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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893040701 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. fwrt jjmi' Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXI. BRO. CONE Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. APRIL 7. 1893. NO.ll hut let each ono act upon his own From con- - Gives Expulsion His Church Membership. Side of His (hdltor Interior 1 I Joirml J certain staiemont bavin appeared in th Ijjteiiioh Journal of March 2 ' concerning the exclusion of Dwcoti Cone" from tbo lluatonville Haptiat church, 1 fed constrained thereby, un-- l deraensoofduty,andfor tbo sake of to bestow upon it such attention as it contents merit. Tho paid atu- incnt bears tbo siKitaturfs of J. I). Hris coo (intended for Burton, I presume) and V. II. lladgett, committer, ami pur porta to have been "dono by tbo order of tbo church on tbo 2d Saturday in March, 1M.V My response Hhall Iih as brief an possible, but I Hhall afolc to make myself understood. receipt. lat. Tbo aforesaid atatoment poniesi-- a thisdillVrenco seemed to Indicate a feel- fall. Monday was the first day of circuit f truth ing of personal diHliko upon tho containing Tho winter term of tho Institute tha merit of part of court and "horse show" day as well, and only. Ilia true that "on Saturday closed lat Thurmlay and there wan a va Her. John Hi tie. a large crowd was in town. It wbh the tho 'U Sunday in February, 1S0.I, tith Krror. Iain charged with saying cation of two days, the spring term open- - initiatory court since tho change in the lo tbo Hustouvillo Baptist church did Where goods can be bought that I was ''better informed and know ing Tuesday. districts and many came to see how K'ally (10 va. fil exclude from her fellow On Sunday afternoon n party of "10r 'alllst '0Ctr'H tban allj tho rest Judgo Wallace Jones and CommonM hii Deacon N. J. Cone." '. a.tikt! (of tho church." This charce is untrue young people secured some boats and wealth Attorney Muncio were going to frtnut vin that I had banded the the el- - in every particular. Finally, Deacon took a pleasant excursion about two conduct affairs. I beard no complaint emcntBoftho Lord's Supper to J. B. Hadgett, whoso name is appended to the miles up the river. -of either of tho gentlemen, but on tbo csy- tDa Damaged goods at your own price. (.i ree ii. au elder in tho Presbyterian H. S. Crawford and G. W. Chambers alleg-'oliicial statement, on tho same contrary, heard them both highly praishave dono. chinch, which I confer to occasion at which I piuucd the elementR were in Corbin Tuesday. Miss Gertrude ed. Judgo Jones' charge to tho grand Tho remainder of tho otlicial atatoment, to Bro. Green, passed them to Joh. K. Lester went to Ml. Vernon Sunday to jury was clear and forceful and no doubt no called, can be moro correctly entiiuat Hutrmaii, a member of the Christian visit Miss Xowcoiub. many an illicit whisky dealer shook in Mr. Will Blakoly, of I'ineville, spent 'J as to it quality when I shall have chiiri'b. Tho said Badgott has uliietdid his boots while the judge dealt on the analyzed it and expose l ihi Inwardness himself from tho clerical wrath of 1'astor Sunday with his best girl here. Miss whisky subject. Both of the gentlemen Nora Hill spent from Thursday until to tho Unlit of truth. "during tho Hllfe, by atatlng that Ifut"mati reached Monday with MisiiLiura Brock, near ate determined to nt least lessen the sale First. It li atllrmed that over and snatched the elements of whisky in tho county, if not otop it above action" I myaelf constantly dinnIf I was not ruthlessly excluded, why London. entirely. ed myself to bo a "very zealous member did they not accept my proposition to Miss Mystico French, of Richmond, I spoke of horse show day above, but rtml ono of tho best informed otlieors ol leave it to our three former pastors, or who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. did not finish. There were a good many of my extho church." After tho voto either ono of tho two living In Kentucky Huguely, returned home Saturday. Mrs. on parade and some of them were richly clusion had been taken, I simply Ptated i B. F. Taylor or H. H. Noel), or Bro. Huguuly accompanied her. S. V. D. Stout bred fellows iudeod. Several of those that I had willingly contributed of my NVigham'd motion to "drop tho charge Is attending court at Somerset. whose pedigrees are found in our horse money for tho support of this church, against Bro. Cone, as all the deacons Tho Cleonian Society of tho Insti- columus were tboro and all made a my New stock, styles and shades. but made no reference whatever to were guilty of the same, and draw the tute gave an entertainment last Thurs showing. George Aiford, who exas claim to BUerlor Biblo information day evening. Long before tho time for hibited Sentinel, told me line from hereafter, then if they did it that he booked compared with other. As to my chris- again to ileal with them accordingly?" the exercises to begin tho chapel was nlno mares, while Mr. J. Steele Carpenfull to overflowing. Tho young ladies tian character, it is in tbo bauds of my X. I. Conk. ter, with Wallace Denmark, E. Smith neighbors, and I cheerfully submit to did well, showing that much time and Powell with Erricsson, Jr., and Jim LIBERTY. their verdict and will abido the result labor had been spent in preparation. Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, Crow with his tine saddler, Peck's I bavo received the without complaint. Thomas Adkins, an attorney at this each did good business. Jan. V. Alcorn, ol Stanford, came in Landreth's Garden Seed at universal sympathy of members of all place, who h'as been figuring quite conLiberty is the same quaint and quiet of tho world, and also very Tuesday. churches ami spicuously in the Louisville papers of Deputy Snerlir W. CUy Adams had little town and very little change has voneiully of tho Hustonville Baptist of another exciting fool rco a few days ugo late, on account au escapade made by been made since I wrote from hero last, church, exeeut He v. John Hltle and bis on Brush Creek. Ho him at a bonne of three weeks had dismounted New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. although improvements are to be made little party, whom ho has Huctvsfully ago, and who has since been arrested for a writ on a young man for carsoon. Situated so far from a railroad hard shell theol- - to servo indoctrinated into bis rying concealed weapons, when the changing the amounts of same claims and in rather a poor county it is not 11. 15. KING. GEORGE H. PREWITT. oay. bought by It i in at the Inst term of tho occasion of my ordination youngster took to his heels and mndo ciicuit court nnd placed under $300 stranzo that the town is at a stand-stil- l 'Jd. Ou the fabt time for 200 yard, but Adama overit is (dated that I "solemnly avowed" my hauled him. Tho Brush Creek fellows bond, has departed for parts unknown. and it should indtvd be commended for deteriorating. alhereneo to "restricted" communion. seem to have considerable There had been two warrants issued and uot aversion to The principal improvement I hoard 1 thereby have MORELAND, KY., Had I done ho, would enter that queer shaped rock pile, situa- County Attorney Perkins had some more the We have opened up a nice line ol lot tho riht of private judgment and ted in tbo depths of ono of tho Liberty allidavits in his possession, upon which spoken ofofisa hotel moro than T.probable building by Mr It. Pierce, tho liberty to receive any additional ravinen, which several more would have been issued, so puzzle Htrancers to who kept a hotel for years and who was H not, this statement is knowledge? and it is supposed ho got news of this But "Deacon Cono" know its usert, but which in this section and thought it better to leave while SoOO burned out some threo years ago. Tho w Ithout any force. is known by the name of the proposed building, it is said, will be a would pay him out. made no such Homish avowal to human county jail. They need not be frightenthree-stor- y frame hotel nud will contain We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could Get Durinir my ordination dictation. Since our hut writing death bus inHide, tho au ed at its uncouth appearance, for it inn't vaded our town ami taken ono of our j'.Oroouu. To a man up a tree it looks the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, I Kivuto Hov. John any too secure if they want to get out. like this is most too much hotel for the which enables us to make very low prices. liases of steel nails $2 per thor of my expulmon, neither ono word, The IhI term of the Cacey circuit ino't estimable women. On last Friday place, but it can be safely said that if of any kind, as express keg, do. wire nails $2.30, coal oil 10c per gal. with all other goods in alj;n nor toher. morning Mrs. II. C. King, wife of ono of coiin unuer Hie now constitution open Bob Pieice builds it, ho will make mon- proportion. ivo of my "avowal" of my adherence to attorneys, was called away, leaving ed Monday with Judge Wallace Jones our Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you "restricted communion.'- I expressed on the bench nnd J. C Muncte, Com- two little cli'ddron, the yonngefct only ey out of it as ho has done out of everymoney neither assent nor disient from any monwealth's attorney, present. The new nine days old. Mrs. King's maiden thing he has tried. A rather fishy story was told mo by a mnles, 2 pr. broke mules and nice saddle horse for sale. word bo may have uttered duriiiK that judgo gave elaborate instructions, not uame was Cole and her parents live responsible man of the Middleburg vi iiox.5 Cotton ceremony. near Marion, Va , where sho was taken only to tho grand jury, but alio to the cinity and were it of a different nature & ltd Krror. On tho occasion when oillcers in their various duties and pow- for burial Sunday morning. On Satur- I would vouch for its truthfulness. Ho passed tbo emblems to J. B. Green the ers day afternoon Mrs. Mary J. Hector died under the new order of things. We author states that "Bro. Green chanced have beard his instructions commended at iier homo of pneumonia. Mr. Hector said that on the night of tbo cyclone, which did Rowland so much damage, a to be present, but consistently did not by the citizens and have has only been with us a few months, substance resembling pulverized sulBro. Green did not forward." (Xhuii heard no adverse criticisms iiom any. having moved hero from near Buckey, phur fell aud in some of the rain barrels chance" to bo present, as ho was was a largo crowd in at- - Tenn., whoro Mrs. Hector was taken for it was of an inch deep. A sprinkle of hnth Sunday schools In the While there tendance, there seemed ho au absence of burial. Hie left three little children. To it was Been on the ground around MidBaptist house while his own church-hous- o tho usual number of legil gentlemen the husbands and children we extend dleburg, but it seemed to melt almost .Arc invited to. was being repaired, and by iuyita from a distauco. Wo noticed, however, our heartfelt sympathy and trust that the instant it touched the ground. Be Hlfle. tion of Hov. John among them H.J. Breckinridge, of Dan- they will turn to that Ono for consola- heve this or not, as you like. The writer (whoever ho in makes tbo ville, M. !:. Taiter, of I'ellyton, aud J. F. tion Who only can console under such Fishing has been fine for the past two impression that "Bro. Green" was seat-m- l IIaysandBr.ini Stone, of Jamestown. sad bereavements. weeks and Green river seems to have a in some out of tho way corner, where Among tho distinguished men from oth better supply this year than over before. .Our store and see the great. MIDDLEBURG. ho would not bo expected to commune. It is nothing unusual for the head of n Cono pompously er towns present wore J. I!. Chilton, cf Then'.that "Deacon Iouisville, !:. C. Walton, l.wois Withers Sat ut day, April Hi, will bo bors" family to run down to the river nnd went to Bro. Green and banded him tho and V. 1 Tate, Stanford; Dr. ICdward show day here. There will be several catch a mess of fish before breakfast. emblems I" Alcorn and Jim Allen, from Huston-ville- ; good ones on exhibition and a big crowd Mr. East Tarrant, who has been ior Tho facts in the caso are Bro. Green James Crow and Georgo Alford, is expected. The baud will furnish mu- the past year and a half writing a history Made in the display of our immense stock of was already and all the time on the front from McKinney. In the afternoon theio sic and a general good time is anticipatof the "First Kentucky Cavalry," is nearin iho centre of HeHt, except ono, about was a line display of blooded horses on ed. ly through his work and says the manutho house and in front of tho pulpit and the public square and.Middleburg street, B. A. Smith was hero last week repscript will be in the hands of our printer Hllle officiating at tho ta-of Hov. John but your business manager no doubt resenting the Cumberland Building and within the next six weeks. He thinks where ho could not bavo been ble, and took a note of it. Loan Association at Chattanoog-t.Tenu.- , Matting, S;c., in the new room in the the book will contain betweeu 100 and passed by.without attracting tho attenthis writing a number oi r hut met with poorencouiagement, At as the o00 pages and that tho retail prico will bad tion of others that tho elements and minor cases have been tried people hero are too much; interested in not exceed $2. Besides telling of every been refused him' Alas! alas! befoie thecouit and verdicts of guilty the bank. conflict and every incident of import4th Error. "But Deacon Cono pompous- rotm lied against the offenders and John Wilcher and his brother Nel- ance, which happened to the cavalry tines Bro. Green and handed him ly went to The former Carpet Department has been shelved for our large Sho tlxed, but no important criminal cases. son started Tuesday morning with a the eloments;" that Is, went out of his Win. Allen for tbo killing of Barlow and number of men and teams for Hell's during the late unpleasantness, steel stock, which is second to none anywhere. For Gents', Ladies' and engravings of many of the prominent way to get to him; and did all this Cnnu may John Stathaui charged with maliciously (jroea, in i.ee county, where they pro- participants will appear. It will certain- Children's "ompously" besides' Deacon wounding Joo Brown, have both been pose getting out a large quantity of tan ly be a book of much inteiest to Mr. not see himself as others fieo him, vol continued till next term. bark. They will run a sufficient force to Tarraut's comrades, many of whom are Deacon Cono is aware that kind peel Borne 1,000 or 1,200 cords. alive, aud hope it will pay tho worthy has bestowed upon him h rotundHer. J. (. Montgomery preached at author handsomely. Tho Hon. W. H. Wadsworth, of Come and see us. compactness aud robustness of ity, a Maysville, who was stricken paral- Grove (formerly Deadwood) Sunday at :t The Napier Hotel, which has recently that mlglfl possibly make tbo ysis Sunday morning, died, with never having o'clock. Hov. J. N. Bowling preached been fitted up by mine host, C. W.Pres-cot- t, faimpression upon tho mind of the less regained consciousness. Ho served in two discourses at tho Baptist church, is doing the flourishing business it vored that his movemeuta were charac- the Legislature, tlueo terms in Congress while on a visit to his familyilately, that deserves. Mr. Prescott ie a unbecoming "pomposity." terized by an we hear highly spoken of by! those who of Capt. J. W. Vhipp and is the right and was Grant's minister to Mexico. MEN'S AND HOY'S sup-But Deacon Cone can charitably Caswell Bennett, the son of Chief heard them. Hev. Vino will preach at man for the business, ('apt. Whipp that bis alleged "pomposity" only spends a portion of his time around the Justice Bennett, who has been in jail at tho Baptist church Suudav. appears real to those upon those whom hotel and fills admirably tho role of enbestow suclh quali- - Frankfort, for several weeks on a techninature has refused to Miss Nellie Vilas, daughter of the tertainer. cal charge of forgery, but kept there ties! lT. S. Senator, died from tho effects of For five long years there was not a deaconB labored moro to check a dissipated career, was Ub "Both pastor and allowed to leave the prison and the State, trearheotnmy peiforuied for malignant child born in the corporate limits of teude'rly and esrnestly with tho offendtho prosecution against him being with- quinzy. Tho Senator was tarpon lishing Liberty and it looked as if tho populaer for two months, but the moie in some out of the way place in Florida tion would seriously diminish. This did drawn. my he became." Hero again and could not he reached. uot last always, however, and withiu the Tho L. & X, has purchased of the convictions aro characterized Cyrus P. Walbridge, republican, waa last six months an alarming number this is laboring Southern Iron Co. the narrow-gauga3"stubborness,"and Deacons road running from Dickson, Tenn., to elected mayor of St. Louis by a majority have cotno to bless many already happy "tenderly with the offender visited and beyond Centervillo. Tho road will of about :,000. Tho republicans alfo unions. It Is not necessary for one to George Hlffe and W.ILBadgett JUST IN. I behoved m be changed to a standard gaugu and will secured the collector aud it U thought prick his ears to catch the familiar wail I me once and asked mo if on the other hand a wad reply was hat I give a direct line through tho great min- that they bavo secured every one of tho there now, hut open communion. My inviting nor debar-- f ing regions to Birmingham, and will be six councilmeu and n majority of the lof cotton in each ear would make sleep believed in neither more of a possibility. E. O. W. house of delegate. to commune, of great importance. ring any who migbt desire A an-trut- , .nyronvictlons of truth nn.l Born, to Mrs. Gorman Jones, on Inst The I. J. Man Sojourns a Few Days In That uul ,uru'" "u'"-"clo rraincieu com- - Friday, at Knoxville, a girl. innnfon, as they do, mn I to bo branded Pleasant Section. The bass have bpgiin to bite and the Willi thehin of stubbormiotm for it It has beeu my pleasure this week to excllldod fr0III lIl0 cllurdlV llo u 80 flshfrmen aro having lots of fun. minglo with the good people of Casey H. Brock, of London, was Charles Mrdeci refund to bow to Human. Let county nnd tho mingling proved to be a HllnlUI cm,t ,,, Ktt0WIf ,mt ,Bt ,,,, be. hero Monday. Mrs. M. A. Mooro is very pleasure indeed. Not only did I enjoy Tore our Store to pieces and nick. Wflro lhal ,, ,, 10t tJ fif(t vcUnJ , tho trip, tho meeting of old acquaintanTho board of supervisors raised tho r,th Krror. When "cited" to trial at I taxable value of property in this county ces and the forming of now ones, hut the January mti:., became not to enjoyed threo days of work, which, BWjr lhe (.,mW( (iU tQ Um nearly $200,000. reference to our books bIiowh, the largest Mr. Farra, of tho Bible College,Lex-ingto., ,,, , . ..i,...,,,. .. , ,,, "IIHMIll IIU LKUI U ,, . v Mill amount ever done for the Interioh Jol'ii-nai- . ll will preach at tho CbriHtian rectly mid itov. Jobn Itille knows it, by Thousands of dollars woith of goods, but vc arc in the same length of time. ''Hard church next Sunday. HtntinK that my own belief was nuitber times," of which so many people comThere was n box dinner at Hockhold to invito nor debar any ono from tbo or plain, did not trouble me at all, and I dinance. I furthermore stated that tbo last Siturday for the beneiit of tho new found the clover Casevite, as a general other deacons bad parsed tho elumenta Baptist church at that place. thing, ready to settle for his paper and Tho Kentucky Lumber Co. will beto members of other churches ever sinco We can now oc found at Jim Elgive it a strong endorsement to bis And ready to wait on the trade. the botiFO bail been built, and as no gin the erection of a planing mill soon friends, if any happened around while more's store house in chargo had over been mailo against thorn to replaco tbo one that was burned last he was getting his f o v'tioi8. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. THE STATE OF CASEY. THE CYCLONE n, AGAIN TO THE FRONT, one-hal- bo-for- e DARSTTOVr f STEPHENS & KNOX. 1 CHEAPER Than EVER SEASONABLE GOODS. ALABASTINE ! WALL PAPER first-clas- a Carriage aud Decorative Paints for Buggies and Household use. Ham-bletonia- e Wo Bo MoMDBKBTS, KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Dry Clothing Cy Boots, Snoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, her-vi- cu I - 1 KING PBEWITT. iaw-loviu- g super-inr.m.lln- .. YOU Imisde-ineauo- IMPROVEMENT ji-- jc j? E T S BABl2MKNT. c l'rovi-deuc- e Fine Footwear, per-aonall- BiE3vi3MA&TiEi & mm 8on-in-lr.- n CLOTHING! New Stock H. stub-bor- n e 1 IMew Styles, J. McROBERTS. .,-- ?k&LJIV'-,J- , n w - V XI ' V I) '. B'" h A BEAUTIFUL WESTERN POETESS. I - ' ( WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. BUZZING THE DEEKEEPER. DR. W. B. PENIW DciltlNt. .The Bmatleet Pill la Uu Worldly I Why do you Buffer fj .from Dyspepsia and 'remlorlnf- - lffo miserable, when th c, resaedy Is at your hand? ; Tiny Liver Pills tdtts ; Mother of n Sturdy Hoy and la a Htm j- Journnllat. In tho broad Holds of litcrnturo nnd newspaper work thcro nro many busy helpers whoso inspiration lies in tho homo. Tho daintiest bits of verse, tho descriptivo writiiiB and tho clevor-ostories often como from tho pens of women who linvo a homo lifo as charm. Phci st Tlic Mrl tnctioly Story or Tour llniilt'oii Old .MiiltW. kWUlpedUy remove U thta trorlile, A Peiuibleyou toratandtliirest your food, V prevent headnche and Isnpart aa haroA I enjoyment of I lie to Thlch you Price, Pbcrnnstranirer. Date tnafl. V SScenta. OlHce, 30 Frk Flaw, Is Mk. .1 t'WWVWVWVWWW MENSTRUATION w!lh a woman of vigorous health passes off in due time without pain or discomfort; but when she approaches this crisis MONTHLY with a frail constitu tion and feeble health she endangers both her physical and mental powers. ,J w an vm ul i: BRADFIELD'S -- 9 if taken a MINNIi: THOMAS I10YCE AND SON. FEMALES REGULATOR few days before the monthly sickness sets in and continued until! nature performs her functions, has no equal as a SPECIFIC for Painful, Profuse, Scanty, Suppressed and Irregular MENSTRUATION Book to BMDFIELD "WOMAN" mailed free. REGULATOR t $ CO.. Atlanta, Ga. Sold by all Druggtitt. ) tW ,VWV...-SA"S.-'Vfc- TABLERSpil C buckeyeJjLC OINTMENT and CERTAIN ing as that of tho most thoroughly wonicu in tho world. Homo lifo is an inccntivo nnd n heli not n hindrance. Jlinnio Thomas Boyco is ono of theso, and her lovely homo in Sluncie, Ind., contains two rooms dearer to her than all tho others her nursery and her library Although yet in her early twenties, Mrs. Boyco has written many poems, ehort stories and fetches for the leading western paper. Much of her work has been for tho Chicago Inter Ocean. She has contributed to tho Indianapolis Sentinel and tho Indianapolis News nnd is n delegate from Indiana to tho World's fair press convention. She is also a member of the National Press league Humorous sketches and stories of Hoosier lifo are specially Mrs. Boyce's forte, although her poems for children are eagerly sought for and liberally remunerated by tho various jeriodicals for which sho contril)-uteio s. CUBES NOTHING BUT PILES, A SURE known for 18 years as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. Prryaird by BIClllRnsoJ SFtlinXE 10., ST. CURE tons. The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Chronic Disease Specialist in the State. Mrs. Boyco's homo lifo is a very deSho is tho mother of a lovely boy, to whom she devotes much of her time, and is tho center of a charming circle of people whom she delights by her ready wit and gracious hospitality. She is, moreover, a. beautiful woman, and bo can summon to her aid in her work a treasure both in mind and body. It is n very pleasant thing to know of talented homo women. To read of them helps and encourages the scores of women whofeel themselves to x) capabloof more thought than is required for tho daily routine of house and homo work, yet who dread to try their wings for lack of the word of encouragement. lightful one. RRRRRRRRflF ' 1 RRRRRRRfl RRRRRRGRQr to T & AUOL'STA PllliiCOTT. A RRRRRBSHL TACT. Wlint Wo All Aiiprcrlutn, I'lMtl'hV. RHRaaKLiM wRaRv3BRrl' ,13 liit Very Iw V vRRRRRRaarVjB&Jv' RRRRRCMRRflHir RRRkTtt i ' Onco upon a time two little girls were talking together, ono of whom was a year or two older than tin other. Child No. 1 inquired, "How many valentines had you this year':" The answer was ruefully, "Xono'at all." Without a moment's hesitation and with an admiring emilo tho first said, "Oh, are you growing too old for valentines?" That was exquisite tact. To bo grown up is tho height of youthful ambition, and the "left out" girl was thus instantly transported by her verj neglect to a while tho little coveted bello bet herself deferentially asido by reason of her belleship. Dr. Holmes says, "Good breeding is And good breedsurface ing is one name for tact. Its other name is thoughtfulnoss. Those who lioast in tho frequent assertion, "I haven't a of tact, you know," npiienr to think that the lack implies a certain blunt honesty. It implies selfishness. Anthony Trollopo declared onco that wo never forgot what we really cared to remember; that wo only Rive poor memories in certnin lines, anil because those are subjects of small interest to us. It is certainly astonishing how few nmong ono's acquaintance have that blessed faculty of setting ono at one's ease; of regarding others first and themselves last. If a man or a woman be popular, it is on this account. Ono can't bo popular without it, and ono can't bo altogether disliked no matter how unworthy in other ways who has cultivated tho gift. It may be a very tiny gift at first and largely e, Chri-tianity- 9K'" ..r- - r RW flKik J. S. APPLEMAN l fe THE CELKilRATEO j M. D.. ." English Specialist. Fcrmerly I'rolessorof Practice of Medicine, par-ticl- o Electrical Medical College, TORONTO, CANADA. Now Examining Physician of the Southern Medical Institute, LOUISVILLE, KY. Will be at Myers House, Stanford Tuesday, April 25, one day only. Returning eery lour wecki during the year. Dr. Appleman is a graduate cf Bellevue Hoinit-&Medical College, New York City, and the Electrical Medical College, Toronto, Canada. He has made a special study ot the diseases he treated in the great Bellevue and Charity Hospital (or several years and recognize no superior in diagnosing and treating Chronic Diseases. He devotes ail his time to the treatmeut of chronic and nervous diseases of Loth sexes and his sUll as an expert in this class ot cases is uellettabliilied Treats sue cesslully, and 1 il It should not develop into fussiness, which is most wearing and tiresome. It bhould not go so far as inquisitiveness, although it must run along tho lines of Cures friendly interest. "I think Miss B. is a Acute and Chrcmc Catarrh, Ringing in Ears very graceless person," complained an Deafness Diseases of bye, Ear, Nose, Throat acquaintance one day. "Sho said to mo Lungs, Kidney, Urtnarv and Madder troubles, Dyspepsia, Consti- jnst now, 'Why, I always supposed you Unght's Dis2ti Dubeti-"pation, Rheumatism aud Paralysis, Epilepsy ot were a Methodist.' After nil tho years Kits positively cured. we've lived in the same town sho might Vountfor middle aged men luflerini from Itupotency, Eruptions, the results ol of finding out errors or excesses, shuiild call before It is too late pay mo tho compliment where I went to church," Ve gurautee a cure if cum- has not gone too far Superfluous hair and all eruptions of the tacr It is tho implied flattery that makes permanently removed. us tho wise.it of us purr under graceful attention and feel at least tho inclination to scratch if it is pointedly withAs Syphilis Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, "tc, Nobody really fancies being held. cured by never failing temedie. Diseascsot women, such as Leucorrhea, painful rubbed tho wrong way, even bi a good, Menstruation Displacement ot Womb, bearing kind hand. down pains in buck, teliexed in short time. Thcro is a vast deal of talk in the world The Doctor carries all his portable instruments ami comes prepared to examine the most obscure about ingratitude. Isn't the foundation medical and surgical caes. He undertakes no incurable diseases but curei of that complaint laid upon tho truth hundreds given up to die. that not careless favors nor rough good natnro can e.xcito a glow of thankfulFREE CONSULTATION ness as may tho littlo deeds of kindness, And Confidential. Address tho littlo words of lovo that tho old J. S. APPI.KMAN, M. D , rhyme tells us are what not tho great Louisville, Ky things that only occur once in awhile will make this earth an Eden, "like to BEST IX QliUIT. OST IS QCAITIIT. heaven above?" Extremes aro easy. It is tho just and exact middle course which is hard. "Thank you for nothing" is pert, but sometimes it is pertinent. Not that which conies from tho oien hand, but what is from tho opeu heart, is welcome to the receiver of any good. cultivated. Permanently , a, - Blood and Skin Diseases. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Has fed all Worm Remedies. rrvaand VfBJUEME FOR 20 YEARS l. Ruth Hall SOID EVEUYWJ1ISUI0. ions. st. BICIttKIWOa EKPIUac It is a fatal mistake to try to shield a woman from everything hard and disagreeable Difficulties strengthen the character, aud roughing it a bit is wholesome. Tho ierson who is cared for through life like a baby will remain a baby through life. Young babies are ery sweet; old babies not at all to. man nnd look to him for have dono so with a vengeance. They nre well on in years now and live all four together in a houso by themselvos, with nothing to do but take noto of their nerves nnd dysjx'psia nnd consume patent medicines. It is liko a graveyard of gloom and despair, that homo of theirs. They believed that woman's mission was to uinrry: they missed it, nnd this radiant, glorious and beautiful world became only a place for them to nurso their grievances. Ono of tlicm came near being married once, but a month beforo her bridnl day sho broko off tho engagement lecauso sho feared her husband that was to lie could not support her in tho stylo in which her generous brother had done. Sho belonged to that class ot women utterly selfish, who look on men only ns instruments to provide- them with money. So tho four lived nnd abused the world and all mankind until nt length ono of them became insane. Sho is now in a lunatic asylum, melancholy victim of a fnlso education and having nothing to do but dwell on her Anybody own wrongs ami ailments. would go crazy who lived liko that. It is better to bo depcndablo than dependent. Tho New Century club building it Philadelphia was planned and its construction superintended by women, and it is ono of tho best specimens of modern fireproof houses extant. It has iron stairways, its floors aro laid in mineral wool, and tho lathing on tho walls is of steel wire. Tho club's new drawing rooms aro a marvel of convenience, and artistic beauty. They do not call him tho dudo any more, no is tho "sissy man" now. Every day conies tho news that ono or tho other houso of some stato legislature has reported favorably a joint resold tion submitting a constitutional amendment for woman suffrage to tho people. Tho senate of tho conservative old state of Pennsylvania has reported such a resolution. Ono of the greatest of living women is Mary Ellen Lease, orator, iiolitical agi tator and member of tho Kansas bar. Eloquent and logical beyond most, she is absolutely fearless, nnd this is tho greatest quality of nil in a moral warfare. Probably in tho whole courso of her singularly eventful lifo it has never once occurred to her to conceal one of her convictions of right and justice it might be unpopular and incur the frown of Mrs. Grundy. For this I glory pi Mary Lease. Mrs. Tnylor of Littlo Washington, Pa,, has done something in oils. Sho began by making a few modest and careful investments m tho Pennsylvania oil fields. She held them till they became profitable; then sold them at an ndvanco and made other investments, or kept them and bold tho iHitroleum. Mrs. Taylor is now worth 3,000,000, won by her own business shrewdness and industry. Sho is ablo to support a husband. A stained glass window hns been erected in Jevington church, England, to tho memory of tho late Duke of Devonshire. It was painted by tho women nrt students of Wimbledon, nnd tho subject was tho ascension of our Lord. Just what connection tho death of tho old Duko of Devonshire had witli tho ascension of our Lord is perhaps clearer to the English mind than to that of nn American. Nearly 500 women nro employed ns station agents on tho French railways, but they get only half as much pay as men. This is partly owing to tho fact that comparatively few occupations aro open to Frenchwomen, largely nlso to tho fact that women cannot vote. Denying women the right to voto nnd paying women less than men for the same work will both be looked upon as relics of barbarism in h)i:t. Just watch aud see il this is not ho. t It is offensive in the extreme, this every onco in awhile apjiears in bonio newspaper about putting a tax on bachelors and using other means to luro young men into matrimony. If men do not want to marry, let them alone. Women ought to hold their own womanhood nnd delicacy so high that they will bo considered to confer a favor on men by consenting to marry them, Tho success of tho admirablo stnto fairs of Wisconsin is in no small measure duo to the energy nnd organizing power of Miss Frances L. Fuller of Madison, assista secretary of tho stato agricultural society. Sho has held her office a number of years and mukes out tho annual report of tho society, also preparing the premium lists. Tho first railway train over tho World's fair grounds will be in charge of a pretty engineer, Miss Ida Hewitt, a regular I'coino'ivo engineer of Cairo, W. Va. ele-gan- co be-cau- so First let mo repent my definition of nn old mail. An old maid" is a woman who wanted to marry, but never did, nnd is toured nnd cranky in consequence. As PIG FEEDING. I havo said, there are few old maids now, story of four of Kipcrlini'iit In but I heard nn impressive Cnrboiinrroix nnit Nltrc-riioii- it theso unfortunates lately. Their father Dirt nt Cornell Unlirnlty. ought tobosupjiorted by thought women From bulletin 17 of tho Cornell agrithe men, and they thought so too. As cultural station wo extract tho following: long ns ho lived the fntlier took caro of Four Poland-Chin- a pigsaboutUmonths them. They did not know how to do any old wero divided into two lots of two work nnd pcorned it. After they wero each Nov. 2 for exiwrimcutal feeding, to nil grown their father died. Thero wns nitrogenous nnd carbonaceous nothing left to feed nnd clotho his four romiNiro rations. daughters. They had ono brother, with a In this experiment tho animals of lot wife nnd family of his own. What do you 2 wero pigs of a fow fed a carbonacesuppose theso four ablobodied, alleged ous diet until tho birth of tho pigs, and intelligent women in good society did? tho animals of lot 1 wero pigs of a sow Of courso you will say they immediately fed a nitrogenous ration. learned useful employments, went into Somo exiKJiitnents of this natnro havo tho noble world of work nnd earned their shown that a ration of clear corumeal own living, being too just nnd high spir- nnd water did not givo the desired ited to deiKJiid on tho ono brother. But as a carbonaceous ration, Kvauso not Not they They every ono slumped tho animal would refuso to eat a sufdown nnd hung llko four millstones ficient quantity of tho clear meal to givo around tho neck of that ono brother. So tho desired gain. To avoid this difll they do to this day; so they havo dono culty a littlo animal nitrogen in the for 12 years. It is superfluous to say form of meat scrap was added to tho ratho brother does )t enjoy it. But these tion of lot il or tho carbonaceous lot. girls wero brought up to lieliovo that This animal nitrogen was otr.-by addwoman should be sweetly dercndent on ing scrap beef tallow to tho ration. support. They ic-sul- ts 1 talk-tha- El.lZA AllCHARD COXNKK. Thin prltiR. ' Utl'ce Senlb side Mum Hifft.in fl:' Tho bccl'ccpcr should increaso tho vacated by 1)1. L. K HuKinsn, Slinlcul, Ky number of his bees each season, and it may bo that many of thoso who never Co entered into tho business will undertnko tho work of increasing their income by or stankokd.:kv., this method. From nearly all farmers who have raised liees wo hear that there Is Dow lull or United and ttady lor busintti wits is a larger petventngo of profit in bee$200,000. keeping thnn in raising grains or garden Paid up Capital of '21 000. lcekeepiiig Surplus, . crops. Tho chief capital in is brains, patience and perseverance. If colonies aro started this spring, bt SUCCESSOR to T1IK LINCOLN NATIONAL sure to select a place for them behind HANK OK STAN YOKV, some gnrtlen fence or hedge, where the Now closing up) with the same assets ind undir i lie same inanagement, branches and leaves of tho briers and Ily provisions of its chatter, depositors art ai bushes will shield them from tho raw fully protected aa air depositors ill Nations! Hanks, northerly winds. Bees in tho wtxnls al- liable lo Its shareholders being held Individually the eslentol the amount of their stock ways select such a sheltered place for ih'irin at the par value therrol, In addition to lha amount Invited in such shares. It may actas their home, nnd in tho winter timo they trustee, Ac, is fully as will often live hero without nny other eiccutor, administrator, so individual. To those who entrusted their bulsincts to us protection. Many an old fanner keeps while mnalnj the Lincoln National Hank ol Ids Ixt'S successfully all through the Stanfoul, here lenderour manr thanks their busintas will winter by locating his hives in some sun- trust theyofferingcontinue to tiansact prompt attenas guarantee fcr with us, ny, sheltered place behind tho woodshed, tion to s.i mo, our atwenty years eiperience it banking andas liberal accommodations as ate orchard or tract of thick timber. with sound banking. In fact, a fow colonies of lecs can Iw kept better probably behind a beo shed IIIKSCTOKS. than in any other place, nnd nil through J. J, Wlllumt, Ml. Vernon; tho coldest weather they will live nnd J.M Hall, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; thrive. Tho raw, chilling winds from S J. Kmlry, Stanford; tho north and northwest nre tho most J. it. Lynn, Stnnlord; injurious things that can threaten the A, W. Carpenter, Millcdgrvillt; of tho insects. Look out for tho lives J. V. Cash, Stanford; March winds. It is often tho most tryWilliam C.cxxh, Stanloid. Ky ing mouth. Tho wnrm day givo lifo S. II, Shanks, President and restlessness to tho bees, but they nre J II Cwsiey, Cashm W M. Ilrlihl, Teller suddenly followed by raw, chilling winds which carry death with them. Tho hives that nro protected by some windbreak during this mouth will bo tho most suc OK STANKOKIJ, KV. cessful ones. It is Ix'st to let tho lees fly around onco in awhile during tho wnrm days if Capital Stock yiUsMsissMJ-f r J. HHvTv ,vAV they Iryouio restless, but great precauVbmsVHbbbHbbMB-IbBb- I tion must Ik) taken to protect them at Surplus night. Tho sudden changes from the Attention of the puSlle is invited lo the fac day to the niirht may kill a whole col- that this is Ih only National Hank in Stanford txrr i. ixiT it. the National Hank Act Under the provisions lKltroicenou.1 lOnrlxmiu cous.) ony. This is often tho case in tho latter depmitoia are secured ofnot only by lha capital wirt of March, although they may havo stock, but bv the stockholders liability lor aa t; consisted of Tho ration of lot Hissed through tho cold winter success-fully- . amount equal to the stock, so athat depositors ot 'J? parts: let f tallow. 2 parts, and fund of this Institution are secured by Tho winter protection cannot bo Five aworn statements ofthncondnion of the bank yieat scrap part. are made each yearta the United States governentirely removed until spring is really ment and Its assets are eiamined at staled liroM Tho ration of lot 1 consisted of 2 jiart: meat scrap, part, and horo nnd cold night "simps" are no lon- by government agents, thus securing addititona depositors. skimmilk. Tho amount of fed ger jtosfiiblo. Then arrangements for snd perfect safely looriginally established as the This now colonies should legin actively, for Deposit Institution, Stanford in 1I5I, then J varied somewhat Hank of to lot from day to ol Stanford in day as tho supply varied, so consider- tho leokecjcr'.s se.ison has opened with lied as the National asHank First National iSJj and Hank ol the again tho apiearance of tho first blossom. able water was drunk by this lot during Stantnrd In iki, has had practically an uninterrupted eatstencr of ss years Ills letter supplied Cultithe cxiierimcnt. Fresh water was con- Helen Wharbuidon in American now with lacllities for transacting business prompt stantly kept in water lioxes acce.vtiblo to vator. ly and liberally than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of corporations, each lot during the entiro exjieriment. (III liiR tlir I'Ik is Stiirt. d firms aud Individuals respectfully bo oberved that tho nitrogeIt will "What kind of imsturo do you ue?" Directory ol this Hank is composed el nous lot made a much greater growth "It is clover and timothy, heretofore The than did the carlonaceons fed lot. Tho in ono field my jmsturo has Wn aNike T. J. Foster, of Stanford; Forrstua,'Keid, Lincoln county ; general appearanco of tho hogs differed clover and timothy, which makon lietter J W. Kayden, Stanford; even more than their difference in weight. growth than the common red. In this S.ll. Ilaughman, Lincoln; The picture is reproduced from a photo- field I feed off my fall pigs. In a box at M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon; graph taken of tho hugs after dressing tho outlet of a tile drain they get water S. T. Harris, Lincoln; while they wero yet on the shambles. It that never freozea except in ery cold J. S. Ilockcr Stanford; will bo noticed that the pigs of tho ni- weather. 1 also avoid nny contagious G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; trogenous ted lot were larger, longer and disease by watering them in this way. T !'. Hill, Stanford. W. O. Welch, SUafird; showed a less tendency to lay on fat, as On tho stream that flows through my W .I'.Tale, Suulmd. seen in jowls of lot 2. There was also a farm my stock aro often exKed to disOl HlKKS considerable difference in the projMirtion ease from hogri 'lying nlovo my place. I.S. lloelrr, 1'ietiJrnl; of lean and fat meat.s of tho two lots. My pastures in tho main nro timothy, John J. McK)tts, Lsshier; A. A. McKlnnrv, Assistant Cashier. nlsiko and common red clover tho two t'nrr of Working; Tt'ums. clovers in nlxnit equal quantities." Do not work tho horses or oxen too "I aim to give them a start toward POSTED. when about the ago of 10 hard at first if they havo not been stind-ilat work through tho winter. A hanl days by giving themn littleshelledcoru, Tins rwilce fatewarns hunters, fishrrtnee and wln-aton our lands without per in a pen to themselves others net ttrt-Mday's work counts with them as it doe or. with the man who pitches tho manure or near the sow's inst. In that ien wnnt nlttion, asofall suvh will le prvieciiled to the lull est estrnt the law. Signed ' M, LACK OWIlY. holds tho plow, and if they aro over- a shallow trough containing n littlo slop I !. M.tt'l.AND. of about 1K1 degrees. worked they feel it tho next day, and at a Vs H. HAVS. (S C LYON. if they are getting old or aro very young This is made of brown middlings ntid IKKII IIAl'MANN. I fcutter tho shelled corn on they feel it more than thoso in their water. K Will K. prime. It is very easy for the farmer to both sides of tho trough, so that tho pigs .MRS M A MARTIN, IIKCK,. so plan his work that neither man nor passing ovtr tho trough are sure to get J beast need to continue for more than six into it and get a taste of tho slop. hours at one kind of lalKir at this season have no skiiumilk, ns I keep but one or SIC MYERS two cows, and tho milk and kitchen slops of tho year. Put up the team and let thorn h.ivo a go to the jwultry yard. "Experienco with l."i head of fall pigs rest, while the men rest by eierci-in- g a different set of muscles. Increa-the now on hand is to tho effect that they do feed of the tt.un a little, but not too as well with wheat as with corn aud P. rV. CREEN, Prop. much nt once. It is lietter that they slop. This lot never saw slop till they should havo a littlo less than tho ajijKj-tit- wero 10 week's old, and so far as I cart demands than to havo more than tho tell they havo done just as well as oth- Thi. stable, which Is run n connection wilk th stomach will digest. Aud tho men ought ers raised on Flop and corn." Cor. I.ural Myers House, supplied wllk bo enreful to eat no New Yorker, to know this nnd A New Lot 0! Horses, Carriages, more than is needed to supply tho wants . 1. 1st' Mot k 1'ot Buggies, Wagons, Somo of them do not, of tho system. A successful chicken raiser recombut they usually know how to mako tho mends that tho water bo given to the nil lUmmei's Supplies and la teller than ever supply the public with next day's work easier if they havo had a fowls in a rusty tin pan. Tho iron from prcpaiebad night. The team would probably do tho pan enters tho water, aud from the mas of kinds. tho samo thing if they could stop when water goes into tho oultry and thus enPersonal and proraptaltrnticn givenlo Weddings they would. riches their blood. It does not cost much I'aitiea and llurlals Do uot le afraid to givo them careful to try anyhow. I. W. ORKKN. AI, IlUHNS. Manager grooming. Hub out tho perspiration Proprietor. Somo of tho breeders of horsor in tho and wash off in cold water tho places grent scale. where tho harness or yoko boro the west aro in tho business on a iivodistinct Ouo man has upon his ranch heaviest. Do not rub on grease unless and German coach tho skin is broken, nor use nny decoc- breeds both French Belgian horses, drafts aud tions of oak bark or other tanning mate- Shires. rial. Tanned hide may wear longer than Tho initio industry is booming. A tho natural skin, but it loses tho power EVERY Missourian thinks he has at present tho of renewing itself which tho skin has. largest jack and jennet breeding farm in EYE If tho skin is very sore, wash in warm water, then in cool and afterward in tho world. At this timo ho has ns many ON cohl water and rub dry after tho last as 200 jacks on tho farm. A colt should bo halter broken as soon application. When working the team in cart or plow, seo that they aro so at- as it is old enough to stand firmly aud tached to tho load as to bo ablo to do the trot along by its mother; tho sooner the largest possible amount of work with better. is comShear tho wool away from suckling tho least knowledge of tho laws of mepletely taken with it. chanics, but tho driver of tho team ought ewes' udders. Some were capto bo ablo to noticn when they aro workYou cannot afford to lose any of tho ing too hard for tho labor they aro ac- pigs that aro furrowed this spring. Tho tured by complete complishing, and if ho cannot seo the price of joik is too high for that. Thereand handsomely iremedy at onco ho should exjieriment fore use extra caro with both tho brood llustrated NOVEL, upon it until ho finds tho best way or a bows and the litters. hut it was those better way than ho hnd before. AmeriJames A. Fiinkhoin'-- predicts in The Colored Cultivator. can Breeder's Gazette that beforo July good, fat beef cattle will bo selling for i:xiirliiirnU Jn I.anil) 0 a lmuureil. of Society Ladies, With regard to feeding lambs, tho CorAlways givo your horses a few pounds in the fashion denell (N. Y.J agricultural experiment station gives this as the summary of a set of hay beforo feeding oats. partment, that "fin-she- d The editor of Tho Southern Live Stock of exiieriinentr.: the business." First Eijsilago fed with hay to lambs Journal boliovos that crossing tho hackI very eye will gavo equally as good results as where all ney on the ordinary light harness horse welcome hay had been led, and tho ensilage had of this country would produce a much our the advantage of being tho cheaer food improved animal. four pounds of ensilago being equivaCLUBBING Fat hens do not lay. Lean, fresh meat lent to ono pound of hay. is good for egg production. ANNOUNCEMENT Second Lnmbs fed on ensilago drank Ensilago is certainly healthful for both (Thstsounds queer, doesn't It?) less water than lambs fed wholly on dry cowb and s hecp. A year's subscripfood, but tho lambs k d ensilago conIs it a slander or not tho story that tion to both sumed moro water in tho food and the there aro more dogs than sheep in tho water drank than those fed dry food. GODEYS stato of Minnesota? Third Whero nitrogenous and car21 I'AKK ROW, ' Thcro aro chemical preparations which bonaceous rations wcio compared as N. Y. CITY, food for lambs, tho individuals of tho lot easily kill in tho bud the horns of young ami of lambs receiving tho nitrogenous ra- calves, that, too, without much pain tion made a more uniform gain in live This is the best way of dehorning. THE J NTfRIOR JOURNAL weight than tho lot fed a carbonaceous Barbed wiro fencing will keep out the ration. liyote, a western live stockman says. For f 1.51. Iff "? rv'hi4WmfjK. fielrrt is SKtltrrrd Spot for New Cotoiilra Farmers Bank&Tnist ic an-- l cos-isto- et rTNATIONALBANK $200,000 20,500 corn-mea- l. 1 Jvx. o corn-mea- l. 1 Adu-:ian- et, sollc-le- y , 1 temiM-ratur- I- - I 1 HOI o LIYER Y STABLE n has-be- T o lit-- FinsT-OLAH- S all. Pun-herons- , 5 -- 3f I GODEYS r 1 4 Portraits 4 .' .&& ailHi is, r;. - tf, W Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourna. Breeze : "Wilkes. Standard. Hay ttall on 13U hand hlch, foaled iS?; tired by I'etoikev, tiro King Totkev a:i; Mary I.0.1 lvS; Nellie O'Neal aiU: Oora.Marlin t;ia; at i.veuri'Old; hy George Wilket aire ef Harry Willet aiijM; Guy Wlllea a 15': with three, by American Kclipte; vl dam dam Klu.i lane, dam of Maud founder, .Vc d dam, Kiltlo River, by Alex MetaenKer ander'a Abdallah. tire of tioldiimth Maid record 3d dam lied Jacktt, fie 1:14; llrecie Wilket will make tho teaton of 1S0J at mitei from Stanford on tho kuah my pl.v.e, llranch pike at at duin, Fannie by Iron Cadinut! j I The Lincoln Stock Farm, J. P. CROW. Proprietor, DILLARD DENMARK This finely bred saddle stallion will mako Ihe season of 1F93 at Cork's Spring's, a'-- , mile East ol Stanlord, nt SOBEAHER A mahogany bay, black mane anil tail, 16 hands high. Fine saddle stallion, fonleil May 15. 1838. hired by the well known tadille stallion Screamer, he by a noted Denmark hone First dam hy a Second (till, id dam bv Logan's Gill.Sd dam by (illl'i Vermont. Old Screamer in hit day ami time wat a flue show hurt and hat produced a fine lot of laddie horses Thli young itallion hat a few coming ana yearlings that show fine taildlfl qualities and are good one. Screamer will make the season ol iBytat the ttublc of lusowmu on the Die Kivcr and tiairard County turnpike, near udderar's Mill, McKlNNEY, -- - . - - KENTUCKY. $12.50 to Insure a Living Oolt. Money due when colt Is foiled marts parted with or bred to another hone Pasturage furnished mares at $.oo per month; will not be responsible for accident thould any occur. Dillard Denmark w as irtd by Double Denmark he by Moutroc, he by Diamond, he by Oainet' Denmark he bvthegrest rHce hone Denmark lit dam by Wa.hinc.ton Denmark, ad dam by John Dillard, 3d dam li Grey Eagle (thorough-breDouble Denmark' dam Nellie, was by Washington Denmark, ad dai by Shropshire's Tom Hal. Dillard Denmark is a beautiful dark sorrel three whi e feet, heavy mane and tail, 16 hands high, he has proven himielf a breeder of larjre, hand tome tnottrs This it a fincherteif he had no pedigree. Hut we do not hesitate to tny he is one of, it noi the tett bred saddle horsa in he country. Runs through premium saddlers and thoroughbreds on both hides. All kinds of plants for tale in teaton. J. K. CCOK. Rowland Ky. d) it t dam Cadntia by llrown't HeN i, 53 lgSK3 Belmont Chief 8689 the At $8 to Insure a Living Oolt. 1 $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. If marr l parted with money colt talil II money It paid. ( will at the lame limn year-ol- d Jack, and place ttand 1117 J due. Lein on CHARI.KS DUNN. DZB.SCTED 13945. Will make the teaton of iSat at "Maplet" old home of Arthur Sims and Wyandotte, STJlEJLO, .And., vM due If maret are traded off or removed iruin 1") neigh. Wot hood without taiitfvlnK tne that they are not ill lull, season becomes due. Lieu retained on colts till money it paid. Addres 1 At a niarr Yi for a hone.tointurc a it formoney andon all reasons when colta come T. colt liv-la- I.. ll.VUGH.MAN. J. S. ItAUullMAN. At $20 to Insure. Loin ri'tauiedoti colt for Mortice fee. Directed wa IMS.L'.....usired IIby Director i.y8.y, record a'17; itt r, r.rn.H .1 11'. .. I... f..r,..t. vt'llL.,- - THE SrLVER KING. allion( Standard, No Tit Hay lSiS. 16 rimiWTm, 12UJI5, Tf7iTrt-ATi- v. )MliUUW MmwsSc , O. M. 8POONAMORB, handa, foaled Ituwland, Ky Central Park, Danville GAMBONITO 8419. I.lliptC. incMrt tiiafh; he it Directed it 15 handt, magnificently built and ttileniiidly proportioned; Sonot On II mc , firtt dam br Limber Jim: Stnmlnrtl Utile G. dam by Old Drennon. "l'liit liatidtome tad deep throuirh the liciit, short back, long body, Itcconl IMMJ, mntlo in third heat in race nt Kvansvillc, Iml. Has trotlctl miles in lie t Ulllon wlll'nakc the araton of i8n at the S. short from klire to ground, short from hock down, n,1 hlf.. tnn AnA ,.fl fmw . IMV )J..I, lll,H,l, a. .fill IHI .. ,w .... O. Haughman place, five muet fium Danville on n.. I.... 1,1. willgo inL':15 tliissfiison. Will ruinnin in stud till Jutiu 1st ami then co Imck black, tplclidid eye, and intelligent countenance. tho new I.ancattcr turnpike, at born trotUr A son of in training. He it beyond any doubt a the ifieat Director a.17, the only horte that ever Sireil by Wnlslnglinm 21C0, (sire of Lntittnlo 2:19J anil 7 or 8 others in the list ) to Colt. litcu with a record at kouiI ns .t; that has tired Hut the power than a i lecords better .. two with ... Mace record j 5th heal. Foiled 18I7. Illack tlnm linxcl bv Me.ssonirer DuroclOfl. son of IIntiiiltnnin nml Blr. nf v- . . .. . . t We will alto ttand the ... 111c unit, lii (fCKIl ciucmc iccu 11 .1.. 1....U ...I., " ri i.Kiii Horte, 16 handi aine 2:l0, the dam of Norlaine, yearling record 2:31 J. rector, havtnK tired Dinct p) a oj, who hat Sired by GAMHKTTA WII.KKS. winnings $o,-- l won Ja5,i$7 jo; Margaret S., tlnm I5es.i... Sister to Jamei Howell, Jr., by Hamiltonian 10, sire of Dex BLACK s; lltangeline 4 yrt Jill,, who has won ISIrt of 31 in a 30 at 10 yeart ) ter -- .i j. JH.jjonnd Directum (j yn) I'liVi, winnings $n.-015.1 hand h ih, by Proctor Knott at dam M aud, by Garrard Chief (ire ol Haul Duke ji), making a total of 69,4'i as for the quar-tetl- u. dam Jessie Sayre by Harry Clay 45, mro of the dams of St. .Inlien 2:1H, Ikidine of the ilamt of Don 1'iiarrti (j) and SO to Intmro a Living Colt. Director ami hit gtt have won altogether Lottie l.owrie Don l.orrnzo 'ji t 2:11J, nnd 12 more that havo produced 2:30 trotlers; also 5"4.7J75 (a) s:i6)fl Galena a t8J) by Mambnno Chlet Marei kept at reatnnablc ratef at ower'a rials. fire of the dam of Electioneer, sire of 50 in the 2:.'l0 I. A. M.Kir, of Hilly llolce a 14, by Cor- idm NelU.byaon Lancatter, Ky. 1 duin IIAUGIIMANIUtOS, beau, aire of 6 producing damt. bv Liberty, win of Lnnce. bv Amerienn Knlinsi Dantille, Ky. j dam by Helm's YorkshiM thoroughbred. WaUingham 2100, sire of Naboth, is one of tho vonngest hons of George Wilkes In offering Gambonito's re rvlret we believe that reconl 2:22, who sired Harry Wilkes 2:13J, Guy WilKes 2:15J, Mike Wilkes 2:15J, we have in him Hie IlKSI INDIVIDUAL, the Wilcox 2:10, and 02 others in 2:30 list; also 41 producing sons nnd 19 producing HKSr C.AIIKD, IIKST TKMI'EKKli ami a. GOOD A RACK HORSE at llvet. llwhstpiov- daughters. n hlm.elt an ecllenl breeder. Theftrtt coll of Notk. Naboth is n bay horse. 10 hands high, foaled June 28. 1838. His nedicree kit get wat handled last teasan at a year old, anil HECORD rv)M contains the blood of Hambletonian. Georiro Wilkes. Mambrino Cliiuf. lilnt. Jr.. nml trotud quarters early In tune In 41 seconds, and . Whtrh wat made with but little handling-at then turned out unilf fall ami handled about Harry Clay. 840 to insure a living colt. a month and could trot quartera late in the fall in Sentinel 1147? wat tired by Almont Sentinel, by Denmark Chief will make the pretent aeaton at 39 trcoidl. by Hamblelonian to, Sentlrcl, hi V tost the price for hla tervices o anybody can breed to him js tolnure,or $JJ the irawn, lit dan by Sbakcipeare ;d dam by Long's ah at time of service. of 3d dam a thoroughbted. Saddle Stallion. JJay horse. 15 bads Inch. 3 white feet, heavv mann nml tail. Ann We will handle several hit Ret thla iMinn. a nice bay, is handi tV, inchet high, four He It beautiful dark bay, 16 handt style and action. Sired by Woodford Sentinel im;v ' We invite you local! and tee Gamboaito and hit yeart old, Denmitrk. lie taddles well, but hat not been accident, but not re. trained. He It try llutchinion Chlet, No iiim, high, heavy nane and tall and pronounced by produce. Care to prevent 1 dam by King William. 2 dam bv Goddard'x Smnntpr Dnnmnrk. .1 ilmn n thnr. Chief, llutchinion Chieft nnt competent Judget to be the handsomest horse in Poo. 1M thould any incur. Maret kept at rea Dy Mcatenzer otighbred, 616 to insure a living colt. ruble met. dam by Sentinel; id dam by Aleiander'a Kentucky. by Ked Jacket. Meitenfer Chief We will handle trctWrt and saddlers at reaon. In selecting a stallion I endeatored to get one ahlcratet. Kor lurthcr particular call on or ad by Abdillah Hilot; itt dam by Mambnno Met eager, ad dim by .Mauibrioa Chief, )d dam by with a gentle disposition, combined with sire, WM II K UK A RON. ur- -a Danville, Ky. Imp, Napoleon. 5t. form, fine square trotting action, speed and IndiDenmark ChieY't itt dam wat tired by Sutnpter vidual merit at wellas pedigree. Aaatlre I am Seal brown stallion, 15J hands high, foaled 1883; bred by George W. Carico, Terra Denmark, he by Ooddard't Denmark, he by Haute. Ind. Oalnet & 'romeH' Denmark, he by th race satisfied that his succeas It assured, aa he has some SIHKD HY KED WILKES 1749. thst I am sure will he hy Imp. Iledifefonf. Hit ad very promising bone Denmark, by Holt. dam oat by On Time, d dam by Red Lion. go in the 30 Hit this year. Two of them were 1 dam Xcllio D I will alao Hand at tame place ray fine mule jack sold at the Lealngton talei thit year and brought 2 dam Lucy . by Coppcrboltom. good prices. lied Wilkes 1749 (sire of Ked Belle 2:11. Prince Wilkes 2:1 1J, Allie Wilkes 2:1.'), SuitJnnl. Ured by Clmrlci Putin. Sentinel 11479 '" make the teaton ol i?9J at my l'liil Thompson 2:10, and 83 others in 2:30, eleven in 2:20; 28 in 1891) by George ttabteat McKlnncy, Wilkes 519; 1 dam Queen Dido by Mambrino Chief 11, etc. .IIHKD HY ON WAItD CHIKF 44M. Ily llubble'a Prince, the aire of llrijnoli and Jo tllackburn, Bolt, by Alexanders's Abdallah 15 (sire of Almont, Belmont, etc) 1 dam by Grey nJreof Hy Onwunl 1111, reconl 2WJ, Living- Oolt. Eagle. $15 to in 'Jlttlixt, hImi 17 troiluciiiK sotit nnil 10 Grady Wilkes is by one of the greatest living sires, is kind and gentle and has freproducing ilntiRhttT!. Maret parted with forfeit! the Inturance. Money due whrn colt stands up and tucks, quently shown a 2:150 gait. Will make the season at lv Iliitchiu-on'- i to insure a living colt. lit ilmn Ut.ly L. D. OAKNKR, mare parted with or bred to another hone. 1M tlnm KHui June, Crab Orchard, Ky. Cheif at faper month. Not responsiGratt furnuhed (iliiiiinf Mntitl MionKor'.' 101. Murll'ja?) ble for accidents thould any occur by Onllo Hrwse IM'O, nlrv of l'enrl 'J HO, CKOUCEE.ALFORD, Saddle Stallion. By Silver King and out of a Gray Etigle mare. He is a hand-m- e Ac.:3tl tlani Kilty stiver, tlnm f Hcrtiv McKlnncy, Ky. dark gray mid a line show horse. Will tanti at $10 to insure a living colt. 0 (Hrl '237, liv AlNlnllali 15, ulrc of Almoin, .. ....-.. I .. I l .. I .1ncket, nire a iiimi I... Ifclmont. Ac.; 1th tlnm by Ma unit "'"i It.. mi at jiu to insure. aec-on- SIRED MIVSII.VKH KING WABdWCM 1003169 EUREKA CHIEF Illack stallion; 16 hands hi(h; without foaled iSS3. KY white! SIKED EUREKA. ... . $10 Insure a Living Son of Coleman's Eureka. utd.imMatf by Wood Chief Jr., son of Blood Chief 7y. , ail darn by uoodwoud, ion ol Lexington, the founder ol the great family of race horte JACK. SMITH, i:ti, Eureka, by that great show stallion, Coleman's Eureka; oam by Jones Crockett by Scott's Crockett, son of Davy Crockett. Hlood Cheit Jr.. by lilood Chclf 791; 1st dam 57 1 li ), lit. Denmark Chief. SENTINEL 21479 rli, $8to IitHurc a Livlnj; Colt Abdal-Ijh.jdda- Ham-iltonta- n; Llzrie Oaugh, by Washington Denmark; ad dam Old Jennie, by Robert llruce (thoroughbred'. Coleman's Eureka, Ihe grandtire nf Eureka Cheif, was by Young's Morgan dam by Iloston &c. Eureka Cheif is a worthy representative ot a horte that founced as great a family of saddle horses as any stallion that ever made a reason in Kentucky, viz: Coleman's Eureka. Coleman's Eureka was never beaten in saddle and combined rings, and he Imparted to his get sue, color, styl nnd finish. Eureka, though a young horse, bas won about 50 blue ribbons at Kentucky Fairs. Eureka Cheif has nevrr been shown, was not broken to saddle until last year; but judging from hit site, style, color and action, we predict for him the same success that has attended his sire and grandsire in show rings. Ills dam Mag, by Dlood Cheif Jr., was a winner In all classes and by a home that never tired a mean one. This horse isbied right to sire horses that will command the attention of all Intelligent horsemen. He is g(W Individually and can show for himself in any com pany. Will make the season of 1893 at Adam Pence place, one mile from Stanford, Ky., en Hustonville and Stanford pike, at $15 to Insure a Living Colt. SANDIDGE& HUSTON", , Stiniord, Ky. Kihc Huston. Silas M.Sandidge. ONWARD MESSENGER. -- JEB :: STUART. hor, PRINCE, JR., to Insure. i) At S8 At Insure a - Jeb Stuart, sire of Kittv Tatchcn a Jiff , Dark ness 2t a 30, is a black and Out-Crot- s 15K hands high, sired by Mambrino l'atchen, (j8) First dam Puts Prall, dam of Lottie Prall a 2$(, Lady Stouts 29, Ulack Diamond 2 29 and five producing sons and three producing daughters By Mark Time, ad drm Cora, by Daniel Webster, In color, sire, style, finish and especially in his legt and feet he is the counterpart of the old horto and like his sire, ho imparts his superb finisn to bis colts. Job Stuart is a full brother to Mambiino Time, that, age considered, is the greatest brood mare sire yet before the public, his dsuj hters having already produced 15 from 2 16J4 to 2 ao sad the oldest but eight years old, Stuart will make the teaton of iSat at Jeb Mill, 4 miles north of Stanford, on Dix River, Dud-derar's "WTLLIiiM $15 31.. of the tlnm of Kentucky Wilki '."JlJ, nnil gratHltim of .Mmlinon Wilkes Sj Wllke llwlWilktM, S. So 2I7J, DENMARK, Ac. Iienvy tiianu nml tail, with Iltv liore. hlw, Vlvlo nml Hi'iUIi. ami repni-tintln- j: The Combined Stallion nt to Insure Mime nt' the litift trottliiK fniullif in tliu a UyliiRCoh. whole country. Should make .1 ureal unci; htirho. Will tnitko n iIiort reiison at our Initio 2J nilU west of Stanford, nt 2-'- ltil SEASON OF 1893. Uio LEXINGTON EKRICSSON JR. 2i!22fSLEfcBMtBBBSBILLaw9Ki ijtablc two miles south of Hustonville on Moreland nnd Carpenter's Station pike. ruur r mu jhcks .!..... "" t. J. K. BAUGHMAN, B Hustonville, Ky. At $30 to Insure a Living Oolt.. o an Sl5 (&li!(Do Sirod by BXOTATOB STANDARD. Black Stallion; Foaled in lfcSI; 15 hnntlj high. 1 -. Money due when colt comes or m.tre sold or bred other horse. For further lulormntion addrrs S. K. DUDDKKAR & BRO., 1 Gilberts Creek, Ky The Magnificently Iired Saddlo Stallion. $12.50 to Insure a Marc in Foal. At muihi jilace n EM?EEOB 27. fr Jnck, Same Tonus. LARGE MVLI3 JACK, 7 Tho Slamlnnl anil I5cj;isteri.'tl.Ionnot .Inck at SIB for 3Iule nml Jennet Colls nut! S25 At J10 in injure J. A. .IH.T. HAKIMS'. Stanfoid, Ky. For I'nll lcriiiIoii nml Ivxtentlotl mil on or niltlrusM, 7 1'ctl-irt- 'f I. S. TEVIS, (Xoiir) Weds:ewood 436. Thit fine aaddlr alallmn wilt make the icaion ol tS.jj at my atable one mile el of McCorrnack Church ou the Knob l.ick, McCermacka Church and I'urncravillc litiuluke road, Lincoln Co., Ky, at S3 .Sholhv Citv. Kv. GUT EDGE 261, Registered the Scassn, or Mares bred and traded or bred cltewhcre renders tBBBaTJHafllBakW season due. I.cjn retained on colt until season Is money it paid, until teaain Colta atandinr patd marea parted with or removed flora Co., foitcltt l'.isture Ji.jo per month, all mares at owners I)icription and Pedigree. Inturance money hands huh, heavy mane risk He u a dark bay " and tail, very tmoolhe, een turned horse and hat K. S. l'OWELL. all the fancy saddle saltt which he trautmita with Hustonville, Ky 9 treat uniformity, lie wainred by Second Jewel 3, he by lewcl Denmark (Ciiuningham) 70, he by old Washington Denmark 64 aired by old Stonewall itt dam Lillie Denmarkold Washington Denho by Jackwin : : 64, dam Cruttadrr Ac. Jd dam wat mark tired by Rllfc'a tilencoe, he by Imp Cilcncoe 3d dam wat aired by the dam a thoroughbred. great old Tom Hal and out of a Copuerboltom. Dam by Old Stonewall Jackson. KealuinK the great demand for a firtt lau This fancy saddle stallion will make the aeaton I havH taken great pains to crott thit our aUhln V mile from Milledgvvllle, hone and I reaHctfully Invite Iheininection and nfi&nat Lincoln and Mil patronageof every one wiihlpi; to bred 10 " horte ledgctillecount, Ky , mi tothe Stanford of money, pike Owing the scarcity h.lmiLMiiL' to the moat ronular and fashionable we will stand him bred lamillet of hit clatt, at he crottet luck to tho acknowledged foundation taddle tiraint. l $15 to Colt, ternift, but not Maret kept any way 011 rctpont ible for any accident! thould any occur. $13 to In:ure Colt Four Months Old. & Living 1 ;.r SKCOND COISINTO MAUDS.. 113. Hye-.-v- e Q and Nutwood nnd half brother to ...1 Sire ol .lay Kyo N:e 2:10, I'lnillai 2:i:iJ. 1'niiiui il.ir .inn uo lunula in ..I.- - tnt -- .ji me ;.u champion list, anil grand biro of Hired 'J:0, bailey Hanks 2:01. Lockhart 2:14?, thetlam ot Moquette a. to; j and ail others llalliau record, and the sire of the dam of Ilellvara, in the 2:!I0 list. Dictator by Hambletonian (sire of Electioneer, George Wilke-- , Dexa oK,alsoot Ihe damoof three others with record ter, etc.) dam CIar.it(tlamof Dexter 2:1 Alma 2:28 J anil Astoria 2:201) by Ameri- of j 19, a 19 ..ill a igt all made in 189a can Mar 1 1 loiro oi tne minis ot uuy ':i" Hoiiert .Mcureiror ":17. etc.i Kructsou Jr. i a solid black, 16 hands high and weighs laoo lbs , nud Is a stallion that recommends 1 dam Ai.ick by Almont .I3, record 2:."DJ. by Abdullah 15 (sire of Goldsmith Maid himself. Ily Krncttcn ito, the champion stallion 2:14, nml Belmont, sire of Nutwood 2:lSt) dam by .Mitmbrino eflutiUy. 1st damby Ilodoc, by old Pilot, the Chief II, out of n daughter of Pilot. Jr (siro of the dam of Maud S. 2:0$3. Almont sired 50 in the 2:110 list. street 1'ilot Jr., sire of thedamt ot Maud a., Jay. K)i-Sand Nutwood. His colts are unuudly 2 dam by Norman 25 (sire of Lulu 2;1 1, May Queen 2:20, of the dam of kind, good mc, fine style, hating produced some Norval 2:17, Fanny Hobinson 2:20, Norman Medium 2:20, etc.l of the best the country can afford. by Morse Horse (i; 1st dam Sloeum mare, by Mngniim Bonuni. They aru Kxd roaditers and the best of family ! dam Yotins Twyman mare, by Coeur do Leon (Hevis). honi, aud if handled would make good rncert. my stable a' miles from I dam Will rcake the teaton ut Old Twyman mare, (uutraccd). Huttonville on the Huitonille and Liberty road, Jay Dictator -- ear-ol- d 7, Will make the preent se on at the stable of his owner, two miles wet of Stanford, oa the Shelby Cit Dike, at the low price of EAGLE BIRD $15 to Insure a Living Oolt, $15. Eagle lilrd Is a dark brown, full 16 hards. He has a tine mane and tall, with ns much style and action at any horse In Kentucky At a unilorm breeder of high rtyled, high finished, fine colored colts he i not surpasicd by any home within our knowledge. He was sired by the giet King Eagle, (wittier of more than 40 jueiiiiniiH.) Kirst dam by Star Ea gle, best son of Cabbeli's Lexington.) id dam by Hamlet Denmark, (son of Washington Denmark ) 3d dam by Harris' Denmark, (son of Miller's Denmark. King Eagle was never beaten in the model ring by horse, mare or gelding. Sired by Hl.tck Eagle, sire of lilnck Squirrel itt dam the dam ol Mark Diamond and Monte Chris to) by Ulack William. Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Parting with mate Fosltively forfeits Insurance Grass furnished at ee, At $10 to Insure a Mare in Foal. George Dictator will make the season of ISltt nt S20 to insure a living colt. Cl n, - IMaUUelaL.V My fine saddle stallion, by On Time and out of a Stonewall Jackson mare,' will also make the season at the same time ami place at $JO to insure a living colt. Will also stand a good Mule Jack At 3 to insure. j, By Second Jewel 48. ON TIME, JR., hand high; foaled 18S(J; bred by George F. Ktiene, Shelby- ville, Ky. Slrodjby Old Lo Grand, (son of Washington Denmark.) 1 (Inmjl)lnck Silk by Yellow 'Jacket, a great s.tddle horse. 1G Black stallion, nearly B. P. WOODS, 5 Stanford, Ky WALLACE DENMARK 55. 15 JX hands high. GoJ-dard- 2 dam I. by Drennon. by Highlander. beaten dam liln-ru- At Insure a Living Le Grand has been a very successful show horse, having never been show ring. Is perfectly kind ami gentle anil is a No. 1 breeder. Will stand nt JBlSJio insure a living colt. I also have) Money due when the coll rcmes or mare parted with. Maret grazed or fed at reasonable price. Nnt responsible for accidents should any occur. Cllt Kdge is a beautiful red sorrel, flaxy mane and tall, 15 hands 1 inches high; was fouled Sept, 6, 18S6, and it a perfect tnddlo horte. Cilt Kdge was showed as a 3 and look tho twecnttake premium at Kirktville and Dan vllloand In hit own ring at llarrodtburg. Those who want to breed to a good saddle stallion arc cordially invited to look at our horse and ice him Thit handtome taddle ttallion will make the move He was tired by Second Jewel, he by Cunningseason of iSjj at the liable ol lleailey llrot., one mile welt ol btaulord on the lluitunvil.e turn- ham's Jewel, he by old Washington Denmark Hit first dam Minnie by McDonald's llalcorn pike, Second dam by Wells' Crutader, his nt dam br Stonewall J acknon, he by Washington Denmark, Living Oolt. he by Illack Denmark, hla 1st dam by $15 Crutader by Old Whip, ad dam a Rocky Mountain mare. Money due when colt is foaled or maru parted he with, moved out of the county or bred to another MADISON SANDIDGE& SON, horse, l'atturago lurnithed maret from a dittancn at it per month. Due care will be taken lo preMilledgevllle Ky. i aud vscapct.but in no event will vent accidents we be responsible lor either, I'edigree: SllverTip wat tired by Silver King, he by On Time, he bv Stonewall lacktou. of WagIRaA-HSTQ-IEIFirtt dam by Skedaddle, by Oliver, ton oner; second daiu by Red Lion Mounce, tired by Sliver King a dam was Mollle Cabbeli's Lealngton, son of lilood'a Illack Hawk, ad dam by Young America, son of Taylor's Mca I will stand my jack, Ranger, the procnt teaton aeogcr. Skedaddle'e itt dam by Medoc, ad dam Trumteter, id dam Aratua. wa foiled Mays, i883, at my place i'. miles west of Hustonville, on the Tip Deacrlptioiu-Silv- er "Jino llradfordsville pike, ia.a beautiful red bay, 15K I"""' !"&, Wo- claim and tall, which ho carries to perfection. young stallion that he ha more natural Oolt. for this stylo and action than any stallion in the country In a word, lie i a model in form and its a saddle Lien retained on colt till season it paid. horse. It can be readily seen that this is one of Ranger Is 1514 bands high, black with while the fanciest bred saddle stallions in the Stale.witli the verv best saddle blood coursing through his points, llred nnd railed by W. 11. Carpenter, of both sides by thoroughbreds. veins, backed up on In addition to thit atalllon'a saddle qualities, he NewmiddletoD, Tcnu., and Is registered in the hat a bold, open trot, which eminently recom. mends him a. a aire of high dais combined1 hors- Breeders' Association ol Nashville, Tcnu. He I es. We can readily recommend hint as and hue a Hue performer aud auru foal getter. his breeder, at this will be hit third season colts will compare favorably with the tiet of any W.- - POWELL, tUt ntiiilrv. Un.. In J Hustonville, Ky. W. H. HAYS. S BBASLEY BROS. Shelby City Ky J. M.CARTKR.JR , Three Good Jaoks, Will make the teaton of Rowland 1893 SILVER TIP 169. At to Insure a at 11, y stable at Which I will htand at tho same place and time at to insitio a living colt. Will pasture mares at $2, but not responsible f jr accidents. ;l $10 Ily SUMPTER DENMARK, JR.; lie by 's Denmark, he by Galncsft Cromwell's Denmark, ho by ihe race horse Denmark, he by Imp. in a Hedgeford. 1 dam Kannie Wallace, No 36, by Sir Wallace, he by I'odliuntcr's Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert (thoroughbred.) a lam . .by Vlrginlus (dam of Vlrgioius by Tran- by, (thoroughbred) he by Mason's Whip. a Whip Mare. 3 dam $15 tho Insurance. At $10 to insuro a Living Colt, M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. 4 LEZEL 262. He is n dark bay. 16 hinds high, foaled In iSSo. He is a line saddle horse, wltu fine style and action ana good mane una tan. He was sired bv Hubble' On Time, he by old Stonewall Jackton, he by Washington Denmark, he by Gaines" Denmark, he by Imp. Hcdgeford. itt dam by King William, the noted saudle stal ion; ad dam by Whip: id dam by oid Telegraph, great producer of saddle horses. On Time, Jr., bred from all good families of tad die horses in Kentucky, will undoubtedly produce eood saddle horses. Will also stand a young jack at tame place and tume price. A lieu will be held on all colts till season it paid For further information, call on or address W. 11. R. DUDDEHAK, Rowland Ky. At $8 to Insure a Living J. fllGZKQ years old; 16 hands high. Hy WALLACE DENMARK 33; (see pedigree of Wallace Denmark 3$ ) , Mag 37, by Vldette, by Vlndex, he by 1 dam Klood'a Illack Hawk, he by Old Illack Combined bay ttal ion, 16 ham's high; both hind anllM white. Hawk. Vldette's 1st dam by Whip, ad dam Gallatin, 3d dam Old Tiger. Viu. II V VlIDVtiL.A.11 dex' 1st dam by Mambrino Chief 11. by Davy Crocket, son of Denny's Drenpon bv Imo dam the Win. Lutk saddle mare ad dam by Old llay Messenger, 3d dam the bett saddle mare eyer in Garrard Co. by Cannon's Whip, Drennon. ' y Highlander. a dittn Julia Wallace, by Sir Wallace, he by i dam Tod hunter's Sir Wallace, he by Sir Abdallah Messenger (sire ol Enjjllth Hunter) is bv .Meenger Chief (sire of Maud Metsencor a Albert, (thoroughbred.) i6f Jake a aj. and j otters better than a 30). nt daui Sutie (by Sentinel a aji, in i8;a, sire ol Von Amin by Virgtnius, he by Masou's Whip. a 19H and 7 others better than 3 y and lull brother to Volunteer) ad dam KIttv Itivers fir d ol 3 dam Maud Mesaenger a i6'fl by Alexander's Abdallah (iitc of Goldsmith Maid a 11 and the moat Dreiioli-n- t a Whip mare. 4 dam ' sonof Rysdyk's Hambletonian ) $15 Insurance. by Hd Jacket, (sire of the dam of Kentucky Wilkes 3 dm a at and ol theE. d.of Ked Wilkes) by Comet TOM a roil of Sherman Morgan, sire of Vermont's Hluck Hawk, founder of the .Morgan family, Son of Wallace Denmark; ut dam by Miller's tho greatest family or roadsters in ihe world. Denrrark, he by the race horte Denmark; hit dam I will stand EngUih Hunter the seaton of i8j.i at my stable 3 miles from "Sbelbv Cltv. on the Knob Florli!, 2d daui by Montgomery's Oliver, jd dam by Old Drennon. Tom is a nne shaped hurwr, h"M" black with heavy mane and tail, 13. hands high; is a natuiat saddler and will warrant him a saddle breeder. $8 tho Insurance. Stock committed to my care and breeding will receive my personal attention. Grass furnished Three years old , 16 hands high, with white points, heavy bone good style and extra length.! ISired bv at reasonable rates, tit be paid before remuval of tne cnampion jacK, torn rtccnc.or r.uoe niiiiugion, na ny tlark's Mammoth, ho Wight's Mam stock. No responsibility for accidents or escape. moth, he bv A lariugo Mammoth. Tom Keene's dam bv Col. I'mnn !, -', .... - . .jr.. r nnn. ""Hjumcry, oy Parting with Hock forfeits Insurance. wv w.u j.w .. r.w UII1 IvcciiH.irninii .""".-ru 1(LT JUDUlUIICIV,.k..ru.i in. -- i.e. inuauii. in.vt.i .... f... v uiiinnimi.. . I have a nice track and stable in connection with T .. : r. "J hv lllrk llawlf. ' hv Imn.tt'flrrinr Rnv . IaUm. .1. a.miy ,i' j 1trtnnni- an Imported jennet. n V luny's War Heazley, a fancy Mr. Ihe above finely bred J""" nor, her dam lines trace twice to my busineut.is with Royand we are prepared saddle whose hlood me to ha hoist man, greatest 01 tno warrior family, with an die horses, both lor saddle and harness, satisfacto! V?" Infutton of freth Imported blood close tip, should prove a greU breeder. There will alto be some of hit last year's get In tho neighborhood to show for themtelves. Will stand at $10 to insure a llvirn? colt rily 10 our patrons to approved inarcs and Jij forjeniiett, without distinction at to sex of progenr. J. STEELE CARPENTER, B. P. POWELL. ontlllo, Ky. 3 MJCSSKCKIt. the B0BINS01T. p'arKST Md" "' .!; ' ' t & i- wA..' .;'"""" xr.. ' i'uiiitiH.k,wi 11 ..- -' in -- 1 r- - $i Turt fact that u nun can htand up in a by tire. Loss, lf,000; prrtly insured. It Semi-WeekInterior Journal prize ring and knock another out in so h thought to have been the work of incendiaries. Tho night previous lire vis many round, dors not make a theatrical actor of him, but managers recogniz- ited tho eatno plant, but was extinguish-e- d Stanford, Ky., - April 7, 1H93 ing that they are drawing cards, have without doing much damage. This very willingly given them a chuuee. makes b!x fires for Richmond within Consequently we have hid Sullivan, three weeks. W. Near Morcanileld, while Taylor Corbett and such gentry ail nauseam. Miss The business ought to stop with the Oliver, his wife aud daughter, prize lighters, but it doesn't. Their Abbie, and Henry Delany wore return, wives, their sisters, thoir cousins and inir homo after Delany had been com their aunts, who think the prowess of polled to marry Miss Oliver, whom he IF'IRIID.A.'Sr. their relatives has brought them into no had betrayed, they were fired upon by tice, are now seeking histronic honors. mun supposed to be Delanoy's friends. Every one who haa attended a demo Mrs. Coroett is tho latest debutante, and Mi'rr Oliver was mortallv wounded and cratic convention in Louisville in the but for the fact that she is tho wife of her father fatally hurt. Mrs. Oliver last ten years will remember the venerathe champion, would be pronounced escaped unharmed and Delaney joined David A. ble form of such an utter failure that she would the men who fired tho shots. He has who was always on hand to bid hardly ever appear again. been arrested, together with Georgo l boys God epoed in the pood old cause the Henry, Frank Holt and George Delaney. in which he had fought for so many It really begins to look like Frankfort Tho prisoners nro likely to be lynched. years. Well, the old gentleman will bo is to lose the State Capital. A largo maWilliam Edmund Curtis, of Xew seen no more. He was gathered to his jority of the legislators intotviewed have secretary of the fathers Tuesday morning last, after mi expressed themselves in favor of remov- Yok, to be assistant Charles Hamlin, of Massachuhonorable career of 93 years. He was al, with a nip nnd tuck sentiment be treasury; secretary of the born in Louisa county, Virginia, in 1800 tween Louisville and Lexington. Our setts, to bo assistant treasury; James H. Eckels, of Illinois, to and moved to Kentucky when a boy. member, Hon. D. B. Klmistou, favors Goods currency; James F. Ho entered political life young and for Lexington. If money talks, though, as it bo controller of tho of Columbia, to Midine. of the District 13 terms was a member of tho Legislausually does, it will bo hard to resist be assistant treasurer of the United honored with the speak- Louisville's million-dolla- r ture, once being offer. States; T. Stobe Farrow, of South Caroership. He was a member of the contreasury; Tiierk is no sentimental humbuggery lina, to be 2d auditor of the stitutional convention of MO'oO and was John 11. Brawloy, of Pennsylvania, to be Territorial governor af New Mexico from about our Grover. He fired Bob Linwool for the JSWtolSGT. His chief claim to fame, coln last week and now Fred Grant has auditor of the treasury W. Willie, of Goods department and James however, wad that he succeeded Henry been made to walk tho plank. He beof the Clay in the U. S. Senate, on the death of lieves in the good old democratic idea Florida, to be deputy oth auditor treasury, are some of tho latest appointthe great Commoner, by appointment of that there should be no the governor of Kentucky. He retired aristocracy in this country and that a ments. EAV TV FTFI I from politic in 1SS5 and has since lived man is not entitled to ofiico simply be i Wj ' U DANVILLE. quietly and pleasantly on his farm in cause hia daddy held one creditably. Heury Fry, "Laughing Henry," a Jefferson county, near Louisville. Op tho noted "300" who held out for a well known colored man of Danville, is Shop Come Organized labor got both its eyes third term for Grant, 03 are dead. A re- dead at Louisville. blacked by decisions of the lT. S. courts union and a banquet at Washington has Judge W. E. Varnon and wife, of this week. An engineer was fined at bea arranged for tho 2oth and over 100 Stanford, were in town Wednesday. Mrs. Cleveland for contempt in refusing to have accepted invitations to it. Col. W. J. K. McGoodwin has returned from pull freight from a boycotted road, the O. Bradley is the only ono of tliH band Henderson. decision declaring in effect that an en- in this section and ho will doubtless bo Mr. J. It Russell and Miss Gertrude gineer may quit at any time in good present nnd thrill tho others with his Pipes obtained marriage license Tuesfaith, but when out on a run must com- oratory. day evening. Both belong to this coun to the Capital removal committee plete his run. The judge holds that the When a man writes as nicely of us ns tv, near town. courtesies and extend to thorn our best Inter-Stat- e Commerce law binds the Rev. Cooley, of Louisville, has receivthis we can afford to let him say wo are every effort to have the State Cap do certain things and it railroads to Episcopalian church make 01 or any other age he chooses to name. ed n call from the itol located in Danville. ought to be equally binding on their em' consideration. superannuated Blakely, of tho New-pa- here, which he has under C. P. Hicks, formerly of Sugar Creek, ployees. The other decision, if sustain- Tho will conduct services Daily Journal, prints this in a re- He is in town and is theguardian of two gray kittens, whom ed, will tako from labor its most powerSunday. cent issue: ho adopted after their mother deserted ful weapon, the boycott. Judge Taft Robert Haun, of Denton, Texas, Col. Walton, of tint most excellent them live or six weeks ago. Thev stayed promptly granted an injunction reHis entire interest m the through W. S. Downton, has sold the papei, tho Interior Journal, celebrated in his room in the third story over Row straining Chief Arthur from promulgastore room on Main street, occupied by land's slim, store and had th e roof of the ting the boycott rule of tho Brotherhood his 01st birthday last Sunday and very Caldwell & Lanier, to Miss May Mobor-l- y story building adjoining and eaat-- I of Engineers, declaring that "if it he en gracefully tells of it in these stirringly for SS.000. Here follows tho contruthful word?: ward for a playground. They enjoyed forced the members enter into a criminal Miss Nannie Turner, of Campbellsconspiracy against the railroad company versation with the old lady, published ville, who was married to Charles It. good health and progressed gradually to and their organization in that case be- - in last Friday's paper, which of course Long, of Louisville, Wednesday, has wardB eathood until about two weeks Hitks mkb had no reference to the editor. No one ago, when ono night ..ntno- - .Hanoi wnico tltni. to her cousin. would take him to be over 2o. Those been a frequent visitor seated in his room, he noticed that one And- Municipal elections were held in Ohio whoss pleasure it is to know the chival- Mrs. James H. Gentry, of Danville. wag- of his wards had become very much ex- W. II. Hicks, who removed his Monday and this is the way the Enquir- rous and accomplished editor of the best c'.ted. It looked around wildly for n Burgin some months ago, is er headlines the result: We've got 'em moment and then ran across the room piper in Kentucky will at on shop to his old stand on again, lue otlier fellows make a snow- once concede that the lady was, very back again and occupies three or four times like a rare horie, ing in spots, but the sweep of democra- naturally, deceived bv his youthful ap Walnut street near the Christian church. winding up by bolting agiiusttln wul! cy is almost clean. Cleveland mot Gro- pearance; lor, really, waiton uoes not Bill didn't like the effete monarchical and falling it peemed in n dying cond'-ver) elects a democratic nrnyor. Colum- look to be much more than 50, though institutions of Mercer county. tion. It did not die, however, but lay Mr. W. F. Davis left Tuesday for four or live days perfectly helpless, ex bus (not Chris) remains in the popular many will be surprised to hear the column. Dayton democrats sweep evfrom his own lips that he is 01. Galveston, near which mowing city he cept th it it could raise its head and eat. Springfield But herd's to yon, old man; may you has valuable lands. Judge McKrrran Its body ami limbs seemed paralyzed. erything worth having. keeps step to the music of democracy, live to see your 01st; and, if you are no was in Liberty this week on legal busi- - After four or tlv days it gradually re. Rev. J. W. Lynch left Tuesday covered and then one night the other and even Toledo shows an inclination to less deserving the good will of your for Williamsburg, wheie he will join enter the light. Stenbenville republi- friends then than you are now, you kittn "was taken" the same way and Rev. Green Clay Smith and others of a now lies an the other did, uunhta to move cans elect a dead man to office. Results ought to count yourself a happy man. fishing party. in the various cities and towns throughany part of its body but its head and NEWSYN0TES7" Dr. Fayette Dunlap, surgeon for the out Ohio that are gratifying to deraoc nck. The kind hearted guardian Iihs nna ask a continuance or the patronage extended the firm of IliVmns C. S. railway, was called to Burgin Wed- done all that he could for his pets and & YanArsdale, and will racy. TUe noted shland House, at Lex make it to the interest of others to trade with James Shropshire, an even went to tho country and gathered me. The books and accounts have been transferred to me and I ington, has beeu rechristened the Hotel nesday to attend will esteemed employe of the road, who had a hunch of rat nip for them, as he had It was given out some time ago with Heed. continue the latter with all who desire. his arm broken by a protruding timber learned that cat nip would cure all manmuch show of authority that Mr. CleveThe Kansas elections show strong fiflirClotlmiK, Hoots aud Shoes will be sold regardless of cost to close holders republican gains. The populist fever has on a passing train. After Dr. Dunlap'a ner of land would appoint no connected with cats. out .stock. vUitShronshire was sent by the next But time as well as and but few if any editors. Both of run its course. teems necfb-sar- y City, near these rules were smashed Tuesday, when and time only will tell whether the salaries of passenger train to Junctiou The effort to increase the he appointed H. C. Ashton, editor of the the judges of the Kentucky court of which place his family live on the farm second patient is to recover or not. of V. K. McAfee. Flemingsburg Democrat and failed, 11 to 21. CHURCH arrAiBs, Rev. Hawkins, of Paris, is holding a under his former administration, to The little town of Hinton, on tl e the position again. This will e.iuse hope Cincinnati Southern, was nearly entire- revival at the Green street colored BapRev. J. H. Juiittu will preach at to spring eternah in the hearts of the ly wiped out by fire. tist church. Wednesday night ho walk- Rowl&n Sunday April !) at a. m. nnd during services nnd 7 "0 other ex's, of whom our friend, Bro. J. m Nearly the whole of the town of ed down the aisle !. is Clarksville, Va., is in ashes. Two ne- invited all sinners to come to salvation. It Marre, of the The Williamsburg Times says that one of which, and who of all men we groes were burned to death. Miss Georgia Allen was one of the con the meanest man in Whitley county is a trust will not be disappointed. He made gregation aud so resented the imputa- Baptist preacher. Of I'Acry Description, A jealous negro at Cincinnati g.e and his mulatto wife two minutes to pray tion of being asinnerthatBhegotawfully Danville a capital The American Bible Association inought to be permitted to do so again. mad and threatened to whack the par- tend to distribute free a quarter or a and then cut her head off with an ax. son over the head with her umbrella. million copies of the Bible during the lu a tight between Chester Chicago has again demonstrated that insultWorld's Fair. Frank Cobb, at Boxvilie, Cobb She said she did not intend to be she is democratic to the bone. Carter yellow son ed by any such a blank-blanThe General Assembly of the Presn9 killed and Cavenaugh was seriously Harrison was elected mayor of the city of a blank. Georgia has been sammou-c- d byterian Chinch in the I'nited States wounded. for the fifth time Monday by a plurality before the police court and will no will convene at Macon, Ga , in tho Firht Four ladies of a pleasure party were 1). M. Kerry's Garden Seed in bulk and package. over the allied republican and citizens' All new seed. Presbyterian church. May 18th. drowned in that beautiful body of wa- doubt bo punished severely. ticket, of 20,000. The entire democratic young man giviug the A colored Tho board of directors 1ms been ter, Lake I'onchartrain, at New OrleaiiF, ticket was also elected by about the same name of Win. Garfield nnd a fortune-t..i- w named and $150,000 subscribed fur the by their boat capsizing. plurality. Tho city is to be congratulahv nrofesaiou. died at Willis Ma- - Louisville Presbyluriuu Theological Seml tie democratic candidate lor govted that a democrat and a Kentuckian son's home on Green street Monday eve- inary, aud it is expected that it will he will do the honors during the World's ernor of Rhode Island secured a plurali- ning, and was buried in the colored cemready to open this fall ty, but is not elected becausu he did not Fair. etery Tuesday. Garfield probably died Rev. R. 1). Harding, of Somerhel, eet the required majority. BUY Till-- : CKU.MRATED Tiik Legislature is still hammering on A. It. Sutton made an assignment to of consumption, as ho was much emacia- and Rev. W. K, Kllis will exchange pul had a cough. Ho said he had pits Sunday, ami thu latter hopes that a a bill to reduce the salaries of circuit the Columbia Finance and Trust Compa- ted and judges from $3,000 to $2, 100. It had bet- ny. Fourteen thousand barrels of whis recently beeu at Stanford and showed full congregation will turn out at his greet the visitor. ter be at more important business. The ky are nanied;iu the deed, but not loca- paperB to prove mat uu was a genuine church hero to teller. He had and no mistake fortune present salary is small enough for a good ted. It is reported from Washington tint man, and no other kind ought ever to The Commercial Ihnk of Australia, wandered to a negro house near Mock's President Clevelnn I has decided to apoccupy the bench, with the forluuesand with a paid-ucapital of $0,000,000, a distillery and had been turned out Sun- point .Judge Win. I.fichren, of Minneap.-oll- s, lives of mon largely in their bauds. subscribed capital of $15,000,000 and de- day on the roail to die, when George Minn , commisaioner of pennons. posits of fOO.OOO.OOO, has suspended pay. Doneghy, a kind hearted man of his own wagon and Dkmoouats shou'd bear in mind that ment an shut up shop. color, took him into his afternoon, Sth, has been fixed The Whitestone warehouse of the brought him to to ami. Ho was from 23 by the State Central Committee for the Distillery Company was to 30 years old and said his homo was in election of a committeeman in each pro destroyed by fire at Louisville, with Indiana. Olive Points, three for Si. Mr.J.C.Jonos,of Fulton, Ark., says of cinct. Don't fail to go to your regular 12,000 barrels of whisky stored therein. "About ten years ago I con Tho hoard of council met Tuesday vvoting place and cast your vote for the The loss is approximately estimated at night and elected Alex Audereon, judgr; tractedn soverorasoof blood best man to represent you in the party's J200,000, exclusive of the tax the gov- C. C. Fox. attorney; F. N. Lee, clerk; B. Ioison. Leading physicians proscribed medicine aftor medicine, which I took councils. ernment will lose on the whisky. J. Durham, treasurer; John A. Heron, without any relief. I also triod mercu-riu- l and potash remedies, with uusuo- The latest appointments are Jamr s assessor; G. T. Helm, chief of police. II. "Uncus Job" Alkxanukr, who ubed O. Brodhead, of Miesonri, Minister to W. French and J. It. Moore were apto be uo successful a hotel keeper, seems Somo surprise to be playing in bad luck as his days ou Switzerland; Bartlett Trip, of South Da- pointed night watchmen. Kb-a- n is felt over the defeat of Mr. J. It. Dodds kota, Minister to earth dwin lie in number. He haa just Alexander, of North Carolina, Minis for assessor, as he received thu nomina- cossful results, but which brought ou nu been forced to assign again, nlsnew vencauattack of mercurial rheumatism thut ture, tho Merchants' Hotel, Louisville, ter to Greece, Romania and Servia; Jug. tion at tho bauds of the democratic my life ono of agony. After g ago, which it was gener- made E. Neal, of Ohio, Consul at Liverpool; J. cus a few days proving a flat failure. four years I gave up all remedies S. Ewing, of Illinois, Minister to Belgi- ally understood, entitled him to the S and commenced using S. 8. S. After With the legislature costing $1,000 a um; T. T. Crittenden, Consul General to democratic votes in tho council, which taking sevoral bottles, I wus entirely Ii keciivinr His day and the convicts f 350, bankruptcy Mexico; Louis C. Hughes, Governor of stands S democrats to four republican?. c u rod and able to resumo work. is the greatest medicine for will soon begin to stare the State in tho Arizona, and W. T. Thornton, Governor Three ballots were taken in this content blood poisoning ou : : face. The worst feature is that neither of New Mexico. Tuesday night, the last one standing? to tho market." of Mr. Heron. A committee body is doing anything to assist in liquiThe large flouring mill of J. C. Car- 5 in favor TrcatlEO on Wood ami Hkln Dlnearrs tnalUJ Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. dating the outlay. roll & Co., at Richmond, was consumed of councilmeu was appointed to invite ire:. Bwirr Srscmu Co., AUanta, Ua. ly 'RICKS ATZ P. WALTON. The Louisville Store -- EIGHT : PAGES. TIIATO) EVERY & r r f Kx-Go- v. Merri-wethe- r, Can Not Be Our Dress Matched. I TREMENDOUS LOT OF BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK Department is complete. lb BVB1YTHING MEW 9m l post-offic- e And striking. Ginghams, Mulls, Lawns and a big line of all Dress in all the new shades at the lowest prices. In Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods otlico-holdin- g FTP TAKE ; JL TCar XXJCi IJBAX) stoch is unsurpassed. Our Rugs and Lace Curtains at and. examine our Carpets. Mattin THE LOUISVILLE STORE. hr, I Have Purchased of i , rt W. H. Higgins. I to - GROCERY r. all-rou- nd & HaBDWiBE BOO I ne.-vj- am t SHOES .K, i. W e cat-ni- p ap-P'a- post-mast- If 1 1 1 'i i 'it Hccord-Homesteu- GARDEN TOOLS, ft post-mast- er, Caven-aughan- d k New York Seed Potatoes, McKINNEY BROS. fc VULCAN Chilled Plow. 1 Allen-Bradl- ey MERCURIAL Every One Warranted. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. 1 KSJU (SCSI Austria-Hungar- y; RHEUMATISM suf-erin- RSB KC to-da- y SPRING AND SUMMER :GOODS. UJL. MkfcJ-- B- V -- a. J SfcLf. t. I T. " ,0&H& Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal A wanted. Kai8. Boa n i) mis, witli or without Mrs. Kunniit Uurkfl. rooms, Htanfohd, Ky., rim, 7, 189! cri3 for salt. Lfcht Brahma nml Buff Cochin V H. Caldwell. Stanford.- 1 B.O. WAtTON, BUB. PERSONAL MonaKor Ai.ab and alack The circus will not como to Stanford as proposed, but will POINTS. pitch its tents at Junction City instead, on tho L'Olli. mm sunshine Mies Mou.ik Dauoiikhtv hafl return are bringing forth May flowers in adLoulsvilli;. eil from vance of tho time. The weather has been Mb. and Mits. U.S. Withbhs went to such as to make veyetation hump itself, Ixiulsrillu Wedni'sday. and you enn almost seo tho leaves nnd t, Mr. K. II. Jomm, tliu Pinevillo show-ermor-chnn- The bright and April a spout several tlayH hero. Mr. W. 0. Goodlor, of Danville, was here on lepU IniBinws yesterday. Mks. Jamm Oaiuox, of Grab Orchard, 'b the Kiu'Htof Mt. J. W. Ilainsey. rmss grow. "Fair nnd warmer Friday" is tho forecast of tho signal service. Tiir new fence around tho Christian church can not be called n thing of beauty. It is decidedly tho' Mlr-MlNVA rUKI.1t), flf MlUllriOIl, ia it may bo useful in hitching horses. A the ituest of Mta Mary McKluney. ! rail fence in tho centre of town hia BiHtcr, Minn is Fuank Jonks calculated to givo that provincial apHone, with a beautiful jiIki ton (or an pearance most of uh try to avoid. Eutcr gift. Tiik Advocate takes tho pains to tell Mh. 8. C. Lackey, after a plenaantBtoy of air weekH with nihil wb and frieniln, its constituency that the eclipse of tho sun will be visible in all parts of Jtoylo returned to Atlanta Wednesday. Mies Mahoik Buchanan, who has and that it will not Ims necessary for the people to journey to Danville to seo it, been with her aister, ,Mra. John A. in Louisville, aince Christinaa, as they did a few years ago, under the Impression that it could be seen nowhere returned to Crab Orchard yesterday. else. M ibb kb Mamu Lynn, Kiln May Saunders and Alice Lynn and Messrs. 0. E Tiik Brotherhood of locomotivu EnTate, Walter Saunders and O.H. Holmes gineers has secured the right to build a will attend tho Collegiate oratorical con hall over the store room being built by lest in Iexlii;ton Mr. Isaac Hamilton for Stephens fc Gkn. John 8. Williams was meeting Knox and aru goint; to tit up a lino one. Miss Mary Varnon, of Stanford, at Win It will bo Wx'Si, with 12 foot ceiling. eheater dejot without recoKiifxliiK he They have long needed such a room for and exclaimed; "Oh, I am Kind colonel tho meetings of the order. reminded me. Your father, JiuIko Varnon, was my beet man nt my llrat wed Nofftichhtock of goods was ever shown ilinu, wo beiui! then, in 1815, youn law- in our city as wo now havo open and yers at l'aria. My first murrinKO took ready for your inspection. Dress goods place on tlm farm hero in Clark, where in every grade anil weave; trimmings to my daughter, Mrs. Holloway, now lives." mutch and notions in great variety. Gen. Williams remarked that ho mar Shoes in nil grades. In carpets, oil cloths ncdtwoof tho handsomest and bright- nnd mattings we hnve an immeusuBtock. est women in Kentucky. Col. Come and seo. Severance A Son. in 1'aris KetitttckUn. Mm A. K. Dkn.ny, applicant for CoCITY AND VICINITY. llector, wiys that Gov. McCreary told him that he had not decided which of tho P.) Novki.tikb at Dunks, tho Jeweler's. applicants for the position lie would recOnion seta and garden needs nt A. A. ommend. Mr. Denny added ho is hopeful that ho will bo accorded thu honor, Warren's. m w. II. but that he is not sanguine of it. Among at Gaiidkn seeds ol all kln-Jtho other pilgrims to tho Mecca this Wearen V Co'. week are Judge W. E. Vnrnon, G. B. Iot of ahado tries for sale. J. C Cooper, Ac, and so on. Full corps of CamorvHtory nd Normal School teacheri. Superior couryes in Literature, Music and MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Thompson. An. Excellent boardtnjr department Catalogues and circular furniihed on application. colOwiMi to tho difliculty of making Win. M. Durham, a widower of 31, Ilouie and lot containing cne aero on Danvilln .Strawiickhikb, radisea, lettuce and lections, the Pennington Bros, at and Miss Fannie J. Kidd, wero married TnrnpiLc nwr toil j.up, alio a piano and a cuw . tlrih at P. Hampton's havo Squire T. M. yesterday at Mr. I). J. Kidd's, in the O. jtid c;ilf Pennington, father of the boys, who - reK.C KN'OLEMAN, JR., K. neighborhood. light spring shoes nt treat)Nick Stanford, Ky cflino down the other d.y, says thnt the Bobert Stapleton and Miss Laura duced prices at T J. Hatcher's, Yeagers' liabilities are less than $1,000, with asParker, both of thu East End, wero marStable. Is now prepared to exhibit to the Ladies a choice and elegant assort- sets much moio than sullicient to meet , ried at tho groom's father's, Isaac Sin ment of potatoes of W. H. tbem. A little time was ail that waB Buy your need Irish gleton, ythterday. at the wanted and ho thinks they will soon A: Co., and gel tho best Wearen O. It. Long, president of the LouisWe will pay csh for country prodti. o ol eeiy be on their feet ngaiu. lowest price. ville water works, was married to Mifs kind at our torcrom on Lancaster Avenue. We We make this announcement that all may avail themselves of the Nannie Turner, of CampbcHsville, Wed- aN) will run our wagon regular ccry fek to Wk havo received a full htock of Drum. James D.uigherty, the opportunity of selecting their goods for Patterns. Any pattern tent by blacksmith, died at McKinney nesday. Tho irroom came up in n spe- collect lame in the country CKAKJ& WALLS. mall, postpaid, on receipt of cataloiiuo fueuday, aged O'.J. Ho was a widower cial Pullman car, in which they will take tour of tho East. price. SHVeroncu Son. for the second time and the three chil- n Mr. T. 1). Martin, town maishal of dren that he leaves are all grown. The P. 0. MILLINERY. And the Spring in time, and as extra inducement for you to come NkwtCrahi and J. D. Walls hnve o'd man has had a hard struggle for years Bowland, was married Wednesday to THE early, we have marked our goods at such Low Prices as will cause street on lincnster opened a store-rooMrs. Nannio Mabnn, n widow of 2D, also to keep the wolf from his door, conseyou to wonder how such fine quality of goods can be sold on so small Call at the room and rec thn for tho pnrchano of country produce. Sv quently he was unable to keep his dues a resident of Bowland. Tho ceremony Call patronize them. Goods thulr nd. and and Soloctod a margin. you canand see wecompare these we can and Prices with paid up with the Odd Fellows and he was performed nt the groom's home and find and anything feel satisfied please you and the union will prove n Stock dropped It is specially urginl that each mem- was lodgo from tho membership, hut it is hoped that sense of the word. save you money. present at the tho Milliner) in town 'I he goods and pricci are hero ycneiously donated $'2) happy one in everv Of ber of the tiro company be bound to plcate you. meeting on Wednesday night, ll'tli. Im- towards his huiial expenses. The re- This is Mr. Martin's fourth mariiage. MRS I'.T. COl RTS. mains were interred in Buffalo Cemeportant business is to be transacted. DEATH'S DOINGS. tery, Wednesday afternoon, after a short A. C. SINE TO., J.N. MENEFEK Demagogue," aaid service there by llev. A. V. Sizeinore. "Tho Keign of tho Mrs. I. M. Hruce received u dispatch to be tho best of John Tcmplu Graves, (Kk of t'ne most amusing tricks ever yt'Rlonlny that lier sister, Mrs. Kittio M., lectures, will complete the course next wife of John T. I.ynn.ul Louisville, died AN1 LINCOLN COUNTY. Monday night. If you haven't a ticket played on a young man in this town of at 10 oMloi'k a. m. Sho liad been ill was worked on a guileless already Bocure one and you will bo amyouth Tuesday night, lie had heard a nearly n year of consumption and the Ui KiMio,e Iyou icsiiectfully rriurt its continuance ply repaid. gentleman say to his sweetheart, "I'll end had been expected for some time. ilurlnK the lumilii; neason. Indeed I expect mII to Tho ladies are invited to meet you at tho same place Tuesday Fully awaie of her condition, she ppoke ur tho my summer opening ol mil- night," the same place being a settee on resignedly of her death and assured her MANUFACTURED attend ICE, linery, which will bo found to be the. front verandah, but in his blind jeal- weeping relatives that God, Who had 1'irit, It it made by a home I'or thoe unusually largo and comprehensive, ousy they m. thought that it meant been her hopo in health, wus sustnininK institution rraions: tlio Ice it absolutely und Second, April 7 making her dying chemically pure, bcint; made lrom spring uatrr, next Friday and Saturday, which is tirsi distilled and then carefully tillered some clandestine business and he re- her in sickness and Pev belnre belii froen. 1 hird, Artificial Ice will h downy pillown aro. mid S. Miss Mary Daviess Dudderar. solved t sift tho matter to thu bottom. bed feel soft epidemic much longer th in pond Icr. en yeiim nno she jirofohsed religion and of cholera is looked lor during Fourth, an and s the year Our facilities for giving tlie greatest values for the least outlay, are Stanford Circulating Library, with He related his tale of woe to a friend joined the Presbyterian church, and her i so npt lo produce or spread tliU diear as Tiik and that friend promised lo help him impure water nr Ice. Killh.it will be unsurpassed. hhaivd, ia now open to the Jo paid-ulovely Christian life has since been ua u loekholdors, each of whom tan get a out. The friend came for him at the lamp to her friends. She was the eld-cproper time Tuesday night and together Xiixie Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- . pok for each nhare and keep it not daughter of the late Jtuiiea M. Wray of they went to the scene, where horror t your Doors W. S. Burcli is two weeks. Mrs. Mary Wray, tho latter with horrors' there sat, in thu garden, his and .siHteraBurviving and tlie library is in Judge Kmy morning at the following i'riceo: her. Iu 1SSS fcbe three true love by tho side of ids rival, whose olllce. was led to the altar a happy bride by the For 100 pounds or over 40; rer hundred. arm was gently entwined around her 451. per bundled, H. Gaines says yielding form. The girl M was saying, man who is now crushed with a grief F r 50 pounds to ico A Mo.N8thohity.- -J. . so pounds $ c per hundred. can imagine until ho has been hot 10 tu .til (atonoof a litter of five pig on his 4,Oh, dearest, I am not wqrthy of such that no one N less in pound delitered. UKrMHt. fin was eight feet long, had thu faco of blind devotion," when tho y. in., unablo allied to pass under thu rod. May thu l,o annum and with tho exception of four to restiain himself, flushed tiie game. Lord sustain him, thu mother, sisters lth, looked like a sunk?. It lived only Tho man in the case, with a hot "What and her little alrl. is the prayer of many sympathizing friends. Tho remains will a tort time, but it haB been preserved do yon mean, sir?" drew his pistol and ' r. t. and probably ; inlcohol for examination. fired it, tho y. in. thought right between arrive on the ANDduring tho afternoon, though buried his eyed. He took to his heels, rushed be .1. . i..... .i.: ...00 relumed from the citic with a nice lino ... A- nrmy of 100 men and many bai .. .. .Lid. iii "lc,l Millmery which will sdl for :i small profit, wv Casey into another party, who claimed to be tti iiiu iitnii ii.iov.oa onsiinshed through here frtn a arrangements for thu interment Had been CociU left over, an will sill atthu season b (;ood, I from l.tit Tnmlnv. hound for the mouutains to out after robbers, and who each gave him made. ran into a cow, which peel fin bark. Tho men wero orderly n pistol salute, and COST FOWL CASH ONLY. said to lie badly disabled, finally getting back to here.but at McKinney they aro FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. The I e. I 'on do thu H to roducc my itock. of and to hnve town with bis eyes hanging out on his my bunccu at will b able Iom-Ihavo Wded up on W. W. Havrt bought of T. I). e.' poodfirtto opportunity.tnelndiesout call and tongue protruding and his the hail a ienoral fight among themselves, in cheeks, his to ciirdully inviti1 examine breath nearly gone. Another funny pirt land a mare lorSloO. my cood. I jIo solicit a share ot their iiatton-aKwhich no or two was badly hurt. Hosley sold to Robert Russell MRS. I..M. IMt'CK. J. S. of it was tiie "friend," who led him to Stanford, Ky. y cows at A Sli)inu Scale. On tho morning af- the slaughter, camo across thu man of two W. L. MeCarty bought of William ter tho yclone Mr. Stephens, of the linn the place, as ho thought by his remarks, & Kuox, Uowland, was con- and he too incontinently lied as several White of Madison, n jack for $ 130. of Stephens Wantkd. HorBes to break and bunfident tlut their loss was $5,000. A weok bullets whistled past his ears. It was a Hi.., it at $1,500 nnd now clear case of n biter getting bit and bo is dle. Howes also taken on commission. My mother, Mrs. Kate Duddernr, has just lion, the cities with an elegant line of mil they find that it is less than $500. They not enjoying the joke much more than W. W. Ilavs. linery, embracing Dealer In Cook has bought a half interhavo disposed of all of their damaged the other sucker, who shall bu nameless nro nearly straight ngain. hero forovermoro. Tho mau w ho played est in Charley Saudidgo and lie and K. goods and Give them a call. tho "girl" iu the case is n strawberry D. Kennedy will stand him this eeaBon. Of the season, of which she will lute lull control. Sho also engaged a , blonde, whoso light motistacho was not Seo ad. Next Monday will be county court observable in the gloaming, even if the ussigueeof J. S. Hawkins & Co., FIRST-CLAS- S Thu and annual horso show day. A tromen-doyouth had been less excited. He, we of Jessamine, has sold to a Chattanooga DEESS MAZEE. crowd will bo In town to bo tho 00 cents the "girl," was attired in ahenutiful arm Do.OOO bushels of wheat at display of horso flesh that baa ever mean .Mr. W. T Heard, who cuts by the only Parisian finest Mother Hubbard and acted his part very ou the cars at lWirgin. inScientific Tailor Sjrstem in the United States, ins been made hero. Our horso columns in- naturally, even to famtiiif, when the pisTho two splendid combined horses, cluding the b'.'m!ee l.arnieiiti in llarne. Waists, also Latest Fads business is vastly dicate that that the Messenger Denmark, by On Time, and SkirtsUtosvs and Call and examine my stocl. in and Wraps. of tol was fired. creasing in this section. Wo havo property Millinery before buying and leave your order for P. S. The y. in. says ho was onto tho Frank, a Denmark horse, tho your dresses. Thanking sou Tor past favors we douhlo as many advertisements of of Mr. J. T. Hackloy will bo here on ex- solicit same first business and was only caught by tho year MAUV DAVIS DUUUERAR. horses as wo had at this time last hibition Monday. rubbery Bcheme. still there's more to follow. and -- post-am- prem-nte- Hal-dema- it. m Crad-doc- k m s F. J. Jones has SO acres of lnnd and Fou Bent. Two rooms over Sever-nnc- o k Son's store, cheap. Apply to W. n fine house at Preachersvillo for sale. THE 13EST PLACE TO BUY IN. Craig, or Dr. Steele Bailey. Address him there. Hon. G. A. Lackey sold to Dr. J. M. TmirtK were six contestants for tho Rogers, of Bloomiugton. Ind , his chesthonor of representing Public Park Acad- nut eorrel mare for $200. emy at the declamatory contest nt liar- Wool. I want to buy 100,000 lbs, rodsburg Juno 9th John Lynn, Jas. or more of wool. Will pay highest markJames Menefee, Thomas Shanks, Apper-so- n et price. A. T. Nunnelley. Spring Iambs are already declining Nevius, Win. Dnrst and James Sauf-leTho judges were Messrs. W. G. in tho Cincinnati market. They were All new stock and latest designs. Welch, J. B. Paxton. W. E. Grinstead quoted yesterday at 7 to lie. Tho Arkansas Derby, 1J miles, was and John Belt Gibson. All tho boys acquitted themselves well, but it was the won by dishing and Orth's Boundless unanimous decision of tho judges that in 1:58, Scroggan Bros.' Buck McCann James Sail Hey was entitled lo tho covet- Stl. Gub Straus, of Lexington, hns pured honor and ho was accordingly choschased Katrinn for $5,200. She is with en. foal to Iroquois and will be bred to LongTuiiiiK is a treat in store for the lovers fellow. GENUINEof chaste and elegant music. Dewey Wool Wantkd. Bring me your Hoy wood's Now York Stars, a superb wool and get tho highest market price. organization of European and American 1 want it and will buy if you will give it artists, hnve contracted to give an enter- me an opportunity. Wm. Moreland, tainment at Walton's Opera House May Stanford, Ky. Thats is what we are the Great Bargain House; and if you will 1. Of the merits of the individual perM. F. Elkin bought of Cameniech examine our salesbook you will sec some people think so. Here is formers we bhall havo more to say Inter. Bros, a lot of stall fed heifers nt :5c, of Suillco it now thnt it is highly recom- Ottenheim partiesa lot of butcher stuff at mended by tho press and peop'c, who ?,c and of John Cashn lot of butcher stuff in every re- nt .Jjc. He nlso bought of claim that it is various parties spect. To secure thein tho manager had a lot at 21 to 3e. to put up a heavy guarantee, but ho n The land near Big A splendid coarse Shoe for men at $i and the best Congress and that such a troupe will bo liberal- Stone Gap, acres, was sold at Comly patronized. Tho admission will be $1. missioner's ssle to John C. HasKell lace Shoe ever ofTercd at $1.25, SiSO and Si. 75. A splendid boys' Suit Si. 50 and up to $10. Men's Suits beginning at $4 When Joo Munday was preaching pro- agent, for $75,000. Only about 4 14 ncres hibition in bad English here a few years carry the Imboden seam of coking coal, and running up to S20. A large line of Neglige and white Shirts 25c ao, some of the good ladies who allow- which makes the actual price of tho coal up to Si. 25. White Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Handkerchiefs and ed their enthusiasm to get away with land $171! an acre. The remainder of tho their judgment, would havo beeu glad land is level, offording sites for buildings to have seen tho editor of tills paper and coke ovens. A complicated suit has been filed in hung (or daring to criticise him and sugthe Circuit Court at Lexington for the gesting that ho was n very huge fraud. In Dress Goods, Domestics and French Ginghams, Pine Apple This too in the face of tho fact that wo possession of the celebrated pacer, Victor If you would dress well come had been with them a number of years Mazzone. Tho colt was owned by Her Cloths, Canton Cloths, Sattcens, &c. who contracted to lmvo to our house for everything to wear, and if you would buy the cheap, always deported ourselves with man and had passable decorum. Well, v. a aro here Trainer Wm. Boyco one fourth interest est Carpet you ever had in Cotton, Cotton Chain, all wool Supers, yet nuddoing business at thu mine old for tho colt's Induing and keep. Capt. Tapestry and Brussels, Body Brussels, Wilton Velvets and Moquettes Boyco's driver, John It. Farris, drove stand,- - while Munday has since more "diagnosed" him tho colt to his half mile record off l:05i you must come to than proved that wo correctly. Drunkenness, wife beating and claims that Boyce agreed to give him of his interest in and other ollenhes havo been clmrged to Victor Mazzono if he would handle him. him and now it is reported that he is in jail at Kiesimme, Fin., for cruelly beat- Boyce ami Fnrris disagreed in their settleing his child. Hour good lady friends ment and .Farris took the horse and put will pc rmit it, wo will suggest this mor- him under lock and key and the suit lias al: Never go back on old and tried been brought to give the real owner friends to tako up with n stranger, no possession. matter how plausible lie is, until you J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. NEW ADVr.RTISEME.NTS. aro pretty certaiu from reasonable endorsements that he is all right. 1893, y. Wall A. t Paper ! R. PENNY. : n BARGAIN GIVERS!! first-clr.r- s Kolly-Moo- two-piec- e ALL OF THE NOVELTIES -- one-thir- d one-fourt- h HUGHES & TATE. Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January 24th, POK SALE. Mi.!-dlesbo- to-da- y. nsii-ned- The Cash Bargain Store Country Produce. But-terick- 's DRESS - GOODS n, well-know- n three-week- s poM-offic- c Largest 111 Best B. F. JONES & SON. The People ot Stanford trick-playi- ng & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of Tlie Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. lt noth-1n- p ut g We Carry a Full of Builders' Supplies. Al-frn- 'a 11 WHITELEY -- I J to-da- y MiLLINERY. I BINDERS & MOWERS THE BEST MADS. FARRIS & HARDIN. - wag-fro- m rw I THE O'BRIEN WAGONS. 1 red-oy- 1 I I e. 1,000-poun- :. XTow Millinery. itr J.l ALL THE NOVELTIES IR,. ZIUVEnVLIEIFt Faney Groceries, Eruits Confectioneries. Baker's Bread Always on Hand us 1'riii-ces- st Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal April 7, 1893 ASSAULTEDBY GHOSTS A Mountaineer's Rough Treat ment In a Haunted Cabin. SP1IUTS IX AN HIS MOAN. She will "reclto!" Her voice, I own. Is music's most entrancing mne; And If sho speak or If sho sine 'TIs 1I- uti mud's whispering Mentit for ono listening heart Mono. Her llp, tho sweetest ever known, Uy tiny milk white pearls aro town; Uut, nh, hnt grief the.e lips can bring Sho will "recite!" Her slender waist Is beauty's ono Iso truer ejes on mane crshonc, So fair, bo fond, so dear n thing. A las, alas, siio has her stli.g! To all tho world I make my moan She will "recite!" -- Ella Wheeler Wilcox hi Club, V- SUE W LOST AT SEi Stanford, Ky., The Pathetic Epitaph of Many a Brave Ship. THE DANOIIK 'K02I DF.KELICTS. W. F WALTON. Commercial McKINNEY, KY. I have bought above mentioned Kinney and have attached a First-Cl&- ss Hotel, Hotel at Mo ILLICIT STILL Bar and Fool Boom. A Local UlackMiiltli Visits the Cabin on is WHjrcr nnil Is Severely Maltreated hy Invisible Assailants A Tutu of 3I stery and Mitoiishlnp. The mountaineers In the vicinity of Ronco-vortin Greenbrier county, V". Vn., have been having considerable excitement lately over the doings of some "spooks" in nml about n ruined cabin up among the peaks of "Sundown ridge," as the kick bone of the mountain range is called by the inhabitants there, 'llie cabin has homo n bad reputation for the juist SO years, tho mountain people declaring it to be haunted and avoiding it as much a possible. Old Anderson Crowe, n notorious moonshiner of antebellum days, once occupied it and was found dead one day, lying across its doorway with a bullet in his forehead. Crowe's ghost was supposed for long years after his murder to haunt the cabin and to mako life unendurable for any one who ventured within a mile of it, but tho old story had nearly died out when it was revived recently by the narration of somo remarkably unpleasant and grewsomo expe riences by various travelers through the mountains. No twoof tho stories appear to agree as to the details of wht took place, but all of them tell of tho mysterious appearance and uncxplainable disappearance of a man and a dog, sometimes one, sometimes tho other, and sometimes both. Every night the cabin is illuminated with blue flames, which nre declared to cast no shadow, and Inside can bo seen strango fig ures of men, and occasionally that of the dog, which leaps up and down, howling frightfully, says n correspondent of The Times of Philadelphia. Many people have tried to follow the dog and have seeu come ujion n trail of blood, in fol lowing which it soon distanced its pursuers, c itnp-parentl- y Have repaired and rcfurntihed the Hotel and am oetter than ever Prepared to "Accommodate the Public. Special attention to Commercial Men. I. W GUEEN, Proprietor. JOE CARSON', Manager. .IF YOU ARE GOING., NORTH THE WEST, Sho Waf Too Mean. was amused at the conversation Ixstween two young girls at Illou tho other evening. It run something like this and shows that femininity is the same tho world oven "My, Carrie, what a lovely hat you have!" "Do you think so" with a pleased smile, "Why, I think It is Just horrid. I've told mammaevery time 1 put it on that 1 would never wear it again." "Why, I think it is the most becoming thing you ever wore." "Do you? Now, I think that veil you have got is the most bewitching thing 1 ever saw. If I had your style" "Xow, how mean you arel" blushlngly. "I know you are Junking fun of me." I I'lontlng Wrecks ititil Iceberg r'req nutty Sink Seaworthy Ships Tim Cu.e of the Nnronlo Arouse Interest In the Cruel Cutiitiigiio SlUitliig Mourner. 11 nificent freight steamer or tho White Star line, has called out opinions from all the old experts In seafaring life, and many nre uie curious aim atlectlng stories told by them of vessels long lost and recovered. There are vast tracts in the ocean In which disabled vessels mny float for weeks or eveu months without being heard of. Speuk, tor thou hast A voir, tual sea! Lift tip thy surges with some signal word: Show where the pilgrims of tho wntcrs be. For whom nut Ion's UirtllttiK heart Issilrrcil. Popular interest In tho Xnronic, the mag- LOUISVILIC 4, Nashvillc R. R. It the line for you, as hi Dally Trains Double cloie connections at Make LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGIirrtCKETS SOLD. BAGGAGECHECKKD THROUGH For auy information e.iiititre of JOES. RICE, Agent, Ky Stanford, Or W. W. PKNN, Trav. Pass. Aeent, Junction City, Ky TTK! k W NorfolkiWestem Schedute TJec. iS, 189. R R i. I L'hf LEAVE NOKlO.V DAILY 7:00 a. nd (or Graham, Bluefield, Pocahontas and all itatioas Flat Tup and Pocahontas Divisions. 12:04 noon, for Rluefisld, Radtord, Roanoke, Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Also (via Koanoke) for Washington, Hagerstewn, Harris-jurPhiladelphiaand New York. Pullman Sleeping Cars from Lou 1 folk via Norton and Radford; also Radtord o New York, via Shenandoah Junction, alto R lord to Washington; also from Lynchburg to R snond. Trains lor Pocahontas, Powhatan' and Goodwill leave Bluefield daily at 6 10 a ra, 8 30 a m, 1 oj p m and s 30 p ra. Leave Bluefield 6 10 a m daily for Keuova'and Columbus, O. Arrive Columbus q 15 pm Additional trains for Welch and intermedial stations on Elkhorn leave lllue6eld 1 05 p m and 511 pm daily. Trains arrive at Norton from the East dally at 5 10 p m. ti 40 p m and information as to schedules, rates, For further JSrc, apply to agents of Norfolk A Western RailW. B. BEVI LL, road or to Gen. Pass. Agt Iloa tokc, Va. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, New York, And all other Eastern Cities. leaving them wandering about the mountain side in the darkness. The figures seen in the cabin are verr in distinct and have only been made out to be those of men dressed in rough mountaineer attire, though some declare they havo seen the glitter of a uniform or two among them. Several nights the crowds collected in front of the old structure have had showers of stones hurled at them by no ttngen-tlhands, and curiosity seekers have in a good many instances gone home with lumps on their heads, black eyes, broken or bent noses and various contusions on the body. The local blacksmith, one JufT Wither spoon, who boasts ho fears neither ghost nor man, recently made a wager, including his anvil and tools, that he would not only enter tho cabin, but that he would remain there for ono hour by tho watch. Wlther-spooarmed with a trusty load ed by himself and not "monkeyed with by no chap as was getting up this here business," as ho put it, and a well trained, powerful bulldog, walked resolutely Into the ruined, weather shattered hut and found to his amazement that the interior was entin.-l- dark, though he had but that Instant left outdoors where tho wholo had scemid as btight as day, ami, as he afterward learned, was still so tcrtho lookers on. o n, Shortest Line between Louisville, Lex.njtoa'and Eastern Points. IN EFFFCT NOV. EAST BOUND. "Atlantic Eiprcis 11, dsily 1, tS-jr-. I.vo. Lexington 711pm N. .MidUnd Accommodation, No. a5. ex Sun.1t.404m 6.10pm Vestihuled Express, No 4 daily Ml. Sterling Accoin., No. 28, ex. Suu. WESTBOUND. Arr. Lexington: 'Lexington Accom.. No 27, ex Sun 7 35am Louisville Express No at, daily 13.40pm Lexington Accom. N. 7$, ex Sun 4 15pm 6. lopit. Vcstibuled Express No: 33, daily. Solid Vestihuled Trains with Dining Cars. Ns bus tranfers. without Through Sloepcrs frqm LexiuRlon t w TtHsRrr 'V'sssssibisR stSKsFttfsssssst chance. H W. Gen. Pass. Agt, Washington, D. FULLFR, f.B. RYAN, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agt.. Cincinnati. I a ';11 -- ' 33r 11 Btffi Twenty mllesthc Shortest to a r.ioAvric CINCINNATI, St. Louis, He seated himself on what hud once been the hearth, and scraping together few chips soon had a fire, when he was amazed to seo three men enter in nigged clothes, unkempt beards, who-- o faces had tho horrid, swollen, pasty appearance of thosulong dead. The-- o did not. seem to notice him nt all, but presently there apjieured at the feet of the trio another man better dressed in what seemed the remains of a uniform all stained nud bhtckuned with blood, and about this man's neck was a rope tied so tightly as to almost sever the head from tho lsxly. Upon this the dog precipitated Itself, and tho llrst three apparitions, falling upon tho dog and its dead master, attempted to tear them apart. This only terved to dismember themselves, uutll there wits a pile of dead, swollen limbs, decapl'atcd heads, etc., left at gho-dly With-erspoon's sd iikachkh oit. At this poiut in the blacksmith's narrative thero is pause, and he says there then occurred before his eyes what he could not relate and keep his mind. After this was over nnd while he sat there sick nud disPhiladelphia. Baltimore, Washington, gusted uuto fainting he saw his dog rise up Quickest time toHarrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky. from the heap in which he had Jaid and Shortest and Richmond, QVIRGINIA. Quickest line to throw himself nt an invisible something in tho room, when a gigantic hand, covered with long, coarse hair like that of a chimpanzee, reached out of tho invisibility that with surrounded SOLID VESTIBULF.D TRAINS thro it nnd seized tho bulldog by tho Chattanooga, Birmingham, Meridout change via ian, makltii; direct connections en route (or Knox, neck and threw it with the ease of a man hurling a pebble against the wall. ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the The poor animal fell with a singlo cry, nnd, as was afterward ascertained, every bono in Its body was broken. After this Witherspoon's lire went out, nnd ho was At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmini ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah assaulted by a number of things in the Brunswick, Lake City, Thomasville and FLORI darkness, which maltreated him in such a DA points. The only line running solid Vcstibuled trains with manner that he soon lost consciousness. Pullman Boudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to St. Opening his eyes nt last, ho found himself Augustine without change lor any class of in tho fresh air surrounded by ills friends, or baggage. but too much bruised nnd exhausted to Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatut ARKANSAS points. Florence, Memphis and speak for hours. His body, from the crown Shortest and quickest to Anmston, Selma, Mobile. Biioct connections made at NEW OR. of his head to the soles of his feet, was one mass of blueandpurplemarks, where large, LEANS without omnibus transfer for Gal vei too Houston, Austin, fierce lingers had pinched nud gouged his 11 Chicago. Michigan Points, Buffalo, Cleveland, Detroit, Indianapolis and the West, Ne iv England, Canada, feft. New York, Boston, NEW OBIiHANS. CABOTiINA9 After &! days without tidings the itcumship Missouri brought In 870 of them, tho rest having been left at the Azores. As for the vessel, it was abandoned at sea to become a broken "derelict." Nevcrthelen the sad fact remains that the number thus discovered Is very small, and from the very earliest times this record has repeatedly been mude in many languages- "The vessel tailed and was never agaiu heard of." There Is no summary approaching to exactness of the number thus lost, or even of disasters at sea where nil the facts were New Attraction. known, since the beginning aud "Well, what is it?" asked tho Judge, It fatigues the imagination of history,upon to dwell "It's jist dis way," explained tho caller It. ShakesHare makes the Duke of Clarwho had dropped lu before tho opening of ence dream that he saw as he sank in the the court. "You see, I am boss of tho dime channel museum round th" crmer here, and I have fearful wrecks, been liiivln the fat woman and tho living A tt.onmiml men A thousand that llshes gnawed upon, skeleton git married so often that it has be- Wedk'e.sof gold, tirvat anchors, heaps of pearl. come what t he profeah calls a frost n chests Inestimable stones, unvalued Jewels, nut. See? Now, I've heenthinkln that di- All scattered In the bottom of tho ten. vorce suit would lo about the proper thing And another imaginative writer has com to ketch tho jaspers, and I call id to see if I putisl that the trwisiirv sunk lu the ocean could git you to hold court fer do trial In since the Syrian mariner first dared the my place. I think I kin let you In fer 'JO jut stormy Atlantic far exceeds nil the precious cent of do gate money Is it a go?" In- stones and metals now on earth. But it Is dianapolis .Journal. the agony of living friends that is most to be considered The event ns it must neces-- jv - t?cat.. sarily be is so easily pictured to the mind. 1 lu Wretch. The iiassengcrs are sunk In sleep or unconnow OF TIIK MIFI) ll TAYLOII- - A TU'ICAL DKIIKLICT. scious of danger. here Is n terrific crash, a "2-mud and almluxs rush, erhapsa few till the danger Is now so slight as not to tie iigoniziug dread, perhaps even hours thought of by most travelers. lcelcrgsure of vain struggling, and all Is over. Xot one still a tiTnr. but the system of collision is lelt to tell the tale. and engine bulktionds, with water tight Thus it was, no doubt, with the pawn compartments, renders the twin screw gersol the which left .New York steamers practically iinslnkable, and with March It, Ibll, uith a largo number of pas- the present arrangements it f utmost rjr ,! sengers, including n son of tho Duke of Ilich for fire to get beyond control, dm v. niund and many others prominent in Xcw sider tliiitNi.OKi Americans go abtoad every N Vork and Loudon society. The year, and you will see that the Hroeutage WrP-- ' , Is, fimti the phenomena noted that season, of losses is no greater than on hind. that the vessel struck an iceberg aud sank Jkiiomi. Jacquin. at once. Similarly the steamship Pacific Mrs. Freshley Is this all you are going A TALL SNAKE STORY. of to give tne for my birthday? Why, Air. SSI, the Collins lino left Livcrool on Jan. 1S.",. with lSi passengers, and was never I'opley gave his wife a diamond necklace. Mounter Thirty I'eet of, Tho same fate Iwfell the An Mr. Freshley (henpecked) So would If again heard 1 hut l.cittf u Trull of Ice. City of filusgowand her 4t0 passengers In sho were my wife. Truth. IS.M. the steamship F.liu lu lb73 and the The town of Alexander, near Delphi, Ihiiious City of Boston In 18T0, So many Intl., has achieved a well merited reputaA Warning Voire. false and cruelly fale retiorts were pub- tion lu rontcuiKimry history as the scene "Clnribel," called out the old gentleman lished of her being sighted that mouths of the most reuiiirkublo natural phenomeIn a loud, rasping and emphatic voiru from pitsssl before relatives of the passengers non or l lie tallest suako story ou record. the head of the stairway at MtBU p. in., "you abandoned all hope. Then a Itoard from Mark Weston, a fanner, Is the witness, and tell that slick haired, tallow faced, spider the Boston's stores was picked up at sea on ho tells what he saw lu this way; legged dude in the parlor there to take his which wasH Just after dark I had occasion togoout scratched tneasagothnt Xo. 0 hat and walk oil, and If liu ever comes the vessel was broken up lu a gale and was to the barn, w Inch Is about 30 rods from the here again, by jocks, I'll kick him clear up then sinking. house ami nearer thu road. bad gone per through his necktie!" The pathetic story of tho Arctic is still Imps half the distance when I noticed some"Alfred," murmured the young woman fresh In the public memory, not so much on thing playing along the ground that looked pensively, "something seems to tell me we account of the number lost ns on account of like a triinemlous fiery snake. The object had better part." Chicago Tribune, the high standing of many of them in the crossed my path, and as It did so I felt the arts ami professions, the fact that tho cow- air grow niiuh colder, aud a moaning A Tent of Merit. ardice and insubordination of the crew and sound arose, like the sighing of thu wind firemen defeated all the measures of the of through the trees. I was terribly scared. A pretty )ong girl wns corrected ono day fleers, and the nll'ectlng sermons aud poems It traveled very rapidly and looked like For tupping her foot on tho lloor Whilo an orchestra played, nml tho pretty culled forth by the event. a large, ragged streak of fire perhaps .10 girl looked When one considers the area of the ocean feet long and IS Inches lit diameter. The At lliu ieal;er ami thought him Ixire. it would at first view seem unlikely that thing reached the bam and in an instant "I can't understand why object; two vessels should collide in mldocean as ran directly up In front of the building and TIs jiistitled sure on the whole. expected every moment to that bullets tired from opposing nrmies on the roof. For what earthly good is the imisio I hear should strike in midair. Yet bullets do thus see the barn burst into flames, but It did Unless It appeals to my sole'" strike and with Mtirprislng frequency, nnd not. I ho great fiery snake ran with rapidBoston Budget. vessels do tlitiA collide, the fact being thnt ity all over the building in almost every di the lines on which they run nre, after ull. rectiou I suppose a thousand times. It then Who IIhiI II? came to thu front of the building nud eleJohnson You ought to be careful about but a very small part of the ocean. Tho regulations are now so strict, how- vated Itself, end It stood straight ou its tail leaving your watch on your desk, old man. ao feet in the air. I was perfectly conSampson Why, don't you think It would ever, that vessels go from Xew York to fully Liverpool and return on two lines which scious all the time, but I could not move bu safe if I forgot it? Johnson I doubt it. The other day I are to each other as tho two sides of n very from the spot. After the thing had releft mine, and the next morning I had to long aud somewhat broken ellipse. Hence mained in nn upright position for three or it Is that nearly all the collisions for many four minutes there was a sudden explosion, ask tho janitor what time it was. Club. years past have been with "tramp steam-era- " like the discharge of a cannon, and the or slow moving sailers Thus the thing disappeared entirely. With the disThey Were Not Scared. appearance of the strango phenomenon I Old Gentleman Xow, you children, I'll felt a shock liko tho first one I had felt, tell you what It Is. if you mako any more and at the same, time 1 gained control of noise in front of my house I'llspeak to that my limbs. I hastened to the house, told policeman. my wife what I had seen, and she thought Chorus of Juveniles (much tickled) That Iw.iscrny, but consented to accomiiauy p'llcemnn! Boo! We ain't nfeered of Mini mo to Investigate the matter, gens. - squints, and" "Squints! Who squints?" "Why, Charliedoes, and" "Well, if he does squint, ho hasn't got red hair. If my fellow had hair as red as your Fred has, I" "Well," Indignantly, "If he has got red hair, he doesn't have to carry a telescope, or a compass, or a fleldghuss, or a sextant to Ibid out where ho is at. Charlie went down by tho electric light works at LUtlo Falls tho other night. Ho heard the engine in the works pulling away. Being nearsighted, ho couldn't seo where ho was. He was found there standing patiently in tho morn ing, ami a switchman noticed him and went up to him and asked him what ho was doing there. 'Waiting for the train to go by,' hesald, pointing to theelectric light works." "Oh, you mean thing! You Just made that up out of whole cloth. Anyway your Fred is accused of setting fire to tho buildings destroyed in Little Falls. I heard that he laid dowu in tho hay at the Hockton barn, and his hair set lire" As there was a strung prospect of a fight right at this txjint the observer got away from tho scene as quickly as- possible, Little Falls Budget. where did you get that lovely pin? I think it Is the prettiest thing I havo ever seen." "Well. I will tell you. Chnrlie gavo it to me but you must never, never tell. I told mamma that Ella B gavo it to me, for she doesn't believe In mo having a fellow. you Know." "How mean! I think your Charlie Is the sweetest fellow 1 ever saw, with tho exception of my Fred. You know that Charlie "Indeed I am not," indignantly. "Oh. TIIK XAP.OMC. There, for instance, wits the English ship Dispatch, "lost," as rejorted, on the way from the West Indies to Ixnulon, and neither seen nor heard of for 48 days. Yet she came in at last without tho loss of n man. Sho had broken her propeller and was at tho mercy of tho winds nnd waves till they drifUtl her to tho Madeiras, There, too, was tho old Hamburg steamer Sch hit, which was lost for 00 days, yet cam Into Xcw York all right. And an other White Star lino vessel, tho Celtic, was out 31 days In ISS3 without being sighted and was then found and towed Into Liverool by the Britannic. It is a curious fact that In the middle of tho Atlantic there Is nn immense region crossed by very few vessels of any kind, anil a lost one might drift thero a longtime without being sighted. Just three years Ago there was anxious waiting for news of the Thlngvalla liner Danmnrk, from Co penhageu for New York, with POO noss--n- rounded by the Frenrhdepnrtmentof Alpes. Marlt lines, yet IndejKndent for somo 8T0 years. The principality contains but six square miles now, yet the prince has an In como from the gaming tables, they ay, of ),O()0,0O0 francs a year say W.OuO.OCW, ot $1,C),000 to the square mile. From sunrise till noon the place is ideally quiet and beautiful. Crowds of tourists, clergymen, students and statesmen on ret predominating, arrive at tho station below, nre taken up by the "lift" to tho terrace of the Casino, walk and rest, breathe the soft, sweet air and gae over the blue Mediter11 ranean, Corsica Ulng visible In clear weather. Alxiut noon the gamblers, cocottesand demimonde of rank high enough to have escorts begin to arrive, hut the very nic people do not ull go. They havo a "curlo-Uy,- " you know By dark the dreadful pleasures of the place are In full operation. Crowds tiara poured lu from Xlce. Cannes and Mcntonc and new adventurers ure seen every day valued at f70,(M). Her crew from nil parts of he world. Tho crowdi consisted of Captain Pinny and nine men, are thickest alout the tables In tho roulette but no trace of them or their bodies ha hall. Sallow- - nml skinny old lings lay down been found. A total of W7 "derelicts" Is their coins with trembling liiiuds. Fresh rejwrtisl In the last five years, a truly infecInnocent young girls catch startling exhibit of the ratio of losses at and of tho place and "risk a fewthe franca." tion sea, and It N now proposed thnt the pasItcgulur gamblers win ami lose with the senger companies employ small steamers to same fishy eye or cold, stony stare which hunt for and destroy these floating dan marks them everywhere. Occasionally n gers. shrill cry Is heard, "Sucre nom do Dlcul" or It Is a pleasure to cloe with the assurance its eipii Valentin English, German or Rusocean travel on the regular liners has sian, as some ruined gnmhter dashes away that been growing safer every year for CO years The attendants hustle him out quickly, and Ids fate Is only to bo conjectures The average of suicides In the little principality a4-mast1 a pleasant thing to contemplate. Prnctl cally In this caso It saved tho Neptune. Again was the bow sighted on July 10 and Aug. IS. Meanwhile the stern had been sighted six times, nnd on Aug. 7 It ended Its career by sttuudingon Well's IhvicIi, Maine, having traveled due north 3.7) miles. The bow, with its startling upright bowsprit, is suppo-e- d to Imj still on Its wanderings. Another vessel thought to bo a "derelict" Is the coasting schooner Tecumseh, which left Baltimore Feb. IS, ISW, loaded with coal for Xew England xrt. A fort night later sliu was seen driving helplessly a furious gale, and week after that a vessel thought to be thu Tecumseh win seen apuireiitly hard aground on the Fen wick Island shoal, Virginia coast. Tho In stirunco companies took It as proved that she was wrecked there and ald tho loss, but If so It must have lieeii a very complete breakup, as no wreck was found. So sea men think she Is now a "derelict." She was one of the largest veds of her class, of tho Flying Dutchman. On tho British ship Fred B. Taylor was struck by tho German steamer Travo and literally cut In two, yet the parts hung together for it few days. Tho crew were nil saved. Soon after the British steamship Stunrt Prince encountered tho broken vessel, nud while sheering oil front it the captain saw the Iww nud stern break apart nt.d float in different directions. Next day the Dutch steamer Dulieldam signieit tne bow mi miles east of the scene of the wreck, and four days Ir'cr the British steamship Tin tar sighted It 100 miles west of where the Dutchman hail seen It. A few days later It was sighted again, nnd n rather grewsomo slgh It was. Tho bow stood out of the water at such an nugle that the bowsprit stood straight up, mat the heudsail was flying. It had now drifted fur to the north. At -' o'clock In the morning of July 13. the American bark Xeptune, a fust sailer, was at full sliced 10O tulles or so north of the place where the wreck was last seen when the lookout man suddenly shouted. "A wreck I Dead ahead! Dowu with your wheel hard down!" "Aye, aye, sir!" aud hard down It was nud not a second too soon, for tho dim black form of the "derelict" raked tho Neptune's side lightly and passed on, tho wltha mass or spars and cordngo drugging after It. Well might the eloquent Father Taylor cite the prompt response of the helmsman In such cases as an emblem of icrfcct faith. Front 11 sentimental standpoint it is Indeed legend GREATEST OF GAMBLING HOUSES. Immense) Fortunes Made nml Lost nt the Casino In Mtiilo'nrlo. Thero Is at least one plnce In Europe and equal where there Is a reign of lils-rtIty. If not of fraternity. There the cocotto nud hlglur ranks of the demimonde Jostlo tho duchess mid the most s. Irtuotis matron, young girls and hardened habitues of tho place sit side by side at the tables, and a lady of rank nmy often be seen studying the figures or or even In close confidential talk with a hardened roue, whom her husto her band would horsewhip for anywhere else That place Is the Casino at Monte Carlo, And Monte Carlo and Its suburbs cottstl ttite the wonderful little principality of l on one side by the sea, Monaco, barely quartering in Italy and almost stir-sis-uklnIsii-dem- Juno S3, IKE, '- iljiiiiiKiB Usit7iBV S"t " jS-"-- " . TIIK CASINO, Is 11 ifsFvjer -- 1 nilti-utcso- f !Bdjsatitt -- Mi. si V 1 y I'lu-nlet- it. W In the roulette hall there are 13 tables, but lu thu treiitc-c-l quarnntc hall only four, and the latter Is by far the more aristocratic. The building is magnificent. All the surroundings are to the last degree The course r forms of vice are to tx found uln little distance. In thoCondamlne quarter, where one Is really not obliged to go. The whole coast there and thcrrabouu Is pronounced by physician tho moat heal big region lu tho world for weak lungs, ami .M entoiu Is known everywhere as Eu rope's great rvort for consumptives. What shall Is- - done with Mouto Carlo? The reformers of Kuros' agitate the ques-tioevery jcar ami never realize tun ruling I If shrugs Ids shoulders nnd tlmt as sple will gamble mi) how It is ls'ttr that place should bu reserved for thu raci ulcer" and all that nrgumeiti we are so familiar with. why should lie lx evicted Ut start the iiiiltftiiiiuiu' So the game goes on, Hundreds uf Itiisviausaisl Frenchmen and a frw Italians, dcnimus ami Englishmen are utterly mined every )imr. But the cumiMiiy's prefU nre in winter IW),(X (ram n day, and the itruiee, as aforesaid nub.. uIhhu f l,ono,K) a yenr. u ts, reported at !U a )ear. slo-gan- t. ,. M A LIFE SAVING KICK. 11 1 ha-ti- ly I i Woman I'roiu C.Iu-r- s It lllio.rir. TheStnten Island railway has 11 big Ital Inn in Its cmplo) incut ns flagman at tho L'osebing crossing. Like most of his light heart cd countrymen, he loves to display hit knowledge of. English, of which his com mural Is adequate for ordinary puroc.H, though at critical moments ho Is apt to drop back Into his native tongue, lleceutly hi noticed a well dressed young woman attempting to cress the track Just as a train came along, liu shouted out a warning to her, but in bis excitement spoko Italian, She paid 110 uttentiou whatever, but coif Untied ou her way. Hum iiii Italian Susnl lid (, 11 iPM'v I 1 !' I. V--" ll''"ll jk - JISSSS VVJ 3 T?V r - rm --tox. n .! IT8AVK0 IIKRI.IFK. Why. that's father.' Exchange. "lga lloudotr Anuirltiik. "Ethel, Carrol Jllcks danced with 1110 flvo times Inst night. What do you think it TIIK CITY OK IIOSTO.V. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line to Jsckson and Vicksburg Miss., Shreveport. La., making direct connections without omnibus transfer for Dallas. Fort Worth Austin, San Antonis, El Paso and points in TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNM. For through rates, correct county maps and lu information call on Agent at Junction Cltyv Ky or address " D. COtATT. Trav. Pass. Agt., Innclion Cily,Ky D. G. EDWARDS. D. MILLER. G. P T. A., Traffic Mangr , Cincinnati. If ho wou his wager, it was only beChanged Conditions. cause he had been unublu to leave the cabin at the end of the hour and was finally Brown Why do you want mo to buy you hurled out by unseen hands, followed by n dog? You said you didn't want any only his dead dog and revolver, tho latter bent the other day. Into an Iron ring, a feat beyond the strength Little Johnny But sister didn't have a of human beings. pet cat then. Truth. These narnitives nro heard from every ono's lips. V.'htther they aro simply the Method In Her Muilnesa. result of somo undertaking to frighten Klio culled him blrdy, tovy dove. tho mountaineers nway from the vicinity And then, hiseje ivdlmmlng, of the old still, which is it secret to this Shu said, "Don't buy those trousers, deur; day, nml whero it is contemplated run.My htJJ drcsj needs reiriuMniuj;." -- Llf ning another, it is impossible to say. lle,h. "It means that he Is a man of much kindness of heart, my dear Maud." Brooklyn Life. means?" readied port. Another sourco of danger Is in tho "derelicts" vessels nlmnduued nt sea when wrecked, but cant Inning to float ami it is believed by seamen that a score of these nro still at largo in the north Atlantic. Thu actual history c iomo ot these equals the Arctic struck tho French vessel, tho Vestn, and the latter went under instantly, ns a common skilT might before a river steamer. Two British steamers, Iron vessels of 3.000 tons each, the Elphlnstoue and struck each other In a fog near Point uux Trembles on July 5, 1377. Both wero going at full speed nnd strucksqtinro-lbow to bow, ripping ou the iron plates like pine boards aud twisting- up the Immense stanchions liko so much pulp. The Elphlnstouu sunk, but tho Itedewater Itede-water, y - 1011 can imaglneoursiirprlsctiiM-ireaching the barn to find it covered with a remarkable network resembling large ropes of ice. They apKnrcd to pass around tho building in exactly tho way tho fiery monster hud passed. It was not Ice, however, but seemed to Iw more of n crystal, for It would not melt, even when wo held a flnmu to it, aud when struck with n hatchet it simply guvuadull sound and did not break. Who Can Heat This? Upon entering the barn we were amazed, One of Sir Charles Boss' Scotch hunters, as two good horses stoixl in their stalls immovable. They wero alive, but neither according to tho London Field, made an could move a muscle. They seemed to be extraordinary shot during the recent severe paralyzed and stood there more liko statues winter weather. He saw a largo number than mi) thing else. They were warm and of birds sitting ou thf Ice and got within CO breathed all right, but aside from tills you yards before he fired. Some of them rose could not tell they wero ulive. I applied as the gun was discharged, but those killed thu whip, nnd they never flinched. A dty numbered H, mostly plover. Tho gun hnd that slept in the bum was dead and ap- 11 bore of lH inches ami inrried a charge of peared conn 'etely pit ri'led. I Io w.is lying 4 ounces of powder and II ounces of No. 3 on the ground with his head ou his paws sho:. isothlugUbuul of what became of the hunter. just liktt ho was sleeping. n Thu situation was critical. Tho train was approaching rapidly, and there vas no time to lose. 'I ho heroic Italian Ucn resolved upon sacrificing gallantry jb expediency and gave the young woman a hard shove, following it up with a vigorous kick that carried tho damsel through tho air nnd landed her ungracefully In a rcud puddle on the opposite side of tho tracl Just In time to escape the train as it nnhed by Her lifu was saved, hut her fashionable attire was ruined, and, as she ruefully scram-ble- d out of tho mud, the woman looked us If she did not quite realize whether sho hnd been struck by the engine or net. '1 xmBBmmimkmS3mt i '.iJl. J - - -- , . ,J . r . - . r-- 1, - v .,. Wfttf' L5?. lUIERIORjOIIRNAL ' KSfFrir- - Kjfimfffvr Vy -- rfr n - l"Sp3j J5eViC3tiTjpipi(S-i- ' mnn"--"- " C'J1B'"Wl-l"w'- ', I ".lMI-WeEKL- Y TJlEUt FIRST FIGHT. IT WAS CORNED BEEF FOR DINNER THAT BROUGHT IT ABOUT. Thn Itinerant Man Telia th Mad Story of tlm llrlcf .tlarrlrd Cnrrnr of Fliirrnca Dcvrrnuz unit rrnllimnd AVortliloutoiu Why Tlu-- I'artnl Forrir. Copyriuht. 1H)3, Ky , Aran 7, 18!)3. j ti.o, wauton, hu, ManaKor pimples AND- - Blotches I FV'DENPB- That the blood is wrong, and that nature is endeavoring to throw off the impurities. Aothing is so beneficial in assisting nature as Swift's Specific (S. S. ft ts a simple vegetable compound. Js harmless to the most delicate child, yet itforces the poison to thj surface and eliminates it from the blood. "It M" "It Litln'tl" "I gucjis I by Charles H. Uwls. ARR - s) "You don't nectii to know putty!" "Ami I doubt If you know They hntl been tnnrrled 12 dny, nnd thin tvns their llrnt qimrrel. It wiMin their own cozy homo on Stmwhcrry nventic, rut llltiv tniUtl by the followinKdlnurnm, which lina never ninde n tour of thu Unltixl Slates before "Sotloll" knowl" I I ' i I contracted a severe case of blood potjo that unfitted roe, for business for four year. A few tank el bwlft's Specific (S. S. IS ) cured . J. CJonm, City Marshal, Fulton, Arkansas. TnatlM on Wood and Skin Disease mailed faw. bwirr Sr acute Co--, Atlanta, Ua. " IV) YOU WANT TO ADOPT A BABY 1 I I Mnylwi ynti think thU In a new tiuMneM, rndlmr out babies tin application ; It hits been done liefore, however, liut never liiivt ths furnished Imh'ii m ucnr tho orlgltutl suinplcus ttili one, UicryniH' will ciclKlm, " Well I Ihnt a trio swiftest Imby fever suwr' TliU ii engraving ran glio little ulnck you but a faint Idea of tbccxquUlteorlglmil. und-whlt- tt "v Llko most family qnnrrela, It begnti over trllle. They hntl corned iMTf for dinner. Thu yotitiK husband had nl;cd her If Miu would hnvc a hunk, nnd hIio hrul nweetly replied thiitconilK-o- f dldu tngreowlth her. , "Contetl lHff you my dear." "No. darling; I metin corn lieef." That wak the IteKinnltiK, butaliu! for thu rtidlnc, which will 1k relutetl further on. and that without extra cost to the reader. Llttlo did Florenco Devcmux imnglno as hho stood nt the alUir U'mIiIo Ferdinand WorthltiKton that within the brief upon of two months ho would seek to place his iron heel on her Mwuillko neck. His tyntunleal action nrotiMsI all thu bitterness in her nature, and Hhu determined to diu in defeuso of corn beef. On thu other hand, Ferdlnnnd Worthing-towas both Mirprlnl and IndlKiiaiit xttrprlsed that thu lair oung thing, n didn't even know how to tet a nit trap, should thus rashly form an opinion; indlg uant that hhu should flourish her knife in thu air nnd shout nt the top of her voice. It hu looked nt, but wasn't tho corned ft nu-uiin In-c- f ) nnd fork. 'So nro Iww the prlnrlplo of tho thing. Florence, you are treading on dangerous ground!" hu Kuld as ho laid down his knife promptly replied as she knockoloverthucatcliuplKjttluuIthherel tdio you" tippeuto any other scientist who takes a notion to tickle that beast under tho foro leg to see what epoch hu ought to bo clashed with. A CAX.UtD. Wu do not know the critter wh telegraphed east nnd wiht tho other tiny that wc had shot and mortally wounded lawyer Williams of thin town. Wo It Is n good thing for him that wu do not know him. The story a.s telegrnphisl Js a canard of thu first water and was sent nwny through idieer fnllce. As n mutter of fact, wo had nn Interview with the law ycr named. It was brief, but rather solid. A rumor reached our ears that tho Widow Henne.ssy of Prescott Hill was going tosue tin for breach of promise, and that Mr. Williams had taken her case. Please do not confound this widow with thu four or five others who have Institlltul suits against us and been mentioned in tht-s- columns. We are n singlu man nnd rather impulsive. Wheru n widow has had nnj thing like a legal casu ncalnst us we havo frankly acknowledged the corn and come down vrltu ft oui flft to $05 to settle thu affair out of court. In thin Instance wu knuw Mm. Hen-neshad no case. We havu frequently called at her adobe, as was perfectly proper, but thu conversation never once turned upon n tender subject, Wu always talked of the discovery of America, tho Invention of the telegraph and tho grand future In store for Ari.ona, mid when uu left wo took care that our of her hand did not exceed over two ounces to thu square foot, Jjiwyer Williams, ns is well known In this town, is a shyster and has no legal standing. When he discovered that wo were discussing science and eating peanuts with tho Widow Henneosy every Sunday and Friday evening, he sought an Interview with her and suggested a breach of promise suit and took It on shares. It is duo to the widow to evplaiu that she hesitated for several daj, and then consented only bccn'.se shu was out of sluice and knew not where to turn. Witliie'day forenoon wo called upon I .ivyer Williams. From the time we entered his ntHee to the mlntitu when hu tore up the pa; ers in the suit and (inked us as a great, fuior to Hiuke hands with him four niiutitfrt might have elapsed, but they wei-not o er to seconds long. There was no shooting, no wounding, no killing. He saw his mistake from the outset nnd was s rftetly willing to correct it. As his to Tlih Ktc Kt.lt was nearly out he tool; advantage of the occasion to renew it. and we Killed in thu most friendly spirit. Wo nru getting So tiiutli lor ' much. tlttdi f I a i.i;j made the lctlm of "our own corrtsp-nlfiit- ." nnd ahhooii nsthuiniprovo mei t tuoiir private graveyard are Hcoha'l go mi a hunting excursion. he-llepn-ssur- e n com-plrtid "Ah! I seel Plaintiff, eh?" "Plaintiff In n 'snultmi battery case, an we'd gwine to nin It fur shunh nu send de defendant to jail." "You seem to bo certain of your case." " 'Deed I Is, sah, an w'y not? I'zo got Ave ob my rclashuns on dat joory, nn if de sixth man doan' agree wld 'em my lawyer will let out dat he stole nigh two bales ob cotton from du compress last summer! Can't help but win, sah. Sorry 'bout do trunk, but I'zo got legal blzncns on hand an can't depopulate it fur nobody." M. QUAD. Ills Mind. "1 tell you, Jesop," said tho Fourth street lawyer to the Kim street real estate man as they passed thu banana stnnd on thu corner, "there's a fruit that is not properly appreciated." "What fruit?" "Tho banana," said he positively. "Why not?" usked tho other dubiously. "Why? Why? Man nlive, don't you know that the banana is one of tho greatest blessings a divino Creator ever showered down on humanity?" "Cannot say that I did." "Why, man, there Is ns much nutriment In onu banana ns there is in three loaves of bread It has leen proved by analysis. Tho fruit can bu eaten as it is, raw or sliced with cream or made into delicious ices or fried or baked. There is ii flno flour ('liiitiKc.l My teg jttt as tho nngels were going to get 'INSTIGATOR DOBBS.1 tip n big purse shows what kind of a man you are! I don't want nothing moro to do IllcoTer t New rrofemlon and with you or this crowd. It's a wonder you Detect Separato Two living Hearts. didn't pick my pockets while I was climbJoe- Dobbs loved Ella Deo nnd confided in ing thu golden stalrsl" her. As ouoresultof his lore and confldenco ho is now in the Long Island City jail, Hntl IBal Iliislnm. where Klin is also confined. Joe is n lucky I wanted my trunk taken from tho depot mnn, or rather was, for hols now decidedly to thu hotel at Seltna, Ala., but when I "down on his luck." IIo has two profesasked thu only drayman nliout it he replied: sions. He is a trained hospital nurse nnd "Sorry to discomtnodato yo', boss, hut never had any trouble getting employment, 170 dun got to go up to do cotehouso right ns the various Infirmaries in nnd around nwny. I'zu had papers sarved on me." New York seemed to bo in need of just such "Some legal business, eh?" n mnn whenever ho was seeking employ- "Yes, Mih, legal blzness." "Witness Inn case?" "No, sah; It's a heap higher up dan dot." "Going to sign n deed perhnps?" "No, sah. Couldn't sign if I wanted to, coze I can't write." "Diawn on n jury perhnps?" "No, snh. Beln on du joory hain't nothln to brag ob. Beckon yo' can't hit it, an so I'll tellyo'. I'zu dc plaintiff In a lawsuit, sah, an I'zo got a to lawyer whose gwine to call me his cllentl" 1 CIVILCENGINEER, Stanford, - - Kentucky, Offers his professional services to the people of eiRhi years' experience In the business. Itefers totheHrst National liank of btantord, where ho can he lound. le. - thlsiectloi.. Has bad Carriage Painting & Trimming I am again reapy to do all kinds of Carriage Painting and Trimming Can be found at Daugh-erl- y s shop, ready to serve the .public promptly and well. 4 JOHN B. DeNARDt, Stanford. i ESTRAY. There came to my place about 3 months ago a Ked Heifer Calf. Owner can get same by paying $2 for this notice nnd the feed bill. 1 I JOHN M.HALE, 9 Stanford, Ky. 'J Cf mes to you every other day In the year for only $2. The cheapest and best paper in Kentucky. 50c gets it three months. Address Tub Advocatk, Danville, Ky. T. r. l 1 r.STKAUB,"lK. ELLA DEE. CLARK II lie furtil'liitiK' IntiMtinst lh univo niul iru . for tho .h'llo luuilly. ami while lH'inorcCn Is not fiithlniiMitirriIno, lln f ifhlou iiiki- - iiit p r fivt.unil woirUojnu, Ixtt rMf,iill thoinit-tini)o- ii imd wlh to uAliiilnir the . In miy clw joii .h S'lul In oi:ih, only $?. nml you will nitlly tin iillilllii'r. irpl ovit JJS'n ,lii'. AiMn-sW. Jcnnlnir IKuvrit. IS llth V irk. -i unuttiunlntril with th uh If Mn'rurluis i ii'i l n tn ' fiiruH."ulint' copy rvn line innttrr, did not correct you. Iast night when you called it 'tendcrllno' of pork I kept Hilent, Kven m hen I Itcanl you painters or intuyuic nro to neimcn ioiimo csplnlnlng to your young brother t lint fanw ho iiW rilxi to lleinonv t' Viimlly .Mngiu ning mills tunas) out palm leaf fans nil rlno for lxt, The reprodiHttoint inittmt IX) ready for iimj . only milled tit your told (nun tho orlirlnnl. which cost ((. n tut Hut, Florene', I havo put my foot Itivhw . 'ili"' luibj-nre tho Nitnu Im V Inno liframi BtMiiiti'ly llfUko corned beef." it rKtmflon, to al) In ilurltiir twi, other urvut to our bjr don u nt nujiii torn btefl" hhu protcsttsl. "You inriuiih "I Hnyronietir' iirliitrtlxtantVrcy Inrun.Miuiil iliimi litvr. with Iiul DcMlrmiiK, mill othonof worlil wlmt "And I wiyconil" renown. 'HtWo CIIIJ inn innii'l" of Stung to the quick by her obstinacy, he wriliililiirlnx thi imiI jinr, " A Viml of I 'nil- the piece of Us'f from tho plntternuil urilll'l" I'V ltx" Mint " A WJjtto IIOIIM? ui.J oil will i n iluriiioii. ) wlloof hurled itnt her auburn head. MadduutsI i ttuxiti wlmt our pnimiv-by his Mrvun,eiii-HH- , hhodoilgisl, picktsl it tip IVnilly nnd M'lit li wlilr.lng nt his clie.stllllt curlsa iriillctjr ol M.iHiuluo for IKI will jKM-iinlslto morkof iirt i f tiniit iilui. Uiriili n I y rii In Miimi.lno that cnniiot be the world fir lb Ixiuitiful illii'tnilk n hiiiI ' l will lif'picroi,. JL. I yp- " T& N ulijct mutHT.lli.it on nil tin topic of tho iln. nml till the fHtiii'l OtffnnMil Item of Intcitft alxiiit thu 1heextiil-Itfn'prodUCtlotH- which we propovito send to you, trnncrxr tat Ion pa! I The llttlo ilnrllnir it pillow, nnd U In tho net of (Intwinir iitT Ha pink ock, tho matnof which hns msii pulled i!t ami lliuiz tuddo with n trtiiniphntit voet. Pie flesh tint are perfect, nmlt lit1 ('to follow jrou.no matter wberv you Maud. tills grrnlivt mlutliig of Il.a iVmigh alio tiKnt ceiehrutcd of modern " I'M A DAISY." mean btx'f which has been" "Noonoevcr sK';ik of corned beef!" she 'When they peak of corned leef they THE SAME THING He Uus In lb.. W'ur, lint As 'L'p tothis time," ho continued In u voice quivering with emotion,"! Imvc overlooked Interrupted. tliln't l)rn a ofnllmeklll your mistukiH. I Yu.sterday when you sjioko of 1 iuno-coiica- - !, IT- -J iin-.'t- i'n-ii'lt'- tit H-- rii(xolif)i'itM.-rit'ofiirl)riiiori"t,- i' w - jnwt-n- .V.ttit,)i I l sat on tho tavern veranda nn old man, who had n painful limp and was obliged to tlsu a ciiuc to assist ills gait, anno along niul halttsl to say: i "Mebheyo would llkuto help do oloman outer his 'What is your fix'" "Dun gotnouudiM In de wall, snh. I)e inemy he llred on mu tin hit mn in dat (nt wld bird shot " "Then j on went in thu war, ehf" "Yus, shIi." "Do joii draw a pension?" "No. sh." "If- that a few bird shot should disable I ou. What do thu doctors say alsiiit your noiind" "Wall, dat DocUih Itenshinv ho dun pick Ioiiim'Ih'I! or eight shot nil sny dat I'll be nil i ight in lo' weeks, but de olo man must hev lliiurnud meat, yo' know." "Look here. Moses, what war weru yon col-orts- ll" uj-tihu- ihoM, UtIiIm l tr, iir -o- i:t s GOOD PAY ! r FOR GOOD WORK ! "Why, tint wall up at Kuniel Kyle's, Msiut six msjks ago. Didn't jo' h'nr 'iMitnltr' "No." So they parted forever. He left the 1iou-"I was dun gwine to see de kernel. It by onu door just as shu left It by the other, was in de night. I was gwiuo past du and each went out Into the cold and cruel Mnoki'lioiiM-- . De kuniel had a nigger dar night to meet never again In North Ameri- nld a shotgun, an he lifted up tint gun an ca. Relatives sought to bridge the chasm ihotttd me in de flit." hy calling It "salt horse" and "pickled bcel.' but Itwas In vnlti. There lllllsthavu taxMi occasions n hen the night dark nnilnild and tho raindrops pattered and the n lilppoomilt titteted Ins mournful song that they regretted they had not had furdluuer that day, but If so neil her ever admitted it. In ci.o they hud shu would probably havu contended that It was a fish which had sent C. O. 1). U-ei- i in" For Ladies or Gentlemen ! THE ARIZONA KICKER. . Any Otlirr Man Who Tacklm thr Ilpur Will Not firl llmiUKi-t- , FAllt Waiinino. list neek that old According lo rc?ulLi nccomplUhed ; wheolborsc of progress, Major Scott of Bon-to- n Valley, sent it a don n a present of a bear about n year old. Wu were not in addition to n liboml com tuition of exactly III need of a bear of any age, sex or twenty per cent. speclea, but we ncceptcd this one in the spirit tendered nnd chained him to n stake Alfo in the back yard of TlIK KlCKI.IE olllce. Wu supposed every resident of this town was "KUIVKLCTM OUT." more or less posted on bear nature, and GUESS PREMIUMS "Old 1 supposed you meant tho civil war therefore neglected to put up any signs of nil tho time. That's a different thing." FOR SUBSCRIBERS, warning While no were at church Sunday "No, snh jest do same thing. Kuniel Blackmail, Mho is a urn out and said I orter ktioned better, tin forenoon No Imiiossili!ii!cs or I'iit'ortahi-tins- . standard authority all overthlsteriitoryon tint next time I'd bu killed fur shunh, jest the garden of Kdeti, Noah's ark, thu gla- like (ley do in wall. It's nil du same thing, Every thing I'air, Honor-cblc- , cial epoch and other interesting things, 'cept I don't git no pension." to dlHcoverourlxaraud cliinlK-- over "I'll give you two bits If you'll answer rieaMiut Prospectx. :iiid Positive. Pluin the fence to Investigate. Tho honored and onu question. How farwero you from the Silvtrspoon Isjoursister at home, Wilrespected geiitlemnn Is still too feeble to smokehoiisu when you weru hliot?" Pee proniuuiif' in Site lie "How fur? Didn't I dun say it was jest Willie Slinison Yes, I believu shu is. was right iude as Kline as In du wall Silvcrspuoii Then I vill take my overt'.oali, oh course! Doau' reckon I was hidin coat off, Slie isn't engaged, is alio? buliiu a feueo like a patriot, do your" Willie-- No But she says she will bu if you keep on coming here. Club. Nut It Ciiml Subject. (.four Kointh Amninl C'cntt-s- uinnng ! After a good deal of coaxing, with the .linking It All Itlght. promise of n quarter whether it succeeded Algy Wngltmld, what did you say, you for Inrgtrt ilubs. uts or not, thu old tramp consented to let tho know, when jott went pwesented to thu doctor sec if hu could hyptiutiu him. Wu Pn Ineo of Wales. ii- -i An Ajjf'v f.r the- Wixki.y took him around back of thu depot and sat Beginnld Why, deali hoy, thu first thing him on a barrel, and thu doctor looked him I did was to npologiu for thuAuiewicau lNi'Uir.iut ia a piufitublc biiMncff. It is In the eye and madu passes before his face wevolutioii. Life. und dually asked: the liMt eehool in ti.e world to prtpan you nslccpf" "Are A Mndi-ri-i IHqtlUltc. enfl for u busiiipf? contact with the "Y yes," sighed the old man, whoso ejus She Don't you think his manners are n ere closed. to biitincNi very easy? public, n 6tcppiii-6ton"But can you hear what I say" He Very, very. Admirably adapted for "Yes." (jiiulification nt:d future prosperity. beginners. Vogue, you think you are" "Where do "In heaven." Wc want good Agents to solicit for Thu Sweet Girl Graduate. "What do you see around you?" riih?eriptiotis. Tho iiidiiccmciitj ar "I stun railroad depot. Theio are cars -- Tls hard to tell," tald I to Annette. "What fome eoplo do w 1th their money," marked L. & N. It. It.' I am surrounded Theru'b my brother Ned, ho is always In debt. extra good. JtATISO FUN WITH TlIK HKAIt by eight or ten irngels." And she answered, "Ain't It funny" mnko any c.xphitialloiiH, und wu ennnnt "Aru thu angels playing on their harps?" ENQUIRER COMPANY, thereforu delermlnu whether he mistook asked thu doctor, who looked rather pttz-leI took the mnld to Nlngura falls, Wheru io watched the rapids shoot tho cinnamon for ii fossil telle of thu drift CINCINNATI, O. "No. It's their day off, 1 guess. They In grandeur over tho granite nails. period or n find bearing on thu history of And sho murmured, "Ain't it cute?" tho clilf dwellers. At any rutu hu and thu are talking, though." bear had a few minutes' fun together, nnd "What are they saying?" nus yelling with all his might. The "They nro talking alxmt raising a purse when wo got there bruin was on top, nnd our And tears iIum n his cheeks nuro running, mosxsxoxexaoxixsxo esteemed fel low townsman wusclothed'only of Ki to help me get to Cincinnati to see my And she said as no gazed on the sorrowful sight For a moment, "Ain't bu cunnlug?" In his shirthand. We nro sitting up with M ife lieforo she dies!" him o' nights and giving him medicine "lxok here, you old scoundrel, you have I gnve to Annette a damask rose, i0.', r.T in nn .'" . .".r r '".' every hotir, and wo shall pay all expenses, been playing off on mel" exclaimed the For with love I m almost cruzy; but wu don't proposo to take any more doctor as hu yanked thu man oil thu barrel She held ft under her shapely noso "aii I iiwrklliiK ait Tcsl lii.truniciitat uhir i chances. We linvo surrounded the bear and put his hoot against him. And gurgled, "Ain't it n dido" ...tiiece.iii iut, thcliulliiit "iirinriio with plain, readable signs of: "Beware''' "I want my quatter!" Tho only time that she spoke aright ...... ... "Tako it and go!" tllPKrC'IK'-vi"""'"Look out!" "Dangerous!" "Keep away!" Was when I went down tho street Itluit lt.nielc.iult. 'O.I"l'.lr,V?'V UitrAl! "I will, and I'ii remember your meanness And bought her some caramels one night. "Don't monkey with the cinnamon!" etc., ' dr- .- all orUr to KCIIU. HromlwarTlieutro llulldluit, N. Y. and wo wish to udd that wo will not as long as I live! Tho Idea of fooling around And she said to me, "Ain't they 6weet?" Niw York Press. SjsjisswascaowKKSMsattMM'i hold our&.'Wes responsible for what may mid sending mu to heaven and then pulling $5 to $500 Cash! tt for breadstuff's madu from it when dried; sansago and beer can bo made from the pulp properly prepared; the julco of the peel contains a substance thnt makes a really indeliblu Ink and another acid thnt makes better vinegar than tho best applo cider. "And that isn't nil out of thu tenacious fillers of the peel a textile fabric is now being mndu which possesses remarkable strength nnd flexibility nnd Is of unusunl And that Isn't all, either when 1 was in New York I found 0,000 men employed in making" dust then his feet struck something long, slim, slick nnd slippery lying upon theside-walHlsumbtvlln flew out of his hand, and he kicked an ash barrel over into the glitter as hp fell. And when ho leaped furiously to his feet thu only thing the by sWitiders heard him say was: "Dot! gast a banana anywayl" Cincin- caught masquerading ns a consumptive at nati Commercial Gazette. thu Flatbush (N. Y.) hospital, hoping thus to escape urrest. This was Barney Dougherty. Kiln Dee "gave him away," and he Injured Itejuinl Kepitlr. The lissom form cf the beautiful woman in turn "peached" on tho rest of tho gang, was shaken by tho convulsions of hergrief, who had nil refused to talk. It is ti habit the detectives havo when and tho llxcd look of dumb, hopeless misery in her dark eyes was pitiful beyond they get hold of u criminal who keeps his mouth shut, to hunt up "the woman iu thu words. "Marlati, Marian, for your owu sake be case." Onu of tho detectives discovered calm," entreated her friend ns Miu knelt by that Dobbs had n mistress named 1.11a Die, employed as a cook by a family in her hide nnd tenderly removed the hands who that covered tho hot, tear stained fnco. Brooklyn. Klla had been a patient in a hospital where Joo was a nurse, and after "Tell me what it all means, dear." "1 cannot, I cannot," was the dull, listless her rtcovery hu devoted himself to her, reply. "No no, I never can tell any one." though he hail a wife living in the City of "You must you shall," insisted thu oth- Churches. Kiln hud n handsome knife er llrmly. "I cannot bear to see all the which Dobbs had given her and which the brightness crushed out of your life without ollicer found was onu of a lot that had been sharing tho burden with you, sweet. Per- stolen from a store in Oyster Bay, N. Y., on thu samo night when the stations at Glen haps It will muko you ftel better." "Nothing can do that now. But I will Head, Sen Cliff and Locust Valley on the tell you. It Is best you should know all Long Island railroad had been robbed. You you remember that horrid The deteetlvu thought Klin knew somecreature from Cadillac nhom I engaged ns thing of these robberies, and after Dobbs cook hist week? Oh, I thought shu was had been arrested devoted himself to her such a paragon. So young and modest und for an evening. A few drinks of whisky dainty iu her ways! 11 hud every confi- and n little flattery induced her to talk dence in her, and this morning I happened about her lover, und she incidentally mento step into tho dining room just ns there tioned Dougherty and told where he was. was a great crash iu thu kitchen. 1 opened Then tho detective gracefully conducted the door quickly and saw my new soup her to thu Long Island City jail, where her tureen lying in fragments on the floor nnd lover already was, though sbudid not kuow it, nnd where shu has since refused to sny my husband kissing tho cook." anything thnt can bu of service to tho po"The monster!" hissed her friend. "Yes," sobbed the stricken woman. "It lice. Then tho detective turned his attention was the loveliest piece of china in thu to .Mr. Dougherty. On being told that Klla house." Grand Rapids Democrat. Dee and Jou Dobbs were utider arrest, and knowing that thu woman would sacrifice A Wonder. he concluded to turn him to save her First Citizen I tell you he's n wonderful stale's evidence. lover, iol!ce think his testiThu pugilist. mony w gang of safu Humph! Second CitUen Who's he crackersill convict thu worst thnt litis operand general burglars licked? "Nobody us yet. But hu's been whipped ated around New York iu many years. If it dot-s- , Mr. Joseph Dobbs, professional nurse IS times." nnd e.pert "instigator," will not bo ablu to "Then, why is he so wonderful?" either "Hu has never onco tried to explain why practice come. of his professions for some J cars to he was beateul" (juipst k. s ment. But even while nursing tho sick Joe was able to practice his other profession, thnt of nn "Instigator," and as one of the young gentlemen connected with him in n business way suggested, "tho smoothest in stigator out of jail." But .loo was not out of jail, for thu police lind already nabbed him and thus put it iu the power of the press to Inform nn expect ant public what nn "instigator" Is. In the sense in which it Is used to describe a pro fessional nu "instigator" Is a man who plans robburies for other men to commit. seldom taking any nctlve part in them himself. In this profession Joe was nn adept, asn list of 18 postotlice robberies within M mllea of New York city, nil planned by him, amply proves. These were nil "Instigated" nnd committed between Jan. 1 nnd tho time of Joe's incarceration a few days ago In Ixmg Island City. But Joe's genius was not devoted solely to postofflccs, for within the samo brief period he has given considerable attention to various stations on the Long Island railroad, and numerous small burglaries, sldu issues as it were, nre placed to his credit also. Two of these small burglaries ultimately led to tho detection of Jou and his confederates, for whom the detectives had been searching uuavailingly for mtiny weeks. A tailor shop robbery In Brooklyn led to a raid on a dilapidated house on High street In that city, on which the police had looked with suspicion for some time. Tho plnce was found to lie thu headquarters of a gang of burglars, und the police waited around until they captured flvu of them. Dobbs they caught on Staten Island, whero he had just secured a situation at thuSuilors' Snug Bui Ixir hospital. Another of the gang was STR&tTB&CO., .. PRACTICAL,.... Plumbers 'and"; SteamJ Fitters. I Dealers In all kinds of Iron and Ilrais Goods for steam and water. Sanitary Goods of all kinds. AU work guaranteed against defective material and wigrkmanshlp. 37 Hales Well For Sale OK5EENT. We will sell trrcnt this well known resort, three miles south of btanford. There are 70 acres of Land, a Hotel Building and live Cottages, besides a good stable and other outhouses. The water is the best in this section, as every one who has visited Itcan'altest. Wiil give immediate posses- sion. A. L..,S)l'UONAMORB, 4 Hubble, ity. DR.MOS. HAAS' Hog & Poultry Remedy 1. . . . Used Successfully Fifteen Years. Will arrest disease, preven'a disease, expels worms, stop cough, increase the flesh and hasten maturity. Prices.- $.50, St. 35 and jo cents per package; can Ji 50. The largest packages are the cheapest. For sale by A. R. PKNNV, 07- Stanford, Ky. - ' JAMES YEAGER. THOMASYEAGER. YEAGER & YEAGER, liver?, :::d and m stable, Ofcra House first-class STANFORD, KY. We are In our new stable in the Itlock and are well supplied with NEWjiRIGSiAND HORSES Havebecn purchased and nothing but turnouts will leave the stable. 37 Give tlicni a Call. 'fl ..TAKE THE., rfflffiffiffinfHI MJbaiwwi )flCJI5VUlt .ww LmCACaiCUQ- ! 1' - b' THE POPULAR AND DIRECT LINE TO 2eorcAG(09 WORLD'S FAIR Vltitors, remember thn Monon is the line, with Yrstlbuled Trains, Dining Cars, Palace Chair Cars, Pullman Hutlct Sleepers, at lowfst rates. For information aildros IAS. DARKER, O P. A , 'Chicago. V G. CKUSH.jD. P A.. Louisville WeeKiy mm t o 1 At I Kfm fcgKUi Scientific American Itrncelct Made of Human I.lps. Agenoy for M. Jules Clalue, who recently returned from thu island of Sumatra, n hereho madu an exploring expedition for tho French lieographical society, tells sonio curious things of the natives. The hu says, aru excellent metal workers and Ijx ' m'.mkW kLLW K WM CAVEATS. make some unique jewelry.' Their govern- I TRADE MARKS, mjkKWVmWW ment is practically republican, thu heads DESIGN PATENTS, XSJlflzW of families electing tho village chiefs and t(U COPYRIGHT!. thu village chiefs electing a grand chief I'or Informal ton And f rco Handbook write to MU.NN A CO- - Sol llllOAUWAT. KKW Yotttt. who rules thu nation, which numbers 20,000 patents tn Atncrltn bureau for souls. Ci iinu is rare among them, nnd thu Oldest patent takensecuring tia is brought beforfs Krcry out by pennlty of death Is not inflicted. Their re- tto public by a notice given iixo ox durge iu tha ligion seems to bo only a vague Ixdief in the immortality of thu soul. They have no priesthood, but worship small wooden idols. Funerals aru conducted by placing Largest circulation of sny scientific pnrsT In tho Illustrate!, tin Intetlleent world, X.I. tho remains tdoft on n bier, leaving it to man should bo without tt. Weekly.N.N 00 a A CO (UKJitlx months. Addres it II become a skeleton, after nhich the skull is 'L'J'U&ueux.UUI Broadway, .New YortClty. preserved In a collin. The lips nru in somu cases preserved to Imj madu into bracelets as n magical charm potent iu warfare. Thu A, Batak htinn- - are literary, having manuscript iHiohs written on lximbooorsheeps' W If Bntak-Karos, Tl Wr H bhollhU'i blades. fltdSi jyj C!P-c- A L.Ktory ol Z.i:iiiiiIi-- . d. The Kgyptinii government has decided to present the six grvttt Ktiropcnu powers tilth tho mummies of the ti';h priests of i .: ion, "frund two jvn.-- s ao in upjier ;, t I hi s.- ttv.tin i 1. bu divided It ii a id dij wu f : . : tho repre- i London, Paris, e of t'.v m,t.&. Petersburg. Ji.t.e. BciUl-- , Ylv..uu 1 it-'- .. - l: u m&& iP s I i i.! ' .. iJtu;i'.'i?j . r---- - "' I lien a ti.i ftrvi.ri V. s fund One. Chicago wi:i in n i i tlawakeued t by a bad tltvni.i .:. ; . v that thu 111 It ii wh! home was ret tigas. Investigation hhoni-- lhf n maid who attended tho children if the in nlv '.- 1 V. 1 A 'AJUL -- AT- 28 Shop, - Jesse Thompson'sJJBarber i: turiicdoa tin Tho bid dream snud the Ms-id- . 1 five persona. itot arning itoff. ut least There are three of the best Itarbera in the State 1 here are also excellent lUth Rooms run In connection. Agent lor Lexington Steam Laundry. .'v;,j 3?F!!jw'v-wt- ? TVVt" "' - r, Vf.-?C- 1,.,,1-ii.j.- . ... ugiy,- - ... 'i.. ,r- ei, . " . (, uni'si1.." "'M'fff'itjt ij.ipn I'm' UgpjPli ni in iiitijHtMWfipBWftliMK, (P Semi-Week- . THE WOIlIiD'S FAIR RODTE. H. & D and Monon Botwoon Charley Noma on J family will move Tho O. Cinnclnnntl and Chicago. on Richmond into the Herring property The superior train service and fast time of (ho 11. from Cincinnati and Chicago via the ubllsbod Every Tuesday and Friday street and Mr. Ogg, the photographer, train and Monon, earn for that line the title C. the of & 1) AT ' It is the only linerunninR will movo into the house vacated by .Mr. World's Fair Route 12-tl ana cats ly Interior Journal ADVANCE LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. HOB,S3 STOLEN". nrdt-uary NEW STOCK OF V ' J PHUi YKVIt so paid sfWheu not 32.60 will le charged.SH K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train i.aes Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returnltf $ito p. m. L. A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ll train going North ti 37 pra " " South ujpm 11 31 Pm zpretttram " South .. " ' North .....33im ocal Freight North .710 am ....... j 30pm South..-' Th latter traint alto carry passengers. The above is calculated on ttandard time. Solar ti na if about to minutei fatter. . On the nijjht 01 March ajd a 1IAV HOUSE, t years old, heavy mnno and tail, knot on lelt hind let: slight collar mark on left shoulder; in condition; shows harness marks. A lihrral reward will be given for said horse or for Intorma dining 1'ullman safety vestibule trains Jennings. between Cincinnati and Chicago and the sleepers tinn concerning him. II FISH, Crab Orchard. 8 A. acme of l'ulltnan Mr. B. F. Hudeonand family moved and compartment cars are tho of the World's anil reurrsentstive of these trains to the Denny property on Danville street Fair, as duplicatesTransportation will be on ex-A lluildinc In the Cunningham and Ben- hibition Fair Album will be sent to any address this week. Jim World's : or the Ohio River for ten cents in stamps; ton Ashley have returned from an ex- south address north of the Ohio River for fifteen to any and InformaFor albums, tended prospecting trip through the cents in stamps World's Fair rates address trip tion regarding a West. McCormick, G. P. & T Act., "World's lair Black horso ii years old, 1G hands high. Ohio, Sinn! by O. 1'. Clay '2:S. Mrs. Jennings and daughter, Miss Route," soo West 4th Street Cincinnati 1st dam Kiln B. by Win. Welch 311. Lizzie, will move to Paint Lick the first Salve. Bucklln's Arnica - in th of next week to resido in the future. Mrs. world tor cuts, bruises I'd dam Kate by Gills Vermont. Tii. ..I letter, salt rheum, fever Jennings' son, Will, who is one of the sores, ulcers,chilblains, corns tores,all skit, chap IU tin in tliorougbred. erup and ped hands, or no pay requirO. F. Clay (put 11 in the 2::W 1M last best boys in the world, is engaged in tions and positively cures piles, guaranteed to piw perfect tatiif actioc ed. It is business there. or money refunded. Trice 1$ cents per box. year) by Caliban dam Soprano by Strath-morWin. Welch by Hamiltouian, 10. John Robinson's circus will exhibit v0r sale by A. R. Penny, Sunlord, KV. Barnes is a very handsome and (.pcetly in Lancaster some time in June. For Gingham Sateens, Irish Linens. V Y WHITE GOODS AND LACES. BARNES 21739. Ft). Custom will : Made CLOTHING Call : Shoes, It .. FOR LADIES' AND GENTLEMKN. v.- -.! .- For Men, Youths and Children, cost you nothing to look. and examine our stock. e. TOT. E. PERKINT9, QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Trains pass Junction City as follows: d No. 1, Limited, 12:25 p. m ; No, Special, arrives 8.40 p. m. No. 5, 3, Q. & C. Special, 12:27 a. m.; No 7, Fast Mai!, arrives 12:43 !' " leaves 12:43 p. m. North-boun- d Special, 3:20 p. m.; No. No. 4 leaves at 6 a. m, ; No. 6, Limited, 3:13 a in No. 8, Express, arrives 1:32 p.m., leaves 1:32 p. m. South-bounBlue-Grass several years past it has been stretching its canvas in Danville, but as the show has been so greatly enlarged this season it cannot afford to stop at such small villages as Danville. long-face- j.QiC, HUBBLE. r visiting in the lledgeville neighborhood. 3( milrs from HiMtoowlle, on the llustonvillo Electric Dtttors. Dr. O'Neal reports Mrs. James Cox and so This remedy is becoming so well knownAll who and Bradrordsvllle Turnpike, convalescent. J, . Crow, Mrs. James popular as to need no special mention. song or same Hitter, ng have used Absolutely Spoonamore and Miss Bettie Spoona-more- , praise. A Electricmedicine sdoe. the ejst and It Is At $7 to Insure a Living Colt. not purer I.1 is cUin of Beuna Vista, are visiting rela- guaranteed to do.11all. that nf the Liver. and eel icDick Klmore, Jr , has proved himself a fine Kid:i .:.... Rheum and breeder. tives here this week. n .Vwiii remove Pimples. Do.!.. Salt by impure blood; will A cream of tarter baking powLein retained on colt for season money. Money Mrs. Annie HollzcUw is out again other affections caused iviirm and ttrevcnt aft : if ",. :;,.ll m. a,it., feve For cure ol Head- - dueifinareis parted with or btiJ to another der. Higest of all in leavening after some days' confinement. 1.1 Mrs. "'.7. strength. Latest United States Hunter House, of tho Hedgeville neigh- ache. Constipation and Indigestion, tryorhlectrlc horse. money RICHARD DOWNEY, Bitter-- . Entif satisfaction guaranteed at A. K. (aovernment rood Report. Price 50c Kllithurg, Casey Co., Ky borhood, is on the sick list. Miss Helen refunded.drug store and J per bottle Penny's ROYAL BAKING POWDER 00., Thurmond is having a splendid school here now. James Kngleman gave us a 106 Wall St., New York. hasty call Monday and Tuesday from STANDARD. A. S. Madison.. Greenberry Bright, Sr., has CastorK Koalcd Ma ao, 1SJ4. II loo J bay. black legs, gone back to the old place to live with When Baby was tick, wo pave her SURGEON DENTIST. heavy mane and tall, 16 hands high. a Child, ah cried for Castori. bis grandson, J. W. Bright, since he When rive Sired by the world renowned Red Squirrel, the Office over McRabexts Dru; Store in the t When she became Silas, aha clung to Castoriv moved into his new dwelling. Owsley Building. greatest saddle stallion on earth. The winner of had Children, she gf ve them Cactorla. Stanford S. Dunbar is clearing his farm of When the three pritcs al St. l.ouis, Mo , fair, as the best saddle stallion any age. Premium 75. Second as stumps by using dynamite, which tears cc 33 the best saddle stallion, mare or gelding any age; them out and leaves them on the surpremium J150 Third as the lest model utility face. G. A. Swinebroad has bought an, .. stallion, mare or gelding any age; premium 130. The more Chamberlain's For the painless extraction ?of teeth and other it liked. Weknowo nootherremedy A success not achieved by any other stallion on minor surgery. 1 have tested its virtue sufficient other family horse for about $100. Mrs. is good when earth before or since, living or dead R. C. MOHGAN, D. D. S. that always elves satisractlon It ly to know Fannie Ball bought a 4 year-olwork you first catch cold. It is gooo. wncn ,,,, . good n Red Siiuirrel sired br Ulack Squirrel, by liUck your ungsare sore. It horse for S3. Some of our farmers are seated and Kagle Ac 9navir pviii any 1.. ..irH..i.i.... . talking corn planting, but none are so doien Ol 1. anu. cyJ V.l Ii Wen nalisl action Blue-Gras- s : Red Kagle'stlam, Rowcna Webb Rustell by II , - ...-.- l, l.,l.m-iI. II ... tU.S.T,. foolish as to plant much yet. Wool will c. l'l"''"'"iirneirisis. junnrm ., Funk's Suinpter Deniuork, was never delealed w. Minn. 50 cent bottles lor saie Dy a alktng ring by stallion, rnare or gelding. be bought and received here at the high- Druggist, fetatitord. Spring, 1893. Red KagU will be permitted to sctveja inarra, est market price this season. Grinding t My wife was con6ned to her bed tor over Fruit nnd'Ornaiuental Tiees, small Krult;,Grapc ery severe attack of .heum.ll.rno nnth. with a Vine. Asparagus mid everything for the Orchard, every day at Hubble & Underwood's Living- Colt. that w ould afford he Law nnna Garden. Prices low. We sell direct We could not .. ... anaget nothing ... f9vn Chamberlain. At $15 to Insure a a .. 1.. a and have no agents. Catftlo?ues on application to now on reasonable terms. Robert Earls 1. SUrPrKC fc. The cheapest fee of any stallion in the Stale, -- . ....'.?- 2 II. K. H1LLENMEYKR, ,,,1 hv and Dr. J. B. Owslej have bought some ram. uaim a ....Ina'Inn nnrnrrat ,.:, riri.i 31 uv.diiuiii breeding considered. Lexington, fCy. hogs at Gc and will feed them on Ows- usmt; it regularly she was soon. ''''"."'"Pf'c1 Personal atlcnli'in to stock at owner's risk. attend to here house work. on. Minn. S" ofef;j ley's farm here. IC.D. KKN'NKDV. K Knutson K Co., Kensine W Bik PRICE, small child of George Owsley died last week of brain fever. James Rogers killed a tna j dog on Wednesday morning after it had bitten his dogs. Sam Engleman settled with the insurance company for $1,500, cutting him only $100 on the policy ho held for A, This Is the only line running both s and Tourist Sleeper to Pacific Coast Point' without change. nearest For full information address yourPassenger lick-an.l agent or James C. Pond. General 111. Ticket Agent, Chicago, man First-Claset colt ami should make a fast record tin This isan expression the traveling public something that is exact, fall. Will make the tcptnu at my plaro ll use when they find dimiles froitiStanfoid on the Dnuvllle pike. y what they want This expression applies Wisconsin Central Lines, which is rectly to the -now admitted by all to be The Rniito'' iiom Chi. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. cago to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland. Duluth-an- d all points In the Northwest. I heir double a. A. LACKEY, dally train service Mid fine equlpmetit offers in Stanford, Ky. can not be surpassed. ducement which Ken-era- llj Juat the Thing. Crab Orchard, Ky. IBo lo WEAME.M9 Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in s through I un irom v.nica-t- o s Surreys, Dick Elmore, Jr. Buggies, Phaetons,Boards, Carriages, Buck STALLION, COMUINKI) Is a beautiful dark bay; 154 hands high, star in lore head and left hind toot white. Dick Klmore, Jr., was sired by Dick Klmore; lie by M. Klmore; he by Alexanders Abdallah, sire of Goldsmith Maid; he by Rysdyk'a Hamiltouian, sire of Dexter; y Abdallah; he by Mambiino; lie by Imp, he-b- , J. n. Wilson, 171 Clay street, Sharpsburg, Pa savs he will not be without Dr. king's New Dis covery for Consumption, Coughs an.l .oias.ipai a with it cured his wife who was threatened when various alteran attack of I.a Orippe none other remedies and several physicians unit . - , $1,000. her no good. Kooert luxoer, 01 Mrs. Nellie Watson has gone to Lan claims that Dr. King's New Discovery ha. done he ever used for caster to remain with her husband while him more goo.1 than anthiPB it Try It. 1 ree l.uns Trouble Nothing like drug store. Large he is at work there. Thomas Smith is tual bottles at A. K. Penny's bottles joe and $i. ptieu-monl- It Should Bo In Every House. Metserger Diet hlmnre Jr , 1st dam was by Me Joe; d dam by AratiK, he by lu.p Diomede Will make tho present season of 193 al my place Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Huggy and Wagon Harness, Saddles, Fields, Baled Hay, &c ims ma WiaifJ 1 Amto-MQM- 7teiwjjjar:cMT8si ill j-a- Pure : juu. u, ?A In! f im . s rm wmifmm spe. n :, a muz mm mi. -. r.ia 1. . J1 I f .1 1- 1 IRIEID El A-Q-XjI- E, fflHfap ni -- IDZEHSTTO. .cin-u- d Nurseries, -- i. "- - ."-- V. U n . T -- " ;, MfflfflBffl Ci'l .jr.Wii aV i. Mim IJMiJt Sfcsi" 3 K. X .. ,.; 1 H .' ILlL: V ,i iit . lg v ?- -l -"' rtsrm - mm tl. ,v.j63s 88 111 HR-ONJY.PEr-- AC v IN - .' !'" TO OBTAIN THIS VICINITY. --- - -- THE CELEBRATED 1 bottles for sale by W. II. McRotetts, Irt!K"t. Huttenvillc, Ky a First-Cla- st Dairv, Irom which I can supply any quantity ol Jersey milk to the people of Mrtitord and How-lan- d at tliololloln prices, delivered. Fresh Milk, per gallon ..so cents Skimmed Milk, .r gallon. ...to cents 8 cents Butter Mill, per gallon I will make two trips daily. The patronage ol the public is soliciled. G. A. I'lJY ION', 1 yr. Stanford, Ky I will open on January ibth, LADIES, 1 189J MB mmill Mil Stanford. ! "HAPPY HOME" Brand OF GUARANTEED CLOTHING. 11USTOXVILLK, KV. and coinpr tensive haeju' returned from the cities with a large Person, who Tre suoject to a.Uck's of billloii. colic can aluioMinvan ibly tell, by their '5PM''' when to expect an atU, k. II taken as soin .1 iiiir.h.u-- i uamiinv u.i -1 BRYAN 6480. Metropolian by Rylyk's Ilamiltoni.in dam Hyacinth by Volutil.vr, Kraniium ( dam tf llUlator, l.y aely's Amincati Star Mctro;olian is acknowledged by all to be nne of the heM.and by many ihe very best, bred stallion ever foiled Ills full si.ter, Itcina Viiloru, sold at the Mi Kerran bale lor !r 5. the highest price at a liul'IU sale Two ever paid for a hrojd-inar- e times by MelrorHiiiun.neiiner 01 wnicn weio eer n honktd singli', sold at public sale for $1. ,ij, Dextt-ranaver-aRin- p-- 91-- Notice to the ;Traveling Public. . .1 needed"7 Two ir which u as selected w ith the greatest cure, and to will save them much vthich I invite the inspection of the ladies. Mivs McRobeits Druggist, bunlonl. rvora elch, who gave much satisfaction. is again with me, aud I uni in better condition than ever Sunshine come, no matter h.w jj'1'1;' to sell the best goods at the lowest prires. Cad and see the new stvles MISS LICCIE HEA7I.EY fb life, .made g.oomynby suii-nn- STOCK OF MILLINERY, -- -: .""".V or'three orU mmeffi: dose, ol it at u ""wien iherni ,,me 11 bur .ale uv IJV METROI'fiLITAN 1 t Son ol Kysdyk's Hamiltouian Dam JOKTTi: Ily IILO(U) CHKIK74X Sre of Tannic Robinyon, 1 jo1,' TAKEES FXTTE, LincoIiiJCoimty is have had. .. 'THE SIIEITON HOUSE GBXTERAX. STORE, At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and .1 ? C. 3D. FGWEX.I., Ih.r "o: painful disorders tnat ami.i "" ' completely cured II she ' xerw,0r.k,r.,,"ih "lundown." she ha new Cllionic rior, . weaKiir-M-- .. """- - -- .. . ' .ire the best County intlicState; the best town. Ihitonillc, w Ky , is iave in connection with Hotel one of the best sa I.Ot.AN AVKNUE, loons iu the State, open day and night ; a night nan meets all trains. In connection with House . s leen. anil restores iichhm . . ., have aho one of the best Mineral wells in the Mati ..f L'.i. .....him" im .listurnance 11 nim ; ind for reference to water, call en Mr, and Mrs Alwavs stlli goods loner than anyone else in renud'v so sure and unlailing Hut II can be S. W. PatncV. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Kloyd Dr. town New stock cf Fruits every I ndav Erin, Tenn . A. A. Warren, Stanford, Lcnefit r cure. 1011 have your I). E. Proctor, C. II. Ilraiim. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. money back. Hatnilton, Rowland, Mr. aud Mrs. K. 11. Johnson, New Haven, Jim Cox, Greensburt;. Rates $1 pet day. J. M. f'etrey, clerk. On e me a call. I. W. CARRIER, Prop. soiy 7". Stanford. Kentucky, RM'rf.Wtei.i 1 -. In-t- lllocd Chief, bv lllood's Ilia, k Hawk; dam Mlsa HiRhlandcr, gramlim by Duncan by cott' Aratus; td dam by liinoleon, lllnod Chirf sired Wooley Jim 7 19, Fannie Robinson 7 o'., and I Hood I'ljck Hawk slreil Ihe dams of Chief i 1 and Almont. Jr , a 6, and i;ran-dai- n on Arnini 1 of Ik'lle llrasficld a so and I'rotiene a.18. Ilryati is a bcautitiil bay, foaled June 71I1. iS,. He will make the pretnt season iSjj at Moreland a m le north ol lluMonville, on the Danville and Huvtonvillnpike, , in . 50. i4 I The best and cheapest man in the county. have come to this town (Htistonvillc) and opened this day with a full line of V 14 THE RILEY - - HOUSE Kentucky. FRANK RILEY. HAN COI1.B. 20128. Sj j. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Ho is a sure foal setter and a tine breeder. Lcin retained on celt fur se.tou money, mares bred to another horse or traded nil makes irjvon money due. W -, IGIIAM, Moreland, Ky. Clothing, ijents' Furnishing Goods, Roots, SIioch, lints, Arc. AIho F. B. BILEY, Proprietor, THE JEWELER, Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of Ilayhoise.f.a'edi ,osired 1st by Jake is.recotd London, 77 I have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodato the public. Good Livery attached and every convenience dt sired, uive nj a can. W. O. ECTJTOHINaS, FKOPKIETOK Watches, Clocks Livery and Feed, Stable, M'ANFOUD, KENTUCKV. liy-er- Having purchased of A. T.Nunnelley his businets I can be found at hisold stand ready to wait on the public at any time day or iiijjht Nothing but FIRST-CLAS- S y Jewelry And SILVERWARE. and Palony, J as ISonaventur.i, a tgl,i. Chief i8S. sire of 17 Jake sired by dam ol 5 In the v y list. and of Ihe 8 Melne Wilkes sired by Ked Wilkes, sire of and of the dams of 15 in the a 30 list .;r-1... Mlalljli ie. who has fully ,oco descendants in the a 30 ht. t our Col. II. W. i" mjke ihe saason of olStanlord, 01 the Logan. place 2 miles north-eacieek and DU River Turnpike, 7 er Ma. R., by U.ilM.ra iov4. sire ol Koslla, a:,5Jf; Kentucklan,a:J7'. nu " " '""- y; ,, Kentucky Union, , r.xsi llalsornWilkri sd dam, djm Lady, by Melrose Wilkes Chancy 'I i4 Wir,i..ti, Denmark, sf, a Full Line ol'Tiuwnrc. will make Ihe season nf S1 at the stable ol the I'nderwood llros, '4 or a tulle from Hubble' stme on tnu Rush Mratich turn pike atid will M'lve he line saddle sta'lion Chancy Dtmuark, mares at i..i.. A $10 to Insure Colt 4 Months Old. Chancey Denmark, jf 5 is a bay hor-- c full irj hands high, foaled in 183;, sired by llubble's On Time, dam by old Stonewall Jackson His colls are hrm and of ijood si.e, and will compare with We have yearlings and anybody's saddle nUllioii twit year old. on our farm' can be seen any tunc. Chancey Denmark is miu id without a blemish 011 COME ONE COME ALL. I ' tU st have some bargains to show you. I am running At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. W. R. A 1: : Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. TURNOUTS -- C GAINES. him Stanford, Ky. wmm (ssHJiswKis He is a coil black Jack, M' hands high with out shoes. heavy IkOv and pood bone. lie is by llourbun Chief, the fuiet jack in the woilu, solu lor 3,ac. llourbon Chief was sired bv Redmond's Her cules, be by Imp Hercules, and his dam by Imp. Kspnrtcro, Uourbon duel s dam was by Col, Lear's Imp Napoleon 3d; ad dam by lleunj Vista, td dam by Imp. Castilun, Ilcuna itla was sire, I by the great Compromise; he by Tippecanoe; he by Imp Wan lor, which was acknowcd;ed thchest jciiDet jack ever in Kentucky llourbon Chelf is 16 hands 3 Inches high w ithout shoes, making him Ihe biggest jack in Ihe world He is a coal black with mealy nose, and for form, weight, style, action and appearance he has no cipial, He serves jennets at f5 the seatou or $40 to insure u living colt. Tom Curtis' 1st dam bvjee I'hWps big jack and her dam by Sam I'lielps'jack; ad dam by lllack Sampson. ) Three : Big In Kentucky and one WHOLESALE Else in the country. : Stores f( w shall leave my stable and my prices will be a K All goods sold engraved tree of charge. low as Ihe lowest Don't forget my Stanford and m Row land 'bus line. sfVour patronage respectfully solicited. Charley Sandidge. Mred by Second Jewel 43. Dam Rowena WeliU llusstll ?44 'lhis fancy bred sulhon will make the season i.l Stanford, iSoj at Cook' Spruits "4 miles east of Now, as)I buy in quantities I am able to sell you goods STORK in Cincinnati, Ohio. Falls Branch Jellico CoalCo., Miners and shippeisof the GENUINE Cheaper Than Anybody GIVE ME A TRIAL. I can Save you Money. Original Jellico Coal. Trv it. We are the sole agents for Stanford Jsnd Rowland. OHice corner 01 uepoi street ana ran ro.dcros.ing. WATTS. ,nr,(;,NS John H. Castleman. A. O. Lanhan. ROYAL t At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when colt i. foaled, mare parted with or bred tu another horse. Second Jewel, by Cunninjibain's Jew el; he by Washington Denmark, i.w.v. ... rfam bv McDonald's Halcorn; ad dam by Well'i Cruiador Charley's dam, Rowetia Webb Russell, is one ol having met the finest walking animals on earth, and defeated all the crack walkers of Central Kentucky, including itallions and selding. Sho Ooodard'a Is by Funk's humpter Denmark, by &c ad Sumpter Denmark, by Game.' Iieninaik dam the Tompkins mare. Cftarley will be s years old April. 3th, 1803; bright bay, white feet iSii hnd and i a natural aaddle horse. We will warrant him lo be a breeder of saiMlen. COOK&KENNKDV- Rowland, Ky. N. sTBLD, HustonvUlo, Ky. J. II. BAUGIIIyIAN, FIRE AND STORM Insurance Company, THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KV., OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, BOURBON CHI INSURANCE AGENT Repreientinj vJ.Hi.HiiriTonsr ROWLAND, OEALER IN KV.. HARDWARE, GROCERIES. Roots and Shoes, Cigars and wveroau tor sale by tue barrel. Tobacco.Ohla ill take couni.....i.u ur kihius at market price I am also JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. BARBEE&CASTLEMAjN Tins Hotel, renovated anl refurnished, is now lo my charge and Iioteudt) conduct it so as to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to its lone list ol friends. Special nnaccommoda. roomsor tioos for commercial travelers and tfa Sired by old llourbon Chief w ho.o pedigree i Kjv. lllack Jennet, she was en above, Hudamw-sired by a lack by Jason Walker's Castlllian and out or a full sister lo Henna V tsta, who was out of a jennet by lllack Sampson liothjacks willstaiidat Commerce Building, Louisville dlsploy of samples. ASFirst-Clas- Agents throughout the South. s Saloon A.d BILLIARD and POOLOOMSatucbed W. A. TBXSBLE, Lcc&l Ayiat, STANFORD, KV. J. K. Cook. D- - '"Cnv. Mares and jennets kept at reasonable rates. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not rerpotm ble should any occur. UNDERWOOD 1IROS. Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Kncj.; $10 to Insure Colt 4 Months Old. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; ','i ii win ifuuim iin an caes wnere Ins. Co. of Northylmerica. liic.civita icc ....11 t... .t mares are parieu wun or goes out ol tne country Companies. I would All of which are wiic.i .iiwii iv. . Mai.i.iuci, uy u a, retain- e pleased to wan o nmy menus in lilts line. I'ol ed o.i all colts until season feu is paid r- -- r- H 11111 first-cla- ss :ies promptly issued. Will insuru aeairst lorna does, wind storms and liRhlni.i. I.iRlitninz claus esaltachel without additiiait rharj. Office at First National Lank. Stanford. aKent lor ihe old reliable IlrodhcaU and will keep a full line of these . A.. .A"! itock.aiidall ilasknf ihn . . ... ,.. .iiiji uru ii i me meir ..! goods In t"Bive house, ,t orders andpfuVs put the their Factory 1 hanking the public for liberal patrons. I aski eonilniionce of same, and remain your oUdlent servant. j;.,yr J x HILTON, ,. 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