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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894040601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi Weekly Interior Journal vol. xxii. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. APRIL 6. 1894. , NO. II -- LANCASTER, CAR BAR D COUNTY. Happy Jack Advises Mule Raisers. Notes Picked up by the I. J. Man on His WILUAMSBURWHJTLEY COUNTY. (To the Kdltoroflhe Interior Journal. Trip to Casey. U in pension thin Copt. Thos. Peacock's condition re Court of dnlma Aiiiikvim.k, (A., April l.- -I did think ..TllJB i9 Uie arKet cr0WJ, T ,lfW0 8r0M mains unchanired. week. -- The remains of the late Joseph 0. Iwoitldnt siy another word, but our in Liberty siucetJen. John Morgm and Mr. Alvin Mailing died Ht his iiomti people have been engaed all winter in liH men spent ft night horo in Frank will be removed to Flemlngsburg near Sprucoburg Sunday of typhoid profound literature as Gro- - jer 0f 1S02," said an old gentleman to next week. ver Cleveland, Telling the Truth," Hon- - , ns wu plowed through thu enormous What, why my myney on every purchase not made at the One -- The union meeting will be held at Mr. II. II. Lock wood Iibb been here ry atterson, "M mey and Morals," Ml assemblage on the streets of the capital Horse Store of for several days trying to establish n the Haptist church Sunday evening, ly iJreokinrblge, "Social Purity," Luther of the "Stutu of Casey" Monday. Tho when Kldur (lowitu will preach. buggr factory. ileimon on "Temperance." and ubout weather was propitious, farm work was The town law in regard to peddling Ooxoy MIhs Nellie Aditins entertained u s Army, that I have pursiiaded well up and the (sturdy citizens could country produce only applies to the s.ilo crowd of thu younger people at liur lioino myself the hoys and gals need a rest think of no better way of spending the of fresh meat, in quantities lus than Tuesday night. and have concluded to pitch in and give day than going to "big" court. Another Who try to sell Staple and Taney Groceries and other goods too. Itev. L. L. Pickett will coiniiitwicn a 2fl cents worth. them something light to purine while I attraction which perhaps brought severMr. Nelson llurdett, the hosi blackseries of meetings nt tho M. 1C. (iliurch rot, loo. al to town was thu annual horse show, OUST smith, N making several largo iron cages Friday morning. I am through with my winter's work. and still another reason for coming was in the hniement of the new city building Friday evening Uov. Newton Taylor For almost any thing you may want. Goods Cheaper than Ever. The Ketitleinau who thinks that the to new the big three, story hotel, just delivered h very interesting leeturu at in which to put the town prisoners. The mule trade is not n filleted with noil evil, opuned by It. T. Pierce, in full blast. e on "Love, Courtship and prisoners are worked every day in a rook ghindors, blind staggers, epfzooty, hots Court opened promptly nt i) o'clock . quarry near town. Marringo." and colic will please eomu down next with Judge Wallace Jones on the bench Imml stand In the pirk has been The MissJacquith, who lins butm teachwinter and loach us better. In the main and Mr. Muncilc, a small man withj.i big completed ami looks very well. Of! I have had ing in thu aeadomy since fe'epteuibtr, the best of luck in polling on voice, seeing to iho Commonwealth's loft last week for her homo in Ohio on course a few iuom backs objected to its time, ami can truthfully say that I have Interest. Tiis is a two week's term and being built there but as that class of cat- never account of ill health. lost but $10 on all lb., mules that a? the docket is iargu it is more Hun Mips Gertrude Lester unUirtuliiud a tle object to over) lu iik, tlieir wail have ever sold to farmers; hut as a rule probable that the entire timu will bo party of her young friends at her homo amounts to nothing. it is n good way to clean up as you go. consumed. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. The coiitthled election cine of Win. If you list evening. It nniu very delightful don't, you may go to some genThere is uot a single prismur in CaFey Hrnaddos, republican, against W. H. Maevening for nil present. 23d, 1894. ' tleman's homo to collect for somo county's jail, to her credit be it said Dr. ThomiiB I'ierce diod Ht hit home son, demoer.it, for the circuit clerkship mighty nice mules. I Jo jg hospitable. Full corps of Comervstory and Normal Superior near town Saturday inoniinir. Ilu whs was atllrinod by the Court of Appeals Ha bows his meek factj down in his Ihuru are a number who no doubt should An. Excellent hoarding department. School teachers. ctrcutart coursej in Literature, Music and Catalogues and furnished on application. bu behind its bars, but by bond and esparalyzed nbout u week before bin leath this week. Thu case was taken up by plate, raises his holy bunds, "Let us capes thu little stone Hroaddus, appellant. Mr. Mason holds and continually grew worse until he thank tiod from whom nil blessings house in the hollow has became entiredied. the olllce until January lsiiv fbw " You get through with your din- ly deserted. Jailer W. W. BUYHrown sajs Lust Sunday evening union services At n meeting of the city council! ner. You have enjoyed it. You wero hu is uot making much money of out were held at the Christian church under Monday night the franchise was granted hungry. A mule the auspices of the V. 0. T. V. Mr. J. to Dr. J. 11. Kiniiaird Hiid others of this gry. You take a man is apt to bo hun- thu olllce, but insists that his friends 0. ilutlham was expected to deliver n city and Fred Haleom.of Philadelphia, to the piaa.i. You pick with your host on vote for him in the coming republican your teeth and primary to continue to fill thu place. lecture, but was uiuhlti to nttend, ao the build the water works, electric light plant smoke a fragrant cigar with tho gentlo- The old and i. ..Ill I... firm of nor vices were conducted by pastors of nn.l I.... lunln... 'IU ' man. In the course of the evening he ,, . , , . Ji Myers is rapidly passing out of thu various churches. invites you to no with him to the Int. existence. These clover gentlemen are f Mr. 11. F. Gray, of Gray'a Station, theee Improvements at an early dav are He may tell you that he selling out nt cost with the intention cf gave us a call Friday. Klder J. K. Terry very flattering You may not know what he means. ALSOqnitiug the mercantile business, much to in vliiiting at his former homo in Monthe will tell you. He explains his thu regret of tho citizens of Casey. Mr. HUBBLE. gomery county. Miai Theo Mill viaited insolvency; is apt to bo convincing, lie Wilkersou has been appointed gauger MiM Nettie Smith, of London, last week. Win. Hubble loot his biigy mare, turns you out some old second-hanwhile Mr. Myers' duties as county judge Mr. J. M. Sullivan has been on tlm aiek Cricket, a few days ago. mules. Says, "I want to do you mighty will now consume his Mr. .1. (1 Claxton entire time. list foraovornl S. K. Owsley's meat house was rob- right, Mr. I am going to do you proud. I will wager that G. It. Co a den, ageLt had hia thumb ao badly mashed that it bed of all Its uouteuts a few nights ago. The best Garden Plow on the Market, from Here are several mules much hutterthau for P. 11. Napier, does more busintss in had to be amputated. Nearly all are ready to plant corn, those you let mo have. I know them the smallest snact) than any man in the ami somu are planting regardless the cold well. have worked them several years, StlUu A room of s residence is used COUNTY. BRODHEAO, ROCKCASTLE wimther. and nono of them have ever had thu tol Mini Helen Sayeru is visiting Mrs. J. Our Mule village has begun to as- icor been sanded; they aru hardened for his store and in it there are goods of II Albright. sume aome of its former appearances in and well acclimated and are not more oyery description. Theru is no room for a stovu or for chairs and he says he actMr. V. II Colyar ia preparing to the lnat few days. than 1L' years old. I hotu to give them ually Iihu to make a cash drawer out of build a now uinnnioti. Quarterly meeting was fairly attf uded up, but I intend to do you mighty right. his pockets because he hasn't the space Mr. John Frith will have his hotel here Sunday, ami Bonte excellent preachYou have been good to me." He turns to spare for one. renting in a few days. ready for ing wvn heard. you over his second baud Prices lower than any one. Nealv Northcut, a very low fluug no Mrs. Mattio Carter ban Hold her farm Frank Holtsclaw has started his hay hardened ami acclimated mules. You gro, and Vide Atwood, nu equally as low two miles out of town, to nn Indiana proas in tills community, and some Hre turu him over his note. He hitches up Hung white woman, who have been hv- Culti-vators- , shipping hay to thu mountains, and some your nice, young, gay and lively ng as man and wife in the country near Mra. A. J. Pike and Mm. Mnttie Car- selling here at about 10 to 15c. and drives down the lanu singing, here for some time, skipped out Sunday : It Mra ... I." . i..,.i ter went to Ml. Vernon and Maretsburg .. . -- !! ...mK i.. ..-nearer, My ..God, to Thee." And about , irtd it is thought and hoped that they a few dava ago. tivi'ri Inr h rvi' iluvu I'm. I., rjpun.i See our Spring Stock of 8 ,ou wt,rtJ ft Um8tliU,i l0- - are gone for good. J They wero notified . i Mrs. J. 11. Fanner, the wife of our n.t .i.. i... i - .. "" '""' "y.1"" " uui "on i you leei UK.) you nro very by the citizens that a removal would ,p . " ' accomodating It. It. agent, went down to imc-.ui. w. a. owiiieoroa.i is nnoiii closo to God; miubty nigh out of friends! ' prove healthful for them. Shelby City yeateiday. out ogain, after an illneas of some days. a WOrd in conclusion lo farmers who A. J. Gibony and A. P. Young, who Mr. A. K. Albright will Boon have a -- George Ann Kngloman, of color.de f,.ed mules, but who are never on tho were appointed sheriff and tleputy, by nice cottage building finished and Igueea parted this life last Saturday, after a long ,Hrket with their mules. When Judge Myers, to fill out Mac Wheat's everybody knows what that means. illneas. fehe leaves a husband and two i yo turn your '2 yoar olds out on grass, unexpired term, are making splendid of- VV. L. Withers, Salesman. The ladies of the Chriatian church ciiiiiiifii. uer nine gin. A.uio. waiteii i... j ' lem all the corn you can ficers. Mr. Young, whoso duty it was ' will give an entertainment at .their on her tenderly till tho lst. Itroit. Al gel them to eat, ami thu 1st of August, to wait on the court, had a fine case o church house next Saturday night, the len and Fisher preached tho funeral by no means later than that, put them mumps to break out Monday, and was proceeds to go for thu purchasing of an Sunday evening at thu colored in a shed and keep them eating green compelled to go to bed, leaving Mr. Giborgan for their church, and we hope ev- church hero. Her husband's brother corn, oats ami buy and anything that ony o do all tho work, which, under the eryone x ho can will Nttend, and encour j Oild FellowH responded to hia trouble, will fatten, and have them fat anil ready present system, is a big job. age the good work. It is said they have ami wailed on nun tu tho funeral eervi-ceMAIN ON for market by thu 1st of October. Octo-- ; James Cowden, the young son of Mr, s recital. a her, November and December are the G. It. Uowdeu, was thrown from a horse The republican primary which will j mouths to sell young, LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. unbroke mules. Sunday, fearfully cutting his head and You can save money by examining my'new stock of goods and paycome oir next Saturday promises to hu Now I am right. Take my advice just face, as well as badly bruising him up ing Cash for A regular old timu country danco one of the hoUeat contents that they have had for some years. There are about 10 was indulged in at Dick Harbin's Tues- one tune. Again, don't send your stock from head to foot. south at all if you aru uoini! to sell hv Tho horse show was north peeing and candidates and each claims he is in the day night. Little Will Hardiu accidently Hover- wholesale, but sell at home. If yen a number of good ones were exhibited. lead. Now ia the time for deinoornts to Tinware, &c. You are invited to call. I will endeavor to deal fair stand utr and Bay nothing and let them ed a linger Tuesday and Dr. ('aid null was can't sell for sutihfactory prices at home, (J. L. Bowman aborted Grady Wilkes. My goods are all First send them by an experienced man who thu bpeedy son of d WilkeB; J. 11. Al- with you and wfll appreciate your patronage. nettle their own business. Thu greatest Cill"d in to Htteiid it. V. A. WariMck ivas up this week to knows the country and sell them to thu len i 13ro., Sentinel; J. W. Lawhorn, Class Staple goods and will be sold at a excitement seems to be in the judge's and fcum May, .Sulmarch; Hoy stierill's race. W'u'null be glad when the cee biit brother Sam, w ho is Betting aloug man who follows thu plow in the Held FOT& and sell by retail. Sell them for all the Ueazley, All Stylo aud A. li. Williams election is over for we have suun some very well with !im broken collar bono. Dr. J. A. Lutz left London Wednes- caeh you can, when you can get enough his sphulid jack, Sam. sad efleotn of their whisky for the Inst Call and see me, look through my stock and you will agreee that you Tiik republicans of Casey will hold a can save money by trading with me. day and will make the rohrfiy his future I do not advisu selling on credit, but I few days. Mrs. Lido Uurk died Tuesday. This home. The doctor Iisih had a good prnc-tie- e have never lost any mouey for anybody primary at an early day, and in tho when I sold on timu to a farmer who mean time the candidates aru losiug no here and bus made a good citizen. is the woman that Hill Newcomh shot lived on his farm. If you can't ntlord timu. There are several candidates for Henry Whitehead has moved into and wounded several months ugo. l'oor woman she has had a long Biegu of suf ills new hotisu in thu JoIiuhoii addition underpressure, to soil your mules on each office, while in thu assessor's race anil I'M Molviu is now occupying his time, I would advise you not to feed theru aru a dozen. Theru is no bug juice feriug, her body was almost putrefied with which to warm thu heart of tho her deuth. Mr. Willis Floyd, of Ku liandBome residence back of thu London mules at all. Again, when you begin to engage your dear voter and thu ammunition that is banks, was at Mr. John Kiddle's a low Mnnufacturini! Company's Works. mule colts at May court, don't pay more boing used by thu candidates is merely days ago and after eating a hearty dinnc, Opposite Court-HousMr. J. A. Hammonds Complimented. for a colt that will grow up to kind words and the promise of a faultthan he remarked that if hu should die, that Ta the rMilor Interior Journal.) 15 IihikIs full, ami be a nice ouu besides. less administration. he would go on a full stomach. He was Mr. J. A. Hammonds, whose store was Take this as a basis and bu governed acMessrs. A. IL Dyche, of tho London nt thu time feeling well and all right, a nil broken into and burned thu L'tfrd of last cordingly, aud you'll remember very Kciio, G. M. Davison, of Stanford, nnd in two hours hu was a dead man. Cause, February, has or ought to have one con- kindly, Hai'i-- Jack. Seuator Lay were frequently seeu in eomo kind of heart trouble. A Complete Stock of solation in thu fact it has been thu occaeach other's company Monday, and a of a general Atchison, Kan., has a man with n of expressed "Fair Atlanta" is the nauio A. W. sion man with a suspicious eye might have Young gives to an excellent historical hu confidence ami sympathy. Theru is not nervous allection of thu eyes that pre- seen somo suspicious maneuvering. judging distance correctly. He couut of tho origin, vicissitudes, growth a single good citizen with whom hu has vents him What they were up to, 1 was unable to Nicest line of Stationery and Toilet Articles. Prescriptions accuhad business dealings for thu few years frequently extends his hand for a shako and present prosperity of Atlanta, which E. 0. W. find out. Give him a Call. rately Compounded. he has been here, who does not feel n with a person 100 feet away. has appeared in thu April Southern MagTho bill to authorize- - tho manufacA Correction Corrected. of thu sincere sympathy for him in his striotis ture of liquor in Iowa was defeated by a azine (Louisville). Thu stylo losaes. Mr. Hiunmonds lias shown him-s!- f vote of (To the Kditorof Interior Journal.) to CO. writer is vigorous, and she docs not hesgood merchant, n truo gentleman An article in your last issue in which itate to s.ty what shu thinks about Gen- Soo tho World'd Fair for 15 Cents the facts wero "fully explaiued" in rea useful christian citizen in this oral Sherman's bahavior in Atlanta dur- and L poll receipt of your addicus and 15 cents in Druggist, Stanford, Ky. community, and hence .deserved and has notuue stamp! c will mail you our ixtuvemr gard to the boycott of a Stanford jeweler iling thu latu war. Tho articlo is woll l'orifolio of tho World's Columbian l'.xpoiilion. correction. In reference to "his 11 Ht lustrated with portraits and views of secured thu coufidoucu of tho whole peo Tlie n'Kulitr prico is 50c, bin nominal, vtautjouto needs You wilt whisky friends" I will say that no advo ple. It may bu truthfully Haul that there have on we make the price buildiugs and points of interest in nnd tied it u work of Art aud a thine to bo priicd. It is a universal tieaire lor mm to contains full page views of the Kreat building, cates of whisky ever approached me in about the city. wlih descriptions of same and U leiecuteU in ttio ' any way shape or form neither throaten-hliihrbiiHineBs at thu "old utand." . . style ol art. If not satisfied ith it after . Competent authorities estimato that Ul UUjr MUU. illO This may be, on thu part of the neigh you utl it we win reiunu me stamps ana let vou lUg Or lIlJpiyillK Iceep the hook. Address 11, K. llucklen .V Co., not less than 400,000,000 human iuum bors, n sulush desire but it is accompani UUlcaso, III. assertion that I said they did is a mislilies wore made in Egypt from tho time led with n very sincere and high regard representation of the facts. I did not Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your The Drug-Stor- e All Freo . l of the beginning of tho art of embalming iui mi, iinuiiuuuun huh11is a very nearly wish to make any public statement aud Those who have utcd Dr. King's Now Discov until its discontinuance In tho seventh and spontaneous testimonial to his high cry know its value and tho.e who have Uot, have only do so to prevent an injustice beiug on now the century. Herodotus and Diodorus both character. A now building on tho same vertised opportunity to try it free. Callfreo. the ad- done. People who come into my druggitt and get a tiul bottle Send agree in the statement that thuro wore site is now in process of erection and will your name toll E. llucklen V Co., Chicago, and place of business will bu accorded the get a trial bottle of Dr. King' New Lite Tills as three grades in the embalming process, bo speedily finished, and wo hope that well as a copy of Uuide to Health and Household courtesy they always heretofore received. School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, guaranteed of Instructor Tiik Staneord Jkwelkh. sum Mr. Hammonds will then put in a new- you good free. Allyou which is at A, K. to do the first costing not les4 than nothing Penny's and cost Liquors for Medical Purposes. second about equal to $1,225, tho busineps to his profit drugstore. stock and Euglisli syndicate owns 3,000,-0An that amount, and tho third cheaper and the great convenience of tho people Buciln't)Arntca Salve. acres of Tuxas pasture land a larearth burial. The best sslve In the world lor cuts, bruises gest urea than some States can boast. who reside near Hubble. than common It. K, S. tores, ulcers, salt rheum, faver sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skirt erup l Call and see us. has been appointed J. 0. Tho 0. U. A D. announces that it lions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir A Coolev Creamer in thu house is like ed. It utjuiranteed Kivv perfect It does tho work. At postmaster at Bush's store, Laurol coun- will mako no change in the present man- or money refunded, to l'rico 35 centssatisfaction a perjbsz. G. agement of tho Q. k 0. Farria t Hardin's. if or sale by A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. ty. j ; fu-vSeptem-roadingh.ich PLO CALL McKinney & Hocker, THEM court-hous- McKINNEY & HOCKER. I 1 Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January -- s-- at ... well-know- n Wil-kerso- u Brinley's Combination Plow and Harrow. -- Lie-te- n, d dy. THE - "COLUMBIA," W. H. HIGGINS. 1 WE ARE IN IT. gen-tlema- n. .....,.... ..-.- - lit-r- - " ' ....... Disc Harrows, Geo. "W. Brown Corn Planters. I j ,0 "l' ..!,. Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, and Farming Implements. B. K. WEAKEN. Bor-m- oii NEW CASH STORE. EAST STREET. a. first-dim- I Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, shoes, Hardware, H-- Ho-lluc- k; SMALL PROFIT CASH. J. O. FLORENCE. I McRoberts' Drag Store, e f-- 'o "HOME AND FARM" PAINTS, v out-bur- st DRUGS, BOOKS, PSINTS, 1- W. B. McROBERTS, re-ent- er st IIJII-ISI- g. hocker, drTs. DRUGGIST. -f IT- 1 Drugs, School Supplies, DR. S. - one-fif- th er 00 The Best Goods For The Least Money. HQCKES,. Tho Druggist. Hut-sel- self-bind- er. ' W". 'ttWj11.''" " -- i"""- ' wy- - mijnv",r V'W y MM "M M," ..,. .nmi, m .1. ..M,.. r ,3b IV .1 U"M-- - - Jl.'i- - yjjt J of fact 1b away off for tho domocratr, Hal Pointer, 2:011, haa won US heats Rhode Island, which last year went demin bettor than 2:30. no good to do bo, ocratic when it Thero nro 500 horses in training in Apkil 0, 1S94 Binco a majority was all tho votes cast was Stanford, Kv., of tho vicinity of Lexington. necessary to an election, Wednesday Marcus Daley has f 1,000,000 inveswent even more hell bent than Maino ted in thoroughbreds and trotters. W. P. WALTON. J lave often been discussed. But the strangest thing is how we can did for Gov. Kent, the republicans electKinlf y Tribble sold to Tom Stone, ol afford to sell a ladies' Shoe for $1.25 that has been sold for S3. Such ing their candidate for governor by over Tennessee, a harness maro for $75. 5,U00 pfurality, which is now only necesWheat made another jump at Chi- strange things as this we arc doing with our entire stock of goods. sary to secure au election. The tail and We maybe called April lools for it, but we realize that people will cago Wodnosday, opening at 01c. Clifton Hampton, of Columbus, O., horns also go with tho hide. The LegisWill Bnughman Rold to a Pulaski, buy goods where they can be had the cheapest, and we arc working lature will be strongly republican, thero- - aged 15, played with nn empty (1) pistol, Tonn., man n old horpo for $S0. for your trade in this way. And did it ever occur to you that merby securing a U. S. Senator of that p.u-t- which was accidentally diechnrged. A Dudderar Bros, pold to W. II. Prew-it- t, Busckinhidgb is still on the rack Col. bullet Btruck him iu tho stomthis kind of thing keeps up wo If of Boyle, a small bunch of heifers at chants who sell on credit charge cash customers the same for goods with Judge Wilson forcing the fangs in- shall move to make it uuanimoii!), for ach and ho has tone to join tho silent that they do credit ones ? We have no bad debts to make our 2jc. to him Nothing especially new has the democrats are evidently not in it majority. Buckrcno, a Louisville colt, won thn pay for. The amount saved in this way is tremendous and been developed, except that a type wri this year. Trouble ha broken out between the Arkansas derby, in 1:43, the quickest you get ter has been found who copied letters cowboya near Reno, I. T. the benefit of it if you deal with us. Our Spring Rkliqion and politics are never mixed Indians and timo ever made on tho track. and directed them to Miss Pollard duSeveral havo been killed on both sides, Cleopatra, whoso produco won more ring 1SS0, the year the colonel says there without trouble and it wag aiain dem and tho agency buildincs have been was no communication between them. onstrated iu Kansas City Tuesday. Tho burned. Troops havo been sent to the than 510,000 in pursr-- Hiid ntalma hint year, died tho other day at Delaware, O It has also been shown that ho gave the American Protective Association and scene of trouble. To close out a partnership, a good tho C.itholicj came together in n bloody plaintifl a certificate of good character to Judge Bradley expressed his conpair of Fairbanks stock Fcatea will bo civil service conllict in the race for mayor. More tempt for tho hangers-o- n enable her to go beforo the at tho I in and we are making our competitors tremble with the prices we Bold at njy house April 13th. A. K. Dencommission, and that he invited and than 100 shots wore fired and when the trial and denounced them are selling them at. Suits they sell at Si 5 we let go at $9. and such took her to a lecture to n female seniina-- y smoke of battlo cleared away one man as a Hock of vultures sittuii! on a lonce ny. California reporta that tho outlook ii the amount, we will save you through our entire Clothing stock, dead and several others in n dying waiting for the horse to die. The croea at Washington last February. The lav colonel denies nearly everything that condition. Au object of tho A. P. A. is examination of tho defendant was com- for wheat ia excellent, and that thero which we have no hesitancy in snying is decidedly the largest and w ill bo an enormous yield of all varieMiss Pollard swore to, and it looks a lit- to curtail tho influence of tho Catholics pleted Wednesday. ties of fruits. tle like "he doth protest too much." lie and prevent this country from becomWith tho exception of tho Cecil Bros , of Danville, sold to says the Bcene in tho presence of Mrs ing under tho rule of the papal governall parties aro now busily enGeorge Leuvitt, of Boston, the "Wil- ment. Blackburn when sho called him gaged in whistling to keep their courage pacer, Guinette, record 2: 10 J, by lie" and ho addressed her as "Madaliuo" Tiie Ohioiuns again showed their dis- up. Tho prohibition party is too dry to Gambetta Wilkes (2:10) for $4,000. affectionate way, did hap- trust of democracy Monday in their in the most mil even wet its whistle, and ob a conseIn the town or county. Remember Tho annual diotribution of Heed has pen, but that it was only "u superb nicipal elections, electing thoir men in a quence merely puckers up its mouth at been completed by tho Agricultural Depiece of acting." Ho cluims that Mrs. very large majority of the cities. Thero all other parties. Glasgow Times. partment. Tho amount distributed was Ulackburn got things mixed iu her rec wero five tickets in the field in CincinAscnssin Prendergast will not be 30 per cent, greater than last year. which fail to ollection of certain remarks nati, that lovely specimen of democracy, banned beforo July 2. and not beforo Win. Sillimau Bold to Monto Fox consist with his. "I deserve punish- the Cincinnati Enquirer, supporting a May 21 will the investigation into tho three sows and 10 pigs for ?65. The sows ment and I have had it," said tho colo ticket of its own against tho regular condition of his mind bo commenced. nel, whose face shows that tho terrible democratic nominees, and it was badly Such was tho or'er entered by Judge coot Mr. Sillimau 22 three months ago. On anything you wish to buy in our line. Your cash does not have strain he has beeu undergoing. Tho snowed under. Caldwell, tho republican Chetlnin. Tho people ought to take a R. S. Russell bought of T. D. Chen-n- to go to pay back losses, as it does when you trade with a firm that a bunch of 140 lb hoga at 4Jc Adwages of sin is death, and no "one realdoes a nominee for mayor, was elected by near- hand and hang the judgo as well as the vocate. izes it more than the gray hair defendly 7,000 plurality. criminal. An Ohio man who fed 12 hogB on ant. The Court of Appeals has affirmed Wiibn the trial of Henry Ward Beech-e- r tho decision of tho Marion circuit court whout estimates that lie got $07.20 for 50 The South Carolina war bus smoothed for nest hiding with Mrs. Tilton was in tho caso of Archie Bailey vs. tho Com- bushela of wheat by marketing it iu the its wrinkled front and tho governor hna form of pork; whereas if ho had sold it descended from tho high horse he baa iu progress, a lady asked a judge if he monwealth, and Bailey has been taken ho would have only received $20. He been riding, since a resolution has been thought tho great preacher guilty. "Guil- to the Frankfort j'vwittintiary to begin a advises buying hog, even Ht a good ty of what, madam V" ino.uired tue judge life sentence. The crime for which y introduced in Congress to investigate his price, to feed the wheat to. aikiou in seizing railroad property and and the matter was dropped. In diswaa convictod was tho murder of cussing the Breckinridge-Pollar- d case, Ueorgo Redd. telegraph lines engaged in inter-StaMIDDLEQURC, CASEY COUNTY. "The proof the pudding is chewing the bag,the ladies might remember this incident armed force and commerce, and with A Maak ball in Tammany Hall, New Bro. Montgomery preached at Grovo establishing a censorship of tho with profit. riot. There were York, wound up in a Sunday evening Ht 3 o'clock, and will drily aud weekly press of the country, The Pantagraph is Rich- 1,500 peraons present. During tho melee continue to preach thero every 1st Suu-da- y nd when and prohibiting the transmission of news mond's latest contribution to journalism. tho lights were extinguished, evening at that hour. tlispatchea to the newspapers, and m- - As tho girl said in trying to excuse her turned on again one man was found on V. It, Coleman has built a large barn inauthority such acts Mtj u ifJ ft very ,itt,B Several others wero quire by what law or fl0 ,t Cftn be tho floor dead. 0lU on his farm just above town and haa And Lc convinced. have been committed, and whether the aaid of the Pmitagraph, but if it keeps jured, some fatally. otherwise beautified his premises by Col. Breckinridgo indorsed accomliws of the United States have been vio up as it has started it is bound to grow. putting a plank fence, setting out shade lated. Tho company, which tendered The names of T. C. AdamB, Milo Shanks modation notes for hia concubine and trees, c. e i;s resignation rather than attempt to and 0. O. Groves appear as editors of tho then allowed them to go to protest. This Born to tho wife of Charlea McWhor-te- r the offensivo dispensary law, caught new venture. man would light n cigar in a powder mill on tho night of tho 27th, a girl, and or go to eea in a tub. Tho only charita it in a proclamation from tho governor, Charlie ia tho happiest man imaginable. It has been proven in the trial that ble view of his actions ia that he is men- Ml. who refused to accept it, but discharged . i no nrst nan uozen wero tioya. Mo you Breckinridge gave Mies Pollard proini-Bu- y tally irresponsible. Louisville Times. them in disgrace. If Gov. Tilman is re A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor se, a girl whs a kind of rarity in Char- notes and then allowed them to go sponsible for tho law ho deserves all the Tho State Treasurer isin correspond lio'a family, T. D. RANEY, Manager. , execration ho is receiving but if hois not to protest Could anything be meaner? ence with some of tho banks of the State Squire J. M. Tilford had a number of to enforce tho It seems that all tho notes, tho silvery for tho purpose of finding a way to and is only attempting persona beforo him Saturday at Yoaomito law as he finds it, he is only doing a ones and all, of tho defendant aro worse bridge over a temporary deficit in the to teHtify 11a to tho quality cider sold by baso counterfeits. plain duty, but he ought to call the legis than Treasury, caused by elow collections. Wm. Lipe. Billy is accused of Belling a litture together to repeal it. Dr. thought he There is now a deficit of $123,000 and a mixture known hero ns spiked cider who suspension of payments may become None of tho witnesses testified to the All that talk about former office hold-l- a had discovered tho "elixir of life,'' necessary. fact, however, and consequently no casea s under Cleveland having to stand wnich would prolong indefinitely the Congress, by a special act, has juts wero made agaitiHt Mr, L. back this time to give the other fellows days on earth of nil who partook, was granted to Andrew McKee, alias Andrew We did not think any democrat in a chance, seema to have been to scare evidently mistaken, or he didn't take his Franklin, of Burlington, Kas., a pension tho county, would havo tho courage to tho old papsuckers off and not really in- own medicine. He died at Paris, France, of $50 a month. Tho nowly made pen- offer Is Eocciyirjg His as a candidate for any of the county tended for tho president's rule of faith Monday. sioner ia 103 years old and fought in tho oliicfH. But Mr. of them John Rinearson, of Big and practice. A large number NEWSY NOTES. war of 1812, an Indian war, war with South, whs here last week and pays ho is have been appointed, and now comes Mexico, and waa a teamster in tho Feder- in the ring for county clerk. It seem J. R. Hindman ia spoken al Army from 1801 to 18k5. Printer Benedict to get his "fat Goods Warranted and a Perfect Pit Guaranteed. Give me call. hardly possible for a man of Mr. R.'s potake" again. Tho exs., who thought tho of as a candidate for attorney general. The Associate Justices of tho Su- litical persumdon Tho U. S. Court at Knoxvillc, ha to bo elected to office story true about them not being wanted premo Court havo been reassigned. Jus in again, are kicking themgelves for giving ordered the sale of tho E. T , V. & G. Cay, though much stranger thiiiKs tice Brown ia assigned to tho Second cir- have happened. And let us hope that up so quickly for another chance lo live system, at tho instance of the Central AJ-nHD cuit, formerly presided over by tho late tho election of a good democrat -to each Trust Co. off of Uncle Sara. Justice Blatchford, whilo Justice White of the county ollicea, bo on of tho many A negro informer was shot and killTIIK DAYTON Theiie iu very little Bbutimeutal non- - J ed at Darlington, S. C, by a man whom takes the Fifth circuit, including Mm strange happenings in this the Huh cen South Atlantic and Gulf States. Justice tury. HeuBO in England and a criminal, whethor ho had reported aa a violator of the dis JackBon is to the Sixth circuit, CROSS-CUmale or female, usually gets his deserts. pensary law. including Kentucky. The following is a synopsis of the new was hung at Liverpool Mrs. Walber, 53, Mr. Bland Buffered nnother defeat Dr. Joseph M. Mathowa has been game law: It provides that it shall be Monday, for tho murder of her husband. the veto of hi Seigniorage Bill having Andelected president of tho State board of unlawful for any person to catch, kill or She admitted that she brained him with beeu sustained by the House by a vote health, which is in aession at Louisville. a trace chain, after keeping him confined of 144 to 115. purdiio with such intent, any buck, doe So far 2,325 physiciana of the State havo or frtwn between tho first day of March i i a garret, chained and padlocked Tho Franklin Female College is ad- been granted certificates, aud about 200 Tnere were no unusual demonstration, vertising for a president to take charge of havo been refused for reasons satisfacto- aud tho first day of September, or any black, gray or fox squirrel between Febtho woman meeting death in a rather un- the institution at tho expiration of the ry to tho board. Most of those who fail- ruary Nest Farm Implements Made. concerned or dazed Bort of a way. 1st and tho 15th of Juno. Gray preeent term. ed to secure certificates wero illiterate squirrels may bo killed for tho protecJames D. YoemariB. of Iowu, will aud many of them "qaacks." Persistence is a well developed trait Wild goose, wild duck, tion of cropn. succeed the late Judge McDill as Inter nomon Mr. Cleveland's character. He Just across the Hickman bridge over teal or other wild ducks aro protected inated O. U. J. Taylor, a Kansas negro, state Commerce Commissioner, and Buck, tho Kentucky river, oppoeito Camp Nel- between tho 1st day of April and tho fur.Minister to Bolivia but the Senate re- of Kentucky, gets left. Johnson shot and killed hia 15th day of August, aud wild turkeys Uniontown has been made a presi- son, Jim jected it; and now ho names him for reThey had between tho 1st of February and tho brother, Sidney JohnBon. and Miss Lida J. corder of deeds of the District of Col- dential been to a dance and were returning first of September, or any woodcock umbia, tho fattest kind of a take. Fred Cooper will bo postmaster. tho 1st of February aud tho 20th home, both under the influence of liquor. Gov. Northen has appointed Patrick Douglas held it for a number of years Both were farmers. Jim was 22 and Sid- of June; any quail, partridge, or pheasand it has almost gotten to be considered Walsh, of the AugtiBta Chronicle, to suc- ney 20 years old. Both wero aingle. ant between tho 1st of Jnnuary and tho the especial prerogative of the colored ceed the late Senator Colquitt. Tho apRegister says that 15th of November; dove between tho 1st The Richmond pointment was unsolicited. brother. of February and tho lBt of August. All At an election in the town of Spring Hiram Kaufman, the Loxington butcher, Tue Louisville Post announces that who was ono of tho witnesses for the de- insect birds, such as the thrush, meadHill, Kansas, women were elected to fill Mr. Boyle Gill Boyle, recently of the suit, ow lark, finch, martin, swallow, woodall of the municipal offices, including fense in tho Breckinridge-Pollar- d Danville Advocate, has been elected vice- at ono time lived in Richmond and was pecker, flickers, oriole, tanagor, red bird, mayor, councilmen and police judge. president of that company and will atcat bird and bluo bird, where tho enmo The republicans in tho Hamilton, run away from that place because he was tend to its business affairs. Mr. Boyle is O stealing money from tho till of aro not destructive to crops, are proteccaught , district, nominated Major E. G. thoroughly equipped for tho duties and ted throughout tho year. The violation Every thing you can think of-ithe Fine Chinawarc line. Call and for Congrees to fill the vacancy oc- the butcher ahop where ho waa employhis rural rooster friends are confident that ed. Later on he married a notorious of any of tho above is made a lino of not casioned by tho death of Mr. Honk. examine and get prices. he will be as much of a success in metroless tbau $5 and not more than $25. Frank J. Smith, a Brooklyn painter, prostitute. politan as he was in country journalism. Col. Breckinridgo knocked the wind fell from tho fifth story of a house he Christian College Notes. Wilson'a sails, by answering The new senator from Georgia, Hon-Pa- t was working on and was not hurt badly oat of Mr. "Did you givo her any hia question. adv. Stanford, Ky. Walsh, ia an editor of much force enough to prevent his walking homo. -. wise counsel, such an should havo como Tho operetta, Katie Doan, will be and an orator of considerable renown. Bowling Green is making great prepof your years and position?" given in tho Opera Houeq iu Stanford on He is an Irishman by birth, n strong sil- aration for tho entertainment of tho from a man "I did .not, Mr. Wilson. You cannot next Saturday evening, 7th inst. Some ver mar, and while ho was h red hot members of the G. A. R. Tho State enquestion that would bo too of the best talentabout Hustonvillo, and Cleveland man in 18S4, he opposed hia campment will bu held thero next week. phrase a strong or that would put my conduct in in Christian Collego will impersonate the nomination in 1S02. Hon. Thomas E. Benedict, of Now too dark a light. From my early cha characters. It produces a good e licet, York, was Monday nominated for Pub- cos, my education and my social and doTue impotent majority in tho House lic and but few amateurs can do so well. Printer, tho position which ho filled mestic aiirroundinga I can Bay that thero has at lost succeeded in Bottling tho conAdmission will ha low, Uo for reservod during President Cleveland's first terra. is not a man in '.the country who would tested election case of O'Neill against seats, 25 for others, and 15 to gallery. Tho annual Indian appropriation havo lesa oxcuso for Biich a Bin than I Tho Metropolitan Oroheatruof Stanford, Joy from St. Louis. Joy, republican, holding tho Beat but ho was bill, now in course of preparation, pro- had, and, further, I am prepared to say ono of tho beat iu this section of Kenhas been hibits tho plurality of Indian wives, or that looking back upon it all now, tho tucky, will furnish music, during the inouHed by n vot of 1V5 to 28 Indian plural cohabitation as man and hell that I have gone through in tho past termissions. : Ths Louisville Commercial is gradually wife. 10 years, baa beonjmore than I deserve. : becomiug a typo machine set paper and Charlea Hermans, a newspaper man, Pension Agent Walton has propared I have endeavored, to toll the truth about tLo improvement is very marked. Tho hia report for tho month of March. Dur- this wholo affair.but ono thing I can say of Wheoling, W. Va., mysteriously bold faced and badly worn brevier did ing this period the amount of money there was ono phaso of punishment I appeared ot tho ovo of his wedding day not comport with the contents of that paid out for pen.iiona in Kentucky, vma would not suffer or 4endure, and that a and tho intended bridu'a friends nro bcourlng tho country for him' newsy aud interesting sheet. $57,403.53. marriage to that woman." ly Semi-Week- InteriorJouknal This may bo au off year, and in point 6 OR 8 PAGES. EVERY PBIDAY. Pittsburgh and Allegheny gave Cox-e- y a cold reception. Forty of his high privates have been gived 30 days in tho workhouse for vagrancy and 33 others wc.--o to bo triod on the same charge As a result of tho veto of tho seigniorage bill, n movement has been started for tho holding of a national convention of tho South aud West for tho organization of a now party on a freo-stlvp'at-form. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Strange Things cus-tomc- y. er Pollard-Breckinridg- o prohibi-hitior.ist- s, Most Complete Stock We Can Save You Money ut Bai-lo- CREDIT BUSINESS. - te vio-lonc- e Semi-Week- ly en-for- LOUISVILLE : STORE, I Bhown-Skquak- o, v tWfettttMj taMfc ic SPRING AND SUMMER Ex-Go- v. GOODS. COMB T SEE. DISC HARROW, -- The Bpown Cultivator, J, K. VANARSDALE, GLASSWARE, QUEENS WARE, post-offi- ce be-twe- CHAMBER SETS, DINNER SETS, &c. Ruth-bon- e FARRIS - & HARDIN, -- We HaveGot Them. W,. di-i- . W. H. WEAREN & CO. . -- j 33SS5E33SS3EJ ?jm. iw- - rr W-- " it Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal Ai'ittt. !5, The Lnteat. NSBOTH 10016. Standard ltulo 6. Stanfohd, Ky., ISfll W. T. WALTON. DEMOCRATIU NOMINEES. i)inujcfeijffliinfl LUCKLESS A Record training. 1 a:ioi Will remain In the ttud till June itt, and then go into A. L. HutcMng'a hand for Sired by Walslnghnm 2100, She cf dam Tinicl a dam Ilea For County Judge. Clerk Sheriff Atsetsur . JrtS. WA1.KI O J Aturt.ey R GIVEN II COOPER II. PA XI ON J dam eiic Sajte 4 J.ilfr T I). NEW LAN!) h II KKNNKDV O. W DEHOR!) WEre SUFFER From that old omplamt w en you can licnlly cine J by tin BABIES. te pinna and especially of those who owe it in decree to themselves thnt they uro in want, ono Is led to modify such Diseaso Cured Without Medicine opinion. Almost nil of tlio mothers among these people who come under Net an e eclrte ett or battiry, .iul a l tuple roudumimtlon, however, lire they that home which cauaea t li entire bed) ol huvo degraded themselves by the uso the patient to bi)fl) of intoxicant. The mother hits to become lower thnu u beast before she can abuse her baby, lint when tho records of societies for tho aid of chilAiV your neighbor abi it It If he cu not till dren show that children In arms have e. writ to us fo'oneof our ook.t jcu, Ihjcii whipped with thongs and utrnps, Nothing hat ever ucclvtd mi many testimonial f whom from trutlorr pertons, many a.c have been thrown nn missiles from ono koawn to us Western Recorder I.uuisvil'e infuriated parent to another, havo The Ktectropoue li a tutslerylo me; almoit a been ncarcd with hot irous by mad and miracle. Elder John I Rudgers. drunhen fathers ami mothers, havo In one night the Klectrapolxi relirvet me ol even met with worse cruelty, too congestion of the brain and ttrtlgu. Hcv Geo 11. Meant, Cotlngton, Ky shocking for recital lu our sensitive A frit ml ol min wi Milrvir cured ef the oars, ono sees how possible It is for habit with Elcctrapoltc he. 'V. W. Ilruce, rutin and woman to fall Into a condi- rooted nnd stocky, say fifteen Inches in Huitonvllle, Ky. The Klectrepoiie u a waxterftil instrument atiii tion even lower than that of tho height, it should be tied to tho first It l more wonderful at te how It dr. lit work brutes. slat anil tho holo filled with water yet It Iota It. V E C Hrtnley, JI'Ww., Louis title, Ky. That a mothor can desert her new- several times each da'. When it has HAilliett Dulldli K Webb, yf Fourth it , born baby, leaving it to the mercy of grown pretty well up to tho second slat Kv tho raco, or even do ro knowing that 3'on must push tho vino toward tho speedy death is tho best thing Unit can side on which the -t slat was nailed. happen to it, wo uro nil awure; but Then nail on a slut oa tho other sldo oi when u child is found creeping in tho garbage of n tenement house yard, It . ""' Shorten anJ quickest bcttvrtn as if tho child had been In tho mother's arms long enough for lovo to Only Direct Line between have grown so that such desertion Frankfort, Geonrotown and Parle, would be Impossible. It is quite as difficult to understand tho condition of a Ourllslo, Miiysvillo, Oynthlunii, Falmouth and Covlntfton. mother who craves strongdrink to such All. fur tnket. via Kentucky Midland Train an extent that she sells wardrobo and "S.iy, Fntty, havo you got $20? I run by Central SUm'ard lime. bodolothes and furnituro to buy it promised to take my girl to the opera, Time Tabl J April i, tttjj. while her children starve, or splits No i. TUAINS EAST No 7 No j and I am dead broke." p m. a in. p in clinlr nutl table for kindling-woo"That's singular. Now, I hnvo $20 Leave I'ranktort A 100 rather thnn upend for that tho money 700 and no girl. I'll match you to see Summit 41) 7 erf. 10 oven tho " Klknarn 7 that t 4 nj more goes for drink; orwomanthat ofdulls whether you take the f20 or I take tho " Swiiur 716 40 who girl to tho opera." Life. ' Stamping jiovnd 71) 4)1 mi cold and hunger for her children by ' Duvall 1 it 4 it 10 " JohOMtl .. 7 t 10 giving them tho poison too. The cat " Georgetown. ..II 7 4 IriivliK n Dlntlnctlon. (11 t ji loves Iter kittens better than that; she " C S. Depot 1 i 7 jc 3 o " Newieti .. tuft r does not wist them off till they can do 5 ji i.cntrevtiic. ....... 1 3 jr. for themselves; tho. wild boar of tho ' .. o FJoatxih t j 341 1 J Arrive 1'ant woods who dies for hur cubs at need Is C 4 cm tho nobler nnlmal. It should movo tho heart of every TRAINS WKal. Nd t. Nm 4. N 1 No 11 a tu p in. a. m, p. m. mother who has been kept from tempLve I'arii .... C. ....... 9 oj 603 44) tation herself, nnd whose rosy darlings Arr KMaibeih 0 1$ tic 431 6 if Arr Centrerl Ic... . 9 jew are shielded by warm tenderness, to A 7 Arr Newtown ........ 9 1 5 ji think of these wretched little beings, Depot mwu41 Air C. S - 9 5 jo who would bo too amazed, if brought Air Georgetown II 10 jy 043 747 TOMATO OIWWN OK TllELUS. Arr Julinin 47 t 51 loo into such hnpplness as tholrs, to know I 10 Arr Duvall ......II 51 $f what it mount. It should seem to tho pole, nnd half way between tha. Arr Stamp's Ground 11 oh 8ji Air Swmer these fortunate mothers that it is not 7 ij it to tiiuut. urnb uuii uiu riuun Arr Etkhuin ..u 17 72 enough to do tholr duty within their to this Bcuuimand as runvt-- vine keeps 95 j6 g n .,u 13 Arr uiuirlt 7 tho own four walls; thnt' a part of tholr climbing slat, Arr Frankfin .A .1131 3 733 putupward, A connecta with I. .V N duty lies beyond, where these llttlo ting on slats, and you must keepvines fastening tho II cooneeta with Q .V C. anil L. S. creatures are to bo found In their to them. In this way you will boon CaooDFCli with n C squalor and distress; nnd that aside have SlNDWTRUNS. the woodwork completely covered from tho obligation to tho neighbor Leave Franklarl 9 00 a in; 00 a in with a donso growth of green vinos m. I.ve Georgetown 37, arrivn r'rauVU. t 11 ) thus Involved Is tho further obligation p. m. to their own children of preventing, as and loaves, and such an abundanco of The Kentucky Midlnd Ka lertr and conorc fruit that will astonish you. I used tiont fsrui the thortntt and chcapett route to all far as may bo, such ruin. Harper's tomato, but tho yollow I pointa c...i. t..., wi. h.i it... Ilazar. For further mfiirmation apply to ih"' any vigorous sort with a largo top may ' ' 111, Ag n Miss Shnrpc I celebrato my twenty-fourt- h C D HtltC" bo used. Tho yellow fruit on my vines, CHENILLE FLOWERS. r.u. iiAicrt.ii, 00a. aunt birthday tomorrow. growing in clusters, was very ornaA Itlrli Irliimiluc for llntn Wlileli Can Mies Oldnge Indeed? And isn't it mental, and admired by all who saw Jin .Miiilr nt lluiuru thorn. Although not as vnluablo for singnlnr? So do II Chcnillo Dowers In shndes of red goneral purposes as some of tho larger Miss Shnrpe Oh, but I celobrato mine from palest pink to deepest crimson, red varieties, thoy make really fino for tho first time! Vogue. also In yellow and white, are a rich pickles, aro very acceptable in tho garniture for hats. Six petals com- winter-time- , and with tho thermometer nt "Wliul'a In n NumB?" BEST OFFEREVER MADE pose a flower, each being formed of a to the top of ten below zero, and snow piece of wire five Inches long, covered the front fence. Frank Finch, in Farm with chenille and bent into a loop as nnd Fireside. shown in cut. A large headed pin forms tho center about which the Hint to tho Vilfttt Oueft. petals are ranged. Long wires exA blue eyed person never looks so tended for tho stem are either covered blue-eyens in a blue dress or white with chenille, or slipped Into large with a blue cravat, whereas the strong blno of the fabric might have btvn ex-- , nyr Tiraj pected to dim the slight blue of tho eye. A woman with remarkably red lips clnd in dull heliotrope, with amethysts, hax nil tho coral taken from her mouth, which wears instead n light heliotrope tint, and with this pink the pink of her check is nlso ""SftwTtj. mLH4. vfrtM.X touched. An ordinary or even sallow Strnngor Who is that man roaring cheek never looks so beautifully whito around thero nnd cursing and swearing Every club of Ten Yearly as over a whito dress which seemed to at everything nnd every ono? will get ono alniro of 85,000. threaten to darken It. And beautiful Foreman (in awed whisper) Sure, Every club of Fivo Yearly ns tho "lusthotio" colors wero in their that's tho civil engineer. Puck. will get one half a ebaro of day, they quenched and dimmed their 15,000. wcarors to their own tone. This Is A Naturnl Mlatake. A The- number of shares is fixed by not to bo easily explained by any the- number of cluba of ten that will Nor can ono known chromatic rules. say why turquoise bluo darkens dark bo received by ua from eyes and ndds to their brightness. ExNov. 1, 1893, to March 31, 1894, periment and verification should bo ns much valued by tho women as by tho On an ofTcr of $1,500 last spring, Comtist philosopher. CIIKMI.I.i: FLOWKIIS. running thrco months, ending Juno Iteclp for I'rpnoh Nougat. 30, 1893, for cluba of five, each club rubber tubing. A pleasing variety is French nougat Is ono of tho most deobtained by varying tho depth of tho agent received $4.53 in cash besides and this Is his commissions. That oiler was $500 color used and tho size of tho (lowers. licious of confections,sure tho nuts tho aro Duds arc stimulated by fastening three way to mnko it: He a month for thrco months. loops to a stem. A hat trimmed with fresh, nnd prepare a generous supply. Wo now offer $1,000 a month for nothing but such flowers, either in You must have llrazil nuts, peanuts, fivo months, or a total of clusters or strown over a broad droop- hickory nuts and almonds, and nlso ing brim, Is exceedingly becoming, nnd some walnut meats. Chop thom all, represents a pretty bit of warm color but not flue enough to make them oily. Little BoyMa, is that lady tho coachbesides tho regular commissions, and in the murky lapse between winter and Stew them ns thick as possible on a man's wife? Hallo. spring. Anna Illnrichs, in llurul New shallow tin pan thnt has boon woll will greased with sweet butter; mix in with Yorker. Feeling Poor. Guarantee 40percent. Gross Profit the meats somo candied ornngo and Female Clertu In Drujf Store. lemon peel nnd half a dozen finely Why don't more druggists employ chopped stoned dates. Boll your sirup, A full club of fivo or ten must como at ono timo in order to share in ono woman clerk ut least? Ono meets made of two pounds of sugar ond a cup women behind tho counter of most of water, until a drop hardens in cold this offer. seen but Agenta may send oa many clubs as tradesmen, thoy thoy aro seldom most water. Add a tablespoon ful of strained would often bo they can raiso within timo specified hero, whero lemon Julco and then pour over tho welcome. This has nothing and can havo papers sent to any peculiarly their studying and qualify- nutfl; mark into squares whllo Bof t and to do with lot it cool before taking from the pan. address. ing thcinselvos as chemists, and with la Tho WEEKLY ENQUIRER tholr doing up n doctor's prescriptions. rie Crnat Without Lanl. tho Largest, Best, Clean, Moral, Ele- It only means their waiting on tho Ono pint flour; 1 heaping teaspoon-fu- l I vating Dollar Newspaper for a family many women who go into a drugstore, baking powder; butter slzo of nn favorite now printed in tho United nnd hardly caro to inform tho waiting egg; cold water to mix. Sift flour and man of tholr Ulnessos and their needed baking powder several times, rub in StUco. Samplo copies free. If women over want to be tho butter, then ndd water enough to remedies. "Leud mo ten, Fweddle." INQUIRER COMPANY, tended by their own sex it is in a drug mix nicely. This quantity will moko "Can't do it. I've just been jilted by store. girl worth half n million." Lifo. four pies. CINCINNATI, 1 Electropoise Othtii hive been . Ktr.tucR riinan of l.lfn In .New Vork nut! Otlmr i.'ltle. It used to lxi thought tlmtn inothcr'n toiulvrncfts wns Homotliliif,' no power could vlTiice, liut when nnu exntitlnuu the condition of the MifTurhitf indigent, home GROWING TOMATOES. Training thn Vine 8u That Thoy An Thing of Demit). Mr. Snorkiii8 is bothered by Florida flics. 1 Electioneer, aire of ua in tho a 30 hit, Liberty, ton of Lance, by American Fclipie. Walalngham 21I6, aire of N'aboth, is oce of the youngeit tons of George Wilkes 519 record 1:3 J, who aired Harry Wilkes, anjVa Guy Wilkis, J'isH. M'" Wilkes, aiiyJi. Wilcox, 1:16, and 62 others in 2.30 list; alto 41 piodicingaon and 19 ptoducing daughters. Note. Noboth is a bay horre, 16 hands high, foaled June a3, i853. His pdigrce contains the blood ofHambletonian, George Wllker, Mambrlno Chief, Pilot, Jr., and Harry Clay. Latitude, and 7 or 8 otlieri in the list. by McMpnger Duroc 106, ton of Ilambtetontnn and aire ol Elaine, :o, the (Urn of Norlaine, yearling record 1 31 J4- Sister to lame; Howell, Jr., by lUmbletonlan 10, lire of Dexter 3:17- by Harry Clay 43, lire of the dama of St. Julian, Ilodine itiglfi and i more that have produced trotter; alao aire of the dam oi lUi i:ui, dan i.,.." ly At S25 to Insure a Living Colt. tired, why nil yon OXYGEN. t I opl-a- Thinking that your readers might b My two fine Saddle Stallions, Interested in tho manner in which grew a tomato vino eight feet lc height, I have had an tllustrutioc made which, with tho description Will also make the present season of 1891 at the low price ol CIO t) Insure a Living Colt. Both are give, will make It very easy to underelegantly bird and sure loal getters I will also stand stand. First, procure two poles thrct Two Fine $8 to or four Inches in diameter nt tho large end, nnd ten foot in length. IMact Stable two miles South ol Hustcnville on Morcland Carpenter's Station pike. them on tho ground side by side, sc J. K. BAUGHMAN, thoy will be about twenty luchcs'nparl Huitonvllle, Ky at tho largo end and ten inchci apart nt tho small end. Next, make some slats one inch thick by two oi . thrco inches in width. Nail ono acrosi Do buys a chameleon, nnd theroaro no at tho top, another thirty Inches from flies ou him. Hallo. STANTAIID. tho largo ends, nnd three more between, so a$ to bo an equal distance Black Stallion.; Foaled in 1SS4; 15 Hands High. A Arrnncemcnt. apart. Then set firmly In tho ground, Sirod by tho Croat Dictator 13. nnd with a hoo or spado make a holo nt tho baso of thii by Almont 33. record 2:39!. i dare Alice a dam by Norman 25. ladder largo enough to hold a pail oi Hot tho plant In .Young Twyman mare. water. the 3 dam George Dictator will make the seitonol i8j JtClO to Insure a Living Colt or 3 the Scion. center, nnd after it hns got well STAR DENMARK and WILLIAM L. Jacks at Ac Insure. George Diotator 1 386-2- rlr bnsln-shnpe- d XjIE Hay stallion, nearly 16 hands high; foaled 1686; bred by George F. Keene, Shelbyvllle, Ky. l.ou-itvill- Sirod by Mambrino Lo Grand, Son of fl- mark. 1 Washington Den- Ky. Midland R'y; Cliicluiiall mid Frankfort W s JCfo 1 - dam Mack S Ik dam J dam Terms Same as above. Will alto stand one good JACK at a by Yellow Jacket, a great saddle horse. by Dretinon. by Highlander. 3 to Insure a Living Celt. M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky ClianDl DBUmarK, Jacks For Service. 205 d 1 11 . . 1 411 1 kindly-dispose- d This fine saddle stallion, Chancy Denmark 265, Tho following excellently bred Jacks will make will make the season oi iS4 at the sttble of Col. the season of 1894 at tny place, on the Stanlord & of a mile trom Hubtl:, Ky., on Lancaster pike: Underwood, the Ruth llratich Pike ai.d, 4 4 . Will Serve Marcs at $10. Chancy Denmark 365 is a bay horse, full 16 hands high, folei 1S37, sired by Hubble's On Time, dam by Old Stonewall Jackson. His colts are fino and of good aim and will compare with anybody's saddle stallion, Will also tund two royally bied jacks at the same place. JOE BLACKBUJE11T, .in 1 -- 11 . tj u IWim Mwm ssmhmXsMft The noted Jack that was bought at Levi Hubble's sale for $i,S6o; by 3rd Prince, he by ad Prince, lie by Imp Prince, itt dam Daity by Dixie, he by Irvine' Dixieby Klckapoo; 2d dam Nellie Gray by Lord Wellington; 3a data by Jim Porter. Will servo jennets at $25 lor jack and J10 tor jennet celts and will alto serve a TOM CURTIS. Is a coal black Jack, white points, ij'handt high, heavy body and good bone. He is by old Uour-bChief, the noted jennet jack of Madison that 's told for $1,000. iiourbon Chief was tired by Hercules, he by Imp. Hercules, and his dam by Imp Kspartero. Iiourbon Chiefs dam was by Col. Lear'a Imp. Napoleon 3rd, ind dam by Duena Vista, 3rd dam by Imp. Castillan. was sired by the great Compromise, he by Tippecanoe, he by Imp. Warrior, which was acknowledged the bett jennet jack ever in Kentucky. Iiourbon Chief is iGi hands high without shoes. Hen a coal black with rcealy note and for form, weight, style, action and appearance he hatnociiual, Tom Curtis' itt dam was by Joe Phelpt' big jack and her dam bv Sam Phelps' jack, jnd dam by L'lack Samson. Tom Curtis will terve on Limited Number of Mares at $10. Will also stand 2 Other Good Itlule Jacks i i 8 1 -- plum-shape- d I IPS llff ta At Eight Dollars. Insure all colts till four monthi old. Lien retained tlit season money is paid. When mares or jennets are traded or removed before the fact Is ascertained as to beiair i foal, insurance is forfeited and makes season money due. Care taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but not responsible should any occur. Thauking our customers lor their past favors we solicit a continuance of same . It L. HUIIBLE, e 6 Lancatter, Ky. Pott-oflic- .'J J 1 The Saddle Stallion, WALLACE DENMARK 55, AND 11 Jennets at $20 for Jack and $15 for Jennets Colts; Mares $8. LEXEL 262. The above named stallions will make tho leaton at toy larm ixt miles wwt ol Hustonvllie, near Carpenter's Station. ii Wallace Denmark 55, Goes all the gaits to peifection and without any I3'4 hands high, sired by old Iiourbon Ch.ef, rs whese pedigree It glten above. His dam wit training trots under 3:40 Filtcet: and Waik Jennet, she bv a jack by Jaon Walker's hands hitth. II Sumptcr Denmark, Jr; he by Goddard's Cmiiilian and cut of a lull sitter to Iluena Vista, who wat out oi a jennet by HUck Samon. He Denmark, he bv G.mie. & Cromwell's Denmark. Kill stand atC3 he by the race horse Denmark, he by Imp. lledgc- oru. The scrwre Ice will be due in all cases where dam rnares are parted with or leave th country Fannie Wallace No. 36, by Sir Wallace, i atceitained by ut, reA Hen ne oy lotlnuiiter when such fact Mr Wallace, he by Sir Albert fthorouchbre I tained on all colts till tratiii lev it paid.. s Iloth Jacks liae pro en theiurclves .dam.. by virgintus uiatn 01 virgintus lit Iran- by, tMcroughbred he by Mason's Whip, bretdeis. All colts insured till four months old. Care takentopreveut accidents but not responinorougnDit'u.j a Whip Mare. sible should ai) occur. 3 dam three-quarte1 first-clas- $5,000 Cash CINCINNATI Given Away Epirer. Sub-ecribcSub-ficribe- d UNDERWOOD BROTHERS, Hubble, Ky. $16 the Insurance. WeeKlg - ra ra - if - r Sixteen hands high. Ily Wallace Dennaik 35. tee pedigree of Wallace Denmark J Mag 37, by Virtettc, by Vindex, he by ijdam Mood's lllack Hawk, he by Old Illack Son of William Welch, son of Rytdyk's Hawk. Vidette's 1st nam by Whip ad dam Gallatin, 3d dam Old Tiger. 10, out of Pauline by Almont Forrest, he Vindex's 1st dam by Mambrino Chicfii; by Old Almont, he by Alexander's Abnallah, he by ad dam by Old Hay Messenger, 3d dam Rytd)k's Hambletonlan to, all standaid and by Cannon's Whip. with ail the trotters you want on both a dam Julia Wallace, by Sir Wallace, he by sirtrs, with records as low as 205. Todhunter's Sir Wallace, h bf Sir Welchmont imparts trotting action to his colt Albeit thoroughbred.) all over Several have shown a 2:25 gait. He it tull 16 bands high, black a a crow; imby Virgiclus, he by Mason's Whip, 3 dam ( Thoroughbred. parts high kuee action, lilt coltt make fine New a Whip Mare. Vork saddlers. He It a fine Individual anil stands 4 Oam at Huitonvllle at my stable at Ham-bletontret;-l.ter- td Welclimonfc 6367. I.e.xel 262. 11 if u i $10 to Insun a Living Oolt.or $5 the Season, horte Loer than any other V. S. in Kentucky bred like him. CARPENTER, Huslouville, Ky. $10 the Insurance. Stock committed to my caro and breeding will rtceive my pertonal attention. Grass furnished at reasonable rates to be paid before removal of stock. No responsibility for accidents or escapes. Patting with stock forfeits iusurancc. J STEELE CARPENTER, Huttor.ville, Ky. F I 17 M .J $5,000 for five months, 109 .iVi-ni 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Uncut t?it fJl ;.l. ketwe.4 (.latlcc- - i CiBcinuatl ta LhattutMjfa, tiCtn tl Atoua, tr JktamvilW.il Jlln.rtc.l wi.ici I . anl Cttcent -. JVmt Dr1. .) 1 . ill n a'M N 1 t.iu li It cP's C I u' iv.-t-sl :'. 1 . !. VJ B'd 1 ivrlvu. SOLID VESTIDULED TRAiKG t-- rl. of theaWa tolnti. Thronrh Cart tt Vlcktlory 'f Onlv I n rtinoiU'T I' ronr', 1 11 I, lana.i Ij I.im ,ul. kt.1 Ath.Tille. S'. (.'. Dmst Ha l T.xatiui.l 'Irlc vU 1 N.w Orlwn.tr i ShnvrKrt. Atk tftntt aUuttnun I California. nn Iui.Tltlt. iltrtn t conueelUa Is naJd tt J.citustoa fhrltjvitlo Kiit lth iiUljaIJ trxlnj t all (ulnt. tvmth. W. C, RIN'EARSON. Of n'l ratt'r Agtat, CiatUuiktl, O. Utir.tn 11 w Hrfl a h. QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. I X.mUim WUinfMi erfT.t.MCTieasJ sj jrf.e mil rfk.. x vMm'jmisiuci&uL BRIGHT VERSE. First Lore. i A The IncTltnblo. " My love was young. 1 loved her no. That spite of Ml 1 vainly did To keep It as a secret bid, All naturo seemed to know. Ho loves her so," the bluoblrdd strop, He loves her so," caught up the breeze. Whispering soft to the old 0.1k trocs, Ho loves her so, sho Is so young." Cut out two circles of pasteboard the bIzo of nn oiiliunry tea saucer nml cover each on both fides with figured silk or silkoline. Tuko n strip of tlm same, lout,', iintl outlier each entl, sewing it around f ot each of tlio circles preiwired. Then gather each fcelvago of the silk with cord tiiree-iiunrtiTa- Ilnlntr Worklmg. Commissioner's Sals Of a Store-Hous- POSTED. This notlc forewarns hunters, fithsrraec and others not to trespass on our lands without per mission, as all siiwh will be prosecuted to the fuj est catontof the law. Signed: m, r.ACKowtrz. e and Lot and the Famous yrl )fi5iHCiHaVM -- Green : ISriar : Sprlnj;. one-hal- HmBKsV T Mylovo was youtur, Her cheek grow red. When, with toy youthful heart grown bold, My sweet confession all was told " I love you. too," sho said. The brcezo had paused and about us hung. It listened to her honoyed words And gave thcin back to tho trees and birds Slio loves him, too; she is so young." My lovo was young And so was L Lovo held a glass before our oyes Through which tho world scutnei l'aradlso, So swift tho days went by: Until our kuell of lovo was rung Lal Gracious mo" our mothers said, ings And wo were spanked and put to end that way when we are young. In Truth. Koy I bed-ThMcCa-rdeU- MNC JbN CIHCUIT COUUT. D, O. Slaughter's Admr , I'Uintiir,) J. Notice of Sale Again.t O. O Slsughter'shrs A- - irs, Delt.J Pursuant ton Judgment hervin at the Kebrusry term of this Cojrl. t.'io undersuiiil Lotiiinusiunrr will on II NKWI.AND. O. C I.YON. WHITE. JI I..IIKCK. R L. C HALL. KKKDItAUMANN. N J. PlilKIt IIALMKR. IS PHILLIPS. K HltUCK. Mr. Otto Town Ye.', I always do my wife's shopping once a month. It's an awful job, and I shall bo glad when I get brjmo with these thiugb! He died In Kome' the dull book said: The canvas ail a'low riung back tho llu tli.it I had read And calmly answered no! James Klloy, In N. Y. Independent. A .Mistake. I'vo read it on tbo printed page, In many a song I've heard it sung, It's been docUrod by many a s.ige Tho endless leugth of woman's tongue. They say that stars may cease to shine, That comets from their talU may sever. That solar systems may untwine, Hut wonun'M tongue runs on forever. Hut this is not the truth, I guess, I'or when I asked, tho other day, A little girl to Just say "yes." Sho didn't bnvo n word to say. Tom M.isaon, In Detroit Free Press. In n Picture Cillery. H I , fv'i Sl'jir1 ' mun in 4&f&f(Xr ' City Friend (tho following morning) leavens, Town ! Haven't you been homo with thoso things yot? Mr. Otto Town (dejectedly) Yes, I'm only bringing some of them back to bo There's grace and beauty blended, as bho trlpj exchanged. Puck. Rtiessing contests. A wonderful amount so g.iyly by; 1,Thorc's a wealth of love in keeping and of interest was taken in the oiler of The Critical Word. thcro's misihUf in her eye." 000 for tho closest giUBaea to the coldest Do ware, O youth, Impressible, day and temperature during Fobrtiitry, Admire, but bo ware. at Louisville, and much valuable inforThere's a bit of natlvo coquetry behind tho faso mation was gathered by subscribers on so fair. tho subject. This contest has just been Tho gracp and beauty in her step, as she trips decided, there being 2S lucky guessers. g.tvly by, Aro for the moment only "There's mischief in now makes The Weekly Couner-Journn- l her oyo." another oiler ou the fattio line. For tl e John Wontworth, In Good Housekeeping closest guesses to the amount otrain Unit The Itrlght M1I0. will fall nt Louisville during the mouth Looking on the bright sido of May, the Weekly Courier Jourim! That's the way to go: Bet you It's tho right slilo 4 will give $1,000. Thia inouev will be Summertime or huovt! divided into 10 presents one ol 1500, Nuthln' much in grlovin' two of $100 eHcb, two of $50 each, four of Keeps you In the groove; $'.'5 each, and 10,of $10 each. Each guess It's a man's bcllevln' Makes the mountains movol must bo accompanied by f 1, to pay for "Does your daughter speak the foreign one year's 'eubecription to tho Weekly Clouds is got a light sido languages?" All the bells'U chime; tho beet democrat pa"Not very much, but sho has learned Lookln' on tho bright sido The rainfall is per published. . to say 'Yea' in six of them." Life. Gits there every timet Atlanta Constitution. measured, to tho hundredth part Whither Are Wo Drifting? of an inch. The heaviest rain-fa- ll in Her Kriixou. May during tho past 20 years wan eevrti "Tis strango that It always Is easy For a man when he's flirting, you know, hundreds of an inch. inches and forty-siTo swear to u woman ho loves her, The lightest was.tono inch even. The Uy all that's above and below. measurements are made by tho GovernBut when he Is truly In earnest, 1 Tell mo the ment otliclals of the. Weather Bureau at I pray, "Tin awfully hard to utter Louisville. Sample copies of the paper 5 1111 T! a Tho words that ho fain would sayr" 9 Aiti-rif with full particulars of the contest, will rw&rt&ww ' .y iv-- s. Sho replied, as her dimples deepened: u wi'M besentfree to any address. Write at .7. n.vs ? The reason Is simple, forsooth: once, as under no circumstances will any 'Tis because It is awfully hard, sir, For a man to utter the truth." guesses be received after April 30th. -- Dixio Wolcott, In Life. LouAddn-sWeekly Courier-Journaisville, KV; Gotl'a Word. "There's .Mischief In Her Kyr," There's a fascinating presence floating out upon tho air; Smiles lurk upon her features, and sunshine lights her h.Ur. - P. M , on llctwern the onrs of u A M., anil the ublk inaie m tne tnwn of Crad Orchard, KY , at iihIhii. outcry t the hlghcvt and Iwst bid VII PIUNOS, fue trom tho der prrcnt season at claimliKK.fcN 1IKI homoload of ilrtedent's widuw Di'iimatk Cl lef 111 mak-th- e of dimror .r I hn tract uf land onloted to lie sold is the popular (trvn Itrur Springs ptope',vi This stable, which Is run n connection with the and n M)ers Hume, has been supplied witb hush, five liaml Inch's He is a nice biy, 15 nut been old He saddle wdl but h Resort Healthful A New Lot of Horses, trained. Ho if by Hut hmon Chief. No Hulchinvin ChicTii llisl I heSi'rlnjs rr f t,oiis Rr their life givlnc, med by Mettcnecr Chid Buggies, Wagons, n 'er AMhI-li- h, jr Air bir Sentinel; id dim dim ami ne wattrs Mrnwnser jj darn by Ked Jackt, MamlirliHi Ch.ef by kina hIhI miner Inew I he I tract buildings con- - nt,.. rummer's Supplies nnd Is belter than evoi if land rmnmutiiM .,r all Abdullah Pilot, 1st dam by wU acie, tuatnl H tnWtt Itom Crab ptepaie wupply tbo public with tddam by Manibiino Clikt. jd dam by Imp Orchard, Ky , cn the road to Dnpplng' Springs, comp Islon two tracts In one body, tie fiit con- - FIRST-CLAS- S 111(33 OF ALL, KINDS. 1 Dcnntaik Chirrs 1st dam was sired by bumpier taiuii IJ ya-- i a m.rr "a me ujiiiuiu Denmark, he by th- Demnaik, he by (.'ioldaid' On the Irrmrr Personal and provptaltention gi ven to Weddings tint, containing iookiii ftamrft & Cromwell' Denmark, he by ihe rate m reieril to the faulty of of 13 by Ileiltfclofd hoie Denmark, h I'm the Imp. by Krd l.lon. His tr it RIhkU Sione the neM to use vva'er for fami Parties aud Muriate Mr P. V. GKKKN. , jd dam ad Oam washy On ly purposes frn u the spring noaro-- the prf sent res- AL HUKNS. Manager Proprietor Mares paried with lorfeils the InMiraiue 'tUncu awl in rner Nctiimiy tne rignuo use wa-t- r Will m.ik th oon three miles fiom Crah from springs on Stanford pikv sanl for family purposepas way all the same lr his Orcluid, on the Crab Onhvd and over trti k and also a SAMITKL COCHRAN, fillds ailjidnlrg it I he two insets will be sold us Crab Orchard, Ky one. I h CommlssfuiMr wi'l alio pursuant to tho judgment herein o Situruav, the ant day of or stout sewing silk until tho gather. between u A M.and J P. M. at the April tho length of tho edges one-hal- f railway station at Paint I ick In Canard Co . tell Schedule Nov 19, JS9J at public outcry to th highoit and best btildor, and fasten cotd or silk firmly to tho cir IbeSIOKK-lltlUSKanLO I' In Oarrard councles. Two fctraps of riblon to hang the LKAVK NOIllON DAILY ty, Ky.. sltuatrd on the walru of Paint Lick. (.ri-cand In thr forks 01 iIim Richmond, I.ancai-terwholo up by, and a big Ihw of tho sniuu Uraham, liluefield, Pocahentu l'J:BOl) l'Uii Lynchbun;, III l.owHl and Spo.mvll.e turnplko rcli Kuhmord and Noilelk. on tho circlo that will hang outermost, Will make the preieat season of 1694 nt tho farm will also bo id free of widiw's claim of duw er or Sleeping Cart I nun Roanoke U Norl(4k also completes this charmingly convenient of the late I.. D. Garner, j miles from Irab Or- homestrad Ibe (intti llriar .ptinci rnd the from l.ybchburgls Klchmonil Stoie-lluu- ie and Lot w. , irld to pay the debt trains lor I'otahontna, I'owlmtan and fjooiln bag. It is specially useful, because it chard, it this action, the wiIIImvc llluefiehl dally at n jo a m, ii jj p lu. ol tht decedent and th rusts has no draw strings to wear it out, nml nt the i moral property being insulli proceeds Leave HluoAold o y a m aud e mp m duly for Old. cli-- for that purpose a Colt 4 Months Ketuiv ami OduRibus, O , Chicago and all psviuts becauso work can bo put in or taken out $G Terms nl Salo Cre it sf sit months, llond West Pullman levpceon M p m train for Co as it hangs, without tho trouble of taking Hi Uncla U a Kid Hay Stallion, Saddle and liar' with gtrnil MCiirny rcqulr d, payablo Its the umbos. bearinc Pr cent. Intel est from day ol ncss Combined, 16 hands hifh, fine stIe and acNertou liout the Kast daily at it down. A. I. W. site ana having the clfn.1 nf a jmtgraelit. l.len 11 Trains arrive at 40 a m. tion and has fine mine an i tall He was sired by rcsemd em prtpetty .11 additi' nal lecurlly for Kir furthcrlnlarmation as In schodules,raleit Abdallah Miiirnger, he by .MrfserKr Chief. It. C WAKKF.N. purchaic price. d ire . Jl'pJy to agents of Norfolk A-- WVstrrn How Much Rain Will Fall? M C L. C. C. W. ll.HKVILL, First dam by old I.eslrKtoii, the fine Niildle Courior-Journ- al Iips Tho Wcikly Oen. Pass. Agt Itmnoke, Vs. M K IIRA(i(J Trav Agent Btruck a popular nolo in its weather Denmark Chief. i, ik. SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1894, 3IVEKS I2(H SIC LXYEHY STABLE p. WLCREENLProp. Carriages, $5 to Insure a Living Colt well-kno- Summer miry WOT i W Ik w hm n. llof 1 o "Irigrolk to.Inauro i, NW KorfolkiWestemRa d fr Kali-roa- ci.i2TTOr, j:r. Coiiifiiishioiicr's Sale OP LAND. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. l's mi f- This fine jimncJneV will serve a limited iiMmlct ot mares at Kif.ht Dollirs. Soaion money dueif maro Is traded er parted W. S GAIINKK, with. CrabOrckarJ, Ky. San Frmcisco Portland GILT : EDGE : 261. will J Dotiioos, Ac , 1'lffi. by ' DovHees, Ac, Dell. RrHlamtH lilac NsHtrc ol sale Pamuaiil to a juilgmoHt hofrsn at tho February t'rwiiMhn .uurt, the underigaoi OommissMtMr agist Itevjanln Mnckrli's A kt World's Fair Record. CHICAGO - IA- - IVinc Hm tint dayaf Ihr April Irrm si lho l.ln coin County Court, at thocuurt house drr in tho BY SECOND town of Manlord, Ky ,beiwrn the hours of n a in and J p m. Mil to the high,! and be st Dam by old btonewall JacVsnn. Udder af public mitcry tne tract ol landoiilhe Dli Klver. in Llncc4n cotiniy. Kv , lancy saddle stallion will nake tho itsnw This mile Irum Mllledgev lie. Heir Hubble, known as the lloijsmln lllaikorby of IS.J4 at our staWe Kmr place, snd Lincoln county, Ky.. on the Munlord and piko. Owmtf to tho icarnty of money, we will stand him Containing 1G3 35-10- 0 Acres, nEQISTKHED. Mondnv, Aoril 9th, ivalr'l JEWEL 48. lCLlw",yliki H''tgaT MM I iUfCaOetit PULLMANSAND PARLOR CARS. ONLY INK FROM I.Ol liVII.LK At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when the colt Cones or mare partiil reasonable prices with Mares grsred or Not responsible Inr accidents should any occur. Uit Edo is a beautiful red sorrel, flaiy mano and tail.is hands 3iuches hljh; was foaled Sept 6, le' ard is a teifcct saddle horse. (Jilt Kdjewai showrlas a j irar.cld and look the sweipslake premium at Kirkivlllc nu Dan 1 hose viileand in hisowiirliiE at Harrodtburr who want to breed to a roou saddle stallion ate cordially luvilcd to look at our horse aud sec him move Courier-Journa- l, kclen-tiflcal- ly x roa.-o- n. fl & ,L..Mi k w . , i acxiLy .'Asj?vyj He was sired by Socond Jewel, ho by Cunningham s Jewel, he by old WashinKton Denmark. His first dam Minnie bv McDonald's Halcorn. i am by Wells' Cruudir, lili lit dam by Stfiiewsll lacksan, he by Washington Denmark, he by Hlack Denmark, his 1st dam by Crusader, ho by Old Whip, id dam a Kocky Mountain rraie MADISON SANDIDGE & SON, Milledgcvillc, Kr s l, Ciianokos tiik (. A C On Sunday April 1st, lho ppring schedules of passenger trains on the Q teen A Cn scent went In sun and moon and star into e fleet. The service has been careIlls message abluent Wesley WhyJIarrj' traveling nlono? fully arranged with a view to the convenThe Udders that tlecu tho grcon fluids ate Harry No, indeed! Wife's in tho ience of the public, and in order to handle Ills fragrant lines. Bmoking car. Sit down. Truth. ' spring and summer trallic in a manner Ills whispers aro the brceie. And His tho volco most comfortably and promptly. The Tho Ileal Dllllrulty. That bidu tho lerncs upon tho truvs equipment of the (Jieon A Crescent lb Slug and rejoice. known everywhere for its elegance and Go forth, O soul nor fear. convenienc", and tho new schedules an Nor doubt, for He iutendel tt increisj itn va'ue to the Shall make tho ears of faith to bur, 3.M !L fiVh 'lho eyes tosro. Irrtveler. Ask agents, for time, informaFrank I). Sherman, In S. S. Times. tion, etc. W. C. Kmearson, (J. I A., Cincinnati, O. t AftiT School. I Ki-p- Not only In the Book Is found God's word. But in the song of every brook And every bird. EIGLE : BIRD. Winner ol tht 5so Stake at LeaitRitn. Winner of Swtrpstakc Piemium at I.eiii'Ktcn. Winner of Agod Premium and Swerpstakes at Paris. Won Second .Money in In stakes at Vei sallies o Slakes at Nwhlas-vil- l. W.,ii '1 hird Money In at Stanford. Dantllle. Won n with small star, Lacle Hird is a heatuinl fcl tine nd stands over 16 hand liih, has Ikvvinif Vn Moy in $jo Stakes the $icm CnolMil Purse at I'svnrih 11 I am To keep you, Tom and Joo; I do uot Uko to punish you, licfumo it grioves me so." Hut hopeful Tommy whispered To naughty llttlo Joe, " If she a so xrry sorry, May bo sho'll let us go!" sorry," ald tholr teacher, I Pit Wvfiy&m WvSoFT Illinois and Wisconsin, -- Adm L. MltcJblll, In St Nicholas big, , My Athlutlc (llrl. Three times a week, with dumb-bell- s Shu tolls and knows no case, And, clad In totno ungraceful rig, Sho cllngj to the trapeze Upon the horizontal tar I'etidulum-llksho swings, And, like some lady circus star, Spins round upon tho ring. e J - " been very Wisconsin Central, which aptlv termed "tho line of lakes." ParHo (nervously) Do you think it right ticular attention has been paid to this for us to bo here ulouo without a chap- class of travel, and every comfort and eron? convenience of passengers looked after. Sho Oh, yes. Mother says sho would There are good hotels stall these retreats not bo afraid to trust mo any wheto with which op?u about June 1st and afTord you. very good accommodations at reasonable He But I don't know whether I daro rates. trust myself with you. Brooklyn Life. maps nml For full particulars, guide books, address J as. O. Pond, Genl. I'afsr. ArL Milwaukee, Wie. Her Preference. 1ms As every one knows, contain the most delightful summer resorts in the northwest, and they are best reached by the Washington Denmaik; htuvy tail. Kihr icle, Kalc lllrd was slrtd by winner of nitre than 48 Illue 1 iei. Flrt dam by SUr t'OK'c, ion 6f Cablell'i and dam by Hamlet Denmark, ton of the-gre- lly the Danvtllo, DU And bounded ai folio Kiver .V Lancaster lurnpiko mad, en tLe north and t uih aud west by thr Kush llranch turnpike ruad and by the laid of James Kobimon, Simurl 'opoonamore ami others, and particularly tie-- a nbrd by meln and bouuJs in the petition and ludgmont and ordered to bo M under ihejudi; merit aforesaid of thlscomt. Said tract by order of this court was subdivided Inio three parcels and tho subdlv stons will bt offciod separately, in lho following order acres nn tho east The first panel of sido of lho Kush llramh pike ard adjoining th lands ol Samuel hpoonamoto, Mrs .Meocfco and Mrs. Ilall; then the heme plate, which willcin-tai- n aires, iniluding tho dwelling and uj other improvements, and the third parcl of 44 0 acres on the west end of the plscc divided from the main body of land by a dno running from the tump ke road nearly due west to lairrs ltobinon's huo. including a bcute, tho lom'r reserving th bids IheConi'r will thru offer all of said tracts in aero tract and the 14 nno or the ioj Su 100 aero tract In one body and the j ino acre tract britsrif.the offer proouciii; most money K' the acccptod bid ur bids. The n j$ 100 lo tract Includes tho family bu'ying' gioundi which h ol an acre; Jelucling saute leaves 10s is 10 acres and a right of way over same lo said f uryiiig grounds. Is t" tho family ol llrnjainin II aikerby aid his heirs Tho land Is purpose of division nt the proceeds sold fur the amccelllackrrhv's drvners and will be Purchaser or pur offered as hen In mdicatod chasers will tie placnl In possrsiu h ol alicscept the land in wheal, wbemiver lho terms nt saleaie complied witb. Minnie lllanJ, Katie Waller and Klliabrh lllackeflit.hrir nril dwiM-e- ol !i jamlu Itisck-othbung infants under 11 yeais id age, it n ad judge! that their inteirstin the proceeds ol sale be not loilwud. but retriain alien nn lho land until ihmr rtatHCllvr guar lanseircute ihe bonds required by liw or until troy reiptctlvely arrive at the Ke of si vears. and u months, tvrms of sute. On 1 credit nl the purchaser 10 itocittobond with spproved e t runty, payable to th (ore Imrrcit liom day of sale until pait and having Ihe upon which fnrce and illnl nf a ludgmi nt, Lion net paid at lin mil) issue Ifihe purcri4o matunty is rmri is money until all H C W Willi N, M C. I. C ' 1 1 te-i-oo RUNNING - DINING . CARS. WRI1K ro J. HKKD.O. P A. Uiileage, III. K. II. 1IACON. D P LoJisvil'e, Ky. A. F St. Paul. Denver. THE VEEI,Y GOURIER-dOURNA- L demoritic newspaper. HEN- f cvorything gwng It rontaliisthp RY WATTEKSON is the du..r Is a ten page eight column !! lly, sj-i- 1 PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. makes ThoWKrKLV COUUIKIt-IOUPNA- I. very lihoral terms to agent , and givis lief prelubs Sample copies of the paper sshI. t miums four page Premium Supj lemonl sent free to any addnes Write to 1 cne-fifl- fr reo-rvr- Tho COURIER-JOURNA- L CO. i.r, 1 ho al I.i)cViVII The KY. Serai Weekly Interior Journal, And s Wee Ul v Will be sent cue Courier-Journ- 1 Alrs, U , ar lo any address fcr S3 ?w. W. P WALTON. Sttnford, Ky r.Uintjliw ii-n- VOUIt FCTUKE ForTwo Cents (a stamp) any reader of Tiik I nt kkior Jouknai. can have a sample copy of The Southern Magazine by dropping a line to its publishers at Columbia Building, 1 j -- "ir Ml J.rJe&il 1 V.A X Nffil -- " J.& " W 31I dam by Harris' Den- mark, son of Miller's Denmark. Eagle Hird will stand the seanon of 1S91, at my farm two miles tit of Stanford, on the Shelly City pike, " Sv la,ri7 P J At $20 to Insure a Living Colt. conK X i ( i:ach day sho puts tho boxing gloves Upon her dainty hands. And, caring not for those she lores, Sho counters and she lands. v Ob, would to Heaven sho would try A much mora peaceful art, And go back to the days gone by Ez. When sho took up Dilsarte. For now I have to uo great care And know what I'm about, To kiss her I don't oen dure; Tho girl might knock mo out. Tom Masbon, in N. V. w-Sua Husband J km m ji Agony! Tho music ceased, the curtain rose, I did not heed tho play, Hut gazed upon tor lovely f.t; Sho t,at two seats away. Her cbeoks llko tlntod nppio bloom. Her teeth llko gleaming pearls, Bur eyed us bluo u.s summer skies, A wealth of golden curls. Ami an I gated upon her fuco There euine u look of puin; Llko cloudy shadow o'er the tutwt, Jt patiU, thm came amta; I saw tbo tear drop In her oyes, Tho rote tint fU away. And that fair cheek grow deathly pale In HiKt.hltMci iitfony. Where's my hat? Ah, there it is! Wife Sh tho pug is nsleop in it. You'll havo to take your derby. Hallo. i'rrparotl 1'iir KiouiceiirlCK. Money or enh nolc will be required when the fact is ascertained. Louisville, KyM and Eagle Uird is one it the grandest show horses in can obtain a club rate only Thoio who never load the advertisements in Kentucky. Monte Cristo, hii uncle, Is the on the Magazine and their newspapers ml more than they presume. hottc shown in the Illue Grass Circuit, that hi- - did Jonathan Kenison, ot Dolan, Worth county, Iowa, this paper by adwho hid been troubled with rheumatism in his not defeat. He could be relied upen to make a tick, arms and shoulders, read an item in his pi- gallant snow wherever called upon and alwaji (Serman citizen of Ft. dressing the publishper about bow a prominent Madhon had been cured. He procured the same finished as game ai a race horse, although some meditlne, and to use his own words: "It cured me er of right up. He alro says: "A neighbor and his ol tho "knowing ones'' pronounced him no good. in bed with rheumatism wi'e were both sick good colored Jouknai.. Their bor wxs ever to my house and said they As a breeder of fine, high styled, wem 10 tad he had to do the cooking. I told him coin, he is not surpassed by any hone in of Chamberlain's Pain lUlm ami how It had cured : me he got a bottle and It cured them up in a wn k so cent bottles tor salo by Or. S. G. Hock Mares from a distance will be furnished gran cr, Druggist, Stanfo'd. AT OTTENHEIM. alter May 1st at J1.50 rer month. ar.d must be paid taken to prevent at the removal of marn. Care UeKiiimnK on the lat Montlfty In Mnrcb, accidents and escapes, but not responsible should i8.)l, and 011 ench first Muuday thtreallcr, a block Markot will be held at Otlenheim for the aate any occur. nf Hones, Cnitle, btiffp rfkd Hogs. Poisons havWbn ItaUy was ricli, wo Rive !ut Vu&kI. ing slock to sell or thoiu wishing Pining with 01 removal ol ware ferfntt tins in- - ed to Hltend. 'there wdl le no to buy are invit' When hlio was 11 Cbikl, slw cried for Uistwrli. charyi! to anyWM LAN DORA HK, suraocr. body. Whi no Ix'como Slim, rfio clurs to CrMerUv. Utttnhoim, Ky. a Wll alo stand n fine m'e Jack at $7 When ibe h id Cttiklraabe gpvothem GvCorta. " livittf toll. K. P. WOODS, . Smnlord, Ky. " IC. x M IS IN YOUIt OWN IIANI). Palmistry ruviumos to tell what the lines In you hat.d Indicate. It will amuse j 011, If nothing more. The above ilUgram almost explains itself. The length of tho LINK OF LIFE indicatra probable aj;o to which you will live. Kach 11KACKLKT ltIvp,) yuu thirty yearn. LINK OV 1IKW1 denote brain power: clear LI Mi OH FORTUNE, fame or riches, lloih combined meat. sticcesi In life; bat you must keip up ivlth modern Ideas to win It. You will find pknty of these In Dt'tnorrrt'!! Family Mngarlne, ao attractively pie- senled tint every member of the family li enter. talnrd. It Is 1 dozen magaxlnra In one. ACLKAK LINK OF KKAItT bcstunUs tondcrnen; a straight LINK OF FATK. peireful life; the reverse If crookeil A well . detltied LINK OF 11KALTH spares on docprs' bum J ro will the health hints lu Demurest', No other inngazlue publitht'i many sturiea to Interest the homo rlrcio. You trill be suhket to extremes of high spirits or dosiiond- encv if ou Inve tho OIItDI.K OP VKNL'a well marked keep np yocr spirit by having Deinoreit'i Ma,'ai ne to rtud. lly lubMriblnt; to It fur 1'3I you will receive a jilh ry of exipilsilo work of art nf gront value. Ix sides the hik rli prrniluiu picture. "I'm DaDyt" which laalmorcaroal baby and oqmltothd original oil palniltigvvhkli c.nt A si and you will huvo a in itaxine that cannot ! qti:eil by any. ii the woild for Ifa taauilfiil lllustrntions an I mihjtrt matter, that will keni. vihi pxwtcd on all the 'op c of the day, ami all llw 'adf, uitd ditterent Items nf liitrrost aliunt the huehoM, bei.l'1'i furnishin',' Intcreitlng reading natter, both crtrvn anil gay. for tlw) "lioe family and hl'y IK- nore'l'a not n fashion masjrutln1', u f4oh!,iu pi? a aro irrfvet ami j'ou got with It, tf-of cost, all tho latieri.j joh w ih to um duilne the yoar, and In any rice ) u thiose. Stud In - wbeerljstlon at only $on. and yei vv ttl got ov-- r iJS (M u value. Additfa tli pulv Well-marke, 11 1 1 e The Intkkiok Kec-tuck- y. STOCK MAKSZET i"re $100 saxa'WA.UD 1 s i She turftod and louebed Iter tvoort's arm, Ihcy hlowlv went uwur; My beart Uat fast with ympalhy, I did not heesl the play. II aoou returned and took his sat, ! In gnu t urpriie; I He read the quuktion I would aU Flajth Owr htterhlveay thy could not Uip house " wiihMt ChamTieilutn' Coujh Kerned. Il Sims d in 'rare than rulfth hORies In Ln1 Th 1 shows theV,e'm !.' Iowa. litrs Is hW wh're lihas Jen wld win h that lor var and Is wnll kn wn Mothers have learn lea I am now rmwly to WssUirtT majsufdvtuied cold, crojp el iliitthwclnothiog Q g'oi forlh(0 silmesft lr.thSUnfo.4 Factary nd whooing eu(h, thit it cures mcrnlsiff at the raU jf nt and iinkly f..r prfia!jntlr andUatlt toU pl Ml-- 1 every ll.'NrKl POUNU LOlavntxl PfcK hfLImn tn tuku. 11 and f.1 0rit , in smsdler ! tan. il- - forwle by Or. !. (J, llocktr, UrnKsfift, RKMgUt SiJ, (rd R ,Td. ICE, ICE. "mTw. b. penis y Dentist. h.i vucatedhyDr. Ltc I Hullmar, bi .nford, Ky . My s4or was. bnrsud l'ritlay ntifht. Fb , ! kad I think iitMie ol part ol 11 cbatenls, at.d for w II th arrest and couviction of guilty panii-J A HAMMONDS. parjioe, tlH'jbk-- , Ky if 1 cV'ril"i' ?ews For Tlie vr,til on, LaiiiBS! . W. JeiiiiTni trd froti my euer cytM. M And as the tniutle dial away His lipa thti answer boro: My s.ster's feet are number Bve, Hci shoes aro ni'mbor four '' Ii W fatocker, in Boston Globe. It will be an iwieayiblu surprise to porsosvs aub beet lo aitaeks of IhKwii colic to laru that prjmpt relief nsny bo hid b taking Chamberlain s CMtc, In Unci Rss.trt' IVtlT Ifftlf Tie wws Cholera and Diarrhea Itemedv. by mar.y Isislun-co- s taking this prevented the bonu Ut4?rf' jKmltry hiinw, mhIi, nn ho remedy attack may he lint symptoms of the du a soon .lithe It" i.iilit j,tt hinl pie 1. '; ' 'tf-.and u c nt bottles for Nile I y Dr easo ai.ui ,tr. I S O (focl'er, liisgu,Stitilord sib. i. .uk. aVttomliitW!trtt'M your rM innn xot Ins lunula tki nji liKc t'.iat fur, mtnty? t I have resiled tho wwmr riamef Mrs. Kate Dud lirar'k MiUioery,5tci, aoat will be rsauly t aerv lie) pisblK- - alter Marvh 15th. I aak a lilieiil share Office th id Mam St in off ' f ysstr pntrwratu und will goaranteo seiKfactiou lit overy rival act. AH iwdera WelOru itai' dMe will b- - ala ly nciivid ' y Mis l'uddirar. i ( MlNSJINNlK CINMNOIIAM, of l.cJhv.Ilc Ky If yon uro tiiuvcqualnted with tbu for a spwlnif-i- eopy. A orBe)Q'i.-N- . LK moaiii hofioely; a iargn TlrtASfJIm, slty: losiif FIKbT DIVISION OK TIIUMII, SRCONI1 DIVISION. tMerill; Ttw MOl'NT Ol' JIU'ITBR lusinketH ; thai of SATCllN, prndoure : the SU, tdesxlor: .MAlW.conraw, JIOON. Iinatflrwi- ATtl". love of pleasure; nndJIBIK UK. Tain our id'ice as above and J0" ifonco to poMCtii tho last and most ttluabl York liso, miiiI i I)emnret, IS lt llih at,, :y. r. l. tuaMuiHu. ll Jiu .a. tu rszrx iPWSHISP tfmn lAfrrii v UiTrntnn Iniiiwnr OOflmtxftLi lnmmunuuumiHL Shed sweet potatoes and oats at W. II. Genuine John D. Stetson 5 00 hat at The Illustrated Kentuckian for April . Higglns.' $2.48, only ono to a customer. U. F. has the usuil quota of pretty girls. In addition there aro two excellent engrav Fmhvkr crocks, all bIzcb and cheap at Jones & Pon. ings of the new Methodist Kpiscopa! April 0, 1804 McKinney ic Hocker'B Btanfohd, Ky., Wii are leaders in haU. Over 800 uam church, South, at Danville, with a history plo hats just received. Wo have all tho of its pioneer Mim. Ennin Coolkv will begin a select founders, and half tone latest stylo and shapes in both soft an E. C. Walton, Business Manager Ht'liool at tho Sauflty school Iioiiho next stilTnnd will sell at less than manufac- cuts of Kevs. E. Ii. Pearco t.nd W. F. Taylor, its last two pastors. It ia an Monday. turer's prices. This is your chanco for a interesting number. On May 1, MEANS BUSINESS. Wk nro IraderB in footwear; can eavo bargain. F. F. Jones it Son. tho paper will come out in a new spring Huv your nchool books nnd school sup- you from 25 to :i3 per cent, from regu Tiik free- lecture given by Mrs. M. W. dress, to celebrate its third anniversary. lar prices. It. F. Jons & Son. plier ol all kimlH at A. 11. Penny's. Bender, of Chicago, at Walton'a Opera j no size win unreduced anu lour more Watched, clockH nnil jowolry repaired THIS WEEK. A K Giiiiionh Dun yille, being a jobber, Houao yesterday to ladies only was large- pages added to its contents. It will bo nnl warranted. EngrAvlng n specialty, beautifully illustrated, aud will contain can furnish your Wall pnperaud PaintB ly attended. Sho will deliver It at Uustonat A. 1!. I'eiiny'B. artidep, botli prose and poetry, by TiiiclnrcvHtHtock o( Dnnjfl, Medicines, cheaper than any Iiouho In title eectiou ville, in the hall, Saturday afternoon at of State and National reputation. Perfumery, Idnm nud Wnll Paper at nf tin ponntrv. 2::W and Mrs. K. P. Pender will go thithA. It. Penny's. Prescription a bpi'cIh- IWrinkles, and hollow cheeks, and dull, er to day to prepare for it. More than Tiik old bany hoy of Mr 100 ladies attended hero and all were sunken eyes, don't always mean that a woman's old. Half the time, they only and Mrs. Win Phillips died Wednesday greatly pleased and benefited. PERSONAL POINTS. show Hint hIhi'h overworked or Buttering night and will be interred in tho To such women, to every woman who is Hkad and suo where to go to buy Btuir. tired or jjiilicted, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Thomas Koiieiitb, of Pulaski, WftH in D.iid Myers family burying uruuud Onu lot of standard calicoos ''Je; Lancas- Prescription safely and certainly own Wedneddny. Wantkd UjO.OOO lbs. of wool. Top ter Ginghams Blill 5c; Whttunden dress back health and strength. It's a britiH Laces and Embroideries, to please the thousands in search of Spring legitiM. McKoiiKiiw, Ktq., went to LIbrr-- y P. prices guaranteed. On II on mo at s3y"Shoe stock in finer shape than ever known and at lowGoods. ginghams 8c. Tim handsomest lot of mate medicine that corrects and cures; a yeBturday to attend court. or John Film at Uustonville, wool up; a goods ever offered at 'JO and tonic that invigorates and builds dress er prices. The $i, $1.25 and $2 Gents' Shoe ever offered. Mn. James II.Oaktkii, ol Hnlls Gap, or J. M. Durham at Middloburg. F. M. 25c. A genuiuo Clay worsted man's suit nervine that soothes and strengthens. For all the derangements, irregularities ontlnuea very ill with thn grip. Ware. and weeknees peculiar to women, it is As good a Dongola Shoe for ladies as ever offered at Si. 50; ladies' for $8.50; a nlro lino boja' Ciiaklks l(iN.NKii, of San Kriuialneo, ifl If it tho only guaranteed square toed button lace and cloth top French Kid hhoes at prices "Katie Dean, tho Itag Picker," in the suits for 75c. One lot of soft fur lints at docn't benefit or cure, remedy. vleilinu his Bbter, Mm. It. Ziinmer. you have your from $2 to $3 50. Dit. LS. Dyk nd Wilford Dye, of Mid person of Miss Kinina Morse, will boat $1, worth f 1.50. Tho best man'B shoo money back. tho Opera House, Saturday night, 7th. over oilered at f 1.25. Money will tell. dloburg, wero in to see ub Wednemlny. It won't do to experiment with Ca Wc still hoi J the market down on Ginghams. Our Zephyr Ginghams " Mn. K. 8. Uowi.ani, ol Danville, Is Ho suro and see her and tho other excel- Come aud try it. Hughes it Tate. tarrh, There's tho constant danger of were 25c, now 15c and running down to 5c. driving to lungs. You can have a hero thlit week taking orders for clothing lent characters. Admission 15, 25 and Couht or Levy. Just n quorum ol perfect it tho and permanent cito with Dr. 35c. right nnd left. tho 10 maglHtrateH in the county met Suko'h Ciitarrh Uemedv. Gentlemen and Boys: Don't buy your Spring Suits until you sec Mks. Ki F. Otvkss mid Mini Cllenn with tho judge Tuesday to fix tho conn- - : TuniVKS made a hole in Mr S. K Owsus. We are in the lead. Men's Suits $3.50 to $15. Extra pants lllbh took tlit trnin yesterday to travel ley's brick NEW ADVEltTJSKMKNTS. meat houoO Monday Highland ty levy: T. S. Rlankership, J. T. Hrown, in all sizes and prices. We arc in condition to please the millions for their health. stole 700 or h(J0 pounds of bacon. Ho L. H. Adams, Win. Leach, Georgo W. A. H. Habtin whh here yesterday havo in style, quality and price. Don't fail to see us. ban his suspicions as to who are tho null Young, W. L. Dawson, 12. 13. Caldwell, Borne limning postum printed for his etoro ty parties and ho was hero Wednesday to Jr., W. P. GrlineH and W. A. Coiley. at Crab Orchard. Tho levy was fixed at 18j cents, a reduc awear out search warrants. Notice U hctebjr Riven that we, the undersigned Mimks Jksnik asi Maiuk Wahhkn tion of 0 cents on tho $ 100 and tho pol contciunti. have Ihli dav hied in tho clerk's of joined n party of Danville friends and fice of the Lincoln County C urt a written A I.MK1K number of answers havobcon tax al Jl Qr which is 25 cents less than groun.li of n contcit of the settlnc forth wont o Islington yesterday. sent in to Mr. John Iitiuht's conundrum InstyiMr Squires Caldwell and Hrown election which i the In the lluitonville Magisheld Mooiik, of loulsrillo, ar- "Why is lireckinndgo like a family terial District on the ith day of Marcb, 1891, to Mim Mamik were ecpointed a committee lo let tho take tho sense of the If gal voters of said district yesterday to the gratification of horse?" lint none of them aro exautiy rived LARGEST AND bridce over tho Cincinnati Southern at upon the question of prohibiting the sale of spiritliquors therein. many friends niado during her Inst utay correct. The unswer is, "Hi cause ho Ib King ville, not to cost over 5150. Two uous, wmmi and miltthis April 4, 18 14. Witness our hands and Luln I. II Adims, J W Held, Mhmkh Nan.su 1'i.bahant ho easily msnngod by the women." old women, Mrs. Adams and Mrd. Htr T L drpent- r. V. G. Cowan, Orchard, are tho gueHtH Sluurt, oi Orab George A Tucker, C C VaoArsdale, each for mainte- r SI 11, I w. eo P.ndetR have tiled their ns, were allowed J50 Duddernr'n mill. Tiik vari. of Miss AnnieTraylorat Ueo V Ktfle, !r., nance during their stay hereafter Dr. V M Yov.ell, A. Kick went to Inilsvllle notice of ooiitst of the prohibition elecAnd others, Contestants. Mus. T. of Philadelphia, operates on them tion. See it in another column. Ono Price, Wediupday to remain with hur On motion, good prohibitiouitt told us that tho old for an abdominal trouble. AS ASSICNEEOF who ih train diapntol.ur there. John Sam Owsley, Jr., was allowed 5125 Mit. It. W. Fiiancis, of Klirahftthtowii, set will have to dm out before they will a year in addition to his salary and fees la acting depot agent hero while J. b let upon their ik'ht against tho liquor for Commomwealth's attorney, provided OFltlco has gono with hit wife to Califor- tratllc. The contest will be heard on tho tho other counties of tho district do likeSOlh. I offer tor sale privately his nia. wise. Tho court then adjourned. Mim Kva llucitASAN, of Crnh Orchard, Fit an K Diiyk, the negro who was lined WHOLE STOCK of GROCERIES, stopped oir willi MIw LVslo lUiroh on her 10 MATRIMOmAUMAnEnS. and coots for gaming on Sunday, was Ke , on reasonable tirro and terms. The stock has return from Ixmlsvillo ond is now htr f to work by Marshal New land Wedput Stevens French Hoge, son of O. E. been cleared of all damaged cooJs, guest. nesday, but he soon gave him the slip Hoge, cashier of the State National Bank Condition Is in First-Clas- s Mmiw 0. K. Tatk, T. W. Jones, S V. aud tins not since been heard of. If ho at Frankfort, is shortly to marry MUs a id IoGAted In one of tho mott desirable stands In NonMenefee, W. 11. Shnnki and It. M. will continue to make himself conspicu- May Fulton Wright, of Littlo Kock, Ark. the elty. The agency ol the daily papers will be food will go to tho oratorical contest at of stock and sa source tiansfcrrcd to ous for his absence, there will bo no Miss Dollio Higbee, late society edi- of cnmldcrablo purcliasesr revenue. J H. l'AXTON, Lexington to day. Assignee. Ever shown in Stanford. Also a new stock of ' 11 and the autor of tho Courier-JournMcAubtkr, of Jeen-min- cause for complaint. Mns. ItonicitT thoress of "In God's Country," was mar-nois visiting Mm. J. E. Farris and Mn. Joe Copra y has given up tho hoin Louisville yesterday to Win. Mrs. W. 11. Murphy. Tho latter was not tel. His contract with Farris it Hardin, a music dealer of Atlanta. tho owners, was to pay them $ 1,000 a ho well yest rday. I. W. GHEEN. Propnetoi. Howard II. Gratr, editor of the KenLouisville, 1ipb year for it provided the saloon system Mn.T. iI.auxkm, of tucky Gazette, and Miss Sallio Lewis : : : Kentucky. routed the. house now occupied by O. L. was not nholiahcd and if it was he could Vaughau, daughter of Capt. James A. will occupy It witli his fami- leave provided satisfactory terms could Pjnriy and Vaughan, formerly of Lexington, will bo I am still running this Hotel and ly as soon an Mr. Penny moves to his not bo agreed upon. Ho aud family will married next Tuesday. Mr. Gratz is not will continue to give my guests thu politest attenoccupy the John Mcltoberta house, oppo-sit- e as young as ho used to be, but young tion as well as the best the market affords. mv home. KniToit 1 1. K. Woolkolk, of Danville, the Methodist church. enough to bo a very spry widower. May Special Attention to the TravelStribley's Ladies' Misses and Children's Shoes and Oxfords in tan and wis hero Tuewlay afternoon exntnlnlng he nnd his bo very happy. ing Public. Asflia.NMKNT. Mr, A. A. Warren, tho 0 ir water plant and grow bo green with blacks. turnout come to mj Whtn you want a narv that ho failed to call at thin oillce. grocer, has made an assignment to J. Ii. CHURCMFFAIRS. , for the benefit of his credIt aiwaja make a Danville man ashamed Paxton, Esqliabilities aro about fl.'JOO and itors. His Tho meeting at Walnut Flat has had of himself to comu to tho enterprising Prices to suit, the hard times. Call or leave o.der his woods Invoice nearly as much. Mrs. about GO confessions. city of Stanford. at the Mjcrs House Utlce M. J. Miller and Hon. John Sam Owsley Kev. It. II. Watkins will preach at CITY AND VICINITY. aro the principal creditors for rent, Ac Sauliey next Saturday night, Sunday at JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YEACEIt making col- 11 and Sunday night. to Danks, the Jow- - Hard times and difficulty in Giv your trade & lections are given as tho reason for the "Undo Joo" Hopper is holding a eler. Eliza-vill- o meeting in Paris. Ilia mooting at assignment. 5 STABLE, UVlin, FEED AUD Dkautifui. gold watches at Danks', the iiad 20 additions. A ckow DKi) house ought to greet "Katie jeweler. Tho Presbytorian church of Midway Special Ilites to Commercial Men. Dean, tho Hag Picker," at Walton's Op- will Bend Rev. J. W. Moore, of Hunts-villWell Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. H. ladders at W. Five, 0, 7 and STANFOKD, E.Y. era House, tomorrow night, 7th. The My stock is sure to please you in X. C, as a missionary to Japan. Higgins'. music of tho little opera is very catchy Kov. W. J. Holtzclaw, reported Sunglvo us call. Nothing II Wall Pa I'M. What's the matter with and it is given with a vim by tho partici day on tho occasion of his second anni first you nwJ livery will leavea our stable, bee but ns clats turnouts " lor rate. In our Danville. pants. Tho accomplished music teacher versary as pastor of iho Walnut Street A. K. Gibbon, . of Christian College, Mim Margaret HARNESS SHOP Baptist chit.ch, Owensboro, that when Tiik weather waa rather raw yesterday directs tho entertainment and plas ho began there was 211 members. Thero You will find a K)d assortment of Haines, warmnaln, hut it will likely bo fair and Sajdlfs,c. Havo our ivpsiriiig done by A full stock cf Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastine, Varthe accompauamunt, which is an earnest was an increase of 00 tho first year aud our man he understands his buuue Wc have a er nishes, &c. mechanic in our of ita excellence. 10 last, thus doubling tho membership , horses, Thkbi: cood draft InBLACKSMITH SHOP. in tho Frank llotair.of tho llustonviUo mag- quirer. two yeare ho has been there. pounds, for and weinhiiiK nbout work and satisfactory Will guarantro isterial district, was tried before Judge snoer. Elder W. E. Crabtreo of tho Chest- - jirnfs ealo or trade. HipKina & Watta. Before Spring Cleaning. it oir horseMachines, the lightest diaft , Amenta for Deer.ug Varnon yesterday for voting in the pro- nut Street Christiau church, Lexington machine on rarth. find no hibition election hero and held over till I.stkndino pun hasers can 1. preached a sermon Sunday on tho Bin of larger variety of K'oods or lnwor prices circuit court in tho sum of 5100, which hypocricy, in order to give Ureckinndge The Kelecantly bred Trotting Stallion, lie gave. Hojjue claimed that ho tried a dig. Tho number of hypocrites, ho de than at Danka', tho jeweler. to vote at Hustonvillo in tho democratic clared, is few compared to tho number of Tiik people will bo glad to hear that primary, but was denied tho priviiego good men in tho church. Occasionally a Standard Hrd by Charles Dunn. county taxis have been reduced 0 cents on tho ground that ho did not live in Sunday-Bchosuperintendent like Mc SIKKD BY ONWARD tHIKF 4495. dison tho $100 nnd 125 rente on the poll. tuat precinct. Ho moved a short sire ol 49 In the lty OuwarJ 1411, record i Kano is exposed to tho contempt of those And we propose to get it by showing you the largest and finest ii1 list, also producing ions and 16 produc your 1S92 account tance since aud supposed ho was still in in and out of tho church, nud occasion- 7 30 daughters. 17 Ir you hHVii't paid stock of ins 1st dim Lady Messenger, by Hutch'csoa's Chief ally a Breckinridge, who will go to a feat McKinuoy Ilros.', please do bo at once. Stanford precinct. 12410. seminary, make an address to the and dam Fliia Jane, the dim of Mrud MessenWo must have our business settled up. Fiiik The residence of Mr. W. M.Ma-tlien- male Ss ger, 3 i64 Merit "" 9 up to of Pearl, a 30, Ac 1 37, by Gentle Ureeze 3456, siro holding caught tiro from tho cook stove graduating young ladles, Hujsh Tiik first of Manufacturer 3rd dam Kitty Itivers, dam of Ilcrtie Ctrl, 2 37, of life aa tho trait mor t 11 o'clock and tho them the purity In Stanford. Our by Abdatlah n, lira of Almont, Hclmont &c Lincoln Twist tobacco whs put on Tuesday night about admired in womanhood, aud in n fow 4t dam by Ked Jacket, sire ot the dam of Kenhis tucky Wilkes j 3i. Madison '.Vilkcs 3 28M ana hero yesterday and lboa roof was about to fall in when ho and tio moiket days afterward have a suit full of humilof lted Wilkes, So bo, a 17K, Lime wife were awakened. They got out with who havo uewl it, nay It is A, No. 1. iating charges brought against him. "A Wllkea.a ais4 &c. mano and tail, with sue, style IT- their baby in somo difficulty and were Uay horse, Heavy will vote to return such a and finish, and representing some of the best And we guarantee every article we sell. Tub horeo show at ilustonvillo has unable to savo anything of consequence. citizen who families In the whole country, Should make Saturfrom as tho old Jack-ma- man to tho councils of tho nation will a grot stock horse. Will mike a rhort season at been postponed Tho house was known not only bo condoning his acknowledged our stable 2 miles west of Stanfor I, at day, until Saturdaj wook, tho 14th. This place and was situated near preacher, "but will hold $10 To Insure A' Mare In Foal. to jet will Rive owners a hotter chanco Tho loss ia about 2,500 and as sin," said the up to tho young men of our country such their horses in trim. thero was no insurance, It is pretty tough J. A. & S.T. HRRIS, a life, not ouly unreproved, hut a8 being Stanford, Ky. on tho young couple. TH havo juBt received anothor lot of will judge." Wi: honorable. God CHILD-BIRsample ahoea and slippers, button and Mn. W. F. SiiKitiiMN, chief train disTho records of tho Masonic Widow bj lace, black, tan nnd colored, worth $. patcher, started in with March deterand 51; will bftaold at 51.03 Sizes 2 to mined that thero Bhould bo no overtime and Orphans' Home, in Louisville, show " Mothers' Friend " is a scientificF. and Hoso N. Pollard, 5, A. 11. O. D. K. & K. K. lasts. B. on tho Knoxvillo division. Such a thing that Horatio, John, ally prepared Liniment, every ingreadmit-tof John D. Pollard, were JoncB tfc Son. had never been known before, and when child reu dient of recognized value and in to tho Homo in 1S77 upon recomltoad Master F. M. constant use by the medical proWiiilx burning eomo trash in hisurat Supt. W. P. Piko and mendation of Crab Orchard Lodge, No. of the fession. These ingredients are comyesterday, sparks flow from tho chimney Ansloy each told him that a box 132. These records establish tho fact bined in a manner hitherto unknown cigarq wore his If ho Bucceedcd, finest I have added to my business a line of and set tho roof of Mr. M. K. Klkin's Madelino Pollard'a father was n Mai(S Ho hap- they though! they had a Biiro thing of that aflro in several places. son, or his children would never havo pened to bo at homo thoiiKh, and with not having to pay. March camo and been admitted to tho Home. hia BprinkliiiK hoso, Boon extintsulsheil went and not an hour'a overtlmo was Mrs. Jane Belmont, of Masou coun tho llaruoa. Tho lira rompany was not claimed, and it has now boon nearly 45 ty, celebrated her 103 birthday Friday days since any was allowed. Overtime, WILL DO all that is claimed for uallcd out. chil. explain, is She haB been grandmother to 57 It AND MORE. It Shortens Labor, contest it might be well enough to 31 of of whom aro now living. Sho From which I can sell you Carpets cut in any length and to match The inter colleniato oratorical men for delays in dren, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger Opera tho time paid trnin d 17 children and will bo held in tho LexliiKton without wasie.' If necessary, can order it, have it made and get it of Mother and Child. Book making tho schedule time. An eugiu-eo- now baa A special train will run nine Houeo to "Mothers "mailed FREE, confor instance, does not get any overhere in two days. Commander O. F. Hoyerman haa taining valuable information and from Dauvilio. Centre College will bo time for two hours delay, but if ho is found guilty of negligonco and voluntary testimonials. represented by Casey M. Owsloy, subject two houra and flvo minutes he been resulting in the wreck of tho Isnt by eipress on receipt of price It.tO per otUa is your Li fa" and Central Univer-sit"What gets pay for tho two houra and all the KearsiuL-e- . and has been sentenced to BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. fl. by W. M. Jackson, Hubject "Fanatics I two years' suspension. SOLS BY ALL PUUQaiSTa. rest of tho time lost. i and Fauaticlsm." HUGHES & TATE, r fna m m Gre at ffitraetions - m au-tho- is to-da- y Dress Goods, Trimmings, White Goods, 5 ; i H -y two-piec- o NOTICE. HUGHES & TATE. sttte-ni-- -- - Wt I hus-han- A. A. "WARREN, i GKIWS9 NE3CKWBAE e, al d Gip-per- t, The Myers House, n Stanford, Emmersen's Men's Shoes, SEVERANCE & SON. vj s , first-cla- LIVERY STABLE. YEAGER YEAGER, 1 MM WALL PAPER o, ep Ben-nJt- t, DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. llii-dle- s, to-da- y. 1 ld first-cla- ss 1 KLK XOTCJH KEPiSJCRXarG BONE ' A. PElTEr"?, Druggist. Onward -:- Messenger. 5, WE WANT YOUR TRADE Watches, Clocks, Jewelry ol y m 1 Sear-Kent- 's Silverware FllMCIKS AME JAfWEBT trot-ti- ne n May-woo- d. DANKS, : The : Jeweler. " ' MADE EASY! o 1 CARPETS! CARPET - SAMPLES, H. J. IYIgROBERTS. lil 0.- - res-idon- MOTHERS' FR5END" to-Lif- m m great-gran- r, t. d y Sr . . . J it SsJotAftL.'-fc- . .- - . .Ji Y' 5 , mTTm JQi Semi-Weekl- W M. RUB. L. It RUK, y Interior Journai AT wiij-iroift- . (From the Autobiography of a St. Louis Odko lloy.J CENTRAL PARK, DANVILLE. THE WORLD'S CHAMPION, Hon. jas. u. Mccreary for Representative In Coneress, subject to the action ol the Democratic party of the Eighth Concessional f'tstt ict ol Kentucky. A candidate We aro authotlted to announce KATE -- DEAN At Published Evory Tuosday and Friday $S PJSU YKAK IV iVDVANOK rWhtn not so paid SU.60 will be charged AMONG THE HORSES. Mo and tho boss haa dissolved partnership. Ho remains at tho old stand, but ho'll havo to advortiso for "good will," for ho won't find any of mino layiu around tho office. Gamloonito : 8419, K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Portraits of n Train litre Rowland at 7:0a a. m., returning (Srncpful Orloff. llncknry anil a ol '''7! &N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 'ail train going North Ezprtts train " " " " North ..a w m t.ncal Freight North .. ......a 07P aoum The latter trains alto carry passengers. The- above U calculated on standard time. Solar ioae it about to minutes faster. A tlay spent ntnong tho horses is I think he's been nidin nud nbettin a good many prize fights at homo ami get The dura old duffer. with a shining mnrk in tho mem- tin the worst of it. March tho 1st tho I am now prepared to do all kinds of Orrise PaintitiK, Trimming and Repairing. Give me a jolit. IU11I call. Over Duwjlieity's ship on Main stieet. of i dim Maud.br Garrard Chief, Duke anii Laoy Verier, dam of 5 in the JOHN H. DeNARDI, 1:30 list. Stauford Ky. ie-of Hilly lloico a: 14, by a dam Nillie, by Race record 1:34, winner of the j.year.old and sweepsiafcr premiums for stsndard.bied ttottersat the Woild's Fair 189J. sire ot 4s in Sired by Gambclta Wilkes 1 Carriago Painting and Trimming ., :i, iIil Walton's Opera House, Saturday Eve, Apr. VOU ARIL... . 7. " ' Such a whito day tho writer hereof pawed latoly at tho Indian Neck stnd, Oakdale, L. I. Tho owner of tho farm, Mr. Frederick G. Bourne, president of tho Singer Machine company, is ono of those wealthy Americans who for tho QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. lovo of it more thuu for gnin had Going North train paw Junction City a foin tho work of improving tho a. ra. Vestibule itarti 6 llows: Limited 3 p. m. Local i:SJ p. m Florida breeds of horses in this country. Such Limited a:s am men do not como in competition with South-- N. O. Vestibule 11:5? p. m- - ,Flo"d tho ordinary farmer on tho contrary, p m Local i:ji p. m. Limited n p. m. Vestibule arrives they aid him. Mr. Bourne's favorite in horseflesh is tho hackney, which is Branch Jellico Coal Co., of Mr. Alexander Mair,tho favorite also Falls superintendent Miners ami shippers of the GENUINE of tho Bourno stables. At present tho prido of Mr. Mair's eyes is Enthorpo Performer, 4 years old, registered in tho Try it. We are the sole agents tor Stanford land American Hackney studbook as No. 118. en-gagBlue-Grass Ves-tlbui- South South ....... ujpn .... ns'P t37P 3)n ory of a lover of thoso grand animal?, especially if ho is chained to a desk in an ofilco most of his waking honrs. o Blue-Gr-as Original Jellico Coal. 6 Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and .. ... . .r.,- - ....., iuuui."3 v lYAin, 4sr t.X i!. A. S. PRICE. SURGEON DENTIST. Office over McRoberts - Owsley Building. Drug Store in the new Stanford. THE N (London, RILEY HOUSE F. B. BIIiEY.JProprlotor, &zrji HACKNEY STALLION ENTHOUPE PERFORSIER. Barrenness, Loss o! Power In either sex, Impotoncy, Leucorrhcca and at Female Weaknesses, Involuntary Loupes, Sporran-torrlictn caused by of brain, Selfabuso, A month's treatment, f L for t3, by raalL With each order for 6 boxes, wltt 15 will send written guarantee to refund If not cured Guarantee! issued by acent. WEST'S LIVER PILLS cures Sick Headache, Blllounes, Liver Cca.plalat Sonr Stomach, Dyspepsia and Issued only by orer-exertloConstipatloa-GUAUASTEE- Enthorpo is considered ouo of the most perfect hackney stallions over seen in America. At Indian Neck farm ho is I have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public considered tho best specimen. Ho is of Good Livery attached and every convenience detho Yorkshire breed and is n bright bay, sired. Give me a call. FRANK RILKY. rj with "fonr whito feet and snip on tho noso." Enthorpo is a colt by tho famous Matchless of Londesboro and his sire, showing tho approved JELLICO TENNESSEE, short back nun" strong neck of tho hackbreed, from which Mrs. J. B.f Montgomery, Prop. ney. In tho Danogelt nud Matchless aro Enthorpo Performer descended, tho four whito stockings, The best hotel In the city and the only one wilh star in tho forehead and snip on tho noso a sample room for drummers hspecia attention aro always looked for, they being char a to the traveling public. Rales U. acteristic of tho Dauegelts. Enthorpo is THE OLD blood. His across of Dancgelt-Fironwadam is Peg, by Superior. His high stepping is a sight to behold. Enthorpo is lo ltf hands in height. SAM n.WARNACK, Pror. delight in - - KENTUCKY. Horsemen especially uninitiated his "acLondon, appears tion," which to tho Refitted and refurnished and in every way pre- to bo tho making of a great fuss and to pared to attend tho wants of the public. Rates do over every step ho takes without getvery reasonable ting over tho ground any faster for it Howover, that is tho quality now VITAL TO MANHOOD. in fashionablo carriago horses, nud Enthorpo has it in perfection. His hind action is magnificent, ho handling his hocks admirably. It may interest our readers to know that Enthropo is Dn. E. 0. WEST8 NERVE AND BRAIN TREAT valued at $25,000. At Indian Neck it is a specific tor Hysteria, Dizziness, Fits, Neu VENT, ralgla. Headache, Nervous Proetratlon caused bj found that hacknoys quito equal to tho alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression Softening of Drain, causing insanity, mlse!. decay English articlo can bo bred in America. death, Premature Old Age, - - - Kentucky. Th. Florenoo Hotel, 53-6- y JACKSON SOXJSE, m - A. R. PENNY, Stanford, Ky. ..IF yOU ARE GOING. NORTH THE or WEST, Louisville 4 Nashville R. R. - i Is the hoe for you, as its Daily Trains Double close connections at Make LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For auy information enquire of JOES: RICE. Agent, Stanford, Ky T)r W. A McQU )VS, Trav. Pass. Atfent, Junction City, Ky 'JoD,U A. G. L an ham ROYAL ' Insurance Company different though uono tho less beautiful animal tho Russian OrlofT high school (hauto ocole) saddlo stallion Ad. Like all tho Orloffs, Ad is a tall horse, being 15.3. Ho is 8 years old. Ad is n lino model of tho saddlo animal. Ho is trained in all tho tricks of tho riding school or high school horse, ho called. Ho can walk Spanish, go through all tho fashionablo steps and movements riders of fancy saddlo stock demand mid nlmcst dance a jig. Ho could do that undoubtedly if it was considered tho fashionablo thing. Our artist has caught Ad's jwho just as ho is in tho act of stepping out for his Spauish walk Tho long, full, flowing tail, which has never been mutilated by tho fashionablo system of docking, adds not a littlo to his stately and graceful appearance. Ho is an imported horse, a beautiful bay, with black mano and tail, and so gentlo that ho was ridden last summer by a littlo girl. A Desires to thank you for your paburglars fur 10 y'ars." On Monday, April 9, 1894, tronage during the year which is "Do you want to surpriso him? If 60, County Court day for Lincoln comity, I will sell step this way. I have him locked up before the couit house door In Stsnford, Ky., a almost gone and asks a continu,.. hero for being drunk, nnd I have $1.50 of very desirable tract of ORLOFF STALLION AD. your stolen money. Perhaps ho'a soberance during the coming year. ioo Acres of Land Tho second illustration shows afar ed up a little." the county road "Say, gineral, you needn't bodder wid lying on both sides of and Waynesbuig leading Pike by from the Hall's Gap I kin wait." him jest now. It way of Pleasant Point church, to Klngsville. the ionctio is distant one mile from "Don't yon want to surpriso him?" of the C S .V G. rallroads.wherc there is a depot. "Not heah an now. Ho'll probably taprvss and telegraph otlice. The county road bo homo in a day or two, an then I'fl hev mentioned is tne llnu 01 me turn pine to wi duiii Kmgsvillu The be coming donx, audo shovel, nn a hoe handle, ana mostly level summer lo rolling land, and isfarm is or icenlly imprrvid being, all under good fence and baseball club in do house nn ready fur fencing and abundance ot bizness, nn Til s'priso dat pusson till ho having an and abund.ncooltimber for water. Also excellent for wood, won't bo ablo to lift a whitewash pail having a comfortable and commodious dwelling, stocked fur do next two weeks! Yes, I'd radder good fruits ami a a fum gardenoichard with fine Three snlendid small waitl I want de s'priso to hit him all lourths of the land Is cleared and ready fr culti. Kins-iviU- blond stenograffer was fired. jdam by Helm's Yorkshire, thorauKhbrcd. III make the teMen ot i8H nt Cum ml Park at I marched tho 2d. Noto. To Dill Nyo and all other hu- the low ptic of morists: Keep your hooks off this joke, $25 To Insure A Living Colt. 'cnuso I'm goin to patent it. and In foal If I was on tho lookout for trubbol nfter NOIKhands, mares bred at that time should Mires ineney due that, and I walked n chalklino as long as chauce teasoiublc rates, but not reipontible lor kept at . accidents should any occur I could. It was n dull, drecry life, not W.M. M. RUK SON, worth livin if it wasn't for a littlo fun Dacville, ky. 11 on tho outside. It was lookiu for a littlo excitement got mo fired. Tho boss has got a old bloko of a friend, tho major. Ho might have been a bravo soldier dnriu tho war, but Will make tho eavn of 1891 t W W Hays, siuco I made his ncquaintauco I don't X Wrt.t Stanford on know of his doin anything except boos-i- n ton milespike, atofthe race track,the Sianfeid .V Hus at iHe raper and stamps and borrowin letter from our firm to writo letters to tho $10 newspapers on jwnsions. I got sick of Description and Pedigree Silver Tip Is a his comin in evory day, ao I put up a rr J bay with hintt ankles white, fine man and tail, i;Vt hands IiIkIi, loalrd May 5th, IMS job on him. surpassed III State. We he is As I fixed a ink bottlo for him special. I solda a irlltK coltnot his Rrt to iv the of Casey, May, ot a man to say he loaded it with iishin worm?. In comes fo itia and we have never had As a his io!t rw horse be was tho major shnkiu liko na if ho hadn't is as not pltusid lth In the State. He was shewn Rood as there Is drink fur a week, I got him tho in the Jjo. Sweepstake Rlne at Danville with if struck contestants, which was pronounced to be the bet paper and ink and pen. Ky , and he wre the third tie ever shewn Ho was talhin to tho bookkeeper when Sliver Tip was sirl by Sil'er Klnj. he by On lackiwn. Pint Time he he jabbed his pen into the bottle nnd har- Skedaddle,bybyS;oewall son ut Wagner. dain by Second Oliver, pooned a git-a- big rigglin worm. by Ited Lion Sliver King's dam was dam LeainEten, son ol Mouncc, sire by CabbeU" You ought to see him stare. Mood's Hlatk Hawk Serond dam by YoiijiC Ho gsvo a jerk and shook it on tho A mencs, son of Taylor's Messenger. Skedaddle's first dam by Medec. and dam by tumpetcr, 3rd floor nnd rubbed his hands. Ho re- dam by Aratus. marked ?) tho bookkceiwr that ho wasn't Mares bred 10 this hone will be kept at reasonaccidents taken to fechn very well. Then ho mado an- able ratiii. Csreresponsibleprevent any occur. and shouM other dive, i:nd up comes another yorm, escapes but notwnen coil is inaieu or marc psruu .Money uue & HAYS. black as night, and with more life in him with Stanford, Ky than if fish was bitin all around you nnd you wanted to bato your honk with him in a hurry. Tho major shook it off nnd went over to tho cooler and took a drink of water. Record 2:JU. Ho went back to tho desk, and tho next (.Only ! months' handling ) riggler ho landed ho jumped up uurvus-likand hustled out. I was just gettin Hy Almoin Sentim-- l 0051 1st dnm Mnttio, by Shukspenre. my handkerchief out of my mouth when iM dam by liambletouiau. tho boss como in nnd nst what was tho :il dnm tfiorutighbred. matter with me. 0051, by Sentinel '2S0. I told him I was feel in a littlo sick to Almont SentinelGnno by Almont ,'?3. 1st dnm Aliie my stomach, but ho got onto tho wholo i.M dam Norma by Norman A. business whon tho major dropt in tho Sentinel h a handsome buy hore, 10 next day. hands high, fine mnno and tail; is .1 Mire Wo had some words. I'vogot all mino foal getter. Ili colt are large nnd M yet. Tho boss didn't gimmo time to and nro a high claw of trotters and make no defense. I got fired. Exchange. roadsters. Sentinel whs formerly owned bylt. II. C. Mitchell, of MitchelUburg, Ky., nnd was owned Inst year by C!eon;o Shols Waiting. Afford, McKinnev, Ky., who made U10 "I wish to report, Fah.dat burglars en- season of 181)3 it h him at i 15 to insure tered my house last night," said a color- n living colt. n ed woman who cnlled at the Cheno street This excellent hore will make the of ISM nt Middleburg, Ciucy county, police station a day or two ngo in a stato Ky. Owing to the hard times, we will of trepidation. "How did they get in?" asked tho Insure a Living Colt for $12. Money dm! when colt comes or mure "Dunno, sab." parted with. Cure taken lo prevent hc "Did you seo or hear 'em?" cidents, but not responsible should any "No, sah. Jest went right to bod an occur. Will also Atnud a Dno mule J AUK at $U slept liko a lamb all night." "How do you know that burglars got to insure a living cult BI!0. J 11. ALLEN inr Middleburg. CVcy County, Ky. "Why, my money was gono next tnawnin, of co'so. If hurglara didn't get in, how dat money walk off?" "How much did yon loso and where was it hidden?" "I loatcd a $2 bill, an I put it under my piller when I went to bed."' A "Was your husband surprised?" spect-i- n "No, soli. Ho dun said ho'd bin in m Cor-bea- Mrs. Coroy Saunders Respectfully Invitod. perior tiimmer Irein Cincinnati, has engaged with I can guarrntee parWill open a MANI'l'AMAKIN '.establishment me and Cll aad see my satisfaction In every sioods. Uiwer Main street, StanvotUco nth. pink bnrwidy oilleceiveorders Apill 1. They ticular. MISSL1CCIF. HEAZt.r.V lo ford, nnd Stanford, Kr. use toe latest and most fashionabU patterns and guarantee satisfaction. A trial Is solicited, ira Irlrn. HarriH Hamilton I am lust bsck from the elites wilh a large and well selected sioek of MILLINKKV, which I will Miss Laura Jailiae, a susell cheaper than esnr SILVER TIP 169. Orchard, Lawn, Garden. Pull stock of Prult and Ornsmental Trees, Grape Vines, Aspitagus, Small Fruits, Shrubs, and everything usually found in a nursery establishment We sell direct to the planter aad havo no agents. Catalogues on application HILI.INMKVKIt, H. Leitngton, Ky. 5 Ladies, Your Attention, Plcaso. My Stock of MIIHnory everybiv-hIs to Insure a Live Colt. beau-lil- thing pretty ami stylish. I have engaged Miss Julia Milt, of Cincinnati, to trim for me Sis Is a biily of much erpcrience and tasie and Is sure to is give satisfaction. An etammatino of MKS POKIK T COl'RTS. is Is he! g rapidly opened and It embraces ul Nice Turnout For'Sale. Horse, Harness and a single Surrey, as prod as new. for sale for the low price of Jiw. Call at Joe Rout's to see It, or on Judje I . L. A good MIXjLI3STEI2T I Two doors above Pesl-Ofllc- e. r Always on band 11 Sheltonityou want t..by A Ia ..,, Tho Nobicst nnd Nicest Goods? Can bo baJ in the market. Prices lower than Ihe lowest Mevrnlng chls a specialty. Call and etainine before buying MAltV MAVIS DUDDKRAR. Stanford, Ky Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager. III.OCK COMMKkCIAl 111 r I.ftmBtMii, Ky. t Mel-li- e HEAD THIS I ol I will on April ist commence lo sell my slock UcncralMerihandite at D. S. At the well-know- n CARPENTER, old stand ol 1 CITY COST FOR THE CASH er Country Produce so that I can gel cash out of such as llacon. Lard. Kggs slid ChUxens, Ae So come right akin and we will swap dollars awhile, if we can do nothing els a these hard limes. Thanking mv patrons for past favors 1 ask a liberal K'-- '," in this sale. LTON, Rowland, Ky 5.1m J, II. Green, In Hustonvillo, - Kontucky, ii-j- ,d. SENTINEL 21479. ITotica. on SiturUay. April Lan.t D. -- t t I... nit . .icsvnvttii utr ik. r..k lWkar.1 I rB io wi" Vi enhiN. Turn Tile Hm4 Cwmpaujr. arp notincil thati n WectMa will e held Id the ljaia r al. imi. tn tUm Itatrsa 111c Ol liBU t VrtHliu at o'cJxlv p. m , to fm Has just received an excellent addition to his sto k of Furniture and i' rdially Inviics you i tall and esamine It. He is also jgrnt fur the Oliver Chilled and Silver Siesl Plows as well as repairs lor same No plows stand higher In the esiima lien of the publU than these. Ills stock ol haine.a and saddles Is larger than ever Has also added a line of lluggicf. Surreys and Stoves I), S CARl'KNTICR o ... jlh, Mxt hry tio 1 ITqw Moat Sh.op. We have opened on Street a llutcher Sh4t where we will keep at all liases the best rriuU that the country afferds. We will handle nothing tut the best aad will IS-pfirst-cla- I,t i9, j II. COLLI KK; Piestdent. Fruit Trees For Sale ! Ore-urn- At'our Krult Farms and NurssriM oao mile West As we can net keep wilt Oar as fine ofKingsvllle, Lincoln tMnty. We have hamlb-d- , a be served In the best bosks. nd we customers patstyle solicit lha stock ol Pruil Trees as any an ever public Vve also buy goad fern fed ronage of ready ler transplanting nto orchard and garden cattle andthe ANDKKSON C'AltK .V CO , hogs s of Apples and Peaches will this Kail Manfetil, Ky. H jra per hundred be assorted to suit custoxeis at J10 The trees aie nke, the varieties the best Kvery-thin- g needed to make home attractive and the ASSIONKK'S SALK OF For clrvuUis children happy will he found hre A. MiKKK h CO.. address J. Klngssitle, Ky, 64 SELL FOR CASH ONLY, A Stock of Merchandise At sen-so- Bor-gca- 1 SIMMER. Dealer In At Kingsvillo, Kontucky. As assignee of (ilass further nonce, sll JoLason, I will, uatil AT COST FOR CASH! The stock if merchandise at Klngsville which Glass A-- Johnson assigned to me for Ihe benefit cf their cred'tots The stock consists of Dry Goods, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, Groceries, Ac This Is a fine chance for bargains, Any person dtsinng lo bur the sto-- k as a whole will do well to call on me for terns. All persons indebted to the firm must come up HOWARD ALCORS, and settle with me. lf Groceries, Candies, PTJBIiia SALS Desirable IIonicHtcad. Fancy Goods, Fruits, &c. Trusli. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD. KY. Capital Stock Surplus - $200,000 21,300 eiccl-lent- ly -- ober at onco an be do success of do son!" Detroit Free Press. sea- It 3IlKlt IIiuo Ili-c- So. ration, and the suit is fitst class for the section The dwelling is within quarter of a mile of a church, school and pottoluce, and the neighborhood is a good one It is a most desiraMe home. Title pcrffCt, and will be backed by a good war ranty The pUcu is known as the Reed farm Terms. One half cash, balance within one year with per rent intrrest or at the option of the curcbasei on six and twelve months' time at 6 per plent interest wilh approved security on first nmc lien on land lor second. H. HKLM. ' d. ..SALE OK., OF LIVERPOOL,. BARBEK&OASTLEMAN MANAGERS, Oomsnrci Sullluj, Loui3villo S jjiU. Agiatt thro u'.nut tte STANFORD. KY. Georgia, and has been used by millions of people with the best results. It and herbs Purely entirely of roots forests 'of from the a vegetable compound, CURES All manner of Blood diseases, from the pestiferous little boil on your nose to the worst cases of inherited blood taint, such as Scrofula, Rheumatism, Catarrh and SKIN'OWCER tree. Treatise on Blood and Skin Disease mailed Swift Co, Atlanta, Ga. Foot of A: to the l'ouml of I.lvo Weight. Tho truo principlo of ventilation is to lot fresh nlr into tho building by finall apertures in many plnces and to tako it out by tho samo principle. Probably no better simplo plan could bo dovised than to build a box about a foot square and as long as tho building, 102 feet, with an end extending out of each end of tho building. This box should bo pierced with numerous small holes autl placed overhead in tho rear of tho cattlo and between tho two rows. This will carry out tho vitiated air which rises to tho ceiling. In front gf tho cattlo at tho floor on each bide of tlto building about six openings of 1 by 2 feet and connecting with tho outsido air hhonld bo made. This shonld bo covered with wiro netinch to ting, say, of mesh or with boards pierced with numerous holes. In front of each ono of theso cold air ventilators hhonld bo placed a slide, so that they may bo partly or entirely closed as occubiou requires. It will bo seen that by tliis mothod thopuro air will minglo with tho heavy carbonic ucid gas, and as all is warmed by the animals it will ribo to tho ventilator at tho ceiling and escape. In addition to this numerous windows should bo placed in tho build ing for light and air." Some days the. windows shonld all Ijo thrown opon, us ' ventilato a it is impossiblo to pmpi-rlbuilding with to man animals in it on warm muggy days without thuso win-New Yorker. dows. Cor. Ra-ioue-quurt- cr Land, Stock, Crop, &c. "l "Don't speak too hastily. was his wife." Life. Ills Condition. -- "I saw him treat a lady shamefully on a fltreet car today. Ho desfcrved a cow-hiding- ." vJ As Esecutor of W. M. Hlgglns. derd , sell at public auction on the premises on will Thursday, May 31, 1894, The Farm of, Perhaps she 234 Acres of Land, Abcut 75 Acres in cultivation now .the remainder in glass, situated 4 mil s from Crab Orchard. 8H miles from Stanford nud 1 mile from Cedar Creek W.n.lnn nn "You hang around you mother too rnuclu You ought to get out and hustlo soino for yourtelf," urged tho father, talking to his small son. "Paddle your own canoo, my boy." "I don't havo to," whined tho boy. "I'm mamma's canoe." Exchange. A IVnrful Onlcal. "Hello! There's .Tabblcrs, tho half back of Princeton, looking liko a wreck. Must havo been playing football." "Not much! Ho's just been seeing his 6lster through a grand opera rush." Chicago Record. ouo-ha- lf At tlifl Hull. "why they speak of Miss Wollaby's new Paris mado gown as a 'creation It looks nlmost ns if it were mado of nothing," Chicago Tribune. AHvMy "I think I understand now," said Higga, house, four rioms also dining room and kitchen, porches, vc., goou cistern, smiiko nouse, an ice house, douole cibin in yard, large barn, two corn cribs, two buggy houses and a Illacksmith Shop, Tools, Arc. The farm will be oflered in two tracts and as a whcle. Land notes will bear interest d In 6 irom Jan. 1, 1835, six per cent. d In months: one third in la months nnd Good school in mllo of house. 18 months. 7 Alderney cows with calves. a cows and calve. S cows without calves 1 steer. 1 male cow. 5 calves 3 sows and pigs. 13 shoats. 1 male hog. 2 workhorses, igood biitfgy mare that a lady can drive. saddle horse. 1 young mare in foal by Hackly's 16 head of shiep 1S lambs. Household and kitchen furniture, farming Implements, such as shovel and turning plows, 1 hay wagon, 1 rake, I mowing1 machine, 1 rockaway, 1 spring wagon, scorn shelter, 1 oo.n 1 straw cutter, plow gear, cru.her, 1 wheat fan, etc. Also a lot ol bacoa, lard, vinegar, corn, hay, One-thirone-lhlrtwo-hor- ih. I. N r a ma 1 'f'wfl llnnf 4.n llcforo III111. I I 1 Briggs Why, don't yon over have any troublo whatever in meeting your bills? Sprlggs Tronble? Not a bit of it. I meet them everwhrre I go. Tit-Bit- s. Also a track of knob land of jo acres, well timbered, on Ottenheim pike near Cox's Gap, sold separate. All sums under $10 cash. All overdue January r, 1S9J, with Interest from day of sale and sccuied by personal security. W, H HlGGINiri, Ex'or. straw, etc. Attention of the public is invited to the fsc that this is the only National tlaak in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Dank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stoik, but bv the stockholders liability lor so amount equal to the slock, so that depositors of When Hungry try one of his this institution are secured by a fund of 400,000. Kive sworn statements of thecnnuitlon of the bank are madeeach vrarto the United States government and lis assets arc esamlncd at stated times by government agents, thus securing addititoaa anu perfect safety 10 depositors. This institution, onirinally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford in iljt, then tied as the National Hank ol Stanford In iS4j and again re organised as the First National Ilank of Stanton! in iMi, lias had practically an UninW-rupte- d nsistcacnuf t better And j ou will certainly go back now with facilities for years It isbusiness supplied trsusaeting prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and and try him again. honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, turns and individuals respectfully solio ted The Directory ol this Dank is composed ol Korrslws Kiid, Lincoln county j S. T. Harris, Lincoln; Dealer In G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S.ll. llaughman,LincolD; Furniture Mouldings, Window Shades, J. S. Mocker. Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; MATTKKSi-KSKAC. ,M D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. t : K. L. Tanner, McKinncy; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon FURNITURE STORE J. S. Mocker, President; Tho John . McHolerts, Cashier; Spring time is here, and the wave of prosperity A. A. McKinner, Asustant Cashier. sweep over the country i evideuccd by about lo branch the increased activity manifested In every of trade. Tho prospects for money Is growing better dalOT STANrORD,:KY ly, and soon the war of competition will break out with renewed vigor, and with all the flercc but Is now fully organiicd and ready for business with pleasing energy !orn of a stale ol inaction of many - month's duration, The old adage, "In time of Paid up peace prepare lor war.Tinds no time more (aver-abl- e . 000. Prepara-ti- c Surplus, for application than Ihe present. lis are now in order to meet the Increased deSUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL ! In view of these mand of a convalescent trade UANK OK STANFORD, pleasant anticipations, I have Introduced some Now closing up) with the saint assets and under ilia same elaborate reforms into every branch ol my large fly line of goods, .hattges have been made In price fully provisions ofasits chatter, depositors are as protected aie depositors in National which almost ciiual a revolution Hanks, its shareholders being held individually Old styles have superseded by new; the new liaole to the extent of the amount of their stock value thereol, have been replaced by tho latest; and the latest therein at the par in such shares. in addition to the amount invested It may act as hate been pruned uutil the residue aptly Illus- caecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as trates, "the survival of the fittest,'' odd shapes an individual. To buiaiuess to us and finishes have been especially sought after while those who culrusted theirNational innaging the Lincoln Hank ot craving for novelty; Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and to please the IrretlttaMc will continue to transact their businoss while only such ot these have taken advantago trust tbey offering as a guarantee for prompt attenwith of whole selling price Is thoroughly In liirmouy tion us, same, to our twenty years' experience la wilh the spirit of the times and trade. banking andas liberal accommodations as arc consatisfy you sistent wilh sound hanking. A glance through my steck will that my selection Is grand and my prices will DtnicToKi: thoroughly convice you that I am head quarters. J.J. Willlsms.Mt. Vernon; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; New ideas have hivo been Introduced into all the mora Important lines of furniluro and they J. S. Owsley, Stanford; Constitute a line of goods which, for beauty design S.J. Euibry, Stanford; variety, style and price, is superlative in an emJ. II. Owsley, Stsnlard; inent degree, and which reprcsintf to perfection J. FJ Cash, Stanford; Willi imGco.h, Slanlord; the high standard achieved under the influence In orde ol neceisity, the mother of invention. A. W. Carpenter, MHIeJgeville, Ky W. II. Curamini, P.eachcrsvdle to stimulate a sluggls and indifferent demand, I placo beforo you the cream of nil that is new S, H. Sh inks, President, Strictly cash, this wilt be to your Interest Dr. J.P. Ows'ey, Cashier, 25 CTS MEALS W. W. WITHERS, Stanford, NEW Kentucky. Farmers Bank&Trnst Oapitalof Co $200,000. 'll V. W. WITHERS W. M. l!ilcht,Tit!Ier.