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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892051301 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. -- s.gm- r Semi-WeeklVOL. XX. DANVILLE. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. MAY 43. 1892. NO. 22 LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. V nocted with the Kentucky Homestead, was in town Wednesday. K!1..r lCcmlrick. of the Christian lAuiti'U. will beuin a series of meeting hero next Sunday morning. -- Mrs. Daniel, of Gainesville, Ga.. for- nnrlv MIhm Ijivinia .McFerran, of Dan- . .. """"'- Vllle, is visiting her Bister, .Mrs. ur. j. u. . The Mystifying Caso or Rev. Ncal, &c. -- Col. W. U. Thomns, editorlly con- ''ftV no - Bogle. tins will at u regular meeting on the place, 10th Inst., vote on a proposition to increase for the benefit of the Masonic Widows ami Orphans' Horn the annual assessment of each alllllated Mason from 50 cents to $1. only Miua Nannie- L. Vanderipe, daughter of John J. Vauderipo, and Mr James Collins, all of l'erryville, were married Wednesday evening at the residence of the bride's parents. Hew Mr. Kklar of the Methodist church performed tho ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. McGoodwin have returned from their bridal tour and are making their homo at Dr. J. M. Meyer's. Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Hue have nlso returned nnd are with Mr. nr.il Mrs. W. M. Hue. Mr. It. W. Knstlanil, late of Loiran Jt Kastland, Danville drtmgist, is now traveling for tho M. 11. Kaullman Medical Publishing Company of Chica -F- ranklln Masonic Louise, 01 ''J ho fr0" another woman. The next 1'rouvlit her back to their homo i)0yocounly nnda8 he Ie(l la,r cry. j,, n, ne 8farUi j,,, l0 continue his Oornishvillo meeting ho slid. "Matlie, you act as though you never expected to ..... (,, 1.1m. Ht, biih ,ii.l nm . . , .!,, si. ,... f.,r ,.,,, ,. disappeared from Cornish vllle; nobodv knew what had become of him. Hi's fnr wif.' i,r,,i ofwnliin -- " .- ..v.i.., ,.,,,1 u.inkiuK him .lead, married Henry llamuer. A little over inn., years horn u,0 time of Seal's disappearance Mrs. llamuer was one morning seated in the house of her mother, with whom she was Jiving, Ilamner having gotten in trouble and left the country. Her moth-er was out on the porch when u well- -' dres.-egentlemanly-appeari- ng man drove up in a bug.y and stopping at the HT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. .., Next Sunday will ho "bonnet ehow day" at the For church. The graduating class of Garrard this year consists of Misses Ollie Marin, IJessio Davis, Jennie Perkins and Ilebsio White. ,n bo 8ivon nl A, 8um.,er w Col-leg- o echool-houiw&itun- lav Lee Coffey killed a mad dog near Langford a few days since. A number of rabid canines have been seen in this county and several killed during the last YOU SHOULD .Our stock of. - SEE mouth. Steel laying has been begun at the foot of Crooked Hill, in Laurel county. It is understood ..that tire, . railroad com-- 1 , . . . i ,i im"i wul TViai l"e rdCK ,rom urouuea.i .. .11 . - .1. neavy steei oi u to AiiHiuoiu wiiu mis pounds to the yard. Mr. Price, wno has charge of the ballast quarry for the railroad couipnuy j near this place, has arrived with his out-t- it end will soon luve tho crusher in opBallnMt will he turned out by eration steam instead of by hand, as heretofore. Mrs. Anna Miller and ton are here from Ziiaesville to see relatives. Mrs Jas. Maret, who has been very ill for two weeks, is improving. Judge E. E. Evans and G. W. Ball, of Zanesville, are here prospecting. David Hurt, of Brodhead, i.i-.- .,. n"om,, ue "raw Mr , "r the Uenollt ,...., . Mr; "' lwromzeiJ. ""'"I'l'rey Hallou has " ri '" c0'"' '"-- of the Siiii.lnv.nMir.nl ' it J ,, , . . with- - niKht.lA8 thlsia "n'8 ... Gents' Furnishing- Goods. .We have. i- .l-t- -n i ,rom panics. the vbusinees 1 d, richly deserves. are noiumg a luo. convention and ask the Legislature to ' "' In' lroW a,lnL'3 lioneat. straightforward "ueman, we nope ue win receive me EVERYTHING IN SHIRTS, In plain, plaited, puff and neglige. t.4t mistake tain hood and bit everything in its path, inK. Tercy Is on a vMt to rel are making oHiiuot bo corrected." Mrs. cluding a little daughter of Wm. Pease, All new and the latest styles. Remember that Thomas Emmerson's atives in iniian3, lra laylor.of Uincin Ilamner, hearing this, came out, aud who frozo to death in March, Sons' Shoes are the best. nati, was here this week. Misi El'en the man nrriiHt.d tliu HlnuiL'nr of lu'lnir the man "fi,e' hn8 "turned from a visit to Dan and a horse belonging to the family. The who had married her. "Xo, madam, I owned by mad v,,,eM" 1attio wzley, of George- - girl wns taken to a Lick, stone when np- am not," he said; "I never saw either of Dr. Perkins at Bee nnd ai nome wns weeK. mth. plied to the wound vou before." Ho theu went on to state ' lWH wn"Ke, the stone adhered to , was in Mt. Vomun, Mo., Sallio Chairs and daughter, Miss Lillie, it for some time ami it was thought by go. that his home John Koblnson's show is here and Is that he was the pastor of the Christian of Cetlar Kevs, Florida, are visiting the believers in the virtues of the mad htone I)r- - w- - v- 1Jual- d W. 0. to exhibit this, Thursday, afternoon. church at that place, that ho had mar- - flUnil' of that no bad effects would follow. A few ,nP 1,H9 "cceptwl a position as assistant Messrs. Fitztheru nud wa llvlnir liannllv. when 1 Tho Intkmou Joun.tAL met I "Wfc Jfc days since the fimily horse went ma 1 , V r under Mr. George Potts, in gerald and Ixilo, business managers, and a church .marrol arose, during which he and had to ue shot. The girl's hot ami found them to bo courteous and polite had been charged with having a wife iu Cincinnati. Miss Annie Bruce, of Dan- leg that were bitten are now in a swol"1 came heie," ho said, ville, has returned home, after a visit to len condition and it is feared that hydro- - ' gentlemen. They expressed themselves Kentucky. Miss Nautne hweeney. Mies Kmuia us being much annoyed at the insinua- "and nave hunted you up, trusting that phobia will ensue. of Kirksville, is visiting Mi.s tions of the newspapers that they "Maud when you saw me you would at once be WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. In" with tho thieves and pickpockets, able to declare that I am uot who my Nannie Denton. Jim Henry aud RanHas a Complete Stock of who fometimt'H get In their work on Missouri enemies s.iy that I am. I am dolph Harris were in Crab Orchard SunOn last Monday night quite a pleas distressed because there seems to be a day. Capt. Herndou has returned from show days. They Biiid tho show ant social was given at Mr. L. Weisuer'a Mouticello. $W0 to the prosecution of the fatal resemblance between your husband : The probabilities aro that it will takt j T,,-- r wert uout - present and all re iitul invsnll." Hn Htuviiil in tint UHlL'ti- bank sneaks arrested at Ml. Sterling. i port a most enjojable time, Philadelphia lawyer to understand the Kev. J. W, Lynch, of the Uaptist borhood several days, inquiring of Mrs. Elder ts. G. Sutton leaves for an ex-- 1 for Albany, N. Ilamner, who had known "her Seal" in-- , election bill when it is passed by the church, left Wednesday tended visit in Virginia Saturday. He mature. It contains 50 or To large York, where he will preach next Sun- timatelyaudwhohad seen them mar-- , printed pages and educated gentlemen will visit his old home, Newport News, rjud. Ho wiejtherulastHiunmcrnuddeliv-ereday. He visited all the persons named, of leisure can probably bo able to master aud various other places while gone. an address before the Young Men's The ice cream supper, given by the preached Some of them claimed to recognize him, its Intricacies in time to cast their votes Christian Association and also ladies of the Christian church, last Friseveral sermons Since then the Albany others said that ho was not the man. in November intelligently. How it will day uiitht, proved a success beyoud the Baptists have otleied him a fine church But to each and all of thorn ho denied be with the colored voters, who cast expectations of all. The net proceeds y and a big calary and have renewed tho most earnestly that he was the Ken-- tleir votes solidly for the new constitu-tuck- amounted to SSo. DEALER IN- er tiou, a large majority of whom caii woman's hiifibaml. Some months offer several times. Although Mr. Lynch and after an indictment had been ther read nor write, and also an has said but little in regard to his intenwas here this week looking for a situa- - VV J"3lJL OC against him in Missouri for biga- - menso number of white voters, who are tions in the matter, his friends think Hon for his furniture factory that recent, he will not accept tho call, as his health my, ho returned to Kentucky, accompa-- ' u like predicament, remains to be ly burned at New comb. We would The Legislature should make nnd ho prefers for that tiled by his lawyer, Mr. kinnor, of Mt. een. is rather delicate AND PROMPTLY DONE. to complete its work, so that the gladly welcome him and Williamsburg Vernon, and took the denositious of sev- - hn-country life of Kentucky. reason tlu of would bo hard to beat for a business work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. oral witnesses, to bo used m evidence In people miy become familiar with the Tho Kentucky newspapers have his behalf. Among them were Mrs. ' lw under which they aro required to that kind. I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods G. A. Denham was in Louisville last again taken up the case of Hev. 11. M. Shackelford and her two daughter."., of act, and do what they do advisedly. Jfenl, who they say has just completed n Milledireville. widow aud daughters of Mr. Edison expresses confidence In week selling Whitley county bonds that t Kill f2Mta kI year s sentence in wiu .'imuuu i"i-tiai- y Elder Shackelford, who ha pcrfmned bN ability to establish telephone co ti- were issued to build the iiou bridges. Law son Hackaday and Sam for bigamy, and Is back among the the ceremony which united Martin nection with Mercury aud Mara and says Messrs. Madison county, aro spending a members of liN old congregation at Mt. Maun aud B M. Neai. The Missouri he can tlud out whether the inhabitants Prof Vernon, Mo., many of whom believe Xeal was present wheii these ladies tes- of those planets are civilized or savage. few days with Walker Mason. and persecuted man. A tified, aud each of them looking Gorman Jones spent last Saturdav in him an Innocent at him If it should turn uut upon investigation brief history of Neal, If there bo only swore most positively that he was not that the people of those planets are sav- Oliio. Wm. Perkins fpent last Sunday one. and of tho Neals, if two, Is as fol- the pomon they had seen married to age, the sooner we find it out the better, at Kockhold, his old home. .Miss of Middlesboro, who has been About l'J years ago there appear- Martha Mann The man Iiirs name has and Mr, Edisn should be encouraged lows place, returned in tlus county and that part of Lin- slipped away from the reporter) who if "eod be by an appropriation by d visiting her brother at this Boyle, a young man by ed home last Saturday. coln adjoining to assist hiiu iu carrying out his tho Kentucky Nul from child- - ' Last Monday was tegular police the name of B. M. Neal But little was hood, until he was able to shift for him- - laudable uuterpne; for if they should at any time oonciutie to maico a tiesceiu court dav. There were quite a number known of his earlier history and as he ..if ,ia ua, ,,r..u.... ' and for . , upon the earth it would bo well for us to 0f ca-to be tried and Juduo Tye was was a common farm labortr, quiet and Missouri Neat was not the person b l1),l'11)'1rt,,, Tht; ,Un;it8 0f 0Ur, ,),n,K'1 bu-- v all dav. The case of the Common. took the trouble to unobtrusive, no one raised aud known so long. .Mr. fcnu- - could he increased and our coast defenses Cantorla cures Colic, Constipation, Cattorla ts no well adapted to children that Sour Stomach, DlarrhoA. Eructation, inako inquiries concerning him. Among mate's depositum was not taken, but he strengthened. If, however, they should wealth vs. Silas Leforce was the I recommend ltnaBUperIortoonyrrescr'Ptlon and jiromotes dl Kills Worms, ghea other people ho worked for was Jaller'F. siw the Missouri Neal when here, and be found to bo civilized, and disposed poitant. He lias been appointod depuII. A. AnciitK, M. D., Lcown to me " pestion, , Without injurious medication. to be friendly ue might cultivate closer ty jailer on hU father's recommendation M. Shumate, then a renter of Mrs. Anna bus often told tho writer that ho Ill So. Oxford St., BrooUj-n- N T. wah not D. Moore's farm, on tho l'erryville pike tho man who once worked for him. The relations with them, mid send ministers aud he is only about 10 years of age. A Tub Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, it. T torepreseutus.it their various courts. He could scarcefor Neal was uneducated. writer of tliis stw aud talked freely to It would b a nice little trip ami there warrant was sworn out against him 1SKLCSXI ho could write at all, it a pistol. Judire Tye took the E2XIEm ly read, aud if the two geiitlemou from Missouri, who would be plenty of sky Bkinuners who carrrim: if anything beyond his eigna-turwould delight in undertaking it, at the case under consideration as to whether was little were hero iu the interest of the prosecuthat ho could put on paper. But tion. They both said that when Neal rik of beim: thrown headlong into the a minor could hold that otlice, but what- of space. J. N. MENEFEI ever mav be his decisiou our county a. C. SINE friendless, moneyless and ignorant ph he appeared in Missouri as a Christian min- unfathomable depths to possess his indues should nut appoint boys to Mich was, a longing seemed LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. ister ho al once took rauk amotiL- - the olllces ami turn them loose on the com poul for "something better than ho had best of his profession. He was a splenThe farmers are very busy now with munity when they aro known to be of a His friends and acquaintances did speaker, a companionable know n." man, seemI3ST disposition. were necessarily few, and of tho humbler ed to bo well educated and thorouuhly their work. Although there is a shower wild and reokh-sof the there are some unpleasant class, being made upjof residents understood the Scriptures. If he is inIiou. John W. Breckinridge, the 'knobs" and tho country skirting about deed the Kentucky Neal the transform- indications of a dry time. Mr. W. D. Cheauut, tho millman. youngest son of the late John 0. Breckto bo religiously inthem. Ho seemed ation of tho rude, uncultured youth in Merced, Cal., aged about clined ami joined the Christian church from tho knobs of Lincoln and Boyle to who has been living hero for some time, inridge, died 40 years. He has lived in California for during a revival held at one of tho knob tho accomplished preacher of Missouri, moved to Martin's Creek Tuesday, much Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets 20 yearn, where he practiced churches. Ho soon felt that ho had been was sudden and almost miraculous. As to the regret of tho people here, as his the last eflaw. and Verandah Work. family were sociable and pleasant. called to preach tho gospel and his a conclusion to this sketch, let Mrs. The Montana convention canio very Your correspondent, in behalf of the began among people forts in that liuo Ilamner bo heard. She is living iu Dan- citizens and many friends of the Jouu-na- l near instructing for Blaine. The resohardlv competent to criticize his crude ville irod when the I.s'TEitioK Journal in this section, would tender the lution indorsing him for the presidency uml probably ridiculous uttornnces. He saw The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. her thU, Thursday, morning, she most sincere sympathies to the editor iu was unanimously adopted and the mosevermarried Martha Mann, who lived said: - - Meetiug Mrs. tion to strike out Blaine's name only re- Ofllcc "Tho man who came to sea me nine IiIb ead bereavement. al miles back of Junction City, aud conand his preaching. years after my husband disappeared was Walton on several occasions in the fami- ceived five votes. tinued his farm labor At the preaching people gradually grow uudouotedly that ins baud. Time and ly circle, and being acquainted with her to laugh leBS, for It began to bo seen that good clothes had wrought changes in estimable qualities, wo aro prepared to READY ho was slowly bursting Jtho bonds of him, but ho was the same man. I know fully appreciate the great loss of the edheart-l- ow "those twin jailera of tho daring it with the same certainty that I know itor. Wo regret to report the critical conbirth nnd iron fortune." His mar- my mother, my brother or any one I am dition at this writing of Mr. Jesse Brown, s ried lifo came to bo unhappy. Ho familiar with Ho was always a good jailer of Casey caunty. For ten days went away from homo to preach talker and tho more ho talked the better fe3&7'.W-4II E past ho has had serious obstruction of did not take his wife with him. She he talked. Ho was so very ignorant and THE BEST Mr. W.W.Brown, the bowels. His father, was when ho first begin to speak in public did not like that, aud imagined he this evening to of her, nnd as a matter of was why ho made so many mistakes. with Dr. Herrin, started getting tired Stanford to procure the aid of some phy Onco when ho He deserted me aud treated me badly, fact he probably was. was'holding a meeting at Cornishville, but I am sorry ho was sent to the peni- sician there. We earnestly hope for the ) followed him, and tentiary; sorry tor his Missouri family. I best, as Jess is an elllcient otllcer and a in Mercer county, she during have long since ceased to care anything clever citizen. as she appeared in tho church A county convention of tho Kenexpression of dis- about him aud only wish him well. I tho sermon she says an Union, controlled Cheapest The BtST face. At the saw him several times while he was iu tucky Sunday-Schoo- l pleasure passed over his by and in the interest of all Protestant meeting, however, he Kentucky aud ho alwayd declared that conclusion of the denominations, will be held at this place kindly and ho had never seen mo before." in tho approached her, -- poke to her on July 4th. All Sunday-schoolmore space than any Paint mixLION PAINT will cover one-hal- f county are requested to bo present, or tho house of the people who took uer to The Filson Club will give a banquet represented, as important business will They ed by hand and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Accept no substihad been entertaining him. theSundayschool cause. In be together that night and next at the Gait House, Louisville, at S r. m., Thetransacted generally are requested to A Cream of Tuter Biking Powder. Highest of tute. Good Agents wanted. Manufactured by over a letter she June 1, on tho occasion of its celebration bringcitizensbaskets well filled to feed the all in leavening itrength Litest L'nleJ Sutet LION PAINT & COLOR WORKS, LEXINGTON, KY., .nmintr ouarreled Government Food Heport. their which he said was of tho centennial of the admission of multitude expected to be in attend-ancROYAL DAKING POWDER CO., found in his pocket, A. R. Penny, Druggist,' Agent, Stanford, Ky. 106 Wall street, New York. sue behoved Kentucky into the Federal Union. from his mother, aud which al-h- in mill, uiiniuvi- i uuiiiiu iiufuscn ueiuiu ,loi"K fi,0- l1rou1b, ,,ow ' l ,at ltc,"t8 Tlio old ladv told htm that she dld-auto be burled, people In moder-yo- u ,w looking at him further said, "Why. H,r, look like Bee Xeal, my daughter's f1,", circumstances cannot afford to die. severely injured his hand while working ,,J n 1,,an l(? n" acquaintance, former husband." Tue man replied, runwere .lead." "Don't iy on the track by falling on a spike, "My name is Seal, hut I never was ning it through his hand. ' your daughter's husband. I am hero to nythin about that, replied aJltn, "I mad dog About three weeks alu h1 nm only walking about to passed through the Pine since aneighborsee you aud your .laughter and to ascer- -' Hill If tho you as well as others ' ve funeral expends." iniitifrii - '"i " derwear in town. The best stock of Summer UnScriven's Elastic Seam Drawers are the best. ! If Wra MniiM lifit.1 rlmm d ELEGMT LIME EECKWEKR, Collars, Cuffs and Half Hose. We have added a line of . "eardyou '"' f ' l,", -"- ev. J. - o . j SEYBBA1TOB r inTV SeW 3c SOILST. M i i -- Dun-rie- W.B.jKlcRQBERTS. V hook-keepu- Mid-dleto- Druggist and Jeweler, con-tribut- DRUGS BOOKS, PAINTS, i WALL PAPER, I d j 1 ROBT. FENZEL -- nei-lat- im-fou- Gllib, OIjOGiV.S JEWELRY te REPAIRING NEATLY 'oAll .. I 1 Ma-son'- Cun-ningha- u), . Con-raisa- ..j.hUhI,. es Infants Children. slt-ep- , ... e , s oeca.-douall- MENEFEE, DEALBES SMi DOORS MP BLINDS. SINE & WOVE1T "WIRE A1TD SLAT FE1TOE. and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. 1 j i i home-time- rWl TflL0N gpgk 4 &AKIHG POWDER Absolutely Pure Paint " MADE. is the IS . s rl . - e. f, .safe ."-. . ' t r -- o . - - ,'' C., -- i t I , " tions. "t on Hits occasion ho waas hag peremptorilj declared tho House Nashville at the meeting last fall. You whatnn al'innlng extent legislation is card and white ai if lie liiul been in his It was a great wonder to me nuiile a great mistake in not coming. being c unrolled to advance private gain. coffin. lie seemed for tho first time to that the whole affair did not end up in a 'Yes, yes,' he mild sully, 'but I thought Tho unwise system of high protective realize tho tremendous significance of fight, but not n row occurred, nnd by it would only result in crimination and tariff that wi nov maintain is prolific of From my farm nor lutfbr.a.t on ill ? May 13, 1S92 .allLACK MARK, SrANFORD, Ky., tf'.blX nnd tho morrow and its relation not only to night tho citv was as quiet as evening years hti l.rc-such ovll results. It is paternalism now wonJthattvriM amiWill pay n spot atwvo each .rt not in reconciliation.' llml liberally for informa- himself, but to tho country. We iill con- itself. niutrtr "I had "xpe.cted to leavo for Kentucky and not purei local se'f government. Men iiuii tirauiug m hitmrs Mary grayiilal . soled with liim nnd cheered him iv best ...in i... "I had abundant opportunity to judue that afternoon, uvdimm oye, uegin to iook upon W. hut ho pressed mo to rewe could. I returned to my lodgings of the vexation caused the president by tho States as mere dependencies on the very shortly and the press of other mat his secretary of war, Mr. Stanton. One main over a few days nt least. Finding great, powerful, ctu'rui heid aud then GOV. KNOTT'S REMINISCENCES. ters removed the trial from my thoughts. day I was passing dotfn tho avenue, that hit would perhups tnako a speech there will ba leit hut The stockholders the the hollow crust of ters t reek turnpikeiif will Hiutcnville & Carpenin the Senate, I consented. The first of inert Hi Wrathrrlurd's "The next morning at tho usual time when an army ollicer stopped me. He The Impeachment Trial of Andy Johnson; uuuriui uueriy. mo men who now iiiihi, iiimofitnif, on th nt'xt week the report was out that .May u. ityi, fr I took my hat and started forthecapitol. told me he had been in tho service si nee Mr. the a dtmlorr fnr tlif eiuuliikr use tho fiiiicti'ini of mverinn-for jtsir.pnrpneif tt Secretary Stanton's Brutality; Johnson would address thn i S I'OWrfl L. i to I had not one far when I was struck tht first of tin warnnd hid never hud a Sunset Cox and Other ami the i tileries were filled with visi- their own o uoliiiu ml will be ablo then with the unusual appearance of I'enn leave of absence. He was about to Great Men. tors. Hi pike with that peculiar ear- -j to crush o u the cries of the poir by Cumberland dip & teuisrillo Avenue. It was as quiet and de force of arms. Wn.it our country needs and desired a furlough of three M) characteristic of him and tho Cleveland Will be Nominated and Elected. serted as if it were Sunday. When I months. Secretary Stanton would piy is sterling p.irity and integrity in gilloricH responded as usual with gener-- j (To the Editor of the Interior Journal.) came near the capitol grounds, it seem- no attention to his request, nnd ho depolitics If the p'0!e would avoid Double Duly Sclmlulr, Danvillk, May 11. If there is one ed as if the entire citv of Washington sired me to go with him to see the presi- ous approval. After ho had concluded those dung irs In Ulect Mr v. IKy must demand in no he sat down, buried his f.ieo in his hands "" "" personage in this Commonwealth who had ius?tnbled in this particular place. dent. I very cheerfully aceomputiod ,"""" soi-Tuncertain terms tint form of goverr. nor.vn. has an abiding place in the affection of It then occurred to me that It was tho him to the executive miinsioti aud suit- in the most pitiabiv sad way and never ment which exists nUtiw l.ve. i.uuliville Fje pm for tho protecStanford c i young and old, that personage is assur- - eventful hour of tho tlnal impeachment ed the case to Mr. Johnson. 'Certainly,' looked up till the chamber wna deserted, tion, ndt tho pnvii'o m giln of the individ Arr. MliMltiboro I remarked to a friend that I had a 7 ol a m Lve. Middlfibor edly onv genial and gifted Ex Gov. J. vote. Across tho square I came upon replied he, 'that will bo all right. You a oo p m S Jo am ual citizen " I.UIKV V. ItLI.E. Arr. CumtirrUittl Gup. ...... that that was tho last speech M pin I 45 a m Proctor Knott. By tho boys of Centre Gen. Rousseau, who was almost beside may go to the war deputiunt and I " H.twiltonSpriBift..... 1 1 lm ij a m Andrew Johnson would ever make. It " Arthur WllKKBTO t.O THIS M.MMKU. College he is especially esteemed and himself with agitation and excitement, have no doubt Mr Stanton will Kraut ijlpm ' l Ifl " If VOU " I'dwrtt Wivtr t japm 4J a m respected. Senator Vest, of Missouri, He was a warm friend of th president, your wishes at once.' 'Hut,' said I, 'Mr. proved, alas, too true, for his mi1 life contemplate taking a trip this summer " Taicxven .... p"' " l.oue MHHitlu ' Z p J 7 ija tn ago in a letter to the College because Mr. Johnson had giveu him an President, my friend has tailed to obtain very soon afterwards cumo to its close. remember that the mot delightful place " Clinch River some time l' P IH J t$am ' Oiknurt "Senator I toss wont home to Kansas in America is Old Point Comfort, Vn. magazine said it was here under tho honored place in the arm v. Together any recognition at all fioin tho secretary ft m 4t pn 7 J ' Withburn '...' m 7 41 4 04 m after tho acquittal of Mr. Johnson, but On Tnrs lay. July Jth, the Chesapeake " I'owiler Sprlurt shades of Old Centre that John C.Young we proceeded to tho capitol. m M 4 I aud I hope you will see tint he ha this m " I.unrvll.... 4 3 I' m 8 04 a tn ' was forever spurned nnd rejected by his & Ohio K'dlwny will run its taught him to believe in the fundamen "The mass of humanity Corryton preshing favor done him.' Immediately Mr. John-soannual ex 41 pn a m " .Milonrjtillc tal political faith nnd creed of Thomas about the building and in tiio grounds Jjpm Mam " s hftraved impatience, and said he people. He lost all but honor, going ciirxinn from Lexington nnd the " Hev.rly pm Ijlam Jo ml Hcgioii. A trip to Old Point will Jefferson. Tho years have passed away is inconceivable. I would have been would have nothing to do with the war from tlie Senate down even to his old 5 I' i.d"n,,K"- ', 1Q ,, m , 48 a m ,m at last a greater than John C. Young sheer folly for us to have attempted to department or Secretary Stanton's af humble occupation of journeynihn print- cost you legs than to any other place on and NOltTII er. Mr. Cleveland afterwards appointed account of the extremely low rates made l.ve Knnx villi" HOUND in the ecieuco of government is again gain admittance by any of the usual fairs. We immediately left the room. .. i a 6 jo p ( 4) ntn 4I p in The by the Ilygeia Hotel ami the railway Arr K. A O Junction the young men of the State in trances, so we made oiirwav to a private m "On another occasion I was called him governor of New Mexico. llevi'ily 14 a ii. Iti J4 Maloncyvillo. the right political paths. door in another part of the capitol nnd from tho House of Representatives by a whole history of that impeachment is so company to parties taking advantage of oJ a m 7 o p in f am Coir) ton jm pm 7 Gov. Knott comes over from Frankfort were let in by an ollicial who recognized young man, a lieutenant in the army, thrillinyly tragic that I have often thiscxtiiMion Full particulars will be I.utlioll t J a m 77 t p in thought a pen like Macaulay's could advertised shortly. Chas. L. Brown, G. I'owdrr Spriligt every Tuesday and lemains throughout us. When we reached the Senate chain-th- e son of a colonel who was a constituent 44 a p in Wathbuin .. am week discharging his duties in the her the members of the House were just of mine. He told mo ho wps to be court alone do it justice." Oakman 10 a m I o( p m Clinch River 10 to a in $ 10 p m chair of Civics and Economics. In the ' filing in and taking their seats. Every martialed and wished mo to defend him. "Were you not a warm friend of Sunt.onc Mountain... to )l a ih I 10 p m Tatewell .. .. long, quiet afternoon his cozy room at inch of space in tho galleries,' on the I consented. It appeared that he had set Cox?" we nsked. "Yes," replu d 4) a Y P m I'owell Hier It cc a m 8 30 p m the Clemens Hotel is always open and a floor and in the corridors was packed as come across two private toldiers engaged Gov. Knott, ".Mr. Cox and I were very Arthur " ' p tn ...,i 10 a m 9 llaifillton Sprn SI AMUR!) u u . ra tt p m cordial welcome always greets us when closely as human beings could be crowd-w- in a difficulty and was separating them. intimate. I remember quite well the Ciimlxrlantl Gap. m Vi " Ml.t,llr.karo step in to havo a chat with him. We ed together. I had believed public noj pm iiiapn Just at this point some one laid a hand tir.it time I over saw him. Quite n while Mldilletboro . him just after dining, enjoying terest in the trial to havo subsided, but romrhly on his shoulder. It was night beforo I was sent to Congress, I had ocArr. Kunfnnl .. 34 a in " Iwlivilte. 7 eo a m his cigar and in his happiest mood. tho wonderful scene before me dispelled nnd in the darkntss he struck back with casion to go to Washington to attend to I'ullman I'alac Car Ri7tli When we told him we desired to hear ' such an illusion. ClnciHiiatl his arm at the person, whom ho suppos-- 1 an in portaut case. Desiring a legal -- gTlipii II something of of his old days in Congress, CLV " without chaM.man vllhall trxm North and "A door opened at one side of the Sen-h- e ed a common soldier, perhaps. Instead, counsellor and being quite nn admirer mKrciion "' l"1",, Cwtral oVmi, Clncihuatl. smiled pleasantly, curled a wreathy ate and presently two stretchers were it proved to bo one of his superior of Cox from what I hail heard and read . .. All triMH " AtiiwMt &t r ntmvt, ft tuWiaa Oap Ra4r( ciomi ol smoke Irom ins lips ana began carried in ami deposited beforo the ,h, lo,j The youth was vt ry much agitat of him, I called at his office. His secre(tm Tat SprmaiiJ prHc. with an account of Andrew Johnson's clerks desk. On them were Senators ed over his mistake, and promptly offer- tary informed me that he was not hi I hri;h lwl.o1 om Ml at Cily IVlrt iiSl.aj iltw .ml Dmm TicWh impeachment. fo.K Wr.i Grimes, of Iowa, and Howard, of Michi- ed to make ample apology. The oilier but just as I was leaving he entered the MaiMtrl, kHaviU. "A great nation like the American gan, who were both quite ill. door. It was an exceedingly oppressive rtolny 'Mfo,m,U" faiw, eic.ap-"- '' awThe pompously refused to accept any apolopeople endeavoring to depose their pres ful silence that filled tho chamber seem- - gy and ho was accordingly ordered to day and Cox was clothed as cool as a J.V, Attl Oral , . . H KNR V A. Sl ITII, Oir nvkri "sVl, .. . . ident." said Gov. Knntl. "and that. too. eu to : . terriiy eacli heart. I looked into nppnar for trial. The dauger was that cucumber in immaculate linen. He tuts 7. NatHvtHe, Tetn. in uiys so trvtng and dangerous to iber-- tne Ballery and on the floor hie . . about me. lie would have his commission taken as giy and jovial ns a lark and welcomed ty and prder, is no commonplace cir- - - ota whisper was breathed, and on ev- - from him. The punishment was, how- me very cordially. To such an extent IK YOU ARK COWO cumstance. Andrew Johnson was a was a whiteness and a so , emu - ever, for him to forfeit two months' pay. did he carry his levity that it occurred . . .. . , in b ityasifmthe terrible piesenca of the One cf the ofiicers who had concurred to me I had struek tho wrong man for 4hl4 while at its close was not altered in his nve 1111; in tho sentence, came to me privately my business; but when I disclosed my MEANS ,." opinions regarding the secession move-. At the chief jiiitice cal ed for aud asked that I go to President John- - errand he was instantly transformed IN ment, nevertheless found himself ns . too of the 11th article of Cox's eulogy on and havo the punishment coininu- - to tho able attorney. of the United States, far from pcachment, upon which the vote would ted to a month's confinement or such the death of Speaker Kerr was a fine J . . fully agreeing with the radcal views of first. 'Call the roll were the light judgment. The youth's father was ' piece of eloquence and bathed the llousn Tilt. his party associates. This difference led next words that fell from hia hps. The ofi' in Oregon with his regiment and was in tars because every man knew it ramie Most Satisfactory to serious results. They could ill brook ' ,' . and tho Most LOUICVILLC 4 NatMVillc n. n. name of Senator Anthony is caed. The not only very poor, hut had no friends ,ron the heart. Cox was altogcthir the a man who stood in way with tho Durable. senator arose. Lverv eve was riveted in Washington. To deprive him of pay most wondeiful man I ever knew in the veto poorer of tho executive whenever oa i.s,,, n,u , A la the hoe for you, ai ita he trembled over his who e would do the government no good nnd brilliancy and versatility of his powers. " aHl coHipWte ttm.k of btt qndhiy Kihbon. .eal Inter Paper, Oil, M,4 toieri.ric. they advanced a measure despotic in , . frame. 'Mr. Senator Ant honv enntin. him grett harm. I went to see tho presSend for detcnptive lumpblet to "Governor, what do you think of the " . tendency, especially Andrew Johnson, tied the chief justice, 'how sty" vou ? Is ident and plainly stated the case to him. present political situation?" "My opin- Make clo.e omtieitiont at G. M. ALLISON & CO., whom they themselves had placed m Li, r Ml H.t Cbillrto.l iuuu ulifji l latirtam fH respondent, Andrew Johnson, presi- - .... uwv.uvu In I. .t .j. ..iv ...o,.wo..v. I i.vt e""1t tA. !..!.... .ir. oicveuinu win most prop-mn.nti LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI ' is mm povver 4,S West Mln request at first. At my arrival the ably be nominated by the democracy nt For alt points. "Tlie tenure of office act was pissed in de"t of he. UniteJ S,ntee- - -- tlilt' or not THROUGH TICKrTS SOLD. R hlu "demeanor, as charg-inpapers concerning tho oourt martial Chicago and that tho contest of the fill - K"'.lty ,.f March, 1S67, unconstitutionally deprivLouisville, Ky. IIAGOAOE CIIKCKKD THROUGH tins article?' 'Guilty!' came the came also from the war department, to-- ! will be on tariff reform as the issue. Mr. the president of his power to remove For any information ta.iulre of seemed to penetrate every gether with a rather fervent letter from Cleveland's administration waseminent-Stanton- , n civil officer without tho concurrence "SP0"-- " F - CLIrKOrfll.ABtnt, Qr sinctionitig most strongly the ly successful and honorable. ",ea,8emuiNorfolk-Wester- n place ol tlie Many of tho Senate. Affairs had already W. W PF.N.V, Trav. T... ' RJ. heaviest punishment that could be in- - doubt tho ability of the parly to elect Junction Cly, Ky reached a crisis between Mr. Johnson ' leath- ,ke s,,eilce tbat nd 'e'sned Edwin M. Stanton, his socretarv of f?rf'.a ,on' "loaning murmur, like the dieted on the young lieutenant. Mr. him sn It appears a very grave question Schclule December 6, iSat. war. Mr. Stanton had passed throunh f,,"nK fthe P1"1 in " fore6t. swayed Johnson looked over the papers and to me when I ponder it, but then I think TAKK THE ' . LbAVE .NOIUO.V DAII.V througli the then turned reproachfully to mo styWig: it might prove similar to Tilden's race in everv shade of oolitical oninion. At the bark H,ul 6 mm for Graham, Illuefietd an.1 "Presently the name of Senator P.oss, '.Mr. Knott, I thought you were my 1S70. You know tho opposition brought opening of tho conflict between the intcrmwluitc latiun. States he had been an ardent believer in of Kansas, was cslled. He was a man friend:' 'Why,' siid I, 'I e no reason to bi.tr a'iinst him in 'ew York and p m lor llliiefield, IlaJtorJ Roanoke, nnd i l.yiKhburk', secession, but changing as days went by who had steadily worked his way up for you doubting it.' He then acoustd how surprisingly he swept the couii- - Runokr) for Ricbmotid and Norfolk. AIm (ia yahlnj;ton, from a poor printer boy to a seat in the me of attempting to get him into a dif- - try. rhiladelpliia ana New llaeiien. York had eventually become not only an un OlJOVISVlUt NtUrCHICAtpRl,(i,- ..... m 4 ri is .a "Ho about tho statesmanship of relenting advocate of crushing the South National Senate. He was tho nersonifi- - ficulty with Stauton aud declared again fjlk vU .Norton arxt Radford, alM Radlord to would have nothing to do with Stan- - day ind that of ante helium days?" "1 New Wk, vu Shenandoah Jmiction, alto Rad by force of anno, but at jthe time of cation of purity and honor. His State lord to W ahing.on, alto from I.ynchburc to Rich ton. I replied rather warmly: 'Mr. am afraid.", answered Gov. Knntt mond which I speak, represented tho bitterest at M9 time, crazed with political lraln MVKTO. and President, if I were president of the thoughtfully, "that you will consider me will leate lor Pocahoiitai,at pohatan an.1 G.e.. of republican radicalism. His 6'oni Wft! perfectly hostile to lllueHeld tiaily j jc a m j i. n iu , Johnson. He knew that sentiment, and United States I would be tho president. a pessimist, but I do not regard the t 1 p m, 1050 pm Not arbitrary usurpations of pow-UHJC'OA'GUD, to. Irom the Kait daily at raint arrive at 45 a ra and 6 15 p in equal to those of er in the conduct of the war department ue knew that to go contrary to its man-le- Issue your orders aud make tho secreta- - statesmen of ror further inlmmation at to hedile. rat .And., President Johnson to demand his date meant his own political doom, ry obey them.' But he would noue of it tint day. We havo our able men now Ac, apply to aent of Norfolk .V U't.itrn Rail' W II IIEVM.I arm i leit nun. these tilings occurred ns well as wo had then, but Clay, Cal road pr 10 resignation in August, 1SG7, but the ob- - Should he vote according to it, and ALL (.en i'attcni-tm . Kuaiioke, Va. rtnx ts secretary covered himself with r'fice principle in order to retain his before the removal of Stantan ami tr.e houn and Webster were not the only public men who surpass the tenure of office act and refused to place of political preferment, or should presilent'fliiuiKMcliinentand8howclear. And.. thosa of ue Rt one wrd crush his cherished hopes ly how all that trouble came about. Thomas II. Benton. go. The president, in spite of the man- "Mr. Johnson was an enigma to me. Jeremiah S. Black, Stephen A. Douglas ITOHTM-WJES- T, dates of the Senate, peremptorily dis- - aaa ambitions aiid be true to truth ami 'justice? I never saw a more agonized He had the reputation of being firm and and others might be named. Calhoun missed him when it came to this.' ' "This conduct of the president afford- look ou a man's face than on his that decided in his convictions: I found him was tho most gifted debater nnd logician X v. ed tho imperious majority in Congress moment. Both sides had claimed him. to be a man who would never take nn of this century. John G. Carlisle and . HmSv,delS'c,v,,::: "-'- on.. I r lifrmation addrcta cause of impeaciimeut, so Mr. Ashley, and ou his vote rented tho fate of An advanced position on anything, unless it Stephen A. Doiulas are quito similar 111 JAS IIARKER, O P. A., Chicaeo drew Johnson. His response was eo low j were flrdt conclusively proven that Ih'b tha admirable clearness and force of their nn Ohio representative, introduced 11 V O fAILEi CKCSHd. V A tliat 5t coul11 not ue heard and tho quei- - fortiuies would ho safe in tnkiiiR such a speeches. -l KM.miM -,cliit'JDr articles charging Mr. Johnson with high S?V "I was with Douglas iu 1S00, durinj: a crimes and misdemeanors, his defiance tiou was repeated, diat awful moaning 'etp. He was one of tho 'most mehir- of tho tenurd of otliceact being th main ,soun(1 Psaod over tlie chambor as every jcholy men I ever knew, always looking campaign in Misjouri. He hud no S) rr i. - aMM-OL'aiti&t him. Thaddeua SteveiiF. ear ,Mjnt down to hear his second au- - on tlie dark side. He also was reputed ment in hi style nt all. I saw hitn at ffw:w.v,iqj Benjamin F. Uutler, John A. Logan nnd swer' ''Not trIty ! were the words ho a a spenker of great power. Tiio htcret JelTerson City put ids foot on a chair, his of his success was this: Whiio nothing hands ou his hips and address thhiinun ds o.hers appeared against the president, uttered and sink back in his seat. Twenty mlleithe Shorten to L 8l,:U1 forget the appearance profound or brilliant either in thought of people for three hours in tho same Bun It. Curtis, "over while Henry St.mberry, Chttapeale Ohio Route., Win. M. Evarts nnd others defended of t,108e auditors during the calling of or language can be found iu his speech- - deep nnd penetrating, but monotonous Philadolphla' him. Stanberry was ono of the most t,,e ro11, Senator Trumbull, of Illinois, cs, yet ho delivered them with mch tone. Douglas, I considered, a much St. I.outt, Michigan I'rtnti, Chicago, Baltimore, Now York, was called. He was tall and majestic, wonderful earnestness that seemingly abler man than Lincoln. I did not Dettoit, Cleveland, Hull .10. Old Point and the able and powerful attorneys of the day. Seashore and all Eastern Cities. Indianapolis and the Wet, culture and dignity of the Balvation of the human raco was de-- i agree with him in his 'squatter Tho Senate became tho tribunal, beforo wlt" a Ne a England, uanai:a, IN KrTFCT NOV. ,5, ,&,,. ou tlie eHort. Some say he was j eignty' doctrine. Thos. C. McCreery was New which the nccused must .appear. Chief (,uannen The question was asked him Lunlt'J Accom, Acco. presided. Tho excitement !flS llie ot,,er8- - Witti n face expressing nddicted to the use of intoxicants. I tho most accomplished orator of his day. Washington, Justice Chase I'hilaJilphia, EAST ilOU.VD.lMail Iialtimore, Kx. Daily Daily Johnson on j He was carelesi of dress and appearance, Quickest time to Ilarrudtburc, Frankfoit, Ky at the capital was intense; tho friends! v,vllly 8 contempt arid with a hangh havo been with Andre-Dallr Daily. Ex. Su. Kxbu Richmond, VIRGINIA Shortest and Lve Lexington.- -, ty gesture no lees impressive, he res every occasion when such a habit iu j but when he addressed the Senate ho 7 33 0 00 p MO a S30p and enemies of Mr. Johnson being ex- j Quickest tine to " Wincheiter., o 45 P ti 30 p 7 oop Ml. Sterling. ...., SS4 ceedingly bitter in tlieir feelings about ponded in a disdainful tone that carried him would have been discovered to me, assumed a majestic attitude and the rich 7 P tn p 7 35 P Daily. the trial. The case was begun in March, admiration even amotig the" opposition, and fain constrained to say the chargd is intonations of his voice and beauty of Arr Ashland. i 10 p to o; p 3 40 a " pi his diction were irresistible. Jim and dragged along until May. Taking 'Not cuilty, sir, not guilty !' Tho trial uot true. P a J9 a SOLID VESTIIIULED TRAINS thro' with Illintlnt-m" Catrcttsburc. u 38 p 10 ij p 9 30 a is to day tho finest orator in out change via Chattan. oza, llirmincham. Merit was ended, aud by one vote alono va3 "The iaHttiino I saw him was early in " Washington..! ts jo 6 evidence consumed so much time that 2 10 p tan malinfr direct connections en route for Knoa " J S j 5o p W. ville, Aheville, Lynchburg and points in the tho interest of the public languished the P''dent saved. Xot n word was 1S75. There had been a democratic re Kentucky, if ho tries, and Dani AjrJSejvVorki;;.l i 70 p 8 10 p tlie fall before and Voorhees, of Indiana, is more liko tho spoken, but every one left tiio Senate iu joicing in Tennessee and finally seemed to die out nltogeth WEST HOUND silence. a large number of prominent people old style of speakers in his cantivntiinr Daily. er. "I saw Mr. Johnson often during this "Tho jam in the corridor cannot be were present. Mr. Johnson wa invited and pun nasivo way than anv other man At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmmg Lve Huntington.., 6 oo" I 6 5 P 35 ion, V.HJIIC110I1, time, but he never seemed to care a whit described. When we had irotten far to. and it was hoped he would attend and in this country. Two or thna vmim h iujuiu, .iiacon. aavannati, 6 5 I 54 7 4 P Aihland., uii.ii.wii., unt v.iy, inoiuaivine anu ruuill 0 37 aoj T J7 l ma- -, in the House of Henresentatives. about what waB passing and one would ward the entrance of llie canitol the! 'make up' with, his old enemies, points. I hen-- 1 iv Thu onlvline running ialiilVeititmlr.1 imIhiwhIi l. e. i: Lx. S.i. ..., . p 5 33 a 5 c3 havo judged that ho had uo interest pent-ufeeling- of tlie people broke of whom were there. He did not a little, thin, pale man at one bound sur- - n .. " Winchester.',, ruuman v. nouuoiror ..". sicoiunir (Jars to St 55 P 7 5 a whatever at stake. Tho democratic forth. Curies and blasphemivM noured come I was in Washington in '75, aa I pass nil others in tho tariff debate. It Auxuttine without change lor any class of pas 6 20 a 45 P Servers or h.iKSaSC (aa u,""'c" 5'5 P 9 5U T iq D 11 oca memberaand other friends of tho presi- - frmo the lips of tho president's enemies, "aid. Mr. Johusou had been elected to whs Win. I, Wilson, of Wrst Virginia. Selina and Montgomery, Hluntiville, Decatur rlorelue, .Memphis and ARKANSAS points. dent were vigilant and their repeated whilo his friends cheered and embraced the Senato from Tennessee. I was at I had never seen hitn hfor. Shortott and quickest to Anniston, Selina, Mo rnnnnl , . . Limit connections made at NIIW cm Vestlbuled Trains canvass of tho St'nate led them to believe each other with tears fallinsr from their ' the capitol early ono morning aud in 1. ;...( .1 ... uur uir.i. linesi oraiord 111 bile. I'lll-U-without ...... dally in mo LAN'S omnibus tran.ler for GaJve.lo. lion wi th Chesapeake ii Ohiorun F. V." conncc "F. to New was sure. Tlie ijyes. Tha echo was takon up by tho passing through a rather dark corridor, v.uujjrcim. Houston, Austin, a majority In his. lavor ork Kait Mail Trains run dailrandmake local final vote which would seal his fato was tens of thousands picked about tho out-t- o saw a tad man, with bowed head, slowiionk "What about the future of our counaetweeii I.exiUKton and Huntington. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. anu mordheaa Accommodations be taken ou May 11th. The preced- - side of the building, and far away to ly walking along tho floor as if in trouble try?" wo next asked. "Tho future does iiiiiiKiou run daily, The Vicksburg ing evening I went up to the White the streets of the city it was homo along oreltfe deep meditation. It was Mr. not seem bright to me," answered Gov. .Miss,only throuch line to Jackton and connectioni , Mireveport La makini; dlnct and Morehead and Lexington and Alt. SterlinK Accommodations run daily exceot omnibus transfer for Dallas Fort House, as was my custom, to see and by the excited people. Johnson. When ho camo near ho rec- Knott. "Tho legacy of tho war nnd re- without San Antonia, EI I'aso and polntsia Worth,? Sunday. Austin, , Through Sleeping Cars to nnd from Washington talk with Iw'ui. I found some 15 demo--i "So dense was the throni: in tho cor- - ognized me. Ho shook my hand cordial- construction diys hits been a dangerous Congressmen there beforo me. ridors of the capitol that it took tlie ly and expressed great pleasure at s"to tendency toward centralization of gov- TEXAS, ARIZONA,MEXICO,CALIFORNIA. and New York without change. cratic For full information ta regard to rates, routes For through rates, correct county maps and lu When I camo into tho presence of An- - members of the Housa nu hour and a ing me. I informed him I was glad to ernment, People iu this country infomation call on Agent at Junction Cltv. Kv Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines drow Johnson I wag almost ohocked by half to go from the Senate to tlieir own meet him agiin and said, 'I have want-ed- , havo not the sllghtast conception ns to or address J. S, LEITJI .Vl E. HUNTINGTON, ' C. L. DROWN, n rmv Pass. Alft.. Cli v. V, i and G. .M., hia altered appearance Hia sphinx-likchamber. There the passionate discuss-facalBO, Mr. Johnson, to tell you how how great a degree wo iltli is beinj cenq. V A D. MILLER. ' D.G.ED WARDS. ' Lexington. Ky. emo-jjousually uever betrayed his iralhc Nanzr , O. P .V T. A. became so intense' that the Speaker much I rtgretled your failure to be in tralized in tho hands of the few, nnd to O. W. BARNEV, W.S. HARRISON, Cincicnati, Qril? Wrrft V iMTrDmD lnrmirni i Strayad P. WALTON. ... nt ! Turnpike Election. Irt-tiii- tie-me- ss taills, to-da- y tiy j , nt H .1 ;iii 4 1 u 4 Blue-Gnix- 4 L, I , 111 ' .. P.-- lPl .1 ' HEivrrarGToixr 111 1 e : Typewriter ) olli-cer- i la or. ,',.,' 1 rH.... 1 ... I ,,,,,, rj!n BEST 'woir.ik: I ,. J i THE SIMPLEST in-so- n .,... THESHORTEST TIME ... I i .' j Double Daily Trains A 1 y ' . g tat I- i j TT"1 - bo-an- d NAW ?u' , 1 l ' clm-nber- s-- 11 .. Ilarrlt-liurk- :, -- i to-h- e ' ' pas-extre- THE WORLD'S" FAIR u Andrew-continue- d ' d to-d- ay 11 sic-stin- ato r Innte-hellu- WEST to-da- ?vmm&.t&ssmuv ut. orna-croun- d &W2fflEB8P. m 1 ! w&ffii8m I rV . : 1 I Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co. A-- J OOTDIimATX, York, Washington, ' ) sPrb suver-pendin- g Iloston, v , NUDW (OBILIBAKTS, 1 Mc-Kenz- ie 1 CAHLKKTAS, . -.... co p - "' 1 A ' I ....... I X ,u-u- .., - 'J J 11 j to-da- y e Iin-tlo- e u O. M Lex.ngton, Ky. T. P. A., Ashland Ky. J. '0- n.. M s rll fifif "& & BILL NYE IN OHIO. HE WRITES ABOUT SOME OF THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF THE STATE. Lima, tlio Illrtli.lurit nf tliu i:iirlrlo Cnr. ftonm of tli Jiijn kimI .Sorrow of Cot-tin- e n llritft CihIhmI A Miiiullfol 1'lny Thut Wllllmn ICopyrlKlit, Sum. 1KW, by IMwtr W. No. - In Ohio. f Buckeye State, hut after all it Is better to travel through tho groat Mate ami hor countless avenues of wealth, from her hoi tiful ami woll kempt farm to her statesmen, from her cabbages to hor natural gas. You umlorntaml it better. Tho middle stutcs have ono peculiarity Hint they nr beginning almost to wish thuy did not Law, although it was. started ob-per- Tlio succoss nuil pro.sjwrity of tho Ohio Bociety, of Now York, is ample- proof of tlio grunt wealth and intflligeneu of tho his mouth with that steady, dry, hack- -' ing cough, which they say carried him off pretty soon. Something did, nny-- 1 Possibly it was tho cars. When tho draft was sent on for pay-- , incut to tho bank on which it wns drawn ' it was discovered, alas! too late, that tho with tho cough was ono of thoso ' practical engineers who can put a pair jackscrows under a ten dollar draft' nnd raise it to any required denomination whilo you wait. fie had a preparation of pulp nnd a powerful press, with which ho filled up tho $ mark generally cut out cf tho paper at the end of the amount of tho draft. Then ho could easily cut out such other figure as his desire for ready money seemed to justify. I had the misfortune to drop into several banks iu Cincinnati soon after this affair, and having, as do, the air of a plausible, unhung hellion from Sainton Island, of course I was at onco spotted by tho eaglo eyed man behind tho wires, who had resolved that no ftrttvijer should steal tho bank's funds anyhow. Finally, nt tho Gorman National bank, I was received kindly nnd a draft was pold to me nt a reasonable price, with tho understanding that 1 would bo caro-fu- l of It. A Cincinnati merchant said to me, however, that it was not fear of my ultimato intention to ralso tho draft that led the other banks to bo rude. It was probably quite another reason. But even if that wero tho case, why couldn't thoy say at onco that thoy had no do- Ioslts with tho New York banks nnd so could not sell a draft? 1 would not have told nny one. I would havo resected their squalor and misery. Now of course am under no obligations. On tho street yesterday ran into n young man who was admiring his now tpriiig suit in tho glnv store fronts ns he passed along the street. I hurt him quite severely. Ho reproached me, but 1 am accustomed to that. A little reproach tn the spring of the year does me I 1 Tunp-kinsvill- e, 1 1 good. AT TIIK HANK. saw h'm coming n square away nnd regarding himself with ill disguised 1 sut to lo n charm. Charms, however, when nogloctod. Income at tit mis nub WIICCS. Wo wero visiting Lima not long since, h thrifty town with all tho Minn and vigor of a now gold oamp in tho wost, )ct with tho shrewd ami cool headed businuss tact of a &h) Cod town. Sho has this characteristic, however, to which I hnvo darkly alluded. It is a public square. Tho public piuro wiw of course intended to bo on tho start n thing of benuty, but it has in too many of the middle state town U'coino an open air liver stable, covered with tho choice decoration of n badly farmed farm. Tho Bcpiaro is of courso geographically iu tho conUrof the town, and is distinctly visible from every direction. Tho idea is a good one, but when it becomes tho grazing ground of tho motheatei. horse nnd tho homo of tho watermelon rind, tho spring of tho year ndtls no beauties to it and Tnx'iaycr ami Veritas write pieces about it. It is also iu many cases n liny and wood market. Hero tho mnn in the blue nrmy overcoat (ho has never boon in tho army or he would not bo wearing it) meets tho man iu tho buffalo overcoat, and they lwrrow tobacco of each other, chow some of it, epit eight times, water their stock and go home. Peoplo coino to tho editor nnd say: "That tupuuro is gotting to bo n, blamed nuisance. You ought to roast it, C5o for it." Then tho editor hays in his per, provided tho man who made tho suggestion has paid for his advertising promptly: "Wo regret greatly to 6eo our beautiful public square in such a nogleotcd condition. Will not bomo one move in tho mutter? It is a sin and a nhanie, and as a matter of fact it is high timo to call -- n hnlt." Teams not actually engaged in traffic on tho htroets ought not to bo ormittcd to Rtand hitclied inside tho busiuos-- s )mrt of any city whatever. Even .Minneapolis, big and prosperous as sho is, still 'tennits hundreds of farm teams to stand tied aloTig its mniu avenues, not only by tho hour, but by tho day, n vast fringe of starvation, colic and botta in tho very hoart of n groat, thriving and beautiful city. Tho fnrmor would not want tho gas works on his farm. Why does hooxpect to bring his nuisances into town? Because tho farm is too often iu tho spring of tho year a vast, humiliating exosuro, that is no ronson why those sanitary mothods should bo brought into town, is it? Lima has about tho earliest electric car lino iu America. It is a double trolly system, nud tho cars nro getting old and childish. Tho rolling stock is to bo very soon. At all those towns nearly every ono's room is heated by natural gas. It holds out very well. I was through this state enrly in tho discovery business, nnd I then prophesied that gns from tho interior of tho earth would continue to manifest itsolf up to tho present time, nnd jK)ssibly oven Inter. Subsequent history has shown that I was right. Tho electric street cars of Lima aro sadly out of ropair, ns I said. They have tho odor of a cheap lodging house on tho Bowery, as nearly as I can recall it now. They aro shabby iu tho extreme. Also iu tho middle. Next Lent I shall nbstain from tho use of theso enrs. Lima is ono of tho thrifty nnd prosperous cities of Ohio, and is nlso tho homo of tho Lima bean. In Cincinnati tho other day wo tried to buy a Now York draft. Tho first four banks wero just out of Now York drafts, and tho fifth ono had just been plagiarized by a "gentleman with a cough" who downed tho bank for soino $27.35, I bclievo, and so it did not feel liko selling Now York oxchango to "strangers." Tho bauk had just oiFered ft reward of fiovonty-Hvcents for tho arrest nnd apprehension of tho fiend who had "did it up" in that bold way. , It seems that soino months ngo a man from Chattanooga camo in "with a cough" nud presented ft draft for payment. It was pretty large, nud tho cashier looked suspiciously at the owner of thu paper, but ho kept his hand up to j o affection in the big windows nud allowing ladies ami children to get out of his way or havo a wing knocked off, so said to my companion, "Seo 1110 knock n little North Carolina etiquette into that mollusk that we seo yonder." When got up h'mmhI steered for him with a newMjxijHir in my hand, reading it carefully uml trying to figure out what show there wns for a premature presidential boom which hius tho dressing removed from it a mouth too early, 1 got up pretty good steam, for I weigh over Ibo pounds now, nnd living nt first class hotels nil winter has given me fresh vitality and tilled mo with animal spirits nud high puroses. There was n sort of crunching sound, such ns ono hears when the lion tamer Inserts his head into the open jaws of tho wrong lion by mistake. The young man Htnggered back over a drossed hog and tho two lay there together, as it wero, ono dressed hog beside the other dressed hog. It wns a touching sight. The overdressed hog did not look so peaceful ns thoothor ono did. Ho had a troubled look which was not shared by tho ono that had the forced smile and a chip iu his mouth, also a stick to prop his 1h)soui open. There are several street nuNnncos of this kind who make it dangerous for iHHjple to walk much in town. Ono walks along tho street rovoling iu the view of himself in tho store fronts; another reads tho iapcr on tho street, and nuothor goe along counting his change, ever and nnou stealing n ride on soino lady's tram. 1 shook hands with Governor McKin-lent Columbus tho other day and added him to my hnndsomo and growing list of eminent acquaintances. Ho looks more liko a statesman than any other American havo been at all intimate with since the untimely death of Daniel Webster Governor McKinloy is an ideal statesman iu nppenranco and bearing. His head is. woll shaped, his enrriago is dignified ami easy and his manner comfortable and refined. Gentleuess and constitute tho two great primary elements of the gentleman, and Governor McKinloy has those. Tho true gentleman does not liko to make anybody feel uncomfortable The prig does. Wo did not talk long, as I am n very busy man and cannot pause in tho groat battle of life to visit with tho various governors with whom I am thrown iu contact, so wo merely passed tho timo of day, and whon had taken in n good 1 1 1 y 1 10-Io- 1 mmMWf li GZ2 jj,- - THE GOVERNOR t, pMiiV- HAD OOXE. full breath to explain this to tho governor I discovered thnt ho hail gono. He was then on his way to llhodo Island, whero ho expected to Bpeak in public. Columbus is a beautiful city, peopled with a class of excellent people. Tho" stato houso is also located here. I havo spoken of it beforo. It is a plain structure, known as tho Buckeye Architectural Wart. It consists of a largo stand pipe with 0 lean-tat each side. It is owned by tho stato. No private person would accept it. Tho Columbus Buggy company Is lo-o King Boy is n dark bay, f vears old, 10 There is nothing liko n now milk cow STANFORD. KV. hands high and is an elegant combined for lnmbing time. Arrange, if possihorse. He was sired by Horton's bay ble, to havo one "como in" a week or horse, he by Dr. Herr's Mambrino King, ten days 1eforo you expect the first dam by Steamboat, owned bv Chedwell, lambs. However well tho mothers may of Virginia. The dam was raised bv Steown them, there nro frequently times phen Sampson; 1st dam bv Frnnk" when a cold, wenkly or neglected lamb 2d dam by oiiginnl Jim 1'uor Cbuiilf. 3 dam can bo saved by taking it to tho cow Highest cash market price paid by original Denmaik, who ranBell; consec1G nnd forcing tho tent into its little, cold utive miles in a race at Now Oi leans; 4th for hkT j mouth nud u few btrcauis of milk down dnm bv Sir Elliott; 5th dam bv Grav Eaif: gle; Gth dnm by Buzzaid. its throat. Will mnke the seaon of 1802 nt my 'o havo known lambs so far gono fnrm, tho old Win. Bnll place, five miles that we could with difficulty get them from Stanford, to tako the first swallow, when they &c, at would suddenly wake up nnd lwgin to At $8 to Insure a Living-Oolt- . draw so greedily that our anxiety about & CO., M. F. the lamb's safety was transferred to the At the same place I will stand my fine STANFORD, KY. young jack, Js cow. Sometimes n good mother will not I. havo milk enough for n day or two or a He is by an imported Spanish jack, has young ewo may not havo n sufficient a tine body ami larce bones-- . He will supply lor a longer period, then.it is i- stand a better to help out onco a day with the ?s&: t-Uncle .led La. Huldy, do look at th' cow than to havo the lamb stunted. At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. poro young man with his pants nil rolled Wo frequently get scolded for coming up! A lien will be utained on colts till seain with an empty pail during tho lambson money is paid; if mare is parted with Aunt Utility What a lazy woman his ing season. Dakota Farmer. n becomes due. ma must bo! When your pants go to 1. S. PHILLIPS, Walnut Flat. 10 Clnathnu alius cut 'em down t' lit him. Tt'xil Agricultural Iltilletin. Truth. The Premium Saddle Stallion. Cottonseed meal greatly increases tho butter yield nnd likewise elevates tho llutlrrly SiitUfurtory. WALLACE DENMARK 55. "I can rent yon a room on tho fourth proper temperature for churning. Tho floor," sHid tho agent of tho building, best method of feeding steers is to let Shown S time - a nnd took 7 lo blinds high. what thoso rooms them run loose in a jwii under shelter picmiums audi certftlieate; as "for aliout old wasn't shown at all) will cot you. Tho elovator doesn't run nfter they have been dehorned, tho best IJYSIWIPTER DENMAJ'lf, .IB beyond the third tloor on account of nn food ration being cotton seed meal with Will make thcun-o- n of l,S92at my plnce He by Goddard's Denmark, hubv Gaines 3 miles fiom Stnnfoid on the Danville A Cromwell's unfortunate blunder in tho construction ensilage. Sorghum is best for forage Denmark, he by the race pike at when loft to ninturo beforo cutting. horse Denmark, he by Imp. Hedgeford. of the building." "A10 theio any rooms for rent still Southern grown corn is richer in albuiui-uoid- s $10 to Insure a Living Colt dam. Fnnnio Wallace No. SO, bvSlr Wal than corn raised nt tho north. higher up?" lace, he by Todhiuuer'a 'Sir WalMoney due when the mare is parted lace, he by Sir Albert (thorough, with or lued to anoiher horse. "None that would suit you. There is I. In Stock TolutH. bred.) l.onl Clifton is a beautiful red sorrel, a little cubbyhole just under tho roof, It has been wisely remarked that if with a good mane and tnil. lo) hands 2 dam by Yiigimii (dam of Virginius by nwuy up at the top of n long dark stairTianby, thoioughbiod); he bv Maway' hard to find, nnd" continued dehorning would by nnd by high, fonled iu lSS, and is a perfect sad- son's Whip. "'What will you rent it for?" produco n family of polled cattle, then die nortc. .1 dam a Whip Tho-who mate. "Most nny price say threo dollars n 6iirely docking the tails of lambs since dle stallion want lo bleed to a good sadcordially invited to look tho memory of civilized mau would by nt my horse nie see him but of courso you don't" month $15 the Insurance. and move. this time have given us a raco of lambs "Retired place, isn't it?" He wns sired by Second Jewel, he by "Retired? Great Scott! It's simply with bhort tails. Cunningham's Jewel, he by old Washingout of tho world." Alva Ager says thnt potatoes nro bo ton Dcnmnrk. US months old; His first dam T'annio bv a son of Gill's "H'nil If I was in tho or collecting good a food, used ns part rations for lii hands high. businoss nud was after a mnn to collect horses, fattening cattle and milk cows, Vermont: 2d dam by Ofd Monte, BY WALLACE DENM IKK 65. (Sceped-igie- e n to collect a bill, nnd ho had that that ho can nirord to pay ten cents n of Wallace Denmark 55.) Lieu tcmined on colt till season is paid. 1 dam Mag 37, by room, I think 1 I'd find it somehow." bushel for small ones when corn is thirty Vidette bv Vindox, he Mares grazed nt reasonable rates, but "You couldn't find it if you had a cents a bushel. Sheep aro fond of them. by Blood's Black Hawk, he by Old hundred bills and on execution and a For hogs nnd chickens they bhould bo not responsible for accidents, should any Black Hawk. Vidette's 1st dam by Whip; 2d dum Gallatin; ad dam search warrant. No mau with n bill cooked, ho thinks. The Rural Xew occur. G. A. LACKEY. Stanford, Ky. Old Tiger. Vindox's 1st dui bv has over" Yorkor agrees to this, but remarks that 3Iambriiio Chief 11; 2d dam by "I'll tako it!" said young Ardup ea- too many rnw potatoes give n horse Old Bav Messengei; ild dam bv gerly. Chicago Tribune. colic. Cannon's Whip. 2 dam Julia Wallace, bv Sir Wallace, he Cut off tho lambs' tails early. A mixOut of Itcputr. by Todhunter's Sir Wallace, he bv havo to seud Molly's ture of sulphur, lard and turpentine will Mr. Peterby I'll This well bred stallion will Sir Albert (thoroiii'hbird). keep away tho Hies. make the present season at ni farm, at 3 dam by Virginius, shoes to tho shoemaker. he by Mason's Whip. When nuimnls manifest nn aversion Moreland, at Airs. Peterby Aro thoy very much 4 dam a Whip mare. out of repair It seems to mo sho is to their keepers faomethiug is wrong $58 with tho keeper. gotting now shoes every week. $15 the Insurance. "I should Bay thoy wero out of repair. Let tho horses go barefooted nwhilo in Snyder is a handsome bay, 131 hands There Is &uch a big holo in tho solo of tho summer if your ground will admit high, ami is a splendid mover. He was ROBINSON, ono of her shoes that sho loses her stock- of it at nil. It lets the foot recover its siied by Pftladine, ho by BysdykV. ing through it." Toxas Sittings. 10; dam by Seidey's Amcilcan Son of Wallace Denmark above; 1st dnm shapo and health. But if tho feet are by Miller's Denmark, he by the raco hoibc very brittle and tender great caro must Star; 2d dam by Crabtreo Bellfounder. Accouiitoil For. Snyder's dam. Joette, is bv Blood Denmark; his dam Florizol; 2d dam bv bo used. Chief 792, sire of Fannie Hobiuson 2:201. Montgomery's Oliver; 3d dum by Ol'd A nowspaper writer asks tho question, Cattlo usually very kind and gentle Blood Chief, by Blood's Black Hawk, prennon. Tom is a fino shaped horse, "Why is it that a young man will sit will bo seized with a sudden fit of frenzy dnm Mis Duucnii by Scott's Highlander, black with heavy mane and tail, 13 hands besido a young lady for hours nnd yet say hardly nny thing to her nil tho time?" if n dog comes about them, especially a grnndam by Aiatus.'.'id dam by Tlmole-on- . high: is a natural saddler and will desper-at- o him a saddle breeder. Blood Chief sited Woollev Jim, We venturo tho suggestion thnt perhaps strauge dog. They will mako a dash at the dog, nnd the person who 2:29, Fnnnio Bobinson, 2:201, nud Chief, he is too polito to interrupt her. Boston $8 the Insurance. 2:23L Blood's Muck Hawk sired the is in the way will bo upt to get hurt. Transcript (bun's of Von Arnim, 2:UM, and Ahnont, The schoolmaster has certainly been Stock committed to my care and breed-bi- g 2:2l5. and gmiulain of Belle Braslield, IVu tlio 'WHltfr. abroad in Georgia, whero it is said may Jr., will receive my personal attention. la it customary to fee the bo 6een in full bloom tho following 2:20, nnd Protieno, 2:18. Customer My track has bien improved nnd is ns Grass furnished nt reasonable rates, to bo waiter here? warning bign to the owners of stray cat- good ns nny track in the coun- paid for before removal of stock. .No reWaiter Yes, sir. tlo: "If nny uinnVi or womnn'a cow or try. Willhandlo and break horses ntlow sponsibility for accidents or escapes. Parting with stock forfeits insurance. Customer Then hand over your fee. bull gits into this j oro pasture his or rntes. Mares grazed nt $2 at owner I've waited for nearly an hour. New her tail will bo cut off, as the case risk. W. S. WIGIIAM. J. STEELE CARPENTER, York Herald Moreland, Kv 0 may be." Hustonville, Ky, J Wol-lord; catcd ot Columbus, and supplies n mimber of tho smaller hotels with goods, At Columbiui I went to seo n inelo-hodrama. It was called, "A Woman's Vengeance, or Tho Guilty Crime." It wns .1 thrilling piece. It supplies eleven distinct thrills and threo oppor-ma- n tunities to go out nnd get nn nnmlyno. Tlio heroino of tho play may bo f pen od in tho center of tho etngontnll times. That is how you know sho is tho star. Sho npiwars first ns a lowly girl in n gingham dress nud diamond ring. In this garb sho is lwtrayod and ruthlessly jollied into a bogus marringo with n low, coarso man, who laughs hoarsoly, spurns her from him, speaks conrsely through his hat and goes nwny. Sho then resolves to becomonn heiress. Her father dies on tho stage, losing his life and his artificial whiskors at tho His death leaves her same timo. wealthy, as her father, though jioor, has iuvinted a machine for boring holes in macaroni, thus reducing tho cost of its production over 75 jwr cent., and so tho girl, with entirely now clothing and n desiro for revenge, goes abroad nnd tho French language. When sho returns sho goes to work systematically to ruin the man who so ruthlessly jolted her affections and then went elsewhere. Sho goes into tho stock market and by means of a cheap boy, who knows how to buy in such a way as to inako money nnd yet ruin her old paramour, she has inside of a few weeks shaken Wall street so that it has to bo replninbed throughout, and then she gets tho job of doing it herself. Toward tho close of tho play sho gets reauy lor tuo denouement. If I over write another play I shall by all means havo a denouement. I did not think of it before, but it is certainly a good thing. All along through tho play sho is get ting ready and issuing invitations for this denouement It is very well attend ed, indeed, and passes off pleasantly. For the denouement sho changes her dress, appearing in scarlet plush cloak which envolois her entirely. Whon 6ho gets ready to forbid tho wedding of her old nnd tough lover, who has mado arrangements to innrry a stoop shouldered heiress whose family extends back among tho Ptolemys, sho throws this cloak aside ns n boy would cast aside his garments la'fore going in swimming, and stands before him dressed as sho was when he so basely wooed nnd then deserted her 1 hate a man who will do that and then brag bout it. A man who will basely deceivo a girl that way nnd then Inugh about it ought to be written up in the papers, and wns glad to see that tho play turned out that way. I always liko to seo a play liko that. It elevates me. Ono man was killed in tho play, but it was not so sickening ns somo denths aro 011 the stage. could havo made it more 6icl:oning for twenty-liv- e dollars. It is tho only weak placo in tho play. ob-o11 11 FRENCH Tho Cm COACH AND TROTTER. 1 Tlmt AVouIil I'roduco Perfect Cnrrlacv Horse. I have t jient somo years in collecting information about French coach horses nnd I am convinced thoy nro going to bo of great valuo to tho country, particularly as h cross upon trotting bred marcs of lino form and good breeding that nro not sufllciently fast to warrant their being bred to our fastest trotting stallions with tho hojK) of producing animals of extreme Fpeed. You know thero has Ir'cii a lack of effort to produco uniformity among our trotting families. The old saying "that tUy go fast in all forms" has led to tho indiscriininnto selection for breeding imrposes (provided they wero fnst) of males and fcmnles re gardless of their conformation, size and soundness. Tho result has been extremo sieed for short distances nt tho expense of size, elegance and endurance, the very qualities that ore indispensable in high class carriage horses. Tho French were wiser than we. When they lwgnn tho energetic effort for the production of speed they excluded from competition in public racos horses under a certain standard in height. This exclusion of small horses led to the production of larger ones, and in order to test tho endurance of they wero trotted distances of 2 j miles on tho turf. As tho government was a largo buyer of the most perfect, large, fast stallions, it became a patron of tho rnces as n menus of testing tho capabilities of tho stnllioii3 it desired to buy. Added to this tho fact that tho government would not use, nor allow to bo used for public service, any stallion that was unsound or that possessed n hereditary dise.iso, wo have on outlino of tho system that has given Franco n raco of carriage horses that for size, symmetry, endurance nnd speed, has no equal. It is true that their fastest horses nro no mntch, in n trial of speed, for a single milo on a hard track to our fastest trotters, but for two miles or more upon a turf track, carrying tho samo weight, our fastest horses are no match for theirs. Tho high kneo action and quick movement of tho French breed, that is necus-parfor great speed on tho turf tracks, is just the action wo desiro in our car riage Horse", wlnlo too low, long, mechanical movement of our trotters, by which they htniu that wonderful speed on a perfectly hard track, is objection-ubl- o in a high class carriage horse. Wo thus find in the best types of French conchers (the very qualities lacking in our trotters) uniformity, size, elegance, high kneo nction, endurance nud great sjioed for long distances. It is not surprising, then fore, that theso horses aro beiug sought after to breed on our American trotters. Cor. Breeder's Gazotte. y Tkeiwaallcat 69 rlr- aro Tory small, yet domci oll SIRED BY ON'WAKD CHIEF 4195. Tatt's I'ilU tucnttholarKT tar for thirty nhlohA By Onward 1 111, record 2 2.1, siro of 49 yean. liaro beenaopopi t com- Tholr alio oncf in 2 30 INt, alo 17 producing sons and 10 incndthrra for th oo of children producing daughters. and person with TTcaktouaach5. Jfc'or 1st dnm Lady Messenger, bv HutchinO son s Chief 12120; 2d dam Eliza Jane, (dnm of .Maud Messenger 2 are lnratuable m they the Other to assimilate, nourluli camobodyM by Gentle Breeze 3450, siro10),Mcrit22 37) tho of Pearl 30, nedpaxn off nntn rally without nnusea or erlplntr. lloth sizes of Tatt's nils m. iVc ; 3d dam Kitty IUvem, dam of Bertio are sold by all drujrclits. nose small. Cd Oirl 2 37, by Abilalhih 15. siro of Alniont, 1'rlco, 25c. Office, ai) Park l'lacc, '. V. Itelmont, &c; hli dnm bv Bed Jacket, sire of the dnm of Kentucky Wilkes 2 211, B? 'i".1?.1. WiIkes " "8 nml gnrndaai of ugar-coatlnir Tuffs Tiny Piso the Sick Headache fill In the World! Onward Messenger Stnndnid. Ilrct by Charles Dunn. I0I090 oAI,kcs' 2 22 i, tVe. S('S2 17J, Lizzie Wilkes horse. Will make a short scnon at our stable 2J miles west of Stanford, Bay horse, heavy mane and tail, with size, style and finish, nnd representing some of the best trotting families in the whole country. Should make a great stock At $10 to Insure a Mare in Foal. Largo Mulo Jaok, At SS to Insure. 10 At same place a I n J.A.&S.T.HAURIS. DR.MILES'NERVINE RED EAGLE. Standard. Foaled May 20, 18S9. Blood bay, black There Is nottitnR like the RESTOHATIVE NERVINE discovered by the great specialist. Dr. legs, mnno and tail, will be full 10 hands Miles, to cure nil nervous diseases, as headache, high nt maturity. the blues, nenous .prostration, eleepleeenees, Sired by the incomparable Bed Squirneuralgia, St. Vitas dance, His, and hysteria. Many physicians ns It In their practice, and say rel, the grandest saddle stallion on earth, the results aro wonderful. We bae hundreds of as his record will show. His owners, tho testimonials like these from dmgeists. "We have never known am thine like It." Snow & Co., Sy- Messrs. Owsley 0f Burksville, havo reracuse, N. V. "Eery bottle sold brines words of fused an oflerof 5,000 for him; stands nt praise, J.G. Woll. Ilillsdale, Mich. "The best 53o the season, cash in hand, and can not seller we tter had." Woodworth & Co., Fort Wayne, Ind. "Nenine sells better than anything accommodate half his natrons: sired In- we ever had." II. F. Wyatt & Co., Concord, N. If. Black Squirrel, he by Black Eagle, by Trial bottle and flnebookof testimonials l'REE at King A illinm, by Washington Denmark, druggists. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind TRL1X BOT1XE FREE. For tale by A. K. Penny, John I). Cattleman ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, Insurance Company, by dailies' Denmark, by the great race horse, Denmark, by Imp. Hedgeford. Bed Lagle s dam Bowena Webb Bussell. Stanford. one of the best walking animals on earth, having met nnd defeated nil the "crack'' A. G. Lanhan walkers of Central Kentucky, including stallions and geldings; by Funk's Sump-te- r Denmark, by Goddard's Sampler Denmark, by Washington Denmark, Ac. ou will sec from above thnt his breeding is gilt cdge-M- ii fact, he is a model general utility horse. Will serve u few ninres the present season nt my place, At S20 the Season. Money due at first service, with privilege of free return until colt is gotten. For fin titer information and extended pedigree, call on or address 10 E. D. KENNEDY, Hustonville, Ky. BARBEE&CASTLEMAN Commerce Building, Louisville. Agent throughout the South. 1 KIZiTC3- - : lrt'li Con for Lambing Time. 77. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agont, BOY. in, Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, ELKIN ir ti S-A-IM- XyM .1 in seu.-o- 1 a- one-ha- lf 1 x,E2s:bx7 262. thoi-otmhbr- . SILNTSrTIDIEIR,. TO INSURE. Hum-bletoni- TOJI war-ra- nt hnlf-mi- lo at,. - -- as fjfi Semi-Week- ly "jr ST InteriorJouknal May Stanford, Ky., W. F. WALTON. THE PEOPLE'S L. iK CHOICE. The kind and sympathetic express ions of our brethren of the press, both in their papers and by letter, together with the hundreds of letters received from 13, 1S92 other friends, who have tried to comfort us in our Rreatnnd overwhelming loss, and the tender words and loving acts of neighbors, have fallen like balm on our bleeding heart and made us feel that although our house has been left unto us desolate, wo are still not without loved ones. It is a comfort to know it in this lonely hour and our gratitude to those who have remembered us shall know no end. May Glod bless them all and kep from their lips as long as possible the wormwood and gall that must come to every one. al .f U I. ', s. fi &' - f. V r? - O. 0. Stkalky telegraphs from WashTub mass convention which meets ington to the Courier-Journthat sinco here has an important duty mijj? Watterson has opened up his lire on to perform and every democrat should f Is Extraordinary. Cleveland, Kentucky Congressmen are be present. We do not believe that the receiving letters from their constituents "furors democrats of Kentucky are to be led to show that the sentiment for the away from their first and only love by is not near so strong as it was. utterances, Is Receiving His .Mr. Watterson's CARD OUT anybody This is all bosh, printed for ellect. The and being for Cleveland over only result apparent here is that Cleveand everybody else, it is their duty to say AND BRING IT TO THU land's followers are more determinso. Our county should send its most reed than ever, for they are convinced liable men to represent it at Louisville, Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. that Mr. Wnttprsnn in nllmvinir lii. rwr- ' M men who will stand up for htm and stay sonal feelings to get away with his con A with him through thick and thin, unless satisfactorily than it has victions. He hates Cleveland and it is shown more Hill. ever been yet that he is not the proper man to nominate. The action of Michi"Wu feel especial interest in our worthy gan, Wisconsin and other States here- cotemporary, Mr. F. D. Spotswood, of And it will entitle you to io per tofore republican, show that the demo- the Harrodsburg Democrat, for district cent, discount on anything in our One of the largestand most complete stocks of Men', Hoys'and THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. crats are united in the determination to delegate and trust our county and othWool Dress Goods Department. Children's s elect Grover Cleveland, and with The Senate passed a.biU allowing a ers will instruct for him. Editors are of the country for him, it would not given to seeking the honors and lien on stud horses, jacks and mules. bs the sheerest cowardieo to throw him emoluments of oilice, nnd as Bro. Mrs. Mary Brown Russell Day wns d aside simply because New York has will-- e State Librarian by the Legishas labored for the party in seaRemember this offer is for I it. It is time the democracy had son and out of seasou, and is sound on lature. Ever broughtjto the East End of the county. Also a large and well The House voted 50 to 27 to continstopped putting its confidence in New Cleveland, it would be nothing more assorted stock of Custom-Mad- e and Eastern ue the J of one per cent, tax for the A. & York. She has fooled it often enough to than right to gratify hi ambition. I M. College, have taught it a lesson, and the nomibut it was reconsidered. When a New York World Reporter nation and election of Cleveland would The legislature wanted to repeal the also be such a lesson to her that she showed .Mr. Cleveland a copy of the pa- charter of the Louisville Jockey Club, For both ladies and gentlemen. Call and examine our stockj'bcfore would perhaps cease to dictate nomina- per containing Mr. Watterson'a wild but this was before the free passes were fnit lii,,itniT so imand asked for an expression from tions and try to rule th party purchasing your Spring Goods. --The House hasn't yet agreed to the! Gentlemen, it will pay you to periously. Let the people assert their him, ho simply said, "I have nothing to rights and if Mr. Watterson tries to force say on the subject." Of course not. Mr. Senate resolution to adjourn June 13 to examine our Cleveland to the rear or Senator Black- Cleveland is a statesman and a patriot, Octobers, hut it ought to. The body is burn attempts to get his cranky silver and will withdraw his name at the prop- doing nothing nnd the people would views endorsed by Kentucky, let them er time, if ho thinks it is to the interest feel better to get u brief respite from that i both be relegated to the extreme rear, of harmony and success of the democrat- $1,000 a day that it costs. position that at present seems eminent- ic party. Dr. Woods is right. He wants a bill ' a ly suited to both. passed naming specific salaries nnd pro Tiie Iowa democrats instructed their viding the incidentals which shall be alThe editors were royally entertained delegates to vote as a unit for Gov. Boies ) lowed the various State ollicers and State at Lexington and the city donned its hoi- - for president. They declare that the During the year 1S92 I shall keep constantly'on departments, and doing away with the attire to do it in. Everything was j(ns the paramount issue, but strangely hand a full and complete Of Dress and Summer stock of in use. His resolution done to add to their pleasure and the nnd foolishly, we think, fail to mention present system effect was adopted. to that meeting and the beautiful M Cleveland. The electoral vot is Mr. TinBley has introduced a bill memory for years promised the nominee of the democratic capital will linger in providing that all sales of real or perto come. All the papers read are highly convention, but this action does not sonal property made under order of spoken of, that of Mr. A. Y. Ford ou the geem to warrant it. court or execution where the amount in tendency of newspapers to become the Mas. Eugenia Du.vlap Potts has found volved exceeds SoOO shall be advertised slave of parties, and Miss Lila Bell's on At Si. 50 we can show you at My stock of in a newspaperin the county once a week 'What She Knows About n Country her "love work" in the Illustrated for three consecutive weeks before the special style in White Dress Shirts a new family journal issued at Newspaper," being especially praiseworC3COCXSS day of sale. The compensation shall handsomely embroidered. the Phcvnix closed Lexington monthly, at $2 a year. Wo thy. A banquet at not exceed SI per inch for the first inserIs larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of the very happy occasion. The officers have not seen a copy, but knowing that tion and 23 cents per inch for each addiAt 50c we have a number of prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas elected for the ensuing year are C M. the gifted lady never wrote an uninter- - tional insertion, the whole amount not Damon in charge. A. R PKNNY. Meacham, of the HopkinsviHe New Era, estini: line, we are willing to guarantee to exceed SO. The bill ought to become styles of Summer Crepe Shirts. that it will bo well worthy a place in ev- a law, but it will not. president; Mr. Sam J. Roberts, of the At 75c an elegant linen finish Mr. I. ery household in Kentucky. Lexington Leader, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Shirt. B. Nail, of the Farmers Homo Journal, New and Missouri both secretary and treasurer, by acclamation, Richmond will likely have a endorsed Mr. Cleveland and instructed Boys' Shirts at 35 to 50 cents. and Mr. W. B. Dodds, of the Scottsville track. for him. They all do one or both, ex.Dealers In. Sentinel, Orator for 1S93. Sam M. Gaines, A farm near Philadelphia sold for cept in the sinele instance of New York, of the Maysvillo Commonweal, was sewhere the machine is run by that rule over 31,000 per acre. lected as next year's poet. Two good work horses for sale. J. cr ruin and combine, B. Higgins, Stanford. Mk. Luciek V. Rule contributes an known as Tammany. Givens A Carter sold to John Mur interesting interview with Gov. J. Procphy 5 head of 700 pound cattle at 317. NEWSY NOTES. tor Knott, one of the most learned and Hard- -, Queen- -, Tin- and Glassware. DEPARTMENT. Johnson, of Boyle, boucht of West entertaining talkers in Kentucky. The A negro murdered n woman at Camimpeachment trial of President Andy den, N. J. to sell her body to medical End parties 30 head of fat cattle at 2J to 3 cents. Johnson and other matters are discussed students. . Spring cleaning over, you no Corn is as cheap as it was last fall. It in an interesting manner and the letter Charles Euibry Smith has arrived at is selling nt 32 per barrel. Richmond doubt have concluded to buy a Bhould be carefully read by all, the Washington and formally tendered his Climax. new Carpet. By looking over our young especially, since they will gain resignation as Minister to Russia. J. D. Jones sold to W. I Herrinu 3 much insight of the troublous times -- The Montana Republican Conven- milk cows for 3100 and a filly immense assortment you will find which tried men's souls. The governor, tion declared for free silver coinage and for 3125. it will be observed, thinks that Cleve- indorsed Harrison's administration. In .Superior City, Wis., they are land will be nominated and elected, an During the month of March forty building a mill that will make 0,000 barGarrard Circuit Court. other evidence of his good sense. Valuable Lands and Town Property. Farmers Hank it TnM Co . 1'lir., mrninst persons wtro killed by railroad acc- rels of flour per day. J. M. Phlllitis, Martini Phillips nnd S. idents this country and Giis McCormack told to Joseph Cof Tiut 13S.000 majority has had no jured. in Railroad Gazette. 193 peisons inH. Cook, Dviunilantfs. fey six head of fat butcher cattle at 2jc, Girninl Circuit (uur cause to felicitate itself oyer the adopNear Morrilltou, Ark., two persons and a voke of oxen for 3So. Wain II. Walker's Widow, Ac , rUlntlffs, a;alnt Ky virtue of a jtnljrtnent of tho Garrard tion of the new constitution and never Circuit Com 1, at in Atiril Special torm, Paltle Terrill, Ac, Doftndant were fatally injured by a cyclone, a "TickKentucky has a horse named ANDwill. The Frankfort Capital should like lMfJ, in tho above styled suit, I will Ilv virtue nfn Judgment of th? Gmruril Circuit monastery and churck were destroyed le Me" and Iowa goes her one better by Court at lt February lhealjftjkil to see it submitted to the people just ult, I will on one more timo. The men who opposed and much damage done to other build- naming one "My Doc Snyder." iflay 23, 1892, G. A. Lackey sold to D. N. Prewitt Juno 15, 1892, At 11 a. m. or thereabout, (beitif; the flr&t its adoption have lived to see thousands ings. At Toccoa, Ga., Town Marshal Car- his lambs for June 1 delivery at 6c and a of itB supporters adopt their views, and At if nVJoclc a. m or th"rplotit, H'll to thfi hleh-- day of the .May term, 1SI', of tho Garrard the late Lid Jor at public sell io is not yet a year old. Unlike another ter was killed by four negroes, whom he lot to be delivered June 25 at 51c. it Also a complete line of Mattings Wade M Walker In outcry at Countr, homeMendof county court) before the lil(.'het bidder at Ky , the folGarrard M. F. Elkin bought of George P. tho public outcry door low log Tract of Land and Town Projurty, viz: product of Kentucky, it uoes not im- discovered drilling into a bank vault. in Lancaster, Ky., the following describThe murderers were' arrested and they Bright a lot of fat shoats at 3 cents; of and Oil Cloths. ? Acre, upon which Tract No. t containing prove with uge. ed lot--, situated in tho town of Lancaster, brick eleguiit new there may be lynched. Grubbs a fat cow for330 and two of Capt. In addition, we can show you a home, with pxl outbuilding! and cpletidld Garrard county, Ky., on tho east side of his, of all kind The smaller packing-hsuse- a Mr. Watterson continues to issue of B. F. Powell for 355. tho public 6(tiare of said town: No. a contalm 156 Acre. from Washington that cago, that have oppojed the wealthy Large herds of cattle in Mexico are new line of Lace Curtains at 75c Tract N'o. 1 contains H?U Acre. Lot No. 1, upon which wan Inielv Tract se fint offered icparately The three Tract! will occupied an a drug store by Cleveland must not be nominated. The stock yards, have been absorbed by an offered for sale at So a dead. The San pair up. n whole and the bid or bldt accepted K. W. and thou a Lillard. thing is getting tiresome so we again in- English syndicate with a capital of 30, Angelos Enterprise says 1,100 worth that will realite the mint money Lot No. 1?, upon which was lately a Owing to the success of our AKat tho tame time and place the following sist that he come home and stop kick 500,000, and will do a large stock yards were recently sold at 34.50 a head. Lot No, lots in Klrkiville, Madlfon county, Kv o occupied by Logan A Krewcr. contaialug il4 Acre, upon which there l Z ing against the pricks. He'll have to and packing business The M. Smith Baughman is having a undivided interest In Lot dwelling ho,uo with goodlm- apleudld No. 3, tijKin which there is a e The attorney general has decided good ber.&on with his horses nnd jacks. double somersault more than on the uew moernenii 01 an Kinas, Acre, upon which there li now occupied by It. E. Mcltobcrts as a Lot No. x contains the first thing he knows or that the banks of the State must pav Up to date 1S5 mares have been served constitution a largo houe. drug store. : Lot No, 3 contains 3 Acres. eat crow morning, noon and night when their taxes for 1S92 on July 1, as hereto- and the season is not over. salo will be made on a credit ol 6 Terms. The the democrntic banner is again put in fore, but that thereafter they shall be as- and 11 months, the purchatcr being required to Will Matheny bought of J. W. Flow-er-a I will also on with appruvid security. jMyable to tho sessed 'as "individual property" and the Cleveland's hand. a bunch of hogs at 3J cents and of Master Commissloiur, having the force nnd effect May of a judgment, upou which execution may iwuelf tax collected accordingly, 1892, Pepples a lot of same at Misn ANDnot paid at maturity, and bearing 6 per cent Inter Mr. Pkttit's bill to fix the governor's; ..?. i ,.... . same MalinJa They averaged 150 pouiids, wu aimit-- i At 11 a. M. coll to iho highest bidder at " aa"ul est tnm day 01 sale until puiu ami price. salary at 30,000 with no perquisites was!. taluiil upon the property as addltlonul security for public outcry on tho premises tho followbor,r8 took a contractor who owed them K. A. Mr. O. J. Crow tells us that a standthe purchase money. rejected. The State would make money ing Tracts of Land, lying on tho waters of Master Com'r Garrard Clrcut lourt. money into the woods, where they pro- - ard bred Dictator mare of his and Matt Di.x Itiver. in Lincoln county, Ky.: by fixing the salary at 310,000 to cover Truer No. 1, containing 150 Acre, niteverything. As it is managed at pres- posed to starve him to death if they "Woodhou'a fine brood mare each drop woro not paid. Police rescued the pris- ped a fine filly colt by Jim Crow'a Beldwell. HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. on which thoro iB a good ent the people are fearfully gouged by oner, after n stubborn resistance. '"? 'V.".1,0' xvi,h Hd outbuildings aud mont Chief S0S9, this week. merchants, water companies, &c. Last week, we have concluded to splendid improvements of all kind. From 44 to 50 miner.--, are thoueht to William Moreland sold to J. S. OwsI offer for lent the House and Lot belonpln$ to Thact No. 2, containing 1(J1 Acres. nnd heifers at 3 continue the same1 for this week. Ihee.tateof Capt. Gaines Craiff,street, adjoining The Connecticut democrats endorsed 1,ftvt keen killed by an explosion of gas ley, Sr 0 short xeuuo: i uce sales win be made on a tanforo, Dr. J it. Owslev.cn iiustonville Cleveland aud tariil reform with great m 'oal mine at Roslyn, Wash. Four S7i. He bought of Emmett McCormack Don't forget the place of the Ky It has eight rooms, good well and necossary credit of (J, 12 and 18 months, in the purchaser being required outhomos. enthusiasm, but did not instruct their bodies have been recovered. Many of a bunch of butcher cattle at 3c; of Frank P. M. McROnKRTS, Agent, to execute bonds with approved aecurity, Stauiord, Ky. jg it delegates, all of whom prefer Cleveland, the miners leaVo large families in strait-Th- e Hunn a lot of shoats at 3c and of Mob-erlpayable to the Mastor Commissioner, havL,ov ing tho force and ellect of a judgment, free Bilvercoinugo and the Sherman ' ened circumstances and thore will be of the McKinney section, several much Buffering. upon wjtieh execution may issue if not butcher cattle at 3c. silver law were opposed. 1 WILL MAKE paid at hiaturity, and bearing 0 per cent, lue mi. bterlmg bank robbers have Derby over Bashford's Azra won the interest from day of salo until paid, and Tub foolish story Is telegraphed from oeeu lUentiued as Billy Burke, nlias "Bil- Huron and Phil Dwyer,timo2:41J, while THE LOUISVILLE STORE, with a lien retained upon Iho property as that Gov. Campbell has a ly the Kid," etc., known as the nerviest 20,000 people shouted themselves hoarse. Columbus, C, additional security for the payment of the From now till May 15th ptirnha-- o money. letter from Mr. Cleveland withdrawing bank sneak in the world, and Sonhin The distance is 1 J miles aud in the IS , AT : $1.99 : PER : DOZEN. Tho amount to bo raised by these sales 3u. the race In his favor and emphasiz- Lyons, the noted from sneatt years that tho Derby has been run, tho including costs, is $11,002 54. Itemember Jj is my regular price, lome now ing the importance of making the con-t- d thief and blackmailer. It is the worst time has been from 2:52 by Kingman It. A. KcrtsstUE, Master Com'r, and take advantage of the Io rates. pair in the couutry. Stanford, Ky. Manager, on the question of tariff reform. A. J EAKP, Stanford. down to 2:34 by Spokane. ir Garrard Circuit Court. wild-eye- d dis-pis- In Austrian Galacift CO persons wcro drowned by the capsizing of n boat. Between 500 and GOO nogro families, who have emigrated to Oklahoma, are said to be in a starving condition. John Mnllicoat and John Bailey fought at Jellico with knife and hatchet and the latter was mortally wounded. Omaha bankers and railroad men have refused to subscribe money to entertain the People's party National Convention, on the grounds that its principles are inimical to their interests. The governor has commissioned Judge W. L. Jackspn, of Louisville, to hold a special term of the Clay circuit cour(, Juu- - 22, for the purpose of trying John Audrew Wilson, indicted for murder, the regular judge having been sworn off the bench. The River and Hnrbor bill was passed by the House without material changes from the recommendations of the committee. It carries an appropriation of 521,300,000 nnd authorizes contracts for the completion of improvements that will involve the ultimate expenditure of 520.000,000 additional. The railroads have agreed to make n rate of two cents a mile for round-tri- p tickets for the summer. This rate is to be in effect June 15 and is not to apply to ordinary commercial travel, but to excursionists and tourists visiting the regular watering places and summer resorts in the North. -- D MIT HEAD THIS, WANTED. Five Thousand Ladies & Gentleman from Stanford Ard Lincoln County to call and examine the handsomest and cheapen line of WALL PAPER ever offered to the people of Central Kentucky At A. E. GIBBONS', DANVILLE, KY. But follow the instructions below, nnd it will leave your pocktjt-book- s in a better condition than you ex pect. Our inducement He can also furnish you the best PAINTS, OILS, VAKNISUKS, Ac, at low ai any whttttate houie In the State. I'eci'le desiring to do their own work cau always do belter by getting advice frera . in experienced and practical man, and Get your Combinations Complete and Save Money. This Week CIT THIS -- H.6.RUPLEY.-- W!sKtirlttt-Hr- Mg$ato Spring & Summer Goods AMHWU Hi 1 IJiUIUfiVWU uuub, MA I JUST RECEIVED, nine-tenth- Spots-woo- CJLOTHING, This Week Dnly. rnv-iug- s, ! W. E. PERKINS, Grab Orchard. j Immense Line A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER j tar-ida- y Blue-Gras- s SHIRTS. Drugs atid Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, JEWE3CRX , Ken-tuckia- n, WATCHES, & t; Hami-suik- e kite-shape- d FARRIS & HARDIN, - spoil-huntin- g CARPET Staple & Fancy GroceriesJust Received a Beautiful Line commissioner snic Commissioner's Sale. V Chamber Sets and Lamps. Elegant -- Patterns LOW PRICES. Wednesday, On Mondry, ct court-hous- e I two-ato- ilwr-lllng- . Tim store-hou- : store-botis- 1 one-tor- y one-ha- lf store-hous- . two-third- s Special ClofMnj two-ito- ry j -- Thursday, "'a 26th, Shoe Sale 15-t- d two-stor- i -- -- cqtialln-stallnieu- ts Leaders in Prices, CABINET PHOTOS penny-weight- er, JriLA. jl 20-t- d J. 'I ' tt M SMI "fl - rr t ( rm AifT"" S Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal New line of Zefcler shoes just received nt S. II. Shanks'. & V. H to ii est Stanfoud, Ky May 13. 1892 K. . Caufounia penchea below cost nt Ii. II. Wenren's. of all bacon and fenthers nt SEEJnmes Fryo at Hustonville market price paid for wool. ' Don't be carried offby advertisements of watches, clocks and jewelry at reducJ. S. Hughes'. ed prices. Itemember that I always sell and the lowest, no matter what others A. It. Penny. ad- E.o,WALTON,BU8,MnnoRer MEANS Plants tomatoes. kinds, early cabbage and 0. J. Xewlnnd. F. M. Wnre at McKinney beforo you sell vertise. your wool. A. T. Nunnellev. " SPECIALTIES FOR THIS WEEK. Twenty-fiv- e There nie numerous changes in the Q. A C. trains. BUSINESS. V. Wau, Roberts'. r.u-E- and pnlnta at n. Mc- Enqravino beautifully and artistically dono nt A. H. Penny's. Uuy your books and school supplies of all kinds from A. It. I'enny. Fiiksh Lnndreth Garden Seeds, in papers and in bulk, at V. 11. Mcltph-eit- s. Havk your watch, clock and jeweiry repaired at A. It. l'enny's. All work warranted. ItKMKMiiKit thatnll silverware, watches, rins, Ac, bouht at A. It. l'enuy's will bo enKraved freo of chare. PERSONAL POINTS. j Harve IIklm, of I'ineville, in town J. D. I'itman, of Pittsburg, wasiu town Wednesday. It. It., J. Ii. and Dick Gentky are in Louisville attending the races. Miu I. M. McItoiiKitTS went to Frankfort Wednesday on leal business. Miih. J. G. Kamsky, who has been sick for a number of months, is improving. Miis. J. E. Kahhis nnd Mrs. G. C. Keller are visiting relatives in Danville. Mies Hettik 1'a.xto.v returned to Lou isville yesterday. Hit brother, Mr. J. D. 1'axton, accompanied her. Mrs. J. B. Hk.oi.ns, who was tapped gain Sunday for dropsy, is doing well. K Over three gallons of water were taken from her. LonMrt. Joii.n I'sAliutho don merchant who writes such readable letters to the I.ntkhiok Journal, wan ou Tuesday's train bound for IOtilsville. Miss Linda Owsley has returned from It' A pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs. Manier nt Nashville. On her return she stopped at Knoxville, where she visited Iriunds. J. A. Cari'E.stkh, of I'erryvllle, was up Tuetidav to see his many friends. He is looking much better than when he left and it is evident that his new home agrees with him. Mr. J.T. Carson, of Lowman Sous te Co., Cincinnati, is at home for a few days. He has had great success as a drummer and evinced a businuss capacity of a high order. AnoirrSO little mihses, between the ages of three and eight years, nt'.ended thu birthdny party given by little MUb Wednesday "Mary 1W Mcltoberts, evening, and all had a good time. 1'isop. 0. It. llitocic w ill not tench in the Baptist College nest year, but mil commence the practice of Inn at the end of this session in London, in partnership with Mr. It. I). Hill, of this place. Williamsburg Times. A I'RIVate letter from Mr.T. F. Spink tells of the safe arrival of himself and bride at their homo in Needles, Cal., after n delightful bridal tour, which took in Florida, Mlsstriippi, Louisiana, Texas, California and Old Mexico points of interest. They were especially imprered with tbo latter country, which opened such n new world to them wide-awaku Caiiinkt photographs at Harp's at they pnt-$1.W per dozen up till May 15. schedule. SrEC'iAi. Attk.ni ion given to the Tin: weather has been cold onough for of all notes and accounts by Sam frot for the Inst day or two, but fortuW. .Menefoo. nately clouds prevented it from nipping Born, to the wife of County Clerk G. the young plants and buds. -i B. Cooper, on Wednesday evening, a The citizens of Slielbyvllle lmve regirl. This makes his fifth child. raised $500 foi its base, ball club, which Blue Grass League. . Tiik little child of Mr. and .Mrs. Joel is n member of the About I75 has been subscribed by our T, Kmbry, which was born dead, was All persons having claims ngainst the estate of W. G. Hubble, dee'd, will preburied in Bullulo Cemetery Wednesday. citizens to the Interior Journals. The L. A '. hns reduced its rate to 52 sent them properly verified to M. J. Wool 100,000 pounds wanted and, nt on the 'excursion to Louisville, which Hubble, ndm'x, or L. F. Hubble, for payhlghe.--t cash market price. Will have leaves hero at 7.0-- a. m. Sunday, May 22. ment. All persons knowing themselves ncents at Paint Lirk, Lancaster, Mc- - The drawing card is a game of ball be- indebted to said estnte will pay the same Kinney and Hustonville. bee them be- - tween the Cincinnati's and Louisyilles. to C. Bishop or L. F. Hubble." ore you sell. A. T. Nunnelley. A dispatch from London saya LeonThe buttons that were on the overcout Tn kiii: are n great many tires occur-in- g of Mr. Hugh Caldwell, who came from ard Patrick, the young man who killed nt Middleiboro ami the property Lisbon, Ireland, 150 yearn ngo, nre now his sister in Manchester Sunday evenburned is usually pretty well insured. iu the possession of his grandson, Mr. E. ing, has been arrested and locked up. who is charged with Wo do not make any charges, but that's B. Caldwell, of this place, nnd were The hiring her son to kill his sister, was wav to iret rid of it. about the best prompted to do so upon the suspicion of shown to us yesterday. with her her We desire to say to our customers In the Pineville election C. W. Short, father. whose accounts are past due that while the prohibition candidate for city judge, wo have been very lenient in the pnM, defeated Gus Smith, thu liquor man Resolutions on the Death of Mrs. Kate Walton. the time has now come when we must Tlie council is three to two republican. The Kentucky Press Association, iu have our money. Prompt payments will Several fights occurred and Joel Smith session at Lexington, adopted the followsave costs. Sine A Menefeo was shot in thu leg by Policeman Par-ti- n. ing resolution on motion of Mr. T. II. col-lecti- See Mb pnge for time Junction City under the new " House Paintinh and Decorating. Jesse C Ramsey takes contracts for all kinds of pnintingand guarantees satisfaction. Prices to suit the times. Orders left at A. It. Penny's will receive prompt " attention. ... Thanks. Stanford has a base ball team which calls itself the Interior Journal. If its success is anything like that of its namesake, they will down everything they run against. The Interior Journal always does. Barbourvillc Herald. Satin finish; all on dozen assorted Towels in Huck, Knotted Fringe and Our : Cheap : Counter, And when goods are placed there they must be sold. The best White and Neglige Shirt ever offered for 50 cents. A lot of Renfrew Ginghams at 8c. A lot of Hamburg Edgings at 10c, unsurpassed. A lot of Gloria Tissues at 10c, worth 20c. m9-- A Special Sale in GENTS' PANTS. m We have too many and must move them. We have added to our stock a new line of Crepons in colors and black and a line of French Diagal Whip Cords, the newest and best Cords on the market. A good stock of Straw Hats and a new line of Men's Shoes Cuts, Kangaroo and Light Calf for Summer. Everybody will do well by coming to see us. JT. in Low step-moth- er, step-daught- S. HUGHES. SPRING CLOTHING ! OUR STOCK TiiERn are 20 stores in Stanford where and Mrs. G. C. Keller, groceries are on sale. This is a pretty rocknway, while going to the depot, on the hard pike and under the wheels but large number for the nze of the place, fortunately only a thumb wai run over. but even that number will be augmentStrange to say, thu little one did not ed when the water works electric lights, Ice plant and street cars get under good cry. m .i Little Joskimiink, the daughter of Mr. fell out of tW headway. Tiik Confederate soldiers of this county are talking of having a reunion at this place during the month of June. There are only about ,"0 iu the county nnd they nre desirous of meeting once more before this mortal coil is shullled olL To-nkjii- t. v No Snow Owing to the dif ilculty in getting the troupe together nnd for other reasons, the entertainment to have been given by the ladies of Danville for the beneilt of Trinity Lpiseopal church at Walton's Ojern House, to night, ha been indefinitely postponed. Keetinu Tiikiu Hands in. Messrs. W, P. Pike, Superintendent, and Master ". Mechanic J. G. Cliilbrd, of this division of the L. A N., d not mind turning their NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. hnnds to work w hen they want to Wed nesdny afternoon they came up from THE STANFORD Rowland ou nu engine with Mr. Pike nt Co. the throttle and .Mr. Cliilbrd acting as fireman. Both of the gentlemen are exHas contracted withrctpontiblc The Altamont and Manchester rail- and will have the Ice and Electricfirm lor Its plants 3 Plants complepert engineers nnd hnve served their ultimately to open up a ricli min- ted in about sixty dars; the Water I'laat soon afroad, time on nu engine. AT. imi count rv tbroiiL'h Clay. Perry, Letch- - terIno'terto place inditldual contracts in ad- for Tuu following is the list of I.vtckior er, Pike, &c.t is being rapidly graded by vanre the Water and Electri: Light, the Company following Necessary water pipes will be laid, connected to JofitNAL players and the positions its projector, Col. C. Crooke, tho pioneer mams at actual cost lor pipe and work. and pro I) coal operator in Kentucky. In speaking that the club will have tic trie wires put In and necessary fixtures free ot charge ably during the season: George L. Pen- of tho initial work the London Echo's To be of bet quality and guaranteed togle field; J. E Thinner, short correipondcnt says that Mies Celia satKfaction. ny, centre The schedule of adopted ratts is from 15 to 50 stop; J. P. Cummins catcher; V. John, Crooke, a bright and handsome young percent, lower than is usually given son, pitcher; T. A. Rice, 1st base; Will lady of just 11 summers, with pick and Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. Hevill, 2d base; lieorge McRoberts, M shovel in hand, wan given the honor of S j 00 wheeling out the first DvellinK of 3 rooms, one faucet bM; Hob Davison, left field, Clarence of loading and 50 additional reom full of earth, when the field Remember that our 00 Stucky, right Each additional faucet CITY AND VICINITY. 5 00 lfcinks and Private Office!, t laucet Coolers, namch'tkes are open for challenges. workmen went to work in earnest to dig Stores, private, one tautet 3 c0 Haths, 5 lor Soua Watkii at W. Ii. McRoberts'. the tunnel through tho hill. Col. Crooke Hose attachment ono sprinkler J animal private, May Pahty. A young lady contrib- is one of thu most indefatigable men in Stables, additional nnimal c Each millet seed for sale at J. 11. utes the following: "The children of Gkidian tlieStntoand his enterprising qualities Foster's. Electric Light Rates. McKinney had a delightful picnic near know no bounds, consequently all who For commercial use: Tiik Danville nnd Providence Sunday-school- s the Presbyterian church, presided over know him feel assured of the ultimate One arc and three 16 c. p. incandescent lamp Sjo ro The oflicers perjear will give a joint picnic Saturday, bv Dr. Moore and agisted by his succes-- of his undertaking. For 6 c. p. each incandescent light, per mo, daughter, Miss Ettie, and Mrs Iiibb, of of tho road are O. Crooke, president; F. 66 'Jlst. 75 Philadelphia. Thu children enjoyed E. Sampson, secretary; A. M. Crooke, 63 A. R. Penny has purchasud a $700 bo themselves hugely and the tables were are kj. arouse, treasurer, l lie directors For Residents Use: da water fountain and will have it iu op- bountifully supplied with good things fo F. E. Sampson, A. M. Crooke, E. Wood-al- l For it i6 c r incondescent lamp per mo . 43 " eration in a few days. . provided by the uood people of the ' " W. P. Crooke. We wish the ii 35 and v .. .. 4lh.. .. 35 unbounded success. 20 ' John Tkayloii has completed his dis- neighborhood. MifS Carrie CotJey was For each additional " Forturther information, apply to Gilberts Creek and will com- crowned (ueen." tillery on S.C we copied a J W HAYpEN'.Sup't, In our issue of May 0th mence distilling in a few days. I.INNIUTTA Sl'MMtH. W. C. news item to the effect thttt the George9 And the wool better. Dip your Sheep just after shearing. Gitoi'NU for tin water works was bro- Mir her. A. A. iJuiin nnd (.nut. Thomim town water and electric plants had been m. Engineer E. Richards have leased Ltnnietta Springs, sold publicly for debt and brought only ken yesterday at 7:10 a. Two and a half gallons of Dip to ioo gallons of water will dip 150 W.Smith want the exact time speci- at Junction City, and will open up in $a,525 a loss of S30.475 on first cost. lino style June 1. Capt. Richards, the This report startled those who were fied. Sheep. na o! w ' host, will be manager, and thinking of investing in a similar enter- HaUni;hou8ht out the Jewelry McRoberts, the drujeist, lam ve'linc out Mock Wkss Pautin, a Bell county touh, everything will be done for the comfort prise, and Mr. J. W. Hayden was at at reduced rales to make room for an eutire new shot at J. II. McCarty. of Jellico, a nnd convenience of the guests. These once sent to Georgetown by tho direc- line All eaxls artUtlcally brother of W. L. McCarty, of Kinps-vlll- springs are easily reached from all points tors of the Stanford Water, Light & Ice .GO TO. for some fancied insult, but McCarand its variety of mineral waters makes Company to investigate the matter. He ran him down, arrested and turned it a most valuable sanitarium. We have has now returned and after thorough inty no doubt that the gentlemen will make vestigation reports as follows: The him over to thu oflicers. 9 i the place shine as never before. Georgetown were sold to settle plants at iKKKLsafeinsayinKthatlhavothemost ni t : V wjuuh m uvcu iucu- Mil. E. P. Fostkk succeeded while a (USpUieU Claim, completo 6tock of of millinery poods evto judgment in tho absence from the er brought to McKinnby to which I cor- here in organizing a branch ollice ot the ed "Model Grocery" for State of all the directors, there being ondially invite the ladies to call and exam- Covenant lluilding and Loan As&ociation and the debt was not lv three of them, ine beforo purchasing as I am sellinfj at of Knoxville nnd disposed of lltli shtres in charge, M. V. Tabler, of stock. G. R. Cooper was made presi- paitl by the superintendent reduced prices. Mr. ho had funds to do so, because McKinney. dent, W. W. Withers, vico president, though no authority from the board. In- Thoroughly Repaired on Short1 W. U. McKinney, secretary and treas- ho had persons interested in fancy work urer, and Judge W. E. Varnon.nttorney. stead of selling for $'.),o'2o, the plants est Notice. All Seeds nto invited to call at W. U. McRoberts' The gentlemen composing tho board of were really e,old for $11,225, because the s store and seo the allegorical and symbol directors are as follows: Dr. J. G. Car- s.Uo was made subject to a bonded of $37,700. By reason of a ical piece of work on exhibition there. It penter, Dr. W. P.. Penny, Dr. R. C. Mor-gaof tho ladies of the Episcopal fight made on tho 'electric lights is tho work Dr. J. M. Craig, J. T. Ulankeuship, bittor If jou wish toenirty the "out door' life to the by the old Gas Company, tho electric mission here and tho proceeds from it R. G. Jones and James Milhurn. fullest uxtuit, ridna nil, but was so plant was not operated at will ?o to the mission nnd its pistor. 9 . . COLUMBIA OR HARTFORD The Stanford Water, Light and Ico much tlead capital. Notwithstanding DKUER W1111.U riding in tho knobs a few days Co. has gone to work in such works were prosperous way as this the water -- : BICYCLE. o. the horse of Mr. George Crabtreo to leavo little doubt of the final fruition on.i mirniii n nerfoctlv sttisfactory divi-And Countrv Pr. due. of tho rider's legs tin of our hopes in that direction. Mr. B. lritid for the stock holders. This, too, fell. catchitiK one The (olumbms tcowell known to need our not . Ol EUOUI a'lri' IW-- J .. I'l'CIIC II Jl OlwnW Mm mid breaking it just below the J. C. Howo has returned from ludianap-oil- s in fllCO Of the fact Hint ill LseorneiOWU thepe"0pior mi I KK and vUinity He Ii offer- recmmeudation. Ihe Hartford ,s Stanford furni.h all who want bo1 equaled at the prUe Weforjiio. it thin old gentleman is in ids 73d hill to fiv. mi unh.rd of ltersalns and prues knee. The and yesterday was busily enedgd tho wnter h.lS 10 UO lorcctl.up Pneumatic Tires e,Ki, , tru,iimet possible is little year and tho doctor thinks there with Engineer E. W. Swith laying oil try part Of tho town, requiring 73 pOtiniU him n Lojan Avenue, near Lancaster pike, ao WE SUPPLY EVERYTHING NEEDED M or no chanco of tho bones knitting. the grounds and preparing to unload pressure to tho iucli, while hero tho con-- "' BICYGLIHC. C0NNEQTI0N1WITH TO jT&rJUOrS. that have beeu ordered from ro Uitionsaro reversed ami a pressure of Owing to a failure of tho 0. S. and L. , am ABCn77S7ThJ ( etebnted sponsible parties and ho promises to 45 pounds will be ample. On tho whole Write us when you ned & N. to mako connections at Junction at ueorK'o. DeeHnfr . Harvesting : Company, atiything. repairing. City at nljrht, mail from Cincinnati have them in working order within CO tho status of tho enterprise days. Tho rates fixed for water and town atlbrds encouragement rather than Aml offer ,heir Machines to the people of Lincoln now comes to tills place via Llvinirston is being county Th.ir uder. art nneweilea d"Wr G. M. ALLISON & CO., m. instead of lielita aro lower thsiti in any nlneo of tho discourai:emeut. The stock hero and reaches here at 12:29 .. . ...... uy .,.....,!., Ln.lnn.o the maricci. .... s cp - ",' "' Vr. .."" "' ... taKeu i... cuusniim IB!.. ...!.. uro wuuin me reacn rapuliy 448 WeatMaln Street, aho uuvion 1:13 a. i., as of old. Tho Legislature hizo ui oinuiurti iiiiu before "a,'OHMCan! f,r,t of all. Seo schedule of them in another men and the enterprise seems at this , ought to pasa a law requiring roads to LOUISVILLE, - - - - KY. Stanford, Ky. column. writing to bo a uxed lact, mako connections. for beating Itobert taking his horse Ilichnrd Itobmson and and buggy from him because ho had beaten him in a horse trade, was tried beforo Judge Carson, Tuesday, and held over till circuit court in SK)0 bond. David Dutton, colored, for being drunk on the streets, was fined ?J and costs iu the same court. .9 Collision. Freight train 152 and the work train collided near Brodhead Tues day, badly damaging both engines and knocking several cars oil" the track. The collision was caused by Flngiunn Hudson of the work train failing to obey orders concerning the flagging of train :52. TomJIurley was engineer on 32 nnd Pope on the work train and fortunately neither ot them were hurt. Only n year ago Hurley had a collision near theeamo spot and made a marvelous escape fiom besng killed. Held Over. iud Morris, of the Jessamine Journal: Ruler of the Whereas, the Universe has called from earth to heaven the immortal soul of the wife of Mr. W. P. Walton, editor of the InteriorJourdraining the nal, and that he is dregs of this bitter cup, depriving the Kentucky Press Association of his presence nnd counsel; theiefore be it Resolved, That the President of this Association convey to him assurances of our deep sympathy for him iu his bereavement, expressing the high regard for himself and the departed companion felt bv the members of this association, and that in testimony of our esteem this preamble and resolution be entered in full upon the minutes All-wis- e to-da- y IS COMPLETE And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have Ever Seen in Stanford. All Styles and Colors of m Mr. W T. Crawford, of Jellico, and Miss Mary K. Moore, of Richmond, were married a few davs ago. L limit tie, the drugsl't, desires n to publish the fj'lnwinp ttMimony, nt he hanJIfthe rnnelv and N l'C e it to be reliable "I boueht a Vc Kittle' TC lutr.brrUlu s J'aln Halm ind applied it t my llmbi, wh th hae been i.ffli ted with rheumatiim Inter all (or one year At the time I bought the 1'ain llilm I as unaHe tn uik. I truthfully iiv that 1'im Ralm ha completely can .Mr 1' H Holywod. Kan cured " A II ihe leading drusgut at Holy wood, vouihci f r the truth of thealxive. MRterrent. Pr M Cassimeres, Worsteds and Home-Spun- s. Please Examine and Price Them. M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. ... Water, Light and Ice E!AKrABIUE! simsssssbsssssssissssissssssssssssssssssssssss (filMDDS m orTi-r- s to-di- ed B.K.&W.H. Wearen's. Traces, Collars, Pads, Haines, Leonard Refrigerators, White Mountain Freezers, Water Etc. Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, s E.-u- wheel-baaro- 1 CO . Sxi.eex Cures Scab and Itch, Kills Ticks and Lice, JLXT e 1 22-- tl Makes Your Sheep Healthier MoKXNITEY . m DfflYoa Notice It? ml well-know- n BROS. e, EngravedFreeofCharge m Watches, Clocks m m xss. ?sa.' h b'T3 '. I.1BIM ) . w,wiww - ! Jewelry N. Y. Seed Potatoes, Red and White 1 Onion Sets, n, B. H. DANKS. C. X. FQW3SX.I,, - Landreth' in Bulk and Ferry's Garden and Packages; also Jloes and Rakes. j 9 . 11 n-- 1 General Merchandise, ,t, . ' the-plan- ts 1 " Mi First-cla- ss I ,:.:... "'"" fPmm n ..M T" '' V S fe $$k Pml rfsg H Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa. Steed. Combined Stallion, Style Lexington Denmark, the reason of lS92nt "Travelers' Best" farm, near Shelby City, ky HI "Will mnTie . Charley : San&idge, . -- BELMONT CHIEF. 8689H Registered as Holt Link. Sired by the Great DEI.MONT 64. tleltnont has sired Sire of Nutwood, the gr.'alcM living Ire, bavin j 771:30 performers to his credit 37 performers with records Irom 2:13)., to a'jo. His daughters haie ij pe'formers ta trwlr credit by Contractor toll, slrvof Dr. Wett 3.17ft,, and the'slre uf the dams o( 1 dam, Uettie Klnkeud a m perlormers by Jim Monroe jj. son of Alexander's Ahdalkih sire sf Lady Mnnron a dam Kitty lutes a ir.l, Monroe Chief a.il)f nud 7 others iit.i.ja. Full sifter D Monroe a as by Duvall'a .Mambrino. 3 dam by Ihciroiijjhbicd sun of Whip. ., 4 dam Contractor, the sire of lielmunt Chiefs dam, was sireil by AJav, full brother to Oranje Girla:ts. by Ilambietonian 10 Aini ttrrd Apple Jack a 18 and oothurn In a.jo ht Contractor's Rrst dam. Lady full brother to ('odley, by Urecn'a llnuihlt-tonian- , olunteer und iciitlnel; second dnm, Lady Van Itautin by Abdnlluh 1 lrc of Ilamb etonun 10. Ilelmont Cluet traces live timtMo llainbletoiiian 10 -- four times through h dam ami once thrfruch his sire He also combine the blood of Mumbrino Chief and American Star It will thus be seen fMimllcs, Considering the concentration that llelmont Chlet come from thenreatett of speedy bloed. site, style and action, there Is no doubt about the results ta be obtained lis bitdln2 to him. Terms, $GO to Insuro n living colt. apcec-producic, - $15 to Insuro a Living; Colt. it-- 2 MkT. A first clan saddle horso nnd n No. i breeder, will stand the remainder of the present season at my place X Arthur Sims 3041. Sired by Gen. Knox 2 SI, trial 2 24, dire of the dam of the great Monbars 2 10, the in the world. next fastest Wire of Lndv .Maud 2 18 (tho dnm of Monbnis 2 10); Uculnh 210, Camera 2 19 J, Independence 2 21, Knox Boy 2 23 J, Peaceful 2 20, Gilbreth Knox 2 20 (sire of 5 and the dams of 0 in the list) Gen. Washington, sire of Poem, o years, 2 10, Sec. 2 19J, Presto, W years, 2 22, and n large Blackwood 74, by Norman 25, sire of and representative list too numerous to Lulu 2 143. May Queen 2 20, &c. Dam mention. by Mambrino Chief. 1st dam Lady Arthur by Bourbon Chief "Lexington Denmark is claimed to be 383, sire of Calm ar 2 22 and tho thins of one of the handsomest and most beautiAltn 2 23, Fullerton D. 2 1PJ. Picknrd ful horses in Kentucky. He is fashiona2 18 and others. 2d dnm Lilly Arthur bly bred in saddle and Hotting lines, is a by Littlo Arthur by Imp. Glencoe. 3d grand saddle horse, a fine galled trotter, dam Lilly Hartley by Marco. and goes the gaits naturally. He has shown a 2 50 gait, both racking and trot$15 to Insuro. ting, without any preparation. He from the "highest class of saddle and premium horses in Kentucky on his sire's side and his dam represents some of Sired by Metropolitan 1372, sire of the the best trotting families in tlionholo dam of Collinwood. 3 years, 2 22, and oth- country. This combination produces the ers, lie by Ilambietonian 10, dam best combined horses in the world and (the dam of Mecca 2 27 and Clara those which command the best prices in the dam of the great Dictator and Dexter all Eastern markets. Any one will have 2 17; alo the grandam of Princeton to see him to appreciate his greatness. Euclid 2 23J) by Volunteer, sire 2 19J I will also stand the splendid young jac.t of St. Julien 2 11 nr.d Gloster 2 17. 1st dam Lady Welch by Win. Welch, sire of Prince Imperial 2 22$, Jeremiah 2 21, the dams of Peraica 2 22 and Conner Imp. Hidalgo is 5 years old, black with 2d thin by 1 13, half mile, as a yearling 15 hands high and will Monte, son of Wagoner. 3d dam by WYg-one- r. white points, stand at $10 to insurca living colt, due Oct. dam by Imp. Tranby. 4th 1, 1S93, or when mare is parted with. $15 to Insuro. Lexincton Denmark's fee will be due ,?r "Will receive at "Maples." 2 miles south when colt is foaled or mare is parted with. of Lancaster, from March 15 to July 15, Mares kept at $2 per month, at owners' T. A. ELKIN, 1892. risk. I solicit a cloo inspection of my 14 Lancaster, Ky. I. S. TBVIS, stock. S Shelby City, Ky. es He is a blood bay, loj hands high, left jjy' To Insure a Living Colt. iA.YI hind foot white, heavy nmuc and tail, - ?MP Payable when the coll Is foaled May, 188. fouled He was tired by the groat premium sadSired by Saddlewood. dle Million, Second Jewel. Ham Kowetwi Webti 1st dam by Smith's Alniont, sire of Ka- Rursrll, one of the bet mates on catth, by Funk's Sumpter Denmark, &c tie Howaid 2 1!)J. Charier is a bright Say, with white feet, full tjH 2d dam by Lord Wellington. hands high, fine carriage and con all the units to Saddlewood, a grand saddle horse, wa perfection. K. D KENNEDY, Hustonville, Ky by Wildwood. 1st dam by Star Denmark, the winner of 100 premiums; 2d dam by an imp. saddle stallion; 3 d.m by Vetch's Ilambietonian. Wildwood wa bv Blackwood 74. 2 31, sire of Blackwood, Jr. , 2 22 J; 1st Standard Kule dam Kato Messenger, by Messenger, Jr.; Mack stallion, i6Li hands high, foaled in iSS 2d dam by Davy Crockett, Jr.; 3d dam by bred by A Cioldsmith, Orange county, New York.3 hired by Castellar to6a Brunswick, son of Sumpter; 4th dam by First dam Wobum Maid, by W'oburn 391 'the Davis Ilambietonian. dam of Carver 1 a?1., ad uatn by a Mambrino Smith's Alniont bv Alniont 33, sire of horse, 3d dam by Mambrino Messenger. Westinont 2 13J Fanny Witherspoun lastelltr loci oy oiunteer 35, sire 01 at. J utien At Ton Dollars tw- - ig-i- 5f5 scaXawB Season 1892. Ed. Barlow 2375. stj-;m:.a.ct a !- Htice record Woburn 14a by Hambletonian 10: 1st dam Miss Full brother to Contractor 1 lr lUy stallion, fonltil l.M-o-, 10 hands. Cooley by Telegraph 391, ad dam the dam of Geo lly Sl'LTAN, the sire of Stamboul 1 ti and ae others In 1 us Cftilcy by Friday by Ovrrland, thn lre of the dams Siri'd by Abdullah .Mitnihrino, the sire of Dam, Madam Harding, the dam of Contractor a 11, Ed Itarfow wilt stand the season of 1S92 nt my ol Contractor a a), Lagrnne 114, What lioi7,'c, etc IUr'r. ttj. ll.ild Chief, thv sire nt the grrnl (ieneva S. '.' Heltie Jones Ulj Soto , nv btevens stable 314 miles Irom Stanford on the New White bnxul mare Minnehaha, the dam of lleuutlful Hells a so1, and 4 others In a 39; 3d dam. Kntc 'Litnir, by '2 '.'OJ. MHttle II. 'J S. and 13 others. Oak and Dix Itiver turnpike, near DidJerar's .Mambrino Chlel dnm Ella Hopkins tthf dim if !) better Mill, at Sulniarch is a beautllul brown, ift'j hands bfcfiT foaled S"r Htnl by I L K'". Los Atigclos, Cat. than J3ii. by (XtariMin) sire of tho dam e lll serve a Iltultcxl number of mares at $40 to IntsUro, or 5'JS tllO soaaon. a tt!4, etc; tst dam Miss Noduie by Hammond, son of Potter's Clay; ad dam Wells' Star, dam of Artillery a at'f and Modesty a a6, by American Star 14; 3d dam by Demand. I!y the Kindly SUI TAN, irc ofStambnul i n and 6tthers In jo Itst. ny urn nam, Laj iiunian line 51 j ine sire oi 71 in tnc list by Nifht Hawk 5I4, siteol Ked Cross a j4Hj, Mlnnm Warreo 1 17 and the dam. Josie. y. a so. anu 5 oiners in Ileeerd i;jo4 anmsci r.u nnnn 7 ..by Vermont Hero 111 sirenf Lady M a to and the damsef Oen. Smith x t$U 3 dam etc , amti me m uen. Knos, lire el Hauler itoy 1 a,, tirnwn hick a Lady Maud a it1,. Camors a ly',, lleulnh a ip!, Indcpemlencu a Jljf- - !. uv .Mauu, ine nam 01 .1 nnars y o. rrcoru 1 104 Vermont Hero by Sherman s Illsce Hawk 141, dam by Liberty, son of Utshop's H.imMetonlan, oy Imp. .Messenger. PrlVfttO Stnlllon iji nm STOCK 10-- DANVILLE, KY. u lt j'4, The following standurd-bret- l trotting stallions will innke the eaon at my farm two niifes south eHt of Danville: Quinine S. 11048. 1), 1 rrr $10 to Insure a Colt 4 Months old J P CROW, McKlnnoy. Ky - of Win Wyandotte 5526. Ily-anci- th I u ill also stand at the same time and place my young jack, JOE E3IBREE, At 1$ for a mare and $o for a horse colt, to 4 BELLE VUE BY ALCYONE 2:27. (SireofMcKiuney a:iV, chamninti the a of George bon -:- - STOCK -:- FARM, Slngerly -' lil; 2d dsm Molllo inlrvv hv A vent s Aline (the iro of Nora (J. 3 2" Httd Win .ingfrly 2 1(1). '- $26 THE8EA8ON. months old. insure Season of 1892. Mandard ami Rfglslcred a JiH, sire of 6tnthe '30 list at I yesn oW.) Granville Smith 11049. Chetnut stallion, fi.aled 1SSS, KHmiiiN. Slrwl liy ( I'.OIny 2 is. hire of Clorino 2 2JU. Springilny ' 2tl mid Conner 2 21J. lot dnm Ella HopViiw (the I x of (leueva S. 2 1J, Mattie II. 2 'J.I nnd (juiuliif S. 2 2"J by Oclaroon; 2d dam Mollie Win-freby Avettt'i. Alme. 1 y, In I a ri.,1 del: a vetn old list Octolier. about It hands high, bit; bone and heavy body and has proven himself to be a jjootf breeder. Money due on nil seasons when colts are four months old. Mares traded or removed Irom the sounty forfeits insurance. Call and examine ray stock before making your selection. 4 (Fullbrether to Qujrtermattcr C. M.SrOONAMOUE. Imported Hidalgo. The Magnificently Ilreil Saddle Stallion, EAGLE "Will : BIRD, low-pric- e stallion race record, and twenty-fcs- tr 4year-ot- d Mhers ) Wilkes 31 and famous Alma Mater, Ham nl Alcyone t ; lth 13 In list) A bran a a a ; Almatcr, public trsal t ijV,; Altme pufe Aliueier S , Alicia tara aj (40 in list Arbiter $120 THE SEASON lie trial a 15. These stallions will nlek with the mares Alma Mater Is the only mare living or dead who has produced three sons that have each sired a hore with a record 01 a 13 or iietter. of thin section and get both tlie speed iiuti ... .by Sentinel V, sireef Von Arman a io',. Vivamllere . 1st dam Qui Vive il, the sire and 7 others in a 30 and better and dams f Cypress a si, style from ilium. i?w the Mock before dam of Quartcrmaiter a booking your mnie. , ofhunlev',1 a aolj, Nyania ( ajo Quattermaster 1 ra'lsire f in llsll Consul aas,Car 1 Quarter Stretch () J ai)'-,- , Lenox 3 tie Walton a 13, Lillie C. J 11H1 Ac, A. Dinville. 1 J a 9H. ,llue I,e,l J t Lessee (4) ar, ai't W.js-MITH- make tho present reason at the stables of his owner, 2 miles west of Stan ford, on the Shelby City pike, at the of a by l'rgtHdl 77, site l dams of (juartermatte dam Misie WMkcs 6 in list LascanlU a JjVj, King damnf Cascanlla aisS, King Wilkes a n'i (sire ot umer N. 3 10); 1, .Aim- uilvcr N a iok, .tianie wiikes ij. A ntc a a,. a tt) (re i'.,(seo el K telle, trial 2 trial l as. nd Mnturosc, tlie sH'eily and premium colt of 'sm 11V MAMURINO Dl'DLUYa i,4. Slrwl by y.ilertinli Gulililu.t 1(H) (by (.uliliIiKt l'K). hv Vermont Morr-m..by Clark Chief So, sire ofCrosic a i) and J others in y and better aud dasasnf Masai ('In.. a n1,, v.oraiuio a lySj anu iirwrs in a ja 4HJ letter. 5, iiim a iov4( er related to Maud S. 2 i.J aud Johnson ....by li!ot. jr is, sire of 9 In y list ami dams Maud S j iSj, Jay K) See us, Nutc a IBM (ivitn 77 in list ikins a iH. .Mambrino out i to ami ay others In the list The 2IH1J than any other Mnlliun. the lin,t old Mnlliini to trot in juiblie as fast greaicM oreou marr s re tnaicvtr uveu Wag. Miller's Denmark. Mambrino Clark is a handsome cheslnat stallion cf tine individuality and at the very low fee, is de- as 2 2A, sire of Cigarette, First dam bv Skcedaddle, by Oliver son cf dnm of signed to meet the demand ol a large class of breeders ho are unwilling to pay hish prices km want is a fine individual and a oner; ad dam by Red Lion. Bed Fox 195 King Eagle was the winner of more than 'k,.H t,e fastest mare of tho blood With tho great i'llm, Jr Chief cioss. Mambrino Clark should nt only sire lind Silver Kiru'sdam was Motile Mounce, by 40 premiums and was never beaten in the Rood . family, record 2 1IJ, Whirlwind horse with a pedigree. Wilki-Lexington, son of niood's Ulack Hawk, ad trotters, but proiuccraas well $'Jo to Insure a mire with toil turwjlnl nrr lit linrwit son niflm nr mdillllt ? datn .otc reduireu attune 01 service, msaiid slould marnnot prove in loal. Mares keiit at tea 2 21, Fannie liollldiist 2 2iJ, ltolle222J.) Wo will also stand at same place the ger. by Young America,dam of Taylor's Messen by Medoc, ad dam King Eagle was sired by Ulack Eagle, the sanable rates, but not n sponsible foraccidcnts Skeedaddle's ist Dam Florence, tlaui of Itellu 2 22, by black jack, SMITH, nt S3 Trumpeter, jd dam Aratus. flnc ( D. M. BOWMAN, JR., BurRln, Ky. (the1 Golden .Mingo Chief, son of Gaff's Comet Mares sent to us will receive good attention at sire of Ulack Squirrel. 1st dam is to insure. reasonable Morgan. Mares kept on grass at reasonable accidents orrates, but wilt not be responsible lor dam of Mark Denmark and Monte Chrisescapes. Tarline with mare forfeits Over .O0 of thu 2 SO ierformerH have a Not responsible for accidents or insurance. Lien retained on colts fur season mon- - to) by Mack William. rates. Star Engle was got by Cabbell's Lex- 1:15. a strong infiisiiin f (i.ildust and .Moigau : ty escapes. ington, dam by Garrard Chief. blood. Dtusoy UolddiiM will make the BBAZLEY BRO'S & HAYS, Stanlord, Ky, Marcs will be furnished grass after May Standard T. L. & J. S. BAUGHMAN, present Maoii at mv nlace 21 mil.- frum be taken to lllood bay stallion, black points, 15H hands high, Danville, Ky. lstat S2 per month. Care will This fine young ytuldle itnllitn will Man ford on the Hustonville pike, prevent accidents, but will not be loaled 1U7. of 1U2 at my htnble four the sib o shoud any occur. SIRED IV PKIOSKV 333 Trial a:a. miles East of Stanford, on the county road At $15 to Insuro, a Living- Colt. the same time and place I will Alo at Standard under Rules 6, 7, 8. Sire of Kluttoska a 13, Marr I.oti a iS. pstbllc leading from Kowland, mid will be .Mans kept on reasonable terms. Perstand to Hrve 26 mares BV PRETENDER Record a'31 Sixteen hands hich. trial 2 13, Nellie O Neil 2 21, &c. gonal attention given, but not roiMinnUile IMPORTED JOHN SIRED BV VOLTAIRE 083. Son of Dictator and Winouabv Almoat. for accidents. ist daa Kliza Jane, dam of Maud M(stnger . by Lexington Chief 2:3s ... r dam by Lancewood, son of Ham- - At SO for lioie mule and S3 for mare mule 2 ibli, .Merit 237, by Gentle llieete 346, supol At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. dam Lances At the same time and place, will make by Mambrino Chorister. 3 dam I'earlMcdium23oanddams MaudMestenger i6H bletonian; dam Lady colt. 3 darn Lady Stanhope .by Hamblttotuan 10. and Tori a 27 sd dam Kitty Rivers, daai ot Rockefeller, by Amer Description ami l'odlirrce: lie Is a the seamm with one of Levi Hubble' best Grar.dam of Rosa B. P. 'WOODS, llertie Girl 2 37, by Alexander's AbJulUh is, sire can Star; ad dam IUy bred uiing Jacks. Wilkes aiS, and ol Goldsmith Maid 3 14, Almoin aud llelmoiu. in-- beautiful mahogany Imy. black iimne anil Richmond, by ilambieStanford, Ky. Simmons a"38. (Mr old l.Vili of May, 111 linntU of Nutword 2 who in turn sired Manette, tail. tonian. Voltaire a aoj (by Tattler 300; dam Yountr 2 la; and ld for dam of Anon 2 by Edwin Forrest. liii;li and wel(lis 1,200 pounds: command Mambrino Chief 11; ad dam bv Roebuck) 3 dam Miss fctevens vddamby Rett Jacket, sire of the dam of the sire of Drown Jim is also the sire of Volney, 3dam Polly Stevens, by Mambrino Chief Kentucky Wilkes a siif. and the ad darnel Red ing in :iieMitiiice and symmetrical in He Is black with white nine, LANCET 7C71 is brown, with right front heel . br. B dam Nellie by Alden Goldsmith, who made fortn. tho late Wilkes, ) 2 it and Wilkes, DICTATOR 3SG2. sold for sire ot Ralph sire ol 3d2 dam of Mambrino SrreHiner;Sireil by Seroml Gill. llilre. hand high, tine length, bone andfull 15 a record in tSooot a 19W Tattler, Voltaire's sire and left hind pastern white, and was foaled May GEO. $30,00 also tlniii by botlv, dam 'I elltale by Tellamou. son of at. i86. He Is handsome and sHllsh. high finish by Pilot, Jr.. Maid 2 ij'J, I'etoskv 36JI, bv George Wilkes Ji.,, Screamer, wtw a lino in Lincoln I year, old: has pniven hlm-etoo Medoc, sired Indianapolis a 11, Rumor a an. ed and has creat muscular power. His let's and cVKANDAIIP. record 2 22 sire of Harry Wilkes 2 13',, and Guy ired by Jt) Illackburn. 1st Slander a iS and Voltaire aaoj, and his sons feet are ood. His sire. Pretender, is very fast. Wilkes 2 ijf, William L, Red Wilkes, Ac it county to nexl kiiv further ittfiition hero. breeder. Abbott, Indianapolis, Rumor, Tattler, Jr.. and He has shown quarters in 35 seconds. dam Kami)', dam of Nellie O'Nril a 22W, Katie,, Mare bred to this ltore, if trmled or dam Dolly Williams by ICoval .Maniinoth; Pretender is by Dictator, who aired three trotVotaire are all sires of perlormers in 3 30 Pilot, 2d dam lto- - Kmbry, by Stonewall Jack-wiJackson 2 25;, Jim Jackson 2 aS, Arc, by Iron a Jr., la, sire of Tattler, Is well known as tielnj one ters whose as erage speed is greater than any Ulack Stallion; fouled in IS? J; 15 hniuls Lanmiisiciosciy reiaieii in .eitoti 2 inj sirnni ro removed from the uelghUirhtiod wiilutiit he by Ji.lin Ilaiigluuau's jack, his of the ureatest brood mare sires of the aee, his three sired by other stallions. His Jam is a well u waeou record air1,, also grandsircof. SHtlslVltlg me tllHt tliev 810 not III IHl, high. . .. . .. J t .. . . daughters producing Maud S a oSK. J I. C. a 10 bred daughter of Lancewood a ton of Hambleto-nia- n i. '.. smuggler a i.M ai asm mfv oy v.wimH.,Mi oi lorieil IIIO M'sViOII MU ' tile IllOlleV II He. ilam by Jim Porter; ;M dam Kllen Itlytlie. Sired by Dictator 113.and a host of others ol note American r.etipso. sirool i,an, sire hi ine dam nt 11 . i,l.l ,, li the coll iiniif the ken- - by Itlythe't HantiiUI, he by Compromise, Will make the season of 189a at my stable in Lexington Chief 37, sire of Drown Jim's dam. is 2:10, Phallus 2:1.1. Lady Thornc 2 iland Mambrino I'atcbeii, .ire Siro of hit damn fine black jennet cold bv Dr. Kentucky Clay 194; dam Lady U'arfield by Stanford at bv kept 011 ere llliam I. sin con nioner Is lmnl. Mart ilkes 2 istf, 2:17, nml 23 others in the 2:.'0 of the dams ol iuy Director Mambrino Chief n. Hewnet, of .Madison coimtv, to l.ev Hub12, Arc. 3d by Ilruwn's Itellfnutid-er$10 the Season or $15 to Insure. list, nml craml sire, of Direct 2:00. Xancv of Axtell 2the id dam damllelmont 6 and tho )d, ' at cl Ier iihmuIi. at oMier' rik. Mambrino Cbirister fsirr of dam of Proteine of sire of Uio. a 18 .Vc) by Matubrino Chief, dan, by Chorister. Hnnks 2:09, Lockhart 2:14, nml & others dat of Wiikes Hoy 1 24, sire of Constanline JAMBS H.' PEPPLBS. JR., Call In and see a fine individual with an excel 7 At 510 for a Living Colt. in the 2:30 list. Dictator liy Iliinihloton-ia- n 3 K)Vk, sold for $27,000 at public auction. Stmtfortl. Kv. lent pedigree. I ....alt ,A $15 to Insure a Living Colt. m.n.l nl .iit(bire of Electioneer, George Wilkes, nun .v irai...... .. vm..s... .Via. .ai, lV.1 .V. ' ..ib., . ,, I. M. BRUOB, Wilkes family is the greatesr on earth. si liett will be rctnluel on all colli for ll Stanford, Ky. 6 Dexter, etc.) ilam Clara, (tliun of Dexter for the most, command the highest stud1 hey and lees 10 !'. KKID, Stanford. 2:171, Alma 2:2s?, nnd Astoria 2:2!U) by breed on. Sale of some Wilkes as follows: Axtt-l- l STAR DENMARK. The Pre iniiim Young Saddle Stallion, iMro of Iho dtiins oi Sioj.ooo, Lurrps joo.ooo, Acolyte $10,000. I'rincu American Star addle Stallion. Wifkfs (gelding Jj ooo, (.'ontaHtme $27,000, Guy 2:12, Kobert McGregor 2:17. etc.) IUy horse. 15V1 hands high, three srhlte (eet, Ilarnhart $15,000, Ralph Wllkos fjo.ooi ana oth1 dam Alice... by Alniont WW, record 'J;;JUJ, hravy inane and tail fine style and action. ers for $10100 and umvarl too numerous to men : DENMARK. SIRKD I1V WOODFORD bv Abilallali 10 (sire of tion. Red Wilkes, Allertnn, Guy Wilkes and Ax I his line saddle stallion will make the season of by King- William. dam iSoj at our stable one mile west of McGormacks GohUinitll .iiaiu .n iiiiti ,el1 command stud afes ol $1,000 ,earh and a goo.1 ,., Sumpter church, .by Goddnrd's a dam manv m.e iUnd wlaUo ntM Uoo Will make the of lStrj nt my jhvoihi toumii to AlHiiil .'.. .lai ' s ee HClniOllt, Sire Ol N tit- - few Wilkes of tho third jroneratlon which shov Denmark. 3 dam a thoroughbred WOod2:lS?)tlalllbvMaill-- I how they breed on Moniurs t i ear old record stable in Lancaster, Ky., ami will be j.er- nnd Nutwood liy Krriom 130 it! fn 2 3D At $10 to Insure a Living Colt oVii Position 3 ear old rrcrrd a aaV', sold lor liiiltpd In fcprvp lnnii l.rtiwi ni,!..f 11 .nr uf ,i lift). IM tlain ItoiliK'. bv Old Pilni, ireof $15 to Insure a Living Colt $io,oooat public Athadon, tho chain pinn Till weaning time; colt standing good until reason I alsohave Pilot. daughter of Pilot, Jr.. yearling stallion, aiKlwn, 2 2; On both slrrand Af CI R record T,1r,,,.n n T ivinrf PnH Chief Jr. (12 in the '2 wo INt '. Manibrino money is paid; mare parted witn forfeit insuand Pilot, Jr., main, (sire of the dnm of .Maud rance money at the heml f the list as piodunng dtiuis. Description and Ped'gree; He is .1 dark bay, S. 2:03!). Alniont sire 'V ? L?'wi. "? AW' IV?,!?'"? , . A MEN HKTAl.Nt.Ii. hands hitrh. erv heav mane and tail, came jacks, Two of winch are noted as the best of jennet "? Krioson 18, sire of lUielv'J.L'lj, D.ible 50 in the 2:110 list flnn 9 in. iv If. vi ee J 10. Arwiu iHi. Direct and will serve jennets at Irs tor a jack colt and 13 upheaded and carries himself very gracefully and 2 dnm McCreurv i Hi limul hiirh, a beautiful by Norman 23 (nire of Lula 2O0, Kov Wilkts 2 og', Astell 2 12 Kl Wilkes, !Wle2'2flJ, Krie 2 'iS.' Nightingale lorn jennet colt Will also serse mares $10 to In fact his rider says ho stands without a peer in Guy Wilkes, Ac. Red Wilkes and Axtell made bav, 3 ycHt old, htm IUM!linVcllt clriN(e as a saddler. NotwithLuU K., 2:2i. CiniiiiMru of Olaf May Queen 2:20; seasons 2: insure a living col: The other two are as tine Central Kentucky at $o each thev become f.iinous. mult-jks as can be iound in the couiuiy i.a standing his being handled only three weeks, of the daiu&)0f Nerval and you now have the opportunity to breed to ami union and hi;rli style at both emU. 2:2'2. Omar L':.'.'. and six iitheis KUcs when ho went lame aud was turned out, he would will serve marut at He was sired hv Stoneuull .Iiiekaon, Jr., .on, by Mambrino Chief, who siretl 2:17A, Funny Robinson llreern Wilkes nt the low pr ce ut defy all competition. Lady Jack-oiIn by Stonewall he bv Wasliiiif- - ThnrnoS:lhJ, and h others. $10 to Insure a Living Colt. lie was sired by Second Jewel, the famous pre2:201, Norman Medium .Mambrino Jewel, he by ton Denmark, he by Imp. Hereford. e mium horse, he by Cunningham's $20 to Insure aLiving- Colt. .Morse Chief IsgraniUiio of Diiector 2:17, 2:20, etc.); by o Stabbs two mOs south of Uustcnvllie en th Washington Denmark 1st dam Lillie, si rod by MeCrenrv's (lain "was IjkIv J'ark-- , (nn Spaikle 2:17, Pietluioiit 2:17, lllaek IIoisO (!; 1st dainSlocuin Moroiau'l and C'jr, enter' StatKn pike Stonewall Jackson. another premium horse, he by He is an an excclldnt Individual and quite prom oxtrn snddle inarei by black Diiiinoiul. Cloud 2:17, llannas 2:17!. Croxie 2:111?. w usnington Menniark, ne oy mack ucnmarK, etc. mare, by Magnum So- irlng, also an esceeding'y sure foal getter. Wil ad dam by Glencoe, he by Imp. Glencoe. and so make wim of ifoi al Clurles Dunn's, a'a miles sired by llrinkor's Drennoi), he by D.ivy Abbottsfonl2:10j ami t).i others In the lium. 1NCELOW 5799 on. 3d dam by Tom Hal, out of a Copperboltutn. pike thfi Young Twyman ninrc, by Irom Stanford onnntil Kurh Ilranch is paid A lien j Ciockett, (n Canadian). Diamond's dam list. Look for a moment and observe the crosses of 3 dnm Standard Rule 6. retained on colt season money viw by Old Manibiino Chief; 2d dnm by Krriesson, with a record ns a Coeiir do Leon (Hevis.) Sired Mr Kicoal liai, trial 2 30; full brother to this horso, and yon will see that he is backed up CHARLES DUNN, oy l'luzle, i shoioiif'hbred). Lady Park' dam of U30J, and half brother to Krie," with a Kins Old Twyman mare, (tin- ist dam Chanco by Tom Stamns lookine Lost strains ot saddle stocKa in tne lanu a 4 dam Stanford, Ky was nn extra saddle at him will be sum ient and liberal patroni 1711. record 340, out ol lae dam ot Red Wilkea; iiiaio bylinkecpenrc. record of 2 211 as a trnced. ) sold to ill dam Jhubb bv liourbon Chief tSj; id dam age is very kindly solicited. Kohort Bonner for the Mini of 810,000 nt 10 Geoiige Dictatou will innke the season T. II. WALKKll. Liincnttor. Mares kept any way on liberal terms, but not hubb mj St. Lawrence Ilicnri 1491, bv itelniont of 181)2 at that age. lie is one of the grandest 6), isi lam niandina (dam of Kin' liene 1278, responsible for accidents, should any occur. n v 1 t jo, etc) by Mambrino Chief !; 2d dam in Kontucky.His colts areiituisiially J. M. CARTER, JK. ' are (dam of Rosalind 2 2V4 by Jirown lltif kind, good size and color, with iilenty of Insuro a Living Colt. ' om Mamps 1731, Dy Aixlallah i'llot style nnd line movements. Will make dam Q en Dull the dam of Red My fine saddle stallion by On Time nnd First dam Lulu Hell by Kentucky CIny 749, sire of 25 in 'jo list by Mambrino tho season nt my stable, '2k miles from t ; ad dam by Ktdjacket, of Comet. out of n Stonewall Jiicknoninnro will also 101, he by C. M. Clay, Jr., (Stritders)daiii Hiisionvllle, Lincoln count v, Kv., on tho Chief 3B3 sire of Calmar a 22I by Mam- make the season .nt snmc time and place, the dam of Mambrino Patcheu and Ladv Registered. Will innke the fciisoii of 1802 nt my Hustonville and Liberty turnpike road.nt iefn; 1st dam I'uss, by Grey Uagle. ad ... u:, n oy i 1 .i ii iij ri it-.-iiowi fir l'eter An analysis of InRebjw's pedi-eacii; s ji ,nios .MiHedeeville. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. i.iorne, - Kircni ui us rnioiii iui,nigs Ma,i0co 1Ilt 0I1from Stunforsl and Lit e $12.50 to Insure a Mare in Foal. tals a rich inlierlUHce of performing and By Second Jowol 48. D im by old Stonewall Jackson. iiioicoIii tll0 .niioi I , e,b!ood, there being three direct crosses of niincr Hoy 2 ffij, Ulack .Maria, &c.; le.lg0vIHo pike, Tins fancy saddle stallion will make the season rinu Chief. His sire is a lull brother to at Will aNo stand mv young JACK, by Jd dam by Glencoe, thoroughbred. nn nnd the tire of his dam a half brother of 1802 at our stable '4 mllo from Milledgeville, Lincoln county, Ky., on the Stanford and Mil 'likes. He must be teen tube apprccia- Ligiitlicart $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt. thu noted Jack. Boh McKlrov, Eioiit - w' ir full sisOwing to the scarcity of money, 1',llll,r- edgevilleplke. will stand at Liberty, under the mansge1301, iiiburnnce. 2 3(1: out of Moss Hose, we will stand him ut L W Krye, lit TI1F3 lino draft stallion will make the Persons breeding to either nnd trnding ter to Princeps, sire of Trinket 2 M; 2d Adonis is n beautiful dark bay with or breeding tho mure eNowhero rentiers $15 dam Primrose, dam of Princeps, sire of (black points, lo hands inches hiijli, Ineuro a Living Colt. present season nt my farm nt u B. S, POWELL. 20;3dilninIllackIlose,daiii ed August, 1888, and is n ?rand satUllo the season due. Mr I' rye will also stand my Money due when colt comes or mare Is parted a Living Colt. of Darkness 2 27. Those who want to breed to n with. Mares graied or fed at reasonable prices. SIO horso. A Not responsible for any accidents should any oc- He lias proven himself a splendid breeder. This poJigrec combines the Hambleto- - hand'-oniKentucky saddle stallion are cur. man, ine coyier, tlie Ulay nml tne er-- invitetl to look mine over nnd see lus uc At SO to Insure. Gilt Edje is a beautiful red aorrel, flaxy inane I also hnvu , ft . isei if the mare is parted with the season and tail, is hands 3 inches high; was foaled Sept. inont strains, with a thoroughbred base; tlon and style. due and collcrtubh' A lien is retained en 6, 53, and is a perfect saddle horse. and will show in his direct descent more Ho was sired by tho grand show horse, or scvice Ice Gilt Edge was showed as a 3 year old and took GOOD than 50 2 30 or better t (Second Jewel, he' by Cunningham's Jew-: Kirksvllle and DanJ. K. BAUGHMAN, Montrose 0. is second cousin to Maud el, ho by Washington Denmark. ville and in his own ring at Harrodsburg. Those Hustonville, Ky '. who want to breed to a good saddle stallion are Which I will stand nt tho same place nnd S. Ho is n mnhouauv brown. 1(5 hands' Ills lirnt dnm. Minnie, bv McDonnld's cordially invited to look at our horse and see him time; high, n speedy trotter, though.' untrained Hnlcorn. more. ill Second dam by He was sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunning, Three at $10 and Wiley at $8, Shelby make the season nt mv stnbles In J llrst dam unknown, Wells' Crusader, his ham's lewel, he by old Washington Denmark. City, but thought to be an His firs.ilaui Minnie by McDonald's lfalcorn. Oliver. ad dam by Wells' Crusader, his lit dam by If not sold before the season opens. Stonewall Jackson, he by Washington Denmark, Will pasture mares nt $2, but not respon- At $16 to Insure a Living Oolt. Mares kept on grass or fed at raison-abl- o he by lilacs Denmatk, his ist dam by Crusader, prices, but not responsible for accisible for accidents, he by Old Whip, ad dam a Rocky Mountain mare. Mares cared for ut reasonable rates, but dents should any occur. not responsible for accidents or escapes. M. S. BAUCHMAN. MADISON SANDIDGB & SON, P. F. SANDIDGE, 6 Stanford, Ky. .Milledgeville, Ky H. L. OARTWRIGHT. Milledgeville, Ky. 1 is-1, Tln U atiark Description ant letllgree. : brown, full sixteen hands high and four By Young Jackson, he by Stonewall years old this Spring. He has a lino mane Jackson, Jr. 1st dam by Dick Morgan; Will make the seaon of tSoa at our stables i mile and tail, with as much style and action 2d tiara by Epsolcm, Jr.; 3d dam Belle west of Stanford, on the Hustonville pike, as any horc in Kentucky. by Messenger Chief. Jr. Thi fine stalHe was sired by the great King Kagle, will make the seaon of 1892 at our At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. lion fo'rty blue ties). stables on tho S. O. B.iughman place, o Pedigree Slleer Tip is a red (the winner of Description and 1st dam by Star Eagle (best son of Cab-bell- 's tstdam miles from Danville on tho new Lancashands hnrh. hind bar with fine mane and tail. anUes white, and is a model saddle horse; has the Lexington). ter pike pike, id dam. salts to perfection and is a great knee actor 2d dam by Hamlet Denmark. uy me great Oliver jviok uj vu i imc, v, aireu 3d dam by Harris' Denmark, son of of Stonewall Jackson RED FOX 195. SIB to Insuro a Living Colt, : Silver Tip : 169. Guardsman is a rich brown horse, I5 hands high, of fine style and conformation and from his rich Standard Xo. llMW. inherltarceof producing blcod lines, he should prose a Bleat stuck horse Two of hit oldest cults, new a ) ears okl, trotted quarters as yearlings in ."j, and iQieceMds, Guardsman's full brother, Quar Thi- - voting roadster rar. Ilr the recerils he termastrr, put two a)earolds, two 1 yearoMs and 4 jearotils in bst last U an ' the greatest stallion that ever li veil In siring speed early, as no other herse ever approached him in Goldilii.t. loaled In April. ISs7. U tnl, re,pfCt Guardsman has the same breeding, is nalurnlly a fast horse, of equally as good a Imy. full in hands. edy and iincx-colle- d ual charactenstics and why should he not sire at murh speed iuics a 17 fvC Dor'sey : Golddust. in-lir- io ' $50 to Insure a 3Iarc "Willi Foal. in ntyle. action, llnish" and disiKisi-Iro- n. Full limtlier to 'i. Co-rinn- e, ii At $io to Insure. 1 iir Cab-bel- !,.,. l's 11 Breese Wilkes.- SCREAMER JR. ht-mitt- - j , LANCET 7871. - - ' 1 1 Por-tiab- y if, 1 year-ol- d $123,-'00- 0. .ROSCOE. lf car-ol- d well-know- n well-know- n, cah-nt- I 1 1 9 Jny-Eye-S- ., I , - I a -- l...l.. J - f- -f . Vedg'ewoocl 436. 1 1 1 Mccreary 131. ERRICSSON, JR. l:-i- . V - " Four Splendid Jacks, a -- -.. -- to-d- 2-- i, 2:, i, - .Nlam-brln- Ui-ri-e ;, S20to MONTROSE C. stal-lio- 1 . t'Ui-- CULT EmE 261. .A. ID OUST IS. (Mil-sir- r' - ; BBATJMOITT. to insure Doi.-i.Ai- ts Dollars to Insure. PORTED JACK, to V, M 1 thesweepstul.-epremium.i- FOUR JACKS, ( iiHllVVBejiHEsv ' 'SiJlissPHrSV ,y? .i TIWimiJHJf'PH & db 1 TWO SITUATIONS. itw sS&O I ii '1 Yes, nil Mono, I sigh, Sho It not hire. Yet not Mono nm I; I dream ttio'n near. Those loving eyes I see, Lovcllt for mc: "' That sweet chimed voice- - I hear, Chimed fur my cheer; That tender linnil 1 press Seeks my curow. Vp, nil nlnnc. I sigh. Though she N he.ro. More She's fnr, though near. In loving c)un I no No lo o for iniw In thiil sweet volro I hear Naught fur my cheer? No tender hnnd I lire. Not one OArma. -ArtLir I Its I Kimball lu Now York Sun. than nlunu nm I: PR WEDMORE. 1 Tho provincial young man lins never IKkSfOswd niiy nttrnctions for mo, mul it is certain thnt if liml notgono up north to stay with Duiny Drymlnlu, I hlioulil nuvor linvo known no woll such n striking aitociiucn of tlto typo nn Dr. Ho wiib not n Kid follow, but oh, ho win no pleased with himself I Your provincial, indeed, is rarely modest; in tho limited circloof country town society n young innn in iursneil with too much jHirtiimcity and ardor to have any doubts in bin own mind an to his ersonal desirability and manifold charms. Dr. Woilmoro was a stoutish young with nondescript feaman of thirty-two- , tures and n slow, portentous manner. Ho had a largo and increasing practice in tho suburb of Northaw, where his medical skill wtw in constant request anions the spinsters and widows of that somewhat damp and chilly neighborhood. So highly esteemed wore his mj vices in tho sickroom that these ladies would send for him at nil hours of the day or night, until tho good doctor in self defenso took to sending his red haired assistant to some of his more flagrant maladun imaginairos. Daisy Drywlale's husKind was a manufacturer in Mudchostor, and, like other manufacturers, ho lived as far away from tho factory chimneys of that thriving city as jxvible. So his brand now roil brick mansion lay on tho other side of tho suburb of Northaw, and tho society of Northaw supplied nearly nil Mrs. Drysdalo's intellectual recreation. Poor Daisy! How sho missed Loudon and the Upper Ilohemial Sho had a gonitis for giving little dinners, but of whnt uu was that, seeing tho comiioiiont element of which her jvnrtitw wore to bo hencoforth composed? Btill 6ho wns not to Ik) battled, and Mrs. Drysdalo constantly entertained. The night after arrived one of those dinners was givon in my honor, and I was sent down to tho dining room with Dr. Wudinoru. 1 shall not easily forget that night. Accustomed to tho manifestly insincere gushings of London young men, wis astonished at tho naive manner in which this country .Ksculapius tried in vain to hido his sudden admiration. It came out in every word and look. It was a case of "love at tirst sight" on tho part of Dr. Wedmoro. Ik'foro 1 left tho dinner tablo he had offered to lend mo a horse, proposed that he should drive mo n to a meet ten miles on and o.tpre-wish that 1 should know his three sisters. Hut tho next time saw him my head was tied up in a llaunul shawl and my throat was so swollen 1 could hardly speak. Tho doctor had been called in professionally. Tho climate of had boon too much for mo, and I was down with a malignant tore throat. The doctor ciimu every day, anil once ho camo twice, to work a iwitont inhaler and tmhit my throat with some mysterious comouud. Ho constantly changed tho treatment: it was ns if he could never do enough. Ho oven used to bring mo ilowera nnd who ever beard of it doctor taking his patient Daisy was convulsed with flowers? nmuboment. Sho said that when she was ill sho sometimes used to have to send for Dr. Wedmoro two or threo times before ho apjionred, ho was so busy. At tho end of a week I was bottor, nnd in ten days 1 was quito well. really folt very grateful, for 1 knew that tho doctor had saved mo by his constant caro from a dangerous illness. I wonder if ho took my gratitudo for somothing stronger? Anyway, as 1 told Christina when sho scolded mo for tho whole atlair, it was not my fault, 1 hadn't fallen in lovo with Dr. Wedmoro that's all. Tho thing camo quickly to a crisis. Wo wero all invited to spend nn evening at tho doctor's house. In tho north they have n mysterious meal called "high tea," which is apparently a sourco of no little comfort and even of self righteousness. It enables the nartakers thereof to alludo witheringly to tho hnbit of "lato dinners indulged in by tho Inhabitants of tho south. And so, if you nro invited out in Northaw, bo suro you will bo regaled on tea and cold chicken (fearful mlAturo), on hot cakes, jam, marmalade and currant buns. To tliis evening meal, then, wo wero bidden by Dr. Wedmoro. Ho lived alono with his sisters, who wero curiously Hko him. Thoy wero all stoutish, with nondescript features and had slow and somowhnt pompous manners. To boo all four of them together inclined ouo to indecent mirth. It was impossible to bo moro worthy, moro dull nnd moro solf satisfied. Tho Misses Wedmoro wero considered to have a protty tasto for art; thoy painted everything within reach with sprawling red roses or startling whito daisies, and tho doctor was of opiuion that his Bisters artistic tnlont was of tho first order. Miss Ada, too, sang songs by Pinsuti and Milton Welliugs. Tho doctor liked Miss Ada's vocal efforts; whilo Miss Emily wa3 literary, sho assiduously read Miss Edna Lyall mid Rider Haggard, aud of theso authors wo discoursed solemnly until "tea" was announced. Tho nir vrzs full of ominous portents, Tho doctor's mannor, when ho invited mo for tho second timo to partako of cold chicken or prcEEod npoc me with Wetl-moro. northern hospitality tho currant cake, wns full of certain protecting prido. whilo n humbly conquering expression wns in his eyes when they rested nion mo. It was with "intention," ns tho French say, that ho showed mo tho photograph album, full of aunts and cousins, after tea, and tho good doctor looked quite sentimental when later on Miss Ada warbled a romance, with a waltz accompaniment, entitled "The Lovo That Will Never Fade." 1 began to feel cold nil down my back. Five times did 1 get up, cross tho room, engage either of tho solemn Misses Wedmoro in feverish conversation 1 nlway-- t ended by finding tho doctor nt my cIImnv. At Inst 1 resigned myself to my fato nnd sat down to talk to him. 1 imagined that the stato of drains in the suburbs of Northaw would bo a safe subject and ouo unlikely to lead to a declaration of a tender nature, but in this, it appeared, was mistaken. We got on to tho Mibject of fevors, nnd to couvinco me on a certain ioiiit the doctor suggested n roforenco to ono of the medical lxoks in his surgery. Onco thelittle room, which lay justacross tho iMisMigo, Dr. Wedmoro shut tho door nnd advanced toward mo with thnt particular oxprcsion which is o intolerable in a young man ono doesn't caro for. I put on my most indifferent manner and inspected with much interest the rows of medical books in their glass 1 in-si- A Democratic Mass Convention. Atn meeting of tho Democratic County Committee on May 7, 18!)2, tho following resolution wns adopted: A mnfs convention of thpdemocrncy of Lincoln county is called to meet at the in .Stanford at 2 i, m., Saturday, Mny 14, ISIfcJ, to select six delegates to the next Democratic Stato Convention, which convenes in Louisville on May L'oth. J 11. Paxton, Chairman. Geo. P. IIkioiit, Secretary. conrt-lioiite BTJEAM IQNGINF AND 8 STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. Stationary, and Portable. 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I wish you would let mo tell you how much I how much I" A Hhnrp nip at thu door interrupted this hpcoch. A servant camo in. "Plonso, sir. Mr. Drown is very bnd, nnd Mr. Drown says will you como nt once, and bring souio of tho drops, and sho hopes you won't lo long." "A three mile drive," said Dr. Wedmoro, with a sigh, "and I shall not see yon again tonight." Ho took my hand aud held it fast. "1 will bring tho look tomorrow morning." he said. "Shall I havo n chance of swing you alono? Try to bo alone when I come," and. wrenching my hand violently, tho doctor disapjwarcd. o "Daisy," I wild hurriedly, in tho going home, "I nm sorry to say, dour, I hhall havo to go homo by the 10:10 tomorrow. 11 lsud a tologmm just lefon wo camo out," "You luul a fiddlestick! What nonsense. Peggy. Why, you camo to stay a mouth, and you'vo hardly lieoii twelve days." "Twolvo days! Uood heavens! Why. how lias he" "Oh, it's thnt, is it? And so, you don't like him? Woll 1 think yon'ro silly. Yon might do much worso. How much bettor to marry some ouo liko that than Komo of your llipiorty Loudon young men. He's sensible, clever, a good follow, woll off nnd very fond of you" "Tho 10:15, plooM), Daisy." And suro enough, by tho 10:15 I wont. As the Yorkshire fields flew boforo mo on my nipid journey Kick to dear old Loudon, tho whole thing seouicd like some nightmare from which I had just awoke. CJreatheaveus! From what had I not usenped? A lifetime of high tea, huburbau gossip nnd provincial self sufficiency, of rose bedecked door panols, tho novels of Mr. Rider Hngganl and "Tho Love That Will Never Fade." I am very fond of Daisy Drysdalo, but it will lo a long timo before 1 ngain trust myself to tho seductions of tlmt suburb of Miidchester. Buffalo News. fill 1 enr-ring- In almott every neighborhood throughout the whefo West there U some one or more perHin lives hae hem foved hy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhirn Itemedy, or who have hcen cured of chronic diarrhicn by it. Such persons take especial pleasure In recommending the remedy to he praise that follows its introduction others and use makes 11 very popular, as and so cent bottles for tale by l)r. M 1.. ilourne, Druggist nnd Optician, Stanford, Ky 1 sick, wo gate her Castoria, When Uabj When she was a Child, sho cried for Castoria. When sho became Jilts, sho clung; to Castoria. '.Vben sho had Children, tho cave them Castoria, m throughout the United States and Canada, will pend this year over one hundred ttiousiind dollars among our new subscribers in the form of an artistic Crayon Portrait and a handsome frame (as per cut below), to be made Ireo of chnrgn for every new subscriber to "North American Ilumcs.'' 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JAPANESE linS CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S Car-loa- d ym nHKrifKruMssssssssKilssssHK. 1 A Mixed Lot. Lieutenant (to his man) Johann, they nre selling a very rare book by auction should liko to havo it. 1 have written down the nnmo on this slip of paper; now, mind you don't let it go at nny price. Johann (returning from tho auction with a iMirtor wheeling a handcart containing a rocking horse, a magic lantern, a cradle, an old suit of clothes, etc.) Horr Lieutenant, 1 havo got tho book, but had to buy this rubbish nt tho same time. It was all put up in ouo lot! Duutcs Allerlei. today. I 1 J Dentin from Lump nnd Stoves. A popular Droadway club man, who wears tho uniform of tho metropolitan o police, says ho has been making an of the matter nnd that nn average of two persons aro burned nlivo ever' week in New York; that is, they aro burned dead killed by fire. Whilo an occasional holocaust startles tho community, tho real loss of human lifo by firo comes from tho lamps nnd gas stoves, nnd is tho result of carelessness. Somo oflicial figures on this subject would hervo as a timely warning. Now York Herald. esti-mat- Thirteen nt Table. Tho widespread superstition concerning tho unlucky thirteen nt table, according to which ono of tho number is doomed to soon die, doubtless has its origin in tho fact that nt tho last supper thero wero that many persons assembled nt tho tablo with our Lord. In that Judas Iscnriot was tho ouo who gnvo up his life, not, however, from any superstitious notion regarding tho number in question, but from romorse at his dastardly betrayal of his Lord and Master. Detroit Freo Press. Tire. a volcanic nrea There is forty miles square in extent in Lowoi California that is a veritablo firo land. Every squaro rod of1, tho territory is pierced by a boiling spring or Bpouting geyser. Philadelphia Ledger. A Lund of Enid to bo co i A new and Cninpletc treatment, consisting of suppositories, Ointment In Capsule, also in to a oslmecure f r hateroal, Internal, nml pills, llllnd or Hleeding, Itching, Chrome, Heccnt or Hereditary Piles This remedy haa never been known to tail Ji per box, 6 lor Js; sent by mail. ARTICLES Why suffer from this terrible disease when a written guarantee It positively given with 6 hotel, to That we, Rufus K. Syfers. George I The undersigned, 11. J C Howe, A. R Pen- Frank A .Mcllrlde, W T. Graut, W.C Webster, refund the money if not cured. Send stamp for I!, roster, V G. Welcli J. Uilsn-an- d free sample Guarantee issued by Av 11. Penny, ny, J.N. Metiefee.J Thomas Walter, have associated and be ,.mo Druggist and sole agent, Stanford, Ky. Call for ami J W Hajden, hereby associate themselves incurpotatcd pmsuant to pruvisions samples tugetherln order to lorm n corpiratlnpursiiant 5,6 01 the Genera Statutes the Kentucky. of Chapter of to Chapter j6of the OenernlSUtutesof Ketltu ky. K,rmed la the 11.1 me of tho corporation thus he lie "Stanf3 The name of the corporation shall "Keeley Institute Kentucky (Skl NtmJf&. ord Water, Light, Light and Ice Compiny,"and place ol transactingofthe business" ofThe principal said corporaits principal place of business shall bo the city of tion .hall be Crab urchard, Lincoln county, Ky , btanford, Kentucky. to be with a brunch oilioe In the city ot Louisville, Ky. ?. The general nature of the business The general nature of the business to be transtransacted by the corporation shall be the conof struction, maintenance and operation of a system acted shall he thnt a Sanitarium for the recepDr. K C West's Nerve and Drain Treatment, a of Water Works for suptling water to the city of tion of patients suffering frum diseases, mental or a specific f.r Jlysuna, Dimness, Hts Neuralgia. Rowland and to their in- ph sieal. or both, Including patients suffering from town of Stanford Headache, Nervous Prostration entiled by alcohol habitants, and tne construction, maintenance and alcolulism.theopluin habit other similar and the or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression, Soft- operation ot a system of Electric Lights for sup nnd any business Intident.il to or proptrl y connected therewith; and for mainlaiuinj m hotel ening of Ilrain, cauilrg- insanity, misery, decay, phing light to said city and town and to their death Premature Old Age, llarrenneat, Loss of of the and tho manulactureund saleof artifi- - for the accommodation capital patients or others. Power in either sex, Impotencyl Lucorrhci-- and The amount of thu stock authorned is It t.muli- - Vrilnnipv involuntarv I.oses. Sner- csrpora-tlo- n three hundred thousand.doll.trt, divided into shares r'he authorized capital stock of the 4, of brain, Self materrhna caused by one hundred thomsand dollars, divid- of or.e hunared dollars each payable nt once, and be A montn-- i treatmeni ed shall Abuse, shares of fifty dollirsecch, hut the Coinpv which may be paid, and it is contemplated will be i, six lor $i by mail We guarantee six hoses to ny into liegin business when as much as twenty-t-fu- e paid in full by thessle and transfer to the Compamay and cure Each order for six boxes with $s will send thousand dollars ot the capital stock issub- -. ny ol the real estate as personal property iu Linthe Crab Orchard Springs written guarantee to refund il not cured Guarand no stock shall be issued at les than coln county, ilinn antee issued only hy A. K. Penny, Druggist and scribed,valuo and except lor tucney actually paid property, and the propnetarv rights of Rufus K. Its var sole agejpt, Stanford, Ky yfen. Georje C. Webster, Frank A. Mc Undo nnd value actually rein, cr for property at its market and to tor the Andrew ceived and applied to the authorized purposes of sale and Dunninjton in of Dr. the agencyKteley s administration Leslie K the corporation, or for labor done and accepted at double Chloride of Gold remedies, in and for the for stock shall be its rrarket value. Subscriptions and paid at such times and In such innallmentsas tne State of Kentucky, granted to them in as by cer them tain written contracts parties of board ol Directors may determine. Company of tho one pvrt and the Leslie K t. The corporation shall begin bminess on the Dvn;hi, Illinois, party of the other pari, of date yith day of April, 1891, and continue 111 cxlttciice cf March 16, tc.i lor filtv years thereafter. day The corporation shall commence on tho Tho affairs of the corporation shall be con. ol April, 1891, and continue fur a period ofsth 0 twenducted bya Uoardof five Directors, one of whom ty five years thence ensuing As Asdgete for the benefit of the creditors of J shall be appointed President by the Hoard, and of the corporation shall be Mat. Philips, I ctter for sale privately a Tract ol by such other cflicers nnd agents as the said Hoard byThe attain Directors consisting of sixconducted a Hoard of momlnT, Land in Lincoln county, nay derm necessary to appoint to be elected ou the first Monday in every NovemThe Hoard of Directors shall be elected an ber, and to hold office for one year thereafter and 7 niiillybythe stockholder! on the fust Monday cf until h'. election anil itiinlificatimi cf their succes each July, tu hola oflice fur one year, or ur.til their sors, respectively, nut tn hrst election for Ui-- I qualified and until the rector shall not occur until the fint Monday of This Farm Is well improved and well watered. successors are elected and the incorpora The dwelling house is commodious and well built, first annual election in July, i8o, the Hoard of November, 1S04 The incorporators above named hereinbefore named shall be lteing susceptible of an easy divldon, I would nell tors j shall constitute the first Hoard of Dirtctors and Directt rs of tho Company. In the annual election in parctls, one parcel containing 150 acre, on of Directors each shareholder shall have the ricl.t shall hold thf-i- oflice until the first Monday In November 1S94 The Hoard of Directors shall which1 the dwelling houce Is situate, nnd the other . . .Vim -- ffiirrtritn a TIM shflll ni a .1" i6j acres, on which the Improvements are not to IO call il muiiy Toi.-- it. by the number ofDiiect-or- s elect fro'n their numl ern cwn shares, multiplied Ident and may aKv ele ta Secietary, Treasurer, Ui offer for hale tho good to be elected, and each shareholder mav cat 'Mauagerand tuch other officers as to them may the whole number ol votes either in ptrson or by seem best, from outside of the Hoard cf Lot in House proxy for one candidate, or distribute his vote Directors, and mar proscribe tne qualification among two or more candidates, and the Directors nnd duties of any such officers so elected iimu-nNow occupied by K E. Mc Roberts as a drug store, of this Company Miall be elected In no other filled The highet amount ot indebtedness to which except when a vacancy occurs It may be nnd ntd corporation may at any time subject ltsclt is by tho other Directors. thousand possess ad the powers Two Vacant Lots in Same Block, S. This corporation ashallChapter 56 of the Gen- one hundred the death, dollars. resignation or inability to In case of enumerated iti Section of serve, prior In November, 14, of titter ot the ineral Statutes ot Kentucky, the houva wero recently burned. corporators named herein, the legal representaOn which o (il the vacant lots given immediately on This corporation shall at no time contract or tive ot either of said parties shall have the excluor compliance with terms olsnlo. Tho houo U rent- Incur debts greater In amount than so per cent, sive rignt to nominate his successor as tuch Di ed for this year, hut tho purchaser; 111 be entitled the stock snbocribed and paid for. the stockholders rector in this Ccmpanydunng said period 10. The private property ot to tho rintlrom tlinoof purchnx'. The private property of the members and stockPossession of the Lincoln County Fnrm will bo shall be exempt from lubilltr for the debit of the holders of this Company shall be exempt from . corporation. next. jrF"vY riven istol Septembtr liability for the debts ofthe corporation. d cash; the remainder In equal Terms: succesSaid corporation shall N. J. 11. rMENEFEE, sion, the rieht to sue and have petpetunl sued by Installments of 6 and ta wonths, bearing 6perctnt capacity to be ira 1 1111 Interest and nigotinble. Its aforesaid corporate name; mny have a common IV. G. WELCH M. C SAUFLEV. seal and alter It at pleasure; mav render the sbares j W IIAVDEN. ot IntereMs of stockholders transferable and preAlso about e,o barrels of CORN, two stacks of scribe the mode of making transfers; may exempt 11 AY nnd 14 S1IOATS for sale privately. the private property of the members and stockholders from liability Jellico Coal Co. ation, ami does hetttn for the debtt ot the corporbefore exercise this power and by these arlli'es, irrevocably xempt the pi and shippers of the GENUINE property of the stockholders and members Miners from llahiliay for the debts ofthe corporation; ma make contracts, acquire and transfer property, real or personal, pooiilnr the same pouer in private individuals eiijov; and Try it. We are tho sole agents for Stanford and tuch respects as its property, real orpersenal; mortgsjie any of Rowland. Oflice corner ol Depot street and may establish and make rules or regulations deemed expedient for tho management of IN HIOCIXS &5WATTS. affoirs not iucon ittent with the constltutUn tr laws of the Statu or ef tne I'wted State In testimony whereof, itnei the signatures et T the iicorperaior-- t FRANK A. MiHKIDE, W T GRANT. GEO. t . WEBSPFR. RlTl'S K. SVFKKi. CURi! ". And examine the Studebakcr. just received. 0li?il ranwsninn ijUn PbJiLJiLIBW ' 1 MmSt assssssatssssV (&!!" J. S. APPLEMAN M. D., THE CF.LERRATED a-- rnal-ndi- e, - Snglish Specialist, Formerly Professor of Practice of Medicine, a over-exertt- on Electrical lYledicaf College, TORONTO, CANADA, Now Examining Physician of the 97-'- Jf Southern IMedical Institute,' LOUISVILLE, KY. ASSIGNEE'S SALE Will be nt Stanford, Tuesday, May 24, From 9 a. m. to 6 p. m., one day only, every four weeks during the year. returning d Containing 315 Acres. ........... 1 .fc"' trical Medical College, Toronto, Canada. He has made a spcunl study ot the due.sos he treated in the gteat Hellevuc and Charity Hospital for several years and recognizes i.otuperior in diagnosing and treating Chronic Diseases He devotes sll his time to the treatment of chrome and ncrvout diseases of both sexes and his skill as an expert in this class of cases is well established. Treats and Dr. Appleman is a graduitrcf Bellevue Hospital Mcciial College, New Yerk City, and the Elec- d Vice-Prc- Permanently Cures Acute and Chronic Catarrh, Ringing in Ears, Dealness, Di.easesof Lye, Ear, Nose, Ihroat, I.ungs, Kidney, Urinary and Pladdcr troubles. Hright's Disease. Di betes, D)spepla, Cootti- Rhtumatism aud Paralysis, Epilepsy or 'its positively cured. Young or middle aged tiitn suffering from Itupotency, Eruptions, the results of crrort or excesses, thttild call before It it too late, w'e gurantee a cure if cue has not gone too far. Superfluous hair and all eruptions of the face permanently removed , Brick and Lancaster er n y! 11 " I -- Blood aud Skin Diseases. At Svphilts, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc., cured by niver falling remedies. Diseases of women, such as I.eucorrhea, painful Menstruation. Displacement ot Womb, bearing down pains in back, relieved in short time. The Doctor carrits all his portable Instruments and comes preptred to examine the most obscure medical and sjrgual caes He undertakes no lucurable diseases but cures hundreds given up to die. One-thir- o--tf J & Ul Falls Branch Original Jellico Coal. CONSULTATION FREE And Confidntia1.Addrfss by-la- J. it 1 S. APPLEMAN, M. 1 1 1 D I ) J lie For Sal J. M. 22AIIGIX3IAX, FIRE AND STORM 4 Twenty Building Lois 0 26 THOMAS. WALKER, W J. WILSON Havlnir removed my Ilarber Snop to the Com mcrclal Hotel, I am In the corporate limits o Rowland. H I. DARST. Rowland INSURANCE AGENT .Representing 1 1 LAND FOU SALE. Sixtv fire Acres ol Sptendil Land, situtied a',7 mllet from Stanford, on Sh.lby City turnpike, Apply to me at adjOitinB' Mrs. E, B Joata. Stanford, Ky. 101 - Prepared to Accommodate Ladie3 as well as Gentlemen, they msy wish waited on. In anything In my line. Call n me. Chll-3all E3a s WJnBMMT&o Dealer In Hartiord, of Hartford, Conn., Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Ins. Co. of North America, " AH of which Manchester, of Manchester, Eng 1" Suit for Ileinorrliiiges. are promptly checked by small doses of Bait. Tho patient should bo kept ns quiot aaposiilde. Nev York Journal. Hemorrhages of tho lungs or stomach Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Confectioneries, first-clas- s HUGH KEID. JESSE THOMPSON, InICommercIal Hotel. ic. baker and ran lurutsh Has with htm a S7 read, Cakes and the like on short nonce. pike, FOR RENT. Ken'H CFrVbra0?efh,rd miles from Stanford. W. Miller. I 4 70 Companies. I wohW Pol. be pleased to wait on my friend in this line fcies promptly issued. Will insure a,aintt torna lauv-t- s does, wind storms and lightning Lightning attached without additional charge Office at First National Hank Stanford, are fint-clas- s ZZZi a rut Wren V iMTCDinD LIM IILLULI nuuuuituuuimnu InilDMnr I lDDLEBUR0L0A8Et COUNTV. Published Every Tuesday and Friday bition convention here Saturday. AT The members had a general clean SO PBK "VICA.n. IN" ADVANCE. ing up at the Baptist church Saturday. The new pa9tor, Rev. Blont, of Arkan WWlwu not so paid S2.50 will be charged.C sas, will arrive Thursday, but will not A LOCAL TIME CARD. preflch until tho 4th Sunday. K. u. at Train i.aves Rowland at ;:oo a. rn., returning p. m, L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mt Olive vicinity, attended the prohl Rorn T. mul J. B. Weslov. of the - Ti'i-- .. . r tefi&&ilirrjs v ..- - ALFALFA BLOAT. Atiiirelionileil When Diuirct la to 1 from Alfnlfn l'lmturliiir. DE, J. A. AMON, Office opposite Coffey House, I ir. T. NOEL for Circuit Judge In the 13th District, subject to the action of tho democratic party. la a Candidate j:o South South North Local Freight North Express train Mail tram going North ' - m ..la -- 9 pra ... -- .. The latter trains also carry passengers. The above licalculated on standard time. time ii about ao minutci fatter QUEEN & South-boun- South... a 34 am 659 am 34Pm as am supra Solar CRliCENT ROUTE. Trainapass Junction City d Mail 0:43 p. m Hluc-Grad p. m.; New Orleans Limited ss Special 8 40 p m. A-- C. Special a 57 a. ra. ; Blue North-bounQ m ; Cincinnati Limited a:o; Grass Special p. m.; hast Mail s.tl p. m. j a lollows: Q A C Special u 26 a m ; Fait 5oa. CONSUMPTION in its early stages can be cured by the prompt use of Ayers Cherry Pectoral it soothes the inflamed tissues, aids expectoration, and hastens recovery. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co, B. Lowell, Mass. DR. W. PENNY, Dentist. Office South side Main street, in office recently racated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. a. s. price:, Office mil ILL- on SURGEON DENTIST. Main street, over W. B. McRoberts Drug Store, Stanford. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. Is moving to the Higgins office, Lancaster street. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless extracting. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. DR. JOHN M. CRAIG, Homoopathlo Physlolan, STANFORD, --- KENTUCKY. 10 to ta a. m.; 1 to 3 p. ra.; 8 to Office Hours: p. m. Office on Lancaster street, opposite court-hous- e. 39-i- Rubo Stnton caught a catfish in tho river here Friday that measured 22 inches in length and weighed four pounds. Rube was so elated with its capture that he has fished day and night since. It seems from present indications that wo are to have a multiplicity of candidates for the county offices to be filled at the November election. Ed Sweeney, son of Major G. V. Swponey, and J. Watt Brown, democrats, are candidates for circuit clerk, subject to the will of the party, while on the republican side we have James Gibonoy and J. 0. Lay. Mr. Lay was a candidate two years ago for county superintendent and it was claimed that he was cheated out of his nomination by the bosses, who arc now supporting him, in order, doubtless, to heal old sores inflicted Bt that time. Messrs. Sweenoy and Brown are excel lent young men and the democratic party cannot make a mistake in selecting either. A handful of prohibitionists met Saturday at Janie Wash Institute for the purpose of selecting delegates to the State Convention that meets in Louis ville on Juno 1st. The meeting was organized by selecting James Fogle chairMr. man and J.B. Wesley secretary. Fogle, on taking the chair, appointed a committee on resolutions and while this committee was out the time was taken up in a speech by Tyler Jasper, in which he said some good things and assured his brethren thnt victory was in sight. At the close of Mr. Jasper's speech suitable resolutions were reported and adopted, after which speeches were made by Bro. Thomas, of the Methodist church, and Profs. James A. Allen and J. N. Huff, of Janie Wash Institute. Dr. Taylor suggested that the convention should take some Hteps toward putting candidatesin the field for county offices, but Tyler Jasper thought it best to defer that matter for a short time and confer that power on the county committee. J. X. Bowling, Dr. Taylor and Tyler Jasper were appointed delegates to the Louisville convention, with Ma rion Humphrey, Jas. A. Bryant and Prof. J. N. Hull as alternates. Jas. A. Bryant and Jefierson Short were added to the county committee and the meeting adjourned. Upon the whole it was a very orderly aflair, owing doubtless to the fact that there were not enough present to raise a racket. CHURCH I have for some timo beeu studying the cause of bloat in cattle, tiro effect of eating green alfalfa or clover. I find that tho alfalfa or clover when green is POLLED DURHAMS. very heating, nnd when animals have eaten a quantity of it they becomo very llrct-iof Cnttle Tlmt Is Griming In thirsty, as it is very heating in tho i'n or. The danger from the blont is The American Polled Durham Breed- stomach. W feared. If warm water then to ers' association was organized in Novemcan W furnished no serious results are 18S9. The breed is n purely American ber, apprehended, but if cold wntor is one; thnt is, if descendants of imported to be taken info the stomach bloating will Shorthorns, however remotely foreign immediately follow. tho ancestry is, can lw called American. If they fill themselves up in the evenpure or grade Shorthorn cows From green from time to tiiuo have been produced ing or fore part of the night on clover or alfalfa, then in tho morning the cool dew or frost or rain that they , swnllowod with their feed has the samo effect as drinking cold water. Inclose l Stanford, i;6m . - Kentucky.' I JOHN W. HUGHES Is a Candidate (or Commonwealth's Attorney In this the ijth Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democracy ICE I ICE I Kom u-t- hundred f I will delixer Ice every morning In Stanford and land nt une cent per pound ur siaty cents per GOV. JaillCS fr 15. McCrcnry All accounts due last I i AM KM' HUslI cacn etiK. Stanford, Ky. Is a Candidate Conctrts in the Wth Congies. sional District of Kentu k.y, Mibjeit to the action if the Dt'tii'N.ratic party THE SUELTQK HOUSE. ROWLAND, KY. This House has been refitted throughout; hat J. S.OWSLEY, JR., Is a Candidate for Comrrnnvrcallh's Attorney. sub ject to the action of the Democratic party, In any Judicial Dittrut to which Lincoln county may bt Aisijnen. Wv A LIVERY ATTACHED. Transient custom solicited oJoiy J. W CARRIER, Prop. rOLLED DURHAM BULL. hornless calves, which Wing reared nnd bred, often produced other polled calves. Theso nnimals were so jwaceable and easily managed that iolled Shorthorns came to be in demand. Thou tho idea occurred to cattlemen of breeding a hornless herd. This was done in course of time in .everal states, jwirticularly in Ohio, Kentucky and Illinois. All Shorthorns were originally called Durhams, and the owners of tho new breed adopted tho old name for their cattle. By breeding polled Durham to polled Durham for several gouerations a typo has Won secured that nearly always produces hornless calves. These will bo more unerringly true to the typo as it becomes confirmed. Cattle admitted for registration in the polled Durham herd look must, of course. W hornless, and they must in all cases show Shorthorn markings nnd colors. That is the standard of requirements nt present, but after July. 1S93, the standaul will be raided and no ani- . x..tr--- . ryr7 .,. fyrw K' r? ZJ4T&X rswp ...3 x K&? IViLLED OOJb &fl9: - fW, COW. 'J2& DURHAM AFFAIRS. mnl will be rejn&tered that does not show cent, of Shorthorn Mood from n female, or 87 from a malo. If there ia any such thing as a general purpose cow, the advocates of polled Durhams believo that hero she is, their favorite breed being recommended as of tho "beef-milk- " typo we hear so mnch about, yet havo never seen. All tho same, if the Polled Durham association havo found her 'tis well. It two cows or sheep in a green clover or alfalfa pasture where there is no water, HOTEL AND SALOON and nfter they have filled themselves and become thirsty give one lukewarm AT ROWLAND water and the other cold water, and the ono that drinks the ice water will blont and die iu fifteen minutes. my frame Hotel I offer I find also thnt tho leaves of the plant Saloon atfor sale prltately arc now renting at and Rowland, which $$ are more heating than the stems. There per month. It Is ccutrally located and a tine plnt tor business, being at a terminal point on a ill visis 110 danger from feeding tho plant ' It has good well, stable cjal ion of the I. & when it has nge for two reasons; first, house and other necessary outbuildings. Address MR MARY C. KERRILI., Stanford t animals then cat more of the stems; second, at that timo of the yenr the water iu tho iools and ditches is more or less warm. There is no danger in feeding the hay after it is cured or iu lotting Dealer in General Merchandise, animals run on alfalfa pasture when it Lumber and Shingles. is partly dry nnd green mixed. GooJs sold for cash oily It gives mc pleasure am doing to the public in general that In handling alfalfa for hay many make to stateunder the Cash S)stem and thatI the people nicely a mistake. Tho practice of forcing growth arc rapidly catching en to the (act that it Is the so as to make four or live crops n year is better system, both lor the buyer and seller. They I sell aoojs (or about a third less also wrong. It only adds water to it, not than my competitor who do ctedit business He I keep constantly on hand a splenstrength, and it loses greatly by shrink- member that Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothage Wth in tho field ami stack, and did assortment of Hats and the like Call In and ing. Hoots, Shoes, my siokk, which is replenished almost daily makes it littlo Wtter than brown patter see J H. HILTON. Rowland, Ky. for feed. Animals havo to oat from four SMjt WILLIAM MOKELAND, to fivo Kunds of water to get anything Dealer In the abcue out of the alfalfa hay cut so young, and .NOTICETOTHE. 'Orders for Cattle, Shoep and Hogs it causes horses to become weak in tho kidneys. or wl.hlmtu purchase same, vill da well Alfalfa should not be cut until the call ou or address me An experience of fifteen ears In this business has been of profit to m and n blossoms Wgiu to fall, then the pods I have opened In connection with nr Hotel, the I think I can make tt profitable both to the buyer to form and tho plant has nutriment and seller V O arf.lri-- SUnford, Ky. io Unite at the Myers House in it. When a man cuts his alfalfa four or more times a year to put it ou the market he injures himself and tho balHOUSE; ance of the community, as it is without F. B. RIL.EY, Proprietor. s First-Clasmbstance or fattening quality, and s who buy the hay to feed to cattle Kentucky. or work animals will not buy alfalfa And offer the services of It to the public. Ilrand London, new vehicles and fresh blooded horses make my again, as they imagine all alfalfa ha is stable compare with I have moved to my new Heitl and am betut than ever alike. Some parties, however, are Good Livery attached and every convenience deTho Bost in metho Country. prepartdGive me a to aocommodaie the public. in having fields planted where sired. a call. call. Ghe 17 FRANK RILEY. the ground is always moist. Iu such loP W GREEN, Tropnetor AL BURNS, Manager cations it will grow too rapidly, nnd will W of no u.o but to pasture or feed hogs or milk stock, as it tills the place of slop 'This netlee forewarns hunters. Asheruiea and very well. W. E. Anderson iu StrVk others nat ta trespass on our lands without permission, as all sKh will be pretceutetl to the Grower. FORSALB. J. S. HILTOIT, kno-th- TllAVELING .- --. PUBLIC. f":7h" -- W-gi- si MYERS HOUSE, THE RILEY tor-ton- Livery Stable, POSTED. THE 60FFEY HOUSE ; j 1 j MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, and Depot Streets, milliner Main andDress Maker Corner Stanford, P Kentucky. Has just received a handsome line of Sprinr and Summer Millinery and invites her Inetids and the generally to call in and get first choice, Sublic Ilonuet trimmed In the latest style by most artistic bauds, XC3S iSJSTD BEER. cvy I can supply the families of Stanford and vicinity with home made Ice at 00 cts. per 100 pounds less than that amount at one cent per pound, and manufactured Ice at 75 cents per 100 pounds or iH cents for smaller quami'.ies. ice ueiivereu rnArlifnr. Icall special attention to the John Bre- merMlrsiwinz C- - ' Celebrated I X L. lleer, iui ill furulsh in eithe' kef or which I am agent. bottle. Write lor prices. E. HREMKR, Stanford, Ky. I3tf MONUMENTS Of all kind., Made and Sot Up in All Parts of the Country. No Agents employe' ' iy tm W. ADAMS No. a & Hraadway, Lexington, Ky SON, W. C. GREElflTlTC, HUSTONVILLE, KY., Dealer in Groceries, Hardware, Queensvrare, Glassware, Cutlery, table and packet, Harnessand Confectioneries Also handles MolineTluws, Chilled and Steel Cultivators, Double Shovels, Corn Planters, Huckeje m Give him a trial Mowers and Hinders 7- EGGS FOR HATCHING From the following standard varieties: White Cochins .Mitchells strain ; White Plymoth Rocks Hawkins strain'. White Le;horns (Kuapps strain. Pawls separately yarded; eggs warrant ed pure. Price $J per setting of 13. jV. M. SHUUARS, Lancaster, Ky IDOiff'T "TOCT KXTOW ... That JESSE D. WEAKEN Keeps the nicest, the best and largest variety of Fancy Goods, Fruits, Candies Nuts, Cigars And Tobacco in the city t BOBPT FORGET That he also keeps the cheapest stock ot Staple Groceries, And Provisions, Vegetables, Sic , and that he exchanges all kinds of goods for llacou, Lard, lluttcr, E;gs, Potatoes, etc., ior which he pays the Highest Market Prices. Goods delivered anywhere in the city and his ly trip made to Rowland. dai- " both-myse- the Grand Army boys may be interested In the following from Alex II, Pope, A. D C, I am agent for The Central Kentucky Hedge Commander Dep't Tenn ai.d Ga, lie aays, "We Fence Co.. ot Lancaster, and offer the services of hate had an eplderrlc of whooping cough here and the Company to the citizens of Stewart, Ten 11.) and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy hat been the only medicine that has done any Lincoln county. I am very thackful for the liberal patronage received and hope by (air dealing to good," 1 here is t o danger from whooping cough good when this remedy Is freely given. It completely Farmers tn need of merit continuance. fenco will find me at the Myers House in Stanford controls tio disease. 7$ and 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr M. L, Bourne, Druggist ane Optician, n each County Court day. W, JOHNSON. Stanford, Ky. 9.6i Some of TO THE FARMERS. onebnx liucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Soldsu A. K. Penny's drugstore. s The 4 feet deep, 2 feet wido at tho top and Now Try This. It will cost you nothing and will surely do you 8 inches wide at tho bottom is a good good If you hae a cough, cold or any trouble with frize. Dip immediately after shearing. throat, chest or lungs, Dr. King's New Discov ery lor consumption. Coughs ana (.olds Is guar Each grown animal will take out of the anteed to (f'e relict or money will be paid back. Sullerers from La Grippe found it just the thing tank from two quarts to a gallon of and under its use had a speedy and perfect recovwash. If SOU or more animals are to bo ery. Try a sample bottle at our expense and dipped I would construct a dipping platlearn for yourself just how good a thing it is. Trial bottles free at A. R. Penny's drug store. Large form of matched hoards, dressed on ono site 50 cents and $1. side, at least 10 feet square; break it i. at the center and have tho iloor slant in Specimen Casos. S. H. Clifford. New Cassell. Wis., was troubled from each side to a trough, which with neuralgia and rheumatism, his stomach was was atfected to an alarming bhould havo bufiicient slant to carry a disordered. Ills liver desrree, appetite fell away and he was terribly re good stream back to the tank. duced in flesh and strength Three bottles of A tank and dipping stand such as I have xjecinc Diners cureu. mm described would have a capacity of 1,000 Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, III., had a running sore on his leg ot eight years standing. Used to 1,800 sheep per day if the sheep were three bottles of Electric hitters and seven boxes of Rucklen's Arnica Salve and his lee Is sound fed into tho tank regularly and tho tank and well John Speaker, Catawba, Ohio, had kept full, say six to eight soaking all the five large fever sores on his leg, doctors said he was incurable One bottle Electric Hitters and time. F. E. Burch. " Rev. A. V. Sizemore will preach at Rowland at 3:30 Sunday. The corner stone of a new Catholic church at Georgetown was laid this week. The Baptist church at Camden, N. J., is in the hands of the sheriff for a debt due the pastor. Rev. R. H. Caldwell will preach at Walnut Flat Saturday at 3:30 p. it., and Sunday at 11 A. M Elder McClellan, of Mt. Olivet has received a call from the Midway Christian church at $1,500 per year. Sunday-schoo- l meets at 9:30 .v. m at Walnut Flat on 3d Sunday in each month and 3:30 p. si. on other Sundays. Jos. P. Ellis, a noted Baptist preach er of his section, died iu Ohio county Sunday, aged SI. He had been a preacher 52 years. Rev. Georgs O. Barnes and family will arrive to morrow and at 3 p. si. Sun day will preach at the to which everybody is invited. The Methodist Conference at Omaha adopted a resolution against Sunday opening of the World's Fair, and tele- graphed it to Congress and the Presi' dent. An amendment to the church dis cipline permitting dancing was ofl'ered iu the .Methodist conference at Omalm. It is said thnt Bishop Foster is iu favor of the change. The matter was refer-- 1 red to the committee on discipline. Rev. A. V. Sizemore has returned from tho Baptist convention at Atlanta. He says the city was overrun with dele-- ! pates And that the meeting was one of the largest in the history of the South ern church. Uev. Geo. W. Perryman j prenuueu iuu iiiuuhuliui v otuiuu. 1 no next convention will meet May 12, 1S9J, nt Xash villi'. Court-House, I ' j I jouruaj About Tick. The region for ticks commences not d parallel of latifnr from the tude. I may as well say that point marked out for acclimation fever in cattlo, though I do not claim thoyaro tho causo of fever. Thero aro two distinct 6pecies of ticks, perhaps more. I will notico two only. Tho brown tick with star in center is a fnmiliar one, and has two long hooks or claws for climbing or catching hold of any object passing near enough. I havo noticed on blades .of . ., grass iu 11 0 wootis tumps 01 seen iicks or tms variety wiui tno bKeieton or mother tick, indicating tho peculiar 1 mode of propagating themselves-h- ow not understand. This tick is not en troublesome to stoci: as tlio black or .,...v,1.. winter tick. Tl.n T.1n..1. St.,1 it, UlllilUlJ J.11U UiUV.i liVIW A3 different in species. lie has a webbed foot that oH)us and expands at will. IIo can go up u pano of glass as easily as a horseily, or penetrate tho thickest coat of hair any animal has, and when ouce upon a cow is nt homo has come to stay for tho season. They propagate on the beast rapidly, and if not attended 10 win keep ine annual iroin thriving as it should. They come and seabbns, where and how 1 go with will leave Some One else to decide. To keep thdn off your stock have to commence work as soon as warm weather begins or a littlo before. Sulphur ami talt in equal quantities, given twice a week, will keep them under control. Every person knows the irritation a tick bite creates, and tho thought occurs if we had a few hundred of them on the beast that gives the milk or tho steak wo consume daily, we eat very inferior beef or drink very poor milk in many caes, or perhaps may bo laying the foundation for some tuturo ills that we know nothing of. Cor. Southern Live Stock thirty-secon- ' ... I o Ciirlnj; lllilea. STANFORD, KY., 55 J K. IIRUCE. THOMAS C. HALL. Salting hides should bo done under STEELE 1IAILEY. cover. Firat, a layer of alt of about A.M. KELAND II. W. G A INKS. Bhould bo spread over the iloor, ono inch JAMES GIVKNS. on tho placo intended for tho hido pile. I. S PHILLIPS. Ihis Hotel, renovated and relurnished, Is now ANTON R KNACKER on the salt spread out tho first in my charge and I Intend tt conduct it Mast Then add high rtputaiian, but to not only maiutain CLARK KUYNMLDi hide, ilesh sido up, taking care that there to Its leng lilt ol lis friends bpecial accommodaM. LACKOWI17 T D NEW LAND shall bo no folds or wrinkles. Cover tho tions for commercial travelers and fine mams for samples. W W, HAY hide completely with salt, and then put thedlsploy of (. C. I.MN on tho next hide as before, with onothor A layer of salt. It is necessary to havo And IllLLIARDand POOLROOMS attached.! tho hides spread smoothly, with plenty JOSEPH COFFEY ,:.tl NATIONAL BANK of salt betweeu each hide, eo that no LOCUST GROVE" OF STANFORD, KY portion of the hido will bo left uncovered. Tho quantity of salt necessary is about forty or fifty pounds to a hide. It Capital Stock-Surplu- s is generally a good plan to mako tho FOR SALE outside of tho hido pile a trifle higher Lincoln co., Farm and The than the center, as this method allows conprl finest 450 acres lrichest soil in Laud, situaime all tho moisture to rumaiu in the pile ted wlthm two miles of Stantoid, the .onHly sent AttentiAfl of the public is invited to (tho fae and prevents draining. This can bo of Lincoln. Frouted by the Shelby City turnpike that this is the aaly National Hank ra Stanford douo by turning iu ...v .........., ..... hoad piVe. This is one of the best Stock Farms in the ' Under the provisions of the ."Sattoaal lianl; Act Iy by the capital not k,.k .1.1. i ruin jnwiliuii ai J .. vm.w v.w.v I'lUSJ'VIISiri r..... 1)5wu8 nml llsing ,,i0,lty of salt. " The Iu. the stock hwlders UaWllitv lor vaimn Abundance ef water lor all purpoe4 stock, hut br to the stock, so tltat depc.itots an of amount equal timo to salt n hide dopends somowhatou of J, so land tho climate, and in no case should tho hen p tobacco, corn and wheat. lhand twoIt An this institution are secured by a fund of the00,000. Tive sorn statements oftrtecendittoti bank so that it galt awuw uutil it has lost its Mil-d- o located made The can ha dn.ded a large and re made each year 10 the United States governFarms improvements are t stent b( the law. Signed C. M.SI'OOAMOORE lull-e- st JOSEPH COFFEY.JPro'r. Flrst-ClasslSalo- on FIRST stock: farm! Illuc-Orass S200.000 10,500 -- '' I. " w .tnu 1 mtx I ilc.at. them-solv- es ; This will tako from oight to twenty hours, according to tho condition of the weather. To bo well cured the hido should remain iu tho salt from ton to twenty days, as tho case may be, and then tifkeu out, carefully shaken and compactly tied into packages. It la n mistake to cure hides in a vav, as it will cause them to plump up and detract from their weight wheu shipped. Bo- 6i(le!, lucy win ot lnko ns g(XHl ionti,or ns tho6lj mt tmted to a pickle, Iwcom-th- e ,- commodious dwellinsr a convenient stock baru.. Ac . the oestel fruit of al! kiinis, etc rorlntor-mati.aK II IOSES, Stanford apply to ) I IONICS, V R1LE , Pmcville If. T. Itl'SII, REAL ESTATE AGENT Stanford, Ky. have quite a number ol FARMS lor sale ol the Lan lin Lincoln county. very boat H These Partus are all well improved ami gaad rich lands, ruamnz in sue from 50 to 500 Acres Considering then lotalny. their richness aixl fertility of toll the cuiiveimnee f tumpta and that bring marSel right to our door, they arc cheaper than the Lands of any other cotMtyta the State There is scarcely a Farm in the coast-t- v o cr 5 miles from a dotot " The county is checked with turnpikes manias inesery direction There t not a public tm4 est tering the county seat that H not Macadamied We hate the Knox ville flranch etthp L. AN H K. dividing the county from Kast to Wust and the C. S. K K from North to Jsmlh; the K. C. K. R Irom this place to Cincinnati, cro.tmc the C. O at Winchester, givmirfull accets to the markets ol the whole world. Itesnles, we have thrr large l'l Mir Mills m the county thatgiseus a market lor all our cram right at home; and tne dvtotap 'mcntol the mountain regions ol Kastern and Kentucky bv lailroads and the out- t.t knnih liw railrnadt lias ernated such a demand for all i, wis of cereals and prosender that wecan scarcely retain enough tor homcconsumptlon. The people are prosperous, generous and kind, believing in Christianity and education. There is not a neighborhood in the ccxmty but has a gcod church and school-housStanford, the county seat of Lincoln, is a pros- perous little city )( about j.soo inhab.tanla and is the great doorway from the North atid North- -, east South and from the Northwest to Njuthenit, and standing as it does gantig tight Into the bos- om of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern Kentucky backed up by the whole resoti ol the SlMe with railroads running through t m all noints of the compass, makes 11 uaiuraii) one of the best located towns In the South for mannfactures and other enterprises 01 magnitude. Water Works are now being azitated and right, ol a mile aboue the town about there could be erected Water Works with very a city of 150,000 In- -J liltle cost that would supply habitants with the purest and best water In the world Our little city has been newly rebuilt in the last few years and its butincss houses ard res- idences will compare with larger cities of greater nn.trn.innt. Our merchants and tradesmen are all prosperous and doing well. We have two banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that are prosperous and in a good condition We have splendid schools. We have a Female Cnlltre, a large brick building, with oscr 100 pu pils tii attendance and under the prlncip.ilship ol l'rof. I M. Hubbard, is in n flourishing condition. We alto have aF,Seminary that Is a good Hlakemanatits head. We school, with Prof 11 have one of the best Public School buildings ic this section of the State, with over 100 puptls in attendance, and with other good private schools, you see our school facilities are excellent. We have elegant church builmugs, representing every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers offias class talent and are doing a better business than any class of men in the city. I have tried to make this ttatemrnt as facts, without auv exaggeration or coloring, ai those who know will bear ne out, and those who wish to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate amongla good people with all the best surroundings, would do well to call and see me before pur hasirjg oltcwhere I ss rail-ruaSouth-eastern i e. Hlue-Orai- s 1 three-fourt-- ment and its assets are esamlacd at stated times by goserument agents, thus sfiuriog additilona tntf perfect safety to depositors This institution, ortgmaily established as ths Deposit IWnk of Stanford ia iSjS, thro reiirgaa red as the National Hank ol Stanford in 1M5 and the First National Dank o( sgain Stantoid in iia, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of is years It is butler supplied aow with lacilitlts for transacting business prompt iy aad liberally msstwr before in its leng and Accoaals of corporations, aenorable career firms and Individuals respectfully solicfidu-:incs, its! The Directory af this IlinW is composed 01 r. J. Hester, of Stanford; Forestus Reid, Lincoln eonntyj J W. llaysloa, Stafford; S II Uaagamais, Lincoln, M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon; S. T. Harris Lincoln; J..S. Mocker Stanford; P.. A. Lackey, Llnoslni T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. O. Welch, Stanford; ' - u rr.irnitil. Tlw tPmlnnw nf lit.lna in .Irv- out in this climate can be overcome by keeping them covered with dampened burlaps or old carpets. If theno observations are carefully noted there will bo no trouble with curing hides. Field ond Farm. I.l Stock Points. Have a tight roof to your coops and shut the chickens in when it rains. Keep them there till tho ground dries off. ii,v Tim i.- -t .v.i,t n,,. Vt i. J. Hockcr, President; omi'ERS: W.P.Tate, Stanfotd John J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKitinev, Assistant Cashier. Slircii Dliijilhi; Tank. tunic about 10 feet long, Meeting of Saddle Home Ilreeders. The first annual meeting of tho Saddle Horse Breeders' association convened in Louisville early in April. Of tho horses hereafter to bo registered in tho book of this association the stallion's pedigree must bo traced back to standard bred horses. Hares and geldings may be registered on their merits. A good sheep dip- is made by steeping tobacco fetems and loaves in hot water. Somo of tho arsenical sheep dips of commerce are also very good. "Wild whooping cowboy ways do not suit sbeop," says an experienced breeder. A Texas paper says that tho long horned steer is now out of place in that rapidly advancing state as much as the old fashioned log court house would be. The T. p. remarks, further: "When cows they farmers can raise are foolish to waste timo and feed on cows. When cattlemen can raise beeves they would bo silly to give all their attention to beeves." When hogs are fed on com, always give them ashes, mixed in equal parts with tho salt you add to their rations. It is very important for keeping them in health. A writer says a hen that lays ono egg a week will pay her expenses. Doubtful, very, unless the writer lives in a locality where feed costs only a cent a week to the hen. It cocks' eggs you seek, Most sturdy and sound, three-gnllon one-qua- rt 2,000-poun- d 800-pou- farmers Bank&Tnist ' , Go. OF STANFORD, KY., Is now fully organised and ready lor business with Paid tin Oartikal nf . . . . - - - . OUTPlUS, . ' "ROnr! nnn 19,000, SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANIORD. ,... . Now clol,u u under P) "" uy iiuvnions 01 us cnaiicr, aepositors are M fullv protected as ate depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held Individually liable to the eatent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as in individual To those who entrusted their buisiness to us while mnagiog she Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust tbey will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience in banking and as liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. J J. Williams, Mt. VernOn-'" ,. '" " -- ... ..v... "' I j Select all the louironw They're better tb.au round; Hut if liens' eggs yon vraqt 'Xtt-:-b the old hen to set. Pick tho rounded ones out Auu ull pullet you'll get. Hall, Stanford;' J. S. Owiley, Stanford; S. J. Embry, Stanford ; J. E. Lynn, Stanford; A. W, Carpenter, Milledgeville; J, K.IIaughman, HustonvilU; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch.l.Stanlord, Ky. , II. Shanks, Hftesidcnt, J.D.Owsley, Cash! W. M. Bright, Teller. M 95-iyr J, V 'Bl . ' S t 4topx; ---A'