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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893052601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V "i V Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxi. LIBERTY. DANVILLE. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. MAY 26. 4893. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. -- NO. 25 WE SF.LL- - Llcenso was Issued on the 2IU1 to Mr. Willie B. Tucker to marry Mies Mary Oodbey. Mr. Aaron Kdrington was married on tUo 10th at this place to Mrs. y Kllen Sweeney, both of color. The wjih performed In fine stylo by Mr. A. J. Glbouy. Some dayB ago Park Vuught, Hying nenr Humphrey, this county, while nt work near Pulaski Station, took a young lady to a party. After escorting her home ho started for his hoarding place, but never returned. Ho waafounddead the next morning near a fence. As he had a pistol with htm it is supposed it went otT accidentally wbllu crowing the coro-inon- j at her home Wednesday morning. ed a picnic at the iron bridge on the Tho Blondell & Conkllng Comedy Danville pike Monday. Wednesday t t. . vu. ... ..i. morning Tom Slaughter was fined Sd.05 r mvoiiuniuK iiere .ii ween ai .i. The sexton's residence at tho Lanwie mis . MOUNTAIN for an ornameutal drunk. caster cemetery is receiving a fresh coat A party of several couples went of paint and being repaired generally. Miss Mildred Davis returned to Louisville Tuesday, after a visit to her down tho river on a picnic Saturday afJohn Robinson's advertising car was ternoon. They took their supper with here Wednesday and the town county eioter, Mrs. W. W. Wiseman. them and came home by moonlight. Mr. Klisha Chambers and Misa Anare flooded with show bills. The great W-A-TEICourt adjourned last Saturday after circus withstretch its canvass in Lancasnie F. Curtis obtained marriage license R having done two weeks' good work. The ter on June 17th. Wednesday evening. Both belong in Canary and Mocking Hird Cages, Hanging Baskets, Flowerj Crocks. grand jury returned 137 indictments, John Sam Owsley, Jr., one of the the West End. a cleverest hearted fellows in the world, New stock of Genuine Carbolic Sheep Dip. Prices reasonable. John Bailey, Eugene Cheatham and several of them against prominent lor trying shell games on show day. waB here Thursday on legal business. Al Peters, young colored men of DanSheriff J. L. Manning took Howard Judge N. Saudifer, of Danville, was in ville, have joined the lth U.S. cavalry Wood, convicted nt this term of court, town this week. J. Mort Rothwell is and gone to Ft. Robinson, Neb. and Smith, an escaped convict, to attending the Mt. Vernon court. Col. fence. John Kobards has sold his new 'bus r. l. ausiin: O. B. CAMrDRLL. II. Smith in town. Mr. John M. DunLogan Brown was tried before Judge to Embry, Dunn & Fox for f 500. But Frankfoit Monday night. Elder J. E. Terry preached at the can has returned to Lawrenceburg. Myers an an examining court on last Fri- one 'bus will now run to and from the The old frame engine houso is at day for Killing bin brother Lecy Brown. depot. Mr. Kobards went to Washing- Christian church Sunday. As soon sa There being no evidence susllclent to ton county Tuesday to buy a few South- his school isouthe will ccmeaud preach last to be torn hway and a new for the church tho remainder of the brick building will take its place. The hold him for circuit court, ho was ac- ern horses. cfc From the evidence before the Mr. Charles It. McDowell, of this year. Elder Terry is quite an able young lower Btory will bo made into an engine quitted. court It appeared that the three brothers place, aud Miss Lttlo It Saunders, were man, graduating with the honors of his room in front and a large police court- Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st.; wareroom, paint Logan, Sam and Lecy Brown, all uudor married at the Presbyterian church nt class, and the church has dona well in room iu the rear, whilo the second story and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. the Influence of liquor, started homo Syringtleld, Tuesday Tho bride's fath securing IiIh services. Rev. A. S. Petry? will consist of three offices, to be used , by the master commissioner, superinfrom Gilpin's Storo lato Monday oven-ing- er, the lie v. Miles Saunders, performed preached at Watts Creek school-housSunday afternoon. On the route Lecy demanded tho ceremony. tendent of public schools and the counloth. J. N. Sharp la in Barbourvillu this ty attorney. The cost of the building of Logan that ho must pay him some Rov. W. O. Goodloe, of Harrods-burg- , "Sign Work, artistic and plain. We guarantee A specialty. money thnt tho latter owed him. tagan soldier, and Elder week. Dr. H. V. Pennington aud II. M. will be divided between the county and an work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. will Jackson, of London, were hero Tuesday. town, each paying an equal amount. told him soveral times that It was im Win. Stanley, an pay tho amount, for deliver the addresses next Tuesday, J. L. Whitehead is in Louisville. Chas. A fellow giving his name as Llttrell possible for him to CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky. Jones and claiming to be a eon of Mr. James ho hadn't the money. No ploadings of when the graves of the Boldiers in the Gragg, Gharloy Brittain and left for the World's Fair Sunday night. Littrell, of this country, went to Mr. -- TO inability to liquidate tho debt at tho cemetery will bo decorated. THE- time would satisfy Lecy and ho told his Hon. French Tipton, of the Rich Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Mahan returned from Sweeney Morgan's, on the Crab Orch- brother that he would shoot it out of mond Climax, was in town Wednesday, their bridal tour Monday evening. They chard pike, Tuesday, and offered to sell him, gave him a kick and opened tiro the guest of Mr. S. V. Rowland. Mies are preparing rooms over Mahan & Co.'s two good yokes of steers for fCO. Mr. upon him. After firing two shot, Ugan Fannie Phillips entertained a large num- store and will begin housekeeping soon. Morgan suspicioned the fellow and told We call your attention to the Late Improved On last Friday night the Gatlitlian him he would take the cattle, but he giving back at the same time, aaid he ber of young peoplo at her home on Har Literary Society gave an open session. would have to accompany him to town thought ha would fire in the direction of rodsburg Avenue Tuesday night. The exercises were held at trie courtto get the money. They came in WedLecy to atop him from shooting, but Mr. Frank Gilcher and wife are in having three loads in his pistol they all Louisville this week. Col. James A. house aud it was crowded with people nesday morning and Mr. Morgan told went oft together, with fatl effect, as Fisher and wife are expected in Dan- to hear the young orators. 0. C. Law-so- Marshal Hamilton the circumstances and president, called the house to order Littrell was lodged in jail on suspicion. before stated. From Inquiries made of ville in a few days from St. Louis, if the living in that section, your correa colonel's health improves sufficiently for and then invited Judge Morrow to take Several parties who are acquainted with those the chair and preside over the meeting, Mr. Littrell'a family went to the jail but pondent learned that the one killed was him to undertake the journey. which he did with much grace and dig- failed to recognize the fellow as one of far the most dangerous and troublesome Charles Christopher and Mahala nity. The young men lind their pieces the Littrell children. He claims to have of the two. Dickerson, two very respectable old colwell learned and the orations showed living in Illinois for some years past. was county court day and Monday ored people, were married at the resithough unexpected on account of tho dence of Dr. J. M. Meyer on 1th street, that much. time aud thought had been Judge Robinson will investigate the case backwardness of the farmers, a good Thursday, at o'clock. Rev. T. Baker, given them. crowd was in attendance. According to of the colored Christian church, officiaMIDOLEBURG. CHURCH AFFAIRS. prowons appointment thn physicians of ted. assembled in one of the Cy. Russell is confined to his bed the county The Southern Presbyterian AssemAaron Ball and Ann Gueet, colored, 1 rr.nni.nltlinr-otirt-hoitBe.i. i. for have been paying attention to racli oth with pneumonia, though is is not con- bly will meet iu XaBhville next year. And would say to you never buy without first examining it. We asthe purpose of organizing a county er for some timo and when Aaron saw sidered dangerous. The Cumberland Presbyterian Gen- sure you that it is the simplest, most durable and the lightest draft Ke v. J. M. Cook, of Highland, preachmedical society. There were 14 present Ann intoxicated Sunday evening, he eral Assembly dodged the question of machine on the market and less liable to get out of order. Call and out of 17 belonging to the county, name- knocked her down and dragged her n ed the funeral of Miss Mary Fredrick nt woman representation by referring the it. It is represented at Crab Orchard by W. A. Carson, at Stanford Drs. Joshua T. Wcjley, James Wes- few feet to show his disapproval of her Grove Sunday moraine. ly matter back to the Presbyteries. by D. IL Stagg, at McKinney by Alford & McKinney, at Kings-villley, Is.ilah S. Wesley, 1). Ueeler. J. T. condition. Aaron was fined 1G0 for J. W. McWhorter, Jr , is practicing The Methodist ministers of New by W L. McCarty and at Hustonville by John Riffe. Hughes, W. T. Murphy. J. 0. lUrker, J. his caper Monday evening in the police for tho bicycle contest at Frankfort May York, Brooklyn and vicinity .decided to Hammonds, W. L. Low:M)th. Jim can hustle along quite lively. withdraw the Methodist exhibit from M. Haney. court. der, 0. L. Herrin, K. T. Garner, P. S. Rev. V. A. Gibson preached at the tho World'? Fair because of the proposed Kale Lee, serving a jail frentenco for Kept by each agent. Don't fail to see the Buckeye Machines. Humphrey, W. I). Slonc. Dr. J. T. Wes-le- arson, wants to get out on account of an Christian church at Yosemlto Sunday Sunday opening. object of the meeting, alleged interesting condition she explalneil the The handsome little German EvanFays morning and nt Grove in the afternoon. he was ap and on motion of Dr. A cipher is said to mean nothing, gelical Protestant church at Lexington N in. This is too diaphanous, Kate, she Call and see our pointed temporary chairman ami Dr. R. and w out work. Ifhheliad nskud her but the addition of one by your printer was dedicated Sunday, President Loop, T Garner temporary secretary. After relea-- o because of the character of the made us Hay that J. M. Durham had of the Kentucky University, delivering several speieh" were made in favor of a 'Aitnesies nuainst her, the plea would bought lO.COO pornds of wool instead of an addrees in German. NEW STOVE. county medical society, a vote was taken have been 1,000. The Kentucky Christian Sunday- mine reasonable, but still not on the subject and unanimously carried. ellective, as she will prolnbly remain Our town la very dull ince the close .School Aspociation convenes in annual Saves time labor and expense l'W'itimj of permanent olllrera being anshe is until the expiration of her of Janie Wash Institute. The pupils tension at Richmond June 20, for a three where nounced as in order, Dr. W. P. Mine on sentence. from a distance have returned to their dayn' session. The programme is to bo Guaranteed to be motion of Dr. Hughes having been nomrather j nn interesting one and a largo reptesen-funera- l Misa Mattie L. Scott and Mr. Chss. homes and the town present. inated for permanent president and hav- W. Faulkner, both of Danville, were appearance. tatlon is assured. Railroad will give re- ing declined to accept on account of age, murneil at toe lupllsl cnureii vwunes The authorities should be a little duced rates. Wes-lo- v on motion of Dr. Beeler, Dr. J. T. . more diligent in looking after that whis- Hew W. K. Ellis tells us that great 11. o'clock. day morning, at J. was unanimously elected permanent W. Lynch performed the ceremony. The ky business that is being carried on interest is being manifested in the meetpresident. Dr. K T. Garner having And to give satisfaction. bride is a sister of Me.viid. Winfield and along the lin from Yosemite to Dunn-vill- e. ing he is conducting at Mt. Xenia. Large to be madu secretary, Dr. W. I It is claimed that whisky can be crowds nttenj nightly, but there have Wm. P. cott, of this place. Tho attendLowder was unanimously elected permaants wete Messrs. Arthur Faulkner and bought at almost any point between the been no additions to date. The meetnently secretary. Drs. Stone, Herrin two placo. Life seems to be considered ing will continue till the mid He of nex appointed a John Scott; tho iiRhers were Messrs. Ar- runup and James Wesley iu ni'u portion oi uie couiuy ami t woe aim pernnps longer, thur Tennyson, Howard Cook, Arthur committee to get uy by laws for the so The judicial committee of the Pros W. Hackney. The riols are daily occurrences, all of which Cartwright and John ..irtv tnrnnform to tho Stato MedicaH church was handsomely decorated with U the direct result of the peddling of , bvterian General Assembly at Washing- i Society and to bo reported at tho next mean whisky by disreputable venderB oi ton denied tlie appeal of Prof, llrigs dowers. meeting. It was then decided to have Mr. Charles II. Redes, of this place, of the infernal stuir. Let us have a gen- that the heresy charges against him be tho next meeting at 10 o'clock Ith Mon was notified by telegraph Tuesday of his eral cleaning up of them, liko we had in hcarby the New York Synod instead of day in June at Liberty. Drs. Murphy, appointment as revenue collector for this these paits some two years ago and or- the General Assembly, and the trial was Garuernml James Wesley were appointed begun. A good deal of bitterness is mandistrict. Since then, he has been receiv- der will be restored. a committee to get up a schedule of fees, ifested. New Stock and Lower Prices than ever offered offered here before ing the congratulations of friends and LONDON, to be reported at the next meeting, On LAUREL COUNTY. Col. J. K. Peyton, of New Jersey, is See our stock and get prices. We can then convince yoat that the importunities of citizens who want motion it was requested that papers be to be clerks, gaugors, At. Mr. Rodes is John Robinson posted his advertise- engaged iu a novel undertaking, it is meetread before, tho society at the next no less than an international celebration a thorough lawyer and a good business ments over the county Tuesday. ing on the following subjects, each at Jerusalem of the lOOOdth anniversary will no doubt make a good man aud Allen Lewis, of Leslie county, was physician named making his own selecof the birth of Jesus Christ. The colonbranch of thosubject ho treats collector. Secretary Carlisle has decided here Sunday shaking hands with his el is a professional promoter, but he Our stock is complete and immense. tion of the All kinks'of Dress Goods too branch positively that the office must remain at many friends. upoir. Dr. P. S. Humphrey, BOtne seems to have exceeded his own bounds numerous to mention are now on our counters. Calicos, A Richmond, to which place Mr. Rodes Col. Thomas Provence haseichang- of surgery; Dr. D. Beeler, some branch this time. few more straw hats sold formerly at Si. 25, now go at 35 c. An eleWesley, diseas-e- will not move his family at present, but ed his town property for Mrs. Litton'a of practice; Dr. Islah S. Rev. Ben Helm has returned from gant line of Ladies' Slippers just in. Children's and Hoys' Suits from may do so later on. homestead, in the Pinoy Woods. Mr. of children; Dr. J. T. Hughes, on oband Mrs. Litton in his meeting at Ha.el Green, in Wolfe Soc to $9 per suit. Come and get a pair of Provence moves out stetrics. It was announced that any county. P.n route he preached three HUSTONVILLE. would have tho pleasure, of getmember C. J. McLear, who has beeu the pop- timea at Torrence, on tho K. U., and orting up a volunteer paper or report on Sunday-school- . Nathan Drown, a well known and The meeting ular proprietor of the Catching House ganized a any paper he may choose, so he notifies respected colored man, died here Tues . veil addi- They are strictly Bed Sets, Lace Curtains, &c. In fact hag routed it for at Hazel Green resulted since its completion, tho secretary in timo to have it on tho- day of consumption. tions to the church nnd the breaking we can sell you any thing you ask for. Come one and all another two years. and get nroiirumme. The meeting then adjournHustonville Academy will close on of prejudice against the Presbyteprices and if we do not sell you we will do you good by giving you Our city dads are haviug the cut on down Friday. There will bo no public exerpointers. Always Sublimity street near the Johnson addi- rian church. Kentucky Methodists will this year Weidner, of Dayton, 0., cises, but the week is being spent in tion dreaned, something that has been Charlee H. written examination and Friday eveume have an extended introduction to Bish shot and killed his wife while she was needed for n long time. op Galloway, who, iu the plan of Episco bending over a tub washing his clothes, Miss Kato Dogle will entertain the puV. L. Brown left Tuesday for Jack few of their friends from 8 visitation, will preside at three con- Eggs, butter, &c. Will give you the top of the market. After this and then sent a bullet through his own pils and a son county to attend circuit court. T. J. pal 4.1 Ml t ferences in this State as subjoined: Lou- wc win give away 10 every yiu purcimscr ine amount ot the purwife'a money until 11 o'clock. broin. He had spent his and family leave this week for Johnston A number of Hustonville people Bell county, where they will make their isville Conference, at Elkton, Sept. -- 7; chaser to $1, whatever it may be, for 30 days. You will find us at ami having no more use for her, took went to Middleburg last Friday evening f Kentucky Conference, at Maysvillo, Sep. the old stand in Rowland. the above means of getting rid ol her, future home. W. B. Catching left last was done tho little con- to attend the commencement exercises week for the east on Star Route business 13; Western Virginia Conference, at Ashbut after this him of Janie Wash Institute. All report nn and will be gone until December. land, Sept. 0. science he had left begun to hurt destroyed his own enjoyable evening. After the exercises Dr. S. W. Kwell, of Missouri, is here aud ho very sensibly A Call on R. H. ireiuuflh. at the Baptist church we were invited to visiting his father, Col. R. U. F.well, af. worthless life. -It. H. Bronauou, Estj. Dear Sanford Howard and Steve Daught- the reunion at the Institute, where in ter an absence of seven years. 0. M. in you the kind of timber timo Randall, who has been deputy collecting erly colored, the latter n preacher, shot pleasant conversation out of which a legislator should be built, Hew by ho rapidly that we did not reach into'the yard of John Ball, a prominent all over the State, is at home again. Mr. we hereby earnestly solicit you to beyoung farmer of near Versailles. When homo until the "woo sma' hours of the Charles Kellogg, of Ohio, a former typo come a candidate to represent Lincoln they meant, morning." Ball asked the negroes what of the Mountain Echo, is again at his county in the next General Assembly. they wouldn't mind they remarked that old position We think that the lifetime of devoted Of about 100,000 trotting and pacing blowing his head off and he had bettor boy committed sui- love and labor which you have as a "boy horses which were training in ISM, upA secured a be careful. The farmer then were entered in race. cide at the foot of tho Ben Hill monu- in the trenches" shown should and will r ward of 17,000 and took out after them and a : : : nistol This number, Bays tho Indian Farmer, ment in the capitol at Atlanta, all for be in part recognised by your election to battle ensued, iu which Daugherty Ma.vv Votkiis. daughter of this ollice. wounded and will probably be increased 'J5 per cent, in the love ol the Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. uive m e ca was Bhot to death, Howard Stanford, May 1S93. the Episcopal rector. Ball received a lleah wound. Miss Marie Warren from a vinlt to Louis villo. has returned Mrs. H. L. Maunlng, of Saxtou, died I A large crowd of young folks enjoy- In tho police court ... The Gurney Refrigerator, THE WHITE court-house- ICE CREAM FREEZERS, OOOLBBS, McKINNEY BROS. citl-ztjn- two-stor- NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL ATTSTTU, Fro'rs. e House Painting and Paper Hanging Farmers of Lincoln Co. n, to-da- 1 New Buckeye Machines, OIF" it e ALL KH2ST3DS :R,:E:F.A.i:R,S y PROCESS M M i I ' .'SO R-v- PERFECTLY SAFE. w.-r- e W H. WESREN CO. ( - I J NEW : HOUSE, WE ARE THE LEADERS. 4c. OUR DOUGLASS OR BUELL first-class- s to-da- SHOLS, in-s- o BRINTGXJS A TOUR PRODUCE. 1 STEPHENS & KNOX. Sin-Recog- nizing H.4G.R0PLEY,-- swift-wing- ed IP reg-ula- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. 1 '9. - j B-- . i- - f-f- ..-y.-r&- li ,r v ! .' y. 14 I northwest, but on time every year ho A POPULAR NOVELIST. nro thcreforo n patriot. I atn in lovo and would get oil" the train at the milk stu "WITH FAIR AND SKILLFUL FINGERS." am consequently a coward. Tress, yon Htm near Tress' home. IC lonesome ort o' lonesome It's a Sund'j needn't say a word. lultity and Useful Articles That Are Mis Mntt Crlm lias Mini un Interesting I am going to thi One time when he canto she e aid to Literary Cureer. day to roe, Ku.lly Made. ' j him: Miss Matt Crim. the popular young nrnrlyevrrsscl. war." It 'penrs llko morc'nfttij-Jfty- l Ylt,wllh tho stnrs nntl strips above, "I haven't said anything," tho girl re "It doesn't look right to drag you! There aro a great many women who pouthern novelist, was tarn iu Louisiterin in the Mr, plied. away from your business avery year. lovo t j possess fanciful things, yet deny ana, but has spent mot of her life iu Oa ev'ry Midler's grave IM Jove to lay n Illy M Is the id Rreatut "Good, and it meant that you giv My time, you know, doesn't amount to themselves this jilousttro because they Georgia. She was educated at homo enlilpSMtiir nvi-tliaro. think all fancy work is expensive. Homo your consent." anything." ottered rhildiiearhiK woman. I limo tven a but it is jwsiblo to make lovely tirely and knows nothing of the ordinary They say,' thought Decorntlon days Uslncr'lj unit Mire tor many years, and In each cao "Mine doesn't amount to so very of it "It means th.it you must do what yot where "Mother' Friend" had been used itLa observed articles for a very small outlay and in- schoolgirl life. Her earliest sf ories were much," he answered; "and Wsides it isal consider yom duty." U(rniiliihrd wonder and relieved much TMeat ev'rywliarcs spehnlty by soldier b) deed in many instances without any printed iu Tho Sunny South, an Atlanta mtTcrliii;. Itl theleu remedy for rlslnp of great pleasure to go there." aro a bravo girl. Tress." "You that's served weekly, and iu tho Savannah News. the brratt kmmii, and worth the trlre for that Bat mo and mother's neer went we of vou "Yes. it is. But tell me, Henry, why expeuso at all, for in almost every hoin? Her first sf ory to appear in Tho Century "If not, I alone. Mm. M M. Uiicstkh, is qtiito a largo amount of material git away there Montgomery, Ala. ts it you have never married?" John." was "An Unfortnnit Creetur," n sketch In pint o' fact, alhn home on Decoration "Oh, I don't know. Because there lying at hand ready for use which any of power and pathos Since then nmm "That sounds- very well," said Henry Iran tell all etctant mothers If they will day. nviu few IxittU-- of Mother's friend "but without common sense bravery it have been so many divorces, I suppose." woman with skillful fingers can fashion stories from her ion have been printed pi through tho ordeal without any they will They say tho old boys marches through th aln und but an aimless piece of fooliohne-- o "That's a queer reason. But it isn't into dainty and useful articles. KiitTeilmr. Mas. May Uranium, in that magazine, and Harper's aud The streets in col urn's crnnd, An inexpensive and daintily decorated ArguiWlls, N. I. the reaon, and you know it," site added. old war tunes they're pluyln on Ono soldier from our small family, the whisk broom holder mav 1k niado of Independent have also published storie; PimI Mother's Friend tiefore birth ol my the band bhould think, i enough to prove our loy looking him full in the eye. eighth child. Will never rease its praise. two dozen rings covered by cm- of llers. Aadcitlzuns all Jlnln llttlo children. alty to the government." Mhs. .1. r. Moorb, Coluia, (ML Her books aro tho "Tho Adventures of too dieting them with silk. Tho upiort for "Henry, you needn't say a word. I'i AM tuarchln undr-- shelter of the old red Sut by eiptess, charges prepaid, on receipt a Fair Hobel" and "In Braver Cove and the back of thecae is made by coverinu going to th? war." white and blue. 'a strip of pasteboard with satin or nlk Elsewhere" tho first a complete novel, f price, $14 er bottle. The next day John aud Henry wen BRADFIELD REOULATOR CO., matching m color tho silk on tho rings mustered into tho service, and it wu j A small brass chain Bold by all dnicci't. is sewed all around Atlanta, Oa not long before they were tinder fire this piece, and tho case is suspended by One day in a skirmish not far fruit. j tho same. Tho itngs should be sewed Fayetteville, Ark., John was shot whilt together six iu eich of tho first three standing under a willow tree. Ho wn rows, four in the next and two in tht so severely wounded that it was thought last. Small bravHs are attached to the he could live but a few hours, but whei tlark imn era) mcl, hsr hlsh, Irrd Ij lower corner rings and give the holder a Wm. Hill h'e, iril by an imxitttd jarb, r'sm by tho next morning had come he showei an imported itmitt Owln to tlir Uttnrii of the pretty finish. signs of improvement. He was taken tt ratnn Mill Hand him at ery lew trimt at the Figured silk forms tho material for a Wm. II a) place, it,lli (ruin Stanfpril, the hospital, and his brother Henry wa useful article a sort of paper holder or detailed to attend him until an advanci At $5 to Insure a Living Colt. catch all. The foundation consists oi should be ordered. One day there cam three bamboo canes fastened so that to the hospital a young woman fron ?.& wy their centers cross. Tho triangular sact Marr or patlcd with fnrfritt umiuiile. Kentucky. She had been regarded a ml tctrlitihti It Lvi between each two of the canes alwve tin Oit oi, taHiiiaMr'irinit;Til. Hilt I) MtSKK. a belle in the blue gni!s country, but centers is filled with a piece, of pasteshe gave up society and went south t board cut to tit and covered on both side ' nurse wounded soldiers. This voting with silk overhauled on the edee. woman took special interest in Join; in These pieces should le slightly rounded Archer. She made a romance of hei K (Bfconl L'L'Sj; a lmlf mile trnok. at tlto top, and tho three lielng covenV f1llt " " "".' lltlll lit ftllltW' wltUII tllft should ta overhauled together. Tin man seemed brighter than usual six IlyAIIDVM.AII.MA.MnKl.N'O, UK HAD S.K1ZKI llK.lt HANDS. basket thus formed is then fastened tt would sit near his cot and read joetr Hire of M tittle II. "Well," he replied, avoiding her gaz . the canes, whoso ends project about ai (.'enevn S. 2:U. Miss MATTCHIM. to him. But 11,1011 this Henry liegan U 1 don't know inch above. A narrow galloon, from the second a collection of well written ltettie .lone- - - 1! and ntliets. look with disapproval, and once when "if that isn't tho iaiavy... n-'XMOTT.rt.W the girl had gone to fetch another book what it is.- Perhaps I had a causo a which fall tiny tassels, is sowed along tht short stories. Tho latter has been pubFirst dnm Klla llopkin. by Octoroon. wvKi' good while ago." top edges. Ribbon bows at each cornel lished iu Knglaud. he said to his brother: "And yon have forgotten what it and where tho canes cro-- a finish this "WE'YI TKIED THAT ME AX1) SIOTIIKP.." Miss Crim makes her home in New "I don't think that's right, John." Second dnm Mollie Winfrey, by A vent's was," she Hid, laughing, but in her graceful basket. It is designed to hold York and is at present enguged on n A "Don't think what's right?" With rosesl roses! roses! ev'rybody in the hue, siienfWilllnm Slnyerly J:1C and town! "Why, having that girl read love verv laugh there was more of sadness than of newsjuiwrs or any bit of fancy work on novel itti'l a play. J ler stories have been Nora ti 'J'.'S. And crowds o' little girls In white, jest fairly to you." mirth. Alter a time she asked, "Doyoii which tho owner may ta engaged. enhanced by Kemblo's illustrations and loaded down! A fancy portfolio that is very pretty i her novel by Beard's, The first man of "She's reading to herself as much m think a man's lovo U as constant as a (iniiiine S Mil) make the smsonof Oh! don't the boys know It, from theyr camp woman'-?- " made oflH'itgalino stiffened with canvas. letters to show appreciation of Mis IMKtnt my fitrm. near W.mville, jho is to me." crost the hill? "Nut alw.i. but sometimes," ho It may le made any desintl size. The Crim's telent and to givo her encourageDon't they see theyr com'ards comln and the "I don't know about that, John." old flag wavin still? ends of tho sections an folded over so at ment was Joel Chandler Harris. She "1 do." "But do yon believe that a man or a to almost meet the center, and between feels that she owes much fo the kind and At $ 23 to Insure aJLiving Oolt. Oh, can't they hear the busul and Uie rattle of "Well, but 1 don't think it's right, and the drum? woman can lovo twice with equal devo- the folded over parts and tho under part sustaining friendship of Mr. E. C.Stead I know Tress wouldn't approve it." Ain't they no way under heavens they can rie- are inserted fans of silk, which give depth man and treasures gratefully his esti A. W. SMITH, "Then why doesn't she come and read tion?" kollect us tome? "I don't kuow how it may be with to the jackets thus formed. Thne bowi mate of her abilities. Iu apitearaucoshc to me?" 17 Danville, Ky. Ain't they no way we can coax 'em through the roses Jest to say "She doesn't know that yon an others," heauswered. "but I could nevei are tucked near one corner of tho pocket is graceful ami girlish. Her manner i They know that ev'ry day on earth's theyr wounded. I haven't had the heart t love but once " and may serve to hold pens and pencils. entirely simple and unaffected. Sho it Decoration day? "Oh, you have been in love, then, ha e Tho jHK'kets and tho outside of the port- quite j oting, and her future promises all tell her." yon?" folio may ta decorated with simple that her two literary godfathers havt We've tried that me ami mother whare Klla "Hush; here comes Miss Bush." takes his rett. "Tomorrow we start for tho grave. designs iu oils. Flowered and figured predicted for her. Henry withdrew, but someone &pk Mix H. In the orchurd. In his uniform, and hand silk works up beautifully this way and to him, aud he halted within hearing (lis he said. nciost ills brcst. Sired ly SfC0i.il Jtorl 4I "Yes. but ou have not answered my' when requires no additional decoraAnd tho flag he died fer millln and Dam Itocna WtM ltuittll 744. THE WIFE'S IDEAL. tance of his brother's cot. 1 hit (ancy h(cii;lllion -- ill male thr fMn l in the breeze tion. were so fond u question." "I didn't supj0!-eyoAbove his grac, and over that u robin In the j it at the grave." It In M'ldoiu J'oilli.l. lint tlir "I will An exquisite little article, banil-otillr.t" iyj al CoiA't HprtliK S milrt cat ul SlanTl!), Ioetry," said Miss Bush, speaking t trees! I Not In llr enough to ta used iu nnvjiarlor or draw John. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. A witty and And yitit's lonesome, loueMimu It's a Sund'y Frenchman ing jiiKim, is a fancy workbag mnde of "I wan't until I fieard you read it." It was the :S()th of last May. Henry day to me. Mtmrr ilup it "Oh, that's a compliment surely; but. and Tre.--. sat under the willow. An- brocaded silk and lined with surah. It once Ntid that a woman would forgive a ltd 01 bird ttthrn call hurtrloalfd, mate parted aMillicr It pcnra.llke mor'n any day I nearly mitmt1 requires about one yanl and a quartet husband who taat her if he prefaced the Scrsnrf Jrwel, fcj Cunning. tbam't Jewel; he br Btlll, with tho Mnrsuinl strii above, tell me. since you acknowledge that other generation of school children had Uaihlpcton terin in thenlr. Sh brought violet.- - from wild places and had of silk 20 inches w'de for the emtsidt performance by presenting her with n Jrwel ill Denniarl. MtDaraM'i lllcrn yd have pointed out the lieutity of" hv On ev'ry soldier's urno I'd love to lay a 111) of sonu. Jam by Wrll't dam and two jards for tho inside, including bouquet. Amelio Hives tiiitader hesitated. gathered blossom.-- on the mountain side. thnre. one giving "tho hojwdess and helpless Clarlry'a itam, Kivrni Wtlib Kuurll, It Hie At Mckets. Two yards and a half of incl "Tell yon what?" Jamos Wlilteomb Hilcy. animalt Ihr The grave wa- - ablaze with red ranh, sigh of ono who feels that sho could and fiititt oalltng the tract,hi sallrrt nattcg irrl f CtKtnt ilrlrainl all "Oh. nothing." white dogwood blossoms and blueliells. wide ribbon of each color will ta KriiliicVy luclwlmK itaNMn and gekllnct. SKn make better lovo than her lover." for the 6tnngs. First cut out h "But what were you going to say?" l liy The sun was low. The cows, ringing stim trr llrnn V, It K to say tho least, unfortunate that Sumpur Driimatk, ky TOLD AT GRAVE. "Something hardly proicr, I fear." piece of cardboard (J inches PerrMrV ric. r4 their bell- -, were going home. Heiir circular lam tar lampWat mare and cover one side with the tho sex which so jwenliarly appreciate "Tell me," he pleaded. told a story which so often ho had n lliiKht hay, hilr frrt ijVf Manila and a Kataial brocaded anil the ot'i; r sido with the lin certain qualities should ta the only one. taddlt- hartr. Wr will arrant him lo bn a breed A STOItY FOR MEMORIAL DAY. "Oh, I dou't suppose that it amount? lated: timidly MMiikiiig, to tossess them. Con er at tai'illort ing silk. to anything. I was simply going to nst "The skirmi.-- h was sharp, nlmo-- t a IOOKA KI.NNKDV. The bag itself should ta 10 inches deep sideration in little things, delicate perif there had in leen a time when Kw.ltn-I Copy rich t, 1KO, by American I'res Ky. tattle, anil there was danger every wlit-r- . ceptions, quit k intuitions these are of I. I) KasMdiv. I CiM't. stirred it jtoetic- emotion in votu hut John was too brave to stand behind (including the rutlle at tho top) and u vital iniiHirtnuco to a woman s highest T THE bao t.f heart." was not far awav, and the! yard around. Tho iockets consist of the tree. t, very and a mountain spin A few moments elapied before he re- lmlM wr.. l.i.iin ' iwiuik nuiimin. ut, iiik uip ami happine-f-whateverthey earo thocomo tothingtlu.M may which, her. in northern Ar- plied, "I worked so hard when I was blebei-- in our meadow, but somehow ta. th outM.lo of the lining. Ba.u she is certain never to have and to hold. S1II0 to form tllX K)cketK, ,lmv to t,l kansas is a grave. at home that I had but little time for" : w.1. ....t Mfn.id f,f l,..i, ...l and feathor stitch throntrh from the out But "the second liests of life' aro not There is an air ui "For love?" she asked. was centereil on John. What ditVeretut ' ,MJ No one has what lie sido with' embroidery silk. A cning b saMited romance He nervously fumbled with the covert could it have made if I had been shot!'" run in jttstatave the jsjcketsand hasnn: mo-- t wisht - for, and they can ta stilJ IKiiek hore :l yetii- - old, 111 liaml- - high. llDOtll tllO plKC' of tho Im'iI. and gently she arranged the "Pon't talk that way," Mto intt-elastic inserted in it. This Iihk would tappy "id in a groat measure contented an iiulpscrihuhli pillow for him. rupted. who nt'eive something a god deal lowei Siutl liy C. P. Clny '.'ilS. place," said he, "there is n "Xear our "But why should have cared for my- make a very nice present to any woman than their woman brcathes " linl girl that I've known a long time. lv self; There was no one at home waitn. ; friend whoso leisure hours aro occupied stnict, whoideal, and in most iu the tils Utdam Klla It. b Win. Welchll. ? is by nut imiicrativc by fancy work. known her about all her life, I gue.--.- " for me to come tack a hero." He pau-o- d Rile green satin is tho material from ami critical in her demands, has also had The country is of dam Kate by Cllls Vermont. "What about her?" for a few moments. "An increase in tb. bestowed itsiu her, old but thin "Well, I told her that she should1 firing to the left caused me to turn iu that which a very tamlsome handkerchief ba to the divine law of equation, :M dam tliorotibretl. Up marry a hero. You see, I thought I'd go' direction, and when I looked back .John can Ihi made, l'rocuro two pieces oi heavy pasteboard, circular in shaiKi and that fatuity of making tho best of cir tho narrow val- home covenvl with glory." was down." C. Clay (put II in the '.'::) list liileys tho ferns are nuotil a indies in itiameter, and cut wail cumstauces. Jir. Holmes o.xpi esses his "Oh, you are engaged to her." "You liav never pointed out tho pi i . by Caliban dnm Soprano by rank, and on tin "Yes, in a way." tiiil iiiu iAiib pi.i:, iw ifijcin nil pitying wonder over an obvious truth, yeiin Win. Welch by lliiinlltonUn, 10. where the hospital stood," sho said. bellow-erethe tho bag. Sprinkle a great "There is nothing short of a gorilla which of hillsides "In it way! Why, what n funny sort VS''--' He was sil"iu for a time. "I don't like very ItaiiiKoine and speedy deal of sachet jiowder ujsjn tho wad a good and pretty woman cannot take Itarne-is- a vines cling of an engagement that must be! Shall to think of the ding: then lay tho disks of wadding umh and make a husband out of." to the rugged 1 read now?" colt and should make a fust record l. "Why?" site asked. The husb.-im- l she wants, then, is conono of the pieces of pasteboard and hold trees. The grave is under a willow that n "If you please." Will mnketlie at my place X "Oh, on account of a woman"' siderate nnd thoughtful. Ho rememtars shades an open space. It is the only "You haw iinsweie-- me at the grave," iiiein iu piaco uy covering inecirciowiin her little aches ami pains, and, in the miles from Stanford tin the Dnnvillc pike. cheeso cloth. Cover the other circle with willow in tho neighborhood. Once After returning homo it was someevery year since the war a man and a time lnforo Henry had the courage t she said, looking away. "uu were i! pale ;:re!i satin; then a stripof thesatin quaint southern phrase, "inuches" her. At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. love with her." just long enough to go around tho cir- That is her day dream. What sho abwoman have come from tho north to dec- call on Tress Pryor. But one evening (5 A. LVCKKY, "No. I wasn't, Tress." solutely requires is tli.it ho should lie cle is turned over at tho top to form orate this lone grave. At first the he went to see her. As he entered th "Ye5, you were." Sitinfmd, Kv. manly, not petty or effeminate, not hem. woman, bright eyed andfpringy of step, gate he saw her standing on the sjk "I swear I wasn't." was exceedingly handsome, but latterly where she had stood when John cann tho lower edge a casing is mado b given to gos-i- p and meannesses that we At "Yes, yon were." M stitching tho hem around twice on tht sorrowfully admit belong by right or timo had ceased to le playful with her. dashing up to tell her that ho was goiniu "Tres-- . I hated her machine, using pale green sewing silk. wrong to the weaker vessel. Tho man was hturdy and of sober mien. to tho war. She reached out and took "Hated her! What for?" He ihould bo truthful at least He looked as if his life had always his hand.- -, and for a time neither of them In this casiug put two pink silk cords "Because sho w:s your enemy." truthful. He should take hor held a teeret buffering. This man and sjmke. for drawing strings. Then sew tho stnj yti.--i. . "My enemy! Henry, I don't know to tho lower pasteboard used for tho into his confidence and tell her what he 'I fine aaildle ata this woman have rather a unique hisIlcmnark, 'un Chai "Tress, he died for his country." what you niwin. How could sho bo tay tory. and afterward insert tho scented is doim; iu his business and why aud will rnali'lhn taann of is,; 4t h tul.lr of tlir enemy: what. It is not ea-- y to forgive him who Under oil lUoa, ','! a milr fr in llubl le't Hon circle, catching it in place with invisible At tho timo of the breaking out of the ike ami il! rcitc mi the Kuth llraiiili turn "She loved John." stitches. Then turn it right side out causes ono mortification; so according to marcaal war John and Henry Archer, brothers "Oil, ami is that all':" his means he should bo just if not genagain aud sow wild roses (procured at bo nearly aliko that they were often "All." ho roixmtcd 'Isn't that the milliner's) around tho lower edge. erous, and never, never make her stoop $10 to;insure,Coltl4 Months Old. taken for twins, live in Lako county, enough:" Tho ntavo desirable articles aro al' to what is painful beyond guessing by a ) ay Ills. John was engaged to marry Chancry IlrnmarV, t in "To have made her my enemy? Ku. easily and quickly made, and beside-bein- his bigger, blunter senses tho asking handa MkIi. foalid in i7,ittired hy Itic full On llublilr'a and the day for the wedding wa miii by Id Strnenall JacLkhi Ilia col it "But but it's got to como now John useful each ono will do n gre.r linn for money. Neither should that 'linn- and cfttuod tiro, mid will nppointed, but before tho timo came k am titi with loved her." deal toward giving a room ti certain air bitter inorinicntioii como through any aiiylxidj'a lailille tullion We have )carlini;i arid d . drum beat, and feturdy young olilt mi our lann can tic teen any tunr, "How do you know?" Sho was w of daintiness. open neglect, nor unkind, if thoughtless, twu yiur Dciuuail UutTKL'Di: Wu.i.irrr. on tho gras. Chanccy it mjui.iI without aUcmttli qnitt that ho was surprised at her. speech or conduct. on him It was evening, and Tress Pryor wav "I ltJiiht as well tell you all iiov. She is not demanding too much who Hint.. Tim Mantling on the veranda. John rode up. nere." Ho took from his jioeket an old A bad place iu a wall or wall pajier, requires all this. She is, if a good wife, Bprang off hi horse and with a now acand faded letter. "Ho told mo to givf situated where a picture cannot ta mad" as is but calling for her He It a coal hlact jack, cent in his manner a peculiar bearing nj handt hijli wnh you this, but I hadn't tho honrt. Rea to cover it, is hard to distioso of. Over jiut due. out tiort,hrav) ln.lv and pood bene. camo up tho walk. it." lie it I y IkmrUm Llutt, the finrtt jacV in lie Sho wants him lo be tho soul of honor, tuch a spot a pieco of looking glass may "Tress," he said, "did you tee the mm X" ixj", Tho letter was brief. It was tho break- be placed, fastened by the comers with to ta kind ami brave, and to resjiect re- world told lor f .poo. llourlx.n Chiif m toed by Hcdmotul'a marching?' ing of an engagement. Sho read tho let double tacks such as aro used to put ligion and to walk within its ways to be by Imp llrriiilet, mid hit dam by trip. "Yes." dam Col ter and quietly handed it back to hii.:. down matting. A duconttion of flower. ta-- , in short, not alone a husband, but a Ktiiilro, llourlnn Cbiel't dam wat by Viata-v"Do you know what it means:'' l.rjl't Inp .N'apclcfn id; ad liy llcuna l He gazed at her in astonishment. father the model to whoitihho may jioint diim S up litilian. I ruiia ila waa lired "They say it means war," sho an"Tn-sj,by Ihr he by 'I ippccanoe; he he cried, "on his deathled those httlo fellows leaning upon her by Imp K'eai toinpruniito; wat acLnov., swered. Wariior, which dn'il tht'bcat he married that woman." Sho did not -kneo and say to them, "You know that ctrr in Kentucky llouilon Chelf u "It means moro than that, Tross. It answer. is right because your father tloes it, and in handi 3 Incbet hiuh u ithmit lion, malinf; him means that you aro to marry a hero." tho jack in th Ho black fSf "I say lie married her." this is wrong beciuiso ho would scorn withbiecetl note, and unrld form, it a coal atylr, tiitnly fur wrht, "I don't know that I understand you." 'lOOK "Well:" imiiiM ami apptaranir ncjiat no ccpiKI, nettrvea tho very thought." INTKIH-S- T IN JOHN AltCHER SI'tVlAI. Ho laughed. "Aro you so dull, little iepnttt iiii or.. to intuin atlnine "la it iMissible? Tress, I ought to havt .Object lessons aro tho most potent colt. at Jas the r sweetheart? It means that I nm going "And for me," she said. told you ought to have given you the teaching. How can n mother work dam yj.e rinlpt' luc jack acd Tom Curtit' ut to tho war." Ho lay a long timo in tho hos- letter but i thought you worshiped without their uid or in tho fnco of them? her dam by Sain.l'lirlik'jack; ad dam bjr Itlnik "It means nothing of tho sort," some pital, and wo thought ho was going to him. And why have you decorated hit Siirpion. x IUth Hall. ono exclaimed, and John, wheeling get well, but a sudden chango came, and grave all those years?" his brother Henry Manding lie died, lie begged to ta Imried umlei BOURBON about, saw A rrriiililiu on Muj(ln I.lfi-- . "Because he was your brother." near. tho tree where he fell, and wo buried may bo painted in oils around tho glass Slird by old Ilourbon Chief whoae pedigree lichn The city council of Toronto will "What! llmdamw.lt ""Whnt's the trouble with yon, Henry?" hnn there." tho Ontario legislature to grant mu- en above.a lack by Jnioii lilac k leunet. the waa "Henry, oh. how btupid you hnvo been, "ntirely on it if the wnll is papered with tired by Walkrr'a Cattlllun and "But did ho send no word to me':'' "There's no trouble with me. I am figured juiper but made to reach over nicipal suffrage to all women in Ontario. out 01 a lull titter to Henna Vlata, who wat Out of yon" "Oh, yes, he talked about you u great simply sensible, aud you must not be She did not complete tho sentence. n on tho wall if that is covered with car- Kiugle women and widows have enjoyed a jennet liv lllack fa.impmn. Uothjacki wlllttjinlat foolish." Ho pointed to tho girl. "There deal. Ho was brave, and if he had come had ceizcil her hands. "Merciful heaven, tridge pajior or is painted or plain. Tho this right for some time. Do tho men $10 tcglnsurc Oolt4 Months Old. is your present duty. I am going to the back you would have married a hero." glass is fastened on aslant. who make laws abridging tho property girl, I hnvo always loved youl" And it was Henry Archer and Tress war. You aro going to stay hero, and For Jack colt f to, jennet $10. Uothjacki have A simple devico and one that every and civil rights of wives over reflect that "And, precious, I never loved John, beprntcd lino breedcra. after awhilo if we need you I will send Prypr who went every year to decorate cause I loved you, but I was afraid you person is capable of carrying out is tho they aro thus putting n premium on o The ttrviCH fee will bp dun in all cact whero the grave under tho willow. They be- would despiso mo if I wero not truo tc use of a Japanese fan whoso sticks have for you." maica are parted with or coca cut ol the country life tor women? when tuch fact i aacerlainrd by ur, a lien retainoff,"' came well known iu tho neighborhood, his memory. You engaged mo to him. 1 been cut off. It is tacked carelessly in "Well, now, this is a pretty como ed on all colli until tcaton fee it paid. Miss E. C. Putnam is ono of tho trusJohn declare!. "You would .make a aud school children used to climb high don t know how, but you did." place, aud taliind it aro sovoral disks of Marte ami jennett kept at reaaonablo rate. Care taken to sue. up tho mountain eido and get strange 1 silver paper used for decorahero of yonrself and a drudge of tees of tho Massachusetts primary nnd b c ahould any prevent nccidcnt,.bit not retponsi Tho sun was down, and tho music ol KM occur. You aro not engaged to be married and flowers for them. Henry moved to the tho cowbell was far awav. reform. u;hools. A. I. W. tiva effect. UNDERWOOD 11R0S. S r ON EVERY SOLDIER'S GRAVE. CURES RISING I fio-ii- c BREAST , i I I r ! i, r V J I ; In-a- nd - I 1 ut I & rJr V.- .tes: JIv' -- tm-lr- J QUININE itr 'Jill S., -- - """.' - Charley Sandidge. C'oi-QUT- i UM-- d j u an-w- er K oh-trva- ut j 1 ' ' spi-ak- s t n-e- -r sufii-cien- t THE ' i4 ; - som-gir- l . 1. - 1 1 tlii-k..- r !.... 1 s "" el-- ft' l,lt,v BARNES 21739. t rt2z&m!k i j iSwiWii' M 1 .Jo " j I ) M g ( 1 -i Strath-mote- d iu-i- do ho-pita- l." thi-fal- M.'H-o- inod-enttel- y Chancy h- hot-tor- Denmark, t, ' Tresi-Pryo- r, fellow.-mustere- 'ij, mM -- - (I cumr-ar- -- mam mammt I '. s s72t I Iler-cul- rt w? 5pW tL "Y-e-- iCr. 1 CHIEF -don't" peti-tio- L bin-gl- - s,lJ5gp-iX- ir -f rw- fl ,'..-- . V v Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa J Denmark Chief. Denmark Chief will mako the present seaion nt " COL. a:aj;. lliy horse, foiled -- V 50 1 i;isircd lv ,. ij7 record The Lincoln Stock Farm, J. P. CROW, Proprietor, D I LLARD DENMARK soie-A-ise- e and tail, 16 himla high. Finesaddlestallion, fouled May 15 iSSM. known saddle stallion Scream Sired by the wll r, he by a noted Denmark horse Vint dam by a Second GUI, Jd dam by Logan Oill, Jd dam by Olll'i Vermont. Old Screamer in hit day and time wi a fine thow horse and hn produced a fine lot of ttddle cumin; a horna TMt young ttalllon hat a fewfine saddle eaillngi that thow iii!iii iml art good onet. Screamer will make the italic ol lilt owner on the the season of Dia River and Gairard County turnpike, near Duddtrar's Mill, A mahogany bay, black man ye.r-oldsan- $8 to Insure a Living Colt :iJ; YsVlsa titenbay, 13 hands sU inches high, lour )ears old. He saddle well, but has not been trained. He Is by Hutchinson Chlel, No. laiw, Hutchinson Chief's first tiy McMcnger Chief. dam by Sentinel; d dim by Aletander's Abdullah; 3d dam by Ked Jarket. Messenger Chief by Aiidallnh l'ill; tst dam by Mambriuo Mos senger, 3d dam by Mambrino Chief, 3d dam by Imp Napoleon (irtnmirk Chiefs tst dtro was sired by Sumpler Denmurk, he by Goddard's Denmark, he by Oalncs ft Cromwell's Denmark, he by the race horse Dviunaik, lie by Imp. Hedgeford. His id dam was by On Time, 3d dam by Ked Lion. I will also itand at tame place my fine mule jack lat dam Lady, by Me rue Will l Koslta, id dam, iltg, K by t aNora t ii Kenliicklati, ;!( am r dama of Kentucky Union, ij) 1 11$; llaltnr.. Iik.,aii7k(: .. I'alony, 111: 'Ilonavcuturn, r.iS Winston, 1U9S. Jak( aired by M"tenger Chin ire of 17 and of the dama ot 5 it) tli 1:10 lis Melniae Wilkes sirwl by Ked W . lire nf 83 and ol the d.tma of 13 ,11 the 1:30 ! .t. by VidalUfi 15, who fully Ilalsnri s.ooj descendania in the ' jo list. .1 or C' ' 'I V wi I in.ik thf Sii3 at our pUce amilt'anortli-e.islo- f Slo.nl i itio Logans crtcK ami nix uiv-- r trniur, This finely bred saddle ttallion will make tha season of itg3 .; Cook's Spring's, 4 miles East ol Stanford, at McKINNEY, - - - - KENTUCKY. $12.50 to Insure a Living Oolt. Money due when colt Is foaled mares parted with or bred to another hotte. Pasturage furnished mares at $1.00 ptr month; will not be responsible fur accident should any occur. Dillard Denmark wat aired by Double Denmark he by Montrose, he by Diamond, be by Gaines' Denmark he by the great race horse Denmark tst dam by Washington Denmark, ad dam by John Dillard, 3d dam u Grey Eagle (thoroughbred) Double Denmark's dam Nellie, was by Washington Denmark, ad dam by Shropshire1! Tom Hal. Dillard Denmark It a beautilul dark sorrel three whi.e tect, heavy mane and tail, 16 hands high, he has proven himself a breeder of large, handsome movers. This is a fine horse if he had no pedigree, ilut wo do not hesitate to say he it one of, if not the best bred saddle horse in he country. Runs through premium saddlers and thoroughbreds oa both sides. All kinds of plants for sale in season. J. F. COOK. Rowland Ky. w 1 At $10 to Insure a Livi.ig Oolt. V. Belmont Chief 8689. STrUMO, ..And. R. .V K CALVES, Slubford, Ky At $8 to Insure a Living Oolt. at the same time and place stand yearoldjack, I will PRINCE, JR., Ilv my 3 Itubblc'a Prince, the sire of lingnoli and At $8 to Insure. Al$I formareand$4ftr ing colt money due on all wiiom hen colta If maretare traded olf or removed I rum the neigh-lo- t hood without salisfvlug me that tbey are not iu lost, season becorutt dun Lien retained on coltt till money It paid. Address a a Ilv hnne.tolniure come BRYAN 6480. Son ol Mares parted with forfeit the Insurance. L D HYMETKOP Dam y OAHNKR, Crab Orchard, Ky. Kyll LI TAN Ilamill nlm. .; O. M. , SPOONAMORE, SEASON OF 1893. LEXINGTON DENMARK, Rowland, Ky VICTOR Till ii KtH-o- : HUGO. 1 fine young Mtilliim villliiiake the of 18l: nt my iilnof. 1 miles fiom Shelby City, on tlio Knob Lick pike, at $12.50 to Inaurea Living Oolt. Victor Hugo is a liuniit.ful red fjorrel loc nil tlio KaltH ami In n rogtilnr Jim Dandy nice one. Ho wntsintlbr (iilt Kliu 2(11, lie liy Second Jewel 49. Second Jewel was Mml by CunninKbntn'a Jewel, be by old Denmark. Gilt Edge's dam wan by Stonewall Jackson. Victor Hugo' dam wiih by St. Elmore, nbeby Iitnn'n Gill, alio by Uill Vermont. Glll'a Vermont.tiut of Annu 0, dam of Ice 1'aul. Money due when colt comes or uinre niiricil 'with. Ma run crnxuil or fed at ri'AMinniilo nrlcea. Not responsible for accident slioiiltl any occur, JOHN SAND I DOE, Shelby City, Ky. WtiMi-iiiiMn- n in training. Sired by Walsinghatn 2160, (sire of Latitude 2:101 and "or 8 others in the list.) The Combined Stallion at $15 to Insure Duncan by Scott's Highlander; grandam by Aratiis; id dam by Iimolion. Wood- - Chief sired 1 dam Tinsel a Living Colt. by Messenger Duroc 100, son of Hamiltonian and sire of El Ui ooley Jlm j j, Kanme kobinsoti aoji, and aine 2:20, the dam of Norlaine, yearling recordJ2:31 J. Chief i jj Wood'n lllack lUwk sired tthe dams of on Arnim a ig end Mrnont. Jr , . j6, and gran-da2 dam Bess Sister to James Howell, Jr., by Hamiltonian 10, sire of Dex of llelle Ilrasheld a aa and I'rotlene a.i8 ter 12:17. llryati is a beautiful bay, foaled June iih, 83. He will make ihe picsenl season i8;j at.Moreland by Harry Clay 45, sire of the dams of St. Julien 2:111, Bodine 3 dam Jessie Savre The Standard and Ilegistered Jennet Jack m lis north of llustonsille, on the Danville taud 2:10, nnd 12 more that have produced 2:30 trotters; also for Mule and Jennet Colts, and llustontillo pile,; at sire of the dam of Electioneer, sire of 50 in the 2:30 list. for Jacks, Same Terms. At $10 to Insuro a Living- Oolt. 4 dam by Liberty, son of Lance, by American Eclipse. WaUingham 2100, sire of Naboth, is one of the youngest sons of George Wilkes He 11 a sure foal getter and a una breeder. Lein retained on colt for senson money, mares 51f., record 2:22, who sired Harry Wilkes 2:13, Guy Wilkes 2:15, Mike Wilkes 2:15, e Tor Full DoAcripton and Extended bred to another horse or traded oir makes season Wilcox 2:10, and 02 others in 2:30 list; also 41 producing sons nnd 10 producing money due. call on or addres, daughters. W.S. WIGIIAM, Notk. Naboth is n bay horse, 10 hands high, foaled June 28, 1838. His pedigree Morelaud, Ky. I. S. TEVIS, contains the hlood of Haruhletonian, George Wilkes, Mambrino Chief, Pilot, Jr., and Harry Clay. 840 to insure a living colt. 7 (Near) Shelby City, Ky. Hlood Chlel, by Itlwd's lllack II iwk; dam Mlsa Sire of Fan Ic Robmsnn, 2 tnu Metropolitan by Rylrk's Hvm Human dam Hyacinth by oluntivr uand.i,., CI tra, clam of Dealer nnd Dictator, by e.y's American Star. aieiropotiin la ackno.tJged by ml i be one of me. ucii.niiii ii many tne seiy t,,t. hrc.I stallion ever foaled. His full sister Reina Victoria, told Standard Rule 6. at the Mcrerran Sale lor J; MJ. tho highest price ever paid for a brrl-re nt a public tale. Two Record 2:21, mado in third heat in race at Evansville, me uj -- ir..uJH.m,ii,ni.iiner 01 wn ch were ever hooked single, sold at public Kit) f r $i,ji, ver- - 2:10; will go in 12:15 this reason. Will remain in stud till J11HITK IILOUD CHhIK;yi WWMMI& csaaaai aaMss, KfAiOTH 101 Ind. Has trotted miles in June 1st mid then go back EUHEKACHIEF Black stallion; tfi hands high; without white! m EMPEROE 27. m 820 $10 - Ted-ijire- DIRECTED 13945, GILT EDGE Registered 261. oiu nome or Will make the season nt ;j at "Maples" the Arthur Sims and Wy.nJotte, 1 ONWARD MESSENGER. retained on colt for service fee Directed 0-IA.ID"as sired tjy Director 15S0 record in by Old Stonewall Jackson, dam Fanny Wilkes by Ueoige Wllket fe'eord t e.s fancy saddle ttallion will make the seascn a . ad dam Ian (dam of KaleSr.MRue Vig, Lil Seal brown stallion, I5J hands high, foaled 1885; bred by George W. Carico, Terra mile from Milledgeslllr, 01 ifoi at our stable .,...-- .. . , i lt af iince, tan 01 riyjntr Haute, Ind. L,mtoln county, Ky , oil the Stanlord and Morgan; 3d d.mUueen. by General GilTord; 4th SIRED RY RED WILKES 1740. .iu scarcity of money, dam rarny. by Lnancellar, 5th daai by pike Owin l American wt will statid mm 1 dam Xcllie I) by Bolt. directed s 13 hands, i mrhet high; he Is by Copporbottorn. built Oolt. magnificently the and splendidly proportioned; 2 dam Lucy 1 deep through heart, short back, long hody! Sliitul.nl. Bred by Charles Dunn. Red Wilkes 1740 (sire of Red Belle 2:11. Prince Wilkes 2:143, Allie Wilkes 2:15, Short from knc tO r- 1 Criiuml. . .. . frnm l.nl A. hnrl ..( .w -- to cr due when in colt coirct nr mare 'art d one ioiii, nip ann sunn, nice mane and tail Crow Phil Thompson 2:10, nnd S3 others in 2:30, eleven in 2:20: 2S in 1S01) by George SIUED BY ONWAltD CHIEF JIM. intelligent countenance. ilkes 010; 1 dam Queen Uulo by .Mninurino Chief 11, etc. Mares grtied 'i ted at reasonable pnecs. V. c"."u tyfinna wiln He Is beyond ny doubt a born trotttr. A son of By Onward 1111, record 2 251, Mteof ID Not tesMoslble fur accidents sbouUI auy occur. Bolt, by Alexanders' Abdallah 15 (sire of Almont, Belmont, etc) 1 dam by Grey the great Director .i7,ih only horse that ever lllll U(c is .Uautiful rod scrtel. tl. ay mane in 2:J0 Hot, alho 17 producing son, mid 10 and tail, is hands i nches high- - was lealcd Sept Ined with a record as good as :i; that has sired Englo. with rvcords better than a ij Ilut the power prtnluclng daughters. 6, ir4. and is a pcricct saddle hcrs Grady Wilkes is by one of the greatest living sires, U kind and gentle nnd has freright of showed ami ICO to beget extreme speed Is the Gill J y.ar-olit dam Ijtdy Mesenger, by Ilutcliui-bon'- s the Ldc was premium at Kitkiville and Dir. rector, having sired Direct birth 204. who Dl quently shown a 2:30 gait. Will make the season at p) to insure a living colt. haa Clieif 12120; 2d tlam Kliw Jane, vllleand In hts Awn nog at Hrro.our; thoai won Jj8.js;.o; Margaret S., mniugs $10.. who has won idam of Maud Mtengcr 2 10 j Merit 2 37 who want to bleed to a good laddie stallion aic Jilts; Kvangellne 4 yrs, a Sl.aaosnd Directum j vrs) winnings Ju.-6J- 7 by Gentle Brewu 3ii(, hire of 1'earl 230, Cor In. invited to look at our horse and see hue jO, making, total of J69.4fo as for Kitty lUvers, dam of Bortle niOtt as s.red by Second Jewel, h by Cunning tette Director and his get have won tho quarAc; ad dam altogether Saddle Stallion. By Silver King nnd out of a Gray E.iirle mare. He is a handJiM.-iJ(iirl 2U7, by Abdnllnh 15, ulrc of Almont, ham's lewel. bt lv oik. Vtftiiigton Denmark some dark gray and a fine show horse. Will stand at $10 to insure a living colt. T. A. ELKl.V, .y i.lc Oonsld's lUlcorn His hr.tdam Minnir Beltnout, c.; 4tli dam by Ketl Jacket. lre 9 I also have dam br Lancaster, Ky. his tit at will stand at $10 to Insure. ecbnd of the dam of Kentucky Wilkei 221 1. Swnewall damby Wrus oy ashington tst Denmark, lacksou , h Stable two miles south of HtMonville on Morelaud and Carpenter's Stntion pike. and grnndam of h ky IllttV Denmark, his nt ila byCruvader Madison Wilke 22SJ J. K. BAUQHMAN, KedWIlkc. So So 217J, Lizzie Wilkes he b OW Whip, d dam a Roiky Mouoia n m.rc. By Second Jewel 48. At $20 to Insure. Saddle Stallion. Ray horse, 15 hads high, 3 white feet, heavy mane andstail, style and action. Siretl by Woodford Denmark. 1 dam by King William. 2 dam by Goddard's Sumpter Denmark. 3 dam a thor- ougnbreu. 010 to insure a living colt. 5r id dam by Goodwood, son of Lexington, the founder ol thn ereat family of race horses. Eureka, by that great show stallion, Coleman's Eureka; oam by Jones Crockett by Scott. Crock ett. son of Davy Crockett. Blood Cheit Jr.. by Blood Cbeif 793; 1st dam Llztie Gaugh, by Washington Denmark; zd dam Old (ennle, by Robert Bruce (thoroughbred). Coleman's Eureka, the grandsire of Eureka Chelf, was by Vouug't Morgan dam by Boston &c. Eureka unci! is a worthy representative ot a horse that founded at great a. family of saddle season in borse. as any stallion that ever made Kentucky, viz: Coleman'. Eureka. Coleman's was never beaten in saddle and combined Eureka rings, and he imparted to his get size, color, style young horse, has ana finish. Eureka, though won .bout 50 blue ribbons t Kentucky Fairs. Eureka Chelf has never been shown, was not broken to saddle until last year; but judging from his sire, style, color and action, we predict for him the tame success that has attended his sire and gr.ndsire in show rings. His dam Mag, b'y Blood Cheif Jr., was a winner In .11 chutes and by a horse that never sired mean one. This horse is bred right sire hones that will command the attention of .11 Intelligent horsemen. Ue it good individuall.nd can show for himtclf in any com- Will make the season of 1893 at Adam Ky., c. ence place, one mile from fine Hustonville and Stanford pike, Stanford, at foaled 1SS8. SIKKD HV EUREKA. Son of Coleman's Eureka. nt dam Mag by Blood Chief Jr., son of Blood Chief 791. . . . s $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. SANDIDGE& HUSTON. Stanlord. Ky. Kihg Huston Silas M. Sandidge. il. WILKES, JEB ness i$ :- -: STUART. At $15 to Insun Living V ill to ul . tt:, SI5 n, ' -- H- Four Fino Jacks hanilt high, sired by Mambrino Patchen, (53) First dam Puss Prall, dam of Lottie Pr.ll a aS?, Lady Stout a aj, Black Diamond 199 and five producing sons and three producing daughters. By Mark Tine, ad dam Cora, by Daniel Webster. In color, size, style, finish and especially in hit leg! and feet he is the counterpart of the old horse and like his sire, he imparts his superb finish to bis colts. Jcb Stuart is a full brother to Mambiino Time, that, age considered, it the greatest brood mare tire yet before the publit, his daughters having already produced 15 Irom a i6i to a ayJi and the oldest but eight years old. Jeb Stuart will make the teason of 18)3 at Mill. 1 milei north of Stanford, on Dix River, at $20 the Season, or Dud-dera- Jeb Stuart, sire of Kitty Patchen a at V, Dark at'-and '2 30, is .black horse, Out-Cro- u r's $30 to Insure a Living Oolt. Money due when colt comes or mare sold or bred to another horse. For further inlormation addreis S. K. DUDDERAR .V KRO., 1 Gilberts Creek, Ky. The Munificently Bred Saddle Stallion, borc, heavy mane and tail, with tvlc and II11W1. and repriviiting 01110 of the best trotting fnuilllc in the whole country. Should make a great tmk horw. Will make a hurt heii..m nt our ktablo 2) miles wet of Stanford, at Bnv 222f, Mc. &c MADISON SANDIDOBck SON, 3 3 Hustonville, Kv. Mltlcdgesllte Ky EB3D B FsMtral A.C3-LE- . -- &ZevZi&m i V. yf ,; fty-T.1-" (GlUXOo Sirod by Dictator lit. ICTATOIIS STANDARD. Black Stallion; Foaled in 1S34; 101 hands high. $12.00 to Insure a Marc in Foal. At aute place n STANDARD. LARGE MUI.IS JACK, At JU) to 7 4 iii-u- re kvy J.A.AS.T. HAKIMS. Stiiufotd, Ky. Wedgewood 436. rhls fine siddlc atallion will maVc the iraton ol 11,3 at my siablt one mile west of McCorwacU Church on the Knob Llel. McCormaeVs Chuich and Turneisvillc turnpike road, Lincoln Co., Ky, at S3 iMe. niuJ twy, Mack lee. kuntis high. matte and tail, Ssiosl by Ih weU rc.ew.csl Rod Ssjstlrrcl, the grwitMt saddle stalltoa wt earlh The wsntwr stf tke Wst t St. Lours, Me, fair, a tkn pfi A1W. stsJIiM a.r ae. I'teMum i5. SMend as the beat saildW tlaUloo, mare er getstutg any age; wsWel Mtllity premium S150 Third as the : pfswilwsm $ijs. stallion, mire or geMUsg any A success net achieved by any ether statHeu on cailh Itefote er since, living or dead. Re4 Squirrel sired b Klack Squirrel, by Dlack lbgle Ac. K Kagle's dam. Rmvrna Wekb Kutaell 741, by Funk't Sumpter Deiuiork, wat neser doleatetl 111 a walking ring by stalrUm, twire or gelding. Red Kaglo will be permitted te terse jo mares, Mays, SENTINEL 21479 Which EAGLE BIRD Will make the present season at the stable of his owner, two miles west of Stanford, on the Shelby City pike, at the low price of ssl the Sca::n, cr $10 to lasaro a Llvle Colt Tear Hcntb: Old. 113. HECORD mad with but little hamilini;. Sire of .lav Eve See 2:10, I'hatlas 2:181. Director 2:17 and 33 others in the 2:30 drntincl 11479 ws "red bj-- Almont Sentinel by 11), nnd 33 others list, and grand iro of Direct 2:00, Xancv Ilttuks 2:0 1. Looklutrt uy iiantkiciittiian to acniiuvt, Jan b Mi.kcMW.rc .t .Urn lv Lo.it.'. Hi Dictator hv Hamhletonian (site of Electioneer. George Wilke, Dex in the 2:30 lllunUn. 31I thurouL'ht.rwI otc.) dam Clara!(d:itnot Dexter 2:17, Alma 2.2-- J and Astoria 2:2.U) bv Ameri Hinel 11, v M a nrauliful ilar bay. 16 hands ter, high, htavynaue nnd tail and pronounced by can Star 14 (,siro of the dams of Guy 2:12, Koburl MeGregor 2:17, etc.) CMtipctMii judftstob thchitulwniett horse in Kentucky 1 dam Alice. . . .by Almont 33, record 2: 30 J. by Abdallah 15 of Goldsmith Maid In seleirtini;. itallmn 1 cndrasurcxl to one 2:14, and Ilelmont, site of Xutwoiul 2:lS:j) dam by Mambrino ltn a gentle dii(K.itinn, coiuoiowl with tite. Chief 11, out of a daughter of l'ilot. Jr (sire of the dam . of form fine sq.i.re truttinj action, spet.l and individual mtirit as wellas pliree. As a lire I nin Maud S. 2:0S:j). Almoin sired oj iu the 2:80 list. tttlsfied that hit iscoti is aiiird, at he hat some ry promiiti txro- s I am sure will 2 dam that May Queen 2:20. of the dams of by Norman 25 (sire of 30 list this year cf them re Xorval 2:17, Fanny Robinson 2:20, Norman Medium 2:20, etc.) soW at lhel.exlin;ion tales this sear and brought good price.. by Morse Horse 0; 1st dam Slocum mare, by Magnum IJonum. St iitii.t-- im9 ill make the season ot tSos at my stableat McKinmy, 3 dam Young Twyman mare, by Coeur de Leon (llevis). .. $15 to Insure a Living Oolt, $15. action as any horse in Kentucky As a unilorm breeder ot high styled, high finished, tine colored colts he is not surpassed by any hcrse within our knowledge. He was sired bv the neit Kin? Earle. winner of mote than 40 preiuiums.J Urn U.ini by bur tale, best sou of Cabbell's Lexington.) ad dam by Hamlet Denmark, (son of Washington Denmark I d dam by Harris' Denmark, (son of Miller's Denmark. King Eagle was never beaten In the model ring by horse, snare or gelding. Sired by Black Eagle, sire of lllack Squirrel 1st dam the dam of Mark Diamond and Monte Christoi by Black William. Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Parting with mare positively forfeits insurance Grass furnished at $ per month it d.-i- 1 hat a line mane and tall, with Eagle Bird Is a dark brown, full as much style aud i hands. He ct (lre S"the car-old- To Lula2.lt, At $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. colt standi up and tuckt, mare parted with or bred to another hone. Grass liirnishvd at per month. Not rctnanti ble fur accidents should any occur, Mttnej due wlifn 4 dam Old Twyman mate, (untraced). , rnonry Is paia, Colts standing cool iilitit The cheapest fee of a. y stallion in the Stale, marcs partnl with or rtmoved from Co., lorlclts Discrlption and t'cdlgiee. brreditig contidetrd. Insurance money hoas-uiic He is a dark bay 134 hands hijh, Personal attention to tiock at owntr's risk. a and tall, very sniooilie, rscn Inrtied horse ill K. D. KKNNKDV, I . all the fancy saddle xalts which he transn.iu . Hustouville, Ky crrat unllorroity. Hewassiredby Secona ewef Denmark (Cuonlnshamj ;v, 1. -- ) ,9. he by old Washington Denmark 64 tat dam Ltllin Denmark sired by old Stonewall DenJackwm ft, he by old Washington mark M dam Criissader Ac., id Ja.a was encoe sired by Rlffe'f l.lemoe, ho by I ,. the dam a IhoroughbrrHl 3d dam as s... 1111. Torn Hal and out of a Coppo.. Kretold KealultiK the great demand for n In si cars sadFouled li00. Ked bnv, lOr.hnnds high. dle stallion 1 have taken crcat pains tc cross this horse uud I respectfully l.mte the inspection and Full brother to Silver King, Hold King, iiatronag of every one vtishlni; to bred to a horse Silver Queen nnd the great hhow mare, lieloDCiuif o the ,n"M lopular and fashionable bred tamilies of hia class, as ht crosses back to the Allie G.J acknowledged foundation saddln strains. Ilv On Time. U dam Mollio Mountz. Mares kept any way on liberal terms, but not Silver King wan burned in Hue's stable responsible for any accidents should any occur. . Jn George Dictator will make the seaon of 1S93 at S 15 to insure a living colt. CEOKGEE.ALFORD, 9 McKlnney, Ky. Hlack stallion, nearly LB 1G CSrSjJkJSTID high; foaled lSO; bred ville, Ky. by Yellow hand- - 74S. by George Will also stand a good Mule Jack Shelby- - F. Keene, At3 to insure. B. P. WOODS, Stanford, Ky. j ROYAL KING. EBEIOSSON JR. 3 ELUN U r.ye-"v- c .N eat-eld V, Sirod by Mambrino Lo QrandJOO, (son 1 of Washington Denmark.) dam Black Silk Jacket 112. WALLACE DENMARK 55. 15 J M.CARTKR.JR., Shelby City Ky SILVER TIP 169. This handsome saddlx stallion will make the season of 1S01 at the stable of ltcarley llros , one mile west of Stanford on the Huttnntil.e turn-plLe, icn iM Id vonrs old. sired more trootl sntldie ofbisdav. jr., dam by Bodoc - , JUauU . ., t, i sircoi riiux tircot in. t horn's than any horbo in Kentucky nt the atid Nuttsoud. tut c lit ie u. usaily kind, eaine age. Gold King was bred to two of the good sue, tine style, ha in; picuuccU tome Which I will stand nt the same place and time at best the country can afford. $10 to insuro a living colt. venrs old and cot two colt- smures at They ar pood roadsters and the ocst Will pasture marcs at S2, but not responsible for accidents. no hotter in this country: see Sain Harris horses, and handled would make good ct family racers. M. S. BAUQHMAN, Willi akelhe teaiou at nr stable iK miles from and Hillv Murphy. Silver Queen, Bhown line, was a great winner. Allie Miistonvilldcn the Hustor.villc and Liberty road, IIV Dill StanfordJCy.'S 3 (J., educated by Nels Rowland, was hard At $10 to Insuro v. M no in Foal. lie present owner rciusen to down. i2.1fi0 for her. Maret bred and traded or brea elsewhere renders Kovnl Kimr will serve fifteen mares at season due. Lein retained on coh until scttou is eiltq-XjIsieh- : paid. my htnblo, near l'ink Cottage. Pasture J per .11 2 dam by Drcunou. IC v. S IN TO JI A U D a jav anl itucod and half brotner to 3 dam by Highlander. neilan. ot Moquctlc no; Ciauipiou stallion tecord ) and the ureol the dan c' HtlU.ra, vj Grand has been a very successful a:oS;,aisnot tnc damsof three oifi ts wtt. lecoiJ. show horse, having never been -of 2. io, 11 aula 19 all madv. in show ring. Is perfectly kind and gentle and is a No. 1 breeder. Erncss-I., It a solid blicls l'liarirt.. ; ani. weighs ijco Km., and It astalhcr nut r ccm cor Will eland at IO lo insure a living colt. I also have himself. Uy n hands high. God-dar- xi beaten in a Hedgeford. i dam a By SUMPTER DENMARK, JR.; he by Denmark, he by Gaines, Cromwell's Denmark, ho by the race horse Denmark, ho by Imp. Fannio Wallace, No 36, bj Sir Waliar. he uy lodhuuter's Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert (thoroughbred.) dam by VIrgintus(dam of VlrginiushvTran- by. (thoroughbred) he by Mason's Whip. dam ....a Whip Mare. hrnctson 130, ir.c Ci.ampUr. al S when fi 1 1. 1.1 Thxeo Good Jaoks, 12 3 11 $15 tho Insurance XJCXEL 262, years old; 16 hands high. By WALLACE DENMARK 5y, l4ee pedigree of Wallace Denmark jj.) Mag 37, by Vldette, by VIndex, he by 1 dam lltood's Black Hawk, he by Old Hlack IlHwk. Vldettr't 1st dam by Whip, 3d dam Gallatin, 3d dam Old Tiger. 1st dam bv Mambrino Chief 11, d dam by Old Bay .Metsenger, 3d daui by Cannon's Whip. a dam Julia Wallace, bv .r Wallace, he by Todhunter't Si. V.i.ace, he by Sir Albert, (thoroughbred.) by Virginlut, he by Mason's Whip. 3 dam Whip mare. 4 dam 4 Viu-dex' -- At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. At $15 to Insure, al.'Living Colt. Moueyduo when colt is foaled or mare parted with moved out of the count) or bred to another horse, l'asturago furnished mares from a dtstame taken to preat Ij per mouth. Dui care will bo no event will vent accidents and escapes, but In we l reiponslble lor either. was sired by Silver King, Tip I'edigreei-Sllverh bvUn Time, he. bv Stonewall lacksou. Fifat dam by kkedaJdle. by Oliver, sou of Wag-onedam by Red Lion. Mnllle Mounce. tired b ....' -second rf.m 11..'. Hlood lllack Cabbell'a Lexington, son of son of a Taylor's M ca Young America, ,d dam kkedaddle'a 1st dam by Medoc, jd dam r: risk. 9 1.50 month, mares at ownert E. S. POWELL. Combined bay stallion, t6,hands hijh; both hind ankles white. hunteb. JOB E. KAURIS, Stanford, Ky. Huttonsille, Ky. CLEVELAND, Splendid liny Clydcsdalo Stallion will stand at "" "."."a. ir.i BBASLBY BROS .eo It ... c Two miuriiliicently brcd'Jacks will make the fanciest bred taoaie siitiuuui blood .courting through hi, tho season at he very best saddle both tidet ttioroughWeds. up on backed f'"Vi .;. 10 this atalllon'a wddle iiualitiea. he - L..1.1 . .n trni. wnicn eminently icvuiu. $& combined ma. .aire of high data him at a hort-JiV-e fine can readily recommend Coll and scoj them before you breed third nuoii and Ms breeder,.. thl will b his with the get of any favorably wt I compare J. W. GIVENS, your mares. horse in tnecouimy. McKinnoy, Ky. foaled My,, .333, mane handa is a beautiful red hay, 13K perfection. We claim and tsil, which he carnea to Vie has more natural that lot tila young stallion any atallion in the coun try-- In tvle and action than saddle ia model in form and ... .word, be that lb.. U on. o can be readily T'DUe.a.3.?:-SUv1Cw- $8 to Insure a Living Colt. ..,..m to Insure a Living Colt. W. H. HAYS by Davy Crocket, son of Denay't Drenpon, by, Imp. dam the Win. Lusk saddle mare Drennon. the best saddle mare ever in Garrard Co. by Highlander. a dam : : Abdallah Messenger (sire ot English Hunter) is by Messenger Chief (sire of Maud Messenger a 16V lake a at, ana 7 otters oetter man a 301. iti uam sutie ioy aentinei 3,21, in 1073, sire 01 von Atmn a 10M and 7 others better than 3 30, and lull brother to olunteer) ad dam Kitty Rivers (g. d. ol .,'1 1 Will make the season of 1893 at my stable at Maud Messengers 16! by Alexander s Abdallah (sire of Goldsmith Maid 14 and the most prepotent son 01 itysuyk-- i iiamoieioniaa j Rowland by Red Jacket, (sire of the dam of Kentucky Wilkei 3 dam a at and of the g. d. of Red Wilkes by Comet a son of Sherman Morgan, sire of Vermont's to Colt. Black Hawk, founder of the Morgan lamity. sne greatest lAmuy 01 ruausic.ro m mc worm. He it dark bay, 16 bands high, foaled In iSiS. Heit a fine saddle horse, wltn fine style aud I will stand Enslish Hunter the season of 189.1 at my stable 3 miles from Shelbv City, on the Knob action and good mane and tail. Lick and Turnersville pike, at $8 to insure a living colt Monev due when colt is foaled or mare He wis sired by Hubble's On Time, he by old parted with. I will also stand the excellent young Jack, Stonewall J.ckton, he by W.thington Denmark, nc oy uainct Denmark, be by Imp, MedrelorU lit dam by Kiu; WiUiara. tha nntd saddle ital. lion; ad dam bv Whin: id dam bv old TelecraDh. great producer of saddle horses. high, On Time, Jr., bred from all good families of sad Three years old, 16 hands Kcene, with white points, heavy bone good style and extra lcngth.l ISired by Wight's Mamlack, Tom die horses in Kentucky, will undcubtedly produce the championM.rlngo Mammoth. by Rube Ilillingtou, he by Clark's Mammoth, he by Montgomery, Tom Keene't dam by Col. Epsom, he by Epsom's by he by moth, good saddle horses. Cole's Montgomery, by Old Black Sampson. Tom Keene's second clam by Mogul, by Compromise, by Will also stand a young jack at same place and Tippecanoe, by Black Hawk, by Imp. warrior Gov. St. John's dam Dolly Woods, by Tully'. Warsame price. jennet. young Jack, her to A lien will be held on .11 colts till season is paid. rior,great daman Imported and to theThe above finely bred the greatest whose blood lines trace twice an noted Black Hawk, of the Warrior family, with Warrior family the For further information, c.ll on or address Infusion of ftesh Imported blood close up, should prove a great breeder. There will also be some of his V. H. DUDDERAR, last year's get in the neighborhood to thow for themselves. Will stand at $10 to insure a living colt Rowland Ky. toppr oved mares and Jij lorjennets; without distinction at to sex of progenv. uy .nrvLiL.A.i messenger. ON TIME, JR., $15 the Insurance. TOM B0SZ2TS01T. Son of Wallace Denmark; 1st dam by Miller' Denmark, he by the race horse Denmark; his dam FlorlKl, sd data by Montgomery's Oliver, 3d dam by Old Drennon. Tom is tine shaped horse, black with heavy mane and tail, ts)f hands high; is a natural saddler and will warr ant him a saddle breeder. $8 the 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 for accidents or escapes. Parting with slock forfeits Insurance. I have .nice track and stable in connection with my business. Mr. Roy Iteailey. fancy saddle hoise man, is with me and we are prepared to han die horses, both lor saddle and harness, satisfactorily to our patrons. At $8 . insuro a Living . . edDisrisiBiirDQia OTa caaaMUL . J. STEELE CARPENTER. i Hnatonvllle, Ky. B. F. POWSLL. j. . t. .'i w . a, 1 , " v? ' r th Dr. William Uunio Harris, a promimen know be- nent Louisvillo physician, is dead. proved what all sensible Gov. Hogg, of Texas, Iihs vetoed the fore that it was organized to levy trib- uto upon tho peoplo nud get pensions sugar bounty bill passed by the recent May 20, 1893 Stamford, Ky., houestly if possible, but anyhow to got Legislature Mrs. Mary Bozorth, of Grayson, is a pensions. In other words, tho "Grand Republicans," as our distin- candidate for jailer to till the uuexpired Army of the W. -- . guished fellow citizen, tho Hon. Brent term of her husband who died not long Hays, commander of the local colored since. Association The Pharmaceutical post, calls the organization, is out for tho To to stuff, and will not tolerate any express- which has been in session in Louisvillo, so to we ion of advocacy of honest pensions by its choso R. J. Snyder, of that city, for preswe members. The charter of the Fnrnham ident and selected Paris as the next to be by come. Post of New York city has just been re- place of meeting. Thk remains of tho late beloved presi Miss Mollio Hewlett, of Gallatin, voked by order of Commander-in-Chie- f dent of the Confederate States, Hon. Jef- Weissert, becauso it had the courage and Tonn., shot herself through tho head beferson Davis, will be moved from their patriotism to pass resolutions condemn cause Clarence Garnett, a young lawyer, temporary resting place at New Orleans ing tho present pension system and in illegally married her and after accom- to Hollywood Cemetery next week, veighing against the issuing of pensions plisldng his purpose deserted her. where they will await the resurrection. to any A fabulous gold striko is reported but those soldiers who, by reason The three days' journey will be a con- of wounds or other disabilities are inca- from the Grand Summit mines in Wash- We to We canseLL tinuous ovation by the Southern people, pacitated from earning a living, adding ington. At a depth of 200 feet an almost in honor of their departed leader. The very truthfully that as much real patri solid body of puro gold was discovered, G$c, A ceremonies at Richmond will bo very piece of ore assaying two otism mav be shown by refraining in the a imple. After the procession has halted G We time of pence from indicting unnecessa- pounds of pure gold, equal to a value of big in the cemetery, and the various organ- ry burdens on the country as by coming $175,000 a ton. izations have been assigned to tho posito her defense in time of war. ComThe navy department has completed tions they will occupy, the band will says the pausing and arrangements for conveying the Colummander Weissert render a funeral dirge, which has been parading of such resolutions before the bus caravals, the Santa Maria, Pinta and composed by Frof. Jacob Reinbard, of among Nina, from New York to Chicago. They public ana disseminating that city. Bishop Hugh Miller Thomp the posts is in contravention tueintho rules will be towed through the St. Lawrence of eon, of Mississippi, will read a selection of the organization and hostilo to its and tho cost of transportation will reach We we from Scripture, after which the hymn, principles. This candid admission of the almost 15,000. "How Firm a Foundation," will be sung, purposes ol t no u. A. u. ought to conUnited States Marshal Blackburn Rev. Dr. Moses D. Hoge, the pastor of vince everybody that it is time to rail a and a force of 150 deputies went yesterthe Second Presbyterian church, of Rich- halt on -:-:- the rapacious concern. There is day to act as a body guard to Special mond, will then offer a prayer, and this a limit to natural as well as human en- Collector Capp, who seeks to levy on invocation will be followed by the interthe property of Muhlenberg county durance and ment The benediction will be pronounc- ed, .no one that limit has been reach carrying out an order of court in begrudges tne liberal pened by Rev. Dr. 0. S. Barton, the rector so sioning of those who deserve it, but the the famous railroad tax suit. of Christ's church, Norfolk, who was parto ! Tom Litzenburg, of Cincinnati, has line must be drawn at ticularly attentive to Mr. Davis while he been arrested and placed in jail on a sutlers and wool $5 was imprisoned at Fort Monroe. On and the pension list be restor- charge sworn out by the Enquirer. The our seventh page will be found excellent charge is that of counterfeiting coupons -, pictures of the Davis family. The one ed to a roll of honor. UWi.iiywi-,- , KJVIIIU ivfui uuv. in the contest which that paper is carry- - fOI l "C. of Mr. Davis represents him as he looked Patience has ceased to be a virtue. jng on for the purpose of ascertaining when he was chief executive of the The people have stood the Legislature as policeman, teacher, proud but Confederacy, those long as they can and if the members are the most popular fireman, etc. of Mrs. Davis and Miss Winnie are as wise in their day and generation they Mrs. P. J. Baehr, of Columbus, Ohio, they bow appear. It will be worth a will read the handwriting on the wall, has just died of blood poisoning, caused pilgrimage to the capital of the Confed shut up shop and go home. They are linger, receivFAWM AND TRADE ITEMS. erate Spates to see the crowds of old sol- doing nothing and cannot do anything by a slight scratch on her ed while opening a can of corn beef. Her diers who will gather to pay the last without a quorum, except to mulct tho A farm of 1G2 acres near Paris sold was caused tribute of respect to their leader and wit- State 1,000 a day. Now is the accepted physicians say the poisoning at $05 an acre. by fatty matter getting into the wound. ness (he unparalleled devotion that they time to adjourn. B. F. Jones, Jr., bought of J. T. Terthe right- While tho husband of the deceased was entertain for his memory. There is noth- eous indignation of an outraged popudressing her sores he was poisoned and ry a plmton pony for $100. ing wrong in this love for their old lead, Martlu rt Craig bought of Dr. J. T. lace may make it too late for action. he too will likely die. I lis entire ers. On the contrary, it is most com- Verb interest in the of butcher stuff' at 2Jc- sat. sap. Marshal Mernaugh, of Paris, shot Morris a lot mendable. These old soldiers accepted One planter at Orlando, Fla , has and fatallv wounded Bush Hart, Sr. in good faith the arbitrament of arms E.mmktt Louan bos bought a new suit 00,000 pineapple plants under a single and are as true now as the truest to the of clothes and now sports a diamond pin Hart and son had had trouble with a shed. best government the world ever saw, and and a stove pipe hat. At least that is butcher named McCandlees and were W. H. Hays sold to M. S. Baughman it is a mean and contracted heart that the way the clever cartoonist of the Lou- prtpinng to waylay that gentleman. for L M. Dunn a saddle mare, 0 years would deny them the privilege of weep- isville Commercial pictures the editor of The marshal was notified and he asked old, for $150. ing oyer their dead, or call into the Times. If it bo really true that Lo- the Harts to go on and avoid any trouThe wheat crop in this county is ble. The elder Hart became infuriated question their loyalty for doing so. The gan has reformed in the matterof dress, Urge yield And- looking splendidly and South reveres her dead heroes. Let her his best friends of tho rural roo3!er bri- and tired at Mernaugh, missing e ems assured. then fired tho fatal shot. show it without invjdious remark or gade wont know him next week, unless Fifty six yearlings from the Runuy-medcruel tauuts. perchance those No. 11 feet maintain ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. MT. VERN0H, stud at Paris were sold in New their former classic appearance. average of . The Louisville editors have arranged Frank Brinkley shipped a few days York for an D. P.. Watta, of Woodford county, to royally entertain the Kentucky Press NEWSY NOTES. since a white snake to Frank Riley, of Association next Monday afternoon and sold to Hambrick. of Georgetown, 22 London. The National Commission voted SO evening. The meeting will be in the old cattle at $ 15. Ij. Timw. Mr. P. T. Welsh and Miss Ellen Do- to --7 to open the World's Fair on SunCommercial Club room", where Mayor John Saunders, ol uanaru, uougm lin, of thi place, were married at day. will deliver an address of welcome Rockcastle and Laurel a lot of mounTyler in Wednesday. Mrs. Gottlieb, of L'pper Sandusky, 2jo. and turn over tho keys of the city to the O , fell dead just as she was preparing to New heavy steel rails and full bal- tain heifers and steers nt 2 to Cuba is esti- guests. President C. M. Meacham will take sacrament. The yield of sugar in 7 last will be put in between II rod head ...i)Minmi mm, ft very large in- respond. President Bowden, of tho Comand Altamont this summer. The Monarch Distillery, at Peoria, mercial Club, will also have something III., the largest in the world, has seceded Ami ask a continuance of the patronage extended the firm of IliVmns Circuit court opened Monday, Judge crea-- e over the average production. to say, and numerous editors will deliv- from the whisky trust. The Cliniax says that Covington, & VanArsdale, and will make it to the interest of T. .. Morrow presiding and Common others to trade with bought 10,000 pounds me. 1 he books t up eloquence, er themselves of and accounts have been transferred to me and I wil' The House voted 41) to 21 to change wealth's Attorney O. X. Lester at his Arnold & Co. have average ol 2le. if the hose is not turned upon them. A the Feoble-Miudof wool in Madison at an his 9t. continue the latter with all who desire. Institute to an punch-bow- l and other accompaniments Ben Hanison.the son of Goverit Nunuelley bought in tho Clothing, Hoots and Shoes will be sold regardless of cost to close for insane women. at out will acceutuute the warmth of tho welThree hundred buildings were de Jones, died from the effects of the inju East Kod 10 extra good butcher cattle stock. come to the city. In the evening music stroyed by fire at Saganaw, Mich., caus- ry received last week and was buried 21c and a broodmare of James Oaks for and refreshments will be discussed at ing a loss of $1,300,000. Wednesday. ISO. Phienix Hill. The Globe (Quartet has Frank Brinkley had a round of it Ban.iuet won the Parkway liandiJohn Martin killed Mattie Young, a 1. 1.... i. been engaged and Sol Marcosson.the no- woman of introduced Lawyer can. beating Diauio, me nruoMjii ii... in at general row Tuesday night. He ted violinist, together with the flower of at the Gum Spring Saloon, in Middles-bor- Phillips as "Burk" Kilgore, the Texas ,!,.' tri,,tir. hv a. length. Illume was Uli-..FOR the other local talent, luts consented to Congressman, who kicked in the uoora third. James Whitcomb Riley and Doug- of the House. appear and perform. The next morning yearlings Irom the Fo'ty-ninthe members of the Association, with lass Sherley will be together for SO nights LexiuRtou, were eold at Monday night some unknown party their wives and sweethearts, will leave in joint readings during the season of went to the house of Jerusha Giles Tattersalls. N. Y., for Sftf.SOO, an average for Chicago on a special train, kindly ISM 94. j near Brodhead, forced a plank from the off 1,125. James Brown and Miss Mary Smoot, side of tho building and fired a shot intendered free of cost by the PennsylvaMr. J. B. Green, ol Hustonville, was nia railroad and for several days they while walking on a trestle on their way to the house, striking and fatally wound- here yesterday. He told u- - he has will try to forget tho ills they have in to church were run over and killed by a ing Mrs. Giles. Three buckshot took bought 110,000 pounds of wool this season unrestrained enjoyment. It is estimated passenger train. effect in her arm and side. No trace yet at pn u vera go of -- 21c. The now armored cruiser New York of the perpetrator nor is known the that there will be 100 in the party, in-- Win. Moreland bought of O. P. New- cluding Gov. Brown, who will go to Chi maintained a speed of 21.09 knots an deed. for the land a bunch ol hogs for July delivery at cago to assist in the dedication of the hour on its official trial trip, breaking the RuFsell and wife were here rtc and of E C. Montgomery M) hogs for lawyer Kentucky building, which occurs on the record for war vessels. Tuesday. Col. Alvah Pullins, of Gar- Juno delivery at oc. 1st. A dude dropped a cigarette in a sta- rard, was here with John Pearl, of LonThe Winchester Democrat says there j ble at Nashville and a SIIO.OOO lire was don, Wednesday. Mr. George Denny is were only 200 cattle on the market Mon The agony is over and Mr. Charles II. the result. The worst part of it is tho Sales here from Lancaster in tho land busi- day and prices ran from 2J to :!h Rodes, of Danville, will bo collector of dudo escaped the llames. at Olc. Mr. John Morris, superintendent t mi. a rtuorted ness. this district. Gov. McCreary and the Fir j in tho hold of the stermer Roan- of the oi the Pine Hill Coal Co., was in uruers lor iire.ul hy .Mail or telegraph Promptly Attended to. Ad- ie ItEMKMii-- it entries to the :.ou have settled the matter and oke, of the Old Dominion president line, lying in town Wednesday. Mep.srs. G. I), and DiUltlUII i.nr.d flAMfr- .III tit) 15 flttf tO nrcss. t..1i;n,ti j Mll'n. .w. ZIMMICR, Stanford, Ky. the other 19 applicants aro trying to con- New York harbor, destroyed cotton to John Cook and R. O. Williams, oi Liv- Secretary Lincoln County Fair lor entry sole themselveswith the thought that thu amouut of about jJo.OOO. ingston, are hero this week. W.J. Bon- blanks. Fair date July 27 and 28. whatever is is best. The appointment is Sam Drake has just died, Murdoch er, of Parksvilln, is with the Signal Wayne and -J- ames Helm bought in a very satisfactory solution of a very died last week; Booth is very ill, and again. Messrs. R. L. Marlin and A. J. Pulaski a bunch of extra good luifers question and will be generally ac- Jefferson has had a bad vexed I- spell. The vet Pike, of Brodhead, were in town this He also nought and steers at 21 to Ji cepted as the wisest uuder all the cir- erans of 1 the stage are leaving us. of tho week. Mr. E. Woodall, a director a small bunch of hogs at ." to (h cumstances. Mr. Rodes is u sterling The Citizens Bank of Johnson City, A. ic M. IL R., has been with us this fjal-edemocrat and an excellent gentleman, R. H. Crow tells us that ho had lenn., lias suspended. Tho bank had week. F. F. Bobbitt is attending circuit colt by Temwitii credit to and will till the position a few nights ago a tine an authorized capital of $100,000. The court. Capts. F. M. Ansley ami Frank by Hailstorm. The tho party in power. Wed- ple Bar, 2:171. dun liabilities are JS.000; assets estimated at Harris were attending court here beautifully formed and colt is of tine size, $7S,000. nesday. gre.itHiroaiid LouievtLLKcamo near being an excepAt Danville, Ind., Sam Wesnor was Court Items. Sid Durham an exact counterpart of his ilCircuit tion to the rule that cyclones do not use Wild-ie- . Mr. Crow is very rro'1 of for selling liquor at a. m. shot and fatally wounded by Coley was lined $150 the same path twice. About E P. Faulconer, of Danville, had t!o Brown. Wesner died in a short time. Durham is now in tho custody of the Tuesday a "twister" struck the lower and Ilia last words were, "Pull off my boots. jailer, but will likely n oloased, as he misfortune to lone hu handsome end of tho city, demolishing homea I stallion, Atoka, Saturday, do not want to die with them on." is badly alllicted with Bright's disease. speedy young Abdallnh and doing much damage, but fortunate VK HAVE FOR SALK Two Richmond citizens aro on their Tho case against Robt. Cook, charged from stricture. Atoka was by ly killing no one, Ihu houses were most Mambrino and out of the dam of Soto, w.iy to San Francisco mounted on bicy- with murder was dismissed on peremptoly in a dilapidated condition, save those cles. .Mr. never been regularly A. I). Huff, ono of tho wheel ry instructions of tho judge. It will be 2:201. Ho had which besides other damof the L. & trained, but hud shown a quarter in fl") years old, men, is "' l"u and Edward Mitch- remembered uiai '"' ages, suffered a lo3s of $0,000 to its Tl c simplest binder made. ell is BUfliciently aged to bo known as Scaffold Cane neighborhood, committed seconds. The storm lusted but a few mina snlen- f e it ,ii,,liman id linvinir Pap." a year since. Young Cook euicido about g. utes, but it was frightful while it did DG-PinC- l PO-I- V Theodore Schwartz, the Louisville was charged with having furnished her did B.Msonttiis'yepr and the beat part of , "J"-last. J banker, was acquitted at Shelbyville, with the poison with which she took her it i ha is Hcrviu- - some cf the best mares Tun Pennsylvania and Laku Shore rail- where tho case had been taken on a life and a graud jury returned an indict- in the country. Ueorgo Dictator has Or two horse binder. Deering Mower and Deering Hinder Twine roads are proving that they are excep- change of venue, of embezzling the en- ment last Saptembor. J. F. Kearnes, of proven himself a splendid breeder ami is Call on us for a beautifully illustrated catalogue, "Triumphs of the tions to the general rulo that corpora- dowment fund of the German Orphan Lebanon, against whom the grand jury a veritable gold mine to Mr. Baughman. 19th Century," describing Chicago, the World's Fair, and the 'bitr his Baddler, although in his Deering works; also a lot of neat tions are soulless. Desiring to show Asylum. found indictment at February term, was Le Grand, memorandum books. It will be to A plot to release 10 desperate llrst season here, is getting lots of work me interest 01 every farmer who needs inappreciation of the faithful service their tried and acquitted by peremptory machines to see us belorc bnv B. has in the Frankfort penitentiary was structions. The charge was shipping to do, while with his jacks Mr. of their employes, those roads will glvo ing elsewhere. We will always be found at the office of the The big Stanford every man connected with them a vaca- discovered just In time to prevent its whisky O. O. D. into this county, which served mares by the hundreds. Roller Mills. " that this clever gentleman has tion of two weeks and furnish them and being carried out. The plau was to make has a prohibitory law. Rulings of the "ad no doubt has had sometheir families free transportation to the a rush juat as tho Sunday-schoo- l teach- superior court say there is no legal rea been running W. II. HAYS, Assistant. thing to do with his splendid success. ers were passing out. World's Fair. eon to prevent such shipmouts. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal The Grand Army of the Republic has -- WALTON. NOT TOO LATE YET. EIGHT : PAGES. EVERY FRIDAY. make it follow up our last week's success with another triumph" practically plain you have built up such an immense business in short a iviiile, announce a Remarkable Sale, the merits of which are sure appreciated all who M nd call your attention our LACF CURTAINS. BLINDS. SC. you a pair of lace curtains for JOc, worth 7c; a pair for worth Si. pair for l.$ii, worth 1.7; a pair for 1S0, worth $2; a pair for $1.7? foot Linen Blinds for Sc. worth $2.50. have just received a line CARPETS AND MATTINGS, will offer at greatly reduced prices. - Which are booming things in OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. tax-payer- s, coffee-cooler- s, camp-followers- , bounty-jumper- s, busy as last week in clothing department. Low Prices, Cut Prices did it. BOYS Don' t fail get one of our 7c suits, worth $l.r0. Men's suits for that yon can't suit for $S.Z0, worth $4. Men' s strictly all buy elsewhere for less man iu. uottonade pants for i0c, Men's jeans pants Never ww-..- d THE LOUISVILLE STORE. I Have Purchased of W. H. Higgins. GROCEEY h e i'-M- ear HARDWARE BOOTS t Mid-dlesbor- o CLOTH m i SHOES ,K, long-pen- ed asj-Iti- m ll' J". 'VJA.iTLR,S3D.IJE te, o. o Faacv Grocories.Bread. Cake:. Pic: Candies, Lunches,Fnits, &c, reu-so- n CALL ON R. ZIMMER, THE BAKER. 1 A Good Meal I for 25 Cts. id-- , i ( II MM I Jf llvl-m-- - d f - 1 -- I N-- , round-houB- e. ""'"" The Deering Improved Steel Binders. J Rl'nHcn . IUC con-yiet- a t f rSS7S5n rim?rvyvimr Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal .May 20, 1R93 Take your repairs to Dankc, Jeweler.- - Stawford, Ky., Plants ron 8ai,k. Tomatoes nml bage. O. J. Xewland. Tmk best gentiT H cab- New plain and dotted Swisses, bons, etc. Suveranco&Son. rib- MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. patent leather shofH over brought to Stanford, at Hughes & Tate's. Ukmemiikr that the fair date has been changed to Thursday and Friday, July 27th and tlSth. K.C.WA&TON.Bus.Manaser PERSONAL POINTS. Gin-cinna- and Mrs. A. 0. Sink went to Tuesday. Sprino Cimckk.ns are an scarce as their Mia. W. K. Em.is haagono to Glasgow mothers' teeth and "little bitsy" ones to visit her parents. sell for $:t a dozen. Miw. It. E. IIi'oiim was overtoeee tbo Misses Barnes yesterday. A noon deal of matter appropriate to Misn Juma Piston returned from Lou- - Memorial Day appeara in this impressinvillo for the summer yesterday. ion of tho Intemok Journal. Mk. P. M. McKoiiKKTs went over to Wiikn at Junction City don't fail to Falmouth this week on legal business. Mr. J. T. Habi.ktt, section foreman on stop at the McCollum Hotel. It is the the K. U., is down on n visit to his folks. best place for tho price in the counMks. 0. V. Ui i.tv and children, of try. Pinoville, are visiting Mrs. Emily Jones. Au. persons having claims against A. Ms. A. D. Jones, of Kirksville, is vis T. Martin will present them properly itlng her daughter, Mrs. W. V. Lyon, of proven to mo. G. W. Martin, trustee, Htistonville. Maywood. Mks. T. A. Johnston, of Covington, W. P. Tatem and Sam Holman will and Mm. J. F. Wooiums, of Mlllereburg, - run the Crab Orchard Spring livery staare visiting 0pU nnd Mrs. W. H. Kirble this season and will add largely to by. Missus Oha Wilmork, of Washington it. Mr. Holman was hero Tuesday and City, and Lottie Dilliou, of Crab Orchard bought several fine buggies of K. K. aro guests of Miss Mary Daviess Dudde Wearen. rar. NumiierTwo. Itev. and Mrs. George Miss IflAiiiL OwBi.kY returned to Mid 0. Barnes have intelligence of tho arrivdlesboro with Miss Foxiu Pennington al of another heir in tho family of their yesterday, and will be her guest for a few son, Rev. W. C. Karnes, of Covington. It weeks. is a boy and has been named in honor of Mrs. Ann Uaii.ky, who has leen with good evangelist. I,ou Shanks, for Home the her daughter, time, returned to her home in Shelby Home ukown strawberries nie coming Wednesday. in to market and millionaires no longer Prok. Josiaii Damion', who says ho was enjoy tho solo luxury of this fruit, of for ten years the organist of (jaeen Vic- - which some ono has said. God might oria in the government church of Kng- - have made a better berry than the strawUnd, is putting the Ihuidiing touches on berry, but he never did. the Stanford Gold Kami. New Firm.- - Mr. Wm.Daughtrty, who MibSKS Sali.ik Smith nnd Virgio White has been going it alone in tho blacktwo charming young ladies of Lincoln connty, the former of Hubble and the smith business for years, has taken in a Utter of Stanford, are visiting Mrs. A. I. partner. It is Mr. J. H. Greer, who has had many years experience and who is While.-LooiaPost. said to bu an expert in the business. Mns. H. T. Hahhij came up from Wednesday to attend the Karnes AtioKDi.Nu to a statement issued on meetings .nnd shu and her daughter, thu fifth annivernity of its institution, Mr. M. K. Iord, have takrn rooms at thu Somerset Hanking Co , of which our Mrs. Ilannlo Murks' bonrdinit house. late townsman, It. G. Hail, is teller, has earned !() per cent, net on its ?vSO,OGO CITY AND VICINITY. capital, 21 per cent, of which has been Gobi Hand Concert, June L paid in dividends, 11 per cent, carried to Stani'orii surplus fund and ; 1,000 to undivided Fink line of new clocks at rock bottom profits. prices. D.uiIch, jeweler. A DisTi.Ndt'isiiKD ViniTOii. Under Siv line photographs for f at A. J. this heading thu Lexington Press has the Karp's. Give him a call. following in reference to one of our excellent citizen: "Among tiie many Ice cream freezers, fruit wuicetx ami strangers who have visited us in thu past bowls at A. A. Warren's. brry few days we noted most prominent in You can gnt a handsome picture frame thu galaxy of hiudsomo men Mr. Win, nt Harp's Gallery at a low price. a popular gentleman residing in the city of Otteuheim, Lincoln counYou should tfe our new Point de Alty. Mr. L. is a man of consequence in l pine and Point d lacei. Sever- his "native heath" hu is mayor of anco & Son. juctice of tie peace, magistrate, The kid nine will go to thin city clerk, city surveyor, blienll', constaafternoon and cross bats with the team ble and proprietor of the Hotel Otteuat that place. heim. His arduous duties compelled him to visit the llluc Grars region, where FiVKdiHcrent nUes l.ennaril ice cheats. Will save you 00 per cent, of your ico he is recuperating very nicely. He is a handsome blonde with a bewitching bill. W. II. Weari'ii & Co. moustache, an Adonis in mold and M ice cream parlor is now open and form. Hu wns given the freedom of the tho public can ho served at any hour. I city." Mill also supply fumihes with Ire eream The other day a young man shot a by the ipmutity. It. imuier. pebblu from a gum sling at an Kuglish Mil. ti ville Lou-iivill- Mrs. James G. Blaine, Jr., is to marry Dr. William T. Bull, who has been A.T.Martin has bought out Burt Matheny'B in tho firm of Craig & Mathe- - her physician in her trying illness of tho ny and tho firm is now Martin it Craig. past year or two. Siio will leave her Catholic church to do it, as divorced perTiiK Stanford Gold Hand is making ex sons cannot marry nnd remain Cathotensive preparations for a concert to be lics. It is to bo hoped that Mrs. Blaine given at Walton's Fpera House Friday will find a more cougeninl companion evening, June 2, and the prospect is that tbac Jim proved to be. A long courtship ended in a happy an entertainment worth many times the price of admission will bo presented. The marringo Wednesday, when Mr. W. P. boys havo ordered new suits from a Bos- Grimes and Miss Ella Givens were unitton firm and when they arrive wo will ed for life in the holy bonds. The bride have the finest uniformed band in the is a lovely daughter o( Mrs. Powell W. State. In order to help them pay for Givens and it was in her elegant home The Yearof Jubilee Special occasions require extraordinary efforts. we arc determined to make this With this in view COLUMBIAN : Memorable. Foreign war ships and naval pyrotecnics do not alarm us, but give us courage to still charge the enemy of competition and the uniforms tho young ladies propose that tho ceremony occurred. The para. supper ono night to give week after lors had been handsomely decorated we shall continue to charge until he is driven from his entrenchments. probably the night of the com- with evergreens and festooned with Our low prices increases our next, also take YEAR u number of ladies will flowers. A little beforo noon tho bridal party, preceded by six lovely young ladies, Misses Mary nnd Lula Carrick, of Junction City. Zan Tribble is build- Newtown, Lilian Fosytho and Belle ing a couple of nice cottages, one on the of Harrodsburg, nnd Gatewood Shelby City pike and the other near 0. and Birdie Givens, sisters of tbo bride, J. Thurmond'fl resilience. Ike Shelby entered tho room. Tho ladies divided has bought a half interest in 0. J. and stood on each side of the couple, livery stable. A fishing party, who, under a beautiful floral bell, took composed of Messrs. James Calvert, W. upon themselves the marriage vows, the D. Cozatt, W. S. Tuttlu and Dr. H. 0. Rov. Green Leo Surber officiating. An Jasper, left Wednesday for Fishing Creek elegant lunch of substantial and in Pulaski county. Mrs. Sam Bishop, followed the hearty congratulaMrs. J. T. Hobo and Lowry Hvans aro All tions and after it had been duly discussijuite ill. J. T. Koro & Co. are building ed tho guests accompanied Mr. nnd Mrs. a bakery in nddition to their store. Grimes to the railroad, the train stopBower & Boeder, tho traveling photogping lor them nt the gate. The bridal raphers, aro catching shadows hero. tour includes a visit to the World's Fair Wyburg, Hanna k Co. have laid a founand will last several weeks. The bride dation (or a largo addition to their saw ii pretty, lovablo and cultivated, tho and planing mill. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. gengroom an honorable and Hilton visited J. II. Hilton and family tleman, and tho union muBt prove a conat Rowland Tuesday. Capt. Richards genial one. May their lives be always tolls us that he is getting all tho patron-agas bright as tho cloudless day which saw he can accommodate at his splendid them united. little hoptelry, tho Commercial Hotel. A person stopping with tho genial captain K. L. Rogers has been appointed onco will not forget him when he gets in at Faulconer and W. W. Tayhis bailiwick again. James Shelby, who lor at Forkland, both in Boyle county; will run Linuietta Springs Hotel this Mamie I). Faulkner, at Lot, Whitley year, is expecting a large crowd. Ho al- county; H. II. Hall, at Orlando and G. ready has the promise of a house full. W. Jones at Snvder, Rockcastle. The stockholders of tho Junction City Times will soon begin the erection o( an NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. otlice (or that paper. It will join Dunn k Surher and will bo modern and conveHARVEY HELM nient in every particular. A mencement. part in tho concert. m Van-Arsdal- e, Day after day and our cash books show the stuff to buy the sinews of war Good Goods at Low Prices. If our customers will Army of Customers Thur-mond- 's STAND TO THEIR GUNS The victory is ours and the benefit of good goods at low prices is theirs. Let us all dele-caci- RALLY ; TO : THE : STANDARD Of Home Rule, Good Goods and Low Prices for Cash. We are working out the results grandly. Come and help us. HUGHES & TATE. high-tone- d u SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL PAPER & ALABASTIE New stock, styles and shades. post-mast- Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, m 1 ii m m m 1 ltri-j;f- w m I'leruiiM. PiiTriiEs' The ItoMlnnd Gallery is in motion and playing a laud otlice business Come one, como all. r. Satisfaction guaranteed. Frank Cor-die- Is order not to draw too heavily from the Karnes' meeting, the Declamatory contest advertised for next Tuesday night has been postponed till the following week. Hot and cold waves other in rapid eticceion. each It has been very chilly andery warm again since hat issue and the prediction now is that after showers it will be cooler follow to-da- v. Phaibk the Lord!) Thu fountain is up again. Some people are hypeicritical enough to siy, however, that it looks more like a fish stand than that for which it is intended. It is not very imposing looking, we intifct admit, hiithcatB no fountain badly. sparrow, which missed tho little pest and crashed through a window in Mr. II. C. llnpley's tailoring establishment, immediately over the table of a veteran manipulator of the "goose." The old man, whose name is lowering, thinking the breakage was caused by a pistol shot, dropped his work, straightened his legs out from their cramped position and remarking that that was a notice tli ii t it was time for him to hunt an other hole, lit out ami has not since shown up. As he did not forget to draw all tliat was coming to him, it is likely that wo shall look on him no more. Mr. lowering did not register, but it may be taken for granted that ho is not native and to tli manner born, or lie wouldn't have been bo "superstitious," as he called it, and gotten, accustomed to pistol balls (lying around loose before ho reached his present age. Kkv. GkoiiokO. HwtNKs continues to hold forth at the court house to ingcrowdrt. Ho has recovered from the indisposition under which ho labored and his sermons for the lHst two or three nights have been full of the forinur lire and enthusiasm that characterized all his public utterances. People who never go toehurch crowd to hear the sweet gospel that thu good evangelist pleaches, and they go away feeling better tow aids God and man. Mr. (Harnes makes the plan of Bill vat ion so easy and his gospel of lo7usoBweet that sinners nro unconsciously drawn to it. llu boldly asserts that theru isnoneceesity to accept Christ, which is misleading. All that is nocesa-r(or a man to do is to believu in his heart that Jesus is the Savior, and his name is written in the Lamb's book of life, fiom which the devil and all hell can not erase it. No public profession is necessary. Tho question is between man and hia Maker, and they alono settle it. Tho plaintive, touching songs of Misses Mario and Georgia form a most pleasing part of tho services and make a man almost feel that is listening to the praises of tho redeemed in Heaven. Tho meet- ini'S will continue till fnrtlit.r nnl!iw nt S p. m. each day. im-ren- a Tins olllco wns ourprised Wednesday by the payment of an account that had been running ever since Aug. "(, KSSl, nearly 112 yearn. At ordinary interest it would have nearly doubled itself, but wo did not mention interest to glad were we to get the principal of an outlawed account. t A I.KTTKK from Virginia inforniH tho writer of the death of a paternal aunt, Mrs. Patsy Smith, ned nearly four score. She was a true christian and a model woman in every respect. Her death leaves but three of a large family, most of whom lived to u lipo old age. Tho remaining three aro either past thu allotted span of life or nearing it. y Shot Him. Armpstead Hiatt, formerly of Crab Orchard, shot Porter Hill in the Btomachat Paint Lick, Garrard county. It is alleged that Hill was unduly intimate with Hiatt's wife, and alio loft her husband's homo and went to Hill's residence. Her husband pursued her nnd in the altercatiou that followed Hill was wounded. Hiatt is WO years old nnd not long since married a woman some 10 years his junior. Hearing that Row Hen next l.clilntiirc, subiect to tlie aitlon ol the deLandrcth's Garden Seed at Helm had told of a wonderful caso of di- mocracy vine healing during hia recent work at Hazel Green, a reporter asked him about it and elicited thu following facts Miss Nonce it hereby cuen to the toclthoMer of New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Institute, if MulJIebur, Ky , thxt Small Little, daughter of Rev. J. M. Lit- Janie Waih flection for TruMect the annual fr the institution tle, pastor of tho Presbyterian cliuich at to fillthfi ncancy of the three retiring Truitet, . n. KING. GEORGE B. PKEW1TT. hcM nt Institute buildlnj at that point, had been in bed five weeks will be the firttheSaturday in June, 1S7J, Juno on from grip, followed by fever and nervous between thela hours of t and 6 o'clock p, m A full desired attendance V M.WARE, Chairman. prostration. She had not been able to M W JONES, Sec'y sit up except for a fow days and only a MORELAND, KY., few moments at a time. The neighbors We have opened up a nice line ol at ono time had given up all hope of her life and though her father, mother and I'enotn having claim a;aiol the eitate of sister had been healed on ditreruut ocof Samuel Knjleman will yeie present them casions, she did not accept this truth. properly proven to and thote indebted to him at When Mr. Helm passed through her will pleaie settle It. unco. KN'wLEMAN, Shelby City. (,. We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get It W GIVENS, HubMe,. sickroom she would cover her head lest Administrators the most (or the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, 4t ji he speak to her of it. Tho morning afwhich enables us to make very low prices, liases of steel nails $2 per ter his arrival, at family prayers ho spoko DR. JOS. HAAS keg, do. wire nails $2.30, coal oil 10c per gal. with all other goods in to her of tho Holy Spirit and His power proportion. to heal and sanctify through Christ's Hog & Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you atonement. Her father came later nnd money said, "Sarah is deeply convicted on di vine healing, I wist; you would go and Used Successfully Fifteen Years. fcaSWe are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. talk to her again," When a visitor left Will arren il!eae, prevents dircae, eTpeli Si the flcih and hasten the room where ho had been talking on wornu, stop coush, lucreate maturity. I'ncef.' $1.50, Ji as anil jo centi per package; the power of thu life of Christ in tho Ho35. pound can Ji 50 'Ihe largest packages ate ly Spirit, Miss Sarah cast a longing look cheapest. For sale by A. R. PENNY. from her couch and said: "Mr. Helm, I Stanford, Ky. 07- by her bed want that." Seating himself lie said, "Miss Sarah, aro you ready to consecrate body, soul and spirit to God, that if Ho were to call you to go as a missionary you would be ready to say, Having pur hated the 'Ixml, here am I, send mo?'" She replied, "I am ready." lie then said, "I : am ready then to pray." Laying a hand on her head and kneeling, prayer was Of J W Kamev. I am Increasing iheMock as und will on have it offered for the baptism of the Spiiit nnd f.nt for restoration. As it closed, shu clap Par- ped her hands and BHid, "Praise thu Lord, I am healed and I am not going to ttcet ami I will Call at my toiv on I.;itnuter lie hero." Sho at onco stepped out of m.ike it to our interest to trade with me bed and walked tho tloor, praising the W.C. HUTCHINCS. lord Her sister coming in sho exclaimH ed. "Sophronis, I nm walking in the strength of Jesus and my knees are not weak !" The cool, trusting sister simply remarked, "I always told you Jesus We will olfer for mIo t lhe htgh.'st bidder on would heal you if you would step out MAY 31, on his promise." An hour later sho sat WEDNESDAY, following described property, located at t tho table and ate a meal. That after- iR. , the K)., Juni tion of the KtmxMlle S. noon she walked up stairs nnd tho next Ccrbtlt, alley I)uiion of the L,uitistlle .V NaMf night went through thu rain to church. Mile Railroad A From that time she aided in all the THREE-STORFRAME HOTEL housework, attended church twico a o Hed Kooms, Tailor, Otlice, IMnlne Room, With day, visited among tho neighbors, tell- Tinny Coal aud Laundry lloue lias tho Lest ing of the wonders of Jesus' love and reputation f .ny small hou in Ejstern Ky. saving power, oven walking out lipyond Terms Almost Suit tho tow u to be with a sick lady at her anoint-- j rauc ing Xevor a sign of weakness after tho ' ix ant lots irontinR on riorcnce hotel and in the mint central atd alining first day. Twico alono tw swept the partoftiiHii the fnmtitig on and Lots Four $i p.r cooil church. Thoroughly satisfied that it is London Ammii aero slupoaud rent for Inclined with each house. mouth, 't of an .Mr. a genuino case of divine healing, ith new painted picket fencin'. If )ou want uuw is jour our own Holm added enthusiastically: "She is as KOod property nt tall us to a price toreign Mate and chance llusiness happy as a lark and holds herself ready we can not le.ie the property behind. answered GO TO All communications prompt! COHIIIN HOTl.l., to no anywhoro and do anything the A.S. Rider, 1'tor., Corbin, Ky jtd blessed Lord calls for. Praised bo His' .Name! 'Tis not wonderful in Him. Ho THOMAS Y EAGER. promistul it. Knt womltirful in these JAMES VEAOER. For goods at low prices. Our stock of of 'tho hilling of Ilia power to see days YEAGEK Sc YEAGER, it. Klesa tlio Lonl, 0 my soul, "Who forgiveHi all tliino iniquities, Who heal-etall thy disnaaus.' The physician, a popular man anil doctor, hut very wild, STANFORD, H.Y. Millinery, Notions and Shoes is complete. We have just received was also gloriously converted during tho an elegant line of Ladies' and Misses' Wc are In our new stable in the Opera meeting." Faith CYke. a I'andlJatc to teprcti'tit Lincoln county In tho ' NOTICE. Wo Bo MloMB3DBTg9 Middle-Imr- R A KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, 1TOTICE. 111 Dry Clothing'; Soots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, Poultry Remedy SZITC PREWITT. ' VY 3',l 1V4.1 OO COME to SEE ME. Grocery apo-ible Business m m R Complete in Every tlcular. d AT ATTCTIOIT. SeveranCe & Son Cum-berla- M to Purchaser. Hnu-.c- s CO I Ad-dr- t, The Cash Bargain Store h IK m m m and are well supplied with Clothing', Dry Goods, Ladies' mm and Gents' Furnishings, Iluust-Bloc- J It is reported iu Now York that Dr. Talmago has been ollered 530,000 a year by a Chicago church, l'erhapa this is another bluir by tho Rreat preacher and the question naturally arises, will his church call it again? i NEW RIGS AND HORSES Have boeti purchased and uo urnouts will leae the stable. Which will Give tli em a Call. be sold at the lowest cash prices. Country produce taken ,J in exchange for goods. , SLIPPEES, B. F. JONES & SON. IWWmtWVkrn i fW'ific- - 1r i? Tf -- n Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal THESTEAMKADIATOK - Stanford, Ky., May 23, 1893 BILL NYE RELATES BURBANK'S EX PERIENCE WITH ONE. I And He Then Sara It lie ally Happened to Himself, Fur Ho Is Mr. Ilurbank'a Friend. Roundabout In Washington Why Colonel Visscher Was Induced to Leave Towb. .Copyright, 1893. by Edgar W. Nye. W. P. WALTON. THE : WORLD'S : FAIR, f N at I Tr i K' L lw u When you go in a room and smell the hot, damp carpet, you knowatouco that the radiator is not seaworthy. The other night Sir. Burbank's radiator began about midnight to get restless and palpitate. At first it just gave two ot three kicks at itself and moaned. Mr. Burbank turned over in his bed and said: "Ah, the radiator is repairing itself." Then he went to sleep. Soon after ho woko with a start and heard tho radiator rumble liko a distant freight train crossing three or four other lines of road. At the end she seemed to hit one coil with another and began to mix things. Ho looked at his watch and saw that it was half past 12. Tired nature then yielded, and with a long drawn sigh at 30 .IF YOU ARK GOING.. days he went to sleep. He nwoko again to hear tho radiator riveting its boilei or and generally refitting itself. Ho lighted his lost match and saw that it was half past 1 o'clock. Ho tried tc go to sleep and began counting 1,000 to settle his nerves. He was joined by the radiator. He tlirew off tho covers and said: "Thero is water in that rudiator. Tliat's what makes it practico all night NASHVILIC t. R. LOUKVILLt trying to play 'The Awakening of the i Lion.' I will let tho water out, and then I can sleep." Is the line for you, as its So he got up softly and started for the electric light to turn on same. He wad a little dazed and stepping high, so he Make close connections at stepped into hid trunk. Then ho knew LOUISVILLE AnrT.CINCINNATl whero ho was and started across the room, but was met by tho center table, For all points. which had a late lunch on it. It con THROUGlirriCKETS SOLD. tained, among other things, somo bread BAGGAGECHECKED THROUGH with jam on it and somo cheeso that had any information eaqulre cf For coino from Germany at a time when the JOES ItlCIE. Agent, Stanford, Ky Or quarantino regulations were looser than W. V. PENN. Trav. Pass. Airent. they aro now. City, Ky Junction Ho upset this table. "Now I know whero everything is, Fnid 3lr. utirtMUk. "iliis cheese is in tho center of tho room, and I can always find out whero I am even without a light." Just then in trying to turn on the Schedule Dec, iS, i3jj electric light ho stepped in tho jam anil cheeso at tho eamo moment. He also found that tho electric light had been LEAVE NORTON DAILY turned off at tho cellar. 7:00 ft m for Graham, IllucfielJ, Pocahoatai No 0110 can know just how ho would and all stations Hat Top and Pocahontas Divis- feel under theso circumstances unless he 12:04 noon, tor Wuefield, Radlord, Roanoke, Lynchburg, Richmond aud Norfolk. Also (via has been under thoso circumstances. Mr. Roanoke) for Washington, Hnxerstewn, Harris-ourBurbank had now loit nil idea of direc Philadelplnaand New York. tion, for tho cheese still clung to the sole Pullman Sleeping Cars from Lou i of his foot and roamed around the room, talk via Norton and Radford; also Radlord New York, via Shenandoah Junction, also R attracting attention from tho radiator. lord to Washingtou, also from Lynchburg to R Mr. Burba.ik is a tall, slender man, mond. Trains lor Pocahontas, Powhatan and Goodlooking very much as Henry Irving Illuefielil daily at 6 10 a 01,830 a m, 03 will leave would if ho had been trying to board at p ui and J 30 p Leave Blueficld 6 10 a m daily for keaova.and tho Gastritis Houso during tho winter Columbus 0 15 pm O Arrive Columbus, and train himself down to represent Additional traint for Welch and intermediate Dressed in tho simple robo oi stations on FJkhorn leave lllucfield 05 p m and Thought. 51a pin daily. at Norton Iroiu the East daily at night, with his dark hair released from Trains arrive its confinement nnd tossed nbout over It 40 p m and 5 so p For further information as to schedules, rates, his shoulders, with a cheeso sandwich 011 , unniv to asents of Norfolk .V Western RaiW.U.HEVILL, one foot and a corned beef and mustard lroader t Gen. Pass. Agt Hoanoke, a. poultice on the otner, now and then stepping on a revolving bottle of Halford sauce, ho nuido a strong picture as he from falling by catching saved OHIO at tho himselfwhich hung on a rack. CHESAPEAKE towel He went three times around tho room, feeling on the wall for tho button of the not gel it, as he bell, but Philadelphia the right missing ho opined.couldtho mornIn height, Baltimore, New York, ing ho found that the button was concealed by tho headboard of his bed and And all other Eastern Cities. did not work anyhow. Shortest Line between Louisville, Lexingtonand It uow became easy to locate the radiEastern Points. ator by the sound it niado, also by a little IN EFFECT NOV. i, iSo puddloof hot water which ho stepped out EAST HOUND. Lve. Lexington of with such a wild start that ho skinned , AtlanttcExpretsNo.ai, daily 7 icpm knee nnd hopped around over the Accommodation, No. 26. ex. Sunii.40m his Midland lunch in great agony. Ashe felt tho jam 6.10pm Veslibuled Express, No 34 daily Mt. Sterling Accoin , No. aB, ex. Suu. oozing up among his toes he became irritated and said: WEST HOUND. Arr. Lexington: , Lexington Accom . No 17, ex Sun "If I had it to do over again, I would I.otiuvllle Express No, ai, daily 11.40pm go to tho other hotel." Lexington Accom. No. 15, ex Sun 4 15pm Thero wero two hotels, one called the 6. lopa Vestibuled Express No: aj, daily Phyloxeria and tho other tho Bergamot Solid Vestibuled Trains with Dining Cars. N House. Wo wero at tho Bergamot. bus tranfers Through Sleepers from Lexington without Mr. Burbank approached tho radiatoi change. and turned tho valve open quickly, then H.AV. FULLFR. C. 15. RYAN, Gen. Pass. Agt, Ats't Gen. Pass. Agt.. stepped back into tho Halford sauce as Clnclnuati. Washington, D. C. stream of hot water squirted across the room into tho cozy bed which ho had just left. Tho little valve nut was now Ouurm(L" tlAMLMK !!(,, so hot that ho could not turn it back foi VnatilH quite a long spell, but after awhile, by jiinmiamui y" the use of a towel, ho managed to turn it off enough so that only a smull stream uiowiABBOTjroiO came from it, and he filled a china cuspiM dor with water, also tho wash basin and x3"tK POIHt his valise. This ho did whilo trying tc yyiHUMU at taC empty tho basin out of tho window. A JciukOSSisScail great deal of tho water was spilled when he stepped on the Halford sauco bottle '"" Y"ihU again. YVSnaaiBi I&K. TL AnJKCflVtWIBtTUW yks&fy. fuuiwoeruricn ttoASDine: aomisum Ho emptied the basin while tin cuspiTni phut Immt ruostj in ttMuamai BferV dor was filling and then emptied li whilt HOKmwKT ,3rvS the eJASCPOND p'tw the basin wasinfilling. back and forth lit going Sometimes CTlJCAOO.lLL. did not ntep on t'le Halford bottlo at all. WLvnrtMM rrnmai iinri zj how manjh He does mt CflKMO times ho did theso rouud trips, bet as th, AND AMERICAN RAILWAYS. The Queen & Crescent Houte, widely known at the road running the "Finest Train in the South, South it in the field to carry everybody from the 01 tne o part to tha World's Fair it Chicago. Southern country Is left uucared for by thia great railway and its connectiont. The Through Car System it an admirable exposition of the wonder-lcapabilities of American railroading. From Orleans Through Sleeping Cars run daily, morning and evening, carrying fts passengers by Cincinnati ot Louisville, at they may silect. From Shreveport, Vlcksburg and Jackson anoth-- r Through Sleeping Car Line comes to join and become a part oi the magnificent Veslibuled Through Trains, which, passing through and the famous Wills Valley of Alabama, is joined at Chattanooga by the train Iromjacie-aonvillKl., llrunawlck and Atlanta, Oa., over the K. T. V. O. K'y, and proceeds north over the beautiful Cincinnati Southern, through the grandest natural scenery amd most attractive historical country In the world, to Oakdale, where another magnificent Pullman Car is received, coming from the Richmond & Danville syatam from Charleston, S. C , through Columbia, S. C, the beautiful French Broad country, and Ashvillt' N. C.and Knoxville, Tenn. The time to Chicago is made so as to afford the mott comenlent hours for departures from the principal cities and arrivals in Chicago. Passengers can purchase tickets good over one line nerth of the river, and returning via another If they desire a variable route without extra charge. Or they can go via ( Incinnati, returning via Louisville, or vice versa. Round trip ticket' on sale at reduced rates Acents of the Chicago line will on request assist a looking up rooms or accommodations for visitor to the Fair. Everything that an almost perfect system can devise to deserve the pral and patronage of the traveling public hat been provided. Any of the AgenU of the companies named below will cheer-full- y give all possible information and assistance: R. H. Garratt, New Orleans, La. I. Hardy, Vicksburg.MiM. J. R. McGregor, Birmingham, Ala. E. T. Charlton, Chattanooga, Tenn. "V. D. 'exalt, Junction City, Ky., or D. G.Edwards, Cincinnati, O. Tho stonni radiator at a hotel f urnlshos more canso for serious thought, especially in tho still watches of tho night, than any othor problem I know of. Most of them have water on tho brain. ul Nr Hirm-Ingha- m gray dawn began"to steal timidly ncrosa tho sullen sky thero stood at tho open casement a tall man with a palo, intellectual face aud in a simple, fluttering nnd severely plain negligee with wet sleeves. He was just injuring the last pitcher of hot water out nt tho window, nnd below lay the body of tho watchdog irowned. 'llio watchdog lav with glassy eyes chained to the house, and tho watchdog'! honest bark was peeled off in places whero tho hot water had struck him. That palo and interesting mau was tho author of theso lines. At first I thought I would say it was Mr. Burbank, but now as I think it over and remember his many kindly acts toward me, nnd tho artist is liable to make a picture of him, I am brought to see that it would bo a great wrong. Tho moral of tho above incident is that tho man who is wise and who has been abroad as far as Escanaba, Mich., or Esquimau, B. C, will open the escaiw valve of a radiator when it acts that way and let the hot water "squirt nnd squirt nnd squirt." Ho will not try to savo the e, carpet HK BECAJIE IRRITATED. KORTH WIST, mi Double Dally Trains New Whatcom and Fairhavcn together constitute a beautiful semicirclo about Bollingham bay in tho new etato of Washington. Fairhaven is quiet just now, n good placo to think in or bring Xjl 1 up a family, but it fears not. It is gen2K-z- h CUce erally believed that James Hill is waiting till property gets low enough to buy G&L readily, then will scoop it in and establish tho terminus of tho Great Northern railM & road there. Should ho do this he would havoonoof tho pleosantest privato towns on tho coast. I do not know whether he will do so or not. Somo think ho will, aud some think he will not. I once lived in a town for some time and held two lots with the hope that Mr. Gould would build there and erect largo shops cmployiug over u thousand men, but Mr. Gould died with Circumstances Alter Cuara, out having done so. Finally-- exchanged HUSTON VILLE, KY., tho lots for an agent's prospectus of "Th Family and Horse Doctor Book" and be gan to canvass for the same nt 75 per MMtlft AMriMa cent of the receipts. m AM9yftr! Fairhaven and New Whatcom with a All persons hoMIng stock in the HustoovlIU and & transcontinental road would be a great Carpenters Crwk Turnpike Co ate to success. All they lack is people. That Come before the Hoard of lMrrrlni. at riatttl HiittmtvllU en June 1, iSgj, produce their certificates of stock, is true of this whole regiou. receore dlvMendt and new certificate In pUee of aLsa swBBT More honest sweat and less scanning of Ji llr cde of the Hoaid M' D WKATHURKORP the horizon for railroads would work Pr. wm k . CAVIATS. well. Tho growth of all tho cities of this IMUI SSSAHKSSt now northwest even in tho three yean VBSSIUH PNTHTll since I visited it is astonishing even to COPYftlOHTa. sMtvl Tor Informal Ina and fri If andnoc-- writ to one who has made a solemn promise that WU.NN uu, JH HltOaDTTAT. NEW TOBasV Oltlnt tinman fnr rnrin ttafcntA In Anwua he will never bo astonished. erriMitent taken out tr us la brought tfnr STANr'OKD. KY Thero was never a lwtter timo for tlu Dr. Snipps mado quite nn impression UMPUWIO if iwtlc f tree fr- - of enmrf la U dissatisfied man of tho states to come. in two ladies ono day on tho street. He nhould not expect to niako n competency whilo playing "high fivo"and waitlArvfwtrtrralatlnn of any rii)tlftaprrln th PplMHtldlr Illustrate.). Ha ing for his lots to go up, but como here lliu Hole., renovated and rtluinul.ed, Is now world. snouia ix stunuui It. WMkTr liitelllffent nan su.sjfj s tuy charge acd I intend 10 conduct to u asadd with his working clothes nnd go in U llJOsts month. Aildiaa MfJNN k 00. act only Rikintam Its high reputation, but to 3t)l Bros!. New Vot Ulr. win. If yon buy a lot, buy it for a 20ui its Us( Hit 01 friends. Special accommoda-itr.- i for comnerrial trasdcii and fine iocius lot year and not for the purioe' he dltptoy of samples. SIC MYEKS of selling it tomorrow fur a bank to build I linvo assailed in tho paper. I will go out and kill him. I must do It. I cnu not bo driven out of this town by these assassins. Bo calm whilo I go out and kill him, dear. You can look tho other way whi'o I do it, and I will wash my hands afterward so that you will not bo frichtened." Ho went out nnd was rrouo half an hour without success, but when ho camo in ho found his wifo whito nnd speechless. For n time ho could uot bring her to, but finally she told him thnt a stone or something had crashed through the window of her husband's room while he was away. Cautiously ho went in there. He found broken glass on his carpet and a short piece of metal liko a bit of gas pii closed at both ends nnd a cunning little fuse nt the end. Colonel Visscher's face grow pale. They sat hand in baud during the long, dark night, and in tho morning he took tho bomb to tho police and sold his houso. They went to Portland to live, and when they were settled ono evening Mrs. Visscher cnine up to him, and riming her fingers through his clustering hair his hair thnt was once so flowing, but now so fled sho told him with u tear how sho wns tho assassin, and how plio got tho plumber to mako tho bomt for her and fill it with baking powder, so sho could throw it through his window whilo ho was down tho road at the other side of the houso. And yet it is often said tlmt women havo no iufluenco and that they arc mere clay in tho hands of thoso they love I O woman! woman!! woman!!! I fear you are n sad dog! yhrfisU tat, izs2 ?6UZU2Avkt6 k r" tZ- 7ZUl4Lio4a.& y S7 yJLf wcL&je&srC) rr Q5 AjLAmi&S-- Pica? $? srrS. 1 JAMES FBYE, ik r ; Notice to Stockholder. J THE GOFFEY HOUSE JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. 11 I gtUnfffit JUttMCMl HOt - invej-tinen- t on. be NWnoMiWeslernB.R 1 111 There are ji good many large trees tc cut down in Washington nnd lirfuij farms to make in order to bUpiKrt sue cities as Seattle nnd Tacoma before trailocan bo built up with Mongolia. But everything is new and up to date wherever one goes. You will find no with tassels on them in these cities, but tho very latest thing made. It U so in everything. Even the Salvation Army looks morn prosiwrons than it doe in older suites. Its baud is morenttractive and sometimes plays a tune. It has done great by working among the coachmen who gather, with their carriages, about tho entrance to tho opera houso whero wo play. Colonel William Lightfoot Vischer of Kentucky lived for some years at Fairhaven as an editor. Ho liked the town very much, but his wife thought it very crude, and she missed her old friends a good deal, whilo tho genial colonel knew everyWly in tho United Stau.w, and so was not lonesome. This in often tho cae with popular men. They frequently prefer the tribute of laughter aud iKjiihomie down town to tho quiet evening at home by the fireside, reading from "Plutarch's Lives" and giving tho children their bath. 11 bell-cord- A'Flrst-Clas- s Saloon tad IIII.LIAKI) and rOUL, jMi attached JOSEril COrKIiV HUU.MS LIVERY STAB LI P. W. GREEN, Prop. This ftahlc. n 1 I i .' fWpm&iiJdfaVvie ,t' Tk. caallMt Pill mtm 1 ihm World I rl Id It tun n rfitcilon with th Mjcri House, has btrn supplied with s But passing them afterward again without hisovercoat mado another, somewhat different. Truth. IHni-rriir- Tiilt's Tiny Pills! I A'Now Lot of HorFes, Carriages, gl 1 . It Mnilf a He was going up Brush street with a t!i?y aro Inmluablo ns thry canso th new snow shovel on his shoulder when fuMsl toMulmll.ite, nourish th botlyS a little old colored man, who had evioff naturally without tiauarii md or crlplnc. Kotli ultra of Tutt'is rill pasned a lwird winter, htopied him dently Hnrnsolti by nil lruRt;lt. IViniiiiIl. mil asked: ITIc, 2.1c. Onlcc, :li Iak I'lure, N. V. "Hello, Minsitr Thompson, what yo' got dar?" "What I got yerv! Does yo' seo dat miow shovel'!' "Of co'e, but it nm no good now. Yo' wouldn't dun coteh mo buyin no snow hhovels in de spring." AND I.IN'COI N CO UN IV "Snrtiuly not. Dmi'h what ails docull'd tx'ptilashuu of dis town all hindsight Thllillnt you lor ur llbcial patrina for Irp last saioi, tlully ciiicit an no foVight. 1 loiiglit dat shovel fur during lh- - I nsiHiseason. If Indeed Its totitinuanieu I rxucit all coimtic shovel fin use the lies' winter. Got IS cents. Dun saved 12 cents, yo' BCeJ" MANUFACTURED ICE, "Hnl Am tint fo'sighf:" "Yes, sah." I int. Itlsmailcit I'or thrMi a heme I lues of tlis harsi berntoipi usrs'or thirty years. Ue unci ugar-roatitcom- Tlirdr rasnit Ikrra for th us of dtllilrmS uiil persons with wcsUcfttouuch. I'or ui very mavll, yt laircrr ttioTlr 1'IIU utf enll which Buggies, Wagons, suppls the pnbllc sihI nil prcpai uiner's Supples ptm-pialt- tr rth kstter than esei PIRST'CLASS KI03 OF ALL KINDS. I'srties At. . i Sick Headache ps I'ertnnsl hi' tic Iturmlt lien (ivrnto Weddins V Ill HNS a U.( W r.RKKN. Prop Meter. A t IK) YOU WANT TO ADOPT HAIJYt ThePeoplGot Stanford Mnylio you think ihk Is n m,n biislncrw, out IhUih-- oti application , It hits born donu huwrvrr. but nis-- linvi I1hms funilti(l Uh-i- i po near tlio orisrliml natnpli-iKin- - will rxclnlin, till one. Wrll I luiliy I pier thnt tint Thu llttln black rnnulnir ran srlva i:cr u Moi-wtil- to you bum faint Ulcuof tbociutoiloorlffliiiil. w in- - fT' 11 "'0-ce- ,. fi t, Yrwm ijrrz raiuiiT Ji''.' i''',x.t saHBPTaf ' is. i arsm .? fc- - m. - ..--, i 111 "Kin nuylxMiy hov fo'night'-"Sartinly dey kin." "Mi-.- er " & RAILWAY. Washington, Thompson, kin you lend mtt quarter now to use nest Jiuuury?" softly asked tho old man. "No, sah! I was gwino to Vplnin to vo dat dar was tonight, hindsight an teberal odor kinds ob sight. Yo's tryin to borrow a quarter fur nest winter hain't neither fo'night nor hindsight, an yo' can't et it by n blamed sight! Good mawnin, sah!" Detroit Free Press. 11 inttitulK.li. Second, tin- - leu is ahsoiutely and chrmlcally pure, helr made Itom tpriiij: wntrr, which is lira' diitillcd and thru l brfme lielrt; fruaeli 1 bird, Artificial Ice will I's.l much longer than pond U tourth, an epidemic of cholera is looked lor during the year and noth Ins is so apt to produce or spnud this disease as linpuie water or Ice. Fiflh.it will be ,, w ratt-fiiil- Deliverorl Regularly and Punctu-al- l saa BasaasssssssssssssaajL i&jaa?! bal ' a BaBflaaaaBaBaBaBaBaaaaBaiv t your Doors ; BUiiSaBaVarrtapasxAkAf; . sRa ETrsaaaK'LaaaaaaaaaBVBBP'wl ilLW iSWsWXl RRRRRRRRiBjRRRRflBRRRRjrlRRfl rBaSaaBBBjFBaaPlaK Kvtiy momlns at For 100 1 tht- - lnl!oing I'rices. llHurtfell. said Jorkins as ho looked at tho muddy streets, "I wish somo prisoners would escapo from tho Tombs." "Why do you wish that?" asked Mrs. Jorkins, astonished. "Why, whenever prisoners break jail tho papers tell us that tho country for miles around is scoured." llarjiers Ba zar. "I wi-h- ," mine's or over 40c per hundred For 50 pounds to 100 43c per liundrrd For 10 to to pounds joe per hundred. N'o loss than 10 pounds delivered, K. IlltF.MF.lt. in tabler'sdii c bugkeyeTILC OINTMENT CUBES NOTHING BUT PILES. A SURE Prtsared THE MAN AT THE WINDOW. So she tried to get him to remain at homo and help her wear ont tho dull 11 D&OP sw- J. LINE wXt .lUllfl vbsv Lw evening, but he had all sorts of bushiest engagements and meetings of the chamber of commerce to meet down town. He belonged to several societies also, including tho United Red Men, the Little Defenders and the Fair Haven Oompah Oompah band. Mrs. Visscher got him a billiard table nnd the game of loto, from which keno was derived, but it was not all these he needed. It was the little band of congenial souls who still remained down town. She lost heart and gave it up. Tho place was new, and there were rough characters abroad at night, and lato ono evening Colonel Visscher came liomo to find that a big stone bad been thrown through tho window, barely missing his piano. His wifo was in tears and begged him to movo uway from Fairhaven. "No," ho said, getting down his un and Grand Army uniform. "I know who did it. It was one of those brute The Spur of tlm Occasion. Shc If you can't bear her, why did you get engaged to her? He Well, you see, wo had sat out three dances, and I could uot think of anything elo to say, and sho accepted. Boston Beacon. Her Way. slnmmed tho door, drove the children up stairs and looks ns ugly as a bear." "That is only a way sho has of asking motoiaiseher wages.' Weatfield Union. A fJreat Viiipniseiueiit. Maud How do you liko the new way I do my hair, Frank? Frank (wanting to say something particular' nice) Why, you look at least UC years younger! Yankee Blado. "What nils your kitchen girl? She CURE and known for IB years as the REST REMEDY FOR PILES. BICHiRUSOS MI0ICI.1E CERTAIN f CO., HT. Ulll. orr ta 41'aiiitt. BUT U QCAUTt. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM yoti.no mnttor whero you ntnnt Ttinrxqui. Itiirfjirixluctlonsiif this (rreatit piUntlnir of Ida Hauifli ithe mmt cvlilirulcd of rnmli-paliitrrs of hitby liri aro to bo (risen to t hona who subscribo to Detuomil'a Vutiilly Jlnifu. lino for IMO. The rrnrtnlucllona cnntiot bo MM from tho original, which coat JIOO. and aro tho wstno nlzo illiZi Inrlirn). Trw baby U Ilfu l.e. nml ubsnlutcly We havo aluo In propm-Mllon- , ti prtsw-n- t to our IKici, other gnat pictures by Miirun.Maiidlluinihrty, iajuw nnu otliens ot world-wid- e renown. Tuko onW two ojumplea of what wedld during tha nimt irar , "A lnniof Fun. " mid "A Wulto IloiisoOnlilil" lit- - Hi. IfUOf 1'lV.sldrilt llurrUiin nn.l in tlll.-wh.it our tinjinlsoft mean. 'I'llOlU Willi F.lltlfU'rlho flirnrmiiMjI'l Vnmllw 1. Ua.. .Inn mi toi win ikhmktwi h Kuiirry OI. e- 111.. aHitMwu j.t.M MUUIto works of urt of ureut vhIui, a Majrazine tlmt cunuot IM4 iwiiihUn! Itv tnv In the world for its beautiful llluBtrntlona iiml will Kecpcrcryonc ioat-e-d on all the tnplca of tho day, aud all the fadlund dinoront of Interest about the botm-hold- , iKuides furnUUlnir Intcrcatinj rraillnjr matU-r-, both irras-- and Ray, forth whole fuiully; and whilo Dcmorrat'a U no a fashion MiiKiizInc, IU futhlon uagea art) per- icii.uu'i wo kivo you. jrtt or com. an lae torus you wis 10 iisouurinir tho yesw. itIn uny slzo you choose Kcnd In your nib. soriiitlonnt nttco. onlr 15. and rnu will rtwllr trot over JLi'i In sulun. Addrnas the publlahr, . Jennlnirs Dcmorest. 15 Kant ltth Bt. Nvw ork. If you ure unacqualntrd wltk tb UiUfHzluc. send 10 cunts for a apoclmeo copy. llfr-liks I'M A UJUST." which wo propose to icrid to you, transportation mid Tho llttln darling-ntKlnat a pillow, nnd Is In tho net of drawtiisr off Ita pink sock, tliotnuto of which luu pulled oil and tiling tusldo with a tiiumplinnt coo. Tho llesh tlnw ar (xjrf cot, and tho vym follow . tlde ' lU-tn- a o e?03at?c: j--i VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Romodies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rnpsr4 l'or riingrululiitlou. Henderson Wo lost our cook a weeR Caimo FOR 20 YEARS ky ago. Williniuson She is cookin g Let mo cuiigratulatoyon. nt our house no w. Brook- lyn Life. SOLD EVEBYWHEltK. BICHJRD80X MtDICISt 5 J I n lift worll' f lotcly . uni.ld fcr forty iui iifu-- tun li best uiuu wmiiililt. sli tit iiiiisiuoI lliol I ito.t.run.i mm. umruiil utinrkniK nnd pio u,a ItiotlU'i up IntlioiuuatoiKuiiiii iiimi. i ner. Iiicliiilluir l urlnruu izu -u trn'ts. vlai j '.iinieiillu,llioM.inlitidncer,- l'adercwikl j the n--i nnd l pi iii'sti Adullii fattl,nt Sirs, , ilin popular bos r. Ail-- : iiiuu rlriai.i rdvrsio NKW VollK MLMK.'AI. I..ikH-huU- E3Bd3 3E3.g Tiiuuiro lliillqlnr, M. V. (0., fiT. 1.0 CIS. x&&&&a8mrxa kl uu. urii.uirriir t'tiii. T--t - Ami-Week- ly Interior Journal .May 20, 1H93 PHILOSOPHY OF FAT. CLLA WHEELER WILCOX GIVES GOOD ADVICE TO STOUT WOMEN. Tliat - THE STORY THEY TELL. How tlin Itnnnera nml itotct Vlrtun uf the Druil. HE flags and the flowers blend like currents of the same waters on Ilecull the TBI ADVOCATX lor only $2 in Kentucky. Stamford, Ky., i.c. wanton. u.Ntanaizv atvl Cemei to you every other Jay Id the year The cheapen and bett paper 50c geta it thro montht. Addrett The Advocatk, Danville, Ky. if Mr. T. E. C. Brinly Has the following tossy about the Klectrcpoite s ol L Grippe. nJ how It curei Office Ilrinly, lilies & Hardy Co,, Louisville, Jan 30,1893. Gents: While attending the Memphis Fair tome month tgo, I wit attacked with severe paint in my arint and lK"i the effect of Kr'PP of last winter I luet your agentthere, Mr. Ilarbclt, who it an old friend, and he insited that 1 uie the Klectropoiseat hit offlce, which I did with wonderful reiultt. In a thorttime the pains lett me a'nd 1 concluded to rent a 'Poite. When my rental time hid expired I bought It, and would no' part with It for any couiidtratloii. It it certainly a wonderful treatment, and It t more wonderful at tohow It doet lit work, yet it doet it. I think it la the duty of every man to make known tu the aftilcted any thing that will be ol any benefit to them, and the F.lcctropoite certainly will. after-effect- tine V.xe rrle anil Hinting I'or tlm tlnliirtliiti of l'lrsli. Urlt.irtcuii Mntt'iiiciiti.. Til I n Wniiiiiii of n Cut Mit Artful Cuiuml .Muk i8,"ft M. &!i iwis-- ' Memorial day. Flowers are the bannerets of the throbbing under- ALFORD & M'AFEE, Livery, Feed & Sate Stable, McKINNEY, KY. We have formed a iCorsrlulit. IPO, liy American Pre. All tlglitrt rvscnctl. Asviclu-tlu- u. r C. HRINI.Y. Mr, llrinley it one of the oldot and belt known plow manufacturer in the country. The diteattt cured )y l ho Kir ctropolv are n t confined to any paiticular claw of ailment lly lit utnotygen It abtotbnl through the poiet and membrane, addt ttrcngth and vigor to the entire system, and will cure any diteate where there I tllality to build on and a cur la poitlble We in. vile all to call or write and get lull particular. DUIIOIS A WKBIt, Room 10, Noiton Mock, Northwctt curner Fourth and JerTertvti Street Uuitville, Ky Very Itetpcctfuliv, T, SssssssssS S Swift's Spicific S I S fi k - Nooi and Skin DitMMS I SA rula and Skin Cancer. Aa tonic for delicate Women and Children it ha no equal. Being portly-vegetabl- rellaWa cur for ConUfiout Blood Polaon, Inherited 8cro- - O Tr W s a ft O s S SA O la harm- - let la lis effects. treat Im. on Mood and Rain Duv rualint rata nn application, O' JtruyglitB Hll It. wimik.t onir i ArKtiinu . & issssssss; fH Drawer 3, Atlanta, 61. iui ..3ff -- ar Jesse, Thompson's Barber Shop, 1 here are three of fai bei Markers in the Slate 1 here are .! e.eJInt llatk Kaeatt tun in ton- Aceiu l I litiBtasn Sintai l.aMiiitrv netinn i i POSTED. ntlte forewarn" humeri. 6hnuer per. net tatietMt laU lhul lull to the mitiiiin, at all ttu.li will be .Signed law tl eitrnluf the 1 hit awr s piv-ulc- M. I.ACKOWIT 1 I) NltWl.ANII J! W. II. IIAVh O C LYON KKBIl II.U'MANN I. MRS Willi M A K. MARTIN r J L ItKCK. ! GOOD PAY ! FOR GOOD WORK! For Ladtv--s or Gentlemen ! $5 to $500 Cash! According to results nccomplifclied ; of in addition to :i liberal cominit-fciotwenty per cent. Al GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS. No Impossibilities orTnccrtnin-ties- . Kvery hhs Fair, Honor able, Plain ami Positive. Fie programme in the weeRiy Enquirer of our Fourth Annual Coutcfct among Agents for largut clubs. Sdf' An Agency for the "Weekly K.s'QUiitEi: is a profitable liu&iucfa. It is the hot ccliool in the world to prepare Ella Wiikklkk Wilcox one for a hueinefs contact with the Important' of Stilf Control. to business public, n stepping-ston- e At a tenement houso lire in Brooklyn lately a mother and her two children qualification and future prosperity. Wo want good Agcnta to solicit for The inducements aro subscriptions. 1113 stout woman who in foruvcr complaining of her siso an:l discomfort and novrr doing nnything lo ovuieoiuo or avoid either is ono of tho most twinijt on earth. I do not know that reasonableness is n fieqnent quality in woman Moot or otherwise, but thin excess of unreason ntijvertniim ctiieciuUy to tho dlwitisiied fat lady. A rvttibtied fat woman is n comfort and delight to till who know Iter. Slio knowa that slio is too fat to 1k in her attiro or remarked for her elegance, and nho does not osiiy either ono or tho otlior. Sho leaves that for slighter pcoplo, nml there is no envy or sorrow in her reminisveiices thoio inovitablu reminiscences of tlm (.tout lady of tho timo whon her waist measured 18 inches and bho weighed only 100 pounds. Sho speaks of that timo with aftort of dry humor and shakes her fut sides good naturally at she thinks whht her premmt weight if, and how it would lxs to find her waist linn if sho wished to measuro it. She enjoys the good things of life, and sho is llko a dujtr, warui, auimatexl jiillow to all her children, who snug into her nruu. She wears loose, blousy sort of drcwes or belt! Mother Hublmrds and looks very uucomfortablo when forced into a snug waist on Sunday. But tins dear old aunty or mother or neighbor, whom wo all havo known and loved and who would havo been less pleasing to us if sho hud weighed an ounce less, is not at all tho being to whom I refer in tho beginning of this article. Tho distatisried fat lady is too lazy to prevent or mluco tho accumulation of llesh by exercise nud too self indulgent to control her nptictite. Sho al lows herself tho luxury of food and sleep to an inoidmato degree, and she complains unremittingly of her weight tho feminine and Mzts. hho lovo for admiration to an extreme, extent, and sho is passionately fond ol dress. Ujion her joor dressmaker slit wreaks all her vengeance at tho fate which has overtaken her. Sho expects that unhappy modtsto to diminish her hips and catiao her ulxlomen to Im invisible through some fort of necromancy connected with tho trade Sho copies tho dress of her Mender neighbor and is furious with anger whon sho finds herself looking pudgy and fat Mill Tho whole fault of her appearance in laid at the dressmaker's door. "I would rather innkn two dres-e- s at half price for u slender woman than ono at double prico for a fussy fat woman," said a jwilo fat ed dreemaker to intone day "Really my stout customers are breaking down my tierous system. They oipect me to iiutko them look jnst liko a plate, and how can I? The mou.stroits hips and busts must go There is no method of diemak-inthat can hide them, but their ownet seem devoid )f all reason in tho matter. " Thero is not tho slightest necessity for any woman to becomo oxerstout if she has the moral will tiowcraud physical perseverance to follow out a few siinple rules. Theiippetitu is a thing of habit, and thu giving up of tat producing dishe cutties only a teiuiKintry discomfort. If jtersovcrcd in for n few days oven, the longing for these things ce.ises. Hut. aside from diet, tho tlenh can bo prevent oil from accumulating on tho abdomen by exercihe-- . taken, without the aid of uppuralus or machinery, in one's room. d Let tho loosely peison Ho face downward flat upon the tloor. Fold thu arm across tho back. Then iaio tin. head and upjier part trf lody un much a jossiblo from the lloor several times in succession. Begin by doing this two or tluee times only morning nud niiclit, as it is liable to ptoduce laino and soro mu cles at first. Tho second morning in cieae to four movements, the third to six until 10 or 12 or l. can be produced without oirort and until tho chest can Ik lifted oil' tho floor. Tins ono bttnplo exercise would render a large abdomen impossible if begun in season and hi unremittingly. It is excellent supplemented by ono of the movement, mising tho body on tiptou and slow ly lifting theai ins above tho head as far as poisiblo with tho linger tips meeting. Let tho arms fall as tho lut-ltouch tho floor, rotM'aMug this oer and over until fatigue ensues. Emma Abbott ouco told me that she made it a scienco to retain tho symmetry of her flguto. Wo all know that tho hlo of an opera singer is of all professions tho most flesh producing, but this earnest woman kept her beautiful form by Brossnes-- until her death. If sho found her weight incieauing boyond a certain point, tho diet was l educed, tho physical exercised ini riased. Any woman can do tho samo who brings, her will power into use. Tho already fat woman can reduce her hip measuro by tho ovrcises I havo described and by controlling her apatite. tiiiren-Honublo f.tslt-ionablo posf-CKes fa-lii- nu 311 world and seem to say, "Here in tho bosom of the earth aro beauty and grnco and puritj and strength." And when tho red, white and blue emblems aro thrown into tin floral fields of nature a harmony so jier feet is created that profusion either iii "bunting or in roses cannot lead to a losj of balance in tho ensemble. To the sol dier's mind this mingling of colors iu loving hands plant flowers liesidu tin little Grand Army markersatthe grave of fallen comrades biings up tho idea ol as though tho story ol heroism, and of devotion, and of victory recalled by Old Glory was being repeated again and again by each cluster ol bright jK'tals that share with it tho gen tie airs of heaven. Naturally whenever a soldier's ejt lights ujoii tho starry banner In thought go back to war days. He set in it a facsimile of the ono borne in frou of his regiment in every charge. Yet i. was not abattlellag in tho strict sense ol tho wonl when ho followed it to the gum or unfurled it utron tho lino of buttle Men looked up to it as tho representativi of what tho nation was fighting fo: rather than a signal for combat, a dial leiik'o to hostility. Now that the strife is a thing of the far past tho battleflngi are relics and the stars and strijK?s a livt Hyinlrol of livo ideas. All this is showi in the memorial observances, when tin flag and its defenders aro honoret through the samo act and in tho saun breath th.it glorifies tho reign of ieace Flowers come in with settled eace, and love and tenderness aro tho meaning thr convey. Tho sentiments of Decoration day an and should 1st intensely patriotic anr not martial, conservatively peaceful nm uot aggressive. Tho dead are to be re uiutnlH'red and honored liecatiso the fought for a principle and not trtcanst by any wonl or act they Wtrayed a lov of glory. It is tho emblem of uuihim airection, a sprig of evergreen, that u first placed upon tho warrior's grave a a token from tho living when tho Gram Army oihmis tho ceremony. Then follow the white roo to symbolize tho punt and unselfish devotion of tho patrio tlead. Lastly tho laurel of victory, tokei of a triumph that is the reward of punt and a proof of de otion. Victory crownt tho soldicr'r trials and made tho mem ory of them worth preserving. (Jkoikii: L. Kiuirji. A MEMORIAL our itable with partnerihip and have aup-pli- ed New Horses, Buggies, Wagons, lc Special attention to the traveling; public. Nothing but net allowed to leave our stable. first-cl.-m BANKS THE JEWELER. Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of Watches, Clocks Jewelry And .SILVER WARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. v"Js ' All goods told engraved tree of charge. aWYour patronage retpccttully tollclted. ..TAKE THE.. e)l touityiut,HrAiBmCKiCA6HT((-TH- E POPULAR AND DIRECT .LINE TO.. CHICAGO, pAV&7 WEST And WORLD'S FAIR Vltitors, remember the Monon is the line, with Vettlbuled Trmnt, Dining Cars, I'alace Chair Cart, Pullman liutTet Sleepers, at lowest rate!.. For information addros IAS. 11AKKEK, G P.A .(CUcago. W. G. CRUSH.lD. P.JA . Lcmtville SCENE. l Hum tlin lii In Ubarrtril VIllHUf. llu kuuoil, A corresiKindent of a New York papei doscribon a Memorial day sceno as fol some-whor- g lows: .Something liko an hour later than ad vertised tho procession forms at tin church. First, the band in full uniform with tho village blacksmith as drum inn jor in a bearskin hat of mammoth pit IKirtions, a gorgeous coat on his nttin stooping shoulders, and wielding hi baton as ho would a sledgo hammei while tho small bos crowd thiekl iilxmt among the plajers and surrounc tho bass drum liko Hies around a hone jar. Next, two dimiuutno druinme: boys, very red in tho face and ver; weary, bearing some battoied drum wreathed with floweis, which have nil actual survieo in battle. Thou all tin sweet girls which tho Milage school con 5Jii. y j . aUl The raOst Celebrated Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Chronic Disease Specialist in the State. a .TiHft; .iaBHHSkwi wi 11JI aTalaBBaTBBBBBBBHantlF aaHaaBBBBBBLaSP(j aBBBBBaHliiy'L ?J MRS. JEFFERSON jk DWiS. i!aPaaaHr ..- - m JHMH 1'raciit.eof Medicine, dre-se- J. S. APPLEMAN M. D., THE CELEI1RATED English Specialist, Formerly Piolcssorot Electrical Medical College, TORONTO, CANADA, Now Kxamining Phjtkian of the jkt-Mate- d Dol.-ur- te s Mil lKIILCKsMlTlt.VSniirlM.KlK tains, with bright, fair faces, wlnti ditssses gay with ll.Miig ribbons, and each one, down lo tho tiniest little lisping maid in the infant class who bung-uthe rear, skipping along in her hast to keep up with the largo girls, beano a cross of tlowt rs held against her heart A sijuad of Utaiid Army men iu urn form shamble along, lame from rh. matisin, stiir and lumbering from tbei long inarches in tho fut rows after then plows, and each ono taking a kind of go THU Southern Medical Institute, I.OUISVILLK, KV. p Will be at Myers House, Stanford Tuesday, June 20, one day only. Returning ctery tour wceVs during thcyear 1)1 Arplenun It a graiiuatrcf llcllevue Uotpit-a- l Medical College, New VcrV Cit) , and the Klec- rical McditalCollige, Toronto, Canada. Ileha made a tpeciat tludy l the diseases he treated in the gicat Ilellevue and Charity hotpital lor several ear and recognWen nnsurenor in diagnosilii; and treat me. Chronic Diseases He devotea ail hit time to the treatment of chronic and nervous diteatcs of both texct and hit kUll at an expert ill this class of i ac is well ctiahlished Trcatt and extra good. ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. were burned to death because tho mother becamo panic stricken and refused to carry her little oneH to the roof, where all might have been saved. Sho stood liko a statue, paralyzed with fear, while the firemen and others shouted to her to take to tho roof. Then smoko and flames lapixd them all in one fiery embrace, and that was the last of a beautiful family. If women would only train themselves to keep their beads on! hind them one sailor in uniform, tin cynosuro of all even, steps proudly on alone, a big, handsome, brawny chested fellow, with a bronzed, strong face, nml btill farther back a veteran in a buggx drawn by an old, freckled, lame w! ite horse sits with his wooden leg. which In hits hewed and whittled out of a stu 1: ol wood, resting on tho dashboard in front of him, tho hero of tho day. Then comes tho long lino of carriage-- , buggies, wagons, btickboards, any kind of a vehicle on wheels, drawn by lame, tired plow horses, with heavy collars and pieces of sheepikin or scarlet flannel tied under Jtho straps of tho harness, and invariably with a tiny flag on their heads. Arrived at he cemetery, nil aro seated in order, and tho exercises 'open with a prayer. Everything in the country does begin with a prayer and closes with a benediction. After tho prayer, tho captain of tho G. A. R. iRwt, in tho solemn and impressive words of tho military service, proceeds to command the procession to and inarch to the jrrttves. re-for- tiot.aml bt Permanently Cures Acute and Chrcnic Catarrh, Rlrgiiif in Fart Y ar, Dealings, Dinaict of Note, 'lliroal I.ung. Kidney, Urinary and Itladdcr troubles Codsii- Disease, Ditbetet, Dyipt-ptia- , llnglil't Rhcuinatitm aud Paralysis, Epilepsy or its puMtively cured. ouru or middle aced uirn tulTeiinir from lmpotency. Kruptinni, the reaulit ol errors or excesses, aboiild caii before It it too lale. Ve guruntee a cure if case has not cone too far. Superfluous hair and all eruptions of the lac permanently removed. Blood and Skin Diseases. As Sphili, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet. "tc. cured by never failing remedies. Diseases ol women, such as l.euccrthea, painful Menstruation, Displacement ot Womb, bearine down pains in back, relicted In short time. The Doctor carries all hit portable Instruments and comes prepared to examine the most ob.cmc medical and urical cates. He undertakes no incurable disease but cures hundreds given up to die. CONSULTATION FREE MISS VARINA ANNK DAVIS, THE DAUGHTER OP THE CONFEDERACY." And Confidtmial. Address J. S. APPLKMAN'.M.'D., ' Louisville, Ky, ,Sv ik- - $ P Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT TO ONE IN HEAVEN. GRAB ORCHARD. (In loving memory of Robert Gatcwood Traylor, died April 34, sed two years aud 7 montht. grave, I've visited thy My little one, so dear to me, My heart, so human, could but crave To pierce the gloom and mystery, And hold communion sweet with tliee, Our darling, lot to us so soon lu lile's fair springtime Can It be The birds still sing as blithe a tune T The sun shines on the winds beguile, As when thy life blessed us below f Ah me, it seems a weary while Thou hast been gone; we miss thee so. 1893, low-ma- Published Every Tuesday and Friday $2 FTCIt YKiVUIN ADVANCE When not to paid $2.60 will be charged." K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Last weok little Roecoo Perkins, tho aon of our merchant, celebrated his Oth birthday by giving a candy pulling, to which all his boy and girl friends were invited. They played all evening aud report a splendid time. Each unites in wishing little Roscoe many returns of his THE P. 0. MILLINERY. Call at the post-offic- Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD. A. M., President. t V. e room and see the Largest and Best Selected Spring Session Tuesday. Stock Of Millinery in town, bound to please you. 10 January 24U1, 1893. The goods and prices are MRS. P. T. COURTS. Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses In Literature, Music aad Art. Excrlle nt boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. birthday. A party of ladies and gentlemen .NKWLINEOP Triln naves t 5:10 p.m. Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning LOCAL TIME CARD. North South....... South North.. ... LAN. Kill tram going 5,1 Express train " " ..700 am Lscal Freight North........... 3 4pa South.. The latter tralm alto carry pasicngeri. The above it calculated on standard time. Selar i ae it about to minutes fatter. " ..u 7 pm i3P it pm 33b QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Trains pass Junction City as follows: No. 1, Limited, ia:ij p. m.J No. Special, arrives 8.40 p. m. No. J, Q. ft C.Special, 11:37 a.m.; No. 7, Fast Mail, arrives 11:43 P- - m- leaves 11:43 P- - " North-bounNo. 1, Q.S: C, Special, 3:10 p.Jra.j No. 4 Ieayest 6 a. in ; No. 6, Limited, 3:15 a. m No. 8, Express, arrives 1:31p.m., leaves 1:3a p. South-boun- d Blue-Gra- ss Sweet angel, from thy home above, llreatbe blesilngs on our hearts so sore; Pot oh our souls reach out in love, And long to gather then once more Within our arms -- so empty now And hold thee in a close embrace. And smooth, with tender touch, thy brow, And see again that tweet, pale face. And wttch the loving, laughing eyes Grow bright, as with an eager joy You breathed content In low, soil sighs, When papa came to greet his boy. '. your town came up last week to at- Spring tend a dance at the Keoley Institute, hut for some reason, we failed to learn received what, there was no dance there, but one Just being in progress at Mrs. Laura Moore s, from nnd Summer Mil MEN'S AND HOY'S linery , - d We mls the countless winning ways And tender graces that, dear one. Endeared thee to us, all thy days, And left a blank when thou wert gone; We milt the clasp of dimpled arms About us with such kindly touch 'Til said that love gives added charm. , h And we did love the And the sweet smile that to thy face Lent beauty that is rarely given; That shone out with a softened grace, "Even when the soul had flown to heaven.' over-muc- The scry air Because Is full of gloom, That ucd to welcome papa home. Now mlwed so sadly Irom Its place; half-wor- tf one dear little face, Absolutely n shoe, The vacant chair, the now The broken They speak unto our hearts, so true, Of folded hands and peaceful brow; The little hands we uod to kl. And fondle o'er with tenderness Oh) now thy soul In worlds ol Ml- -, Pure Is waiting, while the angels ble. der. strength. Higest of all in leavening Latest United States Government Food Report. A cream of tarter baking pow- royal:baxing powder 106 00., Wall 8t., New York. fflHfcp Office A. S. PRICE, Stanford Owsley Building. SURGEON DENTIST. over McRoberts Drug Store inthe n Loved one, though tfone beyond our care, Good angels 'till are hovering near, As if in answer to my prayer, They'll keep thee, aud we :ed not fear. To us you may not come again, so fair. But In the after-timSo pure and free from sin and pain, We'll meet thee and will know thee there. Upon the shore. of peace and love, With all our sins on earth forgiven. Our souls shall rest, while ages move, With thee, ami all we love, in heaven. t'LAas. May 19, 1I93. 11 e, they were cordially invited and wo learn had quite a pleasant time. G. W. Lee, our former marshal, has left for New Mexico, taking his family, expecting to make that country his future home. Mrs. Alice Davis, with her I have returned from the cities with a'nice (line pront. i win sell lor sweet little boy. is with her father, Mr. 01 .Millinery wnicn fresn as this a small goods, Goods left over, as season's JUST IN. Wm. Stuart. Mr. Harding has rented the irom last season, i win sell at house occupied lately by D. G. Slaughter CASH ONLY. and moved in town. Mr. Jim Jones has COST placo until the elec- The reason I do th- is to reduce m y stocVTof taken the marshal's goods so I will be able to sell out uiy business at tion and will probably bo our next mar trie nrt onportuni., . I cordUllr invite the ladies to call and examine ahal. my goods. I also solicit a share of their patronage. MRS.I.M. lillGCK. Mrs. Rice, of Washington City, is Mauford, Ky. 9 visiting her mother, Mrs. W. F. Dilliou. Miss Ilettie Harris is quite sick at the BAVGUMAN, Harris House. She has been an invalid s nearly all her life, but bears her FIRE AND STORM with christian fortitude. Sunny of disposition, she has a host of friends, who are always pained when she has to be in bed. Felix Myers, of St. Louis, .Representing., has been sick, but is some better. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. The cull for members of the church Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; to meet for the purpose of organizing a Every thing in Manchester, of Manchester, Kng.; Call and sec them before buying, Bible Reading was answered by Mrs. for sale cheap. W. 0. Hansford and Willie. This re Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; minds me of tho supper to which many Ins. Co. of North?America. were bade, and when all was ready the All of which are Companies. 1 would master of the feast received the following bt pleased to waito rimy friends in this line. Pol. Icies promptly issued. Will insure ar,ainst tornaas his reward: "I have bought a piece does, wind storms and lightning. Li(htmnr A. C. SINK without additional chsrge of ground and I must needs go and see Omc at First National Bank, Stanford. it; I pray thee have me excused;" another said, "I have bought five yoke of oxen and I go to prove them; I pray theu have me excused;" another said, "I have married a wife, therefore I cannot come." and ready for inspection. Call and see it. MISS L1CCIF. It EAZ LEY'S. Stanford, Ivy CLOTHINGI New Stock New Styles. H. J. McROBERTS. MILLINERY. FOR - BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, J. II. alllic-tion- INSURANCE AGENT WATER : COOLERS, the grocer)' line first-cla- ss FARRIS & HARDIN. J. N. MENIFEE claui-etatiach- Commercial McKINXKY, DR. W. B. PENNY Dentist. acatcd by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. i1 OSce South tide Main street, in office recta i Stanford, town. m lighter, stronger and simpler than anyWorld's Fair Excursions. is believed thing heretofore used, and it The best and largest piece of that it will develop many advantages in The (J., H. fe D. will allow - TOBACCO, at Cincinnati on all tickets reading that the way of lowering records. way. On all regular World's Fair tick"Ever sold on this market for ten cents is K. J. Reyets from the South or Southern Ohio nolds Tobacco Co.'s "K. J R." Sings the Lima Recorder: "Backward, and rending via Cincinnati nnd the C, turn backward, oh, time, in thy flight, H. & V. to Chicago, a stop over will be at A Trial is Convincing. we lowed within the life of the ticket, and give us July again just for Sold by W. II. WEAKEN & CO atd FARMS privpassengers can secure the stop-ovare diegu.sted with snow and with ice; ilege A HAR5IN, Stanford, Ky by depositing tin tickets with the hear our rich warble and take our ad- Merchants and Manufacturers' Associavice; turn back the clock till it reads tion at Cincinnati. For ntte.i, folders August one, give us some dog days, and and Biid full information regardiuu the give us the sun; give us mosquitoes and world's trip, including special inducecitizens of Cincinments offered by give us llien, but turn on some heat be- nati for stop over the tho Queen City, adLOf.AN AVIiVUE, in fore every one dies: bring back our straw dress any C, II. & D. agent, or E.C. : : G. l nnd T. A. World's Fair hnt and good linen pant; give us a Itoute. 200 W. 1th street, Cincinnati, O. chance to live, give us a chance !" Alwavs'selN goods Imver than anyone else in stop-over- s W. J . ttf. -- A novel idea in the way oi a trotting Bulky baa been perfected by a Mr. Wbiteman and a specimen is being built for him by John Moore, of New York. It baa but one wheel and is kept upright by the shafts when tbev are attached to the horse. The wheel is the usual pneumatic tired affair, with ball bearings used on the "bike" sulky. It will be cheaper, The question ol color of a horse in a verv important one with a Russian, nnd gentlemen of means would never permit other than a white, gray or black horse to occupy a position in his stable. The family of George Wilkes, immense as it is in the male Hue, has but r commenced to gather force, will bo appreciated when it is recalled that of bis S3 producing sons, 71 are in active service in the stud. bet-te- KY SINE & MENEFEE, Proprietors or The Hotel, Stanford Lumber Yard, Hotel at Mc- - I have bought above mentioned Kmncy and have attached a First-Cl- us S&r and Fool Boom. the Hotel and CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Our facilities for giving the greatest values lor the least outlay, arc Have repaired and refurnished am belter than ever Prepared to Accommodate the unsurpassed. Public. special attention to Commercial Men. V. W GKKKN. Proprietor. JOE CARSON, Manager. W Carry a Full Lin of Builders' Supplies. THE 1JEST PLACE TO HUY CHEWING -:- Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., Miners and shippers of the GENUINE Original Jellico Coal. Tr y it. Wc are the sole ajents tor Stanford 'and Row 'laud. Othce corner of Depot street and rail- road crossing, HIGGINS A WATTS. 6 t; er C. . FOWEU.. Wall A. t Paper ! PENNY. GElTEKAXi STOKE, NOTICE I We will Deliver ICE Every Morn- All new stock and latest designs. Kentucky, k, ing at ll. pr 1 New stock of Fruits every Friday. J2gg3 For Hatching1. 1 have for cale n limited number of Rlacl; Lan;-tha- n and l.igtt llrahma Etfif for hale from two very line pens of fawl. Order promptly attended $1. Send llrahma ft jo per setting; I .ane-ha- n to. GEO. C. KELLLR, JR., in your order. SUnfurd, Ky I will open on January i$th, iSjj. a First-ClaDairy, from which 1 can supply any quantity of Jersey milk in th people of Manlord and Row-lan- d atthelollowinc prices, delivered. 10 cents Fresh Milk, per gallon 10 cents gallon Skimmed Milk, 8ceuts Butter Milk, per gallon Iwill make two trips dallv. The patronagp of the G.A. 1'EViON. pubii. is elicited. Stanford, Ky ot- -t yr. ss r Notice to the Traveling Public. 1 In Man!, rd and Rowland, and by 50 lbs. toe Wc art- - very jo lbs ai d 100 lbs .'5c per 100 for mutcular thankful for past patronage aud respectfully There is Knights of rheumatism nothing hav cvirused On the occasion of the Its 10 itinuame Will deliver irom lb up. that cives men much relief as Chamberlain's Pain Malm does, I have been using it MRS. JAN K HARRijW AtO. 15 Pythias celebration, to be held at for about two years, four bottles in all, js occa Ky., May J0, the Queen and sion required, and always Veep a bottle ol it in my u ben I heme. I believe I know a L'ood Crescent and Iiuisvillu Southern Rail hold of it. and l'ain ltalm i the thine liniment eel 1 best with. W. U. Denny, dairyman. New roads will sell tickets from all stutious in haveevermet). so cent bottle for sale by W. It. l.txlmton, ROWLAND. KV. Kentucky at one fare for the round-tri- p, Mcttoberts, IirugKUt, Stanford. Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in . m :)0 and making tickets good selling May Whil. Mr. T. J RiKhey, ol Allonu, Mo , was DEALER IN CROCERIES, HARDWARE, to return until May SI. The chief at- traveling in Kunsas he was taken violently ill with liasmoved into his new utore at th junction ef cholera morbus. He called at a drug store to cet tractions will be a street parade, prize some medicine and the druggist recommended tin' SUuloidX. I rab Orchard and " nt jlf" pikes lx'tter than rrur prepared t Item. drill, barbecue dinner, etc. For further Chamberlain's heolic, Choleratoand Diarrhira result at Rowland and I. nowbuth toplea-- e the trade 111 concluded try it. The edy so information call on amenta or addrrss I). u.is immediate relief and a lew doses cum! him (iOODrf, 3111 CIUS, completely. It is made for bowel complaint and STOCK. G. Kd wards, G. l A., Cincinnati, O. nothing else, it never falls. For sate by W, II, Etc. He has re ently added ureaily to stock McRoberts, druggist, Stanford. of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, and hating uo rent la pay and no lots by bad debts Spring Wagons, Carts 0. 15. Ryan, of the C. .fc 0. railroad, he can srll you goods cheaper than any body, all Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows The promptness and certainty of its cures have r states that the New York Central's claim made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy famous. It and cet his prices before buying and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Hollers, Wheat is intended esDCciallv lor couirhs. colds, croup to having the largest locomotive in the and whooping coughs, and is the most effectual Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Uuggy and Wagon world on exhibition at the World's Fair, remedy known Icr these diseases. .Mr (,. n, .Main, Harness, Saddles, Fields, Haled Hay, &c. says. "I have a great sale on Number ".30, the monster ol Union City, I'a., Remnly. I warrant eery is untenable. Chamberlain's Couch heard ol bottle consolidated iron horse on the C. & 0., entire and have neer 53 cent one failing toMegive "?My by bottles for satisfaction " mother, Mrs. Kate Duddernr has just re T r. CLA KKk 127,000 pounds, much in excess W. II McRoberts, Druggist, Stanford. weighs turned Irom the cities with uu elegant line of mil. f STAf,JK. liner v, embracing New York Central's en1 n, R. J". EC. HCILTOlSr Bo K. WEAHEN. hij-hl- y OF Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, b. XTow Millinery. of that of the have had THE SHELTON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of the belt saloons In the State, open day and night; a night snan meets all trains. In connection with House have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Mali and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Ingram, Erin, Term . A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. D. E. Proctor, C. H. Hraum, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. aud Mrs. F. . Johnson, New Haven, lim Cox. Greensburir. Rates Ji pel day. J, M. Peirey, clerk. Give me a call. I. W. CARRIF.R, Prop. 9Eoiy gine, and yet the locomotives used in pulling the F. F. V. over the mountains dwarf it in comparison, their weight being lHo.OOO pounds. A tired woman, just as much a- - a sick and ailing one, needs Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. That builds up, strengthens and invigorates the eutiro female system. It regulatesand promotes all the proper functions of woir.anhocd. improves enriches the blood, dispels aches and pains, melancholy and nervousness, brings refreshing sleep and restores health and strength. It's a powerful restorative tonic and soothing ner vine, made especially for woman's needs and the onlv guaranteed remedv for woman's weaknesses and" ailments In all "female complaints" and Irregularities if it ever fails to benefit or cure you have your mcuey back. A i?reat many AUL. When Ilaby was slcl:, we Rav her CastorK When she wna a Child, sh crM for Catorla. When she becamu MLxa, t.ha clung to Ovstorjv When fclie had Children, she- Rfvethem Castoria. THE NOVELTIES lue lull control. Of the scasnn, of which sne will She also engaged a FIRST-CLAS- S DEE3S MAZER. Call and esamlne my stock of Millinery before buying ami leave your order for your dresws. ThanktiiKyou for past favors e solicit wine. MAUV DAVIS DUDDERAR. The finest fruit belt of New Meskn. Vo fall ure in crops under irrigation tfproprrly attended All fruits grown In California can be groan In New M.slco. except oranges arid lemons. Steam Land from Jit lo $ per acre on 10 vears' time, at ' 0 per cent. Call on or addles, R C. MORGAN, I). D. S., Dealers in all kinds nf Iron and llrass flood 1 for steam and water Sanitary floods of all kinds. All Stanlord, Ky. tnatctial and wnrk guaranteed agitiust defective 37 winrkinanship J STRATJB& .. CO., Tho Fooo Vally. PkACrif AL... Plumbers and Fitters. 'lo. j Farmers Rank&Trost Co OV STANFORD. ICY., Isnow lull or janitcd and ready for business svitfc i FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD. KY, K K tii XTew BARBEE &CASTLEM AN Commerce Building, Louisville W. up of We have opened a lliilcher Shop in the Dr. medicines "relieve"' Catarrh In Depot St., and will keep always F. 000 Surplus, . the head. That means that it's driven from the Mocker bouse on hesd into the throat and lungs. Hut by Its mild, on hand - soothlni;, cleansing nnd healing properties Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy perfectly and permancut SUCCESSOR toTIlK LINCOLN NATIONAI All I have moved to my new Hotel and am betttt ly cures. BANK OK STANFORD, prepared than ever to accommodate the public. We will also run a dtlivery wagon U Rowland to deGood Livery attached and every convenience Buclclln'a Arnica Salvo. Now closing up) with the same assttaand undo serve the people theie. sired. Give me a call. ska mmtwtm n a n mihl iiid sauiv FRANK RILEV. The beat salve In the world tor cuts, .bruises MARTIN & CRAIO By provisions of its chaitcr, depositors arc as tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapThis lamed Summer Retort, with its fully protected aa aie depositor in NaUonal ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup Banks, its shareholders being held Individual!) tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requirA. G, Lanhani ed. It is guaranteed to liable to the extent of the amount of their stock John H. Castleman. kiv. perfect satisfactioe "Waters Sur- therein at the par value thereof, in addition to thl or money refunded. Price 5 cents per boa amount invested in such shares. It may act as n.ttXTT'WXi BtVTiltVet sale by A. R. Penny, Suutord, Ky. executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully ai israusuvi sU rytij-sf- c La Grippe. To those who entrustedtheir buisineis to ui Bank ol (be past while mnaglDg the Lincoln During the prevalencs of the C.rinpe Re- Stanford, we we here lender ourNationalthanks and many fact that those who deses.ons it was a noticeable tbey will continue to transact their hutinee pended upon Dr. Kinj'a New Discovery not only us, offering as a guarantee for prompt alien- had a speedy recovery, but escaped all the troub-leintion to tame, our twenty years eapetience is ot the malady. This remedy alter effects banking indat liberal accommodations as arc con seems to have a peculiar power in effecting rapid Health and pleasure seekers will lind this sistent with sound banking. cures, not only in cases or L.a unppe uui dleursoitne inroai, i.nesx a'u i.uii(i hu cured cases ol Asthma aud Hay Fcter eflone mkictohs: lUmluiE. Try it and be convinced. It wont disAN appoint. Free trial bottles at A. K. Fennj's druir .J. Williams, Mt. Vernon store. J. M. Hall, Stanford; To recover their wonted health and energies and MANAGERS, Strength and Health. J. S. Owsley, Stanford; at the same time secure ijuitt, home-likfare at If you are not fwllns strons and healthy, try S.J. Embry, Stanford ; Electric Hitters. If La Grippe has left you we.il. J, S. Lynn, Stanford; Hitters Tins remedy and weary, use Klrctric A. W. Carpenter, MllledgtvilU; Agents throughout the South. acts directly on Ihe Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, I'r ce of Board from $7 to $u pertek. s. J. F. Caib, Stanford; jentlyaidins those orirana to perform their i'o further Iniormation apply to All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and re with Sick Headache If you are afflicted William Geoch, Stanlord, Ky. s style. 1'laio and ornamental paired In i.-iyou will tuul speeuy ana permanent uj GUS HOKMANN, In both workmanS. H. Shanks, President. Electric Hitlers, One trial will convince sou Signs. Satisfaction guaranteed street, overWm on main J. H, Owsley, Cashier. that this is the remedy vou nrd. l.arn bottles ship and price. Shop shop, Stanford, Ky. Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Ky. Dauuherty's blacksmith W.M. Bright, Teller. STANFORD, KY. only 50c at A. R. renn' dru store. B. RILEY, THE RILEY HOUSE Butoh.r Shop. CRAB ORCHARD Capital Stock Surplus that this 8200,000 20,500 Proprietor, Paid Capital - - $200,000 Jt London, 1 Kentucky. Kinds of Fresh Meats. SPRINGS. and Restful roundings, m JOHN B. DcNARDI. vvMw ' ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL.. Healing Insurance Company, In Now Open for the ception or Guests. Attention or the public is invited m the fac is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act , depositors are secured not only by th capital stock, but bv the stockholders1 liability lor an , amount equal lo the stock, so that depositors ol this institution are stcureJ hvi r.n.,1 rc. Five aworn statements of thecondnion of the bank are made each vearto the United Ki.... tnent and its assets are catmined at stated time . ' 7 government agents, thus securing addilitona "dp"'"1 "fe'V to depositors. i -- 1 h,. ,nulu,,"ni. originally establlshsd at the 1u'P0,'Vlan.k .f b,nfor1'1 ln ;.Sj8. then " National Hank ol Stanford in 1865 and ',,(J ' First National Bank ot 5 ll'u has had practically an tD',,d of sa years. It it better supplied now h 'cilitiet for transacting businsia prompt and liberally than ever before In its long and I honorable career. st Accounts of corporations, i eianes, firms and individuals respectfully tolic-sri- lh ....... 1 " '?' !. unintcr-anindMo'u- al. fldu-tru- . ADMIRABLE PLACE e j Carriage Painter and Trimmer, first-clas- Reasonable Rates. tunc-tiou- ..TEX8BL1., Looil Agent, nc Directory of this Hank it composed ol of Stanford; Forestaa'Reid. Llnrolnr,,.i. J. W. Hayden, Stanford ; S.H. RaughmanJLincoln; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J, S. Mocker. Stanford; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. O. Welch, Stanford; W. .P.Tate, Stanlord. OFF1CF.RS: I.S. Hockar, President;! Joha J. McRoberts.lLathier; A. A. McKinwiy, Assistant Caahler. T.J. Foster, '':.