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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894041301 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. BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ! STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. APRIL 43. 1894. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. NO. 13 WILLIAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. Mr. Itolicrt Lovisuy was man ted to Mm. W. H. Colycr has just opened, i I.I f I. Mil....... Ml... i I. nnm I... nt'i'K, HOW BIOCK Ol Bpring unniuui r iniBiuiumi f.. mi UP Her Tho "Deeetrirk Skill"" will 1)U goods. - played nt the court house Tliu people who attended tho eiitorTho new ImiiiiI will play at tho en tainment nt tliu Christian church, report tertdttiuent nt tho court house n nice time Mr. W. M Hay, ol Winchester, wna Meesrs. I'. V. Cable nnd It. H. Har-nio- u Little Mit Frazr, of uro now In the pluttuu btnimes at with hi Tuesdiy. this place, mid they claim to do first clat-- s Pittsburg, in visiting relative) here. A belled buzz ml haa been in tho work. Albert Hoberts, ono of the section Huekeye noighlioahood for homedaH. Mat Ilurk gave bond for ahooting at luuidH, fell oirtho handcar, Motidiy, nnd! it ran over him, bruising him up consul-urabi- Mill Xuucomb from thu roadside list Jimmie Leforce is Hick with tho Last Monday Frank Tarter was fffetaaadjr . JB 5il" iflrf pneumonia. brought before Judge Myers and tried Monday was police court. Tho 'on two charges ono for carrying con docket waa very light. cealed weapons, nnd the other for petThe rain Monday nikiht nut a con ting drunk nnd raising "Cain" generally What, why my money on every purchase not made at the One siderable tide In the river, ami our mill in the Trace Fork aection. He was fined Horse Store of will get a few logs. heavily in both cases and not having tho Gen. Green Clay Smith has returned money to liquidate the claims of the ofto Washington, D. O, nflur.ii three fended Commonwealth, waa sent to jail weeks' fishing excursion. thre lo meditate nt his leisure over a -- Judge Fin ley has moved into his very objectionable career in the past. Who try to sell Staple and Fancy Groceries and other coods too. now house. Alex Sevier, of Harbour-vlllo- , Circuit court closed at this place on r whs hero last week. last Saturday. A number of misdeweek. Dr. Mofa has completed n new brick meanor cases wero tried with many conThree or four knock-dowand aa sidewalk in front of his residence. Mr. victions and a few acquittals. Goods Cheaper than Ever. William For almost any thing you may want. J. T. McUoburtB and wife have 10 many arrests about covered tho primary L. 1). Ddiilinm is having some additions Wilkinson, for the killing of Willis Mcfrom Lynchburg. Mr. Thomas turned made to his house. Coy, colored, was tried nnd acquitted. Ohurry, our enterprising merchant, in do election disagreements here Saturday. It la pleasing (o know that our old Mrs. tjhi rod Stonllll has quite The case of Win. Alien, for the killing of iug a flue business in our town. Mr. J. II. Karris cuiiio to town a few friend, M. 0. Miller, was elected in .Sa- ill, but is Improving. Mm J M. Mahan Hen Harlow, was continued until term. ae county returned from Ashevillo, N.O., last week, An indictment was found against Phil days ego and got on a drunk, and it was turday primary for where she had genu for her health, Devers, for the killing of Purdom on the long until had found him h man that clerk. not Hill Newcomb, who shot nnd mor- which was not much improved. Rolling Fork, but all pirties not being had been drinking At tliu anno trough. Camhtdl county, Tenn., has voted ready for trial, tho case was postponed Tho reoult waa that ho and Hob. Ub-urt- a tally wounded Mrs. Hurk sometime J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. had a very serious dilllculty, in aince, has left the county. Tho ollicers $50,000 tar to a railroad running from until next term. Atlanta, Ga. to Cumberland Gap. This Col. Frank Wolford, of Columbia, which Farrla got both of his eyes very have been unable to locate him. Thorenre 2,000 voters in tliin county. railroad will bu built in a short time, accompanied by his young eon, Samuel 23d, 1894. b idly hurt, and ho hail to bu hauled home. not been ablu to bo out biucu. The republicana usually carry tho county and will help to develop one of the M., visited our town in time of circuit Full corps ofCotuervitory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses Id Literature, Music and Holms Tho republican primary was held by '200 majority. .Saturday they carried finest mineral districts in this section. court and apont several daya nt the resi Ari. Excellent toardlnit deptrtmc it Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. Situiday uud wo have Boon BOimt few of it by 1, 100. Neighboring couutiea didn't It will also give Middlcshoro a lift, dence of hia sister Sallio. Though we which many of our people will rejoice to found him looking better than we expect-- , the candidates bIiicc who wero happy and object to loaning a few votes. The republican primitrp last Satur- see. majority of them seem ed, yet it was plain to he seen that both rejoicing, but thu Miss Morris, who has boon teaching in Mitally and physically ho waa not as mad ami disappointed. Judge Leu who day in this county was tho hardest fight o haa made this county a inodol judge for for m my years; it was even more stub- in the Academy for bouio time, went vigorous aa in tho days gone by, lfORthan most of our final homo last week on account of ill health. had soveral long talks with him in which j the lat few years, received 2J0 votes. bornly cmiU-steI).ivid Huthiirum elections. The following candidates re- Walker Maion attended the oratorical wero recounted the incidents and thril-- , Jnmea White 170, and oilicontent at Lexington last FriJay. Dep- ling scenes of 1S01, '02. V:5, and 04. tiJ2 votes, for county judge. Dick Mil ceived nomination for tho various I). I. Hpthurum, for county judge, uty Collector Caudill, of Harbourville, We earnestly hope that his after -- i Leo Tate d II for county court est: lerbeat atwas down last Friday looking after Borne in tho journey of his eventful life will he clerk. Will Mullins beat II. Gotten 2S majority, 1IW; I I). Colyor, county for SherilF. Tliu question might be inked torney, (00; M. C. Miller, county clerk, violation of the revenue law in thia smooth nnd pleasant. New styles at lowest prices. Call and sec. place. Last Saturday we met at Mt. Salem who la Mr. Bethurum, the man nomina- .U0; W. (J. Mnlliiis, heriir, for About two weeks ago H. II. our old schoolmate in the days of 1819 Judge Lssr and Whito. tion., ftW; Geo.go linllin, jailer, 17. W. ted forjudge over of Carlisle, Ha., camo hero for tho and '50, A. U. McKinney, Jr., and had a Tho atiHWer cornea that Mr. Helhunun is Hicks, HSifM)r, 10; 1. Dooley, 50. Othor Swinney has gone to the purpose of organizing a carriage factory, talk of tho olden times with him. We tho man that has been runuing a The best inside wall finish; cold water process. hut live years. And ho la Cherokee atrip. Dr. J. W. Lawrence has and citice that time some of our most en- learned that ho was shaping his nmtirs b located in Oklahoma. Mlai Mattio terprising citizens have been at work to go to Oklahoma in the not very disin tho gentleman that had about PAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint, Carriage Paint, Stains, has returned from an extended getting stock subscribed, and on last tant future. We much regret that as court, for tho unagainst him hut Closest prices for cash. visit to Garrard comity. Mr. G. W. Tuesday night reported $0,003 taken by good a citizen and pleasant a fellow hb and Varnishes. lawful selling of whliky. HoUlhegeii MEDICINES Prescriptions compounded with care from the best from Pino Hill Saturday. the citi.iiis of the town. Tub company Hurt is, from private trouble or other tleman who Hore in almo-t- all the canes Facuiwasuii . l i i tir t..iii V. 13. McRoiierts. Give us a call. that ho had tried, that he had uerer sola .iiwwrs. u. u. wok, . v,. .umuns mm wus orgitilzeu with a paid up capital causes, should tieom it nuvisauio at ins drugs and chemicals. life, and iu G. 1) Cook wero up from Livingston Block of f IS.OiX), Mr. Lock wood takiug ago to try the uncertainties and hardth. wiim.rti.s a dron in his Mr. K M Detiney and family U,0J0 himself. This factory proposes to ships of a new country nnd commence Borne cases ho a.iid he had never seen Monday uus and again tne battle of life among strangers. witness in Ida life, &c. It may bo are hero from Ash Grove, Mo. Miss make a specialty ol the BUY a Hue line of carriages m ide to special We tried it ourselves not n great many Mr. Uotliuruut wkb right, und aU Mary Miller has returned from tho that Mrs order. They will not manufacture the years ago, nud though wo buttled braveof Mutic, Cincinnati. those men who waa witnessei- agunst misrepresented (5. A. Coyle has returned from Pitts- ordinary buggy, but have six patents ly, wo wont to the wall. him, were wrong, and burg nnd will manufacture these almost exhim. We are unablu to aay, hut then is DEATH'S 001NCS. A site has already been clusively. wo do know and that is CHURCH AFFAIRS. ono tiling tint selected for the building, nnd work will that theio is something rctten aome where Mrs. Susan Hanks Bond, wife of W. Tho meeting m the Baptist church be begun on it in a few days, and We feel like the democratic and prohibiF. Bond, of the ilrui of Bond & Lilian!, coutiiiiiei, with four additions to date. pushed as rapidly as possible to comtion parties have tieen outraged, by tho She was 03 is dead. Kev. II. T. Uaineft' meeting at the pletion, and the company hopes to be in Lawrenceburg, county, because republican party in thla ALSOyears of ago, had been married i'i years, Mcthodtlsl church closed with working order within six weeks. It will they knew that these parties were in the Lebanon and leaves 11 children. give employment to about 50 skilled minority, and had no power to rtalstauy-thin- g seven additions. A private letter tells of tho recent Mr. L. M. Laoleyis holding meeting workmen. that their republican brethren saw death near Woodland, Yolo county, CalLogan'a Creek church, which proper to bring up on them We have nightly nt ifornia, of the wife of Mr. Joe Cook, who MIDDLEBURC, CASEY COUNTY. submissive to any and all are growing in interest and attendance. b.'on quiet and moved with his family to the Golden The meetings at Main Street ChrisThe best Garden Plow on the Market, from Wo have heard of no one planting State nearly 10 years ago, from Boyle thinga, aul we have been lotting them church, Lexington, conducted by corn yet, though it is getting about time. a walk'OVor into every olllco and tian lnvo county, Ky., when the "gold fever" was closed with 03 additions. A couple of Italians with a monkey high. Mra. Cook, was a Christian wonot a word to say, and I do feol that they Klder Dande, Uro. .loe Hopper is awaking the siu created a little nmuseineiit on the streets wero duty bound to give in a gjod inw man, unusually energetic and was inUelig-ion- " and not get a man who tiers at I'aria with hia "Old Time here Saturday. abiding citiwn, strumental in her husband amassing conand the indications are that he will The trustees are preparing to build a siderable means. Mr. Cook is a brother haa been in the courtB for 10 or 15 yearn, reap a harvest of souls. new school house in district No. 32. Well of Mrs. Kvan Waters and Mrs. Betsy for violating thu common law, and any to Tne executive committee have com- it is badly needed. ua who can not help ourselves, that ho Nnvius and has a namesake in this of God knows pleted their arrangements for the Dis Dogs have been making frequent fice. shall bo our county judge. W. O. T. I'. Convention, to be held raids 011 sheep in this section ol late, We inadvertently neulected to menthat tho writer haa nothing personal trict Prices lower than any one. Climax. He is said to bo in Kirksvillw April though we are glad to note that the dogs tion in our last issue the death of Mrs. against Mr. Hethuruui. Tho Transylvania Presbytery meela bavoBUllered most. Some eight or 10 Margaret .1. Cosby which occurred at a clever man in his way and wo believe "W. wlien IK delegates are ex worthless hounds and shepheids have Junction City last Thursday of heart disit, for I do think there was more whisky hero At least ar was pected to be in attendance. Deceased was thn relict of N. C. ease. ..ii...i. .iwmv during last week than piid the penalty, with their lives. rangements have been made to entertain Kev. Mr. Shouse preached at the Cosby and w:is 03 years old. She leaves over given to tho pmipie of this county, Baptist church Sunday, after which a nine children, live daughters, all of them for the saute period of time since we that number. See our Spring Stock of Kev. D. II. Greiggs preached a serMrs. Cosby was a faithful county and it is said that tho business meeting was held, nud he was married. know the he larger pur cent, of it cumo from his mon nt Hrtltimoru Sunday in which - unanimously called to take charge of the member of the Methodist church and to tho fath nalliated the ollenses of Colonel llreck- church as pastor. Hro. Shouse is a very died as she had lived in full confidence .house. Now one iUelion Mbis Pollard and said people youthful minister though a very promis of a glorious reward. Fully conscious of era and voters ol this county and wo are i.irnlge ami Do you think it wise, do you ought to forgive them. done. ing out ana mii uouuiiess mKO an ex- her condition, she spoke calmly of the Tim Walnut Flat meeting has had Sf cellent pastor. hereafter and urged her relatives and for the good of your boys, for think it After W. L. Witherc, Salesman. morality and sobriety of your coun- confessions and 00 a Iditions to the Cum. There is a movement 011 foot to unite friends to meet her in Heaven. the county judje bdrlaud Presbyterian membership, and the public school at Yosoniilo with the tho funeral bernion, tho remains were ty, to elect Mr. Hethuruui acthe good work continues. of this county? If ao, cast your ballot one here. The project seems to meet taken to Duivilleand in the presence of The Roman Catholic houses of wor- the wishes of the people at Yosemite, as many friends laid to rest. Mrss Cosby we must submit to your cordingly, and a well as those here. It would savo tho was the only sister of the husband of decision, or will you atop and consider ship in th' United States have capacity for ',,'.)7 1,000 persons, tho Presby- buildiug of one school house at least, be- Mrs. Fannie tireen, ol tins place. of your county, the sobriety tho interest bouses for i.O.JS.OOO, while the sides give those people over there a butof your boys and tho saerediiej of tho terian ONJEAST MAIN MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. one time in your Itdptiat have a capacity for 11,5!M),000. law? And then fur ter school. Hishop lluvgood, ilO years ago, wns e "Single women live longer than Uvea lay down parly prejudice and strife In our lotter of last week, we uninYou can save money by examining my'new stock of goods and payup like cliriatitin men, and sexton of Trinity Methodist church in tentionally, overlooked the death of Mrs. a statistician. Of courso nioti" pays and come ing Cash for Now he wears the highest help ub elect a good law abiding citizen Atlanta. J udii A. Hatter, wife of Mr. W. G. Hat- tliey do. A woman can take care of herhonors ami holds the highest position in for judge of thia county ter, at her home, two miles south of self. A nial! needs somebody to help Dry the gift of the Methodists. Ho recently Yosemite, on March 31st. Mrs. Matter him. preached in this church and the incident S.0ND0N, laurel county. Mav and December were united at Tinware, &c. You are invited to call. I will endeavor to deal fair was an excellent woman and an honored recalled his former position there. My goods are all First member of the Christian church. Tho Lexington Tuesday. Editor II. II. Gratz, with you and will appreciate your patronage. board of town tnuteoa The name old It is n Jt generally known that funeral services were conducted by her who is GO, was married to Miss Sallie Class Staple goods and will be sold at a by Judge Uarnott hut waa re appointed has become the headquarters of pastor, K?v. J. G. Montgomery. Vaughan, just 21. .May long life and Monday. the Spiritualists of tho Uuited States. happiius he theirs. fileeted Wednesday it enowed and ISelievera have proposed the erection of "Gen" Kelly's "Industrial Army" is At Marion, the jury in the case of and the min waa out occabionully to en- a $1,000,000 church in that city. Ami this stuck at Ugden, Utah. Gov. West will look through my stock and you will agreee that you Miss Sulhu Mooiu against L. W. Cruce Call and see me, oy tho fun. da us that a Spiritualist, and his not allow the men to proceed Fast. Tho for $10,000 damages for betrayal and can save money by trading with me. rd in in Mra. Carolino Thompson Bayo that a wife have just been indicted at LexingSouthern Pacific will not take them Won breach of promise, returned a verdict deep mow fell at London 50 years ago ton for ill nance. unless full faro is paid. Tho men de- Monday for the defendant. last Tuesday. clare that they will not go West and last The engagement of Odette Tyler, the T. A. Hradley, Danville, will pay tho I was a Uttlo previous in that remark believed to bo preparing to actress, and Howard Gould has been marshal. Ono highest market price for wool. Write night wero about not needing a town seize a Union Pacific train and come to broken oil". Tho Gould family opposed for prices. Wool sacks can bo found at was needed a little Monday. Colorado, where Gov. Waito is standing the match, and, as Jay Gould left a pro when 1 Haiilcircnii F.irns k Hardin's. I made f of with outstretched arms. vision in his will taking away May court comes on the 15th ol May. Sim Booker, colored, was nrrestod in the legacy of any of his children who Tho judgment secured by Dr. Fred 21st i'h tho date. Pope, of Nelson county, against the tho Wet Woods for tho assassination of married without the consent of the reDrug-StorOpposite the Myers House is the place to buy your Tilde" Jell Pitman, who lived at Courier-Journfor $2,500 for libol was Stephen Geer, who was murdered near mainder of the family, the match was The aged 01. Uast UeniBtmlt, died lat,t Friday, He confeesod brokou. Howard Gould was lull 110,000,-00- 0 March 0. good citizen, in atlirmed by tho Superior Court. We Jellersouville, Ho was a by his father, and wives aro more think a correspondent wired that tho doc- his guilt and said Marion Pickering, a all good circumstances and was liked by fired the fatal plentiful than such fortunes. Thursday with tor assisted in "removing" a woman's colored itinerant preacher, The remains weia burled husband so that he could get a better shot. Pickering was ai rested and also Masonic honors, The pay of the employes of the School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, confessed. chance at her. Liquors for Medical Purposes. Queen & Crescent will bo cut 10 per A resolution favoring the repeal of a vote Having disposed of his G0,000 trotTho NewVoTk Assembly by thank-iu- g on State bank issues cent. Tho men will strike rather than ting stallion, Commonweal Commander the 10 per cent, tax of '102 to 3, adopted a resolution accept the reduction. of Hill for his criticism of the Coxey is now on his way to Washington was adopted by tho caucus Democratic Senator Mrs. Moses Young dropped dead ol administration, h s with a herd of jackasses. Judging from members of tho House. Only 103 memforeign policy ol the Call and see us. heart disease on the street in Lexington. hia tho daily performances in both Houses bers wero present. denunciation of the Income tax and decided that Her husband died as suddenly of the Twenty-siThe Supremo Court haa in Congress, he will find the market G. opposition to the tariff bill. same disease a few months ago. lager beer is not spirituous liquor. Badly over stocked. Glasgow Times. lor tho resolution. democrats voted ..,. TiO McKinney & Hocker, CALL OK ,ia y. ns McZINNEY & HOCKER. b-- en Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January MeRoberts' Drug Store, -- d WAUL 8 PAP B re-el- Lock-woo- dtstll-ioryfort- '-.! lict-nien- ts New-com- t n v . t- two-whe- el -- Con-sanato- ry - Brinley's Combination Plow and Harrow. -- THE - "COLUMBIA," W. H. HIGGINS. WE ARE IN IT. 18-2- 0. t, Brown CultiDisc Harrows, Geo. vators, Corn Planters. Buggies, Carriages Wagons, and Farming Implements. B, 3S. WSA21S2T. STORE EW CASH STREET. shes bin-gl- 11 Goods, Groceries, Boots, Hardware, Hal-timo- re SMALL PROFIT PO, CASH. 11 J. C. FLORENCE. 11 mit-tak- DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. e one-hal- al well-know- Drugs, School Supplies, DB. S. KOCKEB, Tho Druggist. The Best Goods for the Least Money, . BTjrT 7'w- - TV" " w " eMneafc ii&w f BOSWfl(St it i ii ii i, ii . u i ujwtf ,i. i wy mumummju.jLij; f Tiiky are still talking in the case. Phil Thompson's speech for tho defendant wasremarkable only for its vulgarity and brutality and could lime no other than a bad etlect on the jury. His bitter denunciation of Mies Pollard was disgusting, not to say unmanly. Ho characterized her as a bawd and a wanton, to give a verdict to whom would bo to encourage every prostitute to como into court and air her filth. He called her a money getter, who robbed Kod s, was engaged to Hossell and Breckinridge's mistress at thosamo time. Col. Breckinridge he declared was no stint, but was as good as men generally "only," said he, "he is exposed and most of them are not, and it is a good thing. But all of us have these relations with women that is, all men just to show that they aro men. Thero may bo some good fellows, only I nover met them. They start in to have a little fun with n woman and the first thing they know they have got into eternal hell with her." Such assertions are unworthy of a brute much less a man and an and can only react upon the one who made them. They aro the coarse vapor-inn- s of a libertine, who would bring the entiro manhood of the country to his disgraceful level. Nothing but execration and condemnation can be felt for so unworthy a representative of Kentucky manhood. The case will probably, be with every ingiven to tho jury struction against the defendant. Pollard-Breckinridto-dait oo &MI-WEEKL- Y IOTER10R JOURNAL - Stanford, Kv Apiul, 13, 1S94 W. P. WALTON. 6 0E8 EATER'S" PAGES. tixjdj-y: fttll-lledeed m m i Sknatok Hill, who ncqnired nonm fame from the declaration. "I am a democrat," and who thought ho was a heir apparent to the presidency, when the fact was that nobody in the country wanted him for the oflice, but tho inembera ol the New York snap convention, baa again made a spectacle of himself and demonstrated that his neser tion of democracy was but tho utterance of a Boinbastcs Furioso. He made a speech in the Senate this week in opposition to tho tariff bill, although the democracy in convention assembled hml promised n reform in tho law, claiming that tho conditions were chauged and that such a bill should not bo passod-Hdeclared that tho incomo feature of tho bill was altogether unnecessary, mischievous suddenly and sprung upon the country in the hour of its distress, undemocratic iu its nature and socialistic in its tendenciee. His animosity towards Mr. Cleveland, whom he will nover forgive for judge, who is a republiAn turning him down so completely in his can and an unmarried man, said to us presidential aspirations, was fully shown that if he was on the Breckinridge jury for he took occasion to refer to this for he would find for the defendant. He eign policy as humiliating.especially with s iys that the colonel acted very foolishly reference to Hawaii and charterized it as to be lead around by a designing woman a blunder worse than a crime. It ws, and under threats and by forco of arms however, Baid he.thenatural consequence promising to marry her, in tho presence which might woll have been anticipated of witnesses, but he says that such wt from that other mistake in placing tho has been shown by man from the Department of State in charge of a re- time of David and Samson, down to Alpublican statesman, distinguished and exander Hamilton, IInry Ward Beech-o- r estimable though he may be, whoto puband our own Billy Breckinridge. lic services have always been identified The judge thinks that Miss Pollard bein opposition to tho democratic party, longs to the class of women who prey who was without sympathy for its tradi- upon men like vultures, and that she is tions and purposes, and whose political entitled neither to sympathy nor monconvictions upon tho disputed public ey. questions of tho day, if changed at all, Tiik first numorof tho Marion Falcon, are carefully concealed. We rather agree edited by our old friend Sam M. Boone, with tho senator iu this assertion, but y condemn very beartly the spirit in which Sr , and Commonwealth's Attorney Shuck, has reached us, and been read it was made. Senator Hill can never be a statesman. Ho is too narrow minded with interest. The paper is an and vindictive for that, and he is too and chuck full of news and timely mat small a man ever to be president, of these ters of moment. Capt. Boone's referlife in Lebanon United States, tho Campbollsville, Ky.t ence to his to the contrary not is both touching and eloquent and shows Journals opinion withstanding. The speech drew a great that the old man's heart is still in the crowd to the Senate hall, and it was loud- right place. May the Falcon Goarat once ly applauded by tho republicans and into public favor. democrats, who seem A most decided improvement has been to be working iu double harnesi at presIr is said that all tilings come to him NKW ADVEKT1SEMK.VTS. made in the Cincinnati Commercial Gazent. who waits. Several years ago a numbt r ette. The paper is cleaner, brighter and Swearing that ho would otay iu jail batter under the new management, and of men, who called themselves the Cum till hell frezi over or some Buch indefibast of all old Murat's morose medita- berlund Valley Land Co., with oilice at Saris Vertical Sjwinj Michises Stanford, bought 10,000 acres of laud in nite time, Editor Moore gladly accepted tions are seen no more in :t Harlan county. Since then they have bail, when he found that his case would NEWSY NOTES. waited and waited and gotten no returna Are th- - bft btcau 'hey mn lighter and can Jo benot be tried till July. He only staid a greater variety ol work than any other Mwiug hind the bars 24 hours. The Methodist Seven men were instantly killed by from it, but on the contrary have had to machine The expreacher, who had him indicted, Rev. a train jumping the track near New Era, pay out much for taxes and other Lincoln County Recently President Vincent Ladies penses. E. L. Southgate, did so for Bpite, so Mich. Boreing sold the timber ou it for about a Are cordially invited to call at tha M Ataph Moore alleges, because he commented on tennesee fopulists nelil a convenMotel and examine tUe mat nine, a well a tam .McMUKRAY IIRIIS . his prayer for rain on St. Patrick's day, tion and nominated A. L Mima for gov- third that the land and all eoet and he plo of lit work btautJid, Kf ij.ti and tho other directors met hero yesterto keep the Irish from parading. As no ernor. day and declared a nice dividend. publisher at Lexington will print tho Tho United States Mine- Workers of . paper, the editor announces that he will America have ordered a general strike the Hustonvillo saloon men had i and that no April 21. issue it from been granted license, Judge T. L. Shel-to- n The ba ieliiv.de of the Hanzlux Cork .V Crecn number shall be missed. Mooro'n pliww Turnpike KudCj Newton Garrett, n Fayetto county, mt at War ' applied on the same grounds, the Knot In Mc Kinney on tltawill Saturday in May d lore is in (ho luuatic asylum. His monoma- merchant, killed himself because of unboard of trustees having granted him the i"y, at J p. m , tut the purx of electing a lr ideat and Hoard of bircctoia lot the mtuing year. nia for uotorisiy has completely crazed requited love. right. Tuj application was made to J W. GIVKNS.Pras. j him. Gov. Brown has selected Paduoah as Uounty Clerk G. B. Cooper, who upon Somk complaint tins been made about the place for the next encampment of the advice of lawyers, refused tho license. the slow methods in making changes iu the Statu Guard. giving as his reason that tno (Unmet Jeflico Creek, Whitley county, is a having voted against hceuw, and the The UclthoMer of thv ltutnville A ( off?) 'a tho but it ii not the fault of Mill Turauikc Kuad w.il at Dr. Hiovtu'i Mr. Maxwell. It is stated that he Ikh newly established post office, with Milton town being a part thereof, tho trustees ottice ltuttunvill it .Saturday iu May, at lnrec-to- r a p m to electa 1'ioidtitt and Ikirdi had no right to grant license. The money averaged 1,800 appointments n month in L. White C C LVON, I'm. fof thJ enauin year. Jim Brown's gang of murderers has was tendered the clerk and refined, and fourth ula-- s oflkes, thus boating the record of the notorious headbman, Clark-so- aasinuted over HO men in Loo county, the next step we learn will be to apply to the circuit judge for n mandamus to by several hundred. Fatty Bissell Texas, within tho last year. The county of Jefferson, which in- - compel the issuil of thu license. Suit '1 be ktuckholdcra of tre Stanford A Iluitouvillr miyboa mugwump, but thero aro : o ' Co. paya-1perceut.of the against Mr. Cooper for damages Jia also Turnpike Road and will hold their annual tdoclioa flies on Maxy. Let him giow in grace chvlva Hoard of Uireciort at .huU for a I'rctident p m , the lat Saturday hoiiK, Oirneraville, at net revenue of the State and good works. talked of. I F. CAill in May, 404 of Georgia, who took Senator Walsh, Latum. As we go to press wo learn The county clerk ol Uarroll county his seat Wednesday, sayo he will vote that an agreed case has submitted ran for office once too often, Not satio- - fjr and st'pport tho Senate Tariff bill. to fudge Sanrl r, who will decide at a fied with holding tho position 2S years, Tho notorious young sport and special term Saturday whether or not A moctin; of th stockholder ol Knob t.i.k, he offered for the democratic nomination spendthrift, tho Marquis of Ailesbury, is Judge Sholton is entitled to license. No McC roucks & Turr.rvlllv Turnpike Co. will h held at McCoriua.Va May 5th, iV, at 1 ji h.., for last week and met his Waterloo iu the dead. His debts amount to Sl,2o0,000. lor thu matter what the decision the case will bo tlw )uTom of cleclin,; uUiirr GUVKK. eHauine; ywr. ). I. lre. person of u Mr. Scott, who was chosen Bbpresontative Lisle l.aa secured n settled by the Court of Appeals. the nominee. The gr3ed for oflice grows favorable roport on the bill for the; oroc upon what it is fed. I' ew office holders tion of a Federal buildiu;' ut Mt. Ster- Alt. ot tho hiwyoia aj;reo that in in ever dio and none regigu or give up the ling. corporated townH tliu trustoos hnvo tlio Thy annual meeting of the ttorkhoidbrf of the gun until they can nhoot no more. Judge Bradley cleared the court room solo control of the liquor traflic, until tho Stanford ft talU G p '1 urnpike Itoa Co for the election of a l'reualent and lloarti ot Ditactor for when he heard applause for a particu-- 1 people hnvo oxr.resdudthuuiBolveB ou tho be held at The city of Cincinnati cast 5S.O00 votes irly flamboyant period of Major Butter-wort- question, when the law makes it com thi- cnniirii," year, will lit Stturdav Vaiidevtur'i more Stanford ou tho In May 'n, r p. in its recent election, just 3,000 more) J. E. LYNN, pulsory on tliHin to iseuo licenae if tho at j than tho whole number cast by the litKobbors attempted to hold up a Rock people voto that way, or refuso them if tle State of Rhode Inland, which is not Island train at Pond Creek, O. T., but they do not. In the absonce of expreslarger than the county of Pulaski, adwero ropulsud with one killed and one sion the truHtoea or couuciluien nut 111 Th annual meet in: Tor lh tdocUoti of a Presjoining us. And yet Little Khody has they mm flt in the mutter. The new ident and IkmhI ol Ul rectors (or he Knob Lick wounded. Turnpike Co. will be held 'at tho Hrat Xattonal two U. S. Senators and n Congressman. P. C. Hall, who wMwmt to the pen- charter for 5th class towns, of which Hank of tUnlord the itf Saturday in May, f&jH, Representation in the National Legislain, Ima this clatiM wit or and tockhuldrt are i.creby not) tied itentiary for rape, by the Harlan court, elMrt StAnford CI.1F1UN r'uWI,KR, l'if. j ture iu not altogether fair in this great has had his case reverted by the Court enunietmtinK the diflVsrent licenwH, inland of our. cluding liquor. "Tub itAux of the of Appeal-- . different license uudor thhj cuptr A Newport News and Mitiwippi Tim Covington Commonwealth, which exchwive control o 'I'Km unnii.l m.1iiiii nS li. mini Llir.,.1. ... .. f th.. for n time followed tho fashion of tin Valley box oar containing 30,000 pounds shall b under the M il I , nVv' ..run L.. to nrut Tnn.mlll MrKI -r of dyoatnitfl was b nafehod to pieces in a the oitv council, who wny Koad Cc. wi be held at McKmney ikt Mturday Cincinnati Enquirer and hud little or uj dtacretion, except m here in May, 1894, at j p m. for the purpose ot rlmine editorial matter, now presant a col u in it derailment at Memphis. By n miracle 'iwiwe, in it of Din om tor the en a I'rrMdem in provided," the exception ueiK ag laing j ear. and hwmti H. r GO JIK, 1'rei 3 or two dapy o: brig it and poumuut the dynamite did not explode. -- The present April storm in the above Uted when the town bag voted comment ou trio men, metwtirw. and for licenee. Some lawyer contain!, ar.d ovonU ot the hur, and iu a maimer has been accompanied by the heaviest say they are Iwkml by decision of the snowfall of the aeaeon. At Buffalo, N. which shows that tlie writer is no tyro the V., it is the heaviest recorded iu 30 Court of Appeata, that the tOWna lllOIie j .. Tn. annual HOMingof the mockhordera o( .. . . ....i- i with the pun. urpBier ut in arii 1.0. 1. niiwiruw tWIOre IUUM VOto (U tne qntwiun KIr.ru ll i ' wlu beheld at llu tonviUeon the lit Suuiday in years. , for Way, at p City aleetiona were held iu New York It is rnmored that Judge Brad- binding withm their Iiwtta, thoiiKh it m omcefiiS. lb urtiulHir ye the puipoee cf cltxtiDgr. lor W D IKKFOUD, Pre 3 and New Jersey Tuesday and Nearly ley has Uk-official notice of the attack a qneation trhtber or not thu town- in everything wout republican. There is by Colonel John O. Hodge, in the Lex- thin uonnty have not foi felted their right no dieguuuug the fact that tuare U great ington Observer, on his ruliugs iu the by voting with the preninot without discontent amoui; tlu mutees with the case, characterizIH2 party in power, and what is wotn it in ing his conduct as more brutal and high o MilUdevtlle Turtmike Co. far the election ui a Todd ia the name of a new l'realdoat and Hoard of Dlrectoii for the einuiair deserved. The detnourate are indeed in handed than that of Sir George Jeffrie, in Pulaski and W. G. Todd will be year will be held at McCermackt May ilgj. W. V M c K IT f It I 3 England, L'OO years ago. Piii the middle of a very had fix. in pcEtniitslcr. Courier-Joo ill-tim- ak-ne- sa Fin-le- ante-bellu- m Tiik weather contii uoj very unSpring-like- , with occasional flurries of snow and Tiik tins and tones of our dress Roods much dnenp coldness. Ttie signal servico harmonize perfectly, but the greatest doesn't promiso much better tho harmony is in our prices. Hughes fe yesterday reading: Threatening, late. followed by showers Friday afternoon or I will have a choice lot of tlowers for night. e sale at I). W. Vandovoer's storo nfter toIs the most expressive word we can find in our vocabulary that will day. Call and 6eo thorn. Mrs. W. E. Tiik marriage of Mrs. Ann GivenB to Varnon. Nov. Georgo Patterson was tho swellcst give you a conception of the extremely low prices that still prevail . all'rtir ever seen in colored circles here. with us. A number of our customers have asked us how we can afIf yon have a few minutes to spare and Tho bride was dressed iu white crepe do ford to sell goods so much lower than our competitors, whose faciliwish to spend them pleasantly, step in and see the now goods Danks, the jewel chine, trimmed with white satin and ties for buying and selling close are to all outward appearances as lace, with natural flowers. Eld. Hichards er, is showing. performed the ceremony, tho Christian good as ours. Tkat is where the mistake comes in; for hor having wear Hboes will find church being beautifully decorated for numerous places of business in this and other States, we necessarily All persons who it greatly to their advantage to examine tho occasion. Gid Wado played tho buy in larger quantities and of course get closer prices. IJtit what our immense stock before buying. wedding march. A number of invited principally tells the tale is that we have Hughes & Tate. white people attended. After tho cere mony an elegant pupper was enjoy d by Tiik public follows the styles and that the bridal party, and a number of guests. brings them to us for dress goods, trim- Tho brido is the relict of Kid. Harrison i mings, shoes, clothing, underwear, bos. Givens, of tho ChriMinn church. lery, gloves and laces, fce. Hughes & Tate. By the burning of Manninn's livery Factories in the East need that cash; we need their goods; so in given tho Btablo at Baltimore, 137 were either burn consequence we have bought at our own price and you shall have the" Earnest Wakkkn has been . ed tin or sutlocated. Among tho Imnifl l,,(-- . agency of the Louisvillo Times and For we intend to sell them at about one-halof their urnal and has promised to increase was tho famous racing maie, Lottie Col- - original value and we intend to make this week the chance of a life litis. tho already large circulation of both. Riley M. Adnms, an eccentric citien time for our patrons to secure the most Ho is a bright boy, anxious to do someof Vineland, N. J., was by request burthing and we trust our people will assist him by taking one or the other of these ied iu n willow basket which had btcu sp'endid publications. Ho will deliver used by him as a bed for tho pust seven on years. the Times for breakfast and the Kvcr ofiercd. This tells you how it is done: All Calicoes at M. M. Kolsy has been appointed its arrival. postmaster at Steubenville, Wayi o Apron checked Gingham and 5 cents; Tryons extra heavy 7- -S Tiik following are the names of tho count, J. S. Stapp at Newby, MdiHon Hrown Cotton will go again this week at 5c. In White Goods we Lincolon county jurorp, who got caught county, and T.J. Brown at Pigeon Roost, have the largest and on tho Copo and Doolin jury at Somer- Clay county. Jerry Constantine, of Sparta, Galset: J. W. Givens, 0. W. Wyatt, J. S Mobley, Walter Huston, J. V. Bailey, latin county, has been appointed chief J. B. Bout, J. S. Lee, G. A. Hughes, telegraph operator of the National House He isalsoCongrtss-maCam Duncan, D. L. Trimble, J. B. Bitfe of Representatives. In town, consisting of India Linen, Nainsook Checks, Irish Lawns, Berry's private secretary. and J S. Murphy, Jr. Under date of In the municipal election at Albany, Indian Dimity, Pacific Jaconets, Algeriane Stripes, &c. All of which tho 11th Mr. Murphy writes that the Commonwealth has closed, but the case N. Y., the democrats, who have controll- will positively be sold lor less than you can buy them elsewhere. In ed tho city for 13 years, wero defeated by Dress would take all tho week. Goods, we have them to suit the purse of the poorest nnd the a combination of republicans and bolting A dispatch from Barbourvllle Bays; "independent" or Hill democrats. taste of the most fastidious. Now a word or two about T iu grand jury, has returned indictments The Hume Distillery is now under against Police Judge S. A. 1). Jones and suspension, after a run of three month? Marshnl Jaint" Bowman, charging them The output was I.OStf barrels or 2S.000 with murder. Both nre in jail nwaiting proof gallons, on whioh the government trial. The indictmentsaro thooutprowth taxis more than 200,000. Richmond For men and boys. Men's Shirts, we have them in Embroidered of the shooting of young Win. Ueeder Climax. fronts, shield, plain and fancy V. V. and puff bosoms. Ncjjligcs in here on tho 22d of January. Davidson, Hurricanes of unusual Bovority pre- any pattern. Neckwear in profusion. Hosiery all shades nnd qualiof the Barbourvllle Land vailed along the New Jersey and Long ty. A shirt, knee pants and straw hat, a summer outfit for that bareCo., and cashier of the defunct bank, Island great damage hotl m footed, rascally boy of your all for 50c. Our stock of Spring Clothwas also indicted for embezzlement. sea and land. The large schooners Albert W. Smith and Kate Markee. wore ing is still increasing and we are the leaders in assortment, quality Prior W. S. Buhcn aiki us to say that tho primary declamatory con test among wreoked on tho New .Jersey coast and and price. Don't fail to get the benefit of this week's bargains. the boys of Public Park Academy to de- their crows wero drowned. Gov. Brown appeared before the cide upon a representative in the "Blue grand jury at Frankfort, but did nor tec Grass Declamatory Contet," to be held that his old enemies at Winchester, June 12. will occur Satut-da- v tily, Ho dec were behind the summons thet had morning at tho public echool build aro brought him there. He snid there whs ing, at 10 o'clock. Tho conte3tant A. URHAXSKY & CO., I'ropnVtor James and George B. Saufiey, James no law making him n detective and inMenefee nnd Kindrick Alcorn. Tho pub- former and none to compel him to anT. D. RAN ICY, Manager. swer the grand jury's uehtionn. lic cordially invitd ADDITIONAL LOCAL dis-pit- ch ' TREMENDOUS ! m ... THE jM f O.-- J. Wonderful Bargains 4'jc ! 4c; n Nicest Assortment Furnishing Goods -- shoro-i,doin- g d !LOUiSV!LLE : STAKFOBD, K., STOR ... -- H.6.RUPLEY,-- lb M ''SXS) ft1t!.t,4 Is Koceivirjff His of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. call. Goods Warranted and a I'erlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me xW-t- Turnpike Election. Cint-iunat- TIIK DAYTON- - BE. 1 Turnpike ISlcelion. . nu-e- CROSS-CU- T DISC HARROW -- poat-ofllce- s, t 111 l. And- n, Turnpike Election. The Brown Cultivator, l.est Farm Implements Made. m 1i. Turnpike Election. J. K. VANARSDALE, GLASSWARE, QUEEN S WARE, CHAMBER SETS, DINNER SETS, &c. Every thing you can think of in the Fine Chinawarc line. examine and get prices. Call nnd Turnpike Election. 1 h. 111 ri. Turnpike Election. FARRIS & HARDIN. Stanford, Ky. Turnpike Election. f nI I I 1 rf ur . lit I Turnpike Election. k. - f - - n pio-tee- U Turnpike Election. PolUrd-Breckiiindg- e ppat-oflle- d, We Have : Got : Them. W. H. WEARE8M St, CO : WSSBM . . A. f SESBKZ tmmixmwirr ra am yw v SEMI-WEEKL- Y lNTERlORJOUffll Apiiil 13, 1891 REPUDIATED BY NYU. HE GIVE9 Btanfoud. Kr., THE PRINCESS ANGELINE NOTICE TO QUIT. W. P. WALTON. DEMOCFUTIO NOMINEES. F ii ii ii ii Anil Ailvlae Iter to Fend Hack Her Creel nnil Ilia Letters A Speech by the Hon. ludge.... JrtS.WALKr.R Clerk AttorneyO oivjcns Muckontlei Itowoll Illtllnir Over tlis C, C. 1. mid H. llnml Nyo n u Hrovrnle). Copyrlcht, 1B0J, by Kdgnr W. Nyo. - - Sheriff ii Astftsor jailer COOPKK ..J. H. PAXTON ..T I). NKWI.AND P.. D KI'.NNKDY G. W DEHOR D lettor let uie briefly unnounco that my nlliniico with tho rrinccsa AiiKL'lintvldeHtilnuKhtcr of King Soattloi emperor of Pugct sound Doforo bi'tfinniuy this nnil iluko of Puynllnp, has been broken otr. This id naturally n private matter, but so ninny conflicting reports nro abroad Daniel Dkronda, March, E.V VlLLK, SlC TRANSIT, ) ) 1801. morgan Denmark:. hands Morgan Denmark it bay etallion. is hlijh. llelssplendtdlrbredai a glatKc at hit pedigree wilt show, lie will make the jetton of lSj almyatableon the Danville A Lancaster pike, iH mlle North of llutible, regarding it that I am compelled to givo At $10 to Insure ft Living Oolt. lesponsl He it by dam, I. dam by daul vy Care taken to prevent accidents but not ble thould any occur. Morgan Denmark wai foal el In 1N9. On Time, ton of Stonewall J acksou. lit dy Morgan, by Stuoewall Jackson, ami Vllgluiu.. jtd dant by Matchtcwi, 4II1 Morgsn Denmark It one 0' the bett bred sadd.e tUllloont in Kentucky. lias good maoo and tail and good, lout;, rangy ntk. Don'i tail la iac H. UVNIIAK, him. Hubble Ky w. M. Traniby Hire. L. r. MUK wmsmmjA PMNcnsa A.Nai.UNn Jfi &KrS WmSSs. CENTRAL PARK, DANVILLE. TUB WORLD'S CHAMPION, Gambonito a 30 Int. i dam : 8419, Race record a:t, winner of the old and sweepstake preinluma fur aundardbrcd trotlertat the World', Fair ilyj. Sired by GarnbetU Wilkea a tvVj. tire ol , in Duke r.)Q a dam Niltle, by ten ol Hilly lloice a M, by Cor. beau. dam by Helm'a Vorkihire, thoroughbred. Will mako the teaion ol tlt) at Ceiaral Park at the low pric of t.,Jj,nu Hit Maud, bv Garrard Chief, ilic of Haul Lady Yencr, dam of c in the $25 To Inauro N'OTK.-- If A Living Colt. marea bred and In foal thould change handi, money due at that time Mtret kept at reasonable ratct, but not reipontible tor accidents should any Oicur tt WM. M. Kl'K.tSOS. Daaville, Ky The all gait Saddle Slallioni, "WALLACE DENMARK KO 55, LEXEL a62. The abtve named stallions will mala the tcaton at my larm miltt unt ol Huttoutllic, near Ctrpcnter'i Station. l', i Wallaco Donmark 55, Goet all the gsitt to perfection and withnut any traUlig trots under a ,o Killccn and three quarter, hand, high. Uy Sumpter Denmark, Jr ; he by Geddard't Denmark, he by Gainra A Crcmwell't Drmuark, he by the race hone Denmark, he by Imp. Hedge I erd. dam .. Fannie Wallace No. VI, by Sir Wallace, he by Tudhunlrr'a Sir Wallace, ho by Sir Albert (thoroughbred dam.... .by Virginlut dam of Virglniut by Trin. by, thoroughbred he by Masou'a Whip, ' (thoroughbred.) ) dam... ..a Whip Mare 310 tho CI., UI.IVTH Insurance 11- I Denmark c ) by Vidette, by Indea, he bv I datn..Msg IllooJ't Illack Hawk, he by Old Illack Hawk. Vidette't ill tam by Whip,' i dam Old Tiger. ad dam Gallatin. Vindei't Itt dam by Mambrino Chief n; sd dam by Old Hay Messenger. 3d dam ! by Cannon, Whip, Wallace, by Sir Wallace, he by a dam...Ju!i Todhunt-r'- e Sir Wallace, he br Sir Albert, (thoroughbred.; ..by Virgihius, he by Maton'a Whip, 3 dim.. lee k..l. kl.k UUW Lift... pedirrcwof Wallace I Level 262.. .(..II.-- t, ... n.n-...- i. irfUII'IIK. 5 ... J a dam... a imiuuiiiuicu l . Whip Mare. j committed and r Stock my person il to my care Dfinbreeding will rtceive attention. furnithed at reaaonable ratet to be paid before removal of stock, No reiponilbiiltv for accidents or etcapet. Parting with nock forfeit! Insurance, J. STEEt.K CARPENTER, llutloi.villc, Ky 310 tho Insurance . I ) EBLE Pari.. : BIRD. at Wlnnerol the (500 Stake at Lexington. Winner of Sweepstake Premium at Winner of Agod Premium and Sweepttaket a correct re(ort to tho public or suffer from garble, account now ut largo everywhere. Sinco tho m1 Htory of tho PriuccM Co lonna, tho daughter or stepdaughter, rather of my old friend John W. Mao-kaI hnvo given a great big paUM a pair of them, for that matter as regards tho union of wealthy Americana to titled but unfumlgatcd foreigner. Tho Princo Columns has g.imbl-- l away a quarter of a million fraucri at ono tlmo Monging to tho prince, and now ebo hit hnd to uteal away from hor homo in Italy with hor threu children to oacapo him. In this I do not wish in nny way to rufluct on iny own royal fiancee, who haa borno a good character for over 00 yearn, but ho in oor and i.s Haid to bo a gam-bluhaving npout two ywirs recently catching fifth enough to pay tho poker debt of ono evening at court. Excuho mo for apjH'aring cold atid Htol-Ito tho charms of the pnncetw, to whom I promised my hand in marriago so m times rihould pick up, but aaido from lx'ing a royal gambler, and Fometimod even a royal fltioh gambler, Princervt in said to allow hor frock to sag in Miiumur timo and to jiauso during tho music while dancing tho oxford to whoop them up. No ono known how I hato to give this fact to tho pnms, but royalty, and especially royalty that ha.1 demonetized and ia ont of n job, givea mo that tired feeling bo uottceablo in tho spring of tho year. Scan carefnlly tho picture of tho prin-cvi- h copied hero from portrait now in tho Vatican. Note tho low, retreating forehoad and tho ncoruf ul curl of tho lip. Tako a man with my stylo of loug Buffering aud forbearance, and you can boo that I would experience a hull on earth. llegard tho safety pin in tho shawl t What poor taMo in a court Etou in a court of oyer and terminer that would not go! Safety pins am a j but, like tho truss, thoy should not bo worn on tho outtddo. Notice tho wldo sweep of nontrils, longevity and a hellish temper from away back behind the centurion. No, Princess Angelino. If you say apical to tho courts, all right, but I feel almost certain that if I married you I would go right on lecturing and hiro you to stay at homo. I could not lovo yon as a person of your size ought to lo loved. I never could lovo a woman who could not rend lino print and boil eggs. I was a fool to over make this promise to tho princess. Sho wiw so plain, however, that I thought sho must bo good, and sho admired my writings and said f ought to hnvo a monument 07 feet high. Ik-o-ii tl An-goliit-m- df ol do-lig- ht do-noti- y, r, by lion. Mackenzie Bowell on "Tho Cheat Advantage?, to Bo Derived From a Reciprocal Trndo Botween Australia nnd Canada." Hois a good speaker nnd was very carefully listened to. I had known a family of that namo at Compassion, Ohio, years ago, nnd meeting him after his lecturo I ventured to ask him if ho might bo related to tho Bowolls of Compassion, nnd ho turned on his heel with n frosty glanco at mo that almost gave mo pnoumonin. I hato to bo received in that way when I am unconscious of Raying a do trop thing. Cannda tho past month has been filled with gayety, nnd winter sports havo been at thoir full height. Canada, liko tho state of Maine, does not mind paying $1,500 or $2,000 for a good driving horso, not for gambling or racing, but just so that tho owner can snowball tho rest of tho town. Wo rodo tho other day over tho C, C. F. and S. railroad to Kent from Cleveland. All tito employees worohnppy and polite. Something unusunl seemed to bo np. I enid to tho brakeman: "Is this Washington's birthday or tho Fourth of July? You all seem so unnaturally gay." "Well, it's better than nny of thoso days," ho said straightway. "It's pay day! For fivo months tho road has been nbbentminded and forgotten to pny, but now wo aro happy oh, bo happy!" The road, which by commercial men is known as tho Oh, Gosh, IIow Lato I Am nnd Southern railroad! is quite rough and nt times whero tho rail is loose slips off at a crossing and follows a farmor's team off into the country for tnilcrt. It reminds mo of tho Big Four rood, which undertook last spring in tho town of Lafayette, Ind., to go down through an alloy of tho town. It cat off tho wholo corner of n brick dopot nnd in a moment was wrecked horribly, tho poor engimw iwlngnndor his cnginoand three cars in a fow seconds. An examination showed that It was impossible for tho engineer to control hia engine, as a rat had built her nest in ono of tho pipes nnd then froren to death, which clogged tho action of tho airbrake. This seems almost criminal, when tho life of tho cngiuecr could havo been avod by tho nso of nn oil stovo In the cub to koopthut end of the etigiuo warm. A friend of miuo riding on this same train last year said that tho engine wae so feoblo and debilltntod that the only way they could get water into her flues ceded Sired by Walslngham 2100, She of Latitude, 3:19 and 7 or 8 others in the list. And now my thoughts often return by Messenger Duroc 106, son of Hambletonian ind sire ot Elaine, 1:10. t dam Tinsel To my boyhood's happy homo the dam of Norlaine, yearling record 2:31 K- And to tho old familiar haunts 3 dam Bess lister to lames Howell, Jr., by Hambletonian 10, sire of Dexter 3:17. In which I loved to ronm. Clay 45, a: 194, Julian, I ofton wish I mlf-b- t return i dam jeisioSayre - -- ..by Harry more thatsire of the dams of St.trotters; s:nK Bodine dam of have produced 3:30 To my old homo onco more. also sire of the and la My frlond nro Bono I'll try to live Electioneer, sire of 113 iu tho 3:30 list, ZZZZZ To meat the 111 on yon shore. by Liberty, son of Lance, by American Eclipse. 4 dan., Watslngham 3icV, sire of Naboth, is oce of the youngest sons of George Wilkes J19 record 3:31, who And now, dear friends, I'm, as you see. Poor, helplcM and alone; sired Hatry Wilkes, 3:13. Guy Wilkts, a'tsH. Mine Wilkes, 3:15, Wilcox, 3:16, and 6t others in No other war to earn my bread 3.39 list; also 41 producing sons and 19 producing daughters. Will you pleaso buy my song? Note. Nslioth Is a bay horrc, 16 hands high, foaled June 38, t3S3. His pedigree contains the blood Tills Is my heartfelt prayer. of Hambletonian, George Wilkes, Mambrino Chief, Pilot, Jr., and Harry Clay. And by anil by may wo all meet In realms just over tliero. a Living At Theso poems nro sold to tho public for My two fine Saddle Stallions, Mm purpose of haying a bright now leg from thoso nnrivalod artists, Messrs. Limber & Leggott, who mako probably ,4 na timo flew by MUfortunos thick and fast Would o mo (nil nnd mako me go A crlpplo to tho Inst. Such le my lot. Wealth can't atone For tho lows of my limb to mo. . Caught nml crunhed, tho doed was done A railroad boy no tnoro I'll be I Utile thought NABOTH 10016. Standard Rule 6. Record training. 1 for 3:19, Will remain in the stud till June lit, and then go into A, L. Hutchlng's hands $25 to Insure Colt. tho cutest kg at less cost than nny other houso in tho world, with freckles on snino if desired. STAR DENMARK and WILLIAM L. SIO to Insure a Living Colt. Will also make the present season of 1894 at the low price ol elegantly bred and sure loal getters. I will aim stand Roth are Two Fine Jacks al $8 to Insure. Stable two miles South ot Hustonville on Mortland A' Carpenter's Station pike. J. K. BAUGHMAN, P. S. I weigh now look liko a brownie. 203 pounds nnd B. 27. Hustonville, Ky Breeze : Wilkes, George Diclator STANDARD. Black Stallion ; Foaled in 386-2- - STANDARD. iS3; ij Hands High. Jrwela 15, King Toika a 17, Dora Martin 3 iq. Tip Tap 1 19, Mary a loji and six others in a 30 Hit alio sire of Tou two tons and two daughters that have produced standard speed. First dam Elua Jaue, dam ol Maud Messenger Sured by Petoikey J633, sire o) ol Pearl a 30. Second dam Kitty Rivers 7 37 I Slrod by tho Croat Dictator 113. t dam Alice 3 dam 1851 iM, and Merit 337) by Gentle Ilrecio 356 sire 3 dam George Dictator will make the season of Z-.DE3 by Almont 33, record 2:39. by Norman 35. . Young Twyman mare. at C-- ' O to Insure a Living Colt or i$ the Seison. fdam of Itor'ie Gir by Abdallah a 15, lire cf Almont, I)lmont,c o hird dam by lied Jacket (sire ol the il.-Red WiUes) by Comet, son of Shermin Morgan season of 1801 a llreete Wilkes will make my place, a miles from Stanfoid on the Kush m te Bay stallion, nearly 16 hands high; foaled 1J86; bred by George F. Keene, Shelbyville, Ky. Don-mark. cke5:&t:d. by Drennon. by Highlander. llranchpike, Sirod by Mambrino Le Crancl, Son of Washington 1 At $10 to Insure a Li zing Oolt. I.ien retained en colt until season money Is paid. Any breeder parting with mare forfeits iniurance. CHARLES DUNN. u dam Black S Ik by Yellow Jacket, a great saddle horse. s a dam 3 dam Txrms. Same as above. English : Stanford, Ky Combined, Hay Stallion, 16 hands high Ilv Abdallah Mrmnger. First dam the Wm. l.uiV ssddle mare, she by Davy Crockrtt.scn of Denny's Drennon. bv Imp. Drennon. Abdallah Mesnenger, sire of Hngliah 205. Hunter, is bv Meuenger Chief, sire of Maud MesThis fine saddle stallion, Chancy Denmark 363, senger a 16. The following excellently bred Jacks will make ot 1S44 at the sable of Col. 1 will stand F.eellsh Hunter the season oi 1S04 will make the season of a mi'c lrom Hubble, Ky., on the season of 1894 at my place on the Stantord & at my stable 3 miles from Shelby City, on the Underwood, Lancaster pike: the Rush Branch Tike and, Knob Lick and Tumersville pike, Hunter. Will alio stand one good JACK at $3 to Insure a Living Celt. M. S. BAUGHMAN, Chancey Denmark. Jacks For Service. At $8 to Insure a Living Oolt Will Serve Mares at $10, JOB BIiACKBTJJEllT, The noted Jack that was bought at Levi Hub-ble- 's sale for $i,S6j; by 3rd i'rince, he by ad 1'ilnce. lie by Imp Prince nt dam Daisy by Dixie, he by Irvine' Dixmby Klckapoo; ad dam Nellie Gray by Loid Wellington; 30 dam by Jim I'orler. Will serve jennets at $15 lor jack and S10 tor jennet colts and ill also serve n HKl v DkjgflEigflg)LV VbH At $8 Chancy Denmark 6s is a bar horse, full 16 Money dne when colt is foaled or mare parted foaled 1S87, aired by HuhMe's On with. 1 will also stand the excellent young jack, hands high, by Old Stonewall Jackson. His colts Time, dam are fire and of good sire and will compare with anybads 'a saddle stallion. Will also stand two royally bred jacks at the Four yeara old, 16 hands 3 inches high, blsck same place. with while points, hcav bone, rocxI style and ex tra length. Sired by Gov. Keene. Gov. St. John's 1st dam Tolly Woods, by Tulley'a Warrior; her dam an Im.. jtnnct. bands high, 15 The above finely bred younj; lack, whose blood Is a coal black Jack, white points, is He heavy line traces twice to the great Warner family and bon f body and good bone. jack of by old BourMaduon that to the noted Mack Hawk, the grcitett of the sold bid. the noted jennet for $1,000. Bourbon Chief was sired by Red Warrior family with an infusion of freth imported his blood close up, has proved a great breeder, both mnod's Hercules, he by Imp Hercules, and dam dam by Imp. Espartrro. Bourbon Chiefs to mares and 10 jennets, will stand was by Col Lear's Imp. Napoleon 3rd, and dam Imp Castillan. lineHuena Vista, 3rd dam Colt, by Vista was sired by the by to great Compromise, he ns by Tippecanoe, he by Imp. Warrior, which was To approved marcs, and Jij foi jennets, without acknowledged the best jennet jack ever in Kentucky. Bourbon Chief ia iGi hands high without dittinciicn as to sex of progeny. B. F. POWELL. shoes. He is a coal black with r caly note and ia for form, weight, style, action and appearance he Tom Curtis' itt dam was by Joe has no equal Phelps' big jack and her dam by Sam Phelps' jack, and dam by Black Samson. Tern Curtis will serve Governor St. Jo hn, TOM CTJEiTIS. Limited Number of Mares at $10. -- .Will also stand., 2 OtlieriGoocI Mule Jacks ed Insure a Living Dillarfl NYE AS A linOWME. jenmarK. At Eight Dollars. Insure all colts till four months old. Lien retained till season money is paid Wnen marcs or jennets are traded or removed before the fact Is ascertained as to being In foal, insurance is aud makes season money due. Care taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but not responsible should any occur. Thanking our customers lor their past favors we solicit a continuance of sane R. L. HUBBLE, 6 Lancaster, Ky, Post-otBc- e, This finely bred stallion will make the season ot 1894 at Cook's Springs, 4 miles Kast of Stanford Jennetsat $20 forJack and $15 for Jennets Colts; Mares $8. SENTINEL 2i479. Record Won Second Money In f joo Stake a at Venalllei. Won Third Money In $400 Stakci at Nicholat-vlll- e. Won Fourth Money in $jooSlaketat Stanfoid. Won the J100 Contolation Purie at Danville. Eagle Ilird it a beautiful brown with tmall ttar, standi over 16 handt high, bai flawing mane and heavy tall. Eagle lllrd wat tired by the great King Eagle, winner of mare than 40 Dtue Tlei. Flrat dam by Star Eagle, ton of Cabbell'i Lea logton; nd damj.by Hamlet Denmark, son of U V k I f Washington Denmark; 3rd dam byr'IIarrlt' Denmark, son of Miller'i Denmark. Eagle Bird will Hand the tenon of iSji, at ay farm two mllea Wett of Stanford, oa the Shelly City pike, At $20 to Insure a Living Oolt. Money or caah note will bo required when the fact ascertained. TtEJEOVtNO THE F1UNCESS. Eagle Ilird Is one ol the grandrtt thow horses In And then sho haa such oyosi So froo Kentucky. Monte Crlsto, hb uncle, It the only any expression! So bright and rod horse shown in the Hlue Grass Circuit, thathe'd!d from with unshed and woodshed tears tears not defeat. He could be relied upon;to (make that aro bred by a smoky tepoo! gallant snow whenever called upon and always No, Angelino. Take back your crost finished as game as a rce horse, although some and give it a littlo air and a whisk broom. of the "knowing ones'' pronounced him no good. Send back ray letters, aud I will return As at breeder of fine, highityled, good colored your noso ring. In fact, whon I mot colts, ha i not turpatied by'any horte In Ken-- J with you I forgot to say anything of it, but I had been happily wed over 17 tucky. a distance will bo furnished grass years, and tho only title I want Is one Marea from that I cau read good and clear to manafter May utat J1.50 per month, and mutt be paid sions in thoskieanud not bo greeted with at the removal of marcs. Care taken to prevent the cry of "Louder." accldenti and escapes, but not responsible should Princess Angolino, hero our pathways any occur. soetn to fork. I will take whichever fork Parting with or removal of marcs forfeits tho in is loft after you have trotted down tho turance. other. And now a long farewell, Anglo. Will also stand a fine mule Jack at $7 to Insure a I will Bend tho noso ring to you at tho living colt. agency or in caro of the roadmaster on E. P. WOODS, the warpath, oa you direct. Stantord, Ky. j At Toronto the other day wo wero pre- Is t was to take advantage of a down grade, Btop nnd let tho water run forward into tho pipes, then gather somo bark by tho roadsido, flro up nnd run till that .vatcr had been usod, then catch another down grado nnd repent tho job. Uo wrote the manager that his engino wasn't warm enough to cook a dividend. Tho manager admitted in reply that ho had been sadly put to it recently, and that ho know his motive power was not up to standard, but hoped that chnngoof sceno and rest would bring out tho stock in sufficient shniK) to go through this winter. Uo was very sorry, ho said, and would promiso that tho engine should bo looked through. That was easy enough, for n man could Saddle and combined boraes handled at look through it nnywhero. J.F.COOK, ble ratea. Dam by old Stonewall Jackson. Rowland, Ky. An old man was sittiiiglunBeat across This fancy saddle stallion will aaWe the season of 1S04 at our stable i mile from Milledgeville, tho nlsle. Ho was very much interested. Lincoln county, Ky. on the Manlord and Mil"Ia tho Big Four not n proprietary road?" ledgeville pike. Owing to the scarcity of money, I asked. we will stand him : "Waal, no," says tho old man. "I At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. judgo from what I can hear it's like old man Buglehorn's noso it runs itself." Money due when the colt cones or mare parted 3612. with. Marea grated or ffd at reasonable prices. With that ho slapped tho leg of uchap-pi-o any occur. sea will fine Hackney by his side with gleo and went into a soThis 1S04 at my farmStallion Crab make the pike, Not responsible a lor accidents should flaxy mane Gilt Edge is beautiful red sorrel, Orchard on the of hands 3 inches high; was foaled Sept. mild, red faced fit of mirth. th ce miles from Stanford, known as the John M. and tail, is 6, 886 and is a perfect saddle horse. By my sido there sat a week ago a H il farm, and will seive marea and took (Jilt Edge was showed as a 13 years cf age, who premium at Kuksvllle ana Dan the quiet man about At $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. villesweepstake own ring at Harrodsburg. Those and in his put his grip in tho wall pocket overhead, who want to breed to a gooa saddle stallion are Money due when the fact is ascertained or mare cordially invited to look at our horse and see him and then adjusting himself soon went to parted with. move. sleep easily nnd brenthed likon child a Connaughttd 351a is a fine individual and pos He was sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunning Soon hogavoastart and a seises the finest action of any horse in the coun- ham's Jewel, he by old Washington Denmark. croupy child. try. The Hackney is noted the country over for His first dam Minnie by McDonald's Halcorn. kick, whon, to my amazement, both feet style, action and endurance. They hae been bred Second dam by Wells' Crusader, hit istdam by foil off. Tho road was poorly ballasted, for these qualities for over 100 years. Stonewall lackson, he by Washington Denmark, Cker, of Connaught ad by Black Denmark, his 1st dam by Crusader, and so I attributed it to that, but he Bcetley Hall, Kast waa bred by James Was sired he by Old Whip, ad dam a Rocky Mountain mate Dereham, Norfolk. he by wokoupand said: "Excu30 mo, but those bv Victor of Heetley 18375 dam Bonnie MADISON SANDIDGE & SON, Highflyer 1006. He was imported by feet aro adjustable. Do not bo nervouB. son, of Crawfordsvllle. Indiana, June A3,II. Thomp1893 Milledgeville, Ky. Hackney crossed I generally tako thorn off in tho car anyWe think the TisTtMOKlAL. with Kentucky msres will make good sellers and way, but tho road is a little rough" as good horses (or the Faitern market. his valiao fell from its perch and shut up Lie Thomas, Lexington; K. D Pendleton, Norlolk.Va. my 3 silk hat liko a Chinese lantern Call and seethia excellent stallion. Will mako the season or 1894 al V. W. Hays' "and so thoy havo detached themselves." LINCOLN COUNTY HORSE CO, i)i miles West of Stanford on tho Stanford Si HusThoy wero an odd arrangement and Stanford, Ky. By A. F. Mobirly, tonville pike, at the race track, at very comfortable, I would think, coming up to the calf of tho leg aa a high shoe, Live and how they wero held on I could not Description and Pedigree. Silver Tip is a beaumako out. tiful red bay with hind ankles white, fine mane and tail, 15K hands high, foaled May oh, 18S8 Speaking of theso things, I wonder alAs a breeder he is not surpassed in the State. We loses a limb should most that a man who sold a yearling colt of htsgrt to S. Mays, of Casey, VII' m le tho present season of 1894 at the farm for $150 and we have never had a man to say he make it a subjoct for a poem, but I gave the lateL. D. Garner, j mile from Crab Or- was not pleased with his colt. As a show horse he a half dollar for tho following en a Now chard, at is as good sa there la In the Slate. He was shown York train in February. It shows that in the fy Sweepstake Ring at Danville with it which the writer, though a little groeu, had got $6 to Insure a Oolt 4 Months Old. contestants, in Ky., was pronounced to be the best and he wore the third tie. ever shown hold of the raw material with which Silver Tip was sired by Silver King, he by On is a Red Bay Stallion, Saddle and HarBrlgnola Stonewall lackson. First and the poet' works viz, sympathy, love, my ness i. ombincd; 16 hands high: fine style sired ac- Time, he byby Oliver, son ot Wagner. dam by by Skedaddle, and tall. He was tion and childhood's home and a bright immor- Abdallah has fine manehe by Messenger Chiel. dsm by lied Lien Silver King's dam was MotMessenger, Lexington, son ol tality awaiting each and every ono: First dam by old Lexington, the fine Saddle ile Mounce, sired by Cabbell's dam by Young Black Hawk Second -first-clas- (Only 4 months' handling.) Chief, By Almont Sentinel G054 IS1- hands high; sired by old Bourbon Monej due when colt is foaled, mare parted whose pedigree Is given above. His dam was 1st dam Mimic, by Shakspcarc. Jason Walker's withororrd to another horse. Lien retained on Black Jennet, she bv a jack by to Buena Vista, 2d dnm by Long's Ilnmblutonian. Castillian nnd out ofalull staler II colts until aeason la paid 3d dam thoroughbred. Grass furnithed marea at $1.50 per month. Will who was out or a jennet by Black Samson. He not be responsible for accidents, should any oc- will stand at (SO. Almont Sentinel C051, by Sentinel 280. The service lee will be duo in all cases where cur 1st dam Allic Oano by Almont 33. mares are parted with or leave the country Dlllard Denmark was sircl hr Doable Den 2d dnm IVornia by Norman 25. mark, he by Montrose ioG, the Kreateit site ot when such fact is asceitained by us. A lien retained on all colts till season fee is paid.. high data saddle horses living. Montrose deSentinel 13 a handsome bay horse, 1G Both Jacks have proven themselves scendants won over most everything' last season hntids high, fine inane nnd tail; is a sure breeders. All colts insured till four months old. Dillard was shown at Danville when a Car taken to prevent accidents but not responfoal getter. His colts aro largo and styland won ancund money. He hss been handled very little but will be put in training after a sible should any occur. ish and nro a high class of trotters and UNDERWOOD BROTHF.RS, short season and shown. loadsters. Sentinel wus formerlv owned First dsm by Waihlogton Denmark; Hubble, Ky. by It. II. O. .Mitchell, of Mitchellsburg, Second dam by John Dlllard; Ky , nnd was owned last year by Gcorgo Third dam by Gray Fagle. thoroughbred Double Denmark by Washington Denmark; ad Afford, McKinney, Ky., who made tho dam by Shropshire's Tom Hal. season of 1893 with him nt $15 to insure : : Dlllard Denmatk is a beautiful dark sorrel, 16 hands high. He has proven himiell a breeder ol a living colt. large, handsome moreri. This is a fine hone This excellent horse will mako the seahe had do pedigrte; but we do not hesitate if REGISTERED. son of 18D4 at Middleburg, Carey county, to say that hell one ol if not the bet bred Ky. Owing to the hard times, we will saddle horses in the country. BY SECOND JEWEL 48. reasona- At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. Bo'u.r'ho.n. - : Oliief-- 2:29. a GILT EDGE 861. Insure a Living Colt for $12. CoimiM 2nd. Money due whon colt comes or maro parted with. Caro taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should nny occur. Will also stand a flno mule JACK at fO to insure a living colt J. II. ALLEN & BRO , Middleburg, Casey County, Ky. 1 Welchmont 6367. Son of William Welch, son of Rysdyk's Ham bletonisn ro, out of Pauline by Almont Korrest, he by Old Almont, he by Alexander's Abuallah, he by Rysdyk's Hambletonian 10, all standaid and registered with all he trotters you want on both sides, with records as low as 1:05. Welchmont imparts trotting action to his colt all over. Several have shown a 2:15 gait., He is tull 16 hands high, black as a crow; imparts high knee action. His colts make fine New York saddlers. He is a fine individual ana stands at Hustonville at my stable at 19-- SILVER TIP 169. -- $10 to Insuro a Living Oolt, or $5 the Season. Lower than any ether horse in Kentucky bred like him. D. S. CARPKNTER, Hustonville, Ky. BMGR0LK $10 to Insure a Colt. Denmark Chief. Denmark Chief will make the present season at $5 to Insure a Living Colt THE APPEAL. In aadneea nan do I look back Upon thoaa bygone days When I was hapjiy all dy long In boyish aporu and way. Dot now I'm forced to mako my way A cripple, as you aco. Thow boyish sport nnd good old days Will com no more to me. He is a nice bay, l hands 3 inches high, five yeara old. He saddles well, but has not been trained. He is by Hutchinson Chief. No. 1140, by Messenger Chiet. Hutchinson Chiefs first dam by Seutmel; sd dam by Alexander's Abdallah; 3J dam by Red Jacket; Messenger Chief by Abdallah Pilot; 1st dam by Mambrino Messenger, d sd dem by Mambrino Chief, 3d dam by Imp. Napoleon. Denmark Chiefs 1st dam was aired by Sumpttr Blood's Denmark, he by Coddard's Denmark, he by horse. America, son of Taylor's Messenger Skedaddle's Gaines & Cromwell's Denmark, he by the first dam by Mcdoc, and dam by Trumpeter, 3rd horse Denmark, he by the Imp. iatdgeford. race His dambyAratus. cd dam waaby On Tin , 3d dam by Red Lion. Mares bred to this horse will be kept at reasonMares parted with forfeits the insurance and This fine young Jack will serve a limited number able ratea. Care taken to prevent accidents Will make the season three miles from Crab eseapca but not responsible should any occur. of mares at Eight Dollsia. or parted Money due when colt Is toaled or mare parted Orchard, on the Crab Orchard and Stanford pike. Season money due if mare 'SAMUEL COCHRAN, BEAZLEY BROS. & HAYS. W. 8. GARNER, with. with. Crab Orchard, Ky Stanford, Ky u.ju 1 Crab Orchard, Ky. CLINTON, JR. ... Tf '' ny " . , iy,i ji i ji Tsaaaawaaew THE BICYCLE IDEA, It Is Growing Evorywhoro and Among All G1BB30S Hat Developed Into The Wheel lo Military and nicipal Affair Its Mission an a Dress Reformer. Tt Cyclo-roan- la In Chicago Mu- Special Chicago Lottcr.1 Cyclomauin, is tho namo of ease from vrhich Chicago is suffering just nt present. Hundreds who, oven Wilkes,! ar'i, Ac. a year ago, turned up their hypercritHay horte, heavy mine and tall, with tire, ttyle and rinlih, and reprctenling tome of tho belt trot, ical noses at tho mere mention of biting famlliet In the whole country Should make cycling nro joining tho great spring great ttock hone. Will mike a short teaton at " Jnhnoti 2 so 40 ,54 our liable a niilct weit of Man for I, at " Georgetown ....II ...7 16 nrmj of recruits. March which, in this JS 5" ' C. S. Depot 7 55 3 00 latitude, camo in like a lamb scattered $o g o " Newton . . $10 To Iusuro A Mare In Foal. S3 J tho germs of cyclomania along tho " rentrcville I 10 5 3J JM " Elisabeth avenues and boulevards; in the houses 10 5 4 3 45 J A. & S.T. HARRIS, Arrive I'arit 8 30 C 5 5! o 400 Stanlotd, Ky. of the and tho poor. Fortunately, tho disease is not a dangerTRAINS WEhT. No. a. No. 4. Ni. 8. No, la ous one. After a few falls tho victim a p ru. a. m. p. m. either learns to enjoy tho epidemic, Lve 1'j.rle ..C ., . 90s 60s 44 Tbit natice forewarn! humeri, fiihermec ind and docs his best to spread it, or he is Arr Kllubolh ... -. g is 61c. 4 SS ) r othert not to treipan on our laodt without Arr Centrevt le. .. 9 i 6 19 Soo minion, ai all tuwh will be proiecut.d to the iul completely cured. Chicago is an ideal Arr Newtown ... .. 9 tS S3" .atentof th. law. Signed: it city for cyclists. It lias scores of miles Arr C S Depot 641 40 550 M. LACKOWITZ. Atr (jforgctown II 10 J7 6 45 7 47 as of highly improved boulevards T D. NEWI.AND. Arr iohiim 6J G C. LYON. "Ill 6 57 8800 level almost as the floor of a dance i'o Arr Duvall SJ FREDIIAUMANN. ArrMamn g Orouni 11 eu hall. There is not even the suggestion .P R. L. WHITE. 7J3 Arrawttzjr u 10 7 jo J L.11KCK. of a hill anywhere within tho limits of Arr Klknorn ,n 17 7 6 9905 T.C. HALL. tho city. Thus wheeling which, in Arr Summit .,u j I'ETER IIALMKR. Arr rraokfcri ..A 11 31 7 35 work is resomo places, means hard 9S IS IMULLII'S. A counecit with L. .V N. J. E. IlllUCE. duced to a recreation pure and simple II connecti with (J A C. and L. S. t a statement which is most conclusiveCconovctt witlt K. C. ly proved by tho fact that, with tho SUNDAY TRAINS. MYERS HOUSE exception of Paris, no other city in the Leave r ranktort 9 00 a. m; (torgrtown 10 00 a m. Lve Georgetown la 3;; arrivn VrtnVloit 3 world has so man lady riders as Chip. m. cago. American women arc not partial The Kentucky Midland Ra Iway and connec tiont firm the inort4t and cheapeit rout, to all to violent physical exercise, and tho P. tV. GREEN, Prop. pointt South, Katt, .North and Writ, popularity of the whool here, in BuffaFor fuither information apply to thetr agent. C. I). IIKHCAW. (Jen I'ata Agent Thlt .table, which li run n connection with th. lo, N. Y., Washington and other points Myert Home, haa. beeo tupplied with GEO. H. HARPER, lien. Supl must bo ascribed to tho excellence of tho streets more than to love, of wholeA Now Lot of Horses, Garriagos, POn HEALTH AND PLEASURE. some sport. Hut, whatever may bo Buggies, Wagons, tho cause, there is no man with a grain sale houses, whose trado Hoe in differConfederate Veterans. nD. nuumer'i Suppl.r and It letter than vei of sense who is not delighted to know ent portions of tho city, havo long ago A good Hone, Harnett and a tingle Surrey, at BirOF LAND. nupply the public with prepaid tow $130. at new for that wheeling has developed into a discarded street cars and horses. They In yiow of tho coming 25th and at20th, good at Joe Kout'.tile for the or onprice of T.L. Judge Call tote It, RIQS OF.ALL. KINDS, jfavorito pastime with women of intel- carry thoir sample cases at tho head of mingham, Ala, April Shetton il you want to buy. L. A. FARISS. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. ligence and good common sense. their bicycles and defy slow urban Gen'l J. B. Gordon, general commanding, 9.1m and piomptattention given to Wedding t r.rtonal Letington, Kv. asks that the prets of tho country give transportation. fUnJumln Illackerby't Deviteci. ttc, I'lrTt I'artic. and Ilurlala. Cycling Oorrm. P. W. GREEN, aralntt IVnjatnln Illackerby't Dcvuei, &c, Dclt, its aid to tho patriotic and benevolent obALI1URNS, Manager No linger a More Plaything. I'roptictor nonce 01 inc. But it is not only for purposes of I'uriuant to a judgment herein at the Kebnitry I Tho bicycle, to sum tho thing up, is jects of the organization by publishing pleasure that tho wheel is used here term of thu court, the undertiiucd commutioaer etc. Business in Chicago. A year or moro ago an no longer a plaything or a luxury. It the date of the I will m ttock of will on importance will be trans- Ucneral rn April tit commence to tell enthusiastic member of tho First regi- has becomo a necessity. Where the of the greatest Merchandiie at Monday, April ment, Illinois National Guard, con- roads aro good It assures rapid trans- acted at this meeting, looking to the pre e portation at a minimum outlay of eervation of historic records; the care of CITY COST FOR THE CASH Being the ftril day ot tie Gatrard County Court, ceived tho idea of organizing a before the the Lan corps, mounted on bicycles. In plyslcal exertion. It is easier to pro- disabled and needy veterans who once or Country Produce .0 that I can get ciuh out of caner, Kv-- , courtnoute door In of ntown'of and 3 a. tuch aa Ilacon, Lard. Eggt and ChlcKent, Ac So p m., tell to betwren the huri bidder m pub Ic pel a wheel than to govern a spirited Franco and Germany the wheol was Schedule Nov. 19, 1I03 the at of come right along and we will iwap dollars awhile, outcry the tract higheit and beil of the graves o lind detcriled In the petition, given a place in array oquipment six or horse to say nothing of tho healthful-nes- s wore tho gray; the care can do nothing ele timet. and other matters if weuiv pttrona for patt theie hard aik a Thank, judgment and eihibiit and ordered to be Mid, liberal favort ing of tho exorcise. Ih It any won- tho Confederate dead, seven years ago. Somo time later the LEAVE NORTON DAILY Reipectfully state of Connecticut organized a bicy-cl- o der, therefore, that young and old, of moment. Let no veteran and no trade in thia tale. 0 Containing 10G HILTON, 13:50 p. m far Graham. Illuefield, Pocahontas Acre3, J. II. Lynchburg, Ktchmoad and Norfolk. Rowland, Ky. signal corps; but y Chicago men and women, take kindly to the friend of the veterans fail to lend his 9.1m Sleeping Cart from Koanoke to Norlolk alto In Garrard county, Ky . oa the wtlert of DU sport? I know ono lively gentleman presence at Birmingham. The Queen & lays claim to having tho from Lynchburg to Richmond. River and Windol at follow,, to Hi: On tha Tralni lor Pocahoniai, Powhatan and Goods ioulh-cby lh landt of J J. Walker, on tha detachment of this kind in the United of sixty, who, whenover the weather Crescent Routo is assisting to make tliie by Di River, on th. wett by the will leave Itluencld daily it6pim, 11 )) pm, States. Tho corps consists of seven- permits, rides from his suburban homo occasion a successful ono by putting in a Leave llluefirld 6 jo a in and 9 00 p m daily for Itndl of Jeremiah Itland and on the by teen men, including a sergeant and to Ills office in tho morning and rides ihe la id. of Mra, Jamet ilowen. Thlt valuable KrnOTt and Columbui, O., Chicago and all pointt fare for the round trip. farm it told for the purpoie of the dtvltton of the Weit Pullman lecper on 9 00 p m train lor two corporals. Tho men, when fully bade in tho cvonlng nearly twenty low rate of one proceed! among llenjamln Illackerby't dcviiet miles a day. Of course he Is an ex- This, when linked with tho magniDcent equipped for service, carry a Tralnt arrive at Norton Irom the Eatl dally at and will be told at a whole, Tuittiilon will not be given the purcbaier until 11 10 a ra machete, a navy revolver ception; but his rcraarkablo vim and equipment and train service for which Far furthcrlnlormation at to ichrjulti.riteit the tit dar of January, itn, unlm hereafter or and a copper canteen for oil for Bignal energy bIiow what a person imbued the road is noted, makes it the most deAc. apply to ag.ntl of Norfolk .V Weitera Raildercd by the court to be given aoooer. W. H.HKVILL, torches. On the head of their bicycles with the blcyclo fovcr can and will do. sirable lino to Birmingham. It is the Minnie Itland, Kane Walter and Elitabeth road Gen. Pass. Agt Itoinoke, Va. lllackcrby, helrt and deriiectof Ifenjirntn lllack Tho exercise has not only benefited his K, IIRAGG.Trav. Pass. Agent. has the finest and M rrby, being infantt under at cartol age. It it ad. health, but Is giving him real enjoy shortest, the quickest, judged thai their IntrretU in the procrcdiof tale be not collected, but remain a lien on tb. land ment which robs routine duty of some trainH from New Orleans, Shroveport, old until Ihtir reipective guardltnt oecute th. Vickflfcurg, Jackson and Meridian, and of Its wearisome features. boodi required by law, or until Ihey rcipectively San Francisco Portland. arrivV at the age of ai yeart. from Cincinnati, Lexington and ChattaThe Wheel as a Dreta Keforiuer. Tcrmiofialr O a credit of 6 and it month., nooga. Write to the undersigned or ask th. purchaicr to extcutw bond with approved ie Most women riders of the wheel aro cunty, ptytbte to the Coro'r, bearing 6 per cent, agents for full particulars. W. 0. dress reformers. They havo learned intercit Itora day of tale until paid and having Ihe G. P. A., Cincinnati, 0. force and rllrct of judgment, exwhich from practical experience that the By some means or other the re- ecution may ttue a in hit lavoruponnot paid Ihe ma if at clothing affected by society women Is VIA luritr. Lien reier.ed urtll all th. purchaie How Much Rain Will Fall? R. C. WARREN making the sex ono of chronic inport became circulated that I was money it paid. M. C. L. C C. has valids. Tho free and easy motion of The Weekly Courier-Journpedaling demands a common-sens- e cos- struck a popular note in its weather going to leave Stanford. Such is tume. Once got a woman In the habit guessing contesta. A wonderful amount of weiring a really comfortable gown of interest was taken in the offer of not the case and I take, pleasure in f and she will not return to tho Of a btjr.'Hotue and Lot and the Kamout for the closest guesses to the coldest garments of conventional life. All of tho leading dress reform- day and temperature during February, emphatically denying the report.' : : ers of Boston are wheolwomon. They at Louisville, and much valuable inforPTJLLMANSA1TD havo evolved a number of costumes, mation was gathered by subscribers on I am yet and will still be found at LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. PABL0E CABS. on their bicycle buIU. Tho the subject. This contest has just been based Syrian frock and the divided skirt aro decided, there being 28 lucky guessors. my old stand on Main street, sell D. G. Slaughter'! Admr., Plaintiff,) Notice of Sal. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE Again.t CYCLIST. D. C, SUughter'.lin. with us to stay, and when tho history crt, Dtlt.J now makes Tho Weekly Courier-Journa-l - DINING - CARS. Purtutnt lo a judgment herein they carry a haversack containing of dress reform Is written It will be another oiler on the Mime line. For the ing good goods at the lowest poS' termol thlt Court, the underlinedat the Kebrusry RUNNING Cuutmitiioner found that the bicycle lias had much will oa WRITE TO iflags and a complete torch equipment; lengthwiso along tho frames Is at- to do with tho emancipation of woman closest guesses to the amount of rain that siblc prices. When you need anyE. II. IIACON, I). P. A.. P. J. REED, G. PA. SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1804, Lojisville, Ky. tached a twelve-foo- t signal staff, joint-ic- d from tho thralldoin of fashion. And will fall at Louisville during the month Chicago, 111. in our line, don't fail to call. in three-folengths; insido tho this spirit of advance thought is not of May, the Weekly Courier-Journthing Hetween the honn of it A.M., and 3 P. M., on St. Paul. Denver. frame is hung a pair of torches. Dur- confined to this country; for at a re- will give $1,000. This money will he he public iquare in the town of Crad Orchard, ing one of tho state encampments at cent soiree of tho Lady Cyclists' asso- divided into 19 presents one of $500, Ky , at public outcry to the hlgheet and Uat bid der.UKEEN II R I Alt .SPRINGS, fiee Irom the Springfield, I1L, tho corps, under com- ciation at London several prominent two of $100 each, two of $50 each, four of claim of di wer or homestead of drcedent'a widow YVEEKiLY mand of Its organizer, Sergeant F. II. ladies nppearcd In striking and con- 25 each, and 10,of $10 each. Each guess The tract of land ordered to be told th. Stanford, Ky. Green Knar Springi property, a popular Hart, did excellent courier service venient suits of their own design. One and GOURIER-dOURNAand made a place for Itself in mili- worn by Mrs. Albert Ilonsor attracted must be accompanied br $1. to pay for L tary affairs. In tho near future the particular attention. It does away one year's Jstibscription to the Weekly Healthful Summer Resort with tho skirt altogether, and substi- Courier-Journapatho best democrat command expects to be supplied with la a ten nag. eight column democratic newspaper. The Spring! are famout for their med a uniform mount and complete helio- tutes prettily made trousers of gener- per published. The rain fall is Icinaland mineral waters. The bulltllnci and It contains thu bpit of everything going. ilEN- ous proportions. graph outfit. equipment! are all new. The tract of land itx wantiiitiun It the editor. measured, to tho hundredth part of oJ( acrei, actuated i mile Irom Crab The Fntnre of the IllcycJew in The heaviest rain-fa- ll of an inch. on the road to 1J lipping Springs, Orchard, Ky., Gallant Coppers on Steel Steeds. PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. comp itlng two tractt in one body, the first conTen What Is good for boldlers ought to woman years from now tho man or May during tho past 20 years wbk seven taining 15 ooifio acres and the second, adjoining The WEEKLY COURIER. JOURNAL who walks will bo the excep"be good for policemen. the first, containing 4 16 100 acres. On the former very liberal terms to agent., and glvis frit,makes forty-sihundreds of an inch. So thought tion. When manufacturers build inches aud acres is reserved to the fiaily of miumt for club. Sample copies ofthe paper pre trjet of 15 the commanding officer of one of ChiDealer In and Mrs, Rboda Stone the right to uic water for fami- four page Premium Supplement sent free Tho lightest was lone inch even. Tho to any ly purpoiei from the tpring nearest the present rescago's suburban police stations; and, addrest. Writ, to by tho Governmeasurements are made idence the right to ute acting on the spur of inspiration, ho Furnituro iy.ii.gs, Window Shies, ter for and to Peter Kennedy all the springs wafamily purposes from on ment officials of thelWeather Bureau at caused some of his fly coppers to bo said trtrk andalso a paskway over tame to his Tho COURIER-JOURNA- L CO. fields adjoining it. The two tracts will be sold as Louisville. Sample copies of tho paper mounted on bicycles. Owimj to the MATTKESSKSKS, AC. LOUISVILLE, KY. one. with full Darticulars of the contest, will somewhat excessive avoirdupois of The Commissioner will also pursuant ts the Th. judgment herein on Saturday, the sut day of t : the average guardian of the peace, be sent free to any address. Write at April, 1804, between 11 A. M. and 3 P.M. at the Somi - Weekly Interior Journal, and consequent deliberation of moverailway nation at Paint Lick, In Garrard Co . sell once, as under no circumstances will any ment, the experiment was not a howlAnd Tho and belt guesses be received after April 30th. Tho NEW FURNITURE STORE at public outcry to tho highest in Garrard bidder, the and LOT coun ing success except for the small boys Louty, Ky., tituated on th. water, of Paint Lick Weekly Courier-JournaCourier-Journ- al Address Spring time it here, and the wave of prosperity Creek and in the forkt 01 the Richmond, Lancaswho watchod tho rise and fall of tho isville, Ky. about to iweep over the country li evidenced by ter, Lowell and Spoonvlhe turnpike roadi. This Will be sent one year gallant boys in blue, with more interto any address for SS 7C the increased activity maulfuted in every branch will also be sold free of widow's claim ot dower or est than was sometimes good for them. y. P. WALTON, Address, homestead. Tbe Green Ilriar Springi and the & of trade. Buy a Cooley Creamer at Farrls and Lot will be aold to pay the debts Stanford, ky Other cities, notably Liverpool, have The prospects for money Is growing better dal- of the decedent and the costs of thii action, th. Hardin'e. Introduced a C3'cle patrol servloe which t ly, and toon the war of competition will break out proceedi ol the personal property being for that purpoie. affords protection to outlying districts. with renewed vigor, and with all th. fierce but Tcrmiof Sale. Cro lit of 1I1 montht. Ilond Tho Pinkertona, too, havo derived pleasing energy born of a state ot Inaction of many with good security required, payable to the Com: gTcat profit from tho nso of tho wheel, month's duration, The old adage, "In time of missioner, bearing 6 per cent. Interest from day of sale and having the effect of a judgment. Lien and keep a number of machines at each peace prepare lor war,''fiodi no time more favor reserved on property as additional security for AT OTTENHEIM. VThen Itaby wiu aick, we gave her Castor!.. the dis- well-to-d- bicycle, could servo tho people of a district comprising thirty miles of good road every day In tho year. Used for Ilualueae rarpoaea, At tho world's fair thoro was exhibited a wheol for firemen. It was supplied with a hand extinguisher, grenades and othor parnphornalia for tho extinction of small fires. No one will deny that such servico would provo of incalculable benefit, and It is surprising that Chicago lias not yet organized n bicycle lire brigade. Some of tho companies employing messenger boys recognized tho business qualities of tho wheel years ago, and since tho introduction of tho mounted service have given excellent satisfaction to their customers. Electric light repairers and linemen havo taken to tho wheel with enthusiasm, as it enables them to cover cousidcr&Wo territory In a comparatively short time. Salesmen for wholo- - iB nently cnied by an parts ot the South, are interested in tho reach Dallas, and what question how to it will coat. The Queen & Crescentl Route takes pleasure in announcing a low rato of Ono Faro for tho Round Trip Others hire been cured, why not you f from points on its line. This route Is the direct line from tho southeast. Disease Cured Without Medicino Through sleeping cars dally from Atlansimple Not n e'ectric belt or battery, hut ta, Birmingham, Meridian, Jackson & the cutire body of home Meatmen! which Vickaburg, to Shrevcport, with direct the patient to abtjrb cauaei connection at Shroveport for through trains to Dallas. Solid Vcstibnled Trains every day in the year, from Cincinnuti, It; If he AtV your Lexington and Chattanooga, connect at you, write toneighbor about our bookt cau not tell u fcone of ajnt liee. Birmingham and Meridian with through Nothing hat ever reccivtd so many testimonial from ol whim cars to Shroveport. Trains from Louis- knownttuttworrv persons, many Louisville a,e to tia Western Recorder, at Lexinpton ville niako close connection The Electropoiie li a myitery to me; alniott a On May 10th, miracle LIdir John I Rodger. with through Uervlce. Klectroiiotvj relieved In one through cars will be run from Meridian, congestionnight thebrain and vertigo. Rev me of Geo, ot the Colngtou, Ky. Jackson and Vicksburg through to Dal II Meant, A friend ol mine wii entirely cured of the opt. las without change, to accommodate del- am habit with El.clropolte Rev. W. W. llrucc, and inter HuMonvlllc, Ky egates and visitors from theeo The Electropoiie it a wonderful inttrument and raediate'pointe. Let us have your name. it It mnrc wonderful at to how it doe it work, yet it doet it T. K. C Ilrmley, (Plows) Louis Wo will take pleasure in writing you full vllle, Ky. information as to the rato, schedules, "Address DuHoti & Webb, 509 Fourth tt , Louisville, Ky, Belling dates, etc. from your point. 0. Guns. W. VAX, D. P. A., Cinduai.ll, J. S. Leith, T. P. A., Lexington, Ky., A. Whedon, P. A., Louisville, Ky., E. T Charlton, D. P. A., Chattanooga, Tenu., S. 0. Ray, T. A. P., Birmingham, Ala., Kull itock o' Fruit and Ornamental Tm, Orape Vinci, Jack W. Johuaon, Tkt. Agt,, Birming- vthlng Atparagut, Smalla Fruit. Shrub, and ever tKuallv found in nuriery rtttabtithrnent ham, Ala., J. J. Gray, Tkt. Agt. Meri- We tell direct to lh planter and hare no agentt. , Catiloiruei on application. dian, Miss., 1. Hardy, A. G. P. A., Vicks-burgH. F. HILLENMKYHH, Lexington, Ky. 5 Miss., R. A. Garratt, A. G. P. A., New Orleans.'Ln., W. C. Rineareon, G. P. A., Cincinnati, 0. The Southern Baptist Convention Will be held at l)aUas, Texas, May 11 to 15. Large numbers of Baptists in all From that ( Ky. Midland R'y, old complaint Tht EeLranitv hrcil Ttolllnp Stallion. wren you can be perma- Onward SIRKD in -:- - Messenger. Shortttt and quickest between Eleetropoise OXYGEN. Cincinnati and Frankfort Only Direct between Frankfort, Georgetown and Paria, Onrllalo, Maysvillo, Oynthlana, Falmouth and Covington. Atk Midland. Tralna run by Central Standard Time. TirueTabb April i, i$oj. No. t. No 3. No 7. TIIAINS EAST. p tu. p m. a m. Leave I'ranVtett A JO t 00 , 4 700 ' Summit 1 10 4 706 " , KUnnrn 4 3 J .7 11 " 18 1 40 Swttter 7 440 ' Stamolng iround7 18 1 00 Duvall 1 10 4 58 7jt for Line Standard. Hr.d by Chartct Dunn. BY ONWARD CHIEF' 4495- Ity Onward 1411, record a 13, tire of 49 In the 1:30 Hit, alto 17 producing torn and 16 produc 1.410. ttckett via Kentucky a ifiVi Merit a 37, by Oentle Hreere-3156-, tire of Pearl, a 30, Ac 3rd dam Kitty Hirers, dam of llettie Girl, 137, by Alidallah 14, tiro of Almont, IMmont Ac. 4t dam by Ued Jacket, tire of the dam of Ken tucky Wilkes a aiHL Madison Wilkes 1 s8 and L'randamof Ued Wilkot, So ko, .a l;K, Litiie daughtsrs. it dim Lady Messenger, by Hutch. nsoa'sCblef and dam Ellra Jane, the dam of Maud Mtnen-ge- r, .j A 111 POSTED. . . ..- -9 p & . Orchard, Lawn, Garden. IS 1 1 XtXirSRV STABLE n well-know- Nice Turnout For Sale. Commissioner's Salo n FIR8T-OL.AS- S Signal-Servi- ce n, BEAD THIS 23d. signal-servic- NWKorfolkiWesiernHA 1 40-10- to-da- best-drille- d touth-wp- tt norlh-we- tt 23-ln- A MISTAKE Rine-arso- World's Fair Record. CHICAGO al $1,-00- 0 Commissioner's Sale Ilrlnr A-- disease-breedin- g Green Springa. V iBisa " JJH t.l BIQNAL-8ERVIC- E M ot al R ZIMMER. 11 well-kno- THE l, tcien-tifical- ly con-tlt- tt x W. W. WITHERS, J 99-1- Stanford, Kentucky. STORE-HOUS- E l, Weekly " Store-Hou- ie iniufli-den- STOCK MARKET of their offices. Tls Vftwiel in the Mall Service. Letter carriers mounted on wheels are a familiar shjht in most of our largo citloo; especially in tho buburban districts where houses aro few and far between. Undo Sam does not pay tho carriers enough salary to Justify tucm in keeping a horse Hence wjicn tho bicycle made its advent this g class of public sen-antwas tho first to recognize tho commercial value of the machine. In many places tho letter carriers wero tho originators of cycling, and for this bit of missionary work they deservo tho thanks of tho public At the last cession of congress a bill was introduced having for its object tho extension of tho free delivery system to country districts. Unfortunately the measure did not become a law. Had it passed, it would havo solved tho road problem, besides giving the fanners of every state direct daily communication with their couuty A carrier, mounted on a towns. hard-workin- When alio wa a Child, tho cried for CnatorU. When sho became Mlaa, tho clung to Castor!. When she had Children, she jjfvethem Cartorla. MRS. DONBOn'S one-lcgpe- UEFOItM 008TUME. s wheels for " persons, rig out who had been troubled with paIn lamwy cycles on which papa, mamma back, armt andathouldert. read an Item hit t prominent German clluen. oft per about how and the children can take a spin, con- MadlMn been cured. He P'?"? the Vme me "It struct tandems and quadruplets, and wedletae. .Sd to u.e hi. Jm! put together regular blcyclo currlnjrcs, wfl b'cV it is time to admit that the wheel has T&r bo.yCwa. over to my houi; .and .aid they come to stay, just liko the typewriter, fhaXrlain' Pain lUlm and how It had cured tho electric light and the telephone it .cTheot bottle and talocured them up In a by Dr. S. G. Hock If you are not already ono of tho reek jo cent bottlet tor cranks, you had better Join tho proces- cr, Druggist, Stanfo'd. sion now. Take a few falls aud a lifebetterhalvetiay they could not keep houte wiYhorCuambeilaln'cough time's enjoyment. "sK. ,d in more than half the ahowa the etteem in O. W. WmrwEirr. d Thoto who never read the Jdv"U,emn.1' their newtpapert phi nw ""' ("" '" W W$t "Miss Anslonto is Run," 1'aced the I'owilnr. just like a loaded Hallo. "Why?" "She's made up to kill." Urot Leedt. Iowa. Thu been .old which that remedy 1 held where It haa have learn-eseara and 1. w ell kn.wn. Motheracold., croupd nothing to good for ihauheri cough, that ft cure. .ihea. that M oulcklr and permanently, andas andit 50 P'8""" take, taletile children tcG. HocVer, Druggist,nt btan. by Dr. 8. for ford e?V rtnt "-"- et Prepara purchase price. able for application than the present. K. C. WARREN, M. C. L. C. C. tlons are now in order to meet the Increased deUeginninR on the ie,t Monday Jn March. In view of these mand of a convalescent trade 1894, and on each firtt Monday tuerealter, a Market will be held at Ottenheim for the Block pleasant anticipations, I have Introduced some sale pf Horses, Cattle, Sheep aad Hogs. Peisons hav. elaborate reforms into every branch of my large Ing stock to sell or tboie wiihlng to buy aro In price line of goods, changes have been made to attend. There will be 110 charge to any. which almost equal a revolution. WM.LANDCSRAFiV (a stamp) any reader Ottenheim, Ky. Old styles have superseded by new; the new have been replaced by the tateit; and the latest of have been pruned until the residue aptly illustrates, "the survival of the fittest,'' odd shapes can have a and finishes have been especially sought after sample copy of The to please the irretlitable craving for novelty; My stars was burned Friday night. Keb 'o 4i while only such lot these have taken advantage Southern Magazine and I think robbed ol part of li, content,; an3J or .. fthf. arr..l h fin......:.... of whose telling price is thoroughly in harmony .... -- ..,..- ... vuimiviiuii uir Kuuiy parties I will by dropping a line to pavfioo. with the spirit of the times and trsde. J. A. HAM MONDS. I'll A glance through my stock will satisfy you Hubble, Ky Coits publishers thlt my selection is grand and my prices will lumbia thoroughly convict you that I am head quarters ! New ideat baveJhive been introduced into all Louisville, Ky., and the more important lines of furniture and they can obtain a club rate constitute a Una of goods which, for beauty deiign At our trull Farms and Nursetlea one mile West variety, style and price, is superlative in aa em of KinKsyillc, Lincoln county. We have as fine a on the Magazine and inent degree, and4which rcprcstntf to perfection stock of fruit Trees as any man ever handled. "Planting nto orchard and garden ,'?.r the high standard achieved under the influence this by adII Fall Orchards of Apples this and Peachea will In orde ol neceiiity, the mother of intention. be assorted to suit customers at io per hundred dressing the publishto stimulate a tluggis and indifferent demand, I The trees are nice, the varieties the belt, ilverv- ining neeueu 10 make home attractive m.t place before you the cream of all that is new er of children happy will bo found here. For clrcuU-- s Strictly cash, this will be to your Interest address J. A. McKKE & CO., W. W. WITHERS. 6 Kingsville, Ky. For Two Cents lly. The Interior Journal $100 BEWARD I at Building, Fruit Trees For Sale paper The Interior Journal, 1 .,. ss WiViJ Yt i CBMgaj HR &.!. ar y& ' .' G&$ Danville, Kentucky, "MUST GO" SALE OF SPRING CAPES AND JACKETS. M ..A Wn xirint- tn .Tun uui mi uif uiii- C...!.... titijj.- U.. TT.. ..... T.. v. uy Kitty isi. nuiH m c.lt A..f nil jjviiii iu uu this wc have determined to make the prices so very low that they will - '. &MI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL T. . We can save your money on watches. Dank, the jeweler. Rold . " .' 'TANfoud, Ky., - April Gen dike John B. Stetson 3.00 hat at , 13, 1804 only one to a customer. It. F. Jones A fr'on. 52.-IS- ... . OLD MARK ANTONY fin- m E. C. Walton, Business Manager MEANS BUSINE3S. Intbndino purchasers can find larger variety of jjoods or lowor prices than at Danks', tho jeweler. Bedecked Cleopatra in jewels, but we clothe our customers in the est rainment at the lowest prices. Old Mark didn't no IIuy your school books and school supplies ol nil kituls at A. It. Tunny's. Watcjikb, clockB and jewelry repaired ml warranted. Kugravini; a specialty, at A. It. Penny's. Tub largest stock of Druiw. Medicines. Perfumery, Paints and Wall Paper at A. It, Penny's. I'rcKcriptiona a upecial- ty. PERSONAL paid your 1S93 account at Mclvinney Bros.', please do so at once. We must have our business settled up. If you havn't HAVE : TO : HUSTLE Like wc do, for we must give lower prices than our neighbors or we arc left. It is said that a silver dollar is worth only 50c, but wc tell Wanted. 11)0,000 lbs. of wool. Top Wc will give you the lowest prices Kuaranteed. Call on mo at Mc- you your 50c is worth a dollar with us. or John Ellis at Ilustouville, prices and take your bad money. lvinney or J. M Durham at Middlebure. Ware. F. M. f t be sure to go quickly. They were cheap enough at first price, but just read our REDUCED PRICES: $12.50 10.00 For Moire and Lace Capes that were For any Capes that sold at For Capes that have been For all Capes and Jackets that were For choice of any Wrap that ww? For any Jacket or Cape that was S25.00 '7'5 12.50 10.00 S 7.50 C. 00 5 0 00 00 5.00 Don't let this opportunity slip by you. Fvcry one ol these are new, and shapes arc correct. Trimmings arc the latest and handsomest. NEW TRIMMING LACES. Heavy, real I'oint Venice Laces in both bands and edges at every price from 30c to S3. 00 yard. All widths from iinch to 10 inches. These are the latest. He sure to sec our assortment. Hiack Silk Laces in Chantilly, Cluny and Heavy Cord Laces in both bands and edges. JET TRIMMINGS. These are exceedingly popular this season; are extensively used in connection with Laces. Satins and Moires on both Dresses and Wraps. These we have narrow bands, wide Vandyke. Points, All Over Nets Spangled Fdgcs, Hnnds and All Overs. Ovbii S00 sample iiats just received, latest styles and shapes, 110 two alike. Mu. John M. Kkid is quite sick Mine Jeanii: Fkland is visiting her Wo have hats to suit everyone nt leps than manufacturer's prices, $1 stills at sister at ltichtnond. Mu. W. II. Shanks is clerking it his ?-- 50, &.c. 1). F. Jones & Son. father's htoro at present. Tins division of the L. & X. is quite Mu. K K. Ciiinaiicu, of Ghent, the busy at present, handling about 100 cars carrmge iiihii, is in town. of wheat and corn from St. Louis, which Mas. K. Zimmku went to Cincinnati is bound for Xorfolk and export. The Wednesday to visit relatives 0 Krain is in bulk and each car carries Mu J. 0. Fi.oiiKNCK went to Louisville pounds, tho whole aref-atm4V yesterday to buy more gooda. 000,000 of pounds, n pretty Rood lot of Middles-boro- , Mits. T. M. I'k.nm.n'oton, of Kruin tho first thine you know. . is visiting Mrs. J. W. Alcorn. Judge Bradley, who is a straight-lace- d Col. Tiioh. K. Hum left Tuesday for Presbyterian, called Little Phil Bristol, Tenn., to see about his interests Thompson down because of his frequent at that place. Mits. John J. McHoiikiits went to use of "My God" in arguing for in tho Pollard casp. Col. Mndioon yesteidny to visit her sister, T. P. Hill, of this place, would faro badly Mrs. Miller. "My God," Muh. It. G. Hail and son, Wearen, are before such a pious judge. visitim: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. is a very favorite expression with him in his speeches. George l. Wearen, Mu. II. 0. Lam n, of the Louisville Tub application of T. L. Shelton for an was hero this week seeiiiK after election in Rowland on the whisky quea Tim fit- - iv ncy for his pnpor. lion wa.i refused for want of a sullicient Miw Ki.i.a TiNbLKY, of Harbourville, number of names. At the last town elec was on Wednesday's train en route to tion there were 111 votes cast and "') of Louinvillo to visit friends. them were necessary to make tho 23 per Mitts Ic(ikk:a Pulliam, who is teach cent. Judee Shelton had 150 namttj on inir at Gt'orKPtonn, spent Snndsy with his paper, but '2 were Btrickon oil', because her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Pulliam. they are not legal voters now, though Mil, W. A. Tiiihhlk loft yesterday in fiey will be in (0 days, leaving one short hit biiccy for Verwiilles, where he will of the requisite number. Another apIciuo his flnn inarc, Katie Malloy, to be plication will be Mul at onco with n sullicient number of names, asking that handled. Mas. Corey Saindeks, of the the olection be held on the 18th of June. tirni of Hamilton vt Sniinderp, Can.nkky. A letter from Secretary of Howland, in in Cincinnati, catching Win. Chesterfield, of the Kings Mountain on to the ppn upland feuuuner styles. Mns. M. J. MiLLKit and Miss Mattie Canning Co., informs us that the building Owsley returned yesterdny from Nash- of tho factory is progressing finely, with ville where they spent the winter. Mrs. the masonry all done and thesuperstruc ture begun. It will boJIOxll feet, three Miller is greatly improved in health. stories high. Tho company has rented Mus. X. A. Tyrkk foil down stuirsrtt acres of land and is preparing it for her Iioiipo and brum! herself bndly. he I'M tomatoes. All kinds of fruit will be canwas deseendin in the dark when the and fell clear to the Cot- ned, but a specialty will bo made of corn mimed a aud tomatoes. The capneity will bo ton). cans a day and employment will be HojiKitT IIovi) and Vincent Ji'iioes Horeinj:, of Iondon, and Attorney J. A. given to 12o hands, male aud female. Craft, of Louisville, directors of the Cum The factory will bo a God seud to that berlnnd Valley Land Co., met here yes- end of the country and will doubtless terday with tho local directors and trans- pay tho owners handsomely. acted important businesH. Wk did not observe that a ceitain 00,-00- POINTS. WE BEAT mm ALL In quality, quantity and prices. Wc arc determined to make Things Come Our Way 9 And wc have to do all the pulling ourselves. Still we do not give anything away any more than other people, but for every dollar paid us we try to give full value and a little better than our neighbors. Dress Goods 20c, 35c, 40c and 50c will cost elsewhere from 40c to 75c. Men's nice Spring Suits $5 to S15. Neglige Shirts 25c t3 Si. 25. Do you wear Shoes? If so come and sec us. Wc can fit your foot and guarantee satisfaction, or put up silver dollars until you arc satisfied. Remember if you can't find a suit in our stock, wc will have one made for you. Remember also that we are headquarters for the J. 13. and P. D. Corst. ... HUGHES & TATE. -- THE- 1 Time Has Come When merchants have to sell on small margins and when they advertise goods at a certain price to have them and sell them at the ad vertise. drese-mnkiu- K That misleading advertisements are damaging to trade and when we advertise goods at a cut price we sell all of them that way if it is a loosing business. WIS REALISE OUR BUYER Is in the market adding to our stock and we will for you. have many things 23,-0- 00 This is Our Space And during the season we will give you some mighty low prices on ' MMHMtIMMMMMHia CITY AMD VICINITY. Always Hoinethinc new at Danks. Fhehii line of Zeigler shoes at m S. Shanks'. ' II. TRIMMINGS SILKS. Elegant Assortment of and Satin Stripes. J Mack GotoMrB. Steele Biiley and see her lovely llowers. Gold ejoglasees. Finder please return to Mrs. J. W. Hour. 1jfiT Moire Silks in Antiques, Bagaderc at 75c to $1.25. $1.50. Surah and China Silks in all colors. Colored Moires at 60c to Si. 50. Colored Satins IJlnck Satins, Plain and Pekin Stripes at 50c to Thkke rooms for rent in Odd Fellows' Commercial. Apply to A. C. Sine. building-O- ld Giihkn IImek SfBiNOS will be sold morrow at Crab Orchard by ilwtter H. C. Warren. TilKRrtpood draft horses, six-year-- to- Com-mUeiou- s PARTY DRESSES. We lutvc an abundance of desirable fabrics for Evening Gowns: and weighing alioiit 1,100 pouuds, for win Or trade. Higgius & M'atte. Owing to the cold weather my opening has been postponed till April 20 and L'l. Sheer French Organdie in White, Pink, Hluc, Yellow, Red and You are respoutfully iuvitoil. Mis. Ki to Duddorar. Green; Piinted French Organdies in 30 styles; evening shades in Call at tho St. Aeapri Hotel and see China Silks, Moire, Satins, Silk Crepes, Grenadines, Wool Crcpons the DavIs Vertical Fee I Sewing Machino They beat tho worid. Wo defy compeSuitable trimmings for all these. and Challies. tition. McMurray Bros. "lawyer"and statesman of. this place had Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets and Shoes. been talking through bin hat to the credulous Dyche, of the London Koho, till wo saw the following copied in the Courier-JournaIt is only a baseless figment of a distorted imagination, but wo repjodnre it, so that tho democrats ahull bo forearmed by being forewarned : of tho intentions of the "It has long time since Lincoln county been a had a republican county officer, and as a B usual thing the republicans have given the democratic candidates in that county no opposition, but this is republican year Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a even in Kentucky, and a full republican My stock is sure to please you in oounty ticket will be nominated, and from present indications eoine, if not all, of tliein will be elected. Many heretofore democrats in that county pledge tho republicans tlmt if a ticket is nominated, A full stock of Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastinc, they will see to it that it is elected. nishes, &c. There is much in store for the republi-cin- a of Lincoln county." l. bo-s- uwm out Mas TierjflMo SEVERANCE & SON. WALL PAP home. DESIGN, QUALITY AND PKICE. Var- ... Tick sgony is over for thu. present at loiwt and the Hustonville applicants, W. S. Dryo and Itusaell rt Wright, have had licences to sell spirituous, vinous aud Before Spring Cleaning. A. 21. PKNaSre, Druggist. LADIES' SUMMER VESTS. Good The L. &. X. will mako n rate of of one faro for tho round trip to Birmingham on account of the Confederate Veteran's Reunion April Oua great silo of sample shoes has boon tho talk of tho town; no wonder 10c when wo are wiling 5160 and SI shoes mul slippers for ft US. Another lot just 15c . received. B F. Jones iVs Son. quality Ecru Cotton Ribbed Vests 5c .... &" I White Ribbed Vests, formerly 15c, now White Ribbed Vests, Taped Neck and Arms at Extra Large White Ribbed Vests.. White and Cream Pure Lisle Thread Vests Extra Fine Lisle Vests at High Neck and Long Sleeve Ribbed Vests , Same in Finest Lisle Thread Knee Length Ribbed Drawers A lkttkii from Kuusas City, to which 25c point they have moved, tells of the birth. nearly two months ago to tho wife of J. 35c, ,J0C and 50c W. McCurdy who was Mian Alma Hays, 25c 25c of h boy, who now weighs 10 pounds. ,. 25c and W. D.Takihf, the gentlemanly colored man who has taught the public school 50c here for several seasons, graduated with high honor at the Louisville Medical College for colored people, thin week. 50c It u likely that a Urge uumrer of horsed will bo nt Ilustouville, Saturday, afternoou at tliH annual stallion show. Tho owiwiw did not gtt to makw a good show here Monday and they will more than probnbly take advantage that opportunity. Danville, Kentucky,, ., su iidyi r4ar jj't'tyi yM'p& Thk Caledonian bodaty will meet at night. Mseera. Tnrnersvlllo K. O. Gainos and R. II. Xowlaud aru editors of the paper this time, and rare, rich and racy nleet is assured. The editors came' near ooiuing to blows over tho mime, Gaines wishing it to bo called The Truth aud Xewland Tho Lio. 11 mult liquors granted to them. Tho protectants came down Wednesday in considerable numbers with n paper containing 51 names, but it was not considered, Judge Varnon deciding, after having the law called to his attention by Col. Welch, attorney for tho saloon men, that the now charters give tho exclusive contrn of the liquor tralfio to the city council or board of trusteed of incorporated towns. If they decide tojgrant license, as they did iu Hustonvillo.by a vote of 3 to ', it beconit s the duty.of tho county clork,, n ministerial officer, to issue the necessary papers, upon tho;payment of tho f 150, duo the Stale on such license. Thu saloon men thereupon tendered the money to the clerk, got thoir license and went homo happy, while the drys wero correepondw(ly;deireaiiod. Their only recourse now is, to indict the saloomst for selling under license improperly obtained, if they think so, and then the question eati be adjudicated by a higher court. Saloon uieu, as a gouerat thing, aru themselves nearly entirely responsible for the public bentimeut against them, by au open violation of the law under wh oU they are permitted to sell liquors. Many of them sell to inebriates and minors, keep 9 back door open on Sundays and utterly disregard their contract with trie State and town by ranking a nuisance of their busiues-'- , to tho disgiut of decent people, With a prohibition sentiment, prevailing us it does in this county, it bohooves those who have been granted license to live square up to thu letter of the law and leave no room for complaint in that direction. WE WANT YOUR TRADE And we propose to get it by showing you the largest and finest stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry In Stanford. Our 83 Silverware PIIMC'M ABM IHfJWEiST And we guarantee every article we sell. DANKS, : The : Jeweler. I have added to my business a line of CARPET - SAMPLES, From which I can sell you Carpets cut in any length and to match without wasc. If necessary, can order it, have it made and get it here in two days. H.JJVIcROB rim n t rrsr .,.,.?.-!- , ...iruf.t,f.., -- , -- .... ....a Two I Tir lifi'irrnr H tWttiirffcailWilTrr-- - MWhWnHMMMMhMlill (o Semi-Week- ly 4 We aro authoilted to announco are Mrs. James Kinnalrd, and the usual "You sum old, rey dear grandma," the Utile girl As she lay by the fire with Dolly. good cheer prevailed. Tho menu, which Tor as white at the snow aro tne hal racn jour was unusually inviting, was as follows: head A candidate for Representative In Congress, subYet you alwaja I00V rosy and jolly. ject to the action ol the Democratic party of the Oranges, 25c; broiled chicken, 0l)c; pota"Pray tell me, dear grandma, the reason of this Eighth Congressional luittkt of Kentucky. toes, fie; Sally Lunn, 15c; mushroom patWhy you always look healthy and snntely, are pale when you Rive me a ki. ties, GOc; lettuce Balad, L'Oc; olives, Cc; Why j on never Why you take such long walks morn and DBS ATT. ice cream, 550c; cake, 15c; nuts, 5c; cof nightly'" "The reason, my sluling, her grandma replied fee, 10c; cards, 10c. The cost camo Came to my houso about tho is' of January a "is simple, It needs no Description. bltck sow, weighing about 100 pounds, and four within tho regulation $:, boyond which I'se always been well, lor I keep by my side pigs, uwner can git ner ty proving piopetty, A of lVr:e's Prescription" the club is not allowed to go for a repast Allbottle and all coaditUns of womanhood will paying for this notice and expense of ke ping. ages, SAM TKOrtimilHlK, find hut the help that woman needs, in Ir for '2 persons. Kubanks, Ky Pierce's rasorile Prescription. Ilut a matter that s guaranteed If It can't be done, then the FARM AND TRADE'ItEMS. medicine costs you nothing its makers ilali't Interior Jodrna - School Matters Continued Weeks Ago. From I PI contestants, base this day filed In thj clerk's ofSection 79 na amended makes tho office of the Lincoln County Crurt a written Friday fice of district treaaurer continuous, and setting forth tho grounds of a contest of the Published Every Tuesday and election which was held In the Muitonville Magls. AT terial District on tho J4th day of Marcr, 1841, to VANCM puts all tho work of tax collection and SU JPJCtt YKAlt INtake tho sense ol the legal solers ef said district disbursement in his hands, giving him a upon the question of prohibiting the sale cf spiritnot aopaid SiJ.50 will be charRed." uous, sinous and malt lli'tiors therein. sluriiPs powers. Witurss our hands this April iS . I, II Adsins, J W. Held, A justice of tho peaco may approve K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. St iv S.UW1SU. t. Jirtcui"r, Section 133 provides that his bond. tleoige A Tucker, C t van.lrsdale, K M Ware, J. W. Pom II, Train nave Rowiand at 7.00 a. a., returning after July 1st, 1S91, n certificate of the M Yowell, Ceo W llfle Sr.. And others, Contestants, third class shall not entitle tho holder to local time card. teach in any district reporting 70 or more YOU ARP. want your monoy. Mail train going North ....U 37 po pupils, nor shall a certificate of the sec For Wantkd. A small lot of corn. Ap nesses all derangements, Irtegulntllies and weak, U pm ond class entitle the holder to teach in " South peculiar to the sex, "Favorite Prescrip11 s P Express train " South tion" is the only remedy so certain that it can lie t ti Korth ii . any district reporting S5 or more pupils, ply at this ollice. guaranteed. lails to benefit or cure, you I am now ready If to delUer manufactured Ice F. K. Trlbble sold to W. P. Tate 10 have your moneyitback. ..936 am I am just bick from the Lcal freight North Itios with a large and Irom the Stanford Factary to customers regularly m Teachers will also please tako notice that ' South.. ......J07P welt clccle-- stock of esery morning $15. the rate ef Ktr'I'N CKNlS fell cheaper than ever MM.LI VKKY. which I ill Th Utter trains also carry paiteczcri. will bo in yearling cattle at Alisa I. aura Jaroxi. under tho present law, which Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy positisely cures I'KH 1IUNIKK1 POl'ND I.Olhand oter.and geil with Inquiries among Dakota stockmen catarrh lienor tilmmcr trein Cincinnati, at 75c In smaller lots. Tha above It calculated on standard time. Solar ellect at tho June examination, a cerme and I can guarrnlec satisfaction in every pai- imft ii about 10 rnmutei Tatter. K. IlllKMltlt, Slntfurd. 10 from nil sections develops tho (net that ticuiar. .ai aau sec my goeus. tain time will bo allotted to each branch It will be an ictceabtc surprise to persons sub tMISS LICCIK I1KAZLKY, the losses from storms this winter havo ject to attacks of bilious colic to learn that prompt QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. of tho common school curriculum, at the Stanford, Kv s Lone, reiiel may he had lr taking B. been greatly exaggerated. Cholera and Dlarthoca Itemed) In mar.t InstanGolnu North irams pass Junction City n fol- expiration of which nil the anawerB to bought at the Hue sale ces the attack may be pretcuted by taking this T. O. Yeager Vestibule starts 6 a. m. lows: all tho applicants Ladies, Your Attontion, Please. remedy as scon asthe tint sjmptoms of the dls p. m Florida all tho questions from Limited 3 p. m. Local ease branch for W. II. Gregory, of Indiana, two gray a appear. 15 ami so cent ponies lor aJc by i)r. Office South Bide Main St., in office a rn Limited will bo called in before another recently u Mocker, Druggist, Stanlord South N. O. Vestibule u'tc. p. m. Florida buggy horees for Jl'Jo and 8175. vscated tsy Dr. Lee K. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. s of study has been given to applicants. My Stock Millinory Limited 11pm Locsl 1.11 p. ,ru. One hundred and four acres of good p. m. Vestibule arrises S.40 I shall endeavor to divide tho wholo Is bel g rapidlr opened and it embraces everygrass laud for rent, never failing water Carriage Painting and Trimming thing pretly and aij lish. I have engaged Miss time of the two days of eight hours each Julia Mitt, of Cnuinnati, to trim for me S le ts a Goal Co., (10 hours) so as to give the applicants on it. Apply to Mrs. Malinda AnderFalls Branch Jellico lady of much caperieuce ami taste and Is sure to Preachersvillo. son, gtse satisfaction An esaminatlnn if ckU is intllacerec a 11V, fifth heat M mile track.) I am now prepared to do all kinds of Carriage all the advantage tho law allows; giviug MRS, POKIK T COl R S. Miners and shippors of the GENUINE The report of tho commission ap- Will make the season of 1(94 at ray place, Vi Painting, Trimming and Repairing (Jive me a vited, to grammar each a libto mathematics and call. Over Daughety' shep on Maintticet. pointed to examine the modes of slaugh- miles south of Mauford eral share of the time. In order that JOHN II DcNARDI. tering cattle shows that of tho Jews tho Statford Ky, Try it. We are the sole agents lor Stanford Jand this may be done with fairness to all, as least cruel. Roiisnd. Office corner ot Depot street and rail- to At $10 by tho Season, or $ well ns to the State, we will nnnounco roccrostlng. Two doors above AS ASSIGNEE OF Always on hand Although King Chester's book was .1 HIGGINS A WATTS. Insure a Living Oolt. now that tho time for commencing will over half full at $25, Mr. Anderson The Nobiest and Nicest Goods? be S:30 sharp, on tho morniug of June A. S. has reduced his fees (or this season to He hss pros en himielf a breeder of fine style 1st. I make this Btatemeut now (supand action, and can bo sten to satisfy anyone Can bo had in the matket Prices tower than the $20 to insure. SURGEON DENTIST. lowest Mcurulng goods a specialty. Call and I olfer for sale privately bis posing that all teachers road tho Ineight busing 111.191 l'ence started in it races, and won The entries to Harrodsburg trots eaamine before Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the new a game MAllY DAVIS intiueyt and three seconds. terior Journal) that those who may close May 1st. Five dollars nominates. first herie. For further informationHecallison or ad- WHOLE STOCK of GROCERIES, Mis. Kate Duddrrar, Manager DUDDF.KAR.Ky Owsley Building. race Stanford, Stanford. live remote from Stanford may make A. M IT.NCK, COMMLWCIA1. III.OCK Write to T. M. Cord well, seeretuy, for dress Stanford, Ky &c , on reasonable time and terms. The stock has their arrangements to be here on time. entry blanks. been cleared of all damaged gooas, One woid to trustees of the common HOUSE Will M. Matheny returned from CinIs in First-Clas- s Condition schools just here, i. e., please to rememF. B. RILEY.SProprletor, cinnati Tuesday where ho sold 70 hogs old Hand ol J. II, Green, in and located In one of the most desirable stands In At the ber that no contract is valid between N S II It the city, Tho agency ol the daily papers will be London, - - - Kentucky. trustees and teacher until July 1st, when at 5.10 toa5.20c, having the good fortune trutisftrrcd to purcbasesr of stock and sa source Hustonvlllo, - - Kontucky. to Btriko rising market. of otiin!rabte revenue J II PAVI'ON, I have moved to my new Hotel iand am better the new trustee or trustees are supAssignee -- Geo. J. Ballard Bold to I. Shelby 11 prepared than ever to accommodato the public. Has lust icccived an eiccllent addition to his and qualified; posed to havo been elected Good Livery attached and every convenience desto k of I'urmturr and rerdially Invilcsyou I' rail Irvine, of Richmond, a premium jack for sired. Give me a call. and eiamine it He is also agent lor tine Olltrr of one who may have also that no action FRANK RILKV. S 1,200. Ho is lees than U years old, and 77 Chilled and Silver Met Plows as well at repairs been elected, but has not been duly Btands 1GJ lor same Notlos stand hichtr In the estima. hands high. WinchesterSun. lion of the puhlU than these till stock ol harness qualified, will be valid under the law. and saddles Is laiger than ever. Has also added The annual horse show, which for 30 V W GHKLN, Propnetor. a line ol ilugie, burieys and Stoves, If U19 interest that is now being mani- years has been held in Gratz Park LexD b CARPKNTKR TENNESSEE, county in school JELLICO fested throughout our : : : Kentucky. ington on tho 2nd Monday in April, was continues to grow as it has for Mrs. J. B.' Montgomery, Prop. matters few years, it will be but a short prevented by rain, the first time in its tho past I am still running this Hotel and history. will continue to give my guests the poliirst attentime until each district in the county We have opened on Depot Street s first class by Stonewall ta.ks-n- . . llarr s'),by tion as well as the best the markeialTurds. Ir Sired Cattlo aro in demand in Cincinnati, the only one with 'he best hotel in tne city andEspecia attention will have and keep a board of trustees Stoncssaii Jackson 7,, by Washington Dtmnar llutcherhhop where we will keep at all times the a sample room for drummers with shippers at 3 to 4.55, butcher 2 61 best meats country to the traveling public. Rates $1, Special Attention to the Travel die nothing that the best and all irds. We will han who will see that tho children are not to 6j. Locic's 1st dam will but the 4.15; hogs continue higher with prices Hills) by Washingtonby King Williamlllack Itllind DenPublic. Denmark, by -- THE OLD- teacher ing only provided with a competent running from 41 to 5.40; sheep are strong mark CASH ONLY, in every respect, but that tho necessary and dam by Miller's Denmark, by Denmark, When you want a turnout come to in; SELL at 2i to 4?c. by Imp Hedgeford appliances for properly conducting a As we can not keep boots. Oar customers wilt Telegraph, by Liberal premiums given to saddle by snl ilauiIMack Onstot'a by Sherman. by Telegraph, be seivcd in the best style nd we solicit the pat VERY STABLE. Hill's Hawk, SAM II. WARNACK, Pror. school ns it should be conducted, are s e also bur good corn lil ronage oltne public geldings at the Harby '1 tier's Drention, by Drinker's stallions, mares and 4th dam Prices to suit the hard times Call or leave o.der cattle aud hogs. ANDKKbON CAUR A tO , Crockett - KENTUCKY. provided. I am glad to be able to say rodsburg Fair, Juno 27, 2S.29. Writo for Drenuon, by Dasyer, thoroughbred Manford, Ky. IS jm at the Myers Houso OH.ee London, dam by Olis that a very large majority of trustees full particulars and entry blanks to T. .ogtc Is a ery substantial horse, beautiful red so'rel with line mane and tall, which he carries havo already complied with the lato law M. ASSIC.NKI. SSAl.KOP SALE OP pared to attend the wants of the pub! as near to perfection as a horse can Has a fine Cardwell, Sec'y, Harrodsburg very reasonable. furnishiug the necessary apparatus, as to and for . I .,,..,. tt.o Har-- disposition; drives nicelyTrot. Walk.his handling of The he , , fine'attor. Canter and ack. A without any special interference on the rodsburg JOHNSON'S Fair cover nearly all classes of Sl?.w I4Ce see from his pedigree that he is a erv ou can part of tho county superintendent. trotters and pacers. Only $5 to noini MAGNETIC OIL! huh ted saddle horse, and one that vs lit sire AsF.secutor of W M. Ulgftni, deed, I will Instant Killer ot Pain. At Kingsvillo, Kentucky. After the County Institute, which will Write to fanry high tailed saddlers Logic wilt make the sell at public auction on the premises on nato. Entries close May 1st season nt my farm, tour miles Irom Danville, on Intornal and External. Mro HIIEl'MATISM, NEUHAL- - bo held early this summer, teachers need T. M. Cardwell, Sec'y. the Danville and Stanford turnpike at UIA, lines, Hpriun,i!rulies, As assignee of (.lass A JobnMn, I will, until May 31, 1894, lurthcr "Wi. 8weIliiH-- Still Joints, COLIC nnd- bavo no excuse for not knowing how to Tho Tennessee Derby at Memphis notue, sell lCHAMPS lustnntiy. Cholera Morthings to be Mfe?vwJr litiiK flrmm Illrtt lit rln Unrnl handle and explain those .........The Karm of......... was a bad dump for thoju who played $10 TO INSURE A:C0LT 4 WEEKS OLD IIEAUACUL,iislf by magic, COST CASH! derived from modern apparatus, as wo tho favorite horses. It was won by Jam- Or $0 tho Soaaon. Acres Land, THE HORSE BRAND, nave notified our instructor that he is boree, the longest shot iu the race. As A lien retained on colts until payment of The stock of meichsndlse at Klngsvlllc which tho most Poworf ul and Penetrating I.lnlruent f or Mat. About 73, Acres; in cultisation now, the remainder Glass .V Johnson assigned to me for th benefit of or Beast In existence. Large Jl dze T.'c., GOc elzo 10c expected to give ua all the necessary in- good as 50 to 1 WasoUered against him. He is standing to luiit the hard tlmn . See him in grass, situated 4 mills Irom Urau urcnarti.an Ihslr crcd lets 1 he stack consists of Dry Goods, things .vc JOHNSON S ORIENTAL SOAP. formation concerning those muntn Oram miles from Stanluid aud t mile from Ceslar ( rtk iincis, anoes, nais, rasture at George l'nr,li solii to Keild .. uro., ol "eiore you ureeu. ratet whlch Smuper be pa,a tcrote Mallon, on the L. N railroad. Twu story frame 1 his Is a fine chance for rsonoos, ireile, bargains Any person Uh1 eaionMbIe Medicated and Tjllet, The Great Skin Cure nnd house, four rioms also dining room and kitchen, desiring to bur the stock as a whole will do well Baautifle.'j Ladios wl find It omoi which are so essential to every school Fayette county, 14 butcher cattlti nt mares aic taken assay. Fnco . porches. Ac, good cistern, rnnoke house, an ice to call on me for terms A" E delicate nnd highly perfumed Tulltt Soap on room. Me. house, douole cabin in yard, large barn, l wo corn All persons indebted to the firm must come up cents. J. It Parker sold to T. J. Dur-- 1 thoinarkct. It Is absolutely pure. Makes the cribs, two buggy houses and a IMacksmith Shop, and settle with me. ekinsoft and velvety nud restores tho lot com- KDWAKD ALCORN, weighed gesa a calf two months old that Tools. Ac. The farm will be oftered in two tracts Is a luxury for tho Bath tor Infants. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Trustee. filexlonl ltcldng, denudes tLonalp nnd promotes Land notes will bear interest as a uhcle and 245 pounds. It brought $11.55 iu CinUiogruwtlioi lialr. Prlcol&c. For sale by in 6 irom Jan. i, iSm, six per cent. (Advocate.) THOMAS YEAGER JAMES YKAGER. in months: one tlurd m it months and Georgetown Times. S months. NATIONAL BANK George Cogar has recently bought iu cinnati. Good school In S mile of house. A. R. PENNY, Ky. Tho condition of the winter wheat a Atdirnev cows svlth calsei. & YEAGER, Boyle and Mercer counties about foOO,- OK STANFORD, KY. i cows and calves. on April 1, as reported by tho National ARE GOING .IK 5 cows without calves 000 pounds of hemp at from S4 to $4 23. a d S0.7 L1VEK7, steer. i Department of Agriculture, averages AND S7ABLE, Capital Stock- I male cow. Capt. G. T. Helm wbb elected second per cent, for tho entire country. Last j calvesand pigs. vice president of tho Kentucky Union of sows Surplus 3 year the averauo was 77. 1. In 1692 it was ..THE.. Special Hates to Commercial Men. it, shoats Chief of Police at the State meeting nt I male hog sKMsmMMMMWMsUknkUnMsBa S1.2, and 90 9 for the year 1S91. The avAttention of the public is invited to the fac STANFORD, i.Y. LouiBville yesterday. i work horses. I good buggy marethat a lady can that this is the only National Hank in Stanford erage for Kentucky was S3. drive. Under ihe provisions of the National Hank Act Tho water works election will be mare in i give us If call Nothing by the Tho New Harrodsburg Fair, besides first yeu need livery will leasea our stable, bee but 26young of sheep foal by Hackty's saddle horse depositors are secured not only liability capita) head ua class turnouts lor aa stock, bulbv the stockholders held Saturday. It is to tako tho eeni-- of iS iambs. its guaranteed purses to trotters and lor rales. In our amount equal to the st. tk, so that depositors ol HoiteheM and kitchen furniture, farming imthe people on issuing $70,000 in bonds pacers, will open a btake for saddle mares jecured by a fund of J,uo,ooo. this Institution are plements, such as shovel and turning plow s, l hay Five sworn statements of HARNESS SHOP condition of for their construction. wagon, i are made each ycarto the United States Ihe bank rake, I mowing macflne, I a. Nashville R. R. and geldings of auy age, to close June You will find a good assortment of Harness, Louisville rockaway, i spnng wagon, i Mm shelter, i ooin and its assets ate esamiued at staled times C. K. Teats, of Junction City, has addlw, A'c. Hase)iir repairing done by cru.hcr, I wheat Ian, i straw cutter, plow gear, by government agents, thus securing sdoilitoas 1st. when it takes $3 to nominate and We las e a etc. Also u lot ot bacon, lard, inegar, corn, bay. endperfect safely lo depositois. filod suit against W. S. Hilton, of the (hi r man he understands his busmoss Is 'he line for you, as its $2 30 to start, payable the evening before. mechanic iu our straw, etc '1 Ins institution, originally established as the same place, for $1,000 damages, for asAlso a track of knob land ol o acres, svell tint Deposit Hank of slant.ird in 1I58, then $150. of stako guaranteed Amount bered,ou Otlenheim pike near Cox's Gap. sold lied as the National Hank ol bunfoid in iSe.5 and BLACKSMITH SHOP, saulting him, hitting him in tho head, Tftotib.le separate Write for entry blanks to T. M. Cardwell, again te organuedaa the First National Dank ol etc. work and satisfactory All sums under Jio cash. All overdue Janu Will guirautee MA e dole connections at Stanlord in iSSj, has had practically an uninterHarrodsburg, Ky. ary I, ivs, with intere-- t from day of saie and rupted esistenco of j cars It is uttir supplied pines its o ir nre rtnoor county horse- secretary, P. W. lliy, a Warren LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI secured by i orsonal security. U now wiili tscilities fur ttaiisacting business prompt ii HUH.I.S'- -, Ks. maihiue on eirtb man, had a close call here during the ly and literally than ever before in its long and yt" all points. Texas comey to tho front with hail honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduTHROUGH TICKS rS SOLD. sales. He struck a negro named EJ ciaries, Cims and Individual respectfully HAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH stones six inches in circumference, that SauuderB for an insulting remark when For auy informv'ion enquire of front licnls of horned cattle. The Directory ol this Hank is composed ol JOES. HICK. Agent, tho negro drow a pistol nnd snapped ri.,s ..t.iuiL- - nf iiM " miiiu fin lirci'v 'Mr'SFsry NftTSfV rsTV'CfiTII'?!fiTTrir"V17' i!I f Stanford, Ky Korvstus Keid, Lincoln county, Or r -live times at him. The would be W. A. McQUOWN. Trav. Pasi Agent, S. T Harris. Lincoln, ,, , Junction City, Ky . , " . was jailed. U. A. Lackey, Lincoln; " ..: through tuo roois oi nouses aim rumeu . J. W. llaydoti, Stanford; The meeting at the Methodist church A. G. Lanhax JohnlU. De.tlcr in tho prospect for fruit crops." S.ll. lUnghwaH.il. ihcoIh; held by Rev. Yutight closed last night J. S. Hocker. Stanford; The Davidson Theater at Milwau-- 1 continuing three weeks. There were W A. Trlbble, Stanford; i sr i ti. .:.... io i... i'uiuik .i,.. FURNITURE, MOULDINGS WINDOW SHADES, uurneu .siununy. more than 50 confessions of faith, and 40 kcu Jl D. Bltaorc, Stanford; the roof on which the firemen were T. P. llill.stanford. additions to tho church. Others who standing MATTRESSES, &c. way, precipitating them K. L. Tanner, McKinney; will connect themselves were converted M.J ..Miller, Ml Vtruon into the flimes below. Xino or ten men with other churches in the city. J. S llociir, t'rcsuleat; were burned to death and as many more Just received a new line of afternoon nnd night Mr. John J. McRoberts, Lathier; LIVERPOOL. badly injured. A. A Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier. and Mre. D. P. Rowland will entertain Moulding3. Pictures, Rattan Rockers, Bed Lounges, Spring Picture their many friends iu commemoration of When Adam in bliss, Edge Couches, Hull Trees, Large French Plato Mirrors, Asked live for a kisn, Ladies' Desks, Etc. the l'Jth annivereary of their marriage. Co She puckered bur lips with a coo; MANAGER?, Mies Annie Giovannoli has been given Gave a look ho ecstatic OI bTANIORD,:KY., Call and sec me before buying. I will save you money. And answered emphatic, Oommjrce Building, Louisville the position of bookkeeper at tho AdIs now fully orgamrcd aud ready for business with vocate oflice. Miss Lola Burks returned 'I don' care A dam if I do." W. W. WITHERS. Agents throughout the Ssuth, home yesterday after spending several Paid up Oapitaljof - - $200,000. Two Llvos Saved. days with friends in this city. lit, 000. Surplus, . '1 homas. of Junction City, 111., was Mrs Phoebe w A. TSI33LS, Local Ajont, The lato Uuo& Son lnulconer sale told by her doctors she naif consumption and that SUCCKSSOR to THIS LINCOLN NATIONAL no hope for her, but tsso boisles of Dr. STANKJRD, KY. indicated an extremely healthy demand thtre whs Discovery .OBiiilet-lcured her and King's 'ew HANK OK STANFORD, saved her life Mr Ihos Kggers, 139 " Nam cloa ug up) with the same assets and under for good busiuess horses. Tho sale was sbosa)sit San Francisco, sufferid from a dread ainoa iNaos3ao onv N33no Florida St., the same management without one of the btst of tho season, nnd a sue-- ful cold, approaching ci tnumptIon, tried bottle ol lly provisions of lis chaiter, depositors are as result everything else theu tout hi one (, 'ijennssuio 'pisjy J.sse, fully protected as aie depositors iu National One hundred and Dr, King's Istw Ditcnir) ..nd tuo weeks was bs in eery respect Hanks, its sliarebolders being held indisidiially .os.uvaxia j .w ijinoc! Ins sucn reHe Is (is n '9irr tsstu,M s luinle to the extent of the amount of their stock seven head brought SloyNtl 50, or an av- curid.of which naturally thanktul. that piovo the uii.)jm iinsiHiiri't "rim t nrnw"it j wai'Jiu. iuivi ;u these are sample, sults, therein at the par value thcieof, in addition to th ' t i,llinf'l wm 'pui jiiiij , 4u Mil "l uil ,,sji( 'V erage of $ 10 73. Of the 107 head sold, svetiderfiilertiearynr this luclinm- In coughs and amount invested In such shares It may act as an j,. x 'it. tustn l ; iustrv Free tiial bottles at A K. Pennjs Drrg us executor, administrator, Iri.kUe, Ac, as fully as ijfuuii, auinuai eni auo tsi i iinuiM, 73 brought $100 and over, averaging colds. Regular sue 3 isiie Ji sauj iuoiqji. .)Ut vatt s,j). - sjs.i usi jjMth4j)j blurc. asii, iniudisidual Swiff's To those who entrusted their liuisiucss to us $170 50. Only IJ2 head sold for less than Blectrlo Blttors. while snivujl a3nnBHS3A the Liiicol'a National Hank ot $10), and they averaged $09. Sianfoid, we we here tender nur many thanks and remedy is becoming so ell known nnd so This Specific. eriil.t niADosnivp ji nnitpy vJonnrnn.i ' i iwHtw.) . trust tbey will continue to transact their business l iladl' R to select popular as to need no spedul mention. All who LsTho old tlmo slmplo In tho primary election "' )i'i-"ll"i' !ssl, Swsii wni Mil ) rtniiJo as's; "lll In " iu'v'( with us, uiferlng as n guarantee for prompt attenbase used Electric Hitters sing the same song of ua.p, n 1 f sjll ti )isanu si)jq4 t.t'1 remedy freni tnoGcorgla deinoerntis nominee's for the various nrnise. A nurer medicine il ss not oxist nnd it is tion to sainu, our twenty years' experience la Huli kiiu 11 sj tjuu'j juvjujj us ui.)w imi iimu ) banking andas liberal Hccominodalious as are conguaranteed to do nil that is claimed. Llectric Bwn:; licldi has countv ollkers, W. II. Prewitt was nom I nJ BIgonof usant with sound banking, rihtotlio antipodes. Hitters will cure all diseases of tl.c Liver and KidPimples, ln . .J" 1SII 'aston! IcgthotkcptKalaudof inated for County Judge over C. II. Wood neys, will remove caused bylioils.Satt jtheum and impure blood will lUKKcroKs: affections theories t 'IsfW-- T confoundlns tho solely on tha by a majority of 210. This was tho only other malaria from tho )st.m and prevent as J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; drive thoso who depend I'or curt! ol physician's ttkllL Thero Is no blood b. II Shanks, btaiifoul; &rm wps a contest, Robert wellaacure nil malarial festrs. Constipation und lndigwnon, try Llectric ' t alnt v hlch docs not Immediately race in which there J. S. Owsley, Stanlord; outwardly absorbed or tbo Hauling being nominated for County At- Hitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or mor.uy eradicate. Folsont S J. Kiubry, Siunford; refunded. Price 50c and $1 per bottle at A .K. result ot vllo diseases from within all Kid to this potent but simple remedy. It U on uncqualed torney, R. S. Nichols for Clerk, W. II. Pcnny'a drug atorc. J II Owsley, SiHnlerd; . disc ares male, bullils up tbo old and feeble, cures all Hiiighmnu forSherill, R M.Shumate for J. F.;Casli, Stanford orbing from lmpuro blood or weakened vitality. Salve. .Buciiln'aArnlca William Gooch, Stanlord; Ecndforatreatbc, Examine tho proof. Jailer, George II. Hocker for Assesoraud ssorld lor cuts, bruises The best salve In the Ky A. W. Carpenter, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapW JJ. Kdwards forSurveyor, without op Looks on " Dlood and Skin DLscoses " mailed free, W. Il Cummins, Prctchcrsville ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup .1 tiav rcquir .i...iv mm rules, or no satisfaction position. Vrugglsti Sell It. S. H. Shauks, President, givs. perfect It is Dr. J. II. Owsley, Cashier, last meeting of the Economical ed. money guaranteed to Irri:o aS fen's per box. The refunded. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. or W.M. llrlght, Idler. Lunch Club was held at tho residence of For sale by A. R. Penny, Staotoid, Ky. Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. Hon. jas. b. Mccreary 1TOTICX. Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned ntsto-mer- it JT TH 1 1 u-ir- n 1 5'l.&n. a3 Ves-tlbul- ICE, ICE. Hospootfully Invited. 11 1 J n DR.W. Mue-Gra- ss o PENNY Dentist. i Mue-Gra- of PENCE, 18444 .' 1 Original Jellico Coal. PRICE, 1 m Post-Ofllc- A. A. WARREN, THE RILEY LOGr-I- C 917, D.S. CARPENTER, 1 Th.o Floronoa Hotel, Tho Myers House, well-kco- n I Stanford, ITqw Moat Shop. FOR 53-6- u JACKSOXT SOUSE, first-da- is LI 1 52-c- m l: ypre-Rat- es ..... I 1 Land, Stock, Crop, &c. Stock of Merchandise I 1 i, Thursday, 234 ffifiJ 1 I of AT FOR i l.r r... 1 an.ky j-- tf Onc-tliit- d onc-lhtr- d Stanford, YEAGER FIRST WORTH WEST, m )mr-ol- 8200,000 21.300 e tr-- twe-lrar- s govern-inct- il Ilri-tie- s, -- Dally Trains first-clas- s rj solic-te- d. mur-(k-re- r.i;rbVu;rw. ... ,..,, ..i wy I I ww ww Castle-nan- irii'ira JidtiiiS) " '. ROYAL OF af-t- . "c ;.-.- . insurance Company w BAEBEE&CASTLEMAN Farmers Rank&Trast r sV: They all Testify noria-itcnowne- w M c 111 t,o 1 1 a 1 - iil 1 srM . t i jilasj H- 1 diss-ous- 11. anos mna-giii- . i' -- ix ) I 1 S J GNvaw xi Head-ach- 1 1 X i saoa xvhav 601 06 ' . J Ife Li M ' a. 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