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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893032401 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 1893 $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. Semi-WeeklVOL. XXI. DEACON CONE. He was Bigoted and was Fired Tor Insub- - y Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAV. MARCH 24. 1893. DANVILLE. CRAB ORCHARD. MrH. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. NO. 7 Dan Kennedy, a coon, was before Juditu Hemphill charged with whipping his best girl and fined So and costs. Tho grand jury adjourned Tuesday afternoon. The returned in all 37 indictments. They were mostly for misdemeanors. A vast amount of business has beon transacted in our court and most of thu New stock, styles and shades. old cases on the docket have been disSunday in February, 1893, tho HustonEdward U, Uuddie, a graduato of Louis- - to hear this, as ho was greatly liked by posed of. ..111.. I..lt..t nl, .....) .11.1 lui.llll' eXClUUU tho public, and Mr. Carson speaks in the Seven L. & N. trainmen were here 'V"ti,,lU M College, and Hen (mm f.llow.hlD Deacon X. J. Cono vill. jamln F. Jones, a graduato of Howard highest terms of his services. Mr. Levi this week as witnesses in the case of (or willfully practicing mired communElder has taken his place as clerk. Uncle Ben Kobinson against the road for University, Washington, D. C. Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, ion and obstinately avowing his adherIt is thought that the man who kill- killing stock. The caso was continued Monday of this week tho receipts of ence to tho same. ed Chas. Butcher's mule will soon be till next court. Landreth's Garden Seed at tho Danville reached tho Be it further known that tho account identified, and wo hope the right On Monday next, county court day, sum and $1.00 over, to bu declared of this as given some time since by tho n post'Olllce. Mr. McCreary will one will bo severely dealt with, as an application of Mr. James Iloyston to of tho Advo HtiNtnnvillii 9 a fiend who would murder a poor sell liquor as a druggist will bo heard. now please ship us n public building. cate was In tho main an utter misrepredumb brute simply because he hap- Tho W. C. T. V. and the Temperance New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Tho Doyle County Teachers' Assosentation of It. Mr. Cone did uot com. ciation will not meet next Saturday, as pened to dislike Its owner, wouldn't League will uo doubt be on hand to witwit the olTonso "thoughtlessly," neither heretofore announced, but will meet the hesitate to do any kind of a crime if an ness the proceedings in person or by ll'BH Idi "rilllllllUII V IIXIllllllITll. As to .. their representatives. last Saturday in April at 10 a. m.. nt tho opportunity was offered. ...,.. - . .... ...- ,.,i The pupils in Mrs. Buchanan's seThe grain o'ovator near the depot Public school building. Sunt. Itawlinga on nf tlin best informed otlicers of the lect school deserving especial mention Iibb been completed and work on tho trusts for a full attendance. church, wo had not known so much of Are you open to conviction ? Well, then come and Albert Hoinmet and wife have gone for proficiency in studies and splendid large hemp house adjoining it has been this till ho himself constantly ntllrmed to Kowland to reside, instead of Mid- deportment aro as follows: Misses Ka- commenced. A large force of hands are it during the above action. dles bo ro as heretofore reported. W. J. tie and Capitola Slaughter, Bessie Car- at work clearing up the old Opera House Now the facts In brief relative to tho Davis, recently In tho clothing and fur- son, Alberta James, Ha Holdam, Annie block and West & Batson's new storeexclusion of Deacon Cone are these nishing business, will soon go on the May Stephens, Jeanio Dick and Eva Bai- room is going up rapidly. When he was ordained to the otllco of road for n New York ley. Miss Katie Slaughter has received The case of Allen and Daugherty, of clothing house. We are selling $2.50 Hats for 50c; $1 Hats for 25c, &c. Slippers, deacon littlo over two years ago, hu the highest number in deportment; Miss Lexington, against Bruce, Thompson it Margaret and Nettie Parks, colored, passed a satisfactory examination in mother and daughter, were tried before Bessie Carson ranks second, only having Co. occupied the entire day Wednesday. Si. 25 goods marked down to 50c, good values. Baptist doctrine and solemnly avowed Judge Drawer nt Parksviilo Tuesday on been attending a short time, but she is It was argued by Geri. Landram and his adherence to "restricted commun- a charge of receiving Robert Harding for plaintiff and by L. goods stolon from very studious. ion." On tho 2d Sunday in last Octo Ira Logan's residence two weeks ago. F. Hubble and H. C. Noel for defendLIBERTY. her our pastor, as Is invariably his cua Both were brought here ants, resulting in a verdict for plaintiff and committed torn, stated concisaly our doctrlnu on to License was issued from the clerk's for $1,000. Jail in default of 50 bond each. The $16 Suits cut to $7. 50 and $g. Boys' knee pants, bright new the lord's Supjer and by a restricted In- grand July in April will It was tho I. J. man's pleasure this further investi- office on thu 17th to Mr. William Ilagle communicants to oc50c, 60c, 75c, $1 and $1.25 per pair. Boys' suits $1, $1.25, vitation invited tho week to see the beautiful flowers at Miss to marry Miss Martha B. Pitman. designated front seats. Bro. gate their caws. cupy certain It. B. Craft, a lawyer by profession, Faunie Bishop's. Miss Bishop has dealt S3.25 and S4.50. Youths' suits $5 to $8. Men's suits, finest of merMrs. J. K. McGoodwin is visiting trcen, a Presbyterian, chanced to be friends in Henderson. Mrs. W. O. Brad-le- all the way from London, the capital of largely in (lowers for several years and chant tailor work, in the very latest fashions and styles, $12 to 26 present, but consistently did not come and daughter, Miss Christine, of laurel, is here on busldess. Mr. Smith last summer erected an immense hot- per suit. forward. Deacon Cono pompously went Lancaster, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. and wife, of Somerset, who have been at house, where she kept them very suc to Bro. Green ami handed him the era C. D. Portwood Friday. Be v. A. J. Bra- the Wilkinson Hotel for some time, have cessfully during the winter. She keeps blems. all kinds of flowers on hand far sale and dy, of the Catholic church, was in Lou gone to McKinney. Both pastor and deacons labored tenIn the very latest styles and shades. Our large stock of Buell, Charles Prescott and family have wo bespeak for her a liberal Bhare of patisville several days this week. Messrs. derly and earnestly with tho offender moved here aud taken possession of the ronage. Buck Kastham and Mac Cox have gone Douglass Shoes are now in. Come and see them and get a pair. for two months, hoping to convince him to The case of tho Commonwealth Louisville, it is said, for the purpose of old Napier Hotel. The hotel is now open Gloves of all kinds and prices. Next Monday, March 13, 1893, we promise uot of his error and have him to the public, but tho repairing is still against Canor L. Roberts for the killing entreaties proved In perfecting themselves In the art of pure going on. There are other prospects of of the sheriff of Madison cans for 9c per can. Lard beto repeat it. Their county is set will sell finest quality Tomatoes city politics. Mrs. Ells Hunton, of New more they entreated'the more vain. The Garden seed, &c. Come one and all. Yours, &c. Fifty jurors have been or- low competition. Orleane, widow of Col. Thomas improvement about Liberty which will for stubborn ho became. All private efforts Hunton, ie visiting the late be noted at the proper time. dered to bo summoned in the case. The Mrs. J. C. Caldwell. having failed, the church preferred a Saturday last, on the Tenneesee counsel aro J. S. Owsley, Common him to ap- T. P. Flaig and wife, recently of Athens, Hidge, charge against him and cited in this county, Lindsey Fair wealth's attorney; Col. W. O. Bradley, O., aro here on a visit. Mrs. Maiy pear to answer it at thuJan. meeting. He Young, widow of Judge T. P. Young, wanted to borrow a load of gunpowder Gen..W. J. Landram and Sullivan for n. U. KING. GEORGE 13. PREW1TT. came, but it teemed not to answer tho from John Copley. Copley refused to tho prosecution, while the defendant is continues hopelfwly ill. to charge tho church. He cbnrge, but The eight democratic members of loan, aud they fell out and had n fight. represented by IJ. II. Tomlinson, R. C. wintKil to rulo tho moderator from tho It is xno uanviuu city council met in cauctiB Copley turned to shoot Fair but his gun Warren and Robert Harding. chair, Kurcd a deluge of contempt upon Tuesday night and missed fire. They both drew knives thought that the trial will consume two nominated unani the heads of both the pastor and the mously Alex Anderson for days. MORELAND, KY., city judge; ond Fair cut Copley very severely and it himself right and tho It Beems that tho Lancaster correschurch, declared We have opened up a nice line ot is reported Hint his wound may prove J. K. Dodds for assessor, B. J. Durham pastor wrong, said ho was better Inform- for Is said to have been at pondent of tho Courier Journal has treasurer, F. X. Leo For fatal. Whisky made a number of mistakes in his spe ed and know more Baptist doctrine than chief of police Wm.Silliman and U. T. the bottom of thu dilliculty. cial of the 21st concerning tho circuit all the rest of tho church, denied ever Helm each received four votes, until tho HUBBLE. court clerk contest in this county. He having avowed his adherence to and lot them know fifth ballot, when Helm got five votes, states that the caso was argued by We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we. could get communion" Kev. Al M. Hiudee, of Danville, Mee&ra. giving him the nomination. For city Jacobs, Tomlinscn and Welch the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, that the leading members of both the attorney W. O. Goodloe and O. O. Fox filled tho pulpit hero Sunday night, as for Mason and by Messrs. Herndon and MethodUt church at Moreland and the which enables us to make very low prices. Bases of steel nails $2 per began and ended with four votes. Bro, Arnold and tho presidin elder Judge Denny for Broaddus. Messrs. keg, do. wire nails S2.30, Coal oil 10c per gal. with all other goods in Baptist church at Danville bail already each could neither be present. Jacobs and Tomlinson were present, but proportion. assured him that they would receive This will throw the election for attorney -1- M White bought of Bob Snow 21 only Col. Welch spoke as he was excluded from into the full council, which consists of in Mason's behim as soon Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you eight democrats and four republicans. SOO pound cattle for 3c and IS yearling half. Judge Denny was us. not present, but money B. Gentry Capt. Herudonand Gen. Landram spoke We conscientiously believe that wo Tho next regular meeting of the council steers at $1S.30 per head. J. Cotton mules, 2 pr. broke mules and nice saddle horse for sale. bought Monday one 10 hand duty in this will bo hold the 1st Tuesday in April. in Broaddus' behalf. The case is still ttOXo have done what was our work mulo for $135. Joe Goings shot Tom Bogy in tho c& under submission. matter and hope that Uro. Cono may bo Mr. and Mrs. G. 1'. Bright have been left leg Monday night with a shotgun our .Methodist brethren. The wholesale grocers of Louisville of f.omo use to on the sick list. James Blackerby has have entered into a combine, the ellect Done by order of tho church on tho loaded with bird shot, inflicting a painful but not necessarily a dangerous quit thu livery business at Stanford aud of which is to 2d Saturday in March, lb'.V,. raise tho prices upon mawound. As far as can be learned the has rented land of James Kobinson. Mr. ny of the necessaries of life J. 1). Briscoe, and extort Com'tee. trouble aro.se in this way Milford Bar- Will Walker has been on the sick list money from the pockets of W.H.Haik.ktt, t the people bour kicked a littlo dog belougiug to Go- for a few weeks. Miss Lizzie Sampson on whoso patronage they are dependent ings, Bogy told Goings about tho kick- has returned to Marksbury. Miss Mat-ti- e for their success In M10DLEBURG. business. If this is ing, Goiuga got after Barbour for what White lias returned from Huston-yill- persisted in, it might .Are invited to. teach the combinaThere are several cases of mumpa in he had done and after a few angry words accompanied by her cousin, Miss tion a lesson that would bo useful and town, and as there are so many children Barbour left, saying hu would bu back Mary Adams. Miss Helen Thurmond if country dealers would ighero to have tho disease, it is thought when ho had armed himself. Goings opened he school hero Monday with 13 intrinsic, nore tho combine and send elsewhere enough to go watched thatthete will not be from his door in the direction pupils. James Kobinson has returned for their goods. This would only be rearound. Barbour would naturally come and see- from Middlesborn. .Our store and see the great. tributive justice. A set of men who X. Bowling came homo on ing a man approach whom he took to bo Nov. J. would get up a corner on tho necesaries Danville, Ky., Mar. 23. There Thursday to visit his family. Ho has Barbour, he tired. Tho man turned out in this city a lady who some years of life ought not to be tolerated, much accepted a call to prench to a church at to bo his friend Bogy, much to Goings' lo3s encouraged, in any well ordered his fami- regret. Goings Hamilton; Mo., and will move was taken before Judge ago, in her girlhood days, on account of community. ly thither soon. McFerran, who held him in $100 bond her beauty and gentle disposition, was Mr. and Mrs. Carr, Of Junction City, Made in the display of our immense stock of There was another bank meeting to await the result of Bogy's injuries. appropriately named and la widely are stopping at the Miller Hotel. Mrs. known as tho "White Dove." She has held here Saturday, but not being pres- The parties to the row aro all colored. Dr. Joe Rogers returned Wednesday to we cannot report proceedings. It in ent Tho report that Geoigo Bouta tried always been a favorite with everybody Bloomington, Ind. Miss Jennie Lackey has to understood that 120,000 in stock "make a body" of himself by jumping and when it is remembered that she is returned from Louisville Wednesday. is thought the into Hanging Fork been subscribed and it just under Dawson's continually going about administering Casey Owsley, of Centre College, is Matting, &c, in the new room in the remaining f 30,000 can be secured within mill dam Wednesday is not admitted to to those in distress, taxing her strength Mr. here this week. Mr. Will Woodcock, of tho next 30 days. bo strictly true by that gentleman. Geo. to make others happy, it is not to be Danville, was here Tuesday. Mrs. Short sold his farm on the Car- did goto the Fork llshlng that day and wondered at. Sho never lets an opporJell Blanche Sweeney has returned from penter's Creek road, two miles west of while standing under the dam wonder- tunity pass to scatter seeds of kiuduess Louisville. Miss Ballon of Stanford, is town, to J. II. Newell, for f 2,500, taking ing why thoy didn't bite, he saw a log and brightens every home bIio enters. The former Carpet Department has been shelved for our large Sho Olive in as part some distance from tho shore and think- Like thu dove that Noah sent abroad, the guest of her brother, H. M. Ballou. Mr. Is'.'s farm near Mt. For Gents', Ladies' and Miss Mary Grimes, of Lower Garrard1 stock, which is second to none anywhere. payatiSOO. Mr. Short also bought of ing there might be a uowlight behind it, cheerful tidings she always brings. Like visited here this week. Miss Motie Children's Dr. J. T. WeBloy two building lots west got a fence rail and tried to walk over it the "Beloved Disciple," she always says Nare, who has been the guest of Mrs. C. of College street at $100 per lot, and to a point so he could tish all around the and does tho right thing at an opportune C. Stormes, lef t for Danville Monday. swapped the;n to Carroll Toms for the log. Hu had gotten about two. thirds of time. It is hardly necessary to state Miss Lillie Dale visited Miss Kate Bur-dsame amount of land on the east Bide of the longth of the rail, when tho pesky that I speak of Mrs. Robert Harding, Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Will Come and see us. So it will be been that thing turned and George, minnow buck- who is the same street. Marrs is in Lexington, where she has like a Learn of sunshine, is a "hustler" when it comes et and pole went, it seemed to him, ten Jut Mr. Short accepted a position in s millinery store. That geutly fell from above, to trading. thousand fathoms down, his hat remainAnd tenderly, softly whispers John Coffey had a dog to go mad ing on tho surface. His companions were Dr. Aiti.emiin'b Xevt Visit. As will A message of peace and lot p. Friday and attacking his Hock of Bhoep about to offer a haudsome reward for J. F. W. he seen by reference to Dr. Appleman's MEN'S AND BOY'S bit several of them. He next made for the recovery of the body, when George ex- advertisement, the date of his next visit Krupp's mammoth cannon to he a Hock of geeso and was playing hades rose to the surface and struck out for tho to this city is Tuesday, March 2S, or e with them, when Mr. Coffey came up shore, which he reached in due time. hibited at tho World's Fair has reached day only. This noted specialist is now and knocked him down with a piece of The pole and hat were recovered, but Baltimore. The calibre is 111 inches. well known to our people and his visile' and fence rail. He was allowed to go until the minnow bucket uud all the minnows Projectiles fired weigh --',600 pounds are hailed with delight by the alllicted, when going to J. H. got away, in view of these facts it will aro four feet long. Seven hundred lbs. both in Saturday morning, the city and surrounding counof powder are required to tire it, but it Buirb he attacked a goose as she was be seen that the newsmonger who circuthrough '20 try. Mauy of the alllicted who have upon her nest, and M". V. Keeney lated the report that George dived for will throw tho projectile placed themselves under the treatment coming up at the time dispatched him the shining shore is a person unworthy Inches of plate steel at a distance of a of this eminunt specialist have been mile. with a Smith & Wesson. of belief. cured, and others greatly benefited. As A stroug case was made out against an evidence of his great popularity with John S. Seymour, of Connecticut, to the incestuous Hardin county preacher, our people his rooms are always crowded Tho missing Naronic has been heard from, but the message is a silent and sad ho commissioner of patents, and S. W. Whayne, at his trial. His daughter, tho entire day when he makes his visits to our city. Remember thu date, Tues.JUST IN. one Two lifeboats, floating keel up- - Lamoreaux, of Wisconsin, to he commis- though weak from her recent confine- day, March 28. story that may ever be sioner of the general laud ofllce, were ment, was unshaken in her, evidence, ward, tell all tho Two lives were lost and $100,000 told of the fate of the good ship and her among Wednesday's presidential ap- which positively proves the guilt of her damaged done by a tire at Athens, Ga. pointments. unnatural father. crew. the ciiy with an elegant line of milline..!. -, ry and Is fully prepared to pleaso the OwiiiK to tho vain gossip anil false rothis county, obtained marriage port relatlvo to a recent action of the cense most fastidious. Go and see her goods Tuesday evening. lluatonville Baptist church, she now auand you can't fall to find something to Dr. Frederick 1. Minton, a white thorizes tho following to bo announced suit you. phyciciat), who graduated from tho in tint Western Heconler, Dauvlllo Jimmlu Holman, who has clerked of Louisville the 13th of this ami Intiiiiok Jouunal: for Mr. W. A. Carson for nearly IS month, has located at Mitchellsburg, in Bo it known, to nil whom it may conmonths, has had to resign his position Saturday before tho l!d thin county. cern, that on on account of ill health. Wo aro sorry Danville has two colored doctor- sUni-verrtlty Ad-vocatc ordination. Miss Georgia l'hillips and Mr. S. D. f il i i no snucr- l" si e t ;,,Br" Kittle King has returned from SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL PAPER & ALAEASTINE Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. t hr , -- post-olllc- u req-unit- e 'Jd-cla- Wo Bo McBdDBIDBTS i r. ' I i- A NEW JOBBING HOUSE. LET US CONVINCE YOU. Cas-simere- s, y DRY GOODS, HATS AND CAFs, 3-l- b to-da- 4 STEPHENS' KNOX. KING & PRE WITT, Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, . Dry Clothing "re-Mrlct- Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, KI1TG 1 e, YOU ii es IMPROVEMENT c ARPETS BABE MBNT. FinelFootwear, SEVERANCE & SON. ett CLOTHING! New Stock sit-tin- g New Styles, H. J. McROBERTS. T'rtTr5SwSBSH '.! ff ij. . . , bwHttlBM&iwl-ftsilA.l.t-- j mu .' F"rv" - s ' ,xn i" "lir , mr a "WTTepJ i - - c - - " Hr' "- - iJj- Jl 4. . PUliNk- y ; j 4w wmj taw aw,1 ujfwi' 4?r Semi-Week- ly t At Mexico, Mo., Georgo HardiDg a and camo down from tho pulpit and as n?ero, was sold as a vagrant and brought sisted in separating the angry brothers. Stakpord, Ky, March 24,1893 $19. James G. Jenkins, of Wisconsin, will MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Bucceed Walter Q. Gresham as judge of Julius Negro nnd Miss Bertha Hekc, the 7th judicial circuit. colored, and Kattiu both from the Kaderland, were married John Sanders, Silverthorn, white, eloped from Catletts-burg- , at Ottenheim yesterday. Mies Nannio Castlebury, of Princeand were married. to do we ton, was to have married Mr. NewbuJ. T. Ecton got drunk, sat down on lEJVIEJI&Tr IFI&IID.A.'X". the railroad track at Winchester and was ry, of Illinois, Wednesday, but changed her mind at the last moment and elop crushed to death by n train. Tho price paid by tho treasury for ed with on old lover. Convinced that public office is a pub-- c A New York girl advertised Wed truBt and not a private snnp for the silver bullion Monday, 82 eta. an ounce, fami- is tho lowest since the Sherman law was nesday of last week that she had saved benefit of certain men and their $500 and wanted a husband before Satlies, Mr. Cleveland has declared against enacted. most unqualified terms. James Hass, of Uuion county com- urday. She got L',000 answers, but nepotism in the Some friends were urging; tho claims of mitted euicido rather than, stand trial whether she made a selection Iroin this he an applicant, when one of them said to for forgery. He wrs a man of much vast army doe not appear. cts. A Louisvillo couplo were secretly the president: "In addition to his qual- - promnience. married four years ago and not even Low water in the boiler at a sawmill juuiij' lucauoai), no i iwmi "That settles it," was tho response, "tLe near Rome, la., resulted in an explosion their closest friends had an inkling of it application is denied." Mr. Cleveland which killed four men and seriously till a suit for divorce let the cat out of the wallet, as it were. Tho parties who also added that ho would hesitate in ac- wounded two others. Marshal McDonald, of Crathersville, want to have tho knot untied are Jas. cepting advico in appointments from those Senators who had appointed their Ind., a cousin of Senator McDonald, end- Heflerman and Gertie Collins. eons to clerkships, not because of their ed a spree by committing Buicide. He FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. fitness, or even their past services to the took the morphine routo. Wanted. Threo or four small pigs Senator James H. Mulligan, who democratic party, but eimply to keep their salaries in tho family. As usual has himself been ill so long with erysip- at once. E. C Walton. For Sai.k 10 mules, 14J to 10 the president is right. There is entirely elas, has lost by death his daughter, Henrietta Duke. She had hands. B. G. Cover, Milletlgevilie. " too much of the family business in our Wool. I want to buy 100,000 lbs governmental affairs and if not checked Bcarlet fever. or more of wool. Will pay highest markIt is believed by New York bankers et price. A. T. Nunnelley. will become a serious matter. Thero $Jr, be no aristocracy of that kind in that J. Pierepont Morgnu, who has sailed should shoat, Came to my house a for England, is going abroad to negoti75c. a free government. which the owner can get by paying for ate a loan of $o0,000,000 in gold for feed and this notice. Wm. Beck. The appointment of Gen. Wade Hamp- the United States government. It in said that Cudahy has sold his ton to be commissioner of railroads is a E. K. Hosford, formerly postmaster Btock yards to the Union for most gratifying one. He has served his at Edinburg, Ind., under Cleveland, was opposition $500,000 and will not enter the competicountry well before and since the war so disappointed when he heard of the to bo and during the unpleasantness he be president's decision not to reappoint tion. The Danville Fair Association will lieved ho was doing his duty. Gen. men that he sickened and died. in all probability give a $300 sweepstake Hampton fought gallantly for four years At Hileman, la., William Frazier premium during ita next for the lost cause and carao out unscath was lynched for killing his wife, child saddle stallion exhibition. ed or scarred to be kicked by a common, and . At Paris Tex., S. T. The Independence Driving Park Asevery day mule. The accident rendered Freeman beat his wife and child to death, sociation is out with a novel futurity amputation necessary and tho general andatGridley, Cal., J. J. Ervia fatally for foals of 1S03, to Edward Shepherd, JUrriibtirc. Illinois, had now goes about with a wooden leg sup- wounded Mrs. Christsna Ouatall and stake, worth $10,000, 1S95. runninc tcre on hit lee of eiht year' ttandmissing mem- killed himself because she had jilted him. be trotted in plying the place of the Klcctric Hitter in. l'od three bottle ofArnica Mlve ana and Squire J. S. Murphy tells ua that tesen bote of llucWlen nit ber. Another of those terrible flour dust all and well John Speaker, Catawba, the fruit is alive, tho wheat U doing lei; it tound large feser oict en his leir; doctor O., had fire explosions occurred, attended with loss Due bottle of Klectnc aid he wii incurable well and altogether the farmers' pros Ralph Davis, tho deposed speaker of of life and one bos IlucUen't Arnica Salve and property. An immense grindpects are very fine. cured him entirely. Sold by A R Penny, diuRthe Tennessee House, seems to bo an ing mill at Litchfield, 111., valued at a . Upwards of 1,500 of tho descendants S"1 rascal. The Legislature is now million dollars, was destroyed by tho fire Root and Brunch, of Alexander's Abdallah are found in the investigating tho charge that he receivthe poison In jour blood, however it may have rewhich v.n list, nnd Georao Wilkes' 2:;!0 do- - mine or whitnn thspe It may b taking, it clear . ed a fee for introducing a bill. The port of louoweu ine explosion, rtio His entire interest in tin the explosion was heard at a dis- ...,u ed away bv Dck tor IMorcp't (Jolden Mistical Dit committee to whom were referred the scendants already number upwards of c very, Il't a trwedy that rouses every nri;an tance of 50 milps. i into healthful action, purifici and ennchrs the 1,200. charges looking to tho impeachment of the Durham owes tho in Cin- blood, and through It cloartcs and Insljeraiet 'lVtter, Cattle aro reasonably firm Judge DuBose have reported that there public whole system. neither explanation nor apology cinnati at 41 too for best shippers; stack- Kryipel, Hoil, CarbiineM, 7nlari:id I. lam!., are grounds for the procedings nnd it is and tivelliiw, are per anil the Scrolulou Sorei or his action in applying for his old likely that these twocitizensof Memphis place ers 2 J to tf I and feeders 4 to 4 J; not much feetly and permanently cured by it. tarta under Cleveland. They all do it, demand for hog3 with 7 the hidii'bt IThIiVm ihu firilinurv Stiritief mctiliinrt orwell at will send their names ringing down the pnlllai, the "l)hcocry'' work e.inally and everybody knows that the judge All the ear round and In all cao. alloa.vtnt corridors ot time in a way that posterity price. Sheep 3J to 4jc. it i iruir.inted. at do other blood medicine u ' wns eoieiy animated oy a laudable dewift-nbeneht ot applaud. it John D. Berry, of Harrison, says he money faili toYou pay only cure. )ou hav your Aud you j;et lor the sire to gratify his good wife and lift the Ikib 7.--. ..utps that have produced 110 Imi back fer to tav that no other )ftd Ii National treasury out of the rut. LouisHorack P. Lurton, Chief Juetice of lambs, without losing a single lamb. ca the Supreme Court of Tennessee, 1ms ville Times. Onunivn imVH birth tO tWO KUDUS POO. Tho president has appointed the folbeen appointed U. S. judge in thin, the niioumatlura Quickly Cured. lM, and on the 'Jod gave birth to anothei; 1 hree day is a very ihort time in which to cure Gth circuit, to succeed Jude Jackson. lowing envoys extraordinary and minisall living. a bad cateof rhcumalitm, but It can lie dene, it He is said to bo a fine lawyer and what ters plenipotentiary of tho United States: the proper treatment it adopted, at will be treti by B. G. Fox iV Co. Bold to J.T. Huguu-lthe following from Jime l.amtwrt.of Newllruni-wicis almost as good, a native of Kentucky. Jnmefl B. Etistis, of Louisiana, to France; for ?00. W. L. III. "I vrat badly afflete.1 with rheuritlm lack ii 4 vear-ol- d Theodore Runyan, of New lerpey, to ill the hip and liM, when I Imujht a bottle of of ifc Son Bold to W. A. Wiley It will be remembered that Mr. HarrisCaldwell Chamberlain' l'aln Helm II cured me in tlir-; and wulJ Imut on on's appointuo to this position, Judge Germany, and John E. Ri6ley, of New Missouri, a am all right old jack for 5725; to dayt. every one wliol afflicted with that terrible ijnriir York, to Denmark. He also appointed was not confirmed. Hanchett, C. Hay, niso of Missouri, one for 5 110 to ue Chnmberlaln'a I'aiil Halm and Kt well at Gen. Wade Hampton to be commission J. once." 50 cent bottle for tale by W II. MiRoberti, and to Henry & Co., of Mt. Sttrlinir, one l)ru;i;nl, Manlord, Ky Mr. Cleveland's deviation from his er of railroads. for $350. Advocate. At Bridge ville, Del., Undertaker men to office who rule not to Mother's Rocommondntlon. We are acquainted with many mother Hi fen held under him before, in tho cases of .Short was driving a hearse containing HUST0NVILLE. without Chamlrlala' terville who would not many Mr. Baldwin for firht auditor of the treas- ttie bodv of Isaac Biggin, when the horsCouh Kemt-l- y in the home lor a aol everytimet -- Mr. Jno. C. Krye, of Texas, washere day In coit, and are- rc.omiuendlni; itay that And ask a continuance of the pat ron.-yury and Mr. Hawkins for V. S. marshal es became unmanagablo and thu vehicle Krom peroral rvpenenco we can extended the firm of HiWins funeral. for our ihlldreti -- cc it hat broken up bad of Indiana, will make hope spriug eter collided with a tree. Short was dashed to attend his father's anArsdale, and will make it to the interest of others to trade with South agedand rcspccti d Ccntervillc W II Dakota, Citi'cn. o rent lntl Mr. Jno. Frye, an Mi Robert, OruL'sUt, Stanford. me. lor tale by nal in the breasts of the many exs, who to the ground and his neck broken. The books and accounts have hern tr.mcf..rri ..... .,...1 t ...?m in the while the dead man was tos6ed out ol citizen of this vicinity, was buried clamoring for more pie. are continue the latter with all who desire. large circle of UucUln'a Arnica Salvo. the hearse, coflin and all, and the body Cemetry here Sunday. A jrClothinpr, Hoots and Shoes will be sold regardless of cost The beat ilveln the world tor cutt, bruitet to close friends followed the remains to the grave And still the hungry Kentuckians stuck headfirst in a ditch. a!t rheum, fever torct, tetter, chipore, out stock. few brief, ped har.d, -- nil all tkm erup wait in vain. The latest list of appointwhere Mr. Williams made a chilblains cornt Thomas Reilly, formerly a reporter piles, or no pay requit ments contains no name of the patriotic on the Covington Commonwealth, was appropriate remarks, and a beautiful and tiontand pontivtlv curet eiw perieci tainiatn-Jed. It It guaranteed t0 J-counI'rice a? cenlt pel io thousands who wish to serve their Of money relundeil. tried at Newport for the murder of City touching prayer. '0rtalcby A. R. I'rnnv, Stanlord, Ky. try in fat government offices, l'atience Engineer Charles Jungerman, and given The popular "byke" is gaining great and shuffle the cards. The darkest hour live years in the penitentiary. The ver- favor in Hustonville. Some ol our itoys Just the Thln. tho is usually just beforo the dawn of day. dict was a surprise and a new trial has ride nicely two, but it Beems that the travclinc public rn- Thit upon them ersllt it an espretloorind nomethinu that i enact- good old country horses look when they Judge Gresuam is reported as sayiug been asked for. Heilly wrote something with suspicion, 1 don't mean the boys, j y whatuie want. Thit cpretlon applies di- they which offended the engineer, who struck i that he is as good a democrat as there is nn.i Hif. tin. nhl Indv who saw one for rcctly m the Wi.coutm Central Lines, which now admitted by all lo be The Runic"' from is to be hoped so. hun with a cane. The reporter resented in Washington. It in Si. Piiil.MiniieaD.ill. Atlilaud. Dululh- the assault with a pistol and slew his as- the tlrst time, seem to think it must be Northwest. Their double The secretary of state under a democrata "wagon wheel running oil with a man." and all points in the Of Kery Description, dally train teivlee and line equlpxent orfer In ic administration should huve a suspi- sailant. j Mr. Cook has so far recovered iroin ducemtnt which mn not be urped The cause of the Cincinnati Southonly Hue runnlus both thrwizh Pull- 'I hit It the cion neither of republicanism nor , and Tmirit Sleeper (roni ern's trouble arose as follows: Some his recent illness as to bo able to drive mantn Pantir Cmit Point without Chulliltf. Chk. about his garments. a recent visit m ago the secretary of the road is out. Judire Catnuitz made full informition address your nearest tickyeais and or J.imit C. Pond, sued 4,000 shares of fraudulent Btock. to the "Fork" and has rettirneJ much et aaentAijeiit Chicago, lit Cieneral I'axenrr Oratory will be on tap at Louisville Mr. Green received ticket improved in health. Breckin- The president's name had been signed April lo. The Now Try ThlH to the certificates in blank, and the sec- a letter from Mr. Bruce sayiug that he ridge and the no less eloquent Wilson, It coit you yen was gaining a little relief from his long COod willyiHi have anrthing and will surely tinvilli if lough, told ir any trouirtt of W. Va., have accepted invitations to retary filled them up for his own beneV. M. I'orrys Garden beod in bulk and packa .. All new his improve- throat, chest nrlunjt. Or King' New Dl.vov-er- y rheumatic attack, but that seed. for Cnuuinpiinii, Cuujhs an J Cold is guaraddress the Jellerson democracy on that fit and used them as collateral. The -- T courts finally decided that the company ment was slow. antied to tlivc relief or money will be paid bark day and the speeches will be worth go- was responsible, and this has induced la Ouppe found it thine -- Geo. Hunn has bought out Wm. hullvrtr from iim had a speedy and jutt the recovand under perfect ing miles to hear. the owners to put the corporation in the t..iUi iii thu Tuttle store at ery. Try a eaiuutc lottlc at our expense and hands of a receiver. learn fur yourself jum bow nl j tlinij It It. TriMoreland and he and Randolph CoHey al bottlct fire at A U Penny's druj; store. Lare One democrat has been found who business in sue 50 cents. ind f 1. his partner, will continue CHURCH AFFAIRS. can decline an office. theTuttlo house. Morelauu lias now Cliolorlno In PonnBylvanlit. Wheeler, of Michigan, will not accept Kov. J. H. Julian will preach at hecured two of Hustonvilles moat exemJUJY Till-- : CKIJiHRATKl) SVl.klcy, Pnn,: Vj had an the office of commissioner of pensions, of Rowland next Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 plary younc men Mr. Hunn and Mr. cholerine, at our physi.iaii Lulled it, in this because he does not rare to aestime such r. m. lately and I made jtieat hit with Carpenter, and she gives them up with I solilfourCull.-- Cliotcr.i and It Diarrhoea Remedy. arduous duties. dozen boitlc ot in one week and The Nashville Baptist churches are great reluctance have since ixild nearly I gri'Mi, This Remedy did arranging for the entertaiument of the College the work and was a b lj aderltucmeni for me. The Legislature had been in session Felix Twidwell, from fpveral perioim who had troubled with 150 days to yesterday at a cost to the Southern Baptist Convention, which will U visiting his riisters. Mrs. KUen White, diarrhoea for two or three weeks were cured bv a lew doses ot this medilne V P Ki.app, I'h ;., meet in that city May 12. of about $1,000 a day and the of Kansas City, is visiting friends here. as .ind o cent bottle r sale by W II, McKnb Mrs Fanuio Summers and Mrs. Marend is not yet in sight. Qtiousquu tanMiss Dora Miller, of Danville, is visiting erl, Drucsnt, Manlord, Ky dem abutere, O legislators, patientia nos- garet Martin, of Georgetown, havo con- her uncle Mr. Jim Goode. Mrs. I). . tributed each 510,000 to the endowment Carponter has gone to Somerset, to visit tra? Nature should lo of the new I'resbvterian Theological friends. Misi Mary Adams is visiting assisted to throw O.VKof the greatest of the rascals, Seminary at Louisville. htr grandfather, Mr. Greenberry Bright, offimpuritlcsoftlio Kauiii, the pension commi.ssioner, haa The Popo spoke into a phonograph at Hubble. Miss M. S. Logan will go to Olive Points, three for Si. gone but he wasn't turned out, the at the Vatican a message to the presi- f'in,.innati tomorrow for a supply of blood. Nothing CURES docs it so well, no more's the pity. Strangely enough ho dent of the United States to be Kastern Millinery. MALARIAL was permitted to resign. by the machine to Mr. Cleveland. promptly, or so got on a high, knocked Geo Baldock The message was an expression of his POISON safely as Swift's Boh Patton in the head, and is now im Gkttiiair Km, is in Washington, hunt- love for "all the people of the United proving the streets in Hustonville. Both Specific. ing for an oflice. That name ought to States." Geo Carter was aro colored gentlemen. LIFE HAD NO CHARMS. help him in his aspirations, if he has no Rev. W. A. layinakur began the arrested last night for drunkenness, and disorderly conduct, ami put in the For three years T was troubled with malaqualification. other protracted meeting at thu Presbyterian This morning refusing to work rial poison, which caused my appetite to fail. church Wednesday night aud preached he was ornamented with a ball and chain, and I was greatly reduced in flesh, and life It is said that Mr. Cleveland had a line sermon to a large audience. Ho hut all day long he stoutly refused to lend lost all its charms. I tried mercurial and notilied biB Cabinet in positive terms preached again last night and will a hand at fixing the streets, and says potash remedies, but to no effect. I could that they must make no appointments be joined by Rav. Mr. Weaver who will he'd just as soon board in town all sum- get no relief. I then decided to trvKKKH A few bottles of this wonderful KXKS mer as ho has nothing to do at home. whatever until they have been submitted preach medicine made a complete and permanent o him and approved by him. While the pa6tor of the Roseville, cure, and I now enjoy better health than ever. Ii KeceiYing Hii SDoclmen Oases . . t. Russell B. Harrison seems to be in nl.1. vjiiuiuu was praying uurmg a reS. H Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was troubled uiu, il J. A. Rice, Ottawa, Kan. stomach ..i, Va., !.;,. and Rheiimitisui; it if his father is not. Representing a vival, a couple of the prominent brothers was disordered, his User was ulicctod his nn alarm. to Our book on mood and Skiu Diseases syndicate, he has bought the Muncie, of the church tjuarraled over a seat and mailed free. railway for $110,000. Ind., street Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give blows were exchanged. The wildest ' Electric ninem cured him. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Oa. me call. Interior Journal NEWSY NOTES. sceno followed and tho preacher ended -- .,.., l.! nn OAJIIUOMU UIO juojvi .fill. Hll UU n.nK.li.11 "o,. Will "I ""; W. P. WALTON. "Just Back From East" With SIS : PAGES. a new stoch and propose a SLASHING BUSINESS PLOW SHOES 90 Cents A PAIR. Fancy light colored Calicos 5 cents a yard. This spring. Bought 200 Pair Men's Shoes worth 2.50 to sold at $1. 75 a pair. Look at them. Baby shoes 25 a pair. Child's shoes 50 cents a pair. Jlisses' shoes 75 cents a pair. five-year-o- ld New Line of Mulls, Satteens, Gloves 75-lb- . Just opened. Our Clothing and Hat Stoch is complete. Men's Suits. $5, $7. Boys' Suits at $2.50. Child's suits, Ml goods in the house LO'W'IEiR, THt:A.Isr ELSEWHERE found. sister-in-law- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. I Have Purchased of 1 - all-arou- W. H. Higgins. -., Sait-rhm- GROCERY ot cr Ulood-punh- waw, v k, HARDWIRE e I y I UHli, IB, SIR sc. . - 1 I ulv-cr- K. VIfcTJLIRSID.iLLE j 1 (.'hi-.- i, GARDEN TOOLS, . I mug-wumper- y Klrst-flat- I 6ilver-tongue- d New York Seed Potatoes, McKINNEY BROS. 5nrr H- . .1 Cli.im-crlal- , . e bei-- VULCAN Chilled Plow, i tax-paye- rs EEEI Every One Warranted. W. K. WEAKEN & CO. -- repro-duce- d cala-boos- e. H.g.R0PLEY,- to-da- HmtaiitHwttJL -- Ja'firiZ '.! fN f 1 :V v Hut once upon a time, n certain 'rich dent, n'l tn7 JFlrnsterinf hotel. PfoTTml ncr ffnom me prcrrct terms a certain D at home, yawning, lounging, nnd personage,' he is reduced to opening tho ilsr "Sometimes the top of a table, or upon conceived the design of spunging dawdling, as usual, this Aburncthy for a medical opinand pretending to tetter which 1 left for him in the ether similarly orraugod pitoo of furni- ion. Gitltiug up, for be in the lost extremity of ennui. He this purpor.e, an ture, is removed by tho person wishing ordinary " How? did you put anything particconversation in a private com- is, pcrhnps, tho most really energetic to conceal an article: then tho log h n pany, he insinuated his case to tho human being now alive but that is ular in it?" va ted, thnurticledoptxilted within the " Why it did not seem altogether only when nobody ses him. envity, nnd the top replaotid. Thu bot- physician, as that of uu Imaginary individual. "To be even with him, I complnlned right to leave the interior blank that toms and tops of aru employed " ' We will suppose.' said tho miser, of my wvak eyes, und lamented tho would hnve been insulting. D , at ki tho snniu way." ' that his Bymptoins are such nnd such ; necessity of thu spectacles, under cover Vienna once, did mean evil turn, which "Hut could not thu cavity be detected now, doctor, vh it would you have of which I csutlously and thoroughly t told him, quite good humoredly. that .1I should rememlKT. by sounding?" I naked. So. ns I knew ho directed him to take' " surveyed tho wholo apartment, vhllo "Jty no means, If, when tho nrtlolu Is "Take!' paid Abernethy, 'why, take seemingly Intent only upon the conver- would feel some curiosity in regard to L escaped nuTTce". Attnm jnncTuro enteri deposited, nsuffleleoi wadding of cotton the identity of the person who had out" sation of my host. At Paris, just after dnrk ono gusty tho Minister D- - . Hit lynx eye Im be placed around it. liesldcs, in our advice, to bo mre. "l!ut."su.id the prefect, a little dis"I paid cspeaial attention to a largo witted him, I thought it a pity not to Trialug til tllO aututllll of 18, I WM mediately perceives tho pnpur, recog-nlrc- caso, wo were obliged to procood with yive him a clue. He is well acquainted composed, " I am perfectly willing to writing-tablajar which he sat, and the hnudwrltlng of tho address, out noise." njoylng the twofold luxury of meditatake advice, nnd to piy for it. I would upon which i.iy confusedly, some mis- with my M.S., and I just copied into tha tion and a mueracluiiiin, In company observes tho confusion of tho parsonage middle of the bhink sheet tho words: "Hut you could not hnve removed really giro fifty tho;i other papers, with with tny friend 0. AugnMe Dupin, In addressed, and fathoms her secret. you could not have taken to pieces all one who would aid .in franc? to nny cellaneous letir-tin'Un dew lu - rum-r-e, in in the matter." one or two uius'.o-.- l instruments and a S'il n est lliie il'.Uite, est illuno do hU llttlo baclc library, or book closet, After some business transactions, hur-lie- articles of furuiturw in which it would " In that oasc," replied Dupiu. open- few books. K no, however, after a long . Tlijcste.' through in his ordinary inunnur, have lx.'on jxmiblu to inuko a depolt in ing u au trolsictne, No. SI, Ituo Dunot, FauThey are drawer, and a bourg SL Gwtsinio. For on hour at ho produces a letter fotnuwhiit itiinihn the manner you uiuntion. A letter may book, "you may p.islucing mu chrck ami very ueuuuratu scrutiny, I saw 'Atree.'" to be found in Crebillon'a up a nothing to orcito particular suspicion. wed f..t least wo had maintained a profound to tho one In question, opens it, pre- be compressed into thin'pirul roll, not check for amount "At length iny eyes, in going the A lllfli'itint Nil III e. alienee; while eaoh, to any etu.it nl ol- - tends to re ud It, ami then places It In differing much iu sh.qw or bulk rnm a When you the signed It, mentioned. I will lui.id circuit of the room, f 11 upon a trumpery havo close juxtaposition to tho other. Again largo knltting-nwed" Where aro you living now?" aarrcr, might ha? a swoit-- intently and the a.i .n thl. form llligrve of pastelwaH, that exclusively oocupicd with tho curling, he converses, for some llftecu minute, It might be InsurWd into t.ic runy of u you was letter." " I'm boarding." I Th" prefect ap- hum; (lang'.lo by a dirty blue ribbon, At length, io chair, for exnmplv. Yo" v not take peared astonished. at-- , upon thn public iilfnirs. eddtua of smoko that opprr.sM.-the "Good house?" absolutely tliurdorstrJeken. For from u HtUn brasw knob just beneath " Pretty." mosphcre of Uio ohauit.'!-- . For myself,, taking leave, he takes alio from the to pieces all tlw hi r some minutes ho reniif.'i.d s;vehle' the middle of tn laantle-piec- e In this however, I was nieutnll discussing ccr - , table tho letter to which ho had no "Ever have hash?" and noti'inlcis. kvjt!"Certainly not; but we rack, whkk Ld thvoo or four comjiart-.TienUtain topics widen had formed matter fori claim. It rightful owner saw, but, of wo examined thu run of did batter "My, no, croquettes." every ciiair at my friend with open mouth, and wri five or six visiting carvU conversation boaween us nt an enrllcr course, dared not cnll attention to tho in the hotel, and, iudeed, the jolatlnga eyes that seemed staring from their Too Snceful. pariod of tlie evening: I mean the afTair act. In the presence of the third nnd a solitary letter. This last was of every description ef furniture, by thu of tho Hue Morgsut, rutd the mystery atwho stood nt her elliow, The aid of a most powerful asieroucufK). Had socket; then, apparently recovering much soiled and crumpled. It was torn Fiddlcback How did that new cocktending tho murder of Marie ItogrL I Minister decnmjied, leaving his own there been any traoee 4 reoeut disturb- hiaaaelf in some measure, liu sciaed a nearly in two, across the middle ns if tail you invented succeed? pen, and after aeveral pauses and vacant looked upon it Wherefore, as something letter one of no importance upon tliu ance we should Jagway First-ratHut tho night I Motkave failed to detect stares, finally filled up and siyned n a design, in tho first instance, to tear of a coincidence, when the door of our tabli-.-" as worthless, had been altered, .ntroduccd it to the boys I wore a It Instantly. A aiaie grain ef girn check for fifty thousand francs, and or stayed, in tho second. It had a large pair of striped trousers and they apartment wan thrown open and admit"Here, then," raid Dupin to me, came for example, ob- lianded it sores the table to Dupiu. ted our old acquaintance. Monsieur "you have precisely what you demand vious as au apple. weuld have been cipher very near getti ug us into trouble. A ay disorder i the The latter examined It carefully and do black seal bearing the D , the Prefect of tho Parisian pollw. conspicuously, nnd was addressed, in a Fiddlcback How so? to make the ascendency complete thu glueing any aaaaual gapiar ka tiie posited It la his pocketbook ; then, unWe gave hlra a hearty welcome; for robber's knowledge of the loser's knmvl-adg- e Jagway Before the night was over , tho joints would have suflum! to isuare de locking an escritoire, took houco a lct-t- r diminutive fomale hand, to D there was near! half as much of the Minister, himself, It was thrust care- we all thought they were alive Judge. of the roblwr." tection." and garo it to entertaining m of the contemptible " Yes," irplied the prefect: "and the "I presume yen loeked to the mirrors, functionary grasped the prefect. Tin lessly, and oven, as it soemed, contemptjt In a 'perfect uously, Into one of the uppermost diviA Clear Case. about tho mau, and we had not seen power thus attained has. for sotnn between tho Wards and the platea, and agony of joy, opened It with a tremb- sions of tho rack. him for several yean. We had been sit months past, lssn wielded, for ollticn! you prolnsl the beds and tfee Uncle Moso I wants to swab out a ling hand, oast a rapid glance at its Ungtlu the dark, and Duplu now arose. purposes, to a very dangerous extent. us well as "No sooner had nt this let- warrant ngin de man ncx do' to me for the curtaia aad oarpetM." contents, and then, scrambling and ter, thnn I concluded for the purpoao of lighting a lamp, but The personage robbed Is more thoroughit to be that oi :ruelty to animals. "That of couro; aiil when we bad struggling to the door, rushed at length sat down again, without doing so, upon ly convinced, every day, of the he been doing? which I was In search. To bo sure, it Squire Lawless-Wha- t's nlisolutoly completed every particle of G.'s saying that ha had called to consult of reclaiming her letter. Hut thK of the furniture in Mils way, then we ex- unceremoniously from the room and was, to all appearanee, radically differUncle Mose He keeps his bulldog an from the house, without having uttered ent from tho one of which us, or rather to aK Uiti opinion of my course, cannot ! done openly. In line, amined tho house isseif. We the Prefect tils chickens locked up togedder in on divided Rs friend, about some otllcial busbies driven to despair, she has committed entire surface into eoesparUnenU, which u syllable slnco Dupin had requested had read us so minute a description, :oop, salt. him to fill up the cheek. which had occasioned a great deal of the matter to me." Here the seal was large and blnck, with we numbered, so that nae migU be No ono who is not When he had gone, my friend entered the D troutte. cipher; there it was small and er can become a local a total abstain"Than whom," said Dupin, amid n HtUacd; then we suratiaiMd eaott la dipreacher or elaaa t'lf it Li an point requiring refle- perfeet whirlwind of smoke, "wo more vidual square hieb tfcrourhoat Che into some explanations. red, with the duoal arms of the S ction,' olervod IVupin, a ho forelKre to sagacious agent could, I suppose, he de- premises, including the two houses "The Parisian police," lie said, "are family. Hero, the address, to the Min- leader In the Kaffir churches. d nkltnlle the wkik, "w shall exaiuluo sired, or even lmni'ine " exceedingly able in their way. They ister, was diminutive and feminine; lately adjoin!, with the as It tit better purpoao in tliu dark." are persevering, Ingenious, cunning and there tlie subscription, to a certain royal " You Hatter me." replied the prefect: as befere." HorfolkiWr stem thoroughly versed In the knowledge personage, was markedly bold and de"Itiat Is auotberof your odd notions," "butltijovslble that soiuo such opinion "The two hoes aeiniafi" I whteh their duties seem chielly to de- cided; tlie slzo alone formed a point oi aid the Pre feci, who km I a fashion of may have entertained." "yo luinrt. have had a great bemand. Thus, when G eallrag overjrtblnj "uahl Uiat detailed to us correspondence. Hut, then, the radical-nes" It Ls clear," said I, "a yu olerve, deiil of trooble." Schedule Dec. 18, 1S9J. yond hia comprehension, and thus lived that tho letter is still in the posi.ev.ion of these differences, which was ex"We had; but the reward offered is his mode of searching the promises nt LEAVE NORTON DAILY tlie Hotel D , I felt entire confldvnee cessive; tho dirt; the soiled and torn anilfl an abaoltafcu legion of "oddities" of the minister , since it is this poviei.-sio- prodigious." 7:00 a. m. in his having made a satisfactory inve- condition of the paper, so inconsistent and all nations for Graham, Btueffeld, Pocahontit "Very trc," aahl Duplu, a he supand not any employment of the "You include the grounds abent the Flat Top and Pocahontai Div stigationso far as his hi lwra extended," with tlie truo methodical habits ol ions. plied tils rWUir with a pipe, and rolled letter, which tho powrr. With fcous?" 12:04 noon, for Bluefield, Radtord, Roanoke, , and so suggestive of a dosign tc toward htm a ooinfortabln chair. "I mean to say," continued Dupin, D "All the grounds are paved with the employment the power deperts." Lynchburg; Richmond and Norfolk. Also (via "And what U tho dlfllculty nowr' I delude tho beholder Into an Idea of th Koanoke) for Washlnirton, Hagerstewn. Harris- "True," said ().; "and usm tlds con- brick. They gave us comparative! lit- while I merely laughed at his last ourp. Philadelphiaand New York. Mked. "Nothing more in tho a.vissln-atlo- a viction proceeded. My tlrst case was tle trouble. Tfe examined the tuowt "that if tho Minister had worthleasnoss of the document; these Pullman Sleeping Cars from Lou way I Uope?" to make thorough senrcn of tho minis- between the bricks, and fband it undis- - been no more than a mutheiuat'clan, the things, together with the hyper-obtrfolk via Norton and Radford; also Radford o New York, via Shenandoah "CMi, no; nothing of that nature. Tho ter's hotel; and here my chief Prefect would have under no sive situation of the document, full in ford lo Washington; also from Junction, also R terbed." Lynchburg to R "You looked among I) the view of every visitor, and thus ex- mond. 's papers, of necessity of giving me this check. fact Is, tho ImnlnVfw is very simple Inlay in the necessity of search, coui-mand into the booka of the knew him, however, sis both mnthemn-tioln- actly in accordance with the conclusions Trains tor Pocahontas, Powhatan and Gooddeed, and I make no doubt that we can ing without his knowledge. Itoyond leave and poet, and nvy measures wore to which I had previously urrived; these will nnd Bluefield daily at 6 10 a m,S 30 a m, t 05 mnnugo it sufllclently well ourselves; nil things, I hnvn 1cen warned of tho library?" p in sjo p ni. "Certainly; we opened every package adapted to his capacity, with reference things, I say, woro stiongly corroborbut then I thought Duplu would like to danger which would result from givLeae Illucfield 6 10 a m daily for Kenora'and Columbus, O. Arrive Columbus q 15 pm bear the details of it, bccau.se it is so ing nun rco&ou to suspect our de- and parcel; we not only opened every to the eircunistiinces by which he was ative of suspicion, in one who came with Additional trains for Welch and intermediate book, but we turned over every leaf in surrounded. knew him hs a courtier, the intention to suspect. odd." sign." stations on Elkhorn Uavo Bluefield 05 p m and daily. "Simple, and odd," said Dupin. " Hut," said I, "you are quite nu fait each volume, not contenting ourselves too, and as n bold intriguant. Such a "I protected my visit as long as possi- 3 J p m arrive at Norton from the East dally at with a mere shake, according to the man, I considered, could not fall to be ble, and, while I maintained a most an- 11 Trains and 5 30 p m. "Why, ye; and not exactly that. in tliCM investigations. p m Tho Parisian 40 For further information aa to schedules,' rates, Tho fact U, we ham all been a M)lice have done this thing often be- fashion of some of our police afllcem. aware of tho ordlnury policial modes ol imated diseussion with the Minister, either. apply We also measured the thickness of every action. He could not have fulled to an- upon a topic which I knew well had Ac. or to to agents of Norfolk A Western Railgood deal puuled because thu ntfnlr is fore." W. B.BKVII.L, road with the most accurate, ad- ticipate and events have 'proved that never failed to Interest nnd excite him, eo simple, and yet unfiles us altogether." Gen. Past. Agt Itcaioke, Va. and for this reanon I did "Oli, s I kept my attention really riveted upon he did not fall to anticipate the "Perhaps It Is tho very simplicity of not despair. The habits of the minister measurement, and anl!ed to each tho to which he was subjected. He the letter. In this examination, I comthe thing which pitta you nt fault," euid gave mo, too, n great nd vantage. He is most jealous scrutiny of tho microscope. OHIO my friend. frequently absent from home all night, Had any of tho bindings been recently- must have foreseen, I reilected. the secret mitted to memory its external appear"What nonsense you do talk!" replied Ills servants are by no mcunHiinmerous meddled with, it would have been nt- investigations of his premises. Ills ance and arrangement in tho rack; und the Prefect, laughing heartily, They sleep at a distance from their terly impossible thus the fact should frequent alienees from home at night, also fell, at length, upon a discovery, which were hailed by tho Prefect aa which set at rest whatever trivial doubt "Perhap tho mystery Is u little too master's apartment, mid, being chielly plain," wild Dupin. Neapolitans, are readily made drunk. or six volumes, just from the bunds of certain nids to his success, 1 regarded I might have entertained. In scruti"Oh, good heavens' whoever heard of I have keys, as you know, with which the binder, we curufully prolied longi- only ns ruses, to ullord opportunity for nizing the odgtwof the paper, I observed Baltimore, New York, thorough search to the police, and thus them to bo more chafed than seemed such an Idea?" I can open nny oIiihiiImt or cabinet in tudinally, with tho needles." And all other Eastern Cities. "You explored the floors Wncath the the sooner to impress them with the necessary. They presented the broken "A little too Paris. 1'or three months a night has Shortest Line between LoulsWIle, Lexington'and conviction to which (J , in fact, did appearance which Ls manifested when a ho! not passed, during the greater part of carjots?" "lla! ha! ha! ha' hat ha!-- ho! Eastern Points. We removed every finally arrive the conviction that the stiff paper, having licen once folded and "Hcyond doubt. hoi" roared our visitor, profoundly which I have not is'en engaged, v IN EFFECT NOV. 1, 1S92. turned, ns n glove, inside out, is amused, "oh. Dupin, you Ml! U; the soually, !u ransacking the D- Hotel, C4irjet, and examined the boards with letter was not upon tho premises. 1 bade the Ministet felt, also, that the whole train ol ted and death of me yet!" My honor Is Interested, and, to men- the miero.scoje." EAST BOUND. Lve. Lexington thought, which I was nt some pa'ms in good morning, and took - departure Atlantic Express No. jj, daily "And tho paper on the wulls?" "And what, after all, Is the matter on tion a great secret; the reward is enor, 7.tcpm "Yes." detailing to jou just now, concerning nt once, leaving a gold snull-boupon MldMnd Accommodation, No. 36. ex. Sun.11.40am hand?" I naked. mous. So I did not abandon the search Veitibuled Express, No 34 daily 6.10pm invariable principle of policial action In the table "You looked Into the cellars?" "Why, I will tell you," replied the until hud become fully satisfied that M t. Sterling Accom., N 0. aS, ex. Suu " We did." searches for articles concealed I felt Prefect, as he gave a long, steady, and the thief is a mora astute man than my"The next morning I called for the WEST BOUND. Arr. Lexington: "Then," I said, "you have been that this whole train of thought would snuff-box- . contemplative pull, and settled himself self. I fancy that I have Investigated when we resumed, quit Accom No 27, 7.55am in his chair. "I will tell you in a few uvory nook and corner of tho premises making a miscalculation, and tho letter necessarily p:iss through the mind of the eagerly, the conversation of the preced Lexington Express , No. at, ex Sun Louisville daily 12.43pm words; but, before I begin, let me cau- in which it Is jxisiblo that the paper is not uim the premises, as you sup- Minister. It would imperatively lead ing day. While thus engaged, however, ., . Lexincton . Accom. No. . ex ,Sun ,. , z "J"" ,:," pose." C. lopn him to despise all the ordinary nooks of a loud report, as if of a pistol, was heard ciuuuicu express v.iu; aji aauy tion you that this is an uffair demand- can Is'conceahsl." " I fear you aru right there," said the concealment. Hu could not, I reflected, immediately beneath tho windows ol Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Dining ing the greatest secrecy, and that I " Hut t It not issible," I suggested, Cars. Na "And now, Dupin, what be so weak as not to see that tho most the hotel, and was succeeded by a series bus tranfers should most probably lov thu Ksition "that although the letter may be in his prefect. Through Sleepers from Lexington without you advise me to do ?" I now hold, were it known that I con- possession, as it unquestionably is, ho would intricate and remote recess of his hotel of fearful screams, and the shoutings ol cuanire. tho would be as open as his commonest a terrified mob. D fided It to any oue." C. B. RYAN, "To make a thorough H.W. FULLFR, rushed to a casemay have concealed it elsowherc than Gen. Pass. Agt, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agt.. closers to the eyes, to the probes, to the ment, threw it open, and looked out premises." "Proceed," said l. his own promise ?" ujhmi Washington, D. C. Cincinnati. "Or not," said Dupin. "That Is ulisolutely needless," ro- - gimlets, and to tho microscopes of the In the meantime, I stepped to the card "This I.s barely possible," said Duplu. Q " I am not more sure that Prefect. I saw. in fine, that he would rack, took the letter, put it in my . "Well, thou; ! huvo received ersoiial "The present peculiar condition of pliod Information, from a very high quarter, attaint nt court, and especially of thosj I breathe than I mil that tho letter is at lie driven, as a matter of course, to sim- pocket, und replnced it by a facsimile, plicity, if not deliberately induced to it (so far as rcgurds externals,) which that h certain document of the last im- intrigues in which D is known to bo the hotel." " I hnve no lietter advice to give you," as u matter of choice. You will remem- had carefully prepared at my lodgings portance has been purloined from tho involved, would render the instant imitating the 1) Md Dupin. "You have, of course, au ber, perhaps, how desperately the Precipher, very readroyal apartment. Tho individual who availability of the document its susfect laughed when I suggested, ujon ily, by means of a seal formed of bread. purloined it is known; this beyond a ceptibility of Iming produced at a mo- accurate description of the letter ?" doubt; ho was seen to take it. It is ment's notice- - a jvlnt of nearly equal "Tho disturbance in the street hud "Oh yes 1" And here the prefect, our first interview, that it wus just known, also, that it still remains in his Importance with its possession." producing n memorandum book, pro- possible this mystery troubled him so Wen occasioned by the frantic behaviot possession." " Its susceptibility of being pro- ceeded to read aloud a minute account much on uceount of its being so very of a man with a musket. lie had fired It among a crowd of women and childof the internal, and especially of tho ex"Flow i.s this known?" asked Dupin. duced?" said I. "I have never given tho matter a ren. It proved, however, to havo been "It la clearly iuferred," replied tho "That is to say, of being destroyed," ternal appearance of the missing docuwithout ball, and the fellow was ment. Soon uflcr finishing thu perusal thought," I said. Prefect, "from tho nature of the docu- suld Dupin, w u A "There is a game of puzzles," he re suffered to go his way as a luuutic or a ment, and from tho of "True," I observed ; "the paper is of this description, ho took his depar I) oertnln results which would at once clearly then ujkii tho premises. As for ture, more entirely depressed in spirits sumed, which is played upon a map. Uruukurd. When he had gone, arise from its passing out of thorobber"s its being upon the person of the minis- thnn I had over known the good gentle One party playing requires another to Ciino from the window, whither 1 had Twenty mllcuhc Shortest to find a given wonl the name of town, followed him immediately upon sepossession; that Ls to say, from his em- ter, we may consider Hint as out of tho man before. s river, state or empire any wonl, in curing the object in view, Soon II. ploying It us he must design in the end question." 1 bade him farewell. "Entirely." said the prefect. "Ho to employ It." The proIn about a month afterwards he paid short, upon the motley and perplexed has been twice waylaid, as if by foot- us another visit, and found us occupied surface of the chart. A novice in tho tended lunatic was a man in my own "He a little more explicit," I said. Michigan Points, Chicago, Louis, Cleveland. Buffalo, Detroit, "Well, I may vonturu so far as to say pads and his punton rigorously searched very nearly as before. He took a pipe game generally seeks to embarrass his pay." Indianapolis and the west, that the paper giyes Its holder a certain under my own inspecUou." "Jlut what purpose had you, "I asked, and a chair and entered into some ordi- opponents by giving them the most minNe England, Canada, utely lettered names; but the adept power In a certain quarter wheiu such "In replacing tho letter by a facsimile? "i on might have spared yourself this nary conversation. At length I wald such words as stretch, in lurge Would it not havo been belter, at tho power is Immensely valuuble." Tho trouble," said Dupin. "D presume, " Well, but , whnt of the purPhiladelphia, Prefect was fond of tho cant of diplo- is not altogether a fool, and. If not, must loined letter? I presume you have at characters, from oue end of thu churl to 3rst visit, to have seized it opeuly, and Washington, Baltimore, Quickest time to IlarroJiburg, Frankfort, Ky. macy. huvo anticipated those waylayinys, as a last mude up your mind that there is no the other. These, like the departed?" Richmond, VIRGINIA. Shortest tand Quickest liae to "Still I do not quite understand," matter of course." ," replied Dupin, "is a des"D such thing us overreaching the uiiuls-ter?- " lettered signs and placards of the street, escape observation by dint of being ex- perate man, and a man of nerve. His aald Duplu. "NotHltogethora fool' said 0lt "but cessively "No? Well; the disclosure of tho docu- then he's a poeC, which Ttako to bo only "Confound him, say 1 yes; I made oversight obvious; and here the physical hotel, too, is not without attendants deis precisely analogous with voted to his interests. Had I made the ment to a third person, who shull b'e oue remove from a fuel." the hewover, as Dupin SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS thro with nameless, would bring In question the "True," said Dupin, after a long and suggested but it was all labor lost, as I tho moral inapprehension by which the wild attempt you suggest, 1 might out change ria Chattanooga, Birmingham, Meridintellect suffers to pass unnoticed those uever have left the ministerial presence ian, making direct connections en route for Kaox. of a personage of most exalted thoughtful whiff from his meerschaum, kaew it weuld be." honor " How much was the reward offered, considerations which are too obtrusively illve. The good people of Paris might ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the station; ana this fact gives the holder "although I have been guilty of certain and too palpably Hut this have hoard of mo no more. But had of the document an ascendancy over the doggcral myself." did you say?" asked Dupin. Is a point, It appears, somewhat above " Why, a very great deal a very libIllustrious personage whoso honor and in object npart from these considera"Suppose you detail," said I, "tho the understanding of Wilmiag peace are so jeopardised." eral reward I don't like to say how or beneathHe never once thought the tions. You know my iMilitieal nre- - At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Savannah particulaix of your search." Prefect it Charleston, Augusta, Macon, "But thU ascendancy," I interposed, "Why, the fact U, we took our time, much, precisely; but one thing I will probable, or possible, that tho Minister possessions. in tins mailer, l act as a ton, Brunswick, Lake Cily,Thomaville aud FLORI "weuld depend upon the robber's knowl- and wo searched every where. I have say, that I woulun t mind giving my In- had deposited the letter immediately partisan of tho lady concerned. For DA points. The only line running solid Vestibuled trains with eighteen months tho minister has had edge of the loser's knowledge of the had long oxpurleucu in these affair. I dividual check for fifty thousand francs Pullman Boudoir or Palace Sleeping Cara to St. beneath the nose of the whole world, robber, Whe would dure" took the entire building, room by room; to anyone who could obtain me, that by way of best preventing uny portion her in his power, Sho has now him in Augustine without change lor any class of pashers since, being uuawaro that tho sengers or baggage. "The thief," suld G., " la the Minister devoting tho nights of a whole week to letter. The fast is, it is becoming of of that world from perceiving it Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur letter is not in his ho will , who dares all thing., those unpoints. D each. We examined, first; the furniture more and more importance every day ; "But the more I reflected upon the proceed with his exactions us if it was, Florence, Memphis and ARKANSASSelma, MoShortest and quickest to Anniston, and the reward has been lately doubled. becoming as well us those becoming a of eaoh apartment We opened evory dashing, and discriminating in- Thus will ho inevitably commit himself, bile. Duect connections made at NEW OR. man. Tho method of the theft was cot drawer; and I presume you know that, If it wore trebled, however, L could do daring, LEANS without omnibus transfer for Culver to ; upon the fuct that the at onoe, to his political destruction. genuity of D no more than I have done," Houston, Austiu, leas Ingenious than bold. The docu- to a properly trained police agent, such " Why, yes," said Dupin, drawlingly, document must always have been ut His downfall, too. will not be more-prment in question a letter, to be frank a thing as a secret drawer is impossible. TEXAS, MEXICO ANI CALIFORNIA. to use to good had been received by tho person ago Any man is a dolt who permits a between the whiffs ef his mcersolutum, hand, if he intended decisiveitevidence, cipltato than awkward. It is all very i O wclltotnllc about the facias descensus The cnly through line to Jackson and Vicksborg, , you have not purpose; and upon tho robbed while alono in thu royal boudoir. 'secret' drawer to escape him in a search "I really think, La., makingtlirect connections! by thu Prefect, During its perusal she was suddenly in- of this kind. The thing Is so plain. exerted yourself to tho utmost in this obtained within the limitsthat it was not Averni; i but in all kinds of climbing, us 'Miss., Shreveport,transfer for Dallas, Fort Worth, omnibus of that digni- Catalan said of singing, it is far more without Sin Antonia, KI Paso and points ta matter. You might do a little more, hidden Austin, terrupted by the entrance of tho other There is n certain amount of bulk of tary's ordinary search the more satis-fle- ensy to get up than to come down. In exalted personage from whom especi- spaco to be accounted for in evory cab- I think, eh ?" TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFIRNIA. I became that, to conceal this letter, the present Instancu 1 huvo no sym" How? in what way?" ally it was her wish to conceal it. After inet. Then wo have accurate rules. "Why puff, puff you might puif, the Minister had resorted to the compre- pathyat least no pity -- for him ho a hurried and vain endeavor to thrust The fiftieth part of a line could not esFor through rates, correct county maps sad lu hensive and sagacious expedient of not descends. He Is that monstrum horren-duin a drawer, she was forced to place cape ua. After the cabinets we took the puff employ counsel In tho matter, eh? attempting to conceal it Information call on Agent at Junction City. Kr it at all. an unprincipled mnn of genius. I or address W. D. COZATT. puff, puff, puff. Do you remember it, open as it wan, upon a table. The chairs. The cushions we probed with Trav. Pass. Agt., Jnnclion Cily.Ky "Full of these Ideas, I prepared myself confess, however, that I should llko address, however, was uppermost, and, tho fine long needles you have seen me the story they tell of Abernethy?" D MILLER, D. G. EDWARDS. -G. P A T. A., Traffic Mangr., j with a pair of green spectacles, und very well to know the precise character j.o; nang Aoerneuiy.-the oonJtenb.tlius.ua5Dosed, the letter ' employ. From tho tables wo removed Cincinnati. " io uc sure! lying aim anil wei corny. Called one, fine, morning, aulto byncci of his thoughts, wjieo. bckwr the tana." f5te TWRES y H.'Btj D61ARJLLaPoF, 'Why m?" card-rack- ." ex-e- bod-post- a - s e 1 d a.-- , d ', ea.-J-v- ok d - ,, iten-tirelyu- p e. let-dus- t, bed-oiwtbe- s, ncei'-vdt- y iia-me- lore-seop-u, u Is-e- n Myy Bl s u, 1 1 u embar-ralsme- nt 1 n 1 1 look-cove- r, way-laying- CHE34PV I & RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia' B self-evident- ." 1 re-dir- 1113- x 1 ., 1 QSt li'.1il-l!7flSjPj- self-evident- ." aiJBV Bproi after-rvard- CINCINNATI, so-lec- to 1 New York, Boston, over-Iargel- y NEW ORIiBANS, CAHOL.INAS, self-eviden- t. 1 c d lu' w- fjart ' V WPSHBs1 w-- ' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa; - POSTED. fishermen not to trespass on our lauds without per mission, as all such will be prosecuted to the full est extent of the law. Signed: M. LACKOWlrZ. T. D. NEWLAND. W. H. HAYS. G C LYON. FREDHAUMANN. R L. WHITE. MRS. M. A.MARTIN. J. L.HKCK. i It L.incoin - &.. : is .L. ut. 111c uni r a... 111 ii. ouuey iiuMuuviiit:, rvy., : tr...i :n tr.. is cue Stanford, Ky., Thlt notice forewarns huntets, s March 24.1H93 3B- - the best town; o.i. TSJB ADVOCATE Comes to you every otber day la the year lor only $U. Thecheapeit and bet paper In Kentucky. 5c gets it three months. Address Thk Advocatk, Danville, Ky. W. f"v. k- IP. WALTON. AT The best and cheapest man in the county. TOO TECHNICAL. Voting Suitor Who Wat Saved From an Awful Fnta. "Yon havo no objection to mo ilisa Fcathcrcroft, I hoio," remarked tho young lady's somowhat elderper-tonall- mblUhed Every Tuesday and Friday I have come to this town (Hustonvillc) and opened this day with a full line of fflHitl Owiley Uuildlng, C A. S. PRICE, SURGKON DENTIST Drug Store In t Office over McRobeiti 2 PKli YKAB IX ADVANCE 49When not to paid Stanford. S2.60 will be charged." ly admirer. K.C. Slnp, m. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 a. m., Train leaves Rowland at returning LAN. LOCAL il train ffOinsr North. South., xprcss train " South... North..., acal Frsleht North TIME CARD. ,..M ., 1151pm 53epm ujpm Th tatter trains also carry passengers, Th above il calculated on standard time. Snlar as i about ao minuter fatter ' Souths ,313am 7 loam tt i 1 QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Trains pass Junction City as follows : No. i, Limited, 11:15 p. m ; No. Special, arrives 8.40 p. m. No. 5, 3, Q. & C. Special, 13:37 a. m.; No. 7, Fast Mail, arrives 11:43 P- - ln- - leaves 11:43 p. m. North-bounNo. 3, Q.A C. Special, 3:10 p. m.j No. 4 leavr 3 at 6 a. m. ; No. 6, Limited, 3:15 a. ro; No. 8, Express, arrives 1:31 p. m., leaves 1:3a p.; South-bound Blue-Gra- ss d Mtofotely V PrtWdPF I Pure A cream of tarter) baking powder. Higest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. ROYAL'.BAKING POWDER CO., ly" 106 Wall St., New York. "Yon needn't, Miss FeathcrcrofU" "Why, Mr. Glaspy," she replied, "you aro not acting us n proxy for somo other IL t J man, nro your" Tatt'a "As a proxy? Do I understand yon alaa aaef cm Thaer correctly, Miss Feathercrof t? As a proxy mmiimem far Mi dm fEll4raM ad teneu wlthweak aiotaassa. aTaa for some other man? Certainly not." "In asking mo to bo your wifo you meant yours individually, did you not?" Msey arss lfiTalttaal a thy lfWfctaa4ruiiata. arlak "I certainly did." ac4 naaaaVasutarallrwltliaut "Then my objections to marrying you, .or srriplaa--. Both elieaafTatfa niUA aaldlay all ctruarUts). Bessy Mr. Glaspy, must havo somo personal xnaataoa. u, laa, 3 ratk maoe. application to yourself, must they not?" "Of course, but" "Very good. Let us disposo of this point first. Yon asked mo to marry you. I declined. You inquired whether I had any objections to you personally. J asked you in reply if you were acting as agent for some other man. You 6aid you were not. Now, then, if tho fact be considered established that you wish mo tc marry you and I refuso to do so, it follows inexorably that my refusal is based LESSENS MIN INSURES SAFETY on. tho fact that it is you yourself whom LIFE MOTHER CHILD. I do not wish to marry. Do you follow me?" My wife, after having used Mother's "I 1 think 1 do," said Mr. Glaspy, Friend, passed through tho ordeal with somewhat bowildered, "but" little pain, was stronger one hour "Ono moment. Observe, now, thai than in a week after tho in birth of her thi3 refusal has nothing to do with anj former child. J. J. McGoldriok, other man. Uenco whatever reasons 1 Boons Sta., Tenn. may havo for not wishing to marry you Mother'. Friend robbed pain of ita tetror and apply to you personally and nobody elso. child shortened labor. 1 havo tlio healthlct I over naw. Therefore they nro personul to yourself. Mhs. L. M. AnEU.x, Cochran, Ga. Sent by express, charge!) prepaid, on receipt Is that entirely clear in your mind?" price, $IM per bottle. Uook "To Mothers" "Why, yes," gasped tho discomfited of mailed free. Mr. Glaspy helplessly, "but still" Atlanta. G a. "Hence it must bo apparent to you,1 For Sale-b- all Druggum. Bho proceeded, raising her voice, ioiut-inher finger at him nrguinentativcly and following his now retreating form nround tho room, "it must bo apparent to yon that I do havo somo objections tc you personally, and your question, 01 rather your assumption to characterize it moro accurately, was founded on a manifest misconception. I proceed now to givo somo of my objections. First angew-ewssMs- ttwui Clothing. Bents' Furnishing Goods, iTiitiVrmTPills: yitimimlltaiTfci f keMMMit .ar rate wklekA Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c. Heee(lkeUrfr tera airTwwa.w n- ly -t ym ha 3DE2STTO." & For the painless extraction cl te.th and tulct minor surgery. I have tc.t.d its virtu sutficlMl-l- y to know K.C. MORGAN, D. D. S. Siok Headache 1 Also a Full Unc of Tin ware. Carriage Painting Trimming. COME ONE COME ALL. STOBlfi,. TO THE PMTOE 3 3 1 am again reapy to do all kinds f Carriage Tainting and Trimming Can r found at I)ujh etty's shop, ready to serve tho public promptly and well. 4 JOHN 11. DeNAKDI, Stanford. . X7EW CAT.TtgR-y- (0N3ES 3 3 I have some Bargains to show yon. I am running Three : Big In Kentucky and one WHOLESALE Now, as I buy in : Stores I Gallerrat ROWLAND. ..Idmu ne w srrnery, it- and irstruments and e?erthlnir ttrtala ItiE to ariMt-CUt- t Callery. With many ytars espetlence 1 am niabltd to do rood woik at low puces Cabinet Thotos finliS.ifln the latest and liest style at Si soperdoirn. Cards Ji dtstn; Di- I have built and filtr.1 up a new and hanilsoir crstorie. amond favois, 1 75c f am respectfully, dureti. ThanVlni the public for KRANK COHDIEH ft STORE in Cincinnati, Ohio. ft tf art quantities I am able to sell you goods Commercial McKINNKV.KY. 1 Hotel. Hotel at ey Cheaper Than Anybody Else in the country. have liought aliove mentioned and hare attached a GIVE ME A TRIAL. can Save you Money, First-Ola- ss Bar And Pool Room. lh IT. FXXD, Hustonvillo, Zy. Have repaired and relurnlthrd am octter than ever llolrl and Prepared to Accommodato the a JTABSBS WmWm, IIUSTONVILLE,' KY., OfTers Public. r. Hpeul attention to Commercial Men. JOE CARSON, Msnaser W GKKKN. IVoptittor. g TABLER'SPIfE BUCKEYELlLC OINTMENT ex- CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. DR. JOS. HAAS' Bargains in all kinds of Goods for 30 days, in order to make room for his Spring Goods My Spring Shoes arc daily arriving, and Hog & Poultry Remedy far excel anything ever shown in Hustonvillc in quality, workmanship and style. I have some Shoes and Boots left over, which I will close Used Successfully Fifteen Years. Ladies' Pebble Buttons 75c; Kid Buttons 95c; Men's Will arret dltrasr, prevents disrate, tspeU out very low Congress and Lace Shoes $1.40, worth $2; Heavy Boots $1.25, Si. 50 wmms, slop cough, luercate the flesh and hastci maturity. and $2, worth double the money. A nice line of dark Calico at 5c. Vicrv t.jo, Si 13 and 50 cents per psckatr; ivpouiiJ can Jia so The larxrit packages aie Blankets and comforts the cheapen!. 1'or sale by r in. at the following prices, delivered: Fresh Milk, per gallon .. 70 cents Skimmed Milk, por gallon ......10 cents 8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon Iwill make two trips dallr. The patronaie oi tie G. A. PKY ION. public Is solicited. Stanford, Ky. 911 yr. 1 will open on January iftth, 1893. a First-ClaDatrj, from which I can supply any quantity oi Jersey milk to the people of Mantord and Row-lan- d ts claimed Mr. Glaspy, recovering himself. "Yon needn't proceed to stato tho objec- A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 10 years as tho BEST tions. I'm glad you've got objections!' REMEDY ho went on, firmly grasping hia liat rrvpw4 by BICIIlMDMIt FOR PILES. BEDiriXR CO., 8T. lortl. "Bnt for thoso objections I might have been by this timo tho promised husband The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, of a walking rhetoric and femalo DeNose, Throat and Chronic Dismosthenes! Thank heaven for tho objecease Specialist in the State. tions! I havo tho honor, madam, to myself on escaping a horrible fato and to wish you a very good evening!" Chicago Tribune. coa-cratula- At Almost HALF PRICE. Arbucklc's Coficc 25c; Tire Proof Oil 15c gallon and a great num bcr of Bargains too numerous to mention in all kinds of goods. Terms 30 days to responsible parties. 91- - A. K. rK.NNV, Manlerd, Ky JAMES YKAOER. THOMAS YIVCKR. YEAGER & YEAGEK, urm, r::3 m sale s;m STANFOttD, KY. FlLCDmBa P1LOW We now have Of Oliver Chilled Plows, Buchcr & Giobs' Imperial Plows in steel and chilled and Malta Double Shovels. We are In our new stable in the Opera Hoaw uioik auu writ supputu wills NEW RIQS AND HORSES llavebeen purchased and nothing but turnouts will leave the stable J7 first-els- Notice to the '.Traveling Public. I have had THE SHELTON HOUSE and nicely furnished and Hotel one of the best saopen day and night; anight loons in the State, man meets all trains. In conuectiou with Housr have also one of the best Mineral wells in the StaU and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs G. W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ingram, Erin, Term., A. A. Warren, Stanford, Or. D. E. Prcctor, C. II. Hraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. 1 II. Johnson. New liaven, lira Cox, Greensburc Rates $1 per day. J. M. Petrey, clerk. Give me a call. oSoiy I. W. CARRIER, Prop. that looked as if it had been mado with a can orener. Ho sitUcd into a"dontal emporium" on tho ea&t side, and when tho operator got around his way tho visitor said: "I see yon pull teeth without gas for 00 Ho was a small man, with a mouth Nut Well A nil i'tl For Kutlii?. ii f At Rowland repainted have in connection with cents." "Wo do.' A COMPLETE LINE Farmers Rank&Trnst OK Is now Give tliciu a Call. Co I am also agent (or the old reliab'e Krodhead Tobaccos aud will keep a full line of these goods iu stock, and all I ask of the merchants of Stanford and Rowland Is to give me their orders and 1 will put the good in their houses at Factory prices. Thanking the public fur liberal patronage, 1 ask a KlverSalt for sale by the barrel. Will take country produce in exchange for goods at market price. nanormrc nnnunnnc, nrairtt iu unuwcnico, uiinuiet ' ucnkcn in Boots and Shoes. Cigars and Tobacco Ohio y. T.hziltoust ROWLAND, KY.. operator. "Does, hey? Well, I'vo got threo teeth 1 thought mebbo you'd lump and do threo for 1. I can't afford no luxuries. but tho food ain't heavy anyhow over where I board, and with them three rngm cavities, fact is. I'm starvin!" New York Tribune. "Pluggin eouio about tho same?" "That depends on tho filling," said the STANFORD : V., Wo aLLLv- E!o PMIMOCNSo Crab Orchard, Ky. lullyorg sniicd and ready fer business wna . Paid up Capital of Surplus, 7 Bb $200,000. lit 000. contlnuonce of same, ami remain your obedient servant. J. H. HILTON, S7-- IE. "W SITHI, CIVILIENGINEER, Kentucky, FIRE AND STORM Stanford, this section. Mas nau eiint years' cxpenence in the business. Itefers to the Hm National Hank of .Stanford, where he can be.found. Offers his professional services to the people of J. II. BAUGHMAN, INSURANCE AGENT! Representing Old Gold and Silver takenjin exchange for goods. way?" that LOUISVILLE, K.Y. Thanking my friends and the public generally for their liberal pa"Oh." lie said, "I got it on that way, and as you 6aid I was a 'backward boy' Will be at Myers House, Stanford tronage in'the past year, I hope to merit a continuance by polite at Tuesday, Mar. 28, one 1 thought maybe that was tho best way A. II. PENNY. tcntion, honest gooes and fair prices. to gol" Youth's Companion. day only. Qiil (on seeing a Chinaman) What's that, mamma? Mother That's a Chinaman, dear. Scenes In China. Returning every four weeks during the year. Dr. AnDleman is a craduatr cf Bellevtie Hoidii. al Medical College, New Ycrk City, and the .Medicsl College, Toronto, Canada. He has Made a special study ot the diteises he treated la the gteat Ilellevucand Charity Hospital for several years and reccgniresnosurerior in diagnosing and treating Chronic Diseases. He devotes all his time to the treatment of chronic and nervous diseases of both seaes and his aL ill as an expert in this class of cases is well esiabliihed Treats sue cesstully, and Elec-Heal Tho next morning in dressing ho put his jacket on by accident tho wrong sulo bofore, and instead of removing it and readjusting it ho had hia Bister button it up nt tho back and went down to breakfast thus. "Why, Peter!" his mother exclaimed. ""What do you mean by coming down in Little Peter is slow at school, though apparently bright enough everywhere elso. Tho other day at table his mother alluded to him as a "backward boy." Iluckwunl. J. S. APPLEMAN THE CELEBRATED M. D DRUGGIST A. Mo PE.NWir9 AND And BOOK-SILLIB. SUCCESSOR to Til K LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OF STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same assets and JEWELER English Specialist, Formerly Piolessorof Practice of Medicine, Electrical Medical College, TORONTO. CANADA, Now Kxamlnng I The Largest JStock to select from. Prices alwas as Lowjas the low. Watchest. Mr. Thos. Dalton has charge of Jewelry Department. es, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and Warranted. hjsician of the Engraving Beautifully and Artistically Done. Hanks, iu tharcholders being held Individually liable to the eaienl of the amount of their sleek therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the amount invested In such shares, It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as sn individual, To those who entrusted their htilslncss to us while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank ot Stanford, we we here lender our many thanks and trust tbey will continue to transact their butineai with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt alien, tionio same, our twenty years' eipctience Is banking and as liberal accommodations as arc con intent with sound banking. tllKBCTOMs: By provisions of Us chatter, depositors are as fully protected as am depositors in Natioaal the same management. tindit Southern Medical Institute, TO I TBS XtADXXS. the C. XJ. -:- FO WEIX, -- Williams, Ml. Vernon; J. M. Hall, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, fun ford j S J. Embry, Stanford, J. S. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, MilUdgevtlle; J. K. Cash, Stanford; William Stanford, Ky, S. JI. Shanks, Presidciil. .J. Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of NorthJAmerica. Companies. I would All of which are be pleased to wait o nmy Iriendsin this line. Pol. insureagsinit tornacies promptly issued. Will does, wind storms and lightning. Lightning without additional charge Office at First National Bank Stanford. first-class claus-esattach- Girl Do all the people in China dress like that? ' Mother Yes, dear. Girl GraciousI How they must laugh when they see each otherl Exchange. Most Likely. . . Permanently Cures n, And Country Produce, , j Has opened his stock or goods and is ready to approved lashlon. The ladles are invited lo call serve the people of Stanford and vicinity He is and examine ray goods, which I will take pleas- j' olfcring unheard of Bargains and all who want good goods at tho lowest possible prices should ure ill showing, call on him on Igan Avenue. MISS I.ICCIK BEAZLEY. 63 most elegant lines ot MILLL1NERY evir handled in S anford, selected with an especial view to the wants of this trade. Miss Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an rape- i. ...... rienceu uimracr, is wiiii mc mi. guarantee everything to be In the latest and most am receiving one of DKALIR IN- - W.M. Bright, Teller. ' "' " C"". Gcucral - Merchandise, FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, KY. . -- v,- &tffir . s -- '?. " -- 1 -- M.m JVr ' VSSBr ju j ; Falls Branch Jellico OoalCo., Miners and shippers of the GENUINE ltX'v Mlf&r&MZ... Jftf 'ut'7s"15CJhi mi I Acute and Chrcnic Catarrh, Ringing in Ears Deafness, Diseases of Eye, tar, Noc, Throat Lungs, Kidney, Unnarr and Madder troubles. Bright'. Disease, Diabetes, Dyspepia, Coosti-patioRheumatism aud Paralvsis, Kpilepsyor Kits positiely cured. F. B. BILEY.IProprletor, Younir or middle seed men sufTerinir from Soer- matorrnen, linpolency, Eruptions, the results of errors or excesses, should call before It is too late We guranteo a cure if case has not gone too far I have moved to my new Hotcfand am bettet Superfluous hair and all eruption of the face prepared than ever to accommodate ine puoiic permanently removed. Good Livery attached and every convenience de sired, uive me a can. THE RILEY HOUSE I London. 77 Kentucky. Livery Blood and Skin Diseases. As FRANK RILKY. Original Jellico Coal. Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford 'and Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and rail- WATTS THE COFFEY HOUSE STANFOKD, KY., JOSEPH COFFEV, Pro'r. ia tions laadlsploy of samples. A.FIrst-Clas- s at long list ot accommodat its for commercialfriends. Special fine roouis.for travelers and is now This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, ao as to say charge and I intend to conduct it only maintain its high reputation, but to add A courting couple in the park. IIeIs she happy, 'ittlo ootsy wootsy? Shu Oh, bo happy I la totwy wopsy happy? Ho Oh, so happy I She Wliat would topsy wopsy do If there was no ootsy wootsy in the world? Gruff Voice of a Man in tho Bushes Topsy wopsy would bo hugging somp other girl. Wonder. She Couldn't Be. Miss Peart Did you ever look Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, utc, cured by never failing remedies. Diseases of women, such as Leucorrhca, painful Menstruation. Di.placement ot Womb, bearing down pains in back, relieved in short time. The Doctor carries all his portahje Instruments and comes prepared to examine the most obscure medical and surgical cases. He undertakes no incurable di.eases but cures hundreds given up to die. ff ' E3 Hf- - Attention of the public is tnvitrd lo the fac that this is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Bank Act depositoia are secured not only by th. capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor ao amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Five sworn statementi of theenndttion of the bank tre made each yearlo the United States governHaving purchased of A. T. Nunnelley his liv ment and llsaisets are examined at stated times cry business I can be found at hisold stand ready by government agents, thus securing addititoca and perfect safety 10 depositors. to wait on the public st any time day or night Nothing but This institution, originally established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford in iSjS, thcu lied a the National Bank ol Stanford in iMj and FIRST-CLAS- S : again reorganised as the First National Bank of Sunlord in tSSs, has had practically an uninter- shall leave my stable and my prices will he as low as the lowest. Don't forget my Stanford and rupicuexiiicnceoi ja years. Ills hetler supplied nosr with facilities for transactingbusincsa prompt Rowland 'bus line. ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounta of corporations fiduT. r, CLARK r.STRAUB, JK. ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully toile-- W. C. SXTTOHHTCS, KKorKIKIOK- Capital Stock- Surplus - $200,000 20, 500 and Feed Stable, B TURNOUTS m f I CONSULTATION FREE And Confidential. Address J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D , Louisville, Ky, STRAtXB & CO., ... PRACTICAL Plumbers and Steam Fitters. Th Directory ol this Bank 11 composed ol T. J. Foster, of Stanford; Forestus,'Keid, Lincoln county; J. W.Uayden, Stanford; vJS.H. Baug hm an, Lincoln; M, J. Mlll.r, Mt. Yernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford; O, A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill.Staaford. W, O. Wlch, Suafar,. OFFICEKS:,P-T"U- ted. Blue-Gras- s : Nurseries, -- Dealers in all kinds of Ircn and Brass Goods foi steam and water. Sanitary Goods of all kinds. All work guaranteed against defective material and wisrkmanship. 57 AT- Spring, 1893. f alooni POOL ROOMS attached JOSEPH COFFKY. Aa4 BILLIARD snJ ,7-- U self in the glass when you were angry? Riral Belle No. I'm never amrrv when I look in the glass. New York Weekly. ? at your- Kruit and'OrnauieulalTrees, small Fruits, Grape Shop, Vines. Asparagus and everything for the Orchard, low. W e sell direct Lawn and Garden. Prices ,. are three of the best; r.uto anUeaUo. to There are also excellent and have no agen. there iww; tsection. Agent for Islington Steam Laundry. Lexington, Ky. Jee;Thompsona Barber ain DR. W. B. PENNY Dentist. tacated Office South tide Main street, ia oface by Dr. L. F. Huffmin, Stanfo:d, ' SU"'', I. recta Ky. i"hmm S. Hocker, President;) Joha J. Mc Roberts, Ci shier; A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cishler. mti - mm ,u 'i- - V;. t skSti'f. ;.'y Semi-Week- i V Ano tiif.h girl lias been ndded to the By an indefinite postponement, the family of Rev. Ami Mm. W. E. Arnold. Kentucky House of Representatives THE BEST PLACE TO BUY virtually killed tho resolution authoriz llKifcz'a npplo butter and preserves at Mrs. Katk Dumi:iuii's new drcssma nn encampment of tho Stato GuardB at Stanford, Ky., March 21, 1893 McKlnnoy Bros. ker, Mrs. W. T. Beard, cuts by tho on- Chicago during tho World's Fair. ly Parisian Scientific Tailor System in Emmett McCormaci; sold at DanLook at Itanks' pretty Easter window thu United States, including the Seamville Monday 18 acrub cattle at $17.30 B.O.WA&TON, and no Inside for aomo choice jewelry. less Garments in Bnaijue, i'rincess dresses and to Win. Prowltt 1 of hogs, Buy your Beed Irish potatoes of W. H. and Waists, also latest fads in skirts and April delivery, at (1J and another, May PERSONAL POINTS. Wenren & Co., and get the beat at tbo wraps. Call nnd examine her work. 20 delivery, nt same price: to Wm. Misam Jknniu and Maiuk Wamikjj loweat price. first 10 days in Apr." Tub entertainment of the Glco Club Moreland a All new stock and latest designs. nro visiting In I.nncnster. ThK finest fine of carpets ever brought by Misses Louis Tipton, Gertrude How delivery at Cc. Ho has bought this seaMr. Pxtrr Stiuuii, Jit., linn returned to the city. Conio and aeo them. We ard, Katy Worloy, Elise Whitman and son about 5,000 lambs for May and June from n vieit to Knoxvlllu. Olivia Summers, of tho College faculty, delivery at 0 and 5c. will save you monoy. Hughes 4 Tate. Mas. J. V. Kri.i.kv, of Junction City, at the Coffeyi House, Monday evening, I will have a full line of millinery marked was tbu guest of Mm. Fannio Greon. another very bright event in the NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Mm. W. II. Wkkiiit, of Iluatonvllle, open ready for the trade next Monday, life of that most delightful social organDawho has been vialting tier daughter, Mrs. March 'J7. Call and see it. Mary ization. The young ladles had spared Mrs. Kato Dudderar, no pains or expense viess Duddcrar. 1'. W. Green, has returned home. to make tho meetOait. Haiiry T. Hubk, of Stanford, Manager. ing n memorable one and how admirawan mingling with hia many frienda here My mother, Mn. Knte Dudderar, ha juit IIavk you seen orr satteens, zephyr bly they succeeded, all who wero presthis week. Winchester Democrat. Irom the citiei with an elegant line of milginghams, pongees, pinonpplo cloths, ent moat gratefully testify. In tho first linery, embracing Mr. 0. II. I'aink, of Donton, arrived at serges, French poplins, bungallnes. etc., place, the invitations required much laMr. W. I. Tate's Wednesday and winco etc? It will pay you to look at them. bor and artistic talent. On each of the has been suffering greatly with rheu- Hughes A Tato. If you would see it in all its beauty come to our store. If you 10 cards sent out, two hearts pierced by or the sear, of which she will have lull control. matism. an arrow were painted. Tho colors and She alto engaged a would adorn the body like spring roses come and buy some of our Miih. Adklia Woods and Mlas I.lizic hum iJiuiQii brought down r shades wero so arranged on them that string of Balmon taken from Rockcastle but two each were alike and tho lady FIRST-CLAS- S Twidwell, of Iluatonvllle, wore hero DEESS and favored this olllco with their river Wednesday, some of which weighwho matched colors with a gentleman ed six pounds. Ho says they are biting had him (or her escort. Misses Tipton Mrt. W. T lieard, who ci'ti by the only Parisian presence. w im.ii swtii Miss Gkohoia Wit ay went to Louis-vill- well now mid the sport is fine. and Whitman entertained very charm- ScIentlficTuiIor System in the United States, - 5S7 the Sramless Garments in llasuue. Pritiecu IJreisrt and Waists, also Latest Fads in ycaterday to see her slater, Mrs. J. I am receiving my Spring and Summer ingly and made their guests not only Skirts and Wrap. Call and examine my atock of T. Lynn, who is reported as belrtjr. a your order suitings now and invite the people here feel at home, but very happy. The largo Millinery before buying and leave past favor for your ilrcsu-s- . we Tliankiug ou for great deal worse. dining-roowas cleared and those who solicit same. abouts to call and aee the handsomest Every thing new, every thing the latest, everything the most desiraMns. L. A. Fahkiss and Miss Eliza MAUY DAVIS DUDDERAR. lino of goods ever brought to Stanford. dance enjoyed that amusement to music Rout, of Somerset, came up yesterday to ble both for young and old. Never was there such a line of Clothing, on tho piano by Miss Howard, who can Call early and get first choice. II. 0. attend the funeral of their grand-motdiscount an orchestra in volume and exWhite and Negligee Shirts, gent's ties, underwear and hosiery, boots CONDITION OF THK Rupley. er, Mrs. Daughman. ceed it in time and melody. Sho seemed and shoes in our city. Every department crowded with beautiful new UNroKTUNATK. Mr. S. N. Montgome never to tire, but as long as even ono FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. goods and at popular prices. Beautiful sattcens, pine-appl- e Cloths, CITY AND VICINITY. ry, an old aubpcriber at Mitchellaburg, couple wished to dance sho cheerfully AT STANFORD, Canton Cloth, Pongees, zephyr ginghams, and every, thing in new writes that a tree fell on him and broke performed her task. At the proper hour wash fabaics. Our woolen dress goods department is bristling with all At the cloe of business Mar. G, 1833. Flowkk pots at McKlnnoy Bros.' One broken bone Ib a nice lunch of salads, ices, fruits, nuts, both his legs. the new importations and at prices that defy competition. Our white Onio.v Hf ts and garden seeds at A. A. enough to drive a man cra.y. How he coffee, crackers, Ac, .was served, partRliSOURCKS. goods, embroideries, laces, lace curtains, handkerchiefs, hosiery, ribWarren's. stands two ia almost past uutlei stand- - ners to it being secured by matching rib- Note and bills discounted - 3". 333 45 bons, gloves, and every eepartment of notions and white goods is now ing. bons on pretty cards in the shape of Ilocds 750 00 complete, and our Shoe Department, both for ladies and gents cannot Gaiidsn seeds of all kinds at W. II. 95 be seen without prompting you to buy. Ciiaiilky Sheppard, of Somerset, hearts, on which were written some suit- Overdrafts A Co's. Come and see us. Wearen Due from Hanks 13,537 81 afcame up nnd took from tho jail here Al able poetic quotation. Tho whole Dank House, furniture and fixtures 6,30000 Mi Kinney Bros., have juat received a Jewitt, who had just completed a term fair as handsomely arranged and everyExponfts and taxes 330 ?3 nice line of bird cages. , 17.843 9) of .10 days for carrying concealed wea- body was delighted with the entertain- Cash ment and charmed witti the lovely young Sorb kkct aru epidemic here, a num- pons. He was convicted of tho same $37.3a iS before, doing his ladies who had contributed so largely to there, but escaped i.iAmi.rrir.s. ber of members of both Boxes being troutheir enjoyment. The only regret of Capital stock time. $200,000 00 bled in that way. the happy party was that tho Mis;sa Surplus 20,141 7 I iiavk a lot of tools and teams and a Baughmau, who havo taken quite nn inDiscounts and exchange 3.533 ;6 Tub magistrates should boar in mind 3,5') 35 that they aru expected to meet hero on splendid brick business I want to sell, to terest in tho Club, were prevented from Due to Mate Hanks and llanksrs z Individual deposit 39.9S the first Monday in Ajvil to lay the go to Lexington into a larger brick busi- attending by the illness of their J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. S37,3 48 .Mrs. John Baughman. ness. Also 22 acres of land with two was It county levy. 1, John 11. Owsley, cashier of the aboved named hoiipea on it, to sell or rent. A mail 2 a. M. before the guests could get their II.111 k, du solemnly swear th.U the above statement 1893. Wc have received a full stock of with small capital can make $1,500 to consent to leave and then it was with is true tit the bM of my knowledge and bolicf. pattern sent by $2,000 n year. W. F. Ramsey. r.itterns. Any reluctance that they badu adieu to the Full corpiof Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and JOHN 11. OWSI.KY, Cashier. Art. Excellent hoarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. mr.il, postpaid, on receipt of catalogue joyous scene nnd tlieir latcmatlng enbefore me by J. II. Owsley, this Mar. Sworn to Tui: doorkeeper of tho Lower House price. Sovcrenw Son. ,V. M. IIRIOIIT, N. V. I.. C. tailers. How much our reporter en- a.., 1S.13. of tho Legislature is going to maku his old firm home in this county, wo aru glad to say. joyed thu occasion can be imagined when Au. persona indebted to the it is told that going simply to pay his ttEPORT OF THE CONDITION of B. K. A W. II. Wean-- must call nnd Mr. J. C. McWhorter yesterday bought respects, ho was bo greatly entertained OK nettle. Wo are compelled to clowj our of J. R. Ihiley a tract of land one mile that thu hours flew with such rapidity THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 0 from Crab Orchard, W ; ." acres, for old accounts. that he became unconscious of their Is now prepared to exhibit to the Ladies a choice and elegant assortAT STANFORD, cash, and will remore his family fiieht and remained till a late hour. Ho lii:sTMtiKN, we huvo the tastieat and ment of from lackson county about April 1. joins tho other fortunates in pronouncing In the State of Kentucky, at the cle of business rhenpeat lino of clothing over ollered In Mar. 0. 1893. C3-OOIStanford. Come and see for yourselves. Inibmhaiul's have boen getting in thu affair a most unqualified success and i;rsouRCi:s. Hughes A Tate. their work at Richmond. Several build- extending hearty congratulations to tbu I.oant ami discounts $'74,;JJ 00 We make this announcement that all may avail themselves of the hobtesses. 4. 353 90 Overdrafts keiuicd und unsecured AnikksonCaiiii was tried in four cas- ings were fired including J. Stono Walkopportunity of selecting their goods for 17. S. Ilomls to secure Circulation ..... 50,000 00 DEATH'S DOINGS. es for selling whisky without Hivnao er's barn which was burned together oa Stocks, securities, claims, etc.... 14,4) ami whs held to tho circuit court in with four fine horses and two cows. The ,9'9 55 Kx Tinted States Senator Kli iviuls- - Due from approved reserve agents c parks blow over toUiu residence of EdDue Irom other National Hanks. a,ojs 60 three. The Statu fine ia from $0 to bur;, of Delaware, is dead. itor F. M. Green setting lire to it and Dne fron State Hanks and U.inkcrs... . J6 3 And the Spring in time, and as extra inducement for you to come $ 1,0ft). G. Alex Robertson, sergeant of the llanklns-housfurniture and future., burning it to thu ground, loss $1,000; in9.150 00 early, we have marked our goods at such Low Prices as will cause 904 3" you to wonder how such fine quality of goods can be sold on so small Ari'i.uj, oranges, lemons, bananas aud surance $:,500. A few nights previous Kentucky Court of Appeals, is dead, Other real citato aud mortgages owned 97.?S expeni.es and taxes paid Call and see us, compare these Goods and Prices with a general lino of merchandise cheaper at tho Register ofllce, owned by Mr. Green, aRed so. Ho was born in Garrard coun- Current and other a margin. Checks ,973 cah itoms C. I). l'owelrB for Iips monuv than you also caught tire and damaged hid stock ty and vuis n relative of Mrs. R. C. War- Ililfs of other Hanks anylhing you can find and we feel satisfied wc can please you and 53o le in tho to the amount of i700. This is pretty ren. Imv tlipm anvwliero paper currency, nickels and save you money. Mr. Thomas P.. Hill died Monday Fractional SO 02 cents tough on one of thu best men in tho pro night of a general giving away of his 'ountry. . . . Specie 3,510 50 fesnion and his friends regret to know . tender notes system, aged SO years. Ho was twice $,(J7 x (ikmiink B)ring weather Iihs prevailed ho is playing in such hard luck. that married. His lirst wife, a Miss Binga-man- . Kedemption fund with U.S. Treasurer since lat report, rendering winter cloth-in3,35000 A. C. SINE 5ltrcent. of circulation J. N. MENIFEE died a number of years ago, leavdecidedly irkaome to tho llesh. Bains Tiik ptoro of W. B. McRoherta wiw en- ing several children, $386,893 7; are aud clearing, colder three of whom Total last night 1.1 AIII1.I11F.S. tered Tuesday night from tho rear by survive. His bi'cond wife, who died last tho promises from tho signal hervice. Capital stink $300,000 00 knocking out a pane of glass, but if thu fall, childp'ii. Squiio J. S. Mur- Surplus fund had no 30,700 00 TiiKjeupervIaors mado n net Ino reuse thief got more than $1 in small change, phy, who has If n own Mr. Hill for 50 I'lidhltled profits 3,53433 which was in tbo drawer, thu fact does years, 45.000 00 of tho taxable property in tho county says he never knew a more hon- National Hank Notc outstanding of $51,811). At (J7J cents on the ?100 tho not appear, as nouo of thu stock can be est, straightforward man in his lifo. Ho Individual deposits subject to check-.- .. tc4i,6j r3 11 00 Caxhier' check outstanding tax on this amounts to f LlV.t.hS. Tho pay missed. Tho lascul evidently wanted was a member of thu Walnut Flat Cum- Due toother National Hanks! 4.055 77 was $150, no they current money only, as ho left a Span-la- b berland rresbyterian church for over Dun to State Hanksand llankets. of thu supervisors 1,518 58 silver dollar, which was with thu ',4A 00 Mom than doubled their wages in benehalf a centuryj and was a consistent Notes and bills other money. Somebody's going to be christian gen tie man. The funeral ser- Liabilities other than thene above stated 100 uo fit to tho county and State. killed befoie thee almost nightly deprepreached by Klder J. G. Liv- Total tjS6,8.a 75 mon was A. C AuKiiflON, tho church contribudations are stopped and wo hope it will sl'ATi: Ol KENTUCKY, who plead guilty and was not be long hoforu wo aru called on to ingston Tuesdiy and the remains tion box thief, Count) of Lincoln, in the family burying-grounOur facilities for giving the greatest values lor the least outlay, are Riven five yeuis in tho penitentiary, baa chronicle tho sudden demisu of a midI, John J McKobcrts, cashier of abote named Mrs. Catherine A. Haughman, who bebeen gtanted a now trial, tho judge night piowler. that that the above state- unsurpassed. lt.ink.do Hiluuiuly has been hclpli'ss for more than a month ment i true to thr lnit of ins- knouD'dge and Ihj satisfied that tho otl'enHo committed IH ing JOHN J MckUHKK .s. Cashier Tit Kite aru two gentlemen in this coun- from the ellec s of n paralytic Btrokti, litf. is not included in tbo special htatnte unSul tibed ;uid sworn to before me this igth day 10 r.1 m , Wednesday, in thu of Ma'., died at W. M. HKIUIIT.N. 1. 1.. C. der which he was indicted. Thu amount ty who nover vary an ounco in weighI. nrrcit utttist; ing thu same. Thoy are Messrs. Lewis 71th vpar of h(r ace. Her maiden nninn r was $2.10. etolen S. HoiKt.u, ) I Withers and Charlie Dunn. Some 10 was Smith and she was born and raised W. II tvnrs, Directors. V I' Tati-- , J took Henry or 12 years ago thoy weighed together in the K.int Knd of this count-- . When Siikuii i Stkki.k, of Leslie, Brown, who has been here in jail a long aud found out they both tipped the flhu was only 15 years old ohe married HHPOIiT OF THE CONDITION yen time, to that county Wednesday for trial. beam at thu samu notch. Numerous nnd Mr. John ISuunhinnn and for Ho killed ono of a sheriff's posse when sundry times since they have tried the alio mado hini n helpmeet in deed and in' We desire to call the attention of gardeners and farmers to our large it went to take pome property away from same thing and notwithstanding they tnith. He preceded her to the tomb THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE. and splendidly assorted line ot him that had been levied on, and has have weighed from 200 to 210. when onu (our years am sitico hid death sho hits In the St it,, r,f Kentucky, at the close of business Mar. 6, 180 j. since his incarceration been playing tho sets the scales at his advordupoi.s, the Kono KiiiduaUy down. Five children dodge. Tho killing was done other will balauco it. At Danville last hleftded their union, three of whom nro insanity KKMU'KTI s .ft3.43 61 from ambush. Monday they tried it and found that living, Messrs. S. II., J. K. nnd M. S. nuis .mil Uli omits In both bulk and package. ) erdralts, ecurc-and uueciticd 201 pounds each. This Haughman, all oxcullent men nnd wortheir weight was bought of Coun., U,5uu 00 L' S ltumU tn octire cuculalKHi M. J. B. I'.wton has looks hardly reasonable, but Mr. With- thy citizens. Mrs. Haughinnn had been Due from approved rvertu agents .. .54o 35 ty Clurk G. B. Cooper soven acres of land of the church for .V.) years and Due from other Nution.il H.iuUs.... if is . J.850 J and back of tho property ho ers our authority and thero bo any a member by the aide J.3M to doubting Thomases ho will take pleas since is:u nau lielil tier lueiuDerslnp in Due from State ilanli and lUnkcrs recently bought of W. A. Trlbblu ns Kinlins'lioujc, furniture and fixtures.. l.joo 00 prico paid ure in producing thu best of proof on tho Stanford .church. Always in her Current expenses and taSM paid tr.isieo for Cant. Veat. Tho At the lowest possible prices. Garden Implements of all kinds on seat when we)! aud never missing an op- Checks and other cunh itHWs tho subject. 34 5 wjb $10S per aero for three acres and tho hands and at very low prices. to tip ood to others, her ex- Hills ot other Hauls .,.. portunity ,jio 00 balonco at $150. This gives each of tho Wants to Die. Old Aunt Jane Cof- ample waa cl incalculable benefit and r rational paper currency, niikeU and gentleman enough land to while away fey, who lives iilono in our colored subC'l'llts S7 her inUuenceifcf inPfllimable vulne. Sho 11,100 00 their leisure hours on during tho coming urb of Dooloy ville, locked herself up in wiiB conBcious.ol Iter approaching end Specie netu Juo 00 summer days. her hflusu Saturday and would neither antl nreimredlfor it as one does to make I.ivat tendor fund with U. S. Treasurer Redemption t answer alarms at the door nor admit any a loug journey, getting her house in or. 5 per cent, of uirculatiou Jfa So Foit three yeais "Santa Clans" Dalton occupying with his family, a one. Her neighbors feared something der and nrranging all the details. Trulv Total. $165,351 4 lias been --- -Miller was wrong aud on Tuesday notified Mar- a mother in (on has been called to her I.IAHIMTIKS. hoiiao bolonging to Hon. W. II. Capital Mock paid ill $50,000 00 would uelth-o- r shal New land, who went to her house roward and IibV loved ones, whileeorrow-inion tho Somerset pike, and Dealer In- , Surplus fund 15,000 on and tried to gain admittance. There was do not ween aa those without hope Undivided profits pay rent nor give up tho property. 4,808 33 "m nnd no response to his soveral raps on tho They know tlilt she has gone to a better National Hank notes outstanding 10,75000 Mr Miller got out a writ of eviction door nnd he eflected an entrance thro land, where 8i3 is waiting and watching Individual deposits subject to check 79.514 7' yesterday Constable T. J. Benedict nnd other National 4,8& ?o MarahalVowlandwentoutto servo it. n window and found tho old darkuy in for them to iqi her In everlasting prais Due to State Hanks andHanks Hankers 1,090 19 and es to tho Red$ tner. Tho funeral will be Due to of her bed. Shu was only beat Mrs Dalton resisted to the And up a flood of nnHwered but fnw iie8tiorjs the marshal preached at he r late residence, tho home Total 'powers und failing opened Ji5iU 44 propounded. She said sho had not eat of Mr. Smith liuighman, at 10 .. m., to- MilbTATK OK KKNTUCKY, M billingsgate on tho officers aud Mr. Count; of Lincoln, J cursed and abused for ev- - en for days and positively refused to tako dav. after which tho remains will bo 1, J. W. Hocker, Cashier of the above named ler whom she .... i.;., u i could tlimK 01. emu uuiti nourishment of any kind. There were brought to Buflalo Cemetery for inter- Ikuik, do solemnly swear that the ubosu statement no signs of where n tiro had been made ment. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th i railed tho marshal ft "B.iuiueh eyed !! I HOCKER, N. P. L. C. dayol.Mar. if3him to audi and she must havo spent the entiro time T. J.RODINSON, little possum," which Uoored Patten B, G. Gover sold to Newman years old aud her I. W. I'OWKLL, hardly finish putting in bed. She is irectorf. an extent he could II. Hkon, mind is undoubtedly ailected, a pair of maro mules for $2$0. piku. goods out in the the ly Interior Journal Xkw barrel of slicep dip nt McKlnnoy Bros. m bus. Manager car-loa- d Wall A. t Paper ! car-loa- d R. PENNY. 2Tw Millinry. NOW FOR SPRING. IMrMEiM W AIX THE NOVELTIES MAUR. yen-terd- o 9 GOODS. h m VI i 73 HUGHES & TATE. . ,i m m Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday. griud-mothe- r, But-terick- 's January 24th, m The Cash Bargain Store IDZExlIESS $1,-07- - DS THE EA.STEE. HOLIDAYS B. F. JONES & SON. e, CM iti U'K-i- l d to-d- ay & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 2 - I 8o-- t We Carry Full Xine of Buildors' Supplies. - .1 - 5-- BEAD THIS. s&AMBjBJKf SffiSBlBg, ' 1 Genuine N. Y. Early Rose Seed Irish Potatoes, m FARRIS & HARDIN. r ." JtrCi 4LJ L LV.L JLVJL -- tLI. - s 1 semi-consciou- s Faney Groeeries, Fruits Confectioneries. Baker's Bread Always on Hand 1 i - J". 00-od- any WLy (1 .mj rmmtttttlmm m9lhvViiJmmmm Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. Central Park, Danville GAMHONITO 8419. Foaled 1S37. Illaclc hands Sired by G A.MB ETTA WILKES. (Sire of 31 In 2:30 at to years.) 1 dam Maud, by Garrard Chief (sire of Ratil Duke a:a?f and of the dams of Don Pizarro (3) a:il);, Don Lorenzo (1) 2:17, Lottie Lowrie (a) ::i4'. Galena a:aSl) hy Mambrino Chlcl. a dam Nellv, by son of Hilly Ilotce a.'it, by Cor beau, sire of 6 producing dams. 3 dam by Helm's Yorkshire thoroughbred. In offering Gambonito's services we believe that we have in him the HEST INDIVIDUAL, the BEST GAUED, HEST TEMPERED, au.l as GOOD A RACE HORSE as lives. He has proven himsell an excellent breeder. The first colt of his get was handled last season at a year old, and trotted quarters early in June in 4a seconds, and was then turned out until fall and handled about a month and could trot quarters late in the fall in 30 seconds We make the price for his services so anybody can urced to mm l js to insure, or $15 trie season, cash at time of service. We will handle several of his get this seoion. We invite you to call and see Gftmbonito and his produce. Care to prevent accident, but not responsible should any occur. Mares kept at rca ssnable rates. ZZH We will handle trotters and saddlers at reasonable rates. For lurther particulars call on or ad dress WM. M. RUE & SON. Danville, Ky. 6t. K.ice record 2:24 jth heat. 16 Horse, IU He is a nice bay, 15 hands 3 inches high, four years old. He saddles well, but has not been trained. He Is by Hutchinson Chief, No. lairo, Oy Messenger Chief. Hutchinson Chiefs first dam by Sentinel; 2d dam by Alexander's Abdal-tab3d dam by Red Jacket. Messenger Chief, Of ADdallah mot; 1st dam oy .Mambrino .Messenger, ad dam by Mambrino Chief, 3d dam by Imp. Napoleon. Denmark Chiefs tst dam was sired by Sumpter Denmark, he by Goddard's Denmark, he by Gaines & Cromwell's Denmark, he by the race horse Denmark, he by Imp. Hcdgeforcf. His ad dam u ns by On Time, 3d dam by Ked Liou. I will also stand at same place my fine mule jack to hear the complaint of those whoso A mahogany bay, black inaue"and tail, 16 hands property they had raised. There were a high. Fine saddle stallion, foaled May 15, i833. Sired by the well known saddle stallion Scream- good many here to resist the raise, but er, he by a noted Denmark horse. First dam by a Second GUI, ad dam br Logan's in most cases tho amount was so small Gill, 3d dam by Gill's Vermont. Old Screamer in his day and time was a fine that the parties could not afford to come show horse and has produced a fine lot of saddle to town for the difference it would horses This young stallion has a few coming and yearlings that show fine saddle make. In a great many cases they qualities and are good ones. Screamer will make would raise a man foO and in some cases the season ot 1893 at the stable of his owner on the Dix River and Garrard County turnpike, near as little as So or f 10, making tho differDudderar's Mill, ence of 5 or 10 cents in his taxes, while At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. tho. sheriff gets 50 cents for notifying I will at the same time and place stand my 5 him. The legislature ought take about five minutes of its precious time and do away with the whole business and save the State thousands of dollars of expen At $3 for a mare and $6 for a horse, to insure a liv- se and its people of a like amount of uning colt money due on all seasons when colts come. If mares are traded off or removed from the neigh- necessary trouble. borhood without satisfying me that they are not in Mrs. Whitehead returned Tuesday tool, season becomes duo. Lien retained on colts 'till money b paid. Address from Washington City, accompanied by O. M. SPOONAMOF.E, her father, Gen. Green Clay Smith. Gen. Rowland, Ky. 5 Smith usually spends a vacation here ev ery spring and fall fishing. G. A. Den-haarrived at homo Wednesday morning from the inauguration. Green stay-e- d Denmark Chief will make tho present season at to Bee every thing get a good start. He is much pleased at the way the ad458 ministration is starting off. jear-oldjac- k, SOEBAMEB Mr. James A. Butler, of tliO A. & M. college, was hero a fow days this week. March Prof. Norris gavo ft performance On Standard. Bred by Charles Dunn. will tll tn ill hlrhr-s-t bid SIKED BY ONWAKD CHIEF 4405. dogs Wednesday night. At mn'rtnrV n with his trained Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in I der, some Household and Kitchen Furniture, Mr. G. G. Clark was hero last week Farm Wagon. Plows, Tools, etc., Two Good Milk of 40 Hy Onward 1411, record 2231, sire representing the U. S. Building it Loan Cows, a lot 01 l'nte urown in '21)0 list, also 17 producing sons and 1(J W.A.HAMILTON. Association of Louisville. Near McKlnney, Ky, producing daughter. of Richmond,; Mr. E. E. Mitchell 1st dam Lady Messenger, by Hutchinspent Friday in our town. Richard son's Chcif 12120; 2d dam Klizti Jane, was in Knoxvillo the first of this (dam of Maud Messenger 2 101. Merit 2 37) week. by Gentle Uret'o y 130, sire of Pearl 200, The Academy is having a vacation &c; 3d dam Kitty Hivers, dam of Bcrtlo Spring Wiigons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, known resort, three Wc will this week. Tho winter term closed last miles southsell or rent this well arc ;o acres of Girl 237, by Abdallnh 15, siro of Almont, Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows ol Stanford, There besides Land, Hotel Buildlntr Friday and the spring torm will open on a good astable and other and fie Cottages, water Is Itehnont, Ac.; 4th dam by Hod Jacket, fire and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters,' Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat outhouses. The in this section, as everj one who has vis- of the dam of Kentucky Wilkos 2211, Monday. the best Drills, Threshing Machines. Engines, Saw Mills, Huggy and Wagon give immediate posses- Madison Wilkes There was a social at Mr. Daniel ited it can attest. Will L. SPOONAMORK, 228 and grandma of Harness, Saddles, Fields, Baled Hay, &c. A. sion. Hubble, Ay. Ked Wilkes, So So 2171, Uztle Wilkes Kein's Monday evening, given in honor 4 of his niece, Miss Birdie Kein, of Cov222J, ice. liny horo, heavy mnnc rtnd tall, with ington, who is visiting him". siie; style and tlnlsh, and representing Rev. Walls, of Tulaskl county, is preaching at the Baptist church this soinu of the best trotting families in tho (9-JIIJO- o whole country. Should make a great stock week. The meeting at tho Congrega STAN DA HI), hors-c- . Will inako a pliort tional church closed Friday with six adat our ditions. stable 2j miles west of Stanford, at lllack Stallion; Foaled in 18S4; 1.r, liands Idgli. Mr. J, M. Sullivan is quite sick this 113.' to Insure a Mare in Foal. Sirod by week. Ho is threatened with pneu- Articles to Suit the Most Fastidi- $12.50 Sire of JnvKyo. Sec 2:10, IMmllnt !hI3f. Director 2:17 ami JJS otlioru in the 2..10 monia. Judge R. Boyd, of London, was At samo place a list, and (,'rn'nd oho of Direct , Xaney Hanks 2:01. Lockhart 2:11, and il'l other ous. A complete line of here Tuesday to go before tho Board of in tho 2:iH) lUt. Dictator hy Hamhletonian (ire of Klectloncer, George Wilkes Dc.v ter. etc.) tin in Clara (dam of De.xter 2 17J, Alma 2:2S and Astoria 2:2J) hy Atnerl-ca- n Supervisors. Star 14 (Mru of thu tlnniH of Guy 2:12, Itohert McGregor 2:171, etc.) again Tuesday At $10 to insure The supervisors met FITBX.XC SAKE t ONWARD MESSENGER. Saturday, ml 25, 93 IB o Ko WIEAMIEIN 9 Mc-Ke- Hales Well For Sale Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, DANES THE JEWELER, JIDIOTATOM cBSiBS Dictator Watches, Clocks LARGE MULE JACK, J. A.&S.T. HAUK1S, 1 dam Ai.ick. . . Stanford, Ky, Jewelry Wedgewood 436. This fine saddle stallion will make the season ot 2 dam dam dam And SILVERWARE. PJAH goods sold engraved tree of charge. .'! 1 (sire of Goldsmith Maid .hy Almont 3.1, record 2:3U j. hy Abdullah 2:11, and ltflmont, siro of "Nutwood 2:18) dnin hy Mambrlim Chief 11, out or n daughter of Pilot. Jr (siro of tho dam of Maud S. 2.0S. Almont Mrcd 50 in the 2 'M lift. bv Norman 2.1 ilre of hula 2;11, May Queen 2.20. of tho damn of ".Norval 2.17i. Fanny Hobln-o- u 2.201. Norman Medium 2:20. etc.) hy Moreo Hoi t; Ut dam Slocum marc, by Mngniim llouum. Youu; Twyinan marc, by Coeurdo Leon (llevit). l- - Complicated Watch Repairs and i8j at my stable one mile west of McCormacks McCormacks Church Artistic Engraving a Specialty. Church on the Knob Lick,road, Lincoln Co., Ky, turnpike andTurneravilla at $3 "Your patronage respectfully solicited. Old Twyinan marc, (uutrarcd). George Dictator will make the season of lk at S20 to iiiMiru a living colt. smns mwmmw John B. Castleman. A. C. Lanham ROYAL Insurance Company, OP LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAtf MANAGERS, Denmark Chief. m to Insure a Living Colt '' MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. .; Four distilleries are running in this county. Fishing in Rockcastle river is said to be very fine. The Signal h:ts moved ita ollice to the Welsh store building. Walter Erock and Miss Lizzie were married Friday. The saw mills are ajjain at work and considerable lumber is being gotten out. Mr. Kruejier will have hia patent lime J;iln ready for business about April Lin-vil- le Commerce Building, Louisrille Agents throughout the South. W. A. TBZSBLZ, Local Afftnt, STANFORD, KY. .IF YOU ARE GOING mares parted with or rcmnrcd frora Co., forfeits insurance money. Discription and Pcdigrea. He is a dark bay 13); hands high, heavy mane and tall, very smooth, even turned horse and has Hay talliou, nearly 10 hand high; foaletl lfe'Sfl; bred hy (icorgo F. Kecnc, Shelby vllle, Ky. all the fancy saddle gaits which he transmits vrllh great uniformity. He was sired by Second Jewel Sirod by Old Lo Ornnd, (son of Washington Denmark.) 48, he by Jewtl Denmark (Cunningham) 70, he by 1 dam Black Silk hy Yellow Jacket, a great saddle horx old Washington Denmark 64. old Stonewall 2 dam , 1st dam Lithe Denmark aired by by Drennon. Jackson ;i, he by dam Crustader Ac; ad dam hy Highlander. was sired by Rlfie's Glrncoe, he by Imp Glencoe 3 dam dam a thoroughbred. 3d dam was sired by tho 1.0 Grand hnr been a very Micceodful show horn, having novtir lnen hvatrit in a great old dam Hal and out of a Coppcrbottoiu. ring. Is jwrfectly kind and gentle and is a No. 1 breeder. lt Realitlng the great demand for a first cIam insure a living colt. I alo have Will Maud at stallion I have taken great pains to cross this and 1 resptfu"y lnwte the inspection and horse patroaageof every one wishing to bred to a horse belonging to the most popular and fashionsMc to iuuii a living colt. Which I will Mawl at thu fame place and timo at bred families of his class, as he crosses back to thr Will aturu inarct at $2, but nut for acciilentc acknowledged foundation saddle strains. M. 8. BAUGHMAN, Mares kept any way on liberal terms, but not ' Stanford, Ky. 3 responsible for any accidents should any occur. ad-d- the Season, or S10 to Insure a Living Colt Four Months Old. My tine saddle stallion, hy On Time and out of a StotU'tvnll Jackson marc, will Colts landing good until season money Is paid, make the season at the same lime and plucu at $IO to itftirc a living colt. alo $ Bo Thr Good Joksf SIO J..M.CARTER, JR., Shelby City Ky EDSTG-XjISIEa-: Combined bay stallion, PRINCE, JR., Dy NORTH WEST, SILVER TIP 169. THE HZTJ3SrO?EK;. if hands high: both hind anlWt white. - r i Blackburn, Hubble's Prince, the sire of Brignoli and Joe At $8 to Insure. .Mares parted with forfeits the Insurance. L. D. GARNER, Crab Orchard, Ky. 10th. Mrs. Lela Brown and Miss Bessie McCluro visited your place Wednesday. Louisville 4 Nabhvillc R. R. Judge McOlure went to Louisville yesJ. S BAUuIIMAN. terday. 'T. L. BAUGHMAN. Is the line for you, as Its liev. John Aug. WilliamB, of will open a school of Masonic Standard, No. 713, Day Siallicn, 16 hands ; fjali-13S3. Make close connecUons at instruction in the lodge at this place on the 27th. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI BY For all points. Mrs. L. B. Adams and children are ol OuTimc , first dun br Limber Jim; sec'Son visiting in Garrard. Capt. J. K. Abra- through:tickets SOI.I). THROUGH ond dam by Old Drennon. This handsome sad BAGGAGEtCUKCKKD die stallion will make the season of iS?t at the S. ham was out from Louisville arranging For any information ciquire cf on O. Baughman place, five mile from Danville JOES. HICK. Agent, for starting up the ballast quarry April the neu- Lancaster turnpike, at Stanford, Ky Or W. W. PENN, Trav. Pan. Agent, 1st. About 10 hands will be engaged. to Insure a Living Colt. $10 Junction City, Ky Mrs. A. Petty, of St. Louis, is stopping 'Wo wllla'si stand the a', the 'ewcoinb House for afew months. ..TAKE THE Hugh .Miller goes to Columbia and Insli-vill- e BLACK JACK. SMITH, on business. Little Delia Jones, of jj.t hands high, by I'roctor Knott at is at her Middlenboro, $8 to Insure a Living Colt. Mr. J. J. Williams, at this placo. Mrs. Mares kept at reasonable ratec at oner's risk. rD) tcui5Vittt.MiwAnirrCMimo"Ru(o G. A. Goylc is visiting hor son, M. L. BAUGHMAN BROS., Frazer, Louisville. Danville, Ky. -- "A. J. Sams, near Livingston, has all THE POPULAR AND DIRECT of his coal supply mined by water run-niLINE TO :- -: in a small branch over a huge bed of coal. He has only to take picks and Job Stuart, fire of Kitty I'atchen a aitf, Dark bars and prize out what he wants. No black a 30, is iessn!, and Out .Cross Mambrinon I'atchen,horse, dirt to move. 58) i)i hands high, sired by poV&s First dam Puss I'rall, dam til Lottie Prall a 3, A small fire scare was created a few a ji. lllack Diamond a tgy, and live .J.ady Stout The postiroducing sons and three producing aauniers. iy nights since at the Mark Time, ad dam Cora, by Daniel Webster master piled a lot of waste paper into his In color, sire, style, finish and especially in his let's and feet he is the counterpart ot the old hor.e stove thinking there was no tire iu it. ami like his sire, he impart, his superb finish to Along in the night a blaze shot up from his colts. Visitors, remember tho Motion is the line, with to M.m'jfino Jcb Stuart is a full brother greatest brood Time, the Hub and caused some excitement be- Vestlbulcd Trams, Dining Cars, Palace Chair mare fore age considered, is the that, it burned out. No damage was done Cars, Pullman Huffet bleept-rs- at lowest rate. sire yet before tho public, his ilauf liters hming already produced is Irom i 6J to a if, and the except to tho nerves of property owners For Information address oldest bat eight years old. JAS. 11ARKEK, O. P.'A., Chicago. who know the danger of a tire once unTeh Stuart will make the season of i8jj at W.O. CRUSH, D. P.tA.. Louisville miles north of Stanford, on Dix der headway on the main street of our Mill, 4 Kit er, village. Mr. J. L. Joplin is improving Vowto Insure a Living Oolt. At $30 SEASON 1893. el's property and will move to it Apl. 15. Money due when colt comes or mare sold or bred o another burse. For further inlormation address Mr. W. II. Cox will move to his new HRO S. K. Dl'DDtRAK building in a short time. Mr. C. C. Wil- LEXINGTONDENMARK. , Gilberts Creek, Ky liams is iu Louisville. Mr. It. G. Williams is ut home from Centre College for The Combined Stallion at 815 to Injure The Magnificently Bred Saddle Stallion, a lMyiiitfColt. a few days. Logan Thompson and the new boy are doing well. Miss Fannie McFerran and sister are visiting the famWill make the present nelson at the n tilde of his ily of Sberih" J. M. Jones, this place. west of Stanford, on the Shelby owner, two miles City Pike, at the low priceof Mrs. J. W, Nesbitt is improving. O. W, Tho Standard and ItcgiMcrcd Jennet Jack Rice in moving his saw mill from Free- at SI 5 for Mule and Jennet Colts, and $15 to Insure a Living Colt, $15. dom to James Myers' place, near this S2B Jncks, Samo Tonus. Eagle Bird Is a dark brown, full 16 hands He place. Mr. D. C. Poyntcr has rented bis has a fine mine and tall, with as much style and action as any horse in Kentucky. As a unilorm dwelling and will board. For Full Duscripton and Kxtended breeder ol high styled, high finished, fine colored colts he is not surpassed by any home within our call on or address, knowledge. THE WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE. He was sired by the giutt King Eagle, winner THE SILVER KING. Har-rodsbu- rg Double Daily Trains SIRED - SILVER KING grand-father'- s, -- by Davy Crocket, son uf Dtnn)'t Drennon, by Imp. Drcntioa. the best saddle mare escr in Oarratd ( o. by Highlander. a dam.... Abdallah MrtHMiger fe ol Hnyllsh Hunter) it by Messenger Chicl (rirr f Maud Mcttrngrr t if ol Von sol. lit in . . . .. Living- - Colt. .lake amii and . inters better than a ana run Utm tSusie10 '.oy oiuntrcr .;i,dam (fjs. sireItlvertlir Amis a lyH d rl Klllv man xl nrotnur j otners neticrby a in, Mnatenger iAJ.,) Alexander's Abdallah (sire of Oeldsmith Maid a i and the matt prepotent Money due when colt is foaled or c parted son orK)d)k't Ilaniuirtoman.) with, mated out of the county or bred to another ....,. by Ited Jaesit, isire of the dam of Kentucky Wlllrt horse. Patturage furnithiyl marcs from a distance I dam t ii and of the g. d. of Ited WiUei) by Comet at J per mouth. Due earn will to taken 10 a tun of Shrriran Morgan, tire of Vermont s accidimts and escapes, but iu no event will lllack Hawk, lounder of the Morgan tsinny, we br responsible tor cither. the grcati'st family of roadsters In the w?ud Peiligrw: SilverTip was sired by Silver King, I will stand Kaglish Hunter the season of ito) !tt my stable i tnilrt from Viilbv Clty.on the Knuti he by On Time, he bv Stotirwall Jackson. tdck and 'lurnerille pike-- at $l inlusiirea living cult. Money due wheucolt It foaled cr male First dam by SkcdaJdle. by Ollscr, son of Vag parted with. I w III also stand the excellent )uung Jack, I. ion oner; second dim by Red Silver King's dam was Motile Mounce, sired hy Cahbcll's Lexington, son of Iltocd's lllack Hawk, ad dam by Young America, son of Taylor's Mes , sengcr. Skedaddle's 1st dam by id d.im Trumpt-terheasv one good style and ctlta lenrth Sited I y Three years old, 6 handt higb, with white jd dam A rain Description: Silver Pip was foaled Mays, l88'i the champion lack, Torn Kccne, by Kubc Itilllngtcn, he by Clark's Mammoth, he hy Wight's Mai is a beautiful red lay, n', hands high, tint, mane moth, lir by Alarlngo Mammoth. Turn Krene't dam by Col Kpsom, be by Kpsom't Montgomciy, hy and nil, which lie carries to perfection. Wo claim Cole's Montgomery, by Old lllack Saiiiion 'loin Kcene't tecund dam hy Nlogul, by Compromise, by loi this young stallion that he has more natural Tlppecanrv, by lllack Hawk, by Imp tVarnor (Sov. St. John's dnm Dolly Woods, by Tully's War. style and action than any stallion 111 the country nor, her dam an Imported jennet The stove finely bred yourg jack, whose Wood lines trace twice to In a word, he u a model in form and ns a saddle thegrcat Warrior Uluily and lo the noted lllack Hawk, the greatest of the Warrior family, with an horse. It can be readily seen that this is one ol infutlon nf fresh imported Mood close up, should provo a grrat breeder Theic will also bit Mime til Ins the fanciest bred saddle stallions in the Statt'.with last year's get in tho neighborhood to show for themselves. Will utu at $10 to inturt a living all the tery best saddle blood coursing through his to approved mar 01 and $15 for jennets, without ditlnctlon as to set of progeny scins, backed up on !oih sides by thoroughbreds. B. F. POWELL. In addition to this stallion's saddle qualities, he has a bold, open tret, which eminently rccom. mends him as a sire cf high class combined horses. We can readilv recommend him as a tine ...... .. .1.1 .. ill I f.- - U.. .I....I .V...UII IIU 1.1.1 .! ,1111 II, Will Ut III. IIIIIU KIVKUII. colts will compare favorably w Ith the get of any horse in the country. This handsome sadd stallion ill make the season of i5 at the stable of lleailcy IVros., one mile west ot Stanford on the Iluilonril.e turn, pike, (Urn the Wm. I.usk laddie mare -- 31V VUDVJI.Vir MlCtftiJSXCrTClt- At $15 to Insure a ni.-ir- !.! in. - -- '..... prr-ve- nt , DTOTSKHSfaaia Mt-doc- sot. QH3sr0 , ..- .. JEB STUART. ny BEASLEY BR03. W. H. HAYS. NABODTM llOO IB, r post-oflic- e. CHICAGO, WEST NOBTH'WIESST. WORLD'S FAIR , GILT EDGE 261. Registered By Second Jewel 48. Dam hy Old Stonewall Jackwn. This fancy saddle stallion will make the season mile from Milledgesllle, nfi&nat ourMahln Lincoln county, Ky , on the Stanford and Mil ledgcville pike Owing tn the scaruty of money, we win tuna mm At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when the colt ccmes or mare parted with. Mares yiacd or fed at reasonable prices. Not reiponslhlefiir accidents should any occur. dllt Kdge it a beautiful red sorrel, flaxy mane and uil, is hands t inches high; was foaled Sept. C, i&So, and is a perfect saddle horse. ear-oand took Gilt Kdge was showed us a tho sweepstake premium at KirLsvilte and Dan Those vllleand In his ow n ring at Harrodsburg who want to bleed to a good saddle stallion nre cordially invited to look at our horse and tee him move. He was sired by Second Jewel, ho by Cunning hsm's Jewel, be by old Washington Denmark His tint dam Minnie by McDonald's llalcorn. Second dam by Wells' Crusader, his ut dam by Stonewall Jackson, he by Washington Denmark, he by II lack Denmark, his tst dam by Crusader he by Old Whip, zd dam a Rocky Mountain mare. Dud-deia- r's OF daughter. Standard Itulc G I'ecord 2:21 J, mado in third heat iu race at Kvan'.vlllc, 1ml. Has trottud iiile in 2:10; will go in 2:1 lhisficaou. Will remain iu stud till June bt ami then go back in training. Sired by Waltingham 91011, (sdre of Latitude 2: 10l and 7 or ft other iu the list.) dam Tinsel by Mtx'iiger Duroc 100, son of Hamlltouiau ami iro of Kl- aine2:20, the dam of Nnrlaine, yearling record 2:31 j, 2 dam l!os Sihter to.lamet Howell, Jr., by Ilamiltonhtu 10. hire of Dex ter 2: I7. 3 dam .lu'u Sayre by Harry Clay 15, w of thodamii of St.Jtilien 2: 11 J, Ikvlnm uo troltei; alto ': iiij, ami - miiru imii uiive produced hire of the dam of Electioneer, nins of ."0 iu the 2:30 lUt. I. dam hy I.iliertv, con of Lance, by American Kclic. WaMngham 2100, sire of Naboth, is one of tho youngest nous of George WilkcH 51,uconl2:22, who sired Harry Wilkes 2:13, Guy Wilkes 2:15, Mike Wilkes 2 15, Wilcox 2:10, ami 02 others iu 2:30 list; alio 11 producing bOn-- and 10 toducing 1 iT e, Noru. Naboth is n hay hor.-- 10 hands high, foaled .lime 28, 1S88. His pedigree contains the Mood of Hamhletonian, George Wilkes, Mamhriuo Chief. Pilot, Jr , and Harry Clay. $40 to insure a living colt. A-- giW&JB, 1 EAGLE BIRD IMF2CROH 27. fr Saddle Stallion. Hay horse, 1")J hails high, 3 white feet, heavy mano and tail, lino style and action. Sired by Woodford Denmark dam hy King "Willium. 2 (lain by Goddard'is Sumpter Denmark. 3 dam a thoroughbred. $15 to insure a living coll. G-ttA.TDl- IBIKlliSJtlK. by George W. t MADISON SANDIDOE& SON, S Mllledgeville Ky. Seal brown stallion, SIUKD I1Y IHCD 1) 1 hands high, foaled 1SS5; bred Haute, liul. WILKES 1710. 15 WILKES,. , & Carico, Terra IVtl-iRr- Eisra-EK,I will stand . dnm Nellie by Holt. of more than 40 premiums. First dam by Star Eagle, best sou of Cabbell't Tho O. H. it D. and Motion Between Cmnclnnatl and Chicago. Lesington.) The superior train service and fast time of the ad dam by Hamlet Denmark, ;son of Washingtrains from Cincinnati and Chicago via the C II. ton Denmark dam by Harris Denmark, sin of Miller's & I), and Monon,farn for that lino the title of the "World's Fair Route,1' Jtis the only line running Denmark. model ring Pullman safety vestlbuled trains and dining-car- s Kinj; Eagle was never between Ciucinnati and Chicago and the sleepers by horst, mare or gelding. Sired by Black Siiuirrel 1st damthr damol and compartment cars are the acme of Pullman sire of Black Diamond and Monte Christo by Black WII- - construction and representative of the World's Mark fair, as duplicates ot these trams will be on exA Uuildiue. Care wilt be taken to prevent accidents, but not hibition In the Transportation any occur, rarnng witn mare World's Fair Album will be sent to any address responsible shoula positively forfeits insurance. Grass furnished at south of the Ohm River for ten cents in stamps; to any address north of the Ohio Kiver for fifteen Si per month For albums, rates and imlorma-tio- n I will also stand a good mule jack at $8 to insure cents Iu stamps regarding a World's Fair trip address K. O. B. P. WOODS, McCormick, fi. P & T. Ast., "World's Fair ufcid.Ky, . Route," 200 West 4th Street Cincinnati Uhlo. I. S. TEVIS, uiyjack, Ranger, the present 7 iXear) Shelby City. Ky. 3cerK ji 1 .... at my place i'i miles west of Hustouville, llradfurdsville pike, by Copperboltom. dam Lucy (sire of L'ed Hollo 2:11. Prince Wilkes 2:1 P, A Hie Wilkes ' 15 lied Wilkes 0 other- - in 2::'0, eleven iu 2:20; 2S in 1801 bv Geirto season Phil Thompson 2:l(U,nd ' Wilkes 510; 1 dnm Queen Dido by Mambrino Chief 11, ote. on the Bolt, hy AlexnnderhH Abdallah 15 tslru of Almont, llelmont, etc; 1 dam by Grey 2 17-1- Kagle. At $8 to Insure a Living Oolt. Lien retained on colt tilt season is paid. Hanger is 15H hands high, black ith white points. Ilrcd and raised by W. II. Carpenter, of NewmiJdlclon, Tcnn., and Is registered in the llrreders' Association ol Nashville, Tcnn. Hula a tine performer and sure foal getter. Grady Wilkes is by one of the greatest living slrco, is kind and gentle and has quently fbowii a 2:.'!0 gait. Will make the reason at to itisttio a living-toll- $5 fre- . Ha-el- e. lain t , music of v.. nu.illt J. sheet.1.11.,.. ... thu latest, most pop. .! Indf . ......... lUiuraiiu ijwi.iiiiup ....I ........ ... rilmi.iiti.1 ! nloces. nil kronen In tile nicnti'lenaiit iunii'Ilr, .WU1UU111K ...... UlIK" .(u i.nrlr.lt. .... .....I ri.. "- "" : i ............it.. Him .ikjinlariilHitiM.r? 1'juierowss.t thttttrvsta.t planlstt Adella rt.ttt.and Mrs). ; Dion Huitcltuiilt. the JMipularbe.ijty. all orders to NKW YORK ECHO. Uroadwur Theatre Itulldliif. N. 1 . AA worth fir lovely music lor ionv SIU.UU pi.nta. nil unites, full site, best w.... Ail-dre- J. W. POWELL, $ Saddle Stallion. Hy Silver King ami nut of a Gray Kagle mare. Ho Is a dark gray and a lino diow horse. Will ntaud at $10 to insure a living colt. I also have Four Fine that will stand at 1() to Insure. of Hustouville on Morelam! and Carpunter'b Sltitlon pike. Stable two miles hand-som- e Jacks J. K. BAUGHMAN, a OMC8i5X8SCHKC8atO Hiistonvllle, Ky. Hustonville, Ky. ' . U 'a f fc.v MB.P.il-J- l