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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893042101 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. V'' v - v Semi Weekly Interior vol. xxi. WILUAMSBURO, WHITLEY COUNTY. DANVILLE. Journal NO. 15 STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. APRIL 21. 1893. LIBERTY. There worn heavy froBtH Sunday anil Monday inorulims. A party of nbout 25 wont down llio river nbout n intlo last Sundtiy and hnd thoir pictures taken. Sells & Henfrow'a clrctu jmvo n performance hero Monday, which nttracted n large crowd to town. About "0 of her youii( friends jrnvo k Mrs. Whitehead a call last Saturduy and hnd a very pleasant time. Judge H. H. Tyo went to Harbour-vill- a Monday hIkIiU Mr. C. K Hauj;h, of Ijndon, paid us a visit Sunday. J. N. Sharp is out at his father', near Dishmuti, this week fbhliiK. Mi&s Hirdio Keen, who has been visiting her uncle, Mr. Dan Keen, returned to her homo in Covington Tues ilny morning. Prof. Jones spent Saturday with his wlfo and daughterln Knox-Yilleve-uIii- hero Inst e. Itev. W. J. Johnson U hero nt present, but has resigned as paBtor of tho Haptint church on account of 111 health. Kov. Green Olny Smith preached at the Haptiet church on Sunday morning aud night. Ho left for his homo In Washington City Monday morning. died at his homo four L. A. of town Monday morning, miles north Ho wwj tho eldest Bon gf consumption. of Dr. Leforce, deceased, and was in his 'Jlthyesr. Ho was a member of the Christian church und whilo his denth was not unexpected, It was a terrible blow to his mother and younger sister, who looked upon him as tho hed of tho family. Mr. J. K. Watklns was in Pino Knot lut week on legal business. Walker Mason Is in Barbourvillo this week at tending court. Win. Vaughn, an attorney of Jackson, is visiting his parent in e, this county. Mrs. John 11. Fish, of family at is visiting her father's this place. Mrs. K. S. Moss has return-.(from Cincinnati, where sho has been taking lewions in China julnting. Geo. liowson and family are visiting Mrs. H.'s mother, Mrs. A. J. Curd. Miss Dllla Hill, of near Knoxville, who has been visiting MImTIico Hill, returned home commonWeduebday. C. W. wealth's attorney, is at home from his circuit and sayH ho succeeded In getting 20 sent to the pen. Lout Saturday night Garrard Davis idiot James C. Ffnley at Jellico. They were both from Williamsburg and had hnd pome slluht misunderstanding beinfore. About 10 o'clock Davis went naloon and ilnding to MeCnuley'a asked him nbout some remark ho had made, when Finley denied making it. and Davis gave him tho lie, drew his pistol and commenced shooting. Threo idiots weru fired and ono rtruck Finley, passing through his left vest pocket and landing near the spinal column, from which ho died Sunday evening at o'clock. Finley whh unarmed and his friuinlH think it a brutal murder. Both parties aro well connected and Davis' friends Bay he will currender soon and bo ready for trial. Finley was buried in tho new cemetery Monday morning. U-forc- broth-ersan- d Pino-vill- 1 Fin-le- '. BARBOURVIUE. Clark entertained a few friends very pleasantly Monday even-iMlwi Mllio f. n I fy'ment Circuit Court opened Monday morning with Judge A. H. Clark presiding aud Hon. W. It-- Kamsey representing Judge Clark's tho Commonwealth. was clear, concise and charge to the jury ..nintPil und has been the occasion of many favorable expreasious from the lawyers and others. Too mucu praise cannot bo spoken of our now judical team. Tuesday was show day hero and of course everybody enmo to town. The show was accompanied by tho usual . number of sneak thlovea and plckpock-itaof their Tho largest sum I heard getting in one pilo was $1)3 from an but heretofore Inexperienced countryman. Many Binaller sums havo ln.m rnrvnrtnil. Mr. W. H. Vaughn, of this place, was notified the oilier day y rresiuem VMannv. of tho World's Fair commission, of his appolntmont as police guard at tho Kentucky Department, l understand there hi but ono appointdepart-of this kind for each State mant or building and Mr. Vaughn is to be congratulated that he is tho lucky person out of bo many Btalwart Kentuck-ian- s any one of whom would no doubt accept the appointment with pleua- - There will bo a hop at Linnietta Springs Friday night. Mr. 0. II. KodoB has formally filed his application for the Internal Uaventio Collectorship for this district. MiBB Onio French, who has been very ill with pneumonia, was thought to bo a little better Wednesday evening. The bnsn bull gntno between Ann Arbor, Michigan, ami Centre College on Monday evening was won by tho first named, 17 to J. A committee of tho city council and of citizens met Tuesday and considered how to best entertain the Capital committee eo :w t i bring tho cip-it- al to Danville. Mrs. II H. Perkins and children left for Middlesboro Tuesday. Mr. Perkins has been there a week or more. Mr. C. 15. Hall, of Muucle, Intl., was hero several days on a visit to his friend, Dr. II. M. Marsh, who once lived in Muucle. J. K Kent, arrested and taken to Lexington on charge of forgery and false pretenses, had been in Dunvillo na tho pionded agent for the Louisville Defecated Fruit Co. Ho owes Tribble, of tho Gilcher I louse, for a week's board. "An everybody's meeting" of the Young Men's Christian Association will be held at the 2d Presbyterian church Sunday oveding, 2IJ 1, at 7 r. m. Young men's meeting at tho Christian church same day at .'J r. u. Indies' meeting same day at Haptist church at '.) v. jr. Mrs. 0. M.Scrugham went to Wednesday to attend the funeral of her hrother-i- n law, Mr. Geo. Stoll. Dr. W. H. McCluro, formerlylof Junction City, now of Lexington, was hero Wednesday on his way home from tho meeting of tho Central Kentucky Medical Association at Stanford. Mr. II. T. Noel, of Lancaster, who has been in tho box manufacturing bus iness in Middleaboro, was in town Wednesday. He has sold his establishment to a company for $10,000. This company will increase the capacity of tho factory to threo times its presont extent. Mr. Xoel will be a largo stock holder in the reorganized concern. In tho circuit court tho following have been disposed of since Monday. Commonwealth vs. Win, Mann, p, malicious wounding; samo vs. May bawdy houoe; Hob Mayo, murder; John Fisher, bawdy house; John Ilaney aceault; Thou. Calhoun, 1 and 2, concealed weapons; Jiih. Pope, malicious cutting; Hugh Daughertv, gaming; J. U. Daugherty, and 2, selling whisky all Kate Lee, arson, set for continued. Thursday. C. K. McDowell sworn in as an attorney. Geo. Sandifer, acsault, trial and verdict of not guilty; Fount gaming, 2 cases, trial anil verdict of not guilty; Joo Veal, gaming, 'J cases, trial anil verdict of not guilty, 1 case a judgment for ?20 and costs; Thos. Williams ami Frank MaHonhelmer, gaming, dismissed on motion of commonwealth's attonu'V, Mnmo Harris, bawdy bonne, trial aud verdict of not guilty by instruction of tlie court, Gilcher Hros , selling cigarettes to minors, judgment for $" aud costs in ouo case, two cases dismissed; L. S. Logan, cigurettes to minors, aud costs in one case, two cases dismissed; Archie Harmon, breach of tho peace, judgment for ?20; Hud Mulligan, housebreaking, one year in tho penitentiary; Kugeuu Owens, murder, trial in progress Wednesday. Lox-ingl- on Oscar Dunham starts to Missouri on the 10th. Tho Liberty boys went seining a few days ago and caught a lino string of fish. Ab Hall reports fruit all dead in the bottoms from tho lato frosts, but not hurt on tho ridgiH. Mr. James Clarkson was married on last Sunday to Miss Serena E. Knufmap, both of tho Rolling Fork section. Tho regular term of the Casey county quarterly court was hold hero Monday, but thero whs nothing important before tho court and but few peoplo in town. Thero is every indication of a boom about Liberty. Tho town is full of carpenters at work. H T. Pierce is repairing and building additions to his residence south of the Ab Hall is pecking away nt tho gray granite for tho foundation of his now hotel. Sheriir (transom is putting the finishing htrokes to his new residence. A. It. Clark is also building additions and making improvements about his resi deuce. Who knows but what, like Stanford, Liberty might take a tecoud growth in tier old ago and astonish tho people? Your correspondent can well remember whou Stanford was a3 dull and sleepy a town as Liberty and was then said to be tho only town in the State which had its full growth, but her mossbacka died out, moved away or were superseded by a ditlerent order of people, tho railroad came and now for a number of years sho has been putting on city airs aud has entirely forgotten what she was 40 years ago. court-house. MIDDLE BURG. ces Hnr-ho- 1 Moses Wray attended tho horse show here Saturday. Edgar Miller, tho son of our "Hill," is news hoy now. Your typen made us say that "Prof. Buck" woulj lecture here, instead of Prof. Hucker. A boy of about the usual weight and ordinarily good looking arrived nt the homo of E. S. Fisher on the 13th. Spears In happy, of course, whilo Mrs. Fisher is doing well. We cannot boast of the horso 6how hero Saturday. There was a good crowd in town, but only three horses on exhibition, vir: Powell's Erricsson, George Alford's Sentinel aud J. P. Crow's Sumac, that is being managed by Wig Dye. Caesidy, tho patent medicine man, was on hand with his patent, power liniment. The cornet band was out and played a few pieces of which made up the amusement of tho day. self-actin- inn-hi- e, Tor-hun- u, HUBBLE. wii Willio Walker has gone to Winsbo-rougS. C, to visit his undo Dave. Dr. Herrin was called to see Mrs. Catherine Hlackerby Wednesday. Sho is reported in a dangerous condition. Lightning struck William Hlanks' house, entering it in tho roof, going down through tho wardrobe, Betting it on tiro and burning up all tho clothes in it. They succeeded in saving tho house. His little girl was sitting in tho stairway near the wardrobe and sbo was bo uilcct-oi- l by tho current that alio wan not able to speak for several days and it was thought for several hours that life was extinct. h, ' H. C. Faulkner and A. K. Cook yesterday from Hyden court. coun-- . Mlsa Ktta Kellews, of Roost, Boll Samp-o- n ty, vlBited the family of Joseph for a few dayB tho first of tho week. Hon. John II. Wilson ia reported very IjIb) Bister, Mrs. ill at Washington and Coetollow, left for hla bedside on W F. Tuesday morning. Mr. Wilson will be brought homo aa noon as he is able to to leave travel. He baa been expecting for aome time paat, but for Kentucky by sickness. bRB been prevented UI li will come prepared to etc., on remove superfluous hairs, moles, fJUa next visit. tr. Arri-BJiA- Fred Taral, tho jockey, ia is said to havo got $20,000 for his aix months' work last year, and Mr. James Corbett, it will bo remembered, got quite as much or more for his "work" during a much shorter period. The two industries they represent distance the professions. Tho otlicial figures tho warden furnishes the sinking fund commissioners show that the total coBt of all food, both ia and out of tho hospital, has been $77,-5- 5 a day for 1,011 men in the penitentiary. The creditors of the town of Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, have filed a petition in chancery asking that a receiver be appointed to wind up the town. Fire damaged the stores in the Emery Arcade at Cincinnati to the extent of 00,000. It was in the centre of the block, which ia valued at $10,000,000. The gold stringency is regarded by Secretary Carlisle as a Wall streetscheme to force the government to issue 'bonds. He opposes such issue. Tiik Xew Yohk Staiis. Tho Augusta, Ga., Daily Chronicle of March 7th, says of the company which is to give a concert at Walton's Opera House, May 1st; Tho New York Stars gave tho public a magnificent concert. Tho violin was played almost to perfection. The 'lluto was heard as it ma' seldom bo heard in Augusta; alto the cornet. A celebrated pianist bat at tho piano. An impersonator, whoso falsetto voice wns a marvel, and which stamped him us an artist of high merit, was seen aud heard. Tho violinist, Miss Flora Drescher, a pupil of Jacohson, played with wonderful power and delighted her hearers, who gave her threo encores with every appearance on tho programme. She was quite a revelation. Seldom has such good, rich, resonant violin playing been heard in Augusta. Mr. Dewey Ileywood's lluto had almost a kind of witchery as ho played it. No lover of the lluto should have missed him. Mr. W. Scott Heywood played a mellow, rich cornet with exquisite technique and decidedly pleasing ell'ect. Mr. Mills, the piano nccomi a niat, was ouo of the best. Mr.S. Homer Eaton is one of the cleverest impersonators upon tho platform and his impersonation of the prima donna with a fal setto voice in tho song of "Welcome Pretty Primrose," was a g'em delivered in womanly voice of genuine strength and sweetmss. Tho music played was from amougst such as Lejourne Leon-narKollinBon (cornet), Demersamon, Schubert, Vieuxtemps, Piusuti. Those who wero present enjoyed a valuable en Mt. Vernon and the Circus. Whero a fow people aro gathered to-- , gether It is more thun probable that tho I. J. man will bo there or thereabout.! On Wednesday Sells A Henfrov's Enormous Kiilroad Shows exhibited nt Mt. Vernon and a crowd of course was there ' ATand as a consequence the above referred to I. J. man was thero also. Peoplo who havo tho opportunity of going to circus-- 1 eaas seldom aa tho Kockcastleites do nrol not supposed to havo much business in' their heads when the bind begins to ATpiay ami mo monney una clown get in their funny business, but notwithstanding this, tho itinerant newspaper man got the attention of a portion of o largo crowd, and besides adding a number of new names to his list, wns fortunate With Better House- onough to drop a goodly number of shekels into tho I. J. coffer. There is not a surrounding county that gives the "Old Reliable" bettor or more liberal support than Rockcastle and it is needless to eay that it is duly appreciated. AND The show was first rate and was at tended by nearly every man, woman and child in tho town and county. Most all of the features advertised were presented and If thero was dissatisfaction of any For serving the public. Come to see us. kind I did not hear of it. Tho usual " and man was there, but business was evidently dull for them. Francis Curtis dropped a "twenty" with them and squealed, but when an officer appeared U. B. CAUrOELL. K. u avsiik: the "shell-gam- o man' was "out of sight." Mr. Curtis is a man of about 50 years, but it seems that ho has not had quite enough experience yet. Perfect order was observed during the entire day and it was one that will not soon be forgotOffice and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st ; wareroom, paint ten in Mt. Vernon. and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. Dr. S. O. Davis, a prominent republican, who, after much persuasion, took the I.ntkiuok when I was there G months ago, says that he would not now do &Sign Work, artistic and plain." We guarantee without it for ten times the price. "You A specialty. give it to us republicans pretty tough work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. sometimes," said he, "hut I have always CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky. found that what you say is true. Send tho paper on and may be I will send you a name or two in a fow daya. I want my friends to have it, even if democracy does stick out oven in the advertisements." The hero is being sought for by Mrs. Cleo Hrown, J. L. Brown and Jonas McKeuzie. The latter are both good democrats, while Mrs. Brown Will I find such and such an article? is a question that you often hear asked. To comes from a democratic family and is the widow of a democrat who, during his life, fought hard for the cause. Any of them would fill tho ollice with much credit. Many of them for you we give a partial list of A. Pennington, who has recently taken charge of the Joplin Hotel, is pleasing the traveling public to a letter. A good, clever inuu and a right mau for the place is he. Nobody enjoyed the circus more than DRESS GOODS: Wool Dress Goods in all the new shades and did genial James Maret, who, by tho way, is our splendid correspondent at weaves; China Silks, Challics, French Ginghams, Sattecns, OrganMt. Vernon. He took in the thing from dies, Dotted Swisses. Plain and Figured Pongess, Lotos Cloths, Belbeginning to end and was very melanfast Lawns, and nearly every other kind of Cotton Goods made. choly, it ia said, when ho was informed Wc carry a better line of Trimmings than you usually find, such as that there would bo no night performance. Silks, Velvets, Guimp in Black, Tinsel and Gilt, &c. Several new houses have gone up here HOSIERY for Ladies, Men Children and Boys" in Hcrmsdorf, since I wns in Mt. Vernon last and more are spoken of this spring. If the town Pccrles and Silver Crown, Fast Black. CORSETS P. D., Warner's, Warner's Waist, Ccntiuy, Tricora, should, perchance, get a hump on itself aud bloom out into a future great, that French Strip, Silver and Thompson's Glove-fittinsterling and newspaper man, Our Shoe stock is complete. The expression of every one is that Mr. E. H. Smith, who pilots the Signal, should be given tho credit of most, if our Carpets arc the prettiest line they ever saw. not all, of it. E. O. W. ( ! We are Back -- . OUR - OLD --- - STAND, i li AMG12B STOCK : GREATER FACILITIES "shell-gamo- "threo-card-mont- e" STEPHENS & KNOX. NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, A ATTSTIXT. Fro'r. House Painting and Paper Hanging post-ofli- co WHERE : WHAT WE : KEEP. g. widu-awak- MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. d, tertainment. Dn. Ari'LKMAN is Cosiinu. The above announcement will bo hailed with delight by tho nlllicted, as Dr. Appleman'o visits are always attended with many good results to Buffering humanity. Ho is a famous specialist, made to boar tho honored title by the many miraculous cures tabulated. The successful results that have awarded his new 'method of treating chronic diseases are attracting wide attention and may be laid down as among the wonders of the world. The doctor's ad. appears elsewhere in this issue, and the fact of his judicious advertising combined with his success in reaching the masses by means of his many cures, has built up for him in this section an excellent practice which is rapidly increasing. Remember the date of his next visit Tuesday, April 25, at the Myers House. George Matthews committed suicide in Mercer county. Samuel Doss and Miss Sophronia Yocum, both of the McKinney section, wero married Wednesday. , AtMadhonville, Tenn., Mrs. David Burton is in jail charged with fatally poisoning her husband in order to elope another man. There is a woman in Seattle, Washington, whose first husband was a Revolutionary soldier, whoso second husband was a hero of the war of ISI'2 and whoso charming widowhood ia attractfug the afFections of a man who fought in the Mexican unpleasantness. If this match be made and her third husband be called to tho great majority, ail the lawyers in Washington couldn't figure out her legal status on tho pension roll. James Carter. Jr.. assistant van! master at Rowland, and Miss Ada tho pretty daughter of Mr. Curtis Gover, of Crab Orchard, eloped to Jellico Wednesday morning and were joined heart and band. They took tho train at Rowland and were accompanied by Miss Mamie DeBord and Holdain Stuait, of Crab Orchard. There was no objection on the part of the young lady's lather, hut the young folks preferred the novelty of eloping and did so. They will make their home at Rowland, where we hope happiness will always attend them. Go-ve- r, SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL PAPER & ALABASTDTE New stock, styles and shades. Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, Landreth's Garden Seed at Wo U. H. Bo MoITOBMRT! New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. KING. '? GEORGE B. PREWITT. KING & PREWITT. MOItELAND, KY., We have opened up a nice line of Dry Terms cash orcountry produce. Give us a call. We will save you money terminate the wolves that kill bia sheep tQu5 Cotton'mnles, 2 pr. broke mules and nice saddle horse for sale. by inoculating some he had caught with A Texas sheep raiser is trying to ex- The smallest holes pierced by modern We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get machinery are part of an inch in the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, diameter. They are bored through sapphires, rubies and diamonds by a ma- which enables us to make very low prices. Bases of steel nails $2 per chine invented by one John Wennstrom keg, do. wire nails $2. 30, coal oil 10c per gal. with all other goods in which makes 22,000 revolutions a minute, proportion. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, 5 mange and then turning them loose. PltXWXTT. ...' y x ,2j - tei f j,' s v-- - ' l, V TjT 5emi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal THE TROTTING HORSE. BLACK JIM. ZE&jILSrCxIEilR,. s CECILIAN PARK WILKES, 1 TrotDANVILLE, KY, ting Home Mnrlirt. I will tuml my )cV, Kangr. the prMc nt tciton COMBINED STALLION. PROPS, nt my lic iV inilt-- wt.lof liudunvilie, uii Ibe G. & C. P. CECIL, "What i3 tho matter with tho trotting Stanford, Ky.. - Apbii. 21, 1S93 Black dim is a beautiful dapplo black llraillorilstillc plki-horso market?" hands with magnificent form; 1CJ This pertinent question was put to tho of heavy mane and tail. Is 0 years old and At $8 to Insuro a Living Colt. GAiliniSTTA Hon. Joseph C. Sibley, member of con- one of tho best combined horses south of WALTON, I. ion retained on cult till mon i nsiil. Pennsylvagress from tho Twenty-MxtKecord '2:'22l THE HORN FLY. the. Kentucky river. Hunger ts 15V hamU hijjh with ulill Shore-ha72, ho H)ints llicd nnd laitril by W. black nia district, this evening at tho Sired by old Stonewall Jackson II. Cmpcnlcr, of in -- :!I0 lit at Hiro of thirty-oiiyeatn, Denmark M, ho by Mowmidilletoi, 1'rtiii , and In rrgittrred In lh making him the groatot fciro that ever hv old Complicated Relationship the Cause of It Hosts Aroutiil tho Clin' Horn When IIrredcr' Ao.ialionpt Nathvlllc, Trim, licit Not Hltlnc Klsculiere. "To enter into nil of tho causes that O'aines Denmark, ho by Imp. Hedgefonl. lived at that ige. Suicide. The horn fly, Ilcematobiii perrata. was have led to tho present depression in tho let dam Mollic Brown, bv Stonewall h Hdv ptlormr nnd uie foil K'tttr. (Ktill brother to The King 2:20 1, Mro of One of tho medical Journals Hates introduced iirro this country in 1880 nnd Patchen J. W. POWELL, Jackson Jr; 2d dam Mambrlno 12 in 2:.'UI list, and Count Wilku', kIiu of Harmar, seems to bo rapidly spreading through trotting horso market would take more .s; ;1 dam lv Haiiiiltonlan. Ky HuMoiivllle, S the following as a fact: Willinm Mill Lady 2 10 al onuj ear of age, and timo than I can spare at present," said Black Jim lias taken iwopniiiiiHiiw.nne two other.) a resident of Titusville, Va , committed tho eastern and niiddlo states nnd into Mr. Sibley. "In n general way tho fault and one at Somerset. AMU Nile bv deorge Wilkos 2:22. Sire of suicido a ftw dnyaago from n melancholy Canada, proving very annoying to tho lies mainly at tho door of horsemen nnd at London prc-eseason at my stablo j make tho Ifarrv Wilkes l.':l:ii, and 77 olheis in the conviction that ho was bis own grand- rattlo. Tho figures nro kindly lent by horso breeders, which I will illustrate miles wet of Ciab Orchard, 2:o0liit, and of dams of C.) father. Hero is n fiincnlar letter that fie tho United States entomologist nnd nro its I progress in my diagnosis. Tho pub1st dam .leuell (dam of the King 2:2(i, enlarged, tho parallel lines be- lic must understand that thero nro at tho At $7 to Insure a Living Colt. (Jambetta Wilkea 2:22 J and Hilda Clay left: I married a widow who bad n grown- greatly neath tho fly and by tho sido of tho prejcnLtinio hundreds of men breeding 2:.'1.P)L and full KlMer to Hlnck Mnria. :t by Scond Jewel 4S. up daughter. My father visited our other figures showing tho trno dimenwhen colt horfto.jino for profit and a few for the Monev duewith orbicd Isto30 days old or Sired Kewcrtn Webb Iluoell 744. Daiii mile ii'ciird 7:."1), by (Jill's Verniuut (sire very ofteu, fell in love with my sions. another horse. hniw '1 hit fancy bred tlalhon ll mule ihr iNwn of of Homier Hov pleasure they find in tho occupation. male parted and of damn of 12 in 1I9J at Cook't Spring 4M miU'i cant of Stanford, stepdaughter, and married her. So my S. A. MIDDLETON, Tho fly is dark gray in color, resem2:110 list ) However, out of tho hundreds engaged and my bling tho ordinary houso fly, hut only in tho business only a small iiorcoutnge Crab Orchard Ky. lather became my ron in law At $10 to Insuro a Living Colt. ns large. It obtains its breed intelligently. Too many breeders !Ptv1nii!'htL'r C. CLAY niv mother. bc.iu' she dbout Mnnry diif when colt i Inulnl, marc parted nro ignorant of and indifferent to blood was my father'a wife. Sometime after Fivc.year-olt- l Ilecord 2:18. with or lirril to anulhcr hoMe. lines and tho scienco of blending thein, Second Jrwrl, by Cunuini!iain, Jewel; lie by ward my wife hail a son; he wni mv Hay horse. Foaled 1881. Wathington Denmark. tho result being that tho market is glutand mv uncle, for Sired by Caliban 2111. Siro of Cvelono father's hrothti-in-laJrwcl'a nt dam bv McDonald' Halcorn; d ted nowadays with trotters that cannot dam bv Well'i Crnador 2:2314 and live othc and lro of the dam of my stepmother. ho was the brother Ponied IsOO. Red bay, 1(5 hands high. Cha'rley'adnm, Kowena Webb Kiii,II, It one ol trot, with hones that ought to bo drawwife- -i. e., my stepdaughter Silver King, Gold King, the burnt walking animal on earth, having met of two ami grninUIro of 'M with rccmdii My father's Full brother to of 2.80 or better.) ing plows and lumber wagons. all the crack Silver Queen and the great show mare, nnd detratt-- including itallieni walktra f Oniral had also a son; ho was, of courso, my lot' dam Soiiiriio (dam of Kniiuciiro and ecldinga. She Kentucky r .jrscfc.w. - "Then, again, the 'standard' craze ii grand-chilU ly I'unk'a Demr.xtk. by 0Urira 2: IS J, ('. F. Clay 2:1 S, Strathbridgo 2:iWJ, brother, and in tho meantime my has transgressed all ivaonublo limits. 1st dam Mollie Mount?.. Sumptrr Denmark, Ly Caiim' Denmark Ac id Bv On Time. ami graiidain of llrown Silk 2:2JJ. itur for he whs the bou of my daughter. Individuality has too frequently been Silver King was burned in Hue's stable dam the iumpklna mare. and Stelnway 2:2SJ). by llrmht bar. whili fn-- nk hand and a natural to Silo '.:2.s good saddle because sacrificed to pedigree that had no other when ft years old. sired more My wife was iny grandmother, will warrant him to be a breed. Strathmoro (thu ire of Sunlit Clum 2,l7j, at the addle hrrr. We mother. I was merit than blood to sustain it. With the horses than onv horse in Kentucky to two er of iaJiIIit ehe was my mother's uthens and uf thu ilmnt of : in lOOKX.KINN'i:t)V. and sacrifice of individuality thero havo been nine age. Gold King was bred colts-- no lUmland, Ky. 2:!H). my wife's husband and grandchild at tho iit 2 vnars edd and got two umre K. D Kknni. foaled a large number of scrubby, J. K Cook 2tl dam Alilir-- (dam if Sln 2:21 and same time. And us tho hubband of a Isuter in'this country; see Sam Harri-an- d undersized nnd oftentimes blemStelnway 2.2AJ. W. Wood 2()7, Cricket lidlv Murphy. Silver Queen, shown person's grandmother is his grandfatlu r, ished animals, which in turn havo been l':IU, Leasar ':I0 anil oilier, ami aire r gieat winner. Albe bv Bill itue, was I wan my own grandfather " f Mn Ilie'-Mtthe tint eent to tho auction mart. Nino times U', educated bv Nels Rowland, was hare llt, and she is HORN HA IN r.ITI.VO ATTITUDE. tho graudam of ( F. Clay 2:1s, Ihiiineuco out of ten they havo iioii too slow for to down. Her pre-erefined owner Bov. You never can popular name from its habit of nlighting ThkSauacious 2: IS;, Simthbridge 2:2S and Sloner lty or road driving, too light for You tan around tho horn to rest when not biting, tho trackgeneral 2:2tl.) hv Albiini (file of Vanltv Fair catch a Yankeo boy. purposes and too small fl0forhur. will servo fifteen mares at draft or King Uoysl 2.2S J.) gentleman as being n placo whero tho nuimnl cannot and homely for tho carriage. A CO.M1IINKDSTA1.MON. never corner him. my I'able, near Pink Cottsgo. Mil dam by M'irhnl Nov. $7 the e.. of Stoddard ensily reach to brush it otf, but it does no traveling in the country "Another can? o for tho present depresIt n hmutiiHl dark bav! IW hands hick, alar in son. all rocks and bowldeia damngo to tho horn. It shows tho samo sion in tho trotting horso market is by At $15 to Ioruro a Living Colt. lurehfud and lefi hind loot whilo. Dick Klmre, N. H., whero it is KJinern. DON Jr , was aired by Dk'k Klmore; he by linklimlth 7803. aud itbaudoned farms tho old farm- instinct in belecting its places for biting, bidding at auction sales. Thero nro aucnt hv Alciaitder a Abdallah, aire nf JOK K. FARRIS. usuallyattacking the back, flanks, under tioneers that are honest with sollor and Dtfttrr; (Three year-olMaid; he y Kyudjk'i llamilmmn,lre of Itaeo Iteronl 2 MJ, a boy of houses going to ruin-H- aw Stsnfoid. Ky. 5ido of tho bell and tho nock or head. he by Abdallah, he by Mainanmi, he by Imp. t am sorrv to say tJiey are tinyor, (I'nll bnilhiT birenzn (ill. 2 17, twelve or fourteen hoeing in a cornfield It works its way beneath tho hair and Innrely lintthe Mrien;tr is within my in a minority. It bv .MedtK, id (ialena 2 2sJ and Little Uirine (21 2:lu.) Dick Jr it tlam on tun side of what would bo pasture gorges itself with blood ns soon ns it own observation when I state that dam by tra'tu, he.by In . DHMmnle Sired bv liamhcttit Wilkes. (Siro of M Will make the preaent tetiHili id ivi at ray plac In 2 :ti) Hat. laud ou nnybody due's farm. The corn can enter its dagger hhnped proboscis. know of horses sent to the auction blocks and full brother to Tho King : llHtlHtiville, on the llutlottvillr jJ, 2.201, Mr nf 12 in.' .!0 and t nwlli.tiWvllU Turnpike, was rather poor looking. The traveler These bites nro very irritating, nnd ns by their owners with tho distinct under1m limit ljtdv Yi ier (dam f M lain he reined in his horse and spoko to the boy. they nsunlly appear in great numbers standing that if they did not bring a At $7 to Insure a Living Colt. 2 ?(IL I km Urvtiro (til 2:17!. Ualena said to him, "Your corn looks rather cattlo are niado nearly frantic by them, certain price they were to bo bid in, tallion witljmake the He This fine voting k.n I'iarro2:l If. and Lillie Liriiie and also nro liable to inako themselves while at tho name tJT.o it was given out mil Dick Klmore, Jr , ha, prated hlanelf a "fine of 1SWR at my idneo, small." (2) 2:l(iJ, nnd prnndnin of Margaiot W. breeder sore by rubbing tho bitten parts against in advanco by tho auctioneer tlutt the mmiii t'ily. on the Knrh Lick pike. l Shelby y Xfmey 2.264, t br Carninl Cheif (Mro of lUi.ll 1. do retained oh elt for mimhi m "Well," slid' the boy, "wo planted trees. sale was to bo iK)tiv and without dm If male it patted with or hrwl tu another Dtik 2 2H, and of iUm of S in the To prevent tho biting smear tho cattlo dwarf corn." Would In purctimwrs have learned S12.G0 to?Insuroa LivingOolt. horte. lit IMC If A KM DOWNKY. ' Well, its looks yellow, poor and thin." with fonio cheap oil. bnch as train oil, the) things, iinvo beoouio mwpicious. 2d dam Jewell (gruivdum of T, ltttrr KlhtbMrK. Caty C.. Ky. beautiful red Fnrl fish oil, tallow or axlo grease. If to a Victor Hiiro i we planted yellow corn " "Well, than XiXU ihrtMiKh liiilr Voir her only !ot confidence, nnd ns n rule are May- gtn's all the Krtits and is a regular Jim half gallon of this is added nbout a ftntl). by (iill'w Vermont (lru of JJonner ing away from auction nulea ur tint bid- Tmndv nice one. "Well," said the traveler, "I don't of either carbolic acid or oil ltir 'l.T.L and of ilntnaitf tulvn He'w.t-Mre- d bvliilt Kdice 21, he by mean that. It don't look as if you would of tar, it will keep tho flies away nnd ding if thry do attend them. 'dl dam ItniMH Kale, grsntUuiof Yvlfcr "Last, bnt nut leant, the trotting liorvc sVtnnd Jewel fS. Neoitd Jewel wtw n get more than half a crop." Hoy also reduce the irritation of bitos already industry is snftVritig from dishonest rac: by HUek Jack 14 re of th dam he by old Wash(.'uiiiiinRhain'rt Jewel, of Amy II. and xntiHlaui of Idol "I don': expect to. I planted it on made nnd be healing to the sores if thero ing n5Moiations and unfair and dishon- by ington IXMiiimrk. 2:271) .VnMin f".0. are any Kerosene emulsion also has est judder, in tho stand. When a racing shares. Oilt KdRtt's Uiu was by fctoiwwull been used with good success when dilut1(1 hand high. Alaska has so far yielded $1)3,000 000 ed with nine times its bulk of wator nnd association will permit wwtlthy breeders Jackson. Hug..- - dam w by St. Klnwut, I Hack hunt $ yean old, 5237. and owners of horses to enttrr with IV" Iteooid 2 11). Vt ' in seal pkins. used in spraying tho cattle, but wo preSlil by P. Cly &I3. she by LoEtmVGIU.shtj umc u men Sire of Utile Doubtful 22 20 .There will bo two miles of lunch coun- fer tho other prescription, as it will not instinct do uiuiersitiuuing in their claws no mom, bill's Vermont out of A mm O, not win race horses Chentinit mti. Funletl May 22, ISs!). lit (hun lflU It. by Wm. Walcli til. dam of Icr Paul. ters at the World's Fair buildings at need to bo renewed as soon. entry fee is to be demanded of them, Ktvtlby NiitwtNtcl 2 ISf. (Sire of 10A or ware Money diw when colt rotnu Stl iIniii Kte by Ollte Vurnwiil. Chicago. and tin damn of 13 ) acwhile others are compiled to parted with. Marus grawd or fed at daiii Kutcrpiit' (dnm nf Nullftir! for 3d dam thoroubrud. Women now voto for minor elective cording to the rule, to the last cent, reiiwtuHhh' prir. N' mepoii-ilrl- e 2:11, K.dceri. .11 .'.:;.', nnd full i.ler n buch discrimination is injurious to the accidents should any occur. officers in twenty states and three terribv Onward 2:2;4 (jiiro of lV horse breeding industry nnd disgute C. V. Clay (put 11 In the 5U0 list Uat Cycle 2:2). and JOHN SAND1 tories. of the damn (if It ami . in 2:.10lii. breeders. Not only does it disgust hon Shelbv CMy, Ky. yoar) by Gallium dam Soprtino by At the Koyal Library in Berlin arc the gramUiroof 8." ) est men wnu ureoa Horses, nut tnese Win. Wolehby Hainillonian, 10. 2d dam IMIe Tlmrtio. dam of Circle Si'T numerous ear trumpets the composer things deter gentlemen who would be lliiinetiln n very handwimo and cpetsly (full dialer to Uoinbm 2: UH, ir of Itnnxii ' Beethoven used. willing to invest largo sums of money in TWO COMBINEDIHOESES 1SL WIIIImhii 2.21, Smdnn 2:20 and A Philadelphia grocery advertises the olt and should make a fM record thin 2 a breeding stud, tend to cripplo tho sale Warrant 2 21, and grnmtam of Niithur-- t ISUIt al my of Will make the at mv place fact that milk is sold theie by a sitrn infall. Will make the 2:H and Kdgernm 2121. bv Hero of of sto- k and by implication the breeding way between Danville and scribed, "Wo Keep Cons." ntih from Stanford mi the DniivIIIu ike. ThormUle ilr of Alice Tylt?r'2:'50 and :t general. In addition to this. Mul.le near half busint" in ub.nit erne mile ca- -t fnun Stanfortl, and olhei, and tUmti of 8 ) aro published than Damille and Stanford piKe. more horso jiajK-rFour chickens, two geese and a jug At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. .Id dam Alnililluii (tlaiit of Shaetelfiird is a healthy demand for, the conby u thero were among the presents received 2:Vi', Coinhai 2. till, and graiidniu of sequence lK'ing that the rottonuess which MESSENGER DENMARK; (5 A. I.ACKKY, Grundy couuty Mo., bride. Ctnlier 2 :tO, and 0 other), by ltnliiionl I havo illu- rated is either defended or Stanford, Ky. 2.10, and It otheiw, iro of The kinn of Greece receives the smallS) N about lit hands ignored. C ly a few nro honest and out- ireKi"ler No. 711 Vol. and of damn of 17 ) est pay of any European sovereign, his hiRli, a bright cheMnul, sired by On lime. spoken eno.igh to oi.enly ejtposo aud Id il.im Militia (the dam of Kentucky Btlary amounting to only $100,000. .uinpter Denmark; 2d iIhiii of. Until we the Vilki'i2 2M. MailiMin Wilkes 2:22f, and 'd dam ihoroiiKhhrud. and tho ontirc bv purify racing graudam of Lin Wilku 2 22', ami II n MAOcpT. o rur.v. hor.o koc- - line cuinj: four- An AtciDK.NT. "How did this hap- a i:go. nlliert), by Jacket (firo of the dams turf paraphernalia and return to honest Thi- the caddie, and harne--s t'aits nicely Tho fly deposits its eggs in tho freshly and all mi -i of Kentucky Wilkf. 2.21 1, ami MikHmiii pen?" asked tho surgeon, as he dressed dropped dung, orien and above board methods, un- iirnl will a mate- - at $10 l whero tho maggot is Wilki H ami of gratidam.i of So So fT'l he ne taddlr Ma'lMin Chantey Denmark, the wound in the cheek and applied a hatched out, nnd on which it feeds until til every breeder erects a high standard livinu' colt. will make the teatonofiSflt at the tltbl- - ol the M7", and of Ihd Wilkes 2 10, sire of K2 of breeding and breeds up to it, tho slump eye. a mllr ft m Hubble ttuie soothing poultice to the damaged L nderwotil tr.t. ready to pupate. It usually brings out liM fason ."(). on the Knth llranch turn pike ami will tetve in the 2:30 "Got hit with a stone," replied the several broods in a season, tho last brood in the trotting horse breeding business marraat Gi:OHC;i' remaining in tho pupa form until spring. will continue." patient. dnm 1777. i "Then you think high stud fees cut no Frank ... hv a Denmark hor-.. . .i Hecor.l 2 201 .i, nam t... ....i ..r 'l viii $10 to'Jnsurc Coltfi Months Old. To destroy them throw a shovelful of figure in the depression?" "Who threw it?" ) "","", V, hv Tolar Mar, -- o Htown hore, foaled 1SS7, ulriil by Hel Harry HrlhtV h fanuly Chancey Dennark. t it a bay hore lull 16 "My my wife," was the reluctant an- lime or of wood ashes upon the fresh "I certainly think they do not. I do On I'rtitik is about lo,. hands haudthlKh, fle1in 8e; ureil y Hubble. .... moiit. hire of Nultvotid 2:181. and II droppings every day both in the yard not know of a stallion standing for a co. i. in. ..inn. . swer. . , fH.....v. Menewaii jacktuii Iime.dam byiM olheiH, and of dams of 17 in lli-- j 2:',0 lint. "Hum, its the first time I ever knew a and pasture. This will 6erve also tho high feo today or that stood for one for pre-- ; l havejearllnKtan dam M011.1 WiUcn Idam of (Jeorgo .ullmn purjwso of making more nnd richer fer- the past year which is not worth tho price and ha- - proven hitlievlf a bretsler ol Ills anytlody., ,,Jlf our larm. We be teen any turo. d a woman to hit anything she aimed at,'' ,,,. on tar; Hie tilizer, and thus partially repay its cost. nsked. Nor do I know of one that did iiiiimi aildle artl combined hoi0s, ill ,wl, yMr Denmark itaounu wn0U. a ....... Willi- - 2 20 J ' by (itHiigw Wilkes Cluncey muttered the surgeo'i. of 7S In the 2 ;U) llM, and dams of OS. IS takillL' lULlllilims at H.liroulllirK Another way would be to have all tho not havo his bool:,full. Why, I paid n t on him 2l dam lliiiiiletlie(damofSiarller2.2.S, ".She was throwing at the neighbor's droppings in tho pasture spread with hoe .saddle KcddiiiK riiiRs. and at Danville, too; at Danville, one of and graudam of George Willis 2.20J), by o combined riii was be- - or rako twice a week, which would cause $1,000 feo for a service to Axtell. 1 not hens," replied the sufierer. only paid tho money willingly, but con- i.ia ....1.1!.,., .Iifiwn hv Dock line at Hamlet 2:20 (aire of Leoniino 2 18" and hiud her." Chicago Tribune. it to dry up before they had reached tho sider that I got tho worth of my money. Stanfonl, competing with both U others, and of (he dams of 21). pupa stage, and aa they feed only upon When St. Bel was alive his feo was foOO, taklni? wcond ribbon, and at Lancaster, 'Id dam Minna (dam of Kentucky An UNnKim round Strkam. A dia tho moist dung they would soon kept for a ' He It a coal black lad. ti'i handt bieh with Wilkes 2.21 and graiidain of 7 others, ami and aood bone. and even nt that figure his bookings were piemiiiii.s Frank few i out ahoet, heavy buly 111., fiayB that four erved patch from Augusta, and Cultivator. by family He at a premium. I have no doubt that mare-- . hnre insure hasliving colt but 510. world,ittold llourbon Chiel, thu filitut jack in the thedam and gramlaminof four sires tlint for a lor t.oeo. the 2:'U) lint), by N ill miles northwest of that place, a few dajs Kedmond a Her- - have repreentallves high as aro the service fees of Arion, llourbon Chief Hornet' IVet'i. are wife for women and . ulet. he by Imp wat tired by hit dam by Imp. Hep Jacket (lrc of tho ilani nf Kentucky Holh hor-ellerculet, and ago, William Allen bored a well on his Kremlin, Stamboul, Axtcll, Sid- children to ride, with no vicious habits. Wilkes 2.21 and MadiMiu Wilkes 2.224, Between 2 and years old our colt Ktpiirtero. llourbon Chiel't dam waa by Col farm, going to a depth of 77 feet. At begins to change stalNapoleon 3d, ad dam by Henna ita-- and tif graudam of So So 2:I7 and Hetl Loth are Maudard and ran Ije reg j;"'"- l.eat't Imp Imp his teeth. Tho mid ney and numerous other high class Ca.nlun. Ileuiu itta a aired til dam by 2: 10, sire of 82 in 2 .'!) list that depth suddenly the entire bottom dle pair of front teeth are pushed out by lions, their books will fill rapidly, which by Ibe grral loinpromoe; he by 'I iiiri.inuc; he Wilkes J2. tu lnnre. fell out, carrying all but about fiye feet of the permanent teeth which take their is tho best evidence in tho world that by Imp Warrlor.which wat acknotd;eillheleal linnet jack ever In Kentucky llouibon ChelT la the wall with it. At the bottom of the placo, and tho samo process is taking their fees aro not too high." hlni APPY WAY 7807. !' handt 3 Inches biith without thoet, makingblack "You have some of tho blood of The ihHbiccettjtck in Hie world Hoaacw.l : deep hole thus formed could be seen a place far back in his mouth nmong tho Ilecord 2 20) and for form, weight, ttyle, with me.ily note, Moor in your stud, havo you not?" awift ruehing stream. All efforts to fil molar teeth. From this time until tho .ution anil apprarancehehat unequal. Iletervea Siretl by Happy Medium, 2 :t2J, site of "Yes. aud value it highly for breeding jtnneUal $15 the aeatou or J4 to inture a llvinc Standard; Kesittfrcd. up this hole have proved futile, tho horse is 5 years old theso changes of purposes. It is hot blood, but virile and Maie Cobb 2 Hl and 82 others, and of colt. teeth are taking placo at short intervals, SIRV'D IIY GAMIIKTTA W1I.K1.S a u"A. rujhing'current carrying away everyTom Curtit ift dam Ly J. c Mielpt bi J.ck and dams of 'II. full of that mysterious quantity cnlled Kinj; a Full brother to the and we may consider what steps may bo Ut I havo a daughter of Beauthing thrown into it. h.,.ir,.M iTiiidam of Alice Wilkia hcriUmhy Samirin lit jack, jd dam by lllack Day 2dam hv .Nutwood 2 thiiu of Hnptiy taken if any cause interferes with tho nervo force. 20j, ISf, oire of un a , ,i,ii .!.,iteari of ace ....... Knfielil r... 90 tire 01 Sampton by . at tiful Hells by The Moor that is very fast, w in HO bt and of dams of i:t, "' .vnt.iiirk. Ark You Goino? If so get posted natural process. Occasionally a milk but inclined to nervousness like her dam. Kobin a ?4,4. "i oani, v""--"Kfl lI'IC If f Bi4 tJlllft!.!4 by Old 2nd cIaiii Noonday, dam of Darknight I'llncejr. .irofj . a 17; vl tooth, instead of dropping out ahead and go the best way. The World's proper time, becomes entangled at tho Hy the way, I havo been for some time JoVe,0.0fav?olt ''foaled' 2 .'Wi and FiMlino 2 27J, gramlam of HapOut of Sired by old llourbon Chltf whote pedigree l between April a, Fair opens May 1, and from the South the two neighboring teetli and causes a investigating tho itedigreo of Bellb of mid ' 2 2 2 Wlliea produitM ti.im- cn above. Iliadumwaii lllaek Jeniiei, the was py Day 2 20 J Concpieror . 3. 1 ". ted by a lack by Ja.on Wa Iker't Cattlllun and gieat graudam of (iiierita 2 the route via O. H. great deal of annoyance to tho poor colt. Wabash, dam of The Moor. I havo got l."rijVo"? llAeiTr-.!I0 and (111111 and Southern Ohio, Vn.l t.anirniin 4, i to out of a full Mtler In Henna Itta, w ho v4 unt of holier 2 2 by St. Kline 2 HO. hire of dauiH y 1ack SjnpM,n notllJacl, wl4I1.l.it & D. otters the moat advantages both in This is shown by an unusual amount of far enough in tho mutter to Fatisfy myof M. STANDS AT Ji5 self that she was not of Morgan blood, comfort and points of interest. The C slobbering, tho colt eats very little, nnd $10 to Insure Colt 4 Months01d. "til dam Midnight dxm of as is asserted by some. Sho was nearly II. & D. in connection with tho Monon in bad cases ho spits out lite food after if not quito thoroughbred and sired by 2 10 trotting 2 0ll pacing, .Noontide 2 2U 'I he tervice fee will leduo' tn'all caet where Heatiuioiit 2 .T.14 and partly chewing it. Fleclricitv 2 17 by is the only line running Pullnun vesti Ballinger." are parted with or Roe out of the country inarm Occasionally tho breath has a bad I'ilot. Jr., siro of John Morgan 2 21 and 7 when tuch Uct i aacertaincd by ". a ben n lambilled trains with).dining cars between "How will tho trotter of tho future bo Farm, Marihall, Miih. ed (i i all rnltt until teatoti fi i it paid Ilred at Wacner Stock smell, and thero may be swelling of tho others and of diiius of 'ill. riteii Cincinnati and Chicago. The unequall- tongue or cheeks. Theso symptoms aro armed?" KUh bav aiailion, 16 baudt, loaled in 167, Murta and jenneli kep it ie.ionaM Itli dniiiTwilight, by Lexington, she f A1".n'i"i' ?J; Care taken lo prevent accidcntt, but not retpoim Sited by Kecprder4n.'" "With just enough iron to protect his record j i,' iht beM mm. of George llket, lit bealmuldany occur. ed service of this route has earned for it common to any disease of the teeth or of the dnm of Nora Temple 2 27. that in .tuiallarcl.eif by Ijrcart I'NDERWOOD IIROS Jith dam Daylight, by Imp. (Jlencoe, the tftle of the "World's Fair Uoute." injury to the back part of tho tongue or feet. boMy impression uismnjority racing ho dam i.lt 1'. he li I'anier.' beamy, aon of t "unz compelled, in of cases, Abtlalluh will sire of Iowa, hire of the dam of F.nvov, jd d.nn ll!.t..k Purchase tickets via the C. II. A D. For jaws and should lead to an immediI'apineau. .1 tench Canadian horte; to wear boots to protect hinibelf, al2 2f. If 13 to IiiMire. the vNett i6, record 3 t. rates, and full information call on or ate examination of tho mouth, and if though their weight is a disadvantage to Anne, lj Mur ofall horeh in .1111. x 7 o perfotmera AUamur.i led Ihu. 11 address any O. H. & D. agent or I". O. necessary a visit to tho veterinary sur- cxtremo speed. Mr. Hamlin, tho great of ieV. ptillliic tniwonot in lha Hit 7812. . tint tiualif d McCormick, G. P. & T. Agt., "World's geon. I have seen many young nnd old I Ilecord a Vl" l9ai bv Alcan2.20.1.) Ketordcr, Route," 200 W. 4th, Street, Cincin- horses reduced nlniost to living skele- Buffalo breeder, illustrated to mo not tara; dum bvfire ct thrfein ad dam by Ntrinan Fair Garr.ird Cheif; Half biother to Jenniliu C. 2:22. Stallion will nati, 0., Send 'JO cents in stamps to the tons by diseases of tho teeth that wero long since liow much of an impediment Jr. Standa at Splendid Hay Clyde-dal- e they .ire. Princo Regent was trotting n Sired by (Jambetta Wilkes, biro of 111 in ' htand at JioTO.l.NStRKA LIVE COLT latter address and receive a panoramic cured by proper means, and no doubt 2:!?0 Hit. I'ace in tho mud with boots ou that view, live feet long, of Chicago aud the many such cases perish through tho ignoTHE SADDLE SfALLlON, 1st dam Delilah (dam of Jennie C. 2:22, weighed 1 1 ounces. He was tiring, and World' Fair, showing relative heights rance of their owners as to tho cause of likely to lose tho race. Mr. Hamlin or(fitmbriiuo 2:204 aud Clementine 2.'18", of buildings, Ac their malady. Nor'wcst Farmer. and graudam of Cecilian 2:28, Gillillau dered tho boots off, and Regent went in 2::',0 Hiid Unzhi 2, 2.4.0, hv Administrator An Excursion to Cincinnati. The No kind of stock should bo turned on and won it." 2.20J, siro of Catchlly 2:181 ami 12 others Reentered. HrnlhyW K Owtley, Ilurktville, Queen & Crescent Route will run an ex- the "How much lower is the trotting rec- Ky, Mredby ItcdSulrrtlM. and of the dams of .'II. cursion to the dedication of the new City foodmeadowB in spring. It can get little ord to go?" by Kmg I'eniiiaik, HtdaniT 34, bv Indor 37, Dolt, by Gray l.ex- from last year's withered herbage, 2 dam Mary Klmore, dam of Cleveland Hall and a general demonstration in hon71; ad dam Two magniliccntly liretl Jacks will make "It will probably get to two minutes by Star Denmara 2:28J and gramlam of Jeamiio 0. 2:22, or of that event will take place at Cin- and tho loss from trampling tho ground for tho mile, ami perhaps a littlo lower inyton, Ac dam of Gerrymander are both thu season al hire anil Gambriino 2:20j, and Tarns by cinnati May 13th. Tickets will bo sold while it is soft from being recently thn Lexington Fair, an honor hut few siro of Tom Ilritton 2:20 and Sadie from all stations in Kentucky at one thawed out does, an injury that damages even than that, but it will take time. hortea in Kentucky cun lay claim to He won Howo 2:20, and tho dams of two. the blccext lain fare for tho round trip, good going on the meadow for many years after. It is Tho bicycle sulky has proven a great hrtthonoraattcveralof old form. Stands at the r Ild dam by Star Davih, siro of tho dam them befoie you breed Call and trains arriving at Cincinnati the morning doubtful iolicy pasturing meadows at auxiliary to extreme speed. In my opin- State in hit of Dick Taylor 2 24 J. of May 1.1 and good to rptnrn on trains nny time, but if pastured in the fall the ion, it is from three to six seconds faster $15 TO INSURE A LIVE COLT. J. W. GIVEKS, your marcs. 4th dam by llrown I'ilot, siro of the , W. M. HOD 1, Bt. of May HI and 14. 1). G. Edwards, G. droppings of stock should be scattered than the high wheel sulky.-,C- or. Mclvinncy, Ky. dam of Hosallud 2 21?. . lluttonvllle Ky. f lo tu Insuie. Louis P. A. turly in tho sprinjr. .. . - wSmmm Cnufo if rrmrrM3ejirceIon In ttio , W. P. h o 1 Wa-hingt- nt 1 Charley Sandidge. ;., one-thir- d ROYAL KING. F. 4766. w t, ,y-- t 1 1 -- nns-eliapei- i, O nt Dick Elmore, Jr. -I. . -- I'IZARHO d ( In 1 VICTOR HUGO. 1 iflllr-fro- m fri le-ser- 20 BARNES a 21739. i-.- 2:2-1- r c',u iNtrmjusT iy, ll !)!; Slmth-iuorc-- Egt j .H - s - Wcdgi-woo- re , j thing-opok- eu Me-en- jjen ear-ol- d , Chancy 1 Denmark, l'l in-ii- re , 'f e. -t WILLIS Hal-Ildda- -- i 2.-2- '! al-- WMM SKSMWll& die-Ame- rican ha-be- en -- .- 11 - I S GALTON 12910. If j Jity-I'e-SV- . . i d-- m j -t - ! I j ALCAN WILKES. I CLEVELAND, ciAitimurxo Gerrymander 235. Rrai!-taled- $8 to Insure a Uviny; Coll. TWO JAC3SS. at 2.-a- 111 $8 to Insure a Uviuj; Cult. Mam-brin- o, tlirce-ytn- 1 Globe-Democra- t. r:, i'- - i:ij' i- - j' . rv v. J' UtfVX "" rf Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Bveszo : Wilkes. COk. B. W. 20128. Hay hone, foaled 1890 tired by Jake 15567 record The Lincoln Stock Farm, J. P. CKOW, Proprietor, - DILLARD DENMARK This finely bred saddle rtallion will make the waon of 8$3 at Ccok't Spring', ajj mile halt of Stanlord, nt 3 11 dam I.aily, by Melroia UMW t 5139. 8TANFORD, KV., - - APRIL 21, ltfto Standard. ad dam, Mag, K by Haltora 104, tiro of Roslta, 1SS7; ired a AJf ; Rcntuckian, r.ify and nf the dams of . May stallion i$)f hand high, foated i liy I'eloskry, mro King lotkev i:tt; .Mary 1.011 Kentucky Union, 1 a.i ' llalsora Wilkos. stl7f; and Winitoli, T.inKi Ncllio O'Nfol a:2iW: DnraMartin :io; at Palotiy, 2:22: llnavciitur.i, a,i8 fW.O. WAITON . HUM. MQI1 by Orora Wilkc aire or Marry r.29'i. I wilt .... ..rr, alijM; Guy Wllkea a.is'4; with three, Jake tired hy Metrnger Chief 185, tiro ot 171 I ihren vear o'ds with record under a:ao. l'etosky's anil of the dam ol 5 In tun ryi mm. Melrose Wilkes mod by Red Wllke, tiro of S3 mt dam, Fannin by Iron Ctidmus; ad ilam Cadmtit and of the damn nf 15 in tho a: 10 list hy American KclipseJ id dam by Brown' ttJ&-A-Js- L llalsora sired by Abdallah 1;, who hat full) Are. Rlua Jane, dam of Maud dam d dam, KittioRivers, by Alex Messenger i,otn detcendants in the a" jo Int. A mahogany bay, black mine And Mil, 16 hand Col. II. v will miiku the tan. on nf 1S93 tt our amler'a Ahdallnh, aire nf Goldsmith Maid record high. Fine toddle stallion, Listed May It plate a uiile north-eaofStanlord,on lti Ln'unt a 11; id dam ItrdJarkit, &c. hired by the well known saddle stallion Sir turnIlreeio Wilkes will mako thn season of 180, nt creek and Dlx River Turnpike, er, he by a noted Denmark liftri my phut, tVt Mile from .Stanford on tho Ruih Kint dam by a Second (Jill, id daii) bv Logan' lunnch pike at Living Colt. to (Sill,)!) dam by CJ 111 Vermont Old Screamer in hit day and tlmo wut a fine Oolt. to W R. A- K C GAIVKS. how hut" and hat produced A fin lot of sacMIe horses '1 hi yomu stallion hat a few coming Stflkford, Ky yearling that show tine taddlo If mares I parted with money la due. I. cm on ear olds and Screamer will make colt nut II money It paid. qualities an I are rikkI tin- -. CIIARI.K8 DUNN. III tea ton til tRotat the 1 table nf hownti)n the lilt Utter and Gairant County turnpike, near Dudderar's Mill, T. !.. IIAUr.HMAN. J..S IIAUulIMAN. rlf.r iS. ... McZHSTNETj - a jm KENTUCKY. $12.50 to Insure a Living Oolt. Money due when colt Is foaled mares parted with or bred toanotherhotte. Pasturage turmthed marcs at $a.on per month; will not be responsible for accident thould any occur. Dillnrd Denmark wa. sired by Double Denmark he by Montrose, he by Diamond, be by Gaines' Denmark he bv trie great race hore Denmark Dtnmark, ad dam by lit dam by John Dillard, 3d dam h Grey taile (thorough-lini- l) Double Denmark's dam Ktllie, wat by Washington Denmark, jd dar.i by Shropshire! Tom Hal. Dillard Denmark is a beautiful dark aorrel three white luet, heavy mane and tall, 16 hand, high, he has proven himtelf n breeder of large, handtome movers. Thi.it a finehorteif he hart no pedigree. Hut we do not hesitate to say he It one of, it not tho lest bred saddle horse 111 the country. Runt through premium .addlers and thoroughbreds on both tides. All kinds of plants for sale in teaton. J. K. COOK. Rowland Ky. SO IE E; ir, lt st At $10 Insure a iSeimonl 18fflXMn& cv H ?ra i ' n M w isia B J 4' s tl -- $15 Insure a Living - oS9 Q535niff STJIVEJL r ..And. At $8 to Insure a Living Oolt. I BRYAN 6480. MV MKTROI' iI.ITAN i3;a. Son ol Rytdyk'a llamiltoolan. will at the ld ear-o- jack, unit time and (dice nan I my s THE SILVER KING. Standard, No 71J liar Solium n Dam My DI.OOI) CIIKIK791 Sire of Fan-.l- c Robmnon, a.aojf ins. Melrepuliian by Ryxlyl.'a Marailtonmn dam Hyacinth by Voluntner k aiidam Cltra, 4am f Al$3 far matrat,il$4 for a bene, to inture a liv jRYSIjL-YEDaxttiraud Dictator, by iceiy't Amertcain Blhr. t hell C"lt cih inc. colt money due on Clack stallion; iS hardt high; without white; Metropolian it ncknowlodRCd ny all to be 0D0 of If mare are traded rff or removed I row the neighfoaled i&S3. the beat, nud bv many Ihe very hett, bred stollron that ,,ie' ar ,lo,l1" Siti ol OnTime , firtt darn by t.imlxr Jim; borhood without tatitfvt'K d ever foaled Hit full utter, Relna Victoria, told SIKKD BV KUREKA. Standnnl Utile 0. e Intl. season become dui Lieu rel lined on colls dtm by Ol I Drennun. Thit haiidtoinit n the McKerran Sale lor tj aj, Ihe highttt prito till money It paid. Add.es Son of Cclsman's Eureka. ttalllon will'ntkc tho teaion of i(ai at the S. at a public aale. Two Itertinl 2;'Jlr, inntlo in thiid heat in race at Kvansville, Ind. Ihm trotted miles in (). I)au(hman place, five nulet from Danville on ever paid for a brood-mar- e O. M. SPOONAMORB, tit dnm Mat; by lllood Chief Jr., son of lijood fillies by Metropolitan, ntither of which were eer 2:11); will yo in 2:16 thia&eiiKou. new I.ancatter turnpike, it Will remain in html till June 1st and then go back Chief 79a. the Ituwlarnl, Ky. , hvokist timcle, told at public i.U for $i,j;, aver- 7dd.mby Goodwood, son of Lexington, the in tinnitus. ftfo to. founder ot the great family of race horses a Oolt. to ItlrxMl Chiel, by Mood' Iliac K Hawk; dam Ml' Sired by WitlaiiiKhtuii 2100, (sire of Litltudc 2:19 and 7 or 8 others in the list ) hureka, b) that great thow stallion, Coteman't Duncan by Xott'a HiKhUndtr; grartdatn by Kurek; Jones Crockett by Scott's CrockWo will alto ttand thn four year-ol- d Aralii.' til iltMi liv TifiinliHi. llUio.1 fThinf .trMl 1 iliiiuTinsol by Metoiiger Duroc 100, son of llamiltonian and she of Kl- - ett, sou ofnam by Crockett. Davy Wooli'Y tirn 1 ao. Kannic RobinMin 1 30M. and nine 2:20, the dam of Norlnine, yearling record 2:'M . lllood Cheit Jr.. by lllood Chcif 70a; 1st dam It Hawk aired the (Jarnaef a at UlmMl'a line rhiff BLACK Lizaie Denmark; ad Von Armm a iqV and Almotit. Jr , 1 6, ami cran-daSinter to Jamen Howell, Jr., by llamiltonian 10, sire of Dex Old Gaugh, by Washington (thoroughbred). dam 2 dnm lless Jennie, by Robert llruce of ltello llratfirld a to ami I'rotiene a. 18. ter "J: 17J . 15.1 liandt h ti, by Proctor Knott at Coleman's Eureka, the grandttre of Hureka Ilryari it a beautiful bay, foaled lune ith. 18S1. by Youn;'. Morgan dam by llostou Itc will make theprotent tcatON 1S43 at.Moreland a !1 dmn by Harry Clny 45, sire of the dams of St. JuHpii 2:11, Ilodinc Cheif, wasChctf is a worthy representative ot&c. $0 to Insuro n Ijlvinif Colt. Uureka its, liltek a Raie record t it 5th heat m lea north rf Hualontllle, on the Danville add 2:11)1, and 12 more that have produced 2:IiO trotters; itlso horse that founoed as great a family of saddle Mam kept at reatonible ratet at owcr'a rltk lliittOHtiliu pike, Hsrte, it hatidi horses at any stallion that ever Made a season in Hire of the dam of Electioneer, sire of 50 in the 2:30 list. IIAUG1IMAN MHOS.. Sired by GAMIlin TA WII.KKS. Kentucky, li: Coleman's hureka. Coletnan's by Liberty, con of Lance, by Amoiicmi Eclipse. to a Living Colt. 4 darn ) Kurol.ii was never beaten in saddle and combined at m Danville, Ky. (Sire of )t lit a llatil Uuhe Hire of Xabolh, is one of the vounirest sons of G corse Wilkes rings, and he imparled to his get size, color, style WaWnuhani 2106, 1 dam Mtud, by Carrard Chief (irenl and a lino breeder, lie It a lure foal and finish. Eurena, though a young horse, has Jhaarrti 11) and of ih iltnii of 1 ,tj 611f, itoortl 2:22, sho Hired Harry Wilkos 2:131. Guy Wilkes 2:15, Mike Wilkes 2:15?, won about 50 blue ribbons at Kentucky Fairs. I em retained on colt fur tcamn money, tnaru 1 Don t 1 bred in another borte or traded off make teaton Wilcox 2:10, nnd 02 others in 2:!J0 list; nlso Al iirodticiug sons nnd 19 producing Eureka Cheif has never been shown, was not V.i liy Matnbniw CkM i .6K. 0lcrua moony due. broken to saddle until last year; but judging from by Cor- daughters. daui Hellt.byaonof Hilly UoUe a W S. WIGHAM, style, color acl.on, we for beau, tire of 6 prolutinK damt. IMoTK.Nabotli is a bay home, 10 hands hiuli, foaled June 2S, 1S8S. His pedigree his tire, same success and has attendedpicdict sire Mmeland, Ky him the that his 3 dam by llelia'a Vorklh.l : thoroushkred contains the blood of Hambletonian, George Wilkos, Mambrino Chief, Pilot, Jr., and and grand.ire in show rinjt. HI. dam Ma, by In cHcrinS OamWniln'a tertiert e bllee that illooa Cheif Jr., was a winner In all clauses and by Harry Clay. 04O to insure n living colt. Denmark Chief will uiakn the pretcnt asaion at wehatnlnhunllie MKM INI)I VIDUAI.. ihe a hnr.c that never tired a mean one. This horre lll.SI f.AUf.D, MUSI TKMI'KKKII ami atn is bred right ti tire horses that will command the C.OODA RACEIIOItsKtllt. Ilebatprov-attention of all Intelligent horsemen. He is good hliiitellancaielleat breeder. Tbefirtl toll ol ludividually and can thow for himtelf in any tilt in ti handled Utt teavjn at a eir old. anil season Will make Adam V Inchet high, four Itc Saddle Stallion. Hay horse, 15 bads high, 3 white feet, heavy mane and tail, tine Pence place, one the from S"f 1893 atKy., en trotted quarter early In June III o t.oodt, and year It a nice bay, 15 handt anford, mile 8ai at "Mtplet" the old. He taddlit well, but hat not been about at then turnel out unul fall and handled latl nnd action. Sircil by Woodford Denmark, Hustonville and Stanford pike, at stylo in iraltml. He It hv lluuhinton Chlel, No 11410. old home of Arthur Slmt and Wyandotte, a month and could trol quartcri late in the "l dam by King William. 2 dam by Goddard'sSumpter Denmnrk. 3 dam a thor K tl l'u omit . Ilt urti m far til tertricr to anybody ny MeMcnier Chief.damIlutchinton Chiel't firtt by Sentinel, id by Alexander' Abdala $15 Colt. to . dm to insuie n living colt. oughbred, .C" ...kl l' can ktffd tn him 1 J5 10 Inture, or $15 the ikwii, lah; Jd dam by Red Jarkel Met.etier Chltf. by Abdallah 1'ilot, 111 dam by Mambrinn Met I.ein retaiuedoii coll for service fee. Directed SANDIDGE& HUSTON. X time of tervlce. Stanlord Ky. W will handle reeeral ol hit Ret thit teoton. tender, ad dam by Matnbrmo Chief, jd dam by 13945. wat tirrd by Director 198.1, record a'17; nt dam Fanny Wilket. by George Wllkea 519, record U'e invite you to call and tee (tatuboHilo and hit Imp Napoleon Ki.ig Huston Silas M. Sakdidce. aa, d dam I'ati tlnin of Kate Sprague a:i8, I.il Senl brown stallion, 15? bands high, foaled 1SS5; bred by George W. Carico, Terra prevent accident, but mil Denmark Chief t nt dam wat tired by Sutnpter a (injure Car to Ac ), by Lame, tun of rl)inif thould any occur. Mare ketit at rca Denmark, he by Goddard't Denmark, he by Sprapie a Haute, Ind. Gainet & Cromwell' Denmark, he by the race .(orili; 3d dim IJueeli, by Genrral Gilford; atri t.nable ralet . Kit td dam Karny, by Cli.incclUr, 5th dam by American SIHED HY HED WILKES 1749. liorte Denmark, hu by Imp. Iledtfefonl. We will handle tmttert and taddlera at :- -: hclipe. For lurlher ptrtlculart call on or ad dam wat by On I ime, 3d Jam by Red I. Ion. by Ikdt. Directed la l handt, inchet Inch: he it 1 dam Nellie D V.1 M RL'KASO.V I will alio ttand al tatue place my fine mule Jack urctl magnificently built and tpleudidly proportioned; Danvlll.'. Ky by Cojiperbottoui. 2 dam Lucy 6, deep Ibrouyli the heart, ihort back, lon body, Jeb Stuart, sire of Kitty Patchen a Dark of Hed IJelle 2:11 . Prince Wilkes 2:14, Allie Wilkes 2:15, Ked Wilkes 1749 thort from knee to eruund, short from I oik down, a 30, is a black hors- -, and nest ai fine loin, hip and aiiful, nice mane and tail Crow Phil Thompson 2:10, and S3 others in 2:30, eleven in 2:20; 2S in 1S91) by George ISJ hand, high, sired by Mambrino Patchen, (58) black, iplendid eye, and intelligent countenance ly nubble First dam Puts Prall.dam of Lottie Prall 3 23', Dfackburn, tic it betotid any doubt ahoru trctttr A ton of Wilkes 519; 1 dam Queen Dido by Mambrino Chief 11, etc. Lady Stout a aa. lllack Diamond 2 ia and five the sreat Director a.17, the only horto that ever 15olt, by Alexandcrs's Abdallah 15 (sire of Almont, Belmont, etc) 1 dam by Grey producing sons and three producing- - daughters. liy lived with a record at (rood at a 17 that bat iied Standard. Ilrcti by Clinrli'S Dunn. Mark Tlac. 2d dam Cora, hy Daniel V, ebster. two with record 1 better than la Hut tho power Eagle. .SIKKI) BY ONVA!tICIIIKP4Hn. Marc parted ilh forfeita the Inturance. In color, size, style, finish and especially in his io wijeiexireine apeec it tne nirtn right nt 111 Grady Wilkes is by one of tho greatest living sires, is kind and gentle and lias frerector, having tired Dinct ,p) 104, who ha quently shown 11 2.30 legs and feet he is the counterpart of tho old horse I. D. OARNKR, to insure a living colt. gait. Will make the season at rcrortl '2'2'), fclreof 111 Hv Onwnnl won "o; Marcnet S., J'!H. winninB Jao,-a- i( nnd like his site, ho imparts his superb finish to Crab Orchard, Ky. 111 as, F.vanccline 4 yrt who ha won bts coils. in L"50 Hat, til 1" iinKlncitif,' tut mid $9,fo and Directum l3yrt) 115.4, winning J11.-6Jeb Stuart is a full brother to Mambrino Time, tirodiirliig tlatiKlitiTf- a total of 1fV,4) 15 for the quar$0. makinc that, age conidred, tt the greatest brood mare latiliim Ijtdy !.M'iijr, liv Uulcliin-hoii'- k tette Director and hit pt have won altogether before the Saddle Stallion. By Silver King and out of a Gray Eagle mare. He is a baud-som- e sire yet produced public, 1 his daughters having J'li.T'J 75- flivif I'.M'JO; 'Jtl tlnin KHai .lane, to a 2910 15 Irom already aud the T. A. KI.KI.V. dark gray nnd a tine show horse. Will stand at $10 to insure a living colt. II Hi . Murit "J . ) oldest but eight years old. idnin of Maud MtongiT I.ancatter, Ky. 9 1 al-- o hln- of I'oarl will make the seaton of 1S33 at will stand at S10 to Insure. have that Jeb Stuart FinO by CitMille Unvzu MM, Mill, a miles north of Stanford, on Dix Stable two miles south of Hustinville on Morelnnd and Carpenter's Station pike. Ac; 8d tlnui Kitty Kivt-m- , diini of Hurtle River, iirli::i7, by aMidallali 15, eiro of Almont, JOE IT K. 32033 bandt; foaled nl SIRED KING tec-o!tad-Hi- NAMWTM. imti EUREKA CHIEF Central Park, Danville GAMBONITO 8419. $10 Insure Living JACK, SMITH, 1 m JeieSayre )tn At $10 Insure il, ln '7i. lo" i, Denmark Chi6f. $S to HiiHiirc a iLivinjj Colt 3Dl2lGTED 13945, At $20 Insure. com-nan- 111 T" cl '... olo to Insure Living O-IE&.A.ID'- WILKES, H, rcttnn-nbleralct- ii JEB STUART. n'. ONWARD MESSENGER. ritlNCI?, JR., Out-Cros- s At 58 to insuro. J,57 ni, $5 17 7-n:xJiii.3 season or 1893. l. - Four Jacks Duil-dera- lklinonl, Ac; Itb tlnin bv HhI Jnckut, sire of tlio dam of Kentucky Wilkos L'ail, Mmliitnii Wilkw 'J'JSj mid Rrandani of LEXINGTON DENMARK, In-ure J. K. BAUGJ3MAN, 3 Hustonville, Ky. At $30 to Insure a Living Colt. 0 JktlWilkw. S Ac, S U 171. I'" Wilko '2'S2 lliv ltonu. heavy ntaiif ami tail, with Hze. "ntvlo nnd tlnilt. mid rirtf ntliiK miiiio '- The Combined Stallion nt SI5 a UyinnColt. another horte. For further Information address S. K. DUDDKRAR & IIRO.. Gilberts Creek, Ky. The Magnificently fired Saddle Sullioa, Money due when colt comtt ar mare sold or bred of the beat troltinK fainllk" in trie wliolo country, Should tnnko a threat ntoek Iioim'. Will make a churl cetiMin at our The Standard anil Heiritered Jennet Jack mllen wwt of Stnnforti, nt htaldo at 3515 for Mule nml Jennet Colls-- , nd tnr Jack?, Same Terms. Insure a Maro in Foal $12.50 to -'J BMPEROE, 27. fUEOo IIMCTATOIM STANDARD. SENTINEL 21479 gi Sirocl by Ham-tltnnla- n, Black Stallion; Foaled in ISSi; 15 bands high. 525 At Mimo place it i.ahgi: 7 HIUI.E JACK, Stanfonl, ICy. For Full Dtvcripton anil Intended call on or inldrow. (Nwtr) Shi-lb- Fed-Iirn- At 5 10 to insure J. A. AS.T. HAKKIS. ' S. TEVIS, City. Wedgewood 436. 1 hit fine taddlo itallmn will make the teaton d tlk)3 al my liable one mile wctt of McCmniacki Church on the Knob l.ick, McC'trrmacki,i'hurili GILT EQGE 261. Kegitlircd RECORD 3 Which wat mado with but little handling sentinel at4-.- a wat tired by Almont Seutinel, by Sentinel, he by llainbletonlsn to 1st dan by Shakespeare, ad dam by Long's id dnm a thoroughbred Sentinel 114711 is a beautiful dark bay, 16 handt hign, heavy rtaiie anil tall and pronounced by competent Jiidj.cs to be the handsomest hcrte in Kv. Kentucky III telfiling a ttallion I eudeaored to get ono with a gentle diiKition, combined with site, farm, fine square trotting action, speed and indii tidtial merit a. wellat iitslicree. Asa lire I am satisfied that hit tuccets it assured, as he has tome very promising that am suro will go in the io list this year. Two of them were told at the Lexington tales thli year and brought 1 Dictator 113. Sire of .lav Eve See 2:10, Phallas 2:135. Director 2:17 and 3S others in the 2: 15 to Insure a Living Colt, $15. list, nnd grand siro of Direct 2:0t), Nancy Hunks 2:01, Lockhart 2:14 j, and 33 otlicis" in the 2:30 list. Dictator by llninuletonian (sue oi Electioneer, George V like-- , DexEagle Ilird It a dark brawn, lull 16 hands. He ter, etc.) dam Claiit'(damof Dexter 2:17, Alma 2:28 and Astoria 2:29) by Ameri- hat a hne mane nnd tall, with as much style and can Star 14 (sire of the dams of Guy 2:12, Kobert McGregor 2:17, etc.) action as any horse in Kentucky As a uniform breeder ot high styled, high finished, fine colored 1 dam Ai.ici:. . .by Almont 33 Ac cord 2:39. by Abdallah 15 (sire of Goldsmith Maid colts he is not surpassed by any horse within our 2:14, nnd Belmont, sire of "Nutwood 2:IS) dam by Mambrino knowledge.sired by the He was gieit King Eagle, (winner Chief 11, out of a daughter of Pilot. J r (siro of thedani of of jie than 4opretuiuins.j Fi si dam by Star Eagle, best son of Cabbell's Maud S. 2:08). Almont sired 50 in the 2:30 list. 2 Will make the present season at the stable of his ownor, two miles wett of Stanford, orj the Shelby vllT li'hr, al uic low pucvui EAGLE BIRD dam. good k and I'uiocrtvill turnpike road, Lincoln Co., Ky, By at At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. Dam by Old Stonewall Jaclsfi, 33 tho Sca:on, or S10 to Insure a LItIsj This fancy saddle ttall'.oii will make the season Money due when colt standt up and sticks, Colt Four Months Old. ofiSoiat our stable '$ mile fnm Milledgetllle, mare parted with or bled to another hotse. , 011 the .Stanford anil Mil. Lincoln county, Ky Grass furnished at taper month. Not responsiColli ttanding gool until teaton money it paid, ledgcville pike Owing to thn .canity of money, ble fur accidents should any occur. mare parted with or removed froit Co., lorlcltt we will ttand him GEORGE E.ALFORD, Uitctlptwn and I'ediaree. inturance money. McKlnncy, Ky. 9 He i a dark bay ij)4' hand hiRh. heavy mane At $15 to Insuro a Living Colt. and tall, very irnooth, even turned horte and hat all the fancy addle caltt which he trantmil with threat unllormity. He waittrcd by Second Jewel Money due when the colt rcmct or mare parted 5, he by lewel Denmark (CunniiiEhain) 70, he by old Wathlncton Denmark 64 lit dam l.lllte Denmark tired by old Stonewall DenJackson 7J, he by old Washlnston mark 64, dam Cruttader Ac; Jd dam wat Imp Glencoe tired by Kllte'a Glencoe, he by lired by the lam a thoroughbred. 3d dam wat atreat old Tom Hal and out of a Copperbottom. tad-.lKeahfint; the great demand for a firtt claw ttallioli I have taken great pain to crott Ihit tntneclion and harte and I rcapeclfully Invite thobred to a norm pttronagfof every one wishing to and fathionablc belonging to the inott popular Jin- -I lamiilet of hi clat, aa he cronet back to the acknowledged foundation taddle ttraint. Maret kept any way 011 liberal term, but not rcapontiblc for any acctdontt thould any occur. ie Second Jewel 48. Sentinel ar 174 w ill make the season ol if 9 at my ttableat McKlnncy, puces. ....bv Norman 25l(Birc of Lulu 2;11J, Mnv Queen 2:20, of tho dams of Norvul 2:171, I tinny llobnison 2:20, Norman Medium 2:20, etc.) by Moisu Horse 0; 1st dam Slocum mare, by Magnum Bontiin. Young Twyinan mnre, by Cocurdo Leon (Hevis). Old Twyman maii 3 dam 4 dam (untraced). George Dictator will make tho season of 1833 nt S 15 to iusiuc a living colt. Black stallion, nearly 10 hands high; foaled 18S0; bred by George F. Keeae, Shelby- ville, Ky. LIE a-IA-HST- D 746. 112. Lexington.) sd dam by Hamlet Denmark, (son of Washing-tj- r 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 Black Eagle, sire of lllack Squirrel ttt dam the dam of Mark Diamond and Moate ChristoJ by lllack William. Cure will be taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Parting with mare potl lively forfeits insurance Grass urnishd at . Sa per month Will also stand a good Mule Jack At $5 to insure. B. P. 5 WOODS, Stanford, Ky. : J, M.CARTER, JR., Shelby City Ky with. .Maret grazed or fed at reasonable price. Not responsible for accidents thould any occur. Gilt Edge it a beautiful red sorrel, flaxy mane and tail, 15 handt i inchet high; was foaled Sept. 6, 1&S6, and it a perfect .addle horte. d and took Gilt Edge wat showed at a ) the sweepstake premium at kirksville and in hisown ring at Ilarrodtburg. Those who want to bleed to a good saddle stallion arc cordially invited to look at our hone and ice him move. He was sired by Scond Jewel, he by Cunningham'. Jewel, he by old Washington Denmark Hit firtt dam Minnie by McDonald's Halcnrn Second dam by Weill' Crusader, his itt dam br Stonewall Jackson, he by Washington Denmark, lie hy lllack Denmark, his ut daw by Crusader he by Old Whip, id dam a Rocky Mountain maic. ear-old ERRICSSON JR. JavlJye-St- ) Sirocl 1 by Mambrino Lo Grand 99, (son of Washington Denmnrk.) dnm Black Silk by Yellow Jacket by Drennon. hy Highlander. MADISON SANDIDQEcfc SON, SILVER TIP 169. 3 Mllledgevllle Ky. SECOND COUSIN TO MAUD S.. and Nutwood and half brother to thedani of Moqucttc a:io; champion ttallion record,) and the tire of the dam of Hell vara, a:o3K,aliool the dams of three others with records of 2:19, aio'i' an'l a'19 " made in 1S91 ErriCfson Jr., Is a solid black. 16 hand high and weighs taoo lls., and is a stallion that recommends tl!n.klf.. Itw trvl.af.n ..jw. ,,itv ..I. ma.!.., iiaiugu ........... j ......w.. n Vim iiAiiiuiuu all.-.- . at darn by Hod oc, by old Pilot, the of his day. sire ol Pilot Jr., sire of the dams ot Maud S., aud Nutwood. His colts are unusally kind, good sue, fine style, having produced some of the best the country can ufforJ. They are good roadsters and the best of family horos, and if handled would make good racers. Will make the season at my stable aU miles from Hustonville on the Huitonville and Liberty road, 1 e, 2 dam 3 dam Lo ' beaten WALLACE DENMABK 55. lift handt high. By SUMPTER DENMARK, JR.; he by 's Denmark, he by Gainet & Cromwell's Denin a mark, ho by the race horse Denmark, he by Imp. God-dard- Grand has been a very successful show horse, having never been show ring.' Is perfectly kind and gentle and is a No. 1 breeder. Will stand at O to insure a living colt. I alsj have $ Hedgeford. i dam., 2 Thro Good Jacks, $10 M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford,Ky. dam dam to insuro a living colt. Which I will statu! at the same place nnd time at Will pasture mares at 2, but not responsible for accidents. 3 3 Fannie Wallace. No 36, by Sir Wallace, he ov lodhunteri Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert (thoroughbred.) by Vlrginlut (dam of Vlrginiuj by Tran- by, (thoroughbred! he by Mison't Whip. a Whip Mare. $15 tho Insurance V the Ihn hand tome taddle ttallion will make one union of 1S01 at the ttabla of Iteiiley llrot.,turn .n,u wettof Stanlord on the lluilonrit.e pike, RED IE At $10 to Insure a Mare in Foal. A-G-XjIE, LEZEL 262. years old; 16 hands high. Ry WALLACE DENMARK jj; (see pedigree : zeistq-XjIsihof Wallace Denmark 55.) Mag 37, by Vidette, by Vlndex, he by 1 dam Blood's Black Hawk, he by Old Black Combined bay ttall'o t, i6,hands high; bnh hind ankles white. Hawk. Vidette'. i.t dam by Whip, ad dam Gsllatio, 3d dam Old Tiger. nt dam by Mambrino Chief 11. .A.TsDA.raIaA.11 ad dam by Old Bay Messenger, 3d dam by Davy Crocket, ton of Den ay's Drenron, by Imp. dam the Win Lusk tad He mara by Cannon's Whip. Drennon. the best saddle mare cyer in Girrard Co. r Wallace, he by a dam Julia Wallace, bv by Highlander. s dam Todhunter's Si, .Vai.ace, he by Sir Albert, (thoroughbred.) Messenger (sire ol English Hunter) is by Messenger Chief (tire of .Maud Messengers ifijt' Abdallah in 187a, sire ol Von Amm 3 dam by Virginiui, he by Mason's Whip. Jake a 23, and 7 others better than a 30). 1st dam Susie by Sentinel 2 a )4 and 7 others better than a jj, and lull brother to volunteer) ad dam Klttv Rivers g. d. ol a Whip mare. 4 dam a i6'Jl by Alexander. Abdallah (sire of Goldsmith Maid a 14 and the most prepotent Maud Messenger son of Rysdyk's Hambletonian.) $15 the Insurance. by Red Jacket, (ire of the dam of Kentucky Wllkei 3 Jam 2 ai andof the. g, d.of Ked Wilke.) by Comet TOM a ton of Sherman Morgan, slro of Vermont's lllack Hawk, founder of the Morgan lamily, Son of Wallace Denmark; 1st darn by Miller's the greatest family of roadsters in the world. Denmark, he by the race horte Denmark; hit dam I will stand English Hunter the season of 1893 at my stable 3 miles from Shelbv City, on the Knob. Florli!. ad djui by Montgomery. Oliver, 3d dara foaled or mare by Old Drennon. Tom 11 a hne shaped horse, Lick and Turnersville pike, at $8 toii'surea living colt. Money due when colt black with heavy mane and tail, i$H handt high; parted with. I will alio stand tne excellent young Jack, it a natural saddltr and will warrant him a saddle breeder. $8 tne Insurance. Stock committed to my care and breeding will receive my personal attention. Grast furnished paid before removal of Three vears old. 16 hand . high, with white points, heavy bona good style and extra length. USired by ft reasonable rates, tube for accidents or escape. stock. No responsibility Mammoth, he by Wight . Mam the chaintilon lack. Tom Keent, by Rube Btllingtoo, he by Clark. moth, he hv Marineo ammoth. Tom Keene's dara by Col. Ep.om, he by Epsom'. Montgomery, by Parting; with slock forfeiti Inturance. I have a nice track and stable in connection with Cole'a Montgomery. bvOld Black Sampson. loin Ncene s tecumi aim oy fuogui, oy v,omuruiiii., oy Tippecauoe, by Black Hawk, by Imp Warrior Gov. St. John's darn Dolly Woods, by 'lully' War my butineiM. Mr. Roy Beaaley, a fancy saddle rior, her daman Imported jennet. The above finely bred youeg jack, whose blood line, trace twice to hoi man, is with me and we are prepared to han the great Warrior family and to the noted lilac Hawk, tne greatest 01 tne warrior lamuy, wun an die horses, lolh lor saddle and harness, satisfactoinfuticn of fresh imported blood close up, should prove a great breeder. There will alto be some ol bis rily to our patrons. litt year's get In the neighborhood to show for themselves. Will stand at $10 to inture a living colt J. STEELE CARPENTER, topproved mares and Ji j (oriennets, without distinction a. to sex of progenv STANDARD. Foaled Mayro, 1SS9. W00J bay, black legs, heavy inane and tall, 16 hands high. Sired by the world renowned Red Squirrel, the erealest taddle stallion on earth. The winner of three, prim at St. Louis, Met , fair, as the best taddlo stallion any age. Premium $7$. Second as tho lies! saddle stallion, mare or gelding auy age; premium Jijo Third as tho best model utility ttallion, mare or gelding any age; premium $130. A succen not achieved by any other ttallion on earth before or since, living or dead. Red Squirrel tired bv lllack Siittlrrel, by lllack Ragle Ac. Red Eagle's dam, Rowetia Webb Russell 744, by Funk's Sumpter Deumork, wat never defeated 111 a walking ring by ttallion, mare 01 gelding. '' Red Eagle will be permitted to terse 30 mares, Mares bred and traded or bred elsewhere renders eaon cue. I.ein retained on coll until scsson is paid. Pasture Ji.joper month, all mare, at owner. At $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. Money due when colt it foaled or mare, parted ...:,i. mnvpil out of the county or bred to another horse. I'atturage fiirntthed maret from a dlitanco taacn 10 at Si per montu. Due caro win no no event will accident! and escapet, hut in we be repontlbl lor either. , .. (, reiligree: onvcr up w " " h by On Time, he bv Stonewall lackt vu. dam by Skedaddle, by Oliver, ion of Wag- Firtt...... n4 .lam tiw Red Lion. . Silver King'a dam waa Mo lie Mounce, tired by Cabbell'a Lexington, ton of lllood a 1 lllack Hawk, aylor'i Mea ad dam by Young America, ion of aeogcr. Skedaddle' itt dam by Meiloc, id dam pro-ve- nt ritk. 9 ectjistteb. 2!, 4 K. S. POWELL. Hustonville, Ky Viu-de- x' BY MKSaKNGKR. ON Rowland : TIME, : JR., at my Will make the season of 1S9J .table at 1 At $8 to insuro He a Living: Colt. ROBINSON. lf BEASLBY BROS. hands high, foaled in iSSS. .883. He is a fine saddle horse wltti hue ttylo and bay. 15K hand high, hnc mane action and good mane and tall. h..auiiful red We claim He was sired bv Hubble' On Time, he bv old and tail, which he came to perlectlon.more natural Stonewall Jackson, lie by Washington Denmark, italllon that he hat thli hi. liu eZntlxmm fln....l. U.W.. f III p. II ..I . ny .talllon in the country .l action than " wia...:i vsillL'.l.i UVVJ 4 .tcviMClu.U. by King itt damdam by William, the noted saddle stab liou; ad Whip: id dam by old Telegraph, a great producer or saddle horse.. On Time, Jr., bred from all good families of sad- Oolt. die hor.es Kentucky, will undoubtedly prod uce $15 to pin ,,,,. 01,,Tti,. he yeini, guou aauuie norsei. ;ot7 wMeh Will also &TU d, jack at tame placo and The cheape.t fee of any ttallion in the Sttte, tame price. stand a young combined hor-- ei mend, him aa a .ire of high clat. him a. a fine breeding; con.idertd. A lien will be held on all colli till season it paid. We can readily recommend Tor further Information, call on or address MthU will be hi. third .eaion and his Personal attention to ticck at oaner'a risk. col" will compare favorably with the get of auy W. II. DUDDEUAIt, 12. D. KENNEDY, in the country. horte Rowland Ky. Husto&villc, Ky. W. H. HAYS ...UK I. a dark buy, 16 ;V.ini . f..-- Dc.. -- V ..", At Insure a Living ..nely r.co. B. P. POWULL. S Hnstonvill, Ky. " .' f.t.r.i. . ev- - . , , - r T""1 Jf .BPIP.1 itstVjp' w" l' United Samuel Pasco wns In tho caso of Mulcahy, tho "Do You Wear Pants" man, arrested at Lexington States Senator by tho Florida Legislfor soiling hia goods without license and ature Thero was an unusually heavy fall o for failure to pay sent to the Stanford, Ky., - April 21, 1893 his fine, Judge Barr, of the U. S. court, of snow in Minnesota aud North Dakohas decided that his arrest is in violation ta Wednesday, some places reporting n Commerce law, and or- foot to 20 inches of snow. of tho Inter-Stat- e "W. I?. WALTON. Two notable events will occur in dered his discharge. Mnlcnhy i3 the samo man who was arrested at Danville Louisville May 10, tho meeting of tho for the samo alleged offense and who was National League of Republican Clubs given $100 by the authorities for tho in- and the running of tho Kentucky Der convenience they had put him to. Ho by. The town of Boles, in weetcrn Arwill now sue tho city of Lexington or damages and tho very litigious gentle- kansas, was entirely destroyed by a cyIt seems to be tho policy of tho will securo further advertising. clone. Seven pereoua are reported to to al low incumbents of offi- men is safe to say that tho next time ho havo been killed and a number badly in ces to serve out their full term of four It goes to a town aud asks "do you wear jured. years, unless charges can be maintained to to we Mr. Edison will exhibit at Chicago pants V" ho will bo answered in the afagainst them, or their democratic is to the eye firmative and tendered tho freedom of his kinetograph, which were fired before the expirn-o- f what the phonograph is to the ear, and the city. obtheir terms. This is eepeeially stores nway pictures as tho phonograph department and Jim lticiiAHDsoN, of the Glasgow served in tho stores away sounds. none of tho Kentucky Times, says the last timo he saw Laurie wo are told that D. Reithman, one of tho wealthiest collectors' will bo disturbed before their Dlakely, of tho Newport Journal, ho was men of Denver, Col., camo in contact To we ivell time is out. Their commissions, with on his way to tho penitentiary. Alas I with an electric wiro while shoveling LexinR-ton- , alas! hew have the mighty fallen! But the exception of McDowell's, at snow from the roof of one of his build expire June 13, and his oxteuds to we do not wonder at it. Nothing better ings and was instantly killed. Nov. 20. This being tho case, there is could be expected of a man who persisteditor postmaster of Central City nothing left but for tho boys to grin and ently, with malice aforethought, evil is The duly installed in his now office now endure it, remembering what James prepense and without tho fear of God and denominates himself as "Stamp Sellbe Cost Biys in his Kpistle, Let patience have before his eyes, villilies, scandalizes and er Extraordinary and Licker Plenipoher perfect work," so that it may have attempts to brjng into general disrepute tentiary of this Government to Central we come You free course and be glorified. There ia another, as he has us, and the wonder of tho ia that he has not sooner gotten to tho City." no use to attempt to crowd c. John Schardt, tho defaulting cashier Kjuiwns vnnis,yara-wui- u mourners. When Grover Cleveland sets end of his rope. The length of his term of tho Mechanics' Savings Bank and 6 c. is not stated, but nil good people will his head it is "sot." Company, of Nashville, did the Trust 75c. unite with us in tho prayer that it may proper thing by dying and tho JS0.000 Hon. Alfred Guthrie, an bo for years and it may be forever. double-b- r cast-blac- k 12.50; zOc; wool v, insurance on his lifo will bj collected by of the Indiana legislature and a very SS. Wo wealthy man, did not taKe the late Mr. It will be small wonder that Col. tho bank. below cost, If stray babies continue to be found to Samuel Weller's advice to beware of the Johnson hied himself away from the Na ou,ro viddere, and of a consequence ho is in a tional Capital as quickly as possible after on Lexington doorsteps, says the Couri i uav it uivuc. bushel of trouble. He laid siege to tho you read this which he publishes in the er Journal, the capitalists of the to close wo wo by, heart of the buxom Mrs. Kate llender-sa- n Frankfort Capital: "Washington City grass city will have to stop building we and in bad English, worso Bpelled, is a queer town and its laws most Puri- ered tracks and grand stands and erect n he sent her billet doux which ho now tanical in many respects. If a gentle- foundling asylum. Every business house in Cassville, wishes he hadn't. The fires of Mr. Guth- man from Kentucky, for instance, were and to be bitten by a Bnake on the stroke of Mo., including two hauks and two local rie's love seem to have smouldered when tho time came he was unwilling to 12 at night, he could not, for love or newspapers, waB destroyed by fire. Lous keep his promise to marry her. Sho has' money, get a drop of tho only Buro spe $200,000; total iuauranco not over There is great suffering among tho accordingly brought suit for SoO.OOO cific for hfa wounds. If bitten on SunHe sold to M. F. Elkln a damages and the gay and festive million- day he would die before relief came." citizens. Cassvillo is the county seat of at (Motile. bunch of butcher cattle at 3 and hoiuo aire may be made to give up some his As the snakes arc very dangerous in the Barry county. steers to Hon. J. S. Orthley Tho Island of Zaute, in tho Ionian wealth to soothe tho broken heart of the Potomac swamps, Kentuukians are warn guileless widow, whom he so heartlessly ed to take along tho antidote to be han-d- y group, was visited by an earinquaK e at 3c. J. P. Crow tells us that N. I. Buster, Monday that was terrible in its resulte. abandoned. in cases of emergency. booked the dam of of DanTwenty dead bodies have been found of Boyle, has BeCol. E. Polk Johnson said be When The patriots who are anxious to servo and many more are buried in thedebnp. dy Jim, 2:17, to hiH great breeder, Mr. Buster did this on tho fore Jim McKenzie'e appointment that their country in fat government ofiices His entire interest in the The shock was very destructive all over lmont Chief. Davis, ono of tho he had a "cinchona Peruvian mission," should not becomo impatient with the thousands of natives wore suggestion of Crit the island and it was and is still regarded aa the best motions of their Uncle Grover. The rendpred homeless. greatest horsemen of milattempted to records show that he sent more appointpun of the season We Senator Stanford, tho California Albert Carter, tho eighth man imon tho colonel's on exhibition have work it in our last issue ments to the extra session of the Senate plicated in (he tragedy, lionaire, proposes to lo chances for the appointment for which by 23 than any previous president and nt tll(. World's Fair 50 colU from has been arrested. He made a confess he went to Washington, but an intelli- there is evidence accumulating that ho will tie in cnargo oi iramem They which ho expressed the opinion Alto. gent composilor. who is an Englishman intends to keep up the record so gratify ion, in give the public an insight Mrs. JDelaney was murdered by who will that and can never see the point, set it up ingly begun. Do not despair, gentletho primary evolution of a trotting somo one Inside tho vehicle in which into Aud- the" place, thereby wreck- men. If Mr. Cleveland does not get alio was cinchona seated, which of course was her horse. ing the beautiful pun. It may bo retri- there with both feet and in good order, -- During ISM and ISM Baron de newly made husband. butive justice, but we did not take it that vo will acknowledge our error and make Hirach won upon tho turf in public e Tho annual report of tho civil Of this amount way, and immediately proceeded to re- due apology for the dishonor of having commission ahowa that there are Btakes about $210,000. duce the number of intelligent compos- first suggested him for n second term. distributed among several now 12,!)2S employes of tho government $1'JS,125 was itors, who are the veritable thorn in the hospitals, while tho rein the classified service. Tho commis- large London Due notice of funer Edwin Booth, who was stricken with flesh of ali editors. away to minor instiurge that tho service be extend- mainder was given paralysis Wednesday night, will doubt- sioners will be given. al ed to cover the internal revenue service, tutions. less he dead before these lines are printReports from 300 points in me Mate post and The German editoi of tho Samariter at ed. He has delighted millions with his the custom-house- s to tho weather bureau show that the Lexington is hiding out to escape the Hamlet and leaves no ono even in a masters. apparently Buffered no The State Capitol of Texas is the fruit crop has vengeance of tho outraged populace. measure capable of filling that great damage by the froat, except in tho largest Stato building in tho United His Bheet is printed in German and is role, which he marie his masterpiece. region, where certain hiihih States and the soventh in flize among few outside of consequently read by but of fruit, Pitch ns peacheB, pears and The Kentucky Senate killed the ctg ar tho buildings of the world. It is avast that nationality. Tho Leader went to strawberries, were materially injured. tho trouble to translate a few of tho ar- ette bill and now the people ought to Greek cross of red Texas grauitr, with a P. And ask a continuance of the patronage extended the firm of Higgins Ab heretofore announced, Mr. central rotunda covered by a dome 311 ticles and when it printed them a sensa- kill the Kentucky Senate. Woodfl will put his magnificent saddle & VanArsdale, and will make it to the interest of others to trade with feet high. It was begun in 1381 and fintion, was produced. One of them bitterBird, in training after me. The books and accounts have been transferred to mc and I will Legislative. ished in 1SSS, having cost about 53,500,- - Btallion, Eagle women and cli ly traduced American continue the latter with all who desire. July 1. Ho will be put in Nelcon Gov. Brown vetoed the LouiHville OO. It was paid for with 3,000,000 acres maxed it by saying "a married woman hands and will make a hard fight fcaClothing, Hoots and Shoes will be sold regardless oncost to close was no better than a concubine." Tho city charter, on the ground that it is in of public land, deeded to the capitalists for the $300 premium offered by the out stock. who executed the work. scoundrel's measure has been taken for conflict with the constitution. Danville Fair Association. Mr. Woods Our thanks are due and hereby exa spring suit of tar and feathers, to FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. has a grand horse individually and IiIb which he will be treated when caught, tended to RfperBeutatiyc D. B. Edmis-to- n breeding is all that could be wished. for a copy of the new corporation if indeed more summary measures are J. W. Allen sold to W. M. Lackey 10 D. B. Hampton sold his fine jack, law, which has just cone intoefl'ect. not resorted to. cattle, weighing 793 each, at 3lc. Compound, to a Richmond, Mo., man Mack Eubanks sold to Shell Harbit corfor $1,700, to be delivered alter the The Louisville Times' Frankfort NEWSY NOTES. son, of Lexington, a harness gelding for season. W. B. Kidd bought 225 respondent says that "Laurie J. Blake-ly- , Miss Lucy Larcom, a poetess of con- $22o. hogs, 20S pounds average, at 5.00 and the Kenton county scintillator, is Wool- - I want to buy 100,000 lbs, siderable note, died at Boston. Cincinnati at 7 20. W. O. here on business, made to appear imporor more of wool. Will pay highest mark- fold them in A tree fell on Cosaius French, who et price. A. T. Nunuelley. Brock has bought the lambs from about Of ICvcry Description, tant by his mysterious manner." The 1 10 at lived near Richmond, and killed him. Capital informs ub, however, that the The aluminum sulky, weighing IS 3,000 owes; half are to go June to object of hia mission was to secure an W. T. Wood, of MitchellBburg, is the to 2.ri pounds, is said to bo coming along 0 to (Ijc; a large part of the remainder will go the first half of July at 5 to 5c; introduction to his member of the Legis latest applicant for collector in this dis- with the trotter. lature, who has been in IrankJort bo trict. those to go in August 5c; lambs that go D. McColluni cold 10 Shelby G. long ho had forgotten his face. This of Lexington, a hay maro for J200 in July and August are to be trimmed; The Times says it has peon 32 years real since Louisville had a democratic post- and to L. G. Edelin one for f 150. 05 pounds is the standard weight. may be true, but we opine that the was to re- master. Democrat. Jerseys for reason for the old man's visit Cows Two D. M. Kerry's Garden Seed in bulk and package. All new seed. fresh Iub taste as to tho difference The great actor, Edwin Booth, waH sale; one fresh with fine heifer calf, the Frankfort beer and that obtained stricken with paralysis aud hi daath is other eoon to calve. A. G. Huffman. j "over the Rhine." hourly expected. The city stables at Atlanta were deLaurens county, S. C, boasts a man stroyed by fife and 110 mules perished Mrs. John Voss, who recently moved whose age is said to be Kit) and that the in the llames. Loss foO.000; insurance to Covington from Memphis, knows how claim can be substantiated. $10,000 to protect her honor and doeH not hesiDr. W. S. Cardwell, of Ix)uisville, The best of authority on fruit mattate to reeortito heroic means. Census HUY THE CELEHRATIiD committed suicide in Lebanon. He had ters, Mr. H. F. Hillinmcyer, the LexingTaken Hackathorn made improper ad been going the pace that kills for some ton nureeryman, says the host did but vances while at her house, when sho little damage in his Rection. time. seized a pistol and shot nearly all the Twenty-twIn Cincinnati cattlesell readily at 4 05 murders were committop of his head off. The booby claims ; e to 5 for best butchers; 4 to Go for ted in Elbert county, Ga., without a that he was shot because he refused to e declining, with tops at 71; Kenhogs a. conviction. That's worse than A.. loan the woman $3, but no one believes sheep are steady at 3 to Of, spring lambs tucky. his story and the general hope is that During tho past week there were 7 S to lie. his lecherous lifo will yield to the effects destliB from McCluro & Ilolman, of the East End, typhus in Ne'w York and of the pistol ball bo unerringly aimed at pneumonia claimed nearly 300 victims bought of Isaac Hcrrin S his head. and the grip 31. cattle at $20; of Win, Baker a lot at $25 of the 100 ballet girls in who killed and of various parties a bunch of heifers The Owenaboro woman, The strike ...OF Olive Points, three for Si, Black Crook for an increase of $2 a week tho man who seduced her under prom- at about $15. Cattle on tho Georgetown market in wages was Bhort, sharp and decissive. ise of marriage, which he failed to keep, Monday brought 4 to 4J. Twenty-threThe curtain wasjreadj to rise on a per- was acquitted. Dulmonico's famous Now York res- cents was tho best price offered for wool. formance at McVicker's, Chicago, and go on or take taurant opened in lSGo and was closed A number of sales wore made at these the whole lot refused to Will give a grand entertainment off tho scanty costumes that only par- last week, the property having been sold figures. Times. at Bring me your tially enveloped them, till tho advance for other purposes. Wool Wantkd. Owensboro ministers are making wool and get the highest market price. was forthcoming. Tho manager had no war upon Sabbath breakers, and have I want it and will buy it if you will give other alternative, and it came. HOUSE decided not to insert church notices in me an opportunity. Win. Moreland, WALTON'S OPERA Association will Sunday newspapers. The National Editors Stanford, Ky. meet at Chicago May 10. Kentucky is A man named Hener Battlefield, of George Tarkiugton sold to Comstock ..MONDAY... entitled to three delegates and President Rocky Rnn, Ky., was swindled out of !k Goode, of Albany, Mo., two aged jenHarry $500 by green goods meen and has be- nets and a yearling for $900. G. A. O. M. Meacham has appointed McCarty, of the Jessamine Journal; Sam come violently insaue. Ii Receiving Hit Swinebroad Bold to A. T. Nunnelley 300 W. Compton, Madisonville Hustler; Geo. The New York Times Iibb changed fleeces of burrylwool at 15c per lb. Ad : L. Willis, Louisville Times. If either : hands, and henceforth will be published vocate of these gentlemen is unable to attend, Wm. Moreland shipped to Cincinna- he is authorized to designate hia own al- as a democratic paper. It will have a Admission $i. Goods Warranted and, Jal erfect Fit Guaranteed.1 Give me of hogs bought powerful rival in the World. ternate. ti Wednesday u call. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal work-hous- SELLING OUT BUT WE ABE HOI G0INO 10 MOVE. a change of business, have concluded EIGHT : PAGES. WE :MEAN '. WHAT WE : SAY ! sell the Entire Stock of Owing rs post-oflic- o wind up the business, offer a fine, assorted stock of CLOTHING, SHOES AND DRY GOODS. j.-z- These goods must sold within 80 days. Jf you arc in will save yon big money. in now; can takcyour Calicoes, including Indigo Blues, Greys, Beds and Blacks and choice all jjeso uress uinunams only ail fancy snoes zuc a pair, naaies- ouocs uuc, $1 ana $l.lio. Uur jjauy Clothing stock is full of choice things. Jeans Pants Children's Suit Men's knits Knee rants Suits $5 ; all Cheviot Suits $5. $&TFinc Suits sold at S15 now ed want cost only and some goods must go if necessary, make this earancc oaie. a cnanne in tie oiisinnxs nuouvuiu w stock out. Everything the sell yon :''compels us will stand have heretofore. Don't forget this big 'sale. as prices. At goods, need of l-8- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. W. H. Higgins. JS0,-00- 0. 1,000-poun- I Have Purchased of to-da- y. Oliver-Delane- y 1 GROCERY Fer-vic- HARDWARE BUT S, HOES Hit-class Blue-gras- s mm ,K, Row-land- 's preB-on- GARDEN TOOLS, two-minut- e Hnr-hieo- New York Seed Potatoes, McKINNEY BROS. Win-cheat- er high-grad- e be-twe- Dewey Heywood's New York Stars. o nin-gl- 1 feed-erp- VULCAN Chilled Plow. two-year-ol- d SuperbOrganization Every One Warranted. W. H. WEAREN & CO. e i&jiz: 1ST. SPRING I AND SUMMER GOODS. car-loa- d v fiid2'-'j.-.ii- !v. '--'- T Semi-Week- ly Tho Mooting of iho O.K. M. A. Dkiiatk. The house full of people who Lincoln County n Fair aro requested to meet at tho Court- - attended thn open pesalon.of tho Tho Central Kentucky Medical Houeo at :J i m., Saturday, April 22. Society at the Seminary Monday elation as'embled in Walton's Ce,-- ; ovenlng were, as Chairman P. M. House on Wednesday last and at 10:30 Awjil 21, 1893 Mit. If. 0. Fa muslins had a long wind Stanfoiid, Ky., exprre.vd it, amused, entertain- a. m. waa formerly opened by Dr. CarJ. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. ingBtairway built from tho engine houso ed nud instructed, especially amusod. penter, who, as tho retiring president, to bin residence on tho top of the hill. 24t.l1, 1893. Aftor n creditable declamation of Bry delivered a valedictory address entitled .OiWAbTOM, . ant's Thanatopsis by Prof. Charles H. "Professional Renovations." Tho presiden- Full corpiof Juikik Yaknon tells us tliat there aro nri'l Normal School teacheri. Superior courses in Literature, Mutlc and Dr. Harrod. of Harrodsburg, An Excellent boirdlng department. Catalogues and circular! furntiheii on application. only Kl ncrcotm in tho tho Holmes and nn essay on Patriotism by t-elect, PERSONAL POINTS. smallest number known for many years. Mr. W. S. Burch, tho debate on Woman being absent tho chair was occupied by Suffrage commenced. Prof. P. W.John- tho vice president, Dr. Harry Cowan, of Oun clover London Hcrihe, Mr. Jolin MEN'S AND BOY'S W. II. Mii.lku lnu sold to Hright For-re- son led oh" in n speech full of humor and Danville, during tho session. After tho Pearl, was hero Wednesday two acres with 102 feet front on Mil- sarcasm for tho enfranchisement sido. Ho call to order and reading tho minutes, Huiiiilk, of Danville, is tho Mirs Allik ler avenue, in tho Miller addition, for fjf emed to havo swallowed Webster's In- tho subject for discussion was opened guest of Mrs. Wnllaco K. Varnon. Dick Gkntiiv la back from Thomas-vllle- , 1,000. Mr. Ferrell will build ncomfort- - ternational Unabridged Dictionary and with a paper by Dr. T. O. Meredith, of able dwelling some timu this year. Ga., much improved in health. that it had not agreed witli him, for tho Burgiu, on Typhoid Fever. This, elicit(lowed from his mouth in such ed an interesting discussion. Tho gist Miia. K. G. Wali.bii and Mica Montio A dispatch from Lancaster says that big words Harris wont up to Shawnee, Tenn., yes T. J. Kagmlale, tho soamless dress pat copious quantities, now in seriato sec of tho subject was this: Tho great obterday. tern cutter, skipped by tho dim light of tions and then in alliterative armies, jects in tho treatment of fever itself are Mits. Muni'iiY hns roiio to Lexington the now moon and left his tiotcl bill un- showing they could not havu found an to limit and reduce excessive heat by to bcu her grand daughter, Mw, Hicliard paid. Ho was hero a week, but paid up abiding place. Ho gruwquitoeloquentin direct and indirect means; to limit and Downing Norwood. his tribute to women nnd at tho closo of repair destruction and degeneration of in full. his elTort was rewarded with heaity ap- tissues and organs by alimentation; to MishSalmk Uuddciiau Iihh returned HI Prof. provido matters for consumption in tho is called to tho advertisefrom a visit to Louisville. Mr. Phi! So plause from tho gentler box. Attkntion JLJST IN ment of Orab Orchard Springs and its Holmes followed for tho negative andlit-erall- y nbnormal production of heat, and thuB den accompanied her. Mn. L. L. Dawson is a applicant for opening May 113. Tho low ratoof board raved and toro his hair as ho con- to placo tho system in tho most favoramul ganger uml n better and tho many attraction will doiihtlepa templated tho horrible suggestion that ble condition for recuperation after the draw a crowd that will test the capacity women should participate in tho selec- disease shall havo run its course. democrat could not bo rewarded. H. HmnriKH, pastor of tho of tho place. IUv. T. Report of thu Section in Gynecology tion of thosu who aru to administer tho Christian church nt New Albany, Ind., government. Ho read from history, and Obstetrics was made by Dr. Harry Tins man is on his way to profane, to show its preposter-ousneslias been on n visit to Itov. W. K. HI I. Cowan, of Danville. After its reading Mcltobertfl' Drug Stnro to lis. held up tho awful example of a most instructive as well as tine eBsay L women havo unre on Tiio Antiseptic Prophylaxis of Asiatic Mn. K. V. Smith wont to Klinheth-towbu- n reserved seat to the Wyoming, where tho Wednesday to make some estistricted suffrage, aud quoted various and Cholera was read by Dr. Georgo Cowan, r 'ew York Stars, May 1. Do sundry writers In support of his propo- of Danville, Cholera, unlike yellow femates for tho city on tho cost of water Cast your eye down this column. These will open the most obstithou likewise. sition, finally sitting down after having ver, is a great respecter of porsoiiB. nate pocket books. It brings buyers from Garrard, Rockcastle, Lauworks. Mn. anii Mns. V. 1 Kamsky liavo Fiioht. Tho weather bus been chilly worn himself to a frazzle and completely "Yellow Jack" claims aliko tho aristo- rel and even from that little isolated town of Danville. moved to Islington and their friends and windy for several days and yester annihilated (?) his apponent. Thonoxt crat nnd tho peasant for its victims, but One lot Wool Dress Goods in Serges, Henriettas, French Poplins, hope that their llneo will fall in pleasant day was exceedingly blustering. Tho speaker was Mr. Clarence E. Tato and cholera seeks by natural choico denizens Bcngalines, &c, at 35c, never offered before for less than 50 and 60c. places. worst of it is tho signal service docs not ho championed tho aflirmativo sido. of unsanitary situations; in other words, One lot of Dress Patterns, 7 and 8 yd. lengths at S5.50 and $6; one On account of poor health Joo O.Jones promise any hotter. Tho dbtmtrh re Ho dealt moro in arguments than in it flourishes in filth. Those with clean lot of Chevrons, former price 15c, now Sattecns and Satin has given up his law study at the Uni- ceived last evening roads: "Fair Friday, sophistry and presented thorn In such environments and simple precautions Glorias at the most popular prices. Surah Silks, China Silks and Bcn versity of Virginia and roturnud homo colder Friday evening- Frost probable charming dillidenco that when ho con- looking to avoidance of close proximity galines for trimmings, and Shirt Waists from 35c to $1.75. Our line Tuesday. cluded ho was almost hidden under a or contact with infected persona or ma- of Black Dress Goods is simply Saturdav. . shower of lilacs. Iho last orator waa terials, may feel reasonably assured of Suit. llooo mul Itoud Master V. Tin: committee, MessrH. Sam M. of tho Kentrcky Central, Mr. W. S. Burch. Ho was "agin" wo Bafety. J. Wash, J. W. Flowers and L. I). Cook, have men voting and ho treated tluj quesAn "In Memoriam" of the late distinfriends of tho long ago of tho writer, issued invitations to Musons to attend tion quite humorously. None but tho guished Dr. Charles II. Spilman, who paid him a short visit this week. tho meeting for the conferring of tho women, he insisted, died at Hopkinsvillo in Dec, 1S92, was "' Mns. Mahy Fkiuiki.!. him rented of Mrs. White Goods of every price and weave. Hamburgs in white and Eastern Star Degree on Master Masons, Mattio Novlus her houso on Lancaster want to vote and these ho attempted to read by Dr. A. D. Price, of HarrodB-burg- . colors for trimming all classes of Wash Goods. You should see our their wives, daughters, mothers sisters laugh to scorn. Fortunately for him, no street, recently vacated by James Zouave and Bolero Jackets in steel, jet nnd irridescent, and our Tailor and widows in the Hall of Lincoln Lodge After the reading of this, Dr. W. B. Made Spring Wraps and Capes just received from New York. Genand will movo into it May 1st. ono with short hair was in the audience, p. m. No. CO, April 22, at 2 Wk (idled to statu in our last Issuo iliat or lie might have been called down for McClure, of Lexington, read an interest- tlemen can buy the best made, the best fitting and the nobbiest Tail. Mr. Clem lleecher, of Lexington, was in landmark is disappearing. his ungallantry. His speech closed the ing paper on "Chronic Hypertrophy of or Made Clothing ever offered in this city from us. Our footwear for Another town attain Sunday, having been drawn Mr. J. E. Florence, who will rebuild on debate and Chairman McRoberts having tho Tonsils." This brought out an ani- ladies and gentlemen, misses and children is the flower of all the manby tho samobvnutiful little damsel as be- tho site, is having the old Davison house appointed Rev. W. A. Slaymaker, W .11. mated discussion, enjoyed alike by spe- ufacturers and we start them at 25c and run them up to $3.50 and $4 fore. torn down. It Is built of logs nud weath- - Higginsnnd our reporter judges, the cialists and for ladies and gents. Don't buy till you come to see us and with evV. I.. DuMiKitAii, of Rowland, receivThere was but one inemocr added to erboardod and Mayor Vandeveer sayn it question waa submitted to them, when, ery Sio cash purchase we will give a nice Calico Dress. ed a telegram Wednesday stating that has been etandingovor 70 years. A re- although each is opposed to woman suf- tho Association, Dr. Wm. D. Powell, of his wife, who is vhiting in Cincinnati, is markable fact is that tbu building never frage, a verdict was unanimously ren- Harrodsburg, which is unusual, as at very low. Ho went immediately to her in its long and useful existence enjoyed dered for tho affirmative side, which had each quarterly meeting two or more are bedside. the best of tho nrgument. In announc- added to tho fold of regular medicine. a coat of paint. There wero verbal reports of cases; exing thu decision Mr. Slaymaker took an Mis Mattib Hosi.ky took tho train Tiik Court of Appeals has nflirmed uufair advantage of a "young," bashful hibition of books, plates, instruments hero Wednesday to go to CamphollH GO TO- ('. with 10 per cent, damages the judgment and unsophisticated member of the com- aud pathological specimens, making, alvillo to vilt lier brother. Prof. I of tho Lincoln circuit court, which mittee, which might havo caused seri- together, tho April quarterly a most inIloflloy. Sho will also vielt in Lebanon awarded J. W. Higginbotham fl.000 ous trouble had he not quickly aud fully teresting meeting. and Greensburg. agiinstthe L. & N. railroad. Mr. Hig- apologized. Barring this exciting epiA votu of thanks was extended the Cou I), G. Slauuiitku was here ginbotham whs in thu employ of the sode, everything passed otTin a delight- profession of Lincoln for their hospital- Ho tells us that he has mm!e For goods at low prices. Our stock of . 1'. Walton for tho uso many additions am! improvements in company at Rowland and while going ful manner nnd the consensus of opin- tyand to Mr. around one morning to awaken tho men, ion was that it was decidedly the best of his Opera House. Green Hriar Spring", which hu will he was run down by a switch engine show of thu reason. Tho Society is to After some other miscellaneous busithrow open to the public June 10th. ness, tho Society a Ijourned to meet at M. Oautkii, for deputy col- mul had his leg broken, which confined bo congratulated and thanked for Mkhaiis. J. enjoyable an evening's enter- Harrodsburg on Wedneseay, July 19th, lector, Geo. S. Carpenter for postmaster him a number of mouths. next. Tho discussion will bu opened by tainment. at Stanford, L. L. Dawson forstoro-ket-p-Millinery, Notions and Shoes is complete. We have just received Shot. As John Hodge, who lives near Dr. Monfort on Tuberculosis of Joints, and ganger and John Kuglumau for a Maywood, took down his gun to go CHURCH AFFAIRS. and Dr. K. M. Wiley will make the re- an elegant line of Ladies' and Misses' llko olllce, were Gov. McCreary's callers hunting it was accident ly discharged B. from this county Wednehday. Rev. W. H. Arnold is down with tho port on PracticahMediciuo. and tho bad lodged in tho leg of his C. ItouKMKit, of Gallatin, was little girl, who Is only two years old. Dr. measles and there will bo no services at Gait. J. N'F.W ADVKBTISEMENiy. hero Wednesday and engiged Engineer J. T. Morris was railed, but tho muscles thu Methodist church Sunday. Which will be sold at the lowest cash prices. Country produce taken I!. W. Smith to lay oil" his farm at Row- and neryes were so badly lacerated that Georgo Darsie, of Frankfort, Klder in exchange for goods. land in town lots, which ho will proceed gangrene soon sot in and amputation closed a meeting at the Mt. Sterling high land was rendered necessary. Dr. W. 11. to dispose of. Hu owns tho Christian church, Tuesday night, with I bark of tho town, which includes many assisted in thu operation and (JO additions. 0 tine building sites. We will Deliver ICE Every Morn Tho Bowling Green Times says the little s ii lie re r was doing well at last Mn. P. IIkniiy TiioMphON, Jii , of Fay- accounts. tho Jones meeting was raised at ing at leper lb. mm ette county, was hero Tuesday in tho inthere. Such shows come high, but it In Manlortl and Rowland and by tailor-mad50 lb, aoc per Comk and examine our terest of tho Georgetown Cordage Co. seems that the people will have them. 50 lb. ana 100 lbt 35c per too Ibi. We an very thanlful lor past patronaga and rcpectiully wu Baw him was when wo wraps and capes, our Zuavo and Bolero The last timu As a result of Sam Joiicb' Bowling iti continuance. BluchDealer In- MRS. JANE HARROW iS hoarded at Ills father's, who, by the way, jacket, our tun shoes for gents in Green meeting the city council lias on ers and Oxfords, our Bluchers and Ox- petition of tho ladies declined to renew bono of tho finest old gentlemen 1" Kentucky. That was 15 years ago. Hen- fords for ladies in tan aud French kid, liquor licenses. Tho question will be ry was a littlo fellow then in knee our comprehensive stock of carpets in tested in thu courts. breeches; now ho has a wife and two moquettes, Wilton velvets, body BrusThu convention of the Young Men's in sels, tapestry, ingrains, THE NATIONAL And children. Christian Asaeociation, which meets in all wool, wool mixed, cotton chains an J will represent all IudianapoliB May 10, CITY AND VICINITY. all cotton, representing a f 100,000 stock, the associations in North America. Ar- BUILDINGS LOAN and we have them cut without waste to rangements aro being made to entertain Onion seta find garden seeds at A r. tho buyer. F.xaminu (ours before buyat least 1.000:deleRateB.. Warren's. Ky., ing. Hughes it Tate. Tho Pope has ordered that prayers Plants kokSalk. Tomatoes and cab . Tiik rendition of Tennyson's Priucees for rain bo otfered by Catholics through- Ili declared its Sovonth Annual Dividend bage. O. J. i the by the V. A. M. Literary Society of tho out Italy. Rain has not fallen for two at 1'2 por cont. por annum, rtm declarlargest net dividend that hat ever been screen windows and Stanford Fuiua'u College, at Walton's months. In other countries of Southern ed tiy any similar intitution dome businevt in thu St.ite. It hat over a half million dollar aets and doors at Wearen it Co.'s Opera House, on thu 27th, promises to Kuropo the drouth has been hardly less A. C. SINK J. N. MENEFEK prove quite an event for amusement persistent. In Southern Russia the crops Has Never Had a Single Loss. nhow to- McKinnkv will havo a horso lovers. The young ladies are practicing havo suU'ered great damage. All it fund art secured bj first liens on Improvmorrow, Saturday, afternoon. In many instances the titles are in Thu Rev. J. S. Miller, of Columbus, ed their paits daily and two or three of the the property who can ThuaiMKiation untilsafest and is rntirely paid for. Intl., is a religions Is thn largest, most prosperous Comi: and see our now spiing capes best vocalists arc preparing for solos be in the State tween the acts, it goes without saying put to blush the average political repre- sum whatevcrfrum dues It docs not deduct any and wraps. Hughes fc Tate. for eipcnes. that the entertainment will be good and sentative of that clafs. Last. Sunday he For particulars call on A RICK. II, HKI.M or T. Agts., 11k suro you get a souvenir spoon free as the admission feu will be small, thu decided to renounce tho doctrines of tho Or mlilrtw John II, Loathers, l'reident,or C M. 15 at Danks, tho Jeweler's, today, April hoube will no doubt bo filled. an elder in l'lnllips, General Manager, Louisville Ky Kpiseopal church to become 21st. church, but baa returned tho Christian Thu largo storo-roo- to the Kpiseopal faith, declaring that his Rowland Itkms. will be glad to know that FvKnvnoDY which Mr. Isaac Hamilton is build111 advised and did violence to CRAB ORCHARD "Boes" Sheppard has been appointed ing for Stephens it Knox, is nearly com- act was his most sacred and cherished princiat Monticello. pleted and that clever firm is back at ples. Our facilities for giving the greatest values for the least outlay, are of yesterday blew tho old stand ready for business. J. II. Tiik high winds A woman without arms has heen Rentfrow's circus tent at Hilton is building a commodious storeSells unsurpassed. down 'cut-oil"- " married at Christ church, Now Zealand. Junction City and spoiled tho perform- - room at tho junction of tho pike and tho Stanford nnd Crab Orchard Tho rini waa placed upon the fourth toe ance. Nobody waH hurt. lamed Summer Krsoit, with its plko ami will move into it in a week or of her left foot. A aimilar inarriai'o to WaNTki). A quick, bright youth to so. G. W. Goodrich has set up a generthis was performed at St. James church, al supply store in Needmore. Mrs. Ma- Bury St. Edmunds', in 1S.TJ. Tho riii Hoalinjj "Waters and Restful Surlearn watchmaking. No cigarette-smokeror dudes need apply. I want a boy ry Battier, of Richmond, has rented of was placed on ono of tho urulo's.toes, beroundings, alio Krasptnl pen and hillwho will work. .B. II. Danks, the Jew- Bun Martin his new hotel nnd is running tween which marriage register. ed the Will l open for the reception of quests it in good style. Mr. Martin retained eler. A report that an outbreak of miners store-rooaud is selling "a world of at Tracy City, Tenn , waa expected caustho B. H. Danks has a big supply of sou- goods." T.ijlX. Jennings has sold to ed Bomu alarm at Xashvillo and all the venir Bpoons on hand to give away to George A. Hammonds, of this county, troops in tho city wero ordered under MONDAY, MAY 15, 1893. but if tho numarms. Later reports showed that the overy purchaser his stockof,general merchandise at coat quiet. Health and pleasure seekers will find this ber of customers exceeds tho number of nndcarriagu.tif Mr. Jenuings has averag miuera were ANDmore and heq that spoons he will order ed a tradu ajnionth ofjthis kind for nearAn KxcunsioN to Cincinnati. Tho AN ADMIRABLE PLACE every onu is supplied. ly a year. Mesdamea G. W. Stephens Queen to Crescent Route will run an exi to the dedication of the. now City cursion Mr. Jos. Skvekanck, Sk., who on Wed- and J. W. Carrier aro confined to their Hull and a general demonstration in hon- To recover their wonted health and energies and at the same time secure quiet, home. like fare at 10th annlvorsary beds by illness. IS. F. Routen continues or of that event will take place at Cinnesday celebrated tho Stanford, where he has in a bad condition.and feara that he will cinnati May 13th. Tickets will bo sold of his arrival in fully , recover aro entertained. from all stations in Kentucky at ono since lived, tells tia that there are less never round-trip- , good tfoinn on Price or Board from $7 to Super week. Thero are now six stores in Needmore fare for tho Kor further intormation apply to than a dozen houseB standing now that trains arriving at Cincinnati tho morning limned to make the town and moat and tho prospects are good for another of May 13 and good to return on trains GUS HOFMANN, tun - one. -- Mr. A. D Underwood has been of May J3 anil 14. 1). G. Edwards, G. of these havo been remodoled past recCr.ib Orchard, Lincoln County, Ky. P. A. quito Biclc with a'throat trouble. ognition. Interior Journal Thk directors of tlio, Stoven-Bonln- ts 5 Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January Com-rvato- ry sf5 t L Dus.Mananer poor-hous- o, ll CLOTHING! H. New Stock, New Styles, storo-keepe- r J. WIcROBERTS. n ftJA . sC' 1 e, FIGURES WILL TALK 8jc. - - 1 Ow-on- s, "short-haired- Mil-bur- n, m HUGHES & TATE. -- Wed-iH'RiU- y. The Cash Bargain Store Clothing, Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, er -- SLIPPBBS, B. F. UOTICE JONES & SON. $2,-;!0- m e ot K, 2jI3VLVLEI -- irilS-.A.XCIA.- L,. Fancy Groceries, Fruits Confectioneries. Baker's Bread Always on Hand extra-super- s ASSN. Of Louisville, New-land- Sklk-adjustin- o real-etit- c. turn-coa- t, & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors or The Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. m post-maste- r t SPRINGS. 1 1 1 W Carry a Full Iiins of Builders' Supplies. s 11 WHITELEY -- to-da- BINDERS & MOWERS THE BEST Reasonable Rates. THE O'BRIEN WAGONS. HASI. FARRIS & HARDIN. 4, !- ,'. . ttBi xZftFF .- .- Jin L.jiyy i ,j j ji j Mi mm. Ffj""!- - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journl. mCTT T?rn TT Xl niTiTM'. woiWllO ' Commercial Mc KINNEY, KY t Hotel, Hotel at j THE NEW SUMMER FABRICS SHOW MORE THAN USUAL TALENT. have loughl abore mentioned attached a and e Pirst-Clas- 3 Ear and Pool Room, Oicr 'Yhlcti I'lourr Appear to Uuvo lloen PrnttcrcJ lij- - Ilnby riiiuila Palm A Silk Trimmed Tnttprnn on Swl Goitk 1 lint Can fio Lnniu'ereil. I'ross AssociaICopyrichU 1WT. by'Atncrii-ai- i oUkx lir tion. Have repaired ami refurnished the Hotel mid am better than ever O THE men vromou wlio or tle-sia Prepared to Accomniorlate the Public. hpecul attention to Commercial Men. V V GHKKN. l'roprutor. JOE CARSON, Manager. IK YOU ARE GOING -- Cffi .vSK? aWra ,i &S,:'ih,I v i M HTOKTHTHE R W3SST, & "& vSl , M LOUISVILLE . NACHVILLC R. R. I the line for you, as lt Daily Double cloe connectionTrains at MaVe LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROL'GH'TICKETS SOLO. THROUGH IIA&OAGB.CUECKED For ary inf jrmalion e.iqulie cf HIES. KICK. Acent. Or Stanford, Ky Asrent, W. PENN, Trav. Pa Junction C ty, Ky gNorfolkiWeslernB.R Schedule Dec. tS, 1891. NORTON DAILY I'.luefield, I'ocahonta andullstatiou Flat Top and Pocahontas Dm. ,012-Onoon, lor Illuefield, Radlord, Roanoke, Richmond and Norfolk. Alo (via Harris-urRoanoke) for Washington. HaxcMtewn, PMladelpbiaand .Sew ork. Pullman Sleeping Cars from Lou " 5lk via Norton and Radford; also Radlord R New York. vis. Shenandoah Junction, alio R Lynchburs to lord to Washmitonj al.o fron mT?ani lor Pocahontas. Powhatan' and r.oot-wi- ll leave Illuefield daily at 6 10 a in, 3 30 a m, 1 03 I.E.W1I a m for Graham, e. Leave B?ue?.e!d 6 .0 a in daily for Kenova'and Columbus, O. ArrUcCpluml.usg Intermedial, Additional trains for Welch and 1 p m and nations on Elkhorn leave Illuefield 05 5 11 P Tmmi'ik 40 D m For further information as to schedules rates,of .NorioiK.v western iauW 11. HE V ILL. road or to Gen. Pass. Agt Roanoke, Va at Norton and 5 " P !" from the East dally at r.. annlvto .icents Iff' CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, New York, And all other Knsteru Cities. Shonest Line bit L Eastern Pomts. Lex.ngto.inJ ;N EFFECT NOV. t, liji. aST ROUND. Lvc. LexiHton Af Atlantic Expres No U. .No ... x 6. f Sun.tl.4""" Midland Accommodation. 6.10pm Exprrss, No t d.uly Vestibulod Mt. Sterling Accoin , No a3, ex. Suu WESmrjUND Arr. Lexington: ,Sun Lexineton Accom.. No a7. Louisville Express No 31, daily Lexington Arcom. No. $, ex Sim Vestibuled Express No: aj. daily 7 u.piu 4 6. loprn JS"3 ijpm Solid Vcsiilmled Trains ith Dining Cars. N bus tranf-r- s Yhrough Si.'epers from Lexicon without HV. FULl Gen. "- P.i. ASt. -' FR. ' a n RYAN. t i.en. raw. A2t l . I OQBSn .' KIIE tmtf'yJnEmU'QKMA 94'x?;&&mvIIn ftl,cc tMrTTi iTMJTI W'mMsmm, jmmafigiMplBBpiHB Twenty mllcMlie Shortest to StLouti. Chicago. Michigan Peinti, Buffalo, Clevelaud. Datroit, Indianapolis and the West, Ne A England, Canada. New York, Washington, Boston, Baltimore, Philadelphia Ky. Ouickesttime to Harrodsburg, Frankfort, aud Richmond, jjVlRGINIA. Shortest line to Quickest HTIBW OBIilEANS. SOLID VKSTIllULED TRAINS thro with out change via Chattanooga, Birmingham, Meriden route for Kno ian, makitift direct connection ville, Asheville, Lynchburjcand points in the At Chattauooja for AilinU, Columbus, Wilmin ton, Charleston. Augusta, Macon, SayannaS Brunswick, Lake Ctly, 1 homasville and rLOUI Pullman Boudoir or Palace Augustine without change lor any class of pas. encer or baggage. Selma and MnntffflOlCrV. HuntsTille, Decatur Florence. Memphis and AUKANSASpoinu. Mo Shortest and quickest to Anniston, Selma, mane at uk. bile. Btioct connection LEANS without omnlbu transler for Calve-toHouston, Austin, w OABOMM8, trains The only line runninjr solidVestibuledCar towith St. Sleeping frauded of their jnst duo, for tho designs aro inoro than desitrns tills soasou. They aro eo many perfect pictures, each AN INTERESTING GROUP. after ita kind. Ihavosoen pictures paint-s- d by artists which wcro not nearly so The rnuillr of Mott Smith, tho HnunUmi artistic and truo to naturo as aro somo of SUnlitcr. tliese. Tliero is a dark ground someOno December evening n littlo over times black India silk with tho most eight 'years ago tho literary socioty of perfect flowers scattered over it, ns if Washington mot at tho reaidoueo of thrown by a baby's hands, somo of them Mrs. Jean Davenport Lander.a quaint old crushed and faded a little, as though they fashioned w hiteframo houso not far from had been held too closo in tho loving thocapitol. General llawley prodded, grasp and had united under tho warm and many other distinguished men and caress. Tho tiny daisies, cowslips or women were present. To mo ono of violets aro marvels of delicacy, and then tho most interesting was a plump little tliero aro others whero thoro aro broken woman with a bright, nttr.icttvo face, off blossoms of the pink wax begonia, crowned with wavy gray hair combed tiny eprigs of par&ley leaf pattern and broken fronds of maidenluiir fern, rusii si rSFft yi set and reddened under too bright a sun. VJ There aro others with small branches r& . hhn.'J of pussy willows in bud and bloom, and "Well, you daiment ftlvo away tho winp perfect orchids in their gorgeous color without he gives tw Honicthiu. thought of it llrst." ing, and pale, bnttio leaves. Tiny roseTOT. V frvekh-Tom White, faced 1ml of 10, buds lying on a rose geranium leaf that came Into my view jiiht then, and I hennl is partly green and partly faded yellow rrfi- the Mgunl fnmi ui.derthu lilacs, very oft-l- y are seen in one pattern, and pink pimand cautiously given thin time. Tom pernel makes another. So do tho teemed to knuw whence It came, for In a whito duckweed and applo s monii'iit hi was with the others, haullm and clover blossoms both white his long legs in after him so as to Ix out of M WW Vt' 'V and red, and a few velvety pansies. But sight. lioth Iioys addressfd him nt once. MRS. SMITH. MYUA MOTT SMITH. tho tasto of tho artists beems to havo "Say, Tom, dlil y'evir have tho measles" "Yep, yoy bet I did, nn I don't want "cm turned rather toward tho despised and back from a bread, low forehead. This overlooked beauties that ho nbout us. was Mrs. Mott Smith. I sat besido her again, nuthcr." "Did they hurt awful?" asked Fred Ono beautiful pattern of a gray green for somo timo and listened with delight ground has pino needles strewn over it, to her pleasant voice telling me about "Noihj. diitiuo n they did only my eyis bomo of them singly and others iu her homo iu Honolulu. It all seemed out y 'see I tmsl to catch "cm In school-timbunches of five or six all in a heap. very wonticriui auu now, ana sucit a an 1 snuck aiouiul all tho houses There is no set figuro, or if there is it is long way on"! And now wo aro talking here they hnd Vm at, an, do you b'llei e, not repeated often enough to permit tho about annexation, and the young Pnncess never took 'em till vacation time? tfnrlng vacash, too, an all the fellers playin nibs, whole to appear at ono view. Kaiuluni is protesting against it. 1 No, slr-Ono most exquisite pattern had a pearl Dr. Mott Smith was then a social and me shut up in the 1ioum gray ground, with irregular palo pur- commissioner from Hawaii. I don't re- dou't want no measles in mine." Jim hastily turned tho conversation Into plish blue leaves in two shades and moss member whether he and Mrs. Smith kept other channels then, and the Ixiys talked of rosebuds with short broken stems in house in Washington that winter or not, drowning out gophers- and hunting lilnK' pink and purplish blub woven in tho but they did tho next winter in a large, eggs until Turn had to go. When he was cheney pattern, so that it looked like the plain hotku on I street. This agreeablo out of hearing, Knsl askid, "Say, Jim, are colors of mountains seen through tho family attracted n.o best eoplo in tho you goin thoterm' ' misty haze of distance. Somo other pat- city and tho distinguishedstninger with- And Jim niiswensl dolefully: "Nitw I terns havo dibks of ono color or another in her gates, so that one was sure, even s"rfM 'tain't no use. Hut I tell you what ou the background, and lying partly on at tho least formal eveningatthis house, we tan da IWe can saw wood and sprain done once, tho disk and partly on tho solid color to meet more than onti personage of po- our backs.Chicago that Ocean. an it workid bully." Inter half opened pink daisies or Borne other litical or literary distinction. small flower, which makes an artistic An interesting featuro of that big, .N'iliidc.l I 11. contrast and pleasing whole. A few pleasant parlor was a "Hawaiian corAll Kuglish lady who rfCntly vlsllisl j have geoi:iorical figures alternating ner." with n fine collection of photo- America stnttrs that ou the she wns with a pattern of broken twigs, tho pret- graphs of tho royal finally and many one tiny nhockeil by seeing a oyigi olllcer ' ship's tiest being a black grouud with very points of interest. There were instru- knock down out of tint crew who was inpalo green rhomboids and twigs of the ments of various kinds, hiwcimens of na- clined to mutln,". So iiiutli (Jhl this night affect her that she wild chicory, also in palo green, with a tive handiwork, somo of the beautiful blue flower ou each one. IJut tliero nre feather work, strings of tho loveliest retre.nUsi to l.er stateroom mill did not hundreds of varying patterns, all exquis- shells and many tilings which I cannot agHin (iiienr'n dnk until laud was sighted. Then i.he perct'lveii at tho wheel the itely lovely, bo that it is hard to chooso now describe. who hail the blow. Dr. Mott Smith, a native of New York, mill, from them. "How U yiir head now?" To bait tho matter to ovcry pnrso these went when quite young to Hawaii. His :u. nor', ma'am," was tho repatterns are nil reproduced in sateen, wife was born in Honolulu of New Eng- ply Tixas JMttings. line cambrics and challies. Tho dark land parents. She received inot of her grounds aro likely to appear clean longer education in this country and has made Her .IIih1 M.iiIk IT nit Tliut Until. than tho othors, but those with tho light- tho trip to and from Hawaii many times. Scheming Mamma You ought to think Colonel er grounds nro far prettier and moro Her children wero born 111 her nativo twice, l.auni, lifforo jou city, and there was a houseful when thoy Oriz.lu. He is a little elderly, it is tnte, summery. How nro they to bo made? Well, hero wero all at home four girls and three but he is rich, amiable, popular, and ns for is a picturo that will show you. One boys. Then this charming family went brains, lmra Yes, Proud but has a ground of French gray, with pirn- - away in pursuit of knowledge, which yes, mamum, hImpatientareDaughter have imiins all right, blossoms and leaves lor pattern to them was a pastime, not a hardship. no doubt, but I don't want to marry a man VCTnc Thoblrirt is gored and without ruttlo or Tho eldest two girls siwnt two years iu w ho carries hLs gray matter ou tho ornament around tho bottom. Ovt it of his head. Chicago Tribune. is a (plaint cape, which, after encircling tho shoulders, forms a sort of waist drat'limliliifil, pery easily understood by tho illustraCli.iipi.. I lnliee thuro U something iu tion, and this then forms sash panels this thought tuaii'.fen'iicu notion. Very often I iioticf that C'holly and I have the which reach to tho bottom. This is of same idea at (,!ni faille in dull blue. I'lyppe Perhaps It requires your A lovely pink batisto was made up as uiilttsl efforts to really entertain an idea. if it was tho most extravagant silk, with ' Indianapolis Journal. cix gathered flounces, each headed by a j band of bias silk, changeable old rose WIIIIiir In Help Mini Out. and gold, tho capo rovers and stole ends I am In a llttlu trouSeedy Samuel--Sir- , all of the same. These bands aro sown ble, and should be very glad if you could over stiff muslin and then loosely cat help mo out. stitched on so that they can bo removed .Mr. H. 'A. Day Certainly, certainly, .MAY MOTT SMITH. IDA MOTT SMITH. if necessary to havo the gown washed, Which way would you prefer, the door or but it could, barring accidents, be worn Dresden studying German and music, tho window? Hoston Courier. one season at least without requiring it. and tho rest were scattered for awhile. A lii'ttcr Uruxiii. Among tho other lovely now spring About four years ago they got togother ; and summer cotton fabrics ono finds in Boston and set up a home tliero, whero llohbs Do you believe Gallup burned empire brocades, satin striped and plaid tho younger members pursuo their stud- his homo to get the Insurance money? Dobbs No; I visited him at the jail, nnd ginghams, French twills, rayonetto, ies, while tho elders come and go us busi.( me that he did it to get rid he figured and hemstitched; chintz, two ness or pleasure calls. Mrs. Mott Smith is now very much of of the box of cigars his wife bought him toned figures; gloria foulard and a num- an invalid, and her social duties aro dis- for his birthday. Life, charged by her riecond daughter, Myra, After tile lUopmniMit. a pretty girl, with soft, golden brown liride Here is a telegram from papa. eyes and fair hair, dark, golden brown (Srooui Vhnt does ho say? complexion. Slio is as bright and clever Hrlde(reads) "Do not return, and all will looking, and as natural and ns she is good n. I'rulh. , K ' unaffected as tho schoolgirl of seven years ago. ropiilur With Old llruwn. Ida, tho third daughter, who might easily be taken for Myra, so much does : she resemble her, graduated with many honors from tho Harvard anucx some timo ago. Her knowledge of mathematics especially is something quite wonI'm" derful for a girl, but she does not consider her education finished and is now course. taking a "post-iiost- " May, about 14, is following closo in the footsteps of her sister and promises to rival her in mental attainments and good TV allied artists, I think they are de tho fignrca niul flowora seen on tho now silks, Kttoous niul chal-lio- a como njulcr tho 11.1U10 of artists, or aro thoy only "tlcsipners'r" If they aro not pattorn is very delicate ami ilinuriii(j vlth lt3 soft touoa niul wmitrnnsiurcnt fabric, and thoro i? a brocho Swiss. This latter is a Swiss muslin, which all women know menus a stidone, and on it art printed tho old brocho and palm leaf patterns, which gain a new softness and beauty on account of tho sheernoss of tho muslin. This pattern has always been us.1 on woolen goods, and sometimes on uateon, but uovor until now has it been successfully produced on thin cotton goods. I aUo noticed a lino of striped seersuckers ttnd nnothvr of pampas cloth, and these two will lo largely employed in mnking tennis Miita and such gowns as will receive tho hardest wear. Velvet trimmings on gowns will Ixi worn all tho season through whorovcr they can be puL Privato information telb mo tlr ; plush is to bo worn in the fall to an extent never before dreamed cf. 1 11m not torry, for it is a superb material and becoming to all, tho only drawback beins itcost. IIkniubttc Rousseau. New York. THEY SAAED WOOD. A Citr'iiro Over llnur got the ininlo, an us frlKn-- on go nn catch 'em o(T hor, an then wo can May out o' Mhmd." "How Iong" "Oh, inebby as much a.s two wcuk.s if we hnoVni ival Intnl." "Don't they huttf" "Naw. Votijo5t get rod apots all over you, n:i you havo to stay nuud thohntistr, an jtr ma' II make twtct an cut4nl an jtlly, an you don't have to do no errands an they don't scold you, nn you jet have fun." "Don't you never dio of 'om" "Dlel Naw, I sh'd my noL Dlu ntithiu! You citn't die 'o menHloj., 'thout grown nn itu's uincK inmHles." ".VajlnithuM kind is black mwtioa." "Oho, they hain't, Haby's jjtit 'om awful e.v.y. I htitnl niiifay ko. Hut if yoti don't wnnttohnvo 'om.yoii needn't to. I know fullers that 'ud give a ulcklo for tho olmnco you've got." "Oh, I tlttnno but I'd nltout as Here. I ju.t h:;to lmsyrty an spelltu. Hut ma'il feel aw ful bd if I tiff r anything." "Well, we got to havo 'em bowo time, nn e liettir have tbee klml. Say. ain't that Tom golu l.y lefs call him Iu." "Let's. Mebby hen liail wu. Let us ask new s. My I kiww thut there wns notuething In the wind whin I mw .Mm hurry through the backyards, climbing fences when thuHties wcro within thrvo ft ft of hhu and giMtij: piuulry sl.t. II tlistleM between his fat as he ran. l'red simtchod his cap ami bt.trtnl nut lieu he heard the wliNtlinx Ufctiupe In ahvny did. That was n Mtf mil wlih ti l.i rye S, If you pliiMe,tinl which over ry hentil It ws lwincl to obey IL And it mi l.!pi)ciicd that tltone two came niul undir iho big lilac btuhlc-tie:'tmy Arindow toulk itov?r,nnd I will co'iit'iM that 1 couldn't nvi.t lutunlng, and this is wlmt I )uard: "Von git ovt tin re, cloater to tho hoiHo, Fred, I nln't half hid. Somulxidr'll kh my feet stlckln out. Sy, I got some bully flu-pe1 It tho Mcrnle Kmlt-il- . Question, mm j&m$mg:mmmmm wfafpm rariff tiro rrrv a.s,i'' rN-- i MiSi r fi)C " "" r iKWr,S-- H 8La ! M MS YJm Tte mn a immn me mm mini ws t " ri I Vtl I I .ir JSTv-- i I IJ cousin's s luy's Maiv tfllfa yw m - m n-m- SWli " I "rlj tSRa MB O-" ONI Y WltRCU IN THIS VICINITY TO ODTAIM THE CELEBRATED "HAPPY HOME" Brand GUARANTEED CLOTHING. S .i.i!-XvJLsJ5e- Ji' Jv JLr sit. w5tWQ. HUSTON VII. LK, KV., DR. JOS. HAAS' afeasr 1 Hog & Poultry Remedy " IOSTSD. Tkut ntk fatcoaru kuaiDtt, fislxrmcc nl ea Mhfim (nmtiattwill he r Unit wlihwvt yet lull all Mivb mlimaa. M rttMil f l law, deji-cat- o m blos-Eom- yjsr m,JBp 1 11 Used Successfully I'iitoun Yoars. tit Will arrrtt lit.ri, jtrfu 4tcc, rirHt werm.,top tnalutity I'ncrsj.poiin-l cih, Iticrcutr o, Ji 15 anil o I he ' .! f y !' th h ad haste picuirj le ikr St2ar LAlKOWtrZ. T O MAVt.AM). M. - the rhcuixsl Ji tan y rrttts W. H. HAYb. O C LYON. R. L. MKb M A 1jihi K imr pacVas. cWatt Jtr rRRIMIAI'MANN. Willi I. MAK'IIN. tf oTullr.T-.vPillG- ; A I'KN'NY, Minloid, Ky J 1. NHCK. cau-tlouil- ). q Tka aamJlest Ptll la th World oet avro o I at i reus xiiorsK p. W. CKEEN, Prop. Thu n e, 1 e, Tutfa 1'llla sIikhQ tjcrni jiuni .arforthlrtj' yrara." HIIO lin UpirTiniii Jlirir for t'.i uso of olilliJrrn(9 ur njau Jcroiwiui nnnimuiMin. roru.-runml- tisra iry amnll, jrot ioi au tni Otlisr .... . .... .. tiourlh tils IxxlyM tuMKtlnillatr, II ..ll..f.M..t M...1..A UIM fA I..I.J .. .. M.J.. ,M. . .or Sick Headache ir liiTalinblArn tharrstu the B, tir, Mjrt. U tmi ntuiotc JINt, hk-- mpplwd wilh lh lh A t, . loi-utch't- thl-'jite- in qe , ilne. Hotii him oiTuu rarsiaol i tiynll iSratijIstn. Doanaruull.M iVIco, U.'.c OlUcr, iU IrU 1'larc, N. Y. New Lot ol torsos, Cnrrioees, KufTffies, Wftgona, atst s imiih.bItUm l staMk I hvr ! otcoa'a'' MOTHERS'! s? fajTeftiff a inrpii KiitsT-cijAn- a t'sitxs AL n.l pi sntl tlu'laU f- maa of all kinds. i'Jn;t ii'.iti n ir - li V than on IllMtS I.KrVN . Cl..ltlHOI FRIEND" KfVs. To S ounc Mothers 2 : Sclcntiflo America Aycncy for ; j icci-ive- Y "it ! Makts Child Birth Easy. S l'orlnfnTmllrnnlfrrfl Hsnrthookwrltnto IIIIOIjH-AT- , MtiNN K Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Endorsed by the Leading Physician. Hook to ".Hotlifri''maUtl yilKK. NEW YoMC Ia.. SI Olilnt burenn fnr "voirlrt' patent In Arnprlra. Krrrr l'Strnt takrn ot ttif us It ImiUKht (rfura Ha puMlo UT a notice iltcu fio of cIujko Id th v aLv WKrm K A CAVEATS. TRACZ MARKS. DE8ION PATKNTS. COPYRIGHTS, oto, J 9 o BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO 1 qm.n IIY AM. DRUOQISTS. ATLANTA, QA. trvfti rlmiUtlon ht'IvjxllUIr world. 11 of rnr xHrntlMp paper In the llluitretwl. .S'. Intvlllreut man nhnuld U wltliuut IU Wotklr A:,(IO a mnntlia. AddrcM itflS'N A CO. smri t'l jiUKiiriiaOl llroadwar. Mew York Utr. IUl!t out-siil- u tabler'spu i buckeyeTILC OINTMENT i EVERY EYE ON MI-.- I CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A &ODEYS is com- 1 rrtftni SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 10 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. ., bj RiriuHDsns sintrnK nt. uiris. pletely taken with it. Some were captured by complete and handsomely il- HorriaqciiTin. BUT 11 qClXITT. loufeM-HM- l WORMS! '4 WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS 7 BICHlBPSOa lustrated NOVEL, but it was those Colored Portraits VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. ' ' 4 9 of Society Ladies, in the fashion de- partment, that "finished the business." Every eye will cur welcome I rH4 SOLD EVERYWIIKHK. HT. IDICIStt fO.. CLUBBING ANN0UNCEA1ENT Thit sounds qur,don't It?) txins. A 1 3wix tion to both ti. year's subscripGODEYfc 21 I'ARK ROW, j? ill W'lVf. Y. CITY, and f Of the boys, Harold, just of age, is ber of styles in fancy French muslins studying architecture. Ernest, two years AND CALIFORNIA. TEXAS, MEXICO with woven spots, both whito and col- younger, is still at Harvard. Morton, McCarthy Old nrown declares you are Vicksburg. tho most entertaining tnlker in the club. The only through line to Jackson and connection, ored, many of them in imitation of tho who was ono of tho littlo ones I rememuuiquo straw embroidery from Fayal, Miaa., Shreveport. La., making direct What do you usually talk about In hlscom-panywithout omnibu transfer for Dallas. Fort Worth whero tho natives embroider beautiful ber, has a decided tasto for electricity. San Antonla, El Paso and polntsin Austin, Juliktte M. Babbitt. Brooklyn Old Brown. McComuuck patterns ,vith straw on net and thin TEXAS, ARIZ0NA,MEXICO,CALIF0RNIA. Life, muslins. How to Alake Stove Polish. Thero aro albo Irish lawns, crinkled jalix black lead with tho whito of an Where Tlit-- Kit. For through rate, correct county map and Iu ginghams and Havana cloth. As if . information call on Agent at Junction Cltr. Kv You'ii mnlils sit .sh, Imppy i nS' these wero not cuough in tho way of or address " O. VOATT. maliU sit in jouiis men's laps. City.Ky wash fabrics, thero are many pretty patIIo. to Hi lull ten Tinware. Old !!iIUslt wnen past their prlnio D.VfeDWARDS. D.MILLER. , Old luaUU sit In tho laps. of time. NVasii it in soda iator; it will locklike terns of fine Madras nnd O. P 4 T. A., Traffic Mangr., Ynle Itecoru. Cincinnati. 1y, suitings, printed check lawns, wh sro the uow. ? Imps-Ynu- PRETTY SPHINO DRrSSES. looks. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL For 50. BS9ooac3:rs."rsaeGn33eoflOBO(o -- AT- wuiih or loreir uusia n.r rurtr l .mi.. Ill) lilju,. fu'l Up. belli 1)1 uuiillt.. . nlirft. imimu ...lit till! latest, most pop- - J t .. ... .. blrlll... ...M..MMici,.n. Uuri!lll bikiikiioi. ai. U.....I lllflMlm.lll.l f plo:o,iil.'Oiit"iiup iiiiiiuuiuiiuiouiiiiiiiiniit :iiin nn TtlU.t'U R 3ES23. .... 1 nif Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, There are three of the best HsrSers in the S'ate There are also excellent Huh Rooms run in connection. Agent lor Lexington Steam Laundry. man-o'-wa- r I'limuiicllu. i ,eStir,!lic1iner; I'ailerewtkl tlioureAto-t- p iiiiul t Ailnlu I'attl, anil Mr. ii.iii iiimncjiuii. lit iHiiiiiijir nflnuiT. Jin. ' tires all oriler tu NKW YOUK MUSICAtil UU11U. urouuvrur i ueairo uuiiuiub, c. i. CK8X0XCB$ iS-- . . .LiT ti (.,"!.. , CT.J.' JV- . Ai n - t v-- Hr -- Ji j, nr. BSAVKssviAN, KIKE AND I i WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. Con-iiuc- HE DID NOT LIE. Inves-tlRHtl- MOIM INSURANCE AGENT' .. ..I"pit-v- S V of this yuun lady. Henri Wattorson's Gallant lias always a good word for women workers. It is tho duty of Miss Piorson in lior new officii to travel from town to town in Indiana, call macs tncotinpi. Alt of which arc ftrl.ttii.CHMii,ek. I wnull KHt,li, Pol. inako bo pleated la wait rtnt Irmnlmu til. Ilm, and orgaulzu associa, icies promptly iismwI. will iure Linft From The tions of wind Meruit and Irghthlnj: bnrktfiiBi; ' sketch wo lind that wit'lMl I lU' ir Oifiie (il First ianf.d Miss PierHoti has jiincWly supported herself at tyjM'settliiK sinco tlio ago of 10. Hlio nowfupjKirlhlii'r motlii r aim. From setting tyjie many n printor's ambition has KNircd to prepntinj tho matter that is put into typo, and this aspiration has ERADICATES BLOOD POIstruck MiaH Piereon too. SIio writes SON AND BLOOD TAINT. considerably for tho press on labor quesin tions, particularly Uiomj mattei-aro conwhich workers of her own Swift's Specific (S.S.S.) SKVERAL bottle of my system of contagious cerned. Sho expresses it as her firm entirely cleansed blood poison of the very worst t f . conviction tlwtt in tho departmentu of Wm. b. LooMli, Shrevepurl, La. skilled labor women are bound to conquer. So they ate. Hut ono statement I regret to lind this brave, brijjht girl CURES SCROFULA EVEN making. It is that woman is woman'u IN ITS WORST FORMS. worst enemy in tho labor ranks, and that when a jdrl ungtiKeo in a work hitherto T had scnoru tA In 1MI. and cleansed my dono only by mill slio is liindered as system entirely from It by taking seven much ns jKissiblo by her own pox. I have bottles of S. S. S. I have not had any Wucox, since. CV.fapartanburg, S.C not found it 6), certainly. 1 havo found truest that tho denrefit, wnnne-titli working women aro women HASCURED HUNDREOSor Perliajw in that funny but tnemselvKs. CASES OF SKIN CANCER. rigid system of cnito provident in small towns a printer girl would bo looked Treatise on Mood and Bkln Diseases mailed lice. SwirTSruciMC Co, Atlanta, Li a. down on by lazy mrls and married women who call theitiMilves tho social loaders DO YOU WANT TO ADOPT A IUIJY, of tho ridiculous littlo aritocRicioa thoy yon think this Is n new titislnofs, MnyN always sot up, hnt in tho great throbIt I utilri tiiuippllentioii seiidiiiiroiit liuweser, lit t in have thneo bing lifo of the city p oplo of iiitclliKoncc Intif Iurulhl Iwi'ii ti' urihnot'nulNtiniiii-Hiill otv. I.tr)"i will rat Mini. Well I aro rccopiiiriiiK tho ditrnity and worth of iniwT' Tills thut' the nrnnit Kiby I tho woman who minis her own living riurrusluir ran imu littlo bhiek tm you liutu faint Idea if Misa Pior-ii'sUitement about worn-en'- s Mna agninst workmt' women reminds me, howeer, of an experionco ol my own in a certain tunny littlo town . It wunn villmfo of a few huudrud Fate and my own adventurous deImposition luvl sot ui down there. termined to learn typtttiiiKuttlioofllco f t!. villain i,wnp,r. Two or thrw ... 4 .a. w ii'ieti w ho rettrdwl vod of more ii!iMirtniico than tho Vauderbilt ami liKliffi lmve ever secnunl to do dis of tlie idea. I whs waited on Hpprot-i' 3. V .i.ni mfonnotl in due order tlmt tho Indie wiiuM nover think so much of mo iiftiin or care to "iuociat" with mo ir I wont into thitt imwiihiht oflico. "Thou I'll suro to do il." auswored, mid I did ItainUKtd iih not n little that society wms KoiuK to sit on mo. It always doo atnuso uto when anylody, man ot M A HAIlV " woiimn. Iries to sit on tno. .Moreover. to you, whl. li we nrow to Tli littln drirlinu reMiiHirmiist It t mo shv tins for tho comfort of timid tin souls who fear to do wmio honorable pillow, nnd Is In tlm not t draw in: pink sock, tho in.ito)f which Inn Nvn pulled work on which their hearts aro sol u tiHinipliHiil oir srnl tluutt haIJo with The HihIi tints urn perf evt, unit the r i follow- for dread Mrs. (.Snmdy will ftown you, no matter where yn.l riUrul. Tlirriiiiililcrctiroduetliinsof this irnniliM pHluttuguf Uo bravely on. Uo your chosen work Ida Watiirh .tlm niiwt tvk'lirntil of inolorn royally and splendidly, with nil youi piilntcmof luiby f nrn to lie jrisen ! th h.iiI in it. Let lothint' discotiRigo you n who sulwrlbo to Demure! I minly for ISirL Tlio tTpuxliiit Kins iiinnot lx and by nnd by you will uusko a success (. niul told from this cirlclnnl. whiili oi- -t TIm Uihy m of iL Tlteti 5lrs. (trundy will como to uro tho Mmo tia d;i'" Inche He Iimvu you and lay her choicest lauicls at youi tiro lo. mid nltMiiiitily llfcllUe lwi In prcarnilti, to prevnt to our HH. tl r Rtcttl iHinr- by riit. iiiclinrtttsisrcn-- Mrun.laud lliiinjdi.rr. It gives one a feeling of jirido and lcli:tmiMi mid other" "f to know that every jxirtioii of the renown. TuUo only two fsfliiiple of what " sso dlil iltirlnx far, "A Yard of buililtiigdevokil to tho womniul "A Uinto IIliiko tin hid" by tho wlfoof rrostitvi! H rtcn, mid jou wi.lftw en's department at tho World's fair was w hut our proiuisos irtcon designed by women, its construction suTIioho wiMMii.crlro for nemorcst'g nirolly n (rullrr; or ex. perintended by women and its contents MiktiizIiio for Kvi will jwim nulslto works of rtrt of Mrtsit vulur. 1tIiIo a arranged under thodiiection of women Mauiulno that cannot Ix' ninnlrd liy nny lu the world for Its ImmuHMi! lUii'trutlons mid Wo do not hoar the expression, "a kocpi nublct mutter, thut will tho scryi n nilikuU woman of uiiik'uIiuo intellect," so much i on till tho topics of h, midlxut ibo the fa Isauddl3epnt Items of iiitciift Women havo come , bMen tinilshinir lntcntln(f ils wodid any more. lln? nmtl.T, Uith itnivo mid ituy. for tho to that jKiiut in tho world's development mi whohi fmiily: und shili Iictuoimt' Is not whero tliey aro allowtnl to havo intolleots are pera ruthl'iu Mnifii7liie. Its Malilnn )h fect. Hiid wnulve .iu, trtt of r.W,ull tlio pat- of their own. sear, and terns you wlli to iiwdurlnir tho Tho lato Mrs. F. C. Kttiiu of cml In )ur iiul- In unrsifl ou rhoo. avrlptlonnt okiv. only K. Mint you win ruiy made a great success in tho busi'et over a in Ulllf. Aiinrrw me iiioiuiirr. ness of raising fresh eggs lor market. .v. Jviuiliiif Douionwl. 15 lllb ft., New York. If you lire unacqunlllted with th Sho went into it so extensively that cluiou csipy. iiiiv.s4ltio, ond lOccnus forn she spent $,M in incubators, chicken houses, etc., but slio realized over SO jkt cent profit on her investment annually. ! Don't fall into that lazy, despicable way of sa tug that men can learn things and iindtrntand things that women canFOR GOOD WORK! not, Siy always, I can understand anything tu.it a man or anybody elso can. Mrs. Harriet Strong of Whittier, Cal., ! La'dirs last year raided S.OOO.OOO plumes of the beautiful pampas gr.-- so much nsed in decoration aud sold them nearly all. One million will adorn tho buildings of the According lo rvsulta accomplielicd ; World's fair, and she exported bViO.OOO to of Europe Mrs. Strong has been tho first in uddition to a liberal (.'oinmi.-Ho-n lersou to grow these pampas plumes extwenty jicr crxit. tensively in Noil It America. Formerly they all came from South America. The Algo last presidential campaign was lucky for Mrs. Strong, lOO.OOOof tho plumes being GUESS PREMIUMS used in parades and decorations. Mrs. Ueazley, a Philadelphia woman, FOR SUBSCRIBERS, invented tho cooporago ltiachiuo which No Impossibilities or Uncertain-tics- . turns out thousands of jH'rfcctly finished barrels every day. Sho is also tho inEvery thing Fair, Honor ventor of a lifo raft which may bo tossed into tho sea in any shape, but will able, Plain and Positive. right itself instantly aud float safe.Gco j'rograuiiiio ly. It contains jioekots which tho sea in tho cannot enter that aro always filled with WWW J4 M water and provisions for tpio of tho tloliBhtfnl sketc-- Hartford, of Unrtforcl, Conn.; Manchester, of .Manchester, Kny;.; Pennsylvania l?ire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. tornn-dres- nn Slut tli Oriiininer Concluded ITpon r, .Not to finest. finju Mint 1'lvraon. "What are you thinking about?" asked Jliss Cello Piorwin, a cointwsltor on tlio Now Albany Lodger, lias latoly boon tho hotel clerk of the drummer, who 6iit nitpointcd Htntu organizer of tho Federa- by tjjo Are in a brown study. "About inventing omo money I havo tion of Litlwr for Indiana. A lato numcontaitiH n In rcalffltsltu." replied tho drummer, Tlm Courier-Journa- l ber of "In SUIIIcit IjittorWo AroDcstlneil to Colonel im-p- or slant-csaltach- i'l "I i "i i Courier-Journal- 's .1 MM a WM 1 smp-tom- s , nympa-thizer- o -- wEBI "How much?" "All I've sot: abort SLOW." "Where in tho tval r,t.U.?" "In a witorn town. You saw that man I've been talking to for an hour or bo and who loft litre awhile ago?" "Yes." "Well, I tnt him on a train today, and ho got me inteiflrtfld in a town wit wt called Hesporides. It's only about )l years old, he sayH, bwlit lins been coming up at a phenomenal rate. He had maps and stuff here this evening till you couldn't r'it, and he ottered mo five ncros within lialf a mi'lo of tho center of the town for $1 MO." Tho clrk devoted a moment to vttos-tlinwith a thought. "What's the pojmlation of the place?" "Ho didn't say, but he said it was 25 times greater than it was iu 1800, when tho first Bottler came in. IIo said, too, that tho immlier of houses 1i:h1 increased 100 per cent each yeiir for thothreoaince the first lots were laid out." "That's a good showing," said tlio clerk, "a fine ubowinj:, but did ho bay how many houses there wore put up the first year?' Tho drummer looked queer. "No, he didn't." he replied. The clerk wont around behind tlio counter and cauiu back with a nowspa-lr- . g . Inu-Uc- ti si-- r i " iw s inhab-iUtnts- 1 i 1 uk-iiim- ! .tr 1m- - l sAU--iii3- Sis 1 1 n-n- d trntiFpor-tntionpn- li (T m . 11 s Muni-tln- "litre's an iirlirl n real ostato snaps out west." ln said: "lct'u look for your Modem I.lfe of town. Ah." he went on after a moment, A boy in ono of tho Detroit public "licrevoti are nr""H(l. nlioom town. one lionse p'it up in 1HC0, two in ISOt, schools recently handed in this composinot yet in. Population in 1S00, 1: tion on Julius Cii'sar: Julius Caviar was a Roman citizen. Ho in IMH.10: in llU. 0: estimate for 1S03. wasn't much at first, but ho growed up r..' Tle ctetk IvHiliud at the drummer and with the country and after whilo ho bunched tho conventions and got elected uiulc.l. "YvVH." eictaimesl tlw drummer, with boss. Ono Fourth cf July or somothing a ngh 6f Miff. "I'm glad ho didn't lie Ciesar went up to the capitol to seo about a I rill . A man mat him on tho steps and about It. f i." I !( si deepine a liar." r told him to bewaro of tho ides of March. atii'it Ittvcating your Wlut Ctoeur laughed "Ila, ha," and told tho irn'tnrtl tha olsrk. The tit mi iitjer g4To a long, low whistle man to depress tho front of his wont-cand wont on into tho big joint. to Dotroit Frao Pre. ami wetii-jtSomo time nftorward ho camo out again and adjourned to tho S. P. Q. llnTttro and Altur. R. saloon, whero a lot of Roman senI. ators, members and office seekers wero lontiii g up against the counter. CiCiir olleri-to pay for the drinks, but nobody acccpte 1 his invitation, and ho dropped to the fact that thero was blood on tho moon. Then somebody said someM thing about his not having paid his ferrii vjsbi'.;"? r i" v -' age when he croised the Rubicon, and btitclu-- knives began flying through tho Pretty soon Ciena r saw atmosphere. Brutus, his next door neighbor, coming at him with a sticker and that paralyzed him. 'What haset jou. Unite?" ho exKfOi. claimed and laid right down, aud iu a fow minutes tlio patrol wagon drove up to the door. Just tho same, you bet, Cn'sar w.i6 no slouch. Vale. Jule! Detroit Fruo Press. Cii-sar- Hfiir'c Und IlPtter Look Out. The iiujI striking- feature of St. Mark's, in Venice, is tho profusion of mcaics, which aro naid to cover 50,000 Fqnaro foot and aro much liko fadod palntinga in appearance. High up in tho fucado is tho Lion of St. Mark, winch ono sees repeated in every material and manner. Tho author of "Col-leg- o Tramps" gives an experionco with a guido which nuggests that Italians do uot apj'recia'o Amorican Iiumoristd. Wo powed out, he says, into tho square, glancing, as wo went, nt tho work of several artists who wero busily putting ujion their canvasea tho imago of tho frorg' oub interior. While in tho cathedral, ourguide, who was pointing out and explaining tho different objects of interest, waved Mb hand toward tho magnificent bronzo altar and whispered impressively: "Gentlemen, at ze bottom under zis grando altaro rcposo zo great San Marco, zo jiatron of Vonczia. Ho h brought hero from Alcxandreea, 1.0CO year." , "ho te tho gentle"Ah," eaid N man who owned the lion. Is is ho dead';" Tho guide's face grow livid, and hia hnnd ilew for hi3 stiletto it may have boon for his luvadkerchiof his hand flow fiomewhero anyway. "I.i you call Marco Twain?" ho asked. , "No," replied Mio trembling N "my ntwio ism. . lar.c i wain." renamed from furTlugaidok: ther demonstr.. it. but muttered, "Zat Marco Twain h. ve niudo ono big fool of in Italia, and all zo zo guide profcs-io- n guido havo conjurationcd to keel him soon as ho como onco more." was his most patient auditor for N the rest of tho morning. Youth's Companion. . PEN FOR BROOD SOWS. Coviatry m al-- Produc. Illustration TnUcn Troni Ilarn IlulUUnf;, ruhnnhftrt by Tlio llreestor's Gnzcttc. Onr lirocd sows, having l?en fed for tho purpose of producing strong, healthy .i's fn.:n the time of coupling, run in groups of tho different families, with plenty of room for exercise. About two or thrM weeks before they aro duo to farrow each sow i placed by herself and givf nam mil building 0 by 8 feet, mado o with do'iolo walls by lieing boarded und iMd.o of thi frame of 2 by 4. Th'w buildinrs are 3 feet C inches high at tho rear and 0 feet high in front, with a dof r in f r nt side. Tho upper half of thy f ror t being hun? on hinges can hi pu- lied tp a:.d back to tho sloping roof and t in the sun. Thee buildings are placed in a row on tho brow of a sloping hill of gravelly soil and are at all times dry. Thero is a Eoparato yard with each building whero the sows can take plenty of exercise. After boing placed in theso each sow is fed Uyhtly on laxative food composed of wheat middlings, a littlo bran, and oil meal thoroughly mixed and fed wet in thin slop whilo erfcctly sweet. This treatment is continaed up to tho day of farrowing, with tho addition of good puro water to drink. A day or two previous to farrowing sho is given n fresh, clean bed, cither of straw, leaves or sand, according to and is let alone to ihako it Miit herself and is not disturbed. After farrowing sho is given a drink of water, but no feed for nbont St hours; then a small feed of thin slop, as wo consider this tho most erilienl time for tho proper start in feeding for tho faturo wolfaro of both sow and pigs. If she ! i fed too much or too rich for tlio first day or two after farrowiujj, it will causo tho flow of milk to lie nji.vo than tho youngsters can take and wonll causo caking of tho sow's udder and n feverish condition of tho mill: iu consequence, which in turn would ctiUoo runnj-- of tho ills of pighood. rT We will pxy cash for country produce ol every kind at our store-rooen Depot Avenue. We 'i will run our wafo.i rcguUr every week to collect tame in the country CRAIG ft WALLS. 7 m J H.HILTOIT ROWLAND, KY out-sv'- DEALER Cm CROCERIES, HARDWARE, - lr-- Hoots and Shoe, Cigars and Tobacco. Ohl UlvrrSMt for sale by the barrel. Will take coun-produce in exchange for goods at market price. I m nlio agent for the old reliable llixdhead 1 and will keep a full line of these coeds in stock, and alt I ask of the merchants ol filanford and Rowland is to give me their orders and I will nut the goods in their houses at Factory prices. Thanking the public fur liberal patronage, 1 ask a eoutlnuonceof same, and remain your obedient r servant. J. If. HILTON, sj-ty- .TO.. The Pvoplcot Stanford AND LINCOLN COUNTY. Thanking you Icr your liberal ratrennge for Ico last sraion, 1 reepcctiully riqucit its continuance during tlio coming season. Indeed I expect all to uiu tho MANUFACTURED ICE, sea-to- Kor thee rcaions : First, It It made by a home institution, beioud, the Ice i alsolutel) ami c'umlcally pure, belej; made frcm spring watir, which is first distilled and then carefully filtered before belli;; frozen. 1 hird, Artilicial Ice wilt last much longer than pond Ice Fourth, an epidemic of chotf ra is looked lor during the sear and nothing is so apt to produce r spread this disease as impure water or Ice. Fifth, it will be Delivered llegularly and Punctu-al- l i your Doors lively momli j. at the following Prices: For too pounds or oter oc per hundred. For jopounds to loo 45c per hundred. For 10 to 50 pounds.. 5ec per hundrtd. No list than 10 poui.ds delivcod. K. RRF.MER. 10J Joliii a. Ca.tlcmau. A. G. Liiuham thou-sanU- ot f bo-l.- Hnit aj ' ROYAL - "; ' : lis ' , ; ; ; , ilrrff TE.V. ill ' insurance Compaq, 4' d MtnRDI.VR S3me?lJ&slf&I&&' V' JWftyks&&" l., .SDr.rw r - . lie. Would May Out. - i.ld-wnl- h i. the-iws- t 1'un-le.- ii.i'is.-hold- I'hihi-delphi- a jt GOOD PAY For or Gentlemen $5 to $500 Cash! s h mmmw A. V M M Tho subjects chosen for public lectures by Miss Cora A. Henneson, graduate of i.f t nr Fourth Annual Couttst among Michigan university and member of tho Illinois bar, show whnt women aro thinkAgents for largest did 8. ing about. Ono of her lectures is on tho fcir An Agemy for the Weekly annexation of Hawaii, another about "Our Diplomatio Relations With China KMjriKKii U a jirnfitahle ht'.fincs?. It in and tho Ke.itriction of Chinese Immigrathe licit fchool in the world to prepare tion." Tlio Arkansas building at tho Chicago ono for a btisincys contact with tho fair was planned by a young lady, Miss to business Jean Loughborough, whoalsoluid chargo pnhlic, a strppiug-stonof its construction. ijualiiication and i'uturo prosjicrity. Tho Marquis of Queensberry continues Wc want gootl Agonts to eolicit for his crusado in favor of a plurality of Tlm iuduccmentj ar wives. But tlio noblo marquis is very h'.hscriplio;j. narrow, selfish and ono sided in his viowo. Ho is qnito unwilling also to allow a extra gmid. plurality pf husbands. EMQUIRER COMPANY, Tho president of tho Mount Pleasant CINCINNATI, O. (Tex.) National bank is a woman, Mrs. Annio Moore. Euza Anciunn Conner, I o -- mm ,Vu..u. ship-wiccke- d. The nibber industry is ono of tho most profitable of this generation. Collis P. Huntington once caul to tho writer thnt .r. ho V.f?".frti .'Trjr a .:. if ho wero to young aman with $100,000,tho VW-S- Ij Af ri' surl engago iu would go v?Z.Jr '"h f rubber business. "Why," caiil tho railaa I r road magnate, "jou can buy crude rubHI II ., ., ' . (' S?rber on tho Congo away up in tlio inj terior for a jienny a pound, and when you get it down to tho coast you can eJ'jH sell it for nearly 100 times as much. 1 know of no bettor opening for young men of grit and nerve." Lifo. "Hut, Mr. Huntington," bnid tho young man to whom tho remark was addressed, What They Illil. "what would you do if you didn't havo An officer in the treasury at Washingtho $100,000?" ton, who w;us a resident of that city at "I would start with ?10,0C0." was tho tho timo of tho commencement of tho reply. "little dispute," witnessed tho hasty re"But supikjso you didn't havo tho turn of tho lKinic stricken Union troops after tho first battle of Dull Hun. Ho "Well, in that case I guess I wouldn't says: go into tho rubber business at all." The whole city was in a great state of New York Tribune. excitement, aud for a few hours everything seemed completely demoralized, It Didn't Work. man had sonio awful story to tell A grimy tramp came up to Passenger and had no trouble iu finding an audience Agent Dowling of tho Burlington yesto listen o his recital. terday and asked: Among other veracious accounts was "Are you paying for feats?" thnt given by a colored teamster from a "Not yet. What have you done?" Virginia regiment, who attracted quite "Well, I've rodo all tho way from Dena crowd of eager listeners in Willard's ver on a brakobe.ini of ono of your pashotel. senger cars, and for a ticket to Chicago "Do fust ting wo knowed wo sec do I'll givo you an affidavit of tho smoothsogers cumin, an should tink dar war ness of yon.- tiack and let you photomillions on millions. Do cap'n ob do graph me." regiment singed out. 'Drap down da'' Ho didn't get it. Omaha Drap down dar!' Hut. law, twa'n't no use! Do bur.gshells como an took dar II Ik I.oax. heads clear oil! "You nover lo?o anything by being po'"Dis chilo tink him dead for suah, an iu do confinement Massa Gibbons' mules lite to the ladies." "Don't I? Well, I tako notice that I done got looee, wid six niggers on 'em an run smack and sinoovo into Massa hi'o my seat and sometimes my temper." Morning Journal. Linknm's lines and captured ourselves!" Youth's Companion. A SlilulliK Uclit. "King writes mo that hois doing borne A lilml .Man. "The charge against the prisoner," said very brilliant work now." "Yes, he is writing ads for a new tho judge, addressing tho witness, "is btovo polish." Chicago Inter Ocean. cruelty to aninials, and you havo lieon called'to testify in his favor. What do A ilieiil I'all. you know about him;' "I never knowed him to bo cruel to animals. Why, that thero man, judge, L feeds his pet bulldog on beefsteal;. Cruel to aninials' Why, I've- known him to kic his wifo for not taking good euro of his dog." New York Press. I'' ir- , . -i r .- - 4xj t'zt - I II . - fc':'a?4.. $10,-000- ?" After a day or two the feed is gradually inerc.iHed until the irigs aro old to take all the milk a sow can give, after which she is fed all sho will eat uj clean of tho licst feed wo havo for the dev lopment of tho youngsters, consisting of wheat middlings wet up and fed sweet, a littlo soaked corn or oaN, aud if we had it would mix tho middlings with skimmed milk. Wo continue tho heavy feeding of tho sow until tho pigs aro eight or ten weeks old, when by this time they havo long since learned to eat and have a low shallow trough placed whero tho sow cannot disturb them and aro fed by themselves about as tho sow has been fed with as inuch variety as possible. Tho ft ed of tho sow is now gwidually changed to dry feed and water, und sho F(xm begins to gradually givo less milk until she becomes perfectly dry, and tho pigs are weaned and never know it, having never lieui separated from their dams. If at the projier season for grass, the jiis and sows aro now all turned into tho clover pasture with dry sheds to sleep in. Tho sows fed dry corn are soon iu fine condition, but aro not usually bred oftener than once a year. The pigs havo a place to feed where the sows cannot disturb them and aro pushed on wheat middlings, soaked shelled corn ai.d oats, niul if wo havo it we mix the above with sweet skimmed milk, but this is a luxury wo seldom have for them. We havo a steam cooker, and during cold weather feed cooked food composed of the above. Wo always givo all feed as soon as mixed, whilo pcrfoctlj" sweet, adding a littlo salt to every barrel of feed. By tho above system wo havo met with good success and had no trouble with scums, thumps or teething. A. J. Lovejuy vv Son in Breeder's Gazette. - BARBEE &CASTLEM A.N MANAGERS, Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throrgbuut the South. W. A. TRXBBLE., Local Aror.t, STANFORD, KY. DANK Watches, Clocks THE JEWELER, Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of Jewelry An&SIIVERWAKE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. All gcods sold engr.ived tree of charge. W Your patronage rctpectfully solicited. JAMES YKAGF.R. THOMAS YFJVGER. 1 - World-Heral- "'A -- J Not n I'ooli Huh. Mrs. Gnzzam (reading) Miss Parker of New Mexico runs a telegraph office, two express companies, a railroad office, a ranch and keeps house. Now, Mr. Gazzam, what do you thiuk of that? Mr. Gazzam I'll bet a dollar she has to ask somo one else if her hat is on btraight. New York Sun. A Jaspar Bighead is a strange man for havo the most lofty and exacting ideas about love and matrimony. n philosopher. Clara de Witt And whom did she Jumpuppo Indeed. Jaspar Yc-s-. He said that all men aro finnlly inarry? Kitty Winslow An English noblemerely animals, and yet got angry when man! Truth. 1 called him an ass. Buffalo Express. remonnl Application. Kitty Winslow How a girl changes! I remember thnt Jennie Seamnn tised to l,li- Stuck l'ontH. YEAGER, The Breeder's Gazette publishes an interesting list of trotting sires and dams. :!": 7, FEED AND S.UE fflSU, The stallion list includes horses that have sired IU or nioro colts able to trot in S:M STANFORD, KY. or les. Tho list numbers 120, and at it.s the We head u the famous old Electioneer, with Block are in our new stable in ith Opera House aid are well supplied u ISO colts to hi.i credit that como within the standard figure. Electioneer is now NEWRIGSBND HORSES So yeais old. Besides tho stallion list, Tho Gazette gives also a list of trotting Havebeeu purchased and nothing but mares, with themselves a record of S:!0 turnouts will leavo the suble. or better, that have produced colts equal n Give to the standard performance at the trot. 37 Tho colts us well as the dam aro given. At the head of tho mure table is Beautiful Bells with seven colts whose records range from SMOJ to S:S4. In tho S:!'0 list aro 187 colts whoso dams wero themComes to you every other day in tho year selves S:'50 trotters. The list of mares lor only $2. The cheapest and best paper c gets it three incnlhs. in Kentucky would ha o been still longer only that, Address Tiik Advocatk, Danville, Ky. as Tho Gazette observes, mares that could trot iu less than S:150 earned moro money on the track thau they could havo ..TAKE THE.. dono as breeding animals, and until havo been kept on quite recently they the track till past their prime for production. For ordinary sheep breeders tho early g)) tOUISVItU.HlWAtm'T'i CWC.tOrtrT(5 part of February is about tho best timo to havo lambs come. Newsboy, the Kansas trotter, with a THE POPULAR AND DIRECT record of S:S0, is to be run tho coming -.- LINE TO season as a pacer. A sheep breeder says it is his experience that two February lambs aro worth , And as much as three May lambs. kA&s Moro than half tho diseases to which And poultry is subject aro caused by vermin. Ilorso Judge Pritchard of Ottawa, Ills., says of the proper typo of draft horsa that it is the first business of a draft horso to bo wide iu front, wido in tho Visitors, remember the Morion is the line, with middle nnd wide behind. Vettjbuled Trains, Dining; Cars, Ialace Chair UurTet Sleepers, at lost rates. Tho honey crop Inst year was the larg- Car, Pullman Kor Information address est in five years, but many producers did IAS. MARKER, G P. A.,(Chlcago. not get tho highest price, because they W. G. CRUSHED. P. A., Louisville lid not know now to pack it fcr Market, first-cla- ss YEAGER & tliem Call. THE ADVOCATE 51 OHKCAG, wjbjst JgtDJRTH "WIEST WORLD'S FAIR i i V&il?t -: It - .ijfc-- i 1 ) Semi-Weekly Interior Journal AT Published Evory Tuesday and Friday $11 IMBR. M-Wheu YKiUt IN ADVANCK LOCAL TIME CARD. not aopaul S2.CO will be charge d."o K.C. Train navpa Rowland at 7:00 a. m.t returning 5:2a p. m. LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. ll train coins North. South " " xpress train " South " North ocal Freight North..... ...i3pm 11 51 pm ' South. .53iPm The latter trains alio carry panengers. The above Is calculated on standard time, Solar tins is about to minutes faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. as follows: No. 1, Limited, ia:as p. m ; No. Special, arrives 6.40 p. m. No. 5, 3. Q. &'C. Special, 11:17 a. m.; No. 7,JKast Mail, ar rives 12:13 P m-- i leaves 12:43 P- - m- North-boun- d No. 2, Q.& C, Special, 3:20 p. ra.: No. 4 loaves at cTa. ra. ; No. 6, Limited, 3:13 nm No. "9, Express, arrives 1:32 p.m., leaves 1:3a p. m. .., ,.33- - ,.7 10 am Trains pass Junction City South-bounBlue-Grad ss Ketallntion. colic can almost invariably tclL by their feelings, It Chamberlain' expect an attack IIo had been frequently tho victim of when to and Diarrhoea Remedy is taken an Colic, n I have for nale a limited iiumtxT of Hlack soon Cholera and Light llrahma Kegs for salo from two lea wife's practical jokes. Ho was Iron-ble- d as these symptom appear, they can ward off the very fin pens or fowls. Orders promptly attended keep the such persons most of a neighbor who was called disease, at hand, ready should always use when to. llrahma $t 30 per setting; Langshan $1. Seud for Immediate Hemcdy OKO. C. KKLI.ER. IR-- , in to tell fortunes with tho cards, and needed. Two or three doses ol it at the right time In your order. IIUSTONVILLIi:, KY., SUniuAl, Ky will sao them much nt tho wife's previous suggestion nlwnys McRoberts Druggist, suffering l'or sale by W. II btanford. got tho laugh on him by recalling somo a nlleged incident of hi3 past lifo thnt nev UucHlln'a Arnica Salvo. er occurred, Feeing somo blond woman The best salve In the world tor cuts, bruises chapsalt rheum, fever near him that was going to causo futnro tores, ulcers,chilblains, corns sores, tetter, erup and all skin I have returned from the cities with a nice lino ped hands, trouble, or having him tangled up in n tlons and positively cures piles, or no pay requir- ol Millinery which I will sell for a small proht. givv us scrapo which ho would be tho Inst man ed. It. is guaranteed to i'nco perfect satisfactioc Goods left over, as freshsell this season's Koods, a cents per bos . refunded. from last season, I will at to encounter. The other day ho found a yor sale by A R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. . phrenologist on tho street. jHjrcgrinating COST CASH ONLY. A Million Frlendd. Ho asked tho old fraud to tho houso nud friend indeed, and 'ipt less I ne reason no stock way up that ho had a than friend In need is afound just such a friend in goods so will bethis ts to reduce m biusinets told him on tho able to sell out my one million havo good looking servant girl nt his houro Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, the first opportunity. have never used this I call and who was a jewel in her proper capacity, Coughs and Colds. If you trial will convince you my cordially I invito theladies to ot their examine goods. also solicit a share patrontreat Cough Medicine, one Now is your chance to get in all Unpowers but a good many things had been missed thatithas wonderful curative Lungs. I.ach bot- age. MRS. I. M. llitUCK, and ol the Throat, Chest tauford, Ky. 9 from tho houso since shocamo thero, and cases guaranteed to do all that Is claimed or tiion tle Is whilo ho could prove nothing ho ey will be refunded. Trial bottles free at A. R tho woman. When they reached I'ennj ' diugstore. Largo bot'les jocund $1. tho house, tho wifo was called in, and tho Doaorvlng Pralso. bump interpreter was set to work withWe desire to say to our citirctis. that for years I am selling out all my retail stores and will remain in the wholesale out tho preliminaries of an introduction. wo haebtcn selling Dr King's New Disco ery My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has jutt Irom the Life l)r. IIo thought ho laiow tho lay of tho land for Consumption. iiliT King's New Hitters,Pills. linery, embracingcities with an elegant line of mil- business only. Therefore you can get goods now at your own prices. and incl Klectric 1..'. Amifi and proceeded accordingly. have never handled remedies that sell as well or I am Selling Out Hclow Cost my entire stock of e gnen such universal satisfaction. "This woman," ho said, "has keen per- that have do not hesitate to guaranteo thej oery time and ceptions. Sho is shrowd, but somewhat wesltnd ready to refunc the purchase price If Of the , of which she will have lull control. uese follow their use. satisfactory results after tho manner of a fox. Sho has a remedies have won do not great popularity purely Skealso engaged a : : their grasping disposition and covets any tiling on their merits. A. K. Penny, drugRlst. FIRST-CLAS- S pretty that sho sees. If I owned this Cough Remedy It used The more property, I would keep my spoons and tho better it Chamberlain's know of no other remedy Is liked. We DRESS MAKER. when It is other silver locked up. I would leavo no that always Kles satisfaction. when good cough 011r cold. It is Mrs W T Heard, who by the only money lying around, and as for jew- you first catchyour lungs areRood It is good In Si lentiflcTiulor System cutsthe United Parisian .Entire Stock sore. is seated and In states, any kind of cough. We have sold twenl)-flelry" the inMintoi Garmrnts llasciiu every bottle has civen Mtlslactlon. doien of Dresses and Waists, also Latest Fads in But thero was a sudden breaking up of Stedman it and A Krieman, druggists, Minnesota Lake, Skirts and Wraps. Call and my stock of tho seanco. "John, who is this horrid Minn, so cent bottles for sale by W. II. McRoberts, Millinery before buying ami examine order for leave your your dresses. Thanking yuu for past favors we man? Laughing nt him, aro you? Get Druggist, btanlord. solicit same. out of here, you miserablo old cheat, ycu MA11V DAVIS DUDDF.RAR. yon puppy, leavo this houso boforo I Come early and get bargains, as I must sell out, no matter at what have you kicked out. I'll" But ho was r. STRAW, JK. T r. CLA KKI d gone on n dead run, and when tho price. I don't want to be in the business any longer. Don't miss When rtaby wan slclr, we fjavo her CastorK could regain hi3 breath it was defthis Great Bargain Sale, as it will last for 30 days only. I mean bus When idle w a a Child, alio cried for Castorin. initely nrranged that tho days of his periness and will sell at any price. secution wero over. Detroit Freo Press. When sho became Miss, khe clung to CastorU. ...PkACritAL... Lang-ahaI I Persons who are subject to attack's of billions Eggs For Hatching. MILLINERY. FOR , m-,- IS SELLING OUT BELOW COST 1 1 ENTIRE STOCK, eus-lecte- d ITew Millinery. BA1GAINS, 1 1 AIA THE NOVELTIES scai-n- 1 Clothing, Gents' Furnishing: Goods, Hats, Shoes, Tinware, Etc. .1 v 111 I'rin-ce- s M 11st be So Id in IT. FIELD. 30 Days hns-ban- STRiltJB& CO., Msoufely When hho had Children, sho grvethem CastorU. Pure 'Weill Informed. Plumbers and Steam Fitters. Sustonville, Ky. A cream of tarter' baking now der. Higest of all" in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 Wall St., New York. WmhYMZ. IHi V flHfcp C a. s. price;, SURGEON DENTIST. 73 Dealers in all kinds of Iron and Ilrass Goodsfoi steam and wter. Sanitary Goods of all kinds. All work guaranteed against defective material and 37 My wife was confined to her bed lor over two wisrkmanship. months with a ery severe attack of rheumatism We could not get nothing that would afford he & am relief, and as a last resort cao Chamhc rlaill Pain Halm a trial To our great surprise she began to improve after the first application, abd by using it regularly she was soon able to get up and 1 am all kinds of ready to attend to here house work. E. II Johnson, of C. Paintingagain Trimming do Can be fouud Carriage and at Daugh K. Knutson & Co., Kensington, Minn, so cent bottles for sale by W. It. McRoberts, Druggist, erty's shop, ready to serve the public promptly and well. Stanford. 4 JOHN 11. DeNARDI, Stanford. THK BKST l'LACK TO BUY Carriage Painting Trimming Wall A. R. Paper ! PENNY. ! OfTiceover McRoberts Drug Store in the new Owsley Building. Stanford. All new stock and latest designs. THE 60FFEY HOUSE l M 6biaAv'tsABBOTSrOM IDE3STTO. DDOP ySTtVUIJ fOOIT STANFORD, KY. Kor the painless extraction'tof teeth and other minor surgery. I have tested its virtue sufficiently to know R.C. MORGAN, D. D. S. USA TME AV"" iV"hUt Vjnuwta JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. vum SS5 This Hotel, renovated snJ refurnished, Is now 1 intend to conduct it so as to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to Its long list of friends, bpecial accommodations for commercial travelers and fine rooms.for tht disploy of samples. in iny charge and LINE. NOCTrWET NEW STOCK OK HOBSE STOLEN. $40 Reward for Return ofHorse And Conviction of Thief. years old, heavy mane and tall, knot March 23d a IJAY HORSe 7 011 left hind leg, slight collar mark on left shoulder; in condition; shows harness marks. A literal reward will be given for said horse or for information concerning him. 8 A. H. FISH, Crab Orchard. On the night 01 ordl-uary Miss Pert I am sorry, but I can never accept tho man that snores. Old Jackson But I do not. Who says I do? Miss ''sSrA. Ssrinf.nnurruninoRUcTt3iri 'WTtf' WffSS A7l'l (2feL, V.'AfttftCDVttrtBtTurt ruuinfosrunon moahih& auium U."HW' know. S. & Q.'ri Monthly. Pert Tho lector. IIo ought to 'gJasCPono 'pvtMO. Ill AIFirst-Clas- s Saloon Ginghams. Sateens, Irish Linens, WHITE GOODS AND LACES. Aad MILLIARD and I'UOt, HOOMS attached i7-JMSKIMI COKKKV employees of tho treasury doiwrtment wero coming ont of tho big building, two newsboys stood waiting for tho clerks. The shareholders of n.e lianirmi; Fork ft Green Turnpike ad will meet at Ware's Both boys wero small. Ono was stout, KUer In McMnney R on Co ad Saturday In the i tho other nalo nnd delicate Tho larger store at a p m lor tn purose ol electing a Mav. 1B91, 'resboy cried liiti papers in n strong bass ident and lloard of Directors for the ensuing j ear I 1$ J. W.UlKNS,Priv I havejust returned Iroji the cities, with a large voice, whilo the littlo fellow's voice was and comprehensive n .thrill, piping, high, lyric tenor, with a faraway tone. Tho boy with the bass STOCK OF MILLINERY, voico turncu round, ami with a look 01 '"'The stockholder of the Hush Ilranch which was selected with the greatest care, and to which invito the inspection of the ladies. Miss disgubt nnd contempt said to his com- Ko.vl (.0 are notilievl to mcil at Mut Went samr May, 1E93, tu elect a Hoard of Director fur Nora Welch, who gave much satisfaction, is again panion in tho news business: "Oh, cum day Iho eluuinj )ear 1, with me, and I am in better condition than ever to sell the best uods at the lowest prices. Call off. Wy don't yer git a holler on ye;" UU Ul'W SI).?. Washington Post. A Newsboy's Lungs. Ono afternoon about 4 o'clock, aa the Turnpikc'Elcctlon. mn im mam mi The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Chronic Disease Specialist in the State. Custom will : Made CZ.OTSISTC Call : Shoes, our stock. FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Turnpike Election. Tu-nni- For Men, Youths and Children, cost you nothing to look. and examine It 111 lBlsHsSSsflsA'JsBS9sCSSSSsWj HRrAttsUlHHU W. 33. PERKIBTS,Ky. Crab Orchard, 4TJ 114U MISSLICCIKREAZLEV. TurnpilcG Election. d X. POWXXI., GENERAL STORE, LOO AN AVKN'UK, C Stanford, : : Kentucky, Always'selU j;ood lower than any one else in town. S'ew stock of Fruits every 1 nday. a well known poet and bis wifo, and after awhilo ho said to his little girl, who was playing about tho room, "Go up btairs and tell your mamma Mr. and ilrs. aro hero." Tho child went nnd after The stockholders of llr Stanford .V lluitonville awhile returned, resuming her play. Turnpike Road Co. will hold their annual election at school for a lloard "Did you tell your mamma'"" asked tho houe, President and at a p. of DirectorsSaturday Turnersvllle, in. the 1st poet. "Oh, yes." "And what did she May. 1893 J K. CASH, 1'ies Bay?" Tho littlo girl shrugged up h6r What Sho Sulci. Somo peoplo wero calling on The toekholdirs of the HuMonvllle - O.lffj's Co. will meet at Dr. Hr wn s Mill Turnpike etlice in Ilustonville i't Saturday in May, iHjj, at a p. m to electa President and Heard of Direct jrs O. C l.YON, I'res for the ensuing jcar. Bo 'sMsBv sHsssss. assssssssssW IL WEAKEN, Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in . TurnnilccElcction. 111 Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, m from which I can supply any quantity ol Jersey milk to tho people of btanlord und How-lan- d at the following prices, delivered. Fresh Milk, per gallon to centi 10 cents Skimmed Milk, ptr gallon 8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon I will make two trips daily. The patronage of the G. A. I'KVTON, public is solicited. Stanford, Ky yr. gi-- t Dair, I will open on January 13th, 1893. a Kirst-Cla- ss Noticoto the Traveling Public. I have had have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Statt and 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. D. E. Proctor, C. II. Braum, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. K. I). Johnson, New Haven, Jim Cox, Greensburg. Rates $1 per day. J. M. I'etrey, clerk. Give me a call. F.W. CARRIER, Prop. oo,y At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of the best saloons In the State, open day and night; anight man meets all trains. In connection with House the; shelton house Court journals always contain smart sayings attributed to royal babies. King Alfonso XIII of Spain is only 0 years old, The annual meeting for the election of a but when ho was coufined to his room in ident and iUiu ot liirectork for the Knob PresLick Sovillo from illness the prime minister, Turnpike Co. will be held at the I'lrst National Hank of Stanford the 1st Saturday in Senor Canovas, came in and called him and stockholders are hereby notified. May, 1893, by his iet name. CLIKTON FOWI.KR, Pres. ,s "Ah," said ho, "how is Alphonsito today!" Tho littlo king looked up severely. "To mamma I am Alphonsito," said The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Turnpike. be; "to you I am king." Detroit Freo Turncrsvillo, McKliiuey ft Coffey's Mill Saturday Hoad Co. will be held at McKmncy 1st purpose of electing Press. in May, 1893, at a p. m. for the Biiouldcrs, twisted her faco into nn pre&sion of unspeakablo ennui and The annual meeting of tho stockholders of the plained, "Sho said well, sho said, 'Oh, Stanford & Hails Cap Turnpike Uoad Co for the dear!' " Tableau. Springfield Union. election of a l'resideut and lloard of Directors for the ensuing ear will be held at Vandcveer's store in Stanford on the 1st Satnrday in May, '93, Smart Young Kins;. at a p. in. J E. LVNN, l'res. ex-ex- Turnpike Election. J. S. APPLEMAN THE CELEIIKATKD TiirnpikcElcction. English Specialist. Formerly Piolcssorof Practico of Medicine, TORONTO, CANADA. Now Ksammlng Physician of the Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat M. D.. Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Huggy and Wagon Harness, Saddles, Fields, Paled Hay, &c. i .! Electrical Medical Collogo, Southern Medical Institute, I.OUISVILLIJ, KY. Farmers Rank&Trnst Co FIRST NATIONAL BANK OT STANFORD, KY., Is now lull OK orgauued and ready - for business witb STANFORD, KY. Turnpike Election. lor the ic Paid up Capital of Surplus, SUCCESSOR to Til i BANK OK - $200,000. 'l 000. ' i Capital Stock Surplus inaiinisisine oniy national provisions $200,000 20,500 An Honest Auctioneer. a President and lloard of Directors ensu- ing jear, II.I'. OOODK, Pres. THE RILEY HOUSE am bettar "We will offer for salo this afternoon, ladies and gentlemen," said tho auctioneer, "a largo nnd varied collection of Columbus portraits, all of which aro warrcntcd genuino oil paintings, and no two are alike." Then the crowd rushod up and bought, for they knew tho auctioneer told tho truth. Troy Press. Legion. Returning etory four weeks during the year. Dr. Appleman is a graduate cf llellevuc HospitTho annual meeting of the stockholder" of the al Medical College, New York City, and the ElecHuslonvllle A Carpenter's Cretk l'urnpiko Co. trical Medical College, Toronto, Canada. He has Saturday ill vade a special study ot the diseases he treated in will be held at Hustonville on the May, 1833, at a p. m. for the purpose of electing the great llellevuc and Charity Hospital for several years and recognires no superior in diagnosing officers for tho ensuing year and treating Chronic Diseases. He devotes all W. D. WKATIIKKrUKII, ITc. 15 his time to the treatment of chronic and nervous diseases of both sexes and his skill as an expert in this class ot cases is well established. Treats sue. Turnpike Election. it Will be at Myers House, Stanford Tuesday, April 25, one day only. NATIONAL' KilvrniNit II vr aVi-- - Turnpike Election. cessfully,and F.B BILBY.lProprletor, Tho strength of tho ant is prodigions. - - - Kentucky. And thero I is tho bat; Vhat wonderful London, prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience desired. Give me a call.tttM I have moved to my new Hottlland rtrength has the bat! Think bow many men cau go on one of them. liazctte. He Loved He Once. Ha loved rue once! Ob, days divinely glad, My heart, I thought, would never moro be Bad! Elmira FRANK RILKY. meeting'of the stockholders or tho Stanford Milledgevllle Turnpike Co. lor the election of a President and lloard of Directors for the ensuing Acute and Chronic Catarrh TJI-- t- ..K in Ears year will bclheld at McCormacks May 6, 1801 Deafness, Diseases of r.ye, r.ar, Nose, Throat W. W. McKlTTlUCK, Pre 5 Lunes. Kidney. Urinary and Madder troubles. Ilnght's Disease, Diabetes, Dyspepsia, Coosti- Rheumatism aud Paralysis, Kpilcpsyor 'its positively cured. Young or middle aged men suffering from Spermatorrhea, Impotency, Eruptions, the results of errora or excesses, should call before It is too late e room and see the We surantee a cure if case has not gone too far. Call at the Superfluous hair and all eruptions of the fact permanently removed. A Permanently Cures ..... Now closing up) with the same assctiand uadai ine same management. 11 y provisions of its chatter, depositors are as fuilr protected as aie depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held Individually liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to ths amount invested in such shaies. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their buislness to m while innagiog the Lincoln National Iiank ol Stanford, we we here lender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their busineat with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty yeara", experience is banking and as liberal accommodations as arc con tittcot with sound banking. DtaiCToas: Mt. Vernon; J. M.Hall, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; S.J. Embry, Stanford ; J. K. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, MllledgtvilU; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Cooch, Sunlord, Ky. S. U. Shanks, Praaident. J. II. Owsley, Cashier. Attention of the public Is invited to the fac iiank in Stanford i unuer the of the National Hank Art depositors arc secured not only by the canital stock, but by the stockholders liability for an amount equal lo the slock, so that depositors of this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank are tuade each yearto the Uuited States government and its assets are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing addiliioaa and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1I5S, then ned as the National llank of Stanford in 1I05 and again re. organised aa the Hirst National Dank ol Sunlord in iS8, has had practically an uninterrupted existenceof 31 years. It is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounta of corporations, fidu- , THE P.O. MILLINERY. post-offic- J.J, Williams, W. C. ST7TCHZXTGS. rKoriurroR Kartli fsceued a paradlao of perfect bliss, Where boul with boul was wedded la uklas. Of Millinery in town He loved me once! Flowod soft and sweet as shimmering summer 1 earns, And all the passionate joys of lovo I knew When to his breast my trembling form he Largest and Best Selected Stock Blood and Skin Diseases. arc goods and The prices Uu wuKiuuui rcspccuuiiy SOUTha Directory of this llank it composed 01 T. J. Poster, of Stanford; Korestus.'Reid, Lincoln county; J.W. Hayden, Stanford; S.H. Baughman,LmcoIa, M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Hocker. Stanford; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. .....w, ....... C- 4 Livery and Feed",Stable, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. - Hours of delightful dreams bound to please you. to MRS. I'. T. COURTS FOR SALE PUBLICLY. OnCounty Court Day May 8. In front ol Court hoase at n o'clock 1 will sell publicly my House and lot containing one acre on , also a piano Danville Turnpike near for sale, privately. R. C. Having purchased of A. T.Nunnelley his ery business J can be found at hisold stand ready to wait on the public at any time day or night Nothing but livFIRST-CLAS- S drew. : TURNOUTS 1 low aa the lowest. Rowland 'but line. l.illl(iM mv stable and my prices will be as Don't forget my Stanford and He loved no once! It was too sweet to last. My heaver now is dark and overcast. I doiairlng mourn? Not much; I'll Shall cue For heavy damages and get It too. Menstruation, Displacement ol Womb, bearing down paina in back, relieved in short time. ne uocior carries an . wuhamic insirurncnis and comes prepared to examln e tne most obscure surgical cases. medical and He undertakea no incurable diseases but cures hundreds given up iodic. A As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, "tc, cured by never failing remedies. Diseases of women, such at Leucorrhea, painful W.M. Bright, Teller. OFFICERS : I. S. Hocker, Freiidcut;! JohoJJ. McRoberts, Cashier) W. G. Welch, Stanford; W. .P.Tate, Stanford. Falls Branch Jellico Goal Co., Miners and shippers of the GEN U1NX A. A. McKinney, Assistant Caahler. CONSULTATION FREE And Confidential. Address J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D., Louisville, Ky, Original Jellico Coal. Rowland. DR. W. B. PENNY Try it We are the sole agents ENGLEMAN.JR.. for Stanford and Office corner ot Depot street and Dentist OBce South aid Main street, in offic recta racattd by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. V --Truth. Stanford, Ky I0C,NS WATTS. i'f I tfifrtitfrfai rasaggft mtm IfVisrV &sXSil ifQS sfsVBki.Gl .- Bt - MaBSSMas :. iaSJlTasl1tMi - fc sw IslIaMawf . . t1 T r . . u 4.k ajbl M. Jl &. 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