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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893050501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ..,, ' v '... -- TB Semi Weekly Interior vol. XXI. MIDDLEDURG. DANVILLE. ft Journal. NO. 19 Call and sec our STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. MAY 5. 1893. -- BRODHEAD. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. , i Eldor J. Q Montgomery will preach at Grovo Knntlny nt ! o'clock. Mr. WVuluy Ims n portion of tlio material on tlio ground for his now dwelling nnd Geo. W. Jeter haa the contract to build it. Tlio b.uik qituation boouib to bu Bleopln, Liberty nsaerted beraelf and the projector became frightened anil went into tlndr holee, nnd wo presume carried their IioIch in after them. A heavy rain Htorin, accompanied by hail and wiud, pacned over town Saturday. Some of our leas courunrotis wero a little frightened at itfl lirst appearance, but we hear of no datiMKo being done. Misa Mlnnto Dinwiddle- has arrived and taken charge of J. M. Durham's millinery buHinesa. W. T. Durham went to .Somerset Monday to look Hfler his mUvo business. Trof. Grlflin to B.tid to bo getting ihe band boya out of the rut Into which they have drifted since the departure of their last teacher. A Unlit moru amusing than dangerous took placo on tho atre't early Monday morning between lteuben Staton and It. II. McAnlnch. Trouble among their children seems to havu been the cauae of tho combat. Ab the combatant each tip thoboaiunt',-- 0 pounds, the light can be better imagltnd than described. Those who aaw it aay it waa liardto tell which would have carried off the belt, had thoy not been Heparated, though it waA plainly evident that both wero glad wheu Melvin Bell happened along and pulled them apart. A story comes from Grovo of a young man who, after plying his Bistor and another young lady with whisky till they wero drunk, carried them to where tho young ladiea sick and in tho presence of the congregation and while the Sunday-achowas In Besslon, vomited upon tho floor and bad to bo carried out. A aad tory indeed! Yet we have sulliciont evidence of its truthfulness. Tho saddest part of it is, tho young ladies were Mundayechool scholars and one of them had tilled tho position of teacher. For tho aako of their parent and other relatives, whom we know to be clover people, wo withhold their name from tho public, with the hopo that they will never be utility of tho like again. citi-r.en- a . - A u .1 LV. talking to Somericl people, when his modious house, which when finished companions were sUrtlcd by n shot from will add much to tho town. Mr. Thos. n pistol in the hands of n ninn who was Cherry ia n business and enterprising a stranger to moat of them. Tho first man. Mrs. Mattio Cirter i9 teaching a seshot wna fired within two feet of face, which grazed hia nose. Woods lect achool at tho Academy. Sho is a tired n in mid Higgina waa struck in lino teacher and seems to be glviug gentho loft breast. He fell to the lloor nnd eral satisfaction. We would ndvise our Wood tired three mora shots nt his pros- young teachers who wish to teach nnd trate form, the pistol snapping auveral aro not thoroughly qualified to attend times but ween each shot, only one of her school. Sho now haa about 83 scholNew Stock and Lower Prices than ever offered nfTnnH hfn hfXr which struck Wiggins. By thia time the ars enrolled. See our stock and get prices. We can then convince you that hall wai Oiled with excited people nnd Tho case of A. G. Talbott, referred otlicerit, who rushed down from tho to in last week's letter, was tried Saturcrowded court-roowhere a trial was in dny. Tho Commonwealth was ably repprogre-s-. An ofllcer naked who did the resented by County Attorney G. W. shooting, when Wooda replied: "1 did. dnfendant wat well deOur stock is complete and immense. All kinks of Dress Goods too Higgtua ruined my sister. She is now in fended by Hon. R. C. Warren, of your ii n insane asylum aa a resultofhis work." town. numerous to mention are now on our counters. Calicos, Tho jury failed to find a verdict. A Higgiua waa unconscious when lirst seen, There were seven for conviction and one few more straw hats sold formerly at $1.25, now go at 35c. An elebut iu h few momenta became rational for acquittal. Tho case is now set for gant line of Ladies' Sliooers iust in. Children's anrf Rnuc' CmVc f--. and being asked if ho knew who shot next Saturday. 80c to $9 per suit. Come and get a pair of him said, "Xo, I did not seethe . The Hon. 12. B. Smith, the He did not givo mo a chance." Higglna, editor of tho Mt. Vernon Signal, while mayor of Somerset nnd during a made a Hying visit to our town Monday. spree, assaulted Miss F. 0. Wooda, a sis- Dr. I. S. Burdett was called to Corbin to . They are strictly Bed Sets, Lace Curtains, &c. In fact ter of Wooda, in tho depot at Somerset. treat some eye patients. Miss Alice wc tan sen you any ining you as lor. Lome one and all and get Ho waa tried for unlawful detention and Lewis is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mattie prices and if we do not sell you we will do you good by giving you sent up for two years. The Court of Ap- Carter. Misa Alice Bethurum is the pointers. Always peals granted him new trial and he guest of Miaa Susie Hutchison. Mrs. W was given a change of venue tc Boylo. H. Colyer and Mrs. J. II. Albright have His lawyers were not presont when tho a fine line of nice hats on hand and wish Eggs, butter, &c. Will give you the top of the market. After this caso waa called nnd It waa continued till their lady frienda to como and exatnin-thewe will give away to every 20th purchaser the amount of the purbefore buying elsewhere. Dr. R When Woods, who came aa September. CRAB ORCHARD. chaser to $1, whatever it may be, for 30 days. You will find us at a witness, hehrd of this he aeemed to be- L. Davison, of Stanford, ia hero and will come desperate, but his frieuda know remaiu in our town thia week practicing Wo know of two weddings that will the old stand in Rowland. nothing of his intentions until thoy wero hia profession, dentistry, a'nd any one occur in the near future. Guess. atartled by the shooting. In an inter- wishing to aeo him can find him at the Mr. Henry, of Kuoxville, is here view Woods said: "I did not come hero Albright House. Misses Robert Yeaky with hia bride, visiting her mother, Mrs. to kill Higgina, thinking that tho law and llin Pointer went to Gum Sulphur II. L. Abraham. would take ita courae, but when I ap- last Sunday. Mrs. Richard Pike, of Pine K. L. AUSTIN. Tho men engaged in the cutting D. B. CAMI'REM.. proached him in tho courthouse and Hill, brought her little girl down last scrape wero each held under a $200 bond heard him say that ho had succeeded in Sunday nnd alio hsa entered Mra. Car- - to nppearnt circuit court. having the caso postponed again, my ter's school. Mr. J. G. Frith, our wideMr. J. R. Lawleaa ia here. We un WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. feelings wero beyoni control nnd I tried awake magistrate, ia commencing a largo derstand ho ia preparing to move hia eft to kill him before I scarcely know whnt hotel building adjoining hia store house. excellent family hack to hia homo here, James X. Sharp and K. I). TerkiiiH I was doing." Wood was liberated on Miss Lizzie llerrin, who has been visit-inaud truly hope it ia the case. Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset St.; wareroom, paint wero in Frankfort laHt week. f.'iends in I'tuh for nunc timo, re$10,000 bail to nwait tho nctiou of tho Mr. J. R. Bailey began Monday to Finley, who travels for Mr. Charles and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. week. grnnd jury, now in wtvion. turned home aell nt coat hia large stock of drugs, dry the Proctor (Jo.tl Co., waa at home lu.it Woods, who did the killing, waa raisgoods nnd hardware. Mr. Peter ChnnSunday. ed in &wy county, but ia now a residler haa been employed to auction '.he Mr. John II. Fish midwife spent dent of Cleveland, 0 , where ho has a goods one day of ench week. A specialty. CaTSign Work, artistic and plain, -- a We guarantee Sunday with Mra. Fiah'a father, Mr. 12. family. Mr. D. G. Slaughter ia preparing to F. Arthur. work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. After n lestleds night, during which I.e. move his family over to Green Briar in There was a good log tide In the riv- grew constantly weaker, B. 1. Iligicira a few days. Wo regret to give them up, CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky. er last Thursday and our mills auccccd- - died at (J o'clock Thursday morning. Tho even for the summer, but the youngsters od in catching Bovurnl thousand logs. I.NTKUion JomtKAi. has been advined that will enjoy making thorn n visit to the There was a auvero wind storm hero ho made no ht.itement in regard to the Springs. last Monday, which injured tho dwelling matter iu which Miss Wood floured othThere was n young chap from your of 12. X. Steely considerably, but no er than has been givon the public. Intown who had quite n lively experience damage was done. deed since Wednesday morning, when hero last week. But as you aro ao good Circuit court begiuu hero next Mon- he seemed slightly hatter, ho was iu no not to publish the names of our Crab Orwill day with n full docket. Tho term condition to talk or think Ions; in regard chard boya when they get lively in your only last two weeks, so there will not bo . i i.; in... n'limiiis iii jiiuu.'iuiv town, I withhold this youngster's name. i iiu iu iiiY"iiiK in I find such and such an article? is a question that you often hear time to try tho Harlan caaia. Ho was homeward hound, with hia brain Will be interred in Lineinuati, it friends coino Garrard Davis, who killed James. to tlio nid of tho diatrt'aaed wife, who ia asked. To in a whirl, when as he got beyond Cedar Finley, of thia place, at Jollico, a fow heio without money. At 10 o'clock the Creek, ho whirled out of hia bticgy and weeka ago, aurrendered to ollicera lust grand GEORGE A. JONES, jury returned an Indictment for the terrific yells he gavo so frightened gavo week, waived nn examination nnd murder pgainat L. D. Wood, who did tho The Loulsvll'e Editor Recently Elected Jun- hia horao that it began to run. His a $5,000 bond for his appearance nt tho .si loot i m. Ho waa brought into court, groaua and cries alarmed n family living of the Ky. G. A. R. ior Jacksboro circuit court. Many of them for you we give a partial list of when Mr. J. W. Yorkes, of hia counsel, near. They kindly took care of him and Tho jury in tho Mcllarguo c;iso nt naked for b.iil. This Judga Satilley Raid, wont to the rescue of tho poor horse, LIBERTY. IJarbourville, for tho murder of Win. as ho waa then advised, ho muot deny. which had fallen by the roadside and verSaddler, of thia county, returned Tho Into excessive raiua havo put turned tho bugey over. Tho youug man He then remanded tho nccuaed to the dict of 15 years. It ia thought by tuoa custody of the jailer. It ia posiible that the farmers hack in their work in the told hia frienda somo one knocked him people here that heahould be well mitis-tie- atrial may be ankud for and granted du- wet bottom lands. out and tried to rob him. DRESS GOODS: Wool Dress Goods in all the new shades and with ho short a term. Missea Lulu Pago and Kiln Murphy ring thia term, which must clojo SaturFour of Lancaster's pretty girla, Judge J. W. Alcorn, of Stnnford, day. At preaftit O. H. Wnddle, of aro on a visit to Cincinnati in company Missus Austin, Simpson and Henry, with weaves; China Silks, Challies, French Ginghams, Satteens, Organwas here Tuesday Inking somo dopoai-lioand J. W. Verkea, of Danville, are with W. II. Wilkinson. tho latter'a brother, spent Sunday with dies, Dotted Swisses, Plain and Figured Pongess, Lotos Cloths, Belin cnai-- ho haa in tho Whitley cir- the only counsel retained for the deSince last report license havo been Mifnea Maud Pettus and Lizzie Beazley. fast Lawns, and nearly every other kind of Cotton Goods made. issued to Mr. James M. Wellington to Mrs. Dr. Kd Estis, of McKinney, ia with cuit court. Misaea SAlllo and Sudio Ki- fense. . We carry a better line of Trimmings than you usually find, such as lls, of Stauford, spent lust Saturday aud Danviixr, May I, '.Y.'M v. m. Wooda marry Misa Mary B. Montgomery. her parents, Mr. and Mra. John Edmia-ton- . Judgo Win. M. Myere, John W. Sunday visiting Dr. Wain. ia Silks, Velvets, Guimp in Black, Tinsel and Gilt, &c. Dr. Walter Beazley, of Liberty, haa been released on a $15,000 bond. Whipp, Royal B. Wilkinson and John with the home folks. Mr. Scott Karris Thero waa a meeting of tho stock A. A. HOSIERY for Ladies, Men Children and Boys in Hermsdorf, W. Moore, have all gone to Danville, hav- returned from London yesterday. Auut holders of tho Williamsburg Hank last Pcerles and Silver Crown, Fast Black. ing been summoned to testify in the case Lucinda Stephenson ia at borne, after a Saturday and Dr. A. Gatllffe wna elected CORSETS P. D., Warner's, Warner's Waist, Centiuy, Tricora, of tho commonwealth vs. jKate Lee, of protracted visit at Harrodaburg. president, G. A. Dunham Sho ia color. John W. Siler cashier and 0. II. Koeton French Strip, Silver and Thompson's Glove-fittinupwards of SO, yet her mental faculties asaiatant'eashier, with about tho same The church officials of this place are aa bright na ever. With a wouderful Our Shoe stock is complete. The expression of every one is that havo been fortunate in employing Mr. memory she recalls tho scenes of long our Carpets board of directors aa last year. arc the prettiest line they ever saw. George W. Jeeter, of Middleburg, to re- ago, and ia entertaining alike to old and Hev. James K. Terry preached nt pair and otherwise improve the Chris- young. Every one ia glad to see Aunt tho Christian church last Sunday and tian church. Mr. Jeeter is a man of in- Sinda, ns she ia sure to have some joke church has made him n call to come tho telligence and wide spread reputation aa to tell, or something of interest that hapand preach for them. Ho graduntea at an architect in this section and it would pened when times were better than the Wblo College thia year and ia valehave been difficult to make a wiser se- now. dictorian of hia class. Hev. W. B. Kates Baptlat pulpit laat Sunday. Kev. lection. filled the There it An unfortunate tragedy occurred on rhcumatiim nothing hav ever used for muscular W. J. Johnson, who haa been tho pasajHBXr SBHBJHB MBSBBb.H2s!v that gtves mcaiinucli relief as Pain llalm does. I have been using it Casey's Creek one day last week, which tor of the Baptist church hero for severtwo years, four bottles in all, aa occaresulted in the death of James Harrison for about al years, haa resigned an account of sion required, and always keeps bottle ol it in my home. I believe I know a good thing when I get brother-in-lafor Unntavlllo, Ala., on by the hands of his and left 17 m hold of it, and Pain Balm u the best liniment I met with. W. H. Denny, dairyman. New Belton. It appears that Beltou had Tuesday morning, where ho will make Lexington, (). jo cent bottles for sale by W. II. used somo objectionable language to McKoBerts, Druggist, Stanford. his futureJiornBj Harrison's wife, which she reported to Judge French Tipton, of the RichAltona, Mo., was While T. J. her husband. A difficulty came up over travelingMr. KansasIlichey, of taken violently ill New stock, styles and shades. he was In mond Climax, read an Interesting paper I3AAO V. OHKX. with cholera morbus. He called at a drug store it and Beltou struck Harrison on the to get some medicine and the druggist recommendbefore the Filson Club, at Louisville, as ed Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Tho new minister to Mexico arrived head with a maul, causing his death, Monday, on Church Discipline In the Remedy so highly he concluded to try it. The before stated. Belton was arrested and result was immediate relief, and and a few doses at his post thu week and was given a Early days in Madison County. i9 now under guard, awaiting his trial, cured him completely. It is made for bowel complaint and nothing else. It never falls. For sale Wednesday 141 republican rascals grand banquet by the American citizens before an examining court at this place, by W. H. McKobcrts, Druggist, Stanlord. of whom sojourning at tho Mexican Capital. out of Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, wero turned which Is set for Wednesday. Hamilton Buclclln's Arnica Salve. 17 were in Kentucky. W. J. Landreth's Garden Seed at James Collins, the notorious horse at Huxley, The beet salve In the world lor cuts, bruise was appointed rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapsalt was taken from a train at Sherman ' The Shakers at Pleasant Hill in Mer- tores, ulcers,chilblains, corns and all skin erup ped hands, Laurel county, and Mrs. R. Abnor at thief, and lynched by a mob composed mostly cer county, are preparing an elegant dis- lions and positively cures piles, or no pay requirTegea, Clay county. ed. It is guaranteed to giv perfect satisfaction silk made cents per hot -- It begins to look like the World's of farmers, who had suffered from his play of the the World'sby thorn to be ex- cr moneyby A. R. Penny,Pric New Drug Stoic, Stanford, Ky. Slntord, Ky . 1 0r sale Fair. hibited nt raids. open on Sundays. Fair will be hoa-pitale- r; An infant son of James 0. Beddow Miai Kato Wnlden ia with Mrs. Robdied of pneumonia Tue6dny evening. ert Yoakey thia week. MUses Hedlc Tho Indies of tho Methodist church and Mollle Segera nru visiting nt Mrs. gavo u straw berry festival at the church Mary Albright. Thuraday. Miss Annie Lewis, of Tateaville, ia Knto Lee wna give three months in n guest at the Albright House. She ia jail nnd lined ?:$(M) for conspiracy to burn hero having Dr. I. S. Burdett treat her the city of Danville, but haa moved for a eyes for granulated lids. new tnnl. Elder J. W. Masters filled hia apL. D. Woodt, of Cleveland, 0 , shot pointment nt tho Christian church last Barney 12 HigginH, of Somer- Saturdny night nnd Sunday. Subject set, in tho court hoiieo Tuesday nfter- - on Sunday, Resurrection of tho Dend. noou, in the presence of a crowd of apec-tutorWoodynrd Cherry havo begun tho Iliggiua was standing at the foot foundation for their now etoro building. of the stairs about ten fct from tho door They propose to build n Inrgo nnd comor s. t Hig-gin- s' m, enter-prisin- g be-ca- ol m Rev. Mr. Hardin, of Danville, will preach hero next Sunday morning and uight. Mr. Frank AnBley ia ballast inspect- rr nt tho Marctaburg quarry, which is now in full blast. of Wo notico in tho Courier-JournFriday that F. H. Reppert, special pension examiner, has been transferred to tho field from which bo waa called shortHo ly after Harrison's inaugurntion. is locnted nt Cincinnati. The "big hunt" this week proved more pleasant than profitable. The presence of two M. Da. insured ample medical nttention. Those who took part in it wero Messrs. D. X. Williams, principal sojourner; W. L. Henderson, F. L. Thompson, captain of tho host; Boge Brown, captain of the guards; Dre. J. J. and E. J. Brown nnd hunters W. J. Xewcomb, Thomas Taylor and D. C. Poynter. Mifcses Klla Joplin and Maggie Sprad-lireturned last week from a visit to Richmond. Mr. James Adams returned to Garrard county Monday, accompanied by his daughter, Misa Sallie. Miea Pearl Smith, of Hot Springs, Ark., will shortly visit Miss Mattie Xewcomb and other relatives here. Misses Gertrude and Mary Weber, of Hamilton College, came homo Tuesday to aee their brother, Harry, who returned from Louisville quite ill recently. Mr. Jones Lair, eon of our county judge, has been very ill, with pnouman-i- a, but is now convalescent. Hia sister, Mrs. George Cook, and brother, Mr.Tobo Lair, of Liviogston, visited him laat week. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. (Thompson are visiting relatives here. Mrs. 0. S. Xleld, accompanied by her son and Mifa Ceil Crook, visited Mrs. Alsa Thompson Misses Sallie Cook, Lucy recently. Baugh and Lida Cook visited Mary Morrison at Pinoville. Mr. Jasper Brown haa resumed hia school at Level Green. nl NEW PROCESS STOVE. , Saves time labor and expense i I KilBHJEl-HiJsera- . WroKf-pCa--p q Guaranteed to be I PERFECTLY SAFE. fT""" And to give satisfaction. W. H. WESREN & CO. n NEW : HOUSE, WE ARE THE LEADERS. 4c. OUR DOUGLASS OR BUELL first-class- SHOLS, BRING US YOUR PRODUCE. STEPHENS & KNOX. NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL ATJSTIXT, Pro'rs. k' lt House Painting1 and Paper Hanging ia ..i.i.i.. I IPH' 'I dfe WH : WHAT d WE : KEEP. T'l J Sotn-orHe- t, n t, g. 1 SEVERANCE & SN. SEASONABLE GOODS. A Cham-bfiUi- vfHi7fllLEy w, Be-ri- ah r WALL PAPER & ALABASTINE Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. po3t-ofllce- post-mast- er WoB, MolKOBERTS, -- l V . .; jm TTT fffi? 1" ' "li3Eli'ntiMii "!w i i w - - - -- ?'y - VTT- - ' 1 AUT IX POKEtt lenrn to use the two hands in playing a AVOEK. musical instrument. Practice first making the strokes on a before trying to do a deIN pieco of board BEAUTIFUL DECORATIVE EFFECTS sign. If yon can draw, yon will find BURNT WOOD ETCHING. this an easier matter thnn if you have hud no training with tho pcnciU Try to Woman Who mnko quick, light, even .strokes. Tho Helpful SiiCEtstlotii to heavily on Wlli-to Try Her 'Prentice lliinil Only moment you hesitate or bear your tool your lino will bo broader and a Moderate. DcErco of Artistic Ability I darker than tho rest of your work, and N?clfiil Attrncllo Panel Work. its harmony will bo hopelessly marred. s WOMAN'S W01LD VIip IN PARAGRAPHS. MILLINERY. 1 QUININE S., (Record 'J:28J over a Ki-froWJ half-mile ( CECILIAN PARK DANVILLE, KY, 1 Copyright, 1K0, by American Tress Asoc!a-llo- n. Poker work or burnt wood etching is productive of tlio most fascinating results in decorative effects and is being enthusiastically seized upon by tho womnn who "believed in tho "houso beautiful." . Sgj yo.-5"While ono of tho best artists in New demonYork is gi.lng his entire time to strating what artistic effect can bo got from poker woik, it is still within reach of tho amateur who has tho smallest grain of nrti.nlc ability. Tho differenco coveu ron handkerchief nox. is that tho artist makes his own designs and draws them or. tho wood with a free One of tho worst trials of beginners hand. Tho amateur who is not an ex- are tho unsightly dots nt tho ends of do fljt perienced draftsman should never that. But he can easily find charming designs everywhere in tho art magazines and journals, and these can bo transferred to the pieco of wood he wishes to decorate. Often patterns for wood carving, china painting, water colors or even embroidery can bo used in this way. lines. These conic from allowing the point to rest nt the finish of a stroke. A redhot iron bums n hole instantly, nnd you must remember to lift it tho instant you get to the end. Shading is done by ruuning the side of tho point lightly along the surface of tho wood. If you wish n very light shade, do nor touch tho wood nt nil, but just tlrim lightly over it. Tho slight scorching will produce a lovely brown tint. Wonderful are tho possibilities of Amck E. lvi.s. poker workJ THE PUNISHMENT OF CHILDREN. A DlfllciiH Prolilem Which Call Tor Careful Consideration. There nro as many theories upon this subject ns there are children upon whom to practice them. Nor is this to bo wondered at when each littlo one differs from another, so that each careful mother has to fall back upon her own judgment or experience and finds sho cannot rely on that of tho wisest of her contemporaries. Very few children never require to be punished nt nil. The dispo sition has to bo altogether thKcn into ac count in considering the method of that punishment. There are rare natures, brutal from their infancy, which demand stem, strict accounting. Alany others are so morbidly sensitive that a v otd of condemnation will go nil the necessary lengths. And most small people belong to a happy, normal condition midway between theso two, which requires u firm, light hand upon the rein. To all children justico appeals with irresistible force, and injustice is ono of their blackest crimes. This is probably tho reason they are absolutely at the mercy of their elders, and they havo all the keen consciousness of that fnct natural to a slave plr.ced under tho unlim ited power of his master. It certainly behooves parents to remember that this is not nn agreeablesituation. To be sure, tho tiny slaves by no means seldom revolt in "their turn nnd become tho tyrants, but that is so entirely tho master's fault that it is not worth considering here. The question now is what just and righteous punishments may be meted out. Beyond icrndventuro not tho.so barbarous onslaughts of sheer bruto forco of which I havo heard human beings (with presumable human souls insido their bodies) bay "I never should havo given if I hadn't been angry. I couldn't striko n child in cold blood." There is no reasoning with such people, or one might ask: Why do it, then, in hot blood? For tho child's good, or for your own revengeful gratification? If tho former, how is that puriwse served by an act of flagrant injustice? And you admit that it is unjust, because you "can't striko a child" when just and calm. A decently administered whipping, with a moral to adorn the sting, is ono thing; cutting nnd shining, or angry beating, is quite another A nos COVEIt. Bold Ggures or conventionalized designs having simple outlines and very little shading are best for beginners. Such beautiful things as I have seen done in this poker work Some of tho pieces looked like rare old enrved ivory and others liko fino sepia pictures. It is charming for panels over chimney pieces and doors nnd lends itself equally weM for cabinets, boxes, nntinno chairs, book, covers, letter cases, portfolio cov ers, clovo boxes and picture frames. An industrious little woman I know of is busy making panels wherewith to decorate tho lmnx room of a new cot tago which is leing built among the mountains. Tins is tho way slio is uo- I ingit: Over tho mantel is to Imj a long panel On this sho has traced a procession of cupids, representing "Spring," which ho found in an old art journal. At ono side of tho mantel is a small cabinet, the door of which bus a charming female figure from ono of Will H. Lewis' designs in an art magazine. Tho figure was large enough to transfer without any trouble. S3 THE INSTRUMENT. I Over tho two low front windows are to bo panels, ono in a straggling brier ro-pattern and the other in grape leaves, fruit and tendnK Now, let me tell you how she docs it. Sho gets a nice, smoothly planed board of basswood if it is to bo a panel. On this Bho fastens with artist's tacks a sheet of tracing paper. Over the paper is laid tho design, also fastened securely. Then with a tracing tool she goes carefully over the entire design, being particular not to slight a lino or a dot anywhere. Sho removes the pattern and paper, and the wood is ready for burning. You can use the old fashioned poker, or tho iron points made for tho purpose if yon wish, but there is much delay in cooling nnd reheatiug, and tho work is upt to bo uneven in tone, so this young woman who is decorating her cottage uses the platinum point and the small machine which keeps it all the time at red heat. Into the glass bottle she pours benzino fluid, making it about half full. To the stopiH-'of tliis bottle is attached two flexible tubes, ono ending in tho plati- e r matter. other ,a d iy, ol,ear,m,:redignmedand quite as Small Account TiiUcn of Daughter Among Millionaire. Tho will of Colonel Elliott F. Shepard rails attention anew to tho little-valuplaced on daughters by many rich men. Colonel Shepard's anxiety was for his son. a youth of 18. For this boy Tho Mail nnd Express uewHpnpcr, tho colonel's iet, must bo fostered nnd kept, so that in duo cnurso tho Shepard name will again stand as that of tho individual owning nnd bosMtig tho concern. But not a word ulnnit the Shepard daughters. One of them is mnrried, but whnt about tho others? They may marry, stay eat their hearts out for want of occupation, or take to church nnd benevolent work, which seems to bo the only left to rich women who never marry. Tho Shepard daughters, jwor girls, are as utterly ignored in their father's expressed hoped nnd ambitions as if they had never ben born. This is in lino with Vnndorbilt traditions. When W. n. died, ho left his children $11,500,000 apiece. After that nnd various other bequests had been paid W. II. Vnndor-hil- t divided tho residue of his estate between his sons, William K. nnd Cornelius. Thi residuo n recent writer declares ho knows for certain to have been ol)out $200,000,000. Tho Astors twrtion off daughters in the same way and leave tho real fortuno to their sons. Jay Gould is a notablo and praisoworthy exception to the usual multimillionaire. Whatever his failings nnd sins were, ho nt least gave credit to woman for having brains and sense. He divided his projwrty equally among his children, making to his son Georgo suitable recoiii'ienso for tho fidelity with which he had served his father's fortunes, but he also left tho homestead and its contents to Helen in her own right, and in tho management of the millions after his death Helen Gould was to bo consulted as well ns George and Edwin. With tho care of the younger Gould children nnd tho equal management of tho Gould estate Helen will have something to fill her heart and brain, even if sho should not marry. For this provision of his w ill I honor Jay Gould. It is n pieco of miserable, pitiable vanity, tho ignoring of dnughters in millionaires' wills. If daughters marry, they will chango their names nnd thus cannot periK'ttuito tho old man's millions in connection with his name, and he wants his mime nttached to his millions even after ho is dead and turned to dust a thousand years. Another instance of tho sad consequences of cultivating emotions instead of brains among our sex is bhnwu in tho loss of life ut tlie burning of Mr. Joseph Jefferson's beautiful homo on Buzzard bay. Tho man in charv'o of thy place knew that the moment the leaking gasoline vapor touched the furnace theio would Iki h frightful explosion, "linn, run for your lives," he cried to tho three women servant. lint they did not move. They stood rooted in their tracks with terror. Every atom of sense in them was paralyzed by the senseless fright they had never leen trained to control. The explosion occurred. At tho risk of his life the ono man dragged two of tho women nway scorched and bleeding. The other ho could not get at, and sho was burned to ashes, all becauso she was too scared to get out of the way. Tho twentieth century woman will control her silly, .stupid fears and keep her head on. Whatever danger confronts her, sho will face it and tiio her brains to get out of it. Women have much before them in tho way of working for their best nnd highest development. But men have something to do, too, and one of tho first things they should do is to rid theinelve8of the traditional prejudices of their sex in regard to women. The United States inspector of furniture for tho treasury department gets 1,000 a year and traveling exjwnses. It is his duty to travel from place to place and insqK'ct and purchase furniture sup- piles ior government uuiniiugH uiruugii' e bin-gle, ret-ourc-o trnck. ol Millinery whtch I will rll for Ooc.1 hc letorneil Itom the cl;lc lat Mon, left over, tlh a nice' lire profu nnfrn.hu thi ill nil at 1 tml llyAHIAl.LAHMVMIHHNO, Sire of Manic II. 2:111. Geneva S. 2.101, C. & C. P. CECIL, PWOPs. COST FOR CASH ONLY. totV of U to rr.luee my The reatcn will be able PoodolupiHjr.i.imy. to ..tell . out - my buicm at ine urn I lo thl 1 Hcttie Jones 2:11)1 and others. GAMBETTA WILKES, Miood.. agf. m I mitc Iheladlei to Uo .olid, a ah", -- call and examine o, rrnn- - to 9 Stauford, Ky CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS. m ThU lamed Summer Resort, with il Koconl L';22J. First dam Kiln Hopkins, hy Octoroon. Biro of tuirtv.uiiulnL':!IOliitntII yearn, Second dnni Mollle Winfrey, hy A vent's inaking him tfio grontct sire that ever Aluie, sire of William Siugerly 2:10J and livitl al that nRC. (Full brother to Tho King 'J:211, friro of Nora G. 2:2S. 1'J in 1.!10 lint, ami Count Wilkes flic of Quinine S. will mnko tho season of Mill Lady 1! 10 at one yonr or nge. nml two olhern.) ISMnt my fnrin, near Danville, Sire hv (JeorKO Wilkes 2:LhJ. (Slro if Ilnriv Wilkw L':i:i, nml 77 others in the anil of tlnm.i of AS.) At $25 to Insure a Living Colt. L'i.'M) lht ilam .leucll (ilam of the KIiik Gaiiibetln Wilkes J.,.,".'i and Hilda Clay A. w. SMITH, 2:X'). and full Nler to Illark Maiia, :i Danville, Ky. 17 mile" record hy Ciill'n Vermont t.irts of Houner Hoy 'J:'.1:!, and of dams of - in j.:jo lit ) li-- t. Charley Sandidge. C. F. CLAY 4766. hl Healing Waters and Ecatful roundings, Sur- Flvc-ycaro- Sired hy i'lilibnn L'iM. Sim of Cyclone ',:'J4.I1 and'llvo olhoM, and iro of the damn Will be open fur the recri.tlon of giieM gruiulsiru of VA with records two At $10 to Insuro a Living Colt. of J;U) nndbetter.) of or Money due when colt i foaled, marc parted 1st dnm Siprauo (dnm of Kminenco MAY 15, with or hied tj another hone el; he li) 2:lSi, O. V. Clay 2:l, Slralhbridgo 2 24, Second Jewel, hy CunninKibam Je Ulster ami grandain of Ilroun Mlk ,.':V-'-l. . Waihingtun uenmaric. llalcorn; id to Solo 2.2M nnd Stolnway 2;28J), bv will find thit Jewel' 111 dam hv McDonald Health and pleasure fcelera dam by Well' Crnvador I ol Stralhmore itli circ of Snnlit Claim 2.17J, Charlev. dam, Kewena Webb K.mell. onemet nnd othen, and of tho dams of It' In n earth, hvlnC tha r.ne.t walkinc animal AN ADMIRABLE PLACE and defeated all the crack walker, cf Central 2.:to. Kentucky including ttallioni and ecUling. She 2d dam Abbe.ss I,lam of Solo 2.2S1 and Denmaik. by (.m.lard Uliy Kunk'a their wonted heallh and enerKiea and Sumpier Peiinnrk, by tSailie' Denmark Re ad Steiuway 2 25. W. Wood 2.07, Ulieket To recover at the Mine time tecurc quut, home like fare at dam the 'lompkln mare 2 10, (.unsnr 2:10 and U otherc, nnd lre if Ilnuht bay, while frl 15S hand, andI a a natural the dams of li in the 2.IK) llet, and (ho is breed.addle hoi,e. We will warrant him to the crandain of C. F. Clay2:lS, Kminenco .. . ... er of .a.'dler , 2.2-and Sloner lU.y weeV. IV ce of Hoard from J; to $i jwr Ky 2:is, Slrathbritlgu Kili.l, 2.2(JJ.i hy Albion iMru of Vanity t'o further Inloimation aprly to K. II Knniiv J V. Cook 2.2ii.i GUS HOFMANN, ltd dam by MarthnllKey. $75 tho Mred hy Second Jewel 4S. Dam lloena Wehu lluucll ?44- ct 1 hit fancy bred H.llion ill make the Stanford, 189J at Cook't bpriliji 45 mile eal of Record 2:19. 1881. IIyliorc. MONDAY, 1893. 1 1 Reasonable Rates. " .....,.. Fir Crab Otchai.l, Lincoln County, Ky. Dick Elmore, Jr. COMHINKl) STALLION, DON I'IZARKO 7803. d 1 Knco Kecord 2 11. (Three year-olIn (Full hnither t Don l.orenro i'.U. 2 17, a beautiful dark bay; iS hand. hih. Hr It forehead and led hind leol while Dick Hmeic, Galena 2.2SJ nnd Lottie Ixirliif 2) 2 K.) Hog ho Jr . wat tired b, Dick hlmore, Hie by M. linorr, Sired hv (!nmletin Wilkes. (Sire of :tl of t,..M.mllh heiv Atct.nderi Abdallth, Maid; he by Ky.dyk' llamlllonlan, tire 01 uejirr. In 2 :U) lis't, and full brother to The King he by Imp 2.2l), Mre f 12in2:U). UsedSuccessfullyiFiiteen Years. he by AbdalUh, he by Mambrmo, Yelser (diwn of MhUke lnt dnm dam wat by Medoc; d Dick lliee, hapten dam by t.lmore Jr 'nt lu.p. Di.rn.ede t my place 2 2ilJ, Don lrt'iuo CD 2 1"!, ( Jaleim Will arreit tliieaic, prevent Araiu. he,by teavonof the'.fle.h ...d iNJ wc,m..topcoush,lncre. 2 2m). I Mn l'iurro2'l I), and Iiltio Will make the prctent on the llu.lonville cent", per Tacke, Ti mllit from llu.lomlle. I2)2.1i, and Rranihun of Margaiot W. mi'r"ce-$0, $T7s'an4jo a,t and fcradhjidnllle Turnpike, hv liarmnl Cheif (slro of Ihtsil ..'pound can ia 5 "h l"tU Duke tne cheapen For .ale by pKNSV At $7 to Insure a Living Colt. 1IM. 2 !, and of dams of In tho 2.!I0 sutilord, Ky Dick Klmore.Jr, ha, prowd hlmtelf a fine 2d dam Jewell (Kraudnm of 5 belter breeder. . . v than 2:150 through Lady Yeher her only ; Leio retained en colt ior foul), by liiU'n Vermont (slro of Itouuer ue If mate t patted with f bred to armllur Itoy and of tlamsof twelve.) hone. lUCIIAKDDOWNr.V. ;td dam ltrown Kate, crundamof Yeiner KllubMrc, Catey C.,ky. IViy 2;2, by Hlack Jack (Iro of tho dnm of Amy 11. 2.21) nnd crandain ot Idol Bed bny, 10 '.hnn.l high. IbDO. Fonled 2:27J ) Season 50. : iv.ll 1. .....- - 1,. Villvnr klllL'. dold KlIIK. n. llll UIWIUVI Silver Queen nnd the great rtiow mare. K17TI1VKST DR. JOS. HAAS' & Poultry Remedy Si I''S" ROYAL KING. '- icn "' ... f. 1- - BARNES 21739. dam Mollio Motintz. Hv On Time. Silver King was burned in Hue s stable when fi venrs old. hired more good aadille lion--- , than any hore in Kentucky at the ri.iil Kim? wns bred to two mnres at 2 years old and got two colt- sno better in this country; mmj cam ii.un-- 1 Silver Oilmen. hllOM II - . ami mil.. .niij.i.j. iiiii.v r..r..l.f a great winner. Allie hv Hill Hue. was ('..educated Hy iMls iinmnim, refused owner Her iirc-cto down. 2,150 for her. ' Koal King win my sfuble, near Pink Cottage. 1st --..-- .. nl """ At$15 toInsurca' Living Colt. JOE i:. FAKH1S, Stitnfoid.lKy. Ihcord 2 1U. Illaik hore 3 yoais old, hands Sire of Littlo Doubtful (2)2 20 J Chestnut hoix? lottlwl May 22, lSbO. Siml by C. F. Clay (Sire ol 105 Sired by Nutwood 2.1b and tliednms of 13.) 1st dam Ella II. by Win. Wolch.ilU. 1st dam Lnlcr:i.H (dnm of Nulliiirt to 2.1 H, Kilstrton 2:32, and full 2d dam Kate by dills Vermont. C)ele 2:27). by Onward 2 25 J lir! of Of, :5d dam thoroiiRbted. ami in 2.l!) list, nnd of the ilmns of H.'i 111 Invt gramNiieof 11 In llio'J:S r. v nw ..nt 2d ilam IWIe Thorne. d.nuofCirrle'J 27 venr) by Caliban dam Soprano by Slrath (full hisler to Combal2 Hl, olre of llroun ! n. ..... in J is. Williams 2 21, Soudan 2:20 nnd ...., .v, more. Win. Wolclt y iiaunno. Warrant 2.2SJ, nml Krandnm of Nutliurst liiiniUmo and lM'dy 2.11 mid very ltarnu-tlsKdKertnu 2.1t2. by Hero of nvortl this Thorndale (sire of Alice Tylor 2:R0 and :l colt nnd rlioiiM make n fa3 other:1, and dnsns of 8.) full. Will make the mjmih at my place ;td Ahutillou (dam of Shackelford pike. miles from Stanford on the Danville f 2.:t5), Combat 2 10. and Kmnilaiu .50, and others), by At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Cosher 2WslKeiMdII 2.10. and IIItelmont othum, (lre of 1 1 1 1 n 5237. -t O . 1.ACKKY, VICTOR (Tne C scn-o- ii : HUGO. Chancy 1 Stanford, Ky. young Mallion wllljniake the Thi mile- from of 1WK1 nt my jilnce. Shelby ity, on the Knob Lick pike at 1 1 $12.50ito Insure a Living Colt. beautiful red porrel Victor Hugo i goes nil the gaif and is a regular Jim I)imdy nice one. lie was sired by Oilt Kt.Ri 2(U, be, by Second Jewel 18. Second Jewel a sir.tl hy Ciinninghnni'ri Jewel, be by old Denmark. (Jilt Kdge's dam was by Stonewall JarkMin. Victor Hugo's dam a by St hlmore, she by Loam's Gill, cho by IOiII'h Gill's Vermontjoiil of Anna J dam of I ac Pmil.l Money due when colt comes or mare . f.'ll !ll Willi, A...- parted ....!. .'mrr K,"", nr prices. Not icsponslble for reasonable asli-iiigl1 "P5 ft "" DOOR 01' A CABINET. lesson of which teach the world's :ause aim effect. ou... is assort v.. game , ;,, fcVC-f,.,ili..a . l.v MIIMMW whtnl, iiuvn ii wiiind li wherein all articles ire put winch are found lvimr about out of place and must be afterward redeemed. Such is the method adopted by ono young mother. TCvorv Mnmliiv lnorninir she irivestoeach of her children a row of pins. Every Saturday night sho gives each one a cent for every pin left in tho row. Sometimes1 debt is upon the other side and has! to bo paid off in another week, for every time any one needs a correction during those seven davs he has to present his mother with one of his pins. There is strict justice, and lino object teaching, all sweetened like a sugar coated pill. A middle aged woman told mo onco with tears in her eyes: "I never shall forget ono lesson that I learned when I was nothing but a baby. It was tho irrevocable consequences of a broken law. I was in the habit of straying off after school, and to bieak me of it my mother forbade my going outside tho gnte for a week. In that week camo n party, nnd parties were so rare in thoso days! Sho told mo afterward that bho never was so tempted to break her word. I bless her memory now thnt she did not break it. Yet, von see, I cry over my lost gayety Iltn H n.M.L. to this day." e brni'iy. ".' IIoiiitl . to this office. ,. Some , . f u"l!n'lu,",,"l,lm got it. Tho Ohio legislature lias passed a bill appropriating $00,000 for monument nt (.'hicknmauira. 'Tis well. Tho members of tho Ohio legislature are monuments .xour l.l themselves monuments of n mined, Hf'f'lllf'I.lN ,.. 1.1. 11.1 11. If 1V.l..... . .Mill nr., broken old fogyisin which has lost all on JUU tho battlefield of progress and now shelt-th- o Shelby City, Ky. era its shattered remnants in tho Ohio Cheif jcnuei !... cer in Kentucky ,hor. makini: him .,,',., legislature. I shall never again feel proud U Jhr'ttw. .JV.nU.eworUim l.- -l to tell the namoof my native state till her will, inruiy ne, : vote by which ual, 11 c'" lawmakers rescind that he hat no m.uro a livms Vn,,.i"lJilhe.Monof they havo refused to grant school suffrage ,..., Standard, Keijittertd. colt. . women, .donuinentsi Great bcotti to J. Tom Curtit itt dam bv Jce 1'Mlpf kis jachj.nu S1RKD HV GAMHE'llA WILKI.S j dam by Hlatk herdambySai.i:ll..lpfjack, .d If you have grit and perseverance, you Kullbrotherlto'lhe Ku-- a ay., cannot fail. Choose your undertaking lit dam Daityfieldagesrandam of Alice Wilktor Sampton by Knfiild j ao ira at aearof according to your best common sense BOUKIION J dam. Quick.tep. ,by Kentucky by Old and stick to it. Yon are bound to win. Itobtiiaa4. of J tj i tj'i ; 3d Prince Jr.. tit? Sired by old H.iurbon Chief v. hf pedlcree i. giv of dam of J '7',' More than 20,000 women voted at the Joe. tire- Hay colt, foaled April to, 8. Out or .nalwve. lli..lamv.a. Illark Jeiinttt, the wa. Note Walker' C.ttllltan and ,.. ...... municipal elections in Kansas City this Enfield mate Cinmbetta Wllte. pro.luie.1 2 . ', t ...ed by., jack by1,.Ja.ot,n. l.i.i. who wat out ol 11... Oamb)tn 3, i, 7 vote! and 3 io, Hahlela40, tiV, spring. But women 'don't want to a jennet by lllack Sampton llolhjackt wlll.taii.lat Uaiumon4, t I . :?" '"' "'" ""vu """ , I I ".,,' others 1. by Ited Jacket (sire of the dams of Kentucky Wilko2 21 1; and MndUou , ,v;o :jor. f WiUes 2 221. and of Kraiidams Ik.o Chat.cey M 2.17, and of lted Wilkes 2 10. iro of b2 1. fine .addle lable el the will make the ioon.f is.i at the Hubble, ttoie ill the 2 .10 list.) Seaon foil. .t mile .m l.n. ,ofturn pike .and w.ll.M-.vl on the Ku.h llranch marctat 1777. I record 2.20 Colt 4 Months Old. $10 toInsure ItniMii hoie, foaled 1S.S7, sired by I .11 11 Chancey Denmark, 6 it a bay horse fire of Nutwood 2 IS, and II ?,. others, and of dams of 17 in tho 2:30 list. ' t hand. bieii. old Stenewall Jackwu ,me. dam by 'mr'e 'l! 1st dam Moiia Wilkes (ibtm of OcorKe cfi:.l.iar. '!, anvldr" .addle .tallion. We have jearllnKt and Willis i ) bv (ieoro Wilkes hire c.n be .cell any time. irt f on our (rm. Clfancey Denmark l.tound without .'. blen.i.li of 7S In the 2 .10 list, and ditms of (VS. 2d dam Uiiiiilettiu(dHiuof Starller2.28, ou him ami randam of Georije Willis 2:251 ), by and Hamlet 2.2(5 (hire of Lcontine 2 ! o others, icnl of the dams of 21 ). with He It a coal Mack jack. lH handt hlSh Kentucky 'M dam .Ml una (dam of llx,r.c. out . hoet. heavy tidy and Rood fitie.l jack in the Wilkes . ' I and Kran.lnm of 7 others, and llet. by llourbon Chief, the the dam and randum of four sires that r,..rM tljortAOi. HmolIV Her- - have representatives In the 2.150 list), by dam by In,,,. li Tp HcrJulet, and hi. ,1 Itep Jacket (slro of the dam of Kentucky dam w. by MiarleTo. Ihiurbon I euua ista a" Imp NapoU"" d. ad dam by Kta w. ..red Wilkes 2:21 and Madhon Wilkes ' I ".in by li ,p Ca.ti1.un. Hrna and of Knindinii of So So 2:171 and lted 2. 10, mio of 82 in 2.510 list. by Imp wir.ior, wihih .. Wilkes Denmark, ""'"' Id d.'iin Minna (the dam of Kentucky Wilkes 2 21 J. Madison Wilkc 2.22, and Krandamo( Llrie Wilkes 2 22, and 0 tuid of ilmiiis of 17 I GEORGE WILLIS 1 lkd-mon- t, fi"i '"ft 2.-2- vmm "Xly (OTcnriPics t "."',,,.. - $25 to Insure. GALTON 12910. HAPPY HAY I7807. Record! 11 and 20 f Jlo Kir.'.l lie llatmv Mciliilni. ' .".! st... dain of HI. Maiu Cobb 2 S2 others, and of Oh, no! . ' nuin point, the other in n rublcr bulb. She lights a small spirit lamp, holds the point to tho flame and with the left hand compresses the bulb and works it to send the.benzino vapor through the tube. In Sho ex- rt jntnute the point is redhot. tinguishes her lamp and keeps the point redhot by continually compressing tho bulb in her loft hand, while sho traces the design with her right. It is at first no easy matter to do two (liffert'iit things ut the same time, but a littlo practice soon reduces this to a mechanical movement, just as one may Two hundred women are practicing A southern young lady, Miss Anna Yokuni, was graduated from tho Alabama College of Dentistry at its lato commencement nnd was valedictorian of her class. Mrs. C. II. Green is secretary of the Society of Cliff Dweller Arclucology of Society (Jlrls In lluainciia. America and has proved her right to Two of the society girls of Now York-ar- her office by tho discovery of an ancient said to be starting n milliner shop. piece of cliff pottery designed after tho It is probably not tho fact, but why pattern of u Maltese cross. bhould they not? English noblemen run No wonder there is trouble in Frnnce. cab companies; English ladies of title A ieoplo to benighted that they allow are reported to bo the financial backers no woman to witness a legal document of milliner and dressmaking establish-mentinnd no wife to possess her own earnings The difference would be that, cannot be expected to maintain a stable while it is clear business with tho Brit- republic. They have not intelligence ish noblo cabmen nnd milliners, tho enough. American socieiy girls would take up MissSophronisba Breckinridge, daughemployment as a mero fad. ter of tho silver tongued orator of Kentucky, will practice law. Sho has alMiss Ellen E. Kenyon, doctor of peda- ready been admitted to the bar with tho gogy, is assistant editor of the New distinguished father. In Journal. Dr. Kenyon is a bril- approval of her distin- this mutter Congressman Breckinridge liant little woman who made a to some of the guished success as teacher and education affords n shining contrast life in Wash- oecamo fathers who are in official al writer and lecturer bitfore ihe J inyton. Ki.l7A AUCHAKD COXN7B. rn editor. dentistry in this country. ALCAN! WILKE nn-iiu..1 1 - s. York-Scho- 1st dam dam of Hanpv Day 2 2UJ, bv Nutwood 2 18, hiro of K(T in :t011st and of thiins of III 4d-- m 2nd dam Noonday, dam of Darkiii-h- t 2 5581 and I'nstimu 2 27, Kraiitlamof Hap. (ninj-Ir2 2 'J(5 nml py Day 2 20 Coii.iieror 1 Kreat j;randai;i of (iuerila 2 10 and Gam-holi2 25 by St. Elmo 2 30, hire of tlnuiH S. STAN PS AT lis $10 to Insure Colt 4 Months Old. of lid dam Midnight ilam of Jav.KynScu For lack colt fjo, jennet $10. Iloth jackt hac 2 10 trottiiiK 2 0(1 paring, Noontiilo 2 . proved fine brcedert be duo in all cae wlieiu lleauuiont 2 5501 and Kleetiieilv 2 17 20 J by Ihe temcefee will out ol mri are partedi with or goet by u, athe country Pilot, Jr., sire of John Morgan 2 21 and 7 lien retainHred at Wanner Stock Farm, Mathall, Mich. when tuch lact a.certalne.l others and of dams of Jilt. Rich bay atalliou, is hnJ, tcaiea in 197, ed ii.i all colli until teatoli fe It pild Itli dnm Twilight, by Lexington, slro I uy Kecoruer 4o;a, ton rea.onablo rate. 719, ui Slici Mate and jennet, kept at record 3 3 the beat ion of (leorse Willci, lit Cure taken It, pievent accident, but not reipotiM of the dam of Nora Templo 2 27. mrpartdam l.ady PrinBle.l.y AliOaliaiit-neu.n- v occur. 5th dnni Daylight, by Imp. Glencoo beauty. on of Vimnc bie.hould.ny 1R0S a i illnh i he liv SJJERWOOI1 siro of Iowa, slio of tho tiam of Envoy I'minriii. a lunch Can.dluu horte! d dnm HUck 2 28. $15 to Insure. Anne, by Star of the Vet t66. reccrd i 26, Alcantara led all hone in tiring a to performer of 1890, putting 3J new onct in the Tut. '1 his ! 7812. unequalled (Heeord 2 20J.) Kecorder, tire ot three In a join 1893, by Alcantara; dam by Garrard Cheif; ad dam by Norman Half brother to Jeannlo C 2:22. Jr. Stand at Sjilcntliil Hay Clytlcilulo Stiilllnn will Sired by Gmnbctta Wilkes, sire of 511 in INSURE a:MVE COII $,0 TO htmul at 2:550 liht. THE SADDLE STALLION, Ut dam Delilah (dam of Jeanio C. 2:22, Gamhruuo 2:.1 J and Clumeiitino 2.518, and grnudam of Cecilian 2:28, Gillillan , 2:550 hikI Inzia 2, by Administrator 2 20 J. fiiro of Catchlly 2:18 and 12 others Regi.tcred. HredbyW, K Owiley, llurktville, Squirrel Ky. Sired by lied nnd of tho dams of 551. lit dam T 34. by Endor ij, by King Denmark, 2 dam Mary Elmore, dam of Cleveland by Sjar Denmark 7IJ ad dam Dott, by Gray Lex- Two niiiBiilliccntly brwl Jacks will iiiuko 2.28) and grumbim of Jeannlo O. ington, &c tliu bcason at Sire and dam of Gerrymander are lrfth gradGambriino 2:201, nnd Taras 2:518, by Mnm-brinuated at the Lexington Fair, an honor but few slro of Tom llrittou 2:20 and Sadie to, Ue won hone in Kentucky can lay claim fir.thonorsat.everalof the blgge.t lair in the llown 2:0, ami too uams ni two. old form. Stand, at 55d dam by Star Davib, hiro of tlio Slate in hi. three-yea- r Call and sco tliciu before you brct-dam or Dick Taylor 2 '4 1. A ILIVE COLT. $15 IO INSURE J. W. OIVEKS, your nmrcs. w m uniiii Ithdamby Ilrown Pilot, kiio of McKinnyy, Ky. dam of iiosaliud 2 21 , $15 to Insure. the Huttonvllle, Ky. s CHIEF ' el er 1 - CLEVELAND, GAMKRUNO Gerrymander 235. $8 to Insure a Living Colt. ... TWO JACKS. 2-'- " $S to Insure a Living Colt. o, wraxmsi t.jr.rjA A g"ijt ,pf' -- . -" ' w? Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal SOREAMBB high. Fine taddle ttallipn, foaled May 15 1888. Sired by the well known aacldlc atallion Screamer, ht by a noted Denmark horte Firtt dam tir a Second (till, id dam br Logan's Uill.Ild dam by bill's Vermont. Uld Screamer in hU day and time wa a Till thow horte and hat produced a fine tot of tadde Thlt younif ttalllon hat n few coining horte yearling that atu w fine aaddlo qtiallliet and are good one. Screamer will make Inn teaton ol i&jal the ttable of hit owner on the Di Kiver and Gairaid County turnpike, near Uuddcrar'a Mill, A mahogany bay, Mack inane ami tail, 16 hanJa llay hone, foaled i8jo sired by Jake 15567, record a:ajK. 11 dam Lady, by Mclrote Wilkpi 5139. Standard. ad dam, Mag, R by llaltura 1014, tiro of Roslta, Krntucklan, a:x;!4 and of the dams of :i" Hay stallion isK hand high, foaled 1SS7; tired Balaorn Wilket, s:l7!4; Ki mucky Union, 13) a!i3'-by I'elotker, aire King 'lotkey a:i5? Mary DoraMartin 1:10; at Palony, 112: Uonaventuin, a'i8) and Winston, a;i9; Ncllio O'Neal by George Wilket aire of Harry vveart.cld; Jake tired by Messenger Chief 185, tire of 17 Wilket a:ijK; Ouy Wlllca aisK: with three, three year o'dt with record under a'ao, 1'etotky a and of the dam ol 5 in the v Int. Melroae Wilkct tired by Red Wilket, tiro of 83 Iron Cadmus; ad ilam Catlmua at dam, Fannie by and of the dam of 15 ill the 7.30 list by American Jtclipie; id dam by Brown's Raltora tired by Abdallah 15, who hat fully Vc tat dam Rltaa Jane, dam o( Maud jd dim. Kittle Rivers, by Alex 3,000 detcendantt in the a: to lut. Metsenuera-iMf- t Col. II. v. will make thr toaton of 1S03 at our niuler'a Abdallah, aire of Goldsmith Maid rvcord of Stanlord, on the Logana place a miles norlh-eaa 14; )d dam Hcil Jacket, &c make, the teaton of 1803 creek and Dlx River Turnpike, Breeic Wllke will pliue, V$ mile from Stanford on tlio Kuih my llianch pike al Oolt. to ! Breeze : Wilkes. COX. B. W. 20128. The Lincoln Stock Farm, DILLARD DENMARK J. P. CROW, Proprietor, 3 This finely bred stddle ttallion will make the neaton of 1893 a: Couk't Spring't, 2 miles Katt of Stanlord, al a:H: McKINNEY, - - KENTUCKY. I? $12.50 to Insure a LivingColt. Money due when colt Is foaled mares parted with or bred to another hoite. l'atturage lurnithed marcs at 5. per month; will not be responsible for accident thould any occur. Uillard Denmark was sired by Double Denmark he by Montroe, he by Diamond, be by Garnet' Denmark he hvthegreM race horse. Denmark lit dam by Wa.hinfcton Denmark, ad dam by John Dillard, 3d dam lit Grey Kagle (thorough bred) Double Denmark! dam Nellie, wat by Wathington Denmark, id dam by Shropthire't Tom II nl Dillard Denmark It a bcautilul dark sorrel three white tcet, heavy mane and tail, 16 hands high, he has ptoven himsclfa breeder of large, handtome movers. This it a fine horse if he had no pedigree. Hut we do not hesitate to tay he It one of, if not tho heit bred saddle horse iu he country. Runs through premium saddlers and thoroughbreds oa both tides. All kinds of p!an for sate in season. J. F. COOK. Rowland Ky. tl At $10 Insure a Living W. K. A-- fmont C jwaw .And. O.'k1 At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. 1 $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. If mare i parted with money colt until money it paid i duo. Lein on K.C. GAINF.S, Stanford, Ky will al the tame time and year-ol- d jack, 1 1 ice stand my 5 CHARLES DUNN. At IS for a mirrand S4 fur a horte.to tnture a liv ing oolt money due 011 all MMioni when colta come. II maret are traded oil or removed I rum tne without aatitfving tne lhat they are not In loal. teaton becomes due. Lieu retained on colt Standard, No. till money U paid. Addreia neign-boho- AW iaranB3R"sr O. M. SPOONAMORE, Rowland, Ky HAUr.ll.MAN. J.S DAUullMAN. BRYAN 6480. HY Mr.TROI'OLITAN i3; Son ol Rytdjk'a Hamiltoiilan. Dam JOKTTK STJ3VC.a, wwwffim. fsmm&m iwmm. THE SILVER KING. 713 liar Stallion, UiS. 16 hand; foaled SIRED HYS1XVEK KING d tSouol On Time,, firtt dam by Limber Jim; dam by Ol t Drennon. Thlt haudtome tad make the teaton of 18 Mat the S. die tulllou will O lltugliman place, five milet fiom Danville on tho new Lancatter turnpile, at tec-on- Central Park, Danville. GAMHONITO 8419. Kace record 3:34 $10 to Inauro a Living Oolt. We ill alto 5th heat. Foiled 188; lltack ttand the d SircUby IS A Mil KIT A WILKES. (Sire of ji in a 30 at 10 yeart ) llatil Duke dam Maud, by Garrard Chief a:iltf and of the tlamt of Don I'lxarru (3) il)f, Don jit by Mamhrino Lnwric 17.. I.otile j 16);, Galetiaa () Nell, by an of Hilly Holer a 14, by Chlrl Coldam beau, tire of 6 producing damt. j dam by licit' torktturt thoroughbred. In ottering Gambonilo't lervlcet we believe that ehatoin him the BEST INDIVIDUAL, the HKSr OA1TKI), BEST TKMI'EKhl) and at 11 hat provGOOD A RACKIIOKSKatllvtt. en hiuittll an etcellcnl breeder, Thefirtl colt of tut gtt wat handled latt teaton al a voir old, and trotted quartan early In June in 4 tecoiida, and at then turned out until fall and handled about a month and could trot quartert late in the fall in 1 Hone, 16 hind 1 (irol BLACK JACK, SMITH, 15.1 handt h'h, by I'roclor Knoll at $0 to Inuuro a Ltvtnir Colt. Marrs kept at reaionable ratet at ower'a rltk, HAUGIIMAN IIHOS., Danville, Ky. liy ULOOD CHKIF701 Sire of Kannle Robinton, .iof Metropolitan by Ryviyk't Ilamillonian. dam Hyacinth by Volunteer, t'lira, dam of Dexterand Dictator, by jerly't American Star. Metropolian iocknowlidged by all to be unw of the beat, nnd by many the very'bctl, bred ttallion ever foaled. Hit lull titter, Reiua Victoria, told at the Mc Kerran Sale lor 7 .15, the highett price at a public tale Two eer paid for a brood-mar- e filllet by Metropolitan, neither of which were eter hcoked tingle, told at public tale for $1,31;, averaging $ 50. Illood Chlel, by lllood'a lltack Hawk; dam Mlt Duncan by .cott'a Highlander; gramlnm by Aratut; id dam by Tnnoleon. Illood Chief tired WooIpv Tim a to. Fannie Robinton no'., and Chief J Ji lllood'a lilack Hawk tired the damt of on Arnim 3 ir)'4 and Alinnnt. Jr , a a6, and gran-daof llelle llraifield t.ta ami I'rotlcne 1.18. llryau it a beautiful bay, foaled June 7th, 1ES4. He will make Iheprctent teaton 1893 atMorctand a noithof lliistonvllle, on the Danville tand Iluttontille pike, m m-l- NAIOI'H 1 74-- 1(0 KB, EUEEKACHIEF Ulack stallion; 16 handt ht(h; withcut white! At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. He is a ture foal getter and a line breeder, Lein retained on colt for teaton money, maret bred 10 another horte or traded o(T make teaton money due. W.8. WIOHAM, Moreland. Ky. Denmark Chief. Denmark. Chief will male tho prcienl teaton at . jftocondt. We male the price for hit tervicet to anybody can areed to him (35 tolnture.or JJ5 the teaton, He it a nice bay, ij handt jV Inchet high, lour cuh at limit of terrier. He taddlc well, but hat not been We will handle ttveral ol hit gel thlt aeoton. veart old. We Invite you to call and tec Gambonito and hit trained. He It by llutchinton Chief, No IKIO, ry Mt.icnier Chief. llutchinton Chief firtt but not produce. Care to prevent accident, thould any occur. Mate kept at tea dam by Sentinel: id lam bv Aleiander'a Abdal lah: id dara liy Red Jacket. Mrttenfcr Chief nabtt ratei Mambnno Met nt dam We will handle trotlert and taddltr at reason-abl- e by Abdallah r'llot: MambrinobyChief, jd dam by ratet. For lurlher particular! call oa or ad tenger, d dam by Imp, Napoleon, WM. M. KUF. U SON. dret Denmark Chleft lit dam wat tired by Sumpter Danville, Ky, 61. Denmark, he by Ooddard't Denmark, he by $8 to IiiNtirc a Living Colt DXHJ.CTZD 13946, Will make the f eaton of 1893 at "Maplet" the old home of Arthur Sim and wyandott Standnril Rule 0. Record U.21J, mado in third heat in rare at Kvansville, Ind. Has trotted miles in Will remain in stud till June let and then go back '.':!!); will go in 2:15 this season. in training. Sired hy Wnlsingham 2160, (&ire of Latitude 2:10 and Tor 8 others in the lNt.) 1 diuiiTin-c- l by Messenger Duroc 100, son of Namlltonian and sire of El aine 2:20, the dam of Norlaine, j'earling record;2:31 . 2 dam llcss Sister to James Howell, Jr., by Hamiltoninn 10, sire of Dex ter i: . 3 dam Jussie Sayre. .by Harry Clay 43, .irc of the dams of St. Julien 2:114, Bodine J:VJ, ami l'J more unit liavo iroiluccil J:;U trotters; also siro of tho dam of Electioneer, siro of 50 in the 2:30 list. by Liberty, sou of Lance, by American Eclipse. 4 dam WaWngham 21Gtl, siro of Naboth, is one of the youngest song of George Wilkes 511., record 2:22, who sired Harry Wilkes Guy Wilkes 2:15, Mike Wilkes 2:15J, Wilcox 2:10, and 02 othcra in 2:30 list; also 41 producing sons and 19 producing daughters. Note. Naboth is a bay horse, 10 hands high, foaled June 28, 1888. His pedigree contains Ihe blood of Hamhletonian, George Wilkes, Mambrino Chief, Pilot, Jr., and Harry Clay. $40 to insure a living colt. At $20 to Insure. t.i, Saddle Stallion. Hay horse, 15 bads high, 3 white feet, heavy inaue and;tail, style and action. Sired by Woodford Denmark. 1 dam by King William. 2 dam by Goddard's Sumpter Denmark. 3 dam a thoroughbred. $15 to Insure a living colt. T Eureka, by that great thow ttallion, Coleman' t Eureka; uam hy Jonet Crockett by Scott's Crockett son of Davy Crockett. Illood Cheil Jr.. by Blood Cheif 79a; 1st dam Lizzie Gauh, by Washington Denmark; ad dam Old Jennie, by Robert Ilruce (thoroughbred). Coleman's Eureka, the grandsire of Kureki Young's Morgan dam by IJojtoa & Chelf, wxr-bEitrfka Cbeif is n worthy rcpreaentatlve ot a horte that founced as great a family of saddle horses at any stallion that ever made a seaton in Coleman's Kentucky, via: Coleman's Eureka. Eureka wai never beaten in saddle and combined rings, and he imparted to his get size, color, style and finish. EureVa, though a young horse, has won about 50 blue ribbons at Kentucky Fairs. Eureka Cheif has never been shown, was not broken to saddle until latt year; but judging from his size, style, color and action, we predict for him the same success that hat attended his sire and grandsire in show rinji. Hit dam Mag, by Illood Cheif Jr., wat a winner In all clatses and by a horse that never tired a mean one. This horse is bred right t? sire horses that will command the attention nf all Intelligent horsemen. He is good individually and can show for himself in any com nany. Will make the season if 1893 at Adam Pence place, one mile from Stanford, Ky., en flno Hustonville and Stanford pike, at foaled I&S3. SIKKD HY KUREKA. Son of Coleman's Eureka. 1st dam Mag by Illood Chief Jr., son of Blood Chief 79J. ad dam by Goodwood, son of Lexington, the fcutider ot the. great family of race hortet. $15 to Insure a Living Colt. Silas M, Lein retained on colt for aervice fee. Directed G-ttJkJDl13945, wat tired by Director loto, record a'i7; lit dam Fanny Wilket. by George Wllke 319, record 1 it; ad dam Kan ;dam of KateSprague I.il Seal brown stallion, 15J bands high, foaled 1 885: bred by George W. Carico, Terra Snrairue J.37W, Ac), by Lance, ten of Flying ' Haute, Ind. Cromwell' Denmark, he by the race Morgan; jd dam Queen, by Genera! Clifford; 4th Calnct k Hit ad dam Farny, byCnanccllar; 3th dam by American SIRED I1Y KED WILKES 1719. boric Denmark, he by Imp. Iledgeford dam wat by On Time, 3d cam by Red Lion. Kclipte. D by Bolt. Directed I ij handt, i inchet high; he it 1 dam Nellie I will altotland at lame place my fine mule Jack magnificently built and aplendidly proportioned; 2 dam Lucy by Coppcrbottom. deep through the heart, ahorl back, long body, Ked Wilkes 1749 (sire of Red llelle 2:11J. Prince Wilkes 2:143, Allie Wilkes 2:15, thort from knee to ground, thort from hock down, fine loin, hip and ttiful, nice mane and tail Crow Phil Thompson 2:10, nml S3 others in 2:30, eleven in 2:20; 23 in 1891) by George Standard. II red by Onirics Dunn. e black, ipleudld eye, and intelligent countenance, Hy Hubble' I'rlnce, the tire of Rngnoli and ackburn, SIKKD KY ONWAItl) CI1IKF41U3. licit beyond any doubt a born trotUr. A aon of Wilkes 519; 1 dam Queen Dido by Mambrino Chief 11. etc. the great Director a.17, the only horte lhat ever Bolt, by Alexanders's Abdallah 15 (sire of Almont, Belmont, etc) 1 dam by Grey ulrcof l!) Hy Onwnnl Mil, rcconl licd with a record at Rood a ail, lhat ha tired Eagle. two with record! better than u Hut the power j:W Iit, nUu 17 producing hoiu hikI 10 in Mare parted ith forfeit the Insurance. 10 beget eatreme tpeed it the birth right of Dl Grady Wilkes is by ono of the greatest living sires, is kind and gentle nnd has fre(laugliliTh. jirfMlucln rector, having tired Direct ,p) j.04, who haa quently shown a 2:30 gait. Will make the season at I.. D. C.ARNKR, to insure a living colt. won 1.18,157 jo; Margaret S.,iu(i, winning! Jao,-t-lv Hulchin-hon'- s lUtn IjiiIv Crab Orchard, Ky. Kvangeline 4 yrtj a:ilj, who haa won Chctf lOl'JO; 'Jd tlnrn Kllw June, M.aaoand Directum (3yrt) a'nJi, wlnninjt $u.- (ilnniof Mnml MoMomrtT - 101. .MurH'J.'l") tS7 311, making a total 01 109,433 for the quar- by (tcntlu Jlrcf7u Sl.'iO, ulre of l'cnrl iciie. I'irccior anu nit gri nave won altogether Saddle Stallion. By Silver King and out of 11 Gray Eagle mare. He is a band WILKES, SANDIDGE& HUSTON. Stanlord, Ky. King Histon. Sandidce. ONWARD MESSENGER. 2M, JEB 'J4 :- -: STUART. i, 3, PRINCE, JR., Dark Jeb Stuart, sire of Kilty Patchen a a 30, is a black horte, nett ai and Out-Cro- At S8 to Insure. Jt s; SI6 Ac; Jtclmont, Ac; 4tb ilitmbv IM Jncktil, sire of llio ibttn of Kontneky Wilkes T2l. .MnilUoii Wilkos 2'JSJ nml grantlnm of Itel Wilkw, So Ho 2 17J, I.Uxio Wilkes -.'- tlani Kilty Hivvn, tlain of Hcrtle 'ilrl 'JU7, by AlMlnllah l', hire of Almoin, !M 20, SEASON OP 1893. Jiu.7j;j. 9 T. IX. Iancatter, Ky. A. ELK some dark gray and a lino show horao. Will stand at $10 to insure a living colt. I also have Four Fine that will ftand at $10 to Insure. Stable two miles south of Huston villo on Moreland and Carpenter's Station pike. Jacks hands high, sired by Mambrino Patchen, 58) First dam Puts Prall, dam of Lottie Prall a -Lady Stout a 19, Black Diamond 3 ag and five producing sons and three producing daughters, liy Mark Time, ad dam Cora, by Daniel Webster. In color, size, style, finish and especially in his legs aud feet ho is the counterpart of the old horse and like his sire, he imparts his superb finish to bis colts. Jtb Stuart is a full brother to Mambiino Time, that, age considered, it the greatest brood mare tire yet before the public, his daughters having and the already produced 15 from a t6 to 2 oldest but eight yeart old. Jeb Stuart will make the season of 1893 at Dud derar's Mill. 4 miles north of Stanford, on Dia River, at $20 the Soaaon, or 19-- LEXINGTON DENMARK, JJ J. K. BAUQHMAN. Hustonville, Ky. $30 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when coll comes sr mare sold or bred to another hor?e. For further tnlormation address S K. DUDDERAR & HRO., Gilberts Creek, Ky. 1 '-,!, heavy innnc nntl tail, with llay Coinliincil Stallion ut SI hlu, Piylo ami llnl.li. ami rt'prusontin The 11 Living Colt. mjiiio of tin bcH UDltliiK fninllicH in the vrholo country. Shoiihl tnitko n roal Mock home. AS ill nmko :t chort hcivson nt our tahlc 'JJ inlh- - west of Stnnfonl, nt Ac lioi. 5 t Insure "iaii'a'riSaHr-"- - EMPEROR 27. nnd Hegistcreil Jennet Jack for Mtili1 nnd Jcnni't Colts', ami &lTOo JIMCTATOB STANDARD, 18S4; Ihe Magnificently Bred Saddle Stallion, $12.50 to Insure a Mare in Foal. TlioStandnrd At Biimn jilacu a nt LARGE 3IUJLE JACK, At 110 to insure J. A. AS. T. HAKIMS. 7 SI5 S25 for Jacks, SENTINEL 21479 ItECORD . lilack Stallion; Foaled in loj hands high. EAGLE BIRD Will make the present season at tho stable of his owner, two miles west of Stanford, on tho Shelby City pike, at the low price of Same Terms. Ped- For Full lX"criplon and Intended igree call on or address, 7 tnnfonl, ICy. I. S. TEVIS, (Xear) Shelby City, Ky. Wed&'ewood 436. Thlt fne taddlc atallion will make the teaton ol ifcjj al my ttable one mile wctt nf McCormacLt Church eu the Knob I.tck, McCormacka Church and rurnciivillc turnpike road, Lincoln Co , Ky, al $3 the Gci:cn, Colt GILT EDGE 261. Kegittcrcd er $10 to In:uro a Llri Four Uonths Old. Ky Second Jewel 48. Which wat mado with but little handling-Sire of Jay Kyo See 2:10, Phallas 2:10J. Director 2:17 and 3S others in the 2:30 Sentinel air.; wat tired by Almont Sentinel, by Sentinel, ho by Hamhletonian 10 list, and grand biro of Direct 2:0(1, Nancy Hanks 2:0 1. Lockhart 2:14 J, nnd Dl! others Mtdan by bhalctpe,irc;d dam by Long't Ilamin tho 2:!10 list. Dictator by Htiinbletotiian (hire of Electioneer, George Wilkes, Dexillonian; id dam a thorouKhbriil. Sentinel aiayy It a heautilul dark bay, 16 handt ter, etc.) dam Clara!(damof Dexter 2:17, Alum 2:28 j and Astoria 2:21) J) by Ameri-ca- n high, heavy rcaue and tail and pronounced by Star 14 (sire of the dams of Guy 2:12, Robert McGregor 2:17A, etc.)" competent judict to be Ihe handtomett horte in Kentucky. 1 dam Alice. . . .by Almoin 33, record 2:3Dj, by Abdallah 13 (sire of Goldsmith Maid In tcloctinga ttallioti I endeavored to et one 2:14, and Belmont, sire of Nutwood 2:lSj) dam by Mambrino with a gentle disposition, combined with aire, form, fine aquare trotting action, tpeed and Chief 11, out of a daughter of Pilot. J r (siro of thediun'of merit aa well at pedigree. As a tiro I am Maud S. 2.0Si). Almont .sired 50 in the 2:30 list. tatitfied that his tiucrtt it attured, at he has tome s very prommug two-- t that I am sure will 2 dam bv Norman 23 (sire of I.ula 2;1 1 J, Mav Queen 2:20, of tho dams of go in the 30 lltt this year. of them were Norval 2:17, Fanny Robinson 2:20'l, Norman Medium 2:20, etc.) told at the Lexington talot thlt year and brought good pricet. by Morse Horse C;"lst dam Sloctim mare, byMugniiin Bonuin. Sentinel Jl(?) will mike ihp teaton ol 199) at my ttabloal McKicncy, Young Twyman mare, by Cocur tie Leon (Hevis). 3 dam Sirod by Dictator 113. $15 to Insure a Living Colt, $15. As a unilorm action as any horse In Kentucky breeder of high styled, high finished, fine colored surpassed by any horse within our colts he it not knowledge. He wat tired by the gielt King Eagle, (winner of more than 40 premiums. Kii'i dam by Star Eagle, best ton of Cabbell's Lexington.) ad dam by Hamlet Denmark, (son of Washington Denmark 3d dam by Harris' Denmark, (son of Miller's Denmark. King Eagle was never beaten in the model ring by horse, mare or gelding. Sired by lilack Eagle, sire of Black Squirrel, itt dam the dam of Mark Diamond and Monte Christo) by Bhck William. Cure will be taken to prevent neddents, but not responsible thould any occur. Parting with mare positively forfeits insurance. Grass furnbhed at $a per month hat a fine mane and tall, with as much style and Eagle Bird It a dark brown, full 16 hands. He ... inili-tldu- ear-old- To L Colt itindinj cooil until teaton lunnoy it paia, marc parted v.lh or removed from Co., lorlellt inturaoie money. DiKription and rcdigree. handt lush, heavy uijiic He m a dark bay :u and tail, very tuioothe, even turned hone jii I., all the fancy aaddle. Kaitt which he tranta.lU , . I II wattired by Secoita icreal unllormity. I. oy ewcl Denmark (Cunningham) S.heby old Wathlncton Denmark 64 al dam l.illio Denmark lred by old Stonewall k Jackaon 7 J, he by old Washington Sa, dan Crutiader .tc; Jd Ja.a wat tired by Rille'a Clencoe, ho by I - o encoo y tho 3d dam wat am dama thoroughbred Kreat old Tom Hal and out of a Coppci. t.iiu.tad-die KcaluioK the great demand for a tut! v.ata ttallioti I have taken great paint tc crott Ihit I respectfully Invite the impcction and horto and patronage iifevtry one withtni; to bred to a hurte helongitiK to the mott opiiiar and faihioniiblc bred lamiiiet of hit claat, a ho crottet back to tho acknowledged foundation taddle itraint. Maret kept any way on liberal term, but not retpontible for any accident! thould any occur. n, Jin by Old Stonewall Jnckton. 1 f.incy taddle tuition will make the seatcn mile from MilledgpIIIe, Oi 183 at our ttable ' hlanlord and .Mil Lincoln county, Ky , oil It-1. tcarcity of money, tedgctille pike Owl in; I we will ttand nun At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when colt atandt up and sucks, mare parted wlih or bred to another hone. (iratt lurnithed at Piper month. Not retponsi- utc iur uiciueuis tuoum any occur. 4 dam Old Twyman mare, (untraced). 1S9;1 Gcorgo Dictator will make the season of nt GKOHOKK.AI.KORD, 9 w BEASLBY BROS. Stanford, Ky. mo. ty due when lh c.ll cent. rrirare art d SIrod by Mambrino Lo Grand,90, (son of Washington Denmark.) witn. Maret grazed "I led at natcnable price. Not tcDontlblforiiLcidinu tbould nil v occur. 1 dam Black Silk by Yellow Jacket 112. Gill Kdge It a Usui fill red tcnel llaaymane and tail, 15 handt nchct hlgn wat to.ileu sept. hands high. by Drennon. 15 2 dam sEL .NuatSItNTOMAUDo 6, 18)6, and it a prrtcci taddle hcrtc. nr.d tcok Gill Kdge wat nhowedaa suit jiy u.e-Se- eMoqucttcNutwood and half brotner to dam. Hy SUMPTER DENMARK, JR.; he by Godby Highlander. tho tweepttake premium at Kirktville nnet Dan tnctlam ot c'latnpion a:io; dard's Denmark, he by Gaines & Cromwell's Denvlllnund In hit own rine at liarrodtoure. Ihost ttallion tecord ) and the aire ot the Uam ct Hell vara, are 108)4,31.001 11c damt of three 0th.1t wtuiccuru who want to bleed to a good taddle ttallion oj Grand has been a very successful show horse, having never been beaten in a mark, ho by the race horse Denmark, he by Imp. cordii..y invited to look at our horao aud tec him of a 19, a: ( and a'loW all made in it'ra. Hedgeford. 1 Kmctton I.. It a olid bhtck, 1 tiandsn. ..aim bhow ring. Is perfectly kind and gentle and is a No. breeder. mail . 1 dam Fannie Wallace, No 36, by Sir Wallace, by Cunning weight iioo lot., r.ndU a ttallion tnat u ur i.e at tired by Second Jewel, ho Denmark he by Ibdhunter's Sir Wallace, he by Will stand at ham's .jewel, he liy old Nvniniugton himself, liy hrncitcn 130, the cwmrl.c r !l,un IO tc insure a living colt. I aUo have Mr Aioert (tnorougnDreu.) Hit lirat dam Minnie oy McDonald's llalcorn. of hit day. nt dam by Uodoc, . I 1, 1 ,, id I Second dam by Weilt vrutader, hit ut dambr dam tla.i by Vlrginiut dam of VI rginiusbyTran- J. M.CARTER, JR., Stonewall Jackton, h by WathitiKton Detnnark, mre ot Pilot Jr., aire ot the ttis sc.llsMaud.., ,xy. Eye-Seby, (thoroughbred) he bv Mison'a and Nutwood, re ticntally Shelby City Ky he by lilack Denmark, hla tat dao by Ctlliadcr kind, good tire, fine style, having picuuicd some nip. he by Old Whip, ad dam a Rocky Mounu 11 mate. of thebttt the country can afford. to insuio n living colt. Which I will stand at tho same place and timo at a Whip Mare. 3 dam They are good roadsters and the cost ot family Will pasture mares at $2, but not responsible for accidents. $15 the Insurance. hornet, ami it handled would make goid racers. MADISON SANDIDGE& SON, Will u.akdlhe teaton at my stable aK miles from M. S. BAUQHMAN, Millcdgellle Ky. Huitonvilloon the Hustonville and Liberty road. 3 :i Stanford, Ky. o. id-arto Foal. 4 year old; 16 hand high. Hy WALLACE DENMARK 35; (tee pedigree Mares bred and traded or brea elsewhere renders Thia handtome aaddlu tUlllon will make the of Wallace Denmark JJ.) tenou due. I.cin retained on coll until ivtson is teaton of 1S0) at the ttable of lleailey Hrot , one EUsro-Xiisia- : paid. Mag 37, by Vldette, by Vlndex i4Q uy 1 dam mile well of Stanford on the llutlounl.e turn Pasture Ji. jo per month, all mares at owners Hlood't Black Hawk, hle bv Uld Black pike, STANDARD. risk. Hawk. Vidette'a . itt dr.m by Whip, ad . .... . . - . Combined bay ttallion, 16 hand high; both bind ankles white. S. POWKLL. K. dam (iallalto, 3d dam Old Tiger. Via. Living Oolt. Foaled Mavao, 1S89. HI00J bay, black leg!, $15 uex' itt dam by Mambrino Chief 11, Hustonville, Ky, 9 ad. dam by Old flay Mettenger, 3d dam MESSKNG-BR- . heavy manu and tail, 16 handt high. by Cannon't Whip. Money duo when colt it foalod or niaro parted by Davy Crocket, son of Denny's Drennon, by Imp. dam the Wm. Lutk taddle mare out of the county or bred to another the world renowned Rod Squirrel, the Sired by with, moved r Wallace, he by 3 dam Drennon. Julia Wallace, br the best saddle mare eyer in Garrard Co. horte, l'atturage furnithed marc from a dltlance greateat taddle ttalllon on earth. The winner, of Todhuuter's Si. Vai.ace, he by Sir by Highlander. mpro- 1 dam at Ja per inonin. uue care win 00 Albert, (thoroughbred.) : Mo., fair, at the brut : vent accident and escapct,but la no event will threo priret at St. Louis, Abdallah Messenger (sire ol English Hunter) is by Mettenger Chiel (sire of Maud Mettenger a 16! 3 dam by Virginius, he by Mason's Whip. aaddlo ttallion any ago. Premium $75. Second aa we be reapontioie lor ciinpr Jake a aj. and 7 others better than 30). 1st dara Sutie (by bentinel a.ajjf, in 187a, sire ol Von Amin 4 dam a Whip mare. Pedigree: SUverTip wai tired by Silver King, the heit taddlo atallion, mare or gelding auy age; and 7 others better lhan a 30, and full brother to Volunteer) ad dam Kitty Rivers (g. d. ol a 19 Stonewall Jacktou. he by On Time, h6 bv a i6i by Aleaander's Abdallah (sire of Goldsmith Maid a 1 and the most prepotent model utility $15 Insurance. Will make the season of 1893 at my stable at Maud MessengerHambletonian.) by SkedaJdle, J"Oliver, ton of Vag premium $150 Third at the beat Firtt dam son of Rysdyk' .. aaennn nuin i... w .1 lot ncu atallion, mare or gelding any age; premium $150. Rowland by Ked Jacket, (tire of the dam of Kentucky Wilkes Mo lie Mounce, aired by - 3 dam..i T01C Silver King' dam wu Aauccettnot achieved by any other ttalllon on 3 ai and of the g. d. of Red WilkesJ by Comet lilack CabbelPa Loxlngton, ton of Ulood Taylor' Hawk, earth before or aincc, liWnj; or dead. Living1 Colt. Son of Wallace Denmark; itt dam by Miller's Met A.01? of, Sherman Morgan, sire of Vermont's by Young America, aon of ad dam lilack Hawk, founder of the Morgan family, Denmark, he by the race horse Denmark; his dam aeoger. Skedaddle'a itt dam by Mcdoc, ad dam Red Squirrel aired bT Ulack Squirrel, by Black the greateat family or roadsters in the world. lie it a dark bay, 16 hand high, foaled In iSSS. Florlrsl, ad dam by Montgomery's Oliver, 3d dam 3d dam Aratuj. Dwcriptlon:-Silv- er Tom is 110 ia a nne sauuie norae, witn tine style aud fine shaped horse. Tip wa foaled May s, 1888, Kagle Ac. I will stand English Hunter the" seaton of 1893 at my ttable 3 miles from Shelbv City, on the Knob by Old Drennon. mane and by action aud good mane and tail. tail, ijjf hands hit !.; Red Kagle' dam, Rowcna Webb Rusiell Lick and Turneraville pike, at $8 to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled or mate black with heavy a beautiful red bay, ,iS' hand high, hoc man. He was tired by Hubble' On Time, he by old parted with. I will also stand the excellent young Jack, We claim Funk' Sumpter Dcninork, wat never deleated in is a natuial saddler and will warrant him a saddle and tall, which he carnea to perfection. more natural Stonewall Jackton, he by Wathington Denmark, breeder. $8 the Insurance. lor thl young ttalllon that he ha country-- Ir. a walking ring by ttallion, mare or gelding. he by Gaines' Denmark, be by Imp. Hedseford. in Stock committed to my enre and breeding will stvle and action than any atallion and the a aaddle 1st dam by King William, the noted saddle ttal. at Ked Kagle will be permitted to serve jo marcs, a word, ho ia a mcnlel in form receive my personal attention. Grass furnished Hon; ad dam by Whip: 3d dam by old Telegraph, that this U one ol ieen It can be at reasonable rates, to be paid before removal of a great producer of saddle horses. in Ihe State, witb high, while points, heavy bone good style and eatra length.l ISired by stock. No responsibility for accidents or escapes. the fanclett bred aaddle'.talllon through hit On Time, Jr., bred from all good families of sad. Three years old, 16 handt Keene, with Rube llillington, by Tom he very bett taddle blood courtingthoroughbred. he by Clark's Mammoth, he by Wight's Mam Parting with slock forfeits Inturaace. Oolt. die horses in Kentucky, will undoubtedly produce the champion lack, $15 up on both tidet by I have anlce track and ttable in connection with moth, he by Maringo Mammoth. Tom Keene's dam by Col. Epsom, he by Epsom's Montgomery, by good saddle horses. o.ualltie. . Old Sampson. Tom Keene' second dam by Moaul, by Compromise, bv my butinetM. Mr. Koy Ileailey, fancy saddle In Edition to thit tallloo, Will alto Hand a young jack at tame place and Cole' Montgomery, byHawk,BlackImp. trot, which eminently main. by Warrior. Gov. St. John's dam Dolly Woods, by Tully's War- horse man, i with rnt and we are prepared to haa Tippecanoe, by lilack Ihort-- t. price. .nmSthimu a.lr. or high clati combineda fine The cheapest fee of any ttallion in the Stsie, samelien will be rior, her dam an imported jennet. The above finely bred young Jack, whose blood lints trace twice to die horses, both lor saddle and harness, satisfactoA held on all colls till seaton Is paid. breeding contidercd. We can readily recommend him a tne great warrior lauiuy auu 10 mc nuieu duck iiiwh, me grcateti 01 tne warrior family, with an rily to our patron. For iurther information, call on or address his breeder, at this will b. hi. third icruon and auy Personal attention to stock at owner's risk. infutlon of freth imported blood close up, should prove a great breeder. There will also be some of hit ot STEELE CARPENTER. coiuwlfl compare favorably with the gtl W.IL DUDDERAR, latt mi'i car. in the neighborhood to show for themselves. Witifandat SIO to insure a llvinc coll K. D. KENNEDY, Hnnonvltle, Ky. horte in tho country. 3 Rowland Ky. U,,r.)1 airji .til 5ii tof Jeniieti, without distinction as to sex of progeny Huttonville, Ky. 7, At S15 to Instv 1 juitng" Colt, McKlnney, Ky. Black stallion, nearly LE 1G SI5 to insure a livingjcolt. j " QEA-IfcTI- D hands high; foaled 1SS0; bred by George F. Kcenc, Shelhy- ville, Ky. 746. Will also stand a good Mule Jack At $3 toiusurp. B. P. WOODS, j Dtn-mar- ERRICSSON JR. 1 1 WALLACE DENMAES 55. $ e, Tliroo Good Jaoks, $IO SILVER TIP 169. At to In3ure a IBID EAO-LE-, At $10 Insure in LEXEL 262. ' htjittbr. BY ABDALLAH ucn ON TIME, JR., 11 -- 1 At $8 to insure a the ROBINSON. 7, At to Insure a Living J. W. H. HAYS B. P. POWELL. - .- -'! ptPSPPp!! general, Mn. Bissfll, tho as he Is corpuseems to be ns lent. Many of hin rulings aio of a very silly nature, calculated to make democrats very tired, fl is last, to the effect term commences at that a tho dato of his confirmation nnd not at tho time of his appointment, though ho may have taken charge at once, is also calculated to produce a weariness of tho flesh. Under such a ruling those republicans may serve nearly five' years who wore appointed during tho recess of Congress. Tho idea is preposterous. Let Brer. Biesell revise his ruling, or carry his fat carcass back to Buffalo. He isn't at the head of the department to invent excuses to keep tho rascals in. The democrats have voted to put them out and they must go p. d. q. post-mnste- Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal May 5, 1893 r Stanford, Kt., Judgo denounces physician then tried her death, Matt Walton, of Lexington, Dr. Howard, tho Cloverport who deserted his wife and to claim her property after as an infamous scoundrel and post-master- 's mallciouB falsifier. W. F WALTON. EIGHT It is : PAGES. FRIDAY. 33VBI2."2r we we Rev. W. E. Arnold has recovered pulpit at tho Methodist and will fill his church Sunday at 11 o'clock. A colored clergyman recently praythe The Lexington Leader celebrated , ed that the indelicate might be made of its birth by issuing a fifth anniversary delicate, the intemperate temperato and Bouvenir edition, which would See the industrious duatrious. We do credit to any office in the United to Rev. W. B. Welburn, tho bright and States. It is printed on book paper and We besides a photographic reproduction in Saksatahilla alk is a new drink rising young minister ol the Moreland printed which is said to have the merits to cheer circuit, preached at McKendree Sunday miniature of its first number May 1, 188S, it has cuts of its new build- but not inebriate, and our prohibition morning to a largo audience. Rev. H. G. Henderson, of Frankfort, ing, its fine Cox Duplex press and many friends can at last have an inning at the meeting in Taylors-villclosed a of prominent men and places. A com- bar. resulting in 13 additions to the inplete history of manyjof the varied James Rose sold to Johnson, of Boyle, terests of the city is given, making it a There is a young lady at Paris, whose Methodist church. Paris Kentuckian. a bunch of fat heifers at 3c. Rev. Kline, pastor of the Baptist most valuable sheet for future reference. name is Miss Ellic Fant. Quite suggesI am Btill buying wool and hope to is a monument to tho won- tive, but not descriptive, as she is as diurch at West Union, Ind., ia on trial The paper see all persons who havo it to sell on for selling whisky. He mado a mintako derful energy of Editor Sam J. Itoberts, petite as she is pretty. Monday next. Remember I will pay tho by letting one of tho brothers have a who almost by his individual exertions highest market price. I. M. Bruce. NEWSY NOTES. drink. has succeeded in building up the best Wm. Moreland bought of Emmett The first meeting of tho Kinjj's Campbellsyille is in the throes of a paying newspaper property in tho CapiHis entire interest in the McCormack a bunch of 1,000 pound cat- Daughters convention will be held at We congratulate prohibition election. tal of the of Cinto tloat3jc. Ho sold Slossenger, Mrs. James Davis, wife of a wealthy Louisville, beginning him and hope tho star of the destiny cinnati, fourcow-- and ca'vea at f 32.50. ho is working out for himself will Barren county farmer, fell dead while which all members of tho order .vo invithat E. K. Thomas, of North Middletown, ted to attend. writing a letter. always bo in the ascendency. cattle at sold in Chicago 17 Short-horThe protracted meeting at tho BapW. H. and W. K. Caldwell, of an averago price of $90. The 47th clonCol Sam M. Bouuett, who did his first have obtained letters patent tist church, that lasted two weeks, Duke of Airdrie brought the top price, newspaper work as a correspondent of for a wagon body. ed with 12 additions. Tho new converts Sun- ;500. this paper, sends ub a copy of the ChicaAn unknown man was run over and will be immersed in Salt River next Bring mo your Wool Wantko. Aud- Harrodshnrg Sayings. go Herald, of which he is now one of the killed by a train near Somerset, Ho was day afternoon. wool and get tho highest market price of the various churches editors, containing a description ot tho ground to a pulp. The pastors I want it and will buy it if you will give opening of the Fair and many illustraBy the overturning of a skiff in Lit- here have agreed to have union services Wm. Moreland, me an opportunity. Sun-dations of the event. Sam's rise in tho tle Red river, mar Little Rock, Ark., o each Sunday night, beginning next Stanford, Ky. journalistic world has been as steady as laborers were drowned. when they will be held at tho BapThe spring trotting meetincat Vienft his friends He ia peW. A. Slaymaker. it is gratifying Three brothers, Andrew, Vic and tist church by Rev. na closed with a cab race, which was culiarly gifted as a writer and his inti- Thomas Jones, were drowned by A State organization as an auxiliary the doublo team, which trotted 2 mate knowledge of public men and capsizing of a boat near Knoxville. to the American Sabbath Union was won by a Wednesday. miles and furlong to the cab in (1:23 Ixuievillo things makes him oue of the best The tower that forms the gateway at perfected at men in the businebs. Kentucky Cave Hill cenieteiy, Louisville, was Capt. John H. Leathers was elected pres- about a 3.00 gait. Many of tho entries for the S300 ident nnd a number of leading Kentucky editors will fare well when they get un- struck by lightning and cleft in twain. The purpose saddle Btake at the Danville fair will conministers der the protecting wing of the genial col' May Heaston, of Sidney, 0., com fair. We is to encourage the observance of the test for a Bimilar stake at our onel at the Fair. mitted suicide because her parents ob not offer quite as much money, but Sabbath by bodily rest acddevoting the tnay Some people think it iB a terrible cru- jected to the attentions a negro was pay- mind to moral subjects. in the long run it will bo equally as good And ask a continuance of the patronage extended the firm of Higgins cifixion of the flesh to have tolistn to a ing her. who signified their a thing to try for. The gentlemen Win. A. Krugg, aged 1ft years, died to Frnnk Harris, & VanArsdale, and will make it to the interest of others to trade with length, and J. C. Johnsou sold 6ormon over 30 minutes in with tho Young intention to I he books and accounts have been transferred to me and I will income cases we agree with them. But at Crawfordsville, Ind., where he had Men's Christian Association will remem- of Cincinnati, 120 extra export cr.ttlo for me. to be no limit to human en- lived over 50 years. He had voted for ber the meeting at the Christian church July and AugUBt delivery, also 32 for D. continue the latter with all who desire. there seems SrClothing, Hoots and Shoes will be sold regardless of cost to close 5c. Harris durance. The Behring Sea couimibsion 'J I presidents. next Sunday afternoon at 3. Let each S. Johnson, of Lincoln,W.at T. Robinson out stock. James Porter, of Hopkinsvillc, while bring has just passed throui;h the fiery orhim and also bought 12 head of another young man with deal of listening to a speech by J. C. shooting at a dog missed his target and go in with a determination to make the at same price. Advocate. A hog on tho ranch of Julo Gunte, Carter of two long weeks. The pay of fatally wounded Sallie H jss and Sam At organization here a success. commissioners is good, but it would ser, both colored. the near Gamsville, Texas, is said to be one TIipi-- is nrosnect of war at OwensTwo families, one of eight aud the have to be doubled if wo were on it aud of the largest iu the world. H is a Poboro. All the pastors hut Rev. Wen. other of fivo persons, are reported to Jones, rector of the Episcopal church, land China hog and is reported to weiuh such things bad to continue. WE SKLL- have been drowned by swollen streams at their 1.320 wounds. It is three feet four inch have agreed to Huspend services Men are seldom aware when they are near Van Buren, Ark. two inches long, churches during Sam JontB' meeting. es high and seven feet well ofl. If Barney Kiggins had acceptJohn Henderson, a never come singly. In Misfortunes HetoldtheOwensboro Messenger that ed the too light verdict of two years in young business man of Atlanta, commitof a very handhe did not hesitate to Bay that he did addition to the death the penitentiary for criminally assault- ted suicide by hanging himself to the not approve of Sam Jones and added some filly by Guy, son of the great MOUNTAIN ing Miss Woods, without asking the door knob of his residence. R. H. Crow has just that he considered as profane the ex- Guy Wilkes, 2:15, Temple While Mrs. I. M. Lane, of Maysville, court of appeals fora now trial, he would Ban, 2:17, pressions attributed to the evangelist, lost a gnnd colt by not have become the victim of her broth- was making a prohibition speech she for the young to dam Black Bee, dam of II. C. T., 2.171 and especially injurious er's pistol, aud instead of now being a was seized with a hemorrhage of the colts he sustains a hear. When JoneB meets Jotles the tug In tho deaths of these demmed moist corpse, he would have stomach andjdied in a few minutes. of $5,000 at least. of war will come, and the man with the loss A leather trust hng been formed been doing the State service at FrankAndersjn fi Spillman havo bonuht vocabulary will beconcid-erewith $120,000,000 capital Btock, to be fisherwomen's fort. But perhaps it's better so. of Hood Worthington, Josh Tillelt, Tom Canary and Mocking Hird Cages, Hanging ltobkcts, Flower Crocks by the rabble to have come out on known as the United States Leather Quinlin and J K. Helm their crops of iTcw stock of Genuine Carbolic Sheep Dip. Prices reasonable. top. has not yet been rung Co. Headquarters are in Now York. The curtain growing wheat at floe. They also bought 150 barrels of corn from Joe Harlan at down on the final scene in the life of the FABM AND TRADE ITEMS. Every corporation under the new great tragedian, Edwin Booth, and his law must write, print or paint after or $2.10. Anderson & Spillman bought of R E. GaineBsoId a hunch of ho.'sto doctors now say there is a chance for his under its name on signs, stationery or Rue A Curry, ol Cincinnati, a pair of 01 c. t mare mules, 15J hands high, for II. KING. recovery. The thousands who have sat advertisements the word, "incorporat- E P. Woods at GUOKGE H. PKKWITT. John Cash bought of J. S. Young a $270. Advocate. magic of his spell bound under the ed." bunch of heifers at 3c. presentation of Hamlet, will Tom Yeaircr will In- - "in tho fight" at Judge Jackson, of the criminal di- small Numerous sales of hogs at (ijc aro tho Fairs this year with a splendid string unite in the hope that ho will be spared vision of thejJefferson circuit court, sent Winchester Democrat. There are in his stable alof trott-r- s. to again tread the Btage ho has done so JurorThoinas A. Alvey to jail for :50 reported in the MORELAND, KY., S. D. Bruce has sold his thoroughready Wood Wilkes 225, Dan Murk much to adorn and tlevate. hours and fined him $:J0 for drunkenWe have opened up a nice line ol to a syndicate for bred stnd book 2:271, Woolfolk.a speedy son of Danville ness. Brkh. Tipton, the Richmond Climax Wilkes, M.ijorS. by Danville Wilkes ami E. L. Harper, fthe Fidelity Burke Rros. Bold to lurhune, of out of an Abdullah Mambrino mare, man, who went to England and then who has just been pardoned mare mules at waded back, reaching his native laud al- out of the Ohiojpenitentiary, has already Mercer, four Mayme II. by Dorsev Golddnst and out $130. he was gone, gone into thejbrokerage most before any one knew of a IHick'a llainhletonian mare, and We paid spot cash for these coods bouchf tlieen wlir,. ,,. ,...,., .. business in W. M. Lackey sold to Johnson A Clara W Carrol BailovWay mare. Othdevotes nearly a column of typo and a the most for the least money. I lard ware was bought in car load Boyle, a small bunch of feed' of lots cut to show us the location of Hampton ers will be add-- d soon aud Tom's pros- which enables us to make very low prices. The parents of John Burnett, of Col- Wood, liases of steel nails j?2 per Roads. Love's labor lost, sonny. We umbus, O., interfered with his intended ers at 2Je. pects for a brilliant campaign are splen- Keg, do. wire nails 5 ju, coat on ioc per gal. with all other goods in La Joya won tho Melbourne Stake, did. wero born and raised near them, besides nuptials with Miss Bertha Armstrong. proportion. to the winner, at tho Lexworth any school boy knows all and more than Burnett is now insane and the young laNow Try This Terms cash or country produce, Give us a call. We will ington raceF. you have published. save you It will coit ou nothing- anJ will surety do you dy is prostrated. waut to buy 100,000 lbp, good If you nave a couli, (.old or any trouble with money Wool. I Jnmes S. Escott, of Louisville, bus throat. chest or lungs. l)r King's New Ducov- Tuk president's address in opening the been appointed or more of wool. Will pay highest mark- ery for Conumption, Coughs anJ Colds it guar"We are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. National Bank examiner " anteed to give rebel or money will be paid back World'H Fair was not, in printer's parA. T. Nunnelley. Sullerirt from I.a Onppe found it just the thins for Kentucky. He has served in various et price. farm- and under its use had a apeeuy anupeneci recov lance, over two sticks full, but he manThis is good news: The peach cfe capacities for a long term of years in the Try a sample Lottie m our expense and aged to crowd into the few words he users of Delaware expect tho largest crop learn for yourself lust how jfooil a tiling It Is In- Fourth National Bank of Louisville. al bottles free at A K. rennys urug store, Large u tho history of the State this year. ed more than many other less gifted tire jo cents and $i. A prominent white woman in Cova column of solcame to my place a few days There men could have said in ington has created a sensation by giving ago a sandy hoar. Owner please call for Specimen Cases. id nonpareil. Tho speech was a remark-abl- e S. H Clifford, New Cassel, Wis , was troubled exemplification of the truism that birth to a lusty black baby. She says him. J. K. Baughman, Hustouvillo. with Neuralgia and Rheumatism; his stomach wasalfected alarmwas disordered, his brevity is the soul of wit, as vell as of the negro caught her while alone and At St. Louis iu ono of the races ing decree, appetite liver away and he to anterribly was forced her to submit to his hellish de- Twilight, entered by unknown stable, reduced in tlesh audfell strength, '1 hree bottleiol wisdom. Klectnc Hitters cured him. sign. won in a walk at opening odds, 30 to 1. Kdward Shepherd, Harrisburg. Illinois, had is no superstition about that E. O. Camp, a Knoxville millionaire, He was heavily backed and it is aid tho running sore on his leg of eight ears' standThrki Klectnc Hitters bottlea South Carolinian who wants to he the is being sued by his wife for divorce. bookmakers lost between 130,000 and ing. Used threeHucklen's ofArnica Salve and and Ii KeceiTin Hii his seven hoses of man appointed as Consul to the Sho claims utter abandonment and 135,000. It was reported that Twilight sound and well' John Speaker, Catawba, ltttn sores on his ) doctors : Congo Free State. The other 12, ail charges him with adultery with his is none other than Polk Badgett, tho fa- said had five Urge fever Oue bottle Icy; Klectnc : of he was incurable. : and one box Hucklen's Arnica Salve who have ever been sent there in that young niece. In the suit she also asks mous "ringer" that fleeced the Latonia trie Hitlers entirely Sold by A R Fenny, drugcured him Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give for alimony. capacity, have died at their post. bookmakers in 1891 out of about $25,000. gist me call. 40-pag- e very gratifying indeed to observe that the ComraerciaNGazette, which ib never eo happy as when abusing him, has at last had tho courage to commend something Baidby Mr. Cleveland. Speaking of hia address before touching the electric button, which set the machinery of the World's Fair in motiou, it says pointedly and truthfully: The president's address was brief, earnest, well beGtting the occasion and withal deeply patriotic. Mindful of the presencoof foreign renreaeutatlves in which he stood-an- d in tho midst of 'results accomplished by efforts which have been exerted longer than ours in the field of man's improvement,' h did not hesitate to call attention to the benefits of popular education, to 'the unparalleled and wonderful accomplishments of a young nation,' and 'the triand inumphs of a vigorous, dependent people.' Brave words were these and among the bwt the president has ever spoken. self-relia- post-ofllc- o Another editor goes in through the influence of Congressman Stone. J. R. Lemon, editor of tho Benton Tribune, and ono of Capt. Stone's most enthusiastic supporters, will bo nppolnted as postmaster at Benton. Louisville has suffered a losaof $300,-00- 0 by a terriblo fire. Tho plant of tho Louisville Steam and Electric Motor Co, was destroyed, burning out 10 small manufacturing concerns and damaging many building adjacent and across tho to-da- The Great Glearanee Sale. We y have transformed oar well' stocked establishment Into a veritable during the past few weeks. We will Bee-Hi- ve street. ECLIPSE All FORMER EFFORTS And will offer oar Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods at such extraordinarily low prices as never before quoted. If you want some thing pretty and stylish in one placed a cross tie on tho track four milesfrom Frankfort, tho other night, and badly wrecked the train upon which the legislators were roturning irom the races, but strange to say, not a law maker was even slightly hurt. Six outlaws captured a passenger train on the M., K. and T. road, in tho Most of tho legislators may deserve Indian Territory, and the express mesdeath for frittering away the State's time senger refusing to open the safe, tho nnd money, but it was hardly thought robbcre went through tho cars, collected that any one man or set of men would the mouey nnd valuables of the passang-gertiko it in their own hands to doit. Some and then lied. s That stupid andone-idea-esheet, the Voice, demands the resignation of John G. Carlisle, but as its still, small voice is too weak to be heard outside its office, it is feared the secretary will never know what is expected of him from that quarter. The Voice represents too small a constituency to make its demands felt anywhere. The prohibitionists are not ia it yet, and we fear they never will be. d The decrease of cash in tho United States treasury during April made a net increase of $3,72(5,819 in the national debt There was a decrease ol f lu,09v 873 in gold, and the reserve fund is given at 197,011,330, although a few days ago it was reported abovo the $100,00?-00- 0 Ginghams, Mulls, Challies, &c, Give us a call. We have them in all the new and desirable shades. have a big lot of We roint. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Mens' and Boy's Spring Clothing, Which will include in this sale at greatly reduced prices. Ladies will take great pleasure in showing yon our stock of CARPETS .A.IST3D ATTIIfcTQ-S- Curtains, $c. sure economy. us before buying. attend this sale. It is can truly say: Bargain Seeker! Jfcrc's your chance. urge you ten-day- s' e, THE LOUISVILLE STORE. I Have Purchased of W. H. Higgins. n Blue-Gras- liar-rodsbur- GROCERY HARDWARE STTilPR nd s. EMM , BUS , roivuu, m WW., -- well-know- The Gurney Refrigerator, THE WHITE lrd d CREAM WATER COOLERS, McKINNEY BROS. KING & PRE WITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, $75,-00- 0. Bank-presiden- t, Dry Cin-ciuna- $3,-t'j- 0 KING PREWITT. $ leg-i- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Rci8ivygfyi'rVyg dropped dead with n voung child in her! Interior Journal arms, leaving it and two other small children to be cared for by the husban J. Foil I'nsT. Qfllcu in Intkiuok Jouit' In his troubles Mrs. King proved an ever J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. .May T), 1803 nai, building. Apply to the proprlo Iasi agent again for tho Deering Ma- present help, nnd gratitude finally riStanfoud, Ky., tor. chine Co, nnd will have on exhibition pened into love, which the widow de 24U1, 1893. Monday samples of our binders and clared unhesitatingly thru sho reciproca rsl it. J. 0. Uodkmkk ia having hia land ic.c.wAkTON.BUB.ManaKer nt Rowland plntUl and will mowers. Tho buttling expert, R. D. ted. It didn't take long then to arrange Full corps of Cmiorvstory and Normal School teachers. Superior course! ia Literature, Muilc and hoon bu Bruce, will bo hero to show them. Call the preliminaries and the couple mount- An. Excellent hoarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. ready to soli town lot. nnd see them. W. II. Hays will assist ing a buckbo'ard, to which an un b'idte- PERSONAL POINTS. sizes Leonard ice cheats. mo this year. See advertisement in next wise horBe was attached, they made their Fivk different Ho.v. G. A. Lackky went to I.uxinnWill save you 200 per cont. of your ico issue. J. H. Baughmnn. way to town, nfter tunny provoking deTuesday. ton W. II. Wearen A Co. K. 8. M. 8. Dr. Steele Bailey, perma- lays by the broncho, which occasionally Mibs Pea 111, Abiilky, of Lancaster, is bill. n thu Kueutof .MiH4 Lena Hampton. Matthbw Portman FknxkiIh the name nent secretary, asks us to announco that took notion to tnke a rest. Tho bride of tho Kentuc has three children nho nnd tho couple the IlSth Annual Session Ma. John M. Wiiakton has gone, to of tho latest arrival at Mr. Robert lifo together with n liloominKton, III., to go into bushum is their second boy nnd tho ky Medical Association will convono in Blart It Maiiy W. Bowman nnd Um tho Opera House at Frankfort on Wed- family of six children, all under s!V-e- n Mns. father seems as proud na if it was tho years of age, and a prospect that nesday, May 10, at ll a. m. The pro Bowman are Rumls of Mra. Fores-tU- first. gramme is full of magnificent papers. seems anything but blooming and gay. Held. A iiEciTAi. will bo given nt thu College Scientifically and socially tho meeting When asked by tho reporter if his bride Mish Ktta Ykaokk ami Mr. John Chnpcl on Monday evening, thu 8th, nt will bo tho equal of any one in thu histo bad hIho been married before, he replied Dunn, of Danville, splint yesterday with OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. "Yes, she's a widower too," and then 8 o'clock, by some of tho pupils of Miss ry of the Society. her brother, Mr. Thomas Yfnior. recognizing his Blip of the tongue, he Miki Emma I'muitt, a pretty mid ac- Howard's music c1hsi. All lovers of Every thing in the grocery line "God made the country and man made added, "Excuse me, mister, if mistakes Call and see them before buying, complished voting lady of HuRlonvillc, classic music are invited. said Mr. Pope on ono occa- were haystacks there would be so many for sale cheap. the town," visited MIbs Mattio Whitu last week. I)OK at the label on which your name sion. At present, at least, it must bo adMay poor cows in tho country." Miss An.vik Wam.au:, of l'alnt Lick, is printed and if does not read May 5, mitted it that tho Deity is far ahead in the ilia cows never waut for hay, his spent Wednesday night with Mica Klla ISUII, or some date in thu future, make matter. Tho country never looked moro children for bread or himself for thu love May Saunders, en route to Louisville. the necessary preparations and pay for beautiful, notwithstanding the unfavora- of the wife who bop promised to bestow Mn. II. K. McItoiiKiiTfl, of Lancantor, tho paper. Next Monday, county court ble weattier of tho last month. It has her ailection on him till death shall part a. c. sink: met hia wife hero yesterday, who had day, would be a good limo to do this J. N.MENErEB been very damp and chilly for several them. been to Ilopkinsviile to ecu a sick sis- good deed. days, but "slightly warmer and fair ter. weather" is promised for Tho Lewistou reservoir, near Hunts-villMn. J. II. (Bauoiiman, agent for the Thk persons who sent us tho commuO., broke Wednesday and 12,000 Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, Appendicitis. Deoring Machines, has left at our olllco nication signed "Tho Indies of Crab Oracress of water flooded the surrounding a brilliant chromo of a beautiful young chard," forget our Invariable rule to pub assisted by Drs. S. C. Perkins nnd C. M. country. Tho towns of Port Jefferson, woman, holding an advertisement of his lislt no anonymous communications. Thompson, performed the operation of .Juincy, Logansville, Graff, Piqua, Troy tirm. It is quite n gem. Some responsible name must nccoinpany laparotomy for strangulation of the ver- nnd Davtou were in thu course of the Mn. W. G. McItoiiKiiTfl, of Pittsburg, every article to insure its publication in miform appendix on Johu Gooch, of the Hood and great damage was done. was down to ecu bis uncle, John M. Mt-- thin paper. Waynesburg neighborhood, a few dayB whocontiuueH very ill. He will Koborts, ago, and got moru than a pint of pus JRVMO OuuithC )uunt John Wahskh has a hen that has laid through the incision. The patient ralJoin his wifo next week in Iowa and mum an egg a day for thu last '.Uo days. Those lied and at last accounts was convalescthen they will go to California to live. Mn. L. C. Caiii'k.ntkk and daughter, who are disposed to doubt the truthful- ing. Mr. C. 0. Gooch came after Dr. O' Our facilities for giving the greatest values for the least outlay, are call BBOTJrOftO Misa Bertie, of HuHtonville, visited ness of this statement have only to lOittt Bannon yesterday to perform a similar unsurpassed. who will lake pleasure in con- operation on Miss Sarah, daughter of J. STtVtRl POIKT fricnd.1 here Tuesday. Mien Bertie has on John, vincing them that he is in one respect if M. for several years been studying mediuooch. IIHASHA M. D. be not moru very much likthe "father of cine and will be a kOSMCOM Kowlani). Few people have any idea bis country." fore long. iirmtalM of how much the L. & N. is increasingin Mn. John S. Wklls returned Tuesday Wk hnve four grades of ' J. B." and business at our railroad suburb of .FOR. INS UCflVC UIBCTUm from Florida, where he had been for live "P. D.'" corsets. You can get anything ruuiwoeruTiori hoawihsj Mr. (3. L. Thompson, general RL30CTS IM nmsT runim weeka attending tho bedside of hia sick you want in these goods. It will also foreman of tho mechnnical department, TTtf HOKmWKT " father, who had at last begun to conva- pay you to seo our draperice, liico curpower boiltells us that a new GtoCPOND lesce. Mr. Wells is undecided whether tains, carpeta and especially our new er has just been put in, nnother blackcniooo . III. OcnfpiJii TiI AMhe will remain hero or not, hut hia dress goods, ami some line of ladies and smith shop added, a bolt and nut liouso ,WBC0IW1ttMUlUntc friends hope he will conclude to stay. gunta' shoes and clothing, to bo closed built and thu shopa generally have been CHICAGO not an in Ken out in the next thirty days. Come be- onlnrged. Cars nru rebuilt, painted, letTunisia tucky who trim harder and cornea nearer fore styles nnd sizes are broken. Hughes tered, Ac , there nnd and an order for SO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. doing his wliolo duty thun County Su A Tate. baliastl cars lias just been completed, perintendent W. F. McClary, nor is there while six cabooced nro under contdruc-tion- . Shot Himself. Mr. I'M M. Nevius, one moru thoroughly conversant with all Iu tho shops are 20 car repairers, the intricach'fl of the Common School who returned from Georgetown College three mechanics nnd 20 laborers, whose curriculum. "Sretaw" in Harrodnburg Tuesday, had the misfortune to shoot month reached $3,00.'), n Hat the following to My about tho Kloctropoue himself in thu hand that night. Ho was pay roll last Saying. ol La Grippe. largo increaco. BesidfB this forco there ml liow It cures Mn. B. J. C. Howe, head of the Howe loading a pistol, when it was discharged, Office l)i ml), Hilca & Hardy Co , nre "0 engineers and tho same number part of his Louisville, Jan 30,1893. Pump and Engine Co., was here n day or tho ball entering thu of fireman, who either live at Rowland right hand and lodging there. Dr. Gent' While attending the Memphis Fair two to see after the water works nnd the and two some months j;o, I was attacked with severe oyer there, two hostlers v;w called, but decided not to cut or lay other nlautn attached, nil of which ho to. Adand pains in my arms and 1R, tho effects of grippe of Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph I'romptlyAttcnded for helpers, 24 conductors, 00 brakeman built and in which he retains n large in- tho ball out, as it would do less hurt attaches, including train dispatch last winter. I iiiet your agenttherr, Mr. Harhett, dress. R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. other who is an old friend, mid he inslted that I use ter est. Ho went from here to Somerset, it to remain where it is. ers, rondmncter, depot agents and clerks, the Ele:tropoio at his office, which dul with Pn., where he will put in Mater worka, In a drunken row at tho Crab Orchard making more than 250 men on tho pay wonderful results. In a short time the pains kit andifhugiviH thu Hitinumlion that ho depot recently, John Warren cut Alonzo roll, who draw largely in excess of MEN'S AND BOY'S me and concluded to rent a 'l'oie. When my did here, the people ran rice up and call Haker and Baker cut Aaron Xoaks. big amount of this rental time had expired I bought it, and would not a month. A part with it for any consideration. It is certainly him blucm!. County Attorney Paxton went up Tues- money is spent in Stanford and our mer- a wonderful treatment, and It N more wonderful as Mn. ami Mum S P. St Mm wen called day to proaecuto them anil tho result chants and others aro tho beneficiaries to how It docs its work, yet It does it. t think it to HuMonvillo Wednesday liv a dinpt'h wnn that tho two men so handy with The increase of force, not to say the re is the duty of ctery man to make known to the atating that their mother, Mr. Dm ltd he of any benefit to their knives were held to the circuit tention of men there, is mainly duo to atlllctcd any thing that will certainly will. Stagg, Sr.. had rmflcreil nnother stroke of works, which hnvo given tho them, and the Klectropoise court in SWO bonds each. The triul was our water Very Respectfully, g p.iralysiH and was in proeariom condicompany at a reasonable rato a before Judge Ward Moore and thu T. P.. C. iiKIKLY. tion. supply of wnter. Mr. Thompson Mr. llnnley one of the oldest and best known pere et tils, represented tho ac Latkii. Mrs. Stagg whh alive at laht tells us that it comes down to them in p'o manufacturers in the country. cused. Recounts, but thu end neoined very near. The discises cured by the EltctropoiM) are o.t bountiful supply under strong pressure SwArnso. Messrs. J. W.Uamseyand and that be has it arranged to supply confined to any particular claM of ailment. Uy Its She ia almoet totally p.raly.el and her use oxygen is absorbed through the pores and W. C. Hutching hnvo been trading periods of lucidnccs are very brief. tanks, shops, Ac, iu the most conven- membrane, adds strength and vigor to the entire JUST IN The latter buys tho former's Heretofore locomotive system, and will cure any diseaw where there is ient manner. CITY AND VICINITY. house and lot, including his ttock of a cure boilers had to he taken to Livingston to vitality to build on and and get Is possible. We in. lull particulars. for ?J,150 and gives in part payif they vile all to call or write be washed out or to Louisville, Canaiiy birds for s.ile. John Shanks." DUIIOIS Js WKUlt, Room 10, Norton Mock, in the livery stable on ment his interest were vorylTuty; now 10 are washed out Northwet corner Fourth and Jeffenon Streets, Plants kok Salic. Toniiitoen ami cab Depot street, which includes a number at Kowland a month nnd still tho com-nn- Louisville, Ky of horses, buggies, Ac, nt a little over bage. O. J. NowImihI. dops not use as much water as it il.JUX). They will chance businesses at has n right to under the contract. Mr. screen windows and onto and Mr. Hamsey will move into the Thompson says that all he needs now to doors at Wearen k Co.'a house that Mr. Hulchingn vacates. make his shop? tho moat complete on Nick line of wash goods in all grades electric lighta, and ho is go Tlje Cincinnati, New Orleans & Tiik Bloudeli audConkliug Farce Com- tho read are and styles. Severance it Son. Texas Pacific Ry. Co., try to have the wires extended pany is the next regulnrly billed show at ing to The city council builded even Go to Zimmer's court day for your Walton's Opera House. It will bo with thither. thought when it contracted SAM. A. FELTCN. Receiver. us two nights, May 15 and 10, and tho wiser than it dinner. A splendid meal for 25c. lly order of United States Circuit Court all Pump and Engine Comwho may have claims against said receiver repertoire includes ''Our Cousin From with tho Howe Many charming new things in works and elec- growing out ol his operation ot the rod and all New stuffs in every department. W. M. McAikk has bought of GoorRe tho Country," "Is Marriage a Failure V" pany to erect tho water persons who may have claim against any employe McKinney. against tho wishesof the croak- ot the reccner which should be jiaid out it the Alford bis livery business at Sfr "A Dollar for a Kiss." "McGinty's tric plant, are notified location ol the wageiof such rinplove, undersigned. to transmit York," "A Dude's ers. It has settled the the same bv mail to the Foil Hknt. Our largo new house on Trip to New KIC1IAIU) I KRNST. Commistiorier. shops at Kowland, has given the cit"Traveling Musicians." j3 Chamber of Commetce Huilding, Lower Main. Apply to Kph Penning- Paradise" and excellent water supCincinnati, O. Cincinnati, O. .April . 'gy Between tho nets there will be spe- izens a cheap and ton, Stanford. activity in ply, nnd it has created an cialties in singing, dancing acrobatic building and other enterprises hardly KaumkhhI Be sure and see our Pony nnd contortion work. Prices t!5, Ilo and dreamed of five yearB ago. Stanford is Trimmings and wash fabrics of every style and weave. New curtains Hinder, to be on exhibition Monday. J. 50c in tho procession and if she doesn t ad- new white goods, new laces, new table linens and the prettiest line of II. Hnughmau. will be at A NKuno, claiming to he from Lebanon vanco to tho front it will ho the fault of A nkw lino of spring drees goods at 0. Junction, was in town Wednesday and tho old fojiea. Liberty, Ky., May 15 to 20, '93, I"). PowoH'b, cheaper than you can buy notwithstanding the raw day, was going l'rep.ireil to do MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. about barefooted. A reporter saw him them elbewhere. Ever offered in the city. Here are some of the prices we are offering T and asked why ho did not get shoes. Dental Work. this week: Trouvillc Challies 5c, Scotch lawns 6yc, Belfast lawns 10c in a short ttiuo Thos. All Kinds It is stated that Skk our stock ol laco curtains, shinies, His answer was, "I've got the money, Vim will dowpll to give me a call Satisfaction story wri- guaranteed, Windsor sirangs 15c, printed dimities 10 to 25c, Shanghai pongees l'late wrV a specially. oilcloths, boss, but am too stingy to spend it for NelHon 1'aRO, tho curtain poles, carpets, matting W S. IIBAl.KV, I) I). S will marry Mrs. Henry Field, n ter, 15c. A new line of zephyr ginghams at 10c and 15c, formerly 20c, Ac. Severance k Son. shoes. I waut to preach thu gospel and wealthy widow of OhicHRO. chnllics ever offered in this the prettiest line of satin striped ' I'm saving my money to obtain an ed54 Mr. James V. Kuykendall.n widowto 75c, gents' net shirts from 25c to $1. city. Ladies' vests from W. GRKE.vand Will Shanks went to ucation." If his story is true, he is inP. PUBLICLY. Todd, of '.'3 A beautiful line of negligee from 25c to $2. These goods are to be Danville Tuesday and succeeded in get- deed an exceptional dnrkuy and muet bu er of 'M, and Mies Lizzie summers, accompanied by C. V. Graves sold. Come and examine for yourself. ting a goodly number of special premi well tilled with love for ids Maker. and wife and G. U. Told and Miss Lola OnCountyCourt Day May 8, ums for our fair. Garrard yester In front ol Court ho jm at 11 o'clock will sell Tiik Now York Stars gave a chaste nnd Todd, drovo ovr from containing one nine" of this place will go elegant musical entertainment Monday day and wero made one after God's holy publicly my House and lottoll gate, alio aacre on Tiik "kid piano Uamiile 'lurnpile near . for sale, privately. over to Lancaster this afternoon and night, which was greatly enjoyed by thu ordinance, Uev. A. V. Si.emore It. C KNGi.EMAN.JR., wipe up the earth with tho base ball small crowd present. iThu violin, which Tho ceremony occurred in tho Stanford, Ky V. B. McUoherts and team nt that place. has been called tho king of instruments, dniK storo of Mr. . GO TO- wero Messrs. B. II. Hanks I It. Oarson presontod tho sustained its reputation in the hands of tho attendants Juimik W. and J. H. Wells, who were anxious to sa,.mintv with tho mnrblo lining of the Miss Dresehor, whoso playing was u and beauty. Dewey lute thu brldo with a kisa, but the groom Weill!Deliver ICE Every Mornimrmt from which the water will coino marvel of sweetnes and they to Hey wood proved himself u very retnnrk-abl- was a dangerous looking man ing at leper lb. from tho fountain for the public For goods at low prices. Our stock of discretion was tho better tlutist and tho other members filled decided that quench its thirst. Bights In Stanlcrd and Kowland and by 50 lbs, joe per tfcking in tho their partsJaccepUibly. The only objec- part of valor. After 50 lb' and 100 lbs. 35c per 100 lbs, We are very MiLi.mt, the Lexington gen- tion thatlcaujbe urged to tho entertain- of tho city, tho party wended their way thankful lor past patronage and respectfully reMil. Wm. hpppy as big quest Its continuance. JANE HA RKOW A CO. M KS. tlemnnwholssuperinienuiug i ,s ment is that the fancy female impersona- homoward.all appearing as that water tion business is'.outjof place in a refined sunflowers. Hon of the fountain, tolls us Millinery, Notions and Shoes is complete. We have j'ust received Tho waste programme. It is disgusting enough in a Married, in the circuit clerk's ofllce will bo turned on It THE P. 0. MILLINERY. an elegant line of Ladies' and Misses' W. A. and into minstrel performance. Financially tho Wednesday morning, by the Rev. will be run out to Short street engagement was a'.failuro to tho mauag-e- Slay maker,. Mr. James W. Brighton h trough for animals. room and to the Crab OrCall at the who had' foolishly guaranteed an and Mrs. Mattle King, of the agent for tho Lexington As A reporter of this paper Lamw.-Bection. and to lauu-dr- agreed amount, and while he doesn't chard Which will be sold at the lowest cash prices. Country produce taken Attorney J. B. Steam Laundry 1 am prepared Stock mind paying tho 'piper occasionally for gave away tho bride and in exchange for goods. at 35 cents; sumcomforts or quilts peoplejto.dnuco, he does object to raxton acted as best man. Last Of Millinery In town i'he goods and prices are 50 cents; largo size other ordinary size, while returning from Hazel Patch, bound to please you, washing in ou contributing asluiucliat one time as he mer, MRS. I' T. COURTS. 10 75 cents. Please bring on the train, Mr. Broughton'a lirst wife did in thia.case. Jesse J. Thompson. Mondays. Semi-Weekly Onion ncte and Harden uucila nt A. A. Warren's. A Rentlcmnn who WidowbGalohk. hiw counted nostM tolls tin that there pro 5S willows in Stanford. 5 Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January ' - BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, THE BEST MADE. Fen-r.Y- e. ready-mad- e Vir-Rin- la B in WATER : COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. to-dn- e, & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. s Drop T fuli-tledg- ed USA Wo Carry a Full Line of Builders' Supplies. LINE. Itow-lun- d. 1 120-hor- so Fancy BncerieBread, Cakes ,Pies Candies, Lunches, Fruits, &c, alike-holde- r CALL ON R. ZIMMER, Mr. T. E. 0. Brinly THE BAKER. atttr-effccl- a Ik-sh- y IJro-nnu- gh A Good Meal for 25 Cts. 1 $10,-00- 0 1 CLOTHING! New '. HariB-ford- s, neyer-failin- 11 gro-cerie- New Stock, New Styles, H. J. McROBERTS. nv Sklf-aijuhti- NOTICE. Arrivals ! per-so- Dress Goods, China Silks, Velvets, Cental Uotios. 1 DRAPERIES, all-wo- of well-kno- 19-- FOR SALE S'c m 1 olVicia-titiR- HUGHES & TATE. -- ITOTICE The Cash Bargain Store Clothing, Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, e to-da- r, post-offic- e y Largest Best Selected SLIPPERS, cur-tain- s, B. F. JONES & SON. iJ- -i -v-- '.y" mrhiMF-ivimmmm- -- - apipi t y (K i aw. ' ,t'-JHiTr- v 'i ?? '7.t" jr - f i". - fK ' TOTWT i ' I'd havo chopped a hand off before filllH?d mo on tho Bhouldcr by mistake, to my feet go suddenly 113 to up- Interior Journal HAUNTED BY embezzling it. fpt liy tnbl beforo me, and no doubt On that very dav, however, ono of out best customers in New York, who had vcry lino of my faco Strayed fear and Tho apologized, and I pat " Stanford, Ky., - - May 5, 1893 Bj 0HARLE3 B. LEWIS (M. QUAD). happened that waya almost by accident, "uw " ",lu man K1"- paid tlio factory fuori to regain visit. Ho had just """" cleared $28,000 in n ttork deal and natu my comiKisure. Tho harm was done, (Copyright, ISA. by Charles U. IaswJs.1 rally wanted to talk about it. I had kept however. I heard enough to satisfy mo F I wnsoiioof tho coroner's jury impart clear of all sorts of speculation, but when that I was looked upon asafugitivo from cled in tlio caso of an oltl man found tho man had explained his deal to me justice. drowned, itiul as soon na tho mud had and told mo of other speculation in I went to India and thenco to Japan. been washed off his faco I recognized tho which he had cleared handsome sums he I was robbed in both countries, and I unfortunate as a mendicant who had told started tho fever which proved my de- also lost considerable sums by gambling. mo his story several days before. Whilo on tho voyage back to Singapore struction, not It was my intention to graduate ns a way or tholie did and adviso me one I was shipwrecked and lost my last dolThe finest flint bell of New Mexico. No failother, I novcr blamed ure in crops under irrigation if properly attended lawyer, but whilo preparing myself for lar. There was an American consul at him. Had I asked his advico ho tol All fruit grown in California can be grown tW happened to probably havo warned mo not to would Singapore, but I flared not apply to him. Vk. I "Jl fv. in New Mexico, except oranges and lemons. college n circumstanco 'I. v f risk a Land from $ to $30 per aero on 10 yean' time, at change my plans and tho current of iny There were American tourists there, but dollar. 6 per cent. Call on or address. life. Eight or ten of tho leading citizens I had denied my nativity and had no R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S., 1 did not wait to think tho matter Stanford, Ky. of the town in which I lived formed a over. I had invested mv Nivints in renl claim on thorn ns fellow countrvmen. ".t stock company and erected u largo fac- - estate, and of courso I could not sell my Thero wasn't ono single day for tho first i- V:i. vt. fe. ''Ml ..wWV years mat 1 tun not loar arrest, 1 GOING., stock without questions being asked. .IF YOU ARE ?ft,YMWtfiiSr fr Wf M WAIYM iV?T ft m would take tho fiOO I havo referred to. Night never camo without its bitter t or never entered my mind that I might ' flections. When I finally concluded that lo.o it. I should win, of course, and the "'0 factory company had not sought my THE AK . K1:XS money would be returned to tho casli ac- arrest, I was further debased. It hurt mo count. I called it'n temporary loan from to think they would not look upon me as v tho factory. After I had invested it I a scoundrel deserving of prison bars. I am an old man, as you see. It is had twinges of conscience. It wasn't nearly 40 years since my flight. All this exactly dishonest, but it was n breach of timo I havo leen an outlaw from my trust, and I felt degraded. For tho first timo in my life I found it country. I havo never been able to seLOUISVILLE e. NASHVIUC R. R. an effort to look other men square in the cure a iosition of trust. It has seemed face. That should havo been tho turn- jus if every man's hand was against me. Is the line for you, as its ing point. I should havo replaced the I have been commellcd to labor at tho money and taken warning. I lielievo it most slavish pursuits to earn my daily was tho worst thing that could havo bread, and I havo nover mado a friend Make dote connections at mo in timo to bo happened to me that that f'tOO mado ma who did not &UL $2,000 within a fortnight. Did I stop guilty 0 worse than my crime. I havo . A"" LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI there? Of courso not. Tho fact that I wandered over tho faco of tho earth penniless, friendless a man without a had hit it right satisfied me that I had For all points. , tho necessary nervo and acumen, and I country or a homo. A thousand times THROUGH-TICKETSOLD. in these 10 years 1 havo wanted to como BAGGAGE.CHECKED THROUGH reinvested. I mado $1,500 on tho next For any information t jqulre of ' deal, but on tho third was wiped out back here and givo myself up and ask to JOES. HICK. Acent, You can guess what followed. I man- bo punished. . Stanford, Ky Or W. V. PENN, Trav. Pas. Aifent, A year agv I landed in tho United aged to dispose of my stock without susJunction Cut, Ky picion, and it was swallowed almost at u States and mado no halt until I reached the town from which I fled so many gulp. Up to tho first day of Juno on my years ago. Tho factory was wi(ed out ONE OF FXJUTUNE'S TAVORITES. fourth year I had embezzled $10,000 of years ago, thanks to my robbery; tho tory, and when reads to operato I was tho company. My books would bo ex- widows and tho fatherless wero dead or HUSTON VILLE, KY., appointed cashier. I waa then only 20 amined on tlio 1st of July and tho short-ag- o scattered; tho old stockholders not to lx Schedule Dec. 18, 1891. years old. Although my father was one discovered. Flight always follows found; nono of my relatives left I could of the stockholders, it was not on this ac- embezzlement 4 Scicallflo ABWrtu . if tho criminal can get not find n man who even remembered count that I received the appointment away. Robbery precedes flight if thero my crime or had heard my namo menLEAVE NORTON DAILY I had reasons to beliovo that ho opposed 7:00 & m. for Graham, Bluefield, Pocahontai it on tho ground that I was too young is anything left to lay hands on. I had tioned. 1 I had been blotted out of existAnd all stations Flat Top and Pocahontas Diviswas dead to tho world. Hero $5,000 worth of real estate, and I could ence. ions. lacking experience, but THE NATIONAL noon, for Bluefield, Radtord, Roanoke, andtho samo in businessmust havo been have borrowed $3,000 in cash almost whero I hail started out in life with such 12:04 time ho Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Also (via at without comment. Why didn't I do it bright prospects, hero whero I had Hagcrstewn, Harris-urRoanoke) for Washington, pleased at my preferment. and save myself? It never occured to mo brought wreck and ruin to so many, Philadclphiaand New York. I was a popular 3'oung man. Everye they laughed at mo when I wanted to bo BUILDING SLOAN Pullman Sleeping Cars from Lou i to do CAVEATS. body was my friend, and everybody was step, so. When you havo taken tho first put under arrest nnd puuished by tho talk via Norton and Radford; also Radlord 0 TRADI MARKS, tho descent is rapid. Your integrity Shenandoah Junction, also R New York, via kind enough to say that I had a brilliant is DBSIQN PATKNTS. sVflQsS law. ford to Washington; also from Lynchburg to R shattered, and you plan to COPYRIGHTS, atav future beforo me. Somo were disap- your ruin rather than torestoro complete mond. 9 I havo been a wanderer cince a log-gaV.M m.A -. Im wm irrrj ii.tmif-Uyourself. Pocahontas, Powhatan J and GoodTrains tor wnmid pointed when I took tho placo offered I should say living on tho crusts CO. Kl HluiAUWAT. NtW VoME, JMU.N.lf will leave Bluefield daily at 6 10 a m, 8 30 am, 03 It is wonderful how rapidly tho ruin of OldMl burru for aecurlna patent In AmerleO. me, declaring that naturo had intended pmand s 30 pro. Ktcry patent taken nut br us Is trmiadt bnfnr nnd crumbs of charity. I am old and Has declared its Sovonth Annunl Dividend Leave Bluefield 6 10 a m daily for Kenova'and me for a lawyer, but others insisted that a man can be effected under what may Uio puLllo toy a uottoa itcu trco of cbari la Uw u in. bo termed favorable circumstances. Columbus, O. Arrive Columbus q 15 pm In feeble and can scarcely movo about, but at 1'-- per com. por annum Inn dnlar I would develop business talents which Urgrt net dividend that h ever been Additional trains for Welch and intermediate death is 3low in coming. What will it ed nr any mmlUr doing hum, in the stations 0.1 Elkhorn ltivo Bluefield :05pm and would inakfj mo a wealthy man beforo 1 tho courso of four or fivo mouths my degradation was complete. Ono night bo for me? It will bo tlio end nothing Stale 11 h over a naif roilltun dollars nct and 5 so p m daily. Trains arrive at Norton from the East dally at reached tho ago of 30. It is very pleasLarvtstrlrrnlatlnn of any KHpntlflparrln tb last of paved more; a grave in letter's field Loss. world, hplandlitly Illustrated. No Intrllls-nn-l 11 40 p ci and 5 o p m. ant for a young man to realize that ho is toward tho a week June, having roblxnl Do you realizo what tho first Has Never Had a Single man should N without It. Weekly. $3,69 to schedules, rates, tho way for more, 1 or For further information is yrari tUOall months. Addrtw. ilPNNA apply to agents of Norfolk A Western Rail- popular and that everybody wishes him tho safe of $18,000 and fled. I made for falso step led to? That departure from AM Its fur.it are secured bj first liens on Improv &c. UroMsray, .Saw York City. W.B.BEVILL, rdreal-cUwell, and in my caso at least it did not roader to in ti.imy instances the New York and got aboard a sailing ves- tho plain and open path of integrity theastociatian until jirujnrtjr entirelylilies are for Gen. Pass. Agt Roanoke, Vs. paid result in throwing mo off my balance. sel bound for England. About half of which is beforo adl men and leads to 1'hisls tbe larct, mfci and moil ru.prou As Beforo entering on my duties tho presixrutlou in the Stale It dtes not deduct any tho money I took belonged to outsiders honor anil wealth wrecked half a dozen sum hiteer frum for pei.s. dent of tho concern invited mo to an in- who had homes and careers. It outlawed ono who Yit inrti' ulais call on it in tho safo for security. I terview ono day and said: II As" OHIO "James, CHESAPEAKE ruined a grocer, a jeweler and n builder might have filled a chair of state. It Or addrcr HKLMorl' A KICK Locil or C M I'rtaidrnt, Juhn II jou havo been elected to a all honest, upright men. I robbed nn beggared ono who might have had thou-- , Phillips, Ormral i Luuuvlilc Ky . W. CREEN, Prop. very responsible position, and it is usual orphan child 01 a legacy. I took tho last sands to givo in charity. Ito'KHitanco in such cases to exact a bond. You come comes, but it always comes too Intel dollar belonging to a widow with fivo from an honest Philadelphia you to bo an family. All of us believe fatherless children. My father gavo up Th'taMe, which Is run n (nmrdlon wild the honest, straightforward his all and then drowned himself. Tlio wclMliown M)er House, has been supplier! wllh His story affected me deeply. Whilo Baltimore, New York, young man. Thero nro a dozen men in young lady to whom I was to bo married I sat tKmdering over it ho bowed his head A'.Ncw Lot of Horses, Carriages, And all other Eastern Cities. town willing to go on your bond, and for lived out tho rest of her days in an aud wept. What could I say to comfort Butftfies, Wagons, these reasons wo feel secure without any. .Shortest Line between Louisville, Lexington'and asylum. I crippled tho business of him? Thero could bo no sohico for him. .. .i . Eastern Points. Wo shall trust you implicitly. All of us TV) ritroctnt iri.it ,an Ht tTflnf; t ho ?xnr- - s u.m'cr'i Siippl afd it l.riur lhati He was old and feeblo and jonnilefis. I nil tho factory and sent its stock down to GO tupply ttir public with havo knowti you from childhood, and wo lMMivoI(t'I,i:uciU('ittlirlr IN EFFECT NOV. 1, 1S9. and ruined two or threo of my best could make tho next few days a little Oulishoulil mutton. A rrmtln uinrii'iit A prrpsi havo no fear that you will go wrong." I gain by it all? brighter for him, and I slipped n bill iuto eflVct U 011I r mjiiiiT I. lull' Tlny HIUS OK ALL K1ND8. friends. And did EAST BOUND. Lve. Lexington Trust me? Why not? Had I found a I had figured, what men seem to under his trembling hand and went away withI.lvor Till urn pn jiureil with yxjclul as all '7.11pm No. 21, daily I'rrwinal ami poo ptattcntieri pmMii Weddings 'Atlantic Eprc loir.s to tlio pcrtnuixMit r.ro of MldUnd Accommodation, No. 16. ex. Sun..n. 40.1m dollar billon tho street I should not havo the circumstances, that with my capital out a word. I did not know what to say. I'aitits Jtul llurtals COSTIVENESS and HEADACHE. 6.10pm rested content until making every effort Vestibuled Express, No 24. daily 1 I was n hundred I V (.KF.FN. bteps away, CaTlmyaro inllclimil rctmJri Inthu yt-Mr. Sterling Accom., No. 28, ex. Suu. 5.jpm to restore it to tho loser. I could not re- I would go into business abroad and in When AI. Ill HNS, Manager I'ropiitior. tern until tliryn"ton tlinllvor, raiiMj paused aud looked back. He had not timo make restitution. . n.itunil tliiwuf lilnunl lliolr tonlo member of ever having told a lie. I reWESTBOUND. Arr. Lexington: I wanted to go back, and yet ( moved. jrit'rtl-lmp.ir- t Ixur-iMittrrto tlio garded a thief with even mora horror DO YOU WANT TO ADOPT A HAUVl Lexincton Accom., No 7,ex Sun to mmmn iitiliralthv nrriiinnla- what could I havo Kiul to bring him 11.40pm Louisville Express No. 31, dally (iixii! npji.'tlto inn) lii;ktiiin s. than a murderer. To havo mado mo furSlnyNi you think IhU Is n now limine, peace of mind? Lexington Accom. No. 15, ex Sun Otlotis. frntut tin Hoi iri.irnllttIiilll't.C9 4 ypm ' wuiiliiiKOutUiblwiinnppllailldii.ltlmaUfii ......6.10pm nish a bond would havo been only busiVestibuled Express No: 33. daily I'rltVt'Mc Olllnv.UUI'iirkk'laoo.S'.V. "It's an easy job," tho coroner said its n ilonn Iiefnrti, tinwt'ViT. liut iicvit lmvi tli(wt ness in ouo sense, and yet in another it wo viewed the body. "He's an old vag Solid Vestibuled Train with Dining Cars. N tiiniNlicI Imtii i iiour tlio oiiirlnnl Mirnpli-i- i ttils oni would havo implied a distrust of my bus tranfers l.tirnti lmli-willI nclulin, W.SI t who got tired of life and decided to end th.il'i tilt wivi-itThrough Slpers from Lexii.glon without honesty which would havo been gall and niwT' ThU it. No money, no iNi'iem, no identity. littles ttliirlc-ibanire. rntfnivfnir run bIvb you bum fauit kluu of tliociquWIcorlk-rnul- . (.' B RYAN, wormwood to me. Am I egotistical? H.W. FULLFR, It'aactuonf 'found drowned unknown.' Ass't Gen. Pass. Agt., Gen. Pass. Agt, No. Each ono knows himself the best. Please hurry up, as I want to got him Washington, D. C. Cincinnati. 'lflBaasw If men truthfully declaro themselves under ground this afternoon!" thieves, robbers and embezzlers, and tho daily court records prove that they do, " Mother' Friend " is a scientificT,ii Alkali f Arl'auii. then why criticiso others for asserting ally prepared Liniment, every ingreTlio curious alkali pots or geysers aro that they cannot bo tempted to steal? dient of recognized value and in near.SU'iu's piss, tho birthplace of the For three years all went well in tho constant use by the medical proApaches, and it is a fitting placo for iWSf:) factory. As a matter of fact, 1 did defession. These ingredients are com' them too. Whenever I havo looked at . . 'T Tl r velop a talent for financiering, and thoso bined in a manner hitherto unknown this grim and ghastly region I havo not jffiBli!' who had predicted well for mo were not wondered that tho Attaches aro savage. 'T disappointed. After tho Grst year the va ! ir 'sx In the distance tho country is as white capacity was increased, and at tlio end (but for some opalliko spots) as though of tho third year wo were abloto declaro melted lard had been poured over it. It a dividend of 12 percent. That jumped is as snow and hard us plaster. HB c'k our stock way above par. In tho threo l Ev .taaaVawaai'i .Jtjj WILL DO all that is claimed for It is almost as jslippery, too, as glass. years my salary was increased threo it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor, Thero are no ilourliko splotches anytimes, and tho semiannual examination ml' .aMVaSBBBBBslsBBBBBnarQHk! where, and tho wind does not carry tho Pain, Diminishes Danger to of my books and accounts proved everyBaVMBMBaMaSBBBBBrMnrlsnBl Life of Mother and Child. Book curious whiteness iuto tho air. All that thing right to a cent. At tho beginning is to be seen is alkali and its effect. Tlio o" Mothers "mailed FREE, conof tho fourth year, when there was anTwenty mllesthe Shortest to taining valuable information and reservoirliko places in tho dazzling 1JA18T." other issuo of Btock, 1 was presented voluntary testimonials. whito aro actual reservoirs of alkali wawhich wo prorxwo to scnil to jnn, trnnKpor-tiitlo- u with $5,000 worth and tho thanks of tho paid Tlio llttJo darllnir rcatanuulnit ter. Somo of them aro but as largo us a nt by tiprtss on receipt of price 11.60 per VtU a pillow, unil U In tlio net or drawing off lu board of directors for my untiring IRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Ga. HE WAS OLD AND FKEULE AND PENNILESS. bucket in diameter, while others are 30 pink sock, tlio mutoof which nw bon pullrnl Chlcsgo, Michigan Points, St. Louis, aud sterling honesty. Wnsn't that BOLD BY ALL DHUUOI8T8. ntt ami Hunt ifliio with a trlumphnnt coo. Cleveland, Buffalo, Detroit, Whilo tho captain of tho vessel had or 10 feet across. Thu Uwhtlnu aro iKjrfect, and thuryt-- follow a thing to bo proud of? I had a social Indianapolis and the West, I havo strung 100 feet of riatas togethyou, no mnttT whom you stand. taken mo as a passenger, I soou discovNe n England, Canada, standing second to none, and during tho tUU grcatt mlntinit of er and dropped it in and found no botI was en- ered that ho looked on mo as a suspect tom. last month of tho third year Mil UhurIi (tho most cclchroted or modem Neither cattle nor horses nor any pnlntiTHof Imby liri)aru to l (riven to ttioeo Tho company did not seek my nrrest, gaged to tho beautiful and accomplished living thing, so far as I know, will ever wlio KUtHcrlbo to Domori'Ht' Family Maim Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, daughter of our president. When I but even beforo wo sighted tho shores of touch tho water. They daro not, for a Ino for IMtl. Tho rvprodiK'tlonii cannot lx Quickest time to Harrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky. England I felt like a hunted wolf. I retold from tho orllnal. which com ), anil Richmond, (VIRGINIA. Shortest atid went iuto his privato office ono day to nro tho wmu slzo il7tii Inchoat. Tho tmt.y In mouthful of it would kill. About tho Quickest line to mained in Liverpool a month. In two broach tho subject, ho met mo with: liro iw, and utwoiutely lifelike. Wo unvo pots aud largo reservoirs aud scatalkali also In propuratlon, to present to our aul- "Thero, James, I know what you havo instances I sought to go into business. I tered over tho lava rocks, hot in tho orioorM durlnjr 1HWI, other irrrat tiltiur hr . . come for, and I frankly confess that lam had tho monoy, but who was I whero blazing sun, aro tho different forms ,i siicliiirtlslan i crvjr .noniii, jiauii.,. llilinpliroy, of wero my credentials who could vouch I.OIIH mid other nr wnrlil.iil. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS thro' with pleased aud satisfied. Nellio is ono of rvmiwii. Tnko ouly two oxamtilea of what out change via Chattanooga, Birmingham, Merid- tho best girls in all this world, and I for me? I know that a detective fol- tho cactus, and among nil at times may wo did iliirlinr tho pant yiur, " A Vurd of ian, making direct connections en route for Knox lowed mo for a couplo of days. I know bo Been mottled reptiles crawling lazily nnd "A Wlilto Ilouso Onhld" by tho know you will make her happy." ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the in tho heat. San Francisco Examiner. wlfoof llarrfeon, aud you will sco ' Taken all around, could any young that tho peoplo at tho hotel thought mo whiitotir pniiuUcs mean. CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. queer. Even my efforts to ut Thoso who siitwcri bo forDcmorrat'a Family man havo asked for more. I was in tho DrjliiK Sheets mid Tablecloths. Slajjiuluo for ISO will potww a gallery of leading to wealth and honor, and I easo doubtless told against me. I went works of art of Krcat alup, beside a is a good plan, always considered of A SURE and CERTAIN CURE Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming path It At Chattanooga for to Paris, and within threo days after my Jlutcuilno that cutmot bo cquulcU by rtny In ton. Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah could not blarao other young men who courso whether timo and strength will known for IS years as the REST tho world for Its beautiful Illustrations and Brunswick, Lake City,Thotnasvil!e aud FLORI envied mo and sarcastically referred to arrival I was robbed of $12,000. When allow, to take linen sheets and tablesubject mntter, Unit will krepovcryono postREMEDY FOR PILES. DA points. I went to complain, I was asked to identho topics of al on alldllorent lU'tns tho day, and aUtbo The only line running solid Vestibuled trains with me as one of fortuno's favorites. The tify myself cloths from tho lino when about half rr.r4 kj BinuKnsoi aiioiri's ct bt. tons. fads und I was doing abroad what of Interest about the Pullman Boudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to St. beginning of my downward career was a household, besides funiliulnjr interesting dry, shako them and smooth them out, Augustine without change lor any class of very simplo circumstance, or rather two if the monoy belonged to me. I could fold them onco over and hang them over mora u qi'AiiiTT. rcadlnir matter, both irravo and ray, fort ha gers or baggage. ISTHQCaUTT. wliolo family: and while Demo rent's is not not admit that I was an absconder, and Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur circumstances in one. a fashion Muirnzlne, Its faahlon imires are perFlorence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. therefore tho robber was allowed to en- tho lino without any stretching or pullIn looking over the safe one day I fect, and wo kIvo you, free of emt, all the patShortest and quickest to Anniston, Selma, Moing. A couplo of pins nt a little distance terns you wish to uo durlnir tho yenr, aa4 bile. Direct connections made at NEW ORcamo across a package of $500, which joy his plunder unmolested. In liny alio you choose. Bend In jour subfrom either edge will keep them in placo. lit Berlin I met Americans from New LEANS without omnibus transfer for Galvertaa hud been mislaid by my assistant. It scription at onco, only 12, aad you will really Houston, Austin, This gives more lino room, which is often pet over $25 In value. Address the publ Wier. was just after an examination of my York, Chicago, Philadelphia and St. greatly needed anil allows tho pieces to V. Jenn rigs Domorcst. 15 Bast 14th Ht, New TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. books, and the examination had been so Louis that is, I could havo met them, ork. If you are unacquainted with tb did not daro to. I did not oven daro dry in much better shaio. but Miicutlno, seud 10 cents lor a specimen copy. The cnlr through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, viuch a matter of form that this money, to admit that I was an American. I beMany laundresses seem to think that xcsrs:c Miss., Shreveport. La., making direct connection! paid in weeks before, had not been without omnibus transfer for Dallas. Fort Worth. missed. You may say we had rather a came acquainted with a German invent- clothes may be flung on tho line iu any Austin, San Antonis, El Paw and points in way whatever, wrinkled, folded or Iooso system. I admit it. Find me a or aud loaned him $3,000 on what apil nfl wnith mi ,.....u (nil for i . S lll.lllliuiii. of Inrely mmlo .i... forty TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. placo where tho cashier is not under peared to bo good security. When I twisted, as tho caso may ho, but this finality, sliiiiil niiislu of tlio latest, most pun. found this security worthless and threat- means just so much additional work bonds and is implicitly trusted, and I'll iiluruud suirkiiiii aud vocal luatrumeiilal for through rates, correct county maps and tu show yon that same careless system. ened him with tho law, he only laughed when ironing day comes. Things that t plocus(allioilun up liitheiuostelejantninn-! stvfoiraition call on Agent at Junction City. Ky are done right in tho first place savo Has led all Worm Remedies. iicr. lncludliig lour lartio uo portraits, vlai Curiiiuncita. tlia Bp.inlsh dancer; l'aderswakl Things are cureless because ho is strictly at mo aud told me to go ahead. He was much labor and perplexity as well ns not W. D. C'OZATT. Taddrest iiii)Kreaiusipianisi; Auciiu rati), aim Mrs. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Trv. Pass. Agt., Jnnction Cily.Ky honest, or becauso he is dishonest and satisfied in his own mind that there was Dion llouclcault, the popular beauty. Ad-- ; D. O. EDWARDS. D. MILLER, something wrong about me. Ono day a liflo wear and tear of tho articlos dress all orders to NKW VOUK MUSICAL wants to cover up shortages. The findSOLD EVERYWHERE. G. P AT. A., Traffic Mangr., onwuwsr ueairo nuiiains, a. x. pt. ion. r whilo I was in a public restaurant a man themselves. Now York Ledger. Cincinnati. rrsrt4 r BiCHaBMoi Mntmit ing of that money was no temptation to A rtTfvnii ,m Semi-Weekly 1 CUE. me. spig iKomfc &u jjvr father W. WALTON. . Th. Paooa Volley. ' -- WirjMi I I I 2 Tv. , I J 'Ai,wxumyLr - NORTH WEST, &&1M re-I- WCNiW r Jl. Tf wemmii0 ,wAim JllWIfl J ? Xtofl Double Daily Trains Hiis-ie- fa S ??4j&waeUislr'7o C&rn? rr7ttt ?ZJ?L&y xs&6 ?f NWNorfolkiWesiernRA J'AKCES Fi.Arc'ivi. ASSN Of Louisville, Ky., 3F3E1" ( EL, AMyfra g, MjFkJ 0--v r, V" JW- ( .1- 1 'Mtttific 31 forget-fulnes- s. Jewati tt 111 I myeks iiorsi; & & RAILWAY. Washington, MITER V ST ABLE 08900C0Q90 ) in-sa- Toff's -- TWIsf 1 ei F1KST-CI.AH- S A Q I MSV && ' fiOOOGOCOOl CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY! t - -- u nmjmW y vSi iHS5 m. u CINCINNATI, 'i dlSff' &'$ H7? '. "MOTHERS' -. yV-auEt'jsfaaMaVT ' -.. V e FRIEND" vigi-lanc- o Thoexoiil-altcn'pnHluctlont- New York, Boston. tabler'spii c bugkeyeTILC OINTMENT NEW ORLEANS.. CABOMNAS, 1 lnn-ilw- ," I'ro-ld- ap-ie- pas-e- n WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS rt VERMIFUGE ; m-u- si r.nsn '- - t vv f r ft- - - i 4mi-Week- Nothing sneonods liko success, nntl n BEAUTIES OF SPIIINO. "A fine old Kcntlcmnn!"-yo- u know tho sort youny man in Detroit in in a fair way to itli courtly airraid jiort: Stanford, Ky .May 6, 1R93 Iirovo tho truth of tho axiom if norsovpr NATURE'S TINTS THE OASIS OF MOST In dress ftvstldloui'ti) euti'"iue'iilnl tlm l.i t fwr. rce, nnco ia any niini of rt duck's nest. He But favorlns'tylos of torto, iint century; SPRING FABRICS. Ono to whom nil tho lmst mlulit liohlwai aweet, liaH ljceii in lovo with a Jrirl for a lotm Olil saws, old Jokes ho lltcd on Chestnut 10 c. wa WON, time, the bus, Managor minds antl thoro has been notlouht inthat Alir of Itoea ItrdtvlviM Mreet of their rospectivo friends I.IrIiI UroniH All things to bygone stnwltirils be referred, kIio ly Interior Journal Love's IVrnetrrunco. FIN DE SIECLE FUN. Turnpike Election. The annual meeting of the atockholdera of the Turnersrillf., McKInney & Cofley't Mill Turnpike Hftad Co will be held at McKlDtiey nt Saturday in May, i8j, nt a p. in. for the purpose of electing a President and Hoard of Directors for the enduB. K. OOODE, I'rei. ing jeir, it, THE ADVOCATE Ccrnea to you every other day la the year lor only $3 Thechrapeit and ben piper in Kentucky. 50c geta it three mon tin. Address Tim Advocatk, Danville, Ky. f. STRAUD, JH. I? Special Bargains SPRING - MILLINERY, KJR CASH IOK NEXT xo DAYS ONLY, MISSLICCIE HEAZLKY'S, Stnfud,Ky that ovonimr ho was soing to aslr. Iter aKain. At midnight when ho returned ho was so cheerful that his friend hardly iCojiyrlk'ht. thought it necessary to auk him about his success, but ho did. IIu bhook ltis head. "What! Sho didn't refuse you, did she?" on "Yes." Not long ago ho told his roommnto that lias reftiHttl liini moro times than one, In Vtii Oneo atore Tlio Now I'amaola I.nrur, but I'nill mid Nut Much Protection ARitlnat the Sun. 1E03, by Amerlcnn Press Aocla-llo- n. "That's too bad. By Jove, I'd let her go." Commercial McKINNEY, KY. I Hotel, Hotel at Mc "It'sall right," said tho miitor confidently. "I didn't oxjK'ct any better luck. U'h tho thirteenth timo l'vo asked her, and of course sho wouldn't accept. I've got an oin'ii field now before mo, and you bet I'll have her yet." Detroit Free Press. Tliu llrutet vAtJHii lT3 If 1(1 ii-- 1 1 1 !& J1' VWs- harmonize so IVlL?" well with the spring V' STfir ,,r,S I beauties in tho way of goods, wo also owo a dobt of gratitudo to tho designers of tho beautiful tints that now obtain and which F SPRING has brought usiiiiuiy And "the old school" wns bis fumlllar word. IIo loved to kIIio nt "thin degenerate due," rirlnx somo spcclul volleys at our Mdtfo, Cltlnic tho elder Ilootb, Mn ready, Kcun, With lesser llirbts bis favored eyci bnd eecn. Thus nt bis club the oldest in the town Mfo's dolly doliiRS met Ids nightly frown, Until his friends, n low their nntlenco rnn, llesolved to trap tho "lino old Kentlcmiin." So on n night when bo was at lilt worst And tho whole modern universe necursed, When dinner, served as olden times approved. Was under way, the soup but Juit removed A well Instructed steward brouRht tho flsh. Tho "flno old Kcntlcman" es.ajed tho dish. Then, nil nt cook nnd waiter both, IIo Merccly launched ft fine old fahhloncd oath, Whereat tho servant, bowing humbly, said, "Tho dish for your especial taste wns made. For" with a wink nt tlwo who cIiomj blra st Turnpike Election. The annual meeting of tho stockholder: of the Creek Turnpike Co on the 1st Saturday in May, 1803, at 3 p m, for the purpoto of electing officer! fur the eniuing 15 W. I). VVKATHERFORD, Pres. T. r.CLSBKB Iluitonvllle .V Carpenter's will Ic held at Huitouville STRAXJB & CO., PRACTICAL.... Plumbers and Steam Fitters. Turnpike Election. meeting of the stockholders of tho Stanford St Turnpike Co. lor tho election ol a I'rettdent and Hoard of Directors for the ensuing year win Le neiu at .Mclormack Mayo, iBoj W. W. McKITTIHCK, I'rei. A e Dealers in all kinds of Iron and Brass Goods for steam and water. Sanitary Goods or all kinds. All work guaranteed against defective material and wjimiuausuip. 57 J. H. ZKILTOIISr CiROWLAND, KY., GROCERIES DEALER filN HARDWARE, Cigars and Tobacco. Ohla River Salt for sale by the barrel.f. Will take country produce in exchange for goods at market price. I am also agent for the old reliable Hrodhead Tobaccos and will keep a full line of these goods in stock, and all I nsk of the merchants of Stanford and Rowland is to give me their orders and I will put the goods in their houses at Factory prices. Thanking the public for liberal patronage, I ask a coutlnuonce of same, and remain your obedient icrvant. s,.iyr J. If. HILTON, "That mackerel, sir, wns ono of 'tho old bchool.' " -- Life A Domeatlo KjiUodr. tool Turnpike Election. The itockholders of the Stanford V Huitonville Turnpike Koad Co. will hold their annual election May, 1893. .not5 rn,d shoet Kinney and have attached a Pirst-Ola- ss hive bought above Mentioned Bar and Pool Room. :, l!i Have repaired and refurnished the Hotel and am belter than ever Prepared to Accomraodato the Public. Hpxrul attention to Commercial Men. P. JV. GREEN. 1'ror.rictor. JOE CARSON, Manager. H.K.iW.(fi'rtH. u' ., SM tc, FMWIU i IMkJ ) fe&JSff tVhfTm -- U "Dees lo write to yon regularly since you liecamo engaged)" "No. Sometime I only get one letter a day." Life. A ItcpriMif. Dinah waH a colored f Old Aunt woman, who had a remarkably Mrong voice ami tmch "glory" Jcsso Thompson's Barber Shop, wouldaHcingImjand cryalovo all withrest of heanl vigor to tho 1 here are three of the belt llarbers tn the Stale tho congregation, but fho was of an 'I here are alio exrlli-n- l Bath Komt run In con"saving" diapOMition. nection. A(fiil lor I cilngton Strain Laundrv It was tho custom at tho meetings of tho church sho attended to take tip " culliH'tion dnring the singing of tho hymn, "Fly Abroad, Thou Mighty GoH'ir in tlio midst of which Aunt This notice- foiewarnt hunters, rUhrrruec an Dinah always threw back her head, others not to treipais on our lands without at all suvh will c proteculed to the lu'i chwed ly.'r eyes and s;uig away at tho top est t stent of the law. Signed: of her lungs till tho plato had uinel her M. I.ACKOWIIV. by. T. I). NEW LAN I). W H. HAYS. Tho collector, who wan a man of plain O. C I.YUN. stH'cch, observed this habit of tho old FRED tl At' MANN K I. whim:. woman', and ouu evening when hu canto MRS M A MARTIN to her niit hu stopjed short, and surveyI DECK, J ing her nipt countenance said bluntly: "Look Aunt Dinah! What's do good ob yo' an 'Fly Abroad, Thou Mighty Gospel,' ef yo" doan' gib utilllii to iiiakn her lly?" You til's CoiniMiuion. ATini'w-ionar- y POSTED. I - I has M'ldom brought together two such iucougruowi mates as in this story. Mr. K. J. ItoweW, Med font, Star.., sajs her sick, but was Little Barbara bad cured of Scrofula by tho uso mother ha having lad convalescent. if four bottles ot KKKfl after "Are you my doctor?" sho said, wakiiittch other tira EsEjESl ient, and twine i reduced tf cjulto.i low condition of health, as It ing up suddenly and finding a strange lady at her liedsido. was thought ho cuuld nut the. "No, dear," said tho strango lady, "I of heredi-- i RV93 Tn red my Utile boy tary scrofula which ap- - am your trained nurse." "Ah, that's exclaimed tho littae. For I cared all over bU V$ tle girl. "1 shall liko you very much. n) ear I had when finally Trained nurse," she continued, jiointing of bla to acago hanging near tho window, "let I Kan Induced mums vJJ mo introduce you tomj1 trained canary." A few ho " ttlea cored him, and no rjruptomsof tho iIIh'.iso remain. St. Paul Ulolx-- . Im-oW-e- CURES SCROFULA Training will do many things, but it Tho of ii Klml. fcSTtcoxerj, L. I Miu. T. tlloo-lai- MATlirtt. Matbervllle, Miss. Swijt sraciricmI1l Cc.AUuts.Gs. Skin OurrxMk on DtMi.rt f,r. KiplltllM'll. tho tender green of tho springing tfrass, tho purplo of tho violets, tho gold of tho daffodils, and tho bluo of tho and tho delicato color of the lilac. And besides theso wo have rose leaf pink, njiplo blossom and tho poetic ashes of roses. Ashes of roses has sprung into a sudden jxjpularity, as it well deserves to, for a lovelier shnde was never produced. Thcro is a blending of a dozen shades in it jrcarl, white, pink, blue, violet, and ashes over all. It is tho handsomest in broadcloth and cashmero, but it is more jKM'tic in plain challis or crejKJ do chino. To 1k its handsomest it needs to bo solf trimmed that is to say, to have plain bias ruffles, folds or pinked flounces of tho samo material, all lightly gathered and suierp(VHed. I f.ive an illustration of a gown mnde of ashen of roses cashmere, with five pinked flounces over sapphire bluo velvet, but if tho velvet wns to bo replaced by cahmoro it would 1 a moro elegant gown at least to my taste. It is trimmed with velvet ribbon lows and ends. Tho ashes of roses goes better with soft rush green than any other color, though soino affect tho voyanto magenta. Another new color is seen in cloth and light spring woolens, nml that is a palo mull color with a hint of green somewhere. Browns aro quite ixipular in the spring wools, but only in tho lightest and most delicate shades. I took particular notice of one beautiful brown dresH which a friend of mine bought as a compliment to my taste. It had three folds at tho lrottom and was walking length and only three yards and a half around tho bottom. Tho waist had made of folds narrowing in at tho waist lino and simply stitched. To wear with this and other equally haudsomo gowns my friend had a royal purplo velvet Husniau hlouso coat with a full front, tho whole trimmed with gold galloon and passementerie. Tho hat was of gold and purplo velvet. The costume might seem to 1h too brilliant, and a year or so ago would havo lcen considered rank heresy in color, but now it calls forth only notes of admiration. Tho now parasols to carry with tho dainty summer gowns and for carriages are more than Wautifnl. They aro iiiadu of the most delicate and flimsy material and decorated with yaids utwii yards of gathered lace, mostly white. Somo of them aro made of tho now bayadere striied silk, which brings tho stripes around like borderiugs, and at tho edges of theso and around tho top spike aro ruffles of accordion plaited silk, tho pattern becoming accentuated by the closeness of the stripes. Other parasols havo n foundation of pink or maize colored mull, with a smother of fine whito laco over them. Some aro of regular milliner's net, with white mull drawn over it, and over thib exquisite black chantilly laco bre-telljwr-foot "lesr said tho doctor, stifling a yawn nnd looking nt his watch. "Havo you Injured it in any way)" "OJi, no; but it pains constantly, and I can hardly get my shoe on." "Too small?" suggested tho doctor, glancing cautiously in tho direction of his patient's feet, which were invisible. "No, doctor; my shoes are twico too largo for me." "Perhaps that is the trouble?" suggested tho doctor, looking as if ho was trying to believe it. "It is only ono foot that is affected." "Perhaps you would better seo a said tho doctor. "Oh, no, indeed. It's much moro serious than that. I can't imngino what it is, but it is really very painful." "And you say you havo not injured it, mailame?" "Never. You sco, I've not been in a railroad accident or a runaway, or been run over by an electric car, or anything. I did drop a sadiron on it ono day when I was ironing, but it couldn't havo been that could it?" "Well, I never!" said tho doctor, as ho wroto out a prescription in Latin for mustard liniment. "Of all sad things in life a sadiron is tho saddest, nnd tho most fatal." Detroit Free Press. "I called," said tho lady patient, looking round with a mysterious manner, "to consult you, doctor, about my foot." for a President and Hcnrci of Directors at school-houTurnersville, at a p. n. the 1st Saturday in J F. CASH. Pies. Turnpike Election. A meeting of the stockholders of Knob Lick, McCormacts & Turnersville Turnpike Co. will be held at McCormacks May 6th, 1893, at 3 p. m. for the purpose cf electing ctficers for the emulng year. J. V. GOVKIl. Pre. THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., TurnpikclElection. The annual meeting ot tho itockholders of the Stanlord & Halls Gap Turnpike Iload Co far the election of a President and Hoard oi Directors for the ensuing year will be held at Vandeeer's Hotel, renovated store In Stanford on the 1st Satnrday in May, '93, in This charge and I intendand refurnished, Is now my at a p. in. J. E. LYNN, l'res. aoi only maintain its high to conduct it so as to reputation, but to add :o its long list ol friends. Special accommoda tions for commercial travelers and fine rooms for a uupioy ot samples, JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. Turnpike Election. The annual meeting lor the rejection of a President and Hoard of Directors for the Knob Lick Turnpike Co. will be held at the First National Hank of Stanford the 1st Saturday in May, 1S93, and stockholders are hereby notified. CLIFTON FOWLKR, Pres. IS A!First-Clas- s Vnd 3"-t- Saloon BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached f JOSEPHjCOFFKY. ..TAKE THE.. Turnpike Election. The shareholders of the Hanging Fork & Green River Turnpike Ri ad Co. will meet at Ware's store In Mc Kinney on the 2d Saturday In May, 1893, at a p. m. for the purpose of electing a President and Hoard of Directors for the ensuing rear J. W.GIVENS.Pres. IS -- (DrtOUISVIllt MtWAlgAltYl CHIMCORrff- 42i i- THE POPULAR AND DIRECT LINE TO Turnpike Election. syrhe stockholders ol the Rush Branch Turnpike Road Co arc notified to meet at Hubble 1st Saturday in May, 1893, to elect a Hoard cf. Directors for the ensuing year 15 CMIOAQ(09 And POINTS AhkYou Goinu? If so getjjposted ahead and go the best w ay. Tho World's Fair opens May 1, and from; the South and Southerq Ohio, the route via C. H. & I), oilers tho most advantages both in The stockholders or the Hustonvllle A Coffey's comfort and points of interest. B. The C. MillTurntdkc R.ad Co. will meet at Dr. Brown's office in Hustonvllle 1st Saturday in May, 1S93, at II. A D. in connection with tho Monon a p. in to electa President and Hoard of Directors (J. C LYON, Pres for the ensuing year. is the only line running Pullman' trains with dining-carbetween B. Castleman. A. G. Lanhan Cincinnati and Chicago. Tho unequall- John ed Eerviee of this route has earned for it tho tftlo of tho "World's Fair Iloute." Purchase tickets via the C. II. & 1). For rates, and full information call on or sddress any O. II. & D. agent or K. O McCormick, (J. P. A T. Agt., "World's Fair Boute," L'OO W. 1th, Street, Cincin, nnti, O., Send 20 cents in stamps to the latter address nnd receive a panoramic view, five feet lone, of Chicago ami the World's Fair, showing relative heights of buildings, Ac. BARBEE&CASTLEMAJS ALL Turnpike Election. WJEJST ,.And. ITOBTM "WEST. WORLD'S FAIR Visitors, remember the Monon is the line, with Ves'tlbu'ed Trains, Dining Cars, Palace Chair Cars, Pullman iluflet Sleepers, at lowest rates. For information address IAS. BARKER, O P. V. G. CRUSH. D. P, Chicago. Louisville vesti-bille- d s ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, Insurance Company, The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Chronic Disease Specialist in the State. Low Bates. On account of 1 the Na GOOD PAY ! FOR GOOD WORK! r Mrs. Growler Now, grocer, you have charged me for things l'vo never hud. What do you mean by such items as one handful of raisins, ono pocketful of almonds, two uiouthfuls of brown sugar -e- For Ladies or Gentlemen ! Grocer It means, Mrs. Growler, that ladie what will bring their children with them when they do their marketin has got to pay for all they gots. Harper's Bazar. Ill llutf. I have recently inherited $100,000, mid I should liko to go on tho stage. Can you h? tional Convention Republican Lcsgue Clubs tickets will be sold at J fares to Louisville and return, tickets on sale May 10th to Kith. On May to 17th inclusive tickcts,!to Glasgow Junction will be sold at one fare fori, the round-trip- , with SI L'Ondded for round-trifrom Glasgow Junction to Mammoth Cave, good returning May 21st, on account of tho 1th annual Conclave of Knights Tern-la- r of Kentucky at Mammoth Cave May 17th and ISth. The round-tri- p rate from Junction City to Mammoth Cave will be $1 AS; from Stanford it will bt $5.35. W. W. Benn, T..P. A., L. & X., Junction City. p Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. W. A. TIUBBLE, Local Agcmt, STANFORD, KY. Country Frcduoe. We will pay cish for country produce ol every on Depot Avenue. We kind at our store-rooaHo will run our wagon regular every week to collect same in the country. CRAIG & WALLS. sliK" J. 'iP Bt Carriage Fainting & Trimming $5 to $500 Cash! According to results ncconiplMicd ; in udditiou to a liberal coniinibbiou of twenty per cent. Aim Distinguished Amateur (to manager GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS. placoine? Manager Oh, yes. Distinguished Amateur In an impor taut part? Manager Very; financial backer.-Tni- th. Worm unit AVorae. Ciikap Bates. On the occasion of the I am again all kinds of meeting of the Louisville Jockey Club, 1'alntiug and ready to do (.an be found at Carriage I rimming uaugti May 10 to U) inclusive, the Queen and erlv s shop. ready to serve the public promptly ana wen. Crescent and Ixmisvillo Southern will 4 JOHN II. DeNARDI, Stanford. sell tickets to Louisville from all stations THOMAS YEAGER in Kentucky, commencing May D and JAMES YEAGER. selling daily up to and including the VEAGEK & morning trains arriving at Louisville May 1!, at the low rate of li fare for the L! round-trip- , HU AND SALE S7ASLS, good to return till May 20 These races will he of exceptional interSTANFORD, E.Y. est and a large attendance is solicited by the Association. For further informa- "We are in our new stable in the Opera Houst Block and are well supplied w ith tion apply to local acentB, 6r to D. G. Edwards, G. P. A , Cincinnati, O. NEW RIQS AND HORSES S. APPLEMAN M. D., THE CELEBRATED English. Specialist, Formerly Piolessorof Practice of Medicine, YEAGER, Electrical Medical College, TORONTO, CANADA, Now Uxamln.ng Physician of the mi, Southern Medical Institute, LOUISVILLE, KY. y Impossibilities or Uncertainties. Every thing Fnir, Honorable, Plain and Positive. No Seo programme in tho tho hall is worth $10 a month. This oik is better ventilated and rents for $S0. Prospect ivo Tenant Ah, so you've got down to charging for air, eh? Chicago Tribune. Heller Thau it ant through tho flat) Tho room acrosi Landlord (showing a prostoctivo ten Mnittjuokrt. Weekly Enquirer of our Fourth Allium Coutc&t umong Agents for largest clubs. 1ST An Agency for tho Weekly Attendant This is our most dan: ,'er- ous maniac, madam. Visitor I lo seems quiet enough now. Attendant Oh, yes. Ho has on a dressing sack that his grandmother made for him. Brooklyn Life. No Tliiin Naturally theso frail though quite largo parasols aro small protection to against tho sun, but they make beautiTravers I've got around Enquirer is a profitable business. It is get n new customer to rustlotailor. nnd ful nebulous backgrounds for tho faco, for my and they cast a shade over tho featurw Dashaway What for? tlio best school in tho world to prcparo that is always lieneficial. They are Travers His bill is almost duo. one for a businces contact with tho Clothier and Furnisher. dainty trifles, but they go very far toward making up tho oft sung beauty of to business public, a stcpping-feton- c the summer girl. A Heinliiiler. qualification and future prosperity. I must mention ono fact I have noHe I've bought you a pet monkey to ticed, nnd that is that there is an unusual iiiuuso you, darling. Wo want good Agents to solicit for She Oh, how kind of yon! Now I amount of real laco seen upon millinery. Tho inducements axe shan't miss you when you're away. Pick On ono largo poke shaped hat alone there subscriptions. was a falling frill of beautiful point lace Me Up. extra good. nearly threo inches deep, which was A Possibility. gathered so that it certainly held two ENQUIRER COMPANY, Miss Withers I'll never marry. yards. It drooped over tho face. The Miss Prime Don't say that. Some hat was covered with velvet and jon CINCINNATI, O. one may leave you a fortune somo day. quils. HiixitiETTE Rousseau. Life. Now York. . .... It isn't In the ordinary way that Dr Pierce's Favorue Prescription comes tothe weak and who It. It's laid on smooth. Under tho scallops at with words merely; needsmedicine guarantetd. Not can male claims any tho edge is a plaited ruffle of whito crepo and promises, what is dune with the Faonte Prescription is this: if it fails to benefit or cure, in lisso overlaid by narrow but very fine any case, your money is returned. Can sou ask chantilly. any better proof that a medicine will do what it Thcro aro somo honiton point para- promises?invigorating, restorative tonic, a sooth-n- g It an sols, with pink or silk beneath, and strengthening uerinc, and a certain remedy lor the ills and ailments that beret a woman. and some of other whito lace, fcut tho tn"fem!e complaints" of every kind, periodical proferenco seems to bo for tho lightest pains, internal inllammation or ulceration, bearing-dow- n sensations and all chronic weaknesses and and airiest possiblo effects. Two or threo wero mado of delicately tinted irregularities It Is positive and complete cure. To every tired, overworked woman, and to ev printed muslin, with tho borders gath- ery weak, nervous and ailing one, it is guaranteed to bring health and strength. ered or phiited for ruffles. SPUING COSTCMIS. tt II tve been purchased and notUng but rnouts will leave the stable. 37 first-cla- n Will be at Myers House, Stanford Tuesday, May 23, one day only. Returning every four weeks during the year. Dr. Applcman is a graduatrcf Hellcvue Hospital Medical College, New York Cny, and the Elec-ricMedical College, Toronto, Canada. He has aade a special study tit the diseases he treated in the great Rellevue and Charity Hospital lor several years and recognxes noBiiperior in diagnosing and treating Chrome Diseases. He devotes all his time to the treatment of chrcnic and nervous diseases of both sexes and his skill as an expert in this class of cases is well established Tieatt successfully, and al Give tliciu a Call. TO., male ThePtopleot Stanford AND LINCOLN last star on, COUNTY. 11 !.(. Tho promptness and certainty of its cures have made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy famous. It especially lor coughs, colds, croup and whoouine coucha. and is the most tffVctunl remedy known for these diseases. Mr. C. II. Main, ol Union City, Pa , says: "I have a great sale on Chamberlain's t'eugb Remedy. I warrant every bottle and have never heard ot one failing to give entire satisfaction." jo cent bottles lor sale by W. II McRoberts Druggist, Stanlord. is intended When When When When Baby was sick, we gavo her Castor!. sho wai a Child, she cried for Ca&torla. sho became Miss, she clung to Castorbi. sho bad Children, hhe gr ve them Cattorla. Delivered Regularly and t your fation, Rheumatism aud Paralysis, Epilepsy or cured. Young or middle aged men suffering from Irnpotency, Eruptions, the results of For these reasons; First, tt Is made bv a home errors or excesses, should call before it is too late. We gurantee a cure if case has not gone too far. institution. Second, I lie Ice is absolutely and Supertluous hair and chemically pure, being made from spring water, permanently removed. all eruptions of the fact which is first distilled and then carefully filtered before being frozeit, 1 bird, Artificial Ice will last much longer than pond Ice. Fourth, an epidemic of cholera is looked lor during the year and nothing is so apt to produce or spread this disease as As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, "Mc, impure water or Ice. Fifth, it will be ' cured by never failing remedies. Diseases of women, such as I.eucotrhea, painful Menstruation, Displacement ot Womb, bearing Punctu-al- l down pains in back, relieved in short time. The Doctor carries all his portable Instruments Doors and comes prepared to examine the most obscura medical and surgical cases. He undertakes no incurable diseases but cures hundreds given up to die. Eveiy morning at the following Prices: Thanking you lor your liberal tatronage for Ice 1 rripectlully niiueit its continuance Acute and Chronic Catarrh, Ringing in Ears during the coming season indeed 1 expect all to Dealness, Diseases of he, Lar, Nose, Throat use tho Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and Bladder troubles. lingbt's Disease, Diabetes, Dyspepsia, Coosti- - Permanently Cures MANUFACTURED ICE, Blood and Skin Diseases. .. ...- - - For 100 pounds or over 40c per hundred. For jo pounds to 100 45c per hundred. For 10 to 50 pounds.. 50c per hundred. No less than to pounds delivered, E. BREMER. to CONSULTATION FREE And Confidential. Address J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D., Louisville, Ky, sis- - V?' : ij'r'ijtimm'iw.:M 'r r ."ji, ',yn. - T; "" ' ' ff"w teuden. " JvW'fT'WP RETURN VISIT. WyiWy n;uiij ijil Hi, . . ''"i"H Wfel " ft F l ; have in connection with Hotel one of the best saloons In ths State, open day and night; a night man meets all trains. In connection with Ilousr have also one of the best Mineral wells in the .State and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs G. W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Ingram. Erin, Tenn , A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. D. E. Proctor, C. II. Hraum, Mr. rind Mrs. T. W. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. anu Mn. K. B. Johnton, Kates NewUaven.JimCox. Greensburir. a call. $i per day. J. M. f'etrey, clerk. Give me . W. CARRIER. Prop. Center collego nt Dauvillo had been chartered by tho legislature in 1819, Or. Coldstcin, tho Optio Specialist, After a Long Absence. and in 1830 Dr. John C. Young was eleoted Evory Tuoaday and Friday PREPARING FOR THE GENERAL AS- - beon president. Ho died in 18o7, having Published president 27 years, and 31 years lat-A- TSEMBLY AT WASHINGTON. IIUSTONVILLE, KY., er tho trustees elected his boh, Dr. WilT?KH YKAK IX ADVANCE $2 liam, ns president. Though ho entered ftaTWhen not so paid $2.60 will be charged.-They Will Meet In Historic Edifice anil on tho duties lato that year his formal Discuss tlio Cnsc of Dr. strict nnil the inauguration was posttwned to tho seven IlCTlslon of tlio Creed Leaders of the tieth anniversary of tho founding of tho K.C, LOCAL TIME CARD. college. Oct. 9, 18S9, was indeed a proud Church. lay in the history of Danville and Con-4- r returning Ono hundred and four times havo tho Traln ivaros Uowiand at 7 00 a. m., college. p.m. at s:zo Presbyterians of tho Unitod States as After his graduatiou thero in 1S39 Dr. represented by commissioners met in Young passed somo years L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. in teuchinK general assembly, and on May 18 COO and rending, then took a complete theopro ..u 7 Mail tram come North Jjpm commissioners from 217 presbyteries will logical course, traveled somo timo in Pal" South 51 pm in tho New York Avenue Presbyterian Express train " South filled North 33 am church or Washington constitute the estine, being pastorates in various places Now is your chance to get one n seven years' charge at Local Freight North. ... ...........710 one hundred and fifth general assent -soutn. - . .5 Avenue church, Chicago whence The latter trains also carry passenceri. bly. Tho placo of meeting is truly his ho returned to his nativo state nnd wiv The above it calculated on standard time. Solar toric, tho men in chargo nro thorough i ae it about so minutes fatter. ly representative of their church and na for eight yeai pastor of the Central Presbyterian wi tion, and thero is every indication that ho went church of Louisvillo. Thence QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. to tnko chargo of his nlma mathe gathering will bo noted in history. ter. When tho general assembly conI am selling out all my retail stores and will remain in the wholesale Trains pass Junction City as follows: vened nt Portland, Or., last year, on unNo. i, Limited, latij p. m.J No. business only. Therefore you can get goods now at your own prices. usually spirited contest ensuod over the Special, arrivei 8 40 p. m. No. 5, , I am Selling Out Below Cost my entire stock of choico of a moderator. Q. & C. Specal, is.a7 a n.; No. 7,; Fast Mail, arEight candi t rives ra'43 p. m , leaves ir3 p. m. dates wero placed in nomination, and No. j, Q.4 C. Special, 3T0 p.' m ; on tho third ballot Dr. Young received : : No. 4 leiye at 6 a. m. No. 6, Limited, 3:15 a m 2C2 of tho 525 votes. Having Berved most No. 8, Express, arrives 1:31 p. m.t leaves 1:3a p. Dr. Goldstein will be in Stanford Monacceptably jh moderator there, ho is the proper ofllcinl to open tho proceedings at day to remain a few days only. Kyo Bight Wnshington. is priceless and tho popular opinion that It is estimated that tho assembly will the use of glasses should bo postponed .Entire Stock. sit for 12 days, with morning and nfter-noo- as long aa possible is erroneous. As soon sessions only, unless tlio business shall press toward tho close. Revision as unpleasant feelings denoto approach oi uio crecu must oo sottied tins year, of failing sight, glasses should bo resort and tho Briggs caso may be. After many ed to at once, as the longer the eyes are years discussion various presbyteries deprived of tho aid of that which they Come early and get bargains, as I must sell out, no matter at what sent in tneir overtures, and at Portland need, and consequently subjected to Don't miss tho assembly referred 28 of these over- drain, tho more rapid will be the chang- price. I don't want to be in the business any longer. tures to tho presbyteries for final action. es as this Great Bargain Sale, as it will last for 30 days only. I mean bus the eye becomes developed. The First in popular interest is tho proposed market is Hooded with low priced spec- mess and will sell at any price. C tffa char.go in chapter 10, section 3, so that it tacles, which have imperfect lenses, and will read thus: XT. TiRiTiT). Jfasofufefy aro therefore a great injury to tho eye. Infanta ilylns In Infancy and all other s not BUllty of nctuul trnn'gtcaslon are In- The important part of a pair of npecta-ctecluded in the election of Krnco and are l ia the part comprising tlm frames, and ael by Christ through tho Hpirlt, THE BEST PLACE TO BUY cream of tarter baking powA who worketh when and whero and how he and naturally of more importance aro NEW YORK AVENUE CHURCH. pleascth. So nlto aro all other elect der. Higest of all in leavening Not more than three assemblies at any jiersons who aro not outwardly called by the lenses they contain. His glasses are the strength. Latest United States rato have been moro important, and nos- - Word. fitted with the finest spheroidal convex eibly but two the one which organized This is to bo construed in connection and concave lenses, accurately measured Government Food Report. the church immediately after the United with theso words elso where: adjusted to the frame, pre ROYATBAKINGJPOWDER 00., States became a nation and that of 1870, Ths rest of mankind God uw fit, according and properly venting irritation and strain of the eye. 106 Wall St., Now York. which completed tho reunion of old to tho uneor-habl- o counsel of hla v 111, wherehe There is a great public need for informaschool and new school, which had been by he extendeth or w Ithholdeth mercy elect unto A. S. separated about 33 years. At the com- pieiuetli, not toordained to everlaatsng UXe. and tion regarding the proper selection of them hath he dishonor and wrath ing assombly an earnest attempt will be for the sin. to the pralso of his glorious Jostle spectacles and care of tho eyes. A largo SURGEON DENTIST. et hath lie uo pleasure in the death of the proportion of habitual weak eye sight made to give final settlement to certain All new stock and latest designs. Office over McRobertt Drue Store lintho new wicked uor is it hU decree, but ths wickedness questions which have troubled the church of may be entirely remedied by the use of Owsley Building. their own hearts, which restalneth and for several years, chief among them the Stanford thetn from accepting tho fre offer of a carefully adjusted ghsa to assist t'e revision of the confession of faith and his grace made In tlui gospel- sight and thereby remove tho undue the famous one might almost say notoAll the world knows tho history of the W.J JtC. strain to which tho eye under certain rious Briggs case. Briggs case. It h thereforo only necesThe brat and largest piece of Tho New York Avenue Presbyterian sary to sunmarizo It nnd present the conditions ia subjected. Those whoa - TOBACCO, church is one of tho historic places of Issue ns It .ill como before rhoavembly. eyes are in a condition of perfect health Washington. The name was taken in Dr. Charles Augustus Briggs, professor in will fail to understand adequately the NEW STOCK OF 1859, when tho old F Street and Second Union Theological seminary and as a stress laid upon apparently trivial matEver sold on this market for ten cents is R. J. Tobacco Co.'s "R J R." Presbyterian churches were united un preacher untenable directlv to tho New ters in the preceding remarks; but those der the pastorato of Rev. Dr. Pliinens D l ork city presbytery, adopted tho viowa A Trial is Convincing. ho have Buffered from any defect or (hirley, who took the lead in building of the German school nnd taught them weakrees of the eyes will comprehend Sold bv W. II. WEAREN 8. CO. atd FAUltIS the present edifice. In 19o2 tho old con ii HAR3IN, Stanford, A.y. it once the great importance of the gregation welcomed tho general assem seemingly moat insignificant point menbly of that year. In the original con tioned. The former class of individuals, gregation, Presidents Andrew Jackson, GOODS AND LACES. John Quincy Adams and Franklin Pierce however, should havo quite aa much in$40 Reward for Return offHorae were frequently present in their terms, terest in the matter as the latter, for the nnd tho attendance of tho last named at And Conviction of Thief. old proverb that "an ounce of prevenOn the night 01 March ajd a HAY HOlSfj(7 the prayer meetings was a subject of tion is worth a pound of crre," cau find years old, heavy mine and tall, knot on left hind frequent remark. James Buchanan ocFORLADIES' AND GENTLKsMKN. no more fit application than iu the enre leg slijjht collar mark on left shoulder; in ordi- cupied a pew thero regularly, and Abranary condition; shows harness marks. A literal Dr. Goldstein has been of the eyes. ham Lincoln niado it hi religious home reward will be given for said horse or for information concerning him. hero before and fitted many of our best so far ns ho had any. Today it has a 1! HSII, Crab Orchard. 8 A. very large proportion of eminent offpeople with glasses nnd refers with pride icials among its attendants. Call and examine our stock. It to them. His oilico will be at the Myers For Men, Youths and Children, Novertliele-- s when Dr. Bartlett was House. Oilico hours from i) a. m. to .'! will cost you nothing to look. called to the pastorate in 1882, tho memr. M. 3S. bership was but :i few over 300. It rapidly increased to 2,000, and the oriental LOGAN AVE N UK, Crab Orchard, Ky. 2sTg-church has founded two others, the : : Church of tho Covenant nnd tho Gtirloy Memorial, and sustains two Nourishing Mv mother. Mrs. Kate Duddrrar. his juit re Alwa)s'sells Roods lower than anyone else in turned Iroti the cities with .in elvint line of mil missions. William Alvin Bartlett w.is town. New stocl. of trulls every Indaj, DIU WILLIAM C. YOUNO. hnery, embracing born Dec 4, 18:52, in Hinghamton, N. V., and was graduated from Hamilton freely to his classes. Ho held that the ALL college in 1812, since which timo his ca- Bible is not infallible, but contains many errors; that leason is tho court of last Of the season, ol "h.ch the will have lull control Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in reer has been ono of extraordinary Among of his classmates nnd inti- resort in Biblical as in Other questions Sho alto engaged a n 1 have for lule h limited iuiml.fr of U!a.k mates at collego wero the present Justice that thee who reject tho Bible may still FIRST-CLAS- S and Licjn llrahma F.gi for sle from two have a chance, and many other so called promptly attended Merwin of tho supremo bench of Now very fine pens of fowls. Orders liberal ideas. After duo formalities the DEESS MAKE21. to. Brahma $i 50 per letuns. LanR.han $1. Send York, Rev. Mr. Cleveland, the presiGEO. C KKLLER, JR . inyourorder. ciiho went before the general assembly nt Mrs W I' Heard, who cuts liy the only Parisian Ky dent's brother, Charles Dudley Warner Stanford, Scientific Tailor System in the nnd Professor Fisk of Cornell, and Portland and was referred back to the cluding the Seamless Garments United States, Inin Uasijue though Bartlett was tho youngest (but New York presbytery. That body, Ofl Kadt,iti ministers and '.11 elders voting, ncquitted Skirts Dretsti and Waists, alto Latest stock of Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, and Wrana Call and examine my 19 when ho graduated) all the others Millinery before buying and leave your order for conceded him tho honors of the class, Dr. Briggson every ono of tho six charges your dresses. Thankiug jou for past favors v.e Imperial Plows, McCoimick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows by majorities ranging from 0 to 21. will open on January ntn, 1893. a solicit sairu. and I lay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity of and lie has since worn tho Phi Beta KapIt nppears, thereforo, that a man may MAHY DAVIS DUDDF.KAK. pa badge on his watch chain. Jersey milk to the people of Maulord and Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Huggy and Wagon bo an acceptable Presbyterian preacher at the following prices, delivered: Whilo still a minor ho was made actHarness, Saddles, Fields, Haled Hay, &c. in New York city whilo holding and so cents ing professor of Greek, Fresh Milk, per gallon Latin and elocu- preaching the following tenets: TTi ST, Cr A 10 cents Skimmed Milk, pir gallon tion at tho institution near Staunton, 8 cents First is a fountain of dlin Uutter Milk, per gallon Va. A year later he entered Union authorityThat rcir-owhich may and often ilrx tHwinnIy 5lIv Co I will make two trips daily. 1 he patronape of the Theological seminary, Now York, 'nnd enlighten NATIONAL BANK imn.ovn Mich h tcJrU tho Iillilc , G. A. l'KVlON. Sublic is solicited. SUnford, Ky after graduating there with high honors and tho way of haUntlon throuuh the mediagi.i yr. KY., OK STANrOKH. OK STANFORD. KY, took a conrso in Halle and Berlin, de- tion and MicrKlco of tho Son of God. Vote, He CO. voting special attention to what is now to Second That the church Is a fountain of Is now luliy organucd and resdy lor business witt Notice to tUej Traveling Public. called higher criticism. Ho has held uuthorit), which, apart from the hoi) Articles to Suit the Most Fastidihave had Paid up Capital of - - $200,000 Capital Stock pastorato sat Owego, N. Y., Brooklyn. Scripture, may nnd dots miIiii;I' enlighten ous. A complete line of men. Vote, 71 to K. Chicago and Indianapolis, and has done Third Thnt errors existed In the original HOUSE Surplus Surplus, . text an immeuse amount of outside work, such of tho holy Scripture as it tamo from its auRowland repainted and nicely furnished and Semi-Weekly G Interior Journal THE PllESBYTEBIANS. 11 (psmm m IS SELLING OUT BELOW COST ENTIRE STOCK. 1 " Ful-lerto- n ittttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttiri South-boun- d Blue-Grass N North-bouo- d J Clothing, Gents' Furnishing: Goods, Hats, Shoes, Tinware, Etc. n QA Bakincr w Must be Sold in 30 Days Sustonvillo, 2y. :! rowaer T Pure per-on- a regen-ratc- 4HRid PRICE, u Wall A. t Paper t ! h . R. PENNY. CHEWING -:- Rey-uol- ds 17-i- Ginghams, Sateens, Irish Linens, WHITE HOBSE STOIiSlT. Custom : Made W. : Shoes, clothhtg C. D. FGCTJS.U., GKLTERAZ. STOKE, Kentucky, FERKXOTS, Stanford, Millinery. J&gga For Hatoh.ing. THE NOVELTIES IB o Ilo WJEAMEN 9 f ac-tnit- Lang-ah- Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, JDJXTfYT. m l'riu-ces- s 1 First-Cla- ss Ilow-lan- d ID jtSLjLVJXS Farmers Rank&Trnst FIRST THE JEWELER, o 1 THE SHELTON At thors. Vote, ii3 to CI. Fourth- - That Motes Is not the author of the Pentateuch. Vote, 72 to M. Fifth That Isaiah U not thenuthnrof hall the hook that boars his name. Vote, 70 to . Sixth That Minctillcation Is not complete at death. Vote, ft) to 57. not, oy Watches, Clocks $200,000 20,500 SUCCESSOIt toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK SrANIrORD, Now closing up) with the same assets and under me same maiiaEemcnl. II r provisions of its chaiter, depositors are as fully protected as aie depositors in National Banks, lU shareholders being held individual's liable to the eatent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to ths amouut invested in such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at an individual. To thote who entrusted their bulsincss to ui while mnaginif the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their busmeai with us, offering as aguarautee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience i banking and as liberal accommodations as arc con litem with sound hanking. THE V. RILEY HOUSE a. RILEY.IProprletor, Kentucky. London, - t have moved to ray new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience d sued. Give m. a call. fRANK RLKy, . W. O. STJTOH1NGS, -- DR. WILLIAM A. BARTLKTT. fKOfRtBTOR- Iclvery and Feed Stable, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. livHaving purchased of A. T. Nunneltey hitriady ery business I can be found at hisuld stand niijht to warton the public at any time day or Nothing but FIRST-CLAS- S : TURNOUTS 92-6- thall Wave my atab'e and my prices will be as tow aa the lowest. Don't forget my Stanford and t Rowland 'but line. daughter of tk enintnt John J. Crit-- as lecturing, writing and speaking in eupport of tlie war for the Union. He hud one brother, major, killed in the last movement of the Army of tho Potomac, nnd another, General J. J. Bartlett, was recently buried ut Arlington as an honored veteran. Rev. Dr. William C. Young of Kentucky, who will preach tho opening is also u man of varied experience and with an interesting history. He was bora April 23, 1842, in Danville, Ky., his father being the Rev. Dr. John C. Young, and bis mother, Cornelia, a 11 ser-mon, Bear in mind that tho presbytery did us otenml tlio general assembly if it acquits will not declare theso things true. They will simply declaro that one may hold and teach them and still bo fellowshiped as a Presbyteriun. Nor Complicated Watch Repairs and will conviction carry any reflection upon Artistic Engraving a Specialty. tho convicted ns a man. It will simply mean that 60 long as ho so teaches his All goods sold engraved tree of charge. home is somowhere else thnn in the "Your patronage respectfully solicited. Presbyterian church. He nlso set forth with great detuil that ho believed the Bible to contain the word of God and BAUGHMAN, considerably more, nnd th.fct Christ is not the Son of God in tho usually accepted , FIRE AND SIORM feense, but in well, in a senso that the ordinary layman has never been nblo to understand. And yet, despite these views, certainly us broad as any held by .Representing., Dr. Channing or James Freomnn Clarke, views certainly condemned by every touncil which has considered them since Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; that of Nice, A. D. 325, tho Rov. Dr. Charles Augustus Briggs still fills the Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; Robinson chair on Biblical theology In Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Union seminary. And this although Co. of NorthJAmerica. when ho entered tho seminary as a pro- Ins. i fessor ho subscribed tho declaration beCompanies. I wouU All of which are ginning, "I believe the Scriptures of the be pleased to wait o nmr friends iu this line. Pol. Will insure against icies Old and New Testament to be tho word does, promptly issued. lightning. Lightning tornawind storms and of God, the only infallible rule of faith without additional charge. and practice," etc. J. H. Beadle. ' Office at First National Rank Stanford. Jewelry And SILVERWARE. directors: Williams, Mt. Vernon J M. Hail, SUnford; J. S.Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanford ; J.K. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenttr, Mllledgsvills; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford, Ky S. H. Shanks, President. J. 11. Owsley, Cathiei. W.M. Bright, Teller. J. H. J.J. J, INSURANCE AGENTl Attention of the public is invned to the fac that this is the only Nrtional Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor an amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of this institution arc secured by a fund of $400,000. rive sworn statements of thocondition of the bank are made each yearto the United Slates government and its assets are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing addititona snd perfect safety 10 depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In i!jJ, then ited as the National Hank of Stanford in 1S65 and sgain as the First National Dank ol Sunlord in 1SS1, has had practically an uninter- iuicu lactlities for years. 11 is better supplied now with transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever beror. in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully toileted. The Directory ol this Bank it compoitd ol T. J, Kostcr, of Stanford; Korestns,'Reid, Lincoln countv ; J.W. Hayden, Stanford; S.H. BaughmanJLtncoln; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Llnroln; J. S. Hocker.SUnford; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. G. Welch, SUnford; .imcooiii r Falls Branch Jellico Goal Co., Miners and shippers of the GENUINE I. S. Hocker, President;! Joho'J. McRobcrts, Cashier, A. A. McKioney, Assitunt Cashier. first-cla- Original Jellico Coal. Try it We are the sole agents lor Stanford and Rowland. Ofhct corner ot Depot street and railroad crossing. HIGGINS A WATTS. . 6 DR. W. B. PENNY claus-tsattach- Dentist. racud Office South by Dr. L. r Hurtunn, btanford, r'cea Ky. tide Main street, in office