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LIBERTY. -- NO. 21 TO THE- - A pelition has been flled'in the GarDark colored, hairless worms aro In our last we told of our clever Itev. It. 0. Medaria was hero on a eating the loaves and fruit from currant rard circuit court to prohibit the holding young merchant, Winston H.Wilkinson, visit last week. of nn election upon the proposition as to Miss Lula Page, of Columbia, nnd Miss The Jones Lumber Co. nro putting bushes hero. Hannah Gardner and Babe Parks whether or not the local option law now Edna Murphy, of this place, being on a in now boom. We call your attention to the Late Improved Last Sunday communion services were each fined $0.20 in tho police court in forco in civil district Xo. !) of Garrard visit to Cincinnati. Nobody dreamed in county shall become inSperative, and a this section that it waa any but a pleaswere bold at tbe Congregational church. Tuesday for fighting. Peter Gllcher's now residence on 3d motion will be made at Harrodsburg, ure excursion to see the Bights in the Robbie, tho little Bon of Mr. B. F. Phillips, ia very sick with pneumo- street is about done and Mr. G. will where Judgo Saufley is now holding city, but it turned out to be a wedding movu in in a few days. court, on the 19th inst., for a writ of pro- trip. While there Wins, and Miss Ednia. Sol Marcosson, tho renowned violin- hibition, prohibiting the officers from na Murphy wero united in marriage. Tlieru has been a tide in the river for more than a week now and our saw ist, held forth to a good houso nt the Op- holding tho election. The petition is They all returned last Sunday night. bated upon the ground that the act of From Miss Lula we learn that she had a era House Tuesday night. mills are well supplied with logs. Mrs. Ik'88io McGoodwin and daugh- the Legislature under which the election fine time and we suppose Wins, and Tho Williamsburg Theatrical ComMiss that is Mrs. Edna are well pleaspany gave an entertainment at Ml. Ash ter, Miss Lula, have returned from Miss- was ordered is unconstitutional. Mr. C. C. Stormea, ono of Lancaster's ed, though they look bashful nnd don't issippi, whero they have been all winlast Friday night to a good crowd. oldest and most highly respected citi- say much. Mr. E. K. Wilson went over toKow-com- b, ter. Rev. E. II IVarce, D. D of this zens, died Tuesday, the 9th, and was Friday. Mr. 1). K. There was n meeting of stockholdTenn., last of Jackson, is here attending place, has been offered the presidency of buried in the cemetery at this place on ers of the Liberty and Middleburg turnClark, Kentucky Wesleyau College, at Win- Wednesday, the 10th. Funeral services pike road company at this place Satur court. were held at tho residence of the deceas- day for the purpose of electing officers Mies Ann Fiuley spent Sunday in chester. Drs. Fayetto Dunlap, J. C. Bogle ed, conducted by Elder J. C. Frank. Mr. for the ensuing year and other business. And would say to you never buy without first examining it. Barlwurvillo visiting Miss Nannie AnWe asderson. G. M. Freeman was at Keel's and H. J. Cowan attended tho meeting Sloimes was a good citizen and discharg- James A. Estes was elected president, sure you that it is the simplest, most durable and the lightest draft of the Stato Medical Society at Frankfort ed all of his duties faithfully. His son nnd J. V. Coffey, Georgo Wolford, Q- R. machine on the market and less liable Station last week. to get out of order. Call and and widow have the sympathy of the Jones, J. W. Whipp and R. T. Pierce Mr. E. N. Engrain left Tuesday for this week. it. It is represented at Crab Orchard by W. A. Carson, at Stanford Mr. C. E. Kincaid, of Frankfort, wns people generally. Ho was a consistent were elected directors, with T. W. Wash rineville, where he will make his future by D. B. Stagg, at McKinncy by Alford & McKinney, at Kings homo. Wm. Vaughn, who has been vis- in town several days this week. Miss member of the Christian church and was secretary. A dividend of 17 per cent. ville by VV L. McCarty and at Hustonvillc by John Riffe. iting his parents hero for somo weoks, Mattie Duke left Tuesday to visit Mrs. ono of tho trustees of the town at the was announced, which shows this pike in a nourishing condition. Also on the returned to hi homo at Jackson Wed- T. L. Jefferson and Miss Cox, of Louis- of his death. A dastardly nt tempt at rape was same day tho stockholders of the Liber- MIbs Minnie Leforce has ac- ville. nesday. A birthday party, musicale and committed in lower Garrard Monday ev- erty and Carpenter'd Creek turnpike Kept by each agent. Don't fail to see the Buckeye Machines. cepted a position in Gentry fc Co.'s dry spellinK bee, for tho benefit of the Ladies ening. George Huffman, a road company held a meeting nt the goods store. Circuit court convened Monday with Columbian Club, of Danville, was given white man, went to tho house of his sis- same time and place for the same purJudge Morrow on tho bench and about at the home of Mrs. Samuel G. Boyle, ter, Mrs. Mayer, formerly Mrs. Colyer, pose, when W. C. Myers was and enticed her little daugh- president, K. T. Pierce, J. W. Moore, W. the usual array of lawyers on hand. Wednesday evening. Mr. Dud Cowan has returned from ter some distance from the house, when P. Kiggins, John E. Stapp and Grubla Among those visiting are C. It. Hrock.of London; E. H. Powers and J. J. Marrs, Sanibel Island. Fla. where he has been he made a criminal assault upon the directors. Their annual settlement wpb Jacksboro, Tenn ; W. S. Dickson and S. all winter. He brought with him a con child. Her screams attracted the atten also made. of Knoxvillu: John Catron siderable quantity of beautiful sen shells, tion of the mother and Huffman made n Tho examining trial of Beriah O. for tho killing of his brother and Jobs Hays, Barbourville. There is which ho has distributed among his his escape and is still nt large. A diligent search is being made for him, and James Harrison, on Uasey s Creek a a large docket, but from the progress friends hero. Steve Drye, colored, convicted of tot- when caught the prospects are good for week or two since was continued on ac Judge Morrow is making, two wooka ing a platol unlawfully In Danville sev- bis wearing a hemp necktie. A count of the absence of witnesses until will find most of tho cases disposed of. noose would undoubtedly be be- Tuesdayiast, when both parties appear On last Friday Mr. T. 0. Weaver, a eral months ago, wan brought to town coming to him. ed before Judge Myers and announced member of tho Allen Lumber Co., of Tuesday by Chief Helm from Junction to be ready for trial. Commonwealth's fell while ho was attempt- City. Tho judgment, amounting tofSl.-4CRAB ORCHARD. Pleasant View, WE HAVE FOR SALE- waa replevied. Attorney Q.O. Godbey and A. R. Clarke ing to remove a pile of logs in the Clear Our town has been quiet for the last appeared for the prosecution and Geo. The news of Mr. Spin Engleman'a Fork river and was caught between two few days, so news this week is scarce. E. k Boylo Stone for the defendant. loga that were rolling and instantly kill- death at Stanford was heard here, where Mrs. Maggie Lord, nee Harris, and Thero was a large number of persons ed, his head being badly crushed. Mr. he had many frionds, with sorrow. The her sweet little girl are at Mr. Sam The simplest binder made. present from the vicinity of the killWeaver was from Pennsylvania and had party who saw Mr. E, "make a moveMrs. Lord is in delicate health. ing and a number of witnesses on here quito a year. His body ment as If to draw as pistol" has been not been Miss Martha Holdam, ia not so well bunds for both sides. One witness for was taken to bis home for burial. lie found, now where is the ono who "heard at this writing. Her many iriends hope the commonwealth, James Beans, was leaves a wife and two daughters to and communicated" the awful threats that a few sunny days will greatly bene- examined, he being tbe only one pres- Or two horse binder. Deering Mower and Deering Binder Twine. made by deceased. mourn his death. Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Thomas aro ab- fit her health. Mr. Henry; Pettus is nt ent when the killing was done. Anoth- Call on us for a beautifully illustrated catalogue, "Triumphs of the On last Tuesday afternoon as the home from Virginia on account of ill accommodation train reach- sent on a visit to friends in Southern er one was called and testified that the loth Century," describing Chicago, the World's Fair, and the big d health. killing was done in Casey county. The Deering works; also a lot of neat memorandum books. It will be to ed a point known as tho Devil's Slide, Kentucky and Tennessee. Kev. and Mrs. On next Thursday night) there will counsel for the defense horengreed to the interest of every farmer who needs machines to see us before buy about one mile south of Williamsburg, a Joseph Caldwell, of II tints ville, Ala., bo a class organized at Mrs. We will always be found at the office of the Stanford bsw log rolled from a tlat car and struck have returned to their home, altera visit W. K. Buchanan's, to which all are submit tho case to the court, when that ing elsewhere. county. Kov. Frank body immediately announced an acquit- Roller Mills. against the bank, throwing tho car from to relatives iu this kindly invited. Its object is to study the track and eight others, which wore Cooloy has been called to tho pastorate the Scriptures nnd draw church mem- tal. As there are adverse criticisms upon the hasty manner in which tho case badly wrecked. Tho engine nnd tho of tho Episcopal church here. He came bers into a closer walk. W. H. HAYS, Assistant. was disposed of, nnd it is understood passenger coaches, which were in tho from Louisville. On Tuesday, May :)0, at 10 o'clock Bob Jones (Shorty), Babe Parkp, that Harrison's friends are very much rear, were not derailed. No ono whs A. M., the Lieut. Severance Post, G. A. Call and sec our hurt much, yet all were considerably eta), (the Latin scholar of the police It , will decorate the graves of all sol- dissatisfied, tho substance of Bean's teswas bad- court, says et al means eight in all), heat will bo given. According to timony shaken and scared. The track diers buried at Crab Orchard, a, EveryBean's statement ho and Berriah Belton ly torn up, but the passengers were trans- n crap case in tho police court WednesNEW body invited and all who can do so aro were in a new grouud near the public taken on in a freight car to day morning. Tho caso was beaten, not requested to bring (lowers. ferred and Public 111 III especially because tho witnesses for tho road sawing los. Harrison camo upf tm Corbin. w lwl ) ;m B3; speaking and other interesting exercises. isam-Saves time labor and expense defeuso were regarded as reliable, but picked up an axe nnd commenced hackWin. .Severance, .1. T. O'Hair, K. D. BRODHEAO. because those, for tho prosecution wero ing ou an old chestnut log. After a litNoaks, Thos. Chappell, Granville Haley, regarded as less so. tle ho laid tho axo against the log, step Guaranteed to be Judgo J. G. Carter, of Ml. Vernon, committee. Miss Lizzie Irvine, a daughter of ped over the log nnd asked Belton why Tuesday taking depositions. was in town List week Miss Lizzie Gormley called tho lato Judge James Irvine, of Danhe ami tho women couldn't gH along A. G. Talbott had his trial Kit unlay us to see her pets. In a wire basket that ville, died Wednesday night at Atlauta, ai.y better tho other day. Belton drew and the jury fined him fit) for tho un- Ga , whither she went n few weeks ngo last year srved for vines, a little spar up his shut sleeve and replied: "I do row Ii vl made its uest and hatched its lawful sale of whisky. visit. Her sister, Mrs. J. M. Walis any of your business.' went to Waynes-bur- on a Tho Kev. A.J. Pike brood. Tho mother bird would tly to not know that it And to give satisfaction. lace, of this place, was with lior when Harrison started to draw his coat, adlaBt Saturday to (ill his appointMiss Lizzie's hand and gtako tho bread she died. The remains arrived here on jump-pement with the church there. offered, dividing with her little ouea and vancing toward Belton. Belton Thursday morning ami wero interred iu backed and got hold of a maul. Harwith no sign of fear at any one's apII. E. Albiight went over to Bee the cemetery. Services bj Kev. 0. B. coat back to its proper Lick and spent Monday night with Dr. proach. I could not help thinking as I rison drew his II. Martin, of tho Second Presbyterian place, turned nnd picked up the axe and brother-in-law- . watched them how much cau be accomS. 0. Perkins, his church. plished by kinduess. There is no bird again advanced. They both struck nearTho P. M. at this place has moved Miss Ida Stone, of Burgin, and Mr. striking Harto tho Frith House, retho or animal, however wild and vicious its ly tho same time, Bolton Hiram P. Van Pelt, deputy rison on tho head and Harrison striking cently vacated by Mr. Dan Slaughter. nature, but can be made gentle and subnt Danville, wero married at Burgin Wed missive by kindness. As with these, so tho handle of tho maul. Harrison (ell Mr. Henry Mitchell has moved out nesday nt 3 i'. m, Tho ceremony took with our follow beings. There are olten to his kueea with one arm over tho of town to tho Woodall place. 0. Bowplace at tho residence of Mr. George times when kindess rightly applied will chestnut log. Harrison's provocation, ers and brother took a business trip to Hutching and was performed by Kov. serve as the turning point for tho better from what your correspondent learned New Stock and Lower Prices than ever offered offered here before. Stanford Tuesday. in some human life. Are wu all doinu B. F.Taylor, of Morcer county, formerly everything we can to help each other from what he deems reliablo sources, See our stock and get prices. We can then convince you that The members of tho Brodhead brass The brido is a daughter of upward in tho social scalo ? Are wo was as follows: A day or two before, baud aro making au ell'ort to secure the Danville. George Stone, of Mercer. Tho attend- speaking kindly of each other, doing all Harrison's wife and another neighbor of services of Prof. James Grillin, ants were Miss Callio Stono Htid Mr. J. tho good we can ? woman were on a visit to Belton'e house. as teacher for awhile. The neighbor woman complained of be MIDDLEBURG. Nowcomb, who lives near K. Kose, of Mercer; Miss Hallio Van Marian Pelt and Mr. Thomas Eoson, of Daning sick. Helton made a remark too in- Our stock is complete and immense. All kinks of Dress Goods too this place, brought a young chichen to Thomas Sluder, a very old citizen of decent for publication. Ilia wife sharp- numerous to mention arc now on our counters. Calicos, ville. detown Tuesday which had four well 4j4c A the Mt. Salem ncighboruood, died Fri- ly reproved him for talking bo before few more straw hats sold formerly at Si. 25, now go at veloped feet and legs and three wlng8. 35c. An eleCHURCH AFFAIRS. day. the women, when he replied: "It is my gant line of Ladies' Slippers just in. Children's and Boys' Suits from George Hardin, a young man of this T. J. Spears had four buck lambs, own house and I will say what I please; Kev. Frank Talmago, son of tho Now Come and get a pair of invn. tmuifht of Wm. Colyer fc Co. two which ho castrated, and In less than 30 if they don't like it they can take their 80c to S9 per suit. minisdivine, was installed in the nico sots of tombstones to have put up Yotk wero all dead. hours they dirty brats and leave." The foregoing at Crab Orchard In memory of his grand- try in Philadelphia Sunday, his father Kev. Vines will preach the com- may not be in tho exact words as given, agisting. father and mother. Kev. Dayid Kammerer, the oldest mencement sermon at Janie Wash In- but it is sufficiently accurate for the Mr. E. L. Painter is off tho road a are strictly first class. Bed Sets, Lace Curtains, &c. In fact reader to understand tho merits of the They minister in tho United States, died stitute Sunday nt tho Baptist church. few days, visiting his father and mother, active wc can sell you any thing you ask for; Come one and all and get There was a general at case. It is claimed by those who object and Borne Bay hla best girl. Mr. W. F. at Wooater, O. Ho was 91 and had Grove one day last week. They had sell you we will do you good by giving you to the hasty acquittal that tbe common prices and if we do not preached 71 years. Baker, of the Big Glades, was In town Always made a raid upon A. G. Falconberry's wealth should have had the opportunity pointers. Tho Young Mcti's Meeting will be Tuesday. sheep. to present the points of raw in the case, wholesale jeweler held at Odd Fellows' Hall Sunday afterW. T. Cutshall, a John Tarter, of Trace Fork, was even if the court had made up its mind; hero Tuesday exhibit noon at 3 o'clock, that building having of Cincinnati, was drunk on the streets Saturday and laid that there was no hostile demonstration Eggs, butter, &c. Will give you the top of the market. After this E. K. Pike, of Pine been permanently secured as a meeting in front of Collinsworth'.A Co.'s store all on tbe part of Harrison until Bolton's we will give away to every 20th purchaser the place. amount of the purHill, waa up to see hisj brother, A. reply, "I don't know that it At tbe beginning of the century the night He claims to have been relieved provokingyour business," and chaser to Si, whatever it may be, for 30 days. You will find us at and spent Tuesday night Pike, any of then that of of a considerable amount of monoy, but is Bible waa accessible to but old stand in Rowland. not seriously him. as ho is said to be half crazy, even when Belton's life waswas advancing endanger- the of the world. Now it upon him ed, as Harrison Dr. J- - M. Clark, of our town, Bays tho population unarmed until his antagonist drew the of the peo- sober, no one believes his story. may be read by that the people of this neighborhood are As Misses Belle Coulter and Etta deadly maul upon him. ple of the globe, so rapidly has its transdistressingly healthy, witn tue Elliott were returning from Hustonvillo U. B. CAHfBELL. r. l. Austin: chronic grumblers. John lation been carried on. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Saturday they attempted to cross tbe When Sam Jonea asked athisOwens-bor- o see Frith went to Stanford Tuesday to meeting Wednesday that all who river, which waa swollen by the rain Uumor haa it that a staid old squire Mr. Per Hiatt waa in . would work and vote to put whisky out that had fallen that day. The buggy in of the Preacheravilla neighborhood is looking well. tnvn Tuesday, which they were riding caught against a a The board of magistrates met at Mt. stand up, mighty host that no mau log and they were held fast in the mid-dl- o booh to wed a handsome brunette of the & AT73TXXT, Shelby City vicinity. Tho exact date v,non last Monday and nxed tnecoun could number arose, and the prospect is of the stream, with the water a foot expenses of that Owensboro will be a dry town be- deep in the vehicle. John Spears, a dar- haa not yet been "Given" us. Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st. ; wareroom, paint tv lew as follows: Curront fore many moons, that ia if the spirit ing young man, happened to be near, ...,nv. iRc: Dauner idiot tax, oc; and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. Peter Gruber, better known aa "Rat.. ,X. !' ii -- - -- ! total. $1.30. Our which now possesses its people lasts heard the screams of the young ladies tlesnake Pete," of Oil City, Pa., has had a lax, i", and seeing their peril, plunged in, and rmintviaoutofdebtand has a surplus longer than the meeting. after some effort, brought them to the a suit of clothes made out of the skins current expenses He has been handof fOSl.60 to put to the Mrs. Catherine Duffy, of New York, shore. John says they wero two of the of 200 rattlesnakes. "Sign Work, artistic and plain. -We guarantee of 1893. fell dead when she heard that Carlyle worst frightened creatures that it has ling the reptiles for years and it ia said Aspccialty. been his lot to see and is satisfied that that h really lovoa hi numerous pot work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. Monday by Harris, the wife murderer, had been ho has two friends that will stick to CampbellBville went dry snakes. electrocuted. him under auy and all circumstances. majority of 28. a CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky. Farmers of Lincoln Co. H New Buckeye Machines, - long-legge- Bel-to- in-la- well-fittin- g 0, -- The Deering Improved Steel Binders, Hai-din'- s. The Pony Deering Binder. J. K. Bi.UGHM3.1S AGEN T. north-boun- Bible-stud- y n PROCESS STOVE. irit PERFECTLY SAFE, S: g r. s d W . H. WESREN CO. post-oflic- e post-mast- er NEW : HOUSE, WE ARE THE LEADERS. OUR DOUGLASS OR BUELL 1 Eu-ban- ks. i in l urn SHOLS, dog-killin- g BRING ITS YOUR PRODUCE. :,uamnlea. th x i ! one-fift- h nine-tenth- s STEPHENS & KNOX. excep-tionofafe- w U i.i nr. NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMFBZLL Fro'rs. J rtw -' - I House Painting and Paper Hanging i .u--. u. k, , "fliSP rtWtA,iWS3",i'"" ;CR?r Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal May 12 1893 GOSSIP ABOUT MEN. MILLINERY. g1( FOR QUININE (Heconl 2:231 S., track. 2:111. (CECILIAN PARK DANVILLE. KY , Stanford, Kv., j&mzgmtttm&i COALS FOR NEWCASTLE. W. P. WALTON. KILLED. Sam Engleman Shot to Death by Mack An Unnecessary Injiiortntlon of llenntlfnl Women Tor the World' Fnlr. "I - I fr from Southampton for New York, carried n most interesting group of ladies on the way to Chicago, who nro described as tho living representatives and types of the various countries of tho earth clad At $25 to Insure a Living Oolt. in their distinctive dress or costume. Tho young ladies from Franco nro to A.W.SMITH, "in truo Parisian style," whilothero Danville, Ky. nro to bo other damsels representing Eng Coffey House lish maidens, highland lassies and Irish A Room in colleens. Scene. Tho peasant class is not to bo forgotC. CLAY 4766. ten. Indeed the samo care shown in Itecord 2:18. tho fashionable toilets will bo extended 3. Slrnl hv Second lewel Itoylion-e- . Dam llowena Welih lluisell 744. to Unit of tho "contadine," mid thus it is A Game of Cards the Cause. Foaled 1881. stasonol This fancy bred sUlhon will male the Slanfuid, Sired by Caliban 2.JM. Sire of Cyrlonu hoped that a thoroughly graphic and ' ' 1893 at Cook's bpnnn 4x,i 2:2Jli and five otltom, and hire cf thi' ihtms veracious life picture of female humangraniWre of 'M with recortls two At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. of 2. Ill) andheller.) (The following appeared in a portion ity up to date will bo obtained. There of or nro ladies from China, Japan, the South of our last issue, which we reproduce Money dun when colt is foaled, mare parted IkI dam Soprano (dum of Kminrnco American republics, from Mexico nnd with or tired to another horse. for rho benefit of thoee who did not 2:281, Second Jewel, by Cunmngsbam'sjewel; he by 2:hSi, C. F. Clay 2:18, Stralhbridce Cuba, n3 well as from tho continent. and gtnniliiin of Itrown Silk 2:22j, hitter Washington Denmark. to eee it.) Tho Tyroleso girls, it is reported, are. jewel's 1st dam by McDonald's llakorn; d to Solo 2:2.S and Steinwny 2:2.'iJ), by dam by Well's Crusad.or ol game of cards, a row, a pistol shot, "very picturesque, nnd with tho HunA Charley's dam, Rowetia Webb Kutsell, U onewe Strathmore (tho hint of Santa Clans 2:17j, garian contingent sailed a complete orami other, nnd of tho ilams of !to iu the finest walking animals on earth, having nnddeleated all the crack walkers of Central 2.:so. chestra of musicians. Tho agents ema soul hurried into eternity unprepared geldings. She Kentucky including itallions and 2d dnin AbboH (dam of Solo 2:'.SJ nnsl ployed in getting togetficr thi3 company and Is by Hunk's furopter Denmark, by l,wlard s wonted Thia tells the tale o! the terrible trage- of fair women havo interviewed, it is Tho Duko of Argyle, who is tho father-in-la- To recover time secuiehealth and energies at Sumpter Denmark, by Games' Denmark Ac td Steinway a.'.TiJ, W. Wood 2:07, Criektt quiet, horao like fire at the same dam the Tompkins mare of Queen Victoria's daughter, lias 2:10, CVahiir 2.10J ami 5 other, and hire of dy enacted at the Coffey Houbc last said, no fower than 1,500 persons who no senso of humor HnKht bay, white feel 15K hands and a iistural ft In the 2.TO llM, nntl hhc U whatever. Ho is an applied in answer to the various adversaddle horse. We will warrant him to b a breed. the dniitKof tho Krandani of C. F. Clay 2: IN, Kminrnco earnest writer and has contributed some I'r ce of Board from J; to $i per week. ZZ? erofsarMler. night. tisements. fOOK ft KHNSKIIV. 2:18J, 2:2SJ nnd Stoner Ikiy Kowland, Ky. 2:2(1 Strnthbrldf-This is truly the largest of large or- profound essays to tho British quarterly Vo further Intotmation apply to j. j by Albion (hire of VnnitvlFnir While a game of cardB was in progress K D. Kunksuv. renews. J K.Cook ders in the way of a living ethnological ,GUS HOFMANN, Tho Hon. Philip Stanhope, recently in one of the back rooms of the Coffey exhibition, and the very magnitudo of ild (lain by MartdinlJKcy. J75 the t Crab Oichard, Lincoln County, Ky. the enterprise caunot fail to suggest tho Ecnt to parliament from Berwick, t House last night, Mack Ferrcll ami Jas. difficulties with which tho promoters of married to Countess Tolstoi of Russia, DON 7803. Wickershcm went in. The latter re- thia astonishing show of fair women who contiuues to uso her own name, COMUINKDSTAl.UON, DR. JOS. HAAS' (Three year-olKnrc)Ieconl 2HJ. have had to contend. In some cases, though she took his. Ho is a brother of marked, bo Ferrell'B story goes, "I'm in perhaps, tho dispatch of this cargo of the Earl of Stanhope. (Full l.mther u IXjii Uirenzii (:i). 2:171, Is a beautiful dark bay; ijK hands high, star in Dick Klmore, Galena 2:2Sj ami forehiad ami left hind loot white. by Hog little Irlno (2) 2:l(iJ.) hatvers." Sam femininity to Now York en route to Chihe $5." Ferrell said, "I'll go Jr , was sired by Dick Klmore; sire ofM. """''J Siretl bv linink'tia Wllkoa. (Sire of .'11 (.oldimllh cago may bo instanced as closely apODDS AND ENDS. he by Alenanders AbdalUh, Maid; he by Rysdyk's HamiltonUn.sIre of Dejter; in 2..'S0 list, and full brother to The Kimr Engleman, known as "Long! Sam," re proaching tho sending of coals to Newhe by AbdallahJ he by Mainbnno, he by Imp. 2;21I, hire of I2in2:W.l It is computed thatthero is$l,000,000,. UsedlSuccessfullyJFifteen'.Ycars. castle. Chicago is within direct and Messenger ... . . . , u 11 dnin Lady Yeihttr (dam of .Mlmke -plied that there were no halvcrs in tbtt reasonably rapid railway communication 000 in gold and jewels nt tho bottom of 17 jr ,;isi mm "P'1' Uica Will arrett disease prevenja hasten dam by Aratus, he.by ln.p. Diootede, at my plate 2:2tj, Don Uireno (il) l:l?f. Onlena Ferrell passed some with Mexico, nnd it would be easv tho sea on tho route between Euuland worms, stop cough, Increase the flesh and season of io) a.2Mj. Don I'lurroSiNl.mulUitbLoriiis Will make the present game and he and l maturity. from Huitouville, on the Hualonvill enough to procure the consignment to and India. (2l 2:1(51, and grandum of Margmct W. Prices. $.$o, Ji J acd 50 cents per pacVate, jj, milts and ITadfordnrllle Turnpike, W. Bright, who was tho shores of Lako Michigan of any numThe largest packages air Bhort words. John Tho Langncdoc ship canal in France 2:2,1J,) by (htrranl Cheif (iro of Hasil sate by For ,,-j.Duke miles saves a tnecheapm. At $7 to Insure a Living Colt. list 21'8, and of dams of 2 In tho 2.H0 preaent, pulled out a pistol and laying it ber of dark eyed scnoritas in "ribosos" by a short passngo of aianloru, Ky from Tenochtitlan, to say nothing of sea voyage of 2.000 miles by tho straits 97. a fine Dick Klmore, Jr, has proved himself 2d dam Jewell (Kraudam of 6 belter on the table Baid, ''You can't bulldose stunted little Indian isquaws with ropy of Gibraltar. breeder autl) through Lady YcIht her only black hair and complexions npproxiumt Uem retained on colt for season money. Money tbnn Tho sounding board of pianos, tho most unc. where I am." due If mare is parted with or bred to another foul), by GillV Vermont (hire of Homier ing in hue to that of n hot roast turkey. important part of tho instrument, is Hoy 2:2:1, nnd of daiiKof twelve.) h0r"' Then again tho Pearl of tho Ant ilk made of American spruco and is ns care KICHAKD DOWNEY, Ferrell says that Engleman made a 'M dam Hrown Kate, grundnmof Yelner Kllisburc, Casey Co., Ky. is only some threo days' steaming from Hoy 2:2tJ, by Hlack Jack (sire of the 1U111 a pistol from his right New York, nnd Cuban belles in very fully chosen as tho wood for a violin. move as if to draw 1M)0. nf Amy II. 2:21) and j;niiidain of Idol Ked bay, 10 'hnndh high, Fim' It is nsserted that waterproof shoots of (Sold black --':' J.J .""onMin J.K). : front breeches pocket and he drew his, largo straw hats nnd volante,lace scarfa pajer gummed and hydraulically com- Knll brother to Silver King, nhow King, riding in the Havana drawn by pressed mako n material ns durable inure, Silver Queen nnd the great as snatching the one on the table and firing a weedy horse, with a negro postilion leather for tho soles of shoes. It also Hecord 2.1IJ. dam Mollio ;Mountz. with silver earrings, white calico makes serviceable horseshoes. liv On Time. 10 htiiuU high. Iub own at Engleman, the ball taking ef- -' breeches and baro legs, Sire of Little Doubtful (2)2.2D Silver King wn burned in KtioVstable lllnck hore II yenrx old, with feet girt About flOO.OOO worth of jwarls have when f vears old; tfrcd more good saddle Chehtnut horn. Foalwl .May 22, ISO. feet in the right temple and killing him with silver spurs, and thereby presentSired by C. F.Clay 2:18. been taken from tho waters of Wiscon- horw-- than nny hon-- in Kentucky at the Sirwl by Kutwood 2:1S. (Sire of Hk ing a colorable imitation of jackboots, to two and the damn of III.) in a Bhort time. All the party then rush- would form a desirable addition to the sin streams during tho last few years same age. Gold King was bred rolls-1st dam Ella 11. by Win. Wclolililll. no 1M dam Kntcrp:ie (dam of Ntillitint Somo singlo pearls obtained there have mines nt 'J years old and got two ed from the room and Ferrell with a pis- attractions of tho World's fair. San been estimated to be worth $1,000. 2:1 H, KdRoriou 2::i2. and full Mter, to letter in tliis country; fee Sam Harm 2d dam Kate by Gills Vermont. Francisco, moreover, which is onfy four nnd Ilillv Murphy. Silver Queen, shown Cycle 2:271. by Onwnrd 2 26) (ire of ar tol in each hand and one on his person, days distant by rail from Chicago, would The headquarters for tho sale of fal-A Hie :id dam thoniugbred. in 2:!V) lit, mid of the dams of bv Hill flue, was n great; winner nml furnish nn adoquato supply of celestial hnir is at Marseilles. Twenty huge kilo G' educated bv Nels Kowland, was ban 8.') ) ran to his brother Tom. It was decided 2::U) list Inst Krantlsireof C. F. Clay (put 11 In the of Chinese Unman hnir arrived there re- to down. Her parent owner refused ladies with "golden lilies," or small feet. 2d thin Hello Thorne. dam of Circle 2:27 (full hiMer to Combat 2:I0, hire of Hrown vear) by Caliban tlam Soprano by that he surrender to Judge Careon, and It is oven questionable whether there cently nnd will bo manufactured inti 2,150 for her. was any appreciable need to send out a curls, frizzes nnd crimps for English la K Kovnl King will serve fifteen mares nt Win. Welch by Hninillouian, 10. 2 H. Williams 2:21, (Soudan 2:20 iinsi he did so, being immediately sent to jail, convoy of French young ladies to appear dies. Warrant 2:2.S), and my stable, near Pink Cottage. of Rinioslsa very handxomo nnd apecily 2:1 J and IvdKertonKrnndnm by Xuthurot 2::i2), llen of in "true Parisian stylo" at Chicago. Zante, tho island that ha3 been shake,, where our reporter visited him. mnke n fast record thi. Thorndiile (sire of Alico nnd hhould Tyler 2: SO nnd 3 Tho truo Parisian stylo has long since up by nn earthquake, is the ancient AtJSlO to Insure a Living Colt. colt others, and tlmiiH of 8. fall. Will make the ceason nt my plare There had been no previous difficulty been acclimatized on the other side of Ziikunthos mentioned by Ilerodotus as JOE E. FAH1MS, 3d dnin Abtitilluu (dam of Shnckelfonl iiii!cf from Stanford on the Danville pike. Stanford, Kv. 2::k'J, Combat 2:40, and j;ramlaiii of between the men, who had met often in" tho Atlantic, and wo should say that a producing asphalt 500 B. C, and tho na larger number of fascinating cos- tives still call it Zakuuthos and still find far At $10 to Insure a Living, Colt. Cipher 2:30, and II other), by Helmoiit games of chance. Ferrell seems to have tumes from the ateliers of Worth, Felix asphalt there. (slro of Wedgwood 2:10, und'-l- l otliurt., O A. LACKEY, nnd their competitors are purchased by nnd of dnm of 47 ) lived by gambling, as he had no other American ladies during their visits to Stanford, Ky. Id dnm .Minna (the dam of Kmiuckv NOVELTIES. : Wilkes 2:211. .Mndihim Wilkes 2:22 J, nml EuroiMi than are bought by English cusvisible meanB cf support. Krnndamof Liric Wilkes 2.22J, and 0 tomers. Paris m tho halcyon days of tho Smoked ivory and silver gilt unito in othersl, by ted Jacket (Mro of the iliiin-- i It was hard to get those present to talk second empire was defined us tho place salad spoons and forks of great elegance. of Kentucky Wilke 2 211; nml Mndihon This fine young Mallion willm:iktl llie where Emeralds calochoii and pear but their story is abouttiiko FcrriU's. they good Americans went to when from Wilkett 2 22). and of Kntntltims of So So jilaee, H died, but our transatlantic kinsmen in dead gold form an attractivoshail teason of 18'ffl at my Knob Lickmiles at neck Shelby City, on the pike.', 2 17), and of Hed Wilkes 2:10, ite of 82 I hr fim- saddle stainm Chancey Denmark, Fugleman's have not ceased to Hock to tho gay city trinket. A pistol was found under at th sub ol the in the 2:30 liht.J w ill maUlh season of Senoii$0(). .,... since France has been under the sway of lnderwoo.1 1'ros "4oi a mnc irom iiuiuhc., row of many colored topazes hung $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt. mi tho Kuth Hunch help arrived. A body when the third republic, and fashionable mares at diamonds is a design shown in n 1777. society in tho great cities of tho from Victor Hugo hn beautiful red sorrel The wife of the dead man was handsome necklace. Itecord 2.20 gaits and js a regular Jim $10 toIInsureJOolU Months Old goes all the States is certainly as radiantly attired as Hrown horee, foaletl ISS7, dinil by HelWriting pads and portfolios overlaid I).indv nice one. sent for and she arrived a little are any of tho dames in tho equipages is a bay horw full 16 2ol, he by Chancey Denmark, with jerforated in Louis XV deOn moiit. hire of Nutwood 2:1S, und 41 He "was hired by Silt by HuMil' foaled m i8;, past midnight. Her anguish was pitiful which embellish the Bois de Boulogne in signs are sumptuous encouragements to Second Jewel 18. Second Jewel wan ciml hand high, I... l,l ClAn.wallsired Ills coin othen., ami of dams of 17 in the 2:30 lift. Tun fine weather or who are to bo met with ,th "., lack! '" "J krW" lht dnm Monn Wilket, (dnm of (irorre CtiiiniiighaiirH Jewel, he by old Washci by and her screams were heartrending. She at official receptions and diplomatic soi- correHtKHidence. 5ubSSy'. im Wc have se.rlinKi and Willih 2:201) by George Wilkes ington Denmark. Hr farm, can be seen any time. year olds on our Aparagus tongs and servers have come rees. To a great extent likewise the Pawas Miss Mary Farris, a sister of Mr. J. risian fashions are tiilt Edge's dam was by Stonewall two Chancey Denmark is sound without ..blemtsh of 7S iu the 2:30 lint, and diuiisof R8. to tho foro in numbers. Tho handles aro Jlll'kMHI.I set by the leading act2d dum Uamletlie(damofStartler2:2S, ou him nnd grumbim of Georjje Willh 2:2!1), liy It. Farris, formerly of thia place, and has resses on the French btage, and Mine. much bhorter and consequently aro much Victor Hugo'.s dam was by St. hlmore, Sarah Bernhardt has already shown more serviceable. Hamlet 2:20 (Mre of Lcontino 2 18 nml she by Loam's Gill, oho by dill's" Verone son, Eph, who was present at the transatlantic audiences to what a pitch ft other, ami of the dnm of 21). mont. (.HIV Vennont'oiit of Anna O., The chrysoprmo apjwars now in every II. Iii mil Mack lack, isli hands hljli llh 3d dam Minna (dam of Kentucky of perfection theatrical dress for the fair Fort. Very pretty aro tho daffodils, wild tlnm of Lee Paul. and good bcm-- . time of the shooting. colt coinesj or mare out shoes.he.vy bt.lv Money due when sex can Ihj brought. Loudon Telegraph. roses and pansies of clirysopraso with lie is by llourbon Chitl.the finest Jack in the Wilkes 2:21 and Krnndnin of 7 other, ami grazed or fed at the (lain and grandiim lor f ,oou. Mr. George R. Engleman, brother of gold and jeweled centers. Ono seen was parted with. Man Not ros.poiii.lble for world, sold umcl was sired bv Redmond's Her- - have rt'ptcM'iitntivoM inof four Arv that llourbon the 2:30 list), l.y k... ...... Kw ...... reasonable price. . . .!.. ..j Imn AVluit Etlect Will the Fair Hare n wild rose with a diamond in tho center cules. he by Imp llercuies, ..u the deceased, had the remains taken 'o occur. dam was by Col Ken J ticket (hire or the dam of Kentucky KsParleio.louibor. question was asked the Listener and u stono laid on each leaf. Jewelers' accidents should any The istaVilke 2:21 and Mndihon Wilkes Lear's Imp Napoleon jd, ad dam by lleunaX s.re.l JOIlNSAN'DlIKiE, e his late home this morning, from which recently, "What great effect do you dam by Imp Ca.t.l.an. Ueu.ia i.ta was Circular. Ky. bytl.eBrcaHi.mpron,ue;he by l.ppecauoe; he anil of grniidain of So So 2:171 and KVd Shelby City, this Chicago exhibition will havo Wilkor. 2:40, hiie of 82 iu 2:30 INt. by Imp Wanior. wh.ch the interment will take place RAILROAD JOTTINGS. Chelf is upon tho eople of America comparable f2ft to IiiMiie. Jennet Jack ever in Kentucky, .llourbon all ng him Inches hiali without hort.11.. 6 hand. afternoon in the old Engleman burying with the effect which tho centennial extU wi.tlit t Hi is a cual uiack '. Tho Texas Central is to extend its line DAV I7807. r. a.WIU r ....!.... hibition had?" The question was a hard with mealy nose, ana lor 101m, ":'', ' : Hecord 2 2!) 'ground. one to answer. Wo never know before- from Waco, Tex., to New Orleans. action j ml anp'arancehenas$41nnciiiii, ii.yi." to jennets at fas be seaion or A now station is to bo built nt Middlo-town- , Siretl by Happy Medium, a sire of Ab there were numerous wilnesFes to hand what revolutions we nre going to colt. Slandard;;Kei;ntered. N. V.. on tho Lehigh Valley road. I'helpi' bic jackland Mavio Cobb 2 lilj ami 82 others, nnd of have. The American people thought in Tom Curtis' 1st dam byjee ,'. I1Y GA.M11ETTA WILKKS a SIRFD the. killing, Judge Carson decided an in- 1870 that they knew everything that Elizabeth, X. J., is to havo a big cai her.lambySamiriulls'jack', addam by Ulack dams of 31. ! 'Full brotherlto The KiitR Ihldaiu dam of llimiiy there was to know, but when they got to works, with a capacity of eight passenWilkes Sampson .ii .Um Iirfivfield crandam of!Allce Day 2 2!) J, bv Nutwood 2 18 J, sin, 0f life quest unnecessary. by hnfield a ao lire of x tears of aee at.,Philadelphia they found that they did ger cars a day. .Cenliicky BOURBON t: .' in 30 liht nml of dams of 43. sV4; d dam, Quickstep.f.'by Hobm The hour for the examining trial has not. They were profoundly affected in Tho total amount spent for equipment Princo Jr.. siroof J O 117W: 3" "m "y Old 2nd dnm Noonday, dnm of Darkniulit Sired by old llourbon Chief whoso pedigree is rivQ spite of themselves and their presump. J Jo, slroof dumnf J.foalrd .i), JO. lESo. Out of en anove. iiiam "" " and - .w5 nmi Hhiimu grHiitlniuof Hai- Atitll ..... llavrnll. not been set. We will give a full re- tuous confidence in their own perfections on tho southwest system of tho PanV.t. n. ...1 1... i.- -l l.v l.vnn Walker's Cast n Day 2 20) Con.pieror 2 2 20 ami P.,r,..i,i mim r'.umt.riia Wilkes nroducnl 'i.sm- handle during 159'J was $l,ra9,9;MM9. Oarnbyron 3, a t'' out of a full iter to lleuna Ista, who was out of Kreat gramlam of Gtierita 2 VI lo'i.Hahltia i, port of the evidence adduced in our and omniscience. But tho inlluenco then llothjacks wlliaiamui aiidGnm- Two of the 13 leading English railroads and (jairinupii 4, 140. 2 si'f, a jennet by Ulack iKilter 2 2ft by St. Elmo 2 30, hire of iImidh came from abroad. From what we aro pay dividends amounting to 0 per cent; 8. next. already able to learn of tho foreign ex- two others pay exactly 1 STANDS ATT15 $10 toJInsure Colt 4 Months Old. of 3d dam Midnight dum per cent less, hibit at Chicago, it does not appear like- while three others pay of Gier cent, and ono For jack colt Jio, jennitlio. Itolli jacks have 2 l(t trottltiK 2 0(11 pacing, Noontide 2 20) Cheai' Rates. On the occasion of the ly that wo shall be profoundly influenced pays per cent. proved eacs where The service fee will be due in all the country Heaumont 2 3D) ami Klectricity 2 17f by meeting of the Louisville Jockey Club, by it. But perhaps we shall bo. ol 1'ilot, Jr., wire of John .Morgan 2 24 and 7 Railway extensions aro to ho built in mare ar.parttd with or It seems, however, that the influence Slock Tarin, Marshall, Mich. when such lact is ascertained by us, a lien retain- others and of ihims of 3D. May 10 to 10 inclusive, the Queen and Itred at upiK?r and lower Htfypt at a cost of about Rich bay Wiener 16 hands, loaled in 18E7, is more likely to bo stallion, ed o.i all colts until season U e is paid. 4th daniTwilight, by Lexington, biro rates Crescent and Louisville Southern will our own best minds, exerted this time by 1,'J.jO,000. Tho existing lino from .Mare and Jennets kept at Sired by Recorder 403, son of Alcintara 799. in tho various forms the best son of OeorBH Wilkes, itl fare taken In prevent accidents, but not lenpomi of tlie dam of Nora Temple 2 27J. r.mr.l i oell tickets to Louisville from all stations of nrt and in the application of to Keuehwill bu extended and a nar- dam I.ady l'nnKle.by AlidallahChtif.by ryijprt's art to inb.hould any occur. UNDKRWO()I) UR0S. othdani Daylight, by Imp! in Kentucky, commencing May J and dustry, uion tho minds of our less re- row gatigo railway built to Luxor. Abdallah 16, he by Farmer' beauty, son of oiins hire of Iowa, hho of the dmu of F.nvov Canadlim horse; ad dum ll.ack l'apineuu, a French to and including the fined rfoplu, "I selling daily up 6, 2 28. 515 to Insure. ur great philistino Anne, by .''tar of the West 066, record 1 peifortners PHILOSOPHICAL COGITATIONS. Alcantara led all hones in siring 3:30 morning trains arriving at Louisville "middle class" people. To judge from new ore in tho list, lhi is of 1890, puttinc JJ G AMIIRIJNO 781a. ZMay 19, at the low rate of 1 J fare for the tho architecture nnd landscajKi gardenTho best medicino iu tho world is a iinrqualliil. (Hecord 2:20 j.) In ifyl, by AlcanRecorder, sire ol threpln ing of the exhibition, our commercial bathtub. , round-tripgood to return till May 20. tara; dam by Garrard Chelf; ad dam by Ncrinan Half brother to Jcaunio C. 2:22. classes aro likely to tee u great light. Hay Clydesdale Stallion will These races will be of exceptional inter- Boston Transcript. Silcndid Gold will put n gilt,edgo on nearly ev- Jr. Stands at INSURE Sired by Gainbetta Wilkc, hire of 31 iu AJI.IVK COI.I ttand at J10 TO a large attendance is solicited by est erything. n It is stated that the steamship Paris, Ferrill. np-pe- ar the the ! Governor Flower of New York nnd J. !nIcet;ltno I h.ic returned from the cities with Spelling Morton spent their boyhood ol Millinery which t will sell for small lhi season' leftover, as fresh Gocds daya in school together. from Uttsnson, I will tell itt ssv! Cnrdinal Vnwylian, tho archbishop ol Westminster, keeps himself in good COST CASH ONLY. physical condition by taking a The reason I do this is to rrthicc m Stock ,of walk every day. goods to will be able to tell out my bill iocis at hrt opportunity. M. Godefroy Cavnignnc is a reserved, tho conlully invito the laities to call ami examine I cnutious and even unpopular sort of my Roods. I ha solicit a share ol their patronMRS. I.M. UllUtK, man. Like President Carnot, ho is a civil 9 Stanford, Ky. engineer by profession. Judgo R. R. Nelson of tho United States district court of Minnesota is the CRAB ORCHARD only man on tho district bench npioint ed before tho civil war. As a memorial to their father, Jay Gould's children aro arranging to build a church nt Roxbury, N. Y., whero the Wall street wizard was bora. Blaiiio was superstitious in regard tc This lamed Summer Kciort, with its seven nnd believed that if ho should outlive tho completion of his ninth seven Hoaling Waters and Restful Sur yenrs.he would recover. Ho did not. roundings, Charles S. Hamlin of Massachusetts, who has been appointed onoof tho assistWill bo open fur the reception ol tieftU ant secretaries of tho treasury, is n distant connection of the family of Hannibal Hamlin. MONDAY. MAY 15, 1893. Mr. Oluey is tho sixth Bay State man to become attorney general of the United Health and pleasure seekers will find tin States. His predecessors wero Theoph-iluParsons, Levi Lincoln, Caleb GushAN ADMIRABLE PLACE ing, Ebenezer B. Honr nnd Charles 1 - over it half-mil- e By AHDALLAH MAMHKINO, c. & C. P. CECIL. PROPs. SircofMattio II. 2:111, Geneva S. liettie Jones 2:10 anil others. GAJIBETTA WILKES, Kec.nl 2;22J. in i!;D0list nt 11 ycnrN, Sire of thirty-on- e making hint the greatest sire that evtr lived at that age. (Full brother to The Khitf 2:29 f, sire of 12 iu 2:;i0 ll.st. and Count Wllkexiro of Mill Lady 2 10 at one year of ujje, ami two others.) Sire bv Ccofko Wilkes 2:22. (Sire of Harry Wilkes 2:i:U, and 77 others in the 2::!0 list, and of tlnius of (18.) 1M dam Jewell (dnin of tho Khiir 2:2Hj, Gninbetla Wilkes 2:22J and Ililtln Clay 2::t5, ami full itlitter to lllnck .Maria. :t mile leeonl 7;W), by CSiU's Vermont (tire of Homier Hoy 2:23, and of dams of 12 in 2:0 list.) First tlam Kiln Hopkins, by Octoroon. Second dnm Mollio Winfrey, by AventV Ahtie, sire of ."William Singerly 2:10) and Nora (J. 2:23. QuinineS. will mnko tho season of 1SSKJ at my farm, near Danville, SPRINGS. Charley Sandidge. 4 P. Kivo-yenr-o- . s 1 1 Dov-en- th-I- r Reasonable Rates. u Dick Elmore, Jr. icn-so- u. riZARRO d & Poultry Remedy T "' ..... y ROYAL KING. lt BARNES 21739. NrTmJRST:537. s 1 1 Strath-more- . 1 .'5 ) VICTOR HUGO. Chancy - Denmark, I . iS-,- le GEORGE WILLIS . .1 '' "'"' "-- -, - ,.,. --- 2.-2- . - .1 - huji-pos- 1 GALTON !,' -- 12910. ... ti HAPPY Jay-hye-Se- e, CHIEF -llll-- ...... .1 ", 1 s, N feamp-o- ii 1 Jny-Kyo-S- 1 ALCAN WILKES. Roe-p.- it Oir-ge- h Gk-nco- CLEVELAND, and the Association. For further information apply to local agents, or to D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. When When When When Baby was slclc, we gave her Castor). she was a Child, she cried far Ca&toria. she became Miss, she clung to Castor). she had Children, she gr ve them CastorU. 31 r. Itrlim's I.uck of Humor. Many crimes aro committed in tho Mr. Rehm announces in the pajwra name of insanity. that if his wife, who disappeared last No man's credit is as good at a bank-aweek, does not return within threo days he thinks it is. . he will "forfeit all claims to her." In Every man is a great baby if ho can reality ho forfeited all claims to Iter when find the right one to cry to. he came home intoxicated on Easter SunThe wisest man is tho dead man. He day and belabored her with u club. But never does anything wrong. Mr. Rehm is.not a humorist. He is mereWhile n man is watching his enemies ly a dull sort of fellow who does uot the magnanimity of his wife in hL? friends get away with him. merely leaving him instead of landing When a man stands on his dignity, he him in tho propor place for wife beaters. Is resting on a mighty small New York World. Globe. s spot.-r-Atchiso- THK SADDLt.STAI.LlO.V, Gerrymander 235. HrrdbyW. K Owsley, llurksville, Registered. Ky. Sired by lied Squirrel sj. 1st dam T 34, by Endor a7,liy King Denmark, by Star IVnmark 71; ad dam Dott, by Cray Lexington, 8tc. are both gradfalre ami dam of Gerrymander uated at the Lexington Fair, an henor but few horse in Kentucky can lay claim to. He won first honors at several of the Mgecst lairs in tho d form. Stands at Slate iu his three-year-ol- $tS TO INSURE'A LIVE COLT. W. !. DOI)I, Ilustonvllle, Ky. lht dam Delilah (dam of Jennie C. 2" Gambriino 2:29) nnd Clementine 2.38i' and grandma of Cecilian 2:28, Gilfillan 2:30 Htid Lonziii 2, 2.40, by Adminlbtrator 2.L1IJ, sire of Cutchlly 2:181 and 12 others and of the dam of 31. 2 Two magnificently bred Jacks will make 2:28 ihtm Mary Klmore, dam of Cleveland nnd gramlam of Jcannlo O. 22" the reason at Gambriino 2:20), and Tarns 2:38, by sire of Tom Ilritton 2:20 and Sadie .Living $S Howe 2:20. and tho dams of two. 3d dnm by Stnr Davis, biro of tho dam Call and see them before you breed oH)ickTavlor2-'4- 1. J. W. GIVKNS, 4"th dam by Hrown Pilot, siro of tho your mares. McKinnvy, Ky. dam of Hoalind 2 21. !ft to Insure. $8 to Insure a Living Colt. TWO JACKS. 1 to Insure a Mam-brin- Colt. o, .AhL .tti. fr. . iX- - 3 Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal Breeze - : Wilkes. 1 COL. a:aj4. 3. CT. 2012S. Jake 13567, Hay horse, foaled 1890 tired by record The Lincoln Stock Farm, J. P. CROW, Proprietor, DILLARD DENMARK Thia finely bred saddle ttallion will make the seaton of 1893 at Cook't Sprin't, 2 milet Eatt of Stanford, at SOBBAMBB Standard tired llayitalllon i$K hands high, foaled by retoskey, sire Ning loskey 1:15; .nary I.ou a.ioVSi Nemo O'Neal :aJ4:, Dora.Martin f.ipi at . . , r. veart'Oiu; uy ueorco wilket aire 01 narry A mahogany hay, black mane nnd tail, 16 hnmla WIILea a:itU: with three, high. Fine saddle stallion, foaled May ij. 1S88. r, Wlll.es 1 ijm; uuy records under hired by the wrll known saddle stallion Scream-t- three year I'll Willi Iron Cndniui; ad dam Cadmus it dam, Kannic by he by a noted Denmark horse by American Eclipse; id dam by Urown 1 V'irtt dam by a Second GUI, ad dam by Login Ac. itt dam liliia Jane, dam of Maud Gill. Jd dam by GUI's Vermont. iC : d dim, Klttln Rivert, by Alex Old Screamer in hit day and tlmo wat fine Messenger Maid record sire of ihow horse and has produced a fine lot of saddle andrr'a Abdallah, Jacket,Goldtnuth tte dam Iteil an; 3d hortcs Thl young tlalllon hat a few coining llrecte Wllle will make tho season of 1803 at yenrllnit that show fu.e saddle qualities and arc good ones. Screamer will make the season o! ityjat the itablc of hit owner on the Dix Kiver and (iairard County turnpike, near my place, aV, miles from Stanford on the Rush llranch pike at at dam Lady, by Metroe Wilkes 5139. ad dam, Msg. U., by lialtora 1024, mre of Rosltn, Kentucklan, and of the dim of Kentucky Union, 13) J. 13',; BatsotaWilket. 3:1714; I'alnny, i:ir. Ilonaventura, 3I18J4 and Winston, a.i!)H. Jake ired by Messenger Chief 185, tire of 17 nnd 01 the dam 01 5 in trie a 30 ittt. Melrose Wilkes tired by Red Wilket, tiro of 83 and of the dams of 15 in the 3:30 hit llaliora aired by Abdallah 15, who hat fully a,ooo detcendantt in the rjo Int. Col. II. W will mako the sonson of i&n at our of Stanlord, on tnu Logant place 2 miles north-eacreek and Dlx Kiver Turnpike, 'X'i t'aji McKINNEY, - - KENTUCKY. $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when colt It foaled mares parted with or bred to another ho isc. I'aiturage turnithed marcs at $.oo per month; will not be responsible for accident should any occur. Dillard Denmark wat Hired by Double Denmark he by Montrose, he by Diamond, he by Games Denmark he by tho great race horse Denmark. Denmark, id dam by lit dam by John Dillard, 3d dam by Grey Eagle (thoroughbred) Double Denmark'i dam Nellie, was by Washington Denmark, id dam by Shropshire' Tom Hal. Dillard Denmark It a beautiful dark aorrcl three white tcet, heavy mane and tail, 16 handt high, he has proven himself a breeder of large, handtome movers. Thii is a fine horse if he had no pedigree. Hut wo do not hesitate to say he it one of, if not tho best bred saddle horse in he country. Runs through premium saddlers and thoroughbreds oa both sides. All kinds of plants for sale in teaton. J, K. COOK. Rowland Ky. st At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. W. R. A E. C. GAINES, Stanford, Ky Belmont Chief 8689. STTirVL-JLa- Duddcrar'sMlll, $15 to Insure a Living Colt. If tnnres I parted with money colt until money U paid I At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. I will year-oldjac- k, due. Lein on , at tho same timo and pi ice ttand my 3 CHARI.KS DUNN. T. L. 1IAUGUMAN. Al$S fori man and V for a horie.to iniure a living cll money due on all wiioni when coin come If raareanre traded off or removed from the neighborhood without salitfvlng mo that they are not In Inal, aeiton becomes due. Lien retained on colli Standard, No. till money It paid. Address J.S. rJAUuIIMAN. BRYAN 6480. I1Y METROPOLITAN Son ol Rytdyk'a Ilamiltoulan. ...And. THE SILVER KING. i;j. Dam JOKTTE. wwmnsi& flam Mimw&c Central Park, Danville. GAMBONITO 8419. Ily IILOOD CHEIK791 713 llav Stallion, 16 hands; foiled Sire of Fannie KoLinton, j.inj UtS. Metropolitan by Kytdyk't Hamiltonian dam Hyacinth by Volunteer (.'lira, dam of O. M. SPOONAMORB, Deaterand Dictator, by 'ieelv't American Star. Rowland, Ky , Metropolian is acknowledged by all 10 be one of Son ol OnTlme), firtt dam by Limber Jim; tec- - .k. i.... and by many tho very Lett, bred ttallion ond dam by Old Drcnnon. Thii handsome lad- ever foaled Hit full titter, Reina Victoria, told at the McFerran Sale lor Jj.n. tha hiirheit nrice die stallion will make tho raon of i8)t at the S. ever paid e for a at a public tale. Two tlaiighman place, five mile from Danville on flllle by Metropolitan, neither of which were ever the new Lancniter turnpike, at hooked tingle, told al public tal for $1,311, averaging iUn jo. Oolt. to Illood Chlel.br Illood'a Iliac k Hawk; dam Mlt Duncan by ricott'a Highlander; grandam by We will alto ttand the Aratut; td dam by Tiinoleon. Illood Chief tired Woolcy Jim 19, Fannie Robinson 7 aojf, and Race record 1:14 jth heat. Foiled 1SS7. Mack Chief 1 Jj Illood'a Illack Hawk tired the Jim of BLACK Von Arnim a 1914 and Almoin. Jr , j.j6, and granHone, 16 Hindi dam of Belle llraificld i.to and i'rotiene 1.18. Sired by GA.MMKTTA WILKES. 13.1 handt h'gh, by 1'roctor Knott at Iltyan it a beautiful bay, foaled June 7th, 1SS4. (Sire of jl In 1:30 at 10 year ) He will make thepietent teaion 1893 atMoreland 1 30 to Intturo a Living Colt. m'lei north of llustonvllle, on tho Danville and dam Maud, by Garrard Chief (ir of Haul Duke Marei kept at reatonable rati-- at ower'a rltk. Piaarro (j) Ituitonville pike, t t)( and of the dam a of DunI.nttle Lowne Lorrnaoii 17K, aiilKi IIAUGHMAN I1KOS., (1) i:i6)f, Gtltnas:iHii by Mamhrino Chlel to Living Oolt. Danville, Ky. a 14, by Cordam Nellv, by ton of Hilly Hole beau, ire of 6 producing dam. lie It a ture foal getter anil a fine breeder. j dan by llcln.' Yofkthiri thoroughbred. Lein retained on colt for teaion money, mam In offering Gambonilo'a irrvlce we believe that bred 10 another hone or traded off maket teaton we have In him the IIKST INDIVIDUAL, the money due. and a BEST GAITED, HKST TKMPEKKD W.S. WIGHAM, GOOD A RACK HORSE ai live. He has piov- Moreland, Ky. n MrasII an eicllenl breeder. The first colt or at a year old, and hit get waa handled lat Denmark Chief will make the preient tenon at irolttd quarter early In June in 4 seconds, and wat then turned out until fall ami handled about a moailh and couM I rut quarter late In the Oil in . 19 sacaads, o anybody We make the price for hit tervice bay, 15 handt iV inchet He lour can breed la him-- ljj tointurc.or Jl$ the lesson, yeara it a niceHe laddie well, but hat high, been Will make thefcaton of iSot at "Maples" the not old caafc at tine of service. eoion. trained. He It by Hutchinaon Chltl, No. iiijo, old home of Arthur Sims and Wyandotte, We will handle stvtral of hi get tin Weiavitc you to call and see Gambomlo and hit Oy Menengtr Chief. Hulchinion Chief lint produce, tare to prevent accident, but not re- dam by Sentinel; td dam by Aleiander'a Abdal-tah- ; $20 to 3d dam by Red Jacket. Meitenfer Chief, sponsible should any occur. Marc kept at tea by AbdalUh J'lloi; itt dam by Mambnno Met Lein retained on colt for service fee. Directed Moablarate. by Manibrino Chief, 3d dam by J?iS- i tired by Director 19S.1, record We will handle trotter and taddler at reason-abl- e tenter, ad dam nt Imp, Napoleon. or ad dam Fanny Wilko.by George Wilket 319, record ralct. For luilhcr particular! call on SON. Denmark Chlefi itt dam wat tired by Sumpter ad dam Fan (dam of KateSprague e:i8, Lit WM. M. RUE Danville; Ky. Denmark, he by Ooddard't Denmark, he by Sprajruea jj'A, Ac), by Lance, ten of Flying 4t. Oalnet k Cromwell' Denmark, he by the race Morgsn: 3d dam Queen, by General Gilford; th hone Denmark, he by Imp. Heaireford. Hit id dam Farny, byCnancellar; 3th dam by American dam wat by On Time, 3d Jam by Red Lion. F.clipsc. Directed It 15 hands, Inchet high; he It I w ill alao ttand at tame place my fine mule Jack magnificently built and splendidly proportioned; deep through the heart, tnorl back, long body, ii m thort from knee to ground, thort from bock down, fine loin, hip and atiful, nice mane and tail Crow Standard. Hrcd by Charles Dunn. I'rlnce, the tire of Brignoli aud Joe hlack, tplendid eye, and intelligent countenance. Ily Hubble ackburn, He ii beyond any doubt a born trotUr. A ton of SIKKD I1Y ONWAKI) CHIEF I ISO. tne great Director 1.17, thn only horte that ever Used with a lecord as good as 1:17 that hat tired Hire of 40 Onward Hll, record two with records better than 111 Hut the power Marca patted ith forfeits the inturance. to beget eitreme speed is the birth right of Di in 2 30 list, iiUo 17 jinidticiiiB mjik nnd 10 rector, having sited Direct p) j.04, who has L. O. GARNKR, producing daughter. won Jj3,;7 jo Margaret S., a:iK, winningi J,- Crab Orchard, Ky. MrsM-'ngvr Ilutcliin-son'- s latdaml-ad- r J4 aj; Evangeline (4 yrs, a:nK, who nai won Chfif PJIIIO; Jd dam Klira June, W.Jioand Directum (jyri) winnin, J11.- f'S7 SO. making a total of I69.4f.ja3 for till, ntiar (dam of Maud.MriunKT'J 101, Merit '. 37) tctte Director and hli cet have won altmrniirr by Gcntlo Urcozc 3 ISO, Hire of lVarl '2U0, Jis,7J 75 Jtc; ad dam Kitty HIvcw, dam of IJortlo T. A. F.LKIN', Lancaster, Ky. 9 (Hrl by Alxlnllah 15, ire of Almoiit, Ilclmont, fiC.; 4tb dmnby Hel .Jacket, sire SIRED IIYSDLVER KING (. NABOTlBt KQK01, EUREKACHXEF Illack stalflon; 16 handt hlh; withtut while! brood-mar- $10 Insure a Living d JACK, SMITH, 1 -- ln - At $10 Insure a Denmark Chief. iiib $8 to IiiNtirc a Living Colt DZB.SCTXD 13946, At Insure. Standard Kulu G. Kccord 2:21, made in third heat in raco at Kv:invillc, Ind. IL19 trotted miles in Will rcniain in stud till June 1st nnd then go back 2:10; will go in 2do this season. In trnining. Eureka, by that great show stallion, Coleman's Sired by Walsingham 2101), (sire of Latitude 2:19 nnd 7 or 8 others in the list.) Eureka; dam by Jones Crockett by Scott's Crock1 dnm Tinsel by Messenger Duroc 100, son of Hamiltonian end siro of El ett, son of Davy Crockett. Blood Cheit Jr.. by Blood Chelf 792; nt dam aine 2:20, the dnm of Norlnine, yearling record ,2:31 J. Lizzie Gaugh, by Washington Denmark; id dam (thoroughbred). Robert 2 dam Ikss Sister to James Howell, Jr., by Hamiltonian 10, sire of Dex Old Jennie, byEureka, Brucegrandstre of Eureka the Coleman's ter 2:171. Chelf, wat by Young'iMorgan dam by Boston & representative ol a Eureka 3 dam Jessie Sayre by Harry Clay 45, sire of the dnnis of St. Julien 2:111, Bodine horte thatCheif it a atworthy a family of saddle great founded 2:10, nnd 12 more that have produced 2:30 trotters; also bortes at any stallion that ever made a season in Coleman's Kentucky, viz: Coleman's Eureka. sire of the dam of Electioneer, sire of 50 in the 2:30 list. Eureka wat never beaten in saddle and combined by Liberty, son of Lance, by American Eclipse. 4 dam rings, and he imparted to his get size, color, ttyle though a bat Walsingham 210(1, sire of Naboth, is one of the youngest sons of George Wilkes and finish. Eureka, ribbons at young horse,Fairs. Kentucky won about 50 blue 61fr. record 2:22, who sired Harry Wilkes 2:13, Guy Wilkes 2:15, Mike Wilkes 2:153, Eureka Cheif has never been shown, was not Wilcox 2:10, and 02 others in 2:30 list; also 41 producing sons and 10 producing broken to laddie until last year; but judging from his size, style, color and action, we predict for daughters. attended his him Naboth Is a bay horse, 10 hands high, foaled June 28, 1888. His pedigree and the same success that has his nam Msg, sire Note. oy grandsire in snow rings, George Wilkes, Mamhrino Chief, Pilot, Jr., nnd Illood Cheif Jr.. was a winner In all classes and by contains tho blood of Humblctonian, a horse that never sired a mean one. This horse Harry Clay. $40 to insuro a living colt. is bred right sire horses that will command the Saddle Stallion. Hay horse, 15 hnds high, 3 white feet, heavy mane nnditail, fine style and action. Sired by Woodford Denmark. 1 dam by King William. 2 dam by Goddard's Sumpter Denmark. 3 dam a thoroughbred. 815 to insure a living colt. attention of all Intelligent horsemen. He is good individually and can show for himself in any company. Will make the seaton of 1893 at Adam Pence place, one mile Irom Stanford, Ky., en Hustonville and Stanford pike, at foaled iSS3. SIKKD BY EUREKA. Son of Coleman's Eureka. lit dam Maj;. by Illood Chief Jr., ton of Blood Chief 792. 3d dim by Goodwood, son of Lexington, the founder ot tha great family of race hones. ti $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. SANDIDGE& HUSTON. Stanlord, Ky. Kisg Huston. Silas M. Sandidgb. u; ONWA RDMESSENGER. a 1 PRINCE, JR, j 2M, At $8 to Insure Seal brovrn stallion, 15J hands high, foaled 1S85; bred by George W. Carico, Terra Haute, Ind. SHIED BY KED WILKES 1749. 1 dam Nellie I) by Bolt. 2 Mam Lucy by Coppcrbottom. Jeb Stuart, tire of Kitty Patchen a nV, Dark black horse, a 30, is aijj and Red Wilkes 1749 (sire of Red Belle 2:11. Prince Wilkes 2:143, Allie Wilkes 2:15, nest hands high, sired by Mambrinoi. Patchen, 58) i$ Phil Thompson 2:101, and 83 others in 2:30, eleven in 2:20; 28 in 1891) by George First dam Puis Prall, dam of Lottie Prall a aS Lady Stout 1 29, Black Diamond 2 39 and live ilkes 010; 1 dam tueen Umo by jlamunno (Jnief 11, etc. producing torn Oy Bolt, by Alexander's Abdallah 15 (siro of Aimont, Belmont, etc) 1 dam by Grey Mark Time. 2dand three producing daughters. dam Cora, by Daniel Webster. Eagle. In color, size, style, finish and especially in hit of the legt and feet he Grady Wilkes is by one of tho greatest living sires, is kind and gentle nnd has fre- and like his sire, is the counterpartsuperb old horte he imparts his finish to quently shown a 2:30 gait. Will make the season at $15 to insure a living colt. nis cons. JEB :: STUART. Out-Cros- s r, 'Jn, season or 1893. ati, of tho dam of Kentucky Wllkca 15211, DENMARK, MndUon Wilke 22SJ nnd gntiidam of Wllke lletlWilkw, Ko So 2171. 2221, Ac. Insure llav lioro, heavy inanu and toil, with The Combined Stallion nt SID ulte, "tvIo and flii!li. nnd re)roeiitlng a Living Colt. miiiio of the bet trotting families in Iho wliolo country. Should tnnko a great Mock at our hore. Will make a abort Ktablo 2 inikii west of Stanford, nt and HcgiMerod $12.50 to Insuro a Marc in Foal. Tho StandardMult and JunnetJunnut Jnck t S ID for Colts, and Al mi me place n for Jncky, Sniiiu Terms. Saddle Stallion. By Silver King and out of a Gray Eagle mnre. Ho is a handsome dark gray and a flue show horse. Will stand at $10 to insure a living colt. I also have Four Flno that will stand at $10 to Insure. Stable two miles south of Huston villc on Moreland nnd Carpenter's Station pike. Jacks Jcb Stuart is a full brother to Mambrino Time, that, age considered, it the greatest brood mare sire yet before the public, his daughters having already produced 15 from 1 t6 to a iy' and the oldest out eight yeart old. Jeb Stuart will make the teaion of 1833 at Mill, 4 miles north of Stanford, on Dix River, at $20 tho Season, or Dud-derar't LEXINGTON J. K. BAUGHMAN, 3 $30 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when colt comet or mare sold or bred to another horse. For further lnlormation address S. K. DUDDEKAK & BRO., 1 Gilberts Creek, Ky. 'I he Magnificently Bred Saddle Stallion, Hustonville, Ky. Pn Ijaatja ,1 tij ,PitaV4J" ' EMFEROH, 27. &ffiXDo BICTATOIB STAXDAItD. Illack Stallion; Foaled in 18S4; 15J SENTINEL 21479 r))i ;d bands high. EAGLE BIRD Will make the present season at the stable of his owner, two miles west of Stanford, on the Shelby City pike, at the low price of LARGE MUXE JACK, At $10 7 $25 to injure J. A.&S.T. HAMtlR. Stanford, Ky. For Full I)ircriitou nnd Kxtcnded igree call on or address, 7 Ped- I. S. TEVIS, (Near) Sliolby City, Ivy. Wedg-ewoo- d 436. GILT EOGE 261. Registered $10 Thlt fine taddle slathon will make the season ol iBgj at my tlabla one mile west of McCutmacki Church on the Knob Lick, McCarmacVs Church andTurnertville turnpike road, Lincoln Co., Ky, at S3 tho Liviner Colt. 4 dam Old Twyman mare, (tiutraccd). sin by Old Stonewall Jackson. Money due whfn colt Hands up and tucks, make the season ms fancy saddle ttallion will to insuro a livingjcolt. J v Georgo Dictator will mako the season of 1893 at Colt standing good until season money is paid, ol i&) at our stable t mile from Milledgevlllp, mare parted u ith ur bred to anothtr lioise. Grass furnished at Jzper month. Not responsimares parted with or removed from Co., lotlclts Lincoln county, Ky , 011 the Stanlord and good Mule Will also l'editfiee. pike Uwi.ii; l . 1. scarcity of money, ble fur accidents should any occur. inturance money. Ditcrintiun andheavy .unc we will stand nun GEORGE K.ALKORD, He is a dark bay 15H hands high, At 53 to insure. and tail, very tmoothn, even turned horse .in 9 McKlnney, Ky, Illack stallion, nearly 10 hands high; foaled 18SG; bred by George F. Kcene, Shelby- all the fancy taddle calls which he tunsn.it. . 1.1 B. P. WOODS, ' 1 .uivmg' Colt. $15 to unllormity. lie was sired by Seco.W i ville, Ky. jicu by cwcl Denmark (Cunningham 7u, I. y Stauford, Ky, 5 49, be old Washington Denmark 64 Sirod by Mambrino Lo GrandpJO, (son of Washington Denmark.) .to. cy due when th coll cones crinare sartid Llllie Denmark tired by olJ Stonewall Itt dam Denwiin. Maies grtzed t led at icucnable pnect. Jackson 71, he by old Wathington 1 dam Illack Silk for accidents should nuy occur. by Yellow Jacket 112. mark 64, dam Cruttader &C.: id1 Ja.it wat Not tcunootlble a Ujutifiil red sorrel. Ilaxy mane Gilt Edge is ,. jimcoe Gtencix, he by tired by Rille'i nehes high was louled bept. y the and tail, it hands by Drcnnon. 2 dam dam a thoroughbred, jd dam wat sue rX .Nil wCt-Slii$i hands high. TO MAUDs 6, iSS, and is a pet Ice I saddle hcrse. great old Tom Hal and out of a Coppei. I.nu. nye-Sc- e and Nutwcod nnd half brother to ycar-oami t:ok Gill Edge was showed at a a lust c.a Kealiriug the great demand for By SUMPTER DENMARK, Jit.; he by by Highlander. 3 dam ttillmti 1 davit taken L'rrat talnt lo cross thlt the sweepstake premium at Kirktville and Dan. stallion rccorJ ) Denmark, he by Gaines & Cromwell's Dentlreol cl Jlillvara, at horso and I respectfully Invite the inspection and villoand In his own to ringgood llarrodtourg Thoat 7:08), also ol theand theof threethe damwtn dams ttallion are a wo Grand has been a very successful show horse, having never been beaten in a mark, he by the race horse Denmark, he by Imp, olhTs iecuru patronage of every one wishing; to bred to a horse who svant to bleed look at our taddle and tec hint of 1.19, a:i and 7:191 all made in iSci. hone Hedgeford. belonging to the most popular and fathionablc cordia..) insited to show ring. Is perfectly kind and gentle and is a No. 1 breeder. Erricsson . It a solid black n nanus anil bred tamilict of hit class, aa he crosses back to the most. m Fannie Wallace, No. 36, bv Sir Wallace, weighs taoo lot., and is a stallion Inal rccnt ci.or i dam us sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunningacknowledged foundation taddle strains. iir he by l'odhunter't Sir Wallace, he by to insure a living colt. I aUo have Will stand at himself. Ily f.rrictton 130 the c.iamrlco r ?luCn by old but Maret kept any way on liberal terms, occur, not ham's jewel, heMinnie VVasnington Denmark Sir Albert (thoroughbred.) of his day. nt damby Uodoc, Id uy McDonald's llalcorn. I, t n Hit first dam responsible for any accidents should any by Vlrgintus (dam ofVlrginius byTran- a dam Second dam by eilt crusader, bis ist nam or sire ol Pilot Jr., sire of the ila s Maud.., M. CARTER, JR., J. and Nutwood. His cells by, (thoroughbred) he by Mason's n.'.ui Stonewall Jackson, he by Washington Denmark, kind, good size, fine style, havin; picuueed some Shelby City Ky he by Illack Denmark, bit ist dam by Crusader svr.ip. to insuro a living colt. Which 1 will stand at tho same plnco and tiino at ad dam a Rocky Mounta n mare. of the best the country can afford. he by Old Whip, 3 dam... .a Whip Mare. They are good roadsters and the cost c family ill pasture marcs at ;.', out not responsible tor accidents. horses, and it handled would make good racers. Insurance. $15 MADISON SANDIDQB& SON, Will make the teaton at hit stabla , mi!,., from M. S. BAUGHMAN, , Huttonvilloon the Huttouvillcand Liberty road, Mllledgeville Ky. Stanford,Ky. 3 i Scasin, or ts In:iro a Livl By Second Jewel 48. 1 113. RECORD Which wat made with but little handling. Siro of .lav Eve See 2:10, Phallas 2:101, Director 2:17 and 33 otbers in the 2:o0 w Sentinel 11479 "'d by Aimont Sentinel, by Sentinel, ho by llambletutiian 10. list, ami grand siro of Direct 2:00, Nancv Hanks 2:01. Lockhart 2:143, nnd X other ist dan. by Shakespeare dam by Long'i Ham- in tho 2:30 list. Dictator by llnmblctoninn (hire of Electioneer, Georgo Wilkes, Dexiltonian; td dam a thoroiighlinil. o"f Dexter 2:17J, Alma 2:23 nnd Astoria 2:29) by AmeriSentinel 2147 is a neautiful dark bay, 16 hands ter, etc.) dam Clarn!(dam high, heavy rtatie and tail and pronounced by can Star 11 (sire of the dams of Guy 2:12, Kobert McGregor 2:17, etc.) v competent juiljcs to be the handsomest hcrse in Kentucky 1 dnm Alice. . . .by Aimont 33, record 2:39J. by Abdallah 15 (sire of Goldsmith Maid In selecting a ttallion endeavored lo get one 2:14, and Ilelmont. siro of Xutwood 2:lSj) dam by Manibrino with a gentle disposition, combined with tize, form, fine itquarc trotting action, speed and Chief 11, out of a daughter of Pilot. Jr (sire of tho dam 't of merit as wellas pedigree. As a sire I am Maud S. 2:0SJ'. Aimont sired 50 in the 2:30 list. . satisfied that his success is assured, as he has some very promising that I am sure, will 2 dam th'o dams of by Norman 25 (siro of Lula2;14, May Queen 2:20, of go in the 30 list thjs year. Two of them uere sold at the Lexington sales this jear and brought Xorval 2:17, Fanny Kobinson 2:201, Norman Medium 2:20, etc.) good prices. by Morse Horse G; 1st dam Slocum mare, by Magnum lioniun. Sentinel JI479 will make tho season ol iSotat my HableatMcKlnney, Young Twyman mate, by Cocurde Leon (Ilevis). 3 dam 1 indi-sidu- Sirod by Dictator $15 to Insure a Living Colt, $15. Eagle lilrd it a dark brown, full 16 hands. He has a fine mane and tall, with as much style and As a uniform action at any horse In Kentucky breeder of hlzh styled, hich finished, fine colored colts he is not surpassed by any horse within our knowledge. lie was sired by the gieit King Eagle, (winner of more than 40 premiums. First dam by Star Eagle, (best son of Cabbell's , Lexington.) 3d 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 Ulack sire of lllnck Squirrel, ist dam the dam of Mark Diamond and .Monte Chnsto) by Black William. Care wilt be taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Parting with mare positively forfeits insurance Grass furnished at $1 per month Ba-gl- e, Colt Four Months Old. At $15 to Insure a SI 5 LIE Q-ttJTSTT- D 746. stand a Jack i.l At Instil ERRICSSON JR. 7 , WALLACE DENMARK 55. tad-.1- 1- j ut God-dard- 'a I,-- n. 1 1 $0 1 i. . Throe Good Jaoks, $Q the SILVERJ.TIP 169. pike, This handsome taddlo ttallion will make the one teaton of iSjj at th stable ol lleazley llros.,turnmile west ol Stanford on the lluslunvil.e BED At $10 to Insuro a M uo in Foal. EsA-G-IjIE- LEZEL 262. , Mares bred and traded or bred elsewhere renders season due. Lein retained on coll until tetson is paid. STANDARD. Koaled Mayw, 1889. Illood bay, black legs, heavy mane and tall, 16 hands high. Sired by the world renowned Rod Squirrel, the greatest saddle stallion on earth. The winner of threo prizes at St. Louis, Mo., fair, as the boat taddlo ttallion any age. Premium J75. Second as the bett taddle stallion, mare or gelding any age; premium $150 Third at the best model utility stallion, mare or gelding any age; premium $150. A success not achieved by any other ttallion on earth before or tince, living or dead. Red Squirrel tired bv Black Squirrel, by Black Eagle Ac. Red Eagle's dam, Rowena Webb Rusiell 744, by Funk's Sumpter Denmork, wat never defeated in a walking ring by ttallion, mare or gelding. Red Eagle will be permitted to serve 30 mares, ntk, 9 Pasture J 1.50 per month, all mares at owners At $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. Money due when colt 11 fouled or niaro parted with, moved out of the county or bred to another horse. Pasturage furnished maret from a distance taken lo at ft per month. Due care will be. 110 event prewill vent accidents and escapes', but In lor either. we be responsible I'edigree:' SllverTip was sired by Silver King, On Time, he bv Stonowall Jackson. Virtt dam by SkedaJdle, by Oliver, ton Of WagLion. oner; second dam by Red Mo lie Mounce, sired by Sliver King's dam waa Cabbell's Lealngton, ton of Illood a Illack Hawk. Young America, son of Taylor's Mes,d dam by senger. Skedaddle's nt dam by Medoc, d dam TrJUe.c7Upt!o3-SUv1;- E. S. POWELL. Hustonville, Ky. ON : TIME, : JR., at Will make the season of 1893 at my stable Rowland At $8 to insurv x Living Colt. BBASLEY foaled May ,, ,UI, w,. high, hnfc mane It a beautiful red bay, ijK perfection. We claim tall, which he carriea to "01 this young .union that he has more natural Itvle and action than anyatalllon in the country-- in as a word, he U a model In form andthis Ita taddle one readily seen that iinnt Iican betaddle ttallion, in th.St.te.withof blood coursing through his th. very bett saddle both sides by tiioroughWedt. Colt. backed up on (his stallion's aaddle quaTitiet. he In addition to trot, which eminently recom. combined midiWmat.alr. of .high class him as a bors--t. The cheapest fee of any ttallion , in tht State, We can readily recommend season and Sno breeding considered. Ms will be hit third breeder, at this Personal attention to stock at owner's risk. will compare favorably with the get of auy K. D. KENNEDY. horte In the country. Hustonville, Ky. W. H. HAYS BROS. At $15 to Insure a Living IV. isss. He is a fine saddle horse, wltn fine style and action aud good mane and tail. He Was sired bv Ilubbln't On Time, ha bv nIH Stonewall Jackson, he by Wathington Denmark, he by Gainei' Denmark, he by Imo. Hcdtreford 1st dam by King William, the noted saddle stal. Hon; ad dam by Whip: 3d dam by old Telegraph, a great producer of taddle bortct. On Time. Ir.. bred from all pood families nf ml, die horses in Kentucky, will undoubtedly produce good saddle horses. Will also staud a young jack at same place and same price. A lien wilt be held on all colts till teaioa It paid. For further information, call on or address W. H. DUDDEKATt, Rowland Ky. yeart old; 16 hands high. By WALLACE DENMARK 53; (tee pedigree of Wallace Denmark jj.) Mag 37, by Vidette, by VInder. he by 1 dam Jllood't Black Hawk, he by Old Illack Hawk. Vidette'a itt dam by Whip, sd x Combined bay stallion, i6,hands high; both hind ankles white. dam Gallatio, 3d dam Old Tiger. tit dam by Mambrino Chief 11,' ad dam by Old Bay Messenger, 3d dam A.33D.A.rJ:L..A. by Cannon's Whip. by Davy Crocket, ton of Denny's Drennon, by Imp. dam the Wm. Lusk saddle mare a dam Julia Wallace, bv ,r Wallace, he by Drennon. the bett saddle mare ever m Garrard Co, Todhunter's Si. Wauace, he by Sir by Highlander. a dam Albert, (thoroughbred.) Abdallah Messenger (tire ot English Hunter) it by Mesienfjer Chiel (sire of Maud Messenger a 16U 3 data..... by Virginius( he by Mason's Whip. in 187a, sire ol Von Amm 4 dam Jake a 13. and 7 others better than a 30). ist dam Susie (by Sentinel a Whip mare. a 19K and 7 others better than a 30, and lull brother to volunteer) ad dam Klttv Ulvers g. d. ol Insuranoe. $15 Maud Messenger a i6V) by Alexander's Abdallah (sire of Goldsmith Maid a 1 and the most prepotent son of Rysdyk'a Hambletonian.) by Red Jacket, (sire of the dam of Kentucky Wilkes T01C 3 dam 3 31 and of the g. d. of Red Wilkes) by .Comet Son of Wallace Denmark; itt dam by Miller's a son of Sherman Mergan, tire orVermont'a Black Hawk, founder of the Morgan family. Denmark, he by the race horse Denmark; his dam Florlrs!, id dam by Montgomery's Oliver, 3d dam lira Kicairn iniiiy ui roauiicre in ine worm. by Old Drennon. Tom is a fine shaped horte, I will stand Knglish tlunter tne season 01 iso.t at my statue 3 miles from bhclbv Ultv. on the Knob black with heavy mane and tail, ijK handt high; Lick and Turnersville pike, at $8 to insure a liviog colt. Money due when colt .is foaled or mare Is a natural taddler and will warrant him a taddle parted with. I will also stand tfte excellent young Jack, breeder. $8 tne Insurance. Stock committed to my care and breeding will receive my personal attention. Grass furnished at reatonable rates, to be paid before removal of No responsibility for accidents or escapes. Three years old, iS hands high, with white points, heavy bone good style and extra length.l ISired by stock. with stock forfeits Insurance. Parting; the champion lack, Tom Keenc, by Rube Uillington, he by Clark's Mammoth, he by Wights MamI have a nice track and ttable in connection with moth, he by Maringo Mammoth. Tom Keene's dam by Col. Epsom, he by Epsom's Montgomery, by Cole's Montgomery, by Old Black Sampson. Tom Keene's second dam by Mogul, by Cotnprotnite, by my busincta. Mr. Roy Keailey, a fancy aaddle Tlnn.ranoa. bv Black Hawk, br Imn. Warrior. Gov. St. lohn's dam Dollv Woods, br Tullv's War- - hoise man, it with me and we are prepared to han rior, her dam an Imported jennet. The above finely bred youoa; jack, whose blood lints trace twice to die horses, both lor saddle and harness, satisfactothe great Warrior laiuily and to the noted Black Hawk, t ns greatest of the Warrior family, with an rily to our patrons. Infusion ol iretn imponcu uioou ciote up, snouiu prove a rcat brevier Thre will alio be tome of bit J. STEELE OABPBNTER, stand at $10 latt year'a get in the neighborhood U show for themselyet. as Willsex 01 progeny- to insure a living colt Hnstonvllle, JCy. 5 to tojyrovjj .aire iia ij lor jennets, witnout distinction 4 EIsTGLISH: HTJ1TTEB. MESSENGER. Vin-de- BY ,, - the EOBINSON. &7&lEgmMM 5W, SH9 i B. P. POWELL. Ai. (tr',V j ri" rA lf,N - mif$i!m.-sitmi0i- f r so (irwi fJOHV" -- V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - Stamford, Ky., May 12, 1893 'K W. F WALTON. EIGHT A every iFiaiD.A.Tr. : PAGES. It . I 111 in t:l: I ft I II. short notice In the second edition to r.lnt.hinrt f Shnpji. 7 ft. of last paper told of the electrocution of to every we weeks Carlyle W. Harris, at Sing Sing. 0 wing to We to the atrocity of the crime and the in of the criminal, this case has telliftence created more interest than any for a long time. While studying medicine in Brooklyn, Harris, then about 21 years of age, induced Miss Helen Totts, who was go. to accom- ing to school, to marry him clandestine,.,7 hpfni'P. dm'.nd sn wp, ' MM fLiLC . . ww - . '" w JsM 9 . . J . .Mm. r I . ly. They kept their secret well till nauvry jrvwevov ture began to assert itself and the days goods of maternity drew near. The poor girl . ,.,..7 i 11 it t im i i im rlnti niifliMi ivw ti frill Jl..'.. UIUO VUtzr .. VfbVlOi; yuiv iuiaivu, ivivy nwy iwn ocuf professed religion pleaded with bim to make begged and marriage Mrs. Stagg ZlllllUl Tine National Republican League is in and joining the Methodist church, bemarriage known, but he declined their nd proposed a criminal abortion. Com- session in Louisville, but as there are no came Jan active and devoted member. pletely in his power, the young wife con- offices in sight for the members, the ob- Eleven children were born to them, sevsented, on condition that he would tell ject of the meeting is not clearly defined. en of whom are living Mrs. T. J. Fostheir secret to a girl friend. He did so, Webb Flnnnagan would perhaps remark ter, Mrs. J. T. Bohon, E. S.. W. D S. P. love to and then performed the terrible act. A that it is the hope of future reward in and D. B. Stagg and Mrs. C. T. Bohon. strong constitution was in the girl's fa- the shape of offices that springs eternal In 1S05 Mr. aud Mrs. Stagg removed to SonntiA. vor and she recovered, after weeks at in the hearts of the members af the g. o. this county from Harrodsburg, where i p. and makes the bread and butter brig- they have since mado their homo and death's door. Then be began to tire of won tho friendship and esteem of all OU, to rii,uui uvuLur uiw tiv uuiculu mcv wutivif the girl and in every way show that his ade hustle in spite of itself. WOrtn Finally she was taken injeontact with them. Mrs. who came wool love had ceased. GnovEii might do well to learn of Stagg was noted far and near for her pisick and he procured some capsules, tell John. When Carlisle was asked what ety and goodness of heart and her eutire ing her that they contained quinine. She be was the reason he fired a certain repub 7Jcr cent- took four as directed and he went off to life was a grand exemplification of the answered laconically, "I wantlican he ween, s or un.uiG. JL Old Point. Morphine had been substitrim christian character. That she has to SUVO Give US U Call Ulld WC Will drug and it was not ed his place for a democrat." What bet- received the welcome plaudit, "Well b' y Kn to tuted for the other reason do you need than that, Mr. J ...... !... UUUU.l .n,1 faitlifnl anrvnitt " Wf long in doing ita deadly work. The ter UV uv.1 Cleveland, to turn out the last son of a UUUC, UIUU none who knew her can entertain a young murderer was arrested and after gun? doubt, and her husband and children numerous trials and appeals, was finally NEWSY NOTES. have the consolation that if they too shall placed in the execution chair Monday, hold out faithful they will wear with her when 1,760 volts were sent through bis A railroad war in the West has put producing instantane tho crown of eternal life. A short sermiserable frame, death, the current being turned off the fare from Denver to Leadville, 300 vice will be held this, Friday, morning ous NEW ADYKatlSEMKNT. He refused spiritual miles, to 2oc. at Mr. Bohon's, at 9:30, by Rev. Well-bur55 seconds. in The electric display at tho World's and at the grave in BuU'alo Cemeconsolation almost entirely and spent bis of Fair is pronounced one of the grandest tery about 2 v. m , by Rev. W. E. Arlast momenta writing a biography illuminations ever seen. nold. himself and attempting to prove hia inALF0RD & M'AFEE, Five white caps were sentenced to maintained with his nocence, which be FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. two years' imprisonment each iu the LIvory, Food & Sale last breath. His case aroused the sentipenitentiary at Brook Haven, Mies. His entire interest in the 0 McKlNNEY, KY. Teero are now nearly 2.),000standard mental all over New York and over The president has appointed Mr. and registered stallions. iuy people signed a petition to the govpirtneuhlp atjJ We hxve forroM Blount, whom he sent as commissioner Jones Bros, sold to Joaeph Coffov a plied our liable with ernor to pardon him, but the executive to Hawaii, to be minister resident there. lot of butcher stuff at He New Horses, Buggies, Wagons, was made of Bterner stuff than to let U. H. Warner, the millionaire Safe with duty and be The fair at Stanford, Thursday and Ac Special itienllon to the ttareline public sentiment interfere Remedy medicine man, of Rochester, N. Friday, July 27th and 2Sth. allowed to leave out Kethme but refused to stay the execution of the senMibte. Y., aesigued for the benefit of his creditMisRobinson, of Boyle, sold to a tence, further than the law's delay bad ors. jack for $00. already done. The easy death he died There is no doubt about the death of souri party a And- who de- Ex President Gonzales, of Mexico, this , John S. Buster, of Mercer, bought was too good for such a fiend, stake for the time. He passed in his chips Monday, of E. Vaught, of Boyle, a gelding for served to be burued at the by S300. wretchedness and 6hame ho brought ina fortune of 17,000,000. l)iiWitonKrar)acV. i'4 hand hlKh, bred by d.m by .a fmpmted Squire "rewitt bought of E.nmett .nT.nporte.1 to the life of the unsuspecting and conThe House committee has decided jentiet 0lnB to the UUncf of the t me t .n ....,H him it crv low term fiding young girl. to present a bill to abolish the Feeble McCormick, of Moreland, i)0 175 pound Wm. IU)) place, i u.lle Irow SUnfflM, Minded Instituto at Frankfort and con- hogs at 01c Advocate. A new kind of bunco gsme has been lookout, a favorite, won the Ken- - At S5 to Insure a Living Colt vert it into nu asylum for insane wo.. sprung at Norw.ilk, Conn. A man claim t... fnll. l.ltW.Mlli Pllltlltt fl ' 1... men. m.-u.r ...a , r ing to be a preacher asks to be enternut r.raon lea liable termt:ill.KOKI) MK.sSI.R Chairman Carter, of tho National lOU IllI less Oil whip, -- .oi. tained by a farmer for the night. He is Republican Committee, says that it is Jer.t There came to my place a few days accommodated nnd works the religious necessary for CONIHTION OK 11 IT. the future welfare of the ago a sandy boar. Owner please call for racket for all it is worth. After he has party that young men be called to the him. J. K. Baughman, Hustouville. & TRUST CO. succeeded in ingratiating himself in the front. I am still buying wool and hope to FARMERS BANK of his host, a man and woman favor Indignant negroes at Harrodsburg ee all persons who have it to fell on Al' MANI'OUn, drive up in great haste and Hsk if a are desirous of lynching Arthur Parr, a Monday next. Remember 1 will pay the At the cloe of bulne May 4, And ask a continuance of the patronage extended the firm of Higgins preacher is there. He is, of course, and young negro confined in tho jail, charg- highest market price. I. M. Bruce. & VanArsdale, and will make it to the interest of ethers to trade with they appeal to him to marry them. He ed with the paternity of his A good picture of clever Tom VerKKSOUKCKS me. The books and accounts have been transferred to me and I will ties the knot and the farmer and hie wife child. ger, of this place, appears in Monday's jai.(9 1 Noted anJ Mll dieountd cercontinue the latter with all who desire. The fifth biennial session of the Louisville Times, with a notice of the are requested to sign the marriage . Overdraft fraTClothing, Hoots and Shoes will be sold regardless of cost to close tificate as witneeses. They do ho and Knights of Macabees iu in session at Port string of fine trotters he is handling. lloudf W 1, .... out stock. paper turns up next day as a nego- Huron, Mich. Tho report for the term Bring me your Due from Hank the Wool Wantkii. 4.JOO oo tiable note for a large sum, which is ending Dec. 150, '!)2, shows that 4157 tents wool and get tho highest market price. Hank lloue, furniture aHd futHr -Exponirs and taei. ....promptly dipcounted iu the local bank. wtre initiated, with a membership of I want it aud will buy it if you will give . i9 8J Cah People who live by their wits are very Win. Moreland, me an opportunity. A Chicago jury gave Augustus Stanford, Ky. fruitful of resource and they usually pick iu. MAilll.lTlliS. upon the unsuspetting granger to work Groshon $2o.OOO for the loss of a foot. WE SKU.- Wm. Moreland sold to J. S. Owsley hu.ooo oo en. Some of them are plausible enough The West Chicago Street Railway Co. 10 to J. F. Capital Jtock catile at lie; . 5.9J 7' Surplus to fool the very elect, but keep your eye was the defendant in the suit and Gro- Owens two weighing 3,2o0 at 4 20 aid a Due locate ank aod llalik.rs. S,4l d "!t'96' 3' skinned; read the newspapers and you'll shon was thrown from oue of its cars. lot of milk cows at t:50. He bought of Individual deposit E. M. Durant and Slater Howard, of never get caught. Now is the time to II $J48,l H. M. Johnson 100 enee at $3.50. named Atlanta, road leisurely from their homt-subscribe. MOUNTAIN The $300 purse for saddle etullions I, John II. OwJcy, cadiiir of the aUved to Chicago on bicycles in 14 days. It offered by the Lincoln Fair is creating ll.ink, do wlertnly iwear lUut the above tatemti.l Newport Journal, re- must be takeu into consideration Blakely, of the my knowledge and belief. that a is more than It true to tlie be.t of OWSI.liV, Cathicr. fers to this paper as "that excellent pro- great deal of bid road lies between the considerable talk and it JOHN probable that tins ring will be full of May hibition sheet," while others speak of it two cities mentioned. Sworn to before me by J. II. 0vley. tbii for the rich priz. Write to the Both are w. M.nRioirr..N.f i. c as a religious publication. , .&. Thomas Tucker, Sam Young and secretary for entry blanks. right. Henceforth the Intkhior-Jouk-nMose Morrow, charged with killing The secretary of the Lincoln County will be a prohibition religiouB inNew, were bound over to the grand Stock Fair received a letter from Matt ItEPOKT OK THE CONDITION Canary and Mocking Hird Cages, Hanging baskets, Flower Crocks. (?). We have given the devil jury in Pulaski in tho sum of stitution OF 5,000 Cohen this week, stating that he would New stock of Genuine Carbolic Sheep Dip. Prices reasonable. tho best years of our life by dishing up each. It Is alleged that the men were THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, be on baud during the fair with eight political matter for the delectation of paid S1S0 to kill New. Al SIAMOKD, head of of "crackir.g good" horses. Mr. him and hia satellites and like many anThompson Bros., railroad contrac- Cohen is riding for Joseph Hales, of near of bun. In the Slate ol Kentucky at the other old sinner, we now at the 11th tors, with headquarters at Ashland, who May 4. i93 hour seek to ilee from the wrath lo built the West Virginia extension of the Rschmond. II II. KINO. (JKOKG1C II. I'KKWITT. Rl..SOUKCl".S. Joah Joues lost a fiao mare We come. Norfolk and Western, and ho have a nehday, but he ttoes not know what causJab.fji 70 I. un and t The Mason & Foard Company have lare contract at Pineville, have assign ed her death, as she was apparently well Overdraft, neuiod nnd uhhwhwI.. .. 4.9 4J ya,oos 00 of 100 to ed. Liabilities very heavy. Circulation temporarily lenHed the labor an hour before she died. Mr. Jones' U. S. itamUt'i n:ure M.49 "' minimum' bid receivcIuiib, elc...... 500 convict at the One of the two murderers who late loss considerable, a full sirtter of the btocki, MKuntic, is MORELAND, KY., ff tho commissioners on their recent ly escaped from Sing Sing has h?en mare having sold a few years nuo for Due from approved reserve asenU ed by l.tr? 37 We have opened up a nice line ol Due Irom other National llaliki. advertisement for bids. Tho governor; f0luui Hoating in the Hudson with a bill- $000. She vfls by On Time, out of an E Due from Stnte lkink and lUnkar Jjo l nnd his man Friday, that is to say, Sec lot hole through his head. He miulit us Kimball mare. furniture and ftxmoa, Ilanklng-houJJ 90 retary of State Headley, voted against well have tried Jhe Carlyle Harris routf. Other real estate and owrtiaiK owned U i.S7 "a The fainilv of Rev. Oeo. O Bun B Current expn and ux beats two The mystery of wliy he was killed and the proposition, but three - l,4 l7 .v Hook, at At- Check and other cah im iniehty badlv, and the lease was accept- who killed him ii both interesting and are now visiting Rev. J. I,04u We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get Mr. Barnen goed to White Hill, of other Hnk lanta, Ga. ed. profound. IractH.nal papu curiencjr, utekoU mi the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, Springs, Fla., on the tth, to op?n thu 76 I he impression is slid to prevail at iimu Consistency-isjgenerallsupposed to which enables us to make very low prices. IJascs of steel nails $2 per at that place. Rev. I. K. Specie regarded of tl o Kichmontl that the numerous Madison Chautauqua he a jewel, but it is not coal oil 10c per gal. with all other goods in keg, do. wire nails McElroy, who held a meeting hero re- Legal lender iotM.......... purest ray serene by the republicans. county applicants for the collectorohip of cently, has been iuvited to bacoma Redemption fund wMfc U. S. Tttmumr K&Wgi no 00 proportion. t twirccnt. uf circutwto After endorsing and voting for the new that dibtrict have virtually eliminated of tho Presbyterian church at LexjfoTcrms cashgor country produce. Gi c us a call We will save you ronstitution almoft to a man, the repub-- i etch other from the race and that the ington, Mo., and will preach there M iy loul money fight is now between C. H. Rhodes, of MAillMTIIiS. licans who gathered in Louisville this J. -- Paris Kentuekian. Capital .KKk week condemned the patchwork con- - Danville; John W. Hughes and J. F. iSTWc are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. Surplu fund Fair Excursions. Z. Where, oh where was Witherspoon, of Harrodshurc; Ed Bell, World's cern from A to proUl M c Undivided fc of Lawrenceburg; John II. Welch, of Billy Bradley at ? The C, H. it 1). will allow !; "" National Ikmk Note outtlawtwK oo reading that Individual dooMt iui:t to hck ... Nicholasville, and Robert W. Riddle, of at Cincinnati on all tickets 31 - !. way. On all regular World's Fair tick- Due toother National Hank The pension office is no at in charge of Trvjne. Courier-Journa' or Southern Ohio Due to Stale lti'iml ranker 9 an honest man and a gentleman. Judge Tll0 meetinu ' of the ronubliean ets from the South the U., thrabun .uiwt too 00 new commissioner, leagues at Louisville seeing not to have and reading via Cincinnati and be al- Llabintie other Win. Lochren, the r will D. to Chicago, a H. ..4jVj 4t was sworn in Tuesday and there will be been the political success that was de- lowed within the life of the ticket, and lotal . privKKNTUCKV, such scandals as nourished un- sired. A republican organ says: "The passengers can secure tho stop-ovj no more ST ATI-- OK w with the County of Lincoln, der the administration of tho rascally great leaders of the republican party are ilege by depositing the tickets Associaand Manufacturers' Raum. I. John J Mi KiiWrt, calner of above named conspicuous by their absence. Call the Merchant tion at Cincinnati. For rates, folders Hank do molemnl)' wir that that the above tate. of my knowiude and i true to tho The editor who go to the Press meet- roll: Harrison, Sherman, Quay, Reed, and and full information regardiug tho Ml.0lKKTS) Cafclil cr Is Kecoirinf Hii Chicago will uot he limited to re- Foster, Wanamaker, Cameron, Elkins, world'B trip, including special induceing at Suhs. nbed and orn te Imfore me thi nth day ments offered by the citizens of Cincin- of Mai , W. M. HKICJIIT, N. J. L. C. ! turn on the special ti an. Their passes lugills, Piatt, Boutello, Lodge, Alger, nati for : : in the Queen City, li'irreit itt't: : will be fixed so that they can eUy in the Morton and all tho rest. Not one is here A D. agent, or L.O. any C., H. J. S. IIoikbii, "Iy Director. I. V. Havuh.n, Windy City as long as they wish, or un- or will be hero. Their absence provokes G. P. nnd T. A. World's Fair Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. J T V II in-- , comment. Why have they not come?" Route. 200 W. 4:h street, Cincinnati, O. is lost. til all their lucre DEATH'S DOINGS. Tns republicans aro having a big time Louisyille. Thero came near being a in Thut death loves a Bhlning marlt is big row to start with by refusing Mr. again exemplified. Miss Alma Hagan, Carter the right to presido, but he qui of Richmond, beautiful, lovable and cul etly withdrew and was afterwards elect tivated, became his victim Tuesday night ed chairman. It is said that the first when her bright young life went out afaction was intended as a snub because ter a short contest with that relentless ho is believed to be nu uncompromising disease, consumption. There is deep Harrison man and stopped by to see sorrow here among those who knew aud him while en route to Louisville So loved her for her many graces of head far nothing particularly has been done, and heart. except to orate, oratory being on tap At the home of her daughter, Mrs. early and late. O. T. Bohon, at an early honr yesterday Prktty Pauline Markuam, who car- morning, tho spirit of Mrs. Elizabeth A., peace ries, or rather is carried, by a pair of the wife of Daniel Stagg, Sr., passed a week ago she Buprettiest ankles in the business, stopped fully to rest. About paralysis and into a hole in the pavement on a Louis- ffered the third stroke of sinco then she has for tho moat part laid ville street the other night and sprained periods of lucid-nesone of them so badly she Iisb not been in a stupor, with brief Born in Mercer county in 1814, able since to appear on the stage. She has sued the city for $10 000 and ought she was united to the man for whom buo to get everv cent of it, as her success made a most loving and true helpmeet behind the footlights is due much more when she was barely 17 years of ago. So have lived together in to the shapeliness of her limba than to for fll yeara-thesuch peace and harmony as rarely falls any histronic abilities that she possessto the lot of mortals. Shortly after her es. s. BIG BARGAINS AT THE LOUISVILLE - STOEE. in our store at tion n.Jo prices, but Every day a Special Bargain Day. matcn our competi Garnets and Mattings sell forced thin found are few for the next bring. expect make wJiat it will tat We do not sell our stock of .- .. Dry A CHANGE IN 0UK BUSINESS. m W ti-ttr- y must reduce our great stock. Our way iaiesi, plisi this is to give our yrienas ana customers mu very country. Remember ever sold in this part of tlie very cheapest arid ....y tl mf you can get any l 1 For Less ll""" Mothers in First, Three Powerful Reasons: volitest It lias tlieinlargest and. loveliest stock arc salesman town. Third, The prices Tt.lias the lower than any other store in town. Here are a few leaders: Children's ox, wuruu $1. Suits at loC, suits at 5 that U,wortli $7. Men's strictly all Men's suits at 8.5 less than $10; msn's jeans pants at 75c, worth uou can't buy elsewhere for less Si 50' blue cotionade pants for 50c. Shoes will sold for 50 rur nam jucn fine sveciaosaie nais mis suit i),., guarantee mnrth SI. 50 $2J0. you money. Than Our Competitors Can Possibly Buy Them. bring their Children for Clothing at The Louisville Store for n THE LOUISYILLE STORE. I Have Purchased of Stable, iM W. H. Higgins. 40,-00- he GROCERY GABRXEXi. lk, HARDWARE 1 ' :r Ityt-l.- ': r .ij ';'""" ;t--- - iJ cran, mis, sir k.. I half-sister- 's ... S. ' two-vear-ol- d The Gurney Refrigerator, THE WHITE 11 con-t'Blau- al Gil-so- n ICE CREAM FREEZERS. WATBB COOLERS, McKlNNEY BROS. , ile 1 . dw-oun- KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, - 1 e, Dry OO 1 y pad-to- r S.o, 1 IJ W 1 I stop-over- s lJil 4 KING PREWITT. l. a - 1I1.111 t stop-ove- er bt jjn stop-ove- r ad-dre- ss SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.- "V. u!i e.i. iu - "i Afc . ife.tJ, fc!4XJfe4jjtjg!Jl ttk-- l BgfvATwSTwVMawrff .jfjglfiWm.wftmrwffirtl.vtrimtf' ' rTo?!n?)!!r IT . Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal .May 12, 1893 Cou I). G. Slauohtkr will open Green Briar Springs to the public June 10, with a big picnic and other attractions. WiNTKn seems to hnve stopped lingering in tho lap of Spring, Tho Inst few days have been delightfully pleasant. J Stahfoiid. Ky IS CWAkTOM.) i cm. Manager A. B. Robertson & SPECIAL SALE OP Dress Goods. if Brother Goods. dial-lie- ; , ' t B. K. Wkarrn hat sold has sold hit house and lot, corner Main and Logan PERSONAL POINTS. Avenue, to J. Matt Philips for $4,000, Mrs. J. C. McUlahy has been quite who will occupy it shortly. sick, but ia improving, TiiK application for the renewal of li Mna. Bkttib Ui.ain Hall, of tho Went quor license by S. Vanderpool waa parEnd, is visiting ilio Misses Ellis. Mr. M. F. Elkin boa been confined to tially heard again by Judge Varnon yesterday and continued till next Thurshis room several tiny a by Blckness. Mr. and Muh. A. II. 1'knnv nro visit- day. ing their daughter, Mrs. It. I). Maliony, Dr. Goldstein, tho noted optician, at Carthage, Tenn. is still with us and is kept busy waiting Hundreds of styles in all wool dress gomls Dr. O'Bannon was called to Maret-bur- g on bis old and new patrons. His busi Splendid values in all wool dreis goods yesterday by the serious Illness of nesa has grown so largely here that it SOc. In fine plaid, stripes, checks, mixMrs. A. B. Bastin. generally takes him about a week to get at Mr. W. G. McKiNNkv, of Montgomery, through. tures and solid colors at 75c and $1. We t Aln , anived Tuesday to visit bis parents unMrs. J. E. Portman shipped a nice show many goods that are and many friends here. Mrs. J. T. der price. In black goods we have scores present to her sister-in-laDm. Stkklk Darky and J. G. Carpenat Anchorage, yesterday. It was ter are attending the meeting of the .State Carson, aline Jersey calf, tho offspring of her of the best and prettiest weaves from 50c Medical .Society at Frankfort. g which is noted for hor large to $1. In the high art novelties of the sea-oMr. and Mrs. 11. G. Ward, of Lancas- cow, qualities. Pr Ice, $7 to $12 ter, passed through to Loudon Tuesday we arc very strong. to visit Mrs. Ward's relatives. Jim Middlkton, for drunken and dis- for a full drca pattern. Some of them Mn. Joii.nny AKi) Miss Annie Plain, orderly conduct, was given live days on of Grantcounty, are visiting their grand the rock pilo by Judge Carson. This is will plcao you. mother, Mrs. Catherino Blain. Jim's second drunk within a couplo of Miss Katy Woui.by, of the College weeks and of a consequence the second faculty, will go to Louisville time on the rock pilo in that period. to join her sitter from Nashville for a few We have just received our line of all the days. It has been decided to set the founMrs. J. II. Pajcton spent several days tain aix feet further back from the street newest ideas in fancy and plain parasols with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. and place It on such a foundation aa will to Robinson, near Gilbert's Creek, this not auccumb to lt weight. The work is from $1 to $7. Silk Umbrellas from week. now in progress, under the direction of $0. Our prices will be found satisfactory Mrssrs. It. Zimmkr and E. Bremer are Mr. Campbell, of the Lexington Plumband styles the latest. the first Stanford people to go to thu ing Co. World's Fair. They left Wednesday Her relatives hero have received innight. Louisville formation of tho arrival of a tiny girl at Dr. G. A. Tkavlor went to and Mrs. Dudley M. t, the home of Mr. yesterday to see Dr. Reynolds, tho Where else can you Fee 50 styles new the hearing of one of his ears being Bowman, of Mercer. Mrs. Bowman was frequently visited Miss Miss Dunlap and badly affected. low shoes? They are the prettiest and best Ilav. ano Mrs. A. V. Sizkuohu loft for lionise Bailey here, prior to her marrifitting, and we claim to sell fully 15 Nashville Wednesday to attend the age. They Southern Baptist Convention. For Thiau Sheriff J. I Manning and cent, under any competitor. Prices from days. will bo gone-1W. L. Moore camo up Wednesday and 75c to $1. Honb. W. 0. ItRADLKvand Wm. Hern-do- took John Paxton, who has been in jail of Ijincaster, went to Louisville here for safe keeping, to Williamsburg " Tuesday to attend tho National Republi- for trial. Ho Ib charged with the rape can League Committee meeting. and murder of Miss Bryant, and the olll Phok. J. E. Rouinron, of this county, cers think there is a clear caso against who ban tho Bradfordsvlllo Hchool this him. year, has been choen principal of the The opening of Crab Orchard Springs Mackvilie High School, in Washington occurs Monday night. Mrs. Gus county. accompanied by Mies Eva BuchMusHH. A. K. Dknny, of Lincoln, and anan. W08 here Tuesday ami extended S. V. Rowland are in Washington chasa special invitation to our people to ating the ignis fatuus of otlke. Both want ' tend. A line supper will be served and Tiik Kii.mnci. At the time we print- - j To Masons, John Aug. Williams, the to bo collector, but both can't, the more's n good band will furnish music for the ed the second edition of our Inst paper Grand Lecturer, will meet with tho tho pity. dancers. Lodge on tho afternoon of Thurs- we were nimble to procure statements CITY AND VICINITY. Gov M Crkary is getting in his work day, May 18, at 2 o'clock. H will meet from thb witnesses to the killing of Mr. Sam Engleman by Mack Ferrill, aa they Onion nets and garden secdi at A. A. at Washington. He has bud W. A. with them again at night and also on tlie at Crab following day nnd night. Members of seemed particularly anxious to make Carbon appointed post muster Warren's lodges nro cordially inviteil to Do themselves; scarce as possible and to and cab- Orchard, vice John Edmlston removed, other Plant roii Sai.k. Tomatoes avoid our reporter. Wo have since 2t and Mrs. Cleo Biowii nt Mt. Vernon, present. G. L. Penny, W. M. " . bage. O. J. Nelanl. two or three and they put quite a vice Joel. Boroing removed. Both are Bid Dimdknd. President J. A. Estes, different light on the affair from that Found, r child' gold ring, which owi excellent appointments. Mr. Brown is Liberty it Middloburg turnpike, given by the prisoner himself. A wit er can get by calling on A. A. McKin-iie- v. tho widow of that alerting democrat, J. of tho S3I dididend on ness tells us that this n true statement Harvey Brown, and is herself a most Hsnds Mr. W. P. Tate r of stock in that road and in of the case. During the progress of a two shares Remkmiikii thai the fair dnti has be n estimable and capable woman. his letter Bays, "Ask Walton if tho Lin- game of carde, James WickcrHhain and changed to Thursday ami Friday, July Wk have four grades of J. B." and coln county turnpikes can beat 17 pnr Mack Ferrill went into the room, when J7th and a.Stli "P. IV corsets. You can get anything cent." We regret to say that they can Jim Reid asked Wickersharn to take his new house on you want in thc.su goods. It will also not. But few of the roads in this coun- hand nnd play it. Mr. Engleman obFor Rknt. Our laigrt Lower Main. Apply to Epb Penning- pay you to see our draperies, lace cur- ty pay any dividend and thero are few jected, saying that no new man could tains, carpets and especially our new banks in the country that can discount come in nt that stage. Ferrill said that ton, Stanford. Wickersham had the right to come in if Kafi Imggy hoise, dress goods, and some lines of ladies and this Casey pike. Wantd, A kmi, ho wanted to, and some words passed will Milt for a lady to drive; combin- gouts' shoes and clothing, to be closed that Fiikriki Mannino, of Whitley, tells between him and Engleman. John W. out in the next thirty davH. Come bo- ed preferred. B F .lone. Bud Smith the other fore styles and sl.es aro broken. Hughes us that ho captured Bright became excited and remarking ice chesta A Tate night, for whom there is a reward of that no one could run over Unc, as he 1'ivx different sizes Leonard 100. Ho was sent up from Carter counWill save yon L'OO tfiit. of your Ice called Mr. Engleman, laid his pistol Tiik music recital at Stanford Female ty for a term of years, but escaped from bill. W. 11. Wearen A Co. on the card table. Mr. Engleman College Monday night was a brilliant tho penitentiary and made his way to down told him to put his weapon up, that noD. B. Staoo is ageut for the Buckeye display of the imparting abilities of the Missouri, whero he killed a man, for body was going to do that, nnd proceedMachines and calls our readers' atten- musical preceptor, Miss Gertrudo How- which he served a short term. He had ed to deal tho cards. After he had done ard, each number so faultlessly render-dere- d ju8. returned to Kentucky, when the tion to tho fact on our tlrst page. bo and was examining his hand, without by the young ladies conclusively located and bagged him. Ho has warning and a minute or more after the J. II. Cabii ban been appointed post- evidencing that only time and patience sheriff two years to serve yet, even if last word hud been spoken by Englemaster at Highland, tho second Lincoln are necessary to place each performer on over htR time is not doubled for escaping. man, Ferrill grabbed the pistol on tho county democrat to get a the elevated rung of tho always to be adtable ami with his own shot his victim Beino associated with no one in bna mired ladder of music Cor. HarrodsTiik. musical recital at the College Mon- - tsifluatti ! tliu' Ultlincu nt'ArrSnn ili.it A'rfll . v ., . ........ 'MVlUUi; UUlb ln 'new I am prepared for dressmaking at burg Sayings. .laynlKhtrroveuB.i . Ferr, at h , of clnss.c music, r.o very reasonable prices. Call and get I,ow Ratrs. On May Mth to 17th joyment to lovers his intention, ncqu, ted themselves with failhSriu,y. lIml ,.;,,, prices. Mrs. W.T. Beard. ineluwivo tickets to Glasgow Junction young Indies , credit and did great honor to The Rowland will be sold at one fare for the round-trip- con.plisl.ed and painstaking teacher, had no p,htoi aiM, tha thl, oneBfouml Pictuuks, Pictures! mjder nevoraeen eycn n with 51 -- Oaddcd for round trip from Gallery is in motion and playing a land Miss Howard who was cord, ally con- E Mr. G. emim neighborhood. como all. Glasgow Junction to Mammoth Cave, ollico business. Como one, gratulated at the close o he e, erta in- - j g Frank Cor- - good returning May --Mst, on account of Satisfaction guaranteed. Vmoi.g the features ot .lie pro . the Ith annual Conclave of Knights Tern-Ih- t meiu. arris, a brother-ndier. . ,'neither owned was a selection from Beethoven . say that he had of Kentucky at Mammoth Cave May i.rninnii! .in.rill law. Brick. MesarH E T. A Adam Pence 17th and l.Stli. Tho round trip rate . , ,,,, ot evon iet jifl , have bought of Mrs. Cath Bailey lj acres from Junction City to Mammoth Cave pari i.e.ug ,!. of land opposite tho colored Baptibl will be $ IDS; from Stanford it will be by Miss Alice Holmes, iib execution The fact that Ferrill went to tho room church, on the railroad, for $750 and will $5.25. W. V. Penn, T. P. A., L. & N., required half an hour, and was given with two pistols on his person, coupled business ou an with case, grace and beauty. Misses Jen- with the report that he had madethreata go into thu Junction City. nie Summers and Annie Str.mb sang a extensive wale. Engleman, makis it look very Tiik malinger of the Opera House does very pleasing duet, while Miss Nora against badly for him. It has been freely pro- comedy fanvVOnr Couisin from not know anything further of the BlonTiik further proved her vocal abili- dieted for some time that ho would kill tho Country'' and 'Ih Marriage a Fail- dell Conkling Co. than bo ban learned Moreland a solo, "Waiting at tho Brook ure?" will bo presented at Walton's Op from letters received from managers in ties in which was loudly encored. Miss somebody, and there was a general ex-pression the other night that he ought era House Monday night. Rend tho tes- the towns in which it lias appeared, all side," Alice Holmes, who has naturally a lino to be satisfied now. It is very dangerdrug btoro and timonials at McRoberta' of which aro highly complimentary. voice, showed bow well it had been culous for a young man who id without socuro a reserved seat. Those who go to see tho performances tivated in her presentation of Torry's money to try to live by card playing, as On account of rain thu btoukholdera of must not do so with the expectation that 'Waiting Heart" and "F.rnuni's Seren- we hear Fenill hns been doing, for coon-o- r Homet'iing equal to ade," which sbo pang very charmingly. thu Knob Lick, McKinney and Turners they will witness or later ho will come to grief. prices of admission, The other young ladies, Misses Sue failed to meet Saturday Booth, for the lo villo turnpike Tho deceased was a good hearted. promise one thing, that noth- Woods. Mary Bruce, Lula Menefee, Ja- - . . . . , . , , afternoon and are urgently requested to but we can ing of an objectionable nature will he tile Wearen, Anmo Pence and Eva Lam at McCortnacks chuich next Salur meet notod for Wg mers, who performed on the p..u os, m i ahvnyfl lhe ,.fo of dav afternoon at U o'clock. J. F. Gover, presented. Uq - When Bro. Barnes held his meeting iraiiiiuK "" " president. That long and lank laud lubber who . i. uin.ui at J ,r pronounced order. The climax ot the The Blondell & Conkling Farco Come steers the craft kuown as the Richmond programme was the execution of Goria'a Lancaster Beveral years ago ho proftsaed of religion and changed hia life, with the dy Co., which appears at Walton's Opera Climax, over the uncertain shoals Triomphale by Misses Kir exception that he could not give up Monday and Tuesday nights, 15th journalism, aa after great effort and Marcho HouBe Baughman and Gertrude Howard, on poker, of which ho was passionately fond. and Kith, comes highly recommended Dy much correspondence, proved to his own pianos. It was played in a master-fu- l the managers of the opera houses at Em- - sitisfaction that the expression, "oil the twomanner, in perfect time and the con- A large crowd of friends saw his body Virginia," in speakiug of Hampconsigned to the earth Wednesday and inence, Now Casllo anil other points coast of in tho difficult pro- much sorrow was shown. appeared. In addition to ton Roads, in incorrect We are glad that cord of sweet sounds whero it has For rill's examining trial is Bet for to given him something to write duction was not disturbed by a single tho laughing farces that aro prosented, a wo have special- about. Anything is preferable to the noto out of place. The entire entertain- day at 10 o'clock nnd Messrs. W. H. Mil a number of persons appear in was very gratifying to the friends ler, T. P, Hill, W. G. Welch and P. M. McRoberta have been secured to repre- ties, making the entertainment full of miserable 'Thin Column" with which ment of tho capable teacher and her excellent sent him. Hi.iiw and variety. Reserved Beats 50 he afllicts his readers each week, withand everybody wont away feeling cents; ou sale at W. B. MoRoberta' drug out reason and with 'malice prepense. class, Taic j'ur lepn'ra to Dnnks, Jeweler. tn, old mi.zen mast ' Ta that it was good to have been thero. store; other seats 35 and 2r cents. one-thir- DRESS SILKS, Our Wash 10c, Best cotton chnllies 5c, 22 in. wool s MONDAY & TUESDAY, d milk-givin- m au-ris- n, Emb. On these two days we will offer to our entire stock of Dress Silks, consisting of Chinas, Taffetas, Shirt Waists. Kike Crepes, Wash Silks, Brocad- Irish lawn blue, pink and hclio., Havana ed Chinas, &c, &c, at exceptionalBlnck and navy dotted satin waists Parasols. Pink ly low prices for these two days blue Extra only. Our object is not to close out black satino waists and many fast a bad stock or a surplus. It is to Perfect fitting and styles the latest. attract trade and we select silks Wool Blazer Suit because more ladies will be interFrench Challies. ested in 9 bargain Low Shoes. In all and all SALE OF SILKS he quality. new Than in any class of goods that price and put out. Remember the pr we could Laces. days and be sure to come and bring your friends. On the same great lot of black silk, fancy colored laces days we wiLToffer at special prices silkalland all kindsqualities. widths and a big line of Rnllles, 10 May 15 & 16. dimity cords 5c, 32 in. French Jaconets 18c, 38 in. Irish Lawns 12Jc, finest French Satins 35c, finest French Organdy 40c, dotted SwUs and SOc, colored Swiss, printed Swiss, 25c. 30, 35, 50 15, 20, 25; 30, 35, 20, 10 and 50c Ging- and Coc, hams, 10, 15 to 20c, colored n waists 75c, cloth waists 75c. 85c. and Madras $1. fine waists $1.25, oth- ers. All 1 $4. 25 diflercnt styles, new of finest JCew colors, pat- terns; 50 C5c. A of whito nnd ecru of RIBBOITS. ' Hof-man- n, DANirXXJLB Ma-soni- KBNTCTCBrr. .FOR. ) c ; Fancy Groceries,Brgai?Cakes?Pies Candies, Lunches, Fruits, &c, cor-ral- ed m m -- I. - - CALL ON R. ZIMMER, THE BAKER. A Good Meal - for 25 Cts. Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly'JAttendcd to. AdR. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. dress. OUR - pt-- r Great : Jay : Sale You can not afford to miss it. We have some articles in this sale that every lady will want and at very low prices. We have more stuff than we want and are determined to get rid of it. You will find some rare things in our Dress Goods department. Goods that we sold at 15c to close are SJc; goods we held at 25c arc now reduced to 15c. There are many other things that we can not mention, but are jut as good as these. post-olllc- "-- I . .... , ,,,,,,,,.. ... - YOU SHOULD SEE will - I brick-makin- g i t Our Wash Dresss Goods. The cold w ill leave us soon and then you need just what we have, so come and get choice. Wc are determined to reduce our Clothing stock and will make the prices rush it out. If you want a Suit come to us and you will never leave without buying. We also have some Spring Wraps and Capes that arc to go in this sale. We can not forget our Shoe Stock, which is simply superb. Bluchcr's in high cut and Oxfords, both in Black and Tan Tennis and base ball Shoes and last but not least the largest represented line of Carpets ever offered in any inland town. We are in the midst of our May sale now. HUGHES & TATE. -- GO TO- - ; The Cash Bargain Store For goods at low prices. Our stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, Millinery, Notions and Shoes is complete. an elegant line of Ladies' and Misses' We have just received I I Which will be sold at the lowest cash prices. Country produce taken in exchange for goods. B. F. JONES & SON. 4 i Ht4- - Vj ntww .. - r, - t- - M o'emi-Week- ly Interior Journal SWIFT DESTROYERS. -- ANOTHER INTERNATIONAL MARRIAGE. Tho Daughter of Wlllliiiu Welter. I'lielps Iletrotlicil nt Merlin. The wedding of Miss Marian Phelps, it r, i . k IP only daughter of William Walter Phelps, ' 5V. our late minister to Germany, to Dr. New Navy Has Keen Unlit Up. Franz von Rothenburg, under secretary How Our E5 cwJLS.TON.Bue. AMONG THE GCMS. Surprlso Ar- of the interior in tho German govern The Detroit In n ment, will be in gentina' Crnrk Cruiser, the Nuosu tie Tho emerald is now ono of thornrestof striking contrast Julio, Kcllpscs All Itccords. to many of the precious stones. recent so cnlled The recent growth of tho United States Very few rubies, red sapphires, exceed There came to my farm three weeks ago a year- nnvy is justly rt matter of prido mid joy "international fivo carats in weight. Owner red heiler. ling red and an marriages," both to all of us, nntl since tho recent opporcan get them by paying tor grazing ami this nil Tho most beautiful carneliaus aro verliscmenl. I. n. S r AUG. J It., Ky. tunity for comparison with other nations in its freedom found in Arabia and India. Stanford, jo f from vulgar os in New York harbor our pleasure i3 Tho first stono is by no means lessened. At the great naval S tentation and in found AmazonAmazon, pure feldspar, oth-i- r on tho now in many tho fnct that tho rovifW tho Argentine Kepublic rather as.IF YOU ARE GOING. V places. tonished tho rest of mankind by appearbridegroe in,- Camelian is greatly improved by exok though of n dising with n cruiser that can mnko 23 tinguishod fam- posure to tho sun and then heating in mari.vn niELrs. knots nn hour and is therefore claimed ' to be the fastest afloat. Tho United ily, is a man of scholarly attainments earthen pots. is to Tho diamond has been found on all the States, however, held her own hand- and without a title. Tho marriage somely in the general exhibit, but for a tako placo in Berlin and will bo as en- continents nnu in nlmost every country full appreciation of tho comparisons to tirely unostentatious and private 111 on tho globe. follow a few words of history must be though neither of tho high contracting Tho pearl Is tho only gem that does prefaced. parties was known beyond n limited cir- not rcquiro tho lapidary's art to bring LOUISVILLE a Nashville R. R. When tho civil war was officially de- cle of personal friends. out its beauty. Miss Phelps is a very popular young clared at an end, tho government had 4f9 Tho diamond is not among tho earliest vessels, of which 101 wero originally woman in New Jersey, especially in the It the line for you, as Its gems known been merchant vessels and were soon restored vicinity of Teaneck, her father's magnifi- found in tho to man. of It has not Nineveh, in the ruins to that service. Many others were sold cent estato in Bergen county, where she sopulchers nor in tho tombs of and refitted for tho merchant service, was born and where her friends hoped Etiuscan connections at tho Phoenicians. Make cloie and so rapid was tho decay as well as she would ono day return to permanentTho finest opal of modern times besettled arthe chango in naval warfare that LOUISVILLE AndOINOINNATl all tho others wero soon reduced nearly ly reside. It seems to bo a that except longed to Empress Josephine. It wiw to tho rangement now, however, valuo of old junk. In truth, the navy ior nn occasional visit 10 tier cniuinood . called "Tho Burniug of Troy." Its fate For all points. SOLD. was got rid of only a littlo less rapidly homo Miss Phelps will reside abroad is unknown, as it disappeared when the THROUGHTTICKETS THROUGH than tho army, and all at once tho BAGGAGE.CHECKKD allies entered Paris. after her marriage. Her husband's counFor any information e .lqtilre of Tiger eyo is a teculiar crystallization duties will of course make this nectry woke up to tho fact that it was pracJOES. KICE. Agent, bumord, Ky essary, and it is extremely unlikely that of quartz, formerly vory rare and costly. tically without a modern navy. Or W. W. PF.NN, Trar Pass. Agent, ho will abandon his brilliant prostccts Largo deposits hnvo been found in the Junction City, Ky western states and in South Africa, so in the emperor s service Dr. von Rothenburg has been in tho that man common articles nro now German interior department for a num- mado of it. ber of years and was Bismarck's first Tiio Golcoudn mines nro now exhaustlieutenant during tho last 12 years ed. At ono time 00,000 men wero emor ins premiership. Although mi con ployed in them. W'aen tho Sultan vgwgspsjisgisiijjfe3sH-aagjjJ'- i nection with tho Iron Chancellor win who reigned died, he Schedule Dec. i3, iSjs. intimate, he was selected for advance- left in his treasury over 400 pounds' ment by Chancellor Caprivi and would weight of gems from Golconda. have been promoted to a cabinet position LEAVE NORTON DAILY Tellow quartz or topaz resembles tho THE NUEVE DE JULIO. before now but for an inopportune illGraham, Bluefield, Pocahontas 7:00 a. m for In 1881 a naval advisory board was ness. Tho doctor is scholarly and refined, real topaz in color only. It is softer, and all stations Flat Top and Pocahontas Divislighter, different in crystallization and created, which reported that for proper ions. Roanoke, 13:04 noon, for Bluefield, Radiord, Also (via defenso in time of war thii nation abso- has an ample fortune and is about 40 cleavage and in electrical properties. years of ago. Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Much of tho yellow quarts is manufaclutely needed 21 armored vessels, 70 Roanoke) lor Washington, Hagerttewn, Harris Tho bride is a young woman of many Pbiladelphiaand New York. urg, cruisers, 5 rams, 8 torpedo gun accomplishments and rare good seme. tured by heating amethysts. St. Louis e Pullman Sleeping Cars from Lou i boats and 20 torpedo boats. On March She speaks many languages and by her folk via Norton and Radford: also Radiord o New York, via Shenandoah Junction, also R 8, 18S3, the act was passed ordering three tact and womanly modesty won her way Washington; also from Lynchburg to R ford to STAGE GLINTS. mond. t3Good cruisers and one dispatch boat. The into the favor of every ono connected Trains for Pocahontas, Powhatan and contract was awarded to John Roach & with the diplomatic corps. She bin will leave Bluefield daily at 6 to a m, 8 30 a m, 1 05 Sons, and so Chauncey Olcott was n schoohnato of the reconstruction of the been her father's constant companion pmand jppin. Leave Bluefield 6 10 a m daily for Kenova'and navy began. These three cruisers were for years and has always sympathized Mrs. G rover Cleveland. Columbus, O. Arrive Columbus 0 15 pm Vernonn Jarbeau's now play is tho Boston, Atlanta and Chicago, and with his political aspirations, so she has Additional trains for Welch and Intermedial called "Fo Fo" from Paris. stations on Elkhorn leave Bluefield lojpm and the greatest speed averaged by any of kept herself well informed on matters 5 30 p m daily. II. D. Clark's now theater nt Kansas Trains arrive at Nortou from the East daily at them was 15 knots. Her knowledge connected therewith. Secretary Whitney then took control of politics and her natural diplomacy City is rapidly neariug completion. is 40 p m and Sao p tn. For further information as to schedules, rates, in tho Cleveland administration and was It is said that Modjeska has thrown her are said to havo been of great assistance Ac. pply to agents of Norfolk Western confronted at tho start with the fact to Mr. Phelps, who was accustomed to influence with tho feminiuo dress reformW.B.BEVILL, Gen. Pass. Agt Roanoke, Va. that a complete revolution had taken say that sho "ran th'o legation." ers. place even while the Roach vessels were Thomas W. Kccno will ndd "Mncbeth," being finished. Compound engines had "King John" nntl "Tho Fool's Revenge' THE O'CONNELL MEMORIAL. given place to twin screws, and twin to his rejiertory noxt season. OHIO screws wero fast giving place to triple The lleiuitlful Church to lie .Shown In CHESAPEAKE Mclba lias made a great success at La Ht the 1'iilr. expansion cnginos. Tho first result was Newark, built by tho Cramps at a in carved stono of Scala in Milan, but it cost her for the the A miniature model cost of $1, 249,000, with triplo expansion tlif Diniol OTonnell Memorial church claquo nntl press 10,000 francs. Philadelphia engines winch maintained 10J knots per at Calurcivteii, County Kerry, Ireland, Bill Nyo nnd A. P. Burbank will con hour for four hours. Then camo the is atnorg the interesting objects to bo tinuo lecturing together noxt season Baltimore, New York, Daltimore, at a cost of 31,325,000, with found in th Irish villago nt tho World's making tour of tho southwest. And all other Eastern Cities. engines which outdid thoso of the New- fair. Though tho church is not itself Fanny Rice's magnificent Newfound Shortest Line between Louisville, Lexingtonand ark by a very slight fraction. And so completed, tho model will of course rep- laud dog Carl, well remembered for hav Eastern Points. ..,; tho improvement went on till tho San resent it as it is intended to bo when fin- iug saved Miss Ricu'slifoabout fivo years IN EFFECT NOV. 1, tSoa. Francisco was put afloat with a horse-low- ished, when it will unquestionably i ago, died in Petersburg, Va., recently. and a 6peed of 20.17 ono of tho haudsomet-- t structures in tit of EAST HOUND. Lve. Lexington Oscar WiMe's latest play, "A Woman knots. And now we nro promised three world. It is now built up to the roof, of No ImtiortaiicH." Atlantic Express No. a, daily produced nt the Mldlind Accommodation, No. 36. ex Sunu.40itm more at an early date which will main- but it is estimated that it will tako about Unymnrket theater, London, recently 6.10pm Vestibuled Express, No xi daily tain a speed of 21 knots for some hours, $50,000 more to finish it and properly It is said to havo been very successful nt Ml. Sterling Accom , No. S, ex. Suu. 5.23pm furnish it. This sum the Rov. Canon ouco and after that still further advances. WESTBOUND. Arr. Lexington: In the meantime, here is the Nueve de Brosnan, who has devoted himself to the "Lexington Accom,, No 7,ex Sun Tho now scenery of "Beeket," painted 7 55.1m which can goat tho rato of 23 work, expects to raise, though his Louisville Express No. at, daily 13.40pm Julio, Lexington Accom. No. 25, ex Sun teaches that funds come in but oil a reduced scale to fit tho stage of the knots per hour and slipped across the 4 15pm Waterloo chamber in Windsor c:istle Vestibuled Express No: 13, daily 6.10pm Atlantic so quietly that her arrival at slowly. whej-tho piny was produced by com Tho sito of the church is a splendid New York was a complete surprise. Solid Vestibuled Trains with Dininir Cars. N ' bus tranfers inand of the queen, cost Mr. Irving 500 Though an Argentine ship, sho is Eng- ono in the center of the town of Through Sleepers from I.extbglon without Henri Mnrtwtu. tho violin virtuoio commanding a splendid view of lish built and came fresh from the fachange. (.' B. RYAN, If. W. KULLFR. mous yards of Sir William Armstrong, tho river, with a glimpso of Valentia, now in this country, is but 10 years old. fien. Pass. Agt, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agt , Mitchell & Co., Newcastle. Her name two miles nntl a half away. Tho edincu Rudolph Arousou has engaged him for Washington, D. C. Cincinnati. means 9th of July, which is independ- faces tho . id from Killarney, and .in next season, but tho following year ho ence day to the Argentines. She went uninterrupted view of it can be obtujned will havo to servo in tho French army, acfirst to tho Azores, and her trip thence from a considerable distance bef.ro en- - cording to national custom. to New York eclipsed, for a continuous An Italian count has lequeathcd his run, tho best showing of the fastest AtojHini box to n Capuchin monastery with lantic liners. No other cruiser in the tho provision th.it it shall L occupied world can compare with her on a long at owrj jwrformanco by three monks run, but Italy and Spain have gunboats who nro to note whether anything done JTj which can ontdo her for a nhort distance. upon tho stugo offends against the publio She is a large steel unprotected crnif-cr- , morals driven by triple expansion engines which FADS OF FASHION. MILE!. revolve twin screws. The speed guaranteed by her builders was 22.7 knots. She " WmmexijSma&S&Slfil v.. Willow, moss, s'llad, stem nntl apple has 3,500 tons displacement, a horsegreen toilets of elegant or dainty textiles 14,500 and carries 12 long and power of will bo in highest vogue. it At S3SMSSQ 21 quick firing guns. such first view so a bulk on Toilo Parisienno is used by French incredible that seems dressmakers for foundation skirts and yielding a surface as that of salt water skirt linings to summer toilets, litis fabcould go at almost tho average speed of Twenty mllesthe Shortest to ric is much liko a heavy batisto with a a passenger train, but what is seen must lineu finish. be believed. About the time of the Nueve de Julio's As a rule, thoso who elect for serge arrival tho new United States cruiser Chicago. dresses do not liko tho coarse weaves, Michigan Points, Louis, St Buffalo, Dotroit made her trial trip in front of Cleveland, Detroit, preferring tho finer, softer grndes, yet Indianapolis and the West, New London, Conn., and was at once this season it scorns nlmost impossiblo to Ne n England, Canada, pronounced tho fastest in the world of O'CONNELL MEMORIAL CIII'RCH. obtain tho latter. her class. Her contractors, tho Colum- tering tho town. Th'o length of the nave For summer uses In mourning nro new Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington. bian Iron Works and Drydock company nnd chancel combined is 152 feet and semidiaphnuous silk and wool fabrics Quickest time to Harrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky. of Baltimore, had guaranteed 17 knots tho width at tho transepts 102 feet. Tho imitating crepous and china crapes that nd Shortest Richmond, .VIRGINIA. Quickest line to per hour, and she made nearly 10, so roof ridge is 70 feet high, and the spire that aro very handsouio, also grenadines they will iecelvo a premium of about of tho tower will reach nn altitude of with altornato stripes of silk veiling or $300,000, the largest ever paid by any 168 foot above tho ground when it is craped lusterlcss silk. government on the completion of a vessel. completed. Tho liberator's son began SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS thro with Somo of" tho French zephyrs havo fim out change via Chattanooga, Birmingham, Merid the erection of tho church in memory of brocho designs, which aro not printed Ian, making direct connections en route for Knox, his father and carried on the work very but thrown in relief upon tho surface h ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the successfully until his death, since when a now and peculiar weaving of tho goods it has made very slow progress and A beautiful design is in roses shading would havo languished entirely but for from sea shell pink to n rich crimson on Wilming At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, the untiring energy of Rev. Canon Bros- a ground of palest golden green. New Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah ton, nan. Brunswick, Lake City.Thomasville and FLORI York Evening Pest. Stanford, Ky., May 12, 1893 FASCINATING ON THE EST WARSHIPS. FIGURES NEW- I' ZZV - Ai yliffiSI TKomm-GcOW u jm CtmA AjXwml U v - xftnr fazrfrC " m Manager 2' I'le-ialii- NORTH WEST, f?ff Double Dally Trains r&rwtiz fifty 7asv JS rZ- - 7&77U. ss ' C 'tfzo CUl &UZU2At6. , J ttsi? so 2X4ei otll-ci- NWNorfofeWesiernfiR Mali-niou- 1177-12- 00, JAMES FHTTE HUSTON VILLE, KY., 4 SCrMtlfl AtXlCM The People ot Stanford AND LINCOLN COUNTY. JL Globe-Democr-at -- IhanVIng you lor ycur liberal (atronac for Ice last season, I retpettfully trquvst its coutmusner during the comins season. InJetil I etptct all to use in ssRR'JJ RRBK Yf Wm tJipJJJfF RRSRR MANUFACTURED Kor thi-- ICC, ct to chemically pure, being msi'e from spring walrr. which Is first dlitilled and then carefully filtered befurc being fioien. Ihinl, Artificial Ice will last much longer than pond Ice. fourth, an epidemic of cholera it tooled lor during the year and pinning is so apt to produce or spread this disease as Impure water 01 Ice. Fifth, it ill be Institution. Second, the Ice is absolutely and Kirit, It Is maJ by a home OldMt bureau for accurlrur patents In Amerliss. Krery patent talen outbjr us Is bmuatit befnr Uta puUlo by a twucs) gltan f ot chars la Lh. fre Handbook tenia to ttffifin atC-on and Muiiauwasr. Nnr Vnac t- att I COPYRIGHTS. TRAD! MARKS. DISIQM PATMTSs CAVsTAT. . ra Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al1 your Doors Kvrrv morning at the following Prices: For too pounds or over. . , . 40c per hundred Kor jo pounds to 100 1)1 per hundred . .. Joe per hundred Kor 10 to 50 No less than 10 po mis delivered. I". llltK.Mr.lt, ,0) Larrstat rtrculatlnn of any aeienUfla paiwr tn th world. Hpl.mlldlr Illustrated, Nn liitellireol man ahrmlil 1ms without It. WaeSlr. 91,61 4 year; ILXOals montha. Addraea U 3(11 UrosUsrar, Now York Uly.r- l ;uuiu mvi:us & RAILWAY. Washington, Mlu-lutur- o LIYERY STABLE p. W. CREEN, Prop. This stshle, whlcb Is run Myers House, n b not si: ronrettlen - i i 11 Tk er lO.-lO- w.-v-s rniilcrliiic llfr inl'crnMe, Hbea rciueuy ui j our mum r 1 Why do you luffcr lYom Dynpopslis uihI SkiU-IItUcli- toeifiit mclloat Pill iii ix Ussj with the hren supplied with A'Now Lot of Horses, Carringes, Worldly Buggies, Wagons, supHr n prcpait nil Uuirrer's Stippl tn and Is tetter than ever public with f FinsT-ci.Aa- s mas of HNS, Mar s(er all, kinds. iin(o Wcdtlincs I' W, OKKKN, i'roprictor exj-rienc- o o Cahir-civee- u, will apdllyrrmoTe sill thU enahloyotitor.it una tl.ccat your fowl, prrrt-n- t lirmlarlin unit Impart an ou aenJojmentoflllotowhloh I'rlrc. T.nv Liver Pills troi'bli, S3 TUTT'S Olllco. 3U l'tronal and piallention I'sitita Jtu ItuMals Al. lit VOU : Tio lio emit. OGOOO l'ark I'lssor. N'. Y. WANT TO ADOPT A HAIIYl Maybe yon think this Is new limine, arii'lftiif outUilifcfc on aptillcntlou , It IiikIxt-dono iM'torr, imwcter. Inn never Imvr tlKeo lurttlsli'xl lni-- hi Hour tho orfKltml NtinplorLs r.vvr on will cxiliilin, " VVII I this oiii Unit's lli asrit'NTit Imby I river wtwr' ThLs llttln black ninivlnk' cn uu you butu faint Idmot thooinilltooriclnnl. itfJ-wliito QflteW .l YoungWives Who aro for tho first tlmo to undorgo woman's sovorost trial wo offor J..r.V -- "v-MVv4 t. MILtMtaftsMl -- 94am$&miio W tSMWalil m 1 W wjTSIHrJH T?!w .I T -- svjSSSSW.aw 't ' "t "Mothers Friend" A remedy which, If used as directed a few weeks before confinement, roba it of its PAIN, HORROR AND RISK TO LIPO of lioth mother and child, ai thousand who hac used it testify. . Pavttwriivlth woman and wish marvolous results, the ordeal oftrcry birth to child who has to pass through know II they will uvj Mothers i'rienii lorn lew weeks It will robconfinernent of " a nd sujftrtne. SiBai'tsurt jajtiriBtijic mmnrr M rs. Sam Hamilton, Montgomery City, Mo. Sent by express, chareM prepaid, on receipt of per bottle boldby fclldtUBgUts. look To Mothers mailed free. IIraufiblu Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. Mt I lA ',4.WsKla v ! prjsP'ff'' 5mwStt1 RRMaRURRRRRRRRRRRCRssf?i SkVy . tw.tl tt RS7iJBRBBRSRBaRS&i' RrlBBaRRRwRRRRRV''sVajy. fmL) CINCINNATI, "" prlc,ti0 New York, Boston, -- NEW ORLEANS. tabler'sdh c bugkeyelILC OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A SURE Tnrtn CARMNAS, steel twin The Detroit is a 2,000-toscrew cruiser. Length on mean load water line, 257 feet; beam, extreme, 87 feet. In her construction nothing but steel was used. The machinery consists TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. of two vertical, inverted cylinder, direct The coir through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, acting, triplo expansion engines, and the M is. , Shreveport. La., makimr direct connections stroke. Her without omnibus transfer for Dallas, Fort Worth. cylinders have a Austin, San Antonia, El Paso and points in and eight battery consists of two rapid fire breechloading rifles, six TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. rapid fire canand two non and two gatling guns. All her shaftcounty maps and lu For through rate, correct Information For Itaiuantlo Girl. propeller ing is hollow, and her information call on Agent at lunctlon Citr. Ky It is related that five girls' who succeswheels, 11 feet in diameter, are of W. D. COZATT. er address lnetou Cily.Ky bronze Verily it takes talent sively played tho part of Tony in the D. G. EDWARDS. D. MILLER. and money to produce sucli commerce "Trip to Chinatown" made runa.vay G.PAT. A., Traffic Mangr... marriages. Cincinnati. destroyers. S. P. Rosselle. n 26-inc-h DA points. The only line running solidVestibuled trains with Pullman Boudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to St. Augustine without change lor any class of or baggage. Selma andTVtontgomerr, Huntsville, Decatur Florence. Memphis and ARKANSAS point. Shortest and quickest to Anmston, Selma, Mo bile. Diicct connections made at NEW ORLEANS without omnibus transfer for Galver ton Houston, Austin, THE DETROIT. A 'Warning to Complaisant Feople. Here is a warning to people who give letters of recommendation indiscriminately to discharged servants: A few weeks ago an 'English lady was obliged to pay $20 as damages for having given a good "character" to a servant whom she knew to be unfaithful. Her written recommendation of the servant enabled the latter to get a placo which sho could not have obtained without tho recommendation and in which she proved unfaithful and detrimental to tho lady who employed her. HIGH PRICED TROTTERS. and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years as the REST REMEDY FOR PILES. IDIflXE CO., T. fcf EICHaRBSOS Lfln. Axtell was sold by $104,000. C. W. Williams for on u Qcumir. uiUQcum. Sidney, the great sire, sold not long ago for $27,000. Maud S, ouco tho queen of tho turf sold fpr 3IO.OOO. Robert Bonner paid 311,000 for Sunol. queen. tho Malcolm W. Forbes is said to have paid 3100,000 for Arion. It is said that 3100.000 was refused for Nelson when ho was tho king of stalox-tu- rf WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM wodliMiirlinrthopaatyear, "AYanlof lnn. ilea," nnd -- A Whlto llouso Onhld" by tho wife of l'rcxidcnt llarrbon, und juu wlllato what our iiroinlMiA mean. Thoso who (iiilscriloforDcmoroat' Family Matrmlno tor 10 will pomspm a KMllery of works of art of (treat value, besides Mimazlno that cannot bo cqualel by any In tho world for Us beautiful llliistrutloni and subject matter, that will keep everyone posted on all tho toplca of tho itay, ami all tha fniM and dllToroiit Items of Interest about tha hdiwhold, buildes) furnbblnx lntereUn reuilinx matter, both Bravo aud ray, for tee wliolo family; and whilo Detnoreafa la not a rusliloiiMiiKnzine, lu fashion pairc are per-fee-t, and wo srlvo you, fru of roaf , all the patterns you wUn to use during tho year, aa4 In itnr sizo you choose. Bend In your at once, only U, and you will raUy et over a In value. Address the publisher, f Jcnnlr.irti Domorest, 15 Kmt Utfi Bt New W. Tork. If you are unacquainted with the Uittrtuinc, send 10 cenu for a spooimea copy. on " I'm a i) a tar.' which wo prornwo to aend to you, trarupor. tntlott pulil Tim littlo darllnc nwtaaifalnst a pillow, nnd Is In tho act of drawiniroff lu pink soak, tlio matuof which tiaa boon pulled off nnd Hun ruddo with a triumphant coo. Tho tlesli tlnu aro perfect, and thoi-ycfollow you.no ntnttorwhuro yoit etand. Thnexqul. Itiironroductlousor this irrcatiwt p.Untinir of Ida WuujtIi (tho most ccktirnftxl of modern painters of tutby liro)aro to be given to tboM who uilxcrlbo to Demorrsi's Family Matrs-zin- n for lwtt. Tho rvtirixltirtloiui ennnnt be) told from tho nrtKlnnl, which cent 00. and aro tho wtmo slro tlTxSJ lnchra). The twiby la nbAoluti'ly llfcllko. Wo have llto slii, ami alo in preparation, to prnscnt to our iSttl. other great pictures by iiaiinrtisMiut'crcy Morun.Maud llumphrey, I.otiit Desohainp.v aud otlient of world-wld- o renown. Tuko ouly two o.mtntjlcfl of what n 1 t wx:2u?5ca3Kaas5 Clfl tflUsUU cnt. Itu iittiu. lull U. best ijuultl, slieol unislo of lliu Intu.t. most iparkllUK aud vicmI liiatruniental p;oco,ull voittii up in tlieui(itoienft!Umaii. iiir. Iiicluillnij fimrlsrvo site iortraita. vlst (urniuiiiita,tiieHMiiillidaiicar; l'ailorowskl tliecruiietplaiilstt Ailulla t'attl.and SJrs. popular of uiiulo for forty beauty. Ad. lluucicault. the dress all orders to NKWT VOKK MUSICAL KCllO. Ilruadwar TUestro Uulldlna, N. Y. Dldii VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. nn "Dill! lnely FOR 20 YEARS man-gane- so lions. trotters, was sold to Malcolm W. Forbes for 345,000. Nancy Hanks, tho present queen of rtMr SOLD EVERYWHERE. y BICHiBDSOX IIDICI.1I to., . ht. tvon. .zz&av&xn&x KS. 1; v r iii '1 iffc-- tRjBi sssafsrsfiiiuiasisssssasssriiwii i . 5 . NA,-- M 4 - WW.. MJUAJ T" TO Mr.T.E. Has the follew.ng and litw It cme C. Brinly aliotit die Kleclrojoiie ol L (Srtppo. Ollicc llrinly, lilies S. Hardy Co , Louisville, Jan 30,189. Genii: While attending the Memphis lair I wa sjme tnenttis attacked with severe ptlns in my atmi nnJ legs the effects of grippe of last winter. 1 lnct your agcutthere, Mr. llattctt, who linn old friend, ami he Insisted that 1 use. the Electropolso at his office, which 1 did with wonderful tciultt. In a hort time the paint lei me. and I concluded to rent a 'I'olse. When my rental time had expired I bought It, and Mould not part with it for any consideration. It It certainly a wonderlul treatment, and It It more wonderful as to how It do lit work, yet it does it. I think it it the duty of every man f make known to the afflicted any thing that will be of any benefit to certainly will. them, and thu E1ecltopoi Very lte;rctfully, T. K C. BRINLY. Mr. Brlnlcv Isone of the oldest and best known plow manufacturer! in the country. The diseases cured by tlw Kl'Ctropolav are net confined to any particular clasa of ailment. Hy Itt uteos)geti is aba ihej threiigh the pore and membrane, addt strength aud vigor tu the entire a stem, and will cure any diteate whrru tin re It vitality to build on and a cure Is ponlble We in vita all to call or write und eel tull particular DUBOIS .V WKIUI, Hoom to. Not ton lllo:k, Northwest corner fourth and Jeffetion Strtett, liuiaville, Ky nftir-clftc- toy Brill JnisfnCf'lK'allBi - LAST OF THE KAMEHAMEHAS. HENDRIK AND THE HALF MOON. lllil-trntnt lj (, SHE TELEPHONED. SI ra. Vnti hinlth I'niiiiil Out nt Ijttt That Her llimtmiul AVua Tliorr. "Hcl-lo!- " saiil Mra. Van Smith sweetly ns bho took down tho telephono receiver without thinking to ring. "Hello! A Why don't name. Oh, dear! IleMo-o- ! thoy answer? Another panne. Oh, I forRings. got to ring. How absurd! Oh, why aro they bo Hello! Is this Blow? Hollo! Say, hello! Rings again. Oh, that'H them at hist. Well, say, is this Oh, hello! Sundry rings Mr. Van and )au?es. Is this Mr. Van Smith? Is this Mr. Van Smith? A pause. Why (Another pause. Is this Mr. don't you answer me? Oh, hello, hello! Pause. Oh, central Who is thiB? ofllce! Why, 1 don't want any con-trI want tho Van Smith ofllce. CotihoHdiital Clieeso company. I want InterMr. Van Smith What numlwr? ruption anil pause. Directory! How do I know what Telephono directory? Where? Tied to I this 'phono? Oh! All right! Espies telephono directory at right of transmitWoJwilllDcliver ICE Every Morn- ter and ojens it. Let's see; Van, v p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w v comes between n and ing at leper lb. w. Oh, hero it is; tho Van Smith In Mtnlcrd and Rowland and by 50 Hi. 10c prr Consol Main No. 1.022. Into tho per mki lt.a We are very jo lb, and 100 ll jjc 'phono. Bay, hello! Oh, my good grathankful lor pail patronage ami ictpcctlully Ita continuance cious. I've got to ring again. Sundry MRS.JANK BARROW A CO. 15 further wild rings and Hul).iumt A pauses. At lastl Is that you? FIXANCIAI, My, what impudence! I mean, wiitse. who is thin? Well, give mo Aside whero is that telephono lniok? Wait a NATIONAL THE Give mo Consults directory. minute. main No. 4ft2il Four, yes, four, that's Long jKitiso, varied by moaned it. BUILDING SLOAN Say, who and muttered "hcllos." Wull, is this? Is this Mr. Van Smi Ky., say who what why, 1 am closo to the 'phone as eloe as I can get. Louder. Hat declared itt Bovonth Annual Dividend it the nt 1U por cont. por imnuni. Iim declar- Is this Mr. Van Smith? Well, is ho there? large! net dividend thai baa ever been ed ny any umllar Institution dome buunrtw In tho Well, wty, will it Imi too much trouble to State It hat over a half million dollar awcts and let him know that if ho's there somelwdy Tell him I want to wants to Has Never Had n, Single Loss. peo him. hco him? It's mo wants to row Yes, I! All Itt fumttar secured by firtt liens on Improvhim. Saddened voice, hcurcely audible, ed reaUettate. Ill oiaay mttancet the titles are in coming from tho 'phono: "Madam, will Ihe atMutallon until property entirely paid for you kindly gather together you intellec Thialt the largett, tafeti and matt prperou A relation in the Male. It dor not deduct any tual forces to extilain who you are? The turn whatever from duet for expense. Miimly of 'mo's' Is practically unlimit For particular call on II. HELM or 1 A KICK Ical Agu . Mrs. Van Smith continuing. Oh! ed." Or addriM John II Leather, l'reidenl, or C. M I'hilllpa, General .Vinagtr, Louisville Ky it Tho mean tiling! I in Mrs. Van hmlt.'t A SUBLIME STRUCTURE. Long pause. Who is this? Ecstatically. Charlie? Yis, dear. Well, say. Kurljr l'amoiin Charlie, I just wanted to know if you Tim Ilollrt unit Mnt MirliM . iiftlio lltiildiilat were there. You aro there, aren't you' Thit netlco ferewsrn hunters, fiaheruiec Ono of tho most beautiful as well as Well, that's all. Goodbv! Good by!" not to ttetpatt on our Unda without tho holiest and most famous of tho few full at alt auh will kc preaecittt d to the Govs away leaving tho receiver hanging surviving Iluddhlst shrines of long ago is etl extent uf lb law. Slirtitd down. Chicago Kecoru. M. l.ACKOWir. the Templo of tho Tree at Duddha-Gaya- , 1). NhWJ.AND 1 W. II. HAYS near Patau, Hengal, which was onco the ha rung 1'orkrt. O C LYON center of tho Huddhist religion and is FRED H At MANS A young governess about to start on a still a plncoof pious pilgrimage. The K I. Will U.. lonir iournov was recommended, amouir temple is now occupied by a Brahmin MRS M A. MARTIN J L lll'.CK. other means of precaution, when passing college, but a movement is on foot aim ig tlirougli a tunnel, always to punier liauu followers of Huddha all tho world over in tho nocket in which she kent her mon to establish a Buddhist collego there and ey, so that it might not bo btolen. She restoio tho ancient shrine to behevei s of To lh Efficacy acted uK)ii th advice, and on coming to the primitive faith. ol the a tunnel put her hand in her ocket out was start li d on finding it already occupied by another. She griisjied tho intra-hivSwiff's hiiud and held it (inn until t lie train cmorued intodavlmht. when tho irentleSptclfic. man Kitting next to her explained, with a Millie, that both hands were in Tho otd limn simple ti f mi remedy from theOeurrM Tableau. Vom Pels zuni Mwi wamna al XTOTICE ot ASSN. Of Louisville, I'rlnco Alliort of Ilnunll, lio l'uta In a stront Clulni t lie Tliriini-- . Princo Albert Kukailimoku Kunuia-koa- , who is known in Honolulu as tho "last of tho Kamehamehas," has a very significant name, and in its significance may bo discovered tho origin of his pretensions to tho Hawaiian throno ns ft well as tho causo of tlto neglect of which ho comduring plained the reign of' the late King who com- pletcly ignored rniNcr. ALBCiiT. him. Translatod Into an understandable language, Kukailimoku means "stand and tako away tho throno," and Kunuia-kois said to Bignlfy "stand beforo the public." According to tho Hawaiian custom of tracing rank by tho mother's sido, Princo Albert is a grand nephew of tlio old original Kamehameha, but ho claims to bo even moro directly descended from the old king, alleging that ho is a ron of Knmehauieha III and not of his mother's legitimate husband. Ho is said to exhibit with much prldo a picture of himself as an infant in tho arms of tho queen of his putative father and claims that this showed a desire on tho part of her inaj esty, who had no children of her own. to recognize her husband's natural son. On tho death of Kamehameha V with out naming a successor tho legislature, under tho provisions of tho constitution, elected Lunalllo, a chief of anothei house, who reigned but a year and wiu succeeded by Kalakaua, who was aho elected by tho legislature in bpito of the general wish of Hawaiians to have Queen Emma for their monarch. Kamehameha V Is said to have accorded Princo Albert all tho consideration duo his rank aa a princo of tho blood, and ho was employed in tho Hawaiian foreign office during that mouarch's incumbency. Lunalllo, however, showed him no courtesy, and Kalakaua declined to favor scions of tho Kamehameha blood. Tho princo is one of tho handsomest men in Honolulu. Ho is well educated and has traveled in tho United States and EurojK?. Ho has lately erected a beautiful mansion for himself in the outskirts of Hawaii's capital. I1iiiIuii'h I.lfn mill Voynjjca to He lit tliu WorMV fair. Now Yorkers lovo to honor old Hen-dri- k a. Knla-kau- a, Hudson, tho intrepid Dutch navigator who discovered, explored and stood sponsor for their great and pictur-csqu- o river, nnd thoy will seo to it that in tho glorificntion of Columbus' greator nnd earlier discovery of a now world Hudson's lessor and later discovery of their particular part of it is not overlooked. They have n bronzo statuo of him in thoir etatc building at Jackson park, and on tho walls thereof aro to bo seen largo pictorial representations of notable incidents in his life. Ono of tl scenes chosen shows Hendrik's ship, the Half Moon, nt anchor oil tho highlands of the Hudson. Tho painting is an enlargement of nn old wood cut, nnd tho picture of tho old round prowed Dutch galiot is said to bo authentic. GO-tc- n a frb - l- - riFF , ? THE HALF MOON. -- rOSTE. and-othe- r 1 Hudson left Amsterdam in tho Half Moon on April 4, 1009, under commission to tho Dutch East Indies company to 6eck out a more direct routo to their eastern jvossessions. When ho sailed insido of Sandy Hook on Sept. 3 of tho samo year, ho thought he had found tho western passage ho was seeking, and his hopes ran high for tho next two weeks ns he continued his exploration of tho pictur-esqn- o "River of tho Mountains," as the" Manhattan Indians then called tho Hudson. By Sept. 19 ho had reached a point opjiosito tho site of tho present city of Albany, whero ho lay at anchor for four days, going nshnro in tho canoe of an old Indian chief and visiting his tribe. On Sept. 23 Hudson, renlizing that tho great river ho had discovered was not the westward passage ho had imagined, began his return trip to tho ocean and back to Holland, where he nrrived in Novem-leSailing again in the following year ho discovered the great bay which bears his name, in what is now British North America, and there he was set adrift by his mutinous crew with his son and five or six seamen disabled by Fcurvy, nono of whom was ever again heard from. r. Had Ticvot been V.lillo itnln. Anions tho nrrivaln on tho steamer Gaelic was tho nobleman Radcn Adnin, Ccmea to you every oilier day In the yoar lor oiii) $2. Theneapet and best paper ton of tho poweriul chieftain, Natodi in Kentucky $i get it threp mnnths. Ltiga of Java. He iaarrayed in tho curiAddreit Tub Advocate, Danville, Ky. ous manner of lua countrymen, with .1 11 1.1 11 in-u mmuniH tin !.. loot, tiucitiat ....t.. &jiu, u sarong bound around hia louianndycld nnd diamond buUoua on his coat. Adnin, the noMnnsn, is n dcuntless intrepid loolriug i jau of about 32 years. McKIKNEY, KV. Ho is tall ni.il has an iuUllectual lookirt face. Admu ha, novrr I ae:i in Ameri-- . before and speaks no English. A. P I have bought Kirkhoven, however, n fellow country-mn- Kinney and have above mentioned Hotel at Mo attached a who is traveling with him, told n!. ubout him last night. Ho said that tht First-Cla- ss Bar and Fool Boom. nobleman lived in the city of Satnboime Have repaired and returulihed the Hotel and had a wife and two tUluron, and fccliiy am better than ever it incumbent on himself to enlighten hie mind on the condition of tho world, hat Prepared to Accommodate the set out, liko lLironn Aluschid, to bo Public. gone for many months. Special attention to Commercial Men. With this end in view ho will visit JOECARSOX,.MPanaVSeJ:REEN-PrePriet0r- Chicago, Now York, Boston nud other may er cities of tho United States nnd tend his trip beyond tho Atlantic. "On the second day out from Yokohama," said his companion, "when wc miles from land, wo ran wcro about BAUGIDIAN, into a violent snowstorm. When tho noFIRE AND STORM bleman Adnin saw tho flakes fall upon the deck, ho thought it was tho most remarkable thing that could happen ant. called tho Hakes white rain. Ho hat .Representing., never seen snow before. Later, when he saw tho passengers grasp tho snow, prest it together into balls and throw it about, Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; ho was amazed. Adnin found it prettj cold aboard ship and is greatly pleasec Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; that it is so warm here." San Francisci Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Examiner. Ins. Co. of NorthJAmerica. Itulny Seaiou. An Companies I Even South Africa hns suffered from oeAll of which are o r my frienda in thii lire. would plcaaed to wait Pol. the extraordinary rainfalls which eeem iciei promptly laiued. Will Insure against tornaprevalent in nil quarters oi does, wind storms and lightning. Lightning claus to have been et attached without additional charge. the glolio. Tiio Transvaal is not, as t Office at First National Hank, Stanford. country th.it suffers from floods, rule, a bat the downfall of tho 10th of February, full particulars of which linvo now ..TAKE THE., been ivcihtd in London, teems to havi rivaled lh..t which caused such wide spread havoc in Queensland, notch and houses wcro swept away, a Buburl of Pretoria was almost destroyed, uum hers of pi irons and heads of cattle wen Q) IQUISVULC MtWrMTCHItoHvfi5 drowned : ml mines were seriously dam aged by tho et traction of dams or ma THE POPULAR AND DIRECT TEE .ADVOCATE t ri. r Commercial Hotel, n J. II. INSURANCE AGENTI firat-cla- it -- ft cinneii. For miles tho country was under wa tcr. There seems to havo been no parallel to this Hood since tho Transvaa came under European occupation. Ii the country districts tho consequence will b fe't most severely by tho Boo; popul.it.on. for British settlera havt avoided the Transvaal of late, but tin traders in tho towns aro largely British, as aro tho shareholders of tho mines, ant both theMj classes will experienco heavj looses. Cum- of intermittent Croaaeyea. All the doctors in Bucks county art puzzled oer tho cao of little Justis Storcl:, whoso eyes seem a law tc themselves. Ono day tho boy is crosseyed, while tho next his eyes aro perfectly straight, and this curious alternation has been going on for years. Tho nonplused doctors call ita caso of intermittent strabismus probably tho only out on record and despairing of curing it will give tho surgeons of tho hospital in this city an op jrortunity to study tlto matter, as tho father of tho afflicted boy has decided tc send him to that institution for treatment. One day tho little fellow's right eye squints, on tho next both optics arc perfectly straight, and the day folio wiug tho left eye becomes affected, and so on tho year round. There is another peculiar featui e of tho case. When tho right eye looks Muiiut, tho child can bring it into the correct line of vision by placing his hand over tho good optic, but as soon as the hand is removed tho affected orl again seeks the inner corner of the eye. Philadelphia Record. Medico-Cliirurgit- LINE TO MICA, And 1K(DHTM "WIESTo WORLD'S FAIR Monon it the line, with Vcstlbulfd Train, Dining Cars, Palace Chair Cars, l'ullman UulTet blecpurs, at lowest rates. ' Visitor, remember th Australian Href In Kiiu'laiul. The English trade in frozen beef from Australia, liko that in frozen mutton, has increased enormously during the past year tho export, 80,000 hundredweight. lK'ing almost double that of 1891. Tho Australian frozen beef has to meet tho comjx'tition of tho chilled beef from tho United States. Although freezing is not Mipio.cd to injure to any serious extent the finer grained mutton, yet it is admitted that tho complete freezing which is necessary to enable beef to cross tho equator in safety is detrimental to tho condition of tho laiger resulting in the fillers and blood Ios of a certain amount of tho natural juice during the process of cooking. Tho cost of production, however, is said to bo in favor of the Australian producer, as beef in Queensland is valued at $'.G0 per hundredweight, nud in America at about $3 per hundredweight. ves-el- s, For information addrcs J AS. BARKER, G. P. A .Chicago. V G CRUSH, .D.I'.'A.. Louisville They all Testify fffTnjuyji 1 World-Rtnownt- d The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Chronic Disease Specialist in the State. aaaaKaaaaaaaaalaaV e - HBai P ami ricl.lt hat I gone forth to tho ajitIt-- , 'atonlihlng t ht skeptical ami confounding tho theories of ' thoaovrbo Urrwnit aolrlj oil the) rihTiiftan'a akltl. Thrra la no Mood CaVW ' taint which I til oca not Immediately or tbo eradicate. Poisons outwardly ntult of vllo disease from within all yield to this (xtrnt but almplo remedy. II U an uneualed tonic, bullda up t ho old ami foeblr.cuiTt all dlaearea arising from Impuro blood or weakened vitality. Bend for a treatise Kiamtne tbo proof. aaaaaaaaaWrg-vi- aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaFJEWk. 'ai) 1 rHJwV Ollf of 1 1n-il- l Told. ab-ir- Little Girl It's all uouotihu 'bout ole maids never tellm their ago. hj? Littlo "Qui-elChnbeth was an old maid lloy-W- VaaWaaaa"WaaaaaaW wasn't she?" "Yes." Hooka on " Illood and Hkln Dlaeaxet " mailed font J)rugffUla Sail Drawer 3, if. "Well, th'iMtiKir savs Professor Dryas dust is goin to lecturo on 'The Ago of Hit- - I.hikIiiu. BWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, Ot, Eliialeth,' to there." Good News. A C2&r- - GOOD PAY ! FOR GOOD WORK! For Latllr-- or Oentlcincn ncconiplir-lie- ! 85 to $500 Cash! Accortling to results twenty per cent. AlrO ; in mlditiou to a libcrfll commipeiou of GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS. Im possibilities or Uncertain tics. Every thing Fair, Honorable, Plain and Positive. No Sec programme in tho WeeRiy Enquirer of our Fourth Annual Contort among Agcnta for largest clubs. Tho temple is square, with a project ing porch, and from its top soars skyward a pyramidical tower of nine stories, all profusely embellished with a graceful upper pinnacle and gold flnial. A "Why so?" smaller tower stands at each corner of "I told Bridget exactly how to inakw it, the roof of the lower structure, and there and she went and made it soma other is a broad walk about tho base of the way."-N- ew York Weekly. great tower. Over tho jiorch which fronts tho east a triangular aperture h A Wurj rinaiii'lcr. pierced whereby tho glory of the mornSecretary llruller, tho trngeilian, ac- ing sun may fall ujon tho glided image cepts your invitation to your country of Buddha tented in the sanctuary withhouse, and ho wants to know if you in. This magnificent temple Is almost would liko to hear a jierformancQ of the the last 0110 remaining of tho 81,000 nliiv untitled "A Uattlo With Drairon?" erected by KingAsoka to the memory of Hanker No, no. 1 don't want any tho great teacher 'J18 years after Bud thing that will remind mo or my private dlia's death. life. Fliegendo Hlatter. Americana Slioitlil l.eiirn Tlila Art. Tho Indians on the Missouri river tiead A l tin' I.nti' Srliool. Profei-soMr. Overnite, what do you water jut as the dog tteads it. Among tho natives of Joanna, an island on thr understand by "proof of heirship?'' Mr. M. Fuller Overnite Obtaining a const of Madagascar, young iwrsom patent on a Hying machine. Chicago walk the water, cairying fruit and vegetables to ships becalmed or, it may lie, Tribune. lying in the offing miles away. At Ma.Mr, lliiili'kln'a Miaudivnttire. dras watching their opportunity, mes sengers, with letteis secured in an oilskin cap, plunge into tho boiling surf and make their way to tho vessels outside, treading tho water through a sea in V which no ordinary boat could live. At d tho capo of Good Hojio men used to i .'."" XW' Xfif to the vessel in theoffing through ".,.-- I W l ' y j. 5w mountain billows, treading the witter as M lu. 1.1M they went with the utmost security. 11 r Kltrlirn Jljati-ry- . Father Cooking echools aro of some use, after all. This cako is delicious. Daughter Is it? I thought It would bo a terrible failure. TKMI'LK OF T1IK TIIEK. Strength, roominess and freedom from conspicuous ornamentation are the characteristics of tho new carriage which tho president has recently received from New York for use in Washington. It is a big landau, of tho round bodied kind in uso 25 years ago. Tho body is dark olive green, with black moldings, picked out with fine lines of apple green, and tho wheel- - aro black striped with apple green on spokes and hub. On each of tho doors and on tho rear panel is tho monogram "G. C." in applo green letters not over an inch long. The top of the landau is of enameled leather and can bo folded down to mako an open carriage for tho summer weather. The carriage is nearly 4 feet wide inside. aaaaaaaaaK aaaaaaaT aaaaaaaaaaW Murrleil c ntj four Yeara. -aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHHr Seventy-fou- r years ago Jonathan Thay erwas married to Ruth Penniman by the Rev. Jonas Perkins, pastor of what it f waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV TaaaaVaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV E now tho Union church of East Braintret and Weymouth. Mr. Thayer was 90 oi. tho 27th of April. Mrs. Thayer will be 92 on tho 20th of June. Mr. Thayer conies from the old Braintreo stock of Tha ers, his mother's and father's ancestors having come from tho parish of Thornberry in Gloucestershire. England, seven generations ago. Mr. and Mrs. Thayer havo been thr parents of reven children, of whom four are now living. The worthy couplo live in a hou-- o built by themselves 03 years ago. An unmarried son and a daughter hvo with them, but Mrs. Thayer refuses to give up the management of tho house to her daughter. She does nearly all the cooking, but allows her daughter to do tho heavier work. Mr. Thayer is still quito actne, but is troubled somo with deafness. Ho shaves himself regularly twice a week and saws and splits all the wood used in tho house. Boston Traveller. A IiIm'iiiii ertnl Auctioneer. "What will you give me for this gun? WTflaftnlR ' rl rWHaaaMa J. S. APPLEMAN M. D THE CELEBRATED English Specialist, Formerly Piolessor of Practice of Medicine, Electrical Medical College, v Now TORONTO, CANADA, Kxamln ng Thysicun of the Southern Medical Institute, LOUISVILLE, KY. Will be at Myers House, Stanford Tuesday, May 23, one day only. Returning eery four weeks during the ) ear. Dr Applemams a graduate cf Bellevue Hospital Medical College. New Vcrk City, and the Elec- rical Medical Collcce, Toronto, Can ad i. He has naac a special study ui ihe ducists he tttatvd in the gieat Itellevvc and Charity Hospital tor several ) ears and recognises no superior in diagncsini; He devotes all and irvalitii; Chronic Olsej.ts his tirre to the treatment of chronic and nervous of both sexes and his skill as an expert in discairs Treat! sucthis class of cases is wcllcstablithed cessfully, and 4& '.- . vi cj'k -"1 lffilm XN. pio-cee- M ', 1 .!- -. r. Agency for tho Weekly Emuiki:u is a profitable bubincfce. It ia tho best fcchool in the world to prcparo otic for a business contact with tho to business public, a etcppiiig-eton- e qualification anil future prosperity. tfir An Wo want good Agcnta to solicit for subscriptions. The inducements aro extra good. ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. rnrUInn I'lilillrutlnna, eriodicaIs. Of these It was too bad that just as Chappie 171Paris has 1,098 politics, 10U aro illusaro devoted to vulgar was al)out to cross tho street a and hungry cart horso should take a trated, 1C3 aro religious periodicals (07 Catholic, 9tt Protestant and 3 Israelite), fancy to his lovely boutonuiere. while tho rest deal with science and nrt, Weekly. finance, trade, etc. Har-Ier'- B && Mort I'iiIiiI Hum 'oiiiiiiiitiuii. During tho past five years tho suicides in the Austrian army were equal to a fifth of the total mortality of tho army during this period, and moro deaths were duo to this than to typhoid fever, pneumonia or consumption. TIIK ritLMDENT'S uvnuau. The (loots are of mure than tho ordinary width and have silver handles and hinges. There aro silver guards to tho steps and siher bands about tho stems and tops of tho lamps, which aro of tho cylinder styl", with beveled plato glass lanterns. The fifth wheel is made double to increase its strength, and tho springs are also made extra strong and padded with rubber to 1 educe the amount of noise and jarring. In the interior tho mine dark green color prevails in the morocco cushions, tho edges of tho seat cushions being faced with applo green silk. The front and side windows aro of quarter-incplate glass. Tho cost of tht carriage was if 1,800. h do you liko the blind organist? Critic Ho was simply out of sight, Miss Ada. Eluiira Gazette. Fair Enthusiast DeflneU. Oh, Mr. Karper, how TIip (Jiirm'a Uniform Prgraileil. English military men aro much exercised at tho degradation of tho queen's uniform in London as a costume for sandwich men. lliiurril From Loudon to Norwich. The longest dance on record is probably that of William Kemp, an actor of some celebrity in the reign of Queen Eliznbeth. He was a comedian and danced all the way from London to Norwich in a week. He was attended by a tabourer, a sei vunt and an overseer. It ia estimated that Queen Victoria's qb toyaU)Jrfj will cost about 150,000. , . Hie Uuurn'a Varutlon. Going once, going twice, and" But Samuel Herzoo of 408 "Milwaukee avenue didn't have an opportunity to say "sold." Suddenly, and to tho surprise of everybody in the room, there Permanently Cures was a report and at tho same time a cry Acute and Chronic Catarrh, Rlnclng in Ears of pain. The weapon had been acci Dealrest, Disease of Ke, Ear, Nose, 'lhroat dentally discharged, and tho bullet, Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and Bladder troubles. Bright' Disease, Diabete, Dyspepsia, Constistriking a counter, glanced off and Rheumatism aud Paralysis, Epilepsy or lodged iu tho calf of Georgo Do Hageu's pation, Fits positively cured. Vounj; or middle aged men sufft rinp from leg. Do llagen is employed at 9 South Impotency, Kruptiont, the rcaults ot Halstead street. Ho was not seriously errors or excesses, should call before It is too late, ve gurantee a cure if c hat not gone too far. wounded. Herzoo waVt lockeil up at the eruptions of the laca Superlluoiis hair and West Chicago avenuo station. Chicago permanently removed. all Herald. la Tlitro u l'uncorn Truat? As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, "tc., We aro informed that in anticipation failing icmedies. of tho World's fair in Chicago a number cured by never Diseases of women, such as Leucotrhea, painful inMenstruation, Displacement ot Womb, bearing of dealers' in popcorn, exiecting nn in short back, creased demand for that popular article, down pains in carries relieved portable time. all his The Doctor instruments comes prepared to examine the most obscure accumulated so largo a supply that the and medical and surgical cases. popcorn market is irretrievably glutted. He undertakes no incurable diseases but cures Prices havo fallen below any previous hundreds given up to die. record, and there aro rumblings of finanCONSULTATION FREE cial discontent in consequence. Cau And Confidential. Address this bo true? Can Chicago bo responsi J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D ble for this? Whero is the popconi Louisville, Ky, trust? Investigate it! New York Sun. Blood nud Skin Diseases. t y wjtwszs f tiMl r yTwsr Semi-Week- ly The Signal will bo Into this week, on account of tho printers being away. PubltBbed Bvory Tuesday and Friday The ladies of our villne show an in. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M President. AT creased interest in horticulture this S3 XMSIl YKAR IX ADVANCE year. 1893. When not so paid 92.50 will be charged." Rockcastle is freo from debt, having Will I find such and such an article? is a question that you oltcn hear Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Muile and asked. To paid her last jail bond a few days pbo, An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. leaving $1,000 in her tteasury ttnd $500 K.C, LOCAL TIME CARD. road fund. MEN'S AND BOY'S The Post says Mrs. Cleo Brown has Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returnirg place. at this at 5tta p, ci. been appointed Many of them for you we give a partial list of The position is worthily bestowed and L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. wo think will give entire satisfaction in ...... 7 pra Mill tram going North this section. Mrs. Brown, who was Miss . 13 P " " " South. ...... 11 Jl pm . South Express train " Cleo Williams, is a lady of business tal" North- - 1..... 3J Lical Freight North. ....... .710 am ent ami ability, who is capable of tilling ' Souths .......J30P ni any position with grace. As this is her The tatter traini alto carry passengers. DRESS GOODS.- - Wool Dress Goods in all the new shades and Tha above it calculated on standard time. Solar native county, her ncquaintauco is ex i at U about to minutes faster. weaves; China Silks, Challics, French Ginghams, Sattecns, Organtensive, and her many friends will over her success. Tho present in- dies, Dotted Swisses, Plain and Figured Pongcss, Lotos Cloths, Bel QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. cumbent, Mr. Joshua Boreing, has prov- fast Lawns, and nearly every other kind of Cotton Goods made. Trains pass Junction City as follows: and accommodating offi ; No. ed an excellent No. 1, Limited, 11:25 p. in .JUST IN We carry a better line of Trimmings than you usually find, such as , Special, arrives 8 40 p. m. No. 5, cial and upon retiring he will take with Q. & C. Special, j: 37 a. rn. ; No. 7,; Fast Mail, ar- him tho best wishes of our citizens for Silks, Velvets, Guimp in Black, Tinsel and Gilt, &c. mm leaves 11:43 rives 11:43 future- prosperity in other fields of laHOSIERY for Ladies, Men Children and Boys in Ilcrmsdorf, North. bouaJ No. s, Q.& C. Special, 3:10 p. Jm.j bor. No. 4 leaves at 6 a. in. ; No. 6, Limited, 3:15 a m Sheriff M. A. Moore, of Wil- - Pcerles and Silver Crown, Fast Black. Ex No. 3, Expreii, arrives 1:31 p. m., leaves 1.31 p liamsburg, was here Sunday. Judge CORSETS P. D., Warner's, Warner's Waist. Ccntujy. Tricora. McClure and wife, Mrs. 0. C. Williams French Strip, Silver and Thompson's Glove-fittinand Miss Mattie Williams are in LouisOur Shoe stock is complete. The expression of every one is that ville. Miss Berta Martin, of Maretburg, this week. our Carpets are the prettiest line they ever saw. visited Mies Lina Newcomb G. W. Gentry has been very ill, but is better at this time. Mrs. Annie Miller and son, Walter, of ZaneBville, 0., are gueets of Mr. M. J.vMiller. Rev. Hardin is doing good work in his field of labor here. Fields Jc Rice's saw mill men OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. have moved their families from Maretburg to our city. Mrs. Ida Lincoln and Call and sec them before buying, Every thing in the grocery line Mies May Adams passed through Tuesfor sale cheap. Absolutely u day en route to Grays. Elder Joe will conduct n protracted meeting here this month, beginuing May 22d. A cream of tarter baking powder. Higest of all in leavening Writing Irora Perkins, Montgomery New stock, styles and shades. strength. Latest United States county, Kas., Mr. Joseph Mc James says a. c. sine: J. N.MKNKfXB Government Food Report. they have storms of rain, hail and wind few days; creeks and rivers bank-fulROYALIBAKINGfPOWDER CO., everylarge fish floating out in some of the 106 Wall St., New York. lowlands, for fresh grazing, weighing 10 to CO pounds, from the Verdigiss river, A. S. Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, furnishing food and eport for the fisherSURGEON DENTIST. Landreth's Garden Seed at men. Wheat prospect is tine; oats and Office over McRabcrts Drug Store lnthe c corn fair and a fair prospect for all kinds Owsley Building. Stanford of fruit. Coffey ville is on a boom, with sufficient natural gas to run all tho maNew Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. -JSCm chinery in the county. The gold in the National treasury is The best and largest piece of again a little above the $100,000,000 - TOBACCO, tnarK. Our facilities for giving the greatest values lor the least outlay, arc Interior Journal MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. -- WHERE : Stanford Female College. . Spring Session Tuesday, January 24th, -- S post-mast- ..-- .Is WHAT WE : CLOTHING! KEEP. New Stock re-joi- South-bounBlue-Gra- d is 1 P- - P- - - - New Styles, H. J. McROBERTS. g. BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, SEVERANCE & SON WATER : COOLERS, SEASONABLE GOODS. FARRIS & HARDIN. Bal-lo- Pure WALL PAPER & ALABASTINE l; Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. PRICE. Wo. Bo -- t.-j McBBlJ)RTS, I. 1 1 SINE & MENEFEE, Proprietors of The Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. CHEWING A -:- Dental ITotioo. I v. Notice to Stockholders. liver sold oil this market for ten cents is R. nolds Tobacco Co.'g "R. J R." J, Rey- Trial is Convincing. A-- Sold by W. It. WEARKN & CO. acd FARHIS HARDIN, Stanford, Ay. 17.1m C. 30. FOWEI.X., GIXTERAIi STOES, LOGAN AVENUE, Stanford, If b : : Kentucky, . Always'selU goods lower than any one else in town. New stock, of Fruits every Friday. Can you think of anything moio con- vinciii" tliAii thn nrnmiau flint, ... mnili. "f ....... .. ,.......... ....... in ... .. I have for ule a limited numW of Waek by the proprietor of Dr. Surf's Catarrh IS rah ma Hggs for sale from two Ligt very fine pens of fowls. Orders promptly attended Kerned v? It is thin: "If wi can't cure to. Drnhmajt 50 per etuug, Langshan $1. Send your catarrh, we'll pay you 500 in in your order. GEO. C KELLER. JR , cash." Stantord, Kj All Froo Lang-ehanam First-Class Eggs For Hatching-- Brace Up the system after "La Grippe," pneumonia, fevers and other prostrating acute diseases; to build up needed flesh and strength and to restore health and vigor when you feel "run down" and used-up- , the best thing in tho world is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It promotes all thu bodily functions, rousts every organ into healthful action, purifies and enriches the blood and through itcleans-cs- , repairs and invigorates the entire system. For the most stubborn acromions. Skin or Scalp Diseases, Dyspepsia, Hilliousuess anil kindred nilmeiitH, the "Discovery" is the only remedy that is guaranteed. If it doesn't benefit or euro you have your money back. To . ill be at- - Liberty, Ky., May 15 to 20, '93, Prepared to do All Kinds ii-- 4t of Donta! Work. 0. MILLINERY. All persons holding stock in the Huilotvill and Carpenters Creek Turnpike Co. are requested to cumc ociorcinc iiuaru 01 Directors ai iiustonvllie on June i, sV)j, produce their certificate of slock, receive dividends and new certificates in place of tbe o'd ones. Ily order of the Hoard, so W E AT 1. R FO R I , Pre. W. unsurpassed. We Carry a Tull Iino of Builders' Suppli You will dow1l to give rr.e a call, Satisfaction guaranteed. Flute wrk a specialty. W S. HKAZI.KY , D I S DR. W. B. PENNY Dentist. seated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Sunfoid, Ky. Office South side Main street, in office :c HUSTON VILLE, KY., THE teeea P. Call at the post-offic- e room and see the Falls Branch Jellico Coal Go., , Largest and Best Soloctod Stock Of Millinery in town, bound to please )ou. The goods and prices are MRS P T. COURTS OK Miners and shippers of the GENUINE Original Jellico Coal. Row land. ruad crossing 0 Tr y it. We are the sole agents tor .Stanford and OIKce corner ol Depot street and rail- - IS SELLING OUT BELOW COST HIGGINS A WATTS. T M.W LINE Spring and Summer r ST X ALU, IK. r. CLARK! ENTIRE STOCK. Now is your chance to get linery tec it milCall acd ST3ESi$.UB& CO., .. Plumbers PRACTICAL . I t wTlltven on January 10th, i3jj. a Dairy, ltot which I can supply any quantity ol JereeymilL.o the people of Stanford ami How-lau- well as a copy of Guide to Health ami Household at the tfJowing price?, delivered . Instructor tree. All of which Is guaranteed to do ou nothing at A. R Penny's 3u good and cost Fresh Milk, per gallon 70 cents drug store. Skimmed Milk, pvr gallon 10 cents Butter Milk, per gellun 8 cents Soe tho World's Fair for 15 Cents Upon receipt of your addiess and 15 cents in I will make two trips dally. The patronage ni the postuge stamps c will mall you our Souvenir U. A. I'KVTON, t"uwic i .solicited. 'ortfolio of the World's Columbian Kxixxition. Stanford, Ky s)wjrr. The regular price is 50c, but as we wantjouto nave on) we mike the price nominal, ton win be tied it a of Art und Notice to the Public. contains work page views a thing toreat prized. It buildings, of the full I have had Ith description of name and ts eiccuted intne highest snlco! art. If not satlitied with it after you vet it wc will refund the stamps and let vou Co., keep the book Address li E. HucMtn Chicago, III. At Rowland repunted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of tlifl best saThere is nothing I have ever used for miucular loons in the State, open day and night; a nijjht rheumatism that gives meas much relief as Chamman meets all trains. In conucctiou with lluuw berlain's Pain Halm does, I have been usicj; it have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Stati for about two years, four bottles in all, as occaand for reference to wmer, call on Mr. and Mrs sion required, and always keep j bottle olitininy G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd In home. I believe I know a eood thing when I get 'ram, Erin, Tenn., A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. hold of it, and Paiu Halm is tho best liniment I D. E. Proctor, C. H. Hraum, Mr. and Mrs. T. W, with W. li. Denny, dairyman. New Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. V. U. Johnson, haveevermct 50 cent bottles for sale by W. II, Lexington, New Haven, Jim Cox, Greensburtr. Rates Ji pel Mcrlobetts, O. Druggist, Stanford. day. J. M. Petrcy, clerk. Give me a call. J. W. CARRIER, Prop. 98oiy The promptness and certainty o( its cures have nado Chamberlain's Cough Remedy famous It is intended esneciailv tor couirhs. colds, croup and whooping coughs, ami is the most effectual remedy knuwn fcr these disease. Mr C. 11. Main, ol Union City, Pa , says: "I have a great sale on F. B. BIBEY.IProprlotor, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I warrant every bottle and hive never heard ol 0110 failing to give - entire satisfaction " 50 cent bottles lor sale by Druggist, Stanlord. I have inored to my new Hotel land am bettti W. li McRoberts, prepared than ever to accomtnodato the public. While Mr. T. J. Itichcy, of Altona, Mo, was Good Livery attachod and every convenience detraveling in Kansas he was taken violently ill sired. Give me a call. with cholera morbus. He called at a drug store FRANK RILEY. 77 to get some medicine and the druggist recommended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy so highly he concluded to try It. The result was immediate relief, and and a few does cured him completely. It ismade for bowel complaint and nothing else. It never fails. For sale We will pay cash for country produce ol every by W II. McRoberts, Druggist, Stanlnid. on Depot Avenue. We kind at our store-rooBucklln's Arnica Salve. also will run our wajon regular every week to The beat salve In th. world tor cuts, bruises collect same in the country, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapCRAIG & WALLS. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requirperfect satisf actios A. G. Lanham ed, it is guaranteed to John B. Castleman. rnce 5 cents per oux or money rerunaea. Kor sale by A. R. Penny, Stantord, Ky. d ery know itt value and those who have not have njw the opportunity to try it tree. Call on me advertised druggist and set a tual battle tree. Send your name to II E. I!uik en .V Co , Chicago, and geta trial bottle of Dr. King's New Lite Pills as Those who have used Or. King's New Discov- Just received and roadv for inspection MISS LICC1E HEAZLEV'S. humeri!, Ky and Steam. Fitters. I Dealers in all kinds of Iron and ilrass Goods loi steatnand water Sanitary Goods of nil kinds. AH work guaranteed against dcftctise material and wiirkntatish'p 37 J". HI. DEALER IN ROWLAND, HI JliTOIST Clothing, KV. I am selling out all my retail stores and will remain in the wholesale business only. Therefore you can get goods now at your own prices. I am Selling Out Uelow Cost my entire stock of BARGAIN Oo : : CROCERIES, HARDWARE, Traveling THE SHELTON HOUSE Hoots and Shoes, Cigars and Tobacco. Ohl. KiverSalt for sale by the barrel. Will lake country produce in exchange for goods at market price I am also agent lor the old reliable Hrodbcad Tobaccos and will keep a full line of these goods in stock, and all I ask of the merchants ot Manford and Rowland is to give me their orders and I will put the goods In their houses at Factory prices. Thanking the public fur liberal patronage, 1 ask a coutinuonce of same, and remain your obedient servant. J If. HILTON, 57-i- Gents' Furnishing: Goods, Hats, Shoes, Tinware, Etc. ICntire Stock M ustbeSold in IT. Come early and get bargains, as I must sell out, no matter at what price. I don't want to be in the business any longer. Don't miss Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, this Great Uargain Sale, as it will last for 30 clays only. I mean bus TMv mother. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. has hut re. There are three of the best Ilarbers in tbe State turned from the cities with an elegant line of mil- incss and will sell at any price. There are also excellent Hath Rooms run in con-- 30 Days HUY AT- 27ew Millinery. nection. Agent tor I cxington Steam Laundry. linery, embracing THE RILEY HOUSE ALL THE NOVELTIES DKESS MASEE. FEUD. Suaton.villt Ky. THE 60FFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY Of the season, of hich she willhave tull control. She also engaged a FXBST-CLAS- S THE HEST PLACE TO London, Kentucky. JOSEPH COFFEY, Pror. aj to Call and examine my stock of Millinery before buying and leave your order for your dresses. Thanking you far past favors we solicit same. U Country Produce. not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to its long list ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelera and fine rooms for th dlsptoy of samples. AZFIrst-ClasAnd j7-- tt in my charge and I intend to conduct it so This Hotel, renovated .and refurnished, is now mary davis;duddkrar. Wall Paper ! s Saloon BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached JOSKPH.COFFKY. BA.NK8 THE JEWELER. Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of All new stock and latest designs. gi. JOHN B. DeNARDI, ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, A. R. PENNY. tHmmf J ifJUniarir - v insurance Company, jwmuftu yw. ssswesass, in1M Watches, Clocks B a K. WEAKEN, Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in BARBEE &CASTLEM AjN Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. Y(3s.. Tx iu AMtKBVtlriKTUM LINEV,,Jf) VNM "oww1 Jewelry ?. s.. - 4BShT? ttJrmfa rvumrostunoft KOABDinft Tntrwur fUnwo ttxmj mMmmmd Tm ww ihTttI 'Ww W. . TRIBJLX, Loo&l Agt nt, Carriage Painter and Trimmer, Complicated Watch Repairs and Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons Artistic Engraving a Specialty. Imperi.il Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat style. Plain and ornamental paired in refirst-clas- s And SILVERWARE. Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys. Carriages, Buck Boards, Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Buggy and Wagon Harness, Saddles, Fields, Baled Hay, &c. STANFORD, KY. Signs. Satisfaction guaranteed in both workmnn-shi- p and price. Shop on main street, oyer Wm. Daugherty's blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky. Allgttds sold engnved tree of charge. aW rour patroaagc.resptcttutly solicited. 'i-.-