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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893033101 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. rv j" V 1 - m 1 v5- -- ' ( Semi Weekly Interior vol. XXI. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. ( M. Journal NO. 9 Tore our Store to pieces and Thousands of dollars worth of goods, but vc arc STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. MARCH 31. 1893. DANVILLE. liiBt Mis. James K. Bruce and Mrs. Fannie Green, of Stanford, attended tho funeral of tlieir kinswoman, Mrs. Mary Young, Wednesday. report of tielimiuentH. John Tolliver was lined fit 00 in the Hucuely entertained Mr. anil Mrs. Tuesday for using abusive :W of tlieir youiu? friomid liit police-courabout Tluirnday uvunini; in honor of Mies language toward a white woman, wlio MyMiru French, Mrri. Hunuelj's tlnivr, owed him for carrying her to tho depot t Moore, Born, to tho wifu Thursday, n boy. n in Dr. 1'. A. Pennington n visit. Mr. 0. W. Leuter is Mt Mt. Vernon. Tlio IChninel family, of TennecHee, tnufiical concert at Academy Hull Kiivo last Friday evening. Tlio county court in in Bunion a part of lst week to receive tho BUunfTti A. Knox-vllluovia-itit- S. W. gia. Hatter lias returned from a visit to his married daughter, in GeorMr. John Huguely, of this piaoe, sold his distillery in Mercer county to Deats Hnd Jvleliu, of Nelson county, for Sl.'i.OOO. ir MeFsrs. Goodloo nnd Boiles, upon reading which thov concluded that tlio Danville ordinance was a conflict with the law of Congress regulntluir commerce between tho States, is that of Bobbins vs. the taxing district of Tennessee in Davis' Beports of tho October term 18S0. Liter. Tho town authorities agree to give Mulcahy $100 to pay his lawyers, his guard and for his loss of time. There will be no suit for damages and tlto whole matter will bo dropped. Soma Notes From Somerset. It becomes my duty as well as pleas-urtwice n year to visit the good people o from Iticliinouil, wlio ia visiting her. Tlio Hexameter Club, of tho Inti-tute- , nvo an entertainment last Friday evening at the courtdiousu. It ia of tho yoiinn nien of nchool wlio are bIx feet or over. Tliern aro 'M mem-IteMrs. com-joe- d Jaim's Croak more fell laitt Sun-Ja- y ceri-oual- near tho Baptist Inatitutu ninl hut not danj;erou8ly liurt herself. Hh was already a cripple and her rmtcu dipped, cuurIuk her to fall oir tho side walk. Gen. Green Clay Smith tilled the Huptial pulpit Sunday morning mid evening. His Hubject at niht woh and tlio general believea the iimo will soon come when the Catholica will attempt to overthrow our government and eatabllHh a papal government tantvad. Tlio W. 0. T. V. jravo an open nuet-hiat thu Christian church last fiunday aflernoou. The exercisea consisted of aayB and addreax'H by ita members and recitations by tho children of tho loyal Tliero wafl a lare crowd prea-nIt is altnoat impossible to wtitnato tho nwxl thesa women aro doinR. man was On last Friday n youn aeoKoveral of our merchants, around to buying variotm articles from them, Kivinjj checka and paying ho was a atudent in the Institute, but upon investigation it was found that hia checks wero no gocnl and that no one know him. Ho made hia escape, leaving several wiser but poorer by their acquaintance witli him. Miaa Hill, of Knoxville, is visiting her uncle, Mr. It. I). Mil. Charles Fin-lleft Sunday morning for a trip thro Central Kentucky in the interest of tlto I'roctor Coal Co. Meusta. llarry Jones and (J. C. Mooro have opened up agents' furnishing Htote on Main street. Miss Belle Dunham has iter new Htom building, next to tho Ladies' Bazar, almost complete. Tho Times of this place and tho Ad of Jellico, are having a conslderablo war of words over tho mob question. We are glad to noto Bro. Den ham's fearless denouncement of mobs in thii section, where public sentiment seems to be somewhat in their favor. .Mr. Ujnhatn will taku the side of tho right if tho world be aguinst him, as ho hss shown by the stand he lias taken in politics in tills section. y "Ho-manian- i" K in ids barouche. W. It. Smith, who has been in tlio employ of the Idol A I'roctor Co. for three or four months, was arretted here Wednesday and taken to Stanford to answer a charge of omher.Kelmeiit committed in Lincoln couuty. Idol A I'roctor deal in sowing machines and musical instruments And it was for money collected from the sale of such goods, and not paid over, that Smith was arrested. He is about - years old and has a wifo. He claims to have come hero from Bud'alo, I'- lion. t. N. Y. Mis. Mary K. Yoiini;, widow of JudgD T. 1. Young, died Monday even ing, after a long illness of a bronchial affection. If Mrs. Young had lived until Wednesday she would have been 70 years old. Before her marriage she was see how the .nachinery works. Mis Moran, of Madison county. Her onOn the 27th, Frank Frederick wsb ly living child is Mrs. Kdward Flaig, of tried in Judge Myers' court before a juthis place. The funeral took place Wed- ry do idiota inquirendo our informant nesday at :i o'clock from her late resi- ia responsible for tho term, and lience. Tho religious services were con- was found nou compos mentis and startducted by her p.itor, Be v. O. B. 11. ed to the Anchorage Asvlum with DepMartin, of tho Second I'resbyterian uty Sheritr Dre. church. By reason of the many exemptions There ia an ordinance of the town of under the now constitution, tho levy of Danville, passed in 1877, which reads as tho last October fiscal court for this counfollows "All dealers, ottier than bona ty was not sufficient to meet expenses; tide merchants and residents of the town therefore, on Monday, 27th, it being listed for ad valorem tax, shall pay a tax county cotut day, it was decided to hold and license fee as hereinafter specified, a special term, compo9edjof the county viz: of Somerset to give them an opportunity of subscribing, as well as renewing their subscriptions to the old reliable Intkri-m- t Jouiin'au I Bay old reliable, because that is what my good friend, William Catron termed it when ho called me iu and slipped a couple of "slugs" in my hand for another year's subscription. There nra other reasons that I might give why Mr. Catron's words were apLIBERTY. propriate, but they aro so clearly apparSuffering from the dregs of a regular ent that I deem it useless to report. Some how or other I look fomard to Texas chill to day, will account for tho insipidness of your correspondent's let- my trips to Somerset an really wouldn't care if business called mo tliero more ter. The recapitulation of tlio ii'seegor'u frequently. 1 invariably do a good busboo kH for Casey couuty was sent by iness anil never fail to meet with a County Clerk G. A. Prewitt to the aud- warm welcome from my many acquaintitor on thu 21 th Inst. Who ia ahead of ances nnd friends. It is indeed refreshing to be treated as I nm in Pulaski's him? Since my laat renort marriage licens- capital, and it goes a long ways towards es have been Issued to Henry Saliiers, of making tho life of tlio newspaper itiner-au- t ploasaut notwithstanding the unHumphrey, and Mbm Mary Hlizi Truspleasantness of "dunning" your best ty, of Fishing Creek; also to W. C. d Mis? Siism F. Wethington, friend for a year's subscription. Somerset has not been idle since my both of Carey's Creek. -- We once more call the attention of last visit, but on tho contrary, a good thu readers of the Jol'k.vai, to the fact amount of building and improvement has that next Monday, April ;, is the first been going on. Both dwelling and buslay of tho first trm of the Casey circuit iness houses are in demand and a promcourunder the now constitution and a inent contractor told mo that lots of large crowd is expected on that day to building would bo done this spring nnd 1 Weth-ingtonan- THE CYCLONE isecl. Elmvmymmt WW; m AGAIN TO THE FRONT, And ready to wait on the trade. more's CHEAPER Than EVER SOT lilT mry wv.rw mmt Wc can now ce found at Jim e store-hous- in rw v0 goods Where ww TOWN m can be bought Damaged goods at your own price. "" STEPHENS & ZNOX. i Dealers in clothing, dry goods, toots and shoes, hats and caps, $100. Any person wlio shall violate this ordinance by selling, or offering to sell, with out liceiiHo hero follows a list of the goods above mentioned), shall be fined for each offense $100." One day last week M. J. Mulcahy, representing tlio Plymouth Bock Pants Co., of Boston, Mihs., rame to Danville and Btopping at tlio Gilcher House, for several days sold nil the pants, Ac. , he could without license and refused to got a license when it was suggested to him to do so. There was considerable talk mid considerable cotiiplalninc included in said talk on the pirt of merchants and citizens. Said merclnuU in regard to the "carryings on" of Mulcahy, "Why isn't lie arrested?" and simiin the d lar remarks were heard with nmv frequency. Finally merchants interested induced si'voral persons who had made purchases to yn before the police judge and make atlldavit to the fact, whercup on three warrants v:ero issued against HUSTONVILLE. Mulcahy and lie was brought into eourt for trial. He declined to employ a lawMrs. Mollie Williams will leave toyer and mndo no defense to tho charges, morrow to mako her daughter, Mrs. were sustained by amplo testimoOldson, of Farie, a short visit. Dr. Jim which ny. No decisions or other authorities Hllle, after spending a few days with tho were introduced. Tliero was no law beliomefolks, lias returned to Coylngton. fore th court, savo the ordinance above where ho has begun tho practice- of his quoted; so Mr. Mulcahy was lined fF0 profession. and costs in each of the three cases, all Misses Mary and Birdie Carpenter three of the judgments amounting to returned from Cincinnati .Sunday. Misi JolUiO. Tho court explained to tlio de Birdie has been away aoveral months nud Misi fendant that ho could either pay the attending n medical school judgments, replevy them, take an appeal Mary had gono to visit and to get a few to a higher court or go to tlio workitems upon a particular branch of nrtists house. Ho said ho would go to tho work. Miss Mary is devoted to her but on the way thither in profession and it is said by tbosa who judge that her paint charge of an oiliccr, stopped and had a are in a position to consultation with Attorneys It. P. Jaings show that she 1ms no meagre allow- - j cobs and C. It. McDowell, after which it i ance of talent. - was agreed between the gentlemen namMr. and Mrs. Jlugh Logan nro er- ed and W. O. Goodloe, the town attorpected home from Ixmcviow, Ala., in a ney, that Mulcahy should remain under Mr. and few days. It ia probable tint guard at the hotel until Mr. McDowell Mrs. Adams and littlo Murray will ac- returned from Louisville, where he was company thorn. Mrs. Bradley and Mrs. to go to apply to Judge Barr, of tho U. John Good linvo returned from Louis- S. court, for a writ of habeas corpus. Mr. Bur-giville. Mr. Kd Owens and bride, of McDowell returned from Louisville on aro visiting relatives and friends Tuesday uight without tho writ, but here. Mina M. S. Logan has returned with a blank application for Mulcahy to from Cincinnati andia displaying a beau- sign atid swear to, which would undoubttiful lino of Faster (please don't say edly have caused its issuance. About goods. Mrs. W. M. Bogle, of Chat- 10 o'clock Wednesday Mulcahy, accomtanooga, visited at Mrs. Bogle's this panied by his guard and his attorney, stopped in week. Miss Cora Peacock McDowell, cauio into thu police judge's town Sunday to see her aunt, Mrs. J. B. oflice, surrendered himself and was sent Oreen. She had just come from to tho work house. About 112 o'clock, Teun., and was on hor way to Stan- Town Attorney Goodloe and Attorney ford with Mr. W. II. Miller, which C. II. Bodes, who ia also town clerk, pleasant homo she will rondor brighter came also into the judge's oflice and say by her presence in the future, na I un- ing they had found several decisions of derstand that Mr. and Mrs. Miller are Unites States courts which would make anxious to have her mako her home the enforcement of the quoted Dunvillu with them and that Mr. Peacock has ordinnnco impossible, moved to set aside his entrant for hor to do so. the judgnionts against Mu'cahy and teuiplo at Salt grant a new trial. The court sustained Tlio great Mormon of this motion, when Mr. Goodloo then Lako City, which has been in course nearly 40 years, and which moved to dismiss tlio prosecutions with construction bo dedi; out prejudice. This motion was also has cost nearly f 4,000,000, will after which Mulcahy was set 0, with appropriate ceremo-jiie- sustained, ated April nt liberty. Once at liberty of course tho It is expected 100,00'J Mormons habeas corpus proceedings were dropvisit tho city, and tlio dedication will ped, but it is generally supposed that will bo repeated for 10 days. was shot from am- Mulcahy will sue thu town for damages Wm. Douglas couuty. by in the event of an agreeable compromise bush and killed, in Warren no apparent not being oflerod him. Wm. Spencer. Thoro was The principal case discovered by cause for the deed. ey vance-Sentine- l, 1 work-house, n, Kis-tern- judge and magistrate?, on Saturday, April 1st, to devise ays and means to meet the deficiency. Mrs. Bettio Hoskins and Mibs Jennie Kllis, of Boiling Fork, havo just returned home, after an extended visit to Mrs. Dollio Prewitt and Mrs. Melissa Adams. Mis. Adams reports having a fine timo with them angling after the finny tribe, notwithstanding the Inclemency of thu weather part of tlio time, during their visit. Miss Juli.i Myer-f- of Carpenter's Creek, after a week's visit to her brother, Judge Win. M. Myers, has returned home. We are happy to state that Marion K. Humphrey, who has bet-- a had cripple for m )(! tMiu a ye.tr and had some of the heatsnigtfons in the V. S. treatiug his injured leg, has lntely indicated a marked improvement iu his condition. In the past week lie has made several pedestrian excursions to the county judge's residence, and almost forgot that He has also lie had to use crutches. lately taken several flying trips up Carpenter's Creek, with the plausible excuse that ho was visiting It is uncle, David Humphrey. Sometimes certain attractions are more efficacious iu healing the lame, the halt nnd the sick than nauseous drugs, or tlio assistance of it surgeon. , n LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. ) Car-dii- r, giv--e- n e. J. 1). Pitman has just returned from Cincinnati. Sells A Benfro's circus aro putting up posters and will exhibit here shortly. Business is dull and if the weather was a little warmer it would bo a good time for fishing. Undo Joshua Potter, of colo who has been out West for several yoars, returned Tuesday and says there ia no no place like old Laurel. Mrs. Nora Hays, nee Lovelace, of Indiana, is ou a visit to homofolks here. Jailer Lovell is very sick. Gran Johnson is suffering with a carbuncle. Geo. Mason is better. J. T. Brown is erecting n commodi-ou- r sheet iron ward houao back of his store. Blackpmith Jerry Stringer is building a large shop iu tlio rear of the Thompson property. W. II. Havward and wifo arrived on Tuesday evening from their wedding tour in the South. A. B. Biown, our circuit clerk, was in Stanford and Lancaster Tuesday. Tho infant of Henry Thompson is very sick and not expected to live. Mr. Mo. Fitzgerald's little girl is quite ill. The supervisors of tax aro through with tlieir work after increasing amount of taxable proporty about 53,000. They were at work It days and tho amount the State will havo to pay them is f FJtf. The volcano of San Martin, in MexiTim amount of revenue this will bring co, is now in'h state of eruption, after to the State is about $100. This is a good having beon extinct for more than a ceninstitution indeed tury. Tlio volcano is situated in tho A bill has beon introduced in the midst of a populous agricultural district, Minnesota legislature prohibiting China- wheso inhabitants havo fled to a place of men hereafter "from wearing theirshirta safety. The report of tho superintendent of outside their pauts," and requiring them the Feeble Minded Institute shows that to "dress as same aa other people." Henry Starr and a notorious crimi- there are 100 pupils. In the last 6 years nal named Newcomb,, remnants of the about 43 per cent, of the pupils have Daltoagang, robbed tlio Canoy, Kaa., been discharged as able to support them- ! selves. Bank of $4,000 and escaped. g court-hous1 summer. Circuit Court convened Monday and an unusually largo crowd was present. A good many lawyers are in attendance and the docket is a heavy one. Britton, the man who waylaid nnd shot Dan Norlleet, was tried Tuesday, when he was given four years in tho penitentiary. Kx Mayor Higgins, for detaining Miss Woods, will not be tried this court, but New stock, styles and shades. will get a change of venue, it is thought. One of his attorneys told mo that he would either be tried in Lincoln or Boyle. J. D.Swain, formerly of Stanford, has Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, formed a partnerahip with his wife nnd built a splendid store-roobetween Landreth's Garden Seed at Somerset proper nnd South Somerset and opened a first class dry goods aud clothing store. Tho firm name in J. D. New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Swain & Co, Hnd they are doing n mighty good business. Geo. Ryan, formerly of Iluslonville, is one of the four H. D. KING. GEORGE n. PREWITT. clerks. The Reporter, John S. Van Winkle and proprietor, will soon move into new quarters, diagonally across tho street MORELAND, KY., from its present location. Mr.IVanWin-kl- e Wc have opened up a nice line ol is very much pleased with the newspaper hnsiness and is quite popular with tho Pulnskians. Mr. S untie' Newell, president! the First National Bank, will resign in a few We paid spot cash for these goo Is bought them where we could get davs. It is more than probable that Mr. the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, Jack Richardson, who lias been connect- which enables us to make very low prices. Bises of steel nails $2 per ed with the bank for years, will succeed keg, do. wire nails S2.30, coal oil 10c per gal. with all other goods in him. proportion. The enterprising firm of Crawford A Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you Co .clever Andy Crawford at tho head, money is building a business hniuo KgX5 Cotton mnles, 2 pr. broke mules and nic saddle horse for sale. just below the present location and will move into it Jan. 1st. 2c Mr. Sim Hicks, who lived at Stanford years ago, and who lias been mayor, police judge and most everything else, has forsaken such arduous duties and now spends his timo with three stallions out out at tho fair grounds, serving tho community, Ac. Ho is standing tlio fine stallion, Rex, by Silver King, the prop.Arc invited to. erty of L. II. Pryor, of Lincoln. I noticed with much pleasure thnt Goocli A Gooch, both from tho Waynes-burend of our county, nro doing a splendid grocery business in Somerset. .Our store and see the great. They havo gotton the confidence of the best people and that witli their motto of selling the best goods for tho least money, has launched them into a trade second to none iu tho town. Made in the display of our immense stock of R. G. Hail, who sold his residence and made nice money by it, is. with his wifo .A-IRJPETand bright son, boarding at Mr. Ed S Bob is doing well and besides Poarch's. filling most creditably the position of Matting, &c, in the new room in the teller in the Somersot Banking Co.'s business, is making a good deal of pin money out of life insurance. Miss Stone, Bister of Messrs. J. Bcylo The former Carpet Department has been shelved for our large Sho and Georgo E. Stono, of Liberty, gave a e For Gents', Ladies' and recital at the Tuesday night, stock, which is second to none anywhere. which was highly spoken of by those Children's who attended. Fletch Gray, who was killed in tho yard at Somersst nnd buried nt that place Tuesday, was a brother of Mr. J. P. Come and sec us. Gray, n warm friend of this paper and a particular friend of tho writer. Tho procession to the grave was the longest seen in Somerset for years and the beautiful floral decorations Bent by his many MEN'S AND BOY'S friends literally covered the grave of the unfortunate man. E. O. W. SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL PAPER I ALABASTINE Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. Wo Bo MIIWB1EBTO9- ed-it- KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Dry Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, two-stor- y KI2TG FM3WITT. YOU IMPROVEMENT c BASEMENT Fine Footwear, CLOTHING! New Stock, H. New Styles3 Sr. JUST IN J McROBERTS. . vA C' ',4fpi(iH55iN - .r. rf . ?w ?pj ' -- r JS! 7 oooooooo ' It .The waollcit. Pill in tho World.! Q of rvcrultln:; health NYE ON HIS TIUVELS. HIS PEN FALTERS WHEN HE WRITES OF THE ROYAL GORGE. I la llrer affections, nick healaclie, 1 jb-pentla, llatuloncr, heartburn, bilious .colic, eruptions of the akin, nntl all ) trouble of tha bowels, their curative cflTecttiaremarTcloud. Thcyareacor-ircctlvoasirc- U as a rjentlo cathartics t Very small and easy to take rrlcr, Tiiay Liver Fi!3s ODlco, TOTTS THE S30RET Li discovered InA o A V tOc ail&411,arklUcp,N.Y. DO YOU EXPECT TO BECOME A MOTHER ? "Mothers' Friend" makes child birth easy. Assists Nature, Lessens Danger, tad Shorten! Labor. I. with her other children than she did all together with her last, after having used four bottlee of MOTHEB'S FRIEND," ays a customer. Henderson Dale, Druggist, Camri, HI. Sent by express on receipt of price, $1,60 per bottle. Hook" To Mothers "mailed free. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., ATLAITTSm OX FOR tut BY Alt DRUGGISTS. "My wife suffered moro in ten minutes TABLERSPII C BUGKEYELlLC OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, A SURE Tnptrti known for 18 years as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. by R1CIIABDS05 HEmtTXE ST. CO.. and CERTAIN CURE LOftS. The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Chronic Disease Specialist in the State. :::JlHr, fi"Wr iS UUMUilutelldHllkf . l tB ' "jffinikP 5" "" J. S. APPLEMAN M. D. THE CEI.EHRATED English. Specialist, Formerly 1'iolessorof Practice of Medicine, Electrical Medical College, TORONTO, CANADA, Now Kxarmning Ihsician of the Southern Medical Institute, LOUISVILLE, KV. Will be at Myers House, Stanford Tuesday, April 25, one 1 day only. Returning every lour weeks during the rear. Dr. Appleman is a graduatecf Bellevue Hospil-a- t Medical College, New York City, and the Elec- rical Medical College, Toronto, Canada. He has Made a special study tit the diseases he treated in the great llellevue and Charity Hospital (or several years and recognUeanosuperior in diagnosing and treating Chronic Diseases. He devotes all his time to the treatment of chronic and nervous diseases of both sexes and his skill as an expert in Treat, mic this class of cases is well established cesslully, and Permanently Cures Acute and Chrcnic Catarrh, Ringing in Ears Deafness, Diseases of Lye, Ear, Nose, Throat Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and Madder troubles. Hnght's Disease, Di.beteo, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Rheumatism aud Paralysis, Epilepsy or Kit positively cured. Younger middle aged men suffering from lmpotency, Eruptions, the results of call bclcre It is too lite errors or excesses, sbi-ulsv'e gurantee a cure if chc has not gone too far unrrlluous hair and all eruptions of the face ' permanently removed. a, Blood and Skin Diseases. As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, "tc. cured by never failing remedies. I.eucorrhea, painful Diseases ot women, such Menstruation. Displacement ot Womb, bearing down pains ill Lack, relieved In short time. 1 he Doctor carries nil his portable instruments and comes prepared to examine the most obscure medical and s.irgual cases. He undirtakes no incurable diseases but cures hundreds givenuptodie. CONSULTATION FREE And Confidential. Addies M J S AITLKMAN, D, Louisville, Ky osTisquaiiii. BISTIXqUUTT. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE. GUARANTEED. FOR 20 YEARS BUBABPSfl rrMr SOLD EVERYWHERE. MC18. KIDIUXE 10., ST. y Aspen and Leadvillo on account of tho Sirs. Lconnnl Wvlirr'w Prnrtlrul hyperclimatic conditions there. They Dora Wlirclrr Kelth ittul Hrr gasp and becomo giddy, and sometimes Art Work Ir. OIrii )iiiaiiii.a I'loneor unconsciousness follows. In tlif rnsrtlrc of lienlal Surgrry. Dr. Dugan was onco in tho andienco when it was suddenly discovered that (Copyright, ISO, by American Pivm Westward Ho, March. queen of tho bnllet had becomo unIn comments of tho pros upon noted Did you ever neo a porter on n Bleep- tho conscious in her undressing room. Ho women and their work thero aro some ing car mnko up n berth? It does not wns summoned. Around him ho found names which occur with sjecial frelook liko anything hard to do, and yet if you try to mnko up 20 berths and hnvo 20 or moro dansonses ready to faint and quency. The movements, achievements thorn look tidy you will find that great clustered about tho head of tho ballet, and pers(tml peculiarities of theso wombeads of perspiration aro pouring down who lay thero gasping in her rich mo- an are dwolt ujwn so freely nnd jersist-entl- y costume. Ho looked nt her a hearthat one gets almost tired from your brow. I am watching ono at ment, as the physician might havo dono ing their praises sounded. Their of reputahis work as I write I lovo to sit in n car 80 years ago when ho told tho mother it tions havo been well earned, and no ono this way, with a tablo, and writo on nnd was a girl. Then ho called for a bucket would beok to depreciate their imporon indefinitely with an earnest nir, as water, and inn moment life nnd health tance ns pioueerain tho progress of worn- ono might if ho wero putting n summer of returned to all tho dancers. They wero on the universe. kitchen i real well nnd glad to go on with their , r 'v work. Tho dress of premier dnnseuso often costs thousands of dollars, but is moro fitted for a honso dress than anything elso. It would Ivo a poor eo&tumo to uso in climbing Pike's peak. In 1SC3 an nvalancho camo down the mountains, filling tho valley with snow and improved tnrm property as far as the main entrance of tho Hotel Jerome. All that saved Atpen was that the was not present at tho time. Aspen is a beauJIMAUlVrVi. wlkva'Ti tt tiful city, bin tho air is so rarefied that 'Jt - ltfftvttx '.irc a tenderfoot tramps liko a dying sticker 'WfSatf on tho grassy kail:. ro&fa3:rsfi? ''' . VWf V situCanyon City is also romantically ated nt tho entranco to Grand canyon. ft It has everything that heart could wish except more tourists. Hot and cold springs, with or without mineral in them, aro ready for tho invalid who craves a new kind of water to sozzlo in. I LOVE TO SIT IN A CAR THIS WAY. jins. i.FONMin wpnr.it. Thero is ono spring which was famous Ono of theso deft blackamoors is mak- for its healing jiowers ceuturics ago, and en, but while giving them due credit for ing a berth for a single lady whoso faco tho Indians camo from all over North their efforts it may be well to rememreminds mo of a dream I had when a child America to bathe in it and show off their ber that othar and younger women nro and had washed down a quart of green new clothes. now in tho field, and tli.it somo recognigooseberries with a pint of warm milk. Tho proprietor wishes me to say that tion of their servicon would lo both just Sho has two corda ut the back of her 6inco then tho springs havo been entirely nntl timely Among such may 1m) menneck which run up into her raven black refitted with fresh towels, c6mbs, brushes tioned Mr. Leonard Weber, Mrs. Dora hair as far as tho oyo can reach. Soino nnd soap. Tho chango is noticeable aud Wheeler Keith and Dr. Olga Neyinanii, of her hair will not remain up, but agreeable. three women who havo accomplished , comes out in :i shy way about her ears, I cannot do justice to tho Royal gorge, much m their respect ivo linos of work. liko a bunch of timothy on a vacant lot. which is near Canyon City anil named Somowhat moro than 20 years ago Tho porter is a perfect Hebe in figure, after tho lunch counter at Omaha. My thero camo to this countrv with her parand a3 ho gets warmed up to his work ents a littlo Hungarian girl whom) famfalters. you can tell whero ho is. Yet ho is len quoto from a livery stable man of ily concluded to take up their residence 1 graceful in his work, nnd when ho is Canyon City: in Buffalo. The child had unusual beauty dono tho berth into which I go looks al"The IJoyal gorge! Whatover thero is and talent, and though then just entermost liko a calla lily with a humming in tho grand canyons to surpass the other ing her thirteenth year her abilities had bird in it. canyons of tho Rocky mountains, what- - been cultivated to an uncommon degree I am tho humming bird. and ever thero is to put tho Swiss ' iu Mala' at a leading pension at When Mr. Pullman put forth his great in tho shade, is found in tho first live, it was not luiig before her teachers in her success in traveling and sleeping, ho pro- miles that lie west of Canyon City. II. re adopted homo rvcoguized that their new vided a place for a humble, simploracoof is whero tho cliifs nro vertical and whe o pupil was destined to take a distinpeople who aro fitted exactly to this rays of sunlight never enter. This abys- - guished place iu tho world of women. work. Tho new featuro ho introduced mal chasm ranks with Nh.gara and thej This young girl subsequently became has becomo familiar now viz., the Afri- Yosemite, among the greatest wonders of .Mrs. Leonard Wobor, nnd it is to her can by descent and the rortcr by berth. America. No words can onablo tho im- and her friend, Mr. Kinily Kempiu, docOh. what a jr?at. ghastly, white, etill agination to realize tho stueni.ous and tor of laws and professor at tho Univur-rit- y and solemn spinal lolmim the earth lays gloomy grandeur of thoscene. It lstisjf of Zurich, that women aio imbdited bare up at Leadville. Colo. Over 10.0C0 tho Almighty in his wrath had riven tho for the op'wrtumtm to secure a logul edfeet, two miles and a quarter, abovo the mountains asunder to mako a ucation at the University )f tho City of sea level lie the mighty vertebra) of a for tho sun, and tho ancient sun, ns the Now York Hero dwell the avalanche centuries roll away into the ocenn of continent. Mrs. Wolmr is tho wife of n physician and tho man who refuses all money but time, conies every day a littlo whilo and loui; distinguished for his profcr.r.ioual silver. Even tho conductors on tho rail- shines into the great abyss calmly and Hkill and lio.H iu a charming honin. a road hesitate about taking anything but pensively, liko n passing martyr smiling ghmpe into which would indicate the bilver heio. anil culture of its occu taste. refini'iiK-tiinto his own grave. I had no idea that the bilver question "Tho impression which tho scene pant. Hit chanty, sympathy and genhad aroused such a fooliug in tho wet-er- make. upon tho sense is uucoimminic:'-ble- . erosity have Imh.ii widely known for (states. A m:no owner told mo yesTho abysmal grandeur thrills tho year, and many working women have terday that u very littlo spark would let soul with a subtle and anxious feeling come to het: lor nssintaiico and advice off an explosion in Colorado nnd tho minof mysteries unfuthomable, of tragedies that frequently needed to be suppleing states that would echo around the that havo wrung tho breast of nature.) mented by retaining legal services world. Ho could command 25,000 troops Tho waters know tho undiscovered her unfortunate jiotitioiiers wero in a few hours, ho said. Tho present of their mother's woes and rush in ' unable, to pay. In order that this might prico of silver meant a los3 of a dollar a anger from the scene. WiiitL, be secured to them without expense. day to tho miner anil closed many good turbulent hero which voice in moaning Mrs. Welajr became the prime mover :u are born i.ines. undertones through tho parages of tho organizing an arbitration society that Wall street is blamed for all this, and chasm some old, transmuted grief, too, was expected to meet the needs of Mich great capitalists aro looked at askance. sorrowful to bo spoken aloud. Thisj cases. often lecauio apparent Twico this happened to mo in Denver. is a mnjetic lamentation m j As. however, it inexperience of young It is a great problem for tho new and granite and may be seen from one of j that owing to tho victorious administration to bolve. my carriages, casting only 2 per hour, lawyers or the indilFereneo of oldur one I havo often laid awake at night thinktho objects for which tho society was esiucluding food for the team." ing of Mr. Cleveland up at Lakowood in tablished wero not accomplished, it ochis room trying to writo his inaugural curred to her and Mrs. Kempin that it address and somo ono tapping at the might be osible to educate women in door to ask for an office just aft he hu.' tho law, and upon their admission to the almost invented a new phrase like innocubar to find attentive, industrious and amous desuetudo for tho new era, aud then bitious counselors who could at least unso many other things, liko tho sugar teat dertake to right the wrongs of oppressed islands and tho silver question, and 1 or defrauded sisters. From this beginning grew tho Womstart up wildly and say to myself: "Who would envy him? Who would make the an's Legal Education society, and on the long fight in November to tako up in list ot names of thooo constituting the March such an unwelcome job?" board of directors ono reads thoso of Dr Mary Putnam Jacobi, Mrs. Abram S. Therefore wo must b.imulato our eons Hewitt, Mrs. Alexander Forman and to industry by somo other means than Mrs. Hester Hermann, well known as tho hopo of being president. 1 would honestly rather speak in public on the representing science, literature and phiatago at a mere pittance, yet knowing lanthropy among womankind. Tho success of the enterprise is a matter settled that I was doing good and earning $ 7iO beyond question.. per week for it, than to be president of tho United State's with cockroaches in -- rf5ay.the east room and red autn in tho cabinet. jsis s Speakiug of these household pets, let never heard of a better mo bay that illustration of feminine character than tho other day up at Laramie. A I.AKOE RAT IN NYE S DUKsSINd ItOOM. A young man wlioio sister ii visiting Much may bo said of the magnificence him came homo the other night and was scared out of his wits by finding her at nnd awful natl impressive grandeur of midnight in her nightrobo prowling tho Royal gorge, and the wonderful around the mttsiiio of tho kitchen with a power that could not only creato but cocked revolver waiting for a burglar to sever theso great mountains as with a como out at tho backdoor. Sure enough, mighty bword. .Much might bo written SL ho soon canto out and was captured by of all tho wonders between tho Missis1 Z&&r'l a? Z" T tho two and the revolver. Ho was sent sippi and the Golden Gate, enough to conover to tho jail, and then the brother vince the most skeptical, doubting boul asked why this slender young lady in her on earth that there wa a great and good Misvxxyjfs. 3M j: fx.nightclothea had gone around outside intelligence back of all accidental chemT"il'- - Ft rrr. istry, glacier erosion, earthquake action, tho kitchen. 'Why didn't you go in by the insido door?" her brother asked her. nnd preadamito changes a God who cre. "Why," sho said, "you don't know so ated this mighty museum of never ceasmuch as 1 thought you did. Thero are ing wonders and then left them all open on Sunday, so that tho ioor and tho mico in tho kitchen." Speaking of the rat. tho mouse and the working men might come and see them. OLQA XnYJlAVV. U. U. 8. ' I still believe that there could havo cat, wo have been told for 18 years that Tho number of pupils enrolled today is owing to been no harm iu leaving the Royal gorge cats cannot livo at Leadvillo 32, embracing women of ages varying tho rarefied air which increases the heart s open on Sunday. from 17 to 07 years, many attending tho finally affects tho brain, reaction and g-cVc lectures with professional intentions, sulting in ono of the most horrible of some merely studying tho law for montnl deaths. Tho death of a cat brought to culture, whilo a few are women of means Leadvillo has always been regarded by Mho desire legal knowledgo as a practical eastern people as one of the saddest sights guidance in their bubiness investments. lut l"r Coiiipiuiy'a Suke. to bo seen. Mrs. Weber is of the opinion that a Prosiiectivo Servant I hopo yonr I inquired a good deal while there restudy of the law is of great advantage, to garding this matter and found that tho neighborhood is a quiet one. Prospective Mistress Certainly. Why? all women, cultivating their reasoning cat does live at Leadvillo, and in private Prospective Servant Well, I don't faculties, developing logical qualities houses many of them are ns happy and well as elsowhere. "But thero are no want to have the policeman's time nd that cannot fail to be of great benefit to rats," said my informant. "Wo have taken up with disorderly people. De- them even if they nro never employed in any other direction than the administra troit Tribune mice, but no rats." I'lillnn-thropjven-wiper 1 Something Alitmt tlio I'ortcr on ttio Sleeping Cnr anil Ills Llfo Work Tlio Silver Question Tnuclietl Up nntl a Story About a Ileal Woman. ICopj right, 1KB, by Edgar W. Nyc.l tion :f their household duties. If ono That evening nt tho theater a largo came into my dressing room nnd THE VvOllK OF WOMAN asks Mrs. Weber if sho thinks women boy rat enn mnnago their clients, sho smiles and uto a enko of soap whilo I was dressing. Cats, it is said, cannot livo at tho top THREE WELL KNOWN EXPONENTS answers with her charming piquancy nnd tho delightful accent that jubt suggests ot Piko's peak. Possibly they cannot. OF ENTERPRISE AND PROGRESS. her Hungnrian nativity, "They manago Neither can anything else. Sinkers and their husbands." singers experience great difficulty at both Crmes to you every other day In th paper ThocheapeHt and best in Kentucky $x gels it three months Address Tn Aiivocatk, Danville, hy THE ADVOCATEsr loronl)'$a i i 7 :T'V Xg&s&l fr.Faaas m v , Huda-Post- h, j Thero aro few femiuluo nniuea moro SURCKO.V DKNTIST widely known in tho artistic world in this country thnn than that of Don. Ofliceover McKobeits Drug Store In lh new Owsley llulldlng. o Wheeler Keith. Her mother, Mrs. Stanford, Wheeler, has long been identified with every movement that advanced the CC interests of women, especially in artistic pursuits, and it is not strange that her gifted daughter should havo shown n ami oth"r Kor esttaction fondness for brush and pallet, even in minor the painless have tested Jul teeth Its virtue surgery. C. MOltdAN, D D. S. K. her days of bib and pinafore. Sho had scarcely entered her teens when sho became a pupil of tho Into William M. POSTED. Chase, and lieforo she wns 20 sho was enrolled among the students of tho famous nrt school of Julian in Paris, where, unThis notice forewarns hunters, fishrrmcc tmt nn our lands without der a corps of instructors that included others not to trespasswill be prosecuted to the per full as all su.h Bouguereau, Laurens and Lefebvro, tho mission, of the law. Signed: est extent M. UACKOWIFZ. young American girl soon won distincT II. .VKWLAND. tion for thts ideality and originality tha V. It. HAYS. C. C LYON. nro such striking characteristics of her KRKI) IIAL'MAN.V. work. K 1.. WHIT!-:MKS M. A. MARTIN Shortly after returning to this counj 1. IliiCK. try, and lieforo her marriage to Mr. Boudinot Keith, a well known lawyer of Now York, Dora Wheeler was the vicDR. JOS. HAAS' torious oomjHjtltor for two prizes of $1,000 each offered by a publishing firm Hog & tho lest designs in Christmas cards. After ho had carried off theso she found Used Successfully Fitteen Years. herself eagerly sought ns n designer by disease, espels business houses and individuals in pri- Will arrest disease, prrven-- flesh and hasten worms, stop vate life. Sinco that time her work hits maturity counh, Increase the Prices J o, Si ij am! jo cenls per psclacr, grown more and more ambitious, aud excellent examples of her notably dis- tvpnund canjn josaleThe largest packages are by tne cheapest, A K I'KNNY, tinctive stylo in decorative composition Stanford, Ky havo lieen employed for mural decoration iu somo palatial American homes. THOMAS YKAOKK. Her fkill in this direction will bo ex- JAMES YKAtJER. emplified in tho Woman's building at YEAGEK & YICAGEK, tho World's fair at Chicago, for sho is now working upon n canvas intended AND SALE STABLE In the for a ceding in that edifice. center of this apjiear threo female STANKOHD, KV. figures emlwlying Fact, Fancy nnd Ro' We are In our new stable in the Opera House mance, surrounded by a decorativo border in Italian renaissance, which will lllocl and are svill supplitil with also uncirclo tho four pictures for tho NEW RIGS AND HORSES cornors still under her brush. In tho gallery of honor in tho somo building Hav been nurs hasrd and troth ln j but six jutnels nro to lx. decorated, of which turnouts will leave the sutle tho subject will lo something illustraGive tive of the history of woman, and in one 37 of tlutw Mrs. Keith will again le repit tented. Olga Neymnnn. D. D. S., i tho W. 13. pioneer of her profession in New York city, where she established herself more than half a dozen ywirs ago. Modest and retiring, shrinking from attractOttce South side Main inert, in office recta HufTuian, Stsnfnrd, Kyscaled by Dr. I. ing any unilui" ptil Hi it v. bhu has her vix'itiiiiiiii t'n'frtccof the prejt r .h.ak udice mid uppusitititi with which a wo- r stssi'S, JM. man ustiiillv lOiiHn whi-ishnentersa tuth of labor tuitrud leu by sister work- Can-dac- raSt .Mjr A. S. PRICK, ZDEHSTTO." 1 sufliclriit-lytolno- w . fr Poultry Remedy s Lim till Ant-clas- s lliciit a Call. femi-nin- e Dll. PENNY Dentist. V pur-Mti- sl - 1 i STRiLXJB6c CO., .PkACritAL... Plumbers and Steam Fitters , , Dealers in all kin. is of Iron ami Itras Goods lor s4eM ami water Sanitary Hoods ef aH kinds. All wwtV (uataHlecd against defective material and wtsrkmanahip J? fill - " 11 Hales Weil For Sale WetviU sll i r lent this wellknovrn rexiit, thiet rnllet south ol Stanford, Thre are ;o aur--s ot Land, a lintel lluildini; and fisa Cottages, besides a good stabtr and other authouse. The water is the in this section, stcserveiie who his vis lied it inn attest. Will Bite immediate posses A 1. ISPOONAMORU, shhi. Hubble, Ay 4 k-- t n ' ne-cr- et MYKRS IIOLSIC X.X mi. ers. with courage, industry and united to ability. Sho now noitx UIIKI I ITER V STABLK p. W. GREEN, I It Kl ierse-ventne- e. Prop. & 7s- 1 'ut- - s2 SS: sSfi &7&V mrj.u's -.t v -J- commands an extensive and increasing" fail to !o gratifying This stable, which Is run n connection with the practice that Myers House, has btcn supplied with to herself and encouraging to women entlioldoned to follow her example. A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Olga Neymaun is tho daughter of Buggies, Wagons, Mine. Clara Neyiiiiiun, lung distinguishlecruuirner's Supplies and it better than ever ed for her abilities as a writer and a nil supply the public with turer iu the catiM) of woman suffrage, prepaie and wns born in Milwaukee littlo moro RIGS OF ALL KINDS. than 2." years ngo. Taken abroad by her I'ertnnal ami promplalltntlon gNento Weddings parents at an early age, she attended for I'aitte and Ilurials P XV OREE.N. soveral years some of the lest known Proprietor, AL. lIUItNS, .Manager schools of Germany, but leturning later to this country she graduated from Cornell university and immediately entered upon a course of study at tho Pennsylvania Dental college, from which hho emerged with high honors nnd tho diploma that entitles her to add I). D. 8. EVERY to tho name plate on her door. Dr. Neymann is a slender brunette, EYE with an oval shaped face, delicately nnd nristocratic features lined eyebrows ON of tho slightly aquiline typo. Her manners indicato her gentlo birth, nnd her conversation a brilliant and well balanced mind. Sho is a member of the First District Dental association of New is comYork, tho Woman's Dental association pletely taken with it. of Philadelphia, tho Nineteenth Century Some were capand Goethe societies of New York, and tured by complete is rarely misM'd from tho social gatherand handsomely iings of any of the intellectual clubs. llustrated NOVEL, If ono asks her why sho selected the profession of dentistry, sho nnswers that but it was thobe iho considers it nn excellent field for inColored telligent and iudnstrin.in women who nro compelled to i.n independence and one of tho higher callings that enaof Society Ladies, bles a woman to pursuo a vocation nntl in the fashion deBujierintfiid u homo undei the saino roof partment, that "fina union that to ono who possesses her ished the business." fondness for a domestic life presents irlivery eye will She maintains resistible attractions. that among tho fow women who pursue welcome dentistry, ns compared with the number our who aro enrolled in tho profession of CLUBBING medicine, there are nono who have not ANNOUNCEMENT achieved notable success, for they either (Thatsounds qurtr.doesn'tlt?) abandon nn intention to practice at once A year's subscripnfter graduation or follow their chosen vocation with n concentration of purpose, tion to both that is ultimately rewarded by distincGODEYS tion and financial success. The ranks of SI PARK ROW, women dentists aro annually increased, Is. V. CITY, not bo many years before the and it will and field so lately invaded by womankind well filled as tho kindred ono will lie ns THE INTERIOR JOURNAL of medicine, to which tho sex has contributed so many brilliant examples durFor $1.01. ing the last quarter of n century. Ada Crisp Mahsh. well-know- n FIRST-CLAS- S Xpr? GODEYS s Portraits s m. Awstv Mjgg aey Semi-Week- ly Interior Journjl Broese r.ig; : Willkes. The Lincoln Stock Farm, J. HEAVY ) DILLARD DENMARK This finely bred sidJIe stallion will malco the reason of 1893 n: Ccuk's Spring's, 4V, miles East of Stanford, at high, I'me saddle stallion, foaled May lj 18M Sired by the w.ll known saddle stalliuti Screamer, he by a noted Denmark horse I'lrM dam by a Second (illl, Jil d.un br Logan's (iill.ld dam by I .Ill's Vermont Old Screamer Hi hit day and time wat a fine show horte and has produced it fine lot "f saddle horses This young stallion has a few coming and yearlings thai show fine saddle lualiliet atl'i arc goou ones, ncrtstiner win mine I he teaton ol i&jtnl the ttsble (if huownrr on the 1)1 River and (Satrartl Cuuitty turiipike, nr.tr Duddcrar'a Mill, A mahogany bay, black mane and tail, 16 liamli Standard Hay ttall on tV, hands hlh, foaled 1SS7; tirrd Mary I.on by I'clotker, aire King I'otkev J:i Nellie O'Neal :iiW DoraMartm a:io; at by Ueore wllket aire ef Marry Wilkes 15!; wllh three, ijH. Coy Wllkea three venr olds with recordt under j:jo. I'clotkf 's itt dam Fannie hy trim ("admin; 2d dam Cadiutd ny American nenpte; t" otni 07 nrown a or, .Vc iti dam Klxa Jane, dam of Maud Meien(era int i tlain, Kittle Rivers, by Alex atlder'a Abdalbth, tire of tinliltmilh Maid record Jack'l. JUJ )d dan Itetlwill makeAc the seacii of 181 at llreeie Wllke my pln.r, t mllet from Manford on the Ruth llrnnch pike nt P. CROW, Proprietor, HORSES. Dif-felen- McKINNEY, - - KENTUCKY. $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due hm colt fa fualed marrs parted with or trvd 10 another hoise I'aturageturmthed marrs at $1.00 ptr month; will not lie respousible for accident should any occur Dillard Denmark was sired tvDoulle Denmark he by Montrose, he by Diamond, lie by Oainet' Denmark he by the Brest rice horse Denmark lit dam by Wa.hmi.ton Denmark, ad dam by fohn Dillard. 3d d.un ! (Jri-Eale (thoronch-Tt.i- l) Double Denmark's dam Nellie, wat by Washington Denmirk, id dam by Shrothire'a Tom Hnl. Dillard Denmark It a beautilul dark sorrel three white leet. heavy mane and tail, 16 h.iudt high, he proven himself a breeder of larie, handsome ruovFrs. This is a finehorseif he had no pedigree. Hut wo tlo not hesitate to say he it one of, i? noi the test bred saddle liorso in he country. Runs through premium tuddkrs and thoroughbreds on both sitl.t. All kinds of plants for sale in seasou. At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. 1 $15 to Insure a Living Dolt. If mares I parted with msacy'lt due. t.ciii on colt until money it ptld CMARI.IJH DUNN will at the tame tiron year-ol- d Jack, and plice Hand my j t Two Prim Winning Draft Stallions or llrt't'ils. Wo iiresent below pictures of two draft stallions of tlio lienviest class. Thoy took liili pruuiiumu nt tlio fairs lust fall. Although tlio street car horso will aoon huvo vanislicd from tlio scene, to tlio great relief of nil mercifully inclined in- - elmont Chief 8689. STTZMZ-A-G,.And , T. I.. HAUfJHMAN. J.S IIAUt.HMAN $6 for a hone, to instiie a liv cell money due on all NUinni when coin conic neigh-lo- t I f maret, are traded olf or removal I rom the hood without tatitlving mo that they are not In lual, spatnn become due. I.ien retained on colt till money It paid. Address Standard, No 71J tlav Sallion, 16 hands; foaled O. M. SPOONAMORE, 18SS Koolaml, Ky j At $3 for a mare and Hit THE SILVER KINO. mwmmw, othigvj ssuhifss. J. K. Rowland Ky. croK. SIRED II YSII.VER KING Son of On Time , NAJIMDTM ( Central Park, Danville ondtUmbvOII divldunls, tbo heavy draft liorso willfitny with us till electricity or soino other GAItlHONITO 8419. to Insuro a Livinp Colt. $10 motivo power can drag monster trucks Kate tocord t ) jth lirat. Foiled 1M7 lllack We will alto ttaml the nml express ami beer wagons through llorte, it hands city Ktreots. For tho prvbent it is quite Sired by OAMIIKTTA WILKES. BLACK JACK. SMITH, safe to breed n moderato number of draft at 10 years ) (Sire of ji in jo horses of tho heaviest typo. 15.1 handt h gh, by I'roctor Knoti al dim Maud, by Garrard Chief (tire of llstil Duke a t) and of the dams of Don I'uarro )) Tlio best known breed of tho great SO to Intmro n LlvlrjColt. 17V,, iltj, Don I.orrnti tSV,,1 by Lottie Lnwrle draft liorM) is tho English Shire, repre11) :i6)Ji Galena Alambrina Chlrl Mare kept hi reaionable ratrc at owcr't risk. dan, Ne, by Hon of Hilly Hoke a i, by Cor sented in our first illustration. Tho big IIAUOHMANlmOS, beau, tire of 6 producing damt. follow hero pictured is tho champion jdaui by lleln.'t vorkthire tliorouchbrcd Ky Danville, prizo winner of tho English shows. In offerine Gambonilo't services we believe that INDIVIDUAL, the e hatetnlnm the I1KSI Tho Shiro is Been in his highest perfecIIKSl' KAIlhl), IIKST TKMI'KKKD and a. tion on tho docks nt Livcrtiool nml LonGOO!) A HACK HORSE as lives. H hat prov en hliutell an etcllenl breeder. Tliefirtt coll of don. hit eel wat handled tail teatnn at a yeir old, and No. 2 shows tho Belgian draft horse, trotted quarters early lii.June In 41 trconds, and w at then turned oul until fall and handled about not very well known in this country ns a month and could trot quarters late in the fall In Denmark CMcf wilt make the present season at yet, though 6omo specimens aro being jg tecondt We mate th price for hit services to anybody imported. tail lifted to him 1)J loiniure,or $15 the seasun, IiiNurc This Belgian was imported into tho ah at time of tert Ice. of Saddle Stallion. Hay horse, 15 hails high, !J white feet, heavy mane and tail, fine We will handle teeral hit eel thit teotnn. lie it a nice bay, is handt jl inchet high, lour United States from his nativo land in We invite you to call and tee Gambonitn and hit yeara old He saddle well, but hat not been timo to tnko soveral premiums at stato style and action. Sired by Woodford Denmark. pnsluce. Care in prevent accident, but not He Itby llulchinton Chlel, No. trained dam by King William. 2 dam by GoddardV Sumpter Denmark. 3 dam a thorshould any occur, Maiet kepi al tea Dy Mcstcncrr Chief, llulchinton Chief! lio, lint oughbred. $15 to insure a living colt. isnable ralct. dam by Sentinel; id dam by Aletander'a 1 d will Ttake the season of tBjt at the S U llattltietn pi ice. (ivp milet fiom Danville on the new I.ancaiter turnpike, ni first dam by Limber Jim: tec Ilrennnn. Thit handsome I CNAMI'lON Kllllir. STAI-MO- 1 - 1 Denmark Chief. Standard Kuk SIKfcD BY EUREKA. Itccord mntlo in third heat lit race nt Kvnnsville, Intl. Has trotted miles in Son of Coleman's Eureka 2:11); will go in 2:15 this season. Will remain in stud till June Ui and then go back rttdamMag by Illood Chief Jr., son of Blood Chief 79a. in training. 3d dam by Ooodwond, son of Lexington, the Pired by Wnlsinghaui 21(50, (sire of Latitude 2:11)1 and "or 8 others in the list.) founder tit tho great family of race horses Eureka, irreat show stallion, Coleman's dam Tinsel by Messenger Duroc 100, son of Hamiltonian and sire of El- - Eureka; by that (ones Crockett by Scott's Crockoin by aiue 2:20, the dam of Norlaine, yenrling record 2:31 J. ett, son of Davy Crockett. Illood Cheit hy Blood 2 tiam Iks Sister to James Howell, Jr., by Ilnmiltoninn 10, sire of Dex I.lzie Gauth, Jr..Washington Cheif 79a; tst dam by Denmark; ad dam ter 2: 174. Old Jennie, by Robert Bruce thoroughbred'. Coleman's Eureka, the (rrandsiro of Eureka :$ (lain Jessie Sayie by Harry Clay 15, siro of the (lams of St.Julien 2:111, Hotline Chelf, wat by Noung's Morgan dam by Boston &c. 2:11)1, and 12 more that have produced 2:30 trotters; also KureVa Cheif is a worthy representative ot a horse that founded as great a family of saddle hire of the dam of Electioneer, &ire of 50 in the 2:!50 list. horses as any stallion that ever made a season in dam by Liberty, ton of Lance, by American Eclipse. Kentucky, vi: Colenran's Eureka. Coleman's Eureka wat combined Wnlsingham 2100, sire of Nnboth, is one of the voungest sons of George "Wilkes ring, and htnever beaten in saddle andcolor, style imparted to his get si.e, olf., jecord 2:22, who sired Harry Wilkes 2:1.'U, Cluy Wilkes 2:15j, Mike Wilkes 2:irjf and finish. Eureka, though a young horse, hat Wilcox 2:10, and (12 others in 2:!10 list; also 41 producing sons and VJ producing won about 50 blue ribbons at Kentucky Fairs. Eureka Cheif has nevtr been shown, was not daughters. to saddle until last year; but judging Notk. Nnboth is n bay horse, lGJinmlsliigh, foaled June 2S, 1SSS. His pedigree broken style, color and action, we predictfrom his sire, for contains the blood of Hatnblutonian, George Wilkes, .Mambrino Chief, Pilot, Jr., and htm the same success that has attended his sire and grandsire in show rings. His ilnm Slag, by Harry Clay. 840 to insure n living colt. Illood Cheif Jr., was a winner In all classes and ty a horse that never tired a mean one. Ihis horse 0. 1 1319 EUREKA CHIEF Black stalll-n- ; 16 handt hij;h; without while; foaled 18S8. S8to a Living Colt Abdtl-lib- is bred 1 right t- tire horses that will command the attention of all Intelligent horsemen. He is good individually and can show for himself in any company. Will make the season of 1893 at Adam Pence place, one mite Irom Stanford, Ky., en Hustonville aud Stanford pike, at - ; tlr ot. We will handle Irotlert and taJdlcra al rcaton-iN- c ratet. For turlher pirtlculari call on or ad WM M. KL'KASON. Danville, Ky jd dam by Red Jacket. Mettenier Chief. byAbdallah Pilot, nt dam by Mambrino Met t tiger, d dam by Mambrino Chief, jd dam by ONWARD MESSENGER. Stntuliinl. Hrtd liy Chnrlcs Dunn. Y ONW'AKDCIIIKIMJM. MKKl Ily Onwnnl 1411, record 'J 'Jo,, Mn-o- f Imp, Napoleon. Denmark Chief t itt dam was tired by Sutnptrr Denmark, he by Ooddard't Denmark, he by Oalnct A C'romsrll'a Denmark, he by the race horse Denmark, he by Imp HedKeford. His id dam was by On Time, 3d dam by Red l.ioD. 1 will also stand at same place my fine mule jack &tt.A.JDlZ: "WTIDIKIES, Seal brown stallion, 13? hands high, foaled 1883; bred by George $15 to Insure a Living Colt. SANDIDGK& HUSTON, Stanford, Ky. PRINCE. JR., Ily Hubble't Prince, the sire of llngnoli Itlackburn, ! sw'01EstVBlBC! and Joe in tl'lJO jinxlucliii; lit, j!mi J 7 iirinlticliig Piin liv ami ill s At S8 tlniiKliU'iH. Htitcliin-Mn'.- to Insure. I.. D. flJLs&Witv' ptai.mon. nmHAN ma fairs lust year His color is n line block, nml his muscles are magnificent, while ho docs not look so fnt or so shiny as tho British horse Liis weight is 2.C00. A limit i nml uraiitlnm of MndUoit Wilkos 'Z'l Tho demand is nnnur.lly increasing for lied Wilkes. Si So IM7J, Uuw Wilkes DENMARK, that tempting morsel known as "spring HSil, Ac. I am sometimes nt a loss to lmnb." Iljiy booe, lienvy innne nml titil, with know why it is termed spring lamb, ie, Vtvlo ml U11M1. nml repre-xontinThe Combined .tnlllon nt Insure when its greatest valuo lies in tho fact Nitne of the bet trotting fnmilles in the a Mying CoH. that it should bo ready for tho market bole country. Shouhl inako Kjent clock and that it should weigh nt least 80 ii(trt fetiMm at our lion.. Will iniiko a tKMnds when dress-eabout Christmas. MabJo -- J miles west of Stanford, nt A lamb to lw ready for tho market as a $12.50 to Insure a Maro in Foal. market lamb hhould bo dropped in Sep TlieStaiulanl nml ItuKtstereil.lonnut .lack tember, October or vombcr. Now At fcamu ilre n for Mule Hiiil Jennet Colt", nml there aro not many breeds of sheep it known in this country that will drop a for Jacks, Sntne Terms. 2U17I.IS lamb at this season of tho year, and most At Jit) toiiiMiie breeders aro debarred from furnishing lor Full I)rcripttiii and Ivxteuduil i'etb the early market lamb oven should they .1. A. AS.T. 1IAU1MS. . feel so di8!K)scd. Stanford, Ky. igree call on or iiililre-7 Tho Dorset sheep is known to tnko tho I. S. TEVIS, ram us early ns April or May, but tho " t.Nenrj Slielbv C'itv. Kv. usual ttmo is in tho early part of June. By so breeding tho lambs can bo made '.M ilnm 'An Juno, Cheif dlnniof Mntul MfviiKcraJ 1(1. Merit 'J .T7) by Uunllo llrivr.u 3I.VJ, 8lrv of IV.irl 'I'M, Ac; .'Id ilum Kilty Kiwi, ilnttt of Iturtk tlrl 'J37, by AUIatlnli '&, hiru of Almoin, IVlmoiit. Ac; lth ilmn by Hod .(ticket, Mre .f the ilnm of Kentucky Wilkes '1'1, lot ilmn Ijttly Maret parted with forftita the Insurance. OARNKR, Crab Orchard, Ky, it SIHED BY RED WILKES 1740. dam Nellie D by Holt. 2 dam Lucy by Coppcrbottom. , Bed Wilkes 1741) (sire of Bed Belle 2:11 J. Prince Wilkes 2:14?, Allie Wilkes 2:13, l'hil Thompson 2:101, nnd 83 others in 2:30, eleven in 2:20; 28 in 1S01) by George Wilkes 519; 1 dam Queen Dido by Mambrino Chief 11. etc. Bolt, by Alcxanderc's Abdullah 15 (sire of Almoin, Belmont, etc) 1 dam by Grey Eagle. Clrady Wilkes is by one of the greatest living sires, is kind and gentle and ha- - frequently shown a 2:30 gait. Will make the season at SI5 to insure a living colt. 1 Haute, Ind. W. Carico, Terra Silas M. S.sndidgr Kiko Huston. JEB :- -: STUART. a a 30, is a black horsw, ness aij's and Out-Cros- s SK hands high, sired by Mambrino Patchen, 5S) Job ttiart, sire of Kttty I'atchen ai", Dark SEASON OF 1893. LEXINGTON Sprlnir I.nmbs. First dam Puss Prall, dam of Lottie Prall a aSjj, and live Lady Stouta 29, Black Diamond 2 producing sons and three producing daughters. Hy ad dam Cora, by Daniel Webster. Mark Tiac. In color, sire, style, finish aud especially in his legs and feet he is the counterpart of the old horse and like his sire, his superb finish to his colts. Jcb Stuart is a full brother to MambiinoTlmc. S tidle Stallion. By Silver King and out of a Gray Eagle mare. Ho is a hand- - that, age considered, is the greatest brood mare sire yet before the public, his daughters having some dark gray inula 'tine show horse. Will stand at $10 to insure a living colt already produced is from 1 i6J to a 79and the I also have oldest but eight years old. that will stand nt $10 to Insure. Jeb Smart will make the season of 18)3 at Stable two miles south of Hutonvillc on Morelnnd and Carpenter's Station pike. Mill, 4 miles north of Stanford, on Dix 7mXJL2L1T.2v Jacks JL,. Four Fine Dud-dcra- J. K. BAUGHMAN, Rher, 3 Hustonville. Kv. At $30 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when colt comes or mare solder bred o an other horse. For further inlormation addrf ss S K. DUDDFRAR A-- IIRO., 1 SI5 11 (GrllMDo BICTATOM STANDARD, lllack Stallion, Foaled in 1SS4; 15 Gilberts Creek, Ky. The Magnificently Bred Saddle Stallion. EMPEROR 27. hands high. LARGE JACK, SI5 $25 Sireuf .lav Kvo See 2:10. Phallas 2:13!. Director 2:17 and 3S others in the 2:30 list, and grand hire of Direct 2:00, Nancy Hanks 2:01. Lockhart 2:14J, and 33 others in tho 2:30 list. Dictator bv llumbletonian (sire of Electioneer, George Wilkes. Dexter, etc.) dam CIama(dain o'f Dexter 2:171, Alma 2:2&? and Astoria 2:20) by American Star 14 tsiro of the dams of Guy 2:12, Robert McGregor 2:17, etc.) 1 Sirod by Dictator 113. EAGLE BIRD Will make the present season at the stable of his owner, two miles west of Stanford, on the Shelby City pike, at the low price of $15 to Insure a Living Colt, $15. Eagle Bird Is a dark brown, full 16 He a hue mane and tall, with as much style aud as any horse in Kentucky As a uniform action breeder of high styled, high fir.li.hed, tine coloied colls he it not surpassed by any horse within our knowledge llV wa tired by the gieit King Eagle, (winner of more than 40 premiums.) First d.uu by Star Eale, best son of Cabbell's dam Ai.ick . . Wedgewood 436. 2 dam dam dam Thlt fine ttddlc itallmn will make the teaton ol ia(j at my tlable one mile cn of McCormackt Church on the Knob l.ick, McCurmackt Church aid I'urnertvillt turnpike road, Lincoln Co,, Ky, al S3 the Season, cr $10 to Insure & Living Colt Four Months Old, Colli ttandlni good until teaton money it paid, marea parted with or removed from Co., forleltt Ditcrlption and Pedigree insurance money lie It a dark bay u', handt high, heavy mane and tail, vary nnoothe. even turned horte and hat all the fancy taddle caltt which he tranirr.ilt with great uniformity, lie wat tired by Second Jewel S.heby Jewel Denmark (Cunningham; ;o, he by old Washington Denmark 64 all itt dam l.lllio Denmark tired by old StoneDenJackson 7, he by old Washington Ac.; ad dam wat mark n, dam Cruitader tired by Kilfc'a (ilencoe, he by Imp Glencoc dam a thoroughbred. 3d dam wat aired by the treat old Tom Hal and out of a Copperboltum. e Realizing the great demand for a first clitt tUllioli I have taken great paint to crott Ihn hone and I reapcctfully Invite the intpection and urea 10 a norte one Intronageol every inott wnninif to and fathionable Kpular the bred lamiliet of hit clatt, at he crotet back to the acknowledged foundation taddle tlraint. Maret kept any way 011 liberal terms, but not responsible for any accidents should any occur. J. M. CARTER, JR., Shelby City Ky tad-tlt- GILT EDGE 261, Registered 'f By 'tr Second Jewel 48. Dam by Old Stonewall Jackson. 1 hit fancy taddle stallion will make the season of 1E0 at our slablo mile from Milleilgeville, Lincoln county, Ky ,011 the Stanford and Mil. ledgeville pike Owing to the icarcity of money, we will stand him At $15 to Insure a Living Oolt Monev duo when the colt ccmes or mare parted with. Maret grared or fed at reasonable prices. Not resoootible fur accidents should any occur. (.ill Edge i a beautiful red torrel, llaxy mane and tail, is handt i niches high; wat foaled bept. 6, 18S0, and 11 a perfect saddle horte. Otlt Edge nut showed aa a vyear-ol- d and look tilts sweepstake prcmlum.at Kirksville and Dan vllleand In hit own ring at Harraltburg Those who want to bleed tj a good saddle stallion are cordially invited to Irak at our horse and sec him ready for tho Christmas market, at which timo they aro considered n great luxury and command high prices. This breed does not stand nlono in this trait of character, for tho Suffolk sheep will take the ram in April and May and is asking a plnco in tho small category of early pro ducers of lamb. A Canadian breeder of Suffolk sheep writes, under dato of Nov. 2, 1801, that ho has "registered Suffolk sheep which li.tvo had their lambs killed for sale in tho epring, with a second crop now 2 months old running with them. 1 cousider them as producers of early lambs and good of quality superior to tho Dorset." Now, unless tho breeder has one or tho other of theso breeds of sheep it is hardly probable that ho will h.ivo his lambs much earlier than tho fmt of the year, as tho breeds of sheep most common in this country do not tako tho ram till about tho first or tho middlo of August. Cor. Breeder's Gazette. 3 4 .by Alniont 33, record 2:30?, by Abdnllah 15 (sire of Goldsmith Maid 2:14, and Belmont, sire of Nutwood 2:IS?) dam by Mambrino Chief 11, out of a daughter of Pilot. Jr (sire of the dam of Maud S. 2:0S?). Alniont sired 50 in the 2:30 list. by Norman 25 (biro of Lula2;14?, May Queen 2:20, of the dams of Norval 2:17, Knnny Robinson 2:201, Norman Medium 2:20, etc.) by Morse Horse 0; 1st dam Sloctmi mare, by Magnum Bonuin. Young Twyman mare, by Coeur do Leon (HevN). Old Twymnn mare, (untraced). hat George Dictator will make the season of 1S03 nt $20 to insure a living colt. My fine saddle stallion, by On Time and out of n Stonewall Jackson maie, will also make the season nt the same time ami place at $10 to insure a living colt. Denmark, (son of Washington Denmark dam by Harris' Denmark, (son of Miller's 3d Denmark. King Eagle was never beaten lu the model ring by horse, mare or gelding. Sired by Black Eagle, slieof Black Squirrel 1st dam the dam ol Mark Diamond and Monte Christo) by Black William. Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Parting with maro positively forteils insuronco Grass furnisb?d at $1 per month Lexington.1 id dam by Hamlet hands high; foaled 18S0; bred by George K. Kecne, Shelby ville, Ky. by. Old Lo Grand, (son of Washington Denmark.) Sirod by Yellow Jacket, a gieats.uldle horse. 1 dam' Black Silk Black stallion, nearly 10 LIE Will also stand a good Mule Jack At J3 to insure. GKRy-A-IsriD. B. P. WOODS, 5 Stanford, Ky WALLACE DENMARK 15); hands high. By SUMPTKR 55.' God-dar- 2 dam by Dreunon. 3 dam Iy Highlander. beaten SILVER TIP 169. make the Tint handsome siddle stallion will Hrot , one mote, He w.it tired by Second Jewel, ho by Cunning-liain'- a ton of 1S93 at the liable of llearley on the ItuttunTit.c turnJewel, he by old Washington Denmark mile wettot Stanford His first dam Minnie by McDonald's llalcorn pike, .Second dam by Wells' Crusader, hit itt dam by At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. Stonewall Jacknn , he by Washington Denmark, he by lllack Denmark, hit tst dan. by Crusader ho by Old Whip, ad dam a Rocky Mountain mare. Money due) when coll it foaled or mare parted with moved out ol the county or bred to another horse. Pasturage furnished mares from a distance taken lo at Ji per month. Due care) will be 110 event prewill vent iccidantt and eacapet, but in wc be responsible lor cither. sired by Silver King, lip was Pedigree: Silver Time, he bv Stonewall Jackson. Viral dam fekedaJdle by Oll er, son of Wa5-oneLion. itcond dam by RedMollle Mounce, sired by Cabb"l'. l."5l"ton,ton of Ulootl'i lllack ll.wk. VIidpI;03n:-Sllv'."- MADISON SANDIDOE& SON, S Mllledgevtlle Ky. r; .A-INTO-EI- np na . brwRfnl red .. ..-- ijr( m..teirn .v hncU fitrfo(!liiin. hn; wa. foaled May ,, hh, mn. ,U, ryin style aU action than any stallion and the couni -in as a taddle a word, ho i a model in form readily teen that this is one of .he rrclestb"ed saddle stallions in the State.with iolV. a We can readily recommend him aa and line his f ' will be hU third icasou lefn. backed up on both tides by thorou?hredt. aaidle .ualllic.. In atl'dltiuu to this atallloo-lid trot, which eminently recoro. mwdJhmaSaSr of high clasa combined hors- a BB ASLBY BROS. will" !!,.. favorably with the Ket of any horte in the country. W. H. HAYS. Son of Wallace Denmark; tst dam by Miller by the race horse Den.nart; his will stand English Hunter the season of 1S93 at my stable 3 milet from Shelby City, oil the Knob Denmark,Jdhe Horiff,!. dam by Montgomery's Oliver, id dam The Leaslnc System. dam Lick and 1 tirnersville iiike, at $8 to iosure a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled or mare by Old Dreiinon. Iom 1, tine shaped with. I will alto tland the excellent young Jack, Tho leosiug system of runnlug sheep I black with heavy mane and tail, ,3); hind, hor.e.; high is a natural saddler and will warrant him a saddle Oolt. in this country is on tho increase. The to breeder. $8 the Insurance. wool old plan has been to givo half the Stock committed to my care Lien retained on colt till season is paid. and half tho increaso for a period of five Three years old, 16 hands high, with while points, heavy bone good style and extra length. Sired by receive my personal attention and breedinn will r .....-.- , Ranger is V, bands high, black with white paid original number the champion ju.k, Tom Keene, by Rube Billmgtou, he by Clark's Mammoth, he by Wight s Main, at reasonable rales, to be (ot before removal of years and turn back the aecidents or escapes. points. Ilred and raised by V. 11. Carpenter, of of owes nt tho end of that timo. The moth, he by Ataringo Mammoth. Tom Keene's dam by Col. Epsom, he by Epsom's Montgomery, by stock. No responsibility with slock forfeits Insurance. Cole's Montgomery, by Old Black Sampson. Tom Keeno's second dam by Mogul, by Couipromite,. by Parting Newmiddletnn, Tenn,, and Is registered In the new plan is for the lesseo to take two Tippecanoe. ty mack liawK, uy imp I have a nice track and stable in connection with u; ...,.--arrior iov. at. jouu um ui.r to Ilrcedera' Association ol Nashville, Tenn. He It pounds of wool ever' season for each rior, her dam an Imported jennet. The above finely bred vouog jack, whose blood linet trace twice an my business. Mr. Roy Bcailey, a fancy saddle, horse man, is with me and we are prepared to ban great Warrior lamily and to the noted Black Hawk, the greatest of the Warrior family, with Bheop and keep all tho increase. Mr. the a tine performer and sure foal getter. Infusion of fresh imported blood close up, should provo a great breeder. There m ill also bo some of In die horses, both lor saddle and harness, satisfactostand Bacheldor maintains that this arrange- last year' get in the neighborhood to show for themselves. as Willsex of at $10 to insure a living colt rily to our patron. to J. W. POWELL, progeny. J. STEELE CARPENTER, gives tho owner a 15 per cont in- to approved marcs and J15 for jennets, without distinction ment Hustonvllle, Ky. 5 S vestment on his capital. Hustonville, Ky. at will stand my jack, Ranger, the present season i't miles west of Hutlonville, on the llradfurdswlle pike, I my place I'oultry I'attttrr. The correspondent who wishes to know what ho can "grow best" for tho uso of chickens on about half an acre, partially Which I will stand at tho santo place and time at to insure a living colt. planted with quito young trees, does uot Will pasture mares at $2, but not responsible f )t nceidents. state whether tho chickens aro to bo alM. S. BAUGHMAN, lowed to run upon this half acre or not. Stanford, Ky. ;j If they aro not, we would suggest planting a portion with corn and sowing tho larger part of tho remainder with barley, reserving n small portion for tho growth of sugar beets. If the chickens aro to Combined bay ttal ioa, 16 hanOs high; both hind aull-'- white. have tho run of tho lot, there is nothing better than red clover, provided of 13 V MKSSKNGER. course that clover will grow well in his dam the Wm. Lusk saddle mare (iurrard Co. by Davy Crocket, son of Dennj's Drennon, by Imp Dreunon. the best taddle mare ever locality. If it will not, then sow to oats by Highlander. a dam and ryo, which furnish very good forago Messenger Chief (sire of Maud Messenger a i6 Abdallah Messenger (tire ol English Hunter) is for the chickens while tho crops aro Jake a 13, and 7 others better than a 30J. tst dam by (by Sentinel a sjJJ, in 1871, sire of Von Amin Susie young. By sowing a portion of the field a ij' and 7 others better than a ta, and lull brother to volunteer; ad adani Kittv Ilhers g. d. of Maud at a time that is, by making successive son of Messengers i6l4l by Alexander's Abdallah (sire of Goldsmith Maid 14 and the most prepolent Kysdyk't Hambletonian.) sowings there will nil tho season bo , ,1, by Hed Jacket, (sire of the dam of Kentucky Wilkes 3 31 and of the g.d. of Red Wilkes by Cornel some young bboots that will be eagerly a son of Sherman Morgan, sire of Vermont's cropped by the chickens. ltural New Black Hawk, founder of the Morgan family, the greatest family of roadsters in the world. Yorker. I.e Grand has been a very successful show horse, having never been show ring. Is perfectly kind and gentle and is a No. 1 breeder. I also have 1 63"o insure a living colt. Will stand at DENMARK, JR.; he by Denmark, he by Gaines & Cromwell's Denmark, ho by the race horse Denmark, he by Imp. in a Iledgcford. t $ Thxoa Good Jacks, a $0 3 dam... .Fannie Wallace, No ,6, by Sir Wallace. he by lodhunter's Sir Wallace, he Uy Sir Albert (thoroughbred.) dam ...by Virginlus (dam of YlrginiusbyTran-by- , (thoroughbred he by Miaou's Whip. .a Whip Mare. d.im -- $15 the Insurance. LBZSL 4 262. years old; 16 hands high. Bv WALLACE DENMARK a; see pedigree of Wallace Denmark 35.) Blood's flack lUwk, he by Old Black Hawk. Mdeite's istdam by dam Uallatio, 3d dam Old Tiger, tin. ilex' itt dam by Mambrino Chief n. 111 3 4 dam. . Albert, (thoroughbred. Virginlus, he by Mason's Whip. .a Whip mare. ty ' 816 the Insurance. TOM EOSZlTSOir. I At $8 Insure a Living i;.. ..uu, t "I M - lAtfc va.al . or- - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - Stanford, Ky., March 31, 1803 ativo Tho ton of I'uiv 8, Miss., wna do Tub initial number of the ConfederateWar Journal, dated Now York and Lux stroyed by incendiaries. Almost every inu'tbn, Ky is before in. Ita object is storo and residence iu tlio pluco was to collect nnd embalm in tbo art preserv- - j wiped out, I W. P. WALTON. EIGHT : PAGES. s It ,t iM i r i II- - 111 F. J. Jones has SO acres of land and Tiik last of tbe full general of the Cona fine house at Preacher ville for pale. federate army crossed over the river Address him thero. Wednesday, when Gen. E. Kirby W00L- .-I want to buy 100,000 lbs Smith's illustrious career ended. Ho or more of wool. Will pay highest markcame of a lino of famous Holdiurs who et price. A. T. Nunnclley. to be have fought in every war in this counM.S. Baughman has reduced the ' try since tbo old French war nnd was George Dictaprice on his stallions and himself a soldier nnd a gentleman par The Masou fc Foard penitentiary lease tor will servo mares at $13 instead of$20 excellence. In the buttle at Ccrro Gor expires and as there are no and Le Grand at $10 iutead of $15. This is do during tho Mexican war he was pro- bidders for the labor of the convicts, the mighty low, considering tbo breeding of moted to captain for distinguished brav- sinking fund commissioners a.-- taking thu horses. ery and in tho late war between tho Bteps to have the State enro for these grow Our horpe advertisements Slates he rose rapidly from colonel to the troublesome creatures and manage her apac. We liavo several uimiumn mure highest rank of full general, and was the own elephant. At a meeting of the board than at this time last year and still thej subject of a special act of Congress com- Attorney General Hendnck offered n como. Tho owners know whero to put a, mending his valor and the matchless resolution providing that the Legislature their money to do them tho most good. campaign ho prosecuted. After tho war be called upon to frame a law providing The I. J. coch everywhere. he left tho country till he found out for working the convicts on tho public Sheriff Curtis A. Robinson sold at what would be the policy of the Federal roads of the State. This was adopted, public auction Mouthy, in front of the government as to the Confederate lead- Gov. 15 row n voting in the negative. Oth e door, in Lancaster, 4,422 ers and lived awhile in Mexico and Cu- er resolutions adopted provide that here- acres of Garrard county land and 14 ba. The nntion learning of war no more, after the State shall feed, clothe nnd town lots for taxes for 1891 and 1SK2 on A. ho turned his attention to civil matters guard the convicts, leasing only their la- same, amounting to $1,717. 75c. AIL ioods and for 18 years he has held the chairs bor, and that the warden shall provide Telegrams from the pnch growing .$5, of mathematics nnd botany iu the Uni- "tho facilities and essentials" of BubsHt regions of Maryland say that there will versity of the South at Swanee, Tenn. ence for the convicts at the expense of be a paying crop this jvar. The buds He was ill only two week?, during which State on and after April 1. aro now spelling and many trees nre he expressed his firm confidence iu the found to contain as many live buds as Editor Mores, of the Indianapolis can mature into peaches, if they are not to be Redeemer and among his last intelligible word was this verse from the 23d Sentinel, and a leader of the original killed by late frosts. Psalm, "Though I walk through tho val- Cleveland men in Indiana, has received Cattle are looking up in Cincinnati, ley of tho.shadow of death I will fear no bis reward in the shape of tho fat con with the prices of a cent higher all evil, for Thou art with me." Tho funer- sulate to Paris. Republics may bo un- around, best shippers being quoted at 5; when the Confeder- grateful, but Mr. Cleveland is demon- stockers nnd feeders 3 to A al will ocor hogs ars ate officers and soldiers who can get strating that he is not. heavy nnd prime also higher, with select, there will pay him tho last tribute of The surgeons removed a tumor weigh- butchers at 7.35 to 7 GO; sheep firm at 3J S. Slaughter, and Miss Lulu D. Slaughter respect. ing l'JO pounds from Mr. Bush, at Pitts- to 51; spring lambs 10 to 12c. visited Mrs. G. S. Gaines Monday. Mies May wheat broke 7(c on the Chica. Gov. Buckner has published a surre- burg, and pronounced the operation a Myrtle Wilds entertained the Suntlower price of joinder to Gov. Brown's rejoinder, in most successful one, but a? tho woman go Wednesday and at the high club Monday evening in honor of Misses of bushels exwhich ho goes for the executive without died the average layman can not see the tbeday, S2r millions Beazley and Court, of Stanford, and changed bands. It is thought the hea- Misses Owsley, of Hubble Meesrs. gloves, charging him with deliberately point. vy dealiug eliminated tho intermediate Frank Marksbury and Jesse Sweeney, falsifying the testimony of NEWSY NOTES. interest, and that tho bull clique, which attended a party at Stanford, Tuesday Hewitt, garbling the record to make a His entire interest in the !u ..n.lavnrint' to corner the market, is point and doing other thing Of such a Mrs. Allen White, Lowell, Ind., evening. Miss Kate Landram is ppend-- j now face to face with the bear division. ing a few days at Camp Nelson. Mr. II. dishonorable nature as would disbar him gave birth to a child with a full set of It is reported on pretty reliable au- B. Hackloy, of Danville, is tinHIng his from practico in any court. Gov. Brown teeth. says the card is a silly a'ntl unm.inly proWhitney eays ho will thority that Mr. M. J. Karris, now in tho relatives here. Mr. C. Brown, of London, duction and that ho will not answer it. positively accept no oflico under the West.haa sold all of tho cattle in New whs here this week. Mrs. M. D. IliigheHj Moxico owned by the Danville company, and Mrs. John E. Stormes were iu DanFor this decision much thanks. We present administration. composed of Messrs. Farris, Quisenberry, ville shopping, Wednesday. Miss Julia have had quite enough of the busiA meeting of all who ate interested ness. Let the courts settle the question in securing good country roads for Ken Evans and J. W. Proctor. Tbe deal cou- Ueid will return next week from Denver, cattle, 12.000 and 11.000 Aiicl- now, nnd hereafter when the governor tucky will be held April 13 at Bo.vling Colordn. Mis Lena Wood, is the and the amount iealud on the pale will guest of her sister Miss Carrie Woods. wish to exchange Green. and the Edward Truax, of Haddoniield, X. J., approximate "$123,000. Advocate courtesies, let their remarks be confined was a crofcs eyed youth till a few days Crops look well in the Ohio Valley, j to tho one made by the governor of governor of Morili ago when n mule kicked him betwepn Grass is delayed by cold weather, but. South Carolina to tho gives unmiautaiiie signs 01 springing ujj Carolina, vu., namely, It's a d d the eyes setting them strait. Dr. Tauchman, the Viennese au- fresh nnd strong when warm days come. long time between drinks. thority on blizzards, stye: "This spring Tho winter wheat was well preserved iii:coki 1 19)4 Prof. Emsha Gkav has at last per- nnd summer will be memorable for tho through the long, cold term. It shows Which w madii with but little handling fected his telautograph, or long distance most terrible storms and hurricanes of a tiue stand, and, unless injured by Sciltiutl 31479 wa '"'"I by AlinuM Sentinel, by Ssntinel, hnby Hainbletonlan to. writing machine, which transmits f:te the century." spring freezing and thawing, will make itt dan. by Sliakcspwre ; .! dam by I.one. t dan simile of handwriting or sketches. If Gray Wilson wanted at Steuben ville, an abundant crop. Cin. Commercial-Gazette- . bentmt.3daurv a aUurouKliliri-d- tUr bay, hand tbe machine is capable of what is claim- Ind., for burglary was arrested ntColnm- h.Kh, heavy ream and tall and pronowmtd by vnmpctrnt judges to be the handsomest hor.e in ed for it, it will revolutionize the pub- bus, Ohio. In his attempt to conceal The old broad mare, Primrose, died Kentucky In selecting a stallion endeavored to Kt lishing of cats in newspapers, as by it 0 bv swallowing he liked to have .it thu Wnoillitirn Farm, niied 2S. She 3 o....tl liivMtinn. combine! Mllh tire. Sun-daBcenes of interest oau be reproduced choked to death. form, fine iuare tn.ttmc action, tpcid ami mill foaled u bay colt by Lord Unwell " And nsk a continuance of the patronage extended the firm of vidua! mrnt at vrella plicrce Aal'i- litems with an accuracy aud celerity not now Felix A. Reeve, of Tennessee, nomimorning, which makes her 20th foal itatlMied that hisiucm U ituiirpi,i he h.u m. & VanArsdale, and will make it to the interest of others to trade with will I turu tht ofamthrm rre known. .Most of the cuts of wondeiful nated forsolicitor of the treasury, has and all of them except one arc living, verv Driimmne go the 10 lUt thit year Two The books and accounts have been transferred to me and I will - thl and brought inc. occurences are at present produced from for several years been assistant solicitor, which is a greater record than any other oldinat thu Lcainicion continue the latter with all who desire. good priced. description, aided by the imagination of and his nomination is regarded in the brood mare over tnmle. She was the at my Sentinel si.179 ill nuke tht icaton ot ft"Cloth!ng, Hoots and Shoes will be sold regardless of cost to close the artist. light of a promotion. dam of six in the 2::J0 list and has 127 ltableal McKlnncy, out stock. Samuel Pearco and William Doogan performers among her descendants. She At $1 to Insure a Living Colt. Gov. McCueahy puts a quietus on the a;ed 12 and 13 respectively were caught nm.lnpf.il Princens. the noted Bire, and Miwey due hfn colt atand up and aucki, report that he would recommend no wo- at Columbus, Ohio, burglarizing a store her offspring nre breeding on to the Ith mate purled Ith or bred to another hoitc men for by having one ap- They Gra furnuhed at liper month. Not rtsponm-bl- e had a dark lantern, masks and generation. for accident! .hoiild any occur pointed the first thing, Mrs. Burton, at GKOHGEK. regulation burglar tools. COUNTY. McKlnney, Ky. LANCASTER, 6ARRARD Tayloreville. The Louisville Times ways A pair of miscegenntionists from it knew that the governor never made Ohio barely escaped lynching . at A judgment wnB entered at thu such a resolve, as he is too astute a poliThe mau barely escaped to the present term of the Garrard Circuit Court tician and too manly a man to deprive woods and the woman succeeded in get- to sell the old Lancaster Aculemy Will make the leaton ot ii)jat "Maplet" the the widow and the orphan of their cruse ting out of the way iu some manner. y idotte. on Depot Btreet. old home of Arthur blmi and of oil and measure of meal. Telegrams were received at Atlanta, A protracted meeting will bo comOf Every Description, At $20 to Insure. Cait. James Blackburn, a brother of from Attorney General Olney ordering menced nt the Methodist church on the lee Directed colt for Senator Joe, has been appointed U.S. that further investigation of the Red wine 10th of the the coming month and will Lein retained on by Director service record J17; i iAi, 1391?. at Dan- - dam fannytired Wilket, by Ueot? Wilkes ji9. record marshal for Kentucky, as was predicted defalcation be stopped. The purpose of be conducted by Elder Taylor, of j:j; d dim Fun .dam of Kato Sprajue ol .i. 1.1I HyiiiK by tbe knowing ones. The captain is a tho order is not understood iu Atlanta ville. Lmce, ton . Spiaifucj.i7j4. AforKair, 3d Joe Bowers who has been appointed Queen, by l.eneral (Milord, 4II1 Capt. Letcher Owsley uavoan elegant darn Karny, damCnancellar; jth dam by American good man and would have been given by trie appointment eight years ago, but for postmaster at New Washington, Ind , entertainment and nipper to tlje visiting ' It is handt, i'J inchct hi)th; he u Directed some treasonable utterances found in u has served a term in the Prison South for lawyers, members of the local bar and magnificently built and aplendidly proportioned; I.). M. Kerry's Garden Seed in bulk and package. All new seed. sheep stealing, is very illiterate and has officers of the court on Tuesday evening. deep through the heart, thort back, Ioiir body, letter he wrote when a mere boy from ground, short from hock down, from knwto recently voted u badly mixed ticket, Letcher is n worthy chip of the old block, thorlloin, hip and tuful, nice mane and tail Crow fine his camp in the Confederate army. countenance. t plemlid eye.and politically speaking. and that he will make his mark in the blick, beyond any doubt ictellisent bom trolttr A ton ol He n Baying. Director .it. the only horte that eer the urcat Secretary Gresham has removed Dr. world, goes without Financial circles in Louisville are lived with a record at oo.l as i; that hat tiled In the contested election cane be- two with record! better than 1 i Hut the power shocked and excited over the discovery F. 0. St. Clair, for more than 27 years to becet tteed it tho birth tnjlit of IJi that A. R.Sutton, of a wholesale liquor head of the consular bureau in tho State tween W. B. Mason, democrat, nnd W. rector, extreme Mied Direct pi 7 at, who j lull . .1 tirm, has uttered forged warehouse re- department. lie won gu'Ity of holding SI. Broadens, rtpublicanv ior me circuit wonfjSsrso; Margaret b., i4, uiniiisi4io, ... n cvangciine 3J4 BUY THE CMLKHRATKD ceipts to the amount of SlL'0,000 nnd buck official pipers on the score that clerkship, JuJrb Saiifloy cleciiled 111 $j,oand Uirectum (3jt 3.11!$, wlnmnji ia. yr) (11 ill for too Hilar a ,n!l nl Ibn.Abi over. All the banks ire caught more or they were personal letters. favor of Mason. It will bo reinoinbtirud tettf. m.liitii. awl Ills 8l have won altojjclhtrr Oirctur -- The majority of the United States tlint in'fitaku wnsfoiinil in Mnson'o fnvor lets, besides numerous businest linns. T A. KI.KIN. Lancattcr, Ky. Sutton has hetutofore stood highly iu the Senate committee on elections has made in the HryanUville precinct after tliu u city. a report in favor of heating tho Senators return waa msulu.We utulerHtainitliat an will ha taken in tho case. appointed by Just an even 1U0 republican heads of States where the governois of Wehtem appeal .Washington Lusk, one of the best the Legisla fell into the bastures failed to elect. and inoit widely known colored mau in ket Tuesday. Gen. Maxwell is doing At Richmond, Ind , Dr. Frank G.urard county died Tuesday at the adwell, but still there is room for improveSECOND COUSIN TO MAUD S., Beuham wos given two years in the pen- vanced ago of (JS years. lie was a preacher ami Jshimk1 and half lnother to ment. Let the good work be magnified itentiary for seducing Miss Anna Tuller. and durini? the cholera in 187:1 was tho thoilaiii ot Moiietlv a. to; champion will be glorified by all aud the general Just as ho was being taken to tho pun. only one of his calling, black or while, to t ilium rtcorl ).iml the mrvof ilic cluui of HelUara, the Jacksonian democrats. To the vic- tho young lady expressed her willingness ren.Riu iu Lancaster. During that timoj x'oS.aUii ol the il.imiot thiee others with remit Olive Points three for Si. tors belong the spoils. '.it)i oii'l lyg-il- made in 19.1. himjund they were made hus- all tho people who remained during the of to marry blue 1., 16 him), high and Krncin.n Jr.. U a tolut lt) , and Is a t.i!llon Hut recommends epidemic would attend bis meetings. Aktkii amending the Semite bill rela- band nnd wife. veii;h Samuel Crosby, of Newport, deliberIu the Circuit Court, ilose .Spilmnn, himself. Ily KrrUsson 130, the champion slalliun ting to common schools lb times, the 1st .lain by llodoc, by old Pilot, the of his House passed it, but its originators do ately shot and instantly killed his wife. a negro, nnd a notonou3 thief waa sent to direct .lay. Jr., wre of the dams ot Maui 3., Jay Pilot for stuulitiK not know it any more. There are some Then, Hlter a decperate 6trugglo with the peniieniary for one year and Nutwoutl. Hi& colls are unuially "Monkey Und, cood ne, fine ntyle, haInj; produced some :nart Alecks in the legislature, who Ills own brother and another man, he Hamlet Urown'H chickens. would offer amendments to the ten com- he made a dash for liberty and es John" a coon about llfteen years of ago of the best the country cm ulford. They are (;oid roadsters and the lent of Ian ily was aeut up fo rgnuul larceny. In the mandments or tho Lord's prayer if pre- caped. Apparently there was no hordes, and if haadle.l would mnkeaood racers. It was simply a mur- capo of Uncle Ben Itobiueon against tho sented by others than themselves. Will make the sesnou at my stablo t t miles from der. L A N. U. U., the jury returned a verdict Ilu,lonville on the Huitonwlle and Liberty road, Miss Edith M. Diy, of Portland, for S1S0. for plaintiff. The htandin;; Tub bill to prohibit "barbering" on Sunday baa become a law without the Ore., arrived iu Cincinnati Wednesday jury was finally discharged Wednesday, At $10 to Insure a Mare in Foal. approval of tho governor, but as there night on her novel railroad trip of 10,000 there being no further ueo for them. Man bred and traded or bred el where renders on coll until ne.son la Receiving His is no emergency clause, it will not go miles to show America's lino railroad sysMro. K. W. Morrow ia visiting her season due, I.cin retimed paid. of into effect till 00 days after the adjourn- tem and how a woman unattended can aihtfcr, Mrs. John Baughman, l'anture Ji.joper month, all nures at owners ment of the Legislature, which it appears, travel as comfortably and a3 safely as on MiBses Beaasley and Courto, of risk. H. S. I'OWKLL. like Tennyson'b brook, will go on for- the streets of her native city. She will Stanlord, who vWted Miss Lizzie TJioinp. Goods Warranted and a Tedcd Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. iiintormlle, Ky ,j return via the South nnd Mexico. home. Mr. und Mis. ever. Bon have returned dou-blo-pa- of all arts facts and incidents of the great'rebellion as Hen from tho Confederate side nnd every former sympathizer with the lost causa ought to give it support. It is edited bv Gen. Marcus J. Wright, assisted by Hun LaUreennd pub lished monthly at $1 per year. Tho current number contains good likenesses of President Jefferson Davis, Stephens and Gen. Lee, nnd a picture of the inauguration of Mr. Davis atjMontgomery, Ala., in 1S01, besides other illustrations. It is hoped that its founders will make the War Journal a complete success financially nnd otherwise. Vice-President Irving Lttimor, tho escaped matri cide from the Michigan ponitcntinry, has boenciptured. It will ba remembered that ho poisoned his guards ANUJRA0E ITEMS. Frank Dudderar sold to Robinson, of Gnrrard, a pair of mare inuleu for FARM "Just Back From East" With a new stoch and we propose to do a $250. SLASHING BUSINESS Pair Men's Shoes worth $2.50 a pair. Look at them. Baby shoes 25 cts. a pair. Child's shoes 50 cents a pan Misses' shoes 75 cents a pair. This spring. Bought 200 soldat SI. 75 e PLOW SHOES 90 Cents A PAIR. Fancy liht colored Calicos 5 cents yard. court-hous- New Line of Mulls, Satteens, Gloves complete. Just opened. Our Clothing and Hat Stoch is $7. Boys' Suits at $2.50. Child's suits, Men's Suits. in the house LOWER THiL3Sr ELSEWHERE found. 1 to-da- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. I Have Purchased of W. H. Higgins. , Ex-Audit- J J GROCER! . vivI'ii.ii to-wi- t: SENTINEL 21479 . HARDWARE BOOTS, 1 Him-lltunla- n; 1 l CLOKG, I one-uii- SK SC. S-- y ld y-- ij post-maste- r ..,. Mays-ville- pro-p3rt- y DIRECTED 13946. V GARDEN TOOLS, Ac-)- New York Seed Potatoes, McKINNEY BROS. I ? 5 4 -- 5"'-7'!7- VULCAN Chilled Plow. -- ji; dead-lock- ed 4th-clas- s post-maste- rs ERRECSSON JR. Jay-liye-:- Every Ons Warranted. W. H. WEAREN & CO. T l 1 - Eyo-Se- e, t mo-liv- e. cold-bloode- d Iticli-mon- FAIJL,WINTJimil (EMDOBS - 71H- U-' " Tf'f'fy" J. 'TT u rn Semi-Week- CHURCH AFFAIRS. A fink hoy hloescd tlin union Mr. PiWK Hick h, who predicted tho lato mid Mrs. fc'nm I'liillipg, of How land Wed- cyclonp, says that April will be a stormy There will be JCaster services at tho month and mines thu 3d, 4th and 5th as Christian church Sunday morning. nesday. danger centers. Dr. TtdinaRO baa contributed $10,-00- 0 6tanfoiu, Kv., March 31, 1893 Wk invito thu farnmrn to inspect our K. C. Walton, business manager of to help pay tho debt on the Hrook-ly- n Whitnly liiudiTH uud Muwurd. Farris A tabernacle. the Inti:iuor Jouunal, will bo at Liberty Hnrdin. ,O.WAbTON,Bus.Mana((er K. O. Smith, a student nt tho Lexnext Monday and will bo glad to meet IIuv your seed Irish potatoes of W. If. old subscribers and any persons wishing ington Biblo College, hits been expelled Wesreu ft Co., and get tho best nt tho to become subscriber. If you need job for stealing a sclioolinate's watch. PERSONAL POINTS. lowest price. PleaBo announce through your pawork of any kind s.ivo it for him. Miwj Annik Alcokn is quitu sink. per that tiie stockholders of the Janio I on't forget to examine our carpets, As proof of tho pudding is chewing Wash Nkwt Cbakj got in nahi Wetiiiemlay. Institute aro called to meet Satrr-da- y Quo. L. Penny is down with the mi'an- - mnilo to fit your room and put down on tho bag, John Pearl, tho London fishernight beforo the 4th Sunday in your floor. Hughes & Tato. d leu. man, sent us tho bead of that April. J. X. Huff. MIeo Miss M.aim:TucKKH !h vipitin message; "I know you v yon don't ro what you want in thla pike, with this Rev. Sam Jones denounces as agreat VirKtdinu Ballnrd. call for it and w will try to get it aro not a sucker, but I hopo you can big lie the story that ho is packing a pisMil. T. M. Wiutk Is clerking at H. K. paper, into the next. We are here for that pur- swallow this." Hut wo cannot. When tol for another preacher. Sam's tongue JoneH Si Son's Btoru. wo try it looks larger than nn ordinary is sharper than a sword and Miw. F. J. Antiionv in visiting tho pose. whale's head. can do mon damage than half a dozen CoiiDiKit has written for family of Mr. T. 8. Parsons. ly Interior Journal d v TIIE BEST PLACE TO BUY Wall A. t Paper! TMC JLo in All new stock and latest designs. llj-poun- R PENNY. two-edge- Post-mabtk- ii Mrs. Hem Saldino, of Luhiuion, jm on a visit to her father, Col. T. P. Hill. Misb Kuma IIalks is to bo n millinur in Mrs. Courts' eittnbliahrnunt. Miip. H. II. Dankb U visttiiiK Mtn. GeoiKO Hroaddun, in Mndivon. been eoullnod Miis. J. U. MKiifliio.'Jlia to her bed for two weeks with a hevero hr hIk-to- r, cold. i i V I . IP Peoplo came for 40 miles Tuesday. Fair. Owiing to tho Pad weather around to see him, drawn by his adver- the fair meeting called for a few Saturtisement in this paper, which ho says days ago was not held, but it is request must circulate everywhere. ed that every ono who feels interested embroidery in having a good fair here this year will Kxamink our lace and Mm?, M 0. Wallkk went to Pnrksville counter and our new satteens, ginghams come to tho yesterday to see Mrs. Isaac VauArsdale, and all kinds of dress goods, trimming Saturday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, to conwho is not exported to live. silks and silks for waistB, Ac, before you sult about the matter. Over 60 of the 100 shares necessary have been subscribMoiikhi.y hm been kIvimi a buy. Hughes A Tate. Mil. W. A. ed and no person has been permitted to of thu railroad at Loretto n Rood section Ciiickkn TitiKVi are getting in their tako over one share. and has moved his family there--. work in tho McCormack's church neighMs. and Miw. W. II. I)oinKKAii have Tiik Danville Advocate having referborhood. A number of hen housts have Kono to Cincinnati to spend u few weeks red to tho fact that Judge M. D. Hughes, been raided and Mr. I. M. Carter, Jr.'s, with their aunt, Mrs M. Livinwlon. an applicant for rovenuo agent, once Mr. J. 0. McAlister has been visited twicu uud a number tux-eLKTTKiiifroin A held a position under a republican adeach time. informs us that ho has moved his family ministration but ro signed in preference from KnniH, Texas, to Ore, Cans county, Mu. A. C. Sink is fixing up another to contributing to Hits campaign fund of Mo. Gov. and Miw. J. H. McCiikary left room in tho old Commercial Hotel build- that party, wo give below an article writWashington for Hichmond Wednesday ing for an olllce. If he would apply a ten and published by us July 11, 1J70, will not now torch to tho old pi'e and let it burn to which explains tho whole matter and night and McKNNEY. the ground the people would rise up and may do tho judge somo good in his have to go so fur to see him. The house of James Welch, colored, Hkv. Gkoikik O. Harsks and family call him blessed, while thu Intkiiioii present aspirations: was burned with all its content? on tho "Tho republicans are determined to will not come to Pink Cottage to live, as Jot'KS'Ai. would sing peans to him now 23d. carry Ohio this Fall if money and devilMr. J. K. Farris and evermore. was their intention. Rev. J. X. Bowline, of Middleburg, try chu accomplish it. Tho money, as passed Iibs rented and moved his Jamlly to it. through hero Wednesday to MisW. It. Smith, for some time in tho emon usual, is being raised by assessments Mi no km Annik Ktrwaht and Fannie ploy of Proctor A Idol, Danville, was souri to tako charge of his church at tho office holders, and tho man who Hamilton. Hrannaman, two handsomo young la- lodged in jail Wednesday by Sheritl J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. county, dares to assert his rights and refuse to dies from Wildie, Hockcastle Quite a number of the members of of Boyle, charged with stealing $100 meet the demands on hirn b ordered were tho guests of Mrs. Mattiu Nevius. 24421, 1893. from that firm. Tho prisoner is about the Maonic fraternity of this place at M. 11ai!Iiiiov, of Ijincaster, who 10 years old and hails from iiuH'.ilo, N down and out with but little ceremony. tended tho lectures Jamks at Hustouvillu last Full corps of CJtucrvatory tiil School teachers. Superior counts in Literature, Music and has been in thu revenue department at Y. lie married a Somerset lady and she A case in point has just como to pass. Saturday night. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application An Kxcelicnt tioirdins department Hughes, a democrat, of this coun Washington for some time, lias made ap Is at pn sent at McKinuey, this county. M. D. Siinio Toombes, near this place, is ty, has through tho friendship of Colplication for promotion o the huad ol u Smith very low with consumption. a good looking man and has James lector A. M. Swope, filled the oilice of division. Daugherty, of this place, is not expected none of the appearances of a criminal. at a distillery in Bourbon for MlfsXoiiA Wkicii, the Rceoinplished to live but a few dajs. Thk intelligent compositor made us a number of months past. Ho has givwho was with Miss l.iceie He:w trimmer Mrs Rev. Julian, of Stanford, is the say in last isuo that President Cleve en entire satisfaction, so far as perform- guest of Mrs. W. R. Davidson. lay lut season, returned with her Tues-iUJ. O. and can be found again at her estab- land "does bear malice," when we w rote ing his dutiis is concerned, and his Shield, of Lexington, is here. Will Is now prepared to exhibit to the Ladies a choice and elegant assortment of the reverse. Tho hmiuu compositor in books are sijuaie to tho figure. Ho could Marksbury, of Girrard, is visiting his lishment alHii., returned setting up the subject of John Temple probably have remained in the oliico Hon. John S. Owsley, G. I'. Alford. Missed Helen funds cousin, from Nnrhvilli! Wednesdny. He says his Graves' lecturt- - for the mime paper got it most indefinitely, but campaign and A lire Gooeh have returned from rinsed, and Mr. Hughes was daughter, MIa I'nunu, is better and will The Huin of tho Democracy," instead iiml tn hi Louisville, where they hive been taking We make this announcement that all may avail themselves of the come home with Mies M.ntgie as soon as al "The IMgn of the Demagogue." We ordered to,pony up his assessment. This lefsons in the millirery business. Miss opportunity of selecting their goods for rnufeKH that our handwriting is not as ho refused to do, stating that ho could Lillie Owens, of Jnuetfon City, is visiting she is stronver. distinct na the spencerisn copy plates, not, as an honorable man, insist in per- her sister, Mrs. K. J. Tanner. W. A. Hamilton has CITY AND VICINITY. but anybody can read it after you tell petuating u party whoso principles wero regretto lme moved to Lexington. We to givo Mr. Hamilton up. was therein time, and as extra inducement for you to come so opposed to Iiih own. He wbat it is. As a citizen he cannot lie excelled. And the Spring Uwk out for the April fool to morow. bim resigmtion would Misses Kflie and Mamie Wright havo early, we have marked our goods at such Low Prices as will cause upon notified ihnt his Mu. J. O. Floiikmk tells us that some be acceptable, and ho is now out of a gone to Hopkinsvillo Willie N. David- you to wonder how such fine quality of goods can be sold on so small Onion et and garden seeds at A. A. time in May ho and Dr. Peyton, who job, after the expense of removing hia son has gone to tako a business course a margin. Call and see us, compare these Goods and Prices with Warren's at the Bryant and Stratton College. ovns the lot adjoining the one he re- family and elleeb to Bourbon." anything you can find and we feel satisfied wc can please you and hII kiir's at W, 11. cently bought of Mrs. Davison, will G tunes' seeds of save you money. NEW ADVKUTISKMKN'TS. Wearen A Co's building KkIUIITSOI MAttAllEKS. TllOSQ wllO the erection of a application to join this order with an iron have made Lot of shade trees for sale. J. C to contain four front and be an improvement generally met in the county court room Tuesday Thompson, Lancaster. on the one just completed on Opera night and named Saturday night, April There came to my plice about 3'$ month ajro. A. C. SINK J. N. MENKKEE Wantkd. Kggs at 15 cents at Cash House ISloek. It would be a good idea, Sth, as tho date to organize. The Junc11. F. Jones A Son. invited to be a Red Heifer Calf. Ovnrr can get same by Hargain Store. if the council bus thu power, to condemn tion City lodge has been $ for thii notice and the feed bill occasion and assist us in faying - lias splendid JOHN' M. HALH, pictures of tho house between the proposed build- present on that A.J. Kaiiirunning order. There 9 Stanford, Ky. which ing and tho Presbyterian church. It will getting tilings in the cyclone's doings at Rowland, eternally unless some- have been 40 applications for memberbe an ho is selling fast at TiOc each. ship, and as there aro material advantathing of the kind is done. ges offered charter members, those anA. J. PlKBisRtnong the first demoAN attache of this paper, who prides ticipating joining had better make appliappointOf Spruit; and Summer Millinery at crats to taste pie. Ho has been himself on tho fact that he is not ;n old cation on or before Friday, 7th. The at Hrodhead. ed as he looks, though his former raven young men hero aro taking hold of it 2T0EL SISTER'S PAItLOE, T My stock of millinery is now open and locks aro rapidly whitening, possibly with a real, tho insurance feature being Next door to the Co., Main St. d I am ready to wait on the ladies of from the ellects of early piety and sit- nn incentive. lis careful and conservaDANVILLE, KY. vicinity. Mrs. P.T. Courts. ting too much in damp churches, was tive methods and immediato payment All the Lincoln county ladies aro cordially considerably taken down Wednesday by tho order away up Our facilities for giving the greatest values for the least outlay, are to attend Clkaii, crisp weather has prevailed for an old lady friend, w ho had not seen of all just claims put in tho estimation of thoe who acquaint several days and the signal service says him for a long time. "You aro getting unsurpassed. themselves with it. Tho Maccabees aro growing colder please it will continue awfully gray," said she; J,' how old are now established in i.J States and Provinbyidttht. you V" Not wishing to give him'elf dead ces and the membership is increasing at havojuu tcturne Irom the cities with a large All persons indebted to the old firm away, ho jokingly responded, "I was 01 tho rate of 3,000 every 30 days. The av- and comtrt1ierikic "Lord bles my soul! I erage age of the members is about 3d of 11. K. A W. II. Wearen Mi'rvr call and yesterday." STOCK OF MILLINERY, pre compelled to close our wouldn't havo thought you wero tnoro years. Tho deaths in 1S02 wore less than (Settle. We which a selected with the i;reiitetcjri, ntid to than )0," n.ia tho old lady's innocent, 5 to eacli 1,000 members. Mr. G. II. old accounts. v hich iuvuo the inspection of the ladies. MUs (atifn.tioii,t withering reply. H'ekh. who lias been here several days in Nora nit', and Iwho Rate much condition than a;ain Gkntlxmkn, wo ha the tastiest and though urn in better ever with of the order, went to Dan to sell the bet n.iods at the lowest ince. Call ollered in intesest cheapest line of clothing ever Tiur.VKH entered tho meat house of tho aiulwt! the new stylos .MISS UCCIE IIEAfLEY. Stanford. Come and see for yourselves. John L. Kaney Tuesday night, and not ville yesterday, where ho will shortly lodge. A careful perusal of HughcH A Tate. with stealing nearly all of his organize a content facts and figures in the March num from Mason, Campbell bacon, set tiro to tho building, which tho oilicial organ of tho order, The o ber of tho ANDA Co., n complete line of ladies' and was consumed, together with tho Beo Hive, publish! at Port Huron, and chicken houses. .Mr. Rr.ney gents' drMed and undressed kid glovep. Michigan, will make converts of any of I hie returned Iron the c t es with a nue lino was n wakened in time to get out what H. F. Jones A Son. sell a small profit. men who have an ol .Mi.l.uery wliUh w.ll as fir season's yocdj, leftover, a frith thu left, which was only a fow our Stanford young meat was a full stock of idea of becoming members. The Junc- from lat season, will ell ill Wk have received pieces. Mr. Rancy set himself to find Patterns. Any pattern sent by tho stolen meat and after a considerable tion Citv lodge will be our guebts while COST ONLY. here a 'id April .Sth will be made a pleasmail, postpaid, on receipt of catalogue search his efforts wero rewarded by AD2C. 'I he reason I do this u tn reduce mv ttocl. of Maitahkk. price. Severance Son. cvods su will he able to sell out my business at it in n straw ttack not far from ant evening. thn first opportunity. got Mehsia. Geo. 1). Hopcordially invito the ladies to call and examine MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. All of thu millineries are open now his house. Ho I lsoolicit a share oi their patron- mvcoads ItllL I. .h. IIIIIIPIF and they presmit a bewildering array of per, W. H.Simpson and Huck Iliattto 11ns. I l mvuun, Krmlimi-Kostrvuwa anil MIsh Ma ae Manford, Ky. 9 room is a watch thh stack while ho went for Deppretty goods. The Gerinuny, uty Menefee. On his return lie and Mr. ria Stirzttwsky, both fiom a joy forever. tiling of beauty, if not license Wi'dm'stlay iintl will bo 3S"qw Hopper wont to the stack and whistled oranges, lemons, bananas and for the other watchers, when they wero mnrrieil at tho uroom's f.ither't?, near Aitlks, tho Kith. My mother, Mrs. Kale Dudderar, has just re a general line of merchandise cheaper at answered by a negro, who arose with Irom the cities with im elegant line ul mil ' C. 1). Powell's for less nionev than you Tbe uiarrini;o of GeorRii Smith, 17, turned embracing lmery, hand and confronted Mr. Hoppistol in Dealer In can buy them anywhere eleo in tho per, who asked who lie was. Ho paid and MahRlu Price, 1" nnd etill wearinf; ' tlrc38L-8was solemnized at Hencountry. , liis namo was John Higginbothain, and short Tho Of the season, c( jvhich she will his e lull control. derson with parental consent. Fivk Swiss families who nave been that he was hunting for dogs that had youthful pair tho slipper Shi also engaged a onnt to have living in Pennsylvania, wero mot hero been after his uncle's sheep. His story applied to thorn instead. FIRST-CLAS- S to ho was ordered to throw was too thin, so And by Win. Landgraf and conducted colony they will so up his hands, which lin refused to do DRESS MAEEE. in which is Biistainiu her "rp." Middlesboro until both Kaney and Hopper brought Ono day's criminal record reads as fol- Mrs. W. T Heard, who cuts by the only Parisian euro farniBj down their weapons upon him. Tho quarrel John Scientific Tailor System m the United States, in eluding the Seamlcs Garments in llamiue. l'rin Circub. Wo aro to havo a ciicua at bracelets wero put on his wrist and he lows: Paring a drunken wounded John cess Uressrs and Wants, also Latest Fads April Patterson shot and fatally last. Sells A Renfro's will be hero Skirts and Wrapt Call and examine my stock of in tho jail here. coureur. was soon in an iron cure Patterooii, his uncle. Later in the day Millinery beforo buying and leave your order for 18,80 wo learn from the avant gives his name as Willis Logan Al Unmet Btiot nnd seriously wounded jour dresses. Thanking you for past favors we yes- He now Mr. T. W. Howard, who was hero bo in it for a long timo for Joe Parton and that uij,'ht 11 priconers solicit same MAIIV DAVIS nUDUERAR. advertising car will bo here and seem) to 4 terday. Tho the double crime of stealing and arson. escaped from jail. - Mr. Will Skvkiia.nck has koiio to Louisville to make additions to his already largo stock of goods. Mu. W. S. Cash, of Harriman, Tutin., is visiting hit father mid mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cash. Tiik cyclone hiiflerers aro getting on an inspector to comu and relievo him of responsibility of Iom from tho cy their pegs again. Mr. Ipaac Hamilton is tho rebuilding tho Stephens A Knox storeclone. house and will make it this time 00xJ5. A daughter of Frank Ho still things his loss about ;5,000. SteMarris, n freight conductor, fell into n phens A Knox now figure theirs at $1,500 tub of boiling water Wednesday and was though it may bo more. A box of bata badly scalded. was returned to them Tuesday, picked . Dit. Aitlkman had all ho could do up some two miles from their store. tiirkr-ykak-old pistols. Court-Hous- e ' n We aro glad to say that Rev. Green Clay Smith is likely to become a resident of this town. In fact ho now claims citAND CUT IT OUT FOR REFERENCE. izenship hero and will probably buy property and move his family here in Wc have already closed out our importation of French Satteens and tho near future. Williamsburg Times. Wc have the greatest variety of Dress Tho meeting held at Silver have just opened another. Creek Chapel by Rev. Ben Helm, closed Goods, Ginghams, Percales, White Goods, Laces, white and colored on tho 2,")th with (J3 confessions. The Embroideries, Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, &c, ever opened In little church of 3(1 ruurnbvrs was revived the city. We are and 67 added to the number. Tho seed has been sown for a tremendous harvest and others will unite- with tho church. Mr. Helm will preach there once a Wc can't follow. Listen at some of our prices. 50 pieces Calicos month until a permanent paster is seLan' 5c; Masonville, Lonsdale and Fruit Bleached Cotton at cured. Tho meetings at the Presbyterian caster Checked Gingham 30 pairs splendid split Shoes 85c; one . . . church continue, with eervicea twico dai- tot ooys Dest tot Men s suits ever ottered in aims 75c; tne ly. Rev. J. II. Weaver, who baa been exhorting so earnestly that sinners torn the city at $5; a splendid worsted Suit at from their wickedness and live, will be compelled to leave greatly to the regret of all who havo heard him. Our new Carlsbad Hat is the thing of the season. Our new line of The meeting will, however, go on over Sunday at least, when the Sacrament of Carpets, made and put down on your floors, were never equalled in the Lord's Supper will bo celebrated. this or any other inland city. Our house is bristling all over with There has been only ono nddition to new and cheap things. Come and see us. date, Mrs. H. F. Rout. liOOK AT Determined. TO BE IN THE LEAD, Sjc; m . 7c; 1 $o, NEVER OFFERED BEFORE. ollleo-seeke- rs HUGHES & TATE. Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, N-- Hai-le- January ) store-keepe- r The Cash Bargain Store XDK.H3SS y Ta-bl- er - GOODS THE EASTER HOLIDAYS B. F. JONES & SON. . he-gi- n m m two-stor- store-room- s, ESTRAY. eye-sor- e Grand Easter & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors The of Opening, Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTOES AND BUILDERS. in-it- post-mast- er Welsh-Wlsemi- n Stan-fordnn- to-da- :;:: m atdn, 1 We Carry a Full Lino of Builders' Supplies. 1 Tor-pan- y, I WHITELEY -- cai-riag- MILLINERY. 1 1 BINDERS & MOWERS TEE BEST M FARRIS & HARDIN. Hut-terick- 's THE O'BRIEN WAGONS. FOIt CASIi g 1 1 post-ollic- o ot-tai- - Millinery. , AM, THE NOVELTIES Faney Groceries, Fruits Confectioneries. Baker's Bread Always on Hand' 111 0gt)&9HimiMtmf,mmtmi rf. j rfgfttM ' 1r ?,- - w. ' j lfr4vrrtv ' ''Tffrlt lWr iff" i' s ir Danio Trot. Itvras changeablo blackaiui GUARDIANSHIP OF CHILDREN. old gold, and tho figures wero littlo NEW YORK POULTRY SHOW. diamonds set on n lenfy nest. Tho Its lj::il iiml .si 1. 1, At.rct Tlin Litis til ATTRACTIVE LINES DISPLAYED FOF wero black, chuding to old gold ThoSlKlit Wns Iinirrlttl Hie Sound Was Various Htntr. Stanford, Ky., - March 31, 1893 Mill, .Mor IiiiW-lvthrough several SPRING AND SUMMER. nnd it was (Copyright. IMT1, lu. Atmrluiti Prvsa Ansoclu- impossible for onu to tlun. Tho official catalogue of the New York ! )..,., Thero are several kinds or guardians Poultry and Pigeon association shows many shades P. Henrietta i:nisno.iii Describe) tho .i blnck and oldcame from the mixture M of minors recognized by tho law. Firstly, about S.fiOO birds to hnve been on exhibigold threads. Tho whole BLAINE AND THE "HORICUS." Fabric Shown by Nntr York liuiioiteris pattern was quaint to thero nro the jiiirentH, who are tho nat- tion utMudisou square Garden. A few of a degree. Crinoline Will Not Ho ftccclteil With ural The I'atiillt.v iif tliuMxtx-tlilr- d l Hero nre vit many new hilk grena- other guardians of tho 'children; then them wero for sale, but most were put up V.ur Once near relatives who may take charge in competition. This was ono of the finest In sor In Thin Country. .Mure IH'iiionsti'iitv.l. dines of tho mo.: oxquiHite design nnd excellent quality. Some have laco ef- of a child when its parents tlio, and who poultry shows ever given in America. "Today would Imvo been Mr, Dlaine's ICopyrlKlit. IHU. by American Press sixty-thirbirthday, Ho was superstifects between hatin lines, some brocades, may couio to bo rccoiruhted ns tli. leir.il It was n satisfaction to observe that McKINNKV, KY. tious in regr.nl to seven nnd boliecd nnd some have a sheer foundation, with guardians; then thero aro guardians many American bred birds wero even The new woolen coods now I have bought above mentioned Hotel at that it ho should outlive tho comnlotion for spring nnd summer, for there aro flowers thrown over the Kiirfun. um.hi., whom the father or mother may itpiKint handsomer than somo which had been and have attached a or imported. of his ninth seven years ho would re many days on which u woolen gown is n tlit most efiectno being small French by will to huve charge of tho On entering tho Garden n sound utter cover. Ho did not." This Inuminsru ia necessity even in midsummer, nro of iiiangouia m velvety yellows, blueta or property, or lM)th. of a rhild. nr if nneh Tirst-Clas- 3 Ear and Pool Boom. coined from an eilitorial in tlm Tnwii marked boautv. Thero aro soft lini-il- i bachelor's buttons in their own rich blue appointment has nut boon uuido it will ly indescribable met the ear. It was tho Have repaired and refurnished the Hotel and State Register of Jan. SI, which closes cheviots that aro so fino and light that or some other artistic floral design. These bo mado by the Mirrogato whero a cer- crowing of hundreds of cocks, tho cawam oetterthan ever tain amount of protwrty is concerned, ing and singing of hundreds of hens. giving reasons for Mr. Blaine's their very touch is a pleasure, and theso peculiar styles aro to wear over silk slii without ix? Tho ticket seller SJiid it mado his head como in the light tints, such as gray, Prepared to'Accoramodato the "suiiorstitioii," if superstition it Thero aro striiwd grenadines, and there nnd thero nre tcnqiornry guardians by order of a court or judge in a nrho. Pigeons cooed, ducks quacked called It has been known sinco timo drab, biscuit, fawn, cream, nickel gray is a larger variety than 1 hnvo uver seen Public. out of memory that certain years in the nnd steel blue. Thero aro also others in of really fine black woolen dross goods. legal proceeding to represent somo ono nnd geese honked. Only tho majestic Special attention to Commercial Men. Aitwini' lives of all men aro of peculiar imior-tanc- e old sago which means, doubtless, dried Ono pattern I noticed ns being esicciully who is too young tonpin-ain jiersonnnd InrkiH'H tent illmiilliwl nilntir-n- . P. W. GREEK. Proprietor. to look after his interests. years that nro liable to singular sage, ns it is just of tho indistinct green- handsome. It was a "dead fino" emturkeys tho splendid American Bronze JOE CARSON, Manager. A guardian who has tho iionoiial cure was easily first ns to general purjioso vicissitudes in the health nnd fortunes of ish gray of that plant. press cloth, with n small, square raised tho highest ns well as tho lowest of our Soma of the spring woolens aro of pale uotnixnitnu eiginu or nn nich square of a child is called tho guardian of the qualities. Somo of tho gobblers must IF YOU ARE GOING race. bluo cashmere, with lozenges of lleoco in scattered closely together all over thd jerson, nud ono who 1ms charge of tho hnvo weighed not less than 10 Kunds property is tho gunrdi.m of the cstnte. nnd were of courso useless for breeding Where or how this strango belief (it is gray, Drown, black or white, nnd they surtace. Thocourtinny separate tho two guardian purt,Hve.s, good only to show how big a . v I saw also a new blnck nro worn aiiKo u ottjivisiiiiuu, THE enmn. iur it nas oeen proved timo nnd again that tho end of by children and Thanksgiving turkey can lw mndo by thing quite now. It drapes in tho mt.,t ships nnd npjoint different guardians. The duty of the guardian is to manage caro and fording. Next in sizo to tho each jwriod is exceptionally fatal) grown persons. artistic folds imaginable and will bo n originated is unknown, but it is Tho plnids aro boon to ladies in mouruif who require tho affairs and property of his ward to Bronze came tho sl.tto colored turkeys d to bo founded on tho teachings of seen in force, tho Bomothing for ordinary morning and tho liest of his ability, and when tho nnd the handsome Whito Hollands. But Pythagoras, who built up a regular sys- most elegant of homo wear, nnd whilo this challio is not term oi mo guardianship expires by tho Bronze for meat making always. tem of reliirioil (?) based on the uinnnx them being in In this brief, impcrrect sketch of thn a cheap material its lightness nnd grace tho infant attaining his majority or nnd circles of tho seven. In tho encyclo- shades of gray LOUIIVIILC 4, HAS HVIllC R. R. will recommend its use to savo the more otherwise to givo an account of his ad- birds at tho show we mention chiefly I I pedias you will find reference to the be- nnd black. Tho expensive silk warp henrietta, which is ministration and of nil property he s tluxo wo think would lie profitable to the lief under tho heading, "Climacteric shepherd's plaid farmer and market breeder. But thero tho ono recognized material for ceremo- had in his minds Is the line for you, at its "Minors" or "infants" nro all j erson wero some singularly beautiful xear," but nonoof thoso in my library in light tints and nious wear for deep mourning. gives any account of tho origin, nntiquity pin head checks Cashmero nnd sergo hnvo been worn under tho age of SI (except that in a iev mens of the kinds that ornament a lawn Make cloie connections at or development of tho idea. A letter will always bo to somo extent for "second liest" mnnrn. of the states women are of age at , or jKHiltry house. Thero wero dnzzlingly ing, but neither fills all tho requirement, but thero is n distinction made nt it. brilliant red and yellow golden pheasLOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI written by Augustus Ciesar refers to tho worn, and so will provalenco of tho belief even in his time. tho gray s can have a ants, silver pheasants and ring necked nnd alpaca of courso is out of tho ques- An infant over tho ngo of For all points. and silk tion. Camel's hair is too heavy for nn voice in choosing his guardian and can pheasants. Hundreds of pigeons of every through:tickets SOLO. THROUGH Ho says, "All tho years of a man's lifo BAGGAGEjCIIECKKD that aro multiples of seven i. e., 11, 21, warp henriettas, ordinnry dress and catches dust too in pome cases sue or bo hucd in his own shajH.', size, color, attracted tho e,e. -- s Kor any information t.iquire of name. 28, 35, 42, 49. 50, GO, tc aro crises that which gain their while overhead near tho great glass easily. JOES. KICK. Agent, When thero are notices or jmju'rs of dome of tho garden a whito dove circled should not bo liirhtlv overlooked, esne- - tint, light or Or Thero is nuothcr new wcato jpst StanlorJ, Ky homk nmw. V. W. PEN.V, Trav. Pas. Ajrent, cially tho ninth seven. 03. which is tho dark, simply by tho mixture of tho natu brought out of Mlk nnd wool, dead fine any kind to served upon tho parties to round and round in its flight, whirring Junction. City, Ky grand climacteric." ral black nnd white Australian wool nnd absolutely flawless, which has not a legal proceeding, tho infants must l nnd cooing and making one think someSome philosophers, those of an astro- nud whito silk warp. They nro not yet leen chriMencd. It combines all the served ns well ns others, and in thn rnsn how of tho ark and tho wonderful jioul-tr- y logical turn of mind iii particular, hnvo ". eu gray, mm in consequence never best qualities of cashmero, empress tloth. of infants under II two copies of each show Noah must have had. Some of H--yHorfolkiWestern R R cnlled tho sixty-thir- d y fnde. These nro nil imported Priestly wrgo aim sine warp Henrietta, and has jwtper must Ikj served, ono tijinii tho par- tho full grown bantam chickens weighed year "Horicns," of n Rotnan notion that it was goods. tho added recommendation that it will ent or guardian nud one personally upon no moro than a ouud: lint, on tho other very fatal to great men. Tho solo causo There is n new lino of domestic goods not take on that disagreeable shino that tho child itself, liven in tho caso ofn hand, thero were also Americau-AiiiatiSchedule iS, tSgj. of tho "grand climacteric" being more which are exceedingly pretty nnd val- is such a Nid fault of somo of tho very child too young not only to understand cocks that weighed from lflto SO ouiuls, LEAVE NokioX DAILY or to read, but even to notico tho imjuir, Somo of them must have been quite as fatal than tho other multifile nf soven ( uable. There nre stripes of, say, red and finest woolen goods. 7:00 a. m for Graham, Bluefield, Pocahontas Thero is a now weave in whijicord with Ihis double servico must lw mado and a Heavy ns a good sized lamb. Of chickens aid all statious Flat Top and Pocahontas Divis- supposed to revert to tho fact that is a green over blue, but tho blue "is dull inions. couiumanon or seven ana nine, both of digo nnd tho stripes softened shade.-- so delicate brocaded patterns and diagonals copy or tho juijier put into itn hands, n nlono there were 87 different broods. 12:04 noon, for Bluefield, Radford, Roanoke, nilo which ririkct. ono ns nmusing, but Looking at tho breeds from tho point Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Also (via which aro mythical nndhacred numbers. that tho whole is refined and pleasing. with satiny strines. nrniuro weaves mnl In this connection it may bo remarked Thero is another whero tho weave is sergo a great variety of serges, as well as the tho theory is that tho younger tho child of utility nlono. tho cantial observer Roanoke) for Washington, Hagerstewn, Harris-urPhlladelphiaand New York. that nil nations attach signal importance twill, nnd thero is a navy blue strip? beautiful silk warp henrietta. This is to tin) more protection it needs. wouid decide rnmi mo nppeantneo of Pullman Sleeping Cars from Lou i Thero is certainly still a degree of in- tnein all that if ho wanted a big, heavy to tho soven and nil multiples of that ono full inch wide and il vliit mm i.nt fino that it is imiximililn in tni,. n folk via Norton and Radford; also Radlord o New York, sia Shenandoah Junction, also R number. Thus at 1 1, twico seven, tho over nn eighth of nn inch. The serge thread, nud so strong that it will not justice to women in the laws relating to fowl for meat production ho would lord to Washington; also from Lynchburg to R cnoose mo iigiu urarnnn. tho Bull Comale and female aro supposed to liavo has fti some way a soft finish, po that it tear, aud whilo it has a wool surfaco it the control of their children nnd tho mond. Trains for Pocahontas. Powhatan' and Goodof guardian for Uiem in tho chin or the Partridgo Cochin. Tlio two nrrived nt puberty; at 21, three sevens, drapes like challie. This same design is has tho fold nnd bloom of silk. Thero will leave Dluefield daily at 6 10 a ra,8 30 a m, i oj mo maio oecomes "or age," whilo many brought out in several colons, but none nre many so cnlled henriettas. but only greater towcr given to tho father, al- last named were the handsomest of nil p mand 530 p in. Leave Hlurfield 6 10 a m daily for Kenovsjjnd writers, Aristotlo in particular, fix m ns tho big birds, however, both of them so preuy ns tue nine auit white. thoso on tho varnished lxxirtl are the though tho children's interred Columbus, O. Arris e Cnlumhus q 15 pm fivo sevens, as tho climax of bodily vigor, For fall I saw in n leading imjiortiiig genuine, and when ono pays high for a safe, frequently safer, in tho hands of tho strikinulv lieatitif ttl. You looked nt m... Additional trains for Welch and intermedin awhilo. then at the other, uud could not stations on p m and and 49 ns the year of maximum mental house homo designs for plnids where the fine pieco of eoods ono should hnvo what mother than of tho father. leave lllueneld dally. jripm arrive at Norton Irom the East05 daily In n fow or the states in Iowa, for make up your mind which was most activity. At tho ago of KJ, when man is pattern is so enormously largo that it is paid for. Hkxuikttk Bocs-wai;- . Trains at exnmplo tho father nnd mother are attractiro in appearance, Brwdors of nine times soven years of age, according cannot nil lw worn in ono dress, nt least It 40 p m and 5 20 p ru i ew ork. For further information as to schedules, rates, to tho joint natural guardians, nnd upon the lwth tho Buff aud Patridgo Cochins very best statisticians in tho unless tho wearer is unusually large, and c, apply to agents of Norfolk A Western tieain oi ono the other becomes solo they are each respectively tho fin world (leaving "superstition" entirely m mat caso she Had better not wear W. B.HEVILL, A HEALTH REFORMER. Gen. Pass. Agt lloa loke, Va. guardian. Genernllj. however, tho fa- e.t in existence out of tho (iiiestion). tho moat trivial ilk. plaid. ther may npjioint by will any ono whom There is another material for drevses SIN'S Mrtrgurrltn l.lmllry .Inimirt l eases nro likely to causo death, even in Tho leghorns aro among tho t lav from St. Aiigmtliin to Sjii ho chooses to lie guardian of the child, not ers. particularly tho Whito Leghonis, iis what is considered tho most robust of called "vestiutrs." which will ilmilitliu Among tho many health reformers tho prup-it- y bo CHESAPEAKE & OHIO men. Ten sevens 70 has long been is much worn this spring and fall. It who nro engaged in lecturing to women only of comes from thewhich, when the is well known. But any ono who saw property father, does not the families of Single Combed leghorn. of solid wool IkkIv in dark colors, Mich ascribed ns tho limit of man's earthly us brown, slate, gray, black, navy blue, audiences may lw mentioned .Miss Mar- seem unreaHiuable. but of tho person as Spanish mid .Minorca fowls would lo career. St. Louis Republic. RAILWAY. etc., and thrown up on tho surface aro guerite Lindley. .Much of MissLindloy's well m disignsmbly by the sight or Theso appointment-- , however, may l pin heads of silk in white, old gold or work is philanthropic. At SL Augustho wretched combs drooping over the Tho ItefcretHliim In Ireland. Philadelphia Thero is a phrase that conveys a vaguo somo other sharnlv contrasting color. tine, where sho siK'iids tho mouths of set usiiio uy wie hurrngnie.nnd nn nppsir hen's vm that ir ho knew nothing or Baltimore, New York, spring, but painful impression of alarm to tho I rememlK-- when very small to hnvo early hours her timo is largely divided tunitv is cheii t t lio motlur or ntiW chickens beyond tho looks or I hem ho ' And all other Eastern Cities. set npart for the instruction friends of the child to potitieti the court would never go in ror tliooe breeds. minds of a largo number of excellent had my grandmother show mo a pieco into The can comb in ninny en.- ilnxHil oer mm or Shortest Line between Louisville, Lexmglon'nnd Englishmen "Americanizing politics." of stuff just like this in black and gold. of "jxior whites" and working peoplo touppoint someone els. If Eastern Points. Tho general idea is of a lot of common Sho said it was her first dress nfter lay- who do not have the benefit of lectures be brought that the jhtsou iihiiuhI is not tho hen's eyes in audi a way as to ob n suitnble gunnlmu. the judgt will disre- sciir'tlio sight of peoplo having tho right to do things ing asido her widow's weeds, and that and "talks," and to whom a homomaga-7inthat eye altogether, IX EITECT NOV. j, 1S9J. gard thonppoiutment nnd muheuiiother. while the jumr bird was ohlujrd or a good newspaper ts a rarity. this particular pattern was called "tho which cannot bo foreseen nml int,.r. to keep EAST UOUXD. l.te. Lexington When nn infant is made a tmrtytoany up an incftomut bobbing, ... .. ... rupting comfortable and therefore Kifo gleam of comfort." But tho material is wriggling .mantle h.xpress Mi 31, duly litigation or wis an interest hi ilia set- movement to throw the thing 711pm Midlsnd Accommoditmn, No 6. ex S11n.11.40jm aim respeciauio conditions. JJnt tho new rich nnd will make superb costumes. to tlement of an eMate, a sjxs lal gimrdum side that was enough to KiVt tho one Vrstilmled Exprrss, N. daily 6.10pm Gladstone administration Another new fabric consists in hair hnsgononttep Mi. Sterling Accom , No. S, ex. Suti. must be iipK,inted by tho court in whis-St. Vitus' dance Besides that, further in this direction than wo Ameri- lines of gray and whito twilled wool and tlio ca-- e is . tnetl, or ly the WEST HOUND. Arr. Lexington: Huso cnmlt are dwd sure to freeze in cans had thought of going. It has pro- silk, a gown mado of which is shown to represent his or her uitereot. oold wisithe r if thev have half rlmn Lexington Accom., No 7, ex Sun ... 7.33am posed to introduce in Ireland what i$ hero. This was mado with a shsrht anrun Louisville Express No. ai, daily, ... This ierson iwiiictinic3Ci.llel the "next At tho sinuo tunu the Leghornit 12.40pm Lexington Acom. Xo 25, ex Sun known ns tho referendum, adapted from drajicry in front, and deep, underlaid eggs nrn 4 15pm friend." lu in the surrogate's largo, snow white, Isssutiful and very Vestibutcd F.xpress Xo: 23, daily plaits in the back. Around tho bottom 6. 10pm tho practico of tho Swiss confederation. court ho is calhsl the "special guardian." fashionable, and it is to m Tho homo rulobill provides that in the is a loo-- o fold of mossy green satin, and Solid Vrstilmled Trains with Dining Cars. N reuieuilierisl nud in the Mipremo court and other that they ciuueiii winter when eggs bus tranfers thero is a twisted belt of tho same and a caso of a disagreement between tho up t bring i inLrriir Through Sleepers from Lexii.gton without courts tb 'gunrdinii nd litem" (guartliau tho highest price. change. ler and lower houses of tho Irish legis- sailor cravat. The sleeves aro of the silk, in re.s'iect to the strife). His authoritv H W. FULLKR, But the fowl for the farmer, the genI! IUAN. lature which cannot bo bottled by con- with a fall of laco. and a httlo laco is and duties do not extend ImwoihI the par- eral purjto-- o fowl, as Gen. Pass. Agt, Ass't Gen. Agt , it were, is unference tho question shall bo referred to sewn upon the corsage, which can bo 'Washington, II ( Cincinnati. ticular mutter as to which ho is doubtedly tho lieautiful barred Ply. tno popular vote. This is of course a high in tho neck if so prefened. and when that is setthsl thev mouth Bock. In size the fiiiecimens y ' Ono reason why I givo these three spelogical development of tho English v. at are at an end. It is usual, though it may tho Now York exhibition make no mean !sv3rssssswsscr,. cial cos tume is to show that while some tern under which a ministry, defeated not lw always necessary, to npjKiint il showing even alongside the giant Brah-maon an imiKirtant vote, apjiuals to the of tho foreign modiste aro trying to fci s lawyer and Cochins, whilo their eggs aro force crinoline nnd distended skirts titwn country, but tho new process is much lf tho iwtrentN nro interested in anyway abundant enough, considering what exil us thero are others quite ns much in ' more simple and direct and may bo much " TsssMTT-rTT"" ""' "" in tho same matter, neither of them can cellent aumoruy who do not intend that we spring broilets tho Plymouth more sweeping. Uarter Weekly. lo this giiatdiau ad litem, nor can any Bocks make. The eggs nro exceedingly shall wear them. For my own part I ono else who is u party, norany one who handsome, too, w ith care little ami think that the better class Ccm-ru- l their rich color, thn ltiitlrr'. Home Mi i les. is acting a, attorney for any of them. It shade of coffee with plenty of cream in A well kuowu Boston gentleman told of New York ladies have decided against MAl:i!l EIHTK LLMILKV. must be some ono who 1ms no interest of it. Most striking in tho following woro ho had with them personally. In appearance Mis Lindley is flight any kind oppu-e- d lKLEPQ3SSi9!isK4fl . Ueneral Butler not long since: to that of tho infant tho famous Bluo Langshan fowls, too, To return to tho goods shown for and almost delicate, Tho genbut sho boasts whom ho npn-tiit- s. which are not blue at all, but u fine dark spring. There aro some very pretty nono tho less tleman found among his miscellaneoub-paperof enjoying tho best of In this iiii.ttirof tho nniHjiutmeiit of gray. light satin brocades for tea gowns ami health, nn old bill of tho Tremont thewhich sho claims is largely duo some Among game breeds other than pit ater advertising the perfoimanco which negligees that aro sold, very reasonably, to the beneficent results of good living guardians by law thero is apt to proved to bo tho last nppearancoon the and they are certainly moro .stylish and and protier oxcrcNu. Clad in a hxwu mistiiiderstainlini:. A mother is very fowls tho Indian game leads in size nnd stage of Mrs. Butler. This bill ho elegant than any cotton fabrie'ean possi- gown, sho o:ercises daily until her mus- likely to feel aggrioved that any one but beauty. But oven the Indfnn gnino is Twenty mllesthe Shortest to or some one of her thought the general might bo pleased to bly lie. Tlieto aro some all garnet, with cles aro as firm and her flesh as hard as herself child's guardian choosing should not so altogether great asthn fancy poulbo tho and to it try breeders who hnvo it for sale repn-M-- nt so ho took it to him. Ho met medium sized floral pattern, and somo thoso of the typical prizefighter. Itonise. as a caprice and a piece of injustice on stofio and slate grays that aro trnlv it in their circulars tons jioorout-fcidorGeneral Butler descending tho stairs When not in gymnasium dress, .Miss Michigan Paints, Chicago, The meat is undoubtedly fine, St. Louis, from tho courtroom, and after saluting beautiful. If ono wishes theso light bro- - Lindley's cc itiimo is not different from tho part of tho law, liocauso no one could have tho child's interests moro at (heart firm and juicy, Cleveland. iiutfalo, him produced Detroit, but there is such an enortho programme, explainwomen, savo that under. than his mother IndianapolU and the West, that of other ing its mvauiinr. General IhitW tnr.b mous length of leg thero that tho casual onaua, tngtand, ueath tho well cut gown thorn is a broad This is tril in nn mi. tho document and read it carefully and concludes there is moro leg than waist instead of a tteol corset. Moul-ton- , jority or ens s. but what tho law has in mo nrst word to tlio last. siowiy irom in his "Biographies of American view hero is justice to the child. Thero anything else, and that tho Indian gaino j uiisucipnia wasniugum, iiiiinuic( As he turned to tho donor to tlnmV lu'm Women," pays Miss Lindley a high trib- aro such things as parents who would could beat tho chanminti in mm,;.,,. Quickest time tollarrodsburg, irankfort, Ky. Tor so kindly thinking of him in this Kicntnotia, snnrfst jnu ikuima to ute not only for her health reform cnoose their own advantage before their milo dash. Tho capon class showed somo Quickest line connection, tho giver biiid that ho saw ideas, but for her personal sweet uess and children s where interests clashed, and magnificent meat bearing creatures with very meek looking heads. tears gently issuing from tho general's generosity of character as well. tho law or tho judges cannot make tho Among geese of course the Toulouse syesas ho said to him: "I thank you Everywhere Miss Lindley goes sho is intimate jiersonal acquaintance of each nnd Fmbden nro first in market value. much for giving this bill to me. I would SOLID VKSTIMl'LKD TRAINS thro' with received in tho best society, nud if situ parent. Keeping in mind tho possible out change via Chattanooga, llirmingham, Merid- not now part with it for $5,000." Boscould bo to tell the story of contingency, me best mat can to done is The Peking and Muscovy ducks wero the ian, making direct connections en route for Kooi ton Journal. her work thero would bo many an in- to appoint somo one who will have no large-- t and finest in npiicarance, but tho ville, Asheville, Lynthburand points in the teresting tale unfolded of woll known temptation to do anything but his best Cayuga duck held its own very well too. Tho Peking and Mun-ovDrawbacks to Legal KiiiiHllty. ducks wero society jieople who have gono too deeply for tho infant. Verily, with the assumption of their quite as large as the geese familiar to us into society's whirl and hnvo had to bo There may bo cases in which the par- in our childhood. At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming rights women reuounce their privileges. reclaimed by wholesome health culture. ent has no interest opposed to that of too, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah In one of tho western states the wife is Brunswick, Lake Clty.ThouiasvilIe and KLURI Every patent medicine for jioiiltry thnt ACOL'hTA PltKSCOTT. tho child, and in which ho can net as the DA points. liable to bo sued for tho expenses of tho The only line running solid Vestibuted trains with family guardian ad litem, as in n recent action brain of n.nn has as yet conceived was as tho husband is in this state. A Pullman floudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to St. Why TIipi- Opposo Woman .SiHTrdjcc where a boy had boon injured on a rail- there. Incubators with littlochicks just - svife has been held nuguninc wuuuui iui muy (.ia ui liable for tho payIt is owing largely to women that puli-li- road nud tho father appeared and sued peeping out of tho shell wero in plenty. Each eloquout agent assured tho greou Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur ment of tho family butcher bill when tho attention has Iwen aroused to tho mis- tho company. II IT VGA C tl lf. k.. riUrCIII-S:,,lCIiMII Mill. nimntiunj nn... insband ordered its items, and in an,wit. management of jKwrhouses nnd tho misShortest and quickest to Anniston, Selma, Mo- other caso Tho theory of the law in legard to visitor that his particular kind of intho wife has been held jointly cubator and brooder combined all good bile. Vircct connections made at NKW ORtreatment of police prisoners. Yet it is minors is that tho child it nn LEANS without omnibus transfer for Galve' too responsible with the husband for u debt a disgrace that women hardly ever have with rights of his own in which he is to qualities so far known. It may lo Houston, Austin, ncurred in tho purchase of a carriage in passing that most of tho vis any official recognition on boards whero be protected, even against his parents if ivhicli lwth used. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. theso wrongs can bo righted. Orrn necessary, and that it is tho duty of the itors, iieing city Mople, were green. These are phases of the perfect equality SI'ltINO GOODS AND GOWNS, The display of eggs was a very beautiLanghorne writes that it was tho aid of The enly through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, X'tween men and women not ki wntK- - cades to look like tho heaviest, ono has tho women's leagues thnt mado it possi- community of which ho forms part to so ful one. Tho eggs laid by fmrticular Miss., Shreveport La., making direct connections protect him. without omnibus transfer lor Dallas, Kort Worth, to be desired abovo tho existing state of but to interline them with thin canton ble to suppress tho Louisiana lottery. Austin, San Antonia, El Paso and pointsin It is pointed out bv Herbert Sium.r breeds weio put to themselves in iflairs. When a woman becomes flannel, tho cottony side next tho satin, Tho ladies did this working in their unpyramids nnd tho different pyrain somo recently published essays on TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. for a husband's debts us tho which becrot I learned of it famous dress- represented capacity. How much mids plnred together in a group, each moro "Justice." that this view marks tin .ord of tho household is now holden for maker. labeled they could do in an official, recognized advance in civilization from tho glance so that tho visitor could tell nt a For through rate, correct county maps tad lu lis lady's obligations, the privilego of For strictly vimmcr goods and for capacity is plainly seen by spoils d what of hen produced this statu of society in which parents had information call on Agent at Junction City. Ky t'otlng for mayor and president will dancing dresses thero is a new lino of w. D, i OZATT. everywhere, and that is tho rea- such absolute control of their children or that assortment. The pnlo bluish or address iibv, ai., i t nc i iuii i.uy.jvT of tho recompense .for the responsibil-t- y llL'ht silks, tafl't'tiis with duititv ilntn mnl son wllV they fildlt with sneli ihwrsoni. that they could sell them or even kill green shade of tho Bluo Lnngslinn eggs n MII.I.F.R. ran U. U. EDWARDS. new dioia.-ationNew York figures thrown up on tho iridescent sur- tion against women ns public officers. them contrasted liatidsomoly with thobrilliuiit O. P . T. A., TraUic Uangr,, without accounting to anyUdlv. Sun. Cincinnati face. I saw one pattern that I called uui nover imuu: whito of tho Leghorn and tho almost M. Helen Fu.si:it Lovirfr. pWob-tbrown of thaPlrmnuili Rocks Semi-Weekly din-mon1 1 InteriorJouknal o . NEW WOOLEN GOODS: grad-itious- . iimlm-jt...,,- W. WALTON. Commercial Hotel, Agmicla-tlon.- J d diMil.-ivm- l pel-so- n m.-i- ... i r ETORTK WESTf1 rli.-illn- sup-Iose- Double Daily Trains . I clair-etto- m It-)- 1 1 1 bo-can-so r:. o , g, s t !, 1 do-clnr-o to In-s- I'miii-Uru- . . ' sl Washington, r pnf - o . . I a- - er U-in- sitrnv-gato- . . s I - ( Pa-- s. H QHl -- Cut "li SMSMS. exiH-rienc- -- IN mlim s EMJ'iWiOiiiJ CINCKNNATI, i; s. New York, V Boston, nreru-lielnifn- f obM-ne- r I - - NEW ORLEANS. OAHDL1TNA8, y - pA- o , 1 A A irniiv-iilim- l hnud-som- e bi-.-- jioli-ticia- i hi v , -- J pfe f Vri Hiiifi,w- - mi ji. - V.-frr- tT U K-- -M. :j; - . -- , .rr. SBESQ r "gjjja-WVT- - 'rrf - ' fr- - r n r t J - f --. "T r ) s - V emi-Week- ly Interior journal IN VERY GOOD TASTE. , 1TANFORD, Ky MaIK'II !)!, lbl)!J WHITE PETTICOATS AND STOCKINGS COMING IN AGAIN. sc.o. walton, nua. Mrinanor Lmllm Oarriago Painting: & Trimming'. I am (gain re npy to do nil kinds of Carriage Tainting and Trimming Can be foil ml at Daugh erty's shop, itady to serve tliu pub lie promptly well. anil 4 AVIin Hppnil Tlinlr I.elmire Knlttlnj; Milt llopry Clmrrli 'eilillii; Out of Viibiio Tlireo 1'lPtly llrlilnl Toilets. New CMinrl' Ilnlr anil I'oplln Gowna. lMfl, by ICopyrlclit, American Press Association. Wliilo wo iny decry tlio extrcmistn in tlio prevailing fasliioiiH, thero nro homo things tlint cnll forth our genuino Thero nro persons who rush for n now stylo tho moment it appears, no matter how extravagant, hut thero aro othora who modify all things with tofito nnd nrtihtio sentiment. Among tho jircttioht of tho thingn that havo been brought out this season havo leen tho whort caj)C. Tlieso nro of two kinds, tho plain military or rouud capo (Spanish cape, it uod to lie called, they wiy) and tho pliort double or triplo cajH?, moro or less ornate. Those huvo been o of cloth, or velvet, bordered with cash-mer- JOHN II. DeNARDI.Siunfurd. RATCHED TEN MONTHS. caused mo to scratch for ton months, and has boon cured Dy a row days' uso or M. II. Wolff, Upper Marlboro, Md A troublosomo flkln discos lH SWIFT'dPECIFIC ago of whito swelling nJ 'la ,llcl "" symptoms of ro tur" of ''10 '" pae. Many prominent plijslclans attended mo a il all f Ailed, u t H. B. 8. tll'l tho work. 1'alx M". Kiuki-atiuck- , Johnson City, Tenn. I wa en rod several years In my Irp lijr uslnj V9f9f9l. KjJtSLw Treatise on lllood and Skin Diseases mailed free. SWIIT Sl'tCIFIC Co., Atlanta, Ga. DO YOU g WW thc-M- J Ix-c- WANT TO ADOPT A llAI'.Yi MstIkj you think this In n new IiimIiicm, aontliniroiit liable tin iil)ontlnn . It hiix Ihi-i- i Iiowetur, lint r lime done tiirtihlio-- t been so ni'iirtlio (iriirlnnl niihi U ii thl nno. llwryfiiif will "Weill t iMiby I ew-- r Knurl' This that's the bluck llltl" t'liKnulnir ran ime you but a faint liieuof tiiuexnulhltuorluli.iii, rii-LHiinwi-eimiiml-whl- to st'tMSlK bauds of fur nnd with rufiles of (ho mntorial around tho neck. Naturally theso capes wcro not very warm, but they gnvo mich a glow of natisfac-tio- n to tho wearers that I doubt if tiny of them from cold. I hhould mention bitono wai.ki.no Toiu:Ttimt tlico have confineil to black, nor will they not Ihj, for I huvo wen them in brown, jinme andomornld green, as well as in gray and dark blue. They aro lined with nilk in chameleon shades and aro handy enough nnd pretty enough to outlive several Ono I present here was made of black ladies' cloth and liordered with nmlRkin. Thero were but two cajK:s to it and a broad reverb down the front. Tho collar Mints dropped over, and the cniw was Until withgoldaud bluocliange-ubl- o nuf-fer- ed s. un-dy- very narrow Speaking 'if Mrs. Clevoland reminds mo of nn exquisite jrovn just finished for her for morning wear in tho fiaest qnr.I-it- y of tho beautiful biarritz cloth, on which thero Is a tiny square in a tort of satin brocado eff' ct. The s'tirt is mnde with several plaits in front to break the outline, and around tho bottom is a bius band of plush, also black, bordered ly o tiny gold braid on both fi les. The is made with a postilion, and there nro bretello shaped rovers of thy plush bordered with tho gold braid. Thosloovcu havo plush puffs und three rows of gold braid at tho wrists. Thero nro soino new and very b"nuti-fu- l printed cashmeres which msko up into lovely empire gowns and morning wrapers, and ns they aro very wide 4j yards will malto a dre. Homo of the now camel's hair goods in stripes nro refined nnd will jiIpum) every woman of good taste. They aro in all tho now shades of tan, mode, biscuit, fawn and mngentn. Thero nro lines nlmont hair lino of two or tlireo of tho light tints and then one of magenta, and tho ensemble is lovely. Thero is also a new fancy IMplin which has undino or watered ef fects, and thrown over this is a frostlike tracery. It is n s'ri1 ing fal ric, but not very durable or likely to loceivomore than a passing notico from a very few. Tho now French serges. Ili inches wide, sell at about "0 cents a yard nnd are shown in eminence- purple, leiire, castor, ophelia and all the r.tnndnrd colors. cor-sag- TIELD PEAS FOR HOGS. Tlio Hxperlcnra of n Mnn Vfbo Has Oroun Tliem Tor Ycnr. I am nn old timo resident of Minne- E. "W. jVv-- New York. HcMunrrn Hols.se.vu. TURKISH Competed Into LVrfill ceptarlen. IIto are nomo new nnd pretty uses tit the Turkish slipper which aro so cheap and yet no rich looking. Theo slipper nro of mnv nud various colors, richly cmbroideml in gold or silver bullion, and twi b found at almost every dry or shoe atom They rango in pricis fror.i 0 to 7 cents a jmir, and many nac.uJ lutlt nor el tie can be made with them. IIou Tbej 35:iy ISn nml (Sim uiuutnl Hi g!t 4miiIIA1U ItBCKlVKR. - hi Ik. j A whli'i w tmip to Mill to you, trnncpfr lath i p.ill Tim Httlo ilnnuic r"tf niniu.ht n tun w, mi'l Is In tho net f lrnniK oil nit I .tiKsock, tho initio of which lini li n I'tillnl T nnrt lliintf aM lo with n ttliitnphunt roo. follow i lie lhli IMM nrr ix'rfivt, nml I In: ) ni. no matter win re j.iu stand. Tin iifii. tcri'i'rHliutioni(,r this prvatiM pHinllnir ! I la Wuiuli tho mint cvlebnitel or tmtcro nutter of Uibyllfoiani to lie irhrti to rlbu In Domoret'i I'liinily Mmm-ixlm nln for IWU Tho reiirodiMloiis euiiimt to ll Innn Iho nrlirlnal. wbleh eot ((l uml nn tin-- tnnio plan IIT Itu'lu . Tin but i W Iimo nml iitKitiiit' ly hftlikc iff nUn In in pmx-n- t to imit nJ nU-iluiliiir KA other ciiil iiiiiurly hnriDitjt itlVn'y Miinin,Miiinl iliimi lu v I... Ill DlTH ll.ltllp'. nml otlieii( noiM-wiii- . r n mil. T.iWn nnly two tiiniilo of '..t )t'liilurlnir tho pint ,irr, "A Yiinl of 1"h Wliila ilouxMinlihl" by th. miV'iiiiiI-- A wilont I'ro'iitcnt lliirruon, ainl )i u hiiI ti. wn it our iiiuitr, nirrn I li.x ho for 1 innrot' Pntnlly 'l.iifiulno forlHil lll iKfrotoi n cnlli i ol i'j. lUlntn wnrliS if tut ol Kirn I xnliio. blUi n UifU7lii' tlut luitinot lx iiiimlol by mi) In Hip wurl.l for IU Uniitifiil liiHtiaiion nml n ibji t innttiT, that . II KirpPMT.wnr tHi-'1 nil ii II thi t )p! of tho itav, unit till thu I nlmnt tho luiii'l .lllfwiit ItciiMdf Inti-iti- l (i u'hol'l, fiirnbliliiK lnlivtlHK ri luijf loth irnno mi'l pay. for tho it not rholo film II V . nml while )clii.r-t'- ri ' f.ithiKii M ik'hIiic, lis fuslilon ptiKf an- - k r. fp t.nii'l you, frtr at art, nil lio (:it-t- i cur, und rii.ijini wlcti to iiMiiiurlnc tli l nn mo J on h(M'. in jf'iir 'ti oiio, only K, nnl ou will tret ovor $JT m value. .VMrv.NS thr pulill.licr. w. Jrnnhiir l montt. 15 Km't lllli ft . .New York. If you tire nnneuninleil with tin VI ij.iilni". Mini 10 cents torn jix.tluicu oopr i " I'M i. HA IS Tho gown was of drab cheviot in lino twill, wilh a narrow fur lwrder. Tho waiut was drn i ml with bretelles of drab Mimh, and tho pulls to tho sleeves were also of Minih. With it was worn n white embroidered akirt, which reminds mo to nay that white pctticontfl nro considertHl much morn cliic than silk ones. The dres skirt is lined with taffeta, and this rubbing against Iho Marched surface of tho white ono givuan Switching bwi&h or frou-fro- tlii n. !, . ub-rll- t- I ii- - ol' 1 rr-.il- GOOD PAY ! FOR GOOD WORK ! ! White stockings in fino Sea island cotton or Kilk aro nlfo most decidedly in voguo now for thosu who can afford them. KememlMsr thenj nro not the yellow liflo thread hoe, but pure mat white. Ojkui work knitted nilk htockings art: very nmoh ndinirt.il, nud many ladies hlKjud their Iriuro moments knitting them. It takw a long time, but tho stockings Inst a great while, and hand wrought things aro always moro refined than machine made. As soon as Lent is over we aro to havo several swell weddings here, and though I suppose I ought not do to it I must tell about the gown ono young brido is to wear. Sho trail it on yesterday to see what a few of her friends thought of it. Tho wedding is to lo at home. Tho number of church weddings i fulling otr every year, and very sensibly, too, for tho cost of a church wedding would go far toward furnishing a homo for a young couple, while a homo wedding can be limited to one's private family with perfect propriety und without giviugoffenw. Tho gown is of white bengaline, with a festooned tlouuco around tholMttom a quarter of a yard deep of white chilfon, sewn with wax li'mls at the bottom. At tho top is a series of bowknots of whito m. ' 14 vr. A w r'n .v .For Lndivs or Gentlciiicii ncconiplii-lic- $5 to $500 Cash! trconlinj; (o results in ndililiou to n lihuml twenty iii'i ('( t.t AImi ; J Lit t comiiiiion ofl ',( GUESS FRKMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS. Noltniiossiliiiiiivsorrneertain-lies. , and a tiny spray of myrtle. Tho high waist are also of bengaline made in a series of pull's held in by "turndowns"' of tho silk. On tho waist is a simulated nr'ifRlUM' C Ml 111? ligaro of laco with a whito bow fastened by a jewel. Tho veil is fastened to tho top of tho head with n spray of myrtlo. A bouquet of whito rosei, lilacs and myrtle is to bo carried. Tho bride's sister is to bo bridesmaid i r ii r Foiiith Am t:::l C'(.itct cno:ig and will wear a dotted organdie with a Ajrciits far lurgfbt i,hili'. laco llounco headed by riblion rosettes Wekki.y joined by puffs. Around tho neck will SOT An Agoncy for tlio bo a rufllo of lace, and tho siuih ia to bo jMjuimn: is a prolitublo liiiaincH?. It is of palo bluo surah fastened with a ribrosette. All of tho ribbons and tho l'iu best stlicol in the world to)it)r.re bon dots on thoorgnndionroof palo blue, and unc for :i hu&ine. contact with the so aro tho two tiny puffs of feathers in to biiMiiees tho hair. wedding public, a iitopjiiiig-etoiitho mother is to wear At this a gown of gray watered silk, which is of (jualilication and future jirosjierity. the richest quality, nnd there will bo no Vi'c wnut good Agents to solicit for trinimius on it except a little real black The induccsicuts ar thread laco in a sort of bertha, which riibscrintio'is. comes down in a point to tho waist line. extra gool. Tho Bkirt is trailing and moro slender than full. "Watered und moiro silks nro UMQUIRER COMPANY, becoming popular. Now th.it .Mrs. Cleveland has decided CINCINNATI, O. ngahibt hoops wo may hopo that they will havo a short lived popularity, if any. s Kvery thing Fair, IMnin and Positive. Honor-alilo- PltlllAt, AND llltlMISMAin'tJ ATTIIin. satin riblMii, out of each of which rises r Tho first illustration is of a hair or combing receiver. It is of a crimson shoe embroidered in gold, and a bag cf crimton silk is fastened into tho slipper by fancy stitches in gold or crimson silk around tho upcr edges of tho tdipjwr. A frill of an inch in width is left at tho top, a draw string of gold beiug run through the casing tnndo in tho lower edge of the fnll. Tho bag has a long slit in ono side, tho edges of which are neatly hemmed, and which is hidden among tho gatherings when it is not i.i Through this slit is tho loose hair um or combings inserted into tho bag. It can bo hung by tlio draw strings, which aro finished with a pretty tassel, to the gas jet at tho dressing tablo and will provo very useful aa well as protty. Tho second picture represents a watch cn-- o or catchall for fancy hairpins, etc . just as it may Ihj most needed or It is dcsiicd. i f mado from a arS'-- T whito Tuikish ; sliptHir and has a littlo Kickof gold colored china silk W fitted into tho shpjior and fastened as m tho cushion nud hair receiver, only in this instance tho fancy stitching is on tho iiisido and on tho turned in ilo of the silk lining. Tlut kid liniof heel of tho slipper is turned in and fastened WATCH CASK. down fiat to tlio solo. On tins is firmly fastened a large bow of tho white and gold colored satin ribbon, ono loop of which slips over tin nail or biacket corner from which tht catchall is to suseud. In the hair catchall tho soles of tho shoes can be gilded or silvered effectively. Tho third illustration represents a pin cushion mado in a Turkish slipper. Much has been done to abolish thousool tho pincushion, but all in vain. Nothiiu.' can take thu place- of this dniutv httlt adjunct to the toilet table. To make oik liko Unit in tlio picturo is a simple matter The slipper may bo of any color desired. In this instnnco a whito ono is used. Get a small sized white slipper cinbronl ered in gold. Mako an oval slanted cush ion of whito satin, which mustbobtutl'eil very full of hair and must fit exactly ink tho mouth of tho shoe. Fasten it in so curely with a row of fancy stitching ii gold bullion all nround tho top edge ol u i i Attention of the public is invited to the fac th.it thu is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Bank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital itock, but by the stockholders liability lor ao amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol Tim Klzht K I n.l of a Mule. this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 used in the south Five sorn statements of thpconditioti of the bank Tho mnlo generally yearto the United are made is tho cotton mnlo and will measure 14 J ment and eachassets are examined States governat stated times its 15 hands high, is well proportioned, government agents, thus securing addititona to by and perfect safety to depositors. blocky and squaro built, having good This institution, originally established as ths shoulders and is fat enough to look sleek. Deposit B.ink of Stanford in 185S, then ol Stanford in A narrow rumped mule, with long legs tied as the National asBank First National 1S65 and Bank ol the gain nud slim shoulders, generally meets with btanloxd in 1S83, has had practically an uninter-tupte- d existence of 32 years. It is better supplied loor sale. A maro that produces a good now with facilities for transactingbusiness prompt mule every year is a valuable addition ly and liberally than ever before in its long and fiduto tho farm nnd is one of tho best in- honorable career. Accounts of corporations, toilevestments that tho farmer can make. A ciaries, Grins and individuals respectfully ted. pair of cotton mules at 3 years old, The Directory ol this Bank is composed ol T.J. Foster, of Stanford; broken to work, soil for 273 to $&50. Forestus'Reid, Lincoln county; The other mulo that is always in J. W. Hayden, Stanford; is ono that measures 15 to 10 ... JS.H. Baughman, Lincoln; is called the sugar mule, hands high nnd M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; being most used in the sugar growing ,S. T. Harris, Lincoln; proportioned, They aro well stntos. J. S. Hocker. Stanford; stoutly built, with fine shoulders, broad G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; n rumps nnd rather short legged in T.umpi anil SpTlii. T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. G. Welch, Staofjrd; to tho body. This mulo has alQuestion I. My joiinc mnro went Isino last W .I'.Taie, Stanford. Aupnt whllo soeillni; on the truck. Tohuitl ways been in demand at good figures, OFFICKRS: lumps nppuareilun the-- pastern joint of her luft and tho indications aro that tho market I S. Hocker, President; him! lec ono on each slilo. Sho vn cry In nut nml could not bo driven out of u ualk. I blit- - will never lui overcrowded with them. John J. McRoberts, Cashier; Und her four limes und the suolllnn subsided i Many mule raisers breed the scrub stock, A A. McKmney, Atsntani Casnlrr. nlMiutune-linl- f. blio prndunUy Improved nnd and their mules aro deficient in size and show s tin hum ucss on driven until sho is bo made to answer tho purposo of Moppul and started acttin, when tho will limp, cannot Little mules aronolongnr. nlMiutone-lml- f mlln and ctudunlly warm out tho buyers. Scientific American t of It. What w ill elfect n permanent cm or Shu wanted. Tho railroads havo taken the has not impioied tiny in tho Inst two months. placo of them. Would speeding bu apt to brine on a leour-tvne- o Tlio breeding jack should be large and; of tho trouble? -- . Wlml will cuiu luiiie de-mnpro-jtortio' J sota nnd livo only eight miles from tho Iowa lino. I havo raised field peas for n number of years, and I alw.rys considered thorn a profitablo crop. This year was tho poorest crop that I havo raised. 1 had in 15 acres of peas, nnd I thrashed half of tho piece. They turned out 21J bushels per acre. Tho rest of them 1 fed out without thrashing to tho hogs. In previous years I ued to get from 00 to US bushels er acre. I havo seen small pieces of peas with my neighbors yield as high ns 15 bushels iter ncro. This year tho peas that wcro Bown after tho corn was planted turned out a splendid crop. Early sown peas are generally tho best crop, but this year wo had extremo heat just ns tho pf&s wero in blossom, nnd they got blighted or I think whero thero ia a wnrmer climate than what wo havo in southern Minnesota tho proper timo to sow peas would be about tho 1st to tho 15th of May. There is then no danger of them being killed by frost. I intend to sow t!o acres of peas tho coming season. Tho pea btraw makes extra good bedding for growing hogs. It makes their coat sliino as if they wero fitted up for showyard honors. I always sow my peas in spring as soon as tho ground is fit to cultivate. Then they nro ripo in timo to havo thorn cut nnd stacked beforo tho wheat and oats nro ripe. They then muko n good supply of feed until tho now corn is ripo, instead of trying to cut a few cornstalks or jerk off a Httlo green corn to keep piggy alive. I always plow tho ground in spring nnd sow them with a broadcast seeder, letting tho shovels run rather deep, nnd if thoynro not covered enough I go over them onco moro with tho seeder. I never drag them, for if I did they would nil como on top again. When I havo them well covered, I go otor the pieco ngnin with tho roller. I always sow from 2 to 2 bushels to the acre. I havo tried different ways to sow them, and this proves to bo tho best on clay land. I havo drilled thorn in nnd sowed thorn on top of tlio ground 'and plowed them in four inches deep and sowed them on fall plowing, but they havo never dono so well. Wo cut them with the mower nnd havo thrco men ahead of tho mower to turn them out in windrows so that tho team won't tramp over them. Then I let them lio for two dnys, when they nro fit to btack. Most people think that they must cover their Htacks with wild hay to keep them from getting wet. but it isn't so. build my stack's about IiO feet long, north nnd south, and if they are well headed they will bo drier at thrashing timo tliau oat stack's. When they tiro stacked. turn out about 100 head of Poland-China- s onco a day, and they pick up all that havo shed in tho field. And when they all como back they look so friendly they can't tell enough what a good timo they had. It is dangerous to turn hungry pigs in a field of ripe peas. They are apt to eat too much anil thus bo thrown badly off their feed. Parties that would liko to sow a largo picco of teas should first stop and think whero they can got help to harvest them on short notice, for if there should como a week of wet weather tho most of tho jtens would swell up and burst tho pods nnd bo lost entirely if thero was not a good herd of hogs on hand to pick them up. Thero is no need of a fence between the pcafield nnd other growing crops lo keep piggy attending to his business in picking up the peas. His lordship will see that the last ono is found boforo ho will go around speculating for mischief. I always try to havo tho peafield adjoining tho hog lot. I have raised them bO rods from tho hoghonso by having a strip about two rods wide running to the hog lot. I use the Canada green field pea; they grow hero from four to seven feet high. I claim that two crops of eas on the same- pieco is better than a crop of manure. They keep tho weeds from growing and manure the ground. Soil that is really too poor to raise oats gives tho best crop of peas. Cor. Preed-er'- s Gazette. mil-dowe- d. VKM&Rri&to&... ?& -V Ui " -- CIVIIENGINEER, '- 7 SMITH, - Stanford, Kentucky, PRIZE SPECIMENS. Two Animals That Neicr Cot Left at Hull .Show. Tho Red Polled cattle aro coining to bo known ns among the very best for Offers his profoinotial icrvico to tlm people tt tlilt section, lias had eight years' experience la the business. Itefers to the lint National Hank of Sunlord, where ho can he.louDd. ,TAKK THE.. improving tho native beef btrains of this country. Wo reproduce from The Breeder's Gazette a picture of a famous Red Polled bull now owned in Nebraska, s 1st 4f3WV7 i.- "gtylOUISVIHg HtWAl3ASYCHI';oRtC(b- - JaTKLiriBllillV THE POPULAR AND DIRECT LINE TO racAG, ..And., ..And PoA.yTS -- WEST WORLD'S FAIR r.ED roi.i Visitors, remember the, Monon is the line, with Vesilbuled Irain, Pining Cars, Palace Chair Cars, Pullman UufTet Sleepers, at lowest rates. For Information address IAS. BARKER, G. P. A., Chicago. W. G. CRUSH, .D. I'.JA., Louisville Tlio Breeder's Gazette says of Red Tolls in general nnd of this ono in par- ticular: "Tho Red Polls havo mado demonstration in public trials of their dual excellenco sufficient to confirm their claim to bo considered a general purposo breed. In related milk tests they havo ranked well with tho special dairy breeds, whilo their record at English fat stock shows is a creditablo one, including a dressing of 73.72 per cent net to gross weight, which wo believe is tho highest killing out record ever mado by a puro bred steer on cither continent Our illustration this week is said to bo an excellent rcprescntion without flatIn his tery of tho original. form this bull has a weight of 2,200 pounds nnd seems destined to grow into a massivo representative of the breed." In our second illustration is seen tho picturo of an equally well known black family. bull of tho Aberdeen-Angu- s Tho owners of tho animal in tho picturo paid $1,000 for him. With such sires as theso in this country thero is no reason why wo should not produce tho best beef in tho world. Making tho best beef, it must bo remembered, is largely a work of caro and good treatment of cattle. Steci-that aro fed irregularly, starved half the year to skin and bone, allowed s Farmers BanMTpst Co OK STANFORD ;iCY., Is now fully orcanired and icidy -- for busirJess with Paid up Capital of Surplus, . $200,000. H. 000. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same asetsand under the same manaeeraent. By provisions of its chatter, depositors are as fully protected as aio depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held Individually liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to th amount invested In such shares. It may actts executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully is an individual. To those who entrusted their buisiness to us while muagtng the Lincoln National Bank o! Stanford, we we here tender our manv thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience ia banking andas liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. 1 I Mi F&' SSffiSttmEBMl t . 'fc5g; MLK&rfS!2rZL. AUEItDEKN-ANar- m- - WvE& -- i S. Owsley, Stanford; S. J. Embry, Stanford ; J. S. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeville; J. K. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. S. H. Shanks, President. J, 1! Owsley, Cashiei W.M. bright, Teller. dirkctoks: J.J. Williams, Mt. Vetnon; J.M. Hall, Stanford; J. VKir-s- SIT FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. to go thirsty a wholo day and subjected to excitement nnd chasing can give their owners nothing but beef of tho kind of which tho western man know when ho tasted it tho brand that had been on the steer it camo from. That brand was "B. C," he snid. Both tho bulls hero represented will bo contestants for prizes at tho World's fair. Capita! Stock Surplus $200,000 20,500 i fcpnxiu? WeeRlo EHDirer l'l.NCUSHIO.V. c the shoo. Crochet a squure net of gold colored knitting silk largo enough tc como well over tho cushion. Fasten tht net securely with invisiblo stitches, at shown in tlio illustration. On the tor put a lnrge. Huffy bow of gold colored and whito satin ribbon. Tho effect wil' be most pleasing. Louise Phatt. Treat all women, even your hired girl with courtesy and gontleness. Womet aro our friends and sisters, not our enemies. In times of deep trouble tho most precious thing in life is a woman's sym- pathy. Two Litters n Year Kiinugli. When one has a good breeding sow, ho. Largest desires to get two litters of pigs each j world. circulation of any scientific paper In tho Splendidly Illustrated. Mo mtelllseut It. Weekly. $3.00 year, and if tho pork will pay for thoj man should bu without AddreM XtONN A a Teart flJOtlX months. corn tno manure win pay wen lor mo 3U1 Broadway, Mew York City. labor, and thero should bo a profit upon both if tho pigs grow well and tho prico of itork bears about its usual relation to s-tho price? of gram. Thero aro somo who ( trj' to raise tlnve biters of pigs in a year, but as that makes t i eonsary to serve Itreedlnj roil try. t :i dns after tho sow within a It is a great mistako to introduce now m f in j think !'v.( ' pigs aro weak-cut.blood through tho mnle. , Far better b it. and the present litter each alternate year, or, better still, nor tho future one will lie as igorous or o mako two lines of blood that will grow as fast where this practice is fol-females of similar color and markv.d Wo should pn'(' r two good lit-- t ings; then you can mate without fear of is .nauar to ll.nv infi nor ones. having your work undone. Now blood . !.: u.tu (Ji.lttv.iti r should never bo introduced through tho male, I repeat, even though he bo a great A aluuble feature of the Now York prize winner, unless tho females of the ponltiy show vas the premium list for samo blood i.e., sisters from same sire tho best d.fjwn cihm . ol tiotiltry for and same dams bo better than your own market. The list i i :. i prizes lor AT ns a whole; then you can safely introduce tho best dr.t. "en, turkey, blood into your breeding goose, capon and brtr.!. i Too Httlo caro Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, a male of such yards and know for almost a certainty is taken by most pcir le ! preiiato poul- There are three of the ul. neat man- - 1 here are aUo excellent best Barbers in the Slate that your mating will provo successful. try for market in .i Bath Rcoms run in conFanciers' Reviow. ner. nection. Agent lor I txwKtoc Steam Lauudry 1 far-rowii- Answer 1 If tho lumps are bony, of tho nature of a ringbone, firing would probably give tho most satisfactory result. But such tiring should bo undertaken only by a competent veterinary surgeon. Without making a personal examination could not give an opinion us to tho possibility of effecting a cure. Speeding would bo veiy liable to causo a lecurieiicoof tho ttoublo if driven too soon nfttr recovery. At least several months should elapse betoro training or speeding again, to avoid Iho danger of a recurreiiLO of tho injury. 2. Firing ia the most satisfactory treatment, Thero is no "specific" for all cases of bono spavin. Sonio will yield lo treatment, while others won't. Dr. F. L. Kilborno in Rural New Yorker. 1 of good stock, and tho mares should be fino imported or native stock, largo and. well mnde, from 15 to 111 hands high.) Tho breeding stock should bj of largo size, squaro built, well proportioned and first class in every resttect. Mules raised from such animals will bring good prices, and tho business of mulo raising will be a success. W. L. Mooro in Amer' ican Agriculturist. tO. For Information nnd f reo Handbook write to CO- MUNN UllOAIiWAV. NEW YORK. Oldest bureau for socurlnx patents In Aruerlrsk Kvery patent taken out by us Is brought beforo tho public by a notice given I reo of charge tu tho 3t-- l lW l)jeLaTADEPATENTS.. MARKS. DESIGN COPYRIGHTS. Scientific JUucriflw fl 1 in-bre- ed r pro-dnc- 1 r? in lit ' ' I . 1 &f1e-kkji!- sAi?t mjL.t "3i "Uks- - zxr-v- rr sir'"1 n.iijiMli.f ,,.'. ijwy Ml " Hniiyuiiriii ii "W Tf ' iaP''L -- M""'' ""V?." ' "",")l Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT MT. VERNON, ROOXCASTLE COUNTY. A WOMAN'S CRY. TUB WOIU.D'3 FAIR ROUTE NEW STOCK Ol7 ubllahod Every Tuosday and Friday S3 PKK YKAUIX ADVANCE -- ' When not so paid 32.60 will be charged. K.ti. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train i.aves Kowiand at 7J 5:10 p. hi. ' retutning L.&N. It LOCAL TIME CARD. train going North South xpreis train" aouiiu. Th Utter traini also carry passengers. U calculated on standard time The above me it about o rainui - ocal Freight South North North ...t37Pn .....ia3Pm ,.. ii 51pm ....7 10 am .S3sPm SoUr QUEEN & CRESCENT iii "! ROUTE. P- " j No. Special, arrive 8 40 p. m. No. 5, 3 No- MliI'ar' Q. & C. Special. may rsves ta:43 P- - m , leaves ia.43 P- - m. a. Q & C. Special, y.n p. m.; No.4leaywat6a. in.; No. 6, Limited, 3:S "J p.; No. 8, Expres, arrives 1:31 p'.m., leaves 1:3a Blue-Gra- Traius pus Junction City as follow: t. Limited, 11:15 ss r,t North-bound-N- m. Rev. A. J. Pike hits bern nppointeti postmaster nt Brodliead, tliia county. Mrs. 0. W. Jester nnu ciuiuri'ii, b WilllameburK, are Btoppini? at the Hotel. Hugh Miller returned ietumedfrom the South on Tuesday with 30 men and put thoin to vork on at tho quarry. Mr. Krueger.tho lime man, lias nreu his now pttent kiln and will bo ready for shipping about Tuesday next. Prof. John Amr. Williams, of has been with tho Masonic Iodise here since Monday, holding lodges of instruction and lecturing on Masonry. Peter Sliutts, Jr., while attempting tnbonrd a freight train here a few nights since for a short ride, fell and was drag-peby tho wheels. Ho received several largo gasheH about the scalp, but was not otherwise hurt. Col. G. W. B.ikcr. of London, ctndi- dtte for repsentative of this and Laurel counties in the next legislature, was hero last Sunday and claimB that he saw nlke. The colo .Tnlin Pearl's nel being a candidate, can't aflord to toll a crooked story at this stage ol tlie 2sew-comliar-rodsbur- Tho editor Is on tliy track. Ho w Tho O. H. train & 11. n, ants to pluck tlico from my back. Crinoline! Crinoline! Ho Mj-- s tho skirts which now hnnc slack Arc beautiful anil eeoks to rack Theo oft to some plnco culled Wnybnck, Crinoline! My Crinoline! llnrk to thr w cnror'8 strong nppcnl, Crinoline! Jly blnlcnco skirt. Crlnollno! In theo I kneel, For life or death, for woo or veal, Ihy fair proportions now reveal. Anil gird thosoljcauteoulImbs with steel, Crinoline! My Crinoline! Thou wilt not cower In tho dust, Thy gleaming steel shall never rust, Crlnolinel Rcmetuher. now, thy causo 1 Just, Ilcmcmber every Bharp pen thrust And "do" the editor or bust. Crinoline! My Crlnolinel Crinoline! Wo women should not call in vain. Crinoline! We moot our bisters on tho plain, Sic souiper 'tis our proud refrain. That bailies minlous back nmln. Crinoline! My Crinoline! Crinoline! Crinoline! via frem Cincinnati anil Monon, earn for that lino the title of the Route" lit the only lino 'iinning World's l'air 1'ullman ifcty vcstlbulctl train and ilinlntf .ar between Cincinnati nnd Chicago and the tlceptr nnd compartment cat are the acme of Pullman construction and representative of the World' Tatr, axluplicites ot thec tram will be on exA hlbilinn In the Transportation llmldinc World' Fair Album will he mt to any addreu touthofthe Ohio KUer lor ten crnt in iiamps, many aiidres north ol the unio inter mr iiutcu Kor albums, rate and Informacent In r '). tion recardine a World's hair tnp ildrc & D and Motion Botwoon Omnclnnatl nnd Chicago. he The viperior train ervtce anil fat time of II the C ami Chicago Ginghams, Sateens, Irish Linens, WHITE GOODS AND LACES. Custom : Made CX.OTHIBTC : Shoes, our stock. v.r,mtik.r.. 1 R T Act. "World Koute," soo West 4th Street Cincinnati Ohio lair FOR LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN. It The best suite In the world lor cutt, brunt tetter, sore, ulcor, salt rheum, fover sores,all Vir. chap-pr- d erup hand, chilblains, corn and no pay requirand posititely cute pile, or tlsn ed. It i eutranlecd to itiv. perfect satislactloc 1'iice c cents per boi or money refunded v0r sale by A R. Penny. Suntor J, K.y. Uuc'alln'tt Arnica, tttvlvo. will cost you nothing to look. For Men, Youths and Children. Call and examine W. E. F3ERKXBTS, d Crab Orchard, Ky. Dear Hoopsklrt, break tho tyrant's chain. Thou wilt not leld the vandal toll. Thou wilt not bend to his control. Better a gawlou on theo roll. Better be burled in ft hole, Than shrink an Inch to snvo his soul, Crinoline! Jly Crinoline! New York Sun. Crinoline! lU-DOun- d gtme. ThUUnn expmslou the traveling public y ue when they find something that i tiact-expression applle diwhat they want. This rectly to the Wlcouin Central Lint, which is Chi-- " admitted by all to be "The Rntite'' Itorn Duluth-nn- 5 S . Pauf, Minneapolis, A.hUnd. Their double a I point In' the Northwest. dally train rt ice and fine eulpneut offer In ducement which can not be surpassed.through n This Is the only line lunnlne both Horn Chicar list Clas. and Tourist slteper go to Pacific Coal Point without change. .lew our nearest Tor full informstton address Passenger ami et agent er Jainvs C. Pond. Central pen-eral- l5 x Pull-ma- Just tUoTlllntf. Bo lo WEAHM9 Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in s Ticket Agent Chicay o, III. m. Pawdet J Msoafefy Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Higest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. llev. Cook, a missionary to Alnca, is lecturing here. Miea Nannio Kennedy, of Kussellville, was called hero on account of the serious illness of little Sammie, youngest son of Mr. M. O. Wil liams. Mr. Wm. Adams, of Madison, an urcleto Gov. Brown, is attending Masonic lectures here and 'visiting his relatives, Dr. and Will Davis. Mr. James McGuire, aged 92, owns and operates a water mill in the Eastern portion of this countv. He can put up a two'bushel sack of meal on a horse's back from the ground. Last Saturday he built 50 panels of fence. He hauled tan hark to the railroad last summer, a distance of ten miles. Has used tabacco Hid intoxicants to a moderate extent for 75 years. --a WOMAN'S WORLD IN Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, Old Hickory Wagons, Those who have used l)r King' hate lielllco. Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades. ha They Got thn Sexes Wrong. those who e,r know its value and try it free Cuir on the e Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows Pedestrians on Sixth avenuo yesterday now the opportunity tr. a tiial bittle free Sena druggi't and get and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills. Land Rollers. Wheat d during shopping timo woro much to 11 K. Ilucl'.n & jou, namebottle of Dr King's Co , .He ?,"' I agon New Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Huggy and by an old woman who was playing tell Inal of tluide to Health and llousebo d as a Haled Hay, &c. a barrel organ at tho corner of Thirtieth inrtiuctor flic All of which 1. KVr."nd Harness, Saddles, Melds, Btreet. On ono cud of tho organ bIio had you good and cost ou nothing pasted this sign, "Help tho Blind." Be- drugstore Soo tho World's Fair for 15 Conts neath it appeared this second appeal, cntsln Utm receipt of)our addiess and 15 Nmvemr "I Am tho Father of Seven Motherless ill mal you our on Children." The old woman woro n pair lrtfol.o of (he World'. Columbia a we t0''"; of bluo goggles, behind which her eyes the rcfiular priceithejoe, but nominal price New puz-tlo1 All Froo .. powder royal;baking New York. 106 co., PARAGRAPHS. Wall St., Women Are Marching on Toward Liberty and Cltlxenriilp. ZD-A-IKTZ- "- of Jersey milk to the people of Stanford and Row- Dairy, irotn which I can supply any I will open on January ibih, 1S9J. a First-Cla- ss quantity land at thelotlowing prices, delivered: cent Freth Milk, per gallon 10 cent Summed Milk, pir gallon Scenu Butter Milk, per gallon I will make two trips dally. The patronage ol the G. A. I'KV ION. public 1 olicited. Stanford, Ky g,.yr. Notice.to the Traveling Public. I have had THE SHELTON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and sahave in connection with Hotel one or the; best niKhl loons In the State, open day and night aHouse man meet all train. In connection with fctati have alto one of the best Mineral well in the nd Mri eind for reference to water, call on Mr InG. W. Patnek, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Dr. Stantord, gram, Erin, Tenn . A A. Warren, flraum. Mr. and Mrs T. W. F Proctor, C. H. Hamilton, Rowland. Mr. and Mr K. B. Johnson, New Haen, Jim Cox, GrccnOiuri;. Rates Jj per M' C,reV' C'e,tNvrGCARmRllR,"rroP. , p 1 have built and fitted up a new and handsom Gallery at ROWLAND, addin?new scenery, ac cessortes, nd instruments and everthlnn pertain Gallery. With man) yeirs Ine to a First-Claexperience I am enabled to do Rood work at low Csbinet Photos finished in the Litest and price $1 dozen; Di'test style at $1 50 per dozen. Card public for past amond 75c doren. Thinking the favor,, I an, IHful.RAN(c CORDIF.K ss 'ITHE F. RILEY B. HOUSE .am RILEY,Proprletor, "London, - - I have otecared than ever to accommodate th public. deGood Livery attached andesery convenience Give me a call. KUANK RILEY. sired. moved to my new Hotel 1 Kentucky. better and C. . FOWEXX, DBALEK in General -:- - Merchandise, And Country Produce, Hasopenedh.s stock or good and is read v to lieu serve the people of Stanford and sic.nity. .want effcrtnp unheard of Bargain and all. v. heshould tlie low"1 Pi"hIe P""' good gooJ call on him on Logan Avenue. W. C. HTJTCHHTGS, FKOPHtKTOR Uvery and Feed; Stable, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. liy-er- y Having purchased of A. T. Nunnelley hi ready I can bo found at his old .land or n;h'ht to waiton the public at any tune day Nothing but FIRST-CLAS- S : TURNOUTS be as shall leave my stabla and my price will and low the lowest Don't forget my Stanford Rowland 'bus line. K ' Falls Branch Jellico CoallOo., Miner and shipper of the GENUINE Original Jellico Coal. agent for Stanford T rv it. We are the oleol Depot stteet and Jand rail- wland. Office corner road crossing WATTS HIOGINS 6 THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., JOSEPH COFFEV, Pro'r. I refurnished, l now Thi Hotel, renovated an no as to In oyulyroafnm I intend t conduct it to add it. high reputation, but no Special ol friend. and line rooms.for Uudlsptoy of samples. llt er AIFirst-Clas- s Saloon POOL ROOMS attached JOSEPH COFFKY. .,i nil 7.tf I.1ARD an! There was no convulsion of mture. neither did the sun stand still, nor waa thero silence in heaven for even half n minute, when Mrs. Laura J. Eisenhnth. tho nowly elected state (superintendent of tho public Fohoolrt 111 North Dakota, assumed tho duties or her olllce. 'All goes well, and Superintendent lii&onhuth with signal is administering her oflL-ability. Meantime '21 of tho 41 hlntc permit women tovoto forpcl.ool ofti-erIn Kansas they have munLip.nl rinffrag In Wyoming they have what they will soon have in every northern btate full suffrage. Wyoming will be honoiet! above nil tho lest in the history of th emancipation of woman. In Kanti' half tho counties have women bchool sui)criHtendeita. From county suikt Kitrape. A intendent is only a step to statu intendent. and that'stcphns already been taken by Laura Ei&enhuth. In lb'.M k. srM.inl in Kansas a constitutional amend ;y s ment will bo voted on to htnke out tho word "malo" fiom tho (iu.il Pcrluips, iflcaiions for citizenship !l . VJS52WiaS'S3 Kansas w ill bo tho first stato toran0', v herself alongbido of Wyoming. As many' !,rrri ns 20 women speakers tool: part in the New York lust presidential campaign will hold a constitutional convention a 1691, and. according to tho law, homo of tho delegates to it must bo women The question of giving suffrage to women, will come up before tho convention drafting tho new constitution Tho mem j iriirjp 7 v KiKs ivr d h bera may as well adopt that provision fir Unless they do part of their work will have to he done over ngain before tivo ,wrn,FrTfnTr'fVTi years. Tho word "main" must follow Truth tho exploded su-- j the word "white" into Tieratitious of tho nast. Liberty is us 31 iklnxn Nahio I'or Himself. good for woman ns it was for the whito Tlie man had been away from his naand black male. It has been predicted tive town for fivo years, and when ho that women from Kansas nnd Wyoming came to vimt the old place again he was will Bit as members of tho Fifty-fift- h quite anxious to hear about tho people congress. If not then, they will soon ho had known. After many questions senafter. And women United States ho camo to tho subject of thoso who had ators will never have to go to a sanita- gono away about tho time ho did. rium or to medicinal spring's to get over "Where's Henry Bilker?" he asked. alcohol sprees. "Henry left threo months beforo I did. I The secretary nnd treasurer of tho New didn't take much stock in him, but when Castle (Del ) gas and water companies is ho went west ho said he would mako a a young lady, Miss Lucille U. Martin-dale- . namo for himself, and I hopo ho did." It in agreeablo to record that nliu "That's just what ho did." replied his gcts tho same salary as was paid to tho compauiou. "Well, well. I never would havo gentleman who held thoofllcobeforoher your work is, no matter how thought it. How did ho do it?" Whatever "Signed it to a check. 1 don't know li.i.xliln ilnit t1ilwht: tli.if. it, run liodone whose name Henry took, but it was good in hope and in faith. Do not fret or grow j for $.100, and Henry is now on his third IIHIMlllUUb IJCtuusu IV 1.1 uumun, ji penitentiary." Detroit Free imlmnunt not worthy or your abilities vear in tho abil- Press. Know this for certain if you havo A Worrtliit; Thought. ity for great work and high work, that Little Boy Please, sir, give mo a calwork will come to you in duo lime. But first all must hervo and do littlo work in endar. Merchant Wo don't givo calendars to a great and high way. children. Another ever broadening field for "W'y not?" women's vrk is that of teaching phys"Oh, becauso children haven't any use ical culture. Universal attention is for them." twitl to it. and that uirls' school "That's all you know. I've got uso for which has no gymnasium and no teach- ono right now, nn I want it bad. I've er of physical culture is away behind laid awake threo nights tho times. Tho devotion to physical "Humphl What is it you want to culture among women is Bhown in tho know?" constantly increasing number of tall, "I want to find out how many moro fino, strong girls and women one meets Chrismuses is goin to lo spoiled by comin on the streot and elsowhere. It certain- on Sundav." Good News. ly appears to mo thnt the girl of today is A CniimrvHllve. taller and larger than tho girl of 20 years "So you are opposed to tho state uniago was. Virginia, tho mother of presidents, has versities, eh?" "Yes,"BaidMr. Wayback, "I am. This not n woman suffrage society. hero thing of p.iyih out good stato money A mother would die for her child and to eddicato a lot o' dudes so's they will do far more for it than n father would bo smart enough some day to beat my in a majority of cases, yet in only six lxys outen their farms after I am gone states has tho mother equal rights with don't agree with my notion of things at tho father in the guardianship of her all." Indianapolis Journal. children. This is ono of tho crnelest provisions of our civilized law. Purely Ornamental Questions. Shopping Woman Havo you any silks women to It is quite out of fashion for at $3 a yard? unto women now. Clerk Yessum. Shopping Woman And uny others nt Forger Thomas Hunt, "tho man swindled three Cin- $3 a yard? wjth a cough," who Clerk Yessum. cinnati hanks out of about ?5,000, died Shopping Woman Well, I want some in yew York of consumption whilo nn gt Chicago der arrest. wero completely hidden. Many quizzical looks wero thrown at her as tho passersby read tho inscription on tho organ, and ono or two persons said somo sharp words, but tho old woman went on placidly turning tho crank. A few blocks down tho street tho mystery of tho inscription wns cleared up. street Bat an old man At Twenty-sixtturning music out of a barrel organ as dilapidated as tho ono whoso faint strains conld almost bo heard from up tho street. Ho, too, woro goggles, and his organ bore this legend, "Help tho Blind," and under it, "I Am tho Mother of Soven Fatherless Children." A man stepped up to lum and said, "Look here, my friend, next timo you go out you had better get tho sign right on your organ." Tho grinder must havo guessed what tho error was, for, pushing tho goggles back from his eyes, ho peered quickly up nnd down the street as if looking for n policeman. Seeing nono, ho leaned over and read tho sign. "Dot blast tho old woman," ho muttered, pushing tho goggles over his eyes and shouldering his instrument to leave, "siio'ri mixed them organs up again." New York Snn. h haseonVvem.Ve lied it a work of Art and a thin to bo ptiied. it contain, hill Pae vlew.olandhc.is in" w Ith decrlpticns of jatre ".""k JtV, If blghtstleolarU refundnot stamp, and It tou lit the it we will JSJSSlBS HUSTON VILLI-:- , KY., FIYE f num- touet book.. teepthe Chicago, lib Address H. K. llucWbn A Co , t When IUby n as sick, wo rsvo her Costorl. WTicn sho was a Child, ho cried for CastorU. When she Ixvamo ML, sh clun to Catorli. When slie had Children, she jrrc them Cwtorl. 1 will close and style. I have some Shoes and Hoots left over, which Pebble lhittons 75c; Kid Huttons 95c; Men's out very low Ladies' Congress and Lace Shoes M.40, worth U Heavy Hoots Si. 25, S1.50 and $2, worth double the money. A nice line of dark Calico at 5c. Blankets and comforts OfTers Bargains in all kinds of Goods for 30 days, in order to make room for his Spring Goods- - My Spring Shoes are daily arriving, and far excel anything ever shown in Hustonvillc in quality, workmanship At Almost HALF PRICE. VfArbuckle's Coffee 25c; Fire Proof Oil 15c gallon and a great ber of Bargains too numerous to mention in all kinds of goods. Terms 30 days to responsible parties. the best town,- - pill. Think of sire it cause, you U? SriuWe and di.turt.nce "Vouldn? vou welcome sorn. thing easier to ake indeasier In ,1. ways. I. f the same time it did 1 I Lt IKWlSL ' The . 're thVunaileH lu s.re.the reaching mresuii. and they K.ve help .'V. ..""JvnUinat.on. Indi- - Lincoln County is the best County in thctState; Hustonvillc, Ky., is i,i,u,:,,7 p....u.nt-lute- d. ndbowrisf .re promptly rel.etcdand 'Ifwc can't cure our Catarrh, no mslter how snr "iwmm TMim. mmm rv ?rrw onl that tbitisateacdy that curt 50 Catarrh C sts cent. Remedy is used The nioreChamWrlain's Cough h better it Is I.Lcd It is that aUatsL'lve satisfaction cold. It is Kd whjn Ys yen ' are seit.d and jur lutig We seic sold iiiv Mud ol a cough boll have 11I..1. has every It and I JLV'n CJ The best and cheapest man in the county. a have come to this town (Hustonvillc) and opened this day with full line of ueno hiidm.n wJB Hi e: , $ Minn. y,ctntboltle.lorsal'byW Druggist, tJnlord. tt-r- A J,,,,"C:?. ?$ l ' lothk Gents' Furnishing Ms, Hoots, Sl-.oc- s, , j" My w.fewa confined to her months w,th . j severe attack o h WVcoMld not get nothing thut would Chan' '""", a'.urpri.e ''VJ b. " relit I, I'i i llolm a ma! I o eur Kret to m.proveaner the first m I'I;'!";,3UI ,$ w VhinVmotC ..nB it ,rg.d.ly shework I . attsiid to here house o cent K Knutson A Co., Ken.iKt.n, Minn. . - McKoUrts. TuK.t, Ml" au '; Hals, A:c. Alo a Full Line of Tinware. g- -u 1 1 btuulord. biljlou Persons who are subject to altack's of ferilliRS. almou.nvirUbly tell.by their . rla.n Ujlu. w.!l,Ho II Chamh. an attack -Cholera and UUrrm.ea Kemeuy can"".ward appear, they as theeympton keep the , .kiiiili aUavs Heinedr at hand, ready lor immediate e or three doses ol it at tl mshMlije needed Two . I'or .ale will Mve them much suflermi: 1 I "d 'J'. v ''"v -- expt L,.i....,,. ,,." '' TO ? Tffiil 3 OOTi. I COME ONE COME ALL. TOBE. 1 I PMK'UE iifftoorrn iiu(titi - have some Bargains to show you. I am running 2I021S33 STOIElT. W "O" I d On the night u l lud old, heavy rrane and tall, knot on :ft .rdt fei;, .bghtcollarmark.il left hould:in ' harness marks. A u iry condition. l.ows reward will be given for fcaid horse or for intorina-concerning h.n J JUuh'-jn Three : Big Else in the country. : Stores I In Kentucky and one WHOLESALE STORE in Cincinnati, Ohio. Now, as I buy in quantities I am able to sell you goods ( QtA Cheaper Than Anybody GIVE ME A TRIAL. can Save you Money. BANKS THE JEWELEU, Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of IT. FETJD, IHustonville, HUE AND STORM 2y. ";" ij.n.niXjTonsr ROWLAND, DEALER SIN KV., HARDWARE, I j. u. kauguian, INSURANCE AGENT' .. .Reptescntins,.., i Watches, Clocks GROCERIES, be-l- n'' Jewelry im also agent lor the old reliable these coot! I in i and w.ll Wp a lull line of SUnlord stock, and all I ask of tho merchan sol and 1 will orders and Holland is lo Klve me their rsctory prices nut the Kood. lo their houses at 'ihankinB the public for liberal patronaBe, 1 ak a coutlnuonco of same, and remani your obedient I Hoots and Shoes, dears and Tobwco.OhU emu. (titer Salt for sale by the barrel. at III take price try produce us exchange for Ko.ds jn.rket ! Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North Wmerica. All of which are first-claCompanies I would be pleased to waito nmy Iricmlsln this line. Pol. icies promptly issued. Will insure against tornadoes, wind storms and lightning. Lightning claus- -' esattachiol without additional charge Office at Kirst National Hank Stanford. tervant. r J. ... And SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. Si All goods sold engraved tree of charge. tiT Your patronage respectfully solicited. ...', j I I John II. Cattleman. A. G. Lstiham I ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOI-- . BARBEE &0ASTLEM MANAGERS, Agents throughout the South. Blue-Gra- ss : Nurseries, Spring, 1893. Vines, Asparagus and everything for the Orchatd, Lan and Ujrden l'rlces low. We sell direct and haio no agents. Catalogues on application to a 11. IMIII.LKNMKVER, I'rull niidlOrnauiental Trees, small Krults.drape PAVORXTE MILLS, McKINNEY, Ky., Lexington, Ky. AiN rt tH 7l FOB one-ha- S-AXjIE. Commerce Building', Louisville Sr IffiS n a tyc mu of I .i love. utttMu n,r Jortr ; News-Recor- d, Having too much other business on hand lo see after it properly, I will sell my Favorite Mills at McKinney. They have a capacity of so ol tluur per day and are in Rood repair. I will sell uown for cash, balance in it or 18 lf for months, with interest, or alllri reil K. L.. TANNER, McKinney, ,00 W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD, KY, .liulll ail lilittll llul tufts. I ...- - nj... tt 'ui.iru'l tt epars. i ills. sutj vii'ui mstiuuiLnt.i.. sltss tu.jH i. ...V , illthn hliikl r n.t h t (llllll l ........ (row i, wtol.ll. J J(lin' M'ler. i.iLtudiiii. ' ur l.uo suu portruUa, vlit i iiioiianlsliiUncer, I'adciovrsl.l i Ol rS ttiuuro i i.iiil.n.ln Allelic luttl.miil Jtr. i t ton 11 iittiuiiill llie poi.ii'ar lioiutr. .d. J ? ilreis uil ordor. to .NKW M)Kk JIUSIf'ALJ KCllO. llrimdniiv 'I liu.itm llull.llriL-- . N. V. .laisll m I t &a&amCK&SBm