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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893051901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. M. . - . - ?l . r?-; . S JC T T m "T vEV5" vrfTtr'' t Semi-Weeklvol. XXI. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. , y Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. MAY 19. 1893. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. LIBERTY. NO. 23 Hot. Thomas, ol Mt. AbIi, preach at tliu Methodist church next Sunday. Tlio GatHlllan Literary Society will jjlvo an open Hussion at thu court liouhu Friday nlht. Klilcr James K. Terry will be liere next Sunday to begin hia work as regular pastor of the Christian church for the remainder of thin year. Mrs. Nick Daniels is quite nick this week. Ed GatliQ", thu little Bon of Dr. A. GatlifT, !im beeu very sick with pnenino nia, but is improving. W. 11. Myers Bpetit hut Sunday with hia father's! family, at Woodbine. Memra. M. A.Moore aud Will Joiies were in Middlcnburo last week. II. II. Tyo lain Cincinnati this week. Miss Kloia HuRuely, of Hichmond, who has been visiting her brother, Mr. K. M. Huguely, for auveral weeks, returned home Tuesday. On last Saturday oven of Miss Carrie Myers' intc 12 couple young friends i;avo her a pleasant surprise. Before this letter la read by the public Mr. J. C. Mahan, one of our popular young merchant, and MIm Hello Arthur, daughter of E.F. Arthur, will have been united in the bonds of matrimony. They will be married Thursday morning at the brlde'a father's and will take the 8 o'clock train for Louisville. Judge John Smith, Mrs. C. W. Lea ter, Mra. W. M. Hlaiu and Bonnie Wat kins left last Suuday morning for Warm Spring, N. 0. Judge J. W. Alcorn, of Stanford, John B. Fish, of I'luovllle, J. H. Sampson, of Mlddleaboro, J. U. Uog en, of Knoxville, Meatus. DUhman and IUwlioga, of Barbourville, and N. A. Kichardaon, of Louisville, are among the visiting attorneys since out last. Circuit Court has been progressing nicely aud a great deal of business disposed of. Baker, for the murder of Ix gan at Corhin lant August, not guilty; Howard Woods, for cutting Conductor Douglass who was attempting to remove him from care, four years; J. W. Hubbard, charged with fotgorv, not guilty; I'axton and McGraw cases continued and mast of the remainder of the time will be spent in civil busine. II T the Misses Bettio Burlco and Mary Cof- Mort Knthwell and Toddy Pascoe Fearing that tho Hon. Font F. Bobbltt have been putting in tlio week fishing at '"V Pwed through town Tuesday en route to Dnnvlllo. Miss Lulu Page, af- - left a fow things unsaid about WilliamsDlllion'a Switch. The meetings Jit tho Presbyterian ter remaining in our midst for months, burg and Whitley county when he was church closed Tuesday night with 30 ad- - returned to her homo in Columbia on attending court here a fow months ago, tho 10th. Miss Pago is a good looking I inflict upon our readers the following ditions to the membership. Will I find such and such an article? is a question that you often hear Kb Lawson has rcMguod as deputy and accomplished young lady, and while few jottings as a supplement to his sevasked. To sheriff and left for Indiana to engage in here made many friends. Her prsenco eral interesting productions. Not a greot many changes have taken will bo missed In tho social circle. Dr. . tho mercantile busiue-aMr. Will A. Arnold Iihh been appointed to fill tho va- Beazloy is again in our midst, and is op- plaro in Williamsburg since I was here last, but it must be said that the town is erating on the molars and incisors of cancy. holding its own remarkably well. The citizens. It now seems settled that we will Maiy of them for you we give a partial list of Kev. J. II. Bristow, from near Gil- lumber industry has been a great help have a fair this summer. Some of Garrard's prominent stockmen have gone to pin, was brought before Judge Myers on in building up Whitley's capital and as work in earnest and n meeting will bo last Saturday and tried before a jury of long as the lumber holds out she will held in n short while to form a perma his peers, charged with a breach of tho continue to grow, but were it not for this peace. After carefully testing the weight business, it puzzles me to know what nent organization. DRESS GOODS: Wool Dress Goods in all the new shades and of the uvldenco on both sides, tho jury would become of the town. Thero is no Half a dozen or more colored boys weaves; China Silks, Challies, French Ginghams, Satteens, Organwent to Crab Orchard this week to wait decided that there was nothing in the other industry and manufacturing seeniB on the tables at tho Springs Hotel which case and ho was acquitted. As it ap- to be tbn last thought In the minds of dies, Dotted Swisses, Plain and Figured Pongess, Lotos Cloths, Belj is under tho management of that ex pears that tho parsou has been active In the good people. The merchants display fast Lawns, and nearly every other kind of Cotton Goods made. procuring tho indictment of traveling some energy in their Btores, but aside cutout gentleman, Mr. Gus Hofmaun. We carry a better line of Trimmings than you usually find, such as whisky venders, it is suppoced that prej- from this, there is apparantly no other After tho services at tho PresbyteriSilks, Velvets, Guimp in Black, Tinsel and Gilt, &c. an church Sunday night, Miss Lena udice against him for this is at tho bot- business going on. HOSIERY for Ladies, Men Children and Boys in Hermsdorf, From the uumberof doctors Williams Bright, of Hubble, was taken suddenly tom of tho prosecution. It was hoped after tho terrible pffair burg has, one would at onco conclude Pcerles and Silver Crown, Fast Black. ill and fainted in thu door. Sho was taken to the residence of Mrs. D. M. Lack- on Casey's Creek a fow weeks 6ince thnt that either the town or the surrounding CORSETS P. D.f Warner's, Warner's Waist, Centujy, Tricora, ey, where she now lies in a critical con it would bo long before such an occur- country is in a fearful condition from a French Strip, Silver and Thompson's Glove-fittinrence would again take place in this health standpoint. I counted eight phyditlon. Our Shoe stock is complete. The expression of every one is that county, but late Monday evening a worse sicians' shingles and wasn't buuting for Tho crossing on Miller's Hotel corour Carpets are the prettiest line they ever saw. ner is a splendid trap to get somo ouo case took place near Gilpin's Store, on them either. Circuit Court is in session, with a faircrippled, especially when tho street Traco Fork, that of one brother killing lamps are not lighted. While returning another. The only information of the ly heavy docket, but up to date only one from church one night this week a lady particulars of the fratricide as yet comes party has been sent up. Howard Woods, stepped Into one of the deep drains next from the one who did the killing, as he a negro, is the unfortunate and was givTO THE to the pavement and was severely bruis- came after the doctor last night. Logan en four years in the pen for stabbing Brown states that yesterday evening, Conductor J. B. Douglas, an account of ed. Not much talk on the local option while he and some others were drink- which appeared in our paper some time question is heard now, as all aro await- ing, his brother, Lecy Brown, commenc- ago. A large number of attorneya are We call your attention to the Late Improved ing the decision of Judge Sautley as to ed tiring at him with a pistol; that he, in in attendance and with Williamsburg's order to stop Lecy from shooting at him, full quota, the rostrum is full well nigh the constitutionality of tho law. As stated before in this column, tho case will bo fired twico in the direction of his broth- to overflowing. Judge Alcorn, of Stanheard Saturday, at Harrods er, and that the third timo he drew trig- ford, is among them. The business is not creating burg, where Judge Sautley is holding ger, the remaining barrels of his pistol as much interest here as in a great many went off together with fatal effect. Lecy court. Mra. Josie Boner, of Camp Nelson, Brown lingered until Tuesday evening towns. It is generally conceded that visited relatives in town this weok. Miss when he died. Human life is becoming Kditor Green Denham, of the Times, will Belle Walker is tho guest of Miss Lizzie remarkably uncertain in some sections. be tho successful man and both Drs. Walker, on Danville street. Mrs. Mollie A warrant has been issued for the ap- Blain and Adklns have withdrawu their petitions in the gallant editor's favor. Young, of Dallas, Texas, is visiting her prehension of Logan Brown. r The old game of croquet has been reparents, C.ipt. and Mrs. F.J. White. Jim vived at Williamsburg and it is now havMIDDLEBURG. Cunuingham has gone to Louisville to ing a big sway. business ongago in business. Miss Sallio E'.kin Dr. I. S. Wesley returned Tuesday men indulge in it and "roqueting and has returned from Chicago. from the State Mudical Association at croqueting" is heard all the day long. There seems to bo no end to tho Frankfort. agencies and contrivances that are springJ. M. Durham is doing a land office One of the principal streets has been And would say to you never buy without first examining it. We asBROOHEAl). ing up all over the country by which business in wool. He has bought over converted into a play ground and the sure you that it is the simplest, most durable and the lightest draft spectators that watch tho games can be Woodyard ft Cherry have the frame men are seeking to mako something out 10,000 pounds. Call and counted by the hundreds. Quoits is aleo machine on the market and less liable to get out of order. of nothing of their new atoru house up. Cliicigo seems to bo headIt rains from :t to 5 days out of each it. It is represented at Crab Orchard by W. A. Carson, at Stanford Henry Mitchell ns arretted Tues quarters of a number of agencies of this week and tho prospects for farming are a popular gamo and many of tho sportby D. B. Stagg. at McKinney by Alford & McKinney, at Kings-vill- e ive youths, middle-ageand day by Deputy Slientl Cummins, charg kind, though other cities iu tlio North rather gloomy. by W L. McCarty and at Hustonville by John Riffe. aro not far behind in this disreputable ed with unlawfully selling whisky. An entertainment at tho Baptist while away their time at that sport. Jellico is John Frith has beeu sworn in a as- business. Circulan aro sent out to law- church Friday night will close tho pres- righteous still ranked with the "untowns," but nobody has been girls yers, notifving them thnt if they will ent Mission of Janio Wash Institute sistant P. M. at thin place and the Hond Jo to an agency they will be allowDon't fail to sec the Buckeye Machines. , killed for a mouth. Iu fact, tho lawless- Kept by each agent. Kov. J. II. Bristow and Geo. Ellis-onnil seem to he happy to know that tticy of tho Gilpin vicinity, had an alter- ness thero has been checked considerawhen they get their ed to serve as attorneys in any cases that can get to sue John may be sent to them. This seems fair, cation ouu day last week, in which Bris- bly and it is eaid that Chief of Police Call and see our mail. Trammel is to be given the principal Bro. Piku tilled his appointments ut and is qultua concession upon tlio part tow cumu out second bctt. credit for it. He is n wideawake offiKov. W. M. Vines, of tho Bantist tho Baptist church lait Stturday and of tho agency to hIIow an attorney to STOVE. O.ik practice his profession and receive com- Theological Seminary at Louisville, who cer aud as fearless as our owu "Brother" Suuday nights. Ho preached at Newlaud. Sunday morning at 11 pensation therefor upon paying to them has been preaching Hill church on thu church tiero, The population of Jellico is now recka reasonable portion of hi fera. It is preached two very able (liscotirees.Sua-da- y o'clock. Saves time labor and expense oned at.S00 to 1,000 and it is rapidly very much like tho man in Frankfort, Mrs. G. W. Tharp haa been confined morning and night. Tho church building up. Tho tiro of some time ago to her room for several days from tho ef- who employed a number of hands to has secured ins services as pastor for half Guaranteed to be been cateli drift wood iu the Kentucky river his tinio till September. Ho has been Bweptout of existence a number of good fects of a fall. Dr. P. Benton ihns buildings and several but the called to preach for tho Junction City on tho sick list for n few days, but is and cave thorn half they could catch. It ia singular that any country that Bapttbt church, which with this will buildings have almost all been replaced, convalescent. while l'Jgroggeriesslill flourish likegreen H. C Hlliott, a railroad (.man who Is constantly boasting of its civilization make up his Held of labor. bny tiees. is at tho Mine time expending untold d K. S. Fisher lias a turkey hen which lives in Henderson comity, is at The calaboose is in tho most conspicuAnd to give satisfaction. this week working about 10 men, millions iu preparing for war. If civilis ho sayshyts on tlio nest an hour or more ous part of tho town and woe bu unto ation consists in dovMny ways aud every day and has done so for extending thu side trauk.U.Mr. iKIliott at leatt the unfortunate who gets into it. A low, seems to be a gentleman and understands means whereby tho greatest amount of six weeks and ho has never yet gotten a flat building with only one window and human slaughter ran bo had iu a given single egg from her, his business. while his neighbor, as dark as the aro of spades, it is far, Miss Iva Painter is visltinMra. Mh-r- y time, possibly it would bo in order to Willis Coulter, has ono which in that from being a pleasant place oven to paradu before the public tho immensity time has laid 00 Colyerand Mrs. Mattio Carter this egirs. Spears dees not up in. Orchard, of tho preparations th tt had been inado pretend to accuse Willis of stealing his week. Dan Holman, ol Crab Jellico is showing her good sense in Ho and A. J. Pike for this peculiar kind of civilizitiou. Tho eggs; on the contrary, believes him to bo was hero Tuesday. exchanged horses and ho went home building of a largo number of ships of strictly honest; though he intimates that plowing up the platted "addition" and putting it in corn. Tho London A war at a time when our country is at it is a little ftrango happy. that Willis' turkey Co. had the streets all and peace with all tho world and when there produces so many J. G. Frith, our magistrate, wxs callegs, while his pro- had begun to grade, but the laid outstopis not the slightest probability ot their boom ed to Squire Elders' to try James Cash, duces none. ped, hence the change a corn crop for New Stock and Lower Prices than ever offered offered here before. who waschargeil with stealing a hoe. Tho being needed, is undo tho occasion of au See our stock and get prices. We can then convince you that tho "addition." E. O. W. testimony, warranted lits being hold over immense amount of bluster and brag, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. for which there is no excuse. Tho latest till circuit court, and being unablu to Why he Succeeds. The reason why -- The anti-pobill was killed in tho improvement in tho way of preparation give a f 250 bond, he was sent to jail. Dr. Appleman succeeds is because he ia for war is tho ballot proof uniform. The Kentucky House. a true specialist haH selected a lino of I am still buying wool and hope to ho called cloth is made of successive layBlddlngor a Call. diseases and made their study and prac- Our stock is complete and immense. All kinks of Dress Goods too of compressed hemp, compressed co all persons who have it to sell ou Sain Jones hasn't beenl in Stanford, ers tice his life work and has thereby be numerous to mention are now on our counters. Calicos, 4 A corset steels, etc Armies clad in Monday next. Remember I will pay the much, no doubt, to Stanford's credit and cotton, come more proficient in their treatment few more straw hats sold formerly at $1.25, now go at 35c. An elethis uniform can pound away at each highest market price. I. M. Bruce. delight, but old man Walton has loft the than the bed-sipractitioner. The Held gant line of Ladies' Slippers just in. Children's and Boys' Suits from K iTn v. Two owes and 3 lambs mourners' bench and la inithe amen cor- othur for days and weeks at a time aud of medicine is too extensive for man to Soc to $9 per suit. Come and get a pair of list of killed and wouuded will came to my place April -- S. Owner can hopo to master it in all its details. Dr. ner at least he is if thu following is to thu amount to nothing. No surgeons will gut them by paying for advertisement bo taken in dead sober earnest as it ap Appleman realized this and has devoted be needed and ambulances can be dis- and pasture. S. W. Givons, Shelby City. peared in tho IntkuioiiJoubsal: his medical life to special practice. He There is talk of repeating tho Brook- is eminently "Blakcly, of the Newport Journal, re- pensed with. No pensions will be grantfitted and ban a record here They are strictly . Bed Sets, Lace Curtains, &c. In fact fers to this papor as "that excellent pro- ed for gunshot wounds. It will give lyn Handicap at $o00 a corner, great dis of which ho may well feel proud. Call we can sell you any thing you ask for. Come one and all and get satisfaction being expressed by turfmen upon hibition sheet," while others speak of it nervu and backbone to would-b- e duel the doctoratthe Myers House next prices and if we do not sell you we will do you good by giving you as a religious publication. Both are right ists, and now any politician who wants at tho result of Monday's race, won by Tuesday and have a talk with him. It will Henceforth the Intkrioh Joukkai. pointers. Always to achieve a littlo notoriety as Diablo. man will cost you nothing aud he may be able boa prohibition, religious institution. courage can sond a challenge awith of The rich Brooklyn Handicap, worth togivo you advice im Wo have given tho devil thu best years that will do you much of our life by dishing up political matter punity to any opponent who haa called $18,000 to tho winner, 5,000 to tho sec good. . siui-lite- s for the delectation ol mm anu nis him a liar, or accused him of lying or ond horse and$2,000 to the third, waa Eggs, butter, &c. Will give you the top of the market. After this and like many another old einner, stealing. So much for tho advance of won atGravesend by Diablo, u "rank Os tho occasion of the Knighta of we will give away to every 20th purchaser the amount of the purat the llth houroeok to flee from wa now civilization and the progress of the age. outsider," against whoso chances the Pythias celebration, to be held at the wrath to come." chaser to $i, whatever it may be, for 30 days. You will find us at odds opened at 00 to 1. Lamplighter, Ky., May 30, the Queen and of the old man makes The conversion old stand in Rowland. It is reported that President M. H. the favorite, was second, aneck beyond Cresceut and Louisville Southern Kail the tho second In ten daya which the Jour Smith, of the L. A N., is negotiating for Leonawell, third. There were 107 book- roads will Bell tickets from all stations in nal man haa made -- old J man Walton makers on the ground and they couldn't Kentucky at one fare for the round-tri- p, and Ford from tho purchase of the N. N. & .M. V. from his unrighteousness Harry Hill, another society man of take the money fast enough. Belling May 30 and making ticket good If Stanford, or unconstitutionality. his to return until May 31. The chief atLouisville, will build him a taber-- 1 Atlanta, haa gone wrong. He forced even Moachatu McCord, a tractions will be a street parade, prize give him the Bame rates paid notes on Mrs. Vorter, the wife of a bank nacle and young man of Christian county, got drill, barbecue dinner, etc. For further Jones, $2,000 per week, he will president, for large auras, and lit out lor am drunk and wandered out to tho railroad information call on agents or address D. guarantee, on the strength of the two Mexico, when a relative of hers started track. Train came along and ho will G. Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. landed, to sweep the to hunt him with a shot gun. converts he has never know whaf.killed him. Among tho Kentucky towns; giving Sam Jones cards and changes There Is nothing I hav ever used for muscular , are tho following: J. H. Gudg-elblackguard-ism-fo- r rheumatitm that cives me as much relief as ChamOucltlln's Arnica Salve. spades in everything but his berlain's Pain Halm does. I hare been utioe it Alton, Anderson county; A. G. If Et ctiTinc His for aboul two years, four bottles in ill, as occaTh belt stive In th world lor cuts, bruise in that Sim Is without a master. High Bridge, Jessamine county; G. Orel, ulceri, salt rheum, ferer tore, tetter, chap- sion required, and always keep a bottle olitin my Newport Journal. all skin erup chilblains, believe I know vood : : : B. Vaugban, Jamestown, Russell county, ped hands,noiitilv curescores and no nav requir home. Iit, and Pain Halma is the thing when I setI linn, and hold or mlti. or best liniment ed. It is guaranteed to KiVk perfect satisfactioa hayeevermet with. W. U. Denny, dairyman. New wife of Rev. J. E. Glough was and W. W. Davis, McAfee, Mercer coun- or money rerunaca. rrice ij ccnii per bos. Lexington, O. s cent bottU'i for tale by W. B The Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call Mcitoberu, Druggist, Stanford. ty. 5or sal by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. killed by a folding bed at Chicago. will ! The I. J. Man Moving for Money Mountains and Making It. In , WHERE : Cas-uy- 's WHAT WE : KEEP. g. SEVJfflRANCE & SON. -- Farmers of Lincoln Co. post-oflic- e jggjJg.yi-4gjyy3jhSS7tfrCc- . Gray-heade- d New Buckeye Machines, bald-head- s ALL ZECIILsriDS OF REPAIRS ftEW PROCESS r bar-room- PERFECTLY SAFE. Brod-hea- W H. WEffREN & CO. &o-b- er New-Yor- k NEW : HOUSE, WE ARE THE LEADERS. Jc. de OUR DOUGLASS OR BUELL first-class- SH0LS, BRXNTG US YOTJR PRODUCE. STEPHENS & KNOX. well-kno- wn post-oflic- e Wiu-atot- t, SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. :'4 1112. trackDANVILLE. KY , (Record 2:2Sl over a half-nii' Sunstono is only n variety of aventu- STANFORD, KY., Crlblier Is A Home Thnt Is n rcralatcnt C. & C. P. CECIL, PR0P8. Ily AllDALI.AH MAM11MNO, nno feldspar. Ilirnsed. The tonrmalino becomes strongly elecIn its healthy and quiescent stnto it Sire of Mattlo II. 2:111. Geneva S. 2:101, would be impossible for a horse to take tric by friction. GA9IBETTA Hettio Jones 2:101 ami others. Tho black diamond is so hard that it Thi Hotel, renovated anil refiirnUhed, It now air into tho mouth nnd pass it down tho Kecoitl 2:221. ro to iv my charge nnd I intend to conduct It toat First dam Kiln Hopkins, by Octoroon. esophagus into tho stomach and bowels, cannot be polished. add but yearn, in 2:!!0 list at not only maintain its hijh reputation, accommoda-tioSire of thirly-onHILTON'S HACKNEYS. act of cribbing tho natural but in the Purple, green nnd bluo tourmalines to lt long list ol friend. Special fine room for Second dam Mollio Winfrey, by A vent's making him the greatest siro that ever (or commercial traveler! and tho jaws, nro found in Brazil. nnd henlth functions of thedlployofarr.ple. Almc, stre oflWHlinni Singurly 2:101 mid lived at thai age. Rich Men Arc Improving the Live Stock palate, epiglottis, esophagus nnd tho (Full brother to The King '':sil, "' " Tho pearl is only carbonate of limo, is nf America. peculiar act Nora O. 2:28. muscled concerned in this A'.FIrst-Clas- s Saloon 2 in 2:80 list, and Count Wilkes olio of readily affected by acids and burns into Hilton of A. T. Stewart nro exercised in an abnormal way. Quinine 9. will make tho season of .Mill Lady 2 10 at one year of age, nnd lime. Aad IMLLIAKD and POOL TtOOMS attached fame has gone into the live stock nuil Thus is shown a physiological derangeJOSKPIUCOrTKY. two otheri!.! lSlKt at my farm, near Danville, farming business, in Now York near Sar- ment of all those parts in tbo net of cribTho Orloff diamond is now set in tho Sir., hvfiooriri. Wilkes 2:22. (Siro of eaglo on bought out 25 or 00 of atoga. IIo lias Harry Wilkts 2:13 j, and 77 others in the bing. Hence wo find tho horse swallow- Russian scepter just under tho the old time farmers and thrown their ing air enough to distend, to a great de- the top. At $'-'-5 to Insure a Living Colt. 2;;'.0 list, and of dams ofof08.) King 2:21)1, places into one great estato of 1,500 gree tho stomach and bowels, which is n the 1st dam Jewell (dam coloring matter of tho emerald is Tho and Hilda Clay acres. IIo has purchased and imported fact that is indisputnblo and known to derived from tho fossil remains of aniOambetta Wilkes W. SMITH, . A. 2:!WJ, ami full sinter to lllnck Mmia, !l some of the finest stock of all kinds and every person that has been unfortunate mal life. Danville, Ky. mile leconl 7:M), bv (Sill's Vermont ("he n put the animals on his farm for use and enough to get into his hands nhorso that Ancient nnd modem engraved sapof Bonner Boy 2:23, and of dams of 12 in Like so mauy other wealthy men wns a confirmed cribbcr. show. phires aro very numerous nnd extremely 2:30 list.) in the past few years, Judge Hilton is Thero are as many grades of severity valuable. especially taken with the- hackney horse the disenso of cribbing ns thero aro of CI.AY C. Tho turquoise was regarded by tho and will breed this family extensively, in inflammation of tho brain, of tho lungs, Mexicans ns a magic stouo nnd wns r old J leconl 2:18. endeavoring at the same time to engraft Articles to Suit the Most Fastidiof tho stomach or nny other organ of tho hired by Second Jewel 48. B the blood on the native farm equines of body. This difference in tho severity of worn as an umulct. liny horse. Foaled 1SS1. l)am llowena Webb ltuiaell ous. A complete line of 1 hit fancy bred:tall:on v. ill make tho aeaion ol Sired bv Caliban 2.!M. Sire of Cyclone the vicinity. Tho Austrian government has a HunH "ilw "1 of S'nf"u the diseaso accounts for tho small quan 1893 at Cook' SptitiK 2 thick. 2:23 and tlvo othern, and sire of the daum enabled garian opal 3J inches long nnd tity of air that somo cribbers are ith records grandslre of 30 two 17 ounces und is worth $300.-00At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. of 2:30 andbetter.) to swallow. It is not sufficient to dis- It weighs of or tend tho bowels beyond a healthy condi1st dam Soprano (dam of Kinliicnru Money due when colt i loaltd, mare parted Tho color of tho turquolbo vnricsfroiu Stnithbridgo 2:281, with or bred to another hone. tion. A mild caso like this would lead a Cunningliam' Jewel; he by 2:13J, O. F. flay 2.18, Second Jewel, by nnd grandam of Brown Silk 2:22J, sUter twrsou unacquainted with tho disease pea green to greenish bluo and almost " Jewel's dam bv Ml)oMM', llalcorn; ad to Solo 2:281 and Stolnway 2:2o), by "T,f and tho effects thereof to suppose that he black blue. Tho best color is n clear sky dam by Well' Cruador. W Stratlunore (the sire of Santa Clans 2: 17 J, Yet he bluo. did not tako in tho air at all. Charley' dam, Rev. ena ebb Ku ttell.lt one ol and ! other, and of the dams of :W in Into Dom Pedro had tho largest does, but not enough to disturb tho norfineal walking animaU on earth, having met Tho the anddeleated all me rraek walker of Central 2.30. mal condition of tho stomach nnd bowels aquamarino over known. It was said in !ni Kentucky including .tal lion, and RJin 2d dam Abbes (dam of Solo 2:281 nn.l h eizo and shapo to approximate a calf's so as to bo noticed by a casual observer It by KunW'a ampler Denmark, by Oc.lardai Steinway 2:25J, W. Wood 2:07, Cricket Ac Summer Oenmaik, by Galuc,' Denmark cribbing hcad. It has been remarked that 2:10, Ceasar 2:1(1 and o other, and Kfre of dam the Tornpkln. mare. a horses nro lank and lean, yet havo bulky Htlgnt bay, while- fret 1$ hand, andbe a natural the damn of f in the 2:30 list, and she i" Coral, often used in jewelry, is nn in Complicated Watch Repairs and breed. .addle hMe. Wc will warrant him to abdomen3 containing gas. Now, if this sect product. Tho best specimen: are the grandam of C. F. Clay 2: 18, Kmiiinicu Artistic Engraving a Specialty. r of ...Mler. By (OOK & KKN.N,;nV. 2: 18 J, Sirathbritlgo 2:28 J and Sinner gas was not taken in tho act of cribbing, , found in tho Mediterranean sea and In Ky. KoMlaml, 2:201.) by Albion (siro of Vanity Kair but was the result or primary images-tion- dian ocenn. All goodi told engraved tree of charge. E D. Kr.NNov. J K. Cook 2:281.) that could bo removed nnd his bulky HACKNEY MARE MISS HELEN. Your patronage reipectlully iollclted. The most famous opal of history was 3d dam bv Maishol Ney. $7ft the Tun. proper size and abdomen brought to its Nonius A correspondent of the Now York his lank nnd lean conditvu greatly im- that worn by tho Roman Senator son. Tribune visited tho Hilton farm, "Wood-lawn,- " proved, but these improvements caunot Antony tried to buy it ns n present to DON refused to sell. It recently and is enthusiastic about cribbing horso because Cleopatra, but Nonius COM H1NK I) STALLION, Unco Ileronl 2 HJ. (Tli hackneys there. Wo reproduce part be made with tho tho cause, which is a was buried in his tomb, where it was the you cannot removo hackSt. Louis Don lreii7o (SI). 2.17K t (Full tho present century. of the letter, with pictures of the bay: H4 hand, l.a beautiful daiV hind loot while. Wh. K more'" (lalena brother little Inrlno (2) 2:10.) louging, a mentnl desire that is fouud in Dick and loreh.-aand left ney stallion Acrobat and the hackney nervous in the act of cribbing. By this he by M. gratified . Sired bv Uambetla Wilkes. (Situ of 31 ir.. wa. aired by Dick Elmore; 0f o.ildtmlth maro Miss Helen. ,. iron (fray Jack, 14!$ hand. hlEh, bred by ni nv jt icaa nun Dark . condition of tho brain and iu 2 30 HiTt, and full brother to The King Wm. Hubble, urtd by an imported Jack, dam by Maid: he by Ky.dyVaHamiltonlan, lira 01 FASHION'S FANCIES. Of Acrobat Tho Tribune writer says: abnormal system tho digestive organs are r2:2!, sire of 12 in an imported jennet O.. Ins to the lateret. of the he b A! dalllh; ne uy .nam mum, .. i is certainly a re nervous "The stallion Acrobat will .land him at very low term, at the Meiteri'er with their duo amount of 1st dam Ijilly Ycisor (dam of MUtake To women who cannot wear tho very aeaton1U) place, a rullra Irom Slaofotd, dam wat by Medocj d Wm. markable animal, and tho bitterest op- not supplied llica r.lmor '. . it .....,- - it .....a Don Iinnro (SI) 2:17. (Julena 2 , v,..j dam by cannot fail to nervous iufluence. full capo or series of caics that fashion ponent of hackney blood nnd Initio Uirine Colt. Willimake the preitnt ean 01 i'9J mT l"V' 2.28J, lV)ii I'ibirro2:l-HThis of itself is sufficient to produce a so favors tho "bell capo," as it is called, At $5 to Insure a admire his superb form and brilliant ac- lank and lean dyspeptic horse, in which .1. mlt.. finm luitoiivine. on inc i.u........ (2) 2:101, and grandam of Mnrgaiet W. and Bradfuidiitlle Turnpike, often proves becoming. tion. He is among the latest of Judge Mate traced or parted with forfeit intiirance 2.25, by Onrninl Cheif (siro of Hull 'oractho food would not be digested and conS in the 2.SJ0 Duke Hilton's acquisitions. Mr. Bloodgood verted into chyme, chylo and blood for Fnshionnblo modistes aro just now ".ratt on reatt nable terrca; not iep n.iljlr ii.rvjnw $7 to Insure a Living Colt. list. 2 28, and of dams of At dent. purchased him a year ago at Napels, ad making great uso of oriental brocho satins system, but in Cambridgeshire, England, where ho was the renovation of tho so much air swal- for bias skirt borders to handsome dressfm.t. ft.... ir Ku rrovctt hlmiclf fine 2d dam Jewell (grandam of 5 bettor is through Lady YvIht her only 1888. He had been shown as a dition to that thero and capo linings foaled in l,Let"r'etine,l on colt for iea.cn money. Mnry than 2.30 (tilPit of cribbing to gratify es; also for vesta, rovers Vermont (siro nf Bonner by in London, taking fourth lowed in tho act as to exclude the posevening toilets duelfluarolt patted wilh or bud to another foal), Tho silk linings of old nnd of dntmof twelve.) Bov h"e- largo field of competitors. In this mental disease digestion. prize in a ItlCIIARll DOWNEY. Co.,Ky. :ld ilam Ilniwn Kale, grandam of YcUcr can bo cleaned with very weak cnmphoi a healthy Klli.burgt Cawy this country ho took first prizo at every sibility of is nny proof wanted to estab-H1- . and ammonia water grgaolino and fash Ikiy 2:201, by Black Jark (silo of tho dam If there horse show in which ho appeared Philnnd grandam of Idol of Amy B. 2:21 Foaled lfeUO. Ited hay, lb.,linnillilgli. iha theorv that a horso that cribs ioned into pretty etticonts for summer adelphia, Poughkeepsie, Danbury, Al2:27.) Senion 50. Full brother to Silver King, Hold King, horse, I will refer you wear beneath light gowns. : bany and Syracuse except tho national is a diseased was a cribbcr 1 freAmong summer dust cloaks aro cir- Silver Queen and the great ihow inare. NUTIIUKST;s237. show in Madison Square Garden, when to a stallion that of his colts as they cular styles that envelop tho wholo fig llecord 2:1 . 1M dam Mollle .Mount.. honor was accorded him, Ber- quently saw. Many tho second Uv On Time. inveterate criblnrs of changeablo and striped high. Sire of Littlo Doubtful (2) 2.20J serker winning first prize in class 20, 14.3 grew up became show that it is a dis- uro, mado Silver King wan burned in KiieVable lllnck horso ! yoai old, 10 linniN to of lustrous shot mohairs, or of when 5 vears old, clred inoie good .adillo Chestnut horse. Foaletl Mayi 22, 1880. hands and under 13.2, 3 years old or over Now, this goes the system and given glorias, surah, plaiu or changeable. Hie Sired by C. F. Clay 2jIS. twilled ease coursing in horM--. than any hore in Kentucky at Siml by Nutwood 2.18. (Sire of 1W to two off in tho act of coition. I also knew a and thetlnut of 13.) Somo of tho rich brocaded skirts Kime ago. Ciold King was bred colts Wm. Welehiail. 1st dam Klla U. hy 1st ilnni Knterprlic itlam of Nuthurt maro that produced a colt that became a untritnmed, aud in making up marcs at 2 vears old and go two nnd full slater, to 2:1 H, Kdgeilon2.'.2. before it was 0 months old. I these handsome skirts tho silk linini: no better lit'this country; see Sam Harris 2d dam Kate by Oills Vermont. cribber Cvclf 2:27 1, bv Onward 2 25 (siro of ftf frequently saw maro ond colt standing nnd crinolino aro cut in breadths exact' aud Itillv Murphy. Silver Queen, shown Allie in2:."0 lit. and of the dams of 14 nnd at the fence as I passed along tho road like tho outside, seamed up together and bvHill Uue, was a Riitnt! winner Imiil Ud dam thonuigbrod. grnntl'ireof x ) bv Nd Kowlmiil, was (,., earnest then silk faced. cribbing as if they wero in dead Her preccnt onur roftiMtl 2d tlain lkilo Thuriii'. dam of Circle 2:27 C.F.Clay (put 11 In the 2.30 Ibt laM to down. to seo which could beat, and on turning Strath-sire of Brown t f till sinlcr to Coiuhnt2.10, Tho india silks, with black ground f2,ir0 for her. vear) by Caliban dam Soprano by they would at them nway from tho fence Hnviil Kim: wiHItcrve lifteen mares nt sprinkled with whito flowers nnd white llamlltonian, 10. ' is!. Williams 2.21.rSoudan 2:20 nnd WVlihlrv onco return to tho act with renewed grounds with all over arabesque designs my t"able, near l'ink Cottago. , nnd grnndam of Nuthurst Kwlj Warrant Hem of vigor, ItiirnwUn very handsome and 2:1 M and Kilgrrtnu 212). by wun snoi vi will bo equally faslnonauio tin Thoimlnle of Alice Tyler 2.30 and 3 llenco a horso that cribs is an unsound fects in black und whito, plain or with At S15 to Insure a.) Living Colt. colt and hould make a fnM record .J others, aud daiutof 8.) ono, and tho phenomenon of cribbing is tho changeablo ground dotted with Will make the coaxm at my place full :M dam Abutillou (dam of Shackelford JOE K. KAUHIS. symptom of that peculiar disease of black Danville pike. the mile from Stanford on the Stanford. Ky. 2:15, Combat 2:40J. and grandam of tho brain nnd nervous system wuicu conSleeves differing in fabric from the Colt. Cosher 2. 50, and V othon.), by Beltiionl stitutes the primary unsoundness. The dress continue to bo favored, velvet still At $10 to Insure a Living (siro of Wedgewood 2.10. anil II othcrn, flatulency aro the effects indigestion nnd (5 A.1.ACKKY, aud of ilaniH of 17 ) retaining its hold, being associated with Isaiah Michener, V. S.. in thereof. Stanford, Ky. Id dam Minna (the dam of Kentucky HACKNEY STALLION ACROBAT. light wools like crepon, veiling, clalrette : Breeder's Gazette. Wilkes 2:211. Madison Wilkes 2:22$, nnd pedigree shows that he has etc., and also with tho more substantia "Acrobat's grandam of Li7io Wllkos 2 22, and II camel's hair fabrics, wool bengalinos. in his veins tho finest hackuey strains. Pig Wcnfc I" tlif Loins. olhers). by lied Jacket (sire of the dams serges and tho like. New York Evening His aire Canvasser wns by old Conof Kentucky Wilkes 2 21 1, and Madison Pigs frequently get in this condition Post. Thi fine young Mnlliou vlllnmke fu--the hackfidence, conceded to be the greatest mile- Wilkes 2 22. nnd of graiidams of So So sciimiii of WK at my iilnir. when confined in small pens on hard . ney 6tallion that over lived, and Acro2.17, and of Bed Wilkes 2 10. sJro of 82 on a ground floor and ,, hr finr H(e ,u lyn Cb.nr, Shelby City, nil lllf MIOU I.1C K .im-- i ANIMAL LIFE. floors. Place them bat's stock producing qualities prove iu the 2.311 h't ) Season $30. tho feed until they havo regained Living Colt.j to be worthy on this point, as on i educestrength. Rub the loins with n him A houso dot: often takes a cold iu an $12.50 to Insure a . III! llir imm CICOKGIv AVII.I.IS 1777. others of his famous progenitor., His rec- their composed of equal parts of oi, yo from lying closo to a door where he Victor Hugo N a beautiful red sorrel martial in England and this country demon- liniment ord 2W strong aqua ammonia and seeks tho cool air Old is a regular Jim goes all the gaits and strates this fact conclusively. Of 30 of turpentine, oil well shaken together. $10 to;insurc,Colt:4 Months I'.tnun horse, foaletl 1SS7, siretl by sweet or linseed A horso on tho farm of N. J. Bell in Dandy nice one. mares served by him previous to his imsire of NuttHKl U:18, and 41 He was sited by (Silt Mnv 2dl, hebvj F. L. K. in Rural New Yorker. tho Bellefonto valley, Pennsylvania. portation, 28 proved to be with foal, and u, colu others, and of dam of 17 iu the '2:'M Hit. Secoml Jewel 18. Secoml Jewel wn. sirvtl- halidtilBh.foleainMr ,. IjcVmiii to bo 40 years old. I only 2 of the 35 served by him in this 1st dam Mona Wilkes (dam of tieorge Cunningham's Jewel, he by old ash- are ntie and of "' .,, 1.1 Stock rolntt. 'jinj; and A bit of glass, sharp gravel or wild oat by bv (JeorKO Wilkes 'J:2.'. sire Willis li country failed. In appearance ho is sininglon Denmark. a a Put pine tar on thoFheeps' noses if you (Silt Edge's dam was by Stonewall 'Cli.ncey Denmark u -- und without .. U.'..". of 7S in the '2 ;i) list, and dams of OS. gularly attractive. His color is mahog- eeo thein running with head near tho can lame a dog's foot, and if is wound not atJd dam IlamlettiuldamofStartler'J:'J8, caused by any of these nrticles any bay. Ho has a white star in the and stamping. The fly that pro- tended to permanent Inmeness may set in. Jackson. Hugo's dam wn by St. LImore. on him nnd Kfamhiin of eirj;o Willis 2M), by Victor forehead and black points save one white groundgrubs in the head is about. lliimli'lt!:''(l(slri'of Leontlno 'J IS ami hind heel. His head is small, well shaped duces To escape from dangers which menace she bv lagan's Gill, she by f.ill i others, and of the dam.s of 21). Juno is the month them starfishes commit snicido. This mont Hill's Vorniontlont of Anna U, Bear in mind that and with great breadth between tho eyes. (dam of Keiiturky :M dam Minna .. . Il'j htndi hlsh with ll.l.A is found only dam of Lee Paul. lie uto'i. no.IT'lirk.'. ' j I...- arched. His great to breed for fall pigs. u instinct of self destruction His neck is beautifully tire out boe.,heYy Wilkes 1!:J1 nnd Kraiidam of 7 others, and Monev due when colt comes or imetl .aik in thf depth of shoulders, short, powerful back, Thero is nothing a hog likes better in in the highest and lowest scales of nui llr 11 hv llourUm Chiel, the r fed at Ihu dam and granilaiii of four sires that Mures LTazt'd .....i "will, lor Ji.orrt. Reilmopd'a ller- - have In the for wnrld. mill Cluel ws ured list), by I...........1.1.. .irin.h broad loins, heavy quarters, flat, hard, tho fall than a good, juicy pumpkin. mal life. "' , ,V. .i., by Imp. Kep Jacket sire of the dam '2MQ Kentucky llourNm .ui of n lot of them. Hotrs will bring a unblemished legs and jwrfect feet make in Russia to accidents should any OCClir. be by I my culr.. Falcons are being trained wa. ty Col Wilkes J:'.M and Madison Wilkett good price next winter. Cows delight tako tho place of carrier pigeons for dishim a worthy subject of tho brush." UNSANDIDCK, N. WW " 'he and of grandam of So So 2:171 and Itetl It djm b,: f. in pumpkins too. The old fashioned way patch carrying in wartime. Not only Shelbv City, Ky. sire of 82 in 2:!I0 list. Feeding Straw to Horn1. Wilkes h y ii'e sir.. of planting among corn is a good one. nro these birds swifter than tho pigeons W.r.lor. wMch wa. acknowtdk!CiltIi'' 2o to lnMire. to horses during Tho feeding of straw eCeVm Kentucky poor chickens nnd tur- but they can resist bad weather bettor. ,ck Think of tho tho winter is a very common practice, keys when tho tcorching hot weather Ihh DAY 7807. Tho horned toad is considered a harm l.,e..JklnthV. "Id - II- K oat straw in good condition coines. If oil have no peach or plum and while I V. VI I note, an Kecord 2 20J ' J k.u.'ilv appraraiuehnha n.i fwi. Ileiervo less animal, but its iro is moused when can bo safely used as a substitute for trees or tre"a of any kind to shade them, 1011 and n a.ioin attempts overtures, and ' or U to in.u. Sired bv Happy Medium, 2 :I2, she of the ienii hay in times of scarcity the uso of wheat plant suiiHower seeds nnd castor bean tho hono cat feelings by squirting twt Standard:;Hecierel. colt. it manifests its Mnlo Cobb 2 i:i and 2 others, and of straw is to bo avoided. Straw of any Feeds where tho broad leaves will keep ilams nf III. lonCurtu ' ..td.wt.j SIKH) IIY (JAMIIKTIA Wll.KIS small streams of blood from tho gleam kind contains a largo percentage of indi- tho sun off tho poultry. dam of Happy dam biillbrothetlto'lhe Kiur t M-- l her dam by ing eyes. gestible matter, and in wheat straw this Vt siro of Day 2 2!iJ, bv Nutwood 2 utilamDaHyfieM Kraiidam f Alice Wllle f Samptnn - m? ,,, aro going to plant rapo Thoso who inpercentage u so largo mac it irenuenuy , . NOVELTIES. ri7A at j ear tn ru, i,iuicfciicij,i'j n. cntneky in :t0 list ami of dams of 43. not for for sheep must ltobin a 14H. .I ilam, causes attacks of colic and obstinate seed this 'pi ing 2nd dam Noonday, dam of Darknight mistake of last year '.V, bowls of nil sorts aro now used lied I'astiini' 2 27, Kiondamof Hapconstipation. Horses fed on straw should get tho unfortunate birdseed wero sown 2 Silver of 2 2 2 and py Day 2 2!J Cniupieror also got a good supply of bran mashes or whereby bushels for Uowcrs. tln-in tho west L farmers who thought tln-irent frnmiluni of (iuerita 2 Il) ami (lam boiled feed to counteract tho constipn-inThero is a uow silver umbrella clasp re to feed wero raising tho other kind Indier 2 2.1 bv St. Khno 2 SO. hire of dams tendency of tho straw. Musty fe you get tho right kind cently introduced. any kind is un abomination and a sheep on. Be sum 4 Months Old t.fH ilam Midnight Iniii of A I ft! of STAND'' in $10 tollnsurc Colt ;id Threo minute glasses in silver standNor'wc-- t this year. Tbo seed cannot bo sown frequent causo of disease. Iloll. jack, hate 2 10 trotting 2 OIJJ pacing, Noontidu 2 201 parts of thn country before the mid- ards come about with tho egg eating most For lack coll io,J.nnet$.o. Farmer IVaiiiiinnl 2 o!i and Kluctricily 2 17i by dlo of June. Pilot. Jr., sire of John Morgan 2 21 and 7 llulf Oiiliien, Unit Chicken. Dresden ciiinii handles and round knobs a good way It has been suggested that others and of il.ui of III). Maraball, Mich. Tho strangest specimen of poultry I to grade honey for inarkot so that all of colorod stones aro prominont nmong .11 Wacner Sltik Farm, 1W7, Itli ditmTwilighl, by Lexiimtou. siro Mar-- , i.illi"n, 16 hnd, toiled umbnslln Klch lay . havo ever won was from a road in understand is to divide tho differ- tho now designs in uso for Sired by Kecotder 46JJ, wn of AlcanlMra 7''y. uf tho tlain of Nora Temple 2 27. county, Ills., many years ago. I will W ijktk, ijt thejn sticks shall record 11' the beat ton of Goorn by ent lots according to color and call oth dam Delight, by Imp. tiluncoe lairwrt l.eiouldany I'rinRle.tiv AlidallahCheif, saw in n barnyard a very queer looking, "white," "amber" and "dark." UNnKKW)Oll HROS. Old silver deenntor stands which used dam hire of Iowa, site of llm dam of Knvoy Ali.lt.lluh 16, he by 1'arincri' bcuty, wol V'Mine stately, bluo and whito colored k light, or, as wo call them 1'apiiuau, a rrcnili Camdlanliore; ad dam !! 2 28 J18 to Insure. Tho rape plant can bo fed to cows as to bo called crnsos, for ilowors. In tho Anne, by Siar of the Wtwt record 7 . fowl, about tho size of a medium sizd nirinK J 30 performer, to e'teep, but unices caro is used now. casters, amused led all hore woll as Alcantara GAMI5IIUNO 7812. turkey hen nnd with much of tho tmssing ot tno casters 1110 om 1as1uu11t.11 nf .rmi- miitinf? jt new one In tho Int. Iha i (Keeord 2 2!J.) and shape of ono, with quite a it will taint milk. aro also utilized -- Jewel- uroqiiallid. fire ot three In jotn by AlrtP-tarfat silver bottoms Recoidtr, It is possible to make au animal and era' Circular. promineut crest, but with n short head Half brother to JimiiiiIo C 2:22. dam by Ourruru Cheif; d dam by Nirn.au Splendid Hay Cly.lesdaie mhujoii "... and bill. It so interested mo that I nnd plump upon corn and commenl )r. Stand at Siied by (.iambetta Wilkes, sire of 31 in nitrogehtantl at Etoppcd to inquiro about it, but found no starve it to death for want of $ioTO l.'JSl'KE A'.I.IVK COI.'l 2::iO list. ODDS AND ENDS. ono at home except a littlo girl, who said nous food nt tho samo time. 1st dam Delilah (dam of Jeanto C. 2:22, T,i IX Colt. nir. sadpTuTstai.lio.v, Cambruiio 2.2ij and Clementine 2.:iSl, it was "half guinea hen and half chickThere is inonoy in horse breeding, even The number of Russian convicts sont ami gianilain of Cecilian 2:28, Gilfillan en." D. B. Weir in Rural New Yorker. with raco 1 irses. Twenty years ago to Siberia averages 100 a month. 2::) and Lonzla 2, 2.10, by AdminiHtrntor Mnlkey of ICansas City bought William Tho stato of Massachusetts is said to Tim Doret Horn Sheep. 2.29J, sire of Catcblly 2:18 ami TJ others Chiquita for $1,000. That was tno iounn-ingo- f havo tho most valuablo records of any Reentered, ltrcd'l.y W. K OwIey, Ilurkiville, ami of the dams of 111. ulready been stated, tho introAs has Ky. hired by Hed Squirrel his stables, and he is now a wealthy stato iu tho Union. 2 dam Mary hliuore, dnm or Cleveland fit dam T 34, by Lndor a7,V King Dfnmaik, duction of Dorset horn eheep into tho man. But you must havo sense and will make DenmarK 71; ad dam llott, by tjray LexTwo magnificently brcd'Jncks 2:28 and grandam of Jcauniu O. 2:22, Paris has an insuranco company that by Star fie commenced properly in judgment enough to make your fortuno United States ington, the season at (inmbruno 2:2t)J, and Tarns 2:118, by There are in anything else or you will fail at horso refuses to issuo policies on tho lives ol Sire and dam of Gerrymander arelUtl. 1887 just ai.x years ago. siro of Tom llritton 2:2(1 and Sadie Fair, an htnor but few at the I.cxlnijton any people who uso hair dye. bo 88 herds of pure bred Dor-se- racipg known to hortea in Kentucky can lay claim to He won Down 2:2(1, and tho dams of two. "" nice nor!0 breeding. in this country today, distributed Four thousand new postoffices wero firthonnrat everalof the blset Uln at in tho ltd dam by .Star Davis, siro of tho dam Mr. H. C. Ezell of Tennessee recently form. Stands Call and seo them before you breed of Dick Taylor 2 --M. over 10 states. Tliis prolific breed is now sold ono jack nnd three jennets for ?2,000 established during tho past year; 537,010 State in hu unmatlablo letters poured in tho boxes, before the people, and it is not tho intenJ15 TO INSURE A I.IVi; COLT Hh dam by Ilrown Pilot, sire of tho J. W. OIVEKP, your mares. go to Virginia, ono jack to Illinois 152,012 o W. M. PODIi. of them wholly without any McKinmjy, Ky. dam of Hosalind 2 21. f Hi to Insure. tion at this time to point out their many to to Springand ono Huitonvllle, Ky sign, symbol or address. good qualities or to discuss the prospect foriJGOO field, Tenn., at $750. their rapid introduction. of lo - CRIBBING IS UNSOUNDNESS. AMONG THE GEMS. THE GOFFEY HOUSE QUININE S., CECILIAN PARK WILKES, 1 1 JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. io-siti- o ni Ex-Judg- e j"-- tl DANES THE JEWELER, Charley Sandidge. j. F. 4766. Five-yea- Watches, Clocks Jewelry ..' 1 AmllSIIVERWARE. - Dick Elmore, Jr. d PIZARRO 78M ret-y- ea Globe-Democra- t. ... . " U0'' -. J 'ei. - 1 . '2, , - I 1 ,i....i ROYAL KING. BARNES 21739. 1 y I v, 2.2-S- -- VICTOR HUGO. 1 Chancy - JUe -- Denmark, joa. i. AN cd i. 'J.'-M- wmw cciairwns -- 111 ri,it ?!?& flft 'OW II '' edre,: ''--'- ""S" " - rcpier-cntallve- s i, c'-- -1 HAPPY ,e.'..-lp'el"M- lt - ri".j;..3rU IIOUKlix w- s, ;:U'-n.y,ad;,.Chlefwre- :'i g r 1 Jav-KypSt- e bc.i-bo- ALCAN WILKES. I!,-- .! 111 1 . oe-u- car-riag- o 111 - !,. a; o:LBVELAND, in Gerrymander 235. 8lo Insure a TWO JACKS. Mam-brin- o, Krad-uat- ed ts $8 to Insurela Living Colt. three-year-ol- d ont-rid- Z222lS2! i3"awia V' ' ,1 ." ,4 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Breeze : Wilkes. a:-- COXi. 1:13)?. B. W. 20128. 1890 Iliy horte, foaled tired by Jake 13567, record The Lincoln Stock Farm, J. P. CROW, Proprietor, DILLARD DENMARK Thia finely bred aaddle stallion will make the Mason of 1893 at Cook't Spring's, t,yt mtlet East ol SOBBAMBR 11 A mahogany bay, black mane ml tail, 16 hands high. Kino saddle tatlion, foaled May 15 1W8. Sired by the writ known aaddle stallion Scream- er, he by a noted Denmark hotte. Firtt dam by a Second GUI, id dam by Logan 1 Gill.Sd dam by (.lll't Vermont. Old Screamer In hU day amt time wai a fine thow horte. and hat produced a fine lot of taddle horici This young stallion lui few coming and yearling! that thow fine laddie iiualities ami are good one. Screamer will make season ot 18.11 at the stable of his owner on tbe ilm Oil River and Gatrard County turn). ike, near Duddtrtr'i Mill, I.ady, by Melrose Wilkes 3139. Standard. id dam. Magi It., by llaltora 1014, tiro of Rotlta, hands high, foaled 1SS7; tired f.ifiU; kentucklan, 3.37V; and of tho dims of Ilayttalllon 15; by J'etoskey, aire King Toskey 1:15; Mary I. on Kentucky Union, ') a : 3 Vi ; Baltora Wilkes, 3:17 DoraMartin :ip; at Palony, 1:11: Bonaventuru, a:i8j and Winston, 3:19V;; Nellm O'Neal 'Veanoiu; ay ifCorgo tviikcs tire 01 ii.iijt Jake tired by Mcs.cngor Chief 1875, tire of 17 r'lUei itijM: Juy Wllkci i:itU with three, a:ao, I'etotky and of the dami ol 5 In the 3:30 list. three-. year oldi with recordt under a.1 .Inn. Pailmnl I'.. ..! I... l.nH Melrose wiikct tired vy Ked wtuet, lire 01 Bj and of the dami of 13 In ihe 1:30 list hy American Eclipse; id dam by Ilrown'i llalsora tired by Abdallah 15, who hat full)' dam ulna Jane, dam of Maud Ac. Messenger ji6K: ad dam, Kiltie Riven, by Alex 3,000 descendanli in tho 130 list. Col. II. U. will mako the toaton of 1S03 at our Abdallah. tire of Goldtmith Maid record andrr'i place a mile north-eaofStanlord, on tho Logans a 14; 3d dam Hud Jackit, ftc llreeie Wllkci will main tho ioiton of 1813 at creek and 1)1 Hirer Turnpike, place, aV miles from btanford on tho Rush my nrancn pixe ai Colt. a $10 to it dam Stanford, 11 1 i:ij; 1 McKINNEY, - - KENTUCKY. CeKCitV'Sr $12.50 to Insuro a Living Colt. Money due when colt li foaled tnare! parted with or bred to another hoise. I'atturage turnithed maret at $1.00 per month; will not be responsible for accident thould any occur. Dillard Denmark was sired by Doublo Denmark he by Montrose, he by Diamond, he by Gaines' Denmark ho bv tho treat race hore Denmark Denmark, ad datn by tit dam by lohn Dillard, jd dim hv Grey Eaale (thorough-lireDouble Denmark's dam Nellie, wat by Washington Denmark, id dam by Shropshire's Tom Hal. l three Dillard Denmark Is a hcautilul whiie lect, heavy mne and tail, 16 hands high, he hat proven himself n breeder oflarge, handsome rnosers This 11 a fine horteil he had noped-grce- . I.ut we do nol hesitate lo say he it one of, it not tho I ett bred taddle horte in he country. Runt through premium ladillera and thoroughbreds on both tides. All kinds of plauti for tale in teaton. J. F. CGOK. Rowland Ky. n d) dark-aorre- -. .1- f.l.... it st At Insure Living Belmont Cii let STJIvIJLa .And. At $8 to Insure a Living Oolt. 1 $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. If mires I parted with money li duo. Lein on colt until money it paid CIIAKI.KH DUNN. W R. A E. C. GAINES, Stanford, Ky will k, at the tame time and pltee tUml my 3 T. L. IIAUUIIMAN. J.S. IIAUulIMAN. BRYAN 6480. II Y MKTROPOL1TAN ma. Sonol Kytdyk'a Hamiltoulan. Dam JOKTTK. Hy 1ILOOD CIIEIP791 Sire of Kannle Robinson, a.aojf Metropolitan hy Rysdyk's ilamiltonian. dam Hyacinth by olutivr g andam t'hra, dam of Deiler and Dictator, by 'icely't American Star. Metropolian is acknowledged by all to be one of the uett.anu oy many the very best, bred atallion ever foaled. Hit full titter, Relna Victoria, told at the McKerran Sale tor ; iit the highest price ever paid for a broodmare at a public tale Two fillies by Metropolitan, neither of which were ever hooked sinsle, told at public tale for $1,31., aver- KlnK wi.o. lliood Chief, by Illoud'i lllack Hawk; dam Mist Duncan by Scott'a HiRhlander; grandam by Aratus; td dam by Timoleon. Illood Chief tired Wooley Jim a to, Fannie Robinson 1 jof, and Chief J 1 lllood'a lllack Hawk tired Ihe Jamiof Von Arnim a 19 and Almont. Jr , a6, and Helle llrasfielda ao and I'rotiene .i8. llryan Is a beautiful bay, foaled June 7th. 1M4. He will make the present season 1893 at.Moreland a milea north of Ilustonville, on the Danville Hustonville pike, Krnn-damof At J for a mare and $6 for a horte, to Insure a living oolt money due on allseatont when colli come If mare are traded o(f or removed I rum the neighborhood without satisfying me that they are not in loaLicason become! due. I.ien retained on colli Standard, No 713, llay Stallion, iS handt; foaled till money It paid. Addiett 18&S. THE SILVER KING. oswmiibis aaffisi irari&m, , O. M. 8POONAMORB, Rowland, Ky SIRED HYSIIYVEK KING (Sonof OnTlmei, first dam by Limber Jim; tec-odim by OM Drennun. This handsome saddle stallion will make the season of 18)1 at the S. O. Ilaughman place, five miles fiom Danville on the new Lancaster turnpike, at od NABOTH jldMJlL, EUEEKACHIEF Black stallion; 1S handt hljh; without foaled i8S3. II V white! Central Park, Danville GAMHONITO 8419. Race record lllack Foiled 83; Horse, to handt Sired by GAMHKTTA WILKES (Sire of 31 In a' 30 at 10 years ) dam Maud, by Garrard Chief (sire of llasil Duke and of the dams of Don I'liarro (3) Don tarroao (j, 1 17;. Lottie l.owrfe (II 1.I64, Uaienai.tsitJ uy ni.nimuia Cor14, uy idam Nellv. by ton of limy 1101c btau, tire of 6 producing dams, j dam by llelu.' toikilnii ihoioughbred. In offering Gimhonito't lervicei we ueueve inai wehav.lnhlm the 1IKSI' INDIVIDUAL, the llKSr OAI1KD, BEST TEMPERED an! asn GOOD A RACE HORSEat lives. ll.hasprov-enhluisellaecllenl breeder 1 he tint coll of hit get was handled last season at a yetr old, and irottsd quarters early In June lit- 4 seconds, and was then turned out until fallanil handled about a month and could trot quarters late in the fall in 1:14 $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. Wo wilt alto stand the $th heat, BLACK JACK, SMITH, 3.1 bands h'gh, by I'roctor Knott at rv ,jj( !), $0 to Insuro Living Colt. ." - Maret kept at reasonable ratec at ower'i risk. 1IAUGIIMAN IlltOS., Danville, Ky. Denmark Chief. Denmark Chief will make the present teaton af 3oscoaJt. We mile-- the price for his services so anybody can breed to him Jjj to insure.or JJS the season, cash at time of service. We will handles. veral of his gel Ibis teoson. Wa iavlte you to call and see Gainbontto and his $8 to Insure a Uvlnj Colt DIRECTED 13945, At $20 Stnmlard Hnle 0. 2:21 i, made in third heat in race at Evansville, 1ml. Has trotled miles in Record Will remain in stud till June 1st and tiien go back 2:10; will go in 2:15 this season. in training. Sired by Walsingham 21C0, (sire of Latitude 2:191 and 7 or 8 others in the list.) 1 dam Tinsel by Messenger Duroc 100, son of llamiltonian and sire of El aine .':L'0, tne dam ol JNorlalne, yearling record tflj. 2 dam Iless... Sister to James Howell, Jr., by llamiltonian 10, sire of Dex ter J: 171. 3 dam Jessie Sayre.. ..by Harry Clay 45, feire of the dams of St. Julien 2:11 J, JJodine 2:111), ami 12 more Hint have produced '2:60 trotters; also . sire of the dam of Electioneer, sire of 50 in the 2:30 list. by Liberty son of Lance, hy American Eclipse. At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. 4 dam Walsingham 2100, sire of Naboth, is one of the youngest sons of George Wilkes lie 11 a sure foal (tetter ami a line breeder. I, tin retained on colt for season money, maret 51ff. record 2:22, wlnJ eired Harry Wilkes 2:13, Guy Wilkes 2:151, Mike Wilkes bred to another hone or trided oft" makes season Wilcox 2:10, and 02 others in 2:30 list; also 41 producing tons and 10 producing money due. daughters. W.S. WIOHAM, Notk. Naboth is n bay horse, 10 hands high, foaled June 28, 1SSS. His pedigree Moieland, Ky. contains the blood of Hambletonian, George Wilkes, Matnbrino Chief, Pilot, Jr., and liarry Clay. olO to insuro a living colt. SIKKD EUREKA. lit is a nice bay, 13 handt V inches hlch, four Will make the teaton ol iSat at "Maplet" the He saddles well, but has not been yeart old trained. He Is by Hutchinson Chlel, No. lisao, old home of Arthur Simtknd Wyandotte, hy Mcstenjer Chief. Hutchinson ChiePt first reproduce Cam to prevent accident, but nol Sentinel; ad to InSure. sponsible should any occur, Maret kept al rca dam by dam by Red dam by Aleiander'i Abdallah; jd Jacket. Mesteiifer Chief, i.nablt rales. by Abdallah 1'ilot; 1st dam by Mambnno Mes Leln retained en rolt for fee We will handle tioilert and laddlen at reasonscngcr, ad dam by Matnbrino Chief, 3d dam by 'J945- - wat tired by Director aervicerecord Directed' 1980. a'lyjt tit able rates. I'orluither particular! call on or ad lmp,Napobn. dam tatiny Wtlkci, by George Wllket 519, record SON. WM M. RUE ft df- eDenmark Chiefs dam wai sired by ai; id dim Kan (dam of KateSprague a:i8, Lil DanvllK Ky. Denmark, he by Goddard's Denmark, Sumpter tl, he by Snraue .7W. Ac ), by Lance, ten of Flyitiir Gaines A Cromwell's Denmark, he by the race Morgan; 3d dam Oueen. by General GilTord: 4th horse Denmark, he by Imp. iledceford. His ad dam Farny, byCnanceitar; 3th dam by American Kclipte. dim wai by On Time, jd dam by Red Lion. Duectellt is handt, i Inchet high; he It I ill alto Hand al same place my fine mule Jack magnificently built and tplendidly proportioned: deep through Ihe heart, ahort back. Inmr h,ir thort from knee to ground, ihort from hock down, fine loin, hip and itiful, nice mane and tail SlttntlMnl. Hreii by Clmrlei Dunn. Crow Ity Itubble'i Prince, the tireof Urisnoli atid Joe black, iplendtd eye, and intelligent countenance. llfackburn, . He It beyond any doubt a born trotUr. A ton of Slimi) HY ONWAltl) CIUKI'-iiMIhe great Director a, 17, the only horte that ever lued with a record at good aain; that baa sired Mrcof-1Onwnnl 1111, rccon! two with records better than 7 la Hut the power hi 230 list, nl.10 17 protliiciug bona nml 10 Maret parted with forfetU the insurance. tobegcleatreme ipced is the birth right ol Director, having sired Direct ,'p) 1.04, who has timtlucliig ilntifjlifcrH. L. D. GARNKR, won J1S.157.jo; Margaret S.,a:iit;, winniugt j; Crab Orchard, Ky. latilam Ijitly Mecngfr, bv Ilutchin-sou'- s Lvangeline ; yrt, a:n!i, who hat won Cliclf rjl20; t!l ilnui Kliw June, $S,o and Directum (j yrt) winning! $11.-6MorltL':7) jO.maklngatotilof J6o,t6r5 for the quar(damofMntiil Mrvoneor'J tette. Director ami hit get have won altogether hv Gentlt) Ilrwr.u :H50. Blrc of IVnrl '.'HO, Saddle Stallion. Hay horse, 15 hads high, 3 whito feet, heavy mane and;tait, style and action. Sired by Woodford Denmark. dam by King "William. 2 dam by Goddard's Sumpter Denmark. 3 dam a thoroughbred. $15 to Insure n living colt. 1 Q-:R,.AJD"- 2" ad dam by Goodwood, ton of Lexington, the founder ot tha threat family of race horses. E.urcKa, oy mai great snow tiaiuon, v.oieman 1 Eureka; aim by Jones Crockett by Scott' Crock ett. ion of Davy - rock e It. lllood Chett Jr, by Wood Cheif 7)i: ist dam Llzrie Gaueh.br Washington Denmark: id dam Old Jennie, by Robert Ilruce (thoroughbred). Coleman's Eureka, the grahdsire of Eureka Cheif, was by Young's Morgan dam by Ilotton &8 Eureka Cheif it n worthy representative ot a horse that founded as great a family of saddle bortes at any ttallion that ever made a teaton in Kentucky, vlt; Coleman'i Eureks. Coleman's Eureka wat never beaten in taddle and combined ringt, and ho Imparted to hit get size, color, style andtinuh. Euivta, though n young hone, bat won about 50 blua ribbons at Kentucky fairs. cuicku .liril U4B never UVII .UUlfU, W3 uu. broken to saddle until last year; but judging from his size, style, color and action, we predict for him the same success thtt hat attended his sire and grandtire in show ringt. Hit dam Mag, hy Hood Cheif Jr., wat a winner In all clastet and by a horte that neer tired a mean one. This horse it bred right ti lire horset that wilt command the attention of all Intelligent horsemen. He is good individual! and can thow for himielf In any com. Will make the season of 1893 nt Adam ence place, one mile irom Stanford, Ky., on tine Huttcntilleand Stanford pike, at t- Son of Coleman's Eureka. nt dam Mair by Ulood Chief Jr., ion of Blood Chief 791. $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. Silas M it Seal brown stallion, loj hands high, foaled WILKES, 1885; bred by George SANQIDGE& HUSTON. Stanford Ky. Kit-Huston Sandidci:. W. Carico, Terra ONWARD MESSENGER. S1HED 1JY RED WILKES 1749. 1 dam Nellie D Haute, Ind. PRINCE, JR., j i'lo, At $8 to Insure. $o,-ijt.a- by Bolt. 2 dam Lucy by Copperbottom. Red Wilkes 1749 (sire of Red Belle 2:11. Prince Wilkes 2:143, Allie Wilkes 2:15, Phil Thompson 2:101, nnd 83 others In 2:30, eleven in 2:20; 23 in 1891) by George ilkes orJ; 1 dam tjuccn Uulo by JUuinlirmo (Jluef 11, etc. Bolt, by Alexandcrs's Abdallah 15 (sire of Almont, Belmont, etc) 1 dam by Grey Eagle. Grady Wilkes is by one of tho greatest living sires, is kind and gentle and has frequently shown a 2:30 gait. Will make the season at 315 to insuie n living colt. JEB nest :: STUART. Out-Crn- lj, n!, 37 (5irl L'37. bv AUlnllah 15. flro of Almoin, !!cliiioiit,&c.;-Ui- i ilnmby KodJackct, clro of tbe Utttn of Kfiitucky Wilkes li'JlJ. nml grnmlnm or Mntlison Wilkes 'J'-'-SJ IUtl Wilkw, So So 2 17J, 1.5iio Wilkea Ac; 3d tliuu KStlv Uivi'rn. tlnm of Ilcrtlc SEASON OF 1893. 'M.7J-7- - T. A. ELKI.N Saddle Stallion. By Silver King nnd out of a Gray Eagle mare. He is a handsome dark gray and a tine show horse. Will stand ut $10 to insuro a living colt. Lancaster, Ky. I also have that will stand at 110 to Insure. Fino Stable two miles south of Hustonville on Moreland and Carpenter's Station pike. Four Jacks I.ady Stout a aa, lllack Diamond 399 and five producing torn and three producing- daughteri. By Mark Time, ad dam Cora, by Daniel Webster. In color, sire, style, finish and especially in hit legt and feet he is the counterpart of tho old horse and like hit sire, he imparts hit superb finish to his coltt. Jeb Stuart is a full brother to Mambrino Time, that, age considered, It the greatest brood mare tire yet before the public, hit daughteri having already produced 15 Irom 2 i6 to a ag;. and the oldeit but eight yeart old. Jeb Stuart will make the teason of 1893 at Mill. 4 miles north of Stanford, on Dix River, at 120 tho Season, or Dud-dera- Jeb Stuart, sire of Kittv Patchen 2 ait, Dark 330,1s a black horte, il and t$ handt high, sired by Mambrino I'atchen, 58) First dam Pusi Prill, dam of Lottie Prall a iVi, LEXINGTON DENMARK, 3 J. K. BATJGHMAN, Hustonville, Ky. $30 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when colt comet or mare told or bred to another horse. For further Inlormation address S. K. DUDDERAR & BRO., 1 Gilberts Creek, Ky. Riy liorec, heavy innne nml tail, wjth The Combined Stallion at nire, ntvlu mill flnUlt. ami a Llyiug Colt. miiiio of the best trotting fitiiiilies In the it ureal stock whole country. Should make bor-- ?. Will timko n ht)rt aciison nt our mile-- ) west of Stanford, at Mnble 'J $5 to Insure EMPEROR 27. Colts, nml (filXDo SENTINEL 21479 rrpi ;d BICTATOM STAXDAIU). Wack Stallion; Foaled in 1851; 151 The Magnificently lired Saddle Stallion, $12.D0 to Insure a Maro in Foal. The Standard and KogiMrretl Jennet Jack At (.nine place a at LARGE MUIJE JACK, At $10 lllillMMU SI6 for Mulo ami Jennet S25 for Jncks, Same Terms. call on 7 hands high. I'or Full Duneriptou and Extended Fed-ire- e J. V A.8.T. IIAltKIS. Stanford, Ky. or adtlruets, I. S. TEVIS, (Xoar) Shelby City, Ky. Wedg-ewoo- d ig)M 436. GILT EDGE 261. Registered This fine saddle lUllUm will make the teuton n! at my stable one mile west of McConnacks Chuichonthc Knob Lick, Milarmacli t'hurch and l'urnertville turnpike road, Lincoln Co., Ky, at S3 tho Seansa, or S10 Old Twyman mare, (untraced). 4 dam Money due when colt stands and nn fancy saddle itallioti will make the trison mare parted wllhnr bred to anothertiphoitp. tucks, George Dictator will make the season of 1S93 at SI 5 to insuro a living colt. Colli lUndinx cooil until teaton money It paia, ol 1B01 al our ttabln Ji mile from MilledKeville, ... r Grass furnished at ipcr month. Not responsi. .:.. :f . !.. .ii.iiiviu n.ifii. maret parti-i- with ior removed from Co.. loilclts Liniuui vuiiiill . l".. , uu it... c.KiA..i -- iiu ...11 Ditcrlplion and I'edigice. leilgevitle pike Owmj t scarcity of money, ble foraccldentt thould any occur. inturance money He it a dark bay 11W handt high, hiMvy ..uiie we will sUlid nun GEORGE E.ALKORD, and tail, vary tmooihe, even turned hone uli McKlnney, Ky, lllack stallion, nearly 10 hands high; foaled 18S0; bred by Geotge F. Keene, Shelby- 9 all the lancy taiiaie Rant wnicn ne innso.iw , . 1.1 At $15 to Insu i iwuig- Oolt. I great uniformity. He wassired by Seco ta ville, Ky. um by Old Stonewall Jackson. 1 t Insuro Celt Fcur Moatha Old. t: a Llrl . Sly Second Jewel 48. RECORD 113. Which wat made with but little handling. Eyo See 2:10, Phallas Director 2:17 and. 3S others in the 2:30 Sire of Jay Sentinel t i;9 was tired by Almont Sentinel, by Sentinel, ho by llambletmiian 10. list, and grand siro of Direct 2:00, Nancy Hanks 2:01, Loekhart 2: 14 J, and 33 others ist dan. by Sliakctpeare dam by Long't llamin the 2:30 list. Dictator by Hambletonian (sire of Electioneer, George Wilkes, Dexiltonian; id dam a thoroughbred. Sentinel n7g It a beautiful dark bav, 16 hnndt ter, etc.) dam Clarn!(ilamaf Dexter 2:17, Alma 2:23 J and Astoria 2:20i) by Amerihigh, heavy tcatie nnd tail and pronounced by can Star 11 (sire of tho dams of Guy 2:12, Ilobert McGregor 2:17$, etc.) competent judct lo be the haudtouetl horte in Kentucky 1 dam Amck. . . .by Almont 33, record 2:399, bv Abdallah 15 (sire of Goldsmith Maid In telecting a ttallion I endeavored lo net "e 2:14, Tiiul JJehnont, siro of Nutwood 2:lSi) dam by Mambrino with a gentle disposition, combined with aire, form, fine t.juire trolling action, speed and Chief 11, out of a daiurhler of Pilot. Jr (sire of the dam. of as well as pedigree. Asa tire I am merit Maud S. 2:0SJ). Almont sired 50,iu the 2:30 list. satisfied that hit tuccett it assured, at hehai some very promising that am tute will 2 dam by Norman 25 (sire of Lula 2;14J, May Queen 2:20, of tho dams of go in the jo ll.t this year. Two of them were told at the Lexington salet this year and brought Nerval 2:17$, Fanny Robinson 2:20", Norman Medium 2:20, etc.) gom! prices. by Morse Horse 0; 1st dam Slocum mare, by Magnum Iiontim. Sentinel iito will make tho season ol iSqiat my stable alMcKluney, Young Twymau mare, by Cocur do Leon (Ilevis). 3 dam -incli-sldti1 Sired by Dictator Will make the present season at the stable of hit owner, two miles west of Stanford, on the Shelby City pike, at the low price of EAGLE BIRD $15 to Insure a Living Colt, $15. Eagle Ilird It a dark brown, full 16 hands. He a fine mauc and tall, with as much ttyle and At a unilorm action at any horse in Kentucky breeder of high styled, high finished, fine colored colts he 11 not surpassed by any horse within our knowledge. He wat tired by the giett King Eagle, (winner of note than 40 premiums. First dam by bur Eagle, (best son of Cabbell't Lexington.) d dam by Hamlet Denmark, (ton of Washington Denmark ) 3d dam by Harris' Denmark, (son of Miller's Denmark. Kui Eagle was never beaten In the model ring by horse, mare or gelding. Sired by lllack Eagle, sire of lllack Squirrel 1st dam (the dam of Mark Diamond and Monte Chritto) by lllack William. Care will be taken to present accidents, but not responsible thould any occur. Parting with mare positively forfeits insurance. Grass furnished at $1 per mouth hat At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. LIE GrttJi.JSnD 746. Will also stand a good Mule Jack At S 3 to insure. - B. P. "WOODS, Stanford, Ky. 48. he by ewel Denmark (Cunmtiiham old Washington Denmark 64 7, I. oy it dam Llllio Denmark tired by old Stonewall Jackson ;j, be by old Washington a Denwat mark 64, dam Cruttader Ac. ad Ja tired by Rllfe'a Glencne. he by I . Jiencoe y tho 3d dam wat 1.. a thoroughbred. dam 111. great old Tom Hal and out of a Coppeit e RcaliiluK the great demand for n tint i.an taken great paint tc crott this ttallion have hmui and I reanectfullv Invite the uisnection and mtronieaof everv one wuliinif to bred to a horse (..Innsinir to the moot nonuiar and fashionable bred limUles of hit class, at he crottet back to the acknowlcdKcd foundation saddle strains. Maret kept any way on liberal term, but not retpont ible for any accidetitt thould any occur. tad-di1 SILVER TIP 169. pike, IS) hands high. by Drcnnon. 2 dam MAUDa Nutwood and half brotner to and juy By SUMPTER DENMARK, JR.; he by Godby Highlander. Moquetle a:io; cnampion 3 dam dard's Denmark, he by Gaines & Cromwell's Dentuition tecord ) and the tireol thcUarac' Hellvara, show horse, having never been beaten in a mark, he by the raco horse Denmark, he by Imp. -- u Grand has been a very successful inc uamiot mreeotn ti w tiiiecorU-o- f a iq, 3:14' and a igWJ all made in iSca Hedgcford. bhow ring. Is perfectly kind and gentle and is a No. 1 breeder. move Ernctton I.. It a valid bl'ck n naaUs.i -- .. anil Fannie Wallace, No 36, by Sir Wallace, 1 dam e as sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunning-liam'- a weight ioo lbt.,.iud Is attnlliontn.it r ccm.i he by I'odhutiter's Sir Wallace, he by Will stand at O to insure a living colt. I also have jewel, he tiy oK. .isnington Denmark l ici himself. Uy hirtction 133, Ihcctnmclor Sir Albert (thoroughbred.) of hit dav. 1st dam by liodnc His first dam Minnie i.y i.lcDonald'a lljlcorn. Id 11 It, by Vlrginlut (dam of VIrginius byTran- hcc&nd dam by Weilt v.rusader, bit itt dam by rireot Pilot Jr., tireol theili 1 3 dam Maiul... ,iy. J.M.CARTKRJR., by, (thoroughbred) he by Mason's Stonewall Jackson, he oy tVathington Denmark, and Nutwood. Hit c Shelby City Ky he by lllack Denmark, lilt tit dam by Crusader kind, good tire, tine ttylc, havin; lit iie tuutaily wnip. mare. of the test the country can afford. picuuceU some Which I will stand at tho satno place and time at to insure a living colt. he by Old Whip, ad dam a Rocky Mounta li a Whip Marc. 3 dam They are ood roadsters and the ocst ot family Will past uro mares at $'2, but not responsible for accidents. $15 the horses, ami it handled would make good racers. MADISON SANDIDGE&; SON, M. S. BAUOHMAN, Will make the teaton at rar .table aU miles from , Mlllcdgesille Ky. HtistonvilloOn the Huttonville and Liberty road, Stanford.Ky. 3 sELONUt-CuShSTO ui It con c or tnare art-due when tn witn. Mates grazed t led at ic.ucnable pnect. icspontlblefor acciditilt thould any occur. Not Gilt Kdge is a Unit lul red scriel, llaay mane and tail, it handt - nchct high wat toaled Sept 6, iS$6, and it a perlcct taddle hcrsr. yrar-onml tcolt Gilt Kdge wat showed at a tho sweepstake premium at kirksvillc nnri Dan Thoat villeand In his own ritig at llarroltourg who want lo hteed to a good taddle ttallion are cordl.t .) u:Uci to look at our horte and tec hnn .Ir t-- EKRICSSON JR. nve-Se- Sirod by Mambrino Lo Qrand09, (son of Washington Denmark.) 1 dam Wack Silk by Yellow Jacket 112. WALLACE DENHAEX 65. e c-- ur $ 1 Eye-Se- e, Tlireo Good Jaoks, $10 Insurance This handsome taddle ttallion will make the season of iSoj at the stable of lleailoy llros., one mile west ol Stanford on the Iluslonvil.r turn- EEID IE At $10 to Insure a M ue in Foal. A-Q-IjE, LEXEL 262. Mares bred and traded or bren eltunhere render teaton due. I.cln retained on coll until tenon is paid. Pasture risk. 9 $1. STANDARD. Eoaled Mayao, iS3o. III00J bay, black legt, heavy mano and tall, 16 handt high. Sired by the world renowned Red Squirrel, the greatest saddle stallion on earth. The winner of thrco priiet at St. Louis, Mo., fair, aa the best taddto ttallion any age. Premium $75. Second m tho Iiett taddle ttallion, mare or gelding any age; premium $150 Third at the beat model utility ttallion, mare or gelding any age; premium $150. A nicceit not achieved by any other ttallion on earth before or since, living or dead. Red Squirrel tired bv lilack Squirrel, by lllack liaglt Ac. Red Kagle'a dam, Rowena Webb Russell 744, by Kunk'a Sumpter Deuuiork, wat never defeated in a walking ring by ttallion, mare or gelding. Red Kagle will be permitted to serve jo mare, jo por month, all maret at owners At $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. Money due when colt it foaled or mart) parted, with, moved out ol the county or bred to auother horte, I'atturage furnished maret from a distance at Ja per month. Due care will he taken lo prevent accidenti and eacapet, but In no event will we be retpontlbte lor either. Pedigree: SUverTip wat tired by SINer King, he by On Time, he bv Stonewall Jackson. of by Oliver, ton Firtt dam by SkedaJdle, Mob. lecond data by Red King'a dam wai Motile Mounce, tired by Silver lllack Cabbell'i Lexington, ton of Ulood a Taylor'iHawk, Mea ad dam by Youug America, ion of eager. Skedaddle1! lit dam by Medoc, ad dam jd dam Aratui. Deacrlptlon:-Silv- er Tip wai foaled May 5. i838, high, finv. mane it i beautiful red bay, is) to handt perfection. Wo claim and tail, which he carriei haa more natural 77. ihi. vnunir ttallion that he ,W'. I K.S. POWELL. Hustonville, Ky ON : TIME, : JR, at Will make the season of 1S9J at my stable Rowland At $8 to insurs a Living lie It a dark bay, 16 Colt. ".L. ...I the fanctetl urea tauuic :. rimrtlll? .1 . ...l.ll Living Oolt. $15 vefni backed up on bolh tidet by thoroughWdt. aaJdle ouaTlt.ei. he atalllon-In addition to liatabold. open trot, which eminently recora. The cheapest foe of any ttallion in the Stale, orhlghclas. combined horia ci We can readily recommend him ai and fine breeding; coniidered. hit be hit third teaaou breeder, Mini, will Personal attention to stock at owner's risk. will compare favorably with the get of auy E. D. KENNEDY, in the country. hone Hustonville, Ky: W. H. HAYS a .....-..,.K1wm1 .. At to Insure a BHASLEY BROS. bands high, foaled In tSSS. He is a fine saddle horse, with fine style and action and good mane and tail. He was sired by Hubble's On Time, he by old Stonewall Jackson, lie by Washington Denmark, he by Gaines' Denmark, he by Imp, Hedgcford. n ist dam hy Kin? William, the noted laddla ; ad dam by Whip: 3d dam by old Telegraph, a great producer of saddle horses. Oil Time, Jr , bred from all good famillei of taddle hortet in Kentucky, will undoubtedly produce good taddle horses. Will alio itand a young jack at tame place aud tame price. A Hen will be held on all colli till teaton is paid. For further Information, call on or address W. II. DUDDERAR, Rowland Ky. ttal-Ho- years old; 16 hands high. Ity WALLACE DENMARK 35; (tee pedigree of Wallace Denmark 55.) Mag 37, by Vldette, by Vlndex. he by 1 dam Jllood't Black Hawk, he by Old lllack Hawk. Vldette't 1st dam by Whip, ad dam Gallatin, 3d dam Old Tiger. Combined bay ttallion, iC.bandt high; both bind ankles white. tst dam by Mambrino Chief 11, 2d dam by Old Bay Mctsenger, 3d dam A.TlDA.r.Li.A.H by Cannon't Whip. by Davy Crocket, ton of Denny's Drenoon, by Imp. dam the Wm. I.utk saddle mare r Wallace, he by 3 dam Julia Wallace, b Drcnnon. the bett taddle mare eycr in Garrard Co. Todhuuter't Si. vVauace, he by Sir by Highlander. a dam Albert, (thoroughbred.) Abdallah Messenger (sire ot English Hunter) is by Messenger Chiel (sire of Maud Messenger 1 16JX 3 dam..... by Virglniut, he by Mason's Whip. a Whip mare. Jake a 13, and 7 others better than 130). itt dam Suiie (by Sentinel 2,a), in 1871, tire ol Von Amin 4 dam ad dam Kittv Rivera g. d. ol a V)i and 7 otheri belter than a 30, and lull brother to Volunteer) $15 Dy Aicxunuer s iiouauan siru 01 vuiutimui uiam a 14 ana mc mosi prvpoieai Aiauil jsiettengera 1041 son ofR)sdyk's Ham ID. letonian ) by Red Jacket, (sire of the dam of Kentucky Wilkes TOM 3 dam,, aat and of the g. d.of Red Wilket) by .Comet Sonof Wallace Denmark; itt dam by Miller'i a son of Sherman Morgan, tire of Vermont'! lllack Hawk, founder of the Morgan lamlly, Denmark, he by the race horte Denmark; hit dam Fiords!, ad dam by Montgomery1! Oliver, 3d dam the greatcit family of roadster in the world. by Old Dreunon. Tom it a fine thaped horte, I wilt ttind Enelish Hunter the seaton ol iSat at my stable 3 milci from Shelbv City, on the Knob black with heavy man and tail, hands high; Lick and Turnersville pike, at $8 to insures living colt Money due when colt is loaled or mare Is a natural saddler and will warranti him a saddle parted with. I will also stand tbe excellent young Jack, breeder. $8 tbe Insurance. Stock committed to my care and breeding will receive my personal attention. Grass furnished at reasonable rates, to be paid before removal of stock. No responsibility far accidents or escapes. Three years old, 16 hands high, with white points, heavy bone good style and estra !cogth. ISired by Parting with slock forfeits Insurance. the champion jack, Tom Kcent, by Rube Ilillington, he by Clark's Mammoth, he by Wight's MamI have a nice track and stable in connection with moth, he by Marlngo Mammoth. Tom Keene's dam by Col. Epsom, he by Epsom's Montgomery, by Bearley, a fancy taddle Mr. Cole s Montgomery, Dyuia uiacic aaiupson. 10m r.ccne a secomi cam uy oioeui, Dy toiupromite, oy my business.is with Royand we are prepared to me han horn man, Tinn.ciJiot) by lilack iiawic, oy imp. warrior uov. St. jonn 1 aara uony wooas !. 1A.II..I.. UJ. UT . UIIT rior, her dam an Imported jennet. The above finely bred young jack, whote blood linei trace twice to die horses, both lor taddle and harness, satisfactorily to our patrons, the great Warrior family and to the noted Black Hawk, the greatest of the Warrior family, with an infusion of fresh Imported blood close up, should prove a great breeder, There will alto be some of his J. STEELE CARPENTER, last year' get In the neighborhood to thow for themselves. Will stand at 310 to insure a living colt HnstoDvllle, Ky. 5 topproved wares and $ij torj enuett, without distinction as to sex of progeny. 4 Vin-dex' BY MES9ENGEE. the Insurance SOBINSOIT. B. P. POWHLL. ,,.. li: Tfl(W wjpx ' K . h ' .' l r--t t IL trRT DANVILLE. Two persons have been lynched in Indiana this week and tho IIooMur State is -- Onurterlv tnrctin? will bo held nt y north of the Ohio river, too. The goody-goodthe Walnut street Methodist church Yankee papers used to say that Sunday. 1893 Stanford, Ky., - - May 19, such outragt-- occurred only in the License for the marriage of Mies LiSouth, but it seems that even tho ly Best, of Junction City, aud Mr. Hugh civilized Northern people proceed to cor- Vanarsdall, of Mercer county, was issued WALTON. rect things themselves in an uulawlul by tho coun'yjclerk Tuesday ovenlng. manner whon they get so bad that legal son of Mr. H. Arthur, tho 3 year-olTo restraints go for naught. Wo may be a died Wednesday evening of in the South, but W. French, we to little more e while very ill nature is th Bnmo everywhere, croup, which attacked him human we of mumps'and roseola. aud when people think that certain come. by to be A bright little boy 2:1 mnntlis old, a crimes need summary punishment, they act, who is employThb Geary Chinese exclusion usually take tho matter in their own son of Mr. E. J. Meeks, ed at tho Singer sowing machine office, which the Supreme Court has just pro- hands, without regard to locality. died Tuesday evening of tubercular men- constitutional, ie Riving the nounced Btatcamen much trouble and the general Tk directors of the World's Fair are engitin. buildings ou son ol .Mrs. Jiiiaa Roy, a 0 year-olin, to use a classic expression, determined to open tho opinion on more Sundays and if they will return the $5, Lntimer. of rarksville, fell about 7 foet our government has bitten that than it can masticate. The law provides 000,000 loaned by thegovernmont as they and fractured his skull a few days ago. that all the Chinese in this country, who have resolved, it is to be hoped they will It is thought he will recover, though lie , nvvt guurvio cace wish to remain, must register by n cer- succeed. The question is to be submit- is very ill. 7 John RoBards is now solo proprietain day this month, now passed, and be ted to the National commission for ita 'We almond-eye- d obtained, the tor of the Fourth street livery stable, concurrence and if it is photographed. Of the 110,000 heathens "in our midBt," only buildings will be opened on the first day having bought tho interest ol A. I. about 2,000 complied with the law and of the week, commonly called Sunday, Uutchings at Special Commissioners. ii. now the question arises, what is going to but with the machinery stopped and McDowell's salo Monday. Mrs. Win. Silliman and children are be done with the other 114,000? The with religious services on tho grounds visiting Mrs. Eliza Coomer, at Blooming-tolaw says that unless they register they and sacred music in the choral halls. 111. Mr. N. H. Woodcock and famshall be subject to a fiue and imprisonProf. Koch seems to be as much of a ily have gono to housekeeping in the We which they aro ment for one year, after ice he is in the med 4th street lately occupied from the country. There fraud in private life as brick house on to be deported ical world. After getting all the notori by E. W. Lillard. are not enough jails in the United States ety ho could out of his alleged consumpCity Judge Alex Anderson has been to bold them, no appropriation for their -:-:would take tion euro and having fallen into innocu holding quarterly court this week, besupport if there were, and it whereas only ous desuetude, he again emerged from cause of Judge McFerran's illness. The $6,000,000 to deport them, obscurity aa defendant m a divorce Pint, fellows who win cises are highly de$16,000 are available. In the meantime, his wife readily secured. Now he lighted with his rulings and decisions, the threats are coming across the sea which ow is getting himself talked about by his at- while those who lose aro corresponding- JVever so week from localities in China that if any opPn-il 7 J 4n pwv nil o n-- nii.i' 7T K7n.fi . 7"11,C rint tentions to an actress, whom, it is Baid, ly dissatisfied. pressive measures are resorted to with L'y"'oy shortly to marry. The doctor seems " Mr. and Mrs. Hf S. Ervay and their 11. i cti.it. c Vij Sri tli.n.t. imil. o.n.ii? ifin v. their countrymen, they will retaliate by he is e. IntmhtPr. Mrs. H. L. Fagin, of Colorado 0c, killing every American missionary and to be a b. J?ic9. less Thursday on begins to look other residents there. It at least in Ken- Springs, Col., were in town There is one editor see. 7?c. Come like the United States are (we believe tucky, who appreciates the Intkbior their way to Lincoln county, to visu that the Supreme Court has decided Journal, and he is the genius who pre atives. Mrs. Ervay was formerly .nies that wo must use the plural verb) in the sides over the Shelbyvillo News. lie Hickman and was born on tho tarm in middle of a very bad fix, occupying, as uses its editorials intact for its own, lor-- Lincoln owned by R. L. White. Evan Burton, an old man who lives it were, that narrow strip of land be- getting, of course, in the rush of busi deep blue sea. "Persimmon Orchard" in ttie tween the devil and the ness, to append the nsual credit, it, is near the ' larger than Chili and Commissioner Lothren says that he knnlM. came to town "Wednesday and China is somewhat all right, however. Wo are always glad young will appoint all democrats on the pen-- 1 much better prepared to prosecute the to help our frieuds, even if they do not complained that Leo Blevins, a j war which may result from this compli- care to acknowledge the assistance ren- white man, had drawn a pisioi ou mm sion examining boards. The Advocate saya Prewitt ft Wood , and outrageously abused him Tuesday. cation of aflairs. dered. shipped a car load of hog to Cincinnati A warrant was issued lor tsievms. Washington relntes A dispatch from formerly pastor Wednesday, which cost (ij. Legislature meauB Is order to see if the -- Elder Win. Stanley, that after Mr. Cleveland had apparently business with regard to moving tho State of tho Christian church here, has con The Confederate bazar lately held SID.OOO, $000 determined to give the Berlin consulate capital, Senator Breckinridge has offered an address at the cem- at Richmond, Va . rl-- ml His entire interest in the sented to deliver Kentucky ta to Editor Myrick some enemy sent the a joint resolution that it is the sense of day. Elder Stanley of which was made at the etery decoration president a copy of his paper, in which the body that tho capital shall be re ble. . was a Confederate soldier arm nan iuii man of destiSeven men were killed and one wiis before the nomination the moved and will demand an immediate since gotten over tho auunoaities oi tne injured by the exnlosion of the genera ny bad been referred to as a mug- vote on it. The agitators will now have war. Another Bpeiuer, not yei a republican' on all ques to vote up or shut up nnd let us have a civil tor nt tho Charles U rope uiurow wump and who was in the United States except the tariff. So whon rest on the question, which has .become Works, at Geneva, III. tions army, will also bo present. Tho rich llrookdalo Handicap, at Speaker Crisp, who wa acting as god- very tiresome. At an enthusiastic meeting of to learn GruveiHMid, was won by the 4 year-ol- d father for the editor, called Boyle county citizens at the Aud- would be male differen colt, Charade, who beat Judge Morrow, whether the appointment Arbitration has settled ttie H.hmisa Monday evening it was re- - Pickpocket and others. Mr. Cleveland quietly informed him that ces between the Memphis newspaper solved to offer $250,000 cash and as much Col. Jack Chlnn has begun hiiit for his man was persona non grata to him aa men. Carmack and Collier. They ought land as is necessary for public itulldingp, $7,nS0 against the Kwt St. Louis Jockey one would be who alludes to hiui in to have thought of that before they made any loto the State of Kentucky if she will Ciiib for breach of contract in didiuUsing such assets of themselves. that way. This leaves Brer. Henry Capital here. If given an op- - him from liio position m Mnrter last Decate tho Brer. Fox, in the cold and leaves T,... 1 n.u..i11. J'nmmori'ul'H ColllIU- - rnrnnitv the neOllll' Will BtirelV VOt ItlU cember. w ."" .u J 111b KVUia.ll'" of the Junction City Times, to continue valua- - money, give the land and do everything with no prospect of eat- bian edition of 21 pages is a very out in the wet, i,l nililition m thu history of Louisville p!s npcessiry to secure the prize r.tin.rm utui I.lwMocV Mrn. Itr'nl. ing pie at the democratic feast. Don't Mrs. Richard Cox, who lives near Frnid: IVniiell, omof the. t known a highly creditable issuo in every you wish you hud have lietened to us and Brumfield, this county, gave birth to a farmers in Middlmx rnnnt v, N. J., died blow-eway. last year, Brer. Fox, and not have of locl.j.iw. child six weeks ago and had recovered yesterday at Franklin your bazoo sojpainfully out of tune Thk whisky trust has reduced the price an 1 was going about, when two weeks AIhui' a wtik m' hu hibnM nwlunl with the times and conditions? of the article one cent a gallon. Let tho ninrnnhe became suddenly and totally bvnrd, which lodged in his thioat and 7 iimrti untMHc.n. Kllurts of ph prohibitionists be thankful even for small blind. Charitable neighbors sent her to 111" lioard wen' fi nit suit for breach of siriswjs to tviiwve It is rare that al extended the firm of Higgins favors. Louisville to Dr. Cheatham, the eye spe- le.v.but the limn might hint, got wi-l- li.nl And ask a continuance of the patronage promise of marringe is brought and won with itli a tin" & VanArsdale. and will make it to the interest of others to trade cialist, who after thorough examination he not had tin exjwripm NEWSY NOTES. after tbo death of the woman in the case been transferred to me and I will I fer me. The books and accounts have HolM"iu bull on FriHy. says her los.s of sight is permanent. l.nt a inrv in Nicholas county has just l Iwn nlvays Wn re,nr ," continue the latter with all who desire. W. H. Pticb. of Ohio, has been tip- - husband is a blind man and is often seen of Gertrude awarded the administrator Friday h Mi. I of customs. aClothing, Hoots and Shoes will be sold regardless of cost to close playing the vioiin on passenger trains as taiiir, but on 40 Schwartz 55.000 of the f 10,000 claimed pointed commissioner on Ids pi . was leming llif Brumfield. was convicted at Arthur Poor from Junction City to against Charles W. Ball. The case was tin riti.il dp out stock. coiiMious lie of raping his blind and cripfnrtiiiN-hiiid- . will be learned with general Mr l,,,i' like this: Charley and Gertrude grew It pnwichwf tin' bull pled sister and let off with 10 years in the J-ina-lt- i up from childhood together and were for the fence as fast na jk- that Rev. A. J. Brady, for 15 years bull wti.. nearlj ujm linn wJ. u as sweethearts, deetinwl same penitentiary. past rector of the Catholic church here, U of the fence Aa each shot from the Krupp gun at will in a few days leave Danville, having whs within u few doy to marry. But Ball proved a villain noise of a tlnmixHl down, lioiiiiiir tho enrag.l :tni and Gertrude demonstrated the folly of Chicago will cost $1,200, the by his bishop been assigned St. Cecelius -- WE SKLL rush by him. The bull di.. loving not wisely but too well. Last discharge will not reverberate through church, LouiBville. During his residence inul wouldjuxt Mopping on his right nrui pass him, January, without having become n wife, the buildings often. here Father Brady has endeared himself up nnd nt templed jtunM-Warner Briscoe and Fred Stein were not onlv to the peoplo of his own faith Then IVniiell to twins. Ball she died in giving birth to gain the fence. The bvtiMt turned "ii spurned all propositions to make any drowned at Louisville by the upsetting but to citizens of all classes, by his up- hiin. and one of his horns was juiiiu.'-succeedBort of reparation and the girl's adminis- of their boat. John Feland, Jr.. right, Christian life and his gentle, un- into the iiuin'b nerk. Thu animal then MOUNTAIN Mr brought suit with the result as ed in swimming ashore. trator varying courtesv to every one. There niched off hi nin.tl.i r direction. his Sam Jones' stay in Owensbo-r- o was not a dry eye in St. Paul's Sunday Penuell win able to ntitpger to the lion During stated. The defendant should thank one of tho saloons advertised to give morning when he bade his congregation where the Mghl of the terrible wiuiid u: stars that he'gotoffso easily. A coat of egg and a photograph good bye and a,sked them to remember his neck and u pale face cr.iid lib" tar and feathers and a loug term in the "One wife to faint. Toe four young children penitentiary ought to b tho certrin pen- of Sam Jones with every driuk." I'l.-- . him in their prayers It is not yet known ran screaming fn-ithe hon-W-A-TIEIR, of the ion. John Turley, the murderer successor will be. of that: meanest of alty who his that despite tb woui.d iti.d chins Mississippi railroad conductor, Ohio it Mitchell Gunn, an old colored man, by the- I ill they miht have s.;ue.l Mr. Canary and Mocking IHrd Cages, Hanging, ltohkcts, Flower, Crocks. Lew Price, was taken from the jail at ailment in his died suddenly at tho homo of his son, Pome llrtlifo but for the be.ird. Lock- New stock of Genuine Carbolic Sheep Dip. 1'rices reasonable. Thk women who advocate short skirts Bedford, Ind., and hanged to a tree. throat cam-e- by the wheat Henry Gunn, in this place Tuesday eve1m dad in convention at Chinnd jaw h t in Theodore Thomas, who secniB to and no corsets aro in ning. He was buried Wednesday in the terrible onj -- New i ork Sun. cago and are having a monkey and par- have outgrown his pantaloons, has been is known colored burying ground at what rot time. Those who practice what they bounced from the directorship of music of Danville. Meaiixto'wn, north-eapreach and wear hkiits which fail to at the World's Fair by a vote of .'IS to 21). as was born on the farm "Uncle Mitch" come to the ground by 18 inches and The decision of the Suprpme Court and in earjy life bag of wool with- in the "hat trimmings case" involves where ho was buried look otherwise like a of Major Jack Meaux, an old which will was a slave To th ERicacy out the Btring'.tied in tho middle, do not from 59,000,000 to the owner of many slaves picturefquo appearance, have to bd refunded by the govern- bachelor and ol tho present a very when ho died and much land, and who though they are the cynosure of all eyea ment. willed his land to freed his slaves and and the street gamins follow them around The Supreme Court of thu United timo of his Swift's may do States affirmed tbo constitutionality of them. Uncle Mitch at the like a band wugou. Short ekirts owned some of this land, death still I Jm eome cases, Pauline the Geary Chinese exclusion and rJi BSrCTLF well enough in Specific. which will now go Ii'ib children. Markham'fi, for instance, before the broke act, but the Chinese moved for a "f Thn nlit tlmn tlmtilo annual meeting of thu Ken 8th remedy (rum thoOconjU one, but thu average female form is not hearing. Medical Association U'nmtM mil flrldj lias eo divinely appearing when unaRoade, Jr., of Massachusetts tuck near -S- amuel Ifronofjrtli tollio lint pole. necessary and Gov. RugseH'8 pri vate secretary, has beu was held at the Gilcher House ' ustonUlilnit tho ikcr.llril ami dorned by tho other very I confounding ttio tlicorlo of Wednesday. Hu- John V . becoming article. Mhnantrhn ttpnpllft AnlfW fn till! appointed chief of the stationery divis-'io- and I phyilclan'i skill. Thcrn visitors and Dr. O. P. no M "i! welcomed thu of the treasury in placo of Sturte- "taint ichlf-- I tilrwx tint Immediately responded in YniTNo counlea and othera, who hav outwardly slt'orlx-- or tto howl Meredith, of Eminence, eradicate, lfclions WE 1IAVK KORSALK- vant, whoso removal caused such a wnsj.eld rciult of tIIo dlsrucs from within all yk-- In thli had their bond opinion cemented by an among tho reformers. their behnlf. An open session rvmwly. It ii an umxiuulcl evening, w hen, after prayer by potrut but simple iOnlc.bulldsUpthooMandfeeblc,curealldlsca.-heir or heiress and who are thinking of Frank Almy, the fiend who unorder- Tuesday M. Dills will learn with nrUlntc from Impure blood or weakened vitality. F.Hubbard, President going to the World's Fair, Uvai for a treatUe. lUamtne tbo proof. ed Christie Warden at Hanover, N. II., Rov.O. delight that a buildinglmsjustbeen delivered the annual address. Papore July 17, IS01, because sho would not The simplest binder made. Books on " Blood and Skin Diseases " mailed frue. in which for 50 cents each aud up- marry him, has at last paid tho penalty on "Women and Medicine," by Julia JtrugffUC Sell It. wards, according to attention, they can with his life. The execution was a bung- WaBhburn, Lexingtoii; Homeopathy aud SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. have their babies checked, while they ling job. Tho rope was so lone it allow- State Institutions, by A. Lcight Monroe, Drawer S, Atlanta, Gt, will be much, Homeopathy, Its Histo T.,iuwiii nnd take in the Bights. This ed tho victim's feet to touch the floor and of Or two horse binder. Deering Mower and Deering Hinder Twine. cheaper than taking a nurse, even if tho he was slowly strangled to death. ry and Claims, by Prof. T. M.Stewart, The officers for Call on us for a beautifully illustrated catalogue, "Triumphs of the that there is no reread. Btatement is added Four life savers were drowned in Cincinnati, were year are: President, Henry job lots. 19th Century," describing Chicago, the World's Fair, and the big duction for the lake at Cleveland Wednesday while ii. ..nsuini? It will be to Wc have oiftied a lluichcr Shop in tho Dr. Deering works; also a lot of neat memorandum books. M. D., Danville; attempting to rescue two men who had M. Marsh, HocLur luiuseort Dcpft St., nnd .ll Lcvp slay The General Assembly will not Washburn. M. D., Lexingthe intcrcstfof every farmer who needs machines to see us before buy Julia At ' June 10 or any other time till tho been swept out into the lake. five men ton; secretary, Allison A. Clokoy, M. D on hand ing elsewhere. Wc will always be found at the office of the Stanford a dredge capsized and The Senate T. Bryan, M. D., All Kinds act of limitation applies. Frosh Moats. Roller Mills. Louisville; treasurer, J. adwere drowned. At Ashtabula tho schoonto adopt the resolution for au Shelbyvllle. The next meeting will bo We will aUo run a ill e'rj wigon In KowUnd to tho day named and agiin er Pelican foundered and threo of tho journment on ou the 01 Tuesday in scrti- - the pcuple then. glimmercrew were lust. Great Hoods raged in held in Lexington W. H . HAYS, Assistant. CKA1G & MAI II EN Y. the hope of tho tax payer goes year. May of next that portion of Ohio. ing. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal sav-ag- o NOT TOO LATE YET. ilP!l;'taJ W. F. EiaHT : PAGES. d d it follow up our last week's success with another have built up such an practically. plain you announce a Remarkable Sale, the merits of which at short a while, appreciated all who sure JE WecallyMrattcnUontoonr - curtains jur yvo, worth $2; a pair for SI. p, pair for 2.25. worth U. a pair for $l.r0, have just received a big line 3c. 6 foot Linen Minds you a pair or n, CARPETS AND MATTINGS, will offer at greatly reduced prices. Which are booming things in OUR - CLOTHING - DEPARTMENT. n-i- 'l aiaio. juvj.3i T,) "J""? r nviin inrrl Cottonado pants for than buy elsewhere for Seeing is uetievina. and for busy as last Prices, Cut in clothing department. L mnvth S.fiO. Prices Men's vr ... ,' t pants Men's jeans THE LOUISVILLE STORE. W. H. Higgins. I Have Purchased of ... d, GROCERY Dan-villea- Wat-ters- on HARDWARE BOOTS -- In-s- d lrk nrnraiHft SHOES ,&C, l 11 Har-rodsbur- g ! re-gr- et . ni-1- i IK. VL3Sr.K,S3D-A.IJE- l t The Gurney, Refrigerator, THE WHITE hard-boile- d CREAM e. -- crimes-seduct- COOLERS, - iinm-di.te- lv. McKINNEY BROS. st They all Testify "foSSsSf rm w I regit-trati- on ju iinmi-onathi- c ,..,,, er-k- I - n tlj I'l1!' 1 The Deering improved Steel Binders, com-plote- d The Pony Deering Binder. J. H. teAtJGHXWU&Kr, Uew Butob.r Sh.op. ' of ad-jour- n Con-noa- ut t rfTS AGENT. ''"tmgjG Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal -- Takk your repairs to Danks, Jowc lor. Quucn-crowniribo-co- mo MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Sxahford. Ky.. May Jmh So. TIio eweet May of our r.hnl memory hns hood 19, 1893 80iir, Bomber o!il mayd. Covin)" ton Commonwealth. u.c. wAfcTOM, Mb. bu. Manager POINTS. PERSONAL C. llutchtogn. J. 1. IIalrs Is clerking for Mr. W. x Undkhtakkr Huffman shipped a casket to Livingston yesterday for Mrs. Jas. Flynn, wife of thu section boss, who died there of a stomach trouble, aged 22. Pictuiikh, PitTUiiKsl The Rowland Gallery is in motion and playing a land otlice business. Como one, como all. Satisfaction guaranteed. Frank Cor- dier. Mhs Wm. Wkwii baa gone to Pitta-burPa., to vIhII relatives. . Mim Mamix I5ai.ua ill), of Madison, is with MisaKHn May Saundeis. V. A. Mies Martha McDowell, of mond, Ky., will marry Mr. Thos. er, of Staunton, Vn., next week. Miss Lcttie Reld, daughter of Rev. Miles Saunders, of tho Presbyterian church, Springfield, will marry Mr.Chas. K. McDowell, of Danville, on tho 23d. Wm. Bland, of Garrard, and Mies Minnie D. Blackerby, tho pretty 10 year old daugher of Mrs. Catherine Blackerby, of this county, wore married yesterday. Rich-Han- g- DEATH'S DOINGS. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. Wc will save you Mr. D. A. and Mrs. Margaret Baugb You can go to Cincinnati next Sunday Tbiuiilk has returned from a Dr. Prentis Meade, of CarrolltoD, money , via tho Q A 0. for $1 7fi from Junction mourn tho losa of their infant child, professional visit to Knoxvlllo. who represented his county in the last days ago. who died a 86yWe arc opening up a splendid line of Millinery. Dr. H. M. Grant, of Lancaster, has City and return and see tho great game legislature and was a candidate for SenaA. V. du Pont, a wealthy and been visiting his cousin, Dr. A. S. Price. of ball between the St. Louis and Cintor in tho next, is said to have entirely citizen of Louisville, died sud& Mr. John M. McUoiikhts, Hit , lies in cinnatis. denly of heart disease. He gave tho city lost his mind. Delinquent tax payers of 1S01 will D. H. CAltrOELL. a stupor and the end is apparently not K. L. AUSTIN! Two killings in CuBey county in a Central Park and only last week he for ur oir. and the niully deeded to tho city n magnificent ho sued by Middlesboro city council. week, one of a brother-in-laThe nmouut outstanding Ss $15,000. The Mr. C. C. Williams, a leading other of a brother, show that certain training school for boys. Mt. Vuruonbar, was here yes- families down there aru anxious to exLittle John Murroll, sou of Mr. and bonded city debt is $150,000, the floating terday. Mrs. J. B. Foster, died Tuesday morning debt about $05,000. So It will bo seen terminate each other. & AT7STXXT. Mrs. Maouic Lohu, of Louisville, and of brain fever, aged 18 months. Ho was that something has to he done. Licknsr. Mr. and Mrs. S. Vanderpool a bright little fellow, thu idol of the little daughter, are boarding at Mrs. 1). Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st; wareroom, paint having removed tho causes that made NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. K. Wearen's. household, and his death creates an achand repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. of Rowland, Judge Varuon object to granting them ing void in tho hearts of his sorrowing Mirs Viikiima Haiku, went to liurgiu Tuesday to spend a few license to sell liquors at Crab Orchard, parents, who are reminded that the Savthe document was issued yesterday. days with relatives. ior hath said "of such is the Kingdom Mrs. J. W. McCuui) vand Elizabeth ar Anotiikh plank fence is being placed of Heaven." After a short service WedSign Work, artistic and plain. S We guarantee A specialty. rived from Indepondenco, Mo., Tuesday on the north and east sides of Court nesday, the little body was laid away in Having purchased the to visit Mrs. Katu Hays. work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. Square. A rich county like this might Buflalo Cemetery. Dr. U. Goldstkin atteiided the open- enclose its property with a handsome A message from Mr. J. A. Carpenter CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky. ing of Crab Orchard HpringH and says it iron fence. It would bu cheaper in tho convevs the sad intelligence of the sudwas a memorable occasion. den death of Mr. Tom Guthrie, at Rugby lone run. Of J. W, Utnuer, lam increasing the stock as Mr. W. M. O'Hkyan, of Owensboro, Road,Tenn., where he w.ib agent and op- fatt as pcwible and will won have it was here this week visiting friends and The manager of thu Opera House con- erator of tho Q k 0. He leaves a wife Par- looking in the best of health. fesses to have beeu "picked up" on the and three children, the youngest but Mns. Cicr.ito Reynold and Misses Kt s;zuof the Blondell & Conkling Co., but three weeks old. His remains were inCull my Mora on street taGoochand Maggie McKinney, of the they gave pretty fair performances and terred at Sunbright, Tenn., where his make at to our interest Lancaster with me and I will to trade McKlnney section, made ub m pleasant pleased thu crowd, judging by the wife was raised. Mr. Guthrio was born cull Tuesday. W.C. HUTCHINCS. largely incrested attendance of the sec in Boyle county and will be kindly re Miss Min.mk Kltlky attended the Wo- ond night. membered here, where he waa assistant men's Missionary Society meeting at agent for a long time. He carried life A mn named Philips hit a lire man at Harrodsburgas a delegate from the auxsufllcient to leave his family in Corbin in the forehead with a pair of insuranco iliary from here. New stock, styles and shades. fair circumstances. Mic. Pun. Books, the lightning passen- brass knucks, perhaps fatally injuring ;We will offer for sale tcjthe hijheit bidder on Aped to Rowland, where CHURCH AFFAIRS. ger engineer, was hero Tuesday on his him, and cue Sherifl Menefeo arrested him WednesWEDNESDAY, MAY 31, wny to Ilarbourville, wheru lie is witness Rev. II. C. Morrison's meeting at On iVa rnllnulnn rloaritiml day night. He waa placed in jail and fit nr.inl in a railroad case. IVHUwli( wiov tuyjf jriurvata - t & yesterday Deputy Meuefeu took him to Cyuthiana had resulted in 23 additions Corbin, Ky., Junction of the Knonville & Cum- r Tiik Glasgow Times says that Miss Lizberland Valley Divliionof the Louisville Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, to last accounts. Railroad A zie Slaymaker, who has been vietting Williamsburg. Elder J. S. Sweeney, of Paris, ono of Landreth's Garden Seed at Miss Annie Dickerson, ban goue to visit FRAME HOTEL "And spring would bo but gloomy the most noted ministers of the Chris- THREE-STORin Munfordavillv. weather if we had nothing else but" tian church, is holding a revival at Som- With 30 tied Hoorat, Tailor, Office, lMnlnc Room, Mrs. Annie Miller and Miss Mary such a spring ss this. Another cold wave Pantry Coal and Laundry Home. Has the Leit erset. reputation f any small home in Ktstcrn Ky. Miller, of Mt. Vernon, passed through came upon us liku a thief in the night Kev. K. II. Caldwell will not till his New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. yesterday to visit the family of Mr. Tom and before we could get our winter clothSuit tho appointment at Walnut Flat Sunday, as Torms Almost Miller, in Garrard. ing and stoves in order, somo of us came ho la attendiug the General Assembly at D. G. SlaimiIItkii uh on yesterday's near feeling like w Sin lots fronting on Klorcncu Avenue were freezing to Mttlu Hock. .FOR. and Hjoiniui; the hotel and in the most central train with thousands of his Green Briar death. A light frost showed yesterday, of town Four Houses and Lots fronting on Tlie olllcers of the A merican Sabbath ondon Ave. in Rood shape and rent for $14 per Springs circulars, bound for a tour of the but the weather began to moderate duUnion, which claims to represent -- 0,000,- month; ' of an aero with each houso. Inclosed Statu in its interest. picket fencing. ring the day and if it keeps on we may 000 christians, have telegraphed to Pres- with new painted jour own puce If you want now 11 your tood property at from be happy yet. , Mr. A. K. Dkn.ny bus returned lIusinefscalM us to foreign ident Cleveland remicstint him to take chance not leae thejiropetty a behind. btato and we can Washington, hatistled that thu tight for steps to prevent the proposed opening of All communications piomptls answered. collector lays between him and U. 11. COHMN HOTEL, Five. Commonwealth's Attorney J. the World's Fair on Sunday. A.S. Rider, Pror., Corbin, Ky Kodes, limj , of Danville. S. Oasley, Jr., was up from thu Mercer '. Tho Women's Missionary Society of Mns. J. P. IIailkv accompanied Mis court yesterday. He savs ho 1ms already the Kentucky Conference M. K. C. S , Ixiuisu as as Lexington, where both sent five to the penitentiary from there held a five days' session at Iiarrodsburg, will visit friondi lor a fmv ilays, when for terms ranging from one to 10 years, witli 100 delegates in attendance. Mrs. thu latter vwll o to Cirayhon. , and will have another batch before the S. C. Trneheart was among those who will be nt Mrs. J. C.MIvku .Io.su, of Kansas Oitj, term closes. The jury in the cape of U. read papers. In the last ten years the Liberty, Ky., May 15 to 20, '93, eliildreit Tiiefdu) C. P.iHsinort, who killed Richard Paxton arrived with her Society lias raised and expended over and is the gutt of lir mother, .Mrs for building a fence that shut on" the l'reparrd to do $700,000 for mission work. Grimes, of thu Preaehersville neighbor- hack entrance to his saloon, hung, i) for Kev. George U. Karnes writes Mrs. All Kinds Dontal Work. hood. conviction and for acquittal. This was W. G. Welch that ho will arrive with his You will do well to give rr.e a call, Satisfaction Oou reporter was misinformed. Mrs. the third hung jury in the case. specialty. family today and preach at S o'clock iriiarantced. I'late wrkS a HHAZLKV . D I). S W Mary Bowman ami Mini Virginia are at i9Mt Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph PromptlyAttcnded to. AdSunday night. Tho meeting may be in T111; other day Nick Vn n hook, Hake r Mr. Forestm Itrid s and not at the ColR. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. definitely continued, with services only dress. and iiolman, from Junction City, came lege. Mum VirguiM in Ukini; muoic Ky once a day, Mr.'Karnes having decided up herd and tilled up with booze. ALFORD & M'AFEE, at thu College, hovtovui. tho time they were ready to leave they he render to preach but once daily. Mil. JohN S. Wui.i, who bv Ids Tho Cliumx says Kev. Ashby Jones Livery, Food & Sale had gotten quite hilarious and when inanueis and geuthuuanly de they reached the toll ate on the will bo ordained to the Itaptist ministry McKINNEY. KY. Dortment. bus madu more friends than at Republican church, Madison county We hae formed a partnership and have suppike they were tiring their pisanybody during his several years' stay plied our stable with tols like crazy Comanches. They "ran" Sunday, his brother, Kev. Carter Helm in Stanford, left Wfilmndy to go into tho toll gate, kept by thu wife of Consta- Jones, of Louisville, preaching the ordi- New Horses, Buggies, Wagons, the drug busliuss at Tampa, Fla., after ble Benedict, and when that ollicer nation sermon. They are sons of Rev. J. Ac Special attention to the traveling public. Ncthing but u short visit to Urn World's Fair. He nj;s allowed to leave our heard of It he had warrauts Issued for William Jones, who was on Stonewall tblc. disliked to leau Stanford almost as tho men, who were brought hero and Jackson's stair. much as his friends hated to see him go, tried. Judkje Varuon fined each $10, The religious work inaugurated by While the May Flowers bloom we shall continue our great May I but a very advantageous oiler, coupled which they pald.ulad to get oil bo easily. Sam Jones and George Stuart is being sale. Lovers of beauty, lovers of economy and lovers of fashion with the fact that he can bu near to his continued with wonderful success by tho Every day brings us new trade even in the g must come to see us. weeks ago a to parents, who are getting old, made him Suicmr. Klmer Saunders, a fireman home ministers. Oyer 100 persons have There camean my farm three red heller. Oworr hard contest of competition. red and Our competitors fight us hard but to no lor tear himself away from happy surround on the K C . who lived at Hon land for joined the diilerent churches during the can get them by paying I) II.grating and this ad- use. STAUO.JK.. Wc are still climbing the vertisement. Stanford, ky. n lone tune, nbot himself to death in a past week and there is every indication ings and pleasant afociations. o saloon in Coviugton. The dispatch says that this week will be as fruitful of good that he had been HiifiVring from a tit of results. Oweneboro Inquirer. THOMAS VFAOKR. CITY AND VICINITY. JAMKS YEAC.KR. melancholy and when his brother came YEAGER & YEAGER, Plants for Salk. Tomatoes and cab into the gnloon and invited him to shake MT. VERNON, R0UKCASTLE COUNTY. Our great variety of Dress Goods in wash fabrics and white goods of dice-bobage. 0. J. Kewland. for thu drinks he started the Dr. Grant, thu dentist, will bo at every weave. Black goods in every new thing and all the other novfor the rear yard and fired tho fatal shot STABLE, AND L1VER7, Fink lino of now clocks at rock bottom Mt. Vernon circuit court. elties in into his brain. "I've been thinking of " jeweler. prices. Danks, Judge l'leaa. Cavter is preparing to doing this many a time, good bye," were STANFORD, build a handsome residence in town. Uemkmiibh that the fair date has been his last words to the horniied brother. Wc are In our new stable in the Opera Hous Mth. John Flynn died of septic feBlock and are well supplied with changed toThursday and Friday, July He was til years old and leaves a wife ver at Livingston Thursday morning. China Silks, must bring you to our store. Remember we have the and several children. J7th and "JSlh. Mr. Adam Tow ry, one of the oldest NEW RIGS AND HORSES largest stock of "J. Ji." and "P. D." Ficnch Corsets. Kid Gloves, L. & X. pay train was hero yesAnotiikh man rtimemlitTH h much citizens of the county, died on thu 15th. The Laces, Embroideries, Hosiery, Jersey nd Muslin Underwear, both Have been purchased and nothing but terday and left the usual fl'J.600 in cash roliler npull tlmn tliis. Mr. I. W. Carter, All kinds of business as well as farm urnuuts will leae tho staLlv. for ladies and gentleman ever opened in our city. Our Shoe stock who iih marsli.U nt tho great picnic hold woik has been greatly delayed by tho in and around Stanford. and our Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods arc superb and our Give tu ut Hullalo Sprinjr, May 17, ISM, to backward spring. trade in these lines is increasing every day. Our represented line oi 37 Fivxdill'erent sizes Leouard icu cheats. the arrival of tho lir.st pasaonor Much interest U being manifested Carpets is the largest ever shown in our city. Don't forget that we Will save you L'OO per cent, of your ice train, fltiys that wnH tho coldest day he in the county toads and their condition are closing out our wraps and capes and must sell them at some price bill. W. II. Wearen & Co. ever raw in the merry mouth of May. A will bo considerably improved this cumt as wc will not carry them. Don't forget our remnant counter, nor DR. JOS. HAAS' uvery iivihk Heavy iroai kiiiuu our Trimming Dapartment, Bolero Jackets, &c, &c. excursion for colored peop e will thtiu; nuti people attonded the picnic iu mer. An Hen Harrison, tho little 4 j Hog & bo run to Louisville for $l..r0 for the overcoats and fought for tho best place son of Mr. Jus. Jones, was badly scaldround trip Irom hero Sunday. around the log Urea. There h some con- ed last Wednesday. A leg of tho stove t solation, even thouch it be very small, slipped out and tho store upsetting, hot UsedSucccssfully FilteenYcars. Monumknt. Mi. J. S. Hocker is havthat lliinpi are never no bad that they etc., wero precipitated over tho Will arrct disease, presru'a disciue, etpels ing a large and handsome monument may not be and in point of fact have not water, worms, stop cough, Increase the flesh and hasten littlo fellow's body. maturity. erected over the graves of his fathor and been worm.'. GO TO- 1'rice.- $.o, Jt J and 50 cents per package, Miss Angio Clark and Miss Itikea wife. The largest packages ate Snow. Thqso who think thu present ltaker are visiting relatives in Lexing- the Cheapest, lor sale by R ,,KNNV n again hung up. The The fountain auntoril, Ky the coldest snap that over came in May ton. Mr. V. J. Xowcomb will look after 97- man who started to lay the circular wall should lieten to tho title of woe that Mr. tho Richmond telcgaaph oilleo for tho For goods at low prices. Our stock of wasn't emial to tho job and ho was John W. Kout can relate. Ho can re next two weeks. Mr. Charles Higgins member everything that has happened was with us Wednesday. ,,T Ths iUeHtion now agitating tho peoold Beino associated with no ono in bus sinco ho came to this country with Vi years ple of this community is: "Shall we hae iness I am prepared for dressmaking nt man Columbus and tells us that a college V" I am almost ashamed to vnrv reasonable prices. Call and get ngo Tuesday night, tho one which was Millinery, Notions and Shoes is complete. We have just received and so very cold, eight inches of snow fell publish the fact to the world that in this M prices. Mrs. W.T, Heard. remedy ar wonderful Iu their effects an elegant line of Ladies' and Misses' and all the corn, most of which was a progressive ago a county seat thofsize of la fre.lnsj tha jrtm of blllousncMW Iu andtuaUrla. No one UtIbb Mt. Vernon of the famous State of Mn. J. 0. IloiiEiiEH baa had his farm foot high, was killed as dead as a door has no collejto building. An ex- A 200 lots nail, llo can also relate some other alTlielr w at Rowland divided into about whould b wltaomt tbera. and foTcr, cellent private school has been in sespaprstreaU attack of chill of '25x100 to 300 feet and will offer them most as incredible stories, but as this Country produce taken billon colic aad fives V Which will be sold at the lowest cash prices. duaibague, for several years. Tho people theyitmtrenKtli to resUt all theat public sale June 2 i. This will give a per emulates the Father of his Country sion here in exchange for goods. atTll of u unhealthy and Impure such encouragement as their jdetjioric Biosphere. Klegantiy chance to those who wish to build hous- in truthfulness, it will not injure its purees can given to assure its success. Price, ',130. Ottlce.SOrarkl'lace.N.Y. reputation by giving them even as es in tho growing little town, where Only the sum of $1,150 has been sub- homes are in great demand. Col-vife-v m scribed so far, but this witli 1,200 from II. II. KING. GEORGE II. FKEWITT. the salo of public lands will fitart the hall rolling and in a few months wo trust wo shall see thu building Hearing completion on thu beautiful lot which Mr. Jae. MORELAND, KY., White has donated to it. VVc hayc opened up a nice line oi of tho county have awakened to the importance of bestowing upon their children that greatest of all gifts, a good education. Then whv not unite at once in this undertaking and puih it speedily to completion ? There aro men of wealth We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where wc could get in our town and county, who should the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, givo liberally to the college fund. They which enables us to make very low prices. Bases of steel nails. $2 per could have no more enduring monu- keg, do. wire nails $2.30, coal oil 10c per gal. with all other goods in ment to their memory and it takes just proportion. KING & PREWITT. Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing; Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, public-sp- irited FRXWITT. w mom-beroft- NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMFBELL Fro'rs. COME to SEE ME. House Painting and Paper Hanging Grocery : Business Complete in Every ticular. 11 SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL PAPER & ALABACTINE Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. AT ATTOTIOIT. fc "-- I AS fl 1 Xs!i-vill- Y Wo Bo MoBBUBTB9 to Purchaser. vai-an- l Fancy Groceries,Brea(l, Cakes, Pies Candies, Lunches, Fra m Ad-drc- n, aa-t- d ,&c, fr Dental ITotico. 1 CALL ON R. ZIMMER, THE BAKER. to : of A Good Meal for 25 Cts. una-HUiui- Stable, NOT TOO LATE. first-cla- ss ZSTEA7 yenr-lin- LADDER OF SUCCESS. x mi M fe-- Challies, Serges, French Poplins, Velours, tirst-cls- is . cele-hra- them a Call. iii-iiu- ear-ol- d Poultry Remedy HUGHES & TATE. -- - tl. Clothing, Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, tTiny Liver Pills! amil-bUio- o o u o The Cash Bargain Store antl-malarl- al Ken-tuc- ko Malarial Region! auimr-oeated.W SLIPPEES, 't rit zllz. 1 I 1 G000009III B. F. JONES & SON. Semi-Weekly -- Interior Journal Ky., - SrANFORD. May 19, 1893 K o.wAkTON,Bus.ManaBer Ko GRASSHOPPERS IN CHINA. Or-Ur- Niinirrnu That Soldlora Itnvo Ilcen Out to TlRlit Tlicin. 13 beTho groat provinco of Kimig-Sonil n the Ifuitonrillfl Dry?" All person hoMinj slock uted over n spaco of COO feet. Somo of Creek Turnpike Co. aro requested to ing tlevastatotl by locusts. Consul Jones them have been Carpenters "Yes, miss. She's been dry for two out weighing a taken fcihIs the statu tlepart-mecome before the Hoard of Director at Hustonvllle nt weeks." on June 3. iS3. produce their certificate of stock, an nrcount of tho curious efforts few pounds nnd othprs hundreds of and new certificates in place of receive divMeuds "You erucl wretch!" sho exclaimed. Professor O. C. Marsh of Yale made by tho ufllictetl sections to dispel ixmmls. the o'd ones. Hr order of the Hoard. 'Why don't you give her somo water?" V I). WEATHKRFORD. Pres writes ns follows: tho scourge. Some of tho methods re"If nnywhero near as largo ns repre- And tho man turned his face to tho cowsorted to aro as striking as tho sugges.IF YOU ARE GOING., sented, tho animal is probably ft dinosuur house anil shook with emotions ho could tions offered to tho Kansas icoplo when not suppress. Detroit Freo Press. they were puft'erinjr from ft similar visi- from tho Jurassic, perhaps similar to the R ono I named ntlautosaurus, which was ago. tation somo years THE At th Last MoiucuU "I know of few sights," writes tho found near Morrison in your btate. Other specimens nearly allied havo been consul, "moro extraordinary than a ewnrin engaged iu pairing. Tho air is found near Canon City in tho nauio for"-... Other very largo reptiles have filled with clouds of locusts drifting, mation. been found iu tho cretaceous, especialh circling, crossing and recrossiug, with a faint, whirring noise, and settling on tho in Colorado and Wyoming, but nono if ground iu thousands of couples. Tho known from tho carloniforous. I have Louiavilic a, Nashvilic R. n. ground is carpeted thickly with them myself never been in tho immediato whero this now fossil is said to have You cannot mako a step without crunchIs the line for you, as its ing heaps of them underyour feet, whilo been found, but tho Jurassic is well dethousands moro start up in pattering veloped east and north of there, making volleys against your legs, bauds and it probable that it may exist in tho locality named." Colorndo Sun. Make cloie connections at face." ?tfz-z- k Stago Mnnngcr (to nmntcur villain) Tho eggs aro deposited in holes drilled Cism Remember, Mr. Shacks, you conceal LOUISVILLE And:OINOINNATI by tho female an iuch or moro deep in CJilrnu" Host nmt llostcstr. tho ground. Tho timo required for Tho etiquette of Chicago hostesses the yourself iu this trunk. For all points. hatching depends entirely ou tho tem- coming summer is, it seems, presenting THROUGIirnCKETS SOLD. MWM?ffifs THROUGH perature. In very hot weather tho now itself to some of them. Said ono the iIAGGAGE.CUFXKED V. Ti brood begins to mako its appearance at other day: "My house is to bo filled alFor any information e.iqnlre of JOES. KICK. Agent, tho end of a week. At this stago they most from May to NovcuiIht. I have staniaru, Ky Or nro very small, black and as activo as 'made dates,' as tho theatrical men pay. W. W. PF.NN, Trar. Pan. Atfent, Junction City, Ky fleas, making extraordinary bounds by for weeks ahead, nnd there nro enough means of their muscular hind legs. At moro of incidental guests to fill iu the a littlo distanco they suggest tho idea fow unoccupied weeks. And now I pro- of n swarm of black ants seized with Iose to let them understand that it is sudden insanity. In shape thoy nro ex- going to bo out of the question for me WNorfolkiWesternRA act copies of their parents, savo for to guide them nbout the fair. As 1 0111 i mi " 0 tho wings. They nro greedy feeders aud ablo nnd feel the deiro I shall go, but to grow rapidly. By tho eighth or ninth net ns ierpi'tunl cicerone I cannot," nnd 18, 1S9J. Schedule Dec. HUSTON VILLK, KY., day wings havo budded, and tho color be- certainly, it may bo added, no sensible gins to change, yellow spots nppearing, visitor will expect it. LEAVE NORTON DAILY and in nbout three weeks or a month 4 SoJentiflo Afcwlcta A word might be added on tho visitor's a. m. 7:00stations for Graham, Bluefield, rocahontai they aro full grown. sido. Don't, as hostesses, nsk of them BRADFIKLJD'il Flat Top and Pocahontas Divisand Ml ' Tho destruction by suitable measures the Kimc qualities of responsive enter1 tons, CONCEALED. At5-"", 12:04 noon, tor Hluefield, Radiord, Roanoke, of this formidnblo pest, iuvolving an it tainment that would bo expected under Brooklyn Life. yt JyncnDUrg, Kicnmouu aim .orioin. 4iv other circumstances. Days of such comRoanoke) for Washington, Hagerstewn, Uarils- - does tho prevention cf famine, fever epiFhiladelpntaanu ."Mew jroric demics and riots, is n matter of grave plex and nbsorbing sightseeing as the ouf, lmn Sleenlnir Cars from Lou CoihL public concern. Ono constantly hears fair will offer will prove fatiguing to exmore kii alkvla Norton ami Radford; alio Radiord n It was on tho deck of a London lnmnd WUIWHU. v U&W 'TJVM New York, via Shenandoah junction, also R of mandarins losing their buttons and haustion to many persons, and rest nnd steamer, and several jwissengers were ford to Washington; also from Lynchburg to R being disgraced as tho penalty of remiss- relief from "comimny pitch" will lw im- leaning against tho ratling talking MARKS' DISEASES tanWsoT HH.i I mono. alout DKSIQN PATINTS. ness or failure to destroy tho enemy. Trains tor Pocahontas, Powhatan and Goodperative. Now York Times. shooting. ILA3IT. COPYRIGHTS, arte. will leave Bluefield daily at 6 o a m, 8 30 a m, 03 Consul Jones says tho Chineso considCue young man remarked that ho had p mand $30 p m. For information and frnollandbonkwntito PECULIAR IUNN X CO, 4 llHOAtiWAT, Nt VOUC er that tho visitation of tho locusts is a Leave llluolield 6 10 a m daily for kenova'and Price of truster I'toners In Xevr York. once killed two wild ducks on tho wing OtJo4l bureau for acurtn patrnta In America, Columbus, O. Arrive Columbus g 15 pm "calamity from heaven, and that thero Kterr out lr us Is brought twfnr Never sinco New York first lwcame n with ono shot. "I btipposo it was an acAdditional trains for Welch and intermedial U public Ly a uotico (trcn f rve ot chania la U Has e used and recommended It to my friends. oj p ra and is no help for it." Chineso records chrou city has tho flower mnnia broken out so cident." ho said, "but I'll admit that 1 stations on Elkhorn leave Hluefield 5 ao p m dally. lcio many instances or tno appearanco virulently as this year. Tho florists say t.iko n good deal of credit to myself for Alt derive! treat benefit from Its use. Trains arrive at Norton Irom the East daily at Mr. Matiuia Labmjh, l'rorla. III. and the calamities inflicted by the lo- that whilo no season can vio with Easter being n clover shot." p m and 5 30 p m. H 10 Melt remedy I Havo ever nsei for Irregular For further information as to schedules, rates, custs in former times, but they havo no Lsrrfst rlrntlatlon of any aplentlfln paper In tho "That's nothin." remarked n tall turn truit Ion. world. hi'lcnUldlr lllmtralct. Ho lntllient Ac, apply to agents of Norfolk A Western Rail- peculiarly effectivo methods of destroy in tho number of flowers used tho floral Mx. O. Jrrrr, W. B.HEVILL, road or to dlui ahoulil bo without IU Weekly, 3,UH as ho thrust his hands into his Norrmtwr, lM. observauco of tho season was moro genHclma, Col. rnsrt fliHalx mouth. Ad4re AtflNNA tXX. Gen. Pass. Agt Roanoke, Vs. ing them. Tho government usually is eral this year than for many past years. inflects and lazily shifted his osition. ruMUiiKU. atti Broadway, tiem York City. have (uttered a grtt deaf from Female sues proclamations ordering out tho boI Their sales during holy week aro said to "Why, ono timo out in tho wind hills I Troubles, anil think I am completely cured Ly diers and encouraging tho farmers to have reached if.'iOO.OOO. Ono dealer under got into tight with ono of them air Uradfleld'i Female Regulator. MYERS IIOLSK destroy them. Tho latter nro given a tho Coleman IIouso is said to havo sold sorghum lapj)ers. It was over n gal, of Sltta. Kmxa F. Swoan, Mansfield, O. Book "To Woman" mailed free. OHIO bounty for their destruction. CHESAPEAKE course Sho was in for the wiuniu man. $30,000 worth of flowers in 43 hours. Tho soldiers nro used against the loBHUOriELO RCQULATO CO., On tho day lwforo Easter American Well, ns I started to say, wo chose Atlaxta, G a. custs, with their officers at their head, Beauties pold at aimed, and when tho word was For saJo by all Druggists. a dozen, or 2.50 o. W.GREEN, Prop. as against an adverso army in tho field. apiece, and were $0 abundant at that given fired. I suppose you would hardly not Instead of a gun or a lance, however, figure, but at tho Thirty-fourtPhiladelphia each soldier is armed with n coarso hempstreet believo it." ho ndded, narrowly eying II. DcNARDI, ThuMiHr, which Is tun n conrecllcn ntn the exchango tho highest quotation for them the last speaker, "but, gentlemen, we Baltimore, New York, Mcis Itiiutr, hsbcn lupplirJ with en bag, attached to a bamboo pole, which, was CO cents, or $7,120 per dozen. was both that nir good shots that our And all other Eastern Cities. with wide oj.on mouth, is waved buck ANew Lot o( Horses, Carriages, Russian violets wero quoted at 3 per bullets met and full to tho ground." j.Mtili.J' nnd forth among the swarms until filled, 1,000: pinks, Shortest Line between Louisville, Lexington'and Tho other inemlwrs of the group looked .'A 100; lilies of tho A Bu;t;iC3i Vagons, iwr l.v Eastern Points. when they are killed, and tho action re$1 per 100: Roman hyacinths, $1 jer at tho tnll mnn silently for a moment or ' umW St.ppl p nhd fitter that, nil newed. IN EFFECT NOV. 1, i$gi 100; acacia hyacinths. 40 cents a spray; two. Then ono by ono thoy stole back ' Hppiv the piiblK with prestait "In this section of the province," writes genestas, 10 cents a spray. Thero ought into tho cnbin. nnd tho crack sjwrtsmnn EAST BOUND. Lvo. Lexington KiusT-OLAs- a Mr. Jones, "tho army has taken tho field, to bo money for young ladies iu raising wns left to gaze nt tho waves reflectively ntaa of auu kinds. ..., 7.icpm Atlantic Express No. 31, diily Midland Accommodation, No. 6. ex. Sun. ,11.40am and tho district magistrate has taken up flowers to sell at these prices. Tho marI'cr.'nAal ami poipplatttiieii c tnto WeJJinjs New York Herald. "Vestibuled Express No 24 daily 6.10pm his quarters in tho country whero tho loI'stticsand llurtek ket is insatiable. Now York Cor. San "Alt. Sterling Accom., No, 28, ex. Suu, 5.25pm r W. ORKLW. custs aro thickest to overlook tho work Francisco Argonaut. A I'ulr Katltiintc. AL IllltN'S. MnaKr J'roiifit)r "WEST BOUND Arr. Lexington: of destruction and to pay tho fanners A visitor nt Jackson park tho other X.exington Accom., No 27, ex Sun ... 7.55am tho bounty. day hunted up tho cheese Louisville Express No. 21, dally .. 12.40pm Ilinlf' I.uck. 00 YOU WANT TO ADOPT A1sA!yT "The farmers use largo brooms made Lexington Accom. No 25, ex Sun ... 4 i3Pni from Canada, folded his arms nnd hUmvI Willinm Dinley, whilo fishing on the regarding it in silence. Vestibuled Express No: 23, daily ... 6. 10pm of bamboo twigs and other bushes, and Mnybo you think IhU Is a new buinri, rnJliiifoiit lxilil(Mimii'Oliuilon. it hiulxfii each armed with this weaion goes forth Brazos last week, exiwrienced a great Solid Vestibuled Trains with Dining Cars. Nr "What an enormous amount of raw Carriage Painter and Trimmer, litint iM'rtuv, litiwus'ur, lint ncsiir linsi II10J5 bus tranfers lun'iclKxl Ixn m tiiur tho onrlnnl utnilriM to slaughter. When killed and collected, deal of trouble with a largo fish. Ho material nnd patient labor that iuimcu.e Through Slrpers from Lexiuglon without ttiU into, i:frjoiirwlll riLlalm, " Wrll catfish and put mass represents," said a bystander. caught a All kind o( vehicles psinlrd trimmed nl re they tiro paid for by weight, which is at had change. tin" twiM-3' lailiy I "vtrr Thla tjlc rim ami urriamcnbtl that' it bhicknr uircl In H W. FULLFR, (ML RYAN, the rate of 40 cash, or4 cents, per jouiid. him back iu tho water, nnd beforo startrtiniIii(r can givo "Wonderful!" murmured tho deeply MKns. Satisfaction guaranteed In tioih vturliMin. llttlubutu faint Idea of tbuL'squadtooriirinnl. Gen. Pass. Agt, ou Ass't Gen. Pass. Agt.. ing for homo went in his boat for him nnd interested observer. mam strmt, Tho locusts' eggs aro dug up and paid " " Washington, I), 0. "Wonderful! It ulilp ami pricr Simp nnshop, SuhCoiiI, oyer Win Cincinnati. ljuKht-cty- ' Ky. blacksmith for on a similar scale." Washington found that another fish had swallowed would furnish enough lumps of cheofe, him. Ho tried to pull him out, but ho by George, to go with 2,810,000 Letter. cuts or was so enormously largo ho dipped the eating house pie!" Chicago Tribune. Queer Thine at tint World' l'alr. boat in tho struggle. Tho line, which Certainly tuo promoters of the Chica- was thick with fishhooks, caught Mr. Lie 9 Wsassa, f Nut Cons hired. go World's fair deserve somo credit for Dinley, and ho could not let go. Neither Male (lut-sYou must admit one tho thoroughness with which they are could tho fish. Down tho river they thing. Though American women cannot carrying out their original conception. went, first ono on top nnd then tho other. vote, they nro well taken caro of. It was proposed, wo beliove, to make an Poor William was just nblo to keep up Mrs. Strongmind flflff L VJlJsrV XasMsB They nro, nro thoy? exhibition of every phaso of human life, with his boat. At Inst tho mnn got Male Quest Um! You never boo any frssswTLl 7W JsEjSBBb of everything that could bo created by loose, but tho fish nnd tho boat mado lE&K&ifil a JasssWJVM i sJatjsrfiissBSSSy y acVQsV.' HMBSwrj tho hands of man, of every possible art thoir way to deep water at Velasco. Tho bent up old women here. ' Mrs. Strongmind No, when women MILES I fltS?V JPlAUsMFasl I MILti and industry, both ancient and modern. fish was supi)Osed to weigh over COO become too bo offered seats iu I sWsfHr sWf 4alfi2asBr. lr I "lv$ It was not possible to bring over to pounds. Tho fisherman returned to towu street cars, old toget straightened out they America the pyramids or Windsor cas- to see a doctor. His hands wero severely tle, or wo have no doubt tho exhibition cut with the fishhooks aud tho fish line. hanging to straps. Exchange. MMMilMim committeo would have dono so. As it is. Sixteen fishhooks wero sticking in him. JIli!WiP '"'1 IFi't Too Funillliir. they wero fain to content themselves Millican Cor. Galveston News. f1 Fond Mother I am to understand, with models of tho original buildiug,s. then, that you havo accepted Lorry's ATSBBBSflsiBCiaiHsiQsBSBBBBBLLsisM But in tho caso of more portable ob- American ArcliiKologlvul Work Iu Greece. proposal? Ho's an excellent Mr. Twenty milesthe Shortest to match, you " I'M A jects their ambition has had free' bcoiw, Somo interesting results havo been ob- know. Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, which wo protKvwi to l)AIT."you, trnnnpor-tutieud to and they seemed to liavo fairly ransacked tained from tho researches of tho Amerpuhl Thn littlo tlarllny rttauKulnt Ethel (demurely) Oh, yes, mnmmn! There sre three of the best Ilirbcrs in the State a pillow. the whole lmbitablo globo in search of ican School of Archeology at tho Is In tho act of druwlnir off Iu Fond Mother Of courso ho told you There arc also escollrnt Hath K corns run In con- pink soolt, tho tnnto of which hiutbcon pulloa Chicago, Michigan Points, St. specimens of human enterprise and innection Acent lor I cxinKton Steam Laundry or Tcmplo of Hera, situated off and llunu asldo with a triumphant coo. ho loved you? Cleveland, Buffalo, Detroit, genuity. To such lengths havo they carTho HiMh Unlit ro perfect, und the eves follow Indianapolis and tho West, Argos and Mycemo. Tho excavaEthel Oh, dear, no, mamma. I didn't you, no mitt tor whero you atanu. Ne England, Canada, they have now tions, which aro being carried on by let him get so familiar ns that. Pick Me ried out their schemo that this arreatt jialntlnif of included in their list of exhibits all the about 200 workmen under tho superin- Up. Ma SuukIi mho mont cviebntleil of mrxlem pulntemof Iwiby llfolaro Iu bctrlvcn In lhoo of tho burglar tendence of Dr. Charles Waldstein, havo procurable paraphernalia who subscribe to lJemorest's Family Baltimore, Philadelphia, Washington, o and tho criminal and havo issued no- revealed tho sito and foundations of tho for ivii. The reproduction ennnot to That ltniiy. Quickest time toHarrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky. told fnun tho orllnul, which cent S00. and Shortest and Richmond, BVIRG1NIA. gamekeepers and land ancient temple mentioned by Homer, tice to English Mother (to Johnny just back from a nro thoNitmifi!a)ii7x!inchrii. Thobnbyia Quickest line to owners inviting them to supply tho ex- which was burned down in tho year 423 visit to his uunt's) What wns your liro size, mid ithKoluti-llifelike. We luivo aln In preiniratlon, to uwent to our any tools und implements B. C. A platform of polygonal pave- auntio doing? hibition with Ikw, other srniit tilcturm by OIL1JL3E3ANS. of the poacher's trado that thoy may have Johnny Minding tho baby. iichnrtlsuiwlvrey Moran.Jlaud lluinplirey, ment has been laid bare, ubovo which LouU UeaelcuniH, and others of London Spectator. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS thro with in their possession. "You should say tending, not mindwns found a layer of debris containing renown. Tnko only two examples of what out change via Chattanooga, Birmingham, MeridwoillddiirliiK tho imst jear, "A Vnnl of ian, making direct connections en route for Kaoi. fragments of charred wood, melted ing." aud "A Wfilto llouso Orchid" by tho A Lutheran German Church. Lynchburg and points in the ville, Asheville, 'nub! You don't know that baby." bronze and other indications of a conflawlfoof l'reKldcnt llarrisou, und you wlllvoo German residents in Paris who belong gration. Numerous specimens of pottery Waif. what our pruinlac mean. CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, Thoso who sulHoriU) for nemorest's Family to tho Augsburg confession aro to have of eo called Myjenrean Majruzlnu for 1KU will poneHi a callery or exSho Ilcllet-t-tIllm. n handsome new church. It is estimated and geometrical patterns havo been obquisite, works of art of itrcnt villus, beuldea a At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilminc "I play aw entirely by call, you A SURE and CERTAIN CURE jumiuinu inui cannot 00 eiuniett tiy nuy In that out of tho 40,000 Teutons in the tained. These and tho other works of ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah thp world for lid bountiful lllust rat Ions and kudw," said Cholly as ho sat down to the known for IB yearn as the BEST Brunswick, Lake City,Thomasville and FLORI French capital 25,000 follow tho Augs- art found aro all of the remotest antiqsubject matter, that will keep everyone postDA points. REMEDY FOR PILES. ed ou all tho topics or tho day, and all th burg rites. There is at present a German uity and form t discovery of considerable piano. HICHAKDSOJ XKDICIJE. CO., RT. UICH. Th only line running solid Vestibuled trains with ads and different items of Interest about the And the maiden, after an attcntivo rrpard T Pullman Boudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to St. Evangelical church in tho Ruo Chauchat, hnuvhold, beside importanco and value. London Times. look at tho auricle next to her, said furnishing IntereatinaT Augustine without change tor any class of pasnnd also thrco Einuller places, where re.ullnir matter, both srruvo and ray, for tka sengers or baggage. I9T U qCALITT, whule family: nud while Dcmorusfa la not "I should judgo you to bo well 0 U 4)CAI7tTT. Huntsville, Decatur Selma and Montgomery, worship is held under difficulties. a ruihlnn Mujruzine, its fan hlon pasres are per-- f Uurt by Dropplnif Water. Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. qualified to do bo." New York Press. Tho new church will therefore be a eel, and wo rivo you. free of riW , all Uw Shortnst and quickest to Anr.iston, Selma, Moin Vienna won An American acrobat you wLVi to um durinir tho year, aa4 great boon to thoso for who6o spiritual bile. Direct connections made at NEW ORIn anv size you choose. Send in your An Unusual "I'ull." LEANS without omnibus transfer for Galveftoo needs it is intended, and Pastor Frisins, a queer wager on Wednesday. Ho bet a or.co, only 13. and you will really Houston, Austin, considerable sum with a Vienna strong Powers Hello! Out giving tho twins In value. Address the publisher, over who hns initiated tho undertaking, J . JcunlnsTH Domorest. IS Kart llth St., New man that he could not enduro to have a nn airing, eh? Got your hands full, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. tho support and sympathy of all you ure unacqualntM with th rk. If liter of water fall drop by drop from a haven't you? iauzino, send 10 cuuta for u spoclucD copy. Vicksburg, The only through line to Jackson and connections his fellow countrymen in Paris for his ef- height of three feet upou his hand. Towers Indeed I have, nnd it is tho La., making direct Mis., Shreveport.transfer for Dallas, Fort Worth, forts. CTCK3"KK without omnibus He has gone to Berlin and has seen not When 300 drops had fallen, tho athlete's first instance thnt 4 know of where two San Antonia, El Paso and points in Austin, only tho head of tho Augsburg consis- face became red, and he looked as if in of a kiiid mado a full hand. Boston Cou' IA nn worth ur Inrelr luusla for tory, but has been received by tho emper- pain. At tho four hundred and twentieth rier. tllllsUU euiil. IU) uniivo. lull site, fortr but TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORNIA drop ho gavo up. saying it was impossiqimlltf , sutct musiu of thu iHte.t, most pop- or, who has given him 2,000 marks toIntact. Uiurauii purfciuiK aim tuvai insiruinoiiiai ble to bear the pain any longer. Tho ple:w,alkiiotluiiup tnthauidstoleuantman ward tho funds for tho construction of "Well, Johnnie, nro you ablo to keep Has led all Worm Remodles. For through rates, correct county maps and iu inner, IncliiUliic four Unto atiu portraits, vltt tho .needed edifice. Nearly nil the Ger- palm of his hand was swollen and :arumnullu,thwHpatiUh dancer; Taderewski information call on Agent at Junction Cltv, Ky classes?" your plnco in your thettrentetpUnlstt Ailella l'attl, and Mrs. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. W. D. COZATT. address man princes Catholic as well as Prot- flamed, nnd in ono place tho skin had wioa upucicaun, ins popular DeauiT. ah-- ! Johnnie Yes, sir. I begau at tho foot Agt., lonetlon City.Ky Trav. Pass. Email portion of dress all ordera to NKW YDHK MUHICAL estant havo sent subscriptions to the broken open. Only n gono to mako up rnd there's not ft single boy been ablo to SOLD EVERYWHERE. D.G.EDWARDS. D.MILLER. cuitu. uroauwar TUoatro nullum, a. v. tho liter of water had G. P A T. A., Traffic Maner,, good work. Putts Cor. Loudon rrsr4 r BICBABDSOJ MCDICIIE 10., ST. LOCI8. tako it froui inc. Chican o Inter Ocean. nraos960KeQe8aB3eoeQ80cecttaoffia Cincinnati. tho 420 drops. Cor. Vow York Sun. Notice to Stockholders. rl o It isn't fair to give a Detroit girl nway banks of Montezuma creek in Colorndo possibly, but truth will out oven in n it not a myth. Tito work of excavation newspaper. Detroit has ono nmong its is now going on und?r the direction of countless pretty girls who was in tho agent of 1 alo college, wjuich hns sc- country iu February, and ono day bIio oured tho remains. Tho reptile (for so it happened out toward tho cow lot about milking time and wns nsking tho man is classed), judging from its vcrteb;u ribs, etc., must havo been nt lea it 100 soveral questions. "Why don't you milk that cow?" phc feet long. Tho ribs measure 13 inches in width. Tho Ixmes nro imbedded in n nsKcu, JHjiming 10 ono 111 nn unjoining lot. "Becaur.o she's dry, miss." hillside of coarse sandstone and distribThat innmmoth fossil discovered on tho 1111 Tossll of at Mnuimotli llcptlle. Crnptty. Chin-Kiiu- i. nt NORTH WEST, -"- re-gio- u Double Daily Trains 4212: ZCUZUlvfai& x Hi Jifio Pri-tt- jrJB.BKES W E' TrT'R'VnR! Ks 5 BHsti(MSfMsVBSaaMSSflHSaiassMSSaHSaSHsisssasssBMssHsslaBaHBavsssssall - LfM 1 tfV imix2l 1 H.r.1 t"tw 'IVVVVMENM esni Mt "W JrLBmalTD ltnt trti 1 1 11 & RAILWAY. Washington, tosl-tion- s, LI YEHV STABLE n h JOHN I, well-liow- f 1 val-h'- j ; tti 22,000-poun- rUtii-riiiii- d 1 ("it.t-c- t iwh-P- QfiSP a t 94 ', . 110 W&& " tf v ;.OJ 1W taa asSa 9. - CINCINNATI, Hn-ram- 11111I Lo-iis- , lo-twe- en Thonxnul-ltenjiroluctlori- or New York, Boston, 11 NEW TABLER'SDII C BUCKEYELlLC Majra-zln- OINTMENT world-wld- o I'nn-ales- ," CAHUDLINASa proto-Corinthia- n l o es WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM pat-ten-ia a-- YMMIEME FOR 20 YEARS ' I f I ; Tcle-urau- h. jy-iTrTam- " --- " Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal! - THE FOUR KENTUCKY SADDLE GAIT! ';?ih-- Stanford, Ky., May 10, 1893 W, P. WALTON GETTING EVEN. Mr. T. E. C. Brinly Has the following lonjy about the Klcctropmte nJ htw It cuicsafter.cllcctsol I. at Grippe. Olfico Itrinly, lilies Manly Co., Louisville, Jan. 30, 189). Gents: Whl!e atlerdlng the Memphis Klr tome months (go, I wm attacked with seveie piini in my nrmi and lgs, the effects of grlrpe of last winter. I tuet your agentthcre, Mr. Harbett, who It an old ft lend, and he inslurd that I uvi the. Etectropoireathti odlcr, which I did with wonderful remits. In a short time the pains let me and I concluded to rent a '1'elne When my rental lime had expired I bought it, and would not part withlt for anv consideration, certainly a wonderful trfulmcnt, and It m mote wonderful as to how it does Its work, yet it dos it. I think it li the duty of every man to male known to the alllictcd any thin that will be of any benefit to them, and tho Klectropoisc ceitaluly will. Very Respectfully, T. K. C. IIRINLY. Mr. Ilrinley itone of the oldest and belt known plow manufacturer in the country. The disoaset cured hy tho Klectropulsst are m.t confined to any particular claw of ailment lly lit iitflotyccn it abtuilxl thrcugh the porn and membranes, adds strength and vigor to the entire system, and will cure any disrate where there It vitality to build on and a cure li pottiMe We In rite alt to call or writo and get lull particulars DUIIOIS A WKIII1, Korm 10, Norton Mock, Xorthwcft corner I'ourth and JcfTeriun Streett, Louisville, Ky Hnw at Irtrtly Tenant tlio Hest of n Cruel LHiutloril. fnt "If you enn't pay your rent inoro promptly, out you go," tho hnrtl, unfeeling lnntllonl paid, and to verify tho words ho tncketl up n card in front of tho house a card ho always kept rendy for emergencies and which ho had brought with him: TO Lr.T. "WVvo llvctl hero fivo and you comes homo, ho'H liuvo tho money," paid tho littlo woman who, with hor Biimll ltd family, occupied tho Iioubc. "I want my money when it's due, not two weeks afterward," reiterated tho landlord. "I'm losing flesh and turning gray trying to collect my rents," and ho shuffled Off. "It's dead mean," paid tho littlo woman, "llo's a hharh, that's what ho is. I'd liko to poo him get mo out when I pay retit regularly if it ain't just to tho minute." Then sho sat down and formulated a littlo woman's plan of action, which Li always victorious. at tho doorbell. "This hotifo to lefr" "Yes, ma'am." "Can I go through it?" "Certainly. Walk right in." Falls Branch Jellico Goal Co., Then tho littlo woman opened a door. "This is the parlor. It's now iwijiered. Miner. and shippers of the GENUINE Wo did it ourselveu on account of tho dampness." "Oh, is tho houyo damp? Is that why Try it. We arc the sole stents tor Stanford and you aro moving?" Kcwland. Oftict corner ot Depot street and railroad crossing. "Hero's a bedroom ofT very conven6 IIIGGINS A WATTS. ient. When tho children hail scarlet fever, I used this room for them" "You don't mean to bay you'vo hail hcarlet fever" ROWLAND, KY. "It was very light. They wcro very much worno off with tho measles. Como HARDWARE, DEALER IN GROCERIES, up ptairs, ma'am. Aro you afraid of "Ting-a-ling-a-ling- haven't lost a dollar by us. When George " Snitilletitilta. s'omo commotion in Tlioro pcems to tho turf journals fts regards tho pacing horso. For the southern brecdor tho question of tho horso is not tho fancy pacer ot trotter which can stop tho watch at 2:(b or 2:12, but the horse of a general utility type, which will answer tho purposo of tho farmer who horsebacks to town and tho townsman who is in search of n pleasant afternoon's outing. Tho fancy gait is speedy, and at the present stngo of development in converting pacers and trotters it is a very happy and pleasant desideratum in tho general purjioso horse. A pacing horso can be converted into a trotter, and vico versa. From tho pacing instinct wo get all tho comfortablo saddle gaits, and the present prices of trotting bred etocK should emourago southern breeders tc go into the market and buy mares of that class from which southern saddlers and rondsters cnu bo produced. The Kentucky saddlo horso is the south em saddler, and in addition to tho saddle propensities ho can bo broken to drive iindly and thus mako n combination horse. From an exchango wo tako tho follow-ininteresting description of tho Kentucky saddlo gaits and feel no hesitancy in suggesting that breeders of tho 80uth havo an eyo to tho breeding of horses which will compare with tho standard of gaits as hereinafter described. The extract which follows ia from Reynold's Horso Register. Tho words aro tliese: b-- j g facing la tlio llmo of All Cnni.'ortuble -ft Original Jellico Coal. modification of the Tliu fox trot IrtMinplr true trot, unil wlillo It Is notntruo cllnuoniil motion it ilcji.irtt from It tlmiily In tho fact that the forp foot touches tlio ground Mlk'tit)-iadvance of tlio diagonal hind foot. It Is iwrlrjin the slow est of tho dlttltictlvu or artlfl-cinddloKnlK but It Is nbovo all other an nil dit'Kalt,and u horc ixusosslnc It tnperfee tlon will iktImp mako a longer Journey from Hinrivs to smihct under saddlu than at any other K.Mt, A horso can travel 75 miles n. day Ht t hi unit, and at night neither hor.--c nor rider Is six will be MTlouoly tired. Tho rate of to seven mile an hour for most horse. The horo w !imi going at this gall should always bo ridden with n l(oo reln.iw he gcticrullycur rli hit hend low. nl gjx-c- d From tho foregoing suggestions the and Shoes, Clears and Tobacco. OhU by tho barrel. Will talc country produce in exchange for cckkIs at market price I am also scent lor the old reliable llrodhcad Tobaccos and will leepa full tine of there (roods in stock, and all I ask of the merchants of Manlord and ilowland is to give me their orders and I will put the goods to their huuscs at Factory prices. I hanking the public for liberal patronage, I ask a coullnuonce of tame, and remain your ledlnt servant. J li. HIL'ION, Jjiyr Itoots Itlvrr Ssll for sale POSTED. This neilje forewarns hunters, Ashernirc and others net to trespsss on our lands without permission, as all tuh will he prosecuted In the lull est ealrnlof the law. Signed' "Good gracious, let mo out I wouldn't have tho Iioum) as a gift!" "Oh, thero's no danger. It's a very convenient Iiouho if it isn't healthy. There's an undertaker fn tho next block, and tho doctor lives next door. His bell keeps us awako all night." Sho repeated this formula 100 times a day until tenters shunned tho placo as a plague prut, and tho puzzled landlord tore down tho card and renewed tho leaho. Detroit Freo Press. J obtain valuable ideas. Of tho running walk the same authority has this to say: The running walk fo simply a modification of the trot, but tlio hend Is carried higher than In the fox trot or thu ordinary walk, and tho hind foot take the ground In ndvancoof tho diagonal furc foot, hlrh brrnkN tho concussion. A rlMr rein is generallyIkheld here than In the a faster one end may' fox trot, mid the paeo In carried to a a.nluuto gait beforo thu Iiotm' ! forced out of lu Tills Is n moro showy gull than the fox trot, and In It tho jkiImj of Lhu horxi IbKUth as to give liim moro of n climbing notion lu front In the, runniugwnlk tliesound of the foot fulls Is not unlike that of tho ordinary walk quickened, and tho feet tako the ground In the nunu order. It might bo do. rrrlled a a variation of tho tmo walk by Imuirtliig toltaneliistio or ltoundlng quality. Trotters In linrueM fnsjuently get nuuy at this gall when slnrtcd sudilonly unit under a linn pull on tho bit U'foro they jettlo to tho true ktroVu. trainer of tho horso in tho fox trot can T. K M. V. II. MAYS. O C LYON, FKKD RAHMANS I. I. NKWI.AND. WllirK. M A LACKOWIFZ. No l!terleiir. MKS MAKTIN J I. I1KCK. -- owv Bvoocl?- tatool rRKI I had a malignant breaktnf out on my leg and well lelow the knee, and with two and a half Other blood medicines had failed BHBJB Will C. IIfaty, to do me any good. .TRADE! I Trnvntwl .. Irmilitl rae from otitlclkorMl W Itll 1111 HI- of Tetter, nnd thrrei buttle uf cured rnoticrmniir'iiwy. " . . .. WW The ra k. or side Jork, ns it Is Bomctlrnej railed, l a modilicatiou of tho truo twice. In whli'li tlio hind fool strikea tho ground In advance of Its leading fore foot. This gall admits of a wide rangoof Kl''d, Ny from four miles gait. Thin is an hour to faster than a n favorite Middlo gait with Indies and teems tioltur Milted to I lie side Middle than any other. Few gentlemen like it as well us tlio fox trot, though It has niton been urnt as an nil duy 1 hiiMnevi gait, and of the two It Is more, readll) taken than tho regular luuing tendency. The slnglo fiMit, or hlnglo footed walk, cannot U- - clnM'd as either a diagonal or a lateral gull. It Is exactly Intermediate between a trot and a lleliluil. pace, or, if )oii please. Is cti h an exaggeration "Mamma," pipod littlo of tho fox trot as to bring it half wnyto the Gracio from across tho breakfast table titrknr rlii) ltni K.ich foot seems to move lndriMndrntl of one Monday morning, "how many moro pth't, nnd thosame Intervalwith either of the of ttmoelitpes ixvtween each foot fall. It is seldom seen In days beforo another Suuday comes?" harness. H Is a fast gall, generally not legs "Six." replied mamma promptly. than H mile mi hour, w hlrh (.an Imi IntrtHMil "Oh. I wtr.b 'twas 10." Miiil tho tot. gait. It affords tho smnotheit n my love, is Sunday such a lono-Pom- o Int of nil tho galls, betaiinc that Krtlnu of the "Why, day for you as that?" nnlnml whli li Mipimrts tho saddle upparcull) "Yes, it's youesome, and," hanging glldenevenlyforwanl, while each qunrternuir-In- g ly niiM's none of that iKiundlng her littlo head, "I get po dreilully 'hind lolling that n Lninjwiiieb tho trot or pace. or wif my towing." Exchange. Karh of tlii four gaits described is good t'llMlKt. Manager Yes. thero aro a few vacancies in my company. Have you been on tho stage long? Lady Alxatt 10 years. "Ah, thou you hnvo had a good deal of experience?" "N-o- , I can't wty that I havo." "But you acted?" "No. Thero was never anything for mo to do." eo. You havo been in Urn com"Ah, pany of a great actre.s who wrote tho plays herself." New York Weekly. Mtnnstllc.l.T Our book on Wood and Skin DIaraar mailed Hwirrtirixmu Co.. AtUuU.ua. free. n I1AS.K"' It."' -- GOOD PAY ! FOR GOOD WORK! For Ladii-- s or Gentlemen ! $5 to $500 Cash! According to rmilta accomplished ; in addition to a liberal comiuieMon of twenty per cent. Also GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS, Impossibilities or Uncertain ties. Every thing Fair, Honorable, Plain and Positive. lYo fc'co programme in tho WeeRly Eiiiirei of our Fourth Am ual Oiutot nuionj AenLi for largest ilulm. KaTAu Agcmy for tho 'NVnuxi.Y Enqi:iw:k ia a profitable busincts. It is tho bcit school in the world to prepare one for a business contact with tho to business public, a fitcpping-stonqualification and future prosperity. o Wo want good Agents to solicit for Tho inducements ar subscriptions. extra good. ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. Wandering Willyum (at tho sido door of tho country villa I know, mum, you won't rofusu to given littlo pomethiug to n pore man. I liavu faith in your good heartednts, mum. Tho Lady of tho IIoumj (slamming the Journal. door with unction) Yes, but it's faith The rutting lp if Fleet eft. without works. Chicago Record. There is a good deal of science in the proper handling of sheep, and besides Tliur or li). knowing nil should "Ah," sho said in an enraptured milli- ndopt all tli" this the sheepmanmethods improvements in gloner, "don't you welcome tho golden, of pieparim his wool for the market. rious sunset?" replied Reginald. "You Wo would urge upon his attention the condiwhich aro neces-ar- y know it's about at sunset that a fellow following, tliOM) who do a business in tions for can put on a dress suit and ftd liko a wool' Tho bellies, skiits, fribs and all gentleman." Washington Star. rubbish should be put up with merely ono or two ties of the beat hemp twine A Cri'itt Srliriiic. glased twine1. .luck How aro you going to spend the or Many gtowets still fail to realizo the Mimmer? wools resulting from the Tom I'm going to put it in traveling injury to their This sisal costs but ' ltsi. of sisal twine. from ono summer resort tonnothor until r or fi cents per pound, but it is weighed I lind a girl worth a million or two wool costing from 20 to ISO cents who wants to be loved and married for withpound, so per that tho, manufacturer has Truth. henelf . not only to make a reduction m price suflleient to protect himself against lois Obstacle. An liikiipt'i-uliltof weight, but alho to guard against the damage of tho goods by tlio sal fiber. Amerii-ahemp twine possesses many in tying lleeces, and advantagfs for WA Xi& everything considered, cost, etc., is perhaps to be preferred to any other. It has stifiigth, lightness and a glazed surface, while its cost is very much in its favor, it Ixiug nltout half tho prico of the litvn twine used m Australia. Tlii re are about 1.(100 feot of twine in a iound, and allowing a most geuorous estimate of 10 feet to each ileeeo tho cost per lleecu would bo only of act nt. The Australian wonlgrowerw use alaiut Ih o feet to tie each fleece. All the twine t 'quir'd is enough to bind tho flecco so thnt it can lie easily handled in An insnnco recently transportation. Misa Rickctts Why don't you marry brought to our notico shows to what Mr. Munn? Aro your parents opposed foolih lengths sotno woolgrowers will to it? go in tho use of soft juto twine, thero beNo, but Mr. Munn ing 120 feftusedtotiouponelittlo ileece. Miss Glddoy seems to be. Vogue. What was tho result in this particular instance? The wool did not bring as The Trouble. much ns tho same grado of wool tied up "One thing sure, I don't foil half as with proper twine, because tho fluffy, many collars and cults since I'vo Jiad fibrous matter could not lie removed this laundress." from tho wool, and tho finished product "Is sho extra good?" was in consequence flecked and flawed. "No, but half tho time Bho doesn't send Field and Farm. them home. "Chicago Inter. Ocean. for tho light, general purposo horse, and tho pace and single foot being very fast aro well ndapt'-- for high speed. Horses with tho tiliovu gaits can easily lie had in the gulf states at a small outlay, and as general purpoM) animals will always Southern Live Stock bo in demand. l!t "Y-a-a-s- ," , j i ah-iie- - u-- one-eight- h Tlmnin Minw-- of tlio Ontario AgrlrnHtirut CoUorc- Writes of It. It bears a clo?o rcxcmblanco to tho Swede turnip in tho early stages of its growth, but it usually attains a greater height than tho turnip and produce PERSONAL GOSSIP. moro stems and leave1?. It has a fusiform and stringy root, while that of tho turJohn D. Rockefeller, tho millionaire nip is bulbous. On averago soils, when oil magnate, is a great advocatoof phys- grown in drilU, it usually renches tl ical culture. height of fron to 2 feet, but on soil Mrs. Pierpont Morgan's corresponds very rich in vegetable matter it ence is so largo that eho is obliged to attains tlio height of nt least employ a privato Eecrctnry. feet. Thero are several varieties of rrpr. Stephen B. Elkins is to hut tho only kind grown ns a pa'turo havo his portrait painted by Benjamin in this country is known as tho Dv:.t Essex. Constant, tho French artist. Like tho turnip, rape is adapted to tor.1 Josiah Quincy, the assistant secretary erato climates. In all probability it w.1! of state, is a strong believer in crema- bo found to grow in temperatures tli,.' tion as a means of disposing of tho hu- aro inclined to bo cool rather than warm. man dead. It 6eems to grow moro vigorously in our Father Qeorgo Deshon, acting superior climnto in the late rather than the early of tho Paulist Fathers, graduated in the summer, and it continues to grow until samo class with General Grant nnd was tho time of Eevere frosts when not main scrvico during tho earlier yearo of the tured nt an earlier period. It is scarrely war. probable that rapo will livo through the Mrs. JelT Davis being in strnitened cir- winter in this latitude and yet retain cumstances, tho Charleston Nows and sufficient vigor to produce a crop of sec'i Courier urges that sho bo mado president tho following summer as in Great Brit of tho South Carolina Industrial and ain. When tho rough leaf has mado a good Normal Collego For Women. rape, tho cultivator may Ik Sixty-onbo retired 6tart in the naval officers will introduced. It should run as close tf on account of tho ago limit during Presi dent Cleveland's administration. The the lino of the rows ns ia consistent witi the best known is Rear Admiral Gherardi, tho safety of bo plants, nid 4ho culti frequent until tho tops who will retiro from nctivo duty on Nov vation should of tho rapo have mado a near approach 10. 1894. between the rows. When tho land D. O. ilall of Spartansburg, Pa., has clean, no hand hoeing is required ono of tho finest coin collections in the but when it is foul it will be necessary tc 6tata It comprises over 0,000 pieces go along the line of the drill with tin and contains a coin of each of tho 12 hand ho? once or twice to remove weeds Cresars, said to bo tho only complcto se- which iec-- not of neccssitj cost more ries in tho United States. than $1 per i.ere. No attention is given Letter Carrier Charles Tyler of New ordinarily to thinning rapo. York city has been 48 years in tho servRapo is an excellent pasturo for sheep ice, and in that time, it is estimated, nnd lambs and for cattle thnt aro being walked 800.480 miles. When ho entered fattened, and so far as wo can judge tho service thero wcro only six carriers from our limited experience it will nlsr attached to tho office. Now thero are furnish good pasturo for swine. The about 1.200 nutritive ratio of green rapo as given b Wolf is 1:2.9, wliilo that of red clover in STAGE GLINTS. blossom Honly 1:5.8. The t sti nt to which rain; may bo grovvn Fanny Rico will sail for EuropoMayCO as ji catt li crop is only limited by tho debo gone two months. to sires of the farmer and tho nnttiro of the Elizabeth Marbury is taking a needed season ns to tho presence or absence of rest among tho hills of New England. luoiftnrt'. It may follow nny grain crop Nina has been en- that has been reaped early nnd that has gaged as prima donna of tho O'Neill been sown with grasses or clovers. In 1891 we grew rapo in drills on 2.18 acres Opera company nt Charleston. Courtcnay Thorpo, now with tho Cogh-lan- of land wliieh had already produced an proposes to tako n company of his extraordinary crop of wheat. Sixty lamb were pastured on the rapo grown upon own upon tho road next season. it for 25 days without any additional Criptie Palmoni will star in "Aunt :"..gregato increase in ltvr Sarah." a comedy written by his broth- food. Th weight was at tlio rate of 179 pounds pei er, John W. Palmoni, next season. acre, which at G cents er pound give "Alabama" is to bo taken on tho road $S.S)5 as tho food value of tho rape withnext season by Clement Bainbridge with out considering the increase in valtto of several members of tho original company the ori final weight of carcass. in tho cast. As a cleaning crop wo havo found none James F Hoey, Yolando Wallace, that will compare with rape in all round Mark Smith ami tho Clipper quartet effectiveness. On soils suitablo to its havo signed with Rico's "1 102" company giowth idiutM. any of tho more noxious for its New York run. forms of weed lifo can bo eradicated in a Mary Anderson-Navarr- o has spent tho single Fiason with wiso management, winter in tho south of Franco and ex- except in so far ns tho seeds remain in pects to go to Switzerland this summer the ground. Dakota Farmer. Sho is at work leisurely upon hor stage Hie Mieep I.oiuc. reminiscences Tho sheep louro is also known ns the Albert Ellcry Berg has completed a red sheep 1oum Its head is of a red colwar drama called "North and South," or and tho body of a palo yellow, marked which presents historical hapieiiing with dark bauds. It is generally found along with tho lovo affairs of a northern on the sides of the neck and on tho inner officer and a southern bello. parts of thb thighs and tho arms. It Helen Kinnaird has resigned from John causes much irritation, and the sheep Stetson's forces and sailed for England manifest much uneasiness. Sheep that April 20. Sho will remain nbroad until havo been dipped regularly each yea' tho opening of tho fall season, when sho aro freo from lice as well as ticks. Per joins Baniel Frohman'a company, having sian insect powder is suro death to all been engaged to play tho Duche:-- in insect life with which it comes in cor? "Americans Abroad." and tho part of tact. It is cheap and would bo a good the Guardsman, created by Caroline Hill, leinedy for tho lice. Tho insect iow-dcin tho London production of that play. can be un-- to hold tho lice in check till Pie hPi.i can lie dipped after shearing. TURF TOPICS. A lotion composed of the following will kill lice: Lard, 1 pound; flowers of sulRedmont, 21, will bo out with tho phur. 2-- ounces, and creosote, 20 drops. pacers this season. This is not the insect that produces tho Martha Wilkes will have a scab, but it Mill cause tho sheep to pull bicyclo sulky this year. their wool, aud they will not thrive. Road reform is a livo issuo in this Exchange. country and a growing one. f.'ieMoek Points. alNelson, 2:10. will haul a An excellent system is that adopted at uminium bicyclo sulky this season. some of tho agricultural colleges hy James I. Cnso has for tho third time which tho young students tako a score card and judge of an animal according been elected mayor of Racine, Wis. to figures on tho caul. The parts of a proA maro owned nt Ilart, Mich., has horso or cow are all ticked off aud named duced two sets of twins in two years. upon the card, with a scab of figures in Alix. 2:10, trotted 11 heats below 2:ir dicating tho degrees of excellence. The last year a phenomenal feat for a young farmer or live stock student takes old. tho card, examines the beast all over and Seven men in tho stand threo judges sets down in tho blank spaces the figures threo timers and tho clerk is tho new which he jui.ges belong there. Then th.j rule professor takes the card and reviews tin Gcorgo Starr will begin tho season youth's knowledge of tho subject aud with at least seven 2:20 performers in sets down his marks opposite that youth's his stable. name. In this way students will learn If tho trotting record is l educed as to judge at sight of the weight, qualities, much this year as it was last, wo will etc., of nil farm animnls nnd will not betaken in in buying. They will also hi have a mark below 2:00. Experiments show that aluminium fitted in a scientific way to become horseshoes wear as long if not longer judges ut ugrictiltui.il fairs. The tune is coming when tho successthan those made of steel. ful farmer or live steel: man will need to boa graduate of an agricultural college AROUND THE THRONES. to hold his own in his occupation. IgTho Duke of Connaught is said by the norance, siijk rstitiou and old hunkordom queen to more closely ro&omblo his father will no longer go in the farming and live in personal appearance and disposition stock business. than any other of his sous. The live stock seore cards in use at th Pripcess Gortschakoff, daughter of the agricultural collegia ought to bo also priucoss, noo Stourdsu, and granddaugh- distributed among tho farmers nnd live ter of the great chancellor, will soon etot'kmeu of the couutry, so thnt they marry Prince ICouliaeholT, a captain in may employ their leisure moments learn ing the points of perfect animals and the tho czar's guards. Tho king of Dahomey is said to have right names of tho various divisions of 2o0 wives, tho sultan of Turkey S100, the tho Hiiitii.il anatomy. G. B. Morris won sSO,000 on tho race shah of Persia 100. the king of Siain COO. tho king of Ashanteo 3,000 and tho em- course with his horses last year. The list of losers is not given. peror of Morocco 0,000. Tho rapo plant, liko tho turnip, will It hns hitherto been tho law in Japan that if a woman was not married by n mako milk taste of it uuless fed to cows certain ago tho authorities picked out n with care. For sheep in tho fall, howman and compelled him to marry her. ever, nothing is better. Do not let your idle horses feed too Tho mikado has just abolished this usage. Archduke Francis Ferdinand of Aus- high and stay in tho stable without extria on his tour through India noticed ercise or they will catch azosturin or that tho Rajah Patiala, when ho was pre- hteuioglobimiria, a veterinary surgeon sented, woro a turban with n double row eays. Muybe ho means fullness of blood of diamonds and Innumerable pearls and and blood 'Masoning, but ono is not quite other gems and learned that the rajah sure. Anyhow, whatever it is, wo are not going to 'ot our horses catch it if we had bought them from tho Empress can help it. JSJO.OOO. for f , sr. -- MA RAPE. rrofesor THE ADVOCATE Cemet to you every other day In tho year tor only $2 Theeheapest and beti piper In Kentucky 'c.c gett it three month. Addrctt Tub Advocate, Danville, Ky. i7 Nqw Butcher Shop. We have opened a Ituteher Shop in the Dr. Hocker home on Depot St., and will keep always on hand 1 son'f-time- '- All Kinds Wc will also run a delUery waBon to Kowlan.l to terve the people thcie. CRAIG & MATHENY. . of Fresh Meats. .10., TheP eople ot Stanford AND LINCOLN COUNTY. Thanking vou lor your liberal iatronaBe for Ice ' r"Peetfuly "fl""t it. continuance i.,,? IS"'coming scaion. Indeed I expect all to MANUFACTURED For triraa ronnnt ""- !. I ICE, lit e j i it t. uiaue dv a home rhVi'i""!0,0- - StCOtld thf JSe "bsolutely and pure, belnp made frcm inrine vvhich I, rirtt dittilled and then carefully filtered .(rff i nB o"D- - T.N"1' Artificial Ice will 5.nd ice- - F,)ur,h- - an 'Pldemlc of cholera is lor during the year and nothing it to apt to produce or tpread thlt diseato as impure water or Ice. Kifth.it will be Delivered Regularly and t your Doors Punctu-al- l l Eveiymorrlng at tbe following Pricet: For 100 poundterover 4oc per hundred. For jo poundt to too 4JC per hundred. For 10 to so poundt.- 50c per hundred. No lets than 10 poundt delivered. 1 E. KREMEK. ..TAKE 11 THE.. - (D) lOUISYIUt.MtWAlBA'Tt MHMHnHMtfariR'' Hr(.(3 CHICASQ THE POPULAR AND DIRECT ..LINE TO., Berti-Ilumphro- (CHICAGO s, potsWW ..And.. JTOHTM "WffligT. WORLD'S FAIR Vititorn. remember the Monon it the line, with Vestibuled Trains, Diihhk Cam, I'abce Chair Cars, 1'ullman llulTet Sleepers, at lowett rates. For information addreit IAS. HAKKER.O p. A ,CHcago. V.G. CKUSH.JD. P.;A.. LcuitvilU The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Chronic Disease Specialist in the State. s r t Kr W J. S. APPLEMAN M. D ' 9 THE CELEBRATED English Specialist. Formerly 1'ioleitor of Practice of Medicine, Electrical Medical College, TORONTO, CANADA, Now Kxamln-n- Physician of the Southern Medical Institute, LOL'ISVILLK, KY. Will be at Myers House, Stanford Tuesday, May 23, one day ijnly. Returning every four wicks duriug the year. Dr. Appleni.tu i a K'aduatrcf Hello ue Iloipit-a- l Medical College, New Ytrl Ot), and the Medical Collecc, Toronto, Canada. Ilohai nade a special study tit the diseases ho titaled m tho givat llcllevuc ard Chant) Hospital lor sev er.il years and rccnniresrioiiiiririor m diagncsiDu and treutintr Chronic Diseases, lie devotes all of chtcmi and iiertoiu his time to the diseases of lie ill tries and his f kill at an expert iu TiimW sue tin class of 1 Jirv. it well established Klec-rical cesslully, and Permanently Cures Acuto and Chrcnic Catarrh, Ringing lu Ears K.ir, Nose, Ihioat Dcilnbti., Dma.esuf Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and Illadder troubles, iiught's I srase, Dulietet, Dyspepsia, Ccssti- faiiou, Rheumatism aud Puralysit, KpIIeptyor cured. Youtiu; or middle aged mm niflVrjiij; from liupotcncy. Eruptions, the results of errors or excess's, stii'itld call hetore- It is ton late We gurantte a euro if case hat not none too far. Superfluous hair and all erupuons of the faco permanently removed. a, - Blood and Skin Diseases. Menstruation, Displacement ot Womb, bearing down pains in back, relieved In short time. The Doctor carries all his portable Instruments and comes prepared to examine the most obscure medical and surgical caset. He undertakes no incurable diseases but cures hundreds given up to die, At Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, "tc, cured by never failing remedies. Diseases oi women, such at Leucorrhea, painful CONSULTATION FREE And Confidential. Address Louisville, Ky, En-Sen- ie J. S. APPLEMAN, M.D., y A.J-, 9 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal In Loving Memory of Mrs. Nannie Key-Raid- s. THE P. 0. MILLINERY. post-offic- At tho homo of her motlior, Mrs. Non nio Reynolds, wlfo of Ex. Reynolds, passroom and see tho Call at the J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Published Every Tuesday and Friday ed peacefully to rest on tho morning of AT 34111, 1893. the 13th of Mny. Sho was born in 1SC8 2 PICK YKAll IN jVD VANCK fc: and was united to tho man for whom sho charged.-- S THE HACKNEY THE COMING HORSE. fir When not so paid 82.60 will be Of Millinery In town, The goods and prices are Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and mndo a most loving and true companion bound to please you. An. Excellent Itoardlng department. Catalogues and circulars furnished nn application. o MRS. P.T. COURTS. Dr. V Seward Webb Snya He Ta anil Gives when she was 19 years old, Dec. 30, 'SO. the llettsons. A very touching and appropriate servico K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ..NEW LINE OK.. MEN'S AND BOY'S Dr. W. Seward Webb, president of was held by Rev. J. II. Julian at Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning tho Wagner Palace Car company and Train naves cemetery Sundaj morning, in Spring; Miat 5 '.30 p. m. of tho lato W. H. Vanderbilt, the presence of a largo a&eembly of is 0110 of tho millionaires who havo un L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. dertaken to improve tho live stock of friends, who gathered to pay their last Just received and ready for inspection. Call and ceit. .t 7 P tribute of resnect to this dear one. Hard Mail train going North 113pm this country. They could ecarcoly do ...- South MISS LICCIE IIEAZLEY'S. is it to lose such a friend, whom . 5' V" anything moro useful. The United States Indeed SUnfcrd.Ky Eiprcti train.." South rn ,t North must develop the finest live stock in the we love bo dearly. Sho was a dear wife; . -- . Ljcal Freight North...... .710 am world. ...,jj.- yes, in every net, deed and word, a true &oui- nOne of Dr. Webb's fads is tho hackney The latter trains Uo carry passengers. christian and her death is deeply touchThe above it calculated on standard time. Solar horse. Ho both imports and raises this im is about 10 minutes faster. breed. In n lato number of Tho Hack- ing, but how grateful her husband must havo been to have Been her so resigned ney Dr. Wobb writes: ROUTE. QUEEN & CRESCENT have returned Iron the cities with ajnice'.llno Although her death will ol IMillinery Ono thing above all others that makes and happy. which I will sell for a small profit. me believo that the hacknoy horso is tho be a shadow on his life on earth, he Gocds leftover, as fresh as this soiton't goods, Trains pass Junction City as follows: .MUST IN. No. 1, Limited, 11:35 coming animal for tho farmer to use on can meet her hereafter in that better from last season, I will sell at Special, arrires 8 40 p. m. No. 5, his native maro is that tho progeny , world, where no trouble or sorrow is to CASH ONLY. Q. &C. Special, 11:17 a. m.; No. 7, Fast Mail, arat a very early age. I havo on my be found. She was good In every accep- COST rives 11:43 p. m., leaves 11:43 - mfarm coming 3 well broken ine reason I uo this Is to reiluce m stock7of North. bound No. a, Q.A C, Special, 3:10 p. m.j to harness and well formed, aniinalsthat tation of tho term. Naturally we must goods so I will bo able to sell out my usi&ess at the first opportunity. 6 a. m ; No. 6, Limited, 3:15 am No. 4 leaves at I could market at a largo price this srieve for the one so dear and excellent, l corciuny invito Ine ladies to call and examine No. 8, Express, arrives 1:31p.m., leaves 1:3 p my their patronspring or next fall. They are largo bod- though I know no words of mine can age goods I also solicit a share ot M. IIRUCB, MRS. I, ied and weigh from 1,000 ixmnfls to bring comfort to tho sorely tried husStanford, Ky. 9 1, ICO pounds. I am keeping them for band, parents, sister and brothers, yet I breeding and show purposes. Now, take cannot refrain from expressing my deep BAUGH9IAN, a farraerwith a good native maro and and heartfelt sympathy in their alllic- let him breed her to a hackney stallion, FIRE AND STORM which should bo selected according to tion. knowing this dear ono ns intisize and finish of tho mare. The get will mately as I did, I can understand what a certainly be a large, 6olid animal that nt blow her death is. Sho was one whose 3 years can pull a plow or harrow or place will not beeasily filled in the world, .Representing., draw a farm wagon with a fair amount but we all are, oven in her loss, fortu OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. of speed and good action. Such an ani- nato in it, for she left behiud her a name mal is always worth from $200 to $230, unsullied, and which should be a pre- Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; and if it has big action it will bring very Call and sec them before buying, Every thing in the grocery line cious legacy to her husbanJ, parents, sis Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; much moro, perhaps $300. - m siiim. mfor sale cheap. Now, his neighbor has bred his mare, ter, .brothers and friends. Her life was Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; equal to tho other in every respect, to so pure and her christian faith ?o un- Ins. Co. of NorthJAmerica. somo trotting stallion at a large fee. He doubted that we may feel the blessed asmay get a fast trotter (the chance being surance that she has gone to tho homo All of which are Companies. I would A cream of tarter baking pow- about 1 in 200), and if ho does it will prepared for those who love and serve icics promptlywait o nmy friends in this line. tornaPol. be pleased to issued. Will insure against der. Higest of all in leavening cost him a great deal to develop it, tako the Lord Jesus. Dear N'nnnio'a death does, wind storms mud lightning. Lightning A. C. SINS without additional charge. J. N. MENIFEE Latest United States him off his farm business and in many has grieved me more than I can express, umce at first national Hank, hUnlorC. strength. ways bo a nuisance rather than a beneGovernment Food Report. fit. It may even be a curse to him, creat- and I desire to tender my sympathy to ROYAL'BAKINO POWDER CO., ing in his sons, should ho havo any, a the husband and each member of the liking for racing and fast horses, and so family and let us pray for ono another 106 Wall St., New York. take them off tho fann and wean them that tho time, whether long or short, from the wholesome life their father fol hat shall be granted us may bo well A. S. McKIKXEY, KY. lowed. I believo tho trotter has his place, spent, and that when this life, which at SURGEON DENTIST. and no ono appreciates one of this breed ia very short, shall come to Office over McRoberts Drug Store tntha i of horses moro than tho writer, but I du the longest Owsley Building. an end, a better may be given, which t have bought aboTe mentioned Hotel at Mc not believe that the averago farmer can, Stanford. Kinney and have attached a shall never end. One who loved her. by breeding his native mares to a trotting stallion, aid in tho development of Etta Goocii. First-Cl&- ss Sat and Fool Room. DR. W. B. the trotter, improvo his native &tock or Have repaired and refurnished the Hotel acd Excursions. World's Fair improvo his own condition in lifo eithui am better than ever financially or socially. I beliovo the trotThe O., H. & D. will allow stop overs Our facilities for giving the greatest values lor the least outlay, arc ter should bo raised in a wanner climate, at Cincinnati on all tickets reading that Prepared to Accommodate the Office South side Main street, in office recea unsurpassed. oriu a rair tickwhere ho has not to be housed so many way. Un all regular t acated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Public. montlis in tho year and by men who ets from the South or Southern Ohio muling via Cincinnati and the C, Special attention to Commercial Men. mako business and a study and have and 35S, 1'. W. GHEEN. Proprietor. r ill be althe facilities for developing tho speed H. AD. to Chicago, a JOE CARSON, Manager. lowed within the life of the ticket, and afterward. The best and largest piece of privpassengers can secure the stop-ovTHE HKST PI. AC K TO HUY Yet despite all this Vermont farmers ilege by depositing tho tickets with the - TOBACCO, pay $50 and $100 for the services of a Merchants and Manufactnrt'rs' Aseocia-tio- n FINANCIAL. trotting stallion when they could havo a at Cincinnati. For rates, folders Ever sold on this market for ten cents is R. J. Reyhackney or coacher free. nolds Tobacco Co.'a "R. J R." and ami full information regarding the THE NATIONAL world's trip, including eprcial induceA Trial is Convincing. Show Clydesdales. ments offered by the citizens of CincinTho picturo illustrates two animals of nati for stop over in tho Queen City, Sold by W. II. WEAREN & CO. and KARRIS & HAR31N. Stanford, Ay. BUILDING: LOAN ono of tho most famous strains of tho any C, H. & T) agent, or K.O. G. I and T. A. World's Fair Clydesdale family, tho Darnley blood. We reproduco it from Tho Breeder's Ga- Houte. 200 W. 4;h street, Cincinnati, O. Ky., X). zette. Has declared its Sovonth Annual Dividend All new stock and latest designs. It Should Be In Every Houso The, mare is imported and is owned in 'A per cent, por annum. This is the 171 Clay street, Sharpsburg, I'a , J. Wiscousin. She is a beauty, and the colt says D. Wilion, to without Dr. King's New Dis- nt largest net dividend that has cter been declarhe will not o Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, Largest and Best Selected Stock January thoMc-Kinne- y son-in-la- and Summer llinery 33n CLOTHING! New Stock MILLINERY. FOR South-boun- d Blue-Gra- P- 5 ss ma-tur- o P- - New Styles, H. J. McROBERTS. BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, J. II. INSURANCE AGENT" WATER : COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. - Mtolirfdy mMWT-MM- Pure first-cla- ss claus-esattach- OTHbp PRICE, Commercial & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The Hotel, Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. PENNY Dentist. :r.:t. -:- iti stop-ove- W Carry a Full Iino of Builders' Supplies. er CHEWING ad-dro- ASSN C. FOWE&I.. : : GE2TSR.AI. store, Of Louisville, Wall A. Paper ! LOGAN AVKN'UE, Stanford, Kentucky, Always'sells good' lower than any one else in ' ew stock of Fruits every Friday. town. Sggs For Hatching. .far sale a limited numU-- of Hlaclc I.ang-sha- n Ilrahma Eggs for sale from two very fine pens of fowK Orders promptly attended to. Ur,ihrr..,5i 50 per netting: Langshanjt. Scud in yoar nlcn. GEO. C. KELLER, JR., Stanford, Ky na-i-c r ' T nniit.igt I wilffrpen on January rath, i8,jj, a First-Cla- ts Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ol Jerssy milk to the people of .Stanford and How-lan- d atthalollowltig priced delivered: o cents Fresh Milk, per gallon 10 cents Snimrned Mdk, r gallon 8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon ..... Iwill make two trips dally. The patronage of the G. A. I'KVl'ON, public is solicited. Stanford, Ky 1 yr. 91-- anu tuey aro not expensive, yet li ono ALL desires ho can mako a homemade dip PkACriCAL.-- ., HOUSE and most of tho Colorado breeders are When Baby was sick, we javo her Castori. Of the season, of which she will hive lull control. this' kind that will answer very When Mm wa a Child, sho cried for Plumbers and Steam Fitters. She also engaged a At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and using well for killing ticks. Four pounds of When sho Locarno 31 fas, alio ciuui; to C.utorla. have in connection with Hotel one of the best saDealers in all kinds of Iron and Hrais Goods lor FIRST-CLAS- S loons In the State, open day and, night; a night refuso tobacco or steins will mako 20 steam and water. Sanitary Ooods of all kinds. All man meets all trains. In connection with Housr When she lind Children, she efvethem Ctvstorla. and have also one of the best Mineral wells in the StaU gallons of dip. DEESS MAZER. work guaranteed against defective material 37 wisrkmanstnp, nnd for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs Threo pounds of whito arsenic disMr. and Mrs. Floyd G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Warren, Stanford, Dr. solved in 0 or 8 gallons of boiling water Call and examine my stock of Millinery before Erin, Tenn., A. A. buying and leave your order for your dresses. D. E. Proctor, C. H. Braum, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. nnd diluted with enough cold water to Thanking you for past favors wo solicit same, (f Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. K. U. Johnson, Co New Haven, Jim Cox. GreenshurK. Rates J per make 2o gallons is also a good tick In Glass. MAHV DAVIS DUDDERAR. day. J. M. f'etrey, clerk. Give me a rtll. is cruelty to animals not That's the way Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets eradicator. It I.W. CARRIER. Prop. Important oW OT STANFORD. KY., to dip lambs after tho old sheep are come. And it's a morealwajs freshpoint than you and reliable, It keeps them sheared if there aro any ticks in tho think. the ordinary pills in cheap wooden or pasteIs now fully organued and ready lor business its unlike flock. If tho head needs dipping, and it board boxes. They're put up in a better way, and they act Paid up Capital of - - $200,000 is usually well to do so, use tho hands in a belter way, than the huge, pills. CRAB ORCHARD afterward F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, for that purpose, allowing nono of tho No griping, no violence, no reaction Ji 000. Surplus, . before. - - - Kentucky. fluid to enter cars, eyes or mouth. The that sometimes leaves you worse otf than In that way they cure permanently. Sick London, dripping or drying of tho sheep can bo llilious Headache. Constipation, Indigestion SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL I have moved to my new Hotel and am better llllious Attacks, and all derangements ot the livfacilitated by n man or two in the BANK OK STANFORD, prepared than ever to accommodate the public. er, stomach and bowels, are prevented, relieved to squeeze out the fluid. Such and cured. Good Livery attached and every convenience de me a can. granules, a comNow closing up) with the same assets and undai They're tiny, sired. oie manipulation is quite likely to make tho pound of refined and concentrated vegetable exFRANK RILEY. ine same management. 77 Dy provisions of its chaiter, depositors are at dipping more effective, in that it works tracts the smallest in sire, the easiest to tako, This famed Summer Retort, with its National full nroteeiad as aia depositors for they're guarthe dip into all affected places in tho and tht cheapest pill you can buy, money is reBanks, its shareholdera being held individual! anteed to give satisfaction, or your A. G. Lanhan skin. B. Cattleman. John liable to the extent of the amount of their stock turned. You pay only for the good jou jcet. addition therein It is desirable to havo a clean lot to There's nothing likely to be -- just as good.' Soalin? Waters and Restful Sur- amount at the parInvalue thereof, in It may to thas act such shares. invested tnrn the sheep in after dipping, Lambs executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as roundings, rWumfl. itMmtma i)a4)W an individual. should be dipped after the old sheep are To those who entrusted their buisiness to us sheared, olso they will be almost deVntUtrt while mnaging the Lincoln National Bank ol A rxiimttfcut Re- Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and voured by the ticks that leave tho old trust they will continue to transact their business sheep for the better feeding ground supwith us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenplied by the lambs. The dipping vat is tion to tame, our twenty years' experience i$ banking and as liberal accommodations as are connot absolutely necessary to do the work, sistent with sound banking. Health and pleasure seekers will find this but is very convenient, and where largo flocks aro to bo treated it pays well to DIKKCTOKS: AN ADMIRABLE PLACE taKssssWOMNstessM BARBEE&GASTLEMAjN build it. Smaller flocks can be treated J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; in a large tub say the bottom third of M J, M. Hall, Stanford; MANAGERS,? To recover their wonted health and energies and an upright molasses hogshead or an orJ. S. Owsley, Stanford ; Vnnm at the same time secure iiutct, home.llkc fare at ArtcavtifiBrroim. dinary water tank fuuiwowunon KOAfiomo- 'Uswsus S.J. Embry, Stanford;) Building, Louisville case a table should or trough. In this Commerce be provided on one J, E. Lynn, Stanford; Bide of the vat, inclining toward tho latwtnownwar Agents throughout the South. Uhm Pr ce of Board from $7 to Ju pereek. A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgtvills; Cat tS,m ter, on which tho sheep can bo laid while J. F. Cash, Stanford ; eJASCPOND Fo further information apply to William Gooch, Stanford, Ky Chicago. III. the fluid is squeezed out of the wool and Visit? Oerrt S1S1"M AST. GUS HOKMANN, Hl S.H. Shanks, President. VT. . TBXB1LZ, Local AffMit, allowed to run back into the vat. Farm tlVWtftf!N ANTDIt INKS J. B. Owsley, Cathiei, ill tK. and Field, Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Ky. W.M. Bright, Teller. STANFORD, KY. CHICAGO 1 Notice to the Traveling Public. have had All its fumis are secured by first liens on ImprovIn many instances tho titles are in ed the avtociation until property is entirely paid for '1 his Is the largest, safest and most proaperou Association in the State. It does not deduct any sum wnatevrrirntn dues iorespen.es. Electric Dlttora. For particulars call on II. HELM or T. A RICE. Local Acts.. This remedy is becoming so well known and so Popular as to need no special mention All who OraddrtM John H Leathrrs, President, or C. M. ...... the same song of Phillips, licnsral V inager, Louisville, Ky. llilttrs 15 .iv. n.fil praise. A purer medicine does not eaisi anu u is CLYDESDALC TIUZE MARE AXD FOAL. guaranteed to do nil that is claimed. Electric is ono of tho liveliest Clydesdalo young- Hitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and KidlOii-uiI Pimples, sters ever exhibited. Tho "points" of neys, will remove cau.cd liylloils.Salt blood; and will impure other affections both are visiblo at a glance. Tho lest drive malaria from tho system and prevent as MornIOE wellascure all malarial fevers. For cure ol Head- We will type of Clydesdalo head is especially ache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Electric in tho colt. Both tho mare and Bitters. Entire satufaction guaranteed or money refunded. Price joe and Ji per bottle at A. K. the foal are noted prizo winners. In Stanford and Rowland and by 50 lbs. 10c per Penny s drug store. 50 Ibt. and too lbs 5c per 100 lbs. We arti very Slu-efor past patronage and rr.pccttully Dipping. The promptness and certainty of its cures hae thankful continuance In Will deliver Irom lb. up. A few pointers on this most necessary made Chamberlain's Cough Keineay famous. It M RS. JAN E HARROW A CO. IS croup is intended especially lor coughs, colds, performance for tho health of the sheep and whooping coughs, and is the most effectual will not bo out of place. A vat can bo remedy known fcr these diseases. Mr C. It. Main, a great used for tho purpose. This vat can bo ol I'ulon City, Pa., says: "I have1 warrant sale on every Chamberlain's Couph Remedy. mado water tight with tho aid of coal bottle and have never heard ol one failing tn nive jo cent bottles tar, and it may bo sunk into tho ground entire satilaction "Druggiit, Stanlord. for sale by H. McRoberts, My mother, Mrs. Kate Duddcrar, has just until ite top is lovel with tho surface W. Iron the cities with an elegant line of milCommercial dips aro perhaps tho best, linery, embracing real-etat- e. r.lL-ctn- covery for Consumption, Coughs und Colds, that it cured his wife who wit threatened with pneu monla alter an attack of La Grippe when various other remedies and several physicians had dime her no good. Robert Iiarber, of Cooksport, I'a , claims that Dr King's New Discovery has done he eer used for him more good thairauythinL' Lung Trouble Nothing Ilk it. Try It. tree trial bottles at A. K. Penny's drug store. Large bottles joe and J:. ed by any similar Institution doing business In the State. It has over a half million dollars aucts and Has Never Had a Single Loss. R. PENNY. Bo K.WKAHEW 9 Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in 2TOTICD3 Deliver ing at Every Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles nnd grades, Old Hickory Wagons, Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Uuggy and Wagon Harness, Saddles, Fields, Haled Hay, &c. K STRAUM, JK. T et 1 ITow Millinory. r. CLARK! Th-oFeooa THE SHELTON THE NOVELTIES STHAUB& CO., Valley. The finest fruit belt of New Mexico. No fall tire in crops under irrigation if properly attended to. All fruits grown in California can be gro;. In New Mexico, escept oranges and lemons. Land from $ij to $jo per acre on 10 years' time, t 6 per cent. Call on or addrevs, R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S.. hlanlord, Kj. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY. Farmers Rank&Trnst THE RILEY HOUSE Capital Stock Surplus I $200,000 20,500 Head-sch- c, sugar-oate- d SPRINGS. -- ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Insurance Company, Is Now Open for the ception of Guests. Attention of the public is invited to the fac only National flank in Stanford the provisions of the National Bank Act depositors are secured not only by tht capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor an amount equal to the stock, to that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five aworn statements ofthecondilion of tht bank art made each yearto the United States government and its assets are examined at staled title by government agents, thus securing addititcsa and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established at the Deposit Bank of Stanford in iSjg. then ucd at the National Bank ol Stanford ia iSoj and again as the First National Bank ol bunlord in iS8j, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of is years. It Is better suppli. now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long tad honorable career. Accounts of corporations, firms and Individuals respectfully solic- - "aimiaisine Under sn fldu-cian- Tbt Dirtctory of this Bank 11 composed ot T. J. Foster, of Slsnford; FeresuaReid, Lincoln county ; J. W. Uayden, Stanford ; S.H. BaughmanJ Lincoln; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Hocktr, Stanford; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. G. Welch, Stanford; OFFICERS.'P-TaU- k USA 3JV C3s. LINLV-,,l- Reasonable Rates. mtf iHi'ri ' ' J. S. Hocktr, President;! I John J. n.'cRobtrU.ttathitr; A. A. McKiubct, Assistant Cashier.