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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893041401 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. t'T'Jt J) i Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXI. MIDDLEDURG. I Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. APRIL 14. 1893. DANVILLE. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. M tJS .IS) NO. 13 D D LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. CAMIPRLL. Y. L. AUSTIN Dr. Davis, of Knoxville, was over Al Field's Minstrels will lu at tho Quarterly court was in session MonDou't forgot tlio horse ahow hero last week fishing. Opera House .Monday nlgM. day nnd Tuesday, but no business of imSaturday. Mr. J. L. Gentry has added another portance wbb transacted. for tho There am 21 appearance J. V. MeWhorter han contracted Rev. J. R. Tercy and Mr. Wm. II. with tieoruo W, Jeter to build a two- - term of the circuit court which begins story to his dwelling. M!bh Flora Huguoly is visiting her Wherritt attended the meeting of tho story business house on tho lot he lately next Monday. Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st.; warcroom, paint Messrs. W. IC. A. hiuI D. P. R. have brother, Mr. K. M. Huguely. Presbytery at Danville this week. bought of 0. It. Oiirson. Mr. Hubert B,irtell, of Somerset, wsb Tho union services will be held nt Prof. Buck, of Georgetown College, returned from a (tilling excursion to and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. hero a few days Inst week visiting his tho Methodist church Sunday night and will deliver a scries of lectures at the Green Hiver. Mn B. II. Perkins left finally for old friends. will be conducted by Rev. Taylor, of Baptist church, beginning on Saturday Kev. L. !. Tupper baptized three Danville. MiddleBhoro Wednesday. Ilia family April. night before the lth Sunday in Much interest is being manifested in A specialty. young people in the Cumberland Sun We guarantee KSSign Work, artistic and plain." There are four applicants for tho will follow him In several days. e, day afternoon. tho protracted meeting at tho Methodist Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Spears, of getting work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. post olllco here and things are were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C. W. Lester and family, who chu'ch. Services are held daily at .1 and quite lively. Mrs. Lulu McAninch is Yeiser, Tuesday and Wednesday.- - have been visiting at Mt. Vernon, re- 7.30 i. . CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky. the last to enter the ring and a more J. J. Tho disagreeable, rainy weather has At Hue A Faulconer'a sale of saddle turned last week. worthy lady could not be appointed to Last Monday wag regular police greatly delayed the work on the new horses and roadsters, held on the Fair handle the pouches. of grounds Tuesday ami Wednesday, 89 court day. There was but littlo work buildings of Messrs. Owsley A Shanks E. 0. Singleton and F. M. Ware, to he done, which speaks well for our and Batson & West. McKlnney, attended church hero Sun horses were sold, bringing $12,81'.). The recent severe wind storms have and town. G.T. Helm, night policeman day. J. C. Coulter and At H. Spears aro J. M. Meadors had a cow to tile Inst blown a panel out of the iron fence on of police elect, has been named by peeling bark this week on Trace Fork. chief e cupola and is supposed that she had by the top of the Uriah Kills, Ksi , of Big South Boiling U. S. Marshal Blackburn as one of his week. It his deputies. It is not known yet which drophobia, as she had been bitten by a bent tho weather vane down. Fork, Mini) over Saturday to see Mr. Bud James, of Harrodsburg, was dog that wns afterwards killed us n mad placo ho will accept. daughter, Mrs. Knoch Wesley. in town Tuesday on business. Mr. Clyde dog. Tho first number of tho Junction Forest Area raged in the knobs hereTore our Store to pieces and He v. Terry, of tho Bible College, Herring, of Louisville, is visiting rela very City Times, owned by a ntock company about last week and owing to the and edited by Mr. Thos. H. Fox, of tho Lexington, preached two very able dis- tives here. Misses Kate Burdett and high winds it was very hard to manage. lato Danville Democrat, will be ismied courses at the Christian church Sunday. Maud Robinson are visiting in Danville. Much damage was done. Those who Ho is h graduate this year and valedic Mr. Brown Cogar has returned from Friday morning, 1 Uh. BiU'ored most near hero were 1'hilhert Harrodsburg. Mrs. Borders, of StanNashtorian of his class. Mr. Nod D. WilkerBon, of Kicharda and Joseph Douglas at Grove, Mr. John W. McCarty and family, ford, is vistiting her sister, Mrs. 0. C. an establishment for ville, has opened Thousands of dollars worth of goods, but we are tho latter's farms being left almost fence repa ring and renovating all kinds of of Jellico, have been hero for several Stormes. Mr. C. C. Stormes has been conalong tho 0. A less, though everybody stoves and ranges, in tho old Man war- days. Mrs. McCarty is n Bister of Mre. fined to his room several days by illG. railway suffered raoro or less. Moore. Miss Howena Stanflll spent last ness. At this writing ho is somownat ring corner on Main street. Mrs. Susan Colllnsworth, wife of .1. The types mvle mo say in your last Sunday with Miss Lucy Mahan, at Pleas- improved. Cabell Denny has gone to C. Colllnsworth, died on tho 7th inst., that Will George, a young colored man ant View. Mr. G. A. Denham is going Washington City to visit relatives. And ready to wait on the trade. We can now oe found at Jim Elafter a lingering illness of aomu two years of Danville, was shot dead in a livery to build a three room addition to his more's store house in MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. of cancerous trouble. Mr. Colllnsworth stable at Bedford, I ml. It should have dwelling. Town Marshal W. H. Boss a Mlas Cotton, daughter of Mr.Thos. been "found dead." Later developments was in Cincinnati last week. was Miss Georgie Webster, of Chicago, Cotton, of Alum Springs, Boyle county, ahow that It was old man Win. George Mrs. M. A. Moore, who waa report- is the latest goose of a wealthy and and a most estimable lady. She was a and not the young man that it was first ed aa very sick in our last, died Tuesday prominent family to give up her luxurikind neighbor, a loving mother and a thouitht to he. April 11. at about 9 o'clock i. m. She ous surroundings and marry a coachdevoted wife. 8ho leaves a husband aud Bud Bruce, sometimes called 'Kgypt' bad suffered intensely for nearly two man. Where goods can be bought a littlo son about tl ye years old. After from tho darkness of his complexion, weeks before death camo to her relfef. Mrs. Benjamin Queen has obtained services at her home hero by Rev. J. Q heaved a brick at Joe Chenault Tuesday Mrs Moore was a danghter of Mr. Wm. a divorce from her GO year-olhusbaud Montgomery, her remains were taken to night because Joe looked at Minerva Nel- Davis, an old and respected citizen of nt Columbus, Ind., because he kissed the Danville for Interment. son, who is the object of Kgypt's affec- our county, and her husband has been hired girl. At this rate, husbands will " CaT Damaged goods at your own price. tions. For this ami nothing more, Kgypt sheriff two terms and h'dd various other soon have no rights that the courts will COUNTY. LONDON, LAUREL was fined o and costs In the police court positions of honor aud trust. She was respect in her 41st year and leaves seven chilThe wealthy Mrs. Hiller, of Boston, jeweler, of Manches- at U o'clock Wednesday morning. Win. Tanner, Transylvania Presbytery has been dren to mourn her loes, the youngest a who married her coachman, Surrette, is here. ter, here this week with the fol- babe of three weeks. She was buried last week, baa caused her husband to asFrank Scent is down from Flat Lick in session lowing named ministers and elders in Wednesday afternoon at the Brier Creek sume the name of Henry Hiller and will on a short visit to his many friends , about two miles from town. semi hun to Harvard College to acquire attendance. Be vs. 0 B. H. Martin, W. here. On Inst Tuesday evening the Misses an education to fit him for his now staC. Young, J. T. Lspsley, L. Kddy, J. P. Williams, Watkius k Tultle have McMillan, M. Waller. W. O. Goodloe, O'Mnra were "at home" to their friends tion. bought out George W. Baker's depot James M. Walton, J. It. Tercy, James L. and about IIO of them gathered in their grocery store. CHURCH AFFAIRS. McKee; Klders Kue, B. M. Peiilck, R. M. elegant double parlors to celebrate the It. M. Jackson sold Hon. John W. Alexander, It. M- - Cheek, II. C. Baker, occasion. After all the guests had arRev. A. V. Sizomoro will preach at Green, of Knoxvllle, a saddle horse once A. Withers, O. K. Wiseman, J. K. Cox, rived a card was presented to ench one, Logan's Creek nt '.) v. m. Sunday. known as Garrard Chief for S'2io Wed Lexington is prepaing for a large W. II. Wherritt, G. W. Grundy, J. C. with a part of aomo familiar quotation neaday. on it; then tho young gentleman was to crowd at the meeting of the Christian Allen, A. Lusk. Mrs. W. B. Catchiug, who has been New stock, styles and shades. Town Attorney W. (.). Goodloo on find thu lady who had the remainder of Kndeavor Society April 2S, 20 and :10. with her sister, Mrs. J. A. Sawyer, at Xo preaching nt the Methodiet Wednesday morning brought a suit in his quotation, which of courso gave evNewcastle, for several months, returned the circuit court enjoining the hoard gf ery one u splendid opportunity to get church hero Sunday. Rev. W. E. Arn few days ago. council of thu town of Danville from acquainted. After spending omo time nold will preach nt MeKendree morning J. A. Biley, J. D. ritman, Ad Reese swearing in Mr. C. C. Fox as town attor- in conversation, tho gueMs were con- and night. and S. F. Jackson left Tuesday via the 15th inst., nnd enjoining Mr. ducted to tho diu'.ug-rooRev. A. V. Sizemoro will preach nt where they Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, overland route to tho Cumberland river, ney on the Fox from being sworn in on that or any found the table spread and covered with Rowland Sunday night and Rev. J. II. Landreth's Garden Seed at Mio Hah there is in It. C. M. to catch all day. Mr. Goodloe charges that refreshments, consisting of ice cream, Julian will begin a protracted meeting Kindall and J. II. Jackson went to KlyV other the board of council had no right to hold sherbet, cakes of various kinds and fruite. there Monday night. for the same tuirpow. Capt. Abner DanDr. Talmagesiys, "Do not go from an election on the first Tuesday iu April It was near onto the small hours of tho iel, of Richmond, has been in tandon a (when Mr. Fox claims ho was elected night when the crowd deputed, fooling! your well filled tables with tho idea thnt New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. few days. council did have such that it would bo impossible to have spent pious talk is going to stop tho guuwing of Danville, was and that if the McKee, John right, the. election was not held iu the a pleasant evening than the one of nn empty stomach or to warm stock 11. II. KINO. GEORGE B. I'KEWITT. here Tuesday fcr the purpose of tsccur- - mode aud manner prescribed by law. Ho more inglees feet. Take bread, take raiment, just gone. ing laurel Seminary for the Sta'e Prescharges further that nt thu time of Mr. take medicine, as well as take prayer." bytery to establish a school here. He LIBERTY. After tearing Bowling Green up one Fox' alleged election, tho B.iid Fox was came at tho request of tho Seminary holding Bide and down the other Sam Jouea has the office of master commissiona 1st class The farmers aro now busy in this trustees, who want to establish MORELAND, KY., er of tho Boyle circuit court, and that fivorable weather preparing for the com. school. Tho arrangements, will prabably We have opened up a nice line of first night he called for money to help under the constitution of Kentucky now ing crop. be made. the expenses of tho show, only $40 iu force he can not nt the sumo time Monday night the prisoners made John Vandeveer, of color, had a six pw forthcoming. was The next night he bold the olllco of town attorney. child to tlio Monday, or an unsuccessful attempt to break jail. called tho audience it lot of "nasty old Mention is mado elsewhere of two while tht) family were absent. They succeeded in getting out of tho and hypocrites" and they put up gentlemen having returned from a iish Judge Wallace. Jones paid a high liars We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get cage and had also loosened ami taken $1,500. Samivel evidently know tho maning tour to Green Hiver. Some time af compliment moat of the brick between them and to our new circuit court the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, out ter their return, one of them carried to clerk, James Gibony, for tho jnent man- ner of people he was talking to. liberty. Jailer Lovel's new dog kept which enables us to make very low prices. Bases of steel nails $2 per Kd. Flaig to have repaired a split bamner he had gotten up his work. barking furiously nnd ho got up to nee -- It is said that K. W. Lilian!, of Dan keg, do. wire nails $2.30, coal oil 10c per gal. with all other goods in boo fishing rod, which be stated had Hon. 1'. l Combest, after a visit of what was the. matter, and discovered beeu broken in an attempt to pull out a some days nmong his constituente, re- ville, is tobeU. S. Marshal Blackburn's proportion. them just In time to prevent their esTerms cash or country produce, dive us a call. We will save you very largn fish, a bass. Tho other gen- turned Monday to his duties in Frank, chief deputy. cape. Wm. Williams, of Chicago cut his money tlemen is reported to have stid that tho fort. Wado Wyatt, living in tho eastern wite's throat and with the same knife Cotton mnlcs, 2 pr. broke mules and nice saddle horse for sale. fish which broke tho rod w.t- - a pike, or Tho fishermen are now having fair ended his worthless life. part of tho county, was arrested Monview of this alleged pickerel. Now in & day, charged with murder, and at exam- discrepency in tho proof, Lawyer Gra- luck iu the angling) business. Hoylu It is said that 23 school children Stouo is occasionally seen with a string were killed in n school-housining trial Wednesday was turned loose. near Tunham Price, president of tho Truthful minnows, showing them about ica, Miss., by the cyclone. A woman living nt his house had given Fishermen's Association, (limited) has of town. Gov. Brown refuses to pardon Mrs. birth to twins (illegitimate) and the ordered the deposition of Dr. Tom Very able sermons wero dulivered Dr. Stivers, who cruelly beat a servant proof showed that tho birth was premawas one of tho of Hustonvillo. who ture. Tho family, iu order to shield the party, to bo taken, in order to ascertain by Elder J. Q. Montgomery at tho Chris- gir', andsho will gi to jail for four tian church last Saturday night, Sunday months and p3y 5200. woman from the gofsips, had tried to the exact cause of tho breaking. This M. D. Hardin, son of Gen. P. Watt keep tho matter a secret, but it having course was tlna'ly determined on he before noou and Sunday night. The el .Arc invited to. der has Htoadily grown in popularity jn Hardin, baa been chosen by Centre Col leaked out and tho children having been of the rumor that au expert had this section. heuco the arrest. lage to represent it in tho buried privately, said that if called upon l;o must consciMrs. Rebecca Railey, a long resident Oratorical Contest, which meets in Melville Phelps, a prominent citizen entiously express the opinion that the of the county, died al his homo near roil was broken by a wagon wheel run- of this place, died at tho house of Col. Columbia, S. C, May IS. Frank Wolford, in Columbia, Inst Tues Master Price Keller, the Bush's Store, Tuesday, April 11, of con ning over it. Our store and see the great day, and her remains wero brought to son of Rev. and Mrs. W. I'. Keller, sumption. Mr. Phelps, who was known She was drowned Wednesday of last week subject to attack's of billlom this place Wednesday and buried. 511 Persons who are all over tho county as "Dock," was colic can aluioit invariably tell, by their feelings, years old, was a prominent republican, when to expect an JlUcl. II Chamberlain's Colic, wua a good old lady and well beloved while in bathing near his home in MerKemedy is taken as soon bore, and many followed her body to her Cholera idian, Miss. Tho remains were brought having hoen elected one term as jailer of as these and Diarrhoea symptom appear, they can ward oil the keep the Ho was a member of the dlvase. Such persons should always use when last resting place. She was tho mother-in-lahero. Harrodsburg Saying. tho county. Itemedy at hand, ready lor immediate Made in the display of our immense stock of of Col. Wolford and Mai. G. W. Baptist church and was a Mason, aa well uceded. Two or three doies ot it at the right time After waiting to give the firm of Walhaving engaged in the distilling busi- will save them much suffering, for sale by W. II. Sweeney, was 92 years old, her maiden Ai McKoberls Druggist, Stanlord. natno was Fitzpatrick, a family of re- ton, Johnson & Meacham an opportuniness for many years. ty to say it, let it be remarked that Fred From Head To Foot markable longevity. -vim feel the cood that's done by Dr, Pierce's Grant will take a trip home, after taking Golden Medical Discovery. It purities the blood. Qrlppo. La a Trip to niako au official call on 'Is RoyMatting, &c, in the new room in the And through the bood, it clrauses, repairs, and During the prevalencs of the OrinpH tho past invigoratra iht whole system. Newport Jourseasons it was a noticeable fact that tho-- who de- al 'Ighness Franz Yozef. In recovering irotn"l.a tirlppe," or in Rave her Castorl. from pneumonia, fevers, or other waiting pended upon Dr. King's New Discovery not only nal. When Bnby wan nick, troubrecovery, but escaped all had a it dieasc, nolhinR can eciual up as an appetuini;. lesomespeedy effect!) ot the malady. Thistheremedy When aim wa a Child, "ho cried for Castoria. needed flesh and alter restorative tonic to build BucVUln'a Arnica Salve. CastorlA. clung It romes every organ into natural ac- seems to have a peculiar power In effecting rapid i NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL 4 AUSTIN", Fro'rs. House Painting and Paper Hanging Nicho-lasvill- court-hous- THE CYCLONE AGAIN TO THE FRONT, DABSTTOVN. STEPHENS &'KNOX. d CHEAPER Than EVER SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL PAPER grave-yard- k ALABASTINE Carriage and Decorative Paints for Buggies and Household use. Wo Bo MGcMCOBIIIiBTOo 1 ! KING & PRE WITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, Dry seven-year-ol- d 85 KIUG PRBWITT. e Bo-ho- n, YOU DT Inter-Collegiat- e w IMPROVEMENT c jnL. Jdj Jbr HjaX'iD tion, promotes all tho bodily functions, and restores health aud vigor. For every disease that comes from a torpid liver or impure blood, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, llilious-nes- s, and tho most stubborn Skin, Scaly, bcroful. ous alfections, the "Discovery" is the only remedy If it doen t so certain that it can be guaranteed. benefit or cure, In every case, you have your was confined to her bed lor over two money back, My wife wi. fi wv lAverc auacK ui im. - - r. tnnnth Kor a perfoct and permanent cure ior Catarrh could not get nothing That "would afford h. 2t,y retort Sve Chamberlain. lake Dr. Sage a Catarrh Remedy. Its proprietor and , " pXlUlm atrial. 1 o surprise olttrlsosrewird for an iucurablo cate of Catarrh When bhe becamo Mum, ho "When ihe had Children, she to strenKlh- - j;fe them Castoria. cures, not ouly in caws of La Grippe but in all dlseasesofihe Throat, Chest and Lungs and has cured cases ol Asthma aud Hay Keser of long standing. Try it and be convinced. It wont disappoint. Krce trial bottle at A. R. Penny's drug The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruisea lores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup lions and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to eivw perfect satisi actios or money relunueu. 1 rice 25 cenis per dox. Kor sale by A R. Penny, Stanlord, Ky. The former Carpet Department has been shelved for our large Sho stock, which is second to none anywhere. For Gents', Ladies' and Children's --- ...... l't oiy-Kre- nnrinn n. ua bottles for sale by W. fc. k. irtm 11. JIc Roberts, Druggist, Stanford. A fearful cyclono passed through Nebraska, Iowa aud Kansas, doing great damage. c. The more Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy Is used the better it is liked. We know of no other remedy that always gives satisfaction. It is good when you first catch cold. It is Kood when your cough u seated and your lungs are sore. It is good in any kind of a cough. We have sold twenty-IT- v dozen Of it and every bottle has given satislaction. you will find speedy aud permanent relief by taking Klectric Hitters. One trial will convince you Stedman & Prieman, druggists, Minnesota Lake, remedy you need. Larue bottles Minn.' so cent bottles for sale by W. U.McKoberts, that this is the Druggist, Stanlord. only joe at A. 11. Penny's- drug store. Ifyouarenot feeling strong and healthy.try Electric Hitters. If La Grippe his left you steak and weary, use Electric liitters This remedy acts directly on the Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, s. gently aiding those orKans to perform their If you areaffllcted with iielc Headache func-tiou- Strength and Health. Fine Footwear, Come and sec us. SJEVJJSMANCItl! & SON. s r ' Why do you suffer .from Ijsncpla cul SIck-n.lacli- o, J L.Acs&iC'ru THE BRONZE TURKEY. rnrlv Hutched 1 "rendorlus llfo ml'ornblc, whca th remedy Is u.t your hand ? J Tiny Lier Pillsc ktrnipinyrtnoToiH j-a, TUTT'S d.f-e- at 2 .r. flomo -- Jkaa) ll fM '"' jy-- TREATMENT OF STALLIONS. Sue-ceful fc When bred pure and from choice strains, the. bird, attain heavy weights. They nro tho largest of tho poultry race ' ind acclimated to our cold and change ing tho season tho first threo or four adapted for years I had him, drovo him on tho road ablo climate. They nro well farmers and suburban residents who ono or two winters, iiscu mm in tho lumIwing moro profit-nbl- o ber woods hauling lumber and lcva n havo plenty of range, when they can roam through the couple of winters besido another Btnllion, -- 9 FEMALES-REGULATO- R stubbles and groves nnd proused him to break colts with, and onu meadows, cure a large sharo of their living. If or two winters had n man ride him from hatched early and properly cared for nnd two to four miles u day. 12 to 1.1 if taken a few days before the monthly Finally the last few years I gavo him fed, they will averngo from sickness sets in and continued until! pounds iit Thanksgiving. At maturity n big bos stnll nnd led him to water nature performs her functions, lias no U5 iHitiiids and more, twico a day, ami that was nil tho exer- thoy oftenCOreach.'" pounds may bo taken equal as a SPECIFIC for Painful, Probut from to cise ho had, yet ho was never moro 6uro fuse, Scanty, Suppressed and Irregular average. A 'J or in his lifo than thoso last years. Neither as a fair bronze gobbler croscd on tho common wero his colts over moro strong or vig- - j add several K)unds to the turkey orous. and they wero always strong, weight will Book to " WOMAN " mailed free. of each of tho chicks tho first there being 02 foaled in ono year before BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, Gi. Tho excess of weight in an ordi thero was ono lost. Therefore I havo year. Sold by all JirupfUtt. ' nary brood would pay tho first cost ot tho tho conclusion thnt many ,'WVW.'V'VXVWV como toand theories as practiced byofstal-- tho siro and lenvo an improved stock for whims ' lion owners aro worso than useless, nnd further nroftt of keeping up Thanksgiv Tho custom that their stallions nro suro and remain ing nnd other winter holidays is an in so in spito of them instead of on account centivo for raising this American bird of them. Tho Americans do not take to goose I firmly believo that tho best nnd flesh so kindlyas tho Kuroeans. Every Fafest wny to handle any stallion of the farmer aud suburban resident outside of heavy breeds is to givo him n largo box crowded localities can rai.o turkeys. It stall with a field of an aero or so at- is not very difficult if ono observes three tached, with water in his swill end tho requisites namely, healthy and robust lot fenced with wiro that tho nir may stock for breeders, proper food for the circulate freely, and then let him run young binjs aud security from wet nnd CURES N0TH1HG EOT PILES, except in very cold or rainy weather dampness until they show red about the when he should bo kept in, and n horse head. A SURE and CERTAIN CURE that has not gimp enough to exercise The voting brood should 1k placed with himself all ho needs without chasing tho mother in a large, roomy coop, sale known for 15 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. with a whip should never bo bred to, but from ruin ami cold wiml-t- on r. knoll or rrrytrrd bj BICIURtlsor; nttiirUE CO., KT. tort1). i castrated at once. elevated spot facing tho south. The I believe also that tho closer wo follow crass and weeds around tho coop should naturo tho hnrer wo aro to bo right, nnd The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, therefore should breed mares when thoy be cut close. Two boards placed for and staked each sido Nose, Throat and Chronic Dis- aro in heat, bo it seven days or seven- a temtorary fence. Chaff,will servo or dry leaves teen after foaling. Ihero can Iwno pos- cut straw should always bo nt tho botease Specialist in the State. itive time given or rule laid down for tom of the coop to prevent tho txmlts nil to follow. I havo had mares thnt resting on tho damp ground. Hard loil-ewould never get in foal till tho colts egg and stale bread crumbs mixed, wero two months or so old, and other.' with a little sweet milk added nt first; that when bred from theteventh to tenth baked oatmeal or middlings and oatday would always get in foal, b'lt when meal mixed, with a pinch of sulphur allHIlU4faW-"astallowed to go by that tune could not bo mixed in tho food twico a week: cut ongot in foal again until nfter tho colt wns ions nnd dandelions mixed withthofood, weaned. cottngo cheese, milk, corn cake and Neither do I think it wife to examine brown broad, cracked wheat and millet. mares, except in nuustml cases iierliartf, The meal should lw linked until tho bird. tluubt that moro get n good start, and lw suro to prevent and I havo not tho and loss of them from getting wot or damp till they abortions have Ik en can.-c-d service occasioned by examining them at feather out. from tin co to eight weeks alter breeding Mttrki-tliif- ; II miry. than havo ever been gained by such exTho honey needs to bo put in sinnll aminations, especially by tho ordinary stallion keeiier. I liave never lieen ublo cases and in nttractivo form. Inferior nny honey Kicked in neat boxes will boll letby observation or SStm&ftfi to ler.rn tell whether a mnrootherwise to ter than the superior grades packed in Ktrt was likely way to Lrecl or not except by having her served large, clumsy packages. The consumers by the hor-e- . Many times I havo thought are tending moro and moro toward the I had, but always something turned up nnall packed arrangement for honey, soon to show me thnt I could not tell, nnd tho large old fashioned boxes are now nearly obsolete. Tito honey must i unil this applies to all other notions nnd whims regarding cue of stallions and bo gathered as soon ns tho season clones APPLEMAN y M. D.. horse breeding in general. Ono needs to and bo shijijied at onco to the market. J. have a lot of good common tense aud use Tho early stock always commands the the ckm:uratei best prices, for later tho glut will begin it. E. Woodman in Breeder's Gazette. and priees will drop immediately. The Delaine Merino. When the white honey season is over, No ono breed can supply the office de- tako tho nectar from tho hivo and place Fcruierly 1'io'essorof I'raclice of Medicine, signed to tho whole ovine family, llarh it in a room where tho temperature is breed has its peculiarities, which Electrical Medical College, it, a littlo better than any other, to adapt kept to about 03 degrees. It will riteii n cer- in such a placo ns well as in the hive, TORONTO, CANADA, tain environment. No breed but with nnd there will bo less loss. Honey left Now Examining l'Jsician of the proper care will conduct its owner up tho in the hivo to riien often gets stained hill of prosperity. Tho smooth Delnine and darkened by tho bees, who begin to Southern Medical Institute, Merino will como as near as any to being prepare for winter when fall comes. The LOUISVILLE, KY. nn all purpose sheep. While the Merino sections should lio made as clean ns wool will not supply the place coarser aud packed in neat crates. If ench Will be at Myers House, Stanford materials in tho manufacture ofof some section is mado clean nnd stamped with Tuesday, April 25, one fabrics, it will come nearer thnn any the owner's name, it is suro to command day only, other ono grado in supplying tho wants a K00,j price, If thero is no good market Returning esery four weeks during the year of man. for it at tho stores, attempt to retail it Dr. Appleman i a graduatecf Bellevue Hopit-a- l Do I hear some ono sy there is too ; to cbtomers that can bo reached by Medical College, New York City, and the Electrical Medical College, Toroulo, Canada, lie hat mucn gum nna grease aiong wun ii t wagon. Producers should know the Talue tiade a special study ot the diicascs he treattd id that we cannot afford to have so much of their product. IJecatiso honey was the great Hellevue and Charity Hospital for sev. of tho best part of our feed converted in-- J high or low lat season does not make it ernl years and recognUesnoaiipcrior in diagnosing and trratioi Chronic Diseases. He devotes all to an article which yields no returns so tho t one. The prices quoted in his time to the treatment of chioni; and nervous Helen and his skill as an expert in save to tho railroad corporations that the papers mut bo tho criterion. diseases of both (his class of cases is wellestablithed Treats rue aro instrumental in its transportation? Whnrbiinlon in American Cultivator. cesttully, and That is alF true, but we can dispense with this great excess of foreign matter l.liv Stork I'nliiU. Permanently Cures without exterminating the Merino. By! Tho Leghorns nro an Italian breed ol Acute and Chrcnic Catarrh, Ringing in Ears Dcalness, Distaiesof hje, Lar, Nmc, 'throat proper breeding the Merino can be mnde fowls. Tho Plymouth Hocks aro purely Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and Illadder troubles. to produce meat fit for a king, and the American and a breed for Americans to Ilnght's Disease, Uubetn, Dyspepsia, ConMi- ' Rheumatism aud I'aralsis, Kpilepsyor wrinkled Merino may become a stalwart, be proud of. fation, cured. noine creature, auracu.ig mo oyo ami It cannot lio said too early or Young or middle aged men suffering from Impotcnty, Eruptions, the results ol worthy a tenement on tho most princely' turn your stock uion tho pastures errors or excefc.es, shuiild call before It is too late farms that dot the rairies of Iowa. N. j ( before tho grass is well set and the ground Ve gurantec a cure if cae hat not gone too far. Superfluous hair and all eruptions of the lace Sanson, an eminent writer on the sub-- i hardened, it is ruin even iu June to turn permanent!) removed. ject of "How to Teed and Clothe the animals upon pastures immediately after Millions of Europe on Their Small. High , a rain. Every hoof leaves its imprint Priced Farms," declares in favor of tho upon tho soft ground and a rut washes wool and mutton producing Merino. As Syphilis Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, "tc in the placo or it packs so hard that the cured by never failing remedies. iu February, 1S90, I sold a carload of grass is killed. If the animals aro allowed Diseases ol women, such is Leucorrhea, painful Menstruation. Displacement ot Womb, bearing grado Shropshire lambs and yearlings to nip tho tender, watery grass before it is down pains in buck, relieved in shoit time. which nveraged in Chicago J21 pounds' well started, your pastures will bo when 1 he Doctor carries all his portable instruments and comes prepared to examine the most obscure and sold for 0 cents. Tho same year you most need them as barren and dr medical and surgical cacs. soon after shearing I shipped a load of as tho desert of Sahara. He undertakes no incurable di.eases but curei half blood Delaines, tho other hundreds given up todie. If you find your dry feed running short half being tho Vermont type, that averCONSULTATION FREE aged 10.') pounds and sold for 5f cents, j this spring and summer, tako warning fall. As I had their fleeces left I considered and put up more next And Confidential. Address After you turn tlio cattlo iqioii tho that there was ns much profit in tho hit- J. S. AI'I'LHMAN, M D , Louisville, Ky ter as in tho first load. As to tho dress- pasture do not let them wear paths in ing qualities of the Merino, nt tho fat the ground any more than you can help. BST IS qCAUTT. HOST 13 qCAITIIT. stock show of lHS'J tho produce of a! Cowpaths wasli into ruts and hollows. Shropshire ram aud a Merino ewo won j If you find a path worn by tho cows' feet to tho iKiint where tho earth begins the prize over all breeds on tho block. to wash or pack, put obstructions in it Joseph Edgerton. so that tho animals mut walk around. When hens aro first allowed to run Brush or stones do not look pretty in a out after confinement for tho winter, field, but if you put them in a worn pasif they havo not had an abundance of ture path tho placo will in n year bo covgreen food or good clover hay they will ered with a beautiful growth of grass. sometimes eat so greedily of tho grass Tho Hackney is tho name of a now that they find, and which is dead and publication to bo devoted to tho interests dry, that it will pack their crops nnd of this breed of hor&es. they becomo "crop lionnd." There is Human Cut oien Has led all Worm Remedies. but one remedy. remove tho tho crop jaw" from beings do not catch "lumpy cattle. with a sharp knife, hay and EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Do not try to raiso early lambs next hew up tho wound. But a hearty feed KfJTn RVKIlYWIIKltK. st. tons. of cabbage leaves is a preventive of the Mason unless you first provido Avaiui rrT"r4 uicuinnso-- i pens for them. trouble, and that is better than a cure. in due time without pain or discomfort; but when she approaches this crisis MONTHLY with a frail constitution and feeble health she endangers both her physical and mental powers. olT Excellent Home Seine lrnm n llrcetlrr. thta troyblfs, I owned tho Duko of Percho, nnd in your food, Q) tho 13 years I owned him ho never got P ennhloyou toeat and prevent headache na Impart am vtilch you IinreA us few as SI mnres in foal in ono year, Fbrna.tran(rer. Dose rini&ll. Price, V while ho did get ns high as 150 colts S3 rent. Olllce, 30 Tark riace, N. Y. in a singlo year. Ho eervetl n largo number of mares every year I had him and died when past 20 years old from wwwvvw-vwvwvwstrangulated hernia. Ho had served 1)1 mares that year, and tho last fivo served within tho Inst week of his life nil got in w'th a woman of vigorous health passes .enjoj-nicntofllfot- o MENSTRUATION our improved varieties. Of late years it has supplanted tho smaller kinds on account of its great kIzo, hardiness, richness of plumngt nnd adaptation to tho farm. It is purely an American breed. Tho bronzo turkey varies tho least from tho wild breed in respect to color and is n decided improvement upon it both in Nothing sizo nnd luster of plumage. can exceed tho brilliant nnd varied tint of color of n bronzo gobbler in his second year. Thoy permeato through tho rich dark bronze, assimilating to that of burnished gold in tho sunlight and fairly rivaling tho famed Impcynn pheasant in J Will Weigh Fir. teen rounds by TlisuiksRhlui;. Tho bronzo turkey heads tho list of Turke-j- a AHM3 roMtt-iilrn- UQxo.(7f LAMB CREEP. t Tfe,jLisra-EK- . will Mind my jjcl, Kangnr. the present srn'on went of Ilulicnville, on the nt mypl.ne Ot mili llradfurdsullc pile, I flTKAUIUjK. T T CLAklCt. STHAUB& CO., . nS . i- rkAcruAi...... Plumbers andSteam. Fitters. At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. I ten retained on colt tilt eaon i Kn,-e-t hands lush Macs, with while Is 15' points llred nnd raised by W. II. Carpenter, of Ncwmiddlelon, Trim, and Is reclsleied In the Hiredcm' Association ot Nashville, Telin llela a lino uttformir and auri foal getter i K Dealers in all kinds of lion and llrass Roods'lor learn and water banttaiy Ooodaof all kinds. All iid. work guaranteed against defective material aud wisrkmanshlp, it fitted for this purp)so, so that tho lambs nny havo a .iicci.il placo to feed. In n jicn iu tho bhed a corner may Ihi easily divided off and in tho field a. sheltered lw in the placo where tho flock 1 Dtli-- 1'or I'immIJub IjwhIm 1! fori lliry Arr WVuiicd. To feed grain to lambs it is liest to have a part of a lien or corner of a field Carriage Painting & Trimming j J. W. POWELL, Ky llustonvllle, Charley Sandidgo. Sired hy Second Jeuel 4$. Ham Host in Wthh lluiftill J44 'Ibis funcy bred stalliati vsill male the season nl i!gj at Cool. 'a bprms 4 miles cut of Slanfoid, I am again ready to do alt kinds of Carriage Painting and 1 rimming Can Le found at Daugh erly's shop, teady to serve the public tom tly and well. 4 JOHN It. DeNAKDI, Stanford. mi(l hlbtcp; j fin B Commercial McKINNKV, I Hotel, KY HolelatMc-Kinne- y foal. I tried nil tho various ways of keeping nnd using this horse. I moved him dur- I . At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. nn fYl I have bought above mentioned aud have attached a BRADFIELD'S MENSTRUATION TABLER'SPII C BUCKEYELlLE OINTIMENT I j , j edgo-wis- e d r Q t iH S. -- creep is to tako two strips long enough to reach ncroustlu corner of the cnnnd strong enough to hold stiffly tho narrow, upright pieces that should be nailed to them alxiut ono foot apart nt first. As tho lambs grow, tho slices between tho uprights must lw increased. An ingenious and vi- -y construction siKvially deUsel ftr this puriMiso it shown in the picture. It can lw readily seen from tho illustration how the sizo of tho opvniug may lw easily changed bv shifting the peg at A. By doing that the sliding frame. It, is moved; and that throws the upright rollers. D, closer or farther npait. Tho scale of the plan is ono inch to tho fiwt. The framework of tho creep is made of lirrlit, flat, iron strips. Tlin upright and horizontal rollers are mado of hard wood, about 2 inclion in diameter. Tlu creep is l feet t incluv. high and I feet C Inches wide. Tho stationary, upright rollers aro a foot ajuirt nnd 2 feet lonir. Tho illustrntion shows tho creep opened ns wide us jKW.sible. Tito two end strip of iron are extended so that tho creep may lw readily drh en into tho ground. and by i mining a I ion id uirtitioifrom either wide it is easy to s4'jwrato a small iqiartmeut for tho lamb), either iu the sheds or fields. Inside t lie apartment for tho lambs we havo a small wooden trough that is suited for feeding Iambs. It differs from an oidinary grain trough for feeding grain to sheep in that a narrow strip runs ahum tho top of tho trough t nlwut inches abovo tho center of tho part of tho trough that holds the grain. This is to keep tho lambs out of the trough. Iu crowding for thoir feed they would get into tho trough with their feet and .sjioil tho food if it were not for this nrraiiseinent. Profe"or J. A Craig, Wisconsin Exiwriment Station. Fool Boom. Money duo hen colt t foaled, marc parted First-Clas- o with or bred to another horse Have repaired and reliirnlshcd Ihe Hotel and Socoiid Jewel, by Cunnirssbain's Jewel; he by Washington Denmark aui better than eser 1st dam bv McDonald's llalcorn; ad Jewel' Crinador dam by WVll Accommodate Chatlc)' dam, Kowitia W'chb Kusiell, is one ol walLlDg animals on earth, liavinR met tho finest nnd deleatrd all the crack wallers ef Central Kentucky, incltidini; tUllion. and gelding, hhe prcial attention to Commercial Men Is bv Kunk't ninipter Detimaik, by C.oojard ) W Oil KIN, Proprietor. i Suinptrr Helinuik, by Gaines' llennurk Ac d JOK f ARSON, Manager nam tnc lomiiMiii mare .v. taMii citi:r.i. Charley will be j yeaia old April, tjth. iSqJ, a A. IVis for j! iftltiK fllitliiB framp. II. Sliillnp, I night bay. w him fret 15 hands nnd isb anatural breed will warrant him to laddlo hmw. fraimu V.. Horiruiilnl lullerx. 11. L'prlKht rull er ol sai'dltrs Wc (OOKfi Kl SN'I Ky Imbit of gathering should bo selected. K. I) KitNNauv- 1 ;.o simplest way of making a lamb J 1". Cook. Ear and Prepared to' Public the -- -. DR.JOS..HAAS' Hog &;Poultry Remedy Dick Elmore, Jr. COMIIINKDSTAI.I.ION', Isa luautilul dark bay; 13(4 handa high, Mir in forthwd and left hind toot while Dick Klinore, Used Successfully Fifteen Years. Will airrsl diiease, pievrn's f dlteate, eirels worms, stop cough, Increase the flesh aud hasten mattiiity Plices.- $t so, $i 15 and jo cent per ptckage; tj.potiuil can in 50 1 lie laigeti packages aie tne cheapest, l'or sale by A. R 1'K.NNV. aianlerd, Ky. a - nfnl Ir . was aired by Dick Klinore; ho by SI. Klinons nt by Alenander s AbdaUsh, aire of Goldsmith Maid, he by K)sdyk'a llainlltonian.slre ofDester; John he br Abdallah, he by Mambtino, he by Imp. Messenger ..... V .. i - .... I lilt i.im.irc jr , 111 umn - i.y- ....i.n. , u Urn by Atau, lie, by lu.p DiunM-de- . ..... ..!..... mt- mu .ill.. . !. .(ill .1 III in." iici rill r..Mii vi vj "- '" J j4 inlli fiom llustotiville, en the lluslontillo and Srudlordsvllle Turnpike, II. Cattleman. A. . Lanbaa inc 1 ... .- -- a ,.. ROYAL Company, OF LIVERPOOL. MANAOKRS, At $7 to Insure a Living Colt. Dick Hlmore, Jr , hat prsmd himself a fine breeder. l.ein retained pn colt far saofl money. Money due if man is pallet! null or bled to another " horie !. ItiCHAPI) DOWNEY Kllisbsirc, Casey Co., Ky. . insurance ai BAR13EK&CASTLEMAJN Conmerco Building, Louisville BARNES Hlnek horse U : 21739. bifc-h- Agents throughout tbe South , J ours old, If! hand-Sliitl bv C. 1 Ciny 2:18. . W. A. TRIB3LE, Local Agroat, STAN COR I), KY 1st tliini Kiln 1. by Win. Wdeh XII. 1M sjto-ciall- y dam Kate by Gllte Voimoiit. 1 his rwllre. POSTED. s fotrwaint hunters, fiihmncr. nat tatie.pass on our land ltltut all SHvh will be prosecuted to the full as est eslrnt of Ihe law. Mgntd ;!! dtiin llionitiglifutl. C. T. Clay (put 11 In tlio '.':R0 list last Stratli-inote- eiu-h- j ear) by Caliban dam Sfipmnu hy Itjrm) i ; M. I Wm. Welch by Iltuiiiltniiluii, n ory linndffinie and spenb. reli nnd should make a hut record thU fall. Will make the omiii at mv plaeti 8 mile. froinPtanftird on the Danville pike. 10. V. II. IIAVS. O C I.VON. K II.M.WI.ASI). r.ACKOWII7. KRt.DIIAt MANN. I. U III 11.. MRS M A MARTIN. I J IlKCk. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. (J MYERS IIOt'SK ICMInc UN Ihililiy. n, A. L.U'KKV, English. Specialist, o i A Long Island man, Dr. .lack-oP. W.CREEN, Prop. an enthusiastic breeder of jwnies Shetland. It eland and Welsh. Tho Rural New Yorker, from which our illustni Thu.iable, wSlfh l run n with the tion is copied, has the following: "juri M)n HiHise, lia.yecen supplied with -- va him really "riding his Hero wo , 1hcfiliaadiMe t Imn Chaticey lirriliiatk, hobby," for ho stnnds astride of the will inaki'lhrstasonof iV,jal Ilia aiablw ol the A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, i'ndciwnoil I'ros, "4of a mile fim Hubble a ttme smnllest mature pony in tho country. on Buggies, Wagons, tie Kush lliaucli ti in pe ana ill wise This is Sugar Plum, a "skewbald" Shet- mares at Suppli.-and Is better than ever nil land mare years old and fully grown . Months Old. prepaie isupply the public with You can seo that tin $10 tollnsure Coltl4 nnd devclo'H-dHIOS OF ALL KINDS. doetor stands flat footed on the ground Chancey Denmark, 6 is a bar hure IhII 16 FIST-OI.A8On without sitting or throwing any weight hands high, foaled In 8; sired by llubb colls Personal and prnipptallention gisrnto Wedding Ills Stonewall ujKm tho littlo horse. This is a good Time, dam by old site, nnd Jackson pare with Parties and llurlals will rum are fine and c.f good P V. C.RK1N. way to "ride a hobby" keep it under anl(dy, addle stallion We hare )caillngs and Al. IILRNS. Manager Proprietor. be seen time. and show it ofr to t he two )ear olds on our farm, can without any blemish control a Chancey Denmark is sound lwst advantage and still do not injure it on him and "ritlo it to death." Sliinfunl, K lallTERX STABLE lon-ectlrwell-know- n Chancy Denmark, s 1 8 ( I &: lire-sen- s mQAV I '&TJK&. a Il rA t fZ Tlk IssssssssKy V He Is a coal black jack, le, hands high with out shoes, heavy body and good bone. lleishv HoiirbonChiel.the fmrst Jack in the world, sold lor ,ooi. s. llourbun Chief was siird by Kedmnpd s he by Imp. Hercules, and liU dam by Imp. Ksrarlcro. Ibiurbon Chiel's dam wa by Col l.ear's Imp Na;oleoti jd, ad dam by lleuna isla was nl dam by Imp Castilian. lleuna 'liptiecaniie;sired ha by the gieat Compromise; he by t... w.r.L.r . Iiirh was acknOMidired the best llourboti Cheif is jennet lack ever In Kentucky . nign noui muci, nik...k i hanils j incne iho biggest Jack ill the world lloisacoal black Willi nunly nose, and for form, weight, style, action anJ app'arance he has no eiual. He seises Irnntts al Jlj the aeasoii or J4"t0 insuio u living colt. loin Curtis' ist dam by Jic Phelps big jack and herdam by Sam I'helts'jack, ad dam by Ulack Her-cute- EVERY EYE ON iu. i, jODEY3 4 is com- bampon a, often-Don'- t BOURBON CHIEF pletely taken with it. Some were captured hy complete and handsomely illustrated NOVEL, but it was thote I sflfejl Blood and Skin Diseases. j WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS VERMIFUGE Wftivri ins iioniiY. The pony breeding business is profitable to those who understand it and are properly fixed to conduct it. There is a demand for dwarfs and ginnts. These bring tho hi','h prices, while tho ordinary sized horses, unless of very superior finality, will bring only ordinary prices. A bundled of tho littlo fellows turned together form a picout in the ture to delight the eye. It is only in size that these iionie's aro inferior to the-i- r bigger brethren. In enduranco they ire no whit behind tho larger horses, indeed it is claimed by the doctor that he can drive more miles in six days with a team of jMjnies than can bo mado by a team of horsei. They nro tough and wiry, and while they cannot travel so fast as tho horses of greater sizo they can keep at it for more consecutive hours. For intelligence and responsiveness to training they really excel, am': in kindness and affectionate dispositions they aro far better equipped, as a rule. A repoifer of a New York daily paper lately described tho Chiernsey breed of cattlo as "spotted Shorthorns, always plump." Tho tjamo young man would probably describo a Shire horso us a Shetland pony, always plump. Sired by old IloiitLon Chief w hose pedigree is given above, llindamw.is lllack Jennet, she was sited by a lack by Jason Walker's Castlllun and out of a full sister Iu lleuna lata, u ho was out of a jennet by lllack Snmpn.n llolhjacks willatand.it Colored Portraits "lin-lshe- $10 to Insure'.Colt 4 Months Old. 'I he servile fee willbediio in all aes where man a aru parted with or ,oe out cl the toiintry Mh..n .urh fart ih air ef I .lined bv us. a lien retain cd 0.1 all colls until season fee is paid iaii- - ami jcnnei. kepi ri ih.uh.uk- - ... tiikeii to iiii'tcnl uccidenls. but not leri'Oiisi b'e should any occur. , ur JIl.KH will unu.1 of Society Ladies, in the fashion ded partment, that the business." Every eye will (', cur welcome 9 CLUBBING ANNOUsNCHAlBNT (Thatsoundsq..e.r do.ln'tlt?) A tion to both year's .11 subscrip- GODEY3 I'AKK now, . CUV, N. ami JljG v l y -- f'f r ; THE INTERIOR JOURNAL KorSlfiO. wdvCC(.. Urvv..,. v, w igrra -- f .c; j JessolThompson's Barber Shop, There are three of the best llarbert in the Slate There are also excellent Hath Rooms run in con. ncctinn. Agent lor Lexington Steam Laundry. m C IvIiJW colli., llll piigio, lull tin; l.ratS P iilislit . nlivi't. iiiitsiu til tlio Utust.luosl pop. fj.uarn d simrkllligup m.dno most iiistiumeutol mkI eiectim ninn111 1 M f pivcv,iiu iioiieii , iii-rtin. udnu foiirlaMo mu portraits vis-,11011 l flil m JEW r JLm JtZMforty S wottli iiuulu fr.r 1 lost y riiii,niiia,iiiuriiiiii.iiii'tiiri.r, iMiiert-irss- i o tlicuri.i u.tpiaiilsti Adt-llrntll.nuil Atrn. W itouciuiuii, 1110 ixipuiur uuiiuit. .mi. w ilrr.a all i.rdura to NKW i Oltlv MlMt'Al. caaoa5ffc8SMaKri f.cuu. iiroauirar Tiioutro llullitliig, M. V. lUiutem'"'"' -- ''' "'it UivJ. ' 1'tilJsl. ini mtmttm imijklii fi 1 .iii c:-- - ' .., :. t.iriBnz'sw 'iir u ,, )5rH , b jw " "!- - W . ' ' ,." -- I" i 3 Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourna: Breeze : SOBEAMEH; hwh. Wilkes. COX,. i B. W. 20126. jae 15107 . j t nay tnone, r t iivjosirru ny lo.i.eu rccoruI , The Lincoln Stock Farm, J. P. CROW, Proprietor, - DILLARD DENMARK This finely bred stildle itdllion will make the seaton of if93 at Cook' Spnii't, 4 mile Eatt of Stanford, nt A mahogany bay, black inane unci lull, 16 hands Kino saddle stallion, loalcil May is, i833. Sired by the well known saddle stallion Scream r, lie by a noted Denmark horte i'lm dam by a Sciond (Sill, id dam by Logan's Gill, 3.1 dam bjr (fill's Vern.ont. Old Streamer In hi day ami lime wat a fine knw horse and ha produced a fine lot of saddle harm This yourit stallion u a few toming Kcntucklati, 2:27 and of tho dams of Kentucky Un on, (j) 2:13; Ualsoru Wilkes, 2:17; Palony, liunaventura, :i8!4 and Winston JJ9HJake tired by Metscnger Chief iS5, tire of 17 and of the dams ol 5 in the a 30 litt. tcsrlings thai tho fine iaddlu Melrose Wilkes sired by Rod Wllke, tiro of Ej qualities and are good ones. Screamer will make and of the damt of 13 in the list the season 01 iiviai ine sisuic m unownrr on iuc l)is Kiver and Gairard County turnpike, near Ililsora tired by Abdallah 15, who hat fully Mill, DuJdertr's in tho Int. 3,txM deicendant Col. II. W, will make the season of i&;3 t our Colt. Living1 olt.. $15 to place amilesnorlh-eat- t ofStanlord, on tho Logans t will at the lame time and place stand my J Hirer Turnpike, If mares I parted with money I due. Lein on creek and Dlx year-ol- d Jack, colt until money It paid a Living Colt. CHARLES DUNN. $10 to Standard. Hay stall on $ hand high, foaled 1SS7; ilred Mary Lou by fclotker, sir King Totk.ey l 1:19!! Nellie O'Neal j:aW: IloraMaititi alio; at by George Wilket aire cf Harry 3vear-old- ; Wilkes 3M3U; Uuy Wllke 313V,! with three, I'elntk y'a year old v. llli record under three at dam, Fannie by Iron Cadmus; ad dam Cadmu hy American Uchpte; id " by Brown's Ac itt dam l'.lua lane, ilain of Mnud Mettemrera ifttit ad dun. Kittle lUvert, by Alex atider'a Abdallah, aire of Goldsmith Maid 2 14 ; jd dam Ited Jackit, fte. llrteie Wllke will main Ihe seaon of 180J at my place, a1 rrilta from iMaiifoid on the Ruth llranch pike at a'tiUl - it dam Lady, by Mclrote Wilket ad dam, Mii It,, by Maltora 5139. 1044, lire of Koltn, ro, .: 'llMcKINNEY, - - KENTUCKY. $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when colt Is foaled marts parted with or bred lb another ho lie Pasturage I urnithed mares at Ja.oo per month; will not be responsible for accident thould any occur. Dillard Denmark was sired by Double Denmark he by Montrose, he by Diamond, he by (Jainet' Denmark he bv the grest race hnte Denmark lit dam by Wadunton Denmark, ad dam by John Dillard, 3d dam In (Jrey Eacle (thoroughbred) Double Denmark' dam Nellie, wat by Waihinglon Denmark, ad dam by Shroptlure' Tom Hal. Dillard Denmark It a beautiful dark sorrel three whi e leet, heavy nune and tail, to hands high, he hat proven himelf a breeder of large, handsome movers This s a finehnrseif he hart no pedigree. Hut we do m deviate to ay he Is one of, il not the bred saddle horse in he country. Runs through premium saddlers nnd thoroughbreds on both udes. All kinds of plants for sale in teaton. J. K. COOK. Rowland Ky. At $8 to Insuro a Living Insuro a 0 At Insuro W. K. St E. C. GAINES, Belmont Chief 8689. STjncLa, ..And., tet 1 for a mare and Y fur a hone, to iniure a T. L. IIAUOHMAN. cult money due on allscisont when colli ciime he if maitaarc traded oil or removed I rum Iare neighnot in borhood without satisfying in that they lost, seaton becomci due l,in retained on colt till mimey U paid. Addict At $8 liv-in- J.S BAUuIIMAN. Stanford, Ky TEE SILVER KING. 713 , O. M. SPOONAMORH, Ituwland, Ky. Standard, No (lay S'allion, 16 less. hands; foaled BRYAN 6480. IIY METROPOLITAN 137a. Son oi Rydyk's Hamilloulan. Dam J OK IT E liy II LOO D Clir.lKnj . iGlWMllTflS ffifajJfKBD g33SflS5c Central Park, Danville GAItlHOXlTO 8419. heat. Kittled IBS; lllack j Hone, 16 hand Sired by GAMIIKn "A WII.KKS (Sire of 31 in a jo V"" ) dam Mud, by Garrard Chief (tire of Mini Duke ' a i',( and of the damt ol Don 1'icariii (3) Don Lorenao (1 1 17)5, I.nttle Lowric ;t) a i6;, GaWnas tSl.'i by .Mambnno Chlel dam Nell, by on of Hilly llolcc t 11, by Cor beau, tire of4 producing dam. 3 dam by Helm's VorkthiK thoroughbred In otfermr (Jambonito's rervlces we believe that wehaveinlilm the IIESI INDIVIDUAL, the HEM CAIIKD, MRS I" TKMI'EKKI) and a GOOD A RACK HORSE a live. Ilehatprov-e- n hluuell an eicllenl breeder Thehrat colt or - hit wa handled latt teaton at a yeir old, and trotted quarter early In June in 4 secondt, and wa then turned out until falland handled about x month and could trot quarter late in the fall In Race record a 14 3H1 1 1 SIREnllVSILVER KING ,Sonol OnTlme1, firtl dam by Limber Jim; dim by Old Drennon. Thit handtomo willoiakc thn MAton of 1811 nt Ihe S (). Il.1111.hman place, five mile from Dauville on the new Lancaiter turnpike, at tec-on- , NAnMBTM ' r l(0KG)iUI39 EUPvEK A CHIEF lllack stallion; tS hands high; foaled ES3. KV without white! $10 to Insuro a Living Colt. Wo v. Ill alto ttand the d BLACK JACK. SMITH, ij.i liandt h'nh, by I'roctor Knott at $0 to InHuro n Living Colt. Marrt kept at rcatonable ratit at oer't ritk. IIAUOHMAN IIROS, Danville, Ky. 1, gl Denmark Chief. Denmark Chief will make the prcient teaion at Sire of Kanrlc Rolnnton, a.jo Stnmlitrd Htilo G. Metropolitan by Ryulyk' Haraittonian dam Hyacinili by Volunteer K'andam (lira, dam of L:LM, nimlo in third heat in race nt Kvunsville, I ml. Ilns trotted miles in llocord ' Dealer and Dictator, by American Star. Will remain in stud till June 1st and then go hack Metropolian lancknowltnlijcd by all 10 be oCh of 2:111; will go in 2:15 this senson. the best, and hv many the very bet, bred stallion in training. ever foaled lilt full titter, Reina Victoria, sold rv hy WnUingliam 2100, (sire of Lntittidu 2:19) nnd 7 or 8 others in the list.) at the Ml r'erran Sale lor It ?. the hizhett prr ever paid for u brood-mar- e ill a public ale. I wo Duroc 100, mih of Hamiltonian and sire of K- lby ntr9l fillle by Melropohtan, neither 01 which weru ever nine2:20, the darn of Norlaine, yearling record 2:31 J. honked 'ngle, told at public rale for $1,31;, Sister to James Howell, Jr., by Hamiltonian 10, sire of Dexjo. Illoo-- I Chlel, hv lllootl'a lllack Hawk; dam Mils ter 2:17. Duncan by tcotl'a Hii'hlander; grandam by by Harry Clay 45, sire of the dams of St. Julien 2:11 J, Kodine Aratut; id dam by liuioleon. Wood Chief tired tVle Snyre Wootey Jim 1 19, Fannie Robinson KH, and 2:111, and 12 more that have produced 2:30 trotters; also Chief 1 23 lllood's lllack Hawk tired Ihe damt of nire of the dam of Electioneer, sire of 50 in the 2:30 list. Von Arnun 3 iqVJ and Alniont. Jr , j.jS, and cran-da- m of Itelle HraiHeld a o and I'roticnc a. 18. dam hy Liberty, son of Lance, by American Eclipse. Ilryan It a beautiful bay, foaled June ?th, itSt. Wnlsingham 2100, sire of Xaboth, is one of the vounge.st sons of George Wilkes He will make lie prcient teaton 1893 nt Morcland 1 m Its north o( lluMorpllle, en the Danville and 51ff, record 2:22, who siretl Harry Wilkes 2:13J, Guy Wilkes 2:15J, Mike Wilkes 2:153, Huttonville,pike, Wilcox 2:10, and 02 others in 2:30 list; also 41 producing sons and 10 producing Sc-ly- SlKKIf EUREKA. Son of Coleman's Eureka. nt dam Mk by Hlood Chkf Jr., ton of Rlood Chief 79J. iddaiuby Goodwood, son of Lexington, the founder ol the ureat family of race hortet. anybody price for hit teriric to htm 13$ to inturc, or JiJ ihe leawin. of tervlce. tlile. oon. eral ol hi K We will handle He it a nice bay, 13 hand "VJ inchei hieh, lour and Wninit you to call and tee Oambomlo not hi prevent accident, but )rart old. He taddlrt well, hut hat not been pioluce Car 10 thouM nv occur. Nurt kepi at rra trained, He It by Ilutchinton Clilel, .No Him, ny Mertenicer Chief. Hulchimon Chiert Tint ttnibli rale by Sentinel; id dam by Aleiander's We will handle trolteri and saddler at return- dam by Red Jacket. Metteneer Chief Will make the season of 1891 at "Maplct" the able rale. Korluelher prtlelar call on or ad by Abdallah Pilot; itt dam by Mambnno Met old home of Arthur hltui and WyanJotte, WM M RUE & SON. tenger. ad dam by Mambrino Chlel, 3d dam by Dantlllr, Ky. Imp Napoleon. (I. Denmark Chlefi itt dam wat ured by Sumpter Denmark, he by Uoddatd't Denmark, he by Lein retained on colt for service fee. Directed (ialnet A Cromwell's Denmark, he by the race wat hnrte Denmark, he hy Imp. Heilirefotil, Hit ad 13945. Fannytired by Director 19S0, record a'17! itt Wilket. by George Wilkes 519, record dam dam wat by On Time, 3d dam by Red Lion. td dam I'an idam of KateSprague j.iS, Lil s.si; I will aleo ttand at tame place my fine mule jack Sprsguc a 37(4, Ac), by Lance, sen of Morgan; 3d dam l.lucen, by Oencral Gilford; 4th dam Farny, by Cnanccllar; jlh dam by American SUmUnl. Urcti liy Chntlcs Dunn. Kclipie. Directed It Ily Hiilblc'a I'rlnce, the tire of llrixnoli and Joe magnificently is hands, iVt inchei high; he it SIKKI) HY ONWAKDCIIIKF IHKi. built and tulendidlv nrorortioned: lllackburn, deep through Ihe heart, short back, long body, Hy Oiiwunl 1411, rcconl '2'2.'t, aire of 10 short from knee to ground, short from hock down, fine loin, hip and ttiful, nice mane and tail Crow in 2:i() lihl, Im 1" proiluclnj; son nml 10 black, 1 pie lid id eye. and intelligent countenance. Mares psrted ith forfeits the Insurance. .riulnrlnir ilntlt'lltrrn. He It beyond any doubt a born trctUr. A ton of liv Ilulcliin- L. D (JARNKR, Inlilam Ijiily .McM-'iipTthe great Director J.17, the only hnrte that ever , Crab Orchard, Ky 1.11&1 Jiinr-lived with a record at kooI as 3.17 that hat tired 'M aon'a Choir two with records better than j 11 Hut the po er (ilmnof MmMlMtenRcrlJ 11. Merit 2 37) 10 ieget extreme tpcec it ine turtn rignt 01 Wl y Ciontli' HiM'.oIM.Vi.nIreof 1'carl 2 HO, rector, having tired Direct p) a 04, who has , tlnm of Hurtle won f)8,i$7 30; Margaret S.,a u'j, winnings Jto,-11- 1 JLc.i Mil iliim Kitty lUvi-mjj; F.vangcline 4 yrs a il(,, who has won Cilrl 2117, liy AUIallali lr, "iru of Almoin, t.-winnings S,iand Directum 3 yn) a Iteliiiotit, Ac ; Itli iluinby Keil .Ineket. hire S", making a total of (69,4 as 'or tr,e quar221 1, tette Director and hit get hate won altogether of tlie tlnm of Kentucky Wilkoi $114-7Htjtl Kntiiilain of 73 ' MniitKOii Wilkes T. A. ELKIN, Su So 217, l.isiiu Wilken - Ital Wilken, Lancaiter, Ky. 9 caWi at time on hreed 9eodi Ih Wo make $8 to IiiHurc n Livlnj; Colt Abdal-Uhiiilda- Llrrie Gaph, by Washington Denmark; 2d dam Old Jennie, by Robert llruce thoroughbred). Coleman' Eureka, the uramhire of Kureka Chelf, was by Young's Morgan dam by Ilostou &c Eureka Cheif it n worthy representative ct a horte that founoed as great a family of saddle hortet at any stallion that ever made a reason in Kentucky, vii: Coleman's Eureka. Coleman's Eureka wat never beaten In taddle and combined ring", and he imparted to his get size, color, style and finish. Kureka, though a young horse, bat won about jo bluo ribbon at Kentucky Fairs Eureka Chelf has never been shown, was not broken to taddle until last year; but judging from 4 his tire, style, color and action, we predict for a Living Colt. daughters. Nnboth is n bay $10 to Note. horse. 10 hands hiirli. foaled June 28. 1SSS. His nrMliirrne him the same success that has attended his sire lie a ture foal getter and a fine breeder. contains the blood of Hambletonlan, George Wilkes, Mambrino Chief, Pilot, Jr., and arid grandsire in show ringt. Hit dam Mag, by Illood Chelf Jr., was a winner In all chutes and by I.ein retained on colt fur teaion money, mare Harry Clay. $40 to insuro a living colt. a horse that never sired a mean one. This horse bud to another horte or traded off makct teaion is bred right ti sire horses that will command the money due. attention of all Intelligent horsemen. He is good W .S WICHAM, individually and can show for himself in any comMoadaud, Ky. pany. Will make the seaton of 1893 at Adam Saddle Stallion. Hay horse. 151 hads high, 3 white feet, heavy inane and tail, fine Pence place, one mile Irom Stanford, Ky., en Huitonville and Stanford pike, at style and action. Sired by Woodford Denmark. "l dam by King William. 2 dam by Goddard's Sumpter Denmark. 3 dam n thor- yf aver-auin- tf - Eureka; asm by lone Crockett by Scott's Crockett, son of Davy Crockett. Illood Cheit Jr.. by Hlood Chelf 70s; itt dam kurcka, by that great thow stallion, Coleman's 1 1 At Insure 1 DIRECTED 13945, At $20 to Insure. j,. oughbred, $15 to insure n living colt. Q-I-A.XD-- 5r $15 to Insure a Living Colt. M. S, "W-IIDIKZIEi- ONWARD MESSENGER. PKINCE, JR., At $8 to Insure U; um Haute, Ind. SIRED IIY RED WILKES 1749. 1 dam Nellie I) by I!olt. 2 dam Lucy by Coppcrbottom. Red Wilkes 1749 (sire of Red Belle 2:11. Prince Wilkes 2:14, Allie Wilkes 2:15, Phil Thompson 2:lGt, and 83 others in 2:30, eleven in 2:20; 28 in 1S91) bv Georce Wilkes 519; 1 dam Queen Dido by Mambrino Chief 11. etc. Holt, by Alexanders' Abdallah 15 (sire of Almont, Relmont, etc) 1 dam by Grey Eagle. Grady Wilkes is by one of the greatest living sires, is kind and gentle nnd hns shown a 2:30 gait. Will make the cu.istm nt $15 to insure a living colt. Seal brown stallion, 15J hands high, foaled 1885; bred by George W. Carico, Terra Silas SANDIDGE& HUSTON, Stanlord, Ky. King Huston. Sandidck. JEB :: STUART. 9 fre-lent- ly 'WXlL,lLiT.3Mi: Jacks SEASON OP 1893. n, S7 22J 22Jf Ac, ""flay bote, lieavv inane anil tail, with abe, Mvln nml llnbli. nml ienrocntiiijj The Combini'il Slnllloii at SI5 to Insure miiiiu of the beit trotting fiimllics in tho a LlyiiiKColt. whole country. Shoulil make .1 Rrcal slock hora. Will innko a liort m'ih hI our dablu 2J milw west of Htanfonl, nt LEXINGTON DENMARK, Sflddlo Stallion. Hy Silver King and out of a Gray Eiijle marc. Ho is a handsome dark gray and a line Miow horse. Will stand at $10 to insure a living colt. I nl-- o have Four FillO tliat will stand at $10 to Insure. Stable two miles eotilh of Hustonvillc on Morelnnd and Carpenter's Station pike. L. Jeb Stuart, sire of Kitty Patchen a nV, Dark nett ai'J and Out Crots a 30, is a black horse, sK hands high, sired by Mambrino Patchen, (j8) First dam Puss Prall, dam of Lottie Prall a aSji, Lady Stoutaao, lllack Diamond a ajVJ and five producing sons and three producing daughters, Hy Mark Time, ad dam Cora, by Daniel Webster. In color, sire, style, finish and especially in his legs and feet he is the counterpart of tho old horse and like his sire, ho imparts his superb finish to , nit com. Jcb Stuart is a full brother to Mambrino Time, that, age ronndered, it the greatest brood mare tire yet before tho public, his daughters having already produced ij Irom a b to a jojf and the oldest but eight year old. Jeb Stuart will make the season of i3i at Mill, 4 mllea north ol Stanford, on Dix River, Dud-dera- r's J. K. BAUGHMAN, H llustonvillc, Ky. At $30 to Insure a Living Colt. o SENTINEL 21479 (GI-llIKO- another hone. $12.50 to Insure IwVKCK MULE 7 Wedgewood 436. This Which wa made with but little handling STANDARD. ncntinel 11479 wa "fed by Almont Sentinel, by Sentinel, ho by Hambletonlan 10. a Maro in TlicSlaiulnril nml IlcKisstiTtilJuiini't .luck itt dan. by ShkeMare;d dam by Long's Hamlllack Stallion; Foaled in 1BSJ.; 15 hands high. iltonian; id dam a thoroughbred At (initio place n for rfuli mill Jennet Collx, nnd nt Sentinel 11479 it a beautiful dark bar, 16 hands high, heavy mane nnd tail and pninounced by for Jnck, Same Term. 113. competent judges to be the handsomest horte in Kentucky Sire of Jay Kyo See 2:10, l'hallas 2:1.5. Director 2:17 and JIS others in tho 'J:.0 In telecling a tUlhou I endeavorod In get one At ?10 10 iiiMirc For Full lK!criton nml llxtemlutl Ped- with a gentle dupo.ition, combined with sire, list, and grand sire of Direct L'.OG, Nancy Hanks L':01. Lookhart --':14J, and .'JIJ others .1 form, fine square tnuting action, speed and HAKIMS, in the '2MQ list. Dictator by HambletoniRii (hire of Electioneer, George Wilkes DexA. AS T. igree cull 011 or uildrusH, merit a wella pedigree. Asatlri- - I am ter, etc.) dam Claratlainof Dexter 2:171, Alma 2:23 J and Astoria 2:2)J) bv AmeriSinn fori! , Ky. ttltfied that his succttt it aisured.as he has tomn of the dams of Guy 2:12, Hubert .McGregor 2:17.j, etc.) very promising that 1 am ture will can Star 1 1 I. S. go in the to Hit thlt year Two of them were 7 (Nonr) Shelliy City, ICy. told at Ihe Lexington talvt this ear and brought 1 dam Alice. . . .by Almont .13, record 2:30 3. by Abdallah lo (sire of Goldsmith Maid good prices. 2:1-1- , and Uelmont, sireof Nutwood 2:1SJ) dam hy Mambrino Sentinel 31470 will make the teaton ol 1893 at my Chief 11, out of a daughter of IMIut. (sire of the dam of ttablcat McKlnncy, Maud S. 2:0SJ). Almont sired 50 in the 2:o0 list. Foal EMPEROR 27. ItECORD 9i o DXCTATOM Money due when colt comes ar mare sold or bred Kor further Inlormation address S. K. DUDDERAR A HRO,, 1 Gilberts Creek, Ky. The Magnificently Ilred Saddlo Stallion. JACK, S25 $15 Sirod by Dictator Will make the pretent season at the ftable of his owner, two miles weit of Stanford, on the Shelby City pike, at the low price of EAGLE BIRD indi-tidii- $15 to Insure a Living Colt, $15. Eagle Ulrd Is a dark brown, full ifi hatds. He ns much style and action as any horse lu Kentucky As a umtorm breeder ol high styled, high fiolthed, fine colored colts heis not surpastcd by any horse within our knowledge. He was tired hy the gicit King Eagle, (winner of more than 40 premiums J First dam by Star Kagle, best son of Cabbell's Lexington.) ad dam liy Hamlet Denmark, (ton of Washington Denmark 3d dam by Harris' Denmark, (son of Miller's Denmark King Eagle was never beaten In the model ring by hore, mare or gelding. Sired by lllack Eagle, sireof lllack Squirrel itt dam (the dam ol Mark Diamond and Monte Chritto) by Black William. Care will be taken lo prevent accidents, but not respontlble should any occur. Parting with mare positively forteils Insuranco Grass lurmthed at $1 per month TEVIS, dt (t-ir- hat a hue mane nnd tall, with Jr fine taddte slnlhon will make Ihe teaton ol ift)l at my liable one mile writ of McCorniackt Church on Ihe Knob Lick, McCormacks Church JudTurncrtvilIt turnpike road, Lincoln Co., Ky, GUT EOGE 261. Rcglitered At $15 to Insuro a Living Colt. Money due when colt stands up and sucks, mare parted w ith or I red to another hoise. Gratt furnithcd at i per month. Not responsible for accidents should any occur 2 dam by Norman 25 (sire of I.ula 2;l May Queen 2:20. of the dams of Norval 2;17J, Fanny Ilobinson 2:20, Norman .AJedium 2:20, etc.) by Morso Horse G; 1st tlaui Slocum mare, by Magnum IJonum. I, at S3 tho Sea::n, cr 510 to Insure a Living Colt Four Months Old. IJy Second Jewel 48. GEOltGEE.ALFORD, 9 0 4 dam dam old Waihlngton Denmark 6 Itt dam Lillie Denmark tired by old Stonewall DenJackiwn ?J, he by old Washington mark 64, dam Crustader Ac. ad dam wat by RIHe'a Clencoe, be by Imp Olencoe tired 3d dam wat tired by the .laniu thoroughbred Kreat old Tom Hal and out of a Coppcrbottnm. e Realirlng the great demand for a first class ttallioii I hate taken great pains to croft this horte and I respectfully Invite the intnecilon .md patronage (if every one withing to bred to a horte belonging to the most popular and fashionable tired umiliet of hit clan, as he crotset back 10 tho acknowledged foundation taddle strains. Maret kept any way on liberal terms, but not retponsible for any accident! thould any occur. J. M. CARTER, JR, Shelby City Ky tad-di- money It paid, Colls standlnt goo! until marrt parted with or removed frui'i Co., lorlcltt and Pedigree money Ditcrlption mturance handi high, heavy mane Heine dark bay and tail, very tinooihe, even turned horte and ha all the fancy saddle gsll whkh he trammil with great unllorinity lie wanned by hecond Jewel .,8, he by lewel Denmark (CunniliKham) ;o, he by tt ". Dam by Old Stoncvrall Jacktnn. This fancy saddle stallion will make the season of 18.M at our ttablo Jj mile from .Milledgetllle, Lincoln county, Ky , on tvc Stanlord and pike Owing to the scarcity of money, we will ttand him McKlnncy, Ky. Young Twyman mare, by Coeur de Leon (Hevis). Old Twymnn mare, (untraced). ERRICSSON JR. 1 George Dictator will make the season of 1893 at At $15 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when the coll ccmet or mare parted with. Maret grazed or fed at rcatonable pneet. Not reapontible for accidents should any occur, dill Kdge is n beautiful red torrel, llasy mane and tad, is hands 1 niche high,' was foaled Sept. 6, i&S6, and it a perfect taddle hone. (illt Kdge wat showed and took j tear-ol- d the tweepitake premium at Kirktville and Dan villeand In hit own ring at llarrodiburg Those who want to bleed to a good saddle stallion are cordially invited to look at our horso and tee him mote, He wat tired by Second Jewel, he by Cunningham's Jewel, he bv old Wathinglon Denmark Hit Tint dam Minnie by McDonald's Ilalcnrn Second dam by Weill' Cruiader, bit itt dam bf Stonewall Jackson , hi by Wathington Denmark, he hy lllack Denmark, hit ist dam by Cruiader he by Old Whip, ad dam a Rocky Mountain mare. Black stallion, nearly LE S 15 to insure a living eolt. :D 16 hand- - high; foaleil 18SG; ville, Ky. bred by George F. Keene, 74S. Will also stand a good Mule Jack Shelby- 5 At3 to lusure. B. P. WOODS, Stanford, Ky. Sirod by Mambrino Lo Grand id, dam lllack Silk dam 2 (son of Washington Denmark.) by Yellow J ackst 112. by Drennon. WALLACE DENMARK 55. aa MADISON SANDIDQB& SON, SILVER TIP 169. This handsome saddle stallion will make the season of 1S03 at the stable of lleailey llros., one mile wettoisianlord on the liuilonvil.e turn- S MllledgeviPe Ky. IREID EAGLE, STANDARD. Foaleil May o, 1S89. Illood heavy mane and tall, 16 haudt Sired by the world renowned Red Squirrel, the greatest taddle stallion on earth. Tho winner of three priies at St. Louis, Mo., fair, as the lost saddle tlallion any age. Premium J75. Second is tho liest taddle stallion, mare or gelding any age; premium $ijo Third at the bett model utility tlallion, marc Or gelding any age; premium $150. A succeis not achieved by any other stallion on earth before or since, living or dead. Red Squirrel sired bv lllack Squirrel, by lllack Kagle Ac. Red Katie's dam, Rowcna Webb Rusiell 744, by Funk's Sumpter Denmork, was never defeated in a walking ring by tlallion, mare or gelding. Red Kagle will be permitted to serve 30 mares, 15)4 hands high. SECOND COUSIN TO MAUI) S., by I lighlauder. 3 dam By SUMPTER DENMARK, Jit.; he by Godand Nutwood and half brother to dard's Denmark, he by Galnes& Cromwell's Denchampion the dam ot Mouclte j:io; Lo Grand has been a very successful show horse, having never been beaten in a mark, ho by ths race horse Denmark, he by Imp. stallion record.) and the sireof the dam of llelltara, 1 breeder. j. 08)4, alto ot the dams of three others with recordt show ring. Is perfectly kind and gentle and is a No. Hedgeford. a"(t of 3:19, " made in 189 1 dam Tannic Wallace, No 36, by Sir Wallsco, to insure a living colt. I also have solid black, 16 hands high and Will stand at QIO Erricsson Jr., Is a he by rodhunter'j Sir Wallace, he Uy weighs iToo lbs , nod Is a stallion that recommends Sir Albert (thoroughbred.) himself, liy Erricsson 130. the champion stallion a dam by Vlrginius (dam orVirginius byTran- oflnsdav. nt dam by Ilodoc, by old Pilot, the bv, (thoroughbred) he by Mason's sireol Pilot Jr., sire ol the dams ot Maud a., Whip. and Nutwood. Hit coltt are unuvilly Which I will stand at tho same place and litno at to instite a living colt. kind, good tire, fine style, having produced some a Whip Mare. 3 dam Will pasture mares at $2, but not responsible for accidents. best the country can afford, of the $15 tho Insuranco. 'I hey are good roadsters and the best of family M. S. BAUGHMAN, hormt, and if handled would mnke good racert. Will male Ihe teaton at my tlable j'., miles from Stanford, Ky. Huitonville on the Huitonville and Liberty road, 262. e, Thxeo Good Jacks, SIO LEXEL At $10 to Insure a Mare in Foal. Mare bred and traded or bred elsewhere render Combined bay stallion, 16 pike, At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. Money duo when colt 11 foaled or niuro parted u.ii. mnted out of the cuunivor bred to another horse, l'atlurage (urniihed niaret from a dltlanco at it per month. Due care will be taken 10 prevent accidents and escapes, but iti nn event will teaton due, Lein retained on coll until teaton is paid. 1'aiture Ji. jo per month, all nitres at owners hay, black legt, ritk. E. S. POWELL. high. 9 v hands high; both hind ankles white. we be responsible lor either. I'tJigrce: Silver Tip wat tired by Silver King, 1- .- .., (in 'i imp. h bv Stonewall luck son. by Oll r, ton ol Wag r jftt dam by Skedaddle, Lion, by Red oner; tecona uaiu He liver King's dam was MoBloodMounce. sired by s lllack Hawk, ibell'a Leslngton, ton of 1 lam by Youug America, son of I aylor's Mes ... . il.i. .... .I.m 1... -- l..ln Mil .1 im j .v..w, ... ....... aesger. saeaauuie itt Trumpeter, 3d dam Aralut. was foaled Mays. 1888, er Tipy Dwcrlption:-Silvl"h "" """ a beautiful red bay, isK tail, which he carries to perfection. Wo claim he has more natural "01 this young stallion that ani action than any alalllon in the country--?- n a saddle a word, he is a model in lorm and as that this is one ol hone It can be taddle'.laltlons in ihe State with b ed the through hit the very best taddle blood courtingthoroughbreds. veins backed up on both si.les by ho -.- "'"' BEASLBY BROS. hqrs- Tho cheapest fee of any stallion in the Stale, a ei. We can readilv recommend him as and fine breeding considered. his breeder as this will be hit third season Personal attention to stock at owner's ritk. colt, will compare favorably with the 8H of by K. D. KENNEDY, hone in the country. iro. lu. bo d, L..j.i,im'.., .Ira ""."-""?'- ujftto , qu.llt. At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. W. H. HAYS Huitonville, Ky. CrockM, ton of Denny's Urenrou. by Imp ,.by dam the Wm. Lutk tad lie the bett saddle mare cycr in Uarrard Co. Drennon. by Highlander. a dam Abdallah Messenger (sire ol Enjllih Hunter) it by Mestenjier Chiel (tiro of Maud Messenger a : : Jake a 33, and 7 ottert better than a 30). itt dam Sutie hy bontinel a a3!J, in iStj, sire ol Von Amin a 19H ni 7 others belter than 1 30, and lull brother to volunteer) ail dam Klttv Klvers z d ol by Alexander's Abdallah (tire of.Goldsmtth Maid a 14 and the mou prepotent Maud Messenger a $15 Insurance. Will make the season of 1893 at my stable at son of R)sdyk's Mambletonian ) bX H"1 Jacket, (sire or the dam of Kentucky Wlllei Rowland 3 dra TOM -: rtcu vviiKesj oy iomet """ morgan, sire 01 Vermont's Denmark; to a Living: Colt. ""'.' Hawk, founder of the Morgan lainily, Son of Wallace Ihe race nt dam by Miller's Black Denmark, he by horte Denmark; hit dam the greatest fttuily of roadtters in the world. Ho it a dark bay, 16 hands high, foaled In iSSS. Klotirtl, ad dam by Montgomery's Oliver, 3d dam I will stand Enghth Hunter the seaton of ipj at my stable 3 miles from Shelbv City, on the Knob by Old Drennon. Tom is a nne shaped horse. He it a fine saddle horse, vlu fiuc style and Lick and Turnersville pike, at SB to insure a living colt. .Mooey due when colt is foaled or mare Mack with heavy mane and tail, 151 handt high ; action and good rcane and tail. He wassired by Hubhle's On Time, he by otd parted with, 1 will also stand tne excellent young J ack, It a natural taddler and will warrant him a saddle Wathington Denmark, breeder. $8 the Inauranco. Stonewall Jackton, he by he hy Gaines' Denmark, he by Imp. lledjjeford. Stock committed to my care and breeding will 1st dam by King William, the noted saddle stal receive my pertonal attention. Grast furnithcd lion; ad dam by Whip: 3d dam by old Telegraph, at reatonahle ratet, to be paid before removal of a great producer of taddle bortet. Three years old, 16 hands high, with white points, heavy bono good style and extra length. Sired by ttock. No responsibility for accidents or escapes. On Time, Jr., bred from all good families of sad- the champion lack, Tom Keene, by Rube Ilillington, he by Clark's Mammoth, he by Wight's Mam- Parting' with Slock forfeits Insurance. dle horses in Kentucky, will undoubtedly produce moth, he by Maringo Mammoth Tom Keene'sdam by Col. Epsom, he by Kpsom's Montgomery, by I have a nice track and stable in connection with good saddle hortet. Cole's Montgomery, by Old "lack Sampson. Tom Keene'a second dam by Mosul, by Compromise, by lleailey, a fancy Mr. Will also stand a young jack at tame .place and Tippecanoe, by lllack Hawk, by Imp Warrior Gov. St. John's dam Dolly Woods, by '1 ully'a War- my butinet.it with Royand we are prepared taddlo me horse man, to hau tame price. rior, her dam an Imported jennet. The above finely bred young jack, whose blood lines trace twice to die horse', both lor saddle and harness, satisfactoA lien will be held on all colls till season Is paid. the great Warrior family and to the noted Hlack Hawk, the grcatett of tho Warrior family, with an rily to our patrons, For turther information, call on or address Infutlon of fresh Imported blood close up, should prove a grett bresder There v. ill alto be some ot bis last year's get In the neighborhood to show for themselves. Will stand at $10 to iniure a living colt J. STEELE CARPENTER, W. II. DUDDEHAU. Huitonville, Ky. Rowland Ky. to pproved mares and $13 lorjennett, without distinction at ta sex of progeny 5 Huitouwlle, Ky. BY ABDALLAH JIKSSKNGKB. Davy mar ON TIME, JR., ti i6) years old; 16 hands high. By WALLACE DENMARK ; (tee pedigree of Wallace Denmark 55 ) Mag 37. by Vldette, by Vlndex, he by 1 dam Blood's Black Hawk, he by Old Black Hawk. viiietlr's itt dam bv Whip, id dam Gallatlo, td dam Old ilcer. via- dux' itt dam by Mambrino Chief 11, sd dam by Old Bay Mettenirer, 3d dam I... r,lll.nnl. IVkl, a dam 'Wallace, he by Julia Wallace, bv rodhuuter's Si. Vai.acc, ho by Sir . Albert, (thoroughbred.! by Virglmus, he by Maton's Whip. 3 dam a Whip mare. 4 dam 4 the At $8 insuro "'"" u-- H0BIN50N. B. P. POWELL. X- - iV. . j L.'VjC -- -- JK4'W v r (!r.TMAUU,Jh. i T r tLAKKl. THE BRONZE TURKEY. THo I3 i. !, I' ? I j It' V' r ii Tho bronzo turkey heads tho list of our improved varieties. Of Into yenrs it hns supplanted tho smaller kinds on of its great sizo, hardiness, richTREATMENT OF STALLIONS. ness of plumage" nnd adaptation to tho farm. It is purely nn American breed. fiomo Kxcellrtit Horse Sf nin lom a Sne Tho bronzo turkey varies tho least from cessful llrcoilcr. tho wild breed in respect to color nnd ia troyble, I owned tho Duko of Porcho, nntl in a decided improvement upon it both in trlllpeinyremoToill thtVTItir food. MKlnN Attt nntl al.trAlt tlio 13 years I owned him ho never got sizo nnd luster of plumage. Nothing prevent headache nd Impart etijoymcnt of liro to Tfhlch you iinvef ns few ns tsl lunrea in foal in ono year, can exceed the brilliant and varied tints brn n Ktrancor. Doso nmmll. rrlcc," while ho did get ns high ns ICO colts of color of a bronzo gobbler in his sec83 conts. OMce, 3D rark PUco, X. . in n singlo yenr. Ho served n largo ond year. Tlioy permeato through tho number of mares every year I had him rich dark bronze, assimilating to that of and died when pat 20 years old from burnished gold in tho sunlight and fairly fcWWVVWWWWWVWW strangulated hernia. Ho had served HI rivaling tho famed Iinpcyan pheasant in marcs that year, and tho t fivo served richness and luster. within tho last week of his life nil got in w'th a woman of vigorous health passes When bred pure and from choice off in due time without pain or disfoal. .trains, theo birds attain heavy weights. I tried all tho various ways of keeping comfort; but when she approaches this They aro tho largest of tho ioultry race crisis MONTHLY with a frail constituand using this horse. I moved him tlur-in- g ' ind acclimated to our cold and changetion and feeble health she endangers tho reason tho first three or four well ndapted for ootn Her physical ana mental powers. years I had him, drovo him on tho road able climate. They aro residents who farmers nnd suburban ono or two winters, used lum in tho lumof rango, lieing more profit-nbl- o ber woods hauling lumber and logs a have plenty they can ream through the when couple of winters besido another stallion, -- 3 FEMALES-REGULATO- R meadows, stubbles nnd groves nnd proused him to break colts with, nntl one cure a large share of their living. If or two winters had n man ride him from hutched early and properly cared for and two to four miles n day. fed, they will averago from 12 to 13 if taken a few days before the monthly 1 gavo him Finally tho last fow years maturity sickness sets in and continued untill a big box stall aud led him to water pounds at Thanksgiving. Atand more, nature performs her functions, has no thoy often reach o5 pounds oxer-- ' twico a tin, and that was nil tho equal as a SPECIFIC for Painful, Pro20 to M pounds may be taken ciso ho had, yet ho was never inoro suro but from fuse, Scanty, Suppressed and Irregular as a fair average. A 2 or in his lifo than thoso last years. Neither crossed on tho common were his colts over more strong or vig-- bronze gobbler soveral ixninds to the turkey will ndd orous. and they wero always strong,) weight of each of tho chicks tho first Book to " WOMAN " mailed free. there being 02 foaled in ono year before BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, C. excess of weight in ap ordithere was ono lost. Therefore I have year. Tho would pay the first cost of Sold by all JirugffUtM. ' nary brood 3 como to tho conclusion that ninny of tho svvswvwm and leave an improved stock for whims and theories as practiced by stal-- ' tho sire profit. further lion owners are worse than useless, and Tlio custom of keeping up Thanksgivthat their stallions aro suro and remain ing and other winter holidays is an inso in spito of them instead of on account centive for raising this American bird. of them. Tho Americans do not tako to goose I firmly believo that tho best and flesh so kindly as tho Kuro'ienns. Every snfost wnv to liniidli' imv stallion of the resident outside of fanner nnd heavy breeds is to givo him n largo box crowded localities can rai'-- turkeys. It stall with a field of an aero or so three is not very difficult if one with water in his svall and tho requisites nninely, healthy nnd robust lot fenced with wiro that tho air may stock for breeders, proper food for the circulate freely, and then let him run voting birds nnd security from wet nnd CURES NOTHING BHT PILES, except in very cold or rainy weather dampness until they show red about the when he should bo kept in, and a horse head. A SURE and CERTAIN CURE that has not gimp enough to cxercLej Tho young brood should bo placed with himself all ho needs without chasing tho mother in a large, roomy coop, sale known for 15 years astho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. with a whip should never be bred to, but from ruin nntl cold winds, on p. knoll or irrsrrd bj nini'Kn'ios m niriNr. CO., BT. Loris. castrated tit once. elevated snot facing tho south. The I believo also that tho closer wo follow mass and weeds nround the coop should nature tho surer wo nro to bo right, and Im cut close. Two boards placed edge The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, therefore bhnuhl brood mares when they wise and staked each side will servo for Nose, Throat and Chronic Dis- aro in heat, bo it wjven days or seven- a teinnorarv fence. Chaff, dry leaves or teen after foaling. There can Imi no pos- cut straw should always be at tho lot-toease Specialist in the State. itive tiino giw.ii or rule laid down for of tho coop to prevent tho jwults all to follow. I have had inaru.s that resting on tho damp ground. Hard loil-ewould never get in foal till tho colts egg and stale bread crumbs mixed, wero two months or so old, and others with a little sweet milk ndded nt first; that when bred from the eeventh to tenth baked oatmeal or middlings anil oatday would always get in foal, b'lt when meal mixed, with n pinch of sulphur allowed to go by that time could not bo mixed in tlio food twice a week: cut ongot in foal again until after tho colt was ions nnd dandelions mixed with tho food, weaned. cottago cheese, milk, corn cake nnd Neither do 1 think it wise to examine blown bread, cracked wheat and millet. mares, except in unusual cases ierhaps, Tho meal should bo baked until tho birth and I have not the lejut duiibt thatmoro get n good start, nnd le sure to prevent abortions have Ik en caused and lo.ss of them from getting wet or damp till they service occasioned by examining them at feather out. from three :o eight weeks alter breeding .Murkrtlnc Honey. than have ever been gained by such ex-- , animations, especially by tho ordinary ' Tho honey needs to lo put in small stallion keepers. I have never been ublu cases and in nttractivo form. Inferior to lecrn by observation or otherwise any honey packed in neat boxes will boll lxt-te- r than the superior grades packed in way to tell whether a mare was likely to breed or not except by having her served large, clumsy packages. The consumers by the horse. Many times I have thought are tending more and moro toward the I had, but always oinetliing turned up nnnll packed nnangement for honey, soon to show me tlint i could not tell, nnd the largo old fashioned boxes are and this applies to all other notions and now nearly obsolete. Tho honey must whims regarding care of stallions and bo gathered as soon ns tho season closes APPLEfnAN y M. D.. horto breeding in general. Ono needs to nnd bo hhipjicd at once to the market. J. have a lot of good common sense and use Tho early btock always commands the THE CKLKHRATED it. E. Woodman in Breeders Gazette. ' best prices, for later the glut will begin nnd prices will drop immediately. T1i Delaine Merino. When tho white honey season is over, No one breed can supply tho oifice do- -' tako tho nectar from tho hivo and place Fcruierly Pio'essorof Practice of Medicine, signed to tho whole ovine family. Each it in a room where the temperature is breed has its peculiarities, which Medical College, it, a little better than nny other, to adapt kept to about 08 degrees. It will rioii Electrical a cer- in such a placo ns well as in tho hive, TORONTO, CANADA, tain environment. No breed but with and there will bo less loss. Honey left Now Examining Physician of the proper care will conduct its owner up tho in the hivo to ripen often gets stained Tlio smooth Delaine , and darkened by tho bees, who begin to hill of proserit Southern Medical Institute, Merino will como as near us any to being prepare for winter when fall comes. The LOUISVILLE, KY. an all purpose sheep. While the Merino sections should lo made as clean ns wool will not supply the place of coarser each in neat nnd Will be at Myers House, Stanford materials in tho manufacture of some section is packedclean nndcrates. If with stani'ied inndo Tuesday, April 25, one fabrics, it will come nearer thnn any the owner's name, it is sure to command day only. other Olio grade in supplying tho wants n good price. If there is no good market Returning every four weeks during the year of man. for it nt tho stores, attempt to retail it Dr. Applemanis a graduatccf Bellevue Horit-a- l Do I hear some ono fhv there is too; to customers that can be reached by Medical College, New York City, and the Elecwngon. Producers should know tho value trical Medical College, Toronto, Canada. He hat much gum and grease along with it made a special study ot tltp diseases he treated id that we cannot afford to have so much of their product. Uecauso honey was the great Hellevue and Charity Hospital (or sevin- high or low lat season does not make it eral years and recognizee iiosuperior in diagnosing of tho best part of our feed converted and treating Chronic Diseases. He devotes all to an article which yields no returns so tho present one. Tho prices quoted in his time to the treatment of chroni. and nervous corporations that tho papers must bo tho criterion. Helen diseases of both srxes and his skill as an expert in save to tho railroad this class of cases is wcllcstablithed Treats cue nro instrumental in its transportation: Wharbunlon in American Cultivator. cesslully, and That is air true, hut we can dispense, Ms o Stork rolntx. with this great excels of foreign matter Permanently Cures without exterminating the Merino. 13y Tho Leghorns are an Italian breed of Acute and Chrcmc Catarrh, Kinging in Ears ueamess, uiseaics 01 r.)c, ihiu.i proper breeding the Merino can be made fowls. Tlio Plymouth Rocks nro purely Lungs, Kidney. Urinary and Illadder troubles, to produce meat fit for a king, and the! American and a breed for Americans to llnght's Disease. Dubetes, Dyspepsia, Consti- - wrinkled Merino may become a stalwart,! be proud of. Rheumatism aud Paralssis, Epilepsy or fation, cured. noble creature, attracting tlio eye and It cannot bo said too early or often: Young or middle aged men suffering from Impotent)', Eruptions, the results ol worthy a tenement on the most princely' Don't turn your stock upon tho pasture errors or excettes, should call before It is too late farms that dot the t rairies of Iowa. N. before tho grass is well set and the ground We guraulce a cure if cae has tiot gone too far. Superfluous hair and all eruptions of the lace Sanson, an eminent writer on the sub-- i hardened. It is ruin even in June to turn pertnanentl) removed. ject of "How to Feed and Clothe the1 animals upon pasturesimmediately after Millions of Europe on Their Small, High, a rain. Every hoof leaves its imprint Priced Farm V declares in favor of the upon tho soft ground nnd j rut washet wool and mutton producing Merino. As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, "Mc in the placo or it packs so hard that the cured by never failing remedies lu February, 1800, 1 nold a carload of grass is killed. If the animals are allowed Diseases cf v,oiuen,such as Leucorrhea, painful Menstruation. Displacement ot Womb, bearing grade Shropshire lambs and yearlings to nip tho tender, watery glass before it is down pains in back, relieved in short time. which averaged in Chicago 121 pounds well started, your pastures will bo when The Doctor came all his portable lntriiments and comes prepared to examine the. most obscure and sold for 0J- cents. Tho same year you most need them us barren and dry medical HnU sjrgtcal eaes, toon after shearing I chipped a load of as tho desert of Sahara. He undertakes nu incurable dieascs but curet half blood Delaines, the other hundreds given up to die. If you find yonr dry feed running short half being the Vermont type, that aver- -' this spring and summer, tako warning cents, CONSULTATION FREE aged 10.i pounds aud sold for up more next fall. As I had their fleeces left I considered and put And Confidential. Addrrss After you turn tho cattlo upon the that there was as much profit in tho lat- J. S. AI'PLEMAN, M D , pasture do not let them wear paths in Ky Louisville, ter as in tho first load. As to tho dressing finalities of tho Merino, at tho fat the ground any more than you can help. BEST IS UClUTT. HOST II QCIXTIII. stock show of lHS'J tho produco of a Cowpaths wash into ruts and hollows. Shropshire ram and a Menuo ewo won If you find a path worn by tho cows' feet to tho point where the earth begins the prize over all breeds on tho block. to wash or pack, put obstructions in it Joseph Edgerton. so that the animals must walk nround. When hens are first nllowed to nin Brush or btones dc not look pretty in u out after confinement for the winter, field, but if you put them in a worn pasif they have not had nn abundance of ture path tho placo will in a year bo covgreen food or good clover hay they will ered with a beautiful growth of grass. fcometimes eat so greedily of tho grass Tho Hackney is tho name of a now that they find, ami which is dead and publication to bo devoted to tho interests dry, that it will pack their crops nnd of this breed of horses. they becomo "crop ImjuihI." There is Human beings do not catch "lumpy Cut oien Has led all Worm Remedies. but one remedy. remove tho tho crop ' jaw" from cattle. with a sharp knife, hay and EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Do not try to raiso early lambs noxt hew up tho wound. But a hearty feed SOL.D EVERYWIIEKK. Long. if cabbago leaves is a preventive) of tho teason unless you first provido waim Binunngos MCPimK to., gt. rrrptn.1 trouble and that is better than a sure. , pens for them. ;Tiny Liver Pills 9 TUTT'S ne mm ! MENSTRUATION from rendorlus Ufo tnl'emblc whea tlio . remedy la at your hnnil ? Blck-n.lach- o, rill ia Cm Vrrldl you Why do aut suffer Uyspopsla gmf-Jlaa-t Cnrlv Ilutchrit Turkey Will Weigh Fir. tpcti I'mimls by TlmiiksKiving. nc-cou- nt J&iP& LAMB CREEP. Vfe E.jLisra-EKI . STRAUS Plumbers K Dealers in all kinds & CO., . will Moid myj.uk, Ranger, the present staton nt my plate I1 mild west of Ilullonville, on the llradfordsvillc pile, .rhACritAI..-.- andSteam. Fitters. At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. I.ien retsined on colt till season is paid, bands high Mack with white Ranger is 15 poiuts. llred and rinsed bj W II Carpenter, or Ncwmiudletou, linn , nl U registered In the Hreedtrs' Association ot Nashtlllc, 'lenn lids a fine pctfotmtr and suro foal getter i . oflion and Urass Ooods'lo? steam and water. Sanitary Goods of all kinds. All wotk guaranteed against defective material and J7 wisrkmanahlp. ' ' for IYcO'iik Ijnl)It fori' Tlicy Aro Wciuirtl. To feed grain to lambs it is best to of u pen or corner of a field have a iittrd for Una purpose, so that tho lambs liny havo a siocinl placo to feed. In a pen in tho shed a corner may Ihj easily divided oft and in tho field a sheltered lw in the placo where tho flock Cons cnli nt TUsloe Carriage Painting & Trimming s irt -- j J. V. POWELL, Ky Huslonvllle, ' h-s- ' U.if ' t Charley Sandidge. Sired by Second Jewel aS. Dam Uowrna Webb lluistll J44 'I his fancy bred'slallioii Killmaletne srainn ol 89 j at Cool's "spring 44 miles cast of Stanfoid. I am ngaln ready to do all kinds of Carriage Tainting and 1 rimming Can be found at Dsugh-crly'shop, ready lo servo tlio public promptly anu well. 4 JOHN II. DeNARDI.Hianford. ...-- ,, . i. Commercial McKINNKV, KY. I Hotel, Hotel at I -- . '." . ' i ' 'f ' ' r-J- i' At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. lthor bred have bought above mentioned and have attached a BRADFIELD'S darn by Well s Pool Room. Money duo when colt is foaled, msrc parted First-Cla- ss U another horse Cunningsliam's repaired and refurnished the Hotel and Have Socond Jewel, by am better than ever Washington Denmark d s Halcorn; Jewel's itt dam bv Cm-ad- ... Bar and Charlej's dam, Rowtna Webb Rusiell, is oneol the finest walking animals on esrth, having met anddeleatrd all the crack walkers of Central Prepared to' Accommodato the Public. Special attention to Commercial Men 1' W r.ltKKN. Proprietor. JOK f ARSON, Manager I.AMI! 1 f cnunr. ers. tttiK pHtltitR frame. II. Sllillnn A. Vn for fnumi. C. Horizontal i oilers. I). L'prlwlit roll- Kentucky. Including itallious and geldings. She it by Kunk'a Nimpter Denmark, by fioodardtd Sumptrr Denmark, by Oaiues' Denmark Ac ". V. dam the 'Icmnklns mare Charley will be j years eld April, Jln. ilcjj. btiuht bay, while feet V, hnnds nnd is a natural saddle norse. vt c win w arraui nun 10 ra w er ol tRt'dlir IOOKR, Kl SNI Ky K. DR. JOS. HAAS' MENSTRUATION i 1 tabler'sdii e buckeyeJlILC OINTMENT i i m d mm i creep is to tako two strip, long enough to reach acroiwtho comer of the enaud strong enough to hold stithy tho narrow, upright pieces that should Ih nailed to them about ono foot apart at first- As tl:e lambs grow, tho slices between tho uprights must bo increased. An in genious nnd ve-useful construction siecially devise for this puriKiso is shown in tho picture. It can bo readily seen from tho illustration how tho size of tho opening may Ik oaily changed bv shifting tho eg nt A. By doing that the sliding frame. 1), is moved; nnd that throws the upright rollers. D, closer or farther apart. The scale of tho plan is ono inch to tho foot. Tho framework of tho creep is mndc of hirht, flat, iron 6trips. Tlio upright and horizontal rollers aro made of hard wood, about 2 inches in diameter. Tin creep is !1 feet A inches high nntl l feet 0 inches wide. Tho stntionnry, upright rollers aro n foot apart nnd 2 feet Ionic. Tlio illustration shows the creep ojoiied ns wide as os.sible. Tlio two end strii. of iron are extended so that tho creep may Ihj readily driven into tho ground, and by i mining a IxMird partition from either wdo it is easy to sepHra to a Mimll uiwirtmeut for tho lambs, either in the sheds or fields. Inside thoti'Kirtment for tho lambs we have a small wooden trough that is suited for feeding lambs. It differs ft uin an ordinary grain trough for feeding grain to xheop in that a narrow strip runs alontr tho top of tho trough alwnt eight inches above tho center of tho part of tho trough that holds the grain. This is to keep the lambs out ot the trough. In crowding for their feed they would get into the trough with their feet and spoil tho food if it wero not for this arrangement. Professor .1. A Craig. Wieconsin Exjieriinont Station. 1 sjk--chil- habit of gathering should be selected. 1 ;.o simplest way of making a lamb J. Cook K. D Kknniuv Hog &; Poultry Remedy Used Successfully Fifteen Years. Will arrest disease, prevrnrs ( diieaie, eiprls worms, stop tough, Increase llit flesh and hasten Dick Elmore, Jr. COMIIlNliDSTAI.l.lON'. insturiiy Price Is a beduliful dark bay; 1514 bands bith, star in trie Dick rlmore, forehtMd and left hind tool while ? Jr , was sired ..7 s.... Klinore; ... by si. KlinortM he by Alesamler AbdaUsh, site 01 tuMtitmiin Maid; be by Rsd;k'a Hainiltontan, sire of Destrr; John hr by AbJillah, he by Marubrino; be by Imp. Mrtf Die t.imore Jr ,'rsl dam was by MeJoc, d dam by Ara'us, he by In. p. Uiornrde Will make the preelit traioo of i'oj at my place f 10m lluiloksille, ou the Itusionwll m!l Turnpike, and cheapi-nt- . can St n, Ji t j and 50 rents per package; lie largest packages are jo Tor sle by A. R. I'KNNV. atanlord, Ky. 1 II. Cattleman. A. O. Lsnhsra n,r ), ROYAL Company, OF I.IYICItPOOI.. MANARKKS. At $7 to Insure a Living Colt. Dlek Itlmore, Jr , has praved himself a fine breeder. I.ein retained pn coll for seoin mny. Muney due if mare is parted with or bred to anuthcr " hersc. ItlCIIAVO DOWNEY. HUi. burg, Casey C., Ky, .. . insurance '". BARUEK&CASTLEMAjN Conmerco Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South BARNES Illatk horse 1st :i : 21739. 10 enrs old, hand IS hif-h- . W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agost, STANTORD, KY SiudT.yC. 1. Clay'.' dam Klin II. by Win. Welch nil. 1 Ins rtsilce I'd diim Kate by Gills Vermont. 'Id diun thoroughicd. lUt !ut C. F. Clay (put 11 in ihu Soprano by Hlrath-Inoie- : yonrl by Colilmn dam Win. Welch by llaiiiiltoninn, 10. llnriuN I n Miry Imnihuino and reedy colt nnd should make a fuel record this fall. Will nt:il.e the mmsoii nt mv place miles front Stanford on the Danville pike. 0 POSTED. fstewsrns hHMera, fisheruitr. nst lo trespass oft our Istidt without as all swvh will he prosecuted In the full est talent of the law. Signed l. CACKOWir. ad-others I W. It. HAY.V (. C I.VON K D NKWI.ANI). K. MRS. M A MARTIN. J I. IIKCK. I.. Willi At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. - MYKKS IIOUSK X.X VERTT HBmBmBK S. i English Specialist. ' os-sib- Itl.llnc UN llotihy. Stanfnid, Kj A hong Island man, Dr. Jackson, is P. W. GREEN, Prop. an enthusiastic brooder of jtonies Shetland. It eland and Welsh. The Itural New Yorker, from which our illustni This stable, wHIh Is nin n ro rectlfn wiiri th tion is copied, has the following: k!(l."i. Mers House, haoeen supplied with Hero wo -- eo him really "riding his 1 he finssdiMe Ma'Um Chantey Denmark, j, hobby," for ho stands astrido of the will rnake-lbnason of iS) l lh" siabl ol the A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, I'nderwood iile from llubblc's stoie smallest mature jioiiy in tho country. on ll'ei Rush I'ros ', of aru pike and will vise Buggies, Wagons, llrsncli II This is Sugar Plum, a "skewbald" Shet- mates at rummer's Supplies and Is tetter than ever nil land mare I years old and fully grown isupply the public ssitb prepaie and develojicd. You can seo that tin. $10 tollnsure Coltji Months Old. KIOS OP AM, KINDS. doctor staims flat footed on the ground Chantry Denmark, 6j is a bat, bore lull 16 by Hubbies On Personal and prorrplallt nlinn given to Weddings without sitting or throwing nny weight haudshlgh, foaled in 1M7 sired Tune, This is a good arc finedam byrbl Sicnewall Jackson Ills colls Parties aud llurlais ii'Min the little horse. and c.f Kod sue, and will rumpnre with r w.r.Rr.KN. way to "ride a hobby" keep it under anybody addle stallmn We have yearlings and At, lit HNS. Manager Proprietor. be seen time. terfect control and show it off to the two year olds on our farm, can without any blemish a Chanccy Denmark is sound In'st advantage and still do not injure it on him aud "ride it to death." (j .v. i..cki:y, STABLE Chancy f Denmark, w.ll-kiiiiw- n FIRST-OI,A8- 3 3Fti3XK CCfiniW3CSS He Is a coal black lack, nS hands high with out shoes, hesvy twdy and good bone. He is by llourbon Chief, the filirst Jack in the world, sold lor tr.ooi. ner- llourbon Chief was sired Iiy Ufiimnpu rules, he by Imp. Hercule, anil tils um ny irao. Ksrartcro. llourbon Cbiel's dam was by Col iU I.ear's Imp Napoleon id; ad dam by Henna sired lleuiia ota was ..1 .1,.,. j, Imi, f'atiili.iii. by the great tompromne; he by 'I ipoeianoe; hi by Imp Warilor. which was ackno,dgeil the best llourbon Chelf is ienr.etjack cserln Kentucky if hands j Inches high without shoes, making him Ihobiegrst jack In the world lleisacoal black with mealy nose, and for form, weight, style, action and apparance lie has no rnual. He seises seso or $4" to insure a living lennets at colt. 1 om Curtis' 1st dam by J- - c Tbelps' big Jack and her damby Sm I'helps'jack, d dam by IHack Sampson I EVERY EYE ON j j GodeyS I Vhe 4 y j& is com- a, BOURIION CHIEF pletely taken with it. Some were captured by complete and handsomely illustrated NOVEL, but it was those ' ' J Blood and Skin Diseases. - j j WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS VERMIFUGE itinivo his iiomiY. The pony breeding business is profit- $10 to Insure'.Colt 4 Months Old. able to those who understand it and are aes where 'I he servue fee will be due in properly fixed to conduct it. There is n iiiarea are parted with or j,oes out all the country ol demand for dwarfs and ginnts. These when such lact is ssicrlaiucil by us, a lien retainpaid until season o.i bring tho high prices, while tho ordinary edMareall rolts jennets kept fee is reasonable rates rt "' sized horses, unless of very superior fare taken to present accidents, but not rcfKilisi finality , will bring only ordinary prices. b'e should any occur. UNDJ'.RWOOD 1IROS , A bundled of the little fellows turned together form a picdock out in the ture to delight the eye. It is only in size that those ponies are inferior to their bigger brethren. In endurance thoy ire no whit behind the larger horses, ini ill n rAi deed it is claimed by the doctor that he can drive moro miles in six days with a team of jiouies than can bo made by a team of horse.. They nro tough and wiry, and while they cannot travel so fast as tho horses of greater sizo thoy can keep at it for more consecutive hours. For intelligence and responsiveness to training they really excel, ami in kindness nnd affectionate dispositions they aro far better equipped, as a rule. p-ii Sired by old llourbon Chief whose pedigree r given above. Hisdamu.is lllack Jeiintl, she was sired by n jack by Jason Walker's Casllllin and out of a full iter lo lleuna lsta, who was out of a jennet by lllack Sampson llolhjacks willstaiidat Colored Portraits of in Society Ladies, the fashion department, that "finished the business." Every eye will cur (Thstsoundsq.-r welcome CLUBBING tion to both ?l ANNOUsNCIsAinNT do.in'tltH A year's subscrip- I ' GODEYS PARK ROW, . CtlV, N. and THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ?caic.. 1 For oO. srv,s T 4wSsr, kf nn f loc y tutulu for forty 1 J j A reporter of a New York daily paper ATlately described the Guernsey breed pf cattlo as "spotted Fhorthorns, always JessoThompson's Barber Shop, " TtVT'lK-plump." Tho same young man would There are ''three of the best Uarber in the Stale probably describe a Shiro horso ns a Shet- There are also excellent Hath Rooms run in connection. Agent lor Lexington Steam Laundry. land pony, always plump. -" ..III n IICU lllllalKlll I ll., I f tl.t Illl'Vh .. t 11 t'll'IMI'Il lIlUllI IIIMVIV HI SIIW lUfl) lllll.l np(.f it uuiru ak'l ftmrkliim m.l ucmI, iimti umeiitnl ht....A ll I 111 IIIW isisra-sIIICtT",!!!! Visttssii Ill, IS.t1SdhaSt..tat AtA.lHfll III it( II rit.lllll ..Bm ii.sr tin 'iiilni'i fiinr tiirtfa Mini Hurl rnlta ( i.ti-rw- l i Ilnt?r-t MMiiiitiliti Ail fll ft Pnlll nttd Mr. W Illuu Hiiuckiiiilt. tlio iMiuuIiir Ail. w drHftjiUi-rilunNK.V VOUK MUSlrAl.JjJ KCUO. Itruailwar Theutro liuiMlnff. N. Y. f &orxBmox8 8 tjuLLff,. - - -t m- a- -1 ru sisisAtS'.v.' u.lv,lnlrll ' 'JJ"g-y.;---- vffl? rt - a ' . - ...,.WU - -- jJtosiaiMayg-i- . ixaC-JSg-t itJtt!iS& '' f-- k H,-'(f'r.Sa- i c- - ', V-- 5" "'"'v 4v '.AvfT,f -- :? r-- ' 3 D1LLARD DENMARK Thii finely bred anldle ttallion will make the Beaton of if 93 u: Cook'aSpruiK'a, 4V, inilei Kait of btanlord, at Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourna: Breeze : Wilkes. COL. 33. W. 201S6. at dam Lndy, by Melroe Wilket 5139. id dam, Mag) R by Italtora teat, lire of Koaltn, a:j5K Kciitucklan, r.tfW and nf tho dam of Kentucky Un on, (3) llaUoraVllkc,!:!?; Palony, lSonaentuia, r.iVt and Winktnn, a:J?S- A mahogany bay, black inane nml tml, 16 hinds high. Kine saddle stallion, (onled May i$ i88i. Sired by the well known saddle stallion Scteam r, lie by a noiisl Denmark Imrie Klrtt )ani by a Second (Jill, id dam by Logan's Gill, 3d dam by Gill's Vermont. Old Screamer in his day ami lime wai a fine show horse and has produced a fine lot of saddle liortra This young ttallion hat a few coming and yearlings that show tine saddle SOBEAMEB qiutititi and are good onet. Screamer will make the teaton ot 180JM the ttsble of hi owner on the Dis Kivrr and (iairartl uouniy turnpike, near Dudderar'a Mill, Standard. Hay Mall on 13K hand high, lo.iicii 18S7; (Irrd by Pctotkey, aire Mug 1'uiKey 1:15; Mary 1.0 u vaV. Nellie O'Neal 7::jjK: DoraMartm a:ia; at by Georg Wilkes (Ire cf liar vveart-old- ; wilket :tlHS tiuy wiikee a'ltv.; wim inree,a ilh record under ijo, l'etotky three yenr old at dam, Fannie by Iron Cadmut: ad dam Cadmu by American Kclipte; id Jam hy llrown's Ac tit dam Klua Janr, dam of Mnud id dim, Kiitln Riven, by Alex MenenKera ander'a Abdallah, aire of tioldiimth Maid record 114; 3d dam lied Jacktt, Sic llieeia Wllke will makn Ihe cvon of i8lj at my place, a" rrilca from .suufotd on the Kuh llranch pike at :J'- Wij hone, foaled iBotired by Jake - 15167. record The Lincoln Stock Farm, J. P. CROW, Proprietor, - :: a.ij, McKINNEY, - - - KENTUCKY. $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when colt Is foiled id art a parted with or bred 0 another ho tie. Paturacnturnihed mare, at Sa.eo per monlh; will not be retpon.ible fur accident ihould any occur. Dillard Dennmrit w ai aired hy Double, Denmark be by Montrote, he by Diamond, he by Garnet' Denmark he bv the grent race horv Denmark ton Denmark, ad dam by lit dam by Inhn Dillard, 3d dam bv Orey Eaile (thorough bred) Double Denmark' dam Nellie, wai by Wathington Denmark, id dam by Shropshire' Tom Hal. Dillard Denmark it a beautilul dark aorrel three whi e ttet, heavy mane and tail, 16 hand, high, he hat proven bimielf a breeder of large, handtome mover. Thii it a finphnrteil he hart no pedigree. Ilut we do mt bptitate to say h! It one of, it not the tett bred aaddle horai in he country. Run through premium aaddlrr. nnd thoroughbreds on both mica. All kind, of plants for .ate ineaon. J. F. COOK. Rowland Kr. Wa-hi- At $8 to Insuro a Living Oolt. I will year-ol- d jack, t the mine tune and place aland my 3 Jake tired by MetfcnKr Chief 1875, lire of 17 and of the dama ol 5 in the 1:30 lilt. Mclruie Wilkca tired by Red Wllkei, aire of 83 and of the damt of 15 In the 330 list lliliora a(red by Abdallah IJ, who hai fully 1,000 deicendanti in tho 1:30 Int. Col. II. V. will make the iMton of i5;j t our Living Oolt., $15 to of Stanlord, on tho Logana place 1 miles north-ca- ll If mare I parted vith money li due. I.rin on creek and Dlx Itiver Turnpike, colt until money I paid ('. Belmont Chief 8689. STTUVCA-O- , ....And Insure a CIIARi.KS DUNS'. At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. W.R..VK.C. GAINES. Stanford, Ky a hone, to lnure a liv- T. L. IIAUC.HMAN. At JS for a mate and V J.S IIAUUIIMAN. ing cult money due on allm'isnnt when coin come If mares arc traded olf or removed I mm the neighborhood without satisfying me tint they arc cot in toll, stion becomes dun l.lfn retained on colls (III miiuey In pant. Addicts O. M. 8POONAMORE. Standard, N'o 71JI tUy S'allion, li hand; foiled iBaS. Rowland, Ky. J fr THE SILVER KING. BRYAN 6480. 11V Central Park, Danville GA3IUON1TO 8419. Kate recordist ith heat. Foiled 84; Black Hone, 16 bandi Slrud by OAMIIHTTA WILKES. (Sire or ji In 9 jo at 10 yean ) dun Maud, by Garrard Chief lute of Haul Duke ' I'uarru (3) t tV.i and ir the datm ol IKnI.ntilc l.owne il')i, i;(. " Lorenso '1 1 SIRED IIVSILVCR KING (Sonol On Time', firt dam by t.lmber Jimj dim by Obi Drennon. Thl hilidomo willTiakc the eaon of iSjtitt the S (). Ilaughman place, five mile fiom Dauville on the new I.ancatter turnpike, at tec-ond Son ol MKTROPOUTAN 13;. Rytdyk'i llamiltonlan. Dam JOKTTI. llt.O(it) C1IK1F79J . Hy MABOTM l"wl $10 to Insuro a Living Colt. We vaillatao itand the 1 IIKS! C.AIIKI), Mtsr TKMI'KKKD ami at llehatpiov-- n GOOD A RACK IIORSKatllvci. Miutoll an eacllent breeder The first colt or - hit gat handled latt teaton at a ymr old, and and trotted euirtert earlv In June in at wat then tutned out until fall and bandied about a month and could trot quarter late in the fall In dam Nellv, hy ton of Billy Bolt t it, by Cor btau, tire of 6 producing damt. dam by Helm's Yorkthiii thoroughbred 3 In ottering (Sambonilo't lervlcct we believe that we have In him the IIKSI INDIVIDUAL, the li) a i6)(, Galena a ti) by Mambrino Chlrl BLACK JACK. SMITH, 15.1 hand h'h, by Proctor Knott at SO tolnauron. Living Colt. Mare kept at reasonable rate at ower't rlil. IIAUOIIMANIUIOS, Danville, Ky. u cnd. Denmark Chief. $8 to Insure n Living Colt Abdal-Uh;)dilj- Sire of Kanrle Rnbinwin, a.Jn Standard Htilo G. Metropolitan by Rytdyk't Haroittunian dnm Hyacinth by Volunteer crandam Chra, dam of Record 2:211, made in third heat in race at Kvansville, Intl. Has trotted miles in Dexter and Dictator, lir Serlv't American Star. 2:10; will go in 2:lo this season. Will remain in ettid till June liit and then go back Metropolian la ncknowledsed by all to be one of the hett, nnd by many the very belt, bred (talliou in Irani iii''. ever foaled. Hi full titter, Rcina Victoria, aold yirxl hy Wnlsiiifduuu 3100, (sire of Latitude 2:191 "or 8 others in the list.) .. the hlehett nrie at the McPerran Sale lor It ever uid for A broo't-mar- e at public tale. Two by fexecngcr Duroc 100, son of Hamiltonian nnd sire of Kl- fillle by Metropolitan, neitrer of which were ever ainc2:20, the dam of Norlaine, yearling record 2:31 J. hooked "iiKlc, told at public ale for $i,2, aver-a;i"- Sister to James Howell, Jr., by Hamiltonian 10. sire of Dex50. Illc-- I Chlel, by lllood'a lilac k Hawk; dam Mill ter 2:17. Duncan by tott'a HU'hlander; grandnm by r.. 8ayre by Harry Clay 45, sire of the dams of St. Julien 2:11, ISodine Aratui; id dam by Tiuioleon, Mood Chief aired Wooley Jim 19, Fannie Robinton 7oJ4, an4 2:1U, and 12 more that have produced 2:30 trotters; also Chiefs ji lllood'a Mack Hawk tired the dama of sire of tho dam of Electioneer, sire of 50 in the 2:30 list. Von Arnnn a igVj and Alir.ont. Jr , a.16, and gran-daof llelle Ilraifield a 10 and I'rntiene 1.18. da 111. by Libertv, son of Lance, by American Eclipse. Ilryau it a beautiful bay, foaled June ?th, ES. 21CH, sire of Nabotli, is one of tho voungc.nt sons of George Wilkes He ill make thnprctent icaion 1893 ntMurcland 1 m It a north of lluMorille, en tho Danville and 5Hr, lecoril '2i', who sired Harry Wilkes L':iaj, (iuy Wilkes 2:1 loj, .Mike Wilkes 2:153, lluitonvill pike, Wilcox 1!: 10, nnd 02 others in 2:30 list; also II producing sons and 10 nrndtin 111? niie9 nd EUREKA CHIEF Itlack ttallion; t5 hand high; without wl.tto! foaled iES3. StKtilf KY EUREKA. jairtosdt Denmark Chief will make the preient teaion at the price for hit tervicet to anybody can breeJ to him J jj to inture, or JiJ the aeawiti, cath at rime of tervlce handle i.verat ol hit get till teuton. lie I a nice bay, 15 hand 3V1 inchei high, lour We invite vou to call and tee Gsmbonito and hit )ear old. He taddle 'veil, but ha not been produce Care to prevent accident, but not Maira kept at rea trained. He I by ltutchinon Clilel, No I14X. any occur. rty Me.ienfter Chief. Mulchinion Chief hrat tnableratet dam by Sentinel; ad dam by Aleiander' We will handle trotten and saddlers at resaon-ahlbv Red Jacket. Mettrnjer Chief Will make thefeaionnf 1891 at "Maplet" the ralet, Kor luither pirllcalart call on or ad by Abdallah Pilot ; 111 dam by Mambrino Me SON. W.M M RUE old home of Arthur blrai and Wyandotte, Danville, Ky. tenser, d dam by Mambrino Chtel, 3d dam by 6t, Imp, Napoleon. Denmark Chtefa nt dam wa tired by Sumpter Denmark, he by Roddatd'a Denmark, he by colt for service fee. Directed Gaine fit Cromwell' Denmark, he by the race l.eln retained on by w" hone Denmark, be by Imp. Iledceforu, Hi id .1 3945. a.nHia tired a Director 1080, record j'ij: ut . uhiii diitij Mia.i wj iiab. vrtuiv I I kit 519, record dam wai by Un Time, 3d dam by Ked I. loo. sd dim Fan Mao. of Kato Sprague a.iS. l.il I will alM Hand at tame place my fine mule Jack Sprague a j;k, Ac ), by Lance, ten of t lying Morgan; 3a dam Queen, by General Gilford; 4th dam Karny, byCuanctllar; jth dam by American StiuiiUnl. Hrt!il by Charles Dunn. Kclipte. Directed It is handt, 1! inchei high; he it fly Hubble' I'rlnce, the tire of tlrignoli and Jot StUKI) 1Y ONWAKDCHIKK lllrt. magnificently built and tplcndidly proportioned; lllackburn, deep through the heart, ihort back, long body, Hy Onward 1411, record ,.,lKl,HirtMf ! tnort irom knee 10 gruunu, itiort irom dock down, SB fine loin, hip and infill, nice mane and tail Crow nloti 17 producing son nml 10 in '2'M black, t plctidid eye, and intelligent countenance. Mare, parted with forfeit, the Inturance. producing lUiiKliU'ru. He it beyond any doubt a born trcttir A ton of I.. D. OAKNKR, the great Director 1.17, thu only horte that ever Crab Orchard, Ky. lOlW; --M lnm Klin Jain, (ton's Clielf lived with a record at good a a. 17 that ha. tired two with tecordt belter than 2 ij Hut the power Ull. Merit 2 37) (ilmn of. Mnttd to beget ettreme ipeed it the birth right ol Dl IVarl J!H), y Gt'titln Hrtfclil.'iO.rilrotil rector, having tired Direct p) a 04, who haa dam of Itortio won Ia8,is7 30; Margaret S.. j u'i, winning! Sao,- dum Kitty Ac.iJil 13; Evangeline 4 yrt a ill,, who hat won lre of Almont, Oirl 'j:)7, by Alidallnli 15, ,aoand Directum 13 yri) a nii", wnnin(i Su.-5- 7 IJolitiont, &c.j ttti dmnby Krd Jacket, wire 5", making a total of 6g,4') 15 for the quarf the dnm of Kentucky Wilkes l!l!l, tette Director and bit get hate won altogcthir e Wc-wlle ?ddamby Goodwood, ion of Lexington, the founder ol the Kreat family of race horiet. hnreka, by that great abow ttallion, Coleman's Eureka; nam by lone Crockett by Scott's Crockett, ton of Davy Crockett. IlloOd Chett.lr.. by Hlood Cheif 701; lit dam I.lzzie Gajigh.br Washington Denmark; ad dam Old Jennie, by Robert Uruce t'thorougbhredl. Coleman't Eureka, the grandttre of Eureka Chelf, wai by Young's Morgan dnm by floston &c Kuroka Cheif is a worthy representative ot a horte that founaed as great a family of aaddle bones at any ttallion that ever made a teaton in Kentucky, Coleman's Eureka. Coleman's Eureka wai never beaten 1n taddle and combined rlne, and he imparted to hit get size, color, style and finish. Eureka, though a young horse, bat won about 50 blue ribbons at Kentucky Fairs Eureka Cheif has never been shown, was not broken to saddle until last year; but judging from daughters. 4 his site, style, color and action, we predict for to a Living Oolt. Notk. Nabotli is a bay horse, 10 hands high, foaled June 28, 1SSS. His pedigree him the same success that hat attended his sire show Heita ture foal getter and a fine breeder, contains the blood of Hambletoninn, George Wilkes, Mambrino Chief, Pilot, Jr., nnd and grandiire in was a rlngt. Hit dam Mag, by winner in all daises and by inoou men jr., l.ein retained ou colt for teaton money, marci Harry liny. c340 to insuro a living colt. a horse that never sired a mean one. This horse bred to another hone or traded ofT maket icaton is bred right ti aire horses that will command the money due. attention of atl intelligent hortemen. lie is good W H. WIGHAM, Individually and can ihnw for himtelf in any com Morcland, Ky. pany. Will make the aeaton of 1893 at Adam Saddle Stallion. Hay horse. 15 bads high, 3 white feet, heavy mane and tail, fine Pence place, one mile Irom Stanford, Ky., en style and action. Sired by Woodford Denninrk. Hu.tonville and Stanford pike, at "l dam by King William. 2 dam by Goddard's Sumpter Denmark. 3 dam n thor- Son of Coleman's Eureka. itt dam Mni; by lilood Chlif Jr., ton of Hlood Chief 79J. yi m 1 l: Wal-dnirha- At $10 Insure DIRECTED 13945. At $20 to Insure. a. I L. . 1 j,. oughbred. 815 to insuro a living colt. T $15 to Insure a Living Colt. G-AJDI- Seal brown stallion, 15J hands high, foaled WILKES, 1885; bred by George ONWARD MESSENGER. :i, 1 PRINCE, JR, lil, At to Insuro. SIKKI) KY KED WILKES 1749. 1 dam Nellie I) by l!olt. 2 dam Lucy by Copperbottom. Jcb Stuart, sire of Kitty Patchen a aitf, Dark Ked Wilkes 1719 (sire of Ked Kclle 2:111. Prince Wilkes 2:143, Allic Wilkes 2:15, nett ai'J and Out Cross a 30, is a black horso, Phil Thompson 2:10,nnd 83 others in 2:30, eleven in 2:20; 28 in 1S01) by George 15K hands high, sired by Mambrino Patchen, (58) First darn Puss PraU. dam of Lottie Prall 2 aS, Wilkes 519; 1 dam Queen Dido by Mambrino Chief 11. etc. Lady Stout a 39, Black a ) nnd Bolt, by Alexanders Abdallah 15 (sire of Almont, Kelmont, etc) 1 dam by Grey producing sons and three Diamond daughters. five producing Iiy Mark Time, ad dam Cora, by Daniel Webster. Eagle. In color, site, Grady Wilkes is by ono of tho greatest living sires, is kind and gentle nnd has fre- legt and feet he style, finish and especially in hit the counterpart of tho old horte quently shown a 2:30 gait. Will make the reason nt jg5 to insure a living colt. ami like his sire, ho imparts his superb finish to 11 Haute, Ind. SANDIDOE& HUSTON, Stanlord, Ky. King Huston. Silas M.Sandidge. W. Carico, Terra JEB :: STUART. Hirs, , bit colts. Jcb Stuart is a full brother to Time, that, age considered, is the greatest brood mare sire yet before tho public, his daughters already produced 15 Irom 2 i6J to a syjf oldest but eight years old. Jeb Stuart will make the tenson of 1833 .Mill, 4 miles north ol Stanford, River, having and the Dud-dera- SEASON OF 1893, . Madison Wilkes 2!MJ nntl gmndani or KimI Wilktw, So So tl 17i. I.ixiu Wilkes too Ct LEXINGTON DENMARK, SI5 to Insure S111.7M 75 T. 9 I.ancaitcr, Ky. !1 A. EI.KIN, Saddle Stallion. Ily Silver King and out of a Gray Ke;lc mare. He is a handsome dark gray and a line show horse. Will stand at $10 to insuro a living colt. I alo have Four Fino that will bland at $10 to Insure. Stable two miles routh of Huitonville on Morelaud and Carpenter's Station pike. Jacks at on Dix r's J. K. BAUGHMAN, Hustonville, Ky. At $30 to Insure a Living Colt. o ""Flay liorM?. Iio.tvv uiHiie and mil, with Ue, htvlti nml llnlcli. nml leprosenling Tho Combined Stallion at xitnu of tlic best trotting families in tliu a Llying Colt. whole country. Should imtko a groat stock ii hi our horn. Will make a ihort M.1I1I0 L'J milt's west of Stanford, at mmi-o- SENTINEL 21479 r) (GJ-UIKLD- another hone. $12.50 to Insure LARGE MUI.C JACK, ,tS.T. 7 Wedgewoqd 436. at RECORD Which wat made with but little; handling STANDARD. Sentinel 31479 "r',l hy Almont Sentinel, by Sentinel, lm by llainbletunian 10. a Maro in Tlio Slaiulartl and lli'KlMvred Junnet Jack lit dan by bhakepare;addam by Long's Haml.hick Stallion; Foaled in 1SS1; 15 liuinU high. iltonian; id dam a thoroughbred. At sauio jlac 11 for Muli and Jennet Colts, mid at Sentinel 11471) it a beautiful dark hay, 16 hands high, heavy reane nnd tail and pronounced by Jtuk., ?atno Terms. 113. competent judci to be the handtomett horte in Kentucky Sire of Jay Kye See 2:10, Phidias 2:1.'1J. Director 2:17 and .'IS others in the 2:0 In telecting a stallion I endeavored to get one At f 10 to insure For Full lAfecriptnn and Extended Ped- with a gentle ilnpoMtion, combined with sire, list, nnd grand sire of Direct '2.00, Nancy Hanks 2:01. Lockhart '2:Ut and Oil otheib form, fine square trolling iction, speed and indi 11AKKIS. J A. in the 2:510 lUt. Dictator hy Hambletonian (hire of Klectioncer, George Wilkes. Dexigree call nil or address. vblual merit at well at pedigree. Asa tile I am Stanford, Ky. satltfird that his success it aitured.at he has tome ter, etc.) 1dam Clarn'ldamof Dexter 2:17, Alma 2.28 and Astoria 2:21).) hy Amerivery prmniting thai I am sute will can Star 1 (sire of the dams of Guy 2:12, Robert .McGregor 2:17, etc.) I. S. go in the jo Hit thit jear. Two of them were told 7 (Near) Shelby City. Ky. good ai the Lexington islet thit jear and brought 1 dnm Alice. .by Almont ,"3, record 2:31)3. by Abdallah 13 (sire of Goldsmith Maid pneet. 2:14, and Kelmont, Hire of Nutwood 2:1S) dam by Mambrino Sentinel 31479 will make the teaton ol 1693 at my Chief 11, out of a daughter of Pilot. Jt (sire of the dam of ttableat Mckinncy, Maud S. 2.0SJ). Almont idrcd 50 in the 2:550 list. o Foal EMPEROB 27. ' BICTATOM Money due when colt comet or mare sold or bred For further Information address S. K. DUDDERAR A I1RO,, 1 Gilberts Creek, Ky. The Magnificently Bred Saddlo Stallion, $5 S25 fr Sirod by Dictator Will make the preent season at the utable of hl owner, two mile v.ett of Stauford, on the Shelby uiy pikh, ai me low price 01 EAGLE BIRD $15 to Insure a LivingOolt, $15. Eagle Bird It a dark brown, lull 16 haeds. He has a hne mane nnd tall, with ns much itvlc mil action at anv horte lu Kentucky As a uniform breeder ol high styled, high flolthed, fine colored colts heis not surpassed by any horse within our xnowieugc. He wat tired bv the cictt Klntr Hade, of more than 40 tireiiiiumt J r irst nam oy star fcagle, nest son or Cabbell's Lexington.) ait dam by Hamlet Denmark, (son of Wathington Denmark 3d dam by Harris' Denmark, (son of Miller's Denmark King Eagle was never beaten iu the model ring by horse, mare or griding. Sired by Black Eagle, sire of lllack Squirrel, itt dam (the dam of Mark Diamond and Monte Chritto) by Black WIN lUm. Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but not respomlble should .iny occur. Parting with mare positively forteits lnturanco Gran iumished at $1 per month TEVIS, Thl fine taddle atallion will make Ihe teaton nt i)l)j at my liable one mile wett of McCoiroackt Church Church on the Knob I Ick, McCntmael andTurncitvillt turnpike road, Lincoln Co., Ky, GILT EDGE 261. Reglalcred At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when colt stands up and sucks, mare parted with or bred to another hone. (Watt futniihcd at Piper month. Not responsible for accidents should any occur dam.. by Norman 25 (biro of I.ula 2;M, May Queen 2:20, of the dams of .. X- .. ..- Aorman . 1. zvm, . ....I -- , I urvtu t).in j, runny It I 11001:1011 -etc.l .fenum by Morso Horse 0; 1st dam Slocuin mare, by Magnum Kontim. 1 . :u, k- $3 the Soa:en, or $10 to Insure a Living Colt Four Months Old. money It paid, Colta atiindint good until te-niarra patted with or removed frori Co., lorleltt Ulcrlption and I'edigree insurance money He i a dark bay is, hand high, heavy mane and tail, very amoothv, even turned hone and hai all the fancy aid die galtt whkh he trantmila with great unllonnity. He wanned by Second Jewel 8, he by lewel Denmark Cunningham) 70, he by old Waihlnglon Denmark 64 Itt dam Lillie Denmark lrcd by old Stonewall Jackwn 71, he by old Washington Denmark 64, dam Cruatader Ac! id dam wai ilfnl hv Rllle'a (ilencoe. he br Imp Glencoe dama thoroughbred. 11I ilim w tired by the great old Tom Hal and out of a Copperbottom. Kealirlng the great demand for a first claa. tailzie ttallion I have taken great paint to crott thit hone and respectfully invite the intneclion and iiatronageof every one wuhlnK to bred 111 a borte i.tnn!iinir to the inntt nonular and faahionable bred lamillet of hit clat, at he crotaet back to tho acknowledged foundation lailille itraint. Maret kept any way on liberal term, hut not rcipontiblc for any accident ihould any occur. 1 Ily Second Jewel 48. Dam by Old Stmicwall Jsckton, Thia fancy saddle atallion will make the uraicn of ifcn at our alable )4 mile from Milledgevllle, Stanlord and Lincoln county, Ky , on pike Owing to ihe scarcity of money, we will ttaiid him GKOKGEK.ALFORD, 9 5) 1 dam dam McKlnney, Ky. Young Twyman mare, by Coeur do Leon (Hevis). Old Twyman mare, (untraccd). te EKRICSSON JR. George Dictator will make the season of ISM at At $15 to Insure a Living Colt Black stallion, nearly LB 10 S 15 to insuro a living colt. hands high; foaled 18SC; bred by George F. ville, Ky. GrttJLliTJD 746. Will also stand a good Mule Jack ICcene, Shelby- At $3 to i mure. B. P. WOODS, J. SILVER TIP 169. Money dut when the coll comet or mare parted S Stanford, Ky. Sirod by Mambrino Lo Grand U, (son of Washington Denmark.) with. Maret grated or fed at reasonable prices. Not respontlblefor accidents should any occur, 1 dam Black Silk by Yellow Jackot 112. (111 Kdge i n beautiful red torrel, llaiy mane and tail, it handi 1 niche high; wat foaled bept. 2 dnm by Drennon. 6, iSV), and it a perfect taddle hone. t hands high. d and took (ilt Kdge wat showed at a SECOND COUSIN TO MAUD S.. 51 dam thn sweepstake premium at Kirktville and Dan by Highlander. By SUMPTER DENMARK, JR.; he by God- Those villeand in hit ov.11 ring at Harrodtburg Jay Eye-Pe- e and Nutwood and half brother to dard's Denmark, he by Gaines ,1 Cromwell's Den who want to bleed to a good laddie ttallion arc the dam ol Moquette 1:10; champiou Lo Grand has been a very successful show horse, having never been beaten in a mark, ho by the race horse cordially invited to look at our horse and sec him stallion record.) and the aire of the dam of llellvara, Denmark, he by Imp. move. ao34,alao ol the dams of three others with records snow ring, is periectly Kitui anil gentle anil is a Wo. I breeder. Iledgeford. He wat tired by Second Jewel, ho by Cunning-ham'- s of 1:19, a'19 and 1.19 all made in 1891. Fannio Wallace, No j5, by Sir Wallace, i dam Jewel, he by old Wathington Denmark to insure a living colt. I also have Will stand at Krncsson lr., is a solid black, 16 hands high and he by rodhuutei'j Sir Wallace, he by Hit Tint dam Minnie by McDonald's Unicorn weighs joo lbs , and Is a stallion that recommends Sir Albert (thoroughbred.) tecond dam by Well' Crutader, bit ut dam br himself. Ily Krrlctson 130. the champion stallion M. CARTER, JR, Stonewall Jackson, he by Wathmgtnn Denmark, ofhtsdav. 1st dam by Ilodoc, by old Pllut, the ..by Virginlus (dam of VirginiusbyTran-by- , a dam he by Itlack Denmark, his ist dam by Crutader sireol Pilot Jr., aire of the dams ol Maud 5., (thoroughbred! he by M ison't Shelby City Ky he by Old Whip, ad dam a Rocky Mountain mare. Whip. and Nutwood His colts are unutally Which 1 will stand at tho same place and time at insnio a living colt. kind, good sire, fine style, having produced some 3 dam ...a Whip Mare. Will pasture mares at $2, but not responsible for accidents. of the best the country can a (ford. MADISON SANDIDQE& SON, $15 tho Insurance. best of family They are good roadsters and the M. S. BAUGHMAN, Mllledgetille Ky. 5 hornet, and if handled would make good racert. ' Will make the teaton at my t table a1., miles from Stanford.Ky. Huttonvilleon the Huitonville and Liberty road, 262. WALLACE DENMARK 55. ear-ol- 1 $10 e, Tkreo Good Jaoks, SIO LEXEL Thia handtoine taddle ttallion will make the aeaton of 1S0J at the liable ol lleajley llrot., one mile weitol Stanlord on the iluttonvil.e turnpike, E.EID EAO-LE-, STANDARD. At $10 to Insure a Mare in Foal. Marc bred and traded or bred elsewhere renders season due. Leln retained on colt until icssou is paid. Pasture $1. 50 per month, all mares at owners ' legt, risk, E. S. POWELL. Huitouulle, Ky. 9 At $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. BEASLBY BROS. Mniiovdua when colt 11 foaled or niuru parted with, moved out of the county or bred to another borne. 1'atturage furnuhed maret from a dltlanco ., . n.. mmiih. Due cam will be taken to pre- escapci, vut accident audfor either. but in no event wil( we be reapomible 1'e.llgree: Silver! ip wa ired by Silver King, he by On '1 Ime, ho bv bloiiewall Jackson, of ,jg. rirtt dam by Skedaddle, by Olher, ion . oner; lecona uaui Ioy II I t .nn iwi .lam mi Mollle Mounce. tired bv un.... Itlack Hawk, Cabbell'a I.e.lngton, ion of Wood Taylor's Mea ad dam by Voung America, aon of Metloc, id dam dam by aeoger. Skedaddle! lit Truinptter, 3d dam Aratus. waa foiled May s, 1888, Tip Dcacrlptmn:-Silv- er mane un beautiful red bay, isK hand bih, hnt claim which ho carnea to nerfeclion. We more natural lot Yhl. young .talllon that he ha. in style ami action than any .talllon and the country-- in at a .addle U a model in lorm a word, ho ecn that this I. one ol horn. It can be readilyilalllonsm the State..with the fancle.t bred .addle through hi. the very beit .addle blood cour.lngtboroughlired.. Living Colt. $15 to backed uh on both lidet by to thi. .ulllon'. aaddle qiialitiea. he In lidd, open trot, which eminently rccon. l,a. a The cheapest fee of any ttallion in the State, .He of high clat. mend, him a We can readily recommend him a and his breeding considered. aeason third brieder at thl Personal attention to stock at owner's risk. "favorably with the get of auy colt, will compare E. D. KENNEDY, country. boric in the Huitonville, Ky. W. H. HAYS vin'. Foaled May 30, 1S89. ItlooJ bay, black heavy mane and tall, 16 handt high. Sired by the world renowned Rod Squirrel, the greatest saddle stallion on earth. The winner of tbrco priiet at St. I.ouis, Mo., fair, at tho lost taddlo stallion any age. Premium $75. Second as the liett taddle stallion, mare or gelding any age; premium $150 Third at the bctt model utility ttallion, mare or gelding any age; premium $150. A succett not achieved by any other ttallion on earth before or titice, living or dead. Red Squirrel sired br lllack Squirrel, by UUck Eagle Ax. Red Eagle's dam, Roweni Webb Russell 744, by Funk's Sumpter Uemuork, wat never defeated in a walking ring by ttallion, mare or gelding. Red Eagle v, 111 be permitted to serve 30 mares, ON : TIME, : JR., at & Will make the season of 1893 at my stable Rowland At $8 to insuro Living Colt. At Insure a ..a h"; He It a dark bay, 16 hands high, foaled In iSSS. He it a fine saddle horse, v1tn fine style and action and good mane and tail. He was sired by Hubblo's On Time, ho by old Stonewall Jackton, be by Wathington Denmark, he by Gaines' Denmark, he by Imp. Hedgeford. 1st dam by King William, the noted saddle ttal. lion ; ad dam by Whip; 3d dam hy old Telegraph, a great producer of taddle horiet. On Time, Jr., bred from all good families of saddle horses in Kentucky, will undoubtedly produce good saddle horses. Will also stand a young jack at same .place and same price. A lien will be held on alt coltt till seaton Is paid. For iurther information, call on or address W. II. DUDDEUAR, Rowland Ky. years old; lfi hands high. By WALLACE DENMARK jj; (tee pedigree of Wallace Denmark 55 ) Mag 37. by Vldctte, by Vlndex, he by 1 dam Blood's Black Hawk, lie by Old Black Hawk. Vldetle's ist dm by Whip, ad Combined bay stallion, 16 hands high; both hind ankles white. dam Callatlo, 3d dam Old Tiger. tit dam by Mambrino Chief 11, sd dam by Old Bay Meuenger, 3d dam by Davy Crocket, ton of Denny's Drenron bv Imp by Cannon's Whip. dam the Wm. Lutk tad lie mar the best saddle mare eyer in tiarrard Co. Drennon. a dam Wallace, he by Julia Wallace, bv l'odhuutcr'a Si. Vai.ace, he by Sir by Highlander. a dam . Albert, (thoroughbred.) Abdallah Messenger (sire o English Hunter) is by Meuenger Chiel (sire of Maud Messenger a t6 by Virglnius, he by Mason's Whip. Jake a 13. and 7 otters better than a 30). itt dam Suiie Iby Sentinel 3 j',J, in 1871, sire ol Von Amm 3 dam a Whip mare. a 19J4 and 7 others better than a 30, nnd lull brother to Volunteer) ad dam Klttv Rivers Ig d ot 4 dam Maud Motsenger a t6Jfl by Alexander's Abdallah (tire of.Goldsmith Maid 3 ti and the most prepotent $15 Insurance. son of Rysdyk'a Hambletonian) d hY Rei Jacket, (sire or the dam of Kentucky Wllkei 3 TOM a 11 and of the g. d. of Red WillcesJ by Comet of, Sherman Morgan, sire of Vermont's Son of Wallace Denmark; ut dam by Miller's Ulack Hawk, founder of the Morgan lainily, Denmark, he by the race horte Denmark; hit dam the greatest family of roaditers In the world. KIoiIjbI. ad dam by Montgomery's Oliver, 3d dam English Hunter the swawm of i8aj at my stable 3 miles from Shelbv City, on the Knob by Old Drennon, Tom it a nnn thaped horte, I will stand Lick and Turnersville pike, at S8 to insure a living colt. .Mjney due when colt is foaled or mare black with heavy mane and tail, 13 handt high; paneo wiin, a win uau ai.uu uic calcucui yuuag jack. it a natural taddlcr and will warrant In in a taddle breeder. $8 the Insurance. Stock committed to my care and breeding will receive my penonal attention. Grass furnished at reasonable ratet, to be paid before removal of Three years old, 16 hands high, with white .points, heavy bone good style and extra length. Sired by ttock. No reipontiblllty for accidents or escapes. lorn Keeoe, by Rube lldlington, he by Clark's Mammoth, he by WighV the champion lack, Mam. Parting with stock forleits Inturance. moth, he by Marlngo Mammoth. Tom Keens dam by Col. Epsom, he by Kpsom's Montgomery, by I nice track and stable in connection with Cole's Montgomery, by Old Black Sampson. Tom Keeno'a second dam by Mogul, by Compromise, by my have a buiinetM. Mr. Roy Beaaley, a fancy tad dlu Tinnecanoe. bv lllack Hawk, by Imp H'amor Gov. St. lohn' rlm k i'..m... ; . roan, it with me and we are prepared ti han hoist nor, ner uam an imponeu jennet, w.l aoove nnei v Dreu y oung jack, whose blood lines trace twice to die horses, both lor taddle and harness, satisfactot ne the great Warrior tauiily and to the noted lilacs: Hawk, th e createit or thA ivamnp rMmtlt. with 91 rily to our patrons. .... tllni.M H.A.I. n ...... L inluiion ot iretn imponeu uioou ciose m. mtwwtiA iiiutu l'iiul urcn rr There will alto be some ot hit aI. last year'a get in the neighborhood to show for themselves. Will stand at Cin.nin.i... n llw.H J. STEELE CARPENTER, to pproved marts and $13 lorjennett, without dutlnctlon as to sex of progeny lliutoinllle, Ky. 3 English: 4 HTjnsrTEiK,. Vin-de- x' HT ABDALLAH J1E88KNGKR. ' ?? the ROBINSON. .. , u?,l. u.. 1 B. P. POWELL. i.-- .4 - - , - . tL- . - 3l - - '' ' "4 I,LW Semi-Week- ly Stanford, W. F. EIGHT Mrs. Fhank Leslie hn3 tired of her husband, who is a blasted Englishman, and is trying to bcc uro a legal separation from him, but she ia finding much difArML 11, 1R93 ficulty in doing bo. The handsome and Ky., UilentoJ lady will receive but little sympathy in her troubles. She should uov-o- r WALTON. have gone to the Old World for a husband, whoa there are so many eligible men in these United States. Interior Journal : PAGES. Thk decisions of certain U. S. courts that while a man has a right to work or not aa he sees lit, ho becomes a law breaker when ho trie by force to prevent othere from taking the job he voluntarily rolinquisheo, haH given the alleged statesmen in the U. S, Senate a chance to howl for the ileirly beand give exhibitions loved working-maof demflgogy w thought some of them incapable of. No one expected anything else of Dan Voorheee, but the country is conserva surprised that so eminent-au- d tive a man ai Sanator Gorman should characterize tha decisions ajwinst boycott?, Ac, as the "first tep on the part of the judiciary to make s3ifs of the men who are employed by railroad companies." This is the veriest poppy-cock- , and we are pleased to see that Senator Vest, of Missouri, had the courage to speak of the attempt to curry the favor of the laboring meu in the way it deserved. The labor organizations, which which will uot permit its men to work nor allow others to do so becomes a lawless body and it is the duty of the courts to protect the publfc in its rights in the premises. That is all there is of it. n dent has decided not to consider such applications till the merry month of June. Patience and ehullle the cards, remembering at the same time that all things coiu to him who waits. would-b- e col of Internal revenue, of which lectors there nro 10 or 20 in this district. It comes from Washington that tho presi- Here's bad news for the Col. E. Polk Johnson went after in Washington. got what he We do not know "what is it," but we do know that tho old man is deserving of the best plum that could fall from tho president's table. It is said that NEWSY NOTES. George Warren has been appointed postmaster at Hickman. Two farmers at Stanberry, Mo., fired the iail in which they were prisoners, to .effect their escape, but were burned to At Knox. Ind., Oscar Golding, dem ocrat, and John Golding, bis son, a re publican, are making a hot raco for town marshal. Jeremiah O'Rouke, of New Jersey, has been appointed chief supervising architect of the treasury. The Good Roads Convention was called to order at Bowling Green Wednesday, with over 100 delegates in attendance. The Ann Arbor road has brought suit against Chiefs Arthur and Sargent for 1300,000 damages. Conspiracy cliarg-e- s are made. E. W. Hennesley, wife, Bon and grown daughter, of near Greenville, S. O., perished in the flames that destroyed their home. In a fit of madnepfl a German named Burkhardt, at Fairbury, 111., held his t stove niece agaiimt a fatally burned. till she was The town of Robinsonville, Miss., was destroyed by a cyclone Wednesday afternoon. Many people were killed in in the Burroundiug country. Marie Prescott and R, D. McLean, husband, have retired from the stage her and ar now in Fayette buying line horses for their Virginia farm. The Tennessee Legislature has ad journed, after a stormy and tempestuous session. Let the Kentucky legislators read this item and agree to do likered-ho- death. An explosion occurred in n colliory near London and 300 men were imprisoned, 100 of whom lost their liveB. Chairman T. H. Carter hiw issued a call for a meeting of tho Republican National Committee at Louisville May 10. The big Musical Hall at tho World's Fair will have to bo remodeled. Theodore Thomas with his orchestra of 7o tested tho hall and found, tho acoustic properties very defective. A Cincinnati Italian fruit vender found a llvo tarantula in a bunch of bananas and gavo it to a couple of little boys to play with. Fortunately tho father of tho littlo boys happaned along in time to save them from a very probable death. When the father went to sec the dago about it he had fled. The periodical war against tho gamblers in Louisville has commenced. The C.-says the city authoritiea spared tho tender feelings of the gentlemen of the gieen cloth tho humiliation of an arrest in the ordinary way, nono of them being but all being taken to the station-hous- e, admitted to bail, thereby sugprivately gesting a bond of sympathy. Following are late appointments: Edward H. Stroebel, of Now York, to be 3d assistant secretary of State; Daniel N. Morgan, of Connecticut, treasurer of the United Slates; Conrad E. Jordan, of New York, assistant treasurer of the United , States at New York; Daniel M. Brown-ngnissioner of Indian of Illinois, com affaire; Frank C. Armstrong, of Washington, D. 0., assistant commissioner of Indian affairs. J. SELLING OUT BUT WE ARE NOT GOING TO MOVE. WE :MEAN WHAT .' WE : SAY ! Owing to a change of business, we have concluded to sell the Entire Stoch of To wind up the business, we offer a fine, well assorted stoch of CLOTHING, SHOES AND DRY GOODS. At Cost prices. These goods must be sold within 80 days. If yon are in ncea or oooas, come m now; wv who au,uv yuio u iiwiivu. jluiv w,ro uctwyuwt choice of all Calicoes, including Indigo Blues, Greys, lieds and Blachs and Best Dress Ginghams only Cottons $ all fancy prints, yard-wid- e 8 l'Sc. Baby Shoes 20c a pair. Ladies' Shoes 90c, $1 and $1.25. Our aintMiiA stock is full of choice things. Jeans Pants 75c. Children's Suits $5; 65c Knee Bants .Qi7o .W IZS" JFr.n.n. Si.i.fst all wool Suitsii.mu double-breas-WmntLitt St6 xnld ilii, J.,,,, 20c; Men's Suits $2.50; cost, n.t. A 1 5 i only if necessary, to make this cost and some goods must go below l-2- c. t- FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Thkrk seems to be growing a silly sentiment against capital punishment, and there is little doubt that we are soon to see the beginning of the end. Several of the States have abolished it and the New York Assembly, after trying electrocution for a couple of years, this week by a vote of 7S to 29 passed a bill to tba t effect, to become operative Sept Whoso sheddeth man's blood, by man shall his blood be shed," was the law laid down in the beginning and should never be repealed by human agency. 1st-11 R. O. Engleman, Jr , sold to Will Hays n milk cow for $33. Alfred Davis soliL, to George EvanH Bhoata at 0c. 21 W. Green bought of M. S. Baugh-ma- n P. a bay gelding for 3125. Win. McAfee bought of A. J. Smith, of Mercer, a combined gelding for $200. Johnson, of Boyle so'. to an An 100-pou- compels us to close the stock out. Everything we sell you wo will stand by, as we have heretofore. Don't forget this big sale. derson countarty year-olcattle at 3c. d - an" There are crimes for which even death ia poor atonement, and if capital punishment be legally abolished, Judge Lynch will be called to preside oftener may than at prepent. The hangings in its mine, but the judge Btop referred to will hnvo his court always in session to attend to those who need their necks broken. law-make- There is one bill before the Legisla ture that will never become a law, if the members stay at Frankfort till Gabriel blows his horn. It is the one presented by Mr. Burnett, of Greenup, to levy and collect a tax on dogs, to encourage and to suppress the spread of hydrophobia in the Commonwealth. It provides for an annual tax of $1 on each male dog and $" on each female do over the age of six months. Such a law is imperatively needed, but the average legand islator is a coward and a knows that the man who owns nothing else but u dog will be turned forever from him, if that dog is taxed. Brer. Burnett is barking in the right direction, but it will be some time before ho gets the rest of the pack at Frankfort to yelp in unison with him, the more's the wool-growin- wise. Miss Elizabeth Miller, of Springfield, O., committed suicide by sending a bul- time-serv- r P'ty' 1 !li e riP I; I r ft .& Hon. W. 0. Owens, of Kentucky, who was temporary chairman of the National democratic convention, is said to be slated for a Berlin consulship. Owens was not much of a Cleveland man, but Billy Breckinrjdge, who was and is, is beseeching the appointment throne in his behalf, so as to git him out of his way for Congress, and he has also the influence of Senator Blackburn in his effort. There is always a cat, concealed in the meal tub when politicians show such wonderful love for each oth er. Thk good news cormii from India that Dr. Haflkine, the noted UuseUn bacteriologist, has discovered a method of inoc illation that puts cholera almost in as much subjection ns vaccination does small-pox- . He claims to have tried it on 100 persons with positive results. We fear, however, that like Koch's consumption annihilator and the much vaunted try-- . . .. . elixir that was to restore old nge to ado Secretary Carlisle tias appointed le¢ charms, the real cholera con- Herman W. Van Senden, editor of the queror has not been brought to light. Paducah Standard, his private eecretary. Van Sonden is 30 yearn of age, a naMi9s Bessie Mitchell, the Chicago Mr. tive of Kentucky aud a man of much girl, who on a wager that she could travel ability. 10,000 miles on railroad trains unattendDemocrats won in tho municipal ed and without putting her pretty foot elections in Albany, Newark, Jersey City, on the ground the whole time, has com- Peterson, Trenton, New Biunswick and pleted the trip in safety and won the other cities. The Meyers ballot machine money. So far so good, but the bad is was used with good results in some plac yet to come. Miss Mitchell proposes to es in New York. write a book ami give her experiences of A boy about 12 years old and nj' the journew pirently of good family was found dead hia axe Tues- in a littlo skill, which was floating round Biceii. Maxwell bwung Vanceburg. The boat had been noticed day and the heads of 177 fourth-claewas brought fell into t'ne bisket. This for several days before it aahoro. is the largest number for one day so far, At Pulaski, Tena., Mr?. Berlin was but even this time must be beaten. the victim of an "empty" pistol in tho Greese up the machinery, old boy. The hands of her son. The boy hungry hordes are looking to you. know it was loaded and playfully didn't remarking, "Look out, mother," pulled Woman bufksaox has made considertrigger. The ball struck her in the able progress in recent years, but it is to the for head, killing her instantly. bo hoped it has reached the limit. In The cyclone which swept Kansas 32 af the States women are now allowed and Missouri Tuesday night killed over some sort of suffrage. 40 persons. It is thought 30 or 40 more There are 400 consulates to filled and were injured in Ktnsaa. Tho damages already 8,000 applications nro filed for to property in Inth States is heavy. The them. Verily many think they aro call- vicinity of Lexington, Mo and Brown county, Kansas, suffered worse. ed, but alas few are chosen. non-unio- n cor-rale- d let through her brain. Sho was a decid ed belle and no cause is assigned for the rash act. Tho sum of 53,400,000 in gold was withdrawn Monday from the sub treasury at New York for shipment to Europe, leaving only 52,000,000 free gold in the treasury. At Pittsburgh, Pa., four children ore in jail for murdering their Aged father, who wanted to marry ami bring his wife home. They could not bear the thought of a The strike at the World's lair build. ings was of short duration. It was to prevent the employment of labor, but it wouldn't work and the men resumed their tools. Timothy Burko, a brnkeman, had his head cat off by a freight train at Warsaw, Ind., and when his wife saw tho headless body she went raving crazy and is still a maniac. Gen. Manuel Gonzales, of the Republic of Mexico, and one of the most famous soldiers that country ever produced, died in the City of Mexico of a complication of dieeases. Jeff Coatee, a Mississippi farmer, got mad with his wife and killed her with an axe. As soon as tlie citizens iounu u out thev broke Mr. CoateH' neck, aud there were two burials instead of one. It in now claimed that the late Squire Abingdon made a will while aboard the steamship Majestic, en route to the United State, by which a large share of his property will go to Mrs. "Lily" Lang step-mother- . .,... a post-master- s 1 w ': .' or more of wool. Will pay highest mark et price. A. T. Minneney. Wanted. Horses to urea ami uudle. Horses also taken on commission. W. W. Havs. M. S. Baughman sold to D. F. Hatfield, of Hatfield, of Ohio, a bay gelding for $150. P. W. Green sold to eame par ty one for $100. eu., saja A dispatch from Beatrice, that the famous trotting stallion, LebasHis owner, J. U. co, died of laryngitis. Ladd, had refused an oiler oi tiuu,uvu for him. Bring me your Wool Wantkd. wnnl nmt the highest market price. I want it and will buy it if you will give m. .Moreiitmi, me an opportunity. Stanford, Ky. Prewitt & Wood boogui oi i nomas Klnvil TnoiveHandGO lambs at $5 per head for the ewes and the lambs thrown in; 00 ewes and 73 lambs of Sidney Dunbar at $0.23. Advocate. M. F. Elkin bought of J. H. Boone a hogs at Ojc; of Sampson lot of a lot of same ut same price; of TIiob. D. Newland a lot of 125 pound htioatH at oc and of A. F. Moberly two l.oUU pound steers at 3.00. The number of stallions increaecs every year and there is hardly a neighborhood that is without one. In and around Hustonvillo there are all told W) stallionH and jacks nnd it would be a job indeed to count those around atauioru. TucinV. Cook will have his two splendid saddle stallions, Dillard Den mark and Charley Sandidge, on exnioiSatur- tion at Crab Orchard day, afternoon. Examine them before you decide what you are going to breed your mares to. The combination Bale ol Kue coner, at Danville, could not be considered a decided success, although a great manv horses were disposed of. A lairly good" crowd was present each day, but the bidding was slow and poor prices an a general thing ruled. The highest price realized was 4G2, while some wont as low as $73. There were 120 put up and of them changed probably hands, tho beat being bid in" by friends of the owners. stake to be trotted In the 3 year-olFair Yeager rt Yeager at the Danville have Woolfolk.by Danville Wilkes, entered and J. P. & C. L. Crow have the Sadie Scanlon and two speedy Alex C , both by Belmont Chief In the 2.30 stake J. K and M. S. 4 year-olBaughman havo entered a black maio bv Moseiiger Chief, Jr. In the stake J. P. and C. L. Crow, of will gnipplo for tho pane with AdGen. A. D , by Almoin Chief. The will be 22 entries in vocate says there trot, 23 in tho the old 2:30 trot, and 10 and 11 in the in the Btake for 2:30 trotters. Mr. J. K. Baughman, whoso largo advertibement appears in our horse has a string of stallions that any would be proud of. Naboth, by one Wnlamuhiim. nroved himself very speedy last year and took a mark of 2:21 and is. showed miles in ,aa v.,.rv ivHon to believe that ho will go much faster thiB year and believes that 2:15 will be written auer ins name ore the trotting Beason closes. Grady Wilkes, by Red Wilkes, is also fast and Stark is a good individual. His eaddleis, and William L., aro both splenDenmark is the did movers ami their breeding is a premium very best. The former last seahorse and took many blue ties son. WOOL. 1 wuiifc ".. We wilt pay cih tor country produce ot every on I.ancaiter Aenue. We kind at our More-took lo run our wagon rfjular ctry alio will collect amc in the country CRAIG & WALLS. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Country Produo. I Have Purchased of W. H. Higgins. His entire interest in the ROWLAND, KY.. HARDWARE, IN GROCERIES, DEALER Rwlt and Shoot, CiRar and Tobacco. "OhU Itlvor Salt for tale by the barrrl. W 111 take couu-t- r P"c produce in exchange for j;nxl at I I am alo acem lor the old reliable lliodocad in of thte will kwp lull line tlock.am! nil I kof the merchant, ot MAiilord I ill and Ko land is to Rive me their orderi and put the good In their houci at raitory l'"e for liberal patronane. I ThanVwg the public uoutinuoticc of lime, and remain your ojiedieal J. II. HH.IUM. tervant. WV 'kt fcli GROCERY Aud- - al FOR SALE OR RENT. Houe and tot containing one acre on l'jnillr Ttirnpile mar toll Bate, al.o a piano for It. C KNGLE.MAN.JR. Stanlonl, Ky HARDWIRE fe. THE Call M P. the 0. MILLINERY. pot-oHice 200-ooun- d nro & 1 HE JC, room and re the -- Largest and Bost Solectod Stock Of Millinery in town bound to pleat, you. lhej;o..h MRS ,, and pritei ate r cOfRTS And ask a continuance of the patronage extended the firm of Iliggins VanArsdale. and will make it to the interest of others to trade with me. The books and accounts have been transferred to inc and I will continue the latter with all who desire. 6oClothing, Hoots and Shoes will be sold regardless ofcost to close out stock. MILLINERY. I J". JS1. "VL3STLK,SIDJA.TiE h-- ol Millinery which Coo-I- t lell over, a v... ..inrio.l lat from from the eitirt with a nice line profit. I will rll for a .mall -. mn ... i... . irein aeason, I wilt ell at n COST FOR CASH ONLY. The reawn I b- I Kiodol ill be able the firtt opportunity. my good 9 do lhi i to In reduce nil out my ot - my tocl. of at bunni GARDEN TOOLS, Of Kvcry Description, ctirduliy mvne meiauici iu I al iwllcit a hare Ma- " aaiminR "- in '"p,,rj;,r1on" ' v "' ITew Millinery. linery, embracing My mother, Mri. Kate Dudderar, Irom the ciliea with an tU-aii-t New York Seed Potatoes, D. M. hai juit tine of mil- Ferry's Garden Seed in bulk and package. All new seed. two-third- s ATX. , THE NOVELTIES DRESS MAX2R. ot huh he will have lull control. Of the cat-nShe aba engaged a FIRST-CLAS- S McKINNEY BROS. HUY T1IF CFLHHKATFD d Heard, who cult by the only I'aruian Scientific Tailor Syatim in the United State, the Seamleii Oarnieiiti in llaixiiie Inn-ecradj in and Wait, alto Lati-Skirt and Wrain Call and examine my stock of your order for Millinery beloro buying and have o yourclrco. Thanking )ou for pail favor loliclt j me MAHY DAVIS DUtWKRAR. Mm. W.T u l)ref VULCAN Chilled Plow. Mc-Kinn- ev, TO The People ot Stanford ANll LINCOLN COUNTY liberal tutr- naje fur Kv lati ae.ion retpc tlully rrcut-- t it I continuance ilurlni: the cumins leatou Indeed ixpeU all to ue the 'lliulikiflK you tf.r 1 very One Warranted r - y ur - Olive Point", thicc for Si. col-iimn- ?, MANUFACTURED Kor thiMi reaion 1 ICE, W. H. WEAREN & CO. H.6.RUPLEY,-- '- -': -- r- iuititutlou. Second, the Ice i absolutely and rt..nlr..Mir tmre. lie III' made from nirinir water. winch it hri diHilled and then carefully filtered belure belnj; rro.en. I mm, Arunciai ice win iai much longer than pond Ice Kourtli, an epidemic of cholera I looked lur during the year and noth-iiipt to produce or jprcad ihU ducaje a is impure water or Ice. Killh.it will be irt. It ii ma le by a home E Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- l t your Doors Every mornioR at the follov.inj 1'ricen: pound or over for jo pounds to 100...., For I ftftaMt -. 100 40c per hundred. Ii Iteceirinr Hit or o 10 to 50 pound. lusthan to pound f,o) 4jc per liundrtd. 50c per hundred delivered. K II It CM LK. SPRING : AND: SUMMER :GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. A. .!ti tstj ,, .14 .. ..&. rjTfV irt$&5&&'tl 4- - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal KV., Comi: and see our new spring and wraps, Hughes & Tato. capeB rfTANTOKD, ' I wm, receive a lot of Now York goods Al'Ittt, 11, 1893 Tuesday, MIps Mary Daviess Dudderar. ,O.WAfcTON,BUB.MQnaser PEBSONAL Knamklkd aluminum m goods, cheap, diinty and now, for the Indies, at Danks', I jeweler. Buy your seed Irish potatoes of W. II. POINTS. Wm. Moukla.no la vieitiDK in Wearen A Co.. and got tho best at the' Mits. lowest price. Danville Fiiank Jones went lo Louisvlllo Wed Fon Hknt. Two rooms over Severnesday to buy goods. ance A Son's Btore, cheap. Apply to W. Jim Duhton is holping Mr.G. B.Coop- N. Craig, or Dr. 8teclo Bailey. er in tho clerk's ollicu. Gkntlkmkn will do well to examine MisH J kan Buchanan returned from a 25:. Good line Wool Dress Goods CO Ginghams. Zephyr Ginghams at 15c. you in Shoes and in prices. Low Shoes our clothing, shoes and furnishing goods visit to Louisvlllo Friday. Inches wide. Silk stripe Ginghams, in 50 styles from 1 to f4. White Kid 25c. Miih. Talton Kmiiry, of Louisville, is before buying. Hughes A Tate. 35C yd, A line NovOxfords $1.50, $1.75 up to visiting her mater, Mrs. T. J. Foster. Cait. Dan O'Maly'b wife presented Dimity. Mh. L. T. Ykaciku and wife, of lloyle, him with an elty Dress Goods. boy Wednesday. visited their Hon, Thotnns Yeager, here Tho captain is the happiest man in 50c. Twenty styles Novelty , Fine French Dimity, printed in neat Silk, this week. Madras, Dress Goods, very superior qualities, new designs in new colors, very Sheer and Mm, 11. H. Lytlx, Miss Dell Feland An effort wbb mndu by tho Opera SILKS AND SILKS. Lace, and Uobhio Penny went to Louisville colors, new fabrics mixtures, plaids, fat colors, at ,T0c, House manager to have James Whit-comyesterday. Muslin, Kiley cooie here, but the guaranPrinted Chinas in navy stripes and solid colors. 39c. Mr. K. Y. Kiuioits, of Glasgow, a reBetter made and finished than ever and Irish Point formed newspaper man, called to see us tee of $125 eered him off. Tho largest and black grounds. 75c. Three leaders, Cote Do Chcval, and Chenille sum taken in any night of the lecture right on top of the wave of popularity yesterday. in four Colors. Picardy COe. Fxtra fine pine Habutai Silk, 21 course was Ifi!). Miss Annik Giikkn and Charley Grern Our patternsjarc new and exclusive. Best CURTAINS,. spent a couplo of days with friends in MB8SR8. ORUB AND DaNIKL DoWSR, of Inch, in all leading shades; usual price 85c. Conl In four colors; made 35c. Ilockcastlo, the great thresher men, were Junction City. extra quality; Plaids and Checks. No G5C. 3lMnch China Silk in all staple Gait. J. W. CArmcn, of Rowland, was down Wednesday to buy a twlno binder By far the most varied line of Window one of these three goods oversold in Dan at tho j)olut of death yesterday. lie has and secured a McCormack from Mr. B. and light shades. ' French Sateens. Shades ever in Danville. Every quality K. Wearen. They tell us wheat is lookbeen ill (or months. 55e. Wash Silks and Wash Crepes, ville under $1.25 per yard. and price, from COc for Lace Curtains to Irish Lawns 12 c Miasm Jwwik Cook and Lou and Hel- ing well in their section and promises a both pure silk and fast colors. en Ilocker, of Uustonville, visited rela- flno crop. 113.75 for Silk. Bargains in Silk CheNovelties , French Organdies 40c. tives here this week. SI yd. Tho best collection of lino prinThkFair. About 1750 worth of the nille Portterrcs. Hon. W. H. Miller went to the Good ted China Silks in Central Kentucky. By the hcoro in one of a kind Patterns, Printed Dotted Swiss 30 cents. Hoada Convention nt Bowling Green as Fair stock has already been taken and it now seems a certainty. Those who have Forty btyles to select from. and by the yard. Every price 75c, $1, 'Plumties," new, 50c and 65c. the leprenentativo from Lincoln. PEERLESS HOSE. taken stock are earnestly urged to meet Mit. J. T. Oaiibon, tho commercial $1.25, up to $3 per yard. All new this Dotted Swisses 15c to 50c. Saturday afternoon at the Court-Houtourist, Is with his folks hero for a few Black Chinas. season. at - o'clock to perfect arrangements. Be Swivel Silks 50 cents. days and tilling orders right and left. The best in the world. We have sold " Mks. Kd Davison and family have Bure to be present. Brocaded black China Silks In great Ohallies 50 cents. French Velvets. about 40,000 pairs; not one ever faded. moved to Miss Mary Myers' property, The Buffalo Cemetery directors ought variety of patterns at 1. Wool Ohallies 20 cents. on tho Danville pike. near the Prices 15c to $1. Fancy Hoso in every to have a water pipe run into the Plain, Changeable, Plaid and Strijw, StjuiHK K. B. Caldwkll, Jr., and his grounds. It can be done at small color. $1 to $3 per yard. Drap D'Or. All shades of green handsome daughter, MissOra.of Waynes cost and lot owners will be glad to help bur?, have been visiting his undo here. pay thu expense. It is almost impossiand heliotrope. LADIES' SHOES. A new black Silk with Satin finish, soft Mbsshs. A. 8. Myers and J. F. I'i;y-to- n ble to raise (lowers there in the summer, have gone to the mountains to taku aa water is unobtainable unless carried as wool, will not break or pull. Price We carry a magnificent stock of Ladies FINE WASH GOODS. home of the tlsh from tho pellucid nearly half a mile. $1.25. and Children's Shoes. It is imposiblc to streams. Those enterprising Danville merchants, Mr. Harrison Gk kooky, a prominent Ginghams describe in this space, but we ask ou to attorney of Grayson, is tho guest of a Messrs. A. B. Robertson A Bro., having DRESS GOODS At 10c; we have 00 styles of regular 15c see onr line, as we believe we can please AND VELVETS. mighty pretty and stylish young lady of drawn all of Bovle county to them, are reaching out after tho Lincoln county this place. Mas. Grs Hokmann and Minn Kva trade, consequently they seek the best Buchanan, of Crab Orchard, were here medium for laying their wares and low shopping yesterday, and honored us prices before our people, and get away with thu best part of this page of the with a call. Tiik name of Mr. M. 1) Hall, of June Interior Joi'unal. They have the repgoods tlon City, was overlooked in the report utation of haudliuuonly of the Institution of the Maceaboa lodge uml at prices that can hardly be duplicated, much lew made lower. here Saturday night. Mrs. W. M. Boui.it, after visiting her Tiik next meeting of the Central Ken. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Wherritt, return- tucky .Medical Association will be held and other relatives at Lancaster, in Walton's Opera House, at Stanford, ed to Chattsuooga Tuesday. on Wednesday, the UUli inst., at 10;"0 a. Mh. ani Mrs. JokS. Hick have been visiting relatives at Richmond and Mr. m. Dr T. 0. Meredith, of Burgin, will Tiik Glee Club meets to night. "Find No house in any interior town ever MEN'S AND HOY'S open tho dtscusiiou on Typhoid Fever. A. W. Francis, of Corbin, has been tillstock of where and come there" is all the informunprecedented The SVctiou of Obstetrics and Gynecolo carried such an ing Mr. Nice's position at the depot. ation as to the place given on tho invibo presented by Dr. Harry Cow- carpets as Hughes A Tate. Mr. Frank Hahkis was called to gy willD.uiville. Members intending to tations. No paper in the State can show a betChillicothe, 0., yesterday by a dispatch an, of Tiik Stephensonian Litery Society will stating that her sinter, Miss Alice Watt, red Voluntaries will please notify tho ter run of horsendvertisementa than tho Mjcretary before tho hour of meeting. Intkiiioii Joi'iinal. The reasons are two- hold an open meeting Monday evening, was at the point of death. The captain April 17, at 7;:!0 o'clock, at tho Stanford Steele Bailey, M. 1)., Sec'y. , fold. Its value as an advertising mediaccompanied her as far as Cincinnati. wo have tho boss Male Seminary building, to which the iw up to sen hit JIo.v. I). B. Kdmiston Stanfoiiii has the best system of water um is unsurpassed and public is cordially invited. The subject wifothu first of tho week. Hu Io1!h us works, tho nest electric plant and one solicitor in the busines?. Look over tho for discussion will be: Resolved "That thai bo is getting very tired of life at of tho best ice manufactories of any place paper and you will find that tho horse- Women should Have Unlimited Sufnearly on Frankfort and would h willing to move o( its hIt.", perhaps, in the United States. men have something to frage." In addition to the regular exerthe capital almost anywhere to get nway Our location is good, our shipping facili- every one of the eiuht pates. cises, Prof. P. W. Johuson will deliver from there. s ties and we are growing with a JUST IN. Tin: Klki.ky Cuhk. S. S. Shuck, of an oration, Prof. C. H. Holmes a declaMil. 0. II. Faink, who BUtlered an at rapidity our forefathers never dreamed Lebanon, writes us that ho went to the mation and W. S. Burch will read an tack of rheumatism and bad to remain of. The people of tho little fenced In Cure at Crab Orchard four weeks ago essay. By order of the Society. W. S. at Mr. W. 1. Tate's several weeks, was viIIhko of Danville used to speak of Stan- under protest, not believing in its effica Burch, secretary. able to start to his homo in Boston Tues ford as Helm's X Bonds, hut they would cy to cure tho terrible whisky habit, but Those who never mind the weather eo day. Mrs. Tate accompanied her and give anything but their money to be he is thoroughly convinced now that it will Ins gotie till May. able to keep up with her now in the fust is sure and effective. He Bays he is a the wind don't blow, had good cause to mind it Tuesday and Wednesday, when Mr. H. K.Gkxtky went up to moving procession of progress. new man and is loud in his praise of Dr. Wednesday to neo the governor. very high winds prevailed. On the morn, Mrs. Gus Hofmann. QriTK a large and representative audi- Dix and Mr. and ing of tho latter day wo received a dis Bob is a good enough man and a democrat to get anything ho wants and wo ence heard the last of the very enterWhkn wo increased the Biro of the In- - patch to hoist the danger signal, as to hope his pole in long enough to knock taining conrsH of lectures at Walton's tkriou Journal to eight pages we veto lou tl storms and possibly cyclones Opera House, Monday night, when John thought that sullicient for' all practical were prooable. There was no cyclone, an unusually tine persimmon. Temple Graves, of Georgia, held up to purposes, but this issue proves that we but an electric storm, accompanied by a New Spring Capes just received from New York. New Dress Goods scorn and derision that miserable paraCITY AND VICINITY. wrong, "as usual." Tho adveitis waterspout, almost, and hail, raged at in every new and novel thing. New white Goods in were site on tho body politic the demagogue. ers, who always put their money where night. Lightning struck the wires and Don't forget the Fair meeting. Hu followed his devious ways and markit does tho most good, have charged up- ran into Penny's drug store, but the ar A Hale. ed tho vacillating course of this all things on us anil we were forced to surrender resfr put a check to it and it wont on Minnows for sale. Hampton to all men creature and in thoughts that without even a chance to capitulate. its way, Hfter playing around tho circuit Onion sets and garden seeds at A. A. breathe and words that burn, held him We would have gotten out a paawhile. Warren's. before the gridIron of public scorn and per, but tho notice of the coming of the Took tiik Veil. A dispatch from ParAll the new things in wash stuff, Sattcens, Canton Cloths, Hrandcn-burgGaiidkn seeds of all kinds at W. II. metaphorically roasted him alive. The army was too short for us to do so iu is cay Miss Mary Craig, tho pretty Pine Apple Cloths, Pongees, &c. Ulue Grays, in Henriettas, excoriation was as terrific as it was de- time to appear at the usual hour. Wearen A Go's. Millersburg girl, who eloped served and the speaker was repeatedly Serges, French Poplins, Hcngalines and Hlack Goods in everything CinOtm weather dispatch rends, "Fair, applauded. In contradistinction, The court of levy met pursuant to ad- with Scene Painter C. C. Leon to to the cinnati and married him, has gone to new. For the men and boys we have the largest, handsomest and cooler Friday." despicable character of the demagogue, journment Tuesday ami fixed the tax at $100 for ordinary pur- Tennefsee to enter a convent and take nobicst line of Plants iou Salk. Tomatoes oud cab' the names and deeds of patriots, who 21J emits on tho to pay interest on the veil. After being heartlessly deserthad served thcir,cotiutry with a single- poses and It cents bage. O. J. Newland. ed by Leon sho returned home, but her ness of purpose which took no regard of county bonds, which now reach $21,000. life was not a pleasant one. While her of 2 cents over last Fair meeting at the Attkni) the Bolf, wore presented for admiration and This is an increase Saturday, emulation. His tribute to Clay, at 2 o'clock year and was done to got tho county on father was out on a fishing excursion the Lincoln other day sho quietly left homo closely afternoon. and otheis was a grand piece of word- - a cash basis, that is pay tho claims offered in this city. Our Shoe Stock is simply superb. We alKven with veiled. It uo.v turns out that Leon has Ever against it as soon as allowed. vehicles repaired, painted painting, hut wlienjho spoko of thu IlllAVKVour wife, whom; relatives are look- so have a represented stock of $100,000 in Carpets. The finest stock Virginian, Gen. Robert F. Lee, this slight raiso taxes will not he as high another and trimmed at Daugberiy's Shop. All lustrious year, as the State's part is reduced ing for the cay hccne painter, and will in the West and at lower prices than the same goods are retailed in was and as last work guaranteed first class and at rea- his eloquence N. Men- - doubtless make it wnn for him if found. the city. Come and look for yourself; don't act on what others say. seemed to send an electric thrill thro' r, emits on tho S100. Sheriff J. 11. De Nardi. sonable prices. John efee returned (KM delinquents, an ing tho hearts of all of his hearers, Phktty Little Florence Bindley, who thorn to alniOHtjriso to their feet in their crease of 21 over last year and $0,290 FINANCIAL STATEMENT or played hero a few years ago, is drawing enthusiasm. It wan a grand eflort and worth of propel ty wrongly assessed, Tin- - following Is a statement of the , moved away, a decreaFO coii'htlon of Lincoln County, made to financial the last perhapa the, more appreciated bcraufo it which had been crowded houscu to tho Bijou, in co a term of by irt of levy by County Attorney, a relaw quired in her now play, "Tho Pay Train." was so unexpected after seeing the man. of S5.US2. Squiro G. P. Bright otlored LIAIIIMTIES. resolution, which was adopted, asking Ho is of pygmean statue, not at all At tho sale of A. T. Martin, at when ho tries to reach the tho Legislature to pass a law permitting Romled Debt and n coo to John Murphy bought the two lots, higher tones his voice is thin and piping. those counties which wanted them to Interest on Ilouds " M (. laims Allowed October, iSjj and small resi9,00000 one with a have the beueflt of convict labor in build- Current Expenses estimated Besides, ho didn't have on a dress coat 800 00 Dealer In- dence on it and tho other with a resi- All these temporary and natural defects ing county roads, and Hon. I). 11. Kd- Due Idiots 500 00 all for dence and some 1,100 00 miston was requested to preseut such a Coit Collectinc Levy estimated were overlooked, thowever, as choicely 7 to appro8 Deficit on Account cf, Delinquent)! 12!. 3'o 00 chosen wordsUell from his lips and one bill. The court refused to for tho Kingsville inoffensive ne soon became listening to priate $1,000 a mile in Winrullfckv Lee. an Total $jS,ioo co turnpike, which, it is estimated, will gro woman, was walklDg along tho rail- his eloquence. Tho lecturo course has KESOUUCKsi. And 1,200 to $1,400 a mile. Attorroad track tho other night, near the coal been exceedingly pleasant and prolitablo cost from fiztfoi 00 B. Paxton wb ordered to collect $c to $100 ou J.jii.-tS-- ; bins, Bho was struck over tho head by to all who have,' heard it, but tho 20 ney J. 4,660 00 3,110 polls at $1 50 flesh guarantors and tho Opera House man- taxes from baukB on their real and other Dividends from Turnpikes jjo 00 home hard substance that laid the have uui pniii Hail Koad Tax estimated) nronertv. which tnej 3,000 co open to the bono and dented the latter. ager ore out $:! 50 to $15 each on the ;,'. issc. on tho grounds that the Cash in Treasury 5,770 51 Sho haa no idea who her assailant was, contract. This result ought uot so to cents on tho 5100 of their capital was in Prall, with whom be in a town that prides itself on its full for all taxes. The sheriff was grant- Total unless It was James . $35,773 ji otlice for his use she had had trouble, but of his guilt shoj culture, but 'tis true, 'tis pity and pity ed the commissioner's . J. II. l'AXTON,,Co. Att'y. 'tis 'tis true. aud the court then adjourned till fall. Q has no proof. -- A. B. Robertson & Bro. Facts and Figures about Our Various Stocks. i, 30-inc- 1 k h All-Wo- ol $-- 1 How-lan- d. All-Wo- ol b All-Sil- 48-inc- h All-Wo- ol 40-inc- h all-woo- l, ll)-in. 38-inc- h l-2- se toll-Rat- e first-cla- ss A. B. Robertson & Bro., Ky CL0THINGI New Stock 11 "' first-clas- New Styles H. J. McROBERTS. Kich-.non- d Cone to Our Feast of Nov Things. ALL THE NEW WEAVES. e s, Court-Hous- e ClotliiiiG HUGHES & TATE. -- cau-in- Louis-ville- May-woo- d storo-hous- o M ! :r, ziuvchvleir, Confectioneries. Baker's Bread Always on Hand i'-A- . out-hous- es, spell-boun- d .' Faney Groceries, Fruits -- .i- -' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal ArniL 14, 1893 K' Stanford, Ky., NYE IN CALIFORNIA. HE ROAMS AT LARGE IN ITS RIANT ORANGE GROVES. LUXU- u. i- - rw "Did yon ovor buy a mousetrap?" In tones Inquiring. "Yet." inquired n man on n train tho other morning of tho friend who sat noxt to boom. Kntight elm; well a mnn can tench Why Ho Will Not Visit the World's I'alr. W. F WALTON. him. I remained Ills renl thoughts In n'lroi of n day at And M'lil hi lips and noul from speech Something About n Dig Hotel nml How tho San Diego hotel and then resumed "I never did," said tho other, looking P. S. Thanks aro hereby extended to Ah tliin mild, neutral "VeHr" up from his work. I liato to bo idle. Tho Coronado Mr. Isaac W. Lord, who nttonded in soino surprise. It N titrated Meeting an Old I'rlond. THOMAS YEAGER. JAMES YKAGER. our periter charming gmco I prlro anil pralso. cost a very largo sum of money, but did. formance at San Ucrnnrdino nnd laughed "Did you?" (Copyright. i:l. hy Edgar W. Nye. Her worth, her lovcllncvi. "I havo indeed. I am n mousetrnr YEAGER, not pay, so a creditor bought it for $100,-- , heartily during tho evening YEAGER AMONG TIIK OltA.VGKH AND LEMONS. And quit" npprovo of all her wn)s expert. You seo tho mice in our fiat 000. and whilo ho was thinking what ho Except thin maddening "Yen?" March. havo lecn pretty led. They grew mi With Thank. Theeontnist iH'twcon'Mainonnd south. would tio with It wns offered $1,000,000. Life hum, I know, perplexing bo tamo that I'vo noon them run across Hip orn California ns rival winter resorts is Ho accepted it at once, ns ho already hud As luiOling gnmu of elicits. parlor when thrco or four ticoplo were Hut nny fate I'll lruu If alio STANFORD, KY. very groat. Here tho ornngo is picked nnot her hotel. lu the room, nnd at night tho nibbling It was full when 1 was thero at living Will only not niy "Yui" during tho entire year, and it is estiWe are in our new stable in the Opera Ilcutt nnd patterintr bec.imo ho loud and con- 1 oft rvwolve my woo to tell. mated that enough oranges fall off and rates, say $0 to $t per day. Tho court-ynr- d Block and are well supplied with Mnnt that wo could scarcely sleep. We contains 80 ncres of land, which is My grlevnnco dire confess). aro plowed under as fertilizers each year Hut what's the uccV I know qtilto wall kopt a pilo of idipcra nnd shot's by the NEWRIGSjAND HORSES to supply the new stato of Wyoming very valuable, ns people nro constantly S'.-'l- l gently murmur "Yen)" tido of tho lied, nnd whilo tho ammusettling up in tho neighlwrhood if they completely the year round. -- Pittsburg Bulletin. nition held out thero wan n constnr.t can. Tho dining room is bounded ns folHave been purchased and nothing but It is estimated that established orange turnouts will leave the stable fusillade. About two weeks ngo I gro"' orchards of a good quality yielcV 10 ner lows: Beginning nt tho southeast corner Tho Wrong Mali. sick of 'mouso, moii'-o- ' ns tlio unendrent 011 the investment. Of course ioor at a sideboard: thenco running 8 poles L Give ing domestic topic that I nniil to my brands of oranges, just liko ill chosen chniu.i and !l links to n palm treo; thence J7 wifo: 'Seo hero, this mouso busineai orchards of .xor. miserable apples, yield south 11 poles 2 chains and 4 links to a must8top. I'll buy a trap. I did. I mucn less, a young orchard not only fireplace; thenco west 47 degrees 8 jwles U TI .IF YOU ARE GOING.. enmo homo that evening with ono of does this after it is in bearing, but in- chains nnd 2 links; thenco north 10 poles thoso round, rod snap trnp.1, nnd on the creases very greatly in valuo each year. 1 chain 2 links to placo of beginning. or wny up from tho elevated station I in: invalids aro admitted if thoy will agree This information I get from old and tried ......THE friends and not from ngcuts, and I speak not to dio in tho house. In ono room, Lord Chumpley-- Do you return my vested in n big hlico of fino frosh cheese. "Well, wo set that trnp for four night IUSU, IIIU lUUUWUlg &IUIO- - lOVC? esieeialiy of Kiversido. whero tho orange l.liWt U1L' j iss Millyons-W- hy, is tonnu in us greatest perfection and ment was mado: yes; I haven't nnd caught not ono mouse. I thoimht ' iwrlmps it w irked hard, so I oiled up the freo from disease. th liSht for necli I :" t wires, xo euccoss. I thon bought a The banana grows in southern Cali. guuu xpnug win uc lourw tn tlio Oed, rquaro trap with two holes nnd nnothcr A Ocnrroti Soul. fornia, but would rather not. 'It was inTho way to find tho Coronado hotel on Ho was leaning against tho corner of n with four, thus giving m n total of 1! duced to try this country by tho taranLOUISSVILIC 4 NatHVIllC R. R. tula, which nourishes hero and loves to Innding in San Diego is to look first for the building on Main street nnd discussing mico capacity, but all in vain. Tlio next dust oil one h chest with his hairy legs. opera house, whero wo appear. Tho fol- tho hardships incident to tho lifo of a la day I went over in Vosov Ftreet nnd Is the line for you, as Its An amateur Cleopatra hero used tho ta- lowing is a drawing of it from memory: boring man. "I don't caro what they looked into tho mousotmp business. ycu givo mo nny points on fay," ho announced. "I believo it's the rantula with great effect in taking hei duty of every man to provide liberally mousetraps?' I said to tho proprietor of owu lifo in tho closing scene, but tho bite Make cloie connections at for his family. Of course I don't say that n storo over there. 'I know n thing or of tho s? LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI dancingtarantula involved so much skirl tho wifo shouldn't help, if sho canbut I two nbout simp traps, but I nm looking nnd calisthenics that tho scenic For all points, mean that n man who is married and has for a trap that will npjwal to nn edueffect was good nnd did much to revive THROUGHrrtCKETS SOLD. e children should be liberal and not go cated, intelligent mouse.' Cleopatra on tho coast THROUGH UAGGAGE.CUECKKD IL "Tho dealer looked n littlo surprised. around blowing in his stuff nt bars for For any information e.iquire cf As I writo this it is raining great big " 'Havo you children?' ho wiid. I adJOES. UICE. Agent, poor whisky. My wifo nnd I always work invoices of eastern rain of tho wet kind, Stanford, Ky Or ! 'n& on that plan. She's got n job ns janitress mitted n litti3 girl. and yet a hospitablo man has Ids open W. W. PENN, Trav. Pan. Agent, ' " 'Then City, Ky ho said, m tho squirrel Junction of a public school nnd takes in washing on victoria at the door for mo to go riding dnys when sho isn't busy at tho school. 1 cngo trap. It always pleases tho chilfor tho purpose of adding to my collection dren. Tho mouse in here, tho trnn 01 scenery. A represents the Auditorium. B proscenium. work whenever I can, and between us we Norfolk-Westercloses nutoiiir.ticnlly, nnd ho is caught. C drcmlug mom. I) people gayly entering. get along pretty comfortably. " Hospitality is ono of the best products "I understood." said ono of tho circlo, Ho thru runs out into this wheel, and by lunuiro there, nnd you will bo shown of tho human heart, and there is no danSchedule Tc. 18, 1892. ger of overproduction, but I nm so thor- tho Coronado. which you mil recognize "that your wifo supiwrted family, running tun" it. It is a very amusing device.' I said wo wero not looking for oughly gorged, with scenery from the by tho rates which como into viow long and I got it pretty straight too." LEAVE NOIUON DAILY (or Graham, Illuefield, I'ocahontas before tho hotel is reached. "Well," said tho man who was leaning amusement, but wo would liko to cntchn Nutural Bridge in Virginia to the Golden 7:00 a. m and all stations Flat Top and I'ocahontas DivisCarriage hiro nnd Mount Hood are the against tho comer indignantly, "It's a mouso or two, so 1 added that trap to tho (into that when any ono says scenery to ions. wiro 12:04 noon, for Bluefisld, Radford, Roanoke, mo 1 writhe. Orange orchards aro rare two highest things on tho coast aside blamed Hot I'm liberal with my family, collection a"d also another with wings, which wero open when tho trnp Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Also (via and beautiful sights, but when I I am." from that. can sit Koanoke) for Washington, Hagerstewn, Harris San Diego county la larger than Massa in tliis warm room gathered about a big "But your wifo buys nil tho groceries was set, but clapied together by mon)urg. Philadelphiaaod New York. Steeping Cars from Lou Pullman coal fire and see miles of them from tho chusetts, but not so thickly populated. and pays tho rent, doesn't she?" inquired keying with tho bait. folk via Norton and Radford; also Radford o "I now had five trans, and that even window, why should I put on my fur It is a balm for the consumptive if he tho same mnn. New York, via Shenandoah Juuctlon, also R ford to Washington; also from Lynchburg to R overcoat and a mackintosh in order to will be a little careful about taking cold. said tho first speaker confus- ing, just before retiring, I smoked up a snond. big pieco of cheese, baited every trap freeze and cry out with assumed delight Tho climato nnd bay aro so soft and edly. Trains lor Pocahontas, Powhatan and and stood them around tho comers of tho leave Illuefield daily at 6 10 a ro, 8 30 am, t 03 every half milo while I gradually get equable that most every consumptive luu "Then, what do yon dor p mand s 10 p ra. way, which I felt sure Ho thought for n moment. Tho other room in an a nice big tutlm over his grave. Pomona of tho lungs? Leave Uluelield 6 10 a m daily for Ke novajand This statement is not intended to re- men began to guy him. Finally ho broko would nppcal to tho class of mico wo Columbus, O. Arrive Columbus 0 15 pm uu Additional trains for Welch and intermedials flect on the climate. Many consumptives out triumphantly: "Whnt do I do? wero entering to. About a o'clock in tho stations on Elkhorn Uive Illuefield 105pm and como here and live as long as they care Why, I'vo bought every bit of stovo morning I n.oko feeling very fnint. Wo pm dally. Trains arm e at Norton Irom the East daily at to. Still it is a lovoly spot. blacking that's been used in that houso always keep . cracker or two in our bedIt 40 p m and 5 30 p in. Cx&I nffrArMsMisssysS' room, and 1 determined to get up quickAt Kivorsido met my old friend V. for six years." Buffalo Express. for lurtner miormation as 10 scneauics, rates, ly and obtain one. I forgot that wing Ac. apply to agents of Norfolk Western Kail, J. Molntym Years ago ho was tho agent W. B.BEVILL, roadorto trap. A ino.nont later my wifo was hitor the government at tho seal islands. Ills Conclusion. Gen. Pass, Agt Itoaioke, Va. Tlio man from tho country wanted his ting up in n cold perspiration. Ho Maid thero with his family for years "William,' sho whispered. Ms the among the Aleut Indians and studied the tooth pulled, and tho dentist fixed him whole seal industry. Ho mado n long in tho chair and began to unlimbcr his houso nfirc? CHESAPEAKE & OHIO " 'Worse than that. and careful report, showing how tho gov- gas machine. " 'Heaven nnd earth,' Mio paid, gottiug "What's that?" naked tho pationt in ernment might with a thorough, careful supervision kill 100,000 seals per year nnd startled tones us ho half roso from tho ready to " 'Keep quiet,' I snapped. 'My big to not damago the plant. This reort took chair. Philadelphia' is caught m tho new wing trap.' "Gas," replied tho dentist brieily. all Ins pam time whilo there. Ho remil "When sho calmed down, sho kindly Baltimore, New York, "That stuff that knocks n man houseturned in fur garments, hound his wifo told mo that my language had revealed nnd littlo girl, mid with a head of whisk- less?" And all other Eastern Cities. "Not so bad ns that, but it renders depths of depravity in my nature t!u ; ers that people canio hundred of miles Shortest Line between Louisville, Lexington and mado her shudder. I flntlly H'pnratcd you insousiblu to pain." to see. ' atern Points. that imuisotrup from my person nno Tho New York press was eager to get "Won't it hurt tno to take it?" &!, TNEFFFCT NOV. 1, tSgj. crept back to bed, Hinelling liko n Welsh some or tho matter contained m his re"Of course not." U rarebit. Tho next night I mndoono mon 1 won't, git over IS port, but ho said, "No, it belongs to tho "I'uf afraid it." EAST BOUND. Lve. Lexington "Atlantic Express No. . daily "Yes. you will. Why, man. I'll guar- nttempt with thwo traps. I concluded government." So, although ho was not IV. 7.KDm . ..... Accommodation, .no. so. pjc. aun.11.40am ..-..'tho cheoso v,w too mild. So I cnmehoui Mlullnrt neh, ho was loyal. Ho took tho rejort antee that it won't kill you." 6.10pm Vestibuled Expre. No u daily.., rZS The patient Nit up uud looked nroiiud that evening with a slab of German to his chief nnd offered it to him. Mt. Sterility Accum., No. a3, ex. Suu . S.sjpm I nevir had so much room cheese. The chief, who is now no more, hav- tho room. inri WEST HOUND Arr. Lexington: elevated tn.u before Tho crowd fell seLllI f. I "Do you own all this?' ho asked. ing beeu ere this judged for his crookedLexiugton Accom., No 7, ex Sun .. 7.55am "Yes, and tho building it is in ami n over each ot'..T to givo mon seat. I could ness, said haughtily to Captain Mcln-tyrLouisville Express Xo. 21, daily 12.40pm "3V--T Lexington Accom. No 35, ex bun havo led tlwt clieeso by u string. Wi $ 4 15pm lif'fek.HtV Y "When tlio government wants n couple more np town." , 6.10pm Vestibuled Express No; 23, daily IN A.N OIIA.NOF. OltCIIAHO. went to bed nat night with coloinio on Tho old fellow rubbed his chin thought it'port from you, it will signify it. Good . Everything grows here that ono can morning." Captain Mclntyre, who wns fully a moment. Solid Vestibuled Trains with Dining Cars. Ns our pillows a.nl every window open, bin MJiWjjki!? 4'.is;?, bus tranfers well ask for except hard wood and coaL redheaded then nnd did not know that "I guess I won't tako tho Htuff," ho nil the trotw wero baited, and I said to Through Sleepers from Lexington without Coal hero mostly comes from British Co- cabinet ofiicers sometimes chance. stood in with said. "If it don't hurt mo, the guarantee my wife, 'It's now or never.'" (Ml RYAN, II W. FULLFR, lumbia and Australia. Tho narrator paused horo nnd pensiveit seal killing syndicate, throw the care- don't count, uud if it kills mo tho Gen. P.m. Agt, Ass't Gen. Pais. Agt , The seasons of tho year hero don't fully prepared document in tho grate Washington, D. C Cincinnati. ain't goin to do mo no good as ferns ly read tho."tvertisemciit.s on thoopio-bit- o know enough to come in when it rains. and began the practice of law. His ad- I see," nnd ho lay back in tho chnir and sido of V j car. As a well known San Francisco poet nnd vice would, it followed, havo saved all opened his mouth. Detroit Freo Press. "Well, did you catch a mouse?" dechiropodist so truly nnd sweetly de- Behring sea trouble. manded his isienil with much interest. scribes it: 4 "Yes, wo ( ' tight a mouso." lie Whs Olad to Know. Ho has been rewarded, and nm glad Wf' TU tho Innd where It's always nfternoon. "Which trs.j?" Tho ready.acceptnnco by lnwyers of to seo that things aro going his way. Tho seasons of which tho savants tell us Honesty is not always fatal to prosjierity. fees and "retainers" from bad men, and issasum.ssrr-mUimiiA"No trnp at all. Ho fell into tho " -a Tr2 v3 .sssssssasWJ.lltirissCTW1 J aro four viz, spring, summer, autumn ' California is noted for its roads and vsiiecially from thoso whom tho public New York Tribune. ... and winter but thoy aro not used here at streets. I took n rido tho other feel to be working against their interHariior's Bazar all. You have to keep u calendar in order day without fatigue, nto 10 largo navel ests, is often tho occasion of sarcastic !ir Had Ilrgiin. to know whothor it's Christinas or the oranges nnd picked out a good orange remarks. Littlo Grandson Grandpa, you said Polite. mile. fAILE6 Fourth of July, and though roses grow grovo for my wifo. Orango groves aro A certain prominent lawyer wns naked last hummer when you wero here that if Fow of Ezra Hinckley's frionds nnd laBaaKTiP'nSlCBRisV'W J C 111 great big masses wherever you put worth from $700 to $1,100 by an acquaintance if tho rejwrt were I took a cold bath every morning you few of tho village jwor had ovor taken a LJn. iv i ' .?jmmjwzmmiT jer acre, them n bearskin overcoat with tho pockmeal at his houso, yet ho wns rich enough age of trees and the quality true that he had gono into tho service of would givo iiu something nice. to tho ets full of moth powder should not bo or variety of tho fruit. Ten acres or n corporation which had been suspected "Yes, Uoiity, but you didn't do it." to navo xuii tlio hungry often "without over eight feet nway tho year round. "I'm taking them now, grandpa. I feeling it," as his neighbors used to say. twenty is the size of tho average orchard. on pretty good evidenco of bribing memhi California you doi t ask for a room A man can lc hired reasonably to tnko bers of u legislature. 'eluded you know best." But one day a Frenchman, who did odd at tho hotel whero you got a fino "Glad to hear it, my boy. It will bo jobs ubout tho town, found his wny to "Oh," said tho lawyer; "I've not gono caro of the trees mid attend to the mar You ask for ono that tho sun shines keting. I took half an Twenty milesthe Shortest to into their service. I havo simply agreed tho making of your health. Tako thib Ezra's heart. aero. 011 and in f.1 and get ?hat you want to with it. Ezra rebuffed him once, but nftor that not to join tho other side." California will doubtless supply tho "And you havo taken n feo for that?" How long huo you kept it up, Henry?" ho gavo orders thnt whenever Antoino most beautiful and interesting exhibit of "I commenced this morning." De- came ho should havo the best tho kitchen "Oh, naturally thoy sent mo an Chicago, Michigan Points, St. Louis, any state at tho World's fair. I shall not troit Freo Press. afforded. Cleveland, Buffalo, Detroit, go to the exposition, for I cannot bear Ind'unapolis and the West, Ono night nt dinner, after tho soup was "Ah, I'm glad to know it was that. Nc m Englarid, Canada, tho humiliation of seeing North CaroUuLItid or Hrr. might havo got tho idea that it was a removed, ho sat for somo momenta looklina's meager showing compared with the New "Yes," said Triwet to Dicer, "I un- ing in pleased anticipation into tho faco dishonorarium." Youth's Companion. enterprise and wonderful beauty of this derstand tlnu .Miss Godd has been mak- of a tonutif ully browned littlo roast pig. Philadelphia. Baltimore, Washington, stato's oxhibit. A ricinHiit KurprUr. Quickest time to llarrodsburg, rranklort, Ky. ing rumarks about me. Among other Suddenly ho heard a movement Ho Shortest ind Richmond, QV1KGINIA An entire orchard of oranges in bear"What a lxautiful child!" exclaimed things sho has been kicking nbout my looked up. Thero stood Antoino. Quickest line to ing has been taken up bodily, and with Mrs. Iutheswim, pausing before a baby mustache." "Pardon, monsieur, I seo I interrupt a tha trees carefully boxed and tho roots "Sho ought not to bo so cruel ns to enrriogo which a nurso was wheeling said tho Frenchman und reand boil coinpleto will be reproduced at through tho park. "What n lovely com- kick a thing when it's down," replied tired. Youth's Companion. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS thro' with Chicago. That is only a littlo pointer on plexion! Your faco is familiar to me," Ulcer. Detioit Freo Press. out change via Chattanooga, Birmingham, Meridtho stylo of enterpriso that will crop out Anxious to Know. sho udded, addressing tho nurse. "Will ian, making direct connections en roule for Knox ville, Asheville, LynchburKaud points in the wherever California's name appears. Old Airs. Boffins Oh, doctor, do you you pleaso tell mo to whom tho child bo-No Altertiathr. I compare this with North Carolina belongs? "I wish you would get mo a couplo of think thero is anything seriously tho cause one of tho fair officials from North "Bless your heart, ma'am, sho's your packets of cigarettes," said tho con- mntter with my lungs? Carolina has spoken to mo soveral times Dr. Pulmon (after careful examinaown, but sho has grown a great deal demned murderer to tho jail warden. At Chattanooga lor Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming con. Charleston. Augusta. Macon, Savanm about her utter negligence in regard to unco you saw her last." New York "Can't do it," replied tho officer. "The tion) I find, mndame, that your lungs Brunswick, Lake City, Thomasville and FLOIU tno matter and tho sorrowful display as Pre&s. law must bo allowed to tako its course." nro in a normal condition. U A points. Th. only line running solid Vestibuled trains with it will apjwar when compared with other Mrs. B. (with a sign of pious resignaP..S. S. Co. Bulletin. Uopeles. Pullman Boudoir or Palace Steeping Cars to St. states. Should this reminder bo tho tion) And for how long can I expect to Augustine without change lor any class of pas- Chorister Hello, Pedalmaut Just tho 5fc. ""LlSs. means of arousing a sickly ambition I livo with them liko that? Judy. sneers or baggage. Not 1'oiiular. I'm in search mnn I'vo been looking Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur am content. Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. EATINO SIXTKP.N LARGE ORANGES. of a tenor and North Carolina beats tho world on apTo tho rolnt. Shortest and quickest to Anniston, Selma, Mo Pedalman So am I. I got a good man who promised to take bile. Duect connections made at NEW OR ples, and the pokelerry ink grown thero Ten girls in u composition class in a LEANS witbout omnibus traasfur for Galvef ton Chorister Indeed! And whero nroyou v i. ' is redder than any I have over before en- care of it at a reasonable price per year Houston, Austin, i U" Cincinnati school wero told by their Ml . countered. As tho poet so truly and so and not eat any without consulting mo going to look for one? teacher to writo a telegram Buch as I am in search Pedalman Right here. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. A vVW-fivat New York. I thought of this plan mygraphically goes on to stato: would Iw suitable to send homo in case I loaned you a fortnight rV VJ lsJW: of a railway accident whilo traveling. Oh, luiw I lnu to write tiion the hotel letterhead self and will introduce it into California. of that tenner The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg Tho Pacific ocean reminds mo very ngo. Boston Courier. Miss. , Shreveport. La., making direct connections And cha&o a thought with nimble, trenchant Ono of tho girls wroto: "Dear Papa-Mawithout omnibus transfer lor Dallas, Fort Worth pen. much of tho Atlnntic and evidently is killed. I urn In tho lefresh-liiet- it Austin, San Antonia, El Paso and points in To uqueeie tlio berry of tho poko Judiciously Forewarned. to tho same family. It contains room." New York Tribune And Jerk ullli Joy u drop of Ink! TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. Gortlin Misg Wecknwkcn, will you salt, seaweed and tho Sandwich Islands. Squire 'Twas awfullv gooil of you, Oil, whut a glorious thing Is thought. Anil what a joy to nuike a nutiou think! Tlio people of California ere, after all. honor mo with your company on Thurs- farmer, to fish mo out of that ditch. The Knot or It. For through rates, correct county maps and tu s squire! For In using tho above and emoting from tho best feature of tho wholo country. day? Fanner "What makes youndmiro Shakespeare call on Agent at Junction Cltv. Ky information Miss Weekawkcn I'm sorry, but a lot sake, doau't 'eo atay a word ubout it. so much?" VV. D. COZATT. myself 1 give uttemnco to a sentiment Tho cream of tho ambition, kindliness, or address Trav. Pass, Agt., Jnnetion City.Ky that every ono has experienced. industry and thrift of tho older states isi 'f my friends nro to givo mo a surpriso Ef ut was know'd nmongst tho neighlhjrr She Becnuso ho talks about the seven D.MILLER, D.G.EDWARDS. 3011 out. whoy, ages of man and never mentions that of Tho Coronado Beach hotel, near San hero. It explains why you sometimes1 parly on that night nnd I'm expected to cro that I'd G. P .V T. A., Traffic Mangr,, Cincinnati. tho fnr.' Itay nt home. Texas Sif tings. ;loy'd pitch mo in. Scraps. Diego, is about tho largest hotel at which Hriko an old deserted village-iwoinnn. Cliicngo Inter Ocean. pen-rivcly three-quarter- I ever put up so much ns I tUd when J tamo away from tho place. Tho surf is Iioard beating with low San Diego boom against tho beach. This boom costs ono $2 per day. Food, lodging and boom ench $2. Still that is cheap for n 11 s ro to ho met with. Tlio ronntr urn lmrr.. Booing may coin, and Iwoms may go, uui. vuiionna win go on lorovor, I wt, whero onlyTho old or incnpncitaFoil THEY CAUGHT ONE MOUSE Ono ANYWAY. "YCS?" Of nil fnlr women, pnno or gay, Tho ono I oftVIU'st lllc'K In idio who nerr fall to hay Trnp Which an Kxport Did fot llnvt to Iluy. SCf( Z nowr-pnic- liybt, rw asiajm, & J J n Mi pi first-cla- n tliem a Call. NORTH WEST. ' "rprfijjrtir'rpy ? lV-- m MS if JoJ nolfoVwn'a it-T- ruth. Double Dally Trains "uin if tiiiooos ! I he.-c,- M w N& W ns -- 1 "Y-o-s- ." Goal-wi- ll a.-tlo- s jii 1 yft kill RAILWAY. Washington, sen-cm- . '",'' 'f17 rSyj4i r: nJM o: i - n guar-nnte- o OASSK '5-sw?5C- flf 1 bath-tub.- AllsHsl'sfisvm yvmsmwm 110 " m lo .' j&f m mwassimm wmmMmmsm CINCINNATI, York, Boston, IBSrsSisS pros-loc- t. heno-rarium- ." 1 NEW CDBM2ANS. CABDLINAg, tete-a-tete- !" i'. g rte&&: ""ff-yss r tir bo-lon- f mma 'env-en'- n J.. W9W Interior Journal Ai'im, 14, 1893 oemi-Week- ly Stanford, Ky., k.o. WAVTON, bus. Manager DANK 8 THE JEWELER, Articles to Suit the Most A complete line of Fastidi-ous- . Watches, Clocks Jewelry And SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Ktigraving a Specialty. All goods old engraved tree of charge. TYour patronage respectfully solicited. iK) YOU WANT TO ADOPT A IlANVl llnylo you think thlt li n new litislntwrt, endmiroullirtlili' on application, It linlxfii net nr Imvc liiwrer. Inn tiiiKlnnlNiiiii'l)' m futlil'tiod ronitir thu Kirryonr will llil ow "Well! rlmt's iln amvtcKt Niby I ever sawf' This cnunulug tint kiwi little Iiliuk youlmtn, fulnt idcuof tuecxqiitsitoorlirliiiil. donn lietnre, tho nu'l-w!il- to to our aNi In irfiniilon, to during tsici, other irivat iktur- - by sticlinrf KUiuivrvy ilorun.Muud Humphrey, I.mi 1m Duvli iui ps nnd other of wnrlil-wiu- o n'liowu. toko only two ciHtupim or wimi wmllililurlnif thonnM J cur. "A Vnnl of lO Jihl" mul A Wliito IluiisoOnhlil" 1; wlfpot I'nldont llun1ou, uiul ) on will mo what our iinimlwi iniim 'I IuxowIioihiIktIIki for P tnort' Fiimlly williHfTinpillrryoi .Miiiitlinifiir iul4lti wotkiofnrt i'I Kriat MiliiP.Uflih'' n Muifiizlnn Hi it cn'inot b" itinalod by Hny In tho world for Itn lxnutirn! illuntt ntloiii unj MlbjfCt uuittrr, thnt will knirtrrjonr kU iil on nil tho topli- - of tho ilu, piiii nil the t f ili iinl different Itemi of nbotit tho Iwvlilr h'HMi'lKilil. funil'lilns' lntrrctliiif riMlhtif matter, both irmvo ami jray. fortho tn)l( fuinlly: mid hIuIo DcihoumiI'k U nut t f;i.lilti.Miiif:lllll Itn f.uililou pspcti urrprr-fii-t.nii- 'l wt'tflvo )il. frr of W,ull tlioHl-lin- n you wl.li to iiim ilurlnir tho jrur, and In Hiir Uo )oti choino. Sond In jour at oni, only $3. and you nill rrally prt firorSAIn value. AdilrPM tho publUhrr, w hu, '. Jennlniti Dcmorutt. IS Kurt with th Vork. If you nif copy. 10 ccuU for flxxlmcn UnjatJuo, in-c- til IrtU-rvnuiiHi-quulntr- which we prvinoMi " toyoti, trnnpor-tntlo- n paid Tho llttlii ilnrllnvr ict utfvliist it iillow, nnil Is In tho net of drawing oil lis pink nock, tho inatnuf which linn bri'U pulled IT ninl Ilium wddo with it trluiiiphnnt Tlie Ilenh Unix nro irfect. nml Ohm 1 follow roil, no mnt tor whero you Mum!. Thooxqul. HoriMinMiictlniMof tfilt irrvutt imlntlnii of Ma Munich ulio mmi celclimted of modern painters of Uiby lift" tiro to Iwplirn to tlimo l'mully Mairii-iln- o who mibvrlbo to Dcmuri-at'for is'n. The reproduction ciiuniit Ik 1. nnd tub! fnim tho orlglnnl, whlili . 1 Ik' luih) m aro tho miim xlui 17x liu-liHinl nlMiMiUly lifelike We lime lllo 1 "IMA 'ml IIAIkT.' i c. s iii lh GOOD PAY ! FOR GOOD WORK ! For Ladies or Gentlemen ! $5 to $500 Cask! According to rcsultH nccomplieliod ; in addition to u liberal com minion of twenty per cent. Alto GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS. Impossibilities or rncerlain-tips- . Every thing Fair, Honor abli1, Plain and Positive. No Fee programme in he Weefiii! tip irer o nfciiir Fourth Annual Contest nniong Agents for large tt clubs. rt3"An Agency for the Weekly K.vcjt il'.nr. is a proiitnblc hueiness. It is the hot echool in tlio world tojiropnro one for a business contact with the to busiucsa public, a ftcppmg-eton(jualilication and futuro piwpcrity. Wo want good Agents to solicit for rnbscriptions. The inducements arp extra good. ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. wriggles and pantingsof their victim as helpless aa a frog under a crotched stick, with a cmel boy at tho other end, or, MRS. FRANK LESLIE SUGGESTS A SO- moro appropriately, a frog in the clutches of a viviscctionist, who is determined to CIAL REVOLUTION. lay open thu throbbings of poor froggio's heart" In tho Interestsof humanity! Tfds The IVIIimt Feeling Tluit Preserves Oolilen sympathizer bides her time. Sho waits Sllrnra Sorrows Morn Crurl Than until she can eii her victim in a comer. Ileiith Tim Unselfish but Unwise Love. or penetrate to her bedroom, or get her into a victoria or a buggy where no InA llrllllnut AVoiniui't Suggestion. terruption is iosmblo, mid then phe be(Cop) light, HOT, by Ainerltun PrcM Asaocl. gins: "My dear child, I want to tell you tluu. All rights rvMirved. how dreadfully rorry I am for your but how camo you t Mr. Smith was berlous in his attentions? Tell me all about It, "dear. It will comfort oiir poor heart tobp'ak ouL Did the man over really ask you to marry him?" And so on until the de' serted dumb"! is ready to fling herstlf M3 'JriiOTrl Ml " out of tho vehicle under tho horse's fee,J an 1 feels that tho loss of her lover Is a nothing compared with the shamo of being pitied mid symiathizcil with. Or take tho case of a man who has been horsewhipped or kicked or slapjicd iu tho face by another man stronger and bigger and therefoio braver than himself. Ho doesn't want to. know that Ids friends are s rry for him! IIo would ?i f'ffffi'Vij much rath'T w suffered to imagino that they hadn't heard of it, and yet thero are i! ii plenty of thick skinned idiots who will inJln.1 1 N .'(,' j fi y-Won the first opjMirtunity rush up to lilm W I; ' ii 'i f .. i t with outstretched hand: i; "My dear fellow, 1 want to tell you DON'T know uny rircuiiibtnnci am at tho way that fiOC'al fo FO "trying to men'i how indignant H?of Bonis" on loth iils as tho cir- bnito treated joul Fairly kicked you ! ciinibtancoiU'iiinmlinirHyiiitialhy. down the steps of the clubhouse, they Death ia bail cnotnrh. but It h tell me! Just liko theso great hulking they nro big by no means tho worst. Most of ns have beasts who think, n little fellow liko you or me and boon tliroiiL'h that dark mid torriblo Jiom when that which becmed our all has been must give iu to all their insolence!" Piobably the man thus atiostrophized lalil nway from our siffht and from among men. and otir friends havo come at oncf measure, tlio other "littlo fellow" wit !i his eye and mentally decides dressed in HOinbor clothes, and with and Fet countenances havo ono by that he cm thrash him at least and will , ono insisted iijon lnyint,' baro tho wound do wi on tho first opportunity. A!.ii.:-- my acquaintances on onoside wo would fain hide under our mouminj! tho water I am proud to Kiirb and expressing more or less crude- or tli'1 it.M r n !. Ij wlwe father was hung, ly, more or less delicately, tho symtiathy of which they havo coino to nssuro us. mid justly mi. fur murder. Of course the It is a hocial tuvewity that they should intc t of htr friends painfully avoided come. Wo hhould fc'l hurnrieOil and any s.il, t within rillo shot of the slighted if they did not. and wo do not subject. Imt I heard that moro than one dream of shirking tho painful duty either vel! tiHamug 11011 had attempted to of receiving or of paying visits of condo- ij)iiiiilinzv with her and thereby nearly lence, and yet often wonder if itVould dnvi theHMir woman to madness. Or think of a mother whoso son has not bo well to induce u social revolution wherein this and several other timo hon- committ.sl Home shameful erimo and is either a ft' othe from justice or is sufferored ctibtoms hhould 1hj fcwept nway. Ttmo honored indeed, for sinking ot ing Iht ixii'idJii's. I'ancy uny sympathy, this matter tho other dav to a friend I even thu most delicate Ix'ing anything was told that when Job fell into afllic-tio- but an ohetibe to such a sufferer. Iu his threo friends at oueo made an fait, thtre is no lovo upon whoso death apK)iutmeutto meet and mako a collect- it is not si.f"t to count than upon thnt of here a uiothi r It is positively indestructible, ive call of couduluiico. I please observe the sujieriority of discro-Ho- uud have never found any other class in tho days of Job compared with of love to which that word would apply. ours having arrived with Job they sat Certainly Mime wives havo loved some down tion the ground, and for seven husbands, some uiuulcus have loved some days and nights nobody epoko a wonl! lovers, some women havo loved some Now. we don't havo timo in this era to men "not wisely, but too well," through hit in Bileuco smuu days ami nights in gotnl rejiort and ill, through fortuno and tho proMMico of our fnendi. but I often inu fortune, cruelty and kindness, faiththink if our custom was to go and bit fulness and utifnithfulnosj, oven to the conwnuii iiiiiiutet. uinro or lesi, besido out bitter end, butlwthis unreasoning predicted of wives or stancy cannot friend and then go away with a mute cures., or clasp of tho hand, how much fiancees or mistre&ses as a nilo. Much better itVould bo than to try to wy depends iixui the individual. Uut in tlio case of mothers it is tho M)iHcthiii), and that generally the wrong rule, esptriully as regards her sons. Tho hluill thing. forget u dear little unconventional widow whom I went to bad ,boy in.ty develop into tho uumiti-gHtc- d scamp, tho profligate, tho villain, mi) jut after the Midden and shocking the jailbird, but though she may bo death of hur joung husband It was ho gX)d of yon to come; but, driven to discard him, to banish him oh. don't s.iy a word not ono word!" from her sight, to declare thnt ho no longer pised hhe. and almost literally com- the corocalls him sou, thero is always at of her heart an undying llanio of plied Yes. bereavement is bad enough, and love, a divine forgiveness and pity and to very few, if to any, is itgtveu to speak longing that she could not if she would thy words of 'comfort or reabsuranco. nuci.ch or destroy. Let tho sinner but Hut there nro sorrows far more cruel reach his mother's feet, let him never so 1 than death; there are bereavements htul clumsily plead, "Mother, havo sinned oh, forgivo me!" and his pardon is asileu and more houIcss than those of thu Even though her judgment, her grave, and it is in thesd that syinjiiUliy sured reason, her conscience, sternly condemn may indeed despair of fitly expressing itself, oven by bitting silent raven days him. that mother lovo of hers will rise up nnd drown them all iu tho torrent of its and nights in its presence. A man in some prominent jiosition of deathless force. In the Scripturo story it is set forth as trust becomes a defaulter and runs away, leaving his wife and family to a memorable thing that thu father of bear tho shnmo and notoriety of his tho prodigal sou forgave him. It is not crime, jierhaps leaving them in poverty even mentioned that his mother did, for, and debt as well, for very few criminals not to bo irreverent, "thnt goes without commit but ono kind of sin. A defaulter saying." Doubtless sho had forgiven him he set out for home, and is usually intensely selfish and considers long beforo indeed it is probable enough that It was his own desires so exclusively that ho not only appropriate moneys not Ills tho telepathy of her lovo and forgiveness own, but his neighbor's wife as well, and that induced him to relinquish his foul is utterly callous as to tho sulTering of living and return. Well, then, is it not obvious that with all sorts to which ho condemns tho womsuch lovo as this 111 tho background no an lawfully his own. Now, what sympathy can ono express mother will patiently accept sympathy to such a mourner as that wife? What for her son's misdeeds? It will only anger wonl would beeni other than presump- her and louse her to defend him even tuous and intnisivu to such bereave- though no defense bo jiossiblo. If bhe is ment? And yet wo all do feel sorry for a womanish sort of woman, sho will prob- hur, wo all do long to let her know it ibly adopt tho "tu quoquo form of re I know llarrv sentment and say: and to comfort hur. t Bomo of us who have struggled in deep has done a foolish thing, but it arose enwaters ourselves shrink from tho at- tirely from his desire to help and shield tempt and contrive bome other mode of a friend. You must rcmemlicr all young showing tho true sympathy wc feel, and men aro not liko your John, always conyet theto is grief so deeply dyed with sidering what is best for his own intershamo that positively no notice should ests." If she is not womanish, but womanly, bo taken of it oven a box of flowers' even a new book or a card, would serve the best you can exjiect is, "Thank you, to hint at condolence too strongly, and but this is a subject upon which 1 do not wo remember that though speech is sil- wish to ti:lk" I was once speaking with a lady in vern silencG is often golden. But yet again there aio griefs oven London whoso sou had just been pursued deejier and inoro sensitive than that of and brought back from tho continent tho insulted and deserted wife; thero is under " cliargo of aggravated breach c f an agony of shamo not to bo shifted to trust when another lady camo up nnd other shoulders than one's very own; took her hand with a murmur of "Dear thero is a bereavement known to all tho Mrs. Blank, I want to tell you how sorry "What! You havo heard of it world and yet which tlmsutrerer would I am" tarn liidu from oven her own eyes, and already!" exclaimed Mrs. Blank, with a this is when a woman has too readily binilo liko the flash of a bayonet. Then yielded up her affections to ono who sim- half turning to mo sho continued: "1 ply amused himself with her easy cre- have lost my coachman, you know. Acdulity, and when her devotion began to tually tho poor fellow dropjiod dead in pall "ho kissed and rodo away." Every the stables this morning, and I am heart broken. Tho best old soul ono in her little world knows tho whole story. Tho malicious whisper: "Well, that over held a whip. IIo was my sho throw herself at his head. What could father's coachman and actually put mo But I sho exjiect:" Tho kinder hearted ones on tho first pony I ever rode. murmur: "Poor thing! I was afraid ho can't think how you heard of it so soon, didn't mean anything?' And tho sharp- my dear, except that I believe you make est sting of her mortification is that sho it a point to gather every bit of news knows that they all know and aro scorn- that is stirring, don't you?" And with ing at her or pitying her. Still sho can this neat littlo blow in tho face Mrs. bear it bo long as nobody says anything, Blank sailed away, leaving Iter would bo bympatliizer gasping. but they will! But thero is no need of swelling tho Thero aro suro to bo at least two or three well meaning fools who want "to lint of cases whero tho truest sympathy express their sympathy," who in fact in- i e.vnreshed bv nnnarent hmoranco of sist upon doing so iu eplto of ali tin any cause for sympathy. Eve ry person J SYMPATHY AS AN ART 1 sup-jios- o "i-- F m mj2 I ! 1 - Bom-le- r ; f im-Ird- r 1 of delicacy or a sensitivo organization will rocognlzo such cases for themselves, and to thoso who aro not delicato and sensitivo in their own crsonality no amount of teaching will effect tho object. You cannot train n rhinoceros into a thin skinned Arab btced, por a cactus into a sensitivo plant. Most jieoplo and most things dio very much what they arc born, and the clumsy sympathizers no doubt will exist when tho world ceases, just ns it did when it began to be. But thero aro cases, nnd plenty of them, whero truo nnd tender sympathy is liko tho very dew of heaven upon tho parched and drooping flowers. There are tender souls that long for sympathy, just as a littlo child holds np its hurt finger for every ono to "kiss and make well." To such persons, and to sorrow of the ordinary outspoken sort, with no tingo of shamo nbout St, let us givo sympathy with a freo and generous hnnd. But, abovo all, let it bo tho right frind of sympathy. It is in many cases, if not in nil, moro blessed to givo than to receive, and this applies to gifts of sympathy quite as much as to moro tangible matters. Ionco.knowa lady who snid sho had been to church all her life, but had not been ablo to ncquiro graco sufficient to enjoy being pitied by anybody for anything. Of courso this was pride, nnd prido is naughty, but very universal. Sometime j it takes tho form of amour propro, which is something a littlo different from self love, although that if tho only English equivalent for the phrase. But amour propro is, a very thing to handle. Sometimes it h hurt by being touched; sometimes it it still moro hurt by being let nlono; sometimes such a piTSon ns this wants to be sympathized with, and yet is irritnblj watchful lest tho sympathy they demand should seem to placo them at tyult for their misfortuno. You say to such a one, "How could you trust that man when every ono 6aid ho was dishonest?" nnd tho bufferer nearly flies in your fnco with the assertion thnt bhe is 110 moro credulous than other people; but, etc. .It is, in 0110 word, a very dangcrod sand delicate matter either to givo or receive sympathy, and all I can say is, remember, like fire, water and gunpowder, it is a good tiring so long nsyoti know howtc manage it, but if you don't for heaven' sake, let it alone. deli-cnto WOLVES CHASE A WHEELMAN. An Accident howrn tho I.lfo of n Illcycllut In llimitin. Fred Whlshnw, who wentfto Riisdn with Ids bicjele, tot chased by wolves in the I'kov district He had been out some 12 miles from Iwivrik looking for elk nnd tells iu Land and Water this story of his return: I had tidiicn hut a mile or two on the return journey when it struck uio I ought to alight and refresh my machine with a few drops of oil, but hardly wits I on foot than I saw something which at first sight caused a thrill of pleasurable excitement, but soon gave place to very different sensations. Hardly a quarter of a inllo behind were five large gray wolves. I was speedily up nnd nway and eaused tho pedals to whirl in a manner towluih they weru entirely unused. I hnil at least 10 miles to go before 1 should reach safety. 1 might possibly do of nn hour if the mathat iu three-qinrtechine and tuy hruith held out. Could the wol es accomplish thodistnnce in less timcf When I had ridden a few miles, I ventured to Klnticc back. The brutes had gained 100 yards at least! At this rate they would pull me. down before I could reach Lavrik uuless Indeed they tou.d not keep up the pace, which ns rather hot. Another two miles nnd another peep behind me. The wolves were barely 200 ynrds nway now I tried a spurt. The road was as level ns 11 billiard tabic, nnd I strained every nervo to the utmost. Hut 1 could never keep up tho terrific rate at which 1 waa now traveling. I must economize all my staying powers in order to last out the distance at even my former rate of progression. Then suddenly nn iilea occurred to me. I would ring my bell loudly nnd continuously and see lint effect this would produce. I pressed thegonKnnd turned around to observe whether the sound would cheek my pursuers. The effect was instantaneous. No sooner did thu first clang of tho koujj rs CIVIL; ENGINEER, Stanford, - - Kentucky, Offer hi profe!ionsl icrviccs to tlm people of Ha bad eight years.' experience In the bunlneis. Itcfen totheHrc National Hank of Stanford, where he can be loui.d. is. w simiith:, -- tlih tectloii. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY. Capital Stock- Surplus m - $200,000 20,500 Attention of the public It invited to the fac that this It the only National Rank in Stanford Under the provitiont of the National Rank Act depoMlori nre tecured not only by tbt capital ttock, but by the stockholder babil ly lor an amount equal to the stock, to that depositors ot this institution are secured by a funt of $400,000. Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank are made each yearto the United States government and its assets are examined at stated time oy government agents, thut securing addititooa md perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as th Deposit Dank of Stanford In 1858, then red at the National Hank ol Stanford in 1M5 and again das the Klrt National Bank ol Stanford in 1887, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of m years. It it better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporation!, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully toileted. The Directory of this Dank is composed T. J. Foster, of Stanford; Foretu,'Rpid, Lincoln county ; 01 ? - - - -I - Os -r- VS -" Hayden, Stanford ; S.H Raughman, Lincoln; M.J. Miller, Mi. Vernon; IS. T. Harris. Lincoln; J. S. Mocker. Stanford; G ALackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. G Welch, SUnfaid; W. .l'.Tat, Staulord. OFF1CKKS 1. S. Hockrr. President; John J. McRoterts, Cashier; A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier. J. W. 4 M Farmers fiank&Trnst 2i Co . c!i !JMpj!INk . OF STANFORD :KY., It acvt tuliy or panned and icady for butiness wita 4?HO-- , I S Faid'up Capital of Surplus, . ,- $200,000. 20 000. -r W A MA6VIHCKVT ItOI.b ELK. n I3ut--au- tl ClibuKiiV Tint Cblbl. Wi-nan- n In winterless southern California n pleasant faced t.ld lady.iMrs. Susan is restfully passing tho close of life. Children and grandchildren attend her, nor bliizards nor cyclones nor biting cold nor scorching heat annoy. Yet midst wars, massacres and privations of every kind her lifo began. At tho Fort Dearborn massnero of 1812 her baby ears hoard terrible sounds, and her innocent eyes may havo seen father and brother murdered. At a mother's breast bho clung close that no savngo club 1 ni-vi- out than the wolves stopped dead and disappeared behind the trees. 1 gave n yell of defiance and delight and dashed on, ringing away for dear life, but my triumph was short lived. e)n looking back a few mo meats after found that my foes were again In full pursuit However, I hail gained a .little. On we flow, my gong sounding harsh and strident iu tho silence of the forest. It was magnificent; nt least it would havo been if it had not been so horribly dangerous. turned my head to look round upon my pursuers for the twentieth time. They were still gaining and were now within CO yards. Hearing a loud clatter iu front of me, I turned back again to sco what new dnngir threatened mo from thnt direction. In thus twisting back and round again got iu a nit, and before I hud time to what was hapicuhig was buried a couple of feet deep in thu snow nt tho sidu of the riiiK 1 1 SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Now clcaing up) with the tame astelt and under the tame management. By provisions of its chatter, depositor are as fully protected at ate depositors in National Bankt, its shareholders being held individually liable to the otent of the amount of their ttock therein nt the par value therrol, in addition to th amount invested in such shares. It may actas executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their buismest to ut while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thankt and trust they will continue to transact their butiness wiih us, offering at a guarantee fcr prompt attention to tame, our twenty years' experience in banking and a liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. DIRXCTOHS: J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; J. M.Hall, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; S.J. Embry, Stanford ;i J. fi. Lynn, Stanfcrd; 1 U-.W- l. vs. 1 MKS. SVS.V.N W1NANS. ' "es, j I ior-fect- ly 'iiiuiliTlVltcrs Caught by it Train Hoy. A sharp newsboy on a Baltimore uud Ohio railroad tialu recently caused tho arVisitors, remember tho Motion it the line, with rest of a gang of counterfeiters iu the lower Vcttlbiilcd '1 Dining Cars, Palace Chair of Wood county, W. Va. Two men Cars, 1'iillman rains. Sleepers, at loutst ratc. pint IIutTet carelessly gae the boy a couplo of bail For information address coins, arousing his suspicions, nnd ho made JAS. BARKER, G V A , CHcago. a complaint licforo tho United States com W. G CKUSIl.lt) P A . Louisville inis.sioner at l'arkersbnrg, with tho re.stift gang wa run down at I'ond Creek, that the Mime miles fiom I'.u keis.hu rg, nnd all their tools, molds, metals and other parapherScientific American nalia unearthed, together with a lot of Agency for countei felt small coins, which are said to bi excellent imitations of tho genuine art! e'es. Tho men said tliey manufactured their imnifijBr- - arv txa KtiaMr'awllllPBBtjrgti aihriii spurious coin In broad daylight, thinking that the best time to avoid detection. The towns iu Wood county nro said to have been 1 "waSasxal .biiv iloodedwith the counterfeits, and one of m CAVEATS. the gang, w ho miulo a confession, said the TRACK MARKt. had disposed ot (XiO in nickels lu Pittsburg" DRSION PATKHTSf COPYRIGHTS. otoJ I.lkn to Head of Uhiircu Trial. , ITor Information and fVeo Handbook write to MUNN & CO, 3bl IiliOADWAT. NEW YOUC ' , Tho English public seems to havo an exl'rugreit In Slexlco. securing patents In Amerln Oldest bureau for Krery patent taken out by Is brought betnro S01110 idea may bo had of tho rapid ceptionally violent taste for divorce litem-turthe public by notioo given free ot clurgu la tho The spate ghen to it iu the most progress be'ing made in tho republic of Mexico when it is known that tho ground conservntho and respectable Loudon papers, Mirpiises American readers. London heretofore used for bull fights in tho lias a new paper, Thu Divorce Giuette, Largest circulation of any scientific paper In tho state of Puebla will bo used for tho pur- which gives al reports of current diworld. Splendidly Illustrated. No inteUlcent etluca-tionman should be without It. Weekly. 3,h a pose of constructing upon it an vorce cases, without oinittiug any details yeart ll-- six months. Aildreos MIINN 4 00, institution and a grand hotel. of the evidence. VUKUsuKUt, titU liroadwoy. New York City. Another "slight piecaution" might save a great deal of anxiety to the parents of small children and occasional frights to the children themselves. Those who aro too little to tell where they live or apt to forget it when they nro bewildered, should havo tho nddress plainly written 011 a card and kept nbout them. S01110 of tlteso littlo people who havo pockets take such prido in them that they can bo trusted to keep such a card safely there, and with still smaller ones tho writing could bo on a strip of linen sowed inside of tho outer garment, like tho Jimmy Johns' flannel peppermints in Mrs. Diaz's charming story. Any child that can walk, even if it isn't allowed out alone, might bo separated from its mother or nurse, and if tho first person who passed could tako him homo hours of anxiety might bo saved. M. II. F. L. lluu h dial of Tar Feels. Coats of tar and feathers aro not mentioned in the fashion journals its nniong the fad likely to become popular. Though little objection could ho urged against the perfection of their fit, and though tholiu 111ih.it ion now generally coupled with their involuutaryosMiniption might bo overcome by mi assiduous cult iu their favor, certain little iuconvenieuces attending of them would undoubtedly interfere with their general adoption. The liody is covered with minute hairs. These become entangled in the hpt tar, and when it con tracts on cooling many aro actually pulled out by tho roots, while e cry ono lb a cenlei limn. rri'riitit of pain. A man thoroughly timed is in It is astonishing that any one should constant torture until telieved of his envel neglect so Minple a precaution as thnt of ope, and if he does not get rid of it in a short time death will result from the closalways carrying her address in her That has been known to bring ing of the pores of the skin. A coat of tar a veritable shirt it back to the owner when lost, if tho and feathers is is difficult and of Nessus, for its removal finder happened to behonest. Yet plenty greiitp.dii. It is ono of the attended bj worst punishof people don't lake the trouble. ments if) ccry wi that am be indicted. ock-etboo- might bruiso her tender frame. Then camo wigwam lifo and weary marchiug from Indian camp to Indian camp. Thm, tho first year of her life passed away, and tho fair haired child littlo dreamed, when at last safe in her grandfather's house, that whero her eyes first saw tho light some timo would stretch a monster city, some time bo held an exposition on so magnificent a scale as to nstonish the world, and this be her renown that she was tho first whito child bom whero now tower Chicago's myriad blocks. But having felt all of lifo's vicissitude? in weMern wilderness, now, in her rose covered cottage iu southern California, she iH'acefully waits the end. road. I gave myself up for lost. All this did net take long to happen, and ns I emerged from the snow I was iu timo to bee two things. The first object which met nij 1SAUGI1MAN, gaewasa magnificent bull elk, followed FIRE AND STORM by four smaller ones, trotting across the road not 10 jnrds from me, their bend-wel- l raised and resting back on their shoulder. The other object was the little .Representing,. Mick of wohes. Scarcely 50 yards behind mew heal upset, thee were upon me in a Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.;. moment, ami I had barely timo to sei.e the hiay spanner of my machine and put my Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; back to a tree when, to my delight, the Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; wolvts, then but five yards from me, pricked up their ears, passed me like a flash of Ins. Co. of NortlfAmerica. greased lightning and darted away In purCompanies. I would All of which are suit of the elk. I picked up my bicycle and be pleated to wait o r my friends in thit line. Pol. rode away with all speed. I think I rode icies promptly issued. Will inture against tornathose three miles hi "record time." Any- does, wind storms and lightning. Lightning without additional charge how it was 15 minutes less than two hours Office at First National Bank. Stanford, from the start when I scudded into Lavrik, and if I had not ridden miles I must have dono ery near it. A. W. Carpenter, MiltcdgevslU; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Goch, Stanford, Ky. S. H. Shanks, President. J. It. 0s)ey, Caihier. W.jM. Bright, Teller. J. H. NSURANCE AGENT first-cla- st claus-etattach-ed Comes to you every other day in the year lie biitjct auu ucn papec iur uuiy In Kentucky 511c gets it three montht. Addrest The Aiuocatk, Danville, Ky. 3. ..TAKK i 1 m ft THK.., 5 D H &?ji HU n M m aiHl g)) tOUISVItlt MtWittAHTCrilCACO"tlT((a- - THE POPULAR AND DIRE0T LINE TO HIAFr0)a WEST NBTM"W3EST0 ..And., j, P&Vrrs Ami WORLD'S FAIR IHffWi'Twpliialmii ,Mm kj e. 11 ciettftfic Utwinw spy-.-i- al 'ESSSaZESS&SE. 04 gmi, i, .iV X"2"VTT & Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa. CECILIAN PARK VICTOR DANVILLE. KY , : Published Every Tuesday and Friday G. & C. P AT sv3 p b; n vmau iy .A.r v,vncjc "Whn not o CECIL, PROPS, paid $2.50 will be chirged."W G1MBETTA WILKES, making him the greatest siro that over lived nt that age. (Full brother to ilic Kin xmv, siro ot ilkes, siro of 12 in 2:30 list, and Count Mill Lady 2:40 at ono year of age, ami two others.) Sire hv George Wilkes 2:22. (Sire or Ilarrv Vi'ilkt-- 2:13, nnd 77 others in the 2:30 list, and of dams of 08.) 1st dam Jewell (dam ol the King 2:20, Gambctta Wilkes 2:22V and Hilda Clay 2:3oJ, unit full sister to Hlacjc Maria. 3 mile record 7:33), by Gill's Vermont (siro of Homier Hoy 2:23, and of dams of 12 in 2:30 list.) s Will mako the soasan of 180.1 at my stable near half way between Danville anil and about one mile east from This fine young stallion will make tho Stanford, aud Stanford pike. Danville season of 1893 at my place, 1 miles from Shelby City, on tho" Knob Lick pike, at HUGO. TWO COMBINED HORSES THE BEST PLACE TO BUY Record 2:221. in 2:30 list at Siro of thirty-on- e $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt. (register Victor Hugo is n beautiful red eorrcl eoes all the gaits and is n regular Jim Dandy nice one. He was sired by Gilt Edge 201, ho by Second Jewel 48. Second Jewel was sired by Cunningham's Jewel, ho by old Wash ingtdn Denmark. Gilt Edge's dam was by Stonewall Jackson. Victor Hugo's dam was by St. Elmore, she by Logan's Gill, she by Gill's Vermont. Gill's Vermont out "of Anna C, dam of Lee Paid. Money due when colt comes or mare parted with. Mares grazed or fed at reasonable prices. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. JOHNSANDIDGE, Shelby City, Ky. MESSENGER DENMARK 11 years, No. 741 Vol. 2) is about 10 hands high, a bright chestnut, sired by On Time. 1st dam by Sumptcr Denmark; 2d dam bv Messenger; 3d dam thoroughbred. This lino young horse goes all tho saddle and harness gaits nicely and will serve mares at $10 to insure a four-year-old Wall A. t Paper ! All new stock and latest designs. MiSiWSil M kV living colt. HrZEBHSriEI. Frank is by a Denmark horso. 1st dam bv Polar Star; 2d dam by colt of Tom Hal; 3d dam Harry Brigltt's old family saddle marc. Frank is about 15 hands high, a light sorrel, a perfect saddle horse and has proven himself a breeder of premium saddle and combined horses, his colts taking premiums at llarrodshurg in saddle gelding rings and at Danville, too; nlso combined ring at Danville, one of his geldings, shown by Dock Dryo, nt Stanford, competing with both sexes, R. PENNY. NEW STOCK OK JiMoiux&y "m. Jtakiin rnwnpt pow- Record 2:18. Bay horse. Foaled 1881. der. Higest of all in leavening Sited by Caliban 2:34. Sire of Cyclone 2:23J Latest United States of and "flvo others, and30sire of the dams strength. with records two and grandsiro of Government Food Report. of 2:30 or better.) 1st dam Sonrano (dam of Eminence Foaled 1890. Red bay, 10 hands high. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 2:18, O. F. Clay 2:18, Strathbridgo 2:28, Full brother to Silver King, uowl King, 108 Wall St., New York. ntulL-raniliiof Brown Sillc 2:22. sister Silver Queen and the great show mare, to Solo 2:28 and Stcinwny 2:25J), by Allio O. A. S. Bv On Time. 1st dam Mollio Mountz. Strathmorc (tho siro of Santa Onus 2:17 I, and 44 others, and of tho dams of 35 in Silver King was burned in Rue's stable SURGEON DENTIST. 2:30. when 5 years old, sired more good saddle 2d dam Abbess (dam of Solo 2:2SJ and horses than any horse in Kentucky at the Office over McRobcitt Drue Store In the r Owsley Duildlnc, Stcitiway 2:253, W. Wood 2:07, Cricket same age. Gold King was bred to two itanfnnl. 2:10, Ceasar 2:10 and 5 others, and sire of mares at 2 years old and got two colts the dams of 5 in the 2:S0 list, and she is no better in this country; see Sam Harris 37 tho grnndam of C. F. Clay 2:1S, Eminence and Billy Murphy. Silver Queen, shown Boy by Bill Rue, was a great winner. Allie 2: ISJ, Strathbridgo 2:2S and Stoncr 2:201.) by Albion (sire ot Vanitv Fair G., educated by Nels Rowland, was hard For the painleis extraction Jot teeth and other 2:28J.) to down. Her ptesent owner refused minor iuucrr. 1 have te.led its virtue autticirnt 3d dam by Marshal Xey. $73 tho sea- 12.130 for her. C. MQltOAN, I. D. S. know I son. Royal King will serve fifteen mnres at my stable, near Pink Cottago, Five-year-old Pure C. F. CLAY 4766. Ginghams, Sateens, Irish Linens, white: goods and laces. A cream of tarter.' baking ROYAL KING. fflft PRICE, taking second ribbon, and at Lancaster, premiums. Frank has been kept for a family horse and has served but few marcs. Will insure a living cult for $10. Both horses are safo for women ami children to ride, with no vicious habits. Both are standard and can Ihj registered. J. T. HACK LEY. Custom will : Made CXiOTSXXTC : Shoes, our stock. FOR LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN. GALTON tt : 12910. ;!-,- For Men, Youths and Children, cost you nothing to look. Call and examine It 'IDETO. ... SOUSE STOZiXlT. And Conviction of Thief. It AY DON PI3ARRO 7803. d $40 Reward for Return of Horae HORSe,; On the night oi March ajda year old, heavy mane and tall, knot on left hind leg, alight collar mark on left shoulder; in orJi-uarcondition; shows harness narks. A literal y reward will be given for said horse or for Information concerning him. S A. H. FISH, Crab Orchard. IK I have 'M and comprehensive just returned Ul FLSA3S ! (root the cities with a large STOCK OF MILLINERY, which was selected with the greatest care, and to which I invite the inspection of the ladies. Miss Nora Welch, who gave much satisfaction, is again with me. and I am in better condition than ever to sell the best goods at the lowest prices. Call and see the new styles. MISS LICCIE ilEAZLEY. Race Record 2:14. (Full brother t Don Lorenzo (3), 2:17, Galena 2:28 and Lottie Lorine (2) 2:16.) Sired by Uarubctta Wilkes. (Siro of 31 in 2:30 list, and full brother to The King 2:21), sire of 12 in 2:30.) 1st dam Lady Yeiser (dam of Mistake 2:29, Don Lorenzo (3) 2:17. Galena 2:28, Don Pizarro2:14, and Lottie Lorine (2) 2:10, and grandatn of Margaret W. 2:23,) by Garrard Cheif (siro of Basil Duke 2:28, and of dams of 2 in tho 2:30 list. 2d dam Jewell (grandatn of 5 better than 2:30 through Lady Yeiser her only foal), by Gill's Vermont (siro of Bonner Boy 2:23, and of dams of twelve.) 3d dam Brown Kate, grandam of Yeiser Boy 2:29, by Black Jack (siro of the dam of Amy IS. 2:24 and grandam of idol 2:27A.) Season $30. (Thrce-ycar-ol- At$15 to Insure a Living Colt. JOE E. FARRIS. Stanford, Ky. Standard; Registered. S1RF.D I1V GAMUETTA WILKKS i . .Full brother to The King a dam DaiiyfieM crandam of Alice Wllke. u!4 at a vert of io, by Kn field a 39 tire of Itobin 14H: ad dam, Qulckittp, by Kentucky I'rincc Jr., tdeof J O. .i;jf; 3d dam by Old Jor, tire of dim of J (J Nete. Hay colt, foaled April o, 16S.;, Out of Enfield marrt Catnbctta Wllies produced Cam-li'10M1 Halileta 3, 1 Uarnbyrun 3, a 16' j and Uaiumon 4, 1.40. jj. W. E. FERKINTS, Crab Oichard, Ky. i;). X ii, el Mo lo WJEAREN Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in on 9 STANPS AT lis. BLACK JIM. NUTHURST 5237. Record 2:14. 1 C. D. POWELL, GEITERA'L STORE, LOGAN AVEMUE, Stanford, : : Kentucky, Always sells good lower than anyone else in town. .New slock ol fruits every I nuay. ersey milk to the people of Mantord aud Koiv. and at the follow inj prices, delivered : Fresh Milk, per gallon to cents Skimmed Milk, purgation io cents 8 cents iiutter Milk, per gallon 'will maLe two trip dail 'I he patronage ot the O. A. l'EV ION. public is solicited. or-- i yr. Stanford, Ky 1 will open On January tith, 1891 a First-ClaDair), from which t can supply any quantity ss ol Notice to the Traveling Public. , ...I have had .... 1HE SUELTON HOUSE 'X 'Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of the best saloons In the State, open day and night; a night man meets all trains. In connection with Housr have also one of tho best Mineral wells in the Stati nod for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs G.W.Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Ingram, Erin, Tenn . A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. E. Proctor, C. II. Hraum, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Johnson, New Havm, Jim Cor, Greensbtirif. Rates $1 per lar. I. M. Petrev. clerk, W.tiive me a can.Prop. CARRIER, . flSoty 1 Sire of Little Doubtful (2) 2:20 Chestnut horse. Foaled May 22, 1S89. Sired by Nutwood 2:18. (Sire of 105 Mreaml dam of Gerrymindcr are both crad-jaiI and the dams of 43.) at the Lexington Fair, an honor but few At $7 to Insure a Living Colt. horiet in Kentucky can lay claim to He won 1st dam Enterprise (dam of Outburst Money due when colt is 3d days old or first honors at several of the blgcct lairs in the 2:11, Edgerttm 2:32, and full sister to old form. Stands at State in his three-yeCyclt.' 2:27), by Onward 2:25 (sire of 05 mare parted with or bred to another horse. in 2:30 list, and of the dams of It and $ij IO INSURE A LIVE COLT S. A. MIDDLETOX, W. M. DOIiH, jjrnudire of 83.) Crab Orchard Ky. lluttonvlllo Ky 2d dam Belle Thome, dam orCirclc 2:27 (full sister to Combat 2:10, sire of Brown 2:1S, Williams 2:21, Soudan 2:20 nnd Warrant 2:2S', and grandam of Nuthurst 2:113 and lvdccrton 2:32). by Hero of Thomdale (sire of Alice Tyler 2:30 and 3 others, and dams of 8 ) 3d (lain Abutillon (dam of Shackelford J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. 2:35, Combat 2:40, and grandam of Co-h2:30, and !) others), by Belmont (sire of Wedgewood 2:10, and 41 others, and of dams of 47.) Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior cnurvee in literature, Music aoc 4d dam Minna (the dam of Kentucky An. Excellent boarding department Cat.tloi; ei and circulars furnlihi-- d on application Wilkes 2:21 1. Ma.lNon Wilkes 2:22, and jrrandam of Lizzie Wilkes 2:22, and 0 others), bv Red Jacket isirc of the dams of Kentucky Wilkes 2:21; and Madison Wilkes 2 221. and of grandams of So So 2:171, and of Red Wilkes 2:40. sire of 82 in the 2:30 Hit.) Season 30. Is now prepared to exhibit to the Ladies a choice rd ar cr Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows COMBINED STALLION. Black Jim is a beautiful dapple black and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat of magnificent form; 1(5 J hands with Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, lluggy and W-.gheavy mane and tail. Is 0 years old and Harness, Saddles, Fields, Baled Hay, &c. one of tho best combined horses south of tho Kentucky river. Sired by old Stonewall Jackson Ti, he Lincoln County is the best County in thcJStatc; Hustonville, Ky., is by old Washington Denmark (l, he bv Gaines Denmark, he by Imp. Hedgeford. THE SADDLE STALLION, the best town; 1st dam Mollle Brown, hv Stonewall Mambrlno Patchen Jackson Jr; 2d dam 58; 3d dam by ILimiltonian. Black Jim has taken twopromiums. one Rejutered. llre.l by W. K. I!rtjTil!t. at London and one at Somerset. Will Ky. sired by Kcd Squirrel 53. my stable by F.ndor 17, by King Denmark, ht dam T 34, make the present season at The best and cheapest man in the county. by Star IVtimar 71; ad dam Dolt, by Cray Lea- miles west of urnu Urcuanl, inton, c llrcd at Wagner Stock Farm, Marthall, Mich. to bands, loaled In 1887, aired by xecoraer 4os, ton 01 Alcantara jtg, record j.j V the beit ion of (teorce Wlllcei. lit dam Lady Prmgle,ly AlidallahCheif, by Tacgart't AUIallah 16, he by Farmers' beauty, ton of oung I'apincau, a French Canadian hortt; ad dam Illack Anne, by Star of the Wrat t66. record j 36, Alcantara led all hortet In tiring a to perfortnert of 1S90, putting jj ne onet In the Int. Thia it unequalled. Kccorder, tire 01 three in a 30 in ttyi, by Alcan- tara; uam oy oarrard tneli; ad dam ujr Gorman )r. Standa at J10TO INSURE A LIVE COL I. Kl n hay Million, ALCANWILKES. Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Mttkory Wagons, Gerrymander 235. cy, have come to this town (Hustonville) and opened this day with a full line of Clothing, (rents' Furnishing Goods, Stanford Female College. Boots. Shoes, Hats, &c. Also a Full Line of Tinware. Spring- Session Tuesday, January 24th, 1893. The Cash Bargain ' COME ONE COME ALL. Store I and elegant assort have some Bargains to show you. I am running THE W. C. HTJTCH1NGS, FHCTMBTOR Record 2:201 gj-ooi- ds Brown horse; foaled 18S7, sired by Belmont, siro of Nutwood 2:18, and 41 We make this announcement that all may avail themselves of the other's, and of dam. of 47 in the 2:30 list. opportunity of selecting their goods for 1st dam Monti Wilkes (dam of (Jeorge Willis 2:29) by George Wilkes 2:22. sire of 73 in the 2:30 list, and dams of 08. 2d dam Hatnlettie(damofStartler2:2SJ, and grandam of George Willis 2:29), by And the Spring in time, and as extra inducement for you to come Hamlet 2:20 (tire of Leontino 2 18 and early, we have marked our goods at such Low Prices as will cause! 5 others, aud of the dams of 21). 3d dam Minna (dam of Kentucky you to wonder how such fine quality of goods can be sold on so small , P. B. RILEY, Proprietor. Wilkes 2:21 and grandam of 7 others, and a margin. Call Goods Kentucky. the dam and grandam of four sires that anything you canand sec us,wecompare these wc can and Prices with London, - find and feel satisfied please you and by I have moved to ray new Hotel and am better have representatives in the 2:30 list), prepared than ever to accommodate the public,. Rep Jacket (sire of the dam of Kentucky save you money. Good Livery attached and every convenience Wilkes 2:21 and Madison Wilkes 2.22, i Give me. call. and of grandam of So So 2:17 and Red Wilkes 2:40, sire of 82 in 2:30 list. $25 to Insure. A. C SINK j. N. MENKfEE GEORGE WILLIS 1777. ment of 1 Three : Big Else in the country. : Stores I t. THE SIFIRIIsra- SEA.S03ST, In Kentucky and one WHOLESALE STORE in Cincinnati, Ohio. Now, ns'IJjuy in quantities I am able to sell you goods RILEY HOUSE Cheaper Than Anybody GIVE ME A TRIAL. can Save you Money. I IT. FEUD, Hustonville, , - Zy, Baw. I de-- .B. F. JONES & SON. Thus WP.EW "$mmpM&:mmm 17 Ml AW W.H0Smm wjm tH M&y .isa ttft Kill A1KV.1W (fCM. LI very and Feed; Stable, KENTUCKY. STANFORD, Record 2 29 Sired by Happv Medium, 2 321, siro of Maxie Cobb 2 13 and 82 others," and of dams of 31. HAPPY DAY 7807. dam of Happv dam Day 2 29, bv Nutwood 2 18, siro of 105 in 30 list and of dams of 43. 2nd dam Noonday, dam of Darknight 2 38 and Pastime 2 27, grandam of HapFIRST-CLAS- S : TURNOUTS py Day 2 291 Conqueror 2 2 20 and of Guerita 2 19J and Gam-holie- r shall leave my stable and my prices will be at great grandam 2 25 by St. Elmo 2 30. sire of dams low as the lowest. Don't forget ray Stanford and Rowland "bus line. of 8. See 3d dam Midnight dam of Jay-Ey- e Jellico CoalCo., 2 10 trotting 2 00 pacing, Noontide 2 20 Falls Branch Beaumont 2 39 and Electricity 2 17 by Miners and shippers of the GENUINE 1'ilot, Jr., sire of John Morgan" 2 24 and 7 others and of dams of 30. 4th dam Twilight, by Lexington, sire Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford Jand of tho dam of Nora Templo 2 27. 5th dam Daylight, by Imp. Glencoe, Rowland. Office corner ot Depot street and sire of Iowa, sire of tho" dam of Euvov, 1IOOISS A WATTS. Jay-Eye-Se- e, Having purchased or A. T. Nunnelley his livery business I can be found at hliuld stand ready to wait on the public at any time day or night Nothing but It & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors or The Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Fmi ( K "' m "0. liofAi.-- j )?j 1 jvil oj-G- Our facilities for giving the greatest values lor the least outlay, are unsurpassed. Original Jellico Coal. W Carry a Full Lino of Builders' Supplies. 2 28. $13 to Insure. CLEVELAND, Splendid Hay Clydesdale Stallion stand at will (Record 2:29.) Half biother to Jeannio C.2:22. Sired by Gatnbttta Wilkes, sire of 2:30 Hot. 1st GAMBRUNO 781a. WHITELEY BINDERS & MOWERS -- THE-ONWY-PkA- Ce 31 in dam Delilah (dam of Jeanto C. 2:22, Gamhruno 2:'J9 and Clementine 2.38, awl grandam of Cecllian 2:28, Gillillan 2:30 and Lonzia 2, 2.40, by Administrator 2.29, sire of Uatclilly 2:18 and 12 other aud of the dams of 31. 2 magnificently bred Jacks will make 2:28 dam Mary Elmore, dam of Cleveland Two and grandam of Juaunio C. 2:22, season at the Gambruno 2:29, and Taras2:3S,by sire of Tom Britton 2:20 nnd Sadie :$S Howe 2:20, and tho dams of two. 3d dam by Star Davis, siro of the dam Call and sets them before you breed of Dick Taylor 2 J 1. J. W. GIVEKS, 4th dam by Brown I'ilot, siro of the your mares. McKiniwy, Ivy. dam of Rosalind 2 21. $15 to Insure. j$8 to Insure a Living Colt. IN TO OBTAIN THIS VICINITY TWO JACKS. AND- THE CELEBRATED Mam-brin- o, to Insure a Living Colt. THE O'BRIEN WAGONS. "HAPPY HOME" Brand OF GUARANTEED CLOTHING. .W3L1HricS& ZWTt'W w ma 19 gi i FARRIS & HARDIN. FT!. HUSTONVILLE, KY., Kl' .W3 tlj4-- , . J4i eiiil