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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893042801 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. Hsiirmff s em-tmff- irf Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXI. Bobbltt In tho Mountains. Kdllor Interior Journal. J BAitiiouitviu.K, April 25. I ntn i Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. APRIL 28. 1893. DANVILLE. A HUSTONVILE. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. NO. 17 Call and sec our l Mr. Jack Dodd, father of Mr. Win. boy is a lato arrival at tho homo There will bo a gospel temperance now Dodd, was buried nt the cemetery hero Hireling at tho Baptist church Saturday of Mr. J. C. Mosonheimer. beautiful attending circuit court nt this NEW Sunday. Biand Johnson has entered tho There wero short but night. mountain city. Col. Clark Ib making a religious Horvices at tho. grave, business on Main street, east of Nelson Burdett, who had his leg judgo that la giving tho moat universal Rev. W. W. Bruce officiating. broken by a young horse, is able to bo did not Second. Saves time labor and expense oatlafaction to tho peoplo. IIu9tonvilIo has a great many chil- out on crutches. Tho Hoy wood Company of New us for liim to ho as able think it Tho prospects aro that a largo crowd attorney, York Stars held forth to a good homo dren and grand children of Momua. Ina judgo as Cominon.wealth'fl Guaranteed to be deed some of them a'o bo hypercritical will attend tho concert to be given by Wednesday night. Id able, rapid ami indunlrioua. hut hi! toRyan Commaudery No. 17, Knights (for mercy's sake don't eay hypocritical) the baud boys at the a beautiful, pale, sorrow-strlck- . Templar, met last night (Thursday) for that if you hear of tho suicide of yorr night. in willow, droned in the dark weeds of the election and installation of olliccrs. correspondent you may know ho is A protraeted meeting will be held niourninir; camo insido of tho crowded Tho family of Commissioner of Ag- driven to despair in the vain attempt to at the Presbyterian church, commencand bar. Her Bon had been murdered And to give satisfaction. riculture Nicholas McDowell, which has wrestle with orthography and syntax in ing next Wednesday night. The local she wbh seeking tint enforcement of the been in Frankfort for several months, a manner to escape all tho "Momuses" in pastor will be assisted by Rev. McDonlaw in tho great tomjdo of juntico. I has town. returned to Danville. ald, of Lexington. aroso mid offered my chair, which oho Mrs. C.itnnltz entertained tho young Mrs. Dr. Maxwell, of Lebanon, and Saturday, Juno 21th, is the day on took. Judgo Clark uaid, "If Mr. Hobbitt MrB. Dr. GriiiHtead, of Glasgow, aro vis- people very charmingly last Friday evwhich the whisky vote will bo taken. iloi-not want to pay a lino of $5 ho had iting tho family of ening. Ttioio present were Misses Edna The booths will bo in tho same place Prof. W. W. 0. better keep his neat." "I lind rather pay Camnitz, Helen Taylor, Irma Morse, Sa they wero last November; two in the on Lexington Avenue, a tine of $5 than to keep my went while n -- Mrs M. K. Caldwell, wife of S. S. die Hawkins, Georgio Newbern, Dolly Park and one at the lady BtandB," whs Bobbin's gallant reCaldwell, died on Wednesday evening of Alcorn, irgiuia Hawkins, Fannio AdJudgo James Hemphill ha3 accepted ply. A mulllod applause ran thro' the pneumonia. Religious services at tho mits, Alice Drye, Bertha Morse, IdaGos-noldan- d tho position of and salesbar and I wan not lined. Messrs. Howard Camnitz, Sam men In II. T. Louan's clothing store. family residence. Burial at tho Parka-vill- e splendid Ramsey Is making Lusk, Reuben Givens, Mosea and Tilden Rev. N. Gillam and wife have returned Cemetery Friday. attorney. Hecently at one Tim Ix'xington cnnvnration'Iof the Cook, GeorgoGoode.Sid Adams, McKeo to their home in Richmond, Ind. R. L. of his mountain ccurta he sent ten to the Dioceho of tho Episcopalian church, Riffo, Burdett Powell, Higginn Woods' Elkiu, of Surveyor Collier's office, Loupenitentiary. which had been iu AThere since and others, whose names I failed to got. isville, is hero on a visit to his mother. Barbourvillo Is a beautiful little city, Walker and John Hunn, of Shelby Mrs. W. 0. Hutchings, of Stanford, was Monday, adjournal Tuesday evening on the Cumberland river, has a lino Mission work and matters of special in- City, were visiting Pope Hawkins Satur- here thin week to see Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. brick college building in a lloiirinliliiK terest to ministers were tho subjects con day and Sunday. Judge Camnitz ia in Stormes, who aro slowly recovering their condition and many tasteful residences, sidered. Delegates present were Res- - Cincinnati. Mrs. Charlotte Green has health. Tho Misses Oweicy, of Hubble, both of brick and frame. Tho location gono to visit her daughter, Miss Mary visited friends in town Monday. Judgo J. II. (Jalbreath, Beatty ville; E. A. is quito lovel, tho city 1J milea long, dec AT, Tom, nt Jellico. Dr. Alcorn is expecting M. D. Hughes went to Gum Sulphur the SneadjMiddlea-bororoFrankfort; II. II. trie ligbta, street cars and lovely mounDr. Win. Cheatham, of Louisville, to first of tho week on business. Miss Pat-tiW. G. McCready, Winchesand tains nil around, donning their verdant make him a visit soon. Henry CarpenBeasley leaves next week for a visit strangely doffed ter. robes of green to bo Mr. Benjamin Swope, of thiscouu-ty- , ter, who recently secured a position at to friends in Georgetown and Midway. when winter 001111, the time they need committed suicide Wednesday morn- the Lily coal mines, is spending n few The applications for an order to take clothing most' ing by cutting his throat. Ho had been days with his mother. Miss Lena Yow-e- ll a vote in Precincts 1, 2 and 3 upon the Theie Is a full docket and n crowded living with his brother-in-law- , has returned from a pleasant visit to liquor question in June wero heard by With Better House- Mr.Th09. The case of tho CommonFloyd, on tho Lexington pike, near Dix Danville. Juno Reid is up from Knox-vill- e Judge Robinson on Monday and Tueswealth vs. Mcllarguo for murdering lor a abort visit to the homo folks day. Gen. Landram, on behalf of tho River, for three months past. Soon afyoung Saddler at Corbln baa been set for ter breakfast ho left the houso and was and but I won't tell who else. Miea W. C. T. U., objected to any action furtrial Wednesday, this by change of venfound dead an hour later in a field near Fannio Spears, who has spent the win- ther than reception of tho applications ue from Whitley. Tho Williamsburg by, by Jas. Simpson and Tom May, col- ter with relatives in Wewahitchka, Fla., and a continuance of same until the bar is hero almost to a man. ANDored. He was 71 years old, unmarried, ia expected homo iu a few days.. Mr. next regular term of the court, upon tho I am now only about 30 miles from tho bad health for some VanArsdale has gono to Washington ground that they had been handed to ami had been in onco famous Magic City, Middltaboro. I Ho had a sister and other near county to try tho water of Tatum's Weil tho judge on the Saturday morning pre'TU said the great time. wish I could go up. relatives who Buffered from mental for rheumatism. Mr. Fold, tins mer- vious, and not received or deposited in city Is about to shake oil' tho mud and troubles. Ho left a noto directing tnat chant, is going to move his goods back court when tho same was in session pririso again. to Cincinnati. Arthur Carpenter will or to the present term. This motion the For serving the public. Come to see us. ' What a beautiful country Eastern his brother, Jesso K. Swope, settle up go with him. his estate without giving bond. The court overruled, and the case waa thereKentucky is, where old naturo smiles upon argued by Messrs. Tomlinson and note was dated tho 5th of tho present CRAB ORCHARD. with such .wild, savage grandeur! I month. In it no reference was made to Herndon in opposition and Col. Welch never tiro of beautiful mountain sceneThere will boa praise service at Mrs. in behalf of tho applicants, at the concomtemplated suicide. His estate is ry. Tho hills are covered with green Stephenson's Music will bo clusion ol which tho court decided to worth from JS.000 to $10,000. r. l. Austin; D. K. CAMrnELL. and naturo even festoons with vines and the principal feature, for music and tem- ordr r the vote to bo taken in all the preCikcuit CofiiT. Since your last (lowers tho rude unfeeling rocks. tho following appears on the order perance go hand fn hand, each strength- cincts, but that a majority of the aggreThe Intkuior JouB.VAi. comes here.' It book: Sallie E. Pipes vs. the L. & N. R. ening tho other. All aro invited who gate vote cast was to determine the goes wherever the footprintn of progress R , trial and verdict of $S00 for plaintiff feel an interest iu tho cause. question as to all three of the precincts. have left their traces upon the Kinds of Mr. W. K. Buchanan spent Sunday The arguments of counsel wero able and for injuries sustained by defendants not & F. E. ItomiiTT. clviUxatfon. stopping tho train sufficiently when tho witli his family and on his return to Dil- - exhaustive and occupied a considerable plaintiff wanted to get off; A. L. Brack lion Monday took Walter with him. J. portion of both days. Tho applications Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st.; wareroom, paint MIDDLEBURG. ett, contempt, jail 12 hours. Tho grand W. Guest, of Danvilltt, win iu town this were presented by each precinct sepaand repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. N. McAnlnch and William jury returning no indictment ngainRt week. Miss Alice Moore, ono of our rately. -- Col. H. .ick Nance for attempted rapi, and prettiest girls, attended tho hop at Cloyd Bhlpped a car load of hogs to CinCHURCH AFFAIRS. Springs and had a delightful Nannio Parks for grand larceny, defendcinnati. unIntime. ants were discharged from custody. 63Sign Work, artistic and plain, ""a We guarantee Rev. Claudo Wilson, a young minis- A specialty. The poHtolIko question is, still There was a fight at the depot hero ter of Columbus, O., committed suicide settled and tho applicants don't reht well dictments returned R, C. Hopson, gam work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage- - solicited.' ing; Mollio Scott, Maine Harris, Kate Saturday night and two men were badly because his eyesight failed him to such o' nlghtn. disorderly bona-ep- ; cut by John Warren. John Noakes was an extent as to necessitate a postponeCAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky. E. 1. Claypool has moved his store Lee, Mrs. Clin" Clark, I concealed weapon and cut in tho neck and Louzi Bakor receiv- ment of his coming marriage. (irovo to Duncan .Station and Miss from Mr. J. C. Hays, who is just from Alice Minohum is acting as postmaster 1 unlawful shootiug; Joe tioiugs, selling ed a bevere cut in the side. It all occutcases; B. Beddow, kiiiu1, - caa ed over a- lmiuh of cunta 11ml th fren in- - Sanibol Island, says that Bro. Barnes whisky, nlGrovo. case; 1.. 11. diligence of whisky. Tho cutting may will leave there May 15 to hold a meet Miss Minnie Dinwiddie, of Huston- - e.; uuna. 1 eiser, same, May 1st to take charge Cheatham, Kato Iaiv, M. Worley, Matuu prove serious, if it it as reported. ing near Jacksonville, Fla , afterwards ville, will bo hero Mr. J. T. Chad wick had quite an ex- lie will go to Atlanta, where ho will also millinery department at J. M. Harris, same, l case each. of tho Mr. James Whitcomb Riley, famil- perience with a tramp a few days since. hold a meeting. The programme now ia Durham' store. Miss D. has had experience in tho business, iarly known as the "Iloosier Poet," and Ho was nice looking, youthful, pleasant for him to reach hero about Juno 15. of face and maimers and applied to Mr. having been in the employment of Dav- Mr. Douglas Sherley, the Kentucky The Glasgow Timea Bays that Rev. Will I find such and such an article? is a question that you often hear ljulsville, for several gave a moat enjoyable entertain- Chadwick for work. Ho engaged him, J. M. Bruce, pastor of the Baptist church id Baird k Sons, asked. To ment, consisting of recitations from tho but uot having enough to keep him bu- there has received a very ilattering call years, and Is Baid to be very tasty. sy, advised him to do odd jobs around to tho strongest church in Jessamine John Wilcher returned from Leo workH of each of them, at tho Opora Houeo Tuesday evening. Tho selections town and come to his house for break- county and is considering tho advisabilProf. Griffin, of county last week. fast, Biipper nnd bed. Tho boy worked ity of accentinc it. Tho paper adds: Ab is here instructing tho band boys. wero admirably suited to the occasion. Mr. Riley was introduced as "tho Robert a few days and gave satisfaction, but ono a man aud minister, Mr. Bruce has enocKev. W. J. Ward, of bomerset, wlio Many of them for you we give a partial list of morning when Mr. Chadwick called him deared himself both to his congregation cupies a prominent placo in tho hearts Burns of America," a most appropriate estimation of those who, hav- to get up he was missing; also a fine and to tho community nnd tho news of tho people here, attended a meeting title in the trustees of Janio Wash ing heard him, know much nature and overcoat belonging to C, nnd was no oven of hia contemplated change of resi ol tho boaid of to bo seen. A fow days after this dence will bo heard with universal re Institute Uht Saturday. Our old friend, unpolished pathos there is in "Hadder where posi- Gray," and how much homely humor Mr. Chadwick saw a man with his overgret. J. A. Cliappell, who holds down n Is iu "Real Life People," "Hooiier coat on and asked him where ho &ot it. Last Sunday was the '2 1th anniverea. tion nt Wade's distillery, at Mt. Salem, there DRESS GOODS: Wool Dress Goods in all the new shades and Excentricitks" and other selections Tno boy had sold it to him for $1.50 ry of Dr. DeWitt Talmago'a pastorate at waa In town Friday. Slier-leywhich was gladly refunded by tho own- tho Brooklyn Tabernacle and he preach- weaves; China Silks, Challics, French Ginghams, Satte'ens, OrganMrs. Win. Miller, who is a success' submitted to the audience. Mr. "Vassa" is a weird conception and er. No tramp need over apply to him ed a sermon appropriate to tho occasion. dies, Dotted Swisses, Plain and Figured Pongess, Lotos Cloths, Bel fill raiser of poultry, was nunoyod by the ' hawk, which was admirably rendered. It is crisp, for bed or board iu tho future. His con- A paragraph from it is as follows: We fast Lawns, and nearly every other kind of Cotton Goods made. frequent raids of a 'sassy and peculiar to tho author, fidence iu that class ia somewhat shak- have received mto our membership persisted in carrying off two or three of dramatic We carry a better line of Trimmings than you usually find, such as She procur- Homuthing that could uot be pronouue-e- J en. thousands of souls, but they I think aro spring chickens dally. her Silks, Velvets, Guimp in Black, Tinsel and Gilt, &c. uuworthy of Edgar Allen Poe. Mr. only a amall portion of tho multitudes HUBBLE. ed a shotgun and waited for him. Soon HOSIERY for Ladies, Men Children and Boys in Hermsdorf, Sherley attended Centre College some wiio, coming from all parta of tho earth, a noiso in the poultry yard brought her There will bo preaching here oil tho 15 years ago and has yet many friends have in our houso of God been blessed Pcerles and Silver Crown, Fast Black. to tho door gun Iu bond. Seeing the 3th Sunday in April. aud saved. Although wo have as a sitting on a post not many rods here, who believe in him. Ilia "Valenhawk CORSETS P. D., Warner's, Warner's Waist, Centuay, Tricora, Kverybody is planting com since Courier-Journa- l church raised 11,100000 for religious puraway she took aim and llred. Of what tine," contributed to tho tho cold wave passed by. French Strip, Silver and Thompson's Glove-fittinFeb. Uh last, waa a generous and poses, yet wo aro in tho strange position transpired during tho next few minutes, . Dr. Herrin thinks Mrs. Catherine manly paper, wherein ho "touched up" Our Shoe stock is complete. The expression of every one is that of not kuowing whether in two or throe have no recollec-tionMrs. Miller seemB to Blackerby will be up again soon. months we ahall have any church at all, our Carpets arc the prettiest line they ever saw. coming to herself again, how- in a scathing manner the Walnut street On D. N. Prowitt Bold his youug bay of Louisville, who anil with audiences of thousands of peoever, she discovered that bIio had either Methodist brethren maro to J. A. Hammonds for f 100. knock- - instead of telling poor Alex Alverson to ple crowded into this room and tho ad or had .niiil tho hawk entirely as no trace of go and Bin no more, tried to send him to A. O. Carman's fine young tnulo got joining roomB, wo ara confronted with ed It to "kingdom come," pas the penitentiary for tlvo years for confis- Its leg broke while running in the tho question whether I shall go on with ture. it could be found. Later developments, cating Tliero is much good in a Baughmau boys, of Hedgevilie, my work hero or go to Bomo other field. that she had aimed Tho however, showed was man who had tho courage to writo such sold :0 hoga weighing 200 pounds to E. What au awful necessity that wo ohould well, aa a remnant of Ii'ib hawkshlp a paper, and that he is a thoughtful and P. Woods at 5Jc. have been obliged to build three imfound in an adjoining field, eomo 200 cultivated one, who Is to be more widemense churches, two of them, destroyed Miss Fiorono Ford, of Caldwell yards away. ly known in tho world of letters, many been vialtlng Miss Mattio White by fire! On account of the Na- who heard him Tuesday night trust and and made many friends. LIBERTY. . Low Rates. Convention Republican League believe. White sold a lot of corn at tho Ed tional A. good crowd wasiu town Monday, to pen last week at $2.50. John U Clubs tickets will be sold at li fares Of tho 1S,!UX) Btudenta who have county court day, but uothingof importtickets on Bale sold hiabay mare to Bertram Spratt Iouisvillo and return, 17th graduated from Harvard, 0,300 aro livance before the court. for 12o. May 10th to 13th. On May d4th to New stock, styles and shades. Miss Ida Wright, of Bradfordsville, to Glasgow Junctiou ing. Walker MisaMyra Owsley and Will inclusive ticketa round-triThe C. & O. has built a monster loia visitiug the family of W, II. Wilkinwero not hurt in their wreck of last will bo sold at ono faro for the of Rolling withSl.SOadded for round trip from comotive for exhibition at tho World's Sunday night. Tho buggy was only a son aud Miss Jennie Ellis, ' Mammoth Cave, Pair. It ia twice tho sia of an ordina- little torn up. Mr. Boumo Pennington, Fork, ia on a visit to G. A. Prewitt. Glasgow Junction to Married, on last Thursday, by Rev. 21st, on account of ry freight engine. of Middleaboro, Is visiting at S. E. OwsKood returning May The whisky men at Pinevillo have ley's. Josiah Wilsou, Mr. John Justice, to Miss Conclave of Knights Tern-la- r Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, the ItU annual by the aamo on Kentucky at Mammoth Cavo May adopted a novel schemo to educate pubVirgil Dooliu, of Pulaski, has Nancy E. Rdburu; also Mr. of Landreth's Garden Seed at day, Wm. Justice to Miss Maround-tri- p rate lic sentiment up to tho been up looking around among our pret- the anno 17th and 18th. Tho Mammoth Cavo point by opening a aaloou where for ono ty girls. Look out, boys, ho is from tho ry F. King, daughter of Robt. King. from Junction City to will be weok liquor will bo Berved freo to all mountains and it is risky to givea mounwill bo $1 OS; from ainmuru A ',2I000 pound cheese ia on its way A., L. & N, coiners. Tho object is to "diown" out tain man an equal show In the affairs of New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. 53.23. W. W. I'enn, T.il from Canada to Chicago. tho prohi's by this method. this life. City. iner-cnutil- o ivo PROCESS STOVE. 1 tioa-jibl- court-hous- e To-dn- y PERFECTLY SAFE. W. H. WESREIM& CO. Griu-stea- d court-hous- e. book-keep- er We are Back -- sen-do- OUR - OLD --- - STAND, Pe-nic- k, o L. AMG.E1 -- STOCK GREATER : FACILITIES STEPHENS & KNOX. t. o NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL AUSTIN, Fro'rs. Lin-niet- tn House Painting and Paper Hanging White-Cotto- n, 1 . - w 1 liter-ateu- r, WHERE : En-bank- s, WHAT WE : KEEP. 's g. 1 $2.-1- SKVKBANCBS & SON. SEASONABLE GOODS. Col-lege.h- uder-woo- d WALL PAPER & ALABASTINE p Carriage and. Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. license-grantin- W, Bo McMBIEBT Junction .t.A.ttj.' dfffc mz&52ZMk tgfrHrktcJ'Twy?V I ;. I' THE THIRD PERSON. A r O I . t & JfcS I 'K J W. ! ir r IK fc r- - KA MAMItKINO, By ABDAlil-AG. & C. P. CECIL, PROPS. ho Difficult and strewn with hardships as n great hutry, but nt the roiut-houIsireofMattloII. 2:1 U. Geneva S. 2:11, is the rolo of tho third person, I have stopped and climbed up tho lightning seen ono or two women who made it nn rod to the top of tho roof. He then slid Bettie Jones 2:HI and others. GAMKETTA The World In I'ull r Wrrchrd am illustrious success. down the incline nnd continued to do Ucconl '2:'2'2l First dam Kllii Ilupkiut, by Octoroon. In each case they wero women of exi"rlriil.lilp Cniurd Iiy TliU Third Tarty, nearly 500 people hnd list nt ycitrh, in Sire of thirty-on- e treme unselfislmess, infinito tact and this till a crowd of Second dam Mollic Winfrey, by A vent's making him tho greatest sire that over Says Ulla Wlieolcr Wilcox AlnujH In gathered to see his peculiar antics. He great delicacy of mind. They wore, too, Alme, sire of William Singerly 2:101 and lived at that uge. llio ay nnd Ncsi-- Ilnppy. womrn of good balance nnd practical now sleeps with one log rhnincd to the J (l'nll brother to The Klmr aSUli " A.. Xora (1.2:23. ICopyrlslit, ISO, ly American Prfu Associasenso and with a broad view of lif nnd bed. of V2 in 2:U0 list, und Count Wilkes, Mio All rights rcscn !. tion. friendship. Rev. I. S. McKlroy, who, in co opQuinine S. will make the season of Mill Lndy 2.10 at one )ear of age, nnd "t, They knew when to b absent and eration with Chancellor Hlnnton, .raised two others.) ISM nt my farm, nenr Danville, when to bo present, when to listen nnd 500,000 for tho Southern Presbyterian Siio bv (icorgo Wilkes Q:'2'2. (Sire of when to talk, how to sietk of each friend Theological Seminary Endowment nnd llnrry Wilkts '.Mil J. nnd 77 others in the At $25 to Insure ft Living Oolt. 2:150 list, and of dams of OS.) to tho other without arousing enmity or building, has resigned 1st dam Jewell (dnm of the King jealousy, and they wero wonnu who felt $40,000 for Jho Gnmbetta Wilkes 2.22J and llililn Clay iji' securo in their own worth nnd in thoir his position ns agent for the Seminary. A. W. SMITH, i jr'I w 2:.'t5J. and full Kluler to Hlaek Marin, ;t Paris Kentucdian. power to keep their places in tho hearts fif&' 17 Danville, Ky. mile iccord 7M). bv (illl's Vermont (ire has planted Stonewnll Jackson of their friends. of Homier Hoy 2:2:1, and ol iImins ol 12 in and The woman who is thy faithful and a pprig of ivy from Martin Luther's grave jj.e. most uuiicuic post VI iripi 2:150 INt ) A tion m hfo to occupy tried friend is worthy of respect nnd ou that of her husband. gracefully and without praise, but tho woman who can be tho C. CLAY 476b. Will give a causing friction on cither sido ia that of third party is worthy of still greater adr If so get posted old llecord 2:18. Ark You Goino? Sired by Second Jewel 4S. miration, since tho successful third party tho third porsou. Dam llowemi Webb lluxtll Hay horse. Foaled 1SS1. and go the best way. Tho World's ahead Tlio world ia f nil of wrecked loves and must bo also tho good friend. 1 his fancy bred stallion will make the season ol Sired by Oil i ban 2.!M. Sire of Cyclone M milea call or Stanford, Tho most sublimo devotion of friend- Fair opens May 1, and from tho South friendships caused by this third party. 1S9.J at Cook's Sprint; 2:23 nml'llvo other, and ulrti of the dniii Not through designing malice, but ship brings its own reward, but tho sac- and Southern Ohio, tho route via O. H. At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. of twt and gramUiru of !51 with rorortli through tactless blundering or stubborn rifices and forbenranco of tho success- it D. oilers the most advantages both in of 2. !I0 or better ) unelaoticity, is tho disaster brought ful third party aro seemingly without Money due hcn colt ia loaled, marc parted dam Soprano (dam of F.inlneneo comfort and points of interest. The C. or bred to another horse. ulih recompense. Yet their omission is tho about in nine cases out of ten, at H X n. in mnnection with tho Motion Second Jewel, by Cunningitiam'sJcHcl: he by 2: IS, (J. F. Hay 2:1S, Slrathbriilgo 2:25 J, Tho peoplo who have successfully sourco of unlimited misery and trouble. Washington Denmark. sister and grandnm of Hrown Silk running Pullman Ualcorn; lewcl a ist dam by McDonald' played tho rolo in life's drama aro ex In this kaleidoscopic life of constant is the only line to Solo 2:2.SJ and Stelnway 2:2 J), bv trains with dining cars between dam by Well's Crusador. surprising changes tho friendship which Ciuciunnti nnd Chicago. The unequal!-tt- l WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE Charley's dam, Kowena Webb Kutull, it one nl Stratbinoro (the sire of Santa Clans 2:17, ceedingly rare. the finest walking animals on earth, h.ivlng met and II olherc, and of the tlitniH of S" in A greater array of unusual qualities demands a monopoly is of practically service of this route has earned for it nnd defeated all the crack walkers cf Central 2:S10 nro required for tins iosition than al- littlo use. It is tho friendship which the title of tho "World's Fnir ltouto." Kentucky including itallions and geldings She 2.1 dam Ahbi-(dam of Solo 2:28 and is by I'unk'a Nimpter Denmark, by (ioolard'a will bear tho strain of intmsion, nnd Purchnso tickets via tho C. II. it D. For most any other calling in lifo demands. ..MONDAY Sumpter Denmark, by Gaines' Denmark ttc id Sieinway2:2i W. Wood 2:07, Cricket Innumerable illustrations of the which proves itself elastic enough to rates, and full information call on or dam the Tompkins mare 2:10, t'oasar 2:K nnd other, nnd sire of Btreugth and durability of friendship be- cover tho position of third party without address any C. 11. & 1. agent or.i: ? lirlcht bay, whito feet 15V hands and a natural stddle horse. We will warrant him to be a breed- the clam of d In the 2.H0 litt, and who McCormick. G PA T. Apt., "World's tween two women havo como under my becoming threadbare, which wo need. er nf t.iTillii. the grantlam of (.'. F Chiy2:l.s, ljiiliienco W. 1th, Street, CincinFair IOOKK KINNKDY. i observation, but I linvo found women Ella Whixler Wilcox. nati, Route," "and Stoner Hoy cents in stamps to the Ky. 2:1SJ, Strathbritlgo Send O., Kunlauil, especially unfortunate in their efforts to 2:20.) by Albion of VanltvFalr 1) Kknnbuv. V. Coos. a panoramic J. latter sddress and receive form trios of friendship. A BOX FOR KNICKKNACKS. aasj.j view, live feet long, of Chicago nnd tho Mou, naturally less exneting in their Id ilnin by MarnlialJNvy. 57' the seaAdmission Si. World's Fair, showing relative heights son. relations with ono another and more Attractive and Inexpensive Glaaawara For of buildings, itc Slimmer Decoration. frank and outspoken in their methods, DON 7803. In summer timo the orjiaments of bed Pierce's Pleasant Easy to tnke-- Dr. render snch comradeships possiblo now COM 11INK!) STALLION, DR. JOS. HAAS' Unco Ucconl 2 14. (Three yenr-olcheapest chamber or drawing room should bo of Pellets. Smallest, easiest, mid then. anti' Is a beautilut dark bay; i$" hands high, star in (Full brother to Don loroti7o (It). 2:17. But tho qualities wldch make tho wom a light nnd airy nature. It is in this sea- best. They're tiny, Dick Mmere, Clnlena 2.2sJ anil Louie lorchtv.nl and left hmd loot while compound of refined Hog Irlne (2) 2:101.) an fnend seem inadequate to meet tho son that ono may indulge in cheap ma bilious grnnulcs, a vtgetaule extracts. , was sired hy Dick Kltnore; he by M. Klinorv, Jr Sired bv Cnmbetla WilkiH. (Site of terial which holds tho daintiest coloring nnd concentrated he by Alcsander a Abdallah, sue of UitMstnlth exigencies of tho third party's position. Maid, he by Kysdjk'a llamilionian.slre of Dester; in 2 .tO Ih't, and full brother (o Tlio King disturbance or trouble, ConI havo seen a woman insist upon leav- for n few months only and then is depend- Without Indigestion, IJilhous Attacks, he by Abdallah, he by Mambrinu; ha by Imp. 2.21'!, cirunf 12 in 2.10. stipation, ent on cool shade to retain brilliancy of Sick and Billions Headaches nnd all de- Used Successfully Fifteen Years. Meiitrt;rr ing her comfortable homo to act asnurso Ittdnin IjkIv YeUor (ilnm of MhtnLo dam was by Modoc; d Dies Mniore disease, eaprls dam by Aratus, Jr ,,ist ln.p Dionird or domestic for a friend who was in hue. Thus tho exquisite glass box shown rangements of liver, stomach and bow- Will arrest disease, proven he.by 2 2ilt, Don lorenxo 2:17!, (Snluna Will make the present seasu uri-- j at my pure 2.2S. Dun I'iatrnrj 1 If and Utile Urine troubloquito against that friend's desire. in tho illustration, edged about with pale els, are prevented, relieved and cured. worms, stop cough, Incrcaie the,flesh aud hasten " maturity. . j! mil from Iliistnnsille, en the llustunsitlo (2) 2:ltl, nnd grandain of Mnrgrtiot W. $ Sho performed her tasks with delight blue, delicuto pink or nilo green Fatln Permanently cured, too. By their mild o, Ji is and $o emit per package, and Lradfordtslllc Turnpike, Priorscan Ju so I1 Uigeil package are riblwn, painted in oil in light flowers nnd nnturnl nttion, these little Pellet b 2.2fil,)liv (inrrnrd Cbeif (iro of Ilrmil and seeined disturbed by any expression scattered to the tasto over tho glass sides lend the system into natural ways ngnm. ,C9cheal,,,.ror.alcbyA ui,KNNVt At $7 to Insure a Living1 Colt. I)tike2 2.s!,nd of tlntu of S In the 2:30 of thanks. Stanford, Ky. lll. o;. Their influence lasts. Vil when the samo friend introduced Dick I Imore. Ir . has proved himself a line . 2d dnm Jewell (gntndam of Ik'Hi-- i breeder a lifelong, valued acquaintance into tho Everything catarrhal in it nature, l.eiu retained on iell far season money Muney than 2.:() through Ijidy YtHer hor only VfcC household tho heretofore dovoted nnd due If wre Is parted with or bred to another fouD. by (hll'a Verinunt i"iro of Honm'r citarrh itself and all the troubles that Sftil horse. Huv 2 and of dnm of twelve.) self sacrificing woman refused to make fffrsaSSri. r n come from catarrh, are perfectly nnd lltCKAKD DOW.NKV. &1 driiii Hnwn Kate, gmiulninof Yei-herself agreeablo or useful cured by Dr. Sage's Capermanently lttlishurg, Casey C.,Ky. -.i Hoy 2:21', by Hlnck Jiu-- iwlro of tho ilnm No matter how bad Tho woman who loves to talk and tho tarrh remedy. . f Amy II. 2.21) nnd grandnm of Idol Fouled 1M)U Hod Imiv, 10 hantU your case or how long standing you cau woman who loves to listen find each oth XZt-- 4 --V 2 271 ) SonM.n .'k0. Full brother to Silver liiu,', Ciold Kim:. : cured. be er'fLsocicty enjoyable year after year. Silver Queen and the great Minw mare Let tho tulkativo woman's friend ap ff(l'f 5237. Allied. ( pear upon tho bcene, however, nnd wo ItVconl 2:11. Hv On Time. dam Mollio Mount!' find tho unusually good listener distrait or top and lettered in oil paint ns well, Sire of Uttle Doubtful (2,2 Silver King was burned in Kilo's stable HUrk bore vor old, 10 lianiN hiyh. in manner and bored in expression. Or needs a fresh scarf of linen or light china ClHHitnnt boiwi. &. Green Foaled Mny 22, 1SS0. when .) vo.irs old. hired more gooti hotiiiie The ilureholJeri of the Haiicinj; Fork Sired ly C. V. Clay 2:1S. let the listener introduce her friend and silk ns a suitable basis on bureau or will meet at Ware' Sircil by Nutwood 2: IS. (Hre of t IUer Turnpike Read Co ?J Saturday In .May, lum-- til nu any horse in Kentucky at the store in McKinncy on the top. tho talkative woman becomes straightami the tlnitis of KI.) same age. Ciold King wns bred to two 1st dam Kiln H. by Win. Woloh ll. i8oj, at a p rn for the purpoe o. decline: a way dull and fiilent. Theso glass boxes come in all shapes H dtitii r.iiturpri'e (dnm of XiitluiiM and Hoard of Director for the enauinj: ) ear inures at 2 yean old and got two colts Vermont, In'tliN rountry; tcc Sam Hnrri- 2d dinii Kale by J W. (JIW.NS.l'rn no 2:11. IlKrrton U::i2. and full Mslur, to Tho ingenuity of woman in devising and sizes to bo used as jewel loxes, pho,$ Cvele 2.27). by Onward 2 2ft J and Jlillv Murphy. Sliver Queen, shown of (1T ways in which to bo tho disagreeablo tograph boxes, mouchoir or glove boxes in 2:80 list, nnd of the dtuiw of 14 mid by Hill Hue, was n giuni winner. Aiue od dam tliorongbrud. or for little knickknacks of any descripthird party is infinite. grauiNireof S' ) C, educated by Nels Rowland, was hard C. F. Clay (put 11 in the 2::i0 llt The woman of tho softest nature nnd tion, according to its shainior size. Tho 21 tlnin Hello Tlmriiv. dniuftfClrcU2:27 Her present owner refuted to down. the sweetest disposition, whom you havo glass pieces may bo bought at any fancv " The stockholder ul the Kmh Itranch Turnpike to CoinlHt2-in,iyear) by Caliban dam Sopmno by Stntlh (full f.',l"0 for her. of Hrown HuliMe tit Satur found unvarying in hpr nmiability, will shop for u few cents or cut into tho de- Unn4 Cn nrr nnlifiM to mi ct at loyal King will Mtrve fifteen mares nt "more. Win. Welch by Hamllloiilan, 10. 2 IS. William 2 21, Soudan 2:20 nnd May, iSyi, toelcita Hoard ei. Pirettcir (or day in Euddenly develop tho quills of u jwrcu-pin- o sired shapes from a iano of glass nt a the ensuing jear Wnrmnt 2.2SJ, and grmiilntn of Xutliurst my otable, near Fink Cottage. Ikirneti Is a very lumilsninu ami peelly 2:11 nt tho introduction of a friend picture storo or by a glazier. The pieces and ICdgorttut 2::K.M. by Huro of whom you havo long desired her to limit bo evenly cut, so that they fit exto Insure a'Living Colt. colt and nhoiilil make n fant recortl this Thurnd.1l1Mr.irv of AIlco Tyler 2:30 nnd 3 AtJ$15 meet. You havo described her as the actly together to form tho transparent fall. Will make the m.ioii at my place ll other, and dnm of S. ) .101: K. FAIUtR 'M (lain Abiitillnii (dam of Shnukolfonl box. Each piece is then to bo decorated. essence of amiability, and sho reveals miles from Stanford on the Danville pike. .V Coffey. tho HuMonville The stockholder 101 , ..ill,.,,,, ...... 2::rJ, Coinlmt Stanford. Ky. herself a monument of aggressiveness or However, if not proficient with tho use of Mill Turnpike KadofCo. will meet at lr. Itrown'a n ivji h... .... ...l,. ... ..r $10 to Insure n Living Colt. Ciller 2..M). nnd l other), br Ilelmnut oil or mineral colors, u plain box of tins office in Hustoiiville. M Saturday in May, iSoj. at At frigidity. a p. m to recti I'resiUelil and tioaraoi inrecior (lro of Wttlgewood 21!', and II other. Again, the friend who has ever len uaturo is yet beautiful. ti C LYON, l'res. for the enduing ".ear (J A. 1.ACKKY, anil of daiiiH oll ) When painted in mineral colors, tho tho incarnation of cheerful ness and good Stanford, Ky. Id dam Minnn tthe dam of ICvutiickv : separato pieces may bo fired before mako tense nnd whoso quick resjionsivo Wilke2 211. MnillMiii Wilku2.22, and been your delight develops an ing up. Painted thus the box will last has grandnm of Wilke 2 22, ami 0 obtrnsivo humility when bhe is called a lifetimo with the refreshening of tho other ), by lei I Jacket of the dams he stockholder of the Slanfoid A Hustoiiville upon to play tho third party. She makes ribbon edges. Daisies, buttercups, of Kentucky Wilke2 21J, and This fine young stallion willjnuiko the Turnpike Road Co will hold their annual election. n blossoms, forgetmenots, violets, lor n President and Heard of Pirectors at miles from of lh'.CI at my jilaco. Wilke2 22l. and of grandnm of So Si iieraeu conspicuous Dy uer ausence iroia Turnerllle, at a p. m. the it Saturday , 2 17J, nnd of Ittd Wilkin 2 10. iro of S2 Shelby t'ity, on the Knob Lick pike.,nt he fine saddle Ma iwn Chancey Denmark, accustomed places, shuts herself in her bunches of grapes or orchids, me to bo May, 1893 J K. CASH. I'rea u ill maU the season vl ini at the stable ol the In the 2.:k) Icl.) Scnon 50. room nnd obliges you to send for her, matched with ribbon in tho makeup. a mile from Hubble' stoie t $12.50Jto Insure a Living Colt. onnderwood Itro. '.ofturn pike and willj.etse and in reply to your questioning says: ARy of these flowers used in decoration the Rush Itranch marts at GEORGE "Oh, I felt I would bo in the way. You will give a satisfactory result. A colored 1777. Victor Hiiro Ih r heautiftil red eorrel Keronl 2 20J did not need me. I would be de trop," plate of tho flower one wishes to usomay A .... nn.. nf t)i- tockholden ol Knob l.ick. goes all the gait and is a regular Jim $10 toInsurc Colt 4 Months Old. bo rendering you and your friend inex- bo purchased for a few cents at a fancy McCorinjck &. Turner.ville Tumpiku 1Co. will for Bantlv nice one. Hrown liort. fonlcd 1SS7, irwl by p. in. hrlHa. MrCurmicki May Mh. Chancey Denmark, i6s is a bay hor-- c lull 16 hire of Nutwood 2. lbj, and 41 .shop, if one has not tho good fortune to the purnosnof electlnn ctficer l8qi. at ensuing pressibly uncomfortable. Ho wns hired by Hilt Kdp, 2(11, he by for the i8l;, sired by Ilubbbj's On handshlgh. foiled in 11. l'res J Second Jewel AS. Second Jewel was Tho woman who has always seemed to havo tho natural flower at hand. It is )elr dam by eld Stonewall Jackson. Ills colts other, nnd of dam of 47 in the 2:150 lii. Time, ilnin Moiia Wilkc (slam of (icorgo by Ciiuniughnm'a Jewel, lie by old Wash- are line and of i:od sue, and will compare ith view the world through rose colored best to create a design to suit the shape anylK)dy' saddle stallion We have )carllnh's and Willi 2.20JJ by (icorgo Wilke ington Denmark. wire spectacles and whoso mantle of charity and dimension of the piece of glass and year olds on our larm can be seen any tune. In the 2.:il) list, and dams of (VS. CJilt Edge's ilatu was by Stonewall tn Chancey Denmark is s .und without ; blemish of 7S has been large enough to cover tho sins its ultimate proiMirtious. The lettering 2d dam llainlettic(damofStnrtIi,r2:2S, ou him. of a multitudo will become tho severest is easy work with Vandyke brown. Auy The annual meeting ot the stockholder or the Jitekbon. and grandnm of George WHIN 2.2!1), by Victor Hugo'i! dam was by St. HI more, nnd most relentless of critics when she quaint conceit suggestive of the future Minlntii Hall (Inn Turnpike lload Co for the nlie by Logan'sGiD, blio'hy Hill's Verof l.eontino 2 18 anil Hamlet 2.20 Hoard ot attempts to bo tho third person. She use of the lox will lend a sentiment to election of a President nnd held at lUreciors lor mont. (Jill's Vermontjoiit of Anna O,, o utlier-- , and of the dams of 21). thcetnutnn ear will be Saturday inandeeer' Ma), '93. dam of l.ee l'aul. will call your attention to flaws in tho its use, or the meaning of the flower may- slcre In Sunlcrd on the it He is a coat black lack, isVi hands high vtith :id dam Minna (dam of Kentucky Ait slin. hftVV Itealv And PDOd OCOe. J. K. L NX, l'res. appearance and manners of your frienda be simply lettered on tho top, as with at 2 p. in. Money due when colt conies or mare the Wilkes 2:21 and grnudiim of 7 others, null He is by llourbon Chiel, the nntt Jaik thi dam and grandnm of four slrvt. (lint which you had never previously ob- white roses tho word "Amour" tlio parted "with. Mures grazed or fed at worM, srddtor Jj.ooj. ller- llourbon Chief was sired by Redmond for served, and she will tinea th hidden French for love or simply "Love" is ieaonable prker.. Not rcpon-dblty Imp. have reprcMMitalives In tlie2.:50 list), bv ules, be by Imp Her ules. and his dsm Kep Jacket (hire of the d:im of Kentucky faults of character or disposition never pretty. Such a box may bo edged with '1 ho annual meeting tor the lelection of a Pres- accidents should auy occur. j wm Wilkc-- . Ksparlcro, Hnurbon UlllCI s uani w 2:21 ami MriIImxi Wilko I.ear's Imp Napoleon 3d; jd dam by Henna Vi.ta.KlilXSANDIDCI-- ; boforo noticed by yon. yellow or white satin' ribbon and tied up ident and Itoard of Directors (or the Knob Lick l it,m In Imti Cittilinn. Ileuliavitta ivas siren and of grniidiim of So So 2:17 ami Idtl urnplke Co will be held at the First National Sometimes sho does this openly mid with bows of the kiuup. City, ly. by lliegiet(innpromie; he by Tipuecanoe; he Wilkc 2: 10, hire of 82 in 2.110 Hit. Shelby May, ftoj, Hank of Stanford the 1st Saturday bv linn Wriicr. uhich was acknowidRed the best Tlio box shown hero is a small one and stockholders are hereby notified with no attempt at concealing her critic$2'j to hiMirc. llourbon (.hell ih jeuLCt jack cvrr in Kentucky I OWI.KR, l'res. CLIKTON al spirit. ,s for "rings and things," as it designates hands 3 inches lux's without shoes, making Iiim the biggest jack In the wi.ild lie Is a coal Mack Again sho will sugar coat her remarks, itself 7 inches long and 5 inches high, DAY 7807. : with mcily nose, nnd fur form, weight, style, leaving tho impression at first that sho made three sides. Tho satin ribbon ltecord 2 2!lj action and app'arancc he has no equal. He serve has complimented your friend, until a is 1$ inches wide and is pasted with jentislsat jj the season or Jo to insure a living Sired by Happy Medium, 2.:2I, hiie ol colt. later analysis of her words undeceives flour paste, used not too wet, else it The annual meeting of the stockholders of the SIRFD IIYStandard; Registered. 1'lielps' bi jackjand Maie Cobb 2 lilj and 82 other, and of UAMI1ETTA W1LKLS t u,i. 1st dam byj--Tom Curtis' 151. you. would stain tho ribbon, but sufficiently Turnernville. McKlnney & Cofle's Mill Turnpike .' I'ull brothertoThe Kiujc a lurdamby SamJI'lnlps'jack; addam by Ulack dam of Head Co will be held at McKiuney 1st Saturday Iftdnut dam of Ilaiiiiy n very pretty smilo your guest free to give tho ribbon a firm purchase in May, iSyj, tit 1 p in ior the purpose U electing "What ist dam Daisy field jrandannjof Alice Wilkia Sampson Day 2 20J, bv Nutwood 2 18, hre of (6 by Knrield has!" sho will say. "I never saw a wom- on the glass. It laps about half an inch a 1'risuleutand Hoard of Directors (or the ensu- 3 a! nt i yeariA of age, Quickstep, by jo sire of 1' OOODK, l'ru. Kentucky UOURBON ltoliin iS; dam, in ".() 111 mid of iltiiu of l.'l. it an with such ugly teeth whoso smilo was on tho other sido of tho glass edge. The ing jear, Prince J r.. sire of J O. a I7J; 11 Jam by Old 2nd tlam Noonday, dnm of Darknight Chief whose pedigree is giv(J rij'. comers must bo turned very neatly. Sired by old llourbon Joe, slreof dsmof J so agreeable" Or: "What a very fino 2 Note - llaycnll, foaled April ao, lis, Out of en ale. llixlani ns Illack Jennet, she was 2 ;WJ and l'lislimo 2 27, grfliulninof sho makes for such a "slovenly When thoroughly dry, the pieces nro to Ktilleld mares (aambetta Wilkes produced (jam-l-sired by a jack by Jason W.ilker's Cattlllian and 2!)J Couquciur 2 2 20 and ' , out uf a full sister In lleuna bo fitted together and either tied at tho ho was out of a io!,, Hahlcl.i i, i jit,, Oambyrun 3, a t lita, jwrsonl After all, I think such peoplo great grandnm of fiiioritu 2 111 niulOaiu-bolie- r a jennet h) Illack Sumpsoii llolhjacks wilUtandat of the stockholder of the and Gammon 4, 40 TK,, nnmifil get along quite as well and receive as four corners or neatly overhanded to2 2 by St Kltno 2 :I0. sire Creek "I urnpiku Co Carpeuter's hutoiivllle much admiration as those who take more gether with needle and thread and gar- will be held at llustonnile on tne it saiuraa; s STAXPS A'l I15 $10 to Insure Colt 4 Months Old. 01 :M dam .Midnight dam nished with bows whero tho cover falls May, iS, at a p in, for the purpose- of electing pride in being neat and orderly." of officers for the ensuing year Kor lack colt Jio, jennet $10. lloth jatks haw 2 10 trolling 2 ()ll pacing, Noontide 2 20 Of course you are never able to think upon tho box. KK FORD, l'res W. D. WliAl J proved fine breeders. !5!U ami Klcctricily 2 A tiny sachet pad to fit tho bottom 17 by of your friend again save as slovenly and 1 he servicu fee will be dun in ill caes where Heaumont 2 mare are parted wilh or goes out ol the loutitry Pilot, Jr., sire of John Morgan" 2 21 and 7 tho possessor of ugly teeth two oints makes excellent display of jewels. A Ilred at Waener Stock I'arm, Marshall, Mb h. wlion such fact is ascertained bv in, a hen retain others ami of ibinis of ill!. Rich lay stallion, 16 hands, Idled in i83;, which had previously escat,K.'d your ob- tiny bit of sheet wadding covered with ed o.i all colts until season fee is paid IthdamTwilight, by Lexington, hire hired by Recorder 405a, son of Alcantara jag, to match tho ribbon,used nnd fraMares and jennets kept at reasonable rates, natin servation. record a 31' the best sou of (icori: Wilkes, 1st fare taken to pievent accidents, but rot lespotisi of the dam of Nora Temple 2 A meeting of the stockholder cf the Stanford 27. Then there is tho woman you havo al- grant with the odor of tlio flower paintol a dam Lady I'nngle.by AbdallahCheif.by TasKarl'S tt.'c should any occur. Turnpike Co. lor thecUction 1th dam Daylight, by Imp. ('llancoc. son 01 for UNDERWOOD IIROS. ways found ready to anticipate your, ed on the box is nil that is required. In i'ri'ldcnt and Hoard nf Directors Slay the ensuing Aonaiian to, 1ne oy rarmers" neauiy, ad dam muni; of Iown, sho of tho dam of Knvov. 1'anineau. a rench Canadian horse: illack sire ft, ibo3. slightest wish and thought when alono such n box, presented as rt bridal gift, year will be held at McCormackH Anne, by Mar of the West tt6, record 2 16, 2 28. 515 to Insure. ,, , W. W. McKlTTHlCK. l'res. Alcantara led nil horses in slrini! a .10 performers tho part that covered the bottom was of with her, who becomes curiously obtuso of 1800, putting .3 new ones in the list This is GAMBRUNO 781a. whito satin, with the bride's monogram unequallrd. in tho rolo of third party. THOMAS YEAOER Recorder, sire ot three in a v in 1891, by Alcan(Kccord 2.201.) Sho never thiuku to leavo you alono wrought in gilt in the center. Tho box JAMES YEAGER. tara; dam by Garrard Cheif; jd dam b Norman Half brother to Jeanuiu C 2:22. with the uuwcoiuer now and then, who was finished in freshest whito satin ribStand at . Jr. Splendid Hay ClydcMlulc Stallion will & may havo or joys to confiifo to bon and decorated in orchids, with the Slicd by (iaiubetta Wilkes, sire of III In JioTOINSlREAILIVE COLT htUlltl at 2:150 list. you alone, and you daro not suggest this wedding dato engraved upon tho glass THE SADDLE STALLION, 1st dam Delilah (dam of Jennie C. 2:22 "to hor lest sho imngiuo you mean to talk a very dream of loveliness when lifted viiitf FESD AND. SALS STABLE, Camhriiiio 2:2J1 nnd Clementine 2.38,' about her or that you aro shutting her out of its nest of tissue paper. mid grandnm of Cecilinn 2:28, Gillillan Florence Tvno Ellis. from your confidence. STANFORD, KY. 2:30 and Loiuin 2, 2.40, by Administrator "You liave no idea of the depth of my Reentered. Ilred by W. K Ousley. Ilurksville. 2.20J, hire of Catcblly 2:18! and 12 others A lloatun limine Woman. affection for you," said ono woman to nv. aired Dy lieu aquirrei t. and of thodiim of 31. Boston has a woman express messenger dam T 11. Iiv I'ndor 7. or Klnc Denmark. 1st another in my hearing once upon a In our newtablein the Opera Housi ny star Hen mars; 71; au uam liott. uy ur.iy We 2 dnm Mary Klmore, tlam of Cleveland Mra. Alice M. Chdiiey. She transfers Elock are are wtll uppiied with Two magnificently bred Jacks will make and time. "I would bo jwrfectly happy to &c 2:28 and grandain of Jenimle 0. 2,", lliu fecnson at freiglit for the Adams Express company gradSire and dam of Gerrymander are both relinquish all personal aims could I bo Oambruno 2:2J, and Tara.s2:38, byMiiuT-brinuated at the Lexington Fair, an honor but few NEW RIGS AND HOHSES near you, and your slightest annoyance between Boston and Chelsea. Mrs. Chesire of Tom Hrltton 2:20 and Sadie horses in Kentucky can lay claim to, lie won ney remains in her office at headquarters first honors at several of the biggest lairs in the Howo 2:20, nnd tlio dams of two. is a sharp pain to me." in his purchased and nothing but form. Stands at State Have been 3d dnm by Stnr Davis, siro of tho dnm Yet scarcely a week later she made and attends to the management of tho turnouts w ill leave the stable. Call and scu thum before yon breed of Dick Taylor 2 J4 J, $15 TO INSURE A LIVE COLT. herself inexpressibly disagreeable in oc- bubluess. She keeps five wagons busy J. W. OIVKKS, your marcs. V. M. DOI)l, 4th dam by Hrown Pilot, biro of Give cult ways to her friend's guest. Her af- carrjlng freight. Sho is a regular memJIcKinny, Ky. dam of Kosalind 2 21 . flft (() Insure. the Hustontlllo, Ky. ber of the Expressmen's league. 37 fection may havo been deep, but its wa MOST DIFFICULT POSITION TO CUPY GRACEFULLY. OCso H Hev. Kodgerg, of Memphis, Is a somters were not wide enough to iorniit tho nambulist from awny bnck. The other passage of two voyngcrs. A broader love, if less profound, would have been night ho wns Been walking the street clnd inn tiiirlit Bhlrt nnd a straw lint, In! more practically useful. Dewey Haywood's QUININE -- S.. ( t CECILIAN PARK DANVILLE. KY, (Record 2:231 over n half in He track. New York Stars, WILKES, 1 1 r Superb Organization --- "l. ? I irwTfi I mm mm mm, Charley Sandidge. J. F. Five-yea- Grand CONCERT lt vceti-bille- d 1 m 1 ."1 '00 '-'0 :M:.A."Y"g:LST- - I". u Dick Elmore, Jr. PIZARHO d sugar-coate- & Poultry Remedy 1 1 () - L fgy && ROYAL KING. lilf-li- ", er j- v- -. Turiipilce'Elcctlon. - lt 11!! BARNES 21739. NL'TIIURST ta-bl- o lO-'- rrc-Ide- nt r - Ch ro (.-i- Turnpike Election. bt si-t- er 1 5 Turnpike Election. na-tur- TuriipikcJiElection. VICTOR HUGO. 1 v I ai-p- le Chancy I Denmark, . I .nv Madi-MU- i school-houve- ve:i-o- 111 Turnpike Election. 1 WILLIS ..0 I lt 2.-2- TurnpikcElcctioii. L 1 Turnpike Election. 111 - f. I 1 Turnpike Election. G ALTON 12910. HAPPY c, CHIEF Turnpike Election. mri-tlni- llap-pyDny- el 2 A-- 111 - Jay-F.yo-S- ALCAN WILKES. Turnpike Election. CLEVELAND, son-ow- YEAGER YEAGER, Mil Gerrymander 235. $8 to Insure a IJ Colt. TWO JACKS. n, fitst-c- $8 to Insure a Living Colt. o, !i three-year-o- ld them a Call. .. ..r rnjir . iSaiLaLiiaBBWsWWWliMMB -- , - -- y . v ..s-- f .M. t "l)pwtfj - -- v- -- WKi-rr-mi ijmfwyT- - mn'fvijti WtHWg TnTim t.---'- - r Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal April 28, 1K03 Breeze i)( lo': : Wilkes. . COL. B. W. 2012s. aJ)iHay horse, foaled 1890 aired by Jake 15567 record - The Lincoln Stock Farm, J. P. CROW, Proprietor, DILLARD DENMARK This finely bred saddl". stallion will make the reason of 1893 at Cook's Spring's, 4' miles East ol Manford, ut Stanford, Kv., SOBBAMB i8yt Standard. hands high, foaled iSSj; aired Ilay tull'on by I'etoskey, aire King Toskey a:iJi Mary Lou Nellio O'Nest a:aaK DoraMartin a:ia; at a by Georgn Wilkes aire of Harry wears-old- ; with three, Wilkes a!ijj; Guy Wilkes year olds with rrcordi under a ao, I'etosky a three ist dam, I'miine by Iron Cnilmus: d dam Cailmua llrown'a TEb by American Eclipse; id dam by dam of Maud Ac istdamKlita lane, Messengers aC;: id dam, Kittle KWcri, by Alex A mahogany hay, black m me and tail, 16 handa slider's Abdallah, aire of lioldamith Maid record high. Fine saddle stallion, fualed May I? 88 a 14; id dam lied Jackit, &C Sired by the well known uddle stallion Screamllreeie Wilkes will miko unr season 01 1091 v Denmark horae er, he by a noted my plate, a miles from Manford 011 tho Ruh First dam by a Second (5111, Jil dam bv Logan a llranch pike ut Gill, 3d dam by Gill's Vermont. Did Screamer In hl day anil time wa a fine Living Oolt. $15 to show horse and ha produced a tine lot of saddle-I"hls yuutic atalllon has a few coming horses saddle alio If mares parted with money is duo. Loin on tine year. aids and yearlings that ntialitlee and are good ones. Screamer will make colt until money la paid CHARLES DUNN. the lUbto of luaownrr on the tho teatnn ol Dia Riser and Gairard County turnpike, near Duddcrar's Mill, T. L. R AUG It MAN. J.S IIAUuIIMAN. W. 1. WALTON. Kentucky Union, '3; 2:13'-- ; Balsora Wilkes. a:i74; and Winaiou, Palony, a aj' Ilonarentura, at dam Lady, by Melrose Wilkes $ty). a d dam, Mag, R by llalsora 1011, aire of Roslta, iW.: Kentucklan. a n1.. and of the dams of jij',! Jake aired by Messenger Chief 185, aire of 17 liat. and of the dams ol 5 in 1I10 Melrose Wilkes aired by Krd Wilkes, siro of 83 and of the dams of is in the 1 30 lift Ilalsora sired by Abdallah ie. who has fully a.noo descendant in the a 30 list. Col. II. V. will make the sunson of 1S03 at our of Stanlord, on tho Logans place a miles north-eacrtck and Dlx Itiver Turnpike, st McKINNEY, - - - - KENTUCKY. aW $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt. I I j I I At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. W. R. A K. C. Belmont Chief STJIVCJLO, .And., 8G3V Insure a 1 GAINES. Stanford, Ky At $8 to Insure a Living Oolt. I will year-ol- d BRYAN 6480. UV METROPOLITAN 1371 Son ol Rysdyk's llamiltonlan. Dam JOICTTK Ily IILOOD CIIEIF72J Standard, No 713 Has' Stallion, 16 hands; foaled Sire of Kaonle Robinson, 3 io less. Metronnliun by Rvsdrh's Hamiltonian. lam Hyacinth by Volunteer hra. dam of At J8 for a mare and i6 for a horse, to inauie a livDexieraud Dictator, by icrlv's American Star come ing colt money due oivallswusons when coll neighI rum ihr Melroohan Is acknowledged by all to Le onn of If marea are traded oil or removed the beat, and bv many I ho very best, bred stallion borhood without satisfying imilhat they are not in Sotiol On Time , first dam by Limber Jim: secHis full sister, Relna Victoria, aold e ever foaled foal, season becomes due. Lien retained on colta ond dJm by Old Drennun. This handsomo tho highest 7 at the McKerran Sale till money U paid. Address stallion will oiakc the season of 83 at the S. ever paid for n brood-mar- e tor f at a5, public sale price Two llcconl 2:21, inndo in O. Ilaughmatt place, five miles ftom Danville on O. M. SPOONAMORB, fillies by Metropolitan, neither of which were ever 2:10; will go in 2:15 this tho new Lancaster turnpike, at Ky hooked single, sold at public sale fur $1,33;, aver- Rowland, , at the Jack, sase lime and (dice atanl my 3 THE SILVER KING. W&MMM E6lQfflD Q3KfMS5 Money due when colt is foaled marea parted with or bred to another hone. Pasturagolurnishcd mares at Si.oo per month; will not be responsible for accident should any occur. Uillard Denmark was aired by Double Denmark heby siontroe, he by Diamond, be Dy i,aines' Denmark he bv the great race borse Denmark Denmark, ad dam by lit dam by John Dillard, 3d dam bv Grey Eaele (thoroughbred) Double Denmark's dam Nellie, was by Washington Denmark, ad darn by Shroashire's Tom Hal. Dillard Denmark ts a beaiitilul dark sorrel three whi e tcet, heavy mane and tail, 16 hands high, he has proven himself n breeder of large, handsome movers This is a fine horse if he had no pedigree. Hut we do not hesitate to say he is one of, if not the test bred saddle horse in he country. Runs through premium saddlers and thoroughbreds oa both sides. All kinds of plants for sale in season. J. K. COOK. Rowland Ky. SlKEDHYSILYEK KING sad-til- NA1IMDTIBC Stnntlartl IJuie C. 1HB9 EUHEKACHIEF Fllack stallion; 16 hands high; without white! Central Park, Danville. GAHBONITO 8419. Kace osled jth htt Horse, 16 handa Sired by OAMIIICTTA WILKES. (Sirs of 31 in s jo at 10 years ) dam Maud, by Garrard Chief (sire of llasil Duke 1'iasrrn (3) 1 '( and of the damsa of 17V;, Lottie Lowrie LotmsaU t il'K. onGsltnaa by Mambrino Lhlet i6)j, a 14, by Cor silsm Nells, by son of Billy IW aire of 6 producing dams, beau, idambv lleln.' Yorkahin thoroughbred Gambonito's services we believe that In e have inlum the HES I INDIVIDUAL, the slid as IlKST GAMED, UKST TEMPER F.l HOOD A RACE HOUSE as Uvea. Ilnhasprov-- n breeder, The firat colt of hlbisell an old, and his get was handled lasl aeawn at a early Injun; ill 11 seconds, and trotted euarisrs as then turned out until fall and handled about a month and could trot quarters late in the fall In 39 seconds We make the price for his service ao anybody ran Wieed In him 1 j$ to insure, or Jjs the season, cash at time of service. We will handle several ol his jel this aeosnn. Wrf invite you to call and sec Gambonito and his produce Care to pravent accident, but not responsible should any wcur. Mares kepi at rea s.nable rales We will handle trotters and saddlers at reasonable rates. For lurlher partlculara fall on or yd as I $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Wo will also atand the aginya Iliood BLACK JACK. SMITH, a88y lllack handa h'Kh, by Proctor Knott at SO to Insure n Living Colt Marea kept at reasonable rit at ower'a risk, 1IAUGIIMAN IIKOS.. Danville, Ky. 15.1 net. bv Mood' lllai k Hawk: dam Miss Sired hy Wnlsinghain 21C0, (sire of Latitude 2:1V nml Tor 8 others in the list ) Duncan bv .cult's Highlander, grandam by Aralus; id dam by Timohtin, IllooU Chief sired 1 dam Tinsel by Messenger Duroc 100, fon of Hamiltonian and cito of H- lWooler Tim a ao. Fannie RobuiMin ? io'i. and atnc v:'M, Hie oajn ol rsorlaine, yearling recortI'2:'sl J. lllood'a Ul.lck Hawk aired the dams of Chiefs lj Si.stcr to James Howell, Jr., by Hamiltoninn 10, hire of DexVon Arnim a 19M and Atmout. Jr , s sS, and gran2 dam Jiess dam of Hello llrasfield a ao and I'rotitne a. 18. ter 2:1 TJ. Ilryan is a beautiful bay, foaled June 7th, 18S4. by Harry Clay 45, mre of the dam? of St. Julien 2:111, Hotline He will make the present season 189) atMnreland 1 J dam Jessie Sayrc indes north of Hustonville, on the Danville ..and 2:11)1, 1"'1 1 more Hint linvo irotluceil 2:30 trotters; also Huslonvillepike, sire of the dam of Electioneer, biro of 50 in the. 2:110 lUt. 50. in training. tliird heat in rnco at Kvnnsvillc, Iud. lias trotted miles in Will remain in stud till June lbt and then go back At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. He is a sure foal getter and a fine breeder. Lein retained on colt for season money, marcs bred to another horse or traded ofT makes season money due, . W .. WIOHAM, Moreland, Ky. 1 ') s, In Denmark Chief. Denmark Chief will make the present season at ; ecllnt er $8 to IiiKtire (i Living Colt DIRECTED 13945.. Will make the season of i8ot at "Maples" the old home of Arthur Sims and Wyandotte, Alxisl-Uhiidda- drt, Directed Is 15 hands, iVi inches high; he is ESON. magnificently built and splendidly proportioned; Danville, Ky. ot deep through the heart, short back, long body, abort from kuee to ground, ahort from hock down, hnc loin, hip and atiful, nice mane and tail Crow Ilngnoli and Joe black, splendid eye, and intelligent countenance Ily Hubbte's Prince, the sire of He is beyond any doubt aborn trctttr. A son of lllackburu, the great Director a.17, the only horse that ever Hri'sTby diaries Dunn. lived with a record as kooI as j'17 that has sired StMidanl. two with records better than Hut the power , to beget extreme speed is the birth right of Dl SlKBIl HY ONWAKD t'HIKF 4IW. Marea patted with forfeits the Insurance. having sired Direct p) a 04, who has rector, L. D. GARNKR, sin-o- f til won 5S,S7 So; Margaret S winnings J30,-)- 4 Hy Onwnnl 1111, rcrortl Crab Orchard, Ky. as; Hvangeline 4 yrs 1 it!;, who has won " 'w iti 'JIM) Hit, nNo 17 pMMlnciiiK winnings Ju.-J- 7 $3,oand Directum lj yrs) imMliicini; ilaiiKlittTK. S", making a tolal of I6g,4fj for the quartette Director and his get have son altogether IsttlRin IjuIv Mwcnusr, l.v lltilcltin-i-oij'- 8 Saddle Stallion. Hy Silver King nnd out of n Gray Eiglc mare. He is a handm.7J7s Cliolf lil'.t); 'M limn Klim Juno, some dark gray nnd a line show horse. Will stand nt $10 to insure a living colt. T A. EL KIN, 111, Morh'JJlTi islam ofMruiil MrvcimiT , -i nca iter, Ky. I nlso have that will stand nt $10 to Insure. by Uenllo rwt.o W, sire ol Pearl of lUirtlc :M tlaiit Kilty Hivcnt, Stable two miles south of Hustonville on Moreland nod Carpenter's Station pike. biro of Almoin, Ciirl 2:17, by Alnlnllali K. BAUQHMAN, Jacket, sire iXtnoiit, &lc; 1th tlnmliy 3 Hustonville, Ky. Kentucky Wllkus 'JSlj. .f the dam of MmllNon Wilkcfl 'JilsJ mu grnmlam of to Insure Wilkes The Combined stallion 11 1 Kotl Wilkes. Si fc'o 217J. WM M. Kl He Is a nice bay, lj hands j! inches high, lour yeaia old. He saddles well, but has i.ol been trained. He Is by Hutchinson Chief, No H4o, Hutchinson Chiefs first rty Messenger Chief. dam by hcntincl; sd dam by Ale lander's bv Red Jacket. Messetifcr Chief by Abdallah 1'ilot, 1st dam by Mambnno Mrs senger, ad dam by Mambrino Chief, 3d dam by Imp. Napoleon Denmark Chiefs 1st dam wis sired by Sumptcr Denmark, he by Coddard's Denmark, he by (ialnes & l'rom ell's Denmark, he by the rare His jd horse Denmark, ho by Imp. Hedgeford dam vas by On Time, d dam by Red Lion. I will also atand at same place my hnc mule jack Lureka, by that great show stallion, Coleman a Eureka; nam by Jones Crockett by Scott's Crock- ett. son of Davy Crockett. Blood Cheit Jr., by Iliood Chcif 795 ' dam Llzne Gaugh, by Washington Denmark; ad darrr Old Jennie, by Kobert llruce (thoroughbred). Coleman's Kureka, the grandsire of Eureka Chelf, was by Young's Morgan dam'by Boston Stj Kureka Cheif is n worthy representative ot a horse that founded as great a family of saddle horses as any stallion that ever made a reason in Kentucky, vlr Coleman's Kureka. Coleman's Kureka was never beaten in saddle and combined I dam by Liberty, Mm of Lance, by American Eclipse. rings, and he Imparted to his get size, color, style has thoujh a WnWngham 2100, sire of Naboth, is one of tho youngest sons of George Wilkes nnd finish. Kureka,ribbons at young horse,Fairs. Kentucky won about 50 blue 51f., record 2:22, who sired Harry Wilkes 2:1'), Guy Wilkes 2:15, Mike AViTkes 2:153, Kureka Cheif has never been shown, was not Wilcox 2:10, and 02 others in WiO list; also 41 producing sons and 19 producing broken to saddle until last year; but judging from his aire, style, color and action, we predict for daughters. has attended his sire him the same Note. Naboth is a bay iotc, 10 hands high, foaled June 23, 1SSS. His pedigree aud grandsire success.that in show rings. His dam Mag, by George Wilkes, Mambrino Chief, Pilot, Jr., and Iliood Chelf Jr .was a winner In all classes and by contain the blood of Hatnhlctonlan, a horse that never aired a mean one. 'this horse Harry Clay. $40 to insure n living colt. is bred right ti sire horaea that will command the attention of all Intelligent horaemen. He is good individually and can show for himself In any com- Will make the season of 1893 at Adam ence place, one mile Irom Stanford, Ky., rn Saddle Stallion. Hay hore, 15 hails high, 3 white feet, heavy mane aud;tail, fine Hustonville nnd Stanfoid pike, at -- foaled 18SS SIRED IIY EUREKA. Son of Coleman's Eureka. tst dam Mag by Iliood Chief Jr., son of Blood Chief 79a. 2d dam by Goodwood, son of Lexington, the founder ol the K'elt family of race horses. At $20 to Insure. stvlc and nction. Sired b Woodford Denmark. 1 dam by King illinm. 2 dam by GoddardsSumpter Denmark. oughbred. $15 to insure a living colt. 3 dam a thor- $15 to Insure a Living, Colt. SANDIDUK& HUSTON. Stanlord, Ky. Leln retained on colt for service fee. Directed J945 was sired by Director iqS., record 1'lJl ist dam Kanny Wilkes, by George Wilkes 319, record j; d dam Kan dam of Kate Sprague 1:18, Lil Seal brown stallion, 15J hands high, foaled 1895; bred by George Sprairuc 1 37K. Arc), by Lance, sen ol Flying Haute, Intl. Morgan; 3d dam ljueen, by General GifTord; 4th dam Farny, by I'bancellar; jth dam by American SIKKD BY KED WILKES 1740. GEIDIT WILKES, Silas M. Sandidge. King Histon. W. Carico, Terra rupse. 1 ONWARD MESSENGER. JJ", PRINCE, JR., At $8 to Insure. f" in s'i(, by Holt. dam Nellie I) by Coppcrbottom. 2 dam Lucy Ked Wilkes 1T40 (sire of Ked Hello 2:114. Hrince Wilkes 2:14 J, Allie Wilkes 2:15, Phil Thompson 2:10, nnd 83 others In 2:30, eleven in 2:20; 2S in 1891) by George ilkes a ut; l dam (ticen Dido uy .natiiDrmo (Jlnet II, etc. Holt, by Alexanders's Abdallah 15 (sire of Almont, Helmont, etc) 1 dam by Grey Eagle. Grady Wilkes is by,ono of tho greatest living sire-- is kind and gentle nnd hns frequently shown n 2:30 gait. Will make the season at to luurc a living colt. JEB ness 11 :- -: STUART. uj, $5 SEASON OF 1893. I- c; l', tlm Four Fino Jacks a Dark a 30, is a black horse, and ijJX hands high, sired by Mambrino Patchen, 58) First dam Puss Prall, dam of Lottie Prall a 38', and five Lady Stout a jo, lllack Diamond a 79 producing sons and three producing daughters. By Mark Tln.e. ad dam Cora, by Daniel Webster. In color, sire, stvlc. finish and especially in his legs and feet he is the counterpart of the old horse and like his sire, ho imparts his superb finish to bis colts. Jvb Stuart is a full brother to Mambiino Time, that, age considered, is the greatest brood mare sire yet before the public, his daughters having already produced 15 from 1 t6'4 to a aojj and the oldest but eight years old. Jeb Stuart will make the season of 1893 at Mill. 4 miles north of Stanford, on Dix Klver, at $20 tho Season, or Out-Cros- s Dud-derar's Jeb Stuart, sire of Kitty Patchen 1E-- LEXINGTON DENMARK, a l.iying Colt, I.iio $15 Slti3mK'm J. $30 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when colt comes or mare sold or bred to another hor.e. Kor further Inlormation address S. K. DUDDERAR & HRO., 1 Gilberts Creek, Ky. 1 he Magnificently Bred Saddle Stallion, Uiv liorw?, Itoavy mane nml tail, with nljic, Vtvlo ami IliiMi. nml roprcftitinc f" tli lii.st trottlnii familio in thi' M.nw m (fiJIUOo whole country, fhouhl make a uroal stock at our The Standard nod HegUtered Jennet Jack Ijoim'. Will innkc tt Miort rit-isiablo 'J J mile west of Staiifnnl, at at SI5 for Mule nml Jennet Colls, and EMPEEOE 27. fr Jink-- , Sume IOTATOJB STANDARD. Ulack Stallion; Foaled in ISSi; SENTINEL 21479 ;d , lol hands high. EAGLE BIRD Will make the present season at the stable of his owner, two miles west of Stanford, on the Shelby City Pike, at the low price of $12.50 to Insure a Marc in Foal. S25 At sitino place a Term. LARGE 7 MUI-- E At 110 10 insure JACK, For 1'ull Doetiitou ami K.ttcnded igree call on or addru-.- , T Ped- J. A. &S.T. HVUK1S. Stanfoul, Ky. I. S. TEVIS, (Near) Shelby City, Ky. Wedgewood 436. i8.it at my stable one mile wesl of McCormacks Church on the Knob Lick, M.Cormacks Church and Turneraville turnpike road, Linculn Co., Ky, GILT EDGE ol 261. Tkl. Cn, tsddlp stallion will make the season Registered By at $5 the Season, cr S10 to Insure a LM Colt Four Months Old. Colts standing good until season money Is paid, mares parted with or removed froro Co., lorlelts Pedigree. insurance money. Discretion andheavy ..i.inc He is a dark bay n4 handa high, horse an jj and tall, very auiooihe. even turned . l.i fancy saddle gaits which he transmit nil the great uniformity. He wasured by Seco.u , .. I ) ,8, he by jewel Denmark (Cunningham) old Washington Denmark 64 v. 1st dam LIII10 Denmark sired by old btuue all Jackson 7J, he by old Washington l Denwas Ja mark 61, dam Crussader Ac: ad ,. encpe aired by RIHc'a (ilencoe, he by I y the 3d dam waa si.. dam a thoroughbred. great old Tom Hal and out of a Coppei Mm.sadRealizing the great demand for a Inst c.Js dle stallion I base taken great pains to cross this horse and I respectfully .nsite the inspection and patronage of every one wishing to bred 10 a horse belonging to the most popular and fashionable bred families of his class, as he crosaea back to tho acknowledged foundation saddlo strains. Marea kept any way on liberal terms, but not responsible for any accidents should any occur. Second Jewel 48. i scarcity of money, 113. HFCOUD ryA Which v.as made with but little handling Sire of Jay Kyo See 2:10, I'hallas 2:13. Direetor 2:17 and 3S others in the 2:30 Sentinel 11479 was sired by Almoin Sentinel, by list, nnd grand hire of Direct 2:00, Xtuicy Hanks 2:01. I.oekhart 2:14, nnd 33 others Sentinel, ho by Hambletoliian to. 1st dan. by Shakespeare dam by Long's llam- in the 2:30 list. Dictator hy Hamblctonian (site of Electioneer, George Wilkes, Dexiltonlan; id dam a thoroughbred. Sentinel ji7v) Is a beauliful dark bay, t( hands ter, etc.) dam Cl:tra!(tl:tmof Dexter 2:171, Alma 2:23 nnd Astoria 2:2lM) by Amerihigh, heavy itane and tail and pronounced by can Star 14 (sire of the dams of Guy 2:12, Hubert McGregor 2:17", etc.)" competent judges to be the haudsomeat horse in Kentucky 1 dam Alice. . . .by Almont 33, record 2:39 J, by Abdallah 13 (sire of Goldsmith Maid In selecting a stallion I endcasored to uel one 2:14, and Helmont, sire of Nutwood 2:18) dam by Mambrino with a gentle disposition, coiuoined with site, Chief 11, out of a daughter of Pilot. (sire of the dam! of form, fine iuatc trotting action, speed and individual merit as v. ell as rtrdicree. Asa situ I am Maud S. 2:0S). Almont sired 30 in the 2:30 list. ;, satisfied that his success is assured, as hchassomn very promising that I am sure will 2 dnm of Lula 2;1 1, May Queen 2:20. of the dams of by Norman 25 (siro go in the 10 list this sear. Two of them were jsorvnl L':li, 2:20", Gorman Medium 2:20, etc.J aold at the Lexington sales this )rar and brought good prices. by Morse Hori-- e 0; 1st dam Slocum" mare, by Magnum Bonum. Sentinel niro "ill make the season ol 1893 at my stable at McMnney, Young T.wyman mare, by Coeur de Leon (Hevi-)- . 3 dam -- Sired by Dictator $15 to Insure a Living Colt, $15. Eagle Bird Is a dark brown, lull 16 hands. He a fine mane and" tall; with as much style aud As a uniform action as any horse In Kentucky breeder ol high styled, high finished, fine colored colts he is not surpassed by any horse within our knowledge. He was sired by the gicit King Eagle, (winner of more than 40 premiums. First dam by Star Eagle, best son of Cabbell's Lexington. ad dam by Hamlet Denmark, son of Washing" ton Denmark I jd dam by Harris' Denmark, (son of Miller's Denmark. Kill); Eagle was never beaten In the model ring by hotse, mare or gelding. Sired by Black Eagle, sire of ll'uck Squirrel. 1st dam (the dam of Mark Diamond and Monte Chris to) by Black William. Cure w ill be taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Parting with mare positively forfeits insurance. Grass furnished at $a per month hat .t Jr iolinon ledgevilte pike. Uwin,; t we will ataud niu. .m by Old Stonewall Jackson. Money due uhen colt stands up and sucks, stallion will make the scasn I nn fancy saddle another our stable i iifotatcounty. KV.. on mile from Milledgevlllc, mare parted with or bred to month. hoise. (Jrass furnished at taper ana phi Not responsiinc .itanioru Lincoln ble for accidents should any occur. l At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. 4 dam Old Tuyman mate, (untraced). George Dictator will make tho season of 1S'J3 at GKORGEK.AI.FOKD, McKlnney, Ky, LIE HInck $5 to insure a living colt. O--A-Isri-D At SI'S oo Insiv i Aaivmfjf Oolt. neatly 10 hands high; foaled 1SS0; bred by George ville, Ky. by Yellow Jacket 112. 746. Will also stand a good Mule Jack At3 to ; K. Keene, Shelby- - insure. Stanford, Ky. E. P. WOODS, 7, J. M.CARTER, JR., Shelby City Ky celt ccnesnrtnare art d witn. Mare graxed in lid at icascnablc prices. Not responsible for accidints shuiild any ocvtir. tilll Kdge Is a beautiful red srrrcl, flaxy mane tichc high" wa tojicu sept aud tail, is. hands 6, i8Vi, ami is a perlcct saddls horse. yeat-ol- il anil tEok Cilt Edgeveas showed as a thu sweepstake premium at Kirksville and Dan Ihos, vllloand In his own ring at Harrodaourg. who want to luted to a good saddle stallion are cordia.iy invited to look at our horse and see hua nou us sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunningham's jewel, he by old Washington Denmark His first dam Minnie .y irfclJonald's ILilcorn Second dam by Weils crusader, his ist dambv Stonewall J ackron, he ny Washington Denmark, he by lllack Denmark, his tat dam by Cill'a-Jehe by Old Whip, ad dam a Rocky Mouut.i n m.ue. idOi cy due when th r E&RICSSON JR. jECUNuU iSINTOMAUDi SIrod by Mambrino Lo GrnndjW, (pn 1 of Washington Denmark.) dam Hlack Silk MADISON SANDIDQB& SON, s SILVER TIP 169. the This handsome saddle stallion will make one teason of l&n at the stable ol Iteasley Hroa., turnof Stanlord on the HuslonviLe mile west pike, Mlllcdgctllle Ky. lj hands high. by Drennou. 2 dnm and N.itwcod nnd half brother to 's By SUMPTER DENMARK, JR.; he by by Highlander. i Moquettc a 10; c'lampioii 3 dam Denmark, he by Gaines K: Cromwell's Denstallion record )autl thesirool thu darnel Ilsllsara, the damsof three olh:rs w tu iecuru m Grand hns been a very successful show horse, having never been beaten in a mark, ho by the race horse Denmark, he by Imp. of a. 19, j'f and a.lgK all made in ibcj. Hedgeford. 1 ., Is a sofid bleck, 11 nanan ..nnu show ring. Is perfectly kind and gentle and is n No. breeder. Krricsvon i dam... .Fannie Wallace, No. 36, bv Sir Wallace, weighs 1300 Ins., and Is a stallion tnat r ccm c us he by Todhunter's Sir Wallace, he by I O to insure n living colt. I also have Will stand ut himself. Hy h.rncson 130, the cumrljo alien Sir Albert (thoroughbred.) I I, Id olhisilay. ist ilara by uodnc, .by Vlrginlus (dam of VlrginiusbyTran- 2 dam sireot Piiot Jr., aireol the (la.i s : Maud.,, j ly by, (thoroughbred, he by M isou's and Nutv.ood. Ills celts tie tuasally Whip. kind, good sire, tine style, havin; prouuccU some of the best the country can afford. Which 1 will stand at tho same place and time at .a Whip Mare. to insure a living eolt. 3 dam They aru pood roadsters and the oest ot family Will pasture marea ut J2, but not responsible for accidents. $15 tho Insurance. hores, anil il handled would make good racers. Will uake the season at my stable a', miles from M. S. BAUQHMAN, Hustonville on the Hustonville and Liberty road, ' 3 Stanford,Ky."i t "WALLACE DENMARK 55. God.-dard- ).y tncilam ol 1 $ 1 11 Eyo-Se- e, Thxo Good Jaoks, . $0 IREJID B At $10 to Insure a .rlaro in Foal. LEXEL 262. A-G-LIEJ. STANDARD. Foaled May ao, iSSj. Wood hay, black legs, heavy mano and tall, 16 hands high. Sired by the world renowned Red Squirrel, the greatest saddle stallion on earth. Tho winner of three prires at St. Louis, Mo., fair, as the best saddle stallion any age. Premium $;.. Second as the best saddle stalllou, mare or gelding any age; premium i'o Third as the beat model utility stallion, marc or gelding any age; premium $150. A success not achieved by any other stallion on earth before or since, living or dead. Red Squirrel sired bv lllack Squirrel, by Ulack Kagle Ac. Red Kagle's dam, Rowctu Wobb Russell 744. y Funk's Sumpter Denmork, was never defeated in a walking ring hy stallion, mare or gelding. Red Kagle will be permitted to servejo mares, At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. Mares bred and traded or brea elsewhere renders season due. Lein retained on colt until season is paid. Pasture 1.50 per month, all mares at owners risk. U.S. POWELL. Hustunville, Ky, 9 u.. nn l Money due when colt is foaled or niaro parted with, moved out of the county or bred to another mares horse 1'asturage furnished will bo from a distance taken 10 at f a tier month. Due caro but In no event will escapes, responsible lor either. we be . .1 CM.. IT nv h hv On Time, ho bv Stonewall Jackson. bv Olfver, son of Wag-oneFlrtt dm by Skedaddle, Lion. second dara by Red en!. dxm was Mollle Mounce. sired by -- tln.tnn.sonof Illood's tllack Hawk, :"i j.nkVouni America, son of Taylor's Mrs- u ..,- dam by Medoc, ad dam aeoger. Skedaddle's id dam Aratus. was foaled May j, .888, Deacrlpt!on:-SllverT.P - bautiful red bay, 15K hands h.sfh, hnc mane ind tail, which he carries to perfection.more e ciaim natural Tor that e this young stallion any stallionha. the country-f- na in and action than saddle in form and m word, he is a model u be readily seen that this is one of State. the"nclest bred saddle stallions in the roui(l with his couralng Oolt. he very best saddle bloodsides bv thoroughbreds. on both backad up iS this sulllon's to bold open trot, which eminent y recom.-. The cheapest fee of any stallion in the Stale, nVnd. him sire oUlgh claw combined a horsreadily recommend him as and tine breeding considered. We can his season Personal attention to stock at owner's risk. breeder as this will behia third the get of any compare favorably with I". D. KCNNBDV, coluwm iKa rnufltrv. 1m Hustonville, Ky. Jj W. H. HAY6 RT.T3Y BROS. r; ON : TIME, : JR., at & vin' .ii'ii..i Will make tho season of iSoj at my stable Rowland At $8 to insure Living Colt. -- At $15 to Insure a Living He la a dark bay 16 hands high, foaled In iSSS. He is a fine saddle horse, witn nne stylo ana gooa mano and tan. He was sired by Ilubble's On Time, he by old Stonewall Jackson, he by Washington Denmark, he by Gaines' Denmark, be by Imp. Hedgeford. ist dam by King William, the noted saddle stallion; id dam by whip: ad dam by old Telegraph, a great producer of saddle horses. On Time, Jr., bred from all good families of sad-di- e horses in Kentucky, will undoubtedly produce good saddlo horses. Will also stand a young jack at same place, and same price. A lien will be held on all colls till season is paid. For further information, call on or address W. II. DUDDEKAR, Rowland Ky, 16 hands high. By WALLACE DENMARK 55; (see pedigree of Wallace Denmark jj.) Mag 37, by VIdette, by Vlndex, ho by 1 dam Illood's Black Hawk, he by Old Black Hawk. Vtdette's ist dam by Whip, ad dara Gallatio, 3d dam Old Tiger. Combined bay stallion, 16 hands high; both bind ankles white. ist dam by Mambrino Chief 11, ad dam by Old Bay Messenger, 3d dam 33Y ABDA.r.L.A.II by Cannon's Whip. by Davy Crocket, son of Denny's Drennou, by Imp, dam the Win. Lusk saddle mare bv .r Wallace, he by t dam Ju'ia Wallace, Si. Vai.ace, he by Sir Drennon. the best saddle mare eyer in Garrard Co. Todb.uuter's ,...by Highlander. a dam., Albert, (thoroughbred.; by Virginiua, he by Mason's Whip. Abdallah Messenger (sire ot English Hunter) is by Messenger Chief (sire of Maud Messenger a i6i 3 dam a Whip mare. Jake a aj, and j others better than a 30). ist dam Susie (by Sentinel Jjsjii, in 107a, sire 01 von Aima 4 dam a 19K a"J 7 others better than 1 30, and lull brother to volunteer ) ad dam Kittv Rivers Ir. d. ol Insurance. $15 l by Alexander's Abdallah (aire of Goldsmith Maid a Maud Messenger a i6J-,14 and the most prepotent son of Rysdyk's Hnmbletonian ) TOM by tied Jacket, (aire of the dam of Kentucky Willei 3 dam sat and of the g. d.of Red Wilkes by Comet Son of Wallace Denmark; ist dam by Miller's a son of Sherman Morgan, sire of Vermont's race horse Denmark; he by Black Hawk, founder of the Morgan family. Denmark,ad dam the Montgomery's Oliver, his dam by 3d dam Flortzel, the greatest family of roadsters i n the world. Tom is a fine shaped horae, by Old Drennon. I will stand hnglish Hunter the season of i8m at my stable 3 miles from yhclbv City, on the Knob black with heavy mans and tail, 15); hands high; L.ICK anu lurnersvuie piKe, as 90 iu insure a living cult. Money due when colt .is foaled or mare is a natural fiddler and will warrant him a saddle sue cxceucui young jacK, parted wisn. 1 win aiu breeder. 38 tbt) Insurance. Stock committed to my car and breeding will receive my personal attention. Grass furnished at reasonable rates, to be paid beforo removal of stock. No responsibility for accidents or escapes. Three years old, 16 hands high, with white points, heavy bone good style and eatra length.! ISired by Parting with stock forfeits Insurance. the champion jack, Too Keeae, by Rube Billington, he by Clark's Mammoth, he by Wight's Mara- . . . stable in connection with track I 10m Keene't dam by (.ol. ivpsom, he by Epsom's Montgomery, by my have a nice Mr. and Beailey, a fancy noin. 'w mem, uc uy .iiitiiu business. cole s Montgomery, oy uid Black Sampson. Tom Kcene's second dam by Mogul, by Compromise, by hone man, is with Royand we are prepared saddle to han me TlDnecanoo. by Black Hawk vj . ,.,.. uu,, ai. juuu uani uouy wooas, oy both lor rior, her dam an imported jennet The above finely bred voudip lark, whiui. blnn.1 lin.c tnrm ut ,n die horses, patrons. saddle and harness, satisfactothe great Warrior family and to the noted Black Hawk, the greatest of the Warrior family, with an rily to our infusion of fresh imported blood close up, should prove a greatbreeder. STEELE CARPENTER, There will also be some of his last year's get in the neighborhood tojkow for themselvea. Will atand at $10 to insure a living colt Hnstoaville, Ky. 5 topproved mares and J15 forjent Without distinction as to sex of progeny. Via-dex' 4jeirsold; MKSSKNGKR. the ROBINSON. ,nu -- a ,,. J.. B. P. POWELL. Km!- Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouml -- Stanford, Ky., . April 'S, 1893 W. F WALTON. EIGHT : PAGES. EVEHaTT ZFRID.A.'Y'. The Louisville Post calls attention to the fact that never iu the history of the I - 1 If' nr i r: w ii- - L If if I 1 ':! - I' country has any president so completely Owcnsboro. won the conGdence of tho people as Gro-ve- r --- 7 Gov. Fitzhugh Leo, of Virginia, has Cleveland. It is simply wonderful. tho president as ono been appointed by In the midst of what amounts to almost of the directors for tho Union Pacific finana financial crisis; with the ablest A REMNANT of ttlO faiUOUd "oQG," wllO railroad. Don Dickinson is also appointciers wagging their heads and pouring went down with Graut's banner floating ed a director. forth the most dolorous prophecies; with defiantly, met in reunion at PhiladelTho magnificent now armory of tho the Bacred myth of the gold reserve in- phia Tuesday night. Gov. Boutwell pre First Regiment Illinois National Guards Goods, come to vaded; with a combination of Wall street sided aud US of the "old guard" answerro aud in Chicago was destroyed by lln- receive gamblers endeavoring to control tho ed to their names. Tho occasion was a two colored men perished iu the ll.uues. nucial policy of tho country in order to very enthusiastic ono and the names of Loss f 215,000. make money for themselves, ho stands Grant and Conkling were cheered to the Charles Marshall, of Koberlson resolute, and by his single word restores echo every timo they wero mentioned. county, 20 years ago had a coflin made public confidence. The very Btatcment At the banquet, lion. Walter Evans, of now ho makes tho request made by Mr. Cleveland that the credit Kentucky, responded to the toast, "The of stouo and when ho is placed in it the remains that of the United States will be maintained Union," and it was nearly day before j,0 C0Vered with whisky to prevent them and that the parity between gold and the list of toasts was completed. Col silver will be protected is enough to W. 0. Bradley, for some reason, was not from decaying. T. F. McKinney, ol Now Hampshire, cause a reaction in the money markets present. has been appointed minister to Colomof the country and to advance the prices bia, T. L. Thompson, of California, to of all securities. Mr. Cleveland's simple In order to make a point on the "old Brazil and G. W. Caruth, of Arkansas, a statement, not backed up by a single war horse of tho Stanford Journal," as Congressman Caruth, to be proposal or the unfolding of a single he is pleased to refer to us, Brer. Tipton, brother of Come consul general at Portugal. plan, has caused this revulsion of feel- of the Richmond Climax, displays his Safety Vault it Trust Tho German ing, has allayed the fears of the panicky ignorance of nautical expressions. HampG5c; double-breaste- d Company of Louisville, has, as trustee of low. and has had this good effect. Such a ton Roads, we reassert, is "oil"' tho VirCoal and Coke Co , to o state of affairs was never seen before and ginia coast. True, the same water ex- tho Pine Mountain on deferred payments vtii uLvric. L,Jt,rr fl.7,71 ft ti orcwuiv kjcwuvo wo will be many a year before such n man tends to the coast, but the pacific and brought 200 suits it Pinevillo. These lots wero to will be seen again. placid body known as the Roads is a for lots in sold during the Pinevillo boom and mile or more out from theshore. Go to, While men are as prone to steal from Tipton; go to n nunnery, go to the dev- would not sell now for moro than 75 per cent, of tho deferred payments. their employers as the sparks are to lly il, anywhere to learn something ' Maj. D. W. Sander, tho lottery lawupwards, it is very rarely a woman is yer, and Judge B. F. Buckner, had an accused of such a crime, consequently Toe most wonderful of the many famFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. the arrest of Miss May Miller, for steal- ous victories achieved by tho democracy altercation in Rufer's restaurant at Louing $275 from a printing company at in the lust two years waa that in the 7th isville the other night, in which the Wool buyers aro paying 22 to 2:5c for Omaha, has created more surprise than Massachusetts district Tuesday. Lodge, indpfl drew u dirk from his bosom and wool. if a man had stolen tho whole concern. the author of the infamous force bill, would have sent it into Sander a stomJohn Cash sold to Hunn it Coffey tt This ia a decided compliment to the hon- has been representing the district for ach had not bystanders caught his arm. 3 year-olcattle at 2c. esty of the fair sex, most of whom are years, being elected last timo by 2,(511 Tho trouble is one of long standing. Samuel Moore sold to Johnson, of scrupulously square in their money plurality. He was promoted to tho U. It is reported that 01 persons wero His entire interest in'the transactions. A great many of our pa- S. Senate and tho special election result- killed by the two cyclones which swept Boyle, 21 head of lat cattle at 3J. Yeager & Yeager bought of M. S. pers go to ladies and if we have ever lost ed in the choice of Dr. Win. Everett by over Oklahoma Tuesday night. It is as much as $10 by them we do not recall a plurality of 14. Everything seems to positively known that over 10 lives wero Baughman a sorrel inaro for 5125. the fact. If we could say tho same about bo coming our way now, praise tie lost. Several persons wero fatally Wm. Moreland bought of B. F. Hay- the other sex, we could retire from bus- Lord and scores hurt. At the little den 40 hogs, to be delivered by July 15, iness and live the rest of our declining town of Norman 151 persons wero killed. at Oc. The president has refused to accept The damage to property can not bo esyears in peace and plenty. E. P. Woods sold to B. F. Robinson, Gov. McCreaiy's resignation as a mem- timated. of 2001b. hogs of Garrard, two Ada G hay's youth must bloom with ber of the monetary couferonce and he Wm. Neeley, who Iain jiil at Aud- at 0 10. perennial freshness. When we wero a may have to go back to BruBsells nolens for house breaking, says he saw Tho Lexington races begin boy, and, by the way, we have heard it volens. We should think, however, he Tom Tucker, Sam Young and Mose aud and last till May 8. The railroads-offeremarked that we are no spring chicken would uot object to that. In tho woods, Jerry Morrow killGilsonNewand throw reduced rates. ourselves, we remember to have seen up a tree, anywhere to escape the horde his body into the Cumberland river. Tho Mattie II., 2:111, has been shipped Miss Ada present East Lynne in tbe old of seems preferable to tho murder has been a mystery. Neeley to foreign shores aud when she starts Richmond, Va., theatre and sing that life that is making him old before his saya that New was killed to keep him again it will be in Europe. touching song, "Then you'll remember time, and would drive many a le.-- oven-I- v from implicating Mason and John JohnWool. I want to buy 100,000 lbn, me," with tender sweetness. She has poised man to diink. son for the killing of Joseph Kieth at or moro of wool. Will pay highest markbeen at it all thete years since and is doGreenwood seven moutliH ago, for which et price. A. T. Nunnelley. Legislative. ing the same business iu Louisville this John Johnson was sent to the penitenTho editor ol the Breeders' Gazette The Pealr bill, making it a felouy tiary for two years and Mason is yet to week, convincing thosu who seo her that predicts that good, fat beef cattle will be age has not withered nor custom staled for any police or other psace officer to bo tried. selling for ic by tho llrbt of July. knowingly neglect to proceed against her infinite varietv. J Thomas Whaley'fl barn, in Bath gaming, gambling and gamblers, passed MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. county, with S mules, 20,000 poundH of Tiie records show that the republican the House 07 to 0. tobacco, hay, wagons, rtc, burned Tues And ask a continuance of the patronage extended the firm of Higgins Wm. L. Frazure, aged 17, u I ln headsman, Clarkson, decapitated 1,!J28 the LouisIt is very probable & VanArsdale. and will make it to the interest of others to trade with fourth-clapostmasters in IS days. Our ville charter will be passed over the gov Annie Wren, 2:), obtained license and day. The books and accounts have been transferred to me and I wil! Dish-bn'George A. Bobbitt, of Brownsboro, me. were married yeaterday at Robert man Maxwell took 1,820 scalps in the ernor's veto. The citizens' committee has obtained a patent for protecting continue the latter with all who desire. in the l!ast End. same time and yet we are not happy. A that went to Frankfort to urge that acStanford fruit buds, but the dispatches do not say GayCIothing, Hoots and Shoes will be sold regardless of cost to close They say u pretty little steam guillotine couldn't take the heads tion succeeded in getting the Senate out stock. blonde is having her wedding clothes from what. of the rascals off fast enough to suit us. committee by a vote of o to to recomGeorge Alford, owner of Sentinel, prepared and that before tho May flowWe do not hanker iu the least for the mend the passage. flesh-po- ts ers cease to bloom will become a blush-in- ; has already served with that horno 2! of office, but we are a Jackeo-niamares. His advertisement in this paper bride. democrat aud want to seo the boys NEWSY NOTES. ' in tho trenches enjoy tho usufruct of Tht; only thing that marred tho mar- is surely a paying one. A tornado near Moore, I. T., killed riage of Mary Benton, aged 102 years, Bring mo your Wool Wastko. WK SF.LL their famous victory. Get a fuither ten persons aud did much damago. fact that the wool and get the highest market price. of Grimsby, Eng., waH the move on you, Brer. Maxwell. Four bodies in a dry goods box weru bride was wed without the consent of I want it and will buy it if you will give Wm. Moreland, found iu a pile of drift wood near Galla her parenta. mo an opportunity. Under the guard of four policemen, tin, Tenn. The Warren county circuit couit Stanford, Kv. that interesting old relic, the Liberty The Louisville city council is taking gave J. G. Smith io.OOO damages against Harry Poindexter and other fruit Bell, is en route to the World's Fair. Its steps to have electric wires placed un- the man who alienated his wife's affec- growers near Jefferson ville, Ind., btate departure from Philadelphia was markd tions. This is coming pretty high for that all the fruit is safe and tint the ed by a grand parade, headed by the derground. of 50 years shows that it Iibh never II. II. Dun woody has been appoint- secoud'hand love, but the gay Lothario mayor, and mueic and much patriotic been injured by frot later than April oratory was indulged in. At Indianapo- ed assistant chief of the weather bureau, seems to have been bound to have it. The multiplicity of divorce suits iu lis, the principal stop, there is to be a vice Rockwood, fired. About 200 cattli on tho market court John Peterson outraged a young girl Louisville in which decrees are so readigreat jollification, in which the school at Denmark, S. C; vigilance committee ly obtainable, leads the Midway Clipper day. A few choice steers, weight 1,100 Canary and Mocking Hire! Cages, Hanging Haskcts, Flower children will play au important part and Crocks. 1KX) to New slock of Genuine Carbolic Sheep Dip. Trices reasonable. Harrison will make a caught and tried him; verdict, death aud tocompaic the city to ancient Rome, poundH, brought lc; lighter ones. immediate execution. where, according to Seneca, "women 1,000 pounds, 31 to 3c; light plain cattle speech. Eleven laboreis were caught under married iu order to be divorced, and 2 to 3c. All offerings were sold. WinA Cyntiiiana man committed felo de a falling wall at Cincinnati, ouu of whom were divorced in order to marry, and chester Democrat. Kahn 71 W. M. Rogers sold to Mo-e- s fie, after writing a note to his wife say- was killed outright, two otheis will die noble RoniHii matrons counted tho years II. II. KING. ing that he could best show his love for and seven were injured. Consuls, but by their dis- hogs, weighing 230 ponuds, at 5c, to be CKOHUK II. I'KKWITT. not by the her by taking his life. Wo know a num taken May l;alao vSO lambs at 0i to go Robert McXeely, a watchman at the carded or discarding husbands. ber of husbands who ought to take the Maysville jail, while serving dinner to from June 23 to July 1. Howard W, LAUREL COUNTY. LONDON, same method of showing their affec- the prisoners was knocked down and Nutter sold to Andrew Vaughn, of black saddle tion. Their wives could get along much prisons escaped to the hills. Ind., Ida MORELAND, KY., Co. found The Wrought Iron Hinge without them. Who will be the Halleywood, for 5300 Advobetter Prof. Hopkins, the West Virginia poor picking in Laurel and are preparing gelding, We have opened up a nice line ol first Stanford man to thus distinguish entomologist, has imported from (JeruiR cate. to leave.' himself? Hurry up, we want a good ny hugs which consume the insects that In our hora' columns will bo found Jddge Barnett and others are attenditem ! tho pedigree of ijuinine S., tho speedy are destroping tho Virginia forests. ing the G. A. It. weetin,? at Owensbjio Bon of Abtlallah M.imbriuo aud Ella Near TomkiiiBville two men, oi e fiis week. The war on the gamblers in Louisville e paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we Hopkitid. Read about him and if you named Pitcock and the other Brown, I'd Melvin has commeiiced life in could rct is putting much lucre in the treasury. want a colt by a full brother to Geneva the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots mortally wounded each other with earnest, having moved into the Emory Tho total paid in fines TuesJay amount S , Mattlo H. and other fast onts, breed which enables us to make very low prices. Hases during a quarrel over a woman. of steel nails S" ncr Faria house. ed to the snug little sum of $3,900 and knives to him. He ia otvued by A. W. Smith, kcr. do. wire nails 2. in. rn.il nil 101-- iwrr.l ,..:k am .t . After burying 12,000 persons Sexton - ,w- - ! t;'" mi iii ui ler o ". m Mrs. James Eisey, whoso husband : ' "one; still tho merry war goes on, with no of Boyle. Cornelius Vail has been buried himself. lives in tho eastern part of tho county, proportion. e prospect of a let up till the lust Naboth, 2 21, is now virtually in the Terms cash or country produce, Giw us a call. We will save sport expires. The Times contin He was 82 yearn old and spent his lout: died Monday. you although he is still money life in grave digging at Madisonvillc. M. Furis has bought an hands of Crit Davis, Mrs. Bettie ues to let 'em have.it with "damned be inthoBtudat Mr. J. K. Biiighman'o, incubator and if successful will make he who first cries, hold enough" inscrib- Ind. fcaWc are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. near Hustoiivillo. The great driver has Tho president has appointed Hon. chicken raising a business. ed on its banner. e sent oue of his ablest lieutenants up and of Covington, to be memfrom Haivey Myers, c& F.J. Campbell ib hero handling Naboth daily. He re Spriugs making, preparations for ho is Tuat little German editor, Theodore ber of the World's Fair commission for Kruger by name, who published the Kentucky, vice Senator Lindsay, resign- his Hummer opening. Tho btagu line ports him in lino condition and says that Crit will certainly lower his mark for editorial reflecting on American ladies, ed. will be run from this point. him this year. It will be remembered William Xowby, an Illinois veteran, has shaken the dust of Lexington from A tramp, namo bo far not learned, that Naboth made tho mark of 2:21 iu his feet and will never come back again. was recently allowed a $20,000 pension. was struck by train 25 Monday and hurt lie took care to leave between two butib, The records show that he was killed at bo badly that hisrm had to be amputa- tho third heat of a race. else instead of the suit he wore one of Shiloh, but he was identified by rela- ted Tuesday. He is being taken euro of Hev. A. V. Sizemore will preach at tar and feathers would have ornamented tives. by the railroad company at the section-hous- e. Mt. Xenia at o'clock Sunday afternoon. ' Last July Thomas Vandyke left his his foul carcass. Tho meeting at Rowland, conducted home near Lebanon to escape being- a Is keceiving Hii The lato Squire Abingdon did not prominent figure in a wedding to n girl Cook, who has tho two fine by Ho vs. J. H. Julian anil A. V. Jesse F. : leave a cent to Lily Laugtry, after telling he had betrayed. He has been brought Baddies, Dillard Denmark and Charley has resulted bo far in (i confess: her he had made a will bequeathing ev- back and will be tried on the charge of Sadnldge, tella us that he booked 111 ions' and will continue through noxt Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give erything to her. A Bon of a guo ! ' week. seduction and attempted poisoning. marea at Ligcaster Monday. . Mrs. LoNdMtRK, of Anderaon county, Tenn., was awakened the ether night by some one prowling around tho honso. A big gun stood in tho hall and she timidly opened tho door and fired it. out into tho darkness. The prowling ceased and Mrs. Longtime returned to her couch very much elated with her effort. When the light of another day called her to duty again she wks horrified on looking out to 8je tho grinning corp30 of a negro, lying within a few feet of her door, her Bhot having taken effect in tho top of his head, killing him without a groan. The widow is tho heroine of tho town, but somehow or other she doesn't enjoy the honor of having sent a soul to kingdom come, even if she wero threatened with bodily or other harm. A Marion, Intl., man lost his wife and two daughters by d'ath tho eamo aftornoou. Ten persons no died within n weok at Madison, Ind., from tho effect of poison received by eating canned meat. On account of her brokon health, Mrs. Jefferson Davis has declined tho invitation to attend the Festival of Con federate VeteraiiB at Shroveport, La., on The GEEAT COST SALE Has been a decided success and will be coiitin- ucd throughout ?f ?Sk May 5. T. E. Llvezey was elected commander and Dan O'Kallly aud G. A. Jones of tho Kentucky Department of the G. A. It. in its meeting If you are in need of anything in CLOTHING, SHOES AND DRY GOODS, Gents' Furnishing etc., at once prompt and polite attention and our Store, where tou wil 11 SECURE a : BARGAINS Seldom equalled and never excelled. Poles 20c. in the business makes this sale absolutely necessary. with the crowd and Jet the pick of Men's fine Suits at prices bewildcrinUj Children' s Suits at Men' sail wool Suits $5; black Cheviot Suits $5. Biq lot of 1'ancy Prints just received and all at Ac oo. Jlicti trmn J ffmimi nn. f?,,.4;,. Bo not miss this opportunity secure the big bargains offered. EVERYTHING WILL GO AT COST As change 1 a THE LOUISVILLE STORE. I Have Purchased of d W. H. Higgins. in-iur- 1 GROCERY car-loa- ds Mon-ticell- o r otlice-eeeker- s, H1RDWME KflflTS STTnPS s CLMOTt ll! WMWMM, WW.. M ss tat n, 15 n -- The Gurney Refrigerator, THE WHITE MOl'NTAIN lec-or- ICE CREAM FREEZERS, WATER COOLERS, McKINNEY BROS. Ex-Presi- dent S Rich-won- d, KING & PRE WITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Dry Clothing duuu, oiiues, nais, urocenes, Hardware, w- dead-gam- Rock-castl- KING PRBWITT. -- H.6.RUPLEY,-- 'fell mfattrtMS llttUk me - Size-mor- e, SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. call. - a ,zs. Tr-- -- ?. - f. "A-T""'-'- - ' f lpv-.- -r Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - Onion seta nnd garden needa nt Warren's. A. A. " STANroiiD, Ky., - It is said that eorrow'a crown of sor A pun. 2H, 1893 row la remembering better things. m .awA&TON.Bua, Manager PERSONAL Mrt. POINTS. , In Found, pair of spectacles, which own er can get by paying for this notice. Tou Runt. building. tor. OlTico A. B. Robertson & Bro L in Intkriok Joun-NAApply to tho proprlc John M. McHoiibhts, Sn again v cry low. Mil 0. IJ. Samtaon, of Mercer, ia vIbII-n- g his old frionda. Miw. SVm Gkkii tins roiio to lllueilold Vn., to visit friends. Mil W. U. Mow, of Lancaster, went to Louisville yrptenlny. Mkh. Will L. Dimidkiiak 1wb returned from u four weeks viit to Cincinnati. Oil Hi'iiink J. ibtnwv, of Mt. Vernon, w.ih Willi Dr. Carpenter licro tliiH week. Mir-- put up their Tiik local sports has already begun to itch-o- il atufl" in tho Corbett-fight. At present it is even money. Mil I. M. Hruck is preparing to build nnother cottage on Ktst Main street, between hla nowly completed cottage A. G. Huffman's residence. It seemn to bo n question of only a very short time till Rowland and Stanford aro joined together. Tiik Danville Opera House will soon undergo decided changes and improvements. It seems to us that it has always been too small a place for the nmuuement seekers of that town ami it is a wonder that it haa not been torn down and built on a larger scale years ago. IIattik Whiikiii:ai, id of Hnrbour-vill- e, the giuntof Mm. Lewis Ihuklo-r- r. In the comparatively small space we have we can only call attention to a small part of the many good things we have in our immense stock. Besides the lines we mention below we carry a fine line of "Gorham" and "Reed & Barton" sterling silverware of all kinds and sell it close. .Complete line of fine Toilet Soaps at wholesale prices. nnd Geo. B, Hurd & Co.s' fine stationary, and the best line of Ladies' and Childen's Shoes in Danville, as well as hundreds of new and staple notions and ladies' furnishings that we are continually receiving. We cordially invite you to visit our store and when here make a general tour through the stock. It will amply repay you for all loss of time. Jr Misaca Hrij-htwe- LoneK Haii.kv anil I.irzio down Vedne6ilny to visit the MiflHesGivenu. Mns. Stkklk Dailky ia onanist at tliu Prcahytcrian church, instead of the lndy mentioned in Tuesday's isiuie. Mil 0. L. I.nman and hia pretty little black-eyewife, who aro ataying at Crab Orchard Srprina, were hero Wednesday. Kkyb. W. A. Blaymakku and Ken attended Helm and KIder II. 0. the meeting of the Presbytery at d AV t . 4 ' i m 0 I 5V i -( ? X , - . Ts 'SJV " 4 - t. i Som-erse- t. Of it to vn readers who see this paragraph before 8 o'clock should go nt once, if they have not already done bo, and secure a reserved seat to tho rendition of the Princess by tho V. A. M. Society, under the direction of Miss Summers. Onr word for it, you will bo am ply repaid. . DRESS GOODS. In this, our most important line, we always have the correct tilings nnd have them when wanted. Our stock is nlwnys the largest and our price the lowest. That is why we lead this section in dross goods Our finest Dross Goods we hring in one dress of a kind. In these wo have a great variety and at moderate price. Wo have jmt received a new lot Hop Sacking!, Sail Cloths, Silk and Wool Check, Iilege Poplins, Ac, &c. Prices range from $7,o0 !IOO to $11 dres pattern. Wo put on sale Novelty Dress Goods at yaidt of nil wool LTic per yard. At 50c, (Wc, 75c and $1 yard we show a great vnriety of new weaves, plaid, checks, mixtures and solid colors of guaranteed value. Of to-da- SILKS. Wo have in nil probnbly 200 pieces of Silks. China Silks in stacks. .'!'Jc will buy a good printed China that is all silk nnd in pretty designs. Our line of $1 China Silks is large and select nnd of the best quality. No city can undersell us. Wash Silks for Waists in all colors 55c and 75c. Kiki Crcjies in a new party dress goods at 50c per yard. Trimming Silks we hnve in almost confusing variety. 'Surah, China, Crystal, Arinure, Rep, Tnfieta, Ondine, Satins, &c, in plain, plaid, stripes, brocade and changeable 40c to So per yard. WRAPS. S10. All wool blnzers $2.50. All wool capes S2.50 to Velvet capes 50 to S12. All wool blazer suit S. SHIRT WAISTS. Of Irish lawn milled 75 cent. Of Havana cloth, new colors, 75 cts. Navy and black spot satin 85 cts. Pink and blue Madras satins SI. Fine fast black ntine 31.25. Serpentine waits$l toS2. I if . K ?V v , 1 Misa Mollis Huookh, of CrabOrchard, A mm two daya of rain, tho sun shone came down to attend tho Princess en from a beautifully clear sky yesterday tertalnment and is tho Riicst of Mrs. Dr. and once again reminded us that it is J. fl. Carpenter. springtime. The balmy breezes will bo Mna. 8. CTiiUKHKAitT, lady principal , however, if the signal serof MillcrsburK Collie, stopped over with vice is right. It dispatched ui yester:3 inch Irish lawns 12J cts. 27 inch printed DimMisa Florence Trueheart last niRlit, en day as follows Fair, colder Friday. ity Cords 15 cts. Fine quality ginghams 10 cents. route to Louisville. Probably light frosts. Dotted Swisses 15, 20, 25, 30, 35 and CO cts. Printed Miia.J. II. Owsi.ky and Mm. Hugh Wednesdot Swiss 30, 35, 50 and 65 cts, Wool challics Whim: coming down tho hill at Cedar In fast black and will neither fade nor spot; 24- Held went over to U'xinnton Jaconets ISc. Finest French Satines 33c. inch at 63c, at 83c. day and bruiiKht Mr. John Pennington Creek on tho Crab Orchard pike, Mr. L. M. Lashy's horse, which was a blind one, Finest French Organdio 40e. Colored embroidery liomo from the Asylum. to match. Mim. Lucy Kr. Clair, who has been failed to make tho curve and plunged visiting for eomo time at her old home vehicle nnd all down tho blull. FortuWe always linvo a full assortment in Rome, Gil, returned to her daughter, nately no damngo was done, either to Serge nnd Henrietta at 50c. Kxtra Mr. ljialey, horse or vehicle, though it Mru. Steele lUiley'a, Tuesday. Serge 75c. Novelty Jarquard and Poplin weaves Kvery one wnnls velvets nnd few- - stores have At 10c ribbed vests, veil made and full sizes. At John HitUiHT, Jil, ban given up his !b hard to see what prevented a casualty. nt 75c. Rep Supers at Sic nnd fl; Wloifrs at SI; them. We hnve a big lot of greens and purplos as 13c liner quality, with tapes in neck. At 25c pure job on tho road and has gone back to Silk Warp Clairotte nt SI ynnl . iid many well ns staple shades at SI to $2 per yard. New s lisle thread vests with silk at 23c. La Thu owl is n very wise bird in Graya to work. Ho has been with his ,'fc, plaid stripe nnd changeable velvets SI to So per yd. other". dies' knee length drawers 25c nnd 50c. several days. homefolka hero for genu nil and this one in particular. He ii'iTKft number of people from huie advises that you secure a ticket nt once V to night to nee to tho concert of tho New York Stars nt will go over to . s, r t ' how tho band boys over there anjuit Walton's Opera House on tho night of . t . . themselves in their first concert. May 1st nnd he'll guarantee you will be Mkssim. LkkCokuy, of Curry, Tunis delighted. Reserved seats, SI; general A Norwood, nnd Clay Hunt, of Pearpon admission, ". cents, gallery, 60 cents. TO .t Clark, two of tho cleverest drummeia Tijanklkiis' Rest. Judge Wallace K. on tho roatl, were hero yesterday. Mil L. C. Hatto.v, representing K.J. Varnon took Photographer A. J. ISarp Reynold's Tobacco Co., of Winston, X. out to Tnivelers' Rest, the homo of Gov. C, wna hero yesterday. See notice of Shelby, Kentucky's tlrat executive, and his tobacco in our advertising columns. had several views of it taken to send to Anothkk Richmond has shied his casThk suicide of Mr. Ren Swope, an acMEN'S AND 130 Y'S fight Mr. T. J. Mil L. A. Kaiiihj, who recently mov-o- l the World's Fair. He will also have a count of which is given by our Danville tor into tho from Somerset to Loxliiutnn, writes photograph mado of tho lino oil paint- reporter, created great surprise to his Hatcher, an old Stonewall Jackson solthat his wife, who was Mips Kittle Rout, ing of tho governor, which lianas in the friends here, who never imagined that dier, who think? he has a fair show. hni been very ill, but is somewhat iin circuit court-rooho was of that turn of mind. Kvk.v those who aro not moved by a proved. Tmsiik will be a little sport nt the damage to tho fruit by concord of sweet sounds will find somewho spent of the Mr. ami Mns J.C.IIayh, Saturday afternoon. It will tho frosts seem to have been exaggerat- thing to interest them in Monday night's Pence the winter at Sanibel Island, Fin., re- bo n track race between Clara W., n gray ed. Those who have examined say more entertainment by the New York Stars. turned homo Tuesday. They aro both mnre, A. K. Hundley's roadster and Will than half tho buds aro alive nnd in good S. Homer l'aton, impersonator, is a delighted with tho island nnd Mr. Hays Hays' hay mare. It will bu for n purse condition, while in some of the high lo- whole show in himself. is much improved in health. of SI0 and nt2:0 they will start. Hays calities there will be nearly a full crop of An infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John TiiK Kid news comes from Richmond Hundley will drive their own en- all kinds of fruit. Traylor died last Monday evening and that tho lovely and beautiful Mies Alma and while Tom Yeager will handle the was buried in the Goshen cemetery on JUST IN Hagan, who was the picture of health tries, reins over the gray mare Admission OniMr. Hughes has just returned from Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Traya when alio visited the Mlei-- s free. the cities with tho finest nnd prettiest lor have tho sympathy of their many year or two ago, ia in tho last singes of lino of summer dreas goods in wash fab- friends in their loss. consumption and can live but u Tiik reduction in insurance rates, mado of every new werve. In cotton posaiblo by tho water works and increas rics NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Mili.ch, tho bright young ed facilities for lighting tire, is enough in and wool challies, Scotch embroidered Rev. Hknhv shades in of tho Middlcsboro Presbyterian many cases to pay the water rent of the Swisses, Scotch lawns, light pastor dress goods of church, stopped over htro last night on person insured. The Intkkior Journal all wool goods and black nvprv weave. China silks, new shades PresJ"- - ZE3. -his way back from the meeting of has had refunded to it by the insurance jackets, bytery at Somerset. Ho atill has great companies more than enough to pay for of velvet, Bolero jackets, Zouave The bct and lirgeit piece of new and faith in tho Magic City and sayo Invest- tho water in its building, including that SpringlWraps and everything Cast your eye down this column. These will open the most obsticlothing, A:c. Don't - TOBACCO, ors may rest assured that they will yet for steam purposes. What do the old deairable in shoes, nate pocket books. It brings buyers from Garrard, Rockcastle, Lauexamine before buying. Hughes fail to realize on their lots. s croakers nod obstructionists, who opposl.er cnM on thU millet Jfor ten cctiti iK. rel and even from that little isolated town of Danville. 1'oli.K.i.oCo.VMt R." Miss Mai Adams passed down to Lou- ed the water works say now ' Kvery-tilin- A Tate. One lot Wool Dress Goods in Serges, Henriettas, French Poplins, Ceil, daughter isville Tuesday with little A Trial is Convincing. is running so gratifyuigly that Knights of Honor was Ucngalincs, &c, at 35c, never offered before for less than 50 and Coc. Ai.oimitof of Col. Cuili Crooke, of Altamont. Tho there ia not even a slight place to work Sold hv W II. WKAKKN CO. ar.d I'AUUtS One lot of Dress Patterns, 7 and S yd. lengths at $5. .Monday night at Rowland and 50 and $6; one A HARDIN, Stanford, Ay. had tho misfoitune to fall and in their old "I told you so." little lady has been named Cyclone lxdgo to perlot of Chevrons, former price 15c, now SJ3C. Satteens and Satin her arm while at play and Miss break of the Glorias at the most popular prices. Surah Silks, China Silks and 13en- J l'doi: Roiiinson granted tho petition petuate in memory, we puppose, Adams was taking her to Louisville, at that plnco. There were igalines for trimmings, and Shirt Waists from 35c to $1.75. Our line asking for an election to take tho sunso recent cyclone where alio could receive both medical the lodge startof Black Dress Goods is simply of the people as to whether liquors shall 17 charter members attention and good nursing. ed out under auspicous circumstances. be sold in Lancaster and lixed Juno 21th will bo two meeting nights a vt y "Tx. t "rnr 2T CITY AND VICINITY. as the day. Col. Welch lepresented the There hall over Ste engineers' for cash roit petitioners and a number of the local month and tho vV 9v S JJkt Knox' store will be used for the Tiik Xew phens bar tho other side. Already tho pot has DAYS ONLY, White Goods of every price and weave. lodge was organ..hi tamburgs in white and begun to boil and there will be old place of meeting. Tho York Stars colors for trimming all classes of Wash Goods. You should see our ized by Mr. M. 1. Hughes, of Lancaster, t seething, sheol from now till A. A. Warren, reportZouave and Itolero Jackets in steel, jet and irridescent, and our Tailor MISSLICCIi: IIEAZLLY'S, At Walion'b the election. If our dear friends on both State deputy, and er of tho lodgo hero. J. W. Carrier was . Stanford, Ky Made Spring Wraps and Capes just received from New York. Gen sides of the question will accept a little OrBKA. Houhk tlemen can buy the be-- t made, the best fitting and the nobbiest Tail-- I through elected Dictator; K. LMartin, ndyice from one who bus been Dr. J. A. Amon, Importer, G. V. or Made Clothing ever offered in this city from us. Our footwear for Monday night, May 1. the mills of a prohibition election more Stephens, Financial Koporter ami W. S. ladies and gentlemen, misses and children is the flower of all the manCRAB ORCHARD than once, it will be: Do not get excited; Spkoiai, Salk of solid gold set rings nt ufacturers and we start them at 25c and run them up to $3.50 and $4 it is wearing on the nervous system, and Krtox. Treasurer." Dauks' this week. for ladies and gents. Don't buy till you come to see us and with evdo not rend your nether garment, for it A onk i.k(.(iki man, with a wife and ery Sio cash purchase we will give a nice Calico Dress. Sai.k. Tomatoes and cab- is a useless performance. asking for Plants ion daughter, was here this week bage. O. J. Newland. a wooden leg. A HhiIiw y Roiiiikk. Wednesday a money with which to buy claimed to be an old engineer and ecreon windows nnd couple of colored men, Ren Johnson nnd He leg in a railroad Mi lnivd Summer Ruiort, with lU Tom Rriatow, came to town nnd report- stated that ho lost his doorB at Wearen & Co.'s wreck. Ho is to be pitied for his loss, ed that they had been assaulted by an Fivk different sizes Leonard ice chests. unknown negro and ouu of them rob- but if he is a charitable object, any ono Scaling WfttorS and R03tfttl SUT- GO TO- Will save you 200 per cent, of your ice bed. They say they were coining in who could muster up tlio gau to oeg roundings, I Io was well dressbill. W. 11. Wearen & Co. this direction from Junction City and might bo called ono. a handsome pipoami "sport-od- " Will bo open fur I In reception i,f juest by a man who walked ed, smoked Tub roseola or German measles is ep- were overtaken a nice walking cane. His wife and till near the Hanging Kor goods at low prices. Our stock of idemic hem nnd in Homo cases whole along with them well and the Fork tank, when ho demanded their child were also dressed MONDAY, MAY 15, 1893, with It. families aro down (?) that few of Indulged in a luxury money. They refused to pony up and tobacDemoJohnson over the head with a tho wealthy ones do, i.e., chewed famOur. friend Spotswoo 1, of tho he struck Health and pleasure feeders wil! find this valiso, the Opera House at coupling pin, laying the scalp open from co. Besides a crat, has rented tho nearly as large as Harrodsburg for ft00 a year. neck to forehead. He then made a lunge ily carried a trunk Millinery, Notions and Shoes is complete. We have just received AN ADMIRABLE PLACE those fouud at Saratoga or any other at Bristow with his knife nnd cut his elegant line of Ladies' and Misses' Tiik coal operators and miners in the clothes open, Jbut failed to reach the and a couple of 1,000 mile To recover their wonted health and eneij,'ic and an on a schedto the conducnt the same tune iecure quut, homo.lilc fare at Jellico section have agreW llesh. He eeeuredl.SLOO from Uristow, tickets were handed out ule of rates and everybody is happy. they took thu train here for but mado a water haul on Johnson nnd tor when . They of course were givfor liquor went his way, while the men came on greener ilelds. Which will be sold at the lowest cash prices. Country produce taken I'r ce of Board from $; to ?u per week. Two noticB of application money while here and possibly good o further intornutiou apply to m exchange for goods. posted Mrs. M. C. here. Dr. O'Raunon dressed Johnson's en HcenseB have been by tho donors, but if OUS HOKMANN, Orchard, and G. S. words, which'.are quito eovere. There is deeds wero done Vanderpool, at Crab telliug who will a depressed fracture, which is liable to this is kept up it is no Crab Orch.ird, Lincoln County, Ky. Carpenter and Thomas Dalton, Stancome around for alms nf ter awhile. produce death, if inflammation sets in. ford, abort-lived- WASH GOODS. Waterproof Silks 27-inc- h 10c-Ficnc- h BLACK GOODS, IJO-in- all-wo- ol VELVETS. h LADIES' VESTS. draw-string- 15-ln- .... .... ... ... .... I, R0BEB poet-oflic- TSI Bill M 1J riLo Rei-okt- s CLOTHING! New Stock kew Styles, On-Blc- few-day- H.J McROBERTS. tc. FIGURE SW ILL TALK CHEWING -:- J.Kiy-n.ild- g K. i7-i- ad Special Bargains : SPIUNG MILLINERY, NEXT io fXCEMJaBo red-ho- Vice-Die-tato- SPRINGS. 1 HUGHES & TATE. -- J in The Cash Bargain Store Clothing, Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, for-in- er ii' good-size- d i ! Reasonable Rates. SLIPPERS, 1 B. F. JONES & SON. ,rx tK 4 1 I, l He :m and rolled In a corn husk. trw was one of tho Minmosn trifoliutum Then they nro heated in nn alcohol stovo giganticum, If my memory serves mo at and kept hot by mon who soil them to all creditably. This tree during a HE SAYS HE IS UNFITTED FOR THE - tho credulous throng. rain, which sometimes octirs in "When chiokons aro scarce, tho soa gull tho Yoomit expands, tho cells filling LIFE OF A MONK. Is ustxl. That was the kind I got. I am with water rapidly and enlarging. Daniel Walton, a low and vulgar man, My mother, Mn. Kate Dudderar, has just re. The Ljidy Whn YTn Anxious to Seo n Pojj, not enough of nn ornithologist to select was hunting through tho valKty in tho turned Irom the cities with an clcrant line or mil. fa males. Which ltecalls nn Incident In William' hnery, embracing Designing pcoplo might mnko them out spring of 1878 with ill success, hav-inI'nrls Ciireei Kutlnc a To mule How of weathercocks or other drciduous fowls killed nothing but grizzly Iwars, Walton Wan Sim cd. and fool 1110 sadly. A man who is not all of winch wero too largo to toto home. Of the season, of which she will have lull control. an ornithologist should shun tho tomalo As ho caiin' up tho vulloy n honw rain (Copyright, ISO, by Edgar W. Nye She alto encaged a unless ho has faith and a stomach which set in, and it enmo on to rain.ns it someSanta Claus, Cal., April. times doe-- in the raiule.--s region of CaliFIRST-CLAS- S me 01 missions ot uamornia aro n will not turn when trodden upon. California Iras moro attractions than fornia. Sfing that it was growing treat. I liavo visited n number of DSESS MAKER. great At first I thought they wero built any other state' in the Union, but tho wurs", Walton stepped into this hole in Jiem. was about a month later than f ho tree, nml unbuckling a largo thermal JXrf. W. T Heard, who cut by the only Parisian nml operated for tho entertainment of Scientific Tailor System in the United States, excursionists, but I now find that they usual this year, nnd several eoplo per- bvlt which ho wore and which contained the Seamless Garments in ltasquu, ished from exposure. Living horo i.i cartridges lu laid it aside and soon went Dresses and Wants, also Latest Fads in nro genuine and do much good. Skirts and Wrap. Call and examine my stock of cheap. Workingmon can get good boart to sleep. When ho awoke, ho was surnut-- r your order for Millinery before buying and leave at tho largo hotels at $G to $18 per day, prised to seo that tho hole was almost your dresses. Thanking you for past favors wo solicit same. with coal at 01 '10d. Horso hiro is cliwd up by tho swelling of the wood MAUV DAVIS DUDDERAK. extra. Dogs nro not allowed to play In cells of tho tree. Ho was greatly alarmed, tho halls or to cat nt tho regular talilo for he had m means whatever bv which toc?inpo from tho tree and did not know with guests. YOU ARE GOING., .IF Monterey probably has tho best hotel when the storm would ceaie. llo feared R in tho btato except Saugus. Snugus is that ho would beco'iio a part of tho tree and somo day bo put into a sidean eating joint whero your mealsaro preTHE wired while yon wait whilo you wait board or tho top of a bar counter perhaps. four hours for tho Los Angeles train for Ho fired his riflo soveral times out of tho hole, but did not kill anything. As dark-n- o San Francisco. camo on and ho felt tho Jiangs of Thero is nothing at Saugus but tho eating house and n few cases of colio hunger gnawing nt his vitals ho heard footsteps passing by and rightly judged under tho same management. Tho in our entire car, excepting a man that tho author of them could not h far -LOUISVILIC 4 NASHVIllt R. R. : CUls SZt.sZl.rtM'tCttC from New Haven, ato lunch thero nnd away. Looking out through thenperturo, .. he sawn man and soko to him in a glad wero poisoned by something thoy ato Is the line for you, as its W'..u.orsist'Tc iccjszssix 1 . ,V .. V . . - ' there. Probably it was tho canned vege- tone. 'U10 voice, coming out of a knottables which aro used at that placo and hole not wholly closed up yet, htartled t- - yr--' - . nro obtained from the oust, 1 judge, in the man, for ho feared it was something Make close connections at ' STY- S'CC&C&e! &sz. suiR'nmtural. Tho man's namo was exchnnge for oranges and lemons. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Kodgers Our car called tho For all points. ?Sf i?J M AtV Vv commotion was tho sceno ofseveral wildest He ran nt Lou Hodgers, theytagged him. first, but "Walton all night, and him v-- t THROUGH-TICKESOLD. of tho THROUGH HAGGAGEjCHECKKD passengers wero ill for 10 days afterward. so "ll l'iteously that ho paused aud went For any information e.iquire of viv. 1 no noi Know now tno ouiiilnveea nt ACCOMPANIED BY SEVERAL ATTRACTIVE JOES. KICK. Agent, " What is the matter?" ho exclaimed. Saugus live. Probably their meals aro Stanford, Ky LADIES. Or W. W. PF.N'N, Trav. Pass. Agent, "Matter enough," retorted Walton, Tho mission at Santa Barbara is an brought to them from Los Angeles. Junction City, Ky Thero aro many pleasant hotels in trying to get a piece of bark out of his elderly building of some size, and iiuido of the monastery through tho iron barred California, but when crowded, ns they aro eye. "Tho tree is closing in unon me. windows bo observed en- at tltis season, of courso they havo to man. Can you not seo that I am lost Nj&.WNorfolkiWesternRA gaged in m.onks may as Sir. Barnabeo work hard to please jieople, and they unless you aid me, you HUSTON VILLE, KY., gilly, you?" "monking." "All," said Hodgers. "tho wood. King cannot always succeed. It would bo might say. Insido tho chapel a middle aged monk well to engago rooms several weeks ahead jHirous, admits tho moisture, ami this Schedule Dec. 18, 1891. 4 Sclentlflo AnerlcaR PUBLICLY. It eo that tho aperturu by which was dusting tho navo with a feather if tho reader is coming to the coast. Aiewy for-V I never saw such 11 rush in search of you entered is becoming useless as on duster and polishing tho hard benches so NORTON' DAILV exit. Am I right?" LEAVE as to make it moro difficult to sit on health in my life. It takes n pretty "Yes, you aro right; but, oh, remorse, OnCountyCourt Day May 8, B. m 7:00stations for Graham, llluefield, Pocahontas then. By and by perhaps ho will mako healthy person to go in search of his Tup and PucahonUs DivisFlat and all remorse, must I crish here while you pre- In front ot Court hoatoat o'clock I Kill sell it impossible. I trust bo. At present health, I often think. ions. publicly House nd tot containing one Radlord, Roanoke, Tho train ahead of ours had 15 sleep pare an exegesis on capillary attraction Danville rni iirnpil near loll gate, alio aaero on 12:04 noon, for Bluefield,Norfolk. Also (via eacn attenuauc supplies ins own "roz- I piano and Lynchburg, Richmond and THimology? Oh, man", man, in for sale, pruaicly. ing cars aud 3 enirines, besides tho zum." "Vi. .saia Roanoke) lor Washington, Hagcritewn, Harris HVk T OAVKATB. It C ENGLEMAN.JR . . jurg, Philadelpbiaand New York. Several attractive ladies accompanied conches. The sleeping cars wero so full, heaven's namo git a movoou you, I tagl" e Lou TRACK MAUK. Pullman Sleeping Cars from Stanlord, Ky jcougers lata tlown Ills dinner pail and me, and when tho monk heard their too, that in ono car, filled almost entirely Norton and Radford; also Radford DKSIQN PATIHT. talk via New York, via Shenandoah Junction, also R voices ho turned, looked tho other way by h'dies, they wero dressing for over xh began work at tli knothole, but between COPVRrOHTS. MoJ ford to Washington; also from Lynchburg to R roe Inform ilton sinij free Ilandtook rrttto and said something to hinuelf. A man miles in tho morning. Ono lady had to whiles he got a tatter view of "Walton mond. MU.NN & U- au UliOAUWAT, KIW VoRSt, snmaUlixt, Pill ta tho World I Trains for Pocahontas, Powhatan and Good riurDoinu inr aerurinn pinis in Arocrir can't bo too careful that way if ho bo brush her hair on tho Oakland fern. nnd Mid, "Aro you not Dan Wnl ton, who ATh brouf til tornr Krrrf J'Mrnt tkrn onttir n wilt leave Bluefield daily at 6 10 a m,8 30 a m, 05 Sho said that when sho comes on earth lives down the gorge whero tho branch Is connected with tho monking industry. lTOii ire) or chug la U Uio puuio by a uotlc p m and 4 30 p in. 1 ilUcorrr! la A of recruiting-healtLeave Bluetield 6 to a m daily for Kenova'and Only two women have over crossed" tho again sho hopes she will bo a Chinaman. where we water tho teams at?" ArrUc Columbus q 15 pm Columbus.O. "I am, sir, indeed," exclaimed Walton Onoiiiids the Cliiiieso hero tpiito frethreshold of tho monastery proper. They Additional trains for Welch and Intermedial divided by natural- now crying piteously, "but do not lose on Elkhorn leavo Bluefield 105pm and wore Princess Louiso and'sirs. Harrison. quently. Thcv n stations lrtnl circulation of any sclntlflc paper tn tho daily. Ko woriu. riiruiuir HIU!trlo.l. 50 p m arrive at Norton Irom the East daily at Ever 6iuco then tho brotherhood havo ists ino two classes viz, male and fe- all you have gained now by your accursed Trains man houlil b without It. wrrtir lnllllrnl delay and loquacity. I lelp me, man, oh, e been engaged in trying to overcome this male 'i';o female Chinaman goes moniu. aiioto 1140pm and 520 p in. as llisiz atil tlroadway, Kw Vork City, ' to schedules, rates, by a rigid courso die hero and possibly 1. VixuaiiEU'S For furtlierJnformation Tho male hat. Lately help me, or 1 atOVctlont, sly, tc, apply to agents of Norfolk .V Western Rail- a better cause. of dovotions worthy of 1110 I'iuucio nave wears pretty Busy a- - annoy visitors who come this way Help A In Ilvrr Ilututrilrc, lirnrtliuru, lillluii prntlo. W.B.BEVII.L, roader to colic, eruption of tho skin, nml Mil MVEKS Si: Gen. Pass, Agt Koanoke, Va. Looking over tho rules required of sa&rinatki , each other and thus endear- nut out, kind sir, whoever you may be, trouble of the bonds, their cutntlro iwtition to heaven theso monk I can see how eminently ing themselves to this jcoplo of Sail and I will put up Tlicynmnjrsir- r(TfH'tnrniarTeliiu. each night for your welfare and signed rcctlvij well st ut gvntle raUinrtlc. unfitted I am for such a life. Nothing Francisco. Very mnll itttU r:iy to ta!o. Trier, (111:1 writing this letter at a table in by all tho projierty owners in California." i3c. untca, 3UA41l'rk I'lar. N. V. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO could bo moro widely different than their the re idiuv room of tho hotel, and a man "Ah, but T remember you," wild Kodp. V. CREEN, Prop. lives and the gay, butterfly existence I with "tiie whole arm movement" iswrit-ing- gers; "you are tho man who whipped his M now lead, flitting ns I do from placo to RAILWAY. the other side of tho table. I judge wife last Sabbath in such a disgraceful A placo, pausing only hero and there to earn TS mble, h(C It run n fontrdloi, with the an honest dollar if ossible, but taking that ho learned to writo on tho sido of a way and mado her feel badly. I know N f ' . inwn Myrrt ll.m.r, h l.irn sypplird h Y Philadelphia silver, of course, in large, heavy bant that had xten secured whom you are." Ho then began to somo instances hero Now York, nfllictorf and remain so, suf A'New Lot of Horses, Carriapes, Walton with all his great command 'tacomo by mortgagoor something, so that it could on tho coast. And all other Eastern Cities. Buggies, Wngoiib, I do not know exactly how old theso not tnovo much whilo he was writing. of language, cursed him and went away. fering untold misericH from n, Bcnso After ho had gone Walton gave up all of delicacy they cannot ovcrcomo. Tho table is already bowlegged trying to Shortest Line between Louisville, Lextngton'and missions are, but thevnro pretty old and nil Hiirer'i Spp! r and It hcllfr llajn evil hope and broke down utterly, ctying Eastern Points. tpplr thp putlK Willi prepais There should bo follow tho thread of his remarks.) rather picturesque. like a child ami making it very wet in- QRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR, Recently I met Mr. Hatch, tho biggest better facilities thero for tho tourist to JN EFFECT NOV. 1, 1S91. HI(J8 OK AI.I. KINDS. drop a shilling in the box for tho aid of fruitgrower on tho coast, I am told. Ho deed as ono hot tear after another chased by Btimulating nnd arousing to EAST BOUND. Lve. Lexington I'rttnnal it.l p oh plant lcki rim WrJillnj. itself down hia bronzed cheek. Then his healthy tho mission, for they would not mind it. tagun to hort about 18 years ago and action nil her organs, I'aitlisali.l lluiUI 7 lipm Xtlantlc ErprewNo. u, daily They get accustomed to tho act of con- was reputed to havo at that time about past life nw up taforo him, and ho saw ! W OWEKN, Midland Accommodation, No. 76. ex S11n.1t.40am how utterly contemptible ho was In the 10,000, but taking 1110 by tho arm and fi.topm tributing to most everything as thoy go Al I't'ltNb, Mnai;f Vcslfkuted Express, No n daily i'ropnttcr. AS A SPECIFIC. 'Ml. Sterling Accom , No. 38, ex. Suu S.5pm along. leading mo out to tho Cliff House, whero sight of hi- - fillows. Meatier and meaner, Ono lady of our party is very fond of tho sound of tho breakers drowned his smaller and smaller in his own cMituntion WESTBOUND. Arr. Lexington: It causes health to bloom on the 1h you"vaxt"t6adoit Vn."nY ?" I exington Accom.. No 7, ex Sun 7.5$am dogs. Slio found that there was a col- voice, ho admitted to me that ho did not he lxv.ime until he was nhlo to crawl out cheek, and joy to reign throughout Maylxi you think Hilt n new 12.40pm Louisville Express No. t, daily of the knothole, which ho then done. have that much. ariuluiir o.itl.itiKiiiHipplletlm. It ltilnr, IiimUm-ilection of theso animals stopping at tho frame. It never fails to cure. Lexington Accom. No. 35, ex Sun 4 15pm iIoiip U'fdn-- , lioMctiT. Inn nrti'clmvc tlnw This i tho legend of tho knothole. 6. 10pm Vestibulcd Express No: 33, daily It was a troop of educated dogs Ikimi furnlthiil The Beit Mt&ir.e ever Uiit for Women. This knotholo yet stands connected till nun. Kicryoim will rxtlulm. Peeking to elevate tho btage. They wero Wil SolFd Vrstilmled Trains with Dintr.g Cars. No t with a large tree, as I havo descrilied it, " JV trf Ao Ixtn tmuVr trtattntnt of ItaJlr.t Hint tin tmby I aw" Till us irtnlerj spending the Sabbath at n livery stable O"-- . riiKnislnir can Kit near the wilraneo to tho jwirk and 011 tho phvtUian tArt4 ytan, without benejlt. AJltruiinl llttlobutu faint Idou of thoeniulwicorlerriQl. ITKrough Sleepers from I.exii.gton without there, having played to S. It. O. (standthwUXtUs of ttriulrlrUl'm triimlrt lirtjulutir you change. left hand side going in. the can do fur own coiling, milking and uiuMny." ing room only) at San Bernardino on OB. RYAN, H.W. FULLFR, H. S. liHTa.v, LlenJcrtcu, Ala. Ass't Gen. Pas.Agt., Gen. Pass. Agt, Saturday evening. Washington, D C Cincinnati BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Gft, Tho lady was anxious to seo them, and Hold ly ilrucclsti t $1.00 per bottle. so asked a largo man in whito hat and ihirt sleeves who was oiling a buggy if he could tell her whero they were. II WETaxj-FE- r The I nkliou II. opened a door, took down a fence and "WU1 A fresh story of alarming adventure m helped her find them after some trouble. jji.iii.LirMmii n newly settled country comes from a 2BKBfchSiin?fS5v When she cumo away, sho gave hint a well known Indian painter. Somo years Uimiitn JUimmiM bhilling for his trouble, but ho said tho ago ho was traveling in Montana. Ho dogs wero not his, and that it was no went to tho breakfast table in a mountrouble, etc. When she got to tho hotel, tain hotel and sat waiting for somo one MILES nho found that ho was ono of tho most to take his order. , .v. wealthy men in the state. lStkBiKT.'aSSVl-?tVi- f Suddenly ho felt a jar and then a KSiASJSWBgmspi This reminds mo of an incident which heavy weight resting on his shoulders. &!W occurred when I was in France. Sly Ho looked around and found leaning CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, it'- jBrBVaLLsBRat1'-K- k'BitaIlI RRRRsbRRRRRRRRRHrSrRRRRRRRRRRrV letter of credit was payablo at tho main 12SML upon and over him a huge, taarded mini, RRRRRRRaaVlRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRVRRRRtRRRMaM bank of tho Credit Lyonnaiso, a very in a broad brimmed hat and with two A SURE and CERTAIN CURE thriving concern with branches all over known for ISy.ars as tho BEST revolvers sticking in his belt. RRRaKaalCHeaRHsBBHlH Europe. 1 used to go to this bank very Twenty milesthe Shortest to REMEDY "Well, old feller, wha'll yo havo?" said rrtMi4 Sy RIUIllUlKOSf FOR PILES. " I'M A 1MIST. often, as it is very kind to Americans Mlliin.'IE CO., HT. Lot IK HE ACCEITED. the man. which nn pronoi to Bend to yon. transpor, and lias beautiful reading and writing is getting an income of 0 ul,l the llttlo dnrllntr reetji niralnst Now he tation OUT II (JllIIIII. 1st U giAUTT. a pillow, "Who aro you?" asked tho artist in disnml In tho art of drawliiir off lu parlors and a night school for wealthy per year $1, 000 day for tho year, may. pink took, tho mufti of which has benn mjllMl Michigan Points. Chicago. Louis, St. Americans who wish to leant reading including Sundays. Every four years, otr ami lluntt swldo with a triumphant coo. U..u.l .I....!....! "Me?" said the man. "I'm tho waiter." Detroit, 1 ho llcsh tlnta aro perfect, nnd thoevm follow and writing, but who havo never had when thero is ait extra day with no inIndianapolis and the West, Youth's Companion. you. no matter whrro you aUnd. Ne w England, Canada, timo to attend to it. come, the poor man eats an orange. this CTentcst palntinir of Ida WiiukIi (tho most cclclirateil or modern I was always waited upon by ono of This proves that any young man with involution. painter of baby llfo) aro to be given to thosa tho officials, who was extremely courteous perseverance and 410,000 may in 18 years Watts I wonder what becomes of who MitHorltxj to Dcinnrnst'a Komlly Philadelphia. Baltimore, e Wuhiugton, to me. His uamo was 31. Trozeaulebong. by industry and economy, and by know- thoFo messenger boys after they grow for Tho reproduction cannot bo Quickest time toHarrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky. told from tho ordinal, which cot i00. and Richmond, VIRGINIA. Shortest and When I camo uway ono day, I expressed ing as much as Mr. Hutch, provided tho up? n- tho snmo olzo Quickest line to iI7tX Indira). Thr tuttirin my gratitudo to him, and from forco red scalo does not break out on a largo llfo Ih. mid ulwo'.utcly lifelike. We havo Potts Somo of them develop into osalto In preimmtion, to present to our of habit alono pressed into his palm n scalo in his orchnrds, be far beyond tho sified men, I imagine. ludiauattolis ISKI, other trroat pictures by ratio piece. He accepted it with a Lewy reuch of want. iii'liiirtits.ist,crcy Moran.Maud Humphrey. Journal. I.011U Dciclmmpn. nnd otbnrsof , TRAINS thro with Quadroon bow, and as ho placed it with SOLID VESTIBULED It was thought for many years that rviiowii. Tiik only two examplrn of wbnt Nil Pririul. out change via Chattanooga, Birmingham, Merid- his other francs in his purse ho said: wedld itiiilinr tho po.1t year, "A S'Hrd of Mr. Hatch was the author of tho piece ian, making direct connections en route for Knox. Ethel Who was tho friend I saw yon Has led all Worm Romodios. nriil "A WhIU) IIoimo f)rthld" by tbo "Perhaps monsieur has no engagements entitled "Monuments of Human Granville, Ahe ille, Lynchburg and points in the wlfoof I'rotldent Harrtson, ondyou wJiBoa EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. for touiorrow Sunday if eo would ho deur Perish," but afterward it was dis- with a moment ago? whiitoiir proiiilv.-- i mean. Ellen He's not a friend. I'm engaged Tho who ulMi:rilo forDomorrst't Family SOLD EVEKYWIIKHK. honor mo with a visit to my country covered that he copied it from' a Fourth will to him. rrrr4 ky KICHAIDROS EDIIIXS CO., 8T. tons. Mniriulno fnrltiart ofponacMa itallcry placo near Versailles? I should be most Reader. t works of value, Usldca At Chattanooga tor Atlanta, uoium&us, wiimlog Madailno tltat cannot bo equaled by any In ton. Charleston. Augusta, Aiacon, aavannan joyful to call for him at his address with During the busy season Mr. Hatch is tho world for lu beautiful llluBtrallons and A SlifU of IiitclllKfiii't City.Thoiuasville aud FLOHI Brunswick, Lake my drag in the morning, and monsieur compelled to hiro help in picking the euUJect tnottor, that will keepovcryono poat-- 1 UA points on all tha topic, of tho day, and alltho The only line running solid Vestibuled trains with could remain at Versailles until Monday fruit, while ho attends to the packing tjila and different ittns of Interval about tha Sleeping Cars to St. If ho chose." Pullman Boudoir or Palace household, and arrangement of the large, jnicy fruit furnfauilnir iBtcrotrtiar Augustine without change lor any class of pasnwllnir matter, both (rrnvo and iray. for tb I accopted moro out of curiosity than which ono notices-osengers or baggage. tho top of tho basket. wholo family ; and whilo Dcmorcatl to aot Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur anything elso and found an establish-nieAll kinds of trees grow in this state, iwuuiiiauKiixiiie, lUTiMhlon pasjeaars) perFlorence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. fect, nml wo irlvo you. frte of cot, all Ue pat- that throw my North Carolina especially tropical and subtropical trees. Shortest and quickest to Anniston, Selma, Mo""juu winu io usouunnir ino rnn. i.K bile. Direct connections made at NEW OR. bungalow entirely in th ihde. He was The date treo grows here, and at tho ID UnV SlZO VOIl chruwv. Knnil In LEANS .without omnibus transfer for Galvef ton an excellent host orlptlonat once, only 15. and you will really and prMktit me so hard right seasou busy men may be seen standHouston, Austin, pet over 15 In value. Addreai the publlaker, to remain that the creaaMJ My trousers ing on u stepladder in the rich foliage W. Jcnn Dcmorest, IS Km lftb tit , New TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. could bo scon for two iork. Jf you nro unacquainted with tno canceling their dates. Tho pepper tree, Uutfiulue, ecud 10 coaU fora pocimen cop. I was pained last w3T to read his tho camphor treo, tho banaua tree, tho The cnlj through line to Jackson and Vicksburg f fBKKKTX-KKtMiss., bhreveport La., making direct connections namo in tho reports of the Ptnama affair breadfruit treu and tho oyster cracker without omnibus transfer for Dallas. Fort Worth and can hardly boliovo that ho is tho treo all grow here in abundance and aro Austin, San Antonia, El Paso and points in man. It must 1)6 some other M. pointed out to ono by tho driver, who is "O'Mi for 'CIA tVI com. of uncut,music aim. forty TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. Ill) 1 think. hi.it. full tllUaUU generally a pretty fertilo man himself. quality, slieut music of III lulot. most kip Yesterday I ate a tomale. . Somo think that all tho great liars go umriiiiu iiaiKiiux miu tin.j.1 uiBiiuuieiuai through rates, correct county maps and lu ATFor pistol. all uoitou up in thouioit ului.uu runn- Chappie ner dog is ono of those Tho tomale, if well mado, is said to bo to perdition. This is a mistake. They information call on Agent at Junction City, Ky itur, Incluiliiiir fourlarso lio iHiitinita. vis: blawsted cweatures that never lets go. very toothsome, but unprincipled Portn-gue3- 0 go to Yosemito and drivo teams there. W. D. COZATT. l!iriiiuiii.lta,tliuSaulslidaiioer.' 1'adurewskt or address JeaseXThompson's Barber Shop, theurealest planlsti AUella l'attl.and Mrs. Trav. Pass, Agt., Jnnction City.Ky She How do you manage it now? aud Greasers sometimes mako iJiou iiuucicuuu, uiu popular Doauty. One of them said that down tho road a Ad. D.G.EDWARDS' D.MILLER, Theie are three of the best Barbers in tbe Slate dress a(l orders to NKW YoltK MUSICAL Chappie I send my man in ahead. them of inferior material. Thoy aro little "f urder" ho would show us a strango G. P A T. A., Traffic Miner., There are also excellent Datb Rcoms run in iiruHuwar tneairo liunaiug.il. X. bkitu. Cincinnati. made of chicken and hot things chopped fcight. It was a big holo in a tree. The life. Agent for I exington Steam Laundry. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal NYE IN SANTA CLAUS. up t 1 jgs-the- r con-tinti'- vl New Millinery. sr AIX THE NOVELTIES ; 1 cli-uitit- o Prm-ce- ts rr AtW? A r- tP NORTH WEST. l&riMLd dfi V$ee Manic C&&&U&" . - rs Double Daily Trains TS ktZ c6 y ah -- ,- VaCCfZLC&S?, v I U.w;?'-- ' " ir? 7o xe u JvtES CWxlf A FOR SALE - 1 3iw -i U- 1 THE SECRET h I bare-her.d- 11 Tiny Liver Pills alcktic-ailiriie- , TUTT'S () gtitniitit Amttitm IIOl u-e- J 11 I.XirERTrSTABI.E nt Washington, Baltimore, ta-r- ate 1,000 WOMEN FIIiST-CI.AS.- S rACTS I Red-land- s. i . y Hti-nt- 1 lilaek-iifl-Hlili- u ct 11 IlrttUCR ?sy "n TABLERSnil BUCKEYE r 94mmssmv -- iMpSr3irILEb Wh! vAWEESimzwp OINTMENT ffi3v9BS3R5j o f wcwimmMm - RRRflak CINCINNATI, $.'503,-00- p-- r 1 New York, Boston, WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEAR8 Tlicexnul-;ltiiri;nrmliictloiui- or - !. Masru-rin- NEW ORLEANS. OAROLINAS, -f VERMIFUGE world-wide- Pun-ley- ," Tit-Bit- s. ofei-nuUl- to sri-ra- nt i mm -- '"$. ng-- s r nPwTuiLl,.-- . lus-el- I t ; n. escQSSS8Sxiaacai3 '4. 8BtjV.. tLn tevjBhj, j TH7J3P&sT it"Wfi 'I1' 'i wisFi m mi-Wee- Interior Journal ! The Mail Under the Bed. By 0HARLE8 Stanford, Kv., - A rim. 28, 1693 E 'A LEWIS (M. QUAD). .o.WALTON,HUH,Mana(tor wm( JHUNB. irirjij rUht, ISO, by Clmrlcn n. IjwIs. S MUIN 6tftM nnACk OijfQWOiiBOTJfOtO vsTivtNiKxw USA ffl V4T Trtt LINE rf strut an Kcmtmwtuw roiiwfontuTion woom3r tntONUTrunirrtWJoeTjtn M0KTrW65T amiuu unmt mumm t gJasCPond lOenifwitsTirt WIVTVtTJN CJUCAOO.IlL Agt. I7NIDH I NU CHICAGO Commercial McKI.SNKY, KV I Hotel, Hotel at have bought above mentioned and have attached a First-Cla- ss Bar and Pool Hoom. Have repaiifil anil irfurulshcd the Hotel arid am better than rt Prepared to Accommodate the Public. jwcul attention to Commercial Men V W GHKI'.N. Proprietor. JOK CARSON, Manager o'clock on, tho 8, 1HS1, thu paying toiler of of tho Sixth National bank in tho city of C cashed n check for $S,000 drawn by tho Jinn of Durko is Dnrko in their own favor. It wns prvciitetl by flio enshier of tho firm. Then' were- it dozen men in line, and tho transaction did not occupy two minutes. Durko & Burko could havo bud f.0,000 hh well ua $S,000. At Jl minutes to tho cashier of Ilitrke ifc Durko handiil in bin book and checks iiml money niiiountinc to $0,000. Dank tellers nlwnyH remind mo of tho dealers in tho big games of chance. They are automatic. They nro sphynxlike. They uro imperturbable. Even when they receive n check and stamp it No funds" and sliovo it back throiiKh tho window it is dono in a machineliko way, tho snmo ns clotheHjiins nro made, i ou want wnnll bills for a fifty. Tho toller picks up your bill, reaches around for his .stamp, stumps it "counterfeit," nnd nwny you go whilo ho is cashing n check for thu next man in line. On this particular occasion, however, ns 1 havo wveral witnesses to prove, tho jutying teller was ctartled. Ho changed color. Ho looked frightmed. Ho didn't ask Durko & Durko's cashier if ho wns tltero 12 minutes previously. In., called boino ouo to take his place, distpirearcd nfter-noo- n Sr-pt- At ft ('tnirter to . palter for a book, when ft quoer thing happened. "My bedrv.o'Kl in tho middlo ' of tho room. I sat in a chair on tho loft hand sido, with my feet ncros tho middle. I bad my book upon ft lino with jny "yes, and all had been quiet for 10 minutes, when n voice suddenly ' I j I d: - 55 3 J. II. BAUGHMAN, KIKE AND STORM INSURANCE AGENT' .Representing.. Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Imisj.; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. All of which are Companies. I would t pleated to wait r my IrlcmW III thU line. Pot. icict promptly issued. Will lu.urc agairtt tornaLightning does, wind stertnt and witVmt additional . tiaras Office First Nallsna) Hank Suufurd. lirst-ilaelaui-ssiuali- "THAT MUST jK)lico chiH;k UK AN INTCItiasTINU YARN from view, nud within 10 minutes tho wero at work on tho cae. Tho jmM,iitel at n qiuirtor to !l was a forgery. Tho man who presented it was u counterfeit that is, ho had been "inado Thit nullte farewarrw huiitrn, fithrrtntc an t up" to iwtss for .hunt's Long, einhiur for others net to trra on our lands without A: Durke. This was not a diill-cuat all u.h will be ptostCMted to tlic fu'l Durko est eitrnlof the law. Signed: inntt'T. Doth men weio tilxjttt tho M. l.ACKOWIIZ. Minio height, weight and complexion. T I) NKWI.ANI). Lung hadn't irHkt'ii 10 wrds to thu W. II. HAYS. fi C I. VON. teller in a yeor. He nlwnyH wore Scotch II.U'MANN HIED Ho twcisl, no matter what, tho K I. Will IK. MRS M A MARTIN itlwnys vvon a htilT hat. J I I IvCK. No one at the bank ever wtw him with out eyeghiBM'.s. Long hada nod for other jiittrons whom he knew, but M'ldom opciiiMl his mouth. Tho laying teller had Iksmi dono up with his eyis wide open, but ho moveil k rntidly that it h'HK!! as if th('nharKr mt lx nubbed. Officers woroM'itt to the railroad depots; others inailw tho tour of hotels; others a vegetable compound, yet mndo thu rounds of gambling houses PURELY entirely of roots and herln and saloons. If tho fellow hadn't a from the forests of euro hiding placo helecteil in advance, (leorgia, and lias been used by millions tho chances wero more than even that ho of people with the best results. It would lm caught. In loom Xo. 17 of the Inter Ocean hotel, which I will admit was only a third class hostelry, but rich enoui;h for a man .earning only '1'i per week, I read All manner of Blood diseases, from the pestiferous little boil on your nose to inot of the particulars given you nltovo the worst cases of inherited blood in an evening "Kiir. The bank ollicials taint, such as Scrofula, Rheumatism, bad made overy effort to suppress tho Catarrh and facts, and tho detectives weio iiHiuum as clams, but "our iejM)rk'r" had caught on after all. A Miurp, shrewd class of men, these reporters. Oivo tliem a lead, an. I TrMtlseon Wood and siln DlwasM mailed they never let up until they havo tho Co., Atlanta, G. tree. Swift Srcmc cube in hand. I had como in from tho storo tired out, and on going to my room after upKr I pulled oil" my boots, light n my pil', sat down with my feet on the ImsI, and this bank business was tho ! first thing struck in tho evening aer. 1 had jut finished the firticlu when tho night clerk anno tip. FOR GOOD WORK! r.Tor "Heard about the b.ink nt tho yixth National;'" ho asked as ho entered my room. LadU-- s "Jns-read it." "Cool chap, that, but what do you think? There aro two detectives down him stairs who claim to havo According to results accomplished; hero and want to search tho house. They in iidditiou to n liberal cotnmisaion of are on the lloor below and will soon look in on you." twenty per cent. "All right. I with I had tho lioodlc." Ten minutes later tho ollicers camo in. Alr-, I was a head shorter than Durko & Durko's cashier. 1 hadn't his complexion, GUESS PREMIUMS bis build, his facial expression or hair of FOR SUBSCRIBERS. bis color. Indeed there wasn't a point of resemblance. The clerk had vouched No Impossibilities or Uncertain- for me, as 1 had boarded thero a year or more, but those "old sleuths" camo in on ties. Every tiling Fair, Honor tiptoe, looked at me from tho corners of their ferret eyes mid mt down to able, Plain and Positive. me. It was a quarter of an hour See programme in the bofoio they let up, and then they to feel injured becauso I hadn't iMiaten it bank or committed murder. Queer follows, these detectives. Sometimes I havo felt a bit conscience stricken over not doing something for which I of our Fourth Annual Coutett among could bo arrested and sent to prison for their glory. Agents for largest clubs. Deforo mv visitors left ono of them Weekly contended that I might as well bo taken 2rAn Agency for tho along anyhow on general principles, as Enquirer is a proiituble lusiiic?F. It is thero was" no telling what 1 wouldn't own threo or the bcr-- school in the world to prepare up to after being locked up formoro confour days, but tho other was one for a business contact with the servative. Ho assumed a fatherly interto business est in me, called mo "my son" and tried public, a 6tcppnig-6touto innko ino realize, how much better it would bo to restore that money and take ji qualification ami future prosperity. clerkship in ft bank at $1,200 a year than Wo want good Agents to solicit for wear a zebra suit for 20 years in state subscriptions. The inducements aro prison. 1 refused to disgorge, and ho went out saying that I had missed a extra good. golden opportunity. Tho hotel was thoroughly searched, everybody questioned ENQUIRER COMPANY, , and cross questioned, and tho detectives finally withdrew. CINCINNATI, O. At 10 o'clock I was smoking my third pipe and bad long before exchanged my P(WTI'I). lt 01 CURES v SKIN'CfWCER GOOD PAY 1 For or Gentlemen! t $5 to $500 Cash! Shoes, and Tobacco. Ohio The Color of tliei Tongue. IMverSalt for sale by the barrel. Will take counWe will pay cish for country produce ol every try produce in exchange for goods at market price. Keep your eyo on your tonguo if you I am also agent for the old reliable Brodhead Toii want to bo Wautiful. It is tho weather kind at our st)ie-roi-wagon on Depot Avenue. We baccos and will keep a full line of these goods in regular every week to stock, and all I ask of also will mn our the merchants of Stanford "That's nil wool and n yard wide, but glass of your interior organization. If collect same in the country. and Rowland is to give me their orders and 1 will it will shrink when you como to try 't it shows a bright red, bo merry and sing. nut the goods In their houses at Factory prices. CRAIG & WALLS. Thanking the public for liberal patronage, I ask a ou," he said as ho filing his feet off the Yon aro in fighting trim and ought to coutlnuouro of same, and remain your obedient 1 ImsI ami stood up. "I don't know that win, for, as tho ruddy, noblo Gladstone r. STKAUB, JH. T. F. CLARK! servant. s7.iyr J. II. HILTON, blame von for refusing tho trip to Eu says, nothing is impossible to tho well plea-- o don't bo an idiot iu other man. rope, hut If tho tonguo is pink, bo warned, A G. Lanham John B. Castleman. directions." take heed, havo a care and a diet of ...PkACriCAL,.. lemonyou moan?" 1 asked, also get"How do foods hot weak tea, hot "Well, old man, that timat bo an interesting yarn!" As I dropped my book my eyes restd on a man standing on his feet on th sido of the lwl. To say that I was astonished is dirwins it mild. I sat thero with my mouth open nnd my oyea bulging out until ho lntighed heartily r.nd said: "If you could sep ft photograph of yourself with that expression on your face, you'd laugh yoUrsolf into n fit." o nro yon?" I finally gasped out. "Well, that's a fair question," ho replied as ho wit down on tho edgo of tho bed. "For tho last three hours, up to a minute ago, I was tho man under tho lied. Owing to n clutnge of position I am now the man on the bod." Ho was a cxil hand. I could read human nature well enough to know thnt he had lots of nerve back of that nssur unco As ho sat down I noticed a revolver in his hand. Tho thing had been Bprung upon mo in such a way that I was not nit tied. Tho evening paper hnd given a description of tho swindler, and as 1 looked the man over it dawned upon me thnt ho was tho identical chap. "You wero hiding under tho bed when I camo in here threo hours ago':" 1 queried as wo sat looking at each other. "Exactly," he replied. "Von heard what tho clerk and tho detectives snid'r" "Every word." "Anil, to como right down to business, you aro the man who got the 8,000 of the Sixth National bank this afternoon?" "1 am." "Hfiw did yon get here?" "I had o'her plans, but they miscarried. In fsct, a of mine lost his nerve nt, u critical ii'omont and left mo in the lutrh. I drx'-- ; d into this hotel in search of a asylum and was lucky enough tofitnl your door unlocked. Care-I- t of the thamlK'rmnid probably. smi! Did you eer srp ijtS.OOO in ono pilo? Good for soro eye! See He bent over and picked up tho money from the (luor. Thero wero threo 000. !?2,(K)0 and 1,000 but ho lud lied them all together and inudo ouo large package. Mo.it of the bills wero new, and tho bundle was worth nawrnnd look. store clothes, quail on This " toant, a trip to London, Paris and ho eaid as ho fondly putted the money. "So tho affnir is already out, eh? I'Ii'iuhj baud mo tho paper." I piisood it over, ond ho read tho account with n sifiile on his face and said: "Pretty cloee shnvo that, but a miss is as good as a milo. Sorry for tho paying teller, but nupiH);o his Irondsmun nru good for it and that ho will wriggle along Mime way. Excuse my impertinence, but what do you do for a living?'' "1 load of a department with Gill A; White, retail drv goods. Married?" "No." "Ever lioon abroad?" "No." 'Look here, old chappie," ho cont inued as ho coolly stretched at full length on the hod. "I'm willing to divvy with you. Hand in your resignation and innko a Enrop-sttour with me. It'll help your health and broaden your mind. This IhhmIIo will enable us to travel fiis class for a year." His impudence aggravated me. I had . now rceoveied from my surprise, and as he looked at mo for an answer I said: "I'll wo you bunged first. I'm not milking EuroH'aii tours with bank sneaks ami forgers. Your trip will end at tho front door of tho state prison t" "Too jH'ppery altogether too peppery for tho head of a retail department," he quietly observed. "And do you think I'll Is1 arrested?" "Certainly. I'm going to take you down stairs and turn you over to the to "W-wh- tho Third National etolo $00,000 of tho deposits. And don't ilntter yourself that you owo n duty to tho public. Tho pub- lie would let yon stnrvo or freeze. Tho public denies that it owes yon anything. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M President. Tho public would rob you of your last dollar, i ou owe a duty to yourself. It 34tlit 1893. is to prcervo your preseut stato of Full corps ofCJoniervaUry an.l Normal School teaehen. "fcupcrlor courses in health." Literature, Music and "You mean that you will shoot mo if An. Excellent iKiar.llne department CaUlotfues anJ circular furnlhed on application. I givo an alarm?" I queried. "Certainly. 1 may kill you or only inflict a wound which will lay you up for weeks. It may result in my arrest, but where is your gnin? Tho firm might bury you or the bank might pay your doctor's bill, but where will tho profit como in for you in either case?" His nrgumcntH silenced me, and coming around tho foot of tho bed ho conANDtinued: "1 thought I was right when I first sized you up. Wo havo now come to an understanding. I've got to nsk a favor or two, but won't bother you long. Ah, here aro your scissorsl I must sacrifice this mustacho. Please sit over by the window." Ho laid his revolver on tho dresser nnd used tho scibors to clip off as lino a mustache as you would seo in a week's travel. I sat watching him nnd wondering ovei my own placidity of mind. "You shnvo yourself, don't you?" ho a c.sink: J. N.MENEFEE finally asked aa ho turned to me. "Yes. it's in tho right hand top draw er." "Ah, thanks. Good razor, good brush, good soap. That makes shaving n lux- Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January 7 WHITELEY -- BINDERS & MOWERS E O'BRIEN WAGONS. THE BEST MADS. FAKRIS & HARDIN. Wd ury." p-.- l tcrn-xir.- '- -s mi-an- a Dor-lin,- IIo handled tho razor with tho deftness of a barber, and in seven or eight minutes ho was clean shaved. IIo had sandy hair, whilo his eyebrows wero almost red. Thero was a bottlo of black ink on the dresser. IIo used his handkerchief for a spongo nnd colored his eyebrows. With tho samo fluid ho made up ns neat a black eyo as ono rowdy over gavo another, and ho was chuckling a? ho turned to mo to say: "Just ono thing more, old man a suit of clothes your oldest suit. I'll pay cash for it." I had a much worn suit in tho wardrobe, which I handed out. "Itathor a tight fit, but I'll make it do," he said as ho began to eel off. "Sly object is not to pass myself off for you, but to get rid of tho Scotch tweed. You can sell that suit for nt least 10, and here's 2."i for yours." "I don't want your money." "Don't 1)0 finicky. That's no part of this boodle, but was honestly earned. I'll leave it on tho dresser. Now, then, to wrap up tho money in this newspaper and take my departure. Look here, my boy, tnkn this thousand and put it where it will givo you a start." "I'd starve first!" "Too goody good to ever get ahead of tho gaino! What course aro you going to pursue when I leave tho room?" "Kick myself for a fool and then go to IkhI!" SINE & MENEFEE, Proprietors of The Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Our facilities for giving the greatest values for the least outlay, are unsurpassed. We Carry a Full Line of Builders' Supplies. .FOR. Fancy Qroceries, Bread, Cakes, Pies Candies, Lunches, Fruits, &c, CALL ON R. ZIMMER, THE BAKER. A Good Meal for 25 Cts. Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly' Attended to. Address. R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. 1 -- "Go to bpd without doing tho kicking act. You aro tho most scnsiblo young man I've met in n year. If I'm arrested, 1 shall say nothing about what has here. If I get away, I shall always feel hurt that you wouldn't take somo of tho money. Tra-la- , old man!" When he had closed tho door, I locked it ami sat down. After a quarter of an hour had slipped away I tumbled into bed. 1 fell asleep after a bit, and it was 7 o'clock before I opened my eyes. While 1 was dressing I had to go to tho bureau for a collar button, and tho ink stained handkerchief caught my eye. As I picked it up, lo! thero was tho 1,000 pack-agof greenbacks in plain viow. Did tho man get away? Y'es. Ho walked down stairs and out of doors unquestioned, and tho detectives never got a clew on him after that night. IIo probably went right to ono of tho depots and tool; a train. About the money. I returned it to tho bank by mail, and my nction is still a puzzle to tho bank officials and detectives. I could enlighten them, but I shall not. hap-jicne- d TMEGOFFEY'MOUSE STANFORD, KY., THE ADVOCATE for only $2. in Kentucky. Cemestoyou Address eery other day In the year Tho cheapest and best paper 50c gets it three months. Tint Advocatk, Danville, Ky. JOSEPH COFFEY, Pror. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now is my charge and I intend to conduct it so as to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to its long list ot friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and tine roomsor the dlsploy of samples. AlFirst-Clas37-- tl NOTICE 30 lbs. and 100 lbs 35c I o Weill;Deliver ICE Every Morning atile per lb. In !tanlord and Rowland and by 50 lbs. oc per per 100 Ibi. We aro for past patronage and retpcctfully Its continuance. S MRS. JANE HARROW A CO. s Saloon And BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached JOSEPHJCOEFKY. J". JEEL. ZKILTOlsr ROWLAND, KV., Country Produce. DEALER gIN Boots and GROCERIES,:. HARDWARE, Cigars STRAUB& CO., ting up. I'm no chicken. Having played for a big stake and won it, I'm not going to prison as you would lead a calf. Your own common sense should tell you that. I'm will- - "Just figuro for a minute. ,7 iSfeSkL i t sssteft 51 $ Mil V?, -- que?.-tio- n np-lear- WeeKly toprei msb Plz m L mmH "1W V ft (r liltl'SH." ade, hot cocoa or hot water by tho quart, Plumbers andISteam Fitters boiled fish, soft eggs, black or brown Dealers in all kinds of Iron and Ilrass Goods'for broad a day or two old and fruit for un steam and water. Sanitary Goods of all kinds. All ajHriont by tho quart or pound. work guaranteed against, defective material and If tho tonguo is white, any doctor will witrkmanship. 57 tell you "it is a bail sign" and charge you 2 for proscribing a laxative. The very best thing for n person who has Carriage Fainting & Trimming nothing to do is a fast. Tho system will adjust itself in its own way if given a chance. Hot boverages aro permissible I am again ready to do nil kinds of Carriage clear soups, tablo drinks, etc. Tho Painting and 1 rimming Can be found at Daui;rt temisiik can keep herself very much erty's shop, ready to serve the public promptly anil well. alive with nothing to eat but oranges, 4 JOHN H. DeNARDI, Stanford. the fibrous parts of coursoto bo rejected, and in threo or four days sho will bo in . TO. prime condition. Tho euro is well worth trying, but it is not easy and is not practical where thero is work to do. Lewis-to- n ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, Insurance Company, BARBEE&CASTLEMAN Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throvgbout the South. iVV,lCiy i; VI .1"-.!- ?,Yt . ': Journal. TheP eople ot Stanford AND LINCOLN COUNTY. W. A. TRISBLE, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY. .TAKK TUE... -- Nil t "All, THANKS. - vi" .H OOOI) It.V7.01t, HOOD t c ing to put my liberty and this boodle against your lifo if it comes to that, though I hopo it won't. I'm armed, as you see, whilo you aro not. Even without the revolver, being the larger man, I could do you up." "You cold blooded scouudrell" I muttered as I realized tho situation. "Don't call names," he pleasantly remarked. "Let's ask what your duty is in tho case. I've beaten a bank. Danks aro soulless corporations. They havo no mercy. Last year l)!l banks in tho United States closed their doors and beat depositors. Every failure was brought about by fraud of some sort. Right hero in this city tho president of thou-sands- of heard a schoolgirl tho other day catch an old phy&ician on tho word 'angina.' Ho insisted that tho accent was on tho penult nud tho i was sounded long. Sho insisted that tho accent was on tho first syllable, and sho was right. Thero has been some juggling of words iu some educational congress recently, and this is among tho words that havo tho accent shifted. 'Squalor' and 'finance,' 'isolated' and 'decisive' aro common words that aro moro often mispronounced than any other. A quibble upon which I heard a colored barber catch a somewhat erudite customer the other day was tho similarity of meaning of 'transpiro' and Tho customer insisted that they wero not synonyms and bet on it. He lost, of course. Tho barber had a ciach." St. Louis .' Globe-Democra- MK'irniiuncltttlon. thanking you for your liberal patronage for Ice "Educated peoplo often slip up on tho last seaon, 1 icspcctfully rt quest iu continuance during thu coming season. Indeed I expect all to exquisite littlo points of English pro- use the nunciation," said Alvin C. Kurtz. "I - ,iiyCTraroramffa, MANUFACTURED ICE, wmuMmnusm GJ) lCUISVIUE.HEWAlgAr,T&lHICAS3 HU- inK9rjiuBi'-ia:uBini- i - For there reason : First. It is made by a home institution, Second, the lec is absolutely and chemically pure, beinj; made from spring water, which is tirst distilled and then carefully filtered before beltiK frozen. Third, Artificial Ice will last much longer than pond Ice. Fourth, an epidemic of cholera is looked lor during thu year and nothing is so apt to produce or spread this disease as impure water or Ice. Fifth, it will be THE POPULAR AND DIRECT LINE TO OHI(AG)9 porwiiBT 3MDBTH --WEST, WORLD'S FAIB Visitors, remember the Monon is the line, with Vestlbuled Traius, Dining Cars, Palace Chair Cars, Pullman Buffet Sleepers, at lowest rates. For information address JAS. BARKER, C. P. A.,'Chieigo. W. G. CRUSH..D. P. A.. Louisville .And Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- l t your Doors Kery mornicg at the following Prices: For '100 pounds or 40c per hundred. For 50 pounds to 100 .....45c per hundred. For 10 to jo pounds. 50c per hundred No less than 10 poundsidclivered. K. fill EM EH. to ocr. t. CfB? tsjwH, Tr-- r-" - y$S ftVSG r o Semi-Weekly Interior Journal WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. tVhntciI to Get Well. Mr. G. A. Denliain is iti Louloville i " t h l' h u Nervous Old Parly Will he bit? Nervy Salesman They ain't no bito to it. N. O. P. What's its name? BRODHEAD. Has declared its Sovonth Annual Dlvldond N. S. Marguerite. nt 112 por com. por milium. Inn n the N. O. P. lint its head i so large. largit net dmJcn.1 that has ever been declarThere will be a social party at Mies ed h) similar inttilution doing busineM In tho For the painless extraction of teeth and other Bob Yeakey's N. S. A feign of onusual intellergcnce. State. any haiotera half million dollars Wednesday night. It aucls and minor surgery. I have tested its virtue sufficientN. O. P. What is it? know" R.C.MQKOAX.D.P S. NEW STOCK OF ly to Woodyard & Cherry will commence N. S. A tov terrier. Has Never Had a Single Loss. a new store building in a few days. N. O. P. Is it pure breed? AM its fumls are secured tir firtLlifns on Imprnv-is- l W. F. Baker, W. K.Brown and Logo N. S. It onghter be. I raked it from In many instances the titles are in Thompson passed through town on their a toy meielf ! Life. the avsociation until property is entirely paid fcr 'I hill th largest, safest and most priperoii A. pociation in the State. It docs not any $40 Reward for Return of Horse way from Stanford, where they had been sum whatever from dues for eipcucs. An Infrrrm a herd of cattle. with Thief. And Conviction of Featherbtone What do you think of ror particulars call on A RICE. l.ocal Agt ' II. Elder Masters will prech at the On the night 01 March jjda HAY HORSe GOODS AND LACES. this vet, old man? 1 called on vour OradJress HEI.Morl John II. I.uathrr, I'rtxidtnt, or C. M. years old, heavy mane and tail, knot on left hiud Christian church next Saturday night fne.:u, rilnt PeiMoek, in Phillips, General Vinagcr, Liiulivllle, Ky. ij it last night les. alight collar mark on left shoulder; in condition; shows harness marks. A literal and Sunday at 11 a. m. We ask all our and a;.:Je a great impression. By the reward will be gien for said horse or for informaBaptist brethren to come out and htar way, she says bho wants to bee you. The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, tion concerning him. 8 A. II. riSH, Crab Orchard. him. Ringway She probably wants mo to Nose, Throat and Chronic Dis FOR LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN. Mr. Gilpin,'who runs the work train aKlogizo for having introduced you. case Specialist in the State. from tin's point to Jellico, had a collis Clothier and Furnisher. o pt iou below Mt. Vernon. damage 0 JIN All. two or threo of his colored boys got Father How much do you expect to bruised up a little. For Men, Youths and Children, Call and examine our stock. It ppend a yeai on my daughter's clothes? L LOGAN AVr.VUE, Tho Howard hoys, who werearreet Suitor Sho can have my salary if that will cost you nothing to look. ed at this place one day last week, charg- will help you out any. Club. sassssssssssK : : 3S. 1 asssssssssBPv'to'J'VJt- ed with assaulting Mrs. Wilmot, went to Always sellt goods lower than anvono else in I'llOTll. aBBBBBBBBsK'VlMBrBl Crab Orchard, Ky. Mt. Vernon to have their trial, but Countown. New stock of Fruits every I ridav "I didn't seo Charlie Littlcmau at tho ty Attorney McClure and Judge Lear reception yesterday afternoon." thought it wise to dismiss the cao and "Ho was there, but ho was behind a tiie boys came back without a trial. ihrysanthemum." Vogue. Mr. Dan Slaughter ia selling out his stock of goods at cost. He will close out Persons who are subject to attack's of bil "its V h.tvtior sile a limited numlxr of niack n colic atiwm invariably ami&igrt Itrahma l'ggi for sale from two at this place Saturday. We are borry to when canexpect an attack. tell, by their feelings, Main Street, Stanford, Ky , dealer in HChamberlain'aColic, to very fine pem of fowl. Order promptly attended see the young Mr. Slaughter leave our Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy h taken a soon to. lir.ihir.r ft jo per telling; Lingshan $t. Send off town. He has endeared himself to our as these symptom appear, they can wardkeep the MssssssK in your order. GEO. C, KELLER, JR., ssssssssssssKy J dUcasc. Such person should always the Stanford, Ky people since he has been in our midst. Remedy at hand, ready (or immediate ue when the right lime ceded. Two or three doses ol It at Ho seems to be n lino salesman nnd will r.no them much suffering ur s.ile by W II McRoberts Druggist, Stanlord. gentlemau. Mr. Frith, our faithful magistrate, Uucldln's Arnica Salvo. has been making it hot for those who The beat salve In the world lor cuts, bruisca I wilrTen oa January 16th, 1S93 a Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, uantltyot have been selling whisky in violation of sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapDairy, froitt which cau supply any Imperial lMows,. McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows eruji to tho people of Manlord and Rowped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin Jersey milk law. Alfred Johnson was tried in three tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requirland at the following prices, deli cred : and Hay Rakes,' Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat ed. It is guaranteed to riv. perfect satisfaction APPLEMAN M. D., Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Huggy and Wagon A. G. Tal-h.20 cents cases and fined SoO in each. Fresh Milk, per gallon or money refunded. Price aj cents per boa. 10 cents Sicimmed Milk, por gallon by A. R. Penny, Suulord, Kv. was also tried in a whisky case and v0r sale THE CELEBRATED Harness, Saddles, I'ields, Haled Hay, &c. 8 centi flutter Milk, per gallon the jury failing to agree, the caso was set Guaranteed Cure. Iwill make two trips dally. The patronage ot the for Saturday, 20th. G. A. PKV ION. public ia solicited. ll this weok. Mr. K. PenuinRton is risitiut; his AT brother, Dr. I A. ronuinpton. SU PER "VJK.A.lt IN" ADVANCE Key. Mnyhnn, of Now York, is visitnot so paid 32.50 will be charged." ing his son, F. L. Mahan, nt this place. Revs. L. E. Tupperaml Geo. Amrs are holding a meeting at Pino Mountain, K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tenn , this week. Mrs. B.iteimui will rIvo an illustrat-o- d Train n.vos Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning at $:o p. m. lecture of her travels in the Hawaiian Wanda next Friday u7ouinR at the ConL.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. gregational church. 7 P" Mail train going North U3pm Mr. W. M. Joues, of Williamsburg, South 3' Pm Express train " South and Miss Ella Ilouseholdor, of Middles-boro- , am t ..... North........ .710 am Local Freight North.,.- were niarriet) at the bride's home .....3tpv South.. . Wednesday, at S p. m. The latter trains also carry passengets. Mr. J. D. Henry, of Danville, III. has The above li calculated on itandard tine. Solar i ne ii about as minuter faster. purchased the Whitley County Herald QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. from F. A. Gurney and will take possession next weok. Mr. Gurney and fam Trains pas's Junction City as follow! : ily will return to Chicago. Southbound No. :, Limited, ia5 !' 'nj Messrs. Stout, Lester and Finloy, atSpecial, arrives S.40 p. m. No. 5, , Q. & C. Special, 11: a; n. m.; No. 7, Fast Mail, ar- torneys, are at Barbourville this week, m laes 11:43 rives 11:43 attending the trial of Sam McIIargim for No. 1, Q & C. Special, 30 p. ra.; a m the murder of Deputy Sheriff Saddler at No. 4 Icayf at 6 a m. ; No. 6, Limited 3:15 31 p m, leaves 1.31. p. Corbin several months ago. No. 8, Epreis, arrives m. Rev. James E. Terry, of Lexingtou, will preach next Sundayat the Christian church. Tho regular annual Sundav- b:1ioo1 convention of the Baptist church of this county will meet hero next Saturday and Sunday. Lest Friday morning Mr. J. C. Collins died of pneumonia at his homo here. Mr. Collins was foreman for J. A. Cooly at his brick yard and had been nt work here for some time. He was only Bick about two dayti and leaves a wife and sv O km three small children. Mr. Will Yates spent last Sunday at J7Asoufey his home near London. Mrs. E. W. Huguely has been on the sick list for a A cream of tarter baking pow- few days. Your correspondent had tho der. Higest of all in leavening pleasure of attending quite a pleasant Latest United States party given by Bliss Annie Disbman, strength. while in Barbourville last week. Government Food Report. Thursday, tho alarm of fire was ROYAL BAKING POWDER 00., sounded and it was found that the sta106 Wall St., New York. ble of Mr. B. F. Roso was on fire. A little boy had set the hay on fire with a A. S. match while playing in it and in a few SURGEON DENTIST. e minutes it was in ashes; also his Office over McKoberta Drug Store in the n and a email house near by. Mr. Owsley Building. Rose got his horse out, but his loss will Stanford. reach about $300. Published Evory Tuesday and Friday .J . It is often said that physicians nro well ingratitude, but perhaps they could bear tho unpalatable draft with composure if it wero always ns nmuhing-l- y presented ns in tho following case: Dr. J. M. "Warren had leen in tho habit for n number of j ears of giving professional advice to a lady in reduced circumstances, whom ho regarded ns hardly ablo to offer him any comixuisation. At length she ceased consulting him, and ho did not boo her for n long tune Finally, happening to meet her in tho street, ho said to her: "Why, Airs. , what has lieconie of you? You haven't been near mo for months?" "Well, tho fact is, Dr. Warren," sho said, in all simplicity. "I didn't boom to gain very much, and I thought I'd a pay doctort" Youth's Companion. nsed to con-bu- lt THE P. 0. MILLINERY. Call at the post-offic- a. I J 4i e room and see tho Largest and Bost Soloctod Stock 1 IIUSTONVILLE, KY., Of.Milllner In town bound to please you. to he goods and prices arc - MRS. T. COURTS MILLINERY. I have returned Irnm the cities with a nice lino ol Millinery which t will sell for a small profit. Gocds leftover, asfresti at thit season's goods, from last season, I will sell .it IS SELLING OUT BELOW COST ENTIRE STOCK, Now is your chance to get COST FOR CASH ONLY. iio this it to rtIuce m stock goods so I will be able to sell out my busimils the nrst opportunity. cordially initi the tadiet to call ami examine I altoolicll a share of their patronmy goods age. MRS. I.M. imUCK. Manford, Ky. 9 I he tcaton 1 I Couldn't .si3 Iit'li. Ilue-Gra- ss P- - P- - m- - North-boun- d 1 m Bakincr year ago. Tho car was wretchedly heated and ns drafty as sleeping cars generally are. In.tho morning, nftcr n miserable night's rest, I pulled my flask out of my bag in Kmrch of warmth and comfort. As I started to fill tho cup I perceived that tho eyes of tho jiorter wero wistfully fixed on tho liquid, ami as tho day was so cold I could not resist his pleading gaze. "Bring a glass" I taid, and as ho promptly held ono tip, "suv when," I added, pouring tho whisky slowly out, Tho darky rolled his eyes toward the roof of tho ear till tho whites nlono wero visible. "I'ze blind, denf and dumb, sab!" he exclaimed. Quips. Courliuhp. I had occa&ion to come to New York from Chicago ono cold winter's night a I am selling out all my retail stores and will remain in the wholesale business only. Therefore you can get goods now at your own prices. I am Selling Out Uelow Cost my entire stock of BABGAIN Oo : THE JEWELER, Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of Clothing, : Gents' Furnishing: Goods, Hats, Shoes, Tinware, Etc. .Kntirc Stock. Watches, Clocks IYIustbeSoldin30Days Come early and get bargains, as I must sell out, no matter at what I don't want to be in the business any longer. Don't miss this Great Uargain Sale, as it will last for 30 days only. 1 mean bus mess and will sell at any price. price. jrowaer Jewelry And SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. All goods sold engraved tree of charge. IT. TEXjD. EEustonvillo, THE BEST PLACE TO BUY 2y. Pure "Your patronage respectfully solicited. PINAXCIAl,, flHftjp PRICE, THE NATIONAL Wall A. R. Paper ! PENNY. meat-hous- building; loan assn' Of Louisville, Ky., All new stock and latest designs. "DENTO." SOUSE STOLEXT. real-dal- e. 1 Ginghams, Satsens, Irish Linens, WHITE -- ordi-uar- y Custom : Made W. : Shoes, C. B. FOWE1VL, ex-Ci- GZRTERAXi STORE, CIOTSHTC SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsVK4 SBBBBBBBBBBBBBF 4 Stanford, Kentucky, J FERKIBTS, Eggs For Hatching. ssHSstEa v Ko I.jng-sha- WEAKEN, H9k first-cla- ss 1 Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, V. I'irst-Cla- is 1 ott J. S. , ! f THE SHELTON IM ft. Fcrmerly Piofessorof Practice of Medicine, The May number of Fetter's Southern Magazine is, in a measure, a Columbian Or STANFORD, KV , Medical College, Notice to the Traveling Public. number, as thu leading article entitled, TORONTO, CANADA, I have had Is now lully organised and ready lor business wits e "A Glimpse of the White City," by Now Examining Physician of the Crippen, is written expressly for $200,000 HOUSE Paid up Capital of this number, and is embellished with Medical Institute, 000. -'i Southern Surplus, . At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of the best sa- numerous handsome engravings ol variLOUISVILLE, KV. loons In the State, open day and night; a night ous views of the "White City." A Leader. man meets all trains. In connection with Housr SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL have alto one of tho best Mineral welU in the Matt These engravings are all new and have HANK OK STANrORD, Since its tint introduction, Kleclric Hitters has Will be at Myers House, Stanford and forreference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs. popular favor until now it is in Tuesday, May 23, one never before been in print. In the same galntd rapidlylead ainontf pure medlral tonicn and Patrick. Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd G. W. Now closing up) with the same assets and undsi clearly in tho Erin, Tenn . A. A. Warreu, Stanford, I)r. ihn same management. day only. containing nothing which permits lis D E. Proctor, C. II. Ilraum, Mr. and Mrs. T. AV. number is a masterful plea from the pen alterative Uy provisions oi us cnaiicr, acposiiun is rccognted as Returning every four weeks during the year. Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Johnson, of Mrs. Julia Barry Healy for the rights useasa hcvcrageorintoiicant; it all ailments f Hamilton, fully protected as aie ilepositora in the twit and purest medicine fur Mew Haven, Jim Cox, Greensburir. Rates $ per Dr. Appleman is a graduate cf llellevue Hospitncm uiui.iuu.,., usnxs. of Dona Beatrix Knriques, the second the Stomach, Liver and Kidney.. It will cure al Mrdical College, New York City, and the Elec- liable to us snarcnoiucrs ocinK day. J. M. Petrey, clerk. Give me a call Prop. and tne extent of the amount of their stock Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation I. W. CARRIER, Stsoiy Medical wife of Christopher! Columbus. Mrs. drive Malaria from the system. Satisfaction guar- trical a special College, Toronto, Canada, lie has tncrein at me par vaiue mcreoi, id Ituumuu ,u m. may act as study ot the diiesscs he treated in amount invested in such shares. boitlu or the money will he re- iiade Healy espouses the cause of this noble anteed with eachonly 50 ccnU per bottle. Sold by the great llellevue and Charily Hospital lor sev executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as luuy as funded. Price eral years and recognizes noaupcrior in diagnosing an individual. woman, whose fair uame haaeull'ered for A. R. Pfimy, Druggist. and treating Chronic Diseases. He devotes ail To those who entrusted their buisiness to ui his time to the treatment of chronic and nervous while mnaginif the Lincoln National Hank ol years, and this defense is a worthy The more Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is used diseases of both sexes and his skill as an expert in Stanford, we we here tender our roanv thanks and to the wife of that man to whom the better itisliked. We k now ol no other remedy this classol cases is wellcsubllhud. Tieats trust they will continue to transact their business F. B. BIL.EY,!Proprletor, and with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atteo always gives satisfaction. It is good when the world owes so much, and in whose that firt tatch cold. It is good when your cough you tion to same, our twenty years' experience it " Kentucky. London, is seated ana jour lutigi are sore. It is good in banking and as liberal accommodations a, arc conhonor the Kreat World's Columbian Im- auy Cures kind ol a cough. We have sold twentv-flv- e sistent with sound banking. I have moved to my new HoieTand am better position is held. doren of it and every bottle has given Kalistaction. Acuto and Chronic Catarrh, Ringing in Ears prepared than ever to accommodate the public. oi- -i yr. Stanford, Ky An-gel- you We authoriie our advertised druggist to Dr. Kind's New Discovery for Consumption, If )Oii Coughs and CoUU, upon this condition: are atlllcted with a Cough, Cold or any I.img, I hroai or Chest Trouble andwill ue this remedy according to directions, giving It a lair trial anu ernice no benefit, you inav return the bottle Wo could net ami have vour money reiunueu make this oiler If we did not know that Dr Kings New Di.cn verv could be relied upon. It never disappoints. rrlal bottles free at A. K renny drugstore. Large sue 50c and $1. English. Specialist, Electrical ParmersBank&Trnst Co ; FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. '- Capital Stock Surplus , - 20, GOO 8200,000 far-fam- is, THE RILEY ; HOUSE tri-du- te Permanently Good Livery attached and every convenience Give me. call. d. IE W. O. HTTTCHXNGS, -- rKOPKIETOB- Uvery and Feed Stable, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Having purchased of A. T.Nunnellfy hisreidy hiiainess I canb found at hisoll stand 'u,alt on the public at any time day -- i ft'V Nothing but Ciikai' Hates. On the occasion of thu meeting of the Louisville Jockey Club, May 10 to 19 inclusive, the Queen and Crescent and Louisville Southern will sell tickets to Louisville from in Kentucky, commencing May 'J and selling daily up to and including the morning traius arriving at Louisville May 1!), at the low rate of fare for tho round-trip- , good to return .till May 20. These races will be of exceptional interest and a large attendance is solicited by the Association. For further information apply to local agents, or to D. G. Edwards, G. V. A., Cincinnati, O. Independence, Mo., was Bwept in the lower portion by a cyclone, which did great damage, but injured no one. mv.iili'namlmv prices will be at an low a the lowest. Dsn't forget my Stanford Uowland 'bu line. FIRST CLASS : TURNOUTS .i.ni... Stedman & Krleman, druggists, Minnesota. Lake, Deafness, Diseases of Kyc, tar, Nose, Throat PIHICTohs: Minn. 50 cent bottles lor sale by W. II. McRoberts, Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and llladdcr troubles, Druggist, Stanlord. llnght's Disease, Diabetes, Dyspepsia, Consli- J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; Rheumatism aud Paralysis, Epilepsy or J, M. Hail, Stanford; its positively cured. Young or middle aged urn sufTerinK from J. S. Owsley, btanford ; Impotency, Eruptions, the results of S.J. Embry, Stanford;! errors or excesics, shuiild call beforo it is too lata J. E. Lynn, Stanford; We guraritea a cure if cae has not gone too far. Whn Txby w as sick, v, o ga e her Custorl". Superfluous h.nr and all eruption of the face A. W. Carpenter, MilledgevilU; permanently removed. When shu nan a Child, slm cried for Cajttorla. J. K. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord, Ky, When sho became Miss, sho citing to Cattnrii. S. H. Shanks, President. she gcvothetn Castorla. When blie lind Children, J. II. Owsley, Cashier, As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Cleft,1 tc, W. M. Hrlght, Teller. cured by never failing remedies Diseases of women, such as Lvucorrhca, painful Menstruation, Displacement ol Womb, boaring do n pain, in back, relieved in short time. The Doctor carries all his portable. instruments Jellico Coal Co., My wife was confined to her bed lor over two and comes prepared to examine the most obscure Falls medical und surgical cases. rnoulhs with a very severe attack of rheumatism. He undertakes no incurable diseases but cures Miners and shippers of the GENUINE We could not gel nothing that would afford he any reliel, and as u last resort gao ChambtrUin s hundreds given up iodic Pain llalm a trial. To our great surprise she ocean to improve after the first application, arid by up usinir it reiularly she was soon able to get ofanil II.a hI. -- SV'""'.-""""" (J. r llf . f.. na C. I Tr: . And Confident al. Address to hero house work. E. II, Johnson, "'"'"l Kowiana. unite vouei ui 'tpoi sweet anu ran- & Co., Kensington, Minn, 50 cetu K. Knutson J. S. AI I LKMAN, M. D., crossing. road bottles for sale by W. II. McRoberts, "raffli".1 HIGCINS A WATTS. Louisville, Ky, . 6 Stanford. a, , Blood and Skin Diseases. unjer ine provisions 01 me .vaisVnal Hank Act depositors are secureu not only by the caolt.il tlrwlr. , hilt Kv lha .fnrlr Knl.la.a' liability lor an ... , ... XWM..V.WV.S . amount equal to the stock, so that (If outers ol this Institution are secured by a fund of J.oo.noo iwoln ,iutemrn ofthscondition of the bank . ..- nllli. .Ch vearm ihr llnli,l Ki.,,. ln(j j llcl, are examined at stated timts bygovernmeut agents, thus securing sddilitona and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally establish,! lha . . j. r ucpotit uanic ol btanford in iIiB. tben ned as the National Hank ol Stanford in iS6 and again rc'organired as the hirst Nalioaal Hank ol Stanlord in iSI, has had practically an lininter- ruptcu existenceoi ii years. It Is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before iu its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully toileted. The Directory of this Hank it composed ol T.J. Foster, of Stanford; Korestuv'Reid, Lincoln county ; J.W. Haydon, Stanford; S.ll. IlaughmanJLincoln; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Hncker, Stanford; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. G. Welch, Stanford; W. .P.Tate, Stanlord. Attention of the public is invited to the fc tnattmsis mo only Rational Hank in bUnford vt ... ,, ' ..... OFFICERS: I.S.Uocker, President;! JohnJJ, McRolcrtt, Cashier; Branch A. A. Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier. CONSULTATION FREE Original Jellico Coal. ... " "" ..... DR. W. B. PENNY JIW1HIUT I atsssssssssV .uwes,, l w Office South side Mam street, in office recea racated by Ur. L. V. Huffman, Stanford, Ky 1 SH ' & k a- - ., ., c . ,ft!a ey, ,o ,at mammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm yl- ni ., , -- r 11 v sHassssfiWi iifniiit mil. Vi - "Lfr.. -- ' 'ihf "'jasiTn'jfi "-- -- ' .ir-- i. tJwimiimmKy ttt . j, ..A.-- - ?..4 . .. ..i-- . .. ' 1 - ...ha. ;. ..sB'v