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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894042701 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-Weekl- y VOL. XXII. HUSTONVILLE. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. APRIL 27. 1894. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Ai-imiBel-den- 0 NO.47 Col. Silas Adams, who linn been at G. Thomson was visitina In Harrodsburg tho latter part of laat week. homu for Huvoral weeks nt thu bedside of Miss Minnie Dinwiddle, who has a very sick wife, returns to his post nt "been In Loulavlllefor noma turn1, is at the National Capitol on Tuesday. Mrs. Adams, though still confined to her borne thin week. MIbh Katie Moore, of Christian Col- room, is improving, Thero was a nice social at John 's lege, ami Miss Sherlie Park were at the Mrs M. former's homo Saturday ami Sunday. A Hulling crowd, from lour Green River, panned tlironli town thu latter part of last week en route for Danville, their home. A tacky party waB given by Mr. Bill It aa McKinney's last Friday night. just awful to look at what a crowd of "tackB" were there, but through the masks there ehono beauty and intellect, M. F. North, of Mt. Salem, waH In Lancaster this vedk on legal busiuees. Mr. J. J. McKinney in confined to bis It room by tho failure of IiIh eyesight. before bo can come will be some time out in tho bright light. Miaa Margaret A. Bennett, who la teachlug at 0. C, contemplates teaching rhoto n class in music during vacation, who wish to avail themselves Of this op portunity Bhould apply at once as her claw is almost made up. Wo wish to correct tho mistake of our last letter, which eaid that the Christian Kndeavor Society met at Mr. Murphy'B inatead of Mr. MeKtnneyV. Many apologies to Mr. McKinney for the mistake, aud Mr. Murphy also, as to tho members it makes no difference, tlny do good where ever they are. A certain class of young ladies of tho town say: "Hello sport," which is, somewhat commented on by tho young men Young ladlex, let it be of the town. your resolve to say from now on, "good morning," "howdy" and "good evening" it sounds so much nicer and does not make one think he is talking to a boy in women's clothes. I'rof. M U. Thomson loft Friday for Lexington nud other towns in Central Kentucky, looking after tho Interest of tho College. There are few colleges In in Kentucky that oxcela 0. C. Mrn. Win. North, of Mt. Salem neighborhood, is in Garrard county this week, attending tho bedside of her daughter, who is very low with heart disease. Dr. Bill Hunn'a dwelling houe 0.250 burned Monday night about originated is not o'clock. How the fire exactly known but it is supposed to have caught from tho fireplace, where they had left a fire. Thee waa no one In tho building nt the lime but Allen LIuun, and when he woke up the fire waa so far All gone that it could not be stopped. was saved hut one room, tho furniture neareat tho fire. The room that was used as tho parlor wan filled with smoke and heated air until one of tho.twindow glaaaea blew out with n (loud report making tho fiery acetio appear like a fort firing its guns. The Ions will amount to 11.000, with an insurance of S00. 1 "Then and Now" (To the EJ.toror Interior Journal.) AniiKViLLK, Ga., Does history repeat Itself? About 1LM years ago, Aaron Burr was n student nt Princeton, N.J. His father had been president of tho college nnd his grand-fathe- r, Jonathan I'M wards, was president when young Burr entered as n student. thu other night at which tho ladiea Ho was a precocious boy, endowed by were d rested very ulegtntly and the men nature with gifts that enchanted -m- anhood in swallow-ta- il coats. Tho music was and beauty. Ho was nlike the idol also extra good, nnd all went oil pleasof both men and women. His quick, antly. Thero will boa social nt tho ge Hotel Tuesday night. Monday was county court day with only n moderate crowd in town, and not much business before tho court. Thero was as usual this time of tho year an exhibition of lino blooded horses on thu square nnd on thu track. Win. Dodd, from HuHtonville, was present wjtb (tambettn Wilkes and Blood Bay Red Squirrel, Mao Humphrey with Messenger Boy, Charlie Bowman with Grady Wilkes, Geo. Derringer with a half Norman gray horse, and John T. Brown with tho lino Bay Kagle. Tho prospectus of tho history of tho First Kentucky Cavalry was received at this place last week and agents nm now actively at work and getting n flattering number of subscribers notwithstanding tho hard times. Tho work will be elegantly bound in Luglish cloth, and a finer binding of red Morocco and retail at $2 50 and 13 50 per copy which is from 11 to $1.50 cheaper than other regimental histories of the same siz, binding, paper, ifcc. It is about tho same price as works of a National circulation. Thu printing is unexcelled and from now typo and free from typographical errors, with few mistakes. The following agents have commenced work- M. K. Humphrey in Casey, Win. Allen Bnd son in Garrard, Bu or.1 kinnet In Marion John Rourk andJ.M Oodbey in Pulaski, DR. Tot-- 1 Rockcastle 1W J Gr.ves in - t,ln bright, penetrating and profound mind gavo him a superior perceptivene'ea to that of his fellow students and allorded him much time for recreation, and while his wero bowed over dull text books he engaged his leisure mo meiita in strolls over the Udds nnd meadows around Princeton. Tradition says that in one of his rambles ho met a young girl in his pathway far more beautiful aud engaging than is often seen by men. Though thu daughter of a farmer near Princeton, she was onu of nature's roses, nnd with her blooming beauties which wero almost numberless, she at once captivated young Burr, so far as onu of his heartless nature could becaptivated. UN symmetric form, his meek face, his engaging oye, his mellow voice, his courtly nnd suave bearing nil united in n determined ellort to win tho favor of this queenly beaut', for though a country lass she was already known as tho "Queen of Hearts." This innocent, this inexperienced, this trusting, this trustful, this angelic beauty, yielded to thu importunities of thia youth and gavo him her hand witli her heart hi it. They had their trysting place. Ho gained her confidence, he gained all, with her lovely and loving and tender hand in his they walked the meadows by day; they countod tho stars ', , , t, ted their love, nnd ,, WM , happy could be, as class-mate- s Bro. K. II. Hackney has a fine boy at his house, but ho wont call it Grorer. Bad Bill Williams is hack from tho Cherokee Strip, as fat and "sassy" 68 over. In elegant and inexpensive articles arc on exhibition at the Store of Mrs. Ellen Morgnn has put up a photographer's tent opposite Cheap John Pearl's, on Main street. Drs Ilitnsey nnd Lutee, of this city, are greatly pleased and very grateful for Our line is not duplicated in Stanford and we want to the kindness shown them on their re cent visit to Stanford. George Farmer, who lived near the mouth of Laurel, was adjudged n lunatic Tuesday nnd taken to Anchorage WedWhether you want to buy or not so we Invite You to Call. nesday by Sheriff Moran. Dr. Jackson Givens, onoof our demB. H. DANKS. ocratic pension examiners, was compelled to walk up here from Pittsburg Wednesday on account of boils. Henry P. Brown, Sr., has been appointed town marshal, and offenders nitninst the law nud order of the town J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. will certainly he attended to. 23d, 1894. Reuben Wilburn, nged about SO, died at the home of his son, April 24th. Full corps of Corncrviuorjr and Normal Schoolteacher!. Superior course in Literature, Music and Mrs. Gilbert Miller died near Pittsburgh An. Ecellf nt boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. Monday night with At a special meeting of the town board Tuesday the new town marshal was instructed to enforce tho hog law, which has been dormant since last fall. There are at least 200 hogs loose in our - WEDDINGPRESENTS DANKS, : The : Jeweler. Show You The Goods, Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January pluro-pneumon- Jty. ,, , flfl .WILLIAMSBWcTWHrUEYCOUNTY. The regular meeting of the W. 0. T. U. will bo held at tho Academy homo next Saturday evening. ing. Miss Smito Snuffer entertained in honor of her birthday last Friday even- All tho coil miners have gone on a strike in the Jellleo district. There nro between 2,000 and 3.000 men now idle. Mr. G. A. Uenhaui waa in Louisville Kituritiiv niAkiiiir a final Hettlemeut with Maeslllon Bridge Co., for building the o junty bridges. Miss uarne Myers very delightfully entertained a few of hei friends last Thursday evening. Two negroes hao been captured and lodged in jail for robbing Steely & Patricks store last Tuesday night. They had an examining trial Monday before Judge Stlnflon nnd were held over. It is thought more are implicated. They were minora nnd lived at Central Jellico mine. Col. F. S. Horton has made another venture in tho newspaper line having consolidated his paper with Snook's Journal and is now ruuning under the Col. Horname of Bailing on flowery ton does notBeem to bo bods of eaao even in the republican Journal-Advocate. party. Our carrrlago factory seems to bo going to be a failure as Mr. W. R. Den ham has made a very unfavorable report of tho plant we expected to get which is now located at Carlisle, Fenn. We hoped re would succeed in securing thia business ftB we have many advantages hero for a factory of that kind. Messrs. J. P. Cunningham and H. E Fox, of Halsey, were in town Sunday. Elder J. K. Terry is holding a meet; ing t Manney Ohapel. L, D. Den-baand Walker Mason wero at Grays Station Monday taking depositions. Hiss Will Freeman has returned from Ashevllle, N. 0., where Bhe Mchas been forBeveral weeks. Win. McKinney 8tatIon to Kinney has gone to visit his old home. The young ladies of Johnson Hall entertained a tew of their friends last Friday evening. Mr. J. M. Sullivan la down with the rhaumatiam. m President McBride, of the United Mine Workers' Association, reports that 125,900 miners are on a strike. others. Agenta in The session c'osed, young Burr receivLincoln and Boyle. ed his honors and diploma, aud loft; My attention lias been called to the pi uislng to return, and take her for his following from Lexington in the Cincin- own, which promise he failed to observe. nati Commercial of the 21st, with a sug- Itisthosama old, old story. The Augestion that I should correct: "Major tumn came on, the leaves began to fall. Helvuti, teacher of, languages at the Winter approached and Catharine Bul- . ....V-loi.nu oouege, was siriCKon witu paralysis I.lock could no loiver e incual her shame, this morning, Major Helvetl is about Her poor heart broke. She (W years old and is said to be a German could not withstand the frown of her Baron, and was banished from his native ambition parent )io had loved her eo hind for taking part in tho revolution of fondly. A few month after the birth of ISIS, with Carl Schurz, Franz Sigel, Tur-- ' hor child: through God's mercv thov both He was major of n died and are buried in a lonelv nlaen chin aud others. Kentucky Confederate regiment in the near Princeton. late war. He ia known among educaSince the day of her death, the Btu tional men everywhere." Major F. M dents have kept a beaten path to her Helvuti was not a major of the Kentucky tomb and once every Spring they adorn Confederate regiment but was commis her grave with roses. sioned as major iu thu 1st Ky., ( Union Aaron Burr lies buried in !tho ceme Cavalry in September, was captur- - tery at Princeton; but his grave is never ed near Somerset, Ky., in December IStfl.J looked on with a loving pye. History afterward exchanged, was put on detach-- , speaks of him as tho "Despoiler of for-e- d service on court martinis, and then eign courts." The nun tried;for treason, on .mcUook's The Destrover of BlannerliPfuiHL'ii home. Hirven as nispeeior-uenerstaff Iu the army of tho Cumberland un- - "The one who took the lifejof the great ttl April, 1S01, when ho was ordered j Hamilton." Such is thelhistory in brief back to tho lat Kentucky Cavalry and 0f this gifted manjwho lived long enough was mustered out as lieutenant-colonto learn of the sad life ending of his of that regiment December 31st, IStfL beautiful daughter, Theodocia, who Whether Lt. Col. Helvetl was a German was lost at sen and whose leye nnd voice Baron or not I cannot tell, for though ho was the last to look uponJand comfort waa a genial gentleman, ho was reticent him in love. while among us of his European history. It has been mauy diys sim-the Rev. Wo understood, however, that ho had Sidney Mclloberta gave me this account served iu three different branches of the to rend, lt was a favorite but sad service before coming "to this mance for college boys to read 50 years country. B fore closing my writing on ngo and cannot fail to teach n good bov a the history of tho let Kentucky Cavalry, good lesson to day. "Haim'V Jack " I wrote two letters to him for the pur Tiiey Wast N.uim. -- Tho HuBsell Art poso of drawing from bun whatever he waa willing to dielo.,e of his European I'ublishiug Co , of Ol'SJArch Street, Phil life for a brief biographical (sketch, but ' ndelphln, desire tho namea and address he tailed to reply The colonel was a of a few people in every town who are line and was familiar with interebted in works of ait, nud to eecuro them they oiler to aend,"freo, "Cupid all kluds of military business. Guides tho Boat," n superbly executed Tho Major died yesterday at St. water color picture, eize 10Jx IS inches, hospital. En. suitable for framing, aud!10 other pictin Jcolors, to any ures about 8ino MIDDLEBURC, CASEY COUNTY. ono sending them at once the names and I). G. Klliott got on one of his address of 10 persons (admirers of fine drunks hero Saturday, and behaved very pictures) together (with six badly. stamps to cover exponco of mailing, etc. Owing to tho bad weather thero was Tho regular price of thesejpictures is f 1, no horse hIiovv hero Saturday. It baa but they can all be secured free by any been postponed indefinitely. person forwarding the names and stamps Teachers are already very active in promptly. looking after positions. Some teachers Note. The editor of this paper has are more active in securing schools than already received copies of above pictures nnd considers them really "Gema of they are iu teaching them. Art." - m Miss Mattie O. Durham went to Mt. Olive, Saturday. Messrs. Mc. D. Jones "You say you want to make a wlllV and Fred Ddlk went to' Stanford Wed said tho lawyer in surprise. "Yes, elr." nesday, the latter to go before the "But you told me juat now that you board of examiners for an increase of hadn't a dollar to leave, and that your relatives had all neglected you so that ponslon. James Bastin, aged about 50 yearn, you wouldn't do anything for them if died at bis home two miles above town you could." "That's juat it. I'm going on the 18th Inst, of consumption. He to make a will for revenge. I'll get 'em leavea a wife and several children to all tied up in a law suit that'll keep 'em mourn the loas of a husband and father. poor all the rest o' their lives." WashMr. J. II. Newell died on the 20th inat. ington Star. after a lingering illness of some three "That fellow Puipps comes here too months. Mrs. Newell was a member of much," said Susan's papa grim; "we'll Mt. Calvary church where her remains have to put a stop to'that you must ait were carried for interment. down on him." Now, Sue ia an obedient girl, respects parental powers; so T. A. Bradley will sell you a Cooley when young Phippa came around that creamer and buy your wool. Get sacks night, she sat on him two hours. at Farris & Hardin's store, Stanford, L. B. Seivers has Jbeen appointed Jobu Stodghill, Danville, and Gaines & postmaster at Waterloo, Pulaski county Gaines, Lancaster. l li iiaillilKlull null S Uull CUUJU will soon go to work .UUILCI, IUVV long. ami lllL'htfl wnri Woody Bros., singing school ers, gave a free entertainment at the Jackson Opera Houeo on Wednesday night, which was largely attended. They succeeded in getting 45 scholars at 2 New styles at lowest prices. Call and see. each. R C. Scobeo, sheriff of Clark county, brought Patton Whitley, colored, here Monday. He killed his wife at The best inside wall finish; cold water process. Kist Bernstadt about two years ago. PAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint, Carriage Paint, Stains, Jas. W. Moran took him to tho Staufoid jail Tuesday for safe keeping, nnd eayB and Varnishes. Closest prices for cash. he is the toughest cuptomer lie has had MEDICINES Prescriptions compounded with care from the best in his charge for many years drugs and chemicals. Give us a call. W. B. McRoberts. teachDANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. -- MeRoberts' Drug Store, WAUL. 8 FAF m M FOR (Advocate.) .. . Miss Mary Siielby entertained a number of friends at "Arcadia" last night in honor of her guests, the Misses Shelby, of Lexington. An excursion train will be run to BUY conti-ii'm- I ni ' el i i u ' drill-mast- er 'a siz-j- , two-ce- nt Cincinnati next Sunday morning. The round trip rate from Danville will be $1.7o, the train leaving hero at 0.10. Tho First and Second Preshyterinn ALSOcongregation communed together yesterday morning for the first time in 23 yeais. Dr. Young preached nnd Dr. Green administered the sacrament. The church waa filled with communicants. Ata meeting of the Danville Fair The best Garden Plow on the Market, from Association held Friday nfternoon it waB decided to hold an exhibition of three days only this year, to tako place the first week iu August, beginning Wednesday. Telpgrams were received here an nouncing ttie ueath of iSellio 'lilford, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. O. of Wichita, Kan. The deceased was only 17 years of age and fell a vicPrices lower than any one. tim to tvphoid fever. After n careful review of the field, it was found that the city contained 117 unmarried women over 25 years of age, and 70 widows. It was also discovered that thero are in town 30 bachelors over the See our Spring Stock of age of ;0. If every bachelor would tnke to himself a wife we would still have 131 oiigible women on the market. Tho jury iu tho suit agaiiiBt the Cincinnati Southern by Mrs. Bettie Vivion, of Carterbville, Ga., returned n verdict W. L. Withers, Salesman. awarding the lady fll.SOO damages. She was injured on the cars July 1st, 1S92, whi!o on her way to Lebanon, to visit relatives. She was preparing to leave the train when a sudden jerk, it is claimed, threw her down and seriously injured her. MAIN Simeon D. Moore, ono of tho oldest residents of Boylo county, died at his homo near Danville Saturday in his S2d You can save money by examining myjnew stock of goods and paying Cash for year. Four children Mrs. Mary E. B. Moore, S. A. Moore Hudson, Jobu Dry and W. B. Moore survive him. Mr. Moore was n member of the Cumberland Tinware, &c. You are invited to call. I will endeavor to deal fair Presbyterian church and died with the with you and will appreciate your patronage. My goods are all First Christian's hope of a peaceful rest Class Staple goods and will be sold at a the grnve. -- Brinley's Combination Plow and Harrow. W. H. HIGGINS. THE - "COLUMBIA," Til-for- d, WE ARE IN IT. Disc Harrows, Geo. W. Brown Cultivators, Corn Planters. Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, and Farming Implements. B. WBARE1T. I. NEW CASH STORE. ONEAST STREET. Goods, Groceries, Boots, shoes, Hardware, be-yo- ud Tho Alabama temperance people held a convention and decided to make Call and see me, a campaign of the State by can save money counties, in an ellort to have the next Legislature enact a local option law by will be requirwhich esch saloon-keeped to secure the names of a majority of the householders in his precinct to bis petition before be can sell. Howard Nolan, arrested at Van couver, Wash., for murder committed in Harlan, admits that he is the man wanted and that he killed Edward Pace Drug-Stor- e and John Selzer in 1891. He left Ken- The tucky then and joined the U. S. army. non-politicer SMALL PROFIT FOa CASH!. by trading with me. look through my stock and you will agreee that you J. C. FLORENCE. DRUGGIST. DR. S. G. HOCKER, Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your of all kinds, The government can only pay wages by taxation; that is by seizing the earnings of the industrious and distributing School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries Liquors for Medical Purposes. them among others less industrious. Taxation for any such purpose is robbery, it matters not whether it is done under a protective tariff, a bill granting bounties Call and see us. or by Coxey's bill's to build roadssimply to give employment to the idle. Louisville Poat. Drugs, School Supplies, DXt. S. The Best Goods for the Least Money, C HOCKIB, Th. Druggist rS i , f ... ' pV W-- ' K l. i) SL' r. i Judge Morrow decided that the old I Democratic) Convention (Jailed for June 5th votes in the U. 8. Senate am) I mnnnllmnn urn nnfltlw.1 A l NICMia8VWe 10 NOWUMIO 8 lEB in thn ofHca in I .. - nt Ihnm xUtmlntr In ln ilnmnorntin. j It w wu w v v vt(-dldate for Congress is taxing the pntience of tho people be Somerset. At a meeting of the democratic com the susbanks statement of March The April 27, 1894 yond endurance to continue tariff bill. 20 shows State there are 1G7 in Kentucky mittee of tho 8th Congressional district Stanford, Kv., pense with reference to tho that of Kentucky, held at Lawrenccburg The people, by a tremendous majority with a capital stock of $15,031.423 72; on tho 120th day of April, 1S94, pursuant and an unheard of vote in tho electoral surplus S5.507.O51.31; deposits W. P. WALTON. to notice, there wore present L. W. college, endorsed the democratic docAnd sec what a little of it will buy at the Louisville Store. Our Im- and cash of $5,431,029.83. Chain.. R. B Sweeney, G. A. StewTwenty-thre- e years ago Justice trine of a tnriir for revenue only, to meet art, B. F. Slavin, B. M. Arnett, W. S. mense Sale ou Clothing since our the requirements of an economically ad Lease, of Hastaln, Mo , whipped his son R. R. Gentry, J. W. Bales,' E ministered government, and thev will, and he ran awav. This week ho receiv McGuire, U. Guither, A. Pennington, J. O. Beckand ought to, drive from power those ed his first tidings from him, in a letter iaiDDA.3r. ham and J. J. Maraltay. who are striving to prevent a faithful that said ho was married and hud severIt was ordered that a district convenevery pledge mado by tho al children. fulfillment tion bo held at Nicholasville, June 5th, DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. democrats in convention assembled at Hon. Albert B. Stephens, of Floyd at 1 p Arrived forces us to replenish weekly. A new lot of Men's and Iioy's M., for tho purpose of nominating Chicago. county, has announced his candidacy for a democratic For County WALKER GIVENS candidate for Congress in Suits are just in and vc have bought them so vc can sell at unheard " " G. H. COOPER Clerk. democratic nomination for Congress said district. Mi83 Jane Redman, a maiden upon the It was further ordered of low prices. Remember we have the agency for the " Attorney J. H. PAXTON in the 10th district against Kendall and that a convention e ' be held at tho " Sheriff. T.D. NEWDAND whoso head tho suns of over 50 summers Congressman Llslo aud others. " " .. E. D KENNEDY Ind shone, was bo opposed to permitting Aueuor. In each county in the district at ' Florence! Blythe, tho illegitimate 2 p. m , Saturday, May ' G. W DEIIORD Jailer tho horrid men to see her in her night "(, to appoint deldaughter of Thomas H. Blythe, of Cali- egates to said clothes, that when her brother's house at district convention. It The Winchester Democrat publishes a Wheeling, W. Va., burned the other fornia, will get all of his many millions, was further ordered that each county is letter from Col. Breckinridge to Unpt. B. night, she refused to flee until she had tne supreme court having decided in her entitled to one vote in said convention Merchant Tailoring Establishment in America. A. Tracy, an old friend and army com- made her toilet. With plenty of time to favor, against 100 other claimants. for each 200 votes cast therein for tho United States Marshal The wife of rade, in which ho says that he does seek escape, she thought only of how she democratic electors for president at the a vindication of himself by a re election would look, and while alio was applying Turner, of Georgia, crazed by throats of November election, IS'JJ, and one vote to Congress, nor does he ask his people the powder and the rouge, the roof fell White Caps against her husband and her for each fraction over 100 votes. to approve or condone bis sin, which be in and she was suflocated. Modesty and family, wandered into the woods and Ordered that a copy of these proceedhas nnder oath, in the presence of God, a decent regard for the appearances are died a raving maniac soon after being ings be furnished tho Courier-JournWe are better fixed than we. ever were to fit you in any thing in the condemned him as no one else could. to be commended but Miss Jane realized found. and the democratic papers of this ConNicholasvllle a negro mob at gressional At Shoe Line at Lower Figures than ever before offered in Stanford. He does not attempt to defend it in any too late that both can be carried to exdistrict for publication. tempted to lynch a negro woman, her way, nor resort to the low plea that oth- tremes. son and her paramour for murdering the farTandtradTitems. ers are equally guilty. The people know While the republicans are rolling up woman's husband. The jail is heavily his weaknesses and they know his virIowa has 20 mile tracks. in guarded by armed officials to protect the tues and capabilities, and they must de- majorities in democratic strong-holdCorn is selling at $2.75 at the mill it is pleas- prisoner. cide if his services bave not been faith- this off year of our Lord,-189here. ant to note that the democrats of "Sweet John Myers and six other Louisful and whether or not they can afford John Anderson sold to John John- In town, consisting of India Linen, Nainsook Checks, Irish Lawns, to retire him. In any event, his career Owen," that Kentucky Paradise of Dem ville convicts, whose terms aggregated son, of Boyle, a small bunch of heifers Indian Dimity, Pacific Jaconets, Algcrianc Stripes, &c. All of which is not ended. There's plenty of work ocrats, have surrendered no jot or tittle CI years, secured duplicate keys and at $10. will positively be sold lor less than you can buy them elsewhere. In guards and escape from for God and his country and he intends of the faith that is in them and stand were to kill the Blanch Louise, 2:10, Paul, 2:09 J nnd to do a man's work every day for years ready to present a solid front to the ene the Frankfort penitentiary but their Guinette, 2:10, all pacers, are now owned Dress Goods, we have them to suit the purse of the poorest and the to come. "The suit has not impaired my. At the primary election lost batar-d- plans werejdiscovered in time. taste of the most fastidious. Now a word or two about 1U DOBlOn. over 3,500 marched up to the polls The republican primary in Pulaski my domestic relations," says he, "it has The Lexington running races will be not impaired my intellectual or physical and voted and it wasn't a good day for resulted as follows: county judge, Wm. started this year by Col. W. R. Letcher, Catron, sheriff, Wm. Cooper, jailer, A. J. of Richmond. capacities; it has not destroyed tny voting either. Catron, assessor, R. Shadoan, coroner, friendships; and while the storm of tl e Statistics Bhow that there are fewer The 330th anniversary of the birth o L. D. S. Patton, surveyor, W. R. Burdine, pnblic press is still pitylees, I have hap William Shakespeare was celebrated at county clerk, N. L. Barnett, attorney, W. horses in America now than there were py days to come in my life and work lo two years ago. For men and boys. Men's Shirts, we have them in Embroidered Chicago, by the unveiling of a $10,000 S. Hail. The vote was very light. do, and I manage to find something that William Hunn bought in Casey and fronts, shield, plain and fancy P. P. statue of him in Lincoln Park. The peoand puff bosoms. Negliges in This is likely a lie. A young man will be worthy of my capacities; and if ple ther6 do not Beem to take any stock serving his term in the Massachusetts Adair counties a bunch of nice any pattern. Neckwear in profusion. the good people of that district think it Hosiery all shades and qualicattle at 2c to 2c. tho Views of the Baconian theorists penitentiary lor forgery refused a pardon is to their interests to turn me out of in ty. A shirt, knee pants and straw hat, a summer outfit for that bareTho manufacture of beet sugar in Shakesbecause the law's penalty should be en- this country increased from public lifo, I shall not whine, nor utter that Shakespeare didn't write 00,000 lbs. footed, rascally boy of your all for 50c. Bard of peare, but that the Our stock of Spring Clothforced. He works outaide of the hours a complaint, but shall be grateful to tl e Avon was an ignorant kind of acues, who required of him, and sends whatever in 1SS7 to 43,0JS,7S7 pounds in 1S93. ing is still increasing and wc are the leaders in assortment, quality friends who stand by me, thankful for Ed DeCernea, of New York, bought inak'e his X mark for his own and price. Don't fail to get the benefit of this week's bargains. money ho earns to tho one who lost bv that great the kind words they have uttered, and had to team, Mnhala 2:19, and Sea his crime. will try to do something that will justify name. Girl 2:1S1, for about $11,000 for the two. Hogan's army of tramps broke into their confidence in me." When the old The editor of the Frankfort Capita' A. C. Barrow bought the George silver tongued goes before his people says he will vote for the blackest negro a round house at Butte, Montana, stolo Snyder farm of 430 acres near Winchesand in his matchless way places tho in tho district over Col. Breckinridge. an engine, attached it to a train and went ter at $95. It sold several years ago at whole matter squarely before them, it is "It is altogether as a man was raised," as east regardless of orders. It was cap- $110. going to be mighty hard for them to go a candidate said to a man in this county tured at Forsythe by the U. 8. troops The entries to Harrodshurg trots back on him, nnd we feel safe in pre- once who mado a similar remark about At Billings the army repulsed, the U. S. close May 1st. Five dollars nominates. dicting that he will be marshals sent to take them and pushed Write to T. M. Cardwell, secretary, for another candidate. even against the present feeling that be on only to be run against troops ordered A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor The State Democratic Executive Com- out by tho president. Frye'sarmy stole entry blanks. should not be longer honored. I have on hand a 15J hand mule mittee has elected Field McLeod, of a train and rode from Terro Haute to T. D. RANEY,; Manager. jack for service which will tako tho place The Indiana republicans went through Woodford, to succeod Col. E. Polk John- Brazil, Ind. of the jack, John S. Wells, recently sold. the form this week of nominating a tick- son as member of the 7th district comThe fourth annual reunion of the et for State offices and adopting a plat- mittee. It is thought that he favors United Confederate Veterans' Associa-wa- s E P. Woods. Springland, M. D. Richardson's gray form that denounces everything the Owens for Congress. begun Wednesday in Birmingham. colt by Longfellow Aconite, has been democrats hpve dono or will do. It con Ans tho Catlettaburg Democrat and It iB estimated that 15,000 heavily backed for tho American Derby. polidemns the tariff bill, the Hawaiian The moat im- Ho is also eligible are in attendance. for the Kentucky Dercy, the reckless and extravagant admin- Shelby News edited by the same man ? portant matter considered was a report istration, the outrageous bargain and A number of the "editorials" in each recommending a general plan for getting by. 1&S&3 William Moreland has bought in the sale of Federal patronage by Cleveland, this week are verbatim et literatim, et reliable data for an impartial history of last week in this and Boyle counties &c. Several references in the platform spelleratim et punctuatim. the war and urging that the Legislatures about 300 hogs at 4jc to 4.00. He sold a point to Secretary Gresham, who most of the Southern States be petitioned to portion of NEWSY NOTES. ;ii keceiving His them in Cincinnati at 5c to republicans think sold his birthright for have adopted in the State schools such 5.20. Frank Hatton, the Washington eda messof pottage. The party will make histories as shall be indorsed by the asThe guaranteed purses of tho Hargeneral, was a strong fight in the State, relying on itor and sociation. At night the tableaux of rodshurg Fair cover nearly all classes of stricken with paralysis Tuesday. democratic discontent for Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give mc call. States were successfully given by the trotters and pacers. Only $5 to noini Tho next annual conclave of the in the management of its affairs. Southern beauties selected for the oc- nato. Entries close May 1st. Grand Cotnmandery, Knights Templar, Write to Attorney Stoll says Judge Wilson will bo held at Paducah, May 10 and 17. casion Miss Eleanor Graves represent- T. M. Cardwell, Sec'y. Kentucky and Miss Clark, Virginia. has not answered his fiery letter and he Liberal premiums given to saddle It is now said that 227 persons were ed begins to think be does not intend to killed by the recent earthquake stallions, mares and geldings at the Har in ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. MT. VERNON, "take his seat to write him a few lines." Greece, 130 having perished at Malesina rodshurg Fair, June 27, 2S.29. Write for Of course not. Judge Wilson could not alone. The 6tave and saw mills are having full particulars and entry blanks to T It is again reported that a contract a good run. afford to dignify every littlo whipper M. Cardwell, Sec'y, Harrodshurg One of tho trees cut hero last week snapper, who chooses to abuse him, with has been let for the building of GO miles Colorudo has 3,000,000 acres under a notice, and no one was better aware of railroad to reach the coal fields of Pike was 311 years old. artificial irrigation. Tho farm products ATA poplar tree on tho Gentry place exceed $12,000,000 a year. There are of that than Mr. Stoll. His boss pistols county. Miss Jane Redman lost her life in a near town will make 15,000 feet of lum- 500,000 cattle, 2,000,000 fcheep. were only fired off for the benefit of the The coal gallery gods, not to strike anybody, who burning building at Wheeling Tuesday ber. Holds cover 40,000 Bquaro miles. The Mr. M. P. Nowcomb has begun tho supplies of while preparing her toilet preparatory to would resent it. marble, granite and other escaping. erection of hiB dwelling in White's Ad- building stone are inexhaustible. The Indiana Supreme Court has refusThe Times says a Scott county wo- dition. May wheat sold ut 57c, the lowest Brown's Cultivators and all Farm Implements at prices to ed the liquor dealer's application to re- man who stuck a piece of glass in her suit the Irish potatoes are bringing big pri- price ever recorded on the Chicago Board hard times. open the question of the recent decis- hand 3o years ago, has just extracted it ces. It is strange that tho people don't of Trade, Tut Eday. The .day'a transacion that rum saloons are nnieances, and near her elbow. raise rnoro of this valuable food. tion on the board made fortunes for a that property owners can recover from The horses in a funeral porcesion at Bill Nowcomb, charged with tho number of dealers, Pardridge's profits on them damages for tho injury of their Decatur, Ind., ran off and 11 people were murder of Mrs. Burks, came in Sunday the deal being at $250,000 and property, so the matter is settled so far piled in the road. One was killed and night and surrendered to the J3iler. those of S E, Rosecrana at $100,000. as Indiana is concerned. The decision is three injured, The brass band, who are getting The New Harrodshurg Fair, besides the blackest eye the saloon has gotten in r, An along very nicely, will shortly engage itb guaranteed purses to trotters and son of Amos many a day, and will practically drive of Mason county, while playing with Prof. Chrisman, of London, as teacher. pacers, will open a stake for Baddlo mares them irom the etate, it people who are anuoacciuentiy Buotanu Kiuou uls sisOne of the Star Route mail pouches and geldings of any age, to close June injured by there proximity enforce their ter, two years hia junior. brought in a bundle of skunk hides to 1st. when it takes $5 to nominate and rights. Gov. Flower, of New York, has ve- this place last week. Our postmaster $2.50 to start, payable the evening before. toed a bill allowing sons of veterans to sent them back. of stake guaranteed Amount $150. The president has violated a plank of carry arms in parade, but exempting At last Fall's election 220 votes were Write for entry blanks to T. M. Cardwell, platform upon which he was elected the them from milifia Borvice. cast by all parties in this precinct. At Becretary, Harrodsbnrg, Ky. by appointing O. II. Brooks, of Mt. SterA. It. Sutton, the Louisville forger, the late republican primary 22G votea --The Kentucky Weather Bureau reling, this State, to be attorney for the who got several hundred thousand dol Bhowed up and by the same 220 was one ports that wheat is in good condition; territory of Oklahoma. The democracy was tried this week. The jury of tho candidates for judge defeated. oata and cloyer are almost a failure, garis 'for home rule and the president lars, hung, 11 to 1 for conviction. Old John Brown! Every ono waB den stuff will bo very late this season, to the pledge that should have adherred A glass factory in Liverpool has glass pleased to hear from him through your owing to the replanting being retarded Every thing you can think of in the Fine Chinaware line. Call and officials appointed to administer the the doors, glass shingles on tho roof and a lo9t issue. A warm reception awaita the by rain, and potatoes are rotting in the government of any territory, together examine and get prices. glass smokestack, 105 feet high, built of old man whon ho returnB to his native ground. The damage to fruit lies been with the District of Columbia and Alas- glass bricks one foot square. hills and may tho day not be very far greatly over estimated. Many of the ka, Bhould be bona fide residents thereJesse Seligman, tho millionaire off for his coming. 1 g trees, particularly apple trees, aro putof. banker of New York and London, died A few days since, while cutting tim- ting forth a new bloom, and there is a Stanford, Ky. The Lexington Leader says it is about at the Hotel Del Coronado, California, of ber near this place, Joe Warren found fair prospect for a crop especially of tho in a large tree fivo feet from the later varieties. Tho prospect for straw settled that A. It. Burnam, of Richmond, pneumonia and Bright's diseaso. MacEvans, a clothing merchant at Btump, an auger hole containing a hick- berries, cherries and pears have also imwill make the race on the republican Wavorly, Ky., caught in tho act of steal ory plug and u lock of woman'e hair. proved during the week. Tobacco plants ticket against Gov. McCreary for Congress. If this be true it proves that Brer. ing, attempted to escape. Ho was fired The auger hole had beeu overgrown by are in a very unfavorable condition. growth of wood, aud it must h a Burnam has more courage than discre- upon by an officer and will dip. Lawyer Bragg and Dr. Naftel killod have been made GO yeare ago by some The blacksmithing departmeut of tion, which ia the better part of valor. purpose of the Cincinnati Southern at Chattanooga He ought to know bis townsman r ctter each other at Montgomery, Ala., the superstitious person for the was burned by an incendiary, than to think be can hnv6 a ghost of a other day because one obstructed ' the curing an aching tooth. e other's view at a political speaking. Mrs. Cleo Brown, Mrs. M. C. WilA in Ohio was brought chance with him in the ring. "Bury me deep and have a big crowd liams and Miss Nannie Kennedy are vis- to a close by tho killing of two and tho at my fuueral" wrote Austin Lynn, a iting in Louisville. Mr. J. O. Hocker, of wounding of six of tho debaters, tho Mr. L. D. Sampson, late of the News, and later of tho Louis- brakeman of Newark, O., just before he Junction City, is with frienda hero. Mr. Bchoolmarm herself playing a hand and : ville Post, has announced his caudidacy swallowed an ounce of carbolic acid. E. M. Denny and family left for their a half in the argumentation. : Tho Slasher-Lloy- d Near Maysville a littlo boy and girl, mill at Louisville homo in Ash Groye, Mo., yesterday. for railroad commissioner. He is a republican and consequently stands no show- was stopped by tho referee in tho 43d Hugh Miller aud Samuel Myers went to children of Amos Boler, were playing ing, but if be would make aa good u round. Lloyd had Jack Mollet's protego Garrard yesterday. Dr. E. J. Brown has with a rifle, when gun was discharged, commissioner as be does a journalist, all but out in the 2 1th round, but SluBher returned from Philadelphia, where he Bending a bullet through the forehead of broke bis hand. the girl, killing her instantly. attended tho Medical University. .the State would be tho winner. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal With SO vw-a-- a w -- , w mm COME ON WITH YOUR CASE ! $23,504,-027.9- 7. Mo-Keo- , 6 OR 8 PAGES. BVEBY SPRING - STOCK court-houe- . Largest and Cheapest al s 4, Nieest Assortment Furnishing Goods aj LOUISVILLE : STORE, STANFORD, KIT., SPRINGLAND SUMMER GOODS. THE STITDEBAKER -- WAGONS, 1.- REDUCED PRICES. J. K. VANARSDALE, eight-year-o- ld Bo-le- GLASSWARE, QUEENS WARE, CHAMBER SETS DINNEE SETS, &c. PARRIS & HARDIN. - four-inc- IMaporStotfes Havejjot Them. school-debat- Bar-bourvi- lle We W. H. WEAREN & CO. x. Semi-Week- ly Interior Jouknal Anw, 27, 1891 LOO-I- O N. S. II. 11. 917, Den-mark. NSBOTH 10016. Standard Rule Will remain In 6. FOH 5HEEP TICKS. ftaA nritla '" I Kiwiipnn Ftiul.tnti nn 1Sm. is T 11.. ' Clirlstlnn. Stanford, Kv., W. P. WALTON. Shelby Stonewall Jnckaon, Jr , 'Harris'), by Slonewail Jackson 7a, by Waihingtou Dtnmark 61.1 Record a:ioV(. Logic's nt dam by King William 67. (Blind training, Uilly) by Washington Denmark, by Mack and dam by Millcr't Denmark, by Denmark, by Imp. Hedgeford 3d dam by Onttnt'a Telegraph, by Telegraph, by Hill'a lUack Hawk, by Sherman. th dam by Tiller's Drcimoti, by Ilrlnker'i Drennon, by Davy Crockett. lh dam by Oliver, thoroughbred. Lotfic laa very substantial horse, beautlfnt red orci with line mane and tall, which he carries as near to perfection aa a hnro can. HmafiDC Hipoiltion, drives nicely, and for his handling hen a fine actor, Rack, Trot, Walk, Canter ami Slow Ptce, You can are from hit pedigree that he Is a very high bred raddle hore, and one that will sire fanry high tailed saddlers. Logic will make the season at my larm. lour miles from Danville, on the Danville and Stanford turnpike at 1 the stud till June 1st, and then g. In A, L. Hutcblng's hands for Latitude, 3:194 and 7 or 8 others in the lUt. son of Hambletonian ind sire ol Etiine, s:ie, by Messenger Duroc the ilam of Nnrlaine, j catling record 3:31)4. 1 dam Hess Mister to lames Howell, Jr., by Hamhletontn 10, sire of Dexter by Harry Clay 43, lire ofthe dams of St. Julian, IloJine 3 dam Jessie Sayre ; and la more that have produced 7:30 trotters; also sire of the dam ol Electioneer, a re of 111 In the 1:30 Int. "" tiy Liberty, son of Lance, by American Fclipte. 4 dan Wulalngham aiti, sire of Naboth, is one of the youngest sons of George Wilkes 319, record alia, who sired Harry Wilkes, .!jVS Ouy Wilkes, Mie Wilkes, 3:13, Wilcox, a:ii, and 6s others in 1,30 list; also 41 producing sons atid 19 producing daughters. Notk N'aboth is a bay horse, 16 hands high, foaled June a3, iS33. His poligree contains the blood of Hambletonian, George Wilkes, Mambrlno Chief, Pilot, Jr , and Harry Clay. dam Slrodby Walslngham 2100, She of Tinsel '. i, a:ti, a:i7. atij, ,'; 'I3, At S25 to Insuro a Living Colt. My two fine Saddle Stallions, SIO TO INSURE A COLT 4 WEEKS OLD, of service. A lien lelaintd on colts until payment STAR DENMARK and WILLIAM; L. Will also make the prrstnt season of elegantly bred and sure loal getters 1891 I morgan DenmarK. Morgan Denmark Ii i bay million, ij'j hands high. Hi) Itiplclidldlrbrcd at a stance at hit pedigrre will ihow lie oil! make ilia icaton of Danville A Lancaster lJ4 l tny liable on the Hubble, pike, iK mllet North of lie is standing to suit the hard times. See blm before you breed. Pasture at per month. (Wain ltd at reasonable ratei, which must bo paid before mares aic taken away. A. E HUNDLEY, Danville,'' Ky. at the low price ol will alto stand SIO n Inturo a Living Colt. Tloth are Two Flue Jacks nt $8 to Insure. Stable two miles South ct Hustonville on Moreland .V Six lively sheep ticks will mako tho cxistenco of n lamb miserable, mid a dozen will ruin all hopo of profit in Ininb feeding, however goiiorous tho ration. From careful observation I am Buro that fiheep ticks annually cauo moro loss to American flock ownors than all other sheep parasites combined. Ah soon m tho flock is tho ticks go from sheep to laiulu, and thereafter tho poor things havo to fight for existence I was ouco offered n bunch of lambs very cheaply which tho owner said wero all "rundown." A careful examination natisflod mo that their only troublo was "ticks." This wai lato in tho fall, and after buying them I had them nt ouco sliorn. On 0110 lamb wero found over 1,000 ticks. After their fleeces wero off tho lambs averaged less than 28 pouuds tach. I treated them for ticks, fed through till hpring and sold them with an avcrago weight of 82 pounds, niuk-in- g more clear profit ix.t head on them thnn uion any sheep or lambs fed beforo or piuco. Wo may tell flock owners to dip in 1 a. 3 :M. -:- taaKivSaaaflalflaJk fafSldaalBewW .aMaWWaUalalaaHBa&SfetsV wrMax7jBaBiMflaHC33l The Kclegantly bred Trotting Stallion, - Onward SIRED Messenger. Standard Ilred by Charles Dunn. I1V ONWARD CHIEF 4493. Ily OnwarJ 1411, record a sire of 49 in the a'30 list, also 17 producing sons and 16 producdaughters. ing itt dim Lady Messenger, by Hutch nson'sCbicf j, Carpenter's Station pike. :rr Huitonvllle, Ky Breeze 1 : Wilkes, J. K. BATJGHMAN, this, that or tho other preparation, many and dam F.llza Jane, the dam of Maud Messenger. 3 Merit 2 37, by Gentle Breeze 3456, sire of Pearl, a 30. Ac 3rd dam Kitty Rivers, dam of llertie Girl, 337, by Abdallah is, sire of Almont, ilelmont &c 4t dam by Red Jacket, sire of Ihe dxrti of Kentucky Wilkes i 3i,. Madion Wilkes a a8U and erandam of lied Wilkes, So bo, a 17M, Lizzie Wilkes, 31, ftc Day horse, heavy mane and tail, with size, style and hmsh, and representing some of the best trotting families In the whole country. Should make a great stock horse. Will make a hort season at our stable a miles west of Stanfor 1, at 1 7420. 6, STANDARD. Sired by I'etoikey jfijj, sire nl Jiwel a 15, King Totka a ft, Dora Martin 19. Tip Top a 19, Mary Ton s 4 and six others in a 30 Hit. alto sire ol two torn and two daughter ihat have produced standard ipevd. . . S'l.., .tan. n.. fan. .1 . .. VI. ...I If J t'K. and Mcnt jj;) by (Itntlo Ilreere 1458 sire ol I'carl yt. Second dam Kitty Rivers (dam of Ilar'ie Olr a 37 by Abda'lah a is.tira of Alm.int, Ilelmont.A'C third dam y lied Jacket (sire ol ihe drm o Red WiUei) by Cornel, ton ol Sherman Morgan llretre W Ikca will mike t" iraion nf1R.11 a my place, s! miles from Stan fold on the Ruth urancu pine, -1 At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Care taken to prevent accidents but not thoulil any occur. Morgan Denmark m foaled In !$;. On Time, ton ol Stonewall Jackton. lit dy" Morgan, by Stonewall Jackton, and irgWIut. 31J dam by Matchless, 4th lesponsl-b- l George Dictator STANTAHD. Itlack Sullion; Koaled in 386-2- . Morgan Denmark Ii one o' the best bred aadd.e stallloons in Kentucky. Has good mane and tail and good, long;, rangy neck. Doa'l (ail to ice Mm. 8. Dl'NIIAR, Hubble Ky The all gait Saddle Slallitmi, Trantby. He It by dam, Ladam by dam by lSs; 13W Hands High. Sired by tho Croat I Dictator 113. by Almont 33, record by Norman 15 J:j-j!. a ,3 data Alice dam..... dam George Dictator wilt make the leitouot i6;i at SIO Young Twyman mare. 10 Insure a L.ving Co't or (3 the Seatou. At $10 to In3uro a Liing Colt. Ray stallion, nearly 16 ZLjIE! handi high; foaled WALLACE DENMABZ 55, AMI I.ien retained on celt until season money is (aid Any breeder parting with mare forfeit! Insurance. is CHAKI.F.J DUNN. i'6; bred by George F, Keeue, Shelbyvllle, Ky. Slrod by Mambrlno Lo Crand, Son of Washington Don uexel. j' 262. near mark. at my lariu milet west ol Hustouvll.c, Carpenter's Station The aboe named stallions w.ll male the tcatou English : Hunter. Tamis s Combined, Hay Stallioa, 16 hands high llv Abdallsh MnieDger. Kirst dam the V'm i.utk saddle mare, she by Goei all the gaitt to perfetltan and without any iienny-f .rocniii,M)ii 01 Meiengrr, iirennon.br imp tbree-- q Dicnnon training Irntt under a.40 Flllccn and Abdallah lire of Kngliah laiienhanli high Humor, it Iw Mettcogcr Chief, lire of Maud Me. II y Sxmjjter Denmark, Jr ; he br Goddard'a sengrr s I ft) J Denmark, he by (Junta A Cromwell's Detunail, I will iImikI Krcllih Hunter the wann ol 1S41 ha by the race bone Denmark, ho by Imp HvdgV at my stable 1 miles from Shelby City, 01 tbi lorn Knob Lick and Tuinerivtllc pike, 1 dam ..Kannlo Wallaic No. br StrW.lljce, ne oy iiMouniera air n aiin t, n by Sir Albert (lhoruglibrc4.J to a Colt. a .by virginlui Idam of vlrglniu ly I ran-b(therugharedj he by Miixa'i Whip, (Iharmigbbrnl.) Money doe when cell Is foaled or mare psrtrJ a v nip Mar 3 osm with 1 will alsj stand the excellent youngjick, 1 tla-Macs' S Ik s dam 3 dam Same as above. by Yellow Jacket, .by Drennon. by Highlander. $3 a great taddle horse. Wallaco Donmark D5. Will alto stand one good JACK at to Insure a Living Cell. M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky j, ilin. y, At $8 Insure Living $10 tho IiiBiiranoo. , penn-aiSlatren 55; ate ptdigieeol Wallace uenmart t. by Vierlte. by 1 dam Mac t. indr.leb Woods muck Hawk, he kr Md Illack Hawk. VMelle'a lit 'lam br Whip, l ilam m.i i iger tl dam liaiuttn, Vmilri'i In tam br Mamhnea Chief 11. d Jm by Old Hay Messenger, jd daoi br Caneon'a hip 1 dan, in: .lull Walaee. by Sir Waia:e L I... r Todhunltr's Sir Wallace, fc Uf Sir i Albeit, Whip, 3 dim ...by Vtrgmlut, he by MateVs f I herotiebbreil Whip Mate. 4 (ihore-ugabfcti.- I.excl 262. handa high. Ily Wallace Governor St. JontJ. 1 (Sa1 " 4 m, ap' f.aaaaaaaaBBsV tBaBBaBaBam Four eara old. 1' hinds 1 inches hlch. black with whilu pinli, hear bone, good style andcu-tr- a length. Sued by Gov Ktcne Oo Si John's ill cum roily w ixidi, by Tullcy s Wairior; her dam an lin The above nmly bred )mini lack, whote blood line traces twice ta the Kical Warri.r lamily and tlio notes Itlack Hawk, the grettc.t of the Wairiar family with an Inluilon of freth imported WimmI dote up, bat proved a crra. breeder, both to inaret and te jeunct, wilt atand aWBaV aBVBBBBBBBBBVBBBBBBBBBBBaT aVTST aBWTjBBBBBVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBBBBW tfWSX,. aaBBBatl Jf-T- f' - f . ,gSftl aVaVaBBBBBBVpaBBBBBBBHaaBBBBBBBBB 5J uiin,i 1 At $8 to Insure a Living Colt, TailirirBV.il SIO tlio Inuuranco. committed to my cara and breeding will rtcelte my peraenal attention. Grasi furnished at reaionable ratea lobe paid before removal ef HikI. No responsibility fer accident or eicaaot. Part-lo- g with aleck ferfelta iusuraticc. J. STKKt.K CARPENTER, Hustor.vttle, Ky diitlacltan at m.r.l. t mil f .. frtl lAfiti.il. .lit.rtl ses ef progeny II. V. POWELL. BVaiBEaaXnBBP"Bn9BivBaBBeBBlSBk fSlock Dillard ol : Denmark. -- This finely bred Million will mako the season W at Cook's bpilngi, 4) miles Kan o( btaa-fui- d B1GLB : BIRD. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Monet due when colt is foaled, mare parted with or bred 10 another horse. Lkn rctaiued on all colli until aeaaon Is paid CJrati furntthed mares at $t.jo per tnciilh. Will not be rctpontlblc for accidents, should any oc- - This space belongs to- - Owner of Dillard Denmark was sire I ! Double by Momrott 106, the i;reateit site ol high dais saddle hartes living. Montrose won over mott eviryihlri; latt teason :Dillard wai ihown at Danv lie vthen a rid and won second money. He hat been bandied very little but w ill be put in training after a sbcrt scaton and thou Firtt dam by Wathlt'gtrn Denmark; Second dam by lubu DllUrd ; Won Fourth Money In $io Stakeilat Stanford. Third dam by Gray Fsgln lliornur hbred. Double Denmark by Wathlngton Denmark; jd Won the Jioa Coiuolatloti I'uricat DanTille dam by Shropthire'i Tom Hal Dillard Denmaik it a beautilut dark sorrel, 16 Eagle Hird is a beautiful brawn with imalt itar, And others, lianda hifc'h He haiprnten htmioll a breeder ol stands over if hands hljh, hat lUiwing taanc and large, handsome movers. This is a lino bone if he had 00 pedigne; but we do nut hesitate heavy tall. ; to tay that licit one ol if not the bet bred Eagle lllrd was tired by the gieat King Eagle, taddle huriet in Ihe oumry MiKllc ai.d combined hones handled at reaiona- winner nf mare than 40 lllue lies bl rates. J.K.COOK. Einit dam by Star Eagle, ion sf Cabbell'i Lee Rnwlaml, Ky. lrc;ton; nd dam by Hamlet Denmark, aon of Washington Denmark; 3rd da-- by Harris' Den Will make tho season of 1894 at W. W Hays' mark, ton of Miller's Denmark. 14 miles Weil nl Sun ford 011 tho Stanford .V HusDonmark Chief will maki the present season at : tonville pike, at the race track, at Eaglo Ulrd will stand tho ttvison of iSjj , at my larm two miles Weil of Stanford, on the Shelby City pike, 3512. Detcriptlon and Pedigree. Silver Tip is a beau- He it a nice bay, 13 hands 3,i inches high, five tvhll ttlul ?.. ears nut been will Thu fine Hackney to a Colt. son ol 1891 at my firm Sullinn Crab male the sea- and tail, i$h uilli Kinil atil.lfoaled Miy fin m.n jtraiued.old.HoHe saddles well, but has No. isito, iSS3 is by Hutchiuton Chiet, bands high, Jlh, on thu Orchard pike, lea Irom Stanford, known as the John M. As a breeder he is not tuip.itjed in the State. We by Messenger Chief. Hutchinson Chiefs first three sold a )iarliug colt ol his get to 8 Mays, of Casey, dam by Sentinel; ad dam by Alexander's AbdalMoney or caih note will be required when the fact Hail farm, and will so.ve marcs Messenger Chief by wcniiernrriiiiu man 111 tay ne lah; 3a dam by Red Jacket; Mambrlnu Menenger, nl.itpil ullh till rult A.M.hjiurtinr.i. tin Abdallah ua, by Is ascertained. At $15 to a Colt. It at nnl as there is In the Slate. He was shown id dam byPilot; itt damChid, 3d dam by Imp, Nagood Mambrlno Eagle llird is one ol the grandest show horses in in ine 1300.tweept1.ikH iing at winvine wun is poleon. Denmark Chiefs nt dam was sired by Sumpter Money due when the fact is ascertained or mare contestants, which wai pronounced to be the best Kentucky. Monte Crlsto, his uncle, is the only paneil swtn. Denmark, he by Godd-ird'ever shown in Ky , and lin wore the third tie. Denmark, he by Silver Tip was sired by Silver King, ho by On Gaines & Cromwell' Denmark, he by the race fine individual and Connaught J horx shown In the lllue Grass Circuit, that he did Time, he by Stonewall lackson. Kirtt dam by horse Denmark, he by the Imp, Hedgeford. His the finest action of any horse in thecoun .li.ililla ... not defeat. He could be relied upon to make a try. The Hackney it noted tne country over for il ,uiiniii. hu nil... ain. ft Wdrvnav Cd.Aml ed dam wasby On Tin e, yl dam by Red Lion. hjv wi.fc. Silver King's..n.ib.. was Mol Mnres parted with forfeits the Insurance dam gallant snow whenever called upon and always stylo, aciiou and endurance. They have been bred dam by lied Lion. oy uauncu s m ounce, siren Will make the season three tnllct front Crab lis i.exingion, son 01 lor tnete i(ualilies for over too years. finished as game at a race horse, although some Connaiunt d was bred by Jarnoi Csker, of lllood's Illack Hawk Second dam by Young Orchard, on the Crab Orcha'd and Stanlord pike. America, son of layinrs .Mersetiger skedaddles Ileetlvy Hall, East Dereham, Noriolk. SAMUEL COCHRAN, ol tho "knowing ones' pronounced him no good. br Victor of lleeiley 183;; dam llonnle Wat sired first dam by Mcdoc, and dam by Trumpeter, 3rd by 1013 Crab Orchard, Ky llighilyer 1006. He waa imported by A H rhomp-lo- dam by Aratus. As a breeder of fine, high styled, good colored Mares bred 10 this horse will be kept at reasonof Crawfordivillp. Indiana, June 3, 1S93 colts, he is not surpaitcd byjany hone In KenTkstimoniau Wo think the Hackney crosierf able rates. Care taken to prevent accidenta and with Kentucky marcs wilt make (,'ikJ seller and escapes but not responsible should Rny occur. tucky, Money due when colt it loaled or mare parted good horses for the EasUrn market. Mares from a distance will bo furnished grass I.KtTiioiiA, Lexington; HEAZLEYIIROS & HAYS. with. D PkNULETON, Norlulk, Va. K. Stanford, Ky REGISTERED. ii.ju I alter May lit at $1.50 per month, and must be paid Cult and ice this excellent sullion. at the removal of maita. Care taken to prevent COUNTY HORSE CO , LINCOLN BY L. R. RUE W St. RUE. By A. F. MoniKbv, Stanford, Ky. accidents and escapes, but not responsible should Dam by old Stone nil JacVsitn. any occur. PARK, DANVILLE. This fancy saddle trallion will rrake the season of 104 at our stable 4 mile from Millcdgcv.lle, Parting with or removal ol mares forfeits ths inTHE WORLD'S CHAMPION, Lincoln county, Ky. on the Mantj-and surance. piko. Owing- to the scarcity of money, Will also stand a fine mule Jack at $7 to insure a we will stand him : living colt. K P. WOODS, a At Colt. Stanlord, Ky. Race record i:ji, winner of the 5 and Will make the present seasm of 18)4 at tho farm sweepstake premiums for sttndard-bre- d Money due when the colt conies or mare parted t. t .. 11 . uAiuci, . iiiuca r..lM '.t. vii- trotters at the Woild'a Fair 1803. with. Mares grazed or fWl at reasonable prices. .'b j ..t- - iiuiu chard, at Sired by Gambctta Wilkes a;io!-- sire of 41 in Not responsible lor accidents should any occur. Gilt h,oV is a beautiful red torrel, flaxy mane 1:30 list, hands 3 inches high; was t dam Colt 4 Months Old. Duke Maud, by Garrard Chief, flu. of Haul and tail, t; is a perfect saddle horse. foaled Sept. f a.aSJ, anu Lady Yeiter, dam of 5 in the 6, 1886 and and look l.lit Mi0 was snoweii as a llrlcnola is a Red Ilav Stallion. Saddle and liar. 1:30 Hit. th sweepstake premium at Kirktvllle an J Dana nam mine, iy son 01 uiuy tiotcc 1:14, uy lor-beanets Combined; 16 hands high: lino style and acville and in his own ring at Ilarrndtburr. Those tion and has fine mane an 1 tall. He was sired by who want to breed to a goon saddle stallion are 3 dam by Helm's York thire, thoroughbred. Abdallah Messenger, he by Messenger Chiel. will make tho season ol iSilj at Central 1'ark at coidially invited to look at our horse and sec turn 1'irtt dam by old Lexington, the fine Saddle the low pric of horse. He was aired by Second Jewel, ho by Cunning, by old A $25 To Colt. ham's Jewel, he Minnie Washingtuu Denmark. by McDonald's Halcorn. His rirstdam Second t'am by Welts' Crusader, hit 1st dun by NOTE.-- If mares bred and In foal should Stonewall lackson. he by Washington Denmark, This fine young Jack will serve a limited number change hands, money due at that time. Mares he by fllack Deumark, his 1st dam by Crusader ol mates at EUht Dollaia Reason money duo if mare is traded or parted kept at reasonable rates, but not retpomible tor he by Old Whip, ad dam n Rocky Mountain ma-Vj S-i.'? ! , "" accidents should any occur , with. W.S. GARNER, MADISON SANDIDGrE & SON, WM.M. RUKSSON. Crab Orchard, Ky. Danville, Ky. n Milledgeville, Ky Winner ol the $oo Stake at I.ealnglon. Winner of Swropttake Premium at Lcatngton, WJnner of Aged Premium and Swrtptiakes at Tarls. Won Second Monty In $joa Stakes at Vcttatllet. Won Third Money In Stakes at Nicholas-vlll- cm 0" JLIwIES I3. 8G89, CEOW, but tho average American shepherd will not do it Ho has not tho conveniences, mid it takes too long, and ho regards it as altogether too much troublo for tho man with front 25 to 200 sheep. 1 havo tried a scoro or moro of remedies, but after all have only recently ntcd with the kerosene emulsion. It virtues are that it ischeap, easily applied, iwrfectly harmless and n dead shot to ticks. To mako tho keroscuo emulsion put into any convenient recep-tacl- o soft water and soap in tho proportions of a gallon of water to half a gallon of soft soap or half a pound of any good hard F.oap shaved up into slices. Stir well, and when tho soap is dissolved and tho wholo boils add 2 gallons of common kerosene. Immediately stir or agitato violently tho mass until it mixed and looks a good deal liko cream. It takes obout fivo minutes of lively work to do it well. When thoroughly emulsified, add as much soft hot water as thoro is in emulsion and thoroughly stir tho whole together. It may now bo kept any longth of timo ready for uso and will readily mix with any quantity of cold water, soft or hard, although rain or other soft water is much tho best. Tho emulsion mixes much moro icadily and with half tho labor and remains moro permanent whan soft water is used. With hard water add more soap or a littlo washing eoda. To apply to tho flock talco 0110 gallon of tho emulsion thoroughly stirred for each 10 ehcep nnd add to it four gallons of soft water. If wanned, it is better. Crowd tho thecp. into somo corner or pen eoas to bring them into n compact body, and having well mixed tlio emulsion with an ordinary forco pump or tin sprinkler spray or sprinklo the flock until thoroughly wet. In order to reach every part of every fcheep tho flock should bo occasionally stirred around or mado to chiuigo places, exposing nil parts to tho action of tho emulsion. There need bo no fear of using it too freely, ns no harm will nccruo to 6hecp or wool if twico tho quantity or twico tho strength bo used. Nor will it injuro their eyes if it happen to get into them or harm tho sheep if swallowed in fact, it is an excellent vermifuge. As will bo seen, each gallon contains but of a gallon of kerosene, and as this treats 10 or moro sheep its cost is merely nominal, as in fow places does kcroseno in quantities cost as much as 10 cents per gallon. It is equally to two-sevent- or all of which aro suro death to ticks, $10 To. Insure A Mare In Foal. J.A.St S. T. HARRIS. Stanford, Ky. SENTINEL 21479. Record 4 months' handling ) Ily Almont Sentinel 6054. 1st dam Mattie, by Sliakspeare. 2d tlnm by Long's Hambletonian. 3d dam thoroughbred. Almont Sentinel COol, by Sentinel 280. 1st dam Allio Gano by Almont 33. 2d dam Norma by Norman 25. Sentinel te a ha'ndsoino bay horse, 16 hands high) fine mane and tail; is a suro foal getter. His colts aro large and stylish nnd are a high class of trotters and roadsters. Sentinel was formerly owned by It. II. O. Mitchell, of Mitchellsburg, Ky., and was owned last year by Georgo Afford, McKinney, Ky., who made the season of 1S93 with him at $15 to insuro a living colt. This excellent horse will mako the season of 1804 at tyiddleburg, Casey county, Ky. Owing to the hard times, we will 2:29r-(Only Insure a Living Colt for $12. Money due when colt comes or maro parted with. Caro taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any oeenr. Will also stand a fine mule JACK at 6 to insuro a living colt. J II. ALLEN & 13RO, Middleburg, Cnscy County, Ky. Wolchmont 6367. n Son of Wjl.Iam Welch, son of Rysdyk's 10, out of Pauline by Almont Forrett, he by Old Almont, be by Alexander's Abaallah, he by Rysdyk's Hambletonian 10, all standaid and with all 'he trotters' you want on both sides, with r cords as low as 9:05. Welchmont imparts trotting action to his colt all over. Jovvral have shewn a aa5 g;it. He )i 'ull 16 hauds high, black as a crow; imparts high knee action Ills colts make fine New ork saddlers. He is a fine Individual nnd stands at Hustonville at my stable at reff-ittcr- ed fe'l :v $10 to Insure a Living Colt, or $5 the Season, Lower than any ether horse in Kentucky bred like him. D.S. CARPENTER, Hustonville, Ky. PENCE, 18444 iRace rcc. 2:241 nflh neat H mile track.) Will mako the season of 1894 at my place, t mites south of Stanford Jo BELMONT -: o. 11 SUMAC, 8 8 - CHIEF, Bio ESB KTT. 9 valuable to spray tho henhouse. If He his proven himielf a breeder of fine style sprayed or sprinkled over tho hens at and action, and can be seen to satisfy anyone interested. night whilo on tho roosts about onco n In 1891 Pence started in races, and won eight ii month, thero will novor bo a louse on first moneys and three seconds. lie is a game race bone. For further information call on or adtho hens or in tho houso. "With this dress A. M. PENCK, remedy so cheap, so readily obtained Stanford, Ky. mid easily applied tho flock owner who lets his sheep or lambs bo eaten up alivo with tides mid thus neglects to provide for his own is worso than a 205 heathen. G. S. Woodward in AmerThis line saddle stallion, Chancy Denmark 26c, ican Agriculturist. will make the season ol 1S34 at the stable of Col. tolico on horses, cattloorhogs, and used at double tho above strength is At $10 by the Season, or $1.5 to Insure a Living Oolt. I ! : V I I I i -- t r f Chancey Denmark. of a ml e from Hubble, I'nderwood, the Rush Urauch Pike and, Ky,, on h ConnaaM 111 2nd. SILVER TIP 169. Denmark Cheif. DIRECTED 13945 Insure a Living Colt Will ake the seasoi cf if South of Lancaster, at 11 Will Serve Mares at $10. Chancy Dcnttark 265 is a bay horse, full 16 hands high, foaled 1S37, sired by Huhble's On Time, dam by Old awnswall Jackson. Hit colls are fire nnd of good size and will compare with anybody's saddle stallion. Will also itjnd two loyally bred jacks at tho same place. $10 to Insure n Live Colt. $5 to 1 af'Maples," 3 miles At $20 Insure Living ni SIO TO INSURE. Lien retained on colts for sen Ice fees. Directed 13ms was sired by Director ig? record 2:17; 1st d.im I'atiny Wilkes, by George Wilkes 319, record TOM OTJUTISe Red-muo- d't Insure Living lotjDuu s 3,iisa es "., n, GILT EDGE 261. SECOND JEWEL d Is a coal black Jack, white points, 13 hands high, heavy Body and good bone He ii by old llour-b- on of of Kate Sprague. a:i8, Lil sold Chid, the noted jennet jack was Madiioa that and dim Tan-da- m for $a,oco. tiourbon Chief sired by Lance, ion of Flying Sprague,a:37,'i, etc.-- by Morgan; 3rd dam (Jueen, by General Gifford; 4U1 dam by Hercules, he by Imp. Hercules, and his Imp. Espartero. Ilourbon Chiefs dam dam Fauuy, by Chancellor; 5th dam by American was by Col Lear's Imp, Napoleon 3rd, and dam T A KLKIN, Eclipse. by Tluena Vista, 3rd dam by Imp Castilian. Due-n- a Lancatter, Ky. 17 nn Vitta was sired by the great Compromise, he by Tippecanoe, he by Imp. Warrior, which was acknowledged the bett jennrt jack ever in Kentucky. Ilourbon Chief is i0 handt high without shoes. Hu is a coal bbek with r ealy nose and for form, weight, style, action and appearance he Tom Curtis' itt dam was by Joe has no equal Phelpi big jack and her dam by Sam Phelps' jack, and dam by Dlack Samson. Tern Curtis will Tho following excellently bred Jacks will make the season ol 1S94 at my place on the Stanford & for Lancaster pike: a.; Jacks For Service. Jennets at $20 Jack and $15 for Jennets Colts; Mares $8. 48. JOE BIiAOKBTJSIT, The noted Jack that was bought at Levi Hub-b'e- 's sale for $i,E6o; by 3rd I'rince, ho by id Prince, lie by Imp Prince, itt dam Daisy by Dixie, lie by Irtine' Dixieby Klckapoo; ad dam Nellie Gray by Loid Wellington; id dam by Jim Porter. Will ert jennets at $13 for jack and 2 10 lor jennet colts and will also serve a ZBoTJLrTooaa : I51! hands CENTRAL BRMOLK ... - Gambonito 8419, $10 to Insure Living Jkt) I., .. .,u r. Limited Number of Mares at $10. Will also stand , $6 to Insure a 2 Ollicr.Goocl 9Iulc Jacks At Eight Dollars. J Illack Jennet, she bv a jack by Jason Walker's Castilhan and out of a full siller to lluena, Vitta, who was out oi a jennet by Illack Samson. He will stand at CO. The service lee will be due in all cases where mares are parted with or leave the country when such fact is ascertained by us. A lien retained on all colts till season fee is paid.. s Doth Jacks have proven themselves breeders. All colts insured till four months old. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur, UNDERWOOD UROTHERS, Hubble, Ky. first-clas- high; sired by old Bourbon Chief whose pedigree Is given abovo. His dam was Oliief. ; I l; CLINTOIT. JH. Insuro Living Insure all colts tilt four months old. Lien retained till season money is paid Wnen mares or jennets are traded or rt moved before th fact Is ascertained as to being 1 foal, insurance is lor- -j I felted and makes season money due. Care taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but I . should any occur. not Thanking our customers lor their past favors we a continuance 01 sime solicit II L. I1U11I1LE, Lancaster, Ky. 6 Poit-ctlke, CfjaaiiHaHLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLH KiA &&T rv i t p- - ?? ipfl-i'ijiu- m i"Si ; WHEELING IN CHINA. Some of Bicyclist Lodz's Advon. turea In the Orient. The Chinamen Make II I in Meant and Dlimoant Innumerable Tlmrss Token In Charge by a Mob lie elged In an Inn. Special Letter. u :f- r- -' 4 'E slowly turned his head to seo who called to him so loudly, then made one grand jump to get out of the way. Ills feet slipped, and with a terrible yoll he rolled over tho bank and into tho canal, up to his waist. Two baskets of bean bread which ho carried on a pole, followed him Into tho wnter. Somo way or other, I thought it more prudent to wheel on without lingering to offer sympathy." Lens's adventures nt tho Chinese inns were always spicy and oftentimes nt a treatment Mr. Lenz received from tho exciting. "In one instanceusual small village near Liklang the Japanese nnd tho inland Chinese is crowd followed me into tho inn. noisy Tho about the difference between the Innkeeper besought mo treatment of a camera fiend in polite to stroll tip and down the street, In order to pacify tho curious crowd. For an hour I was surrounded by Chinese, all feeling my clothes and gaping 'at me. They would not leave, and when I entered tho Inn all followed. The landlord handed me a stick, and Implored mo to whip them out, as If I were somo modern Hercules. So afraid are these people of the foreigners that they ran when I but raised the stick. The door was barred, but tho crowd pushed In the frail brick wall. The landlord fnlrly screamed with anger, and a fight seemed Inevitable; but It only ended In hot words. I almost rcgetted that I was not camping out, instead of being tho cause of so much trouble. "When I rolled myself up In my blanket and a quilt tho crowd nt last left the Inn. .Then the kind old Innkeeper brought rice, fish and tea until midnight. Now nnd then he sorrowfully pointed to tho collapsed brick wall. In tho morning I paid him five hundred cash pieces (about thlrtv-fiv- e cents) for accommodations and his loss. lie was overjoyed at receiving AMONG THE PAOODA8 OF CHINA- While dressing ono these pieces. 1 American soc!et3' and at a country morning at Tongdien heard the bang! bangl of pistol shots. At the rear of picnic. In somo caves in China Mr. Lenz was much more in the picnic the Inn was a crowd of scared Chinathan of it. Here arc some of his ad- men surrounding my bicycle. Ono of them had pulled out the revolver from ventures in his own words: "Seven miles east of Talpingfu the the luggage which I had forgotten to streets were too rough to ride. Noisy remove before retiring and pulled tho natives at once swarmed round mo, trigger, .luckily without damage. It stopped the wheel and insisted that I might have fared hard with mo had he mount. I was determined to be al- accidentally shot a bystander." For a long time nothing was heard ways and complied. I had bumped along' a few yards when of Mr. Lenz, nnd it was generally suptwo fighting dogs rolled out of a house posed that he had been killed by the into the street. Of course, it was my luck to run foul of them, and over I went, among the curs. The Chinese were convulsed with laughter. Unfortunately, however, I pushed over an empty frail stnnd, entirely by nccident. One howl from tho proprietor, and he &c , on reatonable tirre and termt. The stock hat and his wife grabbed the wheel. Exnoor been cleared of all damaged goodt, citement ran high. I gave him a handceuM yH ful of 'cash' (small brass coin) and ho Condition The shareholders of the Hanging Fork A Green Is in First omr Tsnrrrggpfri howled worse. I then picked up n of tho mott desirable Hands in River Turnpike Road Co. will meet at Ware's and located in one t&Mfc, . UVtJ stone and hammered tho thing toh the city The agency ol tho daily papers will be tore in McKinncy on the ad Saturday in May gether. Tho crowd saw my good intransferred topurcliaietr of ttock sndisa tource S894, at a p. m , for the purpose of electing a Pre dent and Hoard of Directors lor the entiling year. of considerable revenue. J. B. I'AXTON, tentions, nnd persuaded the man to let ill ,, Assignee. J. W. OIVKNS, Pre. 13 Eft : mo go. whereupon I breathed easier. They managed, however, to relieve me Kkqo ' YaJ)0 YAHO YaOO ! fAee of my field glass and handkerchief i which I htul foolishly carried in my I J g outside coat pockets. It was in The stockholder ol the Ruth Hranrh Turnpike FIO. II SHEEP IIAUN, OIIOUND PLAN. Road Co. are notified to meet at Hubble nt Saturthat rioters, in 1691, burned tho day In May, 1891, to elect a Hoard of Director! for buildings of tho Jesuit missionaries thoroughly braced iuid secured. Each 13 the ensuing ytar. pen hsis access to water and a yard. At which had been standing for three hundred years. tho present timo I havo 23 1 imported LITTLE CHINESE OIRL. owes, all supposed to bo with lamb, in "Just before reaching Chlnchlang a mob took mo In charge. They com- natives. Ho arrived in India at Inst, this basement, and they hnvo nil tho pelled me to mount and rido through however, bruised, battered and room they need, and I havo not had a DIIAI.KK IN- of the crowded htreets, everybody darting his wheel his outfit. Ho had had to carry sick sheep this winter. I am now rculyIce to deliver manufactured in a cart much of tho way, into the shops on hearing tho cries of Tho L is divided into a shepherd's Irom the Stanford Kactsry tocuttomcrt regularly and it was in such a condition that ho room every momliiK at the rate cf FIFTY CKN'tS tho crowd to clear tho wuy. I was and fivo pens, in which I keep tho : PER HUNDRED POUND LOIS and over, and progressing nicely, but one of the Chi- had to send for a special cheek to pay stock rams. Tho room is perfectly plain at 73c in smaller lot. for tho repairs. Ho had met a hard namen following thought I ought to bo E. HUF.MKR, Stnrford. 10 nnd at all times contains n warm stove, going faster and gave me a tremendous fate among a class of tho natives who Jersey milk without tuborcuhir bacilli shove. Sad to relate, tho wheel struck were more than ordinarily inclined to and aweodrop of giu,which ingrediTHOMAS YEAGER. themselves. JAMES. YKAGER. The last installa Chinaman who was nnnblo to get out amuse of ents, if properly mixed and applied, Mr. Lenz's manuscript havo ho and I nnd tho ma- ments of the way, and Sc YEAGER, recovered from Kla Klang and make tho best combination for n weak chine sprawled over tho pavement. been bo lamb or n cold shepherd that I know of. will reported during tho spring and My persecutors viewed this performMy buildings 27 in number and LIV-FEES AND STASLSf ance with a holy, chastened joy. Next, early summer. stock aro always subject to inspection, two Chinamen took It Into their heads I'nthntln and it affords mo much plensuro to show Special Kates to Commercial Men. that they could rldo tho bicycle. I A lady who had spent a great deal of them to any interested iu tho breeding Candies, Nuts. Tobacco, Cigars. mounted them in succession, pushed ttmo in trying to teach her servant of livo stock. I will bo pleased to send 8TANFORD, B.Y. tho in along a few rods, and intention- to make a good drawn-butte- r gravy, photograph of my now bam to any ono ally dumped them in tho street. Tho and who found no little scolding nec- on application. Headquarters lor almost anything If you need livery give uj a call. Nothing but turnouts will leavo our stable. Sec u natives yelled themselves hoarse, and essary to accomplish it, called Hridget for rates. In our I might have been responding to en- in to the dinner table ono day and bald, In Nevada wild horses aro so plenti you want. When you want a first-clas- s cores for this net yet had I been so severely: HARNESS SHOP ful in somo localities that they nro a minded. Hut I was too beared and "Urldget, this brawn-butte- r gravy Is downright nuisance. Tho stallions You will find a good assortment of Harness, gladlj' reached tho foreign settlement, actually bitter!" Saddles, Vc. Havo your repairing done by meal for 25c, call on him. splendid fellows somo of thorn haunt our man he understands his business. We have with Its macadamized streets, and left "Is thnt so, ma'm?" asked Urldget, tho ranges and coax away tho civilized mechanic tn our tho pursuing crowd far In tho roar. Borrowfully. mares, which onco they havo joined tho Is, Urldget. BLACKSMITH SHOP. easy wheeling nlong the "It Now, how do you wild herds becomo as untamed oa nuy. "I found account for It?" dikes bordering tho guarantee flrtt'Class work and satisfactory Will For this reason cewboys price. Tiy our horse thoer. "I do'know, ma'm; but I do bo think-In- ', killing pionlcp, thowhich thoha 3 hcreo and had many exciting and amublng in wild stalAgent for Dcenng Machine!, the lightest draft ma'm, that i dhropped a tear intll experiences with tho natives whom Stanford, Ky. machine on earth. lions iui shot down without mercy. machine It!" Youth's Companion. the noiseless cushion-tire- venturesome. 'The Japanese are at worst a friendly people, nnd nt best their culture and nrtistic sense proved equal, to say the least, to that of a representative American cycling fiend. Somo of the excellent photographs which show Mr. Lenz in bicycle costume among tho daintlty dressed natives leave one in considerable doubt as to which are the and which the civilized individuals. Throughout Japan, and even in tho coast districts of China, tho American wheelman, astrido of his novel machine, was an object of dread and aversion, which ho sets down to the score of superstition, but which the lover of things cultivated and oriental is tempted to attribute to a different sentiment. Tho advance sheets of the April issue bring him among the pagodas of China. From the eastern coast he followed the grand canal to Chiuklangnnd then pushed westward nlong the Yangsti river valley through Iturmah, making occasional detours to interesting spots. Ills experiences with the natives as he journeyed nlong the valley becomo more in tho nnturo of adventures. The difference between the semi-civilize- Magazine. Mr. Lenz set out from City Hall park, New York, a little mqro than a year ago. ills passage across tno continent and over thq Pacillc was scarcelj different from that of numerous other tourists, and oven in Japan his experiences, tbough pleasant nnd picturesquo in tho telling, were not especially ad- The success of the journalistic enterprise that led to tho equipment of Stanley's trip to Central Africa, and tho popularity of Keenan's travels in Siberia in tho interests of the Century Mnpazino has plven rise to another similar expedition which has already becomo famous as tho bicycle trip of Mr. F. O. Lenz, of Pittsburgh, in tho interests of tho Outing world-girdlin- g rapidly overhauled Small donkeys, with jingling bells, wcro quite numerous. I met an elderly Chinaman astrido n very small and evidently a nervous donkoy. Tho beast feared tho wheel and, to ray horror, Jumped down from tho raised road Into n rlco field. Tho old man was thrown In a heap. I hastily dismounted, thinking ho was seriously Injured, or klUed outright. Ho struggled to his feofand Instnntly motioned mo to rido on, being far more nnxious to see tho strango wheel run than about his own hurts. After tho old boy had seen mo rldo, wo grinned farewells. "Farther on a woman and a small boy wcro thrown off donkeys In tho same way; but Chinese wear so many layers of wadded clothing In cool weather that they aro seldom hurt by a fall." He relates another interesting Incident: "Onco when I was silently a Chinaman from behind, I called out to him. Poor fellowl ho no doubt was used to a qulctand uneventful life in his humdrum country. Ho From wit Burrxit Ky. Midland R'y, that old complaint wken you can b I POSTED. Thianatlce forewsrnt humeri, fiiherraen and othtrtnot tatretpatt nn our lands without per million, at all tuwh will be prosecuted lo the ful ttt extentof the law. Signed! nently cmed by an perma- Shortest and quickest between Electropoise SHEEP BARN. Others have been cured, why not you ? Cincinnati nnd Frankfort Only Direct Line between Frankfort, Georgotown nnd Furls, Onrlislo, MnyBvlllo, Cynthifinn, Falmouth arid Covington. t. d.newl.and. O. C. LYON. m. Cackoyvitz. For tho Accointnmtntlnn of rt Largo Flock of U recti tug Unci. Cured Without Mr. Onkloigh Thoruo of Thorndalo farm, Duchess county, N. Y., describes 0 in Tho Breeder's Gazctto a model sheep barn which ho has succeeded in ovolvlng " bwitier ; 18 form tho noods of tho occasion nnd his " Stamping Ground.; i3 Duvall 7 3 own intelligence. Tho rHmctnro accom" Johnson 40 modates 250 breeding owes nnd six rams. " (ifi)treton.,.ll ..7 46 ...7 t S. Depot .7 35 Aik your EC ghbor about It, If he cau not tell In its planning Mr. Thorno says ho con' 8 cS Newton sidered tho health nnd comfort of tho you, willo to u for one of our boA s.nt lice. Ceutreville 8 16 ' Nothing hx ever receivitt no many tclimonlal I so Kbetbeth Hock, economy of labor, utility of space, from titnlwortv pprtoim, many of whom a,e Arrive Tarn 8 jo C durability and nppenrnnce. Ho writes: known to us Wrstttn Recorder, Loumille I finnlly decided that n sido hill bam The ElcctropoUc It a mjitrry lo mej altnott a 200 by 50 feet with an L on tho south- miracle. Kldir John I Kodgeri. TRAINS WEST. No. a. No In cne night the Electropoino relieved west corner 28 by 43 feet and on oxten coticeitlonot the brain nod vertigo. Itev me of p a Geo. I'jH.s C. Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. Disease Medicine im.e ranij April 1,193 No 7 No 3. No. 1. Til A INS EAST. p m. p. IU. a m. 00 Leave Kranktort A 4 ; Not an e ectnc belt or biltrry, but a dimple ' 10 Summit...,. MS 706 home t ealment which rautea the entire body of 1 " Klanorn S the patient toaba;tb 1 R. L. WHITE. J.L.I1KCK. T. C. HALL. I'KTKK IIALMUR. IS I'HILLII'S. J. E. IlKUCE, KRED HAUMAN.V. , MYERS HOUSE .;u 1 4 4J OXYGEN. 4il 34 5" 3o J3 JN 1 40 a 00 a 10 a ao 3S 3 00 LHTXR V STABLI P. W. GREEN, Prop. has-be- Thit ttable, which It run n connection with the well-know- n 3 3? 3 41 5 35 3 43 4CO supplied with Men House, A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, nil4. 111. 111 4 J .W BOLT 4 S&faix ,?riw I VS. vS jj ft 6CAJ.E eCOl' Lve . . II Meant, Coilngtoo, Ky. 905 Arr Alriendot mino w..t entirely cured of the opi. Arr Kllrxbelh . . -- ao Centrcvlile... - 9 ainhat.it with Kleetropoite Kcv W W. Ilruce, Arr Newtown .918 liutionvllle, Ky. .. 9 40 The Klecttcpoue it a wonderful instrument and ArrC. S. Depot Oeoructown IO.J7 it It more womtcrful at to how It dors itt work, Arr Johnion Arr II 47 yet it does It -- T E. C Bnuley, IPlowt) Louis Arr Duvall ..11 31 ville, Ky. Arrbtainu'c Ground ti 00 Addres DuBoIt 8: Webb, 300 Fourth tt , Arr bwtner . . , ....11 10 Kr. Arr Elkhorn ..11 17 No a. m. 8 No. la p. m. 4 prepaid FIK3T-CLA8- - -- rummer's 3 03 603 61? n 19 nupply the public with 11108 OF.AIjL. Supplies and It better than ever 43 31 KINDS. 1 617 641 645 7 7 13 7 300 5 31 Personal and prontptattention Parties and Hurlaia. AL HUKNS, Manager, given to Wadding P. W.OREKN, Proprietor 330 7 47 8 657 6$i 800 to Lou-urill- e, 3 30 Airt-uminl- t Arr Frankfvrt. A it J j 11 905 7 33 39 The Myers House, V. V. GIIEE.N. Proprietor. d Stanford, FlO. I SHEEP BARN, END VIEW. : : : n Kentucky. with L. A N. connects with Q A C. and L. S. C connect! with K. C. SUNDAY TRAtNS. Leive Kranklort 900 a. m; Georgetown mooa m Lve Georgetown 10 37; arrive r ranklott 30 A connect II 1 1 93 NW 13:00 p m HorfolkiWesiernRR. 19, 1893 Schedule Nov. two-wheel- magistrate's office in china. cion 80 by 80 feet on tho north per plan No, 2, would meet all requirements. Thu basement ia extended for breeding owes, tho southwest extension I am still running thlt Hotel and will continue u Klve my gtitttt tho politttt attention at well nt the belt the mtrlet afTurdi. 6ide, aa The Kentucky Midland Ralwayand connec tiont form the thorteil and cheapest rout to all points Njuih, Katt, North and Weil. Kor further information apply to their agent. C.I). URHCAW. Gen I'ass Agent OKO. II II.RIElt, Gen Supt. p. m Special Attention to. the Traveling Public. nnt-ctati Turnpike Election. LKAVK NORTON DAILY for Graham. Illuefirld, Pocahontas Lynchburg, Richmond and Norlolk. Sleeping Cars from Roanoke to Norlolk also from Lynchburg 10 Richmond, Trains tor Pocahontat, Powhatan and Gooda will leave Hluefield daily at6 joa m, 11 33 p in. Leave llluefiold 6 y a m and 9 ou p m daily lor Kenova and Columbui, ()., Chicago and all point! Weil Pullman Iper on 900 p m tialn lor Co umbut Trains arrive at Norton Irom the East dally at 11 good-hearte- d good-nature- d, turnout come to my for tho rams and shepherds' rooms and When you want a The annual meeting of the tlockholdert of the Morelano & Catpenler't Station turnpike will t also to break tho northwest winds from htld at llutUatlllc on Saturday, May Mb, at a p tho yards, and tho extension on tho in., for thr purpose of clectln; a preitdent and a Prices to tult the hard timet. Call or ltaveo.dtr board of directors forthe emuing year north sido for a root collar in tho at the Mycrt Ilouie Oil ce 13 J K IIU'LHMAN, President and grainroom overhead. Tho building is constructed on tho cantalovcr principle, thoroughly braced and bolted with inch bolts, of about Came as shown in plan No. 1. Tho advantages black to my route alout thn i tmumlt,January a The annnal meeting for the election of a I'ret. and (our iou to, weuhiru her by jro n property, Ideutaud Iliard ot Directors for he Knob Lick of this construction aro that no po&ts are pigs. OwtirrcangU Turnpike Co will be held at the Mrst Rational keeping. epcr required abovo bafcmcnt, which leaves pamc for thlt notice and THUWIIKIDOK Hank of Manlord the ttt Saturday tn May, ilyl, SAM a practically clear mow the entire length Kubankt, Ky. and stockholders are ..ereby notified ILIKION KOWLKR, I'res 13 of tho building. Strength and chnpms nro also claimed, but I frankly admit that tho latter did not receive much consideration. Tho foundation walla arc 3 feet 8 The annual meeting of the ttockhsMcrt of the inches thick and foet limit "alove Tntncrsvllle, Mc Kinney A' CefTcy't Mill 'I umpke ground," built of faced stono laid in Road Cc. wi be held at McKlnney ttt Saturday cement, plastered on tho outsu.e with it Will open aMANTL'A MAKIVO cttabllthment in May, iaV)4, at ap in for the purpose of electing I'teMdent and Hoard of Directors lor the on itrret, mixturo of pitch nnd tar. Tho lumber n the pink bcottJKO to Lower MainApril 1. Stan- a H F GUODK, I'ret year. 13 They ready ford, and leceive order! used Is nil of first qnnllty of tho follow- uie tne latett and most fashlorablc patterns and ing dimensions: Sills, girts, posts, guarantee satisfaction. A trial Is solicited, levers nnd uiniu rafters, 8 by 12 inches; floor timbers, by 12; studdings and rafters, 2 by 10; flooring, 2 by 6, The annual meeting of the ttockholderaof the Huttonville .V Carpenter's Clerk Tu npike Co. matched. Roof scaled tight and shingled will be held at liuiloavilleon the tit Saturday in with California red cedar shingles. Ma, 1S94, at a p. m , for the puipoan cf electing entulng ye r Tho basement is 1 4 feet high, and I hnvo Kullttock of Fruit and Ornamental Trrt, Grape olhccrt lor theW D. WEArilKRKOItD, Tree 13 Vines, an nbundauco of windows. Tho lower ything Asparagus, Smalla Fruiti, Shrub, and evernursery establishment usually found in panes of glass, which aro stationary, aro We sell direct to tho planter and have, no txentt. 30 by 15. Tho nppcr glass is 15 by 15, Catalogue! on application. H. K. HILLENMHYKU. set in sash nnd ojerated by tho Hitching 5 Lexington, Ky. 6ybtcra of ventilation, which ia in comA meetin of the stockholders of the Stantcrd & Mill) due vi c turnpike mon uso in greenhouses. It is operated lor tne election ot a President and Hoard of Directors for the ensuing by ono crank in tho center of tho buildyear will be held at McCormacka May 3, 1894 ing. By this means I get equal ventilaW W McKinitlCK. I'ret. 13 tion nnd Bavq timo by opening or shutA good Hone, Harnett and a tingle Surrey, as ting nil tho windows from ono central jtcod at new. for sale for the low price of Sno. point and by ono movement Call at Joe Rout's to tea It, or on Judge T. L. Tho doors nro 7 by 10 feet, hung Shclton it you wa nt to buy. The stockholders of the Hustonville .V Coffey' L. A. KARISS, with a steel baud running over n pulley 9.1m Mill Turnpke Road Co. will meet at Dr. llrown't Leimgton, Ky. othce in Ilustonville isl Saturday In May, 1804, at and ran up nnd down. As tho doors m to elect a President and llord ol Direc1 p weigh but llvo pounds moro than tho C. C LYON, Pre. tors for the ensuing year weight?, they run very easily and so DH. W. B. far work most satisfactorily. Tho elat doors aro buug in tho samo way just iusido of main door. I left nino inches Stanford ,V Ilustonville The stockholders of office rccentl) Turnpike Road Co. will hold their annual clectioo Office South between tho canter braces, running an vacated by lir.Side Main St., in Stanford, l.ec t'. Huifman, for a i'retident and Hoard of Directors at iron bar through, which can bo easily Tiirncrtvillc, at a p m the 1st Saturday I K. CASH Pies pulled out, thu idea boing to take it out Carriage Painting and Trimming in.May, i8v( when tho feed is being put in nnd the owes and lambs aro out in tho yards, to allow tho lambs tho opportunity of havI am now prepared to do all kinds of I'jrruiKe Tainting, Trimming and Repairing. Give me a ing tho first pick at tho feed. A meet in of the stockholders of Knob Lick, call Over Djughv ty's shop on Main St. eel. McCrrmacks & Tiirnersvllle Turnpike Co will bn The doorways aro rounded with narJOHN II De.NARDI. for held at McCiyiuacl May 5th, iS, at p Stai.ford Ky row matched stuff, so tha tho ewes canthe purpove of electing othcers lor the ensuing I F CONfcll. Pres not get jammed running in or our. The j oar posts in basement nro round, 1 1 inches AS ASSIGNEE OF in diameter. Tho corners of all racks aro planed off, nnd, iu fact, thero is not a Miarp corner in tho basement whero n Tho annual meeting ol the stockholders of the Stanford !i Halls O ip Turnpike Until Co. for the ewo can rnb her fleeco loofe. ot cltnmofa President and Hoard at Directors for I offer for sale privately his I havo divided tho spaco into flvo Vandevecr's the ensuing year, will be held pens, as shown in plan No. 2. Tho silo store in Stanford on the itt Saturday In May WHOLE STOCK of GROCERIES, at a p. in. J E. LYNN. Ptes. in northwest corner is 10 by 12 by 80, livery stable:. ESTBAY. road M Ac, apply to agents io( in. r)r futthtrlnformation baso-me- .V Western RailW. H.UKVILL, Gnn. Pais. Agt Itotuoke, V. F. UK AGO. Trav. Pass. Agent. as to Of Norfolk scheduls,rattsi nt hcvon-oighth- s Turnpike Election. San Francisco. Portland A World's Fair Record. CHICAGO -- VIA iJ-t- Mrs. Corey Saunders Irlrs.JUarrls lfniiiilton Turnpike Election. I -- 4)lCUlSVUU HtwAlfm l Cmcato Mr q cn-tu- PULLMAITSAND PABLOR OARS. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE m 1 Turnpike Election. Orchard, Lawn Garden. RUNNING DINING - CARS. WRMK TO K. II. IIACON, II P A.. F.J. RICKD.G. PA. Lojisville, Ky. Chlcag,, III. St. Paul. Denver. Turnpike Election. t-- THE WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- Nice Turnout For Sale. L It a Turnpike Election. ten nag eight column democratic eewtnaper. It enntalna the best f everything going UEN-U- Y WATTERHON it the PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. The WEEKLY COURIEIt-JOURNAmakes very liberal terms in agent , and givts tree premiums for clubs Sample copies oflht paper and four page Premium Supplement sent free tu any addrni. Write to L PENNY Dcutlsl. Turnpike Election. t'--e . Tho COURIER-JOURNA- L CO. LOLltVILLK, KY. The c. scliool-hour- e, Semi - Weekly Interior Journal, And The Turnpike Election. Weekly Courier-Journ- al n- - Will be sent cne year to any address lor CS Address, W, P WALTON, M Minford, Ky 7C. io-6- m A. A. WARREN, Turnpike Election. STOCK i8g, : MARKET AT OTTENHEJM. IieKinmnit on the lBt Montlny In Mnrcb. and tin each first .Monday futeslter, a Stock Markil will be held at Ottenbeim for the sale ol Dorset, Cattle, Sheep ai,.l llogt, Peitont having stock lo sell or thoie wishing to buy nro Invited to attend. There will be lio charge to auv. body. WM LANDflRAKl', (Jttenheitn, Ky. ',, vwtt HV1E w -- Class Turnpike Election. Mm sw $100 REWARD ti T ,VLAt4tov. I I Turnpike Election. My store wa bnrned Friday" night, Keb. aj, '04, id I think robbed ol part of It contenti, and for tne arreii ana conviction 01 guilty partiea I will par $100, J. A. HAMMONDS. Hubble, Ky Tan-yan- R. ZMMER -- Fruit Trees For Sale I At.our Fruit Farms and Nurseries one mile Wctt of Kingsville, Lincoln county. We have aa tine a ttock of J run Trees as any man ever handled, ready for transplanting nto orchard and garden this Fall. Orchards of Apples and I'eachc will be assorted to auit customers at $10 per hundred. The trees are rile, the varieties the best. Every thing needed to mako home attractive and the children happy will bo found here. For circular J. A. McKUE & CO., 6 Kingville, Ky. ed ICE, ICE. - Fancy Groceries, Do- "" Foreign and For Two Cents (a stamp) any reader of The Journal can have a sample copy of The Southern Magazine by dropping a line to its publishers at YEAGEIl hI, mestic Fruits, Interior WM Co-lumb- ia firtt-clai- a Building, Louisville, Ky., and can obtain a club rate on the Magazine and this paper by addressing the publisher of The Interior Drl-dl- ei, Ycng-tls-Klan- g, R. ZIMMER. d Journal. i --L4 ... s.4' ,!1 ' j ' jfe-v-1 HJ&, ,tsjt.n.'f U&4 rivW-,- i lWj, in fcnwnn iifni" '' n"' 1LLM in, ;i - iJfmm.a.m i- . iin Eld. Jasper G. Livingston will preach Gksuink Dresden Banquet Lamp nnd nt Sugar Grovo Sundny at 11 o'clock Tannic nr about 325 voters In StanApril. '.'.7, 1891 ford of whom bo mo 100 nre colored. a. m. Onyx Tablo at Danks, the jeweler. Stanford, Ky., Rev. Bon Helm will preach at tho En Wilkinson, thu Junction City har- Presbyterian church at 11 a. m. and 7:30 Opkicb for rent In Intkuioii journal bor, was here yesterday looking for a lo- p. m. Sunday. E. C. Walton, Business Manager building. Apply to W. I. Wnlton. cation. Ho will move to this place and Rev. J. O. Rust's meeting at the Genuine John B. Stetson 5 00 lint nt open n shop in n lew weeks. Lebanon Baptist church continues, with MEANS IUSINESS. 11. F. $2.18, only ono to n customor. Many merchants have left off buying Spring Goods altogether on Ouu great snlo of sample shoes has 25 additions. Falcon. Buy your school books nnd school sup-le- Jones & Von. Rev. Charles H. Nash raised $5,000 account of the hard times, but we, knowing this would be the case, been tho talk of tho town; no wonder Pli ol nil kinds nt A. 11. Penny's. I am ngout for Hid Lexington Stentn after his sermon last Sunday to help have bought a much larger stock than usual. We know people will when wo nre selling $3.50 mid 54 shoes Watches clocks and jewelry repaired Bring mo your washing. ami warranted. Ktwrnvintt a specialty, Laundry. nnd slippers for $1 03. Another lot just complete thu new Baptist church at want goods and if we have them we can sell them, so Jesse, 1). Wen re n. Hopkinsville. at A. H. Penny's. received. B. F. Jones te Son. Eld. W. I. Grubbs, of Lexington, will Tint largest stock of DrnnH, Medicines, Nkw roses nnd hardy plnntn for the Perfumery, Paints nnd Wnil Paper nt Thk weather is beginning to behave a preach nt tho Christian church nt JuncA. II. Penny's, rrt'scrlptiona a special- cemetery nt Mr. A. A. Warren this week, Httlo bettor. Yesterday nnd thu day be- - tion City on the second Sundays of each Mrs. Steele Bailey. foro wero such as to refute the statement month during this year. With the best selected stock ever shown in this section. PERSONAL POINTS. There wero IS additions to Uncle Joe tllO I1HI11U of II HOW post- - that Spring would bo but gloomy weather CaLKABTiS Spring. It Hopper's meeting at Paris, which clostd New small check woolens at 48c and 90c. Mil. M. F. Klki.n is down with the ollice in Madison county and Cal Kast if wo hail nothing else but Sunday night. While there ho raised would do for the year around. has been appointed postmaster. mumps. New wash silk at 45c and 60c. for the synod's evangelistic work. Mm. M. S. Dauoiiman ii very nick with Mr. E. W, Smith returned yesterday New wool challies at iSc, 28c, 50c and 60c. J. W. Bout, v. m., saa tlio Sundny Dr. Clark, of Boston, founder of the pneuinunin. Olllco open from from Chicago wliero ho went with tho Christian Endeavor Society, was in LouNew Irish lawn at of Boyle, in the Kuest hours for mails nre: Miss AtiiA I'oi'K, 7:150 to 8:30 a. m , nnd from 1:30 to 2:30 water works committee of Danville. He isville this week. He says that the of Messrs. Mnry nnd Mnio Bright. New Percales at 10c, 15c. tells us that the plans will be on exhibimembership now numbers 2,000.000, Mit. W. L. DumiKitAK nnd wife, of Liv- l'. M. New Ginghams at 5c, 12th and that the letting of 15c, 25c., ? tion by May ingston, aro visiting Col. Hull" Duddernr Mish Ethel Stkkkt, of Chicago, with tho work will occur on the 30th of the with 30,000 Societies. New Satteens at and 20c. A congregational meeting of the at Itowland. capable assistants, will give a dramatic same month. Mr. Smith is now regularNew Dimities at 10c and 15c. for has moved his recital at Lancaster jMil. J. II. Vaniiook Admission ly employed as engineer by the Danville Presbyterian church has been called the ensuing Sabbath at usual hour for family toTuruersville nnd will keep store only 25c. New Organdies at 25c and 28c. t company. morning services. A full attendance of mm for J. T. Hocker. New Swivel Silks at 50c and 65 c. Chicago, Pnor. Richards and wife, of Mm. Fannix Kdmiston has taken Tom Bukokii Dkad. A message from the membership is desired. New Princess Duck at I2j4c Kev. Dr. Weaver announced that charge of the ladies' lint department in gave a free bIiow on tho ' street yester- Eld. J. G. Livingston informs us ot the day, consisting of acrobatic and contor- death of Mr. Thomas Buford, at Kansas the meeting at the Baptist church would New Ratiste at and 15c. Louisville Store. tha close last night. He has presented the Mrs. Gill, and Miss Katx Kinnaibd. tion feats. City, Wednesday. Ho lived here for a ' mm of I.incater, took the trnin here Wed Flowxrs. Mrs. Steelo Bailey will keep long time, holding the office of jailer for Gospel in a plain nud practical manner nwday for Iouisville. constantly on hand in tho store room o' n term very satisfactorily. His wife was and endeared himself to the people. In Mr. J. B. Hiouiwb and Mies Julia A. A. Wnrren a choice supply of fresh a sister of Mr. Livingston and she with all there have been 10 additions to the HijtKina attended the Odd Fellows' cel- plants and flowers. several children survive him. Mr. Bu- church. Mary Gilmartin was shot to death on ebration at Lexington. ford was a member of the Christian WxnniNd bells aro ringing in tte disa Btreet in Cincinnati, by Father Domi-nic- k Mr. II. J. McBoiixKTa wont to McAfeo church iiid a good man. O'Grady. Both of them are recent Tuesday to Mo his cousin, Mrs. Stella tance and tho nicest line of presents nre on sale at Danks, tho jeweler. Seo our In order to learn the feeling of the arrivals from Ireland, and seems that the Lapsley, who is very ill. on tho question of granting priest had followed his victim to this Mrs. O. T.i Bowhon and children, of stock before you buy. mm liquor license, since Rowland has been country, after their relations had caused WilliamsburK, sro the guests of her sisSmith, tho piano tuner, la in town. given tho right for another year, n re- unfavorable gossip. ter, Mrs John Bell Gibson. All orders for piano tuning left at the porter interviewed each member yesterToo much time is rarely ever given Mn. W. S.iMvxhs, of tho Wrought Iron Myers House will bo promptly attended day, with tho result as given below. It by church choirs in practicing hymns of his IUtiK Co., spent n few days with to. All work guaranteed. looks to us like it would be tho most praiec; nnd this is indeed tho neglect of an dnnuhtern at Crab Orchard. And don't fail to come and see our new stock just being opened evMom. W.fll. Miller is acting will bo ofler-e- d practical nnd sensible course for the coun- important Christian duty. Church muTux Green Briar Springs This is our second purchase and we have left nothing out. to get sic should by its magnetism draw people ery "day. nttorney while John Sam for sale again, next county court day. cil to grant license, since wo nre sale all around to worship who otherwise would stay Owsley, Jr., Is off Kettiug married. Commissioner It. C. Warren tells us that the evil effects from the Miss LlzxixTwinwuLi- - of HuHtonvllle, thu cost of thu property was over $5,000. us and get no revenue. In the mean- awny. Music is recognized the world time thu question could be Bettled HobI-l- over as an important feature in public has returned from a month's visit to her Wastki). 100,000 11m. of wool. Top by tho Court of Appeals, and if it is worship and its good effects crop out in Mrs. L. B. Adams, nt Newport. sister, against the decision of Judge Sauiley, all sundry ways, livery church Bhoulil Of every line is to be found with us. Before running off to other Mr. It. G. Williams, of ML Vernon, prices guaranteed. Call on me nt or John Ellis nt Huatonville, licenses would expire about tho same havo an organized choir of at least 18 or will not graduato nt the Louisville Law Are we not enF. M. time and we would have prohibition at 20 members, who are individually and markets come see what your home merchants have. oraor J. M. Durham at Middlehurg. but will deliver au S'hool Wnre. once and in earnest. Briefly, these nre collectively willing to exert all energy titled to your patronage if you can find what you want and at a less tion. question: to nnd nbility in producing a "concord of price than other cities ? We know you can buy goods cheaper in Xxwi.Axn is very sick at 0. Mitfl. 0; I'. John Blankk.nsiiii', of this place, will tho nnswer G. the MayorS. Hocker: "lain for grant- Bweet sounds." It should b remember- your own little city than any inland town in the State and cheaper Nowland's. Two of Mr. 0. J. J. commence next week tho building of the children me also very Bick with collegu nt Ml. Vernon. Tho building ing license, especially since matters have ed by choirs thnt it is not the fellow than you can buy the same goods at retail in Louisville or Cincinnati. assumed their present condition." who sings loudest that makes the most measles. will ho W feet front by 70 back and all John 8. Hughes: "Eternally opposed music a pig under the fence makes This we vill guarantee. Mn. Will Gaiuull, of Lebanon, nnd will be two stories. to granting license under auy circum much noise and no music. Ex. to "Examine our figured and plain black Dress Goods from 8 bride come up Wednesday hts handsome Ovkh 800 sample hats just received, stances." spend a few days with his mother at to Si. 50; our Tela Vela Duck 10c to 25c; our Ginghams from 5c to 25c; Infanticide. Bro. Morrison's Meeting. S. II. Baughmnn: "Havn't thought suflatest styles and shapes, no two alike. Ilustonvillo. our Scotch Lawns 5c to 25c; our Satteens 10c to 35c; our Japanese 'To the Editor Interior Journal.) Diu F. E.;;Kinkv. the homeopathic Wo have hats to suit everyone at less ficiently on tho subject to express my NlCIIOLAhVILLK, Al'KIL 20. The COT- - Cloth 10c to 25c. Gents' Suits $4 to Si 5, and our Gents and Ladies' a few weeks ago, than manufacturer's prices, ?l stiffs at opinion, but I think tho quickest and doctor who moved hero surest wuy would bo for those in favor of oner's jury has just ordered tho arrest of Shoes in low and high-cu- t offer in Cincinnati nnd $2 50, Ac. B. F. Jones fc Son. Tans and Blacks at all prices. Ladies. lus accepted an mmm licensing saloons to petition the coun- a Miss or Mrs. Haskell for infanticide, Capes S3 to yesterday for that city. left S7.50. Ladies' Underwear in muslin, gauze and Jersey.. the supposed father a timn by thu name Tiik family informs us that we wero cil." Louisville, Is Mu. W. 1 of Williams, at Somerset, nnd the negro Everything in every line is saying thnt John Ponuing-to- n Mrs. W. B. mibtakui in Win. Daugherty: "I will vote agalntt visiting his had becamo violent before being issuing license, both at tho polls nnd in woman at whoso house the child was is agent for McKoberts. Mr. Robinson born. The Haskell woman came here a taken to tho asylum. Ho was remarka- council." tho Union Central Life Insurance Co. short time ago from Somerset. The bly docile, but inability to sleep had J. K. VnnArsdale: '.'Under the presMn. G. S. Piixmiv, "Jock," hss gone to afgreatly affected his mind. g ent circumstances, I believe it would be child was born last Friday and it is by himself, but if reports firmed was buried alive, the remains Come and look before buying. No trouble to show goods. bo true it wont bo long before he has a Dkatii. John Joslin, ono of tho old- the best policy to grant license." being found in the negro woman's premAllen: "I ittn for prohibition, him est citizens of the East End, died Mon John A. lovely llttlo womaa to sit opposite ises. Bro. II. C. Morrison is having a glornt the table. day, aged 80. Ho had been a Macon and but I mn in the council to represent tho Mas. Clko W. Biiow.v, Mrs. M. C. Wil- au Odd Fellow for over 50 years, and ho wishes of the peoplu in that nnd nil oth- ious meeting here; many people are re liams nnd MIhs Nannie Kennedy, of Ml. was hurled by both orders Wednesday. er inattorB." joicing in concious salvation nud JU or W. L. Withers: "I nm now and al- more in sanctifkation ns preached by tho Vernon, wero on yesterday's trnin en The causo of his death was cancer. ways havo been in favor of licensing si holiness people. L. M. Lablky. route to Louisville to hear Kichnrd Gott ot the about the fair here? A month loona here." What Williams orate before tho faculty In the southeastern miuing district or so ago there were lots ot talk about It will thus be seen thnt no action wilt School tO'tilght. Ioulsville J. 8. Kick returned from having ono but it seems to have all died bo taken with result, unless a petition is of Kentucky, where was being paid tho Well Selected, adds Mn. and Mrs. 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. out. With thu splendid show of stock made to tho council, nud the saloon men highest wages in the country, 3,000 minOilifornia yesterday, having traveled of tho United My stock is sure to please you in miles and passed through 1G Suits and filrly good crowd of hiHt year it tell us that that is impracticable since ers have obeyed thu orders looks as if it would not bu risky to try it there are many people, who while of tho Mineworkers' Association nud gone out on besides tnking it tour into Mexico. They opinion that license should hit granted a strike, in face of the fact that they workwero delighted with their trip, nnd es- again. .ii object to put- ed on nn average of but 10 days during with tho beauties and pecially impressed Tin: Cincinnati Southern will run an under the circumstances, paper or taking any tho past year, and tho operators' supply udvnntagi'8 of California. excursion from Junction City nnd nil ting their name to a of coal is ample, while the miners' sup- A full stock cf Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastine, Var-- . Mn. W. M. PxiiuiNs, of Williamsburg, points north next Sunday at $1.75 for hand in the matter. ply of money or food 18 nil. Organiza- nishes, &c. Fannnd his pretty bride, who was Miss thu round trip from thu Htnrting point. tion may, ami doubtless doen, bent-tiMATRIMONIALMATTERS. nie O'Mnru, took thu trnin hero yester- Train leaves at 0 a. m., arriving in Cinlaborers in general, hut it sometimes day for their home. They had been on cinnati at 10:20, returning, leaves CinIt ia said thnt 21 per cent, more works greater harm to individuals and F. Steele, nt llustnti-Tlil- cinnati alt! r. m. a visit to Mrs. I. marry than blondes. Before Spring Cleaning. localities. Louisville Times. who Is a relative of tho bride. Gertrude Mors, daughter of 0 proThere aro 153 homo Building and burning planing mill Tiik fire from the Mr. IUggins Woods brought them down, H,. fessor at Hanover College, I nil., has sued Loan Associations doing business in Mu. Jons I Boslkv, editor of the Sun, nud furniture factory nt Lebanon, of F. Paul B. Scarff, of Burlington, la., a stuKentucky, with assets of $1 1,000,000. In nnd wife, of Winchester, are guests of II. Lanham A Co., detained passenger dent nt tho college, for $10,000 for breach addition there aro 11 foreign companies, MrH. Jack BoBley. train 23 nenrly two hours Wednesday. of promise to marry. hla paronts, Mr. and which have $106,000 loaned in the State. Besides the plant, threo stables, n dwellMr. Bosloy favored uh with it call McKi.vnky-Couiits. Wednesday af Since tho decision against tho con wero consumed. ternoon in Danvillo at tho residenco of when wo enjoyed an hour with ing and a stitutionality of tho dispensary law, partially insured. him very much swapping notes on our Loss, 115,000, Rev. Lapsley, Mr. A. A. McKlnnoy, as- loads of whisky are being shipped into newspaper business and hearing him of tho First National Bank, South Carolina and bar rooms are runWill Build. MrB. Judgo Stephen sistant cashier Mrs. Poklo T. Courts, ning wide open. blow about his town. What, why my money on every purchase not made at the One of Stanford, and Burch has contracted with J. L. Totten Horse Store of wero made husband and eight room dwelling on ITtfANTviniNifY. for a NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. wifo. Immediately nfterwnrds they retho lot she recently purchased from Dr. W. H. Brady. fish FiiEsu turned to the groom's homo here nnd Steelo Bailey, just beyond that gentleat S, U. man's residence on Danville Avenue. noxt morning ho was at his place in the Frksh- lino of Zoigler shoes orbank and ehe at her flourishing millinery Tho cost of tho building will bo $3,000. Shnnks'. Who try to sell Staple and Fancy Groceries and other goods too. store. Tho bride is handsome, stylish GREEN BRIAR A Menefeo'a1 estimate on it was just Plows and wagonB at cott at Farris it Sino and engaging of mauners and during her f5 moro. Work will bo begun nt once. stay hero has made many warm friends. Hardin's. Notice D. G. Slaughter1! Admr., Plaintiff., .11 of Against The groom wns born and raised here, Danks, the your trade. Wk want Sale. For almost any thing you may want. Goods Cheaper than Ever. Simon Nonius, who a week or so ngo D. G. Slaughter's llrt. and Cri., Dolts. ho has the confidenco of tho enwhere jeweler. Bhot Tom Welsh, also coloreJ, in tho leg, to a judgment herein at tho February Pursuant busis ot Court, tnu undersigned Ccm'r will Moore at tire community. Ho an excellent Judgo Plants of nil kinds for sale. O.J. was tried bofore Tuesday Ward acquitted. iness man nnd as a lover has proven him- term this nnd Orchard Crab May 14, Nowlnnd, Stnnford. self constant and true. In fact thoy have i Bothdarkiia wero drinking when Nor-ri- a both boen devotoJ to each other for years County court day for Lincoln county, betweui See the now Jewelry and wutchea at did the shooting. At tho trial Morp.m., the n a. and if they continuo to love as well the hours ofin the m. and 3btanford, atit'll at public town of Ho can't bo undersold. door Penny's. ris stated that he (.bought under the new and best their marriage can be productive only of auction to the highest tho claim b.dder, Green r ot dower of homeSprings, free lioin constitution there wns no law against I am on the market for your wool nnd happiness. Tho Intkuioii JounsALholdB stead of the decedent'i widow. ahooting a drunken negro. Now tho are The will pay na much na anybody. Sacks them both in tho highest eBteem and tmri.nlbuilding! and equipments acres,all new. Tho situated tM land consists ot loM been rpn.1v nnv time. I. M. Bruce, Stan- - question nriees as to who has of their miles from Crab Orchard, on tho road leading to them a full realization nnd explaining the new consti wishes Dripping; Springs, comprising two tracts 1.. one brightest dreams of conjugal felicity. body. tution in tho East End? I have added to my business a line of Green llrur Spring! will bo sold to pay tho dtbts ol decedctit and the costs of this action, tha Onb hundred dozon ladies' handker Dana is in Europe, but bin spirit re- proceeds 01 me personal property Quitk a largo crowd saw tho elephant chiefs. Pure llnon tianuKorcniois ai iu, lor that purpose. UeiuBtitched handker- with Col. Copeland at tho Opera Houso mains in the Sun olllco. That paper Terms 01 aaie: Ud a crouitoin monins, pur. 15.25 and 35c. bond Presidont Cleveland's letter chaiot to execute bearingwith approved security, Tuesday night, and there was n general pronounces 6 per cent, interest troni payable to Com'r, chiefs from lie up. Severance & Son. to Chauncey F. Black, of Pennsylvania, day of sale until paid and having tho force and expression of delight. Tho number was Lien retained on tho propol a Judgment Lost. Black shopping bag containing inBulliciont, however, to lift tho lecturo n dishonest document, aud says no other cflectas additional security for purchase price. erty valuaR.C. WARREN, From which I can sell you Carpets cut in any length and to match gold spectacles, money nnd otbor club out of debt and it closed its books adjective can properly describe it. Master C m r Lincoln Circuit Court for its return to Tho Kentuckian BayB that tho Paris The Commissioner will also, pursuant to said without was;c. If necessary, can order it, have it made and get it bles. Liberal reward on th'o debit aldo. Kich raon with judgment and on same terms, sell to the highest mo or this olllco. Mrs. J. E. Fnrris. liko Rev. V. E. Ellis don't mind putting Distilling Co. shipped 1,378 barrels of and best bidder at public outcry on May a8,18.;4, here in two days. county court day fcr Garrard county, at tho court up $12.20 for the good qf tho cause, but whisky by tho L. it N. to Norfolk ihis house door in Lancaster, the STORE. HOUSE Kay L. Koyck nnd hla popular wook, requiring a Hpecial train of 21 cars. and LOT, situated near Taint Lick, in tho forks of 1IKO, Clarence Tate, Will will bo with ob next Wednesday, poor 101KB makes 82 cars they huvo exported tho Richmond, Lancaster, Lowell aud Spoonville turnpike roads. music nnd mirth will Severance nnd th e writer are not particu- This May 2, when K. C WARREN, M C U I C. ,4 this season. matter. dull care nwny. Bo biuo to nttend. larly hilarious over tho drive ly Semi-Week- Interior Journal A. K. Pkhny's is the plnco to buy Jew- elry. You will find the best stock nnd lowest prices at A. It. Penny's. CHURCH AFFAIRS. m m m The Faet is This. m a We are Ready for You. I2jc. $2-1- 8c, I2c, I2c I2c, .; "' . - m j4c Call Before the Stock Is SEVERANCE & SON. broken. coum-ilme- Act : Wisely, All of y the Novelties, Mc-Kinn- cy New-lmd- 's jc Kom.-.soN,- of sister-in-la- NIE1W & BESSIMABJLM, HUGHES & TATE. : house-keepin- m m m iw WALL PAPER 8.-0- -- 1 DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. t bru-nott- e, K&inS YOUXt BEFAinXNG XONE A. PE1T1T"Z, Druggist. Wed-nesda- dry-hou- in cr PLOST! two-stor- to-da- - Commissioner's Sale -- McKinney & Hocker, CALL OUST THEM SPRINGS 1 On Itfoiulay, I894 court-housliri-K- McKINNEY & HOCKER. e con-Btrui- CARPETS! CARPET - SAMPLES, H. - r entor-taino- rs J McROBERTS. ': - -- vl? J ttt jrs rT - r r -f- prw-rrr Semi-Week- ly Interior Journp AT THE WESTERN EXPRESS. Why Its Dolay Onusod n Hnppy Marriage. "I lovo her, mother," said Gulon ll. 1. Published Every Tuoaday and Friday 3 IUCH YKAK IT VDVANCK rVhf n not so paid 33.50 will b chanfed."Wl K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Ho was not, in n, fjonernl way, much of n talker." Consequently, when ho Train naves Rowiand at 5,0 7:00 a. ra., h, V.. A j E. . r. i management. Mrs. Estcrh:ll was nervous and unaccustomed to travel. Sho I am lu.t the eliir with Register Tillmnu hns somo plain wrllselcLledbtck from MI LLIVRKV, 3 t.ri-- a n.l began to cry softly behind her veil. stack of which will words to pny nhout Eugene Gmldis, the .ell cheaper than ever. Alii. Ijnra Jaiboe, a u "Ah," she thought, "If ever I live to pennrtilmmer from Cincinnati, has engaged with republican treasury employe who is try- me and I can guarrntre satisfaction In every parpet safe home ngaln, I'll stay there. I'll never tempt Providence more, on ing to prevent hta removal by nn appeal ticular Call aad see my goods IMISSLICCIK IIRAZLKY, these night roads." to tho Federal court. Mr. Tillmnn says Stanford, Ky. Tho young man smiled slightly. Across the aisle two young girls were ROUTE. QUEEN & CRESCENT Gnddis has been guilty of the most disit"Mother," said he, "the diamond d seated tho ono nnd rather graceful conduct, Hshio from tho fact that Ladies, Your Attention, Please. Going North trains pass Junction Citjr as fol self hardly possesses its true financial plain, as Mrs. Estcrhall had already his politics is objectionable. o a. m. veslows: vestibule starts valuo until tho facets are ground with noticed by tho light of tho cluster of tibule Limited 3:35 p. m Lccal x:io p. m. Floilia much friction." lamps under which they were seated; Limited 3:23. am Our better halves sar they could not ticp house My Stock Mllllnory without Ch.mbei Iain's Cough Rtmedr. It is us. tfouth ft O. Vestibule la 18 p. m. Florida "Humph!" said Mrs. Estcrhall. "No the other a brilliant young brunette, s m. Local 11:53 p. ni. d in mora thin htlfthfl homes In Lrotls, Sims Is bel g rapidly opened and it embraces every, Limited a:i$a ono is talking of diamonds." with 60ft hazel eyes, peachy cheeks. Vestibule arrives Suo p. m. Urn... Lcr.li, Iowa. Tins .hows the esteem In thing pretty ami stylish. I have eugafed Miss ulia Stitt.of Cincinnati, Uf trie forme. SJc is a which thai remedy Is held where It lis. lxen sold "I may bring her to see you, mother?" nnd wavy hair, brushed lor cars ana Is well kn wn. .Mo! tiers nao warn- lady of much opcriencH and taste arid It lute to Mrs. Estcrhall snook her head. carelessly back from n low, broad foreed that thrre Is nothing so Ruod for colds, croup givit satisfaction. An otamination of fivsda ia Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., "I have no desire to receive her," said head. Presently the latter rose, and, and whooping cough, that it rurcs iIicmi ailments MKS I'OKIK T COURT, to quickly and permanently, and that it Is ple.sant she. "But, Guy, here aro tho tickets coining to Mrs. Esterhnll's side, asked Miners and shippers of the GENUINE and sale for children to talcn. sjandjoctnt Unfor Henry Irving Carrie Chip- in a soft, sympathetic voice: ties for sate by Dr. 8.G. llockcr, UruKKUt, pendale has promised to accompany mo "Aro 3ou ill, madam?" I mm of course, you will be on hand at "N no," stammered the old lady, Duciiln'eArnlca Salvo. Tiry it. We are the sole agents tor Stanlord Jand half-paseven to bo our escort?" nrland. Office corner ot Depot street and rail-The best salve In tht world tor cuts, bruises quite forgetful of her society dignity. Two doors above sorts, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sorrs, tetter, chapAlways en hand road crossing. "If you wish it, mother." "Only I am so faint nnd weary. I exHIGGINS & WATTS. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup 6 The old lndy smiled to herself when pected to dine at home, long before this ti ons anispotitiwly cures piles or no pay requir Tho Nobiest and Nicest Goods? Guion was gone. ed. It guaranteed to ki. perlecl satisfaction hour; nnd I took almost nothing to eat A. S. l'nco 15 cents pr boi Can Ixi hsd in the market, Trices lower than or moiiy refunded, "A little management," she thought, before I started." the Kor sale by A. K. I'ennv, Stanlord, Ky. lowest Mourning gtods a specially. Call and tSBBRip SURGEON DENTIST. "a llttlo judicious firmness, and Guy fim let luaYAtaa Kin Ii.h. "I hnvosomo nice, homemade chicken will get over this boyish funcy of his. sandwiches in my bag," suggested tho Those who never read the advertisement) in MakV DAVIS DUDDKRAR. Office over McRoberts Drug Store In the ne Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager. tneir newspapers miss more than they presume Stanlord, Ky Owilev Buildlnir. The idea of a shop girl for my daugh pretty girl. "My nunt insisted on my low. Jonathan Kenisou, ot ltolali, Worth coutny, In Stanfard. COMMERCIAL III.OCK for Mrs. Guion Esterhall! 1 taking them, although I dined heartily his who had been troubled with rheumatism back, arms and shoulders, read an item In his suthink tho lad must h ave taken leave of before leaving home; nnd I have a llttlo per about how a prominent Cerman cltitrn of t his senscsl" D. S. M.dlMn had been cured. He p'ocured the same alcohol lamp with every convenience And in her secret heart she rejoiced for making n good, strong cup of tea ns medicine, and to use his own words. "It cured me tight up.' He aUo says- "A neighbor and his At the old stand ol J, II, Green, In F. B. RILEY.JProprletor, with an oxcucding great rejoicing when welL If you will allow me to prepare wi'e were both sick in bed with, rheumatism Miss Chippendale arrived that evening, Their txiy was over to my house and said they - Kontucky Kentucky. in a palo-blu-e it for you" London, - I told him Hustonvillo, wpr so bad he had to do the cooking moire gown, cut decolMrs. Esterhall was a genuine tea of Chamberlain's I'sin llalm ami how It had cured I have moved to my new Hotelland am better lete, with n glittering necklace around me he got a bottl. and it cured them up In a Has lust rrccived an excellent addition la hi. maniac. A new brightness prepared than ever to accommodate the public. UA ef furniture and terdially msites you to call her perfect white throat, and a bunch her eyes at this suggestion. came into wok. jo cent botsles lor sale by Or S. O. llockGood Livery attached and every convenience andfsamin.it. He u also agent lor lh Oilier cr, DrUjslst.Stsnfo-d- . Give me a call. of hothouse roses in her cors.tge. Chilled and Silver Slel Plows as well as repairs "You are very kind," said FRANK RILEY. 77 ler same. Nonlows stand higher In the estima"If wo aro to have a private box," you will want it yourself." she. "Hut tion ef the public than these, tilt stock ol harncsa said Miss Chippendale, buttoning the and saddles is larger than ever. Has also aJCed a line of lluggica, Surreys and Stoves. seventeenth button of her glove, "one for"No," smiled tho girLold "I don't care tea. Dut my kind nunt would U.S. CARI'KNTKR. may as well go in full dress, don't you When 3Wy nui stele, we pave her Ca'tnrl. put tho things in. Now I am glad that JELLICO TENNESSEE, know?" When hi sa it Cliikl, sho cried for Castorla. I iiavk turned ovpr my wool hiiiiint'fs "My dear, you aro looking lovely," she did so." Mrs. J. B.j Montgomery, Prop. said .Mrs. Esterhall, approvingly. In fivo minutes Mrs. Estcrhall had to Mr. I. M. Bruce. See him before yon When aht Uvanw MU aho clung- to CaAUirl. , , ,. ., When aho luxd Children, sho geetlirni CxtorU. Miss Chippendale was a sort of hu- eaten and drunk and felt Infinitely re- sell. T. A. Ursdlev. U'e have opened on Tpot Street a freshed. How it happened sho did not The best hotel In the city and the only one with man camellia japonica fair, graceful JlutcherShop where e will keep at all limes the a sample room Tor drummers Especia attention and serene with bit, expressionless pauso to question herself, but she presbest meats thsl the country alforda. We will hanto the traveling public. Rates fj. dle nothing but the best and will Wrinkle, nnd hollow cheeks, nnd dull, ently found herself reclining comfortbluo eyes, cherry-relips, , THE OLD hair, drawn in Huffy ciimps over her ably, with her head on a pillow impro- sunken tyi-p- don't nlwwys mean that n CASH ONLY, forehead, and an unchanging societ' vised out of the folded blanket shawl woman's old- Uulf '.he. lime, tliev only We are authorised to announce As we can not keep boola. Oar customers will smile perpetunlly hovering around her that belonged to the young girl; and, show Ihnt she's overworked or miflering. be served In the best style rnd we solicit the patevery woman who is B. lips. She had been highly educated, mingled with her drows reflections, To such women, to Dr. ronage Uf the nubllC V lllll hill - .r ?w SAM B. WARNACK.Pror. . . .......: r.f. irivn.1 r.,. Picrco's Favorite soft, low murmurs of tho tired or alllictcil, unu nogs. Arl J.K.SU.N .'AIIKACO.."' nnd she was destined by her parents to came the Prescription safely and certainly brines A candidate for Representative in Congn.s,ofsub. liiucjm ea k.. Bweet-cye- d who had changed c,aiwiU .' a brilliant to London, - - KENTUCKY. mako belonged match. The Chippen- her scat andbrunette, her companion to back health and t run nth It's a legiti- Eighth the acticn ol the OemiKratle party the Congressional insttul 01 itcniucay that of dales to tho aristocracy that ASSIGNEE'S SALE Or Refitted and refurnished and in every w lypre the ono directly back of Mrs. Estcr- mate medicine that corrects and cur en; a invigorates ates is to say, they had never dono any pared to attend the wants of the public. ...salk or. hall, nnd was talking almost in a tonic thatthat soothes and builds up; a very reasonable. work and had always spent a great nervine nnd strengthens A deal of money. And Mrs. Esterhall whisper. For all the derangements, irregularities "No, I am not going back; and I do nnd weeknecees peculiar to women, it is had decided that Carrie Chippendale JOHNSON'S not intend to cornmunicata my nddrcs the only guaranteed remedy. At KIngsvillo, Kontucky. If it MAGNETIC OIL! was tho very wife for her son. doepn't benefit or cure, you havo your As F.sccutor of V M. Illggins, deed, I will Instant Klllerol Pain. Sho went shopping tho next day, to o anyone." on sell at public auction on the premises monuy back. "Not even to him?" Internal and External. match a shade of lierlin wool, to buy As assignee of (.lass ,V Jutcsou, I will, until Cares RHEUMATISM. NEURAL "No, notcvon to htm." some lace flounces nnd to decide on new UIA, Lnrao Hack, Sprain, llrufreg, May 31, 1894, ianhcr notice, sell It won't do to experiment with CaT Swelling, Still Joints, COLIO and "Hut he loves you, dear." portieres for her drawing-roodown .(jitAAira lnstentiy. unoiera aior- tarrh. There's tho constant danger of ........The Farm of..... COST "Yes; and that Is the very reason 1 driving it to tho lung. Ynu enn have at Esterhall manor. At one or two dus, unran.inpineno, Bore inroat, HEADACHE, as If by magic. o'eloclc she experienced, not hunger, am determined to create no dissension a perfect and permanent euro with Dr. The stock of merchandise at Klngsrllle which Acres Land, TH, HORSE BHAND, (.lass .V Johnson assigned to me for the benefit of but & lady-llksensation that "tired between him and his friends. Perhaps Sage's Cntnrrh Hemohy. tlmruott Powerful and Penetrating Lluiiuentf or Mnu nature" needed some sort of "bweet ho will forgot me." About 73 Aciesln cultivation now, the remainder th.ir cred tors The stock consists of Dry Goods. or Boast In existence. Large 1 size 73a, Wc size 40c Iloets.bhoes, in gras. , situated 4 mil s from Crab Orchaid, IS 1 his Is a fine Hats, Caps, Xollous. Groceries. Ac! "Ho will never do that" restoration." chance for bargains Any person miles from Stsnlcrd and mile from Cedar Creek JOHNSON 3 ORIENTAL SOAP. A Million Frlondd. desiring to bur the stuck as a whole will do well Two story tram L. N. on "I will go Into Maricotta's," sho "Hut at least I shall feel that I have A friend In need Is a friend indeed and ot less Mallou, four the omt &also railroad. room and kitchen, to call on me for terms. Medicated and Toilet. The Great Skin Cure and timing r house, Fnca Beautified Ladles wll find It c most thought. girl, than one million have found just such a friend in porches. ,VC, good cistern, .mote nouse, an ice All persons indebted to the firm mn.i dono my duty," said tho hazel-eye. .... dolloate and highly perfumed Toilet Sonp on EDWARD ALCORN, Maricotta's was full, as it generally firmly. "I shall love him to the end of Dr. Kings ew Discovery for Consumption, house, douole cbin In yard. Urge barn, two corn and settle with me. tho market. Itts absolutely pure. Makos the a IH.cksinilh Shop, " houses haver ever used Coughs and Trust!. cribs, .kin ooft end velvety and restores the lost com was at that time of day; but presently his days, but I shall not have ruined vreat Cough Colds Ifrou trial win convince this Tools, two buggy farm willand oflrred In two tracts you be i a luxury for the Bath for Medicine, oae Ar The Flexions. Itching. clennes tho scalp and Infants. the old lady succeeded In obtaiulnga seat his future." promotes that It has wonderful curative powers in all dis and as a whcle. Land notes will bear Inl.rest tUo growth of hair. I'rlco20c. rorealoby In 6 d the Throat, do all that Is claimed or boti.iM. in per in a curtained angle, where the waiter "And all this," cried the companion, eases guaranteed to Chest and Lungs, hach mon irnm Jan.one third six it months and In tle is months: NATIONAL BANK took salad and In A. Trial bottles free A. R. PENNY, Ky. a cup her order for a chickenshe heard n "out of deference to tho whims of an er will'sbe refunded. Large bottles jocaod at$1. R siamonths Good school calves.mile of house. Aldernev cows with of tea. Just then old woman whom you have never seen!" l'tnn) diug store. OF STANFORD. KY. a cows and calves. clear, low voice on the other side of "Out of deference to his mother, ..IK YOU ARE GOING 5 cows without calves tho drapery, as a party settled them- Alice," gently corrected the first steer. t Blgr Succossoa.t Capital Stock- Four male cow. selves to a table Miss Chippendale's speaker. Havlntr the needed merit to more than male calves 5 Surplus soft, tones. "What a quixotic notion!" dreamily gooit all the advertising claimed for them, the fol- - i saws and pigs. .THE...... iiwing nnir rrmruiri nave rescued 13 shoats. "Oh, yes, Irving was very fine," said mused Mrs. Esterhall. "I5ut she has an salr. Dr King's New Uiseimery, a pncnurncnai Attention of th. public is invited to the fsc for consump male hog. Carrie. "Oysters, please a c a work hotscs. t good bKgy mare that a lady can that this Is the only National Hank in Stanford lion, Couch and Colds, each bottle excellent Idea of duty, this dark-eyeUnder the provisions of the National (link Act ltitters, the great remedy for Liver Stom drive, for ore and fritters for two nnd three llttlo girl!" depositors are secured sot only by the capital s vounc mare in foal by Ilackly's saddle hrte. alve. inn ach and Kidneys lUKklrn's Arnica cups of Vienna chocolate, nicely lock, but by the stockholders liability lor an is you, all over, Efiie! ' said the tet in the world, and Dr. King's New Life Tills, 3b hind ef sheep "That amount equal to the stock, .0 that depositors ol . iS iambs. frothed, waiter but all tho same, I friend. "You are alwaj's effacing your- which area perfect pill All these remedies are Hojsehold and kitchen Urnltare, fsrmmg is. ihis institution arc secured by a fund of $oo,ooo what is claimed nearly died of ennui. The old lady is self in Javor of some ono else. Here guaranteed to do just name is attached for them pigments, such as .bivel and turning plow s, I hay rive sworn statements oftheconditlon of the bank herewith and the dealer whose wagon, are made tho most dreadful bore you ever know, you are giving all your tea and sandl be jtlsd tel vou more of them. SoU at A rake, mowtnir nsacrlne, t corn shcller, com ment and each y.arto the United States governLouisville . Nashvillc R. R. its assets are esamlncd at staled tunes rockaway, spring wagon, nnd Guy is a regular prig. Handsome, wiches to a person you have never R. l'enny's Drug Mme cru her, wheal fan, t straw cutter, plow gear, by government agents, thus securing addititooa you know, and very talented, of course; heard of, abandoning your seat to a rtAls a Vol ot baauu, lard, inegar, torn, hay, and perfect safety 10 depositors. la the line for you, as its This institution, originally established as tU It svill be an agreeable surprise to persons sub straw, etc. but one don't want to bo on f poor little woman with a crying baby, ot o acres, well timDeposit Hank of Stanlord in iljj, then tn learn that altacks ef aim a parade as to one's brains the whole becauso it is a trifle nenrcr the store, Ject tomay be had bilious colicChamberlain's prompt bered, un track of knob landnear Cots (jap, sold lied as the National Hank ol .Stanford In i(6 and by taking Oltenhcim pike Colic, relief as Ihe First National Hank ol again . time. He isn't half ns nice as Freddie and, to cap everything, giving up tho Cholera and Dlarrhccs Itemcly. In irar.y Instan- separate. Make close connections at Stanford in ibs, has had practically an uninterprevented by taking this All sums under $10 cah. All overdue J Fortune only poor dear Fred hasn't a man you love and who loves you, be- ces the attack may be nrst svtnpmm 01 tne ills from day of saie and rupted vtistcncecf is years - soon atne Ills Utter suppllsd 1, iit, with '"inr-remedy LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI ceni 10 uiess inmseii with, ana papa cause " aosv with Utilities for transacting business prompt &. tinr x and so eflt lftotllet far ult .bv I)r lruriw! hv tirsonal security.il HIGCIN, Kv ly and liberally than ever before in its long and For all points. finiMist. Stanford looks thunderclouds at me whenever ho honorable career Accounts of corporaUons. fidu"Hecuuse it is my duty," said ECie. SO Heeler. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. calls. Hut onco I'm married. It " ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully sollc- "Plense, Alice, don't lot us discus the HAGCUGE CHECKED THROUGH A chorus of well-bregiggling inter- matter tiny longer. It is boeause I lovo For any information enquire of Th Directory ol this Hank is composed ol JOES. KICK. Agent, rupted Carrie's words. .Mrs. Estcrhall Guy that I am willing to sacrl lice everyHorcius Reid, Lincoln county ; Stanford, Ky Or rose hurriedly from her seat, grasped thing for his sake." W. A McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, S. T. Harris, Lincoln; hex gloves and eyeglasses and made ull "Guy! HIcsb my soul! Guy!" thought Junction City, Ky O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; haste out of the restaurant. When tho Mrs. Esterhall, sitting suddenly up. J. YV. Hayden, Stanford; ;.)ir,H. Castleman. Dealer in A. G. Lanham waiter came with tho chlckcn-salaS.H. IlaughmaoLineoln; "But, of course, there are other Guys and tho tea he found his customer than mine in tho world." J. S. Mocker. Stanford; gone. Tho unconscious Miss ChippenW A. Trlt.Me, Stanford; Just then there was a tremblo of the FURNITURE, MOULDINGS, WINDOW M. D. Klmorc, Stanford; dale and her friends enjoyed their V- frozen ground under them, a roar and T. P. lllll, Stanford. ienna chocolate and oj'ster fritters very rush of lighted cars past them. MATTRESSES, &c. K. L. Tanner, McKinneyf mucli indeed. r'AmnitHU AMlliliHnn "Tho western express at last!" shoutM..; .Miller, Ml. YerBOB Mrs. ksterhall decided to return to ed tho choleric old gentleman, bobbing S. llocker, President; J. Just received a new line of tho manor at once. Carrie Chippen- up in his sent like an r ball. John J, McRoberts, Cishier; OF LIVERPOOL,. dale's graceful treachery had affected A. A. McKinney. Assistant Cashier. "All bawled tho conduc Picture Mouldings, Pictures, Rattan Rockers, Bed Lounges, Spring her more than she had deemed possi- tor, with a twitch at the nnd Edge Couches, HhII Trees, Large French Plate Mirrors, and, BARBEE&CASTLEMAjN ble;explainleaving a hastily written note on moved the train at last, creaking Ladies' Desks, Etc. to to Guion that she had nl nnd groaning like some monster serMANAGERS, Co tered her plans, sho took the late pent in pain. Mrs. Estcrhall leaned Call and see me before buying. I will save you money. which reached Clevedon Junc- over the back of tho seat, toward tho OrSTANFORD,"KY., oommerce Building, Louisville tion nt nine, there connecting with a hazel-eyeglrL I now fully organised and ready for W. V. WITHERS. business wits branch train for Estcrhall station. She Agants throughout the South. "My dear," said sho, between tha was traveling alone, as her maid re- throbs of the engine, "is it Guion EsPaid up Capital of - - $200,000. to up Surplus, . W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agont, mainedher packnext tho last things and terhall that you are speaking of?" 2C0OO. follow day. the Tho girl started nnd colored. Sho STANFORD, KY. SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL There had been a heavy snow-fulcould not repress a cry of surprise. DANK OK STANFORD. the night had settled down dark and "Yes, I thought so. Come over here Now closing up) with the same ass. U and undo tempestuous, and tho train was run-ni- n and v the same management. ULCERS, sit by me. I nra his mother, and By provisions of its chatter, depositors ar g behind time. 'At lust it came to a I at to talk to you." want rully protected as aie depositors In National CANCERS. full stop. Mrs. Estcrhall started from Banks, its shareholders being held individually It was two o'clock in tho morning tiaOlC 10 the Client at th n doze and looked anxiously around immint nl .U.I. .. c SCROFULA, when they reached Esterhall station, therein at the par value thereof, in addition to Ida her. amount invested in such shares. It mar acta SALT RHEUM. "Ten o'clock!" some one snld, con- but the covered sleigh was waiting for asccutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. sulting a watch. "Why, conductor, wo them, with hot soapstono RHEUMATISM, To those who entrusted their buislness to and about half a ton of fur robei wm.q ranaginu tne Lincoln National Bank ns BLOOD POISON. aro due at Clevedon at five minutes ol and wrappings. And Efilo Dallas nine!" Stanford, w we here tender our many thanks aasj trust they will continue to transact their business WHAT DOES MEAN? "Yes, I know, sir," spoke the official, stepped into the luxurious conveyance arising these and every kindred disease with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt n from impure blood successfully treated by "but the road is all blocked, and the with Mrs. Esterhall, for the old lady to am., our twenty year' eapananc It nctsi taat th. Queen and Cr.srmt Rout. Is IT tail. shtrvst had insisted on taking Elllo home with banking and as liberal accommodations as are con-la and beat of all tonka and western express is overdue at this point. that te'.wrt.i C!netnu.i ttnl U ortuut tainiLs iWtatt Cnclutl t sistent with sound banking. Siiiilna'.iurtcstL'uuIiuiatl tu .wOHisu; IrtiuiUsskaruat medicines, We're waiting hero for the signal to her to tho manor. Cl&rlniuU W Chattauooca, AlUnu, ur jMkicaTl'J., 1'lorii. "She is such a contrast in every way move on." J..Wil.i.nl,Mt.V,:r,noTaSK,i SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS Chippen"And what's to keep us from waiting to that selfish, H. H. Shanks, Stanford; points, Through Cars to VIckstareandfhr.T.- dale girl," said Mrs. Estcrhall. "I'll retweenallef th.sW. nil night?" petulantly Inquired tho old jwrt. Onlr ltu. runnlnz tarous:i call llntunall u Kuoivlll. uil J. S. Owsley, Stanford; telegraph to Guion at once. Really, it gentleman. un.ant or .Ain.vuit. . . c. iiUHiet nn. to itiutna ioiuo via S J. Embry, Stanford; via Hhravetiurt. A,k .rent, shunt tour, to California. Frvm Luulivlll. does seem as if there was a special "Nothing, sir unless tho western Shflbrvlll. ab4 Lawrcnemrr. direct cuUAtWk U mad. at Lcaluiwa J. a. Owsley, Stanford; to Ul ptlitts South. vita vtstllcleJ tralu providence in our train being kept so llcoka on Blood and Skin express Is heard from." tV. C. BINEARSOK, J. F.; Cash, Stanford; Diseases free. Mrs. Esterhall began to be a little long waiting for tho western express Gcn'l 1'aii'r Aftat, ClachmaU. 0. ' William Gooch, Stanford; Printed testimonial sent on to pass." frightened. A. W. Carpenter, MUIedjpvilU, K? application. Address As if there is not u "special proviQUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. "Conductor," said she, "is there any W. H. Cumatiui, Prtachertrill dence" in everything that hnppenscla S. H. Shanks, President; danger of a collision?" Swift Specific Co., Dr.y.'B. Owslar,Caihi.r, "No, ma'am not as long as wa're on this world of ours! Amy Randolph. In ATLANTA. OA. jN. Y. Ledger. W.M. Bright, Tellar, this side of the switch." I -lit-tlper-poncon-bent- fire, was too much tho clear, ,.....: 37 pm excited to consider nil this. Mail trim going North.. "Tho wife of my .sou, Uuion," said ..........iss, pn " " souta ...... 11 st pm she, "should bo a lady, born and bred Express train " South.. am " North.. ,......31 a not ono of those pirls who have had to 936 a Local Freight North.. soma. ,.107P m fight the world until all gentleness, The latter trains also carry passengers. grnco and unselfishness arc ground out Tha abort U calculated on ttandard time. S0U1 of them. 2s o, I can never give my im U about 10 minutes fatter. sea-coal Li AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. returning senso and rarity. Hut Mrs. Estcrhall, tho fine old lndy who sat erect before spoke, his words liad the weight of "Isn't there a dining car attached to this train?" "No, ma'am this isn't tho through express, but I hope wo shall not bo detained hero much longer," tho conductor cheerfully added. Slowly tho minutes dragged themselves by, gradually lengthening Into hours. Tho passengers gathered in knots and whispered. Ono or two of tho more adventurous spirits got out, peered into the dnrkness, flecked only by tho driven snow, nnd then got in ngaln, with tho customary uncomplimentary comments on tho railway l" pale-face- Ultie-Ura- Blue-Gra- dark-brow- n Original Jellico Coal. PRICE, to-nig- st ter-in-la- w THE RILEY HOUSE d. Th. Florono Hotal, Lire Stork rnlnta. Pot nud handle colts sufficiently to innko thorn goutlo nnd easily breakable, but never piny with them. If you do, you will nmko tweky horses of thorn. Wo havo Intoly seon a magnificent trotting stallion that had to bo approached with caution lecauto ho had ,1111 nnd dangoroua lmblt of suddenly roaring nnd striking with his foro feet ntivooplo. Do meant no harm. Ho meant only play, but horso play is neither unfo nor agreeable, whether nniong horses or humah beings who sometimes imitate it. Tho stallion in question had been played with during hl.s colthood nnd tints formed tho habit of rearing nud striking nt boys when ho was a cuto o s fellow. Now it is not snfo for unncqualnted with this peculiarity to approach him. Tho year 180 witnesses tho beginning of tho exportation of fat mutton sheep from tho United States to England. Tho first enmo fiMn .Montana. Ono consignment oi G82, another of 1,500, wero shipped from Chicago. vmeneau mimon can got as good n nanio in Europo ns American pork now has. Tho only troublo about Polling it is that the inhabitants of Euroio havo not much of anything to pay for itwitli. All their money is required to keop up vast standing armies. Abortion In ninres is n disease, and it Is contagious or epidemic, it is not certain whiclu When it apponrs in a neighborhood or county, it is npt to go througli. This much is known, hut not much mora How to provout tho disastrous nilmcnt is something tho horso breeders havo not yet found out August and February aro tho best mouths to nmrkut hogs, so far as good prices pa A successful hog breeder writes: "Right hero let mo strongly emphasize this point, keop your hogs nnd thoir quarters ns clean as you possibly cm It will pay." Georgo II Nowoll reminds fanners that no jiiisttno is profitable which takes three or four acres to support n cow. incon-veniout A Train or Thenht The Davis Verticil Sewing Is frequently tho result of contemplation of a summer outing nnd where it should bo spent, nnd if properly followed Are lh best because hey run llghttr and can do it will lend to your taking a trnln of the a greater variety of work than any othir sewinir machlnc. The Wisconsin Central from tho Grnml CenLincoln County tral Pnesengur Station, OhiCHgo, for Ijtke Ladles Villa, Antioeh, Burlington, Mukwonngn, Are cordially Invited to call at the St Asaph Waukeshn. Wnupncs, Ashland or pome Hole! and examine the machine, as well as samof its McMUKKAY IIKOS. other equally popular resort where rest, ples U ti work. Stanlord, Ky enjoyment, rerrention nnd sport Hro to bo pleutitude. For defrrip-tiv- o had in nil their ... .YOU AK pamphlet, "Along tho line," write to Imp .; Pond, 'loneral l'nseenger Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. M Mts -- of Bospeotfuilly Invited. 1 of I d. Us-lor- iMLTT-jJLiTlX-JZllEZ- -Zr I'osl-Ollic- e. CARPENTER, well-know- XTew Mat Shop. . 1 first-class 53-6- d flax-gol- d JACKSON HOUSE, - SELI. FOR 1 Hon. JAS. t HcCREAKV f.- -l a I l.-- Ji-5- m Land, Stock, Crop, &c. Stock of Merchandise m Thursday, 234 AT FOR CASH! kWTSg&U o of 1 d Stanford, "' One-thi- nt one-lhl- rd FIRST - ItfORTH m WEST, r 1 S200.000 21,300 well-modulate- d 1 box-sto- d guarantccd-Klectri- yAj if I 1 two-hoi- 1 1 1 1 1 - ull-drc- ss double Daily Trains mu-sr- 1 - I V d We W. WITHERS d ROYAL SHADES, 'jUuiauiG Lu...ua.iT india-rubbe- abo-o-ard- !" bell-rop- e; s, Farmers BanMTrnst d l, IF 17 m vN 1S Vs ff foot-warme- rs bo-fo- re 109 23 90 C If attaa-tio- naver-falUii- SitaisSSS -- cold-hearte- d v k J , ' y J . -- .. i- - A . JjJ JtCjaV j. jMsmssyaajLj T