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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892052001 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. T J f 7 f; T5"' W- - 'J T i 'i Semi Weekly Interior VOL. XX. CLEVELAND CASEY'S CHOICE. Journal NO. 24 - STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. MAY 20.1892. bright little son of Mra. Tim baso ball ganio between tbe At a meeting of tho democracy o( Ca . . .. Irvine, the ... ttlntinml ma Iilcn nml nnf mill mil ni lilt! JA-Uarrison, died on tlie loth Inst., at at tho D.invMoH nnd Lexingtons luesday was . , Bey county In mass convention, t,,en l0 w'" Guthrie, Ok. court-hous- e in Liberty, nt 2 o'clock, r. won by the last named by a core of 7 to ,0UBL'', of V'0 HiC M. Ballon will occupy one of . In " atilKt-ttliinAnV:.V,U.7. a iilatol belonging to tbe pc- - L, Mlf ,(Rni . , Mw. T ninn8nn -- -"- ...i. 10 n Cflll 01 uiu OHIW Wimm '" "'r nn,l trnilnn. ling block as a grocery V. M. Mvers. chairman of tho county county, is visiting the family of her tho saloon door nnd on tho outside, The man who has never been conbrother. Mr. Augustus Hogers, nt the D. committee, explained the object of the when Morrissy opened tho door and spicuous in politics is less likely to have of select fc D. Institute. meeting to bo (or tho purpose in the abdomen nnd that enemies than those whose who havo takII. H. Karris, of tho Gilcher House, shot him Undelegates to attend tho' State Con-- ' Veach returned the Are, shooting Mor- en a prominent part in public allaire; bought nt sheriirs sale, Monday, tho volition to bo hold at Louisville, May '5, rissy in tho arm. Mr. Veach's remains nnd this is why Mr. Watterson justly Galllo Uibh property on Walnut sheet, 1592. were brought hero to ins father's and concludes that dark horses, who have , n(!Xi to the Methodic church, for SS10. Oil motion G. V. Sweeney was select-Thursday. burled ki'pt in the background are usually the ed permanent chairman and A. It. ClHrke, V. W. Petin, traveling passenger , strongest The chair thereupon appoint-tllL, L & NWHITLEY COUNTY. wIslieH lt WILLIAMSBURG, t of . The Cnnatian Workers' convention !, O.IJ. w. vnipp, 1. known that the rate from Stanford and The commencement exercises of tho will be held iu Lancaster May 25th, 20th Coultor, W. M. Myers and J. Boyle Stono Itowland to Louisville, Sunday, May 22, Haptist Institute begins Wednesday ev- and 27th. Tho opening eetsion will be a couunilteo on resolutions, who report- -, wij 00 jo for t1() round-trip- , The train ening and every one is expected to at at the Presbyterian church, Wednesday, following: od tho m nVe Kmvlaud at 7 a. m. tend and be highlv entertained. The the 25th; Thursdav,the2dth at the Chris ItcHOLVKii I. Tliat wo approvo tho call Mrs. Sally Stienbergen wishes it teachers report a good year's work by tian church, closing Friday night with a of tho Stato Central Committee for a known that she found tho Sll that she the students and an unusual high grade goppel temperance meeting. All are i Ixiuls-vill- o Statu Convention to bo held in thought iiad been stolen from her last 'n claM s'anding. vited to attend. May 25th, 1SUJ, for tho purpose of week. She had not put it in her pocket-book- , Mrs. J. 13. Gibson, of Stanford, is Tl... T. rl.,l. ,r.a r...nl1.. delegates to attend tho Nationselecting ns she thought, hut left it in a buConventien to be hold in the city of reau drawer, where she afterwards found visiting her mother, Mrs. A. J. Curd. tained by Miss Lillie Grant on Monday al Mies Fannie lA'wis, who lias been visit- evenini! The couples present were: Chicago, Juno 21, lSt)J, to nominate can- it. ing her aunt, Mrs. McCracken, will re- Lizzie Thompson and Burt Spencer; EH- -' didates for president mid vice president Col. James A. Fisher nnd wifo ox turn to her home in Yirginia Thursday za Anderson and Charlie Frisbie; Bessie of tho United States. for Platte City, Kas , morning. William Gentry is at home pect to loavo Marksbury and Wesley McQuerry; Char- V. Whipp, W. M. My2. That John where they will spond n portion of tho McAnlnch and T. W Wash summer with their daughter, Mrs. Gash-wile- r. again, after several months' stny in New Ho Walker nnd Hallie Herring; Frank ers, II. II. dele-git- es Albany, Ind. Marksbury and Tallio Orand; Mattiej bo and they are hereby appointed After that they will make their Mr. John T. Hays, of Barbourville, Walker and Eph Brown; Lizzie Hood to attend ami cast tiie vote of Cahome with their son, Geo. I). Fisher, of Mr. ... DANVILLE. That Vench made n spirited reply to this, when Morrissy, bo got his whisky. j LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. " 1 ."..." 'i u. ""- ""' n.i.. ii.. ,,,,,T ,.T rfr,.,1 Thatc' a ... ...... YOU SHOULD .Our stock of. .We have... SEE i. 1'JtL mi fl If ? Gents' Furnishing Goods. u i'W-- t '' to-da- ""s j EVERYTHIN G IN SHIRTS, jn pjainf piajte(i. puff and neglige. The best stock of Summer Un- derwear jn town. Scriven's Elastic Seam Drawers are the best. 1 ,;.. nnr.l ''ELEGMT LME EECKWEKK Collars, Cuffs and Half Hose. We have added a line of i . i - 1 !, u I r X to-da- All new and the latest styles. Remember that Thomas Emmerson's Sons' Shoes are the best. ' sey county in tho Stato Convention to be held at Louisville, May 26, 1S02. they are 3. Thatonrdelcgalosboand to cast the vote of hereby Instructed Casey county in Stato Convontlon for O II. Waddle, of Pulaski county, and Green Denhani, of Whitley county, for delegates for tho 11th congressional district to attend the National Convention, to bo held nt Chicago, Juno 21, ISO'.'. . That wo admire G rover Cleveland for his rugged honesty, his rxitriotiftin spent Sunday and Monday with us. and Willie Walker; Georgia Miller and St. I.ou!s. C. It Hrock went to London last Satur- Asbrook Frank. -- Copt. J. W. Jacobs U. S. A.) and day to be at tho convention, and was InA gentleman who sent an agent to family aro visiting Danville friends. structed for ns a delegate to tbe National a distant city to attend to some business, Ciipt. Jacobs has been stationed at Fort convention. Mr. Uronk is one of our was desirous of ascertaining what had Heilly, Kansas, for some time past. most promising young lawyers and a been accomplished and not caring to MissS.illie K. Worrell has returned af- thorough democrat, and would bo a good write a lengthy epistle, simply sent to ter an absence of beveral months iu man to xend to assist in nominating the the address of his einploYthe following: nnd other Kastern States. o next president. "John Jones. Milwaukee, '?' " to which Klder Kendrlck will continue tho Monday was countv court day and he received this reply: "0" If the ques... ..;.. 1.... .. 1. .1... :.. ,1 .1... "v Bl,,,1-rj """""""' "' v,,u "vv ""jtiio attendance was unusually smau tion should be asked, "What has been "l "' uimsimii uuuiuu, The will ot James " ?"" Snyder was pronat- done by the Legislature?" could it be At the conclusion of the'.,, H0 left his property to be controlled answered In a like manner? ...,,.,. .11.1 ...dlmi 10 the i,rlii.suiulaylH8l. Has a Complete Stock of services. Tuesday night, tho ladiesof tho i)V his wife, if she remains unmarried, Miss Lo Grant has returned, after a elides of the democratic party and if h, At" ftlul rtranbor- - nnd at her deuli to be divided among tlire'e months' visit iu Tennessee. P"rcl K' n ic Mrs. the assembled wisdom of the National 'clival, from which they cleared his cliildren in about equal parts, except W. M. Boglo is her mother, Mis. it U tho opinion that the Convention : nloul " his son Martin, who is to have only half Wm. Wherritt, Misses Bessie Bush and success of tho democratic patty will not i -- Mrs. George O. Barnes is the guest He appointed Kate WalJon have returned from a visit 11IC, ns the others. for bo endangered by his nomination of tho family of her nephew, Dr. J. C. AH Clark, of to Bryautsville. Messrs. J. T. nud W. the presidency, he is our choice for that ,,0le- - Mm- l,wlI10ri1 Daviess, of Nash- - his wife and his son WALL Jollico, his executors. M. Eason were tailed Imiiio by the crit-- , high position. vi,,e n,ul NI'" Annie T. Daviess, of Har- Tho democratic convention met last ical illness of their fattier. Mr. Lou 5 That the Hon. Henry Wattersou. dini-k'- . are visiting Mrs. Wm. Warren. Saturday at tho pursuant to Hopper, of Covington, is visiting his, tlie l is tho able editor of 'lll',u' 1,,ft Junction City tho call, nml was calleil to onlerbyCoun. mother, Mrs. Ann Hopper. J. C. Thomp general in,M,s- opinion tho greatest in 1.....' Tliomas son wasiu Danville last week. ...... ,t n..t.t- H..L bo is true to'WwJuwjday for Chicago to yisit her! ty chairman II. C. King. Col. ...... ., . ..V .....wV ... O .Mara nominateti ur. a. uauin lor Thompson and wife nre visiting at G .1....1.. . un.riv.ml its principles daughter, Mrs. Mason. A" elderly and rather forlorn look-- ; permanent chairman and ho was elected Gaines'. 1... - .n..lr.v iliH nblest exponent of .1.. Inir pirty, with ono eye, giving the name j,K0 H, H.Tye was elected secretary, DEALER IN- Theie is a certain amount of preju democratic principles In all our laud; ' Win. Miller, was apprehended by Col. Upon motion the chairman appointed dice ngalnst professional men and a rL't that his motives aro pure, his head lev Win TTT A J2r TTPTX7TPT Lj S. Dowuton. Wednesday morning, Huguely, H.C. King, Thomas OO W CjJLiJX luctnnce to send lawyers to the Legisla- - W eland his counsel always wise. W. for appropriating a copy of the Louis-- k. m. m, ' kllls e. Mohan and J. 11 Rollins a ture to make the laws, when n moment's delegates to ont " instruct our ,...,. r in Stato Con ville Times from a doorstep, where the committee on relutions, who reported reflection would satisfy anjone that AND DONE. Iiad left it. Tho old man ox- - rolutionB endorsing the principles of vmiiimi fnrtho'llon. llonry Watteron carrier those are the ones who are beatqunliuvu plained that he thought it was an old tiK. party, Ac, and appointed A. Gatlitr, 5"A11 work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty . to perform eiliciently duties of that for delegate to tho Nation tl Convention paper and that ho wanted It to wrap up g. a. Denham, K. D. Perking, Walker kind It isnho.it as unreasonable to ox- for the Stato at large. j w.,j Qd ' ,d Qr si,ver jn QKch for sjino bank notes that ho was afraid to , Mn(,on nn,i nil other good democrats as pect lawyers to be fine farmers or me- " ds 0 That a copy of these resolutions be oxpos.nl. This partly, but not al- carry .legates to the convention at Louisville. chanics as it is to expect farmers nnd sent to the Courier Journal, tlie I.ntkiu- togotlier, allayed thu colonel's suspicion The convention instructed its delegates mechanics to be experts in framing Mie tho Danville Damocrat and onJocRSU ho had arrested a dangerous crinii-Ci A, Denliaiu for delegate to laws by which the people are to be tbe Kentucky Advooate for publication. ' t'"t m he pranwilml with him to the to vote for nal, , ,. iidlourned ti.e ciilcnao convention and s n unit. governed. Of course there are excepi... show- lar of justice, where in 0, rjj ,!Uters. No other instructions tions to t liis as well as to all other rules, A. U. Ciuikk, Soey. ame die. ed tliat the prisoner, if not a bank rob were given. but tho common saiii-- of the" matter ber, was a republican emissary, scouring Judge Morrow's Victory. would teach the propriety of sending HUBBLE. the country' and stealing democratic tfc Innfior Joutnil ) j To the Kditw of those who aie incut familiar with wh. t Judgo Morrow, the winner of the newspapers like the Times, sons to keep J. C. Kubanks bought of Wooils they are selected to do in all the relagreat Brooklyn Handicap, was ownml hi the Hople from cutting at tho truth in Bros, some yearlidg steers at S10. tions of life. to it"-- ' ureat poiitimi issues o: 1110 lil two vour old form by Mr. Juniei W. The East saw mill, from Garrard MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. , Guet, than whom h more courteous an - ,i,ys. Tin old cliup was allowod to oounty, has located on J. W. Bright's thoroughbred gontwuiaii nv- wlV0 town. thornivh farm. Odie Paul nnd Misi Annie L Husand The staWnnmt in last Friday's Intk- for er won friends with wit and sociability, About 1,000 pounds of wool havo ton were married Wednesday. Both par-ti- t beauty Itl0K Jocmxal. that the United States lelov-- l a good horse nor admired beon bought this season, at this place, at s live at McEinney. "CastorUUsowelUdaptedtochUdrenUiat Catort cures Colic, ConstlpAtlon, nud lovehnews In women. A(tr a fairly gitiou nt Bdrliu iiad, iu reply to nt lunst 22 cents. Sour btoiunch, I)iarrhaa. Eructation, I. B. Walls, three times a widower I recommend tt ju superior to any prescription Mr. n thousand inquiries, pronounced the and promoter ill Kilbi Woruu, givud good showing as a The supper at Herring's sehool- - and only S.', ami M's. Lucy Schyler, a II. A. Ancitcn, M. D Vcown to mo " restion, a WitLuut Injurious medication. 111 So. OxJord St., Brooklyn, N. T. Suans. who had becomeltl' jmrUior t in ,,reftt "FMier fortune" a myth, being liouso netted S5I.75, last Saturday night, pretty widow of 20, will be married at ... . . M.i.l II - 5, III ui nrougni 10 .1 aueiuiou 01 a inuviiiu Jt wm i,0 US1H1 to lepnir thu house nud the bride's father's, near McKinuey, theliorse, soul mm ior vi.wu ...... Tub Ccntacr CoMrANT, T7 Murray Street, N. T n umy, who im 3 tievoiwi mucii nine to a buy an organ. won a n,wu wieWs later ho F. J. Crance shot and fatally woundtoutlnued to win that fall the next uareful inveMiewtioti of the subject, she' Thomas Smith will take charge of year making himself a valuable horse by Hj,: "The United States legation, the Hush Branch toll gate soon, as Mrs. ed Hattie Hegedorn iu a dry goods etoro j S)ino nine ago, mane mo same repiy 10, Wm UU1 constant iKsrioruiaiice aim .leoitle.l to move near in Cincinnati, in which both wero sales-because1 A. C. SINE won uy whiihk un iiuiuiry on tue pari 01 tlie Ainericnu J N. MENEFE tin stamp of grtmtness, We hate to givo Mrs. men, and then killed himself Harrodsburg rec- Lrtat horses. In one race gildingI..tiieI. Ml Fishers, as the! one published last week. Latin up as she has been a good gate- - she refused his attentions. , .. ..I . . , , , l. I , , imi 1110 American risuers aro con vineeu . A mob of 73 went to tho hou&o of a ord U uulw, IK poiinii" M. M ugnlonl, ami that the legation has not iavotiKtitud r woman near Covington and threatened is by Vandal's son, Ho mllttv vory iiuicli arrja waB nui0I1(; , I3ST v,as named for Judge T. '..Morrow, our tho m,utor and has made this public an agt to kill her if she mnriied. Her litis A band had been dead less than two weeks popular and respucto.1 circuit judge Uo,iUcuinent to get rid of a troubloMimo (or R flnu oflU k ,ook, well correspondence iu which it lias no per married tho whose opinions on all subjects are ,fl nm, w,(e re v,8t, amonR and she was to have been ' mu wviuenc.tn liens his many friend-- , here this week. Bro. night the mob prevented It. pumivo, ....v.v... Boni uuuruni. worthy Ot lieetl, Wve - t luwo learned positively, through Lawyer The wife of Cope Snapp. split up for ho is so far oil as to aflUiato with the ie- O. E. Powell preached a splendid ser10 years for stealing at St. Paul, stood But there is always n week- Louis Veueke, of Bruuswicke, Mo., who mon at tho school-houspublicans Sunday night, Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets even tho has called to his assistance reputable ids confession nud iiess ullled to greatness and toaciowded house. Dr. Peyton has heroically by him till to hate. She has and Verandah Work. been known to luwyors in Germany, that tho immense love turned horse, bis namesake, has boen attending Miss Addle Blanks, who then her milk, when to have gone right wero hot fortune left by l.udwig Fisher, who died has been very ill for soino days. Joe filed application f r divorce . and will rehomt-tor and tho judge's tune is so taken with many years ago in Culpepper county, Hice lias returned to Frankfort to attend turn to her Louisville hie' otlicial dutiesland gonial inteicourso j vn) i8 on deposit in Germauy, and that The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. school. C. P. Huntington has giyen $2.",000 that ho has not the opportunity to look tho only trouble (it is admitted to bo a to tho Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, - - vast ono) tho American or other heirs into nolitics snlliciently to see clearly. The Investment Company of Mid- - for an artificial cataract with a fall of 75 Oflicc by W. 15. McAfee, (tlie will havo in getting possession of it, will dlesboro baa assigned to James T. Fish feet II., wns bred horse, not tho inan, In Lincoln county, ba in satisfactorily establishing their de- - er, of Fisher's agency. It was organizof such good ones as Ct,nt and tho degree of their decout ed about two years ago by G. W. Ar tho READY Terra Cotta, Santaliue, Bucktie nnd old (,otu tho original ownor of tho estate." thurand J. 12. West for tho purpose of Mr Lml Vencli, of this place, son of improving business property in that Bill Ulllion, tho horse that put tho now Wialthy owner, Groeh B.Morris, on hia Mr Amlrew Ve.icli, of the I). & D. In city, but nothing to do ran its liabilities feet, when ho was adrift and his oir.s H,ilute, was shot by Mike Morrissy, a up'to $13,000 and a suit did the rest. started him on tho tldo that U)ar ct,J)er ut Harrodsburg, Tuesday -- Lem Cooper stole a horso in Bath goue-a- nd to fortune. Many other eootl nit,htf ,uul dit,(i Weilnestliiy about 3 county last week nnd escaped to How an led on THE BEST --s. from O.cock TJie telegrams to tho daily county. A po&e followed and captured and useful racers havo gouo out county and shown their heels erHf 6l.t from Harrodsburg, stato that him and circuit court being in session Veucli went Into tho saloon where Mr. ho was tried, convicted and sent to turf aristocrats struggling behind fl! thoroughbred mares In Morri89J, wng umpIoye(, and .ag Ke Frankfort to serve two vcars, all on the There aro but fow but among them nro the 8l,emtd jnciuej tc bo quarrelsome he had killed a man same day. If this connty, Juiljro Morrow, SjiitHlino, Job riwjypllt hm out; llmt Vench tli(ju there would not have been any huiry 1 Blackburn, Martin HuEsell.bilorce, ink wont aml Bnnei himself and returning about it. Cheapest and it is greatly to e,)terej tho saloon and firing on Morrls-h- o The Concealed assassins are sard to hae Cottage and others, tho thorouglibred has gy 8,)0t hln ,n UlQ arm Tmt MorjMV fired on a family of moonshiners, of deplored that on rL.lljrnea tiltJ jjro atid shot Veach In the whom Ira Mulllns was tho head, and hut few friends in tho county, lno over Judgo abt,onj,n T1W ia ono T TON more space than any Paint mix PAINT will cover one-hal- f to tho enthusiasm 6tory an0ti10r JS( consisting of three men, two women ly damper ho does not still Umt y give satisfaction. Accept no substi 80lll0wjiat UI,abr t10 iunu. and two boyB, near Pond Gap, Va., killed by hand and is guaranteed to Sorrow's victory lethal Jim Guest. enco of liquor, entered the saloon and ing Ira Mullins and his wife, John Chap-e- l A Cream of Tarttr Ha line Powder Highest ol tute Good Agents wanieu. luanuiaciurea oy belong to Uestless. leavenlne ttrengdi civily asked Morrissy for a drink of ica and ono af tho hoys. A bolt worn by nil ineminent lood Ileport.-- Litcit United State LION PAINT & COLOR WORKS, LEXINGTON, KY., Go bo worth in water. That Morrissy very roughly told Mra. Mullfns and containing $1,100 was ROYAL BAKING POWDEU CO, A. R. Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. --The stors aro said to 106 Wall street, New York. him to go and get hid ico water whero carried ofi'by the assassins. the aggregate I n 1 , W.B.jidcROBERTS, m New-Yor- k I 1 1 -- a .... rjtTijKW; - Druggist and Jeweler, 1 r' ng DRUGS BOOKS, PAINTS, in-la- - PAPER, Courier-Journa- court-iious- e Is-,a- c ... - f-- , . i- ;!Jr.u.t - 1 FENZEL J -- -- j , OXlJliO. ULUUHO J.rppTjpQ PT nfTTQ 'O'V I n.uHi-miint- REPAIRING NEATLY PROMPTLY h! - , ' 1 .Wnv-...,tl- o e j -- 1 rgr'l KMMO Infants Children. bk-e, ' . - - f- 11 1 I .... . to-d- av. I -. '" ,,, I "i 1 ... I .. SINE & ; ,., DEALERS MENEFEE. t S&SB. DOORS END BLIRDS, WOVE2T j e, ' j -' WIRE A1TD SliAT FSITCB. Stanford, Ky. t AA 1 J and Yard Depot Street, ; birth-plac- e j j tp10N Paint " MADE. Best is the IS SS. pa-th- is llff MrwkmsrxrjMStAWt w .J! 1 , Mar-Uauis- oi I POWDER mam r,, .; i t Absolutely Pure big-heart- y vi Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknul May 20, 1802 CATCHING ur. TAXES AND TIio VnUn PRICES. Stanford, Ky., W. F WALTON. J? . ? t hJ lives have been saved by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholrta and Diarrhcra Remedv, or who have been cured of chronic diarrhea by it. Such persons take especial pleasure In recommending the temed to others. The praise that fullows its introduction and use makes it very popular. 5 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr. M L. Bourne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky. The best salv? in the world tor cuts, bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup tions and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to Kiv. perfect satisfaction, i'rice 25 cents per box. or money refunded, For sal e by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. Dr. M. L Bourne, the druggist, desires us to publish the following testimony, as be handles the remedy and believes It to be reliable "I bought a 5oc bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Halm and applied been it to my limbs, which haveone year atlhcted with At the time rheumatism at inter als for I bought the I'aln Halm I was unable to wane. I can truthfully say that I'ain Balm has completely cured me. K. If. Farr. Hclywcod. Kan." Mr, at Holywood, A. n. Cox, the leading 'drug-guvouches for the truth of theabove statement. t Didu't Want a Pony. Small Hoy Papa, YVlMo Winker's a! t Yr rR5tt:w:M got a pony. Papa Has? "Yes, and it's tho pony I ' ever saw." Jl If )l ift"-- ' IkA. 7Ji "You don't sayl" "Jnst as gentle as enn be. I rode on it, an' didn't fall off once. A boy couldn't get hurt on that pony." "I suppose not." Alice DoesTottic or me have a blrf- "It cats hardly anything, too, and day first? doesn't cost much to keep." Mamma Tottie lias ono next wiok "It doesn't?" "Not anything, hardly. Willie said yours will not be for six months. Alice (resigned) I s'poso Tottie needs his papa bought it real cheap." 'cm more 'n I do, so she can grow. Har"Xo doubt," "And he said there was plenty more per's Young People. where that came from." Tliry Drew the l.liip. "Humph! Do you want me to buy you Featherstone I understand that you a pony?" "N-I was only thinkin what a didn't have any celebration at your church, Uncle Ebony. What was the nice pony Willie Winkers has." trouble? "Oh!" Uncle Ebony Do chief trouble was, "Yes. Willie's got a nice papa, too, sah, dat de parson dat was engaged to he?" Good News. hasn't prench de sermon instead of opening rrefcrred tlir Whistle wid prayer, as is do uustom, wanted to Cupid was flying irregularly between open wid a collection for himself an' them, so to speak, as they were stroll- fambly, sah, an' de congregation dising along. He was feeling a good deal puted do arrangement, Truth. like a man going past a cemetery, and Instiiuittlon. was whistling. "I've got a washing machine here " "I wish you wouldn't whistle," she said pettishly. "It is positively rude!" began the inventor. Nut u Statistical Congi-rna- . The capitalist looked at him in the He looked at her a moment and cold, calculating manner common to Our esteemed contemporary, the Philastopped. Then ho began to singasoftly. capitalists, and answered: "Well, if I delphia Telegraph, is disposed to blame He sang for a few minutes. "Harry! she said, almost tenderly, f were you. I'd run right home and use the present house of representatives it hasn't devoted itself to tho task His face lighted up with hope. "Please 1U That night tho Anarchist llund re- of trying to pile up statistics. "What whistle!" sho requested pleadingly. ceived another application for member- has been done during tho winter?" asks Demorest, ship. Indianapolis Journal. this Philadelphia mourner. "What is He X.uukIipiI Once Only. likely to be done in tho immediate fuWonderful Lack of Kntcrirliic. "I suppose you haven't forgotten that Levi, Jr. Fadder, de shentlemans vat ture?" is leap year," ho said; as he took a it is necessary to scat beside her, "and so I must be care- puys to tiamond engagement ring yes- to Wliat the appropriation bo dono excopt pass bills and keep y ant ful not to lead the conversation in a terday comes py to store them down to economical figures? The pawned it. dangerous direction," and ho laughed. house will consider tho tariff question Levi, Sr. How vos ho look? "I had quite forgotten it," she said, thoroughly. There has boon and will bo Levi, Jr. All proke up. with a yawn; "what's the use of rememLevi, Sr. Vill you nofer learn to plenty of discussion. The country is bering it when you never meet a man take interest in to bizness. Vy didn't not pining for legislation. In fact, it who is worth proposing to?" This time he didn't laugh. N.Y. Press. you try to sell to shentlemans a pistol? suffers from too much legislation. But even if under and not over legislation Life. were tho rule, tho house could acco'm-- j Whkrk to go this Scmmkr. If you A Spirited JUumlniitloti. contemplate taking a trip this summer Staggers (.coming homo at two a. in.) plish little, tho senato and tho presiLook out o' this.lt window, m'dear, dency being in Republican hands. moct delightful place remember that tho Tho house is all riirht. Tho country in America is Old Point Comfort, Va. and see the glorious aurora boreal ish. Mrs. Staggers (waked out of a sound remembers from tho example o"f the bilOn Tuesday, July 2tth, the Chesapeake sleep) Window? That's a mirror you lion congress how dangerous, how medtft Ohio Railway will run its annual exare looking into, and the aurora you see dlesome and how frxponsivo is a congress s is your own run on the theory that a pile of legislacursion from Lexington and the and tion is a good thing. Tho more converRegion. A trip to Old Point will mug. Jury. sation and tho less legislation there is 11 you less than to any other place on cost Technical. congress, tho lettcr, usually, and tho account of the extremely low rates mado Scrimpitt (to the rich distiller's daugh- cheaper for tho people. by the Hygeia Hotel and the railway ter) Miss Wrye Llebe! What can I do The congress is all right. company to parties taking advantage of to prove m love? New York Sun. Miss Wrye I appreciate the spirit of this excursion. Full particulars will be Chns. L. Brown, G. your offer, Mr. Scrimpitt; but jour pov- j. HIkIi Turin' I u l'lctlou. ndvertised shortly. erty, I am afraid, renders your love a Tho Republican campaign managers P. A. "spirit above proof," as papa would in Washington are credited with cir-i say. Truth. dilating a "tariff novel" as part of a Refreshing Retreats. , Not l'opular. Summer clay are fait approaching- anil now is campaign of education. I he ieople, and the time that'fxcurslonists, Mamma Why don't you play with however, have finished their education sumsportsmen should fiijure out a route for their in that branch of instruction. They mer vacation. In lining so. the dtlighl fully cool little Algernon Mavthorne? summer anil fishing resorts located along the WisSmall Doy Oh, he's such a know the tariff better than a book. It consin Central Lines come vividly to view, nmonjr reg'lar fool. was appropriate, though, that a work of which are Vox Lake, III , Lake Villa, 111., WauUehn, Cellar Lake, Nwnjh, Waupa"Does he play with dolls?" fiction should have been tho chosen ca Flfield, Uetternut ami Ashlaml. Wis. WisconHe plays with girls." "Worse. means of propagandism. Exchange. sin hs within the l.ti five year become the center of attraction lor more pleasure seeker hunters ami Good News. fishermen than any other Mate in the Union, and Tlio ltciut)Ilcan Itruml of Harmony. to again seethe Wanted to (Jet Out. each visit increases the charming landscape, htvathe the balam fragrance Can it be true that the president is "Carley," said Ilalloway, "you're a that is a part oi the Invigorating atmosphere, wander through the colonnades of stately pines and clever fellow. Write a book on 'Fifty conducting tho correspondence in the hook the speckled beauties with a hand made fly. Ways of ttreakingnn Engagement with- Behriug sea matter becauso ho does not For pamphlets containing valuable information, out a Hrcach of Promise Suit,' will agree with Mr. Blaine? And yet ho is T. S. I'ATTY, D. V. A., etc., apply to Cnattanooga, Tenn. or you? I find that m3 fiancee spent insisting on the theory that tho Dehring JAS.rC. POND, General r.iwuger and Ticket $2,000 on clothes alone last year." Har- sea is closed, while Mr. Blaine abandonAgent, Chicago, 111. s ed that contention long ago. New York per's Hazar. In almost every neighborhood throughout the World. A West there Is some one or more persons whose WT t -- lwf i ! o. Itoaaonlnrj of tlio Devotee of the I'rotrctlon Fnllacy. Universal bnsiness stagnation has forced down the prices of cotton, wool. iron and other staple articles below tho average for many years, and some of tho more reckless protectionist journals, willing to impose upon tho credulity of their readers, have- ascribed tho prevailing cheapness to tho operation of tho McKinley tariff. As the tariff could bo of no advnntage unless it should increase tho price of manufactured stuffs, and as tho drop in prices in foreign markets has j been concurrent with depreciation here, no ono has been deceived into the belief that high tariffs bring low prices except tho dupes who aro tho victims of their own ignorance. Of this class, evidently, is Mr. J. T. Williams, who writes to Tho Record from Charlotte, .Mich., how much cheap er goods are in lbD2 than they were in 1800, and says that ho has heard "that cotton ties, now made exclusively in this country of steel, nre selling 20 per cent, less than when they were on tho free list." Under tho tariff of 1883 cotton ties were not free; they paid a duty of 85 per cent, ad valorem. Tho duty is now lf fonts per pound ou ties in a finished or partly Gnished state. But Mr. Williams is evidently ready to that tho process of taxing an nrticlo tends to cheapen it, and ho is also willing to ascribe to beneficent taxation tho effects of overproduction, stagnation and sweeping commercial disaster. How is it iMissiblo to deal with the Williamses and to lift them from tho depths of protectionist superstition? Philadelphia Record. - vi TIMSjC'.' XysrliAJiciIX. (' VtZttZaX -- C. D. -:- POWELL, DIAIIR IM W. g C. GREJEITIITG, HUSTONVILLE.KY., , r-VTr- A?- KCwy SHEEP ,2S?s McrcliniicHse, General Courtry Produce, And SHEARING TIME. the peopleof Stanford and slclnlty. He is unheard uf Hargftlns and all who want trood rtltts should b.1s at theluueit poislble Lancaster pile,culltoon him on l.ogan Avenue, near oiler-in- Hits opened his stock of gooii and l ready to serst Dealer in Groceries, Hardware, CWsswarc, Cullers-- , tahle pocket, HarncssandCciilciiionciies and lio handles .Moline I'lowt. Chilled and Srvol Cultivators, iJnuMe Shovels. Corn Planters, llucleie Mown and Hinders Olve him a trial 7.1m , gutcosare. I I be-lio- be-cau- so to-da- OirToo Knrly Hie l'leeces KAUGIIMAX, with I.iiiiiIk. of In well managed flocks of tho mutton n RE AND STORM breeds of sheep wo are all familiar with reports of phenomenally large percentages of lanibt. Such a largo increase in Representing a flock brings its resionsibilites, that is trij)-let-s if we want to keep the twins and Hnrtiord, of Hartford, Conn., going on a growing basis equal to Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. single lambs. To make an approximate Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, approach to this wo dare not in the first Ins. Co. of North America, " place divest th dams of their winter Allrfwhuh ae hrt t ii C'otrpar.ies. I would coat protection too early. Such an act n triends lit this line, Pol. it pleased t issued. mvWill be as suicidal as letting a fever or lues ptompilv wait would Insure against tornado', wind storms an liithtnini; Lightning clsus withsmallimx patient out uf a without nJuilinnal iharje. out taking tho necessary precautions OnVe at First NjII"Iu1 Hank Stanfurd. after the epidemic had run its course. Supplying, then, that wo determine to poMiwne tlio shearing of the class of ewes indicated, and that on farim where they tiro kept we find clover or aid blue grass making its appoarauce, tome Highest cash market price flockniasters may think this is enough for additional feed. WTe will say with all deference to them that it is not, and would rather they would not consider it of much more account in its value than a much needed green bite having medic&c, at inal properties. Indeed, we would rather that they would not let the sheep re M. F. ELK IK & CO., main more than an hour or two on green STANFORD, KV. ii iyr pasture at a time until the grass lwvomes less watery and until the sheep get gradually accustomed to tho change. We doubt not the flow of milk will lie HEMDNTG-TOmaterially increased, yet there are other S1ANIMKU things, to be considered. The facts aro that thoexiierienced and MicceK-fn-l llockmnsters have found that at this season it pays them well to feed liberally of feed stuffs of such a nature as they can get iu their section of the country, never forgetting to be specially liberal with oiliueal. Wo will oven on goiiu a little further and say that to obtain the best results tho lniul' should have what is termed a "lamb creep," where they can run through into a feeding place by themselves. This place should, if possible, be so constructed that the sun shines tnio every 1111 corner of it: tho flour should bo dry and kept well bedded with brighr, dry, wheat straw; the feed should be oilmeat, II V crushed or ground outs, and wheat bran. L nder such treatment us this thoro will MEANS be no stinted, jiot bellied lambs, and whether they are ofterwiird sold off to IN. other breeders or kept for breeding pur poses wheru they are raised, lambs so handled aro sure to have the right foun.. TH dation laid for fmursj thrift and usefulDo Not TnUe J. II. INSURANCE AGENT Hie, I.v Cumberland Cap I Louisville Double Daily Scliedule, K. R. -- Jn Kllcet Maj I, - v. Arr. Miil.llftboVo l.ve. Mlddli-sboro.;- " TToulsville sntTirifoi'STi..' Slanrnr.l I so pm " " I'.'.";." hos-pitti- l I " Arthur ' Cumberland GaiV..!.; " Hamilton Springs.... Powell Klver teop s a ro ; at a 5 1 1 taiewell c:Kl.2i?,SVn,aK Oakman Mlsm tjtpm 6 4J a in J 8 p m rot a a 7 Jl pm J Jj 14 pm p in 4 lltn sjam 7 7 m am jopm J4opr j 404 ahburn.... P.m,l,r SprmgVl:;;";:. Malonryrilie ... !.'!'" Ileverly K. ,V O. Junction Knoxvllle... jstpra pm jolpns 5 'i a in m hi H Corrton . """ 4 4 4 41 4 11 3P Ilium pm pm aoa m il pm 111 it p m 4t a n t a tn 104 a m 7 an K4.6 TfoTtTiTTTuIJSTr l.ve KnosvtflV Arr K. .V O Junction o jSa a ma m m m Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, ........ ' llctrrly " Malontyvillo. " " ' N Typewriter Cumberland Gap MMdlesUro . ......., Lv. MlddlesVero Arr, Stanfonl " " " ' " . Oilman " Clinch Klvrr " Lone Mosttitain. " Taiewrll ' Powell River " Arthur. !!amil!- Corryton I.uttre4l Powder Springs Wa.hbtirii.....:., . 6 jep m I jo a 5 j a m 044 P m I J4 a m 5 P ' 90s a m 7oSp m 9M a m 7 I pm ...... f jo am 7 o p m . ' . . - Sprints .. a hi 8 to p .iio 4j a 111, I jo p oc a m I jo j jit .'11 9 00 p .11 44 am 9 aA p 11 4t a m, y jop it of pm 10.0 p .10 jt nilaia! lot p m 10 to a m' m B ii . 7 3 1 m 7 J P m top ilim in m m m m in m m st tt osiBctiorM m4o oith all trains North and .ortrt-- t at Grand Ofltrol sismot, Clitcitmali. All trams loanrci at vH Tosus., with & CunlraHsl Oap Rolhrvail trams to and Springs Lm .'swiacs. '"Sf tsclns ssmlr ii City 'IV V lj Gay strrrt and TseN otter, fol W.i Mota strst, KhohWMo. ror any iHrormatlon as is rotri, rates, etc .ap jsly to W A HI Y, Aciiog GrH'IPass Agt . HKSRYA S.Mini.tny Ticket ut, Kmotille, leLB i, Mr-nslm- Iulsville ruiiman raltc without chattc. ........ 7 00 a ui I111;. Car KooivlU to Clucmnatl 54 A ",' ,,f' aa D-- fK BEST wobe: . IK Vol' ARK OOlN't,... TUB THE SI.liri.IiST THESHORTEST TIME Durable. Blue-Gras- highly-decorate- d rum-soak- ed Fifty-secon- d ; plrtuurv-scvke- rs girl-bo- y, Muck-wana-- j Let ns crime Imck once more to tho shearing time of those ewt and say no matter if we do delay tho shearing of them for three weeks or n mouth from April 1, we must even then seo to it that they have protection from inclement days and cold nights. Where it has not already leen dono not a day should bo lost iu having tho sheep barn or shed thoroughly cleaned ont of whatever manure has accumulated during winter nnd early spring, as a combination of spring mud nnd hoated manure in tho sheep barn will develop foot rot faster than the most watchful shepherd can attend to it, and thon farewell thrift for a season. Cor. Breeder's Gazette. ness. Moat Satisfactory and the Most A ; Louiavinca Nsimvilic n. n. 1 Is the line for you, as lis complete stock of best lity KiShons, I.ffal and Letter Taper. Oil. Mss. overs, etc. Send for descriptive pamphlet to Double Daily Trains Mile cloie connections at 0. M. ALLISON 4.- & CO., LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For alt points. Wet Main THROUGH TICKKTS SOLI). RAGGAGP. CIIIXK.KD THROUGH For any Information UMuIre of K. I.. Louisville, Ky. jyyy Modern an. Schedule Derwsiber', ivji LCAVK NOltrON IMII.V 5;i5 .1 Or Stanford. Ky. W. W PKNN. Trav. Pass. Aeeat. Juoctlon Ctv. Ky CLIFFOKI), Areut, .TAKE THE m Ur Graham, ik-l- re weighs 2.W0 jKmnds. He is not meant for tho race track, as U plain to be eeen. His mighty joints If you want to teo a picturo of a Clydesdale Mallion, weighing ovornton, here ho is. The giant in tho illustration rirtiira4tie Cl)dt'sil1f. ttalMMIs. 1 ji w !Hutld rxl ittttrmtilmtt Also (via LvHchbur;. jj ter IllaefleM, IUdlorJ, RenrwVe. ind Richmond atid Norfolk. Imrc. Philadelphia itd Pullman Sleeping Can Irmn l.oaiviltr to Nor fillc via Norton ami Kadford; also Kadlord to Ncv, York, via Shenandoah Junction, also Kail, ford to Washington; also from Lynchburg to Kleti. man ' 10 j pro rasix arrive at N. rtoa Iroin the East dally at it i a m and ' it p in 1 or further inf. natioti as to sctedu.es rates. ,v X arp' to accnts of .Nr. cttrrn Kail u r I'.kviu. r J'l 1 lo Ilii.-ke- , Va. Ccn Pisiengrr KtMttokv) for YVasMnutan, l!;ereus, Ntnr York. Harris. -- (?. tWtVlttt .IwMSillTiCHItAtpJli- - THE WORLD'S FAIR ....LINE TO., It l'ocahoi las, I'owhatan and will leave l.lnrric.d daily at ; a m ami trains p 1 st n, 7 Gooda 13 p iu 'CJO'DAiGMj),, .Ami.. Possible Cause. Buckltn's Arnica Salvo. Wlierr, oil Where? Maud. What have you dono to him?" There is txreat astonishment all over "Nothing1 that I know of, except that the republic at the charges of corruption when he told me last nlirht he never brought against officials of the federal fished for compliments I told hira ho courts in Boston. If Boston Ilepublic-an- s was wise, because he didn't have the cannot be trusted where are we to right kind of bait." Harper's Bazar. look for the right sort? Louisville Courier-- "naroliTis very indignant with you, A' . pos Wjlilijl1 ,.And.. (DlHra? SR DRAFT CLYDESDAIT.. -- Good looks are more than skin deep, depending upon a healthy condition of all the vital organs. 11 the liver be inactive you hae a bilious look, il Good Looks. your stomach be disordered you have a dyspeptic look and if your kidneys be affected you have a pinched look. Secure your health and you will have good looks. Electric Bitters is the great orand tonic, acts directly on these vital gans. Cures pimples, blotches, boils and gives a good complexion. Sold at A. R. Penny s drug store, 50 cents per bottle. Mrs. why those people opposite stare over here so much? Mr. Knickerbocker I suppose they aro trying to find out why you stare over there. Texas Sittings. It Might Ilnve Hecn. Mrs. Pcckham This paper says that Harry Sharpe is worth two million dollars. Just to think! I refused to marry him once. Henry Peckham (with a dark brown sigh) Ah, yes! Some people havo all the good luck. Puck. An Incompetent Valet. Miss Highupp So you have discharged your valet? Mr. De Chappie Ya-aLast Sunday the dull fellaw couldn't think up any new excuse foh my staying away from church. N. Y. Weekly. s. A Mystery Solved. Knickerbocker I wonder Journal. jtm'3rHm'lmr!?.(?xc Oriimlfatlier'a Hat or Grandson' Collar? Editor Halstead suggests that all the delegates to tho Minneapolis convention wear faithful copies of grandfather's hat. Is not the Harrison collar a sufficient badge of their political order? St. Louis Post-Dispatc- and muscles make him too Mow even for a good farm horse. But for heavy hauling over short distances in cities or anywhere else his type is the ideal. His white stockings add to his striking appearance. Finest and et YrsttbuM Itaffct Sleeping Car and Parlor Car: in all trains. No change of cars, kest aceomsnodatlons, quickest time and lowest rates. Fir information address IAS. I1ARKKK, G A., Chlcaco W G CRUSH, D A., Louinille. WEST, h. Wherein Tracy la Unavailable. Secretary Tracy would make a very popular running mato for President Harrison, but his bank account is not quite up to Mr. Morton's. This is where he would fail to meet tho emergency. Boston Herald. No llarrel, No Nomination. Vice President Morton seems to be lost to sight politically, though dear to memory. It is said that his campaign subscriptipn iu 1888 fell far below party expectation. New York Advertiser. June Chicken. It is very easy to raise Juno chickens and when several hundred nre raised they are very profitable. At this time of the year there will bo plenty of corn, wheat and other grajn for the hordes of hungry chickens, and Juno chickens aro needed to pick up all of this waste material. Some good raisers always demand June hatched chickens for breeding stock, because with plenty of grain and bugs to eat, and good sunshine, they get such n start in lifo as to produce fino healthy stock. If cleanliness and carefulness aro observed around the roostiug place very little loss will be experienced from Juno chickens, whilo early spring chickens die off by the dozens. As tho summer goes along tho breeding stock should bo selected nnd tho others sold. Most of them should bo 6old before tho markets get their overstocking, but few of tho strongest nnd quickest growing ones should bo saved for late winter roasters. June chicken raising, because of its bimpleness, can thus be made very profitable. Annie C. Webster iu American Cultivator. 11 Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co. Twenty mlleithe Shortest to Chetapraie ,V Ohio lloulc,, CINCINNATI, St. Louis, ChlCSEO. Michijau Pcmts, 11. SM I....I Urtroir, and the west, Indianapol Nc Fngluiid, Canada, Washington, Philadelphia' ..'. OM Pomt and the Seashore anil all Pastern Baltlmoro, Now York, IN EFFECT NOV. 15, 1S91. -- .tts. New York, ISoston, t.rtJi iiuuriJ. Lve Lexington.. .. " Winchester.... Mt Sterling... Arr Ashland Philadelphia Baltimore, Washington, Quickest time to Harrodsburc, Frankfort, Ky Shortest and Richmond, VIKClMA quickest line to Mrs. Girgle Roger. Girgle Well? Mrs. Girgle Something tells me I may die before I wake. Girgle Oh, go to sleep! Brooklyn Life. No IIupo for Statesmen. American Boy Pop, we're taking up , political economy m our school now. o 0 Pop (a local statesman) That's all Some of the Grand Army boys may be Interested my boy, but it's no use All tho In the following from Alex H. Pope, A D. I., right, Commander Uep't Tenn. akd Ga. He says, "W e book learnin' in th' country will never have had an epidemic of whooping cough here git votes down to less'n two dollars. (Stewart, Tenn ) and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been the only medicine that has done any Good News. good.' There is 10 danger from hooping couh Troiii mi Irish 1'ollco Court. when fhis remedy Is freely glswi It completely controls tho disease as and jo cent bottles for Magistrate What, you hero again, Optician, ale by Or M. L. Bourne, Druggist aue Slattery? This must be the twentieth Stinford, Ky. time you've been up before inc. Slnttcry Well! yer worship, 'tis no fault of mine that ye don't get promotion. Once a Week. We authorize our advertised druggist to tell you Dr. King' New Discotiry lor Coughs and Colds, upon this condition: If you are afflicted with La Grippe and will use this rem. edy according to directions, giving it a fair trial andexpennce no benefit, you may return the bottle and have your money relunded. We make this offer because of the wonderful success of Dr. King's New Discovery during last seasons epidemic. Have heard of no case in which it failed. Try it. Trial bottles free at A. R. Penny s drug store. Latgo size 50c and $1. When When When fHxea Baby was sick, wo gave her Castorla. she was a Child, he cried for Castorla. f ho became Miss, she clung- to Castorla. tho bad ChiMren, sho e.to them Castorla, - Guaranteed Cure for La Grippe. IlrittulitT Kxtrnorillnnry. Tho Irony of Fate. Senator Hoar would no doubt deeply repent his resolution for an inauguration shed wero a Democrat president the first to get tho benefit of it. Louisville Cou rier-Journ- iiuntmjton. . u SOLID VUSTIlllI.KD TRAINS thro with v atniuzioii 'O out change via ChattanSoua, llirmiogham, Merit , rntiaaeipma.'io lan makitii: direct connections en route for New 1 orlc Arr Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the Knot-ville' 1 NEW (DBIL3EANS, " Catlettsburc.lta !u Limlt,il7A"cconi.Acco Dallv Daily Dally Dally. Ex. 5u. Kxhu 11 40 a' Jjop 7 jj a 6 OO 8 j a 6 4S la jo Pi 7 cop S 54 a 7 oj 7 33 P Daily. t--x ' 1 10 8 jo JJ 4? p 10 07 p 10 at p 10 47 8 40 8 39 9 30 a1 jo jo p I)a,ly 1 (UAH'DMNAS, Slet-pin- WEST EOUNI) Mills' Advantage Over Crisp. One consolation to Mr. Mills, on his return to congress, is that ho won't havo to be in tho same room with Tom Reed and Crisp will. Columbus (O.) Post. Wise mill Otherwise. Tlio McKinley tariff is pronounced wise by a tmiflite. Tlio people of tho country havo pronounced it otherwise. Philadelphia Kecord. At Last l'rotection l'uys Something. "Reciprocity is tho homage which prohibitory protection pays to gennmo tariff reform." Good for you, Mr. Cleveland. Bo3ton If blown up and tho latter is no good when it is." Bearings. For the Cyrillic Minstrel. "What is the difference between a pneumatic and a powder magazine?" "1 dunno." "The former is no good until it is Herald. Ltko the Distinguished General? General Alger'a presidential boom appears to have taken a leave of absence. (Rep.). St. Louia Globe-Democr- at nnd hired two Swedish boys to tako caro TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFOnNIA. tho sheep, while tho high priced Scotch For through ratu, correct county maps and Iu polite snent hia timo worrvinir tho elitrk. information call on Agent at Junction CltT, Ky, . a j. a. j.r.t i n, ioraddreas ens. A. bad come is a gTeat nuisance, Trar. Pass. Aift., Jinetlon City.Ky D. G.KDWARDS. D, MILLER. and nobody t hould undertake to manage G. P V T. A., Traaic Maner , ono unless he knows exactly how. Cincinnati Of -' 6 00 l.ve lIiininiEtou 6 43 P 33 At Chattanooc a for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmins " CallttlsLutg o aj 34 7 M V Augusta, Macon, Savannak, ton, Charlcttou Ashland 7 05 7 J7 P 37 Ilrunswick, L,a U City, Thomasville and r'l.OUI hx. Sa UA points. Mt. Sterling 10 a; p 5o Pi u p 6 2j a The only line running solid Vestibuld trains with " Winchester. . 11 15 55 P 7 J Cars to St. i'ullnuin Itoudoir or Palace Lexington 6 jo Pi a 43 P 05 Aug'iMine without change lor any class of pas, Arr LouisUlie ... u oj " 3 3 9 jo p; 7 40 p H3in serijersorbstfBase- Selma and Montgomery, Iluntsville, Decatur Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. Shortmt and quickest to Anniston, Sclina, Mo. Limited Vcstibulctl Trains run dally In connec nrnus . oi:e. UUCCl , coniiecun . . n u it.. nun '. .111.. 11 lion with Chesapeake Jt Ohio "K. F. V." to Now York. The editor of the 2s or west Fanner; Houston, Austin. Fast Mail Trains run dally and male local steps says that ho onco found iu .Minnesota between Lexington and Huntington. TEXAS, MEXICO AMD CALIFORNIA. Huntington and Morehead Accommodations two farmers with a fino Hock of 1,21'U, run dally, Shropshire sheep. They had bought a The only through line to Jackson and Vickibure, Lexington and Morehead and Lexington and La., maUitz direct Mt. Sterling Accommodations run daily except Scotch coli.d to herd the animals, but Miss. , omuibus transfer fur Dallas. connecnoni Sunday. Fort Worth, without did not know how to work him. Con- - j Austin. San Antonia, El Paso and points in Ihroujh Sleeping Cars tc and from Waihinjton and Now York without changr. sequently they abandoned tho attempt 1 1 ,.. ...n.... i,...i., ri'.,..iin. .'-- .. ' Shri-vepur- t For full information in ririrard to rates, routes, &c , apply to any agent of this or connection lines 'lL C. L. UROWN, E. HUNTINGTON, V. P. and G. M., G. P. A., Lexington, Ky, W. S. HARRISON, G.W.BARNEY, G. M., Lexington, Ky. T. P. A., Ashland, Ky. - T? ,( 1 1 t " .V A ""fflclcnt courago to approach a mem- - ' bcr for tl.o purpose of hi., n- YORK FASHIONS. Paillette, a delicate com color. The TTiT: Mlloa' Nervo and MversfPlll the liver, in tho nassntro of his bill. wash goods aro particularly attractive. ' Acton a new instance tomach and lawelt through the nertes. Anew How Thoy Aro Euginoorod Through Whether ho transacts his business by t Tho newest novelties of ginghnms and ditcovcry Dr Milen' Pill tpeedily cure bilious-nStandard. Iked by Charles Dunn. bad tntte, torpid liver, pilen, coimlpation. mall or not is not known, but certain It Tho Pretty Things Exhibited hi chambrays show dainty broche patterns. tho Sounto and Houso. Unequaltd for men, women, children. iiiallrt tho Amorican Metropolis. Is thnt ho has never been seen talking Tho percales arc In stylish dots, sprays mil.Ieit. tureit rifty dote cents, bample SIRED BY OXWARD CHIEF 4403. and plaids, and tho batiste and flno at A R Penny's. with any congressmen at tho capitol. toiml,ier.il,i , Po. i)i,im,T Nt.ri,ury Ilo probably employs soiuo 141 recor'1 2 " 8,re of 4 ninil.r ami Slilrt WaMM to IJr Popular muslin arc ornamented with figured cure, n I'Htonihlf. Itn.,rt from tho man to engineer his claim through con- - "a i:t it Dainty Creation In Mill lurry borders or hemstitched. Some of tho in .JO hst, also 17 producing tons and 10 Commit!..,, oll t'lnlin.-' KB WARD. t'liiitritproducing daughters. striped' ginghams come with woven gress. Another, nn elderly gentleman, DiMcrlptlon iifa Charming; nnt IVutiir of l.rKllut,,. ,p. Wc will pay the nboe reward 1 who had a claim against tho govern-inctucks which constitutes the trimming LiNerComtilalnt, Dpepia, Mck for nny catecf son s dam Lady Messenger, hv HutchinMr.'t C'otiimi". Headache, Chief 12120: I'd dnm :ii,ft .Tn Constipation cr Comenes we can not of plain material to match. for Ico used during tho war, late- tSH?clM WnMilninrm cure with West's egetable Lhcr Pills, when the oiim 01 .iaui .Messenger 2 101, Merit 2 37) Special Now VorU Lotter The sheath skirt is still tho leading directions are itrictl) complied with. They are by Gentle Ilrecze How ninny people, If nihed o'fflininl, ly had his claim allowed, llnthcrtnrdr 3I3U, Hire of Pearl 2 30, The pretty mul commendable fashion model, though tho close effect is some- - purely vegetable and never fail to gie satislac-tiocould give u,o ftn,i corm.,, history justice, that to uso a man's supplies of blouse I olIa.'n Kitt,r "Iverp, dnm of Bcrtio and shirt waists Is not to be what modified by slight draping at tho pfU, Sugar coatee1 Large boea containing jo of a private hill or claim? Uveryono In isoa, and pay him lor tho samo in llewate of munterfeits and imitations. ion 23. bv Ahdnllflli 1.--. :It ..r .1IUIU1I1. 13c i. .,.,. ....... 111 I he Centime lliaimfartllf-a.ntilv K, Tl,. I.Ln r coulil tell you that Mich u bill was In- 1M)2. Hut tho claimant, who has been abandoned this summer. Many pretty hips. lelniotit. Ac: 4th dnm in- - i!.i Wet The summer gown will continue to ny Co., Chicago, III For late ly A R. Pen of the dam of Kentucky Wilkes 2 211, troduced, passed by lioth house, of con- prosecuting his bill ever since the close models In the newest soft silk, challie gress and binned by tho president, of tho war, very wisely considers it and percale patterns aro shown. Many hWeei) tho Street. Three ltirdif mi tfin nnd grandnm of ?,In,,teMlM Fo nan worn-ou- t sKlrts can be nmde service-- 1 ground is considered imperative, unless bettor lato than never. The So 2 "2. Lizzie Wilkes mere ny becoming a lnu And tlmt In was for tho principal only, judgment able for some time longer by a judicious one wishes to be thought o 5 3lkeb' old fnshloncd. and not about nil tbat tho nvcrtignumn or wom Hay Jioimj, heavy mane and tail, with With these plain skirts, where at most an, even in Nnshlngton, Icnous con- - for tho Interest; and when the old choice of these Inexpensive bodices, that size, style and finish, and representing gentleman enmo to figure up tho bal- almost any girl can make herself. The the trimming is only a border, the bod- cemliig the history of n private bill. .... . . some of the best trotting families in the i.... .. .. .1 nieeves aro oiaoorateiy conance, ufter paying out ivt:uiiii whole country. Should make a great stock "ij wu luuiiinoi iih conception of It to various personsthe major portiond structed and ornnmented. The handavslst-ewho had by nn Interested party on the "outA new and Ctmnlete treatment, corm.ilnt.nf- ,10re' ill nkc n short season at our . some model given here has a plain skirt uuumuno, A.. "O him with his claim, ho found that he side;" of Its preparation and correction uinimeui in Capsule. . alto in bOX stable 2 miles west of Stanford, 01 gray crepon ixmicred with a three - ""' P". ; pontile cure l.r hxterral, Internal, would have very little cash left to himby men skilled in Mich buxiness, nor of ;iuu r iieeainR', itching, Chrouc, Recent or At $10 to Insure a Mare Inch band of gray and old rose broeadei Hereditary Pi e 11m . . u the subsequent method employed in self. So now ho is trying loget congress m.i.. h.. in Foal. to appropriate money to pay tho Inmm. nil.- ixhiicu is snort, snowing a Known to iau 5i per box, 6 lor $3, sent by mail. bringing it before tho notice of senAt same place a Vh ,vlfer. ,T.m thls e"'o!elieae wh;n a writ- up to date, but with what success waistcoat of brocade. terest thintr ten guarautre Is ators and representatives. y given with Some of to in spring coats Is theWatteau. Even refund lh moneypttitiie cured Send 6 boxes, for if not these methods arc very Interesting and time alone will tell. more positively hideous and ttnbecom- - U" anPIe , Guarantee i.sued by A It. Penny, Tho different periods in tho life of a ' Ja often amusing. ,ole Kem' Sunfurd K At SS to Insure. ing to a degree Is the bo coat in imita- - Zn$T c,Lf" For instance, a man discovers that he bill aro Interesting. After It has passed N one house it Is entitled "an act" and iiou oi me saoKs worn ny men last winJA. & S. T. HARRIS. has apparent grounds for n claim ter; and yet many pretty women have ugalnst tho government which, if goes to the other house for considerabhain , IfcF sacrificed their figure and whole appear- - ' """.iyL granted, will givo him a fair share of tion. L'pon1m;Its passage there, nothing nnce by wearing these ugly coats, beberemains to done but to plaeo it this world's goods. Ho immediately cause they are new and odd. In sum- - ' proceeds to let people know of it. Tho fore tho president for his approval. If Standard. mer silks there is a boundless variety, ilrst tiling to bo done is to father the bill Is satisfactory to him he oc-- , Foaled May 20, 1880. lilood hav, black Dr. E C. U'e.t's Nerie and Drain Treatment, a the majority being in exquisite taste. ' nil tho data and arrange. ovorytMng in knowledges that fact by aftlxiug his slg-- ' r its New effects are seen in shot surah, with a ipecmc Icr Hysteria, Uuriness, ........, Neuralgia, egs. mane and tail, will be full 16 hands nature to It; but if bill meets with .n..... concise and readable shape. iifj urnp. n.riA.it i... .T..Lni high at maturity. All tho Ids disapprobation the tiny dots and sprigs, shot moire in opa- - "" tobacco, Wakelulnesi.Mental Depression, he e facts and figure Sired by tho incomparable Red Squirpertaining to without his signature simply returns it ami pigeon-breato tho house in blendings. Fou- - 2 dav. tho case are compiled and lulled Age, Ilarrennrcs. Loss of rel, the grandest saddle stallion on earth, S.'ah Premature Oldimi.meVcv. lards have broche designs, irarlnnded Pmverm either i.,.mr.., ,.,.i as his down and a typewriter employed to which it originated, with a message an-- 1 show. His owners, the Ijorders and ribbon effects. The now all Female Weakness, involuntary Loses, Sper- Messrs.record will of nouncing his disapproval. It requires a Owsley make several good copies for use in pre- JSurksviUe, have matorrhoea caused by of brain, Self A Pltr.TTY HI.OfSK. grenadines and gauzes are very hand- - Abue. vote of both tho houso and nn oiler of So.OOO for him; stands nt A innnth'a ir.itm.nt paring reports uon the bill. Thisdone.a , , $i, six lor $3 by mail We guarantee six boxes to SJo the season, cash in hand, some. homo of the crime and moire , bill U prepared nuthorilngntici directing the senate to again pass tho vetoed bill and can not h cur llon crenon with Ktrlm.s ..ti,1 !.. ac" order for six boxes with Si will , nan ins natrons uiroil In- tho secretnry of the trensitry to pay to which proc.. Is callwl "p.isslng a bill a t ny sprig pattern "'""'- ""'i.'""'- - .) i written Buarantte to refund il not cured tend Ti ,,e ly ,5Iack Engle- - by anteea itiued only by A R. Penny, Druggist and U'.ftck V?'.,.,,I,irre1', in blnck. tho proposed beneficiary thuamount of The novelty of spring millinery con- 'g ?s"". Stanford. Ky King William, by Washington Denmark, 97$ML.$ money which ho claims is duo him. sists in tho trimming rather than tho to The new metal belts are very pretty " " by (mines' Denmark, hv tin. .,.,.., j.n,i wear with dainty blouso and shirt Then our claimant meanders up to the shape of hats and bonnets. Tho flat ' race horse, Dcninnrk, by Imp. Hedgeford. waists. Considering the effect, they aro big marblo building and calls out tho I ofTect of last year is repeated, the trim- Red hngle s dam Rowena Webb 'Russell, Jl not so expensive, as they harmonize senator from his ow n state who is most mlng being conspicuously raised. Long- one of tho best walking nnimals on earth, with nlmcn likely to Interest himself in the case. stemmed roses nod on their thorny tarnish have any color, and until they naving met and defeated all the "crack"' BUOYANCY a good effect F. F. IJ. I can nerer ! realized OF BODY k Ho tells tho senator that ho hus "a litwalkers of Central JCentuckv, incliidinz stalks some six Indies above the when tho bow-stallions and geldings; by Funk's Sumn- tle bill" which he would like to have els do not net as nature Intends tlicy crowded aigrette fashion, A CHILD'S LOGIC. should. Iu.tcad, there Is hcatlacli-- , V ler him introduce. in tho senate, and goes iwws giving them countenance a little yenmaric, ny uotfdaid's Sumpter Denweight In the stomach nftcr entlng-asliington Denmaik, Ac. into a detailed history of his claim, givh acidity and belchlnsr up of wind, loirA mark, bv below. Artificial flowers are unusually The Natural Coix'lmlon Arrlii'il at by n w spirits, lois of energy. Unsociability w lou will see from above that his breeding tho various renvins why It should Wee Tot. beautiful ami perfect in construction and forebodings of evil. An unhnppr ing is gilt edge in fact, he U a model bo allowed. If the claimant Is a this season, and range from tho simple ' - There was a bit of an incident the ) condition, but general utility horse Will serve a few ' other day which and it is presidential year it is yellow cowslip and buttercup, hyacinth, occurred in the street mares the present sewn at my place, pretty certain that the hill will bo Innigged robins, dandelion and wind- - car which caused a smile to steal over troduced at tho next meeting of tho grasses, to the perfumed rose with the faces of tho passengers, nnd was At $20 the Season. senate. Whllo our claimant Is laying thorns, long stem and n realistic bit of the occasion of no little embarrassment Money due at first service, with privithe matter before tho senntor some one mildew on its curling petals so perfect to nt least one oi the members of tho lege of free leturn until colt is gotten. employed by him for the purine Is doas to challenge nature Itself. The Welsh ' party frflll relieve it nnd giro health and happiness. They nre worth trial. ing the same thing at the other end of A lady, who was one of a parly of , l;pr further information and extended crown ami large brim is a new feature pedigree, call on or address tho capitol. in millinery. Some of the new hats three or four, was chattering away in a are more 10 easy to approach than senators, and E. D. KENNEDY, havo strings coming from the back and very lively strain, evidently enjovins 1 perhnps tho friend simply Invites his tied under tho chin, tho ribbon being her outing and the society of her friends. Hustonville, Ky. Or. MILES' " v ' RciTnTivi Acavm member to tnko lunch with him, and She wore a handsome military wrap of wider than last year. xt? ctrP jSBNsltj Yrt i 'Ji l during tho course, or rather courstw, of llaudenux are still used under the sealskin w ith a high collar. Whether : the meal, cnaually remarks that he brim of mnny Hat hats to relievo the the seal was London dyed or not would noiKiixo a noun. wants to have Introduced u little relief excessive low appearance whicli is so bo a matter of doubt It was, to all over the president's veto." It Is almost trying to some faces. bill after lunch. appearance, a now gnnnent, and the King Boy is a dark bay, fl years old, 16 There are many new fancy straws. wearer had not, as far ns outsiders Thus tho bill fs simultaneously intro- impossible to pass a private bill over the ......u, u)iu aim is an elegant combined Laeo straw comes in nil colors and could judge, become familiar with its duces! In both houses of congress and the presidential protest. Such u thing is alhorse. Ho was sired by Norton's bay snapos. yueer weaves of rushes, fine peculiarity. All at once a little child t work Is fairly started. So far so good. most without precedent. hoie, he by Dr. Herr's Mnmbrino King, There arc now over nine hundred bills belonging to tho party was observed to Upon Its introduction in tho senate the "?"l.b.v. .teninboat. owned bv Chedwell gaze intently at the speaker. After a of lrgmia. The dam wns niied by Stevice president announces that "tho bill on the calendar as ha ing been favorphen Sampson; 1m ,1am hv Frnnk moment she turned to her mother and, will bo referred to tho committee on ably reported from tho committee on 2d dam by oiigiual Jim Hull; 3 dam In whispers loud enough to be heard claims," and tho speaker of the house war claims alone; while there are over bv original Denmaik, who ran 10 consechalf over the car, exclaimed: "Oh, makes a similar announcement. Then a thousand others which have been re- (Bill utive mile, in a race at New Orleans; 4th Isl lJian..-e. CI It I ferrcsl to and reported from the general mamma, do you see auntie's whiskers?" tho matter Is referred to a Er.m rmtlis. dmn bv Sir Llliott; 5th dam bv Grav EaThere was some embarrassment as consisting generally of three mem- committee on claims. It is fair to say gle; Otli dam by Uuzzard. ll.UcK' Tilt the child was quickly hushed up, but a bers of the committee, and these three that not levs than live thousand people Ji.ipltyuyWill make the season of 1892 at my clearly perceptible giggle went through members nt onco constitute the legisla- aro Interested in the passage of this farm, the old Win. Hall place, live miles the car. The ladies soon left, and when tive deity In the eyes of the anions class of bills, because the claimants are j,.-- !uuiu the object of the child's inquiry looked claimant. It Immediately becomes his always surrounded by cormorants who wiiru in the mirror, she found, sure enoucrh. in the business, and tho business of his friends, hope to become At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. as hor friends told her, that she had a who aro now lobbyists, to event of the success of a claimant At the same place I will stand in v flue well defined pair of have many personal Interviews with tho against the government. It is equally s fnlr to state tlmt at least cnused by the rubbing off of the color Of nil forms, Neuralgia,Spasms,Fits,Sleep-lessneas- , young jack, of three members of that In from the high collar of the wrap. each house. Our claimant manages to the claimants haio valid clsiins which Dullness, Dizziness, Blues, OpAnd she is not the only one who has ium Habit, Drunkenness, etc., are cured by meet them in all sorts of out of tho way ought to be paid. That one to which He i bv an inmoited Spanish jack, has reference wns mnde last week, been decorated. So much complaint Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, discovered places. He will run across them, quite SPUIMt HO.VXKT. n flue has there been of this sort that it is by tho eminent Indiana Specialist in ner- stand body and large bones. He will by accident of course, ns they uro com- tho M'Garrahau claim, Is one which ing to tho capitol In tho morning and ought to hnvo been settled not less than open work mohair, leghorn and flno considered quite necessary to wear a vous diseases. It does not contain opiates chip, aro most popular. At present scarf of lace, mull or chiffon inside or dangerous drucs. Fino book of creat At $8 to Insure a Livint? Colt. will walk with them up the broad mar- thirty years Hgn. ble steps, nil tho while chatting about It is strange, until you look upon tho there is every indication that tho sailor the wrap ns a discourager to these not cures and trial bottloa Fuee nt druggists. A lien will be retained on colts till seascones with your own eyes, how hard- - luU ks died a natural death. Peace to peeiany ornamental apnomlaL'es. X. "" ""- -- ".n.iv.u.,j.muai,iuu son money is paid; if mure i patted with Y. Ledger. ened do become the hearts of senators 't.s ashes. TBIAIi BOTTLE FREE. season becomes due. Bonnets are very small, and in and representatives towards thus? pro- 10 l.S.l'HlLUPS, Walnut Hat. F'rraleVyA K Penny, Stanford. HIS MONEY'S WORTH. benollclnries of private bills. l"g at window full of tho early spring I Ls.T v Taking it for granted that the Interest- - Importations one cannot think of any-e- d Iloir nn I'tulttr.uit ISowanl-'il.tlThe I'leminm Saddle Stallion, parties are honest and sincere, it is thing more practical than butterflies. Minister. only fair that they should have They are so airy and llyawny, and every Many years ago Rev. D. C. Eddy, then fair hearings. Every one will concede wing represents a bill. A pcstor if a church in a thrivinginanu-facturin- g that But looking nt it from tho stand- - j bandeau of velvet, a butterfly bow of city of Massachusetts, was (Shown S time, as a and took 7 point of n member of congress the cqul- - 'real lace white or black, a sprig of called upon to marry a couple. pre m in in and certificate; a a ties of the case disappear. It is not n ' wild flower, a jeweled pin, n pair of vol- - Throughout the ceremony he wasirreat-l- y wasn't shown at nil question of right and wrong, but a vet strings, and madam has n Paris ere- Will make the season of lSD2at mv place confused by the extreme agitation of As Anljree fr the brrilit of ihe cretlltort of J .. .uhl- uuiu question of b rcd to death by utlon which she can wonr hut a few thegroor.i, a little mnn. who kept hop- Mst. Philips, I offer l.r s.'.c pro auiy a 1 rct ot aiuuiuni on tne Danville persons who nro clinking rainbows. times at most, and forty dollar is u ping from one foot to tho other ns if Lmd in Lincoln count) pike at Tho congressman knows each claim by moderate price for thcM dainty confec- practicing an Indian dance. $10 to Insure a Living Colt. 315 heart, knows that it will never become tions. There are mnny beautiful shapes Tho minister uttered the words that Mone. due when the mare is parted n law, gets tired of hearing the same for practical u ear, particularly in the mnde the couple one. and then proceedTin Ksrn. Is well pr.eI anil wrll wntered with or hied to another lnr-commodinu and well built. old story am! becomes bored to death large hats, trimmed with upstanding ed to pronounce the benediction, as- Th dwelling home n Lord Clifton is a IV'ini: susceptible of I with the persistence of tho claimant. ilumes and some of the new moire shot suming an attitude more common per- in parcel", one parcel tM.y duMon.15. would M'll with a good mane beautiful red sorrel, containing acre, on and lof hands Therefore, It not Infrequently happens riblions. From bro.il brimmed hats haps then' than now the hands out- which trietluellluR I iue it oltuatr, and til." i.ther high, foaled in 18SS, aud istail,perfect sada 165 ncre, nn iihlch congressmen dodge around cor- very wide long veils of thread lace are stretched with upraised palms. The god, .tl) otTcr furthe Improvements are nt o dle hore. that sale the Tho-- e who want to bleed ridors, rush into committee rooms and worn, in much the style solemn woiils were half uttered when toa good paddle stallion ate coidially invited to look oruer uoorirt'cpers to penult nobody to of our grandmothers. Some are draped he heard the clink and felt the descent ri.KAsr. ri".Ki:.NT JIV DIM.. enter, go into tho cloak rooms, or dis- - nround the brim and hang to the waist. of two silver half dollars which the , Brick House aud Lot in Lancaster at my horse and see him move. He wns sired by Second Jewel, he by appear in the restaurant; playing a per while others nre run on elastic, so they groom had dropped into the hollow of "my bill." Ho will meet them In tho Aow occupied by R t, McRoberts at a dm; More, Cunningham's Jewel, he bv old WusliiiiK-tobarber shop, also by accident, and while petual game of Hide and seek with may be drawn aside at tho volition of his hand. ' peniunrk. and they aro helpless in tho hands of tho claimants who want to talk almut tholr "Amen!" said tho minister in concluHis first dam Fannie bv'n snn nf niir. All these little incidental Two Vacant Lots in Same Block, Vermont: 2d sion. tonsoriul artist, will regale them with a llttlo bills. dam bv Ofd Monte, thor"Everything all right now, p.Vson?" On which the hmiHweie recently burned. Po oughbred. few of tho Inside facts connected with byplays belong to tho history of each rSSw private bill; and, If you have any inquired the groom. stolon ol the ucant lot ?hcn immediately on that claim. He will manage to rido Lien retained on col till season is paid. limiv? Is rentwith terms home with them in the same htreet car friends who nre trying to get a relief Assured that It was, he threw his complianceyear, hut tho nt mIh. 1 lie ill be entitled Mures grazed at reasonable rates, but ed fur. this purclmer u arms around the bride and began kiss- to tho rem irom time nf purch.ii and alwnys pay their fares, at tho samo bill, a pension bill, a bill correcting a not responsible for accidents, should nny Povtlon of the Lincoln County Farm will be occur. ing her in the most exuberant fashion. gheu time getting in a few remarks about tho military record, a bill for payment of ol September nixt. it o G. A. LACKEY. Stanford, Ky.' subject nearest his heart, I f his efforts Indian depredations, or any other "Parson," he said, as soon ns he could Terms. rah; the remalnderlnequ.il claim, you may tell that friend prove successful a favorable report Is recover himself, "that's the best dollar's Installments of 6 and 12 months, bearing 6 percent mado by the committees to the senate that, although Jordan Is a hard road to worth in the old Hay statel" Youth's Interest and negotiable. M. C. SAUFLEV. travel, the legislative road is covered Companion. and house nnd the bill placed at the Also about 50 barrels of CORN', two stacks of HAV and j4 S1IOATS for ale prUately. foot of the calendar, This report Is with rougher macadamizing, and more SkeiUililo! Smith I). Fnv. usually written by the claimant him- dangerous pitfalls. First dnm Lulu Hell by Kentucky Clny In the course of a lecture on English self, iu order to save time nnd trouble 191, he by C. M. Clav. Jr.. f Stmdiri .?... s composition, Mr. Barrett Wendell, of How to Mniico n Husband, for the statesmen. The bill then slumtiie dam of Mnmbrino l'atchen and Lady Harvard college, ns an example of how Whenever he is cross or crank all bers until tho caleudar Is taken up. Thome. 2 IS each; 2d dam by Downing Is formed, tells an amusing language The regular time for this Is after the men aro at times take a book and Vermont, sire of Gill's Vermont 101, tho anecdote. While in n small Sicilian sire of Ilnnner Hoy 2 23, lilack .Maria, &c: consideration of lcgislattvo business in read, or play some andante movement town some years ago. Mr. Wendell was 3d dam by Glencoe, thoroughbred. the morning, or generally about two on tho piano, but do not bother him. pursued everywhere he went by what Whenever you eat onions go visit Monti e C. was sired bv Liehtheart o'clock. Occasionally both houses he calls "contagiously 1301, trial 2 3(5; out of Moss lfi"f..li !, whole days nt a time to tho con your worst enemy and stay a week, but beggars." To rid himself of their imter to l'rinceps, sire of Trinket 214; d slderation of bills on the private calen- do not go near your husband. portunities he turned fiercely upon them dam Primrose, dam of Princeps, sire of Whenever ho asks whose place it is to dar. and cried: "Skedaddle!" bole 2 20; 3d diyn MacklWdnni give In It Is a dreary waiting for the Interest nor not tell him not tho woman always, ' of Darkness 2 27. "Somehow," says he, "It caught their tho man, but the one who loves ed party during the time of a bill's reTliis peJigree combines tlio Hambleto-nian- , fancy. 'Skedaddo!' thev shouted in a then port and the time when it is acted upon. most. AndMusic let him have his wny. the Coyler, the Clav nnd the Verchorus. Marie, in and Drama. STItEET COSTUME. During this period the claimant haunts mont strains, with a thoroughbred base: "When I next wont out of doors, I the corridors of tho capitol and waylays the wearer, much after the fashion of a was greeted with shouts of. 'Duon gior-nV1 s,lmv '" Mi llirect descent Line, Will I'lnil n Way. every member who shows the slightest than 00 2 30 or belter jierformers. moie Skedaddo' (Good day, Skedaddle.) Is but ono pauper In the town bed curtain. There Montrose C. is second cousin to Maud disposition to linger a moment in his These veils are very expensive and The rascals had named me, nnd called Hainir removed my Barber Snop to the Com S. Ho is a mahogany brown, 1(5 hands merclAl Hotel, I am vicinity. The methods of lobbying arc of Whltneyville, Me., nnd that one is a consequently uncommon at present, but me by the name for the remaining hours sPe.w,.v hotter, varied and amusing. One will boldly festivo widow who looks out for herself will no doubt be cheaply imitated later of my stay among them." ten months In the year. It is evident Prepared to Accommodate Ladies Win ",,ake treasonthough untrained, at mv stables in walk up to a member engaged in conin the season. Mr. Wendell ndds that a Sicilian genShelby City, as well as Gentlemen, versation with friends, draw him into that sho will soon bo entirely indepenAmong the new colors In dress ma- tleman subsequently told him that very for a corner and state his case with ease dent, readher last request of the over- terials nnd lnlllinery trimming are probably tho word "skedaddo" might In anytbirg they may wish in my line, Chi!- At $15 to ns follows: "Pleaso send mo Insure a Living Colt. alio waited on. Call n me. and confidence, whllo others nre more seers pompadour, a silvery blue; cantaloupe become iu the town in question n perdiffident. 1 know of one man who has ten yards of red ribbon nnd a new green, magnolia, ripo cherry, Russian manent, generic' noun, Mares cared for nt reasonable rates, but signifying a THOMPSON, been around the capitol off and on for dress, nnd let the dress be good enough blue, several new graj's in smoke and J not responsible for accidents or escapes. d foreigner of excitable dis- to wear as principal at a wedding." two years, and has never screwed up In Commercial Hotel. pearl tints, mauvo and ' position. Harper's Young People. H. L. OARTWKIGHT. ABOUT Pn'TVA'PP TUT TO I ..., P principle-regulat- ing Onward Messenger W?"11 . 1 I e i ' I I ) An $500 ut i fu J i n. i.i.. ,:' r --- M il j I 4w CURE . --- TP JURIED JAPANESE 1 1 - frJWt&ir Largs Mule Jack, I RED EAGLE. ,'., st i i. ". ( Soft-lin- two-thlrd-n over-exerti- on te-fti- l,... ,ii - ' Guar-Styli- sll -- AL -r j i O I long-loope- d W , o a poll-tlcla- n j ,' , I Tiny Liver PiSSsf ci;, TUTT'S f A KcprcM-ntHtlve- s , ! x. 's j "r. ' ) i IKZXITQ- j BOY. Wol-for- i ' d; a V - - full-Hedge- d side-whiske- ee two-third- HEADACHE! Aii ' S.A.IM:. i j ' - look-lose- d r , nrlili-Kmm- m ten-doll- Assiassnas's . , sale !fl HEAL ESTALE. Contaixiiiijj 111 1 - Acres. i e. 1 j n pri-rnt- One-thi- rd tf MONTROSE C. . . ' do-vo- te ! fJH ill o-- good-humore- d l' -- feUtU o, 1 ' - light-haire- JESSE c w " .- - o h J. L. Tice, the wifo murderer, was neatly electrocuted at the Auburn, K. Y., penitentiary. Ho sit down in tho s chair without objection and in two May Stanford, Ky., was dead as a mackerel. be Tho hall of the Zoelner Mnenner-ch- or to. we week. To in Last Brooklyn was burned and W. F. two employes are thought to have periu ished. Tho loss is $130,000, insurance between SSO.OOO and $90,000. week be Shoo Fivo people are known to have been Goods killed and 10 probably fatally injured by TiiKresnonseof Mr. CharleH M. Mea- - a cyclone in tho Turkey Valley, in cham, of tho Hopklnsvillo Kentuckian, Greer county, Texas. Almost every to the toast, "Pennyrile," at tho Tress person in tho valley was injured. banquet at Lexington, is one of tho most Hie Russell county democratic conhand-turne- d humorous and amusing productions we vention instructed for Carlisle for presito seen from him or any other dent and have ever for Henry Watteison, William genius. With a rathersolemn and cler- Lindsay, 22. 75. Sizty-ei- ht James B. McCreary and J. All but 70 votes in the approaching ical visage, one would ascarce expect to Proctor Knott ns dolegates-at-largShoes, to JCid S(Uc State Convention nro accounted for. M r. find in Meacham such superabundance The Delaware democratic convenReducCarlisle has 174 instructed votes and Mr. of wit and humor as seems to permeate tion elected an uninstructed Cleveland ICid mnvih. Cleveland 01. Of course the latter does the whole of his 0J feet frame. Thos. delccation, headed Sale-pricnot even indicate Mr. Cleveland's The number of stamps issued for tho F. Bayard. Tho platform denounces the Low strencth. Nearly everv county endors first quarter of 1S92 is G.jS.433,010, an in McKinley tariff and opposes free silver Shoes ed him and would have instructed for crease of 37,51 1,S1 3 over the same period coinage. S3. The United States Supreme Court dehim outright had they not preferred to last year. The number of stamped en' Cong, 75; take counsel together and give the oppo- velopes issued was 131,359,6o0, an in- cided that it is not unlawful discriminasition the benefit of every d.oubt. Mr. crease of 10,393,330, and of postal cards tion for n railroad company to sell to Wntterson is out in another long letter 13S,G43,O0O, an increase of 20,921,000. theatrical parties or others where the insisting that Kentucky take her right- riiis is a pretty good index of the increas- party is made up of 10 or mor.?, ticket4-a- t reduced rates. ful place at the head of the democratic ing business of the country aud is very c; 7 1-- 2 Goods A couple of fellows tried to take column. It she cannot give Carlisle a gratifying. Carlisle and when the marshal attempt- unanimous endorsement and thinks ice joc. The Knights of Honor will celebrato ed to arrest them they swore thev'd die after due consideration that Grover Cleveland should bo nominated, she their 19th anniversary nt National Park, first. One of them, Pres Kokendorfer, re should say so and send a delegation to Louisville, Juno 30th. Louisvi'le is tho did die with his boots on and the other Chicago instructed to vote as a unit for birthplaccof tho order and the 34 lodges quietly went to jail. all-wo- ol him. For his o.vn part, if that is the around the Falls have united for this NaThrifty Indiana farmers aro making we verdict of the majority, he will not have tional celebration. Tho membership Jan. dead loads of "Maple" sugar out of a n wprd to say against itrand if he is not 1 was 133,011, and in IS years 545,033,-4S- 4 common article of brown sugar and a is 2G have been paid in sick and death syrup obtained from tho bark of hickory elected a delegate, to which position ho A low trees. The counterfeit is said to be very does not even aspire, it will indict no benefits. hurt to his vanity. This is all very Call of Convention to Nominate a Demo-- j fine. The court of claims has decided in pretty, but it smacks a little of the flavor . nrntlft Pnnnrpsmnn. V W. w... WW. .J,, www... ... hllUllwl.ww'. WW. 1'r.l.t.. A... .V in of Big I and Little 17. We, for one, do At a meeting of the democratic com- - their claim for damages for timber cut LOUISVILLE not wish to see Mr. Watterson humiliatmittee of the Sth Congressional district oil" the Ravenwood, Vn , estate during ed by refusing to send him as a deleof Kentucky, held at Lawrenceburg on the war. Tho' claim was for $275,000. gate to Chicago, though we would precolored, tho lGth'dny of May, 1S92, pursuant to The cqurt awards $217,00. Congress hThe wife of John fer a juror who had not made up his has recently returned from Clay county, notice, it was ordered that a district con-- 1 yet to pass upon this ilndine. mind in advance against the best man in vention be Iieldat .Nicliolnsville on the Mrs. Keigwin, wife of tho Jefferson- - where hIio hnd been to attend the burial the United States. Mr. Watteison would 9th day of July, 1S92, at 1 o'clock i m., vtlle Squire who hns married so many of her mother, ho leaves lo.lXW acres i not under any circumstances, we are for purpose of nominating a demo- Kentucky eloping couphs, created sen- - land and other property to two heirs tho & sure, go against the expressed wishes of cratic candidate for Congress in said dis- sation by rushing through the streets At the democratic convention here his constituents and if honest, reliable A.JL..I County .o c.ll .nj mmUo ih. b.w.,., Ich,,,,, e of WALL PAI'I k tr wild-eyvowing that 'Saturday hist, no instructions were trict. and otferrJ 10 th propWof Central Kentucky es and steady democrats are sent as , would kill her husband, who, she en the delegates to the State It was further ordered that a convenMr. Cleveland's interests will not e. At in each UAMVIL-Lfc- .. tion be held ut the had foiviken her for another tion. The following gentlemen are KY.. - - . suffer. 12 o'clock m. on Level Green; C. ntcuwoiutuiili yuiaetxt IMIN'ls. OILS. YAitvi.u.c i. county in the district at She is said to be addicted to gates: J.N. Brown, low my vaaJcMlc th Stale l'rople -- rutin; to , en work caa 1. .r 4. bier I')- ctinn Mullins. Livingston, A. Pennington mil hu.e hi frtra What's the matter with Georgia? Saturday, June IS, to appoint delegates the use of morphine ia cpri.A.ei aad mix, tn4 C. C. Williams, Mt. Vernon. to said district convention. Her State convention, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Got your Combinations Complete and Save Money. Mr JlUUe9 I white loft Tuesday for It was furttier ordered that each counheld at Atlanta, the homo of Howell and ' Metcalfe, Cumberland and surrounding been howl- ty is entitled to one vote in said conventhe Constitution, who have Alex Moberly eold to Wm Dodd his counting to be absent 15 dnvs for the ing early and late for Hill, was organized tion for each 100 votes cast therein for yellow pony for $110. viewing the for governor L. T. Smith lost a fine standard bred purpose of investigating and and controlled by Cleveland men, who the democratic candidate of Kentucky at the August election, mare a few days ago. patented to Hockcnstlo and Bath nds elected the delegates for the nearly all tho district delegates. 1S91, and one vote for each fraction over Will Hay8sold to Beazley Pwo. a County Seminaries by tho Stato between Mo White the years 1S12 and 1S20 The platform ia strong for tariil reform, 50 votes. good milk cow for33o0. made a trip to the office ol Register at It was ordered that a copy of these strange to say, demands free silver and, William Moreland bought of Christ hogs at 3.70. Frankfort, last week, and secured copies coinage. A resolution requiring the proceedings bo furnished the Courier-JournAdor n bunch of patents of and the democratic papers delegates to vote as a unit was defeated Wm. Moreland bought of John F. of tho .......... covering 0.000 acres in tthe !argxffl '1,h.... IlilLUCU mm.1 ouiiuilimiiis trill II ff.. for publicailllll Aiiwnlinilllll. California adopted a resolution saying this Congressional district of hogs at 3 SO and of UJUVU Cash n Toles Wallace was playing som L. W. McKee, Ch'n. Wm. Murphv a lot of butcher cattle at thb democracy of that State is over- tion. Is Rocoivinp; His 3 c. pranks witli a black snake ono day R. B. Sweeney, Sec'y. renomina-tio- n whelmingly for Cleveland's EwTiiay. Two red heifer calves and week, while sitting near a fishing place delegates were instructed and her THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. ouo roan steer, all about same size. He- - on Round Stone. Ho begun by shooting accordingly. ward for information. W. I Carson, gravels at his enakeship. The reptile The State Senaterejected a resolu The St. Louis Republic takes no stock tion providing for adjournment June 1. Stanford. enjoy the fun, but made at Toles didn't Goods Warranted and a Pcrlcct Fit Guaranteed. Gi c mc call. Dogs kills 1.000,000 worth of sheep nnd climbed to that old fisherman's in the Cassandra warnings of Mr. Wat Senator Breckinridge's bill making it year and for it shoulders. Then it was fun for the terson ami says that nothing save his a felony to put wire or otherobstructions in the United States each own withdrawal can prevent the nomi- across a turnpike passed the House and they give no compensating advantage Bnake. After the scramble to get rid of whatever. nation of Mr, Cleveland. The time for only needs his new found partner, Tolus crawled the governor's signature to A. H. Henderson, of Itockcnstle, from the water, into which the piir had his withdrawal has passed and he could make it a law. bought iu the East End of this county reeled and made tracks for home and hardly withdraw now without commitThe committee recommends an ap- - 31 head of extra good butcher stuff at dry clothes. ting something like treachery 1o his parpropriation of 512,000 to complete the of faith towards friends 2i to 3:3o. ty and a breach Mis. M. C. Williams and childr. n One of the largest and mo.st complete stotK-- s of Men's, HoyVJand if ami lliaf "liVI tfcv uftor wri ranlnitn1 ati who have burned their bridges behind .UlUi.Ul Dill IVf There were on the Georgetow n mar- are visiting her brother, S. R. Kennedy, Children's years the office of inspector of mines and Yearlings at Uusxellville. ket Monday 150 cattle. them in doing tho work which they director of tho survey be consolidated. Miss May and Mrs. brought 3 10 to 3.71; milk cows, common Anna Miller visited Lancaster during have done in his behalf and which has Mr. Myers' bill providing that no to good, $23 to $45. Trade light. made his nomination practically certhe week. The latter has returned lo child less than 13 years of age shall be Bahr & Kahn bought of W. G. Bur- Zanesville, Ohio, where she holds a tain. employed in o factory or mine, unless s i:.ver Drougiiuto tnc i.ast bud of the county. ton n lot of fat hogs at 3.05 and a lot of stenographers position. Mr. J. II Also a large and well newspaper fraternity and others such child shall hare attende school or butcher cattle at 2L They also bought Tae during assorted Ntockof CtMom-Mad- e was hero from Middlesboro an J Eastern 14 of the who held him in high esteem are shock- been privately taught at least of Benzley Bros, some hogs at 3) and the week. Mr. Robert White was up oil nnil crim-pi- l nt. tlin fllliltlen 1111(1 lltlPT. 52 weeks next preceding such employ- butcher stuff nt 2J. from Crab Orchard Monday. William House, pected death of Mr. Bruce Champ, editor ment' Psed the The Winchester Democrat reports Baker and family of Pulaski, are visitof the Bourbon News, which occured at NEWSY NOTES. sales of 200 extra slop cattle, 1,250 lbs., ing the family of Mr. H. H. Baker, this For both ladies and gentlemen. Call and examine our his home in Paris Wednesday. A man at 3, which were shipped to New York; puce Mr. W. J. Newcomb has been stockbefore Win. Joh'ison smoked 200 cigarettes of fine personal appearance, and with n purchasing your Spring Goods. 235 hogs of 200 pounds weight sit 3 SO promoted to the claim deptrtment of G. bright mind and companionable disposi- Sunday and now he is a very dead and 100 ewes and wethers at 3.30 to 4c. CAS F. road at Galveston. Tho ever tion, he was much beloved by all who corpse. Bahr it Kahn bought of A. M. pleasant business manager of tho I. J. The loth annual meeting of the knew him. A second wife, to whom ho Sam Moore and others n lot of was with us Wednesday afternoon. had been married but a year or two, and Kentucky Pharmaceutical Association i butcher cattle at 2. to 3lc; some light ' two 6ons, survive him, and in their tad in session at Carroltou. butcher hogs at 3 to 3(30 and several Schedule Blue Grass Base Ball League. alliance democrats of The no one feels a greater symbereavement cilves at $2 50 to $5. At Stanford: June 7, anvilles; llth, South Carolina, adopted resolutions depathy than the writer. The rice crop of 1S92 is estimated to Shelbyvilles; 21st, Nicholasvillce; July 5, claring hostility to Cleveland. be 50 per cent, in excess of any previous Harrodsburgs; loth, D.invilles;22d,ohei Mu. James B. Maiitin, of Barren, who Three negroes were lynched at year, it will not mil snort oi w.uuu.uuu byvillrx; 29th, Xichola.sv made a creditable race for Clerk of the Ala., oc suspicion of having com- bushels. The increase is attributed to Harrodsburgs; 16th, Han Court of Appeals nnd who served as mitted a rape on a white woman. the fact that many farmers substituted Wyvilles; Mth,NicholnsvilU-s- Sept. Llth, secretary of the constitutional During the year 89- -' I assistant W. T. Ficklin, indicted for furnish shall keep constantly'on crop for cotton. Harrodsburgs. hand a full and complete convention, was nominated over two ex ing Mooro with libellous information, the stock of ipg Cattle are ouiet in Cincinnati, with At Harrodsbuig: Juno 10, Shelbyvilles; cellent gentlemen for circuit clerk after lm8 jojnC(l j,j8 bos8 !n jaji nt j.arj8. best shippers at 4; stockers and feeders an exciting primary. This will give him A mob hung three negroes atClarks- - are ouiet at 2A to 41; the hog market is 21th, Danvilles; July 1st, Nicholasvilles; ..., a continuous term of 24 years in tho of ville, Ga., for the murder of n policeman, active, prime butcher' bringing 4 SO; filh., Tntnrinr .Tmirnnlu , V'Mi. Slielhv- .W. J filled with great honor and 'although they died protesting their in- sheep aro firm at 4 to 51; spring lambs villes; 20th, Danvilles; Aug. 2d, Nicho- fice he has are in fair demand at 5 to 7J. ' lasvilles; 9th, Interior Journals; I'.tth, j p , nocence. acceptability. ' M. D. Richardson has become Shelbyvilles; Sept. 2d, Danyilles; iltb, CL It is reported that tho steamer Alof He The auditor reports that there will be exander Wolkow bus foundered in the Faraday, is tho breeder and r owner of Nictioia8vuies; lutii, interior journals. old the sensational lU' slock r n deficiency in the treasury Juno 30 of Caspian Sea and that 2o0 passengers At Danville: Juno 10th, Interior Jour- last year, ami it is ueueveii uih. mo fail Z $200,000. The cm rant expenses of the S a'e were drowned. ure of the colt to .show good form this nals; Htb, Nicholasvilles; 21st, Harrods-. TfSPTTTSl 1 4 T PTT C W. U X JCJ4 JCUJLiJtfc Vf , -are now being paid out of the direct tax A Knoxville u an prides himself up spring is the cauoe of his trouble. burcs: Julv 1st. Shelbvvilles: 12th. Into- refunded by tho general government and on the possession of a pair of shoes, the rior Journals; 22d, XicholaovUI.-- ; 29th, Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers R0GKCASTLE COUNTY. nf over to tho school fund. With a leather of which grew upon a calf once MT. VEF1N0N, turned Harrodsburgs; Aug. 2d, Shelby vi!.; prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment Mr Legislature on hand costing $1,000 n day, owned by Georgo Washington. Mr. P. Thomas Welch is visiting V K ' . , n.l. lilHIUUDUUII,. WVjfl.. ml. an iucretue of 5 per cent, in tarati n C..f .'m', Win. Watkins, of Carthage, III., on Louisville friends. ..ill. UUUI, 11 llw.-seems imperatively npcessary. being kicked by a stallion, subdued him Shelbyvilles. The little irl bitten by a rrad-dowith a rope and then picked out his eves near Pine Hill is reported wise. At Mcholasville: Junel7th, Danvillei; With a docket tivo years behiud, the with a needle. Ho was arrested. The crusher at tho ballast quarry 21th, Interior Journals; July Int, HarU. S. Supremo Coijrt has already adJudge Garrett S. Wall, of Maysville, will bo in operation by Juno 1st. rodsburgs Sth, Shelbyvilles; 19th, Danjourned for tho summer and until Sep was nominated by tho democrats of Candidates to bo voted for at the villee; 20th, Interior Journals; Aug. oth,1 tember. No wonder litigants suffer and Lewis counties to succeed Sena- August election aro announcing them- Harrodnburvs; Oth, Shelbyvilles; 2(Jth, .Dealers In. whbn this mighty tribunal can not intor Poyutz, appointed to tho Ilailroad selves. Danville; Sept. 2d, Interior Journals; duce itself to work more than five Commission. Bull frog hunting is having a run. Oth, Harrodsburgs; 10th, Shelbyvilka mouths in a year, while the rest of nmn-ki" At Shelbyville: Juno 7th, Harro Abigwavoin tho Floyd river at Lovens of this dish are enjoying themlabors from one lyear'a end to anburgs; 17th, Interior Journals; 2tftl Sioux City, Ia , flooded a portion of tho selves hugely. other. of olivo oil, en Danville-- ; July 5th, Nicholasvilles; loth city, and it is estimated that 30 to 33 persilver coinage got another black sons have been drowned. About 8,000 route irom India to Nashville passed Harrodsburgs; 19th, Interior Jourpals; ' Fkek Hard- -, Queen- -, Tin- and Glassware. Aug. 5th, Danville; 12th, Xighola&villes; eye iu the House Wednesday, when tho peoplo were driven from tho their homes hero a fow days since.( chair sustained n point of order against a nnd 2,000 head of live stock perished. Tho Rockcastle Seminary lands aro 10th, Harrodsburgs; 2Gth, Interior Jour-- ! free coinage amendment to tho sundry The railroads aro flooded and trains can-u- ot said to bo.located In tho counties where uals; Sept. 0th, Danvilles; 13th, Nicho-- ' Si , ruu. The damage will reach lasvilles. F.L. IlAiuton.Pres. B G. L. civil bill, and the House upheld tho dethe Standard Oil Company is making i Cl.vbesceOwk.N8, Secy. Pro Tern. purch ases. ' cision. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal WALTON. THE Senator Davk Smith says ho is disgusted with public lifo and would resign, but for the obligation lie is under to bis friends. If ho remains in his 20, 1892 present mind he says he will never bo a candidate for public ollico again. Let us all join Bro. Sautley in prayer that that great mind will undergo no change in that particular, or if it does, his constituents will have respect enough for themselves to shelve him forever. miu-uto- u 0 Grand May Reduction Sale. The First Grand Reduction Sale will L I wish call the attention of sensible and economical buyers, inducements that will make the sale par ticularly proinauie yuu. this sale The Special Bargains this Departments. Wash inaugurated this aud 0 U PEOPLE'S CHOICE. s will in our V SHOE DEPARTMENT. s I i (BvJ I byxx-Secreta- ry L L E Shoes, former price 3.75 All Ladies' Reduction Sale price $2.98. Fifty pair extra Ladies' Shoes Reduction Sale price $2. worth S2.50 and worth $1.S5 Button pair $2; Reduction price 1.25. 75 pair Ladies' Oxfords worth $1.50; tion sale urice Doc 120 pair of blisses' u.vfmvx 80c, SI. 25: Reduction put 37 pair Men's Lace and Southern Ties worth 25; Reduction sale urice S2.50. 100 pair men's fine shoes worth $2. Reduolion sale price 31.00. Bat. and $.' V I L L E WASH GOODS DEPARTMENT. worth White ami 8 l-3- Reduction sale price s , j T j i ' 0 W !ilil.,ili!nliliin " w"l T V. R E Fine Crepons, new patterns, uorihoOc; reduction sale price 20c. Extra quality Calicoes per yard. every purchase FREE, FREE, FREE an will give yon one pair Lace Curtains of Pole Carpet and ' positively free. Tins offer is only open for this ircch. now complete with new Our line of Clothing and Hats prices. call will convince yon of this tact. styles and Also low prices prevail in every department of our immense fmth S T 0 establishment. STORE, Originators of Low Trices. R E i -s WANTED. hr 11 Five Thousand Ladies dole-gat- ed bare-heade- giv-sh- Conven-claimed- court-hous- e ' dele-woma- .... Geiitleniaii from Stan ford le y - a. nmnnNc I I re pt-ct- ica She'a-all-rig- ht. I State-at-largea- 1 al 200-pou- nd 1 car-loa- d .. M lt j Spring & Summer Goods j JUST RECEIVED, ii !. CLOTHING, ow-el- 1 - felio 1 Fe-lan- d, W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. d An-cisto- n, A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER ,- 1 ; . J JrUIltS Drugs tad OllS ToiletArticles Glass, Books, in-ra- ne. btatlOneiy. two-yea- -- ( ,. 1 W wvwai, ll i . g -- -' Ma-eo- n FARRIS & HARDIN J - -- ' nd AnSOO-poundcas- k Staple & Fancy Groceries ReCeiVed ' ex-en9l- J USt Beautiful LlDP E)6tS I . OUamDer aild LaiELDS P -- 1 a :x ,t -- t 3 ' O 1, i r-- Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal May 20. 1892 Stanfoiid, Kv., 12 C.WALTON.Bus.ManaRer MEANS BUSINESS. nlnt nt V. B. JIc-Hobo- Wall l'Ai'Eitnnd K.s'oiiavinu beautifully nml nrtiaticnlly tloim nt A. U. IVnnyV. Hov your hooks nini supplies of nil kititlH from A. It. lVnny. Havr your watch, clock nml jVweiry repaired at A. It. Ponny'H. All work Kkmkmiibh thntall Hilverwnrt. watrht'H. iVc, houht nt A. It. I'enny'fi will ho inKrnvvl free of cIiiukis ririKH, wnrrniitfil. Death must have been a hapjy reami lot of 2 lief to Mrs. J. II. McPhersou, who Koit Sai.k. Residence breathed her last of consumption at her ncrte on Main street. W. P. Wnlton. , Tuesday night. In homent for ex- less than two years sho has hnd tho Tiik Mayor advertises forbids cavating and McAdamizing. See ad. on bodies of two sons, killed on the railroad, brought to her, mangled and bleeding this jiuge. f corpses, and a son and daughter and a It will pay you to examine our ad. for grand child have died natural deaths. litis week and to examine not only these Boor woman, sho Bullered much and goods but all the goods In our stock. J. her tired sjiirit needed tho rest which S. Hughes. bho doubtless now enjoys. ' A husband . Don't bo curried oirby advertisements and five children are left to sorrow over of watches, clocks and jewelry at reduc- her loss. The remains wero interred in Wednesday, after ed prices. Itemombor that I always sell Builalo Cemetery, others ad- short talks by Revs. A. V. Sizpinore and thelowest.no matter what Bun Helm. vertise. A. H. Fenny. Bow-landT CALtroitN'iA peaches K.A V. H. Wearen'H. below cost at B. DEATH'S DOINGS. Brodhead. Born, to the wife of J. It. Cass a fine boy and ho will nsist his father as A W i "I Tin: Danville jmpers are having some at our local's expense, over tho Rev. Ben Helm's meeting at Rowof the, I. J. club, but satisiled that land is rogrc.sing favorably, hut will PERSONAL POINTS.. he who laughs last laughs best, ho is with tho week. Mii.J.S. Iii'uiikh wimiu Kiulunonil on sawing wood and saying nothing till af- likely close Rockefeller, the Standard John K. buslntwH WihIiidhiIiiv. ter tho gnmo Oil king, lias given the Tahcrnaele Mu. 0. B. Cooi'Kii is slowly recovering church at New York $50,000. from an attack of chills. Tiik I. & C. and Louisvillu Southern Tho ladies of thu Presbyterian Mis. It. Zimmuii nml little IJIsto went will also run an excursion to tho basechurch will meet at tho lecture room of to Ciiii'inunti yi'htertiay. ball g.imo In Louisville next Sunday, tho church next Tuesday at 4 p. i , to JukouM. C. Saitluy Ih putting up M, ntSl.oOfroin Danville, J from make arrangements for finishing the infences in Mercer county this week. S:c. Faxton's celebrated brasj side of tho church. All please remem Mihi Hannah MiKaix, of Crab band will accompany the. excursion. II. ber and come. Is tlio K'lfflt (if Miaa Laura Hobz- Tho General .Methodist Mu. William Gkkii has contracted ley. adopted a resoluwith tho London Manufacturing Co. for conference at Omaha Mil. and Miw. T.S. Mit.LEit, of tion calling upon all good people to rise cut-opike to honr Kev. n two story house on the caMer, eam over might and abolish the inJudge W. 12. Varnon's. 31 rs. in their Georp) 0. Barnes preach. dignities hcajed upou tho colored brothMiw. A. It. I'knnv went over to I.U.X Gefr ditl tho architectural work and the er. in;ton Tuexday to cpend n few days contractors complimented it very high-l- v. Rev. George O. Barnes continues to with her "idler, Mrs. Graves. , except draw crowds to the Mu. Gkoiiuu Vai'oii.v remains about for au hour at tho Wednesday's services, ouo of Bain fell in torrents hero the haine, but the doctors say his death Wednesday and Mug accomjMiiietl by a which was omitted and tho other is it question of n veiy short time. with by the rain. He will continue still' wind, some damage was done. A Miw. V. M. JlouLn, of ClMrksvillr, gala prevailed yesterday and dust was as long as the interest keejrn up ami Teiin., pnsHitl through Tuesday on her flying btdore noon on tho bt reels, which then go to one of tho many jdacea that way to tanenstor to viclt her parents. do that kind of thing on tho smallest have invited him to como aud hold Mii.J. W Hamsbt and Oai.it. It. D. meetings. provocation. .. Thomion left Wetlnwilny for n month's, Rev. It. B. 3Iahony has resigned his vtaltto rulnlivnt in Misouri and Kmiihhh. Tiik Danvilles ami I.ntkuioii Joubnam pastorate nt Columbia, Tenn., hut it has Hnsuv Tiiaiii'k, of Hrodhund, is work will try conclusions again to'iUv at the not been accepted, though he will iiihi.--t Inir nights nt the deot in the place of Rochester Park, Stanford. Game called upon its accejitance. The membership Mr. Birney Ftoh, who is takinp h faw at 3 o'clock; batteries, Kiting and Jones, is less than 100, none of them wealthy, weeks' reoroHtion, for Danville, Pfieller and Stein for the and since the financial iiej)resHon there r .Mr. J. A. Muii has rwntetl B. 0. Go. I. Js. Admission '26 cents, children can bed by tho bank failures they are ut11 years, 10 cents. ver's property on u ptor Main mill will terly unable to jrny the salary they move his fmtilly to It as soon as some All the other churches in town pumps for Some of tho engitii and nra eomplnted. works have arrived and man-ag- have cut their pastors salaries nml harU Ms. C. II. 1'aixk left for lir home in the water C. Ilowo is pushing the work. times generally prevail there. Mr. 31. II. J. "Hoilon WwltMwUv ami will stop en All of tho ilO.000 htock permitted to he has had a call to a prosperous Kentucky route a sliort tinij v ith frluds In taken hero has been gobbled up with church, but will not accept any charge and Xew York. before fall. through to avidity, tho moneyed men realizing that Mini Ur Gka.kt pstw-eprofitable investCKAB ORCHARD. her hoiim in Ijuimter N'wluueilny after it will U a safe and months' vls4t to relatives iw va- ment. n throti Prof. Bigar will open his dancing rious junta of Tnm8HJe. Thu last time he was heard from Rob- school Sat unlay nt the residence of 31 rs. Ma. l. F. Hi'urr has been transfer- ert Leo Davis wus heading with his frail Laura 3Ioore. red to the Kentucky Central Division imrtiicr for Denver. TheV had better The town authorities aro ditching oftlmlA: N. and will run hotween go even further West, or vengeance may Kim street and it will toon bo tho best Hichmond and Covington. yet ho metod out to them. Davis has road to travel from tho depot to town. Mrs. It. U BI.A.VTOX, of Richmond, been going down the hill ever since a Prof. Smith's school at tho College has quite a larpo clnsa in embroidery certain gentleman made him ijuitcorres-pondincloses Friday. This week is examinaand fancy stitching here ami the young for this pnjier. tion and the pupils are hard at work, idles are progref sing tlnely. anxious for a good jiercentnge. It will be seen by reference to another Mu. W. W 1'r.NX, travclini: passenger Tho ladies of the Baptist church, Ajeut of thu I., ft N., was hvio Wednes-da- v column of this issue that the democrafc who were appointed to select the new unrlcluir tin the excursion, which commit too has called a convention to carpet, went to Stanford Thursday for next Sunday at the nominate n democratic candidate for that purpose, thinking they could get runs to , loiv rate of S2 for the round trip. Quite Congressman, to bo hold at Nicholas-ville- what they wanted there without going to July V, county conventions to tho city. it number will ko from here. Vmr. M. G. Thomson, of Chrletian send delegates there to be held at their .Mrs. W. K. Buchanan has moved Oolleue, Huston villi, and two of his rtwiiective countv seals, nt noon, June back to Crab Orchard. Sue lias been handsome pupils, Miss.es Hebecca Cook IS. Gov. McCreary is the only candi- living nt Cumberlanj) Gaj), Tenn., for and F.thel Wright, wero down yester-d- date announced and the only 0110 likely about a year, but likes her old homo the to have this otllco print invitations to be. His nomination will again be best. 31 r. and .Mrs. James Anderson, of for their commencement exercises which made by acclimation .as it should be. Stanford, have been up visiting .Mrs. ocour early in June this on Anderson's iarents, .Mr. and .Mrs. F. L. M. Lablhy contributes is .he only "Kiggin": W. H. Miller CITY AND VICINITY. .Mr. W. P. Pike, su)erintendent, and man in Stanford, in the county, State, or Soia Water at W. B. McRobfrts'. on this continent, who can raise hogs Mr. Frank Harris, master of trains, for and a garden on the wuiie lot at the tho L. A X., aro among tho latest fisherPittsit strawberries today at W. II. same time. That his work in the gar- men at Dillion. Have not heard whethBrady's. den amounts to turning out tho hogs er they were honored with n bite or from work- npt, but suj)ose of 'course such distinG khm AN millet sod for f1o at J. B when it rains to keeji them while it Is too wet. They guished gentlemen will bo entertained ing tho ground Foster's. aro not educated to that degree of dis- in the best of style. Mr. J. II. Collier is in Louisvillo Nbw link of Zsigler shoes just receivcretion, but with Miller's persietauce, buying goods and attending to business ed at S. H. Shanks'. and management they are likely 3Ir. 11. F. soon to comprehend the entire situation connected with tho mill. Limk and Bine k for sale at low flgwrts. Fish is nt home for a rest. 3Iiss Sallie htudy-iuand K8sibly ho mny have them Steinegger it Co., Ottenheim. Green accomjunied her mother to law before the reason ends " . and will take a little visit nmong foreign and domestic, FiifiTs. both As amusing and to tho victim quite a friends there and at 31iddlesboro. Miss can always be found at It. Zimmer'a. disastrous hog trade occurred at Row- Rosa Cozatt, of Parksville, returned to wool land this week. J. ll. Greer, the butchher homo .Monday after a pleasant visit IIiuiiest market jirice jwid for er there, offered Alex Martin 4 cents a to Mrs. John Mulvin and family. bacon and feathers at J. S. Hughes'. jiouud for a hog, but Alex had fixed The Keely jmtients are all doing Wk now have n stock of woven wiro $0.25 cents as tho jrico and would hear nicely aud are men of duo sense and nml slat fence made of oak pickets. Sine to nothing else. Finally 31 r. Greer said smart enough to eeo the harm liquor it .Menofee. he would give him these figures if he does them and anxious to be cured of a day would takuback half of the animal drefs-e- habit w,hich bo injures their bodies and Down BTAiiis room for rent with at SJ cents a pound, to which .Martin minds. I, for one, think it takes a brili.nr,l linv honnlors wauled. Mrs agreed. At that price half came to ex- liant mind to realizo tho danger of such Kato Dudderar. actly $0.50, so the owner gave half tho a habit and to want to bo from under its Mn. B. K. Wbakcx has contracted hog and 25 cents for having it dressed, deadly Influence, consequently only with tho Water, Light & Ico Co. to do and over since he has been out behind look for tho moro intelligent class of men work and has gone to worK tho house kicking himself early and to nttend. i tho on it. .Miss Lizzie Herrin, of Brodhead, late. mm passed by on Wednesday's train on her club has st Tiik I.ntkuioii Jouilvai. Tiie correct footings of tho town jrop-ort- y way to Oregon, where sho goes to teach cured the services of Pfeiil'er and Stein, as assessed by Mr. L. 31. Lasley aro .Mr. Chris 3IcClure anil family, of Louisville, to play with them this $02:1,0:11, an iucrease over last year of school. of Garrard county, have moved into great voar. Pfeiil'er is a cousin of tho $ltio,500. This increase does not como Singleton's houso and will base ballist, who jdnys with tho Louis from increased property to much extent, "Aunt Clara" spend the summer In Crab Orchard in game villus. Remember tho but by a larger assessed value, only search of health. Misses Mnrgaret and about $3,500 coming from those who Fannie Cochran, of Paint Lick, aro visitAll jiersotiB having claims against tho have heretofore enjoyed immunity on ing relatives in this community. 3Iissos estate of W. G. Hubble, dee'd, will account of remoteness from citybouetlts. Harris, Henry and Austin, of Lancaster, properly verified to 31. J. them There are 321 voters enumerated against Hubble, adm'x, or L. F. Hubble, for pay 2S7 last year, of which 214 are white and are visiting tho Misses Beazloy. Col. D. G. Slaughter and family m..iit. All persons, knowing tliemseivcs 110 colored. The latter return $11,1(12 indebted to said estate will pay thoeatno worth of jirojierty and 1)0 dogs, tho have moved from tho Buchanan houso for the summer. Tlioy to 0. Bishop or L. K llnuuio. m whites confess to tho ownership of 00. to tho Springs half tho dogs in will bo ready to open tlio fapringa in ,...tKMAN will bo nt his ofiico Ofcoursrf these mo not rx did tho best lie June. Dr. Will's, of Corbin, is in Crab Myers House, next Tuesday. I he town, but .Mr. lisloy here, reputation could. Ho has gained much commenda- Orchard and expects to locate hero and doctor has gained an enviable who had tion for his fair and fearless assessment form ajwrtnership with Dr. J.C. Pottus. hero by curing many patients His con- and Bomo abuse from those who have .Mrs. 3IcDougal, who ha3 boon stop failed to find relief elsewhere. nt loss thaa ping at tho Harris Houso for quite a stantly increasing practice is evidence been giving in their projerty while, left 31onday to join her hustmnd suffer, hall Its value. aro that ho is doing good. If you in Birmingham, Ala. 3Irs. Harris has nervoua trouing from any chronic or .Mrs. Lizzie Mc A lister lost a valuable several boarders who aro heie seeking noao or bles, or diseases of the eye, ear, brood niaro by death this week. health. throat, seo tho doctor. fun lie-fe- lt to-dam CHURCH AFFAIRS. m f Kich-mom- l, Or-clia- Tii'-stlit- fl court-house- inter-fare- d depot agent. .Mr. G. II. Albright lias completed nis large hotol, which is open to the public and which is receiving a liberal pa- tronage. A merchant of Brodhead was asked a few days ago by a drummer what tho stylo of his firm was, when he promptly replied, "groceries and provisions." J. W. Tate has about finished his handsome dwelling and will movo into it ns Eoon nstlie jiaint dries. A number of other houses aro un ler construction and it looks as if Brodhead is going to shoulder a small boom ljerself, 3Irs. Owen Turpi and daughter, 3Iiss Dollie, who hnve been the guests of 3Irs. J. W. Tat, returned Wednesday to 3Ils3es thoir home in Clark county. .Mattio Robinson, of McAf-e- , Bettio Henderson, of Lowtdl, and 3Iaggie Stevenson, of Crab Orchard, are the guests of Mrs. T. S. Frith. 3Ir. George 31. Lair died Tuesday of consumption. H leavis a wife and three children. On undny lafct he made his will, cutting out his wife and youngest child. His reaon for doing this was that he believe his wife had not been true to him and that the young one was not his own. Mr. Lair was an eccentric man, but altogether was a very clever citizen. There is a good deal of Indignatiou on the part of tho best citizens because of the fact that whisky is being illicitly sold here. It is claimed that there are two doggeries in town and there is talk of n raid being made on them. They should secure the services of the ladies of Corbin, who so success fully raided the whiskv houses of that town. 11 1 THE : GREAT SALE The New Cash Store : AT THL FOR THIS WEEK. Fifty Suits of Clothes reduced from $12.50 and $15 to Sio. Fifty pairs of extra Pants reduced from 25c to $1 on the pair. One lot of Ladies' Shoes, broken sizes, reduced from S1.50 and $2 to Si and Si. 25. One lot of Men's Shoes reduced from S2.50 and S3 to S2 per pair. A great reduction on a lot of printed Mulls, Cheverons and Colored Ground Dress Goods of various weaves. One lot of French Zephyr Ginghams worth 35c reduced to 25c. Our table of W: 3 i 4 A IGOIiAP OtMCMTJIUm Towels is still the place to buy Towels. We will open this week some Lace Henriettas in Black and Black and White at less than jobbers' prices. It will pay any one to come and see us this week. J. S. ECTXGHJSS. j SPRING CLOTHING ! OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE And vc can show as nice an assortment as the people have i H ! g Joshua Mariuion, aged through the elevator of Curry SO, fell & Co., at tin-do- jro-pose- rs or Ilarroiisburg and was fatally injured. 3Ir. Andrew W001N, another aged citizen, die I in Mercer. At Denison, Texn, Tuesday night, an unknown a?sn?sin shot aud killed .Mrs. Henry F. Haynesand 3Iiss Florentine Haw ley, two of the most prominent suciety women of the city, and Maud Kramer and Ro.--o Stewart, innuits of disreputable huupes VEW ADVKP.TISKMENTV Ever Seen In Stanford. AH Styles and Colors of Cassimeres, Worsteds and Home-Spun- s. Win-ohst- er Mirth idtf, Miwt, c(l t.i b.' 3 111 hc t nick ami S in ail 4j pcnh iiftiniie. Mill be received by the city of btatitirti up to neon Wwjnfwlay, May 25, 189,. Separate hid (or earth and ttune work mutt be H.ad. Piani and pfifiritini can be found at the offic of tup Mayor of the city of Stanford, to whom all communication" thalllw mldriwitnl Th right to riviect any and all bids revred. 1 To Contractors. yards rx.atatiu; Srni pr"l Matankmrni nl McArUmimi; yx letof f r I7 cubn. ft Please Examine and Price Them. M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. 1J V. 24 Mayor City of Stanford, VAXDEVEER, Kr g THE STANFORD 1 Water, Light and Ice Co. Ha contracted with rtponiliie fire lor itplWit aud will hae trie ice una hlectrlc runu complete! 111 about iitydav; the Water Plant toon af- AT. ter y to place individual contracts in adKlectri: Light, the Company following offer the Nwcaary water pip will be laid, connected to main at actual ccst lor pine and verb. Electric witet put in and necessary futures furnished free of charge To he of bet quality aad jcuarantred to gUe Mtisfaction. I'he chedule of adopted run Is from 1? to 40 per cent, lower than it usually given. In vance forVater and B.K.&W.H.Wearen's. Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Traces, Collars, Pads, Jlames, Leonard Refrigerators, White Mountain Freezers, Water Coolers, Etc. I Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. rooms, one faucet Kach additional room Each additional fau.et Storet, Hanks aad I'rhnte Umces, iMths, private, one faucet !loe attachment lor spunkier Stables, private, one animal Each additional animal n. Duelling of j $500 1 1 c-- 5a laucet 5 3 00 u 5 1 1 c- "u - Electric Light Kates. For commercial use: One arc ami three 16 c. p incandescent lamp For a- s:m.se!p lOip Cures Scab and Itcli, Kills Ticks aud Ucc, ; prvar itf c - ao 1. " ,, .1 11. each 11 iiicandtcnt liaht, 11 " " 7u ex 60 per mo. J ' M 1 11 11 -- ja-tien- j Far II t i II I. II ! fo yj g g Pino-vill- e M For Resnlnee U c. p IneendaseeMt lamp per mo... " " " ... " " wl 11 11 i i ii j 11 ' ' 4th" ' " " ".'. " ... " For each additional " 4o 45 21 5 Makes Your Sheep Healthier And the wool better. Dip your Sheep just after shearing. V r 9 m Fr ao jj-- tl further infurmation, apply to J W HAYDEN'.Sup't, ftc. ' DBYDflNDtalfc? Hailng bought out the Jewelry stand of W II. .MiRiiberts, the druccjst, I am e'liiiB out Mock at reduced rule to make room fur an entire new line All goxlsartistKallv Two and a half gallons of Dip to loo gallons of water will dip 150 Sheep. t McKHTlTE-'S.GO TO. r BROS. d EngravetlFreeofChargej -- m r-' m ! Watches, Clocks est Notice. j jw "Model Grocery" for mat-oi- N. Y. Seed Thoroughly Repaired on Short-- ; ' Jewelry! Landreth's ajicl Ferry's ' Potatoes, Red and White Onion Sets, to tho iiiii i :j ""j hi s i i Garden Seeds in Bulh and Paohages; also Hoes and Rakes. "out door life' fulltwt extent, ride a to-da- in pro-se- nt B. HiDANKS., ' - If )oa wish to enjoy the COLUMBIA OR HARTFORD EGGS FOK. 51ATCIIIXG' From the following standard varietiesWhile CiKhnn Mitchells strain; White l'l)innth Rocks strain ; White Leghorns (Kiupps iliuwkint warrantstrain . Fowls soparatwly yarded; ed pure. Price $a per wttingr of ij. W. M. SHUiiARS, Lum aster, Ky io.ani.fC3 BICYCLE. The Columbia is tco well known to ned pur adThe Hartford is not ditional recommeuilation. equaled at the price We furnish it with tht"il-uinbia'- 1 for $i jo. I'neumutic Tires YE SUPPLY EVERYTHING NEEDED c;t iNvLi::rtiiRAi- TO THE FARMERS. G. CONHECTION.WITH ss BICYCLING. hen you need II; Jill - w- - N.lA,'t 1 First-clarepalrinjr. t am agaat for The Central Kentucky Heds;e an thing. Fence Co., ol I.aiioiitcf, and otTtr tha services of both myself and the Company to the citizens of 31. Lincoln county. I am very thankful for the liberal patronacr received and nope by fair dealing to merit a continuance. Farmers in need of a good 448 West fonco will find me at the .Myers House in Stanford on each County Court day. LOUISVILLE, M. W. JOHNSON. 97-6- Write us ! ALLISON & CO., Main Street, 7m wfc . - - - KY. ' t ?i&tfV& M ri Semi-Week- ly Interior Journjl Speed. Combined Stallion, Stvlk fc Lexington Denmark, Will mako the season of 1S92 at "Travelers' Best" farm, near Shelby City, Ky., at Charley : Sandidge, 'ergCJ - BELMONT CHIEF 86891 te IW-no- I ''mIH-'IW!5'CS!- $15 to Insure a Living Colt. , Arthur Sims 3041. Sired by Gen. Knox 2 31, trial 2 24, sire of the dam of the great .lonuar 2 1G, the in the world. next fastest Sire of Lndv Mnr.il 2 18 (the dam of Monbars 2 10), Ueulali 2 19, Camera 219, Independence 2 21 J, Knox Bov 2 23 J. Peaceful 2 20, Gilbrclh Knox 2 2l'j (sire of 5 and the dams of (I in the list) Gen. Washington, sire of Poem, 5 years, 2 193, Presto, 3 year, 2 22, and n large and representative list too numerous to He is a blood bay, 15 hands high, loft lo Insure a Living Colt. hind foot white, heavy mane and tail. ny, "Tm2 Pavablp w hen i the colt It foaled May, maira lie wis sired by the Rivni premium sadSired by Saddlewood. dle Million, Seiond Jewel. Dam Rnwenn WYbh 1st dam bv Smith's Almoiit, sire of Ka Kiiiscll. one of the bel maivt on earth, by Funk's Sumpter Denmark, &c tie Ilownid 2 19. Charlevit a bright buy, with white feot, full isH 2d dam by Lord Wellington. hands high, fine lamacc and gcx nil the calls to Saddlewood, a grand saddle horse, was perfection. K D. KENNKDV, , HuMomllle, Ky bv Wildwood. 1st dam by Star Denmark-tlie winner of 100 premiums; 2d dam bv an imp. saddle stallion; 3 dam by Vcech h Hambletonian. 7 ') 7 A firt class saddle horse and a Xo. t brvrder, will stand the remainder of the present season at my place At Ten Dollars IS. to-i- Registered as nob Link Sired by great HELMONT 64 sired Sire of Nutwood, the greatest llIns lre, liavin? ?;i to performers to his credit I torn a' 134, to a:j. Ills daughters hate - pwformer ti (their credit uf 1 37 performers with records by Contractor iod, sire if Dr. Wetta ij'i, and the!ir tilt diims dam, llettie KinkeaJ, a to perinrmcn .by Jim Monroe 3$. ton of AlaxamUr's dam.., sire ot l.Aiiy ;t miiw 1.11K, Mtty 1 U Monroe aia Full 'titer Monroe Chief i.itn M 7 sumrs init u. by Out all's Mirabrlna. 3 .Urn by th iroughbrcd son of Whip. 4 dam.. Oirl m. by Contractor, the sireof Ilelmont Chiel's dam was sirvt by Ajax, full brother to Ora ltimbletiinlan 10 Aiax slreil Apple laik a - and 0 nther. In a 30 lit Comractivr's first dam. Uady Uodley, by (ireen'a llambletoniati. Ml Irnther ti eultd dam, Lady Van olunteer aai lre of llamb etunian i llautin by Abdullah -- four times thretigh h a dam thn iuh Ilelmont Chicl twees live tirorto Itamblctonun his ire He also combines the blood of Mambrino Chief ani American Star. U will thus lx mch thai Ilelmont Chlet comeifrom the greatest spee. pro.tuui; fnmides. CoswiUrUf ttw cmcrtiratin of reed blood. sire, style and nctin, tHm- - ni il.abt ahut the ioihIw he 4ttVMwwl la bi4lHg to him. 'Terras, $50 to Insure a. UvIiik colt. ht i- 1 tut. iif, 1 1 a4uc Hfl L T 'J,'" 1L' ""fljjpi" r ' ea & "Wyandotte Hy the Kingly SUM AN. sire ofStamboul 1 11 ami Mother In a:jlfet. t darn, Lady Duntan by lit o tviiLr. i.i the Mie hi n in ine ivi tut. Standard Utile 6. the a aan, josie, Minnie Watmi by Night Hawk sU.titeol Ked CroM a Mack stallion, i6'4 hands high, foaled in 1SS3 " . a Itocortl a,3oV. danisof Kd Annan a i"l4 and J other-sibred by A Goldsmith, Orange county, New York. 3 dam by Vernwrit Hero 111. iiref Lady M a jontid the Janx tf OrnSwIlh a 15H , Sired by Castellar iof lIAurcr 1mv sao. iiruwn pick 3ig'i.cic . AiMiuur i vva. nrm, rn First d.im Woburn Maid, by Woburn jo the Ladv Maud a id1,. Camrs 1 191. Ileulah iH, Itttlepeadenv a tlK La. dam of Can er 1171 id dam by a Mambnuo o recmd a t6tj ily Maud, the dam of Monbars horse, 3d dam by Mambrino Messenger. fcy Vermont Hero br Sherman' Iliac dam bj l.iUerty, n of Uishop's Castellir tofi by Volunteer 35, sire of St. Jullcn Imp. Messenger. Prlvoto StallionHak 14a. . 1 uli, etc; tst dam Miss Nodine by Hammond, 2 16, &c. son of l'otter CUv; ad dam Wells' Star, dam of Blackwood 74, by Norman 25, sire of Artillery a aitf anj Modesty a 16, by American Lulu 2 14!. May Queen 2 20, Ac. Dam Star 14; 3d dam by lleitraud. by Hambletonian 10; lit dam Miss Woburn mention. by Mambrino Chief. I'ull brother to Contrail- a it .uhers Ily Sl'LTAN, tliesireof Jjtatn'Miil 1 11 and 1st dam Ladv Arthur by Bourbon Chief "Lexington Denmark is claimed to bo Cooley by Telegraph 331, ad dam the dam of Geo Conlevby Friday Dam, Madam Hardin?, the dam of Contractor J it. lUrbara jar. b y Wetland, the Ire of the Jams 3S3, sire of Cal'mar 2 22 and tlio dams of one of the handsomest nud most beautiEd Itatlow will stand the season of tSgj at my ol Contractor a aa. Lasrani?e a 11. What 1m 1 ot the cterit . r Sletcnt laid Chili, Alta 2 23, Fullertou I). 2 19, Pickard ful horses iri Kentucky. He is fashiona- stable 34 miles from Stanford on the New White brood mare Minnehaha, the dam .if Ueaullfut IWIs otc and 4 other in a y; 3d tin tire dam Kate Tabor, by a OaVandDix Utter turnpike, near DadJorar's .Mamiirlno Chlel 2 18 nud other. 2d dam Lilly Arthur bly bred in saddle nud Hotting lines, is a " Sulmarch Is a bcautllul bnmti, 16' , handt hfslit fiii:et Hrrl by J L Rie. Los Angclos, Cal. by Little Arthur by Imp. Ulencoe. 3d grand saddle horse, a fine gaited trotter, Mill, at e win serve a limited number of mar s at $40 to Insure, or S2S tuu uoaaon dam Lilly Hartley by Marco. and goes the 'gaits naturally. Ho has a Colt 4 Months old to J P CHOW. McKlnnoy. Ky shown n 2 50 gait, both racking and trot$15 to Insure. I will also ting, without any preparation. He em- young jack, stand at the same time and place my anates from tho highest class of saddle -:- -:- Kentucky of Blackwood, Jr. , 2 22; 1st dam Kate Messenger, by Messenger, Jr.; 2d dam by Davy Crockett. Jr.; 3d dam by Brunswick, son" of Sumpter; 4th dam by Davis' Hambletonian. Smith's Almoin by Almoin 33. sire of Fannv Witherpoon Westmout 2 13 2 31, sire Wildwood wa uv JHackwoott i4. Ed. Barlow 2375. sTJLa. a, a- -y - f tSS&s&z TS3!22E 'Sa-KTr- ,BJ '' Soason 1802. SRQOK STOCK FASH, )i)lil DANVILLE, KY. stnlliotm will iiinke the m.iimiii at my farm two miles mith eat of Danville lho folioHing Mitndard-bre- d trotting lltn'4toln, Quinine S. no.fS. mil'. Iy Mallion, foHltd Sired by Alxlnllnh 2MJ. MhIHpII. $10 Insure r aj :" Knee recoid 2:2tJ. l.ssfi, 10 hands. Mambrino, the nimof tsenurii S. J Hettie .lone? '. Soto U, S'.M 5526. Sired by Metropolitan 1372, sire of the dam of Collinwood, 3 years, 2 22, and others. He by Hambletonian 10, dam (the dam of Mecca 2 27 and Clafa the dam of the great Dictator and Dexter 2 17; also the grandam of Princeton 2 10 and Euclid 2 23) bv Volunteer, sire of St. Julien 2 U and G foster 2 17. 1st dam Lady 'Welch by Wm. Welch, sire of Prince Imperial 2 22J, Jeremiah 2 21, the dams of Persica 2 22 and Connor Imp. Hidalgo is 5 years old, black with 2d dnm by 1 15, half mile, as r yearling. Monte, son of Wagoner. 3d dnm by Wag- white points, 15 hands high and will stand at S10 to insurea living colt, due Oct. oner. 4th dam by Imp. Trail by. 1, 1893, or when mare is parted with. 815 to Insure. Lexington Denmark's fee will be due Ji? Will receive at "Maples." 2 mile outh when colt N foaled or mnie is parted with. of Lancaster, from March lo to July 15, Mares kept at 2 per month, at owners' T. A. ELKIN, 1S92. risk. I solicit a close inspection of my 14 Lancaster, Ky. I. S. TEVIS, stock. S Shelby City, Ky. Hy-nnci- th on Ins and nremium horses in sire's side and his dam represents some of 1S92. the best trotting families in the whole At IS for a marc and 5" for a hirse colt, to insure 4 months old. country. This combination produces tin? red 4 years old last best combined horses in the worm mm Ij Joe is ahigh, jack bone and heavyOctolxr, about body and has big hands standard and Registered those which command the best prices in pros en himself to be a good breeder. M.) Money due on all seasons when colts are four Any one will have (Fullbrcther to Quartermaitcr a all Eastern markets. sire of' in the 'jo list at I yi months old. Mares traded or remoted Irom the to see him to appreciate his greatness. BY ALCYONE 2:27. sounty forfeits insurance. Call and examine my ) making your selection. (SireofMcKinney a:tiK, champion stallion mie itcrd, and tetyfsar k I will also stand the splendid young jac. stock befcre C. M.SPOONAMOUE. son of ueorge w likes a aa and the famous Alma Mater, dam ol Aicvoac t ; with tl m Hit) ,lc-a4 tara a at Uo in list! Arbiter a in,. Aliaeier a a)1. . AIku a si. AlstMter. nttMtc trial t )?; .snne j i JOE EMBREE, BELLEVUE STOCK dnm mia Hopkins (the dnin of 8 better than 'JftOi. hy OctiiMHUi) ?in of the dam of Wm. Huirerlv ' llii: I'd dnm Mnllln Winfrey by A vent's A hue (the sire of Xo ra O. 2 L'S nud Win. Singerly '2 UK and 1 other. It'' 1st FARM, $25 THE SEASON. Season of Granville Smith. 1x049. lOlmmla. hire of Clorine - 23. taprinplny and Cont.or 2 1st dam Kiln HopUiu?(tliedim of Uenevn S.2 1i, MattiolL 2 2: Hiid Oiiin.iiv S. 2 20 by 2d iletit Mwllie Winfrey, by Aiont'n Ahue. Sirwl by V. ChtMniit Muilinn. foaled r.Clny n, 2 2 2ilJ 1$, 2t. - Imported Hidalgo. The Magnificently lired Saddle Stallion, EAGLE : BIRD, et SEASON uc irtai a 35. Tliintj MtNlliiiiH will nick with the mare? Alma Mater is the only mare thing or dead who hi produced three torn tK.it have each s4rc4 a bur of this -- eclioii and get both tlionpued and with a record of a ij er better. by Sentlttel t)o,,irnaf Vets Aratoa s to' . Vrvaotliere a ttV style from tbutti. See 1st dam Qui Vive the stock before dam of Quartermaster lit1-;- , the sire other? ) a jt and better ami ilawt of Cypre and 7 n, lKxiklut; your a ajH', NyanM (J aw of Stanley inure. QuatlensMster a atMnreaf 6 in list) Coinul Stretch fj) a aS', Lcbx 'j .Vc II tut Wallou a A. W.SMITH. Dtnxille, .4, l.ilhe C. j 3 llluc Dells , a aj)i. Lessee (4! dam Miatie SaO TUB Will make the present season at the staof Stan bles of his owner, 2 mile? ford, on the Shelby City pike, at the low price of a j,. u. nie Wilkes a ao, i), t,, er damofCascanlla aaj1-,- Km; Wilkes a hire of Olivtr K. a i61, llln- , - a 17 &c. by HngnoH - sue of 4anMtf Qoaitermait U list Cascanlla 1 )) kittr Wt)ke t Oliver K t iH. Mlnah WIUm a 17, Ac 7- aU Mte ! Dorsey : i ' ' " a LVcription nnd I'edigreo: lie is a dark brown, full ixteen hands high and four He has a fine uiano Will make the season of i3oa at cur stables t mile vears old this 50 west of Stanford, on the Hustonville pike, and tail, with as much style and action Full limiher to ltelle. trial 2 'J2J Co. l trial 2 Ss. and Montro'e, At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. as any horse in Kentucky. til sesl aud isrtmiium emit f '.si. He was sired by the great King Ka-l- e, IIV MAMI1RINO m DI I.Vai Description and Pedigree: Silver Tip is a red Slii l.v Zilcaadl (iol.hlu.t Him l,i- of forty blue tie?). by Clark Chief $9, tire of Crotie a av't ain! umbers t j bav with fine mane and tail, 15 hands high, hind (the winner 1st dan ami better aad damt nf Majol Gol.ldtitt l.V , by Ywituont ih'njwni. Closdam by Star Eagle (best sou of Cab-ankles white, and is a model saddle horse; has the ica a 15. Wilson a iV,, I'hallas a 13 ,. C rallai , , and 10 mbert in a jo and loiter, to Maud S. 2 Osf and Johnou , , ,... In id dam .. . bv 1'ilai. Ir 11. un of a in gaits to perfection and is a great knee actor lul iml I'lmi Mimt bell's Lexington). Nui.asJ er a l4V4 (with 7? In list Viking a ,',. Mainnn (Jift a j and a others Ik the list Sired bv the great Silver Kinir by On Time, son l be 2IH1J than any other Malhott. the fint 5- 2d dam by Hamlet Denmark. greatest brood mare s re tral ever lited pt Stonewall Jackson yer oi.i laUui tu trot in public a f,,t 3d dam by Harris' Denmark, son of t Mambrino Clark Is a hanasome stallion of fine mdisiduality aad at the cry low fet.ude Mrst dam Dy si.eeoaauie, Dy uitver sonci ! Red Fox 193 i a fine individual and a oner; ad dam by Red Lion. signed to meet the demand ol a laige class of breeders hoare un iliiDf to pay high prircs km aat a 2 35, lr s.f Cigarette, tlani of ltoa. Miller's Denmark. With the great Silter King's dam was Mollie Mounce, by Chief mare of tho King Eagle was the winner of more than good blood pioducersat well I'ilt, Ir to Insure a mare with ims. Mimbrino Claik should not only sue liud Wll.kss i the horse with n pedigree. Lexington, son of Wood's Black Hawk, ail loal $25 10 premium and was never beaten in the trotters, but required at time of strtice, Int'al.d should uiarenot prote id faal. Mares kept at rea Wilkes fainllr, recotd 2 Ml. Whirl triad N. II Note "We will also stand at samo nlace the dambr Young America, son of Taylor's Messen 2 24. Fannie Oohldui.t 2 231. Kstelle2 22l.i mare or gelding. sonable rates, but not nsponsiMc furacidentt flne3.year-ol- d blackjack, SMlfll, at SS ger. Skeedaddle't 1st dam by Mcdoc, ad dam model ring by hore. by I'lack Engle, Dam Floreiicf. dam of Itello 2 22, liy Trumpeter, 3d dam Aratus. 0 D. M. BOWMAN, JR., Burjtin, Ky. the King Eagle was sired to insure. Mares tent t us will receive good attention at (tuldeii MiMo Chief, mm, f (.tntTit Comet sire of Black Squirrel." 1st dam is (the Mares kept on grass at reasonable reasonable rates, but will not be responsible tor I Morgan. ChrU-to- ) escapes. Parting with rates. Not responsible for accidents or accidents or Lieu retained on coltt for mare forfeits- dam of Mark Denmark and Monte season monInsurance. Out S00 of the 2 SO prrformera have a by Jllack William. escapes. a strong im"nin f Ooldut an il Morgan : Star Eagle was got by Cabbell's LexBBAZLEY BRATS & HAYS, hlKnI. Dssrsey Ciohhlut will uiakt the ington, daiii by Garrard Chief. ' ! year-olT. K & J. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. This woll bred M.i inn will present mmisoh at my plac? 2J miU from ares will be furnished grass after May make the present season at m farm, at 8 Danville, Ky. This tine young saddle stallion will Stanford on the Hustonville pike, 1st at $J per month. Care will Ik? taken to Morelar.d. at ' stand the eaon of 18!2 at my tble four prevent accident?, but will.not be respon-si- b miles East ( Stanford, on thu county road At $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. e shoud any occur. ?8 leading from Kowlaud, and will be Kr- Stendard under Rules 6, 7, 3. Ateo at the same time nnd place I will Mnrs ou rettHinable tertnt. Per mare-Snyder i a handsome bav. l')l hands mitted to seive BV PRETENDER stand tonnl attiw.lou given, but not rwKiuihle Record a'tl. Sixteen hands high. Son of Dictator and Winona bv Almant. hisli, and i a Milondid moror. He wan' for accident. SIRED BV VOLTAIRE 633. IMPORTED JOHN ...by Lancewood, son of Hamdred bv 1'aladlne, he by Itral.rkS limit. At $8 to Insure a Living Oolt. dam Lanoes ....by Lexington Chief 3:33 x dam At the ame time ami nlnr. will mil.. bletonian; dam Lady At $0 for horse mule and $S for mart mule hletoman 10; dam bv NjelevK Ameiieau by Mambrino Chorister. a dam Rockefeller, hy Amerl by Hambletonian to. n the wa.it with one of Lri Hubble- best colt. Description nnd l'edigr?e: lie 3 dam Lady Stanhope Ke'llfoundor. Star; 2d datu by Crabtrec can Star: ad dim IVay Grar.dam of Rosa bred young jitofc. B. P. WOODS, Richmond, by HambleSnyder's ilain. Joette, i by Iliood biaittiful maltotuiy Uy, black inane and Wilkes a iS. and tonian. Stanford, Ky. Simmons 2 33. Chief 702, of Fannio Robiti'on 2:20. tail. 4 vears old 13th o'f May. Id hstiidi Voltaire a aojlby Tattler 300; dam Vouug Por- - 3 dam Miss Stevens ...by Edwin Forrest. lJlowl Chief, hy HloodV Ulnek Hawk, li it'll and weighs 1,200 poumN. coiiiHiatuI tlaby Mambrino Chief 11; ad dam by Roebuck', 3 dam Polly Stevens by Mambrino Chief dam Mi Duncan by Scott's Highlander, Hit; in MppeMnince unit tymtnetrtoi in the sire of Ilrown Jim is also the sire of Volney, LANCET 7I71 is brown, with right front heel He it. black with white form. full 13 irnl by the hie mole-on- . br. g dam Nellie by Alden Goldsmith, who made and left hind pastern white, and was foaled May 3SG2. grandam by Aiatus,'3d dam by Tl Jim, Teiner; dam by Second (iill. JII iro. hand high, tine length Ihmw and body, a record in iSjool 3 39W Tattler. Voltaire's sire 33, 18S6. He is handsome and stylish, high finish- GEO. DICTATOR IJIooil Chief ired Wodlley by Pilot, Jr., dam 'I elltale by Tellamoti. son of ed and has creat muscular power. His legs and yti "( plln: 1n,ttienii 'Oftl n.il Pl.L.f Seteamer. was tHi wellknuwn in Lincoln bwrtltrr. ..1.1: has Uyprun himself n fine Medoc, sired' Indianapolis 3 31, Rumor 3 31, feet are ircxxl. His sire. Pretender, is very fait. STANIM1IU. Joe Hlackburn. Ist '"y.n .ir.d IHnrL- il.iu-Kl.io.l-s,lr.l tin. cnHiilv to iiewl iuiv further mwttion hero. dam I Slander a a3)J and Voltaire a soVi, und his suns He has shown quarters in 35 seconds. kill v Williams by Koval Mammoth; Abbott, Indianapolis, Rumor, Tattler, Jr., and Mars bred to tin lmrs, If traded or l'retender is Dy uicuior, wno siren tnree trotdams of Yon Arnim, 2:101, ami Alinnut, 3ii ilatn Ko- - Lmbrv. hv Mom.u-nl- l Votalre are all sires of performers in 330 Pilot. ters whose atcrage speed is greater than any .Inrl-- . reinored Jr., i3,sircof Tattler, is well known as being one three sired by other stallions. His Jam is a well Iilack Stallion; foaled in 1SS1; 15 hands Jr.. 2:20. aud grandam of IV'lle liniWlehl, sHti-f- x in from th iieighlx.rhiHid without Mm, he lr J..hu lUiiifhinair Jack, his in that they are mt in fwl, of the greatest brood mare sires of the ace, his bred daughter of Lauceuood a son of Mainbleto-nini- i. 2:20, and I'rotiene, 2:1S. t high. daughters producing Maud S ao3,,J.,I.C 3 in and the moiiev is due. daw by Jim Porter; d dam KUen Illythe, My tiack has been improved and i as forfeit the by lMytfte'.. HanniUI, he hv Compromise, and a host of others of note Wiii make the season of 183a at my stable in Sirod by Dictator 113. n Aio hold w lifti on the colt untif lit1 track in the coun, Lexington Chief 376, sire ofRrown Jim's dam. It Stanford at 2:10, I'hallas '2AU. good as iiiy Sire of kept on gmss iihdaiita Hnr black jennet s(,hl l.v Dr. money i paid. Mart by Kentucky Clay 194; dam Lady Warfield by try. Willhnndio nnd break horses at low in Director Hvniiet. of M.uli-.- n t l.v liub fambrino Chief 11. $10 the Season or $15 to Insure. list, antl 2:17, ainl 23 others 2:00, tlio 2:20 rate- -. Ma:e grazetl at at owner' at $1 jht month, at owner' rik. .Xancv grand sire of Direct bio. Mambrino Chorister fiire of dam of Proteir.e V. S. WIG HAM. JAMES K. PBPPL.ES. JR. ji IS, Vc) by Man.brlno Chief, dam by Chorister. Call In and see a fine individual with an excel 2:09, Lockhart 2:14, and j;!! others risk. Hanks At $10 for a Living- Oolt. 7 Stniiforil. Ky. lent pedigree, Moreland, Ky in the 2:30 list. Dictatoii by llainbleton-iaI. M. BRUCE, $15 to Insure a Living1 Colt. (sire of Electioneer, George Vilke., A lien will l.i ictaliusl on all colts for Stanford, Ky. 6 Dexter, etc.) dnm Clara, (dam of Dexter F. KF.ID. btaiifonl. 10 55. The Premium Young Saihlle Stnllion, sea oii. 2:2111) br VALLACE DENMARK 2:17, Alma 2:26, and Astoria STAR DENMARK. o'i 1 13 hands high. (sire of the dams Ainericnn Star saddle StalUuii. Wedg-ewoo- d Guy 2:12, Itobert McGregor 2:171. otc.i IiYSUMl'TEK DENMAKK. JK. Ilay herse, 15K hands high, three white feet, 1 dam Alice. ..by Almoin 513, record 2:30. heavy mano aud tail fine style ami acton. He by Cnxldard's Denmark, ho by Gaines SIKED BY WOODFORD DKNMAKK bv Abdullah lo(Mrcol & Cromwell's Denmark, he by the race riiii fine saddle stallion will make the season of by King William. dam :8ja at our stable one mile west of McGormacks fibhNinith Maid 2:14 and iiorse Denmnrk, he by Imp. Hedgeford. Sumpter church, by Goddard's a dam Will make thn ienor of 14)2 Ht my Second riniMii to Maud S Jay-JSee Holmont, fcire of NutDenmark. 3 dam a thoroughbred Atable in Lancaster, Ky., aud will be ami .mkw.wmI. ny i.rrics.ui 13O(0 iu i ,'10 wood 2:1S) dam by Mam- 1 dam Fannie Wallare No. 811, by Sir Wal At $10 to Insure a Living Colt to serve man. lace, ho by TodhunU'rV Sir Wallitt. Ut dam Itodoo, hv Old Pilot, sire of $15 to Insure a Living Oolt brino Chief 11. out of a Pilot. (12 in 1 ill ntaning time; Cult standing good until season lace, he by Sir Albert (thorough-brol.- ) ... I ahohave .. daughter of Pilot, Jr.. At $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. Chief Jr. Pilot, th 2.10 list i. Mamhrino money is paid; mare parted with forfeits insuas.J Jr., marts stand at the (sire of the dam of Maud rance money head of the list r. pioducint; dams. Description and Pedigree: Ho is a dark bay, S. 2:03). Almoiit sire 2 dam hy Yirginiiis idam of Yirginiiisby A MUX IIKTAIXKII. KricsM.ii 13, iro of Uarelv 2:2IJ, Doble Tranby, tboroiighhrt'd'; he by MaTwo of which are noted as the best of jennet jacks, ijjj hands liiL'h, ery henv mane and tail, game, 50 in the 2:30 list. MeC'ioary N 10 hands high, a beautiful 2:28. IM!e2:2Sr, Erie 2 2S.' Nighlingalc and will serve jennets at as for a jac cult and $ij upheaded and carrier himself very gracefully and dam. by Norman 23 (Mre of Lula 3 dam son's Whip. Will alo terte marcs $10 to In fact his rider sajs be stands without a peer in htiv, 3 yeaii old, litis maguitlctuit onrrine 2:'J, Lula F., 2:20. Crnndsiro lor a jennet colt. n Whip mare. Olaf as a saddler. Notwith.May linden L':vo; insure a living colt The other tuo iv as tlae Central Kentucky and action aud hij'h style nt both ends. 2 22. Omar 2:231 and six others. ofEiics mule jacks as can be found in the country and standing Ins being handled only three weeks, dams of Norval of the He was sired bv Stonewall Jackson, Jr., son, hy Mambrino Chief, who sired Lady Mould when he went lame aud was turned out, he will Sf rve mart", at $15 the Insurance. 2:171, Fanny Robinson defy all comp?tnion. In by Stonewall Jackson, ho bv WashingThome 2:1, anil 5 others. Mamhrino $10 to Insure a Living Colt. He was sired by Second Jfwel, the famous pre2:20, Norman Medium ton Denmark, he by Imp. H.s.fgcford. Chief isgramUiie of Diiector 2:17. Mammium horse, he by Cunningham's Jewel, he by Morve 2:20, etc.); by McCreary's dam was I.ndy Parks, (an brino Sparklo 2:17, Piedmont 2:17, Jllack Stables two miles .outh of Uusronvilte en the Washington Denmark, ist dam Llllie. sired by3S months old; 10 hands high. Horc 0; lstdamSlocum Moreland and Carpenter's Statun pike Stonewall Jackson. another premium horse, he by extra saddle mure) hy black Diamond, Cloud 2:171vHiinnas 2:17, Cro.!o 2:11), Washington Denmark, he by lllack Denmark, etc. mare, by Magnum UY WALLACE DENM KK55. (Seejied- - friied hy lirinker's Dre'nnon, he hy Davy Abhnttsford2:10 and J3 others iu the ad dam by Gleucoe,he by Imp. Glencoe, and so igree of Wallace Denmark 35 ) Crockett, t a Canadian). Diamond's dam list. 5799 un. 3d dam by Tom Hal, out of a Copperbottnm. Young Twyman mare, by 1 3 dam Standard Rule 6. Look for a moment and observe the crosses of Erticsson, witli a record as a dam Mat; 37, by Vidette by Yindex, he was by Old Mambrino Chief; 2d dam by Coeur do Leon (Ilevis.) Sired by Ilienzl 149a, trial 330; full brother to this horse, and you will see that he is backed up by Uluod's Iilack Hawk, ho by Old Puzzle, (thorniighhiedi. Lady Park'h dam of 2 30, and half biother to Eric," witii a by the best strains of saddle stock in the land. A 4 dam King Kene 1st dam Chance by Tom Sumps Old Twyman mare, (unHlnck Hnwk. Vltlette'n lstdsm hy was (in extra saddle mare by Shakespeare. record of 2 20 J as a 1733, record 340, out of the dam of Ked Wilkes; look at him will be sufficient and a liberal patronsold to traced. ) ad dam Chubb by liourbon Chief 3S3; jd dam age is wry kindly solicited. 10 Robert Homier for the sum of 810,000 at Whip; 2d dam Gallatin; 3d dam T. II. WALKElt. Lancaster. George Dictator will make the season Marcs kept any way on liberal terms, but not Chubb, bt St. Lawrence Itieml laoa, by Ilelmont Old Tiger. Viiulex's 1st dam by that age. He is one of the grandest of 1S92 at 64; lit dam Ulandiiia (dam of KinL' l.'ene ia;t, responaiblc for accidents, should any occur. in Kontueky.IIis colls nreiiniisuallv Mambrino Chief 11; 2d dam by Swigert 650, etc) by Mambrino Chief ti; ad dam J. M. CARTEH.JIt. Ilurchmaro (dam of Itusalind i3il(. by Ilrown Old JJav Messenger; 3d dam by kind, good size ami color, with plenty o"f a LivingColt. Pllut, Tom Stamps 1711, by Abdallah Pilot style antl fine movements. Canntm's Whip. Will make jro3; itt dam Queen Dido the dam of Red Mv fine saddle stallion by On Time and 2 dam Julia Wallace, by Sir Wallace, he ne season nt my stable, 2J miles from Wilkes 1749, sire of 35 in '30 list by Mambrino Chief 11 ; ad dam by Ked'jackei, Hire of Comet, EDG-out of a Stonewall Jackson mare will also Hustonville, Lincoln countv, Ky., on the by lodhuntcrs Sir Wallace, he by liourbon Chief 383 sire of Calmar 3 aa) by Mammake the season at same time and place, Sir Albeit (thoroughbred). Will make the season of 1S92 at my Hu.stonville and Liberty turnpike road, at brino Chief 11 ; nt dam Puss, by Grey Eazle. ad Registered. 3 dam by Yirginius, ho by Mason's Whip, stable dam by Sir Peter An analysis of Ingelow's pedi- By Second Jewel miles from Milledgeville. Lin48. gree reveals a rich inheritance of performing and $12.50 to Insure a Mare in Foal. At $10 to Insure a Living1 Colt. 4 dam a Whip mare. coln county, on tho Stanford and Dam by old Stonewall Jackson. produclnz blood, there being three ilirect crosses This fancy saddle stallion will make the season pike, at ol Mambrino Chief. Hit sire is a full brother to Will also stand my voting JACK, by $15 the Insurance. King Kene and the sire of his dam a half biother of i&ja at our stable 4 mile from Milledgeville, tho noted Jack. Lincoln county, Ky , on the Stanford and to lied Wilkes He must be seen to be apprecia$12.50 to Insure a Living Oolt. llars insurance. Iloh McKlroy, Eioht DoOwin; to the scarcity of money, ted. He will stand at Liberty, under the manageTOM ROBINSON, we will stand bim at ment of G. W Frye, at Persons breeding to either and trading This fine draft stallion will make the Adonis is a beautiful dark hay with Son of Wallace Denmark above; 1st dam black points. 15 hands 3 inches high, foal or breeding the mare elsewhere renders present season at my farm at SJ5 Insure a Living Colt. by Miller's Denmark, ho by the race horse ed August, 1SS3, and is a jrand sadtllo tho season due. E, S. POWELL Mr Frye will alo stand my Money due when cot( comes or mare Is parted by Denmark; Insure a Living Colt. Montgomery'shis dam Florfzel; 2d dam Old horse. Thoso who' want to breed to n with. Mares grazed or fed at reasonable prices. SIO Oliver; 3d dam by handsome Kentucky saddle stallion ate Not responsible for any accidents should any oc- He has proven himself a splendid breeder. Drennon. Tom is a tine shaped horse, invited to look mine over nnd see his accur. At $8 to Insure. al-- o Edge is a beautiful red sorrel, flaxy mane Gilt have I black with heavy mane and tail, 15 hands tion and style. In nil cases if the mare is parted ith the jeascu and tail, m hands 3 inches high; was foaled Sept. high: is n natural saddler and will warbecomes due and collectable. A lien is retained en 6, 1SS6, and is A perfect saddle horse He was s'ired by the grand show hop-oAll colts for icvice fee. Gilt Edge was showed as a 3 year old and took rant him a saddle breeder. GOOD " Second Jewel, he" by Cunningham's Jewthe sweepstake premium at Kirksville and r"'. J. K. BAUGHMAN, el, he hy Washington Denmark. ' in his own ring t Hurrodnburg, Thoe Hustonville, Ky $8 the Insurance. His first dam, Minnie, hy McDonald's who want to breed to a good saddle stallion arc Which 1 will stand at the same place and cordially invited to look at our horse and see him time; Hulcorn, Stock committed to my enro ami bleedrtove Second dam hy Wells' Crusader, his He was sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunningattention. Three at $10 and Wiley at $8, ing will receive atmy personal rates, to be (lrst dam unknown, hut thought to lie an s lewei, ne uy 01a wasnington uenmarle. nam Grass ft;rnislicd reasonablo Hit first ilani Minnie by McDonald's Halcotn. ad dam by Wells' Crusader, his 1st dam by paid for beforo removal of stock. No re- Oliver. kept on grass or fed at leason-ablIf not sold lefore tho season opens. Mares Stonewall Jackson, he by Washington Denmark, Will pasture mares at $2, but not respon- sponsibility for accidents or escapes. iiBBEi Lir Mt prices, but not responsible! for he by lilac Denmark, his 1st dam by Crusadtr, Parting with stock forfeits insurance. accidents. sible for he by Old Whip, si dam a Rocky Mountain mare. should any occur. J. STEELE O ARPENTER, P. F. SANDIDOE, MADISON SANDIDGB & SON, M. S. BAUGHMAN, Milledgeville. Ky. 0 6 Hustonville, Ky. Stanford, Ky. Milledgcville, Ky By Young Jnckson, lie by Stonewall Jnckson, Jr. 1st dam by Dick MorRan;j 2tl (Ltm by Epsolem, Jr.; 3d ilam Belle lie Mr'tsmicpr Plilof. .Tr. Thl fiiif stnU lion will make the season of 1S92 nt our stables on tho h. O. Itaughman place, o miles from Danville on the nnw pike, Laucai-terpike , RED FOX 195. SI5 to Insure a Living Colt. Silver : Tip : 169. Guardsman U a rich brown horse, 15 kands high, of fine style and confortnatMn h4 frm bl rich StaiuUrtl "o. 12i .'.'. inherltarce of producing bkod tine?, he shotiH pne a gioat stuck horse. Two of at 4ts, now 3 ) ears old, trotted quarters as yearlings in j;'t and )aecods. risMrdsman't fM krothe r, Guar termaner, put too a year olds, two j yearetils asxl tw4 year dls in list latt ywr. II r the rvers he Tills y..nn; talliiu is an inis the greatest stailiou that etrr liveil In slniii speed earl) , as no thr Horse reef approve bwl him I (J"ld.iii-- i. F.nhsl iu Vjiril. ls-,U this respect. Guardsman hat the same breeding, is naiurallt a fatt horse, of equally as ge4 IxJitIiI. bred a hay, full ltf hands, -- jK'esly and unexual charactenstus and ht should he not sire as muih sped ' celled in stj le. action, tinUh' and diiHsi-Uo- Golddust. iMl radter to Insure a Marc With Foal. . n. t j I riMiie.8-eirHU- j At $10 to Insure. lt 1 'l 1 V 1 li.s., I che-tna- Cab-bel- l's fst e' LANCET 7871. -- ST1' d 'SCREAMER 11 '- JR. 11 TO INSURE, , -') i kt 1 J - . s j l . ROSCOE, ne, well-know- n 1 -' i Jav-Eve-S- lialf-mi- le utii-so- - n 436. 1 Mccreary .131. ERRICSSON, JR. c 1 . . Four Splendid Jaclcs, to-d- - 262. Bo-nu- INGELOW stai-lio- S20to Insure A-ZDOZtsT- IS. GILT E 261. lu BHiATTMOlTT. to "- Ten Dollars lo Insure. .IMPORTED JACK, to Dan-tillea- nd FOUR JACKS, . - o ;acci-den- ts k ' c V THE Mortal, DEAD Rtiit SPARROW. Immortal, too, I Imvo phouklnK news for you, TiilluK that will lmrrow Every sympathetic brcant; Oonu to IU eternal rent 1 thu blnl Hiy (jlrl cnreMvt Demi Is Lcntila'a lt-sbl-a spnrrovv-- J (julto ns well AtlM iAhlila litTKilf Know Jut jhxI old mother: Grateful to tlipilotlnu timlil, From wIhho reach It strayed, It wn wont to seronixdo Loiblu, niiil nono other. It know I) i? t LV Now It llOp IllolHftlllt JHltll Downward, iliirk nnil narrow: MHledliUous on thy lioad, Orou! See bnw tearful red Art-- lie Uouiiteotm tiji Unit bIuhI 1 Victim to Plutonian wrath, Oceans for thnt wrrowl KtiU'eno Hold In Chicago Sows. IX LOVE AND VrAPi. Tlio story of n country vitiligo is tlu Mory of its htoro. That vrotidurful place vrhvro tho mail and tho ntolnssos How from n common sonrco, co to Bjri'nk wheru your itinor nuil outor limit, your tnuntal and physical Ri'lf, nuiht gut nil thuir stimulus ii tho cjiitomo of nil tho diffusely written history of tho lives that cluster around it. What tho store ninu cannot toll you of every parser by and every customer you nro not likely to learn yourself, except by unusual fortune; and nil ho doc tell you has tho delightful piquancy of having pasted through tho medium of n rarely (direwd mind, giiiiiltif; moro thiiu one beauty sjiot in tho transit. Thnt was what I was thinking ns 1 wit in 'Uljah'rt store, with the mingled odors of calico print nud dried apples, roll". nnd tho straw that crockery Is pncktnl in fighting for biipremncy in my notice. 'Uijiili'tf broad back wns turned to nm nud ho was norting tho day's mail with comments thnt made mo ns wiso nshitn-fcol- f regarding its contents. Deal," mid 'IJIjnli; "ilif,' "that'll Im nbaout her iwiston, I guts. Huther etllcial lookiu, thst is. Air. Any Fowler; Ills nun John gono down to l'ocliemouth ho writtw tor him nigh ontor every week on n nice, clean hntul ho wiitos, dooa John. Hero's n letter Now thsr's fur tho Rohulemu'am. hnn'writtin for y! Putty ez sho is. an jent ns simple like." Tho lntch clicked nnd tho door opotied. 'IJtjiih looked over his shoulder and grinned. 1 wns shut out from sight of moro tliHti th viatur's logs by n slack lino of dangling towels, aprons and socks; but they were stoftdy, reliitbl looking lejtN straight nnd strong, clothed in heavy boots nud blue overalls. 'Hljiih neither tunnel nor laid down his letters. He stood there grinning, nud whether tho iorson in tho doorway was grinning nlo, or plotting my in iutomime, 1 waa uono tho wiser. Tho heuvy boots rhuflled and turned ntiout, stepioil outside nnd 'tho door shut. 'IMjith chuckled to httntelf and lookeil back to his letters ngnin. -Them papers is for young Thorny sou. JIo'h tli editor of our jmpor. lie's alive nil vu nn kickiu. He's boon out west fur n spoil, nn ho thinks we're all An he haa made a dead nn buried. great change in Tho Bugler, 1 toll you. FolkH say ho'll In) mado tor smart fur tho way he musses mound inter iooplo'tt affairs; but it's lively, it'a lively." The nH.'rs went Into n scparati) box, nud 'Uijah rosumod tho letters. ".Mohal) Hopkins; sho's got n henp of money. 'Maziti haow fond yer folks is of yo when yer got n pile and nin't no heirs of yer buddy. Sho's good fer em though: she's a cuto 'nn." "I suppose it is ttnusunl for any one to make much more than their living away up hero, isn't it, 'llljah?" "Humph! yes, fer nny one. Not for come on 'em though. Some on 'em Is smarter 'n greased lightniu." He put his head on ono side mid tquinted nt tho letter ho was holding. "Him, now, Jeremiah Wilson, ho's n keen tin. Nobody ever got tho best o' th' oh- man but Jim. You saw Jim enmp in hero jest naow: tiiu't no 'tater bugs on Jim; when ho gits up ho's up fer nil dny." 'Bijnh grinned nnd wagged his head. "Jere-miaho romnrked, nnd tlapied the letter into its pigeou-holMi-rnn- nn they both thought a sight of Sho wn'n't no moro liko neither nv then uothin, nt nil, und they both projecks with her. "Her father wanted her to bo u boy, nn he alluz felt ns ef tho dono him when she wn'n't. He wanted tor make n lawyer out uv her; he's dead in lovo with lnwin. ole man Wilson is; but yor might better try ter make n hosanilte out of whalebones an gristle oz to make n lnw-youter Maine. What th' ole man said wuz Oovpel. though: the felt sorter liko fho bettor not make him no moro lrtnl feoliu. nfter not bein thnt boy he wanted. "Her mother meant her ter be a god housekeeper an put up pVerves nn ninkn pirkles: an Maine would stan at the winder an sing nn fergit all Mbaont her mess till 'twas clean fAt. "After Mis' Wilton did, though. Mame done bettor round tho Intone. Mebbo of th' olo man wuz tor die she'd take ter lnwin. Yo can't toll: sho kin do most nn'thiu. "Jest nbaout then. Jim Lano bogau ter kWvo mound with Maine Wilson. Smart ok n steel trap, ho is; ho runs the sawmill up the Creek: but th' olo man hntes him like pizen, nn ho talked ter Mnmo till she 'lowed sho wouldn't take up with Jim, 'loss ho wuz willln." "Jim Lano is tho darnedest good MHe's alluz atured feller you evor see. got a good word an a pleasant smile fer folks, nn he'll go further out o his trnck fer n friend 'n most nnybuddy l know. "He took It offul hard nbaout Maine, nn he reg'ly got tuopy an down in tho mouth nbaout it An then ho got his second wind, an he tried every witch wny to piny it on th'olemnn. But.Maine the got putty stuffy, too.nn sho declared the'd novor 'iose her futher, an thnr wuz her. them tried er Any Water Wutd Do. When Colonel Bob Ingersoll lived In Peoria, Ills., a man came to him ono day to have him preparo the papers for tho incorporation of a coinpaiiy to han-dla new mineral water. Ho exhibited a very hiindsomo bottlo and a beautiful label, with an imprcssivo name for his spring. The colonel admired the label us a work of art, and mildly inquired whero the rpring was located. "Oh, that has not been looked nftor yet," said his client. "Wo havo got tho name, and wo have got tho label, nnd wo have got tho bottle. Wo can get tho watoi any place." Argonaut. o BT1G1AMC E)K(&INJEB AND JJS JFf' 2 STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. Stationary, Semi-Portab- le mrmm power. Unequalcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. 26-horse sizes up to and Portable. All ! i SfflfA - Jtl..2jj 'vy CIVS' Write lor free illustrated I'ampicu ana your wantt to rw THE JAMES XJBFFEL & CO., NFW VOBK CITV. SPKlN'OFIELD.IKtO . Ailriiriiticfii Aro Deceitful. I. FREE. 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READ TH2 FOLLOWING GRAND 30 DAYS' OITER; Send us J1.W, price for one year subscription to "North American Homes," and send us also a photograph, tintype cr dagucrrotypc of yourself or any member of your family, living or dead, and we will make ycu from same an artistic half life lzu Crnyon Portrait, and put the i HI 'twa." nias-sinntio- n Bijah got off tho barrol to ecII n couple of candy balls to u rosy faced little lns who was ho short ns to bo visible under tho slnck line, and resumed, ns sho closed the door of tho phop "Tho hull ' village know nil nbaout it nnd they talked it up, early nn lute. Tho gtils thej wasn't slow tor sny what they'd do ef they wuz in hor place, nnd The Bnglor took a linnd, so ter fpoak, nn nearly drove the olo man wild. But Miss l'oteron. the minister's sister, she lowed that .Mamu wuz right ter mind her father. says Jim. 'ain't 1 got j " 'Look rights at all? an Miss Potorson she no lnughed an said she 8'iKod bo, but he certainly did n't orter ask Mamo ter take the responsibility of broakin her word." Bijnh chuckled and changed his logs nnd c la pod the other knoe. " Twiisn't von long uftor that ole Wilson wunt homo one night, Twuz gettin onrly dusk an lie tolo Maine sho'd better get the lamp nforo sho set down ter too. Mnmo wuz ngolu through the entrywny with a whoppln great shado lnmp in lier hand, when somebody kuockod ter the front door, nnd sho jest stopped nn ojwned it without thiukin. thoro. 'Don't "Jim Lane was sny nothin, Maine,' says ho, nn he takes her bodily, lamp mi all, nnd tucks her inter a oarridgo thnt ho lied at the gate. Ho didn't fool raound with no railroad train, but jest turned them horses' hoods for Canada, an when they got tor tho line Maine wuz a MJttin there ez still ez a mouse, without ary hut er coat, nn that big shade lamp n buniiti jest as peart ns ef it wuz on tho olo man Wilson's table ter lionio." Bijnh spat at tho stove and laughed to himself. "Fearful thing tho ingrutitoodo of children, ain't it? But you'd orter Been Every dad Tho Bugler iict" moniiu. blamed colume in it lied a big headline, 'Jim Lane has got lib gal. Jim Lnne 1ms got his gal.' Gosh! that jest Droved olu Wilson wouldn't never hov busted when ho didn't bust thnt moniin. "Ho went whoopin off ter his lawyer ter see what ho cud do to Jim, but Mamo sho wuz of ago nn sho writ him that sho went of her own free will; 60 all ho could mako any fuss nbaout wuz tho lamp, an they've been a lnwin an foolin nn a arbitnitin over tonce." Margaret i rhnrget will also furnish you a genuine lrcnch glass, boxing and t... ...-' ...." same ireo in rxpriiMj. pacKing uir vj. this out and send it with your rhoto- US! priph at once, also your subscription, which vnu can remit bv Draft. P. O. Money Order, Express Money Order, er 1'oiUl Note, nadc payable to frco of I lT53fe5JiJiKi3S33ISyS53SSSSVwllM - - itJHT ? n v,jTzzmmemmmz - - - : NORTH AMERICAN HOMES PUBLISHING CO., in. Kcfcreucea Any publishers, Rev. T.DewiuTaltaadge, J mercantile agencies ami basks lu New York City, f WAflfl Rill 111 III (I DUlllUUSi KfiW 1UIA. For Character of Work we refer to the editor of the Interior Journal. i Do You Need Fliegendo Blatter. See the lady. Is sho a pretty lady; Sho is a pretty lady that is to say, If nccusod of being pretty sho would deny it; If not so accused sho would bo as mad ns a wot hen. Is tho lady rich? It looks like it. She does not see anybody elso in tho world. Oh, yes, sho is rich. What Is tho lady doing? Let us see. See her go into tho store. Did sho step on tho pretty boy who opened the door for her? Not quito, but tho boy had to hustle to escape. Why docs tho baldheaded man Iwhind tho countot havo such hard work to look pleasanU Somo iwople find it hard to look pleasant anyway. Does ho enjoy pulling down all tho goods in tho storo, as tho rich, pretty lady requests? Ho should. She will probably buy largo amounts of the goods. But no. Seol blio is leaving tho store without buying anything. Does tho baldheaded man seem tired; Ho seems tired. Ho has half n day's work beforo him to put tho goods back whore ho found thorn. See tho lady. Is sho having lota of fun? It is to bo hoped so. Nobody else is. Does sho work other stores in the 8amo way? Sho works a largo number of other stores iu just tho samo way. Does sho buy anything? Not a solitary blamed tiling. What is sho doing? Sho Is shopping. Is tho lady shopping? Sho is shopping. Do many ladies shop? They nil shop. Is thero any cure for tho habit; No. St Louis Globo-Democra- a Wagon ? A Specialist with a State Repu- - nnirsrre iTlavUssHissssssssssssssrCVssssssssPmMHVN. ' -- i The Snli'iica) of Shopping. ifflffir CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S And examine the Studcbaker. Car-loa- d Xt assssssssssKlJK. i just received. HK BMHB8 HBHB. 3H7&m vi'asviyWjVw Commissioner's Sale. Gnrriml Circuit Court. Fnrniers Hank it Triw Co.. Plff., au'int J. yi. riiilhiis, lartba I'liillips and .. It. Cook, DelumlnntP. Ily virtue (if a judgment of the (Sitrmril "Circuit Court, at its April Speci.tl term, li02, in the above styled suit, I will ' t W ALL On Monday, May 23, 1S92, At 11 A. M. or tlicreulout, (being tlie thst day of the May term, lfcW, of the Gurranl couniy couru ten xo me nigiieM uiuiiur ni door tiublic outcry before the court-hous- e followinc describ111 Lancaster, Ky , the ed lots, situated in the town of Lnncn-te- r, (iarrard county, Ky., on the east side of the public square o'f said town: Lot So. 1, upon which win lately a store-hou- se occupied ns a drug store by E. V. Lillard. Lot "o. 2, upon which was lately a store-hous- e occupied by Logan it llrewer. undivided fiiteiet in Lot The one-haNo. 3, uiKin which there is a store-hom- e now occupied by K. E. McHoberts as a lf - Ingertoll In Boston Transcript. r h WU-conl- "' e. The lntch clicked ngain, tho door opened and tho sumo pair of logs appeared in tho very snnio spot where I hud seen them before. 'Uijnh grinned. Presumably tho unseen grinned also, for there was too much of 'Bijah's grin not to bo offensive, if it wero othorwise. "Whut chu wnnt'r" "Nothin." 'Wo don't keep that; or, if wo do, woro jest aont of it." Tho big boots turned about slowly. "Sure yo do' want no lamps, nro ye?" "Oals go with 'em?" "Not in this shop." "Thot settles it, ns fur ns I'm con- In Stent Diet. Dungi-Tho oviU-'- f a meat diet uro being appreciated by many high livers in cities, nnd tlieM' are being counteracted partly by the wealthy in adding moro fruits and vegetables to their tables during tho winter. The cheapness of meat and a peculiar craviug which tho system seems to havo for meat hnvo gradually mado it common for city people to live almost entirely off meat in tho winter mouths. Meat is eaten three times a day in cpiuutities, and tho excessive uso of such a diet Is that rheumatic and gout temperaments aro acquired. These temperaments nro on tho increase, and they aro largely duo to tho excessive uso of meat. Pittsburg Dispatch. l'lf-tire- drug store. I will t. aho on cerned," nnd ho went nwny and closed tho door again. 'Bijah looked after him and chuckled. "What's tho joko, 'Bijah'-- " "Dono' cz I'd orter 6ay au'thin, aont-sidbnt you know how it is, Mr. Cursou, you novor seem no stranger." "Hand over your story, you old gosWhy, it would burn sip," I answered. your tongue off if you tried to keep it in." 'Bijah laughed heartily nt this polito sally. "Woll, 1 take for my tex ns Elder Slocum says, thnt beautiful uxmn, 'All is fair in lovo nn war.' " Ho emtio mound tho end of tho counter nnd sat on tin unopened sugar barrel, with his legs crossed nnd his rough hands clasped nrouutl his kneo. "Th' olo man, Jeremiah Wilson, thnt I mentioned back n spell, ho's n Tartar. Ho do' knowuothln but his own way; an Mis' Wilson, sho never kuow'd nothin but tcr gin it to him. Ho's got n trick cr turnin redfaced nn lcokln llko ho waa ngoin ter bust, nn Mis' Wilson, alio wuz eo neat, sho couldn't beur ter hev her hoiiso mussed, bo sho jest gin in to him. MTher w.s ouo gal Mamo her nnuia o, At 11 a.m. sell to tho highest bidder at public outcry on the premise the following Tracts of Land, lying on the waters of Dix Kiver. in Lincoln county, Ky : Tiuct No. 1, containing 160 Acres, up on which there is a good two story dwell ing house, whh good outbuildings and splendid improvements of all kinds. Tkact No. 2, containing 16-- Acres. Terms: These sales will be made on a credit of C, 12 and IS months, in equal installments, the purchaser being required to execute bonds with approved security, payable to the Master Commissioner, hav ing the force nnd efl'ect of a judgment, if not upon which execution may Some I'ottoniro it?" bearing C per Tho number of postoffices in the United "Woll, yes, sometimes. You'ro begin- paid at maturity, and sale until paid,cent, and interest from day of States thirty years ngo was a fraction ning to understand." with a lien retained upon the property as over ao.000. Now there aro 18,709 "But, papa, a fast man generally additional security for the payment of the in tho states nnd territories west rides, doesn't he?" purchase money. "Urn, well, my boy," and tho old of the Mississippi, and of that number The amount to be raised by these sales, 0,2!X1 nro west of tho Missouri. Nebraska, looked at him over tho tops of including costs, is 11,092 54. Coni'r, 11. A. l.uitxsiUE, Jla-tthirty years ago, had 15 postofllces, whllo his glasses, "you'ro beginning to get Garrard Circuit Court. today sho has 1,127., Tho total revenuo technical." "And a fast color is ouo that won't of tho postofllces west of tho Mississippi for tho year 1801 was $11,780,102, of run, isn't it?" SALE. "There, thero; that'll do" which $7,2GS,003 represents tho postal recoipts of tho region west of tho Mis"But, papa, 1 want to know" Acres ot souri. In 1SC0 the total postoftlco recoipts "Run out and play, and don't bother miles from Stanford, Splendid Land, situated 'f on Shelby City turnpike, for tho United States wero only a fraction mo any moro when I'm readuig tho pa- adjoining Mrs. E. 11. Jonea. Apply Jto me at over $11.000,000. Edward Kose water's per." HUGH IlEID Stanford, Ky.&' 10a And so tho lesson carao to an end. Omaha Address. Chicago Tribune Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co. AVliiit Plntforms Aro Tor. Somo DlflVrenrc American citizen Miners and shippers of the GENUINE A weather beaton Springtop I met Witherby today, and 6tood on tho platform of a railroad conch whllo tho traiu was speeding nloug nt ho said you wero n fool to pay so much for a spring wrap. His wife got ono for Try it. We are the lole agents for -- tanford and tho rate of fifty miles por hour. Rowlaud. Ofiice comtr ot Deput street and on tho platform," shout- ten dollars less than yours. "Can't stand Mrs. Spriugtoi Yes, my dear; but ed tho conductor. IICGIXS A.;WATTS. hors. "What aro platforms for, anyhow?" eho only spent a day in looking forClonk It took mo n week to fiud mine. aslocd tho uinu. I not made to stand on; Rovlcw. "Platforms are they nro mado to get in on," replied the Wot-sStill. conductor. Mrs. Witherby What did your cook JLots This is tho story with which Repro- do? Go off in a huff? ntatlvo Allen, of Missouri, illustrates of Mrs. Plankington Ja Sho went off In the corporate limits o Rowland. tho frailty of political platforms. "Wash- in my tailor mado gown. Cloak ReII. I. DARST. Rowland 6 ington Cor. Omaha World-Heralview. s. ue Troubled Out it Definition. "Papa," said tho boy, slinking his head dubiously ns ho looked up from his book, "I'm afrnid I novor can understand all theso words." "Tut, tut, my boy," returned the father laying nsido his paper, "yon Ouco yon mustn't get discouraged. learn tho definitions you will havo no troublo at nil In understanding how to uso them. Tnko nny word you wish" " 'Fast,' papa," suggested tho boy. "Yes, of course. 'Fast' means rapid, speedy. Understanding that you cau't mako any mistake" "A fast horso is ono that runs, isn't Thursday, May 26th. 1892, poet-oilic- es gen-tlcm- er 20-t- d tAND FOR e Sixty-fiv- Original Jellico Coal. That we, Rufus K. Syfers. George C Webster, Frank A. McHridc, Y T. Grant. W. J. Wxlson nml Thunai Walker, havi associated and become Incorporated puituant to the prminuns cf Chapter J 5 ol the General Statutes of Kentucky. 'I he name of the corporation thus termed Is the 'Kteley Institute of Kentucky ' The principal macuel transHetlnz the butinessof i.ud corpora tion shall be Cmb Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky., with a branch office in the city ot Louuvile, Ky. The general nature of tho business to be transacted shall be that of a Sanitarium for the reception of patient suffering from diseaes, mental or physical, or both, Including patients suffering from e, alcoholism the opium habit ard other similar and any business incidental to cr properly connected therewith; and for maintaining a hotel for the accommodation of the patients or others. The amouutof the capital stxk authorized is three hundred thousand dollars, divided into shares of one hunured d .liars etich payable at once, and which may be paid, and it is coutemplatcd Kill be naid in full bv the sale aud transfer to the Comcn- nyot the real estate and pvrscnal property in Lincoln county, (Mown as the Crab Orchard .pnniS property, aud the proprietary rights of Rufus K. syfers. George C. Webster, rrnuk A. Mcilndeand anarew uunmngion in ami 10 ine agency lor mr sale and admiuutraticn of Dr. Leslie E Keeley s double Chloride of Gold remedies, in and for the State of Kentucky, granted to them iu and by certain written uinir.icts be'ween them it parlies of the one part and the Leslie U. Keeley Company of I)vi?ht, Illinois, party of the other part, of date cf March 16. lEal The corporation shall commence nn the 3th day ot April, 164a, and continue tor a period ot twen- - j ty nvc yetirs tnence enduing The aftuirt- - of tho corpt raiicn shall be conducted by a Hoard of llirectonconsitiiu ofix tr.mlvrs, to be elected on the first Mouday in every Noem-be- r, aud to hold office fer one ) ear thernaftir and until the ttiection and qualification of their successors, reonectively. Hut the first election fir slitill not occur until the first Monday of Nc mbr. iE4 The me rp:iators above named shall coustitutethe first Itoarl of Directors .md shall hold their orfue until the first .Monday it. NoemIer 194 The Hoard of Directors nall elect from their number and may alsi ilc.t a Sectetary, Treasurer, Mauigerand suih other oncers as tothem m.y seem bet, from persons cutMdecf the Hoard of Directors, and may prescribe the qualifications and duties of auy such cffi'.ers so elected The highest amount ot indebtedness to which Id corporation may at any time subject itselt is one hundred thousand dollars. In caie of the death, rclgnation or inability to serve, prior to November, iIq4, of eiticrot the incorporators named herein, the legal representative ct either of laid partus shall have the exclusive rignt to nominate his successor as such Di rector in this Company during said period. The pnvMe property of the mcmbeis and stockholders of this Company shall be exempt from liability for the debuot the cyrpor.itkn. Said corporation shall have perpetual succession, the riht to sue and capacity to be sued by Its aforetald corporate name; may have a common sell and niter it at pleasure; mav render the sbnres ol inteiets"of stockholders transferable and the mode of making transfers; may exempt the private property of the members and stockholders from liability fer the debts of the corporation, and dies herein liefore exercite this pun er and by these aiticles, irrevokably txempt the pruptrtyof the stockholders and members from llabillay for the debts of the. corporation; may make contracts, acquire and transfer property, real or personal, possessing the same power in such repects as private individuals enjoy; and mortgage any of its properly, real cr personal; and make rules or regulamay establish tions dteir.ed expedient &r the management of it affairs not Incon.iileiit with the constitution cr laws of the state or of the United State InUstiraonyvhreef, witness the signatures el FRANK A. McllRIDE, th. Incorporators. W. T GRANT. CEO r. WEBSTER. RUFUS K. SVFERS. THOMAS WALKER, W J.WILSON e I rnnl-adld pre-scrlpil-va- te by-la-- VTP&ft W w' BBl ssssVsssssssKrln vi i1 isssssssssBK. I' 'EJ issssssssssssssssW 3Siiffi? J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D., THE CELE11RATED Bnglisli Specialist, Former. y Professor of Practice of Medicine, Electrical Medical College, TORONTO, CANADA, Now Examining Physician of the , Southern Medical Institute, LOUISVILLE, KV. Will be at Stanford, Tuesday, 3Iay 24, From 9 a. ra. to 6 p. rn.. one day only, returning every four v.celcs during the year. Dr. Appleman is a graduatrcf Bellevue Hospital Medical College, New York City, and the Electrical Medical College, Toronto, Canada. He has made a special study ot the dueascs he treated in the great Ilellrvue and Charity Hospital for several yeirs and recognizes nosuperior in diagnosing He devotes all and treating Chronic Diseases his time to the treatment 01 chronic and nervous of both sexes and his 4VU1 as an expert in diseatcs this class ot cases is w ell established Treats and Permanently Cures Acute and Chronic Catarrh, Kinging in Ears, Deafness, Daee.es of Lje, tar, Nose, Throat, Lungs. Kidney, Urinarvand Illaddcr troubles. Ilnght's Disease, Dubetes, Dvspeptla, Constipation, Rheunatistn aud Paralysis, Epilepsy or Fits positively cured. Yourg or middle aged men suffering from luipctency, Eruptions, the results of errors or excesses, should call beforo It is too lata. Vt'e guranteo a cure if caie has not gone too far. Superfluous hair and all eruptions of the face permanently removed a, Blood and Skin Diseases. As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc., cured by never failing remedies. Diseases of women, such as Leuccrrhea, painful Menstruation Displacement ot Womb, bearing down pains in Lack, relieved in short time. The Doctor carries all his portable instruments and comes prepared to examine the mest obscure medical and surgical cases. He undertakes no lucurable diseases but cures huudrtds given up to die. CONSULTATION FREE' And Ccnfidtntial.XTAddress J. f 1 S. APPLEMAN, M.D.,' In IV Hi 1 j WILL MAKE CABINET PHOTOS From now till May ijlh : AT oa-- iy : SI. 99 : PER DOZEN. Come t.o Manford. nATI of 1401 TiTTIATrn Diracle Farm Orchard L . Aei on Crab UrTraihri fwm Stanford. V. H Miller. (;o j I Remember S3 Is my regular price. and take advantage of thu low rules. A.J EAkP, To 2T&.rmor3. I am For Sale Agent lor the Celebrated : o Twenty Building Foreign d. And offer their Machines 10 the people of Linaeln county. Their Hinders 4ie unexcelled and their and Domestic Reapers and Mowers stanJ the h'ghcu of anyin the market. Also keep all kinds oi 'natures ion Confectioneries, Ac. hand. See me before purchasing. O'fife, at Hrst National Hank J. II 0AUGHMAN, Ky. Has with him a first class baker and can lurnish Stanford, 18.1m Sr rtad, CiA atd the like on short notice. Dealer In Deering : Harvesting Fruits, Company, .. , 4i Y4 Semi-Week- ly Published Every Tuoadar and Friday i s" ss North-bound-- Interior Journal YEAR IT ADA'ANCK. S2.60 will be AT TO W. P. WALTON. Written for The Interior Journal. There Is sorrow In your heart A shadow o'er your life has come; For the dark'vtnged angel has borne away The light and joy of your happy home. y, I '. SO IMSR not so paid charged.tm K. L. LOCAL TIME CARD. at Your many friends, both near and far, Grieve that this loss hat come to you; Hut the golden gates are left ajar And the loved ones are eter passing through. Yoi, pasting from sorrow, 11 Train naves nowland t 7:00 a. m., returning Ujing down LOCAL TIME CARD. -- ............. S4ara " North........ , 6s9lnl Lical Freight North..... .. aomn. j c"' The latter trains alto carry passengers. on standard time, Solar The above Is calculated tima is about so minutes faster QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Mill tram going North South... Express train " South....- - ...i J ..ta J r t34Pm 13 Life's burden thev ha e borne so well, Changing the cross for starry crown, In the soul's bright hsmc to dwell. Yeu will be lonely through the weary hours, Ah ! vou will mitt her as the days go by ; Hut alas! earth's fairest, sweetest dowers Are always the tint to tade and die. You have not lost your darling one, am Not to He Caught. 'Twas at tho Sabbath-schoo- l picnic. Two maidens of uncertain ago wcro struggling- In the water. "Merciful heavens!" cried the pastor. ' "Will no ono save them? Is thero no swimmer among us?" "Is there a jestico of tho peace In the crowd?" nsked Tattered Stuyvcsant, tho tramp, emerging from the bushes. "I hold that ofllce," answered a gentleman. "Hut will" "Wall, then, ladies," shouted Tattered Stuyrcsant to tha strueffllnc maidens, "hold up ycr hands, an' let tho jestico swear ye that 1 dou't have to marry either of ye, an' I'll plungo in. I'm heroic, but not foolhardy. This is leap yearl" National Tribune. - .Not la llut are only parted for awhile; Beyond the stars, In love's bright heme, You ill meet again her radiant smile. And when jour glad spirits meet above, In that home where lot e's reward Is git en, May you know each other and together rove Auild the bloom and beauty of heaven. Mildred E. Faulkksr Barbourtille, Ky., May iS, ISqj. MIDDLEBURG, CASEV COUNTY. IN THE NICIC OF T1JIU. "How do you like the city bustle?" she said to tho visitor from the country. "I don't know," he ntiMvcred, rather abashed. "It's kinder struck ino Unit they weren't wearin' 'cm any more." Once .1 Week; The Happy l'ulr. He Your husband tells mo ho himself in Mexico more thau any where else on tour. Did you? She I? Oh, I was taken sick In Chicago and couldn't go further. Life. ' Unit Studied to Atttuiititgr. Jlammn How many stater did your new playmate tell you ho had? Willis He's got onr--- He tried to catch me by saying he had two but he'll tlnd out I'vo Ktudiad frac tions. Harper's Young People. on-joyg half-sisters, lnHlon. DE. J. A. Stanford, 19.6m AMOXT, M. T. NOEL Is a Candidate fer Circuit Judge In the itth District, subject to the action of the democratic party OfGce opposite Coffey House, - I Kentucky. 1 1 JOHN tion of V. HUGHES ICE ICE la a Candidate (or Commonwraltli's Attorney In IhUthe ijlh JudUlal Dittrlil, subject to the ac- triiD'inocr.t.y I Mil deliver Ice everr nMintlnjf In Stanford and Kowland at one cent per pmmd r sixty .cent per Is a Candidal f..r C.incros In thr ih Congres. hundred. All account! due last of each wit jAMKr iiusii, slonal District of Krntuck), tabjrtl t.. the action 11.tr Stanford. Ky. rthe Democratic party Gov. Jnmcs B. Mcd'cnry JK., Attornry.sub psrlj-.l- THE SHELTOH HOUSE. KOWLAND. KY. J. AMlgned. S. OWSLEY, jeeitoihe ciinofilie l)fnocrti. Judicial DiitrMt has Is a Caadldilp for Cemn ontcaltV to which MncoM lOumy mar any lis This llwte has been refitted throuhut; A LIVERY ATTACHED. Transient custom solicited J- - W CARKIKR, I'rop. 9otV On Fast p. m.; Orleans Limited Special .so p. m A C. Special Jljja. m.; Hlue a. m ; Cincinnati Limited 2.07 Grass Special p. m.; rasi juau a.41 p ", Mail 11:43 Illue-Gra- Trains pass Junction City as follows cnth.hniiiifTtl .V C Snecial rs.aoam P ra e j-- jr - i- - sSfsssa rj "Do you to mo almost human?" "To me, too. It has that dreadfully human tendency toward untruth." N. Y. Sun. A SOUUOWFt'L View or 11 Jas .Meter. know n gas meter Is HOTEL AND SALOON AT ROWLAND IWltTINO. C RHEUMATISM neuralgia, IF O s b S-- A. Ij IE. ef Mrs. Rev. John Thoinua is very otv fit , h t t i ftv ? l Hello! WltX-IAIt-- : MOREL AND. Jack Say, since you have some mongreen. Driier in the ab ve ey now, could you let me have that A pvsMniist frllorr, who wrote Mil rn$ms Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs .NOTICE TO Till;. small amount you owe me? X. Y. Her- About "theso degenerate tnodora tlms." Solicited Sick Cattle ant Sheep a ape. laity. Puck. ald. I ersM hsv.oir any 01 th boc Jt.cn bil ler safe er within tu purchase same, vil d .inck A l'uiinjr Thine. Tho Itelatloinhlii ClmiiKCil. well to call oner address mt An esperlence of fiftr.a Itseems very strange that the Little JJcssie's doll had lost ono eye, oarsln this business baibrtn of profit 10 me and Ikmk I can mk should be so called, while it Is t profitable twin to I ruc opened to connection nith my Hole the Its face was cracked, one arm was gono buser aBdMl,r. I' p addrw. Sttnford. K. logs of wood that have all the bark. and most of its Internal sawdust had re at the Myer. Houte. S departed. She placed it In a sitting Harpor's Young People. posture on the floor In the corner of her During the U'alti. HOUSE. examined Its forlorn and She (who Is being held unnecessarily shrunken figure with a critical eye, and tight Mr. Pressor, I prefer dancing P. U. lilLSY, Troprlotor, Flrst-Clns- H said regretfully yet decidedly: s.nd hugging separately London, Kontucky. "You can stay in tho family if you He Then may I have tne next break? Ami offer the services of ittetae plw. Ilrsnd now vehicles and freth blooded want to, Dolly, but after this I'm only, -- Life. make ray I Have meecd te my new Hotel am teller taMe compare with going to bo a stepmother to you." Chiprepared th.H ever to accommsdaieailthe public. U cago Tribune; Tho Bost In tho Country. nted ,'")rtlhed aod every convenience deGive me a call. Give rat a cad. HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. A !rcnt Idea. !!ANK R,,v. I' W. GRELN, rropnttar. "My stars, Glorlosal" cried young AL URNS, Manafrr I offer for nnt the llouie and Lot bclongm? Fanner Medders to his bride, a city POSTI2I). 10 girl, who, aided and abetted by her lit-- the estate of Capt Gaiacs CralE. and adj.Mninir J ." 0w,y, cn Hostonsillf street. Manforo, This rsetice ferewamt hunters, fishermen and tlo brother, was chasing a frightened Ky It has eight rooms, giiod well and necessary ethers net tetretpat on eur Uudi without per. ncn bade ana forth through the hedge. utnoutcs. oiltsiesi, at all ttth will be precule4 te the lull. P M. McKOHERTS. AKnt. etl eiteetefth law. Sli;e4: "What are you and Waldo chasing that s Stanford, Ky C. Sl.M'UOyAMUuRE hen for?" M STANFOHD, KY., rilllRUCU. THOMAS C. HAM. "So that she will lay scrambled eggs STKKl.K HAll.tV hereafter, darling," replied tho bride, A.M. KB LAN I) shooing the fowl through tho hedge II. W, G A INKS. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. JAMKSr.lVr.N'S. once more. Nntlonal Tribune. Office Hours: 10 to is a. m.; to 3 p. m.: 8 to I. S PHILLIPS. This Hetel. renevatcd and refumithed. it new Valuable lands and Town Properly, t p. m. on John Blain and Tone Hunn, of ANION RESACKKR se s te in my charze aqd . intend to conduct it Office No Judge of lleautj-Lancaster street, opposite CLARK RBVNOLDS not only maintain Us Inch reputation, bat te add passed through en route l l.Ai KOWIT Artist's Sister Oh, George, your work to its tone Hit el friends, bpecial accetnmMia Garrard Circuit Court. T I) NLWLAMI tions fer commercial travelers and tin rooms fur below on a trading expedition. is going to be appreciated at last- - At Wade II. W W. HAY.-vWalker! Widow, Ac , rialntlfft, a;att.t the dltpbiy of samples. MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, t I heard Mrs. Hlghup We regret to state that Jailer Jeseo the gallery C I.NiiN Palli Terrllt, Ac, Defendants. KRED HAITIANS say you had the prettiest picture on ex-- . Ilv lrtuefn judEKK-- f Ike Garrard Circuit A Brown is still in a very critical condiCourt at it Irliruary term, 1S9J, In the Corner Main and Depot Streets, tion and slowly sinking. At this writ- hlbltlon. And IIILLIAROand POOL ROOMS aiuched. sail, I will t.r. Struggling Artist (despondingly) JOSKPM COrTKV Kentucky. ing a messenger is about starting to Stan- Mrs. Ilighup, unfortunately, is no judge. Stanford, NATIONAL BANK Wednesday, Juno 15, 1892, "LOCUST GROVK" She admires that Has lust received a handsome line of Spring and ford for Dr. J. F. reyton. OF STANFORD, KV Millinery and invites her friend, and the Summer' At n o'clock a. m nr lhrtlut. sll tit tho klih-- . The Lincoln county bachelor linn baby of hers. X. Y. Weekly. iniulic generally to call in ana get nri cnoicc. bidder at public outcry at the Us bomcleuil uf tZ) H, O W ade II Walktf in Garrard Count v, Hats and Rounds trimmed in the latest stjle by lately been masquerading in a now suit Kr , the Some Difference. most artistic hands. Tracts of Land ami Town Property, vis: of clothes, but he can't conceal his idenFOR SALE Capital Stock Springtop I met Weatherby Tract No. t conlaliiinv tity. From all indications Cupid's darts and he said you were a fool to pay so there an elegam new jjr Acres. utii which The brick dweJIInz-hfisMI farm and richest sotl in l.mcole ce., Surplus- with -- k) outbullttlttss Md sfilrftdtd have already taken effect and we soon much for a spring wrap. His wife got compritittK 45oacret ol Land, situaXC3S uf hTI kluda ted witbm two milet ul Siamerd. lb county teat one for ten dollars less than yours. a expect to have to chronicle a very pleas Tract No. t contain it Acre. K rented by the Shelby City turnpike of UncoU. AtMtHkto of the public H invited 10 the fac T ract No 3 contains icH Acres. I can suppty the families of Stanford and vicinMrs. Springtop Yos, my"" dear; but and accessible to Ike Stanford and Danville lam that thss it theiMlr Nai.on.l llaak in Stanford ity wilh home made Ice at 60 cts. per 100 pounds: ant item of news. nawi iUktii ineinree she only spent a day in looking for hers. and then a airaciswiii be bid c bids accefiled nils. This is osw of the best Stock Paine in the Under the piomlsm of the National Rank Act wh.4,- and less than that amount at one cen per pound, and On last Sunday f.t tho residence of rente and is le a high state of culti depositors are .ecu red not only by the capita) manufactured Ice at 75 cents per 100 pounds or lVJ It took me a week to find mine. Cloak inai win ieniie ine moei the motarv. . vat en Abundance ler all purnrt for smaller quantities. Ice delivered every her mother, Mrs. Hannah Richards, near Review. the mhh time and place) tbe Wssnvlpg SntI is ferule aud is of water fnr the crowing of nock, but by the stock bolder1 liability ler an Alxi at ceats suitable imouatsqual so the Men k, so that depositors of morning. I call special attention to the John Bre- Mr. ! in Jvtrksvtue, Madloa costutv, rT.! ISt NO. k.trn ,.KrrA mM Hjt ytk.,1 1 tlk laHi.t la Salem, we met Mrs. Leonora Kinein-- ! mer Hrtiwiug Co.' Celebrated I X. L. Deer, for cuiiiaiaiur iw Acre. upon wl KB thllfe Is Z tncaled o ibat if cli he ilivldMl ami tva ftw this iuttitutwxi are Kcurrd by a fund of $aa,oou. Convincing Proof. Plve sworn suleMents of which I am agent. Will furnish in cithe keg or gerof Eddy, New Mexico. Since dwelling with EWJtl i Karmt made 1 be improvements are a large ami siemsdt each ycrta the threondiitnn of ihe bank leav ' Johnny (to his little playmate, Jlm-mi- pruietHiuts of all kinds . I' mud SUtet governbottle. Write for prices. commodluusdwelliakr a ciitivenieat stock nam. ment aad liiassats are eiaUdat stated timet ing Mt. Salem over three years ago, 2'orn K. 11REMBR, Stanford, Ky. I.ut .vu. i contains ,cre, upuo which there Is ,vc., th, bet OI (ntl 0f all kinds, etc lor talor. tty Say, my big brothor thinks an i3tf gorsmt agvitu, thus tecttrlng sdditttona a targe aouse malsvMi, apply to II. IDM.S, Stanlnrd. has traveled over considerable space, awful lot of your sister. and pcrfwt safety to dopoHttHt. Lot No. couiaius Acre " J. Ii JONKS, This hasUtutHHi, Bituinsily established as the "How do you know?" Terms. rhu sale will be made en a credit oi t having first gone with the family to Ic- O V RILEY, Pinevillc. Deposit Hunk of Staafordia iB5a. then toiv he gave her a bowlful of but- - ami is mouths, the purchaser being reunited tu the "'Cause sed a ike National Raak ! Sunfrd in iMt and wa, where she married, and from thence ecutebond. with appruve.1 Mtcurity. jwyaWe fKw igain Tna"lt0 "" Ilr.l Nsim1 lUnk ol Master ommlsttunor, having the fore) and esTert tlwV "Btl1 wn. piOKOU out of a judgment, upiti which enecutkm may Issue If to tha VPrv far W..f .t.n..t ct, l. Stan lord In ittt, has had practically an uninter"?"."" IJVSII, Of all kinds rupted exMtenceof is var reopi.. .,,:.. a It it better tup?tid -- ,n not paid at maturti , and bearing 6 per cent, t -- w. wuv bow with tatfhtie for UaaisKtiUKhtssHicss prompt frutn day f saie until paid and wilh a lieu Made and Set Up in All Parts of days since.annul n. iiui uiu iiuuie iew llnil Sren Iletter Hays. ly aasl liberally tha Vnd She and Jier bricht little uprn the pnprty a additional ectir1ty f.r REAL AGENT aewsnable career. Accountsbefore ta its lone fiduthe Country. of corporations "I once had an R. A. RNilDK. mmw) Holly, look well nfterj a minute," said income of Ave dollars thepurcha Master Com'r CarrardItLClrcut (.otirt. ciaries, flrtnt and individual respectfully snlic- emplo) ed. No Agents the man who had just Ky. their lonj voyage of 1.S00 milt's. acceptod a dime with profuse thanks. The Directory o4 thU Hank tt cocapsMcHt of & SON, W. ADAMS Lexington, Ky. I have quite a number of I ARMS for sale el thc Our usual robust deputy shurifl, "Really?" I. J. footer. tf Sustferu; 9? INCORPORATION. No. 41 llroadway, very Ovst II Land'in Lincoln loulily. 19 6rn rVrettsu Risd, Lit)lM county; "Yes, indeed. It only lasted three Wheat, in now limping around Iliese I jrinsare all well imnroved and uoad J. W. ilnyder,, Staafotd; m i r with a bud "crick" in his bin. nml imv. minutes, thoupli. I was plavinc faro Tk it.... a u n.,. rich lands, running in sue from to to coe Acres. ' at thc S H Ilaaeliasaa, Ittcote. nv. Journal. Ing all the looks and actions of a man at H ,.-- ... .. W. M.v.l.n ""V that au '"......irU. tK.,.U. niai. . ".""".nniiR markets rlgut to stir door, they M.J. MIlWi, Mt. Vcrnan; t lurni a iirjw.ratlim pursuant ate cheaper than the Lands of any other lOHnty la least 80 years of age. del claims that tictther in urdr Anient HplrlU. S. T. tUrrtt Llncsslu; In Chapter 56 uf the General Statutesuf Kentucky, MiM Mehitabel Mr. IMakesly, the the vicious heels of a horse caused his J..S. IlsHker SUafords ini4ic ucrr ancij .That j 1 he name of the cc.r(Hwatlnr shall be "Stan- ty ot er m ilet fromn a depot 4 riimm ibc counford Walvr. Light aud A. La,ekey, LlMsdn; dilapidated condition, but it is a well- - trance medium, sotsms to bo very ardent its principal Licht. dl business Ice Company," aod with running , Ihe county it plate shall be the city uf met ery direction checked is notturnpikes road a public D. his There T. I. Hittjuaford. eft Stanford, Kentucky. known fact that it has beeu imposed on in Micebelief. teriuir the county seat that is not Macadnmitnl. - .l .i l!io.,i,. rr i,.i.i W. O W,eh, Sunford; 3. The general nature of the business to be ,tr- -: .1- .- V ii. juitiiii, vi .1... ru. v. . ic li....l. itu the best and largest variety of him to lasso all the keepers of the 1. nave 111c iiiifA.iiic Keeps the nicest, "blind quality from thespirits. We often hear transacted by the corporation shall be the con- li. dividing tho county from Hast to West and the W.P.Tate, Stanford struction, maintenance and operation of a system R from titxers in the county, and people have a of ardent spirits, R. OmCBRS know. Pharma- - of Water Works for supplying water to the city of C. S. this Rplace toNorth to South; the K. C, R. O Fancy Goods, Fruits, C. ft Cincinnati, crossing Ihe J Mocker. Presidaat; Stanford aud tne Uwn of Rowland and to their in- Irom to the markets ol Candic3 Nuts, Cigar3 njht to their own opinion of what caus- - ceutical Kra. habitants, and the construction, maintenance and at Winchester, giving full access have three large John J. McRobarts, Cashiet. the whole world. Resides, we ed his disabilities. He Hud Changed. opcratiiiiiol a system of Llitlric Ltthts fur tup I' our Mills in the county that give us a market A. A McKlHncy, Attiitam Cathler. And Tobacco in the city ? light to said city and town arm 10 their in- fur all our grain right at home; and the developThere was a grand time in Liberty "And who is that?" asked Aunt Clara, plin; habitants, and tdt inanulacture and sale of inert ol the mountain regions ol Kattern and last Saturday, but your scribe was iu Lin- pointing to the picture of a chubby Kentucky bv lailroads and the outThe aulhvriicd capital stock of the corpora4. child in skirts. let coln on business. There was tho demotion shall be one hundred thomtatul dollars, divid for South by railroads hat created such n demand Co. all kinds i cereals and nrnteiidcr that wecan keeps the cheapest stock ot That he alto "That," said Hobby, who has been ed into shares of rifty dollars bach, but the Cumin l' scarcely cratic convention, nu account of which retail enough tor homccontumption.' may bcclii business when at much as menu. wearing trousers for some time, "is mo nv "I The people arc protperout, generous and kind, OF STANFORD, KY., we are informed has been sent to you by thousand dullars tt the capital stock is when I was a girl." DcmoresL. and no stuck shall be istued at less than believing in Chrlttianity and education. Thwrt it not a neighborhood in the county but has n It now fully organued aud ready Ur business with its secretary. A largo fishing excursion its par value and except lor money actually paid Tliat .Settled It. in, tr for property at its market value actually re- gcod church and Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln, is a prosVegetables, &c , and that he exchanges .all kinds from Middleburg mid Yosemito was here ceived nnd applied to the authorized purpotescf Paid up Capital cf - - $200,000. Amy George, dear, what do you the corporation, or fur labor dune ami accepted of goods for liacon, Lard, Hutter, Kg;s, Potatoes, accompanied by the Middleburg band, at perous little city of about i.too inhnb.tants and it think of my new reformed gown? n firket value. Subtcrintiont for slock shall Le the great doorway from the North and Northfor which he pays the Surplus, . - - - . etc., 19,000.' its who serenaded the town, and all claim Mr. Dolley (surveying it critically) raid at such times and In such innulhucutt as the east South and from the Northwett to Xnithtait, hoard of Directors may determine. and standing as it does gating right Into thc bosSUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL. they performed well for their practhat Market Prices. There's something' in it I like. 5. I lie corporation ahall 'icgiii business on the om of the undeveloped mouutains of Southeastern HANK OK STANFORD, tice. There were not manv fih Mindit villi day of April, 1891, aod continue iu exittenco Kentucky backed up by the whole Amy What? Goods delivered anywhere in the city and his daias there were too many attractive females! Mr. Dolley Vou. Judge, region ot the State with railroads running through Nowclsstng up) with the same anetsand under fur fifty years thcrtultcr ly trip made to Rowland. the same S;-i- Born, on Inst Saturday, to the wife o( Cy Russell, a girl. The band wen to Liberty Saturday to play forn fishing party. with Wilcher Bros, have shipped 37 carloads of taubark from Yosetnite, besides Bevernl cars from Moreland. Mack Jonc3 killed 14 squirrels one A cure day last weok, and I presume it was not is to follow a good day for Equirrels either. The new Christian church at Phil was dedicated Sunday. It is said to bo of the largest building of tho kind in the medicine. county. Fishing seems to be the only occu pation that is properly followed hero of you. will hte and they are catching some good ones too. Albert Kecney, our newe boy, caught the largest that has been taDR. W. B. ken yet. It was a cat of the forked-tai- l variety, 23 inches long aud weighed 51 pounds. Office South side Main street, in office recently vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. A good shower of rain is much need ed here. Cprn implanted will have to A. S. remain so until a rain softens the ground SURGEON DENTIST. sufficiently so that breaking can be reOffice on Main street, over W. I), McRoberts sumed. The clouds threaten rain every Drug Store, Stanford. day and at times itseems almost in sight, R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. but has failed to come up to this (Wednesday) writing. DENTIST. Undo Benuie Martin, aged 71, and Is moving to th Higgles office, Lancaster street. tho Widow Jenkins, who is on the Bha-d- y Nitrous Oxide Gat given for cainlrss extracting. side of 65, were married last week. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. We wish them a life, which cannot be M. CRAIG, ioug, 01 uHuiaiurDeu nappincss, ami as DR. their troubles caunot be "little ones," Homoopathio PhyBlcian, we do sincerely hope they will be few. - KENTUCKY. STANFORD, - - - and sciatica can always bo successfully treated at this writing. fifr &Mi N I otTer for sale privately tur frame Hotel and Saloon at Rowland, which are now renting at 05 per month. It is centrally located and a fine twlnt for buslneit, belli at a terrmual point on a diirls-lotiIt has rood well, ttable. coal th L. A house and other neiettary outbuildings. Address MR MARY C. t i.kkili., sunioru. 1 Ayer's Sarsaparilla sure the persistent use this cure tr-Ufr- -7 -- tz-t: Jack Hello, Tom! Tom Has Cured Others PENNY, Dentist. PRICE, Sy-t- ti aicelr under the are rapidly catchlnjwi to the lact that ltjhc better system, both for the buyer and seller. They Tramp Sorry I have to tear myself alto know that I sell aoodtdofor about a third lest credit btuiness than iny competitors wba away. Life. that I Veep constantly on hand a splenof Dry Oaods. Groceries, Cloth, did anortment ins, Hoots, Shevs. lists and the tike Call in and replenished almett iNnv stock, which isHILTON, Koland, daily. There llvod iii tho oro called pllocrne. Ky. r J. II. u pea ino air was warm nnu tho earth was 7E "litSSj J 5l CWiL5ft i3Sf& r."2j- - 'HtIM, i 1, t ! J- - Wj-i- I K.' w J. H. KH.TOIT, Dealer in General Merchandise, Lumber and Shingles. Goods sold for cash only. am dome that txtate to the public in general and thatI the people Cash It Rives me pleasure Tre-Olurl- TRAVELING PUBLIC. I fire-do- gs tt M-5TER- HOUSE, hrs play-hous- e, THE RILEY I Livery Stable, 11 Jl THE 60FFEY HOUSE JOHN Cominissioricr's Sale JOSEPH COFFEY.IPro'r. I 1 court-hous- Hus-tonvill- e, 39-- to-da- y k . to-da- y Milliner and Dress Maker First-ClasslSnlo- on le 1W1 jT-- tf FIRST red-face- pug-nose- d e- -t - T CK TA M to-da- y, S200.000 &T8X BESR. ! Uo-etot- y u, lilun-Grw- 18,500 j i - ianu lltue-Gr1 ae ; i . 1 ' spk-ndi- d oiie-sio- r) im-- e) I lwo-i- ' MONUMENTS -a an J 1 1 ,".;.,:r::: rr'v0 Mt;-Clell- inter-c-- step-tlaiiRhte- t:-t- d II. T. ESTATE Stanford, er mmt ". uc-G- i.u, I M.r-,- ..,, ., 1 JESSE WEAKEN . .- ' . ; j u I I DQItf'T FORGET aititi-cialic- e. South-easter- n Farmers Bank&Trnst Staple Groceries, And Provisions, Highest te d, school-hous- e. illue-Gri- u "UK- - John Ii. Cattleman. A. G. Lanharo ROYAL insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&OASTLBMAN MANAGERS, Queen & Crescent route being equipped with eolid vestibuled trains, the Queen & Crescent Special and the Cincinnati Limited will have the popular trains to the Iiepubli-caNational Convention at Indianapolis. Tickets will be sold June 1st to otb, good for return until June 2(Jth, at rate of ono fare for the round trip. For sleeping car reservations, or any pppcial iiiiuiiiiaiiuu ur call On or Rilclres; ticket ai?ents of the Queen A Crescent Iloute, or.D. G. Edwards, G. l A., Cincinnati, 0. aorJUoiNGV-T- he ark l'o.slble Explanation. Mrs. Klngley Your husband seems to be very anxious to go over to Ireland. Mrs. Illngo Yes, and I don't understand why. Mrs. Klngley Perhaps It Is because there are no snakes there. Judge. Doubtful. Fweddy Cholly, I'm fcelln' wocky. I think I'll soak my head. Cholly It won't fetch anything, deah boy, unless the hat goes with it. Chicago" Trib'ine. A A New 3Icunijiir. "Long absence makes the heart grow fonder," Quoth lies; and thus I know 'Us true: Utr absence made my heart grow fonder Than e'er before of prettj, Pruet Brooklyn Life. Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents throughout tte South. W. A, TJlIBBLI,,Locl Atjont, "- - STANFORD. KY. from St. Joseph, Mo., The famous trotter Allerton will trot on tho St. Joseph track September J?. ,?f.,P,rs?of 510.000. his owner, O. Y. Williams, havinc matlo an entry. Nel son. Axtell mid Delmnn-l- i will nlan mm. pete for the purse. j , saye: A telegram Glanders Sht body If I were -- that I am a Not it Praiseworthy Job. Gummcy Do you know, Glanders, self-mad- e I wouldn't tell any' man? , 0 The affairs of thn corporation shall be con it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally ducted by a Hoard of fue Directors, one ol whom one of the Uett located towns in the South lor shall be unpointed President by the Hoard, and mannfacturct and other enterprises of magnitude. by such other cllicors and agents rts tho said IJ'oard Water Works are now being agitated and right of a mile u ay dem necessary to appoint aboue the town about there could be erected Water W'orkt with ery 7. The Hoard cf Directors shall be elected annually by the stock holdiri on the fiist Monday of lii tie cost that would supply a city of 130,000 ineach July, tohW.i office fur one year, or until their habitants with the pureit and best water in Ihe successors are elected and qualified and until the world. Our little city his been newly rebuilt in tint annual election in July, 1801, the incorpora the last few yeaisand its butineit homes aril re tors hereinbefore named thall be Ihe Hoard of Menceswill compare with larger cities of greater Directors of IbeCoripany. Iu thc annual election pretention! Our merchants nnd tradesmen are We hate two of Directors each shareholder shall have the right all protperout and doing well tocattns many otet in the avsrctiules he 'shall banks with a capital stock ot $400,000 that are multiplied by the number of Direct- protperous and ma good ronuiuon own shares, ors to be elected, and each thaieholder may cast vte nave spiei'Oiu scnoon, i. c nave a remaie ' the whole numbei ol otes either III person ur by College, a large brick building, with over 100 pu ... .L.t.lt..... III tuia .....v.. Cw will. .....41.1..,,. Uf UIIIIIUUIG k.. .....' , pllt tn attendance anu unuer ine principaitnip 01 ifj vt lU.lf. among two or more candidates, and the Directors Prof. J M Hubbard, it in a flourishing condi- It C Itl.l, t..... .a ui.i.Mia. Camtnart. till, I. a, gwuu ...l , I... lll.T ...a, ,a a of this Company ithall be elected iu tin other man- .1 tlUII. F. IHakeman .tits head. We ner, except when a vacancy occurs It may he tilled school, with Prof by the other Directors. have one of the nett Public School buildings ic S. This corporation shall possess ad the powers this tection cf the State,, with over 100 puptls in enumerated in Section 3 of Chapter 36 of the Gen- attendance, and with other good private schools, you sec our tcbool facilities are excellent eral Statutes ot Kentucky. We hate elegant church builntugs, representing 9. This corporation shall at no time contract or incur debts greater In amount than ao ptr cent, of every denomination, with a full corps 01 ininltters of fist clats talent and are doing a better business the stock subscribed and paid for. than any clat of men in the city. 10. The private property of the stockholders I have tried to make this statement as facts, shall be exempt from liability for the debts of the without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those corporation. B.I C. HOWE, who I now will beam e out, And those who with PENNY, A. R. homes at prices to buy N. J. II. MENEFEE, among'apleatantpeople with lair the best and locate good all I surroundFOSTER V. (J. WELCH, ings would do well to call and see me before pur haslng; elsewhere so 1IAYDEN. J.W three-fourt- ... ll, management. fly provitiont of its chatter, depotttors are as tT,C."'.C,"d i.', . Ue 'JeP0'"" i" National Hanks, being held Individually liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the ..vuii. in.c.ieu in tucii snares. It maw mm. a. r AQ" " fu"y in individual To thotc who entruttcd their bultiness to us while ninasliii: the Lincoln National Hank ol wen ""? "natrour many thanks and r.. trim they will continue to transact their butinosi with us, ottering at a guarantee for prompt attention to same.oiu ruenty years experience in k l iiucidmccouimnoauoilt at are coo- "'tent with sound banking. -- " " S H .!' JJ. OtHICTOKS: Williams, Mt. Vernon; J. M. Hall, Stanford; J. S, Owsley, Stanford; S.J, Embry, Stanford;) J.E. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Mlllidgevtlle; -- J. K.Raughman, Huitoavllle; J. F.Catb, Stanford; " William Gooch,l,Stantord, . II, Shanks, - Preiidec, J. P. Owsley, Ky. W. M. Bright, Teller. yr Caht - .. " rtf, ' JIT I. - '. r :i vf :j-- ? .. r. t . ' 4-a