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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892050601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. kUbldkidn r f t tf' 1 jt . ,"j ' 'f i ' Semi-Weeklvol. xx. DANVILLE. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. MAY 6.1892. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. LONDON, NO. 20 LAUREL COUNTY. Jo Thurman, of this pinto, and Mr. Gregory, of Anderson county, have invented n machine- for elevatlmt and b - Albert Harlan, a colored man, has i ho water works In tlio f7nirli5ru hot n granted a pension. building is now in operation. Mis! Hallio Ilurrltif? entertained Joe Johnson is building a new her youiitf friends Monday evening. house in the Johnson addition to Louspirits. weighing distilled e The juvenile club kvo an enjoy- don. Tlio question of a bank at Perry-villproba- able picnic in Bland's woods Monday. Matt Steele and E. Morgan aro placIs still In agitation and the An attempt was made Mo ml ay night ing n en v mill on tho George McKeo bilities aro that one will soon be established on n souiid b.isis. in that Jiistoric to break open the aaft at S. T. Lea veil's property. ' coal yard, but the burglars made a allPleas Gregory, living a few miles village. out of town, had the misfortune to Ioo Mrs. M. J. Durban), of Lexington, H ure. Rev. Hill delivered an able ami in- a week-olbaby Wednesday night. in town, the suest of Mrs. S. J. Marian. The date of the democratic meeting Senator Breckinridge returned to Frank- terfiling discourse on temperauce at fort Tuexday, leaving Mrs. B., who has the Methodist church on Stindav even- - is May 14th instead of tho 11th. The ,ing. Ho Ian pleasing speaker and his mistake occurred in reading tho original been very ill, much better. Mlsa Xnnnlo McDowell is visiting remarks were highly appreciated by hit call. Tho pensioners were in town Wedthe family of Mr. McKlroy, her undo, at audience. Master Comiui-sione- r Burusido has nesday in full force to receive their pay Kansas City, Mo. Misses Novell and and business was brisk among tho merWilson, of Caldwell College, tho ladlts ' advertised for s.ile the store-roowere so painfully hurt last week, pied by Mr. U. K, Mc Roberts and three chants. Ed Hocknev nnd Gran Brown have are recovering fast and will soon be vacant lots where the opern house block ' again. Hev. F. G. Cheek, of Bari", burned. The Kile will be made next gone to Ely's, on the Cumberland River, out county court day. to catch a "mess" of fish. Is visiting relatives in Danville. Tho Eureka Manufacturing CompaThe handsome couutrv residence of The Danvillu Theological Seminary closed Wednesday until Sept. Slh. The Mr. James X. Denny, near Hyattsville, ny have closed out business at this point and will move their planing mill to graduates aro Messrs. G. K. Moore, of was entirely consumed by fire, Tutf-dacounty, Ky and T. K. Kerr, of alteruoon. As none of the family were Dillion's Switch, Biylo A druggist here was telling me that Frankfort, Ohio. Directors and other at homo at the time only a small portiou otllcinls present were Messrs. Condlf, of the contents were saved. The house he bought some well recommended inHead, Col and furniture were Insured for IG.OOO. A sect powder last Hummer aud the ants Ashland; Wellor, Greenslnirg; Hamilton, defective Hue was the cause. eat it up before he sold it. uuibia; I.apsley, Lewis I). Sampson, the Barbourville Louisville; Fulton, LexingTho democrats of this county met at" Humphrey, ton, Maxwell, Lebanon; Wiseman, Dan- It. H. TomliiiBon's law olllce, Monday editor has been with us again. This is night, aud organized h club, which was his old homo and he has a splendid subville; Wllloughby, Tennessee. Threo months and '20 days ago a line named in honor of Hon. R. H. Tomlin-son- . scription list among Ids many friends in Hugh Logan was elected presi- Laurel. yearling jack belonging to Richard Cobb, Tho miners at Pittsburgh, East was kicked on one of his dent, J. L. Anderson and Jake Joseph, of this county, fore less by a horse The hurt was so vice presidents, R K. Hughes secretary, Bernstadt ami Altamont are all on a painful that tho jack laid down and laid Geo. D. Robinson, treas. The directors strike on account of the operators desirso long that he forgot how to try to get aro C. G. Wherritt, lib Ijiwsou, J. Brad ing to cut down the price of coal and up and sUnd on bis feet. Twenty days Junning, V. O. Owsley. Mr. R. E. consequently the miners' WHges. Last Sunday a traveling preacher ago George S. Sandifer, tho farrier of Hughes was selected as a delegate to tho ' named Paul Bsgley, claiming to be from Danville, began to bandage the animals State convention at Louisville, The legislature attended tho races Mabelvale, Ark., preached two sermons fore legs according to sj stem Invented, by himself, urging him gradually to at Lexington on Saturday last. This on the streets and the curiosity of the stand on his feet. To day, Wednesday, was a move in the right direction aud a thing caught several sinners as listeners, who couldn't have been reached in any he rose to his feet for tho first ttmo aud move is always better than a stand-stilpreliminary scoring walked j .. racetrack is .11. excellent tilnrt.i to oilier way. His sermons were very after some IV.U of a milu to a pasture, wheio ho Is now learu something about speed and it tho learned and ho left London with i'XAO dui- -' more than ho came in town with. eating grans. lessons learued by our All who know Ed Canifax hnd his Miss Mary Welsh, daughter of Mr. ing their visit to Lexington should bo s G. W. Welsh, of the Fnrmeis National tho means of expediting their move- - wit under certain conditions can ' Rue, alciate the following: Ed is a painter ami and Mr. Bunk, this place, in getting into working order the so of Danville, were married at 7 a. m , provisions of the'new constitution, their ht continually going from point io point, little painting in red Tuesday morning, at tho Commercial trip will not have been in vain. j Ed mas doing a Hotel, Harrodaburg, by Rev. J. A. O. Rev. Amos Stout loft this week for ' w8 Kolng down the street with a Vaught, of the Methodist church. It Atlanta to attend the Southern Baptist grip in his hand when a fellow painter across the street asked him what house was thought Miss Welsh was going to Convention. Mrs. Herring aud daugh Cincinnati to visit a young lady friend, ter, Hallio, are visiting in Louisville. he was traveling for. Ld's retorr was when she left home, hut when the Mrs. Benton has returned from a visit quick that he was "traveling for n board-i- n train reached Btirgin a cousin of Mr. Missouri. Miss Sallio Palmer has re-- liR house." Prof. T. A. Hays, of Berne City, Rue, Mr. Ed Curry, camo into the car turned from a visit to Crab Orchard.) where she was, and after a few words of Mamie Henry, of Crab Orchard, dinna, and Miss Norah Lovelace, were commonplace conversation, she stepped spent Sunday with her parentp. R. L. ' married at the homo of the bride's s out on tho platform with him. Mr. Rue Elkln, of Louisville, ia in town. Sam ' brother, S. A. Lovelace, Thursday was near at baud with a horse aud bughas returned from Florida. Drs. :inatS o'clock. Tho wedding was a gy. She was assisted Into the buggy J. B Kinuaird and H.C. Herring aro in very quiet afiair, but few of tho un and the two drove (upldly to Harrods-liunr- . Louisville attending tho State Medical mediate relatives of the bride being arriving there only about ten min Society. present. The happy couple will make their home iu Indiana and carry with utes later than several friends who came them tho best wishes of the writer and hen tho young HUBBLE. from Burgin by rail. everybody else for the joy and happipeople reached the hotel tho lieente, The carpenters have Mr. Dunbar's ness that those only know who have enminister and friends were already there progress now. joyed true lovo without the experience and tho ceremony was performed with house in Sam Fugleman is the big fisherman ot delay, loiter in the day Mr. and that old adage that "true lovo never out so far, as he caught a jumpon a hook runs smoothly." Mrs. Rue went to Cincinnati, where j a few days ago 17 inches long. Five prisoners, led bv the notorious they will remain a few days before te James Robinson lost a verv valuable Craig Gragg, escaped from tlio London turning to Danville. jeHr.uIgco.i.1.SleoK;supposo.l iijuinp - ;, Momiav nil.ht ,,y prjzhj out cr0H .1.1 All.. I..HI11 rtH.I l.HAlf.. !i Skhd Potatoes. A writer says in the I'll UIB llllll ijiuki; un .....L Ilt'tK. bar of the cage. The following aru the twenty two cents is tne nest but on names of the parties: Craiy Grn;;'.:, for Stockman. "I have never seen a good crop of potatoes raised from cut seed. I wool so far and most of it in this locality robbing the Pittsburgh depot; Knocb onco planted two barrels erf Queen of the will be received horo iu a few days. Boone, seducing a girl under 10; Win. ... If ..l. I.I !.. O -- c ms Valley potatoes. They were large tubars iiMuui Mft imving ,1 uouse 0M crryll,K a veXo. JolllI VatTOt aU(l John K. Iaulkner, Jr., has L,rkhl CwM fof ;,, cut perhaps on an average in four pioiw, Cv one piece to tho hill. As a result, noi returned to lyrone, to take his place in , p,, Jn (of 8eUi1: out t th;, qori more than J came up, and many that netiilhouM. same holes Tuesday night while Jailer -.- ..,... fl,u-- , o. .,..., .i.ra. did rune up were weak, puny things, ..y;Lovo wnsonl hunting the other pris- while r.glit beside them in poUtoe from ampp and sou nave returnee to tlielr Tliey had siniuyled iu a orow- .. .1 1.. .... 1. ...,.. t .. f -j , whole seed scarcely a skip hill w in no- i.uu.w ... ?...mm.:, ..m-- a low weeKS , , which f t , thev . This last year I planted a smill uu nice is hi uomo di(1 their work and which thev took ticeable. .Bu..u,.K plot with cut seed; tho tubers before be- iroin Bonooi in e ratiKiort lor a lew ilays. with them. Craig Gragg is as hard to ing cut were nboul as largo as turkey Mr. and .Mrs. T. M. Goodknlghtcalledon catch aud harder to hold than a ilea. They were cut onco through and Mr. nnd Mrs. Col. Uici a few d.iys ago, OKI's. M ATRIMONIAL MATTERS. planted cue piece to tho hill. They camo on their way from Frankfort to visit Mrs. well and apparently did well. I dug I) wight Hoot, wiio has been il for a few up Parker Thompson, a stock trader two row 8 In tho name lot side by side days, but Is iinpiovlng. Win. Hubble is and preacher, in Madison county, stolo two able to be out of his room again. that I put iu whole tubers. These Arch McGiure's wife and $300 nnd skipMr. and Mis. Aaron S. Ball returnrows although I did not measure them judge averaged a fifth ed from their bridal tour Tuesday morn- ped. exactly) I should Hamilton A. Bee, living at D.ihlon more potatoes and of a better size than ing, looking fresh ns ever. On that night dithose planted with cut seed. The soil a crowu of masked meu marched up ega, Ga., aged 87, bus petitioned for a vorce from his wife, Sarah, whoso age is was n slato loam." from toward Danville and gave them hearty congratulations. Somo had di urns, SO. Ho alleges as a reason for his appliA well known business man referring rattle traps, sleigh bells, saw blades and cation that Sara doed not lovo him as in to the success of his firm 6aid: "Wo atl.mg syne." every other conceivable instrument for the days of "auld tend to our own business and notjiing making a noise. There was not a pebblo It is unaccountable that a man should else. You never hear of any of us being driving. Wo do not or a stick in tlio yard that did not turn take mustard suppers, drink beer, smoke on tho road nor out over; there was not a splinter about the rauk cigars, tell strong anecdotes and go to the theatre. Wo have no outside house or yard fence that did not echo then imagine some nice little woman business no ventures or speculations in the glad reception by thundering tones likes to kiss him. oils, wild lands, patents or stocks. What that seemed to shako the earth around. mouey wo have wo have put into our Alf tho boys eecmed to be sober and The rain falls upon the just, but not house. Wo take care of our business not disposed to damage nuything about upon the unjust, who has stolen the umaud our business takes care of us. We tho place. It lasted from 10 to 12, but brella of tho former. keep abreast of tho time." tho boys got no hearing from the happy Gov. Brown, Wednesday, sent to of the smallest known spe- couple, save a refusal to open up or treat, the Senate tho nominatian of Mr. C. J. Specimens cies of hogs are now quartered at tho If it could bo found out who the boys Norwood for another term as State Mine London Zoological Gardens. Thoy camo were, the woluen of tho community Inspector. from tho southern part of Australia aud would suo them for damage done the At San Angelo, Texas, Mrs. Taylor aro kuowu s "tho pigmy hogs of tho an. coming chicken aud turkey crop, by slipped into the jail aiid killed S. T. tipodes." They are well formed frisky, Blinking the eggs in tho community so Wilson, confined there on a charge of andaroaboutthosizeofamuskrat. They that none will batch. I doubt very much slandering her. are not to bo coufouuded with guinea if garden seeds sprout good; after The Joint Geological Committee of such a terrible shaking up. pigs, which area species of rodent. General Assembly will recommend the an appropriation of $12,000 to complete for tho At Cleveland, Ohio, John AnderMrs. Boggs Yes, I am a widow tlie survey of tho State. second time in my llfo. Miss Jag And son, claimed as husband by 121 women, Mr. M. Borntraeger, a conservative is on trial for bigamy. wlllvou marry again 7 Mrs. uoggs aud successful newspaper man, presiTulla Blackburn again beat 's Well, I'm considering whether it would Anzeiger Compa-uy- , of Ethel. She won the Straus Han dentdiedthe Louisville morning, aged 64 for mo to be so foolish. Birbe wise Wednesday dicap, one mile, in 1:42. mingham Leader, ! ears. d oceu-who I y YOU SHOULD .Our stock of.. .We have. SEE ' Gents' Furnishing Goods. EVERYTHIN G IN SHIRTS, SAM J. ROBERTS a ; 'A In plain, plaited, puff and neglige. , ; j - , l. law-make- -- appre-tnent- j 1 In-Mi- The abovt is n good picture of ono of the most ambitious and enterprising editors in Kentucky. Entering tho business ns n coin. try correspondent, bo has for the last 15 yeais filled all the positions nnd gone all tho gait,' till he is Collars, Cuffs and Half Hose. We have added a line of of the largest and now most inlluential republican daily paper in Kentucky. A little over four years ago he camo to Lexington from Ohio and established the Leader. He was told that a republican daily paper could All new and the latest styles. Remember that Thomas Emmerson's not succeed anywhere in Kentucky, Sons' Shoes are the best. much less at the Blue Grass capital, but nothing daunted, ho went to work and hisRuecesd lias beeii phenomenal. Stint ing out on a small scale, he devoted his; entire energy to collecting and printing tho news, and the Leader soon became recognized as n nowspaper. Increasing Tyjhifcy Ttj J, v Ofr in size as it increased iu wealth and influence, it has grown to tho dimensions j of n metropolitan publication, last Sunof bright aud day's i.vnie being 10 entertaining matter. Tho paper is four Has a Complete Stock of years old now and is shortly to bo print-- , ek on its own perfecting press iu a mag: nificent building owned by it and tho Stock Farm. genial Mr. Roberts is a WALL gentleman, a favorite with tlio members j who of his piofession, as well as with all know him, and possessed of youth, a lovely young wife and a splendid news paper property, ho ought to be ana doubtless is n very happy man. There is absolutely nothing mean about him except his politics and as hw never obs style. Promptly and in trudes his views on tiiat subject iu private intercourse, ono would never sus- ftaf ENGRAVING on all goods sold, free of charge. Old gold and pect him guilty of being the rautanker silver taken in exchange. republican lie oiis, roaring and red-hoccashows himself when he thinks the sion demands it. derwear in town. The best stock of Summer UnScriven's Elastic Seam Drawers are the best'. ELEGRRT LIRE RECKWERR.. editor-in-chie- f SEVBRA1TOE & SOILST. M.M0EERTZ, PAINTS, s , Druggist and Jeweler, 1' ;1 DRUGS, BOOKS, whole-soule- j PAPER, I Jewelry & Silverware. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired first-clas- ot j mom-Evan- Judge Durham's Action Sustained by His Republican Successor. II. A. Sommers sends this from Wa-h-- ' j ROBT. FEN2EL DEALER IN ington to his paper, the Elizabtthtown News: I - . l I ..! 1 1 . r I 1 "That chickens will come home to roost was very conclusively demonstrate ed in u political sense one day last week by a little episode in the treasury de-- , partment. It is a well known fact that Judge Milton Durham was turned out of his position as controller of the treasury by tho present administration because lie refused to allow th accounts of John I. Davenport, election inspector for New York, after Prtsident Harrison bad approved them. Mr Matthews, his successor, did what Judge Durham nfiihed to do. Last week John I. Davenport appeared before Controller Matthews with bis expense account for supervision of the Congressional elections iu New Yotk iu 1S00 identically the Mime kind of accounts that Judge Durham refused to approve two years before. Controller Matthews to'd Mr. D.ivt'iiport that he could not certify to Mich an account. Mr. Davenport then went to the president, got his approval of the account and returned to th treasury with it. Controller Matthews still declined to approve, putting liims'lf exactly in the same position that ha I cost Judge Durham his official scalp As the action of tho controller in such mutters is final, Davenport would have been several thousand dollars short but for tho fact that Matthews' old decision was found given when he succeeded Judge Dur ham, and when confronted with document he had to uivo in. His sustained the justice of Judge Durham position Winston Anderson fatally shot Robert Crouch at Canipni-l'sviile- . WATCHES. CLOCKS & JEWELRY j VJ REPAIRING NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONE. I6TA11 work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods VMli for "Cantorla Igso well adApUsl to children that I recommend Una superior toanyprescrlptlon 11. A. Archer, 31. D known to mo." 111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y, A. C. SINE rAKMAWiiaMftJLllBBiHH Wi ? Infants and Children. Cantnria cures Colic, Constipation, Sour btoumch, DUrrhrca, Eructation, mhi Worms, ghta blwp, and promotes ettion, out injurious medication. T7 ill- - Tn CsxTJicn CoPA;r, Murray Street, N. T SINE & MENEFEE, IUST J. N.MENEFXB DEALERS MESH. DOORS RRD BUNDS. Rough nnd Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets and Verandah Work. ftOYAl ,WOVEN WIKE A1TD SLAT FEITC3B. The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. Office and Yard Depot Street, - - - Stanford, Ky. FARRIS & HARDIN, .Dealers In. r"l POWDER Absolutely Pur all in Uavcniny Staple & Fancy Groceries Hard- -, Queen- -, Tin- - and glassware. y -- Corri-Kan- Cream of Tarter Itnlcine Powder High!it cf strength. Litett Untied Sutet Government rood Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., too Wall meet, New York. A Just Received a Beautiful Line Chamber Sets A -. v ' t -- . - 'V sr' r Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal May Pi, SrAsroRD, Ky., and every old stump from spine singular NEWSY NOTES. action of sun and water upon them had lira 80Q lOUtU hna liml lUlt lUrue become like polished celluloid. Allcomo COlint V Clerks lU the - VearS 01 Iier l'X- -i and claim a place 1S92 back eo vividly IStence. in tho memory I am making. to-d- j ay W ' i f t! ' LV,. s ,4 a m lor Graham, Illuoticld ami intermediate 6 We planned our voyage in a sail boat nation. p in lor llluefielU, IUalnrd, Roanoke, and lor 4 o clock and embarked with "CapI.yiuhburi;, Richmond and Nortolk. AIm (via tain Jack" in "The Phantom." He was KiMnokf) for WaihlniMon. Ilneerxcun. llanli- biirj. I'hilailelphu ami New York. a grizzly old seaman; had waired with Katydid at Pcnsacpla. The Olympic Club, of New Orleans, Pullman sleeping Can from luiilli. to T theocean, been "cist out" for n day and decided that the Sullivan-Corbevia Norton ami Rail lot'', alio Radlord to Ilirlit (To the Editor or the Interior Journal.) New York, mi Shenandoah junction, alio RadirfiU1 As au artist in placing himself before night and knew every crook and turn of should take place September 7 and the ll tYer k". ii rd to WathintcHt alio from Lynchburg te Rich, mond j&i ; sv cr S&2.' jAs .auanvaonly the clioicu jiits of the wind. So wo sailed, and n distance a Inutlecapu contest September l. Htid Irln lor I'ocahoniai.at I'owhatan and a p uil HliutNcut uily 7 35 a ih ij nature uiul itrranges them for his picture oi 12 miles brought us to the life saving A copy of Audubon's "Birds of jo p m, 10 jo pm A iimrii'ii" tens K.vlil In A hw ind Comnlric treatment. coittiatln; I .inilnn rupimflv 8D as to please best the eye that id will- station, where we found about two dozat Noiti Irotu the Kut daily at ran arrive niso 'in fo ' suppositories. Oinlititfit In ft ij p ilium and inlotmatwti to ichodntoa, ratei, ing to look upon his work, na one who en children in the surf. It was a varie for nearly Si, (00 -- US much if not,, more nt p,: positive cure forCaplt. aL Intern'. Kxter or fuither Recent .Vc apnlvto aentt of Narfolk .V Vtit-bloom from which to se- gated picture and beautiful to behold. than the continued annual income oi Blind or Weeding. I Itching. Chrom, never beenr has a Harden of Hereditary 1'ile tut remedy h nir W. ILllltfll.!., $i per box. t lor Ij; wnl by nail kno n in fail lect, ami culls a rose here, a npray there, They looked like little nvmphs as the Audubon's two daughteis. Oan. I'mtmct Ant.. ItooHOke. Va Wh.v tuffer Irom this terrible) diuc when a writa handful of green yonder, and commin- waves rolled and tumbled them about, Elections in France are always held ten iirattt-- l positive! given with o bovet, to Send stamp fr rdund ih gles them into a bouquet, so I, in con- their shining hair dripping nnd the on Sunday, in order to suit the conve- tree sampio oni if not cured. by A 11. IVnny, IIV . ,.IK YOl' ARE GOING t'.iiarame ntued templating the trip to Pensacola have plumpness of their pretty limbs brought nience of the workingmen and peas Drn.'Kut .mil Hole agent, Stanford, Ky, Callt r ' ( impics MEANS chosen our Gulf ride as a theme best out in bold relief by the background of ants. A hik. one was held lust SunIN letter. Xot alone for the breakers. One little lass was afraid, day. for suited tub The bronzo doors of Vandorbilt's the varied hue of the waters, the fringe so she eat on the shore ami dug her finof the surf, the long, uubroken white of gers and toes in tho sand, looking like a "Marble House" at Newport. R. I. Till the beach, but because of two who fig- saucy angel when she showered the weigh 20 tons and coU $00,000. There-arMost Satisfactory and the Most but two of them and they are 23 feet llr. t C Weill Nrneand llr.im Treatment, ured in the enjoyment of the sail and shiny specks over her tresses, that tho r ilytttna, DifiineM,ril who stand forth in my dream of it like winu was piayiu ly tumbling. It was wide by 10 Inch. Fifty men have been aopeunt f Ncrou frustration mu'rtl NctiraUia. Durable. by alrotin! Head.ii. he, or t.ibucco, Vaketulne,Meniul Depreuion, two figures about which a lonely land- bewitching to behold this mixture of at work on them a year. Louiavuic 4 NatHvitic n. H. A complete Hock of imlny Uibbn, Lel ol Hrnin, cauting insanity, tnitery, Jrcay, I waves ana cherubs. But the sun slid George William Curtis was scape closes. Only our ride was awe-iof anl I otter Taper, Oil. Mat i overt, etc. Jeatn Prematur? OKI Age, iUrrrnnrO, Lo Send far detcriptivr pamphlet to Tinver in either lex, Imitotency, Lucorrhtra anl president of the National Civil Ser- all ornate la the line far you, as hi spiring, darinR graud I Not lonely and down the west and eat but a moment 'calnee, involuntary hoei, Srlf of brain, c.iuieJ by G. M. ALLISON & CO., yet what is more lonely than the loss of upon the rim of the sky then it drop- vice Reform League, at the meeting at A month'! treatment Ahme, TmliiH land and the hollow tumbling waves? ped into the Gulf. We called several Baltimore. A resolution was adopted Ji, ix lor Si by mail. We Kiiamntep ix boxr to Make cloie conlieitlans at 4,S t t Main Mreet, for ix boxet with 5s Although it was April time, the morning times before the two, whohadsauutered declaring that the campaign pledges o' cute F.ach onlcr to rcfunJ it not curedwill teiule wtitli-LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI K,,arantte Louisville, Ky. and was close as July weather in Kentucky oil to the heights of the sand, heard up, President 'Iarrison concerning reform iuel only by A R. IVnny, Dtug;itt ivr ' Kor all points. tole ai;ent, Stanford, Ky and we were glad when 9 o'clock and then they turned reluctantly. I are unfulfilled. 1HROUf.lt TICKETS SOMl. HAGOAOK CIIIX'KHD THROUGH brought the wind ashore. It is a singu- have n pretty fair idea as to the drift of The United States government now For any Informalinn eaqulre of lar fact that the winds have regular in- their conversation, for Mrs. 's face was has 11,000 tons of silver stored in the t 1. i.i.irnjKi. tervals to rove, and woe to those who all aglow when they joined us, and I treasury vaults at Washington and it is Stanford, ...... Trav Pass AKent,Aceni, Ky. are unacquainted with their habits and laughed outright when she began to adding about 150 tons a month to the Lincoln Clrcmt Canrt. Junction C ty, Ky M Si" complain of sunburn. "It's a way love stock by fresh purchases at the market John F cYif,Vanu ' si?,.Bil,UHJy are left out at sea, becalmed, I.OOO,- "As silent as a painted ship has," 1 quoted, and when we again em- prices. Besides this there are virtue o( a ItuUtaent of wid court, renlftc ..TAKE THE i at ,h,, M'rch ,,r", ' Upon a painted ocean." barked Madge sang mo6t teasingly the 000 silver dollars and subsidiary coin in ,,nwljfbc ,,,ed treasury Svv5 luSWMSar ij r 1 f So, after informing ourselves as to the famous little song, "Love Will Find a the Mav . niisLw ctj t'jlU7- - yJVialflaf m M I mlLI-'wm The Viticultnr.il Commission places Way." "It doesn't always find the right method of the winds, we concluded to o'clock p beine the amount of the California wino crop At of tho May m or thereabout itLincoln cruM take passage upon a steam yacht about 9 way," said Mrs., "at least not at first," the day term, i9. of the .' 14,000,000 gallons. This includes all c uit, U at public ai'ction to tne hifhett o'clock and sail later in the day. Madge, and then she became confused and hid at JOUItVIIlt a'twAljTI CsltAtO Rt ,6)."" Manlord, Ky the court hcuae dorr her face on Madge's shoulder. We had the wine made exclusive o( brandy), of befort the detcribftt nroiil in ituatd iu the town r follnMin? Mrs. (who, by the waj, is a charming ol Rowland. Lincoln county. Ky., bDj tw lota quite a heated debate on the subject af- Which llbOIlt ,500,000 KUlloilS are SWeet In taid town. whtcH are bounded tbmmW ;Ti. . ... . . widow just 22) nnd myself made the trio Hit l liogtnitini; at a oaiance dry wines, ui ih thu Tj t.I' rr el e Smartest to that embarked, and there were on board terwards, but the twilight came down wines ami tlieiil!nn.4of drv wine there ' abounded lley and corner ofalt nak toSajrri old Wof LINK TO me ,h.nce N 3i w. io(oie tlmk ta some laboring men, who were to desert nnd we tuned a eongto the surroundings. N. loj.spoles tkwnce N. ', rtmac;11 ihenct to the bcKinnini; at least 1,500,000 gallons thai Will the yacht at the first landing. Wo had The clear tenor of our hero's tones, VOt be distilled, leaving about 10,oOO,000 eavainlne j polea liuk 9 one cw Thr .econd ht coutaint ab.t ', acte seated ourselves, and faced the distance blending with the rich melody of Madge's .Michigan I'cinls. ChiCc, oti the th h't "d !jm Ch4Wcn "f Thtma. Hail j3mM 1D1utlnd Mrs. ,. ,au 's alto, gaiionn suiiame ior consumption. w llullato ClrrsUud, Detroit, W4t when there was a little commotion on matchless soprano and IndiinapalU and the welt, Gov. Stanford mav have gone into u. lunmoo tho witth and wnuniw alley ..' made a trio that time can never silence. ; Ne n (Uigland, ... Cana4a. , , the wharf a dark, handsome man hur- ''Phikvlil QnMfT l'rFia thoMiuta. The drat lot detrlll will bo told PrlMirj fl the trotting horse llUcinoW for pleas- - first and tl that doe not brtn,--- um uHUiei.I to ried from among the crowd and stepped lt" "" ure," but it has proved a more proilta-- ' abin Pu.'iLl" m) on board just as the orders were made Heart to Thee," brought many an Ilaltininre. Philadelphia on a Sal month. and when it was ended ble business than the Southern I'acirlc bands will be madethe par.credit of lx appravoJ W'Mhingtun. Ouickesl lime loHartndiburg, Frankfort, Ky go." He came forward and sent one to us with to "let her it juiro'l ol Richmond. VIRCIS'IA Sh.rtxt and railroad. He has sold about $400,000 ocuniv payablo to the Conntuuiutier, halu); lh (DiRll'M-WJIIlS- To joined us, hesitatingly, looked to the the little dock seemed peopled with new Quickest line to roiatainc a hen t and enVct "1 a judgnu-uo comers. But the spell was gone the worth of trotting stoi'k fince the upon the prapocty wild until all ihe puethate Monright, to the left and then out over the Fi.ett ami best VesllbuhMl lluffat Wtig Cart ix January. He lias now three horses that ey paid and bearing inlrreat at tho tat ofSaid and rarkrOr o all trains par cent par aaeam from ktie until paid. bay. I had a fine view of his face and line of orange faded from the west, the would bring as much more, and could taio will b mad to ianfy a debt of Sioo.l with Nichanfe of cart, best accotnmoiiattans. quick. I FH TRAINS thro' with figure and fancy began at onco to weave stars came out over us ami we seemed tune and lowest rates. SOLID mx laterttit from March l sell another $100,000 worth and ecaretily paidpur tout, arnbablo cimi ofthi acMhtSo, until out chance VhsriBl oa, Hu aunt; ham, Merit to r 11I' rmaiiea addreta via Chaitan and Jjo him intoia romance. Who was he? fleeting upon an ocean of ink. Thus we inif-for Knei connection va laa atakin; direct G.M DAVISON', IAN. HARKEK, O V A., Chic go. them 01F the ranch and then have ville, Atheville, l.tne hbutard points IB the U t. Where did he come from ? Was he mar sailed that day. atd llaiter Con'r Llncola Clrcwitt'ouit IKUbll.D P A . I.oin.ville a million dollar' worth left. Katydid. Yours Sincerely, ried? etc. I said ho was dark; he was j to Dr. M. L. Bourne, the druzcM. dettrei only browned by the sun and must have CHU RCH AFFAIRS. publiih the followin,; tetimony. a he handle the T?AT? Dl?TrP ' titrable I'araa at i0 At ChatiaSMga for Atlanta, Columbus, WilmiDt Cumberhnd Lcw.vills hnaii verv fair,, for under the brim of hia IX llUL 1.1 Acre on Crab tlrckard ton, Charleston, Augusta, alacoa, Savannak to be reliable "1 boujht a l1 remwly and Ullit 4ocbittlo of Chamberlain' l'alnllalm .tnd applied pike, mile fm Stanford. W. H. Miller. The Southern Presbyterian General it to tr.y Hmbi, which nive boen atiiKtea nil hat his forehead was white as a girl's. tirunswick, Lake utty, 1 nomassme snu x i.uiu K. H. DA point. His eyes were gray, bhaded with dark, Assembly will meet at Hot Springs, Ark., rheumatism at interiaU for one year. At the nine The ouly llae running solid VeslibuM trains with Double Daily cbe4ute, a state RePu Pullman Boudoir or 1'alace SUcpinc Cart to St la Effect December ao. lV)l LWhi! curling lashes, hair very dark, nose May 19. Augustine nitboul change lor any class af pas. ' Mr Karr. HcJywcod, me tation for Curing Obscure straight and slender and his moustache Siginund Ilagowsky, aeon-ha- cured Cot, R Hleading drusgut at Kan owl, nurj?D7 ter fera or sorrir Holy the A. Selata tndMi; rr. Hanttrille, Decatur LveLiMilsvile....'....'. voucliet for Ihe truth of the above t tatenicnt a sweep that aged his face about 30 verted Jew, was ordained a Baptist Chronic Diseases. FlnreDce. Memphis and ARKANSAS points. 4JPI " Maafartl 11 a m SUortxst and quickest ta Anmston. Seitoa, Mo I thought. , Occasionally, when later, at Louisville, Arr. MltVlletboro 7 4 am Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo. bile Duicl connections made at NKw ORLve. MMdlmbtMO r t top m 7 so am The Southern Methodist Women's he would stnoothe his moustache, I LEANS without omnibus traasler for Ualrestar Arr. Cumberland Cap.. .. The best hem the world lor cuti, bruiiet p Houiton, Austin, 7iJm ' llatmlwn Sprlag.... ait rheum, fever orei, a jfpm 7 slam could see the curve of his lips. The lit- -' Board of Missions will meet in Lexing-ti- Jore, ulcers,chllblaina, corn and alltetter, chapskin erup ' Arihtir....!. ped hands, pr 744 W 4J yacht sailed along. Tho waters ruf- - ton Juno 15. Bishop E. R. Hendrix will lions and positively curea piles, or no pay requir" Powell River MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. TEXAS, ;ptn 7 J61 m ' Tatewtll ed. It is guaranteed to eiv. perfect satisfaction a iu fled around us, lapping over the edge of preach the annual sermon June 3. i ! pm ( i a in I'rice 5 cents per box. " Lotie MouMiaia The nlv in'rouc- line t" Jackson and Vicksburg, or money refunded. JJttM jja rn aaaaaaaaaaELaK ' Clinch River..'.. Mitt. Sbrevert La,, making ditut eonnectioni To All Friends of Bro. G. 0. Barnes: Kor sale by A R. Pennv, Stantord, Ry. the boat and enveloping us in a misty j 4f p ml 41 a aaaaaaaaaaaafl&fe ' Oalinan ... transfer jr Dallas. F ft Wotth, without Mi am I have consigned to me a few copies of shower at intervals. Then they smoothAustin. San Antonia, El Faso and Kintsin Washburn p as t o a m 4 Happy Hoodlora. Bro. Barnes' "Credo and Credulity," " Powder Springs .... 4 Tpas y ii a m ol Idaville, Inilur, ed out into an aiuetliistiue field and to and a number of copies of his "Gospel Wm Timmons, potmaier " Lutir.'ll TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CAUFORMA. lujia "Electric Hitters has done moro f r ua " Csrryten the left, and beyond, lay pale green pas oi urace and TJie Two salvations Hit writes: other medUines combined, for that a 45a pm 9 4v a in than all ' Malttieyvtlle Kor through tatt-.e correct county maps and Iu 3 ey p m mourn truu kidney and ' tures. Think of it a pale green fluid former at $1.23, the .latter at 50 cents feelini: arising from and stockman, liersame p..i , Hcverly 3 ra pm i" it a m inlormat'oa call on Agent at Junction City, Ky of xeille. farmer ' K .V U.Jlunctwn... or address 5 JJ pm io to am J S. I.KIT1I. Hitter to be the best Kidpasture! One of the party said some-- , Persons t esinnj: to purchase them will John W. P. WALTON. Wc will pay the nbove reward for liny Mck Headache, In. i,iver Coraptaint, digestion, i ontllpati.Mi or iiHmcnets we can noi Vegetable Liver Pills, when tin cure with West s direction aie imcily compiled with. They an vegetahleund . omo sptuiiHUVL iniuiiem.u.'i-iiu- i hH purely Sugar coated. never fail to give sallslac. Larjre boxes eontaininf jc llI Beware f counterfeits and limitation llgureil it OUt that Mr. William Waldorf PUl. 5 inly oy mejuiiuv. I ne ccmiiiif inatiuuciureo r. Aetor'ri income is 21) cents a second, S17.- - W'wt Co., Chicago, 111 For tnle by . ii l'eti- r I ny. 2S a minute and about $1,000 an hour. Ssoo REWARD. I)i.cp, caf BEMrXsTGTOIXr -- rW NorfolkiWestern R.R. 1891. STANDARD Schedule December 6, Typewriter LEAVK NOHTON DAU.V 4 . 1 15 Nor-fil- v tt - Kt-c- s Myer-McAulifl- 'e J UWB lioeol-wil- 1 111 I Rail-loaJv- c best "wo:r,:k: . THE SIMPLEST . N"ORTHokWGST, T:3G3H over-exrrti.- THESHORTEST TIME bt Soft-cuii- ijt MM n Double Daily l.unr-nnlo- Commissioner's Sale. V rliLtrtsCRESffllT "" wmBti&kiio 11 1 1 Mondnv, 1 9tll, lS)2, I . J I MM -- w s no-t- THE WORLD'S" FAIR atk. tor-ar- e U.CaV'UXWATJ , l'HJ(Ar:J'D9 OM ,d - 1.o-ji- St""";? tvr-11 tX New York, Koston, rrs WEST hir t lt NEW '(5IRLEAKS,' aV1Rj(3)LI(KA9 s 1 I i rf - -. I J fomh 4 ! hA , j Ex-Kab- d s, 11. min-year- 1 e - . .. Jpm -- iV hatever profit anes taaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVr frou, 8t,le, win KO oi c0llrg0 ;o Brother J i, down on a hunt nnd had left his com Barnes. Mrs. W. G. Welch, Stanford, rades that morning for a day's sail. He Kv. talked easily and was natural, but at To Tan a Sheep Skix. As soon as the times a deep melancholy settled iu his La Grippe Again. skin is removed from the carcass spread Durins the epidemic of La Grippe last ica:n handsome eyes. Fate was handling ns Discovery it out smoothly on the ground, hnir side J Dr. King's N,v proveu 10 for Consunpti' , and as the barge made a turn the sun 'down; oeine ucii icwu-urub in a mixture of powdered Coughs and Colds, who used it confirm this statemany Reports from aaaaaaaaaaaam aaaaaaaaaaaaaaamt 9rJmJKY streamed down upon the little widow but. Wj&& they were not only quickly relieved, you ment -- " tne diseae left no bad niter results. We ask tliat j hero suggested that she come j and our consist of 3 alum and 3 sat. After a to uive thu remedy a trial and we guarantee . satisfied with resnlts, or the purchase over to the shade, and moved, making thorough rubbing sprinkle mixture over you will be relunded. It has no equal in La price will be room for her beside himself. And booh the skin to trouble the depth of APPLEMAN M. D.. of an inch, Urippe, or any Throat, Chet or Lunir Dri Store J. Trial bottles iree at A R. Penny the waves begin a rolling motion, and then fold the skin up carefully and put Largo bottles, 50c and $1. nml rt rt rmB 11m oca nAithinjl iuiuiuk, uuu ouuu .. bUUll llin nnA dscuicu vai-THE CELEI1RATED Refreshing Retreats. ' Madge and I sought our pillows in the . where it should remain for 10 or 12 days. fast approaching and now is Summer little cabin. But the two talked on out u and the time At tho end of this tune out, ami spoilsmen that excursionists, a route for their sumshould figure out upon the deck. (Sounds like a story,! Fcrimrly I'rolessr.r of I'taclke of Medicine, In ib.ins so. the delightfully coo! while moist stretch it tightlv to an old mer vacation. doesn't it? But, honor bright, it is ev door or table of ummer and fishing resorts located along the boards, being careful to consin Central Lines come Ividly to view, amotip Electrical Medical College, ery word a truth.) I heard him say 111 . tack it at every point and corner; now which are Fox Lake,Cedar Lake villa, III., .Muck, Lake, Neeiuh, aupsi-something about the loneliness of the TORON TO, CANADA, watiin, Wnuke-hlcon giye it a hard rubbing with corn meal Fitield, lletlernut and Achliind. In. sea of life at best, and that he had join- for half mii ha within the lat fivo )wir become the center Now Examining I'hysician of the an hour daily for four or live ofuttractlon tor morn pleasure sxukerx hunters and ed the hunting party solely to get away days. If the Union, and corn meal cannot be procured, fishermen than niiv other Male In in bi;uiii Southern Medical Institute, me each vllt incrww tne iniiro from self, but that his wretchedness fac use baKim fraKranco perfectly dry sand, but be very care- ch.irmln j landciifM-- , breathe the atiuosphere, wanLOUISVILLE, KV. liivizoratliii; ed him everywhere. Then came the) ful to that it a part sift it so that ouly the finest may der throiiKh in the tho colonnades of rtatelv pines and story of love, the altar, sickness, a wreck-- be kpeckkil beautii--i with a hand inade fir. Tuesused on the skin. By this rubbing hook tho For pamphlets containing valuable information, ed mind, tho asylum and death. And the T. S. l'ATrV, D. I' A., skin is made as soft as wished; the ftc., apply to Way 24, fnattanooga, lenn. all through the storv the waves Bobbed, j more it is rubbed the softer it will be- orJAS. C. FOND, General I'&wetiser and Ticket From a. m. 6 p. m., one day only, to returning and I could hear the murmur of a soft 9 I hlcngo, HI. come. Rural World. every four weeks duting the year. voice, intoned with sympathy, mingling In almost every nelshborhootl throughout the Dr. Applem4nis a graduate ef Uellevue lloinit-a- l with that of the speaker's. Tho new baby had proved itself the West there Is orae one or more persons whose Medical College, New Vcrk City, and ihe Eleclives have beeu saved by Chamberlain's Colic, trical Medical College, Toronto, Canada. He has possessor of extraordinary vocal powers, Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy, or who have been made a special study ot the diseases he treated in We landed at Fort Monroo and groped cured of chronic and had exercised them, much to John- espec la! pleasure diarrhoea by it. Such persons take the great Uellevue and Charity Hospital for sev In recommencing me lemeii 10 er.il years and rccogniresnoiupcrior abont the shadowy ruins arid then out diagnosing ny's annoyance. One day he said to his others. Ihe praise that follows its introduction and treating Chronic Diseases He indevotes all upon the Gulf beach. The breakers nul.ir. ss an" S cent his time to the ver v makes nervous chronic mother: "My little brother came from and use for taleit by Dr. M L. Bourne, Druggist diseases of bothtreatment ofhis skill and expert in bottles sexes and at an were bringing up the shells and wo spent and Optician, Stantord, Ky. Heaven, didn't he?" this class of case is ell established. Treats sue 'Yes, dear." an hour in gathering them. It was such cesslully, and Johnny was silent for some time, and delight to reach our parasols far out a then ho weut on: "Say, ma." "What Cures into a billow and fish up a different shell is it, Joliuny ?" "I don't blame the Acuto and Chronic Catarrh, Ringing in Ears, from those strewn about us, ami it was When Baby was alclc, wo gate her Cnatorla. Deafness, Diseases of Kye, Kar, Nose, Ihroat, forbounciug him, do you?" Lungs. Kidney, Urinary and It'addcr troubles Bituply distracting to see our hero stepWhen she was a Child, ihe cried, for Castorla. llnght's Disease. Dubctes, D)tpepsla, Comti- ping into the breakers and claiming so Rheumatism aud Paralysis, Epilepsy or Mr. Hayseed "What's this extra When she became Miss, she clung to Cnstorla. 'its positively cured. many trophies for Mrs. B s basket. It charge for?" Hotel Clerk When she had ChiWxen. she Kve them Castorla. Vounr or middle aged men suflerint; from Sper "Wo charge malorrnea, liupotcncy, Kruptioni, the results of was hardly fair. Why couldn't the rest extra for gas burned all night." errors or excesses, should call before It is too late "Why, of us have had a hero that day? The sky cousarn y'r picturs, you've got We gurauteo a cure if case has not gone too far a sign Supertlucus hair and all eruptions of the face was blue and broad enough to have let there plain as kin be, 'Don't blow permanently removed. out down more than one, it seemed. But, the gas.'" New York Weekly. Some of the Grand Armyboy may be Interested In th from Alex II. l'ope. A. D. I , then, I have the recollection of them and Commander Dep't Tenn.ai.il Ga, lie ays, "We I know I shall never is something. Tho free binding twine bill passed have hud an epidemic of whooping cough Here- As Sy.hdi, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc., that 'Stcw,art, Tcnti.) and Ulianioeruin's Lougn neniecured by never failing remedies. forget the picture the ur, bluo Gulf the House 1S3 to 47. dy has been the only medicine that has done any Diseases of women, such as Leucorrhea, painful from whooping couijh Menstruation, Displacement ol Womb, beating leveling into space, wrinkling itself Tho ayerago mortality of unmarried good.'' There is icidaniier plven. It completely when tin remedy Is freelydown pains in back, relieved in short time. and V) ceut bottles for a dlsoase. nearer nnd turning up its fpamy edno, meu between the ages of L'O and 23 is 1,- - r.,iiir..l ilm M, The Doctor carries all his portable Instruments L. Hounie, Druggist and Optidan, and comet prepared to examine the most obscure salo bv Dr against them tho long, long beach ' 174 iu every 100,000, while that of Stanford, Ky. medical anil urgica( cases He undertakes no incurable diseases hut cures into distance this way and ried men is only 597. huudreds given up todie. Mllea' Norve and LlverB Pill Us sparkle, the white spideia that The largo barn of A. S. McCanu, at that, the liver, Acton a new CONSULTATION FREE ran in armies before us and dug their Fair Lawn, near Lexington, was destroy- - stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' l'ills speedily cure biliousown graves in the sand, the splatter of ed by tire. Five young trotters were ness bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Acd C)nfidcnt:al.Addrrss Unen,ualed for the water where the, mackerel played, burned to death. L033 $10,000, with So, mildest, surest.men. women, children. Smallest J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D, Fifty dotot 5 cent. Sample and even the broken pieces of timber 000 insurance. Jan. t Louisville, Ky. at A. R. Penny's. ' thing about Kentucky and the stranger iiya drug store. was no longer a stranger. He had come ,f ! m 'Ur A . . . "Find Klectnc ney and liver medicine, made me feel like a new merchant, same man-- " J.W Gardner, hardwareiut ton,says: is "Electric Hitter is don l the thins for care uheth a man who all run do n and new strength, gj erhelnesor dies; he found had a new leaae n and felt just like he appetite hie Only jc a bottle at A. R. I'enny's urjff store. says- Kiaafcij s ('! y P m D MIl.LEK, Itaine Mangr , Ttav Pats Aift CiocicntP- , D G EDWARDS. . P .V T. A , lincilon City.Ky ' KnoivlMe... NOltTli trguyfi' 3 j3 p m tl 10 a m wHnliii' S. Air K. '.., ve Kilos vtllr .V O Junction.. ... ii Maloneyville Kentucky Central R.R. "ilL.ri3 OMC..A.HH i"'".,,ii" utireii .. ' , "K3Bla4iiiii aadflaB KOrTK." t. ' Tho Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kunluclcvto all polntts North Eatst, Woat and South-WeuFn Lino botwoon Loxlntjton and Clncln THROUGH TRAINS CINCINNATI TO MID DLLMIOROUGH and JELLICO. SCHEU'DLE IN EFFECT NOV. ij. iJ,t No. South-Houn- . natl. " " " " 1 Chnch Rlvtr " Lone Mountain. itjtrrtati v...cz:. .. River P " ttatam f.,6pin ytoara ' yi u 111 I :'.1 a. 9Mam,A)ipm m' A .... vjoa in ( (! t n. idiaam 10 ?'- -- 1011am a laacwell Pwell 1047 a in 11 a 111 7 7 m 7 7 8 !" te p in 47pm 45Pm ...C. .MiUUICIfWIO Arr. Stanford ?,?'."'"" JJJdJ etboro. ."nM.r r llainllton Splines -- nriin 1140 am 11 rm v 1 ' .1111 "LtKlavllle. .. ..laisn'n ajSpm a is 7 05 I" 48 a m 31 a m 8 j pm 8$7p m 911pm 39 p m i p m 8 36 p m M 41 p m a in m ... V, 1 plKi.ure-Krkcr- English Specialist. 1. No. j Ex. Sun ply to Tor any Information as to routes, rates, etc .ap- Daily. Lve Cincinnati .. 8 10 Lve Covington... 8 18 0 43 Lve Falmouth.-- .. 11 II Arr I'aris Air Lexington. i 10 F.ve Paris ii s Arr Wincheiter.. u 10 Richmond... 1 35 Arr 45 Ei. Sun. W. A. I11.V, Acting Gfii'l Past. Act , Knoxville, Tenn. ! a, n-- Arr Lancaster... t 5 Arr Stanford Lve Richmond ... Arr Livington.... Arr Middlesboro North-Hound. 35 P u. a m1 8 oo p m' a m' 8 08 p m' J o p n am ij ii p m 4 33 P n a m to as p m 6 to p rx m p in ii co p in, a ml o 50 p m p nil to p P m TJP '"Jim 1 Will be at Stanford, day, so p 35 p 3 05 p 7 33 p P m m m m " Newport News it Mississippi Valley Co. Chesapeake A Ohio Route.) .1.. Washington, Philadelphia No. 6. Old Point and the Seathore and all Eastern Cities. No. 4. No. a. Baltimore, Now York, IN EFFFCT NOV. i j Ati-ni- , Permanently un-ge- ls f..lloM-lii- Blood and Skin Diseases. Lve Middlesboro Lve Livingston... 11 15 a m Arr Richmond.... it 41 a m Lve Stanford... 7 00 a m o 3 w Lve Lancaster 7 50 am Arr Richmond., 10 ij a m Lve Richmond... 11 41 p m 6 05 a ml1 An Winchester. I 33 P m 6 35 a ml Arr Paris ?7 Prn 7 45 a m'j Lve Lexiugton ... 3 00 p m 7 00 m! 3 43 P m Lve Paris pm '37 p m 7 53 a m ( ij n in Lve Falmouth... 4 01 9 3 Arr Covington ... 5 35 P m 10 54 a m Arr Cincinnati 5 43 P m 11 00 a m On theMayiville Uranch, No lo.leavet Paris at 755. m and No. u, at 615, p in, arriving at Maytvilleat 1010, a m, and 830, p m. No, leavet Maytville at 5101 m, arriving at Paris at 740, am. .no. 11 leaves Maytville at jo and arr vesat at 4 10, p m. These trains are daily except Sunday. No 1, dally to all points except Rowland Divis. ion, which is daily except Sunday. No. 7 rjns daily from Lexington to Cincinnati. Except Sundays' No, runs daily. No 4 runt daily from all stations except the Rowland Division, which it daily except Sunday. No. 6 daily except Sunday. , No 5 daily between Cincinnati aud Lexington. Except Sundays. No 16 Pant and Lexington Accommodation daily. Leaves Lexington 10:00 a. m. Arrives Paris Daily. 6 ;8 a m K. Sun Ex. Sun, II 15, 1S91. l, . Fast iLimlt'diAccom.iAcco. HOUND, Mail Ex Daiy j Daily an nx ru ,J"y.:i 'if Lve Lexington..,,. p 40 1 l3i 6 00 P li 30 P 7 00 p " Winchester.,.. 6 45 Ml. Sterling... S54 7 P. ..? l',7 35 P IMily. Arr Ashland. l 10 pio 07 8 40 a!....... " Catlettsburg. u sS u 10 m 8 59 " Huntington, J" P.io 47 9 30 " Washington, 6 33 a a 10 " Philadelphia. 1047 n j So p Arr New York ...J I to p 8 10 p EAST I ' r.. J9p " . '" WEST HOUND Lve Huntington.. Ashland Daily, 6 00 6 37 10 37 .. I 1 " CatlitttLurg II 54 105 t 3 08 J 43 Ml. Sterling vv inclietter.. Arr Lexington ,ti?"cP p1 6 P. 7 D; 14 it 11 . Pi " Uuisville. iiaot s as II is 1 I'i7 I5 o Jo p' j 45 p 8 05 a 9 50 Pi 7 40 p uso 1 Pi iu 55 p6 25 a - mar-etretchi- principle-regulati- ng' Kalmouth Accommodation; leaves Arrives Falmouth 7 oj p m dally except Sunday, No. 8 Leaves Falmouth 6 00 a in. Arrive Cincinnati 7 55 a m daily except Sunday, , No. and 3 make connections at Winchester for points on the N. N. A- M. V. R'y, . D. No. 1 carries through cars from Cincinnati to Middlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all in' terrnedlate stations and runs daily. S. R. KNOTT, C, P. ATMORE, Traflic Manager. Gen. Pats. Act. GenciatotTice, Louisville, Ky. S F.B: MORSE, Gen'l Patt'g'r Agt., Office Chamber ol Commerce Huuding, Cincinnati No. 7 Cincln-nati5:i5p1 - 10:45 a " Limite Vcstlbultd Trains run dally in connec tion nth Chesapeake 'F. F. V." to New York. Fast Mall Traint run dally nnd make local sttpi between Lexington and Huntington. and Morehead Accommodations lliintinKlou run daily. Lexlnuton and Morehead and Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accommodations run daily except Sunday. Through Sleeping Cart tr and from Washington and New ork without change, Ac , apply to any agent of this or tounoctiog lines' I'or full information in regard to rates, routes 'lL E. HUNTINGTON', C. L. BROWN, V, P. and G. M G. P. A '' Lexington, Ky, V.j HARRISON, G.W.BARNEY, G.M., Lexington, Ky. T P. A..Aihland;Ky. X"t .ti.. .'! 'I -!. t '& 0 'Kl' ".inlt" r V ' .xi vf'' , P- - - - ?Sr- - 'tt&! WANDERINGS OF A DERELICT. Itrniiirkulili! Drifting of Wiw Aliimilo I i n hrlimniiT Tlio wanderings oh the ocean of the Philadelphia schooner Wyer G. Sargent, which was abandoned March 1, 1MU.200 miles oust of Capo Huttem, ns marked out on the pilot chart issued by the hydrogrnphk' olllce, has attracted considerable, attention in shipping circles. Hulletcd, as tho Sargent has been for twelve months, by tho fierce storms thnt havo swept the Atlantic of late, tho fact that Hho has withstood them all and Btill drifts around at tho will of the elements is considered remarkable by seafaring men. When Captain Danso and his crew abandoned tho Wyer O. Sargent on tho night of March 111 they did not think would lloat until tho next morning, her condition was so torious. Her hatches hnd been washed oil, tho water was pouring into her hold, tho main and foremasts were gone and hanging alongside of tho wreck and tho vessel was waterlogged. Tho crew was landed at Nuevitas ami nothing was heard from tho vessel until May I, when a passing vessel sighted her somo SiOO miles to tho eastward of tho position whero sho was abandoned. Sho was then in the same condition as when tho crew left her, tho mmb sweeping over her deeply submerged hull. Tho next report of tho derelict was gotten hero in July, when n vessel that arrived from Europe reported passing her on July 1! in latitude of JO degs. and longitude altout 57 degs., which would plucu her just 1,200 miles east of Philadelphia. Sho was then drifting an easterly course, which would havo brought her upon tho coast of Portugal. Aug. II sho was again sighted, and by this time she had drifted in a southeasterly direction to tho latitude of about JW degs., longitude 10 degs. According to rejmrts received from time to time by vessels who jiassctl thu derelict on their way across tho Atlantic it was learned thnt sho pursued a zigzag course, until Sept. M, when sho struck oil in tho direction of the Canary islands. She held this conrso until Oct. 20, when sho went off again in n southwesterly direction for tho north const of South America. Nov. 23 she was headed around by tho winds and currents due west, and made nlxmt WW miles in this direction when she came around north to latitude 31 degs,, longitude 10 degs., where she was flighted by tho Uritish steamship W. I. Iladclilfe. Sho was at that time, according to the captain of this steam-ship'- s statement, in a remarkable state of preservation, but lay deep in tho water, with every roll of tho sea going over her. Her lowsprit and jwirt of her jib loim were standing, as was also about six feet of the mainmaut. Since this time nothing hasKen heard of frt twvieriug derelict, and the .rv keeping a watchful eyo over all tho slu;u' logs turned in for inspection with hopes of getting still inoro information regarding this interesting vessel. There nrw numerous other derelicts adrift in tho western ocean at this time, but none hnvo withstood tho storms as long as tho Sargent, and shipping men n vessel of wonderful nay sho must construction. Sho was laden, it is said, with a light cargo. Philadelphia Press. iur Ako. north Atlantic Tlint ," Kleptomaniac. A short tlmo ogo, according to a n wealthy woman bought a diamond brooch nt his store, and tiring of it after a few months' wear, sent it back to 1h worked into iv different shape. Ono diamond was to remain over and bo returned loose with tho brooch. Tho woman's orders were carried out, and diamond and brooch, securely wrapped, given into her hands by a trustworthy employee. Hardly had tho man returned from the errand, when the woman telephoned that the loose diamond was missing. The jeweler was dumfounded. Tho messenger declared ho had given tho package to the woman just as ho hnd received it from the jeweler. His employer believed him, but ho could not bring himself to suspect tho woman. He thought she might have dropped the stone while unwrapping the parcel, and suggested that explanation, lint the woman was jsitive that no diamend was in the parcel when she received it. There was only one thing to do, and that was to make up the loss. This the jeweler did, but his suspicions wero now aroused and he determined to lx watchful. It was not a great whilo beforo the woman came to the store with another piece of work. She had a diamond which she was going to send down to be set in a hreaxtpiu. In a few days the diamond came, and judge of the jowel-er'- s surprise when he recognized, by n lculiar tlaw, the very diamond he had returned with tho brooch. The jeweler's course was quickly taken. Ho simply kept the diamond. The woman haa tacitly acknowledged her guilt, for, though this hnpiened several yewa ago, sho has never had tho courage to claim it. Louisville Courier-Journa- A tVoaltliy jow-elo- r, TO OO THIS St'MMKtl. If V0U contemplate taking a nip this rummer Years bnvo passed slaco I know thee and remember that the tno't delightful place proved thee, O Solitude, w IseU nml Ixwt in America Is Oid Point Comfort, Va. my llrat paslon moved tbeo Since tlio On Tuesday, July 20th, tho Chesapeake To sini; to my spirit of runt. Venn lmru pnwi-d- ; I Imvo uitnd'urctl forsaking k Ohio Railway will run its annual exThy ti'inplu nud touchlnc, nml taking clusion from Ijexington and the s No tlioiiklit of thou. Thou hast beou making Ib'gjon. A trip In Old Point will For iuo lo Ink' rtiut. coM you Ipss than to any other place on I return to thi-- now. nm weary. The throw will not tnli me, nor I account of the extremely low rales made Find th Innermost dim court ft dreary hy the Hyueia Hotel and the railway Itetrittt: let tho pneunut jmss hy. company to parties Inking advantage of And Mow l Iiouoiiiuh thnt went i'rlugtiti; And dolefully ho that went sliHCint;, tide excursion Full partiruiais will he No laurel leaf holding, and briiii'liitf mlverlifud shortly. Chn. L Hrown, G. , No hopu hut to die. A , Blue-Gras1 SONG AT EVENING. WllEltK Hnndnul. Hrtd by Charles Dunn. Will make the season of 1S92 at my stablo It miles from Milledgeville. Lin- SIRED HY OXWAKI) CHIEF 4493. coln county, on tho Stanford and (MilHy Onward Mil, record 2 'Si, ..ire of 40 ledgeville pike, nt in 2 00 list, also 17 producing (ons and 10 producing daughters. 1st dam Lady bv Hutchtn- ... I... a l.i;w;-- tt Adoni Is a beautiful dark bay with !..., ni.L.t oilnn. ..1 (liim linzu jailC, black points, lo hands S inches high, foal- (dnm of Maud Messenger 2 10J,Alerit2 37) ed August lSvS, nud is a jrand saddle uy uentie ureeze sireot Pearl 2 30, kc dam hore. Those who want to breed to a C.irl; 3d37, by Kitty Hivir, dam of Ucrtio 2 Abdullah 1.1. sire of Almoin, htmdsomu Kentucky saddle stallion arc invited to look mint) over and see his ac- Kelmoni, &c; 1th dnm bv lied Jacket, hire of the danj of Kentucky Wilkes 2 21, tion and style. iikcs i' 4 ami grantln.il ot lie was sired by the grand show horse, .uiiuimi I!ed Second Jewel, he hy Cunningham's Jew- 00.13Wilkes. So S0 2 17i. Liri.. Willre .t. el, he by Washington Denmark. Hav hoise. beavv innnr nml ill wStli His first dam, .Minnie, by McDonald's size, style and finish, and representing Halcorn, Second dam by Wells' Crusader, his some 01 tne nei trotting lantilies in the first dam unknown, but thought to be nu whole country. Should make a great stock llOIse. Will llllllcp slinrt seni.nn nl rvnr Oliver. stable I'J miles west of Stanford, Mares kept on grass or fed at leason-abl- e prices but not responsible for acciAt $10 to Insure a Mare in Foal. dents should anv occur. At same place a F. P. SANDIDGE. Milledgeville, Ky. AJDonsris. - Onward Messenger 1 - ' ) l ? i $12.50 to Insure a Living- Colt. Me-enge- r, 1 . JH-jfi- , Oh, tenderly draw me and fold me In raiment of thine pure at.d seet. Let thitio uriris hi in other dnj s hold me In jHHU't'ful ilrmms nt thy feet. Let thero ho no more hitter henrt ailing: Let me sleep mid forgot rim vailing Uwlru and tho hope ever fulling P. A The draft Incomplete. A New York Independent. OOOCIIOIO TUTT'S ITmv Liver niitl-l!llo- I'lueUy Premiere. Diiimeuite. l. An Historic Communion An Cup. interesting relic connected with the ecclesiastical history of the state has been recovered within a few days in the town of Lyme. It is a pewter com. muuiou cup, learing date of lC.'tT. It was brought to this country two'cenhi-rie- s ago by tho Pilgrim family which settled in New London county, ror nearly fifty years this curious relic ha been lost sight of, tho descendants of its original owners not knowing of its wherealiouts. Iu 1S40 it was iu the possession of Thomas Pilgrim, who was nt years of age and that time eighty-sevea pensioner of tho Revolutionary war. Thomas Pilgrim entered the service in 177(1 for three years iu ono of tho Connecticut regiments and was also ono oi the volunteers for the defense of New London iu the war of IS 12. One of the last of this old cnxionerii descendants iu tho mnlo line, James Pilgrim, died iu Hartford in 1SS3. Ho wiu a man of marked inventive genius. Two dauglWers survive him, ono of whom, Trances Kiln Pilgrim, was tho originator of tho idea of displaying tho national ling in tho school rooms and buildings throughout the state. She is a graduate iu the state normal school and n teacher iu Stoughton. Tho family will endeavor to regain jwssession of tho ancient relic that has just been found in Lyme. New London (Conn.) Telegraph. n Giller. tho premiere danseuso brought over first by tho lato American Opera company, and who afterward danced nt the Metrojiolitau ojwra house, had her leg broken three times. The first time was when a girl at tho Conservatory iu Russia. She was to dance with tho other girls tafore tho emperor, and on her way to tho Conservatory fell and broke her leg. Tho calamity was tho greater from tho fact that her proficiency made it almost certain that the emperor would notice her and her career lw made. Sho was sent instead to tho hospital, whero she remained many weary months. On her recovery she went to Paris, and in Sho was timo got an engagement. scarcely launched when sho tripietl on tho stage and snapped another bone. While yet under treatment domestic reasons made it imperative that sho should earn money, and sho went from her tad and crutches back onto tho stage. A third luckless break occurred, but Gillert is still up and at it. Her success, iu 'act, lies not iu the grace and jxetry of her dancing, but in her ability to do all the impossible tilings of tho ballet. To this, it is believed, tho extraordinarily brittlo quality of her legs Exmay In somo way contribute. change. Women' Clulu Iiicrennlng Itapldly. Tho Federation of Women's clubs is constantly growing. At a recent meeting of its board of control twenty new clubs were admitted. Among these was the Wintergreen club, of Boston, so called from tho fact that no woman under fifty years of age is eligible for Mrs. Kate Tannatt Woods and Mrs. M. J. Livermoro talong to this club, with other equally brilliant women. Tho Cleveland Sorosis, n Memphis club, and the Thought and Work club, of Salem, Mass., wero also admitted to tho federation, together with a club in tho island of Ceylon. This club is tho direct outgrowth of tho Bombay Sorosis. When tho Ceylon women found that their Indian sisters could havo their club ono was started among themselves, and tho fact of its. recognition by tho federation proves its successful establishment. Tho federation does not admit nor recognizo classes for study as clubs. Many such, with club titles, exist, but are not a link in this great chain of sisterhood which is banding tho earth. Her Point of View in New York Times. mem-tarship. V" m n ns nn nnd k remedy nro trouderf ul In tlielr oUVcti freeing tho nyntoin of blllotunesi nuci mninria. no ono iiiing in nntl-malnrl- al Pi d. 11 Wl a should be without them. Their uio pruvrnts attacks of chtlla and fever, dumb ague, billon colic, nnd Elra iiieiiiin nirrngiu 10 resist mi hid pvII or nn unhealthy and Impure nt-m uioiplirrn. Klcgnntly nucar-contev. I'rlce, 33c. Olllce. 31) I'arK l'larr, Malarial Regions S1TYDBB, Thi wcllhred 4 year-olJsiallion; will make the present .season at in) farm, nt M 01 eland, at d Largo Mill Jack. At 8 to Insure. & 10 J. A. S. T. IIARUIS, .. o RED EAGLE. Standard. Foaled May 20, 18S9. Wood bnv, black legs, mane and tail, will be full 1(J hands high nt maturity. Sired by, the incomparable Red Squirrel, the grandest saddle stallion on earth, . as his record will show. His owners, the Messrs. Owsley, of Hurksville, have refused nn ofler of $1,000 for him; stands at $31 the season, cash in hand, and can not accommodate half his patrons; sired by Hlack Squirrel, he bv Hlack Eagle, by King Willinm, by Washington Denmark, by Gaines' Denmark, by the great nice hore, Denmark, by Imp. lledgefotd. Red Kngle'o dam Roue'na Webb Russell, one of the best walking animals on earth, having met and defeated nil the "crack"' walkers of Central Kentucky, including stallions and geldings; by Funk's Sumpter Denmark, by Goddard's Sumpter by Washington Denmark, Ac. You will see from above that his breeding is gilt edge in fact, he is a model general utility horso. Will serve a few mares the present season nt my place, Deu-mnik, $8 TO INSURE. v&zZyJ :i r uvrPn Njrwi.'-K- j'i Li VCS.J- - i j a ' SL. AtrwS JV Is. PAU iJMM , A' J V T k k.l S I7'tih) ' rtAR.(?VRr v rl bVJVxlrlufr foiltM U W 'Lv- - Upvm A Slit JTHL-- ru! DISEASE, palpitation, pain in side, shoulder and arm, short breath, oppression, asthma, swollen ankles,weak HEART 1 dr ttif.M Snyder is a handsome hay, 15J hands high,' and is a splendid mover. He was .sited bv l'aladlne, he hy Kysdyk's 10; dam by Seeley s American Star, L'd dam by Crabtrec Iiellfounder. Snvder's dam, Joctte, is bv Blood Chief 7112, tire of Fannie Holms-o2:201. Blood Chief, by Blood's Black Hawk, dam Miss Duncan hy Scott's Highlander, grandam by Aiatus3d dam by Tlmole-on- . Blood Chief sired Woolley Jim, 2:29, Fannie Ilobinson, 2:201, and Chief, 2: 2.'1 J. Blood's Black Hawk sired the dams of Von Arnim, 2:101, and Alinont, Jr., 2:2(5. and grandam of 15elle Bra-fiel2:20, and Protiene, 2:1S. My track has been improved and Is as good as tny half-mi- le track in the country. Will handle and break horses at low raV's. Mares irrazed at $2 at owner' " YV S. WIGIIAM. risk. Morelnnd, Ky Hatu-bletouid, At $20 the Season. Sixteen hands hieh. SIRED BV VOLTAIRE 63j. 1 dam liy Lexington Chief 338 .... by Mambrmo Chorister. 2 dam. dam I.ady Stanhope., by Hamblctouian to, Urar.dam of Rosa Wilkes and Slinmuns 13! Voltaire a ia (liy Tattler 300; dam Younjr Portia by Mambrmo Chief 11; ad dam by Roebuck the sue of Hrown Jim is also the sire of Volney, br, k dam Nellie by Alden Goldsmith, who made a rtcord in 18900I 3 jj' Tattler, Voltaire's sire by Pilot, Jr.. dam Telltale by Tcllamon, son of Mcdoc, sircdl Indianapolis 2 si, Rumor 220, Slander 2 aS'j and Voltarre 2 soji, and hU sons Abbott, Indianapolis. Rumor, Tattler, Jr.. and Votaire arc all tires of pertormers in 2 30. Pilot, Jr , 12, sire of Tattler, is well known a being one ot the greatest brood mare sires of the age, his aiuughters producing Maud S 2 cli, J. I. C. 2 10 ana a nott 01 otners 01 note Lexington Chief 576, sire nf Hrown Jim's dam. it by Kentucky Clay 194; dam I.ady Warfield by Mamlmno Chief it Mambrmo Cninster fsire of dam of Protelne 2 IS Vc by Maiobrino Chief, dan. by Chorister. Record a'31. and smothering spells, dropsy, wind in stomach,ctc, are cured by Dr.Miles'Ncw Heart Cure. A new discovery by the book of cures Kor dress Dr.Milcs Medical Co. , Llkliartjnd. isle by A, R Penny, Stanford. Fine illustrated REE at druggists, or ad- ai8, Money due at first service, with privilege of tree return until colt is gotten. For further information and extended pedigree, call on or address , 10 E. D. KENNEDY, Hustonville, Ky. v ZECinsra- - : . ksjLili frZLZZZ? A I.inl)' Kiperlence. A lady recently was heard to relate an lj Th YViiiiiulml In tlm Nctt Wur. g Qermau statisticians havo lieeu iignr-inupon the probable effect of the now-es- t weapons in tho next war. In lbTO tho proportion of soldiers wounded on thu Herman side was 1.03 jwr cent, of tho total number in tho held. Only 2.2 per cent, were actually killed. Since then an immense improvement has lecn effected in arms of precision, and it is believed that iu future engagements tho proKjrtion of wounded will bo greater than heretofore, but that the wounds will bo less severe, as bullets, owing to their small size and high velocity will often pass through loues without splintering them. It is estimated that about 20 jK?r cent, of tho troops will le wounded in tho next campaign, and thnt a little more than a per cent, will be killed. That is to say that iu an army' corps of 35,000 men,, 1,200 will lw killed and C.fcOO of tho Aitout wounded. wounds, it is thought, are likely to lw serious. Intending combatants are welcome to all the convolution contained in these scientific predictions. Now York Post. 1 one-thir- d Tnmu Miiimo mi u Turin. Purgoyne, wlio lived on a arm on tho east branch of tho Penobscot, found two baby moose wandering helpless in tho woods and took them homo. Ho nursed them tenderly and taught them various tricks, and they thrived and became very tame. Tho young mooso were exhibited at tho Bangor fair, and since then they havo lived contentedly with tho cattle on tho farm. Sometimes they go into tho woods in quest of certain delicacies of tho forest and nro away for days at n time, but then always come back to tho farm. Every hunter on tho east branch knows tho young mooso by sight and no ono over thinks of shooting at them. Now York Sun. expects to excel tho folFred March, of Idlowild, into an air hole on Lake he plunged into tho icy water ho struck n largo pickerel which was at tho surface. Tho iisli pursued tho sinking lad and fastened its needle-lik- o teeth into his left ear. Tho pickerel clung to tho boy's ear until ho aroso to tho surface. As March's companion seized him to pull liiufc from tho water it released tho ear and - disappeared.. Tho boy's ear was bad)- lncerated. Philadelphia Ledger. himself if ho lowing story: N. Y., skstod Kouka. As HXJIll 11 Cill llfcV II l"ll" 'M I'rlio ri.h Story. Tho fish story teller will havo to hump A Woman's Clubhouse. Tho home of tho New Century Woman's club, of Philadelphia, which was ojiened early hist January, is striking in its npiiearanco. It is on Twelfth street, below Chestnut, a central part of tho citj The work as far as jiossible has been done entirely by women. The "Pressman" was ndmitted in tho shape of the builders, but tho house was designed by Mrs. Townsend, and the architect was Mrs. Minerva Parker Nichols. Every detail has ta'en under tho supervision of tho committees appointed, who havo attended to tho heating, tho lighting, tho ventilating nnd tho furnishing. It is built of Pomioiiun brick and terra cottu, with very little ornamentation. On tho third lloor are ladies' dressiug rooms, fitted with folding beds for tho uso of out of town members. The" kitchens are on tho fourth story, nnd from them a dumbwaiter runs to each pire. of tho iloors below. Tho cost of tho house, includiug tho The lllKhe.t of All Clilliineys. Within IUO working days, barring any ground, building and furnishing, will untoward act of providenco, tho high-- , lie about f0,000. Louise Stockton in est chimney in America will form the, Homemaker. most notable object on tho Denver landNeunpupem us flood ns lee. scape. On Saturday tho Omaha and In freezing ico cream, when tho ice is Grant Smelting company let a contract to M. Scanlon to erect a chimney at tho scarce, pack tho freezer only full of ice and salt and finish with and Delgany streets works on Forty-firs- t newspajK'rs, and tho difference in the 5o0 feet high. At this timo tho highest in America is that of tho Clark1 timo of freezing nnd quality of tho cream thread mills in New Jersey, Ji33 feet. is not perceptible from the result where Thero is ono nt Freiburg, Germany, 400, tho freezer is packed full of ico. After feet high, but it is only twelve feot in removing tho dasher it is better to cork tho clear, whilo that of tho smelting; up tho cream and cover it tightly with a company will Do sixteen feet in tne packing of newspapers than to uso inoro clear. The height of the ono now in ice. Tho newspaper retains tho cold aluso hero is HW feet. Denver Republican. ready in tho ico better than a packing of cracked ico and salt, which must havo A Curlouii Custom. crevices to admit tho air. Practical In a church on one of tho Danish Confectioner. islands it was tho custom of tho men on A Xotcl Kiitertuliiiiiont. walking up to tho altar and coming A very novel feature was introduced back again to bow at a certain spot to tho women sitting on ono side of the nt an entertainment given recently by fay. Last Mrs. Astor. It consisted of tho turning aislo. No ono could tell alyear it so happened that a layer of plas- looso of a lot of automatic toys, tiny ligators, papier macho roosters, tin toads ter was removed from tho wall on tho women's side and a picturo of tho Vir- and other animals, which wero wound gin Mary was brought to light, which up and then set going by tho gentlemen had evidently been tho original cause of of tho party. Each man closely folthat revorential custom a custom which lowed tho progress of tho animal which was continued for a ieriod of 400 years, ho had wound up, and selected as his partner the young woman before which long after its significance had been it paused. Now York Letter. Yestslesvigs Tidendo. A three-quarters for-gotto- u. exjierlence, tho moral of which should sound a warning. Sho was an excellent customer at a leading store, and whenever sho entered it her attention was called to this or that by tho lloor walker, and seldom without good results. One day sho approached this man and asked for some tribute lit lxhalf of ono of tho city's worthiest charitable objects iu which sho was much interested. Her appeal was received coldly. Tho man demurred at the frequency of such requests, nml finally, most reluctantly and ungraciously gave her fifty Japanese napkins. The lady went away chagrined at the changed manner of her formerly affable, not to say gallant, tradesman. Upon rellection sho concluded to take her patronage elsewhere. Sho has since declined to solicit contributions for any cause whatever, but she gives of her own time and means lilierally. When asked to do anything iu tho way of charity tagging sho tells tho above story, and tho store and its representative are getting quite generally advertised, but scarcely in tho way most desired by shrewd men of business. Toronto Em- phen Sampson; 1st dam by Frank Wol-lor2d dam by original Jim Hell; 3 dam by originnl Denmark, who ran 10 consecutive miles in a race at New Orleans; 4th $15 to Insure a Living Colt. dam bv Sir Elliott: oth dnm by Grav Ea- gle; (Jtli dnm by Huzzard. STAR "OEWMARK. Will make the season of 1892 nt my Ky Young Jackson, lie by Stonewall , Jnckon, Jr. 1st dam by iiiek Morgan; Day horse. I5t Saddle Stallion.three white leet, farm, the old Wm. Hall plnce, five miles hands high, from Stanford, 2d dam hy Epsolcm, Jr.; 3d dam Hello he;uy mane and tail fine style and action. 11 V WOODFORD by Messenger Chief. Jr. This tine stalDENMARK. SIRED by Kin William, At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. lion will make the eaon of 1892 at our 1 dam Goddard's Sumpter stable- - on the S. (). Ilatighmnn place, 5 2 dam a thoroughbred by Denmark. 3 dam At the same plnce I will stnml my fine mile-- , from Dam ille on the new Lancasyoung jack, iA iU AZrf Jr . V CT T boy. d; V"ksU.. "'Z-22V- fTV , fL King Boy is a dark bay, 5 years old, 10 hands liish nnd is nn elegant combined horse. He was sired by Horton's bay horse, he by Dr. Herr's Mambrino King, dam by Steamboat, owned by Chedweil, of Virginia. The dam was raised bv Ste- RED FOX 195. ' ' 1 a ter pike pike, $15 to Insure a Living Colt I At $io to Insure. Ked Fox 1U5 is a Hue Iioimj with a pedigree. individual nnd escapes. rato. S We will also stand nt same placo fine blackjack, SMITH, at to insure. Mures kept on crass, at reasonable Two of which are noted as the best of jennet jacks, and will serve jennets ut i.15 for a jack colt and 15 tor a jennet colt. Will alto serve mares J 10 to a In ing colt The other two are as fine the $S mule jicks at can be t und in the country and will serve mares at in-u- re u Four Splendid Jacks, $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Stiblfs two mill south of lluttomille on the Morelaud and Carentcr' Station pike. also hate He is by nn impnttcd Spanish jack, has a fine body and large bones. He will stand SAM. ftj . At $8 A o Insure a Living Colt. ' lien will be letalned on colt 'till season money is paid; if mare is patted with season becomes due. 10 Not responsible for accidents or I.S. PHILLIPS, WnlnutFlnt. T. L. & J. S. BAUGHMAN, Danville, ICy. INGELOW 5799. Standard Rule 6. 11 Sired by Rienrl 141, trial 2 30; full brother to King Rene itt dam Chance by Tom Stampt 1711. record 240, out of the il.irr of Red Wilkes; jil d.im Chubb bv Uour! Chief 3$j; id dam Chubb, bj St. Laurence Itienitt I492.hr lVltimnt The n.icVholdiTf it ti;e Itiuh Pranch Tiirnpite ar notified to meet at Hubble tint Saturday in 64; 1st dam lllandiii.i (dam of Kint: Ilene 1173, Swigert 5), etc by MimSnno Chief 11; 3d dam M.i , lift, to elect a Heard ef Dim tors for the en llurchmare (dam "of Itotalind 2214 hy Hrown G C G1VKNS, "res 17 suin)ear Pilot, Tom Stamps 173?, by Abdallah Pilot 708; dam Queen Dido the dam of Red Wilkes 1744, Sire of 25 in '30 list) byMambri.no Chief ti ; 'd dam bv Hedjacket, Mre of Comet u llourbon Chief 3S3 Itire nt Calmar 223 by Cliief 11; itt da-- Pus, by Grey Eagle :d 1ht stockholder ct the lltutonUlle & Coffey's dam by Sir Peter An nmilytU of Ingelon-'- pediMil I urnplVe Ivond Co. u ill meet at Dr llnmh'i gree reteaN a rich inheritance of performing and office in Hmtonville tirt Saturdm in Mh, 1891, nt producing blood, there being three direc't crottes 2 p. iu to eleit n President nnd Hoard of 'Director ot Mambrino Chief. His sire Is a lull brother in forenitiing jear 17 O. C I YON', I'm, King Renand the tire of bis dam a half brother toKcdWill.es lie must be seen to be appreciated. He will stand at Liberty, under the management of G. W Frye, at WALLACE DENMARK 55 lo linuds high. HY SUMPTER DENMARK, J R He by Goddard's Denninik, ho by Gnines & Cromwell's Denmnrk, he by the race horse Denmark, he by Imp. Iledgeford. 1 dnm Fnunie Wnllace No. 30, by Sir Wallace, he by TodhunterV "Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert (thorough- 2 dam by 3 Turnpike Election. Turnpike Election. ii it Mam-brin- s hied. I Virginias idum of Virginitis by irnnoy, inorongiiuieil); lie ly .Mason's Whin. dam a Whip mare. Stockholders' A meeting lectin?. & 3S months old; 10 hands high. HY WALLACE DENMARK oo. (Seeped-igte- e In all catcs if the mare is parted with the season of Wallace Denmark 55.) becomes due and collectable. A lien is retained en 1 dam Mag 37, by Vidette bv Vindey, he all colts for ewce lee ' by Hlood's Hlntk Hawk, he bv Old J. K. BAUGHMAN: The stockholders 01 the M.intord ,V HuMonvlllt 8 Hlnck Hawk.1 Vidette's. 1st dam by Hustonville, Ky Turn ink c to. will hold their annual election for a Whip: 2d dam Gallatin; 3d dam Pretident and Itonril of Dirctors at school-hnu- e at TurnertWIle at 1 p. m first aturdav in Mav, i8yi Old Tiger. Vindcx's 1st dam bv 17 J. K. CASH, Tie. Mambrino Chief 11; 2d dam by Old Hav Messenger; 3d dnm bv year 1'rcMdent and Hoard of Directors for the ensuing ill be he.d at McCormacki Mav 7, i&. at 9 a m 1'res of the Meckholdrr of the Stanford Milledceville Turnpike for the election of a Ten Mr Dollars to Iisure. Frye will also stand my J"" IMPORTED JACK, At $8 to Insure. $15 the Insurance. LtB2Il7 262. ti Turnpike Election. MONTROSE C. Turnpike Election. ltellcinus Compunctions. Tho thief who returned tho communion servico ho stole from u New York church, but kept tho money ho took at tiio same timo, recalls tho tale of the two fishermen, who, finding bread and meat in tho portmanteau of a man they had murdered, ate tho bread and threw away tho meat because it was Friday. Tho advantages of a religious instinct uro thus mode manifest in unexpected ways. Kamjiia CJty Star. A Thief1 A Quceii' Necklace. Queen Margheritii of Italy can always bo recognized by her necklace of numerous rows of pearls. From year to year the ornament grows inoro costly, as tho king participates in his wife's lovo for jewels nnd adds a now string overy year, so that now tho chains hang as far as tho waist, rather spoiling its appearnnco as n graceful ornament. Sho can also bo easily recognized by the ringlets sho wears on her forehead. San Francisco Argonaut. First dtun Lulu Hell by Kcnttickv Clnv The annual meetlnc for the election cf a President and Hoard of Director for Knob I.lclc Turn 10 1, he byC. 31. Clay, .Jr.,(Stnidet)dain pike Co. will be held at the Firt National H.mk the di in of Mambrino l'ntcliun nnd Lmlv in Stanford the first Satuid?v Iu May, 1897, and Thorne, 2 IS each; 2d dam by Powning's stockholders are hcrebv notified. Vermont, sire of Gill's Vermont 104, the CUVTON K'lWLER, Prts 17 sire of Homier Hoy 2 2:1, Hlack Marin, &c; 3d tlain by Glencoe, tliorouuhbretl. 3lontroo 0. wns sired hv I.inhthenrt Tip annual meeting of the stockholders of the 1301, trinl 2 30; out of .Moss lusef"fiill sis ter to rrinceps, sire of Trinket 214, 2d L'urtiersvllle, McKinney & Coffey's Mill Turnpike ... a... c ..1... dam Primrose, dam of Princess, site of la..i V.I. Lit. 1 IH1UC) lll.t bJillMIU IUIU rn ...:fi UC IICIU HI mi.t n May, i8oj, at 1 p. m, for the purpose of electing a President and Hoard of Dirert r for the eimiinr I'eninie Sole 2 20; 3d dam Hlack lo?e,dnm of Darkness 2 27. , uuuLn, ircs. year. 17 This pedigree combines the llnmbleto-niathe Coyler, the Clay and the Vermont btrains, with a thoroiiKhbred base; and will show in his direct descent moic The shareholders of the HaucitiS Fork & Green than 50 2 150 or better jierformers. II meet at Ware's River Turnpike Kutd Co. store at McKinney on the firt Saturday In May, Montrose C. is second cousin to Maud 1S91, lor the purpose of etect Inc; a President arid S. JIo is a mahogany brown, 10 hands Hoard of Direclixs for the cnsulri; Tear, hifrh. n speedy trotter, though untrained. 17 J W. OfVENS, I'res. Will mnkothe seaon nt mv stables In Shelby City, 2 dnm 3 4 Cannon s Whip. Julia Wallace, by Sir Wallace, he by Todhunter's Sir Wallace, ho by Sir Albert (thoroughbred). dam by Virginitis, he by Mason's Whip.' dam a Whip mare. . fl o Turnpike Election. 1 t.a $15 the Insurance. TOM ROBINSON. 5nil of Wnlltion Honninrk nlint'm let .1... by Miller's Denmnrk, ho bv the race horse Denmark; his dnm Florizel; 2d dam by wuver, iu unm ov Old .uuingoiiiery Drennon. Tom is n fine shaped "horse, black witli liouvc nimm nnl mil i r.i. i..,.i .11 I 11 1 n, Turnpike Election. . high: Pis is n lit llim n nuttirnl saddler and 'will atli-lf- 1ft lirnnJ.. war- - i I", J $8 the Insurance. Stock committed to my enre nnd breeding will receive my peVsonnl attention. Grass furnished at reasonable rates, to be paid for before removal of stock. No re- Turnpike Election. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Stanford V Halls (.ap Turnpike Ruad Co. for the election nf a President, and Hoatd of Directors for the ciuulnc lear will ) held at Vtndekeer store in Stanford first Saturday in Mar, 1801, at a p m I LYNN, Pies. J 17 J. At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. Mares cared for at reasonable rates, but not responsible for accidents or escapes. sponsibility for accidents or escapes. Parting with stock forfeits insurance. t H. L. OABTWRIGHT. J. STEELE CARPENTER,. u iliujonviJle, Kj . '.dtfisvJL.' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal May i5, Stanford, Ky., W. F. WALTON. THE Tub Hon. Ryan, of Louisville, and the Hon. Dawson, of Simpson, quarreled nt Lexington over the merits aud demerits of Hon. Harvey Myers and foufiht a few 1892 rounds in the i'ua'iiix Hotel. Tne sludger was too much for the Simp-Bo- n county man and Dawson was eoon knocked out. Both were arrested and Ryan fined $;i and cost. It is more than probable that both were drunk. A sweet scented pair, to be sure. Lou-isvill- o PEOPLE'S CHOICE. shallow-pateThe jority in the Legislature, which thin-skinned, d mais- - pos- The Barbourville Herald is rash enough to predict that George Denny will he governor of Kentucky in 10 years. Bro. Sampson, in the exhuber-anc- e of his youth and desire, must bo excused for talking a little wild. He'll net over that oefore long and wonder what possessed him to write such Mutr. When Denny or any other republican is elected governor of Kentucky, the sun will rise in the west. Fiuknd3 of Blaine continue to assert o Tho affairs of the corporation shall be conthat he will accent the presidential nom best men in the service. ducted by a Hottd of five Directors, one ol whom ft , i5 ! ination if it is offered and Capt. Gavitt, A freight train broke in two on the shall be appointed 1'reildcnt by the Hoard, and by such other officers and agents at the said Hoard , 3 2 S of Chicago, says he has private assuran- Louisville Southern, at Versailles, and n.ay deem necessary to appoint a Z 2. sr 7 Hoard of Directors shall be t ? 7 ft ces from the secretary to that effect. six cars were thrown over a bridge, nuallyThe the stockholdirionthe fust elected an Monday of by catching Brakeman J. V. Allen beneath cacti July, to hoi j otlice for one tear, or until their successors ate elected and quatilicd and until the THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. j S them and crushing him to death. nrsr. animal election in July, ityi, tne imorpora tors hereinbefore named shill be the Hoard of The election in the Maysvillo disTwo men were killed in n cyclone at Directors of tho Company, In the annual election m, n V L. 0 I? - ift rf each trict to chooo a successor to Senator Tevis, Kan., nnd several persona were of Directormany shareholder shall havea the right he shall to castas totes in the aggregate Poyntz, made railroad commissioner, injured. A cyclone also visited King- fivn shares, multiplied by the number of Directors to he elected, and eiti.li shareholder may cast has been fixed for the 21. fisher, 0. T., killing a father and son. the w hole number ol totes either in prtnorhy S " p m 2 .r Their constituents observe with sat- Much damage was done to property at proxy for one candidate, or distribute hit vote two or more candidates, and the Directors a isfaction that tho names of lions. D. B. both places. of this Company shall be elected In no other except when n vacancy occur It may he filled tM 5 Edmistouand Lewis Y. Leavell never Tho sixth bridge across the Ohio at hy the other Directors. shall t S. Thiscorpointlon power potv-sa.l the appear in the list of absentees. Cincinnati is to bo built at once. Its ap- enumerated in Section a of Chapter 56 of the GenM T Fatherly suggestions to our legisla- proaches will be from 4th street, Coving- eral Statutes ot Kentucky . Tli corporation thall at o time contract or 2 9 Bjr tors, who were once supposed to bo our amount than ton, to 4th street, Cincinnati, and will Incur debts grcaterlnaud paid for. as per cent of eoryants, are to bo "fully investigated'' be 1.000 feet long. It will cost several the stock subscribed Dropped his sack on the floor and 10. The private property 01 tho stockholders as invidious newspaper criticisms." millions of dollars. shall be exempt from liability for the dobti of the asked for a chair, all thcvhi!c C HOWL, oitporatUn. Things have come to a pretty pass when am agent I'KXM Miss Katie Tiptou, of Altamont, Keniurly holding tightly in his hand a pa- Fence Co., ol for The Crntralofler the Hedge J. .V. MKNEFEE, a man can't wallop his own jackass. -l.aneatttr. and territts of 1 Tenn., committed suicido because Mrs. rusTKK boih mj self and the Company to the tttnensof per, which he would continually Lincoln county. I am terv thaoWful for the literW ;. WELCH. Louisville Times. alio had become J. I). Mecks, to whom J W IIAYDEN al paironae received hy lair The Lightning. bugs were downed devotedly attached, nnnounced her inlook at and smile. One of the merit a continuance and nope in need dealing-- to f a d farmers In another column of this issue Gov. in the House and the fence will fmj me at the Mters House in Stanford bill salesmen asked him what he wish- - on each County Court day James B. McCreary is formally announc- went through with a rush. Little Tom- tention of marrying and leaving tho M W. JOHNSON. ; em. 1 flic rr1t uifii "ATiCTiSf,. .,'.1ed as n candidate to succeed himself in tit Pettit grew very hot in the collar and place. v.. ...t.7. .....Jew., a negro who killEdward Hollinger, Congrets from the 8th district. By his wanted to impeach the Speaker for his .(?;rrvCiWth!"r,!w'nt all this," nt the same time ft) l IHI'll Sltllt strict attention to business and a watch- rulings, but he was eat down upon. ed his wife in Jersey City, will, it is said, and I luxnat V4lk- .(r, tiave t tto.iateJ .inJ 'riii-n- i tlmivinir rmr nf nor SJ II I IV. SJ ,,.,,, ....... t l.u.. ..rnnr... HH"i be senienced to dtath Thursday morn- I. nf jiuinn .Ii mihiii fn - n...ixii'iiai .t Iv tlHl'lTI ;l"U" o I'svi ful care for the interests of his constituNow let the Senate adopt the bill and get ih- tiener.il Statutes of Kentucky 5 o ing and hanged in tho afternoon to prehe name of tne corporation thus ti.tmed Is the ents, Gov. McCreary has made himself down to work. "Keele) Institute or htiuur The prln ipa a he has twice before puce 01 transacting me indispensable and he will as usual bo acA bill is before the Senate requir- vent an appeal, du.iucoi ut cir; Lincoln Crtli tion . r by his own party and ing owners of lands, been sentenced aud was saved by his ... .u shall be ,...-- .Orchard, 1... , (.otmit p. corded a . t under penalty of Slo Willi is vfunii uuitc in .1. buy vi uuuifvn inr relawver both times. only be nominally opposed by the The irvnernl nature of the business to be Hue, to cut the Canada thistles before Thomas Walsh made improper pro- actedofshall be that of a Sanitarium for the publicans. The Sth district was never they go to seed. Any person feeling agpatlmU sufftnui; from diseases, menial tion CfQ phrtH'dT. or both, inc better represented than it is at present grieved that his neighbor allows thistlfs posals to his aunt, Mrs. Mike Walsh, at alcoholism, the upturn ml Ins patients ntfeii-- i from habit, d Oliver similar and am business iiitldcntal to c pmu-rland our people recognizing the fact, will to grow on his land may cut or have the Chicago, and when she slapped him in , and for maintMHing a hottl keep Gov. McCreary in Congress as long thistles cut and charge tho negligent the face he seized a knifo and slashed ci.iiaecU'l therewith of the patini for the accutamodatioa others. UST' I he amount of the capital sUm.Ii authoring is Advertisements of last week, which length from her in 05 places varying in as he will serve them. neighbor for the labor. three hundred thousand dollars, dmdvdiato shared foot. She was dead when of oae hundred dollrtrt hsh.Ii pajable at once, and he had cut out of this valuable pn- an inch to a K4 which may te paid, and It is contemplated will be found in a heap of rags. NEWSY NOTES. The report of the auditor to the Legisn UcMleaml Irae.fcrtoth O.mp.. , PCr, SaVIIH' It tOOK hllll all thlS . , , Mr. A. V. Iu Pont has presented a ny ot thereat estate ! p. rsonal property m l.m-W lature shows that tho incidental expenso Mmnr. time tO CCt here, R11U hoped MC n Conntcticut and Tennesstu republi-c.in.- manual training school to tho Louisville coin county, sixjwn as the Cra. Orchard Rulus n es of the public ofllcers at Frankfort for n pmpvrty. and the propnelary rif hta of K. s30 o indorsed nnrridon, but did not in- school board. The work on thebuiloing .fers.GeoraeC Webster, Frank A VtcBrid-sn- d Was 111 tllllC for tile extraordinary the two years ending March 1 were Andrew DuanmsUm in and to the acacy tor the 2. will be commenced immediately. It will sale and administration uf Dr. I.velie K Keeley t Over SG.OOO of this was for the struct for liini. a (..old resordlxs, m and f ir the -L- yman Tnrdic-- , a nejrro uiunlerer, Lost over S70i00o and will bo equipped doublem Chloride of granted tu mansion and goes to show that executive Slate kauiuiKy, them ia and was taken from jail at Elizabttlttow n, X. mem .iin wni ten ith M the latest i.nprovemonta. The itrie one pirt contracts Leslie K Keeler as c for once Tom Pettit is right in wanting aud the C?3 capacity of the school will be 'MO pu- I'wigm. mints s, piny or inc utuer part, to increase the governor's salary and let j., ami lyiicuuti. 3 A Monon fieifjht went over a bridge oi Marcn le, iyi CD pils biro pay his own expenses. The whole 1 hs corpnratien shall csmmeuce w tbsftthdjt r. and The Wisconsin democratic conven- ot April, 19?,inence conilnut- lor a period of twrr- thing ought to bo looked into aud im near Otis, Ind., killing the eniueer, lire- n ty live years eusuuii; The affairs of the corporation shall be tonductrd tion was unanimous for Cleveland. The proved. The traveling expenses of some man and a brakeman. The smile on his countenance v Katie Cogvrshal). delegates were requested to use all hon- by a Hoard of Director consisting ofn meaier of the officers, who bnve heretoforo and In etert- N'nvMu. elected on San Antonio, Texas, committed 6iiicide orable means to secure his nomination to beaud to hold olfice fur Mondar thereafter, and when his request was complied one year ir, may now ride on free passes, are nbout until the election ami qualification ef their succes- with, as bargain after bargain was because of n love alTair. and instructed to voto as n unit on all sors, lesncttivc I) Hut the first electron for ns much as their salaries. A blinding snow storm raged in Wisshall not until the questions. The platform favors a tariff Notember. i4.il occur ilisonwr.itnrsfirst Mmvli) f bought, induced the manager to above named The 3 Mil. Wattehso.v, who never did like consin Tuesday, falling to the depth of for revenue only, opposes free silver thill constitute tb tint Hoard of Directors and nfirr tn till tillhlir' far n shall hold their office unfl the firtt .Monday In six inches in home localities. Cleveland, and who has reason to feel coinage and denounces tho Sherman sil Notemlter IV The IKurd uf Directors shall elect from their numbers At Paris, Tenn., a hotel, theL. & N. ver law. the snub Gov. Hill pave him, is getting Ident and may alM electa Stei,iry, I reaturer, Manager and in his work on both of them and settling passenger depot, the freight house, round-- j The B.trbourville Herald says that seem best, fromsuch other officers as to them miv persons outside ef the lloird tf i . niimherland Vnllev Hank ele'eted least. house and water tank were burned. n Directors, and mav prescribe 'the qualification! old scores, to ha own satisfaction nt Deeming, the Australian murderer new board of directors and a new set of and duties ui any such Mticers to elected He continues to assert that it would be The highest amount ui indebtedness to which suicide to nominate either for the presi- of two wives, has been found bv the trial ofllcers before moving into its new Id corporation mty At any time subject Ittclt it one hundred thoutnnd dollars dency and that everybody who can't see jury 10 ue guilty nnu sentenced to death. buUilinii: Dr. I). Stevenson, D. D , was In case of the death, resignation or inability to joe gentian s majority lor Uongrets elected president: W. U. Anderson, vice serve, prwr to Not ember, i&qi, of eit'erol the init that way are worse thitu fools. Mr. Valuable- Lands and Town corporator! nan.ed herein, the lejat representaProperty. Watterson should leave Washincton ami in the 10th district was 5,242. His fath president; Win. Lock, cashier; J. W. tive ot either of said parties shall have the e rijnt to nominate his tuccettcr .is such Di come home. The climate and surround- er's vote in 1S90 was 10.T4G and Hill's 1)- Keeler, Fred It. Uarner, James D. Black rector in this Company during slid period Carrsnl Circuit t urt The private property of the members and stockings there do not agree with his digesWade II WaiUer's Wld,. Albert Masters was killed at Valley and John G. MatthawB were elected di holders of this Company shall lie exempt trom A. I'lalnlltTs, agaUst liability for the debit of the corporation tion. I'attle Terrill, Ac Defendant. View, Madison county, by jumpingfrom rectors. Said curpor.it.nn shall perpetual lit Irln.-oa judgment nf the Garrard Circuit : Mrs. Margaret Wilson, of Shelby the ruht to sue and capai.il r to be sued by a bugcy and striking his head against Court at lis reiiruari term, iSj,iii tho aUivcsttlwl may have Tomtit Pettit has at last kicked clean villi, who died at the residence of her lis aforetild corporate! name,mav render a common suit, wilt 111 seal and alter it at pteisure, ground. the sbaies out of the democratic traces by accept- the tocUhnlders transferable and f Three French schooners were driven daughter, Mrs. Esom Burgin, at Rich- ot the mmleof making transfers; may ciempt ing tho people's party nomination for Juno 15, 1892, mond, while on a visit, was a cousin of the private property of the members ainl from liability for the debts of the corporCongress in the Owenoboro district. ashore at Suderoe, one of the Faioe Is- James B. Ends, builder of the St. Louis ANDAt 11 hMkV a. m nr therealut, sell to Ihehlsh-.?- .' lands in the Atlautic ocean, and all of ation, ami lives heitin hefo-- e etorcisc this power c uUr at he Idle homestead .if b.l,,.,l.'l'r.a.t Thi.8 is not a matter of much importance of anil by these articles, irrevocably ixcmpt the pi W ade II Vt alker In Garrard Count bridge, a r, Ky , thn their crews were lost. property of the stockholders and members as he stands no chnnce of election, but is inc Tracts of Land and Tun I'niperty, vl the historian. Her first hus- from llabiliay fur the debts of the corporation; Theodore T. Woodruff, who intro Trnct No. i csjntalnin itj Acnn, iipmi which merely mentioned to show how base an mike contracts, ai ijuire : band, Antony Veed ir, was a near rela mayreal or pirtcnal, jossstlritrand transfer properthere It an eleeatit new brick ty, the same power in ingrate a man can be. The little cuss duced the sleeping car bearing his name, tive of President an uuren. ijlio was such respects as private individuals enjoy; and with Rixdoutbiilldlnss aud splendid was run down at n railroad crossing in all kinds mortgage any of its property, real or personal; owes his all to the democratic party and Tract Nn. a contains nf, Acre. So years old. may establish sand make rules or regulaTract Nu. t contains IJ7'T Acres when it had warmed him into full life he Philadelphia and killed. tions (itemed expedient for the management nf its Special No. i: Choice of 25 The thrslracts v.111 te first ulTered separately atT?irs not iticonnsfent with the constitution or The committee on revenue has pre does the Eerpent act with not even a and then as n whole and the bid or bids acsepted CHURCH AFFAIRS. laws of the Mate or of the United Stales n... iii .... rented a hill for an increase of State tax-- ' In testimony xvhereof, witm-- s the signaturi-- ot Men's Wool Suits, ranging in price i,.M, ...hi miuir .1... lit".! niillirj show of conscience. Al at the same time and place the following FRANK A. McIIRIDK, ationo cents, on account of the growing' Rev. W. E. Arnold will preach at the incorporators Vadlxwi comity, Kv from S 10 to S 12.60. Special price lots In Klrksvllle, A Uit No. W T GKANT. upon which there tit s coutaUlne iH OKO. r. WEIISTF.R. Mt. Xenia Sunday afternoon at So'clock The Cincinnati Enquirer publishes a deficiency in the treasury. splendid dwelllliK hnuso with cood im RUKUS K. SVFERS The Georgetown water works and cock and bull story from Washington to pnisetm ills of all kinds I IIO.MAS WALKER, The mysterious stigmatic affections Lot No. a W J WILSON JC Don Dick- electric lightjplant were sold at auction of Mrs. Mary Stuckenborg, of Louisville, tho effect that Senator Vilas, Special No. 2: 14 Men's ex- a lurgt- No, contains Acre, upon which there is houe bit contains j Acre inson and others have prevailed on Mr. to satisfy a judgment. They brought are now being investigated by direction will be made on a credit ol 6 Terms. I'he tra fine Suits, former price SiS. and months, sale purchaser Cleveland to withdraw his name from $3,525, $30,4?l less than they cost. the being required to e ia of Bishop McCloskey. The stigmatic cute bonds with approved rpi. Tli.f r i ui)able to tho Special price Si 3. 75. presidential possibilities in favor of Chief me uiuDcse .exclusion bill, n manifestations, so far from disappearing, Master (ummlssliiusr, has Iiik the force and effect ol a judgment, upon which mecutlon may Issue if Justice Fuller, who is an Eastern man agreed upon by the Conference Commit- have become even plainer. The wounds, Special No. 3: 75 Men's Cas not paid at maturity, and bsarine 6 per cent Interby birth aud a Western man by resi- tee, passed the Senate. It is much se- it is said, have opened every Friday for est 'rm day nf tale unlll paid and with a Hen simere Pants, former price S3. Ineil uixni the propirty as additional fur dence and association. The story is a verer than the original Senate bill. the purchase money. R. A Itl'KNhlDK. the past 11 months, and have bled free- - Having bought out the Jewelry stand o! W II. Master Cum'r (..arrard Clrcut Court. Special price S2.10. Miss Lena Tolle, who sued Thomas lv. pretty one, but by no means a plausible .MCKonerts, tne tiruggitt, l am selling out mock rate to make Cooper, at Maysville, for 510,000 for sayone. The following speakers will take at reduced goods artisticallyroom fur an entire new line. All ing she was unduly intimate with an- part in the county meeting of the ChrisSpecial prices on The Daily Covington Commonwealth, other fellow, got a verdict for S87C. tian churches at Mt. Moriah, May 14th: which has heretofore been the sole propWin. Rightstine, foreman of the ju Q Montgomory, W. erty of Col. L. E. Casey, has become n ry that condemned Old John Brown to Charlie Powell, J. Jesso Walden, JoE. Ellis, J. 0. Frank, joint stock company with a number of death, and the last but one of the 12, seph Ballon and John Bell Gibson. leadiugand wealthy citizens us incorpo- died at Shepherdstown, Va., aged 85. There will be dinner served at the As we have too many and our As Assignee I for the henelit of the creditors of J. rators. Col. Casey retains a controlling The monthly statement shows a net Mat. l'hilips, tho churches are expected idler for sale privately a Tract ol interest and will continue to lmnage it cash balance of $31,51S,1C0 in the treas- - church. All Special Sale includes some of the Laad in Lincoln county, delegates and send contributo appoint as in the past. It has al ns successfully ui UUBIueBS iiU, a tions for carrying on the mission work in best bargains ever offered. uij m uiJ 315 ways been one ol the nest papers in decrease of $1,3S0,724 duringApill the month. the couuty. This Farm Is well imprest-iKentucky. and well watered. Felton, of the E. T., 1 he duelling hetisc is commodious and well built, Rev. J. M. Evans, of Covington, ileinc suscsptible of an easy division, I would kII & in parcels, one parcel mmalnlnj; 150 acres, on Two women are candidates for dele- V. G., says that the bondholders of closed a meeting in Huntington, W. Va. which the dwelling house Is situate, nndtheutlur Dion's, the Louisville Southern will not sutler on April 24th. Ovor 100 exprmed an Thoroughly Repaired on Shortgates to the republican convention from 165 acres, on which the Improvements nie not so by tho organization of the Richmond interest on the subject of religion; 90 est Notice. good I ubo offer fur stile the that monstrosity ,of States, Wyoming, good chance for one to bo elected. Terminal system. united with the Presbyterian church. with a Brick House and Lot in Lancaster If she is, it will be the first instance of see, Republican conventions in Tennes- Money was raised to secure the erection received 50 styles of Men's! Now occupied by It E. Ml Roberts nt u drug store, Just Connecticut, California and North of a house of worship. Ho reported his the kind in the history of the country and Straw Hats in all shapes. Dakota gave tho usual formal indorse- year's work to Presbytery from April 1, and ought to bring the blush of shame Two Vacant Lots in Same Block, to the fair cheek of every womanly wo- ment to Harrison'd Administration. 1S91, to April 1, li92: Preached 510 Maryland delegate? are instructed to times, 392 additions to church, 3 churchOn which tho Also bear in mind we are lead- Hlt.n ol the houses wire recently burned.' I',. man in the land. WILL MAKE vacant lots given Immediately 011 voto for the president. compliance with terms of sale. 'I ho houo Is rentes built, 2 organized and 54,000 raised ers in low prices in our Dry Goods, ed fur this ytar, but the purchaser v. Ill be The Michigan democratic conven- for different objects. entitled Bramblett, It is a pity that the Carlisle moveto tho rent from lime of purcha-.-- . .4 Shoe and Carpet Department. l'osHstlon of the Lincoln County Karm will be ment at Frankfort shofijd be headed by tion emphasized its endorsement of 81 years old, joined she Christian church From nor till May ijth glteti ist ol Septembtr next. Senator Dave Smith. People in this sec- Cleveland by instructing the delegates under Elder John I Rogers' preaching at d Terms: cashftho remainder In roital inttallmeiils of 6 and 11 luontln, bearing 6 per cm t tion haven't, very much confidence in to vote as a unit for his nomination. The East Union, on Sunday last. He is the AT : SI. 99 : PER : DOZEN. Interest und negotiable. llemember 3 is my regular price. Come Dave mid look with suspicion oa any- platform declares tariff reform the su- owner of 1,000 cr!B and made his for M. C. SAUFLEV. take advantaje of the lov rates. Stanford, Ky. Manager, Alaa abotitjio barrets of CORN, two stacks or preme issuo of the campaign. champions. thing be AEARP, Stanford, tune by hard work. Paris Kentuckian. SfHOATS for sale HAY and ing ns reformers aud economists, ues to make a roaring, ring tailed, blooming nss of itself. It spent a day fulminating thunderbolts against the Louisville Times aud its helpless correspondent, because the paper compared the men who voted for the Carroll amendment to tax private corporations hko other business enterprises, with those who did not, and showed the latter up in their true light. After a great deal of talk, in which newspapers were denounced for everything in sight, and charged with being the tools of corporations, a committee to investigate the matter was appointed, which is to eay whether the Times will be in future denied the privileges here tofore accorded. This action shows that the majority in the House is composed of even smaller men than was supposed and settles the belief that nothing good can come out of such an aggregation of mediocre mutton-heads. contin- - t. The undersigned, 11, J C Howe, A. K Penny, J.N. Mciiefee, H. fruiter, W. G. Welch ami J W. Hatdeti, hereby associate themselves flow. together In order to lorin a corporation purmnnt (o( the General Statute uf The republican candidates for police to 3Chanter name of the corporation shall Kenluckr. 1 he lie "Stanfjudgo and marshal of lilizabethtown ord. Water, Light, Mht and Ice Company," nod lit principal place of business shall bo the city of were elected; also a council composed of Stanford, Kentucky. 3. The general nature of three prohibitionists and four license transacted by the corporation the huslnest to be shall be the con struction. maintenance ami operation of a intern men. rf Water Work for supphlng water to the city of Henry Ready, colored, shot and kill- Stanford nnd tne town of Kim land nn.1 to their ana the construction, maintenance and ed Frank Bellman, a German farm la operation ot a system of Oniric Liuhts (or tup borer, in the kitchen of Mr. Valentino Iiiht io said city and town ami to their artifiHum's residence, near Anchorage. The cial ice and the munutacltire and sale of l'he authorised iftplul itock of the cerpora. 4 assassin escaped. tion shall he one hundred thomsand dollars, dis Id- At Clay City, Bill Hartley, a negro, ed into shares uf tUly dollar- - nib, hut the Compt-nmay begin htisiness when as much as twenty-t-fiv- e attempted to assault Bello Holley, a thouMtnl dollars at the capital Uk is suband chambermaid at a hotel, but was run off. scribed,value linstock shalltor issued at less than lis par and except money actually paid He wns captured and taken to Stanton in, rr Tor property nt its market satue actually received and applied to the authiimetl purpose of to prevent lynching. the corporation, or for labor dime and nueptritat he its it arket value. Supt. A. D. Burt of the oth Railwny paid at such times Subscriptions for Mod shalltho and In such Mail Service, has resigned to accept an lizard of Directors may determine. on the 5. The important position with the National ? oth day ofcorporation shtll begin business April isui, and continue in eslsieluo there liter. Bell Telephone Co. Ho was one of the or fifty The through La., and property Mississippi river has broken the levee In St. Bernard Parish, fears are entertained that much will bo destroyed by the over- mm orjMcoapoRATioR. $600 WANTZD, FOUND. 1 At 8 Per Cent. Interest, On a nnto due In so months, signed aud Indorsed by three good parties and secures! by mil estate worth threo times the aboto amount. Will dis count to that party can make 8 per cent, on his money 4 Iniiilrui interior journal uiiicc SIn h - c c n - i r m m s ye-ir- s On last Friday an old man and little boy were seen plodding this way over the road from New York to this place. Noticeable about them was the old man carrying a very large sack. When asked by a passer-bwhat that big sack was for, he would only look and smile; never an answer would he give. The little boy was inclined to tell, but a look from the old gent soon stopped him. Curiosity overcame one of the many people passing along, and following him, they noticed he went to the y i - - - i-- 3' & s5 z ffS o ff g! g " -- H r z i ? S t I s A o "2-- fe - -- 1 IP 5 C 1st LJ J a rj r ' iilau-n- er Louisville Store. t A t r 11 M: 11 TO THE FARMERS. 1 KiW.ULL?mSFm 1 I ,! - ! J V I - ' w I k- . - '", VJ I I 1 3 walk-ove- -- .. liSPEEIALSAIxE, l, ! I a- - nsal-ady -- hi. 1 1 GO S3 G5 SG9,-900.5- m BARGAINS!! "3 - Twelve-year-ol- c d thi-fir- - o o o 4 Vicc-1're- This Week Clotiiinj W Commissioner's Sale j esclu-siv- ,- . tucci-s-slo- Special f I inttre-tao- pre-srrll- ie stock-holde- rs Wednesday, -- Aber-crombi- e, t'I I ftd-- le HAT SALE. ttti-sU- iry disetlltic-heui- e, by-la- w .1.- -. s w 1,1 -- 1 one-stor- y r, : - tv,o-ttur- y DMYDiiNpficelf? re-- ls d Engraved Free of Charge Boys' and Children's Clothing, ASSIOITEE'S SALE Watches, Clocks REAL JGSTA3CE. Containing Acres. t Vice-Preside- nt Jewelry DMKS, On Special Prices Hoys' nnd Chil dren's lints. B. H. 1 Ifc-nr- CABINET PHOTOS One-thir- d 9-- lf - 91-- 17 - J- - 34 privately. f,ikQfai' J''- M'- - 6u' h d w$lM r.t4ti i4 JklibJJ - .kitaliHtt-- . ...1-11.- ... ..Jv !J.. JiLiik. -- VsUlii lwWI&Wx?WTVW't&9irqwi Interior Journal May 0. 1892 Dn. J. F, Peyto.v has contracted with See James Frye at Hustonvillc and It. G. Jones and J. A. Wright for a SI, F. M. Ware atMcKinney beforo you sell 000 cottage on one of his lots in Darst your wool. A. T.Nunnelley. California peaches below cost at II. town, between this place and K. & W. II. Wenren's. Guiiney ItEFMGERAToits, White Mountain Freezers, whitewash brushes and FOR THIS WEEK. Plants of all kinds, early cabbage and Tiieiie weio three building and loan corn planters atMcKinney Bros.' tomatoes. O.J. association agents, representing as many Twenty-fivdozen assorted Towels in Huclc, Knotted Fringe and ow that it is wai.n our spring wraps Satin finish; all on companies, in town yesterday, and con- Oaihnkt photographs nt Enrp's at semtently our citizens got little or no ""d jackets are selling fast. Como enrly $1.01) per dozen up till May 15. rest. They are getting worse than jc-- 1 it you would get choice. Severance & Son. New and novel assortment of Glass surance agents ware just received at A. A. Warren's. Wi: desire, to say to our customers! Attention, Ladies and Gents. Como whoso accounts are past duu that while to our cheap table this week for towels, And when goods are placed there they must be sold. The Kentucky Central and Cincinnati Southern will both issue, new timetables wo have been very lenient in the past, shirts, shoes, ginghams, challies, Ac, Ac. The best White and Neglige Shirt ever offered for 50 cents. A lot of tho time has now come when wo must! J. S. Hughes. Sunday. Renfrew Ginghams at Sc. A lot of Hamburg Edgings at 10c, unhave our money. Prompt payments will tick- The L. A X. will sell round-triYoun wat''h U out of repair. Take it save costs, bino v Meiieioe. surpassed. A lot of Gloria Tissues at 10c, worth 20c. I ..!, ..lit C... .1 f.. OO Inm to Dunks, tho Jeweler, at McHoberts' The Kuoxville Branch of tho L. A N. 52.00, on account of the game of base drug store. handled mote cars, loaded and empty, ball between the Louisvilles and Cincin-natiFoil Kent. House and lot on upper to tho number of trains sent out during The train will leave Rowland at Maiu, Has S rooms, good well and cis- the month of April than any other di- 7 o'clock a. m. and pass this place at 7:05, We have too many and must move them. tern. H. G. Cover. vision south of the Ohio river. This re- returning after tho game. We have added to our stock a new line of Crcpons in colors and We have more fans and umbrellas flects n uch credit on Master oi Trains daughLittle Susie, tho Capt. Frank Harris. black and a line of French Diagal Whip Cords, the newest and best than can be seen any where else and at ter of Mrs. Frank Engleman, fell from prices that defy competition. Severance Cords on the market. Pitor. Bau a it's dancing class is prog- the carriage just as she was leaving it Son. ressing nicely and is proving a source of town Tuesday and a wheel passed over A good stock of Straw Hats and a new line of Men's Shoes in Low See Uice Henge, my agent in Garrard, much pleasure to tho young people. her body. Tho mother was badly frightCuts, Kangaroo and Light Calf for Summer. before you sell your wool. He will pay Each young gentleman has a lady part- ened and took the little one to Dr. who quickly saw that no damage Everybody will do well by coming to see us. ner and the pleasure consists in accommore than anybody for it. A. T. panying the fair damsels to and from the was done the child, save a few slight school as well as tripping the light fan- bruises. OT. Do you want to buy watches, clocks, tastic. Malin-d- a Old Coins. Misses Mary and joweiry or silverware at n reduction ? Go A niEKiHT car was broken into at Poppies have had in their possession to Danks, the Jeweler, at Mcltoberts' Rowland, Wednesday night, and several nearly 154 years some rare old coins. In drug store. boxes of canned goods consigned to J. tho collection are three silver dollars d I am agent of the Lexington Steam W. Ramsey and others, of this place, 1700, 1S04, 1S05, which they have Laundry and am prepared to lauudry were stolen. Other goods were broken presented with their compliments to lace curtains at reasonable prices. Al- into. One of the boxes which contain- their nephew, T. C. Ball, who prizes the bert Severance. ed the goods was found only a short dis- old relics very highly, as they belonged Poppies, who died Uus Dillion sent Charley Carson a tance from the car on the premises of a to his Grand-mothprominent citizen, but of course it wns the 14th of August, 1S5S, when Tommy salmon taken Iron) Kockcastlc river, was just two months old. An oiler of near Million's Switch, which measured left there merely for a blind. 5:500 for the coin made in 1S01 has been -- inches and weighed four pounds. Jekk Hale, who was once not as good refused. a citizen ns ho might have been, hut Wool. 100,000 pounds wanted and at And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have highest cash market price. Will have who has in the last few years lived a NEW ADVKiniSEJIEN'T. agents at Paint Lick, Lancaster, Mc- - fairly quiet life, had his hoii'-- shot Into beKinney and Hustonvillc. Mee them be- - a few nights agii and barely mis.-e- d IJ. ing shot himelf. His young son, Bill, Gov. " oro you sell. A. T. Nunnelley. happened to bo in ram:o of the buckshot It a C.tndidat" f"r Conffr.-- i In the th CorKr'-- i of Found. The following message was and one of them entered his left thigh, minul Districtratk Ktntji 1m ihjoct to the aUIuti of the jurtv receives! 'rni George II. Hruce, Lexing- producing a painful, but not serimis All Styles and Colors of ton, Tucfeday: John Cook, sou of S. I', wound. Mr. H. is not certain as to who Cook, is here in thu hands of the police. the guilty parties are, but beli'ves they Highland on Monday. M.iy Froir ii f.ir If you hare an opportunity sond bis are friends of his two daughters, whose mid n. Ic, about . a BLACK MAKK. lull I r. as . h "je. father word to instruct the chief what to waywardness caused him to make leave H'ul h in lrr n p A vn er IIjuI ahali.r m for informaWill pay his household.' Tho ollense of the ras- tion do with him. 2 t her Trznt MRS MARY CIRWKKAL so cals who did the shooting is a most seriHome-Spun- s. W. II. Millkk lws received from J. ami it is hoped that they will ous one Fry Laurence, (if Louisville, president be cauuht up witli and made to pay the JSScctioia. of tho Fish and Game Club, 200,000 eggs penalty they so richly deserve. Mr. Hale Thrt. k!i'tl fthi Hvit. null.- & of the salmon variety to bo nutl his son, for fear of beinjr V .h rfonl's I at lunvilce w a fur HtH, Hui iviilf.on vit jr.' iv, M.i i, deposited in the streams of this county. second time, have left the house and Ihcpurpvi'of Hi", a J" '" fr ih.'.inuing 1. S. I'OWhl.L, It IJ.iit ,t o Thl ought to make pretty good nMiing have moved Into tho Ramsey property ymr. in a year or two. the Hustonville pike. on . The Danville Advocate, states that be The Keeley Institute of Kentucky at fore summer sets in a couple of gentleDtLEK IS Crab Orchard Springs is now in full opmen from that city will take unto themeration, with patients already undergoselves helpmeets from the booming city And Country Produce, ing treatment. Col. W. T. Grant and of Stanford. .We don't mind losing a to erve Hal opMed hit itocl: jokU and I Manager Dr. George C. Webster, of the the peojle of Stanfordofand vicinity. ready la offer-iHe girl occasionally, but when they are takard of Ilargalna and all who want kuo.1 unh incorporators, and Dr. J. C. Mcllvain, of en in pairs it is time our boys werp makR..l at ih- - li est posilite price should call on The best Chilled Plow made. the Keeley Institute, at D wight, 111., him n Logan Aenue, near Lancaster pike. 20 ing a kick. of were hero Wednesday for the purpose Patent Point. No strain on point-bolt- ; Uraced Mold-Boarmade of C. D. Powell, the new Logan Avenue having the articles of incorporation reMISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, " the best material. merchant, has opened out in full blast corded and published. They appear and is surprising tho natives with his elsewhere in this paper. Dr. Webster Corner Maiu and Depot Streets, low prices. He tells us that in 18 year has been at the head of the Indiana InKentucky. Stanford, ho sold at Welchbuo- - over $500,000 stitute, at Plaiulleld, and he tells us that a hamlsnme line of Sprme and IU lust receiel worth of goods, an average of nearly less than p.r cent, of Its patients have Summer Millinery a id invites her riemls ana trie References; J. H. McAlister, D. B. Stagg, J. B. McKinney, generally to ti tn ami get nrl cnoice. S 10,000 a year, on a beginning with less returned to drink. Over 00,000 people pu'i-trimmed in the latest stlo by Wm. Beck, Chas. Dawes, Jeff Hill, Bowen Givens, Frank Haydcn, tlaisanil Ilonnct than $;00 worth of stock. have been treated in the United States, rvjit artistic hitiils Hollis Carrier, John Cash, E. H. Jones, Jas. Bibb, A. C. Cowan, H. and a statement shows that nil but 5 per C. Drye, Bowen Gover, Geo. Benedict, etc. For sale by It. A. Hi'iiNsiDE, master commissioner cent, have been cured. Col. Grant says of the Garrard circuit court, was here that for the present "The Villa" and WIHS Tuesday advertising tho Philips proper"Calico Row" alone will be used for the Garrard Circuit Court. ty for sale. Ho says the Wado Walker patients and that summer visitors will Fanners Hunk it Trtit Co . PllT., against property, also advertiseddn this paper, be taken as usual at the proper time, J. M. Phillips, Murtha Phillips anil S. will realize over S 10,000, which will give It. Cook, Deteiulants. which will bo good news to the numerhim a nice little sum Tho ollice of complace. The class of P.y virtue of a judgment of the Garrard ous lovers of tho missioner pays in Garrard, as sometimes men usually treated at tho Institute are "Circuit Court, at its April Special term, Lice, there arc as many as 15 to 20 sales made gentlemen by birth an their presence 1S92, in the above styled bint, I nill at one time. need not keep visiting people away. The 23, 1892, realize Tiik Kentucky Weather Service re- treatment makes the patients mortifi- At 11a. m. or thereabout, (being the first ports that more rain fell in April than in their condition at once and tho cation that follows prevents them from dav of the May term, 1SW, of the Garrard the same month for 15 years. Tho fall county court l sell to the higher bidder at demonstrative. door was 0 05 inches against n average of 3.75. being obtrusive or public outcry before the 111 Lancaster, Ky , the following describAt this time last year a drought had beOld Mn. John McKkon who used to ed lots, situated in tho town of Lancaster, gun that was not broken until June 11, And the wool better. Dip your Sheep just after shearing. live at Hustonville, but now is in com- Garrard county, Ky., on the east bide of and the cold weather in May was phe- fortable quarters at tho Soldiers' Home the public square of said town: nomenal. The frosts of the 5th and 0th at Cleveland, Ohio, paid his old homo a Lot No. 1. upon which was lately a Two and a half gallons of Dip to ioo gallons of water will dip 150 se occupied as a drug store by were unusually severe and cold weather visit a short time ago. The old gentleSheep. E. V. Lillanl. two weeks or more. continued man had, in his younger days, looked Lot No. '.', upon which was lately a wine when it was red and storcliouo occupied bv Logan it lirewer. Mr. frequently on Little Annie Belle, daughter of undivided interest in Lor The was a creek between town aud e No. 0, upon which there is a and Mrs. Will Craig, of Millersburg, was as there frequently found much now occupied by It. E. McHoberts as a .GO TO. bitten by a neighbor's dog this week, his home, he trouble in getting to his abiding place. drug store. which tore her cheek and mouth so badwas an old colorly that she has to bo nourished by a Living near the creek I will aUo on L named Maria Cook, who had tube. Tho do,: had given no symtoinB ed woman m many a time helped him to cross and May 1892, 4&BkQ of rabies, but he was ordered to bo kept ways been kind to up 10 days, to poo whether he is mad or who had in several 11 A. M. Jell to tho highest bidder at At McKe- public outcry on tho premises tho follow"Model Grocery" for not. This is another anjutnont for a dog him. A warm heart beat in Mr. on's Irish breast and when ho was en- ing Tracts of' Land, lying on tho waters of tax and muzzles, if necessary. Let the joying tho comfort and ease that Uncle Dix I'iver, in Lincoln county. Ky.: city council act at once. Trait No. 1, containing 150 Acre, upSam has arranged for tho Union soldier, good two story dwellon which there The suit of tho Knob Lick A McCor-mac- ho thought of tho good old colored wo- ing house, with good outbuildings and Church turnpike against Mr.Thos. man who perhaps had saved him more splendid improvements of all kinds. Tkact No. 2, containing 1(11 Acres. McRoberts forjlOO subscription, was de- than onco from a watery grave and deTerms: These sales will be made on n cided beforo Judgo Varnon and a jury cided to reciprocate a few of her many credit of 0, l'J and IS months, in equal inwith stallments, the purchaser being required her Tuesday in favor of the pike. Mr. Mc- kindnesses by presenting Roberts pul in a counter claim of $250 money and other things that would add to execute bonds with approved security, Master Commissioner, havfor damages, Alleged to have been sus- to her pleasure. When ho arrived at pavable to thennd etlect of a judgment, ing tho force tained by tho building of tho pike,on his old stamping ground the- first per- upon which execution may issue if not tho lino it was. An appeal will be tak- son ho went to seo was Mariah Cook. paid nt maturity, and bearing 0 per cent, Ho made bora ijumber of presents and interest from day of sale until paid, and en if n new trial is refused. besides made arrangements with an un- with alien letainod upon tho propeity as of tho A dispatch from Corbin says that Mrs. dertaker io furnish her with a cofliu and additional security for the payment purchase money. Chestnut and Mrs. Trosper made a raid shroud at tho proper time. Ho told tho The amount to bo rai-eby these stiles, on tho blind tigers at that place, ono old woman about this and she was then including cot, is $11, (W2 ol. It. A. lIuuxsiDE, Master Coin'r, armed with a hatchet and the other in perfect health. A day afterward she Garranl Circuit Court. n hatchet and razor. They went to began to get sick and in less than a i with Johnson and Well's establishment, week she ws shrouded and placed in where they emptied three barrels of the cofliu Mr McK. had bought. Wheth- HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. whisky and one cask and one barrel of er there is an ill omen in making these beer. P. W. Woods' place was next vis- preparations before the time or not is I offer for if nt the lloufonnil Lot belonging to ited, whero they emptied several jugs of not known, but the colored people of the estate of Capt. Gaines Crjlg, and adjoining U. Owslev, on Hustonvlllostreet. Stanford, whisky and a keg of beer. They left a Hustonville think so and they have Dr. J. It has right 100ms, gao.1 well nnd necessary Ky. card at each place, ou which was writ- seemed wrapped In myetery since Aunt outhouses." P. M. McROHERTS, Acnt, just received. And examine the Studebakcr. Car-loaStanford, Ky. i3 it ten, "Wo will come again." Maria's death. Kkw 'S w Semi-Week- ly I ed link o( Zeiler shoes just ntg. II. Shanks'. receiv- Stanfohu, Ky., E.C. WAl70N,sus. MEANS Row-lau- d. m SPECIALTIES ManaRer V. B. New-land- . BUSINESS. m m Wai.i. r.vfKiinnd paints nt E.nouavino beautifully and artistically dono HtA. It. Penny's. Uuv your books and school supplies of all kinds from A. It. Penny. Fhksii Undrcth Garden Seeds, in papers and in bulk, at W. II. McHob-erts', -- Our : Cheap : Counter, m m ritiRs, Ac.,boubt at A. It. b engraved free of charge PERSONAL Havk your watch, clock and joweiry repaired at A. It. Penny's. All work warranted. Kumkmjicu that all silverware, watchep, ,... p s. A Special Sale in GENTS' PANTS. Penny's will POINTS. two-year-ol- d The editor's wife, wlio has been ill for tlireo months, waq at tho point of loath when this paper went to proes last niht. Mim Ida Si'ttos went to Pltibvillo Tuesday. Gov. J. 0. GivK.vs was hero Wednesday looking vl and happy. A. C. Alvoud, of Kuoxville, is visiting his futher, Mr. H.G. Alton. . Mas. I). L.T1UM1U.K, of Junction City, Is visitiiiK Mrs. J. H. Porttnau. Miss Doha Stiiavh has returnel from Louisville a full Hedged milliner. Mis Hlnhik Bro-naug- b, Nun-nelle- S. HUGHES. da-to- Kuiiaiids, of Junction Ci- SPRING CLOTHING ! IS h tho guest of Miss Georgia Wray. Lettiu Helm, of Danville, is spending thu week with Miss Sue Hout. Mu. Thomas Mktcali- - was oxer from Jetsamiuu Wednesday to eeo his wif , who is better. Miss Ki.la MaySaundkiis went up to Dilllon yestenlay to spend a few days with Mrs. W. It. Dilllon. Mas. Jackson GiVKNsand Mis. J. W. Ilastln, ol PitUtburg, were on Wtnlues-day'- s train en route to IMiisville. Mas. 0. M. Thompson', of Louisville, was up to two bur slsterJ, Mrs. G. A. and Mrs. U. T. Kochwter. J. A. WitmiiT has returned iron Cr-U!- n, where he has boon working at thu onrpenter trade forsninusix months. Tiik Parts Ktmttickinn says Uiat John A. Ilowor, now in the disjwtcher's ofBou there, has been vi ill, but la Improving. Mil. J. W. Haydsn went over to Lev. ington WtxliieMiay to invcMik'iito the wrklng of tlm wattr and electric plant there. Mk. and Mhs. A. C. Sink left Wednes. tiny for Ilostnu, Pendleton county, to china woddiug of their niece, Mrs. Henry Kills. Mtawns. S. C. Jonks and W. S. How man, civil engineers of thu L. & X., are hero this week, running tho sSvilch to tho water works. Mil. K. W. Smith, who is an expert civil engineer, has been employed by thu town to U its surveying during the boom which is now upon us. Mits. K. P. Oaslkv and Mattio Hays, of Columbus, (Ss., missed tho connection at Junction City Monday an-- had to comooutlio freight. Mr. J. Fleece accompaniuil them from thu South. M. S. Hastin, of Pittsburg, is spending a whllo with his relatives in this county, while the Illinois are on it strike. He says they are able to stay out a year and will do so, rather than take tho decrease in price proposed. MiCkkaiiy Vak.nox ha-Miss Mai-dissued invitations to her birthday pirty Among her guests will be Misses Mnry Ambrosia McUoberts and Allio Hichards Hutrmau, born tho s.tme year and in tho stuie week. Hon. John Sam Owblky, Sk., who has been in b.ul health for some timo fell in a faint Tuesday morning at bis homo and a report that ho had dropped dead soon gained currency and caused great sorrow. He recovered after awhile, however, and is now much better. Mu. F. P. Fosteii, State airent for tho Covenant Huilding and Loan Association, of Knoxville, was hero this week for the purpose of establishing a local board. Tho inducements otlored are very tempting, as up to this time tho stock has paid IS per cent. Dus. Stkklk Haii.ky, J. F. Peyton and J. G. Carpenter are attending the meeting of tho Kentucky State Medical Association at Louisville Dr. Carpenter is on thu programme for a paper on "A Typical Case of Kapid Dilitation of theOs Uteri," and another on "A Casd of Hernia of tho Iris." Dr. lldley had a paper on "A Case of Dupuytren's Contracty, Is Mia m er OUR STOCK COMPLETE I e James McCreary Ever Seen in Stanford. Strayed . r lilx-rnli- 1 - i Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. Turnpike - Carp.-n-t- r wall-eye- d vi.-it-ed ri-- ti m.-- i C. D. PQWEXal,, -:- M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. General Merchandise, n; The Vulcan Chilled Plow,' d, Jlilliuer and Dress Maker Has Latest Improvements. l eed, Satisfaction guarant- i.i $ Itoh-ioso- n 15 Commissioner's Sale. Bo IK. & Wo Mo ABEN. b Cures Scab and Itch, Kills Ticks and v'J 4 1 On Monday, Hay cotirt-hous- o Makes Your Sheep Healthier McEmrcrira- store-hou- one-ha- lf bbos. m More-hous- 7 t-- Thursday, 26th, At is-- a N. Y. Seed tion." CITY AND VICINITY. k Potatoes, Red and White Onion Sets, Villli a Wagon ? : ' -- Si Fink link of toiletsoaps at A. A. War ren's Model Grocery. . Landreth's and, Ferry's Garden Seeds in Bulli and Packages; also Hoes and Raltes. Foil mercial Hotel. All fronting Main street M. F. F.lkin. Rent. Four rooniB in tho Com- - Do You Need 11 ji 1 v . ed to do so. Ho would make a good one. Tho election will occur May 2S. r t Solon Cu.ua, for assault on Green Holm, another colored man, was fined S10 and costs by Judgo Carson Wednesday. Tho trouble arose over Solon's whipping ft Httlo daughter of Helm. Caleb Rout was also lined $10 and costs for kicking Carrio Harlan when that daniBel used a filthy eplthot towards him. John A. CiiAiTELLsaya ho has been asked so often to make the race for judge at Rowland that ho has decidpo-lic- o d 20-t- d 'I CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S . d i ffl CS N Semi-Week- ly Interior Journil Si'KEU. Combined Stallion, Style Lexington' Denmark, Will make the eaon of 1S92 at "Travel ers' Hcst" farm, near Shelby City, Ky., at Charley vv A, . : Sandi&ge, MAPLE andn No. A first elass saddle horse I breeder, will stand the remainder of the present jeason at my place A : SHADE : Court-Hous- STOCK Danul!, Ky FARM, "torn One thud of a mile Irnm - . Wj- E. P. FAILCONER, SIS to Insure a Living Colt. ''. V -- Arthur Sims 3041. Sired by Gen. Knox 2 31, trial 2 21. dre of tho dam of the great Mnnbar 2 10, the in the world. ne.t fastest Sire of Ladv Maud 2 ltff (the ilnm of M6nbars 2 l('i); IJcnlnh 2 19L Camera 2 19?. Independence 2 211. Knox Hoy 2 23$, Peaceful 2 20, GilbrethKnox 2 2rt (sire of o nnd the dams of 0 in the Gen. Washington, sire of Poem, u years. 2 103, Presto, a years - -- ' n larJ-and representative li- too numerous to mention. 1st dam Lady Arthur by liourbon Chief 383, sireof Calmar2 22 and tho dmn of Altn 2 23J, Fullerton I. 2 19, Pickard 2 181 and others. 2d dam Lilly Arthur by Little Arthur ly Imp Ulencoe. .! dam Lilly Hartley b.v Marco. li-t- i lllackwood 74, by Norman 23, sire of -t Lulu 2 14 J, May Queen 2 20, &c. Dam bv Mambrino Chief. Lexington Denmark is claimed to be one of tho hantUomest and inw beautiful horses in Kentucky. He is fashionably bred in saddle and Hotting lines, is a grand saddle horse, a line gaited trotter, and goes the gaits naturally. He has ' shown a 2 50 gait, both racking nnd trot$15 to Insure. ting, without any preparation. Ileum nnates from the "highest class of nnd premium horses in Kentucky on his some of sire's side and his dam repre.-ent- s Sired bv Metropolitan 1372, sire of the the best trotting families in the whole dam of Colllnwood. 3 yenis, 2 22, and oth country. This combination produces the ers, lie ny itaniuieionian ju. mini best c6mbim.nl hoies in the world and (the dam of Mecca 2 27 and Clara those which command tho best prices in the dam of the great Dictator and Pextcr all Eastern markets. Anv one will have 2 17: also the craudam of Princeton to see him to nppieciate his greatness. 1 will 2 19$ and Euclid 2 2S by Volunteer, sire also stand 2 splendid young jaCA, of St. Julien 2 11 J and Glo.ter2 17. elcli, elch by Win. 1st dam I.ady Imported Hidalgo and Bopo. sire of Prince Imperial 2 2Jj, Jeremiah Imp. Hidalgo is 3 years old, black with 2 21, the dams of l'orsica 2 22 and Conner 2d dam by white points, 15 hands high nnd will 1 15, half mile, as a yearling Monte, son of Wagoner. 3d dam by Wag- stand at $10 to insure a living colt. IJepo is 14 hands high and will stand at s. oner. 4th dam by Imp. Tranby. due Oct. 1, 1503, or when mare is parted $15 to Insure. with. 91 Will receive at "Maples." 2 miles outh Lexington Denmark's fee will be due Lancaster, from March lo to Julv 13, when colt i foaled or mare is parted with. of A. ELKIN, T. 1892. Mares kept at $2 per month, at owners' Lancaster, Ky. 14 inspection of linrisk. I solicit a clo-I. S. TEVIS, stock. S The Premium Saddle Stallion, Shelby City, Ky. c 2 1GJ, &c lie ii n blood bay, 13 hands high, left Injure a Living Clt. hind foot white, heavy mane ana tail, sMT VK. . Pavable when the colt It foaled May, lSv loaieu lie h ireu ov . tne creat wemium snaSired bv Saddlewood. cMc stallion. Second Dam Rower Webb e Killftnll finAiiflh hp.l M.r.4 nn ivirth. bv Mtlfea Is? dam by Smith's Almont, sire of sumpter Denmark. &e Ilowaid 2 I!'. Charlvvisa bright haj.ultli white (ct. fMtl ijH Wellington. 2 dam by hands high, Arc carnass and rccs all the iritis w horse, wa peifrcttau grand saddle Snddlewood. li D. KENNEDY, lluslonvtlle, Ky. t.v Wildwood. ltdntu by Star Denmark, the winner of 100 premiums; 2d dam bv an imp. Middle stallion; 3 dam by VeecliV llamblctouian. Wildwood n bv lllackwood 74, 2 31, iro of lllackwood, Jr. , 2 22"; 1st StaiiilarJ Rule by Meenger. Jr., dam Kate tS UlacK stalln.n hands high, foale! i bv Paw Crockett, Jr.; :M d.iin bv bred by A Goldsmith, Orange county, NewinYork.3 2d dam by Cnstctlar lo' Sired l.runsu ick, son of Sumpter; lth dam by First dam Woburu Maid, by Woburn ) the D.ivis' Hambletonlan. dam of Carver 2ali id dam by a Mainhrlua Smith's Almont by Almont 33, sire of horse, 3d dam by Mambrino Messenger Wither-poo- ii Castellar lw 1 by Volunteer $3, sire of St. Julien 2 13, Fanny . Jew-elKn-t't1 ta-t- S 'ti' jJlTF x Ton Tirtllns-- o iiBDiir.r.iLxac Sire and grandsireof too - t I J, Pto 2 lo'i lel'pnone 17 in the 1 $n 1 l ' list, Oenoa ., et mambrino 3715, Wm 1', S 1 lly Alniui .1 .'4 llcltle Jnes l id',, Chattel Ham Lyd.d.m of l.jdy Majolica 15. i.; iLmOTnaiiXLTm ?o of the irreat Electioneer, sir of Sutiol 1 ' Daw Mamie C dam( Don Muliteith . . an. in the world. , i, SILVER CimiKS 6818. ATOKA 1194a. VIlojoS1., eti , sire of mt In the inmor sire uf Rowcim, the tatlest Plo aoss0 jjhImi. iuttur. '&&Z& bonnie iT&y?-- r tt-Vc- - -- - -- V- V Ed. Barlow 2375. . 1 j ' no 1 hue. ana t in Sennf Alcyoae aas.br George Wilkes l u Dim Silverlnck. dam 01 Silver He ts the fmhiouaMr Wilkes a id Mauihrini rati, hen cross, lit preduc )r 7iiic;ci pnHmcm; sire iiiai est r iuki in ini pun 01 me aiflle 'KiL-'- y Mambri Season 1802. SHverUi t 3 Mc-ence- I Full brother toSttto m1 , trotters and producing dams, mares on the shares , aJlieHlnia II to1 trial is mdc. stallion 1 t NAILOR 7G2I. Y DANVILLE, KY. Son of Abdallali Masabnna the srrat (Ire The fulloumg standard-breas well as a tretter. I woiildlike to bieesl yur Mnlllinis Wiil make the rnMin d mfm m trotting nt mv farm lf-s- two miles Mjtitli cast t.f Danville: a etc: 1st dnm Miss NoJine bv Hammond. joncf Potter's Clav; id dam Wells' Star, dam of Artillery a ii and Modesty a 36, by American Star 14; d dam by lleitraml. . Woburn 341 by Hainbletonian to; 1st dam Miss Cooley by telegraph 301, id dam the dam of Geo cooler py rriuay Ed ftarlow will stsnd the season of tSji Ht my stable jij miles (rom Stanford on the New White Oak and Dix liner turnpike, near Oidlerar's Mill, at n-i- Standard under Rules 7 and I'Ml er in blmd t Stamrmul 111. Ilav li.fv. with fine stvl, dam Nrlly by Ilambletiwlan eedy Sirtl by -- ultan i u . sultnn, sire of as In lp..tini;, dnm ( Mumlmul t 11 and Nellio tlnm il Nalfor, 1 10 list. Krnndsire of iiMind dnm of 4. bred alike, sold for Jio.oooas a pair of MadMirs bi Injj ver) fat ?30 to IllHllfo n. Fotvl. K I I At'l.CONKK. Uanvllle, Ky For particulars, address with pediKrres haHds.ime and it 1 Qtiliilnc S. 11048. 10 hands. Shed by AlMlnllnh Mninbrim., the xito of Geneva S. UIJ, oHi0 .lliea o U)i Solo i'JMattlcH. '..: ami lit others. 1st dam Llla Hopkins (ihe d.tm of it bettor than 'J.tni. In- Octarooni sim nf tl... - HI); '.'d dnm Mollle V... N)mn in f rev by .Went' .Uie (the sire of Norn U. 'J 'Ji ami Win. singerly 10. S26 THE SEASON. - Uny lUce record 2:20. stallion, fonltd :BELM0NT CHIEF 8689 T Wyandotte 5526. ny-anci- th Kegistered as Holt I. ink. 64 Sird by the Kreat I will also stand at the same time and place my v performers to his v.redlt. IltJmont has sired Sire of Nutwood, the crtMtest lisln sire, hnsitu 7 youti; jack, io lh dauhtrrt hase 11 performers to their credit 37 perforincrs with records liom a sin- if Dr. W'eit t ul the dims ul f and darn, Hettie KtnkenJ, .. ..by Contract ir a j.i perlormers by Jim Monroe 1.5. son of Alexander's Abdalkih sire nf I.ady Monro" dam I'ull'lster O Monroe J 1 ie) , Kitty lutes ji"H. Moaroe Chief j.iltj and 7 others inja jo At JS for a mare and 5 for a horse colt, to lusurc by I) v all's Nfambrtno. 3 dam 4 months old bv thnrouchbti'd son of Whin. 1 dam Joe is a red jack 4 years old list OctoWr, about Lantractiir, tne ire 01 llelinont (.niet s dam, was sired by Ajas, issll brottirr to Uranre Uul a jo. by 13 hands hlch, bt; bone and heavy body and has lUmUetimUn 10 Aiax ilrnl Apple Jack a 18 ami a nthef In i jo lut Cntrftctr Ant iIam. proven himself tc be a bk1 breeder. 9 tu ny cestui atom. Ladv Van oiuiiiwr and sentinel: Mone due on all seasons when colts are four itooiey. dj uhth iiamoirioniau, iuii nroinrr.. rtMoiun i, ireoi iianimeiouian nautili, months old Mares traded or removed I rom the llrlment Chiel traces lite timfs to llamhletoataii i -- four times throsich U s dam andwnee thrr.ujh Call and examine my aounty forfeits insurance his sire. He also combines the blood of Mambrino Chief and Amertcan Star It will thus be seen stock before makinc s our rejection. that Uelment Chlet comes from the creates! spcctJ proiluvinK families. Cntlrtiiij the concentration C M.SI'OONAMOUE 4 cf reed Itloeil. sire, style and action, there Is tv .LuVt a'.ut the results ! be iitltaintsl In bresislini: to him Terms, $50 to Insure n living colt. $10 to Insure a Colt 4 Months old ,n, - "K-'il- y ij'jtoj 1 JOE EMBREE, 1 - i,, thJr Granville Smltli 11049. Chestnut stallion, foaled lOlmmls. Slreil hv C. F.Clay 2 Is. Mre f Clorino U L'.tj. Springdny U 'Jul, and Conner 2 2!). dam Kiln Hoiikins itheditm of Geneva S. 2 1U1. Mattie H. 2 i: ami (jiiiuim- - S. 2 25j i by Oti.troon; 2d dam Mollie Win frey. by Ahue. 11 l1, i It Vxi-nt'- s Tlie Magnificently Ureil Saddle Stallion. EAGLE : BIRD, Will make the present season at the stable of UN tinner, '2 miles west of Stan lord, on the Slfelby City pike, at the low price of of Stamboul j ii and tf athers In s'j (mo vs likes tne sue "I 7i in lie a yt list. Night Hawk t 4. sire.t Red Croos and tke by 4, MiHHIe Warrn i dsmiof h.d Annan t i"' and 5 otners in i t. fT M i so and the dams of Gen. Smith i t'VJ by crmotit Item ul sire of Lady Cam , null sue ul (M llaiict-- r liny a im, llron Pick t i.-etKnoi, ire al Lady Maud 2 Cam rs i i ,, Ileulah 1 lrlcpeilenc tH '- dv Maud, the dam ol Munlars. iy o. record i let Vermont Hero by Sherman's llljct Hak 142 dam by I ilrty, son of Hlshjp's HamVetoulan, by Imp. Messenger. Private Stallion dam. I.ady DunUn dam, Joste, . . . Record J.joH. Uy the Kinjly SL't IAN. sire fcy STJAdlJLO- -- l. $aO THE SEASON nck with the mares of this, section and get both the speed and stylo from them. See the tock before booking your mare. I A. V. SMITH. I..iv!ll.. Thee stalll.nis will '. c 1, Dorsey : Golddust. u. $15 to Insure a Living Coit. ILVIDBIID (CiLJQFTOI and took 7 (Shown 8 times as a premiums and 1 certificate; as a wasn't shown at alP Will make tho seaon of 1S92 at my place 3 miles from btanfuru on the Danville pike at $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when the mare is parted with or bred to another horse. Lord Clifton is a beautiful red sorrel, with a good mane and tail, 15 hands high, foaled in 18SS, and is a perfect saddle horse. Those who want to breed to a good saddle stallion are cordially invited to look at my horse and see him move. He was sired by Second Jewel, he by dunningham's Jewel, be by old Washing- ton Denmark. His first dam Fannie by a son of Gill's Vermont; 2d dam by Old Monte, thor- oughbred: Lien retained on colt till season U paid. Mares grazed at reasonable rates, but not responsible for accidents, should any occur. G. A. LACKEY. Stanford, Ky. LVcrintion and Pedigree: He is a dark Full brother to Contractor brown, full H.xteen lunula high nnd four fly SL'LTAN, tho sire of Stamb. .1 11 and 16 others in a v. : : He hits n fine mane ' Dam, Madam llardlne. the 1 dam of Contract. .r 11, lUrbara 127. by (ivrrland, th re of the dams - years old thi Spring. d Contractor 2 21. Lagrange ji, What lio the treat and tnil, with a much style and action brood mare Minnehaha, the dam of Beautifulj j,,',, ric ny Stevens' llald Chief, lh sire ot Tabor, ky . and 4 others in jo, 3d dam. Kale 2 j our stables mile m any horse in Kentucky. Will make the season of i3ja at Mambrino Chlel fTE westcf Stanford, on the Hustonville pike, i!ed Sulmurcli Is a Leautllul bron. 16' , hands ' ' Prnl I v I L Kv. Los Angeltis, CaL He was sired by the great King Eagle, e will serve a limited number ot inarrs at $40 to lnauro, or S'J5 mo Hortsotj. to Insure a Living Colt. (the winner of forty blue ties). At $15 J P CROW, McKlnnoy. Ky dam by Star Eagle (best son of Description and Pedigree' Silver Tip is a red Lexington t. bar with tine mane and tail, $ hands hijjh, hind a mdcl saddle horse; has the anLlcs white, and I'd dnm by Hnmlet Denmnrk. -:- -:- gaits to perfection and is a great knee actor. Deninnrk, .'id dnm by HnrrU on of Sired by the great Silser King by On Time, son Miller's Denmark. of Stonewall Jackson. 1892. King Eagle was the winner of more than First dam bv Skeedaddle, by Oliver son cf Wag oner: id dam bv Red Lion. 4,0 premium tiul was never beaten in the ' Siher Kme'sdam was Mollle Mounce, by Cab-bell's Lexington, son of Wood's Black Hawk, id model ring uy nore, mnre or geming. Mandard ami Rrislered King Engle was sireil by Hlack Eagle, the dam by Young America, son of Taylor's Messen ger. Skeedaddle's ist dam by Medoc, ad dim sire of Mack Squirrel. 1st dam is (the (Full brother to (Juartermatter Jilt, sire of 6 In the 'jo list al t years o4d.) Trumpeter, 3d dam Aratus Mares sent to us ill receive good attention at dam of Mark Deninnrk nnd Monte Chris BY ALOYONB 2:27. stallion race record, and twenty-fsreasonable rates, but will not be responsible lor to) by Mack William. thers (Sireof McKinnev a'ai, champion Mater, dam of Akyane t trth as in accidents or escapes. Parting with mare forfeits Son Star Eagle was got by Cnbbell's Lex- tara 2 of George Wilkes 1 21a and the laineus2 Alma Alkta 2 29; Almatcr, hMs a; trUt 2 ajVi; tttl) Alcsa- Vj, Almcter H, Altlfte Kik Insurance. Lien retained on colts for season mon (o in list Arbiter JJ ington, tliun by Garrnrd Chief. lie trial 2 ij. . o grass after 3Iay Is the only mare lllngcr dead who has produced three sms that base each sired a horse Mares will be furnished Alma Mater of 2 Stanford, Ky lstat S2 per month. Care will bo taken to with a recordVive ij or better. by Sentinel 4o, wroef Van Armaa t Vivarxliere n 1st dam Qui prevent nccidenK but will, not bo respon-si- b and 7 others in 2 jo and better ami ilams of Cypress t i. dam of (Quartermaster 2 214. the sire e shotitl anv occur. 01 autuey u 2 aefi, .yania 7j 2 jn tuasierwaticr t jv,i.irt ti in list) ,titui rte Wallow ijU. Lillie C. J JtH, Ac. fjuarter Stretch (j) 2 a$4, Lcn Also nt the same time and place I will see U 2 29S. "ue ueus hi 2 aj'i, stand 1 Silver Tip sttil.imi.a.ir.oh:- 1 . s hfw-h- , 1691 Siamlnrd Xo. VMl. This voting roadster stallion is nu in bred GohMii-t- . Koaleti iu April. IssT; is a buy. full It) hands. sp,.,.,y nn, iUlcx. celled In slle, action, Ilni-l- i and .INnosI-tioFull brother to Kstdle. trial 2 22 J, Co rhino, trial 2 as. and Montrose, the siKH-dnnd premium colt of '&S. Slretl by Zileniuli (ioldtlut IKK) ibv Owhlilust IV). by Veruinnt Mort-nnCloser related to Maud S. 2 Iksf nnd .IoIiim,,, 2(H! than any other Mnllion. the firet o yenr old stallion to trot in public as fnt it 2 25, sire of Cigarette, dam of Hosa Iind Wilkes (the fastest mare of tho l. l ' U ' lt Cab-bell- 's 11 j ! ' STOCK BELLEVUE FARM, Season of (EiaOS3ll)!SMiOff0 ) e- ,. LANCET 7871. Standard under Rules 6, -- i, Morgan. Over 500 of the 2 R0 performers hnve a a strong iufiisiuii of Goldust an d Morgan Moot I. Dorsey Goldtliist will make the nrisnt season at my place 2 miles from Manford on the llustonville pike, U liken family, record 2 Hi. Wliirlu-ln.2 21, Fannie (iolddu.t 2 25J, Ktelle2 22.) Dam Florence, tlnm of Kstelle 2 22, by Golden Mingo Chief, son of Gufl Comet 1 MAMBRINO STARTLE to Majolica ij full brotherfoaled 1E60. Hay, Majolica a 24mke or Mambrino Maid Colllnwood Dom Pedro (3yearsi Myra Startle Yeiser Hoy Lord Palm Captain I.ee Corinna (3 years Fred (public trial Trial 2 2 13 - and tst SIRED HV STARTLE 2 6. Sire of Majolica 2 15. (dam of Majolica dam lessle Kirk a bletonlan; dim Lady Kockeleller, ny Amerl can Star: ad dam Bar Richmond, by Hambletonlan. and Miss 2 dam Miss Stevens...., ,by Edwin Forrest. 3 dam Polly Stevens., by Mambrino Chief. I i. . - .fl.. .. l..rt.nn ...Vi nnh IIVII. l.l.V731 UIII, VflMI 1 if and left hind pastern white, and was foaled May a 23, iS6. He is handsome and stylish, high finish 1 16 and has great muscular power, His legs and -- l j! ed are good. His sire, Pretender, is very fast feet 3 9li He has shown quarters in 3 seconds. 1 9n Pretender is by Dictator, who sired three trotIllack J 19 ters whose aserage speed is greater than any a 31 three sired by othtr stallions. His dam is a well a 27 bred daughter of Lanceuood a son of Hambleto-nia- n. Sired Son of Dictator and Winona bv Almont. . by Lance wood, son of Hami dam Lances.. by' pretender , S. 480! Vt'P .,, .A-- .1 Miss a 6M, tnariey rnei a 10, noa n. a 4 'J Capt Walker a 27U. sire ol the dam of Harry Wilkes 2 13V4 rl dam by Parish's Pilot, son of Pilot, the sire of Pilot, J r 4th dam by Brown Pi 5th dam by lot, aire of dam of Rosalinda 2l'4 Cadet, son ot Hertrand. record a 36, by Rysdyk's HambletoStarle 290, nlan. 1st dam Lime Walker, by bcely's Ameri can Star; 2d dam by Blackbird, son ofRueliuck. Startle 236 is the sire of Majolica 2 ij, Portia Clark Chief lo, by 3 24, Miss Majolica 1 24H. Mambrino Chief, ist dam Little Nora, by fhy Messenger; ad dam Mrs. Caudle, dao-- of Krics-so- n and Jie 2 30'. Clark Cbief sired Croxie 2 19 others 01 a 30 or better perlormers. tlis daugntcrs 2 15, Wilson produced l'hallis 1 13H. Majolica 26!i'andi7 others in the 2 30 list. Nine of his ions have sired 37 a 30 performers or better. Capt Walker 2 27)i, by Tecumseh; dam by Friendship. Capt Walker 2 17K sired dams ol Harry Wilkes, Gen Garfield 1 i. 2 131, Charley Irlel 2 Ashland Kate TheltemaasH. Little Miss 2 Croxitt J 19K ny niei, sire ot id dam uld Lady, dam ot Little a 24 ii uiari 2 13 Will make the season of Stanford at 1892 at my stable in $10 the Season or $15 to Insure. Call In and see a fine individual with an excel lent pedigree. I. M. BRUCE. Stanford. Ky. Wecteewood 436. church. This riae saddle stallion will make the season of 1S92 at our stable one mile west of McCormacks dam Dolly Willinms bv KovmI Mammoth; 2d tlaiu Kose Kmbrv, by Monewall Jaek-su- i. he bv .Inlin Ittiiii'liiiuiiiV i.nt. i.:. IIY MAMIIRIM) 1)1 ntLYai.K- Stallion; foaled in 1SS4; lol hands dam hy Jim Porter: 8d ilam Kllcn lll the. and s others in jo and lietter and dams of Majol by Clark Chief Sj, sire of Croxie i 1st dam high. by Hlythe's IIaiiiiilil, he hv Compromise; n4ii.ii . j . ."uii 11.1 t i.i, .an i'i oin-rin 2 to anu rtler. mils, " iison by Dictator 113. 21I dam . by I'llot, Jr ., sire ofo 111 list int c'iin Maud S NulMood Itli iIhiiih fine black jennet Mild bv Dr. Jav Ke se a 2:10, I'halla 2:.:Ji. 2 ia, (witn 7 in uti ii.ibc Sire of aiamnrinu o it a u and ; others In the list The Ueniiet, of MmlUon county, to Uvi Hubgreate-- t brood mare s re that ever lised nnd 2S others in the 2:J50 Director ble. Clark is a handsome cheitnst stallion of fine inditiduality and at the very Usw fce.isdeMambrino list, and erand she of Direct 2:0tJ. Nancy signed to meet the demand ol a large class of breeders who are urm ilduc to pa hiijh ttriees tut wast At $10 for a Living Colt. Hanks 2.6l, Lnckhurt 2:MJ, and ;;) other, good blood With the great 1'iIm, Jr Chief crews. MambrtNO Clark should ns osily sire well Insure a mare Willi toal $iio to iu the 2:301it. Dictatok by Ilambleton-in- n trotters, but producer, as A lieu will be retained on all colts for N. II Note required at time of service. Insalid should mareiiot prove in foal. Mares kept at tea (sire of Klectioneer, Geo tire Vilke, souable rates, but not rispunsildc foraccidests 10 ',- F. KKID, Stanfonl. Dexter, etc.) dam Clnra, (dam of Dexter i; D. M. BOWMAN. JR., Burprln, Ky. 2:211 I by 2:17. Almn 2:2S), and American Star 14 (.ire of the dam ol Guy 2:12, Hubert McGregor 2:17J. etc.! 1 dam Alice... by Almont : '.i:, record 2:!J9J, Mares kept on terms. attention given, but not reMonsible by llncnuli 77. sireof dams of nsrteriter 2 ait fslreo for accidents. 2 dam Nlissie 6 in list CascarilU 2 Klnc Wilkc. j iK lure ot dam of Cascanlla 2 2S, ICing Wilkes At the same time and ii1m.. will m.Li Oliver K itYt, Minnie Wilkes 17. Ac 2 u lure 01 Oliver h. 2 ioJ. .un At $0 for horse mule and SS for mare mule the season with one of Levi HubhlcV best 2 17 cl nie colt. Guardsman is a rich brown horse, nK hands hich, of fine sty! and conformation and fro his rkh bnil young Jack B. P. WOODS, mhcritarceof produclnc blood lilies, he should prue a tfieat stuck horse Too of his 4steit colts, new 2 ) ears okl, trotted qusrters as earlinKS ',and weioads Cuardssaiu's fall brather.Utsar Stanford, Ky. ear obis in list last year llr the riKrls he 2 jear olds, two j ycarolds aiid two termaster, put greatest stallion that eer lived In slnn: speed early, as ho other horse ever approached him in ts the He i black with white w,,, full l.l this respect Gusrdsinan has the same breeding. Is naturally a fast horse, of equally as good Individual characteristics and hy should he not sire as much j hands high. Jlnelenctli. Imue and bodv, I yenn old;- has GEO. DICTATOR 3SG& proven himself a tint Ulare breeder. Sired hy .Ine IllHckbum. M rea-omt- ble lVr-johh- 1 n.ttl At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. I IMPORTED JOHN, 2 ICTl i ti, 1 rs to 111 1 BOSOOE, - t- -i oTANDAUD. $50 to Insure a ia, With Fonl. 1 tt Jav-Kve-S- 2-.- ii',. ',. s i. - Ar-tori- bv Abdullah lo , At $10 to Insure a Livinpf Colt Till w caning time; colt standing good until season t money is paid; mare parted with forfeits insurance money Description and Pedigree: He is a dark bay, ery heavy mane and tail, game, 5 '4 hands liih, uphcaded ana carrieshimself very gracefully and 2 duni iu fact his rider says he stands without a peer in as a saddler. NotwithCentral Kentucky standing his being handled only three weeks, when he went lame and was turned tint, he would defy all comp?tition. lie uas sired by Second Jewel, the famous premium horse, he by Cunningham's Jewel, he by Washington Denmark, ist dam Lillie, sired by Stonewall Jackson, another premium horse, he by Washington Denmark, he by Hlack Denmark, etc, sd dam by Glencoe.lio by Imp. Glencoe. and so 3 dam on 3d dam by Tom Hal, out of a Copperbottom. Look for a moment and observe the crosses of this horse, and you will see that he is backed up I dam by the best strains of saddle stock in the land. A look at him will be -- nfTi tent and a liberal patronGeorge age is very kindly solicited. Mares kept any way on liberal terms, but not of 1S92 at responsible for accidents, should any occur. 1 to-d- 91 FIFTY DOLLARS -- ib. a6, to insure in foal GAMB0NIT0 SI49. Timed In race a an record 2 27' Black, foaled 1887. yiUEDBY GAMHETTA WII.KKS 226, the site of 17 in 2 30 list. Gii'ulK.uito'k 1st dam Maud, by Garrard Chiefi siroof Haul Duke 2 aS! nnd dams of Don Pi.trrro 226. Mistake 2 20'j. 2d (3214',, Don dam Nellie, by Son of Hilly Hoice 2 14. by Cor beau. ,ddam by Helm's Yorkshire, thorough Three-year-old GoliNmitli Maid 2:14 nnd Bolinont, sire of Xut- woodStlS) dam by Mambrino Chief 11. out of a daughter of Pilot, Jr., (sire of the dam of Maud S. 2:0SJ), Almont sire o0 in the 2:30 INt. of Luhi by Norman IW 2:14?, May Queen 2:20; of the dnins of Xorval 2:171, Knnny Jtobinon 2:20f, Xornran Medium Morse 2:20, etc.); by Horse C; 1st damSlocum mare, by Magnum lio uum. Young Twyman mare, by Coetir do Leon (Hevis.) Old Twymtin mare, -(tin-trace- d. sireof Breeze Wilkes.13 SCREAMER JR. ERRICSSON, Pearl Medium 2 30 and daini dam Kitty and Pearl 22; i 2d.. " v, ......-"-- Second cousin to Maud S , Ja Kve See This lino jouiijr HildIe Mnliioii will stand the season of istj at my stable four and NutwiMtJ lly KrricMn I3U(0 i'n 2 30 2 20. miles Kast of Stanford, nil thi'omintv road lit i. Nt dam IJoiloc. bv Old hint, sire of lemliiii' fiom Itowlaml, ami will lie per- 1'ilot. Jr. 12 iu the 230 listi. Mainbiino public Sireof Klmtoska 2 is, Marr I. u Chief ami Pilot, dr., mares Maud nt tho mitted to cene 'St mares trial 2 t. Nellie O Neil 2 aiVj. c liemi of the ht a producmg dams. dam of Maud Messenger Jane, rst dan i:iiHson I:!, siie of Karelv 2:2U, Dohlo 2 Merit 237. by Gentle Itieeie 3.46, sireol At $8 to Insure a Living- Cdlt. Kaled iJ3; SIRED JIY 1'ETOSKY 3'mj Trial standard lllood bay stallion, black points JR tS bands ldh, i, il 7 t6f. - ) FIKTY DOLLARS tu insure in foal. We will pay a premium of $200 to the owner of any of his cults (,ot in 1891 which obtain a record of a 311 or better, provided there is no change in rules oiregistration and we own the horse when record is made He is limited to 30 approved mares. bad. Dictator will ninke the season J. M CARTER, JU. S20 to insure a LivingColt. My fine saddle stallion by On Time and out of a Stonewall Jackson mare will also make the season nt name time and place, GENERALB0YLE9145. Trial 2 35 at 3 ar. sIKKD II Y GAMHETTA WILKES 226, the sire of 17 in 2 3olist. 1st dam Sillv, by Alert, by Hamblewnian to 3d 'air, Silence, ilaru of Proctor 2 19!, Borden 228. By Alexander's Abdallah 2 42, sire of Goldsmith Maid 2 3d dam Wbodbint, dam ol Wedge By wood - 19 and Woodford Mambrino a 21J-Woiidford, sire of the dam of Brignoli 3 19)4, TWENTY-FIV- E DOLLARS to insure in foal. 'General Boyle is 16 hands, with fine style and d form, guod bone uad a good, trotter. We think it will be easy for him to take a fast season. He was stake v. inner at fyear 26. Look his "'Be record at yearling old, breeding over carefully; you will find him a choice bred one. Mnres parted with, season forfeited. Mares kept at reasonable rates at owners' risk.4r SON, W.M.RUE Central Park, Danville, Ky 8 Foaled 1888. J pure-gaitertc-urdt1 HILT EDGE 261. Registered. Dam by old Stonewall Jackscn This fancy saddle stallion will make the season of 182 at our stable l't mile from Milledgeville, jincoin county, ry., un inc aianinru anu .Mil Owing to the scarcity of money, edgevilleplke. we will ttand him at v By Second Jowel 48. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. BKATJM03STT. This line draft stallion will present senson at my farm at make the -- X $J5 to Insure a Living Coit. H-t, E? Money due when colt comes or mare is parted with. Mares grazed or fed at reasonable prices. Not responsible for any accidents should any oc- He has proven himself a splendid breeder, cur. Gilt Edge is a beautiful red sorrel, flaxy mane I nlo hnve and tail, M hands ,t inchcf high; was foaled Sept. 6, i836, and it n perfect saddle hflrse. Gilt Edge was showed at a 3 year eld and took the sweepstake premium at Klrksville and Danville and in his own ring at Harrodsburg. Thoso who want to breed to a good saddle stallion are Which 1 will stand at tho same place and cordially invited to look at our horse and see him time; move. McCreary's dam was Lady I'arks, (an He was sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunning Colt. Three $10 and $8, extra saddle mare) by hlack Diamond, ham's Jewel, be by old Washington Denmark. Hii first dam Minnie by McDonald's Ifalcoin. He Is an an eicelldnt individual and quite prom- - sired by Drinker's Drennon, ho by Davy If not sold before tho season opens. 2d dam by Wells' Crussdrr, bis 1st dam by liing, also an exceedingly sure foal getter. Will Crockett, (n Cunadiail). Diamond s dam Stonewall J acksan, he by Washington Denmark, Will pasture tnares at 2, but not responmiles W1IS by Old MalllbrillO Ciliefj 2d d am by make wason or 1892 at Charles Dunn's he by lllact Denmark, his ist dam by Crusader, trom Stanford on tho Rush Ilranch jiike. Alien l'ti7.zle. ( ihorouirlibred). Lady sible for accidents. 's dam he by Old Whip, jd dam a Rocky Mountain mare. ....in..i nnrnn nnt;i..n.nn iw"vi ni.i vws ' f ctAtUb ' . 'ill- t...Si . I SiO to insure a Living Colt. FOUR GOOD JACKS, at Wiley at of Nutwotd 2 18'i, who in turn sired Manetle, 2 ict'4 and sold for S12J,-00dam of Anon 2 year-ol- d 3dd.mhy Red Jacket, sire of the dam of Kentucky Wilkes 2 2i!, and the 2d dam ot Red 2 18 and Wilkes, sire ol Ralrh Wilkes, a year-ol- d sold for $30,"o also sire ol 3d dam of Mambrino Maid 2 isVi, Petosky 361, bv George Wilkes to, record 2 22 sire .if Harry Wilkes 2 131- -, anil Guy Wilkes 2 isU, William I., Red Wilkes, Ac. ist dam l'anuy. dam of Nellie O'Neil 2 jji.', Katie Jackson 1 7hi, Jim Jackson 2 28, Ac, by Iron's Cadmus (closely related to Nelion 2 ioj sireoll'o cahontas, wasciii reiord ai7'i, also crandsireofi 2d dam I'olfy by Cadmus, son of Smuggler 2 i American Eclipse, sireof Gniio, sire l the dam of and Mambrino Patchen, sire Lady Thome 2 of the dams of Guy Wilkes 2 1K. William L. sire. of Axtell a 12, Vc. jd dam by Ilrown'i llellfouud-er- , sireof the 2d dam of Jlelmont 64 and tho 3d sire of Constantiue dan- - of Wilkes Hoy a a 19X1 ld for $27,000 at public auction. . 1 wish to remind breeders ot the fact thstth. Iluslonvillo and Liberty turnpike road, at Wilkes family Isthe greatest on earth. They sell, most, command the highest stud Ices audi The Premium Young Saddle StnlKon. for tho breed on. Sale of some Wilkes as follows: Axtell $12 50 to a in Foal. 40,000, Prince j $105,000, Lumps 60,000, Acolyte Wilkes (eeldtng $,30,000, Constantine $i7,ooo, Will also stand my young JACK, by llarnhart $15,000, Ralph Wilkes $30,000 and oth- the noted jack. Hob MeKlroy, Eight ers for $10,000 and upward too numerous to men- ' 3 and Ax tion. Red Wilkes, Allerton, Guy Wilkes Wjll make the season of 1SW2 at my insurance. tell command stud fees ol $t, 000 each and a good Persons breeding to either and trading many more stand at near $300. I will also name u stable in Lancaster, Ky., and will be per or breeding the mine few Wilkes of the thira generation wnicn snow mitted to serve mares renders how they brjed on: Monbars year old record the season tine. B. S. POWELL. Position 3 year old record a 22f , sold tor A 2 6Ji, 10 10 m3Ure a lilVing VjOlU $lo,oooat publlcauction, Athadon, the champion At yearling stallion, record 2 27. On both sire and UL MEN UETAINKI). dam's ilia llrteze Wilkes is related to the follow I'alo Alto 2 08K inz noted horses Sunol 2 t..rirr. rcary Is 10 i...,i lligll, a beauliftll MaudS a. 3t4, Nancy Hanks Jog; Allerton a ooV, Nelson a 10. lay Eye bee a to, Ariona ioJJ, Direct hay, o years old, has iiingnitlcciit carriaj;e 2 oo, Koy v1iKea2 oavi, AXICI1212. ieu unices, and action and hiiih style nt both ends. Guv Wilkes. &c. Red Wilkes and Axtell made Ho was sired by Stonewall Jackson, Jr.. $20 each beiore they become famous, iraiuua at aslutlg- and you now have the opportunity to breed to lie liv Stonewall J acksoil, lie by ureerewmces at tne iow pr.ee ot ton Denmark, lie by Jinp. JledgeronJ. -0. well-know-well-known 1 ' ,.. raSJU:"SrK a 1 216K MudMtiordam ot Kisers, 11 - , ' 24, j L'.L'S 28, Kric 2 2S. NlghtinKale 2:2SI, Lula F.. 221I. (.raudsiio of Olaf reiueree.- - lie is Omar 2:251 and six others Wesmahoey bay. bhu-- mane nnd , I ...11 1 nu ..I.I ..f t inn, uni t.iiu hi Mity, 10 nanus son, by Mambrino Chief, who sired Lady high and weighs 1,'JOO pounds, command Thome 2: IS, and 5 others. Mauihrlno niK ill appearance nnd symmetrical in Chief is giandsire of Director 2:17. Mamform. brino frjparkle 2:17, Piedmont 2:17, Hlack Sired by the late n Screamer; dam by Second Gill. His sire, Cloud 2:17, Hannas 2:17!, Croxio 2:llj, Screamer, was too in Lincoln Abboltsford 2:1')1 and !5 others in the county to need nny further mention here. list; Mares bred to this hor.se, if trailed or Krricsson, with a lecord as a lvearold removed from the neighborhood without of 2 301, and half brother to Kric," with n satisfy ing me that they 1110 not iu foal, leroul of 2 21x a u sold to forfeit the season and the inonev is due. Kobcr: Ilonner for the sum of (310,000 at Also hold a lien ni the colt untif tho sea- that age. He is one of the grandest stalson money is paid. Mares kept on gnts lions in Kentiicky.HN colts are unusually kind, good size and color, with plenty of at SI per month, at owners' risk. stylo and line inoveineu.s. Mill make JAMES H. PEPPLES, JR., the season at my stable, 2 miles from " Stun ford, Ky. Hustonville, Lincoln county, Ky., on tho J ami i- -., k ... Mccreary .131. cie Insure Mare Dol-LAU- - $20 to Insure aLiving ssva ..,. 4 MADISON SANDIDGB & SON, M. S. BAUCHMAN. .Milledgeville, Ky s. Stanford, Ky. OHARLES DUNN vas "'' Stanford, Ky. 11) ex,ra a""-"- " T. ii. mare uysnaicespeare, AblUUi, LjUIIcnstcr. ii, iaslifliLKHHHNillisferflMH T 'AC "if- - 3 rv, T ,- -i - xjip CHATS ABOUT MEN. WHISPERS ABOUT WOMEN. A DIPLOMATIC I CUL DE SAC. Reprewntntivu Hooker, of JHhsIssIpiiI, is Biii.l to bo tho Iwht orator in tlio hotifo. Byiuitn, of Inilinna, is tho most UKinlw of tho house of rojiro-st'utntivt'- a. Hohiian, of Iiuliiitiii, U tho oltleht, ami Bailey, of Tcmis, to tho yniiiiKst of tho of tho honso of ruprostmtu s ttvoa. Kdwanl Lyttoa Utilwor DIoIcuiih, tlto youngest son of tho groat uovulist, law lxtm electwl to pjirliiuwint in Now South "SVlllOH. Cuiumiugrt of Now York, Caruth of Kentucky ami Jloinloruoii of Iowa aro tho most jtopular men in tho house of representatives in Washington. General Longstreet npiard to bo in the Inwt of health. Ms faco is rosy ami rmhly, Mt oil by hi white ciilo whisker. Ho is u strikingly hamlsoino man. Jay Oouhl has Mipplemented his gift of $10,000 to Jho Presbyterian Church Extension fund by a pret-enof ijSo.000 to tho University of tho City of New York. Isaac S. Dement, tho president of tho Chicago Stenogni pliers' association, has u record of i)00 words a minute, and is said to Ik) tho fastest shorthand writer of tho day. Chief Justice Fuller's hair and aro white and his appearance is striking. He is one of tho annually diminishing number of men of note who wear their hair long. General Palmer's house at Springfield is a small cottage a story and a half high, but built in three parts, as if additions had Wn mad to tho houso as originally constructed. Lord Lome's time is coming, says a London writer, and ero long ho will ha bettor npprcciatod by many who do not know how able a innii ho really is. Ho has lwon a favorite of thu queen. Judson C. Clements, of Georgia, iiow-l- y npjKiiutcd intorstnto commerco is a Baptist minister and clerk of tho Georgia Btiptist awociatiou and its Sunday school convention. D. Iluell IJrown, the newly elected governor of Rhode IaIuihI, is forty-fou- r years of Age, and haw in the hardware and manufacturing bu&iuu all his life. Ho id Ui f milder ami senior iNirttuT of the llrm of Brown Bros. & Co., at Providence, deolurs in mill supplies. t inus-tacho lx-e- Ti. Haggin, is as fond of horses ns ho is and can bo seen frequently on a blooded horse. The feature of tho Petit salon in Paris this year is a iortrait by Carc'.us Diintn of a very pretty American girl, Miss Davis, drenst'd in electric blue. Mrs. Julia Ward Howe believes that it is never too Into to learn. She commenced the study of Greek whou she was nearly seventy ywirs of age. Tho Woman's Voice- is edited, managed ami pi in ted entirely by women. It is published by A. Florence Grnnt, tho only woman who owns and condwta'a printing office in Boitou. The wife and daughter of David Ten-nPulsifer, whoso distinction comes through owning tho famous swuytock, Teiiny, ride a great deal and own good looking horses. They ate both small in btature and fair. Mrs. Cunningham Graham, the Spanish wife of tho socialist member of parliament, is a remarkable woman. She sjn'iids half tho year in Spain following the track of St. Theresa, whoso lifo sho is engaged in writing. Miss Fisher, of North Carolina, tho lady who once wrote many novels under tho namo of Christian Reid, is now Mrs. Tiernan and publishes: no more. She is the (laughter of tho Colonel Fisher who gave its name to Fort Fisher. Mrs. Frances Fisher Wood, who is a graduato of Vasar and a trustee of Barnard college, asserts that tho statistics s prove that of tho children of college bred women Btirvivo infancy. This record has never toon reached before in any country or age. Miss Mignon Conner, daughter of Billy Conner, who was the jHipnlar hot of tho St. James, New York, can rido like an Indian. She thinks no more of thoroughbred mounting a than some girls do of mounting a drummed out old school homo. She has hunted in England and in this country. y nine-tenth- AIis Ilnggiu, tho granddaughter of J. Who Author of II10 lU'lirlni; S' Correspoiiilciire? Wo wonder who Is tho resionsiblo author, so far as this government is con corned, of tho treaty of arbitration for ' tho Hett lmuut of the Behriug sea dispute. Whoever tho author may be, ho has committed a colossal blunder. Nothing in tho future is more certainv, than that every one of tho five points submitted to arbitration by the terms of tho treaty would be decided against us. Tho first four points concern tho claim to exclusive jurisdiction over an area of open ocean considerably larger than tho Mediterranean sea, a claim preiostorous according to nil accepted ideas of inter national law. Does anybody in his somes suppose for an instant that arbitrators mimed by France, Italy and Sweden will hold that Behring sea is n closed sea btibject to tho exclusive jurisdiction of tho United States? Tho fifth poiut Is In regard to our prot-'rt- y rights in tho seals thotnsolves and onr right to claim tho animals wherever in tho watery waste they may to found. Docs any sano jierson suppose for an instant than an international tribunal will o for our convenience that tho Alaska fur seals aro not fer:u untune? And yet unless ono or tho other of these iinprob-ablnay, impossiblo decisions is rendered, tho whole negotiation, tho treaty and tho arbitration will count for nothing toward tho main object In view, namely, .the protection of tho seals. New York Sun. de-cid- tlio AiihtIciiii STEAM . JIUNGIKEIB AND 3 3 STEEL BOILERS, fc .i&TJ-- Upright and Horizontal. and Portable. All Stationary, Serai-Portabl- o fS.t Vm WXAM . mi, Yi'lilVi 3,""'f c ,tftigiMrs.L - power. 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CfincroMi Will Sntr. Mr. Dockery, of Missouri, states that in tho two sessions of tho present congress the appropriations will to reduced BEAD THE FOLLOWING GRAND 30 DAYS' OFPER: Send us $1.50. price for one year subscription to "North American Homes," and send us also a photograph, tintype or daguerrotype of yourself or any member of your family, living or dead, and we will make you from same an artistic half llfoKlo Crayon l'ortralt, and put the Portrait In a good substantial cllt or urouzo frauuo of S Inch, moulding absolutely ! ui imrK"i win Biso lurnisn ou a genuine h rench glass, boxing and pacKing ume irt-ut in pxprnne, this out and send It with your photo-- j i;raiiii at uncc, also your tiunicnpuuii, ., vr-n3f v. - i i wsv-kK t'rwsF-Tiwii- ; which von can remit b Draft. P. O Money Order, Express Money OidcrJ or Postal Note, taadc paj able to , ., RAILROAD JOTTINGS. C. S. Melleu lnw usruimed tho jHwition of gonornl manager of tho Now York n and New England railroad. The Bellefont Central railroad has Ks'ii completed to tho Pennsylvania State college, at Bellefonto, Pa. Atont $7,000,000 will to expended this and next year on the Pennsylvania lines wet of PitUburg, with a view to accom modating th World's fair trallic. A mil wa recently run by a locomotive on the Pennsylvania railroad in 80' seconds. This would corrciond to a sjnted of 01.7 milos ior com-onn- d This general statement must to taken on tho faith of Mr. Dockery's reputation for accuracy, which is very high. It seems to to rtain, however, that aside from the river and harbor bill there will to a saving this year of more than and It is existed that at least 1,000,000 will to saved on tho rlvor and harbor bill. Tho task of saving money after tho legislation of tho last congress was very difficult. The jwrmanent appropriations had beon increaM'd for tho puqioso of preventing retrenchment. If tho Democratic majority succeeds, thoroforo, in cutting down appropriations in tho first session, outside of the rivor and harbor bill, by f),000,000, it is a great triumph so far as it gooa. It is a pity that the cutting should not go further and that more money should not to saved in tlio animal logrolling scheme. Now York . World. $30,-000,00- atout 100,000,000. azrzs'ci'2 sSssSJHSIB. raiav, sr SejrosjjcisssstiSNSs sss reg.5yc?.7zreAPf 0, NORTH AMERICAN HOMES PUBLISHING CO., f For Character of Work we refer to the editor of the Interior Journal. If you wuh to enjoy ''out aoor" life to the fullest extent, ride a es Foreign s rdimmWf'mo, Dealer In COLUMBIA OR HARTFORD BICYCLE. b and Domestic Fruits, 7Z TlWA ilfc-- Si Confectioneries, Ac. Has with him a first class baker and can furnish read, Cakes and the like on short notice. Sj AiZ C'H Vi The Columbian too well known to ned our additional recommendation The Hartford is not etialnl at the prup We furnish it with the "Columbia'' Pneumatic Tires for Juo. WE hour.. BEHIND THE SCENES. Kdwin Booth hats donated $l,o00 to tho Actors Fair fund. Ehtelle Clayton is now devoting her time to play writing. Duncan B. Harrison is writing a new play for his pugilistic player, Sullivan. William II. Gillette is now able to do a little work. Ho has been an invalid for a year. t Georgie Cnyvnn is said to occupy a totter social position than any other Mow York actress. Tho lntist Danish dramatist to como to the front is Utto Beiizon. He dwils with Scandinavian types, but is under stood not to to a disciple of tho Ibauti school. Of tho several hundred actresses who must havo essayed tho role of Imogen are recorded since 1(RU1, only twenty-twas having made a success of tho part. Uf these Sarah Slddons and Helon Fan citt aro tho host. Tho eldest son of Richard Wagner, Siegfried, has toon in London for a fortyears old, a night. Ho is twenty-on- e very agreeable fellow, with a good deal of his mother's business talent. Ho is quite u linguist, and speaks English o llu-entl- y. W. Tucker, son of Horace Tuckr, lnt general freight agent of the lllinoU Central milrorl, has gone to Denver to fill a josition under President E. T. Jetfery, of tho Denver and Rio ' Grande railway. The Tonncsseo Midland road has toen Mild to T. I. Moss, of St. Louis, representing tho Poducnh, Tennes-seand AIiiImuiiu Railroad company, who will extend tho l.no from its present terminus at Tennessee river to Nashville, and will build from thero to Birmingham. At the annual meeting of tho I ward of directors of the International and Groat Northern railroad, in Palestine, Tex., tho following officers of tho company were elected: President, Jay Gould; first vico president, S. II. II. Clark; second vico president, Henry B. Kane; secretary and treasurer, A. It. Howard; assistant secretary and treasurer, P. B. Honson. Fred o lingo I1I11I111111K') "C'nmrft IIIkIi." Thero may to some question as to tho net result of our ultimatum to Chili, but there is no doubt of tho cost of that bit of jingo diplomacy. Indications oint to tho "jieody colla'wo of tho bureau of American rypublics, which was started in Washington as an annex to reciprocity. As there is very littlo reciprocity outside of tho article, and as that has taken fright early in ita career on account of tho domineering tone of tho great American republic, the dream of a continental zollveruin apjiears to to passing nway with tho winter bnows. Philadelphia Record. Pan-Americ- w r'Ah ' ' 'y SUPPLY EVERYTHING NEEDED IN Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co. Miners and shippers of the GENUINE CONNECTION WITH BICYCLING. Write us when you need EftJp? First-cla- ss anything. rpuring. Original JclliCO Coal. Try it. V'n are the sole agents for Stanford and cnditnOn corner ol Depot meet .ndra.1- 6 MIUUIN5 MWA'ITS. 7 l f7i x G. M. ALLISON & CO., 44H ' J Wnstrnln Stront. - LOUISViLLE, - - - KY. For Salo Twenty Building 6 I V JLots In the corporate limits o Rowland. H. I. DAKST. RowUnd. AROUND THE Qnevn THRONES. 'ntcr Know Tlmlr l'rlnil. A call has toen issued, with tnauy signatures, for a conference of representaDemocrats of tho tive United States in Chicago Juno 21, to indorse tho nominees of tho national Democratic convention for president and to map out a lino and Now York of aggressive campaigning. Times. Colored Afro-America- n PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER A. R. 1S9J I I872. I892. M Orchard, Lawn, Garden. ) vice-preside- nt During the year hand a full and complete shall keep constantlyon stock of Immense stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, small Fruits, Shrub, Vints and Plants. Prices low. We have no agents and our profits cease where theirs begin General and Strawberry Catalogues on application to H. F. HILLENMEYER, Lexington, Ky 7 , t' THE 1 RILEY HOUSE. Victoria's appetite, alwnys a matter of envy among her more delicate uniiu intimates, is said to to jmiivtl and remarkably healthy. Emperor William has collected his Ejiccchvs on religious and social questions, which ho has had handsomely touud, tho first volume being bout to tho ab-olut- Agnes llonidon lately, when playing a week of night stands between New York and Chicago, stopped a and said to a number of men who were munchiirg ieanuts, ''When you gentlemen get through your lunch tho play will go on." When Wilson Barrett first became a theatrical manager in Leeds he made friends with the clergy and secured their good will by pledging himself toobsero certain conditions. Ho has just received n handsome vase from tho present bishop of Truro, "in remembrance of ten years' mutual work in Leeds and of a promiso nobly kept." Miss ODDS AND ENDS. 1HJ1H.'. I Nomination Mt'iiim Kloctlnu. Just at present the indications aro that tho great contest in tho Chicago convention will to for second place. Thero aro symptoms of an unusual clamor for tho privilogo of riding Thero could to no totter sign that there is no oxiectntion of anybody being thrown. St. Louis Republic. Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. , ToiletArticles Glass, Books. My stock of F. B. RIL.ET, Proprietor, London, - - - Kentucky. have moved to my new Hotel and am better to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and every convenience me a call, Gie ptepartd than ever 77 d. to-hin- d. FRANK RILEY. WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWEI.RT POSTED. T'This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and others not to trespass on our lands without permission, as all suihwill be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Signed: C. J E. I1RUCE. 55 THOMAS C. HALL. STEELE HAILEY. A. M. I' ELAND. H. V. GAINES. JAMES GIVhN'S. I. S. PHILLIPS. ANTON RENACKER. CLARK REYNOLDS. M. LAtKOWITZ. T D NEWLAND. W.W. HAVS. r A singlo gold brick was recently shipped to San Francisco from Yuma, tho valuo of which was estimated at from $90,000 to .IK),000. Thero is a whirlpool in tho Santa Fo river, three miles northwest of High Springs, Flu., into which 1,000 feet of lino has been lowered without finding bottom. New York is tho leading Irish city in tho world in point of population. Dublin contains 2." 1,000 human 60iils and Now York claims to havo U00.O0O Irish citizens. A now series of postago stamps has tocn issued by tho republic of San Salvador. All stamps previous to 1802 have been called in, and only tho now stamps will bo accepted in payment of postago hereafter. Englishmen aro increasing nearly sovon times as fast as Fronchmen. At tho beginning of tho century Franco had a population of 27,000,000 and England 10,000,000. Now tho numbers of each aro almost tho same, or about 83,000,000. Thero aro over 1,000 islands under the ling of Japan, and in Georgian bay, tile tho north oxteusion of Lake Huron i whore we flnd vcryfow islands on the unap, there aro in reality soveral islands, most of them of course 'quite small. thou-isund Tho Prince ami Princess of Wales aro known as the Earl and Countess of Ches- -' tor when they travel on tho Continent. It was as tho Earl of Chester that the prince mado his celebrated American tour. Tho conferences for women held at tho Collegio Romano in connection with tho classes for tho higher education of women at thegirls' collego at tho Paloinbollu are attended with great regularity by Queen Murgherita. Prince Henrj of Prussia has been selected to command tho new German armored cruiser Beowulf, which is intended to strengthen tho German ileet in tho North sea. Tho princo has tho rank of jiost captain and is tho commander of tho first marine division in Kiel. A bureau of press clippings in London has received tho roya "comuinnd" to furnish twenty distinct sets of newspaper cuttings from every periodical in tho world, so far as obtainablo, referring to tho death of Prince Albert Victor. Tlio sets nro to bo pasted each in a separato album. CALIFORNIA j Phvtt poino Ikiir'S for Now York, ns ho the White Houso porch, hut ho never gave him it Inmo thiit lie did not nceoinjmny tho net of benevolence wth a kick. Even dogs resent that sort of treatment. New York Advertiser. Htootl on A SllKbt niiTiTvnco Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas Will l'liitt hollow Suit? iven Mr. Dalton in charge. Iliirrtaoii has A. R. PENNY. President uf Sl.OOO.OOO. Tho sUiteincnt that it will tako $2,000,-00- 0 inhte.id of $1,000,000 to completo tho Porter census U a very modest ono. A great many ieoplo beliovo that no s amount of money would mako that complete. New York World. cen-sn- One of the largestfand most complete stocks of Men's Boys' jand Children's JUST RECEIVED, Ever broughtto the East End of the county. Also a large and well Highest cash market price ,'paid and Eastern assorted stock of Custom-Mad- e for CLOTHING. U. C. LYON CASH &c, at ft I 1 i' t Thut Would ftivn ll-- Hysterics. Thero is a voting lady in Muino who has never laughed, and who is tinmoved by tho most couiicl productions. Why don't they try her with a Republican platform? Louisville Courier-Journar l. Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, For both ladies and gentlemen. Call and examine our stock before purchasing your Spring Goods. , HORSE RECORDS. Ami MtUtliew Llkua Turkey. It will be observed that tho president ia still serving choico slices of turkey to Mr. Quay, of Pennsylvania, and that tho other follows nro getting only tho buzzard. Boston Humid. Oh, Noj of Coursu NoU W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. M. F. 35 ELKIN & CO., STANFORD. KY. ? iyr Yearling trotting record Frou Frou. Time, aflfli4'. trotting record Ariou. Timo, 2:10. trotting record Suuol. Time, 2:10J. trotting record Sunol. Time, :2;10V. trotting record Sunol. ' Time, World's trotting record Sunol. Time, Two-year-old j ' Why this sudden activity of Attorney General Miller against tho trusts? Of courso it is not related in any way to tho election noxt November. h. ' I Three-year-ol- d St. Louis Post-Dispatc- - i' IS THE BEST 1 liOHa mmmm y, IL " V TitT Four-year-ol- d More Vnlmtblo J'oiinil Tliiiu JmhU , Five-year-o- ld ' 2:0Si4. Tho most vnluablo document that has been lost recently was Mr. Harrison's withdrawal from tho presidential race. New York Commercial Advertiser. ' MM I N IfU i" J& . f&Mmz:MfMMms 1 7,S ,iwrm J TTV ill iMi - I UIV ...r I - (jit immMMmwm ' 1wsmmmsiL 5T.- -; "Jt 2:00. World's stnllion record Palo Alto. (Judy's Murtjrtlom I.IUo ltruii's l'utrlotlmn Time, 2:03V Tho great troublo with tho Quay brand Fausta. of martjTtlom pacing record Yearling that it is non porsoua Time, 2:22;V graia 10 ino leatnng nepuuiicnu euiiors. World's pacing, record Direct. Time, Washington Post. i , The Best j is the Cheapest World's pacing record for stallions Equlvalunt to au Announcement, Direct. Timo, 2:00. hignlls says ho doesn't want an offico. World's trotting record for yearling Docs this mean that ho is really a candistallions AthAdon. Time. 2:20A date? Exchange. l more space than any Paint mixLION PAINT will cover one-hal- f Accept no substiis guaranteed to give satisfaction. ed by hand and Good Agents wanted. Manufactured by tute. ' LION PAINT & COLOR WORKS, LEXINGTON, KY., A.-R- . Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. msm rt'"v bj HainK removed my Barber SnoD to the Com mcrcial Hotel, 1 am Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, waited on. Call la anything they may wish in my line. n me. Cbil-als- o JESSE THOMPSON, In Commercial Hotel, I-.- ".. - v. ', u- - h J,Ji.f - ' E3ET1 2 Semi-Week- ly jj-Wh- cn W. T. Smith eold to V. W. Ilnya his buggy mare for $123. Published Every Tuesday and Friday' It. E. Thompson boiiRht of William AT Morelantl 50 stock bona at 3lc. W. II. Trnylor bought of D. B. Stagg not aopaid $2.50 will be charged.TTn 74 hogs at 3jc. Thoy averaged 178 lbs. The wheat prospects in Southwestern Kentucky are said to be very fine. K. L. LOCAL TIME CARD. John Briscoe bought of Johnson, of Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning shippers at Boyle, a bunch of Interior Journal FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. S" J. L. Cogar, of .,11 1) pm Mill tram going North.... ...,134pm George Duulnp 1,200 bushels of wheat at " " South., Express train " South ...i 13 am 80c. ' ,...a3S4m North ,.6 59 m Local Freight North W. H. Prewitt bought of East End South ....3 tap ra passengers parties 22 head of butcher cattle at 2 The latter trams alto curry The above it calculated ou standard time. Solar to 2.So. time is about ao minutes faster of BourQUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. L& N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 2Je. .Midway, bought of James Denny sold to Clark, bon county, a combined for $2-10- mare a lollows: South Hound: No. 3 at 17:38 a. m. j No a. 13:40 p. in.; No. i, 3.0; p. in ; No. 3, local, arrives at 133: p. m. North Bound- No S leaves at 3M0 a. m ; No. 4 local j:aoa. m; No 6, t :o; p. ui ; and No. a at - Trains pas Junction City . Dealers are paying 22 cents for best wool and the trade is brisk. Lexington h, u '; Gazette. 3:6p- mWilliam Moreland bought of II. of Casey, a bull weighing l.tfoO at 2Jc. pounds, V. 0. Brock bought 3,000 lambs in Clark county for May and June delivery at an average of 5Jc. blood, in P. V. Green bought of Dr. C. A. ulcers, catarrhs and Cox a harness eeldlng for $100 and one of R. S. Lytle for same money. William .Moreland sold in Cincinnauso of stock hogs at 4.35, and to ti a Hunn & Blain, of the West End, 100 of same at 3. The rich Melbourne Stud Stake, at The Lexington, was won by Ed Corrigan's economical, Joe Murphy in 1:031-- , five furlongs. It speedy, and was worth $0,550 to the winner. effective of all Mclutyre fc McClintock sold to Barblood-purifier- s. ton Soper 19 yearling cattte at $20.10, and to J. B. Clay & CO. 21 head of 2- cattle at 25 and 19 calves at year-olwill cure you. $15. Paris Keutuckian. The Cincinnati cattle market shows no improvement; choice shippers are A. S. s? quoted at 4 to 4.35; extra hogs bring 4.70, SURGEON DENTIST. . but they are not in demand; sheep 4 to Office on Main street, over W. B. McRoberts G; lambs plentiful at 5 to Jc. Drug Store, Stanford. The Ashland Oaks was won at LexD, S. ington Tuesday by Unadilla, whose R. C. MORGAN, D. running qualities are owned in LouisDENTIST. ville. Odds were 15 to 1 against her. Is moving to the Higgint otfice, Lancaster street. Time 1:43; distance, one mile. Nitrous Oxide Gas givan for pair.lect ectracting. Hardy & McClure, of Pineville, purSTANFORD. KENTUCKY. chased of Eubanks Bros. 14 M. CRAIG, hogs at 3.S5 and of George P. Bright 5 at DR. 3J. They also bought of John Raney a Homeopathic Physician, few head of butcher cattle at 2 02. . KENTUCKY. Commissioner Nicholas McDowell STANFORD, reports that but few of the apples are Office Hours: 10 to ta a. m.; t to 3 p. m.; 8 to ffvm killed and from present indications there Office on Lancaster street.oppotite will be an abundant crop. He thinks there will also be a fair peach crop. At the Shorthorn pales in Chicago last week 171 animals sold for $2S,827, I can supply the families of Stanford and vicinThe 125 females ity with home made Ice at 61 cts. per 100 pounds: an average of S16S.50. less than that amount at one cent per pound, and cents per 100 pounds or iJJ sold for $20,272, an average of $162.17; manufactured Ice at 75 cents for smaller quantities. Ice delivered eery 4G bulls eold for $S,555, an average of to the John special FOR SCROFULA scrofulous humor the consumption, car-loa- d Ayer's Sarsaparilla most safe, Has Cured Others 3w PRICE, d 175-poun- JOHN court-hous- e 39-i- ICE AND BEER. L I - Tk i' U, Presentprices for sheep and lambs do not show much difference from those ruling at this time last year. Sheep are WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. a little higher than then, while lambs The ladies of the Christian cliunli Of all kinds, are a trifle lower. One year ago will give an ice cream supper at the Made and Sat Up in All Parts of nearly 1,000 Iambs, yearlinge, sold at $7. Friday evening. Chicago Breeders' Gazette. the Country. The Christian church at this place No Agents employed. has employed Elder S. G. Sutton to reLIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. SON, W. ADAMS & Lexington, Ky. main in charge of the church for the Caroline Brown, an aced and res- remainder of tho year. No.a Hraadway, pected colored woman, died unexpectedThe following voung gentlemen ly nt Mrs. Dollie Napier's at 10 o'clock composed a fishing party that went to last Saturday morning. She did not take Sutton's Mill Tuesday: Win. Perkin, J. HUSTON VIL.L.E, KY., her bed till late Friday evening. Dr. B. Bawner, E. M. Hugnely, Ed Sutton McRoberts pronounced her ailment to and Dick Iawson. The boys reported Dealer in Groceries, Hardware, be heart diFease. lots of fun, but few fish. Glassware, Cutlery, table and Queensware. Misses Dollie Whipp, Belle Port-maLewis, .Docket. HarnetsandCoutcctionenes A party compoed of Misst-Amanda Stone, Lucy Bowman, handles Molinc Plow., Chilled and Steel Cul- Also Cunningham and Tutt, and Messrs. Cuntivators, Douhle Shovels, Corn Planter, Buckeye Lizzie Philips and Dollie Cowden, all Mowers and Hinders. Give him a trial ningham ami McKeen, chaperoned by chaneroned bv Mrs. Belle Stone, went Mr. and Mrs. J. 1 McCracken, weut to to Hustonvillo Wednesday. The object SALE. LAND Cumberland Fails Wednesday and of most of the young ladies and misses to remain till Saturday. Acres at Splendid Land, situated M was to make a raid on the spring bou-- ! Capt. R. N. A roher in heiv looking miles from Stanford, on Shelby City turnpike, of our neighboring town. Your coradJoiLiuMrs. E. 11. Jones. Apply jtu me at nets after the interests of the Kentucky Lumrespondent, ho.vever, is assured by the HUGH ItEtD. ber Co. Dr. II. V. Pennington, of Lon101 Stantord, Ky. chaporone of the party that Miss Belle don, and Tuesday here P., availing herself of letp year privile- - with his brothers. Mrs. J. T. FreVman ges, goes to view the tovvu as a possible and daughter, .Miss Nellie, returned last From the following standard varieties: White future home, a she has an eye on a (Mitchells strain) ; White Plymoth Rucks Friday from au extended visit iu the Cochins handsome Liucoln bachelor, now sta- West. (Hawkins strain; White Leghorns Mesirs. E. J. Smith and Frank yarded: eggs warrant-- 1 strain). Fowls sepirntely tioned here, while Miss Dollie W. claims Alvy. of Jellico, spent Sunday with n. edpure. Price $1 per tettinn of 13. t3:SVV. M.SHUGARS. Lancaster, Ky that her object was to see her "fuller." Miss Cuutiinvhaiu is visiting Mrs. M. E Jailer Jesse Brown arrested Sher-Pric- e, McCracken. j BAVGIX3IAN, of this vicinity, last Sunday oven-inu- , Considerable excitement prevails at on a bench warrant on two indict- Corbin FIRE AND STORM on account of Mrs. CheetnuUunl ments from the Pulaski circuit court for Mis. Trosper going into tho blind tigers forgery of two checks ou F. V. Combest. bursting open tho whisky bar.Representing The prisoner w.ts lodged in jail anil .tuerennd rels and beer boxes Monday. The ladies would have been taken Monday tq.Som-erseforce than was necessary Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., "Em." Price, used no more his Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. pleadedbut Jailerbrother, to hold on till to accomplish their design and say they for Brown Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, for anything they he could procure bail. The jailer, being nre ready to be tried America, " j Ins. Co. of North have done unlawful. Wtiilo their acof a charitable nature, consented. In may not be exactly lawful, the gooil Companies. I would All of which are tho meantime, Jess had information from tion . ... he r eased to wait on my menu. people of the county are ready to supagainst torna- James B. Wheeler, in jail for sellin cics promptly issued. Will insure clausand say that does, wind storms and lUhtnlng. Lightning whisky, that the bail was iutended to bo port them iu what they did, es attached without additional charge ' before a man can ask the protection of Office at First National Hank Stanford. n saw and other necessary tools, to be conveyed to the prisoner at l'J o'clock at our laws ho must become a himself and thou his property flight. Jess was on hand at the time citizen "TTOTJ shall be protected. These parties have appointed and found Em. Price at the been selling liquor at Corbiu and as it is ..That., jail, but no implements iu sight. Ho, on tho county line, the 'officers have a with his brother, entered tho jail and D. hard timo getting hold of them. There fastened the prisoner in a cell. If tho has been more trouble there than in all Keeps the nicest, the best and largest variety of jailer had been behind time there is a the rest of the county in the last six probability that your reporter could months, Fancy Goods, Fruits, Candies Nuts, Cigars havo truthfully reported an escapo from Judge J. F. Sny'er died jail. at his home hear WilliamsburgTuesJay, And Tobacco In the city 1 A little Moore than Czar, but less May 3, at 12 o'clock ji. Judge Snyder hud been very feeble for several months than Reid. Newport Journal. Miss Mary Spencer Smith has a Maro-cb- and gradually grew worse, until death keeps the cheapest stock o That he also Niol rose that presouts more of a relieved him of his pain. He was born business appearance than anything of January 12, 1835, and started out iu life the kind that has of late como under our as a farmer; was elected county judge all kinds v ..,h1 &c. and that he exchaugei I'eUtoe.. observation. Last year it bore 400 ro3es, about 20 years ago; read law during the K66., . for" and so tar this season 400 more havo timo and has since that time devoted part etc., fo? which he py the been plucked. Think of one rose vino of liis time to the practice, but never Market producing S25 worth of roees before tho gave up hia favorite vocation, farming. delivered aaywhere in the city and. bis Richmond Climax. Ho becamo a member of tho Baptist J 1st of May. Rowland. to . tre-mmorning. I call atientiou Urewing C. 's Celebrated I. X. L. lleer, for which I aiu agent. Will furnish in eithe' keg or bottle. Write for prices. K. BREMER, Stanford, ky. i3tf er $10S. Painters are at work on the church. Stanford gets the first car of lime from new kiln. Messrs. G. W. McClure and Joshua Boreing attended the Lebanon meeting last week. A number of bui. dings will be erected on Spring street during tlie emu mer and fall. Wo notice in the directory of the Altamout and Manchester Railroad Company the name of E. Woodall, the popular agent and operator nt Altamout. Mt. Veruon has no street cars, elecs, or oveu prospects tric or s of any, but she has as fine a lot of (terrapins) as over chased aground-hofrom hit. lair. Your Liberty scribe after, catching so many squirrels, should turn his attention to the Rockcastle style of ground hog hunting with terrapins, as mention ed in onr letter of last Fridav. We are under obligations to Meters. John Welch and J. M. Williams for courtesies extended the writer while in Louisville Monday last. M. C. Miller, Jr., is working at the depot here while the agent is taking a rest. Mr. Chatles Vanarsdall, of Parksville, for some time night operator at this place, has accepted the agency nt Woodbine. Mrs. Belle Burnside paid Lancaster a visit Wednesday. Mrs. Sarah Welsh is visiting in Middlesboro and will remain there dnr ingthe summer. Mr, Abe Adams ami Miss S. Livesay were married last Thursday week. Mr. Hugginp, the printer, has rented tho Vowels residence. We understand our friend, D. C. Poynter, while in Stanford, a few days since, denied the authenticity of our re- hunt in which port of the ground-hohe took a prominent part a few days since. We suppose Dave thought the, banks would refuse to loan him money if they understood he had an epicurean and greens. After taste for ground-hofrom Stanford ho bought of his return ' Locan Thompson his fine brpd tar'pin, "Old Lige" and is now training with it his young blue shell, "Tom," and will shortly have a "team" which he will put in the "run" against any racers of the same breed in the mauntains. The Union Electric Co. was organ- ized in Louisville last Monday with the D. 2s Williams, following directors: Jauia Maret, J. M. Williams, John Welch and J. M. Biggs. Mr. Welch was elected president and Mr. Biggs secretary anil treasurer. The company will doa general manufacturing business in the line of electrical and other instrn-- , ments and besides dealing in electrical supplies will buy, develop nnd sell valuable patents. A factory will be established and business begun by June 1st. The patents that havo been issued to Mr. Maret will be taken by the cotupa- ny and placed upon the market in the form of manufactured articles. Mt.-Verno- church about two years ago and has since that timo lived au exemplary christian life. He leives a wife nnd nine children to mourn his lo?s. His funeral services were conducted by Uev. Tye at u tW Baptist church Wednesday at 2 o'clock, and from thence the remains were tnken to tho new ceuiO' terv and buried after-noo- DB. J. A. AMOIT. Oflicn opposite Coffey Houw, ' II. T. NOEL Candidate fcr Circuit Judge In tho 13th District, subject to the action of the democratic party. Is a . 11 v Stanford, 19 - - Kentucky. I (m JOHN HUGHES ICE I ICE I 1 u-t- Is Candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney In this the 13th Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democracy will morning At Paoli, Ind., n maro gave birth to Knland delnir Ice every pound or in Stanford nnd at one cent per sixty cents per Is a Candidate for Comrronwcnlth's Attorney, sub . a mule and horse colt at the same time. hundred. All accounts due last ofoarh Ject to the actionofthe Democratic parly, la any f A woman created a stir by rushing JAMES 1'. HUM!, .Stanford, Ky. Judicial District to which Lincoln county may be attigneil. through the Central depot in Cincinnati with a child nearly dead with small-pouti-kx. J. S. OWSLEY, JI, To Farmers. I am THE SHELTOK HOUSE. UOWLAND, KV. DR. W. B. PENUY. water-work- Agent for tho Celebrated : tar'-pin- Deering : Harvesting Company, This House has been refilled throughout; has Dentist. Office South tide Main street, in othce recently vacated by Dr. I. F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. g A LIVERY ATTACHED. county. Their Hinders aie unexcelled and their Reapers and Mowers stand the highest ol any in the market. Also keep all kinds of fitturi'son Transient custom solicited Office at Klrst hand see me before purchasing Soiy J.W CARKILR. l'rop National Hank ll-i- And offer their Machine to the people of Lincoln J H HAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. HOW HE GOT - EVEN. HOTEL AND SALOON m EJj' ' veseiiL. lie l'nlil for lli Vt- nt n llol'.liurn Uni;. Ilnthttili unil The comedian. Frank Daniels, was n Boston boy and recently played nn engagement in his native city. As his munager, Frank Murray, was starting for Boston nlxrtit n week prior to Daniels' opening there, ho asked tho comedian nt what hotel lie inteudod to htop during ! offer for sale ptivately mv frame Hotel nnd Saloon at Rowland, which are now renting at 6 per month. It is centrally located and a tine point ior butlncti, being at a ternntial point on a divisIt has good well, stable coal ion of the L. & N house and other necessary outbuilding.. Address MR MARY C. FKRRILL, bunford. t FORSALE. J. H. HLLTOIT, AT ROWLAND J j g j have lived in every hotel iu Bostou, Goods told for cash only tt gives me pleasuic I hnvo never yet tried tho to state lo the public In general that I am doing nicely under the Cash byitfn and that the people wish you would drop in thuro aie rapidly catching on tu the fact that Itlsilie Darker. and ask them to reserve a nice apart- better system, both for the buyer and seller. Thty also know that I sell for about a third ment for mo." On reaching LWon than my competiteti aoodtdo credit business, less who that I keep constantly on hand a splenMurray attended to thu matter and a few Dry Goods, Groceries, Cluth days later Daniels was duly installed did assortment of llxts and the like Call In and mg, Hoott, bhoHs, let? my stock, which Is replenished almost daily in luxurious ijuartora. "How do you J. II. Ill LION, Rowland, Ky. like your rooms?" askwl Murray tho next day. "They couldn't bo improved upon," .NOTICE TO THE... said Daniel. "I toll you tho Barker Uouso is the place: you can't bent it." That afternoon Daniels Btepid up to tho hotel desk for his key. The clerk I hase opened in connection with my Hotel, the inquired politely: "How are your quarI "I Kdieve I'll go to the Barker House," said Daniel.". "For years to pass Dealer in General Merchandise, Lumber and Shingles. that hotel many tiinws daily, but though I n-- ed 1 the week. MlJfcjfc.yywJfyattirjg y fi.1 jtari strange to fiiy S;-iy- r WILLIAM MORELAND. Dealer m the above Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep Persons having any of the above described tteck for sale or svishliij to purchase same, will do well to call on or addrett me An esocrlcnce of fifteen cart In this butiuess has been of profit 10 me and I think I can make tt profitable both Jo the buyer and teller l O address Sttnford. Ky. im Office at the Myers House. John 11 TRAVELING PUBLIC. Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs g i ' ters, Mr. Daniels? Everything MitipfVo hope." "Very nice," replied tory, Daniels: "as n Boatouiau I am proud to know that the Hub is fully nbrea.t of tho times in the matter of hotels, as well as in other respects. By the way. what 1 clerk-blandl- MYERS HOUSE, A First-Clas- s j j i j MONUMENTS - to-da- y court-hou- se ij-C- W. C. GHEEITIITG. n, s FOR ! ex-pe- el ! Sixty-fiv- BGS FOR HATCHING. spent-Monda- nro you charging for my apartment-- " And offer the services of it to the public Ilrarvl new vehicles and fresh blooded hjr.es male my "Ten dollars per tiny," replied tho compare with "Ten dollars jwr day!" ex- stable in tho Country. Tho claimed Daniel. "Isn't that pretty Gis me a call. steep?" "Not at nil," answered the W. clerk; "ju.st look hov those room-- i are AL. HUKNS, Manager UKKLN, Proprietor. furnished. Thore's nothing finer in the Vanderbilt mansions. Why, that bathtub is olid porcelain and cost U0; the Bokhara rug Lviddo your bed cost $225. nnd the entire furnishings nre on a similar scale. Wo couldn't have sient more STANFORD, KY , money on tho rooms if we hod tried." MANAGERS, "Well, I'm glad you didn't try," remarked Daniels as ho departed with his Commerce Building, Louisville. key. Tho next morning Frank Murray, Tint Hotel, renovated ami refurnished, Is now Agents throughout the South having Borne business with his stnr, in- in my charge and intend to conduct it ao as to not only mstntain its huh reputation, but lo add quired for him nt tho desk, and wad in- to lis long lilt ot friends. Special accommodaformed that Daniels was still In his tions for commercial travelers and lino rooms for W. A. TRIBBLE, Local AffonV the dltptoy ofiamptts. rooms. STANFORD KV. He got tho number mid went up unA announced. Rapping on tho door, ho received no answer; ho rapped ngain, And IIILLIAKD and I'OOI. HOOMS attached. JOSEPH COr'KBY bat still no reply. Turning tho knob, NATIONAL BANK ho found the door unlocked and walked "LOCUST GROVE" OF STANFORD, KV in, expecting to find Daniels still iu lxd. To his surprise the rooms wore apparently deserted. Ho was nbont to retire FOR SALE Capital Stock-Surpluwhen. hnpiH'uiug to glance into tho bathroom, to his ustouishment ho saw The finest Farm and richest soil in Lincoln co , 18,500 ol 4jo the coniedinn sound asleep in the porce- comprltiag two acres ot Stamotd, the Land, situacounty seat miles ted within lain bathtub, carefully covered with tho of Uncoln Fronted by the Shelby City tuir pike Attention of the public it invited to the fac turnStanford and to Bokhara rug. His explanation of sur- and accctuble onethe the hen Stoclc Danville In the- that this it the only National Hank in Stanford Farms This it of Under the provistens of the National Hank Act prise awoke Daniels, who wit up and region and is In a high state of cultl depositors are secured not only by th capital Alwndar.ce of water lor all purpoe stock, liability lor ao bv the tiockheldcrs gazed sleepily at the intruder. "Great vation ff glowing of amountbut rule and it suitable fur equal to Scott! Frank," shouted Murray, "what Soil It tobacco, com mid wheat 1the land is tt thlt Inttitulion to the stock, by athat depotitort of he are tccured fund of $400,000. iu thunder are you doing in tiint bath- located to that it can be ditidrd and two fine Five sworn tuteraentt of theennduton of the bank Farms made Tho improvements are a large ami are made year the United States governtub? What's the matter with tho bod?" commpdhxit dwelling, a conveni.ht stock barn. ment and eachassets toarc esaminedat stated times Its best of frail of all Illicit, tic For Infer- - by government agents, thus securing aJdilitona "Well," replied the comedian, "thoy nro Ac. the r. II. IUNKS, bo.nior.1 ind perfect safety to depositors. chnrging me ten dollars n day for this tnatlM, apply to D JONES, J. V R1LF.V, This institutina, originally established as the Pineville. U tin Deposit Hank of Stanford in lis, then lrcelaiii hathtnb and Bokhara rug, nnd ued as the National Hank of Stanford in 1S65 and this is the only way 1 know to got even." as the l'irtt Natiwtal Hank of tgain Chicago Post. Stanlnrd in i!M, has had practically an uninterrupted existenceof 11 years It it U tier tupplicd BUSH, dew with teeititict for transacting business prompt Wanted to ICniitr. iy and liberally than ever before in Its long and Thero is a now house Iniing finished REAL Account corporations, fiduAGENT aenorable career. individuals f respectfully toileciaries, firms and on Sibley street, and the owner was so ted Ky. much annoyed by people asking him if The Directory of this flank is competed 01 it was for rent Unit ho had iihigu printed have .j'Utc a number of FARMS Ur sale ol ilie r.J. Foster, of Stanford; and hung in tho window. It boio thi-- very best Forestus Reid, Lined a ceuaty ; l.jTltm Lincoln cunty. Tnete Farms are all well unproved and good unusual annonneeniont: J. W. Haydcn, Stanford, from o to rich lands, running in sue Aires. Livery Stable, Cattleman A. G. Lanhara Best ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. ! Insurance Company, THE 60FFEY HOUSE JOSEPH COFFEY.JPro'r. 1 BARBEE&OASTLEMAN First-Class!Sa!o- on 37-- tf FIRST STOCK FAUM llluc-Grats Hue-Gra- ss s .8200,000 hen-p- , 4 -- II. T. ESTATE Stanford, 1 t 11 10-a- J. II. INSURANCE AGENT. t, i fiwt-clas- s j 111 law-abidi- ng DON'T K1TOW JESSE WEAKEN Ex-Cou- CON'T -- FOHG0ET al Staple Groceries, And Provisions, Hishest Prices. V i- -u Constdtrtnz theis locality, their richnet ami fertility of suit, the com ciiieuce of turnpikes and rail: roads that bring markets right to our door, they : a re cheaper than tho LaRd of any other county ih the State There is scarcely a I'jrm in the osun Tiion people stopped mid rond tho card. tv ot cr miles from a depot. 1 he running but did not annoy tho workman or tho inevvrycounty is checked with turnpikes rom! eu There it not a public direction owner by perambulating tho houso, ask- teriiii; the county seat tlut is not Macadaiinml N. It have the Knoxvilto llratich orthe L. ing questions and suggesting improve- We dividing the county from East to H'wt Arand the R. ments. C. S. It R from North to vuh; the K C. R. R Ironi this place That night when tho ownor of the at Winchester, to Cincinnati, crossing the C. & O to the markets of giving full new house had gone homo to his .upper the whole world, llctidet,acnti have Hint) large we Klsur Mills in the county that give us a market two women called on him. for all our grain right at home,' and the dctvlop "Wo tiro house hunting." mtntof the mountain rcgious ol Eastern and Kentucky bv lailroadt and the out"1 haven't nny house." said tho man let South by railroads has created tuch n demand crossly. for all kiiidt of cereals and urtmtidcr that wecan scarcely retain enough lor homeconsumption. "Wo saw your new houso nnd" kind, The people aru prosperous, "Did you read tho card in tho win- believing in Christianity and generous and There education. dow?" Is not a neighborhood in the county but has a gcod church and school-hous"Yes, that's what wo camo nbout" prosof Stanford, "Goodness, woman, doesn't that card perous little the county seat3,500 Lincoln, is a and it inhab.tanta city of about doorway I rom the North and Northdistinctly say that tho houso is not for tho great east South and from the Northuett to Southeast. rent?" and standing as it does ganlig right into the bos- "But why isn't it for rent? Wo camo oin ol the undcM-lopemountains 01 soutneastern Kentucky backed up by the whole lllun Grait on purposo to ask you that very ques- region ol the State with railroadt running through tion." it to all rtflintt of the compass, makes it naturally one of the best looted towns In the South for "Because," thundered tho owner, "1 mannfacturesand other enterprises of magnitude. am going to livo in it myself," Water Works aie now being azitatcd and right of a mile the Then ho showed them out nnd barri- about could town about! be erected water Works with very there caded himself in. Detroit Freo Press. little cost that would supply a city of 130,000 inhabitants with the purest and best water in the world. Our littlo city htt been newly rebuilt in Tim Kiiiomontan Teat. its business houses aril resthe last few "I shull not open tho door, Harvnrd-son,- " idences will yearsand with larger cities nf greater compare pretensions. Our merchants and tradesmen are said the Boston wifo nt 2 o'clock and doing well. We have two a. in., "until I havo satisfactory evidenco all prosperouscapital stoclc ol $400,000 that aie banks with a prosperous aud in a good rouditlon. that you havo not been siwuding the We have splendid schools. We have a Female evening in riotous conviviality." College, a large brick building, with pver 100 pu "Your precaution, my dear," replied film tn attendance and under the prtncipaUhip ol M. Hubbard, it in a tlourithing tho Boston husband, who stood shiver- tion. JWe alto have a. Seminary that is acondigood ing on tho outside, "is natural but un- school, with Prof H F. lllakemanat its head. We have one of the oest Public School buildings ic necessary. 1 have been in attendance thjs section of the State, with over too puptls in at nn unusually interesting session of attendance, and with other good private schools, you sec our school facilities are excellent. tho Zoroaster club." We have elegant church bullmngt, representing With clear, distinct enunciation he every denomination, with a full Arps 01 ministers class talent ind are doing then repeated rapidly this passago from of fiasanv cla" of men in the city.a belter bustoesu essay on Plato, "Seashore, thanhave tried to make this statement aa facts, Emerson's I coloring, as sen seen from tho shore, shore seen from without anv exaggeration or nnd those who those wish who know will bear rr e out, sea." tho to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate good people with all tho best surroundAnd tho door was throjvn open at amongla do well to call and see me before pur ings would once. ChicfRO Tribune-- . haling olscwhert : : : 500 iiot'si: this .not is : for rent. II. Haughmaa, Lincoln. Miller, Mt. Vertwn: S. T. Harris I.lncelfi; J..S. Mocker Stanford; C, A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. O. Welch, Stanford; W.r. Tate, Stanford OFFICERS: J Hacker, Pretident; John J. McRoberts, Cathicr; A. A Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier. S M.J. South-easter- n FarmersBanM Trust Co. OF STANFORD, KV., Is now fully organixed and ready for business with e. Paid up Capital of - Surplus, . - $200,000. 19,000. three-fourt- hs SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same assets and under the same management. Ky provisions of Its chaitcr, depositors are at Iu,'-- , protected as aie depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held Individually liable to the extent of the amount of their ttock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the tmount invested in such shares. It may actas executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as so individual. To those who entrusted their bulsinett to us while mnaglug the Lincotn National Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and truit they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years experience lo banking and as liberal accommodations as arc continent with sound banking. J.J. uikxcvoks: -- Williams, Mt. Vernon , J. M. Hall, Stanford; J, S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanford;) J, K. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeville; J, K.Ilaughtnsn, lluttonville; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Goocb.'.Stanlord, Ky. .11. Shanks, President. J. U. Owsley, Cash! W. M. Bright, Teller. jVj V oj-i- yr i&aaflj : y .0