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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892060301 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. - Iff) Wfl '6 If'" f-r'arit, JW!'iLKg! 'vw" - . vol. xx. Semi Weekly Interior STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JUNE 3.1892. DANVILLE. Journal NO. 8 ik7 yr7 ' "- - v r7 : l.j "U NXtffeav AI'IJ " Maggie, the little dauglitor ot Mr. W. G. Proctor, is very ill with brain fe-- ve r. Tlieru will be a closing exhibition of the College gymnasium this, Thurs- J JOHN WILSON TISDALE. t Thu oldest turfman in America, John W. Tisdale, wlio has been entered in tho futurity stakes for hoiiih time, finish-oi- l lliu rnco nt S a. m. Tueaday, winning according to the Judge, with can- nml peacefulncRH. He wi horn in Louisa county. Vn., Nov. 14, ISO), nml wan vS(l He was years of age. brought by his parents lo Kentucky in 1S10 nml thoy settled on the old linrry Owsley place, near Crab Orcliard. "Wilde," ah he was called, becnint a jockey at nine nud rode in his time some famous races. At IS lie gave up "ding for training and has since brought many He professed reBtnrters totho )flt. ligion in February, 1801, under the proachingof Kid. J. G. Livingston and became nn earned christian. Ttiat preached his funeral sermon and eulogized him in tho highest manner. Tho remains wero interred ntCmb Orchard in the presence of n largo asH'tnbly. ly gen-tlem- The Old Turtman Dead, Aged 86. LANCASTER," QARRARDCOUNTY. i ft. r k The Press savs Senator Hill's record on the silver question ia ono mile in two minutes nml s secouds. Hev. (ieo. O. Karnes will hoi a series of meetings in Lancaster, beginning on tlie Kith of this month. Itev. Geuroe W. Dunlap will deliver a lecture untitled "A Trip Around the World," at the Court house on Friday ovening, June 10th. Tho friends of the presidential candidates of the. various political patties, whoaro sanguine that their favorites nominated by acclamation will bo ahoiiUI remember that after the notnina tion therois such a thing as beiug defeated by acclamation. -- Capt. W. 0. Mcl'arland. of the 10th U.S. Infantry, arrived with his family at Fort DougUB, Salt Uke City, Utah, on the 'J 1th ultimo. His son, who had been sick in New York for many months Mood tho trip well and was greatly improved in health Garrard College clones next Wednesday. The commencement exercises will begin with the Baccalaureate Sunday night. On Monday evening the annual concert at the hall. On Tuesday night the juveniles will give their entertainment in tho College chapel, closing with exercises held at the Chris tinn church Wwduisdny morning nt 10 o'clock. Tim New York Frees has ten photographs of James U. Klaine, taken in tho last few days by tho great artist, .Sarony. Ho bays that he lias taken photograph of all tho great men of this country for many years; including priuces nml noblemen, but the greatest man he evor turned the eumara on was Jnme G. Maine. He express the opinion tliat Mr. Maine is in excellent health and capable pf doing any amount of bard 1 ser-mo- which prohibited sales "in any quantity WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. less than ten gallons." Circuit court will hegin Monday. Tho IxTKnioit Journal has been The new buggy supply factory be-- . shown a copy of an allldavit hworn to gin work Tuesday morning. ny jonn ueiner before M. v. Payne, a MY ENTIRE STOCK AT The infant daughter of Mr. and MrB. justice of for Marion county, James Watt died Tiiemlny morning. Ohio, charging one L. P. Walter with day, evening. Mrs. J. L. Whitehead is expecting Prof. H. K. Taylor, of Louisville, a obtaining a promissory note Jan. 12th, her father and mother, Gen. and Mrs. w of Judge N.Sandifer, is vis- 1SS0, for $3PJ by false pretenses. Alto a Green Clay Smith, to visit her soon. Those nccdinn- ncliusted Wntehps ran npt tlm (Vdlminnncopy of an indictment found at the Sepiting Danville friends. Ldw Cox was stabbed last Sunday . xt n r f nr:rna cf...,,i. ot? v,o. oo w 3 "!""---"- " r hi fn.. Kcvb. J. M. Worrall and E. II tember, 1S70, term of the Wyandot, O., iilclu in a. iilgm 52o; John L. JJuber S14, Hampden; John C. Duber special , .Ji w,,n ,,,,, Pierce delivered appropriate addresses, court of common pleas, charging Lyman ,1.: .,, Walter and others with committing the Hampden. Uther movements in proportion. All work ncatlv . v i ii i here on decoration day. ri. c . i ii i ii i iir j " i and promptly flkllkllb J rtl .AHl IA Am , . done. Call and see mc. nt. ROBT. FENZEL. P. II. Idol ami T. P. Curry are op- ui uiiir iji iiuui Linn mi it rmr.ri.. n i niirn i?1 ll,e j HiwnwijwrK institute, opne. ,... -eni-' " posing candidates for common school last Mond under the control of Profs. died. Tiee documents were used in 1,elrv nnil iv trustee. The election is to bo held St,phens. the Louisville courts in tho prosecution , Tlt carls arc ont for the. marriaee of an alleged irreuular tirnrtitinncr. I f i...i Hev. G. W. Dunlap, of independt i.. I1K.I r1 ' Ul 1 1111.11(111 Hll illlMI'N ...i. -" ""I Wllfl IHIII'III i... ence, is advertised to deliver Thursday known as Dr. Walter, who travels about session at the Williamsburg Institute. night of this week a lecture entitled a through the State, and are to bo used foi and Mifcs Dollie Miller, of Greenfield, .Our stock of. "Trip Around the World," with illustra- the same purpose by the regular physi- Ohio, at her home, high noon, Saturday, cians here. ted views. June 4th. Col. Nicholas McDowell, commisE. II. Fox is preparing for the June The entertainment given last Frinumber of the Centre Collugo Cento sioner of agriculture, completed Tuesday day night by Miss Bingham's music photoengraving)! of Itev. J. M. Worrall, the removal of two of his ancestors from class was one of the most pleasant enD. I)., Hev. J. L. McKee, I). I) , Hev. the old Gov Adair farm, in Mercer tertainments of the season. The young We have. Hubbard, Profs. J. O. Fales, A. B. Nel- county, to the Danville cemetery. They laditB who took part exhibited the fact son and W. D. Berry, all Centre Col-leg- o wero Samuel McDowell, who died in ithttt they hail not been idle for the five 18)50. and his wife, who died in 1S10. A inontliB they have been taking as well as professors. Twenty three to nine in favor of portion of Mrs. McDowell's coflin was tlie ability of their teacher. the Widows was tho way a base ball well preserved, showing tho walnut It. A. Welsh, of Jellico, and Ph. game ended Wednesday between the wood and the velvet bound to the wood Schioshan ami A. J. Agu, of Jacksboro, Widows and Orphans. The players by brass tacks. From this same Mercer Tenn., were down Tuesday. Mrs. J. L. wero dressed in Mother Hubbards and county farm the remains of Gov. Adair Whitehead visited Dr. HclTernHii nnd In plain, plaited. pufTand neglige. The best stock of Summer Underwear in town. Scriven's Elastic Seam Drawers are the best. other grotesque attire and presented a and wife were 1 years ago taken to the family, of Woolridge last week. Mr. Frankfort cemetery. In the Danville 13.1 Taylor, with decidedly stunning nppearance. John Shillito, .CincinBurglars blew open Booker Wilker-on- 's cemetery in nddition to those placed nati, gave our merchants a call last Frisafe in his butcher shop nt June, there Tuesday, and in the same lot, art-th- day. Miss Hello Arthur is visiting at bodies of Col. Joseph McDowell and Pineville and other places in that vicini-tion City Sunday night and got nothing ' wife, Judge Samuel McDowell, the emi- ty. for their pains, as Booker had depo.-tte- d C :llars, Cuffs and Half Hose. We have added a line of Selvidge shot nnd seriously wound-- ' his wealth the day before. Booker thinks nent jurist, and wife. The dust of Dr. Kphraim McDowell, another of this ed Wilbiim France, at Pleasant View, it was not local tilent that made the blast, as local talent never would have prominent pioneer family, is m the old last Tuesday morning. They quarreled ' cemetery, now called McDowell Park, over a house when some hard words invaded his house in search of riches. Lafayette Price, a boy nbout 10 years adjoining the Fir.u Presbyterian church. were passed. Selvidge got his 6liot-Kuold, a Min of Lafayette Price, tho Btone-work- Mr. Samuel McDowell, the father of the and shot both loads into France's left All new and the latest styles. Remember that Thomas Emmerson's was painfully hurt Wednesday commissioner, who died in ISol), and his arm and back, several of tho shot pene-- 1 Sons' Shoes are the best. by a large stone, which fell from tho wife, are also buried in the Danville t rating the lungs. Selvidge then fled and at this writing has not been capturnew common school building and scrap- cemetery. &c Considerable surprise having been ed, although a posseo are after him. ed his hack. Had tho stone fallen a litn Itev. L. K. Tupper preached a tle further forward he would have been manifested at the closing of the Shelby graduating class of the to the City and Parksvilla telephone oilices instantly killed. Hon. John Mason Martin, of Bir- and the announcement that the tele- Academy last Sunday evening at the mingham, Ala., win graduated from phones in private residences and busi Congregational church from the text, Centre College in 1S30, is in town. ness Iiou-e- s here, ami in this vicinity, "Your old men shall dream dreams and o Among hi claasmates were Judge C. A. would he discontinued nftor the termin- your young men see visions." It was a many points Hardin, of Harrodshurg, Hev. Joshua ation of the present contracts, the I.nte-nio- it very able discourse and Joi'RNALBought Prof. L. Eddy, the could be found in it to benefit the old Bnrbee, of Marshall, Mo., Senator J. C. S. Blackburn, J. II. Engloman, of tho Danville manager, ami obtained from as well as the young. The class consists oi E. 13. Nelson, Frank Hlakely and Farmers Bank, Danville, nud Gov J. B. him tlie following: Has a Complete Stock of "ily the rules of the American Charles Gragg. McCreary. Mr. t rant D. Campbell, wlio A rumor that Hannah Arthur, of Hell Teleghone Co. private parties can , NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. ,- j the-peac- son-in-la- i .!..,.. 1 - .......'"....,.. 1 1 REDUCED RATES. ,. pj'ff c.rf v t?i: mnirmn); "' " ."""? 3i. e.i.t ,,.i.. 1 P-:- u; ' Sat-unla- y. j ' ""-- ' YOU SHOULD SEE Gents' Furnishing Goods. EVERYTHING IN SHIRTS, e ELEGMT LINE RECKWEKR, :3 n j er, SBYERAFOE SOHST.. set-mo- W.B.MDBERTZ, Druggist and Jeweler, : court-hous- e thecom-menceme- nt Tho provisions of tho new election to be glvun In charge to tho grand jury at each term of the court. Ah tho law embraces 57 pages it will require about two hours to rend it to tho jury and it cannot woli bo conWhat tho jury will know densed. about it after it ia read to them is only a matter of conjecture for it is about as clear as mud. It will require a vigorous intellect and a vast amount of culture to know how to vote in accordance with tho provisions of tho now law. Oen. Miles is experimenting with bicycles at Chicago with a view to their introduction in tho army. He claims thht soldiers mounted on bicycles can travel four times as fast as on foot, but this can bo done only on good, smooth roads. How ho expects to get along with his army when traveling through tho Great WtBt in quest of red bkius ia not understood. Tho whole thing is ludicrous and is doubtless tho suggestion of some maker of tho machines who wants a job from tho government. MrB. Mary Hackleyand son, Henry, of Cincinnati, spent a few days this week in Lancaster vWting relatives. MifrH Carrie Woods has returned from a Mrs. Hannah visit to Hustonville. returned to Nicholaaville. Hev. Scott has 0. M. Held ia visiting Ida parents on Hichmoud avenue..Mrs. W. M. Boglore turned to Clarksville, Tenn., Wednesday. Mr. Forest Benton, who has been visiting bin mother, has returned to Mies Eugenia Dunlap, of Boonovillu. Camp Nelson, ia visiting her grandmother, Mrs. W. J. Laudram. law are required work. Danville, daughter of tho renowned Kitty Arthur, proprietress of tho D ii inns House, a hotel where none but the 401 ever stopped, had been alnin up in the mountains, lias been run down. Hannah still lives, although Bhe was handled pretty roughly a few days ago at Somerset by "another lady," whose husband she had been keeping company with. Bland Johnson has returned from a three mouths' absence in Texas, where he has bsen employed by a Texas pony purchasing agency. With his sombrero hat ixm hi noble brow, Maud, on one of his genuine Mexican ponies, and with immense spurs riveted to each heel, dashes about the streets of Danville as though he never know any country but the fur and wooly Wett and no life but the maddening and wild life of the bold, bad and reckless Jiulg MeForran beard Tuesday ovening a complaint made by Mike Cul-tethe loquacious Irishman of the West End, against Lee VanArsdall and Ohns. King, also of tho West End, in which the detendants wero charged with said Cullen because he had not been like Ciear'e wife in tho matter of virtue. Mike admits that he is not altogether as pure as an icicle, but claims justification, or something of tho kind. His honor reserved his decision for a day or two, but it is quite probable tho case will bo dismissed. The return party Friday night, given by tho young men of Danville to the young ladies who invited ami escorted them to the leap year party last February, promises to be a brilliant atlair, with perhaps an exception in ono particular, Six or seven, or perhaps nnre, young ladies, who have received tho printed invitations sent out to all, have beon asked by no young men in particular to accompany them to the party. Boys, this won't do; if you don't want to take tho girls, who took you in February, you ought at least to try and see that they have other company. In tho matter of tho Commouwealth of Kentucky against W. K. Vow. lis, of Junction City, for Belling beer in Boylo county contrary to law, five jtulgufcuts of $100 each were entered against tho defendant by Judge MeFerran, Tuesday. The remaining eight were dismissed on motion of tho county attorney, as it was not thought there was suilicient evidence to sustain them. Besides it was generally believed that Mr. Vowells did not know ho was violating law when ho made tho sales. Ho was proceeding under tho law of April 10, 18SU, which permitted him to sell "in packages not less than tlvo gallons, or one dozen bottles of any size," and did not know that law had been repealed by tho act of 1S90, well-kuocow-boy. n, self-defens- e to-wi- obtain contracts to operate toll lines, where each instrument is for public use. Instruments can be obtained for private lines, lines connecting two or three houses and tor private business. aii exchange is wfiere fines from two or more private instrument.- to a central oilice meet, where connections are made as called f)r. An exchange must be owned and operated oy a licensee only, apompany coutrolhni; a whole State." The E Telephone Co , the licensee 0(! thi State, gave Mr. Eddy a contract for toll lines and exchanges, thus exceeding its powers. The contract having expired the company has called for the re turn of the instruments. .Mr. E. has applied for a new contract and will probably be able to operate his toll lines again hereafter. For a while, however, his business w ill be stopped at the busiest season, which will cause much inconvenience. LITTLE THIHCS From Dear Kate's Scran-BooA joojby ki, U a little thin;, With your h.iudun thrdoor to fro. Hut It uk tli Mnum out of the tiff Of thou,htlM word or a crul ill he Thai you made an h.wr ago, A j llts of greeting i tuett an J rare, Alter the toll of the day, limit jmuotht the furrows out of the caie And line on the fereheail you once cnIM fair In the year that have flown away. killed ?u the Wellington, Kan. ears ami man lived hero several atkins, of tins place. Mio was Miss visiting here when he was killed and had intended leaving Saturday morning to join liini. She went to Penn., where his father lived, to Ids burying. They have four children, who were with their mother at tlie time of his death. The people's party of the 11th coi -gressional district, held a convention here last Tuesday and nominated R L. Durham, of Adair, for Congres, W. 11. H. McDonald, of Knox, nnd J. F. Mc- Inerv, of Pulaski, delegates to Omaha Mullquihaiu, of Laurel, pros-- I and A, Idential elector, ami li. U. Wallace mem-!bi- r of the State Central Committee. They had several speeches relating to their plan of ork and what they in tended doing on Tuesday evening nt the court house. day and Monday wh there was quite a crowd in town. The programme of the day was made out by the G. A. H , post at this place. They formed a proces mot a tho Bion and inarched out to the liner Cieek Cemetery, where the graves of the federal soldiers were decorated and speech-0from various prominent countymeu were listened to One speaker forgot to eulogize the dead heroes ami made his speech on the resolution adopted by tlie recent democratic county convention held at this place. court-house- , SlDRUGS, : BOOKS, PAINTS, WALL PAPER, E3CSX3S5? for I recommend Infants and Children. to children that it as sujierlor to any prescription H. A. Arciiek, M. D., known to mo."' Ill So. Oxord St, Brooklyn, . T, "Castorla Is so well adapted Cantoris cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Dlarrha-a- . Eructation, Kills Worms, gives bleep, and promotes di pest Ion, Without iujurinu3 medication. The Centai-- r Company, T7 Murray Street, N. TT 'Tba link thing to ay "You are kind," I lou yo, my dear," each night; Hut It tend a thrill through the heart, I find, For kve I lender, as Iovmi blind, As we cltml life's rugged height. We ttarre each other for loe's carets. We take, but we do not give; ft seems o ea-- y some soul to bless, Hut we dole love srudiiisly,le3i nnd less LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. SINE & MENEFEE, DEALERS SiSIi DOORS MP BLIRBS. IHSr A. C. SINE J. N.MENEFEK Till 'tis bitter and hard to live Union Signal. CHURCH AFFAIRS. A mass convention of the republican party met here for the purpose of ' Kia iwi nAtdtiinttm ir.in A liUUJIlIM Wi, nnuritiiv? fir nAiintv nflirtua "tv-notnina-tions- : and resulted in tlie following For circuit clerk, James Gibouy, foreheritT, James Drannnn; for jailer Jr; John T. Brown. There waa a large ' crowd in attendance and much entusi- asm manifes'ed .tnj Rouh and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets and Verandah Work. WOVE2ST WTH,q3 A1TD SLAT P3ITCS3. , The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. Office and Yard Depot Street, - - - Stanford, Ky. , Hev. A. V. Sizemoro will preach at Mt. Xenia at 3:30 Sunday afternoon. Col. D. G. Slaughter is erecting a "Tabernacle" in tho grove at Green Briar Springs for the Barnes meetings with an amphitheatre which will seat 1,000 pom KTfira LON i i persons. Tho Barnes troupe left for Danville yesterday morning to tlie regret of their UlU itUlt I ing tho meeting, which lias been greatly enjoe by all who attended. Many accepted tho Savior and a number were anointed for bodily ills, while all were benefited. Tho contributions were liberal and everything was done to make Mr. Barnes opens their stay pleasant at Somerset Saturday evening. Little Maud, daughter of II. J. and Rebecca Kirkpatrick, died last week, near Maywood, aged 14. She was a lovely child. A liJ 1C 1 IIIVilMO UI IUCU UUI Paint " MADE. IS THE BEST t'ii'K2'fclKF TheBestistkeCherpest POWDER Absolutely Pure all in Icaxentn wl V Cream of Tarter linking Powder Highest ot strength Latest United States Government iced Uepurt. ROYAL I1AKING POWDER CO, :o6 Wall street, Hew York. more space than any Paint mixLION PAINT will cover one-halis guaranteed to give satisfaction. Accept no substied by hand and tute. Good Agents wanted. Manufactured by LION PAINT & COLOR WORKSjjLEXINGTON, KY., A. R. Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford. Ky. f Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal June 3. 1892 PAPA'S BIRTHDAY. Hove Little) Mndcllnit Spent Hrr Tensile nntl Mnrio Ilvcrybotly Huppy. A MOVING-DA- Y STORY. The New Itrihjr Msule r- - Cnattanoga, Tenn. orJAS. C. POND. General Passenger and Ticket 111. Agent, Chicago. girls eagerly watched papa's return. nais uiis.' ivre l,r nrst remaric as he looked Into the dining-rooLake, nah, "?wanazo. Waukepha, Cedar jt's lni prtscnt. for jou, " .nauciiuo ca. Klficld, lletternut and Ashland. Wis. Wiscon. has within the last five years become the cvtitir replied, rushing into his arms. fin hunters ami orattraction tor more pleasure In ''How did VOU tret it?" the Union, and ,,,,..' fishermen than any other Mate tne the pennies 3'OU gave me." each visit increases the desire to again charming landscapes, breathe tho halsiin fragrance papa, holding her in his arms, inWgorating utiuophere, wanthat is a part or the ana mm i w uiuuuu ...! wyiui;; der through the colonnades of stately pinesnv. "But here is our best birthday pres hook the speckled beauties wltba hami mane containing valuable infonnatiou, For pamphlets ent." Emma Toussalnt, in Our Littlo T. o.PAT rY.U.P A;. etc., apply to i Pujimer days are fnat approaching and now la Qf the tai,ie nnd, the time that excursiuuUU, pleaiure-sevkeThen the little iporumea should figure out a route for their sum- j rs "It's my papa's birthday," a childish voice calls out, and n little girl runs down the piazzn to greet her playmate", who is coming across the street with a largo doll. "Is it really? Did be get any presents?" New State Central Committee. "Oh, ycsl Mamma gave him a scarf-piwps inntle by the I'd lost my and Guy A mtUc.il chance of the Shite pennies, so had no present for papa, and in the nmke-uconvention only kissed him. I's afraid ho was sorCentral Committee. Instead of select- ry, for be looked like ho was going to ing the members from the crv, an' then he gave me pennies it wns nrominemletl that two from the 'stead." e be chosen, the first named "I'll tell you what you could do with chairman, and that each concrea 'cm, Madeline buy him a present." to be "What can I get?" sional district be represented by one "Let's go up to Mrs. Smith's greenmember. The following is the new house forn plant, then we'll carry it in committee ns approved by the conven- Dolly's carriage." tion: Two little girls are soon knocking nt John D. Car Mrs. Smith's door. For the "Well, dearies, how do you come withroll, of Henry; W. L. Jackson, of Jeller out nurse?" son. "Left hor home, 'cause we've got a seFirst District E 13. Walker, of Hick- cret." man. "Dear me, what is it?" Second Di&trict I. A. Spalding, of "Oh, we'll tell you: Madeline couldn't give her papa a birthday present 'causo Union. Third District-- J. C. Sims, of Warren. Fourth District G. W. Richardson, of Meade. Fifth District John II. Whallen, of Louisville. Sixth District Harvey Myers, of Kenton. Seventh District E. M. Dickson, cf Bourbon. Eighth District John H. Welch, of Jessamine. k, w i Ninth District Green R. Keller, of ijrfiffis?fm;T55rjt'f3F'Vi. l.!Mriui.i4fcr. 1m;fJJAL,(U Nicholas. Tenth District H. P. Thompson, of Clark. J.m to . L Fleventh Cistrict G. A. Donbam. of Whitley. Louisvillo is still to be the headquar ters for the committee. The Executive Committee is a3 follows: 3i District Henry Burnett, Paducab. 2d Urey Woodson, Owensboro. j PAPA'S IHItTUDAY. 3d D. C. Walker, Franklin. Gardner, Elizabethtown. 4th W. H. she lost ber pennies with the gypsies; but her papa gave her some more." 5th Charles R. Long, Louisville. "And how many have yo?" Cth Rod Terry, Warsaw. "We've got twenty-thre- e to buy a "th E. Polk Johnson, Frankfort. flower." 8th Lewis McKee, Lawrencebursr, "Would vou like a rose?" 9th Cha. B. Poyntz, Maysville. "Oh, yes." 10th R. H. Van Sant, Sandy Hook. Into the greenhouse they go, where Mrs. Smith gets the rose. Hth It M. Jackson, London. "It's beautiful!" they enalaim. "Won't papa be glad!" Tue Q. & C. otters half fare rates to The plant is put in Dolly's carriage, the republican convention at Minneapo lis, Juno 1 to 5, good to 26; to the demo- - and two happier little girls it would bo ..,.,.?, nnnvpntion nt C i ML'O JUM? 16 tO On their way they stop to pick daisies, 20, good to July 7, and to the people's! which Alice thinks would make a pretty convention at Omaha June 2S to CO, wreath. good to July 22. Solid vestibuled trains, "Oh, Madeline, don't go so fust; it ' Call on agents of the road or write D. G. makes the rose shaky. Wait a minute, so I can hold on while you drive.'" Edwards. G. P. A., Cincinnati, 0. Ilefore long the little girls arrived m Senator Quay is s'ill expressing the home, where mamma was awaiting opiuion that Mr. Blaine will not only be them anxiously, telling them never to nurse, which they go away nominated at the Minneapolis conven- promised. without they Then sat down on the nominated on tion, but that he will be piazza to make the wreath. the first ballot. The rose was taken to the dining-rooand when the wreath was An- Refreshing Retreats. ished it was nut around it in the center Stanford, Ky. W. P. WALTON. n, cufT-button- s. p State-at-lnrc- e, State-nt-larR- State-nt-larc- e 'mmm "rAwvhmn yjrCL Arv 1 V should bo moved fln.t they decided that He wore one of those Sio Suits it was best to carry Sister Rose. Ger trude nnd her colony of sick dolls nnd which he bought at the last ivi msjnnu ui uii-ii- t Niu'iy in one corner, - a.. so that none of tho imaliils should bo eTC22LEE t, ii 1f disturbed by tho tearing up of the other tblngs in tho old playroom. Accordingly Winifred carefully carried Sister Rose Gertrude, who was a tall cloth doll, with a china head nnd in a long gray drcs, with a big white ! .. .... .... nvin nvwl v."!', uiv liiu .. ui'.wu uuv s.. i.ifn lln. 41UW l'iu ruuiii ami piaccu ner in one corner. Mabel followed with an armful of He also carried a stick about the sick dolls. Among the invalids thcro was Miss Mnlnprop, who had lost one she of a Winning Bat of the Inarm, nnd who was beyond cure because, terior Journal she was u jointed doll and the arm was uiuitvu !iumiui uu iii mu biiuuuier joint, lhere wns also Mrs. Kendal, who had been scalped one day by some terrible boys who had broken into tho playroom with Urotbcr Frank and who His object in coming was for had taken this awful revenge because ting, while tho walls were nicely hung with bright pictures carefully cut from papers and magazines. Thus Winifred nnd Mabel had none of the horrors of houseclcaning to go through nnd had merely tho task of moving. After a consultation as to which little boy about the size of a when last seen he was cross- breakfast set about their task of carry- ing the site of the Stanford Water, Thoroughly Repaired on Short ing the things into the little ball room. est Notice. Ice Plant Works It had all been nicely cleaned, nnd upon Electric Ligctand tho lloor there was a bright new mat- on his way to the i All the dolls, as well ns the and tho tin kitchens and the Noah's nrks and littlo trunks, bureaus, chnirs and playthings, wcro to be moved from tho big back room where they bad always been comfortably situated, into a littlo back hall room, which, though smaller, should be entirely devoted to them. A new baby had been added to tho family, nnd the baby nnd baby's nurse required so much extra spaco that it neccssnry to give them tho lnrge room. And so the doll and the doll's colony had to be moved. Winifred nnd Mabel Hasting, who were the little owners of the playroom A nnd its contents, were up. brightnnd man; early on moving day, nnd right after doll-hous- It was moving duy in the playroom. o Lot f Work for Winifred mid Mnbel. $1,000'S iDidYnuNnEiCBlE? Having boucht out the Jewelry Hand ol V Ik McKutwts. the druggist, lam Wllngout Hock at rvduccl rate to make nnn fur an entire new line All C1 nrtltl. all W. C. GREXXTrLTG, HUSTON VILLE, KY. , Dealer in Groceries, Hardware Queensvare, (ilassware, Cutlery, table and pocket, llarnessand Coiileitionerle tivators, Double Shovels, Ceru Planters, lluckeje Mowers and Hinders Give him a trial Also handles Moline Plows. Chilled and Steel Cul- Reoiard. LOST. Store Engraved FreeofCharge be-en- Watches, Clocks Kncwil!., Cumberland Gap Louisville I)Ue Dill) Schedule, it. it. In Kifeet May I. , ita Jewelry Lte Louisville " Stanford. Air. Middlesboro . " .'...'." Lve. Middtotbero Ar. 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Through tKlet SvhcJule Mi)' ij, i .i tV i i Citv TiclH oaSf I je s a m I 5op 11 16a m ooo p In 44 am t p is 4J a c 111 1 1 la jl a m! Siepm a i Jp m m m m m p m ' ?. LEAVE NOIirON DAII.V some of those beautiful J X fW M ' JtttT. v I V Foil Dress Me At $i 50, Siirts i r Graham, lllnerield and mlerm' luite tatH.nt. ii o am lor Hlucrteld, lladlord. Roanoke, and LyMikhurc. Richmond arid Norfolk. Alt (via Koanoke) lor WatMnKton, Hacrslewn, flarrt rmrc. Philadelphia and New York. PuUaaaM Sleeping Car Irom Loul'vilte t Nr- ami Kadford; alM :lk via : often SlienaiHloah JunctMn,Kadlerd to e alts Ra. lol., via lord to Wahi(to; alio from I yachburg to Richmond. train lor PahM ui. Powhatan and Goal-wil- l louve llluefield daily at t oj a m ami a o p m 4 ifpinl Por any Information as tdy ta V A. Ill M.,.TS.I,ir f Tk1 . w- - rentes, rates, et.,p. I ctt.ll MRvA'&7ffliriSW.. nmirHir, VOU AREODIHli.... I A p n, j i$ pm rran arrive at Norton m and r f further ((pw information For KTOHTKWEST, nil: IroMi a the Eat daily at r adurto .pp'u agent r of Nerflk 11 r to 111 Agt . It ain ke. frhedule. rate, .V Weiirrn Hall Ml I., V A While ""F"".'"- Fancy Vest at $1.50, 2 j , j ' y And a White Dress, Bow at and 35 cents MOVING 7 i ' DAY. To wear to the coming Hop. The above reward will be paid at the Louisville Store, provided the boy does not find himself. It you don't find the boy, you will be amply repaid by looking at our immense bargains in : 94fMS9SknO Twenty mlleithe Shortest to Mssm " MKWesl LouiavtU-- 4 NaaMvillt n. n. I Is the line for you, as us Double Daily Trains Make cloie connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points THROUGH TICKETS SOLI). 1 i mvT vacation. In, dulnc o. the delightfully cool Kummcr and fishing retorts located along thesis-- i to amonjr cousin Central LliiescomoivldlyVilla, view , Muck. ill. which are Vox Lake, III . Laku ,.,,. ; i M--e .'i ,i ; Ones. CESAR AS A JUDGE. b n a very friendly way with small dogs, because he was used to them, there being nlways a few house-dog- s in the famity, but he showed a decided preference; for although he would permit Juliet, n small Scotch terrier, to make The First Step. bis broad side her place of repose when Perhaps you are run down, cin't eat, can't and seemed to sleep, can't think can't do anything to your Jt she was ou j like it, yet if Komeo, her mate, only a isfactinn, and you wonder what ails ou. are taking the first should heed the warning, you few pounds heavier, offered to follow step into nervous prostration. Vou need a nerve tonic ami Electric Hitters you will find the tobest! her exnmplc, an ominous growl warned its remedy for restoring your nervous ayitem Surprising results, him off. normal, healthy condition. One of us children had to go every useof this Nerve Tonic and Alterative. lollcw the our appetite returns, pood tiBeioii ii L'"'f'' morning to the baker"s for fresh rolls, resume and the liver and kidnevs Try a bottle. Price jo cents at A. R Penny's and Cresar carried the basket. On the square tnere was a tailors establish- drug store incut kept by a man named Gain, who A Little Girl's Experience In a Light owned a little reddish-brow- n dog which House. keepers of the had arrived at old age without either its Mr and Mrs Loren Trescojl. Oov. Lighthouse at Sand Heach, Mich., and are wisdom or its dignity. lie had a bad April blesied with a daughter 4 years old. Last with, a habit of flying out nt every dog which ahe was taken down with measlei, fullowcd dreadful cough and turning into a fever. .Doctors passed, even though the dog might be her, but in at home and at Detroit treated she was a vain; attending strictly to his own business, mere she grew worse rapidly until handful of bones." Then she tried Dr King s but he never meddled with Ciesar, two and a hair unless ho had his mouth too full to reNew Discovery and after the useof bottles was completely cured. They say Dr, King's New Discovery Is worth its weighttn gold, sent such impudence. One morning I was accompanied by vet ou may get you a trial bottle free at A. K. Penny's drug store. an elder sister one who had a very high spirit, and who could never bear some ot tne Orand Armyboys may be interested In the following from Alex il Pope, A. D. t , injustice in any form and when tho Commander Dep't Tenn ai.d Ga, He says, " e little cur made his usual attack, bhe b f had nn epidemic of whooping cough here Stewart, Tenn.) and Chamberlain's Cough Reme- remarked. In low tones: "Ciesar, put dy has been the only medicine that has done any do'wn the basket and teach him a danger from whooping t out-of-dooI ' i lea-son- Cholera and Diarrhora Remedy, i.,...H nfrhrnmr- - rll.irrhrra bV It. Such DCMonS take especial pleasure In recommending the remedy to others. The praise that follows its introduction and iisij makes t very popular as and 50 cent bottles for sale by Or. M L. Bourne, Druggttt and Optician, Stantord, Ky. ln almoit every neighborhood throughout the How a Hltr Newfoundland Dispensed JusCur. tice to an West there Is some one or more persons whose lives have been saved b Chamberlain's Colic, Ctesar, our great Newfoundland, had or who have been Ill-ltr- nl ( couku good.' Therois o when this remedy is ireeiy aiven. n cuiiiineiciy disease, aj and $0 cent bottles for controls the ale by Dr XI L. Hourne, Druggist am Optician, Stanford, Ky. ." When Bab? was sick, wo gave her Castorla. When sho was a Child, she cried for Castorla. When sho became JIIss, she clung to Castoria. Wheu sho had Chil 'ren, she garo them Castorla. rinn. Vjr 1AI Ills tlllll! MTlUImTwa. unable tf, -- , 1 I tsTtlSut .Vfully has com plete.y 'm ?..c.i iis. : to Dr M. L Bourne, the druggist, publish the fotlowinc tostlmony. as he "handles the I bought a remedy "' believe it to be reliable and applied Chamberlain's Pain Halm which have been atMieted with s 4.x " . ., Holywood, Uie jx, ..... leamnK drugcttt at A ..w HrtttAihivHttutement. vou nes lar sue "uk"" can sav that Pain tUiru f 11 "v" Ciesar needed no urging. Very delibMattings and Oil Cloths. erately he set the basket down, picked up the small red dog by the skin on tho back of the neck, and began to trot off Our reduction sale on Carpets is Bound in Rich Cloth, Vr5 with his tormentor dangling from his still going on. Also remember we Decoratod with Cold Eagles mouth, in a very shrunken and scared Ctesar soon broke from a condition. will continue to give a pair Lace FREE to Every New Subscriber to. trot into a run, and In much less timo I -t- hoCurtains and Pole than it takes to tell it, he had spud ; NEW YORK OBSERVER, around the square with his burden, nnd, returning to the starting-poin'the foremost Family Religious Nows; dropped him from his mouth, A Witty Answer. With every purchase of an I paper. very much terrified, but entirely unhurt. Queen Caroline of England once inCarpet; this is positively the jone book and one new subscriber,The dog lost no time in getting in- quired of Mr. Pitt, tho elder, what It 33.00. side the shop door, while Crcsar picked would cost to shut up the London pub- last week for this offer. fvo books and two new subscrlbor3, up his basket and walked proudly away, lic parks, and make them privato ; ? 85,00. never again to be molested by Cain's grounds. ; i spkcimcx comks i'iw:i:. cur, for if he caught a glimpse of Ca?sar Mr. I'itt knew that tho people would THE LOUISVILLE STORE. JNEW YORK OBSERVER,: coming, he would disappear ns if by never submit to this, but bis answer was magic, and he was much more careful polite. "Threo crowns, your majesty," 37 and 38 Park Row, Originators of 'Low Prices. uoi uuncKing otner uogs as wen- .- was hia reply. Ilarper's Young People. 1 MEW YORK. j odd-lookin- g t, fortune in having lost one of bis eyes, which, being of glass, had broken one day when Mabel dropped him on the floor. This was specially mourned, as Mr. Kendal was a big Chinese doll and tho only gentleman in the entireeolony. Of course, no ono thought of throwing him away, and so he was put in tho hospital and given over to the tender care of Sister Kose Gertrude. There were three or four dolls in a very dilapidated state of health, and ono was so very ill that she had to be kept in bed covered up till tho time. If the truth were known, the poor un fortunate had no head, but she was kept so carefully covered up under tho counterpane, with only ono foot stick ing out at the foot of the little wooden bedstead, that no visitor in the play room ever suspected that the occupant was so severely a filleted us to have really no head at all. When the hospital had been comfortably disposed of the two little girls went back for the playhouse. This was rather large and heavy to move, and in getting it in the room nt all the littlo tables were upset, tne dislies were knocked out of tho playhouse closet and the pictures fell oil the walls. These had to bo put to rights and tho playhouse securely stationed where it would show off to the best advantage. as it was the particular ornament of tho playroom. Hut last of all Winifred and Mabel brought in the beauty and pride of tho entire playroom. It was a largo French doll named I'atti. She could speak, sing two tunes and, if properly wound up and slightly supported on each side, could take a few steps very acceptably. Mmc. I'atti had a beautiful little gold chair of her own, and by its side there stood a trunk bound with white satin, which contained three beautiful even- ing dresses, for Mine. I'atti never urc&svu in any owicr man inn uress. All these moving preparations and arranging the things afterward took a great deal of time, and when Mabel and Winifred had nt length got cveri'thing in place, even to the last paper doll and picture book, fully two hours bad passed away, and the littlo girls were thoroughly tired out from their efforts. "I never knew it was such hard work to move," said Winifred that day at the luncheon table. "Nor I," said Mabel. "IJut it isn't everybody thnt can begin to move after breakfast and get all through before lurjchcon." "No, indeed, it isn't," said Grandma' Hastings, approvingly. And so Winifred and Mabel were satisfied with their morning's work, even though they felt very tired. N Y. Advertiser. -- Mr. Kendal had likewise suffered mis- they had not been invited to join n little feast going on there at the time. j j ' THROUGH For any information taquireof UAGGAGK CI1LCKUD I. Or W W PF.N.V, Trav Pass Aijent hunlcrd, Ky. 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Through Sleeping Cars tr nnd from Washington nd New ork without change. llnmr' Vnnnr.Pn,nla ...(, ...... n For full information in regard to rates, routes Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines or to H. E. HUNTINGTON, C. L. I1R0WN. V. P. and O I , G. P. A . Lexincton. Kv. G.W.BARNEY, W.S. HARRISON. G. M., Lexington, Ky. T P.A.,AshlandjK -4- .rtk.1i . verses were declined by various pubIN THE FURNACE. lication', und finally found tln-I- way into tho corner of a country newspaper. In quiotncM ami lu confldeuco hll Ira your They at rested tho nttontlon of a itrenuth -I- m a) is. mother, who had lost a child. She read thorn with such n sense of comfort, that Cnt thou not trust thy lovln Ionl, O child cif care and itrlef ? (die pinned the paper on tho wall, and Tboti could'at not dearer lw to Him, learned the stanns while at her work. Ho'l send tlico uio rllif She handed them to friends; one after Tell Him thy sorrow, weary ono another 1ore grateful testimony to their I.enn on the titrnntf for atretiKth worth, until, unconsciously, the whole Strir to Iki hrave, for thon nhalt know circle were lifted Into a higher atmosIlls purpose at li'iitfth. phere. Ha love thee with nmtyliiK love. We are quick to envy others the posHo mark thy sigh, thy teara: session of gifts. Wc forget that Cod's And not ono sluglo mournful luh pin n is unfolded by the use of such Kvae Hi listening ear. abilities as He has given, and that He, He underatand thy ajieclal need, nlone, knows the secret of fitting each Itest, thon. In IIU aweot will-iuilticncc into its place tut thy murmuring all lj liusueJ; It may be easy to supply a cupful of lie iatl.nt and t nt til cold water, but nothing is more grateMs Imiifo Hndoth lonRtoneo ful to thirsty lips. 'I he helpful souls KotlcctiHl In lit child: who are most lovingly remembered and To have the bright, aud jmre, and fair, Meek, lOwly, undeflled, the longest inissod are those who have been mindful of small opportunities. Bo many thing bath He to teach. "You will tlnd me only a common That thou must learn whllo here; What aeemeth now to th 10 dark place minister." said a theological stuKhali aoon ho tnadn most closr. dent to a committee who had brought him an invitation to lccomc their pasHe'll keep thy heart from day to day, tor. "And you will find us only a comTill life on earth nhall ceate. And then He'll call tho to Himself monplace people," was the reply. "We And Heaven' unbroken leace ought to be suited with each other. Wo MaryK Uumitoad. luI.ondiu Christian. like to hear plain talk from a plain r SPIRITUAL AFFAIRS. usually tormed artistic merit The A TIMELY J RESCUE. MY TROUBADOUR. High on the mnplc swinging. To uMicr In with ;n;lnz The wedding of thu dawn With thu dow upon tho Uwc, You cheery little pootl Although ou do not know It, And aeo nobody near you, I Miles' Nerve and Livers Pill Acton a new principle regslsjisj the liver, stomach and Isiweli turo'ign tne nentt A new ducovtrjr Ur Milet' I'lllt speeder cure bilioui nct bad tatte, lorpid lixr, pile!, ciDitlpanon. Unequaled for men, omen, children tnalleit mililcJt, nureit fifty doiet aj cent Sample at A K Venny'i REFUSE IT NOT. lUtrttil tit the Ourr.Kitllrn "ll All tlir Help It .Need to ItUe, "IIU word U an good ii his Iwnd," Raid ono ccntlomau lit spenkinir to other of ii tlilnl. "The company trust hint implicitly. He It. the wml of honor." "lint you know ho served u term In the htnte privm?" "Certainly." "Anil yon call u 'the wul of honor? Von must In om.y!" "How long ago did he serve his senjall-blr- d man." It Is your best always that helps. Not the best as wo gauge by comparison, not trying to write or to pray according to some cherished ideal, but simply your own Kst. It may seem very poor and weak, but if it has reached out and up, it receives through Christ a Divine baptism. What you admire so much in another Is not needed for the work Uod has given to you. Doing one's In'st is like a seed planted lu fertile Mill and wntered by gentle rains. It is sure to grow, and growth Includes power. GOD WILL - tence!." yenrs old now. when he was nlKitit "Why, let me see. lie nearly six-t- y It must have been N twontv-two Observer. EXPLAIN THEM. X S d Gettlno Atrar from Olliniltur Under Oreat Dlnicultte. The Ilritish held Gibraltar, but com munication was cut off by a blockade. Tho Ilritish fleet was fifty miles away, preparing for nn attack. Dispatches must be sent to Gibraltar, nnd an brought back. A lnrgo sum was offered for tho work. My captnln accepted. I was only a boy, but could row better than tho best trill-oso ho selected mo to help. We rati down within fifteen miles of Gibraltar, by eight o'clock, on tho first dark night; then, in a littlo dory, wo two started to make that thirty miles before daylight tho next morning, or to dlu in tho attempt. There was just enough of a breeze to deaden tho sound of our oars. We went straight ns a lino for Gibraltar. Twice wo passed directly under the nose, of a big ship, but no ono thought of looking for a bit of a cork with two men In It, Wo were at the wharf but seventeen minutes, nnd spent tho time in drinking coffee and miming up and down. At eight minutes before eleven, just two hours and minutes from tho start, wo dipped our oars to return. All that had favored our getting in was against our getting out again. liven the wind had risen and tho sen with it. There was a storm coming up, nnd, even if wo could keep the dory alloat, the lightning before long would show us up. Tho captain sat In the prow, with the compass in 'lis lap. It was only opened n hair's breadth, to hide the light; nnd ho wns at tho same time pushing on his oars that ho might keep a lookout for the enemy's ships. Three times wo dodged them, and once a voice hniled us in tho darkness, but we could not understand what wns said, and did not stop. I had rowed over thosu. waves, that were rising higher and higher, till I was ready to drop tho oars nnd let tho dory n flfty-Uv- o AIT : OHDI1TA1TCE To License and Regulate 2 Keeping of Dogs the WITHIN THE CITY OF STANFORD. nn-sw- er hear jou" Harkl from the orchard hidden. A serennde unblddtu' And by this dainty clew, hear jou I Holiln, I know It a jou wrSrk ' tV4 cure ith Weifi ejjf table Liver 1'iIU, when the direction are irictl compiled with They are purely vegetable and never fail to cive satiitae- tloti. Sugar cojtef Large boxes containing 30 pni, ijc iievtare 01 counterfeits and imitations. I he genuine manufactured only b 1 he John C. Wen Co, Chicago, 111 tor safe by A K 1'en- r 93 neltjirdsinedbythe City Council of Stanferd: sec. I That all persons oninij or controlling dos, within the city of Stanford shall annual! r on Liver Complaint, D) pepsia, Met. Headache, In- - the i day of June register with the city clerk aijcuion, s.onsupatlun or v.olitene we can not each dog ownedtoor controlled by them and at the ame time pay the W'ewilltiav the abate reward far nnveatenf $500 REWARD. n. raw y,r JTV IP iJsJ c, JAPANESE WTJr Lxl-fvWJrjrrrsi.'t- &3$s)0P MrTIlOUHAIKJUL A new and Complete treatment, consisting of suppositories. Ointment in Capsules, aiio in box and pills, a positive cure fir Lxtcri al, Internal, blind or Weeding, Itching, Chro-lKecent or Hereditary Piles Ibis remedy has never been known to fail $1 per box, 6 for $5, tent by mail. Why suffer from this terrible disease when a written guarantee Is positively given ith 6 boxes, to refund th money if not cured Send stamp for tree sample Guarantee issued by A It. Penny, DrivgL'ist and sole agent, Stanford, Ky. Call for samples t NUYC .. No, you cannot deceive tne, I'rctcndlns? thut you leuvo mo, I found you out, you dear, vou I hear jou 1 hoar you1 Now on the meadow floor, The acarlot trouliadour Such melody It lotting The sun forgoti It.s scttlngl g You heart! Doing jour littlo part, You shall bo seon and heard. Though jou nre but a bird. So nevor, never fear you, I hear you I hear you. -- Cliarlca II. Crandall, In St. Nicholas. music-beatin- Jil wjJfflCsSil Ttt over-exerti- on ce Ji fsjBl jr ' V s,r VL.tY,.V ffr '. BRAIN fS ltY ftf-- clerk a tax of so cents tor registered It shall be the duty of each person to procure and put on each do registered by them. b) ' f ,h, a collar with the name of the owner and registered number of such dog plainly stamped thereon or upon a metal tag attached thereto Sec III. Ifany person shall become the owner fr,?ir.0,lle.''?n doSi,t"n the city ofStanford nnu' registrj.as required by ordinance and if such dog have been already registered, such personshall not shall at once register, pay the license and place the collar a,rc,lu,re'1 by Sections 1 and II of this rdina Sec IV. Any person failinif to comply with the shall, on f!IZ.Hn,' Dollars for each day ofconviction, failure for each dog owned or controlled by him and not reg- ... l..v..Uwu mm in9 ciiy marshal or any policeman shall kill any dog found at larire within the city not registered and having no collar on it luired and provided by thisotdi- nance. Sec All niorey received by the clerk under the provisions of this ordinance shall he p!d Into the city treasury and it shall be the duty of the assesjorof the city of Stanford to list and report his assessment of properly all persons owning or controlling dog within the city and the number of dogs so owned or controlled. s.ec, VI. This ordinance shall be in effect from and after its passage D- - W VANDEVEER, Miyor. each doir Sec II so rfce, .?it?i' ,h'fdl" Dr. E C West's Nerveand llrain Treatment, a a specific frr Hysteria, Dimiihss, Fits Neuralgia. Headache, Nervous PrcstratK n caused b) alcohol ur tobacco. Wakelulness. Menial Deoresuon. Soft ening ot Drain, causing insanity, misery, decay, death Premature Old Age, Itarrenness, Loss of rower in eitner sex, lmpolenc), Lucorrhrci ana all Female Weaknesses, involuntary Losses. Socr- matorrhoza caused by of brain. Self aouse, A month's treatment We guarantee six boxes to $1, six for Si by mail cure Each order for six boxes with $5 will send written guarantee 10 refund it not cured Guarantees issued only by A K Penny, Druggist and sole agent, Stanford, Ky CASH for I iv I ii Highest cash market price "paid Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at M. F. 97jr 4 MEXICAN PULQUE. The Natives Milk tlm Phut six Months. Tor Tko sanaJloat, PUl In tho Nearly per-hap- World I In "Well, my fried, a man might make considerable growth in grace, during Mich nn interval." "Yes he wjfAf. hut I should say the chance are decidedly against him " rnhappily then enn 1h little doubt n anyone who it t any time or for any has stood at ixlds with hi fellow men. Why should this lie so? Why are we so prone to discover the evil rather than the good1 To llml fault more ninllly than to praise? To Indieve gnmtli aud improvement ossihlo In all forms of vegetable and animal life, yet remain skeptical concerning the Mime process when illustrated in the daily lives of men nnd women? The sapling which grew crooked for awhile w hen left to itself, was straightened again by a little lulxir on the part of the farmer. The tree which lore hnrd and acid apples was, by judicious pruning, made to produce rich and mellow ones. Hosting lu the grateful shade cast on the roadside by the towering elm or maple, wo do not feel that it is necessary to call to mind the fact that it went wrong when it was beginning to throw out its branches. Eating the luscious fruit of the tree in autumn, we do not complain boenuse at first it produced that of a poorer quality aud jH'cding along the road behind ilnvor a gentle horse, we do not think it necessary to comment upon the years when he was a headstrong colt, kicking over the traces and tearing the carriage all to pieces. Why are we not as willing to allow to the human soul the same liberty of growth, the same chance to remedy It.s mistakes, the same oppor-tunitto adjust itself to it.s surroundings as we iiiiiuostiouiugly allnw the vegetable and animal creation? .lust in proportion as the life of a man Is more valuable than thnt of the tree or horse, should this faith ln found in us, this sort of help Ik c.vtcmlodi and continued, also, notwithstanding-obstacleor It may be true tluit the person who has once fallen is more to bo distrusted than one who has always remained upright. The man who has once yielded to temptation is presumably the ono less able than others to resist it. Wo neer fool nsMircd of the safety of our property while the servant vho lias once stolen luis free aeces to it. Hut instead of being able to prove by any rules of logic that the sinner has once sinned he tuny, must or will continue to sin, wo must acknowledge our inability to prove anything nhoitt It, while admitting the possibility that the punishment for transgression may have wrought a lasting cure in the transgressor. At any rate, is there anv Instance in which "the benefit of the doubt" can Ik; so humanely and wisely granted provided there appear evidences of genuine repentance and reform ii beneilt of equal lalue to him who gives and him who takes? The very fact that a man is able to say to his fellow-ma"I am holier than thou," is the best jvosslhle reason for this generosity in judgment. His very righteousness gives him an advantage in many ways. He stands confessedly his brother's superior in resistance to temptation and presumably in power and purity. Are not these advantages to be held in trust for the benefit of those less favored than himself? "There goes myself but for the grace of Ood," might bo saiil by many men besides the immortal author of Pilgrim's Progress. To how many of us docs the thought occur? "Lord, I thank Thco that 1 am not as other men are" is the more frequent reflection, felt In the heart, oven If never formulated in the brain or uttered by the lips. Do wt it's reasonable, responsible Christian men nnd women really believe that "the greatest of all is charity," or do wo merely enjoy the rhetorical beauty of the Apostle's famous words? If indeed It is our and constant aim to rca-soy s three." or Dark .VIvtrrl.Tlint Will lie lUpliilm-In thr t.ljrlit oT the Tlironi". that "the chaiiccsarcdccidedlyiimiinst" I see every day profound masteries of Providence. There is no question we ask oftener than by? There are hundreds of graves in Greenwood and Laurel Hill that need to K examined. Hospitals for the blind and lame, asylums for the Idiotic and insane, almshouses for the destitute, and a world. nf jmln and misfortune, that demand more than human solution. Ah! God will clear it all up. In the light that comes from the throne no dark mystery can Things now utterly inlive. as scrutable will be illuminated plainly as though the answer were written on the jasper walls or sounded In the temple anthem. Hartimeus will thank God that he was blind; and Lti7n-ruthnt he was covered with sores; nnd Joseph, that he was east Into the pit; and Daniel, that he denned with the lions; nnd Paul, that ho was and David, that he was driven from Jerusalem; and that invalid, that for twentj years he could not lift his head from the pillow; nnd that widow, that she had such hard work to earn broad for her children. Tho song will be all the grander for earth's weeping eyes and aching heads, and exhausted hands, and scourged backs, and martyred agonies. Talmago, in X. Y. hump-backeOb-sere- i s, d, r. j discMiui-agemeut- S lnx-mis- o Our Children' Itenillin;. Children's books are healthier than they used to 1m. We need a religious literature that shall take for Its model of excellence n boy that loves God and can digest his dinner in two hours after he eats it. He not afraid to say in your account of his decease that tho day you lost him he caught two rabbits in his trap down in the mondow. or soundly thrashed a street rutllHii who was trying to upset n little girl's lmsket of com1 victuals. I do not think that Heaven is so near to an nursery as to a good gymnasium. Talmago1, in X. Y. Observer. Ktperlencr ns TMU)her. Wo can not guide others in paths which we hae not traversed; w o can not comfort others if we have never known need of comfort ourselves: wo enn not sing to others a song in tho night which wo have never learned we chii not tench others how patiently to watoh for the Lord as thev that w it teh for tiro morning, if we have never known ourselves the experience of the night of darkness from which God seemed to absent Himself, and never learned how to look patiently out of tho easement U see the darkiie.s.s of tho night turn into the gray dawn of tho morning. Christian Union. bo-fo- re our-solve- s: Have vou a conservatory or n window s pardon for winter How ers? If so, you have century plants In some, of the pots. Wo had ono in our window through tho winter in our dear New England home. In the summer it stood on the veranda. Here in Mexico.whcro wo are living- now, there is no winter, and it would seem as out of place to have a century plant among house MowjKUJS 1 S. ers as it would In New England to have squash vines in the bay window. . V .k : r w I used to bo told century plants wero so called because they bloomed only onco in a hundred years: but farmers have great fields of century plants all around us, so now I know nil about them. They grow so strong and largo that sometimes a man can stand upon "TiiBV vi:nk inuniNo down cros u thu leaves without bending them to the WITH SAIL AM) OAK." ground. It is the nature of this plant to blosgo whure it would. The captain looked som ,at the end of seven years; then at hW watch by the compass light, and it dies. The farmer does not allow one. reported half past tho plant to bloom, however, for when I groaned as I replied that I must take the bud appears, way down In the cena rest or I could nevr pull through the ter, like a great cabbage, he cuts it out remaining hour. with a long knife, leaving a hole like a Just at that moment there wns a basin instead. The sap which would blinding Hash of lightning. have fed the bud Alls the basin, and the The captain nnd I both uttered nn ex- farm hands begin a work w hich they clamation of dismnv. call "milking the pulque;" for instead There was a big ship not a hundred of century plants they are called pulque feet away on one side; and on the other plants herein Mexico. side n loat with half n dor.cn men in it! Most of tho furm hands are Mexican Three morellashos followed in quick Indians. Their dress consists of shirt succession. They had sighted us nnd and trousers, made of a very thin, dirty were bearing down upon us with sail white material. They wear huge hats nnd oar. on their heads, and on their feet only "If tho lightning holds up they may thin strips of grass cr leather, Ixnind lose us," whispered tho captain. "There like skates. Each ono carries on his nre the dispatches, wrapped In lead. back a hogskin bag, covered with a Throw them overboard before you give netting of small rope, to keep it from up. Pull for all j'ou're worth, now, and bursting when it is full. In his hand if there's another llnh I'll give them a he holds a hollow Mexican broadside from this rifle." gourd, with a small hole in each end I ground my teeth. Tho oars bont of it. nnd the rowlock creaked. Ho stops at each pulque plant nnd Hark! a voice' "Capt. Hcor, ahoy!" puts one end of the gourd down Into tho The rille dropped. My onrs flew out of tho water. It was the voice of our second ofilcer. Fearing the weather would bo too much for us our people had taken our points nnd mil bi miles nearer. It was a dangerous risk, but so well had wo both kept our lines, through thnt darkness and storm, that we came within a hundred feet of colliding. LiouU Col. Thorndiko, in Wid Awake. J TUTT'S I recruiting health THE SECRET Is discovered 0 o ELKIN & CO., STANFORD. KV, JS tyr Tcrcy Liver Pi!Is In liver nfTectlons, sick headache, dys- - ( pepsla, flatulence, lieitrtuuru, bilious colic, orunt ions of the akin, nnd nil ( troubles of the bowels, their curative eircctsnromnrvelous. Thcyaroncor-- f rcctlve as well an a gentlo cathartic. Very small nnd eaty to take. Price, tac. Ofllco, 3D Jt 41 Park Place, X. Y, I ; a fl' - frSt2aiiS WALLACE DENMARK 55. 15 '-- V. jpSJE; hands high. KY SUMPTER DENMARK, .III. & Cromwell's Denmark, he by the race lior&e Denmark, he by Imp. Hedgeford. 1 IlebyCioddard's Denmark, hehv Gaines PA'rfiri The SIDE ISsTXiXL--S dam Fannio Wallace No. 80, bv Sir Wal lace, lie by Todhunter's "Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert (thoiough-bted.- ) -- dam by Virgin! us (dam of Virginius by Tianby, thoroughbred); he bv Mason's Whip. 3 dam n Whip mare. 2 $15 the Insurance. months old; 1G hands high. BY WALLACE DENMARK 55. (See pedigree of Wallace Denmark 55.) 1 dam Map 37, by Vidette bv A'index, lie by Wood's lihuk Hawk, he bv Old Black Hawk. Vidette". 1st dam by Whip; 2d dam Gallatin; 3d dam Old Tiger Vindex's 1st dam by Mambiino ( Iiief 11; 2d dam by Old Bav 3d dam bv Cannon Whip. 2 dam Juhn Wallace, bv Sir Wallace, he by Todliunlura feir Wallace, ho by Slt'Albolt tlinr.iiiirl.l,,..,! i 3 dam bv Yiririnins In. In Mn.i,n', in,:,. 4 dam u'Whip mar- -. 3S Me-en- ger; I LEZEL 262. HEART DISEASE. weak or diseased Heart. Tho first symptoms are short breath, oppression, fluttering, faint aud hungry spells, pain in side, then Eniothlng, swollen ankles, dropsy (and 'death,) for which Dr. Miles' liew Heart Cure is a marvelous remedy. Fine book on Heart Disease, with wonderful cures. FREE at druggists or address Dr. Miles' Medical Co.. Elkhart, Indiana. Statistics show that one in fouk has a long-necke- FcrsalebyA K Penny, Stanford Commissioner's Sale Valuable Lands and Town Property. Cjrrr.nl Circuit lourt id" .U , I'lamufTs, .,alnt Walker's Pattie Teriill, .U . Defendant l!v virtue of a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court at its Feliruarj teini, i$c.i,in thealveMvled suit, I will 011 Wade 1! $15 the Insurance. TOM ROBINSON, Son of Wallace Denmark above; 1st dam by Millefs Denmark he h the rnichoise Denmark; hi Montgomery.. Oliver; 3d dam by Old Hup .lmiwi "i,,.r Dreiinon Tom black uith heav.v iimne and tail, 15 hands dam riorizel; 2d dam by in -- iiigii.iMUiiititiiii atldler and will him a addle breeder. -- war-la- ut i A llrHKt'lni; Mutnli. Wednesday, June lhivllt, 15, 1892, $8 the Insurance. a al VISE SAYINGS. Parisian paper relates tho following story of a contest in boasting which, it says, took place between It should throe artists of Marseilles. be explained thnt Parisian writers always put their "tall talk" Into tho A If I fear, I either do not believe, or I do not loliove enough. lionnel. To return good for good Is human; evil for evil, brutal; evil for good, diabolical; good for evil, divine. Hoyard. lllessed are they who see tho day of glory, but more blessed are they who contribute to its approach. llishop Seeker. The Christian is the man who can say this llrst, last and always: "Tho lines nio fallen unto me in pleasant places; yea, 1 have a goodly heritage." IJnni's Horn. God's benefits come not nlone, but one Is a pledge of another. A drop of dew from Heaven Is prognostic of a graeions shower, which nothing can draw dry but ingratitude. rnrindon. Our gratitude Is false and of no avail unless accompanied with newness of life and newness of life can not endure long if our thankful .sense of tho grace to which we owe our deliverance declines. Quesnel. The simplest conception of prayer is the true out "an offering of our desires unto God" asking Him for what we desire. A child can understand it, and it Is not made any plainer by explanation. United Presbyterian. The true ennoblement of life will bo Make our Up and Uvea expre, found as wo are In right relations with Tho holy doetrlus wo profesj, God. When we seek, as Knoch did. to wo shall bo less ready with contempt talk with God, then wo must be sepannd condemnation, quicker with rate from sin, and our dally course will counsel and encouragement for bo marked by righteousness "Whore tkoso who have strayed into forbidden God is sin can not be, an where Gxl paths or fallen by the wayside. is, all beauty must bo." Christian Inn: de-bi- ro coin-for- t, 1 If consistent with our nokuoivl- quirer. basin. Ilo puts his lips over the hole In tho other end of tho gourd and draws with all his might until he has forced all the sap into the gourd. Then ho turns it round quickly and lets It run out into tho hog skin. Sometimes tho basins fill up three or four times a day, and they keep milking tho pulque plant for nearly six months. When his bag is full ho empties it into a large barrel, and llnally it is made into a drink that the Mexicans seem to enjoy us much as we do lemonade. W'iiut She Calnrd. I tasted It once, but did not like It. "It's an 111 wind that blows nobody good," runs tho old adage, and when Warren U. Fryeh, in Our Little Men and Women. Miss Almlra Stevens' older sister decided to K out west to visit Tho Whole htory. her brother for slv months, Miss Almlra It is natural to bojs and girls to dewns not long In finding ono bright spot sire to know how n story "comes out." in her bereavement. "How In the world will you ever get They arc not satisfied with an abrupt along without Ilitty, Almiry?" nsked a termination when some good point is "Why, you reached. A bright boy once heard tho sympathizing neighbor. ain't ever been parted before since you story of William Tell for the first time, was children, have you?" and was very much interested in it. Ho Havinir removed my Bather Snop to Ihe Cam "Xever," replied Miss Almlra, sorrow- followed eagerly tho account of the mercial Hotel, I ain shooting of the apple by Tell from his fully. to Accommodate Ladies "You'll miss hor dreadful, won't boy's head, and looked unsatisfied when" Prepared as well as Gentlemen, tho story came to a conclusion. you?" ll- -t . "Yes. I shu'l my line. "Well, go on!" ho said. th"n." added Miss la anything they may wish in n me. waited oo. Call r "Hut that's all the story." to her face, Almlra. n f. '5 have the !. "How can It be?" exclaimed tho boy. "you THOMPSON, l!r- -t , . whilst "You didn't tell mo who had the apple la Commercial Hotel. to cat!" tvw.-torA-ru-l- mouths of Marseilles people. "My dear," said ono of tho artists, "yesterday I painted a pine board In imitation of marble, and did it with such fidelity that when tho board was put Into a pond of water it sunk like stone." "Pooh!" said the second; "thnt is nothing. Yesterday I happened to hnng up my thermometer on the back of tho frame of my 'View in the Arctic Regions,' and tho mercury instantly went down to twenty degrees below zero." "All that is nothing at all," said the third artist. "You know my portrait of the old Marquis of Cnmargnc? Well, it o Is so that It has to bo shaved three times a week!" llfe-lih- - --- -MII.klNO THE I'LT-qU- - ' Stock committed to mv care and hucd-in- g ell to the hlsh-(- -t At tt ii'ilnek a. m or bidder at public orury at the late homeMead of will receive my peY-onattention. Countv, Ky , the Wade It Walter in l.arr.ird Gni funiMicd at reasonable rate.--, to be Iractsof Land and Town I'ntpertj, vli. ; Acres, upon which paid for before renin; nl of stock. No Tr.Kt N'o I omtaimn' brick divelliuff-IwHis- e, there is an elvsant new for accident", or vvlth jimd imttuilidliits and pletidid ImParting uith flock milch insurance. provement "fall kinds Tract No. contain 15 Acrxjs. J. STEELE CARPENTER. Tract N'o. i contains l?1 Acres. 0 IIiMnnville, Ky. The three Tracts will be tirt otTereil separately and then as n whole nnd the bid 01 liids uccipted mxliev that will lenlizo the AImi at the same time and place the following lots in Klrksvtlle, Madlxm count), Kv : Lut No. i cuiitaiulug iS Acre, upon which there Is 1 v duelling house ulth guod Imsplendid S1ANDARD- provements of all kinds Acre, upon which thire Is Lot No. a contain v houe e a large Lot No. j contains i lhesule will be marfo on a credit ot 6 Tifm and ii months, tho purchaser being required to with approved security im able to the Master ( ommissioiur, having the force and effect of a judgment, upon which execution mn Issue if not paid at maturit) , and bearing 6 per cent inter-from d.ij of wle until paid aud with a lieu re tained upon tne prvpiri) as ruuiiioii.ii vcuruv lor R. A. HURNSIDE, thepurcli.ieinone). MjSttr Com'r Garrard CIrcut Court d M t!(irj tcnpe. mt TcLlZMTNGTQlSr oue-stor- Typewriter YifnwRM.wEli et cum Me-hita- BEST WOBZ: IIV the. THE SIMPLEST MEANS ix THE SHORTEST TIME THE Most Satisfactory and the Most Durable. nJ I.ttter I'iptr.Oil, Mss. t'overs. etc. Scud for descriptive pamphlet to A complete stoil of best iiulily Kibliuns, I,r;al Chd-als- o G. M. ALLISON & CO., ,.-.- - JESSE s,S West Main fctrect. Mill Louisville, Ky. o ,l.,-- r - out of such a Xasareth as this Georgetown expeditionist. Tho bill before tlio House to make Ky. June 3. 1892 jury challenges in criminal cases equal Stanford, between the Commonwealth and do fendant and ilx the number at live, baa passed to its second reading, but the WALTON, W. F. lawyers in the body will see that it does Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE. kt? V .' t r i.y i V ' f ' fcv, , I? Mr. Mit Ashlock had a valuable Capitalists propose to connect Lake ceedings of the Syracuse convention, brood maro to die last week. Huron and Ltke'Outario by a $15,500, called to express its sentiments against Miss Myra Owsley has returned 000 ship canal. the February convention and machiue Frank Slavin was knocked out in from a visit to friends in Boyle and Garmade politics, to warrant the scare line rard. nor the tenth round by Peter Jackson at the headings in the Courier-Journa- l, W. E. Anion sold to Kahn, of National Club in Loudon. the double leaded editorial to prove that two cows for $57. He sold Duraugo, Texas, was almost swept the party is split wido open in New away two a few days before to Givens & Carby a storm and Tom Weatherp, his York and that it would be sheer suicide ter for $00. a presidential can- wife and six children wto killed. to go to that State for Mrs. Sarah Perkins has turned out Two women and one Indian dele didate. Mr. Watterson has sworn that lately in her poultry yard Borne 200 the horse is 17 feet high and he intends gate will attend the great republican young turkevs and about 800 young to stick to it with a tenacity worthy of a pow wow at Minneapolis as delegates. Can any of tho Journal Wils Howard, the Kentucky des- chickens. better cause. The convention was a readers beat that? Filly pairs Ladies' Custom Made large and orderly body of democrats, perado, will be called for trial at LebaMrs. Mary runn, of Jessamine, Mrs. non, Mo., next week, for murder. who proceeded to business by electing T. UNDESIRABLE COMPANY. It was announced during the memo Lucy Johnson, of Lexington, Mrs. C. atHon. John D. Kernau temporary chairJohnston, of Chattanooga, Tenn , .V TnwHIn; Cfiiinnliiti Tlint It la UcMt man, who made a temperate, conserva- rial services at Gen. Grant's tomb in New tended the Burton-lleazlwedding to IS ltlil or. York that the fund for the monument tive and excellent speech, setting forth In one place in his "Pilgrim's ProgWednesday. Miss Mattie O'Conner, of Broken sizes, all of the best makes, reduced from S3. 50 per pair to the reasons for assembling and showing has been completed. is visiting Miss Dora ress" John Itunyun descriltc a certain - Harrodsburg, During an electric storm at EddvSi. 75. that he is a democrat all over. He was Spoonamore. Mr. Lewis Dudderar, who companion who went on the same jourSateens reduced from 15 fjc peryard to ioc;Dress Clmmbiay remade permanent chairman also and the ville, Warren Johnson, a convict in the has been bedfast for two months with ney with Christian and Hopeful to the Cotton Serge from yard resolutions adopted, while expressing penitentiary, was struck by lightning grip and nervous postration, wassteadily Celestial City. "Here. " he Kiys,"they duced from 15c yard to 10c. met with a very brisk lad that to IOC. great confidence in Mr. Cleveland as the and instantly killed. of week was report- came out of tlmt country, and his nutno Charles Atkiu, who is wanted at improving, but first CaTThesc goods must go in the next 30 days, so call at once and best and most available candidate before We hone it will was Ignorance." I want towtv n few ed not ouite so well. Somerset for the murder of Hiram Taysecure ycur share of the bargains. the people, in New York as all over the be a very short time before he is out words about this traveling companion, country, do not instruct directly for him, lor, has been arrested in Tennesseo and again. wlio very frequently joins us on our but simply recommended the nomina- taken back to Somerset. Tim IVIiitn flair c1innl tliat iia lioi-- .. journey . through life. To Iks sure we . ... . MV . . .,.,1. W.. Frank Webb was stabbed to dtath ..!. . are ngtii wjieu wo tire wrong; to tninK tion of the man who gave the country , leal when we we kum. ft j,ret the best administration for half a cen- on Clear Creek, Bell couuty, by Finley several months by Miss Helen Thur-- j lcnow Vtfry llltlc. to tIllce th,IIRS into Evans. They had been enemies for tury. A delegation was named to the mond, of your city, closed Friday and as our own hands nnd drive, when all the Chicago Convention and a pledge regis- some time. Evans is still at large. we should be Ik? to wit-- j and The English Derby at Ep?om was usual the patrons were present express while Iwok seats, quiet .signs should we tered that whoever is nominated the taking are that ness tho closing exercises, and won by Lord Bradford's colt Sir Hugo wlth thls for-,iCleveland democrats in New York will school-- ' aro kwp"'? c W1," with odds 40 to 1 a against him. Baron their satisfaction. Saturday the ,, ,h, give him their cordial support. Both .ecu.pa.ue,. j .W La Fleche, the favorite, was sides promise this and there seems re- Hirsch's by a host of friends, assembled at the ,vrof ,Ureetlon. ally nothing to get excited about. Hill second, and Bucentaure third. Some time ago I went with Bishop Eighty thousand persons have been beautiful woodland of John Logan for a Is Receiving Hia is out of the question and Cleveland m.ay Chil-anDonne, rendered homeless by the destruction by picnic and the day was very pleasantly dren's, of Albany, through hU nominated before the State of New be hospital nnd his St. Agues' Dinner was delightfullv spent. fire of 2,000 houses in the cholera strickVe went through the York is called. In the meantime it served, croquet," sniuging, gunning and 'hol for girls. of Cashmere. There were 1,000 lU pitnl nn.l Into would be the part of wisdom for the en Vale football were the amusing plays, and late from the plague last week. the tlitlerent school-roomnnd saw all delegates to study the situation carefully deaths most exciting pan 0 Uml WBS to u. Stfon 0m. xWnK glnck Goods Warranted and a Pcrlect Fit Guaranteed. Give mc call. Six men took Wick Willis from the in the afternoon a from now till the meeting of the Nationjail at Lebanon and hung him. He was of base ball was witnessed between tho ,n0 as I looked through the building, al Convention and then give us a ticket a note of accused of attempting to rape Miss Dice Gilberts Creekians and country nine, and madegreoP school-roo- it. Over the east that 'can win. We are for GroverCleve- of St. Ag- which scored 10 and 10. Capt. Henry end of the in Adair couuty and was in the Lebanon-jaiwords land heart and soul, but "we are a dem- nes' hfl11 Ilt AUmny nVe these Travlor umpired the game. The Beneto keep a mob from getting him. ,,e rait EnS,w "tntosmnn, Mr. of the mem-bsr- s ocrat" nnd when music 'f? Mail intelligence from Mauritus con- town band furnished their choice KIHIISUMH: of that convention agree on a canfirms the report that 1,200 persons were for the occasion, to those not present "Duty is a power which rises with us didate we are for him then and always, killed in the hurricane there and that can't imagine what a treat they miesed. in the morning and goes to rest with us world without end. Messrs. J. T. and W. M. Dudderar at night. It is the shadow which 4,000 were injured. Nearly every house ) v.ere cailea to rinevuie last weeK 10 oe cleaves to us, tro where we will, and s Kentucky Cen- in the colony was more or less damTiie ' wmc" novr Icnves s w leave the During the year 1S9J I shall keep constantly on witnesses in a law suit. Miss Susie " tennial edition, issued yesterday, to aged. "fc" " hand a full and complete stock of fcrSKq Editor Moore was released from the Martin is visiting in Lancaster. Mr. J. which 10 pages are devoted, is a very Anil then I noticed over the stone n-up fir..nlace near Perrvville, came Paris jail Tuesday. He will not contin- Q. hnl, tll0M! ,...,,. tlle -valuable contribution to the history of the State. The pictures of nearly all the ue the Bliietjrass Blade, but having Tuesuay wun tiie view 01 erecting a jn the Latin, from I Cor. Hi.. 18: "In governors are given, with those of nu- gained sufficient notoriety, will take the store at Traylor's switch, better known Igne revelabltur" the fire will reveal Miss Mattie E. It; or, more literally, "in the flV tho merous Kentuckians who have won lecture field and sell a book whirli he as Hayden's Station. 1k made." revelation And somewrote in prison, entitled, "Behind the Beazley, the pretty and attractive daugh- how I was will fame and made names for themselves in reminded of this "brisk lad," ter of Col. and Mrs. J. M. Beazley, was Ignorance, other States. Every reading man should Bars." who joins himself to our My stock of A negro named Jim Smith was married Wednesday morning at 10:80 traveling party in the journey of life. procure a copy for preservation. o'clock to Mr. Scott G. Burton, a refined I hanged by u mob near Huntington, W. If we keep close to our duties, we will do gentleman of .Lexington, always find the .shadow of our duties TnE 100 Jth anniversary of the existent e Va , for murdering a colored boy for a and well-tof Kentucky as a State was becomingly watch. Ihe rulinc passion was strong formerly of Jessamine county. The at- around us, because when we aro doing Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of celebrated by tho Filson Club at Louis- even in the face of death and he drained tendants were as follows: Messrs Em-br- our duty we are walking in the light. prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas But when we leave our duty we leave ' T. and James It. Beazley, T, G. Fosville Wednesday. Addresses were made a bottle of whisky after the rope had DALTon in charge. A. R. PENNY. ter, of Cawker City, Kansas, nnd Mifs the light, and when we leave the light by numerous prominent men and Col. been placed around his neck. we are in darkness, and there are no Henry T. Stanton read a fitting poem of William Britton, aged 22, and Syl Alice Beazley, sister of the bride. Af- shadows In darkness, because In dark-- ; his own composition. A tanquet at the vester Hoffman, Kirk Hoffman aud ter the two hearts were gracefully made ness there is no light to cast them. Let ur get rid of "Ignorance" as a Gait closed the memorable occasion. Thurman Hodman, brothers, indulged one by Ilev. John Bell Gibson, thev in a regular shooting and were driven over to Danville to catch traveling companion, because, sooner or The Blaine talk will not down and cutting scrape at Cornishville, in Mer the C. S. train for Wilmore, where they later. Ignorance will betray us, and will there is almost as much enthusiasm for cer county. Britton was cut in the back, wid remain with the groom's relatives leave us in that land where darkness is anil where tho light of day never shines. him among the republican masses as for the wound being over six Dealers In inches long, until Saturday, then matte a return call Christian Union. HarCleveland among the democrats home, thence to Somerset, where they and his left ear was almost severed from rison has nlready opened up at Minneap- his head. The row occurred WALK NOT BY SIGHT. in the will locate and make their future homo. olis aud his howlers nre doing their best Christian church, about noon, during Mrs. Burton is to be congratulated for Trmt Oo! fur tli Itoiiihruy n,l Irr to keep Blaine out of sight. services by tho Rev. Mr. Campbell. having won the affections of such a basiI'nrxruril. nets man. May the happy and devoted Walking by faith Is not so attractivo The Evening World has suspended Young Britton and Sylvester Hofl'man bride and groom live Jong and happy Hard- -, Queen- -, Tin- and Glassware. a mode locomotion a walka week after announcing its inten- quarreled about a year ago over a young ami may prosperity be with them ing by sight; just fs the only mode but it Editor T. woman and they have since been enetion to become republ'can. practicable with mies. The congregation was fearfully throuch life. Ihe bridal presents were nnd Owl's grace the universe as it is, II. Stark seems to be unfortunate in his makes this mode not I nean'd Crpulc U numerous aud costly newspaper ventures as well as in his stampeded and many women fainted. possibility, but an advan "out of sight," this being the second merely apossibility. tageous In the natural politics. A republican daily paper canHUBBLE. wedding to occur since Jan. 1st in the world men walk by sight, seeing what in Louisville. not thrive is before them and what is on either People are unusually behind with same family. side of them; but they do not always THE STANFORD 130 delegates attended the proAuout their crops on account of rain. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. pursue the most direct course as a rehibition convention at Louisville, this II. L. Hubble has a 10 pound heir at sult of their open vision That Uo. imaEct f0r ThrcTnu,! Kntucicy nfjBe week, to Bend delegates to the National his house, but it is a girl this time. Tho lime industry is assuming large which they see outside of their pathto., el Lancaittr, and offer tho aervicei of Convention to be held at Cincinnati. rMrs. Satnantha Hubble is improv-slow- ly proportions at this place. bothmtelf and the Company to the cit.ci.iof way often tends to draw them away Hat coniraited with reponiltle firci lorlti plants- f"C aud will have the Ice and Urctric V anu compleLincoln county. I am very thanUul for th liber- hopeful, as usual, and They appeared Judge G. W. McClure is traveling from a ftrwanl movement, so that they ted in about Uty dan; the W ater Plant loon af-- al patronage received and hope over her break-ueome Sundays by lair dealing to claimed that their party is making rapid ago. for the Union Electric Company, selling walk in a wrong direction because they " rof't a continuance. Farmer in ntedof a good In order to place contract! in ad. t. ewill find me at the Mjen Home in Stanford are walking by sight- - On the other progress in Kentucky. Dr. Herring was called to see Miss stock. .v. iti .im bitvui. l.iii, iuu ,uwi.ii.jr vii cadi wouuiy iouri uav. M W. JOHNSON. 97 6m The patent office has allowed the hand, here' comes a blind man along a offtrt the followini! pipoa will bo laid, connected to Addie Blanks Tuesday, as she is still in Necetiary water city street. He sees nothing, but In maim at actual ccat lor pipe and work The democrats of Kansas are for any- a critical condition. writer another patent on a telegraph in- his hand he bears a staff with which ho Klectrlc wires put In and necetiary fixture fur- Falls Branch thing to win. They have uuited with Jellico Goal Oo. Jim Ed Bruce bought some milk strument. feels his way just a pace or two In front nished free ol charge To be of the people's party on a State ticket and cows of J. A. Hammonds and others in is being heard of him. By means of that stnlF he Is satisfaction bet quality and guaranteed togUe Miners and shippers of the GENUINE Much complaint presidential electors and say. that tLe this locality for $25 The schedule of adopted ratra i from jj to 50 against dynamiters, who aro destroying sure of a single step in advance nothto $30. per cent, lower than ii utually given Grasshopper State is theirs. J. O. Eubanks & Bro. have had 15 fish in the rivers and creeks of this ing more. Yet how confidently he presses forward, never swerving to tho Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. Try it We are the sole aSents for Stanford and lambs stolen in the last month They county. Rowland. Oflice corner ol Depot street and rail- right or to the left, but taking each THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. roadcrossln;. Tho rock crusher has been set at tho step firmly as have been on pasture here in God's $ j 00 safe and sure, and as tho Dwelling of 3 rcomi, one faucet o HIGGINS AJWATTS. additional (jiiany near town and will be started on only step that is either sure or safe.' Kach additional room The House has again voted to hold country, too. t 09 Lach faucet Drilling will be done by To the The eaw mill here has begun saw- Monday next. afternoon sessions. extent of that single Stores, Hanks and I'riwite Offices, lauect... 5 00 I .at 3 00 private, step the roadway is plain to him, and Uaths,attachmentone lancet The resolution to adopt the Red ing, but on account of people being too steam. Hose lor sprinkler 5 to -- . 3 The ladies of the Aid Society have he trusts its maker as having had a Stables, private, one animal rule for counting a quorum in the State busy to haul in logs, had to suspend o Each additional auimal purchased a new carpet and pulpit chairs wise plan in Its preparing. By his work for a few days. Senate was tabled. In the corporate limits 0 Rowland. r abiding faith in the he Electric Light Rates. Saturday is school election and three and have otherwise improved the ChrisThe House and Senate aro at loggerwalks even more directly forwnrd than, H. J. DARST. Rowland. For commercial use: heads on the redisricting bill and Sena- trustees to elect. Now, citizens of this tian church. he might if he saw the other ways that will be celebrated skirt that roadway. There are trials to, One arc and three tC C. p. incandescent lamp$7 tor Breckinridge says the judicial dis- nud other localities, if you have any St. John's day cervear TO OS prido for the rising generation in your here by tho Masons. Brodiiead and the man who can not see; but there is a For 10 c. p. each incandescent light, per mo. tricts will not be fixed before fall. M I have made O. W. SlnRle- In the Senate tho republicans with- he irtat aud any ambition to educate tiie London brass bands will be in attend- gain to the man who, not seeing, will 5 ton, the haw Mill,rrane"lent'th tho public with man, to furnish 3 auy and all kinds ot lumbir. cither at my store In out exception voted against tho measure poor youth of our county, who can only ance. London proposes to send a dele- walk by faith, and who says, in all sinFor Residence Use: .... cerity: ...u u. in mi,,, retiring riank and to increase the rate of taxation five cents enter the common schools of oik land. gation of 100 or more. I asts a speculty. For im 16 c. n incondoscent lamp per mo... Get my my prites before buy. So I go on not knowing; iB " " .. " ad " " " W CAHSON, Our old friend, W. II. Spradlin, who . ton the hundred dollars aud tho bill was will you demonstrate it by going to the 1 would not If I might; $ " id ' Dealer in General Merchandise. seeing that good men aro elect lacated the L. & N.'and K. O. roads thro I would rathor walk la the dark with God, polls and " " " 4th" " " killed. Crab Orchaid, Ky. " Than go alono In the light; For each additional " Mr. Stephenson's bill authorizing ed, who will treat tho public funds as this county, is now engaged on tho locaForlurther information, apply to Thau walk alone by algfat. ' u-rustees of,school districts to levy a per though they were precious by procuring tion of a 15 mile road out of 1'ineyille up J W. HAYDEN,Sup't,&c, -- S. S. Times. 3 s or live and energetic men and women to Straight creek. He paid a visit to friends capita tax for repairing Dealer In building additions thereto, passed the preside over our schools? Senator Quay is sMll expressing tho hero Sunday. John McCarley is thought to be im Foreign and Domestic Fruits. House. It seems to the writer that if the opinion that Mr. Hlaino will not only bo O'fTice opposite Coffey House, Mclnerney'u bill to suppress ob proving. .Mrs. Snow is in a critical con prohibitionists would give a portion of nominated at tho Minneapolis convenConfectioneries, Ac. scene literature 'was reported adversely dition, having never recovered from her their attention tp the cure of drunken-nee- s tion, but that he will be nominated on Has with him a first class baker and can furnihs as well as the prevention thereof, the first ballot. on the grouuds, probably, that nothing j attack months ago. Miss Fannie Svvope lead, Cakes and the like on short notice. 19 6m 3, . Mid-dlesbor- o, There is nothing whatever in the pro- 1200.000. is visiting relfltives at BradforJsville. Wm. Hubble is able to got up to the store again. Wm. Watson has secured a job of at Stanford, with the water works company. Wo aro truly glad to see our county seat coming to the front as she is and hope that with its enormoiH amount of idle capita and great number of energetic men that busnot pass. iness and improvement will be so pressNEWSY NOTES. ed that it will stand second to no county seat in the State. We wi.lt then find a In the Birkenbery mina in Boheready demand for all of our couutry pro mia '200 miners were buried alive. duce and the surrounding community A severe rainstorm has added to the will be greatly benefited. Wo will then destruction and sutlering in Wellington, feel that we are "in cabbage knee high, Kan. and taters over the fence." The right to sell pop corn at the W orld's Fair is expected to sell for over North End Lincoln County. good could come brick-layin- g that ajlong strido would bo made to- wards gaining tliH desired end. Miss Ida Adams is visiting friends here. Mrs. William Weber Riiddaughter (Late Alexander's Hotel.) Marv are visiting Lexington. Mr. P. Thomas Welch has returned, after an (EQ3&MQ extemlc'l trip to Louisville aim LexingRates $2. 50 Per Day. ton. J. P. Mullins got a foot badly crushCor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Housed under a truck car near here yesterday. Ky. Mr. Alex Lusk, of Pittsburg, tho V. R. LOGAN, A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, warmest prohibitionist in the mountains, .Manager. passed through this place a few dajs J. J. Marshall, clerks. since on his way to the prohibition convention at Louisville. He made 'W miles the first day by walking from Pittsburg to Gum Sulphur. Mr. Fred Krueger will go to Now York, in a short while, for the pur& pose of meeting and inducing Gorman Anil Lincoln County to call and examine the handsomest nl cheapest line of WALL l'AI'F.U cter immigrants to comu and settle in this offered to the people of Central Kentucky Mr. John 11. Williams, who count DANVILLE, KY. At A. E. GIBBONS', lef' this county eight years ago, has an He can also furnish ou the best PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, Ac, at lew at any wMoilt Louimportant position with an East St. Messrs. home in tho State l'eeple desiring to do their own work can al ays do better by getting advice frtm is pork packing establishment. in experienced and practical man, and S, II. and Richard Martin have returned Get your Combinations Complete and Save Money. from a trip to their old home, Lynchburg, Va. Mr. James I. Whito has returned from Adair and other .countiec, where he has been investigating tho condition, etc., of our seminary lands. He thinks he will be able to realize a fair sum without suit on largo portions of the lands. e, THE WILLARD. Louisville, WANTED, Five Thousand Iacllcs Gentleman. from Stanford The Bottom Knocked Out ey 36-inc- h itfc ..... ... ...u.umuap.,-ur..,to- l A v . W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. 1 i ,,,.., ItfJXtft Lr d "s.ot Spring & Summer Goods s, j 1 m l two-third- s A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER J Courier-Journal'- .,,., o I .,, Drugs and Paints, Oils, ,& Stationery. , BkJjSI ToiletArticles Glass, Books, & JSWE3CRTT T.. 'WATCHES, CLOCKS y 5 I FARRIS & HARDIN, - , ! Staple & Fancy Groceries Just Received a Beautiful Line Water, Light and Ice Chamber Sets and Lamps. p ...,., vv j Original Jellico Coal. . j -- 1 For Sal 1 Twenty Knildln Lots road-inaku- THE Pl'BUC. V -- 1 I tl Bchool-house- Ma MiOaVmQanBo DB. J. A. AMOXT, Stanford, Kentucky. ft fiTKT r n't-- j tul'S t 2k L r Ipatcher, r FW i $r FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Dainty, now, cheap. As presents for GO TO tho sweet girl graduates they nro unsurM. F. Elkin bought of John G.Lynn Seb tlia Gurnay l.efritferator before passed. Call on Danks, the Jeweler, nnd n lot of fat hogs at 4c. buying. McKinney Bros. see for yourself. William Moreland sold to M. F. ElBtanfokd, Ky., June 3, 1892 O.s'Eof tho twin boys of Mr. Jno. Wat9 Youit watch or clock Is out of repair. kin a lot of fat hogs nt 4c. son fell Wednesday nnd broke bis collar Take it to Danks, the Jowelor, at Me y 0. P. Newland Hold to A. T. II.C,WALTON,Dus.MQnaKer bone. 15 hog, 175 pounds, nt 3 85. Roberts' drug store. My own personal D. N. Prewitt bought of Luthor UnWe now have a stock of woven wire attention given to repairs. MEANS BUSINESS. derwood his lambs for July 1 deltvery at and slat fence innde of onk pickets. Sine FOR" College Concert. & Menefeo. Tho lowering, b cents. Wall i'ai'kk nnd paints nt W. B. 9 Monte it Jesse Fox sold to Weihl, Wednesday threatened Shoo Flv! i'cren doors nml windows leaking clouds of artistically seriously interfere with the ntteue- - for Goldsmith, 40 head of Enuravino beautifully nnd made to order by A. 0. Alford. Shop to done at A. K. Penny's. mice at the nnnunl concert of Stanford cattle at 3f. ' Ik'V your books nml school suprli? of above depot. Bahr Kalin, of Middlesboro, purFemale College, but by sundown the all klmlH front A. It. Penny. chased of various parties a lot of cows Ot'H French pnyhams, which we have skies brightened and made the evening IIavk your watch, clock nml jewciry and calves at $30. All work heretofore fold at ;lo cents per yard, now most propitious for tho entertainment, repaired at A. It. Penny's. John Raney bought of his brothers advantage ol by the which wns taken go nt 25 cents. Severance A Son. warranted. Kkmkmiikr tbntnll silverware, watches. largest crowd that ever attended a simi- and sisters the Milton Raney farm, conMil. William Hooch bus just com- lar performance rinj!8, Ac, bought nt A. It. Penny will at Walton's Opera taining SS acres, for $2,750. be engraved free of charge. pleted a largo house on his IIoubo. There were between 500 and THF Bohr k Kahn bought of Jesse and farm in the Godien neighborhood. Montie Fox a lot of nt cattle 000 people in the homo, more than 400 .i To Delinquents. of whom paid the admission fee. The 3 cents, and six nveraging 1,070 at 3 121. I.ksiiknct. and lot of two acres on Beazley Bros. k Hays have had a It is against our custom nnd contrary Main street for tale. Desirably located programme was carried out like clockto our deslro to Hsk our patrons for and hns all tho conveniences. W, P. work and tho little ladies did honor to splendid Benson with their fine saddle money through tbo paper, but remittheir capable trainers. Tho only thing stallion, Silver TipOU, and giye the InteWalton. And everybody tells the price. tances nro bo slow nnd our need of that could be said against it was that it rior Journal some of the credit for it. money so great that we art forced to Inwas raining again when wo went to wns too long, but this could hardly have He has served 5:5 mares. It sist that everyone who owes ui will set- press, but it has done tluit every day for been avoided with bo many pupils to Tlio Metropolitan Handicap, worth tle nt once. If your label does not read a Mionth. Cooler, fair promised for "show off." At 8 o'clock the curtain $10,000, was won at Morris Park by Pes- Come see our Neglige and White Shirts, and our Men's, Youths' JuiicU2 you nro In arrears and sbould and Saturday. rose nnd for nearlv four hours, the fol snra, with Locohatchie, formerly Curt and Boys' Bend us tlio amount due to date with a lowing programme was given as fast as Gunn, second, and Sleipner third, NearMary Gray, colored, living near year's pay in advance. This mean you ly 50,000 people saw the race. the diilcrent changes could be mnde: William Moreland bought of various snd everyone in arrears. Wo need the Heuetowu, wns tried for lunacy before n Ten Little Sunllower ritmc jury in Judge Varnon's court yesterday Boat Song.. parties a lot of fat hogs nt 3 to 4 cents, money. Primary Clas and ordered sent to tho asylum at LexT. Nunnelley a bunch of Lidmcr and of A. Music Schorzo We do not carry the largest stock ever ington. PERSONAL POINTS. good ones at 4 cents. He also Boots, Shoes and Hats. Mins Janie Wearun. brought to our city, but their never was a more select stock or better Jirulow bought 13 head of butcher heifers at The Merry Bachelors have sent out Shaking Quaker Mips Lie vDiNCAS, of Montlrello, is goods offered or at lower prices. And we would say the same thing Primary Clas. 2 So. bo given "00 invitations to their hop to with the Misses Menefeo. lldtr Muiic Postilion D'Amour J. L. Yantis had a fine jack colt Mish Jknnik Warhkn is visiting Miss nt Walton's Opera House, Juno 10th, MI'sMss Weaicn. nnd nro making preparations for a grand Promenade of the Broadway Holies... rWy dropped May 3, which ho says is the Mnrrlo Warren in Danville. Our trade is increasing immensely, for which we are under many Mack finest in America. He is by George Music Waltz in G Major Kisv. It. 11. M Alios v, of Columbia, event. Mifeus Anlcy. Shclton nml Cnrter. Imported Paragon and is obligations to the public, and we shall continue to merit your confiTarkiiigtou's Tenn , has joined bis wife here. Tils Mutusls of Louisville and tho In- Recitation The Daughter of Herudins..... out of the same jennet as the one he has dence by giving you the best goods at the lowest cash prices. Mi Ma. J. A. MiItoiiEUTs, of Corbin, terior Journals will cross bats at RochLickoy. We start Neglige Shirts at 25c; Boys' Suits at $1; Men's Suits of (Met just sold Turley &. Walker for $1,000. spent a day or two with his uncle. this afternoon at 3. It will Music Ixiln du Bnl ester Our various departments for the laLily Flag, of the Montesnno Dairy, good quality at S5 no shoddy. Mhc4 Maiheuy hih! Held. Miss I.ccv PiiiLLirs, of Monticello, is be a big game and lovers of tho sport Tlio Legend of Van Bibber's nenr Huntsville, Ala., beat the world's dies in Laces, Embroideries, Gimps, Becttnlion Jets, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Hardin. visitlni: her uncle, Mr. Mark will be out in laruo numbers. ItwiLt P.ock greatest Jersey cow butter production Corsets, White Goods, Dress Goods, &c, are always full and at rock of Grays, is spendMi-- i Kurcli. Jno. Uiiioht, Jr.. Iiekr record, having reached 1,029 pounds, 33 bottom prices. John M. McKoiierts, Sr, sold to M. Music Schneeglockelien ing a few days with his parents here. 12 acres of the hill back of ounces in four days less than n year. Mistei Nowland and liuiniers. D. Klmore Mrs. J. 1. H.Mir.of Fayet'e, is visiting IIV Bisson's Belle held the year's record beresidences on the other side of the Kccitalioii The Rainbow their her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. F. Jones. Mis Cull it- Horton. fore with 1,028 pounds, 15J ounees. St. Asaph, at 5116. It cost Mr. M. $02 Kecititlon The Sunbeam Mn. W. H.Ciiaitku., of Altomont, is an acre when he bought it a number of MKs Ethyl Jtoazloy. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. visiting his brother, Judge J. A. Chap-pel- years ago. SMby Recitation The Cloud 9 Mls Mattio Hopper. R. L. Camden, a brakeman, and lAteomc "Oyster Bill" Alkord, who was raia Music K'tudiantinn Itcv. M. M. Kilky, of Georgetown Miss Belle Burge wero married at the Mi-- e Hflllou and BnughiiiHii. hss been visiting ltev. A. V. id here, has just completed his term of Recitation The Angel's Story bride's home yesterday. six years at Fnckfort for killing n man, Mit Lizie Meuefee. $ G'm MissMattiu Witt, of Kingstou.Mnd-teo- n some 12 years ago, having run oil imme- Mulc VaKe do Concert The Coal Operators (To the Editor Interior county, is visiting Mrs. Dr. G. W. diately afterwards and not captured for Mios Owsley, Xewland, Moreland and Straub. The public is aware that ltronnugh. n number of yearn. Kankt Recitation The Soldier's Joy there has been a strike at the coal mines Mini Deiiu Bavuiima.v, of Boyle, Is Mis Maggie Bright. Mn. T. M. Pesninoton is making A'otftujf 111 j.aurei count v, resulting irom a the Ru'est of Misses N'unnlo nnd Klttlo Music Galop Brilliant dwellpreparations to build a Mi8Mi Moore and Mohj. And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have between miners and operators BAugUtunn. Hurley ing on the site ol the one burned last Recitation The Parting Lovers about wages. Altera meeting of both Miss Annie GiiirriNa nnd Mr. Mi- - Emily Alexander. Grilling are guests of Misies Bturuii and fall. It will bo after tho Queen Anne Music Airs From Mozart's Operas.fWsy parties ami an effort to settle the matter and will materially help tho order Pearl'Moore. Mie Menefeo. llerculaneum among themselves, which failed, the op of Lower Main street. Stalunrv-PicturFomul in eratois proposed to the miners, who are Mas. F. J. Anthony and Mr. Clarence of the iMnce uf the Mines. Knights of Labor, to Anthony nro visiting the family of Mr. arbitrate the whole .nrs. u. Toilet Group. Bride. Death of Virginia The tin wedding ol .Mr. ami Xlobc T. S. Parsons. "ntter, arbitration being one of the car was celebrated Tuesday even- Song e B. Cooper of Love ;imt All Styles and Colors of dinal principh s ot the Order of Knights Miss Maooie Lewis hits returned from ing and they aio now in possession of Mis Nora Moreland. STATUARY. of Labor, which proposition the miners Quito Bueueye, where she taught n very suc- enough tinware to start a store. 1. Familiar Rei-- o 5. Defiance. rejected, insisting upon their position cessful school. a number of friends were present and 2. Ceremony and Kepect. . Despair. alone. I'nder this 'tate of case, the Miss Kddik Aiiams, of Danville, and enjoyed greatly an elegant supper. 7. Animation. . Indocision. coal works having now beeu idle for a Miss Bessie Field, of Fayette, nre guests 8. J. Koilvctioii. Mrs. Wm. Cooley asks us to thank all 6. Velioinoncc. whole month, on Juno 1 the operators of Mi?s Annie Biuighman. Home-Spun- s. Fanta-i- a KUin determined by unanimous vote not to Miss Flossie Waller, of Louisville, is the kind friends, who worked so brave- Music International 5 McAnally nnd Gann visiting Mlsset) Dell Sauiley.Susle Ijisley ly to save her property, which, but for treat longer with Knights of Labor, as The recitations, pictures and posing them would have been a total loss. She they had abandoned their former prinHampton and other friends. Lena wero superintended by Mrs. J. M. HubMrs. Jknnik Dinn has completed her denies that four dogs got burned up, bard; Miss Louis Tipton managed the ciples, nnd to demand of the men the music session at Monticello and returned though. Tlioie wore only two and they calisthenics; Mls Georgia Kirtley drilled houses they were occupying that they were under tho house, not in it. might employ to work and put in these to Judge Saullev'H for the summer. the primary class nnd Miss Gertrude and Dollio houses men who are not Knights of LaMissus Fannh: Shanks The father of tho East End bride, w ho Howard's pains and patience was evinc- bor. Mcltoburts returned from Hamilton X was mentioned in List paper in connec- ed in tho excellence in which lnr in timo to see tho commencement musical numbers. Among a multitude of resolutions tion with a "scandal, says tho report class rendered tho last night. originated through the jealousy of a All the ladies deserve the highest praise passed by the Northern Presbyterian 9 Mr. William meimien Bencii, of the from tlio way the audience General Assembly during its final hours, ' clnts of 'Pi', has our thanks for invitation scheming woman and bus no foundation g and judging eujoyed tho performance they received was one denouncing the lynching of What was taken for whatever. to the commencement exercises of Cenit. Tho song, "Ten Little Sunllowers," negroes in this country and another conelse proves to bo tho dropsy. AT tre College, Juno 9 in which tho bends of ten little ladies demning the use of tobarco. C. Gordon nnd 01ms. HoeProfs. J. Little Johnnie Cooi:, who ran away appeared in the flowers painted by Miss ing, of Garrard College, Ml?en Hattie from his home a few weeks ago and wbb Eva Bedinger, was very artistically givXEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Mnrrs and Prudie Gordon attended tho found iu jail at Lexington, has gone en and in reponse to requests was reconcert Wednesday night. again nnd his parents nre in search of produced. The shakiiiL' quakers, the Mu. W. F.Siikridan, chief train dls- - him. The little fellow is bent on leav- recitations, the music, botli yocal and returned yesterday mortnug ing homo and the best thing his parents instrumental, each deserve especial and A MtOW.V MARE l'ONV. about m4 hand Spring", where ho hns been enn do is to let him stay until ho get extended mention, which we ore not hl)h, mano and tail, roaihea, lump on back, letter "K." lirnnde.1 on left jaw; alto a Irani! weeks for tho betiellit of his tired of it. now nblo to give The statuary nnd pic- on kit hip Any one Civilly aoy information to hrrcofrj- will receive a liberal reward health. tures were an artistic triumph and tho W.J. ROMANS, Lancauer. Kr i Mrs. T. W. Miller has sold her resiThe picture of Mr. It. W. Hoeker, graceful posinga of tlio lovely maidens, Coolers, president of tho Metropolitan National dence and lot of two acres, on Lower in snow.' white toilets, were received of Kansas City, appears in the Main street, to John X. Menefeo for Buik wonder. It was which seems to be reasonable with admiration and Courier Journal among tho prominent 'nigh onto" tlio solemn hour of mid- Yourself to death wheu you can alwax-- find feme- Kontuekians who have mado reputr-tion- s enough Possession will be given Oct. night when the last number was given thin; palatable and Dice at t and Mrs. Miller with Mr. John nnd fortunes in ether States. nud the audience slowly deserted the Misses Pattie ash Annii: Triiiiile, of Sam Owsley's family will remove to his hall where brilliancy and beauty had JESSE D. WEAREN'S, Junction City, and Miss Sudio Pickett, splendid farm at Walnut Flat. The reigned so charmingly. regret very much to have MilWho keep Iresh from the marled, the garden young people of Maysvllle, accompanied by Mr. and orchards Lice, Tho commencement exercises wero Scnb up the young ladies yo away, even if it i lard Stewart, of Covington, drove hold last night, but wo go to press too Tuesday and but five miles into tho country. from tho llrst named plnco early to give a detailed report. Tho five Choice Fruits and Vegetables, took ten with Mr. W. A. Tribblo at tho West King, who killed sweet girl graduates read essays as folWaived. Candies, Cakes, Crackers, Myers House. Frauk Fish at Crab Orchard, waived an lows: Miss Essie Burch, "Things Don't examination when his case was called Turn up Until Somebody Turns Them Drummers' Lunch IlWcultt, Graham Wafers, Flalcei and e cry thine nice and good to CITY AND VICINITY. Wednesday and he was held in $1,C00 up;" Miss Susie Lasley, "Mine and eat. XoMalesoodsalloAetl to accumulate. bail to circuit court. Of course ho will Thine;" Miss Anna Menefee, "VolunFor Plants, Beo 0. J. Nowland. not bo able to give it. Tho mitigating teers for tho Millennium;" Miss Ella And the wool better. Dip your Sheep just after shearing. w Soda Water at W. B. Mcltoberta'. circumstances are that Fish itrew a pis- Wright, "There is Nothing More Royal tol on him in tho afternoon and when Than Truth, More Kingly llian KindFlour Iu town, Sweetot Ham In the The JJkw China, Glass and Queenswari Kini? told him ho was not armed, said: ness;" Miss Ophelia Lackey, "I Shall market.btt Trices a LOW than anywhere in the Two and a half gallons of Dip to ioo gallons of water will dip 150 Goodt delivered Ire) of charge, l'rodui ol city. just receieed at A. A. Warren's "Model "Go and nrm yourself, 1 intend to kill Not Pass This Way Again. Sheep. me a call. all kind taken In exchange l D. WEAKEN". JES.-- E Grocery." you." King wont homo and got his pisImmediately after the commencement r W. Miller Bold to J. X. tol and returning told Fish ho was ready exercises, which were expected to conMrs. Cou T. A. G. Lanham Macks-villfor him, at tho samo time opening fire. clude nt :30, the V. A. M.'s wore to en- John II. Cattleman. Monofeo four houses and lots in F.ah's pistol wouldn't work and King tertain nt the College in honor of tho for $700. - - got in his work on tho llfth flro. graduating class. 9 The 10th Musical Concert by tho MuTho principal, Prof. J. M. Hubbard, Dr. T. B. Lewis tells us that tho other tells us that the session has been the sic Department of Garrard College will ho started his son Logan, aged 12, in bo given on the evening of June 0, at day most prosperous since ho took charge buggy for his sister, Miss Maggie, Lancaster. A good a tho five years ago. Tlio number of pupils whoso school had closed at Buckeye. enrolled was 101 and tho attendance wn crowd ought to attond from here. When near Pink Cottage tho boy says large nil the time. No sickness or death to the wifo Little Personals. Bom,on Wednes-da- ho remembers to havo seen a man ap- has marred tlio peace nnd happiness that of Mr. George D. Hopper, proaching in a buggy and after that nil among tho pupils, and ou boy, and to tho wifo of wns a blnnk. Tho murderous Bcamp has prevailed a BARBBK&CASTLEMAN on WodnMiUy drove into his buggy, breaking it nnd the whole the faculty has great cause for Mr. W. II. "iRKi". Wo hope to see each congratulation. MANAGERS, I) pounds. throwing tho boy out, whore ho lay innight, a young ludy weighing member back ngain, for they have done sensible for eomo time. The horse was Commerce Building, Louisville well and earned the most hearty plaudTiik C. & 0. will sell round trip Tuesday, afterwards found some distance further its of their patrons. Agents throughout the South. Point Comfort on from on. Tho boy does not know who tho June 7, at tho very low rato of $13 privi-leu- o man was, but If Dr. Lewis could find out In Breathitt county, Jns. L. Moore, Lexington, good 20 days, with tbo just received. he would make it hot for him. It was a shot and probably fatally wounded his W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agent, And examine the Studebaker. Car-loa- d to atop at any of tbo famous VirginSTANFORD. KY. mean and cowardly act. Daniel Moore. brother, ia resorts returning. &mi-Weekly InteriorJournal Fruit jarsnt McKinney m 9 Bros. m A. A. Warren's -- Nun-nelle- "Model Grocery" i ' ," iWW45f!P , '. .Ml m m 1,250-pou- nd FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, " TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING WAX, &C.' two-stor- 1,000-ponn- d PRICE TELLS, CLOTHING, TO THE LADIES: OLD MEN, YOUNG MEN AND BOYS 1 to-da- y ex-Ir- a W ! f-- J ,' 4 Irk . J. S. HUGHES. I A h - Ui ! l. m Col-leg- SPRING CLOTHING ! STOCK Six-mo- rel $'1 j;mOUR tiisa-groeme- IS COMPLETE two-stor- ly es Ever Seen in Stanford. Metr-ng- e.' Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. Mis-e-- Col-leg- o M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. (BOOB toine-thin- SIIIIABOABOI! 6-- S. m B.K.&W. H.Weareivs. Traces, Collars, Pads, Ilames, Leonard Refrigerators, White Mountain Freezers, Water Ete. STRAYED OR STOLEN. .1 liud-lii- 1 Garden Tools, Eakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, B $5,-00- 0, DON'T STARYE s , Sneep Cures nnd Itch, Kills Ticks and Makes Your Sheep Healthier MoKnnrE-s- Staple Groceries, And Provisions, bbos. o m Court-Hous- e, Insurance ROYAL Do You Need a Wagon ? Company, OF LIVERPOOL. t .1 - - y, tick-etstoO- ld CALL AT J. B. FOSTER' S . r ! .. , .rf', - ,j" Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Speed. Combined Stallion, Style fy Arthur Sims 3041. Sired by Gen. Knox 2 31, trial 2 24, sire of the dam of the great Monbars 2 10, the in the world. next fastest Siro of Ladv Maud 2 18 (the- dam of 2 10); Hetilah 2 19. Camera Monbnt 2 19 J, Independence 2 21, Knox Hoy 2 23. Peaceful 2 20, Gilbreth Knox 220 (sire of 5 and the dams of C 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. v 1st dam Lady Arthur by llourbon Chief 3S3, sire of Cafmar 2 22 anil the dsnis of Alta 2 23J, Kullertou D. 2 19, Pickard 2 181 aud others. 2d dam Lilly Arthur by Littlo Arthur by Imp. Glencoe. 3d dam Lilly Hartley by- Marco. Registered as Hob Link. by tVe great IIKLMONT a. Will make the easnn of 1S92 at "Travel performers to his credit. Mmotit hns sired Sire of Nutwood, the griiti'l llvln.. sire, liavin? era' Rest" farm, near Shelby City, Ky., at tivrfarmers with records Irom a:ii4i to a: in. 111. iWiuirhiur. hate st nerfarmrrs to thotr Credit by Contractor toil, slreif Dr. West iff, and there nl the dams " i dam, nettle Klnkead, a jo perlnrmers Ton ..by Jim Monroe 11. son of Alexander's AWitlrth sire s)f Lady Matron 1 dam Kltlv Hates i6Jf, Monroe Chuf :iH and 7 others ln,.ia. Full sister D. Monroe a jJ To Insure a LUing Colt. He is a blood bay, 15? hands high, left ...by Duvall's .Nfambrino .. dam i ,l.im . .. hind foot white, heavy mane and tail, bv thnrotiffhbred sun itf Whin P.tvaMa when the colt If ContraU'ir, the wreof llplmnnt Chiefs dam, was si rod by Ajax. full kiothtr lo )rae Oirl t'to, ly maieu ne was irca ny ine (jrwit premium sau-di- e foaled May, lSSs stallion, Second Jewel. Dam Rowena Wbl Hainlileunl.in to A tax sired Apple lack 1$ nnilo"thi In s.o IM CsmtmcUH's first dam. I.jdy Sired bv Saddiewood. an (iodler. bv Green s Ilambletonian. full brother to Volunteer ansl bmtlntl; secuMd dan, Uady Russell, one of the bet mares on earth, by Funk's 1st dam bv Smith s Almont, sire of Ka- bunipter Denmark, &c lrcof Hanib etoiiian to. Itautin by Abdallah lletmont Chict traces live times to Itambletnnian 10 -- four times thrmigh hi dtmansloHce tSrtiish Charier is a bright bay, w Hh white (eel, full u4 tie Hovatd2 19. hands high, fine carnage and coos nil the nlts t hl ire He also combines the hlood of Mambrino Chief anil American Star. It will thus he eeu 2d dam by Lord Wellington. ftimitles. perfection. Confclerlns the CMicesttralinn that Iteliuont Chlel comes from the create! 1: U. Kb.N.-- s tlM, Saddiewood, a grand saddle horse, was of speed blood, sue. style and action, thrre Is no doubt about the result t be uhtatMd I bivrding Hutonllle, Ky. to him by Wlldwood. 1st dam by Star Denmark, Torni8, $60 to Insuro n. living colt. tlie winner of 100 premiums; 2d dam bv A first class laddie horse and n No. t breeder, III f stand the rcmiluder or the present season at my place Lexington Denmark, Charley : Sandidge, At Dollars 'BELMONT CHIEF 8689 Slrd ;;'o SI5 to Insure a Living Colt. mMivxMteTvmNma&mB rfH, 1 ' i'V1 ' 1 v ul:. r. saix-u- r- ' t9-t- S3iP'Zl Sonson 1802. :::::: an imp. saddle stallion; 3 dam by v 'i b The Magnificently Ilred Saddle Stallion. Imp. Hidalgo is 5 years old, black witii white points, 15 hands high and will stand at $10 to insurea living colt, due Oct. : $15 to Insure. 1, 1S93, or when mare is parted with. "Will receive at "Maples," 2 miles south Lexington Denmark's fee will be due Will make tlie present season at the staof Lancaster, from Marcli lft to July 15, when colt is foaled or mare is parted with. bles of his owner, 2 miles west of Stan T. A. ELK IN, 1892. Mares kept at $2 per month, at owners' fowl, on the Shelby City pike, at the low Lancaster, Ky. 14 risk. I solicit a close inspection of my price of I. S. TBVIS, stock. S Shelby City, Ky 815 Insuro a Living Colt. The Premium Young Saddle Stallion, d-t- ers. Ho by Hauibletonian 10, dam (the dam of Mecca 2 27 and Clara tlio dam of the great Dictator and Dexter 217; also the grandam of Princeton 2 191 and Euclid 2 2SJ) by Volunteer, sire of St. Jnlien 2 Hi nd Gloster 2 17. 1st dam Ladv Welch by Win. Welch, sire of Prince Imperial 2 22 1, Jeremiah 2 21, tlio darn of Pension 2 22 and Conner 2d by 1 15, half mile, ns a yearling Monte, on of Wagoner. 3d dam by Wagoner. 1th dam by Imp. Tranby. Wildwood was bv RIackwood 74, 3v.-o- . 2 31, siro of RIackwood, Jr. , 2 22 J; 1st dam Kate Messenger, by Messenger, Jr.. 2d dam by Davy Crockett, Jr.; 3d dam by Rrunswick, .on" of Sumpter; 4th dam by Davis' Ilambletonian. Smith's Almont bv Almont 33, sire of Westmont 2 13j, Fanny Witherpoon 2 101, itc. RIackwood 74, by Xorinan 2ft, siro of Lulu 2 14J, M"V Queen 2 20, Ac. Dam by Mambrino Chief. Lexington Denmark is claimed to bo one of tlio handsomest and most beautiful horses in Kentucky, lie is fashionably bred in saddle and Hotting lines, is a grand saddle horse, a fine gaited trotter, and goes the gaits naturally. He has 015 to Insure. shown a 2 50 gait, both racking and Hotting, without any preparation. He emanates from the highest class of saddle and premium horses in Kentucky on his Sired by Metropolitan 1372, sue of the sire's side and his dam represents "some of dam of Collinwood, 3 years, 2 22, and oth- the best trotting families in the whole Ilambletonian. ecch s Ed. Barlow 2375. Standard Hule 6. lilac' stallion. 1C4 hands high, foaled it) iS5 3 bred by A Goldsmith, Orange county, New York. Sired by Castellar io. First dam Woburn Maid, bv Woburn soi the dam of Carver 7Li ad dam by a Mambrino horse, sit dam by Mambrino Messenger. Castellar lot a Ly Volunteer $, sire of St. Jullen a HV41 etc; dam Miss Nodine by Hammond, sonof Potter's Clayj id dam Wells' Star, dam of and Modety a 6, by American Artillery a Star 14; 3d dam by lleitrand. Woburn 547 by ilambletonian to: lstdamMiis Coley by Telegraph jot, id dam the dam of Geo Coolev by Friday Ed lis r low will stand the season of i?q wx!? ' mues irom aianioru on tne New unite siaoie OakaudDix Hiver turnpike, near DidJerarsj Mill, at Wyandotte 5526. Hy-anci- th Kace record S 20j. Hay stallion, fouled 1JS6, 10 hands. Full brother to Contractor J as Sired by Abdallah Maiubrino, tho siro of llv Sl'LTAN, the sire of Stamboul I 11 and j6 others in 1 Y. Dam, Madam Harding, the dam of Contract .r s aJ, H.irara j a, by Overland, the U of the items Geneva S. 2 J0, Hettie Jones 2 11J' Soto "' Contractor a at, Lagrange 1 a. What ho MS, etc . oy Stevens' iiatd cnitt, tin sue 01 tne great 2 20. MattieU.2 23 and other.. Ut j'i bnxd mare Minnehaha, the dam of lteautlful Hells a ,, and 4 "then In a 3d dam. Kate Tabor, by r--r Mambrino Chlel dam Ella Hopkins (the dam of 3 better Sulmurch Is a be.tutilul brown, to', hands hieh, foaled 17 lire.! M J L Kuw, Los Angclvs, Cat. than 2 30. by Octaroon sire of the dam e will terse a limited number of mures at $40 to Insuro, or S2B tho sonaon of Win. Slugorly 2 101; 2d iImui Mollle $10 to Insure a Colt 4 Months old J P CROW. McKlnnoy. Ky Winfrey by Avenl't. Ahue (the siro of No I will also stand at the same time and place my rn G. 2 2 and Win. Sinirvrlv 2 1(1). young Jack, S2B THE8EA8ON. ,. ti( it Kingly SUI TAN sire..of Stamboul 1 11 and joathers In s so list. ny iteo likes si ine ire ! 71 111 tne s ji list. by Night Hawk si a. sitn.l Red Cros a Miiime siren itrav the DANVILLE, KY. . r . ItMstrd damsofKd Annan 1 to1 and s others in s dam ..... by Vermont ..Hero lit siref Lady M a wand the dam ol GenvSmilh a i$K following stnudard-breThe . iiiippr v v 1 1 , iiiiiwrn i'ilk 1 1 J'., eic . amii me 01 ixii rvnsss, mic ui y stallions will make tlie season at Iidy Maud 1 i!t'4. earners a ',. llculah 1 15. Inilepesxlencei 11K y o. recoril 2 104 two miles couth east of Danville: dv Maud, the dm ol M .nlars Vermont Hero br Sherman s lilacs Hawk N. dam by 1 ilertt, son of lllshop's HttmMctoman,, Imp. Messenger 'Private Stallion 1 dam. Lady Duntan... yam, josic,.u.. llvthe - w STJJVE.0. .... ii"., ,. 1 -- J,l. w rm trotting mv farm . d l.a-b- BT7LMAROH. j; Quinine S. 11048. JOE EIUBREE, ft a SIIST-rTIDIEIR- SCREAMER : JR. country. This combination produces the best combined horses m the world ami thoe which command tho best prices in all Eastern markets. Any one will have to see him to appreciate Ins greutness. 1 for a horse colt, to imute This fine young saddle stallion will This well-breill stallion months old. make tlie pre-eseaon nt mj farm, at stand tho season of 1S02 at my stable four Joe is a red Jack 4 years old list October, about niilos hast 01 Mautonl, on tlie county roait is. hands high, big bone and heavy body and has Morcland, at leading from ltowhtnd, ami will be jit-mittproscn himself to be a good breeder. Money due on all seasons when colts are four to serve 2d mates months old. Mares traded or remosed Irom the dounty forfeits insurance. Call and examine my Snyder is a liiiniUome bav. 1M hands Living: Colt. to stock bcfirc making )our selection. d nt At SS for a mare and Grnuvlllc Smith J1049. Chestnut ntnllion. fnnled 1SSS, 10 hands. Sinnl by C. F. Clnv 2 IS, siro of Clorine 2 2.'U. Springday 2 20j mid Conner 2 20J. 1st dflin r.lla Hopkins iiIumIhiu of Geneva S. 2 10, Mattie II. 2 221 ami Quinine S. 2 201 by Oeiaroon; 2d dam Mollie Win-frey. $8 TO INSURE. cd will also stand the splendid young jnc; 4 C. M.SPOONAMOrtE. Imported Hidalgo. EAGLE to BIRD, McCREARY 131. : stable in Lancaster, Ky., and will mitted to serve mares EJ.WHI make the seaon of IKZIIfcTGi- - : 1S92 unbe per- at BOY. AVol-iord; At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. A LIEN RETAINED. at both ends. and action and high He was sired bv stonewall Jackson, Jr., he by Stonewall Jackson, he bv Washington Denmark, lie by Imp. Hedgeford. McCrcary's dam was Lady Parks, (an extra saddle mare) by black Diamond, sired by l.rinker's Drennoiij he by Davy Crocke'tt, (a Canndian). Diamond's dam was by Old Mambrino Chief; 2d dam by Puzzle, Ghorouehbred). Lady Park's dam At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. was an extra saddle mare by Shakespeare, At the same placo I will stand my fine T. I). WALKER. Lancaster. 10 young jack, s.A-:m- : McCreary is 10 hands high, a beautiful bay, 5 years old, lias niagniticent carriage King Boy is a dark bay, o years old, 1G hands high and is an elegant combined horse. He was sired by Horton's bay horse, he by Dr. Herr's 3Ianibrino King, dam by Steamboat, owned by Chedwcl), of Virginia. Tlie dam was raised bv Ste phen Sampson; 1st dam by Frank 2d dam by Original Jim ISell; 3 dam by original Denmark, who ran 1G consecutive miles in n race at New Orleans; 1th dam bv Sir Elliott; otli dam by Gray Eagle; Gtli dam by Huzzard. Will make he seaon of 1S02 at my farm, the old Wm. Iiall place, five miles from Stanford, Mwsswm soma alREO Record 2'3t. BY He is by an imported Spanish n fine body ..by Lexington Chief t dam , dam - .. ..by Mambrino Chorister. 3 dam Lady Stanhope . .by Hatnbleloliian 10. Orar.dam of Hosa , Wilkes a and Simmons 2 3S Voltaire a 20i by Tattler 3C0: Uair. oung Mambrino Chief it: d dam by Koebuck tho sire of Urown Jim is also the sire of Volney, br. g dam Nellie lay Alden Goldsmith, who made a record in 18900! 239K Tattler, Voltaire's sire Telltale br Pilot. Jr. damIndianapolis by Tellamon. sen of 221, Rumor 220, Medoc, sired Voltaire 2 20U, iind his suns Slander 2 aSVj and Abbott, Indianapolis, Rumor, Tattler, Jr.. and Votaire are all sires of pertnrmers in 2 30 Pilot. Jr., 12, sire of Tattler, is well known as oeing one uf thereatest broiHl mare sires of the ace, his daughters producing Maud S 2o3), J. I. C a to and a host of others ol note LexinKtun Chief 576, sire of Brown Jim's dam, is br Kentucky Cl.iy 194 dam Lady Warfield by JIamlixino Chief it Mambrino Chorister fsire of dam of Protelne 2 18 iVc) by Maiubrino Chief, dan. by Chorister. VOLTAIRE Sixteen hands high. 685. stand A and large bones. jack, has He will At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. lien will be retained on colts till season money is paid; if mare is parted with season becomes due. 1. S. PHILLIPS, Walnut Flat. 10 The Premium Saddle Stallion, tS, Por-tla- Description and Pedigree: He is a dark brown, full sixteen hands high and four years old this Spring. He has a lino mtitiu and tail, with as much style ami action as anv horse in Kentucky. He was sired by the great King Eagle, (the winner of forty blue ties). dam by Star Eagle (best son of Lexington), 2d dam by Hamlet Denmark. 3d dam by Harris' Denmark, son of Miller's Denmark. Will make tlie season of lMlJ at mv Jvinghaglo was the winner of more Mian stable miles from Milledceville. Lin 40 premiums und was never uuaten In tlie coln county, on the Stanford and hor-mare or gelding. model ring by pike, at Kinir Eatile was sired bv Hlack Eaule. the sire of Black Squirrel. 1st dam is (the, $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt. (lam 01 .uarK weumarK ami .siomu inns-to- ) Adonis is a beautiful dark bav with by Hlack William. Star Eagle was got by Cabbell's Lex- black tMiiuts, 15 hands inches high, fooled August, 1SS3, and is a ;rand saddle ington, dam by Garrard Chief. iiioso who want to iireeu 10 a Mares will lie furnished crass after May inir-lstat S2 per month. Care .will bo taken to lfhmloiue Kentucky sadille stallion areprevent accidents, but will. not be rospon- -' invited to look mine over and see his action and stvle, sib e sliou I auv occur. He was sired by the grand show hore. ccape Alo atthe same time and place I will T la. fc J. S. 9AUGHMAN, Second Jewel, lie by Cunningham's Jewstand S Danville, Ky. el, he by Washington Denmark. IMPORTED JOHN His first dam, Minnie; by McDonald's At SO for horse mule and SS for mare mule Unicorn, colt. Sicomi dam by Wells' Crummier, his B. P. WOODS, tlrst du m unknown, but thought to lie an Kt;itcrel Stanford, Ky. Oliver. Mares kept on gras or fed at reason- By Second Jowol 48. Dam !y oil Sluncwall Jack, son able price, but not responsible for .acciThistaiKy ssJille stalliiMi will make the irason dents should auv occur. of id, a at our SUM ' tulle from Millcdteville, GEO. DICTATOR 3862. Liiuoln nuntjr, Ky on the Sjlanfnl and M, F. F.SAN DI DUE, pise Qw.ng Mllledueville. Kv. wr wt Hand bim at to the scarcity f money, STANDARD. le uign, ami is a spiemllil mover, lie was siied by Paladine, he by Ilysdyk' 10; dam bv Seeley'o American Star. 2d dam by Crabtree UJllfouinlir. SnvdoVs dam, Joette, is bv Dlond Chiel 72, sire of Fannie Uol.iti-o- n 2 Hlood Chief, by Mood lliaek Hawk, dam Mis Duncan by Scott's Highlander, grandam by Atatus. ;!! dam bv Tlumle on. Hlood Chief sired Woollev Jim, 2 2'. Fannie Kobinson, 2:201, und" Chief, Itlood'-- , Hlack Hawk sired the 2:2!U. daniMif Von Arnim, 10 J, and Almont, Jr.. 2:2tt and grand mil of itelle Hraslield, 2:20, and Protlene, 2:Ig. My track has bedit improved ami is as good as iny half-mitrack in tlie coun try. Vi ill handle and break horse--, at low Males grazed at 2 nt owner rales W. S. WIG II AM. rik. Moreiand, Ky ? Ilttiit-blctoiu- 2. lt Cab-bell- 's A-.iDonsr- is- j 1 e, I o. Ahue. Description ami redigietv lie is n SaO TUB 8EASO.V beautiful mahogany bay. Idack mane and These stnllioiis will nick with tlie innro tail, 4 Vears old loth o'f May. 10 hands of this section nnd get both the speed and high aud weighs 1,200 pounds, command- stylo from them See the stock before ' Ills nI tti II tst sua I till V iial J lllttlVlt it l 111 pi booking your marrs. 'jn llisn II 111! form. Sired by the late A.W.SMITH. Danville. oreainer; ilam by Second Hill. HI sire, in Lincoln Screamer, was too county to need any further mention here. Mares bretl to this horse, if traded or : removed from the iieighborhootl without satisfying me that they ate nut in fiml, Standard No. 1200'i. forfeit tho etison and "the inonev is due. AImi hold a lieu on tho colt uutif the seaTbis voting MHidster stallion is no Inson money is paid. Males kept on grass bred Golddust. i'onled in April. ISS7; is a Iwv, full 10 hands, speudv and at SI per tumuli, at owners' rlk. d in style, action, .iuisli' and disiiosi-tioJAMES H. PBPPLES. JR., 7 Stanford. Ky. Toll lmtlier lo Ksielle. trial 2 ft J. trial ll. aitd Moutruse, tlie sjody and premium roll uf 'S3. Miwl l iy .Heniuli tiuldilut 4400 (by Hy Young Jackson, lie by Stonewnll Golddust loO. by Vermont Morquio. Closrelated Jackson, Jr. dam by liick Morgan; er HIJ tlmii to Maud S. 'J OSJ hiiiI Johnson ' -anv other stallion; the first 2M dam Hollo 2d tinui by Epolem, Jr.; by Chief. Jr. Tlds lino stal as 2 '.'ft, stallion to trot in public n fast sire of Cigntette. dam of d lion will make the season of 1M2 at our on tlie S. O. Uiiiighman place, oj Willte Wilkes (the faiet mare of tho stables family, rettml 2 1IJ, Whirlwind miles from Danville on tlie nw Iiueas-te- r 2 21. Fannie IJolddu.t 2 2oJ. IMello 2 221.) pike pike. Dam Florence, dam of K.telle 2 22f, by Golden Mingo Chief, son of (JnliV Comet At Hed Fox I ! is a tine individual and a Morgan. Over oOO of the 2 .10 KTfiriueM havo a hore with a jedigrce. a strong infusion of Goldust and Morgan We will also stand at same place tlie blood. I)orfy Golddust will make the line JNyoor-ol- d black jack. SMITH, at SS present season nt my place 2 miles from to insure. istanford on the Ilusmnville pike, Mare.s kept on gras at reasonable rates. Not responsible for accidents or At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. t" 11 I I IV 111 well-know- At $8 Insure a by A vent's n 1 well-know- n Dorsey Golddust. unox-celle- -- n. Co-riiin- e, RED FOX 195. lt Me-eiii;er I!os-Iin- Sio to Insure. GILT EDGE 261. for accidents. At the sHine time and place, will make the c!is,.n with one of Levi IIubble' bet bred young Jacks. Mares kept on reasonable terms. Personal attention given, but not resKUislble JL'DBIID (Shown S time-- . ILICFTJ(D.r9 Hlack Stallion; foaled in ISSi; ', $15 to Insure a Living Colt. STAB "DENMARK isaddle Stallion. Ihww mane and tail fine atyle and action. SIRED BV WOUDKORD DENMARK. by King IViIliaui. . . 1 , daw Gnddard s Sumpter by dam Denmark. thoroughbred 3 dam a Bay horse, i$h hands lug", three white leet, $15 to Insure a Living Colt. . I Two of which aro noted as the best ofjennet jacks, and will serve jennets at fas for ajau c.dt and $ij lor a Jennet cult Will alio serve names $10 to insure a living cult. The other two are as fine muto jack as can be tound 111 the country and will rorvc mart at Four Splendid Jacks, al.'liae. . . . $10 to Insure ji Living Colt. Stables two miles south of Hustonvllle Moreiand and Carpenter's Station pike. en th INGELOW 5799 Standard Rule 6. Sired bv Uieml 1492, trial 2 w; full brother to Kiiip Runt! . Chance- bv ,. . dam .. , n.,i. 1713, record 2 40, uut in ine oam in acu ad dam Chubb by llourboii Chief Sj; id dam traced.) it Foaled May L'0, 18S0. Wood bay, black George Dictatoh will make tlie season legs, mane and tail, will be full 10 hands of 185)2 at Chubb, bj St. l.awreuce Rienai 1492, by ltelmont high at maturity. Ilcue 1278, 64; tst dam lllandiua (dam of Kinir Sired by the "incomparable lied SquirSwigcrt5), etc by Mambrino Chief 11; 2d dam rel, Insuro a Living Colt. the grandest saddle stallion on eiuth, by llrown Uiirclimare (dam of llosatlnd sai'-My fine saddle stallion by On Time and Pilot, Tom Stamps 1733, by AbdalUh Pilot as ids record will show. His owners, tlie 7o3; tit dam Queen Dido the dam of Red .uessrs. nut of a Stonewall Jackson mare will also vjwsiey 01 rwrKsviue, nave Wilkes 1749, sire of 25 in '30 list by Mumbtino an ofler of 50,000 for him; stands at make the season at same time ami place, Chief 11; d dam by HcU jacket, sire 01 Uourbim Chief 383 (sire of Calmar 2 22I by Mam- Stfo the season, cash in hand, and can not brino Chief 11 ; istdam Puss, by Orey Eajle ad nccomniodate half his patrons; sired by At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. dam by Sir Peter. An analysis of Inelou "s pedigree reveals a rich inheritance of performing and Jilack Squirrel, he by Hlack Eagle, b'y prod uclnir blood, therf being three direct crones King William, by Washington Denmark, ut Mambrino Chief. His sire is a lull brother to (.iaines' Denmark, by tlio great Km; Reno and the sire of his dauj a half brother by raco liorye, Denmark, by Imp. Hedgeford. to Hcd Wilkes. He must be seen tube appreciaThis line draft stallion will make the ted, tie will stand' at Liberty, under the manageKed Eagle's dam Kowena Webb llussell. ment of G W Frye, at of the best walking animals on earth, present season at my farm at one having met and defeated all the "crack"' Insure a Living Colt. walkers of Central Kentucky, including SIO Mr I'rye will nlo stand my stallions and geldings; by Funk's Sump- He has proven himself a splendid breeder. ter Denmark, byGoddard's Sumpter DenI alo have mark, by Washington Denmark, Ac. At SO to Insure. You will see from above that his breedmarc is parttd with the season In all cases if the GOOD becomes due and collectable. A lien ts retained en ing is gilt edge in fact, he is a model all colta for scvice fee general utility horse. Will serve a few J. K. BAUOHMAN, mares tho present season at my place, Which 1 will stand at the same place and a a and took 7 Sired by Dictator 113. 2:10, I'hallas 2:13. premiums and 1 certifiicate; as a Sire of Director 2:17. and 23 other in tlie 2:20 oiu wasn t oliown at all) Will make the season of 1892 at mj place lit, and grand sire of Direct 2:00, Nancv 3 miles from Stanford on the Danville Hanks 2:00, Loekhart 2:14, and ;;: others pike at in the 2:2l01ist. Dictatok by Ilambleton, George of $10 to Insure a Living Colt. ian (sireetc.) Electioneer, (dam of Wilke-Dexter dam Clara, Dexter, Money due when tlie mare is parted 2:171, Alum 2:28, and Astoria 2:20J by with or bred to another hore. American Star 14 (sire of the dams ot Lord Clifton is a beautiful red soriel, Guy 2:12, Hubert McGregor 2: 17. etc.) witli a good mane and tail, lo) hands 1 dam Alice. by Almont ::!, record 2:39,4 high, foaled in 1SSS, and is a perfect sad by Abdallah lo (sire of dle hore. Goldsmith Maid 2:14 and Those who want to breed to a good sadliolmnnt, sire of Nutdle stallion are cordially invited to look wood 2:1SJ) dam bv Mamat my horse and see him move. brino Chief 11. out of a He was sired by Second Jewel, he by daughter of Pilot, Jr.. AVashing"-to- n Cunningham's Jewel, lie by old (sire of the dam of Maud Deiilnark. S. 2:03). Almont sire His lirst dam Fannie by a son of Gill's . JJ0 in tlie 2:!J0 list. Vermont; 2d dam by Old Monte, thor- 2 dam by Norman 23 sire of Lula oughbred. 2:14, May Queen 2:20; Lien retained on colt till season is paid. of the dnnis of Norvnl , Mares grazed nt reasonable rates, but 2:171, Fanny IJobinnn not lespnnslble for accidents, should an' 2:201", Norman Medium occur. Mnrj o.oi'i tn i. l,r G. A. LACKEY. Stanford, Ky. Horse 0; lstdamSlociim , mare, by Magnum Domini. Young Ttvyman mare, by 3 dam Coeur de Leon (Hevis. ) 4 dam Old Twymau mare, (tin- Standard. Jav-Eye-S( high. lol hands He is black with white full 15 linnds iij.h. dm. length. Ume ami binlv, , I yer old; has proven hlni'elf it fine breeder, by Joe Hltiekbiirn. dam Dullv Willlnnis by Hoyal Mammoth; $15 a Living 2d ilam Hose Kmbry, by Stonewall Jack- con, he bv John Ilaugliiuairn jack, his Mosh't due when eolt comes or mar is ilam by .Inn Porter; ltd dam Kllen lllytlie. wttli. Mares eraxti or ltl at reasonable iriet-Not resKiiisible lor any accidents should any eo by Hannibal, he by Compromise; cur. Standard. Hred by Charles Dunn. Gilt EJje is a beautiful sortri, Hay mane lllidaiiia line black jennet Mild bv I)r. Ueniiei, of Madison coiintv, to Levi lluli. aoit tail, is hands Inches hlh, was foiled Sept 6, itMi, it a perfect mddlo ruirse. ble. &IPsEI HY ONWAHD CHIi:F440o. Gilt Kd);e wai ho(sJ as a i ear old ami taok At $10 for a Living Colt. Hy Onward 1411. record 2 2il. sire of 4!) the siveeptiaike premium at rslrXivlile and kis own jt in 2 20 list, also 17 producing sons and 10 wnu uani intu bleed toring gooillatrodtbur;. The a saddle statllan arc A lien will be retained on all colts for carittall invited to look at our horse and see him producing daughters. 10 r. ui:n. Stanford. n.ove. K'axin. r, 1st dam Lmly bv Hutcliin- Hit was sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunning.sons ciiiel 12120; 2d slain KUa Jane, ham's louel, he by old WmkinKUHi Denmark (dam of Maud Messenger 2 101, Merit 2 37) Mil nrt ilam .linnirby .Itl'onsld llalcotn. td dam by Wells' dam by by Gentle Hiey.o 3J0, sire of Pearl 2 '.'JO, Stoned-ni- l Jaclsnn, he Crussiler, hi ntDenmark, Washington by sve ; .in nam ivittv uiver-- -, iinin 01 uertte he by IIIsks IVnmark, his ut dam by Crusader, Girl 2 37, by Abdullah lo.sire of Almont, he by Old Whip, nt dam a Kocky Mountain mure Second cousin to Maud S , JayKvo-Se- e Iteliuont, Sic, 4th dam by Hd Jacket, sire MADISON SANDIDGE & SON, wo-- . I llv Krricssun i;t (f, f j $q of the dam of Kentucky Wilkes 2 21J, .MilleJieitlle, Ky and Nut 1st dam ItodiM-- . bv Old Ijot, nire of list Madison Wilkes 2 2.sj and grandam of Pilot. Jr .12 in the 230 liM i. .Mambrino Hetl Wilkes. So So 2 174. Liuie Wilkes Chief and Pilot, Jr., mares stand nt the 2 22f, Ac : : head of the list ns producing dams. Hay liorso, heavy inane and tail, with Fricsson ut, j)t. f jBrelv 2:211, Doble size, style and finish, and lepresonting Will make the r stables i mile nt aM of 2:2N Helh-2.nJ, Kile 2.2S some of the best trotting familion in the west of .Stanford, on the llu.tunvillc pike, Niglitingalo 2:'.'yj, Lula F.. 2:20. Gmudsin) of Olnf whole country. Should nutke a groat stock hoiso. A V ill make a short season at our At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. 2 22. Omar 2:2ft J and six other. Krios-son- , by Mambrino Chief, who birod Ladv stable 2A miles west of Stanford, Ueutlption and IVdijree StWer Tip is it red bai with film mane and tail, is', hands hnjh, hind I home 2:1b, and ft others. Mambrino At $10 to Insure a Mare in Foal. ankles white, and is a mlel iddle hone, has the Chief isgraudsire of Director 2:17, Mamgalls to perfection ami isn gnwt knee at lor brino Sparkle 2: IT, Piedmont Hlaclc" At same place a Sired by thi. great hllvei Knnf by Un Time, son Cloud 2:17J, Ilnnnas 2:17J, Croxio 2:11) j, of &toneall Jackson Abbottsford 2:101 and Oft others in the Kim dam bv SkecdauMle, by Uliitr somf ROSOOE, no, Onward Messenger to Insuro Colt. s. lt Ith-the'- i,l rl Dsn-vlllea- Mes-ougo- ERRICSSON, JR. . Silver Tip 169. . i RED EAGLE. Large Mule Jack, At SS to Insure. Wac-one- r, 10 J.A.4S.T. HAHHIS. mi, S20to ed BB,ATTMOITT. to Tea Dollars to Insure. IMPORTED JACK, FOUR JACKS, 8 lluslonvil'c, Ky At $20 the Season. Money due at first service, with privilege of fiee return until colt Is gotten. pedigree, call on or address 10 E. D. KENNEDY, TTuMisShl 11 time; Three at $10 and Wiley at $8, Will pasture mores at $2, but not respon- ty' BBAZLBY BRO'S;HAYS, First dam Lulu Hell by Kentucky Clay Stanford, K 194, lie byC. M. Clay, Jr., (Straders)dam tlie dam of Mambrino Patchen and Lady Thome, 2 IS each, 2d dam by Downing's Vermont, siro of Gill's Wniont 104, the $12.50 to Insure a Mare in Foal. Standard under Rules 6, ;, 8. sire of Homier Hoy 2 23, Hlack Maria, &t; UV PRETENDKK Will also stand my vonng JACK, by 3d dam by Glencoe, thoroughbred. Son of Dictator and Winona bv Almont. the noted jack. I lob McKlrov, Eight Dot.-laiMontrose C. was sired by Lighthearl by l.ance wood, ion ol Ham- insurance. i.ui, trial L' uti; out ot Moss Hose, lull sis- i dam Lances bletonian; dam Lady Persons breeding to either and trading ter to Princeps, siro of Trinket 2 14; 2d Rockefeller, by Amerl can Star: 3d dam lias or breeding the mate elewhero renders dam Primrose, dam of Princeps, siro of Richmond, by Ilambletlio season due. Femme Sole 2 20; 3d dam Hlack Kose.dam B. S. POWELL. tonian. of Darkness 2 27. 1 dam Miss Elevens .....by Kdwm Forrest. This pedigree combines the Ilambleto- 3lam I'olly Stevens by Mambrino Chief LANCKT front nian, the Coyier, the Clay and the Ver- and left hind 7871 is brown, with right foaled heel pastern white, May mont strains, with a thoroughbred base; ij, i86. He is handsome andand was high finish stylish, and will show in his direct descent more ed and has trreat muscular power. Ills lens and leet are kooU. Ills sire, rretender, is scry fast than 250 2 30 or better jierformers. quarters in Montrose C. Is second cousin to Maud He has shown by Dictator, 35 seconds, three trotPretender is who sired S. He is a mahogany brown, 10 hands ters whose average speed is greater than any three sired by other stallions. His dam is a well high, a speedy trotter, though untrained. bred, daughter of Lancewood a son of Hambleto-uiaWill make tlie season at mv stables in Shelby City, Will makefile season of 1391 at my stable in MONTROSE C. ad dam by Red I. inn. Silver Kinit's dam was Mollie Mounce, by Lexington, son of Wood's Hlack Hawk, ad dam by Young America, son of Taylor's Messen ger. bkecdaddlc s tst dam by Medoc, id dam trumpeter, jd dam Aratus Mares sent to us will receive god attention at reasonable rates, but will nut b responsible lor Carting with marc forfeits accidents or ecupc insurance. Lien retained on colts (xr season men Cab-bel- l's LANCET 7871. record of 2 20J ns a sold to Hobcrt Itonner forthoMim of $10,000 at that nge. He is one of the grandest Mai-lio- n in Jvontucky.IIis colts areuniistiallv, kind, jjooii size and color, with jilenty o'f style and line moveiner.ls. Will muko tne season at my utable, 21 miles from Hnstonville, Lincoln countv, Kv., on tho Hu.stonville and Liberty turnpike road, at list. lirricsson, with a iccord as a of 2 S0J, and linlf brother to Krie, with a is -- u. If not sold before the season opens. sible . For further information and extended Hustonvilie, Ky. a M. S. BAUCKMAN, fr accidents. At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. $10 the Season or $15 to Insure. Mares cared for nt reasonable rates, but not responsible for nccldents or escapes. Call In Stanford at lent pedigree. and see a fine individual with an excel- JissHiilLBSkMB'Li'SBVsH U4sSsflalHsfHLHBiyb'sWsB TiTirrai tf Stanford, Ky. H. L. OARTWRIQHT. ' 6 I. M. BRUCE. Stanford, Ky. W -- MW AND "l" sjjftw i Vf ftBVjyV r' ' t 1 Tint bargain ho hnd made wns irrevocable, lie won his percentage; he paid his life, dying suddenly-oone of WHEN AND HOW. those mysterious brain diseases, to In Thlno urn time. Lord Jesus, Thluo own way. which mi many overtasked Americans Tlirmit tnko mo homo; fall victims. Thou only ktiowcst when and how for tna Ho bequeathed tohls daughters costly Tlio eml shall come. tastes and habits, a sum of money InsufAnd I nm Klad that I Intro nnURlit to do ficient to gratify them, and nervous, enWith ttmonnd way! feebled lodie.s. 1 could not choose, If It wvro left to mo, I could not say. If lm hnd chosen in his health and youth a simple life, apart from tho I nm to Imay, Lord, nud still theio seems struggle for money and fashion, ho So tniieh to do Tho day crowd on, oafh nhort, each Ineempleta would in all probability now Imj a strong, When It U through. helpful, happy man, surrounded by healthy, vigorous ohildren, ready to unFar on, nliorn mo, stands Myself, Ideal, dertake whatever good work (!od had Wlwt ImlKUtlio; nd ercr. eager, I am reachlutr on set them. To t tut 1 There is a story in the Illbleof a young Yet. Master, only let Thy call 18 clear: man, the heir to a destiny which would And then, although have set him and his children apart from ily life- may seem unfinished, txor nud amall, all others throughout the history of tho Kindly i;o. I'll world, who. in a momentary lit of hunThlno I the wny, Lord Jiu knowltm thlt ger, sold his birthright for a mess of I'm not nf raid; Thou ItAKt Wen through tho bitterness of death, potUige. people think of the story It dwiK'nt lldl. now, perhaps, or atUich any significance I'll i;o tho way thnt wiem to Theo tho host, to It In their own lives, lint every And trust Thy lure, wlu Is crowding Into the city, willing to When, letting Kof catth, I UMtittHnc turn To that nlxire. snori flee health, nervous strength, moral o. Lord. I'll llv. and maVo tho most and licst principle and quiet happiness In the effort to gain money and n place in tho Of tlmo till then; Content to leave to Theo. In qulot rost, fashionable world, Is 'selling for a mess Tho how and when. of pottage a heritage usnpblcas Mary E. Albright, In Intcriar. Youth's Companion. FORGIVENESS. GOD WILL PREVAIL. I 1 - FOR SUNDAY READING. POOR How Mo VHll Few-youn- ly Hungry Comrade. When Ilruno's dinner wns brought to him by Susan, tho cook, ho wns not hungry. Sho was going out, and so fetched it earlier than usual. "There," sho said to herself; "It's quite a step to tho end of tho garden, and if I forgot the poor dog, no ono else would take tho trouble to feed him, so I'll go while I think of It," You spe, Susan was kind to nnlmals, and could not bear to have thorn neglected. So sho put down tho plato with tho big lwiio besido Ilruno's little house, nnd gently patted his head, llruno jumped up on his hind legs, nnd tugged at his chain, wishing ho might go with Sunin. Hut sho said: "No, old fellow; Susan cannot tako you for sho has got to go to town; so tako caro of the house, and oat your nice dinner." Hut the cook did not know what was going to happen. It was a hot afternoon, nnd llruno lny down in front of his little house and to-da- y, BRUNO'S DINNER. Itobbed of It by .llm, III TUAM EmMNffi STEEL BOILERS, Stationary, Upright and Horizontal. and Portable. All power. sizes up to Semi-Portable 26-horse Unequaled in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. Write for Freo Illustrated Pampieu and your waatt ta THE JAMES LEFFEL & CO., NEW VOKrC CITV SPRINGFIELD OHIO. 111 fl FREE. CRAYON fLlW?Wi q'jOty vtifziS Art 11 PORTRAITS 4 FRAMES To ail our Subscribers for 1892. In order to increase the circulation of our Journal throughout the L'nited States and Canada, 111 spend We, the publishers of ' North American Homes," It nnd (toil's Merry u Crliiilmtl. Miidn n Useful Jinn of Thr I'riior We llm.. llmrriifil liy u y Tll Our World .Moral (2nd. In t k f , large, and in the lives of single men, may well east a shadow. "The righteous pcrisheth, nnd no man luyeth It to heart;" the "ungodly are in no peril of death, but nro lusty nud strong: they oomo in no misfortune like folk, neither nro other they plnguod like other men." This is tho appearance which huiuun life wears from age to ng. Here and thero wo sen notorious exceptions to the rule. Hut, ujmhi the whole, evil seems to Ik in jMissesinn. nnd, as far as experience goes, it U. likely to hold its own. When a Christian Is haunted by this Impression, which strikes at persistent faith in tho moral supremacy of Uh1, he turn. Ids thoughts to the resurrection. Xever did evil obtain such a triumph over pure goodness as when it nailed Jesus Christ, our Iord, to the eroas of khmne. Xerer s wns the ultimate vksuiry of mi clearly vindicated as on tho morning of the resurrection. Of this supreme event. Joseph's exaltation to lie the ruler of IJgypL David's triumph over Sul. Israel's deliverance, in owe age frtun Kgyptinn Ininduge, in another from Uwt of llnbylon, were biit faint The greatest proof thnt adumbrations. ever was jrlveir that the world Is governed by a moral (Sod wns given when IcmonH." Order was soon rehtoreL and tho Inci- JoMis. the sinless victim of trlumpluint dent passed from mind amkl evil, whs rescued by the resurrection he busy scenes of actual war. A yenr from the clutches of death. II. l Canon of Su Paul's. inter three deserters, condemned to bo shut, were brought before him at headA lllcliir HiiikI. quarter. in the Held. A little boy nt in frout of his father "It seemed a hard fate." he Mild "and capital punltthment Wing and held the reins thnt eontrolod a resnew to us, I took It upon 1113'self to ex- tive horse. Unknown to the boy, the hort tho fellows to respect themselves, reins passed around him nnd wire nln serve their country, and ask liixl to In his father's hands. He snw an occahelp them to Ik descent men; then I sion ti pull them. With artless tho child looked around, saying: sent them Imck to the ranks, forgiven. "Father, I thought I was driving; but I "The loy on my left, the tallest of the three, appealed to a tender sjmh In am not, am I?" Thns it is often with Iny heart. lie wan rough and ugly, but men who think theyire shaping a deshe was handsome, too handsome to bo tiny which a higher hand than heir shot in n ditch. I thought of my own is eally directing. Thoy do their own boy. Then, too, there was something will because it is alwi the will of Uod. A stronger hand guides them: a in his look.that I never shall forget, nilghtle- - power holds the helm of their I spoke about their askwhen vessel, and saves from rock and wreck. ing tiod'H help to K'havo themselves." Tho pardoned deserters went back to Happy are they who yield to the guidtheir places, and this incident also ance of the Almighty hand. Golden Words. passed out ofthe officer's recollection. ' The war had lieen closed many years. Cold ii sinu-(roi- . One day a letter came to the police There are some Christians who are headquarters In llrooklyn, addressed to precise in their tnstes, unimpnssloncd, the chief. It said In part: pure as snowdrops nnd as cold. They "1 was once Intending to shoot you in never shed any tears, they never get mere wanton wickedness. Hut Ood's excited, they never say anything rashmercy Nived me. I know not why olse ly, they never do anything precipitate1 did not pull the trigger." ly. Their pulses never flutter, their He was the soldier who had lain be nerves never twitch, their indignation tween the rails at east New ork! never IhiIIs over. They live longer than .. ' A I'll uiik t til tul rv t r itsidnir ii,ii most people, but their life is in a minor you when in your tent for desertion. key. They never run up "C" above the Hut Hod's mercy spared me. You for- stair. In their music of life they have gave me. It was that pardon which no staccato jmage. Christ planted I touch my poor, orphaned heart. them in the church, and they must be sought Heaven's pardon, for jaidon of some service or they would not be For five years thero. Hut they are snowdrops. seemed so sweet! now I have Veil rector of church In X. Y. Observer. . The mercy in this great city of of (?od having held me up so long, I may CHOICE EXTRACTS. safely trust it will to the end." Youth's This world is not large enough for Companion. the covetous. Chicago Mnmlard. GOD'S WORK FOR US. Duty and place are inseparably conI It May i Very Poor Hint Wciik, Hut It nected. It is not enough to earnestly desire to do right; we must lo in tho Hun i l'onrr. Tho world is made up of ordinary right place to do it. Chicago Standard. people. Now and then a genius shines Look upon the success and sweetlike Siritis among the stars of the second ness of thy duties us very much 'dej mugnltude, but the sum of two talents pending upon the keeping of thy heart is tho common supply. Thej- - belong to closely with 05od In them. Flavel. the rank and file of human beings, to (Jod's benefits come not alone, but whoso caro tho interesU of tho world one is pledge of nnother. A drop of have been intrusted. dew from Heaven Is prognostic of a gra. In a block of dark porphyrltlo granlto cious shower, which nothing can draw a lino of lire opal Is discovered. The dry but Ingratitude. Fnrlndon. colors glow nnd deepen-ithe sunlight. " There is never a It it like a bed of rainbows, nnd valued thnt touches with a sting, but reveals as a precious gem. The foundations of also to us an inner glimpse of the wide our earth are coarse nnd common It Is all thoro; and beautiful "may-bo.- " granlto and trap. They Ho somebody else has it now while wo around us every day, and we look upon wait. -- Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney. vsjk them with indifference. Hut they rear Patience is a prominent Christian mJl'Iik tiimiiit.'iltis! thov linlil tlio rlvurv tit grace. An eminent Scotch pastor in a their course, lho ico and snow have late sermon on patience urged the imborne down huge bowlders for walls portance of its manifestation in tho and bulwarks. Their ledges furnish family, with the stupid, with the bad, lalwr to thousands of men. llecauso with ourselves and with God. These gems are hidden nwny in crevices, n are points on which all mny preach a pebblo need not be counted as worth- sermon to themselves. Christian Inless. quirer. .Men and women need help along A Presbyterian minister in a note to their own line. Someone is always the editor of the Canadian Itaptist, menwaiting to receive u thought, that needs tions a characteristic of Mr. Spurgeon, to bo simply expressed in plain which is worthy of note. It is that "notwithstanding his deep spirituality A woman who had passed through n and his ilrmnuss in holding fast the received spiritual faith, ho was bubbling over with cheer6eason of trial, and help, wrote out lior experience in the fulness. Ho was a striking proof that 5 nf nrlfif,.,. 'l'lirt ulnrp WflR tld in K a homely way, and did possess what la j kxMh.ess is not another name for plumwell-know- n liurliiff the Into civil war nn nsMm-lilcuiiip was for a timu I'stnlillshcd in tlio otitskirth of Ilroultlyn, ni'ar what has since been, known iin "Ka.st New York." The olllcor in cominanil, after-wnn ironenil, nnd later the chief of tsolieo of Hrooldyn, was then a colonel. IteMilintf In the town, ie wits luvimtomcd to return home ut night after having seen t)iln" quiet nmnn thi largo of men as yet unav.;rncl to One night, at a very late hour, nn galloped to the colnmri tloor in 1'acille street nml slioutetl from tho Nultlle: "Colonel! Quick! Tho whole 'h miIooii imp is in uproar Mike S has lieen sxt on lire anil" Almost iiihtantly the colonel waa also mounted, ami wnst elntterinolf tolcwrn with hid own eyes the ret of thehtory. "Ah erosMMl the railrodil In front of theetimp.' he once Niiil to the writer, ' my mare ww forced to walk and pick her way I rvmomlwr iHilnt h M'ldler jvho lay lint Imtween the track, with IiIh mufcket In his hand. I mm Uio plea in of hi lxiyonet even now. Hut mi the fniHrtl lmd been nwtjflily handled Hi the jflt I NMppoMl thUwus. one of thtt vlio hvd been knocks! pmp fellow over at his jmmH. "At all evunUs, the inn re stmititf eltmr over him, nnd took me at one Into the inidit of the lawlcw. eixuvd. 'Dwy Iwtl, indeeil. nil tho drink shop, hikI were playlnjr with tho fagot liken drunken nl A prominent characteristic of the state of mind produced by Christian faith is coutldeuce In the ultimate victory of good over evil. Hero again is a truth over which much in tho world at liy or-iler- ly ! 1 cn jrood-nes- much to amuso ono in town. He thought how dull it was to have to stay at the end of tho garden. There was nothing to sec bill somo stupid flowers, nil and trees, nnd blue sky. "I'll tako a ho thought; "nothing happens nap," here," For llruno did not know thnt something would happen, any more thnn the cook did. So ho stretched out his paws, and, putting his head on them, ho was soon HEAD THE FOLLOWING GRAND 30 DAYS' OFFER: fast asleep. Send us $IJ0. price for one year subscription to " North American Homes," and send, us also Now, all this tlmo a pair of bright an,, .mKr nr ... r.n.11. r, living or a nnoioprann. iincvne or ciarvnrrrnrvni. nf twircAir dead, and we will make you from same an artistic half llfo nljo Crayon Portrait. and nut the eyes were watching what took plnce, In a crooil uhtantlal illf nr liramr. rnnw, r I'ortralt i.,.i. .,, ouldlnc; absolutely through if crack in tho fence. These frco of rhnrrnt will alcn fnrntth you a genuine rench glass, bniing and n33Ce255S533lSSJ53$5SSg eyes lwlongcd to a big packing tame fri-- of xprnne. Cutr1 i?i i!T dog called Jim, who lived next door. this out and send It with your photo- iv2$t S25?5 S graph at once, alo your (subscription, Ho waa hungry, and Ilruno's "bone u can remit bv Draft. P.O. which L looked so good that he felt he must Money Order, Express Money OrderJ tPSttiSWM&MVfWWMrKV&. or have It, He saw thnt Ilruno's chain oie, nauc payaoic to was short, and if ho could only snatch NORTH AMERICAN HOMES PUBLISHING CO., tho bone, and get out of reach quickly, World Bnilding, Hew YorL he would bo safe. It was selfish in him, but Jim was a mean dog. For Character of Work werefcr to the editor of the Interior Journal. Ho watched until llruno was really asleep, und then ran to a pluce In tho fence that had beon broken, where he f you with to riiji. the "out dor t., the thought he could get through. Hut It fullml extent, ride a A Specialist with a State Repuhad been nicely mended. Ho ran wildly back and forth until he found a place COLUMBIA OR HARTFORD tation for Curing Obscure 'A'l whore ho could just squeezo through. Chronic Diseases. Then, ver3' slowly and quietly ho BICYCLE. came, gliding along, nearer and nearer, Tht fi.luml. I.i n too well inown to neii ur until ho was within reach of tho Ihjoo. rco.mmfi.ilaiion 1h HArtfoid m rot Ho made a wild leap, and snatched tho eiuled at the ii t fnriiM. It itt, ili ( , I'numutK TireJ ori.j. hone, but in his hurry, it fell with a C IW YlU. OBfe - X 1 cir-T- hl to-dblack-and-white thought. Ho thought how pleasant It would be to go to town with Susan there was so this year over nnn hundred thousand dollnrs among our new subscribers in the form of an artistic Cravon Portrait and a handsome frame (as ner rut l made free of charge for etcry JH below), to be "North American Homca.' new subscriber to Our journal Is a monthly publication consisting of family 10 pages, (tiled with the best literature of the day, A by kome of the best authors, and is worthy of the Ercaieipense we arc doing tor It. fcicni years apo iuc nrw j vt-- it ffriu iuiu only aooui u,wj uzuy It has over 300,000. rotation; obtained bv iudicious nrivertitement and a lavish cipenditure of money. What the proprietor of the A'. 1'. World has accomplished we feel confident of doing ourselves. We have a large capital to draw upon, and the handsome premium w e arc pi ring you w ill certainly rIvc us the larcest circulation of anv paper In the world. The money wc arc spending now among our subscribers will soon come back to us in increased circulation and advertisements. The Crayon Portrait we v ill have made for you w 111 be executed by the largest association of artists In this city. Their work Is among the finest made, and wo giinriintor you an artistic Portrait and a perfect likeness to the original. There Is nothing more useful as well as ornamental than a handsome framed Crayon Portrait of yourself or any member of your family; therefore this Is a chance In a lifetime to get one already framed and ready to hang in your parlor absolutely frco of charge. i r'wnr k?0 JScv ". ffrF li(i m ' n "S 1 ?i 1 5y5v5sir2cyMnT fi SXIYli viA W&!hfi!ifc im lif.-- " s m k..;l -l- WE SUPPLY EVERYTHING HEEDED C0NUECTI0OITH firif-ch- ui BICYCLINC. 11 auj thing. fipa ring. Write vuhtnn rcd i irti $itk turns rfmn p rx a'ri YhBK G. 31. ALLISON cS: CCJ KY. 's LM-du- n, 440 West Mnln Street, - 'LOUISVILLE, - - ARTICLES W after-wnn- l, OFJpPORAIl, slin-plk'lt- y JIM MAKI'.S GOOD HIS ESCAPE. 1 111 T 11 1 11 .... ... rattllnp sound iiffiilnst tho plnte. llruno wolic and jumped up, barking loudly. Hut Jim did not intend to lose tho bone, for which ho hod tnken so much trouble, rind snatching it. this time firmly, ho lounded away. Poor llruno rattled his chain, barking fiercely. Ho made so much noiie that tho children who were playing in tho garden heard him, nnd came to see what was tho matter. You may be sure that Jim wns by this time out of sight on tho other side of the fence. Tho children could not see nuything wrong, nnd thought llruno was barking at some one who had passed in tho road. Hut as they were going awny Paul, tho oldest boy, saw the empty plate, and said: "I lielieve no one has given Uruno his dinner, for Susan is out. I will run and get it." So, after all, llruno had his dinner. St. Nicholas. MONKEYS AS CASHIERS. They A Hm-c- i Tnl-mag- e, rrciillnr Hut ntTectlTo Wny of Tilting" Coin. Si'i-ii- , 11 "might-have-been- newspaper published in the undent city of Calcutta it is difllcult to think of such nn ancient city in connection with newspapers is authority for tlio statement that in Slam monkeys nro often used by business men as cashiers. In Slam thero aro vast quantities of counterfeit money In circulation, and by It even the smartest men nro deceived. Not so a money. This odd cashier has n peculiar way of testing coin. Every piece is handed to him, Und he picks up each bit of money, one at n time, and meditatively putB it Into his mouth, testing It with grave deliberation If the coin is good, lie declares the fact plainly. He takes it from his mouth, and carefully places it in its proper receptaclo besido him. He has pronounced judgment, nnd everyone Is satisfied that tho judgment is correct. Hut if the coin is bad, tho cashier makes known his verdict In an equally unmistakable manner. He throws it violently from his mouth to tho lloor, blinking his head with as much disgust ns tho morchnnt himself might feel nt being Imposed upon. With loud chattering and angry gestures ho makes lmown his displeasure nt being presented with a bad piece of money. Tho merchant could not express It better. Harper's Young People. Too Little. i. The updfrslsned.il. J C Howe, A. R Penny N. Menefee. j 11. ro.ter, V. G. Welcn atiil J W. Hileti, hereby associate themselves together lu orOtTto lonn a oirpuratlmi punuant to Chapter 56 of the General Siatutciof Kentucky. The name nf the corporation ahull he "Stan-fur- il 3 Watf r, Lieht, Luht anil Ice Cump.uiy,"nnd Its pnnc'vl pUce of huiincss thull be the city of SUtifonl, Kentucky. 3. The general nature of the Wlncst to be trnnwctcJ by the corporation thull tv the construction, maintenance and operation of a ilem pf Watpr Work for upplinj; water to the city of Stanford and the town of Uoulaml and to their 111 habitant!, atid the construction, maintenance and Mem of Electric l.ichti fur tup oceratiotiot a plving light to taid city and town and to their and the manufacture and talcof artificial ice. Thenuthorltcd capital ttoclt of the corpora4 tion shall be one hundred thomsntid dollars, du i ed into shares of fifty dollars mch, but the Compa ny may begin business when as much at twenty-t)-f- it thousand dollars et the capital stock is subscribed, and no stock shall be issued at lest than its par value and except tor money actually pain in, cr for property at Its market alue actually received and applied to the authorized purposes of the corporation, or for labor done and accepted ut ubi.criptlont for stock shall be its c urket value. paid at such timet and In such installment! as the Hoard o( Olrcctori may determine. 5. 1 ho corporation hall 'tegin business on the villi day of April, 1801, and continue in existence for fifty ear. thereatter, 'I he affairs of the corporation shall be 0 by a Hoard of fite Dirictors, one ol whom shall be unpointed President bv the Hoard, and by such other officers and agents as the said Hoard u ay deni necessary to appoint 7. The Hoard cl Directors shall he elected an nually by the ttockholdt n on the lint Monday of each July, tohnla office for one ear, or until their successors are elected and qualified ami until the first annual election in Julv, iSyi, the incorporn tors hereinbefore named shall be the Hoard of Directors of the Company. Iu the annual election of Director each shareholder shall have the right to cast as many MU in the aggregate a he "hull cwn shares, multiplied by the number of Diiect-orst- o be elected, and each shaicholder may cast the hole tiumbei ol otc eithir 111 prson or by proxy for one candidate, or distribute hn vote umonr two or more candidates, and the Directors of this Company hall be elected in no other manner except when a vacancy occurs It may he filled by the other Ducilcrs. S. This corporation shall possess a.l the powers enumerated in Section j of Chapter 56 of the General Statutes ol Kentucky. 9 This corporation shall at no time contract or Incur debts greater in amountthan 30 ptr cent of the stock subscribed and paid for. in. The private property of the stockholders shall be exempt from liability for the debts ofthe H 1 C HOWK, cotporatlon. A R. I'FNNY. J. X. MKNEFEE, 1 It. FOSTER "W. G. WELCH, jo J. W HAVDE.V. 1 ticon-duct- KML Msnnms FRB3 1 HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. I offer for rent the House and Lot belonging to place ol traiisactitii; the buinetof said corporation still' be Cr b Ulxtistd, 1. nice In county, Ky , with a branch office in the clt) t Louisville, Ky The mnei.ll nature ofths- - business to be trans, acted shall be thai of tor the reception ol patient suffering Irom diseases, mental or phj steal, or loth, including patiwit. suKcrlrg from d other similar malalcoholism trie opium habit adies, and any business Incidental to cr properly connected therewith; nnd for maintaining hotel for the accommodation of the patients or others. I he amount of the capital stock authorized is three hundred thousand dollars diwded into shares of one huncred dollars each payable at ouce, and which may be paid, and Ins contemplated "ill be paid 111 full b the rale ind transfer to the Company ol the rial estute nnd personal property in Lincoln county tnoun us the Crab Orchard .Wirings property, and the proprietary rights ot Kufus K. Jjfer George C. WeLsttr, Frank A McHrideand A'tidrew Dunningtoii in and to the agenc tor the tali, anil fiilmnilftirafinn lif Dr. Lolle Keelev t double Chloridet. of lold rttnedies, in and for the .. !. G.n... j.f IIOIIUO.J, irr.nlu (.. lliu... ... a.i.u 1... fw ' .i n.l uj w. OIUIC VI ..n.a.vu .v ,....i lain written enntntcts be'weeu them a primes of tho one prt and the Leslie K Keelev Company of Uwight. Illinois, part) ofthe other part, of date tSvii cf March The corporation shall commence on the sth day ol April, id.;i, and continue lor a p.riod of twenty five years thence cr.tuilig The affairs of the corporation 'hali be conducted by a Hoard of Directors cotisittiug of MX meinitts, lobe elected onihefi,rst Monday in eery Nosem-Lc- r, and to hold office' for one ) ear thereafter ami until the election awl iualificatiou cf their successors, respective!). Hut the first election for sliall not occur until the first Monday of November, 160,4 'I he mcorporaiois aboe named shall constitute the first Hoard of Directors and ahull hoid their office until the first Monday in November iSgi The Hoard of Directors shall elect from their numbera Pre identand and may alelecta Sectetary, Treasurer, Manager and such other officers as to them may seem best, from persons outsice of the Hoard of Directors, and may prescribe the qualifications and duties of any such ctlicersso elected Ihe highest amount ot indebtedness to which rid corporation may at anytime subject Itselt is one hundred thousand dollars In caic of the death, recitation or inability to rerse, prior to No ember, 1(91, cf elt cr ol the incorporators named herein, the legal representative ot either of said partus rhall have the exclusive right to nominate hi successor as such Di rector in this Company during said period The private property ofthe members andstock-holdersthis Company shall be exempt from liability for the debts of the corporation Said corporation shall have perpetual succession, the right to sue and capacitr to be sued by Its aforesaid corporate name; may nave a common seal ana alter it nt pleasure; rnav render tho shares tiausferable aud oi Interest of stockholder the mode of iiiakinir transfers: mny exempt property of the members ami sr.ock-- 1 the private That we, Rufus K. Syfers George C Webster, Frank A Mcllride, V T. Grant, W J. Wilson and Thomas U alter, hae associated and become Incorporated puisuunt 10 the proiions if Chapter c6 of the General btaiutts 01 Kentucky. 'I he nsn.c ol the corporation thus termed Is the "Keele) Institute of KentCky ' The principal lf4Hft I Tiffin Bs IHK ifK rpl H J. S. APPLEMAN M. D., THF. CELF.15RATED English. Specialist, Formerly I'tnlessor of Practice of Medicine, Electrical Medical College, TORONTO, CANADA, Now Examining Physician of the Southern Medical Institute, LOUISVILLE, KY. ... Will bo From g day, June 21st. at Stanford, Tues- 1 1 a.m. i, to 6 p. m., one day only, returning: every four weeks during the J ear. Dr. Applemanis agraduatrcf Hellevue Hospital Medical College, New Vcrk City, and the Electrical Medical College, Toronto, Canada. He has made a special studs ot the diseases he treated in the great Hellevue and Charity Hospital for several yeirs and rccognires to superior m diagnosing and treating Chronic Diicnts He 'devotes all his time to the treatment of chronic and nervous of both sexes nnd his skill as an expert in diseases this class of cases is well established. Tieats and Permanently Cures Acute and Chronic Catarrh, Ringing in Ears, Dcatntss, Diseases of h)e, Kar, Nose, Throat, Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and Hladdcr troubles. Unght's Disease, Di betes. Dyspepsia, Consti- Rheumatism aud Paralysis, Epilepsy or 'its positively cured. Young or middle aged mtn sulTering from luipotcncy, Eruptions, the results of errors or excessis, should call bclore It is too late, gurantee a cure if case has not gone too far. u'e Superfluous hair and all eruptions of the face permanently removed 4 nt - t Blood and Skin Diseases. As Syphili, Sl rofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc., cured by never failing remedies. Diseases ol women, such as Leucorrhea, painful Menstruation. Displacement ot Womb, bearing dovv n pains in back, relieved in short time. The Doctor carries all his portable instruments and comes prepared to examine the most obscure medical ami sjrgical cases. He undertakes no incurable d.scaies but cures hundreds given up to die. of pre-scrl- and does herein liefure exercise thispouer the estate of Capt. Gaines Craig, and adjoining and by these articles, irrevnkably .xempt the propertvof the stockholders and members Dr. J 11 Owsley.cn Hustonville street, "utiforo, Ky It has eight looms, good well and necessary from liablliav for the debts ofthe corporation. mav mike contracts, acquire and transfer properouthouses. ty, "real or personal, possessing the same power in P. M. McROHERTS. Agent. . i3it Stanford, Ky. such respects a. private individuals enjov ; .111 J martKge any of its property, real crpersrtul;! nnd make rules or rcitula- - , may e.tabluh tiotis deemed expedient for the management of its affairs not lucon isteiit with tbe constitutUn or laws of the Mate or of the United Stall In testimony whereof, ultnens the signatures ot lucorporalors FRANK A. MiMsIDE, To have sour photograph taken. He lceep up tho W T CHANT. ithallthe GEO t. WEHSTFR. KLTl'S K. sVFKKs THOMAS WALKhK. W J. WILSON' je And will give you good MtifctIon. oi-t- y A J EARI'.Mauford. 1 pil-va- te by-la- routers .irom liability icr me aeon 01 tne cormr-atiol- i, CONSULTATION FREE Anl Confidential .1 S Addes APPLEMAN, 111 M D , t I 'i,Ji. 51 Go to Earp's Art Galkry Latest Improvements. i jmTJTT 1 Scientific American Agency for y To Farmers, I am Agent far the I elebrated C. D. General -:- POWEkl., DEAISR IN lun-guag- e. Teacher If ten carpenters worked cents n day, for ten days nt seventy-fiv- e what would they get? Hugh They'd get cheated, 'cause papa says two dollars a day Is their price Harper's Young People. Deering : Harvesting : Company, - Merchandise, or information and frco Handbook wrltn to MINN CO.. Od HuoAliWAY, NEW YottK. Oldest bureau for securing patents in AmcrKa. Kvery jvstent taken out by ins Is tirpncbttefum the public by a notice given freo of ca&rgo in the CAVEATS. nNue rfiAKa. DESIGN PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, etc. And otfer their Machines to the people of Lincoln And Country Produce, j county. Their HrVderi are unexcelled and their Reapers and Mowers stand the highest ol any in Has opened his stock uf goods and is ready torervei-th- e Largest circulation of onr scientific psnor In tlio He is offerpeople of Stanford and vicinity the market. Also keep all kinds of fixtures on Office at First ing unheard of Itargaln nnd all who want good world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intellleeut ee me before purchasing hand. goods at the low est possible prices should call on man should bo without It. Weekly. VI.UII a National Hank J II UAl'GHMAX, Jti six months. Address MUXN X CO, Stanford, Ky. htm tin Login Avenue, near Lancaster pike. 20 l8im cuumtcJis. 361 Hroaiirar. Nuw York. d'efctttftfe JUucvitau ' 'Ti 'J ?. Training and Breaking Stable. that millions of capital are pouring into II. T. NOEI. TRAPPING CROWS. Idaho in enterprises looking to the re hateopned up A M renee's Stable and Trot- - Is a Candidate fer Circuit Judge In the nth Du (To the Editor of the Interior Journal.) Oalcn Wilton Describe III Trap mill ting Waclaimation of the "Arid Lands." Course and am now prepaied to handle hors- - trict. aubject to the action of ihV Tells Snnin (Sooit Morlrs. I pail - i ik. I...i mnii.r - hne- Mr ........ M.t nui.uv n.ri . . .... Bliss, Idaho, May 23. In the belief ters are diverted from mountain streams I'.m.'i w.t. u.- ..... of It is an easy task to prevent crows v.-Ill Knllv Morgan, oneat the licit in thu but- - i itilntr. w..ww.v w that a letter from this part of the "Now and rivers and in many instances largo depredating upon or v. HUGHES the corn field. An, Itiess Will handle horses Jis aduring the break PubllBhod Every Tuesday and Friday West" might not prove entirely unintime. AT storage reservoirs are built to increase outfit for the purpose is four short them lor $n, furnihltlg lecdlnir ns narness, cam, Is I have all the equipments, sucn a Candidate (or Commonwealth's i teresting, I venture to give you a few the area that may be irrigated, &c. In pieces of board, three eggs and n steel Ac C'.lvc me a trial this the nth Judicial District, subject to th..: $2 IUBR, YJC A.U IX TILrOIlD MESSrR, Stanford. Ky i$ regard to our State. tioti of the Drmovric) fasts in this connection might be mentioned the trap. Tho boards nro nailed together not to paid S3.6Q will be charged TTw The word Idaho, contrary to the beau- system of the Mullins Canal & Reservoir ns shown In the sketch. Place tlio box I IS. McCrcary Gov. tiful legend invented by Joaquin Miller, Co., which will irrigate nud reclaim in tho corn field after planting, put one kToTlOCAL TIME CARD. egg on top, ono on tho ground in front, is of Indian origin and from the first thousands of Is a Candidate fur Congress In the 8th Congres. acres of valuable lauds in returning a slonal District of kentuiAy, ouhji-- to the action time it wni heard by white people the this valley aud that may be had from rankohennest in tho back end of thu box Train i.aves Kowland at ;.oo a. ra., moraing Stanford I will ns a would, nnd put tlio third ogg Rowland deliver Ice ivrrpnuMd or in at eent and uf the Detmwratic part) per l at one cent per definition, "Gem of the Mountains," hue w 5"l&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. the government under the homestead in it in "fiuch n manner as a crow may hundred All accuuuts due last of each 1IUMI, f always accompanied it. JAMKS1' S. OWSLI2V, JR., and desert land laws. There are nlfo 6co it when ho takes tho one on tho Mnnftird, Ky ,ia 19 pm Mail train going; North . ...34Pa The western territories now swinging some placer gold mining claims lying ground; then set the trap in tho openSouth....... " V sub . u as am into place as States of the American ing, which should bo so narrow that a South Espress train .. ...aS01 Union, aro of dimonsion little compre- under aud along this system and have crow cannot pass without stepping Into . North ...... i B'lionoimc ii THE SUELTOJZ HOUSE. jpci to iner..... . - t...i.uemocratii party luatir am ,6 59 m Lieal Freight North no other source of water supply. assigned. the trap. Tho jaws of the trap should ..,5 tip South. ItOWLAND, K hended by our friends of the East. If RegardingtheeducationalfjBtures, will bo wound with rngs so it u ill not break The latter train al0 carry passengers. Idaho could be taken from her mountain The above i calculated on standard time, Solar say that though only a year old our the bird's leg The trap and chain aro fastness and set down upon the Atlantic time it about ao minutei fatter This House has been refitted throushemt; has State has a round million dollars to the to bo nicely covered with dry grass. It coast, while touching Toronto, Canada, would bo just ns well to place tho box ROUTE. QUEEN & CRESCENT credit of her public school fund derived A LIVERY ATTACHED. on the north, its southern boundary r.gnlnst a fence put an from the sale of school lands. ... l.tne.tan Pit an follows But I egg on top of thisor stump,ofnnd tlio box. Transient 1 us torn solicited on instead c.h.lA,iS(1 AC Special ujoam ; Fast would be in the neighborhood of Ra find that I have written more than I Crows nro proverbially cunning, J. W CARKILK, Prop but Voi) Mail 13:43 P m New Orleans Limited 3 ; p m.; leigh, N. C, and with its eastern line at had intended. Special S aip m their appetite for eggs is so Keen that in ? a m : niue the city of Washington, its western borC. Sneeial Mnnh hnnnil II Such is a brief sketch of fair and prom this enso they boom to lose nil disJ 10TEL AND SALOON Grass Special 5 so a. m ; Cincinnati Limited a 07 der would bo the parallel of Columbus, p. m.: Fait Mail a 41 p. m. ising Idaho, w hich offers opportunities cretion nnd willfully "put their foot AT UOWLAND Ohio. for investment and settlement such as into It." Wheu caught, a crow will Idaho was created n territory in 1SG3, few, if any tnako a great outcry, nnd this n ill bring but 'twas not till ISGS that it was reduc- Idaho is in other locations possess. Yet others from miles around to seo what her iufaucy. I effer for sale prhately tnr frame Hotel and ed to its pr sent dimensions. It now "The rudiments of empire here Rowland, which arc now at J s Semi-Weekly Interior Journa: IDAHO'S GREATNESS. 1 - - . . '- juir A.DV-A.NCli.. ii.. eu ICE ICE!! James n-t- J. . I i ... 'Hue-Gra- ss A-- i For Boils, Pimples carbuncles, scrofulous sores, eczema, and all other blood diseases, FOIR, SALE. f4 t t U m kt" - C Vt S Vj'rtsfSOME FARM BUILDINGS. Ayei-'- s Dealer in General Merchandise, --(l'oultry nil lire House Combined, Im. lL2 rr- V Lumber and Shingles. "fc liloiiii-n- t hlu'd nml Grronliuiuc. It will Goods sold fur cash only It gtves me pleasure Farm buildings receive httlo attento state to the publU in li.nera! thai I am diri A CIIOW 1MAP nicely under the Cash histr-- and that the pe pie tion in the west. Yet everyone knows relieve and iiliniJIi rltrMnffen ii buyer and how much they add to the benuty nnd the trouble is. Then rclonso tho bird, belter system, both lur the the fact that Itistbtt toller. They nervous comfort of ti farm. Until recently tho nnd nil t 111 gvo that field n wide berth also know that I sell aoodt for about a third less I know this to be than my competitors ho do credit business He high price of lumber hero had much to for that season. debility, and lands. member that I keep constantly on hand a splenI many storms and blizzards to do with this apparent neglect; but feasible and effectual, for have caught did assortment , f Dry Goods, Groceries, Lloth WILLIAM The MOKELAN1), tired buildings can bo built cheaper now, three in this manner in ns many differ- - Ine, Hoots, Shoi-s- Hats and the like Call in and reilcriU the a' c which portions of the East are subjectsee my stock, which is replenished almost dail) cnt seasons. J II HIM ON. Rowland. Ky Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs ed, while here all is eereno as a May nnd a fanner cannot afford to do withIt may please boy rentiers to bo told S?ir out barns nnd cribs, besides sheds nud Solicited Stk Cattle and Sheep a apecialty. morning, tend to remind one of our rare other necessary buildings. A pretty, the story of these three captured crows will you. I ersons harmir NOTICKTOTHE. 4y of the above ilenriknl stuck , lor sale or svlsfiliiitu purchase same, Till Idaho climate, which is proved by the ornamental building is the chicken nud "ns black ns nny crows can be." I tied do to C4ll on nr address me An esnerience nt fifteen ono n tree official report of leading nations to be bee house combined illustrated cars In this business has h.tnof profit tu me and It is n tho first cord toknotted on tho corn field with I think I tan make it prslllable both nround his leg lo the baser the most healthful in the world. Its square house with n queer, punked roof, many a times, nnd DR. W. B. and teller P O address .Stsnford, Ky. then watched him. caves jutting over the edge of the iu geographical position would naturally the race as sne .Myers nous Ho picked tit the knot nlmost eontin- I hae opened in connection with mv Hotel, the sugsest the frigidity of the polar cir- upper part. It Is nicely finished nud uously, und finally untied it and re- painted nnd is an addition to .1 handTho O'fiee South tide Main meet, in office recently cles, but no climate with such equable some place. It Is two stories high. Tho lensed himself on tho second day HOUSE. vacated by Or. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. temperature and so large an average of upper story is filled with bee hives, nnd next one caught, nnd nfter his numer- A P. U RILEY, Proprloior, sunlit days can elsewhere be found on has numerous windows which nro ous friends hnd nindo sufficient "circus" I about London, A. S. Kontucky. the American continent. In the same closed in winter, but open to the floor long htm.histied n red rng two feet Firnt-Clas- s nbout neck nnd then let him go. in summer. The lower story or chicken latitude as sunny France, Italy, Spain, And offer the services ef it to the public llrind I hate 'SURGEON DENTIST. to am belter house ib divided Into two parts by n par- Ho flew to tho nearest woods. Others new vehicles anj fresh blooded bor.es male ray lrcrird niAscd evermy new Hotel andthe public, to accommodate than Office on Main street, over W. D. McRobertt Portugal and Switzerland aud subject to tition. is just high enough to nllow saw him in this predicament nnd that stable compare with God Livery attached and evety convenience d Drue Store, Stanford. " similar oceanic influences, it possesses a n personIt to stand erect. Tho In tho Country. sired Gise me a call. roosts produced another "circus There uero Tho 17 FRANK RILEY. similar climate. It is the warm Japan nnd nests are in one part. Tho former scores of them, nnd finally nil moved One me a tall, P CKLrN', Proprietor Kuro Sivo that washes our nro ver3 low nnd can easily be removed off out of sight nnd hearing Nuno AL II URNS, Mauser R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. current elope. for cleaning The nests nro in rows days later, a paper printed thirty western ngnlnst the wnll nnd nre protected by miles away reported that n crow w ith i uis Mtlce isrcwarns hunters, fishermen an.l Idaho is in reality a mountain land DENTIST. n red rag tied to him hnd boon seen in lands without fer and it is from the bosom of her moun- wide boards over them as shown In tho that vicinity, nnd thnt he creuted grout to ike ti moving to the Higgins office, Lancaster street. engraving. Tho second room is tho Nitroji Oxide Gas given for painless extracting. tains that her mineral products, up to C. M SPOONAMOORE home of small chicks nnd their moth- commotion among nil looal eroudom. I STANFORD, KENTUCKY. the present time the chief source of her ers. It contains n coop made of slats did not consider my transaction wicked, J K IIKUCK STANFORD, KY , THOMAS C HALL wealth, are delved. It is her mouutain in hich are troughs of food that tho for, unlike some human beings, crows SIKELI. IIAI1.KY never forsake n fellow crow when in A..M FELANU M. ORAIG, siues mat aitoru tuo immeasurable vari- young chicks alone can got. A flight trouble, but nil "lend n hnnd" to reH. V OAINLS. DR. of steps leads from this room to tho bee eties of nutritious grasses that sustain lAMKSGIVr.VS lievo him, and which they, without I S I'llll.I.II's, Homeopathic Physician, the thousands of her herds and alter room above. T..is Hotel, renovated and relurnised, It now ANTON RI.NACKER Few farmers have "a. place for every doubt, finally accomplished in this In In my charge and I intend to conduct it Mast ' CLARK RKYNOLOS - - KENTUCKY. nating aud nestling here and there are STANFORD, M I AtKOWIl not on I) maintain its hich reputation, but to add thing and eery in IU plnce," but stance. many valleys, large and small, affording nn ncquaintancething Special acctmm4A- I had gone a long to its lane list el IricmJs T I) NI WLAND In tho third case, Office Hours: la to 11 a m.; to 3 p. m.; 8 to has an implement and line roerus fur W W HA- in the aggregate a vast area of agricultu- - house which has moro than paid for distance to collect n note of nn Irish lions fer commercial travelers thedisptuy ef samples. C US Office on Lancaster street, opposite ' farmer. Calling upon him, he had to FRED IIAt MANN ral lands, not exceeded in fertility by itself in the saving to machinery since A its erection. It is a long, low shed on drive n three or four hours' Journey to any under the sun. I reborrow And MILLIARD and TOOL ROOMS attached. All the grains and fruits known to the one side of the barn. In it aro stored mained the necessary sum, and jT.il JOSEPH COFFEY nt his house. Ills son Informed MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, the buggy, carriage, wngon and farm NATIONAL BANK temperate zone flourish in Idaho. In me thnt tho crows were pulling their Implements. In autumn, before tho "LOCUS r GROL" OF STANFORD, KY the northern counties the climate is very rains and winter snows set in, tho tools corn badly. I called for a trnp nnd Comer Main and Depot Streets, much like the State of Washington,1 nre gathered up nnd put here. three eggs. Taking these to tho field, of fiat stones, set the Kentucky. timber is abundant and rains are so fre- - Corn shellers, fanning mills and other I made a nest-boStanford, Capital Stock HOR SALE machiuory already in nre pushed aside trap nud returned to tho house In nn quent as to render ii rigation unnecessa-- ' Has fust receive! t handsome line of nrmtr and hour or two there wns a grent to make room for reapers, mowers, hay The attest Farm and richest anil In Lincoln co, Surplus 3 V. nmer Millinery and ins ites her friends and the rv. The scenery is delightfully divorsi Land, situain the corn flelcj. The sou comprising 4otu.res ol tint choice public generally to ...ill in and c gatherers, cultivators, plows, rakes, trimmed in the latest stsle by ded with lake and forest and prairie ord. the couMly seal miles l ted lthin Hats and JiJimets etc., together with" the chest of tools. brought the crow to the house and ex- of Uncoln Fronted by Sun.Shelby City turbpike Altcaifon of th public It invited 10 the fie the hands mst artistic and with abundant agricultural resourcthe only All the various tools, even to hand hibited to tho father on his return. and accessible to the Stanford and Danville turn- that this It previsions N'sihmmI llanlt in Stanford in the Undtr the of the National Hank Act Fatma es. There are also in the north mining rakes and hoes, pick and fchovcls is one are Presently tho old gentleman culled u pike. 1 his reesots of the best block slate of ctsltt depositors are te. ured not only by the capital am) it in a hir daughter into nn ndjolnlng room to ation Abundance of staler lor all p rp.net stock, hut by the stockholders liability ter an districts of great richness. Mines of stored nway in the tool" house. Tho iSLWTD so tmcunt equal the jihwisj fertile and is soluble lead, silver, gild and occasionally copper owner knows just where to find his nx count the money, for she could rend and Soil is tobni co. corn and wheatfor The Und it of this institution Iu the Hoik, b athat depositors if are secured fund of oo,oJ to heirp he could not. Tho door was oareletsiy located to that it can be divided and two nne Five tssorn statements ofthecondittou of the bank abound in all sections of the State, some nnd, saw. There are no dollnrs lying year 10 the Lulled Stales governI hoard him .say. (arms made The improvements are a large and are made each I can supply the fimilies of Stanford arid vicin- of them promising to be of a value not loose over his flolds, rotting in rain nud left a little ajar, nnd dwelling a convenient stock barn. ment and its assets are examined at ity wllh home made Ice at 69 cts per 100 pounds, sun. Rut w bile the farmer plans build- "Ilridget, when you lave him the mon- cotamostloust uf fruit of all kinds, cK I or mlor by government agents, thut securingstaled limes addititona Ac, the at one cent psr pound, and excelled on the continent. less than thit amiunt ey take the note and a receipt, too, for matlvxi, apply tc tnd perfect safety lo depositors. K II lONr S, Sunford or iK nt- ings to savo himself toil and money ho manufactured Ice at 75 Pcr wo pounds every This institution, originally established as the KINKS, In southern Idaho rains in summer should remembor the needs of his nny Vnnkee that enn catch n crow in u Ice delivered JIi RILE, Pines ille cents for trailer manti'les Deposit Hank nf Stanford in lis, then reitrgan U mernlnjf I call special attention to the John ted at the National Dank of Stanford in and TtrSwini; C ' Celebrated I X L. Beer, for are rare and tho farmer resorts to irriga- - wife. recall one convenient house, nt stale thrap is the divll." Galon Wilson, - keg or (gain re orgaaiivd at ihe First National 105 ol Hank Hon and not regretfully, for the hus- the back, of which wns a long, low iu Country Uontloman. which I am agent. Will furnish in eitheStanford In iMa. has had pructicaU) an uninter11. bottle. Write for Ptr,crt.FMKRSti(nfordt,y rupted existence efts soars Ills Utter supplied bandman familiar with irrigation will SHEEP SHEARINGS. aave with tacihliet for transacting business prompt tell you that he considers it altogether ly and liberall) than ever valorem its long and AGENT honorable career Accminta of corporations, fiduSheep that nre kept iu n good, vigor- REAL the most pleasant and profitable mode ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully toileous, thrifty condition uro not so linblo ted Ky. of raising crops. With irrigation the to become infested with ticks. The Directory nl this Hank composed 01 farmer h.13 his water at hU cqrumaad at I have quite a number of FARMS for A sheep Of.alt kind, tlef the r. J. Foster, of StaHfertl; scry beat the season and in the quantity doinr.udv i.anitiu im.oia cots!)' is often heavier aud will produce moro Forcstns KoW. Llrwetn cesjnt) , These ranut arc all well improved and irnttd Made and Set Up in All Parts of ed by his crops. He loses no crops and than one that looks considerably larger. rich lands, runninc sue from jo to coo Acre J W. Hayden, Stanford; Country. the rtcHtieM'aad ferjontiilerinc S II Ilaughman, Lincoln A Tiiniioi-oi- i has noue injured by drought or flood understanding with oach tilltr of soil, tneit iixaiuy theirturnpikes and rail- the conveniti.ee of Ni Agents emplojed M.J. Miller, Mi Vernon; other would be worth thousands of roaut that brine markets right to our door, they and while saving his crop in the best S. T. Harris Lincoln, Lands county dollars to tho wool growers of tho coun- arcchiaper 'Ithan the srarcsrly ofa any other the counin SON, W. ADAMS & Lexinffton, Ky condition, will double the amount and Farm us here it the State J..S. Hnckcr Stanftrd; try. No. 4' ltroadwa, from a iletot ty over J milts in most cases more over farms anywhere G A. Lackey, Lincoln, runninj lnt cuuiiiv is checked withnotturnpikes road en I!e caroful and tag all the shoep nnd not irrigated. a pnblk There is T P. Ilill.Stanford. direction especially the ewes that nre suckling inescry county seat that is not Macadamised W G Welch, Slanfordj lentil the Apples pears, plums and prunes We have tbe KnoxsiUe Ilratich of the L A N It lambs before turning out in tho pasW.P. Tate, Stanford R. dividing the county Irons Ka.t to Wet and the flourish in Idaho in both quantity nnd tures C S R K from Northto Nmth, the K C. R R OFFICERS quality, as in no other section of tho to Cincinnati, crossing the C 0 Irom this place SitELLEn corn, wheat bran nnd J Hotker, l'retidcfit; at Winchester, civlng full across ta the markets ol ' COJIIJINKD DEE AND POLI.TUY HOUSE. Uuion. Tho amount of fruit raised per John J. Mc Roberts, Cashier; makes ono of tho very host the wnole world, lletsdci, vse have three large A. A McKinncy, Assistant Cashier. I. that give us acre would seem fabulous in its state room containing the cistern and a that can be mude up for fattenjjig Hlcur Mills in the countyhome, and the a market ' deselop for all our grain right at sheep., ment to any not familiar with tho orch- furnace, on which was a largo iron mentot the mountain regions ol Eastern and Kentucky bv tailroads and the outWhen sheep nre to be fnttened for ards of the State. Ona thousand bush- kettle for heating water and a largo let Snnth by railroads has created such a demand Co. provender that els of apples is the estimated ' average copper one in which to boil clothes. On market they should be separated from for all kitida of cereals and homeconsumption.stccan one side was a platform on which were tho stock sheep so that they can bo fed scarcely retain enough tor yield. One gentleman from his orch OF STANFORD, KY , I he people arc prgijioiou., sranoui iu. iu, tubswringer, washing machine and a to themselves. Live Stock Indicator. believing in Christianity and education. There ard in a single season realized S 10,000. sink with pipes to carry uway tt not a neighborhood in the county but li.s a It now fully organued atd ready (or butinets with the JCeieviUuiT Old .Mriiilou. e And the same might be said of all kinds water. Around tho other sides were gcod church and In our climato permanent meadows Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln, is a Paid up Capital of - $200,000. of vegetables and grains except Indian piles of wood, kindling and n bin of little city of about a.too tnhab.tants and is cannot bo maintained. Wo have not coal. This wash house was connected the moisture of tho Ilritish Islands, the great doorway from the North and North- Surplus, . - - - . corn, of which a fair crop may be had, 19,000. east South and from the Northwest to .Southeast, but not such crops as are obtained in with the kitchen, in which was the which keeps the grass green and and standing as it does gaiing right Into the bosSUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL mountains tho droughts which destroy tho om of the undeveloped uy uic "ii of Southeastern the prairie btates. Wheat, barley and pump over the well. """ var oiA.tUKU, i.iuc wia.. KentuCkV DaCkCU UP A building which lew fancy they can roots of the hardiest grasses nfter two region ol the States, ith railroads running through Nve closing up) with Ihe same assets and under oats yield abundantly here and of a su- afford, any address from now Will be sent to ihe same managimcnt. but which adds much to the compass, makes it natural!) until January ist, 1893, for twenty-fh- e perior quality. The average grain crops beauty nnd value of tho place and costs orthreo years. Heavy manuring will it to all points of the tons In ihe South for . fy provisions of its chatter, depositors are at oneofthebestlocled cents. Campaign ) er Is at hand ; you keep the meadows n little longer, but mnnfirtiires and other enterprises of magnitude luiiy protected as ait) depositors in National can be slated at these figures: Wheat 10 but little, is n small greenhouse. If even must keep ported" and the way lo do uanks, with tho manure it will not bo ns Water Works are now being aeltated anda right liable to its shareholders being held individually do so is to read THr, COMMERCIAL the extent ol the amount of their stock of n.ile bushels per acre and in some seasons the ono Is anything of n workman he can good ns a meadow newly seeded. Tho about the town about i the only true expoaent of protection therein at the par value thersol, in addition to tht there could be erected Water Works with very smount invested In and sound cutreacyin the S6uth. average is (30 bushels; oats will averago build it himself. A friend has a green- -' profit of a cultivated crop nfter a auch shares It a clt) of 150,000 in- actat little cost that would supply ..... .1. ..,.... sml ttat urllanr ...... executor, . administrator, trustee, Ac, mayfully as in Ihts . as from (Jo to 70 bushels to the acre; barley house which cost her only the price of mention is plowed under la nao unisw s. .L. Jn teH.v. ,ho who entrusted their buisiness 10 us' will average on fairly good land from 15 glass and frames. She not only fills greater than Us value for grass. Hence, Ihe last few yearsami its business houses ard res- Send for a Sample Copy. "' mnaginjr the Lincoln National Hank ol every nook of Iter borne with flowers, tho expense of rcseedlng Is only tho idenccs wiHeomparc with larger cities of greater to 50 bushels, potatoes from L'OO to 500 but sells muny plants and flowers, nnd Our merchants and tradesmen are fianiord, we we here tender our many thanks and - pretensions We r.u1 they will their business, and bushels per acre and in some cases 1,000 nlso hns n hot bed for fresh sweet po- cost of tho clover nnd grass seed ncccs- all prosperous capital doing well $400,000 hate two w"n u, olleringcontinue to transact prompt atten- as a guarantee for stock ol that arc 6ary for It, which rarely nraounts to banks with a And examine it carefully. You ,.wen,y tato, tomato nnd cabbage plants for moro than S1.5U per ncrc Colman's pro.pernus and in a good condition ....... experience in onions tho same as potatoes. will be sure to subscribe. Address n,nkm - .,Jne,iiir vse nave spicnuiu i.iw v. "wi""'".mwiii i nre con- all letters and make all checks and Tho raising of hay has been a great early market. Orange Judd Farmer. Ureehnekbuililtnc:. with over .IUU du Slttetll- UMlh VWM..U l.i..l?... Rural World; ". .int.,1 UM..&IIIU orders paable to M and under the prlncipaltliip ol pils in attendance source of profit. On irrigated ranches DIHKCTOHS: I'nt lli-- unit Lujers. Prof. J M Hubbard, is in a nouuining condiJ J V,,llam,t, Mt Vernon; When a hen becomes excessively fat tion. We also have aF Seminary that is a good uuaiid, ciovor anu iimouiy 01 tuo very Bucklln'a Arnica Salve. I'lakemanatits head school, ssiih Prof J. M Hall, Stanford; best quality grown anywhere, 'yield an The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruitis she Is useless as n layer, and If sho is have one of the best Public School butldinifs ic Co. J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, cha -- nu old heu sho will remain on but this section of the State, with over 100 pupils in fat annual crop of from four to seven tons; ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup S.J. Embry, Stanford ; attendance, and with other good private schools, Httlo food. Such hens should bo sent you sec our school facilities are excellent five to six tons is considered an average tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requirJ. E. Lynn, Stanford; ed. It is guaranteed to eiv. perfect satisfaction, to market, unless they become broody, Wa have elegant church bullnings, representing A. V, Carpenter, Mllledgeville; LOUISVILLE, KY. crop. Three cuttings of alfalfa per year or money tetunded. Price 15 cents pcr box, every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers when they may bo used as sitters. of fiat .class talent and are doing a better business J. K.Bautrhmtn, Hustoaville, may be had. Verily wateristhe mighty Korsale by A R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. When incubating, nnd fed but Httlo lhan any class of men in the city. J. F. Cash, Stanford; magician, which in tho desert can work I have tried to make this statement as facts, meal dally, they will come off In a conWilliam Gooch.l.Stanlord. Ky W. G. Bobbitt was placed in jail nt without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those more wonders than tho most fantastic dition who wish .11. Shanks, President. out, Somerset for illicit distilling. Me was soon usthat will fit them for laying as who know will beam e al lairand thoseand locate prices homes Desirable farm 01 no dreams of the "Arabian .Nights." So they leave chicks; but un- to buy pleasantpeople with all the best surroundJ. H. Owsley, Cash already under bond is an accomplice of less fat hens nrotheir Hi IK ltlJilM.lAcre.on Crab Orcharl W.M. Ur.ght, Teller. broody get rid of among a Rood well to call aud see me before ;o; it need caue no wonder when I state H. Miller. Stanford. would do ings nike. 4 mill from the Gilliland gaug elsewhere them. Farm and Fireside. take Sarsaparilla cure dyspepsia, feeling. that contains 80,000 square miles, or about 55,000,000 acres. The lands are somewhat diversified in their character and are defined as agricultural, desert, timber lands. The usual classi fication of the land of the State is as follows: Suitable for agricultural purposes 12,000,000 to 13,000,000 acres; that which may be reclaimed by irrigation, 10,000,-00natural pasturage or grazing lands, 5,000,000; timber lands, 10,000,000; mineral S.000,000 and 5,000,000 acres waste Aro plastic yet, and warm The chaos of a mighty world min-inga- nd Are roundiug into form." W. A. Ml'LMNS. renting Saloon at per month tt it centrally located and a tine ft int tor business, bclHjj at a termini point en a illusIthasgood well, stable C al ion of the L K house and other necessary outbtttklincs. Address MR" MAR C frRRILL, Stanford 1 18 v a -- iWM&s- - Vs- J. H. HILTOU, n 11 - -- T - 0; qi"l " - Has Cured Others cure PENNY, ' ! TRAVELING PUBLIC. Dentist. MYERS HOUSE, Best THE RILEY PRICE, Livery Stable, -- rOSTKD. THE GOFFEY HOUSE S&a5ES?3w JOHN JOSEPH COFFEVsJPro'r. ? 1 J court-hous- e. 1 39-- y First-Class!Salo- on FIRST Milliner and Dress Maker ' x s o ch: lo ss t f a. b, m S200.000 crow-uproa- r Mluc-Gra- sa 18,500 XCS BEER. blue-Gra- tx-- j Dre-ra- er 1 t. nrsii, 111 1 MONUMENTS ESTATE Stanford, 11 Mioirr-i.EOOK- short-bodie- d 11 H - jut The Weekly Louisville Commercial "L oil-me- al rn-tio- us South-easter- n Farmers Bank&Trnst I school-hous- prot-pero- ut pre-en- ts threo-fourt- hs well-fertiliz- ed a ! -- post-offi- n.. - .. V ''', fltouisvillc Press 11 I if oj-i- yr 'Aw" ,.i l.--i ".S ?-- ,