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Alexander sold Tuesday a The street lamps bavo not been lightSeveral of our attorneys and olllcora fine photograph of his late residence, cottage on Broadway to 0. 0. Sinks for ed since when ? were up at Corbia last .Saturday on businow owned by Miss Lou McClane; also On goods in every department will begin this week at $900. Gilbert Garrard, of Manchester, was ness. the portrait of Isaac Shelby, Wednesday. of Mr. Louis here The Danville friends Misses Octavla Carpenter and Carfrom the Stanford and the Misses Daisy and Lula Potter, of rie Myers attended tbo Ice cream euppur Cohn learn with regret of his failure at portrait of Beriab McGoflln. Middlesboro this week. They hope he from Harrodsburg. Manchester, have been spending the given at tbo Jellico Baptist cburcb may soon be on bis feet again. nigbt. Hon. J. B. McFeran, judgo of tho week in London. at ioc, worth 15 A nice line of vests will be placed on sale Mr. H. A. Roundtree has been apTaylor, of Tennessee, de Boyle county announced hlniBelf W. L. Mooro baa court, died at Loulsvlllo All brands of Calicoes go pointed town marshal and it is hoped be and 20c; nicer quality at a little advance. Fiddle Friday evening aa ft candidate for tbe Legislature, to rep- livered his famous lecture, "The at 7:30 o'clock from the best 10--4 Bleached at 5c; Masonville aud Lonsdale Cottons resent tbia county, subject to tbo action and the Bow" to a good audience at the o fleets of a surgical operation to relieve will keep the hogs off tho street. Sheeting 22c. We have also received a new lot of Millinery and can Opera House Wednesday night. John Augustus Williams, State lecof tbo republican party. an unnatural corpulency, which had A gatno of base ball here Wednes- been increasing turer for the Masonic Order, lectured at open your eyes on prices. Don't fail to get a pair of those sample Catalogue Tbe Whitley County Fair for some time past, Shoes at cost before it is too late. We will continue to give our cuswill be ready (or distribution in a few day between the Triangles, of Louis while other portions of his body, except tho Masonic Hall Wednesday night. A good many Masons from adjoining coun- tomers a handsome Crayon Portrait with every Sio's worth of goods. days and thoso having good horses would ville and tbe Danville Stars resulted iu his stomach and abdomen, gradually Ask for a card. n victory for the last named by a score do well to give our fair a trial. wasted away. The operation was per- ties were present. of 22 to 3. Mr. Jacob Hackney left this week Rev. Lay, of ML Ash, preached at formed the Saturday before his death disMrs. S. I). Van Felt was called to and for tbe Iiantist church Sunday. Ho was ac several days afterward his symp- for Lancaster, where he expected to of that Louisville, Thursday morning by tbe toms were so favorable that his frieuds, pose of a combined horse he had there, companied by tbe Welsh choir failing to sell at his price, Chris U. B. CAMPBELL. very serious illness of her father, Mr. outsido of the surgeons, had r. l. austin: place, who nro excellent singers. hope of his but Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Dunham and W. It. Taylor, for many years town recovery, lhe surgeons found the liver Pearl left Tuesday nigbt to bring him Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Whitehead, Dr. and marshal of Danville. and spleen both fearfully diseased. On back via the overland route. McCul-loitR- h R. C. Ford, formerly cashier of the Sam F. Maguire, Jr., n pupil of tho tho liver Mrs. E. S. Moss and Miss Mary there were growths resembling for the World's Danville Public School, will take part in bunches of grapes soon after the bloom First National Bank here, has organized left Sunday night & the first annual declamatory contest of has fallen from them. In the abdomi- a stock company and will open a pri Fair. vate bank at Manchester. W. H. Car League at Harrodsburg nal cavity there were six Tbo students of tbo Academy gve the or seven galbefore Mr. Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st. ; wareroom, paint as part of their commencement exercises June IHh. Sam is an orator and the lons of a u Id ho think it would not run rier, who was and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. Kriiliiv nfturnoon and evening n school rest of the boys will havo to hustle to and which weighed after it had been re- Ford left the First National, will probably be cashier. subjects bead him off. congress, in which tbo various moved pounds. This fluid when an Tho incorporated company known Danville friends have received alyzed was found to contain millions of which should interest every lover of as tho Lily Mining and Manufacturing were discussed. Some one was handkomely printed invitations to tbe microbes. schools The Burgeons pronounced We guarantee "specialty. fiSign Work, artistic and plain. appoiuted to lead and then the subject marriage of Miss Sankey Bell Hudson to tho case an extremely rare one. Some Co., has made an assignment, W. S. A Mr. Louis Frederick Klooz, tbo 1.1th think Jackson, assignee. Judge R. Boyd and work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. was open for discussion by tho school. that if an operation had been The exercises were very entertaining to Inst at 9 i'. M., at the First Christian performed several months ago, there Hon. J. A. Craft, belonging to tho comCAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky. thoso who attended and as instructive to church, Louisville. Miss Hudson is a would have been a chance of his recov- pany, had tbe business put in tho bands of Mr. Jackson so that it could be daughter of Mr. J. Pi ice Hudson, who ery, but most of the surgeons those who took part. think such wound up and a -- TO THE- settlement made satis Krldar niuht a kliebt ditlkulty oc is frequently here. a case necessarily hopeless from the befactory to all interested. The company Mr. T. M. McFerran, of Madison-vill- ginning. Judge curred between M. A. Moore and Mr. McFerran was a man of has lost money for some time. is in town. Mr. Chas. 11. McDow high character, a lawyer W. E. Horrnwn In the barber ahoo of of ability and Mr. Charles R. Brock and MIbs Kate seri- ell and bis bride, who was Miss Lettle an impartial and upright judgo. He was i Cain, which might have resulted Wc call your attention to the Late Improved had not ar- H. Saunders, of Springfield, have re- 52 years old at the time of his death, lie Brown, daughter of Judge W. L. Brown, ously if timely Interference and separated them. The gentle-me- turned from their bridal tour and have was a native of Boyle county and the will bo married at tbe Christian (church rived had a few words in the afternoon rooms for the present at the Clemens eldest son of the lato Hon. J. M. McFer- Thursday night, June 1. Bro. Brock over a board bill and when they met at House. Hon. Win, Nave, of Bethany, ran. He graduafed from Centre College has built and furnished a beautiful borne night It was renewed. Men who hold W. Va., was in town Wednesday on a in thu 'GO's, afterwards attended one of to which bis bride will be taken. Aa this is the last May day, tho month of visit to Mr. Felix G. Fox, whom he thu Louisville law schools and themselves up and claim to be immedi should be ashamed to allow knew in St. Louis and Ksnsas City. citizens, ately began the practice of law in Dan flowers, I hope their future may be as J Tho executive committee of the ville, tempers to so gut control of them their lie was a member of tho county beautiful as the flowers aro and their Boyle County Bible Society have re- - court four years and happiness continue ns sweet. as to engage In such UDgentleui.ir.ly conrepresented the Miss Harbison, the teacher of tbe solved that if the managers of tbe county one term in duct the State Legislature. on World's Fair persist in opening their He succoaded George F. Le as county kindergarten, gave an exhibition of the There was a good crowd In town Tuesday to participate in tbo decoration gates on Sundays, the 'American Bible judge. At a meeting of the members of manner in which the children arc taught, exercises. Tho parade consisted of a Society ought to withdraw its exhibit. tho bar Saturday morning it was resolv- for the benefit of the patrons of her wagon containing the Williamsburg Cor- Dr. Savage, the agent for Kentucky and ed to meet tho remains at the depot, school, Thursday night. I was presnet Band, followed by thoTbomaa Buch- Tenuessee, will recommend such action when they arrived nt 1 o'clock, and es- ent and greatly surprised at tbe way the anan G. A. IL l'cwti then camo a line of upon the part of all societies within his cort them to tho family residence, and children had been trained. It was a litle boys dressed in uniform represent- jurisdiction. to meet again Monday evening at 3 most delightful evening and was as Tho graves of tho Federal Rnd Con- o'clock to take suitable action in memo- much of a show to mo as anything I of the Union, foling tho different StattH lowed by a wagon tilled with little girlo, federate soldiers in our cemetery were ry of the deceased. At 4 o'clock Satur- could possibly have seen. Miss Amanda Anderson and Mr. W. all dressed In white and drawn by bIx decorated Tuesday evening in pursu- day a meeting of citizens was held, at ance of the programme published lost which appropriate resolutions were pass- M. Elliott, who havo been teaching large horses. There were no speakers, except those who could bo secured In week. The speakers, Rev. W. 0. Good ed and eulogies delivered. The funeral school at the Laurel Seminary the past and took place exhibition at the Opera Harrodsburg. an Sunday at 4 i m. from the term, had an in the county. Judge Morrow was ex- loe, of could not come. Tbe sun Rev. William Stanley, of Flemiugsburg, First Presbyterian church, where appro- House Friday night, which was well atpected, but were introduced by priate services wero conducted by Rev. tended and it is said to havo been equalshone brightly in the morning, but won an Judge R. J. Breckinridge, of Danville. L.G. Barbour, of Richmond, and Rev. J. ly as good as the Brodhead exhibition tho sky WB8 overspread with clouds and of Messrs Good loo and time since. The teachers W. Lynch, of Danville. Judge McFer-rail'- s here some tho exercieea had to be hurried through Tho addresses have made many and lasting friends And would say to you never buy without first examining it. We asapproaching Stanley were scholarly, patriotic and with on account of tho wife, who was formeily Miss Mat-t- io here, who will regret to sea them sure you that it is the simplest, most durable and the lightest draft eloquent and both showed that with rain. Davis, and a daughter, Lelia, about animosities of tbe leave. them, at least, tbe machine on the market and less liable to get out of order. Call and grown, survive him. MIDDLEBURG. There was a large number of people it. It is represented at Crab Orchard by W. A. Carson, at Stanford war belonged to tho dead and buried in London on Decoration Day. Tbe by D. 15. Stagg. at McKinney by Alford & McKinney, at Kings-vill- e past. Some six or seven hundred peoLANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. There was a heavy hailstorm at Kich ple were prcbent and tbe most respectful London brass band In their handsome by W L. McCarty and at Hustonvillc by John Riffe. Hill Friday. A temperance mass meeting will be uniforms discoursed sweet music and tl e I). Jones killed n largo rattle- attention wss paid the proceedings. M.C. held at the court-honSunday after- exercises opened by speech making at At a meeting of tbe colored citizens snake one day last week while out huntnoon ut 3 o'clock. Col. R. L. Ewell, L. held at their hall on Walnut etieet the ing. Mr. John Kirby has resigned as U. Don't fail to see the Buckeye Machines. Tuesday at l r, m., on motion of AnderA. Byron, James D. Smith and Judge R. Kept by each agent. Mr. W. W. I'enn was here Saturday. S. storekeeper at Silver Creek and reK. B. Cheatham was called Boyd talked for the people and with one MIm Minnie Dinwiddle, who has had son Wallace, turned lioinc toengige in thu insurant o exception made non political speeches--- . millinery bus to the chair and upon motion of Jacob business. Call and see our chargo of J. M. Durham's After the ceremonies were over at tbe homo at Huston-vill- e Graham, Harrison Shelby was declared incM, returned to tier The new building on tho Opera the old soldiers, childien, Saturday. Miss Minnie made ma- secretary. The chairman explained the Houeu lot is about completed and makes NEW STOVE. women aud other citizens with tlags and object of the meeting to be, to uivo tbe ny friend while here, who regret to part colored people of Danville ami Boyle one of thu handsomest blocks on the flowers formed iu line and proceeded to with her. tho Randall grave-yarand to the cemcounty an opportunity of testifying their public square. Saves time labor and expense Beforo tbo article in our last in rerespect for the memory of Hon. Jatnis . Thu vote on the saloon question in etery, where the graves of the dead were gard to the illegal sale of whisky on B. McFerran, late judge of tbo Boyle Lancaster will be taken on the 21th of decorated, with appropriate ceremoTrace Fork was printed, a batch of Un- County Court and thereupon Monroe this month and as tbo time nppoaches, nies. Guaranteed to be cle Sam's officials went down there and Mitchell moved Last Sunday Robert Dees, &on of that thu chair appoint a things grow warmer. Mrs. John P. Spratt died at her nrustod F.lma and Waito Roberts and committee to prepare resolutions ex Wyatt Dees, was shot, or shot himself, Harland Hendersou, charged with noil prMsivu of thu sense of thu meeting. on Lexington street Thursday at Albert Yodi's, two miles south of ini! moonshlno whisky. Tho chair named as tiie committee morning, after a brief attack of paraly- town. Yodi is a Swiss and keeps beer Atulruw Mavnard and wife, who MecerB. Archie Denny, Robert Jones, sis. At this writing no arrangements to sell. Young Dees had been to church And to give satisfaction. have never lived happily together since Jacob Warreu and Anderson Wallace, havo beou made as to the funeral ser- at Old Union and stopped at Yodi's. bo- vices. tho writer tied the matrimonial knot There were several young men present, who retired and afterward reported the three vears airo. bad some Thu Knights of Pythias turned out among ttiem wm. following, which were unanimously Harkelroads. in Tuesday afternoon and decorated the some way tbe pistol was discharged and trouble one day laqt week and Mra. M. adopted: &' W picked up and went to her father's, Mr. s r., Hon. graves of tho deceased members of their Dees was shot. Dees stated that Rksoi.vkd, That in the death of; George Bolln. She returned Dext day James B. McFerran, judge of tho Boylo order. The usual address was delivered requested him to give him his get with her brothor, James Bolin, to County Court, the colored people of by Mr. Letcher Owsley, who acquitted pistol to look at, and when he handed it t.nr lmiiaohnld effects. Her husband to him it went off or Harkelroads shot Danville and Boylo county recognize a himself handsomely. The. haccalaureatu sermon to tho it. The ball struck him in the side and became- infuriated at tho presence of Bo public calamity. Iu him they saw lin and ordered him out oi tho yard, the affable, courteous gentleman graduating class of Garrard College will ranged downward, and Wednesday ey Iihu Bolin drew a pistol and fired thrie and tbe upright and impartial judge. be preached at tbe Presbyterian church eninu at 3 o'clock he died. I have been allots at Mavnard, without etlect. May In his othcial conduct nothing o( raco Sunday evening at 7::0. The commence- informed that Harkelroads savs that he t.cnl mlao tried to shoot, but thtre nreiudice nor aught unworthy of his ment exercises will be hold at the Chris- did not touch the pistol; that Dees came New Stock and Lower Prices than ever offered offered here before. were only two cartridges in his pistol honorable position could be discerned. tian church Wednesday morning at 10 there drinking and shot his pistol off, See our stock and get prices. We can then convince you that and they happened to be out of position The poor, tho humble and the lowly o'clock. arc We ilad to note that the late and when he was shot he was by himat tbe time. Tbe screams oi tue woman stood upau a piano with the rich aud owners and trustees of the cemetory are self in a shed room, adjoining the put a Btop to the proceedings, otherwise powerful. having things cleaned up and the walks house. we might havo been called' upon to U. We tender our respectful sympaand drives weeded out. Lancaster bos CHUHCH AFFAIRS. chronicle tbe sudden taking oil of one, if thy to his bereaved family. Our stock is complete and immense. All kinks of Dress Goods too one of the prettiest cemeteries in the whom the not two, citizens, without The subject of the Young Men's numerous to mention are now on our counters. Calicos, :!. We ask that these proceedings be State when it is in A condition. world might still have wagged along published in the county papers. Sunday few more straw hats sold formerly at 1.25, now go at 35c. An eleMiss Lucy Swope and Messrs. Bud meeting at Odd Fellows Hall old atyle. , something after tbe The meeting then adjourned. gant line of Ladies' Slippers just in. Children's and Boys' Suits from Gibonyand Wilford Dye, of Liberty, afternoon will be "Our Possibilities." In deQerence to the commencement 80c to 9 per suit. Come and get a pair of E. B. Ohkatham, Ch'm'n. spent Sunday with Miss Delia Hughes. . T Many Voters. Harrison Shelby, Secy. Mrs. W. A. Berkele and daughter, Al- sermon, to be preached at the Christian Ky., May :U. To say Crah Orcuard, (This part of this letter was sent for ma, arrived Wednesday to visit Mrs. church Sunday by Rev. W. E. Arnold, that I was surprised at the flattering call Tuesday's paper, but did not arrive till Will H. Wherritt. Misses Bessie Marks-bur- there will be no services at any of the upon me to become a candidate to rep- 12 hours after it was printed.) . Myrtle Wilds, Lizzie Thompson other churches at 11 a. m. Bed Sets, Lace Curtains, &c. In fact are strictly resent Lincoln county in the noxt genAnother Presbyterian preacher is They James Kinnaird has bought from and Katie Simpson have returned from expresses tho idea. sell you any thing you ask for. Comeone and all and get eral assembly hardly honing for notoriety. The Rev. Dr, we can go Mrs. H. W. Evans for 17,000 tho store- a pleasant trip to Stanford. Miss Lula prices and if we do not sell you we will do you good by giving you In the first place I have no desire to street occupied by A. B. Batson is at homo to spend vacation. Speicber, of Cleveland, said in bis secondly, my busi- room on Main Always to tbo Leglalatore; Sunday that he would not be a pointers. Robertson & Bro. .. Miss Ada Farra will return from Virginat home require my pres-ness interest slave and say that the Scriptures are John Light, who shot and killed nd attention. Thanking you for Edmund Dean at Burgin Sunday night, ia next week, where she attended school. withont error. As be was liberally apMr. Owsloy Ray, of Texas, la here havwhich the very complimentary way in if of the market. After this was for several years a citizon of Juncing been called to tbe bedsido of his plauded, it seems that he is tried for Eggs, butter, &c. Will give you the top mentioned in this connecmy name was tion City and served there some time as mother, Mrs. Spratt. Dr. Bush has re- heresy his congregation will have to be we will give away to every 20th purchaser the amount of the purtion. I most respectfully decline. marshal. turned from Cincinnati, where he went also. chaser to $1, whatever it may be, for 30 days. You will find us at Very Truly Yours, Mr. J. W. Yerkes, Kentucky World's to see bis daughter, Miss Bessie, who, stand in Rowland. , , ' R. H. Broxauuu. much improved. Miss The people of Hope, Ark., did not the old Fair commissioner, left Friday for Chi- he reports, is left Tuesday nigbt for Maud Robinson like the new poitofiice appointee and He shipped tbe same as part 'rewitt & Wood bough of Wm. cago. Kentucky exhibit the day portrait Louisville, where she will remain sever- they had him assassinated. -loil of tbo al weeks. hogs at Oc. Moreland 14 Ex-Gocourt-house of A : Great : : Sale Ex-Go- v. court-hous- e, Ex-Go- Sut-urd- ay The Cash Bargain Store to-day Ex-Go- 8c; B. F. JONES & SON. NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL ATTSTIXT, Fro'rs. Hloo-grfl- n book-keep- er 11 4-- House Painting and Paper Hanging "t e, Farmers of Lincoln Co. n g New Buckeye Machines, sj court-hous- court-hous- e, PROCESS d rest-don- PERFECTLY SAFE. W H. WEAREN & CO. Hark-elroad- em-bod- ie 1 NEW : HOUSE, WE ARETHE LEADERS. 4c. OUR DOUGLASS OR BUELL first-class- first-cla- ss SHOLS, Ber-tno- n BRING US TOUR PRODUCE. STEPHENS & KNOX. 200-poun- d seemingly forgotten, until JOHN HOWARD PAYNE. they rested, Mr. Corcoran caused their 1603, when removal to their present home. Tho Roatlngr Placo of tho Author of cost of their transfer, the erection of tho monument, tho panoply and pomp "Homo, Swoot Homo." of the funeral nobody ever knew, for tho philanthropist told no one nor did Brief llldtorjr of the Eventful Career of a ho lcavu ony memoranda by which his executors could ascertain. Mr. CorUnique diameter Ills Services at coran was very wealthy and reckoned Home and Abroad Tho Corcoran Monument. not tho cost of any good deed. It seems but yesterday that tho fuSpecial Washington Letter. neral procession and ceremonies were The most beautiful ami picturesque held. President Arthur nnd all of tho scenery in tho District of Columbia, on members of his cabinet; military and tho western slope of tho valley of civic societies; eminent nnd distinRock creek, vhere tho ancient Hock of guished citizens, not only of WashingDumbarton rises in gentle undulations ton, but of cities nnd towns all along from the quiet waters of the Potomac the Atlantic coast, united In this tardy on ono side, and of its tributary on effort to honor tho memory of a man tho other, is dedicated to the repose of as good as ho was great. Tho hillside tho bodies of our most distinguished was thronged with people, and tho dead, and is called Oak Hill cemetery. ceremonies concluded with the singing Viewed from the eastern heights of of "Home, Sweet Homo" by one huncity of tho dred voices, accompanied by tho comtho valley, the verdure-cladead is indescribably beautiful. The plete Marine band. trees are very old, and many of them The life of John Howard Payne was very large, overshadowing nnd some- a homeless life. While friends wero what obscuring tho marble columns almost numberless, and appreciation erected by the hands of love and beau- of lils genius was manifested during tified with the work of the most skill- his lifetime as it seldom is done until ful workers in marble and granite. after tho lamp of life has gone out; yet The carefully gardened grounds ure lie was a wanderer by choice, and well covered with a carpet of nuture's deep- calculated by his environments to est green and beds of flowers upon write the lines which are sung in cverj-homand are doubly dear to nil who every hillock and in tho miniature valtho eyes of beholders, bo absent themselves from loved ones. leys attract was undertaken that anyone aweary of the toils and His early educationwas professional a turmoils, tho disappointments and un- by his father, who certainties of life may easily be led to envy thoso who, afterlife's fitful fever, sleep well in such a favored spot. To the right of the main entrance of Oak Hill cemetery a monument stands, just in front of the little vine-clachapel; and it is to this tomb I would invito tho attention of my readers at this time. Tho following inscription will explain why this narrow homo of a great and good man deserves especial mention: 1 d e d WOKIjM congresses. Co- Au Important Fonturo of tho lumbian Exposition. Wlin Men from AU Turin of tho Knrtli Will Ulsruvn Srleni'p, Ilrllglmi mid Industrie Work of the "Con- gress Auxiliary." Special Chicago Letter. The international congresses to bo held in Chicago during the continuance of tho World's Columbian exposition will attract scientists and scholars from all parts of the earth. Tho congress auxiliary of the fair is an organization authorized and supported by the exposition corporation for the purposo of bringing about u scries of world's conventions of tho leaders in the various departments of human progress. Further L "In memory of John Howard Payne, author ot 'Home, Sweet Home: born June 9, 1791, died Aprils, 18K. Erected A. D. lssa" words are inscribed: Tho above is on the south front, and upon tho opposite side the following Sure, when thy gentle spirit fled To realms above the azure dome. With outstretched arms God's angels said: Welcomo to Heaven's Home Sweet Home.' " jj Erected A.D. 1SS3. pSp recognized nnd approved by tho government of tho United States, and nn appropriation on account of its expenses has been made by act of congress. Considerably more than one hundred congresses will be held before the exposition closef. In May were held the woman's and press congresses; during the month of .1 uno temperance, moral and social reform, and commerce and finance will be discussed; in July, literature, science and philosophy, and education; in August, engineering, art, architecture, government, law reform and political science; in September, religion, missions, Sundny rest nnd kindred topics; in October, labor, trades, occupations nnd agriculture. Tho headquarters of tho World's Congress auxiliary are located In the new Art Institute on the lake front, ut the intersection of Michigan avenue and Adams street. The work is in chargeof Mr. C. C. Ilonney, a gentleman known throughout the west as au ardent humanitarian and painstaking student of scientific, sociological and religious problems. Entering more into details, it is found that tho great subjects upon which tho congresses nro expecjed to jf4fe throw light are the following: 1. The grounds of fraternal union In the language, literature, domestic life, religion, science, art nnd civil institutions than this, tho organization has been iust as tho moral and intellectual n nation is nioro Important than ts material progress. And this if. us it .hoiild bo; for no people dwelling In jondnge can compete with freemen in ihc production of works of art, yea, even tho necessities of life. To attend tho meetings and deliberations of these congresses Is a treat ivlilch no ono whoso heart Is largo jnough to sympathize with tho weak mil oppressed should deny himself. Even though ho may not bo Interested n tho discussions and bickerings of Ihe spokesmen of different schools of philosophy lie cannot fall to profit by looking upon men and women who have sacrificed money and tho inunj om forts it brings for tho sako of advancing a thought or an idea. Speaking of tho work of the auxiliary, President ltonney said: "These :ongresses will naturally have a larger ittendance of Americans than of tho peoples and leaders of other lands, but they aro intended to be, us far as of a truly international character through the active participation of tho .ending minds of many countries. Tho llfuculttes and the expenses of journeys from distant parts of the world save always leen appreciated, and it vas therefore early determined that 'n order to place a few representatives from a distant country on a perfect quality with many present from nn American state, tho proceedings of a rongress will not bo submitted to a rote of the wrsons present, whether lelegntes or otherwise, bnt will be published to the world without formal recommendation. Thus tho proceedings of the world's congresses of IbUU ivlll depend upon their actual merits for approval in that highest of human tribunals, the public opinion of tho world, and tie fore that tribunal all participants will have equal "Ights and opportunities. "The world's congresses of 1S93 will pot be separate and independent of different organizations. wel-'aroof PERSONAL BEAUTY. Tlinn "Coirert I)r He Developed. ICorjrlcht, 1HH. liy Atiitrlitui I'res Aocbv tlou. With all that islxung donelti the lino ol It IrMoro Important Ing" IIoit It Mny Advici to Womor pos-dbl- o, con-routto- congress has been organised for ;he exposition of a trade oroccupation. In place of their usual annual meet' iiigs, the various participating societies of a given kind will unite heir proceedings in ono world's in which all w 111 take an appropriate part. The very name 'World's Tongress' Implies that the leaders of N'o eou-jress, , The birthplace of the author of tho cr: 5? immortal poem was long a matter of doubt, and even the authorship of the . TIIK TAVNK MONUMENT. beautiful lines was atone time claimed by others. But in a speech delivered elocutionist. He developed a talent in New York, in 163'J, at a public recep-- , for journalism at an early ago, and tlon given to him upon his return from conducted a paper called the Thespian Europe, ho stated that he was born in Mirror. Tho ability displayed In this New York in a small house on Pearl venture attracted tho attention of u street. At that time ho caused daguer- wealthy gentleman In New York, who, reotypes to be taken of the house, and at his own expense, sent him to Union several of these are yet in the posses- college. But tho boy entertained a lovo for the stage, and after two terms sion of his relatives und friends. The late W. W. Corcoran, a million-- , at college, when only eighteen years of aire philanthropist who lived here to age, he appeared at the old Park theaan advanced age, brought the body of ter in the tragedy of "Douglass," in tho deceased poet to America and the character of Young Norval. Haverected to his memory the monument ing been trained in declamation nnd which occupies such a conspicuous po- elocution from his babyhood it is not sition in the cemetery. He had known surprising that his first efforts were young Payne, when lie commenced his successful and evoked remarkable encareer as an actor; knew the history of comiums from the critics of that time. his life, and crowned his own honor- - His services were immediately in deable career by creating for the poet's mand, and he traveled with various remains a Sweet Home in this beauti- companies in this country for four ful place. Jlr. Corcoran said that the years and then went to London, where first draft of the celebrated poem was lie was greeted as the American Hut the war of ISIS occurred, written in Paris and was sung by Miss ' Free in the opera "Celuri," in London, and Americans were not then popular In 18l3. The original lines were as fol- -' in England; so young Payne closed his histrionic career in the part of Young fows: Norval, in which he made his first ap"Mid pleasures and palaces though wo may pearance upon the stage. roam, Be It ever so humble, there's no place like Whether or not he could have athome! tained like eminence as an actor canseems to hallow us ' A charm from the shies not be said; but his subsequent career there, as au author needs neither commenda(Like the love of a mother Surpassing all other) tion nor criticism. He devoted his time Which, seek through the world. Is not met and talents to dramatic writing, and at with elsewhere, least two of his productions will live There's a spell in the shade forever as masterpieces, namely, Infancy played, Where our Even stronger than time and more deep than "Hrutus" and ''Charles 1.," one of them despair. u tragedy, the other a corned'. That man is evihe was a An exile from home, splendor dazzles in denced by tho fact that lie produced vain plays, seven of them being Ob, give me my lowly thatched cottage again! sixty-thre- e The birds and the lambkins that como at my operas. He resided for several years cal- lin Paris nnd adapted many French Those who named me with pride. plnysto the English stage. He crossed who played by my Bide, Those Che me them with the lnnocenco dearer than and recrossed the ocean several times. He traveled extensively in America as all well as in Europe, and seemed restless The Joys of the palaces through which I roam in any one placo for any length of Only swell my 'heart's anguish there's no time. Hut there was always a busiplaco like homo." ness object in his travels, and wherever The final revision of the song, the he went he continued his literary lawords and music familiar to the whole bors. He contributed liberally to the was arranged by tho newspapers and magazines, and said world author in Anacostiu, a suburb of Wash- - that bookmakers and playwrights "can only, bo successful through some connection with the periodical press." He pointed to the fact that nil successful poets of that era were they who kept In close touch with the people through regular publications. Probably the happiest occasion of his life was upon his return to New York in .Inly, 1S.'12. when his friends and admirers gave him a grand entertainment and benefit in the old Park theater. The programme of tho evening included his own tragedy of "Hrutus," his comedy of "Charles II." and Shakespeare's comedy of the "Taming of the Shrew"; Payne having made a great reputation as Petruchio when he was an actor. It is related that when I'AYN'K. JOHN IlcrWAHIl a young lady came upon the stago and ington in 1S41, whilo the poet was vis- pathetically sang his song "Home, iting somo friends in that village. Sweet Home," Payne cried and sobbed Residents of that quiet retreat believe so that his emotion was known to tho that tho poem was originally written entire audience; Hiid they arose and there, and they point to an old chest- cheered until ho dried his eyes and nut tree besldo tho old Talburtt house came forward bowing and smiling bens tho Identical spot where the lines fore them. Tho transition from tears wero written; but they aro mistaken. to happiness nnd laughter indicated his Sitting there with ills young friend, extreme sonsitiveness, nnd ho delivered Ceorgo Talburtt, the final revision was a speech brimful of humor and witticisms. Tho management ' had anmade. tho year 1842, upon the recom- nounced to htm that tho receipts of tho In mendation of Daniel Webster and evening wero 87,000, and he stated tills other friends, ho was appointed by fact, saying "This is why wo laugh." President Tyler as consul to Tunis, From that expression emanated tho 5 ho was recalled by vernacular saying: "This is where tho Africa. President Polk, and was reappointed laugh comes in." This, briofly told, Is the story of the to tho samo consulate by President 1851, upon tho ur- life of John Howard Payne, his wanZachary Taylor, in gent solicitation of Daniel Webster. derings, his work, his ambitions, his Ho did not long survive this appoint- homelessness and his death In a foryours of eign land. It is fitting that near tho ment. Ho was then sixty-tw- p age. and died at his post April P, 1852. national capitol such an American In, tho Protestant cemetery, at Tunis, should find at last his "home, sweet Smith D. Fry. bis remains wero interred and there homo." i ' I ' Hos-ciu- s. I j HON'. C1IAUI.KS C. 1IO.NXKY, I'ltKSIDEXT WOltl.li'rr-CONOKKH- Al'XII.IAKY, I 1 hard-workin- g I I to-da- y, of different peoples. 2. The economic, industrial and financial problems of the age. 3. Educational systems, their advantages and defects, and the means by which they may best be adapted to the recent enormous increase in all departments of knowledge. 4. The practicability of a common language for use in the commercial relations of tho civilized world. 6. International copyright, and tho laws of intellectual property and commerce, ft. Immigration and naturalization laws, and the proper International privileges of alien governments and their subjects and citizens. 7. The most efficient and advisable means of preventing or decreasing pauperism, insanity and crime, nnd of increasing productive ability, pros- perity and In-184- world. 8. International law as a taind of union and a means of mutual protection, and how It may best be enlarged, perfected and authoritative-expressed- . 0. The establishment of tlie princlplesof judicial justice, as the supreme law of international relations, nnd the general substitution of arbitration for war, In the settlement of International controversies. While the projectors of these congresses do not expect to revolutionize the world in a day or a weok, they aro justified in supposing that the deliberations to be held In Chicago will event-uall- j' cause the passage of laws everywhere calculated to make life worth living, indeed. Tho popular favor with which Mr. Honney's printed mnt-te- r was received in Europe, Asia and Australia by tho representatives of all schools of philosophy, and by the dignitaries of every important religious denomination and creed, lends assur-anc- o d to tho prediction that the "brotherhood of man" is after all not so idle a dream as pessimistic dreamers would have ns believe. There will be men in Chicago this 3'ear who have the courage of their convictions, who will daro to "Call tyrant tyrants and maintain Tha frttdom only comes by graco of God." Once away from tho bayonets of autocratic rulers and despots of every kind, Caucasian, and Ethiopian, and Hindoo, and Chinese will , raise their voices to proclaim tho rigtits of man. Looking at it from the view of the philosopher the world's congresses will prove of far more benefit to the world than the great show at Jackson park much-abuse- virtue throughout the progress in the different parts of the world will bo invited to take the principal parts in the proceedings, and that the participation of any particular society or class must necessarily bo limited accordingly. The necessities of the case require that the proceedings bo strictly regulated by programmes carefully prepared and faithfully executed. Miscellaneous discussion by those who will attend cannot be permitted. Simple juHlce requires that the t!.no at disposal shall bo given to thoso whom there will be the strongest desire to see and hear. "The work has been organized to occupy the entire season, from the opening of the woman's congress in May to the close of the agricultural congresses in October. Considerably more than one hundred congresses will be held. In every department sufficient progress has been mude to insure practical success. For many of the congresses, tho actual engagements made for the attendance and participation of distinguished leaders of human progress aro gratifying in the highest degree." The religious congress, to bo held In September, promises to be tho most attractive of these wonderful gatherings, and will bo treated in a separate H. W. Wkh'I'H'.ut. article. In tlin Sun day School. The htory of tho rich man selling till ho had and giving unto the poor was the subject of discussion In a certain Sunday schftol cluss not long ngo. Tho teacher was Illustrating the moral that thu lesson conveys. One of her most attentive listeners was a little fellow scarcely six years old, but as bright as a dollar, und with a tongue that ttsed tho queen's English in a manner that would muku that motherly old soul squirm if hho heard it. "Now," said tho teacher, very impressively, "if a man is fortunate enough to make ono million dollars in tho course of his life it is his duty to give half of It at least to the poor." "Yes," Interrupted a prim llttlo girl In ono corner, "but how many men mako ono million dollars in tho course of their lives?" There was n silence for n moment, when tho little fellow chirped in the caustic answer: "Darn few." Utlca Observer. Ten In England. i j Tho annual consumption of tea in England per capita reaches a little more than five pounds. physical culture tho great imis.iuf worn en tiro unimpressed by tho importance of it. They regaid it ns a "fad." "lux ury," a means of passing time. Tlicj do not realizo its jwsltlve, benutifyinr. power. Could any woman see tho "Ik foro" nnd "after" of ntiy systematic cowx of bodily development placed side b Bide nothing could prevent her entlitiM nsti6 pursuit of it. Dress would become n secondary instead of a primary ron sideration with her, for what does a cost ly or becoming wardrobe amount to on i pinched, crooked, lean or awkward form' To the thoughtful nn unsolved prob loin nlwnys must bo how it is that worn nn has como to have Mich nn abnormal disproportion:1. tu nnd unbalanced con slderat Ion for dress over ieronal charm Ono cause doubtless has been the ok timo ignorance of tho law of pliyslca. development tho belief tluit as Uoc mndo her so shn must reiiiHiu. Iustenc of improving defect sho sought to con cetil it. She saw trees straightened refined, inado vigorous by cultivation-mentali- ty wholly transformed by cul ture. Tho liody nlono she belloved tincul tivablo, ami so let it remain. At any evening entertainment ono insij fco women twist first youth, unlovely, bu perfectly dressed, with curving shoul dera. flat bust, retreating back and ob truding stomach, neck craned and arms hanging ns if on wires, gestures like hi automatic doll, faco caved in wrinkle hollows, hair arranged for tho evening by n hnirdresm r, but harsh and rough it texture, showing lack of washing nut brushing; fnco haggard and hollow showing neglect, worry and tho irritn tiou that comes from straining a jkjIu to secure results that aru unsatisfactory Hut tho costume is nbovo reproach perfection no pains (quired, every con and scam in its place, tlattened, trim uiings and ruchlngii plaited to n nicetj in accordance with tho latest dress idea effort, study, patience evidenced in it design and complotion, und it might n well hnng on a clotheshorsol Soparnt from jononnHty, It adds not a whit U her charm, rather accents the lack of it Sitting, standing, wnlking, talking, slit is gauche, untrained, awkward, ntigti Inr, unpleasuig, but jwrfectly sntisllec with herbelf in tho possession of n fig ured satin, ft "LouU" coat, trained skirt ansol sleeves that cost timo nnd mouej in preparation. Could a woman realizo how much uion keenly nlive u man Is to Tsonallty that to dress sho would drop tho sowing ma chine for tho gymnasium, tho dry goodi shop for tho hairdresser and manicure tho divan in the erfuined room for th long walk in thu o)h;ii air. "She's a beautiful girl, but forheavcnV sako tell her to straighten up. She's ill enved in in front," fald sot to voeu I young gentleman in regard to a relative young, uin.ustakably beautiful am charmingly dressed. "Shois not pretty but, oh, such ways!" Wo are nil familial with tho sprewiioii, ways meaning turiii of tho wrist nnd neck, gentle stoppings soft, musical tones and trained grace Many a wotuun has captured tho treasure of her life- by tho manner of cutting i slice of bread, kneeling nt prayer ol walking up stairs and doubtless an oftei tost it. Granted i. desire to ncqulro physica' charm, how Is n woman to proceed? One thing which she must not do is tc e;:jivct to treat lu-- ungainly iwrsonalit) as sho would n dress waist which did tioi suit iter rip it up and mtiko it over ot tho instant. Nature is not art. Ono is evolution tho other revolution. Except in sneez ing, nature is never abrupt. Timo is hei handmaid, juitienco her servant. Here- u the rock on which beauty with all othei things worthy is wrecked in so man feminine lives. A woman won't can't wait I Sho will work, plan, invent, decide, but do notnsk her to "wait" for results. Sho does not bellovo in what shi must wait for. Sho would sjtend lioun of torturo in tho effort to increase or di minish tho hUq of a hip, to contract n waist, for next day. SjM!ik to her of two years in a gymna hiuiii to completely transform her.andhlu becomes blank in tho face, stublorii ii mind, still in lody. Sho will not budge Yet no beauty ever caino in a nlghttimt not to stay. Tho woman who will d for herself what nnturo has neglected, must wait us well us want. To ono wht will do both and lielieve, almost all things aro possible m tho domain of physical culture. "But tho time I cannot givo itl" the busy woman says. Just as you will, dei.r lady! When htisbaud, brother and lover prauo Cnrrio A.'e and Ahblo B.s charm nnd grace, you would givo five years of your life to bo in their shoes, Think of the timo you givo to wardrobe, houses, horbi'8, garden, fancy work, gossip, idlo calling, visiting and frittering im'.olenco but just as you will. Time, l.ko money, must bo mndo. Inasmuch a i thoro who do mako it uro tho lest off, itctitainly pays to think hard how to do it. Women who do not ndopt some means of phMial culture nro dropping behind in fashion. American women, in their ileiro to mutilate uio unconscious graco of tho Spanish, Front h and Italian lady, aro equipping themselves with all manner of devices for bonoand muscle education or tho art of "iK.ronal expression." Belle? have discovered that exercise is necessary not only to health, but to beauty. Iniivo out of ten homes one finds tho polished Indian club, rowing machine, pump lift, rubber stirrup and pulley. Even the fashionable suit indicates that walking in nil weathers is a demand of fashion. As many teachers aro now employed in teaching thu liody ns the mind in all tho centers of civilization. Fencing, riding, Bwimming, gymnastic teachers abound. Many aro taking Hinging, reading and elocution lessons in order to learn how to breathe tho com. tiion weakness of woman. Plumpness, color and ambition are tho iuevitablo ro-- ' Btilts of correct physical culture. P.xkik Edoah Thomas. s - If you would protect yourself from Painful, I'rofuse, Scanty, Suppressed or Irregular Menstruation you must use BRADFIELD'S FEMALE u- - REGULATOR CAnTiiumM,K, April 98, IBM: Thl Till certify that two member of tar Immediate family, after bavlng aaffered for rears trom Meaatraal IrrccHlatilr tveatrd without benefit by phyelcUnf , ttrra at lrnath coniDletelr UIWD one bottle of Brarittelda Hecalator. It effect la truly wonderful. J. w. HraAsaa. llook to " WOMAN " mailed FREE, which eontilb valuable lufuf taaUon va all female diseases. U-In- FMie BRADFIELD REGULATOR JX)X BALK BX ALL JtMU00ITM. ATLANTA. OA. CO., 1TOTICB.I We will Delivor ICE Every Morn- ing at In Minloril suit Kowltnd and hjr 50 Ibi. oe p r iooIU, Wt sir very nil 100 II jjc jo ll y slid IhMilful lot piticn.tr cpllvr - 1 II nillb up. Will tiora Hi conlmuatico A CO. M RS. JA.NK HARROW 5 iit ii r- 1 QUININE S., (Krcoril n l.If mile imck. HyAIII)AM.AII.MAMI!KINO, S.ro of Mntlie II. 1!:11. Geneva S. 2:10, ZZ Hcttio Jones 'J:W and other. gFirstiliun Kllnjllopklns, by Octoroon. . Ahm'sireof William Singvrlv Nora (J 2:1S. Second ilaiu Mollie Winfrey, by A vent's 2:10 nud Quinine S. will mule tho f scimn of IMKlat my farm, near Danville, f At $25 tojlnsureja LivinrfOolt. 17 A. W. SMITH, Danville, Ky. Charley Sandidge. Jewtl l)m Itooina U'tbb Iluttill 741 hird;.ullioti will air ibr annel ! f Macfaid, il?i si Cot.k't JpmiK H "! 4! 1 hit Uncy 11. Mttd by Stcotnl At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Montr due htn colt (old, mite patlcd with or bird I. another boric Jrwel, by CunniPftbsm'i h by Jewel's 111 dsm bv McDorald's llnlcuro; id Jam by WVI'i Cruisikr Chsilry's dsm. Keens Webb Kline II, It ene c.t the fineti onlltlrc snimslt on esilh, lnlng eel snd delrstrd sll the tisrV williit cf Cmtml KrmueVy nnKtlins itjMwin nl srldlngt Sbe Ii by link' j In llennsil. by Oclstd't Sampler DenrasiK, ly Gtlt,' DetnurV Ac. sd dam the 'lompMn. mute. llliKhl bay, vhiir f.el .j h.ni. and t natural saddle hwr. Wr will annul him I0W1 brerd. er ol isidlt-- r IOOK A KI'.NNKDV. KwkIjmI, Ky. K I) Kr.sni.tiv. J l'. Cm Vihfgtrn Dtnicsrk. Jrel; BARNES Mark born ii : 21739. HI limitlx yent old, high. r Slud by C. F. Clay 2:18. lt dam 3d (In m KllnJIl. by Win. Welch;:).). 2d dnni Knte by t.HN Vermont. tlioroi'ulircd. C. F.Clay (put 11 in the 2:.!0 list last ycHr) by Cnlibiiu dam Soprano by Strath-moie- . Win. Welch by Itniuiltoninii, 10. Ilnnu'D h a wry hanifcouio nnd speedy colt nnd rOiotild mule a lHt record thin full. Will make the tcron nt my plnco Jl inih'D f mm Stanford on the Dnnvllle pike. At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. U A. LAC'KKY, Stanford, Ky. Chancy maresal Denmark, jf, 'I he fim'tHiliMe Ma'lioii Chancr-- Denmark, will inakr ihoiea.on n( S,tl 4i Hid nabl ol Ihe Underwood I'rcs J, of a mile fioin Hubhle's stoic on I'.iaiich tut n j lie , and will $10 to?nsure,Colt(4 Months Old. Chsnccy Denmark, j u a bay hore full ,6 hands high, foaled in 1887, tired by llubbli't On Tltno, dam by cbl Stcuewrall Jackiott Hit colls aru line and of tood me, and will compare with anylxidy'a tadillr stallion We have jeaillri and u. two )rar olds on our larm can be iceu any limr. af Cluniey Dentuatk it sound without a hlwnuh iw on him out world, sold lor $J,Oc. C.TV HourUm Chief was mod by Redmond's t. In- - by Imp Hercules and his dam by Imp. Ktpurliro. I'ourton Chiel s dam wa by Col I.ear't Imp Nspolecn d, il dam by lleuna Vista. id dam by Imp liittilmn. 1'iiilia Vuta uaa tlrtd by the grrsl ( oinpioiniir, he by Tippccsnoe; he by Imp Warrior, which wai acknowidKetlthrbrst jetiretlsck. in Kentucky, llourbon Chcif Is 16 hands 3 Inchct liich without thoet, making him Ihe biscest jack In thr world lleltaccul blsck with mealy note, and for form, wfljjlit, style, action and appearance he hai no cijual, He terves rneti at 5 ihe tca.oii or $40 to insure a.livmc colt. Tom Curtit' 1st dam ly I'lulpi' big jackaml her dam by Sam 'licl s'jack ; ad din by iilack Sampion. lltr-cu'e- iielsacoalJilacV. Jack, K hands IiIrIi with slioei,hray Ixxl) and food benp. lie 11 by llcurbon Clint. Ihe flncat lark In id er Je BOURBON CHIEF Sired by old llourbon Chief whom pedigree la His dsm was Iilack Jennet, the was sired by lack by Jstoti Walker's Castlllian and of a full titter to lleuna Vista, who was out of out a jennet by Iilack Sumpton, lioth lacks wlllttaiid.it $10 toInsure.Colt;4 Months Old. For lack celt jo, jennet $10. Iiolh jacks have provm ore nrccucrs. The semco fee will be due In all cacs where mares are parted with or cnet out cf the country when such fsct is ascertained by us, a ben retained u.i all colta until season fie is paid, Marts and jennets kept at reasonable rales Care taken In prevent acculenls,bui not rcaponst ' be should any occur, UNDERWOOD I1ROS. ', ,.iv. . tiffed-,- . 1E " C Semi-Weekly Interior Journa. Denmark Chief. $8 to Insure a Living Colt j$ At CABFwXSX. The Lincoln Stock Farm, J. P. CROW, DILLARD DENMARK This finely bred siddle statlinn will make the season of 1893 at Cook's Spring' t, 4V, miles East ol Stanlord, at SOREAMBB A mahogany hsy, blnek mane and Uil, 16 hands high. Kino saddle stallion, Ionic J May 13, 1888. Sired by the well known saddle stallion Screamer, he by a noted Denmark horse. Flnt dam by a Second dill, jtl dam by Logan 1 Uill.Sd dim by tilil'a Vermont. Old Screamer in hi day und time was a fine thow hone and hat produced a fine lot of saddle hort.i This young tlalllt.n hai a few coining yearllngi that thow fine laddlo qualiltci and are good oni, Scnamer will make tha teason cl i9Jat the liable of hitowneTon the Pis KiTer and Uatrard County turnpike, near Dadderar's Mill, At $8 to Insure a Living Oolt. I will year-ol- at the same Jack, limit and place itand my 3 d At $8 for a marc and $6 for a hone, to Insure a living toll money due on all watons hen colu come. If mtresare traded olf or removed Irora the neigh' bo t hood without unifying mo that they are not in tnal, season becoMti due. Lien retained ou colt till money U paid. Addreta Dark irouKray Jack, 14K hands tredjby Denmark Chief will make the present season at Win. Hubble, tired by an Imported high, dam by jack, nn imported jennet. Owing to the lateness of the season t will stand him at very low terms at tho Wm. Hays place, a miles from Stanford, . fd He is a nice bay, 15 hands inches high, four cars old. He saddle, well, but hat not been $5 LivingJOolt. trained. He It by Hutchinson Chicl, No itin, hy Mertengcr Chief. Hutchinson Chiefs first dam by Sentinel; d uain by Alexander's Ahdal Mares traded or parted with forfeits insurance. unjjiiiiam uy kcu jacket. Mfien,tr uniei, Grass on reasonable, terms; rot resr.nsiblefor by AbdalUh i'llot; in dam by Mambrino Mes '1ILKOU.D MKSSKR. tenger. addam by Mambrino Chief, 3d dam by imp. napoleon. Denmnrk Chief I tit darn wat sired by Suinpter Deniurk, he by Uoddard't Denmark, he by (inlnet ei (.'tomwcll't Denmark, he by thx race, hone Denmark, he by Imp. Itedgeford. Hit ad Hay horse, foaled teootlred by Jake 135(7, record dam wat by On rime, 3d Jam by Red Liou. I will alio ttand at sunt place my fine mule jack 1st dam Lady, by Melrose Wilkes 3339. td damj Msjf. R by llalsora 1014, sire of Roslta. a:'5!; Kentucklan, t a;V, r.nd of the dams of Kentucky Union, 3 Dalinra Wilkes. and Wintlon, By Hubblc's I'rlncc, the sire of Ilrignoli and joe I'alony, a jj. lionavenlura, a.igj a:jJ4 lllarkburo, by Messenger Chief i85, sire of 17 Jake lircd and of the dams of 5 in the a 30 list Melrvse Wilkes sired by Red Wilket, sire of j and of the dams of 13 in the a. 30 list Marcs patted with forfeits the Insurance. llalsora sired by Abdallab 15, who has fully L. tl. OARNKR, j.ooo descendants in the 1:30 list. Crab Orchard, Ky. Col. II. W. will make the tonton of 1S93 it our place 3 mites north-eaof Stanford, on the Logans creek and Dix River Turnpike, to Insuro a McKINNEY, .... ...And.., Proprietor, KENTUCKY. $12.50 to Insure a Living Oolt. Money due when colt Is foaled mares parted with or bred to another ho ise Pasturage lurnished mares at $.co per month; Will not be responsible fur accident should any occur. Dillard Denmark was nircd by Double Denmark he by Montrose, he by Diamond, he hy Games' Denmatk he bv tho great r.ce horse Denmark 1st dam by Denmark, ad dam by John Dillard, 3d dam hv Grey lade (thoiough-TireDouble Denmark's flam Nellie, e.as by Washington Denmirk, ad dan. by Shroashire's Tom Hal. Dillard Denmark It a beautiful dark sorrel three whi e teet. heasv mane and tail, in hands histh. he has proven himself a breeder of larscr, handsome iio its This is a finehorseif he had no pedigree. Hut we do not hesitate m say he is one cf, if not the t est bred saddle horse in he counlrv. Runt through premium saddlers nnd thoroughbreds ot both side. All kind of plants for sale in seann J. F. COOK. Rowland Ky. d) ts COX,. B. 7. 2012S. -- Belmont Chief 3639. sTj Q1WMI2ES3, :3i. PRINCE, JR, J.n'; :i7; ca, eifIQ?5 At S8 to Insure (EmiXODO). s st O. M. SPOONAMORB, i Rowland, Ky. SEASON OF 1893. LEXINGTON DENMARK. t At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. W. R. A E. MABdDTIEI KOXOKBo E'CJEEKACHIEF lllack ttalllon; 16 C.GAINES, Slatiford, Ky VICTOR : HUGO. 1 The Combined Stallion nt S15 a Living Colt. This Tine young Mallion willjumke tlio mile from k,'iim)ii of 18H3 nt my place. Shelby City, on tlio Knob Lick pike, nt Insure BRYAN 6480. METROPOLITAN i3m. Sonol Rysdyk'a Hamiltonlan. n' DamJOETTE. fly IILOOD CHEIK;5i Sire of I'anclc Robinton, s.iot Metropolian by Ryulyk's Iiamiltonian, dam Hyacinth by Volunteer, grandam Clara, dam of Dealer and Dictator, by Seely's American Star. Metropolian is acknowledged by all to be one of the best, and by many the very best, bred stallion ever foaled His full tlster, Reina Victoria, told at the McFerran Sale lor f7.s, the highest price ever paid for a brood-mar- e at a public tale Two fillies by Metropolitan, neither or which wero eser hooked tingle, sold at public sate fur St.iat. aver- aginKStoi so. Illood Chief, bv Ulood'a lllack Hawk; dam Miss Duncan hr .Nroti't Hiehland.r! i. Arams; td dam by I'iiuoleon. Illood Chief sired W ooley Jim a aj, Fanme Robinson 7 aoji. and Chief a jj Illool's lllack Hawk sired the dams of A .mm .nLMn.lAlM.n... t : rtl. v.. ", nu gran a.ao and Protienc .i8. damofllelle llrasficld """"""J' liryaii it a beautiful lay, foaled June 7111, 1S84. He will make Iheprctent season 1SJ3 at.Moreland a mile, north of llustonvllle, on the Danville ..and lluttonvillo pike, The Standard and Registered Jennet Jack Victor Hiiro U a buniitlful roil sorrel goes nil thu galls and Is a regular Jim nt $15 for Mule and Jennet Colts, and for Jacks, Same Terms. Dandy nice one. Ho wns sired bv Gilt Kdeo 201. he by Second Jewel 18. Second Jewel wai niritl For Full Descriplon and Extended Pedby Cuuniughnm'n' Jewel, be by old Wash igree call 011 or address, ington Denmark. , (lilt Edgu's dam wan by Stonewall I. S. TEVIS, j&rKsnn. Victor Hugo' dam wit by St. Elmore, 7 (Near) Shelby City, Ky. alio by Logan'a Gill, she by OiUV Vermont. Gill's Vcrmontjout of Anna 0., dam of Leo l'niil. Money duo when roll come or man? parted with. Mare grnzed or fed nt reasonable price. Not responsible for Registered. accidents nhould tiny occur. JOHN SANIM DOE, By 48 Shelby City, Ky. $12.50 to InBuroa Living Oolt. EMFEEOE 27. $25 Standard Rule G. V KUREKA. SIKED Son of Cclcman's Eureka, Record 2:21 J, made in third heat in race at Evansville, Ind. Has trotted miles in iM dam Map by Illood Chief Jr., son of Blood 2:19; will go in 2:15 this season. Will remain in stud till June 1st nnd tben g0 back Chief 791. in training. addamby Goodwood, son of Lexington, the founder ol the ureat family of race horses Sired by Walsingliara 2100, (sire of Latitude 2:191 and 7 or 8 others in the list.) Eureka, by that Kreat show stallion, Coleman's 1 durnTinel by Messenger Duroc 100, son of Hamiltonian and sire of El Eureka; uam by by Scott's Crockett, son of Davy Crockett. aine 2:20, the dam of Norlaine. yearling record J2:.T1 A. niood CheitJr.. by Mood Chclf 79a; itt dam 2 dam Bess Sister to James Howell, Jr., by Hamiltonian 10, sire of Dex I.tzaie Gaugh, by Washington Denmark; ad dam Old lennie, by Robert Uruce (thoroughbred). ter 2:171. Coleman't Eureka, the grandsire of Eureka a dam Jessie Sayre by Harry Clay 45, sire of the dams of St. Julien 2:11J, Hodine Chelf, wat by Young's Morgan dam by Boston &c: Kureka CUeif is a worthy representative ot a 2:1'JJ, and 12 more that have produced 2:30 trotters; ulso horse that founded as treat a family of saddle sire of the dam of Electioneer, sire of 60 in the 2:30 list. bones as any stallion that ever made a season in Kentucky, vir: Coleman'. Eureka. Coleman's 4 dam by Liberty, son of Lance, by American Eclipse. Eureka was never beaten in saddle and combined Wnlsingham 2100, sire of Naboth, Is one of the youngest sons of George Wilkes rings, and he imparted to hit get size, color, style 510, record 2:22, who sired Harry Wilkes 2:13, Guy Wilkes 2:15J, Mike Wilkes 2:15, and finish. Eureka, though a young horse, bat ribbons at Wilcox 2:10, and 02 others in 2:30 list; also 41 producing sons and 10 producing won about 30 blue never been Kentucky Fairs. shown, was not Eureka Cheif has daughters. broken to saddle until last year; but judging from Note. Naboth is a bay horse, 10 hands high, foaled June 28, 1888. His pedigree his tire, ttyle, color and action, we picdict for attended his him contains the blood of Hambletouian, George Wilkes, Mambrino Chief, Pilot, Jr., and and the same success that has His dam Mag, sire grandsire in show rings. by Harry Clay. 840 to insure a living colt. tn all classes and by Blood Cheif Jr., was a winner tones-Crocke- hands his h; without foaled 18S8. white! GILT EDGE 261. Second Jewel At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. Saddle Stallion. Hay horse, 15 bads high, 3 white feet, heavy mano und:tail, fine style and action. Sired by Woodford Denmark. 1 dam by King William. 2 dam by Goddard's Sumpter Denmark. 3 dam a thoroughbred. $15 to insure a living colt. Q-IRID- a horse that never sired a mean one. This horse is bred right - sire horses that will command the attention of all Intelligent horsemen. He is good Individually and can show for himself in any company. Will make the season cf 1893 at Adam Pence place, one mile from Stanford, Ky., pn Hustonville and Stanford pike, at t- a 'J" 1 $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. SANDIDGE& HUSTON. Stantord Ky. ONWARD MESSENGER. Standard, llred by Charles Dunn. KUtKD 1IY ONWAKD CHIEF 4 110. tirodticlnir daughters. 1st dam Lndy Messenger, bv Hutchin- premium at Kirktville and Dan son's Choir 12I20; 2d lam Klizu Jane, the tweepslake own Ins at (damof Mntid Me.engcT2 101, .Merit237) vide and Into bleed toringgoodHarrodsourj. Thost a who svant taddle stallion arc by Gentle BrwM 313rt, Hire of IVarl 230, cordis. tv it ltcd to look at our horte and see hua Ac; 8d lam Kitty Kivern, dam of Bertie mote. r by CunningGirl 237, by Abdullah 15, lre of Altnout, ham's vat sired liy Seccnil Jpwel, he Denmark jewel, ht liyola Washington hIu Belmont, Ac.;ltli damhv Rod Jacket, Ills first dam Minnie ty McDonald's Halcnrn or the dnm o( Kentucky Wilkes L''i, Second dam by Weill crusader, his 1st dam hr Stonewall Jackson, he Cv tVashiliKton Denmaik, Madison Wilkes 228) nnd Krandam of he by lllack Denmark, his i.t dam by Limadcr 3 Hy Onward Hll, record 223, sire of 19 in 2 30 list, No 17 producing sons and 10 Kisg Hi'ston Seal brown stallion, 10J bands high, foaled 1885; bred by George W. Carico, Terra Silas M. Sandidck. Haute, Ind. SIRED BY RED WILKES 1740. 1 dam Nellie I) by Colt. we will ttand mm 2 dam Lucy by Copperbottom. Oolt. At $15 to InsiL 1 Jcb Stuart, sire of Kittv Patchen a aitf, Dark Ited Wilkes 1749 (sire of Ked Belle 2:llj. Prince Wilkes 2:143, Allie Wilkes 2:15, a black horse, aiV$ is Phil Thompson 2:10, and 83 others in 2:30, eleven in 2:20; 28 in 1891) bv George nets hands and Out Cross Mambrinoa Patchen, (s3) y III make the reason of 1891 at Maples" the Wilkes ij; damhigh, sired by 30, 510; 1 dam Queen Dido by Mambrino Chief 11, etc. First .lei ey due when th colt cetrct or mare iart d old home of Arthur Sims and Wyandotte, Puis Frail dam of Lottie Prall a 2S, wiln. Mares craictl led at reasonable prices. Lady Stout Bolt, by Alexander's Abdallab 15 (sire of Almont, Belmont, etc) 1 dam by Grey producing a 13, lllack Diamond a tg and five Not responsible for accidents should nuy occur, tons and three producing daughters. Uy At $20 to Insure. Eaglo. Clll hdge Ii a Uaut'ful red tcrrel. llaxy mane Mark Tlu.e. ad dam Cora, by Daniel Webster. and tail, is hands nchet high was foaled Sept. Lein retained on colt for Grady Wilkes is by ono of tho greatest living sires, is kind and gentle and has In color, tire, style, finish and especially In his service fee. Directed 6, 1IS6, and it a perfect saddle horse. legs and feet he is the counterpart of the old horse 1304S. w shown a 2:30 gait. Will make the season at SI5 to insure a living colt. Gilt Kdge wat thowedasa anil Icok dam hautiy '"dby Director io?. record ist anil like his sire, he imparts his superb finish to Wilkes, by (JeotKe f.'cord Mil-ledg- He is a sure foal getter and a tine breeder. Lein retaintd on celt for season money, mares bred 10 another hone or traded on maket teason m by Old Stonewall JacVaon. money due. I ma fancy saddle stallion will make the season W.S, WIOHAM, mile from Milledgevllle, 01 1891 at our stable Morclaud, Ky. Lincoln county, Ky., ou the Stanford and ille pike. Owinj I i.vu scarcity of money, ir WILKES, DZKESCTSD 13946, JEB :: STUART. ju-v- fie-icnt- ly a.j; KaieSprague a:iS. Lil ). by Lance, s.n of Klyiiitr .Morgan; 3d dam Queen, by General GilTord; 41K dam farny, byCnancellar, jth dam by American bi.ratrue a 37V;. ad dam Kan damof Wllke.3i9. "TTI.XjXjI -Ak.DsVE Jacks ZLi. his colts, Bod Wilkes, So So 2 17J. Lizzie Wilkes Bay hoio, heavy innne nnd tail, with hlze. "stylo and iliiUh, and representing M)ino of tho best trotting familint in tnu whole country. Should ninku a great slock nt our liorM. Will mnko n short mmi-o- h stable 2 miles west of Stanford, nt 222f, Ac. he by Old Whip, id dam a Rocky Mounts 11 man--. MADISON SANDIDQB& SON, 3 Mtlledgeville Ky. $12.50 to In3uro a Marc in Foal. At same plnce a K.EID E $. A.C2-LE- . Ditected is 15 hands, x't inches hiKh; he is magnificently built and splendidly proportioned; through the heart, short back, lonif body short from knee to ground, short from bock down fine loin, hip and stiful, nice mane and tail ('tow black, splendid eye, and intelligent countenance, He it beyond any doubt a born trotUr. A son of the great Director a.17, the only horse that ever lived vith a record at jfooil as 1.17 that hat sired two with records better than a.ia Hut the power to beget estreme speed is the birth right of Director, has Inj,' sired Direct p) a 04, who hss won IS.sj7 30; Margaret S.,i:ia)i, wiuniogs 134.5; Evangeline 4 yrt, a:ilh, who has won JS.aaoand Directum '3 vrs)iiJr. winnings $u.-f'S- 7 5. making a total of f 60.4(0 aj for the quartette Director and bit get have won altogether dp Saddle Stallion. Hy Silver King nnd out of a Gray Eagle mare. He is a hand, some dark gray and a tine bhow horse. Will stand nt $10 to insuro a living colt. I aUo have Four Fino that will stand at $10 to Insure. Stable two miles south of Hustonville on Moreland nnd Carpenter's Station pike. J. K. BAUGHMAN, Hustonville, Ky. sire yet before the public, his daughters having already produced 15 Iron. 2 16J4 to a 30? and the oldest but eight years old. 's Jeb Stuart will make the season of 1333 at Mill. 4 miles north of Stanford, on Dix River, at J20 the Season, or Dud-derar- Jcb Stuart is a full brother to Mambiino Time, that, age considered, is the greatest brood mare $30 to Insure a Living Oolt. 4 $.. Money duo when colt comes or mare sold or bred to another hcrse. Kor further lnlormation address S. K. DUDDtRAR & BRO., 1 Gilberts Creek, Ky. The Magnificently llred Saddle Stallion, STANDARD 9 HIo-k- T, A. ELK IN, I bay, black legs, Fealed Mayjo, heavy mane and tall, 16 hands high. Sired by the world renowned Red Sulrrcl, the At $10 toiuMito greatest saddle stallion on earth. The winner of three pnres at St. l.ouit, Mo, fair, at the best J. A. ifcS.T. HA1.HIS. ' 7 Stanford, Ky. taddle stallion any ue. Premium $75. Second as tlio tiest taddle stallion, mare or gelding any age; ptemlum 150 Third as the best model utility tlallion, mare or gelding any uge; premium J 150, A success not achioed by any other stallion on cailh before or since, living or dead. Red Sijuintl sired bv lllack Squirrel, by lllack This fine saddle stallion will make the tenon ol Uagle Ac. Ri-- 1 ifkjj at my liable one mile west of McCormacks Katie's dam, Kowcna Webb Russell 744, by Church on the Knob Lick, McCormack. Church Funk's Sumpter Deuiuork, .tt never defeated in and Titrncrivitle turnpike road, Lincoln Co., Ky, a walking ring by stallion, mare or gelding. at Red Kaglo III be permitted to lersejo mares, S3 tho Season, or $10 to Insure a L.via Colt Four Months Old. I.ancaitcr, Ky. LARGE MUUE JACK, SENTINEL 21479 RECORD rj9 Which was made with but little handling. enlinel ai4jj was sire.1 by Almont Sentinel, by Sentinel, he by Hambletotilan 10. lit dan byShakesix'arejjddamby Long's id dam a lhorou(;hbrel Sentinel 1147,1 it a heauiiful dark bay, 16 hands high, heavy nane and tail and pronounced by competent judges to be the haudsomest horse in Kentucky In selecting a itallion I endentored to L'Cl ono with a gentle duposition, combined svlth sire, form, fiuo aquare trolling action, speed and merit as v.cllat pedigree As a lire I am sstlsfied that his success is assured, as he has tome very promising that I am sure will gn in the 30 list this year Two or them were sold at the Lexington tales this year and brought good prices. Sentinel .1179 will make tho teason o iFoiatmy stablest McKinncy, Ham-lltonla- n; indt-Mdu- Will make the present ssson at the stable of his owner, two miles west of Stanford, on tho Shelby City Pike, at the low price of EAGLE BIRD $15 to Insure a Living Colt, $15. Eagle Bird Is a dark brown, full 16 hands. He has a fine mane nnd tall, with as mucn style and action as any hnrse in Kentucky As a unilorm j breeder of high styled, high fiolshed, fine colored colts he is not surpassed by any horso within our knowledge. He was sired by the giett King Eagle, (winner of more than 40 premium. J E1111 dam by Star Eagle, best son of Cabbell's Lexington.) td dam by Hamlet Denmark, son of Washing-io- n STANDARD. Denmark ) 3d dam by Harris' Denmark, (son of Miller's Denmark, Black.Stallion, Foaled in 18S4; 15J bands high. Kin); Eagle was never beaten In the model ring by horse, mare or gelding. Sired by Black Eagle, sire of Black Squirrel 113. ist dam (the damof Mark Diamond and Monte Christo) by Black WilSire of Jay Eyo See 2:10, Phallas 2:135. Director 2:17 nnd 33 others in the 2:30 liam. prevent accidents, but not Care will list, and grand sire of Direct 2:00, Nancy Hanks 2:01. Lockhart 2:14 j, and 33 others responsible be taken to occur. Purlin,; with mare should any in tho 2:30 list. Dictator bv Hnmbletonian (sire of Electioneer, Georo Wilkes Dex- positively forfeits insurance Grass furnished at ter, etc.) dam ClaraJ(dam o"f Dexter 2:171, Alma2:2S and Astoria 2:29J) by Ameri- japcr month can Star 14 (sire of the dams of Guy 2:12, Robert McGregor 2:17-5- , etc.) also good Mule &A&&&zss Wedgewood 436. &im BXOTATOIffi Sirod by Dictator At $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. mare patted with or removed flora Co.. lorleitt The cheapest fee of any stallion in the Stale, insurance money. Inscription and Pedigree. breeding considered, lie it dark bay ijt. hands lush, heavy and tail, very sinooihe, even turned horse an 1'ertonal attention to ttock at owner's risk. 1.1 all the fancy saddle csitt which he transn.lU, Ii. D. KKNNKDV, I great untlormity, lie wai tired by Seco M i y i. Hustoiiville, Ky 48. he by lewel Denmark (Cunmughainj old Washington Denmark 64 dam Llllie Denmark tired by old Stouewall lit JacWn 71, lie by old Washington Denmark. 64, dam Crutiader Ac; jd Ja.u wat tired by Rlffe's (ilcncoe, he by I ,. j.cncoe ) tho dam a thoroughbred. 3d dam wat great old Tom Hal ami out of a Coppci I in. great demand for a int cart sadKtalulnif the dle stallion I have taken great palua tc cross thit Fouled 1M0. lied bay, lGf.hnnils high. horto and I ittpectfully Invite tho inspection and bred to a horse one Catronagt of every most wishing to and fathionablc Full brother to Silver King, Gold King, popular to the bred tamiliet of hit clau, ai he croiiet back to tho Silver Queen and the great show mare, acknowledged foundation taddle tlraint. Allie 0, Marct kept any way on liberal terms', but not Hy On Time, let dam Mollio Mountz. responsible for any accidenti thould any occur. Silver King was burned in KueVstable M. CARTER, JR., J when 5 years old; sired nioro good saddle Shelby Cily Ky any . j-- Colu standing, good until season money U paid, At $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. Money due when colt standi up and sucks, mare parted with or bred to another hoise. I'rnis furnished at fa per month. Not responsible for accidents thould any occur. Will S stand a Jack 1 dnm Ai.ick. . . GEORGE E.ALKORD, 9 McKinncy, Ky. 2 dnm .by Almont 33, record 2:39 j, by Abdullah 15 (sire of Goldsmith Maid 2:14, and Belmont, siro of Nutwood 2:18) dam by Mambrino Chief 11, out of a daughter of Pilot. Jr (siro of the dam, of Maud S. 2:03). Almont sired 50 in the 2:30 list. by Norman 25 (sire of I.ula 2;14, May Queen 2:20. of the dams of Norvnl 2:17$, Fanny Robinson 2:20J, Norman Medium 2:20, etc.) by Morso Horse 0; 1st dam Slocum mare, by Magnum Bonum. At J3 to insuro. B. P. WOODS, Stanford, Ky. ill ROYAL KING. EERICSSON JR. jEtL.Vt(i,CuShVTO 1 1 WALLACE DENMAEK 55. 1 5X bands high. God-dard- horso in Kentucky at the horses tluin same age. Gold King wns bred to two mares nt 2 years old nnd got two colts no letter in this country; see Sum Harris nnd Hilly Murphy. Silver Queen, shown by Hill Hue, was a great' winner. Allie G., educated by Nols Rowland, wns hnnl Her present owner refused Tint handsome taddle itallion will make the to down. season of 1S03 at the stable ol lle.iley mot., one 12,160 for her. mile west of Stanford ou the Uu.touvil.e turnRoyal King will serve fifteen marcs at pike, my st'ablo, near Pink Cottage, SILVER TIP 169. At $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. At $15 to Insure) a Living Oolt. Money due when colt is foaled or niaro parted with, moved out of the county or bred to another marct horie. Pasturage furnished wilt bo from a distance taken to preat fa per month. Due care and escapes, but la no event will vent accident! we be responsible tor either. Pedigree: SllverTip wai tired by Silver Kiug, ha by On Time, he bv Stonewall Jackson. of WagFirst dam by Skt daJdle, by Oliver, ton oner; second daw by Red Lion. Mounce, sired by Silver King 1 dam was Mollle Cabbell'a Lealngton, ton of Blood's tilack Hawk, ad dam by Young America, son of Taylor's Mes seoger. Skedaddle a lit dam by Mctloc, id dam T'De.Ct!-Sv1rT- JOE E. FAKIUS, Stanford, Ky. CLEVELAND, Splendid Hay Clydesdale Stallion will stand at By SUMPTER DENMARK, Jit.; he by 's 3 dam Young Twyman mare, by Coeur de Leon (Hevis). Denmark, he by Gaines & Cromwell's DenMAUDS mark, he by the race horse Denmark, he by Imp. and Nutwiwd nnd half bro'lner to 4 thun Old Twyman mare, (uutraccd). j:ty liye-S- f tneiian, ol MiHjuelle alio; Iledgeford. ciiampion stallion record ) and the sireot the Cars cf II ills ara, Fannie Wallace, No 36, by Sir Wallace, George Dictator will make the season of 1803 at to insure a living colt. t dam a:oS)f,auo ot the dams of three om-i- s wtn iccord he by Todhuntcr's Sir Wallace, he by of a.19, r.trfi an 3.ia4 all made in iSca. Sir Albert (thoroughbred.) Errictson Ir. it a tofid blick r.anut .1. rii. a jam by Vlrginius (dam of Virginius by Tran- weight taoo lot., and is a stallion tntt r ccnu - u, by, (thoroughbted) he by M .son's himself, liy rrncston 130, it.c onincl 1 alien Whip. Black Bullion, nearly 10 hands high; foalod 18S0; bred by George F. Kcene, Shelby- oflutdav. nt dam by L'odoc, I 1, u, id sireol I'ilot Jr., tireol thetla r s; AlatiU... ay. a Whip Mare. ville, Ky. 3 dam Eye-Seaud Nutwood. His cells lie n. usaily $15 tho Insurance. kind, good sue, fine style, having piouuccU some Sired Mambrino Lo QrandJOO, (son of Washington Denmark.) of the best the country can aftord. They are good roadsters and the ojtst ct family 1 dam Black Silk by Yellow Jacket 112. horses, and tl handled would make good racers. Will r.aieo the season at my stable K miles from Huttonvillocn theTHustonville and Liberty road, 2 dam by Dreunon. 4 years old; 16 hands high. By WALLACE DENMARK 55; pedigree of Wallace Denmark 55 ) by Highlander. - M Foal. 3 dam Mag 37, by Vldette, by Vlndex, he by 1 dam Mares bred and traded or brea elscwjiere renders Blood's Black Hawk, he by Old Black yj Grand has been a very successful show horse, having never been beaten in a season uue. l.cin retained on coll until season Is show ring. Is perfectly kind and gentle and is n No. 1 breeder. ' Hawk. Vidette's ist dam by Whip, ad paid. dam Gallatia, 3d dam Old Tiger. Via-dePasture J t.30 per month, all marei at owners 1st dam by Mambrino Chief 11, to insure a living colt. I also have Will stand at risk. ad dam by Old Bay Messenger, 3d dam by Cannon's Whip. K.S. POWKLL. a dam Julia Wallace, bv ,r Wallace, he by Hustonville, liy. 9 Todhunter's Si. sVai.ace, he by Sir Albeit, (thoroughbred.) to insuro a living colt. Which I will stand at the same place and time at 3 dam..... by Virginius, he by Mason's Whip. : : mares at 2, but not responsible for accidents. Will pasture ' Whip mare. 4 dam LIE OrjJlfTJD 746. $15 4 e, by LEZEL 262. At $10 to Insure t- re in (e i x' 8IO Thr Good Jaolu, 810 ON TIME, JR., & Will make the season of 1893 at my stable Rowland at 3 M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford.Ky. $15 tho Insurance. TOM ROBINSON. Son of Wallace Denmark; lit dam by Millet's Denmark, he by the race horse Denmark; his dam Florire, ad dam by Montgomery's Oliver, 3d dam by Old Drennon. Tom is a fine shaped horse, hands high; black with heavy man. and tail, is a natural saddler and will warrant him a saddle breeder. $8 the Insurance. ( Stock committed to my care and breeding wil my personal attention. Grass furnished receive at reasonable rates, to be paid before removal of stock. No responsibility for accidents or escapes. Parting with stock forfeits Insurance. I have a nice track and stable in connection with my business. Mr. Roy Beaaley, a fancy saddle hone man, is with me and we are prepared to ban die horses, both for saddle and harness, satisfactorily to our patrons. was foaled May 5. .838. ip " mn is a beautiful red bay, 15K h"d We claim 10 perfection. and tail, which he carries young itallion that. lie has more natural Itvle action than any itallion in the country-- in form and at a taddle a word, he is a model inseen that this ii oue of be readily the"'ncle.t bred laddie tlalllons in the Slate with courting through his Two magnificently brod'Jncks will make he very best taddle blood tides by ii.orougrj.reds. up on both tho season at aaidlo tSaddlUon to (his stalllon-trot, which eminently recom. li?s bold: nid.hmasa.lre of high class combined-- hors-can readily recorameuu feeder as this will be his third season and ,y Call and seej them before you breed get of colu wlfl compare favorably with the $8 to Insure a Living Colt. At $8 to insure Living Colt. TWO JACKS. a .; $8 to Insure a Living Colt. J. W. GIVENS, McKinnoy, Ky. BBASLBY BROS. none i" i .Uk rnnnlrv. -- -- W. a.. tiAio your mares. He is a dark bay, 16 hands high, foaled In iSSS. He is a fine saddle horse, wltn fine style and action and goal mane and tail. He was sired by llubble's On Time, he by old Stonewall Jackson, be by Washington Denmark, he by Gaines' Denmark, he by Imp. Hedgeford. ist dam by King William, the noted saddle stallion ; ad dam by Whip: 3d dam by old Telegraph, a great producer of isddle horses. On Time, Jr , bred from all good families of saddle horse, in Kentucky, will undoubtedly produce good saddle horses. Will alio stand a young jack at same place and same price. A lien will be held on all colts till season is paid. For further Information, call on or address W. II. DUDDERAR, Rowland Ky. mhmt$i!M& It fctcriTinr Hii ijf SPRING : AND : SUMMER : GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. J. STEELE CARPENTER. 5 HtutonTllle, Ky . u Tux speech of Gen. Black on pensions now past midnight and after a short sleep somo 120 editor left for Chicago at Chicago, will make every honest solin a solid traiu of Pullman Palace Care dier and citizen feel that the president kindly furnished free of of cost by the made n mistako in not reappointing him Stanford, Ky., June 2, 1803 J. M. A I. through its clever representa- commissioner of pensions. In that tive, Mr. Charles H. Hagerty. The re- speech he had the manliness to say: turn trip is to ba tnado by tho Monon, "The pension rolls aro polluted with the which also, through its whole souled names of cowards, deserters and impos passenger agent, Mr. W. G. Crush, "sets tors and no truo Boldier would object to measures calculated to remove the dis'em up" for the boys. : There are many other pleasant inci- grace," and tho applause that he redents and happy meetiags to which we ceived showed that he had touched a should like to refer, but space forbids. responsive chord. It must suffice to say that of the many NEWSY NOTES. Kentucky Editors on Urk, memorable meetings of the association, To nee a homely but a very apt ex- this was one of the most pleasant and Jim Stine stabbed Tom Lane fatalpression in this case, the Louisville edit gratifying and the rural roosters will ly at an Irish wake, near Gravel ors pot the bigpot in the little one for carry home with them an even stronger Switch. Hon. John H. Welch, of Jessamine, their rural brothers of the quill, Monday feeling of regard for their city brethren afternoon'and night. The first meeting than they entertained before. Tho suc says he will not accept the office of was in the Commercial Ulub rooms on cess of the meeting is in a great measure chief deputy collector. the 10th floor of that magnificent monu- due to the local committee, Messrs. R. In London Jim Hall knocked out ment to the enterprise of Louisville's W. Brown, Oliver Cromwell and A. Y. Frank Slavin in the 7th round. Tho fight business men, on the corner of Fourth Ford and to the indefatigible secretary, was for 3,500 a side and a purse of $ 8,- and Main. A splendid view of the city Ion B. Nail. Tho Louisvillians hung 500. A wind storm at Paducah unroofed and the adjacent Indiana towns and their latchstrings on the outside and nearly everything was free to their about 50 houses and damaged many hills can be had from the lofty perch, which is, we fearas near as somo of the guests, even to the street cars, which others. A humbcr of boats were seriously damaged. ditorslwill ever net to Heaven, that is loaded the editors down with checks. A dispatch from Chicago says the edi Main's circus was wrecked on a rail if Heaven is in that direction. About killing four and 150 editors, with their wives and sweet torial train made the run in 7 hours and road in Pennsylvania, 10 men. All the animals are 25 minutes, the quickest time ever wounding hsarts, assembled there and after introductions to the members of the Club made on the J. M. & I., 70 miles being more or less injured. James Barker, the hustling general and happy greetings all around, Dr. . made in G'J minutes, including a stop for R. Palmer, who is one of the boys, de- a hot box. The editors are having a big passenger agent of the Monon, has relivered an informal address ef welcome, time in the windy city and everything is signed to take a similar position with the which wasfas hearty as it was admirably lovely except the weather, which is Missouri, Kansas A Texas. Mrs. S. S. Bonds, living near expressed. The president of the Com- about as cold there as Christmas. An election of officers for the ensuing Ark., was presented Monday night mercial Club, Mr.) Marmaduke Bowden, then added additional emphasis to the year was held in the Kentucky building with triplets, one boy and two girls, the welcomejand in a speech, in which he of the World's Fair and resulted in the combined weight being 18 pounds. Foster's creditors decided took occasion to say that the feeling in election of Sam J. Roberts, of the Lex Louisville was antag- ington Leader, president; I. B. Nail, of to accept 50 cents on the dollar in paysome qnarters that onistic to the rest of the State, was pure- -' the Farmers' Home Journal, ment of their claims, leaving it with Mr. ly imaginary and that the reverse of the and R. E. MorningsUr, of the Bow- Foster to pay more if he should be able propositionlwas true. President 0. M. ling Green Democrat, secretary. A dissipated son of Rev. W. H. MilTC i& As usual the Kentucky railroads did burn, the famous blind chaplain of the Meacham, of the Kentucky Vress Association, responded to theso welcoming the handsome thing, the L. & N. being U.S. Senate, committed suicide when ) addres8esand.BU8tained his reputation eipecially liberal with their courtesies. his father refused to furnish him more money. as a wit and a .humorist. Col. E.Polk MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. That old warrior, who has always Senator Breckinridge's resolution Johnson, Etnmett G. Logan and others fought his battles in times of peace, t doclaring had each something Tgood to say and that the Capital should be ro Mrs. Lucinda Row died Monday,! Halstead, could not let the opportu- moved, but not naming the place to aged applause and good said it amid much 80 years. humor. A huge bowl of punch helped nity that the removal of Jefferson Da- which it should be moved, was defeated Mr. P. T. Welsh and wife have reto give eraphasi8to tho general happy vis' remains afforded to abuse him and on this account by a vote of 17 to S. turned from Middlesboro. feeling thatprevailed, even to the point villify the South, though he was more Exports of gold to Europe since JanThe subscriptions to tho Academy moderate than usual. Buck Fuzz Fora uary 1 aggregate 500,000,000 and heavy of a genuine old Mtthodist His entire interest in the building have reached $3,000 and is beker, of the same State, was more rantan-kerou- s shipments continue. The reserve in the Two or three hours were thus spent daily. and bloodthirsty than ever. He treasury is now $93,000,000, the lowest ing increased very pleasantly wbenJEditor Logan sugW. M. I'oynter has bought the grodelivered the oration at the tomb of point reached since tho resumption of gested that theCotmnercial Club punch cery stock of A. Fish and has moved Grant and waved the bloody shirt into specie payment. was pretty good; lor, babies,; but men from tho Baker building to the Brown tatters. He was very bitter against the seeded something stronger and he ac- Southern brick store. HUBBLE. people and denounced them cordingly moved nu adjournment to the E. B. Smith, of the Signal, is taking for what he termed "the object lesson Courier-Journbuilding, to which the Wesley Sutton has bought a fins in the press meeting, including tho trip afforded by tho resurrection, transmieditors had been invited to partake of And- to Chicago and the Fair. Mr. Will Bow-e- r gration and tran figuration of Jefferson surrey for $150. refreshments andj Bee ttue' processes by Rev. A. O. Taylor will preach at tho has chargo of the Signal during his Davis." Little Breeches is a harmless school-houwhich that great daily is made. Arrivand at Rush Branch Satur absence. kind of a donkey, however, and his bray ing there we found the editorial rooms is day and Sunday. Mi?s Pearl Smith, of Little Rock, only regarded as the natural utteranon the 5th lloor transformed from their Dr. Kinnaird presented Jno. Blanks Ark., is visiting the Newcomb family ces of animals of his claps. den-liappearance to a veritable little with a plow boy a few days ago and since and other relatives in this county. Mr. garden of Eden. The floors were handS G. Boylk ami D. G. Baxter have then ho has plowed over his corn twice, Otho Sweeney, of Springfield, Mo., is somely carpeted, raro.lpaintings decorat- bought the Lexington Transcript and hia melon patch once and is talking of hero visiting uiatives and friends. He ed the walls, potted and cut flowers till- will make a newspaper out of it. Sam going into his clover in few days. leaves next week fur Chicago. ed the air witli perfume and beautiful Roberts has set the pace over there now Mr. Josh Jones, one of Lintoln'd last Saturday. -- Court adjourned women it ted) about like birds of Para- with his Leader and the other papers nicest youngjmen, passes this way right Judge Morrow and his able Common dise. win nave to come up to it or shut up. It often. Ho is trading a great deal, I unwealth's attorney, Mr. C. W. Lester, 7 The visitors were cordially received is said that Mulligan A Co. blow from derstand, but as ha usually cornea on continue their good work and are winand pleasantly entertained by Mr. and f:5,000 to $5,000 of good money into say just now what he ning golden opinions from our peoplo the Sunday, I cannot Mrs. V. N. atlaldeman, Mr. and Mrs. concern during the short time thev hurt is looking after. Mr. and Mrs. James fnr f lifSr imtuirtialitv and justice to all. And ask .i continuance of the patronage extended the firm of Higgins Henry Wattereon.iMr. and Mrs. W. B. it, another proof that the shoemaker Robinson left Wednesday for tho World's Misses Gertie and Mattie Weber re- -t & VanArsdale, and will make it to the interest of others to trade with Haldeman, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce liable-ma- ought to stick to his last. Every will so to Misman Fair and from there tbey uned from Hamilton College Wednes-- me. The books and accounts have been transferred to me and I wil! Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Watkins, Mr. thinks he can run a newspaper, but ev- souri to visit relatives. ly. The former graduated this term. continue the latter with all who desire. and Mrs. A. Y. Ford, Mr. and Mrs. R. ery man can't, and wl-eMr. C. R. Parker, of Centre. College, lie tries he Hoots and Shoes will be sold regardless of cost to close Misi Ray Jones is the guest of relatives. W. Brown, Misses Milbrey Watterson learns too late, as a general thing, that n visited Ed White. Dtvid East has come Mr. L. W. Bethurum has returned from out stock. and Ollie Jolinson, J. W. Hopper and fool and his money is soon parted. In h3ck to run his saw mill on B. W. G Williamsburg. Mr. W. M. Weber has others of the staffs of the Courier-Journa- l farm. Mrs. J. A. Hammonds and the language of au illustrious but name-lereturned from Lexington. and Times and to each of them the poet, Man's a vapor, full of woes, little daughterjaro visiting in Casey aud association generally:and 'the writer in starts a paper, up he goes. Russell for a few days. Mrs. C. R. Har r i. n nn Mav fith. tho Oueen A particular exteud acknowledgements of ris aud children have been visiting inaugurated a new ser.FOR. gratitude for their contributions to a Thk remains of Jefferson Davis now Mrs. Catherine Crescent Route near Stanford. vice of maguificent solid vestibuled train sleep their last sleep in the beautiful Blackerby was taken worse a few days most deligbtfulibour. In an end ofjthe long room, or rather city of the dead Hollywood nt Rich- ago and Dr. Herrin was called to see and sleeping cars through to Chicago princiof the several rooms united by the open mond, Va. The ceremonies were the her and is at this writing but little if without change, coming from all South. In the Bluo ing of foldingldoors, was a lengthy table most solemn and impressive ever wit- any better. Uncle Green Bright is vis- pal points in the grass country this servico was largely and upon that table were two huge nessed in the capital of the late Confed iting relatives near Hustonville. increased. There are now six daily bowls and inthoLe(bo wis was a nectar erate States and were witnessed by BRODHEAD. trains from Lexington to Cincinnati and fit for the cods. Mr.t Bruce Haldeman, many thousands of people. Tho govfour daily trains from Chattnnooga to knowing that Judge Sterling B. Toney ernors of the ten States and all the Conin the The Mud Lick school-houswas au fait in such ; matters, had sought federate veterans who could get there western part of the couuty, was burned Cincinnati. Leaving Junction City will be the "Blue Grass Vestibule," a solid his a88:stance and itjwas under his direc- were pi esent and the day was one long Saturday night. vestibuled train, carrying free parlor tion that the enchanting drink was to bo remembered. The city was in The mammoth store building of cars from Lexington to Cincinnati. This brewed. It was composed of equal parts mourning and a feeling of sadness Brodhead will soon be comp'eted. W. lies been supplemented by another solid of the juice of oranges, t French Cognac seemed to pervade the atmosphere. Mr. A. Carson is painting it. " vestibuled train, thb "Islington und Mumm's Extra Dry champagne, and Davis Buffered greatly for the cause he Mr. Ben Yaden, who has been workleaving Lexington at l v. i. and sweetened to'thel king'8 taste. Was it loved and his people will ever hold him ing down about Frankfort for a few .. r.m .. .. . . . mr tjincinnnu o:iu r. .m. f'l. arriving good? Well,' "we .should smile. And in loving remembrance. months, came home last week and spent nu'xriwn in limited leaves Chattanooga, editorsjdid smile was amusthe way the his family. for Urcad by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to coming from Atlanta at 7:25 p. si , Lex- Orders Tub Muhlenberg people, utter finding n few days with ing. The bowls!weru presided over bv R. P. and E. K. Pike, of Pino Mrs. K. ZIMMKR, Stanford, Ky. in Cincinnati ington I a. si. and arrives the judge and Mr. ', Logan, who ladeled that tho Federal government is a mighty Hill, have been visiting Mrs. Mary dangerous concern to buck against, have (J::0 a. si., running through solid to at out the alluring, beverage with no apaud Mrs. Celiu Pike during the last Chicago via Big Four Route, arriving at prenticed hand. There wjh frozen lem- wisely concluded to sattlu tno railroad "week. Perander Hiatt was in towd IS T, If tax war and tho U. S. marshal and his OnicHgo nt l:.5 i m. Through sleeping onade for the ladies and the table was Monday. A I), end Mocars to Chicago, via. O. H. also laden with cake, fruits and other 150 deputies sent there to suizj properMrs. (Jiles, the woman who was redelicacies, to all.of which nmpb justice ty have been with irawn. A large meet- ported hist week as being shot and non, pass Lexington ats.10 i. si , arriving of the citizens was held at Greening at Cincinnati at 10: 10 i si , Chicago was done. place, is said to oe , nohd train ville Monday, when it was decided to wounded near this 7:55 a. si. The next number on the comprehenalong very well. Tho guilty parloyy an assessment of $1 on the $100 to getting trrynu sleeping cars to New Orh-aisive program was a concert and banquet ty has not been found yet. leaves Lexington 10::0 a. si , and nlso nt Pliu-uiHill and to that charming pay the judgment and costi in the case. G. T. McRoberts, who has been in carries sleepers to Savannah and spot tho editors hied at S o'clock. If this had been done in tho first place Indiaua preparatory to emigrating to Solid vestibuled train to Ma-- 1 Among thoso who took part in the con much trouble, money and hard feeling that Stuto, is back to spend u few days t would have been avoidnri. con leaves Cincinnati 11 r. si., in rives at la&Ktf cert were Misses Bessie K. Ball and with his young wife. He is reported as Chattanooga at 10 a. m., Macon o 15 i Katherino B. Whipple, gifted in song as Mu. Cleveland lua gone off to Hog being on the nick list. Misses Battio and Louis-villsi. Sleeping luh will run from well as beautiful of person, Sol Marcos Island fishing, with the rascals still hog- El'la Henderson, of.'l.owell, are visiting Knoxvillo and. to A&hevillo and sin, the noted young violinist, Llewel- ging most of the offices. This is no time Mrs. J. G. Frith. Louisville to Chattanoog.i, via LexingWK HAVE FOR SALK lyn B. Cain, tho A polo Club Quartette for fishing. The cine against Joseph Howard for When the boyB in the trench ton. Three daily tialns each wav from and others. Tho music was greatly en- es are given the offices they won and de- the murder of Bruce Wilmott, lat Aug- Lexington to Louisville. For further joyed aud liberally applauded. Then serve, it will be time enough then for ust, was tried last week at Mt. Vernon. information call on agents for schedules, j catno tho banquet and for several hours Mr. Cleveland The simplest binder made. to wet his liue. Till that He was acquitted. The Commonwealth's etc, or address I). Edwards, G. P. A. more than 300 people ate, drank and asked'tbo judge to discharge Cincinnati, Ohio. consummation devoutly to ho wished, attomev were merry. It was n magnificent may the president the jury. He said ho did not wish to always have s spread to which the popping of corks try auy more Commonwealth cases luck. Both houses of tho Rhodo Island Or two horse binder. Deering Mower lent additional charm as well us furand Deering Hinder Twine. such a jury. Legislature unanimously passed a bill Call on us for a beautifully were no regular nished music. There All the foolish talk about Mr. Charles illustrated catalogue, "Triumphs of the Deputy Sheriff Cummins in We see providing for election of officers by a toasts, but each spoke as the spirit, or H. Rodea not being certain of the town this morning, but I cannot sea tho plurality vote, instead of requring a ma- 19th Century," describing Chicago, the World's Fair, and the 'big plum was ended Monday in necessity of having a sheriff to arrest perhaps to be more precise, the spirits Deering works; also a lot of neat memorandum books. It will be to moved him. Among the speakers wero his appointment. We knew it would men, or a judge to give tho law, or a jority as at present. the interest of every farmer who needs machines to see us before buy Gov. Brown, J. Soule Smith, Polk John-eo- be thus when Gov. McCreary espoused Commonwealth's attorney to prosecute We will always be found at the office of the Stanford cent i a tmall doctor bill, but that it all ing elsewhere. W. G. Crush, C. H. Hagarty, Sm his cause. Our Congressman has no crime, bo long as thef juries of the county it Fiftycot you to cure any ordinary cau ol rheuwill Roller Mills. I'iin ll.ilm. Try J. Roberts and R. W. Brown, the latter wings at all, but he gets there all the absolutely rofusa to; convict u niiiu for matism if you use Chamberlain's the prompt relic! it and you will be surprised at df. will iuict the pain, appeariog for tho first time and cover same, and usually with both of his No anything, unless it be some minor of- it affords. The first application W. H. McRoberts, jo cent Lotties for nale by W. II. HAYS, Assistant. ing himself nil over with gtory. It was 10s. l)nissts,an,ori1fense. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal W. P. WALTON. Bargains : Id : Clothing. EIQHT PAGES. Bargains in Carpets, &c. Bargains In Shoes. BARGAINS IjY EVERY TJfJYG AT BAGAINS IN HATS. LOOT Pres-cot- t, BARGAINS IN WHITE GOODS. m Ex-Go- t, rrrjt STORE Mu-ra- I Have Purchased of W. H. Higgins. love-feas- t. GROCERY al so ke HARDWARE BOOTS i 11 WHB HOES ,&C, n, d Oay-CIothi- iv-en- s' a rela-Uvc- h Fancy Groccriec.Broad. Cake:. Pice Candies, Lunches.Fpjits, &c, CALL ON R. ZIMIY1ER, THE BAKER. Ad-(ircs- f4 Veeti-hule,- A Good Meal US? for 25 Cts. "3Jir s- Col-ye- r 'r Fl IHfc South-bound- Jack-nnv!l- l. .2T 52r; rfitw '.m-'-sVa- vrmfr7W7.i o J The Deering Improved Steel Binders, (. j fisher-man'- bo-fo- re ! The Pony Deering Binder. hip n, I H. B AUGHrvIAWT, AGENT. - t -.- .,J-- J ;rTrH r1 "ws-""- Yr-ri- - " : Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - New plain and dotted Swisses, rib bons, etc. Severance A Son. STANFORD, KV., Puck and Kentucky State Souvenir JUNE 2, 1893 Spoons at Danks', tho jeweler. B.C. VAkTOH, bu. M anagwr POINTS. The best gents' patont leather shoes ever brought to Stanford, nt Hughes Tate's. A PERSONAL Carroll Bailey la clerking for Sever nnceA Son. Mu. J. S. Humus went to Lexington ) Five different sizes Leonard ice chests. Will save you 200 per cent, of your ice bill. W. H. Wearen A Co. Wednesday. All persons having claims against A. T. Martin will present them properly proven to mo. G. W. Martin, trustee, May wood. m m Frank Jones has been tives In Lexington. vlaitiiiR rela- m Mils. Kd Mklvin, of London, is the The Month of Roses came in weeping Kucst of Mrs. M. I). Elmore. Mr. A. Loo am Dk.nnv went over to and the first day was no improvement the class exerctfcea at Lexington Tiles over May. It has been rainy and cool for several days. dny. J. G. Fimth, of Urrxiliead, was with Some rascal stole u suit of clothes and Ids friend, Dr. V. IJ. O'Dsnnon, yesteran overcoit out of a closet at Dr. Cox' day. Wednesday night. Tho doctor has no J. S. Owblky, Jh., and K. 0. Walton idea who tho guilty party is, but woe bo returned yesterdny from a visit to Cinunto him if ho is caught. W. P. Gov. McCrbary scored a good point McKINNEV. when he had Judg T. L. Shelton apJ. P. Crow hns vacated tho Alcorn pointed postmaster at Rowland. The judge is an excellent gentleman and a property on Main street and moved into his property on Lee street, recently purtip top democrat. chased of J. W, Bailey. Finding that P. W. GreenV hack line Joe Careon has about decided to had monopolized most of the Rowland give up tho Commercial Hotel and travel, Mr. J. W. Ramsey will withdraw "strike the road" with somo favorite line his omnibus from the trade after this of merchandise. Rev. W. R. Davidson will probably succeed him in furnishing week. food to the traveling public. Found Dead. A son of Ed Evans, the Mrs. J. T. McKinney, Mrs. Frank blacksmith who lives on the Lancaster Hughes and Mrs. Moses Coffey are all pike, came to town yesterday and re- confined to their beds. "Dr." Sam ported that lie had found his father Hinds has several patients in and about dead in a room at his house. Sheriff town receiving treatment for toothache, Menefeo went out and found that he had neuralgia and rheumatism. The "doceviJently died from the effects jf whis- tor" is getting there too. ky, of which he drank large quantities Mrs. Craig Gooch, with her father yesterday, a quart or more. His face and two children, of the 0. K. neighborwas greatly discolored, but there were hood, are visiting Mrs. Lulu Gooch hero. no marks of violence on his person. His Profs. Huff and Allen, of Middleburg, wife, with whom he had much trouble, spont Friday in our village. They report was in Mercer, from which county they a successful term of the Janie Wash Incame to this soycral years ago. stitute, which closed only a few days ago. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. The YearofJubilee Special occasions require extraordinary efforts. we are determined to make this With this in view COLUMBIAN : Memorable. Foreign war ships and naval pyrotccnics do not alarm us, but give us courage to still charge the enemy of competition and we shall continue to charge until he is driven from his entrenchments. Our low prices increases our YEAR war Day after day and our cash books show the stuff to buy the sinews of Good Goods at Low Prices. If our customers will Army of Customers cinnati. Miss Mary Myxrs has returned from Dallas, Texas, and lma taken rooma at Mrs. Harks'. Dr. Q. Ooldstlin, the OpticSpecInlist, was here Tuesday and promised to come A again next Thursday. That learned lawyer and polished gentleman, Hon. (. P. Jacobs, of Danville, was here yesterday. Mm Thomas Mktcalk was O7or from Jessamine this week. Hu is Breatly pleased with his new home. Miss Annie Dickinson, a very pretty young lady of 01mkow, is visiting Misses Nellie and Lizzio SUymaker. s Miu). Wm. Hick and Mrs. Henry left ycstejrduy morning on a visit to friends in Covington and Cincinnati. Mus. Gko. 0. Haii.ni and I'ev. W. 0. Hames arrived Wednesday and joined the rest of tho family at Col. W. G. Welch's. Musks Katk and Lily Kinnaiud, of took the train here Wednesday to visit friends in Iuulon and Lam-merMid-illesbor- 4 Miss Lizzie Slavmakkh has leturned from a very pleasant visit of neveral weeks to friends in (iIk'ow and Mun-fordsvill- e. Mr. C. J. Thomson, tnn&ter of machinery at Howland, ha;! been relieved greatly to the regret of Ids Stanford iiml other friends. Mite. Gcs Ho 'M ANN, who was here yesterday, says a large party will come down from Crab Orchard Springs to the liaud concert CITY AND VICINITY. Minnows for sale. John Kevins. New sweet and sour piuklcH at A. A. Warren's. Sterling allvor nurelties at Danks, the jeweler. m m Si tlno photographs for 51 at A. J. Harp's. Give him n call. Some nice building lots for wile. Sizes to suit purchaser. J 0. McClary. 1. Vol' shuuld su our new Point do Alpine and Point de Hreeges laa. Severance A Son. m TiiKiii: in much talk agiu about the Married. Miss "Dude" Frederick, removal of the shops at Rowland, but who lived in this county until a we hope it is all talk. ago and who has since been an inMiss Olivia W. Summers will giv an mate of Mollie Irwin's house of art reception t Stanford College June in Lexington, lias utruck it rich. Itth from IV a. m. toll v. i. For somo time a named of Charles Brownell, of Chicago, has been The candidates to till out the Hrtn County Judge Mcl'erran in Hoyle arn too paying his attentions to her nnd a few numerous to mention. There are scores days ugo they went to Jellersonville and were made husband and wife. of them. Brownell is said to bo wealthy and of a time-car- d Note the changes in tho Q. A C. very good futility. on our 8th page. Kvery close connection with tho L. A N, is knocked inTickets to tho Band Concert at Walto a cocked hat. ton's Optra House are going like hot cakes and the indications are All owners of dogs must at once py that the house wilt bo crowded. The taxes on them and put a collar with n uniforms have not arrived, hut the boys number on ench dog they own. (). J. will be out of sight in dress suits and too Xewland, city morshul. o utterly sweet for an thing. Mise-- es Gertrude Howard, Alice Holmes, IsaDr. J. A. Amon reports tho arrival of a girl at Mr. Joe Peck's, of Rowland, and bel Brtiley and other young ladies will Dr. Steele Bailey that of a boy at Mr. A. help tho band make a certain miccvsh of the concert. Admission GOc. Tickets JColenmn's, just beyond Rowland. bought before the box ollico opens reRkntzACo.'h Ciitcus will pitch itn served free of charge. tents at Water Works Park JcixucSaitlkv refused to grant tho and everybody is happy. There aro a treat many people who had rather go to writ to prohibit the election on the a circus than to meeting, but onlv a few liquor question nt Iincister because he has no jurisdiction in vacation and bewill admit it. cause the writ cf prohibition is an orCou T. K. IJiiin has about completed der directed to an inferior court restraintho fountain, steps nnd pavementaround ing it from usurping judicial functions, ho itand hedtserveH tho compliments when in this case tho court was sought c pavement is tho is receiving. The to be restrained from pei forming a purely and in inado by covering concrete ministerial duty. The judge takes the with a lino quality of Portland cement. further grounds that the general local It is a decided improvement oyer brick option law passed by tho present Legia in quality and beauty. hture is constitutional and valid, which to the rainy weather, tho M. P. was denied in the petition. Owing C. Society had to givo its supper for tho Tim Declamatory Contest will occur benefit of Rev. George 0. Dames in the at Walton's Opera House next Monday lalast uight. The little handsomely and night, Juno 5th. S. W. Menofee's subdies had decorated it ject is "Our. Duties to tho Republic;" W. were preparing to illuminate tho Park II. Shanks, "The Future of America;" with Japanese nnd other lanterns. Ice C. H. Holmes, "Sparticua to the Gludia-toro;cream, strawberries and cake were to bo W. S. Burch, "South Carolina and served for '2o cents. Massachusetts;" P. W. Johnson. "Mob r l Thieves broke into 0. D. PowoIPh nnd Law;"tO. E. Tate, "Character of Na store Wednesday and relieved tho cash' poleon Bonaparte." Rev. W. E. Ellis drawer of about $5 in money and took a will presideland Messrs. P. M. McRob- erts, G. L. Penny nnd W. P. Walton lot of clothing, shoes and the like, Kntrunce have been chosen as judges. Tho Sta n- amounting to probably 520. was ejected through a rear window. Mr. ford Gold Band will perform between each Bpeech. Admission 25c. Receipts to go to Powell's nephew was sleeping in the pleasant dreams were not tho Young Men's Christian Asscocia- store, but his tion. disturbed by the visitor. few-year- s ill-fa- Miss Mary Burnett, of Louisville, hsds, at Monticello, has been pardoned who used to viit the Hills here, is to by the governor. His sentence was six months in jail and 75 line. He is now marry Dr. W. E. Grant on the 7th of June. with his father, Mr. T. J. Hatcher. Samuel Hoguo and Miss Mattie RobThe Baccalaureate sermon for Chris- inson, both of tho Fishing Creek vicinity tian College, HuBtonvillc.: will be were married yesterday at Mrs. Sallie preached at the Christian church, at Ball's. that place, by Rev. J. H. Kendrick, of Mr. T. C. Williams, of Lexington Danville,' next Sunday at 11 a. m. The obtained license WednfsdRy to marry commencement exercises occur Wednm Miss Bettio G. Lyon. The ceremony day night, after which a supper will bo was to occur at the bride's brother's, given lor tbe benefit of tho librnry. Mr. W. W. Lyon, yesterday. Mr. 0. W. Terry, the energetic and The first annual Declamatory Contest popular young merchant at Highland, s of tho League will be hold in returned yesterday with a pretty little the Opera House nt Harrodsburg June 9, wife. He left a few days ago, keeping nt 8 i. it., to which we acknowledge in his own counsel as to his intentions, and vitation from Chas. W. Hell, principal of his marriage is quite a surprise to his the Harrodsburg Graded School. James friends. His bride was Miss Ella d, M. Saulley will the Stanford of Horse Cave, and the wedding City School and his subject will be "Tho took place in the Plnenix Hotel, LouIb-villCurse of Romulus." Wednesday. They will go to houseCircuit Court will begin next Mon keeping at once and we trust will be as day with 121 Commonwealth cases, 12 happy as big sunflowers. Tho office of the Interior Journal ordinary, HI equity appearances and 112 equity cases. There are no murder ca- has been the sceno of many an event, including hops, banquets, Ac, but it ses to be tried except Mack Fer.-ill-'s and ho has not been indicted yet. Of the was reserved for Wednesdoy last to Commonwealth caw LJ are against G. make it the scene of a marriage. On A. Adams and 2S ngalnst Sherrod Coyle that day Mr. J. A. Thornton, of Wichita Fulls, Texas, and Mips Lillio Minor, of for violating the liquor laws. Casey county, were united for life in the The sweet gospel that tho Kev. Geo presence of the oflice force, Rev. W. A. O. Harnett eo eloquently propounds and Slaymaker tying the knot in the most the melodious voices of his charming approved manner in such cases made daughters, Minies Marie and Georgie, and provided. Tho couple was accomaro hushed here for a season, but the panied by Mr. George Porter and Mies good they have done doubting souls will Ewio Minor and after dinner at the Mycontinue to increase ami expand till they ers House they took their departure for meet the happy family in glory. They home. The bride ia a daughter of .Mr. go to Lebanon where Mr. Barnes G. L. Minor, who lives near Powers' has been invited to hold a meeting. Store nnd is a very handsome young lam m - dy. Mr. Thornton was raised in tho Dr. Goldstein, tho optic specialist, by neighboring county of Marion and when special request, will return to Stanford he went to tho Lone Star State to live on the 8th met. nd will remain hut ose he left his heart near his boyhood's day. Those desiring to consult him in home. His long absence did not conregard to their eyes should call on that quer his love, but it continued to row day, as he positively will htay but one till hu was forced to return and claim day. He can be seen at the Myers the object of his ndoration. It was not House. Dr. Goldstein has done tholurg-es- t a runaway match; they simply came here business he has evor done hero be- because it seemed more romantic. fore and is well pl'nvd with his visit to our thriving city. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Bluo-GrasMay-fielrep-esenl e, to-da- Hatcher, for shooting W. II. A very serious accident happened to F. M. Ware in hi8 store here a few days ago. Only the presence of Rev. W. R. Davidson and E. 0. Singleton saved the poor fellow of a fate too sad to be written of. He is again on foot, but declines to place his official seal on any more affidavits, unless tbe "cigars come in advance." J. T. McKinney, having rented his to M. F. Cowmen A Co. for merchandise purposes, was compelled to build a new house in which to conduct his own business. This he did on the corner of his lot on Main street, and he is now comfortably quartered there, ready to wait on his many friends who may noed anything in the saddlery and harness line. Rev. W. R. Davidson preached at New Salem Saturday afternoon, but owing to the eating of an unusually hearty sapper Saturday night, or tho excessive and almost unceasing rain Sunday morning, he failed to fill his pulpit for the Sunday service. We McKinney people seldom get sick from except when we leave home. The parson was not at home Saturday night. The new Masonic Hall on Main street is just being finished up by the e carpenters on tho inside, while tbe is receiving a substantial coat of light green paint by the skillful manipulation tif tho brush in the hands of Prof. Frank Perry, of N. C. Tne now building will add very much to the appearance of the town, although the construction of its front miitht justly be criticised by one making no pretensions to architectural knowledge. The roouij are to be ready for occupancy withiu a few daya, when the "goal" will be removed from his hi line place ovr K. L. Tanner's store to his new and more commodious quartern. store-houBO STAND TO THEIR GUNS The victory is ours and the benefit of good goods at low prices is theirs. Let us all 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. SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL PAPER & ALABASTINE New stock, styles and shades. over-eatin- Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Garnishes, Landreth's Garden Seed at out-Bid- Wo Bo McMJBJI.mra9 New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. n. B. KING. GEORGE B. PREWITT. KING & PREWITT. MORELAND, KY., We have opened up a nice line ol Dry Acting Gov. Alford has pardoned Ben Knight, sent up from Middleaboro for six years for embezzlement. Soods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, Goods, Notions, Dress The Presbyterian General Assembly sustained the appeal in the Hriggs case by a vote of IlSo to 110 Action is yet to be taken upon the judgment of the New York Presbytery acquitting Dr. Briggsof the charge of heresy. Wc paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, which enables us to make very low prices, liases of steel nails $?. per keg, do. wire nails $2. 30, coal oil 10c per gal. with all other goods in proportion. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you. money -- new advi:btlseme.th. QfWe are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. book-mak- ht too-to- Grin-olithi- m Court-Hous- e " Jersey Bull for sale. A.G. lluflman. Wm. Morgan, a brakemau, was killed by the cars nt Bardstown Junction. John Shelby bought in Fayette, three standard bred brood mares at fl.'SO to f 210. W. D. Snow bought in Casey a lot of butcher at nil at 21c and a bunch of extra good heifers nt .)c. T. I A W. II. Lillard delivered to Win. Prewitt 124 Iambs from t)5 ewes, that averaged 73 lbs. Advocate. The rich Metropolitan Handicap was won at Morris park by Charade, an 0 to outsider, in a common canter. Calvin Carpeuter, of tho West End, sold to C. T. Sandidge for Shelby T. Har bison a brown middle gelding for $.V0. Tho700Btalls at the track are all tilled and a number o( horses have to go outside for accommo dation. Tho English Derby, worth about J25.000 to the winner, was won ot Ep som Downs by the favorite, Isinglass, in fast time. Prewitt bought of Coleman 70 trimmed lambs, to be delivered in July, at Tic and a lot of stock hogs from Took Hub Advocate. ble at The farmers are complaining of the small number of pigs their sows are hav ing ami owing to the fact that hogs are high now, it is rather a serious thing. Prewitt A Wood bought of C. M. Jones .'iS 190 pound hogs at 0.10; of Henry Hester 50 weighing lolatoScand of Henry Traylor 12 averaging 1G5 nt tfi?. They ulso bought of Joe McAlister, J. E. Lynn aud others a lot of lambs at tic. Mr. J. E. Carson, tho Lincoln county Jersey cow breeder, noticing the Indiana cow test given in our last issue, tells us that bis Cynthia A. 4721 beat thnt record last week. She gave 24(5 pounds of milk in 7 days, from which 21 pounds 10 ounces of butter was made. Her food was 1 quart of oil meal and 2 quarts each of corn meal and ground oats a day. Mr. Carson has five cows with records of 17 pounds 0 ounces to 21 pounds 10 ounces n week. 1 first-clas- s Lincoln Circuit Court. Notice it hereby civ en that on tho tint day of Juno, 1891, John It Owsley ami Mary K. Owpv, fileil In the clerli'i ollice ot the Llnco'ln Circuit Court their petition praTin that the tid Court empowfr the write, Marv F Owtlrjr, toilis-posby will of any property ihe now owns or may hereafter acquire. Given under my hand ai clerk day of June, 1S03. of laid court thist a; J, P. I1AII.EV, CIW. L. C C. ilc, e it 00 tm eiixtc & rauu Witt. PUBLIC SALE. at public auction A A Ren I (if Ed McKoburtr, deceaifd, I will sell On Saturday, June 24, '93, 'I lie real rri p contlitt of a llnuie and Lot, the eUte bploacing to the decicil. It House Containing 10 Rooms, one Store-Rooa Picture Gallery, Anil tlit-- all havn a frontage of 66 feet. Alio Three Store-Room- s 100 Ft. Deep aud a large Back Lot. Tho poiseitiont will be first offered in parcels, hole, the Aent accepting the and then us a largest bid These buildings are centrally looted and will proe a bargain tu the purchaser. Fosw&Hiiiu Severaii Ce & Son months, Termt. kim'ii Oiu-thi- rd July i, cash; balauce in 6 and J K. 1S9V 13 j;.td " tlltrCK, A.ent. (. 1TOTICB. the estate of l'trioni h.nin; claim of Samuel Knleinan will pleaso present them properly pro en to us and those indebted to him will please nettle at onco IJ. It r.Xi.LKMAN, Shelby ( Ity. II. V UlVUt'S, Hubble, AdminUtratorii C4t rn CO iftiBBiimij -- Ro 7oung Wives Who aro for the first timo to undorgo woman's severest trial we offer WE SELL - "Mothers Friend" A remedy whlcn,if used as directed a few weeks before confinement, robs it of its The Gurney Refrigerator, THE WHITE MOUNTAIN PAIN, HORROR AND RISK TO LIFE of both mother and child, as thousands who hae used it testify, "I used two bottles of Mothprs Friend with S. K. Wiley, Supreme Master of tho Exchequer, has been dishonorably dis charged for misappropriating 570,000 of the Knights' funds. .o know It they will use Mothers Friend for a few v ceki It will rob conli neroent of fiat and suffering, and insure safety to life of mother ami thtli." Mo. Mrs. Sam Hamilton, Montgomery City, Bnt by express, charge prerald,on receipt of rricR.fliOperbottle boldby all druggists, book To Mothers mailed free. Ukauiillu Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. and wish mnrvolous results, 'the ordeal otevery woman chlfoVbirth to JhFouzh IHrd Canary and New stock of Genuine Carbolic Sheep Dip. ICE CREffM FREEZERS, OOOLEES, Crocks. Cages, Hanging Uaskets, Flower, Mocking W-A-TEIR, Prices reasonable. McKINNEY BROS. ,)', : i. r Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky., - j . HE WAS THE "B'Y." , Ilut tho Man From Philadelphia SrANFORD, June 2, 1893 Quito ITnilcratand. I W. P. WALTON. THE : WORLD'S AND AMERICAN : FAIR, RAILWAYS. ' " V - M - TOBACCO, firm of Schwindleineyer & Co., from open his eyes. Whack! went a fiat on whom ho purchased his goods in New Ever sold on this mar Vet for tea cents is K. I. Key tho door. "Aro yeez tho man that waa York. IF YOU ARE GOING uolds Tobacco Co s"R J R." goin bo tho Btago to PhiiydelphyT" Schaumburg, on receiving tho invoice A Trial ts Convincing. "Yes, you fool! Is it "time to get up?"i of goods, was in tho habit of deducting . THE. "An Oi'm tho b'y that was to call eez several yards from every pieco of goods Sld br W H. WKARKN & CO. at.d KAUItIS A HARDIN, Stanford, A.r bedad, sur-r- , the stago is gone!" New he received. Ho claimed shortage on i;.im every pieco of goods, even when the York Tribune. pieco contained full mea&uro or oven a Tfc umallci PUlla tha Worldly surplusage. Just ns Slio Expected. Schwindlcneyer cz Co. of New York TTnef. An n innbmnTi wna ltni-i?tin ings street n hind wheel camo off his! stiffuretl a great deal from tho system of Aof rstcrultltisr hUU U dlacorcrsxl laA Louisville Nashvilic fl. H. wngoiandlet tho vehiclo down with a stealing, but rather than loso Schaunv crash, aud tho usual crowd gathered to burg's trado they allowed him tho short-aguntil it became uch a regular thing Is the line for you, as its observe, speculate and discus3. A well dressed woman who waa lassinK by that they resolved to play for ovon, even halted and asked a boy on tho outskirts if V'ev ,i1 o his trale AlnllTeratTfcctiotu.alckhesulAche.djr-A Schaumburg ordered a big bill of dry of the crowd what had happened. Make cloie connections at IwrttU, tlsttuUuee, lirartlmrn, bilious goals. Tho New York firm cut each "Well, you see," began the boy after collo. eruntloiui o( the skin, sind ssll trnuble of the bowels, ttielr curatlre in two, kept LOUISVILLE And.CINCINNATl drawing tho back of eithor hand across and every pieco of goods tho full numeffort's are mnrrelou. They urn r r-font tho bill for his nose and humping up his shoulders, rectltrei ssa ssrell gentle cathartics, Very amall ssnd erux to take. l'rlrn,W Judge-ber of ytr.l.i ordered, but kept tho goods For all points. along here" "tho feller was '.'So. Ortloo, 3'J 4 1 Park l'lare, N. Y. back. "Y-s.- " THROUGH'TICKETS SOLD. Apprarnnrrs Are Oprettfitl. THROUGH BAGGAGE.CHECKED & In "Thro wasn holo in tho pavement, bill, duo timo Schaumburg received the Penwiper I want to speak to you For any information enquire of and expecting tho goods would ar- about that Increase in mi salary, sir. but he didn't see it." JOES. KICK. Agent, rive in a day or ho acknowledged tho reStanford, Ky Or Head of Firm Can't afford it, Pen. "No." W. W. PENN, Trav. Pass. Agent, "Hut just look how the business has ho gits to that holo ho ceipt of tho goods and sent on a check "Jist when Junction City, Ky IS. spits on his hand like this, and hauls of? for tho amount, deducting, as usual, sev- increased." "True. Ilutyott forget that wo havo liko this, and ho fetches tho old hoss a eral yards shortage on each piece. As stinger to wake him up. Tho boss givca soon as tho New York merchant got this had to put on two uew salesmen." a jump, you know, jist tho samoasyou'n reply ho shipiKNl tho goods and admitted Clothier and Furnisher. the deduction for shortage as just aud mo would!" 1 v vy A fiipaule Girl. proper. "Yes, yes!" Mr.s. 1,'ewwife Did you go to the InImagine the astonishment of Moo on Schedule Dec. 18, 1891. "Then tho flues collapse, tho cylinder UwW' telligence office about that new girl, heads blow out, and tho belts slip off tho opening tho goods to find that each piece Jack? ft lacked half tho number of yards it should yon that drivo wheel, and I'm Juek--VoLEAVE NORTON DAILY this town might hev bin all blowed to contain. As he had already claimed Mrs. Nowuifc Did they say she was 7:00 a m for Graham, Minefield, l'ocahontts if I hadn't boe:i up thero on tho several yards shortage on each piece, capable? and all stations Flat fop and Pocahontas Divis- - thunder aud as tho New York firm had allowed corner and hollered to Jimmy Day to Jack Yos; capablo of anything. Radtord, Roanoke, it, tho only tiling for Mom) to do was to 12:04 noon, lor Minefield, Norfolk. Also (via come and sen tho fun!" IlOitOIl ltutljfet. Lynchburg, Richmond and ke'p quiet about it. "Laud o' massy, but I'vo been expect-i- n Roanoke) for Washington, Hagerstcwn, Harris-ourPhiladelphiaand New York. Not AlitttiiiMl of It. It is ueles? to add that 110 deals no somethinof tho kind nil winter long!" I.011 i Pullman Sleeping Cars from Mrs. Finn! think you do be took!!)' exclaimed tho woman as 6ho ran over a longer with Schwindleineyer & Co. of Norton ancj Ridford; also Radford 1 colk via illigant. Italia, dear New York, ia Shenandoah Juuctlon. also R boy and two dogs in her hasto to get be- New Yorlc. Texas Siftings. Carriage Painter and Trimmer, ford to Washington, also from Lynchburg to R Delia (just from a seminary) You yond danger. Detroit Freo Press. mond. All Ihj" tnothui. or Lose of Her. should not say "do It is luircdkinds of vehicles painted trimmed and re Trains tor Pocahontas, Powhatin S and In stlr 1'lain and ornimental , awfully Irihh leave Blucficld daily at 6 10 a m, 30 a m, 01 yez, Mrs. Mulcahey It's well fer signs Satisfaction enstanteed In both orkman-shi- p No Slouch. pm and j 30 pm. puce Shop on main strrct, over.Wm, BH'nt-- : anil Mr., rinn Howlv And ain't tliot yez can loaf round wid a plooj Leave Wuefield 6 iij a m daily for kenova.and UauKhrity's blacksmith shop, Stanfuril, Ky Columbus, O. Arrive Columbus q 15 pm hat, phwilo yoz poor woifo lias toshtay I Irish? Lift". for Welch and Intermedial Additional trains at homo ami go out wnshin aud ironic I'rolmltlv. stations on Elkhorn leave llluefield 105pm and by tho day. 5 an p m daily. "1 wonder what a inaVn wa'.tUlon.s daily at Trains arrive at Norton lrotii the Last Mr. Mulcahey Ah, Bridget, darlint, are when lie is struck by 11 40 p m and 5 ao p u For further information as to schedules, rates, it's not lazy I am, but it's to got a glimpse saitl DawKou. RailA Western c. airly to agents of W.B.BEVILL, of yor shwate, shmilin face thot lava "I should think he'd fvl more or roader to Gen. Pass. Agt Roanoke, ft. mo woruk early, so it is. New York less thunderstruck." said Mldf.- Ilavlnc purchased the Mercury. llazar. ful capabilities of American (railroading. From New Orleans Through Sleeping Cars run daily, morning and evening, carrying its passengers by Cincinnati or Louisville, as they may silcct. FromShreseport, Vicksburgand Jackson another Through Sleeping Car Line conies to join and y become a part of the magnificent Vestibuled mar-r-nin'Through Trains, which, passing through Tho occupant of tho room said that ho and the famous Wills Valley of Alabama, was tho man in question. is joined at Chattanooga by the train; from Jack"Thin Oi'm tho b'y that'll call ycoz!" sonville, Fl'a., Brunswick and Atlanta, Oa., over "All right," responded tho other, and the E. T. V. & G. ITy, and proceeds north over the beautiful Cincinnati Southern, through the ho jumped into bed, whero ho was soon I grandest natural scenery amd most attractive his- sleeping soundly. torical country in the world, to Oakdale, where It eecmed about n minute afterward j another magnificent Pullman Car is received, was really a couplo of hours when coming fiom the Richmond & Danville systam it ' Charleston, S. C , through Columbia, 8. C, tho sleeper awoko with a start to hear a from the beautiful French llroad country, and Ashviltc' voico that had a familiar sound shouting outsido tho door, "Aro yeez the inim, .N. C.and Knoxville, Tenn. stago in the The time to Chicago is made so as tn afford the that's goin bo tho air-rl- y most convenient hours for departures from the mar-r-ninprincipal cities and arrivals in Chicago. "Yes,- - you fool," growled tl sleepy l'assengetscan purchase tickets good over one man. "Go away and shut up, can't I line nrth of the river, and returning via another you?" if they desire a variable route without extra "Thin Oi'm tho b'y that'll call yeczl", charge. Or they canjgo ia Cincinnati, returning said tho voico cheerfully, and tho Irishvia Louisville, or vice versa heavy boots went stamping off Hound trip tickets on sale at rcdu:ed rale. man's of the Chicago line will on f request asist down tho hall. Agents Once xnoro tho Philadelphia man n looking up rooms or accommodations for vitit-or- s dropped off into slumber and once more to the rair. Everything that an almost perfect system can was rudely aroused in the same manner. devise to deserve the praise and patronage of the He then berated tho vigilant attendant traveling public has been provided. Any of the loudly enough to aronso tho house, If Agents of the companies named below will cheerindeed it needed rousing. All was quiet ' fully give all possible information and assistance: again, and he turned over and slept on ! R. H. Garratt, New Orleans, La. I. Hardy, undisturbed until tho gray light of the Vlcksburu, Mis. J. R. McGregor, Birmingham, 6pring morning peeped in at the win-- j Ala. E. T. Charlton, Chattanooga, Tenn. W. D. He was half awako when the. City, Ky., or D. IG. Edwards, dow. Cozatt, Junction sound of heavy tramping feet made him f Cincinnati, O. llirm-Ingha- m r" The Queen & Crescent Route, widely known at the road running the "Finest Trains in the South, it In the field to carry everybody from the South to the World's Fair at Chicago. No part of the Southern country Is left uncated fur by this great railway and its connections. The Through Car System it an admirable exposition of the wonder- A Philadelphia merchant of the old thno used to bo fond of telling tho following story from his own experience, whoso excellent flavor of genrrino "Irish-ncss- " makes it as good today as CO years ago. ixonad como to iNow iork on unfitness ana was ouitgeu to arrange for returning by tho early stago next morning for railroads wcro not so plentiful then as they nro now. Going to a hotel in I'ino street, ho gave par ticnlar instructions to bo called at 4 o'clock tho stage left tho hotel a half hour later and retired early to got as much hleep as possiblo beforo beginning his journey. Just as ho was about to blow out his caudlo there came c thunderous rap on his door, and in answer to an inquiry as to what was wanted a voico with a rich Irish broguo said, "Aro yeez tho man stago in tho that's goin bo tho air-rl- EruJlUt. Tho following story Li told by a gin marshal who encountered a crowd of disorderly negroes: Marshal What is all this row about? Negro (with pistol, knife, club and war paint) Dat ar nigger tlar said I was a consequence, an no black nigger can call mo a consequence widout do penalty of ramifying an tlat to tho lues suiwrfy- ing tunphibiousness. "Good LawdP said ouo of tho colored sisters sitting near tho sccno of war. "dat am nr eddicatod nigger for show, bless God!" Now York Tribune, Geor-Did- The Dernier Rcasurt. nt "Yes," said tho marchioness of lie aradzir, as sho furtively dried a tear, "my on, Lord Da Massy, has run through his entire fortune; in fact, there is left to him only one loophole of cscapo from absolute ruin, and of that he must at oneo avnil himself." "What Is it?" asked Lord Zavus, to whom she was detailing her woes. "That is to cross tho Atlantic and marry an American heiress." N. Y. fl GVUt SUsCUAAL "' 1' Pros. Ho l'robatily Dlilu't Knovr. I'lonscd Hor. days?" Little Uoj You come to sec sister every Thursday night, don't yoti? Young Man Well r yes. about. "How did you find out about Thurs- ' W. -- y in . 1,, i!!ftffl.V'3 aCv & "Thursdays?" " Yes. How did you know?" "Know what?" "Why, how did you know Thursdav wns tho only night sister had vacant?" Good Nowa. Injustice. It's really rather funny. In congressional debates, That the sou of matrimony Is not mentioned with its mates; For surely ttono Deny It's one Of the United States. A False rdft t&r&iid -v--z m, autjtfi (kOrzLtt 'mt. ttSLrif 7o yf ?-Zstj- J! Judjs. ffi'ypv irz-z- k Wf asz6 - Cliarce. What is the charge? Officer Carrying concealed deadly weapons. rri.soncr 'Tis false, your honor. I have no deadly weapon. It was only a French dueling pistol. N. Y. Weekly. Magistrate 7 CUi ttettZUlwduzC To He Dismissed. Miss Twilling tcrs. Vogue. "Our French cook must go, my dear," aid Mr. Jones. "My digestion is thoroughly American, and it can't understand those French dishes wo aro getMiss Twilling That was a delightful ting every night." Harper's Iiazar. letter I got from you tho other day. HiMiner Than Expected. Calloway Thanks. I was going to Tom Higbce When does your marcall, but I wrote instead. riage with Miss Ooldbug come off? I lovo to got your let ya&&L. te tAZ ?taucic r-)r7- jr u .Atxzt&A?-- Hoffman Howes in. It's off now. Puck. SIIK HAS HKB MOTH KITS COMPLEXION Anticipating; Illni. Moso Schaumburg of Austin is up to all the tricks of tho trade and was in JIMES 12. T. 33. The best and F1EI jTjEii 4 0Jitl AMoy IIUSTONVILLE, KY.. rUrrMa the habit of playing it pretty sharp not onlv on his customers, but also on tho NrJ mil II l t (sbbbbbI H i Urcct piece of CHEWING -:- NORTH WEST, I 9 DISIOM lATIMT OOPYRrOHTS. For tnfdrmatlrm and free Handbook srrtte to MUSN A UU. AU HiuiauwaT, Nstw ToMsV fat 01lrt tmreati takensweurtrur usatrata in AnerlflsV la bronchi befora out r Krerf ttent tke puUso by ft notice citu rrov of chart la the I MJkWMM 1XW CJJOAVtATV TRADE HARst. (J THE SECRET Scientific 11 mcyiwu o Double Dally Trains Tiny Liver Pills TUTT'S IArrest etrenlattmi of anr sMentlflo paper In the world. SpletxIIJtr ll!uCrto.t. No ititellKenl turn t It. Weesfr. fS.MH a man should bo jrrt llJUsts months. AulrM MflNN A CO, l'LhUUKU, 3tl Uroadwtvr. tivm York CUT. MYERS HOI SE I.IirERTr STABLI p. This siaMe, well-ktiw- one-hal- f, a W. CREEN, Prop. W v. n Mch Is run n coii eclln who tht Mjers llunse, has tro supplied wh JOHN IkNAKDI, A'Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, no iuinrr's Suppl r and Is letter than evei tupiJy the public with preptie pinsT-oLAs- a NAWHorfolkiesiernRa mas of ManaKr all, kinds. givn V PrrMinal and pnrrptatlcnluN I'aitiss and llurtals AI. to WeilJiors lit HNS. W. ORKK.V, i'ropnetor ".J-Vi"f- i s. 'SWSsK fiir3rii4sA g, 1 A IUBYt ynti think this la n now tiinslnoM, endlntr oi, t tmhlivt on Application , It bit iliinn lHfiirt, liownvcr, but norer liuvt tliwe furiilihutl Ux'ii m tho ortirlnal Minlotu this oik. i;pryouu will oiclulm. " WVII I thnt'H the KwiH'tt-M- t miy I ever howP Tlila llttln hlnck hi; etiirrnvlnir am irlre you butit faint idcu of thooiiitltaltourlfjInHl. MnyN DOiOU WANT TO ADOIT nt-a- r tvn . m Hoo-l-wil- l 1 1 first-clas- s Din-ms- Jx 'sP?sswiPdR",v,l' lk COME to SEE ME. : lam Mill '' 1 tV 'itTSisliissssssCSj Harper's CHESAPEAKE & OHIO Truth. - RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, New York, And all other Eastern Cities. Shortest Line between Louisville, Eastern Points. Lexington'and IN EFFF.CT NOV. i, iSoa EAST HOUND. Lvo. Lexington ';,upm Atlantic Express No as, daily Midland Accommodation, No 6. ex. Sunii. 40am .6.10pm daily Vestibuled Express, No 24 Mt. Sterling Accom , No. 2S, ex. Sun ......... 5.35pm WESTBOUND. Arr. Lexington: Lexington Accom., No 37, ex Sun Louisville Express No. at, daily Lexington Accom. No. 15, ex Sun Vestibuled Express No; 33, daily 13.40pm 4 15pm 6. 10pm 75$an bus tranfers Through Sleepers from I.exii.gton without cnange. C. B. RYAN, H. W. FULLFR, Gen. Pass. Agt. Ass't Gen. Pais. Agt.. Cincinnati. Washington, D. C. Solid Vestibuled Trains w ith Dining Cars. N taunts V"S&A Vnatisi '"''. Jl II v. Drop s MMOSitlSlABOOTSfOtD "viH,pomf siua-Osisscoss- Litiraiiiitii)iii l&Jj&k iVTVm LINE, ftta. V"HIM yvjwaaw fyUIBfOSrUTlOft RtQAJ!Din i iM IB (;.lf STW SsFjtr, GSSjjtnifiNtJTrisnirtoRtywiri TrttliOKmWBT 1MIIUM Umumtom LttfMtMi GkCP0MD CniCAOO.lLL SS3L OenrfosTiaABT. lAa.VTm.'VH W I rPN Ull NU VJ CillCAOO Gratifying. Mrs. Quicklippe (furioso) I have- no "That'd right." words to express my indignation at your "Yes'in. I play right along until I conduct. lose 'em. Pleano givo mo 5 cents to buy Mr. Quicklippe (with a sigh of relief) bomo more." Good News. Well, there's ono gratifying feature of tho situation. New Orleans Next Ilest. Hotel Clerk (to new bell boy) Did you wako up No. A 1? A Good Idea. Bell Boy No, sah. Cuddent wako "I think whistling should bo taught to him up, sah; but I did tho best I cud, sah. boys in school," said Harkaway. "What was that?" "Why?" queried Barnum. "I waked up No. 45, sah." Hair's "Because if it was you couldn't get Bazar. 'cm to practico it outsido." said Harkaway. Harper's Bazar. Recognition. Van Dyke As tho boat left tho dock I "waved my handkerchief, and then a Cure Needed. "Never get into trouble with a bar- curious tliin, hapjened. Foruey What was it? ber." Van Dyke Tho ocean waved back. "Why notr "He is liable to get you into an awful Truth. Bcrapo." National Barber. Marked. Husband Well, ray dear, there's one Out of It. advantage in being tioor. Wife I havo just been to the dentist's Wife I'd liko to know what it is. and had a tooth drawn. Husband Wo don't havo 'to pay $10, sigh) Lucky 000 a year Husband (heaving a for house rent. Detroit Free tooth! It is now beyond tho reach of Presd. tongue, Sobremesa. your HI Favorite. Wisy Up. Twynn Bunting is very superstitious Biggs That's rather a proUy girl. Is about numbers. Triplott Which is his favorite? she well informed? Boggs Well informed? SI, works on Twynn He's always looking out for tho private houso circuit in telephone number one. Brooklyn Life. exchange. Troy Times. Drowned. Time to Count the Co "I wonder why thero aro three sopraGladys Isn't it odd that Jbhe honey' nos in tho choir now?" "Tho bass singer's now spring suit waa moon should last but a mon Rich Not so very odd. Pills ar seut so loud that ono couldn't bo heard." Chicago Inter Ocean. out on tho 1st, you know. "Slogue, Times-Democra- Expensive Honesty. Mother Horrors! Do you play marbles for keeps? Littlo Son I nover keep 'em, mamma. A I.ecul Opinion. mako mo a good wife. Lawyer No, sir, she would not. Flvo dollars, pleano. Boston Bulletin. A Iturculu, of Course. Young Man I wish youroplnion, sir, as to whether your daughter would Grocery Of J W Uamsrv last as poMible uml Business IS " ln reasinc thestockas sum Have it Complete in Every Particular. storu on Lancaster utrixt and inAc it to jour intcient to trade with me Cull at 111)' t. Mr. Hobson Isn't ten dollars a do7eu a trillo high for plain handkerchiefs? Mrs. Hobson (with conviction) High? Why, I bought them at a, bargain counter! Chicago llecord. Complete Outnt. I will i W.C. HUTCHINCS. t "Coin' on a flshln' excursion?" "Yes." "What's your outfit?" "Six liars and ten jugs." Atlanta Constitution. A TABLERSnil C buckeyeNLE OINTMENT Frequent Visitor. Aunt Karl, you never come to Beo mo except when 3'ou want monoy. Karl But, my denr auntie, could 1 como oftcner than I do? Fllegende Blaetter. He Could Read It. Clerk I can't read this letter. Tho handwriting is very bad. Mr. Flarcup Pshaw, any donkey can read it-- Give it here. Texas Siftings. Hlncero Itejrreti. Maude Why did you send your regrets to Mrs. Pompano's reception? Ellen Her receptions are such frightful bores. Chicago Record. CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for ISyoars as the REST REMEDY FOR PILES. rnssrss-BlCHilBSOI lIDtrill CO., ht. uirin. orriiijCiiTSTi. ISTUQClUTI. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM Out of l'ractlre. Forrester What is love, anyway? Lancaster Don't ask me, Forrester. You know it has been a long time since? I was married. Life. Fine. which wn propoMo to eend to ron. tranIor-- , tutiou mld Tho IltOu darllna IHU UK'UIIISl a Pillow, una I In tho act of drawinirolT iu pink sock, tho inato of which has boon pulled off and tlimtr aaldo with a triumphant 000. 1 iiu follow iiiiuara porioct, una tno you,miimatter nem you aiana. 'llioeiqtil- no altureprrxluctlonsof this irrcatiwt palntuiK of Ida WaiiRh (tho mixt cf.'i:iraici 01 rrxxiern palatiTMOf baby llfn) aro to te pUxn to tboea wno xinwcriLKJ to uemorrat'ii Kuuiily Mass-tln- o for Its'jH. Tho reproduction cnunnt bo told from tha oriKlnnl. which coet ttM, and ro tho wuno glzo t!7xi! inches). The liabjr la life kIji, mid nlwoiutely lifulliio. Wo buo alto In preixit-Htloto prwont to our ilurlnir 1KH, other prent nlcturt by juchartlsUiw Percy Jloran.Mmid Iluinpbroy, LotiU DowhamiM, mid otheruof worid-wkl- o renown. TaUo only two cxnniplcn of whut wedlddiirlnir thn niut yrnr, A Yard of and "A Wblto Ilotiso Orchid" by tho wlfoof rrosldent Hintsoa, and ycu will sea what our romlVHi tnron. Majrozino for 1KU will powspkh a nailery of ex- (llllnlto works of art of vnitit. cesroea a Moirazlne that cannot &T eoiinled lisr snv fn tbp world for Its bountiful illustrations and subject mutlor, that will keep everyone pouted on all tho topics of the day, ond all the fuds and difforent items of Interest about the household, braldes furnlshlnsr lnturestlna; midlnir matter, both OTavo and Ky, forth wholo family; and whilo Demnrcirt'a ia not fuAliionMuiriulue, IU foahlnn patres art) perfect, and wo irivo you. free of cam, all tfce patterns you wish to use during the yer, an4 In nnvalzo you choose. Send In your subscription at ouoe, only tt, and you will really fret over JT In vulue. Addreja the jMibllsher, ) . Jennings Dcmorest. It East Mth St- - New Vnrlc If ynu are unacquainted wetk Ue Uauzino, scud 10 cents for a spocimeo copy. ra l'nn-iles," 1'at A UAIur." .t VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. ?0?3Coc3asxsGZs: uullt. liiti't.nt 'jJuiiira d spuruii.u uiid Vi.iul ii.stiiimtnul yspieiB., u.imiU4iui iiiinuiiiiijiciuv.i.it ninn. y uer. inciuuiiitf iimr uriiu sue Kirtraits. vlsi FOR 20 YEARS 'J i A fl"t wml.i iff luruly uiti.lo fi.r forty ui... tun !(., fi VUJt'JV ceiil.. w poprlirot iiiiiIuiiI Urn IUU bs-s- 1B& i -j i Rock Pile He's a fine talker. Who? Rock Pile The judge. Detroit Press. ' Ballen Chain SOLD EVERYWHEItE. Ftm nrptrrf ky BICHaHDSOS CD1CISR CO., ST. L0CT3. 'VI i.i.iu ic'ra'l Hn ri"eiicit.i,iiiHS iinisiidHricr; 1'adHri'wsklj k. t. .i 1. 1.Iho,iijnn I'm ti, unit Air. Art. INlllillnr ImiiiitT. (lm uil nnlwrs to .SKiV VuR' MOSIfAIi if m ii.bujvai ii.eairu lluiuiuu, .N. v. CM iC8iXfC3aiStt'aaacassaiii l. uuu, - ifr iir,'aip'tMr5,i'3.s-''- r 4y""" f if'ffffPf'i o'emi-Week- ly InteriorJournal - A NATIONAL COSTUME BE A BOON TO ICAN WOMAN. hii Stanjokd, Ky., . is o, Junk 2, 1S93 T VOULD Die) THE AMER- wai,ton. bus, Manager Trui clliifj Cluuli Olijett of Intrrrat Trm-liTt Mr, T. E 0. Brinly Has the following tomy about the Klcctrcpotie s nil how It cure ol La eSnppp. Olfico llntily, Htlei & Hardy Co., Louisville, Jan. 30, 1893. Ociiti: Whilo attending the Memphis Fair sonit months ago, 1 was attacked with cvcre palm in my arim and Itgs, the rfTccia of grippe o( last winter. I luet your agent there, Mr. Kartell, wholian old frltnd.aud he inslslrd that I ue the Electropoisoathlt ollkc, which I did with wonderful result. In a short tuna the pains lei I me and I concluded to mil a M'oi. When my rental time hail eapirrd I bought It, and wnuld not part with It lor any Council ration. It U certainly a wonderful treatment, ai.d It l mure wonderful at to how It dnca Ita work, yet It doe it. I think il la the duty of every matt to make known to the afflicted any thing that will be ol any hftiefit to them, and the Ele ctrnpoise certainly will. Very ltestectfullv, T :. C. IIRINLY. .Mr. Ilrinley done of the oldest and best known plow manufacturer In the country The diienet cured hy tha KWclroix'lvj a a net confintd to any particular claw of ailment I'y Ita utcotygen I ahtotbnl through the pore aiid membrane, adds strength and vigor to the entire line there a) atara, ami will euro any disease vitality to build 00 and a cure la poiillde We in vile all to call or writs and get lull particular DUIIOIS .V YYKIili, Room io. No. ton Northwest corner Kuuith and JclTerton Street Louisville, Ky after-iflcci1 ut I'rrsrnt Aililrei to ly Hrn anil I.iind IIoit to Vlalt tlin Wurlit'ii I'ulr In Comfort. ;CopyrIclit. UW. I J -- XtntT.'cun l'ris AffiK-lit-tliin- . J ft V7 fHk I I k 'it would bo all of us if J 11 OW much nicer for wo V5i ygi imtiotml had rostumo lilto tlio wonioii in fcomo lllk, Nature nhonld ! assisted to throw offlmpurltlpsoftho CURES blood. Nothing docs HUMUL POISON it so well, pronptljr. or nafclf as Specific. NO CHARMS. 80 no Swift's LIFE HAD countries! There would bo no rivalry, no straining to keep tip with tho procession of other vuuieu, no etutly-it- . of fashion plutf.s nor tears over tho impossi o conlu be ble. K) much freer mid havo no much wore timo to dovotu to tho thiiiK'' wo liked best, hut ns it isu't fo thcro in no tlio fretting nbotit it. Ptill my itnnginatiou will picturo a theater full of women, all with full ntuff jKjtticoats and fancy velvet waistB, with snowy whito tnckcra nml sleeves and htiff whito cnjia and perhaps wooden fchoea, and with barbaric Mlvcr and old buckles anil ornaments. Of courflo wu would all bo in tho mine general fashion, hut wouldn't tome mini-ngto get n moro ntylish tilt to their capiior lit to their garments, and wouldn't thcro lo tu Homo uiaiiULT or other chnneo for invidious comparison? Perhaps it la not eo very much won-now than it would Ihi if thing were rhtuiKfd, and on tho whole, when it to me, art it due just now, that tho fihion writer's occ'ipution would he gone, gw" wo will let fathkm run riot if hho wants to and do about as nhe o 11 e 1 night it ia bolter to wear u night wrap of colored outing flannel, mado as nearly na iiofisiblo liko a day dress. If any midden accident occurs, ntt ia always ono ia not in such n comploto deshabille. This flhould bo worn on trains as well, and in addition to this wrapper there bhould bo a fascinator or nr to put around tho head on cara, as thero ia nlways a draft of air, however closely tho curtains nro drawn. In traveling tho wiso woman takes a nmall bag, with comb, brush, toothbrush, etc., ncissors, thimble, needles and pinsandns many handkerchiefs ns possipot ble, besides a bottle of cologne, of cold cream and little rice powder. Cold cream nibbed over tho fnco and wijied off with a soft cloth and a little rico powder then dusted on will kec tho most delicate skin from injury froir. dust, cinders or tho alkali deserts. Keeping gloves on nil tho time raves tho hands. A surgeon's bandago always goes into my liMidbag audiiEinnll smelling bottle, for accidents aro always possiblo, and 0 ready bandago muy savo a life. When I Htart on a trip, I have learned to provide food enough to last at least hours in caj-- anything occurred to delaj a train. It ia usually of a highly con ccntrated kind, and as I havo traveled about G0.000 miles I think it iu not siiy iug too much to assert that no ono cac travel nix hours without suffering if ont cannot obtain nourishment. If youi train is delayed, you aro enabled to wail without injury to yourself, and you can generally find boiiio ono thankful tc accept your hospitality. A littlo dry tea chowod will refresh ono greatly when none can bo mado hot. For a woman n thick veil is a necessit j and a fan luxury, whilo rgood Miu umbrella ia constantly needed. If tho jockets to tho nowmarketa and ono in tho drcr-- aro all mado long enough, ono needs no small bag. Tho "dre hat" should bo one that will stand con hard usage, if 0110 is considered necohsury at all. Tho lcs luggago and bundles you havo tho freer and better HrMturrrr. Rousskau. you will feel. New York. pos-hibl- MV HOUSE I notice IN THE AIFI. e, some-thing.B- in. the houso that I build In tho air, With the architect Taney to plan It, With clapboards of clouds and with shingles of mist, And with paint of 11crl.1l amethyst, Stands mora firmly tho shock of timo' rudo wear nnd tenr, And Is not riollku to cot out of repair As my houso with foundation of granite. And though scoffers may jeer at my houo In tho nlr With gibes thnt aro Rllb and sarcastic, Those fellows of dollars and cents, Whoso wholo life con.il.stH In collection of rents, Hnvo never yet been In my parlom up there, And sat In my easy and chair In tho waving cloud turrets fantasUa hard-headedream-haunte- ventured to send you another, which I hope may provo as Interesting. You will, perhaps, bo surprised when I tell you that you rend the first four chapters of that book without stopping; that you then marked tho placo with a bookmarker with n hnrp on It: that you cried nt tho lentil chapter, nnd kissed tholiook when you closed It. Youn Sriurr Fiiienu" 7 THE ADVOCATE Ce me to you every other day In the yer tor only $2 The cheapest and beu paptr in Kentucky 5c gets it three month. Addres Tim Advocat, Danville, Ky. 11 11 No mortgage, ye thrifty collectors of rents, Can you clap on my mansion: Nor real cstato broker can enter Its walls. For tho drawbridge comes up, and tho port- cuius frilW: Hence, yo vulgar profane, with your prldo and cloud-bosome- No welcome for you; so arise and go henco From this homo of the soul's cxpanslonl Then stay with your ledgers, and cipher and plan, And jeer at tho house of my vision: T, snugly ensconced In Its vapory walls, Or, walking entranced In Its shadowy halls, On laugh In my turn at your ciphering clan, Thai him mado such a tragic distortion of man, And hold your wholo tribe In derision. S. W. Fos, in Yankee Ulado. pretence. 2-- 11 T forty I found myself nu old s bachelor. when I say I likes. For three years I was troubled with mala-rh- l potion, which caused my appetite to fall, nrul I was greatly reduced In flesh, and life lost all its charms. I tried metcutial and potash remedies, but to no effect. I could get no relief. I then decided to try A few bottles of this wonderful medicine made- a complete and permanent cute, and I now enjoy better health than e er. J. A. Rick, Ottawa, Kan. EBES - EElJ mulled Our book ou Blood and Skin Diseases free Swtrr Srixino Co., Atluutu, Go. fCli :r r'A 1 Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, There arc ttirre of the best Harder In the Slate 'there arc aim e(iellfit lUth Kinm .run In eon- ink.Miin htam l.auudiv nvctmn. nchl Inr I , rr tl rn -- jV - rJ4 -- "a 1 AT (mertion is to get a rort tf travuling cloak oiim for neti travel, for the mountains, for tho railroad, but most particularly n wrap is reunited for tho Chicago fair. For this purjiosooiif) is required that will 1k light to wear, not too warm, hut y-- one thatcnu lo mado triilo warmer for tho cold, raw winds that htnke Chicago occasionally even in the t of summer. And another qualification is inadomv-cturby tho desirability of having k wrap tlmt will cover tho dress, as few caro to btirdeu themst'lves with many gowns in Chicago, or indeed on a trip to l'nrojKi. Tor thew purjMises one finds in tho "iHt houses orcauhavo mado to oritur uowiuurltets in any material suitable, fi 0111 v&tirpr0' 6J' to btotit twreil. For theso newmarkets tho favorite is twtssl. with cheviot neit. There aro many varieties and j.ittenirt and colors, but tho most of themaroof a tint. Tho het and most htylislt anil useful ono that 1 hevo been wai mndoof clouded wool with black rep nml with it poticho enjw to it, whtch cult bo left aside when it is w arm. Tho bnpe is dimply a plain prin- l 11 ln-a- Just nt thft present moment the princi-pn- l y fal-ri- c sul-dtii- POSTED. I hii notice fsrewarnt hunlrr. fnhrriuee anrt. other net t trespass on our lands without permission, at all rt.h will It prosecuted In the full cl eaten! ul the law. Signed' I T I). M'.WI.ANI) W. 11. IIAV.S CO LYON M. I.ACKOWir. II t R ntKIMIAfMANX. I.. W II I'll'.. MRS. M A. MARTIN vK r J L IIKCK. SIHN &:l -- ft m& GOOD PAY ! X FOR GOOD WORK ! ri-p- s M t 1 U rr JW)' HFIAnY FOR TRAVEL For Ladies or Gentlemen ! $5 to $500 Casli! According to result) accomplished; in addition to n liberal connuifction of tweuty jicr cent. AI) GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS. Impossibilities or rnccrlain ties. Every thing Fair, Honor nbic, Plain and Positive. No See programme in ilio WeeKly Enquirer of our Fourth Auniinl Contest among Agents for largo! dubs. C2r An Agency for the Weekly ICnquiklt. is a profitable busiuee. It is the best ecliool in the world to prepare one for n bufcincN contact with the to business public, a etcppiiig-ftonqualification and future prosperity. o Wo want good Agents to solicit for Tlio inducements ar subscriptions. extra good. EMO.UIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. bat k and looo front, anil it is the cahiest thing in th world to make. It in facetl in front and buttons invisibly. If to 1h worn on the ocean, a cardogan jacket can bo worn undtir it. Iu preparing for foreign travel most persons got a very heavy wrap. One jvting friend of mine who is new abroad wrote mo a special letter regarding tho heavy newmarket sho took, and which has proved a backaching burden to her ever hinco she reached tho shore. Tho traveler naturally wants to k-- all M10 can, but the weight of tho coat makes her tired iu a hhort timo, and then all the rest of tho hours in that day become a drag mid u weariuesB. Another pretty and useful model for a bteamer or World's fair trip is of mixture with half tight front and princess back buttoned half way down in front, and, liko tho other, having two deep, roomy pockets. This ono lias a circular lined ciijhj of tho Ntuie material, with a full collar over tho top. This cairn can bo worn separately, liko tho littlo ono on tho other coat, or tho coat can bo worn without tho cape, but trawlers learn to appreciate tho deep jiockuts so that they prefer to leavo off tho capo and keep tho coat. For ocean travel a boft felt hat or a cap can bo worn, or a pretty knit hood or "fascinator" whero it is moro becoming. Mountain climbing can bo dono in big hats, littlo bats or bunltounets, jiut as tho wearer ia indifferent to tan. Ilut for visitors to tho fair protty hats can and should bo worn, and neat gloves. This will, with a nicely mado newmarket, bo all that will bo roquired of bolf renpectinjr women. As ur. old traveler it might not bo amiss for mo to give a few bints that I havo found very useful. When going across the ocean, tako tho smulle.--t quantity of clothes possiblo and never burden yourself with moro than three suits tif umlergftrments ono to wear, 0110 to 'jjid to tho laundry and ono clean. At 1 timo in the history of any American state except Wyoming, women aro to bf admitted an deb gates to a constitutional convention This victory for tho right! of women is owed largely to tho able generalship of Lilbo Dovereux Blake Sho and her Sho is to bo congratulated. soldiers will seo to it that women art elected as delegates, at least a small number of them. If enough representa tlves of liberal sentiment can bo sent tc tho convention, then it f certain that a clauo will bo inserted in tho now constitution making sex no bar to tho full The rights of American citizenship. women of other states in which constitutional conventions nro contemplat"!1 should tako a hint from this history. II New York can afford to let women Ik delegates to its constitutional conven tion, then other states certainly can. Tho ladies of New Orleans have become ashamed of the unpleasant notoriety their city has gained as tho headquarters of prizefighting in tho world and havo organized a movement for the suppression of these exhibitions of ferocity. Success to them. My opinion may not ba altogether unprejudiced, but it is that Mrs. Palmer mado n letter speech at tho opening ol tho World's fair than President Cleveland did. Road tho two following sentences from their resjiectivo addresses, Said tho president, "It is an exalted mission in which wo and our guests from other lauds aro engaged as we iu tho inauguration of an enterprise devoted to human onlighterment, and in the undertaking wo hero enter upon wo exemplify iu tho noblest sense tho brotherhood of nations." Said Mrs. Palmer, "Wo now dedicate the Woman's building to an elovated womanhood, knowing that by so doing wo shall best servo tho cauxoof humanity." As heavy a blow as any the temperance cause has received is tho personal quarrel iu which somo of its prominent wpmen advocates are indulging. Mrs. Cornelia O. Aspinwall has for a divorce from her husband because ho did not support her iu tin stylo sho wished. That was no protei cause for divorce. If Mr. Aspinwall did not support Cornelia ns handsomely tu sho debirod, why did not Cornelia go to work and eani money and bupj)ort herself in that style? Let it bo recorded and not forgotten tlmt tho first martyr in tho cause of suffrage for the common people in Belgium was a woman. Let it bo recorded, too, that sho dietl fighting to gain suffrage for men not for women. Undoubtedly tho great uprising of tho people nml strike of tho workmen gained manhood suffrage. Women joined tho rioters iu tho streets, and with Hashing eyo and ringing voic urged on tho men to loan their work and bi,sitgo tho houso of parliamentto tight, if wed bo till the right to vote, was gained. Tho mob of strikers nt Jolimeut fought desperately with clubs, stones and guns. The charged into their midst, striking nnd slashing right and left. One of tho eword strokes cut down a woman who was urging tho strikers on. When the crowd was forced back, her dead body wa found lying in tho street whero sho fell. Tho workingmen of Belgium should raise auoblo monument to her, this woman who gave her life to establish suffrage for them. Eliza Auciiamj Co.nxer. geu-darm- bachelor at forty the ladies will Immediately put away this paper In disgust. Hut as I desire the ladies to read It particularly I hasten to state that I am married now. Also, thnt thu WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. reason I was not married at forty was not my want of admiration for the Women 3!!ij- Ho rclii;iitra to New Vork'i ladles, but the fact that I admired (,'iiiittltutlouul Con tent Ion. them too well. I respected them so The conservative old stato of New much that I was afraid to address them. makes a break in the York Oncoor twice I was in love; but what direction of modern progress on the was the use? had not the courage to woman question. These breaks aro rare declare it. At forty I was a bacbelor, but when ono does come it counts. 01 and as I was tired of boarding houses such a kind is tho law pas-e- tl at tho last and disgusted with hotels I hlrctl a flat session of the statu legislature providing nnd went to housekeeping with n single that women may bo delegates to tin servant a black boy. stato coubt'.tutiunal convention iu It was rather lonely work, and someThere will Ikj 17r delegates, 5 from eacl times I was obliged to pretend that I senatorial district and IS at large. But was a married man and that my wife tho clatiBo of tho act in whic.i womep had gone on a visit to her mother to aro interested especially is tho following keep myself from getting the blues. Tho elector- may elect as tlelegato nnj My imaginary wife was always a malo or femalo citizen above tho ago of plump little woman, with black eyes ill years that is to say, for tho ficM and nice little hands with dimples In eidt-rabl- know that was an old I - 1 li-9- Through my peeping placo I taw the little woman take in tho book; saw her JAMES YEAGER. THOMAS YEAOER. read the inscription with amazement, put her hand to her head and ponder, YEAGER YEAGER, and then draw one of the white curtains and look out A young man was shaving himself at a window opposite. LIVERY, AND .TJUL5, I saw that she nt once pitched upon him as the sender of the book. STANFOHD, IY. The next day she put blue shades up. Once, watching her from above, as our newtblein the Opera Houtc ' Block and though I were tin nngeliobeing without T.W5"e are well supplied with I saw her come In from a walk wings, NEWRIGS AND.HORSES with autumn leaves in her hand. Afterward sho ironed them and made a littlo wreath of them, which she bung Have been purchased and nothing but urnouts will leave the stable. up over a littlo looking glass. The next day I bought nnd left at tho door Give some hothouse roses. "Since you caro for autumn leaves you will caro for these," I wrote on a ALFORD & M'AFEE, card, and signed it "Your Spirit Friend," as usual. Livery, Feed & Sale This time she laughed softly nnd put McKINNEY, KY. them in water, nnd sat and looked at SXr - 12?, . v . vr;'.JrlSi formed &m.--v We have a partnership and have supthem a long while. Then she peeped plied our stable with rv ggg gg out of her window again. The young man was not at the opposite casement. Now.Horses, Buggies, Wagons, Then she shook her head, nntl after a attention to the traveling public. time she took a damask rose from tho Nothing but rigs allowed to leave our bunch and put it in her hair. The next stable. time I sent the flowers I wrote on the card: "You wore a damask rose from the last bunch I sent you. Will you put a ROWLAND, KY. yellow tea rose in your hair this timo?" How I watched! I saw her look, DEALER IN GROCERIES, HARDWARE, half pleased, half frightened. At first Has moved into his new store at the junction of she only put the roses in a vase, but at the Stanford & Oral. Orchard and pike Rowland last she did tako one, and It was a tea at please thennd Is now Wtter than ever prepared to trade in both rose, nnd pinned it in her black braids. I kissed my hand to her from my ele- STOCK OIT GOODS, JPRICKS, vated situation, but she did not know it. Etc. He has recently added greatly to his stock So for at least six months I watched, and having no rent to pay and no loss by bad debts and sent her flowers and fruit and he can sell you goods cheaper than any body. Call and get his prices befrre buying books nnd little gifts of all sorts. But as for asking our mutual landlord for ..TAKE THE., an Introduction, I never thought of that it never occurred to me. I should not have dared to speak to her if I had u a e l K? 1 been introduced. a rcai. ':ii 1 n The autumn nnd the winter passed, and it was often so cold that I was obllgctl to scrape away the frost from my peeping place to see her; but I did THE POPULAR AND DIRECT it, and let me assure you that I did it LINE TO most respectfully, and with the most gentlemanly feelings. I played the spy, but it was with the deepest veneration And Spring came. Little green buds were P0A.yTs on the trees, and she opened the window d to let in the air and wore pretty, it M m first-cla- is them a Call. Stable, - first-cla- ss J". IK. HILT02ST "Cut-off- " 57-'- jr rypHMhi' 1 CJBCICAG, light-colore- them. I could sometimes believe that she would really come in and sit down at the table and pour out the tea, I had formed such a perfect picture of her. I had taken tfto upper floor of a small wns poor, for I house. not because was not, but because I was desirous of retirement and did not want anyone clumping upstairs pat me and below some one else kept house. This person used that conservatory for a kitchen, I must explain. Some former tenunt had converted the back porch into a conservatory and had had It all filled In with glass, of course. Whoever lived on the lloor below at that time bad again mado an alteration. Where was once a conservatory stovo now stood a little cooking stove and over the side panes of glass hung white curtains; but the glass roof was uncovered. On morning, impelled by the curiosity which is born of loneliness. I leaned over my window ledge and peeped down. I saw below a little kitchen, with a little table and a little stove. At the littlo table sat 1113 wife! What I mean Is thnt Imaginary being whose footfall I was always bearing on my floor, who in day elreams sat at my tablo and poured out tea whose actual absence I consoled myself for by supposing that bho had gone to take tea with her mother sat there in proper as person, round, dimpled, black-eyemy fancy painted her. She was eating her breakfast all alone, and she looked as though she did not like It. I was sure sure from the very first that she was not mar- 1 d, dow was open she drew her table farther away from it nnd nearer the the wall. This was more convenient to me. One evening she sat down at her table to write a letter and I got my glass and found that I could see the words upon the paper. My hope was that she would allude to her unknown friend. It was gratified. She did. After some talks of persons nnd things I knew nothing of, she wrote thus: "Xow. clearest Lizzie, 1 will tell you of the strangest thing that has happened to me. I have no frleiuU In tho city, nor have I s"n ny one watching me, but front some mysterious booVs, pipers, magazines, flowers and ,ou'c-frtiit uro sent to me. I have bad. tickets to mvitlnce. At flrst I was afraid to go to them: but I tried It and no one spoke to or looked at me. Everything this unknown does Is done delicately I really hao begun to get Interested In htm. "Who can he be?' I oftvnsay to Ir he myself. 'Why does he hide himself? Hues ue, why does he not obuln an introduc- garments. Now that the win- tot WORLD'S FAIR Vlsitom, remember the Monon is the line, with Vestlhnled Trains. Dining Cars, Palace Chair Cars, Pullman liufTet Sleepers at lowest rates. For Information addreis JAS. MARKER, O P.. A ,,'CMcago. V G CRUSH.jD. P.tA.. Louisville a The must Celebrated liye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Chronic Disease Specialist in the State. aa9aaaaVaPHP i B. aUHnUP l t "Perhaps he is deformed or dlnflgured In some wny. but If he were I Bhould certainly feel that so fine a soul deserved a bettor body HI taste Is perfect When he marks passages In a book 1 know I shall like thorn. In fact, to confess to you a truth hlch I would admit to no other living bclr.it, I am half way In love with him. HowfoollKhof him to Veep his Incognito when In so many ways he makes It manifest that he loves me." I rend those words with joy nnd re- tion' MlMwyBVBVS v treated to my room to think them over. Having done so, T-- iljl I. "Dr.Aii Madam I am neither deformed nor disfigured In any way. Your flattering opinion of me Is so delightful that, though modesty prompts me to contradict you, I cannot bring myself to do It. Indeed I want you to think even better of me than you do, for whUe I am wholly In love with you, you are only half way I Inclose my photograph. At tho same timo I make ynu an offer of marriage, and will prove to you my respectable position in society und my ability to support n wife. And how I have learned no much concerning you I will explain , station , if you will end me line to box 40. Tho line that 1 deslro Is an answer to my offer. Will you hao me if, on meeting, you are not disappointed in me?" Thanks to my glass roof I was able rived at. I selzeil a sheet of paper and wrote tpon it these words: m' resolution was ar- !aaaH? TBaaaBr .3aBr Taaalalalalar alaflkit aaaBy sH J. S. APPLEMAN M. D., THE CELEHRATED English Specialist, Formerly Piolessorof Practice of Medicine, Electrical Medical College, TORONTO, CANADA, Now Hxamining rhvsiciau of the "yes" or words to that effect; and I called upon her next day, and now I no longer dream that she is my wife. Sho pours out 1113 coffee and makes my home u paradise. When I told her all I have she said: "You ought to have told Sho was been ashamed of yourself." in duty bound to say it, but, between you and me und tlio rose, sho did not mean It. London Tid-Hits. to see that dear little woman write Southern Medical Institute, LOUISVILLE, KY. Will be at Myers House, Stanford Tuesday, June 20, one day only. Returning every lour weeks during the year. Dr. Applenuiiis a graduate cf liellevuc Hospital MedUul College, New Veil. City, and the Eiec- rical M edical College, Toronto, Canada. He has nade a special study ul the dueasts he treated id the great Hellevvie and Charity Hoiint.il tor several years and recugnite noeu .trior in diagnccinv and treating Chrome Diseaes. He devotes all his time to the treatment of chronic and nervous diseases of both sexes and hit skill as an expert in Treats sucthis class of cases u w ell established cessfully, and An Kxprrsiilvr Kpri'loii. "I heard an expression the other day in New. York," said the drummer to tho hotel clerk, "that whilo it may be old S1IK TOOK A IIOSK. ried, nnd from my unseen post I watched her every movement until my black servant, with the remark: "Mussa, dem tlero griddle cakes is all gettin' spiled," aroused me from my reverie. However, that was not the last timo I saw her. She sat a great deal in that conservatory, the most blooming rose it ever nourished within its glass walls. She sewed there and read books there, as well as ate there. I saw her concoct dainty puddings for one, and pies which lasted her four days, and I was as sure Providence intendeel her for me as though I had usked an oraclo and boon toltl so. With an opera glass I could read tho very pages of tho book she read, and all the while she had no idea that my eyo was on her. At last I took a step a boltl ono for me. I bought a book tho last new one of an authoress sho had seemed interested in and left it at her door with this on tho "Dear Madam; You ucro so much In that book of Mrs. Edwards' that I fly-lea- struck me its rather appropriate." "What was it'.'" asked the clerk. "The morning of the naval parade," went on tho drummer, "wns damp and cold and about as elisugrccable as one could wish the wedding day of his worst enemy to be, and as I stood 011 the ferry, crossing from Jersey City, a great big fellow from the west came out of the cabin onto the deck where I stood. 1 glaucetl at him and with a shiver ho said: 'Ugh, it's liko the breath of a stepmother, ain't it?' "Have you ever heard that before?" concluded tho drummer, and the clerk baitl ho ladn't Detroit Free Press. Leveling Down. A country sqtdre, when passing through his stables, found his coachman's littlo boy busy playing with his mates. "Do you know who I am, my littlo friend?" ho askrd tho child, who appeared to tako no notice of him. "Ohl yes; yon are the geu'lem what rides In pa's carriage." Lo Petit to somo people was new to mo and Permanently Cures Acute mid Chrcnic Catarrh, Ringing in Ears Deatntss, Diseaes of Kje, Ear, Nose, Tkroat Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and Madder troubles, llnght's Disease, Diabetes, Dyspepsia, Consti- Rheumatism aud Paralysis, KpUepyor 'its positively cured. Young or middle aged Den suffering from Itupotency, Kruptions, the results of errors or excesses, should calf before It is too latu. We guraulea a euro if case has not gone too far. Superfluous hair and all eruptions of the face permanently removed. Blood nnd Skin Diseases. As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet etc., cored by never falling remedies. Diseases of women, such as Leucorrhea painful Menstruation. Displacemeat ot Womb, bearing down pains in back, relieved in short time. The Doctor carries all his portable instruments and come prepared to examine the most obscure medical and surgical cases, He undertakes no incurable diseases but cures hundreds given up iodic. CONSULTATION FREE , And Confidential. Address J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D , Louisville, Ky, f: Inter-Mte- d Francals Illustrc 5 Semi-Week- ly It- - North ... ..703 am of 070 feet. Lical Freight North South- -. ....34cpm U. S. Marshall Hughes, The latter tratni alto carry panengert. MisseBTack huh ..sarnie Wcsterfieltl, of Parksville, are now on a visit to V. Published Evory Tuesday and Friday H. Wilkinson's. AT License was issued on the 'J7th to S3 JPKU YKAH IX ADVANCE Mr. E. B. Wethinxton to marry Mies When not to paid $2.60 will be charged. Also on the same Mollio Wethington. day Mr. Alhert Edwards was married to Miss Saphronia King by Rev. John K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Brown. Two full wagon loads of young Train litres Rowland at 7:00 a. m,, returning sters of both sexes wont to where the at j:op. rn. Southern Oil and Gas Company is sinkL. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ing an oil well, near Chelf's, fire miles 7 Pm Mail train going North ..! 3P" from this place, on Tuesday. They re.. " South . 11 3 P Express train'" South port that tho well has reached a depth -- Interior Journal LIBERTY. .. - 33" World's Fair Excursions. s The 0., H. k D. will allow at Cincinnati on all tickets reading that way. On all regular World's Fair tick ets from the South or Southern Ohio aud readiug via Cincinnati and the C, H. &D. to Chicago, a stop over will be allowed within the lifo of tho ticket, and e can secure the stop-ovby depositing the tickets with tho Merchants and Manufacturers' Association at Cincinnati. For rates, folders and and full information regarding tho world's trip, including special inducements offered by the citizens of Cincinnati for stop over in the Queen City, nny C, H. & D. agent, or E.O. G. P. and, T. A. World's Fair Route. 200 W. 4th street, Cincinnati, 0. stop-overer , M. F. NORTH. from Lincoln county; subject to nomination by the de mocracy. Is a candidate for trember of the Legislature Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. HARVEY HELM Is a Candidate to represent next Legislature, subject to the action mocracy. ily Spring Session Tuesday, January 24th, 1893. MEN'S AND IJOY'S priv-leg- Pull corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers, Superior courses in Literature, Music and he de- - Art. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. :ft THE P. 0. MILLINERY. Call at the post-offic- ad-dre- k, e room and see the Largest and Best Selected Stock The MRS. Of Milliner' in town, bound to please you. 10 CLOTHING! New Stock New Styles. H. J. McROBERTS. .JUST IN. X- - v' f on account of his extensive dimensions, arrested Melburn Roberts a few days ..NEWLINEOK., QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. since and took him to Louisville. RobMiTrain past Junction City at follows: erts has been for years a chronic irritaSouth bound.- - No. 1., Vettlbute Limited, 11.50 llinery A Million Frlendd. temperance peon. m N'n. t . Chlcaco Limited. a.sC a. m. No. ., tion to the A friend In need Is a friend indeed, and not less Just received and ready for Inspection. New Orleans Kxpress, is 17 a. m. ; No. 7., Local, ple of this county on account of being Cat! and one million have found just such a fnend in p. than ace it. u.lap. m.; No. 9., Itlue Grass Votlbule, 8.40 New M. afllictcd with illegal whisky peddling Dr. King's Colds. Discovery for Consumption, MISSLICCIE IIEAZLEY'S. Ifjou have never used thit Coughs and norm Douno. .o. , csuuuic i."ni o,,j Stanford, Ky great Cough Medicine, one trial will convince you p. m. ; No. 4., Fast Mail, .5j p. m. i No. 6 , Chlga- - propensities. curative powers in all disthat co Limited, 1.17 a. m., No. 8., Local, 2.55 1. in Jailer Brown's establishment was easesitofhat wonderfulChest and Lungs. Each bot the Throat. No. 10, Blue Grass Special, 6 a m. or mon vacated for a short time, some time tle Is guaranteed to do all that It claimed at A. R. ey will be refunded. Trial bottles free back, but it is now Ailing up again, there Penn) s dtug store. Large bottles jocaod Ji. being eight inmates at present, namely: Deserving Pralso. Bill Tuggle, Tom Brown and Wething-fon- , We desire to tay to our citizens, that for years I have returned from the cities with ajnice ,llne Kind's New Discotery for gambling; John Rainwaters and wo have been telling Dr.King's New Life Pills. ol Millinery which I will sell for a small profit. for Consumption, Dr. as leftover, Rhoda Feck, for keeping house together Hucklen't Arnica Salve and Klcctnc Hitters, and Goodslass season, as freshsen atthis season's goods, irom i win have never handled remedies that sell as well or without license; Sam Brown, for shoot- that have given such universal satisfaction. We CASH ONLY. ing; Eli Haggard and "Snub" Strong, for do not hesitate to guarantee them esery time and COST the carrying concealed weapons. The last we stand ready to refund follow purchase price If ine reason I do this is to reduce vr stock or use. These their results do not two were arrested at county court by satisfactory c won their great popularity purely goods so I will be aole to nil out my busiress at remedies ha e tne nrtt opportunity. v.i Jailer Brown nt the while on their merits. A. R. Penny, druggist. I cordially intite the ladies to call and examine Commissioner Corniest was selling my goods. I alft solicit a share ol their patronft land. cum age. MRS. I. M. 1IHUCK, t? k imt it about to rairtutes fatter. The above it calculated on standard time. Solar ofSomerset, better known in this section as "Jumbo" Bucklln'a Arnica Salva. The beat ttlre In the world tor cuts, bruise tores, ulcers, salt rhejiu, fever sorct, tetter, chapped hands, chilbtaiui, corns and all skin crup tlont and positively cures piles, or no pay required. Hit guaranteed to fcivw perfect satisfaction Price 1$ cents per boi or money refunded, vor sale by A. R. Fenny, Suntord, Ky. ei!s IV and prices are T. COURTS. Spring and Summer 1 law-lovin- g -- MILLINERY. FOR BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, THE BXST MADS. 'M Bakincr towaer Drue Store WATER : COOLERS, OF EVKRY DESCRIPTION. Call and sec them before buying, for sale cheap. court-hous- 9 Manford, Ky. Kvsry thing in the grocery line Absolutely Pure AN OLD CAMP MINSTREL. A cream of tarter baking powder. Higest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. ROYAIBAKING POWDER 00.. 106 Wall St.. New York. flHB Owsley Huildlng. A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. Office over McRaberts inthe sew Stanford. C. D. FOWEJLJL, Ha l'layed Simple Melodies Fur Grant and FIRE AND STORM Shersian. One of the attaches of tho North Dakota senate house at Bismarck i an old colored man named Blakely Durant. Hi war history was made nder tht ..Representing., camp sobriquets of "Blake" and "Old the The Shady," and the last mentioned wsu worst most stubborn Skin and Scalp Diseases, poi- of Scrofula, all blood Uinta and given to him on account of a song by aont oflonnt name and nature, are utterly rooted Hartford, of Hartford, (Conn.; every Pierce'a Golden that title, which he often sansr at Hit outbyDr uisoase cauteu oy Medical n.Discovery. Manchester, of Manchester, Kng.; 11 or every vhmu headquarters of tho Army of the Tennes hlnnH- ti l ihe onl remedy to certain and If it fails to Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; see, urnnt, Sherman, McPherson and effeetitethatUcanbeiruaranteed. you have your money back other generals of the western army wert benefit or cure, Erysipelas. Rolls, Ins. Co. of NorthJAmcrica. Eczema, Tetter, Carbuncles, Enlarged Glands, Tumori and Swell-wentertained by the simple melodies ailment, are completely and every Companies. would All of which are the musical darky, who accompanied hit and permanently kindred by it. cured De pleased to wait o nmy friends in this line. Pol. tongs by twanging the guitar, which he icics promptly isiued. Will insure against tornaDr. M.J. Davis is a prominent physician of does, wind storms and lightning. Lightning handled skillfully. without ad Jitional charge Lewis, Cass county, Iowa, and has been acthely When When When When Baby ttq sick, we guru her Cairtori. h waa a Child, ahe cried for Caatorla. ahe became. Mlaft, ahe clung to Cantor!. she had Children, ahe geve then! Canto rU. J. H. BAUGHMAN, FAERIS & HARDIN. A. C. SINK , INSURANCE AGENT mi-n.,- r. - Salt-rheu- j, 1 first-cla- st 1 & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietor of Tltc Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. N.MKNIFBI claus-esattach- GUTEEAL STOKE, LOGAN AVENUE, Stanford, : : Kentucky, J&7 4 yLA Alwayii'sells goods lower than anyone else in town. New stuck of Fruits every 1' rid ay. engaged in the practice of medicine at that place for the past 35 years On the ?6th of May. while in Dts Moines en route to Chicago, he was suddenly taken with an attack ot diarrbira. Having sold Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for the past 17 jcars, and Knowing us re lUl.ilii. h nrocured a cent bott.'c. twoiloursof which completely cuied him. The excitement and change ot water and diet incident to travel ing often produce a diarrhoea. Every one should procure a bottle of this remedy before leaving home. For talc by W H. Mckobertt, Druggist, Manford. . Ofnce at First National Dank, Stanford. Commercial McKINNEY, ' KV Hotel. Our facilities for giving the greatest values lor the least outlay, are unsurpassed. W Carry a Full XiixiD of Builders' Supplies. THE HKST PLACE TO 1 will open on January i4th, i8j, a First-ClaDairy, Iron which I cau supply any quantity ot Jersey milk to the people of stinlord and Kow-lan- d at llie lollowing prices, deliered: so cents Fresh Milt, per gallon Skimmed Milk, pir gallon- .locents S cents Hatter Milk, per gallon Twill make two trips dally. The patronage ot the public it solicited. G. A. PEYTON, gi-- i Stanford, Ky jr. sa I have bought above tucntioucd Hotel at von iniure.1' If not. now it the time to and have attached a nroviilH v our ill and family with a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea First-Cla- ss Fool Room. Remedy asan Insuiance against any tenons results from an attack of bowel complaint during the 3jt!ave repaired and refurnished the Hotel and summer months It is almost ceiiain to be needam oettcr than cter ed and thould be procured at once. No other remedy can taku Its place or do Its work, at and Accommodate w cent bottles for sale by W. II. McKobetts, Druggist, Manlord. Public. IUV Bar and Prepared to the Notice to the Traveling Public. . Farmers Rank&Triist is now " 'OLD SHADY. Co Special altention'to Commercial Men. V W GHKKN. Proprietor. CARSON, Manajer Wall A. Paper ! R. PENNY. All new stock and latest designs. 1 have had THE SHELTON HOUSE At Rowland rep.'inted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of the best In the State, open day and night; a niIit trains. In connection aac meets all of the best Mineral wells with Housr in the Matt llwve also one and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs G. V. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd In- Erin, Tenn.. A. A. Warf en, Stanford, Dr. Sram, Proctor, C. H. Hraura. Mr. and Mrs. T. tt Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Johnson, New Haven, Jim Cox, Greensburi;. Rates l per lay. J. M. Petrey, clerk. Give me a call. I. W. CARRIER, Prop. oSoty OF STANFORD. KY., fully crganued and ready for business witt - Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., THE RILEY 1 HOUSE F. B. BltiEY, Proprietor, Kentucky. London, I have moved to my new Hotel and nm better prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience de sired, oive me a can. 77 FRANK RILEY. B AWKS THE JEWELER, Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of Watches, Clocks Jewelry A, G. Lanbam 4nd JSILVER W A RE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. All goods told engraved tree of charge. ay-Yo- patronage rcspectlully solicited. B. Cattleman. John ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE &CASTLEM AW MANAGERS, Commerce Building, Louitrille South. Aftntt throughout the 17. A TXIBBLX, Local Ajrtnt, STANFORD, KV. Deposit Bank of Stanford in i8j8, then a bonus and failed to reiwrt back fir ued at the NaUonal Bank ol Stanford in 1S65 and duty at tho end of his furlough. again reorganised at the First National Bank ol uninterhas pequsntly he fell in with tho steward a' SUntord in iS8a, of 31 had practically an supplied years. It is better rupted existence McPhersonV mess, was employed as now with lacilitiet for transacting nusinest prompt and cook for n timo and then became chief ly and liberally than ever before in its long fiduhonorable career. Accounts of corporations, respectfully toilecaterer. ciaries, firms aud individuals ted. "Old Shady V song made a hit by The Directory of this Bank it composed ol of tho patronage of the generals and T. J. Foster, of Stanford; was taken up by tho Lombard brothi n Forestua,'Reid, Lincoln county ; who managed a band of singers that ofJ.W.Hayden, Stanford; ten entertained tho soldiers in their S.H. Baughman4Ltncoln; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; camps during the winter season. The S. T. Harrit, Lincoln; Lombards learned tho song at McPher-sou'- s J. S. Hocker. Stanford; quarters, where tho colored min G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; strel sang it for them over and over until T. P. Hill, Stanford. they know it by heart. Finally it became W. G. Welch, Stanford, a popular campaign song and had W. .P.Tate, Stanlord with "Suwanee River," "Ole OFFICERS: "John Brown's Body" and other I. S. UccVer, President;! airs appealing to tho sentiment of thu John J. McRobertt, Cashier; A. A. McKtuniy, AssisUnt Caahltr. hour. rea-noit-d- ay Vir-ginny- ," up) with the same assets and tindei tne same management. liy provisions of its chatter, depositors are a fully protected as am depositors in Nations) Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in army was particularly appropriate. It Banks, its shareholder! being held indmdualls liable to the extent of the amount of their stoc. Notice is hereby given te the stockholders of ran as follows: addition to ths therein at the pr value thereol, in Wash Institute, of Middleburg. Ky , that Oh, yah, yah, !arkle, roiuo laugh with inc. amount invested in such shares. It may act as Janle , annual election for Trustees for the executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully a thefill the vacancy of the three retiring lii'tltutmn What do white rolks wy-i- lat "Old Jslmdy" am to I'ruttrea, in individual free? will be heM Institute To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us burg on the at theSaturday in building at Middle.V June, t'nt, Don't j ou fee tint de Jubileo the Lincoln National Hank ol between the first of and 6 o'clock p, m June while mnagin A full hours Am comin, eomtn? Hull, mighty day! Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and attendance ts desired trust they wilt continue to transact their businett ! M WART, Chairman. ciioncs. with us, olfering as a guarantee for prompt attenSpring Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, M W IONICS. Secy Den, awny, nway, tion to same, our twenty years' expennce ir Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows as rc con banking and as liberal accommodations I cannot stay intent with sound banking. No longur. and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat Hooray, hooray. Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Huggy and Wagon For I am coins home). DIHictoks: Harness, Saddles, Fields, Haled Hay, &c. J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernou j Ole maa tit scared, and i did his lad)-- ; "My mother, Mrs. Kate DuJderar, has just reM. Hall, Stanford; Dls chile break- - for old "Uncle Ahy." J, turned Irom the cities with an elegsilt llne.'of milOien de gutt'i fo' rout here's "Old Shady" linery, embracing J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; Comln, comin. Hall, mighty il.iyl S. J. Embry , Stanford ; W. B. J, E. Lynn, Stanford; Goolby, M.isn JelT. Goodby, Mns.i S'tevo. A. W. Carpenter, MlHedgcvilU; 'Xcuv; dU ilurky for t.ikln lilt Uic. Of the scasnn, of which she willjhave lull control. I 'xpec' toon Uat you'll heah Undo Aby J. K. Cash, Stanford; We have opened a Hutchcr Shop in the Dr. She also engaged a Office Main street, in office rc William Gooch, Staolord, Ky Comin, toinlti. (lull, mighty day! Hocker house on IVprtt St., and will keep alas eacattd South side F by Dr. L. Huffman, Stanford, Ky'. S. H. Shanks, President. on hand FIRST-CLAS- S Gondii?, hard work without ny pay. J. II Owsley, Catbiet I'm k'oiu up norf vUiore do gool folkx Miy W. M. Hrlght, Teller. .10. DRESS MAKER. All Kinds Dnt l.llu wheat bread nnd a dollar u day Am Ilnll, inlnlit il.ty) cumin. Call and examine my stock of Millinery before We will alto run a delivery wagon to Rowland to buying and leave your order for your dresses Oh, I Kot a n ife, huiI we got a baby BANK 1 hanking you for past favors we solicit same. J serve the people theie. MARTIN & CRAIG. Awny up norf In the lower C'aiiatly. AND LINCOLN COUNTV. MARY DAVIS DUDDF.RAR. Won't dey langU when dey f' "Old Shiuly' OF STANFORD. KY. Comlu, cominY Hull, mUhtydn) hinting vou lor your liberal patronage for Ice last season , I retpeitfully request its continuance Blake, or "Old Shady," as ho was best during the coining season Indeed I expect all 10 All persons holding stoik 111 the HuttonvilU ami uie ine known, joined the army as cook for Carpenters Creek Turnpike Co. are requested to of tho Sevcnty-fir.s- t Ohio repi-mecome before the Hoard of IMrcctors at Hustunville and was on tltc field at Shiloli. on June 1, ibJ, produce their certificate, of stock, Attention of the public is invited to the fac receive dividends and new certificates 111 place of Ho afterward shipped on tho steamer rerinese, .V..U.1. first, it Is inane by a home is the only National Hank in Stanford tnc old oues. Hy order of the Hoard allou. Second, the Ice is absolutely and Magnolia, which was used as transport that this provisions of the National Bank Act io W. D. WEATHLRFORD. Prea. Under the pure, belnjj made from spring water, Chemically by the for Grant's headquarters at tho oponiiu; depositors are secured not only liability capital which is first distilled and then carefully filtered lor ao by the stockholders before being friueu. Third, Artificial Ice will last of the Yickfllmrir cainpaiKii. During stock, but so that depositors ol amount equal to the stock, much Jonecr than nond !r. Wimrik BM .i.i 1. of $400,000 or cholera is looked lor during- the year and nulh-ju- g that time "Old Shady" catno to th this institution are secured by a fund of the bank Five iworn statements of thecondition is so apt to produce or spread this disease as notice of tlie commander, and ho on are mads each yearto the United States governiuiiuic wier or ice. r inn, it will be gaged him as cook; but, true to hi ment and its assets are examined at stated tiinei by This lamed Summer Resort, with its vagrant nature, tho darky asked for andgovernment agents, thus securing addititona STANFORD, KY., perfect safety to depositors. Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- l institution, originally ettablithed as the This transportation homo on a brief visit a Now closing "Old Shady" wuh tho favorite piece of General Grunt, nntl he called for it whenever he tient tho eveninyr at Mcpherson's eampfire, wher JJlnke was employed ns n caterer for tho me&s. Tho song on the lipa of a real contraband in tho bivouacs of the liberating Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - $200,000 1000 Miners and shippers of the GLNUINK Original JclHco Coal. it. We are the sole agents lor Stanford Jand Rowland. Ottiee corner ol Depot street and railroad crossing. 6 HIGGINS .V WATTS. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL UANK OF STANFORD, Try Bo Ko NOTICE. WBABMo V?i 4 1 Buggies, Phaetons, SurreysGarriag-esBuck Boards, How Millinery. AIX THE NOVELTIES TTow Butoh.or Sh.op. DR. PENNY (4 Dentist. of Frosh Moats. FIRST NATIONAL The People ot Stanford 1 Capital Stock Surplus 9200,000 20,500 Notice to Stockholders. -- M CRAB ORCHARD MANUFACTURED ICE, SPRINGS. THE GOFFEY HOUSE JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now In my charge and 1 intend to conduct it ao at to not only maintain itt high reputation, but to add to itt long list ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelera and An rooms, for thedlsploy of samples. AIFIrst-Clas- a V - Healing "Waters and Restful Surroundings, t your Doors Is Now Open for the Reception or Guests. Health and pleasure reekeit will find thit Saloon Kvery morning at the following Prices: For too pounds or over 40c per hundred. For 50 pounds to 100 45c per hundred. Kor 10 to 50 pounds.. 50c per hundred. ro less than 10 pounds delivered. 10 .. HKEMEK. Aad BILLIARD and POOLROOMS attached JOSEPH COFFKV. Dlt. JOS. HAAS' fAN ADMIRABLE PLACE To recover their wonted health and energies and at the same time secure quiet, homo like fare at Hog & Poultry Remedy S)n Tb.m FooaVlley. .,, Reasonable Rates. I'r ce of Board from $7 to $u perjweek. Fo further intormauoo apply tu' GUS HO KM ANN, Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Ky. Used Successfully Fifteen Tears. Will arrest diiease, prevents disease, expels worms, stop cough, increase the flesh aud hasten maturity. Prices: $1.50, J1.J3 and jo centt per package; can Ju.jo. The largest packages are Kor tile by cheapest. A. R. PENNY, 97- Stanford, Ky. The finest fruit belt or New Mexico. No fall ure in crops under irrigation if properly attended to. All fruitt grown iu California can be grown In New Mexico, except oranges and lemons. Land from $15 to $30 per acre ua to years' lime, at 6 oer cent. Call on or add ma, R. C. MORGAN. D. D. S., Stanford, Ky. - .rr jV.