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May Hunter Sunday In nllanrtiii1 wj Hlit-tav wiiiiu ttinu tfitti .1 .w w.j.jv.. . i... iiuMt; LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. K W. C. Pitirnn, thedruggist, willopen People nre now planting corn rapid- t . .1 up in the new Catching building next " ty.MH voluntary service? Yes. Ken- - " -,- ,rwu "f nu muuiemirg. 8 hnck Hno to McKlnnoy had Monday. 1. Hven tiniler tho bondageof the Rons: A happy pair of lovers paraded the e,",,,oy "" h,c' t Law of Moses, the people were left free )" V J from here on Tuesday streets Wednesday evening and the havi:- to bring their "free will olleringh" to morning. 'Vreen grns9" grew rapidly. God's nllar. As predicted nn immense number of Loudon is not on n boom and not 2. Hvery ordinance of the gospel is tho county people, together with n res- - advertised ns a boomer, and yet she will 10 man a mental and moral na auapieu j ture, so that bin worship iiihv be both pectable number from the surrounding have water works nnd gas within the intelligible and voluntary. When we counties, were present at county court, next 30 days Mrp. Snllie E. Sawyer (Squire) is at obey the Savior in observi ng the Lord's Monday. A writ of forcible entry nnd detainhome from Newcastle attending the bedsupper, that act springs voluntarily out OF11. Brown, against side of her mother, who tins been sick of an enlightened mind and loving er, sued out by John Uarger, was tried before a jury for several weeks. heart. So when we obey Christ in bap- - Forest on the premises, Tuesday, and the damBrother Jack Magee returned Tuestimn with enlightened intelligence and ages were assessed against Harger. day mornig from Connersville, Ind., nnd loving heart, we voluntarily yield our Among the noted men from other this may find bis many friends who bodies to be "buried with Him" be- EASTER. counties here on Monday we noticed W. thought the' had lost him. me yielding wave, thereby sym, neaui P. Tate, of Stanford, K. L. Tanner nnd The First National Bank of London Sermon by Rev. W. L. Williams, at Huston-vllle- bolizing the literal burial and resurrecHen Lane, of McKinney. The everlastwill move into its new quarters in the April 17. 1892. tion of JesiH. Since the prescribed Lewis Withers, Catching building next week. Welcome The first Christians were Jews of the forms of worMhip are all voluntarily per- ing and Ever seen here. We Kingdom of Israel; Abraham was their formed, may not Christian-- , out of pur- of Stanford, with a long train of buggies to the business end of town! was also on hand. They est love, present "free will offerings" of W. H. Jackson & Co. operated their father, Moses their 0. P. Brown, Steve Drye, Jim Goode, new soda fountain for the first time on had a religious history filled with sacred service that will bo equally acceptable? memories anil holy associations reach If not, then the gospel is more severe in Jim Allen nnd another, not recognized, Tuesday and gave free soda water to all, ing back to God's covenant with Abra the boildrtH willed it illltinm'a ti.nti una all of Hustonville, passed through this the writer being one nf those who enjov-e- d morning, en route to Dunnville on a fishit. ham. Now that their religion had been lu ,lW AmI r,Kht hure( ing excursion. As they all have a thirsDr. T. P. Caldwell came in Wednesfulfilled in the personal life, death has greatly suffered at the bauds of, its In this paper, so resurrection of Jesus the Son of God, it frjeml8, 'r)0 vt.ry jeM.jHU Sabbath was ty reputation, it Is supposed that they day with the biggest looking turkey gob-blhad enough of Cale Brown's best on "Child- - U(Ie for I have evereeen He wns killed was but natural these christian A lb,njw anj qt yow 1nn. hands to frequently lubricate their down on Sinking, just n few miles from ren of Israel" should carry very much "whistles" and keep them in good condi- London. ceremonial of Israel and tho Uw of tho The gospel is a provision of God's love From tho amount of bark that has of Moses, over into the Church of for man. God wants to pour into the tion. Your London correspondent has been shipped fiom London in the last Christ. liHiit so much of divine love that he can Thoy had never dreamed that tho see God's love blazing from every star been bragging about four Laurel county few years one would think the supply death o Christ on the cross fullllled the and hear his loving voice in tho songs of men killing 1!) squirrels in one day. was exhausted, and yet bark wagons passover, nor that his resurrection ter- every bird and in the babble of every That may be a remarkable achievement pass the principal streets hourly in the of Laurel, but it isn't day time. minated their Sabbath and introduced a brook and taste the fragrance of his pres- for the Old man William Buntin suffered a new one! Nor that circumcision was ence in tho opening buds of springtime "no whar" in comparison with the squirsevere nccideut Tuesday. He was drivfulfilled and terminated, when they and in all the flowers that bloom along rel hunters of Casey comity. A since County Clerk Geo. A.Prewitt, ing near Hickory Bill Jackson's with were inado new creatures in Christ by our pathway. , W. H. Wilkinson, George Portman and two mules with a load of Ciod -- which is the true when the Spirit of He wants usto gather up the everHas a Complete Stock of Hence, the tlrut Chris- greens and the roses and branches from Deputy Sherifl Logan Sharp went mit the animals shied nnd the wagon was circumcision. 3!) squirrels and pulled up on a name and turned over tians very naturally continued to observe trees and with the bound of music, of tho nud in half a day killed :' : tho rites ami ceremonies of the Old harp and the loud pounding cymbal, and n rabbit. Our mountain "sang diggers" on him. He will probably die. will have to pick their flints and try Holy with everything W. H. Brown had a valuable bird d'Bpensatlon, until the that hath breath, shout dog killed by a passenger train last Spirit gradually led them into the his praise, singing "Hosannah, blessed again. We had a grand day Monday. In wek. People like the editor of the I. J. knowledge, of the whole truth. is lie that cometh in tho name of tho We, ourselves, repeat their mistakes Lord." "Where tho Spirit of tho Lord the first place, we had the McKinney can't understand that any dog can be brass band with us, which made a fine valuable, but the recent term of comwhen we believe and practice the relig- Is there is liberty and not bondage " ious opinions In which we have been do these flowers all mean'' Are display, leaving out their rather dusky mon pleas court hero rendered a verdict What raised without any reference to their they hero like a Christmas tree with Its complexions, inherited, perhaps, from against the L. & N. company in favor of credibility or the evidence of their veri- evergreen and burning tapers and toys, thtdr African ancestors. They were bril- George Knufer and nssessed the damage ty. merely to entertain nud pleae the chil liantly uniformed and executed their nt $50 for killing a bird dog belonging to The large majority ol unrisuans 10 That would be something, but music well for their practice nnd de- him. s dav have accepted very much of their Promptly and in To the Democracy of Laurel County. style. They But if they ported themselves excellently. rolii.loim belief, not from reading or without spiritual larofit. Pursuant to instructions from the won the good will of the people. But on all goods sold, free of charge. Old gold and hearing tho word of God, but from fam- are here to symbolize the changeless the greatest attraction of the day, espe- chnirmnn of the Democratic State Cenblessednefcs of that new life into which ily and social relationships, while silver taken in exchange. cially to the old farmers and horse fan- tral Committee, the democrats of Laurel V claiming such boliefavio be held as Jesus entered when he arose if they ciers, was the exhibition of the blooded county are hereby requested to assemble are here an expressions of our faith and a matter of conscience. horses. It is not the intention of your in mass convention at the or feasts, our hope of the approach of that glad correspondent to tell which was Of all the Jewish festivals the fin- in London, at 2 o'clock p. m., Wednesday when tho bodies of all the sainted the passover was the most important est horse, or which performed the best, day, May the 11, 1S92, for the purpose of shall, like their risen Lord, awake (LATK ALEXANPEK'S HOTEL,' and most conspicuous. When having detd, selecting delegates to tho State convenfrom death's long sleep and arise, as He even if he had sullicient "horse sense" learned the truth concerning Christ, to do so, which lie disclaims, for he has tion nt Louisville, May 2oth, which will into a new ?, .uKisiei"i uuu RENOVATED AND that He became their true panover too good feelings for all the parties to meet to choose delegates to the National first Jow. elornal, then I can read in the crimson when clain upon the cross, the convention at Chicago ou the 21st day of Httcmpt to criticize in a field in which Day. $2.50 lnt ' I "Y P11" of ' ish Christians very naturally sought to ISM. John Pbakl, Ch'n. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Housopening flower buds, the true igui!l- - he is not posted, but only to notice those June, remodel the passover into a festival that W.J. Litton, Sec'y. o the language of Jesus, when he in the ring. There was James P. Crow, LOUISVILLE, KY. unul.1 celebrate the triumph of tho " The number of prominent individuof McKinney, with Belmont Chief, Sul- said as he gazed upon their beauty, that W. R. LOGAN, during the past week l.ns been work of Christ in his resurrection from "Solomon, in all his glory, was not ar- march and Dictator Wilkes; Smith Pow- als here A. W. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. tho dead. As then the passover was an rayed like one of surprising. Look at the list: Editor ell, of Hustonville, with Erricsaon, Jr.; J. these." nunual feaat aud not hebdomadal, the K. Baughmnu, of Hustonville, with Smith, of the Mt. Vernon Signal; Lewis Yes, the gospel call is a call to spiritufirst Chribtians naturally introduced a al freedom, where every Brown Jtuij John Steele Carpenter, of D. Sampson, of the Barbourvillo Herald; yoke is rejectengineerfeast, corresponding to their passover, in ed but the yoke of Christ and "that is Hustonville, with Wallace Denmark, M. E. S. Brey, of the L. &. N. memory of the resurrection of Christ, easy because Christ'H Lexel and Tom Robinsdn. Among our ing corps; Bill Stringer, of Everywhere; burden is light." that would, like the passover, be observ- Here we have large room to grow sym- home horses were George W. Fryo with County Attorney Lily, of Estill county; be ed annually. Hut as there could metrical and round on every side. Love Ingelow; Jesse Brown with Vidette; W. J. P. Marrs, Commonwealth's Attorney plenties! no divine law for the observand son, of Letcher county; Judge W. fulfills the law and proclaims every one T. Wilkinson with Ringold;Osborn ance of such a feast, it became a tjues-tlo- that loves God to bo born of Frank; E S. Fisher, Middleburg, II. Holt, of Frankfort; Hon. Legislator God mid involving much strife us to the with Eagle Denmark; and Fayette Piles Plulpot, of Clay; Attorney C. C. Wiltherefore children of God. of tho year upon which the Chief. Thero wore oth- liams, of Mt. Vernon; Charles E. Faris Tho gospel neither sanctifies nor mvcs with n souls, by physical measurement, so much er horses present from this locality, but and family, of Louisville;Ben Martin, of feast should ho observed. The of time waH finally fixed by n vote of the pardon for so much work, nor upon the not being on exhibition wo failed to get Rowland, and last and beet, Attorney principle of weights measurements, R. Brock, of Williamsburg. Council of Nice in A I). 325, that Kaster either long or short, and or wet dry measure. their names. Most of the harness hors- Charles be that Sunday immcdi Sunday should and for es were trotted ou the track, but some nut inu iMijguuiii oi uou is witlilu vou The Georgetown Times, tells of an C0J)Msts m tho spiritual with rone- - were not. ntfly following th-- 1 Uh of the paschal jiui... If thero had been judges ... . i f r ..!.. Caatorla curvs Colic, Constipation, "Cavat orl Is so well adapfcsl to chlMrn that iii moon, which happens on or urst nuer uitMii oi iiinsi i.. inu soiii and our properly selected, with .umpires, we uwe that diopped two lambs on the 2oth Sour Stomach, PlarrrJa'a. Eructation, I recommend it aa superior to any prescription of February, winch lived and thrived of the works nre but the fruits of the pirit of KUU Worms, ghes tl.p, and promotes dl the vernal equinox -t- he ltth day Chi i.t formed in the soul, the hope of would have reported the results with and are still living. On tho IStti of known to me." II. A. Anctiin, M. D., moon first after the vernal etpiinox. glory. thoir decisions; but in the present htate Without injurious medication. Ill So. Oxford St., BrooVlyn, N. Y. dropped two more Tills decision of the council was acceptBut why call it "Easter" since EaMer of the ease, with opinions somewhat dif- April the same uwo Th CcvriCR Compint, 77 Murray Street, N. Y promed as Una! and authoritative and bos o was the name of the goddess of spring? fering in relation to their special favor- lambs, which are 6till living and Hut since Well, if I hud tho naming of it, I nevise to bo fine, healthy eheep. remained until the present. ites, we let each one present be his own commemorate er would have so named it, but the J. S Bnugnman sold to George T. the day was intended to name "Eiuiter" was bestowed upon it judge in regard to he best performer or Wood, for delivery the 20th of June, Christ, what circum-atauc- e between A. I). nud A. I). the resurrection of l2i mid no the finest horse. his crop of lambent $3 30. Some of our suggested the name "Easter" one can alter it. Uut what is any word, A. C. SINE J. N. MENEFKB farmers are clipping their sheep. Twenbut the sign of an idea" Words are liaSunday? MATRIMONIAL HATTERS. ble to be used as tile sign of a ty cents per pound is the best that has Tho English speaking nations were ferent idea from the tlrst idea very difs attached John W. Kidd nud Miss Emma so far been oll'ered for wool. Frank Looriginally SaxoiiB and like all other to it. So Eister, to all Christian people, And baud at gan bought in Lancaster Monday, for were idolaters. The name of one of bus become to signify "Now is Chrlet Wardlow, were joined heart Henry James', in the East End. Loughridgo, 03,000 lbs. of hemp from tho goddees of risen" from the dead! That is the their gods wis "Kistra," Mr. Thomas Blanford, telegrapher Walker & Hudson, at $4. Peter Gentry This idolatrous meaning of Easter now; as such it may flowers. spring and of properly bo used. nt St. Mary's, nud Miss Fail uie Yowell, delivered Saturday to Dodd, of Wilmore, belief bad so thoroughly permeated the Hut, prcatically, what is the valno of of fat hogs, sold some time of Bradfordsville, went to Louisville a religious nature and habits as to assert the resurrection of Christ to us? ago at 4.30. W. II. Pre wilt lias bought nnd were married. to the new I. It is the pivotal fact o tho gospe'. itself In appropriating a name of fat Bob Logan, a salvation of Aaron S. Ball, aged 3S. and Mrs. of Cant. Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets F. Davis Christian feast, intended to commemo- The Christ be not man depends upon it. risen our faith is vain Fannie Gilvin, n widow of 43, were mar- hogs at 4 cents and of W.Advocate. a car"If of tho resurrection same price. and Verandah Work. load at the rate tho anniversary every mnn living and dead is in his homo near Hubble. of Christ. Nor has Christian intelli- sins." Rut since he line arison, thou ried at the bride's 300. gence and freedom ever beer, sufllcient every child of Adam's race shall arise The bonnie bride tips the beam at Miss B. Brooke Bright Haldemnn, of from tho dead. No future event can bo to eject this relic of idolatry from tho more certain they who have The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. received Covington, a relative of the Louisville nage of our Holy Nible. until tho trans Christ shall all arise at his cominc? b Haldemans, wa9 married Monday to - - Office lators of our latest revised version trans caught up in the air to meet him "come word "paska" passover, as it Lord Jesus, come quickly." Is not that F. A. Bensbery, of St. Louis. Miss lated the Hnldeuian is pleasantly remembered by always ought to have been douo beforo. a precious faith? enemy is Death and that our young people, who visited her Tho last The sin of the translators of our com- must anil shall be destroyed. while n guest of the Mifses Buchnnnn, at version, consists in translating tho mon o'f God remains As Crab Orchard. "Easter," when they lockedlong as one child up in the embrace of Death, Greek "paska," know it meant "pnsscver" and nothing Bleeping in the grave, Urn reign of satan IWnUOjiMlM'.! Tbo safe in W. J. Ballard's store, in e will not bo destroyed. Christ is not yet may often Large and Fresh Stock of else. Our prejudices blown open Saturday Brynntsvllle, was tho pervert tho jWonl of God satisfied with He is achievementa of his us to guarding with watch- ninbt nnd robbed of over $300 in cbecks resurrection. .knowingly! ful eve and loving heart nnd nl mighty nnd cash, two nold watches aud $3,000 for arm the grave of overv saint. Nor will Since then thero is no divine law worth of notes. After robbing tho safe of "Easter" Sunday, He abandon tho seat Ho fills unthe observance great Easter Suuday shall the, burglars broke into Bryant's livery obsorvo til tho world's may Christians, with propriety, dawn. Then lie will ordor ono of stable and procured a horse nud bujrey to Onion Sets, Beans, Peas, &c, in bulk. All kinds of package seeds; ordinance of the church. mighty angels to fly up nnd gather Ilis H? Not as an up carry tbeua to Burgin. There were two Christmas. The his also Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks, Shovels, Picks, Grub Hoes and It stands on a level with past, has agreed up trumpet and with its sound, wake men iu the neighborhood, Saturday, every Bleeping saint in earth and Mattocks. fruit-tre' church In tho dark ages sea then thoy shall arise as Christ passing themselves off as com-.!Highest of A Cream of Tarler Haling Powder observe certain days annually in to Collars, Hames, Collar Pads, Trace Chains, Bridles, Halters, &c. arose and with bodies like bis own step agents, and an umbrella found near tho nil iu leavening strength Latest United State! w t.irth nnd of the res- - forth from satan'a prison of Death to Bcone of the robbery was identified as Uofcrnmeut Food Keport. oi ii.n " . meinoraiioH decision has moet their Lor.l nil ilriiu.ifh tti. : having been carded by one of the agents ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., ...mMlnn of Christ-th- eir 106 Wall street, New York, during the day. into the very warp and glory forever. Hallelujah! been woven .ntifi. II. I ! - SEVERANCE & SON - t i , , lingers THE LARGEST STOCK -- ti Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets, &c, M lluent-tongue- law-giv- er "' te Have not Time or Space to Give Particulars ei j k't COME -ZCsTID -A- SEE. W.B.ScRDBERTS, few-day- s Druggist and Jeweler, tan-bark- Tec-lame- nt DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, WALL PAPER, Jewelry & Silverware. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired first-clas- dn? A t oft-time- s court-hous- e mm ". THOROUGHLY wiixa IB IMPROVED. e, " Rates Per Manager. i3 i ;i t a Port-man- 's n ...ll V IV i i Mes-eng- er M ipie.-tio- -- Infants Children. pif-tto- 1 Gen-tilt- SINE & MENEFEE, WIRE A1TD SX.AT , I SSSS. DOORS KED BLINDS, 1 1 car-loa- d car-lo- ad rpyal WOVE1T FBITOB. and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. JUST RECEIVED. inllu-enc- AKiWJ to-d- ay POWDER GARDEN SEED F ARRIS & ; Absolutely Pure e .. Wi c . J K&RDXtf. Mi ', 'I TT r- V"H JfW Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal HARRISON'S ed POLITICAL JOBBERY. Dudley. LOGIC, NOT THEORY. WHY MR. BRYAN'S TARIFF REFORM SPEECH COMMANDED ATTENTION. Theltewanl of JuilpoAVotxl. Who Shield "lllocka-of-Flrc- " A Specialist with a State Reputation for Curing Obscure Chronic Diseases. fit ft who shielded Dudley in tho nefarious blocks-of-fivpolitical game of 15$3, has 's received his reward. President IIb 3Ii.de No Cnitrcaaloii to Protection, issssssssssssssff- is c. npiwintment of this man to bo A aLssssHV'V' . . anil WiinAliovc Ilcnortlugr to lliiiieuiiibx. circuit justice has been continued by tho Although a New Member Ills Time Was senate. But the confirmation was of n The Queen and Crescent Route Kt ended from Olio Hour to Three. character to seal the president's action rntea on Will sell tickets at reduced W. J. Bryan, the ablo young repreViSuStUESSSSSSSSSSSBHSSSSS with tho stamp of infamous political 'HBSVs7ftMVSWrtr3B& of the following occasions: 4M!KCCBM,1,J-'sjobbery. He had the debt to pay, and sentative of the Nebraska Democracy, Forty-fiftAnnual Conclave of tho hesitating long he at length met tho ob- succeeded in gaining and holding tho attention of tho house on the tariff quesGrand Commandery of Knighta Templar ligation. But when it anno to tho i tion for three hours. The timo allotted wo note with pleasure the unmistakof Kentucky, at Covington May 2 und 3. HsskSssssssssssV!' tat, Kentucky State Medical Society, at able ovidenco that n few a very few, to to him was one hour, but when that had bo sure of the Republicans of that body expired Republicans and Democrats May Louisville of honor that would joined in urging him to proceed, ami entertained a Annual Meeting Loyal Legion, Cincin- not bend, even lieforc the ignoble impor even after ho had consumed thrice his ie snfrsssssi '" sMJMB nati 0., May 4. allotted hour they shouted to him to go tunities of tho aumiuifitnition. I'nn, Supremo Lodijo Knights of Honor, at Ilarrisou was iu a tight place. A fail- on. This was tho more remnrkable ure of tho senate to coniinn his appoint- from tho fact that Mr. Bryan is a new Charleston. S. 0., May Lebanon, ment would compromise him hopelessly. member, nnd his speech of Wednesday State Encampment G. A. R., 1HK. NtRVC frj r, BHallJ , Something must lc done. Tho matter was his first on tho floor of tho house. April So far as one can judgo from tho was accordingly mado a strict party Kentucky Association, Spring Meet- measure, tho Democrats opiKwing to a bnef rcriort of his speech, Mr. Brynn ing, Lexington, April SO to May 10. man, and Peffcr voted with them. Nor commanded attention not only because Hr. K C Wei A. M. E. Church Geneial Conference did tho administration give a full party he Is a pleasing and eloquent shaker, r llytria, Dirtincts.rits Ncuralcia. J. APPLEMAN, M. D., aspeiifiibe,f NeriousN'reand Drain Treatment, n Heads, vote, several senators absenting them- but also because ho took a radically nt Philadelphia, Ta., May l'r.otrallun imod b) alionof or tobacco, Vakelulnes,Mental Drpresifon, Women's Board of Foreign Missions selves, not willing to oppose, but unablo right iosition on tho tariff question ii THi: CELEI1RATED ol llrim catitln insanity, misery, decay, LOUHVILIC 4 NASHVIILC R, R. I'remalure Old Ace. llarrenntt. Ijatt vi of the Cumberland Preebyterian Church to support tho measure undertaken by Iosition which could bo defended with 1 r in either set, Impotemy, Lucorrhira and consistency nnd irresistible , logic. He National Assembly, Independence, Mo., tho president. male lakneoes. Invo untarv I.osnes. Sner- Is the line for ou, as its Where have wo elso such a spectacle? succeeded because ho was master of liN matf.rrhoi nf hnin.Si.lf May A month's Abute, Fcrtu t I'toteiit r of Pr take et.Medicine, treatment Atlanta, Apr. On what pago of onr nation's political subject and scorned to stultify himself b mail Congress, at Scotch-Irisguarantee six boxes to it, six lor $5 Older for Weboxes history is to bo found n blot like this? by addressing stuff to Buncombe county cure Kach with J5 six send Make close connections at Electrical Medical Collogo, written iniarantte to refund it not curedwillGuar 2S. A base and shameless plot for political that was inconsistent with sound antees txued inly by A Ii Penny, Drucetsl and LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI CANAHA, and return on account prestige iu a campaign is not nlono TORONTO, To New Orleans sole scent, Stanf.rd Ky v7 or For all points Meeting of the Ancient winked nt by the man who owes in part It does, not appear that Mr. Brvan of the N""w Kxarrin nj I'hjiki.-vof the THROUGH TICKETS SOLI). of Hibernians, May 10, nt reduced his victory to it, but that samo outrage mado any concession to protectionism Order IlACiGAGK CIIECKKD THROUGH Southern Medical Institute, figures afresh at tho opening of a new by saying tliat grand larceny was wrong rates For any information taquire of "that robbery campaign, and we. the American people, and petty larceny right, or LOC1SVILLK, KY. r I.. CLIrrOKIl, Agent. This is tho only line running as a chief purpose, was inOr Stanford, Ky. n Cincinnati to New Or- nro treated to the inspiring spectacle jurious to tho victim, wrong nnd trains from W. W PENN. Trav Pass Airent. Tuesof our nation's chief executive stooping whilo incidental Junction C ty, K leans 91 miles shortest and quickest. from his high place and, potent through robbery was right and beneficial to tho May 24, victim. It docs not appear that ho tolOnly 27 hours from Cincinnati to his proud position, rewarding with hon.TAKE THE only, Trains run via Lexington, ors tho in:ui who shielded this cowardly erated in tlai least tho false pretense of Fiom? in to f p. m.. cue day the yeartetutnmp etery four weeks liuiin; and McKinley sophists that "protection" the crime. Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain Dr. Applemanis a craduatrcf Helletie ManuA grand picture this tho principles of is for tho benefit of labor, nnd that "proMILEi r le. tective" ta.cs equal to an unknown dif- al MedUul Collece, N'tw Yirk City, and the has A,.. po Canada, lie i .TksO carrying officers and mem- political party inverted, tho American trlcul MedicslColleRe.Toronto, The train ji.ev !.'33fc!riir the diieasts he presidency prostituted to ignoblo trick-en- . ference in wages aro necessary for tho made a special itudv til Charity Hospital treated in ''anb v?. lor sev vna w. iti i . r m; ,, jsi bers of the Order will leave Cincinnati Tin- - chui has had no jKirallol sinco defense of tho workman nnd the indus the cteat llellewit and M and recocnuesrusutcrior in tlisgnoMtiK , era! ytirs ii Usy.gelXA?UV C?lel tVltlt,!ivAttAITCHICA to Hi (p- 11:30 a. M. Sunday, May S. arriving at the appointment of at and trvatmir Chrome Dlieasrs He dectes all Wauamakor to a tries of the country. zmm nervous chroni" his tline lo the treatment New OrleanB next day at 2:50 r. m. Regarding this false pretense he diseaiesoflothseves andofhis skill as and expert in , cabinet portfolio in consideration of his ls5 an call on ticket raising a For further information fund of 100,000 for quoted tho btatement inado by tho high tins cl's tf rates is ell established Treats sue. FA.IR Tuenty rrllenhe b'.ortest to .. ..I.I.S'LTO.. agents or address D. Gi Edward", G. P. tho Republican part v. Columbus (O.) tariff champion, Henry Clay, fifty years ce slully, and ago, that it coats tho samo to manufacPost. A., Cincinnati, O. Curos ture n yard of flannel in this country Kuumi's Kefrcvhllii; Candor. Acme- and Chronic Catarrh, UtnKlnc. in r'ars BENEFITOF THE PEOPLE. FOR THE that it did in England. He also uuotod Chicago, Michigan lint. I)el.us, Diseases of he, har. Noso, Ihteal, St. I.oui., If thero wero no other evidence. Pen nd. ... HulUlo Cleveland. Detroit, a $5.50 One sion Commissioner Itaum's own testi- tho statement mado by Mr. Blaine iu 1SS1 Lvn.. Ki.rey L'rinarr and Illadder trmiblcs The Monon Route Makes iLdiinipohs and the West, Hnsht's Diee rii.Peies, Diprpl, in an official report to congress that a England, Nc Canada, Ktieamausm aud Taralystt, Kpilnsyor mony before tho investigating commit- the difference in wages in Way and $11 Round Trip Rate From this country poitiely cured. tee would abundantly establish tho and in England in tho cotton manufac- Fitsowpvr r middle aed naen sutTerlnir Trore bper- - New Louisville to Chicago. charge m maiorrnea, Impotcncy, Eruption, the results of Philadelphia Baltimore, With tho usual liberality for which jiension that his administration of tho turing industry was more than comicn errors or ex. cm should call bctote It i too lute Waihiugloti. otlico has been scandalously sated by the greater efficiency Ouitkast tiwa loltairodihurg, Frankfort, Ky ofa cur if case has not ,jone 10a far u'e truranie and the Monon Route is renowned, they KkMiKpnti, ViMilNIA Shorfst and partisan and something worse. Ho open- longer hours of lnbor of American the SiiperAo us hair irtl all etuptoeis of list lace (Quickest line lo permanently removed fer tho public a rate of So 50 one way and ly proclaims that ho works the patronHe also quoted J. B. Sargent, Fie,.t aswl st Vrstiosilocl MasTet Sterpinz Cars Sll round trip from Louisvijleto Chicago. age ami the functionaries of tho tho head of the greatest shelf hardware ISlood DIscar.es. KVT and ParksrCars an all trmna. tIipbw mica entitle naspengers to first- - bureau "for all they aro worth" in polor ears, No manufacturing concern in the country, accosiso4alsoni. aakk. Scrofula, Siritture, Gleet, eti., As SOLID Vi:TIIH I VD 1 MAINS thro' wlih eat time and law st ralrr. class passage and give them tho privi- itics, and, with a pleasing contempt for who was once a protectionist, ns saying cured .Sphi'i, failmc remevtes IlitmliinVtam, MeriC or UfiHtannem asVstts nrer out thanije via Chattan cga, Mr. Harrison's pretenses of regard for patnlul route DucifCiul lege of the elegant Pullman Vestibuled that while wages aro higher in "this Mentttuation women, suth s I.wucotrhca, bearing ian making direct costieions poinls inlor Kbfts IAS. MARKLK. G P. A. ChMac. Disp'a emeri ol Womb, Ihe civil sorvico refonn methods, proclaims country than in Europe ville, Atheville, Lvnchbureaod U' O CRUSH, D. P A . LswMviUc. the actual la- tb n ram in back. inevea in snort iisar. Sleepers, the superb Pullman Palace his own dofianco of them in the choico an nis lotiaoie immraoin The BufM Chair Cars and the latest improv-Hig- h of subordinates for work. If Mr. Har- bor cost of manufacturing hardware is ,A .. Doti.r carrH-- lo examine ihe acl obsctsre not greater in this country, and that medical rs ereeisred .aes Seat Coaches, which rison had a wise regard Back, Plush and sjrjical for his own ix under free trade he could pay tho snina He unrferakes nu ii.- urab'.e dieaiei but cures At Chattanooga for AiUnU, Columbus, Wdmitir Cumberland Cap.fi Louisrill. are used only bv this line. The entire litical interests ho would havo rid f wages apd compete successfully against hniiilitdi slvn up todi. ton, Charlattoti, Augusta, Macon, Savannak, Ilrunsvirk, Lake City.Triouusville and FJ.OllI of Ilanm many mouths ago. New Europer.it manufacturers in tho trains, leaving Louisville daily at 7:30 K. DA points. markets CONSULTATION FREE Tho onlv line ruMBincsalidVettibeled trains with Dr.uMe Daily Scl.rdule, a. m , and 7:40 p. m., run through solid York World. of tho world. Thus, by tho testimony In EHect Decemher so. Pallsnae IsrudHr or Palace Sltepmi; Cars 10 Si Addust A rd Confidential. from Louisville to Chicago without ifi. of tho great lights of the high tariff Augustine without chaage lor any ilats of pas. A AVenk Dependence such good acM D , baggage sergets or "FornnTOTTNTiT party, Mr. Bryan exposed tho falsoness change. No line oilers i S. APPLEMAN. Sclma and Nlontgomery, Hunttvtlle, Decatur Senator Culloin has l.ve I.oultvitle Louisville, Ky. Isjpm commodations; no line gives as low rates what ho believed was withdrawn from of tho pretense that tariff taxes aro jan Florence. Memphis and AllKANSAb points Stanford tho presidential necessary to compensate tho laborer i if a m Mo Shorltt and uuickeil lo Aonislun, aelrna. OR- Arr. Mlddlesbnto in time than tho Monon. Now race, with a recommendation in favor of or quicker j a4 am oile. Ducct connections made at NKW Le. Middlesbero.... . . s M p in 7 so aih America for differences in wages and to LEANS without omnibus transfer for GaJveslao Arr. Cumberland Gap. . is your chance to get a cheap trip to tho President Harrison. But as tho senator nspn ; jiam Houiton, Austin, tho American staudard of " Hamilton Sprii 7 was not really in tho race, notwithstand- maintain World's Fair City by the best line, " Arthur wages. t 4 pm Him " Pwe4l Riser. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. 7 P further particulars ca)l on or write to ing his views on that ixrint, Ids withTCtam Mr. Bryan seems to havo planted him" Taiewell itipm III1M " Istje Mountain. M.. The only through line to lackson and Vickiburg, W. G. Crush, Dist. Pass. Agent, Louis drawal leaves no gap and his recom- self on solid ground from tho first, and JJJpm I U a sn making direct eonnrctloBi La., mendation is not of great potency. If to Clinch I Jllpm 4 41 am Vihalb Lands and Town Property, Miss. , Shretecrttralisler lor Dallas. Fort Worth. " Oakman River. to tho last, leaving ville, Ky. w.thouiomml.u tam Jlr. Harrison proposes to baso his claim no havo staid therohis defenses through I japm Austin San Antoma, Kl Pavo and pointsin Washburn weak spots in a m 4 ii pm Pmler Springs .. ... 4 rpm oo this Summer. If you to tho nomination on tho fact that Cul- which tho McKinleyites could make Whereto jam ' Lmirell... w.!ur7wS'"Ac(,.,puin,.n-.,.eai,.- t pm 4a m TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. loin has swung over to him, wo greatly contemplate taking a trip this summer " Corryton wade ii a nt AS' pin V fear his titlo is defective. Now York breaches. No doubt that is one reason MaUlietvlllc Pjltie Terrill. Ac , Defendants For through rates correct county rr.aps and In j oj p m itsum why ho commanded such close atten ' remember that the most delightful place Commercial Advertiser. Ikverly S pm.iolla m ju.lgmentof the Garrard Clrmit mlormatl'ii call on Agent at Junction City, Ky Pvirtue.ifn ' K .V 0 Junction . tion. The man who is radically right C.i.ut at lis lehruary J S LEITH. thealetvl.-.- l or address SSi pm in America is Old Point Comfort, Ya. " Kwosville.. Clty,Ky Trav Pais At . jj piniioaefa m and who dares to accept tho conclusions suit, will n the iChesapeake On Tuesday, July 20th, "Hamlet" with lliiniltt Left Out. D MIILrK, D G F.DWARDS. NOHTil IIOfNlT ( P .VT. A , will run its annual exIn tho siimo breath wherewith General necessarily following from his right IrathcVanfr . Knosvilln & Ohio Railway Juno 15, IS92, I y a in J45P Clni)r.nn Arr JC. .V O Junction s Alger declares ....i 848am IsjpDI himself a candidate for premises always commands attention to cursion from Lexington and the " llevetly , Mf ., I 59 a in and respect. Mr. Bryan may bo criti- At . o'clock i. t 'heUH,l, it p m f " MaWneyville. t bidder nt public outcry at ine wie n'"" Kegion. A trip to Old Toint will the Republican nomination for tho presi- cised for supporting a bill which pro...' 914am 631 p m " Corryton ... g a m dency ho rules himself out Ho says ho " Lutirell C06t you lees than to any other place on will . 940 a m t pp m m not open his barrel at Minneapolis. vides protection for a class of manufac" Pnviler Springs low rates made 915m 7 it p m account of tho extremely " Washburn brick Not open his barrel, forsooth! Ho might turers, but ho can reply 'that it is not in....10 tea m 7 p m ,..... Jj a m 7 45 V in liikmm by tho Hygeia Hotel and the railway as well not havo opened his mouth. consistent for n hungry man to accept a h?X:"Vh'm,,fu,.dlnSi and splendid In. 'HLUK GlUJii! UOI'TK. Clinch Rlier . . .. 10 3c, a m an allium parties taking advantage of Without his barrel his relevancy to tho slice of bread when ho can get no more, pnivemenisoi contain 156 Acre. " Lone Mountain.. company to 1047 a I ract No. rjtpm Tho ShortoBt nnd Qulckoat Routo from "and that it would bo foolish for him to " lasewdl .. 11 main lupm this excursion. Full particulars will bo nomination would bo a myth, a mist, a reject tho slice because ho couldn't get ThMi.alDilI,Vrt".ffer,I iep.ra.ely Central Koiuuckv to nllpolntr) North " Powell Itiver .. .,11 6 a m t 36 p m " Arthur 11 40 a m a 48 p m Fas Eiiat, Wont and South-Wonadvertised shortly. Chas. L. Brown, G. mizzle, a Michigan nightmare Phila- tho wholo loaf. Or, when a workman a.Mthena "hole und the bid or I.UW accepted ' llaaslltan .... 11 4 J a m 854pm delphia Record. Lino " ""."."! Gap... the ilirr'aarihre Kv : f..Wn.ln nntl. botweon Lexington nnd Ctncln " Cxmherlamibprlngs P. A. cannot collect all tho wages duo him it ill Jjam 8j7p m Mlddlesbero i.o ... lis 15 n n COUIltVi i - It p is better to accept a part than to go ... 1.. k I. L. villi. Mndi.xmupon rstlch there io. THROUGH TRAlNSCINClNS'An TO MID Lve. MiddlesUiio Is a Ilobbl.ig 1'otcr to Pay Paul. 9 i V tn Tucson, Arizonp, cotitalUnj iV, Acre, I James Gwynn, of Air. Stanfanl .:,;. :Tij V..,:.n. " soimhouvi JF.LLICO IS a m According to the gleeful organs tho hungry. Chicago Herald. " Iuisvllle. .. ; 03 a ui severed his jugular vein, when he found McKinley law has turned SCHECDLE IN EFFECT NOV. ij, iSoi. PrLd N "'a cim.i'wta Acre, upon which ,hm Is Old World Far any Information as to routes, rales, etc.. apTho Ci:ir 3Iy Go us a Guest. that his wife had given birth to a sextet workingmen out to starve. Wo must 1 lr..M twitekt(ir hoiiH No. I. No. s ply ta Reed is rejiortod to bo ennt No 1 contain 3 Acre 6 ol of babies. bo seudiug them flonr and groin to avert W. A. II LY, Acting Oen'l Pass Act , will te made on a credit Ki. Sun. iKi. Sun Daily. 0 the occupation of sotting up T.mv Th talu purchavr Mng Knoxvilleleon. It would socin gaged infor sending himself ns a dele- .1.5.. months, therprov purity. re,uireo to th. 24 the dreadful calamity. lAabe 8 io am 35 J. L. Row, 04, and Ollie White, with lea put oi Pm l.ve Cincinnati quite as well for all concerned if theso tho pins p n r...-- , r. halnt: the force aim uneci l.ve Covinfion, 8 i ......niMiiiiit am loi pn . ...uni whlrh (I ecutlon may eloped Iniu Bowling Green. It ii the workingmen wero ablo to buy onr farm- gate to tho Republican national conven- ', J5 P m 9 U a m' 9 16 p m Lve Falmouth.. tion. Mr. Blaine's admirers still insist II 13 a m io sj p m 6 io p n fifth venture. Arr Pans. groom's ers' grain. Tho policy of starving one's 7 oo p rr II IO p m ii oo p m Arr Lexington customers is not a largo and wiso on- e- that Mr. Reed shall remain at home. (I IJ 1 B Paris 5 a Refreshing Retreats. Perhaps a comproiniso might bo arranged ,.. n..rrlt... muliev K. A "lV' 6 js f io '. I7vc Winchester.- - iia lo p m, ,. Toledo Bee. i m Arr Garrard Clrcut Court. '.MaMirCorn'r Summer days are fast approaching and now is so as to allow Mr. Rood to go as a guest. i 3$ p m,., Arr Richmond.. and excursionists, the time that 4 4J P m No Inspiration In That Gonfalon. Arr Lancaster. That seems to bo the popular caper tills sportsmen should figure out a route for their sumArr Stanford.. .. ; io p m.. mer vacation. In doing so, the delightfully cool The Brooklyn Standard-Unio- n (ClevapeaVc Ohio Iloule. is tho year. Boston Ilerald. hmond , 35 p in summer and fishing resorts located along the 3 oj p m r.2ton.. Central Lines come vividly to iew, amonir only newspaper in the land to adopt r Philadelphia Cunilliluti'S In a rickwlckliui Senivo. Arr Mtddlcstioro 7 35 p m which are Fox Lake, III , Lake Villa, III., Muck, Grandfather's Hat as a campaign symor wanago, Waukesha, Cedar Lake, Neeiuh, Waupa-.No. . No. 4. No. 6. Alger says ho cannot withilraw Baltimore, Now York, ilr. vihr.1,1. and Ashland. Wis. Wlscou- bol. It carries tho hat at its masthead Old Point and the Seashore and all Eastern Cities mi has within tho last five years become the center and it must bo said that, as a gonfalon, from tho contest for tho presidential Y.x. Sun. Ex. Sun. Dally. of attraction lor more pleasure Mixers nunienatm it is neither picturesque nor potent. nomination without "shirking his dnty." IN EFFECT NOV. ij, .Si. 6 fi.hprmen than anv other Mate In the Uulon and LllS. uoZ 1. 38 a m Well, tho withdrawing will bo dono as A. Assignee fur the lienefi, privately a l racio. the New York Advertiser. a each visit increases the desire to again ij a m I otter for sale Kichond A r ast LTmTt'dfAccom. Acco. 41 tn charming landscapes, breathe the balum fragrance tv painlessly as possiblo in tho convention. Mat. Philips, EAST HOL'ND.'Mall Land in Lincoln county, Ex Daily Daily that is a part 01 the invigorating utiuosphere, wan. 7 00 a m Le Stanford AVorklnu Upward. 0 3 Blair, too, means to hold on to his lightDally Dally, Ex. SJu. Kx?u through the colonnades of stately pines and der Lve Lancaster 7 jo a m And so Princo Russell B. Harrison has ning rod till tho storm is over. New hook the speckled beauties with a hand made fly. Lve Lexington.. a 6 00 p II 40 Richmond.. 10 .5 a m Arr 5 jo p For pamphlets containing valuable information, been fonnally admitted into tho press York World. " Winchester 30 'J a 6 4S P l I o I 7 oop well watered Lve Richmond,... is 41 p m 6 03 a m" T. S. PATTY, D. I'. A., ..etc., apply to Mt. Sterling... . S 34 a 7 This Farm Is well itrprce.l and an.l Arr Winchester. " Daily. 7 35 P 35 P m Cnattanooga, lenn. gallery in Washington. This illustrates JS a ml' ....... ...... or ThecUellinjf hu.e t. commodious 1 Arr Paris 7 p m 7 45 a m '1. Won. Arr Ashland JAS. C POND, General Pasneuger and Ticket what intelligence, perseverance and inan In 10 p to 07 n 8 40 ( au.cept.ble of ... w.y A l'olblo Claim Disponed Of. 1U..HB " Agent, Chicago, 111. . 38 p .niii.ininr mi acres, on i ve i,txiUBton .. 100 pin 7 00 a m 3 45 P m sj p 8 39 ., dustry will accomplish for a young man Really and truly, Mr. McKinley did " Catletl.bure.i2 30 j to 47 p 9 30 a Lve Paris . Huntington. . is 37 P m 7 53 a mi 4 5 V 10 Lve Falmouth., For a number of years I have lecn subject to vio- in this land of tho freo. Boston Herald. not cause the enormous crops of tho past 165 acres, on wntcn me impniiiiv 4 01 p in 9 II SsStfi'iFjeP.- -l '3S all 10 p 3 a mi 5 30 P m Arr Covington lent attacks of inflammatory rheumatism, which 5 35 P rn 10 34 a ml 6 37 p in So p miaucipnia. io 47 a Mr. McKinley would bo the Bod I alo offer fur sale tho Eeason. Arr Cincinnati generally lasted about two months. On the first 45 P in 11 00 a ml 6 45 P m Arr New York., 30 p lo p of this month I was attacked in tho knee and sufWhence and Whither. last man to do anytning to provo that Un llranch, No 10. leaves Paris ai Brick House and Lot in Lancaster 1 55. ihe.Maysville 11, at 6 ij, p m, arriving at WEST HOUND fered severely for two days, when I procured a m .and No. Camplwll, of Ohio, now thero is not a homo market for the Daily. bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Halm and it relieved McRoberts as a drug More, Maysvitleat 10 10, a m, and 830. p m. No. me almost instantly. I therefore molt cheerfully speakiuy in Rhode lalaml, says ho would American farmer. Louisville Courier-Journa- Now occupied by II E. and leaves Mayswllc at j 10 a m, arriving at Paris at L Huntington.. 6 00 6 45 recommend it to those who are similarly atllicted like to know whero tho money that beat 35 No, leaves Maysville at 130 and 7 40, am Catlcttsturg 6 13 K. D. Whitley, Marttndale, N. C, e ery where. 54 7 14 arrives at Paris at 4 Two Vacant Lots in Same Block, daily except Sunday. 10, p m. These trains are 6 37 A.hland a 03 Feb. .8$8. Mr. Whitley Is a ery prominent man him came from. A question of eqnal inl 7 They Ought to Ho WlUi drawn. Ex Su.l in this place and his disease was very widely terest to all good citizens is whero it No idally tonll points except Rowland Dlvli. Ml. oicrung known, as he suffered such severe pain. W, i. 10 37 On which the So3 6 23 a SJ Senator Cullom has withdrawn from Kion ol the houses were 'ft",'dn,e' ion, which, is daily except Sunday, , iiicncsicr.M II 13 vacant lo s Houiton & Co.. merchants. Martindale, N. C. Soc went to. St. Louis Republic m'dYUt. No runs daily SS 7 15 a tho presidential race, but his pictures compliance with terms of sale. Tn'.Vri1'",",?,!! Except a Sundays: from Lexington to Cincinnati. iir Licxingiun .... la OS 6 bottles forsaleby Dr M. L. Uournc, Druggist and 8 05 a 45 " Louisville... .. 3 i ihlsjenr.lmt the purchanr 9 jo upucian, aiauiutu, rwy. aro still appearing iu tho nowspapers. ed 7 40 1150a No, runs daily "It In Not tho Coist," Ktc :.i. 'L'incX&.rVSrm UI be No 4 runs daily from all stations except the Mr. Harrisou should look with len- Tho pictures aro really what tho senator '"rlron":? Rowland Division, which is daily except Sunday. iency ou tho man who wears a cheap should withdraw. Now York Adver- 8 ralnder Inual No, 6 daily except Sunday. Limited Vestibuled Trains run daily in connec No s daily betwt-emonths, bearing 6 percent Cincinnati and Lexington lion with Chesapeake A Ohio "F. K. V." to New Installmit.ts of 6 and la coat. Many a man's wages havo been tiser. Except Sundays. negotiable. ork. interest and TOien Bab7 was sick, wo gave her Castorla. & gAU FLEY reduced fiinco Mr. McKiuley's bill beNo 16 Paris and Lexington Accommodation daiFait Mail Trains run dally and make local A Dungurous Combination. Lexington and Huntington. barrels of CORN, two stacl-- of ly. Leaves Lexington 10 00 a. m. Arrives Paris came a law. Louisville Conner-JournaWhen she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. Also about If Tom Piatt and Jerry Rusk are HAY and 34 S'HOATS for sale privately. .1 in. lo'43 Huntington and Morehead Accommodations No. 7 Falmouth Accommodation; leaves Cincin- run dally. When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla. , against the administration, tho adminis-U-atio- n nati 5:15 p m. Arrives Falmouth 7 oj p m daily Lexington and Morihead and Lexington and Castorla, has something to fear. Tom and When she had Children, she gave them except Sunday, An Involuntary Retirement. Mt. hlerlitig Accommodations run daily except No. 8 Leaves Falmouth 6 00 a tn. Arrives Cin Sunday Senator Cullom says "ho has not with- Jerry can iloor ttio opposition if thoy got cinnati 7 55, a m dally except Sunday, Through Sleeping Cars to and from Wa.hington No. and 3 make connections drawn from tho presidential raco." Tho ou the insido of it. St. Louis Republic. t Wiinchester for and New York without change. points on the N. N. .V M. V. R'y, . D race it was that withdrew. Columbus No. t carries through cars from Cincinnatito regard l'ron. Ocean to Ocean. (O.)Post. Middle. borough and Cumberland Gap and all in- Acror full information in of this or to rates, routes. , apply to any agent The promptness and certa'nty of Itscuies have councctmc lines Extremes meetr tho Democrats liavo Keuudy famous. It is ItiJs will be received until noon on May 3, i8oj, termediate stations and runs daily. or to v.oui;ii wale Chaiubt rutin's for coughs colds, croup and ensultia jear, S. R KNOTT, Why Harrison Is So llelllcosc. C. P.ATMORE, for Ilzhtinir the Mrtct lamps for the Urmlnato the E. HUNTINGTON, - tended especially II. carried Portland, in Maine, nnd Seattlo, C. L. I1ROWN. to reserving Trafhc Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt. V. P. and G. M., whooping cough and Is the most effectal remedy G, P. A., If Mr. Harrison can get up n war ho in Washington, both Republican cities, t,he I Suncll any tlmr. the right General office, Louisville, Ky. contract at Lexington, Ky. known fit these disease. aj and 50 cent bottles thinks he will bo ablo to get VANDEVi:EU Ma.or. all tho del- by satisfactory-majoritieS. F.B. MORSE, Gtn'l Pass'g'r Agt.. Philadelphia L. Uourne, Druggist and OptiG. W. BARNEY, W. S. HARRISON. for sale by Dr. M. 16 ' G. L PENNY, Cleric. Office Chamber oi Commerce Huilding, Cincinnati G. M., Lexington, Ky. T, P.A.,AshIandiKy egates. Atlanta Constitution. " cian, fctanford, Ky. Record. o Stanford, Ky., . ArniL 29. 1892 Jndgo Woods, of Indiana, tho tnnn lTnr-rison- walton, bus. Manager I ssssHRukf.' VSSSL 4 1 1 h son-nt- o Swre$?gMask 4-- 0. ioSHI We will pay the nboe reward for any cateof Liver Complaint, I)tpepl.i, hick Headache, Indigestion, l otitilpailoti or Cotivenct we can not Schedule December f, 1891 cure "Ith West s gf table Liver Tills, when the directlout ate strictlv compiled with. They ate purely teyctablo and never fail to give sattalsc-tioLKAVK NORTON DAIL.V Sugar coated. Large boxes, containing 30 pills, itc Deuare of counterfeits and imitations. f 4) u m far Graham, Illueflcld and intermediate nc untiiinp niaiiuuciuiri' unit uy . 11c unu ., West Co., Chicago,!!! For sale by A K Ten- 15 p m lor Illuefield, Iladlord, Koanoke, and ) r Lxiuhhurir. Klchmond and Noilolk. Also (via Koanoke) for Washington, llaicersten, Harris-burPhiladelphia and New York. Pullman bleeping Cars Irom Loui'tillo to Norfolk la Norton and Kadfonl; also Kadlord to D New York, via Shenandoah Junction, also Had. lord I Washington; also from Ly nchbure to Klcli. monu "rains tor Pocahontas. Powhatan and (load. will Ic.ne llltirfield iimly at ; 5 a m and is p in A new and Complete treatment, cttntistltiff M 6 vi p in, 10 pm supposiinrica, O ntP.tnt In Capsules, aim in box Irmn the Kast daily at. Trains amve at N'ortuii nnd pill., a po.anc cure -r Kxtcrral, Internal. it 43 a tn and 6 15 p I Und r IHerdinii, It. hnu, Chronic, Ketent or ror furllier inloimatroti as to sclirdules, Hereditary l'ile This rrmedy has never been apply tn acents of N'arfolk A-- Weitern known to lad Jt per box. f tor $$; sent by mail W II. IIKVII.I., Why suffer from this tetrille dleae when a nt- f.cn Penser Ajt . ltoant,ke, a. ten guarantee It Hisittte') with 6 taxes, to reluml tl. money If not mred. Send stamp for tree sample tiuarantre usued by A H. .11 YOl' ARK GUI NO IJriigKit and sot airtlit, Stanford, Ky. Call for samples 7 n. 1 1 9j-ig, $500 REWARD. NrWKorfolkiWesternH.R. IP) K& f- CURB 111 A-- Rail-roJor- 10-2- 2. 2S-2- 9. 5H JKTORTHWEST. . 2-- 22. S. Sofl-enu- ie Eiiglish Specialises 8-- rver-cxerti- h Double Dally Trains doc-triu- e. vesti-bule- d New-Orlean- Will be at Stanford, day, imi ?7mmi$M 'c Wi-JerJT,at?"' iIIHHsG 'T-- -- - muo -- EyirjTjpgMif.n m -eMssss- msFAmsmmj W jexzstiNtta iBiiyifli -- uexi m-m: f THE WORLD'S" Permanently - H(0AGD9 Corstt-paut- i. York, lioston, . m-e-s and Skin s -- EW DMOr.A3B', iUABOLKKAS9 ' bt - , him-sel- Mile. It. 1 r Commissioner Sale ji" . , 4 4 4 1 J"n-iii- n iem 5 Blue-Gras- Wednesday, h- . twrr Kentucky Central H.B. ' . 111 n;pi 171 I ' t. 1 O d,-llin- c 1 I South-Houn- 1 . 1 11 4 ,4 15-l- a Dliu.ure-.eeke- rs tiapi Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co. A-- Wis-cous- in ASSSaNEE'S SALE'lttrTc; North-Houn- Washington, v. - d. k-- m V Containing . -- 35 Acres. I , i i l:&&ritoft ,VWS)rlb. "j": 1 I1 e. I a , S l. 11 1 " 1 l. s steps-betwee- To Xigh.t City Lamps. Bids Wanted. 1 1- i s. -- "..J . i rwl - iryyft"yr-- k " WOMAN'S WORLD A ONE OF THREE ECCENTRIC GIRLS ARTIST.'' BRILLIANT A Nrw York I.rnp Yrnr 1'nrlj- - A Mttlo Clillil Mi ul I I.citcl Tin-iAn Iinportiiiit Uurntlon Sim Aniusiil tlm "Sluuliitr" Kllkn fiir llrcorutUo Uses. V v ' t Lnst spring threo pretty Louisville girls, cliuioroiieil by a matron of their own ngo, hml apartments at a fashionable and cjrponsivo apartment hout-- in this rity. They woro long nownuirkots, white cuffs, derby JiatH and Imttonholu lwuiitictrt with that nstmmption of that young girls lovo to itirect. They wero devoted to the theaters, and eschewed men, in whoso faces they yawned. If they liked nn aetrehs, or any act of a lay, they would bundle into a box in time to see it, (terhaps throw their nosegays at their favorite and then go homo. Occasionally they would givo their favorite a breakfast or nnpior. There was, perhaps, eccentricity in their manner of life, but it was sincere and as modest in its way nn that of l, nuns. Ono of these girls was Enid a girl of twenty-one- , of sweet gravity of demeanor, devoted to modeling and hculptutu, for which she had undoubted talent. The same interesting group of young Koplo had planned to keep house together in this city last winter. This plan was broken up by reason of the summons of Miss Vaudell to Chicago by Mrs. Potter Palmer, the president of tho Woman's World Fair commission. There Miss Ynndell has designed two female figures of heroic size, which, bUiRriuteudiug her work iieoplo from t) o'clock in the morning until tho day's work is over, she has put into clay. statues From these models thirty-twhave Imhih cast. Thcoo aro intended to rerve as caryatides supiorting tho roof .garden. They aro arranged in group of four, separated by a Corinthian column. Enid Yandell springs from a race of surgeons, vhou study of tho human form has resulted in her desire to express it. Her art education was conducted at the Cincinnati School of Art. There feho btudied for four years, and carried away tho first prize with a statue of Hermes. This young woman is tho first woman actu of twenty-twally to lalor in Jackson park in tho in ew lork terest or tno cxlilmtlou. Evening Sun. niiin-nishnis- .s Ynn-del- family remain in completo retirement .should, and probably will, lead to a decision to hnvo nt least ono court. Tho queen herself would, it is said, bo present and receive for n time, nud then lenvo tho jKJst of honor to one of her daughters or daughters-in-lnw- . Tho fatigue of holding a court is considerable. Tho queen does not actually stand for the whole time, being supirted by a high chair that is concealed by her robes, but yet tho attitude is tiring. Even more strain, however, is caused by tho incessant passage of new figures rolled in bright colors ami decked with flash, ing gems, before the eyes of tho sovereign. After a short time this produces a sensation of giddiness and great fatigue. It is for these reasons that tho queen rarely stays longer than from nn hour to an hour and a half at a drawing room, her place being then taken by tho Princess of Wales. But supjtosing her royal highness should feel it necessary to avoid all social functions for months to come, it will not bo easy to satisfy debutantes or American or country "presentees" by proving any other substitute for the sovereign. If, therefore, tho queen and tho Princess of Wales can, without injury to their health, hold at least ono drawing room, tho effort will lJ thankfully received by tho very large class of ersons who look to tho London season ns their harvest for tho year. Mrs. Fenwick-Mille- r in Loudon Illustrated News. or mer. Theso littlo pests aro tho plaguo of every housekeeper nnd very difficult to exclude from trunks or chests. It is therefore nn excellent plan to nso something offensive to them. Petroleum paper is said to lo very effective. It can bo bought in rolls, cut in pieces long enough to cover inside. of trunks or boxes, over which cle.au nowspapers or wrapping paper can be spread, and then all woolen clothing nnd furs packed in nud first covered with cloth or paper and then with tho petroleum pajwr, after which the top should bo securely fastened. Woolen goods put nway thus will be safe for any length of time, the paper seaming to act like an antiseptic on tho animal filcr of the wool, to pre- servo nnd mako it healthful. Montreal ported, I will stand my fine yotinp horse, 1: I .V, , Prince, the season of 1892, iivo miles east Zi o Mother and Child. of Stanford, on the Stanford & Preach- ersville pike, nt to insure a FRiEiSD" up. walk aroundSotho marc and colt to get suck. No colt, no pav. Prince is a fine, stylish, iob Confinement of lis black stallion. 0 venrs old this snrinir and l'ain, Horror and Jlltk. 1"J hands high. Hh sire was out of a 1 Af(prulnRinbilktf "31otlicr' Drcnnon Juncrt-i- : Inn tatu A!id it tuperletico that Denmark mare 'i'. nulUl'l u sucli case. Jlr. hor.-- His da"ui nnd was bybvaa Drennon KK.kn.-In wa sired asm 0oe, rirrarlM ..Jan. 15th. Lumar, hor-- e and out of a Whip mare. He N a Sent l.r cxprrM. crartrr prepMil. on I will also lr!ce,81.Wr little lion1: to ilutliers mallet tree. natural gaited saddle hor-uuAm'iKLD j:f.(;l'i..vtou co., stand my splendid young jack, . - T I.ti ',ilitJ'ir- ."V a 1 -- tin' j Not bavins: sold this fine stock, PBIKOE. Onward Messenger ns re a Standard. Ured by C harles Dunn. SIRED IJY OXWAKD CHIEF producing daughters. "MOTHER'S 4405. Ky Onward 141 1, record 2 2."i , siro of 49 also 17 producing sons and 10 in 2 30 lit, Frli-ml- e. e. SOU) ATLANTA CA. 11Y ALL imt'O .1ST. Star. I OOO99OI60O Pill .Tho -- tonallcst o o 1 rly Young Wuiurii ii1.itp Yritr I'nrtlm. Some of tho leap year artics seem to have been carried on or oil with exceptional spirit. It has been laughable, for instance, the way in which tho men have insisted upou being chaperons! and young women have called in carriages to accompany gay bachelors, who weru carefully protected by their mothers, to the scene of festivities. One inveterate joker gave efhaps a hint to the belles of the sort of chujierona that would bo most acceptable, when ho came into the parlor to receive his fair escort, followed by an elderly aunt who is deaf as a post and is bvsides almost blind. This same man was wrapicd in a white ojera cloak cut with an absurd resemblance to a dress suit ulster; he carried a liouquct of liowers and woro a baud of rihlnm and bow on his hair. When ho upjvenrcd from tho dressing room, after laying aside his ambiguous wrap, it was seen that tho sleeves of his coat had been taken out and cllxnv sleeves of pink silk and laco substituted, which, met by long pink 'kid gloves, effectually "brightened" his toilet and added to his nondescript npenrance. At another leap year party, held just before Lent legan, tho young women danced the cotillon with white silk crush hats under their anus. At tho same affair a young footmnn in cap and apron did duty in tho men's dressing rosnii, which was besides plentifully provided with jiowder and rouge boxes, hairpins, a tray of boulous, and aggressive Iwttles of cologno and extracts. When the ladies doited their outside gear tho actual maid wore with her regulation ctlicoAts a livery jacket and vest and carried a whisk broom as a sort of badge of ofllco. Tho room was bereft of its usual feminine friperie.sl and in their place were suggestively set out tobacco, pipes and cigars, with decanters of cognno and a huge fancy bowl filled with cloves. Her Point of View in New York Times. 1.1s . Mttlo Clillil Miull I.cmt lady who wields all jiower at Tho at present is little Miss Drew, grand-- 1 Mr. Gladstone's child. A recent visitor to Hawnrden, j says: "I never saw a prettier sight than when sho ran through tho open door which divides tho drawing room from the Grand Old Man's sanctuary, and, pulling at tho lapels of his dressing gown, drew him imperiously away from Homer or tho Blue Book, or whatever was engaging him. Tho first intima- ' tion we had in tho next room was a peal of laughter on Mr. Gladstone's part ati tho obvious necessity of capitulating to that daring invasion, as musical and hearty as ever camo from human lips, for his laugh is ono of his greatest attractions. "Presently the Grand Old Man and the little child, separated by eighty years of time, came hand in hand together into tho drawing room. Mrs. Gladstone runs to tho piano and strikes up a lively waltz tune, uml in a second the two partners nre dancing together, the Grand Old Man putting into his pirouettes a lot of funny, old fashioned little steps, learned of our soventy-fiv- o years ago, which it was impossible to view without delight and applause, although so much "pathos mingled with comedy in tho Mall Gazette. touching scene."--Pa- ll A Tlu-m- Ha-ward- two-year-o- ld ! i rs f l,,,f T lmnr flint It. ill probablo that at least ono will bo hold. Tho utter destruction of tho London1 wasou which must follow if tlw royal , wvn...o M.!o Her majesty has not yet settled whether there will bo, any drawing An Important (Juration. .',.. life in Biddeford was tho "burying" of j Ash Wednesday by tho French people, a . custom peculiar to Canada, and this is how it is done: The host and hostess of tho party busy themselves in frying "flapjacks," and after a big stock has, Trill speedily rrniovo nil thU trouble. been piled up the party is seated nt the roil to eat aua digest your n and there is a gastronomic contest tables prevent haadncha nnd Impart of llfo linre A to see who can eat the largest number of ; IjaVhrcii antranccr. to wtilcli you Srlce,V Doto annul. theso "flapjacks." Tho winner gets n 20 coutt, Olllce. 30 1'ark Vlace, N. Y. suitable prize, while tho ono who eats tho fewest becomes the clown of thei' party for tho remainder of the evening, and is obliged to submit to any pranks which tho others may piny and to do everything ordered to, no matter how A ml tor. Mm Uml ii n The biggest record ever fur ridiculous. Mrs. Custer is a clover story teller, known there was made by n Frenchman, A with the keen sense of humor, nud tho now dead, who ato an even two dozen e-&&&tfa..m cute, offhand way of making her jxiints good sized "flapjacks," with nothing tc seldom found in a woman, or in a man, help them down but sugar. Bangor for that matter. In delivering her lec- (Mo.) Commercial. ture on buffalo hunting at Dr. Corcoran'a I'rrpnrliii; Tor the World' I'nlr. recently she soveral times dropjied her The women of tho Indiana World's notes and told stories, and she seemed to rnjoy tho laughter which broko out fair commission are pushing forward every few minutes nt her witty sallies. their part of the work. They hnvo sej? I I Ml -- W IIT When sho referred to tho tribulations of lected Miss Mary Williamson to take V M Duke Alexis on his travels in charge of the lino arts exhibit for tho the Grand this country in encountering orating state. Miss Williamson's home is in LaET! II mayors and city councils at every turn, fayette, but she has taken n house in this as sho did soveral times, tho fair lec- city, to remain until after the exiosition. t Miss Williamsou's work is unique n.id turer seemed a little surprised at tho jieculinr to hen-eland incapable of imsensation produced on her audience. When finally sho described tho incur- itation. Her father was a skillful chemist sion of n mayor upon a Mississippi nnd left with his daughter the secret of steamlwat where tho duke was trying to his dyes. A large numlxr of women nro em- Sleeplessness.SIck and Nervous Headache, enjoy himself with a party of ladies, tho Backache, Di7ziness, Morbid Fears, Hot n merriment of her hearers reached its cli- ployed by Mi-- s Williamson in doing juirts of the work. A number of max, and Mrs. Custer looked quizzically Hvsterla, Fits, St. Vitus Dance, at the distinguished gentleman who sat ladies in different part a of the state aro Opium Habit, Drunkenness, etc., aro cured directly in frontof herclnppinghis hands prewiring articles for exhibit at the by Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. It does not contain any opiates. Trial botvigorously and laughing as hard as he World's fail under her direction. News. tle and lino books PHEB at druggists. Bradford. Mrs. could. It was Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Indiana. Custer is an exceedingly pretty woman, Wiiiiii-ii'i- i Clubs nt Chlcngo. T1UAL BOTTXE FIIEE. with tho southern pronunciation very For late by A. K Penny, Stanford. Tho biennial meeting of tho General marked, and Iter lecture was delightful. Federation of Women's clubs will bo Springfield Homestead. held in Chicago May 11, 12 and 13, opening at 'J a. in. May 11. Thero will bo "MtNilmr" Silks for Ilrcurntlte Tup. Among tho new fabrics for household threo sossio is each day. While impor-tan- t paiers will lo read and prepared decoration nre tho "shadow silks" deSociety of Decorative Art- and address a given, it has been arranged signed by the ists. They present exquisite color com- that large spaces aro to be left ojen for binations of softly shaded tints in indis- free voluntary discussion. The gathering tinct patterns on changeable back- will represent more than 150 Women's grounds, and are most rich nud nrtistic Literary clubs from thirty different in effect. They aro used for portieres, states. The membership in theso clubs j curtains, mantel drapes, cnsliions and is more than 15,000. Thero will bo club Soason 1892. spreads. In the form of curtains they women present representing every state aro simply hung and aro frequently mndo from Maine to Texas. Chicago Womfarm, up with no trimming except a hem folded an's News. up on the right sido of tho silk itself, An Ideal Stove. DANVILLE, KY. which is so unlike on the two sides an to All electric stovo has been invented by j The following standard-bretrotting hnvo tho effect of a band of entirely dif- a machinist in Rouen, Frnnce. It will ferent material when folded back upon cook a first class dinner for ten persons stallions j will make the season at my farm two inile-eat of Danville: itself. s of tho timo required by a in borIn mantel covers tho silk may bo S. 11048. wood or coal fire, nnd the cost is only dered with a fringe or hnvo tassels only five sous (five cents) for the materials is draped but Race record 2 :iyj. at tho comers. Tho scarf which generate tho heat. Tho stovo cau once near ono end. For tablo spreads, bo sold for twenty-tlv1(5 hnud. Ray stallion, fonkd francs, or five if more than ono width is required for dollars. Sired bv Abdallah Mambrino, the sire of will want this tho spread, a length is split, overhnnded stovo, as it makes no ashes, can be heat- (iencvn S. J 19, Rettie Jones 2 19A' fcoto 2 20J. Maltle H. 2 23 nnd Hi others. selvages, hemmed all around, by tho ed in three minutes nud the heat supply tthe dam of 3 better either plainly or with tho hem turned detached in a moment. Yaukeo Blade. iliim Ella UopV-inire of the dnin thnn 2 ttO). by Octaroon) on tho right sido across the ends, back of Win. ingeily 2 1(3); 2d dnm Mollie and has tasels at tho corners. Carpet Women in Librarians. Winfievbv A vent's Aliue (the ire of Noand Upholstery Trade lluvicw. Woman's fitness for library work is a G. 2'2S"nnd Win. Singerly 2 lti). proved. She lias n recogniEed place in $25 THE SEASON. A Wniitnii I'olltlclrwi. the profession. She has contributed Lady Sandhurst, who died recently 11049. in England, was ono of tho most active 6omewhnt to tho literature of tho subject and holds oflkes of honor in the Clie-tnstallion, foaled 1S, 1(5 hands workers in partisan jmlitics ns well as in due reforms nnd charities. An American American Library association, lead- Siml bv C. F. Clav 2 IS sire of Clorine the liberal spirit writer in ono of our reviews, comment- hugely to library movementofoftho last 2 2:il, ispriuKday - M " Conner 2 lilK tho 1m tiiuii Ella Hopkins (thedam of Gcnen ing on the death of Lady Sandhurst, ers in the S.2101, Mattie II. '."Jit and Quinine S n typo far more twenty years. Exchange. says, "She lelonged to 2 211 by Octaroon; 2d dam Mollie Wincommon in England than in America frey, liyAvent's Aliue. To Keep tliu Hutidi White. woman, zealous for reforms, tho public $20 THE SEASON. When doing housework, if your hands active in charities and philanthropies, will the males pronounced a partisan in politics become chnpiwd or red, mix cornmeal of These stallions getnick with speed and and as tliU section and both the ami vinegar into n stiff pasto and apply as Sir William Harcourt himself." style from them. See the stock before But this country, that should have to tho hands two or threo times a day, booking 3 our mate-.after washing them iu hot water; tlieu lieon in advance of England in tho A. W.SMITH, Danville. Ii of this tyio of woman, is now let them dry without wiping and rub rapidly following in tho footsteps of tho with glycerin. At night use cold cream mother country, and able and cultivated and wear gloves. Now York Journal. women are ajqwaring to tako their places for New AVnre. as pronounced politicians, and to adWhito lilacs, snowballs and hyacinths Sired by Gen. Knox 2 31, trial 2 24, sire vance tho host interests of lmth men nud foliage, nro intro- of the dnin of thegreat Monbars 2 10, the women. Tho examples of England's in relief, with green in the world. duced in n new Ware. Ornamental fruit noM fastest best and brnvest and noble women dam of Sire of Lndv Mnval 2 dishes have tho spreading legs arranged ladies liko this ono and ninny others with nrbor wire, and underneath is a Monbnrs 2 1("l): Beulnh 21 2 10. Camera may well inspire our educated Amorican sprawling or peeping Cupid. Jewelers' 2 U3, Independence 2 J, Knox Bov wojuen to tako a more nctivo nnd ear- Circular. 2 23J, Peaceful 2 20, Gilbielh Knox2 20J nest interest in our public nnd iolitical sire of ." and the dams of 0 in the lisO Gen. Washington, sire of Poem, 5 years, affairs. Boston Traveler. Much nttention is given to fitting tho 22, and a "large Presto, U venrs, skirt smoothly and gracefully over tho 2 19J,representative lht too numerous to nud l'rluccsa Mario. hips, more especially when n bodice Tho Duchess of Edinburgh's eldest baud is attached a stylo used m con- mention. 1st dam daughter, Princess Marie, is nearly of nn nection with tho French round waist or 8FIJ, sire of Lady Arthur bv Bourbon Chief Calmar 2 22 and the dams of ngo now to uinko her first nppearanco at bodico without basques, which this Alia 2 231, Fullerton D. 2 10?, Pickard a drawing room (tho daughters of tho season will enjoy unusual prominence 2 181 ami others. 2d dam Lilly Arthur royal family aro uover "presented," they by Littlo Arthur by Imp Gle'ncoe. 3d simply "nttend" tho drawing room with At a dinner tho other evening two dam Lilly Hartley by Marco. tho other members of tho queeu's family, blond young women, each of them with 816 to Insure. though they do wear whito presentation classic features and small, well shaped dresses). Princess Mario is nearly seven- heads, woro with excellent effect nnrrow teen, nnd it is quite possible that sho may twisted rolls of whito velvet. On each nttend one of tho drawing rooms this tho roll wns knotted nmong tho light, Sired by Metiopolitan 1372, fire of the season with her mother, though this is loose curls nbove the forehead. dnm of Colliuwooil, 3 yeai., 2 22, nnd othnot yet settled. ers. He by Hambletonian 10, dam The petition for woman's Buffrago j If sho does, it is certain sho will bo nn (the dam of Mecca 2 27 and Clara object of great interest nt court, nnd un- lately introduced in tho Iowa senato was tho dam of the great Dictator and Dexter feet long and contained the 2 17; doubtedly will bo much admired, ns sho Bixty-twthe grandma of Princeton is tho prettiest of tho queen's grandchil- names of 1,890 legal voters and CC5 2 ID and Euclid 2 281 bv Volunteer, hire of St. Julien 2 11 ntui Glower 2 17. dren. Tho Duko of Edinburgh's daugh-ter- s women who desired to bo legal voters. 1st dam Lndy Welch by Win. Welch, nre nil pretty girls; tho third, PrinA genealogical treo of the Columbus sire of Prince Imperial 2 -- 2, Jeremiah cess Alexnndrn, is tho most Russian in Conner the feature nud most resembles her mother. family is to be prepared for exhibition 2 21, half dams of Persica 2 22 and dam by 2d nt tho World's fair by Mrs. Regina 1 15, sonmile, as a yearling dam London Letter. of Wagoner. 3d by WagMnney, of Lisbon, a lineal descendont Monte, oner. 4th dam by Imp.Tumby. A Word About Motlit. discoverer. of tho great $15 to Insure. Whllo waiting for suitablo weather A new whito faience in dishes, card fWill receive at "Manles,'' 2 miles south for housecleaning much work in the way of preparation may be done, such receivers, candeUbra and lamps is orna- of Lancaster, from March 15 to July 15, T.A.ELKIN, as putting away heavy winter clothing mented Tvith orchids, tho coteelyoa being 1892. 14 Lancaster, Ky. to keep from moths during tho sum tho variety chosen. A Vnlitn Social riiiictlon, A feature of tho last week of social ' O from Dfupcpila nnd rendering llfo m!crn1lo, vrhen rctnod v Is nt our hand f c, Why do yon suffer x in tho "World f A thav rjvgrjvpg , I ol'm Liver PeiBsa o 9 eooeo k Bed Wilkes, .So So 2 17J, Lizzie Wilkes He is 7 old, 10 black with mealy nose, fine length and 2 22j, Ac. Bay hoie, heavy mnne and tail, with form. He was sired by Arch Walker's jack and out of my old jennet. He will bize, slyle and finish, nnd representing sland at SS on ame terms as the hore. some of the best trotting families in the This jnck has given 20 per cent, better whole countrj'. Should make n great stock hor-e- . Will make n snusinriion man any jack I ever stood. stable 2J miles west ofshort .cason at our Stanford, Call and see him and TiU colt- -. Marcs bred to either of thee and trad- At $10 to Insure a Mare in Foal. ed or removed from the neichborhood At same place a without satisfying 111c that that they are not in foal, forfeits the season and the money Is due. I nlo hold a lien on the colt until the season is paid. At SS to Insure. 14 SILAS ANDERSON. 10 J. A. &S. T. HAH HIS. IMIOIDOC high, years about hands by Hutchin-so- n Eliza Jane, (dam of Maud Messenger 2 lC,Merit"2 37) by Gentle Breeze , eirc of 1'earl 2 30, iVc.; 3d dam Kittv Ilivors, dam of Uertio (iirl 2 37, by Abdallah l.j.siro of Almont, Belmont, Ac.; 4th dam by Ked Jacket, sire of the dam of Kentucky Wilkes 2 2H, 34-li- lts dam Lady Messenger, Chief 12420; 2d dam ''J"',1',".0." w,,kM - -- ,s5 "" grnndam of Xarge Mulo Jaok, A.ID02riS. RED EAGLE. 1111 I IV T &hmt lTiPv I K' . MSP f T' Ml r Nervous Prostration, Standard. Will make the season of 1S92 at my stable 11 miles fiom Milledgevillc. LinFoaled May 20, 1889. Blood bav, black coln countv, on the Stanford and Mil- - legs, mnne and tail, will be full 10 hands ledgevillo pike, at high nt maturity. Sired by the incomparable Red $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt. rel, the granden saddle stallion on Squirearth, as his record will show. His owners, the Adonis is n beautiful dark bay with Messrs. Owsley, of Burksville, have le-- f black )oint. lo hands o inches Inch, foal used ofler of So,000 ed August, 1SSS, and is a irnnd saddle $33 the season, ca-- h in for him; stands at can horse. Those who want to breed to a accommodate half hishand, and sired not patrons; by Kentucky saddle stallion are Blnck Squirrel, he handsome bv Black invited to look mine over nnd see his ac King William, by Washington Eagle, by Denmark, tion and stvle. by (rallies Denmark, bv He was sired by the grand show horse, race horse, Denmark, bv the great Imp. Hcdgeford. Second Jewel, he by Cunninghams Jew Red Eagle's dam Rowena Webb Russell, el. he bv Wahincton Denmark. one of the best walking animals His first dam, Minnie, by McDonald's having met and defeated all theon earth, "crack"' unicorn, walkers of Central Kentucky, including Second dnm by Wells' Crusader, hi- - stallions and geldings: bv nit dam unknown, but thought to be an ter Denmark, byGoddard's Funk's SumpSumpter DenOliver. mark, by Washington Denmark, &c. Mares kept on grass or fed at reason You will sec from that able price, but not reponsiblc for acci ing is gilt edgein above he is his breedfact, a model dents should anv occur. general utility horse. Will serve n few F. F. SANDIDGE. mares the present season at my place, 1111 Millcdgeville. Ky. ce.-mi- Money due at first service, with privilege of free return until colt is gotten. For further information ,stallion; will pedigree, call on or address and extended This make the present season nt m farm, at 10 E. D. KENNEDY, Morclar.d, at Hustonville, Ky. well-bred SlNTTDBR $8 TO INSURE. At $20 the Season. H WIS BMSM d four-fifth- Quinine - : Snyder is a hnncUome bay, 151 hands high, and is a splendid mover, ile was sired bv Paladine, he by Itysdyk's 10; dam bv Seeler's American King Boy is a dark bay, 5 years old, 10 Star; 2d dam by Crabtree RoJlfoutnier. hands high and is an elegant combined Snvder's dam. Joette, is bv Rlood hon-e- . He was sired by Horton's buy Chic! 7U2, sire of Fannie Robinson 2:201. horse, he by Dr. Herr's Mambrino King, Rlood Chief, by Blood's Black Hawk, dam bv Steamboat, owned by Chedwell, dam Mis Duncan by Scott s Highlander, of Virginia. The dam was raised bv Stegrnndam by Atntus,3d dam by Tluiole-on- . phen Sampson; 1st dam bv Frank" Blood Chief sired Woolley Jim, 2d dam by original J'im Bell; 3 darn 2:2!i, Fannie Robinson. 2:20, and Chief, by original Denmark, who ran 10 consec2:2:. Blood's Black Hawk sired the utive miles in n race at New Orleans; 4th dams of Von Arnim, 2:10$, and Alinont, dam bv Sir Elliott; otli dam bv Gray EaJr., 2:20. and grnndam of Belle Brasfiehl, gle; Cth dam by Buzzard. 2:20, nnd Prollene, 2:1S. Will make the season of 1892 at mv Mv track has been improved nnd is as farm, the old Wm. Ball place, five miles good as nnv track in the coun- - from Stanford, Will handle and break horses at low tr rn'te. Males " crazed at t'2 at owner At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. W. S. W1GHAM. rik. At the same plnce I will stand my fine Morelund, Ky young jack, iKzinsro- ZBCrX". Ham-bletonfa- n jii ' M Wol-for- d; 1 n 'j half-mi- le f V S-Ajim:. 1J-S- o Houj-ekeejKjr- s -t s -- - 1 Granville Smith ut -- 1 Sixteen hands hii;h. Kccor.l S1KED II V VOLTAIRE 685. by Lexington Chief: 38 Ann by Mambriuo Chorister. 3 inu dam Lady stanhope., by HamblttoilUn 10. Koj.i Grar.dam of Wllke 2 i8'4, and Slnimooi 3S Voltaire 1 10)4 liy Tattler 300; dim Younp Portia by .Mambrino Chief 11: 3d ilam by Roebuck) the itc of llrown Jim i lo the ire of Vclney, hr. g dam Nellie by AMen Goldn.lth. who made a record in iSooot 2 2ali Tnttler. Voltaire' sire by Pilot, Jr. umr. 'telltale by Tcllamnii. son of .Meuoc, siren inuianapoiis ii, Kun.or 331. Slanders aS's and Voltaire i:oX nnd his ons Abbott, lt.dfanapolis. Rumor, Littler, Jr.. and Votaiie are all ire nf performer' in 2 , Pilot, Jr., u.jireof jtiier. I well known a. Being one nf the treatest brood nitre sire of the aije, his daughter piouuiin; M.iud h. 2 oSK. J I. C. 2 10 and a host of other ! IM: Lexington Chief 570, mie of Drown Jim's dam. Is Iit Kentucky Clay 14; dam Lady Warfield by Mambrino Chief 11, .Mambrino Cbinstcr (sir! of dam of I'rcirlne c by Maii.bnno Chief, dan, by Chorister. 3 18 1 .. stand He by nn imported Spanish jack, has a line body and large bones. He will is At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. A lien will be letained on colts till season money is paid; if mare is parted with season becomes due. 10 I.S.l'IIILLII'S, WnlnutFlat. WALLACE DENMARK 55. 133 -- 1 hands high. $15 to Insure a Living- Colt. - BYSr.MPTER DENMARK, JR Hebylioddaid'a Denuiaik, hebv Gaines & Cromwell's Denmark, he by the race horse Denmark, he by Imp. Hedgeford. 1 flam Fannie Wallace No. 30, bvSir Wal lace, ho by Tod hunter's "Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert (thoiough-bred.- ) by Virginiiis (dam of Virginius bv Tran by, thoroughbred); he by Whip. dam a Whip mare. . a Arthur Sims 3041. lHhe DENMARK. 2 Saddle Stallion. Hay horte. 15I4 lianus high, three white leet, ht-3 mallf Hlid till fine style and ac ion DENMARK. SIKKD ll WOUUI-ORby Kint; William. Jam Sumpter by Goddanl's x dam Denmark. 5 damn thoroughbred STAR dam Mh-son- 's y 1 $15 the Insurance. 1 Wyandotte nls-o 5526. 64; 1st dam Rlandina (dam of Kin); lleae 1373, Swigert 650, etc by Mambrino Chief 11; jd dam by llrown llurch mare (dam "of Rosalind 3S months old; 10 hands high. BY WALLACE DENMARK 55. (Sec pedigree of Wallace Denmark 55.) Tw oof which arencted as the Best ofJennet jacks, and will serve jennets at iaj for a jack colt and 15 1 dam Mag 37, bv Vidette bv Vindex, he lor a jennet colt. Will also scre mares $10 to by Blood's Black Hawk, he bv Old inure a litingcnlt The other two are as fine Black Hawk. Videtto's 1st dam by mule jacks as can be found 111 the country and will serc mares at Whip: 2d dam Gnllntiu; 3d dam Old Tiger. Vindex's 1st dam bv $10 to Insure a Living Colt. MamLiino Chief 11; 2d dnm by Stables two miles south of Hustonville on the Old Bav Messenger; 3d dnm bv Mcrelaud and Carpenter's Station pike. Cannon s Whip. 2 dam Julia Wallace, by Sir Wallace, he by Todhunter's Sir Wallace, he by Standatd Rule 6. Sir Albert (thoroughbred). Sired by Rienii 1493, trial 3 30; full brother to King Rene. 1st dara Chance by Tom Sumps 3 dam by .Virginius. lie bv Mason b Whin. 4 dam a Whip mure. 1733, record ao, out of the dam of Red Wilkc.; id'dam Chubb by Uotirbon Chief 3S3; jd dam Chubb, bj St. Lawrence Kienzi tar, bv ltclmont $15 the Insurance. Four Splendid Jacks, $15 to Insure a Living1 Colt. laloliae LE2IEL 262. INGELOW 5799. Hy-anci- th I o ' 1 I Pilot, Tom Stamps 1733, by Abdallah I'ilot 1st dam Queen Dido the dam of Red V ilkes 1749, sire of 5 In '30 list) by Mambrino Son of Wallace Denmark above; 1st dam Chief 11; d dm by Red lackct, nre of Comet. tiy juners uenniarK, no bvtlie racehorse Uourbon Chief 333 (sire ot Calmar a jj by Mambrino Chief n ; 1st dam l'us, by Orey Eagle sd Denmark; his dam Florizel; 2d dam by of Ingeluw's pediMontgomery's Ollvor: 3d dam bv Ob! dara by Sir Peter An analysis gree reveals a rich inheritance of performing and Drennon. Tom is a fine shaned horse. producing blood, there being three direct crosses ot Mambrino Chief. His sire is a lull brother to blnck with heavv mnnn uml (nil iruiinnrij of his dam a half brother high; Is a natural saddler nud will war- King Rene and the sire lie must be seen to be appreciato Red WIIU-s- . a ted. He will stand at Liberty, under the manige-me- nuu uiiu saiutie ureeuer. of C. W Kr e, at 708: nt jji' TOM ROBINSON. y Dollars stand my Ten Mr Frye aloto Insure. will $8 the Insurance. IMPORTED JACK, At SB parted with the season becomes due nnd collectable. A lien is rctaiued on all co'.ts for scvice lee In all cases if the mare is to Insure, Stock committed to mv enro nnd breed ing will receive my personal attention. Grass furnished at reasonable rates, to be paid for before removal of stock. No re sponsibility for accidents or escapes. rarling with stock forfeits insurance J. K. BATJGHMAN, J. STEELE CARPENTER, 0 j 3 Hustonvilte, Ky Hustonville, Ky. 'S sxa wbjb li&kx .jiW Prfl1 W'to iwogi&mi w m o ih it Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Stanford, Ky., W. P. WALTON. La PEOPLE'S CHOICE. Iff h Durino thoRnum pension oflice investigation, Couzrcasman Enloo becanio exasperated at Ilium's repeated denial of a Btatemcut that he had made to him, and ArniL 2i), 1892 denouncing him as a liar, proceeded to fallow it up with blows, but the other members of the committee restrained him. Rium replied that the man did not live that he was afraid of, but he Rot out of the room pretty quick, all the same, and hastened to his quarters. Katun is apparently a rascal and as men of his class are- not very careful of the truth, it is very probable that the man was riht when he charged him with lvini:. Advices from tlio Indiana fruit belt that peaches, grapes and other fruits siy are so far uninjured. At Nicholasville on court day, Mastin Fain sold 20 Southdown ewes for Fayette English at So.05. Tho Anderson News knows a sow tlfat has had three litters of pigs numbering 17, 10 and 15) respectively. The Winchester Democrat says there were 400 cattle on the market Monday, with but little demand. The best offer-- , ed oulv brought 3 to 3Jc. Cattle are dull in Cincinnati, with best shippers at 4j; hogs are in fair de mand, with 4 05 for best; sheep are quiet at 4J to 0i; spring lambs OJ to Sjc. The farm of the late Dr. 11. C. Hern-doof 275 acres, sold publicly on Wednesday last, was purchased by L. L. Herndon, Sr., at SM2.". Georgetown Times. Col. J. E. Pepper, the famous Fayette county distiller, has bought the Meadowthorpe farm, which adjoins him, at $275 an aero. This is the highest farm and price ever paid for a colonel intend to make it the tlnest the in Kentucky. He will build a magnificent castle of Milestone rock that will be a wouder to see. blue-gras- s The Louisville Store SPECIAL . i J "JBjRO-JlTU- T THE - Ten-nefe- e THIS WEEK ONXTT. Tub Committee on Prisons has agreed upon eight days good time a month for convicts. This is another effort in keeping with the sickly sentimentality of the times. Juries nearly always let law breakera off as lightly and oftentimes much lighter than they should be, and when they are given sentences they should be required to serve them in full, and bo made "good" by the proper means if they are disposed to be unruly. Everything seems to be in favor of the and against the law abiding citizens. First with 20 jury challenges to the Commonwealth's Ave, he can stock the jury in his favor, if his lawyers possess the "sharpness" that he expects of them; he is given every benefit of a doubt; the court of appeals is ready to help him, if perchance the jury find him guilty; and if there are no technicalities upon which to reverse the judgment, there is the governor to fall have too many back on. Let the Legislaadvantages already. ture turn its massive mind to the greater questions that confront it. law-breakLaw-breake- 'r,,,: Illinois democrats indorsed Cleveland and rnmmended Senator John M. Palmer, if it is thought advisable to come West for a candidate. Tariff reform, the election of Senators by the people and an international conference to consider silver coinage are prominent platform planks. Judge Altgeld was nominated for governor. TiisLouiBville Times of Wedneslay contains a fine picture ol Mr. Walter X. Haldeman, owner of the Courier-Journaand a sketch of his remarkable career. The occasion was the celebration of his 71st birthday. Mr. Haldeman is a grand old man whom to better know is to more greatly admire. l, In overhauling our immense Shoe Department we found a number of one and two pair of a style and have concluded to close them out as ODDS IN OUR SHOE SALE. Ladies' Fine Button Shoes $1.26 per pair, former price $1. 76. " " 1.G5 " " o or. ' Ladies' " " ' " " " " Ladies' " s'.OO. " 2.25 DANVILLE. Children's Shoes at Bargain Prices. Ota Men's Shoe Department has soine special values iu close at this sale, zo pan Men's Shoes at SI. 7o, worth $2 to $2.50. 16 pairs Men's Shoes at $2.00, worth $8.75. The last named stile arc i Bats, and Cong, and genuine Calf. Try them. Also complete new line of Edwin Clapp's Celebrated Hand-Mad- e Shoes at So m Kangaroo and Cordovan Stock. Every pair warranted. -- Editor Walton calls Commissioners Allison and Yerkes the "llower of the flock in Kentucky." Where, 0, where, noble brother, is our Col. Billy put ? Lancaster Record. Away up at the top. them all. He out-class- THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. tf. Henry Dunn and Monts Fox have boupht the livery stable of S. J. Harlan. W. S. Watson, city judge of Bard-H- e It is thought the invoice friay amount to well, was found dead in bed was from $4,000 to $5,000. Mr. Harlan will past 70 years of age. probably go to Chicago, where he will -- Seventeen millions of fish are to be deal in race horses, buying them chiefly deposited in the streams of Kentucky in in Kentucky. , the next two weeks. Rev. Father siuum, of the Society of Asnon storm is raging in Manitoba Passion e3U, who live at Mt. Adams, and in the western part of the province near Cincinnati, has been preaching a the snow is 12 inches deep. seiies of most interesting sermons at St. The county levy of Madison has Paul's church here every night since It didn't take the World's Fair ComS9 cents on tho 5100 and His meeting will close last Sunday. missioners long to organize ana elect the been fixed at the poll tax at the highest notch. here Saturday night of this week and lady commissioners, although there The New York legislature is in spe- Sunday he wi'll begin one at Somerset. were hundreds of applicants for the pocial session to reapportion the State iu Rev. H. J. Brady, of Louisville, and Rev. sition. Mr. Dulaney was chosen presiP. Bradv. of Oceola, Pa., both of them dent of the board and Young E. Allison Senatorial and Assembly districts. Thirty thousand logs came down cousins of Rev. A. J. Brady, rector of secretary, and tho ladies selected as foH lows: Mies Ida E. Symmes, of Louis- the Kanawha and filled the Ohio for 15 St. Paul's church, areiutown, the guests MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ville; Miss Lucy Lee Hill, of Lexington, miles so thick steamboats couldn't run. of that gentleman. The democratic committee of the Mr. W. E. Hay, Sr., of Shelby City, and Mrs. Susan R. Brown, of Owens-borMr. W. J. Xewcomb has bought two And examine the Studcbakcr. Car-loa- d just received. fW?5? They are allaccomplished women Gth Kentucky congressional district has has completed the plastering on that lots oti spring street. decided in favor of primaries in August. part of tho New Methodist church, Mr. George McCoy, of Grand Rivwho have traveled extensively and are Representative Springer was nomi- which will finally be used for Sunday-schoo- l ers, Ky., was married to Miss Eliza Mil in every way worthy of the the honors of place, Sunday last. nated by the democrats of the 13th Illipurposes. For the present and ler, If this L. & N.8 cars were coupthey have received. Miss Hill is a irilthtt nois district for his 10th term iu Con- until the remainder of the church is daughter of Gen. A. P. Hill, a neice of gress. led together they would reach from finished, this room will be used for Louisville to Livingston, 140 miles. Gen. John Morgan and of Gen. Basil In Point Coupee parish, La , a Mr. Our lime man, Fred Krueger, is W. Duke's wife. The next meeting of Cotton was killed in his plantation store preaching. The church, when completHo will make live tiring a parlor where business ready for week up. increase his capacity ) the commissioners will be at Chicago by a tramp, who was soon afterwards ed, will contain and cars per During the year iSy- -' I shall keep constantly on meetings are to be held; a kitchen and in a tew weeks. next Thursday. lynched. church festivals and Mr. George M. Lear has returned hand a full and complete stock of Bob Ford, who achieved notoriety dining room where The candidacy of Mr. Charles H. by assassinating Jesse itkrgZTfHHHiH 'SV suppers may be prepared and served, ftom Clay county, where he has been enJames, was drivis in Rodes, of Danville, for district delegate other conveniences gaged in the agency business. He en from Jimtown, Colorado, a few dajs and will contain alsa a feeble condition. Mr. Ed Reppert, afto the National Convention, is received ago, churches until recently. ter a week's stay with his father at not kuowu iu by the citizens of the with much favor. He is sound on town. Mr. Hay's execution of the unusually baa returned to his dutiea at Cleveland and the tariff, is capable difficult work entrusted to him is most Birmingham, Ala. Mr. Hugging, of LonWilliam Astor is dead in Paris, leavdon, is with the Signal. J. E. Pike, of and trustworthy and would reflect the ing in New York an estate estimated to admirable. the arrival The marriage of Misa Zorayda Y. Pine Hill, is happy overPennington of a with faithful- be worth S50.000.000 to 500,000,000, the sentiment of the people My stock of has accomplished daugUter ol girl at his house. A. ness and ability. The Sth district is un bulk of which he bequeaths to John Welsh, the moved his stock to the Jack Adams Mr. G. W. Welsh, Jr., of the questionably for Cleveland and what his Jacob. National Bank, to Mr. Wui. D. Cochran, stand. Mrs. Samutl Ward was up from Mrs. Jaa. supporters should have are two deleof Mnysville, was celebrated at the fami- Rockcastle river Wednesday. At Dennis, O., George Moore, a jealIs larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of Rev. Maret iB quite ill. M., Wednesday. gates who will stand by him as long as ous husband, killed his wife, seriously ly residence at -' The hour forgiving "time" over the jjiumpi service, iov cnarges and courteous D , of the Second O. B. H. Martin, nomtreatment; Mr. Thomas there is a reasonable chance for his wounded E iward McClelland, a boarder Presbyterian cuurcli, periormeu the wires will be chanted on May 1 from 4 A. K. PENNY. ination and election. It does not want at his house, and is now dying from a ceremony. The parlors were beautiful- i'. m. to 10 a. M. The manner in which Dalton in charge. by means of a clock in Hill men in disguise and we take it that ly decoruted for the occasion by Bell, "time" is sent is Observatory wound. at St. Lou the Washington none but such men as Mr. Rodes need Missouri and Nebraska instructed tne Lexington florist. The principals is, Mo., which "switches" itself into cir .GO TO. parlor accompanied by .Mr. eulered the apply for the position to represent it. for Harrison, but New Hampshire, James Cochran, twin brother of the cuit at 3:57 i'. m. every day. It repeats the word "time" for one minute, then and Miss Mary Welsh, Instead of taking the editors in the Maine and New Jersey contented them- groom, and preceeded by two the bride's sends double beats for 00 seconds and for beautiful indorsing his admin sister, single beats follow and back room and giving them some les- selves with merely little girls, Jane Welsh, a cousin of thu one minute more mi mi -sons in grammar, the Louisville Com- istration. Colorado refused to indorse bride, and Haddie Cochran, a niece of when circuit closes it is exactly 4 o'ef) i$) J-v him. clock. At all junction stations "repeatDuring the ceremony Roc-c- o mercial, which is printed on the same The House bill to absolutely prohib- the groom. celebrated harpist of Cin- ers" are cut into circui, thereby causing Ferro, the press and with the same type to a great be it the coming of Chinese to this country cinnati, rendered an appropriate melody tho clock beata to fc repeated ov-- every 'Model Grocery" for extent, gets after the Post in this mean was defeated in of the L. N. road from St. the Senate 48 to 13 by from Weber. After an appropriate division Orleans, River Junction, Louis Fla., manner: "The old rooms in luncheon, prepared by Gilcher, Mr. and to New tho adoption of a at Third and Green, and amending substitute, continuing Mrs. Cochran left for their home in Cincinnati, Jellico, Norton, etc. C.Poyn-ter- , the Custom-house- , the present exclusion Maysville. Mr. Cochran graduated from Messrs. F. L. Thompson, D. looks lonesome to day." Evening Post. laws. W. L. Aenderson, Sam'l. McClure, Centre College four years ago and after- James McCall and Thomas Taylor comThey does; they does. They probably The Grand Central theatre and the law department of Ann from the hunters, feels lonesome and doubtless they is Philadelphia Times annex building burn- wards University. He is regarded as posed a party of ground-hoArhnr Nine animals were bagged lonesome. ed Wednesday night. Many people one of the most promising of the young-e- r Tuesday. was had by the jolly members of the Mason county bar. and barrels of fun were hurt in the wild stampede and sev- Methodist bishop who has oral nm mtcairwr ' Col. McClure's loss is Among tho guests from other places crowd. Their method ol running tho Tub African down is rather worn U. A. Cochran, Sr. and wife, R. A. weathtr prognosticator nominated Fred Douglass for the presi- $350,000. and is Baid to be tho invention of Cochran, Jr. and wife, A. M. J. Coch- novelGentry, dency baa a good name to start with Will who.it will beremembered FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ran, Mrs. Horace January, James Coch- by his neighbors, as a man who always Boomer. He wants to concentrate the neMisa Finch, Maysran, II. C. Currati, meat had a good supply of ground-hogro vote and show the two great parties its The Lexington races begin ville; Miss Kemper, Cincinnati; Misses on hands and by some unaccountable anJ. Leathers, Louisville; Mrs. vast proportions. It is hoped Brer Boomer Veach and will last two weeks. D. "Washington, C; Miss means conld procure any quantity on will continue to boom his man until he George Vaughansold to Herrin, of Sommers, Letcher, Rich- short notice. A short time since an in- One of the largest and most complete stocks of Men's, Uoys'Jand Payne, Lexington; Miss gets up a sure enough boom for him. It Rockcastle, 7 butcher cattle, at 2jc. neighbor boy followed him on mond, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Payne, Lliza- - quisitive hunts and discovered Iii'b plan Children's one of his ia time tho negro had stopped going to William Moreland bought of K. L. Wilburn, wife of T. A. of action. The hunter procures a terraMiss Belle the poll? and like dumb, driven cattle, Tanner 5 head of butcher stuff nt 3c to be of un- pin, drills a hole through the rear por(I doing the bidding of their masters of the For Sale. One yearling and one 2- - Wilburn, was adjudged runs a wire through it mind, Tuesday morning, and sent tion of its shell,wire about sound l-party. republican year-ol- d three inches bull. R. B. & E. P. Wooks. Her hus and leaves the i, novimri .it Lexinutou. -- Win, Mooreland bought in Garrard band left her several weeks ago, taking Iom. to tho end of which is securedlib-a Ever broughtjto the East End of the county. Also a large and well Gov. Russell observes the custom es- county a lot of butcher cattle at 3 children by a former wife, small ball of candle wick, which is cent. with him two said, assorted stock of Custom-Mad- e and Eastern tablished by thq former chief magistrate that this wile might erally sprinkled with coal oil.thoTo this a fpnrini?. as he William Holtzclaw sold to Johnson, terrapin poor .woman strip- lighted match is applied and of Massachusetts of using a new quill of Boyle, a lot of do them harm. The cattle at 2J ped herself and three little children is started into the animal's den. When pen to sign each legislative bill of which cents. ground-horushes naked, last Saturday morning, and went tho light appears tho he approves. The quills are used once The Cheshire Dairy Co.'s big stable to tho top of a knob, near Alum Springs, out into the arms of tho hunter or to only, and aro thim eagerly sought after at Parkville, R. I., burned aud with it where they lived, and was waiting for a meet death from his club. The terrapin For both ladies and gentlemen. Call and examine our stock before the end of tho excavation, turns as were the 150 horses, by Boston chariot to come and take them to Heav- reachesstill running from tho fire also, about, purchasing your Spring Goods. , ' women of the neighborclay pipes 'which Carlyjo was accustomWilliam Moreland sold to R. B. Wil- en, when some and after and returns to the surface of tho earth, after once kinson, of Junction City, a lot of butch- hood took clothing to them to come where his owner extinguishes the flames ed to lay outside his door-sil- l much persuasion induced her to another den. smoking them. er cattle at 3c. back homo and bring the children with and marches NEWSY NOTES. v. to-da- railroads except the Cincinnati Southern have extended the courtesies of their lines to the editors for the meeting of their association, for which they are duly grateful and lor which they ought to try to give a liberal quid pro quo. In speaking of the action of the Cincinnati Southern, an exchange says that that road had the "im pudence" to write that they would carry the editors in exchange for advertising. We do not think there is any "impudence" about that. Editors have no vested right to ride on railroads free of charge and it is only by the courtesy of their officers that they do, tho' some editors seem to think they have. As for ourselves, wo havo long ago determined to accept no pass, ticket or other offering, given at the expense of anybody or anything, except we are in a measure at least able to repay it. All tho The Senate voted to abolish the State board of equalization, but couldn't muster a sufficient majority to adopt an emergency clause. The Senate has adopted a resolution to adjourn June 15 to Xov. 15. The people would feel better if a sine die adjournment was had right now. Mr. Severs offered a bill to amend the codo so that in criminal prosecutions the peremptory challenges shall be limited to five both on the side of the Com monwealth and defendant. This ought to become a law, but we fear that it will not. Dr. Howard Kincaid has finally decided to locate in Danville and tins opened an office over A. M. Kiug's drug store. 15. G. Fox sold. Wednesday, for sadRichard Alexander, a Time, to E. J. Snyder, dle horse, by On of Cincinnati, for $200. B. G. Pox has farmed for Jack Dunu, of Garrard county, his bay stallion, D., to Dr. Sils Barnard, of Martinsville. Iud.. to make the seasons of four-year-ol- d Ed-dko- n 1S02-0- 3. Don't forget that we can malte yon close prices in Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Clothing and Carpets. Main Street, Stanford. i ft traiued Miss Mary Alexander, nurse, who has been attending Mrs. Logan during a severe illness, returned to Louisville Wednesday, leaving Mrs. Logan very much improved. The admirers of Rev. George O. Barnes will be pleased to learn that there are plenty of his last two books, "Credo" and "The Gospel of the Grace, or The Three Ouo Parable and Tho Two Salvations," now to be obtained iu DanL-- ville. -- her. The father of Mrs. Wilburn is A. A. Sheltou, who with several other men have been digging for silver on the Pit-- . man place, near Alum Swings. On April 1st Hettie Blevins was1 & fined $30 aud costs in tho recorder's) court. She was told that no capias AraL,coBC.untytoc.ll.DJt.x,mln,.1. chpc .,, , WjaL pA1;R would be issued against her until Mono!fml to the pvoflt ( Centra! KmlucLy day following. This meant that oppor At A. E. GIBBONS', tuuitv could be given her to settle up DANVILLE KY He can alir lumnh tou thett PAINTS. MI an v outstanding biifUU'M she might nave . . vtltviwiii-to leave the town and that if she sought 7 K I tho ollicers n exjxticncul aaJ praclual mn, and between the times state would not stop her. Whether between Get your Combinations Complete and Save Tuesday, 20th, the 1st fust, anil Money. she left town at all is not positively OtlUer Silliman saw known, but a woman on the street, heavily veiled aud dressed in deep mourning. He thought he kn?w her walk and fol owing her into the grocery of John White, on 3d street, he rained her veil and found her to be the e.ud Blevins. She begged hard to be released, saying she certainly would leave this time, hut Mr. Sillimnn. having no discretion m the mutter, put where bIio will her in the have to stay 33 days unless she pays out or replevies the judgment. Latch. At G M. the same day eho was put in, Miss Blevins knocked two plunks from the and away back fence of the she went. i WANTED. Five Thousand Ladles Gentleman h,8,l, ,,, AJS from Stanford y, to-da- v i Do You Need a Waon ? F work-hous- e, work-liou- so CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S o. A. R. PENNY. DRUGGIST AND JEWELER ) m & fc- - law-abidin- Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY 1- i ' self-inflict- m m El: - --- r post-offic- e N. Y. Seed Potatoes, Red and g Onion Sets, White t 1; Landreth's and Ferry's Garden Seeds in Bulk and Packages; also Hoes and Bakes. g JUST RECEIVED, CliOTJ ULiLJLi uTinKTi 1 Q g relic-hunter- s, Shoes fc "W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. A.?': fofcaA4&JG BHRRsga U.v .K.'i.A'-- i , iIj- L. .Jrtt'rikt. 1 kl HM-ll- , EMsjvrcn Jg! b tK bonnets Sunday, May Day, unless tho the artist. cold wave promised nips them in the Ben Graham and old man Estia, bud. who are charged with Btretching wires 1892 B. G. Govku lins bought of Dr. J. K. Stanford, Ky., - i rmi. 2il. The engines of both day passenger ocross tho Lexington turnpike, have fur- LADIES AND GENTLEMEN; Viinitrmlaieliis bouse and lot on upper nished the required bond and been re trains, yesterday, became disabled, leased irom tiio county jail. Mnin street for ouo hour and i If you would dress well and for little money, read the list of new the north-bouMag Spencer, Nan Bruce, M Irani c.WALTON,BUB.MonaKer Schooler and Sis Lusk, all coons, wero things now in stock at the new store under the Coffey House. We I am prepared to do all kinds of paint tho south-boumore than two. notified by the trustees that they must have ing and ask thote in need of such work MEANS BUSINESS. ArrF.Htiearly a week of beautiful, mend their ways and sin no more or Kaiiisey. " to give mo a chance. Jesse sunshiny weather, a high wind prevail- leave town. They chose the latter and Wall papkh nml tmlnta nt V. B. ""V 7CX J have left for parts unknown. Mrs. Paulina Hay received n letter ed yesterday, followed by rain nt noon. li As tho average life of a tradesman V, Enohavino beautifully nml nrtlstlrally from VanAlstyne, Texas, a few days ago, The signal service predicts clearing for is said to be only two thirds that of a dono ut A. K. Penny's. M. V. Smith, to day, with a moderate cold wave. farmer, it would be well for those who IH'v your books ami hchool supplies of stnting that her sister, Mrs. 9 nro not farmers and who am anxious to Shanton Pongcs, Satin Chcnna, Magnolia Mulls, Mulhousc Indias, wns dead. nil kimls from A. 11. Penny. French and Zephyr Ginghams, Mr. C. D. Powell, who moved hero linger in this world, to get a reasonable Printed Indias, Challics, Percales, I'maii Ijimlretli Utink'ii S'ihIh. In and Wool-FillinWhip Cords, Skb Itic'o Benge, my agent in Garrard, from Welchburg about two weeks ago, share of mother earth ami proceed to Henriettas in Silk Warp, W. H. .McKob-titpapi'ra ami in bulk, nt During his short the cultivation of the soil. Armenian Serge, Mohairs, Scotch Homespuns, Camel's Hair"Suit-ings- , before you sell your wool. Ho will pay is a hustler indeed. Chairman B. F. Slnvin has ordered Bedford Cords in cotton and wool; Crepons in Black and Colsojourn hero ho has built n good store- that meetiugs be held in this county on Have your watch, clock nml Jewciry more than anybody for it. A. T. work " repaired nt A. K. Penny'B. All room and will open out Monday n full the "th day of Mav. for the purpose of ors, China Silks and every new weave that is out. In Laces warranted. qf goods. His store is in tho Mil- selecting delegates to the democratic of Louisville, has stock Rkmkmheu tbntnll Bilvurwnre, watches. Pnor. Loi'is B(iau, county convention, to be held in Lancas" ritJKB, Ac, bought at A. It. Penny'B will gotten up a cln4 in dancing here, and ler Addition. .. ter.MayHth. Ihecountv committee is bo unRrnvt'tl froo of chnrue. e also ordered to meet at the twice n week instructs lih pupils in tho Cut. Wm. Geek is miking prep resi- May 7th. to build a handsome Terpsichorenn art. He uses the Owsley "PERSONAL POINTS. Tho outlook is bright for a largo Irish Point, Point de Paris. French Vals, Torchons in hand and dence on tho cut oir pike not far from number of presidential candidates in Hall. . tnailo n businesfl trip Big stock of Embroideries, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, A.T. Nin.nkllky Judge W. E. Vnrnon's. J. C. McClary November. Hie nominees of tho repub- machine made. While sitting on tho porch, which is to Louisville tills week. hns bought n couple of acres of ground licans, democrats, farmers' allinnce, pro- Gloves, White Goods, &c, &c. Our and possibly Mibh Jennie Dinian, of Lancaster, is nt tho second story, of tho Corbin Hotel, of hibition, J. A. McUoberts, in the lower end of new partywomen's rightsthe silver inter- a Engineer John W. Flowers fainted and Stanford and will also likely build. representing the KHest of Mrs. It. 0. Warren. ests of the Great West, will make five or badly bruising himself and Miis. S. A. Hkhiinb, of Crab Orchard, fell otr. sebreaking the small bono of one of his Dn. J. S. Aitleman was here Tuesday six tickets Irom whichthe people can is visiting Mrs. Stephen Burch. Mrs. Victoria coming legs. with patients lect in the Martin election. We and as usual was closeted will run upon the And Gents' Furnishing Goods are all complete and Woodhull Mrs. John P. Jonkh hns returned The Advocate siys that the Danvillo nil day. There was no attempt to arrest women's rights ticket and, is in fact, al- have the largest stock of Parasols and Umbrellas ever in the city. from a visit to friends at Lexington. , young men will give a return leap year him under tho ordinance adopted by the ready on tho track. Come and see the immense stock before it is broken. Mit. T. M. I'ENNiNiiTON, of Middlesbo-rowill Tho Columbian Exposition n few party tho first week In June, which city council, as it seems to bo generally came down yesterday to spend JT. probably bo the largest show the world promises to be a most brilliant social agreed thnt that body transcended its au- has ever seen; and If Barnuin were alive days. prepared to he ought to bo tho chief engineer of the came Ma. It. C. NuN.NKLLKY, of Georgetown, event. Over 500 invitations will be is- thority. The doctor give security and appeal tho case and show. As it is, most of them who have sued. his brother, Mr. 1. 1. is visiting was determined if it was decided in bis been selected to represent the nation any Mn. W. H. TiiAYLOii has gotten his to bring suit against the town for nnd the several States are without Miss I ton a Jones is back from a distillery down to fine running order favor, experience in the show business. A damages, in I ho U. S. court. man may bo n good lawyer nnd an estilengthy visit to Lawreuceburg and Lex- nml is making 10 barrels of whisky per .. yet know but little mable "The Keeley Institute of Kentucky," now tocitizen andcircus, a menagerie, of ington. day right along. He is feeding 500 manage a a of Washington hogs besides a largo number of cattle. Springs will bo theatre or n public exhibition. The as tho Crab Orchard Mn. II. N. Wake, known under the new management, will same may be said of handsome ladies county, wna hero n day or two eu route Shkiuit Steele, of Leslie, delivered open next Monday. George C. Web who belong to big families and yet have to Tennessee. Tues- Bter, of Indianapolis, will bo manager had no experience in the mntter of ex Mas. J. F. Holdam and Miss MplHo to Jailer Owens for day, Henry Brown, charged with the nnd there will be three physicians from hihitions. There is. however, some con shopBrooks, of Crab Orchard, were here solation for the managers in the fact that murder of Floyd Slusher, whom he tho famous Dwight Cure to administer they will, like the owner of the performping Wednesday. Geo. W. Tompkins, the clever repre- killed on the 2Cth of March. He is held the gold treatment. The cost of board ing bear, be enabled to say, that if they Job Co. without bail and wil remain here till will be from 50 to $23 a week and tho have not made much money they have And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have sentative of the Courier-Journgreat deal of the country. the next circuit court in that county. treatment S2j a week. Three weeks is got to seo a was here Wednesday. .. the shortest length of time that any Mrs. Ben Pvaldinu, of Lebanon, is O. J. Newland has bought of John A. .VEW ADVERTISEMENTS. is taken for and for the opium nnd ou a visit to her sbter, Mr. E. W. McBoberts a lot containing three acres, morphine habits a longer period is reSmith, nt Col. T. P. Hill's. situated on the north side of tho railroad quired. It is said that arrangements Mav Mn. Lewis ninimitAii Is very ill and prop will be made to care for UOO patients at a He between Col. Hill's and the Helm time. recovery Is regarded doubtful. his JCotice l herebv gnen lhat on April 30th, eity, at $'2' peracre. Mr.Newland will bl.l for the Inincnlie of extending Stanlonl All Styles and Colors of has n complication of diseases. The water works and electri" light ter Work and Kleelrn Lights through the town at an early day put up a cottage on it. ' Waltuu Guek-mmJohn ItitFe and mm ol KowUnd for n period ol twenty vcam will be plant seem now to be fully and finally received and opened y th Hoard 01 Trutie of Barney Wiikn the case of Smith Yowell, of Huston ville, visited I. SH ELTON. settled. Mr. B. J. C. Howe, for the Rowland. Chairman Hoard of Trustee. iS Higgins for attempted rape on Mits Fi- - Howo Pump and Engine Co., of IndianBOimi of Stanfonl's pretthwt this week. hnvo nulla Wood was called at Somerset this Jin. anh Mils. Joi. C. MiCi-ahapolis, met with the council Wednesday movitl into a portion i( Miss Carrie Por- week, he gave tho name of two men, night, when every detail was agreed upHome-Spun- s. ter's houso and will go to house keeping. supposed to be fictitious, and sworo that on. Tho schedule ia about the same as am Aer.t for the ( elcbrated he could not go into trial without them. prepared a year ago. Tho contract be Deering : Harvesting : Company, Mn. J. H. Uauoiijus has taken the Tho ciihe was continued till October and tween the town and company is now be- And effer their Marhinei t the people of I incoln agency for the Deering harvesting ma- Higgins remanded to jail in default of ing prepared by attorneys for tho town county. Their Ilindertaie unexcelled and their Ucapen and Motcii stand the highest of any in chines and asks the farmeis to give him 1,200 bail. of fixtun-xoand company and will be signed as soon the market me Alio keep all kinds Office at First . ee ham' liefore purchanup a show. J II HAL GH.MAN, While Messrs. Uobert Feiuel, Joe ns completed. Tho reported trouble Nati .nal Hank A. Pknxi.m.ton. of Mt. Ver- Stanford, Ky. liim of McWhorter, Embry and Jim Iteid were fishing in about the spring wns exaggerated and Knon, and M. T. Young, adjusted. Engineers wore up goon irienusnnii pjuvus ui iirei.tmun Dix Itiver, Tuesday, they espied some- was easily HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. of yesterday laying oH a side track for the thing wrapped up lyiug in the limbs were in tow n Tuesday. led them to wnter works and everything now seems Mn. W. II. Mason, of Lnncnster, was a tree near by. Curio-it- y I otter for tint the House and Lot relon?in; to accompanying this' far his climb up for it and they were quite sur- to indicate that they will bo built. It the ettaic of Capt. Gaines Craij, and adjoining over Tuesday, Dr. J B Owley, on Hustonville street, unforo, brother, Mr." Hugh L. Mason, of Chica- prised to find that the package contained will be remembered, however, thnt the Ky It ha fight tooms, gij.t well and necessary go, who has been visiting him. n black baby in tho last stages of decay. company which agreed to put them in out!iOues. P M. McROMERTS, Agent, Inst year went even further than .Mr. Emily Alkxaniikh has nearly There is no clue to the mystery. 13 it Miss Stanford, Ky Howe has, but tho difference is that ho recovered from a severe chsc of eczema. is a responsible man, who means busiBastardy, Miss Mollie Fischer, n ness, while the other company proved n Miss Emma Kenney, of Danville, will be German girl, who rank fraud. comely, blnck-eyeguest for the next few days. her Hays has joined her can speak but little English, was here Miw. AnoLi-iLincoln Circuit Conrt. Is Receiving1 His Judge Saufleyat Lancaster. John T. Cath,&c, l'lalntiffs, against J. 31, Sibold, husband here ami they hnve none to Tuesday to get out n warrant against Defendant. Sale in Equity (To the Kdltor of tho Interior Journal.) housekeeping In tho hoiwon Mill street Sam Moore, Jr., for bastardy. She has of a judgment of said court, rendered Ilv Laxcasteu, Ky., April 2S. Hon. M. In thevirtue styled case at the March term, iSjj, above recently vacated by Mr. Max Manes. which she says child, a Saulley addressed the citizens of Gar- I will on W. B. Daviess, n practical book is Sammy's, but Sammy refuses to ac- C. rard county, on last Monday, in an elo3Iay 9U1, 1892, Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. in- keeper, Is here for the purpose of cept tho impeachment. It is hardly quent and "well timed speech, in which comes probable that she is in condition to he presented his claims for the demo- At t o'clock p. m or therealut it being the is structing a class in that art and Lincoln the.May term, tSgi, cratic nomination for judge of this judi- cday ofsell at public auction of the lushest ccunt) His charges are maintain the proceedings. well recommended. bidder to the bourt, door in Stanlord, Ky.. the cial district. He and Judge Breckin- f efbrc the $"20 a course. hero by Mr. "II. ollowing described property situated in the town Dick Hampton, tho young son of our ridge had been invited Mn. John L. Bailey, of Crab Orchanl, county, Ky., being two lots T. Xoel, but the wife of Judge B. being ol Rowland, Lincoln are bounded Hrstlot said town, which brought his wife down to see Dr. Peyton friend, Peter Hampton, is a regular ill ho did not, of course, put in an ap- in bounded thus. Beginning at a thus- in stale is side of an alley and corner of a lot sold to Sayers; "Tuesday. She hns been in bad health snake charmer. He handles them with pearance. 16 poles 14 links to a stake, corN The best Chilled Plow made. Mr. aoel uiil not speax, inrougu cour-tet- y thence same: thence N 103.5 poles thence N. $jt for snmo time, but the doctor does not the carelessness that tho average boy ner to to Judge B. and for the additional W 5 poles 13 links to the beginning, containing Braced Mold-Boarher case is a serious one. think would a play thing and it is no unusual Patent Point. No strain on point-bolt- ; made of lot contains about acie nuecuon, al- one acre. The second Thoma Hall on the southC. Q. Bhekse, who has very etllciently occurrence for him to bring homo a reason that he hail tnroai wns able to talk on the streets and adjoins tho lot of the east and James and V though he the best material. Chappell on J filled tho position of jeweler at W. B. snnke of a peculiar variety Ho capped the greater part of the day. Sautley, east. m. (,. Haitinon the norm anu wesianuan aneyon I for Atlan- - the climax tho other day, however, by with Ids pure diction, his independence IhHNiuth. The first lot described will be sold McUoberts', leavts first and if that does not bring a sum sufficient to where ho has secured a position Mr. bringing in 13 of vnrious sizes and vari- of thought, his superior attainments, his pay plaintiff's judument and costs, then the last and his adherence named lot will bo sold for tnst purpose. iT Brecso's many friends regret very much eties. Baruum should by all means se- character for sobrietyan impression that Sale will be made on a crllt of six month", to the party, made ' to give him up. bonds required of the purchaer with approved cure him. References: J. H. McAlister, D. B. Stagg, J. B. McKinney, will tell at the polls. In fact it is the security, payable to the Commissioner, having the .. Mr. John K. Helm had an operation retaining a lien a men that ho force effect high esteem in which Mr. Sowell opinion of many leadinga fair majority. upon and propertyifsoldjudgment,the purchte mon- Wm. Beck, Clias. Dawes, JefT Hill, Bowen Givens, Frank Hayden, The until all the performed for cancer of tho stomach will carry the county by ey is paid and bearing interest at the rate of six Hollis Carrier, John Cash, E. H. Jones, Jas. Bibb, A. C. Cowan, H. Demociiat. "Wednesday, but it is feared that it is W. Givens was held was shown by the cent, per annum from date untU paid. Slid per For sale by sale will be made to satisfy a debt of $100.83 with C. Drye, Bowen Gover, Geo. Benedict, etc. too late to save him. He is a complete large crowd of friends who attended the six per cent. Interest from March 14 jSj, until ' CHURCH AFFAIRS. self, his massive funeral services. Itev. W. E. Ellis preachaction. pa d and $10 probable costs oflhis wreck of his former IK G.M DAVISON. ed tho sermon from Hebrews 0:27, after frame alone remaining. Rev. F. I). Hale has just closed a iStd Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court veteran reading the most comforting of chap- meeting at Shelbyville with 35 baptisms Juikie N. Sandifkii, the of John. It was a very mid 40 additions. drummer, was here Wednesday plying ters, tho Tho General Conference of the nvocntion. He tells us ho is going excellent effort, his words falling with his Methodist Episcopal Church will begin to move back to Danville next week, as gentle and tender effect on tho wounded nt Omaha Sunday and last a month. he can find no place wn earth equal to hearts. Tho procession to tho tomb Itev. W. E Arnold and family have numbered over 100 vehicles. returned from Bourbon. Mr. Arnold has Having bousht out the Jewelry stand ol W It. this, tho place of his birth. nearlv recovered from his spell of sickMcKoberts, the druggist, I am wiling out Mock Du. Johnston, of Cincinnati, decided at reduced rates to make room for an entire new son ness and will preach at the Methodist Johnnie V. Cook, the of Mrs. It. G. Hall that it was in tho case line. AllgCKKlsartlstUally of Mr. Sim Cook, left home couple of church Sunday. necessary to take her to hia sanitarium Parson Arnett, tho Saranac, Mich, weeks ao and has not since been heard clergyman, who stood trial last summer for treatment and she will go ngreed of. His parents are very anxious about before the Methodist Conference beIn Mrs. W. P. Walton's case he leading to his cause of his interest in trotting horses, y him and any information with Dr. Peyton that no operation recovery will be thankfully received. has nnnounced hia intention of withand that she will slowly recover. pulpit aud taking to Tho boya' eyes are slightly crossed and drawing from athe tho Bulky for living. ho is a little small for his age. He left CITY AND VICINITY. To All Friends of Bro. G. O. Barnes: And the wool better. Dip your Sheep just after shearing. homo with little or no money and it is I have consigned to mo a few copies of Fine line of toiletsoaps at A. A. War believed that he has not gone far away. Bro. Barnes' "Credo and Credulity," of copies of his "Gospel Two and a half gallons of Dip to ioo gallons of water will dip 150 ren's Model Grocery. This is tuo same youtn wno, n lew years and a number Tlje Two Salvations" the - of Grace and Sheep. ago, made his disappearance and after former at $1.2"), tho latter at ."0 cents. New link ofeigler shoes just 'receivmuch search wan found head downward Persons desiring to purchase them will ed at S. II. Shanke'. in the trunk of a tree not far from Ids please call on me or nt Mr. A. R. Pen-nv'- n Thoroughly Repaired on Shortdrn store. Whatever profit arises Fryo at Hustonville and home. est Notice. See James from sales will go of course to Brother F. M. Ware atMcKinney before you sell of Col. A. M. Swopo has at Barnes. Mrs. w. G. Welch, fetanlonl, The estate your wool. A. T. Nnnnelley. Tue annual meeting of the stockholders of the last been filially disponed of, except a Kv. The stockholders ol tho Hush Ilranch Turnpike Mill Turnpike Tuniervl!!e. McKinney S. Road Co. will be held at McKinuey first Saturday ar notified to meet a at Hubble first Saturday in GARRARD COUNTY. LANCASTER, Gimkey Refrigerators, White Moun- very small ninount. Judge Varnon tells purpose f electing Mav, tyi, to elect Uourd of Directors for tho Ir May, iSoj, nt a p. m, for the G. C. GIVENS, I'tws 17 ir. a President and lUard of Direi' r fur the ensuing tain Freezers, whitewash brushes and us that at the time of the colonel's deatl: . t.UUUfc, rres. The peach crop, although seriously year. 17 his assets footed up SS0,000, but the ac at McKinney Bros.' corn planters injured, does not appear to have been cumulation of interest nnd the increase totally destroyed. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the I will buy all the wool, feathers and of tho valuo of some of his property ran Co. for Hon. Henry Watterson thinks Rob- Stanford A: Halls flap Turnpike RdDirectors the Tho stockholders ol the Hustonvillo & Coffer's for The shareholders ..f the Hanging Fcrk & Green Mili Turnpike Road Co. will meet at Dr. llniwn's election of a President and Hoard of get in exchange, it up to $1)3,000, which amount was re ert Lincoln or Reed would bacon sides that I can m.i at the ensuing ve.tr will he held at amleveer store r..... T....rx.i.. iin.i r.i ui.i e..7,.,i,T. In ire'i ol ice In Hustonville int aaiurany in .m:i , isv. us Ma, f m tQ McKinney" on the iiyji in Stanford rirt Saturday in .May, iSvJ, at a p m, store M v;'"r.""' for dry good, boots, shoes and clothing ceipted for by Messrs. V. M. and J. II. make a strong presidential candidate, a ,,M tdeat and Hoard of Directors . ,w..v... .. J. S. LYNN, Pres. lor me purpoc vi Hniui. ,7 Bradford Jennings has announced uin, ..... O. C. LON, I'rri. market prico. John S. Swope, to bo divi-Jel&rd ol Direcf.ii for the ensuing rear among the 0 heirs. himself as a candidate for circuit clerk. at tho highest ENS, I'res. I W. 1. 1, Hughes. Judge Varnon says that strange as it Will Mason is also a candidate for re100,000 pounds wanted and nt may appear, numerous Bourbon and election. Woou. The annual meeting for the election of a I'reil- Tho drinking saloons wero closed in A meeting of the stockholders of the Stanford highest cash market price. Will have Fayette farmers wero paying the estate N'ew York on Sunday last, and it is Baid The stockholders ol the Stanlord .t Hustonville Turnpike for the election of a Mc-"pike Co. will be held at the First National Dank Turnpike O. will hold their annual election for a & Milledgeville 0 and 10 per cent, on mortgages, when flfcijlenta at Paint Lick, Lancaster, of Directors for the ensuing that tho drouth was bo severo thnt even in Stanford the first Saturday In May, 1891, and President and Hoard of Uirctors at at President and Hoard McCormacka iMay 7,. 1802, at 9 at they might have gotten the money at the side doors wero badly warped so stockholders are hereby notified. Turnmville at a p. m. first Saturday In May, 1853. year will be held W.W. McKITTRICK, I'res. Kinney and Hustonville. Seo them a,m. CLltTON FOWLER, I'res 17 J. F. CASH, Pres. 17 tjiey couldn't swing. 6 or 7, you Bell. A. T. X unnelley. oemi-Weekly InteriorJournal Kon Hknt. House nud lot on upper Main. Hns 8 room, fjootl well nnd-cia- tern. B. G. Cover. Look out for pretty girls and spring t Higginbotham's fresh coat of paint. store is receiving a Jim Crow Dillion is ... m ATTENTION, Tmi f' : do-layi- ?-000. nd nd Mc-Kobc- rts'. X UJH Tpbi IP ol JLivCtk JLJ g, TrYlPTrJC? JCj Jl S m V. All-Wo- Nun-nelle- y. m nra-tio- court-hous- We Have Everything New two-stor- Clothing, Shirts, Shoes first-class. S. HUGHES. Nun-nelle- y. SPRING CLOTHING ! safe-keepin- OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE al ent To Wliom It Concern Ever Seen in Stanford. i, 1 To Farmers. 1 Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them.' -- -- - M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. lURUPLEY, d Commissioner's Sale. ?S6 tWfatttft fjt8tt i three-months-o- ld Monday, court-hous- Spring & Summer Goods e - no-i- h The Vulcan Chilled Plow, d, jS-!(- 4 Has Latest Improvements. eed, Satisfaction guarant- Bo & Wo Mo WD ABEKT. MYoo Notice It? Engraved FreeofCharge Cures Scab and Itch, Kills Ticks and Lice, ' 1 1 11 t. iantc-jbssu- Watches, Clocks Makes Your Sheep Healthier MoKINNEY BB.OS. Turnpike Election, Turnpike Election. '. 1 Jewelry T B. H. DANKS. Turnpike Election. V Turnpike Election. 1 Turnpike Election. I Ex-Spen- ker 4 d "".,,., Turnpike Election. Turnpike Election. chool-hous- Stockholders' Meeting. o he-o- re V 'v r1- - - ...- - T. Semi-Week- ly Ioterior Journal April teed. Combined Stallion, Style Lexington Denmark, SIS to Insure a Living Colt. Ed. Barlow 2375. MAPLE Standard Hule 6. : SHADE : Court-Hous- STOCK Darn Me, Ky : FARM, Dorsey : Golddust. 12052. di-po- One third of a mile from Standard No. Stanfoiid, Ky., dam Kate Messenger, by Meenger, Jr.; 2d dam by Davy Crockett. Jr.; 3d dam by Red Fox 193 is a fine individual and a Brunswick, son" of Sumpter, 4th dam by At $5 for a maronnd Jo for a hone colt, to insure a months old Davis' Hambletonian. horse with a pedigree. about redjick 4 years old last Smith's Almont bv Almont 33. sire of UJoe is ahigh, biff bone and heavy October,and has Wo will also stand at same ldace the body hands Witherspoon proten himself to be a 2 13$ ! breeder. Fanny flne3.year-olblack jack, SMITH, at SS Westmont .Monej uue on nil vasoni wnen colts are tour 2 10, c. to insure. months old Mares traded or remosed from the Blackwood 74, bv Norman 25, sire reasonable Maros kept on grass at soutitv forfeits insurance. Call and evimtne my Lulu 2 14, May Queen 2 20, &c. Dam stock befrre makine sour selection rate. Not responsible for accidents or by Mambrino Chief. C M.Sl'OONAMOKE a escapes. Lexington Denmark is claimed to bo one of the handsoine.xt and most beautiT, Ij. & J. S. BAUQHMAK, Bgitod-.BELMON- T Danville, Ky. ful horses in Kontuckv. He is fashionaS bly bred in saddle and Hotting lines, is a grand saddle horse, a fine gaited trotter, and goes the gaits naturally. He has shown a 2 oO gait, both racking and trotting, without any preparation. He emanates from the highest class of saddle First dam Lulu Hell by Kentucky Clay niul premium hores in Kentucky on his 194, he byC. M. Clay, Jr., (Straders) dam sire's side and his dam represents some of the dam of Mambrino Patchen and Lady the best families in the whole Thome, 2 IS each: 2d dam by Downing s country. trotting This combination produces the Vermont, sire of Gill's Vermont 104, the best combined horses in the world and sire of Bonner Hoy 2 23, Black Maria, &c; those which command the best prices in 3d dam by Glcncoe, thoroughbred. all Eastern markets. Any one will have Montrose 0. was sired by Lightheart to see him to appreciate his greatness. 1301. trial 2 30: out of Moss Hose, full sis make the This celebrated saddle I will also stand 2 splendid young Jacts, season of iS2 at the Fair ital'ion will Richmond, Grounds, ter to l'rinccps, sire of Trinket 214; 2d Ky.. dam Primrose, dam of Princeps sire of Zmportpd Hidalgo and Bopa. Femrne Sole 2 20; 3d dam Black Hoe,daui At $20 to Insure a Living Colt. of Darkness 2 27. Imp. Hidalgo is o years old, black with Kentucky Squirrel and Pedigree This pedigree combines the Ilambleto-nian- , white points, 15 hands high and will is Description broun, high and 5 cars beautiful the Coyler, the Clay and the Ver- stand at $10 to insure n living colt. Bcpo elda this Spring. His 15'i hands and action are stvle, gait mont strains, with a thoroughbred base; is 14 hands high and will stand at Ss, unequalled by any saddle stallion in Kentucky, than any horse in and will show in his direct descent more due Oct. 1, 1S93, or when mare is parted having taken more premiums Kentucky Squirrel the State age. considered. than SO 2 30 or better performers. with. was sired by the celebrated Red Squirrel, the best Montrose C. is second cousin to Maud Lexington Denmark's fee will be due show stallion Kentucky eser produced, he by 1st S. lie is a mahogany brown, 10 hands when colt is foaled or mare is parted with. Mack Squirrel Kentucky SqirreTs Greydam by Eagle. itlack llinl, iddam by Todhunter's hich. n speedy trotter, though untrained. Mares kept at $2 per month, nt owners' Mack llird br Phillip's Mack Halcorn, by General "Will make "the season at my stables in risk. I solicit a close inspection of niv Taylor Mack Ilirds 1st dam by Calk's Halcorn, ' bv Peters" Halcorn, by Virginian, thoroughbred Shelby City, I. S. TEVIS, stock. 'Mares from a distance kept on gocd grass at f S Shelby City, Ky. per month, but no responsibilitv for accidents or Sire J by Cartel! ar 1061 AVoburn ja (the Fint dam W'oburu Maid, by by dam or Carver ?l ad dam . a Mambrino Mem-tigerP horse, 3d dam by Mambrino CaitelUr to6 by Volunteer s, sire of St. Julten He is a blood bay, loj hands high, left a uKl. etc; tit lUm hind foot white, heavy mane and tail, sonol t'otter'o Clav; Miss Nodine by Hammond, ad dam Weill Star, dam of foaled May, lS.sS. Artillery a aif nnd Modely a ad, by American 14; 3d dam by lleitraml. Stir Sired by Saddlewood. dam Miss Woburn ua by Hambletonltn to; 1st dam bv Smith's Almont, site of Ka- Cootcy by Telegraph jai, ad dam the dam of Geo Coolev by Friday By Young Jackson, ho by Stonevrnll tie Howard 1!1. Ed flirfow will stsml the season of tSaa nt my 2d dam bj Lord Wellington. Jackson, Jr. 1st dam by Dick Morean; the Saddlewood, a grand saddle horse, was stable iH mile from Stanford ounear New White 2d dam by Kpsolem, Jr.; 3d dam Hollo DulJerar's OakandDix Hier turnpike, by McssciiKer Chief, Jr. This lino stal- bv Wild wood. 1st dam by Star Denmark, Mill, at lion will make the season of 1802 at our the winner of 100 jiremiums, 2d dam bv a Colt 4 Months old stable on the S. O. I5auihnian place, 3 an imp. saddle stallion; 3 dam by Vcech s $10 to miles from Danville ou the now Lancas- llainbletonlan. I will alo stand at the same time and place my Wild wood was bv Blackwood 74. ter pike pike, young jack, 2 31, sire of Blackwood, Jr. , 2 22; 1st 29, 1S92 Will make the season of 1S92 at "Travelers' Best" farm, near Shelby City, Ky., at Hlack stallion, 16k hand) hich. foiled in iS5 i breJ by A Goldsmith, Orange county, New York. E. P. FAUXCONER. &.T3TiM.XTs&.JX of W. WALTON. RED FOX 195. i lt Insure At $io to Insure. d JOE E3IRREE, Full brother to Kstelle, tiinl 2 22. trial 2 tfS. and .Montrose, etc, a 13 mi" sivvii, nun irciiiiiuu con 01 'fca. io. lelephonea Siieil by Zilcaadl Oohldunt 4KX) (by Ctoldilust l'V), by Veiniont Mork'an). Closer lelalcd to Maud S.2 0SJ Sin of the ifrcat Electioneer. sirof SunolaoS'i Palo Altisao1, eti . ire of 101 In the J 30 list. 2 00 than any olher stiilliun.nnd JohiiMMi the flit Dam Mamie C. dam ( Den Moutelth a 11' t and At moor 1 aoV sire of Roiveiia, the fastest eatlfnsr Mallion tn trot in jmblic as fast in the world. -"f Psnivni'. Jiim of l1" , CHIMES 681S. ",,lkl's. (tI, fllsl mart, of i,0 ik.w fmiil y, ucotd 2 14 J. Whirlwind . hv (ifari Wilkes Dam SiKerlock ilam 01 StUer.ne a tK. bv Mambrl Sanuf Alevnne no Time, He Is the fashionable Wilkes and Manihriti) Patchen cress. He pra iicet Sih truce a aS 2 21, I'limiiuiiolddii-- t 2 2", i:Mcllv,"",n and is the youngest producing sire that ever stood In this part or the slate Dam Florence, dam of Intuitu 2 2'M Slreand grandsire ton a t j, bete a t; In the a joint; GenciaS l', MAMBHX3STO 3715, it, nettle lones to1,, Waivona l to1, Charles Ily Almont jj Dam l.yd, dMmoft.dr .MaJfiw a a ThN voung roadster stallion N nil inbred t.olddiM. Foaled in April. 1S87; is a bay. full 10 hand, speedy and unexcelled in style, action, llnlsh" itud lion. Co-rinn- e, SILVER 1 Hosa-si"- .. ATOKA 11942. Full brother to Soto ? and Kina II. 1 ot trial Son of Abdallih MatabriHO the creat sire trotters and producing dams. He is a modri stallion as well as a trotter, I would like to bleed your mares on the shares w, .worgni). V,U',r NAILOR 7621. blood. - 1 ,Ki,,llf,,s,,,n of VmWnst nn Morsiin DorM.y (.oldduHt will mnke il e -- .Mig Chief, son of (,nir Coiiift a?,f. ",c 2 IwfornierH have a tf Standard under Rules 6, 7 and S ltrwtl.tr in blmd t' tamhuul a 11. Day hirw. handsome andsoedr Sirtil bv sMltan a dtm Ntlly by Hambletonian . btamlmul 1 it and ellii' k'randsire nf loaud dams uf 4. rlettinc, uam J brel alike, sold for Jio.oooas a pair uf roadster, being vers fast J35 to Innurn K P tAl LCll.MK, 6Kor particulars, address with pedlaries it 1 1 1 with fine style, ultan, sire "f t in dam id Nallor, n Fnnl. Dansllle. Ky "" "" "e niistuiivlUupike, At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. ..,-?-- Kentucky MONTROSE C. CHIEF 868911 ,; performers with records Irom dam, Jlettie KlnkeaJ, ".nun for ncenlent. ... V1 " ,rt,flMbIe term,. given, out not plnre. W I'er- - At the same time ami mn(0 IMmetit has sired . His daughters hue 33 petformcrs to tbvtrcrtdit a 134 to a ..by Contractor 10I4, aire of Dr. West 174, and theatre ol the dsms of 11. .... i.:.. - .ll"V, Mill , elsI I lilnrL-- . a 30 performers I .1 V .. . son of Alexander's Alxlaluih sire of Lady Menrao by Jim Monroe 3 dam . "'S" "lie len.k'lli. iMUit and Mod v. Kitty Hates 2 i6"i, Monroe Chief a (14, and 7 others in a y. Full sister D Monroe a 38 7 ertrs old; Ii.th ptovvn hiiUM'lf a fniij by Duvall's .Mambrino. i ilam, ... . by thoroughbied son if Whip. ..... V.'ii.. Willl,.i,,. ." .UlncklMirii. 4 dim fr Conductor, the vre of Ilelmont Chiefs dam. was sired by Aja, full brother to Ottnz Girl a o, by """ 1... if Mii .uniniuoii : LW Embrv, "j Monewall Jack' Himbletonlan 10 Alan sired Applejack 1 18 and li'thers In 3 wlit Contruitur's first dam. Lady --u by uud secatid dam, Lady Van Mm. he bv John Ilaughnmn's uouicy, ny urren namoieionian, iuii orciner 10 Volun hvU, his Hautui br Abdallah t.Mrcof Hambletonian 10 I , .orUtr. -- four times through ti t dam and once thrMijh dam by Ilelmont Chicl traces rise times to Hambletonian K, , II y.he's Haunilml, hl ire. He also combine thn blood of Mambrino Chief and American Star It will thus be en he by Compromise h dania thit llcluront Chief comes from the greatest speen (iroduing fnmilirt. Cenlrrlns the concentration j,iuck jt,lnKt y f) and action, there Is n fctilned in brewing abuiit the results to be cf rccdblood.suc.stTle wiiiiisoti csmnly, io U-v- l to him. Torma, S50 to Inauro a living colt. Hub- 1 c, Rigistertd as Hob Link Slrd by the great 11ELMONT 4 Sire of Nutwood, the greatest livin,. sire, haviue 77 1 30 performers to his credit BOSOOE. ""1 .. )i", J. ' 1 1 ,i... It 1 V ;,(tun Vt j and others SULTAN sire of Starr boul t.yt by Geo Wilkes 31 j the sire of 71 lu the 3 j1) list, by Night 514, slre.d Red Cross 6t, . Minnie U'irren 1 a; and the dams of Kd Annan 2 !(' and s others in 1 lV b and the dams of Gen Smith t itVi crmunl Hero 141 siref Lady M j lam Iladger lliy 3 . aadtslie ..f Gen. Knox, .lie of llron Dick a i'.-ell.auy .msuu id', iieuun iv, iixiepemlence 3 214 I.a. dv Maud, the dam ol M ntars. v o. record 16W Vermont Hero be Sherman's Iliac Hawk iii dam b Liberty, son of IlUhoo's lljm lfloiilin. by imp. .Messenger, rnviuo aiainon Hy the Kingly a 11 16 1st 1 3 .lam. Laity liuntan dam, Josie,.. Hewrd i.joVJ. TJ2LJC uraTin, c '""" ,,. Hik !. At $10 for a Living Colt. ouoii. A Hen will bo retained on all rolls for 10 F. HEID, Slanford. in ERRICSSON, JR. Second cousin to Maud S , J,y See and Nutwood My ErricMin I'M) it)Ee 2 30 fa list .. Ui dam Ildloc, bv Old I'ih.t, oire of Pilot. Jr. 12 in the 20 list .. .Mmiibrino Chief and lihu, Jr, marw Maud nt the bend of the list as nrodiicinir ilnm , r l.rlcwiii 13. mtu of Knrelv 2.211, IXiblo 22S IMh.2 2.SJ, Eric 2 --4 NIg, , 2d!"!. I.ula P.. 2.21). OramMrB of ()laf 2 22. Omar 2 2.')J and six mli..r. im. Hon, by Mmiibrino (lilef, who Mred Lids liiinioSlft .and Ji others. Mambrino Chief UgrantMru of Director 2.17, .Mambrino Sparkle 2: IT, Piedmont 2.17 , Jllaelt Cloud 2.17. I la nun, 2.I7J, Croxlo 2.1DJ. Abbott-for- d 2. 10 mid 5 others In tho 1 1 At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. escapes 2 6w JASON WALKER Mares cared for at reasonable rates, but not responsible for accidents or escapes. H. L. OARTWRIGHT. The Premium Saddle Stallion, Silver : Tip : 169. ' STILMAROH. Ily The Magnificently lircd Saddle Stallion, Will make the season of i8ga at our stables i mile xestof Stanford, on the tlustonville pike, EAGLE : BIRD, low-pric- e dle 6tallion are cordially invited to look at my horse and see him move. TTn wns sired bv Second Jewel, he by Cunningham's Jewel, lie by old Washington Denmark. His first dam Fannie bv n son of Gill Vermont: 2d dam by Old Monte, thoroughbred. Lien rctjiiucd on colt till season is paid. Mares ".razed at reasonable rates, but not responsible for accidents, should any occur. G. A. LACKEY. Stanford, Ky. "Will make the present seaon nt the staStan-- 1 Description and Pedigree: Silver Tip is a red bles of his owner, 2 miles wet of bav with fine mane and tail, 154 hands high, hind ford, on the Shelby City pike, at the is a of and took 7 ankles white, and and model saddle horse; has the (Shown S times as a is a treat knee actor. gaits to perfection 1 certillicate; as a premiums and Sired by the great Silver King by On Time, son j of Stonewall Jackson wasn't shown at all) First dam by Skeedaddle, by Oliver ion cf Wag"Will make the seaon of 1S92 at my place oner; ad dam by Red Lion. He is a dark ' Pedigree: Description and 's 3 miles 'from Stanford on the Danville Silver King's dam was Mollie Mounce, by brown, full xixteen hands high and four Lexington, son of Ulood's Mack Hawk, ad pike at vears old tins .spring. 110 uas u nne inane i dam by Young America, son of Taylor's Meisen Living Colt. ger. Skeedaddle'a 1st dam by Medoc, ad dam and tail, with a- - much style and action to Trumpeter, 3d dam Aratus as any liorso in Kentucky. Money due when the mare is parted Mares sent to us ill receive good attention at reasonable rates, but will not be responsible (or Ho was sired by the great King Kagle, with or bred to another hore. 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 meninsurance. with a good mane and tail, o hands 1st dam by Star Eagle (best son of Cab-bell- 's ' Lexington i. high, foaled in 1883, and is a perfect sadBEAZLBY BRO'S & HAYS, Stanford, Ky 2d dam bv Hamlet Denmark. dle horse. 3d dam bv Harris' Denmark, son of Those who want to breed to a good sad- At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. 1. th Dam, Madam Harding 3 si. sire of the dams 3 JJ. l.i;r.mge 1 34, What ho 1 etc , ny Mrvens' llald Chicl, I In. sire nt the great id dam. Kate Tabor, by brtd inarv Minnehaha, the dam uf Ileautiful llflls a ay' , and 4 others in a llanibrliii. Chicl 1. Dre.1 v ( Sulmarch is a hciutilul brn 11, 16', hands hleh, Rv, Iam Angelos, Cat. He will sene a limited number uf marts at $40 to lnau.ro, or S25 tho BOftSOtl St'l nt Contractor others In TN, the sire of StamVml and17,6 by Orrrlan y the dam of Contractor lUrbara a 1 11 Kull brnther - Contrail i 31 3 ti, "r llcd j, 1 1 J P CHOW, McKlnnoy. Ky -:- SIS to Insure a Living Colt, BELLEVUE BY ALOYONB 2:27. -:- - STOCK of 1892. Ji', - FARM, $ ScnNon Cab-bell- j $10 Insure a Mandard and Keirisiered (Full brother to Quartermaster 3 sire of 6 In the '30 list at years old.) ! LANCET 7871. Standard under Rules 6, 7, 8. MAMBRINO STARTLE 4801 Majolica Trill a tj a nh full brother to Majolica ) foa,ed l6So SIKE OP a 15 He has shown quarters 33 Pretender is by Dictator, who sired three trotand Miss ters whose average speed is greater than any three sired by other stallions, ills Jam is a well bred daughter of Lancewood a son of Hambleto- a 15 of Mack Squirrel. 1st dam is (the dam of Mark Denmark and Monte Chris-tdam Lady bletonian; Rockefeller, by Amerl by Mack William. can Star: ad dim Par Star Eagle was got by Cabbcll's LexRichmond, by Hambleington, dam by Garraid Chief. tonian. Mares will lie furnished gra-- s after May dam Miss fctevens..., by Edwin Forrest, 2 3 dam Polly Stevcns by Mambrino Chief lstat S2 per month. Care will be taken to LANCET 73ri is brown, with right front heel prevent accidents, but will.not bu respon-siami left hind pastern white, and was foaled May e shoud any occur. 23, 18S6. He is handsome and stylish, high finish ed and has crcat muscular power. His legs and Alo at the same time and place I will feet are good. His sire. Pretender, is very fist. stand seconds. in Mre I b BY PRETENDER Son of Dictator and Winona bv Almont. by Lance wood, son of Ham: dam Lances Miller's Denmark. King Kaglo was the winner of more than 40 premiums and was never ueaien in mo mare or gelding. model ring by hor-- e, King Eagle nns sired by Ulack Eagle, the o $12 50 a Maro in Foal. by llnirriotl 77, sire of dams of Qsurtcrmaiter a n dam Mime (sireo 6 in list Casianlla 3 JjJJ. Kuu Wilkes a damof Cascanlla 3 3S4, Km; Wilkes k Isire ol Will Uo stand me votinj: JACK, by Mln- Oliver K 3 16H, Minnie Wilkes a 17, Ac of Oliver K 3 3 me Wilkes 3 17 &C the noted Jack llob McKlmv, Eioiit Dot. , of fine st) le and conformation and from bis rich LAna insurance. Guardsman is a rich brown horse, 15!, hands s inherltarceof producing blood hues, he should prose a tieat stock horse Too of his oldest cults, breediui; to cilher and trailing a years old. trotted quarters as searlink's in 17', and new etond. Guardsman's full brother, Quar cart4ls in list last year Ilr the records he or breeding the mare cNcwhcre renders 4 termasier, put two ajear olds, two 3 sear olds ami is the sreatest stallmn that ever lived In strnii speed early, as no other horse ever appnuched him In tho season due. E. S, POWELL. Guardsman has the same breeding, is naturally a fast horse, of equally as good indis this respect and hy should he not sire as minn sreed charactenstics stallion raie record, and tenty-fu- r (Sire of McKinney 3 11 4, champion others hon of George Wilkes 3 3J and the famous Alma Mater, dam (if Akjone s 1; with ) in list) Alcantara 3 33 40 in list Arbiter 3 r't, Altucltr 3 aSH, Alicia 3 39; Atmater, public trial a )H; Atlint pub- Hon In Kcntueky.IIN colti nruiiiitimiallr lic trial 3 ss. (,'ood size and color, it h jdeuty o'f Alma Mater is tbe only mare Using or dead who has produced three sons that have each sired a horse kind, xtyle and line movemesti with a record of 3 13 or belter. Will make by Sentinel s4o, sireof Van Armon 3 ists, Vivandlere a aiV the .season at my Motile, 1st dam Qui Vise 2J iiiIIcm from and 7 others in 3 30 and better ami uaius of C) press 3 31, dam of Quartermaster 3 31', the sire Hustonvllle, Lincoln couniy, Kv., on llio of in llstj Consul 3 art, of Stanley is a 39,, Nyana 1 330 Quastermaiirr 3 HuMonvillo and Liberty turnpike road, at Stretch ij aaS'i, Lenos 3 ti Waltou 3 aj'i. i.illie C. J asH, Ac. ) 3 Les 4 3 7ji, lllue Hells e er Errieson, with a record ns a of 2 30J. and hnlf brother to Eric,' with a ncord of 2 2ii at a wild to l.obcrt Ilonner for the sunt of $10,000 at that age. He is one of the Rrandt- -t slab Iit. 3, to Insure 3isire iS, his-h- IVi-miii- to al , $50 to Insure a 33are With Foal. 3-0- 4 GEO. DICTATOR flTs.VIMIUl. :,8(i2. Lord Palm Captain Lee.... Cnrinne tx years Fred (public trial!. Yeicr Mambrino Maid Collinuood Dom Pedro (3 years MyraStartlw Hoy .... J 26 ...- -J ...J 32 Kj'-- nicn. Will make the icascn of Stanford at At$fl for hoi se mule and colt. B. IMPORTED JOHN, ?S for IkCIIVCBIEIIfcTO CXJA.E.IC tstdam!... mare mule 1S9S at my stable in P. WOODS, Stanford, Ky. ....3 ... ,..-- astf $10 the Season or $15 to Insure. ....; 2 3 2 29,4 and Miss Majolici 3 34Hfby Clark Chief, sire ot Croxie a 19K sJ dam uiu ljujt, uam ui unn Miss 2 26K, Charley Kriel 2 16K. Ad 11. v 44. It of Harry Opt Walker a 27V4. sire ol the damdot, son of Wilkes 3 13S 3d dam by Parish's IMlot. the siro of Pilot. Ir 4th dam by Uruwn Pi- jtli dam by I it, sire of dam of Rotalmd 3 31. .Ia ..... tt Ilrtrnn'l Starie aoo, record 3 36, by Rysdvk's Hambleto steiys Amerinian. 1st dam LUiie Walker, bysort of Roebuck can Star: ad ilru by Blackbird, 3 15, Startle2 34 Is the sire of Majolica Chief Portia '9. by Miss Majolica 2 34H. Clark a dam Little .Nora, by Hay Mamlirino Chief, ist Messenger; ad dam Mrs. Caudle, dam of Ericsson a 30. Clark Cnief sired Croxie a 19U and fio others ot 3 30 or better performers, His Uauehters proluced Vhaliis 2 13, .Majolica 315, Wilson Mne of his 3 16K and 17 others in the 2 30 list. tons have sired 37 2 jo performers or better. Cupt 31V,, by Tecumseh: dam by Friendship. Walker 2 ilkes Capt Walker 2 37 aired dams ot Harry 1 31, a unariey rriei a io;.i Gen Garfield Kate Ashland Miss 3 Itie lteinsj!i, Little a,. 1 K ,MUED BY MAMI1R1NO STARTLE 45or, : I dam Alice. ..by Alnmnt:i3, rectud L'.JIOJ, Sireof Mambrino Maid 4' '7'i. Co'linwood i Standard bv Abdullah o (sireof I his nne saddle stallion will make the season of 3 aSi, Contino 33 3i4, Veiser lJcy 31 3 ol . mile track, on Don j53 at our stable one mile west of Mcwormacks , ,.1 Pedro 3)337 bv l.vle Wilkes 464J, sireInstant lllood bay stalhor Ltacl points, M b.nis hih, (Mlil.tiiitli.MnidiMl and ,.U( of Hell First dam church, i.iea iw7. ,, Ilolmont, sire of Xtit- sm1(l ,llL. f iiM,o nt Mnl0 fm,r 3 ay. Danville Wilk.s 3 37, Chles a 39H, Konanu Trial a;a, uood 2: iSf ) dam bv MamMattie Wilies aw, Lulu Wilkes, trial a 3 SIRED 11V PIHOSKV 3 mj08 yMtl i)( .Slnfonl, Living Colt to tlu t.v,mv rtKid George Wilkes sire of on naif mile track, by ' brino Chief 11, out of a a t6'4. Sire of Klngtoska 3 15. Mart Isu a i,v$, public leniliiK- from Howl.uid, and will be likes an Till weaning time; colt standing good until season rv Wilkes 1 nK. uy Richardson a , dniiKhfur of Pilot, Jr., nutted to SOI vo 'o mare 17, 1llarou So So 3 315V,. &r. J. II 3 M. .Veli.e O Neil 2 money is paid; mare parted with forfeits insullton 194, (siro of the dam of Minni V.'11. 1 ,8. Rnsa H Ikes 3 18S, rance money . Mtd.i-Kbai Jane, dim of Maud Messenger' . and Description and Pedigree: Ho Is a dark bay, Joe liurker a 191 Tom Rogers 3 30 siriil 60 others i i6tf. Merit 3 17. by Gentle ibeeie J4S, siro ot S. 1! (Wl 8 10 'InSUrC a LlVing1 Colt. Almont sire Irom His sons base 3 154 to a 30 from i3J ( hands Inch, very heavy mane and tail, game m in the 2:S0 list r i'carl .lCUIUul ziuuuu uan .uuu.iiGcnvi very gracefully and 3 13 to a 30 ind daughters are the dams 0130 from ami Pearl 337 ad ilam Kilty Rivers, dam M anncarries himself Vorkshl-- e by Ducrinton and Pod eroe.Ho Is a - dam bv Xoruiau .'o i.iru of Lulu in fact his rider says he stands without a peer in 3 ioli to 3 30 Second dam the Helm's Ashlai.d licrtie win a T, ny siesanucr r.suuii,ui 11, sue dam of as a saddler. Notwtth. by Imp. Yorkshire, sireof Ceutnl Kentucky 2;11, Mav Queen '2 "20; Goldsmith Mid 3 14. Almont and lieimem. sire beautiful mahogany bay. black inline and weeks, Chiel, sire of lllack Cloud 1 nH, lllue Cloud 7 37, cf Nutwocd a ie4, w no 111 turn sireu .iiancuc, iuii, t yetirs 11111 iiitn 01 .unv, 10 nanus standing his being handled only three of the dams, of Norval Mambrino Stnrtle full bro- ,;g, ai1 woighs l.'.'OO pound's. COIlllIinttllwhen hu went lame and was turned out, he would Ashland Kate a ajK and Miss Majolica (sold for (lam ol Anon 3 J d ', and Ml.l fur $1152:17 J, Fanny Robinson ther to Majolica a 15 defy all competition. sireof the uam of , , 000. 3d asm ny M for $30,000 -77,ii. ami the ad dam d Red ' He was sired by Second Jewel, tho famous pre- Sis.oooj by Startle 3o trial a 14 Hoainnco niul nyiiinietrlcul in 2:20f Norman Medium kVnl.irVv mium horse, he by Cunningham's Jewel, he by Mrstdam Jessie Kirk, dam 01 .Majolica, record Wilkes, mreol R.iloh Wilkes. 3 enr-n form. Sited bv thu late 3 18 and 2:20. etc.). by .Morse i.iununc '"' Washington Denmark, ist dam Lillie, sired by 3 15, Miss .lajouca, iriai an. above, by Clark sold for J 30,00 also sire ol 3d dam of Mambrino Screuuier; dam by .Second (Jill. , and dam of Ilorfrefi; lstdainSlocuiii Stonewall Jackson. another premium horse, he by Westchester (3) 2 39in Maid a tsM, Petosky 3i3, br Georjre Wilkes jty, Scrcamur, was too 3 30 and the dams of eleven in Lincoln mare, by Maynuiu Washington Denmark, he by Mack Denmark, etc. Chief ij, sire of six record 3 33 sire f Harry Wilkes 3 13',, and Guy Lady 3d dam by Gleneoc.he by Imp. Glencoe, and so Irom air1! to 3 jo Second dam Old aSV,, by damct Wilkctai5i, William I.., Red Wilkes, Ac. nt county to need any further mention bore. Capt. fharl-- v Lriela 16V.. Little Miss 3 to insure in foal FIT DOLLARS on 3d dam by I cm Hal, out of a Copperbottom. dam Fanny, dam of Nellie O'Neilasi'f, Katie .Marei bred to this horse, if tradud or !1 dam Yoiiiir Tivyman mare, by Look for a moment and observe the crosses of Walker, sire of the dam of Harry ViIke a 13 338, Ae, by Irent 3 35K1 J'm Jackson Pilot, tira by Coetir do Leon (llerisj this horse, and you will see that he is backed up nnd five others. Third dam dam by llrown Pilot Jackson Uailmuticioaeiy reiaieu in ntimii a 101 sire 01 1 11 removed from the nclnhborhood without Fourth by the best striins of saddle stock in the land. A of Uttie Jcne1. 330 Old Twynian mare, inn- Lvle V, ilkes bv George cahontas, wagon record a I71., alto grandsircof Ntllsiying me II UU tliev art 1101 III IOIII, f dam 1. Haili.t v.i.w ,t?m look at htm will be sufficient and a liberal patron-nge- is Smuggler a isJf- - ad dam Polly by Cadmus, son of iiirl.iit llin kniunn ...... flu, .uiniv, .,u ,.,.v, fim. traced. ) v.. 7w.. nml 11,1, itwuinv ... Wilkes 3 3. First dam hy American Clay, sire of . very kindly solicited. the dam of A, r.cupse, sireof Gano, aire "oU1 a ,liL" Tuned ltl race 1 30. record 3 Geoiiok Dictatoii will make the season Mares kept any way on liberal terms, but not three In 2 30 and the dams Ol 33 in 3 a30. areonu American "lc co'l ,,,.,;f ,1,.. , & sire1 1 homo 3i8',and Mambrino Patchen, uav IlUck, f,led tS37 dam by Mambrino Chief, sire of 6 ia 30. Third ot the amsof Guy Wilket 3 responsible for accidents, should any occur. i, William . tire 8)11 money is paid. Males kept on grass of 1802 at sire ol 6 nf dam Mrs Caudle, dam ol Ericsson 3 30-. GAM II ETTA WILKES 336, the Axtrll a 13, .Vc. 3d dam by llrown' lieliround- - at Si per month, ut owners' risk. M. CARTER, JH. of 4 J. in 3 30, Startle 390, by Hambletonian to, sire m 3 30 list sire of 17 er, sire of the id dam of Ilelmont hi and the vl in 3 30 and dams of 63 First' dam by American das of Wilkes Hoy l foii.l ... .u..H..a ... . JAMES H. PEPPLES, JR., sire of Conttantine !... !.. ... iiit. ...umu. 1. nTrrA Chft ' IIIUII,"' a . nmm .wv. Star 14 sire of 4 in a 3 and thedamsof 45. SecT a io4, told lor 527,000 at public auction, ( Basil Duke 3 3S' and dims of Don J'lnirro i,T-t, "T1 My fine saddle stallion by On Time nnd f Stanford, Ky. ond dam by lilaek llird V. Dan Lnrenza 306. Mistake 2 31'i .jlji --s. mmmw'iill thri 3u . W3 I wish to remind breeders ot the fact thatth McROIIEHTS S34 is a beautiful bay, out of a Stonewall Jackbon mare will also Mile, bv Son of lhllv Boice 3 u. 1V Cor Wilkes family isthe greatest on earth. They sell hands high, star snip and left hind fool white, Registered. make the season nt same time and place, stud 3d dam by Helm's Yorkshire, thorough-FIl'Tmoat, command Tho Premium Young Saddle Stallion, raney and commanding in appearance, iroo I, flat for the ou. Sale of tome the highestfollows:Ices and AMell Wilkes as breed By Second Jewel 48. bone, well muscled and one of the grandest horses $105,000, Lumps $60,000, Acolyle $40,000, Prince DOLLARS to insure in foal. ' Dam by old Stonewall Jackson $10 to a a man ever drove Goes without boots or weights; Wilkes (gelding $30,000, Conttantine $17,000, Colt. will pay a premium of $aoo to the ownerof This fancy saddle stallion will make the setson has tiottrd quarters in 44; was unvtu ai.oui u Ralph Wilket Jio.oco and oth Ins colts est in 1893 which obtmn a record of of 1853 at our stable 1.. 1,.. I !! liv Mr. loe Ilrvan. who savs all he Ilarnharl Si c.ooo. mile from Mtlledgerille, and upward loo numerous to men- better, provided there is 110 change in rules Lincoln county, Ky , on the Stanford and Mil is handling to make a trotter sure Being ers forSio.ooo Red Wilkes, Alterton, Guy Wilkes and Ax istration and we own the horse when record edjevillepike. Owing to the scarcity of money, needs nnnrttrtoiTthv. Mr Ilryan adsised me notto tion.command stud fees ol Si, 000 each andagooill " Will make the eeaon of 1802 nt my le. He is limited to 30 approved mares. In tut tell wo will stand him at have him handled until fully matured I will also name a slnblo in Lancaster, Ky., and will be perstand near pedigree there are ten producing sires and ix many more of tho atthird S500. This lino draft stallion will mako tho generation which show few Will.es producing dams, two ol them being In the great how they bred on: Monbara 7 year old record mitted to nerve mares His pedigree .contains all the present season at my farm at brood mire list year old record 222, told lor 3 6H, Potition 3 Living; Colt. Moner due when colt corrrts or mare Is parted fashionable blood. He traces twite ti Hambleto- $10,000 nt public auction, Athadon, the champion At $15 to Koaled i833. Trial 3 35 at 3 Years. with. Marcs gnted or fed at reasonable prices. nian 10, mice to Mambnnc Chief 11. 8, once to vearline tuition, record 3 37. On both tire and with a Harry Clav D RV GAMIIETTA WII KF.S the Not responsible for any accidents should any oc- American Star 2. twice 10 dam's side Itrceze Wilkes It related to the follow . I.lK.V UUTAtSUn. aire of 17 in 7 30 list. strong infusion of pacing and thnrouBhiired blood ing noted horses' Sunol j oSVi, Palo Alto 3 08V cur. ,., Gilt Edge it a beautiful red sorrel, flaxy mane He Is bred like Mambrino Alaid 2 17JJ, told for Mauds a.3K, Nancy ; Hanks aoo; Allertonsc-jV- , McCrcary Is hands higii, a benutiful He has proven himself a splendid breeder. lam Silly, by Alert, by Hambletonian 10 sd 6 000, being by the same sire ami their uwioy Nelsons to.jay K)eVee) 10, Ariona of Proctor 2 19$, Ilorden 3 38. and tail, is hands 3 inches high; was foaled Sept, I also have ilence, dam 10, Direct bay, 5 j'ean, old, has magnificent carria"0 son ot Georpe Wilkes. He has two colts foaled 306, Roy WilkeasoSJJ, Axlells 13, Red Wilket, .....I exauder'a Abdallih a 43, sire of Goldsmith 6, 856, and ia a perfect saddle horse. both bays, large and fine, and Is an extra Guy Wilket, Ac. Red Wilket and Axtell uia.le n"'on aml. liith Ktvln ltr hntli 1.11,1. Gilt Edge was showed as a 3 year old and took to date, 14. 3d dam Woodbine, dam ol Wedpe-31- 9 ,''- Was Sired by btOHOWIlll Jackson, Every mare he served last year, seasons sure foil getter and Woodford Mambrino 3 3ig Ily the sweepstake premium at Klrksville and DanJr., at $10 each beiore they become fainout, tafe In Toal. He ville and in his own ring at Harrodsburg. Those w.th one exception. Is, I tbmk, my stables at Mc- and you now have the opportunity to breed to he bv Stonewall Jnckf-ou- , ord, sire of the dim of Driguoli 1 39);. ho bv Washing-nreei- o of tS at Which I xvill stand at the same place and j Wilkes at the low prceot DOLLAItS to insure in foal. who want to breed to a good saddle stallion are will make the teason E ton Denmark, ho by Imp. Hcifgpfoid. cordially invited to look at our horse and tee him Kinney at the low price ot :ral Itoyle I 16 hands with fine style and rr.ove. JlcCrcary's dam was Lady 1'arks, (an time; d trotter, Colt. ul extra saddle mare) by black Diamond. good bone and a good, He was sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunning Colt, a to Three Wiley $8, nk it will bo easy for huu to take a fast rec-- s ham's lewel.be by old Washington Denmark. He it an an excelldnt individual and quite prom. sired by llrinker's Dreiinou. ho bv Davy season. He was stake winner at His first dam Minni by McDonald's Ualco-Money due wben colt stands up and tucks, mare Islug.also an exceedingly yur foal getter. Will Crockett, (it Canadinii). Diamond's (lain yearling 1 s6. Look hit record at 3d dam by Wells' If not sold before tho season opens. dam by you will find him a choice Stonewall J acktan, he Crusader, his 1stDenmark, partea with or bred to another horse. aoason of 180a at Charles Dunn's. aU miles ,na i, "st.l by Wathlngtou H over carefully; ri.t..r. 0.1 ' " ."3 Will pasturoiunrcd at S2. but not respou- but make w",ci Good pastuie for mares at reaspaable rates, any Irom Stanford on the Ruth Branch nlke. 'A lien ." "" V Y.', he by lilac Denmark, bit in dam by Crusader, Vpsrted with, season forfeited. Mareskept be by Old Whip, .ad dam a Rocky Mountain mare. wilt not be rcspo"lole for cdd:nti. should vucuv, t,tiiorougiiore(i;. j.auy rark a (lam retained on colt nntil season money is paid. oiuiu uir risk. was nn extra saddle more, by Shakespeare. occur. inable rate CHARLES DUNN, MADISON SANDIDGE & SON, S. ALFORD, GEORGE E. McKianey, Ky. Stanford, Ky, 10 T. IJ. WALKER, Lancaster. 4 6 Central Hark, Danville, Ky. Milledgevtlle, ky BY STARTLE 3 3 Sire of Majolica 3 15 1st dam Jessie Kirk 3 is'.i (dam of Majolica SIRED Call In and see a fine individual with an excel29 Jl'Sj lent pedigree. I. M. BRLTOE, 37 Stanford, Ky. 6 t 3 15 MoBolDertB Foaled 1837. 3634. 11V MAM1IK1NO IH'DI.KYi 10,. ..by Clark Chief $9, sire of Croxie 3 'i and 5 others In 1 10 and bettrr'and dams of Maiol Murk Mallloti; foaled in ISSt; 15 huntU ics. a is, Wilson a 113, I'h.illas 3 134, CorlUid 3 and 16 11'htrs 111 3 and better high. byl'ilot.Jr 13, sire of 9 in 'tolist arnl lams.Maud Sil4ol4, Jsy Kjh ee 39 Nutwood 3 ad dam.... 310, , and 39 others In the list 1 lie Slrod by Diotator 113. 1 iSVj (with 77 in list Viking 3 lytf . Mambrino Gift 1 greatest Lrooa mare s re tnai ever uvcu Sire of K10, 1'IiiiIIhi 'J l.'lj. Mambrino Clsrk is a handsome chestnit stallion of fine individuality and at the very low fee, lid large ilass of breed,-t- s whoarc unwilling to pay high prices but want Direelor 'J 17. and :M others in tho '2'M signed to miit the dimaiid ol a rlno ClueT cross. Mambrino CUk should not onlv aire iim. nun ihiiu ir) in wireci i':uu. good blood With the great I'llm, Ir micv Hank IhlW, Lockhart 2:MJ, ami j;: then trotters, but producers as well $25 to Insure a mare with toat luvjiid should maie not print in foal. Mares kept at rea in the 2 N II Note required at time of scrvire. you by HambKidn- Dicta sonablo rates, but not rtspcnsihle fur accidents ian ulre of Kleclimieer, (uMre Wilkeji, 0 D. M. BOWMAN, JR., BurRln, Ky. Jny-Kye-S- 0lit. Wedgewood Insure a Standard and Rejistered 43(?. Breeze "Wilkes. -- 'SCREAMER JR. Kir-tn- al Dexter, etc. i dam (Mara, (dam of Dexter ' 17. Alma 2.'Ji, and Astoria '. LtUi by .Vmericidi Sjar 11 (siie of the damn ot Gu '211, Hubert Me(ir(jor J! 17J, eic.l At $10 ,.. liar-Wilso- n 171-4- a , At upiK-ade- d ' to-d- oar-ol- - ot null-know- ;'. 3$, HN-dre- well-know- n Ho-nu- sh GAMB0MT0 ld S419. ..... ... Jii ," w f-f- 0T w. ni, S20 to Insuro a Living Colt. Insuro Living tH V Mccreary .131. At Insure a BRATJMOITT. A 2NERALBOYLE9145. s, $15 to Insure a Living Colt. $10 to Insuro a Living Colt. j 1 1 - FOUR GOOD JACKS, at $10 and TV-FIV- pure-halte- $25 Insure Livo $20 to Insure aLiving n. J at toner' M,u: """" i .s. x.& M. BAUCHMAN. 6 ' Stanford, Ky. "Yi- - - &v. t.r -- Jgjg8 CONFLICT OF AUTHORITY. mill llnn is riiuilly Argument. n "If wo hnrt a hou.o of rooms, Loliolin," mid Mr. McSwnt, st-ti- n down Ills coffee cup with sotno ami mifriiiKliU voire, "Isliouliln't kick nKiiiiist your filling n few of tlioin with gi'WKawa nml jiuirrnrks mid ciirloH. hut I ilo ohjt'ct, inniliiiu, to your limiting a Jnpaiit'to lir.2iiar of tho MeSwnt dwell ing." "Simiily Kcauso I want to get n sinnll enhinot," iilied Mri. JlcSwm, "to hold a fow mitiiiuos jirt'ueiitwl to ma by friends" "When you have two old huroaus and a hair trunk and a client full of Itoroln tionary relics, a mahogany wardroho cmo of filled "with Indian costume, old English books that no man alive can read and a box of dried bugs and in Kects already, mid no place to put half of them except tho lihrnryl" "You K'em to find room about tho hoii5o, Billigerpfor a collection of horrid old nu'tTscliaum pipes and rank old Miioking jackets, anyhow.'' "llut I can't walk nbont tho hou.o at night without stumbling over a box of honied frogs, or knocking down n cabinet of desiccated butterflies, or jamming my head into ono of your priceless hornets' nest." "Ililliger McSwat, you know ns well in I do that you can afford to build an addition to this house, if there isn't room in it for nil our things." "What is tho use of building an nddi-tio- n if you expect to fill it with autograph albums and stuffed lizards and Mm, .MrSwiil forty-ncvecm-plms- Sir. is 11 lllshoit Coxe'a I.lttlo Story. Bishop Coxo, in his lecturo nt tho Young Mch'h Christian association yesterday, told this Btory: "When I was rector of a church in Baltimore I ued to see a dear old lady in tho garb of a Quakor very often in tho congregation of tho church. Ono of tho wardens said to me, 'Mrs. is a great friend of yours.' " 'I am glad to hear it,' I paid. " 'Yes,' mid tho warden. 'Sho said to mo. "I love to hear your pastor preach, but I should like him so much better if ho did not receive money for it.'" "'But,' said tho warden, 'ho iay& $20,(XK) a year for tho privilege of preaching to us.' " 'Din's lie, indeed? and how so? asked tho old lady. " 'Well, we wore educated at tho same time wo are about of an nge and I earn .V,0t0 a year at my profes-iou- , while he only roceives " 'I tell thee,' said the der old Quaker, 'I shall always hear him hereafter with a great deal moro pleasure.' " Buffalo Courier. Anil Why Not? Commissioner Ilaum donies evcrj thing and expresses disapproval of tho manner of the investigation. Tho halter begins to draw, nnd it may not bo long until Mr. Itanm may Ihj expressing an adverse opinion of tho law which author Izra an investigation nt all. New York Advertiser. Til.' I'uopln Utile, After All. Tom Heed's decisions have been af- T , i i MANYGOODS vfl .,1 i firmed by tho United Statos supreme court, but fortunately the case stands remanded to tho ieoplo for a rehearing. St. Louis Republic. Inter-Ilfinanil It. Swretary Elkins' interest in tho seal monojKjly demands that Mr. Harrison bhould stand firm in everything jiertain-into the Bchring heals. Louisville CUT PRICES 30 DAYS. ZTZ": The smartest of men may make a great mistake once, but he is"not TI"'Sis SeVrU""S' I,MVebOUe"tl0manyg00dS- ii IMMiin' ! mistake "yofase.ebr cthe pen- - lth g Courier-Journa- l. Or In Any Oilier Direction. To all Republican presidential dark horses: Whoa! Tliero is no fodder in tho direction in which you are heading. MUST Bl SACRIFICED At my expense, so for the next 30 Chicago Tribune. The rirnt Cniitmls;n Simc;. She's lnutlln for thu cuiiiiai;u, die's (allln Rtre-.uiili- days long and deep cuts will be made in all A Too llaj- Cllillr. - 1. Into line: An when thu mm iiln'tbtilnln you'll whcr rise and oliinc; Willi lwc rolhil up. hair her claims ahe's koIiik to prove: She's K()ln Bllnimerln. cIimuhIu, old Georgia's on tho move! Oh don't you hear tho UuuiK't? soon and lule. Dry Coods, NotEons, Clothing, &c. br?y It's blowln rticS '''blaCk' FrC"Ch :"'d Zcp"'r striP- " and ". cl,ccks Md Ci""ha'ns' .nclourg GdS' 4rr"y - Cloth li'edford " An stumps uro nt a premium throughout old Gcorpla htnte! They're shoutln an Uioy'rofotiithtln each man hl cam) to prove; Prom hot ucaUier clean to breakfast, old Georgia' on I ho move! Allonla Constltatlon. For yean Iheedllurol llio lturllnRlon Junction, Mu , l'oit list lei'ti subject to cramp colic or fits of lndlgdtion, which prottneed him for hours and unfitted him for buinvti for two or three days. For the tait year tin lu been utlng CharnberUln't Colli, Cholera and DiarrhiiM ltemcdy whetieer occMon reiiired nnd it hainvanab y cicn him rellel 35 and 50 cent bottles for snle by rrotnnl I. llourne, Drucgitt and Uplkuti, Stanford, Ky. m things?' "You enn save a corner' in it, you know, for your old lxR)tn, dear. I can't walk alxiut tho house in tho dark without stumbling over n pair or two, or go down cellar without touching fromothing and bringing down a uhower if them on my head." &h JilM ly n us sr Ufl rX &,- - And they must go. All Shoes must go with the rest. My stock of Clothing is simnlv were bought direct from Eastern manufacturers for the hard gt?nt Ihey cash and man's profit to pay, and now on top of this there is a deep puts them b owCinln My entire stock of goods were bought from the'leadSg -prices. Remember the cut is only for 30 days and on accoun and the unprecedented low prices. I do not believe they will last tof mrougn the 30 days, so come at once and get first choice. Yours Truly, Hustonvill SaCJElAM llilNMNJG!i S -- Sf R f rf WhlG5S Ltauu1 gds S ff lu ' Jy r I "J Fliegendo Blatter. A Smart Utile AVoiiiniu Jinks Minks' wife is a mighty clever little woman. If there were more women like her there would Ik) fewer di- The best salve in the world lor cuts, bruises tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hanili, chilblains, corns and all skin crup Ducklln'H Arnica Salvo. JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. AND- B vorces. She kuowh how to keep tho domestic machinery running smoothly. may Ikj of interest to posterity." Dili you hear what sho gave her d CliMirly this would not do. The disfor a birthday present? cussion was lx'comiug irrelevant. Mr. Binks No; what was it? MoSwat rotio with dignity and put on Jinks A big leather covered Kix conhis lint. taining 150.000 collar buttons. Now "LoWia," he said, with his hand on York Weekly. the doorknob, "as tho head of this famThut Account for It. ily I fchall insist hereafter on my right. Coupltr of loafers discovered gazing at If you are going to turn this house into n World's Columbian ijKsitiO!i," ho a placard: "Lost, a black poodle. Ono added, in th stately manner of a groat hundred francs reward." "Look hero," snid ono, "supposo you man Hmfrnnriug an ultimatum, "I nlmll tnko them the dog wo btolo yesterday, nssuuio the ofllre of dirwtor geuonil." "Ami in the meantime, nilliger," said ehr "But it's n white one," was tho reply. his wife fcweetly, "I tihull continue right "Never mind, you will toll them that along to act as lady manager. Uoodby, You " dear. Iiriug some porterhouse steak for excels of grief has Petit Bordolals. diuuor." Chicago Tribune. hus-Imuundor-btaud?- "And your old hats and ennes, love you know yiuuiwd nmro room for those. They would lo of no value to mo as curios, but it is not for mo to cjuuMion your taste in preserving them. They ."lint cohere" lions and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It It guaranteed to invi. perfect salisiactioc, Trice 15 cents per box, or money refunded. Ko' sale by A R Penny, Stanford, Ky. ssa Forcign s wiLmmwri, -- Dciler In- - and Domestic Fruits, Confectioneries, .Vc. S7 STEEL BOILERS, T tty'iR&w"1 x 3- - read, Cakes and the like on short notice. Hat wuhhim a first class baler and can tumuli Stationary, Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co. ' Upright and Horizontal. and Portable. All sizes up to power. Unequaled in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. Semi-Portable 26-hor- se t--i Miners ami shippers of the GENUINE Write for Free Illustrated Pamplets and your wants to fe 0t - fl.'i -- ar Original Jellico Coal. road crouin?. 6 it. We are llm sole agents for Stanfoid and Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and rail- ZJuer THE JAMES LEFFEL & CO., NEW YORK CITV. Try SPRINGFIELD. OHIO. rCV --- H1GGINS AJWATTS For SalQ 11 I WW m CRAYON PORTRAITS 11 Mm M m 4 FRAMES pri ., ti y In llif I)lini liipti'inii. tlullilnr. , Proprietor Aa long as tho tattooed Like un echo faint and fiuMnp, tluaUxl to us on ' tint nir. man and tho india niblwr mau continue yniinmtvr licltor Vyk to Ihj to jealous of each other you must All the Itli it in fc.t. skvltcr rushed anay . W' keep 'em apart. For tlmt thlni; eif Joy, tho cornet hand, wiui r I. DAKST. Rowland 6 like that young manexcHdingl. While ho was in tho parlor waiting for you 1 1892. hapjHined to go in, and surprised him 1872. reading the Ihblo. Tho hilly lwy looked droadfully confused, just as if true piotv were something to bo ashamed of. 1 ' le ' Immense stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, toou hot his mind at rust on that point, small Fruits, Shrubs, Vims and l'lants. Prices and ho weinisl ipiite relieved. low. We hate no agents and our profits cease One Illll. uhero theirs begin lieneral and Strawberry CataTho Young Man tat tho club) That Miss S. Some onu told ino tho other logues on application to girl is thirty years old. 1 paw it ii. , 11. F HlLl.K.NMEYEK, LelnKton, Ky thoir family llihle. New York Weekly day that you had received seven this winter. CIuim IIrrolf .A Mil)'. Miss P. (complacently) Yes. I liavc. ARPETS ARPETS Bloobuinpor I read today mi account ilisu S. Who is tho miui? Lifa female forger donned man's of how a attire mid for a long time eluded arret, 'Iholadlraoi Stanford and Lincoln county arc The VIIIiiko Oimi't Ilnml. HEAD THE FOLLOWING GRAND 30 DAYS' OPPER: call and nv our crand display of but at last she gave lieielf away. tliOK life vochant- - luvlliil to Anioni: tlio Send us $1.60. price for one year subscription to " North American Homes," and send us also ij iln)t CARPETS IN ALL GRADES, a rhotocranh. tlntvre or damierrotvno nf vnnrwlf or mv mmher your family, hvlnff or SlNitts Sho stopietl to look in a milWhen Simla Clans was rvol to uc, anil IxkIo From nu Inaraln In an English Wilton, wllh bor- dead, and we will make you from same an artistic half lir alo Crny of on ? liner's window, I puimc Portrait in a fjood substantial Rllt or hronzo fraiuo of S inch moulding absolutely man iiml fur. der to match. AIm a beautiful lino of RiR Uloobumiwr No; in n moment of free of clinrcfo: will ako furnish tlio ( ah llarcalu Tliu tbluu I let riiiiembcriifl then scvmlng su TheM ruIs to K found only at II F JONES, K. she ludfvd a woman If prices. Moro nt Brnnd c Was the nr.d Uto majcliinijof tho vlll&eo her hat wiu on straight. Harper's this out and send It with your photo. cunitt biiuil. f,iaiui a, UUIU, bimi WU( MIUSCIJIHIUI1, which vou can remit bv Draft. l O. As the flrt rcwrUirattou of tLo brasaca' iimr- - Lonhi'il Confiinrd. .Mother (in her daugliter's LomloirV I friendly Aililce. Housekeeiwr Bobbyl Bobby Whore in tho world is that loy? Tramp Plenso mum, that big watch dog ' yours just swnllowel wimothing wot looked like a boy. Maybe it wasn't, but you'd Inittor get rid o' that dog anyhow, mum, un got a nice, imiet cjU4 Good News. I Twenty I!uilcliii&' I,ots In the corporate limits o Rowland. To all our Subscribers for 1892. We, the publishers of " North American Homes," our Journal throughout the United States and Canada, will spend this year over fine hundred thousand dollars '"nv)ffafl JaFt J rz rH JH nmong our new subscribers in the form of an artistic IT Craron Portrait and a handsome frame (as rer cut fljl below), to be made free of cliargp for every new ;H subscriber to" North America" Homes." Our a,' family journal is a monthly publication consisting of Ti. i f ,iM in nape, mieii sviin trie nett ineraium ni fh h.i. I 4 f T authors, and is worthy of the "ft i y b0me prcat eipense we are doing for it. Eiht years opo lacnew tere H'oria nau only about lo.uuu daily cir- It has over 2CO05. Tht nit obtained bv iudlc!ousniivprtli-mrn- t nr.il n lavish culation; iy expenditure of money. What the proprietor of the A'. 1. World his accomplished we feci confi- c nave a large capital to ura w tipon, and tne linm isomo prrmium 01 uomr; ourselves. neni we arc Eirinir you ill certainly give us the larpest circulation of anv paper In the world. The money we are spendinc now amons our subscribers will soon come'back to us in Increased circulation and advertisements. The Crayon Portrait we will have made for you will be executed by the largest association of artists in this ctty. Their wotk is amonc the finest made, and wo minruntco you an artistic Portrait and n perfect likeness to the original. There Is nothing more useful as well as ornamental than a handsome framed Crayon Portrait of yourself or any member of your family; therefore this is a chance In a lifetime to get one already Jraned and ready to hasg In your parlcr absolutely free of charge. In order to increase the circulation of to-d- Orchard, Lawn, Garden. iiii 'i n p- - Imm to S a m t3 cd V 'J pro-losa-ls c I c 111 mm r,S mm -- i , -I !?- - , giD supi-ose- jH-- r wh.ilt-H.il- 15, g,ra.c55lJfo Bn-zu- r. inti-l- TO THE FARMERS. 1 Manager Why so? Proprietor Because if you don't tho Tho loyn forcot their inurblra, yea, and even first thing wo know tho india rubber tmt- - ai;il bull, And our very llttlo itcr her decnpltnted doll; man will Ihj trying to eraso his rival Kor what "iTu llfo's bereavements, or 1U or- Portland Telegraph. dltmry Joys, When tliu releliriitcd cornet tuind was mnklni; Conlliil. martial noUW The following extriwt is taken from n letter of thanks sent by n brido to ono of Tlio luind's terMiubulntlou bclni; 1ewed vlth- out her husband's friends: The I'xcllomi'tit In tho vlllao waa vscoedinely exiK-UM', iluwn tho strict. both myself and the Company to the citiicnsof am very thankful for the liberLincoln county. al patronage received and hope by fair dealing to Farmers in uced of a eood merit a continuance fence will find me at the Myers House in Stanford tv on each County Court day. 97.6m M- am acent for The Central Kentucky Hedge Fence Co., ol Lancaster, and offer the services of Money Order, Express Money Order,! or i usui uauc payaoie to IB m I "u' 2 & i M ' fcWMvffESJg NORTH AMERICAN HOMES PUBLISHING CO., World Building, Hew York. iri 3 I I CD v W. JOHNSON. por Character of Work we refer to the editor of the Interior Journal. GO TO.. EABP, ASl.ie ARTIST, photo-graph- Your lovely etching was received,. and gives us lotli great pleasure. It is now in tho parlor hanging nlovo tho piano, where wo hopo to see you very fooii, and ns often as you find it agreeable. Youth's Companion. To have your photopraphs made." You will find that he will always treat you right and give sou satisfaction. Remember he makes pictures of all s the different slies, even from the smallest up to a life sire portrait in crayon, water a picture sou colors and pastells. If you have IntenMi; want enlarged, it will pay you lo see him beiore All business tamo to sadden stop, for who contracting with any one to have It made, as he is could coldly tnulo ocatod here and will always be here to give satisy When' our henllnc cornet bund was out for a faction, A J. EAUP, Stanford, Ky. imriulo. oa-i- fllON IS THE BEST pike, Desirable. Karra or T7HT? T5T?"rn IXJlllN 1. Acres on Crab Orcha?d T Uil from Stanford. miles 4 W. H. Miller. 70 GASH r'jmws 1 I I'WW: 1V r Highest cash market price "paid for Tlio wholo tllliiffu was In tumult fccmi'd to mo to nt least it $500 WANTED, to hear nnd bic; And een ancient cltlrensof seventy or moro. First Boy (with bundle) Yon stop us their ricking that dog at me, or I'll I'll give As excited to tho door.Krandbonj, como blluu him this meat. a vision Second Bey lie, hoi Wot good'Il Whatsweeplui; 'twas of ulory as tho band como ptu-t- , that do? And what looks of admiration wero upon tho First Boy Whilo he's eatin th' meat heroes cnstl How imiKnlllcvnt their uniforms of yellow, I'll lick you. and red! Secoud Boy Ilcre, Tige. Good News. How ureenHplendldly tbey played, and what a erv kingly tread! An Admirer. And thu major! Ah! tho major! mott majestically hltfh? And he pranced nlonp. curveting and what hauteur In his eye! nclllty and How I euvled his skill, As ho boldly tojud his Kcptcr up and spun it arouud at will. ii) wT vwv J av (M SIihxj that magic day of childhood I have traveled far and wide. And have heard tho world's maestro In their majesty and pride. Hut l'vo hever heard a symphony that sounded half so grand As tho tune of "Yankeo Doodle" by that cornet band. magic halo days, alas, cro fleeting and Thoo wero few; Too itlckly, far too quickly, all tho dear allu"You aro a grent admirer of Patti, sions flow; Yet oven now when memories como surging nren't you, lliggins'r" o'er my soul "Oh, yesi l'vo hnd Iwxcs at every ono see that bund and can hear of her iKisitiveljf last performances for I can the music roll. twenty years." Harpers Bazar. St. Louis i:l"nl to the Occasion. With everybody rushing for a place At 8 Per Cent. Interest, On a noto dun In io months, signed and Indorsed by real estate by three kim1 parties and u...rth ihre times the abo e amount. Will dis so that party can make 8 per cent, on his count n money, Imiulruiit Interior Journal office. Y A I NT MADE. The Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at Best is the Cheapest one-hal- f mffiflmfflmw lri'.iii.1Zr more space than any Paint iir.irtvmt nu i ni'NiMiv.i.,ji mwimi. 35 M. F. iyr ELKIN & CO., STANFORD. KY. Ll "II '1 -- DON'T "OTJ KITOW ..That., LION PAINT will cover tute. Good Agents wanted. mix- ed by hand and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. & Accept no substi- JESSE D. WEAREN Keeps the nicest, the best and largest variety of Manufactured by LION PAINT COLOR CO., LEXINGTON, KY., A. R. Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. Fancy Goods, Fruits, hntJ Candies Nuts, 0igar3 ? And Tobacco in the city DON'T FGRGOET That he also Vceps the cheapest stock ot ROBT. FENZEL DEALER IN ?;i . ,f V Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, In anything they may wish in my line. waited on. Call a me. Chil-als- vll-Ih- Staple Groceries, And Provisions, tall AVianr .11. of gocxUfor Hacon. Lard. Hulter.Kgss, Potatoes, ric, lor wnitu c j n V. WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONE. Having removed my liarber Snop to the Cora mercial Hotel, I am . i :q o Highest Market Prices. Goods delivered anywhere in the city and his J r dai- - eiAll work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty . I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods JESSE THOMPSON, IoCommercial Hotel. Post-Dispatc-h. I 'j a- - atkAvrMHtf ? r fr ;T"''rwci -- ttwT" jv in "0 , . j. . :.!f t A si f I -t 'V'S ' 1 ?' Miles' Nerve and Livers Pill where they Tuesday evening after nn extended visit j T. the liver. and. .New Or Acton a new sing and match make. Do you to Memphis, goto Iwwcls through the nerves. A new Is a Candidate far Circuit Judge In the nth Disstomach and She Saw More about New Orleans-W- hat know that half the South thinks that leaus. Miss J.ula Kd wards, of Jcllico, discovery Dr Miles' Pills speedily cure bilious. trict, cubjeci 10 the action of the democratic party. i nets bad taste, torpid liver, piles. Constipation. at the Picture Gallery Something is visiting at Mr. J. M. Sullivan's. the robin is a roustabout, just a good-for- tnalleti Unequaled for men, women, children, Published Every Tuoadoy nnd Friday about Birds-- An Appeal to Fifty dotet 15 cents. Sample mildett, surest nothing fellow, spending the period of W. AT at A K I'enny s. Womankind. CRAB ORCHARD. his exile in drinking and riotous living ? pjch. a.d ViV2? la n Candidate (or ComiuoneaHh't Attorney In 9a (To the Editor Interior Journal.) I have tried to tell them all about him this tilt- ijth JudKUl nutrat, tuljcct to the ac-- Bastin & Collier aro moving their ' I have- just opened a letter from Madge tion ot tho Demutraiy I I not to paid $2.50 will lie charged."EW 43 When that he is a brick mason by trade and a mill to Gum Sulphur this week, who is still in Atlanta, and she says: 4 Success to our Brother Agent Ulan-forthoroughfare mueician, and how he awakes about S. OWSLEY, j "Yesterday on a crowded K.u. LOCAL TIME CARD. o'clock here, there, yonder; llrst a note, I will deliver Ice every morning in Stanford nnd who married on Tuesday at I had n climnse of paradise. It was on- Kok land nt one cent per pound uruty cents er Is a Candidate for Comn on calth's Attorney, tub a trill, a full song, coming like the glow; UowUnd at 7:coa- m- - re,urnlD to MUs Yowell. In hundred. All accounts due last 01 cacti wrok. Jecttothe aclionoftbe Democratic party.mayany iy n florist's window, in which grew tall the attTs"lS p. m" f be JAMES P IIUMI, streak and spread of tho daylight. I Judicial District to winch Lincoln county Tho medicines for the Keeley Instii.i,l irliifn lilloa nf nrnrv v.iriptv. Manfurd, Ky. assigned. .l..io told how friendly and kind he is and tute havo 'arrived from Dwight, 111., and L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. . hut all without stain of color. You can of all the wild winged birds I loyed him they will open for business Monday. Mail tram going North a? pm .inngine this exuuisite purity to me it THE SHELTOK HOUSE. South itipta seemed a bit of heaven framed In. n My the best. And how I used to wel Mr. John Melvin had a saw mill DR. W. 13. 113am EPre$ train" South HOWLAND, KY. Kentucky after his shipped from rjondon to this place and come him home to "LSca'l Fr'elgh, NorfcZZr.TZZ3'i.S Wond k,leW hoW t0 P,ea.Sej '"? winter sojourn in the far south. will move it over into the edge of Gar.. South. j p m1 well nwiuo that tho florist a window He came so newly dressed, The latter trains alw carry passengers. ' would rard county. His shipping point will be This House hat been refitted throughout ; hat Office South side Main ttrtwt, In office recently pleasure of her letter sweeten the throbbing in his throat, A The above li calculated on standard time, Solar acated by Dr. L. V Huffman, Stanford, Ky Crab Orchard. A LIVERY ATTACHED. time it about ao minute fatter. more than all the flowering drapery of A rose pinned on his breast. Mr. J. W. James has sold part of his the fashion windows. I keptthinking He is industrious and painstaking. Tratitlint custom solicited QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Interests in Florida and thinks of reoSoiy Jof the lilies all day and everything You never see him plodding about his J. W CARRIER, Prop. ,..... .v.l eu maining in Cmb Orchard for the presTrains pats Junction City as lollows: tilnnii rlKnitl flirt f n f pleasures a he runs, always runs, unless uu.muui mu bout sou n a No. 5 at .a:3S a. m. ; No . 11 40 Mr. James Fish shipped a p. m.; No, HOTEL AND SALOON 3.07 p. m ; no. 3, local, arnvet at y 8imt my eyes anu openeu mem on upou the wing. If the worm is just two ent. no: d. m. IVew Orleans at tho Tulare picture pal inches beyond him, he moves towards of corn to J. L. Arnold, Livingston, for North Bound : No. S leaves at 310 a. m No. 4 AT ROWLAND local 3:30 a. ra ; No 6, 1:07 p. 1U.; ana .m. a at lery. "Summer Moonlight" was the it with the grace of ouo given to run- which he received f'2.50 per barrel. p. m. 3:40 Mr. Henle Hutchinson is still danpainting before me one of those still, ning games. There he goes over the Messrs. Tisdale, Adams gerously ill. arshadowy moods that crept upon the dewy lawn, his tail and wings aro drip I offer for sale privately iu frame Hotel and of moonlight. ping mid we feel half inclined to try to and Yantis are improving slowly. Mrs. Saloon at Rowland, which are now rcniim. m tu tist when under the spell per month. It it centrally located and a fine point Oil there is a watery stretch lost in shad wring them out. See him again in the H. L. Steger is still confined to her room. tor InnlnoM, being at a terminal point on a dtvlt- d ion 01 me u, k 11 nat goou well, stable coal may retain ow. Near are two maidens under nn old cherry trees a (lower among fruits, aud Her business is being successfully houte and other nscettary outbiitlduigs. Addrrts on by her two intelligent daughters, a MRS. MARY C. FKRRILL, Stanford. tree. One stands facing the watch him raise himself with such a color, its youthful distance, the filmv stufl of her sleeves mouthful that his chuckle is onlv half Mieses Leah aud Eva. and beauty, Mrs. D. B. KdmUtou is spending the T. falling so that the exquisite mould of heard. 'There are some few creatures of week with her husband at Frankfort. it daily clearly outlined. The oth- the dust who complain of his her arms are returned to her Dealer in General Merchandise, er leans upon the railing, her profilo in with but nobody with a heart would Miss Maggie Tucker Tuesday, after a Lumber and Shingles. country her palm, her eyes away where the ever poiut a gun at his it would he like home in the sold only, It pleasure very pleasant visit to the Misses Kdmis-ton- . to Goodsto the for cash in general gives meam doing moon hangs low, and the ease of atti- putting a bullet into the heart af a poet. state that I public Mol-linicely under the Cash Syite-- snd that the people Mrs. J. F. Holdam and Miss tude all that is restful. I recollect how This is the way I talk to the people in are rapidly catching on to the fact that it ft the It Brooks are visiting in Danville better system, both for the bu)rr and teller. They we stood there Ion a day that is Alabama about the red breast. And long also know that I sellaoodt lor about a third lets humors, Mrs. K. K. Davis, of Dilliou, spent than my competitors ho do credit business lie scalp, gone) reveling in it. Only a deft hand now since I have reached my favorite constantly memoir that a could have so distributed the charm of theme, I am going to say something else Monday with her father, Mr.Wm. Stuart. did asiortment keepDry Goods, on hand a splenand Groceries, Cloth of Miss Hannah McFall went to Lawrence-bur- g ing. Hoots, Shoes. Hats and the like Call in and color over those dreamers garmented about birds, not about but see my stock, which is replenished almost dally. new growth Wednesday to visit Mrs. May field, 5Myf in gray or white, which ? U I were to about those who wear slaughtered oriJ 11. iiiuiu., Kowuno, Ky, of hair mention of this paint- oles, humming birds, parrots, finches who is quite tick. Mr. W. T. Mattingly make a detailed 3IORELAND, NOTICF.TOTHK ing I am sure that first among the small- canaries think of killing a canary my spent a very pleasant evening with tho Dealer In the abote C- evener points would come the tiny tip of a canary, that llits about my room like a ladies in I'reacheraville Tuesday Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs ing. Mrs. Sallie Palmer is visiting relaslipper splashed with moonlight. Solicited Stock Catilt and Sheep butter-cuspirit, to decorate abounet! spetulty. Persons having any of the abose described stock tives and friends iu this end of the counfor sale or wishing 10 purchase tame, will d j well Another picture, "Why Don't He How the blood surges from my heart to ty. I have opened in connection with my Hotel, the to call on or a!Jrrsi me An experience of fifteen A. S. Come?" showed a weary hearted wo- my linger tips! Do you know what you tears In this bunnitt lias bren v profit tome and think I can make profitable both to the buyer SURGEON DENTIST. MIDDLEBURG, CASEV COUNTY. man seated at the pane looking into the are doing when you purchase a bird's V O address Stinford, Ky. audsWIer 100 You are helping to rob the for Office on Main meet, over W. B. McRobertt street. The old fashioned clock pointed corpse? Office at the Mrrrs Houte. Drug Store, Stanford. Mies Sabra Huys is visiting her to 1:30 and the failing firelight falling ests of God's songsters, you are silencing E. S. Fisher. Bud Giboney and John II. Cattleman A G Lan ham the tree tops about our homes, you aro and upon the LI vcryJS R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. aboutaway room the window, the curtain blunting your tender sensibilities and Will Stone, of Liberty, came up to see First-Clns- N gave alone-somfrom held And offer the services of it to the public. Ilrsnd ypu are wounding all those who are ed- the horse show Saturday. look to the painting. new vehicles and fresh blood t J horses make my DENTIST. Col. J. F. Lilly, formerly of Cincinstable compare with ucating the angel side of the heart. I It moving to the Higgins office, Lancaster street. Next we came upon a study of "Dogs." once read of a groom who was to lead nati, who did business here for the Co- Tho Boat in tho Country. Nitrous Oxide Gat given for painless attracting. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Give me a call. One, a starving hound, was stealing a his bride to the altar, but when she lumbus Tie Compuiy some two years, P W. meal from a meat shelf, and tho manner came forward to meet him, with her died at his home at Nicholasvllle on the AL. BURNS, Manager GREEN. Proprietor. in.tt. He was a fine business man, M. CRAIG, in which he was devouring the lump gown decorated with dead doves, he 24th DR. of flesh was both pathetic and pleasing. waved her away. "Heartless r lie ex- a clever gentleman and his many friends Homeopathic Physician, henr of his death. dog under thd table was The in here are pained to - . . KENTUCKY. so sleek and fat that his effort to snarl claimed, and fled. How I gloried STANFORD, J. II. Passmore had W. T. Royalty, I have never forgotten that groom John Henderson, Eph Godby, E. S. to 3 p. m.; 8 to was almost a failure. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; him, and had he crossed my path STANFORD, KY. l'.P' " Wells and Gwlnce Jones arrested latt Office on Lancatter street, opposite MANAGERS, Adjoining the gallery was the mu- then, lie need not havo been brideless week for a breach of the peace and they seum, where we paw fossils from the many days. . Commerce Building, Louisville. were to be tried at Yosemite Friday, very beginning of life down to man, and So lone as women continue to buy but as neither Passmore, the county at- Agents throughout tne South a study of the apes and gorillas almost conUd'uc,h,r1 long the birds will j torney nor witnesses appeared against i.Ti ."."i" families of Stanford and vicin- convinces one of the Darwin theory. But these mummies, so I can supply the be trapped, killed and finally extermi- - j them tho cabs was dismissed bv Squire J. "ot only mainutn it. h.jh reputation, but to add ity wilh home made ice at 60 cts. per 100 pounds: "W. A. TBIBBLE, Lccil lets than that ntnount at one cent per pound, and then "God made man in his own im- nated. What would the world be withor X tions for commercial evsit and An. snAint (i M. Tllford. So ailOtherone Of Jeems ivs manufactured Ice at 75 cents per 100 pounds f hs tl tilrt v efiinnliii. for smaller quantities. Ice delivered every age." The huge casts made from celecents STANFORD KV these musicians these summer po- Harrison's attempts to do something morning. I call special attention to the John Bre- brated fossils of the mammoth and mas- out mer drewing Co. 'a, Celebrated I. X. L. Beer, for ets, these winged blossoms? Can you great has fallen Iht, A which I am agent. Will furnish in eithe' keg or todon made us shiver when we recolfancy a June day complete without a John Wi'.cher, who with his broth- And IIILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached. bottle. Write for prices. lected that man had once to build over bird Bong?. I can't. I want my robin E. BREMBR, Stanford, Ry. JOSEPH COFFKV NATIONAL BANK i3tf er, Nelson, is peeling tanbark on Trace lakes and dwell in caves to keep clear of somewhere in the old apple treo and a strictly reFork, tells us that he has a OF STANFORD, KY "LOCUST GROVE" these monsters. We saw a cast made blue bird off yonder on tho fence post. I ligious MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, crow of men working uuder him. from a perfect fossil in a hone cave in have always wondered where the little They are negroes from the McKinnty Germany, which is supposed to be about fellow learned to spell "p-- u Capital Stock " He and Turnerovilltt neighborhoods. Corner Main and Depot Streets, FOR SALE the first human specimen ever disco- for that is the interpretation of tho blue Surplus B!tyS they have fitted up a room adjoin Kentucky. veredevidently a Stanford, sml in Lincoln Co., The finest Farm and judging Listen to the nejt ing the shanty, in which prayer meet comprliing 4jo acres elriclie.t bird s Land, situa- ' ted Has just returned from the cities, where she from the gorilla likeness. We saw mum ot county seal within invited 10 the fac Attention of one you see and tell me if you will ever ings are held two nights in each week. of Lincoln. two miles by Stamord. theCity turopUe thst this It the the public bought an elegant stock of Spring Goods, whlcb Fronted the Skclby only National Hank in Stanford show. She invites all the mies and it was interesting to listen to have the heart to buy his body for your sheis justly prrud to nn examille and accessible to the Stanford and Dantille turn- - Under ihe provisions of the National Hank Act ladies to see them, whether they buy or not. No the secret of embalming. "The Thebnn bonnet. May bo you havo never thought I his is commendablebyanil whltf s, many depositors arc secured not only by the capital trouble to show goods. the worthy of imitation region and is in a injh state of cuiti nock, but bv the ttockholdcrt liability lor an Youth," 3,000 years old, was perfectly much about such things; please think Ot vanon Abundance of water ler all juirpo.t-sn amount equal WhOIll, under nimilnr Circumstances, So,Us fertile and is suitable fur the cruwinjof this institution to the stock, by athat depositors of are tecured fund of $400,000. preserved, and the hieroglyphics upou now and if you would like to cultivate WOUld spend their idle moments playing ' hemp tabasco, corn and wheal. 1ho land Is o ' Five sworn statements of thecnndition of the bank ., , , , . .. located so thai It can tie divided and twofini) are made each yearto the Vuited States orn-mel- it the coffin told that he was of royal line- the birds' friendship, scatter tome cams or ai Oilier VICIOUS linuiW. Farms made The improvements are a lartre aiwl and Its Burls are eiammed ai stated timet HUSTON VILLE, KY., age. A funny little episode comes with convenient stock ham. iy government agents, thus securing addititona !..,, u,,,,,,.).,, ,,.ou .. commodious dwrllipg a ,11 , crumbs around your favorite window -i- Ti,., i,,. kinds, etc ForlnlerAc lne u. , fruit 0 indperfect safety to depoiitnts. Dealer in Groceries, Hardware, each memory of this museum. We were and await the result. K II. JONKS, Stanford. This inttitutinn, originally ettablithcd a the success in every particular. i,veryuoiiy matioit, apply to ignowandering through the room like J.D.JONKS, Deposit Hank of Stantord in il$S, then A morning song will meet you, came to town and the display of fine O V RILF.V, Plneville Qu.cntwarc, Glassware, Cutlery, table and red as the National Hank ol Stanford in i(6j and ramuses, wishing for an interpreter, pocket.Mlarnessand Confectioneries. And all the evening time the Kim National Hank ol fain stock was good for a village like Middle-burg- . has had practically an Stanlnrd In ici handles .Moline Plow.. Chilled and Steel Cul- when all at once I wished out loud. I bo one verse of music Will esiMcnceet jt ears Ills better supplied The following hones were extivators, Double Shovels, Corn Planters, Buckeye said, Thst ends with a sweet rhyme. "I wonder why there is uo one oew with lacllititt (rtrantactingbotineti prompt Mower and Binders Give him a trial. hibited: E. S. Powell's Erricsfion, Geo. y and hbcrklly than ever before in us long snd Katydid. sincerely, Yours here to explain all this?" Close to the career Accounts corporations, fidu-AGENT hanerablelint and individualsof respectfully snlic--,! Alford'.s McRoberts, E. 1). Kennedy's REAL gorilla case stood a specimen of someSALE. LAND Red Eagle, W. W. Lyon's Ulonvior "d WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. Ky. thing I hod not discovered what until The Directory nf this Hank is composed 01 Wilkes, J. K. llnughmon's Ingelow, it spoke. ".Madam, I am here for that Smv fivcAcretol Splendid Land, situated r. J. Hotter, of Stanford; The Williamstmrg Hotel is being with which G. W. Frye is making the a uumbcr U I ARMb lor ol the Ihavc'iuite mles Trim Stanford, on Shelby .City turnpike, Fcreitut Reid, Lincoln county, Land. in Lincoln county. very Lest Apply Jto rne at purpose," it said, and I knew then it was treated to a new coat of paint. idj.i jug Mrs. E. II Jones season at Llbertv; 1). G. Elliott and Jeff 1 hese Farms are all kcIi improved and irood J.W, Hayden, Stanford; a man. But such a looking creature! unmng ill sue from 50 to too Acres. H. C. King is able to be out on the liull,. l,.lili..ir.n,LnM li... ..rmm.l rich lands, f HUGH KEtD. iot itunfcir 1, Ky. S II. Ilaughman, Lincoln. Considering theis locality, their richness and leri.uoiiiiiiuuiiiii. ..u.ij ov... ...v. Great dark, sorrowful eyes looked from streets again. It. b. Urawloul anu Judge M.J.Miller, Mt. Vernon; turnptkrt and railbut they were in bad shape for exhibi tility of soil, the convenience uf to our door, theydark circle, the face was sallow and Tyo are on the sick list this week. roads thai bring markets right S. T. Harris, Lincoln; GGS . II. iiaugh-man'- s arc incajcr man uiu taniu gi any oiucr cauniy lit tiou. Eagle Denmark, shriveled and the whole structure was J.fi. Mocker Stanford; the State There is scarcely a Farm in tlic own-tThe recent tide brought us thousfine saddle hortj-- t that is being Prom the following standard anetles: White dwarfed. But he was there for a pur 0. A. Lackey, Llncotn; over j miles from a depot. ands of logs and the mill men say they .chins Mitchells strain ; White Plymoth Kocks lie KMiiuy it cnecKcu uun turnpikes runmag was a by K. S. T. P. Mill, Stanford. strain,, White Leghorns a direction There lillnsI'owls separately yarded; eggs (Knapps pose and gave us mucli Information. never saw a hotter lot of logs together. managed owing to Fisner, siz?, decided ineverythe county seat that is notnot public road en W. O. Welch, Stanford; warrant MaLidamiiij pretty his fine favorite, it Madge stid after we left the museum W.P.Tate, .Stanford iiure. I'nce $1 per setting of 13 Pres. Tate was lined $15 Monday be- - movements mid beautiful color. Spears We huvc the Knoxvilln llranch of the 1. .V N. II ' W. M. SHUGAKS, K.y rm. R, dividing the county from Kast Iu West and the OFFtlKKS: "The poor man has talked fossil until he lore Judge stinson mr painting me lonn lia8 ft j,o1(i mino : llm tllj8 sea80n. Tht. C S R R from North to Nuth; the K C. R. R J. Mocker, President; , has turned fossil." And is it not true red while on a druuken spree some time lrom this nlaca 10 Cincinnati, crottm; the C &Q cornet ban(1 d,si;0rst.t-- mu6jc on .i,e oc. at Winchester, clving full access to the marketssf John J. McRobertt, Cashier; that our envir jnmenU make or irnr m? hince. wu hate thmt large A. A. Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier. casion and thn.si who had snoken dis the whole Ulworld,he llcsidet, that give us a market mike forewarn, nuuters. fishnuen and M K counlv If wo aro sweet tempered, pleasaut, affat t totretptts on our lands without II. C. Jones, of Lot, spent Tuesday paragingly of it at llrst am pre llCted Mint for all our grain light at home; and the develoti all suwh will be prosecuted to the ble, kind, the countenance, feeding up with us. K. D. Perkins was at Big Stone anu the law. Signed: would be a failure, are beginning to ineni 01 inc mountain region, ui uatiern out- Kentucky bv isilrcadt and ihe C. M. Sl'OONAMOORE on th839 attributes, becomes softened, Gap, Monday, looking after his interests it a demand let bonth liy railroaUt has Co. n sea where they were wrong llll I iv.iru If,..!!!,,,.!.'.!,,,,,!,,.,! created such J. E. BRUCE. BALL. ... m,.,n,lih,i..... w, .!, If we mope there. sweetened, gladdened. .,ui..avi ,.. n V.I THOMAS C. astonished to see what progress tho scarcely retain enough lor homeconsumptioo. STEELE BAILEY. about and gossip and bemoan others, the 1 he people are prosperous, kind, OF STANFORD, KV All of our young people took advan- boys had made and wo were requested believing in Christianity and generous and There A. M. KELAND. cducntioti. B. W. GAINES. hump in the he trt bsijtns to grow and tage of tho pretty weather last Sunday is not a neighborhood in ihe county but has a (s now fully orsanued and ready lor business with of the horsemen to extend JAMES GIVENS. gcod church and eats its way out to the aurfaee and then afternoon and weut out walking, driv- by soveral I. S. PHILLIPS. thanksto them for tho excellent music Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln, Is a pros- - Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. ANTON RENACKER. hideous indeed is tho aspect. Whenev ing, riding, ifcc. .. ilinli .(.a a... . ..... !.!- - ..I... ..( CLARK REYNOLD furnished. Mr. W. 'H. McAulnch was ihe great doorway t..... the North and North- - SUrplUS, - - from 19,000! or you see a human with a lip hung M. LACKOWITZ. Binding Co. have their so much enthused that he wanted the east South and from ihe Northwest 10 ekiutlicatt, The Troy T D NEWUND. down and disfigurements hero and there machinery here and purtially up for the W. W. HAYS. and standing at it does gating right Into the Oos- - SUCCESSOR to TMK LINCOLN NATlOVAt. lth Saturday in April declared annual om nflhi undeeloned mountains of Southeastern ' ....m lit VI- - u cr recollect my friend's saying, "He has wflrti. vr jiaiirunu, Keutucky backed up by the wholo branch factory they are starting at this horse show day at Middloburg, Now closing up) with the same assets and under region ol the State with railroads running through the tame management. HOUSE. talked fossil until he has turned fossil." place to get out raw material for their compass, naturally Semi-Weekly Interior Journal i KATYDID TAKES A BAOKWARD GLANCE flyitiR towards the;couutries crlncitile-reenlal- inf II. NOEL year in -- ck. JOHN - HUGHES ICE ICE! d, Brad-fordsvill- e, J. JR., : - n-t- ' I9 PENNY, Oculist. love-son- g ! 11 I 1 "" .. i car-loa- d That Your Hair fullness, dress FOB. SALE. f- cai-rie- moss-hun- g H. HILTOIT, berry-stealin- g, J I Ayer's Hair Vigor cleanses the cures stimulates e 1 bird-killer- s, n Dr. J. Ayer & Mass. Co-Lowe- WILLIAM ll, TRAVELING PUBLIC. otRe) PRICE, uu-cl- e, MYERS HOUSE. 1 11 e tabic, ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Insurance Company, JOHN well-ke- ! THE GOFFEY HOUSE 1 BARBEE&CASTLEMAN court-hous- e. ' 39-t- ice sjana beer. JOSEPH COFFEVJPro'n rt.rKund'si First-Class!Snloon I Bwve-ae- Agnt, I I. FIRST Milliner and Dress Maker STOCK 3TAEM lllur-t.ra- ss ss pur-i-ty,- J $200,000 : e, 18,000 word-wakin- 11 Sr-i- Fiiut-Gra- s W. C. GR,EElTI2Ta, . - 1 i,, uUiiiwunoL1 ..., - tn FOR ii II. T. Kt'SII, ESTATE Stanford, i, uninler-ruifc- cd 11 ! 11 - FOR til ATCIIING. I.anL-a?te- y 1 l POSTED. , per-a- full-it- of South-easter- I ! .,.' tai Farmers Bank& Trust ' school-hous- e, I lllue-(jra- s RILEY - .rf 1 F. 1 B. RILEY," Proprietor, ion, d - Kentucky. FRANK RILEY. moved to my new Hotel and am bettei than ever to accommodate the public, .ivcry attached and every convenience do jive me a call. f. fc- II. IIAUG 1 1 MAN, FIRE AND STORM Representing SURANCE AGENTI k ; 'ord, of Hartford, Conn., ihester, of Manchester, Eng. , fiMt-cla- asylvania Fire, Philadelphia, 0, of Worth America, " s Companies. I would which are d to wait on my friends in this line. Pol. U sued. Will insure against torna-i- d m ply storms and lightning. Lightning claui- -' toil without additional charge. at First National Bank, Stanford. April is making a sweet poem out of the morning. The sunlight is everywhere and there is just enough wind to flutter the flower breath in and out of( the windows. Roses without and laurel Can you imagine just bloom within what a blending of fragrance that makes? And can you picture "somebody tall and handsome" coming iu from the forest about nightfall with botli arms about a bundle of blossoms, and all of them dropped at your feet? If you can't do that, you can know nothing of my delight of yesterday. It is sweet just to and breathe, with closed sit here eyes if you wish, only that I love to look out at the birds buildtDg and loving. They are as nuiubcrlees as the flowers this morning. The bird law is on now and I for one am rejoicing. My breath comes easier when I see the red breasts ! to-da- y A Safe Invostinont homo use. to brinir Is one whtahls Dr. Walsh closed his meeting at the factory results, or cuarautecd failure, a vou satis in case of return of Sunday night. All who your purchase price, tin tnis tale plan you can M. E. church buy from our adveitiscd druggist a bottle of Dr. listened to him felt that his preaching King's New Discovery for Consumption. It s relief in every case when had not been in vain, although there guaranteed to bring of the throat, lungs or chest' used for any affection were no additions to tho church. Mr'.l such as consumption, inflammation of the lungs, bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough, croup, etc., Gordon, of Elizabethtown, preached on etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to tho Utte, per. fctly safe and always ba relied upon. Trial Sunday morning and evening at the bottles free at can K. Penny's drug store. A. Baptist church. Merit Wins. R. D. Hill anil Dr. A.. GatliiT were in for years we We desire to say to Knoxvillo last Friday and .Saturday. have been selling Dr our citizens thatDiscovery for King's New LuConsumption. Dr King's New Life Pills lltick. Mrs. Campbell and daughter, Miss leu's Arnica Salve and Electric Hitlers, and have cy, returned to their homo at St. Al- never bandied remedies that tell as Well or trie hasp given universal satisfaction. do bans, W. Va., Wednesday morning, af- not heaitate suchguarentee them every lime We we to and two weeks' visit to atand ready to refund the purchase price If satister a very pleasant factory results do not follow These Williamsburg. Our youugjpeople. regret remedies have won their great their .use. purely popularity their merits. A. R. Penny, Druggist, very much to give Miss Lucy up so 60on. iu Prof. 0. It. Brock epent Sunday in LonTHE WOMAN QUESTION. don. Mrs. Tartar and Mrs. Buchanan, f0-W- ho ) .iat At of Wavne, are visiting Mrs. J. V. Siler Is He? -- Where J Mies Fannie 0' Mara returned home on 3)-W- makes it it to all points of the one of the best located towns In the South fur inannfactures and other enterprises of magnitude, Water Works are now being acltated and nghl of a mile aboue Ihe town about! there could be erected Water Works with very little cost that would supply a city of tjo.ooo inhabitants with the purest and best water in the world. Our littlo city hat been newly rebuilt in the last few yearsana its business houses ard residences will compare with larger cities of greater pretention!. Our merchants and tradesmen are all prosperous and doing well. We have two banks with a capital stock ol !oo,ooo 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 in attendance and under the prlncipalship ol 'rof. J M. Hubbard, is in a flourishing condition. We alto have a Seminary that It a good school, with Prof II. F. Hlakemanatits head. We have one of the best Public School buildings in this section of the State, with over too puptls In attendance, and with other good private schools, you sec our school facilities are excellent We have elegant church builnmgs, representing every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers of fiat class talent and are doing a better business than any class of men In the city. have tried to make this statement as facts, without any exaggeration or coloring, at those who know will bear n e out, and thote who wish to buy pleasant homes at lair pilcet and locate amongla good people with alUhe bett surroundings, would do well to call and see me before pur bating elsewhere three-fourt-1 lly provitiont of its chatter, depositors are as fully protected as ate depositors in National Hanks, iu shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thcreol, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may actas executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us while mnagiuir the Lincoln National Dank ol Stanford, we we here tenderour many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offeiing as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience ia banking andas liberal accommodations at are consistent with sound banking. DIKBCTORi: t J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; J, M. Hall, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanford ;) J. E. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Mlllcdgeville; J. K.Uaughman, Huttonville; J. F. Cash, Stanford J William Gooch,.SUn!ord, Ky, .11. Shanks, President. J. P. Cwilsy, Cail.. W.M. Bright, Teller. yr 93-i- I