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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892042201 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. Semi Weekly Interior VOL. XX. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. DANVILLE. ' Journal NO. 16 STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. APRIL 22.1892. Diego, Duvall I Y l LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. county, Texas; W. U. Antonio, Texas; George V San Ti,k .nliA.tu uum tl.rt lii.l..Ml.. Another wedding reported for next ' iMtui itrffirtia feAlll viiv iiiiimii;- Fisher, P.mmrin IMeill Collft Cl08til iRht M. Louis, Mo.; A. W. Burbank, week. residence of Mis. Johnstone indi two wet kh' struck Saturday tvcniiiK nlti-- r t,an W' MrtCB"' Squirrels are quite plentiful in this fca,f cate that the Inundation w. alspconsid-- , work. GeorgoC. Spears, Athens, G.i.; A. ection now. A nartv of four bagged l'J in Bceslou erablv injured. Tho county couit win HAVli-- Misra. Jake Hugely and hi,.T Ued, Gallatin, Tenn.; J. esley Dm- - ve, IneHday evening. Momlay nml Tui'Stluy Bettliutr with the ham, """I""", Tenn.; Beverly D. Wil tncie Ueorge .Uch.ee, oi color, ,! HutrliiiiMuilUonn fnrm n t.artn ehorilT, wasn't much surprised, Tuesday morn- '"T' V , C. W. Lester a nt Somerset atteiul-Ui- K for extensive handling of trotting how. , Ixm 8 MWdlesbor. ing, when another one, p, boy, arrived, hn! ? UMteT' l8t some 10 or 50 at a time. court. W. It Dowumu ougu; uueuian uarnei, rauerson, &. j., making the '23d addition to his family. The remains of Mrs. Peyton, daugh week at Point BurusUlt. Itev. W. J. McKnight, New Brunswick, The marriage I mentioned last week A lioavy wiml and hail storm swept ter of George Taylor, who died, in Cili- -' X. J ; N. J., James and Boyle Larimer, occurred Wednesday. It was Mrs. Maovtr tliu custom portion of tho county cinnati, were brouglit here Wednesday Topeka, Kans.; E. S. Messick, Chicago, ry E Province and William Tillery, of OFMniulav uveninu'. tloinir cotiaidembli' and interred in the colored cemetery. III.; W. H. Banford, Chicago, III.; S. P. Jackson county, who will leave in a few Mr Lvnn Hudson was called to New Barbee, George Dimmitt, Denver, Co!.; damage. Tiio wind blew Mrs. Perkina' days for the latter's homo. Orleuna Wednesday bv the illness of Ids Ed S. Welsh, Leadvillo, Col.; It. W. Mo burn dowu. Deputy Collector C. M. Randall reMIbb Unmis, of the academy, is nick brother, Mr. A B. Hudson. Mr. Thos. II. Ferran, Baton Itouge, La: Ed Holland, turned Monday from a raid in Harlan with pneumonia. Dr. Welsh, of Louis- Fox, editor of tho Democrat, was in Orlando, Fla ; Joseph II. Davis, Mem county, where he cut up three illicit ville, is holdluK a protruded uieetinjr at Somerset this week on business conuect phis, Tenn ; S. G. Wnggenur, Cincinnati; stills, one on Cumberland river, one on the M. fc. Church. Col. C. II. Clay and ed with his paper. W. L. and Lucien Waggener, Frankfoit; Wallin's Creek and one on Four Mile Dr. Howard Klncaid, a native of Theo. Farrand, J. A. Ilutler, of the A. & M. College, Lebanon; W. La Rue Creek, three miles from Harlan Court Lexington, wore here Saturduy looking Boyle county, who lias practiced Ids Thomas, Maysville; Drs. L. S. McMur-tr- House. for a place for tho regular summer en- profession for eever.il years in WashingTown Marshal John T. Hatcher arand F. W. Samuel, James W. Guest, Ever seen here. We ton City, is on a visit to relatives S. W. Cloyd, John L. Zimmerman, Wm. rested two Laurel Seminary students campment, The case of tho Whitley county and may conclude to locate in Danville. Ayres, F. F. Fox, James C.Nichols, Lou- aud an outsider uauied Taylor Phillips court HKiBt tho L. A X., was tried last He is a grand son of Hon. John Kincaid isville; M. J. Durham, Sam and Fred Laz- for shooting in the town limits, Monday Thursday and resulted in n verdict of once a distinguished citizen Mid lawyer arus. John Weihl, W. B. Thomas, Lex- night and the bovs were fined ?2 each $10,000 in favor of the county. Tho case of Stanford. ington; I. D. McGoodwiu, Wm. Turner, aud cost. There nre others that John T. Tho city council met Tuesday night Bowling Green; E. S. Lpp, Covington; is on the lookout for und will pull the arose out of tho railroad dipping a cut h,.lnw Mm nountv roail and causiuir it and passed a stock law, to take etlect In this paper, so Dr. I. S, Warren, S. M. Boone, Somer- very llrst thing they know for the same to slip down bo badly it Is impossible to May 'JO, which makes it unlawful for set. odense and another nuisance iu this pat. The cae will be appealed. U cows, hogs and other stock to run at Messrs. S. G. Boyle, B. G. Boyle, temperance town will be abated. II. Waddle, of Somerset, acted as spec-i- larire. Doits are to be taxed SI and slum Boyle Nichols, Ralph Eltiug, P. F. Jones LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. judge, Judge Tiusley having been jL', and all dogand sluts on which taxc3 and G. T. Helm, of this placp, attended employed in the case before lie became have been psld must wear tag- - or labels, the meetingat Harrodsburg, Wednesday, Married, on tho 10th inst., by Mr. showing such to bo the caie. judiie. for the purpose of forming a base ball A. J. Gibony, John Floyd, oged 1'), to H A. Circuit Clerk It. S. Nichols is mak learue. Another meeting to complete 0. II. Waddle, of Somerset, Miss Dollie White, aged 14. The occaChappeze, of Shepherdsville, Col. (Jeo. ing up the record for the second time in arrangements will be held here on the sion was celebrated by a charivari. Colbert and W. H. Kamsey, of London, the case of Pomp Date vs. the Com- 27th inst. Six towns will prolnblv bo Last Monday was quarterly court were hero attending court. Mr. Alvy, monwealth. The tlret time Pomp win represented in the league, viz. Danville, and there was the feeblest attendance tried for klllini: George Wells he was Stanford, Harrodsburg, of Jellico, was here last Thursday Nicholasville, ever known in the history of the place. Hon. 1). G. Colson.of Middleaboro, given 21 years. The case being reversed, Versatile, and Shelbyville. Mr. B. G. Most of the cases were continued. wa.i here looklug up bin congressional on the second trial he received a life Boyle will, it is said, manage the DanAn absence of S or 10 days at the) II. O. King, sentence. Bates' attorneys urecontident interests last Saturday. Has a Complete Stock of ville. bedside of a very sick daughter is your who has been sick with pneumonia, is of another reversal. correspondent's excuse for not appearing CHURCH AFFAIRS Tho committee of tho General us- ininrovini:. John DeLong, who hai iu the I.VTERtoit Joi'kn'al last week. : been in the drug store of Huguely Jc Ht.(nbly on charitable institutions visited Ninety-twcolored converts were Next Monday will be county court ), institute Thursday. This Jamison, has returned to lib home, tju. d, baptized at Georgetown Sunday at an and there will be a grand horse show. Irontun, Ohio. committee is composed of the following average rate of 20 seconds to the man. Many people are expected to be present. named gentlemen: K. O. Taylor, C. C. e Rev. G. W. McCready has been The track lias been lately reGARRARD COUNTY. LANCASTER, Spalding, Dr. James, Dr. Johnson, Dr. called to the pastorate of the Zion Prot- paired and is now in llue condition. Mr. Durham, M. I). Mclnerney, A New York paper said that the Mathers, W. H. Wilkinson has gone to Cinestant Episcopal Church, Louisville, at a Mr. Bass, Mr. Hurber. George II. Alex- salary of $1,200. He is at present State Ulster bonnet was Queen of Fifth Avecinnati. George E. Stone went to LebToney Evangelist and grew up from youth in anon on Monday on business, Misses nue and the churches on Sunday last. ander, G. W. Yatcs,:Dr. Robert, Carroll. A plug hat was urobably the king. Zion church. Exie Brown and Cora Adams, of FishA man givinc the name of Wm Presi publishes u The New York It is expected that over 13,000 dele- ing Creek, are now on a 'visit to W. T. s dally diary showing what Senator Hill, Kirklider, loaded up with conversation gates will attend the Christian Endeav- Humphreys. M K. Humphrey is hobPromptly and in style. night, and was locked of New York, has been doing since his water, Monday or convention, to be held at Madison bling around on his game leg. George Tuesd-tmorning he was fined $10 Square Garden, New York, July 710. Frye, of Hustonviile, has been sojourn- C5TENGRAVING on all goods sold, free of charge. Old gold and election to the Seuate of the Uulted up. )itn tin loolc the and costs. On motion the issuance of a By the way, has the society which ing among us for a week or two. Thos. Kit...i Prnm .Inn 7. silver taken in exchange. wn" le'errel 21 hours to give Mr, tlourislied so well here for a whije fallen oathofotllce.to April 11. a period of uasky, the mill man ironi ew lorK, is opportunity to leave town. He We never getting around again after being very into innocuous desuetude? over three months, he has been in his K. an claims to be bridge builder aud that hear of it meeting any more. . rca ill nt the Wilkinson Hotel. Oscar Wilseat only live days. He does not seem ho is related to respectable people in the Rev. W. P. Lewis, a favorite Bap- kinson is now iroing about after an at to have been as attentive to his duties as west end of the county. (LATE ALKXAXPfc-K'HOTEL,tist preacher of Pliecnix City, Ga., is in tack of the prevailing disease, uneumo some of our Kentucky law tuakera. John Baughtunn, colored, who was disgrace. He was engaged to tnary the will give a connia. Leonora F. Tarrant, of Mt. Salem, Mrs. Alice J.Shaw A1NTD shot iu tho head aud clubbed oyer the cert in New York on tho J2d lust., in head witli the liuisket with which he daughter of his leading purislionor. The is slowly recovering after a severe attack Way. which sho is to be assisted by several so- was shot, by a negro named Ellin, at a father's inquiries lead to the startling of pneumonia. S2.50 prano singers and an orchestra of JO p lint between Stanford and Crab Orch- discovery that Lewis, who was born iu Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-HousIn Memory of Mrs. J M. Cook. Mrs. Shaw Is said to be a remarkable ard, some 12 or 14 vears ago, has been Mississippi, had a half dozen aliases aud Mrs. Lucy Belle Cook died at her home LOUISVILLE, KY. whistler, having whistled to largo audi- acting very queerly of late. He imagines had successfully married aud abandoned near Hustonviile, Ky., Wednesday. Jan W. R. LOGAN, Manager. ences in London. Whether she is famil- he has two souls aud that one of them three wives. The preacher skipped ami uary 20, aged 53 years. A. W. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, 'Clerks. did not meet his appointment. iar with the old couplet that Mrs. Cook was the daughter of Carroll leaves him sometimes aud then comes "Whistling girls and crowing liens. Lbaek. He flted a pistol; some miv, at and America Bailey, of Lincoln couuty, A Little Fun With The Parson. Always cotuu to bad end,,' 0 his wife, Wednesday evening, and was Andrew Wallace is one of tho oldest Ky. She was married to Jas. M. Cook we nro not informed. chilbrought to town and locked up by Chief and b3t known residents of this city. January 10, 1S3S, who, with nine A Roman lady died iwently and Silliman. His mental condition will be Many years ago he was president of the dren, is left to feel aud mourn their great edileft the whole of her fortune to tho looked into by Judge McFerran Friday State benevolent boards. It was while losi. Reared as she was by most exemplary tor, whosrt paper ha beeu sn pleaiant morning. ho whs occupying that place that he met to l,r. Now. if some of the wealthy and upright parents, she imbibed their Aunt Fannie Davis, a colored wo- the late Dr. Mclntire, superintendent virtius of integrity and industry and be readers of Ihe lxTKUioit Joimi.n.u. would man, died at the resilience of Mr. It. Q. of the institution for the education of remember this when thev oonclnde to came n model of rellneiupnt, excellence tills county, Monday night, aged the deaf and dumb. The doctor was a "ehuilieofl" this mortal coil," and leave to Davids, and (unity. Now that she has been ta105 and 100 years, She was strict member of tho Methodist church Editor Walton a goodly share of their between ken away from htr husband, mother, for the pleasure ho born in Madison couuty, her mother be- and orthodox all the way through. Mr. children aud all of earth's environments worldly possessions longing to Mr Divis' father. Upin the Wallace was a Universalist. "Doctor," by the Biibliiuity of a pine heart has given thom for so long a period, they she death of tha gent email iu 1S33 she be- e lid the latter, "you are an educated and ha, devoted to the supreinobt good and will helloing a good deed and go hence for a life Q.. Davis man and I am not. I want to ask you with the blessed assurance th.it they came the property of Mr. It. of ber family, incilacibly impressed upreally think ' Ca a t o rl a Is so well adapted to children that Catorla cures Colic, Constipation, have not lived in vain and that their and has lived in the family ever since. a question or two. Da yon on the heart of each of its members the Sour Stomach, Dlarrhwa. Eructation, I recommend It a superior to any prescription will not be forgotten. Don't She was a neat seamstress and iu the hit- tlii world we inhabit is round aud re- very image of her loving presence, so Kills Worm, ghea sleep, and promote dlbenefactions II. A. Archer, 31. D kEowntome" pestlon, ter years of her life pieced and quilted volves on its axis once in every 21 all die at once. TVithout Injurious medication. that the sacred iutlueuce of her devoted 111 So. Oxford St., BrooUyn, N. Y. many quilts, which sho presented to her hours?" Five dollars a day and ro.ist beef ii , life will live ou as a real power, full of 77 Murray Street, X. T Tits Ccnticr Mr. Davis, who was warmly at"Certainly." replied the doctor. what the Kentucky Commissioners to ftieuds. holy memories while life remains. Ear"And you believe there is a Heaven ly in life she consecrated hc-- heart and tho Columbian Exposition are to get for tached to her, had her buried on his actually -- Mrdvr, farm in tho best style, Tuesday even- and and another place?" oveYy day's work they life to Christ and became n member of "Assuredly." uot'to exceed $000 for the reinH.ini.er of ing on the family lot. the Christian Church. Having received Lightning cut queer cajer.s Wed"And that Heaven is above its?" To maku Ken1SD2 and Sl.'.'OO for ISO.?. J K.MEXEFKB the idea that achristiau profession must A. C. SINE morning at 0:30 o'clock when it "Yes." tucky's display compare favorably with nesday bo real, her own life became liiarktd by struck the residence of Mrs..'Johnstone, "And the other place below us?" Her any of the States of the great West, who a sincerity that was trausp-rent- . "Yes." disposal, will re- on .Main street, the building built by her have millions at their nature was positive, her convictions of son, Dr. A. W. Johnstone for n sanitari"And the world turns over once every right were deep mil while courteous, resI3ST quire extraordinary vigilance and conum. The very heavy stone steps in 24 hours?" pectful and gentle, no ono was allowed siderable business expeiienco upon tho front wero moved out of place mid a hole "Yes." to coujecture tho state of her mind, part of tho commissioners. They have iu the ground several feet deep madd by "Well, doctor, if that's . the case, when questions of christian morals were n job on their hands tiiat will put them the side of them. In the southeast room doesn't it occur to you that the spire of involved. As a wife she was sublimely to their wits if they succeed in making poiuts to hades Koutuckians up stairs a stationary washstand wns your meeting-housto him with whom she became one tho exhibit one of which Indianapolis true Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets torn looose from the wall and upset and about half the time?" hVbh, at the sacred altar of wedlock, who visit tho exposition will feel proud. various articles iu the room broken. In Journal. pure ns truth and devoted as woman and Verandah Work. That Dr. Appleman's skill and ability the room on tho llrst floor just below tho Mrs. Potter Well, I wonder what ever was. But it was as Mother that the S2U-A.-T PE1TOBS. nM nnnrerinted bv our neople is best last one named about the eamo amount splendor of her character apHe of and similar damage was done; and kept you out all night this time? shown by hia increased patronage. The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. Jack Potter I sat up with a sick peared. The welfare of her children takes'ple-iwuriu referring to those un- outside at the southeast corner, where was her constant care, the object of her - - der his cate as to tho ellectB of his treat- the lightning entered the ground, an- friend. Mrs. Potter What was his complaint? ceaseless toil and burden of her daily Office ment aud thft good he is doing. Ho is a other large hole was made. prayer. Her life was bound up in theirs Mr. Potter He complained that the specialist of noto and worthy of your Whereabouts of Former Danville and ceaseless as the stars in their coursrest of us cheated him. Puck patronage. Consult him on his next and Boyle County People: W. II. Lues, did her eyes watch their footsteps visit, Tuesday, April 20. cas, It. W. Dunlap, Felix G. Fox, Jas B. Tho hydraulic railroad, now daily op- and her busy hands minister to their Welsh, James F. Zimmerman, Henry erated in Paris, consists of four carriages wants. Could she throw her voice back Grtiuite is tho low est rock in tho earth's Evaus, John Jett, Kansas City, Mo ; J. or carta, each having a capacity of 23 to them from "that glorious land" crust. It is the bed rock of tho world. II. Lucas, Allie Stuwart, James Linney, Large and Fresh Stock of The train runs as smoothly to which she lias gone, it would tell out of animal or vegepassengers. It shows no evidence Jo S. Linney, Oceola, Mo.; Jos. as a boat ou water. There are no wheels, the same changeless love; nor would her table life. It is from two to 10 times as John F. Warren, Coileyville, no steam, no electricity. Apparently message from that land have changed united thickness of all the thick as the Kaa ; J. C. Yeiser, Austin, Texas; D. H. everything moves of its own record. from her messigo when here. It would other rocks. It is tho parent rock from Yeiser, Abeline, Texas; Lewis Mock, J. be "Unto this glorious land there is but which all other rocks have been directly It. Shannon, N.N. True, Fort Worth, The product of gold and silver iu ono way. Jesus Himself is that one or indirectly derived. Onion Set?, Beans, Peas, &c, in bulk. All kinds of package seeds; Texas; Robert and John A. Hunn, Den- the world for the calendar year 1S91 was way. Follow Him and you shall meot also Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks, Shovels, Picks, Grub Hoes and The 0. & O. has contracted for GO ton, Texas; Henry Hamilton, Chas. Phil- $124,229,000 gold aud $ 130,175,000 silver. mo here." They can but cherish her memory for her boundless lovo and the Mattocks. miles of double track in the vicinity of lips, Dallas, Texas; 'James P. Holmes, The prooiptnes aud ccruinty of iltcuiei have point 73 trains Bonham; Texas; Allan Collins, Sher- made Chamberlain's Cough Keracdy famous. Il M purity of her devoted life. May the Collars, Hames, Collar Pads, Trace Chains, Bridles, Halters, &c. Hintou, W. Va. At this coughs, ..... vmv .lav. ThoC. &0. will soon man, Texas; Charles It. Beatty, F. De litendeJ specially forU the most colib, croup and transparent purity of that lite ever be efiectal remedy whooping cough uud - Giesac, Waco, Texas; Dr. Jo Meyer, known tur lheo diseases a and 50 cont bottle reflected in their own. Lave 300 miles of double track in operforaaloby Dr. M. U. Houruc, DrujjlJt and OptiW. L. Williams, Honey Grofce, Texas; A. J. Ayres, San cian, Stanford, Ky. ntion. Ort'Hr, : - i ? ,; ' l " SEVERAME -- & SON J r THE LARGEST STOCK -- Dry Goods, Notions, pets, &c, Car- y hi-r- e Have not Time or Space to Give Particulars al COUPLE JLHiTID SEE. W.B.M0BEim, fish-lu- Druggist and Jeweler, r5 o DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, : WALL PAPER, half-mil- Jewelry & Silverware. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired first-clas- !" AsUAiJd si THOROUGHLY RENOVATED WIliLA IB IMPROVED. e, Rates Per 1 Infants Children. - CoMr-ANY- r MENEFEE. DBALBSS SESIi DOORS MP BLMDS. SINE & e full-orbe- d WOVE1T WIBE A1TD and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. k JUST RECEIVED. ' to-da- 1 JM few Mo-Jame- s, m GARDEN SEED FERRIS & HARDIJNT. .' , -.- . . . . ' . f o v - f. f (! V R- -- I Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourna. A BLIGHTED LIFE. BEES. Meokeeperai Iho Future Held Nothing II right or Mistakes Often Jtmlc by llualnerus. rromlalng for This Man. A beginner is quito likely to fall into Published Every Tuesday and Friday He was occupying a bench on tho comAT tho error of increasing his colonics too mon, his head resting on his hands, a $C 1?JKK YEAR IT ADVAS CIS. picture of despair. Tho blustering winds rapidly. There is probably no mistake swept across his weather no disastrous as this, on account of itr 3Whcn not so paid S2.60 will be charged."n of March countenanco and frozo tho tears frequency and results. To tho beginner beaten as they coursed down his furrowed this is very tempting ground. If beekeeping must lw learned by experience CARD. K. u. LOCAL TIME cheeks. nnd reading, without the serving of nn A kindly old gentleman in clerical Train naves Rowland at ;:oo a. m., returning tho beginning should garb passing by paused. His heart was apprenticeship, practical at $:o p.m. bo small, and knowledgo and tonclied by tho sad sight, and he laid a L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. . sympathetic hand upon tho poor fellow's skill should keep pace with the increase ..la 39 P Mail train going North South " i34Pn 13 h is Express train " South 35-North -- 6 Freight North 59la snpm South The latter traini alio carry patsengers. The above It calculated on standard time. Solar time it about 10 minutes falter. l A Specialist with a State Repu- ' tauon ior During uDscure Chronic Diseases. cj ilireetlom are atrletly compiled wnn. ')"'"-liopurely vffietaMf and never lau m 30 boxr, conta Sugar coated. I.are pilli, ajc Ueware of counterfeit and imitation;, t,. The Renmn mannfacturtnt only by The John en- Wnt Co., Chtcaso, 111. loriale by A K. 9i ny. of We will pay the above reward for any cai InLiver Complaint, Dyspepsia, SicU IWadache, digestion, Constipation or Coitiveness we cannot cute with Wcifa Vegetable Liver I ill, when the $500 REWARD. ' y n. 1 ilTTT W (iiitn & HorfoIkiWestern RR. 1891 Schedule Decomberfl, LEAVE NORTON DAILY for Graham, Illuefilld and intermnh... '. i 4 QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. f Train pats Junction City as tollaws: South Bound! No. 5 at la 3S a. m.; No a, 11:40 p. m.; No. 1, 3.07 p. 111 J No. 3, local, arrive at 150: p. m. Korth Bound, No. Sleavcs at 3M0 a. m.;No.4 local 5:20a. m ; No 6, 1:07 p. ui ; and No. a at 3:46 p. m. The Queen and Crescent Route Will sell tickets nt reduced rates on account of tbe following occasions: Stnte Encampment G. A. K., Lebanon, April Kentucky Association, Spring Meeting, Lexington, April 30 to May 10. A. M. E. Church General Conference at Philadelphia, Pa., May Women's Board of Foreign Missions of the Cumberland Prcbbyterian Church National Assembly, Independence, Mo., May Scotch-Iris- h Congress, nt Atlanta, Apr. 2S-2- 9. 2-- 22. S-- 10. To New Orleans and return on account Meeting of the Ancient the Order of Hibernians, May 10, at reduced rates. This is tbo only line running trains from Cincinnati to New Orleans 94 miles shortest and quickest. Only 27 hours from Cincinnati to Trains run via Lexington, Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain and Birmingham. The train carrying omcers anil members of the Order will leave Cincinnati at 11:30 a. M. Sunday, May S. arriving at Now Orleans next day at 2:50 r. m. For further information call on ticket agents or addre6s D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. of al New-Orlean- 23. vesti-bule- d FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PEOPLE. l:. Ho paused, gulped down a sobnnd continued: "Stranger, that ero flush wps still busted. Tho queen was nuthin but tho doggoned eight o' clubs I thought I'd discarded. That 'ero queen luul just of the elegant Pullman Vestibuled slipped through my fingers liko the lege wimmen allers does, nn I" Sleepers, the superb Pullman Palace A heartrending sigh finished the senirnprov-Hig- h Buffet Chair Cars and the latest tence, nnd for a few minutes tho silenco Coaches, which spoke louder Back, Plush Seat than tho still, small voico are used only bv this line. The entire of a now infant in tho night. Ho sadly trains, leaving Louisville daily at 7:30 took up the narrativo onco more, and a. M., and 7:40 r. M., run through solid said: "The boys they wouldn't believo from Louisville to Chicago without I'd discarded wrong. They thought it change. No line offers such good ac- war a put up job, just liko I'd bo gol commodations; no line gives as low rates or quicker time than the Monon. Now i i your chance to get a cheap trip to the World's Fair City by the best line. For further particulars call on or write to W. G. Crush, Dist. Pass. Agent, Louisville, Ky. A boy in a Wichita, Kansas, school has been suspended for reading tbe following essay on "pants:" "Pants are made for men and not men for pants. Women are made for men and not pants. When a man pants for a woman, or a woman pants for a man, they are a pair of pants. Such pants don't last. Pants are like molasses, thinner in hot weather, and thicker in cold. The man in the moon changes his pants during an eclipse. Men are often mistaken in pants. Such mistakes make breeches of promise. There has been much discussion ns to whether pants is singular or plural. Seems to us wheu men wear pants they are plural and when they don't wear any it is singular. Men get on a tear in their pants and it is all right; but when the pants get on a tear it is all wrong." dnrned fool enough to lay my hand down for them ter look at if I knew 'twornt all right! An I had ter como out o' there mighty quick, an consekeni-l- y ain't had no chance ter get even. An I maintain it ain't right ter treat a feller like that 'ere when ho ain't dono uothin wrong,- neither." "My good fellow," said the kind old gentleman, "you hnvo my sympathy, but this seems to mo to bo n fitting to point out to you tho evils of gam" "Stranger," interrupted tho other, "don't go no further. I appreciate yer kindness an all thntlmt thar ain't only one thing yer kin do fer me. If you'll take an kick mo from hero over to that 'ere gate yonder an back again you'll do a heap er good. a poor 6ufferin Thero ain't uothin elso yer kin do; nuthin nt all." "But my good fellow," remonstrated the other, "I" "Thar's nuthin else, stranger, nuthin else. I ain't got no further uso fer any-thi- n elso but that." His head sank forward again on his chest and despair seemed to cast n melancholy tingo on tho very air that surrounded him. Realizing that such sorrow wus too deep to bo alleviated by any human sympathy, the clerical gentleman sighed and passed ou. New York World. - The Monon Route Makes a $5.50 One Way and $11 Round Trip Rate From Louisville to Chicago. the usual liberality fqr which With the Monon Route is renowned, they offer the public a rate of So oOone way and Sll round trip from Louisville to Chicago. These rates entitle passengers to first-cla- ss passage and give them the privi- "Don't say that 'ere, stranger," said the object of tho good man's sympathy, stretching forth his baud ns if in protest. "Don't twit a poor devil on his misfortunes. 'Tworn't exactly a hectic Hush, though, neither, 'thout that's a now name I haven't heard ou; nntl p'raps you don't mean bad arter all." The clerical gentleman hastened to deny any intention of raking np past sorrows and urged him to explain. "Why, yer see, pard, 'twas this way," said the other. "Somo cr tho boys was just gittiu interested in tho game, an they kinder axetl mo ter set in. I sot in, nn things went along sort er quiet liko till Bob Simpkins ho opened np n jacker an they all como in er whoopin. I had ns purty n busted flush ter draw ter as ever you see, an, thinks I, I'll rniso him back on the openiu. So I riz him back nn they all stood, gamo as yor please. When it como ter the draw Bob ho lowed ho didn't want any, an I took one pape. My busted flush was the ten, jack, queen, king er spades, an I'll bo darned if I didn't draw tho aco o' that 'ere identical suit. I didn't stop te seo no more. I had tho only hand in the deck what couldn't bo beat, nn I jest closed 'em up on tho tablo an got ready ter have somo fun. "An the fun was thar, too, an don't yon mako no mistnke. Tho other fellers all went out mighty quick when they sec me an Bob was in it fer blood, an wo jest had it back an forth liko two tomcats hung over n clothes lino. When- - every gol darned cent wo conld raiso was in tho pot Bob 'lowed he'd call. Sez ho: 'Seo here, Jim, I got yer beat, but yer ain't got no moro money, nn yo may as well show tho boys what yer so doggono proud on.' "Sez I: 'BobSiiryikins, whatoveryo'vo got, tho swag is mine. Yo can't down n straight flush clean up nt tho top, an no other man can't do it neither.' "Well, stranger, Bob, ho had four eights, an I tell yo ho looked mighty Eick. I laid down my kyards nn got a good grip on tho stakes, when, by jinks, if they didn't raiso n yell fit ter hist ono er them 'ero motor cars clean oil the trackl 1 kmuor luted my hugors nn axed what they was cr innkin scch n dad 'What is tho matter, my friend?"' ho paid kindly, "1 fear you aro not well. There seems to bo a hectic Hush" shoulder. blarsted rumpus about." each beekeejwr should ask himself, How, all tilings considered, can I mak the most profit? That is tho question, and all other proj.Ksitions not relating directly thereto are mistakes. And this leads to the mention of the opposite mistake of keeping too fow bees. Instead of keeping only a few swarms and striving to secure the largest yields per colony, it is often more profitable, when ono is accustomed to tho business, to keep more bees enough to gather all tho honey produced in u given area. And then, when tho said area is overstocked, it is probably a mistake not to start otiier apiaries. Another mistake is that of choosing hives, implements and methods that aro complicated nnd require much time for their manipulation. A most common error in this lino is in trying to ndapt hives to bees to an extent which almost entirely ignores the adaptability of the hive to the tvekeeper. Wo do not keep bees nor arrange their hires with a view to saving them labor, but that wo may get the iaot honey with tbe least labor Dove tops, queen tops to ourselves. self hirers, queen excluders, smokers nnd many other contrivances aro probably not considered "handy" by the bees, but their use is an adrautage to us. It is in a lino with this method of reasoning that cnusoa somo beekeepers to mako the mistako of condonming any practice that is not "according to The system of modern beo culture is wholly artificial. In some things it is advisnblo to nllow nature to haro her own way, in others it is not, aud wo havo the best success when wo hnvo learned just where wo can advantageously, to a certain extent, modify nature's methods. It is a mistako to hnvo undue confidence in the lenders in bee They may err, or somo unculture. known circumstances may cause different results at different times in other localities. It is a mistake to pin one's faith blindly to another's. One exponsivo mistake, yet ono that is easily avoided, is made year after year by many beekeepers, and that is in not securing hives, sections, foundations and other supplies in season. W. Z. Hutchinson. nn-ture- ." pursuit. If a great yield per colony is tho result of a great deal of work, it may bo that the work was done nt a loss. It may sometimes be profitable to put a great deal of work on each colony, bnt of colonies, A common mistake is to look upon beekeeping ns a sort of royal road to wealth, or at least to u good living, with little labor and, ns somo seem to think, little brains, nfter they have once learned a few "secrets." To choose any business simply because it is profitable is folly. A business that is unusually profitable does not long remain so. It soon Iwcomes overcrowded and loses its bonanza chnmcter. A man should choose a business because ho and his surroundings aro best adapted to tho PjPjPjPjHBjflPjQlPjPjPjtt f Pullman Sleeping Cars Irom Loultville to via Norton and Radford; also Radlord to New York, via Shenandoah Junction, also (a. , ... H'.,t,l..t.n ln frrtm f .trnrklinri. I. UIL rnond. Trains for Pocahontas, Powhatan and GotM-il- l WV.-"IT VLi M m leave Dliiefield uaily nt 7 S3 a m and A new and Complete treatment, conintlnc ul 6 30 p m, lotopm. lo liippotiiorlet. Ointment iu Cnule, alo Trains arrive at Xuttmi Irom the Last daity at and pills; a pctlllve cure f r 1 tternal, Internal, 11 15 a m and f 15 p m. lUmd or Weeding, Itching, Chronu, Recent Or For further inlatmation at to schedules, rata, Hereditary lile Thu remedy ha nctr been ! apply to agents of N.rfolk . Western known to fill. Ji per 6lor Sj; tent by mail W IUIKVILL, or to Why auffor from thit terrible dlne.ue when a writ. (Jen I'asi-nte- r Agt , itoanoke,, ten guarantee It politicly given with 6 boxes, to refund thp money if not cured. Send stamp fer free sample Guarantee isaurd by A K. Penny, IF YtiU ARE GOING.... . Dmcpist nnd sole aj;ent, Stanford, Ky, Call for 1 samples Nor-fol- SZ J J JAPANESE; , R,. niti 111 ln, Rail-row- aHrBssA mh dSHm ' "m fi& o0 St BRA1MA WORTHTHE "WEST, J. S. APPLEMAN M. D.. t THE CELEBRATED 1 English. Specialist, Formerly 1'rolessor of Practice of Medutne, I j Electrical Medical CollogoJ TORONTO, CANADA, Now Examining Physician of the I Heada, he, Nervous Prist ration caused by alcoh'd , . .1.,.. ,UL",ViU . MnlU.Mt UrfKIIIUIh W." ruing ol Ilrnin, causing insanity, misery, decay, death. Premature Old Age, llarrrnneas, Lo4t of rower in either ev, Impotency, Lucotrha-anl all lemrde Weaknesses, involuntary Losses. Sner- brain, Self by or-rcrtu- n matorthcra caused of a month a treatment Atiuie, We guarantee six botes to 1, six lor 5s by mail cure, r.ach order lor six boxes with $5 will send written Kiiarantte to refund it not cured. Guarantees Issued only by A R Penny, Druggist and sole agent, Stanford, Ky V a cr. Dr. K C West's Nerve and HrninTreattnent.it a specific f r Hysteria, Dirtiness, Fits Neuralcia. Louisville. 4 NaaHVlUC R. R. It the line for you, Make as Its Double Dally Trains dote connections at Southern Medical Institute, LOUISVILLE, KV. Will be at Stanford, Tuesday, April 26. From 9 e n Wsmm SSrl ilIFlH 'WOVJT-Js"- ' LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. 97-t- sO THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. llAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information tariulr.of F L. CLIFFORD, Agent, Or Stanford, Ky, W. W PF.NN.Trav Pass Agent, Junction C'ty, Ky ivim '"i a nt. to 6 p. m., one day only, returning eiy four wreVi during the year al Llev-trlc- .TAKE THE Dr. Arpleman Is a graduatref Bellevue II" p Medical College, New York City, and the Medical CoUege.Toronto, Canada. He hat in made a special study ul thediieises he treated v great Hellevue anil Charily Hcipital tor the ernl yean and recngnire no superior m diagnriti He devotet all and treatinc Chronic Diseases his time to the treatment of chronic and nervous diseases of bothtexes nnd hit skill at an expert in this dim ot cases it well established. Tf eatt mk cetslully, and ll0Ulivmt,HIV.HATlCHICAt0(it((O" BaMMsMtatMsMaWsSsMsSsMWatWmHxsVkWM5VV asv -- -- "Mjtl''lM Twenty mllesthe Shortest to a" THE WORLD'S" FAIR LINE TO Permanently Cures Chicago. Mlihigan Pcints. Acute and Chronu Cmarrh. Ringing in Part St, Louis, llutlalo Cleveland. Detroit, inroai, Dealnest, I)nict oj f.ye. r.ar, Ibdianapolis and the. West, I.ungt. Kidney, Urinary and llladdcr troubles a. England, Nc Canada, Ilnght't Dnease. Dubetra, Dyspepsia, Cut. it Rheumatism aud Paralysis, Epilepsy or positively cured. Kit ounK or middle aged men iiitlering Trom Philadelphia. llaltimare. Impotency. Eruptions, the results of Washington. Quickest time teHarrottsburg, Frankfort, Ky errors or cxccsics, should call before It is too lam IKGIMA KUhnuaJ, Short! and We gurautee a cure if case has not gone too far Quickest line to Superfluous hair arxl all eruptions of the lace permanently lemoved O'0AGMj)9 . .oe, mJ a, New Vorlc, lloston, AtW IWlfeWM "i -- WEST, C-- Blood nnd Sltiu Diseases. Menstruation. Displacement ot Womb, bearing down paina in back, ieiieel in short time. 'I he Doctor carries nil hla portable instrument and comet prepare! to cxamiue the roost obscure medical and surgical eaes. He undertakes no incurable disease 1 but cures hundreds given up iodic. As Syphili, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc , cured by never failing remedies Diseases oi women, such at Leurctihea, painful bw( VeatiosuW Mtsffct Stefs; t l7J:" ami on all iratB. No ihaHge of cars, best actWssMsstalatltns, spsick. with SOI.Il MtSTIIll IFD TRAINS thro Merit-ia- n est tltsie nnd ktw est rales. For infoftaalioa addi out change via Chattan.oga, liirmiBghaa, making direct ..onueitions en tOtt lor Kan IAS. HAKKEK.G P. A. , Chicago. ville, Asheville, Ltnchburg aud points in the W G. CRUSH, D. 1 A., lrisritle. NEW OjBILiISAKS, CABOONAS, Slei-pmi- c CONSULTATION FREE And Confidential J S Address M. APPLEMAN, D., aergersorbxegage. At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wiliaing ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macoa. Svannak, IlrunsMick, Lake Cit),Thoniasv..!e and H.OHI DA points. The only line runulng solid VestibuM trains wit Can to it Pullman IfaMidoir or Palace Augustine without change lor any class of pas. Selraa and Montgomery, Huntsrille, Decatur Florence. Memphis and ARKANSAS pants, Shortest anil quickest to Anmtlon, Selma, Mobile. U ucct connections made at NEW OR. LEANS witheut omnibus transfer for Galveitss Houston, Austin, Knosvi!!?, Cuaterhnd fep'J. leuisvi!! K. Double Daily ScheditU, In Lve LoulsvtiTe " StaRfarc) ... Arr. Mld.lle.tMro Lve. MMtdlethero Arr. Cumber land Gap.. .. " Hamlltoti Snttagi.. .. " Arlhtir '.... . 11. Elfe-c- t Icenir.tr .1- so, 191. 45P It a rn sunrrffocyg: jnn 1 Louisville, Ky. - I a ASSIODTEE'S SALE . ...... nr .... TEXAS, Shrt-veptr- t MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. H33AX, JSSTiSXE. Mat The only through line to Jackson nd Vicktburg, La., making direct conneeiioas Mist, without omnibus transfer lor Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, San Anlonia, tl l'aso ana polnttin Where to go this Summer. If you contemplate taking a trip this summer remember that the most delightful place in America is Old Point Comfort, Va. On Tuesday, July 2Gth, the ,Chesapeake & Ohio Railway will run its annual excursion from Lexington and the Region. A trip to Old Point will cost you less than to any other place on account of the extremely low rates made by the Hygeia Hotel and the railway company to parties taking advantage of this excursion. Full particulars will be advertised shortly. Chas. L. Brown, G. P. A. Blue-Gra- ss Sociable Minister Do you read your Bibleevery day, my dear? Little Dear No, indeed. I don't have time. I'm too busy helping mamma stoue raisins and thing9, so as to always have something nice for dinner every time you come. talized for 510,000,000; charges $10 a line for advertisements on its last page and $20 a line for those on its third page and engages some of the most noted writers of leaders in France. The Tetit Journal of Paris prints copies daily; never admits an advertisement to its first page; is capi- 14 a m ji p m a m iilpm ."!! they would not relish as well in the " Luttrefl 4 a m 6 ji(p m " Powiler Spnngs IS a m 7 ij p in barn, it is doubtful if it does them mnch Brick House and Lot in Lancaster " Waslitmn 10 ia m 7 a6 p m ' good. In tho spring they should hnvo " tKaUmai. 10 J3 a m 7 4Spm Roberta as a drug M.re. Now occupied by K E. Mc "i3L,rriC CtlvUVSd UOUTK." " Clinch River 10 jc a m 7 47P m all they will eat, and that should bo of and " Lone MouBtain. 1047am 7ipn tho best.' But if any think differently Two Vacant Lots in Same Block, The shortoet and quickest rovho from Taiewell 00 a iu lupin " Powell Itiver .. .. .11 its m 8 36 p m and desire to givo a foddering in tho UOntrai twuniucKy iu u puuuo nui iu " Arthur rrrpiitlr hurnnl. . IVm In 10 a m 9 4I p m iko ia.ar-- i Fan JU Willi. yard it will pay to havo racks in which ...,.i...i.t..u.i tb tistata. uioro elvin lmmcuiatulv on Eaat, Vott ivnd 8outn-wH" ; " Ilatnllten Springs. 11 tam 854 p m tmnnt Intti Loxlugton and Oincln " Cumberland Gap.... Llnobotwoon 11 3 a m 837 p m to put it, to prevent it from being tram- compliance with terms of sal.). I ho h.iuvj Is rent ' Mlddleshero , u. ....... .. nntl. 13 n'n 911pm pled into the dirt. If it is only fit to go ed lur this year, uut ine purcua-v-. r ajSpm THROUGH TRAINS CINCINNATI TO MID Lve. Middlesboro Arr. Stanford. a jja m into the manure, put it thero nnd do not tothe rentiriimiimrni imriiij-.-and JELLICO. i.rihe Lincoln County rami will be DLEMIOKOUGH !.M.lr,n " LowlsvHIe- -- .. 7 03 a iu tho cows to eat it. If it has auy given 1st ol September next. uask ... .H... SCHEUDLE IN EFFECT NOV. 13. cbji, lerma Fer any information as to routes, rates, etc., apvalue as food do not let them waste it. inttallmetiU untiniru 13 month,iriiHvi6 HTCtnt leant. g f and of ply to No. J No. I. Ono of the objections to yard feeding is lntcr, nnd negotiable. W. A. 1ILV, Acting Geti'l Pass Agt , Mt&SAUFLEV. Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun that tho master animals nro always drivDaily. Knoxvllle,'letn. Also about to barrels of CORN, two stackt of a 13 ing the others about, punching them HAV and n SlIOATS for sale privately. Lvc Cincinnati ... t to a ml 8 00 p m J oa P to p rr. with their horns or with their heads if L,ve Covington... S 18 a m 8 o3 p m 4 33 P n 9 4J a m1 o 16 p m Lve Falmouth.-.- .. 6 lap n they have been dehorned, and the strongII 15 a m 10 3 p in 7 Arr Paris- 00 p m est ones get the most nntl tho best of tho Arr Lexington... II 10 p m 11 00 p rn (11510: feed, while tho underlings go without Paris ti 13 a m Lve 6 Jo 0 IB ..... .Th Arr Winchester.. a 10 p m and grow poorer all tho time. AmeriI 00 p a I 35 p m;. Arr Richmond.. 4 4J P m can Cultivutor. Arr Lancaster-- .. D. Jo p mi Arr Stanford.. Chesapeake Ohio Route., Live Stock I'oluta. jj p m Lve Richmond .. .! Keept the nicest, the best and largest variety of Arr Llvington.... 3 03 p m! In sowing grass for pasture, get a Philadelphia Arr Middlesboro 7 33 P ni. mixture of seeds that will rien at dif- Fancy Goods, Fruits, .No. . Baltlmoro, Now York, No, 4, No. a. Old Point and the Seashore and all Eastern Cities. ferent times several weeks apart. Thus Candies Nuts, Oigars Ex. Sun Ex. Sun, Daily. you will havo somo that is in prime conIN EFFECT NOV. 13, iSji. And Tobacco in the city ? Lve Middlesboro 6 38 a m dition all the season through.. 5 Lve Livingston... n 15 am Fast iLimlt'd Accent, Acco. In New Mexico alfalfa is tho thing for An Richmond-.- .. is 41 am EAST HOUND. Mail Ex Dariy Daily Not a Chnrmlo. Lve Stanford.... 7 00 a m Dally! Daily. Ex. Su. KxiMi cattle, if one knows how to raising A couple of friends meet. "Whatever feed it. Lvc Lancaster.. 7 jo a m Lve Lexington. 6 00 11 40 That he also keeps the cheapest stock ol 33 30 p Arr Richmond.. 10 15 a m is tho matter with you? You look quito " Winchester 6 43 12 30 5 'J 7 cop p m 6 03 am Lve Richmond... Tho demand for mutton hns increased Ml. Sterling S34 7 I'i7 35 P absorbed." ' p m 6 35 Arr Winchester. H 'iiy. p m 7 43 am "My first has tho hiccup, my second 25 per cent, in this country tho past four Arr Ashland Arr Parts 11 10 10 07 8 40 a " Catlettsburg. 11 a8 8 i9 a 10 73 p m 7 00 am 3 4J P m Lve Lexington .. has the chicken pox and my third the years. Tho farmers who wero discour' Huntington..- - 30 allAindi . p m 7 S3 a ni, 4 13 p m 9 30 a aged about wool may well turn their at- Vegetable, &c , and that he exchangea Potatoes, Lve Pant scarlatina." " Washington... IJ 3J P to 47 o a J 10 p m 9 3 a in S 30 p m fur Ilacon, Lard. Lve Falmouth-- .. tention to mutton, for tho better tho of goods which he pays theUutter, Eggs, " Phlladelphla-Ar- r 10 47 a j So p m 10 34 a in 9 37 D rn "And your whole?" Arr Covington .. etc., for New York .... t ao p' 8 ao p p m 11 00 a m 6 43 P M moro will be tho demand Cincinnati Arr "My whole? What nonsense I was mutton tho Prices. for it. Dr. Gnlen Wilson says the flesh Jn theMaysville Branch, No 10, leaves Paris ai WESTBOUND talking about my children, you muff." Daily. ic. am and No. u. at 6 it. r m. arriving at of tho sheep is cleaner and freer from Goods delivered anywhere in the city and his daiChronique. avsvilleat 10 10. a m. and 830. P m. No. ly trip made to Rowland. disease than that of any other animal. leaves Maysville at 5 ao a m, arriving at Pans at Lve Huntington-- . 6 00 a I 33 P 6 45 P " Catlettsburg 6 13 a 54 P 7M P 740, am. No. 11 leaves Maysville at 130 and A Saving Influence, Tho ouly objection to keroseno ns a 6 37 a a 03 p Ashland arrives at Paris at 4 10, ,1 m. These trains art P .7 daily except Sunday, of lice in tho poultry houses is destroyer t.x. su. No, I, dally to all points except Howland Divis- Mt. Sterling 10 17 a J 08 p a) p 6 as a thnt it soils tho plumage of white fowls, " Winchester., n it n 5 45 P 55 P t 13 a ion, which is daily except Sunday. No. a runs daily from Lexington to Cincinnati. Arr Lexington .. u ot p 0 Jo p a 43 P 8 05 a but that is n very slight objection, exI am agent for The Central Kentucky Hedge ...Louisville... .., 5 ij - 9 JO P 7 40 P 1150a 11, t of f cept in the case of fancy breeders or of Fence Co., ot Lancaster, and ofler the leryicea of Except Sundays: No, runs dally. both myaeif and the Company to the citiicns No. 4 runs daily from all stations except the wealthy people who want Bliining white Lincoln county. I am very thankful for the liberDivision, chickens to look handsome upon their al patronage received and hope by lair dealing to Rowlanddaily exceptwhich is daily except Sunday. Sunday. Limited Vestibuled Trains run daily in connec. No. 6 merit a continuance. Farmera in need of a Kd grounds. No, 3 dally between Cincinnati and Lexington. lion with Chetapealte At Ohio "K. F. V." to New fence will find me at the My era House in Stanford Except Sundays. York. ' RT A enso is on record of a steer that died on each County Court day. M. W. JOHNSON. Fast Mall Trains run dally and make local stops No. 16 Paris and Lexington Accommodation dai97.6m ly. Leaves Lexington 10.00 a. m. Arrives Paris between Lexington and Huntington. of authrax. The man who skinned the Huntington and Morchead Accommodations a. in, 10:43 carcass got u scratch on tho arm in the GO TO., No. 7 Falmouth Accommodation; leaves Cincin- run daily. Lexington and Morchead and Lexington and nati 5:15 p m. Arrives Falmouth 7 03 p m daily oieration. Ho died of blood poisoning. The Mt. Sterling Accommodations run daily except except Sunday. Yet we are told that this carcass was No. 8 Leaves Falmouth 6 00 a ni. Arrives CinSunday. Artistic Through Sleeping Cara to and from Washington dressed and sold in tho market as beef. cinnati 7 55 a m daily except Sunday. will made. No. and 3 make connections at Winchester for and New York without change. Wo don't beliove To have your photograph!you right, Yon give find We don't beliovo ou points on the N. N. A M. V. R'y, E. D. and that he will always treat there is any man in Christendom so aatisfaction. Remember he makes pictures of all No. carries through cars from Cincinnatito For full information in rreard to rates, routes. the different sires, even from .he smallest photo- Middletborough and Cumberland Gap and all in- Sic , apply to any agent of thi. or connecting lines "Bobby says that he has completely fiendish as that. graph up to a life tire portrait in crayon, water termediate stations and runt dsily, "Si! E. HUNTINGTON, you CI P. ATMORE, C. L. UROWN, S. R. KNOTT, Thero is ono point to remember in colors and paitells. If you have a picturebefore reformed since you accepted him." you to G. P. A., Gen. Past. Agt. V. P. nnd G. M., Trade Manager. dairy cattlo: waut cnlarged.it will pay to have Ittee himaa he is eding cattle, especially made, General office, Louisville, Ky. "Yes, ho says I snatched him out of contracting with any one 'Lexington, Ky., W. S. HARRISON, S. F.ll. MORSE, Gen'l Pass'g'r Agt., O. W. BARNEY, d ensilage is worse than no ensilage located here and will alwaya be here to give satistho jaws of bath, out of tho mouth of Office Chamber ol Commerce Huilding, Cincinnati O. M., Lexington.Ky. faction, T.P.A.,AhIand,Ky. A.J. EAKP, Stanford, Ky. all. hell, back to tho Four Hundred," Life. "rw- - um ibe iirnj-nri-. Land in Lincoln county, When the warm days como in the Containing 3x5 Acres. spring tho cattle will bo bettor for a ruu in the yard every day, or even twice a This Farm is well improved and well watered foinmodlous and vwll huilt day, of an hour or two at n time. Tho The dwelling li use isan easy I would sell ausceFtible of practice of feeding rough fodder out of in parcels, one parcel containing iy acres, j.n dwelling h.ue la situate, and the.ith. r doors at such times is not recommended, which the are not i6j acres, on which for although they might eat there what good I hIm offer forthe improvements sale tho Ik-indis-lslo- !ft TEXAS.ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. For thruueh rates correct county maps and Iu information ..all on Agent at Junction City, Ky or address j : 1. r.i 11, Trar Pass. Agt , Jinciion Clly.Ky D. G. F.DWAKDS. D. Mill F.R. u. .v I . a , Iralliv Mancr , Otncttnti'- - " Loue M'untalls " Clinch Rive- r" WsthbitrN "' Oilmiii Sprints Powder Luttifll...... " Corrjten ' lltverly ' K. ,VO. Junction-.." Knoavllle MalotwyMtle " IHwll Rlvtr ' laew.i am atsam ts4pm JJ asm 7 lam .4ipm 744 " M,nm ; t lpm 7 7 Jtjpra llUM a m I 14ipm I si ... !!" JJI' rn i' p 4 4 4 4 Jpm a 41 a m a at a m l pm 9 a m 4t pm J 40 a its nam pm, ISSUBI 10 ., JJJpm I ,1 am . 10 11 a m 10 jo a m r NOKT1I Ilfit'Nn ve Tfnoxvifle...- .Arr K. .V O . Junction ... ya a ni jo a " lleveflj-......- Malnn)-nll- e Kentucky Central R.R. t. Crrvton. a to 9 jeam rn $ 45 P ' 6 01 ji rn 6 10 p ni I . 1 1 II IMW - - ... it. 1 South-Boun- JESSE WEAKEN Newport Ncavs & Mississippi Valley Co. A-- 5 1 Washington, North-Boun- d. DON'T FORGET . 5 Staple Groceries And Provisions, Highest Market . , . -- I I . TO THE FARMERS. " , 1 1 - 1 &' ARTIST, it 1 1 oa-- iy l '''. : " ivsaiikam. ii!uiii.:, ,,--. .4. Jlf. 3iL,tihlrn ; 1 " i mL BALMY SPRING. many women suffer from Excessive or Scant Menstruation; they don't know who to confide In to get proper advice. Don't confide In anybody but try LARGE A llreeri of Oct inr a qtilaloo cnjieolo, my drooping lionet to clK'or, Ami tlout forget my rubber IwoU, for balmy prinit In hero. QUALITY IN DRAFT HORSES. Eco tho undertaker nml oUnln n ftpeclal rnto. It I ToMltiln to (!t lloth QunlUy nnd Auk tlw rnllroml Kuiit If he'll Itt mo go RA freight: Uuitutlt). Our correspondent wroto na ono who Buy h rosewood cnekct nnd havo tho parson ricnr, know whereof ho spoko wlien ho For I must walk nbrond today nml balmy tho dinnstrous results from using spring Is biro. drnft idrea tnoro distinguished for bulk Then go to tho tuarblo yard nnd chooeo n hand Mum quality. Ouo crws of stump legged bumo stone. sires "pqunretl up tho form nnd gnvo Hire an ilecittlnnfot to tench joti lion-t- moan: size." Tho second croa incronml hulk, Ilmonlx horns to tho hears', ten conches in but nt tho cxtcii80 of wearing qualities For I tlie rear, must goJonn town today nnd balmy in Bomo instances. But tho third cross spring is here. brought with it all tho ills of "loggy" Lay inn on n sunny slope, w hero birds sing In hocks, round spongy bono, upright antbo trt-- ; kles and shelly feet. Night no inoro Don't put shells around my grave, they're net tho proixT cbeeMj; surely follows day than this result attends tho uso of rough legged, obese, Giro my fond furuwull to all my friends and coiiinuUsdtnr, "beefy" draft sires. Tho Gazette has And tell them to remain indoors when balmy not ceased to cry aloud against theso spring Is here. New York Evening Sun. hulks of horseflesh set on iost legs. To Give mo aSEtSvSP1 ilf thick chinchilla true; cht protector oat, mjr velvet caramffs too, ulster, Every Month PBI3STOE. ported, I will stand my fine young horse, Prince, the ecason of 1892, five miles east of Stanford, on tlie Stanford ifc pike, at So to insure a colt to get up, walk around tho mare and suck. No colt, no pav. Prince is a fine, stylish, black Btrtllfon, 9 years old this spring and 15A hands high. His siro was out of a Denmark mare and was by a Drennon liore. His dam was sired by a Drennon bor&e and out of n Whip marc. Ho is a natural gaited addlc horse. I will also stand my splendid young Jack, Preach-ersville Onward Messenger Standard. Urrd by Chnrles Dunn. SIRED BY ONWARD CHIEF 4495. By Onward 1411, record 2 2o, sire of 40 in 2 30 list, also 17 producing tons nnd 16 producing daughters. 1st dam Lady Messenger, bv Hutchin- air ioroa plaster WHITE YORKSHIRES. III Not bavins? sold this fine stock, n9 re- shows a Large White Yorkshire toar that won many prizes nt British fairs. It was not uncommon, in the days when hogs were kept to a greater age than they nro now, for a Large Whito toar to reuch n weight of over 1,200 pounds. slower lu than ours, the Large Whito Yorkshire breed is still in favor. Our Illustration In Knglniiil. Englnnd, n country that is llugn Sirlne Still I'nvor Femali Regulator a Specific SCANTY. Bradfleld's for PAINFUL, PROFUSE, SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR MENSTRUATION. Dook to "WOMAN" mslled free. BRAOFIEID REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. Id by all UruggUts. de3-- ! SSL Tuffs Tiny Pi..s Tocurocoutlpatloniurjlnfrtliebow- clsRiiouldboaTuldcdi It weakens their power of motion. A Rentlo aperient M effect Is only required. Tutt'n Tlny Uvcr Pills are prepared wltli stxjchu views to the permanent cure of C0STIVENESS and HEADACHE. They nro rulld nnd remain In the sys-- A tcin until they net on tho lUer, causo annturnl flowof bllunntl their tonlo . properties Impart power to the bcwM els to remove unhealthy ncciimula- tlons. GoimI appetite and dlKestlun result from the use of these llttlo pills. Price, SSc Offlcc, 30 fork l'lace, N. Y. f . lit 6 Snyder is a haudsonie bay, 15 hands high" and is a splendid mover. lie was sired bv Paladine, he by Bysdyk's 10; dam bv Seeley's American Star; 2d dam by Crabtreo Bellfounder. Snvder's dam, Joette, is by Blood Chief 792, sire of Fannie Robinson 2:20. Blood Chief, by Blood's Black Hawk, dnm Mi Duncan by Scott's Highlander, grandam bv Aiatus," 3d dam by Tlmole-on- . Blood Chief sired Woolley Jim, 2:29, Fannie Kobinson, 2:20, and Chief, Blood's Black Hawk sired the 2:23J. Season 1892. dams of Von Arnim, 2:19, and Almout, Jr., 2:20, and grandam of Belle Brasfield, 2:20, and Protiene, 2:1S. My track has been improved and is as DANVILLE, KY. le track in tlie coungood ns tny Jeweler Yon will not tnko no for an try. Will handle and break horses at low trotting The following standard-breanswer? Porter, como and kick this felMares grazed nt $2 at owner TmlXJ&'4?liVi$ sV ft i stallions will make tlie eaoii at my farm rates. low out! W. S. WIGHAMV risk. miles soutli-eaof Danville: Undnnntcd Drummer Now, whilo two Moreland, Ky wo'ro waiting for tho porter, I'll Bhow S. 11048. you the finest diamond jewelry you over Race record 2:29J. laid eyes on. Jewelers' Weekly. Bay stallion, foaled ISfeo, 16 hands. Record a3t. Sixteen haudshinh. SIRED BY VOLTAIRE 685. Sired bv Abdallah Mnmbrino, the sire of by Lexington Chief 233 dam be of Inttreit to those contempUtlnE set It will Geneva's. 2 19, Bettie Jones 2 19V Soto a .... by MambriDO Chorister. g knov thst the She I suppose tho burning of Mr. Van tllnfr in the Northwest, to in Wisconsin are tribut 2 20J. Mattie II. 2 23 and 13 others. 1st 3 dam Lady Stanhope., .by Hambletonlan 10. dam snil timber lands Wiggins' picturu gallery is an irreparablo tary to the Wisconsin Central Lines. Settlers on dam Ella Hopkins (the dam of 3 better - Gratdam of Kota WilUi a iS1, and these lines have all the advantages ol healthful than 2 301. "bv OctarooiO sire of the dam loss. SlmmoDt 23s of fuel iirsai.vx SHKKI DOO. market Ho Almost. Nothing can to re- climate, goodmaterial, facilities, abundance drink of Wm. Mngerly 2 10); 2d dam Mollie Voltaire 2 so1, by Tattler 300; dam Young Porbuilding pure aud spsrkling and or Russian sheep dog, has been substitia by Mambnno Chkfu;id dam bv Roebuck ing water and cthrr Important benefits which can Winfrevby Avent's Aliuo (tlie sire of Notuted for tho faithful collio. Wherever placed except tho old family portraits. the lire of Brown Jim it also the sire ef Yolney, not be enjoyed on the prairies ot the West. No ra G. 2"2S and Wm. Singerly 2 10). Life, "v droughts, no cyclones, no grasshopper plague and br. B dam Nellie by Alden Goldsmith, who made ho has been thus tried, tho owtchef had record in 18900! a M Tattler, Voltaire's sire no fever and acue. Now is the time to select $25 THE SEASON. proved to to tho sheep owner's most by Pilot, Jr. dam Telltale by Tellamou, son of choice lands at low prices. Wisconsin is considerAn Abused Wife. IWedoc, sired Indianapolis 2 it, Rumor a ao. the most faithful friend and servant. Wo hojo Married Daughter Oh, dear, such a ed one of dltpctly onprosperousMatet in the Union. iS' j and Voltaire 2 11049. Slander a Indianapuhs. Rumor,aoi, and his sons Located ho will to further cxierimented with, as time as I do have with that husband of in this State are the the Wltconsm Central Lines Tattler, Jr., aud Abbott, thrhln: cities of Burlington, 1SSS, 10 hands. Votalte arc all sires of performers in 2 30 Pilot, Chestnut suillion, foaled ho promises to bo a most valuable de- minol 1 don't havo n miuuto's ponco Waukesha,' Kond du Lac, Oshkosh, Neenah, , i,8ireof Tattler, Iswell known as oetng one ChipWaupaca, Slew ns Point, Marshfield, Sired bv 0. F. Clay 2 18, sire of Olorine Jr pendence for stock miners. mare when he's in tho house. Ho is always pewa Kails, Eau CUIte, New Richmond and 2 23, Spn'igday 2 20 and Conner 2 2J. of the Kteatest brood Maud Ssires of the I ace, his daughters produiinj 2cE4lJ Tho American Cultivator gives this calling mo to help do something or other. Ashland. I 110 maps and lull Informs, 1st dam Ella Hopkins (the dam of Geneui and a host of others ot note Kor tickets, time tables, information about tho owtcher: Lexington Chief sire of Brown Jim's dam, is Mother What does ho want now? S apply to T. S. TATTY, I). P. A.. tion, Mattio II. 2 23 and Quinine S. 2 Tho old proviuco of Ukraine, which is by KentucU City 194; dam Lady tVartield by Chattanooga, Ttnn. Daughter Ho wants mo to tralpso Or to 2 211 j) by Octaroon; 2d dam Mollie Win- Mambnno Chief ti now incorjtornted in tho Russian gov- way up stairs just to thread a needlo for JAS C. rOND, O P. & T, A . Chicago, III. (sire of dam of Protelne Mambnno frey, byAvent's Ahue. ernment district of Kiev, is nn extremo-l- y him, so ho am mend his clothes. Now a 18 tVc by Maiubrino Chief, dam by Chorister. For a number of jiars have tecn subject to mo $20 THE SEASON. fertile country, but only sparsely lent sttacVs of inflammatory rheumatism, which York Weekly. These stnllions will nick with the mares $15 to Insure a Living Colt. generally lasted about two months. On the first Tho greater jwrtion of this terof thi section and get both the speed nnd of this month was attacked in the knee nnd sufritory consists of vast, slightly undulated severely for two da)s, when I procured a stylo from them. Seo the stock before fered A Matter of Wugvu. bottle ol Chamberlain's I'aln Balm and it relieved booking your mares. STAR "DENMARK, steppes which aro watered by tho Duel-po- r I therefore most cheorfullv "I oliservo, James," said tho Boston me almost saddle Stallion. and its numerous tributaries. Tho employer, "thnt you bay 'eethcr and recommend it to those who are similarly atllictt-A. W. SMITH, Danville. U D. Whitley, Mattindale, hands high, three white fett, C, Bay horse, 15 wealth of tho inhabitants consists of 'neether.' Aro you not awaro that such everywhere. K Whitley is a very prominentN man Kct. i88 hiay mane and ttil fine t)le and action. llvo stock, nnd particularly sheep, of is not our pronunciation of those words?" In thUplace Mr. his disease was tery widely and SIRED B WOODFORD DENMARK. severe pain. W. M bv King: William. dam which enormoiw Hocks nro kept. Ono "It doesn't Eeem to mo," roplled tho known, atA he suffered such Martindale, X C. Soc Sumpter .by Goddard's .. . . llouiton Co , merchant', 3 dam of tho largest landowners is Mr. Falz toy from New York despondently, bottles for tateby Dr M. L. llournc, Druggist anc Denmark. 3 damn thoroughbred sheep on his "thnt you ought to expect mo to say Optician, Stanford, Ky. Fein, and tho number of Sired by Gen. Knox 2 31, trial 2 21, sire runs is so largo that ho can only form 'oyethcr' nnd 'uyther on a salary of six$15 to Insure a Living Colt. DucUlln's Arnica Salve. of tho dam of the great Monbars 2 10, the I also have dogs teen dollars a month." Cliicago Tribnn estimnto by tho number of The best salt e in the world tor cuts, bruises next fastest in the world. ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapwhich aro required to guard them, nnd une Sire of Lndv Maud 2 IS (tho dam of ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin ctup thero aro generally 5,000 kept for that 2 10); Boulah 2 19, Camera 1 wo Ol men are uoicu :u iuc ueai ui jcuhci jkik, Monbnt tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requirIlnndlcapped. purpose. On au averago forty sheep aro ed. It is guaranteed to jri. perfect sati. faction, 2 19 j, Independence 2 21, Knox IJov aud will erve jenuetsat J25 for a jacic colt andfi; Price 95 cents per box, apportioned to each dog; tho total must, Father now can you expect to marry or money refunded 2 23 J, Peaceful 2 20, Gilbreth Knox 2 20 j lor a jennet colt. Will also senc mates . $10 tu sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. ...v a it.iufc vu. n. u... thereforo, reach the prodigious liguro of tlds young man when ho has dono noth- Kor (sire of 5 nnd the dams of 0 in tho list" insurejacks as can be found t the country and mule of room, 5 year, will senu marts at ing so far to show that ho can support Gen. Washington, 2,000,000. Tho First Step. ou are run down, can't eat, can't 2 19j, Presto, 3 years, 2 22, and a "large Perhaps Theso sheep dogs havo a long coat, you? $10 to Insure a Living Colt. your sat nnd representative list too numerous to Daughter But yon must remember, sleep, can't think can't do antlilnf - to which very often gets matted. Tho . " suction, anu juu wuimw ou are taking the first mention. j". Stables two miles couth of llustcn.ille en the color generally ia a kind of gray, formed father, that ho has toon employed tho should heed the warning. ou ueeu a 1st dam Lady Arthur by Bourbon Chief Moreland and Carpenter's Station pike. by a mlxturo of black and dingy whito best part of his llfo in learning to tio Ida step into nervous prostration. will find tho nerve best and Klectric Hitters you Cafinar 2 22 tho hair. Tho medium height is twenty-eig- owu neckties. Clothier nnd Furnisher. tonic for restoring your nertous system to Its 8S3, sire of Fullerton D.nnd 19", dams of remedy 5799 2 Pickiml Surprising results Alta 2 23, condition normal, healthy inches, and their tail is always Standard Rule 6. follow the use of this Nere Tonic and Alterative. 2 18 aud others. 2d dam Lilly Arthur 149a, trial a Sired by A Kemarknble Shot. short, frequently carried very gnyly, Your appetite returns, good digestion is restored, by Llttlo Arthur by Imp Glencoe. 3d King Rene Kienil dam Chance 30; full brother to by Tom Stamps ist action. nsutne liver and and only sparsely coated. Sometimes nend Gnmekeepor Killed threo hares Try the bottle. and kidnejs cents at healthy Penny's dam Lilly Hartley by Maico. A R, 1713, record 240, out of the dam of Red Wilkes; Price jo a by Bourbou Chief 3S3; jd dam exists only quite a rudimentary today with ono ball. iil'dam Chubb thero drug store. $15 to Insure. Chubb, bj St Lawrence Hienii 1492, b Belmont traco of a tail. Tho breed is highly esGent Impossible! 64; ist dam Blandina (dam of Kin); Bene 1278, Qlrl's Experience In a Light A Llttlo Russia, whoro it is known by teemed in Swigert 50, etc by Mambnno Chiet u. 2d dam Gamokeoior Tho honest truth. Shot Houso. Burchmart) (dam of Rosalind 2 21 V( by Brown Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescottare keepers of the tho uamo of tho Owtcher. tho first ono through tho head, tho secMich., and are Pilot, Tom Stamps 173, by Abdallah Pilot nnd tho third Gov. Lighthouse at Sand4 )Beach,old. Last April ond died through fright ears 708; ist dam Queen Dido 'the dam or Ked blessed with a daughter. Sired by Mutiopolitan 1372, siro of tlie Wilkes 1749, sire of 15 in '30 list by .Mambnno Humane Dehurnlni;. a with went and drowned itself in a fit of de- abe wav taken down with measles, followedDoctors re dam of Collinwooil, 3 years, 2 22, and oth- Chief 11; ad dam by liedJacket, a 22) of Comet. dreadful cough and turning into a fever. An Indiana fanner gives this method spair. Fisiinatenten. by Bourbon Chief 33 (sire of Calmar home and at Detroit treated her, but in vain; ers. Ho by Hnmbletonian 10, dam at humanely dehorning calves: As soon by Grey Eagle ad of ist dam Pus, she grew worse rapidly until she was a mere (the dam of Mecca 2 27 ami Clani dam by Sir Peter An analysis of Ingchm's pedishe tried Dr. Kinc s ..i,.,ic.l nrhnnti." then ns tho buds of tho horns appear on tho Sounds So. of New Discovery and after the use of two and a half tho dnm of the great Dictntor and Dexter gree reveal a rich inheritance three performing and calf or can bo found I tnko an ordinary direct crosses rroduclns blood, there being Mr. Subnry 1 wish you would 6cnd bottles was completely cureu. intjwt its weight in gold, 2 17; also tlie grandam of Princeton 0! Mambrino Chief. His sue is a lull brother to stick of whito potash, such as is sold by mo n pair of Cochin China fowls. King's New Discoery is worth his dam a half brother Kin? maygetoua trial bottle free at A. R. 2 193 ad Euclid 2 281 bv Volunteer, sire to RedRene and the sire of be seen to be appreciaany druggist for a very slight sum of Wilkes He must Dealer Yes, sir. I'll send them to- vet jou drug store. of St. Julien 2 11 and GhMer2 17. Penny's stand at Liberty, under the managemouoy, nnd after moistening tho horn morrow morning, sir. 1st dam Lady Welch by Wm, Welch, ted. He will ment of G,V lr)e, at bud with a drop of water or somo saliva, sire of Prince Imperial 2 22 J, Jeremiah Llttlo Miss Suburb Papa, aro they tho 2 21, tho dams of Pcrsica 2 22 nnd Conner rub tho exposed horn with tho end of kind that lay tho China eggs? Good tho stick of potash. I use tho stick of Nows. 1 15, half mile, ns a yearling 2d dam by " Mr Frye will alw stand ray Castorla, When Baby was sick, wo gave her Ktash becauso it is nbont tho sizo of a Monte, son of Wagoner. 3d dam by Waglead pencil nud it is very convenient to for Castorla. oner. 1th dam by Imp. Tratiby. When aho was a Child, she cried A Good Reason. take hold of, and after being usod it can At SO to lnaure. Wlfo John, you slept with your When she became Miss, she clung to Caitori. $15 to Insure. where- it must to slipped into a bottle, if the mare is parted with the season Iu all clothes on last night receive at "Maples," 2 miles south becomescases and collectable. A lien is retained on When she had Children, she garo them Castoruv PWill bo kept closely corked until ono wishes due Husband I know of Lancaster, from March 15 to July 15, all colt for se Ice fee I didnt want to to uso it again. It takes but a slight ap1892. T. A. ELKIN, J. K. BATJGHMAT, plication to kill the young horn, and the tio that necktie over again. Clothier 14 Hustonvlllc, Ky S Lancaster, Ivy. cab! does not mind it at all and Furnisher. Ham-bletonfa- that insistent thundering of "Weight! weight!" it has answered, "Quality! quality?" Granting tho twiblo valuo of tho lirst croi of bulk only on our small toned, spindlo shanked, light waisted mares, it has warned against tho intensification of this coarsa legged, short blood by a second ciws, and has times almost without number declared that quality should to tho primo requisite. If associated with sufllcient well and good, bnt with all their getting it has uniformly wlvised American draft homo breeders to get understanding. Stall feeding of stallions tenJa to soften tissued and causo degeneracy, but esjecially does it mako ita evil effects manifest in tho condition of tho legs. Tho farmer who has secured bulk in two or threo crosses, at tho of tho tough hoofs and lllnty and clean though light bono of his foundation mares, may well claim indulgence while ho meditntes upon an outcross to tho light but sound legged sire. Quality and size aro not incompatible; this much hna been so thoroughly proved that further discussion is idle. Tho draft horso must liavo bulk, Btrength, weight in tho collar, but with it ho needs leverage, elasticity aud wearing joint. Porous tono, meaty legs, "boggy" hocks hnndicnp horvo aud master. It is tho breeder's province to wiWitnto llinty, lint tone, clean limlw and tony hocks. A hereditary tendency toward flabby muscles; meaty legs, thick hocks and still joints is not valuo received for tho service fee. Careful selection of sound sires with gun metal legs aud clean, limbor joints, nnd judicious work to harden tho muscles, toughen tho sinews and oil tho joints ia what ever' owner of brood mares has n right to demand of every stnllioner. Quality first, bulk afterward. Breeder's Gazette pas-temo, Ills Grout Doslrc. Tho young bou of a prominent nctor got into Bomo mischief tho other day which drew tqwii huu tho Bevero reprimand, toth theoreticul nnd nppliel, of his parents. When a visitor cnlled later in tho afternoon tho boy was still sulking over his punishment "And what aro you going to to when you grow up, my little inat7" asked tho guest, noticing tho child gloom nnd wishing to coax him into good humor. "I supjioso yon mean to to a famous actor like your papa?" "Naw, I don't," said tho llttlo fellow enlleuly. "A manager, then?" "Naw, nor a manager neither.'1 "Well, what will you to," continued tho visitor smilingly, "a merchant or a banker?" "Naw," said tho toy nngrily. ,,T you wnn't to know what I'll to when I grow up. Well, I mean to to a norphan." New York Press. Ilogus. LAitoE wiiiTK YoniLsmnE. Ho is 7 years old, about 15 hands high, black with mealy nose, fine leiiKth and form. He was sired bv Arch Walker's jack and out of my old jennet. He will htand at SS on same terms as the horse. This jack h.is given 20 per cent, better satisfaction than any jack I ever stood. Call aud see him and hi) colts. Maris bred to cither of tlioe and traded or removed from the neighborhood without satisfying mo that that they aio not in foal, forfeits the season anil tho money Is due. I aNo hold a lien on tlie colt until tlie seaon 14 SILAS ANDERSON. :m:o:doc, son's Chief 12120; 2d dam Elizn Jane, o- (ilnm nf f nurl 1 na..AMnnK o ml ........ u. ...iiuu .'injcugci iui,.uuui at) by Gentle Breeze 345G, siro of Pearl 2 30, rec ou nam rutty uivers, tinni ol liertio Girl 2 37, by Abdallah 15, sire of Altnont, Belmont, Ac; 4th dam by Bod Jacket, sire of the dam of Kentucky Wilkes 2 21, Madison Wilkes 2 2SJ and grandam of Ked Wilkes, So So 2 17$, Lizzie Wilkes 2 22 J, &c. Bay hore, heavy mane aud tall, with size, ftyle and finish, nnd representing some of the best trotting families in the whole country. Should make a great stock bore. Will make a short season at our stable 2J miles of Stanford, r!.n 1 vat At $10 to Insure a Mare in Foal. Largo Mule Jack, 10 At name place a Somo of the sows of this breed havo been exhibited that had reached n weight V At $8 to Insure. J. A. &S.T.IIARKIS. of pounds. These swine nro largo feeders, naturally, and tako longer to mature than tho smaller breeds. Tho improved Large Whito, however, ia better than the old in this repect. But for old or matured jwrk thero aro nono totter than these heavy whito hogs. Tho Yorkshire is a pig for tho pen rather than for tho pasture. Yorkshire boars, liko others, nro apt to tocomo vicious and dangerous If used longer than two years. Tho puro bred Largo Whites aro kept to n great extent for stock purjioses to cross with other breeds. 1,100 & A.3DOIriS. stable RED EAGLE. rel, the grandest saddle stallion ou earth, as his record will show. His owners, the Messrs. Owsley, of Burksville, have refused an ofler of $o,000 for him; stands nt $35 tlie season, cash in hand, and can not accommodate half his patrons; sired by Black Squirrel, he by Black Eagle, by King Willinm, by Washington Denmark, by Gaines' Denmark, by tho great race horse, Denmark, by Imp. Hedgeford. Red Eagle's dam Rowena Webb Russell, one of the best wnlking animals on earth, having met and defeated all the "crack'' walkers of Central Kentucky, including stallions and geldings: by Funk's Sumpter Denmark, by Goddard's Sumpter Denmark, by Washington Denmark, &c. You will sec from above thnt his breeding is gilt edge in fact, he is a model general utility horse. Will serve a few mares the present seasou nt my place, Standard. Will make tlie season of 192 at my 1 Foaled May 20, 1889. Blood bav, black miles fiom Milledgoville. Lincoln county, on tho Stanford and Mil- Icl's. mane and tail, will he full ih ImrwU high nt maturity. ledgoville pike, at aireu by tlie incomparable Red Squir- $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt. Once Only. Sovernl prominent literary men of Paris recently conceived tho idoa of mnking imesrigations among tho on the boulevards by disguising themselves as members of tho togging fraternity nnd soliciting nlms. They Bucceeded toyond their utmost toth in discovering fraud in casi-so- f counterfeit cripples and blind men. and by tho liberal fees which they themselves received. A good story is told of a number of theso togus toggars calling upon tho Duo d'Aumnle, with npiieals for relief, to each one of whom tho duko gavo flvo francs. At bust, howover, a genulno beggar appeared, to whom tho duko said: "1 havo relieved about twenty mendicants of nnd I recognized them all. letters In splto of ttolr rags; but I dont know you; yon must to a bogus literary man. lliualnii tthrpp Dog. Tho vast steppes of Ilussia are in many Get out!" Argonaut. respects similar to tho great plains of our own northwest, Tho Scotch collie Kxptrt Knotlrdg. in tho northwest has suiTercd occasionally from tho cold in our extremo winters. To some extent tho owtchcr, beg-gars cirn'o-tntion- s, Last Christmas day tlie vicar of a rhurch in a largo manufacturing town had been kept busy tho whole morning wing to tho largo imuitor of weddings. Ho was just leaving tho church when another couplo came. Tho vicar was rerj' angry, and told them they wero too Lite nnd would have to como another morning, but toth pleaded so hard to to married then that ho consented at last, Baying, "I will marry jou this timo, but dou't let it occur again." Tit-Bit- s. Adonis is a beautiful dark bay with black points, 15 hands 3 inches high, foaled August, 1SS8, and is a jrnnd saddlo horse. Those who want to breed to a handsome Kentucky saddle stallion are invited to look mine over and see his action and style. He was sired by the grand show horse, Second Jewel, he" by Cunningham's Jewel, he by Washington Denmark. His first dam, Minnie, by McDonald's Halcoin, Second dam by Wells' Crusader, his first dam unknown, but thought to be an Oliver. Marcs kept on grass or fed at reasonThe American peonlo are rapidly becoming a wrecks, and tho following race of nenous able prices, but not responsible for accitho best remedy: Alphonso Hempfllng, of Butler, Ta , swears thst when his eon was speech- dents should any occur. F. F. SAXDIDGE, less from M. Vitus dDce, Dr. Miles' crest Nervine eared him. Mrs J. R. Miller, Milledgeville, Ky. Locansport, of Valparaiso, and J. D. Tslor. of W STARTLING FACTS. sng-cee- ts Cool. Ind , each gained 30 pounds from talcing it. Mrs. II. A. Gardner, of Vistula, Ind.. was cured of 40 to W convulsions a day. and much headache, dlzzi. noss, backache, and nervous prostration, by ono bottle. Uanlel livers. Brooklyn. Mich., ears his daughter was cured of Insanity of ten years' standing. Trill bottles, and fine book of marvelous cures, free at druggists. This remedy contains no opiates. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, lnd. S3ST1T3DEE;. well-bred At $20 the Season. Money due at first service, with privi lege 01 iree return until colt Is gotten. TRIAL BOTTUE FREE. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. For further information and extended stallion, will pedigree, call on ornddres3 This make the present season at m farm, at 10 E. D. KENNEDY, Morelanu at Hustonville, Ky. $8 TO INSURE. KZHsTO- - : u BOT. d; to-da- y, half-mi- King Boy is n dark bay, 5 years old, 16 bands nigh and is an elegant combined horse. He was sired by Horton's bay hore, he by Dr. llerr's Mambrino King, dam by Steamboat, owned by Chedwell, of Virginia. The dam was raised by Stephen Snmpoon; 1st dam by Frank Wol-lor2d dam by originnl Jim Bell; 3 dam by original Denmark, who ran 10 consecutive miles in a race at Now Orleans; 4th dam bv Sir Elliott; 5th dam by Gray Ctli dam by Buzzard. Will make the season of 1892 at my farm, the old Wm. Ball place, five miles from Stanford, Ea-gle; ,71 d At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. At the same place I will stand my fine young jack, Quinine IBIBDSl&rair (31M3 s.a.:m:. i u I.and-Seeker- a. 1 He is by an imported Spanish jack, has a fine body and large bones. He will stand choices-farmin- At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. A lien will be letained on colts till season money is paid; if marc is parted with season becomes due. 1. S. PHILLIPS, Walnut Flat. 10 Granville Smith lt, WALLACE DENMARK 55. 15J bands high. j-- 6, i 1 BY SUMPTER DENMARK, JR. He by Goddard's Denmark, he by Gaines & Cromwell's Denmark, he by the race ) jwp-ulate- d. 1 horse Denmark, he by Imp. Hedgeford. 1 dnm Fannie Wallace No. 30, by Sir Wal- lnce, lie by Todhunter's Sir Wallace, lie by Sir Albert (thoroughbred.) 2 dam by Yirginius (dam of Yirginius by Tranbv, thoroughbred); he bv Mn- 8011 8 tit hip. 3 dam n Whip maro. 1 Arthur Sims 3041. 1 $15 the Insurance. LE2SEL 262. 10 hands high. 3S months old; BY WALLACE DENMARK 55. (Seeped-- " igree of Wallace Denmark 55.) 1 dam Mag 37, by Vidette by Vindex, ho bv Blood'b Blnck Hawk, he bv Old Black Hawk. Vidette's 1st dam by Whip; 2d dam Gnllntin; 3d dam Old TJger. Yindex's 1st dam bv Mambrino Chief 11; 2d dnm by Old Bay Messenger; 3d dam bv 2 3 4 -- Fowr Splendid Jacks, w --. -- 111 ht INGELOW Cannon s Whip. dam Julin Wallace, by Sir "Wallace, he by Todhunter's Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert (thoioughbred). dnm by Virginius, he by Mason's Whip. dam n Whip mare. Wyandotte $15 the Insurance. 5526. TOM ROBINSON, Son of Wallace- Denmark above; 1st dnm by Miller'b Denmark, he by the race hore Denmark; his dam Florizel; 2d dam bv Montgomery's Qliver; 3d dam by Ol'd Drennon. Tom is a fine shaped horse, black with heavy mnne nnd tnii,15r hands high: is n natural saddler nnd will warrant him a saddle breeder. Hy-anci- th ", Ten Dollars to Insure. IMPORTED JACK, $8 the Insurance. Stock committed to my care and breeding will receive my personal attention. Grass furnished at reasonable rates, to be paid for before removal of stock. No responsibility for accidents or escapes. it Parting with stock forfeits insurance. J. STEELE CARPENTER, 0 Hustonville, Ky. v.i (i . j, s- -. o V. . M Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal AnuL 22, 1892 Stanford, Ky., W. P. WALTON. In his appointment of the railroad commission, Gov. Brown has paid a compliment to the young democracy of tho State, as none of the appointees are over 3S years of ae. Messrs. Urey Woodson and 0. 0. McOhord, have all along been tipped, but the selection of Senator Charles B. I'oyutz, of Mason, Ho was an original was a surprise. dayman and hia appointment like that of Judge Brent seems to refute the charge that the governor knows none but his friends in the distribution of favors The newspaper men of the State and others who know his worth are greatly gratified at Mr. Woodson's appointment He is the editor of the Oweud-bor- o Messenger, a capital newspaper man and will, we have no doubt, reflect credit on himself, his friends and the State. Mr. McChord is county attorney of Washington and is said to be a good and capable man. . do-cide- d t Clevelanu should bo our leader. Like politicians are barred. ad Kentuckinns, he would rejoice to California was severely shaken up see Carlisle president, but this is a time hope by to by an earthquake Tuesday morning. for business nud not sentiment. Mr. Brick buildings were wn eked, the water be Poignard will do. . mains wrenched and several persons into keep of The man who is mean enough to steel jured. Dixon and Winters, neighborthe public echool fund, which is entrust- ing towns, were badly damaged, and at ed to his keeping, deserves to be punish- Winters, a hotel, containing 40 guests, ed severely here and to burn forever collapsed, but no ono was hurt. The hereafter. Supt Gndgel, of Anderson, damage at Vacaville, Dixon and Winters go: away with ?0,lS3.1i2 and it is doped is estimated at $50,000. An old church that he will get the full benefit in both was partially wrecked at San Francisco. countries for his meatiest of thefts. The director of tho mint reports that in 1S91 the product of gold from the w Billy for the Grasshopper State dem mines of the United States aggregated ocrats! The unterrified in convention 1,G04,S40 fino ounces, of the value of assembled at Salina, Kansas, instructed $33,173,000, an increase of $3G0,000. The for Cleveland first, last and all the time TiikXcw York Uei aid says that the his name is before the convention. The silver production was 5S,330,000 fine time has not come for women to p.o to platform declares for tariff reform and ounces of the commercial value of or of tho coining value in silver the polls and vote. Certainly not and favors free silver coinage by internation-agreemendollars of $75,41(5,505, an increase of will never come. An exwe hope it ounces over the previous year. change very truly remarks that the woThe total amount of paper and metnllic manly women of tho country do not The Lancaster Record is also of tho want to go to the polls. Nearly all the opinion that John Thompson is not the money in circulation on Jan. 1, 1S92 (exdemand comes from a few professional proper person to represent this district clusive of the amount in the treasury claquers, who never did anything to at Chicago and is equally of the opinion and its branches) was Sl,o2,393,C29, against $1,52S.594,G27 on January 1, promote domestic happiness, aud who that he will not do so. 1S01, an increase of $03,799,002. The J are, generally speaking, ciphers in eoci-etThe Indiana democrats instrncted for Amount of paper and metallic money They have done nothing for home Cleveland as first choice and Gray as in actual circulation on April 1, 1S92, influences, but have stalked over the land demanding that all women shall be second choice. A majority of the dele- was$l,COS,041,520. -Cleveland as unwomanly as they can and an coarse gates are uncompromising MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. men. as men. Rain has prevented much fishing. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Gov. Brown made a most admirable The lumber interests of this locality the room, singed the gentleman's whis- selection for World's Fair CommissionThe House committee on charitable are looking up. Six milU will be run- kers and filled the house with buioko ers in the persons of Messrs. Young E. institutions started on an inspection of ning in n short time. and ashes. Ho will take the pipes down Allison and W. H. Dulauey, of Jeffer- of the asylums of the State, Tuesday. Meshack and James Gentry nro In when choked hereafter. son county; Dr. J. D. Clardy, of ChrisAfter a three days' effort the House from Grays. Fred Krueger was up from Your House This Spring tian county; J. D. Black, of Knox, and adopted the Mclnerney report and that Crab Orchard this week. Central Kentucky Medical Association. John W. Yerkes, of Boyle. Tho first spotless lamb is restored to full commun The pros and cons on tho question Is tl best made. Will retain its gloss longer, and last are republicans, but the flower ion. This organization of doctors, now more of the repeal of Rockcastle's prohibition Dr. Clardy, ofthe flock in Kentucky; COVi-- t The separate coach bill was made a law are having likely tilts through tho than 20 years of age. is composed of memone-hal- f more space than any paint mix- was the governor's competitor for the special order in the State Senate for bers principally from the counties of columns of the Signal. cd m thc ordinary way and is guaranteed to t .t t democratic nomination; John D. Black Apm nrt m tne nouse ine juuicnu Mercer, Boyle, Garrard and Linco'n, -- a. The marriage of Geo. O. Doll, the n sprinkling from Anderson, Jes is a splendid young lawyer and Mr. report was make a special orcommercial traveler, to Miss with is capitalist and a fine business der for May 4. Casey and Woodford. It has give satisfaction. It is made by thc lutcit improved machinery unSallie Ellis, is announced to take place samiiie, man. The appointments give entire satbeen alwavs vigorous and hoalthy, with der the personal supervision of a practical Judge Lindsay created a sensation on April 2Sth, at Smith's Grove. painter. Accept no sub- enual to western "snap." Wo Stttutc. isfaction. by offering a resolution providing that Mr. E. Fish, traveling for a Cincin- an eneruv Manu!acturcd by the It may advancing years, that The free silver advocates like drown- the State shall not be laid off in over 25 nati house, was home Sunday. Mr. H. trust, in grow, not only in numbers, LION PAINT & COLOR CO., LEXINGTON, KY., continue to judicial districts. If it is adopted the C. Weber, of the Williams-SharSading men catch at 6traws. They pretend A. R. Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. but in the strength and power of sciento regard the vote of tho Senate chang- whole matter of redisricting will have dlery Co., is with homefolks here. tific trntbs, for the benefit of suffering The suppoied volcano at the suming the words "payable in gold coin" to to be revised. ' Mr. Tinsloy, in the House, presentmit of Mt. McCall was nothing more humanity. "payable in lawful money of the United It met in Odd Fellow's Hall, in this ed a petition from the citizens of Knox than smoke from burning brush, which States," in the Arizona funding act, as city, on Wednesday last, with a goodly a victory for their cause, though some county asking for the passage of a gen Steve Prewitt had cut and piled for a nnniU. in ntfnntlutirn lint uit lintfinilin Senators claimed they did not know the eral advertising law requiring commis huge bonfire. morning, j FIvc LndicN & The boys aro having barrels of fun tne downpour of the early silver question was involved. Senator sioners and sheriffs' 6ales to bo adverWhich would have kept less resolute Ar.l Lincoln County to call.ndexamlne tbe hlom.. and Hre ot WALL PAPER Hill voted in favor of the change aud he tised ten days previous to said sales, in a here with concentrated Crab Orchard onmuiainro;ie. lei tral Kil icky water. When placed in a bottle it has spirits eaie at nnme. is claimed as a friend of silver, which county newspaper. The first business on hand was the in The act authorizing the courts of the appearance of fino old whisky, but At A. E. GIBBONS', - - - - - DANVILLE, KY. shows how wild is the calculation. claims or the fiscal courts to levy and when their friends test its quality, its stallation of officers and following this Henal,oiU,mhouthet.t PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, &, , w , ,ny whe),..lc democratic collect a poll and ad valorem tax, has taste the inaugural address of President hou,,m, he State People d..,,,n6,o do the.r own w,,k c.n The Foster or is not quite so satisfactory to the came .N.r. do Setter by tt.in.J, practical man, and J. G. Carpenter, of Stanford, which was in experlenec-danState ticket was elected in Louisiana by been signed by the governor. It has au drinker. replete wi'h interest, sketching as it did, majority. There were five emergency clause and provides that the about 20,000 We are glad to note that favorable Get your Combinations Oompleto and Save Money. tickets in the field and the result is very the poll tax shall not exceed 1.50 and progress Is being mine in me lorraauon seriatim, the presidents of tho associa gratifying as it shows that notwithstand- the ad valorem not exceeding 50 cents of the stock companv to take charge of tion from its inception down to tho of A pleasant reminis-enc- e ing local issues the people there are still on the $100. The sheriffs settlements and introduce the patents and inven- present. I Ho told of thoao democratic under any and all circum- have to be published two weeks in the tions of our telegraph operator. A the nuld lang syne stances. TheMcEnery men raise the county paper having the largest circu- meeting for the election of officers tnkes who were eminent in literature, prens teachers; usual cry of fraud, but as that is the on- lation. place in Louisville May 2d. The Union eminent in journalism and of those who by their peculiar skill with ly relief offered the vanquished, it must Electric Company will probably be the NEWSY NOTES. the scalpel or for other excellencies in he taken with a decree of allowauce. name of the corporation. -- Dick Lyons killed his neighbor, Tom have been received to the healing art, had been called to the Invitations The Richmond Climax ia sound on its rCrabtree, near Louisa, when he threw the marriage of Mr. B. H. Wilson to Mit s cities, where their talents might hove a sayp: Mr. presidential preference. It a rock at.him. Fanny De Berry, which akes place at wider range, and wound up with some Cleveland's recent letter is typical of the who are Seven States have so far instructed Aransas.Harbor, Texas, Thurs pleasantries of tho man who wrote it. His utterances, if for now of the rank and file, but B'.ill bat Cleveland, while Hill continues to day. Mr. Wilson is one ot tho incorponothing more, will give him the nomihave only New York. rators and general manager of the Aran-e- tling for progressive medicine. nation and election to the presidency. Dr. II. L. Cartwriglrt, of Junction Four negroes weie hung by a mob Harbor Improvement Co., which is Certain it is, that since Jackson, there at Invernees, Fla., for the murder of the engaged in deepening the harbor at that City, opened the discussion wltn an has lived no other democrat who can be mail agent and paymaster. place. He is a Rockcastle boy aud all elaborate paper on the Etiology and put on a parallel with him. None other Treatment of Typhoid fever, giving in At Fiskburg, Thursday, Lucy Price, wish him happiness and success. has lived like him. And examine the Studebaker. Car-loa14 years, was criminally assaulted veteran baggage detail an accouut of a virulent epidema?ed Mart Dillion, the just received. by two negroes and Sunday Bhe died. n diminutive specimen of a ic of this disease, which occurred in his mister, with Tub House has adopted a rule that "I bailiwick during the past Bummer and William E. Woodruff, hen egg, sends us the following: nothing shall hereafter appear in the pretentible diseaCongressional Record except speeches of Arkansas, charged with embezzling present you herewith a Hill egg. I call autumn. The llet of ses is increasing and glorious times will The privilege to State funds, has been found not guilty. it bj this name from the fact it was laid actually delivered. variety. I they be when, at tho close of the 19th During the floods in Missis'dppi a hv ii hen of the dung-Hiprint has been so greatly abused that pent you a larger egg for century we can say that typhoid fever the evil has at lost corrected itself. Not young white man, J. A. Willis by name, would have animated discushalf the speeches printed in it were de- swam a mile for a boat in order to Eave Easter, but there is a hen on and I ex- need not exist. An reading of this essay. ) pect to be able to present the egg in the sion followed the livered, the members using that vehicle five negroes from drowning. During the year 1S92 I shall keep constantly on The Pennsylvania republicans en- form of a largo Cleveland rooster later Adjournment at 12 o'clock p. M. "speeches" made for them, to to send out After a sumptuous dinner at GreenV, hand a full and complete dorsed Harrison's administration and on." stock of their constituents. business was resumed, first by the read was in from gave Matthey Stanley Quay a certificate Mrs. J. E. Yowels paper on Hydrocephalus, by We spurn Editor Denham's sugges- of their most undying confidence. during the week. M. C. Miller ing of-tion that the "trouble" between Editor Seven men were killed and two has returned from Galveston. Rev. J. that prince of cape reporters, Dr. J. M. Snith and ourselves bo referred toDolph were injured, one probably fatally, by Bell Gibson tilled his appointment here Myer, of Danville. This malady is one Reeder, of Whitley, for adjudication. We tho explosion of tho works of the Amer- Sunday last. Messrs. W. V. Reppert, of of the most fatal of early life and the waut an apology or gore, either or both, ican Forcite Powder Company, on Lake Washington, and Edward Reppert, of case was interesting from the unique p. d. q. Editor Smith has seen fit to Hobatcong, N. J, Birmingham, and their sister, Mrs. V. R. treatment given it. My stock of speak of a very learned ellusion in The Eatne gentleman also read an es The last government purchase of Flannagau, of Carrollton, Mo., are visitthis paper as "Walton's crazy com- silver was made at S0.025 cents ner ing their parents and relatives in this say on Eclampsia, citing a typical exam ments" and he must be put to death. ounce anu yet tne tree silver men want countv. Mrs. M. B. Burnsideis visiting pie occurring recently in his practice, ' Is larger and better selected than ever and I lively talk insued a3 to tho treatment to cqmpel the government to pay $1.29 home folks near Lancaster. promot service, low charges ..,,1 courteous assure my S"sl0'ncrs o! Father McMahon, a Catholic priest, per ounce for it. treatment. ! M- i. i 11U.MAS Old John Brown, who is enjoying this trouble, which is versatile. bet on the winning horse at Memphis The president made up his cabinet by ualton in charge. A. R. PENNY. During n quarrel over a game of "eternal spring" in Southwest Texas, is and then let a sharper fool fool him out cards at Scufiletown, Joe McAllister shot still tantalizing your scribe with his appointing Isaac S. Wesley, of Middle-burof his ticket. Most preachers would to report in July on Practical and killed John Roamey and was shot glowing descriptions of tho glorious clihave let the thing go and not raised a in turn by a brother of his victim. Then mate, the hunts, sea bathing, etc., which Medicine; J. B. Kinnaird, of Lancaeter, row, but this one doesn't mind adyertis-in- g I ?eter McAllister shot two negroes who he says he if enjoying down there. We to report on Progress of Anatomy. and himself both as a fool and a knave. not give one Surgery in October; L. B. Cook, of Stan- At 8 were trying to assist Roamey. will nger that he would '93 and A man giving the name of Martin, week's existence in old Rockcastle for ford, on Materia Medica iu Jan , Gray, of Indiana, is no of Danville, on Obstetrics On a note due In ao monthi, doubt a very excellent man, but his who is traveling through the state pur- an eternity in the" Lone Star or any oth II. I. Cowan, ilsm! nnJ Indon-- d In the corporate Hmiu o KowUnd. 1893. After by tnnvKood iartl-anil b) rwil eiuto neighbors are satisfied that this is not porting to represent the A. A Voorhees er place and when he makes his "stake" aud Gynecology in April, worth tliri timet thc atoi amount Will 6 au exhibition of instruments, books and count so that party can make 8 iht ci"it. unill. H. 1. DARST. Rowland. hl hia year to get tho democratic nomina- -. Collection agency of Chicago, and ap he will some day drop back to the hills m pathological specimens, and attention to iiuuuy. inquire nwutenur journal orncr tion for president. A primary meeting pointing agents, for which ho collects a that knew him in his boyhood days. business before the 872. 1892. One of, our merchants, Mr. L. M. the miscellaneous in his ward indorsed Clevelaod for that fee in advance, is a fraud and swindler. There is no such firm in that city. unanimity. a short time siuce of a house, a vote of thanks was tendered Honk, was told ofiico with great ARPETS! ARPETS! stove the generous Odd Follows for the use of Georgetown Times. remedy for cleaning ontchoked-usadness of his soul Bro. Casey, their hall In the Tho Oregon democratic convention pipes. Ho took four ounces of powder, The Stanford The society then adjourned at 4:30 invited l.idki ot and cu our and Lincoln county are of tho Owensboro Inquirer, plaintively declared for tariff reform, the election of carefully wrapped it in paper, placed flat to call rand dlrplay of remarks: If. Laurie Blakoly don't give United States Senators by popular vote irous ou top of stove to hold it down, o'clock p. M., to meet at Danville tho Immenie itock of Fruit and Ornamental Treei CARPETS IN ALL GRADES, mail ruin, Shrubi, Vino and 1'lanti. I'rice that Carlisle boom of his nir, and plenty and "honest money, the "gold and silver and pitched the package of powder into third Wednesday iu July next, at which From an Ingrain to an Engllih Wilton, with Lor. l0' our Prfit match. Also n beautiful lino of Rucj where theirha.va 1 ?Fent .and Strawberry ceaie begin. Oeneral aud of it, tiia thing will oxpire shortly. It coinage of the constitution." A resolu- the stove. Tho explosion that followed time Dr. Kinnaird will read the opening der to somU to le found cnly CataTheo at the Cash tlarealu logues on application to tion instructing tho delegates for Clove- - scattered the irons and stove pipe about paper on Brain Surgery. htore at wholesale prices. 15 II F. JON ES, feR. H. F. HILLENMEYER, Lexington, Ky ia like our HJU boom It is fatigued. 7 Editor. Richardson, of tho Glasgow land was defeated, but tho delegates, aro Times, disposes of the ieportth.it he will said to favor his nomination. go to Oklahoma to edit n daily paper. Herr Jaeger, ono of tho cashiers "of He says ho ie in Kentucky to stay and the Rotliehilda Frankfort banking esthat when Gabriel blows his horn ho tablishment, is a defaulter in a heavy will probably hear it from his printery sum. He has disappeared. A national convention of tho nein Glasgow, or words to that effect. This will be good news to the friends of the groes of the United States has been call brilliant paragrapher and scintillating ed for at Cincinnati July 4 and 5. Tho humorist. Shake, old fel. idea is to consider the "outrages and difficulties heaped upon tho race," and to Mk. Yodsr 1'oto.VARD, tne Spencer arrive at some plan for calling tho attencounty candidate for district delegate to tion of the world to these aforesaid "outthe National convention, tells the An- rages and difficulties." The call for tho derson News he believes that Grover convention declares that politics and TO THE PUBLIC, vis Manager of The Louisville Store our aim the fair dealing and prompt attention, ' I people and hold the already established trade. gain the In confidence of the as before always a full line future. it will Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions Furnishing Goods, 255 WithD $57,-030,04- 0, t. Priees in the Reaeh of Everybody- y. Thanking our friends and patrons for past favors in the name of management, and ashing for a continuance of the same for the new the old I am Respectfully Yours, Main Street, Stanford. A-- IKL" ARE YOO f GOIM Tfl PAINT f fkj . Du-lane- y well-know- n DA I Itl T p L WANTED. Thousand I d Gentleman from Stanford er " anti-lotter- y '. Do You Need a Wagon ? to-da- as CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S d ll A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWRI.FR Mid-dlesb- oro a Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. ToiletArticles Glass, Books, WATCHES, CLOCKS -- & JJSWEI.RV I t g, , $500 WANTED, Ex.-Go- Per Cent. Interest, For Salo Twenty Building Iols i p c c Orchard, Lawn, Garden. 'X , Wri p (' a Al J Semi-Week- ly ft Mr. T. F. Faulkner, a drummer for The dogs hnvb beeu among Mr. Joe Louisville house, and Mits Kosn Lo- - Swope's sheep, killing a few and cripat A. A. War link Stanford, Ky., . Al'RIL. 22. 1892 ren's Molel Grocery. gari, of Harbourville, elopul to Jellico pling ttbout eight. He killed three of and wero married. the dogs. New link of Keluier shoes just receiv- Thieves broke into Mrs. Joe Swope's DEATH'S DOINGS. E.o.WAi.TON.BUB.ManaKer ed at S. II. Shanks'. chickens n few nights ago and took Col. H. K. Milward, postmaster at about CO of her nice young fryers, and The Christian Aid Society's "Kx- -I Will take place at the New Store under the Coffey House PERSONAL POINTS. not being satisfied to live by meat alone, I - cJcington under Grant, is dead. cliango" will only be open on Saturdays Mita. Pan-niGkkkn isiiito sick with when nil kinds of fancy work and nice The Richmond Climax records the went into the kitchen and captured a lot w TPv pluriny. things to eat, such as beaten biscuit, deatliB of Jos. Jones, aged Go, Mrs. O. C. of bread. w Sidney Dunbar is the first to plant ) J. T. Oaiwon, of Cincinnati, is homo cakes, s.ilads, Ac. will bo sold at , very Franklin, 78, Saleni Atkinson, 03, Mrs. corn here. Took Hubble sold to James for a few days. reasonable prices. Jack Smith, 25, and B. ABberry, 05. One of the- John I Colvhh, of Somerset, was in Mrs. It. L. Breck, who wa3 n sister Dunn a pair of sorrel horse mules for Heavy II.ii.vs, accompanied by severe of Col. tow n yesterday. John K. Faulkner, died in Cin- .20. Jess Swope sold a bay gelding to Mas. J. (.5. Oaiu'cntkk is vluitiiij: her thunder and lightning, have fallen at cinnati, where she bad been taken for Wils Dunn for $200. C. P. Underwood shoit interval? during tho hist few day, treatment. She was married three times soly to Currey & Rue 7 parents at Crah Orchard. Mn. G. 1). Cooi-Kis conllned to liis stopping; farming operations, but giving her first husband being William White, mules at $75. G. A. Swinebroad sold a vegetation a boost. Tho predictions for a prominent citizen of Madison county, lot of corn to the Danvillo Mill Co. or Of Dress Goods and Trimmings ever opened, consisting of Black room with malarial fovur. are "Fair, colder." Miw. J. A. Allen and daughter, Miss and Wool-FillinHenriettas. Whin and a brother of Senator It. J. White. 2 in the ciib. Mr. A. T. Nunnellev lias Goods in Silk Warp, Lula, went to Loutavillu yestenlay. From this union there were three chil purchased most of the wool in this local- - Cords, Striped Bedford Cords, Cheverons, Crepons and everything The Cleveland democrat ity and the highest market price was re- - new, both in Wool and Silk mixtures Wash Goods of every Weave. Mns. Maky AViwsand MrB. Mnttie in all these parts is Frank B. Hiley, tho dren, two sons and the late Mrs. Judge ceived. Novius are visitiiie Mrs. Sue Cozatt at clever hotel keeper Irish Point Laces, Tinsels, Jets, Braids, Passamentarics and Lining at London, and if oodloe, of Danville. Her second hus Henry Noel was out in our little Silks in Tarksvillo. band was I lev. Dr. Breckinridge, probatho again assumes thoreiuH J. B. Cook, of Hustonville, has con- of government Frank will be mighty bly the greatest Presbyterian divine in town Saturday, asking his friends to sup nected himself with C. I). 1'ortwood, the apt to bo made the couuty, father of Congressman port him in the contest for circuit judge. U.S. marshal. Breckinridge and Judge Robert J.Breck The prospect is in his favor now in this Kent' furnisher at Danville. Mas. J. 0. Fi.oiin.Nci: and sons, of Fahiiino Pays. Squire J. S. Murphy inridge, now in the State Senate. Her vicinity. Miss Susie Overstreet, of JesCumberland Gaj, arrived yehterday to says tho constant assertion of farmers third husband was Ilev. Robert L. samine, and Mrs. Dave Newburn, of The ladies should not fail to see our Wash Goods and the gentleBpcnd a few days with her mother, Mrs. that the occupation does not pay makes Breck, one of the founders of Central Hustonville, are visitingntR. L. White's. Davison. him tired. If it doesn't, it is their own Central Uriversity, located at Richmond Mrs. J. A. Hammonds aud daughter are men will do a great wrong in not looking at our stock of Clothing, visiting in Casey county for a few days. Shirts, Hosiery, Shoes, &c, and for ladies and children's Shoes we Miss Mamie IIallaiid wont up Wed- fault, nnd ho intends to prove it in an and was formerly the Chancellor. MIb3 Fannie Swope is visiting relativts we are now headquarters. Come before the stock is broken. nesday to visit Mrs. V. K. Dillion in article he is preparing Tor publicatian. in Boyle county this week. Miss Sue FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. KockenMlo. Bright is on the sick list this week. Mrs. This office is getting out a catalogue JT. Mas. W. It. Dilliox went up to Dillion 'Will Hays had a fine horse to die of James Harris and Mrs. Annie Englemau setting forth the superior merits of Jus. Switch Wednesday, whoro who will are visiting relatives here this week. pneumonia Wednesday. during the summer with her hus- Maret's O. It. T. Sounder, that all the P. W. Green bought of A. T. Hunn Kor vran the edit rol the Burlington Junction, telegraph operators, who have used it, band. Mn., Pull has )een subject to cramp colic or fit of say cin not oo beat. Mr. Maret has in- a harness gel ling for $137.50. lndlgrilion, which proitrated him for houn nnd JinxiK K. i. J .icons, of Danville, was Luther Underwood sold to Farris, of unfitted him for buluess for two or three day; here on legal business Wednesday. Ho vented a number of things and this one Rockcastle, a pair of mules for $230. For the tflt jear he hat been uilncChamberUin'i Colic, Cholera and Dlarrhica Itemedy whenever is a warm Cleveland man and savs his promises to make him rich. Mcltoberts k Bruce sold to W. II. occation required and it hai invariably gienhim prompt relief t and 50 cent bottles for sale by county is practically unanimous for the LioiiTNiNo struck tho house of Mr. E. Prewitt22hogs, 191 pounds, at 3.S5. Dr. M I. Hourne, Drujjut and Optician, StanT. Pence, Tuesday night, ami running John F. Cash bought of William ford, Ky. Rev. W. Y. Siieit.ikii and Mrs. p, along the roof damaged every top room Murphy 5 steers at $14 75. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. of Danville, were hero Tuesday, ar- aud knocked a big quantity of plasterJoe Coffey sold to G. W. Evans, of ranging for a church entertainment to ing on his sleeping children, which for- the Ea6t F.nd, a pair of mules for $27t. bo given at tho Opera House hero about tunately did not Tho inchester Democrat reports hurt them. After the lOth of .May. And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have playing around in this way the bolt de- sales of OSOhogs, 175 to 225 pounds, at Dii. and Mas. L. 15. GtLLKrrr. and child, scended by a post of the porch, splinter- :Hc. I have Moved my Lime Business of Kancus, aro with their Msters, Mrs. ing it. to Mt. Vernon, J. S. Baughman bought of J. L. will please aitilrtsi meat It. S. Lytlo aud Mrs. W. It. lViiuy. Mrs. heifers at And m Dawson 7 head of The suit against Mr. Thomas McKob-er- ls that point hertaftcr Gillette has clianged very little from tho $11.35. FR1-KIUTGKR. by the McCormack Turnpike Co. Formerly uf I rafo Orch.ird 16.it John Pepples bought of Henry Holt-clawny iho looktxl w hen she was one of drew quite a number of the injople of a lot of fat heifers at He and sold to the prettiest girls in Stanford. that section to town Wednesday, butthe Lilburn Gooch 2 milk cows for $55. TO CONTRACTORS. All Styles and Colors of case was put oil" to tho 3d of May. Mr. 'Lightning struck the fine1 stables of lld will be received till non April 17 f r the CITY AND VICINITY. MeKoberts subscribed S100 towards Flisha Carr, at Charlestown, Ind., and fraiuhl1 privilege to furnih tlcitric lights for the Council riserving the the city of building th.' pike, but claims that it was killed nine blooded horses, including rlzht reject any or nil bids. Diiiki) Apples, Apricots aud ts VANDEVEER, D. lrunennt A. A. Warren's "Model Gro- - built so as to injure him several times Kentucky "Ruler, valued at $25,000, and O L 1'EXNY, Clk W .Mayor Cit of Stanford that amount. He refused to pay, hence Richmond, $11,000. eery." the suit. Home-Spun- s. The bottom lias dropped out of the MiLLAiit) iinoAimt's has jnct completed Shot. Dr. Carpenter, who was called wheat market in Chicago and SI cents is a neat little coltago on Hu&toiiville to dross tho wounds of Mr. J. L. Yantis, tho top figure. The Roller Mill here, btreot. tells us that two buck shot entered each which has lO.OOOtbushels on hand that Il.cNui' erect ued until nnon .n May 3, for llhtinit t.ic Hreil lamp fir the ensuiug er, Ciitrirr Stkctciihhs. Carpets stretch- leg just above tho ankle nnd made ex- cost 95c, is feeling n little blue. the thet uncll rerins The Hopkinsville Kentnckian says contract at any time. the right to Unliiate ed and tackod from an upright ositiou. actly the same kind of wounds in each. U V.VASDEVErH,Mi(.i The bones were slightly grazed, but not that the cost of 6elling a hogshead of toMcKinuey Jlrns. K G I ri. NNY, clerk injured. It is thought that the thieves, bacco in the market is $1.25 under the James Frye- at IIiiMonville and who were bent upon to'jbiug Mr. Ynn-ti- McCain law, and that this is about what See F. M. Waro at McKinney before you sell did not try to kill him, it was before tho McCain bill was pass your wool. A. T. Nunneller. but merelv shot to nut out the light of ed. Mt. Sterling Court. About 400 catI All the same, if they are An ice plant is to go with tho water his lantern. tle on the market, Belling from 3 to 33; tit their works and electric lights. Wo don't do cauuht, a hempen halter would vearlingsSlO to SIS; cows $15 to $35; Ha- v bo.ieht out the Jewelry stand o! W II. cases pretty well. these things often, but when wo do, the drugt;ltt, am selling out Mkk DEALER IK- oxen $40 to $S0 per yoke. Good horses St tvlucel rates ta make iwim fur an entire new there is no half way point. particular of the $00 to $100, plugs $15 to $35. Mules $00 line All goals artistically Hor.KiiiLE. Further to $90. Hoard of Initialization chauged accident which caused Tom Carter's The William Moreland bought of varideath, at Lexington, show how horribly thn assessments in ujj the counties but he must have sutlered and how great his ous parties 300 hogs weighing from 90 to 4S, Lincoln being in the latter number. AND of Ho fell from the 130 pounds at 3 to 3.05. Of Cook & Tho increase it miulo paid its salaries jiower endurance. Robinson, of Garrard, 73 hogs at 4c; 170 train about midnight and after lying un "a?" All work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty . manv times over. . conscious for some time, recovered his 200 pound hogs of McCormack it Allen I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods Wool. 100,000 pounds wanted nnd at senses nnd tried to call assistance, but at 3 SO. He sold to B. F. Robinson 77 hogs at 3.05.. Bought of highlit cash market price. Will have could not nttrnct attention. He then II Btockers at Blain 150 aueuts at Faint Lick, Lancaster, Mc- crawled with his mangled feet dragging Hunn it Kinney and Hustonville. See them behind him up the grade to some negro 3Jc. Lot of butcher stuff of Emmett " cabins, where he was given assistance McCormack at 3c. A.T. Xunut'lley. ami the patrol wHgon was called aud CRAB ORCHARD. Attention Laihks : Oomo to our carried him to St. Joseph's Hospital. He The best Chilled Plow made. opening this week and ceo tho new iiad been bleeding out in the cold about Mr. Henry Pleasants was elected Thoroughly Repaired on Shortthings arriving every day. You will bo five Patent Point. No strain on point-bolt- ; made of Braced Mold-Boarest Notice. hours and but for the exposuro the Superintendent of the Baptist Sunday surprised at tho beautiful things and the surgeons School last Sunday mornine, by n unanthe best material. think he might have survived, low prices. J.S.Hughes. imous vote. even w ith bin legs and an arm cut off. Everybody is cordially invited to The Christian Aid Society's Exchange Klkctmc Lk.hts. Those who profss attend the basket supper to be given at will bo in tho rear of tho and to think that the talk about waterworks Be Bure not at the place stated in our last issue. and electric lights is all wind, will soou the Baptist church References: J. H. McAlister, D. B. Stagg, J. B. McKinney, man, and buy your to come, voting Don't fail to call and give a good cause a Wm. Beck, Chas. Dawes, Jeff Hill, Bowen Givens, Frank Hayden, see that tsey are not as smart as they girl's basket. lift. think thtmselves. Both are now an al Hollis Carrier, John Cash, E. H. Jones, Jas. Bibb, A. C. Cowan, H. Mrs. Alice Xewlaud is enjoying a Valuable Lanis and Town Properly. Mr. B. J. C. visit to her sister in Indianapolis. most absolute certainty. C. Drye, Bowen Gover, Geo. Benedict, etc. For sale by Miss John H. Cit.un a Son, with Browning, King & Co., Now York, aud Wauamaker Howe, the Indiauapolis contractor, who Kate Hays is taking a trip through the Garranl Circuit Court B A A: Brown, Philadelphia, ollor to tho is here with his sou, Mr. L. M. Howe, mountains this week. Dr. Beazley went Wade H. Walker's Widow, ,tc , Flalnhtt, against trade 2,500 foreign and domestic fabrics went before tho council Wednesday to Corbin Mondav to practico his profes DffendftuU Pnttle Twill, c, Ity irtuc lor men's clothing. Suits made to or- and agreed to put in 10 arc electric sion there a while. Mrs. D. B. Edmis-to- n Court at Its of a judgment of the Garrard Circuit February term, iSj),ln the aliovc MI1 lights of 1,200 candle power and 15 inleft for Louisvillo Thursday to be suit, I der. on candescent of 25 candle power, for absent about a week. Curtis Egbert 15, 1892, The sensational suit of l'ritrhett vs. additional lights to bo put in at has returned to Louisville much to the Miss Kiln Harrison, at Somerset, in a. m. or thereabout, sell to the high rates as they are needed. Mr. regret of one of our young ladies. Mrs. At it o'clock public wN the late hometead of at which tho man Bought to recover a dia- Ilowe said that without the extra work H. L. Steger aud Mrs. Mr. Pettus are on rt bidder Walker In outcry at Countv, Ky , the folGarrard Wade H lowing Tracts of Land and Town Property, viz mond ring and other gifts alleged to it would bo impossible for nny company tho sick list. Tract No. I containing jj; Acres, upon which have been mado under a marriage en- to profitably run water works here as new two.tory Mr. James L. Yantis, upon return- there Is an elegant outbuildings andbrick tipleiidid lm- with good gagement, has been compromised to the tho town is small and the demand con- ing from Danville, late Monday evening, proveraetits of all kinds In bulk and package. of both parties. a contains 156 A satisfaction sequently light. He wanted $1,200 a while puttin? up his borao ho was shot Tract No.. 1 itiw Acres. Tmi The thrvo Tracts Coniesski). Green Mullins, Sid Per- year, which would be at the usual rate through both ankles. Ho hnd a lantern and then a a wholewill bo r!rt offvreil separably JVew Seed and the bid or Md accepted paid by cities for them, but in view in bis hand and it is thought thieves, that realize the most money kins and Iseman Turpin were placed in Goods, Stock Alo at ie same time and place the following of tho fact that the council had been as who were trying to effect nn entrance in Lot No. jail hero yesterday. They confessed loH In Kirksvllle, Madison county, Kv liberal as it could on tho water works his smoke-hous- e, light. The ct'Utalalug tVj Acres, upon which there is a shot at tho having shot Mr. James L. Yantis and dwelling hou'e. with good Imhe agreed on ila suggestion next morning it was discovered that a spleudld of nil kluds. Grub and Sprouting Hoes, &c. See our guaranteed solid steel Hoe provement were held over till circuit court in $300 proposition, a contains Acre, upon which there is Lot No. to accept $1,000. The franchise is to be plank had been torn off the Bmoke-housfor 25c. Most anything you want in Shelf Hardware. house. bail by Judge J. II. Stephens, of Crab a large sold to the highest bidder next Wednes- and tracks of four or live men wore seen Lot No. jconulns 3 Acres. and Riding Whips, bought diOrchard, Thoy aro all Garrard county Terms The salo w ill bo made on a crdlt ot 6 Large stock oi Buggy, Wagon, Stock for building the water through the Mr. Yautis' i,i mniithi. thu nurchavr twine required to ex garden. negroes and were arrested near tho Lin- day and contracts rect from factory. ecute bomb with approved wcurlly. payable t the works and electric lights 6igned, sealed wouuds are very painful. Mo...,- Cunmi.iii.iii'r. h.ivlin? the furce and effect coln and Garrard line. and delivered. The mayor tells us that of a judgment, upon which execution may iue If interpaid at maturity, and The most wonderful book iu tho not (r im day of tale until bearing per cent Hen re WEdo not liko to crowd the mourn- thero is no shadow of a boubt now paid aud with n est ia one which is neither written tained upon the property a auaiuonai hjutu) iur ers or to ask too much, when tho city about the matter. The council has done world GO TO. R. A. HI KNS1DE. the purchase money Master Com'r (arrarJ Circut ourt. council seems to be doing bo well, but well in tho premises and it deserves the nor printed. Every lettor is cut into tho leaf and as tho alternate leaves are of we call its attention to tho action of the unqualified endorsement and encourageT of the citizens. Tho present gaso- blue paper it is as easily read as tho Dauvillo council with reference to dogs, ment ; fcf reported in our letter from there. We line lamps, somo'.Ift in number, cost SG00 best printing. The labor required and as -- Pettier In rV 9 falin.ll need a good deal of money to pay a vear and about all that can bo said the patience necessary to cut each letter work ia so per- Foreign and Domestic Fruits, "all of tho expenses of tho town and it about them is Unit they are better than may be imagined. Tho agrees to 6eo that fect that it seems as though done by Confectioneries,. could not bo raised easier thnu to make nothing. Mr. Howe "Model Grocery" for was tho owners of dogs contribute liberally the lamps and posts are disposed of at machinery, yet every character Has with htm a first class baker and can lurnish is entitled Tho book s; read, Cakes and the like on short nonce. in taxes. Tho keeping of a dog is by no reasonable figures, so there will bo no made by hand. " It is a very loss in that regard. Bully for tho couu-c- "Tho Passion of Onrist usumeans a necessity. It is a luxury, was a curiosity as long Co. I We feel like getting on top of the old volume and belongs to tho family of Falls Branch Jellico Coal ally maintained at the expense of a nercrowing loud ago as 1010. It and is now in J? ranee. of the GENUINE cupola and Miners ami shippers vous and defenseless neighbor. Let us Prince do Ligne. have a law for a tax of SI ft dog and S3 a nnd long, hut will wait till all the papers Rudolph II, of Germany, offered for it slut, with orders to the policemen to kill aro Biguod. Till then we will bottle our 11,000 ducats. sole agents for Stanford and Try it. in Rowland. We are the all dogs without a lawful collar or tag, enthusiasm and get a good ready to sing Seeds Angel is tho name of a Oihce corair ot Pepot street and and we will then see how many men will tho council's praises and expatiate on "Whitley county. It ought to havo a WATTS KI001NS pretty girl for Stanford's bright future. keep the worthless curs. Fi.vn of toileteoHDs ! Interior Journal Wateh Wouks, street cars, electric light, icop'ant!! MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. HUBBLE. TKreatOpening lnxnr-eA AJLXiswP xiriniiry 11 Fm fm l -- two-year-o- FINEST DISPLAYS All-Wool to-da- y g rud-hott- est In All the New Shades. S. HUGHES. SPRING CLOTHING ! 'IS Mill-f-a- OUR STOCK COMPLETE NOTICE. 'orre-ponden- ts w Ever Seen in Stanford. Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. To liigh.t City Lamps. Bids Wanted. - s' meat-hous- e, DM Yoo - Mite 167 1 M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. ROBT. FENZEL -Ml Engraved Freeof Charge WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY PROMPTLY DONE. Watches, Clocks 200-pou- nd 110-poun- d Jewelry The Vulcan Chilled Plow, d, B. H. DAMS. Has Latest Improvements. Satisfaction guarant- pont-ofll- co t. Commissioner's Sale eed, K. & Wo Mo WE ARlE.No 111 SI,-00- 0, Wednesday, June "WE ARE RIGHT IN IT" Potatoes, Onion Sets; Brand Hoes, Bakes, Spading of Steel Forks, Shovels, Picks, Mattocks, dwelling-hous- e, GARDEN BISlEJiJH McunriTEir bbos. ki rn I F m niiit.-iln- 111 Northern . 1 one-sto- ry o two-sto- ry m .- - - C 15-t- d A & r m il N. Y. Seed Potatoes, Red and White court-hous- o Original Jellico Coal. Onion Sets, post-offi- ce ng. po9t-maste- r. in Balk Landreihs and Ferry's Garden PaokageS: also Hoes and Hakes. and .i&aMri yjaHCTESSjSMISiffjytlLKitffl ';," JSS npqwf.' :wrrjrr W. W&&& t tttj 'WW.' 'Tp l H .. , - r fl Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal April 22, 1892 SrBKD. Combined Stallion, Sttle Stanford, Ky., W.TP. WALTON. RED FOX 195. By Young Jackson, he by Stonewall Jackson, Jr. 1st dam by iiick Morgan; 2d dam by Epsolcm, Jr.; 3d dam Belle by Messenger Chief, Jr. This lino stallion will mnke the season of 1802 at our stables on the S. O. Hnughmnn place, b an imp. saddle Btallion; 3 dam by Veech s $10 to Insure a Oolt 4 Months old Mamblctoninn. miles from Danville on tne new Lancas t will alio stand at the same time and place my Wildwood was bv Blackwood 74, ter pike pike, young jack, 2 31, sire of Blackwood, Jr. , 2 22$; 1st dam Kato Messenger, by Messenger, Jr.; 11042. 2d dam bv Davy Crockett, Jr.; 3d dam by Full l.ed Fox 193 is a tine individual and a Brunswick, son" of Sumptcr; 4th dam by At $5 for a mare and $6 for a horse colt, to insure trottersbrother taSotoaio'i and Klna II a ot$ trial Son of Abdallah Mambrino the great sire o and producing dams. He ! a modci stallion as well as a trotter. I would like to bleed your a months old. Davis' Hambletonian. horse with n pedigree. mares on the shares red 4 years old last by Altnont 33, sire of 15 Joe is anign, jack none ana neavyOctober, about Smith's Almont Wo will also stand nt same place the nanus nig NAILOfl 7621. toiy ana has to be good blackjack, SMITH, at S3 Westmont 2 13J Fannv Witherspoon proven himselfon all aseasonsbreeder. colts are four Standard under Rules 6, 7 and S. UrutLrr in blood to Stamhoul s 11 liar line Money due when ulth fine style, 2 10J-- fcc. to insure. handsome nnd speedy Sired by Mjltnn by llambletoninn 10. or months it dam NellyStamboul a 11 and Nellie, uan, sire of 33 in Blackwood 74. by Norman 25, siro of sounty old. Mares traded Call removed Irom the a v list. gTandsire of 10 ami dams of 4. a dam if Mares kept on crass at reasonable and examine my forfeits insurance. dam id Nnllor, bred alike, sold for Jio.oooas a pair of roadsters, being Terr fat J3fl to InHUro n Foftl. rates. Not responsible for accidents or Lulu 2 14 j, May Queen 2 20, &c. Dam stock before making your selection. HFor particulars, addnss, lth pediRtees E. I KAULCONEK, Danville, Ky C. M.SPOONAMORE 4 by Mambrino Chief. escapes. Lexincton Denmark is claimed to be one of the handsomest nnd most beautiT. L. & J. S. BAUGHMAN, ful horses in Kentucky. lie is fashionaDanville, Ky. 8 bly bred in saddle and tiotting line, is a grand saddle horse, a fitm gnitcd trotter, Kegutered ts (lob Link. and goes the gaits naturally. He has Slrd by the great BELMONT 64 shown a 2 50 gait, both racking nnd trot4sssssssssssssslsisssssssss Sire of Nutwood, the greatest lis in,, sire, having 77 1 30 performers to his credit Ilelmout h.11 tired ting, without any preparation. He em. 111. daughters hac 33 performers to their credit 37 performer with records Irom i:i3J to 1 anates from the highest class of saddle uam, jiettie Nioseaa, ...tiy contractor ij4, slrw 01 Ur. West s'lr't, and llie(ire ot the ams of c First dam Lulu Bell by Kentucky Clay and premium horses in Kentucky on his 3.3a ncriormers 194, he by C. M. Clay, Jr., (Straders) dam sire's side ami his dam represents some of by Jim Monroe 35. son of Alexander s Abilallah. tire of Lady Msnroo 3 dam Full sitter D Monroe i3. Kitty lUlnjiH. Monroe Chief i:iS. and 7 others inti 3s the dam of Mambrino Patchcn and Lady the best trotting families in the whole ' by Duvall's Jtfambrtno. dam PsltssHssssssssstsssW Thome, 2 IS each: 2d dam by Downing" country. This combination produces the ,ty thoroughbred son w hip 4 nam Vermont, siro of Gill's Vermont 104, the "best combined horses in the world and Contractor, the sire of Belmont Chief's dam, was sired by Ajix, full brother to Orange Girla:ia. by llainblctonijn 10. Ajax sired Apple Jack a ii audauthen In a 3 sire of Bonner Boy 2 23, Black Maria, &c; those which command the best prices in Contractor's nrst dam. Lady Godley, by Green's Hambletonian, full brother to Volunteer and Seutlnel; seestud dam, Lady Van 3d dam by Glencoc, thoroughbred. all Eastern mnrkets. Any one will have Hautin. by Abdallah 1. ulre of HambleionUn 10 Montroso C. was sired by Lightheart to see him to. appreciate his greatnes. Helmont Chief traces fie times to Hambletonian i" -- four times through It s dam and once through make the his the 1301, trial 2 30; out of Moss Kose, full sisThis celebrated saddle American Star. It I will also stand 2splcndidyoung jacss, season ofiSyi at the Fairstallion will Richmond, that ure. He alio combine from blood of Mambrino Chief and families. CenMdvrlag will thus lie seen Belmont Cblct comes Grounds, the greatest the concentration ter to Princeps, sire of Triukot 2 14; 2d 01 specanioou, sue. style anil action, there Is no duuW aNiut the results t be obtained in brevding Ky.. of dam Primrose, dam of Princeps, sire to him. Terms, $60 to lnauro a living colt. Imported Hidalgo and Bopo. Fcmme Sole 2 20; 3d dam Black Kose, dam At $20 to Insure a Living Colt. of Darkness 2 27. Imp. Hidalgo is 5 years old, black with and Pedigree: Kentucky Squirrel This pedigree combines the Hambleto-niawhite points, lot hands high and will is Description brown, a beautiful hands high and 3 years By the Kingly SL'LTAN, sire of Stamboul a ti and the Covler, the Clay and the Ver- stand at $10 to insure a living colt. Bepo old this Spring. His 154 others In a 30 li style, gait and actiou are nf;i In the mont strains, with a thoroughbred base; is 14 hands high and will stand nt $S, unequalled by any saddle stallion in Kentucky, a dam, Lady Duntan. by Geo Wilkes 315I4, the sireRed Cros 1 30 list, dam, Josie,.... by Night Hawk slreol if1,, Minnie Warren it;a nd the than any horse in nnd will show in his direct descent more due Oct. 1, 1S93, or when mare is parted having taken more premiums Kentucky Squirrel Record uamset hil Annan a if'. ana s otnrrs in a the State age. considered. by Vermont Hero mi sirenf Lady M a Maud the dams of Gen Smith l tx than 50 2 30 or better performers. with. was sired by the celebrated Red Squirrel, the best 3 dam llailger lloy a Urown Dick a 19S.HC , and! sire or Gen. Knx, sire of Montrose C. is second cousin to Maud Lexington Denmark's fee will be due show stallion Kentucky ever produced, he by Lady Maud a iS1,. Camors 1 194, ileutah a 19V,, Independence a La Kentucky Sqirrel's 1st S. lie is a mahogany brown, 10 hands when colt Is foaled or mare is parted with. Illack Squirrel dam by Todhunter's Greydam by o. record 1 i6t dr Maud, the dam ot Mondars. Eagle. Illack Bird, id owners' Illack Bird by Phillip's Black llalcorn, by General Vermont Hero by Sherman's Illack Hawk 14s; dam by I.ilrrty, son of Bishop's HamSlctonlan, by a speedv trotter, though untrained. high, Mares kept at $2 per month, nt Will mnke "the season nt my stables in risk. I solicit n close inspection of my Taslor. Black IlirdS tst dam by Calk's Halcorn, Imp. Messenger. Private Stallion by Peters' Halcorn, by Virginian, thorotihbred Shelby City, I. S. TEVIS, stock. Mares fram a distance kept on coed ?ras at Is S Shelby City, Ky. STJ31.3VC-A-K.aHper month, but no responsibility for accidents or L Rovt-elia- Standard Rule 6. tSS Black stallion. i6l Will mnke the season of 1S92 at "Travel- bred by A. Goldsmith, hands high, foaled inYork.j Orange county, New ers' Heat" farm, near Shelby City, Ky., at Sired by Cnstellar toj. First dam Woburn Maid, by Woburn 391 (the m uam oy a .Mambrino dam horte, 3d dam by Mambrino Messenger 111 ell. toft 1T fa n lilnni! ti.iv. 1S1 Imtlils Castellar 1061 .(-by Volunteer 55, sire of St. Jullen u is i q .. vJln U.. . I MlllltlW.lU. -. ... .. . .... " " . J' WAmmrtM.I hind foot white, heavy mnue anil lau. l,onoJ pouer', Clay; ad dim U..I.. 11Star, diam 01 Well' I foaled May, 1SS3. Artillery aaijf and Modesty a ao, by Ame rlcan Star it: id dam bv Demand. Sired bv Snildlewood. Mill Woburn ui by Hambletonian 1st dam bv Smith's Almout, siro of Ka- Cooler by Telegraph tot, ad damto: 1st dam Geo the dam of Friday. Howard 2 10. tie Coolev bv Ed Barfow will stand tho season of tSoi at mv 2d dam by Lord Wellington. stable ,1 mile from Stanford on the New White Saddlewood, a grand saddle horse, was Oak and Dlx itiser turnpike, near DjdJcrar'i bv Wildwood. 1st dam by Star Demunrk, Mill, at the winner of 100 premiums; 'M ilnm by Lexington Denmark, Ed. Barlow 2375. MAPLE oli-arse- r : SHADE : e, STOCK Danville, Ky. : FARM, Dorsey : Golddust. 120-52-. One third of a mile Irom Court-llou- Stnndnrd No. E. P. FAVLCONER. $15 to Insure a Living Colt. ii) This voting roadster Mnlllon J nu in bred 0olddut. Foaled In April, 1837; is a bay, full 1(1 liauth, speedy nnd unexcelled in stylo, action, iiuisii mid disposition. At $io to Insure. JOE EMBREE, Full brother lo Jdstelle, trial 2 22 j, Co trial 2 J1S, nnd Montroso, riniie, the Kpeeily and premium colt of S8. Sired by Zilcniuli (ioldtluxt HOO (by Golddust 150, by Vermont Morunn). Closer related to Mnud S. 2 OS and JobiiMin Sen of the creat Electioneer, sir) of Sunol a o8l. Talo Alto 2 of,, etc . sire of lot In the J 30 list. 2 001 tlinn any other (.tnllion; the firt Dam Mamie C. damf Don Montcilh a and Armoor J aoW, sire of the fattest )rarlinf year-olstallion to trot in public ns fnst in the world. n 2 2o, fire of Cigarette, dnm of l.osa CHIMES 6818. lnul Mlkes (tho UMutl maro of tho Sonnf Alcyone 317, bv George Wilkes 1 it Dam Silterlock. dam ot Sllverone 1 iM, by Mambrl Wilkes family, record 2 M J, Whirlwind no Time, He is the fashionable Wilkes and Mamliriiio Patchcn cross. He produced Silvcrlacc a aS 2 2i, Fannie Uolddiiht 2 2')J, Rtello2 22l.) and is the roun-eproducing sire that er stood In this part of the state Dam Florence, dam of Itello 2 22, by Golden Mingo Chief, son of Gall's Comet ATOKA Sire and grandsire of ij in the a 30 list; Geneva S a t.jV, Bettle Jones 1 w1,, Wawona 1 tpS, Charleston a 15, Soto 2 JoVj, Telephone a 11 V etc. Ily Almont 33. Dam Lyd, dam of Lady Majolica 1 35. , d ABDALLAH OTAMBRXBTO 3715, SILVER it hr. ,'!0 performers have n strong infusion of Goldtist and Morgan blood. Dorsey Golddust will mnke the prenvnt season nt mv place 2J miles from Stanford on the HuMonvillo pike, .Morgan. Over 600 of tho 2 a At $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. Mare kept on reasonable terms. IVr-soiattention given, but not rvxiKiiisiulo for accidents. At tho same timo and place, will make the season with one of Levi Hobble's best bred young Jacks, Kentucky Squirrel. " as:BELM0NT . MONTROSE C. CHIEF 86891 1 -- a:i, ! lt I speeo-produci- He is black with while noo, full 15 hands high, line length, bone nnd bodv, I years old: has proven himself it lino breeder. Sired by Joo Ulnckburn. 1st dam Do.lv Williams by Koynl Mnmmolh: M dam Io-- o Einbry, by Stonewall Jack' son, ho by John llaiiglmmn's jack, hi dam by Jim Porter; Htl thiui Kllon Wythe, by U ythes Hannilial, he by Compromise; Ith dnm n fino black jennet sold bv Dr. liUUIIet, of Madison rnimlr i, I ..l ll..l. ' ble. ROSOOE, " n, At $10 for a Living Oolt. A lien will bo retained on nil coin for senson. 10 F. HKID, Stanford. 1 . . sv- y )l. ERRICSSON, JR. At $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. escapes. a 6v JASON WALKER Mares cared for nt reasonable rates, but not responsible for accidents or escapes. H. L. OABTWRIGHT. Silver : Tip : 169. Will make the seaon of tSos at our stables i mile westof Stanford, on the Hustonville pike, The Magnificently Bred Saddle Stallion, The premium Saddle Stallion, EAGLE $15 to Insure : BIBS, d, 4 i ..2 aS Dom Pedro (3 yearsj Myra Startle ,a ,9k Yeiser Boy ..2 ajH Lord Palm ..2 33 Captain Lee Corinna (3 years) -- 2 2J (public trial Fred SIRED BV STARTLE 236. Sire of Majolica 3 15. (dam of Majolica 3 15 st dam Jessie Kirk 2 t and Mus Majolica 3 24) by Clark" Chief, sire ot ad dam Old Lady, dam of Little Croxie a 19J4 Miss 3 6M, Charley Fnel 3 16K, Ada H. a 41. By Capt. Walker 2 37H. sire ot the dam of Harry Wilkes 2 13$. 3d dam by Parish's Pilot, son of Pilot, the sire of Pilot, Jr 4th dam by Brown Pilot, sire of dam of Rosalind a 3i,'. 3th dam by Cadet, son of Bertrand Starle 390, record 2 36, by Rysdyk's Hambletonian. 1st dam Liirie Walker, by beely's American Star; ad dam by Blackbird, son of Roebuck. Startles 36 Is the sire of Majolica 3 is, Portia aaojj, Miss Majolica a 34H. Clark Chief 89, by Mambrino Chief; 1st dam Little Nora, bv Bay Messenger; ad dam Mrs. Caudle, dam of Ericsson 3 30. Clark Chief sired Croxie 2 19V, and five others ol 3 3oor better performers. His dauchters produced Phallas 3 13K, Majolica 2 tj, Wilson ai6andi7 others in the a 30 list. Nine of his tons have sired 37 3 30 performers or better. Capt walker a 37, liy lecumsen: oamot vy rnenomjj. Harry Vi ilkes sired dams vapt. waiicer a Gen. Garfield a at. a 1 18'-,- '. The! teui3 3j&, Little Mlis a aSX, Ashland Kate Description and Pedigree: Silver Tip is a red bar with fina mane and tail, 134 hands high, hind is a and took 7 anklestowhite, and and model saddle horse; has the (Shown S times as a is a great knee actor. perfection gaits premiums and 1 certitlicate; as a Sired by the great Silver King by On Time, son a Living ofStnnewall TaeVsnn. wasn't shown at all) WagFirst dam by Skeedaddle, season of 1S92 at my place oner; id dam by Red Lion. by Oliver son cf "Will make the Description nnd Pedigree: He is a dark 3 miles from Stanford on the Danville Silver King's dam was Mollie Mounce, by brown, full sixteen hands high and four Lexington, son of Blood's Black Hawk, ad pike at old this Spring. He has a fine mane dam by Young America, son of Taylor's Messen years much style and action $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. ger. bkeedaddle's nt dam by Medoc, id dam and tail, withinasKentucky. Trumpeter, 3d dam Aratui. as any horse Money due when Jhe mare is parted Mares sent to us win receive goou aucniiou 11 reasonable rates, but will not be responsible for He was sired by the great King Eagle, with or bred to another horse. escapes. Parting with Lord Clifton is a beautiful red sorrel, accidents or Lien retained on colts for mare forfeits- (the winner of forty blue ties). season monInsurance. 1st dam by Star Eagle (best son of Cab-bell- 's with a good mane and tail, 15 hands y Lexington). high, foaled itl 18S3, aud is a perfect sad-di- o BBAZLEY BRO'S & HAYS, Stanford, Ky. 2d dam by Hamlet Denmark. horse. 3d dam by Harris' Denmark, son of Those who want to breed to a good sadMiller's Denmark. dle stallion are cordially invited to look Kinij Eagle was the winner of more than at my horse and see him move. 40 premiums and was never beaten in the Ho was sired by Second Jewel, he by 8. Standard under Rules 6,7, model ring" by hoie, mare or gelding. Cunningham's Jewel, he by old "Washing- BY PRETENDER King Eagle was sired by Illack Eagle, the ton Denmark. Winona bv Almont. Son His first dam Fannie by n son of Gill s 1 dam of Dictator and...by Lancewood, son of Ham- sire of Ulack Squirrel. 1st dam is (the Lances -2d dam by Old Monte, thor Vermont: bletonian; dam Lady dam of Mark Denmark and Monte Curls to) by Illack William. Rockefeller, by Ameri oughbred. . can Star: ad dam Bay Star Eagle was got by Cabbell's LexLien retained on colt tilPseason is paid. Richmond, by Hambleington, dam by Garrard Chief. Mares grazed at reasonable rates, but tonian. Mares will be furnished grass after May not responsible for accidents, should any a dam Miss Stevens..., ,by Edwin Forrest, lstnt J2 per month. Care will be taken to occur. 3 dam Polly Stevens., bv Mambrino Chief. LANCET 7Sji is brown, with richt front heel prevent accidents, but will.not be ryspon-si- b O. A. LACKEY. Stanford, Ky. and left hind pastern white, and was foaled May c shoud any occur. He is handsome and stylish, high finish33, 18S6. Also at the same time and place I will ed and has great muscular power. Ills legs and His sire, Pretender, is very fast. stand feet are MAMBRMO STARTLE He has shown quarters in 35 seconds. Pretender is by Dictator, who sired three trotany Trial i 37 full brother to Majolicas 15 and Miss ters whose average speed is greater than well At SO for horse mule nnd ;5 for mare mule three sired by other stallions. His dam is a Majolica a 34. Bay, foaled iSSo. bred daughter of Lancewood, a son of Hambletocolt. SIRE OF nian. 5 B. P. WOODS, Mambrino Maid Will make the season of 1S92 at my stable tn ..3 32 Collinwood Stanford at Ky. JLBB At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. MFTOK9 Will make the present season at the stables of his owner, 2 miles west of Sinn-foron the Shell' City pike, at the low price of Coit. Cab-bel- l's LANCET 7871. Second cousin to Maud S., JnyKve Ss?o and Nutwood. Ily r.rrlo..on 1.10 G ill 230 :. listl. 1st dam Ilodoc, bv Old Pilot, sire of Full brother to Contraitor t n Pilot. Jr. ( 2 In the 20(5 list). Mnmbrino By Sl'LTAN, the sire of Stamboul I n and 6 others In a Dam, Madam Harding, the dam of Contractor j u. Batbara . by tlvrrla th Irt of the dams Chief and Pilot, Jr., mnn-- . stand nt the ol Contractor 2 a, Lagrange 1 14, What ho aaU, eic , ny Stevens' Bald Chief, tlu sire nt the ereat trtHl mare .Mlnucnana, tntTuam or lleautlful IMIs a ,', and 4 others In 3; id dam. Kale Tabor, bv bend of tho list as producing dams. Mambrino Chlel T J'r!c'Ym 13 "iro of I.arely 2:2 J, IXble Sulmarch Is a beautiful brown, i6v4 hands hfehT fiwled 18S7 Brxl by J L Riw, Los Angelas, Cal. l" a limited number of marvs at $40 to lnauro, or S25 tho Honsou. He will serve , ?W J P CROW, McKlnnoy, Ky ."i!,n ,l,.lr:,,.r2l'. six oiher. of Olaf 22oJ nnd by Mambrino Qilef, wholretI Ijnlr Thorno 2:181, and fl others. Mambrino -:- -:- jwi icj is grnniisiro ol IMreclor 2:17, Sparkle U: 17, Piedmont 2:17i, Ulack , Cloud 2:17. Hnnnas 2.17, Croxlo 2:liW, 1892. Abbottsfonl2:10j nnd 05 others tn the list. Errlcsson, with a record as n Mandard and Registered. of 2 .101, and hnlf brother to Kric," with a (Full brother to Quartermaster a Ji!i, lire of 61nthc '30 lilt at 8 years old,; record of 2 201 ns n sold to BY ALOYONB 2:27. J.obcrt Jlonncr for the sum of 810,000 nt stallion race record, and twenty-feu- r (Sire of McKinney a:nK champion others that nge. Ho Is one of tho grandest s Son of George Wilkes a n and the famous Alma Mater, dam of Alcyene a a (with jj in list) Alcanin Kentticky.His colts are unusually tara 1 aj (40 in list) Arbiter a sr);, Atuieter a a!i, Alicia a 19; Almater, public trial a 33; Allinc nub lie trial a 13. kind, good size anil col,or, with tilenty o'f Alma .Mater Is the only mare living or dead who has produced three sons that have each sired a horse slylo and line movements. WIU make with a record of a 13 or lttcr, by Sentinel ago, sire of Von Armon a , Vivandier Vive 11), the season nt my Mable, 2 iuIIm frtmi lit dam QuiQuartermaster a a 30 and better and dams of Cypress the sire and 7 others in dam of ai, Hustonv lie, Lincoln county, Ky., on tho Quaitermaiter a sV4slrc of 6 in list Consul in1,, of Stanley (1' a aajf, Nyana(t 330 Hustonvillu and Liberty turnpike road, at Stretch (3) a aSV., Lenox 3, ne Walton a 3i. Lillie C. 2 Ac. u 1 V1' BELLEVUE STOCK Season of FARM, Mam-brin- o ) ,p stal-ion- 11-- a dam Minie oam 01 ,4iifiii.t a as1, sire of Oliver K me a 39S, a 70M. Blue Belts 4 a j!t , Lessee t (4 Jl, Wiuci a 17 &c '!, " . ai64,Mln- - by Bngnoll , sire of dams of Quartermaster " tii uij tAaiaiiu.. I,,S " "net V Oliver k. a jiionie' ui.es a 1, .vc i6, a atJ-1 21 fsireo lure ol $12.50 to Insure a Maro in Foal. Guardsman is a rich brown horse, 15),' hands high, of fine style and conformation and from hli rich a eicat stock horse Two of his oldest colts. and 30 seconds. Guardsman's full brother, Quar new a years old, trotted quarters as yearlings in 3 a year olds, two 3 year olds and two 4 year olds in list last year. termastcr, put two Br the recondshe is the greatest stallion that cer lived In slrinf speed early, as no other horse ever approached him In this respect Guardsman has the same breeding, Is naturally a fast horse, of equally as good Individ ual characteristics and hy should he not sire as much speed ' inherltarceof producing blood lines, he should prove i.aiis insurance. Poooiis breeding to either nnd trading or breeding the innre eNowheru rentiers the sencon duo. B. S. POWELL. Will also stand mv voung JACK, by tho noted Jack. llob McFJrov, Eioht Dol $50 to Insure a Mare With Foal. " GEO. DICTATOR BTAMiAIti), 3SG2. 480! 3CA.3EBK.I-3STistdam ad dam O IMPORTED JOHN, Stanford, $10 the Season or $15 to Insure. I. M. BRUCE, 6 .3a Call In and see a fine individual with an excellent pedigree. Stanford, Ky. 2:15. 2:15. McRotarts 8634. Foaled tS37. Standard and Regiitered. greatest croon rnare rrc inn ever ureu Mambrino Ulark is a handsome cnestnat stauion 01 nue individuality and at tne very low fee, Is designed to meet the demand ol a large class of breeders who are unwilling to p.iy high prices but want good blood With the great Pilm, Jr , -- Mambrino Chief cross, Mambrino Clark should not only sire trotters, but producers as well $25 to Insure a mare with toal N II Note required at time of service. Invalid should marenot prove in foal. Mares kept at rca , sonable rates, but not rtsponsible for accidents. D. M. BOWMAN, JR., Bur&in, Ky. 0 BV MAMBRINO DUDLEY a i9V4. sire of Croxie a , and 3 others in a 30 ami better and dams of Majol ...by Clark Chief CoralUid a lyV, and 16 uihers 111 a jo and better. ica 2 15, Wilson a 16, Phallas a ..by Pilot, Jr ti, sire of o In s. list anil dams Maud S. a .l4, Jay Lye See s 10, Nutwood 3 34 (with 7 In list Viking a 19'd Mambrino Gift 2 j and ay others In the Int. The i, OXjA.K;E: 34:04 . Illack Stallion; foaled in 18S1; 15 hands 39?4 FIFTV DOLLARS to insure in foal GAMB0OTLX) 8419. Three-year-old record a Bbck, foaled 1SS7. 37. Timed In race 2 ao. BV GAMI1ETTA WILKES 336, the sire of 17 in 3 30 list. nnmlinnllo's 1st dam Mnnd. liv Gjrmrd Chief. sire of liaiil Duke' a j$! and d.iras of Don Pinzrro 3d (31 a M, Don Lorenro a 36, Mistake 2 394 Uam Nellie, oy son ot tuny noice 2 11. ny lor-bea3d dam by Helm's Yorkshire, thorough- SIRED FIFTY DOLLARS toiusure in foal. We 111 pay a premium of $joo to the owner of any of Ins colts gotin 1893 which obtain a record of 3 30 or netter, proviaeu mere is uocnange in rules Of registration and we own the horse when record is made. He is limited to 30 approved mares. bred. GENERALB0YLE 9145. 1 Foaled 833. Trial a 35 at 3 years. SIRED BY GAMBETTA WILKES a 36, the sire of 17 in 3golit. 1st dam Sill V, by Alert, by Hambletonian 10. ad ('am Silence, dam of Proctor 2 19, Borden 3 s3. By Alexander' Abdallah 2 41, sire of Goldsmith Maid a 14. 3I !m Woodbine, dam ot Wedge-woo- d 3 19 and Woodford Mambrino 3 31$ By Woodford, sire of the d.im of Brignoh 2 39. DOLLARS to insure in foal. TWENTY-FIV- E General Boyle Is 16 hands, with d fine style and move. trotter. He was sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunningform, good bono nnd a good, We think it will b easy for him to take a fast rec- ham's lewel, he by old Washington Denmark, His first dam Minnie by McDonald's Halcorn. He was stake winner at ord this season. 1 36. Look his ad dam record at K mile carefully? yearliuz find him a choice Stonewall by Wells' Crusader, his lit dam by you will J acksen, he by Washington Denmark, breeding over he by Black Denmark, his ist dam by Crusader, bMaresCpar'e(1 with- - eai0n forr!'d Mares kept ha by Old Whip, ad dam a Rocky Mountain mare. nt reasonable rate, .. MADISON SANDIDGH & SON, 6 Milledgeville, Ky Central Park, Danville, Ky. S pure-gaite- Collinwood 3 Sire of Mambrino Maid M Connne j a 31H, Veiser Boy 31 a aajf This fine saddle stallion will make the season of a McCormacks Don Pedro 3) a 37 oil half mile track. Instant i8;3 at our stable one mile west of a asJ First dam by Lyle Wilkes 464S, sire ol Bell church, a ao, Danville Wilkes a a7, Chies a 2)X, Konanta a aoji, Mattie Wilkes a 30, Lulu WilLes, trial a f Colt on half mile track, by George Wilkes, sire of Har-r- y a to At Wilkes 2 nMt Gu' W11- -" - 'SV Wilson a i6'1( Till weaniDg time; colt standing good until season 1 17H. J. money is paid; mare parted with forfeits insu- So So a2 I7l4,Rosa II. Richardson Wilton aBarou Wilkes a i8$, it, Wilkes 19, rance money 1 om Kogers a ao anu 00 omers Description and Pedigree: He is a dark bay, Joe Burker a iJJ, His sons has c sired 348 from a 134 to a 30 from 13,' 4 hands high, very heavy mane and tail. game, daughters are the dams upheaded and carries himself very gracefully and a ta to a 30 and Second dam by Helm's ol 30 from Yorkshire a peer in a juVi to a 30. lu fact his rider says he stands without by Imp. Yorkshire, sire of the dam of Ashlai.d as a saddler. NotwithCentral Kentucky Chiel, sire of Black Cloud a I7jf, Blue Cloud 3 37, standing his being handled only three weeks, Mambrino Startle full broKate 3 when he went lame aud was turned out, he would AshlaudMajolica 25 15 and Miss Majolica (sold for a ther to defy all competition. Startle 190, trial a l)' sold for fao.ooo He was sired by Second Jewel, the famous pre- $15,000 by First dam Jessie Kirk, dama 01 Majolica, record mium horse, he by Cunningham's Jewel, he by a Eldndge trial aoi, is. Miss Majolica, and dam ai, above, by 3Clark Washington Denmark, ist dam Lillie, sired by of a Stonewall Jackson, another premium horse, he by Westchester (3) six39in a 30 and the dams of eleven Chief 8j, sire of Washington Denmark, he by Black Denmark, etc. dam Old Ladv dam ct ad dam by Glencoe,he by Imp. Glencoe, and so Irom a it' 4 to a 30 Second Miss 3 3M.,bv Capt. Charley Frlela ifV,. Little on. 3d dam by Tom Hal, out of a Copperbottom. Walker, sire of the dam of Harry Wilkes a 13 Look for a moment and observe the crosses of Pilot, siro this horse, and you will see that he is backed up and five others. Third dam by Parish by the best strains of saddle stock in the land. A of Ettie Jones 3 30. Fourth dam by Brown Pilot Lyle Wilkes by tKeorge by Cadet Fifth dam look at him will be sufficient and a liberal patronWilkes 3 ai. First dam by American Clay, siro of age is very kindly solicited. a but not three In 1 30 and the dams 01 aa in In 330. seconu Mares kept any way on liberal terms, 30. Third d.im by Mambrino Chief, sire of 6 responsible for accidenti, should any occur. dam Mrs Caudle, dam ot Encson a 30, sire ot 6 M. CARTER. JR J. in 3 30, Startle 390, by Hambletonian 10, sire of4 in 3 30 and dams of fij. First dam by American btar 14. I'e of 4 In a to and the dams of 43. Sec ond dam y liiacK mru j McROIIEKTS S3 i a. beautiful bay, hands high, star snip and left hind foot while, Registered. rantrv and commanding in appearance, .. good, Hat By Second Jewel 48. - ,"-v bone, wen muscieu Dam by old Stonewall Jackson. a man ever drove. Goes without boots or weights; -driven about three This fancy saddle stallion will make the season has ttotted quarters in 44 i of 189a at our stable '4 mile from Milledgeville, weeks last Fall by Mr. Joe Bryan, who says all he Lincoln county, Ky, on the Stanford and Mil needs is handling to make a trotter, sure Being Owing to the scarcity of money, young and growthy, Mr Bryan advised me notto edgevilleplke. we will stand him at have him handled until fully matured. In his pedigree there arc ten producing sires and six prod"Cing dams, two ot them being In the great $15 His pedigree contains all the brood mare list Money due when colt comes or mare Is parted fashlouable blood. He traces twice to Hambleto. Mambrino Chief it, once to wltu. .Mares grazed or fed afreasonable prices. nlan to, twice to twice to Harry Clav 8, with a riot responsible tor any accidents should any oc American Star J4. pacing and thoroughbred blood of strong Infusion cur. sold for Maid a Gilt Edge is a beautiful red sorrel, tlaxy mane He Is bred like Mambnuo sire and their dams by and tail, 15 hands 3 inches high; was foaled Sept. $ 000. Iieing by the same He has two colts foaled sons ot George Wilkes. 6, 1886, and is a perfect saddle horse. and is an extra large and Gilt Edge was showed as a 3 year old and took to date, both bays, Every warefine,served last year, he sure foal cctter. sweepstake premium at KIrksville and Danthe I think, safe in foal. He ville and in his own ring at Harrodsburg. Those with one exception, Is, at Mcwho want to breed to a good saddle stallion are will make tne seaion of 1803 at my stables cordially invited to look at our horse and see him Kinney at the low price of Wedgewood 436. $10 Insure Living SIRED BV MAMBRINO STARTLE Sp:, a 17U; 3:15. Breeze Wilkes. Standard a3, Blood bay stallion, black points, to-d- I GILT EDGE 261. i6i "; " to Insure a Living Co.lt. ir, $25 to Insuro a Livo Colt, Money due when colt stands up and sucks, maro partea with or bred to another horse. Good pasture for mares at reasoaaoie raie. out wilt not be responsible for accidents, should auy occur. 6 JK' Wilkes and a"' Guy Wilkes, btOnoWnilJncksOl, Jr., lie Wns at $.0 each beiore they become famous, nslllllg- and you new have the opportunity to breed to 1)0 bv Stonewall JacKSOIl, llO by Breeze Wilkes at the low pr.ee ot ton ueninnrK, 110 uy imp. jietigeioni. JlcUrcnrv s tlnm wns Lmiy 1'nrKs, (nn a I at public auction. Sinn ford, Ky. I wish to remind breeders ol the fact that th Wilkes family isthe greatest on earth. They sell! for the most, command the highest stud fees and I Tho Premium Young Saddlo Stallion, breed on. Sale of some Wilkes as follows: Axtell, Lumps $60,000, Acolyte $40,000, Prince Stoc.ooo, : lli.ntinrl tir r.nn. Ralnh Wllk (in rm and oth. ers for $10,000 and upward too numerous to men- lion, kcq tviiKcs, niierion, uuy nusciuiunn' of 1802 nt my Will mnke the sea-o- n tell command stud fees of $1,000 each and a (rood ntnhlc in Lancaster, Ky., and will be per- many more stanu at near J500. 1 win also name a few Wilkes of the third generation which show mitted to servo marc how they breed on: Monbars 3 year old record a 16H, Position 3 year old record 2 sold lor Oolt. $15 to $10,000 at public auction, Athadon, the champion yearling stallion, record a 37. On both sire and j dam's side Breere Wilkes is related to the followA LIEN KETAIXEI). ing noted horses: Sunot a oSVi. Palo Alto 3 oM I McCrcnry Is 10. hnnds liiirli, a benutiful t M aiwt - , .!!' Vonrv tltinL--t ,vi .....-.- . All.rtnn 4nnL.,. . wm w 7. m, 7. Nelson 3 10, Jay EyeSeo a 10, Ariona toJJ, Direct bay, O yenrs olll, llllS llingllltlceilt Carriage 3 19)4, sold for $37,000 Description and Pedigree He in n beautiful mahogany bay, black mane nnd tail, 4 years old l.Yih o'f May, 10 hnnds high and weighs 1,200 pounds; commanding in appearance nnd symmetrical in form. Sired by tho late Screamer: dam by Second Gill. His sire. .MalU 3 1354, 3033, or ueorge niiKojiy, was too in Lincoln record 3 31 sire of Harry Wilkes a 13', ,, and tuy Screamer, Wilkes a ij!, William I., Red Wilkes, Ac. ist county to need any further mention here. !J dnm dam 1'annv. dam of Nellie O'Neil a 22M . Katie Mares bred to this horse, if traded or lacksonia;K, Jim Jackson j 28, ic. by Iron's removed from the neighborhood without Cadmus (closely related to Nelson a 10 sireol Po ln cahontas, waon record 317',, alio crandiire of slllliiyjilg me Hint lliev nru 1101 III loill, Smusglera 15!.. ad dam Polly by Cadmus, son of forfeit tilt) teilhOII Mill the IllOlieV is title. . .1 i. Ulllll 1116 American Eclipse, siro of Gauo, sire ol the dam of1 if 1." .1 Gkokok ail Oil UIO toil Lady Thorne a 18K and Mambrino Patchen, sire Guy Wilkes a uV, William 1.. sire son money Is paid. Mates kept on grass of 1802 at of Axtell a , .Vc. 3d dam by Brown's liellfouud- - nt $1 per month, nt owners' rhk. CT, SITE Ul IMC U U..UI VI J.CIillUIll U .ltl .lie jM JAMES H. PEPPLES, JR., dan of Wilkes Boy a 34, sire of Constantine ' well-know- toaled 1687. SIRED BY I'HTOSKY 3633 Trial aiao. i, public Sire of Klti;tosV.a a 13, Marr I.ou a &c. trial a ij, Nellie O'Neil a "ist dan Eltra Jane, dam of Maud Messenger a 16, Merit a 37, by Gentle Ilu-e3,6, sire ol Pearl Medium 3 30 and dams Maud.Messenntr ai6ff and I'earl a 37 ad dam Kitty Rivers, dam ot Bertie Girl a 37. by Alexander's Abdallah 13, sire ol Goldsmith Maid 3 14, Almont and Belmont, sire of Nutwocd 3 t9'4, who in turn sired Manette, 3 io-- - anu sold for Siaj.- lam ol Anon a year-ol- d 000. 3d dam by Red Jacket, sire 01 ine uam 01 Kentucky Wilkes 3 aif, and the ad dam of Red 3 18 and Wilkes, sireol Ralph Wilke. 2 yearsold for $30,000, also sire ol 3d dam of Mambrino iK bands bi(jh, '' I screamer : JR. por-niitt- ed ' ai, This tine younu saddle stallion will stand the sciion of 1S02 nt my stnhlo four miles Kat of Stanford, on tho county road lending from ltowlaml, nnd will be to serve 25 mares At $8 to Insure a Living Oolt. n well-know- n Guv 2:12. KolrtMKircirorlM7J (tr i 1 ilam Alice...by Almont 33, record 2:301, by Alidallah If) (nire of (ioldsmith. Maid 2:11 nnd Helmont, sire of Xut- wood 2:1SJ) dnm bvMnm brino Chief 11. out of a daiightor of Pilot, Jr., (sire of the dam of Maud S. 2.0-iJ)- . Almont sire T0 in the 2:30 Hit. 2 dam by Xormiin 25 (siro of Lulu 2:11 1 Mny Queen 2:20; of the dams of Norval 2:171, Fanny Kobinson 2:201, Xoruimi Medium 2:20, etc.); by Mon-Horso 0; lstdamSlocum mare, by Mnenum Ho- - Sire of 2:10, Phallni 2:13J. Director 2:17, nnd 2S others in the 2:30 Ut, nnd grand sire of Direct 2:00. Xnncv Hanks 2:00, Ickhnrt 2:11 J, and j, others in the 2:'IOH.t. Dictatok by Hnmblelon-Ia(sire of Electioneer, Goorge Wilkes, Dextei, etc.) dam Clarn,.(dani of Dexter 2.171, Alnin nnd Astoria 2:2t hv American Star (siro of tho dams oi Jay-Eye-S- Sired by Dictator 113. high. n 1 Old num. Young Twymnn mare, bv Coeur tie Leon (Hevisj Tivyumu mare, nn 1 11 -- traced.) Dictator will mnke tho senson S20to Insuro a Living Colt. My fine saddle stallion by OnTimu nnd out of n Stonewnll Jnckeon mnre will nlso mnke tho seaion nt sntno time nnd place, ' McCREARY 131. 5 Insure a Living At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. BRATJMONT. This line draft stallion will umko the present season at my farm at 2i, ?ef At SIO to Insuro a Living Colt. He has proven himself a splendid breeder. I also have -- ., m w .. ,IJr?Jr1.w,lk.M a i1"' nction and high stylo nt both ends. !.,i i. FOUR GOOD JACKS, Which 1 will stand at tho same place and $20 to Insure aLiving Oolt. Q, He Is an an excelldnt Individual and nuite Drom. sired by Jlrltiker's Drennon, he by Dnv islng, also an exceedingly sure foal getter. Will Crocke'lt, (ft Canadian). Diamond's dam make seaion of 1893 at Charles Dunn's, ?l tulles Old Manibrino Chief; 2d dam by trom Stanford on the Rush Branch pike A lien waa by Puzzle, (thoroughbred). Lady Park's dam retained on colt nntil season money is paid. extra saddle innre) by black Diamond, Three at $10 and Wiley at $8, If not sold beforu tho season opens Will pasture mnres nt ?2. but not responsible for accidents. sos GEORGE E. ALFORD. Ky. McKinney, CHARLES DUNN. 4 Stanford, Ky. was nn extra saddlo maro by Shakespeare. T. E. WALKER, Lancaster. 10 M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. ' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal CATTLE An FOR THE SHOW RING. I STARTING IN THE SHEEP BUSINESS. . Exhibitor Kxtilnlns 1IU Good Advice for Thane Going Into Sheep i i Method of I'rcpitrntlon. liaising In tho Xortlurest. 8TAKFOIU), Ky., Al'RIL 22. 1892 First of all comes selection of tho anTry to get from somo place west nenr imal for preparation. I havo always tho Rockies n car or two of young owes, B.o.WAikTON.BUB.ManaKer considered that n most Imjortant factor graded Shrop or Merino, making suro in tho whole business if yon exjicct to that tho fckins aro clean, for scab is n bo successful in tho show ring. I always bail thing to introduce on new ground. select cattle of tho low down, blocky, Two and owes aro best, MEAN8 BUSINESS. early maturing tyiw, with a mellow skin and if you must tako any inferior oies Wall I'ai-e- nnd pninta nt W. B. and plenty of liair, descended from in tho lot, cull as fast na you can, bell of good pedigreo, famed for smooth tho culls and not doing tho reverse, as is Enoravino beautifully nnd artistically feeding qualities. sometimes tho case. Culling nnd keepdone Rt A. K. Penny's. After making my selection, all cattlo ing tho best, selling tho rest for what Buy yohr bookB nnd school supplies of nlwvo tho age of calves I let havo a they will bring, is the strongest jwint of nil kinds from A. It. Penny. Fiiksh Ijuidreth Garden Seeds, in three weeks' mil on a field of ryo in tho sheep management hero. The smartest of men may make a great mistake once, but he Ono advantago possessed by western early spring. Jiye is much twtter than smart who papers and in bulk, at YV. B. Multob-eitgrass; it gives them a good physicking sheep is that they aro very sound insido too many good, 'This is my first 1," pt- cCytruthis'Ih-eb- 0t Have your watch, clock and jewony out and a complete "shed off," which nnd do not need so much care at lambrepaired at A. It. Penny's. All work will bo a groat help later on. I com- ing timo as big, well bred sheep, and mence giving two feeds daily, composed tunko good nurses afterward. They warranted. - - mt .. ii flfc?J ground oata, J fresh raise ono good lamb worth, ns a rulo, at Hrmemiibr that nil Bilverwaro, watches, of m W?k, 1 comment, n littlo cut 4 months old, what was paid for its M. .Mi M rings, Ac, bought at A. It. Penny's will bran, rs 9mV U 5' M-. w, mi WQm m i T LiJ bo engraved freo of charge. liny mixed all together. Yearlings I mother. Tho fieeco nt clipping timo is nllow twelve quarts each animal daily, worth from sixty cents to ono dollar, At my expense, so for the next 30 days long and deep cuts will be made in increasing to sixteen quarts for older but if it wero not so awfully flirty it ALL SORTS AND SIZES all cattlo, giving tho allotted feed would bring more. If you hear of any Young people who aro courting are night and morning and stabling at other sheep nearer homo, such as grado Cotswolds, do not bo afraid to bny if night, with access to n littlo hay. not in favor of the third party. At tho end of tho three weeks f able they aro all right You nro safest with Mrs. Pancake (wearily) "It's as truo ram to breed from, and them during tho day, for fear of getting n as gospel woman's work isneverdone." tho now coat of hair blenched by the hut whether your owes aro small westerners My goods arc fresh from the manufacturers the latest fabric's and styles Mr. Skye Parlor "Ahem I Judging sun, bo detrimental at that timo of year. or big ones, such as aro in small lots as Thev aro nnt- 'nw tc from this beefsteak, ma'am, I should At night I let them have tho run of a pets, your ram will leave good stock be nut on the people "at cost," but brand new. &CSS Goods The latest say that it is eometiines too much done!" Iecial posturo, adjacent to tho barn, either way. A Hock that keei two males beauties Organdies in black figures, checks and stripes. BiJndenbu their is better than with only ono. Thu lives of great democrats all re- kept for that purpow), increasing eight" Gln8hams' and SUch a VVhite Goods was If tho sheep nro bought in winter, enro never'sel0" feed to fourteen qunrts yearlings, mind us we can make our gall sublime. een quarts older cattlo, with an nddition should bo taken that they aro kept cool, Chnttanooga Press. Hep. of from 1 pound to yt of crushed oil but nover in a draft. A shed facing Why not complete the. parody: And cako for each animal daily, to bo given south, a yard in front, swing doors n departing leave behind us in thu treas- in threo feeds morning, noon and even- foot from tho lloor and big enough for a ing, afterward pasturing for tho night. If sheep to go in and out at pleasure, tho ury not a dimo. Atlanta Journal. thu posture gets short I feed n littlo green lower foot being n cross board, and in And they must go. All Shoes must go with the rest. Mies Madden has traveled 2,000 miles Mv stock of Clothing is com fodder, n very desirnblo sulwtitute. this wny tho door will nlways swing nSSdte on horhebnck on her mission for the lep- I keep rock salt by them in proferenco clear of tho bedding. They will, if nil were bought direct from Eastern manufacturers for the hard cash and there rofif ers of Siberia. She has secured $5,000 to common salt, tho small percentage of right, lie out in tho ynrd nearly all tho pay, and now on top of this there is a deep cut, which puts them far below for a hospital. contained therein acting on day and on lino nights. Constant access My cntircstock of goods were bought from the leading manufacturers of the Eas for hard cosh tocounr Remember the cut is only for 30 days and on account of the cxcTUent tho kidneys m as to keep them in work- to wnter and a block of rock salt, with prices. An Esqulmo village, inhabited by ing order ono of tho greatest troubles, nil the fine hay and sheaf oats they can ,0W from 50 to 75 natives of the frozen reurs1 eat from racks will keep them in good and especially in n second prciiaration. gions, will be one of the sights on Mid No enow eating on any acI havo a great aversion to all kinds health. way Piaisancu at the World's Kxjwai-tio- of soups. I never dnmien tho feed but count ' They should go on their pasture as always givo it dry; thus it makes i People who do much work pro too Miiall paunch, which gives tho animal a early in spring as jossible, to as tomako much grander top and hide lino. Tho Btiro that they will nibble out nil tho busy to tell how tired they are. only soup I use is this: I teach tho ani- shoots of sjiear grasa, which only does When you get so you do not need anv mal to drink water out of a pail with harm when sheep aro turned on it after advicu you are ripu for tlio tlrst sharper ono handful of wheateu Hour added. It tho seed is formed. No sheep will eat n who comes along. corrects all impurities in tho dilfercut bito of long grass if it can help it, and kinds of water you meet with in makiug one advantago of letting them out early "I wish I wos twins," said Willie. AND I commend this way of is that they keep tho grass short a circuit. If 'Why?' Muud the other half of mo to watering show cattlo to all amateurs fenced in, thu lot should bo in two divis"I'd who aro makiug their first circuit of tho ions, anil the Mock shifted every week or M holiool and this half would go fishing." fairs. Also, if you want your cattlo U fortnight. This is an imjwrtant joint Cinch What have you given up for thrivo keep all feed boxes, stables and that iHjginners never think of. Foul Upright and Horizontal. rtmw lent? Stationary, ' stablo appliances sweet and clean. Moro grns is an alcminntion to sheep, nnd and Portable. All . AvsJ0xJS7t1 v.. Plnoh Thirty dollars for my wife's especially uso kindness in handling, in they will nibble any other to tho baro sizes up to power. onrth before they will touch what they Kaettrr bonnet. or out of tho stablo. Unequaled in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Grooming and blanketing aro two of havo gout long upon. Tho grasses comAfter tho llrht baby has arrived in a Ml 111 '"111 a Durability. --Vv ' Hat laud aro as a rulo too coarse ?" ' l ( ' ' . family a man can't kic s his w ife without the moat important factors in making a mon to . Wr$& t Tfr wr wv Write for Free IKuitraud Pamplets anil your wants to $ good show in tho ring. In tho early nnd bushy for sheep, which nro tho waiting for her to take a lot of pins out djcw.:.. d fetago of prostration I uso a wash uicet of all feeders, and if tho grasses : CO., of her mouth. of n small ortion of McIXiugall'ri are allowed to g't rough in spring, tho NFW YORK CITY. Thu pungent odor of pennyroyal is hheop dip added to each jmil of rain hheop will hardly ever bito them. SPRIN'GFIF.l.D. OHIO very disagreeable to ants and other water ami wiutli tho animal thoroughly. If cattlo were put in tho samo inclo-sur- o they would help to keep tho grasses creeping thing. If thu herb cannot bu It will kilt all lico, remove nil scurf and obtained tret the oil of pennyroyal and make a rapid growth of hair. I uso this in such a shnie that tho sheep would cat e;vt urate something with it ami Ivy wash onco every month during tho prejn thorn, but if thu grass gets long and game around the places infested by the&e aration that is if I wtuit to show with a coarso tho nccess is up for tho season. A to puro water is n great curly coat of hair, which is a most diff- field with To all our Subscribers for 1892. pesta. icult thing to do in so dry a climate. I thing always, and it is folly to try withCharles Dickens said: "I think it commence to uoo blankets in July very out puro water in somo form. With We, the publishers of " Xorth American Ilomei," must somewhere bt. written that the thin ones nnd light, to keep the Hies constant vigilance and long talks with In order to increase the circulation of our journal virtues of the mothers bhall occasional away. If I vrnnt to grow a long silky l)orn sheepmen a new man may in timo throughout the United States and Canada, will spend this year over ono hundred thousand dollars ly be visited on thu childruu as well as coat of hair, after first grooming with learn in tho same way as a Frenchman nmong our new subscribers in the form of an artistic tho brush and before placing tho blanket loams English not perfectly, but fairly Crayon Portrait and a handsome frame (as per cut the tdus of thu fathers." below), to be made freo of chnrgt for every new I tako a small watering ot nnd well. Unless your heart is in tho busi on subscriber to "North American Iloincn." Our Among the pitiable people of tho sprinkle tho animal all along tho back, ness tho Iwst way is nover to begin. family journal is a monthly publication consisting of world nru tlioso who have to be 10 races, tilled with the best literature of the Hav. using rain wnter, afterward setting tho Nor'west Farmer. by some of the best authors, and is worthy of tho in Order to have their remarks blanket oh. If it is n very dry, hot time preat expense we are doing for it. Eight years ago noticed. the .Veto IVr H'ct Id had only about 15.W0 daily cir I enrry this same process on twice each Tunning Skip. It hai over 300.000. ThU u as obtained b v Judicious advertisement and a lavish culation: Tommy -- Can we piny at keeping day. A smooth coat is not much trouble cipenditurc of money. What the proprietor of the .V. V. World has accomplished we feel confiAfter having cut off tho useless parts 0 and moro easily acquired; tho less hair and softened tho skin by soaking, re- dent of doing ourselves. Wc have a large capital to draw upon, and the handsome premium store in hero, mamma? wcare us world. of anv paper in in this case tho bettor. I nover think a move tho fatty matt- - trom tho insido money giving you will certainly give our the largest circulation cone back to us theincreased The we arc spending now among In cirMamma (who has a headache( subscribers will soon 4 culation and advertisements. The CD , Hereford made but you must be very, very qui- curly coat is finished unless carrying a nnd oak it in waKi water for nn hour. by the largest association of artistsCrayon Portrait we will haveamong for you will be executed in this cltv. Their work is the finest made, and we of hair. Noxt mix equalu-t- of borax, saltpeter Kimrmitci! you an artistic Portrait and a perfect likeness to the original. There is nothing et. more useful as well as ornamental than a handsome framed Crayon Portrait of yourself or any I also think Hereford showtcattlo can ..Uts member Tommy Well, we'll pretend we don't 1k3 produced mainly oil tho products of and glauberjon of (sulphate of 6oda) in and readyof your family: therefore this Is a chance in a lifetime to get one already framed to hang In your parlor absolutely free of charge. tho propo about ounco ? , . advertise. Exchange tho farm; tho success of tho Shadolaud each fo each skin, with sufficient water BEAD TH2 FOLLOWING GRAND 30 DAYS' OFFER: sim-pl- o tooth-nahMr. Saply I have a dreadful Ilerufords I attribute to tho above to .Ko a thin paste. Spreal this with Send us f 1,50 price for one year subscription to North American Homes," and send us also treatment. I do not claim for my- Mits Mabel. Are you ever troub-- i orush over tho insido of tho Bkin, ap photograph, tlntyjw or darruerrot$pe of yourself or any member of your family, living or Kilf tint rlnrv nt i1nin tint uvirlr nl' plying moro on tho thicker parts led with that lilment? 3 than rortrait In a good substantial pllt or bronze frame LJLJ of 2 Inch moulding absolutely Mits Mabel (blushing deeply) No, alone. I ,rst, in selecting tho nnimr'.n I on tho thinner. Double tho skin toD. .uurt, gether, flesh sido inward, nnd plnco you a genuine have the thlo assibtanco of C. it rxcKini; nmc rench class, boxing and indeed. 2 irru in exprnOi uui undoubU lly an expert judgo of ' typical in n cool place. this out and send it with your photo- fiwa Mobel'a Littlo Sister (oged 5) You Hereford, nnd in enrrying r .t my inAfter standing twenty-fou- r hours grapn ai once, aiso your suDicnptton wouldn't either, Mr. Saply, if you took structions u feeding I ha a truo and wash tho skin clean and apply in tho which vou can remit bv Draft. i O Money Order, Express Money Order,! your teeth out like sister does. trusted but junto in Tom ', nters. inaue payable to name manner as beforo a mixture of ono or l'osui In coiuksion, 1 must .my it is very ounce boda, Newspaper Reporter (to president of f ounce borax and NORTH AMERICAN HOMES PUBLISHING CO., company) lias your company taken rare to have .wo nnimf a feed nliko a two ounces hard white soap melted World Building, Hew York. any steps to pay ltn tnxeb? President-W- hy prncticnl feeder .UI oou detect that. slowly together without being allowed good judgo of cattlo it will to boil; fold together again and put hois a certainly sir. We havo mado two If For Character of Worl we refer to the editor of the Interior Journal. holp him to detect nny imperfection or away in a warm plnco for twenty-fou- r protests against thu constitutionality of roughness while under tho preparation. hours. After this, dissoh'o four ounces the law. I liku to get them well tip in flesh leforo alum, eight ounces salt and two ounces Policeman You comu right aloug tho very hot weather sots in, running baleratus in sufficient hot rain water to RENT. SSSS: c;aarbmo?crha?d0 them easy to tho end. pike. 4 miles from Stanford. W, II Miller. 70 with me. saturate the skin. When cool enough 1 feed for tho fat stock show just tho not to scald tho hand, feoak thu skin in it InVbriate Take some other fellow. Don't tako me. I'm an unlucky cuss. same rations, except that I uso no oil for twelvo hours, then wring out and cako at all. John Lewis hi Breeder's hang it up to dry. Wlicn dry, repeat Every time I promenade with a police- Gazotto. THE this soaking nnd drying two or threo man I get locked up. times, till tho skin is sufficiently soft Live Stock Points. George It. Peck walked into a Kansas Lastly, smooth tho insido Sheep nnd hogs pastured together do sandpaper and pumico stone. with fino barber shop one sweltering hot day last Nor'west Is Receiving- His summer and said: "If there is a hell, not do well. Tho sheep bito so closo to Fnrmer. ground thnt the hogs nru apt to got tho and they say there !b, and if I go there, left Livo Stock l'olnt. and they say I will, I mean to move that Tho moro Leghorns, tho moro eggs, Tho owner of n fino herd of Jersey this summer bo deducted from my snys ono poultry raiser. cows in Pennsylvania susiected tho extime." Goods Warranted and a Periect Fit Guaranteed. Gie me call. When lico infest your chicken houso, istence of tuberculosis among them. Ho INTERNATONAL "Did you seo Johnson's portrait in spray it thoroughly and completely caused six of tho susjweted animals to tho Bugle?" "No. What was ho cured with keroseno threo times, two days bo slaughtered nnd found thnt his suspicions wero correct Fivo of tho cows of?" "Vanity, I guess, after ho saw tho apart, Tliat will settlo tho vermin. picture." Threo hundred thousand nnimals of lind consumption. Tho nnimals wero Tho eutiru Indian population of this nil kinds brought in for salo in ono week examined by professors in the veterinary University of Penncountry ia about 250,000, and they hold is a tolerably good record for tho livo department of tho bo Hocdltcd a.nd Reset from CoTer to Cover. wished that all catmnrkot of Chicngo. Tho great sylvania. It is to FULLY ABREAST OF THE TIMES. 1)0,000,000 acres of tho public domain, stock tlo owners wero as careful aa this genspring horso sales of tho country aro A GRAND INVESTMENT exclusive of Alaska. tleman, Mr. Gillingham. Then children (or every Family and School. shifting from Now York to Chicago. Moro men havo died and aro buried would not run tho risk of drinking in Tho Authentic AVobster's Unabridged Hero is ono rulo that will hold through- consumption with tho .milk they nro so One of the largest and most complete stocks of Men's, Boys'Jand Dictionary, comprising Issues of 1804, in the Isthmus of Panama, along tho out tho universe, whother in tho animal fond of. '79. and 'Hi. (all still copyrighted) has Hup of tho proposed canal, than on any Children's been thoroughly revised and enlarged, or vegotablo kingdom, Brood only from under tho supervision of Noah l'ortor, Of poultry breeds tho American chickequal amount of territory in tho world. tho best 1.1 LL. D or Yale University, and aa ens, Plymouth Rocks and Wynndottes u distinguishing title, beara the usmo Sorno of our contemporaries aro dis- como nenrer being good nil purposo WEBSTER'S FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. cussing tho question of whother a closed fowls than any others. Tho Houdnu is International Dictionary. Tho work of revision occupied over or open barnyard is test. .Both nru tho only French fowl that seems to corn plantten years, more than a hundred editoFo Sale. A Ever broughtjto the East End of the county. Also a large and well ngut. x unrnyaru siioum uo part, open f ,ir4v . ,. trvW rlimntn rial laborers being employed, and over er in good condition. A. Camenisch, nnd pnrt inclosed. But it should always 8300,000 expended before the Orst . assorted stock of Custom-Mad- e and Eastern ' thn0 to g0 lllt0 tho copy was printed. This, Turnersvillo. bo drained, so that no unfortunate farnta SOLO BY ALL BOOKSELLERS. BUCeP k"S""ss. cow, 3 can got mired in its nasty depths. Foil Sale. Holstein-Jerae- y Pamphlet sent free by tho publishers. Kentucky lambs aro already engaged years old, nico form and will givo 4 galCaution is needed in purchasing a dicWhen you want to buy bees, poultry, tionary, as photographic reprints of n obsomilk a day. W. W. Ly- or livo stock of any kind get them from for delivery next summer at 5 and 5 lons of rich lete and comparatively worthies edition of dealers as near your homo as jwssiblo, cents n pound. For both ladies and gentlemen. Call and examine our stock before Webster are being marketed under various on, Hustonville. names and often by misrepresentation. Bulletin 21 of tho Kansas experiment other things being equal. That is to say, Fon Sale. 100 ewes with lambs, purchasing your Spring Goods. GET THE BEST, you can got na good n quality by pur-- station mnkes tho statement thnt blind Imprint of TI11 International, which ono Southdown buck. All- - young. No if chasing nenr homo tho stock will rench stnggors nmong horses comes from the O. & O. MKRIUAM X-- CO., Publishers, mo at Standisease. Call on'.or address o you in better condition and tho express- - feeding of moldy corn. Another Springfield, Mass., t. P. A. ford. Stephen Burch. crobo disease. will not bo so great three-year-old T Wl i MANY GOODS ist offense't ' i I ) I r lH. au-ima- ls CUT PRICES 30 DAYS. i mt: .sa as tii raitf- hxJJIMrJLJk2i,wr frvwssTi zil . s'. ife'Xc6; ono-thir- d one-thir- d ono-thir- d 1 "ti one-ha- lf 1 Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, bol ...,. - ZZT, 1 GdS' Xn. Hustonville. ,wf CdSilolivtic Z SM n. SZ c?S2 " "" " $ JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. fjM ':'. wm , M ST3SAM Semi-Portable IIIINICWIIUS ffiW?!. '-- smsA. STEEL BOILERS, 26-horse f ms9: r 0:1 II n I 1 -A-r- ;nr ootn-oho- rl?a' THE JAMES LEFFEI, & FRAME . Ai FREE CRAYON PORTRAITS It 3 If 0 5 . disa-greunb- lu to-d- av W 1 t) Hrt O &9 f ' Cer-tninl- y; s n : ono-ha- lf e, r t. , k one-hal- 3g5t H.6.R0PLEY,- l3&3 O FOR I NEW WEBSTER Spring & Summer Goods "WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY JUST RECEIVED, two-hors- o , OMTHING9 tfl I I 3 fsa b.-i- r mi-ag- W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. . TV . -- J ? KMMM)MMMff ? Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal For Boils, Pimples carbuncles, scrofulous soros, eczoma, and all other blood diseases, tako Ayer's Sarsaparilla It will Dinner Koforin In London. There is very litllo doubt that tbe coining Benson will see one reform, and Tho nn important one, introdncetl. question of dinner has for some tiino been n vexed one, for the lateness of tho hour and the length of the menu liavo Eeriottsly interfered with the round of receptions which a lender of society feels it her duty to attend. For several seasons the dinner hns grown longer and the hour later; but now there is to bo a change. It is true that tho fashionable hour for dinner will still remain 8:1)0 or even 9 o'clock, but the "bill of faro" will be reduced to four or, at the most, five . , MILLS AS SENATOR. j . AMES' UPHILL STRUGGLE. ICE I ICE I i ! II. T. NOEL t. Isa Candidate ftrCinult Juiljfe In tbe 13th subject to the actioti of tludmocralic patty Dis-trlc- A Deserved Tribute to the Distinguished Tcxnn. that elderly gourmands of both sexes, and their name is legion, will raise many an objection to nervous the new departure; but, on tho other debility, and hand, the boon will be immeasurable to many. Gourmots will certainly appretired ciate it, for it is part of tho now unwritten law that everything provided shall be jK'rfect of its kind. Each dish shall you. will Iw complete in its appointment of sauces, vegetables and wines, ami the choicest dainties of tli3 faeason shall comprise the A. S. menu. Girls will no longer dread tho weary SURGEON DENTIST. oser W. B. McRoberti hours of a dinner party, for tho maidenly Office on Main street, Drug Store, atanioru. appetite is usually satisfied with very few dishes, and tho interminable list C. MORGAN, D. D. S. strikes terror into tho heart of manyin-a R. debutante, and causes her to dread an vitation to accomjiany her parents to tho DENTIST. most approved entertainment of the age. (t moving to the Higgms office, Lancaster street, And to hostesses, especially those with itrous Oxide Gas Riven for piinlejj etrcting. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. limited incomes, fashion's latest fancy will bo an undeniable relief. M. CRAIG, A few perfectly cooked dishes aro not DE. difficult to manage, and tho reduction of Homeopathic Physician, courses will also reduce tho wine list, a . KENTUCKY. very important featuro in tho expenses - STANFORD, of a dinner party. The rijfht number of Office Hour. to to u a. m.; t to 3 p m.; 8 to guests has nlso been under the consideration of tho fickle goddess, and it is ex''Office on Lancaster street, opposite pected that for some timo to como dinner parties will be rather select than large, and that the guests will not bo less than ,m eight nor moro than sixteen. London Stanford and vicinI can supply the families of ity wilh home made Ice at 00 cts. per 100 pounds: Cor. Philadelphia Telegraph. dyspepsia, relieve and cure courses. No doubt wo shall find feeling. that Has Cured Others cure PRICE, 4HH&P Mr. Mills was sworn its n senator on his sixtieth birthday. llis elevation to this dignity is simply tho duo recognition and reward of lonij and most admirable service, lie has been called by his state to bo its representative becauso his state has recognized him as its fittest man for tho high function. He has not descended to any of tho arts of solicitation. He has not He has loft his place to electioneer. made no bargains, concealed no opinions and manipulated no caucuses. His election is gratifying in that it indicates tho existence of a higher eb tnent in politics, a sentiment which rewards courage and manly devotion to It contradicts the assumpprinciple. tion which has latterly been prevalent, that advancement in political life must bo won in unworthy ways and sought its a personal achievement. Mr. Mills is a man of unusual ability and unusual imhistry. Tho history of his career has been a history of hard work for those ends to which his convictions pointed as best for tho country and mtxst in accord with tho true principles of Democratic government. Tho fact that a great state lias appreciated his endeavors and has rewarded them with tho highest confidence a state can reposo in any individual is a gratifying proof of tho survival of principle in our political life. New York World. Sonio Sound, Sugary Svn.e. JOHN court-hous- e. 39-'- v ICE AND BEER. less than that amount at one cent per pound, mid or manufactured Ice at 75 cents per too pounds every delivered cents for smaller quantities. Ice to the John Bremorning. I call special attention mer Brewing C.'s Celebrated I X L. Beer, for in eithc Vetf or which I am agent. Will furnish bottle. Write for prices. K BREMER. Stanford, ky. ,3tf tJ A Wiimnn Anlinisl Trulner. One of tho best trainers of animals, wild or domestic, in this country is a MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, JUlHncr and Dress Maker Mam and Depot Streets, Corner Stanford, Kentucky. she is justly prrud to show She Unites all the ladies to see them, whether they buy or not. trouble to show goods. 87-'- ilas just returned from the cities, where she bought an elegant stock of Sprin; Goods, which lo W. C. GREENING, HUSTON VILLE, KY., Dealer injfGroceries, Hardware, ""Queensware, Glassware, Cutlery, table and .pocket, Harnessand Confectioneries CulA,so handles Moline Plow. Chilled and Steel tivators, Double Shovels. Corn Planters, Buckeje 70m Mowers and Binders Give him a trial LAND FOR SALE. Sixty five Acres ol Splendid Land, situated M miles from Stanford, on Shelby City turnpike, adjoining Mrs. E. B. Jones. Apply I to me at HUGH RE1D. to Stanford, Ky. EGGS FOR ;HATCHING. ' White From the following standard varieties Cochins (Mitchells strain; White Plymoth Rocks (Hawkins strain: White Leghorns (Kuapps strain). Fowls separately yarded; eggs warrant- edpure. Price $J per settwc of 13 W.M SHL'GARS. Lanca.ter, ky to-ii- s POSTED. ?r Vh. TIThis notice forewarns hunter, fishermen and others not to trespass on our lands withjut full-eas all siuh will be prosecuted to the extentof the law. gj,OOVAMO0RE st woman. She camo to tho United States a few years ago from Ireland. She was a ready, self reliant young woman, and when 6ho looked about it seeined to her that tho lines of work commonly opened to women wero overcrowded. She then did what was a strange thing for a woman to do. She took up the profession of training animals, and an energetic, persistent woman obtained a iosition connected with the menagerie in Central park, New York. Some littlo time later sho commenced in a small way to buy and sell animals, both domestic and savage. Sho was successful. Then sho hired a farm outside of New York and arranged buildings there and started tho business of importing furred and feathered curiosities. Superintendent Conklin, who for many years had charge of the animals in New York's "Four Hundred," thought she would fail, but she did not. And what is more, sho is Mrs. Conklin now. She still keeps up her own training school for nnimals, and in addition she assists her husband in caring for his own charges. I saw her a few days ago with her husband in Central park; she did not look like a woman who was of much use when lions and tigers aro about, but I was assured that sho know her business, and that it was under her direction that an aching tooth was pulled from tho jaw of a rather bad tempered lion a few months ago. Foster Coates in Ladies' Home be-iu- g Tho formation of tho Sugar trust admonishes congress of tliodntyof putting refined sugar on tho free list, and thus protecting American consumers from tho combination. Under tho duty of a half cent a pound very littlo refined sugar is imported; but this is not becauso of tho duty, but becauso of tho fact that with freoraw material American refiners are able to compete with Europeans in both the home ami foreign markets. During tho last year exports of refined sugar amounted in valno to upward of $0,000,000. This is not so large an exportation compared with that of a few years ago, beforo tho trust was organized and when there was a drawback of 00 per cent, of tho duty. But tho exportation is sufficient to show that with f reo raw sngor tho refiners liavo no need of any protectivo duty. American consumers, however, have need of protection ngainst them. Philadelphia Record. That Delectable? Stigar Itoiuity. statement prepared by tho commissioner of internal revenno in regard to sugar bounty shows that 2,523 claims A for bounty, amounting to $fJ,9U,(&i, have been received, and Mint 025 claims, amounting to $2,925,020, have been paid. Tho payments were as follows: On cane sugar, 2,715,747; on beet sugar, $215,406, and on sorghum, f20,SO0. Tho bounty on cane sugar was distributed as follows: Louisiana, 2,5S0,917; Texas, $120,027; Florida, $5,204. Tho beet sugar taunt was distributed as follows: Nebraska, $53,074: California, $139,534; Utah, $21,- eo& II can He Forget Thnt llonntle. Not Wisdom, I will delier lee every morning lnStanfird and Dominate the Itepubllrnn I'urty. Rowlsnd at one cent per pound or sutv cents pet Ames, of Massachusetts, hundred. All account. "" Stanford, Ky. proposes to demonstrate to tho Repubparty of Ids state that it is not in lican favor of the McKinley tariff act. The Salc-- A f tate committee has refused to permit him to go to the national conventions as For maUnt: cither branay or hijkv. Tiibs, Stills delegate at huge because he Is "not and Worms Kod as new. 1 . I Hl.RRIMi. fie miles west ol Lancaster, on Lexington plkr. sound on the t.vrill question." Marksbury, K) Mr. Ames is cet taiuly not to le classed as a free trader, except, of course, for TEE SHELTOK HOUSE. campaign purines. lMng a manufacturer of iron shuvels and other impleROWLAND, KY. ments ho wants free ore, although ho h willing to pay "ample" but not "proThis House has been refitted throughout; has hibitive" duties on pig iron. For a long timo Mr. Ames has been enjoying the A LIVERY ATTACHED. benefit of a protectivo duty on his products, a duty sufficiently large to enable Transient custom solicited W CARRIER, I'rop. ). oSoiy him to jwy duties on all his raw mato sell his shovels to foreignterials and AND SALOON ers for hss Mian he charged the high taxed people of his native land. AT ROWLAND For some reason Mr. Ames has decided that he wants the cot of production decreased, and that therefore ho I offer uiv frame Hotel ought to have free ore. In this he is Saloon atfor sale prisatcly are now renting at and & Rowland, which at agreement with tho hundred or more per mouth It is centrally located and a tine point lor business, being at a terrrinal point on a divie ironmasters of Massachusetts who ' good well, congress for this small favor ton of the L .s. net It has outbuildingsstable C'll cssary Aditrvts house and other , MR MARY C FERRILL, Stanford when the McKinley bill was pending. Mr. Ames now proposes to go into the etato convention as a candidate for the EC. place which tho state committee lias denied him." He says that ho intends to Dealer in General Merchandise, "ascertain how large a proportion of the Lumber and Shingles. delegates agree" with his tariff views. It gle me pleasure Goods sold for cash only doing He thinks that the Republican party to state to the publls ia general that I am peop e the Cash .. ,k will become very small if its managers nicely underV..ttS tllllfc .a.b)teii and that -theI, tll . that ........ .r ..........It.. ..l.LU. I'll l)'IUI drive from it every ono who "does not belter system, both for the buyer and seller. 'I hey. ,u,,u aiso Know mat wu aouui iu, .i'ui believe in ever line of tho McKinlev than my comps titers v. ho do credit business lit constantly on hand a splenbill." member that keep Pry Goods, Groceries, Lbith. Tho people demonstrated that Mr. did assortment of Hats and the like Call In and ing, Hoots, Shews, is right in respect to tho popular- sc my stock, which is replenished almost daily Ames J H HILTON, Rowland, Ky. 5T.iyr ity of tho McKinley act at the lost congressional elections, when tho RepubNOTICE TO THK... ..... licans found themselves in a minority of 1.300,000. But ho is wrong if he thinks that he can make any impression on the Republican leaders. Ho happens just now to ta in tho wise minority of manuhate opened In conntttioo with rov Hotel, tbe facturers, but ho occupies a hostilo toward the party organization, for ho represents in a small way the outcry raised agitinst tho tariff by the taxed A and dissatisfied consumer. Tho Republican leaden know that this sort of dis- First-Clas- s integration of tho protected Interests It to the public. Ilrand And offer the services must 1h checked at its outret. If wis- new vehicles and fresh ofblooded horses make my dom should onco prevail among pro- stable compare with tected manufacturers and the tariff In tho Country. Tho should go to pieces Mieir ocoujia-Uo- n Glif me a call. P W GREFN. Proprietor would bo gone, for their jiolitical existence depends upon the bounty fed AL, HURNS. Manager manufacturers, whose abundant contributions to camaigu funds are. as the breath of life to Republican nostrils. New York World. ij,Vl, Distillery, 10-i- JOHN XV. HUGHES For la Candidate lor Comnu nwralth' Attorrny In this the nth Judicial District, siiMect to the t tion ol the Dimixrai.) lost-offi- Isa Candidate for Comnoiiwealth's Attorney, sub fncttothe action of the Democratic party, lo any Judicial District to which Lincoln county maybe assign eil. J. S. OWSLEY, JR., DR. W. .seated by Dr. PENNY. Dentist. 13. recently Office South side Main strict, in yffii L F Huffman, Stanford, Ky HOTEL 9Xr' I ''I W W20. k, v.- -; FORSALB. J. HXLTOIT. "'. IVm ' w i' v, ?i : AV .1 V" s.w. 7.VfcrM wV li.'jsw? , & ar (( E ltf TiOTJs4ftr ju35S-BssMSmMsSSsH r a?ST.f ' 1ST - 1 1 -- 1 TRAVELING 1 PUBLIC. WIULIA3I St.-sc- MORELAND, Dealer in the above Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Ssllcitcd Cattle and Sheep a spesialty. Persons having any of the uboe described st"ck for sale or wisliliif lu purihaie same, will da well t - call on or address me An cspcrlcnce .f fifteen j cars in this business baa been el profit to me and I think I can make It profitable both to the buyer ' t) address Stinford, Ky, and seller 10s, Office at the Myers Houie John II. ntti-tud- o MTTERS . HOUSE, . UveryJStnble, Cattleman A G Lao ham syn-ilica- to Best ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAN THE GOFFEY HOUSE The tic. of Protection. There aro eleven nail mills in Massachusetts. Nine of them aro idle; tho remaining two are run without profit and must reduco wages or stop. Tho duties of $G.72 er ton on bcrap and of seventy-fiv- e cents per ton on coal rob theso works of all chanco of profit and send their discharged employees to swell tho ranks of tho unemployed, who find themselves tho victims of a policy established ostensibly for their benefit. Exchange. An Kdlfjlng Spectacle. Journal. A AVomnn with THE K - heartily welcome an investigation of his Companies. Dyelnjj Using Flotrera. All of which are census bureau. In this instanco the mi. be pleased to wait on my friends in this line. tornais said that two joor Parisian womIt is in jwrfect accord with tcies promptly 'ssued. Will insure against en, who earn a livelihood by making commissionerLet the investigation prodoes, wind storms and lUhtntng Lightning clausthe public. charge. es attached without additional artificial Mowers, have hit on a process ceed, in the interest of perfect harmony. Office at First National Hank, Stanford. for dveinff natural ilowers in lirilli.itit New York Advertiser. hues. Public attention was called tc' the matter by florists who received in A Child of Necessity. a lot of flowers some Sweet Williams of A bad fact about Reed's a bright green color. It seems that one quorum scheme is that it was never disof tho women poured some mint into a covered until the Republicans wanted as t A ' bowl in which some natural flowers sho ' to pass a force bill and plunder the a A , V lOtiT" J. S was copying had been put in water. The treasury. Lonifcvillo Courier-Journanext day sho was astounded to find that the flowers had assumed tho hue of the lie Has Already nun Once. paint. Being a woman of inquiring Secretary Blaine takes a long walk mind sho continued experimenting and ever' morning by tho advice of his physucceeded in producing various colors sician, and they say ho makes a very never iutended by nature, but very avail- brisk pedestrian. Still he declines to able in art. run. Bostou Herald. She immediately commenced dyeing Alfred the Great) Hen the Small. tlowers for the market, and extended her It has just been discovered that Prespractice to other sorts of blossoms, inHaving removed my Barber Snop to the Con mercUd Hotel, I am cluding white lilacs and camellias. Tho ident Harrison is a descendant of Alfred Ladies only colors employed by her at present tho Great, but then it is a very long Prepared to Accommodate are violet, green and pink. The violet descent. St. Louis as well as Gentlemen, is obtained by using the "violet of Paris" It Works Only One Way. ray .nvthin'e they may wish in n me.line. Chil-I- dye, and the other two are due to two Call The Chinese minister has written to ' chemical compounds with long names, ono of which contains twelve aud tlu Secretary Blaine that "reciprocity works THOMPSON, administratother twenty syllables New Orleans' two ways." Not under this lajComrnercUl Hotel. ion. Philadelphia Record. Picayune. fmt-clas- is Will rinds a Wny. This is a true story. A woman desired to livo no longer with her husband. Her reasons are immaterial. But she E. BRUCE. J. ,r, was dependent on him for support. She THOMAS C. BALL. STEELE BAILEY. thought over tho situation long and A. M. KELAND silently. Sho had neither accomplishB. W.GAINES. JAMES GIVENS. ments nor gifts that could bo turned I. S. PHILLIPS. into money. At length she remembered ANTON RENACKF.R CLARK REYNOLD-a dainty sort of cake she had learned to LACKOWITZ make. This it seemed might be turned T D. NEWLA.ND to account. In this hope sho left her husband, and with a lwx of her bread HOUSE. under her arm came to this city. After a little timo sho succeeded in interesting P. B.IRILEY, Proprietor, some capitalists in her dainty. There is Kentucky. now a stock company formed, and a London, - largo manufactory, of which she is at I have moved to my new Hotel and am better tho head, is sending out tho cakes in tin prepared than ever to accommodate the public.) boxes to every part of the civilized world. Good Livery attached and every conenience Give me a call. The point of tho story is that when a FRANK RII,Ey. woman's mind is mado up and having neither trails, nor calling there is someB AUG UMAX, thing of inspiration in tho ingenuity of her resources. Happily tho motives of FIRE AND STORM women are not aliko unfortunate. Another woman who had reasons feufflcient to undertake her own support makes Representing plum puddings which aro now an article of commerce. A third has a violet farm Harttord, of Hartford, Conn., Manchester, of Manchester, Ens. up the New Haven road and also cultiPennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, vates mushrooms. New York Evening Sun. Ins. Co. of North America, " M It is nn instructive circumstance for tho consideration of a iwlitical philosopher, that tho statesmen who aro loudest in accusing tho Democrats at Albany of having got a member of tho legislature moro than they are entitled to, aro those who wero themselves engaged only a few years ago in a successful attempt to steal the presidency of the United States. New York Sun. They Will et Until Ktitlk. Tho interminable revenue collectors of tho Republican jmrty can organizo all tho tariff debating clubs they please. Thoro is a tariff debating club already organized in tlJs country, of which the interminable revenue collectors will both the hot end of tho debate and tho butt end of tho club. No initiation fees, no dues. St. Louis Republic. No STANFORD, KY , A ftmeruor In Ward Politic. A commentary on tho character of tho MANAGERS, man they have now for governor of may bo found in tho fact that Commerce Building, Louisville. Is now he went into a Republican caucus in This Hotel, renovated and refurnished. so as to Agents thtsug'liout the South intend Hartford the other night and nominated In tny charge and its hifh to conduct it to add renutatldn. but fm nnlv miiniiin a candidate for mayor who had been ejv to Its long list ol friends Special accommoda- .Iosed as unfit for tho place by the lead- tions for commercial travelers anu on. ru.ui. W. A. TBIBBLE, Local A?ont, ing Republican paper of that city, aud the dlipioy of samples. STANFORD KY who was dofeated when the vote was A taken by a majority of more Mian two and rOOLOOMSd. to one. The spectacle of a governor leading a faction in a 'uirtisan caucus NATIONAL BANK for any purjjose is hardly in accordance "LOCUST GROVE" OF STANFORD, KY wiMi Now Eugland ideas of tho dignity O of that office. Boston Herald. Capital Stock FpR SALE Tho Drelslon Will lie Iteterrd. , Surplus The question raised by tho so called 18,500 ...v- I ne nnest r arm ana ricu.si n,, ol reciprocity proclamation is whether con- coinprl. Ing 4o acres ot Sun.ord. the Land, situa. seat toulitv miles led within gress may confer upon tho president n of Lincoln. two Attention of the public is invited to the fac Fronted l.y the Shelby City turrplketuitiHank tho only Stanford Stanford and legislative jower and discretion which and accessible to ther.i..t.... l...u-- Dansilte In f ha. that this Is provisions National National in Hank Act .....pf the ................ Under the . I..m. ho does not derive directly from tho con- pike, inisisoncoi iw In a jm state or cultl depositors are secured not only by th capital high region ami is the stockholdcrr liability lor lor all purvc Abundance stitution. The supreme court has never vation fertile and is of water fur the crowing of itp.k, but bv to the stork, so that depositors an equal of suitable held that congress can thus enlarge tho Soil is tobacco, Vorn and wheat. 1 he land is so this Institution are secured bv a fund of J, 00,000. herrp. of sworn president's ower as a ruler. Tho court located so that It can be duxled and two hne Five made statements thethecnndilioli or the bank year 10 United States governire rarmsmauc t ne impivisruisM.- has upheld the reciprocity provision by rommodlous dwHlBt. a convenient Hoe ,.- barn, ment and richassets are examined at stated times ns .. . ....x 1. SI, B.l illin.l. s. Inrlstir. by government agents, thus securing addltitoua sqnarcly denying tho indisputable fact AC incw'lltliruil ..in... ind perfect nftt) to depositors. K H.I ONES. Stanford. that such a power is thereby conferred. mati xi, apply to This institution, originally established as the RILEY,' Plncrille Deposit .tank of Stanford in isjJ. then O The fact remains all tho same, and some 4.,m nest as the National Hank ' Stanford in tsij and day the supremo court will revcrso its the Hirst National Hank ol 1 jam Stanford in iSe. has had practically an uninterdecision. St. Louis HUSH, rupted existent cf i )tar It Is better supplied for Con-necUc- ut JOSEPH COFFEY,IPro'r. 1 - Flrst-CIass.Salo- on FIRST ST CK FAHM ss S200.000 HUe-Cra- - t lltue-Gra- ss ame-uu- t -- -" 1 -- m I Post-Dispatc- h. RILEY ' J. H. 0cru Douflu StiitoMiiiutxlili Wanted. Tho United States would secure for INSURANCE AGENT itself a much moro dignified attitude tafore tho world by removing Machia-vel- li as the national standard bearer of diplomacy and by opening tho windows of tho state department long enough to let that ridiculous opera boulle atmosphere blow ont. Washington Post. I'ortvr anil the Public Agree. Commissioner Porter says he will s I would nt Ijfflr wj&im ' 11 -- j er l. I I Post-Dispatc- h. n JESSE " I have quite a numbers,! FARMS for sal ol the Lands in Ltncvta county. verv best H These Farms are all well improet and psMd rich lands, runnm: in sue from j,o to 500 Acres. Considering theis locality, their tichli.ss and fertility of soil the convenience of turnplkv-- and railroads that bring markets riht to our door, they are cheater than tho Lands of any other county l y the State There is scarcely a Farm in the ctxsn-tover miles from a del at. The county is checked with turnpikes mining inescry direction There is not a pubHc road en ti'niiir the counts seat that is u.,t MitcadatsiiasMl. We base the Knuxsille llranch of tho I. A- N II st and the R. dnidini" the county from Kust to C S. R R from North to v,uth; the K C. H I. R O Irom this place to Cincinnati, crossing the C at Winchester, giving full access to the markets ol large we have thii-the whole wtrld. Resides, us that btsur Mill in the county home; gne the a market dceJop and all our gram right at and incntol the mountain regions ol Eastern outKentucky bCiailroads and the Southeastern let onth by railroads has crested such a demand f rail kuidsol cereals and crusindcr that w.can scarcely retain enough lor honieconsuinptlon. The people arc prosperous, generous and kind, Highest ol A Cream of Tarter Baltin? Powder and education. all in Ieaemn; strength -- Latest United States believing in Christianity the county but Thre has a is not a neighborhood in Ooicriiuient rood lleport. and school-housgcod church ROYAL MAKING FOWDER CO, Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln, is a pros105 Wall street, New ori. perous little city ol about a.sooinhab.tautsaild is the great doorway from the Notth and NorthIrom the Northwest to (southeast, east South and ... .!., In, ...a... J anu stanaing as 11 uuti ,,,...........-.---- nine nn&a oin of the undeveloped kmountains of Southeastern - ...i... i..i ..1 .... whoiM ih through region ot the State with railroads runningnaturally all points . of the compass, makes it S,fttt,h it to . ... In .M.1 ......... fill .... ...1 . ... one 01 tne nesi locaicu suwu. My More at Rowland was broken Into on the mannfacturet and other enterprises of msKnttude mgnt 01 me 30m ana gooos 10 inc aiuum u. j Water Works ate now being aeltated and rightto S500 stolen, such asclotMnz hals. shoe, pocket a'joue tne town amraii unnriu."". - 1 will give ft reward knives, razors and jewelry, could be erected Water Works with very return of there of $500 fur the arrest and conviction and Consisting little cost that would supply a city of 150,000 infmind ill th. house rrrJl T. v J . habitants with the purest and best water in the of one ratchet brace, two bits, s euca, one firmer world. Our littlo city has been newly rebuilt in . Inch, the last lew years aim n uu..n- chisel, one Inch, and one firmer chisel, The tools are all old except tho brace. Mences will compare with larger cities ot greater iracesmeii arc ISAAC HAMILTON. ,0 pretensions. Our merchants anu We twe all prosperous and doing well banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that are prosperous aud in a good condition. We have splendid schools. We have a Female College, a large brick building, with over too pu ...... .r.,1 umlpr the nrlr.clDAlRllID ol Prof. J M. Hubbard, is in n nourishing cbndli. tion. We also have a seminary in. 1. .. SCnOOl, with rroi II. r. lltancinaii jsi.s ,l,lnrr. r one or Highest cash market price paid have sectlonoftne Dei 1 uu..s. .......... too . puptls- in the State, with over this . v(sm1 nriiMte schools.. r -- iiuanu ..t.t. attendance, for , you see our school facilities are excellent We have elegant church builnings, representing every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers of lias class talent jnd are doing a better business than any clas. of men in the city. I have tried to make this statement as facts, si without anv exaggeration or w.nnis. who thou wish who know will bear no out, and thoseand locate at lair prices to buy pleasaut homes amonir'agood people with all the best surroundings would do well to call and see mo before pur hasing else her STANFORD. KY. 35 tyr as s royai II. T. REAL ESTATE AGENT Stanford, Ky. transacting business prompt bow with lacllilles ty and liberally than ever before in us long and ited ksnerable career Accounts of corporations, ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully fidusolic- r. J. Fnster, The Directory ol this Rank is tompoicd ot of Stanford; Farcstsis Kwd, Lincoln cssssaty; J.W. llayden, Stantswst; S It llsughmaa, Lincelm, M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernnn: S T. Harris, Lincoln; J.,S. IlsKkcr.Sjaafnrd; G A. Lattey, Llnosln. T P. Iltll.Stanford. W. G. W.Jeh, Stanfsr'd; W.I. Tau, Stanford OFFICERS: J. llsekcr, President; John J, McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKlt.cc, Assistant Cashier POWDER fr Absolutely Pure Farmers Banktfc Trust Co. Is now fully OF STANFORD, KY., organu cd and ica Jy (or business with -- e. Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - - $200,000. 19,000. . $500 REWARD. lUuis-uras- s I ur i he CASH &c, at I .j.... ... SUCCESSOR to Til K LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANrORD, Now closing up) with the same asset, and under the same management, II y provisions of its chatter, depositors arc as fully protected as aie depositors in National Hanks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent ol tho amount of their stock therein at the par salue thercol, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their buisitiess to us while mnagliiK the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we hre tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as n guarantee for prompt attention to same, our tnenty years' experience in banking and as liberal accommodations as ate continent with sound banking. directors; J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon J J. M. Hall, Stanford; J.S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J.Embry, Stanford;! J. E. Lynn, Stanford ; A. W. Carpenter, MllUdgeville; J. K.Uaughman, Hustonville; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch.'.Stanlord, Ky. ,11, Shanks, Piesident. J. 11. Owsley, Cat hi W.M. Bright, Teller. , 93-tyr "... ,,. s. .ik. Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, M. F. ELKIN & CO., -- fat- - sfi,