pro.ierous towns: of that pros-- 1 tierous and now rapidly growing state. lint tho waters of .Mexico, .My., liko tho hourd bill of a man who ltoardcd at our house onco while engaged in upbuilding j hirf fellow man, (dill remains tiumittlwl. Tho wuter of Mexico taste, woino of t JufTerMMi City, but has u strong flavor uf Callaway county. .Wo wont to the make this letter iiuuo profound and recondite than usual, but other matters seem to crowd out those plans and prevent the work' being so nrondito a I had arranged for. Yesterday I lecetved a condensed story in inanu'ciipt from a man who wishes me to get it published at once, as "it should le isMied at least four weeks the national conventions," he says. Otherwise the conventions will most likely lx bitter disappointments, I judge. Ho says "the lxjok is a timely one, and should have been published two months at;o to tit eople lor the coming national convention." He says this to mo in a tone of reproach which 1 am sure 1 do not deserve. I could not have published the liook, even if had Ikcii at home, uiid had it done by this time. Possibly not by another year even, or may by later than that. 1 hate to have a stiauger hop on mo that way for not publishing hi book nml going out ufterwaid personally to canvass' for it. Few jx'oplo of the great world realize that 1 am engaged in business a business which ocMmite, son of Wagoner, ild dain btv cupies my time and requires my lent 4th daui by Imp. Tnuiby energies. The idea that 1 sit up in a AInHjk Aiplirlnl from the ltrur. $15 to InBuro, largo haymow all day reading rejected "1 don't .suppose," said tho teacher, manuscripts, and then in the evening "that ntiv little lioy here ha.s over seen a f- - Will icrotveat "Mitplt-- ,'' '2 miles nouth that go about from house to housu hh a whale." ' of l.rtiu'uster, from Marcli 13 to duly ,V T. A. ELK IN, professional parlor entertainer, giving "No, sir," came tho answer, "but I've Is'.)-- '. L minister, Kyf readings from my own works in ex- - felt one." Washington Star. (to "-IJ, 'had intended W-loi- e 1 work-a-da- y "Yes, 1 can recointnend it." Unco reeoid 2:2tt. She stepjivd to the lmx otlice and purKrcoril .1. Sixlren hjndshigh. P,jiv .stallion, foahtl lt", Hi hands. S R K 1. Y O TA R K 683. In the meantime chased three seats. Ujiu by I.exiiiKtuu Clnef.fj1 Sired' by Abdullah Mainbrino. the sire of Mr. t'arletnu had stcpieil iimido the !eiieva'. ' l'.M, Hettie .lout's ;' l'.li" joto j iliini tiyManilirmoChciriiler. Itjr Hamblf tonun ; dxm l.ady Mnhope.. theater, and when the woman came Mattie II. I'SA and III otlur. 1st Wrarilani of Kia alom with her two iiiemls she again ilum'Klla Hopkins (the dam of II better Wilke 1 iS'J, unci Stlmiiioiis s ,S. espitsl him. than 'J I'.O), by Oetarooui sire of the dam oll.iirc 2 jo' , Tattler io; ilam VoiuikT Por"Are tliie good eats:'' she inquired. of Wm. Singeilv '2 Ilii; l!tl tlsiu Mollie tia by Miiinl.rino IyChlrf 11; ill ilam by Knel'Uik lim "Well, they nre not the lest in the Wiufrev by A vent's Ahue (the iie of No the .ire of Hro n by is nKo the sire it Volney, (inldiir.itli, wlioinailc lr. g dam Nellie AMen Tatiler. Voltaire's sirv house; but i he are not bad ones, by any in (5. 22shiuI Wm. M'ngeily 'J U . a os:iiril in i8o.iot j9J $26 THE SEASON. means." br Pilot. Jr. "l.oii 'lelltale by Tcllamon, son of Sbdoc, Mred liiiti.in.ipotis 2 i, Kilmer 20. "Will you please show mo where they n S'j and Voltaire j 11049. sjimlcra Indi.iu.xlis,nf Klinmr,ioA, and his Pilnt, AI1S.1I t. 'tuttter, Jr.atut are; oii aie one of the Ushers, are j'ou peitiirnicrs in 3 V Votaiivaic ull Mrcs not;" Chestnut stallion, foaled lss, li; hsiids Jr , ii,irviif Tattler, is well known - Heine um "No, madam; I am only the author of J5iittl by f. F.Chiv 'J IS sire of Clorine uf the uro.ili-s- t linl man' iiresof the av, hi the play." ' ''"'.. Springdny 'j 'Ji slid Conner '2 '.".'1 ilauiclitrr. iiriKluiinc nt Maud S joSi,,J.1.C a hi note and a hut uf others And the thiee women disapjieared like 1st ilmii Ella Hopkins tthediuii of (b'lieva l.exhiictoii Cliii'f sto, iru of l'rimn Jim's ilam. is ml) Warheld by S 1 liv Kennickv Clay M4 ; ilam dissolving lews liehiud tlio hvuvj Mtittie II. ".':! slid Quinine . J a 2!1) by (Vtaroon: I'd dam Mollie Wiu- MamlinnoLliiel 11 IJostoii Herald. (tire "f ilam nf Protiinc .Mnmlirino Ch rtstcr frev bv'Xvent's Mine. a IS Ac by Maii.liriim Chief, dam by ChoriMer SaOTHE SEASON' Ilalill. $15 to Insure a Living Colt. Thee tallioiis will nick with the in.iie Piofessor Kunstler was an old Herof this section and get both thespeetl and man pedagogue, noted for his STAR DENMARK. He and a friend, another stvle from thcin. ."see the stock befoie booking jour mines. sailtlle btallioii old professor, umiI to take a daily walk W SMITH. Danville It lianu lush, three white lovl, Hay horse, together One day. when the walking lifli l '"!' ami lull hue t le ami nc ion was very bad, Professor Kunstler was SIKI.D ti WtaiDFORt) liENMAKK "V Ring William. dam on his wax to the corner at which he , dam ''j l.odilanl's Siimpler und his friend always met. when he enDenmark. lluironjjibreil dama countered a young student whose face site iied bv (ien. Knox '2 HI, tiial 'l, $15 to Insure a Living Colt he recognized dimly, having seen it if the ilam ot the grcHt Moiilntts 'J J(', ttie alkotiave every day tor some weeks in his morn- iieM fastest in the world ing clas. The professor hailed the kv, (the dam of Sire of l.iitlv Mmal '2 wlio was wading through the mud to Moiibnis 'J lU., Iteuhih '' l'.lj. (.'aiueia Twoof whuh .in- noted .n Ihr -t of jennet jacks, Knox linv and will M.Te icnnels al $ lor a jacx colt und ij 2 l!i. Indi'peinleiice get acioss the street. serve lor a "Have vim seen Professor MullerV" ho JUJI). IVnceful '.' '.'it, (Silluetli Kimx L".'i;A insiiifjeiiucl colt Will .Imiother twomares a J10 tu ana liunsci.lt isiie of and the dani of li in ihe list mule jacks as can tic The in tin countrj tine ,.iitul and asked. "Yes, Heir Professor," replied (ien, Washington, she of Poem, " yea villi wnc mart's at tho student, pausing in the midst of a : 'large J P.',1, Preto, veins, '.'l', and a mud puddle to leinove his cap resjM'ct-full$10 to Insure a Living Colt. Hst loo niiiiieioii- - to "the Heir Piofessor Muller is at mid representative Mai. let lw.i inili'K outh nf IllKlom Ule on the iiieutiou the coiner, waiting for ou." "Good," r by liouibon Chief Mori'laii'l and farrcnlcr' Slatii n pike 1st dam leplied Profesor Kunstler, looking ami:, site of Cabnar '.' -- - and the dsius of ably at the lad over his spectacles; "1 Alia ' l!:;j, rulleiton D. Jilt, Piekard 5799. .standard Rule"'. thank j on. juu may Is".seated!" ArgoJtl dam Lilly and others ithnr trial 1 ,. full brothirto Sired bt Itieni by Little Arthur bv Imp tilencoe. "d naut hanci- b loin M.mii ivt dam Kltii: Rene Lilly Hint ley by Mateo. . record . i, ml of the dam of Red W1IL0, 171 A similar t'mire of Trentmrtit. ail dam C'hiihb bv lioiirboii Chief s(; d dam $15 to Insure Clililib, l' si Iiturellie ItltuI um, In IWiinmt Patient What should 1 do when my King Rene (il.nn lltaiidin "; isl dam etc by Mainhrmoof Clnel 11. tcl i.;n, tl.im stomach aehes'r suiscrt i."". i, by llron IturclimaVi- (dam of Fill it. Doctor h AMillah Pilot Pilot, Tom s,aniw 17U.1 '! R"! Patient And what shall 1 do when 'In it Mre f 1$ tliil., lull Uain.Mumon.10 Sired by.Metiopolitan !l7l', ite of the Wilkes clam t.liiefii In be my bend aehes'r : lu ki t. sire ..f Lumi Colliuwood, vents, - -. ami oth- Chlrlii;il dam b) Doctor h. me. Kato Field's Wash-to- dam of Cmrbon Chief jS. lre ot Calmtr it b ers, lie b Ibiiiiblt'loninii Id, dam .id Ptiw.. Chun' 11 . il tin" diuii of Mecca '2 '27 and Clara dam bj Sir Pctur, daw .male ii- bjofl.rey l.icle In.-An nf pH riiiini! and a ru h uilierit of thegieat Dictator and DcMcr reveals the dam s,ot ri rssiirll) Mi il r p. ibiee il.iect ci"( o '2 17; the grainlaiu of I'ljiieetou liiodiiciu: blond, there HiMr. Pom i Hiis .See that fellow? That's '2 In,1 and Euclid 2 :M bv Volunteer, siic t Mamliihn ( Ini irr i a lull Liotlier , ball brother RriiiMiml Ihvsin or nw Jii'i' Rnii the miserable low down sharper who of St. .Milieu '' 111 anil la- scmi t" !" aiiuricia- Me n to Hid Vvilki-- . olnr '2 It He will stand l .' it, ,.i.il.rthi iiijatsc- cheated me m a horse trade. bv Win. Welch, Fttil l dam Lady Welch hrL', at milit of (' fellow? Why, Mr. llaidhead-Th- at siieof Prince Imperial 2"JJ, .leieiuiah know him. He's, a pel feet fool. New 2M, ihe dauis of Peisica '2'2'2 and Counei l"i, half mile, us a vearling u'dihini bv Yoik Weekly. ll! alsoslanJ my Mr I I I I 1 Ouliiinc S. 1x048. stand He is by mi imported Spanish jack, hits a tine body ami large bones. He will 111. At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. A lien will he letaiucd on colts till season money is paid; if mare is patted with season becomes due. 10 ( I.S. I'll lLLll'S, Walnut Flat. 2 Granville Smitli WALLACE DENMARK 55. l'i bunds high. BYSFMI'TF-DF.NM VKK, .IB. a- jxir-tiei- e. !' 1 it 1 U10111 well's Denmark, he by the 'race horse Denmark, he by Imp. Hedgeford. dam Fannie Wallace No. Jilt, by Sir Wal lace, he by Totlbunier's'Sir Wal-lat- Ilebydodtlard's Deninaik. bo by Gaines e, heby Sir Albert (thoiough-bred.- ) aksent-miudcdiif- s. 2 15-- v ! by Virginias idam of Viiginiiis by Tranby, tlioioughlued); he by Ma son's Whip. dam a Whip mate. dam Arthur Sims 3041. 1 $15 the Insurance. LESZEXa :!S inoiitli.s old; BY 1 262. (Seeped-iglee I 1 Four Splendid Jacks, bi5 - In hands high. WAI.I.VCK ."i Is--. v; of Will lace Deninaik .Vi. ) dam Mng!l7. bv idetle bv Villde.x, he by Blood's' Hlaek Havv k.'lie by Old Black Hawk. Vidctto's stdnui by Whip: 2d dam (iallatin; od dam Old Tiger Yinde.Vs 1st ilam by .Miiiiiliiiiui ( hief 11; 21 dam by Old Itav .Messengei; "d dam by Di:.MBK,"i I.ady-rlbu- ('allium s :!-- -- li INGEI.OW 14.-. 2 ilam .Julia Wnltticc, Whip. C - !! I 1111111 bv ToilhiinterV r Wallace, he by sir Mbeii ithoioiighbietD. I'ani by Yiririuitis, he bv Mason's Whip dam u Wliip 111111 . bv Mr Wallnee.be n : ibnt-iimd- y) Wyandotte i al-- 5526. '.'1 1 1 $15 the Insurance. - id TOM ROBINSON, Nin nf Wallare Denmark above; 1st dam by Millers Denmark, he bv the nice horse Denmark; his dam ! loii.cl: 2d dam bv Montgomery's Oliver; :id dam by old Dieniiou. Tom - a line shaped horse, black with heavy mane and tail, bunds high. naliirnl si,ddler nml will warrant lit 11 a addle bleeder. i1 Hc-i- l n Main-brm- n , I ,cdi-are- c- I i " ia -- I 1 1 Wag'-one- r. Ten Hollars to Insure. I'rP IMPORTEDJACK, cae $8 the Insurance. Stock committed to my care and breeding will icceivo my personal intention, (iiiiss furnished at reasonable rates, to he paid foi be fort icniovnl of stock. Xo for accidents or escape- Parting with stock fotfeits iiiuraiice. i 1 At S?8 to lUHuro. if the mare i parted with then-.lio- n due and eclle table. A lien i retained un all eoltH fur cvice Ire Ill all J. K. BAUQHMAN. J. STEELE CARPENTER. (1 1 1 3 llustouville, Ky Ky. t U f,- m" . VI ti W Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Ait.ii. l."i, Staxfoud, Ky 1S02 W. P. WALTON. Tiikhk seems to bo n present possibili-- " iy th.it not only Judg Morrow, but every circuit jiulgp now in ollieo in tlio State, will hold out, without until November, 1S97. This will n restilf, if at all, by reason of tbo in the Legisof the lature with tbo report of the joint judicial committee. The condeclares that no bill passed by stitution tbo Legislature shall become a lii'V until the expiration of three months after ail journinent, tiulcss the Legislature itself shall declare that an emergency exists for its becoming a law sootier. The "kickers." headed by IVltit. the renegade, and supported by a few others in the Ilouv) and Senate, who want to be elected circuit judges, and who think-tha- t the whole machinery of the State government should be put in motion only to carve out for them suitable districts these "kicker"' thus headed and supported, declare that they are stiong enough to practically defeat the emergency clause If this is done, there can be no election for circuit judge or Commonwealth attorney this year, and since there can be no other election sooner than November, 1SD7, it results that all circuit judges and Commonwealth's attorneys now in otlice will hold over till the 1st of January, lS'JS. Thus it is that the constitution is to be violated, the will of the peoplo thwarted and monarchical practices introduced into the State, because, and only because, a few Senators and members of' the House districts in which tliuv have failed to could be elected. think they dissatis-fiH'tionfl'ice-seekerg-i- .!... ...n.1 t .... " )'IIH IllilVUIUU n.la given ., practical test at Lockpoit, is its first Tuesday, and it wan unanimonely pro nounced a success. A description of it may he interesting: The booth is constructed of iron and is about seven feet high bv live feet sou.iie.' The ordinary voter docs not require more than from 10 to M seconds to register his ballots for between 13 aud '20 candidates. By the workings of the machine it is absolutely impossible to voto twice or fraudulently. The button opposite any candidate's name being pushed in, is nt onco locked, as are the buttons of other candidates for the sum- otlice. onlv the button be ing pushed registeting. The closing of the exit door unlocks tbo buttons and the booth is ready for the admission of another vofr. After tho closing of the polls only 10 minutes were required to open the back of the machine to announce the results and register the total number of votes tor each of fie (51 candidates, a process that under tho usual register of counting ballots requires at least three hour. fTV... . IHL M. .UJt'K - j Two men grabbed tho mnil pouch thrown off tho train nt Point Uurnside, Tuesday night, and made oil" with it. A detective has been sent to hunt them down. The House adopted an amendment to the fiscal com t bill, which peimit"! each conntv to vote on whether it srll have commissioners to manage its llscal a flairs or magistrate?, as nt present. A dispatch from Middlesboro says the contract for building the South Bos ton Iron vorks was let to Waggoner & Gorenfio for SIM.OOO. Thie Is the largo gun plant that is moving therefrom IKs- 'f,,, EASTER GLORIES M.JKE The Louisville Store scme 0f ricllCSl Spldulor. El'Cnj article nmth Inil1 illflll iltill ntltOT ll.tnan rl ft fit " "V." '"'"""""' give the""'" values, best life in tho Hooded dis- trictiif Mississinni is now estimated at '.'SO. Almost all of the victims are in- crocs. Overll.OOfl families are homeless and Secretary of War Klkins has ordered :ttX) tents sent to the inn or of Columbus. -- The los of . .. t'' J ":""" "' 111 nVsii OlW store Selling (it J) to .1 ail "'l tlltlf inn ,x 'ttnrtnri ll u"" r" filial" "'"" l ,l" Jf--0 1 1 -- QUOTE THE LOWES And lead ihc Tub Washington correspondents are very short of material when they interview every little whipper snapper from Kentucky, who goes to tho capital, on the political situation in general aud presidential probabilities in particular, or aud wire it to the Courier-Journ- al Times. It is a waste of telegraph tolls and gives everybody that tired feeling. Do uive us a rest, O! .Steal ley and ment iu advance. Soni-niers. A "tory conies from C'iu einnati of a plan by the third pai ly lead ers to capture the "reform" element by nominating Judge Uresham for piesi-denthrow the election into tbo House of Representative, which they propose to control, nrd thus put him' in the White House. It is estimated that "0 negio-- s have been drowned in Loundc county. Miss., by the flood. Six hundred homele-- 4 ne- groes are being fed and sheltered in Col- umbus. Congress will be asked for aid. wild-eyed t, PRICES Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoe and Carpet Business in Stanford, i We, IlltO UOqUS IS 1WW IfirgOl' (111(1i mure COmplCtG 111(111. PVCl'. showing (t, Splendid HtlO Of (ill stljleS Plllhl, SlrlpexVaild PUllds, wll'wlh are g -- oC, lOc U1l(l UlJWavds. rQ luiU(i II iM rCCGlVed wm fa fQr ,J(, UliV s 11116 t Of l IV f . s- - r t . . . Vl rT. SirnS'iZTl MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE G0UNTV - ces i0 We up "" troni oc '? - j.o complete Una of new Gmgluuns, raiigino in pri- - I.KXixMON is putting the big pot in Ui t citizens have arranged numerous entertainments aud tho council has just appropriated $1,000 to assist in the grand feast and frolic being prcpaied for the faithful chronicler of current events. the little one to make tho coming meetMr. T. L Henton, of Nelson count ' ing of the Press Association there one of is now nieht operator here. Charles tho most memorable in its history. Tho Vnnarsdall is doing duty at New Haven. .. i Gentlenien. will find it to their in forest to oa.ll a.ud examine, our new Spring stock of Clothing, J I ats and Furnishing Goods. " Thou ivsON very "frankly and honestly" tells the Washinglm corresthat he pondent of the Courier-Journis not for Mr. Cleveland and the Times suggests that the Mb district will doubtJohn 13. al ' m lh. & less with equal candor aud honesty declare that it is opposed to being misrepresented at the Chicago convention. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. "Mr. Thompson has no especial reason to Clcvejand and no one blames him love The bill to confer police powers on 1SD1. for not doing o, but that is a family couductois ought to heionie a Mr. J. W. Brown, willing from matter with which the democrats of the law . It is badly needed. Haihor.' is verv much elated over, distiict take no interest aud the Mercer . Of the l;'S members of tho General his prospects of realizing a tortune on not county man will liud that thy are city b the disposed to permit him, at their expense, Assembly 74 were absent Monday, and his investments in that The smartest of men may make a great mistake once, but he is not mart who makes tho same mistake another day was frittered away without Gulf. Work of detpening the harbor a personal pique. to gratify I have bought too many good This is my first offense, but the pen- eerthing is the second time The truth a quorum, at the expense of $1,000. is going on rapidly and The mountain Senators succeeded in business like. Here's hoping be will , nlty is the same, They Thk Cncsapeake ifc Ohio has isued a beautifully illuminated folder containing tacking on an amendment to the idiot alue his fondest dreams and return to tluo' bill, throwing their care back on the old Rockcastle to remain. a trap of the Virginia battle-fieldor near which that great and pictuicsque State entirely, but it will not pass. Hon. J. S. Jophn wu at home a few thoionghfaro runs, with a sketch of the The Legislature has already used days since. W. II. Bower, a pnnttr' Virginia campaigns by the distinguished up nearly all the itiOO.OOO refunded tax from Parksville, is herd lor a.short time .soldier and writer, Gen. A. V. Boynton. and is now discus.sing the advisability of to assist on the Signal. Judgo G. W. At my expense, so for the next 30 dajs long and deep nits will be made in all It is a really valuable work and the old raising the tax rate irry considerably. McClnre has Wen quite sick with pneusoldiers, for w horn it is especially inSenafor Breckinridge's bill to pre- monia for some das, but is some better, tended, are bou id to be pleased with it. vent the obstruction of roads by stretch- A letter announces the arrival of W. J. ' TheG. A. R. meets in Washington Sept. ing of wires and other impediments to Xewcouib and M C. Miller at Galyes- JO, and no other road can oiler as many travel, passed the cnate. It makes such tnn "!:iii s.ivs he feels lost Oil .ICCOUUt My jjoods are ftcsh from the manufacturers the latest fabrics and styles. '1 hey art nut old toods to inducements and attractions to the mem- obstruction a felony ami if death is caus- of the absence of hills. '1 he latest styles of Dress Cioods, Spring weights but brand new bers as the famous C. & O. Route. ed by it, the person convicted of the and Keeley numbers three cures iu Rock- - be put on the people "at - castle county and tb"re are hundred ofienae shall be punishwl as other murbeauties. Organdies in black, hgurcs, thecks and stripes, liraiulcnuiirg Cloth, Jk'dkud C ords, Canton Gov. Brown has refused to pardon derers. ephj r (iin.'hams, and such a variety of White Goods was more who need it. The suggestion made Cloth, Novelty Dress Goods, Wench .wul Harper, the man convicted in Madison n committee, by one of the palfents litre that the The never seen of running a gambling house and iiued us the dark lantern conspirators, Jslature p.is a bill allowing the nunag-ha- s f)00 in addition to a year's sentence u figured out 'Ji! judicial districts in iorg 0f the Crab Orchard Institute to ar- the penitentiary. The judge, common- tbe Slate, and hope by the saving of four rest and carrv to their institution all per- wealth's attorney and many others to catch the hayseed vote iu the legisla sous who use too much liquor, would signed the petition chiefly for the rea ture. This distiict is known as the 11th har.llv work until more room is secured And they must go All Shoes must go with the reat. .My .stock of Clothing is simply elegant. Thry ton that they regard the law as a severe Hnd ih composed of Mei err, Boyle, Casey, 'for them. Whole neighborhoods would were bought direct from kastcni manufacturers for the hard cash and there is no middle man's profit to ne and not because they believe he is Garrard ami Lincoln. be depopulated if they draw Iin- closely , pay( alKi ,lou on tQp of this there is a deep cut, which puts them far below Cincinnati w holcsale prices. not guilty. The governor has sworn to Hie redisricting bill as finally sub-- Bn said patient would, tlut is, any uia" f .My cntire stock of goods were bought front the leading manufacturers of the Kast for hard cash discount execute the laws as be finds them aud mitted to the IIouc divides the State who takes a drink, drink too nnieh. pr;ccs, Mr.cntcmbcr the cut is only for 30 days and on account of thr excellent quality of the goods very pioperlyeays that if the one in into "0 judicUl districts. This, the 13th, At Wildie, a station on the Ken- - amj tjl(. UMprccC(jcnted low prices. do not believe they last through the o days, so iomc atoiice too severe tine question is composed of Mercer, Movie, Lincoln tuckyCentr.il, live miles north u Yours Truly, f,rsl choice. ami oct should repeal it. aud Garraid, Casey being put in the llitb nlacp . Tuesdav night, th commodious was burnTin: cause of woman suffrage seems with Adair, Russell, Clinton, Cumbfrlaud ilwellinv of Mrs. John Coffee and Metcalfe. Pulaski, Rockcastle, Wayne ed to the ground. A number of to be advancing backwards. The Iowa abo went up iu smoke. The Legislatnie refused bv a larue unjority and Whitley are to compose the ttth, Madright to vote even in ison, Clark, Powell and Jessamine the roof bad begun falling in before any of t give women the and Leslie, Clay, Jackson, the family were aware of their danger. ,jea Tuealay from the eflects of u co'd school elections, while Massachusetts, Laurel and Knox the '27th. Tiij plan s All the family ebcaped from the burning contractej three lears ago when be went which came near conferring general suf house and were standing around with' .rof tb State iruardt. to llai frage on women 'JO years ago, has, if her , about as good as conlil be dcvis"). ' Momt of the neiuliburs, who bad arrived bin counti. changed j Legislature is an iudex, about One o: the lartrcst and most complete stocks of Men's, Hovs'and NEWSY NOTES. by this time, when it was discovered hfr views entirely on thuiiuesuon the C hildrcn's was son, who The Kentucky Homeopathic Medic that an results in Wyoming have not been such when the other as to stiengthen even the fanatic on the nl Association will meet in Ojeotgetown brought from the house members of the family came out, was subject in his ideas of the practicability Msy f the protestation Louis Harriott wbr hung at Fiec missiiie. Airaiust rt1.jlw.l j of woman sufl'iage ...j.iLiii. ! 1.. .1 iriti, tli., tilt. woman inenuo uio iuui" hold, X. J., for the murder of Kver brought to the ICast m q( the county. Also large and well Tiik republicans ol Wolto county hel.l whom he had robbed. tering ruins to search for her boy. After Highest cash market price paid assorted stock of Custom Made an l Eastern a meeting at Campton and unanimously oemg nimuht In G i ecu count v Joe Nelson killed making a yainsearcn ami for embused Joe M. Kendall, the bf fl ' uflocated and probably Jatally burneil all .nominee, for Congress, but in,t Ndlion for ,mir about thle bead and arms, the cra.nl n nine it will be well enough to watch mother mansged to crawl from the fnri- tlwRH iift beanm; Greeks. Tho (iemo I;or both ladies and gentlunen. Call and examine our .shock before The president has issued his prods-- ' ous flames in an almost i nig conuiiiun. &c, at craUin that district will rind it is better ination declaring the Cheyenne and Am- - A physician was quickly uimm.meu ami purchasing your Spring Goods. to vote their full fctrenggi and trust in nalm reftervMlimiH in Oklubmim mieii he belieVf.S tn woman caiuiui im r. The M. F. ELKLN & CO., the Lord than put confidence in repub- to settlers on the l'Jth inst. remains of the unfortuuHte child were , KY, licans. SS ijt The Virginia .Supreme Court is heai-- i taken ftom the ruins the next moruiflEj ' Tit uofoii the courtesy of Prof. T. M. ing a case in which a real estate firm Mrs. Cotlee and the family are now at Goodkuight we aie in receipt of Capt. tries to get of the lot iu which Mr. Henry Mr.inniin.in's, a brother o Mis C. K. Porter Thompson's report as superinis the grave of Washington's mother. of 140 0irWe J.lAc,ecn I'rin llKNSunfonl. . II.Cb Orchard Eight boys and an instructor of the tendent of public instruction, covering Miller 70 uikr, 4 mil.' Item Mis. Harah J. Powell, mother of the the last four years. It is quite voluinni- - Boston Farm School, at Tompkins' Isous and contains much valuable infor-- . land .were drowned by the overturning' I io.st master at Richmond, dropped dead. T J iiiation, from which we will draw iu a ota sailboat in a squall. Two bovs held Hon. .!. K. Porter, seuior counsel During the year 1892 I shall keep constantly on future issue. until the boat drifted ashore and were for the prosecution in the trial of Gar ou ' btock of L,oIh hand a full and complete saved. field's assassin, Guiteau, and for the de- As a specimen of putting A great deal At Wilhite .Station, Ala, live ne- fense in the Meecher trial, died at Iroy. In ih cororjte Iimiu o Koubnil. ' ia a nut shell, this from the Courier groes tried tistol a ride on an L. ,fc N. X. Y, II I. DAKS1'. Kowland worthy not only of the cake, Jouraal is freight train. One was killed and three Win. Wrightstiue, the last save one bakery as well: "At Limestone were arrested, and thev moved to he the n' the iurv that conuemneu old John but the Daniel Dohart and 'IVvis Patton sat train robbers who had llrown to death, died at .Sbepherdstown, down on a railroad track while drunk i been operating in that vicinity. W. Va , aged M. Patton is too seriously injured to attend j My stock of c.i... i'ouic, &uiiijii-i:uuijWm. II. Hnnis, an ohi gentleman 01 cauu n:. .;... nr 'r.:...i.i..i .......... , rvy., My More t KoaUdiI w. brnkm ill" mi the j " Dehart's funeral." e.l .UOn- - meht l tlic .ytn ami B'u was drunk aud disorderly on.au Indiana Ilia M nv WOOll lie "ibOrhOOi , :ket t,,5iooliilrn,iiucli nxcMliliiE hal.. hot, Tuesday ill the knUM.razoniantl jwrlrjr t will It was 31 years ago Tuesday since the train and when a hrakeman tried to d IV and was .1buried i...l. l,.n. ,;.,!.. of $500 fur the vrren nJ ciinvlctmn sue h rewanl and return nf .n n. ThKuck imod thr hiie mm nil. tine Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of first "hot was fired which inaugurated quiet mm ne urew ins pisioi. in uie gravey aril Oil ine on "l"' ' firmer two bit, "ttjch, nf mic ratchet brace, four years of bloody civil strife. As the sciitlle it was discharged and tho ball farm. incii prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas rlmel, une inc.li, and one tinner cnoei, Price Williams, son of Rev. John The tml are nil old exc'pt tho brace. ) IrishVhool teacher remarked, Tempus striking Divine in tho right'6ide, killed , ISAAC IIAMIL'IO.V. Daiton in charge. A. K.- PKX'NV atV him iu a few seconds. Aug. Williaiiw, of Daughters College, j does fugit mighty fast. p.is-eng- Thk Pennsylvania democrats, iu convention assembled, endorsed Mr. Cleveland in a most emphatic manner, but the delegation, which is composed of Cleveland men, was only instruct! to vote ss a unit. The platform declares for tariff reform, honest money and economical government. vh.it has ben know n as the "Tow n Hill," just east of this place. U known toiistronomeisuud tho geological surveyors as "Mt. MeCall." Dr. Lovell's olilce caught tiro from a spark Wednesday morning and a hole was burned through the roof bet m it was discovered. A little hurried woik s.on put out the flames. Rev. P. J. Hiatt, the Squ'ro Keig-wiof Mt. Vernon, joined Mr. Ham Hull aud Mi-- s Clara Atkinson; Mr. Henry Hibbard and Miss Florida Pitman, in wedlock. This makes H) couples the Rev. Hiatt has joined Miice Sepember.' n Ar-nm- as THE LOUISVILLE. .. STORE v S .Main Street, Stanford. CRJUXSKV, Proprietor. TOO MANY GOODS :, er CUT PRICES 30 DAYS. ( to-b- e n-- s, MUST BE SACRIFICED cot," , j Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, &c. Leg-know- - 1 1 w-'- 1 legi.-datur- e ! JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. i, 0-le- .... JUST RECEIVED, ! eight-year-o- ld I 17-1- S, ' i '"l" - CASH I CLOTMIN 3f9 democrat-lUm.UonS- k .,,.,, I . I ' Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, , S'tAM-OKt)- W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. posi-essio- n HJlt I 1 - i 7or Sal Twenty KulldiiiK - j i much-wante- d $500 REWARD. A. R. PENNY, IDRUGGIST AND;JEWELER jriBK Drugs and Toilet Articles Paints, Oils, Glass, Books, & Stationery. WATCHES, CLOCKS & i- - . I I 111 JEWILRT -1 j ( 'ti , y 'D 4 1 'Semi-Week- . T ClIiCl'lT Cot'itT. Tito caso of FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Saunders for the murder of Judgo K: Glove Kennedy old to Montic Fox bert, was not submitted to the jury till 1 i'. m., Tuehday, after ppeecbip, more or 50 ewes at H."0. Stankoiu), Kv., A riui- A pood many hoes are ehiinginj; lesa able and convincing, had Ikjcu made hands at . to .J.Uj. for the proH'cutiou by W. B. Hansford, I will next week often some grand additions to our tiitady com1'. W. Greun bought of M K. Allen for plete stork. 1 am off for the city to replenish with K. ok H. Don't forget the 1'axton. Warren and Herudon. and Attkntion H.O.WALTON, bub. ManaRor bamarc for 5135. annivj-raarA. A. tlimlefcDTO by Bobbin, J. Mort Both-- ! meeting -- W. II. Traylor boupbt of Mrs. Sid well, Bradley, Millerand John Sam Own-leWairen, Heportur. Jennings a bunch of shouts at :?jc Jr. Tho bpeech of Mr. Hansford MEANS BUSINESS. Tho Meailowthorpe farm of 22J1J SEKiuir OxfunlH in blaekfi, yniyB and was nut near no bitter an He W.u.1. 1'M'F.unnd painti at W. U. vhitt.H. Lart'estuud befet line ever peen conflnud himtelf to the record thU time acie.", near I.exinuton, win sold atS"J70 And will be in shape to meet all dun.uuK at per acie. heie. Sovernneo i Son. wa not and tvhile pretty hevere Esuiiavinu beautifully ami nrtintically Fon S am:, -- A corn plantMr. Both well evidently eo. done Ht A. It. Penny V. AwiiiTKboy uanu'd Henry Mcl.niif A. CamoniFch, er in tood rendition. 15i your books and school supplier of nnK lodged in jail Wnlnoadny for steal- tlionclit he would make about t.ie TuriuTHviHcall kimlH from A It. J'enny. Mine nx'ch h at the September court ing a pistol from a Rowland man. John W. Maitin has sold his farm of Wait and see. e will have all the new things an-- tl )! V shall be I.atidreth Garden Seed?, Im tud prepared hiuifelf to answer it, but 15. Mcltob-urts- '. pupeiHund lit hulk, at He 205 acres in Seott county to Col. . I'. cheap. We have how many lines of joods perfect tiO, will intft in it failed to tit in many instances. I.t.vroi.v Loix.K, No. Pep)ernt $&. Our Clothing and Gents' Furnishings and Gents' and Ladies Shoes jeweirv ttlated commuuiclition Monday nilit, ridiculed Hansford ad libitum and to llAVKvnur watch, dock ami For .Sitlo Fair nice brown mare arc complete. This time A full attendance derired. some extent ad nauseam, without disis repaired "nt A. H. Penny'. All work ISth. matches, broke and ready' mule, Work in the M. M. decree. Ueo. L Ten-- concerting the young man to a great warranted. for Uhe. S. H. Bout. silverware, watche. Kkmemiikk thatall or espiiiully helping his cause. v, W. M. B. F. Kobiuuon, of Garrard, bought ring, Ac, boiisht nt A. 11. Penny e wil. was filled for the most The court-roobe engraved free of chart!!'. tJuTTiNti BkiTKit. For the tlrt-- time of time diirintr the argument, quitu a of voiious parties in this county a lot of Quick Sales and Small Profits is our motto. in the history of Lincoln comity kinee 2 anil :! year-olcattle at 2 to 2fc e. of ladies adding their number We have the finest stock of Ginghams, Henrietta, Satfeen, Gloria PERSONAL POINTS. The horse show at l.exincton Monthe war, a circuit court has been held its After wicfrtllng with the issuelill noon We are still headquarters lull tTin without u felony convittioii. yesterday, the jury finally reported day was the Hne-- t in its history. A full and Silk Parisols ever opened in the city. Mi-visltini! friends at i mk Ei.usi We must bu (jrowint: better. million dollars' worth nf tine animals on Laces, .Embroideries, Lace Curtains, Towels, Napkins and Table UllHtUllvUll'. that there wits no chance for them to was on exhibition. Linens. Mini Makv Hhkk is conllui'tl to her Woou. 100,0t)0 ikiiiiiiIh wanted and at agree and Judge Morrow cow, : Foil Sai.u. Hohtein-Jeise- y We run Xeglige Shirts irom 25c to Si. 50 and White Shirts from 40 was then found that't hey stood loom by uickni'KS. hiuheht cash market price. Will have them. It galcents to Si. 25. six for 21 years, two for 11, one for 10, years old, nice form and will ive 4 Mn. and M m. U.S. WmiKRn went to ajenta at I'amt I.ick, lmcHHter, Lyone for six. one for two and one for lons of rich milk a day. W. W. Our Gents' Ties are the handsomest you have seen. Come and Louisville Tuehday. and HtiHtonville. See them on, Hustonville. nothing. That one was Bcubeti Xailor, " Mn. .1. B. Cook and MN Sue Hector, see us. A T. Nuiuiflley. von M. F. F.I kin bought of Mutt Philips who distinguished himself the lirst day f)i Hiistonville, Here In town Tuesday. , i Yor should our Irish 1'oint Laeef, of the trial by getting drunk and while it heifer at 2J; of Jim Kim: a lot of 1.0CO- Sk., of Hun-inkv. Strothkk Cook, our Torchons. 1'oint de P.iric, French sitting in the jury-bomaking a loon of pound heifers nt.'V and of Jaa. Dtidder-u- r viftitint! bin sister, Mr. Betsy Nevltis. it lot of fat shoals at ojc. 1h Val' , and in fact all family. himself. This ma'ies an average of about the lace Miw. Wii.i. J. Davih, of Danville, In Cincinnati cattle are inactive at AIm) our fouls' nud htdiee' hosiery, l.u-14 yeais, though the others would have visiting her niMcr, Mr. Will Morclmid. gone to cuitains, curtain oil bndex and curtain come to a verditt even for the Fghtpst 3tolJ for best shippers and so on down Mits Amiiia Hoit ban for very common; best lions are in to n- her daughter, Mr.". J. B. poles. J. s. ihmlirH. term, but Mr. Xailor would hear to to li demand at 4 v0; heep are linn at tl nothing but acquittal, This is the sec- fair Owen. A i i Kit waiting for sevural days on the ond trial of this codtly case, the jury to Ojc. Mtw M'U.i.u: WniftiiT, of Uimtonville, L V X. Co. to furnish him n car to ship standing before S. M. O.veils had n line standard six for aeipiitt.il ami six iathutriU'ht of her Mtcr, Mm. 1. In and freeing no pnwpeets of t;ettinn bred mare, lieitvv in foal to Gambonito, for manslaughter. llreen. afone, Mr. Ailnin Fence decided to try the Mit. J.S. Uruitat went to Cincinnati Short woik was iiutdu of the tiiul of to die Tuesday. She came uj that A C rood and widkel bis horses to lej: and he pily of Wedm-d- ay to lay in a further Uetilrv lor the murder of Joe ternoon with a owollen MeKinney Wednetday and shipped from Gioen jjoodfl. Goode, another colored man. The case thinks it was a caws of snake bite. fiprint: jKiint. Skeii Cok.v. Hon. I). B. Kdmiston was called after noon Tuesday mid be- ' Jnii.sW. 11. I'BTTiMand Mr. 0. W. that And we can show as nicf an assortment as the ptoj. ! lutvihas gent to this olllce a lot of eil corn, Itichardnon. of Somen", attended court I.iiti.k Ai'i'iiitc Doc, wir of Mr. M. F. fore adjournment the defendant washeiit variety, furnished by the Jitire this week. Klkiu, nnnowly ptnTtfied burning Wwl out a flee mau. The bad character of of line of agriculture, which wo will T. V. ttuiJit have mov- - nesdav. He was p'ayiiit; near the Jiie the slayed and tbt unusually good Mn. ink Mm. ' eil to the l.lmr. Iioumi recently vacated when his nproti eamiht. His screauiH the slayer, together with the divide out atiionj thoe friends who wish make a trial of it. by Mr. .1. I1. .lnnr. attmcted the atfiHion of hi mother, rood work of his counsel. Metsra. SaiiI- - to The value nt the iNrmtioi: Joins L Miw. Pqkik Oorntrt enjoyed m few wbonrrivtxl just in time to sive the ley and Warren, combined to produne as an advertipiim medium is appreciated pa- youngster from a h'irribU death. days of much needed rwet with bur the rapid result. All Stjles and Colors ol who occujiy S colHob Whitley, who was indicted for by our hoieemen, rent, at Urrwiibtinci ''J cok. condi-tiuinterested in of this issue. Those TiiKrtntviiiut of the tliyincial ILC. Uvhukmnn, Jit. (I!tt(, 1ms en. perjury, was lipid over till next circuit umns of SUtufoMl. to which attention is court in 1(K) bond with Mr. A. A. War- such matters should read the pedigrees it....l wtili .1. B. Honaker A Go., at IV MUiifthin in ptetty Martin Brown, and we are sure they wil'.ilnd nbUV Station, and will have clmrae of milled, shows that the twn is ren as bondsman. KOl dx, boinjj out of debt with consid- charged with aisou, also gave bail of to suit tliem in the loim li.st. hlrt MriiiR of i.orn . eredit, thouuh $100 with W. II. Miller pecurity. Sam to A. T Xnnuelley, w ho returned from Home-Spun- s. Mim. J. B. Kiyuiio and Mioses Kate erable nwoutvert are not very valuable, some of Hays, indicted for maliciotw cutting and Atlanta Tuesday, telN us that he hanIhwslf Whcr- - the Klnnaird, Maria Cook and accompanied by Uiar-- them having no marketable juice. wounding, bis $.'() bond with dipt. dled about ".00 head of mules and horevs rltt, of ljucm-lrto 12o, and while there at from ley Anderon, t.wV the train here WedMil. Jamhs Fiivk, the enteipiisinj: Geer iib bondsman. made n little money. The market has Miss Xettie Wray wns sworn in as an nesday for liio-vlllHustonville mercliant, iiunounceriin this is Mit. A. vr. the new manaser of the isnue that he is over.'tockeil and for the examiner of the toiirt, a decided compli- be n ar.d is t till very dull and trade abi ut over now. Money is very scarce, arrived and taken l.ouUvilU Slere, has next :'.) days be is v.iini! to unload at ment to the aspiring little lady. She with the planters, especially. Ho is a full oharjrt of tlie prices cut as they never were befo'ie. stood up like a man and without the of much enterprise and will show Now Is the time for our West F.nd slightest mental icservation or purpose man N FAV ADVERTISE)! F.NTS it to the people of Stanford Riid vicinity fricmU to t t!oodn at about their own of evasion whatever, took the oath that she had neither fought a duel nor pent a by u'lvinc then, such prices ai win never tiricea. challenge, and no one gainsaid or marheard of bvforr JriMiK Mhkow' ninniiiK smile and veled thereat. Mit. A T. NtSNU.ikY ban returtifd are more ami more proCharles Henry, who has been in jail from a three month' stay in Atlanta, contauious lauli nounced as he thinks of his prospect of for rome tune for malicious cutting, UKAl.ER IN- with ha hund'ed Mock, wherehe holdinuou as judcein this district an- - gaebnil yesterday in f.r0 and went Al 8 reasonable uccem. He reports th Ken Joins: wdl and that oilier tt i in. I lie lifislatiirt seems to. tinmt. lucky On a r..r dm in imonllK, unil Htiil InUoiS'd tobecettiiicintoa lis on the rediftr'u:t-inc- """ by rral cttatc in opening a inner There was not a single feloilV COIIVIO- - ty lliirpgwid tuilir anl Mr. T. It. Walton " . . wnrlh Ihroc tlmi' the abor umnunt. Will probable bill mr to make it more than -- torn, on Whitehall S or ;iijv uinri uj and notion Tcent im hM louiiL m thai P"lty am muki' AND DONE. of demo-crati- null will reap the 14 Inquire at lliKti'.r jmirnai oincc Mr. Saunders was granted bail again innnn street, In addition to hi real estate bun. that he inhniioiiioiinea. SyAll work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty . in the tame sum, f2,000, and his former ItU'vi. sureties signed the bond. Mr. B. i. A Nu r. JfitOK Alter five of the 1 will take old jjold or silver in exchange for goods ANNUAL IfTY AND VICINITY. had testitied old man Nailor, Alford tells us that the jury fees in this Judge Morrow who hung the jurr, n'liiarked, when case alone wref.'ttO. Of Ihp Kcrclpl ami Fxr'iiduurpif th- ikllMO MlllAT M'tel at J. B Fe- Judge Morrow told them not to talk discharged the standing juries Wednesbv thtter'. in about the case uutil it was finished, "1 day and will finally adjourn shops juK receiv- ain't braid anything to talk about yet." time to leae on the noon train for SomXkw i.inS of He was probably in too much of a stu- erset, where his next court convenes ed at S. H. ShMtiW. The best Chilled Plow made. por fiom the cllects of his over supply Monday f pm April iSi. In April I, lyJ. Mi ntus ice caiim freeers Whits what wasuoing of whisky to l'atent Point. No strain on point-bolt- ; Braced Mold-Boarmade of at Farris A Hardin'a. MATRIMONIAL MATTER. on. A nice juior, to be sure. . KKCF.IFl'S the best material. and f 537 f SKJnmpa Frye at Miss Laura Hill, daughter of the late lUlnncein iMtiiWiif A sum KiMstate oTaflaits was given 1.66 s at WcKinuej before you sell publicity this week when Win. H. mid Hon. Clem Hill, and S. T Spalding, a FW LIcphm F. M. Watr JJ i T.ii- - for 1E90 attorney, were married at Tixrs for votir wool. A. T. Nunnellev.' .. Maggie Hunt, brother and sister, wem 85 ) i8i.... ... Lebanon in roj.d style. Kin.9 5"' A UKsage from Caej says planted the uual amount allowed idiots. Kll.l.Kti Rr:KKKKNcr.s: 21 00 J. H. McAlistcr, D. B. Stagg, J. B. McKinney,' Lynn Stanton, son of Clarence Stan- DivIiIituI of lltis.mtlW-iltfeet taubaik peeler, The girl is about 21, not over three that James Treidcy, Win. Beck, Chas. Dawes, Jeff Hill, Bowen Givens, I'rank llaydcn, Mnysville till ami weighing but iIO pounds, yet she ton, formerly editor of the was killed by a tree falling on him. daughMollis Carrier, John Cash, E. H. Jones, Jas Bibb, A. C. Cowan, H. DISIIUKSKMRNTd. has become a mother twice and by her Bulletin, ami Miss Fannie Gaines, 173 S CiM IWuds and inleni C. Drye, Bowen Cover, Geo. Benedict, etc. For sale by of yoiiug people own' brother. They were kept together, ter of Capt. Sam M. Gaines, the A t.Aiu.1. fishing party J Ijii.111' SIikU in Stanfunl ilonday and spend without, as it seems, any legard to the newspaper man, eloped to Aber . will go to hx Biver Cuvk TurnpllH Ci i,ji ini .& V II WjImiii's Mliir, J47 that hae fii deen and were married. the day funiimr with the linnr tribe. tei libit consequence pulil ... Ml Ithl The miming of Miss Nauuerle O J. Nrwl.imt' "silar, sUsd. 9 $9 Tiik weather 1im been rainy and raw Campbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. SumJm'l Oil Cu will open up at J. Campbell, to Mr. Bichard Downing lifijlit Mi Ai.k K (ioot for several dajs. There mms no doubt turn Ly n Oiht-- expenditure hereMcKinney, on Satuiday, Kith, n full Norwood, was consummated at their that nearly all the Iruit i killed jitt 76 1111chrs til it JiithIii. mid complete hue of millinery .'Oods. home at Bock Castle Springs, at 8:;50 on IUiI ii.ny In TrMiirfr lmml 37S 74 S.M&J 58 abouts. new- and .ON. the evening of tho Blth, Bev. J. A. will com- - Her stock will compiise all the Thi: Standard Oil Company I). W. VANDKVKKK, Mayw of evervthiiii: ustialU found Karr, of the Christian church, othciating. days a waie- - htest stvles mence building in a few J w. 1IAYDKN, CllyClwV. ot in a tirst clas establishment of thiskindaT The wedding was a very quiet u flair, oti- house near the depot lor the storage She has just Jreturned from the cities, ly the family, Mrs. Dr. Norwood and Thi liimncial condition of llii- CIlv of StJlifoid, theii oil. where she has been for some time, Miss Addio Norwood, mother and sister Ky , April 1, 1S9J, u follow Thcclly luvlng puldiiff all of lt indcbli'dncIn bulk and package. lambs, and has thotouglily piepared her of the groom, end a few upecial friends ewes with Fob Saik.-H- K) and luvin; more than amplo moiit-- In the tnii'iiry young. Xo self for the business. She respectfully being present. .Next morning Mr. and to mwt tin Hoallnc dflit. it l irlnally frn from all m,u Southdown buck. All Seed . Stanasks a share of the patronage. Mre. Norwood drove to lxmdon, where dflil. disease. Call onlor address meat I ho following Goods, the ie.ni.-f-- , ..f Ihc city, unen- t.inL-- Hi i for an extended east ford. Stephen Burcli. IIklp Ovkk. llcorga and Cal Welch ii.uv...... r trtii : l.i- - w.f IcumU-ridurn tour, inu k,u""1 io luctiiuc. Bask Bali.. The ipembers of the old were tried before Judge Carson Tuesday tho large Lexington grocery tirm of Cur !6haris of tocW in t he Stanford and &c. See our guaranteed solid steel Hoe requited to on a writ sworn out by B. I). Holtclaw, 4 Soo o Grub and Sprouting Hoes, LancaMer 1'Iket'o ISTkRioK JoiitNAi. club are for 25c. Most anything you want in Shelf Hardware rev, Tunis t Norwood and in naid to be I2 do In Stanford A IIiiIiiitIII 1'iV.d 600 ki S who charged them with breaking into meet Ht the Myers House parlors at 300 ihi .VAIIIkHlafvIIIerlkotii. a tine business man of unexceptionable 6 do. In " Large stock ot Huggy, Wagon, Stock and Riding Whips, bought diSatuiday evening for the pur his idnrc about a luoulh ago. The proof - HalW (Jap ' i'llo Co.... habits. The bride is a lovely aud high- ia do. In rect from factorv. against them was reasonably conclusive, " rikol'o i.ckki ho pose of oiganiing. of manner 51 do In 00 thought it best to hold ly cultivated girl, winsome " i.omi Tutin iltlK'u and the judge man aodiiii 400 S UiuoIlfcllTiixcs.. Whilk going from heie to Lancaster, thein over to circuit court and did so in aud handsome of person, ami the wife of Marshal Jamea (100 bond each, which they failed to give. who has won her dcBervea congratula Mrs. Hamilton, broken Judge Morrow bait the giand jury .GO TO. tion. The IXTtitioii Joi'H.VAi., which is 1). W. VANDKVKKK, Major. 1. Hamilton, had her collar bone n eoi t of god father to the dear little j v IIAVDKN, (it (l.rk. out of her phaeton by yesterday, but after an invesby being thrown Her many otner Willi tigation no indictment was found and bride, uniten the breaking of the coupling pole. in wishing for her and the friends here negroes were diaehaiged. Browning, Jons H. Ckahs A Son. withWanauiakcr the man of herchoice, along life of increasing m King Jfc Co., Xew York, and Thk remains of Win. M. Craig, who love and uualloyed happiness. Philadelphia, ofler to the died in 187K, were removed this week to ,t Brown, foreign and domestic fabrics was IS years old on j Capt. II. G. Ciaig. Maud S., ' trade 2,500 clothing. Suits mailn to or- the lot of his brother, "Model Grocery" for was entirely gone and so was tho USth of March. men's for The box The largest winning horso in the the coffin, save a few small pieces. The der. MtKfl fiHiin bones, or what were left of them, had as- history of the American turf, Hatiover, wife used 2, 1886.-have taken au option sJinr & Mknkk yearling. Ho took Colvln, La, Dec. before her third onti.elotownedbyMr. J. M. McKol. sumed an earthen hue and wereoffast re- cost only Sl.'JoO as itin stakes and puwes. MOTHER'S FKIEND eao Solon into camp $i:21,8:W wouia not oe confinement, and nays turning to dust. The body erts, Sr., on Lower Main street, opposite Craig was also removed. He died in tstood 10 hands hiyh, without it for uundroda of dollars. MeeseiiRor DOOK MILLS. the parsonage, ami will pay "in In 1S83 and strange to any his coffin had alwas about 15J hands high, Elecworks are built. for it If the water 15 hands, Ueo. by espres on receipt of price, $1.50 per bot. Snt tioneer 15J bauds,. Harold Seeds in will erect most rotted. His clothing waa still le. book " To Mothers " mailed free. the event they buy it they materially intact, with the skeleton nearly de- Wilkes 15J hands, Dictator 15 hands, REGULATOR CO, BRAOFMLD two nice cottars, which will rTLAMTA,GA. ton void of flesh inside. ouo'T- Volunteer 161 hands. that portion of town. help ly Interior Journal! Fi.vfc link of tolietsonpi at A. A. War- - . rcn'B Model Grocery. ;.- 1 -i- Nttw lino of carpets, mattings and oil 15. 1802 clotliB iceeivcd laa week. Severance fc HOI FOR NEXT WEEK Ali of A 'A f .T J t. b'-for- The SVlew Things ts'. unieu-sonabl- y two-hore- e - The Lowest Cash Prices. W3SJ! . n de-gie- e p'I m MliJAN BU&jra.'!6&, t pre-eiv- s dis-hara- y be-fo- re M-- T, S. HXTGH3SS. liar-rodnbu- - SPRING CLOTHING ! - -- t. OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE -- er cIihi-acter- of i ver Seen In Stanford. Gassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. .r hr rtiM-k- s . 1 ge V-'- -'i e 1 1 bii-in- c. M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS.- o - $300 WANTED, - ROBT. FENZEL -- niM-titi- j Per Cent. Interest, .11- oont:t , WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY PROMPTLY ro-ee- e j- - wit-uem-- TIIE REPORT Mon-,-v - to-da- y City of Stanford, Ky., I TrM-uH- The Vulcan Chilled Plow, d, A umb-ivau- Hu-uvlll- e Has Latst Improvements. well-know- n eed, Satisfaction guarant- v H - N v- - " a. well-know- n V .111 Bo . I0 Wo H, y'KAMIiy- - '3 J 11 r 11 "WE ARE RIGHT IN IT" - - GAKDEKT Northern STE11DBB : Potatoes, Onion Sets; Brand jew Hoes, Rakes, Spading Steel Stoch of Forks, Shovels, Picks, Mattocks, 1 . 'v. n'.-loc- A- MoKHTITB? BEOS. ! .1 m n Mothers Friend" birth My M M WARREN Onion Sets, 1 "0.3 mi N. Y. Seed Potatoes, Red and White Landreth's and Ferry's Garden Ah-dalla- h st !. and Packages; also Hoes and Rakes. Balk fF y '. ' , ' 'S; cr Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Amu. 15, 1S92 Sl'BKt). Comliino.l Stallion. SrvxK t,f I? ! V fcft fo L' JSII.YEU CHIMES 6818. (table on the S. (). Uaughuian place, 5A an imp. saddle stallion; ;i dam by Vccch's $10 to Insure a Colt 4 Months old Wilkes (the fastest mare of the miles from Danville on the now LancasHamblctonian. Snnof AUjonesa;. b Oton-- t WiUrj j DtTi SilcI..ck dam 01 SiUerone 1 wf. ') Mainlirl Wilkes family, record li U, Whirlwind I will also ttand at the tame time and place my no lime, ter pike pike lie Is the fathhiii.iMc Wilkes and Matiiltrnii). I'atchen cross, lie lir&iluecd Silvirljce J iS 2'2A, Faniiie(l(dddiit'Jy.','ltello',l',JI ) Wildwood wii bv Blackwood 71, y.-) oui.R Jack, and is the youngest produ.inK sire th it ever ttuod I u this part of the State 'J .51, sire of Blackwood, Jr. , 3 22 J; 1st Ham Floietice, dam of llMclle J L"J, l)V 10 dam Kate Messenger, by Messenger, Jr ; Golden .Miiu-- o C'hitf. suit uf (iir f!,,..t. ATOKA 11942. 2d dam by Davy Crockett. Jr.; I'd dim Morgan. I led Fox ID") - a flue individual and a Brunswick, son" of Suiuptcr; 1 tit dam by At $S for a mare and $f for a horse colt, to Kullbrother loSiloao1 tod Kim II J o trl.il Sor of Ahdallih Mamhrim the itrett sire o Over r,0t) f lt. o .u) performers have n by imurc 4 months old tretteri and pmducinc dams lie isa m le. stallion as well as a trotter. I would like lo hiecd veur nMiotig infusion (.f (iMu't and horte with n pedigree. Davi' Hamblctonian. .Mirg.iu mares on the shares ahout if d big 4 years old lot Smith's Almont by Almont 33. sire of Is, Joels ahirfh, jack bone and heavy October,and hat blood. DoiM-Wo will also stand at smic place the Golddust will make the hands body NAILOR 7621. Fanny Witherspooi. proven himself to he a (rood breeder. present line black jack, SMITH, at $ Wotmont 2 13 at my place L'J mile-- , from Money due on nil seasons when colli ate four Standard under Kules 6. and S Hisitl er in Mi I to s..,mrMIU , ,, 2 101, Ac. to insure. Ar norM ,tl, fin0 ,VP Hartford ou the illo pike, months or tst dam haaetne andtptisly Blackwood 74, bv Norman 2ft, sire of Sottnty old Mares traded Call removed Irom the a mlisi, grandnrem Sired by Miltan 1 i14leetwing, Ntlly by Ilamblelnnian to. Sultun, sire of in Mares kept on era.- - :it forfeits insurance. and examine rtij dam tt stamboul 1 n ami Ntlhe lin ul S'alfor At loantl damsof 4. ' $15 to Insure a Living Colt. talcs. Not responsible for accidents or Lulu 2 11 J, May Queen 2 20, Arc. Dam stock before making your selection bnd alike, sold for $10,0011 a a pair of roadsters, bdog ery fa.il (36 to Inaurn n. Foul by Mambrino Chief. C M.Si'Oi.tNAMOKK K I A UI.LONhK. Danville Ky 4 firor particulars, address with pedigrees escapes. .Mares kept on Lexington Denmark is claimed to be terms JVr ' T. L. & J. S. BAUGHMAN. joiial attention given, but one of the handsomest and most beauti' S' for accident". lanillc, Ky. ful horses in Kentucky. He is fashionaAt the Mime time ami place, will make bly bred in saddle and tiotting lines, is a tliej.ens.ni with one of Levi Hubble'., best grand saddle horse, a fine gaited trotter, 1r- inx bred jotmg Jaeto.. and goes the gaits naturally. He has Kriiiitcied as Hob Link shown a 2 .r0 gait, both racking and trot, Slrd b) the ureat IIKI.MON 1' 64 ting, without any preparation He emsire of Nutwood, the Rreitest living sire. Iiavini; 7; jo performers to his credit IMmout has wred w Ills daughters hsse u prrfotmtrs to ihHr tredlt highest class of .7 performers with records Irom 1 n'j to anates from First dam Lulu Bell by Kentucky Clny and premium tho' s in K6ntucky saddle .by Lontta.tjr , aire of Dr. West 1 17',, and thtpiri ol elm dtm, of c dam, lleltie Ktnka !, lbels. , lilnck. wild uliiii. ....... f..tt ii r hoi.-eon his , , prlormers 194, he byC. M. Clay, Jr., ttf traders) dam iiiii ai onii.i- - nigi ino length. Ume and sire's side and his dam represents some of ... by Jim Monroe j. son of Alesander's AUIalUS sire of I.aJy Mi)tira. v, 'dam the dam of Mambrino I'atchen and Lady the I Mon toe jaS a Kitty lUUwjioJi, Monroe Chief a fcsj and 7 others in i:j utieister yetint old; ha- - proven hlm-ebet trotting families in the whole a lin,. Thome, - IS each; L'd dam by Downing s country. by lu all's .Mmbinii. il.im breeder. Sired hy Jo,. IIHekbiirn. Nt This combination produces tin . .... by tlMiroushbird sun uf Whip. Vermont, sire of Gill's Vermont 101, the s il.im ,v KoVH Mammoth. C nttaitor, the sire of lleltnont Chiel'a dam, was siresj by Ais. full brother to Orant ilH (itrl m, l,y dan. Dolly of Bonner Boy 2 '2'.l, Black Maria, tfcc; best combined horses in the world and sire Ilainbletimian in Aia slrisl Apple Jaik 1 18 and 0 olhrre In a jHt Contractor's first dam, Lady -- .1 dam Ko-- v Ltnbrv. hv Stonewall Jack-tun- , those which command the best prices in ,'d dam by Ulencoe, thoroughbred. j t,oc!c, b Uiesn liambletonlali full briber to Volunteer and brnlinel; sessrnd dasa, I.ady Van lie hv John l..iiigiitmtr j.uk. hln lrc of Hamb clnniin i Montrose 0. was sired bv Linhtheart alj Kastcrn markets. Any one will have ilautm by Abdallah to ee him to appreciate Ids' greatness. ' Itelmcnt Chtel traces five times to llamhlctoniau 10 i:i,. j.t1(. four limes through li s dam and once thrMih .lam oy Jim l'tti.r;;?t 1301, trial ' Jit.; out of Mo-- s Itoserfull sisThis celebrated sadd.e stal'ion w"l make the his ire He also combines the blood ol Mamtirino Chief and Ameiltan Mar It will thits be icen by Ilytliea llannilml, l will also stand 2 splendid young J act 1V (,irlJ11jM season of iS t the Fair (r..iccH, Ri. huiond. thit llclniont Chief comes from ter to 1'rinceps sire of Trinket L'H; LM spce pruduieK families, the csHuvntratmn lllitlaiiiH Iiti. Mnik j.nnet sohi by Ky. Dr of of speed t'lood. site, style and action, thr Is no doubt ah.iat the results to be obtained in btfiii dam 1'rimrose, dam of I'rinceps Mn,i-..- i, Honnet, of Iraportod Hidalgo and Bopo. toiili cumty. t., .,.Vi Torms, 350 to lnauro n living colt. J'emnie Sole 20; .5(1 dam Black Bose,dam At $20 to Insure a Living Colt. of Darkn- e- 'J J7. Imp Hidalgo is "i year- - old, black with At $10 for a Living Colt. Ilambleto-niau- , Description and 1'edijree Kentucky Squirrel This pe.ligree combines the white points, 15 hands high and will C tiie Coyler, the Clay and the Ver- stand at $10 to injure n living colt. Ilepo is a beautiful brown, 15', hands high and s years - St'I TAN sire pf Stambetil j Hy the Kinjls. lien win be old this Spring. His style, salt and nction arc and Jft'.thsis Its s s s', retained on all colt f..r mont strains, with a thoroughbred bu-by deo WllkesMj il.e sire of 71 In the 10 IlM unequalled by any saddle stnlhon in Kentucky hands high and will stand at dam. Lady Punt.n l) I """ KKID. Stanb.rtl ,, Miunie Warren J t7 and the by Niht Hawk l. sin ol lted Crosa than any horse in um. Josie, and will show in his direct descent more due Oct. 1, isn.0.ror when mare limine taken mor; pretmur-i, the State ace. considered. Kentucky Squirrel uamsot Kd Annan 1 and s otners 'J .50 or better pet formers. than 50 with. M a to au'd the dams of Oen Smith a 15U by ertnonl Hero lit ireof Lady .. was sired by the celebrated Kcsi Squirrel, the best Cam Montrose C. is second con-i- n to Maud Lexington Denmark's fee will be due show stallion Kentucky .es er produced, he by lladi;er Iky ?g. Ilrown l k 1., etc. ami sir nf Oen Kns, ire ol S. He is a mahogany brown, It! hands when coll is foaled or mare - parted with. ltlack Squirrel Kentucky Sqirrel's 1st dam by i..nn.rs uidr Maud ?, lieulali ? iVf. Independeme a lf. ' lllack Ilird, ad dam by Todhunter's Kacle dv Maud, the dam ol Monbars. y o. record J ir.t high, a speedy trotter, though untrained. Mares kept at ?2 per month, at owners' lllack Ilird by Phillip's lllack llalrorn. GreyOeneral Vermont lirro be Sherrran's Ulan llak 141 dam by I ihrrty.son of Pishop's lisinilstoalan, by by Will make "the season at my stables in I solicit n elo-- e inspection of inv lajlor iilack Ihrd's lit dam liy Calk's llalcorn, Imp Messencer PrlVAtO Stftlllon by Peters' Halcorn, by Virf;ltiin. thorougchhrcd Shelby City, stock. I. S TEVIS, Mares trem a duiance kept ou cotil etats nt cousin to Maud S, Jin Kve & Shelby City, Ky. month, but no responsibility for accidents or and .Nutn,H,d l.'ttf ,J ,' ... .f At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. escapes JASON YVAMIEK iw list) It ... . 1!o.Iih- I,, oi.i ,IM..I .: :M (lain . I ult brother ! Contractor t ..,.-. s.,u ,,., II v Sl'LTXN. the sire i.f StamU.ul j 11 and 6 others In 1 Marcs cared for at reasonable rates, but The Magnificently Hrv.l Saddle Stallion Dam Modain llirdtni:. the dam f ContraUur a .1. lk.rSara 1". by Ovrrland. the Ire of the dn ms Chief and I Mot, for accident or escapes. not ..1 Contractor 1 11 jitmcc J What Jn ,S, etc , ny Stevens' llald Chlet, ths lr ol the snwt head of the Iim a- -Jr . mare Maud at the producing ilnms i ; Jd dum. Kate labor, ty brisid mare Minnehaha, the dam of Iteautifal lner lu H. L. CARTWRIGHT. Will make the eoon of 189a at our ataldes mile 1 15 o. Stanthird No. H'Ool' Standard Hole 6. Mack tia lion, f-'-j hand high, foiled in iSS j This vonng niadsler Ktallion Is nn inbred by A tioldtni.th, Orange county, New Vtirk. bred tlolddiist. Foaled in April, 18H7- i Sired hv Castellsr 1. 62 b'lrst dam Wohurn --Mai ', by Woburn 391 (the a bay. full 1(1 hands, speedy and uncx-rolle- d dmn of Carter at; ,j ad dim by a .Mambrino in M) le, action, llnlsh" and digitus!, hurt , jd dam bv Msmbrwo Messenger tion. Cast. II r 1061 bv Vo unlrrr js, aire ol Si. Jutlen He a blood hay, IflJ hands high, left ttVj ttc;tldnm Hammond, Full brother In Ivstelle, trial I! "34 hind font white, heavy inntic and tail on of Potters Cliy; MlssNotlue hySlar, daruol ad dam Wells.' . ! . l ....... ...I.I at.. ;: mm 11 ,13, mill .Moutroso foaled May, l.$S. Artillery a Ji'f and Modesty a 36, by American Sire and Rrandsire of 17 in the 1 joint; Ceneva S 1 llcltlo Jones J uM. W asrona j . Charles- - riniiu, ' ton aij, .Soto J ie' tint Hpeedy ami premium eolt of '8X, i' etc Hy Alnicni 31 Dam l.yd lUmuf I ady Majolica a 5. Star 14; 3d dam by lleilmnd. Sired by Saddlewood. woiiurn 341 by lamblctoul.in 10; 1st rum Mm Sired by 'ileaadi . UnhldiM IKK) fbv 1st dam by Smith's Almont, sire of Ka Cootey hy telegraph 331, ad dam the dam of Geo C., .1.1.1.,.. tJI i... ,,111111111 SI By Young Jnckson, he by Stonewall tie Howard 2 HiJ. . . 1, ..!,.,v,. ,fj .utirguiij, 1.10k-e- r louiey Uy rruiay Jackson, Jr. 1st dam by Dick Morgan; relnted to Maud Si!(kS and JoIiiimiu Kd lUrlo will stand the season of fgi at iny 2d dam by Iord Wellington. van oi ne ureal r.iccii.n-er- . IM dam Hello stable 3j miles lrrm Stanford on the Nesv White ir en sitnoi a oS' In Hie 1 i list. L 0(1 than any other Mallion. . eir . nire if Itu raid ,IIj i Jr.; 2d dam by , Saildlewood, a grand paddle horse, wa the Hrnt .V ( Dam , and Armour j ao' ure of Kowpnt. the fastest yVarllnir by Messenger Chief, Jr. This fine Mal- by Wildwood. 1st dam by Star Denmark, Oik ami Dn lttvrr turnpike, near Didlerar's in theMamie C. dam Don .Moiilrith year old Mallloti to trot in public ns fast world. Mill, at lion will iniike the scnon of 1802 at our the winner of 100 premium; 2d dam bv at :;., fire 01 iig.trelte. iliuu of Itosa-lim- l Lexington Denmark, Ed. Barlow 2375. MAPLE : SHADE : Ouethird of a mile from Court Home, Danville, Ky. STOK : FARM, Dorsey : Golddust.' - Stanford, Ky. Will make the season of 1SD2 at "Travelers' Best" farm, near Shelby City, Ky.,nt E. I IMULCONKR. i4, W. F. WALTON, $15 to Insure a Living Colt. ABDAX.r.i5LH RED FOX 195. Kp-ole- OTAMBRXNTO 3715, io'-'J- 1 ss (. Mtf3af5Pia3ESIffiPM IWDS5SS -. .-- .,.)" 1 At to Insure. JOE EMnKEE, i- Hu-lu- n, roa-onab- le le Kentucky MONTROSE C. S4uirrei.;BELM0NT CHIEp 868g i5 1 , I I ROSOOE, !'.--.- , lf 1 . . I I -- ,, . Can-Sil'rl- ire 12 ,, STJ2v-ii'"-1 n e; i. 11 s 111 . .. i- t', 1 -- ri-- k. ERRICSSON, JR. d r - Silver : Tip : 169. 1 1IM-II- . westol Manloru. on thv Ilustuaville pike, . . V H, j to InHuro, or3'J5 tuo Mention Will make the pre?ciit eeasoti at tin Ma J P CROW, McKinnoy. Ky. :.' milewest oftan-- i Description and IVdijree Silver Tip i n red hk"! of hay with tine ruane and tail, ty' hands luli, hind foni, on the Shelliy City pike, at the hv j is a (."sfitvn S time an a and took 7 anklestowhite, and and m.xiel s.iildle horse, has the price of -:- is a Rrest knee actor perfection gaits premiums ami 1 eertitlieate; a a Sired by the great Silscr King by On Time, on a Living Colt. $15 of Stonewall Jackson wasn't shown at all 1892. Kirt dam by Skeedaddle, by Oliver son cf Was. "Will make the season of lV.2at my placiv Description and Pedigree: He is a dark i oner ad dam lis Kvd l.ion. ." miles from Stanford on the Danville 's Sdtcr Kms'sdam was Mollie Mounce, by brown, ml! sixteen liantN high itntl four Lexington, son of lllooil's Hiack Hawk, ad years old this Spring. Ho hn- - n fine mane pike, at da-and Kegl.tertd by Youtia America, on of Messen Medoc, $10 to Insure a Living Colt. per bkcetladdlu's 1st dam hyTaslor's id dam and tail, with as nuirli slyif nii.l action (Kullbrctlier to Quartermaster Jt'(, sir of a In the 'jo list at t year-- ntd.i Aratu. Monev due when the mare is parted 'trumpeter, 3d damwilt recent cood attention at as any horse in Kentucky. BY ALCYONE 2:27. Mares sent to us Mitlt or lned to another ltor-- -. reasonnhle rates, but will not be resputisihle tor He wii- - -- ir.il hy the great King Kacle, chnripton stallion race record, and trnty-m.- r (hers (Sireof McKinney .son of Oeore Wilkes 1 it and the (amous Atma Mater, dam of Alcystne ' (with aj in list) AlcanLord Clifton i a beautiful red sorrel, accidents or escape Partin; with mareti forfeits- (the winner of forty hlno tie-- ). menInsurance. I. ten retained on colts fur sea-otara a tj U n I'11! Arbiter t iTt, Almetrr t it , Alicia a asv Afmatcr, ptikllc trial t sj',; AUinc pubwith a eood mane and tail, l.'ii ImniN 1st dam hy Star Kagle (hivt con of (ali-hell- '- lic trial t 15. high, foaled in lSS)s" and is a jK'rfect sad- Ki' BEAZLEY BRO'S & HAYS. Lexington' Alma Mater is the only mare li. in; or dead bo hs produerd three sons that hate each itred a horse with a record of 1 15 or letter. Stanford, Ky d dam hy Hamlet Denmark. dle horse. -Sentinel la, of Von Armea Vise Those who want to breed ton good sad.'! dam hv Ilarri- -' Denmark, -- on of Ist dam (JulQuartcrruaster 1 . i' the sire hy and 7 others insitu30 and better and isjsvj. Vivandiere J.1, a dams of Cypress dam ot i, dle stallion are cordially invited to look Miller" Denmark. Mantes it ),, Nysmi (a) a so Quasterusaster 1 Jl,lire of in list) Cwiisul iu',,111. of ne Walton a l'--. l.illic C. 1 i.S, Ac Ouarter Slrrti.h 111 a aS', Lcnos Kini; Kak'le mi-th- e at my horse and see him move. winner of more than Hells l.l 2 jr. LesMhl 9Ss, He" was sired by Second Jewel, he by 10 premium- - and wu- - never beaten in the a tit,. Standard under Kules t,j, S Cunningham's Jewel," he by old Washingmodel ring ly horr-e- , mare or gelding. 1 dam Mijsie by llr'gnoli 77, site of dams of (uarlerNsastvr I'l'iituro ... BY l'KKIENDKR K.1111 in list) Caicartlla 1 Wilkes j(j (sire ea dam of Cascanlla jas's,, K.iu WilLe. ton Denmark. King il'iclv n"n- - -- iril hy I'lack Kagle, the Son of Dictator and Winona bv Almont. . x1 (sire of Oliver K a iCSl.Miu- Oliver K.a iMi. Minnie Wilkes 17, Ac His Ural ditni Fannie by a son of Gill'? i dam if (the ire of Ulack Niiirrel. me likes a 17 &c by Lancewood.son of Ham dam Lances Vermont; 2d dam bv Old Monte, thor dam l.ady dam of Mark Denmark and Monte Clui blctonian; (iuanlsmanisanch brown horse. It1, Lands htti, of fine stte and conformatissa sa4 fiom his rich oughbred. to) hy ltlack William. Rockefeller, ly Ameriinheiltarceof produclnc blcsjd line- -, he should pros' a jieat slock horse Tsso of his eldest colts, i can Star: ad dam Hay qusrters as sji t and ty.eionds. (tuardsman's full brother, (,uir. paid. Lien retained on col: till season Star Kagle wu- - got hy Cahhell'.-- Lex- tits a jcarsoM, trettcdcar olds, two yearlings and two year olds list Richmond, by Hamhle- - ington, dam hv (iarrmtl Chief 4 last year, lit the records he in termaster, put two ) j year olds Mares grazed nt reasonable rate, but Ionian, is the crestest stallion that cser Used In siring speed early, as no other horse esrr approached htm iu not responsible for accident, should any a d itn Mi Mesetts gra after May this respect Guardsman has the same lirteilinj, is naturally a fast horse, of si.ally as good indit Mares nill In fiuiii-hs.- il Edwin Forrest $"J jier iimntli. Cur.- - will Ik taken o occur. ' charactrristus and whs, should he not sire as much sped ' i dam l'olly Stevens., by Mambrino Chief l.ANCK I' front heel 0. A. LUKF.Y. Stanfoid, Ky. and lelt hind 7S71 is brown, with right loaletl .May prevent accident, hut will, not he resjion--i- h pastern nite. :.ud st.is e -- hoii.l any occur. aj, 1SE1. He is handsome and stylish, high finish' Al-1- 1 at the -- time time and place I nill edsiudhus creat muscular "power. His lev's and feet arc komI. His sire Pretender, is very fast -- tatid MAMBBINO STARTLE He has shown quarters in 35 seconds. Pretender is by Dictator, who sired three trot MAMIIKINU Dt DI.KV iV, Trial a ij full brother tu .Majolica a is and Miss ter si nose average speed is greater man an. At sV for hoi- -. mult' and .by Clark C'lu.f Sy, sireuf Crntie 1 Vs and $ others in m ami ettrr an J damsofXaiol is fur mare mule three sired by other stallions. ' His dam is a well 18& I'ay, foaled Majolica j s.bi a 13 ,, Corallaid 1;, Wilson j t'S, i'hallas it , and 1' i.th'-r- in 2 joand letter bretl dausliter of Laucewood .1 soil ot ll.imbleto colt .ikK or by 1'ilot. Jr I, sire of 9 in 'olist and dams .Maud S. ..V,, Jay V.ye See hi, Nutwood id dam ' uiau. . .a is 1 is1, iwitn 77 in list Mambrino Maid B. P. WOODS, inn; j , ,, MHintirni" .ult J . ami , others in the lut 'I lie Will make the season nf 1802 at my stable in 22 Collinwood reale- -t iiroou marr s re that ever nvcu Maulord at Stanford, K. .. 1 20 Horn Pedro (3 sear- IM. fe;.i-- e Mambrino Clark is u liandsome cheslnal stallion of hue indistd. :tya !- - Us iH $10 the Season or $15 to Insure. Myra Startle Mjtniu to met t the demand ol a large class or breeders who arc tin illinc to pas Inch prues tut want ..a to' a s, Yeiscrlloy blood With the sreat l'iot, Ir .Mambrino Chief cin-tambriiio Clark should nut ocSy .ire ?& 2:15. Xo! but pr.'lucersas well if iio to Insure a mare with toal Lord I'alm trotters, Call 111 and sec u tiui- individual with an escel-len- t 2:15. ...a i') Captain Lee N. II N'ote required at time ol sir. ice. Invalid should mareliol pf.se in lost, Mares kept at re pedigree. . 2 l sonahle rate- -, hut not rtx.niille foramdents torinnr I. M. BRUCE, ..2 17 rred public trial; ti D M. BOWMAN, JR., Burjrin, Ky 6 Stanfonl, Ky SIRED HY STAR ILK a 16. - t The l'relniiun Saddle Stallion. EAGLE : BIRD, '. 1 .Mambrino JL'DBID UIL(FTi!).9 At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. Siilm.tr. b is a teiutllul brown ir.' hanJs He wilt rtic a limltol iiumUcrof mar sat Chic! bt'i. i',iiiit I.ssled isss Itrxl c I 1. S-t- Kt. l.os ArvcK.s. C.il I to Insure BELLEVUE STOCK FARM, Season of n in Omar 2 :.il am sir ...i... Mambrino (bief. wh ,,ed l.a.h ,,(! Ihorne'.M.sJ Isgrandsire of Dit.vtor Mambrino U ir. Mani- !,,,,,V"'7l,;r l7, ,,,w,,m,,,, --- .'. fiL U-- f ,7I-,!lnt- AhlHdt-fo- nl '. Cab-bell- . 1 LANCET 7871. lle . uoltert iKiiiucr for iln sun. ,.f hat age II,. 1. ,,t. KrniMli in IseiHiieky I!,- - colts nreunusliallt kind, good Mo and color, with pl.ntt ..f s ty,. M, n.ie inov..niert.s 'il make I lii.timellli. I.liww.l ',' """?. r.v on and l.iberlv turnpike 1. .ad.the nt '." i """.-- - m,,nI r,,"",,,',!'.ntirntlii.e ..... .... ...ii.i.iKi in 1 n- li - a(l( -, tlllir, s i, , scar-old ;,. . (1. VI. ear-oii- I'rl.. ,., ,, a .' t..,f ...1.1 w. ww with Mnl-lion- it 1,1 s Hti-tonvi- lle 1 . 1 J!. $12.50 to Insure a Mare in Foal. Will also land my .ning JAt.'K, bv the noted Jack. Mcl'lrov, Kn.in ' insurance . IVrMin- - breeding to cither ami trading or hrcedliik' the inure cbohcre reuder-th- e (sen-due E. S. POWELL -I'-d. Dt.i-LAliH 1 111 by al 480! IMPORTED JOHN, sA.3BE.IlsrO CLARK 3404 -1 $50 to IiiNiire a Marc With Foal. E(). DICTATOR tTM.ltli. r.iah.l in hicli. j.-ll- :5S-j- . - 1'ilaek Mallion; Ss.-,- i nil, -2 ... -- - McEoloorts S634. Koabd 1887. Sire of Majolica 2 15.) Kirk 2 45,'i idsin of .MajolLa a 13 sire ot nd Miss Majolica 2 sa" . by ClarK ad dam OliI Lady, .lam nt Little Croxie 1 lu'f Miss a vo'?, C'hirley Fncl 2 idf, Adu H. 2 44- Hy sire ol the dam of Harry Capt. Walker t WilkvtiiVt' 3d dam by Parish's 1'ilot, son of .tbdainby llruwii t, "'ilot, the ireori'ilot,t,lr 2t . 5th dam by Mreol dam nf Itmalintl Cadet, miii id Hertrand record - 6. by Hysdsk's Hiimblclv Static 90. nian. 1st dam l.Iie Walker, by Srely's American Star; ad dam by Hlackbitd, sun of Koebutk. MarileajSi- - the sir: nf Mamma J is I'"tti.i by Clatk Chief a 19, MUs Majolica 4' Iilamhriiiii Chief. I't ilam Little Noru, by Uy Caudle, dam of Erics-so- n f.IesscnKer; ad dam Mr. CroMe . 19' , and fie 2 3'4 Clatk Cniefsiri-others ol 2 vnr belter performers. His datiithlirs t ,yt. Majolica 215, Wilson produced Vhiltl.s Nine ( his in the 2 ai6atidi7 others 311 performerslist. better, dipt .r i.iru base sired 37 2 Walker 2 27. bv Tecumseh: dum by I'mndship. Capt. Walker 927K sired dams ol Harry Wilkes j 13U, Charley Krlel ai6'i, Uen (.arfield 2 n. The Item 2 jjU, Little MIs j6J. Ashland Kate ' , 1st dam Jesij el, fi. - l'i-l- MKTY ' "ft DOLLVRS t.. insure in foal 1 hree-ear-- (JAMB0MT0 8411). ret urd ni Tuned In race lllack. btaled 1 1 . lfcj7 Wll KKS a A the tJAMIIKTTA sire "f 17 in 2 in list. (jambouitn's dam Maud, by Gitrriird Chief. tind dams of Don iiro of li.Mil Duke j vu 1. 2 il'i. I'Oti lAiitW" 1 10, .m.uikc a ay 2 1a. by iliuu Nellie, by Sm of Hilly flilun by Hclto - 1 urk'lnre thiin.uli- MRED.HY it lami 1 Cor-b-a- 1 FIFTY DOLLARS t..iuure in f.Ml. U the owtierof We will pay a premium of ativof hiscoltsuotin isoa uhKh ohuto u rciord ol 2 to or better, provided there n ii.ichaiii;e 111 rule-- . 01' rcsittralHiii and ne ossn the Hrse vs hen re urd u made He i liniite-- in t; approved mans. r. d. Si 1 GEN ERALBOYLE 9145. lu. sA !, - . ' '5 n. bv Stniiuwall. .Jr , lie he by Stoiicvall Jackson, he hv Washing- Whidi I will -taml at the same place ami ton Denmark, be by hup. Ilctfoford. tune; was La.lv I'.nk- -, um .Met'iciiiy $25 to Insuro a Live Colt, $20 to Insure a'Living Colt. extra Middle nunc; by Muck Diamond, Three at $10 and Wiley at $8, Monev due when coll stands up and sucks, l(o is an auexLtllil.it indisidiial and outte inom hired . hv IlrinkerV Dnniiou, he bv Daw , . ... with or bred to another horse isln;, also an exceedincly sure foal setter Will i:rocKc-it- . ih uiiuiuiiaiii. luamouiie tun lf not sold heforo the sea-o- n breediniftn-ercarcfully- ; )ou will find him icIuh.c itoiies.allJml.SHii, be by Washington Denmark, .. Will pasiuieinnrcs at i-- l but r,.,r, .1.1 .1 Good pasture for mire- - ut niii.i.ble rut- -, but make stasnn of 189 at Clurles Dunn's, 2'; miles ...... i... it. t ai Kebylllsss- Denmark, Ins ist dnm by Crusader, not kmi'ioIi. bresl one, "" nccidt-nt-- , on "A lien P. shi.uld auv Irom Stanford llranch pike wilt V (.horouullbretlj. I.ldv Park dlllll pirted willi, season firfeiled. Murkept he by Old Whip, oil dam a Kocky Mountain mare. occurnot b- reponjlble fur Hihlo for accidents. l'll..le, Ai retained pn colt nutil ae.uon money m paid. . Martsla ... ..'-.t.vr,t.. (it ikunitfrs' risk.. t was an c.tra widtllo nmro byShakf-peat- c. "' MADISON SANDIDGE & SON, iv. m.kUK CHARLES DUNN M. S. BAUGHMAN, " GEORGE E. AL.FORD. Central Tar.--. Danville. Ky 8 McKinney, Ky. T. II. WALK KU. Lancaster. MilleiUcville, Ky 4 siaofo.d, Ky I 111 6 Htanford, Ky. wa-hired Trial a 15 .it 3 Tears. Ktralea isS8. ;A.MHF.Ti.Y WII.KI.S t , the HY sire ( 17 in 30 st . il by Alert by lltimbletonlan 10 rstdam Hordsfl 2. daut"t I'mitor i "a3i Sden. ARUHuh - 4J. sire of fioldsmiih Maid 2 14. 3d .lam Winll.in, dam ot Wcdpc-svi- d le Ilv a 14 and Wivxlfotd Muinbrino ' ji ViKlfi.rd, sire r.l the dam of llrixiedi 2 ,jt. DJl.I.AItb to insure in foal 'J'tVEN'TY'-KIV- K 'General Itojle is i hands wiih sI fine style and rr.ove tr jtt.r form,' Ruod Cone and a Rood, piire-iHtleHe was sired by Second Jewel, be by Cumin;; barn's lewd, be by old Wa.luni;ton Denmark M'e think it wll litreusy for him to ike 1. fast Uke inner ut season. Ilesui Hit first dam Minnie by McDonald's lialcoru. ?d dam by Wells' Crusider, his ist dam by Ji mile record ut yearlinz 1 . L.fk bis StKKD Sire of Maiiibnii.i Maid 41 - "4. Collinwood , eii,i le.s 11 i as.'; his tine saddle stallion w III make the season of a SSS. Mait.lard t.l.'J Don reilrn !j) 2 i? on naif mile track. I iSj. at our stable one tndo uest of McCorinncks - by Lyle likes 4rS,vire of Hell lllood bay stallion, lilac k points, 1., hand- - hi;h, 2i4j, first dairchurch loaled i8H- 2 29, Damillc Wilk.s j 27, Chies 2g(, Konauu ' -. a .17 2 Maine Wilkes a Colt nil haifmile track, bj ato, Lulu Wilke- slri-o- Irnl Har- SIKF.D IIV I'KIOsKV At . Trial f George Wilkes, ry is1,, I ou coll standing good until season W) Willesa r 1I4. Guy Wilkes a so JWilson i6 ,, Till vseanin time; i'lVf, pttblli Sire of Klittotka is Mare .10 17J4. Iiarot J money is (.aid; mare parted with forfeits insu- Wilkes 'I7'i.Rosa 11. K. en am c trial 2 ix, Nellie O Neil 1 W.Ikes a 1SI4, Wilton 2 it 2 18, rance money. ist dasi Kbr-- t Jane, dam of .Maud Mii'ingtt Description and Pedigree: lie is a dark buy, hie iiurker i'ixi, Tom Koseiw a a and lo others to 2 so Ills Mini hase sirtsl from j Iron. l Gentle llueie J40, Merit 151 hands hili, scry heasy inane and tail, uame 2 1.. to . 0 and daughters are the dnms oljjj from a in'i'..Medium 2 37. ry dams MaiidMessencrsir.-o311 tjoand l'eari ji'i'j ti ill called and carries himself very urucefully and 1 iu wixoml dam hi Helm s nrkshl-- e and l'eari 227 ad dam Kltt) Kiters, ilam ot In fact his rider says he stands without a peer in llertie Girl 1 17. by Aiesaoder's Abdallah ij, sire a a saddler. .oiwttn. b) Imp. Yorkshire, sireof the dam of Ash,ti.i central Kentucky y Almont and UelinoiK, sire standing his b.lns hnudled only three weeks, utiiet, sire 01 mack iiomi 1 171,, nine (.lomi 7 tj, ol (loldiinllli Maid 2 Ashland Kale 2 jv'i Miittibrliiu Startle full bro r.f Nulwoed i3'(, whom turn sired Manette. hen he went lame and uas turned out, he Mould ther to Majolica a 15 and Mi Majolica (sold l.ir il.im of Anon ' 2 if', ami sold for J1J5.- defy all competition . vld for I ..T lie was sired by Seiond Jewel, the famous pre- Jiooo by Startle 2, trial t .' Malulu a.ijo,ikk) t .i.Y....,.....tt .l.i.i liv ..aU.l Il.i. ....I klre .f f ll. ilimU..I t, .. UIH . .Ijik . I lecord s. -r irsi nam uaiii mium horse, be by Cunningham's Jewel, he by .us. Miss .M.ijotu.-.-, tit.i 2 ?i Llslndcc aaoJi, Wilk.s. sireol Kah-- Wilkes, a year-ol- d a tS and Washington Denmark, ist dam Lillte, sired I.ITK U 2 Jarkon. another premium horse, he by OrsllllCIICI ot six lUIIU.MIl. "I HU.OV. I) eleven sold for i,.i,o ..lss sire ol id dam of Muuibrinn in a 30 nr ..eorite ssiiKes:.,, ashitigton Demnark, he by isuck Denmark, etc Chief .So, sire to Secondand the dams of dam ot .AlalU 2 is'4, retosks 31 .lain Old l.uds Irom ir', toz ' ! record j 1 tre of Harry Wilkes a .3',, and Giis, jd dam Cileln oe.he by Imp (ilenroe, and so Lit rrlelj Capt. Wilkes a Willutn L. Red Wilkes, Ac. 1st dam by Tom Hal, out ol a Coppcrbottiuti. Charley sire of the lf dam lie Mis- aaS' , by 2 'on 3d of Harry Wilkes ijtj dim I 'an II). dam of Nellie O'Neil a alh, Katie Look for a moment and observe the crosses of Walker, Thinl il.im by Parish Pilot, sire lackson 1 j.'.. Imi lacksou a ?. .Vc. I.v Irons mid this horse, and 5011 will see thkt he is Lacked in. of lise others little Jone- - ao. Fourth dam by ltmv.11 Pilot related tu Nelson 2. siren! I'o I.s the best strains of saddle stock in the land A . I ilth dam by Cadet Lyle Wilkes by George .uiAii..ih s.air,.ti recunl ji.i .1 ...somlKranusueoir 11. I look at him u ill be ni!)i lent and a liberal patron Wilkes j J2. I irst d.iut by Ameru an C'l.iy, sire of inuipler 9 I .1. i dam oil) by Cadmus, son of age i very kindl solicited. eC(lnd American Kclipse, sireof Gano, sire ot the dam of :o and (he uains of in 2 10 Ala res kept any way on liberal terms, hut no: three in dam by Mambrino Chief, sire .if r. in a .i. Thiid l.aily I liorni a id1-- , anil .Mnmiiritui I'atcii.u, sire responsible for a. cidents, should any occur 2 sire ot 1. of the dims ol Guy Wilke- - 2 lO(, William I., site dam Mrs Ciiudle, dam ot Krics-ii- u I.M CARTER, Jit ina ;... hurtle v.io, by Ilambletoniau in, sue of 4 of AMell .' la, Ac. d dam bv llriv, u's lUllf.ilin.l-e- r, I irst dam by American in a 30U111I dams of sire of the Jil dim ut IWlmniit 04 and the id htar 14. sireof 4 in j and the dams f 4;. Set iI.it of Wilkes ll'.y j nx-i- , sire of Cnustautiue ond dam by ltlack Ilird a I'1,, sold for$7.ooat public au. lion. W mnftil buy, MiKOHEKIS M,,4 is I vwh to remind ol the fart tlistth bands hih. star snip mid If It hind fool unite, Wilkes f.mily it.hccreale-- t nn eurth They ell Kej,'Mered riHK and comniandiiii: ill appcafan. e, (oihI, ll.it fur the most, lommaiid thc"bn;hest stud lees ainl By Second Jowel 4B. l.unf. well muscled and one (it the grandest hi rscs breed on Sale of some Wilkes at follows: Astell or w. Illts; Dam l,y old Monewall Jack-o- n a mall eser dro.i Goes without i.ic.croo, Lute ps loo. 1100, Acolyte fio.ooo, I'lince Tins Line, saddle solium will make the season has untied iinrli-rin 41 ; vta- - driven about three Wilkin (jeldmir. $1 ikiO, j7lnnn, , liryun, who sajs all he llarnhart $15,000, Ralph Wilkes Jto.oio and othofl&.j ut ...ir stat.Ic ' , uiile Irom Millod.-usillrueckslast (all by Mr. Joe needs is liaudlim; to make u (rotter sure lleini; ers for 3i..,ix.o and ii.warl tin. numerous to menLincoln i tints Ky on the Stanford and Mil ciU'i'villu pike Owinj to Iht scarcity of moiic) yttiic nud growths, Mr llryan advised m. not in tion Red Wilkes, Allerlon, Gu Wilkes and As we will stand him ut base Iiiiu h.inilliil until fully m.it.ire.1 In his tell conimtltid stud fees ot $1,0011 each and .1 tfoixl pedigree there are ten prodtn 1111; sue- - and sis ninny more stand ut iieur $300. I s ill also name a 111 tu- - i;ic.it iriHlecins uains, two 01 mem few Wilkes of the L'etieratlmi which shoo' $15 III- - pcilluree c lilnliis all the nflW ,),,... ,r.c.j third brood mare list .Mn,a,, year old record He traces tw 1. e to Haiubleto .6'-- , Piritton i yenr old record iiK, sold lor Moiicv due when rolt comes or mare - parted f.ibi(iuable blood. with. Mares jrjcd or ff. at reasonable prices nian tu, twice to Mambriua Chief n, 8 once to la,ooont public auction, Athadon, the chitiiipion with a vrailtnv stallion, record 2 47 On Iko.Ii sireaud Ameru at. Star 2s, twice to Harry Cl.tv Not resioustblu lor uuy accidents should any ocof pnciiuf and thoroughbred hloml dam s sole llreeic Wilkes is iclat. d in the folio slronc iufii-locur. ,, sold for He Gilt Kdi! i a beHUtiful red sorrel, Hsxy mine ji Is bred like Mi.nibriiio Maul ins noted horses. Siiiw.l a OS1,', Palo Alio 2 oSJ--t oo", Is'tnu by the same sire and their dams by MaudS a N'.tncy Hanks . m; Allcrtuii and tail, is bands ; inches high, was foaled Sept s ,11s ot Georce Wllki. He has two .oils foaled Nelv n 1 lo. Jay Lye Veo J 10, Anon 2 10I4, Direct ., ioo.., ami is .s perieciaaouie norse date, le.th lays, Inrsic ami tine, nn. I is jnntia lo fA, Kny Wilkes 4 Astell j u Ked W likes, ti.lt K.!ne was shoued as a i year old and took sure fi.al fetter Kvery inari be s.rttd last year, Guy Wilkes, Ac. Red WilLes and Axtell made the sweepstake premium , it Kirksville and Dm-silwith one exception, is, I think, nafe in foal. He season, at $10 each liiore they become famous, and in bis ownrilttfat ll.irrndsburs. Those at my stables .il M and you now hase the opportunit) to breed to who want la breed to a ..od is.ddle stallion are will make (lie season of llreee W likes ut (he low pr ceol cordially invited to look at our horse and see bitii kin lie) at the lev pru e of 1 1 Wedge wood 436. $10 to Insure Living Standard and Registered STARTLK 11V MA.MISKIXO 401; Breeze Wilkes. '. SCREAMER Tin- - : JR. Mte of I'lialla- :ij. Director '.'.IT. ami ' mlier- - in the L':ai li-- t. ami v.ran.1 -- ire of Direct 'JAM',, Nnncv llank- - .w, M'khart ,':! I J, ami .:i .,th,.r. in the'J.ldli-t- . Dk r.Toithvllainbletoii-in- n islre of Lli.iioiiitT. ieir;e U'ilkt- -, IVMer, etc'i .lain Clara, tdaiu of --'l"i Alma iM's ;. and -- toria lf:l sv Viiiericau Mar II of t(. .Inni- - ot sJuylM'J. IsoU.rt .MttSrc.r'.'iri. I dam Mice, .lit Almmit :i:i, uvonl iNl'if, by MhIiiIIiiIi I'M-iie.! . -ii Sired by Dlotntor 113. ' etc of ji, 11 jJ,. sotitti; -- iiddle -- tallitui will stand the sear-.uf IS'.ij at my -- table four mile- - Mu- -t of 'tiinfiiil, on tin- - ...nuts mad leading from Kowland. and will be to sfi'te '" marc- hue ij, At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. hl hand-liiir- .Maitl'.'ll and IVIitmiit. iri nf ISfjilitinliv Chief II. nut of a dauhtei of I'iloi. .Ir (sire of ihi'damof .Maud S. Almont in iolil-iiiit- li .' .Minn-brii- m i h'itui l. ear-ol- d ii, 111 tt S ii;, C.'idtiiu-lclnse- ly .' to, .- GILT EDGE 261. , , -- - i", -- ' Ian and iVilimec: lie - a ..by Norman .'.. nf Lula iii.iIhiiiii Inv. black mane and IMI?, .May (in-e. '.'0, tail, I car-ol.'ib .if .May. lit h of the dam- - of Xorvnl iiml ueih- - l,'.,iNItoiiii(l. coiiiuiatiil-J!lTi.vl"iiniiy I.obinsou s. il.tlilf 4orimiu .Medium I in in appearance and ...til, X. .... bum. Hied by the late by .Morse elc.i, lloi-- c It; N'leailUT; ilunt In Second (iill. Ilis-iill tlamSloeum wu- - too in Lincoln N't camel, inaie, by .Mii:niiiii coiiiilv in need any fin ther ineitiiou here. .Mates tiled to ibis Inu-IT tiailetl or ;t dam Yoiinj,' Twyinaii mate, bv icinnvcd font the iieiuhbnihitod without t'.u'tir tie Leon tllevi-'- i kiilt.li,i nn, ...,. 1I1.11 sin-- , ..... ....I I.. C....1 dam Old Tt.yiiiiin mare, (uu1111,1, i." 111111 !.... .111forfeit the li and the luolie. traced o hold a Hen on the coil until the ea-s iKtllllil DiiTmit will make the of !Ml at Mstiei. kept on mainoue.N - pidd. ul per iniiiitli at u.vher' Insuro a Living Colt. JAMES H. PEPPLES, JR . ? Stanford, Kv. My iiiieMiiMli lallinu h On Tunc and nut of a Nnnewnll .Lit knui mine will al-- n iniike the n sum, dm,. n, ,.,,.(, The I'leiniiim ouiiir Sitilille Stallion, -1 ..It in the 'Jvl -- '.VWl li- -t i P ri.-- fl . well-know- n v, well-know- n llo-iiui- c, '!- -. - io-- s 111 - seil-o- i M-- -- n-oif 111 1 ii-- k, S20to -- n-mi biK-l- s s Coi-taulin- e McCREARY 131. : At $10 to Insure a ''I'' pre-ent Living- - Colt. to Insure a Living Colt. wW'ilMn.ike the a-on of I Mr.' nt my K ., anil will bo rJnhlc in Lniica.-le-r, serve inaic- n BRATJMOITT. "i -- At $15 to Insure a v .Mi Living1 a Colt, I ea son nt inv lrafl Mulll, .11 will faun at himself I al-- make the ii ai' !,, oi, in,,, bus , " Clean i.ii.'n i:i.tim:i.. is Hi hand- - SIO to Insuro a Living Colt. lie ha- I ear- - old, ha- - and action and biii luapiilicciit t. hih, le bcautlfnl in I Wll at ixdh cutis. lack-o- carriao o .nL.mliil have 11 lu I'Ol'K GOOD JACKS, man-parte- '";, - sh , .VN, "" ... "". ""'". 1 M iti T . .'t'i- :- - l u . f-- v i -- S3 a V ' NEW BLOUSE GCWNSf TTIiy ORIGIN OF A FINANCIER- - THE DESIRE EFFECTS FOR HAS LONG, SYLPHLIKE DEPARTED. J Olltr llnrprr In for Women , I'ri'tly 'urnli llonii llr.ss mill llliislmleil. Tlmi'ly hiiiI liiti'tcotliit: Nitr ISjui'liil wonM set'in Nhw Vuiik, April M if tln km", kIiii I'fi'i'fts iluo to tlio lo npiifiir lmu IuhI their day. Hiiui-- cvurjlMxiy N mw iiji:itsiii)i tiu now IlncHiini lilmiMt ilnsw, Hiul it in tfi lo wiy llmt within four wrcko ivt'rv woiniiu who rah ciiiniMPstliu nwult will iipponr in C'osMck gown. Tliu lii4tiuKtiiliiiv; trait iilxxit thin is a plain ekirt with t triniiniiiK tnl n liloufo with the skirt iiuito lcug iMioiit;li to cumtxumler tin htil of a (lmtblerkirt tic-fcir- o lr' tlir f.il-- t Mlra C(irrmllilriii'. .It It- - if 0 i v if pt a it 't ' m:w iiiwii: nnifrsra. ImjHoiI in. Souio or the lilmiMj nl:irt., reach quit. to tin knees wil ithr not u alwiiyi oih'ii on far. Tin lilon the left MV from top to Ixittotn, iiml in fanii'iKl hv buttons anil imttoniHili-untone by a htniihl. rotiiul largo or two eiimll bitokliw. Tho buttons and are ipiitf1 largo nti'l nt rather rough, Imrliarlc imiko. The liHiiKoitiot iiml mutt triunniui; i a very nnrTow ixind of aMnikliuu antiiud thu liottoiu of both k.rt ami Monte; but as this would look out of mioii vwy soon would Miggoat lh employment of two or throo rows of rojH ounl amnud tho rkirt and nu row (tlging tin Mourn. Tlio hat in tutuwlly a cMu or tixpio iniitlo of th drt" iitftierial whon Tlio bloiiM is ihe garment of thin otiou The bloiiM Iimh tin doiibb n I , up it is ju-- t thu tliiutc for a Mender young Irg uio and looks eqrtHlh well on a iluiup ona. Tliuio is a Ming lining tittisl lil;o ;t i'orot rover. whih in nevonry. lit her-w- i tlit blouo would "hitch." Tho clwved am rather full ami wriuklwl at Ihn top ami plain toward tho Uittom. Divves aro i-n now in whudi hi tus a doturiuiuod iittoitlpt oto rcvi e tho old doiibbi hklrt, and tli.-- bloii (xjiiio rouiewhat under tlio Mime lie. .. Double hkirt.s aro not t,'nu'fiil, like t..e plain hkirts. uitli their uubrtikeu Iidck. Tho ldl tkirt is Mill made, but the plait.s aro no Immer laid under and ft. toned. Tho bark breadth is put on in ouij doublo Itov pluit. fastened only at the top, which allow it to fall in a Kitireful hweep, carrying out the idea of tho Watt rati plait to a certain extent. a gown. It is made ive hero of daik bluo Mtrah with white loeiiKe.s as laro h u (iffy cent jiiere. Around plait-inthe lttoui them a miht1i of dark blue Mitiu; the pkirt is nut dnij red in tho front and has a deep Wattt'iui plait at the Kick of tho whicli falls with easy urace. Thohleevi'i are hih ami wriukliMl, ami the wai-- t is inado b lu inc plaits up to a point in front and liack to tlio neck, over a Kinip of white cnijHi. A belt of white ritilxm is twittl around tho wnit and a Wdttoati Imw with loni; ends decora. e tho back, falling nearly to tho foot of tho dres. I ye niw a youiif,' lady in the stn-otetilay with a daik pwvu dres, ami on n l lltviih bm-klf- t 1 Olroll rrrTerrpil lliotnrrt lo I'litltlr. Nr:iv YonK, April .. Thoinon of New iorK stato wiio nave gained reputo ny reason of their achievements usually themselves either (o jsilitics or to literary pursuits. Yet it is probably true, as was onco said by Counnodoru Yanderbilt. that the men who shape the business of tho nation, at least so far as tiuatit'f is concerned, aro more influential and yet le heard of outsido tho circle of llnanciers than are the politicians or (he literary men. .lust now Mr. Fnil I Olcott is att meting attention to himself by reason of certain achievement which ho has constim-iiiilein the financial woild, and while ids inline may not apiMir in the news-jihjafi frequently as din's that of Mime of the men who aie piumment in New York state jMditics, wt Mr. Olcott in n man of grcMtcr intlm-iicKrhnis than any ixditiciau. bcane thrutigh his mauagpmeiit he contiols millions and millions of dollars. Mr. Olcott h r"cently attracted to himself tho attention of ii'uancient, not only in (his country, but in Uumisi, be- cauiHi lit seems to Imve lsHn nblo to ar-mngv for the ieorgaiii-iitioi- i uf railroad prnptrtii-- which pnictically gridiron (ho rnliiH Hindi. The securities of tho vari pits ccnipaiuett involved in (his reorganisation Hinonnt tomoie IliiuiHW.OOO.lKM). a much larger sum than at tho legiuuiug of the civil wnr it was thought that the national government would havo to pro-in order to pay the expenses of that rout!. The arrangement also involved the iiiHiinKeiiieut of nearly !M00 niilos of railwHy, or practically almost all of the rsilnsid cummunicntiou bi'tweeu tho stales mini it the Mississippi river and Hitith of the Ohio and Potomac. Mr. Olcott onie years iiifn was doubtful aKntt his career, lie hud Ken bred in AlKiuy a a bunker in the otllce of Ins father. The senior Olcott win president of a bunk in that city at a tune when AlUiuy was almost as imortuut a monetary center as Nw Yoik citj. 'lho politicians of the north liuulo AiUuiy their center and huiio of them e tablishel tb cloit relations with the senior Olcott. Olcutt was a mere lnd when these men used to meet in Id Tattler's back parlors, nt a he lMnnl their con vorfltion ho lvcHim impious! with thu idea that tho Iwisis of Mihticil jmrtics is, after all, a thiHiiciKl one, hikI the Kiont isxites which dhid.tf the imtlii-- uro also (iunn V, de-vo- to ImI UtlSToCK 9l- -. . Otts- - AND STEEL BOILERS, FOWL. ORNAMENTAL WATER Soiiin iMriii-iiiiilini- Upright and Horizontal. i d st u and village, however Most of thepo contain miniature lakes which ought to have, if they have not, beautiful stutely swans in them. It will khmii odd to remember that a hundred years ago swans weie reared for tho table. Tho ilesh of old swans was not imlafnlile, hut the cygnets were highly esteemed and held tho place which the turkey now has in the poultry i culm. Then the turkey Miuie and displaced the cygnet for eating. Now the swan is simply a beautiful oruimeii,al wiUr fowl. piiutll. now lips its park. llri''ils 'oimtiiIii- - llnnilftotne Stationary, Semi-Portab- le 26-hors- liver," town ft Suuiik. power. Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. o sizes up to and Portable. All jMT "JJJjIXSJJ!'TB) 3' Wrue for Krtc Illustrated rimplcU and your want to THE JAItfES LlFFEI. & CO., Nt.VV VO- K Cirv SPKtNT.nr.LD. OHIO XVLlX. CRAYON PORTRAITS ? FRAMES a: o o TZ. r O ffl H t ! 5 . s r s J s . .mm' -- v . - w "r-- S nM ni i&b new SSTf 1 1 ii Hi- m,. - - -- . W3ete MVHfc. 3rK Wc, tbe p'lWiMiersrf " Vor'h American Hiics," m onlcr to increase the cirr'ihtion of our Jji al thiuushout the Unite it Stalennixl ( nulj.wi'l cml till year over onn hundred tliuuimiil Uullara atnonc our new subsenben In the form of an artistic Crayon Portrait and a han'JMine Iraire (as per cut below), to be made Ireo of cliargn tor every new sutivrribcr to" North Aruoriciiti Homes." Our fnrullv Journal Is a monthly publication c ansWInc of 1(1 pases, filled wiUi the best literature of the day, by tome of the beit authors, and is worthy of tue crent expense e are doing for it. hicht years aco laeAviw i cm n area nau only aDout io,iu oauy ls It lias orrr rO.COO. miction, was obtained bv iudidous adverti-rncand a latWi ciDcnditureof morcy. What the ptietor of the.V. J'. Herld ha accomplished we feel confi- dent nf doinjr oursches. We have n larpp capital to draw upon, and the handsome prrinium c are einn; you will ctrtalnly plve us the larccst circulation of in the world, ihe money we are spending now amone our subscribers xvill soon comeback to us In Increased circulation and advertisement. 1 he Craynn Portrait we will have made for you will be executed bv the larccil association of artists H this city. Thrirworit isamonc the finest made, and we Ciiiirniitce yrU an artistic Purirait and a perfect likeness to the original. There Is nothing lioreusefulasuellasrirnancntal than a handsome framed Crayon Portrait of yourself or any men btr tf yt ur fam.iv ihrrcfore ihi U a chance In a li'climc to net one already framed and I wdy to hang in jour jailor absolutely freo of cliurgo. cir-Thto-dnt M, To all our Subscribers for 1392. 18 o r. I p. ft Ir G Ct 0 y Ids r. anvrrr X O o I WHITi: SWAN. Tlio I'i tiltry WirM ives. nfcoiniuny-iiiftlio illiiHtnilion bi'low. tho lollow-iniiifiiniiiiti(iiixluiitKimo of tlio li.'iiid-t-omo-- c g it BEAD THE POLLOWIHa GBAND 30 DAYS' OFFER: Send us $t M, pore f ir one year subscription to " North Amerlran Homes," and send as also n photcsripli, tintype ur datrucrrotvpc of yourself or any member of your finnly, tlvinjr. or dtad, and c It mal.e vou from me an artistic hilf life nln Crayon 1'ortriilt, and put the I'oruaii ta a fjood substantial Rill or Urouio frame of 2 lucU moulding absolutely SQi''r you n genuine 1 rench class, boxing and . I. out ai.i scn.i... witri jour photo- '. mis " . it . alo your nulnrrintir n. rraiih at u inn rmit bv Draft, I. O. lnth Money OnU-i- Pxptes Money Order, or l'uul - ., o.Jk i.aablc to . o-, .'- ft jwit YM M en I n of hWHim: TIicmj Jnrgc, white, loir nocked Kwiiimit'ih in tlio iiulilio jurl.-r lrii -k rBEs555S3!3SSSS3S5!S iZttVmiriM .. Vt .V. .i.M.SW'.ClH. Vwr05W'sJ3l-ifviVvrVfi- GMwmmnv ft of tmr - Cllll. fti-i-1- 1. Young Obi.tt. impres.sfd with this idea, cuine t. Ni w York just after the lb- h el many cltm.' uf lie v hi - lri'-nd- WW &yQeSMu&miiaGtsisHM& a&fS tlio shorw;, Utkiti lakinnii bits of liimint from the hatuLi of the NORTH AMERICAN HOLIES. PUBLISHING CO., chihlriMi if tlio s.,frci(fii jhiii1o, not ro- - 7t;rcr-iicc-- . 7ft-- ld Drwitt rtlmadcc I , RnllHInd IfflTD IOrJt. :,lrwj.t.!oa2iowiaodbial5ta.Ncw Vgrt .f llOnU DUUUlllg, netf VaV jOCtlll)? JKUlllltn Wllfll utriTtrll. t5IHkniK of tlio swan in umenil tormu For Character ofWork we refer to the editor of the Interior Journal. K' io. of tin whitKtiri'M si Inn may lic.huit itiK'i-l- : A vhit tilturmtio ciitirc, black a nil Mil, A Specialist with a State RepuMirimnuiteil liya hlat-- knoli, wiuiotimeH ralloil thi lHrr.v. 'J his tolN thontory. tation for Curing Obscure N am aaent for Ihe Cinlral Kenui'KV Htit.t Fom the fo'lciwinc stanilard l.iu knows that tho fwan has n Cnilim Mil. helUtirmJ, Whit' mci.c I'Ki'iiih Rocks Fence to., 'it Laiiraitcr, aim orter fcrici Oi Chronic Diseases. 'llnMl.in xtrain ; While I echurt i 'Kiupps both nyfe'f .it the Company to Ihe iit'.tusof vory loiix no k, nd it may lo noticed mrain) I am vrrv thabUful for tin' liber arattly yardtil, tgi Lincoln county that tho bill is nearly of ihw widtli in pure. I'rue Si frr ntinir of ?; al patroUJe and linpe v fair dealing m i W M, SlILt.AKS, L".mLa-ir- , Ky merit aeontinuante. f'arme-- s m need of a pood front and at th- - ban-- , and that it high forirewill hud me ti ihe Mycrt IIoje inStanfotd in tho ni r They aro not only strong on eaih Coi ntv C i rt dnv. 'o- - i m hwintmi-rs- . M W JHMX50X. CO TO (ly with lightness and but in llockH. Swau's down is Koin t'iv. Thf very soft and line Tho food consists of Arliviic Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co. .ilotif de-n'ri- iit 1ii- i itii-H- , cotirxin over miiiiu-tur- o AhJX .ttiz2Zr A3PSB2S5ME8?iBS -- I M h, EGGS FOR HATCHING, TO THE FARMERS. le rc-'l-! 1 Af-TIMU lo-ii- " . in-- , 'yy th-i- . 'fe, n w;spjwjmw m$ 453 Ji A hmk. u 1 mh-1- i i- -, rte n kl, t I. OUuTT. vflw wit of Krrut inllnence in the Iwnk-iand (iuancial world, Uom'oo C'onk-liwlu at that time was just lsj;in-niiifhis caiecr as United States was a warm friend of tho youm; ntanVi ami ued frispieiitly to say to him that theie was no more important lelation letwisn jiolitics and bniiies than that which the kuikcrs if Wall stits't Francis Keniau, who was a M'nator from New York also, was much iuteie-te- d in this youm; man, and iim.s1 onietinie to say that the opjioi (unities' ollered for a caicer as a financier were far moro tempting than any of of jsilitics. 3Ir. Olcott spent soiuo twelve ears on Wall Mreet, learning the methods uf that great liunucinl u n, con-trolle-thoal-lureineiil- ;!? ntn .'-- ,' C green color and very largo. Tho time 12TOTJ Deili-In of incubation is from livo to six weeks. The male swan "hangs around" during thu Foreign and Domestic Fruits, thin piocess. and takes an interest in tho Confeilioncrit-i(.li.family prosperity. When just hatched .JESSE II. tho cygnets are covered with down of a Hat with hi. .t first cla ba'M.r and can turnitb gray color, ami with no delay accom- kcrp the nicest the t Jail Urct ..rittrol read, Cke and the lite on short tiotuc. s7 pany tho old birds to search for food. After awhilo they aro covered with Fancy Goods, Fruits, SALE. LAND Candies Nuts, Cigars feathers of a dark brown color, but change gradually lor a icriod of nearly Sutv IvuAcr'Kot Splendid Land, Mtiuled 's Ar.d ToI. ceo in the ity miliAfrom Stanford, on Shelby City turnpike, two years, when they leeoiuo purely Apply Jto me al adjoiiiiv Mr. K. Jone white. Many of theso birds livo ton HUGH IlF.ll Stanl.itd, K good old age. It has said that a Th..t he aSo ihe,cht.iptt xto. k ol swan's chances, for hung seventy years aro as ginwl a. those of a temperate man MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, who takes a cold wattr bath daily. grain, tendir nlantb found in tho water, Tohaxe vour photor.raph made. V u ill nnd Minenund (hipptrt of th. r,ENl."l K mails, hsh. etc. that he ill al ays treat you ptfht and clvo ion tiol). Kememter he mane pictures of all WHien theso birds aro let alono, and Jlnfi Original Coal. photo from the the diffctCHt have freo mvhik in making thoir nestd. graph up t aiie, nun portrait Hi tinallift watel life lie cravon, Try it W ire thr nle .if rnt for smtifotd HO'' ntnr an ntrll If you hue a pictliri' vou they jnle up matt rial abont two feot Kcwiaud Office li mr ul Uet ktrett andnii iil pay J aiit high and fitcfeet in circtimfon'iico. Tho coi 'r.n.aCk'i it .my c.ie toou tu ittec hima Kflon roaderoin; t n wnh hac made, he it t HIOGINS A WATT- alway be lure lu tu lor ml rr inl Hiil fitting down jilaco is in tho middle and J. EAIU', Stanford, Kv.' part, in whirh aro deKsited gennimor erally lesH than nine eggs, of a grayish SSL ?. EABP, I jfKSliTj.STj Jellico . f 'J a 1 sain-fa- il .i-.- y IDOIT'T KITOT7 rjav:ay.onn0 r . WEAKEN 11 jBs jHi K7 B Hr K ac-- 3 t i FOR J. S. APPLEMAN M. D.. THC CKLEURATED Ix-e- QN'T FORGET Ke-- 11 ol Kdodt for Staple Groceries, Formerly I'iolecrof I'raiti oof Medicine, And Provisions, Milliner and Dress Maker Electrical Medical College, Comer Main ami Depot Street, Veseublrj, nil llut he ex laners all kinds c , i English Specialist, TORONTO, CANADA, Now Kx.mi!iin5 1 rlc , tur uhi llaion, I be pa .art), the I'titter, Kjc, PiUtort, Stanford, Hat --- --- Kentucky. ? . af-Vp- Highest Market Prices. ; dood ilcl'ered H w III.AC K inwhnre in the city t nd his ttiii made ft Koland d.u-'- y returned from the emc, uherc she bought an clc-an- t tn. k uf hpnn (icoilk, lm.li hi is iutlv prctid lo shuiv She mite all whelhir the) Lny or not No io troulitMi shu jt(MHli Tlff.'j 71Yr mt l'hjsuiau f the ' 1 Southern Medical Institute, LOUISII.I.K,KY. MXKKI 3mkr SWANS. ASSICITEE'S SALE OK J. II. BAUGIIMAN, FIKLAXOMOKM Will be at Stanford, Tuesday, April 26, From a. 111 s t ri f whiilMMil. he was offered (he of comptroller of New Vork state b iieruor huciiii Uobiuun. To l coiiiptioller of Xew York is practi- tlio liaci; ot ii-- I he To his ' neck was a Watteau Uw of dark red lluttensl fas-tone- d nblHiii, which wildly in the wind and in one instance (lapped aiouud jhi-lit- another woman's neck. And ihe wasn't wry. in off. i nl til jIlYj I'ui-rrr- taking it think it bei-aiu- ht.ntled her, and then sho had allowed it to Htartlo her, much "til lfcMMnacJ as men do when M i:ii itot'.i: they Klip down DIM . tai tho hide walk. tdionld hao uieutioiiid when of tho-- o blou-e- s that dark Hiisiuu Kreen cloth, dark reeu or blown velutina or hoiiiu ot the coinlxir shades in Knli-- h hernt', aio tho iinct suitable (or street wear. The pretty liouo lire can iiade m lihnllio or iM'ivab or pique, or, in short, any ihmIn that one piet'ers, only, in cae kikmIs, it should bo made ol narniw French hemmed ruiHrn should tako tho placo of the nso plait in?,', or pinked out rutllcs forvilk. Tho new spring cajn-r- uio muiic of colors. For them in very sistoiiishin jnstniice, I noticinl ono that wim of lilac Bedford cord, embroidered in tine gold thread and Mudded with gilt nail it was to Ih worn asu reception and full vititiiiK toilet with n drabcloth skirt. ami i iioticu that nearly all vu hprinp wraps, except tha covert com!, liavo little curled rucliiiiKS of otnch or peucook's plumes, and tho capes, so far us 1 can sec, do not vary in tdiapo or stylo from thos of fall. I think tlnir jsipuhirity will carry them ovem couplo of seasons, but Uio hateful sack gains favor 1 am sorry to say. Ouvk Hakpbu. 1 1 wu-huh- le luiry that ho t . cally to Ik- the banker of the state. When Mr. Olcott lsvame coiiiptioller he loalised the very gieat jsilitical whiih he held in that iition, and wlieii the jihticiaiis of his party to hint Wo will mw uoiiiiuateyou for novel nor," the temptation was very to Mich iroMitiiu. But gnat to Mr. Olcott hud already received fiom men who controlled vnt auioiints of money to return to Wall Mrcot as the head of a Kinking institution, and after a pusl deal of doliltcrn-tioi- i he divided that the rewards of a (iuancial career were far moio tempting than tlioM of politics. Ho therefoio went to Wall tivet alsjiit ten years ago, kiiowuus the imiii whoilid and he not desire t.i do troy projieities, but to jneere them. In that capacity he tHik rank with Mr. l'ierpont Morgan, who is geueially rogaided as the greatest financial and constructive genius that Wall street ban known in the present geneia-turOlcott is eteeiued a morn audacious ami ricky man than Morgan, and miiiiu of thoe who 1ihh found fault with his method-- , havo insisted that Milne dav he might go too far and entail ruin upon himself and tho pniixjitietJ which ho undertakes to prwrve. liiko most of tho men on Wall Micut whoaccoiuplishgieat things, Mr. Olcott is a gisjd liver. ll likes the good things of life. Ho is fond if a fast horse, h enjoxs tho theater, and ho thinks that peihaps the highest art is that of perfect cooking. Ho look like a man who lives well. Within tho pat year Mr. Olcott has linanced properties HUiouutiiig to nearly half a billion of dollars, or an amount moro than tho national debt, and of couiso tho man who is able to Ho whut ho has. demo in tho money world is iwog-nize- d by tho uieu who control millions as a persoa f HiiAiiuial genius. li-t- cn jiro-jsj-a- ls lei-uin- n. grt K. J. KllWAKDS. Another sp" les worthy of mention, on aecount o( handsome appeariuico and large 'i.v, is the bl.uk necked swan, AsAijni-- t f - Ihe benetit if ilu creditun. of J ulti'r tur .ili prialci a I ract uf found in the southern part of South Mai. 'In1. America, basing a range from the ..rul in Hit In nun!) Straits of Mnnellan as far north as BraCo ii 315 zil. Tin naval knob or lerry on this hiN Karm i well unprmtil and kcII watind swan is red, teather on neck and head Tlie ditHtit Ii uc - loiiiinodioii anil will liii It Ui liciti I would ell jet hhuk, except white rings uliout tho 411M.1 plii.le of An eyev. The body plumage is pure white inparn's. imi' pri el iiniuimnu v acre, on l tin di Iiiir 'Until! ., .mil III. i.tlicr ami the leet aro pink. This peculiar ar- uliichres mi wlii' Ii In ni imcmi ni itie Ml -103:11 I ,Hm1 iitlti lrilotii rangement of colors may bo called KihI "fancy,'' and it is certainly inteiesting House and Lot in Lancaster lo those ivrsonv xvho abhor monotony. Brick iccupli'd by It K. Mi Ki.neit a ilni The black necked swans have been liiie. and stand conliiieincnt well and Two Vacant Lots in Same Block, breed freely m that condition. I 'hi (lu ivliith lln hi.ux". hi ic tin mlv buriiLil Ilrrtt'4 for I'lttteliiiit;. ut the vaunt lot yhun iinmedi.itt ly mi Not all animals have th same apti- compll ukc with terms id ali I In ui' Isrvnt-11- I fur ill be but ihr puiclux'r tude to lay on tlesh or ilevh of the same In tin thi niuirum timi' ot iiiiv.iu, K.i rm nill l uf Hi,. Uliunln Cminl ipiality. Theie iv not only a great difference in breeds, but an almost einial jin'n il nl Srplrmlw'r 'I Ihi' n m.iIiiuVr In . n.il dill'eieuce in individual animals of thu liistullint'iits uf ( anil i uiout lis. I.iinnf piri'rnl same bleed. Thero is not only a differ- Inli rtsi unit ni nlunii'. Al. C AUFI.K. ence between animals i their ability to Also .iboiit c.i barrels uf CORN, tn tiuk f and 34 SilOATS fur digest food and convert it into uieat, hut different animals put a gain on their carca-e- s in different places. While one will store it on the mast undesirable parts, like ribs and foielpiarters, an;, other will put the bulk of its gain upon loins and hind tiuartcrx, and as a tioiind of loin or ham is worth more than twice as much as a pound of the fore quarter or inside tallow, too much attention cannot l given to tho selection of animals for beefmakiiig, not only of P v the In'st beef breeds, but uUo of the beef tyiies of these bleeds. With a little expeiience ami close attention one needs make but cry few mistake-'- . By --electing Shorthorns or Hereford or their grades and those with llaviuir removed my lUrber hnop tc the Com heavy hind i(tiiirters with u huge devel- mercial Hotel, am opment of hams and broad, slroug buns, small heads, (inn horns, mellow skin Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, and fine, silky hair ami a general thrifty apiieurauce, one will not often bo In anything they may uh in my line. Hum New waited on. Call "n uiu. in the result. Yorker. THOMPSON, Gray horse livo longept, roams i InJComiaercial Hoirl, it is said. HEAIa ESTALE. I i 1 INSURANCE AGENT, ,Keprteiitin; eer pi b p ri . one da inlj, returning four uveV. during the jer I , tain inj; I iiu-- e I Acres. Hartiord, of Hartford, Conn., Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Ins Co.'of Noith America, " .loe, mini h are first i m Companie. I Inl. le plrasnt ! wait on my Itit niUui uiU line. tnrn I Will it sure xainst inptly .cie pn Al! of h . I Dr. Applrm.in is r.ijuaf cf ltellevue Hospital Mediiul Collese, New York City, and IheKlec- -' trU.it Medical .'oIlc;c, Toronto, Canada. He has ktud) nl ihf vIiicjscs he treated in made a the meal lielkvnu .mil CliarityHoipit.il for noaiipcrinr m ilunoslnir ycirs and nd ticutuiir Chronic Diseu-v- s He devote all his time to the treatment nf ihroni- and licrvou.i im.iIi ee .ind his -- kill .11 an epert ill iliciM' nf iliis i.nt i wellc.iab.ilied Tieattme-ccssfullwould and nov-en- il I'lH-.sy, -- .Itl.i. Md without Hi li'd'Tj' liare N.itii na' II ink, Stanturd. Olb. e ii l ri' an ' l'luni . I ir lining iUu-- e Permanently Cures Kar, Dealns, Divine of Kjc, Kur, Nosv, 'Ihroat, Lungs. Kirincr. Urinary mil HUdrlrr tniililt. ll i...p.i, CaP5ti- Ilriahl's Di.enH l)i hr, much, KliiumaUMU 4ud I'jrulym,, Kpilepyor 5 i I) 'its poiitii-mi n nr in'dilVyeil Ihiii n(Trinc from iiih icm 1 , 1 riino.-- , ilu- - n.ult of errors or ei.ers, should nrteturi- It is loo latn.. t'r sur.inten a run- il eii-- v b n l rune too far. Super ll muis li.ur arnl .11 eruptions of the fjee 11 lid Chronu ( aturrh, Kincin 111 irA Jt3 w. c. CKSSKiira, HUSTONVILLR, KY . i-, .' -- In- ir, 'i,v--l- iiii tioner.e Also hanulcfc .M..bne l'luw Chilled xnd Stii-- l Cul- Corn l'l.intei, li.i keje UNjlors. Double SiiocK. lum a trial Mow. r and lllniW r - Dealer iu Groceries, Hardware, (ueenari-- t.tas.itf, Cutliry. ia'jlt and , . - 1 jE! - pucset llarnesi.iiiit.oiil- permanently remni d N.-- l fiir Blood and Skin Diseases. I m As i (iliili-r . On.-tM- ril cn-l- i; A 1872. 1892. lf -- Orchard, Lawn, Garden.! and ionics prepared loetjmiiie ' IminiTM' t'" I of Fruit and Ornp111e11t.1l T tiiniratle lie utilertakCi 1'in.v. h mdriiU iven upni die. iiialt fruit-- , Shriib, Vlnri and Plaut 10 iiiil our profits, ieae low. We have no .n-nl- s hem theirs littfin t.cneral and htravvliurry (.ata- ..1.. ..!.... ... loiiiirs on aniiiiLAiiiiu 10 u orrhra, paluful mmiu'ii sitn MenstriMtio'i Hisplai emeiit ol Wonih, bearing (limn pirns in i.a. k lelieied in hoit time. The Do nir cirrus all hi psirtahle liiMrtiinenl DieaM.-sc- t ured iiy s. roful.1. Stricture, Olcct, etc i.nlmij icineiUm , li &A IC V icdica! unit s iruK .1 t.s the nicit olcnrr J" V i- VI -. A hut cures r' ' I- -- let mMt$ iZ4 u J m-1 fcoMl 7 II. r- HII.I.KNMKVKK, l.iniuisioii, CONSULTATION FREE Aril Confidential. Addriss J S Al'l'IKMAN. M. D , I oimsllle, Ky. 4 K I' f I 'I l.L wwj 111111 uts.il Ilia llkt U IVIVMHI tii,t.ti-ttt4ttsvt. Ii.Iiiii.i.iii r ft on our tiiitK without per ollicrs list to trespj miction, as alt uJi will hv procc.ited to tic lull cit ett'tt uf the law Signed .!. onfw.'a MWi'rr 1. K. I'.KUCI it TIIOMAs C I1AII. SIKKI.K1IAI1 r .. POSTED. I, jan .f3 A. Q Scintifio Aeriwm Ageiey ftr . 'L CI.AKK A.M. II. V, 1!A1NK. lAMKStilVKN, i S. IMill.UIPS. ANION ld)N CkKK 1 IfLiiiwiid H HBiHfBHHHfBHfjB CAVEAT. TlfADC MARKS. BCSION PATENTS tc. COPYNI0HT8, For .nfnnnatlnn and frea Handbook writ to n.n yokk. am BmiAiiwAr. Nw . Oldest Imrnau for aecnrtUK patnnt.t In Kvery piiteiit taken out brim ii hronitht lu the tbe public by notice (tveu reu uf vbaiva Anu-rlca- vj . HENOl.Ds THE ' F. RILEY U. HOUSE. Kentucky. FKANK RII.fY. ml co ' s "fit IlILEY,Proprtetor, - disap-Hint- ed Chil-ali- o London, 1 . wit-B- JESSE tirrn, 77 have moved 10 ray new Hotel and am betui prtparcd than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attachwl andeveiy convenience de.. 1 Scientific ;r: mrvtca its I N unc tm vu. M.n I.arreit rlreutatlon of an adentlflo pai'' " ' worm. riiiiitiitiiir ajliislmtfl. No uiIijIIwmi.. uan ihould be without ir. Wrrklr. fc:I.IIM . 1J0 six nionlh. AJ.lrcM llN-- A CtJ,1-York. Broadway. New '! ,i. 2- V... MP' k '.!, r t '?! ( Hi I prisomneut of some, whileotheia eluded LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. the grasp of the law nnd tied to parts Isa Candidate for Circuit luiltrn In ,i, ,1), III.. When all the aspirants for pi evidenOne of its Alleged Members Gives it to unknown. We then thought that i) trlct. nubjecl to the actioii of thedi'tmrati. p.irtt very mornlug in Stanford and I vt III deliwr in. P.imor and Rubs it hnd gained a victory in f.ivor of law, so tial honors make up their minds an to Koulaad atone cent per pound orninv cents por .s.,c. ) j uli.it tlinv mint, linvr wnnlil il 1I0 fnrthn hundred AW accounts uuc last 01 ccn unh. Fumisaea every luo-u- n, - " (To lhe &Utor Interior Jonl. ." ' V. HUGHES briety and peace. lint alas, James. . JAMKST. IIUMI, f . t Alaa trta!. r Kb. s people to make up their minds ns to -- . i ""i"-1-Manfurd, Ky .uinoLKnuiiu, pru more, the Hon of tho tribo ol this illegal AUA'ANCK, Candid-itfor Comnionnt-altIs I'MH YEAK IX t Attnrne In ihWtlu idh Judicial lllftriil, subject tu theac-liocounty, wlio lias who they want; or have tho people any. iiKoiiHiiuri.ii i in mw Honor trallic in ot thi Di m.4.racy A nt o p H132.50 tittl he barged ' ciiiuati Jluquirer making fearful allega made himself famous in the violation of thing to do with it? Miss Carey has wiitten a very readtions ng dust myself nnd others in re- - law and in lying in the county jail to . i. S. OWSLEY, pnrd to the destruction of a blind tiger pay his fines, was ready to occupy tho able story for LippincottV Magazine en Kor niacins either brandy nr whisky 1 not, rtill K. ii. LOCAL TIME CARD. IIKRKIMI, fin jrnodai new Isa Candidate for Comironuenllh's Attorney sub ,.,. and the breaking of some. jugs tilled new field, eager to reap the ricli harvest titled, "Hut Men Must Work." Theie and Wormsot Lauci.ter. on1.1 Lexington pile l'ot ject to the action of the DemoiratU miles west I'raln naves Rowland at J Oo a. irtui piny lit nny with whisky belongin to James l'ass- - that he thought a skillful outlaw like is a xhght tinge of the improbable in the ortice Marksliury, Ky Judicial I)iltict to xlnili Lincoln county may be it s:o .is.lcncd more or one William Wells. 1 notice himself might gitlier from a territory m tale, but that is the case in most of the L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. THE SHELTOK HOUSE. in the Intkuioii Joukxai. h statcmeut inviting. So he selects a willing tool, sensational literature of the age. M ul train some Nerlh Tho continued depression in busi- ".'.'-which in Bubstnueo is about the Fame. one William Wells, and begins his work. ItOWbANn, K . j,r " South W. J3. comment. iipyw is a subject of universal Express train " South ..1 13a ta Suflice it to Bay that not one woul of the Tho blind tiger ts again before the pub " " North i.6 join Bt.Uement, which mimu think win made lic w ith tho announcement by its keep Variou causes are aligned for this con Lsral Freight North 'lhl Huiite Ins been ietiltd ihrniifhoMt , has South. . S"i,B under oath, of Mr. Mr. l'assmoro was er that "it has grown to an elephant and dition of aflain, hut the stringency in passengers, The latter train al.ockiry Oitil utll side Mam urn l, in om e lei A LIVERY ATTACHED. the money market seems to be the one tieated by Dr. I., r' llnfluia Sunioid, Ky. The above is calculated on standard time Solar lrue ami uo one unacquainted vvmi me has come to stay." o minute faster time is about can form the slightest j circumstances On the tth of this month the citizens chielly instrumental in the hindrance to Truitleiit custom vilultrit vJoiy W CAKIIIKK, l'top characconception of what was done, nor would went to see tho Jumbo and by legal pro- trade and enterprise of a QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Tho outlook for better times in the they over think of the kuklux jranjr, as cess its keeper was taken into custody ter. I City as tollou Trains pus J um t SALOON South Hound No at j ' a m. . Xo ,i .(, it is styled bv Pasmore, being compos and is now payiuga fine of Slot) by in- near futuie is not bright. 1. arrive at Xo , lot i P in.; ISO eiti- - carceration in Mr. Spalding, of Maiioti county, hrs ej 0r lutJ avv aujjiug, church-goinAT KOWI AXI) - p. m. the county jail. Ax to uvv iflar i e No. 4 zciip. who are the 01 the North Hound No Menses at i'ioi r ,JX the blind tigr or elephant it is a tiling introduced a bill in the Legislature proY1 - l' uMtt I'Kal 5 jo a m ; 07 p in ; and Xo. . at k , healthy moral sentiment wo have in of tho past and the good citieus whom viding for the exclusion of children from 3:46 p. m- lb'M during the progress of cerI odr for st'e pin Heir my lrime our section. llnlrl aiiJ Mr. I'assmore wishes to arraign before ate now renting comniuuity, in- the court as a kuklux gang are now sup- tain classes of trials. This is said to be, Saloon Jt Rowland, which Incnted and a hue ut $i5 We organized in our '1& in per month Kit ctntrjdy imnt heiu at a terminal point in a iIiik-iocluding Middlchurg aud Yosemite, be- porting Mrs. Wells by acts of charity, and nrobsblv is. h move in the right tli- - lor business, ik I. It hat good welt, stable coil cf the cause we are one 111 this light against while they are feeding ill- uticttary in the lection, but if it is carried out, how will house and otherMARA C outliullilius. Adilress .MR- I , stanloid 4 a bov be expected to learn all the ways the illegal liquor tratlic in our communi- county jail. ty, what we style the law and ordei On the next day which was the oth and means by which he can shoot eome, HXJVTOIT, league for the purpose of standing to inst , l'a.xsinore came to which body witli impunity? What will be done eczema, and all executing is a distance of from five to. eight miles about tho "hip pocket dodge" ami the Dealer in General Merchandise, and assisting our otlicers in blood the law and putting ton perpetual end, from his home and brought William right ho has to kill his man under the Lumber and Shingles. take if possible, this infernal business that Wills two jug? of liquor and on finding piesumption that, hi- - belief that he was Goods sold fur cash only It clies me pleasure w' state to the public tu enei that am doing hides itself away in tho dark and, seeks that the blind tiger had been in a wieck in immediate danger of lo of life, r of tnicely under tle Cash Svteni atand thatI the people are rapidly cauhint 01 to the tict that is the its prey anions tho.--e who might be our he offered $.'00 to any man who would sustaining grcnt bodily harm, his better system, both for the buyer and seller, the) j brightest and best youths, could they be also know that I ell aoods lor about J thild less It will tackle his in the same way. After blow- him in taking human life, whether per- than my conpititer whe d crclitSustness He j protected while character is in its forma-- i ing around for a while he was told that opponent had any weapon upon his mciubr that I keep lonstatitiy on hand a spltn- relieve and cure tivu period. We knew w hen we took he would find himself in double sure if son or not ? Is ft boy to be deprived uiu 4iDiioicni iMwincp,,nnn tTT .. l... ... - ee lliKils.Mwt. Hat aud thr like CIH11 and nervous hold of this business that we had tough ho undertook to sell liquor in Yosemite. vt ..... .iw..w. .... ,.l...iu 1..... I, .,.,,1,. in,, u ihc. my stork, hicli is rriileuiilietl aliuast duly ..iv J II Mll.lU.N, Kuound. Ky 5Tir citizens to deal with. We understood He was also informed that the citizens desperado and to Imve Ins light- debility, and an.l keepbehaving hitn-e- lf to definitely that no iuuu except a regular would be in to see him in an hour or tired feeling. XOTICI. IOIIIK . . WILLIAM MOKELANI), tough, who cares for no one except him- two and that if he had the pluck to face ing his place? Alas' foi human ambi,e c I might say even destitute of nn oiderly, law abiding community, yet tion' self, and PUBLIC. Orders for Dealer Sheep and Hogs Cattle, It ha- - been stiggsted that Kentucky tespect, will, in the face of public a determined one, he would bo expected will you. Solicited s - Citlle and Si trv u ip- - ulty sentiment nnd in opposition to law en- to await their arrival. He did o and will be lepresented at the Columbian l'eroHs lasiiii; any of the ji.o.i Uc. ntH,l st.Hli I hait- opened in c.wirtiti with m Hotel, the foi sale or bluegage in anv business that he knows is a they came. Among them wa- - the mag- Imposition by a plentiful supply of wi.hlui I., pun hase ame, viU du well to call on or addrrss me An ci retinue ,.r liftcrn A. S. cuij-to his country. And the man who istrate and the sheriff. Witnese- - were rim, tnbni'i'o 11ml liHiiln. Of iviiirit' the busims as tweii ui muni 10 m an ' both toti.. burrr l1,",u,,l',.k, U patroni.essuch a business is no better sworn and l'assmoro was convicted ofi exhibit would not be compltt- - witln'Ut JLi X JCjJcCo SITRGEOX DENTIST. X a few specimens of our fa- -t hoi-e- s, jt tie Mr, Mo,,., j than the man who runs it, yet )ve can- linet v ote Odice on Main street, over V. It, McRoberts violatiou of the local option law aud Druj-- s tore, Stanferd. not hold a single couit iwithout some taken into custody by the proper author- sheep and fat cattle. If we could only First-Clas- s u casi:m.H I, I snhsn, 1. 1...1J rt the Mammoth Cwvu to the .!... 1.:.. ;.. PUliis. ui I1IIH W HO llUUlf lIll'IllUCISIlip 1" M,n .f ities and gave bail for his appearance on ol it te the public Brand Windv City it would be i greater attrac- AndouVrthe sentces they have which nike wy o. ' our churche?, testifying that' for them day set for trial, two was the Hth inst. tion than the "cake walk." The sumach iww se'iirles ami fresh Mooted n. j. MO R ft AN u. stable icinpare with boRhtor.iadBOineoiie toby fined in seventy odd He was cae. lion ha aNo been nude that a model of Tho Best In from .some one of these places of illegal dollars. DENTIST. Country. Mr. Clav at In, ni a a busine.-a- . a man of this kind is a To me moving to the Drains othce, Lantaster street. l'afsmore denied that the liquor taken the house in which I i.kr IS.I'ropnetor Xitrous Oxide-Ogiven for painless extracting. moral moiistrositv. A member of a to Wells' was hi- Said that Wells had Ashland should tie placed 011 exhibition, Al Itl'RN- - Mam, r STAN'rOKD, KENTUCKY. u was church a whisky guzzler nnd in league hired him to take it there and that it but the trouble i. the old mati-iowith the lowest class of outlaw- that the belonged to Wells. Mrs. Wells mid that torn down many year- - ago and the timLIYEKPOOL. M. ORAIG, country :i fiords. Beautiful picture, this! if we would ee that she did not sutler ber convert-- d into walking cane, Ac. iTTLIP (I ftEUU V DR. ' 1 Fl El UUf 1 D I and sold all over tl.o country. Tin was When while Well-wAnd yet as tiue as pitching in jail that ehe would Homeopathic Physician, thi- - law and order league was first or turn over to the law and order league regarded by main as an outrage and the BAKBEE&CASTLEMAN 'STANIOKD, K , KENTUCKY. STANFORD, was coniuieiited upon b ganized and those who were engiged in the jugs and their contents and they M IN Vf.KKS. (ieorgo I. Prentice in a style mi severe Office Hours: 10 to 1a a m.; i to 3 p. m.; 8 to the liquor traffic in open violation of the might do with them what they pleased. 'o. m. call forth n challenge from .las. 1). local option law of our county, saw the Her proposition was accepted and the Ofhce on Lancaster street, oppestlecourt-house- , Commerce Building, Louisville. rough thitiK" had 1 hts Hotel, rennvate.t an. reluimshmi. is ihjw determination of out citizens to stop the was concluded in short ordei Clny. Alter many VgtTBtt thrctigjoiittlic South In toy charce and intend to court j, lit j as to business, they went to the county attor by breaking the jug- - and spilling the been wiitten, the tnattei not only maintain its hlh reputation, but 10 add b!ood-lwt lt long tut nl friends Special J.'ohnifld-tion- s ney and proposed a comprotiiis, which liquor, while I'assmore stood by speech' without Mil- - toaio. for for commercial trasplir. W. A. TSIDBLS, Local Ayoat, amounted to nothing except a few days less, except to thedi.ptoy ef samples. alter it was too late, I can unilv the families of Smnford and vicin more in which to tiample under foot the that thu jugs with his, but the contents MAMOltD K Ity ilh home lllur II.C at (a ex, per 100 poundv It will be of interest Its thos ixtitrmplitiHe setA FifSt'ClclSS.SulOOn less tnan tnat amount at one cent per pound, ami AW flnJ public fClltifllCnt of our good belonged to jWVIl- -. As to the thieats tlmir tin- - Jiotihwe.l, to know that the iheb es- Ice at 75 cents per 100 pounds or iH Manufactured and I'OOI. ItOO.M" attached, are tnbut and timber lands in let" delivered every p20pk Without disturbance. lerquaiilitii-- i. tents for Hot he allege- were made, there is not farmingthe inconsm Central Lines Settlers on And llll.I.tAHD l tary in JUSh.l'll C'H- FBV l attention to the John Bre- moraine. I call V1,P,, fl, notiinromirte was to be the slightest resemblance of trttt h in his these line hasc all tin- advantazc ol healthful NATIONAL BANK l.. ncer, lor ner "Irewing v. k climate, good market futilities, abundance el lui--i v,hich aent. Will furnbli in eithe'kegor a failure, tllCU ll prOCia of 1.1W begllll statement. Many of the good citizens and building mat. rial, pure and sparkling drink "LOCUS! dltOVI' 1T MAMOKD K ....... reMllted :in uotlie. write icir price.. .l and other impoitint benelils v. huh can' K IIRE.MER, Stanford, Ky. have for a long while been feeling like inj water t3tf lll. , Ib.lVl. ...... nut be enjoxed mi the praiiK-- ot the West XolCl T f5 CJT TT1 A T?, Jr-am j J. " no no anil he deserved a (logging for trampling un- drouirhts. and cvt.onrs.Now erastn.iitr ulaeue ele Is the time to .Igue. Itv.fevr Capital Stock der foot all law and disregarding the clioice linos al low prices. Wisconsin is consider- - ' IUK.1MI -cil one of the in the public sentiment of tiie better citizens 01 Located dltM most proipcrous talcs Central I'mon Lines 18,500 tlv on the WiM.on.111 '1 he fust st t inn aud ri.liet s Su to , Surplus in are nl our entile countv, hut I am confident in this State Foodthe Uniting cities of lluilington, Complisiug 4oa ies ut IIIik l.ras. I. lint, situaWaukesha. du Lac, Ushko.h, Xernah, Me ted within two miles Stauiord the .,uuly sent that none of them would want to losr nasha, W'nupaca, Stevi ns I'olnl, Marslifield, Chip- of Lincoln Attention of the public is invited lo tho fa ruiitrd by tht Shelbk City turnpike pewa falls, Kau Claire, Xcw Hichmond and and aiccsslble to thr St mfnid and DantitU turn that this is the only Xatioaal Hank in Stanford jHB7 valuable time in Mich duty busine-Ashland. pTVe. 'I his is one of the be. t Mink r'atiA In the Under the provisions of the Nativnal llauk Ait Ullle-- S there WB- - IllOro hope Of refoilim- rorticmts, lime tables,I maps and lull informs- region and is in a high state of cultl deponlois art secuifd not only by the tapitat V, D. I' A ,. stock, tun bv .me st.Kknoiners naninty lor an lion, apply to b. 'A , vation Almiiilanre of water Irr all miriMiios . Ch.nttatioega.T.nn tlOll tliail there seems to be IP llld CISC. Or to fertile anj t sa.iljl.l Si.p tlu. glowing ol ainouui ciuai 10 .1 sua, Sml is inc uepotiurs 01 utcd bv aiut of Sto.j.K fund hi J AS C POND, (I V. & T A . Chua;o, III i.n.l i,.,. i.i.,r,. .... .,.ibeuk.., ii...and twoI.fine tFives imlllututn are set aftlircon.liliou of the bank Ho says he is going to ipiit the business. swoin suteinenla uimled livratcil ssi that tan (arms made he improsements ate a larKe and are iuadeeh erto the t lilted States Time only will settle this, as there is no 'I he promptm-- ." and ceilaiut of its cures have a tomenicHt sleek barn, uient and It assets are esnailned at stalt.l tune. confidence earthly to be put in ati out- made Chamberlain's Conch Kemedy famous It Ac. the oy lo.trnuicui agents, urn. .r, hmue auuiiunaa I or Inloi t t irtnl of all ki.nls. st, and perfect safely to depositor. is intended .tally for coughs, colds, cioup and mail K II ION I S.Stanford appu J. N. Howiim.. law. tohoonlur- eouf b nnil it llip mn.l elf tual rraeil. lablishril as tht nis institution, originally D Semi-Week- ly 7 fa J33 v Interior Journa: THE CASEY KUKIUX. xgbi zcxn u-e II. T. NOEL -- - - I 14 1 ! .- . lm I 1 si-t- JOHN " .1 iew-uny- s iiL-ii- '- 'o Cn-ie- j ' ForSnlc Distillery, J. JR., P- - m- - nl-js- o m j )il PENNY, IJcnUst. , C' l I , 11 -- . 1 IOTELANJ) o- 111 g so- back-bon- coutt-100m.- FOBS.ALE. J. H. 1 :. H&m&Z&mZ For Boils, Pimples carbuncles, scrofulous sores, other diseases, n Osff 1 I Yo-ein- iti Ayer's Sarsaparifla dyspepsia, lslssnpiV?!l.H-- ju-till- cd 11 ' !..... 111 I . ! i,",, 1 w ( that .7i ' Has Cured Others cure TRAVELING 1 1 j- - . rab PRICE, I e JtlU OX. "i""in j-- hn 1. "f''i' tran-po'- LivcryJStablc, K-,- f wuAunti, u. tho ROYAL OF 1 I Insurance Company, - JOHN .... 1 -- as HHIIsP nUUlDIi JOSEPH COFFK YJPro'r. 1 a-- to 39-- r s XCE AJSTD sni-cia- BEER. d. ay iJ Land-Seokor- t. - j 111 I WIss-oiimi- i - VV jT-t- - - - FIRST 1 .1111 :,:.. 1111- - s I Do You Need a Wagon ? 9200,000 1 11.1 - I H, 1 I n illue-Cira- ., . , ........ 11 I In- - n 11, CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S And examine the Studebaker. Car-loa- d HUBBLE. is b h(sc di-- - s 35 and to cent bottles lir Dr .M. L ikiurnc. Druggist and ()(ti nun, Slaufoid, Ki . known for for snle t I I t) Isll.l-V.- . ON lis, I I'inesilli just received. - to c; $:ixi again. t. hi.-- gtay mare Hubble has Sandidge, of Lexington, for ha- - Hucklln'H Arnica Snlvo I he best sahe In the world tor cuts, bruises tores, ulcers, salt rheam, fever sores, trtlcr, rhap-i- ei hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup lions and positistly cure piles, or uo pay requir. d. It is guaranteed 10 snv perfect satisfactxc, i'rite 15 cents per bos, nr money refunded R I'ennv, Suntord, Ky J'or-aleb- 11. r. msii, Ky. REAL ESTATE AGENT v iiiebro.nl Miss Maggie -- ick list for some days, on the bemi but is out Stanford, if jntkmtm I3 Receiving1 His H.6.RUPLEY,- Spring, & Summer Goods Goods Warranted and a Pertect Fit Guaranteed. Give me Dr. O'Neal lias been waiting on Win. Electric Hlttors Hubble aud Smith Baker's child for a hetoriins; so well kmm-and 'I hi reini-dytfew days and both are thougnt to tie to tiled no speital intiition All who nopulir.ia lueuscd Klectric lliltt-r- hii; the xainc konjr ot A purer mtditine doci not en.t and it Is pr.in.i- We wiih Ilut'tei House and Mrs Ituarnuteed to do .ill that is iluirud hlrctric Hitter-wi- ll tine all diseastkof the l.lirr Jiid Kid ll. 15. .Smith, of lledgeville, who were nes, will reinoic I'nnples, Hulls, Salt Khtuiu and othir .ifftction. cansid li impure blood Will inariied on the 11th, much Itiie Maliria from the vtem mid iirtstut .u all through life. l'or acure ol well .is curt- all Malarial I'esers Klcc-Iri- c Some of our ..young ladies are la- Headache, Constipation i-fand Indigcstitm tr) ai tion giurjntied or Illtar Kntire itice getting hi- - an iiiouui rt funded 1'riic Jk .mil Jt pir bottli menting oyei A. J. A It l'enn'k drug .tore kle sprained, but hope he will be ablo to s s pleii-autin-M -t- call. get out again soon. WANTED. Five Thousand Ladies & Aid Lincoln County to call and e.imine the hiniUomest and olfcied to tiiK . CiCittlcmaii from Stanford cl people of Central Iintncsy eipst Una of WALL PAI'KIt 'eVi r At A. E. GIBBONS', ITecn 1U0 furnish DANVILLE, KY. oi the be.. I'AIXlls, OILS, VAKXISIILS, At, asloWasuny wholesale heusatn the State I'i. pie desiring to di their own work tail alwas 1I0 better by gettirg advice frem aa experienced and prictual man and Get your Combinations Complete and Save Money. s' ARE YOU GOING TO PAINT s Your House This Spring a der the personal supervision of 'a practical painter. Accept no sub stitute. Manufactured by the LION PAINT & COLOR CO., LKXINGTON, KY., A. R. PeTiny, Druggist, Agqnt, Stanford, Ky. give satisfaction. LION PAINT Is the best made. Will retain its gloss longer, cover one-hal- f more space than any paint mixed in the ordinary way and is guaranteed to un- It is made by the latest improved machinery We are all due many thanks to the Mr rank Huifrinti,a ynitn; mA of Itiukn; U., sLites the two j outig men of the Danville Semina- ton, prominent that he bad been under their care ol two pliysiuaus .tnu u.eil neat M. llendoe, who ment until bu was not able to git around hey ry, J. T. Curtis and Al pronounced his case to be Consumption and incupleached for us Sunday and Sunday rable. He w.s perauaded to try Dr King s New Discover) for Consumption, Coughs and Colds night and al that time was nnt able to walk across the A large crowd was entertained hero struct without rctl it; He found before lit had used half a dollar bottle that lie was much betTuesday night by J. C. Frank, of Lanca-t- or, ter; lie continued to and U cnolng good lirilt Ii If you have any throat, lung or on the whisky tiafiic. lie talked at chest trouble try it I rial bottle free at A K Home length and it is given up by all lo I'enn) sdrug store be the best lecture they ever heard on I or yi in- ot Ihu lliirlington Jum tiuu. thi- - subject, Mo., l'o.t has he. n subject to tramp colli or hts of indigestion, wl.ii Ii prostrn ed him for hmirt ami organized unfitti-The Union SutnUy-whoo- l linn for business for t no or three davs tlie past je.ir ho has been heie ha- - J oh l.obinson for iK superin- Colic, Cholera and Dlarrbua using Chamberlain's Itiintil) whetirier tendent and a good school is expected occasion ruimred jmfil bus invanab y given him will preach at Rush prompt relief .sand 50 tent botlli-- for sale b) 15to. Charley I'owell Di. M lluurne, Druggist aud Optician, Ky Branch Sunday and at Blight's school, house Sunday night. or number of yeats I luic Imvh aiiloect to no loot attacks of iuilaniiiiatury rheumatism, which lasted about two months On The maguitudo of tho buildings of of this month I was attacked in tin' klire the first uuc1 re rely for tvo clayi, when I procureil a the World's Fair can be imigiiied, when H.1I111 and it reliesed lmtlle ot Chandieilain's I'.iin it is told that the central arch of tho me almost intt.iully. I therefore mint clurfuliy it In those who .in aiinit irly iitHictid building, which is of manufacturers' H D Whitley, Marlindale. X C, eirryvsheri been completed, Ins Frli. ibSS Mr Whitle) a very prominent man steel, and r in thi. place and his was vers widely a height of 212 feet and a width at the known, u he suiTen d such seiere tialn." W .( , Co., merchants, Marlindale, N C. lloutlon ,W base of :57o feet. It is the largest arch biittleii forxaleb) Dr VI L. lluurne, l)ru;lt and everconstiuoted for any. building in the Optulan Stanford Ky world ami can ba plainly seen from tho Miles' Nerve and Livers Pill cetitto of the city, over seven miles Acton a new the liver, Ktomach and Ixiwels through the nerves A new uway. discovery. Dr Miles' Pill speedily cure bilious-neObject" llolman was re uouiinat "I bad taste, idrpid lis er, piles, tcu.lipiiion. Lfn'equalrd for millesl ed for Congress by the lib Indiana dis- mildest, surest men, uouicn. children riftv ilosov a; cents, bample ut A It i'eun' trict convention, Tuesday. 1 AWondor Worker. I 1 1 it to-d- s I Man-fou- l, I .1 Keut-iall- M,f-fci- iil ha-ju- st i illx-ai- princlpln-regiilali- nt,' st I hase .(iiite a number ol I A Is VIS lor sale ol the j very bc.t II l.and.iii I Imom .aunt). 'I here farms are all well impiuied and Kood ' J W, llaydea, atanleid; from so to fiw Acre. rich lands, running in sie S H llauihmin, LuKOln; Consulerinj; theis lo aluy, their ruhlie.n and fur- tilitrofsoii theconsemesitei f turnpike and rsi. M.J. Miller, Ml Vcrnir; ruids that brine markets ni;ht to our door, thi-S. T Harris, Lincoln; arc tbcaper than the lnil- - uf JHy ether ounty J..S. Ilocker Stanfard; the State 'Ih-- rt is xuricly a lim in the cttssn- ' A. Lackey, Lincoln tv nser s miles from a driut 1 he county is theckeil wltn turnpisrs rtinninc T IMIill, Stanford. is not a public road en tneiery ilirection 'I W C. Welch, Stanford; teriug the coulil) seat that is mil Macadainuul W I. Tate, Slanfoid We base the Kuossille llrauth ol tin I. .V X ll. K. disidui); the toiinl from ha. n est and the (Hi II I.KS C S R K Iniin North to Nrtith. the K C. K. R J lluc'ker, President; trom this place to Cimiiiuali, iio-,ithe C A O John J .McRoberts, Cashier. at Winrhestir cisiriE full anoas to the markets ol tlm whole world. Iltsidcs, we h.ue thni- - laii;e A A MeKinuev. Assistant Ca.hltr the count Klour Mills that site us a market for ..Hour strain rijbt at home, and lb: develop sail ol the nioiiuiiin regions ol Kattern and South oastern Kcaturky b imlroads and the out let South by railiuads has criated .iiih u demand for all kinds of cj reals and tirnttnli-rtli.i- l wetan icarnl) ret nn enough lor litiiiiecoiistiiuption. he. people art prosperous, crrrous auu kiml. OF STANrORD. K biliesinc in Cbristianiiv and education. I here is not a iiei:hborhod in the aounty but has 1 Is now fully ori;anird and ready lor busiiuss with .'Cud thuith and i Stanford, tlie ccmnt V seato' I liuoln. is a plus- - Paid UP Ot $200,000. peroni kttle til) of anout 100 luhab taut ami is ' - . diorisay from the Xorth aud Xorth SUTplllS, 19,000. -- oiitheast. east South and from the Northwest to and standing as it does sarins right Into the bo. sUCCKSSOK t.ri UK LINCOLN XA IIOXA1. , 0111 of the uudeseloiied mountains uf Southeastern iiA.-Nt.if ICriilii, lv liarLril tin be tlie wbultt llllli (,r.i. .Nowilusiiij upl with the same asselaaud under rigiun ol the Stale with railiosidt runnlnt; throucli ihu same inaiiaKcnicut It to all paints of the cempasi, mnket II lialiiratlv liy one of Ue best loc tttd towns in the South fur lully provisions of its thaiter, depositors arc as protected ai am dtpcsitors in Xatioaal maunfactiires and otbvr rnleiprlsesof niauuutle WaW Works ale now belli; agitated and nthl Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually nl a n.ile liable to the etlent cf the amount of their stock about-thlovwi abouti value thereol, in additiou to the there could be erected Water Works mill very thcitin st the parin mount invested smh shares It mar act at little- ct.s. Ihal weultl supply .1 i!y f 150,000 in purest and licit water in the esecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as habitants with the n individual. world Our Mills ritv. h. been noly rebuilt in lo those who entrusted their bulsmtts a ut Ibe last few years ami it business house at d ro idem is will toinparc with Urser cities of greater while innagini,' the Lincoln National Hank ol Our inerchants and tradesmen urc Stanford, we we bete tender our many thanks and pretensions all prs,ipeius and doing w ell We base two trust they will enntinue lo transatl their business bank with a capital stock .it $400,0011 th- -t are with us, oflerlnij a. a jcuaraiitt-- for prompt attention to .une, our twenty yeart' experience in pro.pciout and 111 .1 good roll Jillon We have a Female banking and as liberal accommodations a Bri. We have splendid s bf.l with sound bankinc College, a l.irje buck building, with user too pu nils IU atltndance and under the prluupalrlup ol IUHKCTOHS. l'rnf, J M. Hubbard, U in a nourishing condiJ J Williams, Mt. Vernon, tion. We alio lime a Seluiiiari that 1. a good II I . Hlakcininat Its head We school, with Prof. J. M Hall, Stanford; have one of the nest I'uhlu School buildings il. J. S. Owsley, Stanford; tin. section of the Stale, witli oser 100 puptlt In S J. Kmbry, Stanford;! attendance, and with other Rood private sclie,.ls, you set our school facilities arc excetli nt J E I.v nn, Stanford; Wo have elegant chun h builniiii;', A. W, Carpenter, Mlllidjeville; every denumiiiatloii, with a full corps nt rniiiiilcrs of lias class lalcin and are dome a belter bmltieas J. K.Uaughman, Hustonville; than any class of men in the city, J. F. Cash, Stanford; - this statement I have Hied to makein facts, William Gooch.Stantord, Ky without anv exaggeration or colonug, as Ihosi no out, and thn.c, who wish .II. Shanks, President. who know will lo buy pleasant homes at fair prices and locate J. II. Owste, Caihi amon'acooil people with all the best surroundW.M. Ilright, Teller. ings would do well to call and see me before pur haitig "Isewbere I bt-r- e u 111 then Denosii Hank of Stanford 111 tied as the National Hank nt Sunford in 145 and National Hank nt (gain ie nrjanued as the -has had piactically an unintcr tanlord iu mpted eiistcncr ol i ear Ills Utter supplied uow with lacilitle for Iran. si tilK business prompt ly and liberally than ever belore 111 Us loo and horwrablt career Ai count, stf corporations, hdu cunes. nt in. and individual, ir.prctfully solic led The Duet tors ol this Ilink is cornpntril nt r J l7oter. ol Stanford; Foiestu Itesd, I. tuiolii county , is. is, farmers BanM Trust Co. Capital 1 hsol-bous- e. -- ' atA.-sniKU- e thrti-louit- lia COa-itte- tit -- b.r 93-i- yr - x ' 1 v " y:u -- - A i