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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892052701 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. frKwr"M Semi Weekly Interior vol. xx. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. CRAB ORCHARD. Journal NO. 26 STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. MAY 27. 4892. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. DANVILLE. Strawberries are coining to maiket Mm. Cyntlin Klliott, accompanied by Miss Flora Brown, Ih now on ft vinlt At 50 cent it gallon and flprin chickens Mrs. Colonel Ad- nt $S per dozen. to Iiit Bicter j Tho family of Mr. Stark Fish is re ams. It must bo remembered that there joicingovern new president at their will bo another meeting of the members) house. Hie little fellow is five days of tho First Kentucky Cavalrv, who are . old. , Mr. and Mrs. of Louisville, interested in getting up a history of the on Monday, Juno Oth, tho fit At anil Mrs. Moody's winter, of Xow Orleans, L., have rented rooms for tho summer day of circuit court. ant. Monday was county court day, but.ol Mrs. ThoIadioBof tho Christian church not much business whs done and only a in-laI Mo-idyd Dr. E. IWohn, of Lexinutou, was Mrs. Abbott lectured to quite a here professionally Tuepduy and Wed- crowded house last night on Japan, Iloeent indications make it probable Jieadny. M r. Elijah Williams and Miss Kitty that James G. Ulaine will bo tho "Judge .Our stock of. Morrow" of the republican party in the Robinson, both of tho West End, ob tained marriage license Tuesday. approaching presidential contest. Gray it Harris, 1th streetliverymen, A candidate for State Senator in In- have sold out to W. L. Reed, formerly dinna has withdrawn from tho race, ing ho cannot consistently remain in of Lincoln county. Terms uot disclosed. politics and maintain his solf respect. Woik on the new public school .We have. This is not "omplhnentary to the politi- building under Contractor Win. King, is cians viewed from the standpoint of the progressing satisfactorily. In perhaps moderate-crowin attendance, uwinu to have their new carpet down, but owing gentleman from Indiana. four weeks it will bo under roof. Tho uncalled for and unprovoked Messrs. Hubert McGoodwin, W. K. busy times. Among those Irom u dis- to some trouble in getting tho pattern tance were 0. C, Lyon, of llustonville, selected, the carpet for tho Baptist Rf.H.inlt upon the business manager of Argo, R. O Rodesand C X. Smith were tho I.VTKitioR Joi'MXAL in Lancaster among the Danville people whoattended Vincent Peyton, of Kllisbnrg, and K. L. church has not come yet. Among tho goods found in tho hay on Monday last, meets with the un- the funeral of Hon. Win Rerkele, WedTanner, of McKlnney. In plain, plaited, puff and neglige. The best stock of Summer UnOn Monday night at 11 o'clock, stack near Stanford were tho articles qualified condemnation of the entire nesday. derwear in town. Scrivcn's Elastic Seam Drawers are the best. The Danville league team (limited) County Olerk Georgo A. Prewltt was btolen from tho depot at this placo and community, while his prompt and efaroused from his slumbers to Issue li- although they were not in as good order ficient defense ia commended alike by ami me Lexingtons (unlimited) had a little game Tuesday evening, which recense to J. F. Wall 6 marry Miss Fran- as when they left, all have been found. all. Mr. John Huchanau camu up home Quite an animated discussion is go sulted in a score of 5 to o in favor of ces Hatter; both of Yosemite. A. J. Gibonoy was then Bwakened and tied Sunday ovonini: and went back on the ing on in London as to the authorship of Lexington. night train. Miss Hannah McFall came the song "Ta ra ra, boom de ay." The A telegram received Wednesday the knot in his usual style. Cellars, Cuffs and Half Hose. We have added a line of IludGibony on the home Monday after a very pleasant vis- words of tho song are decidedly vulgar, evening from Louisville announced that Dan Klddnnd republican side, and J. W. Ilrown and it to friends in the vicinity of Stanford. while the chorus that gives it its name Messrs. Rodes, of Danville, and SulliE. 11 Sweeney ou tho democratic fide, Tho Lancaster boya were over Sunday is simply nonsensical. It is a question van, of Richmond, had been elected disas to who is most to blame, those who trict delegates to the Chicago Convenard now making thintrs lively as candi as usual. The ladies who went from here to admire the doggerel or the idiot who tion. dates for tho nomination for circuit clerk Miss Eleanor Coleman, Lexington, All new and the latest styles. Remember that Thomas Emmerson's of their respective parties. Wo are in attend tho hop at London, Monday composed it. Miss Isabel Owsley is yisitinis Miss Miss Ruth Hall, Frankfort, Miss Nancy will all got elected, as per- uigut, had a delightful time and are loud Sons' Shoes are the best. hoprs they Miss Bessie Ilurnside is Reckner, Winchester, and Miss Jennie sonally they aro pretty good sort of fel- in their praise of tho London gentlemen Mini Cook. who did so much to make them have a witti Miss Annie Koyaton this week. Warren, Stanford, will he the guests of lows. J. Boylo Stone, who has fished for nice time. It seems strange that a town Mrs. Will Price and son, Herbert, are Miss Marie Wairen, next week and unMr. Robert til after commencement. Miss Mamie has lately tho size ot London has so fow ladies v'sitiug Mrs. Dr. Price. so many years unsuccesf-fullycaught a number of fine perch. The on- who dance. Nearly all the ladies were Hughes is in Louisville this week. Miss McRoberts will entertain about 00 of her Salliu Rowland is visiting Mrs. Dr. young friends at her home on Broad ly way his acquaintances can account from a distance. It was witti deep regret that wo O'Neal. Mrs. Robert Rice, of Hedge-vill- way Friday night. Mies Blanche, daughgood luck is that the perch have for his VXJZyl XZr Kit A ter of Councilman Tim Murphy, who is visiting Mm. H. A. 11. Marks-burrecently bocome so frightened Ml the ex lean.ed of the death tf Mr Phil Sodeu. lias been ill since before Christmas, is pert angling of Godboy, Whipp. Lipe, She has been a patient sutlerer for tome Mrs. Sallie Chaires, an estimable la- now thought to be gradually improving. Tarrant and others, that they crowd months and although her death was exarouud his hook for safety and accident- pected her devoted husband and pa- dy, died at the residence of Dr. W. 2C. Mrs. Frank Gilcher went to Cincinnati rents were not prepared to give her up, Rush, in this place, on Sunday night, Tuesday and will be back Sunday night ally vet huug. W. Whipp, Tlios. W. Wash for death is something wo can never ful- May H'J, and was buried in the cemetery Mrs. Leonora Daviess lias gone to Mt. John Has a Complete Stock of and Judge Win, M. Myers are oil" for tho ly realize until it takes place. Hut her on Tuesday afternoon. Religious servi- Sterling to be present at tho closing of take comfort in ces by Eld. J. C. Frank. She was a the academy rson isaiienuing. From democratic convention in I.ouisvilIo. dear friend should TT Mr. Wklpp expects to push Cleveland knowing that her pain racked body is daughter of G. J. Salter, a prominent there she will go to Wellsley, Mass., j "R I : through in spite of Henry Watterson. now at rest and the spirit has ilowu to citizen of Garrurd, who twice represent- where her dang!liter's term at College M I Miss Annie T. Daviess Wisley, after an extensive the God who give It to dwell in peace ed the county in the Kentucky J.egU will soon cloe Dr. James Both of tour through Tennessee, Georgia, Flori- and happiness, free from all pain and lature. The sympathies of the entire has returned to Harrodsburg. community are with Dr. Rush and the these ladies have been visiting Mrs. Win. da and Alabama with a view of looking sorrow forevermore. Warren. Miss Mabel Van Meter and Mrs. Pollard is visiting her daughfamily and friends of tho deceased out n powlble location, has returned to Prof. Smith The- doctor, ter, Mrs. J. E Pleasants. of Mrs. Miss Sue Payne, of Elizabctlitown are The handsome residence Liberty and bottled down. like- your correspondent, believes Casey left for his home in Ohio Tuesday and Ann R. Hopper was the scene of an ele- visiting Miss Anna Vau Meter, this county to bo tho garden spot of tho will return to Midway in September to gant wedding Wednes lay morning nt 10 county. Mr. James Cook, C. D. Port world, jiint because it produced twoeuch take charge as principal of the public o'clock. Rev. Amos Stout united in wood's clerk, having converted himself noted men. Col. Silas Adams stopped school in that place. Professor has been marriage Miss Nannie Hopper, young into one of the landlords of Cumberland DKALER IN- in town on last Friday night on his way in Crab Orchard several years and has j est daughter of Mrs. Ann R. Hoper, and Falls Hotel, will be succeeded in his made many friends, w ho regret to see Mr. E. M. Stephens, of Midtown, Texas. clerkship by Mr. R. G. Dunn. n speech. to Edmonton to make him leave, but who are glad to know Mi.ii Hopper is a highly accomplished Floreuce Jenkins and Lizzie Dunn will Minl-tkani Sccosns. Did you ever he would do better by tho change. He young lady ami one of Lancaster's favor- entertain a large number of their friends catch yourself wondering why CO sec- is a first class teacher and deserves cred- ite beauties. The young married couple at the home of the last named lady toDONE. AND onds mako a minute and 00 minutes it for doing mi much for tho schools in will go to various points in tho West night, Thursday. In Babylon there exist- our county while In our midst. Ho de and thence to his home in Texas. make an hour? l2fAll work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. CHURCH AFFAIRS. ed, busides the decimal system of nota- sires us to say ho left all debts paid and ti,0 vow York Press lias an article I will take old jjold or silver in exchange for goods tion, another system, tho sexagesimal, a good name, which wo take pleasure In ou 4T10 Xovel as a Teacher and Reform- The Southern Presbyterian General Why 00 doing. Mr. W. T. Merimeo is now op-- er which counted by sixties. it would, of course, be like darting Assemply has decided to meet next should boon chosen is clear. There is erator at Crab Orchard. Mrs. II. L. straws against tho wind to attempt to year at Macon, Ga. no number which has bo many divlsois Slower it able to leave her room and is discourage the publication ami reading There will be no services at the as it has. The Rabylonians divided the blow ly recovering from her recent ill- - 0f tho trash tlmt has appeared in the Presbyterian church Sunday on account nun's daily passage into 21 parsings, or uess. shape of novels during the last half cen of Rev. Ben Helm's appointment at Lex710 stadia, oacli parsing Or hour being tury. It is true, nevertheless, thutsince ington. Congressman McKoighau, of NebrasThe whole divided Into 00 minutes. the dayB of Buhvor and Sir Walter Scott, Dr. K. H. Pearw, of Danville, v.sit course of the sun during the equinoctial ka, is said to live in. a sod house. This of the novels that have been pub- ed Rev. W. K. Arnold last Sunday and JiourswuHflxcd at 21 puewigs, T10 stadia singular dwelling, which contains , three lisher! have not been worth the paper preached at the Methodist church uu "or about 300 degrees This system whs rooms, is boarded over a upon which the have been printed. day uight. , which is then entirely covered with handed down to tho Greeks andllippar-chitsThey encourage idleness without imThe Kentucky Conference Women's It is not au uncomfortable tho Greek philosopher, who lived thick sod-tparting any information that is of any Missionary Society will hold its 14th anabout 1W R. C , introduced 'he Rabylo-nla- n placo of ubod- -, for it ia warm in winter, practical utility whatever. nual meeting at Nicholas ville June is. r as well as cool in summer, and the and for hour into Europe. Tho death of Hon. Win. Uerkeleon Rev. C. T. Bead will preach the animal to its occupiiits in case of cyclones in the morning of Tuesday, 24th Inst., was Mr. sermon June 10 at 11 a. m. Tin: SutiAK Tuost'h Ghii Caatnrln cures Colic, Constipation, "Castorla Is so irell adapUsi to children that Sour Stomach, Diarrha'ft Eructation, minimized. Mr. McKoinhan is regarded cannot ad- by all as a very original and inter- a great shock to tho people of Garrard. I recommend it oa superior to any prescription fays that tho truit Rev. W. E. Arnold will preach at Kilis Woruii, glea sleep, and promotes dlill health for some II. A. Ancurn, M. D., Icown to mo " pefction, vance refined sugar as it w oulil lot foreign esting man at Washington. He has Ho had been in Roberts' Chapel, in Casey county, next Without injurious medication. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, K. T, into this country. This is been a farmer, a soldier and a Judge, and mouths past and unusually low spirited, Sunday. No strvicus at the Methodist refined suirar which resulted in the taking of his Tn Centavu Compxnv, 77 Slurray Street, N. Y equivalent to baying that sugar has church here Sunday morning, on acis a tvady debater, especially on matters life at liis home near Hryantsville. He count of Commencement of Stanford Febeen advanced to tho limit under peitaining to the tarill. has repeatedly represented this county coyer of the protective duty. Why not male College. Preaching at night as us refined sugar and A snake ha been found in Iroland at in the Legislature and has .Wed other ual. repeal tho duty on compel tho trust to reduce priceB? Are last. A Belfast newspaper says that a positions wun creuu io iiunetm mm ku Brother Barnes' meeting continues A. C. SINE J N. MENEFEk As tho delegate the people ol tho United States interest snako 71 feet lorn: and nearly noveii isfaction to the people convention from to draw large crowds, especially his constitutional ed lb keeping relined sugar out of this inches in circumference luu been killed to the made (inrrard. Mr. Berkelo was faithful, at night services. A number have country to help the liavemeyers sum at Noras Glen. It was taken to a con of professions since our last i5sii and sevellicient. He was a man down refineries and deprive men of tractor's yard in the town, where the tentivo and eral annointed. He will preach here as they advance the reptile was inspected by a largo number excellent judgment, flue business at- long as his friends desire him and then work at tho same time charity. of people. Tho solitary Bimko of Ire- tainments and price of a noceb'dty" go to Somerset, where ho will hold a land will be preserved in a glass case for meoting KINGSVILLE. Judge Edwards' decision that a man the inspection of future generations. gets mon. who gets drunk whenever he Mrs. Pennybacker Ins at last comMrs. Figg "Whore is that custard I "Your mother tells mo that you have pleted ey is not necessarily an habitual drunk Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets hir hotel and is ready to accom- put away this noon?" Tommy "I -- I nrd, bears upon its breath tho persuasive been playing marbles for keeps," said modate the traveling public. guess it vanished into tho empty heir." and Verandah Work. odor of equity. The man who gets Mr. 1'igg, sternly, to his trembling son. Indianapolis Journal. In talking to the voters of this .vidrunk only when ho has the money "Is that the best use you can ilnd for cinity wo find tint tho majority aro for m AXTD can your time?" and is habitually a moneyless man, "Oh, mama." cried Willie, on seeing tlrst, last and all tho time. Cleveland "Vessir," sniveled Tommy, "I ain't The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. not at the same time bo habitually for tho grandest man in tho U. the Zebra for the first time, "do come decision be atlirmed old enough to play poker." Indianapo- Hurrah drunk. Let the little convict hero and seo this poor - - S! Ky. Oflicc and tho defendant be sent forthwith to lis Journal. A youug lady, whose name wo did . - . the Crab Orchard whisky and poverty "So Fred Malcolm, not learn, living just over the Casey Sister Kmma cure. Louisville Times. line, was bitten by a copperhead snake n nraised my singing, did lie?" Brother divine of Now ..Qh. ves. he said it was heavenly." Sis- - fev. days since and is in a critical condiDr. Rainsford, n noted ' York, said in his sermon Sunday: "I do ter "Did he say that, Charlie ?" Broth tion at this writing. Mr. Joo Baker, of Ilurnside, visited not think I would Bell whisky, but, in- or "Well, not exactly, but In probibly stead, have only beer, light wines, cotl'eo meant that; ho said that it was unearth- liis brother, C. G. Baker, last week. Misa Daisy Cary has returned after a month's and chocolate. I would make my place ly." II reading-rooms- , and keep stay in Lexington. Ld McUarty went attractive, with THE BEST Always remember, my dear over to hear Bro. Barnes Sunday night. Mother them open on Sunday, only during propWhen the time came for that it is not good taste to talk about Mr. William Dalton and wife, of your er hours. company. Ml a Build Oh, town, were the guests ol the family of closing, the blinds would come down to yourself In I never do. 1 always talk about the II. llaxter Sunday. T. Waters, of the C. stay." other girls. Street A Smith's Good S., is on a visit to relatives aud friends The longest bridge in America is a News. in this community. trestle work over a portion of Lake capital in tho United States rontchartrsin. It i m'"rty 25 miles The oldest Cheapest THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. is Santa Fe, which was the seat of govlong. Tho largest and longest stone ernment in New Mexico as far back as Tho General Assembly adjourned bridge in tho world is over an arm of the milea long, 300 arches, 1010, and yet iU population ia only O.lSo, Tuesday till Friday, on account of the China Sea, five more space than any Paint mixLION PAINT will cover one-hal- f according to Porter's census. convention at Louisville. each 75 feet high. m and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Accept no substied by hand The bill incroising the rato of taxaHighest ot tute. Children are not numerous in France. A Cream of Tarter Haling Powder Good Agents wanted. Manufactured by not, Tuimnuf.'ii Sons, tlio great rico on tho $100 passed in all in leavening strength Latest United estimate that the Out of 10,000,000 families in tho republic tion to 471 cents Government rood Itcport LION PAINT & COLOR WORKS, LEXINGTON, KY., dealers of Now York, the House at Frankfort Tuesday. The have no children at all and ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO, year will bo 50 per cent. rice crop of this io6 Wall street, New crlc A. R. Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. Revenue and Taxatiou bill also passed. fifth have only one child each. , other than that of last year. ; t YOU SHOULD SEE Gents' Furnishing Goods. i j ' EVERYTHIN G IN SHIRTS, ELEGMT LIME EECKWEKR, 5 "J sm fri , i, y. & W.B.JMDBBHTX, Druggist and Jeweler, PP IT) L,ilUUUl D BOOKS, PAINTS, WALL PAPER, - ROBT.' FENZEL -- Mh-se- s 8 WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY PROMPTLY , J 1 00-1- 00 frame-work- . dan-ge- Infants Children. er - - I i i , SINE & DEALERS IIT MENEFEE. - 'I broad-hearte- d SiSIi DOORS HMD BLIMDS. WIRE - WOVEIT SI.AT PE1TCB. Stanford, po-nv- ." and Yard Depot Street, pom SrertlF! Mion Pa i nt " MADE. IS Pw &&rwmi tF MRP POWDER TheBestis the miwmwM . m i Absolutely Pure ! j one-fllt- h er r if. i t Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal May 27, 1892 PLOW ON, SWIFT STREAM. flowers. Stanford, Ky., W. F WALTON. Auk You Going? The Queen & Cresis not worth whilo to question tho procent route beiw equipped with solid priety of woman's npiearnnco on tho Knoxrillc, Cumberland Cap & Louisville platform. As n mntter of fact she vestibuled traius, the Quen & Crescent Valuable Lands and Town Properly, thoro some timo ngo, but as a Special and the Cincinnati Limited will H. K. lsj.enker, hardly ns nn orator in the have the popular trains to the RepubliDouble Dally Schedule, Garrard Circuit Court jtrotwr sense. It has been several years Wade II. Walker's Widow, Ac, Plaintiffs, In Elfctt May 8, iDyi can National Convention at IndianapoaKit now since the sight of a woman as a Paltle Tcrrill, Ac, Defendants lis. Tickets will bo sold Juue 1st to 5th, ?UUTiriiuLAu7 public speaker created even a ripplo of llv vlrtiuMtf a judgment of the Garrard Circuit II good for return uutilJune 20th, at rate I JO emotion. She has lieen presiding over Court at Its February term, 191,111 thealwestlel Cve. Louisville ............ ' Stanford m 11 ft . of one fare for the round trip. For nnd addressing toinperanco meetings suit, I will on Arr. Middtesboro ) M II HI I.ve. Mlddlcthore , 1 00 p ro sleeping car reservations, or ituy special CLEVER AUNT nnd club gatherings, sho has lectured to .! " 5 Juno 10, 1892, Arr. Cumberland Gap. j 14 pm J 4t am public nH'imlies, she has mndo inimical " Hamilton Springs.... information or accommodation:, call on 1 J pro 611am hlcit-(" ArthHr....J s 11 pm a is a m speeches, sho has even preached At ti ohxk a. m nr therwil'Mt, m1I to the or address ticket agents of the Queen ' Powell Klver. i s ft pm f 41 a m the late bidder at public outcry "It nin't no nso in ngoin agin your pa, sermons all without arousing excite- Wade II Waikrrlntlarrard at CountT, homesteadfol- f " Taatwell.... Crescent Itoute, or D. U. Edwards, G. l Ky, the J 18 pm y i a in Jennie ho's had his own way 'round " Lone Mountain low lug Tracts of Land a.id To n Property, vliment or serious opposition. Cincinnati, 0. 3 joprn A., 7 ijam " Clinch Klvr J P m 1111111 hero continual for moro'n thirty years, The fact is, women have "arrived" Tract No. cnutalnln nj Aen, upn which ' Oalroau pm 7 ,( a m J brick dwelling. there Is an ekcniit tt VOU SUMMER. If WnKHK TO GO THIS Washb-.- n an you'll jest hov to givo in: no use and the people who nro slow to adjust Inni'e, vth (tixl outbuilding and splendid 4 o ! m 7 41 a m " Powder Springs p 4 contemplate taking a trip this summer talkin at him. 'T only mnko him wuss." all kinds. themselves to the situation aro nt a disjiuin " Luttrell......... 4 Ji pm 1 04 a m Tract No a contains ij Acres. " Corryten advantage. It matters not whether pubmost delightful place pm t 4 4t remember that the a m Poor little Mrs. Olcott had been acTract No. contains icjVyAcrs. " Maletieysllle 4 3 J P m Issin Im nrl c.HWwl separately lic is in their "sphere," women The three Tracts will " lleverly in America is Old Point Comfort, Va. customed during the whole of her mar- . pm Ijlim then as a hl nud the bid or bids accepted im pm I a m ' K. ,VO. Junciien..... nro making public speeches when occa- and will rvallie the most money 5 i l that On Tuesday, July 20th, the Chesapeake rifil lifo tn "lost pirn in" nnil linr nitlv " Knexvllle sion seems to call for thorn. Conven9 00 a m Also at the same time and place the felhratue exchance of peace was in yielding to her & Ohio Railway will run its annual N'OU .1. flOl'MD" Lot No, Mmllwi county, Ky tionalities and traditions, authorities Ms in KlrksrilU, luu" "" 1U3- which there Is Z l.ve hnoasille roitalaln IS Aero. up cursion from Lexington and the Blue- - selhshlv determined husband ami nllow- - """" I 30 a in' 6 jo p hi dwelling house with gtod Tvo wanted so much to tnlk with nnd prejudices are all knocked in tho splendid O. Junctln... Arr. K. t 43 am 44 P m A trip to Old romt will ing him to carry his point without op- - you about Jennie," said tho lady, as of all kinds Grass Region. head, to be sure. Even St. Paul is dislleverly....... .1 154am -- . 54 p m th . position MaUr..-,,lip..... ........ ..j 9 fat a m ; e p m l.t No. s contains At.ro, upn which there Is cost you less than to any other place on bsmse. and Hiram sat in her woll appointed credited, but tho women go serenely on a large Cerryton Jennio was differently constituted. qs a m 7 S p m I.u Nn. j ctmuln t Acn nnd it must bo acknowledged that no Lstltrell account of the extremely low rates made Slio inherited her father's strong will dining room tho night of tho arrival. m tJam 7 Ji P m Terms: Th Mis will bn mado en a credit el 6 Powder Springs ' 9 a m 7 p "Yes, nnd I'm willin. Sho ought to serious calamity hns yet resulted. If and is mouths, the purchaser Mnj required to by the Hygeia Hotel and the railway nnd ho had, much to his surprise, sudWahWurn..... e sJa m 7yp bonds with approved curtty. Mynble tn the thpy want to talk out in meeting they OaVman 10 iltm Mpm company to parties taking advantage of denly discovered nn opposing forco in bo settled," said the old man decidedly. Muster itHnmhlMiri. ImvIhi? the force ami effect Clinch Klvcr. ... 8 10 j m "It does not do, Hiram," began Mrs. will talk, and it profits no man to say of a ludctnitit.uixm which nieCHtlmt may Issue If Full particulars will bo his youngest child. !.ane Mountain-..- .. this excursion. to jt a m 8 19 p m InterCalding, watching tho hard lined faco thorn nay. On tho contrary, thoro aro not palit at maturity, and bswins 6 per ennt.HeB Taiewcll Sho hail been away from homo for 14 a m 8 )s p m advertised shortly. Chns. L. Brown, G. na from day sf sole until jld and with a Powell JL.ir 11 c( a m 8 jo p m iirlty for upon the properly as uddltioswl nearly three years this pretty brown inteutly, "to depend on a girl's choice, several reasons why they should bo en-- . Arthur 11 a m tipni P. A. K. A. llt'KNSIDh, couraged to excel. the purclwH' money. Hamilton Springs. haired girl with tho determined face and aud" 1144 am 9 s& m Master Com'r Garrurd Clrcut Court. Cumberland Cap.. If woman will address hor fellow citi11 m 93P "Well, I guess it don't," he interrupted 4apm iouo p m Millionaire Pierce, of Santa Clara, graceful carriage, nnd tho father secretly Mlddltsboro m zens from tho stage or tho stump it is with a sneor. l.ve Mlddlrsboro attentive to is pretty admired nnd almost feared her. Cal., was too THU STANFORD Arr. Stanferd thnt she should do it acceptably. "Thero is a young man in town who. 1 better 54 a ro A wealthy and childless aunt in tho " Leulsvllle.. house-gir- l and his grown children 'fired" 2jrsajn city had besought Jennio to sharo her know, admires Jennie, and if ho should Even the most ardent friends of adCo. Pullman Palace Car Ksmsvitle to Clncmuall her. Pa Pierce took things in his own homo, nnd Hiram Olcott's pretty daugh- meet her 1 know something would como vanced woman, thoso who have kept her is hands, however, and the hous-gi- rl of it." Very quietly, yet with tho in sight in hor rapid progress toward Has contracted with responsible Aras tor Its plants without chaNge. ter, though clinging to tho farm with MitectiHt made with all trains North and at Grand Central denet, ClaciMuti. to the millionaire's all its dear memories of childhood aud utmost caution sho mado this stntemont. "emuucipatiui," are obliged to confess and will have the he and Klectric Plants comple-tn- l now All trains inntsrct at Corrjtmi, TessH., with afin ahout sixty dati; the Water Plant soon Tho old man was interested. "Rich," to a frequo..t wish thnt sho wouldn't daughters nnd mistress of tho palatial childhood's joys, chose wisely when she A CumtrUtHl Gap Kathmt trilns to and ho inquired, rubbing his hands gently when sho essays to electrify tho multi- terliimdetto place individual rontrartt in ad- from Tate Sprms astd Im Springs. yielded to her nuut's request. Santa Clara home. rhnwgh ticket on mn City TkVet r tude. Sho may be earnest nnd eloquent, vance for Wter and Klectri; I.ikwi, Ue Company isSGay It was better, far better for her, for together. strsrt and Depet the fallowing she may be witty nnd wise, but as a cflrri essarr water pipes will b4 laid, connected to Main street, KaosvUhs. TleUt effien, font Wit "Yes," was tho nnswor: thou sho went Government experts have discover- even after her departure thero woro NV Fur any Information as ta retnes, rates, u..ap. rnlo she cannot speak. Her voico gots mams at actual cost lor pipe and tl on: ed that there are a great many light- plenty of children to keep tho miserly 1 "Of course, it's so very uncertnin, away from l"ir, sho is alternately shrill KlectrK wire put la and nrctssary Allures W. A. 1)1. V, Acting GnT Pss. Agt . free el charge weight gold coins in circulation, made old farmer in a perpetual grumblo about Hiram. Yon see, Jonnie might IIKNKVA SMini.UMrTtClsMAsrtil. refute nnd husky; sho shrieks when she" would To he of bel quality and guaranteed tscte "sweating process" by which money matters. Kitsf1t,Tct.n so by the hoarsely alisfactkm have a and" adopted rates I fronlstoje It was Aluy nud tho country woro ono to "Now, word to sav to him interrupted be emphatic; she whisixjnj Sensitive he schedule ef about 75 cents can be extracted from a glad suiilo, and when sho would iersuade. Kato, look hore," per cH(. lower than is usually give Jennio hailed with de$20 gold pieco. ..IF YOU AKi: GOING .. . light tho prospect of a visit to hor home, tne thoroughly oxciteu old man, as ho nnd sympntuetio members of the audi Schedule of Yearly Water Rates: drew his chair nearer hers nnd empha- ence incline to crawl under tho benchw. horse in tho assuming very willingly tho responoi-- , sized his words with decisive gestures, She has, in short, a voico that was Probably the largest Dvellmtr of ) rooms, eat fact... .... ... $m bility of housekeeping while her two trained by nnewtry and world, standing 22 hands high and unmarried sisters .. "of liko thnt young just Hai. a aaditsasMi ro TIIK. attended tho wedding him Ion homo with 1110,man I'll like take ments to domestic uses, early environI eo Kach additional uud has not Storit, Rank and Private ... nn I'd to see weighing 2,200 pounds, owned by T. E. of a cousin in a distant town. OfMM, i taactt 5 grown to the requirements of a hnll. IMIhs, private, oe taste-.- ... jo Ridgaway, of Fort Worth, Texus, died This morning sho was cooking, nnd Jennie tell him to go if I'm livin." 5 Iloticefortii this will bo different. Col- Hose attacbssMHit lor sjni.ier --. ... Mrs. Calding was delighted at her suc a with her sleeves rolled above her elbows in that city on May 4. Stables, tmvale, M a air I cess thus far. Tho next dny Mr. Bryan leges recojr 4ao this lack and are pre00 hath aediuosial ansaaal....- .stood besido tho kitchen table. In ono The United States cotton crop Us hand sho hold nn earthen plate, while was introduced, nud became tho old pared to ren.edy it. If any female stuElectric Light Rates, dents show oratorical talent or aro amman's ideul of a year was 1,250,000 bales larger than evir the clip, clip, clip of n fork sounded Per cnsMrs4 asei On tho farmer's roturn to his home bitious to becomo spellbinders, opjor-tunit- y Louisville NaaHviur ft. ft. noisily as sho whipped soino eggs to a before raised in this country. ilc ioHlecet bssap ea ! shall be afforded them. Tho One are aad Mr. Bryan accompanied him, having ac1 pwywar froth. o ' Yer sisters hed to marry to suit him," cepted tho hearty invitation of his now woman of thj future, and of tho near tor it c.,.p. each tpcaadesccm hm, per ss. Is the line for you, as Its ,, ., jQ The Adair county fair oilers $300 .1 M friend to "jest run out nnd tnko n look future, who rqxntks in public on tho stage ja tt H ii premium for the best saddle stallion, the wailctl the nervous littlo woman, "an around our mny, if she uke. bo tho Daniel Webster, K II l II II imrt of the country." j you'll have to too; ef you don't thero bo h'gheatso far announced. Make cloie tftftiicctio at Jonnie had been apprised of Mr. Bry- tho Henry V, ard Beochor or tho Chnuu-cePer HmkIiiko Ukr awful fusses, so you'd jes' better givo in." M. Depew of her tsx. Whethor tho For ist ie c p InetudaHesst lemp per sM .. an's coming and of the littlo deception LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI That morning tho father had spoken in which i, Residence and lot of 2 ii i. For Sale. w she was to play her part. Sho young wom..n who so proudly bore tho i ii ii For all points. to Jennie of a young farmer, whom ho acres on Main street. W. P. Walton. I l " " ,J met him as if ho were n stranger, while oratorical pennon from the mulo contestTHROUGH TICKKTS SOLD. termed a "likely catch." Sho had ex hor M HAGUAGE CMLCKKti THROUGH fathor secretly rejoiced at tho ants of other Indiana colloges recently For each adsHliMsal " apfty ' l Refreshing Retreats. Par larsher btferrmitlesi, pressed hor opinion of him in so decidod thought of subduing his proud young will choose to follow up hor victory is For any information sanulreef J V.HAYI)K.V.Sf't,. Summer days are fatt approaching and now is a way ns to alnnn ilr. Olcott for tho I.. CLIIIUK1J, Agent. not yot known, bnt if sho doos sho will daughter. and safoty of his much prized the time that excursionist!, authority. Or Stanford. Kv. a route for their sumsportsmen should figure out Mr. Olcott took an early opportunity undoubtedly win renown. Indianapolis W. W. PENN, Tnsv. Pass Agent, Ho was wont to speak of himself as a mer vacation. In doing so, the delightfully cool to enlighten Jennio ns to hor duty to- Journal. Junction C tv, Kv summer and fishiug resorts located along the Wis- marvelous examplo of tho patriarch, NorfolkiWestern R.R. consin Central Lines come vividly to view, among ward his new friend, aud with n twinkle Wool Dresses. which are Fox Lake, III , Lake villa. 111., Muck, "lako 'em mind," ho would say. "Keep in hor eye sho promised to do her best to Cedar Lalc, N'eenah, Waupawanaso, Wauki-hWool dresae aro moro durablo, moro yer household beneath your feet; govern TIIK Wisconpleaso him in tho matter. Schedule May u, il,j ca Flfield, Ilctternut nnd Ashland. Vi. manageable and every way moro satis sin has within the last five years become the center 'em well, an they'll git along." week passed. Jennio nnd Mr. Bry- factory than thoso of silk, nnd while A of attraction tor more pleasure seekers huntersand Jennio's boldness in opposing his judgLEAVK NOUTON DAILY an were very happy. Tho days woro the latter material has attractions fishermen than any other State in tho Union, nud for to again see the ment so stupefied him that his angor had delightful ones each visit increases the dedre to them, nnd tho old people of limited menus, tho wool dress j & pm f r Graham, Illuefield and iatersatdlatf charming landscape, breathe the balam fttgranco not yet had tmo to blaze forth, but Mrs. thatis a part oi the invlcoratlng atmosphere, wan- Olcott knew it would come, and so after fanner nibbed his hands nt tho snecoes with handsome trimming will still oc- stations.am tor Illucfiild, Had lord, Keeaoke, and 11 40 der through the colonnades of statelv pines aud AWSWSiaBWWBSBeSJP,her husband had left tho kitchen she of his scheme and gavo his consent to cupy n largo sharo of tho attention of t.)ichburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Also (via hook the speckled beauties with a hand made fly. Drtwnr fttu h'ryflP famVpiij '$TRoanoke) for Wa.hlagton, Hagcrsiewa, Hants, uu early marriago with no hesitation. For pamphlet containing valuable information, pleaded with tho girl to "givo in." Jen well dressed aud fastidious women. ixirg, Philadrlpbia and Nov York. T. S, PATTY. D. V A.. etc., apply to Ho ofttfi speaks now of his match- Indeed, it may be said that in this Pullman Sleeping Cars fiom I,eul'vil! I Cnattanooga. Tenn. nio had been very thoughtful during the ' making. "There's Jonnie," ho will say. and Kadfbrd; alio ad lord orJAS. C. POND, General Passenger ad Ticket littlo woman's appeal, but now sho wathe tosit$on of silk and wool aro New via Norton Shenaadoah Junciien,K also Rad-le York, via Agent, Chicago, ill. resolved, and it was tho Olcott in her "She'd hev picked up with bomo empty to be somew hat reversed. In old times ford In Washington; also from I y nchburg is RichLINK TO In almost every neighborhood throughout the nature which spoke. "I wouldn't many noddled city chap ef I hadn't just took a silk dres was tho ambition and hojxj mond nnd GoodWest there Is some one or more persons whose her in hand. I bnmg Bryan out an told of tho woman or girl with a slender will rains for Pocahoi las,at Powhatan and a 49 p m leave llluefield daily 4 0$ a m lives have been saved hy Chamberlain's Colic, Jordan Moggs though father should her that she'd got to behavo to him. It's bank nccouut. Now, when elegant jo p m, 7 15 pm Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, or who have been threaten to murder me." trains arrive at Norton trow the Last daily at cured of chronic diarrheca by it. Such persons take .And Tho eggs were stiff now, and as sho tho only way to do jest mako 'em mind woolen materials aro much moro ex- I ",o p m and e 4; p especial pleasure in recommending the temedy to and they'll git along." For further information as to sckedale. rates, praise that follows its introduction others. The pensive than really good silks, tho tastes A'c , apply to agents of Norfolk .1 Western set tho plate down on the table she turned and use makes it very popular, as anil 50 cent Thoy would not deceive him for any- of persous of limited income can bo W II IIKVU.I.. or to hottles for sale br UT. M L. liourne, Druggist from her mother and busied herself thing tho happy young couplo but gratified by silken fabrics, whilo tho Gen Pastenger Agt , Itoant ke, Ya. Stanford, Ky and Optician, among tho ingredients for cako baking And which were beforo her. Jennio was whon he boasts they think with loving wool costuino with tho exponsivo trimBuclcHn'a Arnica Salve. blushing as sho began softly, "There is gratitude of clover Aunt Kate. Drake's ming which often accompanies it will bruises, The best salve in the world tor cuis, bo tho special fancy of tho wealthy. some ono in Poolo 1 like very much, Magazine. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup Thoro is in addition much to indicate mother, aud he's coming out hero too." A Man of Adventure. ami best VrstibuM Ilarlet Sleeping Cars tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir"Ho needn't mind comin," said Fanner ami Parlor Can on all trains. John Switzler, who now lives within the popularity of fino black woolen ed. It is guaranteed to kik perfect satisfactioc, Price S cents per box. Olcott grimly . as he ouietlv stenned into one milo of Pendleton, thirty-si- x money refunded. or No change of cars, belt accommodation!, qnuk. years mnterials. Ladies hnvo grown weary eat time and lowest rates. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. tho kitchen. His face wore a cunning ngo saved tho lives of thirty porsons nt of faded stripes and streaks in their a For Informtiua address leer, and his wind reddened cheeks were tho Cascades, on the north sido of tho light tinted apparel, and nro for out of Eloctric Bitters. ta. PARKER, G P. A., Chicago V O CRUSH, I) P. This remedv is becoming so well known and so distorted by tho sneering curves of his Columbia river, nt a place at that timo door weurnt least, turning to very dark A. Louisville. popular as to "need no special mention. All who 'hard lined mouth. MILES AB14 called tho Upper Cascades. John is now colors and blHck. song of nave used Klectric Hitter sing the same Black Hi arietta cloth, fino cmnol's Seating himself on ono of tho painted old nud well wearied with years. But praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Klectric wooden chairs, ho drew tho bootjack to- -' then he was a young man and nfter hair nud a fair sprinkling of black silk fritters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, lloils, Salt Hheumand ward him aud took off bis heavy shoes making thirty persons safe ho ran tho will, it is said, bo tho loading materials other affections caused by impure blood Will with a calmness and deliberation which gantlet for a mile with other parties, for street wear for tho coming season. drive Malaria from the system and prevent as ho was thor- soino of whom were wounded, whilo There aro somo shades of tan which do well as cure all Malarial Fevers. For a cure of warned ilrc. Olcott that Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Elec- oughly aroused. Tho poor little nervous, others wero killed by tho Yakima and not fade badly, and these will be used iChisapakc Twenty mlleithe Shorten to Ohio ltoulcv tric Bitters. Entire satisfaction gauranteed or broken spirited woman had learned that Klikitat Indians. Yet ho arrived at tho for tailor costumes and semidressy Price 50c and ji per bottle monev refunded. wear. Navy blue, tho various shades of this particularly quiet and inoffensive fort snfo aud sound nnd in timo to enro A. U.'Pennv's drugstore Philadelphia manner of removing his footgear always for tho wounded in tho fort, where green, gray, heliotrope, dull pink, cardl Baltimore, Now York, Worker. yellow will bo popular colors. preceded a burst of passion. AWondor twelve soldiers woro imprisoned tkreo "il1 "? Michigan I'cinti, Chicago, St, I.ouii, Old Point and the Seashore and all Eaitern Cities. ew ork Lc(1Scr' Hiram Olcott set his cowhido boots bv days and nights. East Oregouian. Iluitalo, Cleveland. Mr Frank Huffman, a young man of Burlinj-ton- , Detroit, the care of tho stove Indianapolis and the West, O,, Utes that he had been under IN EFFECT NOV. 15, 1S31. to dry, kicked tho jack under Ne a F.nglind, Canada, two prominent physicians and used their treatA "oveI Loup Ycur Party. An Elephantine Nurse. ment until he was notable to get around. They the tablo and, turning toward his daugh At a successful leap year party given New Yorlc, ISoslon, pronounced his case to be Consumption and incu- ter, snoutea: Miss C. F. in her Fast Llmlt'd Accom Acco rable. He was persuaded to try Dr. King's New n EAST HOUND Mail "Don't let mo ketch nono o yer city book on Coylon, gives a few lines to n in Vanity Fair just beforo tho gay Ex. Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia Dail Daily Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds Dally Dally. Ex iu. KxSu ended tho host received his friends Quickest time to Harrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky and at that time was not able to walk across the fellers comin to see you. Ef they do I'll pet elephant, who Beems to havo been n before he had Kichinoud, VIRGINIA Shortest and i.ve t.exington.....! 7 35 a 6 00 street without restljg He found feminiiio II 4U S jop oveI"8 drC6.s ' Winchester....! 8 aj a 64$ Quickest line to used half of a dollar Dottle that he was much bet- -t talk to 'em; not a word now," he growled, creature of much amiability and intelli- - j" S0.01 II 30 P 7 cop enjoying shaking his long finger menacingly at gence. Ho had been captured young. Mt. Sterling S 54 a 7 ! er he continued to use it and U " L3 V 7 3J P his head and an immeuso bouquet in his good health. If you have any throat, lung or Jenuie, as sho uaily essayed to speak. uud was known ns Kurunegalla Jack. Arr Ashland.. chest trouble try it. Trial bottle free at A. K. u 10 10 07 J 40 a " Cattettaburg. ta i 10 3,5 8 59 a Penny's drug store. "I'm master in my own house and Ho used to go tlio hospital rounds with hands. Each man camo with n chapwith " Huntingten. SOLID 50 0 30 a you'll not talk till such time as I'm done. his master, a medical officer, who had eron, and many of them carried bouquets out chaneeVKSTini'LED TRAINS thro'Merit1 " Washington...1 la it 10 47 6 via Chattanooga, liirmlUKham, J 10 some or tno urand Army boys tmy be Interested Yon'vo been " Phlladerphla.10 45 away an kinder forgot how tanght him to bo generally useful, and sent by women who had invited them. lan making direct connections en route for Knos. 5 So in the following from Alex It. Pope, A. D. C, Arr New York ....1 w i 30 p Commander Dep't Tcnn. aud Ga He says, "We tilings is run here, but you might as well oven to administer pills. A Malay soldier Ono of tho bouquets, imitating tho ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the pretty shower bouquet 60 popular during had an epidemic of whooping cough here get broko in now. I hive tell yon I won't ono day dropped his pill, wheroupon WEST HOUND 'Stewart. Tcnn.) and Chamberlain's Cough Reme Dally. dy has been he only medicine that has done any "havo any city fellers you, and Jack picked it up and dropped it into tlio winter, was of small white turnips danger from whooping cough fringed with parsley and white ribbons. At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmine Lve Huntingten.. 6 00 good." There is 10 I ketch your Aunt Knto makin tho man's open mouth, with a puff that tlT'i. J5 whrn this remedy Is freely ulven. It completely if " Catlettsburg Another was of beets bordered by let ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah, 34 7 M p . CCIlt bottles for matches for you I'll just fetch you home blew it safely down. rnnlrnli tin, .tltKllp. a 2nd Ashland. .. 6 37 3 uj 7 37 I11. tuce leaves, and a third was of a head of tirunswick, L.ake tlty, l nouiasviiieanu ri.uiil M. L Bourne, Druggist aue Optician, sale by Dr from bom a fino lady down thero and i.' w..., DA points. ..... J.. Stanford, Ky. cabbage bet in n bouquot holder. 10 7 The only line running soIidVestibutod trains with Jit. Sterling 13 a A Lunatic's Advice. S8 I 1J set you workin." " Winchester..! It 15 Palace Sleeping Cars to St. Pullman ss P7 J Jlen carried fans and woro largo bows AugustineItoudoir or change lor any class of pat Arr Lexington .... a 03 yir. Lionel Broughonco played a gamo Beforo Jennio could speak ho had gone 6 to P,4 05 a a 45 without " Louisville... ..' 5 5 p II 5uA 7 4 9 S into tho dining room, slamming tho door of billiards in an asylum with ono of tlio of ribbon with long streamers sot just ser iters or baircaze. Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur below tlio collar at tho back. Tho wom patients. Ho conceded his adversary behind him. Florence, Memphis and AHK.ANSAS points. When Bab7 was sick, we gave her Cattorla. points, with tho result that en carried crush hats of white silk. As Shortest and quickest to Anniston Selma, MoTears of mortification and rage stood twenty-fiv- e Limited Vestlbuled Trains run dally in connec nil things usual wero reversed for this bile. Ducct connections made at NEW Oil. in her brown eyes nnd hot words leaped ho was hopelessly bcatvii. Then tho When she was a Child, tho cried for Castorla. Ohio "F. F. V." to New LEANS without omnibus transfer for GaJvcston lion with Chesapeake York. on ono sido nnd frolic, tho cotillou was led by tho host- - Houston, Austin, to her lips, but as sho glanced down at patient took him quietly Whn she became Miss, she clung to Caatoria. Fast Mail Trains run dally and make local steps ess, nnd no man was permitted to danco tho ngdhized faco of the littlo woman said: between Lexington and Huntington. When sho had Children, sho gave them CastorlA. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Huntington and Morehead Accommodations "Look here, if you go on giving points or go to supper uninvited. Tho favors besido her tho fierce mood chnuged. dally, Sho bent to kiss tho pain drawn lins. so reckless as that, you'll bo in this asy- wero most of them small musical in- - The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, run Lexington direct 6truments, nnd included French horns, Miss. , bhreveport La., makingDallas, connectioni Mt. Sterling and Morehead and Lexington HDd lum instead of me London Accommodations run daily except lnunnuriug, "Never mind, mother doar; Fort Worth, Sunday. without omnibus transfer lor triangles, bells, Jlutes aud tambourines. Austin, San Antonia, El Paso and points in L uourne, the druggist, desires us to PJ1 bo patient for your sake." Dr. M. Through Sleeping Cars tr and from Washington Now York Tost. publish the following testimony, tunc nanaiesme Cromwell's Nicknames. and New York without change. "That's a good girl, Jenuio," repliod TEXAS, AniZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. remedy and believes it to be reliable "I boucht a .Mrs. Cromwell, of all men, has perhaps Olcott with a sigh of relief; "try Quito a largo number of well known 3oc bottle of Chamberlain's Pain uatm ano applied Por full information in regard to rates, routes. been For through rates, correct county maps and fu xc , apply to any agent 01 t it to my limbs, which haveone year.afflicted with nnd git nlong peaceable like, an jes' give had most nicknames applied to him. English ladies havo recently como to orcontiecting ilncs At the time information call on Ageut at Junction City, Ky. rhmiinatiim at interval for Ho was known as "Old Copperfaco," grief in tho hunting Geld, among CriL E. HUNTINGTON, unable J. S. LE1T1I, tho or addreas C.L. 1IKOWN, I boucht the Pain Balm I was Balm has to wane. I in for the aa'to of quiet. Yer pa's gettiu completely wnss nnd wubs." Trav. Pais. Agt., Jnncilon City.Ky "Tho Brewer," "His Noscehip," "Old best known of them being tho Duchess v. ana u. ji., can truthfully say that Pain i'. ., D. G. EDWARDS. D. MILLER, Lexineton. Kv. cured me. R H. Farr Holywood kan.'' Mr. others, St. of Hamilton, tho most perfect horseJen tlio wrote a partinl account of what Noll," "Stud" and a score of G. P .V T. A.. Traffic Maner , G.W. HARNEY, W.S.HARRISON. A. B. Cox. the leading druggist St Holywood, Clncicnatl had occurred to her Aunt Kate, and Lou Republic woman in England. G. M., Lexington, Ky. T. P.A.,AshlandjKy. vouches for the truth of theabove statement. np-tenr- Flow on ami danco with Joy, Ana tell mo of the hnppy Lours When I vrns yet a boy. 1 tvntchiil theo with tho loved ones then. Now all ntono 1 como again To wnnder by tlio river; And I am old nud the) nro gone, Dut it uncL.MiRcd Is gliding on As young uud bright ns over. Unchanged it seems, yet wlio can stay The water's ceaseless motion? Tho little waves of yesterday Today have reached tho ocean; Unmarked, nnmlsoed, they swiftly fly, Unmarked, unmlssed, we, too, must die. And leuvo tho mighty river, Where yorth and Joy and lovo and strife. And all the various modes of life. Flow on unchanged forever. W. E. II. Lecky In London Spectator. flow on. swift stream, ntnld the ' I KATE. ' ' this was the nnswer of that clever woman: "My Dn.n Niece Your father needs managing and I will undertako to do it, I havo written to him to como down to tho city and ndviso mo nbont tho salo of n pieco of property, nud yon need not bo surprised at anything that happens." Mrs. Kate Calding. was tho only ono in tho world who evor did understand her brother Hiram, nud sho had planned n clever littlo ruso to bo played on tho unsuspecting farmer. Mr. Bryan, whom Jennfo had confessed to her mother sho cared n great deal for, was well suited to hor. lie had not yet declared his lovo, but it was not unguossed by tho shrewd littlo maiden. To Mrs. Calding, however, ho had opened his heart, nud sho bade him wait n little. Sho know how prejudiced her brothor was against all arrangements not conducted by himself, and rightly concluded that ho might put serious difficulty in the wny of the young people. After satisfying herself that tho nnino of Jonnio'a lover was quito unknown to hor brother, sho resolved to introduco him ns a young man who would bo n good match for Jennie, if only tho girl would bo wiso enough to think so. Al lowing him to beliovo they had never m.et 8ho t"ls.e1 to his ""equaled ob- - ! WOMEN AS ORATORS. Training and Breaking Stable. I have epned up A. At. Pence's Stable and Trotting Course and am now prepaied to handle horses in the best manner. I have Mr. Pence's old trainer, Roily Morgan, one of the Lest In the business. Will handle horses at Us a mouth or break them lor $10, furnishing feeding during the time. I have all the ciulpmtnts, such as harness, catts, .Vc (Jive iu a t'lal S TII.KOIID MKSSER, Stanford, Ky. It I It is not everybody who has yet grown np to the idea that tho female- orator is nn essential part of the social fabric, nnd yet wo have her suddenly with us nnd taking the prizes away from tho sex that lina hitherto enjoyed a practical monopoly of tho oratorical arts aud graces. It - Clilelly Their Luck of Voice That HnMillcnp Their Success. HUSTON VILL.E.KY., Dealci- - in Groceries, Hardwaro Commissioner's Sale Queensoare, O'sssware, Cutlery, table and , pocket, Itarncssand Conlectioneries Also handles Atohne Plows, Chilled and Steel Cultivators, Double Shovels, Corn Planters, lliickrye Mowers and Hinders Give him a trial ni Wednesday, I , . . . tw-tn- 1 111 1 siH-akin- : I ...--.- -.. one-sto- ry A-- V two-iur- y ex-n- 4 -i . Nn I H-t- d 1 tj Water, Light and Ice step-moth- er North-we- st vu . tii 1 faucet..-.--....- .... NOHTHWEST, .... 1 son-in-la- 2 th-- et VM..-...- .J9 1 11 M M y Double Daily Trains 1 11 1 11 M '..'. ar-- tl olcamre-seeke- rs rW a, ji - - jmr-ticula- r, Nor-fd- k - j THE WORLD'S FAIR CJfiUCOAG, j j 4 . 111 Kali-roa-d QSEf5if PSJOPl OTKTOKKNATI, Fn-ei- t j y ! Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co. A-- Washington, Gordon-Cuminin- g, boo-6o- ' mo J to-d- I KNEW (DBIL1BAKS, (OAMODUCKfAS, 1 CO p-- A-- f Tit-Bit- s, j 1- - . Vv . &gP ' r-- ' O !' ii " s EGYPT OLD AND NEW. Strango Sltrhts and Sconoa In tho Land of tho Pharaohs. jTlte I'ninnui Mm Old tlmi of tlm Nllr city or Cnlro-Iniin- iln- A Humble Anions ryrnmlils Tim Olilrtt Nation nn Kartli. At our centennial In 1870 tho Egyptian exhibit nttroctr?d prciit attention. An Inscription in Unit department rciul: "From tho oldest nation to tho youngest nation." Woll might, tho young Special Cairo (Kgynt) Lettor.l I? with rovcrenco imd nivo stand lioforo tho iwotillnr exhibit of tho hind of Cheops nnd Ptolemy wlio.se nolilo pyramids had thoir origin long boforo Abraham went down into I'gypt, An increasing' interest in folt in Kgypt today politically mid for nrcliiulpgicnl reasons. Tho Sue, cunul is tho highway to India. Knglaud cannot afTord for ono moment to taho lier oyo o(T this groat wutorway which brliifrs lisjr many thaiiMindsof mile nearer to her splendid Indian empire. Then wo are just beginning to neo light upon many difllcult questions concerning thu lilstorj' of I" Y Xnii "d T I '.'v. VTATKII CAKRISIL Tho study of tho monuments is producing n scientific knowledge of the hieroglyphs. Tho topo lino nnd the sp:ido aro every month bringing noma new fact to light. Soholarn aro rorNlng their theories in tho light of these fact. The Egyptian exploration fund is enabling such men ns Xavillo to pursuo their seientilie excavations with the aid of ample appliances. l"rt)inChiiiiix)lUanl and I.oplu.'s to Unigch, Mariette, Ma.spen nnd Navlllo wo havo a scries of brilliant effort to unravel the riddle of this wonderful laud. The find of 1M1, when tho Icings of tho eighteenth and nineteenth dynasties wore discovered in tho Theban hills, electrified theciviHietl world. The dl&flovory of tho tablets ' Is of even greater lmiortanco, showing that ns early ns tho fifteenth century It. C there was writing practiced and correspondence curried on between .Jerusalem" nnd Egypt in the Assyrian tongue. Old Egypt Is not dend. Or, if dead, she yet sjieaketh. The noblest study of mankind Is man, und man Rky seek to know what yonder mummy "Jfc thought nlmut duty nnd destiny, how jlio lived nt home, how he traded, made love, went to war, who were his artists and pouts nnd philosophers. Then again, tho land of the Nile is a charming resort for tourists. Every winter merchants from London, Iteriiu, I'nriH, Now York nnd Chiungo may bo found in steamer und dahabiyoh soothed nnd delighted in the ' tropical nir of the Nile region. Clergy- muu and touchers and stiuleuLs from all climes ru&ort to Egypt, exploring tombs, rending inscriptions. Thu click of the 0:11110m niny be heard ninid the noVilecol-uiiin- s nt Ivnrnuh, for our frieml, tho nmntour photographer, must certainly not fail to curry iswity Interesting souvenirs of this wonderful Journey. A visit to Cairo is of course the first thing In un I'gyptlHii town. Alo.xnndrin groat Interest. Tlioro wo lnnd nnd spend hours with profit: but the traveler usimlly hurries on to Cnlro, talcing n trxin by day In order Unit ho may sec tho iciilliiritUs of this remarkable region of the NilodMtn. for tho romarknblo sights nro well worth careful observation. The lnnd is Inter- 1 secies in un directions wiui iittio I canals, by which th noil is irrigated I with tho Nil water. Thti pettMints, n" shades of skin, mny b seen at MLf'fixori. Hero pnssos a long procession of brain-wenrie- d pos-susse- .s this oldest nation. War ' $H iM'H A NATIVK I1IM.V0 heavily-laden 11 111TFAI.O. wido-horne- d cnmols. Tho black b Haloes mny be seen standing up to their necks in tho water, with now and then a native in nature's tawny costume nstrUlc his favorite buffalo steed out for a ride. Hero and thcro may bo seen tho wretched houses of tho fellaheen or peasants, usually situated on a slight elevation, surs mounted with conical-shapennd blinded by graceful palms or sycamores. As ono approaches n town tho trees are moro numerous nnd tho houses have domes and tho minarets of tho Mohammedan mosquo appear, glancing white in the sunlight. In three nnd a. half hours tho express train lands you in Cnlro, which tho Egyptians call Mutr, the old nnmo for Egypt. Here is n city of four hundred thousand inhabthouitants, of which nbout twenty-fiv- e sand nro foreigners, principally Greeks nnd Italians. At the very npc.x of tho delta it is tho key of the Nile country, nnd ono can readily sco thnt as the sent of the old sultans and challfs It was tho commerce. It center of Is. still a great market nnd the great exchange of Europe nnd Africa. Whllo .Oriental Hfo is seen in irreater purity In Damascus, nnd whllo Constantinople may surpass it In single remarkablo d dove-coteIndo-Europe- What do you want two for, with your small family? Do Tootville One is for my wife'a Tho Only rim. trunks. Cloak Review. "I had n regular gorge last night nt Mnrtinl's." IIKIOIU: AM) AITi:it. "Not the fifty cont table d'hote plnce?" "Yes." "How did you manage it?" "Ordered dinner for six." Puolc Ilruvy "lllack Is very becoming to you," re' marked a Harlem gentleman to a newly made widow "Yes, If my dear deceased husband had had any idea how well I would look In mourning I really don't bellovo ho would have died." was tho candid reply. Texas Siftlngs. rrli'iidly Adilcn. Housekeeper Hobby! Hobby! Where In tho world Is that boy? Tramp Pletuso, mum, that big watch AFTKIt TAKINO. IlEFOnE TAKING. dogo' yours just swallowed somothing Puck. wot looked liken boy. Maybe It wasn't, Worn- Tlmn IIorp Itaci'. but you'd letter got rid o' that dog anynilnkcrs Why Is It your friend Wlrik- how, mum, an' got n nice quiet cat. ors is alwavs down at the heel? Docs Good Nows. ho lose his money on horse races? t He 'Ms;lit. All DInkers He never bets on a horse "Willie," said mamma, "tell Mnry race Ho loses his money on the human Ann not to forget to order sweetbread race for lunch." "Eh?" "Very well," sntil Willie, and then ho "lie'has nine children." N. Y. Weeklwont downstairs and told cook thnt his yinnmma wanted plenty of cake nt the nuiilined. midday meul. Harper's Young People. Dissatisfied Colonel I expected, capIMiic.itlunul me tain, that the general would First New Yorker To what college men of experience this expedition do you propose sending your son to ac- I wanted an otlicer to load inun who quire n classical education? have seen sorvice I dare so you never Second New Yorker To Yale, of led anything. course; haven t you read how tho Yale Captain I led the german lost sum- baseball team whitewashed the Har- mer at Newport. llrooklyn Life. KNTI'.KINO A 5I0SQUK. JIOHAMMKIlAX Ing duj- - the dam which closes tho canal vard twice In succession last season? Not Troitlilesonip. ut Cnlro is cut, with much ceremony, Texas Siftlngs. Servant This room will be rented ROOD OlMiMNO 1'OIt A I.IVK MAN. und this Is the signal for letting tho inonly to nn nrtist. undation over the surface of the counRoom Hunter And why not to try. A pillar of wirth before tho dam man? Is culled tho "bridge of the Nile," and Sen-an- t Because artiits nre less Arab hUtorintis relate that this was troublosomo they never want their Milwt tuted, hi tho Moslem eonquost, for room put In order. Once a Week. n virgin whom it was the custom Took the Wind Out or IIU Snltx. to wierlilce to insure n plentiful Waggs (to younj matron with the inundMtion. A lnrgo lont gnyly decked Good morning. Mrs. perambulator) out, upon wlrlch the victim used to bo Fullbloom! Aro you taking: the son out conveyed, was anchored ner and n gun ? for an airing, or the heir out for a was fired every Ilfteen minutes during tho night. On this occasion rockets and Mrs. rullbloota Nolthor, Mr Waggs. other fireworks aro lot oft, but the host, Hnby Is a girl. Life. fttrnngttly enough, after daybreak. Tho governor of Cairo attends the cerISnril to Suit. emony of cutting the dam with tho "The play lost night wasn't realistic ltndi and others. The crlur continues enough for me." his dally rounds with his former olinut. "What was the trouble?" llrooklyn Life. Thus Into all tho various canals moves "You know that chap who was killed Memory. A uriT tho water; when the Inundation is comIn the third act?" Mamma Did you go sue tho doctor plete the gates of these canals are shut "Yos." down so ns to prevent Uio return flow. about your cold? "Well. I saw him on the street this Little Hoy Yes'm. On n bright morning wo go to tho morniug." Puck. MammaAnd did you havo the dentist ride westward pyramids, n A (lood In fitment. from Cnlro, part of the way through n pull out that aching tooth? forgot about "It lias cost yon n good deal to put Littlo Hoy N o'm. beautiful grove of acacias. To everyone your son through college?" these great monuments nnd the sphinx that. Good News. "Yes." familiar. Wo look with awe upon nre No tilie Awhj. "Do you think it Is likely to pay you?" this towering mass of tho pyramid of "Old Goldbug is to marry the beauti"Well. I expect so. He bus nlready Cheops, covering thirteen acres and ful daughter of Hnrduppe, I believe?" from u rearing its solid form four hundred and "Yos; the wedding takes place to- received one oifer Y. Preas.professional baseball club." N. sixty feet In the air, tho neighborboon Invited." morrow. I've ing ono nearly as large. A very feeblo One Tlilnqr Suro. "Docs her father give liar away?" conception havo we of the maguitudo Sympathetic Mother I can't under"Give her away! No. He's selling of the work when we nre told that It re- her." N. Y. Press. stand why you should have so much quired the labor of one hundred thoutrouble with your wife Perhaps sho Orcitslonnl I.ucld Intcrvuls. sand men for twenty years to erect tho only married you to please hor parents. First Club Man Isold Guzzler Intellipyramid of Cheops, nnd ten yenrs wero Son "Not much. She ain't that kind. consumed In building tho road along gent? N. Y. Weokly. Second Club Man Well, there nro which these mighty blocks were drawn. It Was liiuiuffli. Volumes have been written ubout theso times when he can tell ice cream from "Only one word. Gladys!" he pleaded. exhanstivo hot Scotch: but not often. Texas SiftImmense structures, from "One littlo word!" works like thnt of Sir llownrd Vyso to lngs The young woman looked at the A Otientlon of Time. recent magazine article. Their the most youth on his knees beHe Are you ever going to marry anymnssiveness, perfection of architectural fore her, nnd she opened her beautiful proportions, perfection of finish havo one? lips and softly said. She It's only a question of time been from time Immemorial the wonder "Rats!" Chicago Tribune. He What do you moan? of the world. Two Arabs help us to A I'M'ful .Mirror. She Well, time is money, you know which nro climb theso huge blocks, Jury. Little Nel- l- What does tho organist singly nearly four nnd n half feet thick. fixed nt our church have u lookln'-glas- s A Cuso of Ileal Sympathy. After mortal terror, lest tho very arms shnll be jerked out of your body, you Melton What havo you done, old over his head on the organ for? Little Dick I guoas that's so he can stnnd nt length upon the summit, which man; broken your umbrella? Is n plntform nbout twenty-fou- r feet Heaver Yes; nnd I'm so sony. It tell the choir when the minister Is square, nnd look over castwnrd to tho belonged to one of my dearest friends. lookin'. Good News. minarets of Cairo, or westward to tho Judge Cause mill CuVut. awful waste of tho desert, or southward Ho owed Uuvknkln I'cte three dollars Vour llfttcr-Halplain of Memphis and to tho great And afterward deniMf It. Although you may be short ot pelf where other pyramids nre distinctThat's v.Uy ihe coroner' Jury It's safe to tot upon It, Was called in to dttctde it. E'en though you havo no suit yourself. ly visible. A visit to tho interior of Jury. Your tvlfe will have lhaibonuet. Chcops.in thefaccof flying bats and closo Judge. A Tiling Apart. nir.niust follow, when we stand at length Her llleli Stiindurd. Miss A, I find your friend quite enIn the presence of the great granlto Mr. Poplnjaj' Ain't that nctress got tertaining when he forgets himself. sarcophagus supposed to have contained Is he nn American or nn Englishman? tho mumuy of tho king. Where tho slcgant teeth? Mrs. Popinjay Ain't she? They're Miss It. Neither. He's a Hostonian. mumlny has disappeared no ono knows. jest as good as false ones, Hoston News. Brooklyn Lifo. Amos W. Pattex. Von Illoomer s' s' buildings, yet for variety, contrast, color and life; for tho combination of tho oldest, tho highest culturo of Islam and tho motley grouping of nil nntlons, Cairo surpasses both. No sooner nro 3011 Innded than tho cry of tho donkey boy Is henrd In tho land These, donkey drivers nra bhsirp follows. They havo picked up n fow words of English, French, Italian and German. Quick In reading men they can with almost unerring certainty sizo up a traveler, tell his nationality, him In his own language, offer n donkey, whosa nnmo shall accordingly bo "Yankco Doodle," "Napoleon," "Prince Ilismarck" or "Umberto," as tho caso may be. Look first at this wonderful river, then take n run through tho city. Afterwards go with mo to tho pyramids. Egypt Is tho gift of tho river. Ah so now, tho overllow Is tho sourco of life. I sis weeping for her lost Oslrts, her tenrs swelling tho stream, was tho explanation glvon by tho ancient Egyptians. The riddlo Is no longer unsolved, for tho discovery of tho sources of tho Nile explains all. Tho river begins to rlso nbout tho tlmo of tho summer solstice, Juno SI. Tho wnter does not jiour over tho banks, which are n littlo higher than tho river, but Is conveyed Into tho land by canals. The Inundations vary. Here, Infor Instance, Is a table of sl.xty-slundations, of which eleven were very high, thirty good, sixteen fceblo nnd nine insufllcIenU This table was taken from U10 ofllelal records of tho Nllco-metat Cain), on tho Island of Rhodn, nnd comprehends the Inundations from If the river does not attain n greater height thau eighteen or twenty feet tho rise Is scanty If only two or four feet more. It Issutllcient; if it ntUiin twenty-fou- r or more, not exceeding twenty-seven- , it is good; if higher, It Is destructive. Sometimes It has failed altogether, ns for seven yenrs In tho region of the ehaliph famine, callwhere was a seven-yearfamine In ing to mind tho seven-yeartho time of Joseph. Ivow Inundations always cause diutlu Excessive Inundations, on the other hand, produce, or, nt least foster, plague nnd murrain. The rise of tho Nile Is naturally tho occasion of annual customs somo of which are doubtless relics of antiquity. Tho tlmo of the rlso Is fixed to tho night of Juno I" uiul Is called "Tho Drop," because, according to tradition, a miraculous drop Is supinised to fall nnd cause the swelling of tho river. At tho tlmo of tho real rise, few dnys Inter, n crier in each district of tho city goes his round nod chant.s the Indication of tho Nllcomoter on the Island of Ilhodn, feet he proWhen twenty or twenty-onoomplotlon or claims: " abundance of the Nile On tho follow- rn sa-lu- to x er 1T37-1S00. She Would thnt mortals xvcro endowed with power to thrust aside tho veil which shrouds thp future nnd look forward ndown tho corridors of tlmo with tho enso with which wo gnze upon tho past In retrospection. How glorious He Ycpl ISut, In tho meantime, I'd llko It mighty well If we'd bo endowed with the power to scratch the spot on our backs which always itches about a sixteenth of an inch bejtjnd our uttermost reach. National Tribune. I like that young man exceedingly. Whllo he wns in tho parlor watting for you I happened to go In nnd surprised him reading the Illblc. Tho silly boy looked dreadfully confused, just as if true piety was something to be ashamed of. I set his mind nt rest on that point nnd he seemed quite relieved. Tho oung Mnn (nt the club) That girl is thirtj years old. I saw It In their family Itible N. Y. Weekly. Horror on Horror' end. Algy (much agitated) OwaclousI Have you heard that tho trouble Cancby and Checkorton has resulted in n duel? J nek Mercy, no! Algy Yuns; you should have seen them fnco each othaw, pale but Lots wero dwawn; nndCnnoby, poor old fellaw, must wear n turndown collnw fuw the next six months! Harper's liaznr. The P.llml Mini Won't Sre. Great Export's Assistant There must be arsenic In this medicine you nro analyzing. This looks llko it. Great Expert It does, rather. Assistant It must be arsenic. Great Expert No. it can't be. I am analyzing the medicine for tho manufacturers, not for tho public. Iloston News. 1 1 be-tw- It Would Help. Looked t'liiifunril. Mother (In her daughter's boudoir) The Ago of Orffnliatlon. New Hoarder Weill well! This Is tho first placo Pvo struck whero they havo preserved strawberries and peach Jam instead of stowed prunes. Old Hoarder All owing to organization, my boy. Us boarders havo a mutual protective nssoclatlon. with Iron clnd rules and heavy penalties. "Oh, ho! You kicked against prunes, did you?" "Not much we didn't. Wo passed a law that whenever prunes came on the table every member should oat a quart or pay 610 line. That settled It, Tho landlady found prunes too expensive" N. Y. Weekly. Thcatrlral Note. A Miles' Nerve and LlverelPlll Acton a new the liver, tumach and Iwweli through the nerrri. A new ditcovcry iJr Milet' Pills upecdilr cure blliout ntii bad tutte, torpid liver, piles, cemtlpaiion. Unequaltd for luen, women, children, rmlltu principle-regulati- ng 3 WALLACE DENMARK 55. l at mildest, A R Penny's. surest Kitty doses 1$ cents. Sample We will pay ihe above reward for any case of Liver Complaint, Dvspepsia, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation or Costiserrs we can not cure lth West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions are cnctly compiled with. They are purely vegetable and never fail to give satisfacLarge boxes, containing 30 tion. Sugar c04tei ;e IVware of counterfeits and imitations. pil, genuine 1 he manufactured only by The John C. Wwt Co., Chicau, 111 For safe by A K. Penny. 93yr IJY . 3500 REWARD. to her escort: "I wish you would shut the door. I shall take cold from this double Fifth nvenuo lady at the opera said draught," do not see whero "Double draught! a double draught could come from," observed tho gentleman. "Why, sir, don't seel It blows fron the door; and don't you sec that fellow ten guarantee Is posititely given with 6 boxes, to $15 the Insurance. on the stngo blowing, too?" Texas refund the money if not cured Send stamp for free sample Guarantee itsued by A. It. Penny, Siftlngs. Drurgist and Sole agent, Stanford, Ky, Call for samples t A !.Hii- of Mrtnnry. S3 months old; 10 hands high. Tom She seemed Infatuated with BY WALLACE DENMARK 55, (See pedBRm you and yet she refused you? mtftJk fQs fcv igree of Wallace Denmark 55.) Dick Yts. 1 dam Map; 37, by VIdette by Vindex, he Tom I wonder if your declaration by Hlood's Black Hawk, he by Old wns nrdent enough. Blnck Hawk. Vidette's 1st dim by I told her she was tho Dick Woll. lir, K C. West's Nerve and Drain Treatment, a Whip; 2d dam Gallatin; 3d dam a specific Hysteria, Dirtiness, rlti Neuralgia. only woman I lind ever loved. Old Tiger. Vindcx's lht dam Headache, Nertous Prostration caused by alcohol Tom You forgot thet 3011 were n or tobacco, Wnketulnesi, Mental Depression, Soft Mambiiifo Chief 11; 2d dam by widower. ening 01 uram. cauting insanity, misery, uciay, Old Bay Mepsenger; 3d dam bv of Dick Ily Jove! thnt's n fact. Judge death Premature Old Age. Ilarrenness, Loss and Cannon's "Whip. Power in either sex, Impotency, Lucorrhtra 2 dnui Julia Wallace, bv Sir Wallace, he all Female Weaknesses, involuntarv Loses. Sper A Cae of NVcrsnlty. of brain. Self matorrhoea caused by by Todhunter's Sir Wallace, ho by Von Illoomer I understand that you ADuse, treatment A montnSir Albert 'thoroughbred). six lor 5f by mail We guarantee six boxes to ft, havo bought a cottnge nt the seashore cure Each order for six boxes with $5 will send 3 dam by Virginitis, he by Mason's Whip. for this summer. written guarantee to refund it not cured Guar- 4 dam a Whip mare. antees issued only by A K. Penny, Druggist and I bought two, side by Do Tootville 1 .Ma-eon- 15$ lmntls high. Sl'MPTEK DENMARK, JR. He by Goddard's Denmark, lie by Gaines & Cromwell's Denmark, lie by the race .TAt3 ' Tkyn r.v vi.sr.e-a.a.horse Denmark, he by Imp. Hedgoford. iOLvA SS 71 TET-1 dam Fnnnio Wallace No. 80, bv Sir Wallace, he by Todhunter's Sir "Wallace, he by Sir Albert (thoroughbred.) A new and Complete treatment, consisting of suppositories, Ointment in Capsules, also in box 2 dam by Virginitis (dam of Virginiuo by and pill; a positite cure for Lxierral, Internal, j.raiiuy, inorongiiuredj; lie by lllind or Weeding, Itching, Chronc, Recent or hin. Hereditary Piles Ibis remedy hs netcr been known to fail Si per box, 6 lor $5; sent by mail. 3 dam a Whip mare. Why suffer from this terrible diea.e when a writ- S "ara orr jszjls v CURB 's AN II - !LE2risi7 262. f'-- r lr .:l ovei-exerti- on - side sole agent, Stanford, Ky 97-'- )'f 0009000900 BUOYANCY $15 the Insurance. OF BODY TOM ROBINSON, Son of Wallace Denmark above; 1st dam by Miller's Denmark, he by the race borne Denmark; his dam Florizel; 2d dam bv Montgomery's Oliver; 3d dam bv Old Dreimon. Tom is a line bhaped "horse, black with heavy mane and tail, 15 hands high; is a natural saddler and will war- " can never bo rcalUod vchon tho act ns nature intends tlieyA Is lieaiiachs, V should. InInstead, thcro nftcr eating-- v weight tho ntomuch up of wind. luwA ncldlty nnd belching spirits, loss of cpertry, unsociability and forebodings of evil. Au unhappy M condition, but bow-.rlsdo- , llcr.-Hlciilfll- 11 ill K - o OQOO9OOO0O r-- relieve it nnd rIvo health nnd(P happiness. They nro worth 9 trial. Trill TUTT'S o Tim Liver Pis H rant him a saddle breeder. $8 tho Insurance. Stock committed to my care and breeding will receive my pcVsonal attention. Gras furnished at reasonable rates, to be paid for before removal of stock. Xo responsibility for accidents or escapes. Parting with stock forfeits insurance. e . , I l I I j ' TI " 1 KLaionnTive jicnvinc "r.'",i il v. J. STEELE OABPENTER, . 0 Hustonville, Kv. HV.i-fi-AV- ," L "Hj? t 1 r it rSnHBWil t (SI 11123? 2 iCiWL IV I GASH &c, at M. F. 3S I 'f 4 Highest cash market price ."paid for t .Mi-nn- v'K ZTNaO TF. ' - IrH frOvkllX htfinitiUniCo .! Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, ELKIN & CO.. KY. riitKi.r.ri Xr. xv v f.i fr sid H?y,s nt-t- i L..yss. iw ! nn-oth- I mi-nual- ly sun-ing- -- two-hour- 1 Brick each dotrso reentered. Sec II. It shall be the duty nf each rtron to procure and put on ech dot; regiMrred by them, For r ale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. as required by fee. I of this oramance. collar with the name of the owner and rvjittcred number of such don plainly mumped thereon or upon a metal tag attached thereto Sec III. If any perjon hall become the owner or controller ol any do within the city of Man ford after the dale cfunnuai registry, us requir-- d by Se-- . I of this ordinance and if such dog shnll net have been already rrifnt-rcsuch person shall at once repiMer pfy the license and place the collar do,j fsreqmrxl by Sectio-- s I and II of this on said ordinance benefit of the crrditurs of J Sec IV An pen in failing to comply with the As A"ig!i.c fr 1 a 'I ract ol provision, of thi ordinance shall, on conviction, rnle privately iitftr Mat. Philips, be rined Three Hollars for each day of failure for Liutd in LliiColn iount. each dog owred or contr riled by htm and not registered a- - h rem piovuled and the city marshal or any policeman shall kill any dog found running at larce with'ii the clt not registered at d having This Fnnii Is well improed and well wstered no collar on s icquired and provided by this The dwelling house c.inm.dious and well bu It. IVwnc siimptihle of an easy division. I would .'ell Sec. V All mn-e- y received by the clerk under in parcelf, ine parcel comaining ijo acres, on the provisions of this ordinance shall lie paid which th dwelling oue U sltunte, and the other the city treaurv and it shall he the duty ofinto the 6; icre, un which the imprmements are not mj assessor of the city of -- tanford to list and report salotho gwd. Ialo offer with his assemcnt of property all poisons owning or controlling dogs within the city and the number of dogs so owned or controlled. Sec. VI This ordinance shall be In effect from House and and after Its passage D V VANDEVEER, Mayor. .Now occupied by It. K. McRoberts as a drug store, and Of all forms, Xeuralgia,Spasms,Fits,Sleep-lessness- . To License and Regulate the Dtillncs?. Dizziness. Blues, Op Keeping of Dogs ium Habit, Drunkenness, etc., are cured by WITHIN' THE CITY OF STANFORD. Dr. Miles' Kcstorativo Xcrvine, discovered by tho eminent Indiana Specialist In nerlie It ordained by the City Council of Stanford: vous diseases. It docs not contaiu opiates Seel That all persons owning or controlling the or dangerous drugs. Fine book of great dog within of city of Stanford shall annually on the ist dav the city clerk June rcsUtcr cures and trial bottles Fiilu at druggists. each doe owned or controlled with them nnd at the by Dr. 3Iilcs' Medical Co., Elkhart, Iud. same time pay to the clerk a tax of 50 cents tor HEADACHE! v&igg r tr "" iHS ?"'M .l.J3l ITS Suipinjuy. lyr STANFORD. jAonisfus AIT : OHXDIET AITCE i TBIAI BOTTLE FREE. 11 ASSIGETJSSrS SALS 1 HS1L SSTALE. tl-- d. j fr Coulaiiu;: . 1 315 Acres. otdi-nam- e. fr P .3 )' Lot in Lancaster 5 Two Vacant Lots in Same Block, Oo which tho hoiiM." were recently burned. Pos given lmmediatuly on Nlon nl the vacant lots sale. The hou Is rentcompliance with terms of ed for tbls year, but the purcliassT will be entitled to the rent irom time of purchase. Possession of the Lincoln County Farm will bo given istoi September next. rd cash; the remainder In equal Terms: installments of 6 and ta months, bearing 6 percent negotiable. intsrest nnd tf M. C. SAUFLEY. Also about jo barrels of CORN, two Macks of HAY and aa Si! OATS for sale privately. Oni-thl9-- HEM:X3NrGT03Sr -- STANDARD- Typewriter slender-shanke- d best wo:r,:k: -- ..THE. ,11V. THE SIMPLEST MEANS THESHORTEST TIME THE llnvmir reinnvecl my Barber Snop to the Com merclal Hotel, I am f. Sak-knr- a, Most Satisfactory and the Most Durable. A complete slock o( best quality Ribbons, Letter Taper, Oil, .Mss. Covers, etc. Legal-an- Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, In ' Send for descriptive pamphlet to anything they may wish in my line. waited on. Call n me, Cbil-als- o G. M. ALLISON & CO., JESSE THOMPSON, In Commercial Hotel. 4,S West Maiu Street, Louisville, Ky. t": -- i&V -- "-" K- - J. .V E. H W fc :1 i' w ,vO v wero bo severely of goods and will open up as soon as they McKenzie, of Christian, Col. W. G. stallion nt Astoria, Welch, of Lincoln, JW. 0. Owens, of kicked that it is thought tliov will die. can get their uew goods. Scott, James R. Hind in an, of Adair, Messrs. 0. 0. McChord, Urey WoodMr. E. M. Huguely spent Sunday Win. Lindsay, of Franklin, and John B. son and 0. 11. Poyntz have qualified as and Monday at Richmond, his old home. & ' Castleman, of Jefferson, were put in the new Board of Railroad commission- Nick Daniel and family are at Jellico Ami Lincoln County to call ml Mainlnp tho handomet and cheapc-t- line of WAUL I'AI'EIt tvtr nomination for delegates-at-largand ers. Mr. McChord was made Chair this week visiting relatives. Dr. . efferrd to th people of Centra) Kentucky CLEVELAND INDORSED, beforo tho convection knew what it was man. G. A. Denham and Judge II. II. Tye At A. E. GIBBONS', DANVILLE, ICY. doing, tho motion of Will Cox, ot WarFinal efforts to secure Democratic are in Louisville attending tho convenUnlnstrucled. ren, to But the Delegates arc Left He can alio (urmth you the ten PAINTS, OILS, VAKNISIIKS, Ac, elect Mr. Watterson one by ac- harmony in Louisiana have failed. Two tion. Messrs. R. I). Hill and O W. Lesit low at any holtiaU hou to the Stale, ' dotting to do their own wtk can tlwayt Jo better by getting ad Ice from called and con ter are in Louisville taking depositions clamation, was made and carried with a conventions have been in experienced and practical mau, and Watterson, Castleman, McKenzle and Owens whoop. Owens and McKenzie weie testing delegations will bo sent to Chi- in an important railroad suit pending iu Get your Combinations Complete and Save Money. The Big Four. elected on the.first ballot by 473 and 401 cago. , our court. Miss Francisco, of reservoir of oil, ownrespectively. On the next ballot LindA is visiting her sister, Mth. J. M, Kentucky Democrats in Council. say and Hindman were withdrawn and ed by the Standard Oil Co., exploded Sullivan. Mrs. B. F. Myers, who was the most of Welch's vote, 107, going to near Whiting, Ind. A number of work- quite sick Saturday and Sunday, is able LoiMiviLLE, Mny SO, 1SU2. Editor Watterson has again demon- Castleman, ho was elected ea&ily, an men were injured and the shock was felt to be out again. for 30 miles around. strated that he holds up tho democracy honor he eminently deserved, Charles Finley is iu Louisville on Hindman, Reed, Welch and AnderThe fast filly. Deer Foot, winner of business this week, K. D. Perkins went he . of Kentucky by the tail and that does the thinking for a vaBt majority of son were chosen alternate delegates from the Hurstbourne stakes t the recent toiligStono Gap Sunday night. Miss C. R. Thomas, of Louisville meeting, was killed at Lato- - Daugherty and Prof. Wood, who have it. There is nono more able and com- the W. R. Kinney, of Louis-- nia during a race by running into a fence been teaching in petent to do so, but as Jim McKenzie Bourbon, and the Baptist Institute, paid, like nil other great men he is liable ville, are the State electors, with S. S. and crushing her skull returned to their homes Monday. Prof. has been Wood will Georgo Weetinghouso to be mistaken. With fully nine tenths Savage, of Boyd, and Rollin Hurt, of return to teach next fall. MIks Is Boceiving His awarded the contract to furnish the elec- Bettie Lewis gave a social to her music Grover Cleveland, Mr. Adair, assistants. of the people for Following are thejdistrict delegates: tric plant on the World's Fair Grounds. class last Saturday evening. There were has carried his point against Watterson First Thos. E. Moss, II. C. Walker. He is to install 92,022 lamps, with alter- but few present, on account of the rain, him by a refusal to instruct and shown Second Charles M. Meacham, Reuben nating current, for $309,000. his own solidity by being chosen to repbut the inclement weather was soon forTho New Era is the' name of a rf gotten by thoso present and every one resent Kentucky at Chicago by acclama- A. Miller. Goods Warranted and a Pcrlect Fit Guaranteed. Gic me call. Third-Jo- hn S. Rhea, W. A. Helm. publican paper to be started at Greens-bur- g. reported n most enjoynblo time. tion. Tho Cleveland instruction men Mis Fourth-- B. F. Beard, B. L. Litsev. About June 1, J. B. Hurst will Bettie left for Parkland, her home, Mongave up the fight, when Long beat Fifth W. B. Haldeman, W. J. Abra- begin the publication of a republican pa- day. Bronston so greatly for temporary chairper at Harlan Court Home. On last Tuesday a party of IS young man and the rest of the business was ham. Sixth-- T. C. Terrill, R. F. Harrison. Cassius M.Taylor, a wealthy farmer people took boat and went down the done quickly aud in order. Three of Seventh Chas. J. Bronston, William of Madison, attempted suicide by shoot river about town miles to tho Nicholson the delegates nt large are for Cleveland ing himself through the head. It is pool, where tho river comes within a majority of tho district delegates Lindsay. and a Eighth 0. H. Rodes, J. A. Sullivan. claimed that marital troubles caused him mile aud a half of town again. There One of the largest and most complete stocks of Men'. Hoys'Jand to be for him. appear Ninth Waller Shnrp, J. H. Northup. to do the rash act. He cannot live. they left their boats and walked over tho Children's The gathering of the unterrified, It in estimated that Dr. Keeley has hill home. It was a beautiful day afientu John T. Salyer, J. M. Robert-eo- n. which began Tuesday, had swelled to already accumulated between three or ter the rain and the river had just cursuch large proportions by the time the Eleventh-- O. H. Waddle, G. A. Den- - four millions of dollar from the eld to rent enough to make the boats glide whole city convention convened that the pers, whose appetites he has been en- alon at a most enjoyable speed. They seemed full of delegates. The hotels ham. Hons. R. M. Jackson, of London, was deavoring to reform with the cold cure. stopped on their way and partook of an Ever brought'to the Hast End of the county. Also a large and well jammed and the lobby of the Wil-la- rd were assorted stock of Custom-Mad- e and Kastcrn Near Cynthiana Robert Fowler rode excellent luuch tho young ladies had presented a scene of seething, crowd made the executive committeeman for tho 11th and G. A. Denham retained as to the house of James May aud culling prewired for the occssion. The party ing humanity, seen only on tho occa sions that Kentucky democrats get to- a member of the State Central Commit him to the door, shot him In the face consisted of Misses Bello Arthur, Nell Lincoln county's delegation, tee. Gilbert G. Garrard was named as with a shot gun, killing him Freeman, May and Ann Finley, Carrio gether. Senator IV. J. Caudill They had been at outs for a long time. Myers, Sidney Stan fill, Gertrude Lester For both ladies and gentlemen. composed of Judge Wallace E. Varnon, Call and examine our stockkbefore James Christopher, a farm hand nnd Mioses Lucy Jones aud Lucy Brock, Hon. D. B Edmiston, J. H. Carter and was mado alternate delegate for that dispurchasing your Spring Goods. near Mt. Vernon, O., overturned a rock of London, anil Messrs. Finley, PenW. P. Walton, elected John II. Miller trict jotin u. uarroll was given Gen. a lot of copperhead nington, Mahan, Myers, Tye, Sharp, Elwhich covered to fill a vacancy and organized by choosplace as chairman of the Cen- snakes and was attacked by them. He lison, Lnwsou and Mason. It will bo a ing Judge Varnon chairman and Mr. Edmiston secretary. Tho eighth district tral Committee and John II. Welch was badly bitten aud when rescue came day long remembered by the young people who went in the party and regretted meeting was held in the forenoon in the takes the place of Maj. McKee. The two had encircled his body. ol the by thoso who could not be present. R. L. Spencer, District Chairman McKee resignation of Gen. Castleman was uniMerchants' and Miners' Bank, of called it to order aud was made perma- versally regretted. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE G0UNTY. Everybody had a good word for CarGa., is under arrest because of nent chairman. Messrs. J. It. Marrsand lisle, but no oneseemed to seriously financial operations, and the some queer The Ladle Aid Society will give a It. E. Hughes were elected secretaries. him a possibility this time. IliU'a bank is in a receiver's hands. Most of supper at tho courthouse Balloting for delegates to Chicago showA train of 21 locomotive left Philaed J. A. Sullivan, of Madison, elected on name wasn't mentioned but once, that I the stock is owned in Louisville. i The citizens of Memphis will send delphia for Chicago a short time since. ballot and after several other?, heard, and then it received only a puny tho first During the year 1892 I shall keep constantly'on of supplies to the ArkThe Masons had four candidates in hand a full and complete 0. II. Rodes, of Boyle, was chosm Mad- cheer. Thb convention was unmistak- a steamboat-loa- d stock of ,. . tfje ably n Cleveland gathering. ansas flood sufferers at the request of tlietlnnl degree at their meeting Monison tried to elect Yoder Poignard, withThe committee on resolutions theu the Governor ef Arkansas. The crops of day. out avail. F. D. Spotswood and G. W. endorsing Cleveland and tariff 4,000 laborers are destroyed in ArkanMr. Thomas McClure nnd Miss Ella McClure were then made alternates. The former made n good race for delegate, reform, reaffirming the principles of the sas and Arkansas City iscompletely un- liethurutn eloped to Jellico Thursday morning but the latter was not put in nomina- party, denouncing the force and McKin-le- y der water. bills, tho demonetizingjof silver by Senator Hill, who was in New York The lumber for the Stanford water tion. J. Mort Rothwell, of Garrard, was and demanding a sound a few dnysago.dec.ined to be interviewed, works siding was shipped frotr this easily elected elector over Poignard, who tho republir-nnMy stock of withdrew before the ballot was through. currency redeemable in gold or silver. but iu reply to a messaae regirdimr a point Tuesday. The remarkable speed of 91.S miles Judge Varnon was named for committee The resolutions were adopted and the report that he was preparing a letter of on credentials, Judge W. E. Bell, of Mer- convention at 2 a. ji. adjourned sine die. withdrawal, answered that he "would per hour was tnnde by nn improved lo henceforth ignore canards spread abroad enmotive on a Ne v Jersey railroad Iat Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of W. P. W. cer, on resolutions, G.B. Mosely, of Jeseek. prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas ' bv republicans." samine, on organization and W. F. Dr. V. A. Brown is herefrom ParkH- - DALTon in charge. Brown received a petition from Gov. NEWSY NOTES. A. R. PENNY. Bond, of Anderson, for one of the mountain counties, asking ville. Judge G. W. McClure goes to On motion of Judge R. J. Breckinridge. Patron, the favorite, won the Brookthat tho sentence of a month's impris Chicago Convention as alternate. Dr. Col. W. G. Welch, of Lincoln, was rec- lyn Derby; Charade second. Time, onment, imposed upon ono William J. M. Williams is here from his school at delegate-at-larand W. ommended for 2:10K Johnson, for stealing an ax, be suspend- Louisville. H. Anderson, of Shelby, alternate. Two children were burned to death ed, so as "to allow him to plant his Lat Sunday evening nt Wildie, in a It was some time after 2 o'clock before near Milan, Tenn., by their home catch- crops." The request was refused. dilliculty between Foster Ttirpin and Chairman John B. Castleman rapped ing fire. By an explosion of gas tho business James Hayes, the latter received a bu'let tho convention to order Wednesday af .Dealers In.. The reported loss of the Brazillian house of Bray k Landrum, Louisville, in the right shoulder. The ball was reternoon, but the vast assembly was kept warship with 123of its men is officially caught fire, caus'ng a loss of $100,000. moved by Drs. Brown nnd iiliams. in good humor by stirring airs, includ-in- R confirmed. Messrs. A. Pennington, J. B. Fish, The stock was completely destroyed. It Dixie, by the brass band. Gen. There will be 444 votes in the next was valued at SO,000 and was insured C. C. Williams and (i. W. McClure nre made an appropriate speech and electoral college and 223 will be necessa- for cCO.000. The building, valued at attending the State convention. Mr. J. when ho called for nominations for tem ry to a choice. was the property of the J. B. Wilder W. Smith, of Paint Lick, was here Monporary chairman, Col. Beuuett II. Young Hard- -, Queen- -, Tin- and Glassware. The total number of newspapers estate. It was damaged about $20,000, day. Mr. Doc Freeman, at ono time a placed Hon. C. J. Bronston in nomina- published in the world nt present h es- fully insured. citizen of this county, now of Laurel, tion and John S. Rhea named C. R. timated nt 47,0(0. The Arknnsas floo.l has caused has just returned from n trip South, to of Louisville. Hou. Evan Settle Long, In tho Chicago 100,000 much sufferim:, but government boats visit relatives, whom he had not seen seconded tho tonner and Theodore Hal-la- letters are sorted, stamped and bagced in are furnishing food and succor to mauy for 10 years. the latter nomination. On a call of 35 minutes by 217 men. The little Pea.soglrl, who wns bitten people. The cotton crop counties, Kenton's row caused much A son of Conrad along tho Arkansas river is ruined. The by a mad dog some weeks ago and after delegation was troubloand the regular T?tirHU ? .,. a living in Mercer county, was killed levee at Teesire's Home Plantation, in wards reported to bo sick aud on the fl M r finally allowed to vote. Bronston ran by being run over by a wagon. nud plantations verge of hydrophobia, is well and has Y 1 j Louisiana, has broken XmP U IP '',,ra ' ot:ownC .un.Ur.1 t".rictle.:iwhlie on the proposition to instruct straight '' I W,no,h suffered no inconvenience from the bite, 1 UU James K. Polk's will are being rapidly submerged. knin. 1 rain) for Cleveland and Long against in- has been out Lrchorni declared null and void and the Miss Amy Johnson, apopularyoung although tho family horse, bitten on the yrde.i; Si, l,"rt- K,?w pteir . J'J1 structions, though claiming to be a estate given to the heirs at law. Indv of Yellow Springs. Ohio, will Btart same day, afterwards went mad nnd had Having bought out tho Jewels itaml ol v n. io.m!e' w'm' SlluoAnfts'ii'ncur k-- 1 Cleveland man. Tho result was that qui i nni ino Joseph Davis, n farmer in a few days for Davenport, Iowa, on a looesuoi. a suusciipiion paper 18 in .ticnmiLTij.rati tiruseui. mum miiiii? entiremock At rtxlucol to make fur an new Long was chosen, receiving 427 votes to of near Memphis, was FARMERST line. All eokIi artistically dragged to death bicycle. She is the daughter of circulation for tho purpose of raising Bronston's 290. Long accepted the hon- by a mule which had thrown him. very beautiful and at presparents, Mrs or The 'I1 K"tt.cky HeJe or in a speech of some length and in reFence L0..0I Lanca.ter, and A South Bend, Ind., man was ent is teaching school. She has been the boihmy.elr and the Companyoffer the aervicei of to calls Mr. Bronston spoke. Mr. swamped out of sponse to Lincoln county. I am very thankful for thelib,?. 7,000 by a slick indi- riding a wheel for about a year and is a Penninnton, the air ship man, iaj Breckin-ridg- e al patrona4, received and hope Watterson and Col. W. C. P. id vidual working the gold brick racket. Tho distance is not dead by any means, but is at work j merit .continuance. Farmer! .nSiTd UeaHnc splendid bicyclist. of a were also called on. Mr. Watter- oenn,0acWh"cou,nd,vnCou: ?5 Congressman Caruth has introduced about 800 miles and she expects to make with a laro force in their shops nt Mt. "ou" " son's speech was a rehash of his noted 97'Om Carmel, constructing a big nir ship. Hi- M. W. JOHNSON. Washington, while- Col. a bill making April 20 National holiday tho trip in 23 days. dispatches from The New Jersey democratic conven- ram S. .Maxim, the great English gun Cleveland in honor of Thos. Jefferson's birthday. Breckinridge made a red-hFalls Branch Jollico Coal Oo. c Representative Bynum, of Indiana. tion instructed its delegates to vote for maker is also working nt the prob'e speech, which was applauded to tho Cleveland. The Colorado convention air navigation. It is confidently expect- Miner ami ihipprrof the GENUINK echo. The committees, ns agreed by tho h reported to he a candidate for second place ou the democratic National ticket. demanded free coinage of silver and ex- ed that successful airships will be run-- 1 district meetings, were then appointed Hill, but nln by tho time of the opening of the The ashes of Emma Abbott repose hibited soma enthusiasm for and at 5:30 tho convention adjourned till ltTwTan'.l Wi.?re ,1,0,0lca8:nt,rOrSiaDro,d and tho delegates wero not instructed. In World's Fair. in an urn in the Pittsburg Crematorium 8:30 ! ji. l'01 rotd crn0iny.",Le COrmT ' In a dilliculty between John Gridor ? at where tho body of tho actress was incin- Washington an uninstructed Cleveland the convention When Thoroughly Repaired on Shorthiocins'a-jw'attJ was elected, but it is claimed and W. 0. Pike, over thetottlement of tn delegation 9 i, m nono of the committees were rea- erated. est Notice for Cleveland unlets account, at this place, It st Saturday, one A 100 year-olbearing orange tree, they will not vote I dy to report and tho vast throng Hinused by New York. South Bhot was fired by Pike, which missed itself by calling for speeches from vari- from San Gabriel, is one of tho exhibits ho bo supported elected uninstructed Gridor and .struck Granville Price in the ous orators. lion. James A. McKenzio announrcd from California for tho Dakota democrats ISiilldliiK JLots left arm near tho elbow. A riot seemed delegites. responded and made a Cleveland speech World's Fair. In the corporate limlti o Kowland. imminont for a whilo between thesherill' Henry Morris, aged (Jo, fhotStephen in his finest vein, which was applauded H I. DARST. Kowland. The L. & N. will sell tickets to .Minne- ami tho parties whom ho was arresting, vociferously. W. 0. Owens also respond Williams a. Wheeling, W. Va., hecauso apolis, Juno 1 to 5, atone faro for tho hut all quieted down, the fighters wero of n speech. the latter would not let ed and mado as usual a cera Morris marry round trip, ood till 20th, on account of arrested and tho latter gave PUBLIC. bond ftr t Dealer In Many others were called for, but the his 13 year old daughter. I have made arrangement with O V ciM..i. republican convention; to Chicago June their appearance. . . ' ' .. Ml VIKKIC Corn Nicholts, daughter of n wealthy committee on permanent organization "r '"! ""'i good to July 7, at same rate on Foreign and Domestic Fruits, any and all kind man, to lurolih the pu blic with oi lumber, either at in t torc In report and oratory was farmer ne-t- Pittsburg. Pa., was found 10 to 20, of democratic convention, and came in with its The new name for tho man who Crab Orchard or at the mill, Pentins l laille amt account Confectlonerlci.&c. 0111 a inecinitv. liiimv m .. . ruaf "" I. dead in n barn near her homo with a bul to Omaha June 2S to 30, good to July 22, throws a banana peel on the sidewalk is bottled for awhile. Hon. James B. inn w.'ArPiiir,".' Ha with him a first clan baker and can lurnibt round-trip- . Doalerln General Merchandise, was unanimously suggested let hole in her right temple. a bananarchiat. Texas Siftings. 'i ulso nt ono fare for the read, Cakes and the like on thort notice. 8; WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. Whilo attempting to save Sherman permanent chairman and on being drowning, Thomas Dawson escorted to the chair by Messrs. John Clark fiom Wade, the little son of Mr. C. Gat-lifW. Heftdley and Urey Woodson, accept- and George Trapp lost their lives near who has been very ill with pneumoed the honor with thanks and made a North Vernon, Ind. nia, is improving. (Late Alexander's Hotel.) May 27, 1892 capital speech, in which he announced Stanford, Ky., Tho Senate has passed a bill approMiss Bingham's music cIbhs will give his preference for Cleveland, but ex- priating 320,000 for a statute of Robert u musical nt the Congregational church press d high regard for tho other gentle- Dale Owen, to bo placed in tho grounds Friday evening, 27th. Rates $2.50 Per Day. W. F WALTON. men mentioned as candidates, whom he of the Smithsonian Institution. closing exercises ol Williams- Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-HousTho Lem Cooper, of Sharpsburg, stole a burg Academy will take place at the In eulogized seriatim. The committee oa Louisville, Ky. credentials, after a long wrangle, admit- horse and was captured, indicted, tried dustrial Hall next week. All are invit-- i A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, W. R. LOGAN, ted tho Myres delegation from Kenton, convicted and sentenced to two years iu ed to bo present. tho regular one, and its report was tho penitentiary, all on the samo day. Manager.-J. J. Marshall, clerks. and Misses M. A. and W. L. Moore Jacob Douner aud William Clemen, L. W, Patrick have bought tho Hempadopted. W. M. Reed, of Marshall, James A. while attempting to control a fractious hill and J. 1$. Urn wner's stock 111., Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal for f, THE WILLARD. e, THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE. store-hous- e W ANTED. t Five Thousand Ladles Gentleman from Stanford o Gat-lif- f, i lVc-pl- e Brod-head- 12,000-barre- l H..g.RUPLEY.-- State-at-larg- 1 wfetf Hllaita Spring & Summer Goods JUST RECEIVED, C3LOTHING rD ins-tantl- t. SSJtaLe?ss 's W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. vice-preside- court-houa- e. Talla-poos- con-aid- er t. A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER i Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. ToiletArticies Glass, Books, WATCHES, CX.OCKS & JEWERX t. ge FARRIS & HARDIN, - Cas-tlema- n $40,-00- Staple & Fancy Groceries post-offic- Just Received a Beautiful Line FIJ If llULlLL lb , half-starve- Chamber Sets and Lamps. . d Con-nel- l, if tw..... jurtla - JJIU i 1 VW "" well-know- n ! well-to-d- o 'i::""- "-- - """""'lEngravedFreeofCharge I TO THE Watches, Clocks "" ot , 11 j Jewelry Original JelHco Coal. s &. B, H, DANKS. For Salo Twcnlv TO THE - r 1 Crab Orchard, Ky. i ft t j.' r Semi-Week. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ponchos below coat nt II. The Gllcher House, of DAnvillo, hns K.& V. II. Wearen's. been leased for five years by Mr. Zan - Marriage license was issued WedTribble, tho hotel man, nnd he will take IJoit.v to tlio wife of John Watson, on nesday for the marriage of Georgo B. clinrge June loth. Some one else will .May 27. 18D2 Tuesday, n 8tanfoiid, Ky Vrewitt to Miss Mamie, the pretty and girl. run the Junction Citv hotel for him. This week's accomplished daughter of Mr. B. B. Downstairs room for rent with day W. Dunlap will King, of the West End. Lectl'he. B.o.WAi.TON1BU8.Mana(jer board. Day boarders wnnted. Mrs lecture nt the Itev. G. court housu Monday night, Kate Duddernr. DEATH'S DOINGS. 30th, and illustrate it witli views of notMEANS BUSINESS. Shkmiyvillk hns withdrawn from tho ed places in tho Old World. Admission William II. Yanderbilt, aged 21 Blue Grass League, claiming they could 23 cents. A Inrgo crowd ought to greet years, son of Cornelius Vanderbilt 1b Waul pateii nnd paints at V. B. And all Mid Summer Dress Goods at not secure suitable grounds. Richmond him. dead. . Mr. Alex Julian, of Frankfort, Enoiiavi.no beautifully and Artistically will likely be substituted. Hop Lek, a Chinaman is here looking donu nt A. It. Penny's. by soino of our people, died of He for a location to start n laundry. Buy your hooka and school supplies of New Li'MiiBit Yard. Messrs. W. It. heart disease Wednesday. nil kinds from A. It. Penny. Dilliou and J. T. Blatikenship have no doubt heard of the new era that StanDied, nt the home of her father, Mr. Have your watch, clock and Joweiry opened a lumber yard at Mr. Blnnkcn-ship'- s ford is bordering on and like a sensible W. II. Duddernr, nt Itowland, Mny 21, The Commencement season is here and you must dress for the ocrepaired at A. K. Penny's: All work man camu at once so ih as to get in on Mrs. Phil Soden. She leaves besides shop, just above the depot. warranted. casion. We have all weaves and styles of White Goods. Crepons th ground floor. KKMRMngR that nil silverware, watches, her husband one little boy. Mrs. Soden in Mack, Cream, Pink, Blue, Tan and Gray. We will continue our t world It isrortect In ring, Ac, bought nt A. 11. Penny's will now for tho escortthe fashionable trailing The Willard Hotel, Louisville, whoso had suffered for more than a year with sales of last week in French Zephyr Ginghams at 12c, to hold thu 15c, 20c and bo engraved freo pf charge. skirt of liis companion of thu gentler enrd appears in this paper, wns as usual that fatal disease, consumption, but had 25c. The best values ever offered. with tho delegates. It been confined to her bed only about two sex. It may look a little peculiar, hut it tho most popular PERSONAL POINTS. Our Black Dress Goods department is attracting universal attenwas crowded from pit to garret, but tho months. Wo oiler to her husband and is "the thing" ami must he done. tion on account of quality and price. 12. Piikwitt is visiting friends Mns. M. clever clerk, A. W. Jones, always had relatives our sincerest HymiMthy, as ont Our sale, in Gents' Clo'hing will be continued and if you want to in Danville. Kn Brown nnd Tom Sovert, botli col- room for ore more. The Willard is tho ly those that have sulfered alike afflicin those $10 Suits you must come early. 1'Kit IIiatt, of Ilockcastle, is the guest ored, had a knock down and drag-outbnst hotel of its price in Louisville, or tion can truly sympathize with those be- get suited Those cheap Shoes and Hats and Towels are going rapidly and will ofSupt. V. T. McOlary. Wednesday night, when tho latter rnme elsewhere. reaved in this way. Mrs. Soden was We offer this week a splendid line of White and Miss KanmeSwoi'h went to Leban- out second best. Severtwas too drunk loved aud admired for her many adorn- be closed this week. The Barbourvilie Herald nays that MajNeglige Shirts from 25c up and our stock of Parasols and Fans are for his trial yesterday and Judge Carson united with a graceon yesterday to visit friends. or K. W. Frce;nan, editor of tho News, n ments of chnracter, Come early and see us. Mit. J. II. Hilton has returned from a ordered him to jail to sober up. ful person, making her death more than simply superb. thnt place, hns skipped for parts unbuMnees trip in the mountains. usually sad. The funeral services were 1EXTXG06CXSS An unusually Ioiik procession follow- known. Nothing better rould bo ex- held nt her father's residence, conducted , of Shelby City, Mns. F. L. of a man who printed himself ed the remains of Mrs. Phil Soden to its pected 0 o'clock, it tho guest of Mrs. P. W. Green. "Major" and monkeyed as a prohibition-republica- n by Itev. John Bell Gibson, at Miss.Makv HillVanoy has returned last resting placu yesterday, thereby a.m., Thursday, after which the remains reformer, while ho pulled tho evincing thu high esteem in which she from a visdt to friends in Boyle and Merwere interred in Buffalo Cemetery. bottle for all it was worth. was held. Her bereaved hiiMband nnd cer. Miss Xannie Vaxobverh accompanied little son have the sympathy of the enA. A. Crutch field was fined So in NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Judge and Mrs. W. K. Varnon to tire community in this dark hour of Judge W. It. Carson's court, Tuesday, grief. for using abusiv language to a German. CONDITION OF THE Miw. Job Hardin and ?on, Peyton A. A. CitUTtiiriLD was tried before Mr. W. II. Miller was in thu case and CaldDouglas, are visiting Mrs. K. B. FARMERS BANK & TRUST 00. Judge W. K. Varnon Tuesday on a writ became incensed at Mr. Crutchficld's well. of tho old man and gave AT STANFORD, treatment Gx)iuib Pitman, of Pittsburg, and E. of forcible detainer, sworn out by Wil- Crutchfleld a rap over tho shoulders At the close of buoinevs May ;, iOjjliam Landgraf, who represents tho LinT. Fish, of Mt. Vomon, were here this coln IjuhI Co. Crutch Hold refused to with a cano for which tho Judge fined week. And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have company'-- , houses, hima"V." RESOURCES. Miss Octavu Siikmokk is inching a move from one of thu VarMisa Georoia Lewis writes: "Please IUUt .$111,00 73 music clare and horsoholars are progress' after his leasu hnd expired. Judge decided for the plaintilF. non statu in thu Interior Journal thnt my Overdrafts Si4 07 nicely. lug ...... at Willow Grovo Academy will Due from Banks, Julian Vbst Is visiting friends Oait. . A ohntleman on his return from fixtttro 7,300 00 close Wednesday evening, Juno 1, with Hank Home, funrlture a4 365 o; at Horry, this State, and Capt. Price now Expvntes paid....- -, yesterday offered n lot in that nn entertainment, consistingofdinloguts, ., 9,50a el Caih has his run. place forn year's subscription to thu InAdmisMiss GnrrrnrDK Guady, of Columbia, terior Journal. The oiler was prompt- recitations and character songs. All Styles and Colors of $J54.J7 7' sion 15 cents; children 10 cents. Pro Tui'Mlay to vINt her aunt, Mr. ly refused, but a arrived LIAHILITIBS. business ceeds to bo uied for repairing school$ wo,ooo 00 Dr. 0. A. Cox. Capital itttck ..... manngur gave him receipt to April 1st, ,.. 19,000 00 Surplus Kuud... Mil H. W. Dunlai and wife, of 1S03, nml ndviBed him to go his way nnd house." ,.. 7,ij Sj Brownsville, Mo., have been visiting Mr, sin no more. In a letter from Louisville, under date Undivided profit!,... . 111,091 3$ Individual lepit of May 2.1, B. Leo Davis writes bo out- Due tii Bank i. ....,.. and Mr. J. P. Bnlley. .3 S3 Home-Spun- s. The commencement sermon of Stan- rageously about our Crab Orchard cor- BHU ,.. Miks Annik Halk went to Danville j.000 00 party given by ford Femalo College will be preached on respondent that we are forced to decline yesterday to attend thu Ji54jS7 7 Sunday morning next at the Baptist to publish his letter, In which he denies Mlsa HJorencr Jenkins. I, Jubn H. Owly, tukitr of the Abovod nam. d by Itev. A. V. Sizemore. The everything connecting him and Mrs. y.:m LonsB Bailky hns returned from church Bank, do wUnwily er that the above tUtvment Grayson, where she has just closed a Annual Concert will take place nt Wal- John McClure, with whom, it is said, he it true to tho of my knowMso and bohef. ton's Opera House, Wednesday evening, had been criminally intimate before his very buecesfnl school of music. JOHN II. OWSLEY, Cahier. Sworn to before me ky J II. Owtloy, thii May Lou- June 1st. An attractive programme o( alleged elopement with her. Mil Zan Duddeuah and wife, of W. M. BRIGHT, X. P. L. C. .. i, iln. isville, attended the bedside of Ids sister, exercis8 in elocution, music nnd fancy rates to The Q. & C. oilers ComMrs. Phil Soden, and wore, present at her gymnastics will be presented. REPORT OF THE CONDITION mencement on Thursday evening, Junu tho republican convention at Minneapoburial. 1 demoMns. Anne BaIley, who has been vis- 2d, at the Opera House, immediately af- lis, Juno to 3, good to 20; to the THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE. ter which the reception of the V. A. M. cratic convention at Chicago June 10 to iting her daughter, Mrs. Lou Shanks, re 20, pood to July 7, and to tho people's In the State of Kentucky, at the close ofbuine Society will bo held, at tho College. turned to hor noma at Sholbyvllle, May 17, i8oa. convention at Omaha Juno 28 to .10, ATAnothkk Richmond hns entered tho uood to July 22. Solid vestibuled trainF. RESOURCES. K. It. Odkr and wife, of LexingMil field for police judge of Itowland. Mr. Call 011 agents of tho road or write D. GJ Loantaml ditcoutitt S'J.S7 3 ton, lire the guests of tho Hotel Co trey. i,Jfr 5 eeureJ auduineeured.. J. W. Adams is the man and it looks as Kdwards. G. P. A., Cincinnati, 0. Overdraft Mr. Oder is here in the interest of the u,oo oo if ids chances forgetting there are good. US. Bond to secure circulation Co. New York Life lnsu-anc- o Since the ordinance concerning dogs Due from approved i;"t - I7.?1 3i He is a republican and will get that vote 3,M4 9 Mb. A. M. Pkncc arrived from Tay. has been passed our merchants havo hi d Due from other National llanks solid, and besides a number of democrats , furniture and fixture, t.joo oo Wednesday, to attend the lonivillo. Ill, .. him. The present iucum-bon- t, a good trade in collars for the canines. Current expentet ami taxe paid 901 4 Mr. George will vote for bedside of his M39 59 Judge Harnett, nnd Mr. J. A. Chap- - One merchant ordered 100 at ono time, Checkt and other cah itwi Some beautiful goods in Vaughn, who continues very low. 4 pell are both sanguine of success, howev- perhaps tho largest number over in our Bills o! other Bank Fractional paper currency, nickel ami Mil John W. Bastin Mopjted over on deer, and tho race, which comoa oir to- town before. Marshal Newland is . $J cent Ills return from tho Lnulnville conventermined to enforce this ordinance and Specie promises to bo a iiotone. There t,67 00 was a delegate, and morrow, tion, to which ho poodles and other species of Legal tender litte . 5 ...... are four tickets out for councilmen and the lovers of pout the night with his father, Mr. J. dogs hnd better protect their pets or Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer Consisting of Chamber Sets, Decorated Plates, Fruit and Salad that race, too, may create considerable , S6 50 5 per cent, of circulation- D. Bastin. they may he ground up into bologna excitement. Dishes, Cracker Jars, Finger Bowls, Water Sets, Fruit Saucers, &c. Col. W. CJ. Which, Judge W. K. Varsausage beforo they know it. --4$Tj6 aio 12 Total non, J. II. Carter, J. II. Miller and thu Tin: country around Buffalo Springs, LIA1IILITIES. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. editor represented this county in the coir or tho s as wo now say, is - $o.ooo 00 Capital tok paid in Louisville. Judge Varnon's cavernous and it is believed that there is vention nt 00 ,.. J. -- B. F. Itobinson sold to Walker, of Surplus fund 3 35 Undivided profit wife aucotp.tuied him. a laku of considerable dimensions under .Madison, a of fat cattle at i,S 00 National Hank note outttnndia AT- Mil G. W. Kdwaium, of tho tent End, tho hill just above the springs. While J. II. Swope sold to Allen, of An- Individual deposit sutyret to chck 7J.97 brought his bright little dPching around for a foundation au derson, a bunch of fat cattle at 2 to 2 Due to other National Hank i,43 37 daughter, Liccie, in to eo us Tuesday. opening was found from which water a So 4? Due to State Hanks and Hankers cent. She has a wonderful memory and recit- gushed fortli freely and blind fish from $j6,a8? ta Benzloy Bros., bought of Miller Total ed beautifully a poem which would have two to six inches were Been. Numerous Broad us a lot of STATE OF KENTUCKY, ) hogs at 3J County of Lincoln, done credit to one ten years her senior. other springs have been found and those cents. I J.W. Hocker, Cashier of the above named of water will who fear that the supply statement William Morelnnd bought of various ITank. do solemnly swear that the above belief. CITY AND VICINITY. and true to the prove insufficient havo only to go out parties a lot of butcher stutT at 2 to 3 is Subscribed best of my know lodgeme this 34th day and sworn to before and be convinced. By the way, things cents. of May 6gj. J. II. HOCKBR, N. V L C. Fou Plants, see O. J. Newland. Correct attest. are assuming a businesslike appearance There are 3,000 registered trotters in H. Hrow.v. Soda WaikkiU V. B. McKoberts'. Directors. Edward Alcorn, and it is a question of a very btiort time Germany, 150 of which havo records of J D. S Johnson, Coolers, GkIiman millet seed for sale at J. B. till we will bo enjoying tho improve- 2:10 or better. n year or two ago we thought ments that GivenN it Carter bought of various Foster's. 2so. &s'-not of. of cows and calves at parties a REPORT OF THE CONDITION Lime ani Biuck for sale at low figures. or au average of $27. The suicide of Hon. William Berkele, Stoineguer A Co., Ottenheim. ' It is estimated that about 30,000 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Garrard, was a great surprise to our The reports of the three banks in this people and sent a pane of grief to the horses were ousted from street car serAT STANFORD, vice last year by electricity. county appear in nnother column. hearts of many of his friends hereabout. the close of business Forty-tw- o yearlings from Kentucky In the State of Kentucky, at Lice, May 17, tto. wire Mr. Berkele was a genial, Wk now have a stock of woven breeding farms were sold in New York RESOURCES. of oak pickets. Sine gentleman, and by his strict integrity and slat fence mado SOO.SSO, un average of $1,590. $S.'3 41 Loans and discounts aud high honor won for himself the for Fifty-thrk Menofee. thorough-breyoung- Overdiafts, secured and unsecured. ... .j8o 13 of all. He was born Janhighest esteem .ooo 00 U. S. It continues to rain every day and uary 1, 1S20, in Hesse, Darmstadt, and sters from tho McGrathiaua stables, Lex- Stacks,Honds to secure Circulation securities, claims, etc '5tJ7J 97 yesterday it poured in torrents at inter- 12 years later moved with his family to ington, were sold in New York publicly '0,479 40 Due from approved reserve afients vals. Was there over such a wet May? New Haven, Conn , where he lived until for IS0.000, or 51,300 each. 6,551 6t Due lrom other National Hanks mm Young Charley Fair, of California, ll.mkers 1,7a 18 filled up on 1S05, when ho moved to Bryatatsville, son of the bonanza millionaire, has paid Dne from State Hanks andand fixture, "Santa Claus" Dalton 9,150 00 furniture And the wool better. Dip your Sheep just after shearing. whisky Tuesday afternoon ami spent the Ky. In 1S07 ho married his preseut 60,000 for ten horses, giving $30,000 for Other real estate and mortgage owned :o,33 67 I.SS 48 Current expenses and taxes paid night in jail. He was fined So and costs wife, then Mrs. Mary Campbell, daugh- Yo El Hey, a and six yearJ,jj8 6o Checks and other cash items by Judge Carson tho following morn-in- . ter of Benjamin Mullins, of Garrard lings. Two and a half gallons of Dip to too gallons of water will dip 150 45 Hills of other Hanks county. Ho was engaged in mercantile M. F. Elkin bought of T. O. Coulter Fractional paper currency, nickels and Sheep. pursuits during and for some time after 4 9 cents The young lady graduates of the lot of hogs at 3.021; of Bailey Hill a Nicholas-ville- . a the war, part of tho time nt .17 - ... i47 o0 here will wear dressed mado of mull of butcher cattle for $47.50 and of Specie Lojal tender notes i,9S Since 1S0S Mr. Berkele bail been couple instead of silks ana satins, as lias been a lot of heifers at 2 to Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer successfully engaged in distilling, manu- James Duddernr the custom. It is Prof. Hubbard's re- facturing tho brands known 119 "Tho 2J cents. I.7JO e j per cent, of circulation quest ami ns a aweet girl graduate is Master Commissioner II. A. Burn-sid- e Total.....; 73 ..Sli3.l Berkele" nnd "K. II. Chase it Company'' pretty enough any wav (and the young sold publicly yesterday tho farm of LIAHILITIES. whiskies. Besides a widow, ho leaves Dr. J. B. Owsley was Capital stock - . - 4aoo,oooo ladies probably realteo that fact) they M. Phillips. five children. They nro Mrs. Louise Dil- J. il(oo eo Lave taken pleasure in complying with tlio purchaser and paid $30 per acre for Surplus fund 7 Undivided profits lon, New Haven, Conn.; Mrs. G.N. Jean, hU oo 150 acres containing tho liouso and $15 National Hank Notes outtndi!?..... 44, that gentleman's request. of Bovle county; W. A. Berkele, of Louis-y.llfor IfiO acres of unimproved lands. Individual deposits sublwt to chock..... W.ijo 01 a member of Surveyor Collier's Hi: Skutei). Al Russell, for shooting it,lft oC It is a somewhat singular coinci- Due to other National Hank.. .. 3,445 Peter II. Carter, wuh tried before Magis- force, nnd Kugeno B. and Miss Daisy dence that Hollo, 2:2SJ, tho flrst yearling Due 10 State Banks awl bankers '00 o Stock reduction unpaid trate Smiley at Morelnnd, Tuesday, nnd Berkele, residing at home. The 2:30, Manager, 2:11J, the court in $100 bond. first named are by a former marriauo. pacer to beat $31 held over to circuit TJ and Total champion two and f 1),il..l, wiinHlkliniiit .n j .. STATK OK KENTUCKY, .cj.uu.n...... Itiafr ma t. uui It to M Ho was tried for carrying concealed wea- .ur.uura.no m.o fllQ,af 0.0 County of Lincoln, pons and fined $25 nnd given ten days in popularity mat 0 him manv democratic 10I1! pac . ni! b a ion, aro nil Rrayjn color, f.he was honored by beiiuccc- I. John I. Mc Roberts, cashier of above namod jail. While ids bond was boiug made, votes, nnd of this year's crop Hank, do solemnly swestr fthat that tho above star The first .. . .,. t ... 7 - ...J.. ""'"l """ opportu..!!. ted twice to th Legislature and served inent is true ionic wj McHOHBRTT Kussell took advautage of tho Cashier JOHN J Ho has not efllc , ently as delegate to the constitu- - of wheat was shipped from Delano, Cal., lief. nity and took to his heols. l,day sworn to before me :, on the 22. The urain was grown near Subscribed and C. II. McKINNEV,this P. L. C. N: yet been caught, but will likely bo cap- tional convention. He leaves besides a comity For tw vearfl past of May, 1S91.attei t: Correct tured in time for circuit court, when ho Kood deal of personal property, S25 acres Kern Imi furnished tho first n'rain of the just received. J S, HOCKHK, And examine the Studebaker. Car-loawill havo to servo two terms Instead of of land and lite insurance mnountini; to season and this year beats all previous l. A. L.ACKKY, f Directors. W. G. Vtcn, records by four days. 545,000. one. ly Interior Journal Cai.ikoii.via "fcW nino-poun- d DON9T MI SALE OF WHITE GOODS ls'. well-kno- The New Cash Store 41 W , m Sini-iiA.N- J. S. SPRING CLOTHING I IS IxHila-villa- . OUR STOCK COMPLETE - Mid-dleobo- ro ,.ss Ever Seen in Stanford. kind-hearte- d - . Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. . bt . m half-far- e M'ROBERTS u A. A. & HIGGINS. y. m JUSTRECEIYED" -- rere Warren's IUnkin:-houc- "Model Grocery" father-in-law- , ... China and Glassware, BEABIAlBILGi GKGK(MDS -- water-work- car-lo- ad B.K.&W. H. Wearen's. Garden Tools, Eakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Traces, Collars, Pads, Ilames, Leonard Refrigerators, White Mountain Freezers, Water Etc. 4iai ) V 2 car-loa- d m warm-heart- ed I ee d Makes Youp Sheep Healthier BEOS. SSxjp JJlp Cures Scab and Itch, Kills Ticks and t; Hanklng-hous- e, i .t j d, Col-log- o v' Do You Need a Wagon ? i f 1 e, th-e- a-- .0 f three-year-ol- , ,,r.r 1 J car-loa- d -- t.- Kn CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S d J v "I ' 2 T t , ,' ri EsasSSI22LEl ywwi iMf"1 .mrv,.yr'J$,mf inw wm ji' " L1 i'O'W" J '""l"1 W'liMpWJIlMfr'W'MHWWW " ' " r?3fT" Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Speed. Combined Stallion, Stvlk Lexington Denmark, ers' Rest" farm, near Shelby City, Ky., at Will make tho season of 1S92 at "Travel SI6 to Insuro a Living Colt.- - Arthur Sims 3041. Sired by Gen. Knox 2 31, trial 2 24, sire of tho dam of the great Monbars 2 16, the in the world. next fastest Siro of Lndv Mnud 2 1SJ (the dam of Monbars 2 10); Bcnlah 2 10, Camera 2 193, Independence 2 21, Knox Boy 2 23. Peaceful 2 20, Gilbreth Knox 2 20$ (sire of 5 and the dams of 0 in the list) Gen. Washington, sire of Poem, 5 years, 2 19J, Presto, 3 years, 2 22, and a large and representative list too numerous to mention. 1st dam Lady Arthur bv Bourbon Chief 3S3, siro of Calmar 2 22 and the dims of Alta 2 23J, Fullertnn 1). 2 10?, Pickard 2 18V ami other. 2d dam Lilly Arthur by Little Arthur by Imp. Glencoe. 3d dam Lilly Hartley by Marco. tie Ilowar.l 2 l'J. 2d dam by Lord Wellington. Saddlewood, a grand saddle horse, was bv Wildwood. 1st dam by Star Denmark, the winner of 100 premiums; 2d dam by an imp. saddle stallion; 3 dam by Vccch s He is a blood bay, lo hands high, left bind foot white, heavy mane ami tail, foaled May. lss. Sired bv Saddlewood. 1st dam bv Smith's Almout, sire of Ka- Registered as Hob Link. IIELMONT64. nrfnrmeri to his credit D!meut has sired Sire nf Nutwood, the sreitpst llvln.. sire, having :ii.t toa:jo. Iln daughters have jj performers taoltheir credit ol ( 37 performers with records Irom --v ..--' fif ny the dints 1 dam, lleltie KlnKeau 104, aire ol Dr. west 1.173, and tliejisro a to perinrmers Dollars by jlm Monroe 35. son of Attainder's AbdalbH lire of t.ady Miliroo dam 1 ?iV,vi sir To Imure a LIing Colt. and ; others tnfaj. Full sister D. Monroe a as atH. Kitty IJatus a i6Jf, Monroe Chief by Duvall's MJtnbrlno. 3 dam Payable when the colt U 4 dam by tlmroughbred son of Whip. foalrd lie was sired by the Krwtt premium .adContractor, the sire of llelmont Chiefs dam, was sired by AJaic. full brother to Orange Girtx'ao, by dle stallion, Second Jewel. Dam Rowena Webb Hambletunlan to Aiax slrrtt Apple Jack 1 18 and a other, in a:jo lit Contractor's first dam. Lady Ruisell, on of the bet marcs on earth, by r utile a T.odley, by Gieen's Ilambletonian, full brother to volunteer and beutlncl; seond dam, Lady Van Hatitin by Abdallah 1 ire of Hamb etouian 10. sumpter Denmark. &c Charley is a bright bay, villi (ect, full ij'-- ttltolmont Chtct traces rle times to Ilambletonian to -- four times thrau(h It a dam and once thrH;h hands hi jh, fine carriage and goes alt the traits to hi. site Hoalso combines the blood of Mambrino Chief and American Star It will thiis be seen families. Cenletirs the costcenlratmn perfection. that llelmont Clilet comes from the Rrvatest E D. KENNEDY, Hutonville, Ky. of speed blood, sire, style and action, there Is no douVt abiiJt the results to be obtained In breeding to htm. Tonus, SSO to Insuro ft living colt. c Charley Sandidge, o A firt clnti saddle hori and n N'o. i brveder, will Hand the remainder of the present season at my place BELMONT CHIEF 8689 Slrd by the great t:.i XPJ s.r T3Sk to-i- At Ten a:ii St "fecsarr STOCK Wildwood was bv Blackwood 74. Standard Hule ( 2 31, sire of Blackwood, Jr. , 2 22; 1st Dlack stallion, itA hands high, foaled in iSS j dam Kate Messenger, by Meseuger, Jr.; bred by A Goldsmith, Orange county, New York. 2d dam by Davy Crockett, Jr.; 3d dam by Sired by Castellar lorti First dam Woburn Maid, by Woburn 393 (the Brunswick, son of Sumpter; 4th dam by d dam by a Mambrino dam of Carver 2 2 Davis' Ilambletonian. hors, 3d dam by Mambrino Messenger. Smith's Almont bv Almont33, sire of Castellar 1061 by Volunteer 5. aire of St. Jullcn Fanny Witherspoou a it'.i. etc; tst dam MlssNodme by Hammond, Westniont 2 13 sonol Potter's Clay; id ilam Wells' Star, dim of 2 10, &c. umi Modesty 1 16, by American Artillery a Blackwood 74, by Norman 25, sire of Star 14; 3d aitf by lleitraud. dam by ilambletonian 10: 1st dam Miss Woburn 311 Lulu 2 14?, May Queen 2 20, S:c. Dam Cooley by Telegraph 31, id dam the dam of Geo by Mambrino Chief. Cooley by Friday '.Lexington Denmark is claimed to be Ed Ilarlow v. ill stand the season of 191 at my one of tho handsomest and most beauti- stable jH miles (rom Stanford on the New White ful horses in Kentucky. He is fashiona- OakaudDIx Utter turnpike, near DadJerar's Mill, at bly bred in saddle and Hotting lines, is a grand saddle horse, a fine gaited trotter, $10 to Insure a Colt 4 Months old and goe$ the gaits naturally. He has I ttill also stand at the same time and place my shown a 2 50 gait, both racking and trot815 to Insure. ting, without any preparation. lie em- youugjack, anates from tho highest class of saddle and premium horses in Kentucky on his sire's side and his dam represents some of At $5 for a mare and $6 for a horse colt, to insure 4 months old. Sired bv Metropolitan 1372, sire of the the bet trotting families in tho whole Joe is a red jack 4 years old list October, about dam of Collinwood. 3 years, 2 22, and oth- country. This combination produces the bone and heavy ers. He bv Hambletonian 10, dam best combined horses in the world and IS hands high, bigbe rosx! breeder. body and lias to (the' dam of Mecca 2 27 and Clara those which command the best prices in pros en himself on all areasons when colts are four Money due or the dam of the great Dictator and Dexter all Eastern markets. Any one will have months old. Mares traded Call removed trora the and examine my soutity forfeits insurance. 2 17; also the grandam of Princeton to sec him to appreciate ins greatness. ct Ark hefrr maLtncr vonr selection. Euclid 2 28 J) by Volunteer, siro 2 19$ and C. M.SPOONAMOHE 4 I will also stand the splendid young jaci of St. Julien 2 11 and Gloster2 17. 1st dam Lndv Welch by Win. Welch, " sire of Prince Imperial 2 22, Jeremiah The Magnificently Bred Saddle Stallion, dams of Pcrslc.i 2 22 mid Ciuner 2 21, the Imp. Hidalgo is 5 years old, black with 2d dam hy 1 15, half mile, as n yearling lot hands high and Mill Monte, son of Wagoner. 3d dam by Wag- white nolnK insurea living colt, due Oct. stand at $10 to oner. 4th dam by Imp. Tranby. 1, 1893, or when mare is parted with. $15 to Insure. Lexington Denmark's fee will lie due Will make tho present season at the staWill receive at "Maples." 2 mile south when colt is foaled or mare is parted with. bles of his owner, 2 miles west of Stan of Lancaster, from March 15 to July 15, Mares kept at $2 per month, at owners' ford, on the Shelby City pike, at the low T. A. ELKIN, 1S92. risk. I solicit a cloe inspection of my price of . Lancaster, Ky. 14 S TEVIS, Ilambletonian. Ed. Barlow 2375. a Ify the Kingly SUI.TAN. sire of Stambout t dam, I. ad y Duntan, hvi m likes sit, ine sire 01 71 I .tn.. nf l.l Annnn 4 iftt . anil c others in a til. 15U .by Vermont Heroin sire. if Lady M a to and the dams f OenvSmIth , sin- wi svn. lladger lky a it, iirown uick a lieulah a IQV4. Indepemlenee a ' Lady Maud a iS1,, Camors i dv Maud, the dam ol M mbari y o record t iH by s HainSletoiilan, Vermont Hera by Sherman's HUck Hawl 141. dam by LibertT, son of Ulshop Imp, Messenger. PrlvatO StftUlon . 3 damM dam, Josie,. Itecord !.)$. :n and J6nthetsln i.jolln. 111 the a 11 Hit, sL, sirenl Red Cro. 1 iei, Minnie Warren .bv Night Hawk SXJ1j.O. i,, c Sonson 1802. J ay and the iim Quinine FM, DANVILLE, KY. The following standard-bre(totting stallions will make the season at my farm two miles sutith eat of Danville: d n, - ixi,!( S. 1x048. Full brother to Contractor J 11 Ily St'LTAN, theslreifStamrul I 11 and soothers In t 10, Dam. Madam Hirdlnir, the dam of Contractor a 21, Ilarbara 117. bv Overland, the sire of the Aims ol Contractor Lagrange IJ4, What lm a soU, etc , ovMevens' llald Chief, ilu sire ot the great brood mare Minnehaha, the dam of lteautlful llell. 1 aV and 4 others In 4 jr, 3d dam, Kate labor, by Mambrino Chlel. fTC Los Angchii, Cal. Sulmarcli Is a beautlltil brown, 16, hands bfffi,l.Vd iRNr Ilre.1 bv t L e will serve a limited number of mares at $40 to Insuro, orS36 tho sonson hi, Ri. J P CHOW, McKlnnoy. Ky. '. Wyandotte 5526. JOE EMBREE, Hy-anci- th Imported Hidalgo. EAGLE : SIRS, stock. S I. Tho Premium Young Saddle Stall'on, i '. Mf Shelby City, Ky. SI5 to Insuro a Living Colt. ' McCREARY 131. ZEdlTG- : : BOY. I1! yVill make the seaon of 1S92 at my King Hoy is a dark bay, 5 years old, 1G stable in Lancaster, Ky., and will be perhands Inch" and is an elegant combined mitted to serve mares horse. He was sired by Jlorton's bay At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. horc.lithe by Dr. llerr's Mambrino King. ftfun tulinnt ntvitfwl hv PliPilwrll. rlnut A LIEN RETAINED. of Virginia. The dam was raided by Ste McCrcary is 10 hands high, a beautiful phen bampson; 1st dam ly frame voi-tor2d dam by original Jim Boll; 3 dam bay, 5 years old, has magnificent carriage and action and high stylo at both ends. by original Denmark, who ran 1C consecHe was sired by Stonewall Jackson, Jr., utive miles in a race at Is'ew Orleans; 4th he by Stonewall Jackson, he by Washing- dam bv Sir Elliott: oth dam by Gray Eagle; Gtii dam by Buzzard. ton Denmark, he by Imp. Hedgeford. Will make the season of 1S92 at my McCreary's dam was Lady Parks, (an extra saddle mare) by black Diamond, farm, the old Wm. Ball place, five miles sired by Brinker'd Drennon, he by Davy from Stanford, , Crockc'lt, (a Canadian. Diamond's dam was by Old Mambrino Chief; 2d dam by At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. Puzzle, (thoroughbred). Lady Park's dam At the same place I will stand my fine was an extra saddle mare by Shakespeare. young jack, 10 T. B. WALKER. Lancaster. d; by Lexington Chief 1:38. Living Colt. to - - by Mambrino Chorister. Lady Stanhope., .by Hambletouian 10. 3 dam A lien will be retained on colts till sea-so- n Gracdam of Rosa money is paid; if mare is parted with Wilkes aiSH, and Simmons 2 38 season becomes due. Voltaire a aoJitby Tattler 300; dain Younp 10 I. S. PHILLIPS, Walnut Flat. Mambrino Chief it; ad dam bv Roebuck) the sire of Hrown Jim is also the lire of Vo'.ney, br. g dam Nellie by Alden Goldsmith, who made a record in lSooot aao'f Tattler, Voltaire's sire The Premium Saddle Stallion, by Pilot, Jr. dim Telltale by Tellnmon. son of luedoc, sired Indianapolis 3 at, Rumor am. Slander a aS and Voltaire a aoji, utid his sons Abbott, Indianapolis, Rumor, Tattler, Jr. and Black Stallion; foaled in 1SS4; loj hands Votairc are all sires of pertormers in 130. Pilot, known high. site of Jr , 13,greatest Tattler, iswell sires of as oeing one brood mare the age, his (Shown S times a$ n of the and took 7 Sirod 113. daughters producing Maud S 3o941J.I.C a 10 2:10, Phallas 2:131. premiums and 1 certftiicate; as a Sire of and a host nf others ol nte Lexington Chief 576, sire of Brown Jim's dam. Is wasn't shown at all ) Director 2:li", aiid 2S others in the 2:30 by Kentucky Clay 194 ; dam Lady U'arfield by Will make the season of lS02at my place list, and grand sire of Direct 2:00. Nancy Mambrino Chief it. 3 miles from Stanford on the Danville Hanks 2M, Lockhart 2:14 J. and fc.'i others Mambrino Cbinster fsire of dam of Preteine pike at by Matubrioo Chief, dan. by Chorister. in the 2:!i0 list. Dictator by 1 lambleton-ia- n 3 iS i dam a dam SIRED BY VOLTAIRE -- Record 2'3U Sixteen hands hiijh. .. 685. stand He is by an imported Spanish jack, has a tine body and large bones. He will SAM. At $8 Insure a Por-tla- Description and Pedigree: Ho is adark brown, full sixteen hands high and four years old this Spring. He has n fine mane and tall, witli as much style and action as any liorso in Kentucky. He was sirod by the great King Eagle, fthe winner of forty blue tioi. 1st dam by Star Eagle ibtt son of Lexington). 2d dam by Hamlet Denmark. 3d dam bv Harris' Denmark, son of! Miller's Denmark. King Eagle was the winner of more than 40 premium and was never beaten in the mare or gelding. model ring by hor-King Eagle was sired by Black Eagle, the sire of Black Squirrel. 1st dam 11 (the $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt. dam of Mark Denmark and Monte Chi Adonis is a beautiful dark bay with by Black William. Star Eagle was got by Cabbell's Lex- black points, lo hands 3 inches high, foaled August, 1SS3, and is n jrand saddle ington, dam by Garraid Chief. Mares will be furnihcd grass after May horse. Those who wnnt to breed to a lstat S2 per month. Care will be taken to handsome Kentucky saildle stallion are prevent accidents, but will. not bo rupon-- 1 invited to look mine over and see his ac tiou and stvle, sib e sliotnl anv occur. He va sired by the grand show horse. nt the same time and place I will Alo Second Jewel, he'by Cunninghams Jewstand el, lie by Washington Denmark. IMPORTED JOHN His first dam, Minnie, by McDonnld's At SO for horse mule and S3 for mare mule Halcorn, colt. Second dam by WolU' Crusador, his B. P. WOODS, tint dam unknown, but thought to be an Stanford, Ky. Oliver. Mares kept on grass or fed at toason-abl- e s price, but not responsible for should auv occur. 3S62. GEO. DICTATOR F. F. SANDIDGE. Milledgeville. Ky. STAXO.UU). half-mi- le Cab-bell- 's IDOItTIS-A-e, is-t- 1x049. This tine jouug Middle stallion will This year-olstallion will Chestnut stallion, fouled lo hands. stand the season of 1S02 at my stable four make the present season at m farm, at miles East of Stanford, on tho county road Sired In C. F. Clay 3 b siro of Clorino Morehuul, at 2 2;U. Springday 2 2(t and Conner 2 2S. lending from Bowhtnd, and will be 1st iIhiu Klla Hot. kin, (thiMlmn of Geneva to serve 2o mures S8 S. 2 IV, Mnttie II. 2 mid uiiiiiie S. Snvder is a handsome bay, o) hands At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. 2 2J by Octaroon; 2d dam Mollie by A Mot's Aline. high, and is a splendid mover, lie was Description and Pedigree. He is n sired bv Paladlne, he by Ityodyk's Ham-?aO THE SEASON'. bletoutan 10; dam bv Seeley's" American beautiful mahogany bay. black mntio and Those stMlliuiis will nick with the mures tail, 4 vears old lo'ili of May, ID hands of this section ami get both the speed mid Star; 2d dam by Crabtreo Bellfounder. Snvder's dam, Joel to, is bv Blixnl high and weighs 1,200 pounds, command style from them See the stock before Chief 7D2, siro of Fannie Itobinsoti 2:20. ing in appoHrancu and symmetrical in booking your tunn. n Sired by the late Blood Chief, by Blood's Black Hawk, form. U A. W. SMITH, Dnvllle. Screamer, dam by Second Gill. His sire, dam Mis Duncan by Scott's Highlander, in Lincoln wan too grandam by Annus, 3d dam by Tlniole Screamer, on. Blood Chief sired Woolley Jim, county to need any further mention here. Mares bred to this horse, if traded or 2:20, Fannie Hoblnson, 2:20, and Chief, : Bloods Black Hawk sired the removed from the neighborhood without 2:23$. diiuis of Von Arnim, 2:10i, and Almout, h.tti-- f ing iny that (hey are not In foal, Standard No. 1206U. Jr.. 2:2(1. and grandam of Belle Br.uflcld, forfeit the season and "the monev is due. ANo hold a lieu on the colt until the seaThl vouHt; ronilatur stallion 2:20. and Protlone, 2:1S. nn My track has been improved and i as son money Is paid. Mates kept 011 grass L;iildtt. Fonled In April. ISS?; is $1 per month, at ownerVrisk. good n- iny a Imy. full 10 iiniuls, spwidv and track in tht coun- at d in style, action, tlMiah' and dismisl. try. Wilfhaudlc and break horses at low JAMES H. PBPPLBS. JR., thm. Mares grazed at $2 at owner' 7 Stanford. Ky. ratos. " W. S. WIGH.UL Full brother l Iitltril. trial 2 22. risk. Morulaml, Kv trial 2 3. and Montrose, the H'tdy ami premium colt of '88. Sirtil hy Zilcaadi iolddttt IKK) (by By Young Jackxin, lie by Stonewall Ctoldtliiot LV). by Vorniont Muivnni. ClosJackson. Jr. 1st dam by iiick Morgan; er feUteil to Maud S. 2 -t and Johnwm 2d dam by Epolem, Jr.; 3d dam Belle 2W than any other stallion, thf first o- by MosMMiRvr Chief, Jr. Tills tine stal- - yunr tun siaiuou in trot III pulilfe as fast at our as 2 25. sire of Ckarettu. tlam of Will make the sonon of 102 at my lion will make the season of Wllkus fnst.,t mnm if il,n stable 1 mllos from Milledgeville. Lin- stables on tho S. O llaittfhman place, ft) Wilkin family,tthe nronl 2 11, Whirlwind on the Stanford and 'Mil- milos from Danville on the mw Laticns 2 21, Fannie coln county, lioidilust 2 lvtello2 22.) terpike pike, ledgeville pike, at Dam Flortmce, dam of 2 22, by woll-bred SZLSr""nDZH3IE; 1 d i Ci!EjIER JR. J!ce record 2:21). Hay stallion, ftuilrd DsS'j, 10 hands. Sired by Abdullah Miimhrino, tho siro of Geneva S. 2 l'.). Bottle Jones 2 Ul Soto 2 20J. Mattle 11.2 23 ami 13 others. 1st dam Ella Hopkins din. dam of 3 better titan 2 301. by Octaroon i siro of the dam of Win. Singerly 2 Kli; 2d iIhiii Mollie Winfrey by Avent's Alnit (the sire of Xo- ra G 2 2S Mini Win. Siugerlv 2 10 1. 536 THB8EA80N. Granville Smith lS, I TO INStJRE. 1 Win-fre- y. 1 well-know- well-know- n Dorsey Golddust. 1 in-br- uncx-eolle- Co-riiin- e, RED FOX 195. ll2 (i- Bosa-lili- d At ecapes. T. L. S Over 600 of the 2 : performer have a a strong infusion nf ctlilnt and Morgan ame itUee the blood. Gnhhlit.t llne3.yeur-ol- d blackjack, SMITH, at jS present Dirsoy at my place will make the seaoti 2J miles from to insure. Maufnrd on tlu Huttunville pike, Mares kept on grass at reasonable rate. Not rt'soiislhle for accident or At $15 to Insure a Bed Fox horse with a pedigree. Wo will also stand at $io to Insure. 105 is a Hue individual 3, Gohlen .Mings 1 and a Morgan. Chief, son f (iallV Come'l Living Colt. Xi J. S. BAUGHMAN, Danville. Ky. CrXLT EDGE 261. Registered will make the Mares kept on rwtHinnble terms. Personal attention given, but not resiNjiislblo for accidents. At the wimp time and place, will make the 0H.n with one of Levi Huhble's hest bnil Voiins Jarks. By SecondJowol 4B. Jacci-dent- by Dictator Jnv-Eve-S- Onward Messenger Standaid. ii Bred by Charles Dunn. ii A.-- $15 to Insure a Living Colt. ft rT, R STAR "DENMARK. Saddle Stallion. Bay horse, ij) hands high, three white feet, heavy mane and tail fine style and aoion. SIRED BY WOODFORD DENMARK. by Klnj; William, j dam Sumpter Goddard's oy j dam Denmark. 3 dam a thoroughbred $15 to Insure a Living- Colt. - I Two of which arc noted as the best of jennet jacks, and will serve jennets .it $15 for a jack, colt and $15 lor a jennet colt. Will alto serve mates Sio to insure a living colt. The other two are as tine mule jacks as can be found in the country and will serve maris at Four Splendid Jacks, Living1 aliohave $10 to Insure a Colt. on the Stables two miles south of Hustonvllle Morelaud and Carpenter's Station pike. 10 J. A. &S.T. HABBIS. Sired by Kienil 1491, trial 3 30; full brother to traced. ) King Rene 1st dam Chance bv Tom Stamps Foaled May 20, 18S5). Blood hav, black 1733. record 340, out of the dam of Red Wilkes; Gkoiioe DtCT.VTOit will make the season ad dam Chubb by Bourbon Chief 3S3; 3d dam legs, mane and tail, will bo full 10 hands of lb'J2 at bv Belmont high at maturity. Chubb, bj St. Lawrence Hienil 149J, 64; tst dam Rlandina (dam of King Rene 1378, Sired by the incomparable Bed SquirSwigcrt 650, etc; by Mambrino Chief 11; 3d dam by Brown rel, the grnmlct saddle stallion on earth, Hurchmare (dam of Uuialind 3 Pilot, Tom Stamps 1733, by Abdallah Pilot as his record will show. His owners, the First dam Lulu Bell by Kentucky Clay My fine saddle stallion by On Time and 7ri8; tst dam Queen Dido the dam of Red Messrs. Owsley of Burksvillc, have out of a Stonewall Jackson mare will also 191, he by C. M. Clay, Jr.,(Straders) dam Wilkes 1749, sire of 35 In '30 list) by Mambrino an ofler of $o,000 for him; stands at make the season at same time and place, the dam of Mambrino I'atchcn and Lady Chief 11; ad dam by Redjacket, sire of Comet. Bourbon chief 181 fsfrc of Calmar a 33I by Mam ?Jo the. season, cash in hand, and can not Thome, 2 IS each: 2d dam by Downing brino Chief 11 ; 1st dam Puss, by Grey Eagle ad accommodate half his Colt. Vermont, sire of Gill's Vermont 101, the a $10 patrons; sired bv An analysis of Ingelow's pedidam by Sir Peter. siro of Bonner Boy 2 2.'J, Black Maria, &c; gree reveals a rich iqherttanccof performing and Black .Squirrel, he bv Black Eaele. hv producing blood, there being three direct crosses King William, by Washington Denmark, 3d dam by Glencoe, thoroughbred. to ot Mambrino Chief, His sire is a lull brother Gaincn' Denmark, by tho great Montrose O. was sired bv Liirlitlinitrt . Ktnc Rene and the sire of his dam a half brother by 1001, trial 2 30; out of Moss Itose, full sisrace horse, Denmark, by Imp. Hedgefoid. to Red Wilkes He must be seen to be appreciaThis line draft stallion will mnko the ter to I'rinceps, siro of Trinket 214; 2d ted He will stand at Liberty, under the manageBed Eagle's dam Bowena Webb Itussell. ment of G W Frye, at dam Primrose, dam of I'rinceps, siro of one of the best walking animals on earth, present season ut my farm at Femme Sole 2 20; 3d dam Black Hose, dam having met and defeated all the "crack'' INGELOW 5799 Standard Rule 6. (sire of Electioneer, George Wilkes, S10 to Insure a Living Colt. Dextor, etc.) dam Clara, (dam of Dexter Money due when the mare is parted 2:17, Alma2:2Si, nud Astoria 2:2!)) by with or bred to another hore. American Star 14 (siro of the dams oi Lord Clifton is a beautiful red sorrel. Guv 2:12, Itobort McGregor 2:17$. etc.) with a 'good mane and tail, lb hands 1 dam Alice...by Almont 513, record 2:30, high, foaled in 18S$, and is a perfect sadby Abdullah lo (sire of dle horc. Goldsmith Maid 2:11 and Those who want to breed to a good padBelmont, sire of Nutdle stallion aie cordially invited to look wood 2:lSf ) dam bv Mamat my horse and see him move. brino Chief 11. out of a He was sired by Second Jewel, ho by daughter of Pilot, Jr.. Cunninghams Jewel, he by old Washing(sire of the dam of Maud ton Denmark. S. 2:03). Almont sire His first dam Fannie by a son of Gill's 50 in the 2:30 list. Vermont; I'd dam by Old Monte, thor- 2 dam by Norman 23 (hire of Lula oughbred. 2:143, May Queen 2:20; Lien retained on colt till season is paid. of the dams of Norval Mares grazed at reasonable rates, but 2:17, Fanny Itobinson not responsible for accidents, should any o.oAl Vjirmnn Mpilitim occur. Morse 2:20. etc.); by G. A. LACKEY. Stanford, Ky. Horse 0; 1st damSlocum mare, by Magnum Bonn m. 3 dam Young Twyinan mare, by Coeiir de Leon (Hevis. ) Old Twyinan mare, (un- 4 dam Standard. --- SIHED BY ONWABD CHIEF4i05. By Onward 1 111, record 2 25 J, siro of 49 in 2 30 list, also 17 producing sons and 10 producing daughters. bv HutchinWdamLadv son's Chief T2I20; 2d dam KHai Jane, (dam ofMaud Messenger 2 10LMorit237) by Gentle Breee 315(1, sire of Pearl 2 TO, Ac; 3d dam Kittv Hlwrs, dam of Bortio Girl 2 37, by Alxlnllali 15. hire of Almont, Belmont, Ac.; 4th dam bv Bed Jacket, sire of the dam of Kentucky Wilkes 2 21, Madison Wilkes 2 and grandam of Me-onger, Gilt Edge was shotted at a i tear aid arwl took the iweepsuke premium at Klrkssilte and Dan wile and in Ms uwn ring ..( Itarrodttxir;. Th whu waul to hired lo a Rood saddle ainllion are cordially invited to loot, at our horse and see him move lie was sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunaine ham's lew el, he by eld Washington Denmark. Ills first daiii Minnie by McDonald's llakom. d dam by Wells' Cruwder, his 1st dam by Stonewall Jackson, he by Washington Denmark he by IIUcs IVnmark, Ins ist dam by Ctusad-r- , lie by Old Whip, xl dam a Kaiky Mountain mare black with while 110.0, full 15 hands high, line leueth. Ihiiio anil hodv, I years old: ha prown hluisi-Ia lino brifiler. Mrrd by .Io Bluekburn. 1st sImIII Dllllv Wllllnllitt $35 to Insuro n Living Colt. I dam Bo Kmbrv, li' It.fut M. Jack-ssi-I.. by Mouewall he by Joint lUiiKhmanV jack, his Moner due when colt omtes r mare It rurtrd with. Marcs Etid nr fed at reasonable pnc. lam by Jim IVter; )M dam F.llen Blvthe, Not responsible for any m.Ltden(s should any oc by Blythe's IhtiiiiiMil, he l,y Comproiniso; cur. Gilt Kdjc is a beautiful sorrd, llasy tMaae lihdniiiji line Muck Jennet isohl hv Dr. and tail, is hands 3 inches high; was foaled Sepl Bennet, of MhiIWoii count v, io llul. 6, iMe, ami tan (Mrf.ct taddl horse from Milledjivtil c, on the Stanford and Mil Lincoln lounty, edi;evile pike Owrinf to the scarcity of mMicy, we will stand him at 1st f n, Thitlitiiv saddle stallion of i!m it our itjtW', mil Ky , J)am by ol.l Stmicwall Jaclxin sctmn He ROSOOE, rl ble. At S10 for a Living Colt. A MMn. lien will be ttlnlued on all cult, for 10 I'. I. FJD, Stanford. ERRICSSON3 Hes-on- JR MADISON SANDIDGE & SON, 6 RED EAGLE. Chief ami Pilot, Jr., mares stand at tlio head of the lit n piiHlucing dams. Bay horso, heavy inane and tail, witli BrickstMi l:i, siro of Barulv 2:211, Ddlilo size, style and finish, nud representing Will make the season of ti i at ur stat'lvs mile IWIe2 2.sl, Krie 2 2.sr.' Night'ingalo some of the best trotting families in the west of Stanford, on the Ituitunvillc p,ke, I.ula P.. whole country. Should make a great stock (Jrnndsiro ()laf to Insure a Living Colt. 2.22. Omar 2:25 J2:20 six others ofKrius-miinud horse. Will make a short season at our At $15 by Mambrino Chief, who sired Lady stable 2A miles west of Stanford, Description and I'ssligree Sllvir Tip is a red bav with fine mane and tail, )J4 hands In'i, hind Thorno2:lS, and 6 others. .Mambrino At $10 to Insure a Mare in Foal. anklestowhite, and is a m Kiel saddle rmrse, lias the ( hief is grnmlsire of Director 2:17, Mamgaits prrfcitionand is u grwitknee actor At same place a Sired by tli great Silver King by On I'lmv, son brino .Sparkle 2:17, Piedmont 2:17, Black Cloud 2:171, Haiinas 2.17, Croxlo 2:llf, of Stonewall Jaikson. Ftr.t dam by Skcedaddto, by Oliver soncf Wac- - AblKttt-sfor2:101 "d U others in tho oner; d dam uy KM L,lon 2 Bed Wilkes. 22, So So 2 Ac. 2i17. Linie Wilkes ver Tip 169. 1 By KrnuiMm BJo'dl fn 2 30 Milledgeville, Ky and XtitwiH.,1 list i. 1st dam Bdo bv Old him, siro 0f Pilot. Jr. 12 in the 2.10 list). Mainhrino totiMii to Mam! S., Jin Kve Sso i, Large Mule Jack, At 8 to Insure. ii S20to Insuro a LlvingColt. to Insure Living MONTROSE C. Silver Klnc'sdam was Mollie Motittce, by CaU list. KriiesMin, with n roctird as a bell's Lexington, son of Mood's HUck llnwk. jil dam by Yotine America, son of Taylor's Meisen of 2 SO , and half brother to Kric, with a ser. bkrrdaddle's 1st dam by Medoc, id dam record of 2 2!i as a sold to trumpeter, id dam stratus Mares sent to us will receive good attention at Bohert Bonner for the sum of c$10,000at reasonable rates, but will not be responsible tor that age. He U one of tho grandest stab accidents or escapes. Parting with mure forfeits lion in Kentucky.IIis colts arounusiially Insurance. Lieu retained on colts for season mon kind, good sue ami ilur, with iilenty of Cy' BBAZLEY BRO'S & HAYS. Stanford, Ky. At LANCET 7871. Standard under Hules I1Y 1 stylo and line inovemerts. Will i,mko the season at my stahle. lM iull fmm Hustonville, Lincoln county, Ky., on the Hustonville aud Liberty turnplko road, nt Will also stand my young JACK, by jaek. Bob Mchlrov, Kioht Doi 6, 7, 8. $12.50 to Insure a Mare in Foal. tin- - nested BHATTMOITT. to PRETENDER Son of Dictator and Winona by Almont. by Lance wood, ion of Ham- dam Lances - Dollars to Insure. Ten Mr Frye alto stand my IMPORTED JACK, will In all'cases if the mare is parted with the season becomes due and collectable. A lien Is retained en all cults for scvice fee At $8 to Insure. J. K. BAUGHMAN, 3 Hustonville, Ky walkers of Central Kentucky, including SIO Insuro a Living Colt. stallions and geldings; by Funk's Sump- He has proven himself a splendid breeder. ter Denmark, hyGoddard's Sumpter DenI nlo have mark, by Washington Denmark, &c. You will see from above that his breeding is gilt edge in fact, ho is a model FOUR GOOD general utility horse. Will serve n few mares the present season nt my place, Which 1 will stand at the same place and dam Lady IiAIim insurance. lilctotiian; Persons breeding to Rockefeller, hy Amt-r- l can Star: ad dam liar or hreeding the mare Richmond, by Humble-Ionia- n. tho season JACKS, At $20 the Season. For further information and extended pedigree, call on or address 10 E. D. KENNEDY, Hustonville, Ky, Money due at first service, with privilege of free return until colt is gotten. time; Three at $10 and Wiley at $8, of Darkness 2 27. This pedigree combines the Ilambletonian, the Coyler, the Clay nud the Vermont strains, witli a thoroughbred base; and will show in his direct descent more than CO 2 30 or belter performers. Montrose C. is second cousin to Maud S. Ho is a mahogany brown, 10 hands high, n speedy trotter, though untrained, Will mako tho season at my stables in Shelby City, due. dam Miss Stevens.. .by Edwin Forrest, stesum by i dam . roily 7871 brown,Mambrino Chief with right front heel r is and left hind pjstern white aud. was foaled May 1886. He is handsome and stylish, high finish ed aud has prcat muscular power. His li;s and feet are good. His sire I'reictider, Is very fast He has shown quarters in 35 seconds. I'retendcr is by Dictator, who sired .three trotters whoie average speed ia greater than any His Jam is a well three sired by other stallions bred daughter of Lance ood a son of Hainbleto-uIk- u. 7 L.A.-M.I-- either aud trading ebewhero renders E. S. POWELL i, j3sls If not sold before tho season opens. Will pasture mares at S2; but not uspon- sible for accidents. At $15 to In3uro a Living Colt. $10 the Season or $15 to Insure. Mares cared for at reasonable rates, but not responsible for accidents or escapes. H. L. OABTWRIGHT. Call In and see a fino individual with an excellent pedigree. Will make the season of i8jj at my stable in Stanford at F sssssl V)V M. S. BAUGHMAN. Stanford, Ky. I. M. BRLTOB. 6 Stanford, Ky. KsskJLUvtiCLPVs)sT9i w "V- - fi" mmmmtmmmmm IsSVWHsWiHIHiW .... E MA S.H TPWP Wf" f, ai iitwMjiiii uiiywMy'iiMfw)Wwi'yiii mwiipr rt DRAFT Coiit-t HORSES AT FAIRS. PRICES TELL intor-ntlli- K AVIilch 'Will 3Iulm a 3rU . ai-- rlklflfc-L- y '"-- ..... - XTj; TVM' -- - to the Crowd. Supiwse tho stake offered oquul to that offered for tho trotting raco, with similar niloH as to entry fees, forfeitures, Tlicin TE! 9 AM Somi-Portable 3KN&XNES AND 26-hor- se n i tfS-Kwrf- CONVENIENT HOGHOUSE. Ha Useful U Soiiio Mens Which Will llrocilors of Hog. " f To rateo good liofja nml mnlco pork making iirolitiiblo it in orMonlinl tlmt tho buildings nnil nppHnnciH Ik) woll arranged nml kept in good order. No mud-.- . hole with (i few ruilii itrouiul it mill Homo lxi.'inlH nvor nun cnmnr will HtirYti tlirt Tim Imililln-tmrrvwn fnr n limf muiilHT of hogs fdiould bo no by 12, with ft IwissjiKOWiiy 4 feut wiilo nlong ono Kiilc, anil it should bo divided into six iipnrtnuMitH. onoh ObyB, which coimnuni- r tl I 5 ArJ-iir- 1iar no. I CO.VVBNIHNT HOOIIOUKK.. cute with ouo another by inenns of sliding lxrH, mid with tlio outside by either hanging; doora or doorH otxining outward. Tho .Mirtltioim Bhould bo solid ami about H foot high. A plan of Mich a building is hIiowu at Fig. 1. For n larger numlxjr of hogs tho building may bo enlarged projortionally, and if dcirnble a corncrib may lo built along the front to facilitate feeding. The entire building should bo raised oil tho ground nlxnit 24 feet and bridges should lead to tho running ground in tho rear. There is nothing inoro annoying in hg mining than the u.iual rosh and k ramble for tho niomiiNiiiuition of the trmigh, by which ineon. tho weaker animals are always crowded back, and the rant ahvaya reiiminn a runt. Tig. 2 shows ft very good contrivnnro for preventing thin, insuring "equal rights" to all, and oh tho owner of snch a pen remarked, "It in an oxcollont do- - 1 no. ii m m I K ffl 17 oivi.no a nutd-tawing vice for twchlng n 1mk good nmiiiHra." door, reaching It is a solidly acn the front of eneh division. The tipper cMipice to which the IkmhIh ar rut round at the nailed in a fiuN to as to work freely in a hole. TUw door, wlion unconfintd, t wings directly ovor tho ceuterof tho troturii. The trough. A. Fig. a. is made hard wood material Bk t Pj by mid in fitted closely Iwtween tho stai.ch-.fl- i FJ'V l"ns which support tho roof, while ret- IJpi' tng n tho end ltoard U a somewhat inanguinrauapeo uwirti, u, which uurvw to give greater wilidity to tho trough nnd cbwe Hii opening which would otherwise be made by drawing tho swing door forward. Tho swing door. Fig. 2, is nupportod at one end by a solid block, A. llnnly nailed to the upright, while at tho other end tho block Is in two sections, the IU lower part only living made solid, tho upper part lieing fastened to tho stanchion bv means of a conch Tliis part is mado movable nnd can bo pushed aside as in Fig. 2. Li tho center of tho swinging door is a strong wooden no. Ill HOW TUB bolt, 13, whoso THOUGH WORKS. construction may be readily seen from the design. This Is tundo to work neatly but easily, nnd in shot into a oorre.poudiug hole in either vidoof the trough, thus retaining tho door ... 2h..1 I ill llitf jy.y I., il.rt uesiren imaiuvm. am nun uuimiuia attached bv menus of which tho bolt is worked, wlnlo at tho samo time it serves to draw tho door backward or forward. The door U pitihed back and Ixdted, leaving the trough clear as at C, Fig. 2. When in this position tho slops may Ikj .toured iu from tho passageway without even tho slightest nnnoyanco from tho hogs inside. It is then drawn forward as at D and tho greedy animals tnko h fair ciianck. r ft..at44-.af- 1 t a1 a 4 4 Tho fact that tho entire building should bo raised oft tho ground will admit of nn elevated platform, Fig. 4, possession. etc., and a draft contest arranged in Stationary, and Portable. All place of n speed contest and advertised power. sizes up to niton tho big posters with bold faced Lfi)9NHlciK9DflftftwK Unequaled in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and tyjto, would it not lto comiotcd for and Durability. would not entry fees and increased gate ?JvW'9nv83fciBKwAS . Write for Free Illuitratcd I'ampleti and your wanti to receipts reimburse tho society for its venture? The idea may lto best present& CO., That's why everybody concedes ed for consideration and criticism by NFW YORK riTV SPRINGFIELD. OHIO. giving iu detail the classes to which it the would bo applicable. Take a state fair for consideration nnd for smaller fairs soalo down tho prices according to their resources. If it offer a prize of ijcHX) for the different races, s offer a like sum as a prize in tho and aged stallion classes for draft To all our Subscribers for 1892. horses, and specify that other things -- Theequal the stallion drawing the We, the publishers of " North American Homes," heaviest load shall lto nwnrded first In order to increase the circulation ol our journal premium, tho second, third and fourth thtouRhout the United States and Canada, will spend this year over mo hundred thuusanil ilollnrs falling iu like mnuuer to those entitled among our new subscribers in the form of an artistic to them. Offer a like prizo .for draft Crayon Portrait and a handsome frame (as per cut below), to be made f reo of charge for every new tenuis walking a mile with a load of two subscriber to "North American Homes.'' Our tons and for teams trotting n milo with family journal is a monthly publication consisting of ltl races, filled with the best literature ni ihr Hitr. f a load of ton, tho teat iu each '4 bv&ome of the best authors, and. is tvnrthv of tha I KX24 :aso to determine tho award, other preat expense we are doing forlL Eight years apo J.J the A'ew i'ort World had onlc uhont 15.000 riallv rlr. things leing equal. These contest to It has orer300,C00. This was obtained bv judicious advertisement and a lavish m culation; Ik judged, timed and recorded on much ejpenditure ol money, w hat the proprietor of the v. y. world has accomplished we feel confident of doing ourselves. We ha e n large capital to draw upon, and the handsome prrmlum Of Stanford. Our facilities in the the snuio plan as the trotting races. v e are (riving you certainly r! c us the larpest circulation of anv paper in the world. The This plan will doubtless bo met with market for buying gives us a hold money we are spending now amone our subcribers will soon cone back to us In Increased circulation and advertisements. The Crayon Portrait we will have made for you will be executed lto approved tunny objections. It will not lv the largest association of artists in this city. Their work is among the finest made, and we by owners of dude stallions that they that few merchants possess. HavKiiuruntec you an artistic Portrait and a perfect likeness to the oriRirml. There is nothing more useful as w ell as ornamental than a handsome framed Crayon Portrait of yourself or any consider too fine to ever wear a collar or ing seven stores, two competent member of your family: therefore this Is a chance In a lifetime to net one already framed muscle in proof of tho claim buyers and the cash, enables us to strain and ready to hang in our parlor absolutely free or charge. Tho mnn that they are draft horses. BEAD THE FOLLOWING GRAND 30 DAYS' OFFER: claiming to have a trotting stallion has buy cheap; no matter how large Send us f 10, price for one year subscription to " North American Homes," nnd send us also uinkiug him trot. Why the lot is,wc buy it and at our to prove it by n photograph, tintype or dajucrrotypc of yourself or any member of your family, living or unu, iiu ms mi, uidKc yuu iium an arimic nail inn mzu urayon l'nnraii, anu put IDC not prove you have a suporior draft stalin a goon substantial or uronzo irumo or A lucli xnouldln lion by making him pull? Tho test will own price. Our Eastern buyer lurnlsn irco 01 cmirge: win also k' uu a genuine rrcnen cias, uoxingana not harm either ono nnd it is as impossi- sent us a lot of tacking same frro 01 'xirn. Cut ble to tell by more npitounuicu whether this out and send it w ith your photo-- l i;j ijmi ui umc, mtw vuut a horse has great strength ns it is to tell w hfch you can remit by Draft, P. O. whether ono has groat speed. Others Money Order, Express Jfoney Order, or Postal Note, mads payable to will ridicule tho idea of trotting rnces for draft horses as something ubsurdly NORTH AMERICAN HOMES PUBLISHING CO.. Jtcrcrencca-Anjn- cw foreign to their lino of usefulness, and WOW Building, KeW YOlt scout the notion of cultivating sieed where strength is tho essential ioint. For Character of Work werefer to tho editor of the Interior Journal. Yos, ttower and endurance to handle tho heavy loads seiii to lto tho desideratum, liut iu tho quustion of economic With instructions to close them to diwr dm ft time is always a factor, and the out at manufacturers' first cost. ff)ou with pnioy the "out a life'" tille f ulkvt extent, ride A Specialist with a State Reputeam that cym move the greatest nmount tation for Curing Ohscure Prices on them 25 and 35 cents. COLUMBIA OPw HARTFORD if freight Itotween two jstinU iu a given ""vxTJy time, ns a week or n mouth, is tho best. Every pair worth twice the monChronic Diseases. BICYCLE. So the ilmft totun, jmr excollenco, must boy needs a pair of If your not only have strength nnd endurance, ey. The (olumliau too will Lrown to ntrd fur . but iikshI the fast walk for the heavy Knee Pants, buy them this week, The llattfonl i i ot rccnmmtuilation equaled at the ti r furtuth it with the '' load, and the lively trot for tho light E as the lot we have will only last 1'neumatK Tires for ito. loads mid empty return trip. Ureedint; for heavy draft alono will about one week. NEEDED IN WE SUPPLY EVERYTHING giv us slow, heavy, sluggish animals, GOHNEQTION.VITH BICYCLING. while if we try to counteract this by cultivating activity, sprightli-uea- s repairing. Write ui when jeurccd mid nervo, not only will the heavy In assorting our an) thing. Ikj more economical draft hordes, oiios but tho lighter ones, of which there will G. M. AULISON CO., always bo a good ninny, will better fill 440 WoatWaln Street, the Mil Tor handy, agreenblo business horses. LOUISVILLE, - - - - KY. The greatest danger to tho draft horso is not that ho will not lw big enough, Wc found 25 Suits one of a kind, but tlmt ho will not lto good enough. which wc have placed on sale at of BHOWALLHSN BY TBE8B seems warranted that So the 9mmWr'r'lr lBttsOr races, and tosts involving activity as our i. The urdersijneu, l. J 'C Hur, A. R Penwell as strength, aru for the beat interny J N. Jletiefc, J It. r)ter W G clcn 1 hat we, Ru'us K. Svfers George C Wtbster, and J W. Hayden herety associate themscnet Fmnk A Mcltride, t Oram, W J. Wilso ests of tho heavy horbos and their breed order to lorm a c rrxiratlou pursuant and 1 homas tottethcr alter, have associated and becom A. W. Hnydonin Ureedor'sOnzotto. nf the Oenerulbtatutexif Kentucky. incorporated poisuaiit 10 the provisions ui Chapter er. to Chapter 56 'lhe narccof the curpwratlon hall be "Stan-for- d 3 01 tne uenera. siaiuics ui ien:ucKy Watt r, Light, Light and Ice Company," aod J6 The name ot the corporation thus firmed is the irlni: ClilrkiMii. Its principal place of tuine shall be the cit uf "Kcelcv Institute of Kentucky '' The pilncipal Stafford, KtntucVy. place ot trausactmg the bu.iuess of said corporaNow is tho timo when tho poultry APPLEMAN M. D. 3. Tho general nature of the liuilnest to be tion shall be Lrnb (Orchard, Lincoln countv , Ky , J. keeiKirs need to lto on tho alert. April trnnmcted by the curpuration (hall It' the with a branch otfice in the city t Louisville, Ky The Suits mustjbe closed out at maintenance and operation of a svstem or the oarlj luirt of May is nouo to early 1 he general itatuie of the business to be THE CELEBRATED Works for supphing water to the city of to get chickens out, whether intended once and if prices will be an in- cf Water and tne uiwn of Ktm land nnd to their iu tion ofshall be th,' of aanlt?rium tor the recepStanford patients suffering frum diseases, mental or the cnnstructiun, maintenance und physical, or both, including patients sulTerii gfrom for tho Thanksgiving or Chrihtma.s mar- ducement to make them go, try habitants, and Lichts fur sup alcoholism tncopium habit a d oilier similar maloperation ota system of ket, for exhibiting at fall fairs or wintor pKmg light to said cit and tuu anil m their in- - adies, and an busiues. incidental to or properly to bo kept to us and you will surely buy. lioultry shows, or intended tinoitants, ana tue manuiactiireauu sale 01 arun-ci- connected therewith; and for muintniuing a hotel Fortutrly Protesscr of Practice of Medicine, ice for the accommodation of the patients or uthcr furnish eggs no.t winter while tho high 4. Iheauthorired capital nock 1 he amount CSAnything on the Odd Coun- tion shall be one hundred thomsand of the corpora- three hundred of the capital stock authorised is Electrical Medical College, dividmore important than dollars, prices prevail. Hut thousand dollars, divided intoshares ed into shares of fifty dollars each, but the Compa- of one hundred dollirs each payable at once, and early hatching is the keeping up a con- ter will be sold at cost. business hen as much as ny may TORONTO, CANADA, which may be paid, nnd it is coiilen.plated will be stant growth through tho summer mid thouxind dollars ct the capital stock is sub- paid full bv the Ml and transfer to the Compascribed, and no stock shall 1h issued at lest than ny ot the real estate und is.ronal property in LinNow Examining Phjsictan of the fall. They luvd food abundant and its par value and except tor money actually paid coln county inuunasne Crab Orchard Wirings varied in kinds to inula this growth, Itiitr for property at its market alue actually re- propert) and the proprietary rights ot Rufu K Southern Medical Institute, ceived nnd applied to the 'authorised purposes of -- ler OeorgeC Webster, r rank A McHndand mid they need it regularly. A hearty tlie corporation, or for labor done and accepted at Andrew Dunmnton in ami to the agenevtor the then" is not enough. See LOUISVILLE, KY. feed "now and Its narket value. Subscriptions fur stock shall be sale and administration of Dr Leslie E Keeleys paid at such times and in such irstalliueiits as the duuble Chloride of (Jold remedies, in and fur the : that they havo enough three times a lloard ol Directors mav determine FriState of Kentucky, granted to them in and by cer day, one of these times being us early iu 5. 1 ho corporation shall begin business on the tain written contracts between them as parties of jutli day of April, 1893, and continue in existence the one part and the Leslie E Keeley Companv of May 27, tho morning as they aru stirring, and fur fifty jears thereafter the other just Iwforo they house up for con. Dwight, 16, ioji o the corporation Every lady buying Sio's worth ductedThe affairs of of five Directors, shall otbewhom ef March Illinois, party of the other part, of date From 9 a.m. to 6 p m , one day only, returning one by a Board the night, with tho third about midday every four weeks during the year 1h corporation shall commence on tho jth day the Hoard, and appointed between the two. While they are small, of goods or ovcrjthis week will re- shall be other officersPrtsident by as tho said Board oi April, iSya, and continue tor a period of twenund agtrts bj such Dr. Applemamsagraduatpcf Ilellevue Hospitty five jiars thence ensuing n ay deem necessary to appoint and before they begin to roam altout in ceive one of our Elegant The affair of the corporation shall be conducted al Medical College, New York City, and the Elec1 he lloard of Directors shall be electtd an by a Hoard of Director consisting ofMx memotr', trical Medical College, Toronto, Canada. Ilohas 7 search of insects and grcon food, give nuallvbythe stockholdtr. on the fust Morula j of to be elected on the first Moi.daj lnever Novem- made a special study ot the diseases he treated in five feeds a day, or food onco iu two oach July, toholo ofhee for one jear, or until their ber, anu to bold odice for one car thereafter and the great Ilellevue and Charity Hospital for sevsuccessors are tlrcted and qualified and until the until th election aud qualificatioi. f their succes- en! years and recognizes losuperior m diignolnir Iiourc Do not give food of a fattening : first annual electic n in lulv, 193, the incorpora and trtMtiiiir Chronic Diseases He devotes all Hut the firt election for Disors diameter, but vary it. Do not allow tors herelnbefure named snail be the II mud of rect" lespcctivtl) occur until the fir.t Monday of his time to the treatment of chrome and nervous shall not Directors of the Company, In the annuil election November, iSn The ineorporaiois above named diseases of both sexes and his skill as an expert in them to crowd one auothor in the jx'ii of Directors each shareholder shall lutein? right shall constitute the first lloard of Directors and this class ot caies is well established Treats sucnights, and see that there is pure water Erec of Charge. to cast as many ote in the aggregate as he !ba!i shall hold ilielr office until the first Monday in cessfully, and own shares, multiplied by the number of Directand clean gravel for them to havo free November 1S94 The Hoard of Directors shall ors to be elected, and each shaieholder mav cat ettct from their numbera Pre idtntnnd access to. Tako esjteciid imiiia to keep person or by Cures the whole numbei ot votes bectetary, Treasurer, and may al Remember this offer is positive- proxy for one caniMdate, orcither in distribute hu vote Manager and such electa officers as to them mav all vermin away from them. Lico kill other Ears, candidates, and the Directors seem Cct, from rersons outside of the Hoard of Acute and Chronic Catarrh, Rlngiig amony two or more Deafness, Di.easesof more chickens overy week than do ly for this wuek only. of this Company shall beeltcted in no other man- Directors, and mav prtcribe the qualifications Lungs, KiCney, Unnarvhe, Lar, Nose, 'lliro.it, and Hladder troubles ner, except when a acancy occurs it may he filled and duties of any such cuicersso elected hawks, owls, skunks and we.uels comHnglit's Disease, Di betes, Dyspepsia, Constiby the other Directors, which pation, Rheumatism aud I'aralj.u, Epilepsy or lhe highest amount ol indebtedness to Itsell bined. American Cultivator. S. This corporation shall possess a.l the powers sld subject may at The Tale. Louisville . Store frt JBiiWL4Prt3H tftftftuf 9 H STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. THE JAMES LEFFEL af FREE. CRAYON PORTRAITS 4 FRAMES sweep-stake- Ite-it- ig Bargain one-hal- House --Vec-5YS-!W&3 y 111 i Boys' Knee : Pants Miux-rijuiui- i ', 'bills ton-rieur- y $lm '$ WWW Ni. CanI?v Wb& Jl Fu.t-cla- st lYlens Suits & asw-rtio- mim 111 iNconw, nmui mm klsssVlsssssssssssssssssssft. J IWHI S. ODD GOUNTER & mwmm AmWl: ' c tmn-acte- d ii Elt-ctri-c English Bpecialist, al twpntt-t)-t- m 111 , FREE! FREE! Will be at Stanford, day, ' Shopping Bassket, Permanently 111 112! T 1 - r S. I li' Flo. iv ruTroiui roit loading hoos. placetl at ono end of tho house. It should bo substantially mado nnd havo ii gate, A, at ono side. Tho gate bears a hook and when not in uso is folded back and fastened to a staplo in tho wall. To remove hogs trom tho pen closo the gate and back tho wagon with its rear end squarely against tho end of tho platform. Tho movable block, E, Fig. 2, is then pushed aside and tho swinging door is then easily removed Tho hogs may then, without the Kast diillcnlty, do driven along tho passngo nnd directly the into tho wagon with not vexation of loading from an open pen. James M. Shull in Rural New Yorker. one-tent- h It Is irratifvinL' io know that tho mut ton market has kept up well this spring. Supplies wero light early in tho season. eral Statutes ot Kentucky In case of the death, rc!gnation or inability to Lltu Slot It l'oliils. lmpotcncy, Eruptions, the results of Celebrated Edwin Clapp 1 his corporation shall at no time contract or 9 crve, prior to November, ibc4, cf elt trot the inincur debts greater in amount than 30 ptr cent of corporators moiied hertin, the legal representa- errors 01 excesses, should call before it is too late. Juno is tho month iu which to breed We gurautco a cure if case has not gone too far. the stock subscribed and paid for. tive ot either of said parties ohall have the excluSuperfluous hair and all eruptions of the face for fall pigs. 10. The private property ot the Moikholdors his successor as such Di permanently rcmuved HAND-MAD- E shall be exempt from liability for the debts of the sive rlnt 10 nominate during said period rector mthm Ccinpan Fall pigs do best when farrowed in C IIOWF, corporation. lhe private proper! of the members and stockSeptombor. A R. PENNY, holders of this Companv shall be exempt from N. J. II MrNEFEE, liability for the debts of the corporation 1 If tho lamlts aro not doing well wean FOSTER As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc, Said corporation shall have perpetual succes"W G. WELCH, them early and let them havo good passion, the rieht to sue and capacity to bo sued by cured by never falling remedies. W UAVDEN ao in all styles; every pair Diseases of women, such as Lcucorrhea, painful J. its aforesaid corporate name, mty nave a common ture along with oats, oil cako nnd bran. For men, Displacement ot Womb, bearing seal and alter it at pleasure; mav render the sbares Menstruation down pains in back, relieved in short time. If, however, they aro thriving-- they may warranted. Price $5, Dongola ot inttre-t- s of stockholders transferable and The Doctor carries all his portable instruments the mode of making transfer; may extmpt run with tho owo as long as it is profita- and Kangaroo. and comes prepared to examine the most obscure the private property of the members and stockble without weakening her down too holders from llaMllt) for the debts of the corpor- medical and surgical cases DELER IV He undertakes no incurable diseases but cures ation, and dees heiein liefnre exercise thispuvtcr much. hundreds given up to die. Our Dry Goods and Furnishing and by these articles, irrevocably xempt tho Uso only soft twine for tying wool. stockholders und members proptrtv of the Departments are brimful of Barfrom liabiliay for the doits of the corporation; And Country Produce, CONSULTATION FREE Binding twino cuts wool. his stock of goods and is ready to .ere 111a) make contracts, acquneand trnfcr proper-tHas opened Anil Confidential, "2Addrc4 in real Tho weaning timo for lambs is from gains. If you need anything in the people of Stanford and lclnit) He Is offer- such or personal, osesilns; the same povvtrand private individuals respects ood of early in May till tho middle of August, our line it will be money in your ing unheard lou ilargulns nnd all who wantcalLon mortgage any a its property, real crenjoy; nal; perse of J. S. APPLEMAX, M. D , goods at tho est possible prices shouM may establish and make rules or regulaaccording to tho ago nnd condition of o fa.i him on Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pike LcuiiviIIi, Ky. tions deemed expedient for the management of it pockets by buying from us. tho lamb. affair not neon n tent with the constitution or 1 WILL MAKE laws of the State or of the United State Potatoes fed to n cow will increaso her wheiecf, witness the signatures ot In BAUGIIHIAN, flow of milk. FRANK A. McitRIDE, the lucorporators PHOTOS' W T G i:NT. FIRE AND STORM ' THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Why is not a drnft horso raco preCEO '. WEHhTFR, From now till Ma 15th RUFUS K. SVFKRs pared as ono of tho attractions for fairs IMOMAS WALKhR, this fall? There would Do qnito ns : SI. 99 : PER : DOZEN. Branch Stores: W J WILSON AT ac much fun in ii as iu a raco between Remember I3 is my regular price. Come now thoroughbreds. . ..Representing... Paris, Ky.; and take advantage of the Io rates y Dcvirsvble 1'irr.i of ip A J KARP, Stanford. PATl lillilN I. Acres t Crab Orchard Hogs running on clover pasture Cynthiana, Ky.; 70, Hartiord, should havo bosldes a grain ration. pike, 4 mile from Stanford. W. H Miller of Hartford, Conn , Carlisle, Ky.; Peas in tho northwest mnko an exManchester, of Manchester, Engr. I am Agent for the Celebrated Versailles, Ky.; HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. Pennnsylvania Firo, Philadelphia, cellent food for hogs. The best timo to Deering : Harvesting : Company, turn tho hogs upon tho greou pasture is Ins. Co. of North America, 'Mt. Sterling, Ky.; And offer their Machines to the people of Lincoln when tho itcns aro in milK. I offer far rent the House and Lot belonging to county. Their Hinders aie unexcelled and their thr estate of Cnpt Gaines Craig, and adjoining Indiana. All of which are first class Companies I vtoufd Mauckport, Givo Glanber salts to pigs which aro Reapers and Mowers stand the highest uf any iu Dr. J. B. Ovv.Uv, en II uttoavillo street, Sunforo, be pleased to wait on my friends in this line Pol. the market. Also keep all kinds of Axturtson Ky It ha eijnticxjmt, good wejl and necessary icies promptly isMied. Will insure against tornaconstipated. Mix it in milk. Tho dose Main office Louisville, Ky. Office at First hand see me before purchasing does, wind itornn and lightning Lightning clausouthouse U ton half pound for a grown National Hank J H UAUCHMAN, P M. McROHERTS, Agent. es attached without additional charge Stanford, Ky. tS'im Stanford, Ky A. HAYS, hog, nnd less according to size. i3 it Office at First National Hank .Stanford. 11 1 Just received 100 pairs of the enumerated in Section a of Chapter jo of the Gen- anytime corporation one hundred thousand dollars is Fits positively cured. Young or middle aged men suffering from SHOE Blood and Skin Diseases. pre-scri- le !;' General -:- 3IercliaiicHse, 1 pil-va- te ), by-la- 1 CABINET J. II. :S INSURANCE AGENT jj-i- I To Farmers. a. . J:Tl H flS " n J ? :; ,ws i one-four- th Manager. ? -- Semi-Week- ly ivi b it- m fections. I know not how long the A corn field to tho sunshine snare has been spread for me, but it has Has turned n tinselled blade, An old barn sits beside it taken two years and n half to fully en K. G. LOCAL TIME CARD. And leans upon the shnde, tangle and capture my heart. I missed Tho mirror of the river Train naves Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning beauty, the preen fields, their undulating Is of the sunset made. "l'.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. the sprinkle of cattle and horses upon One starstands in the distance the slopes, the dancing creeks, ah, you 3 pm Mill tram going North... Tho gates of day to close, ...is 134pm realize I am not oil with the old love South " " The late bird Hying over - 1115 am though Eipreti train " South.. I be on with the new. But The evening's mystery knows. North- 54m ... Local Freight North ......659 am MontL'omerv is beautiful. At this sea- A train of cars rush onward South.. .. .5tjpm And the t iliiiht lonely grows. eon it is an Eden. The streets are like The latter traina also carry passengers. U under manv of ii calculated on itandard time, Solar IUVO. The above ',..,. Hln. ttvllit'ht . v.....p, These are a few of the attractions time ii about 30 minutes fatter. the trees atjnoontime grand old water- - about Montgomery, but there are others QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. oaks that the spring bespangles with outside the city, chief among them being tuch n tender green to deepen as the Pickett's Spring? once a great pleasure Trains pass Junction City as follow Fast days grow. And the llowers hold a carO .V C Specltl 11 26 a m house, now in ruins. A vast plantation Mail i 43 P m , New Orleans Limited 3 : P m.; Special 8 40 ji m. nival the entire twelve months. This is spreads out on three sides and the other Special 57 "I" Q J: C. i Grass Special s'to a m ; Cincinnati Limited a o; the banqueting time of the rose. Thoy shows a lake, about which is crowded a p. m.; last Mail a 41 p. m. climb and cluster and cling along the forest of bay trees. They are blooming galleries, they go twisting and twining now. A drive in that direction reminds together, letting down long loops, crawl one of the whereabouts of tho nngels ing into crevices?, holding to the very Surely the seraphs could have no sweet a ltd othor bricks, it seems, until the wall is mount- er whispers than the breath of bay blosed and they can wave their bauners of soms. bowel bloom to the breeze. I am thinking of a cured and prevented Jacksou's Lake is the famous picnic morning not long ago t had gone un by prompt into n fiiend's boudoir, mis- grounds and riiht royal is the entertain expectedly taking it for the parlor. Tho windows ing there. The shooting clubs scatter of were open to the garden and. the vapor their invitations to the four wiuds and of tho'room seemed just distilled from nothing excels these annual barbecues. "How sweet!" A day was made almost perfect last the rose nook outside. They "Yes," she said, "but I have just been week at these grounds there is just one liver, thinking, Mrs. McKinney, that I ought blot upon its memory the death of the pigeons and what is worse, the flutter of to have a canary to sing here," and she waved her hand toward a shady win- wounded wings along the gra3 or in the and greatly heaven of the dow. I looked out. The Marechal a woman with trees. It is cruel and how a soul can seat herself unXeil yino was spotted with yellow. If der the canopy of her parasol, with her the roses could sing "I would have a pretty fan goiDg and leisurely watch the dock of canaries" she said, appreciative. L,owc!l, guns aimed and fired at these winged iVSass. A rose making ly. A rose singing! nM VIU ,..... fliink- n fl.uf messengers is beyond me. But perhaps n,i G.Ul Wt... Vf. hMUk. HlCim.. 4V.U I am saying too much for one who bus The pastoral of the sweet briar what a nrcentpd B. fioft..n tin. linanltnlit nf ,1.,.. DR. W. dewy conglomeration of sound of field r, ct .:.. P1..1. "frwiuu, and forest we would have! The ditty .'luuijjuureij I .11 ... !.. l... ..rJ.k...tilluc Wii-- r uuj, 1110 kuijs win hamfrom its hich of tho Office South side Main street, in office recently go, but no live birds. CIbv pigeons will vacated by Or. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. mock on the tree top the Marechal be substituted and the dance will be Neil's sonnet the jackmenot's elegy there and the card tables, the beer and 3laBEl and the sunset's hymn ! "What a lessent the berries. And I will go and down bv SURGEON DENTIST. ing of fervor there would be in the poetotsimtion, And offer the services ef it to the public. Iltand - ,P,B1 nov TPlT ' 'roni tliolniroln Office on Main street, over W. D McRoberts ic world and how many pens would he where old dolls were made young, nnd now vehicles and fresh bloaded hones make my I have moreii to mv new stable compare with lloi.i .. . "T"a garland for The Capitol City Shooting Drue Store, Stanford. : i.i sJctonosflulu. restored to health tossed aside in disgust if the llowers " Tho Best in tho Cnuntrv. ft'".".''""me"Vs.!! v isu.wU,.L. j.' Club that kills not neither wounds. After much thought nnd discussion. could sing. But I am embowered; I Give a call. Give me a ca'l Yours Sincerely, Katydid. we nt Inst decided to send our darling R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. meant to loiter about the town and tell ERANK RILEY. I' W GREEN, Prtfitor there. We bade her good-bwith many AL 1IURNS, Manager you how ancient it looks. DENTIST. tears and kisses, laid her in n narrow A Big Saw For Work on Metal Plates. .. .1 wife (s moving to the Higgins office, Lancaster street. ' iinrtaL.ti.1 u ......tl nn.nn: rl. :..., c. n, wUU tutna .1 ""A Vintn luiii'n'iu tt nci'inra, umi scni first the high brick Tourists observe uiu hor nway she had Wen gone only a v..UeB.eliu.FiqWl Nitrous Oxide Uas given for painless estracting, T'3'hM M,k CI flDDDV h"ies. nsww.n and walls about the yards and it becomes a government contract for a portion of the fcw days when tho STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 1 tifcx 1 winter rains began, question as to why they were ever armor plates of the new navy, are to add and soon thoro wero great Hoods en ciiessssH lis taw. ml'ikii C. M.hl'OOVAMOflKt! ,. .... M. ORAIG, builded, for, aside from the picturesque to the finishing plant of the armor de throughout Germany. DR. 15 J r.. UKUCl. or ma,,y ,on? weeks we did not hear THOMAS C. I1AI.I. ruins of these fences, there is nothing to partmeut at their Homestead mill, near Homeopathic Physician, SI EEL E HAIL EV Kvery day wo Pittsburg, a gigantic saw, weighing 1 10 ono T"1 please the eye. And tho tomb-likA.M. FELANI) went down to tho doll establishment II. W. O A INKS. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. gates to this mason work makes an un- tons, that .tii cut a nickel steel armor ifrom whIch sho hml K.on fcont to JAMES Gl YENS. now I S PHI! LIPS, Hotel, renovated Office Hours: to to is a m.; t to 3 p. m.; 8 to canny memory even when driving past. plate as an ordinary saw does a plank. nu!n nlmut h..r; imt. nil it, mi., a. la This charge and intendand rtfurnlihed, soIs as IS) to conduct It my " p. m. ANION KKNACKP.R Let the fences be a network through The armor plate ranges in weight from S last, nowever, our bail Hearts wero not only maintain its high reputation, but lo arid CLARK RKYNOLD Office on Lancaster street, opposite M LAl KOVVIl sons li't ol 39"?r which the wind may sweep and weary to 33 tons, and are sometimes 2D feet made very glad. One morning, going to its far commercialfriends bpecial (inaccemmoda tions travelers and toemt for T Ii NEWLAMJ W W H.W eyes wander, ".finding rest against the long and 20 inches thick. The saw has down on our dally errand, we found thedlsploy of samples. ( MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, C I.iiS a blade 7 feet in diameter, geared from Miss Rosy had arrived, anil was wnit-In- g green of tbe gardens. rRM IIAt MANN A us. Oh, Joy! above aud revolvinK horizontally. With thereImpatiently a to sec sho lay in box, just as plump And IIILLIARDand I'OOL ROOMS attached. "The Blue Ruins" is the name of the Corner Main and Depot Streets, it an angular slab of cold nickel steel and rosy jus sho could bo. Her lom? JOSEPH COFrKY -Kentucky. oldest house ir the city and its history weighing perhaps a dozen tou, is taken golden curls fell about her lovely face. Stanford, NATIONAL BANK has preserved it. 'Twits hero that La- oil' like tho slab of a pine log. "LOCUST GROVE" and reached down to her wnint. line of Spring and Has just receive! a handsome The s.tw OF STANFORD. KY Summer Millinery and mutes her friends and the fayette wus entertained and nothing is is the first of its kind wr iihp.1 in tin..1 When w e arrived nt home nnd tried public generally to I1 in ar.d get first choice. more interesting than to listen to some on her drosses, none of them would fit. Hats and Iloutiet trimmed in the latest stle by country anil cost $35,000. Would you believe it? She had grown most artistic hinds. old person relate as to how the house FOR SALE Capital Stock a whole inch! Mildred L. in St. ready for the grtat Frenchwas made The supreme court of theUnitedSlates Nicholas. finest Farm and richest toil in Lincoln ca., Surplus The 18,500 Land, d cesnprltlnz 450 acres ol man. A carpet vas sent from here, a rendered a decision on a case from West within two miles i.t Susuotd. the cosmiy seat HENRY THE FIFTH. bed from there, chairs from yonder un- Virginia, involving the legality of pay- of IJncoln Fronted by tkt Shelby City tun pike Attention of the public Is invited to th0 (tc turnStanfoid and to I can supply the families of Stanford and vicintil the chamber was furnished. There is ment of notes jjiveu prior to the war in' TIip Qui'r Crnille Onrp Oi rujilol ty u and acccsiUe onethe ttw best Slock Danville in the irui misis in .inly .Mtiemil iuk in Sianfoid Farms of pike. 1 his is ity with home made Ice at 60 cts per 100 pounds: itvtier me pievions the llonal Hank Act region and is in a hit;h state of cull Noti'tl Kin? or liuglnnil. Jcttimters are secured not only by the catHtaf less than that amount at one cent per pound, and an old mirror, the original price of which confederate money durinu the war. The pounds or $ Abundance of water lor all purtwws manufactured lea at 7$ cents per 100 the skKkholders I4I.IIIIT iur Little princes and prlneot-sa- s over in vatioa ferule and is suitable (or the growing of stock, butbv to the llnck, so that depositors SB Soil is cents for smaller quaiiti'les. Ice delivered eiery was $100, in the house where I am living sellers of the property accepted the smostDt equal of wheat 1 hen p. call special attention t the John morning. to look upon the batter- money, but after the war brought suit Europe nowadays havo the mast Ixiau- - located tobacco, com andbe divided he land is so this lasiitulioa arc secured by a fuad of Jy, oo. I love and lwoc Five snorn sttemesits oftlsecondiisaM of ihc bank o that it can X L. Deer, for Rrewitu C ' Celebrated fll ffn11ic ()at trit nmt iiTslitaui It. Farms made The improvements are a large ami arc ttiadeeach ear to the Culled Suits govern-ucwhich I am agent. Will furnish in cithe keg or ed old frame, and I love to see my own for tho purchase money on the ground lhor WIU, n tlme whon tll0V wen'vre commodious dwellia) a convenient stock barn bottle. Write for price. and its assets arc detained at Mated times countonauce reflected from where so that puyment in confederate notes did simple, For talor.Vc , the oi fruit of all kinds, cu E IIREMER, Stanford, Ky ky government age at, tjias scurin; raldililoaa i3tf matsoo, apply to K II IUM-s- , Stanioru snd perfect safety to depositors many glad aud hopeful faces must have not constitute n payment in lawful j" I JONKS,' King Henry V. of Kngland wn boni This inililtOHsa, orientally cstablithed as the -O V RILEY, I'inevslle 4.iw i looked in tho long ago. And yet, there money. The district court of West Vir- - at Monmouth ca&tle tiro lntndred and Deposit Hank of Sunford In till, then red a the National Hank ol Siastford in iVoj and must have been some faces that were gmia rendered n judgment in their faagain re orKmida the I'lr.t Natsoaal Hank ol Stanldfd in 1M1, has had practically an uninterdiscouraged, disconsolate; vor, but the supreme court has reversed disappointed, rupted xitacof t jears It U hotter supplied Of.all kind, aaw with tadlities for lrna.UNKSH4! for so seems the shadowy throng that at prompt ly and liberally than evar before M us laag and Made and Set Up in All Parts of times pusses into the beyond of the old this judgment, holdim; that they brought AGENT hanorable career Accvtsals of corptsrasloat REAL their action too late. the Country. Arms and iadivsdaals ispcctft.ll d looking glass. Ky. No Agents emploj el. "There is one tluuu 1 like about your The Director) ol this Hank is asmpcf ol Irr striking contrast to "The Blue husband; he never hurries you when! I have quite a number ot I ARMS lor sala ol the ' r. J. Faster, af btaafor.l; W. ADAMS & SON, Land in Lincoln county. very beat H home of Jeff getting ready for a walk." "Precious Ruins" is the Lexington, Ky No. 47 liroadway, Forestus Resd, Litvcela cossaty ; if ten These farms are all well improved and goad Davis, which is white and clean as 'the little credit due him for that, my dear. J W. HajsWa, Sualordj rich lands, running in sire from 5010500 Acre Considering theis locality, tneir rvchnesa ami ferS II lUugbmaa, Liacnln, exterior of a new vault But the fence Whenever I see that J am not likely to tility of suit the convenience of turnpikes M railM. J. Miller, Ml Vornao; bring markets riybt to oar deur, they roads that and foundation have been Jitorally hack- be ready in time I simply hide his hat S. T Harris Lincoln, of nay other count) la ate cheaper than tho i.n monmoutu ed away by tourists, who are eager for or his gloves out of the way and let hiniiTI" "" iI!.hkiivkii the State There is scarcely a Farm i the counJ. S. locker Stanford; a depot That ty otor 5 miles from CAHTLK. any memento 'to hold together what lmut for them up nnd down till I have G. A. l.aky, Lincoln 1 he county is checked with turnpikes massing four years ago, ami his cradle Is htlll inevvry direction There is not a public road en T V. 101, Stanford. finished dressing." was and is." D. MacatUmlroii county seat W O Wrfcb, Sunford i preserved there. It Is only an oblong terms tbe (lie Knosvilla that is not the L A N K llranch ol We have , Keeps the nicest, the best and largest variety of W.I'. Tate, Stanfoid Rut the pride ol tlie place is the Chicago Capitalist About how high box of dark brown reeds, hung by the R. dividing the county from East to West and the R OFFICERSR white as its own laws should be, would you bo willing to run my new two ends upon little posts of carved oak, C S. this R IroiuNnrlhtpNith, the KtheC. R. O C ft Cincinnati, crossing Goods, Fruits, Fancy place to trom llackei, President; with a dove carved on eneh. It Is very at Winchester, giving full access to the markets ol Candies Nuts, Cigars hituated on a idling hill the very building? John J. McRoberts, Cashier; tkire large old, but It in tenderly carod for by the the whole world. Resides, w? have us greenest spot around .Montgomery. To a market A. A Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier. the county that give Chicago Architect As high as yon hoopers of the castle, because one of Flour Mills And Tobacco in the city home, for all our grain right the left rises the tall Confederate monu- wish. Science has recently discovered their kings once slept in it. Our Little ment of the mountain atregions and the develop ol Kattern and Kentucky bv lailroadsaud the outment, upon whose summit stands "Pa- that the earth's atmosphere is 150 miles Men nnd Women. railroads has created such n demand let Sonth by Co. triotism," with the old Confederate Hag thick instead of only 40 miles, ns heretofor all kinds of cereals and provender that wecan Difficult Task. That he also keeps the cheapest stock ot scarcely retain enough lor home consumption. held close against her heart, whiles she fore supposed. 'I he people ate prosperous, generous and kind, OF STANFORD, KY., Many idioms of tho English languago education. 1 here holds the broken sword out to her conin Christianity possess a striking and picturesque sig- believingneighborhood in and county but lias a Is now fully organued auft ready for business the Is not a Mrs. Peterby with What a talker Mrs. nificance, which from long nnd conntnnt ccod. church and querors. No oue can long consider this Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln, is a pros. Paid UP Capital Of monument, nor the women of the Mem- Gabler is. Her conversation resembles use is often lost sight of. Occasionally, $200,000. Vegetables, &c , and that he exchanges .all kinds inhab and however, unusual association brings it perous little city of about ,?oo North tantsNorth- is BUrplUS, . - of goods for Uacon, Lard, Ilutler, Eggs, Potatoes, orial Association here, who have labored a certain Texas railroad. and the great doorway from the 19,000. etc., for which he pays the . Mrs. Yerger In what way because it out with clearness and force. Two cast South and from the Northwest to froutheatt, so faithfully to sustain nnd embellish it, and standing as it does garing ngnj into me nos- women wero discussing' a young' man of bm of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern 5uCCESSOH loTHKLINCOLV NATIONAL, without a deep heart throb. All over is so fast ? Market HANK OK STANFORD. their acquaintance, whoso father had ir.iitiiritv harked un bv the whnb) Mrs. Peterby Oh, no, that's not it the brond South there should be a quickIn the city and bis daithrough Now closing up) with the same assets and under Goods delivered anywhere been n distinguished member of tho bar, region ot the State with railroads runningnatural!) tho lame management. ly trip made to Rowland it to all points of the compass, makes it ening of purpose and purse, to further because it lacks terminal facilities. JJy provisions of lis chatter, depositors are as and n useful member of boeiety. one of the best loc.ted towns In the South for enterprises of National aid in the completion of this mighty "For my part." sztid one, "I think mannfacturcs and other being agitated magnitude ii!"L.Pr.0'eCJeiluV.a,e.dr,01,orheld Individually being "There is one thing about n Boston wo George is and right Hanks, Water Works ate now A G. Laoham very bright and capable. I nm aboue the town about John D. Castleman. to marK the memory of tbois who man of a mile liable to the eatent of the amount of their Jtoc that I like," said Blithers. confident he will succeed." there could be erected Water Works with very therein it the par value thereol, in addition to the bledjmd died for their country. amount inshares It act "What's that?" queried Tetherton. "Yes," replied the other, "he is un- Ultle cost that would supply a city of 150,000 the executor,invested In such trustee, Ac,mayfully as administrator, as as habitants with the purest and best water in "She never says I told you so.' " doubtedly n worthy young man, but I world Our little city hss been newly rebuilt in Ju individual Yes, tho Capitol Hill is the charm of .u mute wno entrusted their bulstness to us houses It the last "That's true," said Tetherton, "but 3on't think ho has head enough to fill idences few years ami withbusiness cities of aril res- while mnaglng the Lincoln National ilank ol the city. Fancy the writer there, on larger greater will compare Our merchant and tradesmen arc atanlord, we we here tender our many thanks and she does say, 'didn't I suggest that iden- his father's shoes." pretensions the greon slope, about sunset, with a We have twe trust they will continue to transact their business all prosperous and doing well -- .Hi m, uuering as a guarantee ror prompt attenremembered joy in her glance and you tical orentuation a priori ?' " banns with a capital stock ot $400,000 that are Wutclimnkliifr Wisdom. tion to lame, our years experience in a . a and in a gooa ronumua. will have tho situation accurate. Veriemperor of prosperous splendid schools, we nave a remale B1""nB nnuas noeraltwenty When Charles the Fifth, accommodations as are con We have Great Britain, Italy and Australia have Sermany, abdicated his throne and building, with over 100 pu sistent with sound banking College, a large brick ly my heart seems to haunt this green the princilulshin ot In' accepted America's invitution to send a monk, ho amused himself with mlrof. J attendance and under a flourishing condiblHICTOHi: Hubbard, Is in M hill you all know why. f J J Williams, Mt, Vernon; delegates to an international conference tho mechanical nrts, nnd became an ex- tion. We also have a Seminary that is a good II F lUakemanat its head We J. M Hall, Stanford; pert watchmaker. His watchmaking school, with Prof of School buildings ic one of the J. S.Owsley, Stanford; BA11BEE &OASTLEMAN Ami then there is Wilson's Grove (so "for the purpose takenascertaining what taught him a few truths which ho never have section of thebest I'ublicgoodover too puptls in State, with this to increase the private much like the groves nt home) thnt has measures can be and S.J. Em'ry, Sunford ;j lad learned during his kingship. Ono attendance, school with other are excellent schools, MANAGERS, facilities J. B. Lynn, Stauford; more memories than it his trees, and use of silver in the currency Bystem of lay he exclaimed, in amazement: you see our decant church builniugs. rcnretcntin? w have A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgcville; 'Whnt nn egregious fool I have been to every denomination, with a full corps ot ministers Building, Louisville. the river thnt curves close against the the nations." Commerce class J. K.llaughman, Huston villej squandered so long so much blood of fiasany talent and are doing a better business lave town all of which have helped tomako Tho wettest place in tho world is said ind treasure In a foolish attempt to man nave ci J, F. Cash, Stanford; Agents throughout the South. as tria 10 mine im luicmrni as tacts, one love Montgomery. Reyond the riv- tobeCherra Ponjee, in tho William Gooch.Stanlord, Ky coloring, Kahsi hills nake all men think alike, when, with without auv exaggeration or and those who those wish .II. Shanks, President. who know will bear n out, er is u most beautiful panorama of coun- of Assam, India. Here the s avtil my attempts, I cannot make a few buy pleasant homes at fair prices and locate J. B. Owly, Cash VT. A. TBXSBLli, Local Ajont, try. Last full, on a September evening, erage for a single month from 100 to L'OO jvatchea keep time together!" Harper's to amonp. 1 good people with all the best surroundW, M. Bright, Teller. ings would do well to call aud see me before pur. L made an etching of it: STounp; People. KY. STANFORD. hasing elsewhere inches, M-Wh- en I am in love and with Montgomery. It la wise always to admit n fact and I Published Evory Tuoaday and Friday shall not keep away the truth as to how AT S3 PKK. YEfe IN" iVDVANCK. the dear old place has entrapped my afnot to paid 2 d d rxymr Interior Journal Katydid Talks of Montgomery, Ala. (To the Editor of the Interior Journal.) from Before a window. The river loiters by, Bevond the dying meadow Tho blue hiils brush the sky, Palo clouds upon tho heavens Like angel pillows lie. the open window $2.50 v ill be eharRed.-ff- n s- South-boun- Uluo-Gra- ss North-boun- m-- CONSTIPATION complaints the use Ayer's Cathartic Pills regulate the cleanse the stomach, digestion. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co, PENNY, Dentist. assist ...l...l - ; i ,... jiit-mm- y -.. lady-ban- k j f. a. s. price:, tl,nl,.nf...ii.iTi.n.: THE DOLL'S HOSPITAL. Is True Story or How Pretty Miss llosy Candidate for Circuit Judtft. the i,th DIs. Office opoito Coney House, triet, subject to tho action of the democratic part drew n Whole Inch. I - Girls, did you over hear of a dolls' hospital? Well, I run going to tell you W. 19 6m about one. My sister Kdlth onco had a la a Candidate (or Commonwealth's Attorney In very beautiful doll nnmed "llosy," nnd this the ijth Judicial Dittrut, subject to the ac1 1 I we were nil very fond of her. Sho camo hed ol the Democracy to us in Llngland, nud had nlwnj's been rather pale and delicate; so while wo I will mornlnir In Stanford and GOV. JaiUCS Ii. McCrcarV were in Florence, ltnly, wo thought it rtuwianadeliver Ice everrpounu or sixty eeni per at one ctnt per Is a Candidate fr Congtets In the Sth Congtes. might possibly benefit her to tnko n Ii u ml tI'd All accounts due last of well ek ja.mk! r iiu.mi, iioHal District of Kentucky, subje t In the action iitf course of baths. Stanford, Ky. uf the Democratic party Ono beautiful morning wo took her with us, and climbing tho hill to the S. OWSLEY, THE SHELTOH ROUSE. l'lnzzali dl Mtchulatigelo, where wo Is a Candidate for Coma nnwealth Attorney tub were accustomed to piny every day, wo ROWLAND, KV. In came to ti beautiful fountain with n Judicial Distrut to which I tuco u ulity may be low, broad basin. This exactly suited asiignnl our purpose. Undressing poor llosy, This House has been refitted Ihroughetil ; has her gentle little mother boldly plunged A LIVERY ATTACHED. her into tho wntor. Wo watched her Transient custom solicited gayly. After nwhllo her liininiwi said J. W CARRIER, Prop it wns time to tnko her out of the bath; o&uiy Mls-so out Rosy came. Oh, what night to beholdl Just imagine! Her SALOON hair wns nil coming out, her lones wore AT ROWLAND out of joint nnd her skin wns peeling off. (Her skin wns the kind which French dolls usually have compressed I ofTer for sale privately my frame Hotel and paper). Wo nil set tip ti dismal howl, are now tenting and rushed home to ask mamma if any- Saloon at Rowland, which located and a fine at ! s mouth It is centrally point thing could bo done for tho poor dar- per business, being at a terrrinal point on a illuslor ling. Mamma tried first of all to quiet ion of the L &. ' It has good well, stable coal house and other neretiary outbuildings. Addicts nnd sootho Itosy's broken-hearteHttlo MR- - MARYC r ERRILL, Stanford a mother, find then proceeded to examine the wreck. She made llosy a nice Httlo nightgown and enp, laid her In little bed, nnd comforted us by tolling us sho hoped the poor creature would soon bo Dealer in General Merchandise, Lumber and Shingles. butter. But Ilos3 ntlll remained very sold pleasure only It ill nnd never got nny bettor, in splto of to Goodsto the for cash In general elves meam dome nublk statu that I tho tender enro bestowed upon her. nicety under the Cash bvsten and that the people arc rapidly cat. hing on la the Flnnlly wo left Florenco nnd went to better system, both fur the the fact that it Is hey 1 Venice; but thochntigo of climate did also know that I sill aoods buyer and seller. less for about a third not benefit our dear invalid. From than my competitors ho do credit business lie number that I keep constantly on hand a splen-di- d Venice we went to tho Lnko of Coino, assortment of Pry Gouds, Groceries, Clothwhere we stayed two months, nnd often ing, Hoots, Shet, Hats and the like Call In and sre my stock, which is replenished almost dally took our dnrllng out to row on the blue r J II. HILTON, Ruwnd, Ky MOKELANI), waters. Still there wits no change for Dealer in the al e tho better. Then wo journeyed 01 er .. NOTICE TO THE tho Alps into Switzerland, where we Orders for Cattlo, Sheep and Hogs spent tho whole summer; but tho Sw Ks Soltcited Cattle and Sheet a ir tally. I'ersons havmir any of the t.ove cKriied stock air seemed to have lost Its virtue. Kosv lerssleur wishtni to mrckase umi. vill lo well no better. At last, when winter iiiuiMt me aii prle tears In this hutinpss has bxsiof profit 10 m aud was near nt nana, wo went to Nlev I hate opened in cofrneUKB nrlth my Hotel, tbe I think I can make t KrofimWv ImSI. la Ik Vi., baden, Germany. This Is a very tanu) Ud seller O address Stinfsvrd, Ky. iki if ill r4M tic '" nit l.'ttnis fn.....t.i OAceat the Myers House V " "" '"""" ior it3 i,ot baths. Manv invalids go there to be cured. We hud been there A HOUSE. but a short tl mo when we mot a kind K. H RILEV, Proprietor. lady who, hearing of llosy's condition, First-Clas- s told us that sho knew of a dolls' hov London, - - - Kentucky. ' A .DH. J. A. AMOXT, H. T. NOEL 4 Stan ford, Kentucky. , JOHN HUGHES ICE ICE J. JR., , 1 s 11 HOTEL AND FORSALE. J. H. HXX.TOIT, d 11 57-t- WILLIAM 'Kl H , " TRAVELING PUBLIC. - "" tis-t.- "" BETTERS HOUSE, THE RILEY Livery Stable, Ma j . -"- -- ... -. i inu-ii- v . A 1 . j r ; JOHN .... . .... rlUliSn e , ' h; ,. JOSEPH COFFEY,Pro'r. 1 ita:ul POSTED. 5I 1 court-hous- 4 ' Milliner and Dress Maker ---- Flrst-Clnss'.Salo- on 37-- lf ' FIRST j ICE 1 .Tm BEER. 1 0, s t o cb: 7AB.M lllue-l.ra- n titisa-tess 8200,000 , Blue-Gra- I Hre-m- er to-da- y. nl bs-- st - MONUMENTS ii. t. nusn. ESTATE Stanford, as s, solic-te- well-ke- pt j j DON'T YOU KNOW JESSE WEAKEN 1 -- 1 1 cap-itol- - 111 jQ03XTT FORGET South-easter- n Farmers BanMTrast Staple Groceries, And Provisions, Highest Prices. m school-hous- e. Illue-Grat- a 1 ef-o- rt 1 thrco-fourtl- is ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. 1-- .t fl Insurance Company, be--ur- -- ! - I 1) rain-fall- I 9J-t- yr