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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894050401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi Weekly Interior Journal vol. XXII. HUSTONVILLE. CHURCH AFFAIRS. ' STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MAY 4. 1894. MIDDLEBURC. CASEY COUNTY. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. 1 NO. 19 u -- Uiiny weather Imi prevented tho -- There in hi .Jerusalem a brand, of, -- Corn planting wTll hooii lie over, Mrs E. C. Montgomery sol to farmers from finishing their corn plant- - the Young Women's Christian Associ- Williams a lot of shoata at l . Wliat is looking lino in this locality, ation which numbers about SO members. ity. Tho kid Imee ball nine went over to -- Mr. W. M. McAfee arrived homo Kll. K J. Willi- -, of Parkland, who -T- bere is said to be n number of base Danville on Monday and defeated tho moniiny ininm ir.P uiui in uui-uaii 10 serve .1.in.! ciiuroii . nt Turners- - counterfeit half dollars mid .inarters in club at that place. . .......... !..... . I because my friends trade with me, for which I appreciate and thank r. .1 i ..III. miii prcacu mere next anmiiiy ni circulation iur vine, ..Ill icuoeti f.. Burnt iiiiik. Tho postollica hss been removed here them veiy much. I don't know a better way to 'get your trade than .MlrsCiertrudo Grady, of CohiiiibU, .11a. m. T. J. Spears has several apple trees into one of the storerooms in the new visiting tho Miea Hogle last week. Rev. John Hall Gibson closed his on which the fruit was not killed. They Owsley block. It makes a neat, conven- to get was She returned homo the tlrst of tho week. meeting nt Curbin with 17 niblitioiiH, have just begin to bloom. ient and roomy ollice. G-OOID- S .lohathau Itussell ami Steve Dryo among whom wero a Methodist preacher A II. Koyalty is teaching fiinginir at The local base ball nine has arranged minnows, inml wife. ix confessed the lat night. Grove. The Sunday-Schowent to the Fork Hilling for out there is to play a game with thu Nicholasville For you to select from. The following is the program for the In a. il iiirishini rnmlitinn Mr. Tone lliinn and his daughter were team on the tatter's grounds tho 11th k. Souii - Annual County Convention at the here this TIih woods are full of candidates for inst. which is the ilstu of the oratorical Messrs. Jeffrey Yeager and A. J. (JhriNtian church, Turnersville, May 1. magistrate in thh precinct, although tho contest In that city. The General Conference of the 0H. jmyH ,.H,t than S2.j per year. It ice, of llojrle, were in town Sunday. Kov. W. C. Young, of Danville, will A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, Caps, Fans, Ice While hero they went calling on some Methodist Episcopal church, South, was Mrs. F. Delk fell .Saturday while out preach nt tho Presbyterian church SunMy prices are tempting. Come this week if you begun in MemphiH Wednesday night. looking alter her chickens, and striking day morning aud an cllort will be made Cream Freezers. 'hello." young ladies, who don't say correspondent was invited to len llishops ami over UK) delegates are ,er head against a rail, cut an ugly gash to get him to preach at the union meet- want shoes an other goods cheap for cash. Your n tea party given by Miss Hussiu Mooro in auentiance. just above her eye. ing at tho Hiptist church at night. It is staled that the proportion lost Saturday night and the occasion was Wild turkeys are occasionally seen Mr. W O. Ihgney, the undertaker, one as bright as it has over been his luck of drinking saloons to population hasde- - in the woods hereabout since tho lias purchased a handsome vehicle to be Icreaned in this country since ISriifrnin to attend nnd squirrels used by the pall bearers at funerals, the new game Thu visit of tho young ladles from one for every l!2 people to, in 18U:t, one are as plentiful as snow birds in winter fiiia is a decided improvement, as tho Stanford was quite a treat and wo hope every '111. Let the war an tbo tralllc mid gentle as cats. long walk to the cemetery is very fatigu they will come again soon, for wo don't proceed, till every ruin saloon is inude A pack of hounds chased a fox Wed mg, especially to old men. havo many pretty girls up hero that show to go Tho fight on tho whisky question at llro. Weaver reports n glorious work nesday morning till it was bo nearly ex themselves. hausted that it took refuge in Mr. T. J. Huckeye is getting pretty hot, with both of grace at Stanford. The "holiness' Ttio botany class, chaperoned by the people bail been there and had "torn up" Spears' kitchen. Mr. S. being awakened sides claiming they will win. A number teachers, went botanizing last Friday things generally. In tiieir meetings they by the barking of the dogs, went in and of prominent temperance speakers have When they got well started it looked as calling bis ton Charlie they attempted to bi'en taking part, among them the famous would bump their heads on the lloor to if the whole school was gone, but step"get nn Hgony on." Ho preached on capture it alive. They threw nn old coat preacher, Young, of Cynthiaua. ping on the inside you found the house Tho L. it IN. railroad people have Scilptura) canctiflcation, and tiis sermon over it, and Charlie seized it with both full of bright pupils. bands, but Mr. Fox wns not to bo taken changed their minds and will leave the s rantrr'iJ.y;i?-r- v was well received, though nil the points in HEW" Tlio boya had aomu fun out ol a t .i it "o.iness ii preacners wero answer- - that way, and with a quick snap bit Western Union telegraph ofiiee here. If ' i i young man of your town, the other Charlie through the hand which caused they want to take anything away, let it We can furnish any grade Bicycle at a price that will JI. .& ItllKC IIUIIIUPI .tDIU IH4UIH1 iVJ k(JU him to relinquish his hold, d night. They took liim out on the when Mr. bo their old jerkwater train. W could church, llro. Weaver speaks in high O-OOIplko and had ouo fellow on the Speara dispatched it with a club. Char. better do without it than tho telegraph When this whs praise of Pastor Sizemoro's work. Wes- liithas h pretty sore hand as n result of ollice. roadside to fire a shot. tern IJeeorder. Examine our prices before making order elsewhere. See our Stock. done the Iwys pay he simply Hew. Miss Lucy Ford, after a pleasant I. Devotional Exercises, W. 1. Shanks, bis tussle with the varmint; says ho will WlHiam Dinwiddle went to Liberty tncklo another under the same circum- visit to Miss Julia Held, returned to Lexi.:u) a. m. Friday. M. F. North was summoned to ington Monday. Miss Fannio Shugars - Welcome Address, Win. llrooks, stances Lancaster Monday on legal basinets. Miss baa returned from McCreary. l). 15 a. M. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. 1'rof It. F. HUkeiuan was in town Sun-- j liurnsido has been visiting Miss Jennie 8 President's Address, W. Carter, day mid Monday. While hero he made; Dr. Hemp lias jumped up to So per Katie McGrath at Ilryantaville. 1(1 A. M. n cab on his best girl. Judge Stone, of Tom Hood returned to Lexington nfter cwl. I. Christ Will Come Where ho is WelLiberty was at the college Monday. Yesgc & Yeager sold to Jacob Fox, a short visit to his sister, Miss come, Eld. .las. Itillou, 10:10 a. M. Brej J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. liio j ouug ladles of tbis town . MiFS Allie Anderson leaves next week of Indianapolis, a bay gelding for fori o. Missionary Motives, J. S. Hooker, somewhat angry with the rejvorter M. S. lUiighinan sold to Dr. lluch-anafor Knoxville, Tenn., to visit her sister, 23d, 1894. 10:10. giving them throe words by which to of IudiaiiHiuiis, a saddle mare for Mrs. W. It. Marrs. Mrs D. M Lackey (J. Preparation of the Lord's Way, Kid. Full corps of Comurvatory ami Normal School tochcrt. superior courses in Literature, Mmlc oo address their Irienda. Hut some of them SI 'Jo is visiting in Louisville. W. L. Williams, 11:10. An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues nnd circulars furnished on application. say that it wns the best thing that could - Tohn Anderson nought in the 7. Appointing of Committees, 11: 10. have come out in the new. Girls, don't section a lot of fut cuttle ut 1'jc ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. AltJiU'll.VMKNT. get too angry and compel us to use to L'ic S. I) jvotional Exercises, E. H. Duaaluy, lwo lotojraph galleries pitched nanus which e can do if necessary. Alex Martin sold to W. I. Henin, of 1::J0 m. their tents here yesterday. 1 ho Beach Grove Society met Wt, the East End, n ouiich ol steers and 0. Obstacles to our Work, J. T. Brown One of the Signal printers got his Friday night, their usual time of meet- i iieifers at 51". 1:15. head meshed in a job press. Ing anil entertained a good croud. Mies! - FOR Directum, 'J:03, Jogs from 10 to 15 10. Address, V. N. liriney, '.':00. Tiltnan Gilpin, of Uroadhead, has Alice Dryo, tbo belle of Hustoiiville, remiles daily. He is mid to be in excelof Evangelist, Eld. J. G. II. secured a patent on a rail drill. cited and did heiself more than justice. lent form this y.'si. Livingston, 'J: Id. James Taylor, St., was adjudged inseclety needs is a few more ladles All the Thariif Ims sold to J. W. Bond it Report of Committees, Discussion, A: a sane and sent to tho Lexington asylum like Miss Alice to make it u complete Son, Mcltrnjer, U50 liushels ol wheat at MMOt'HNMKST Thursday. aucctss. The debate was long and full. ooc, at the mill. Harrodsburg DemoJ. W. Adame, of Paint Lick, formerNew styles at lowest prices. Call and see. of wit and sense, that brought down tbo, DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. crat. ly of this county, has invented and aplaugh. Thoj house with many a hearty The entries to Harrodsburg trots iAiIvochic. for patent on washing machine UUiect was atltrmeil: "UllU Killioau, .....dose M.lV 1st. Five dulls nominates pliedThos.a Hutchison, a for many years a , bsAlK.1 sheil on bun.l.j.gcr for no Write to T. M. Card well, secrets,,-JrsHleshottld conductor on this line, is running a The best inside wall finish; cold water process. negative was the prevailing side, I entry blanks. liri.HBlll through freight from Louisville to Somhowever. 1 in society will meet again , -15 on hand a hand mule McAlister and Mrs. Jo-- 1 PAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint, Carriage Paint, Stains May 11th and a good program is to bo Bcnhino Evans returne.V yesterday from JrtCK ,or crvla' w,"c wl" ,nK0 tlle P'aco erset. and Varnishes. Closest prices for cash. The order for closing the telegraph rendered, with music at untervals by Orlando, of the jack, John S. Wells, recently sold. Fla. MEDICINES Prescriptions Compounded with care from the best oilices at Lancaster, Paint Lick and Sil of the best musicians in Central one George Cecil, aged 53, died of heart E P. Woods. rescinded, except in drugs and chemicals. has been Give us a call. W. B. McRoberts. Kentucky. The debate ill be affirmed: Leo Hiles bought lamba of T L. Ad- ver Creek disease. The remains were interred in tbo case of Paint Lick. 'That tho Wife has a Harder Life than the Danville cemetery. ams, A. Gossett and Len Houston at Hill Newcutn'a examining trial took tho Husband. In Judge McDowell's court this SoU-- J per head, and of It. T. Berry and place hero Monday. He is charged - BUY Jper,pouud.-Geor- gemorning seven ut groes were lined a total W. - Hitton at rofua-ei- l HUBBLE. with killing Mrs. Burk. Hail waa of 1S0 for shooting craps. This is right town Times and he waa remanded to jail. Owslo'y sold to John Woods a S. E. uio guaranteeu purses oi tno nartryin' on tho sports. ' Mies May and Homer Miller, left Mrs. Chris lot of sheep nt about Mr. Thos. Fox and Miss Mary Mob - rodsburg Fair cover nearly all classes of Englenian has returned to her home in erly will be married Wednesday morning ' trotters and pacers. Only So to nomi- - Sunday for Austin, Texas. Mr A. C. Missouri. H. C. Walter and Win. Hlack-erl- nt 10 o'clock at tho residence of Mr. and nate. Entries close May 1st. Write to Carr and family are bete from Middles-borMr. Carr is engaged on tho Acadbought tho Catherine Blnekerly Mrs. It Q. Davis. T.M. Card well, Sec'y. emy building which is now under way. farm is to farm at SJ7. Tlie Joe S.vope Pace Bros., have nbout '.',M or 400 Tue grand jury only found '22 John Pearl was up from London Tuesbe sold next county court day in Stair but another was summoned lambs purchased to go the lust of May incuts, ALSO and there is a chance to buy one of mid indicted Cane for murder and and tho last of June. They paid 5 cts. day. Ho is as jovial as of yore. ford, s C. Miller, Jr , has returned from M. the best farms in this settlement. Charles Chatham for carrying a ,,iBloi for Muy delivery and eta. for a trip to Somerset. Misses Ida May and Leon is with ns again for a few diis. Winchester Democrat. visiting in Garrard. All nie glad to s.oo him. Stephen -- Tin. wit for fl.000 brought against! -A- uthorities expect the Australian Vinnio Adams are waa hero tbo first of Mr. Thomas Miller came in late Snturduy W. S. Hilton, of Junction Citv. bv C. K. ul,0rtl i''lM wiU l, of color, heaviest in the n ght, and on going to bed heard onu of Touts, of the sumo place, Iur violent histoiy of this colony. They anticipate the week from Garrard. IJev. Hardin ia The best Garden Plow on the Market, from visiting this place. Prof. Ohiesmnn, a his fat shoats snuenl on the road near by, troHimt nt and damage to mind and body, there will be & surplus available for noted musician, of London, is in charge nid on examination found it had been resulted in a vei.hcl for Mr. Tuata for 11,730.000 bushels. of the band here. lick took S2J5 knocked in the bend, but thu Liberal premiums given to saddle Prof. W. K. Argo has leMgned tho stallions, mares and geldings at tho oiled too high to kill it nt once. So lie Untlisputed Merit. party missed tbo pork. The Morehoupu position of )riiuipnl of the institution Fair, Juno 27, US.L'0. Write for The gieat Biiccef-- of the Koyal Baking here Is about done, and it apeak well for deaf mutes, tho resignation to take full particulars and entry blanks to T. l'owder ia due to the extreme care exerfor its contractors, Yenger A Dirker. effect July 1st. Mr. Argo will locate in .M. Card well, iec'y, Harrodbburg. cised by its nmmfactnreis to make it enHomo hog cholera in this community. Colorado, where lit' lias been for some Mr, W. P. Tato is plowing hia corn tirely pure, uniform iu quality, and of Tho late school law lias foiced our trus- months pHst for bis health. fields before the grain is up to get ahead Prices lower than any one. All the highest leaveuine, poweY. While Al Hutehings' fast trotter of the moles, which he never knew to the tees to havo a well opened in school scientific knowledge, care and skill, atby C. F. Clay, dam by he so numerous and destructive. house yard, and T. mitli is the contrac- Clovor Loaf The tained by a 20 years' practical experience tor at i2o Other improvements are also Kentucky Prince was being exercised, cut worm jb also getting in its work pretare contributed toward this end, nnd no the animal struck its left fore foot and ty extensively. demanded of them. pharmaceutical preparation cau be discut the back tendon so I adlv that Dr. Tho Weather Hureau report shows pensed with renter accuracy, precisWill toll Leach thinks it will cause the horse to Tuosk Who auk Postkd. See our Spring Stock of Every article used you that tho llnest and healthiest be laid up for tho remainder of tho Ben- that tho last week of April was very ion and exactness. favorable to all crops and farm work in ia absolutely pure. A number of chemsummer resortH in the northwest are son. located along tbo Wisconsin Central districts east of the Rocky mountains. ists are employed to teat the strength of Lines, among which nre Lake Villa, Fox The Big Four Route to Chicago and St, The wheat is everywhere promising aud nch ingredient, eo tliut its exact power Louis. Lake, Antioch, Burlington, Mukwonago, corn planting has progressed rapidly. and ell'ect in combination with ita The UIO KOL'R route has the best Urmin.il Wauktsbn, Xecnah, Wiiupac.i, Fitlold, Ml Chicago on It was SI 'JO and not Sl.'JOO that P. S. Ashland nnd Duliith. Tourists and cilltiet nt Chicago trck tfjliu enter mileioftlic aro definitely known. Nothalong six the Illinois Ceutral pleasure seekers figuring on tljeir next i.Hle Kront, through thu roost ictuie(.uo lorlioa Hughes sold a half interest in a ing is trusted to chance, and no person W. L. Withers, Salesman. Bummer's vacation should bo.ir this In ol the city, and lands mvongei In the miguifi. Helmont Chief to Judge J. S. Moore. mind and before selecting a routo d'op a cent Nmv Central Stittionoii Twelfth Strettaml A naught doesn't amount to much, ex- is employed in tho preparation of the station is convenient to the Lale front. Thil materials used or the manufacture of tiie lino to .las. C. Pond, General Passenger Auditorium, Richelieu, Victoria and Lcland Ho- cept In the hands of a careless printer. ihe State powder, who ia not an expert in his parAgent of tho Wisconsin Central Lines, tels and within two Mods ofthe South aud Street Cable l,inis and Side That classic event, the Chester Cup, ticular branch of the btibinesa. As a nt Milwaukee, Wis, and he will send steps are Hallway. tnbles and guide books at iiydu Park, Cunvenicnt Street andalo nude such a race aa wo never see nowadays in you maps, tinw Twenty, coii8eqor.ee, the Uoyal Baking Powder containing valuable information, which second Street Stations. at s of the highest grade of excellence, alMagnificent Vesiibuled Trains, Parlor Cars. this country, waa run Wednesday ore mailed frt'e upon application. Wagner bleeping Cars, Private Compartment Penrhyn'a ways pure, wholesome and uniform iu Chester, England, Lord sleeping Cars and Superb lining Cars. No Que.i6atum being the winnor. A champuvross Ciuunuali to make connections. quality. Tho contents of each box are The Drug-Stor- e Not If Hk Knows It. jCongressman transferticket should read via the II G KOL'R Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your Your McCreary's successor nnd opponent will Ruute to enjoy these privileges. Solid trains be- ion prize Cheshire cheese of the value exnetly like overy other, and will retain tween Cincinnati and St. Louis, with Palace of four sovereigns wus given to the own. their powers nud produce the same and be nominated at Nicholasvillo on tho Sleeping Cars between St. Louis and Wathlngtou, era of the first, second aud third liorses. tho highest leavening effect in any cliThe I). C.vlnthe UIO FOUR Route. Cth and 7th of June, respectively. The elegant service effered by the lltG KOL'R Carroll county has a monstrosity iu mate, at any time. Tho Government Cincinnati by name of tho party of tho first part is between line. Nightrnd bt l.ouli is excellednew trains are composed ot ro other calf. It has Chemists, nfter having analyzed all tho shape of a double-headeJnmefl Bennett McCreary, and it is not cars throughout, coaches of the latest iinpiocd School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, any party pattern and Wagner Sleeping Cars In service for three eyes,,ono in tho center of its head principal brands iu tho market, in their probable that he will permit Liquors for Medical Purposes. the first tune. Day trains havo Parlor and Draw, one c..' cither side; two sots of jaws reports placed tho Uoyal Baking Powder Cars and of tho second pirt to forget to remem- ing RoomPalace UulTet exquisite Pining Cars- and and Sleeping Cars between St and teeth, two tongue", two throats aud through at tho bead of thu list for strength, puriI.ouisand Washington I) I'., via Cincinnati, ber it. Louisville Times. and Chesapeake .V Ohio Ur., in con- two swallows. It is being carefully cared ty and wholesomenesj and thousands of F. V." The liming with valuanection "r at the same Now York with an assessed Cir Service extends through from fat I.ouis to for, and Bucks two bnttlea tests all over tho country hive further Call and see us. of t8,500,000,000 is tho richest State Wcshington tor lull iufoiinaticn regarding rates, time, drinking about three gallons of demonstrated thu fact that its qualities tion , apply to r.oarnt ticket rgent, or address 1. etc hayo refuted Tho in tho union. Pennsylvania ia noxt II. Martin, Gen'Il'ass and Ticket .gt., or E. O milk per day. freak. owners G. are, in every respect, unrivalled. fl.OOO for the McCormick, t'ass Trathv. Manager of Sfl.000,000,000. with a valuation Keu-bej i-- I MEET WITH SUCCESS. WHY? - I l..-- ol TIKE BEST I I , w-e- HAVE JUST RECEIVED J. C. FLORENCE. pis-ssge- nf la, JBicycleS aj.t., "3TOTJ "W D " j Man-for- SAVE 3jvC02STE"X" 1 .H WEAKEN & CO. 1 Stanford Female College. Spriujj Session Tuesday, January a Sl-iO- n, j Tur-neisvi- lla j J 1 1 McRoberts' Drug Store, j Jt-p- ort WAIX PAPB itS 8 i ALABASTI1TE I Hve I y o. in-ti- ic Brinley's Combination Plow and Harrow. Jo-bu- 1 June.-conce- aled. THE - "COLUMBIA," W. H. HIGGINS. ex-poit- I Ilar-rodtbu- rg WE ARE IN IT. IV-- M, Disc Harrows, Geo. W. Brown Cultivators, Corn Planters. 11 l. Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, and Farming Implements. B. K. WEARB1T. DRUGGIST. Wa-lia- Hie-val- rd Thirty-nint- h DR. S. G. HOCKER, lluf-f- et I Drugs, School Supplies, DH. S. d - The Best Goods for the Least Money, HOCKER, Tho Druggist. s Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal May 4, IS?- - 8tanfohd, Kv, W. P. WALTON. 6 OK 8 PAGES. DEMOCRATS For County Judge. " " Clerk NOMINEES. O. It COOPKK J IJ. PAXTON T D. NEWLAND E. O KKNNKDV .O. W IJEltOKD Thk sixth anniversary of the Lexington Lender, which it celebrated May day, reminds us to say that ita success has been nhenominal. It jumped into the riiiK with two dailies already running and soon it was Kclipse lirst and tho rest nowhere, even if its politics was republican and its home at the Capitol of democracy. S.uu J. llobertP, its founder nnd editor, is n born newspaper man and a thoroughbred igontlemnn, and to him belongs all its glory and bono r. , The Centre College commencement will occur June 13th at 10 o'clock, a. m Gov. Mathews, of Indiana, will deliver the Alumni address on the evening of tho 12th. Among the large number of graduates are 0. C. U.tubv, of D.invill e T. 1). Burke, of Shelby City; l T. Chinn and F. D. Curry, of Harrodsburg; Hent Goodioo and L. Nelson, Danville; Casey M. Owsley, Lancaster and M6rt- - WILLIAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. (. I I ( ft H I' " M r at Washington, Tuesday, was taken just Wednesday and told itf that he would it was thought he would die. Kverything is (jui-- t among our minwhen ho thought he had reached that leave nothing umlonu to make this the " " Sheriff. point where he could enjoy life. A few best seanon in the history of this ".Sara- ers and mi trouble ih exp'cts-d- , " " Assessor imuthiflgo he declared, "I am now for toga of the South." Ho has placed the a great amount of stealing and petlit Ur 9 ' " .. Jailer the first time in my life, ready to live," board nt $3 to f 13 per week, accord tug to ceny hh most of the miner that went but when ho thought ho was be6t ready aervhe and location of rooms, cheap out on tint strike tin vn n 'thing to live This immense purchase now enables us to offer borgains which eclipse Thk Coxey craze came to an inglori to live, he found it was his time to die. enough even for these hard times on. Mil's Ida StiiiHon, daughter of C'unn-t- y anything heretofore attempted. On our Clothing, Shoes and oua climax at Washington, Wednesday, It iH ever tint-- and few there be that Judge James StiiiHon. died nt her when tho "general" and two of his lieuThk worst fakutluit hns vitdted .Stan can count on the morrow. ford for some time in the individual, who home last Friday morning of brain .Vvr. tenants were rudely arrested and placed in the. loukup, but bail was furnished Cot. John 0. IIodoks, of the Lexing- draws a crowd for tho sale of patent nos- She was about It) yean of gu and had ml for several weeks with Hie for their attendance at their trial for dis- ton Observer, doesn't believe in kicking trums and appliances, by pretending to stub-reorderly conduct. Coxey declares that a man when he is down. Ho was Col. preach the gospal of tho meek and lowly dreadful disease that ctiihwl her death. mi lie has been deprived cf his constitution- Breckinridge's friend in prosperity and Naz'uine. He takes as his text the tiery She whh a iiiciiiIht of tht ChriMlan i al right to speak on tho Capitol steps or he has not deserted him in adversity. injunction, "Don't go to Hell," but if he church, Elder J. E Terry preached anywhere else, and says if the courts do He never loses a chance to get in a good cornea back here with that kind of racket funeral Friday afternoon and was In many instances the investment of a single dolhr will buy more not grant him redress ho will throw the word for him, and takes no stock in tho again, the boys will make him go con- buried in tho family burying ground Sat- than $2's worth of goods. Those who can spare the money, it will country into tho greatest revolution ev- Pharisees who roll their eyes in holy trary to his advice. They will insist urday morning. Mrs J. M. Malum, who has been er known. The marshal of the army of horror and thank God that they are bet- that he go to hell himself nnd that p. You to buy all the Clothing, suffering with that dreadful disease of ragamulhns and tramps lias issued a ter than other men, for oftener than oth- u.q. consumption, Inreeverxl months, died nt manifesto, in which ho says, "Liberty erwise they are not. Tin: great Odd Fellows' Temple nt Shoes, &c, you will need for lies weltering in her own blood at the Cincinnati, the finest in America, "ill her home lust Friday night. Rev. J. X of tho ;M Ohio were be dedicated May 15, when thero will bo Prtstridgo preached her funeral at the Tub democrats stabbed in nation's capital city time to come. Every departthe houee of her friends by her suppos- true to their colors and elected Paul J. tho greatest parade ever witnessed in Bjpti.st church Sunday morning to a ed guardians. Free speech Iirs been Sorg to represent them in Congress by the Queen City. The Q it C. will sell large crowd, after which her remains ment of dry goods, clothing, suppressed nnd policemen's clubs have a majority of 3,000. The tight was made tickets on the loth good to return on the wure laid to re.stlin the cemetery heri.l notions, shoes, lmts, carpets, taken the place of the scales of justice." on the tan IF issue and the republicans 17th at IJ fares for the rMiml trip, Trio Mrs. Mahan was a woman liked by everya devoted memner of the Baptist A few sympathizers in Congress are ma- not being able to accomplish anything Queen it Crescent Houto occupies the one, mattings, oil cloth, trunks and king fools of themselves by demanding by argument resorted to their strongest larger pirt of the building for its general fhuti.li and leaves a hmibaud and three to know by what right the police club- weapon the use of money, but without office. A general holiday for the enure little children to mourn herloee. valises ha its attractive prices. May weddings are on a boom with bed and cracked the craniums of tho avail. The 3d Ohio will continue to bo city. Ample uions for all. You cah't afforc to pnss them us. On WednetxUy morning at 7 o'clock. commonwealers, but their resolutions represented by a democrat, and a most Dm'tfailto go. Ask for Mr. J.C 1'. Not-- , a Using young lawyerl were treated with levity. Tho parade worthy one nt that. T. P. A . Lexing J. S by. Give us a call and we will j N2 21lHC of tho army is described as very gro. C. Uuiearaon, G. P. A., of pringfield, nnd Mhs Sidney Stanlill ton, ky., Building uswoctatious are assuming were married at the home- of tho hiid I tesque, but it will hardly do to treat the convince you of what we saw Cincinnati, Otiio EXTRA LONG WAISTED. futlipr. Mr. Noo was a teacher in the; movement as n joke. Determined steps tremendous proportions in this country Williamsburg liibtimiu one 1 should be taken to nip it in the bud by and doing a vast deal of good in assistand MATRIMOMJAUaATTERS. came quite popular with our pvople. giving such disturbers as Coxey and his ing those who are unable to buy homes John C. Tarkington and MUs KI chief followers a time to cogitate in close in gradually obtaining them. Thero are beth, daughter of Ben Woods, were mr. MieM Mantlll is one o( our prettiest now in the U. S. o,S'-)- associations, with young Ui'.itH, being the one Col. 15. bint t ly conlined relln. an aggregate membership of 1,745,723 ried in Boyle Tueedav. The bride is just wiote to I. J. mxiim time ago m.il The republican victories all over the and fJ3O,607,r)i)4 assets. Over 10),000 15. as the angel that St. Puter IimI Triixton Beale and Miss country growing out of dissatisfaction homes have been built by them for their Tho oung couple Harriet, daughter of the late .SrereUry parmitud to " Attorney,.-- ..JaS. WALKFR GtVENS To be sold, A bit? batch of jjooih have been found guilty of occupying too much valuable space in our house, They must be closed out. CitAn Okciiaki) Si'kinos in now open to Lightning struck ahouseat Bird Eve They have got to go, we are determined they mitbt go. Our great That man proposes and God dispos?.0, visitors, as will be Been by announce mines last llmrnduy nnd injured two outlet makes cheap buying a certainty. Our contract with the public we are ever admonished. Frank Hat-to- ment in another column. Mr. Gun tho genial proprietor, was here men, one of them so badly ntlast reports demands cheap selling. We bought very heavy this spring at a small the distinguished editor who died t M. Miilmii'ia fiimiriil I llof-mann, dith K. Prowitt, HiiPtonville. Circuit court begins hero May It. Forepangh's circus will be hero next Tuesday. Mies Gertru le Lester entertained a few of her friends Tuesday evening. Miss Lucy Jones, of Loudon, wab here this week to attend tho wedding. Mr. James F. Grinstead, of Louisville, wns hero Sunday to attend Mrs. J. Noe-Stautlll Found : (jiiiltj 7 5 AND SENTENCED. Fraction of their Vafue Fur-nishiif- 's , M avine is 25 Per Cent lu-- wl aif-mt- p.tr-ticula- W lit! - yi-n- r In;-- z- Call Before the Stock is with tho democratic partv, which hasfail- members. oM-ape- . edsofartoredeeiuitspledges.hasgivenitsl members much assurance and a great deal of gall. For instance they really seem to believe that they have a cIihiico to elect a member of Congress in the Louisville district; at least three republicans are aspiring for tho nomination there. That party will also make a nomination in this district, if it can find a man fool enough to take it, and has fixed Xicholasville ns tho place and June 7th as the time lor holding a convention for that purpose. Thero may possibly be some show for republican success in the 5th district, but in the Sth the republican has not been born who can beat James Bennett McCreary. Fi hk Lexington papers aro making ns j great a nuisance of the Rev. Southgate as they formerly did of Charley Bronstou. Hardly a day passes that hia position as to the Breckinridge or some other (pies-tiou is not aired till it has really gotten to bo monotonous. Let Brer. Southgate and Brer. Bronston each restniiat in pace, pro bono publico, e pluribus unum. I 1 : " V K- - II Jnines Pepples sold to J. W. Adams Is all the rage. bunch of butcher cattle at 2c. H.T BunIi I.hh lost four hums wllh-- l n the Ihii few iIuvh while trying to pig. A dispatch from Washington says that .Mesxrs Kietmnl Loot) ami J. II. IlHrlmi Thk Louisville Times, started by Em- Col. Brecxinridge haq had his whiskers have also lost several each in the fame met G. Logan and E. Polk Johnson, with trimmed preparatory to his campaign. way. W. M. Lickey bought of Silas An Mr. W. N. Haldeman to back them, cele- If all signs do not fail in dry weather, They are new ideas and a revolution of fashions in Jewelry. Rock derson, cattle averaging MX) pounds nt brated itstenth anniversary May 1. Dear he'll have his hair cut before he is out :ic; of James Ueorge, of Pulaski, "i'l av- - j Itottom prices prevail at many days. ollice. Old Polk dropped out long and merry etaging i, '(Ml iioundi at the 81110 price, Calloway Nance, a clever widower ami of F. I) Uiginey, of Cispy, two averago, but the other as dear old man is ADDITIONAL LOCAL. of tiie West End, was married last week aging 1.300 at name price. still at the bellows, nnd is, as ho expresses While scnfilnig Wednesday Manual to Miss Emily Gray, of Boyle. They it, making the paper scintillate instead N'K.V .Mi KKTISKMK.VT.1 of sermoniz", epitomize instead of pad. Barrow accidentally cut Tom Nunnelly's drove to HarrodHburg a'ld were united WithR. W. Brown, the indefatigable and haul very badly. Both parties are col- after God's holy ordinance by Rev. Mr Taylor. After the ceremony Mr. Nance tireless, as managing editor and John A. ored. CHAD ORGHARD Biird'a experienced eye to look ufter the The Cincinnati .Southern will sell and his handsome bride left for Cincin-Hcity news, the Times is fulfilling its man- round-tri- p nrjrrr-rzr7ztickets at one- fare to those nati where they spent several days. "' ifest destiuv of being one of tho best who want to go to Lexington Saturday The Intemok Joliinal extendsitH warmnewspapers either North or South of tho to hear Billy Breckinridge open his cam- est congratulations to the happy conp.e. There aro not many girls with the Ohio Kiver paign. experience of this one from New port and Anotheu U. y. Senator lias been sudThe weather continues perfect for it is well is not. She was denly called to join tho silent majoiity, farming nnd delightful for living. The married-whe- that there 12 years old, became a making the third within a month. Fran- - trees have in a few days come out in full mother when IJ, was devurced at II Is fcocoivinff Hia ?ni. f Michigan, died lenf and all nature sniileo in new and ois B. Stockbridge, married again at 15, was divorced again r in discovery by lUmtl Tothi'l'nMi Monday night of heart disease, while on beautiful life. nt 17, and married the third time nt l'J lloone nearl) J century or more Ihe It) !.!v a visit with his wife to friends in Chica IJicImiJ "pniiK I1.1t Coxey is drawing many people to his and was deserted at 20 with three chil- ul Crbanil pleasure pevketii Iwrn ihi Mruul lieallh With lit IivmIIii go. He was elected to the Senate in 1SS7 Goods Warranted and a I'crlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me army, but the low prices on sterling sil dren. Now she is in the lunatic nsylum water!, oonlc atinovliere ami call. tl and again in 1S93 and his term would il l once jtTunN 10 the verware novelties that Danks, the Jew- having gone crazy over the death cf her iVI ihtaleii a Hope and a Viniuriutii.et.ncrvutoJ at not have expired till 1S99. Ho was not ntioiimlt w th cent to charm tht The eler, is now showing will convince the baby by starvation. Painter and ititpire t e l'oct, wlk (or the a man of great force, but was regarded as (inhowered limes lor the rary. Howl ng, News has been received hero that .over, people that his store is the place to llilllanl and Dancing Hall fur thn light hejrteu, an honest anil conservative one. trade. Dr. D. L. Frye, of Kirksville, and Misa and Hunting tor the tporUmen. Ktpvciat atten9 Emma MiddIeton,of the same place, wero tion it given to the cuulnr $H The report that the L. it N. would take There never was such an improveTerm moderate Krom week tor tnt$ ment in the appearand! and geneial ofTits night trains on this division was married on the.2d. The doctor formerly further Itiloim ition, imply to i Ul IIOK.MAN.V, Pior make-uCrab Orchard, Ky of a paper as in tho Lexington no doubt started by a jealous Lancaster lived here, where he made many friends, good forPress. New typo, new headings and man, who feels sore over the fact that who will he glad to learn of his best of all new blood, give the paper now even its little telegraph office is going to tune, for his bride is said to be one of the most accomplished of ladies. She is ATa metropolitan air, it has never beforo bo taken away. the only daughter of Dr. Middleton, assumed. Tho now Btatf is as follows Ab everybody and his uncle will be at Mill II. T. Duncan, Jr., general manHgei' Lexington to hear Col. Breckinridge to- with whom Dr. Fry is associated in the Pat. T. Farnsworth, general editor; M. A. morrow afternoon, it has been decided to drug business. Tho doctor was always a And 73 Acres of Land. Cassuly, assistant editor and business have tho speaking in Woodlawn Park, good judgo of fine womon and wo aro LINCOLN CIItCLITCOUHT. glad to know ho has at last got one of his manager; R. J. O'Mahony, turf editor. instead of tho Opera House. All the Hrown's Cultivators and all Karm Implements at prices to own. Rev. John Bell Gibson performed Fanners llatik and Trut Company of Stanford, Ky , I'lff , aeainit W M I'tnlderar Jamel .. suit the railroads will run cheap excursions. Iludderar and Ann Duddcrar, Delti. hard times. Nkw Voiik is attracting many of the the ceremony in his usual impressive Notice of Sale Twins, both girls, are the latest addi- manner. brightest young Louisville journalists Ily virtue of n judgment and order ol sale heron tions to John Traylor's family. The Honors and joys are coming thick at the October term, 1S93. of this court, the under from homo and friends. Mr. Oliver sigued CominlsiiontT wiill en managing editor of the Post, mother, Mrs. Clara Doty Traylor, who and fast to Hon. A. J. Carroll, speaker use to write poetry and other contribuof the Lower House of Representatives. whose capacity and persoverence brou ght 1894, him up from the bottom, is the last to be tions to these columns, is getting very Though he was always at his poet in County court day for Lincoln c untr. sell nt e ouury to tho highest and lest lilddcr, the taken with the fever to seek a broader much like the woman that lived in the Frankfort and made one of the the bent A tract following deicribid property, snoe. of speakers, ho eecms to have had time ol Land field. He will resign his position toin Lincoln county, en the waters of I)u 7J Acres Kicr, Ik you like that kind of tiling, wo are for love making, and that his efforts to lows- containing the lands ofand hounded as folmorrow, greatly to the regret not only of John T'ajlnr, South North by his immediate associates, but the editors sure that tho Uncle Tom's Cabin that is win the heart and, hand of a fair maiden and Kastbi the laif'sof Henry Trarlor and West .M spoonamore. but lora more by tr. lands ol I of the State general. coming is the thing you would like. Re- wero eminently successful. The an- particular drtcripliotl ot the mils by metis and of sale nouncement is made that on the Uth day bounds, thejudement includes herein is rvterred to. member tho prices are fixed to suit tho the aluable Mill This tract of i.uid God reigns aud the government at of the month of roses he will lead to tho Property known as Duddcrar's Mill, the dwelling times- 2o, 35 and 50 cents. Tho latter Frankfort still li ves. "General" Jack The other three house and otherimproveinentf, for reserved Beats. Secure one at onco hymenial altar Mies Sarah Holt, daughtracts inentioued in the judgment and dirr cled to Gross is back in the adjutant's ollice, and at tho usual placo. be sold, lor the rewon that they ter of the justice, who is de- be sold will not have heretofore been disposed of an i plaintiff has matters are fast assuming a perpendicuscribed as a lady of,rare beauty and at- received the benelit thereol. When tho band begins to play and tractiveness. Mr. Speaker, wo larity. This country would go to the The salute the whole, or so much . s willas be necessary, o( tie sold satisfy demnition bow wowa pretty quick al- the donkeys and tho doga begin to go you aud wish you all the joys that can debt 73 Acre Trad will vlw oj, with willper cent, tho 6 inof plaintiff tor $i paid, and the tther terest lioni July 3. i&), untl ready if it were not for Jack to hold it rouud, you will eeo people fiocking to come of a union of souls with but a with 6 per cent intsrest fiom Ju sum of 1,071 71, Walton's Opera llouso hh they never up by its caudal appendage. expend1891, thought and hearts that beat as one ly 8,subject untila paid, and its costs herein January Every thing you can think of in to credit ol 1,423.31, paid the Fine Chinaware line. Call and ed, flocked beloro. Uncle Tom's Cabin may of Hollclaw's notes. The sum to 13, i8y4, proceeds Nearly all tho Indiana towns went re- be, and in point of fact is, a miserable Muy Festival is assur- he rafted to cover plaintiff's debt and all costs of examine and get prices. The Cincinnati aS. publican Tuesday, and that party has old chestnut, but it draws like a circus ed of financial Bucceta. Sale of seats by sale, $6,101. Sale: A cmilil of six months, llond Terms of charge of tho municipal a II airs in cities and pays tho managers. See the parade auction closed Wednesday. Total approved personal lecunty with six per cent, with interest from day ol sale, havlrtr the force and cf never before in their hands. It is sad. on the Uth and you will go to the show judgment a lJ payable tothc Com'r. Lien tlmn far. including nremmnis. ?.'t.'t.. " ' MUined! R.C. But it is an "ofl year" and don't count. that night. ! 012. Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. a i -- Kansas has a larger proportion of children in school than any other State in tho union. So s.iys the report of the National Bureau of Education. She also has moro men in the penitentiary, or ought to have. Blaine, were married in Washington Monday. Over 1,000 pretty Irish girls arrived at New York Monday in search of huso- bands. They will go West, where men ore scarce and in demand W. H. Greenwood, aged 7(5 years, was married to Miss Mattio Hooptr, nged 23 years, at the residence of Janus Hooper, April 22. Murray Ledger. A West Virginia lover was overtaken by the brother of tho bride-eleTues day and fatally shot, dying in the arms of the girl whom he had hoped to marry. We extend hearty congratulations to ex Elitor Thomas II. Fox on his new found happiness. He was married on Tuesday to Mira MaryMoberly, of Boyle, who is said to be a very wealthy lady with many accomplishments. Mr. and Mrs. Fox'wil. "ve in Richmoud, where he has a position in Collector Rodes' ct Itflt immediately 'for the Home ol tne groom. At 10 o'clock Mr. A. J. MchiIowh, the junior member of I tie firm of J. M, Meadows it Co,, and Miss Phrouin, ' j broken. L0U58VILLE : STORE, STANFORD, KIT., A. URHANSKY & CO., the jotingest daughter of Mr. L. P. Mr. Meadows Weisiier, were married. graduated from the Wilhauihhorg Institute last June and will soon he one of most prosperous business men and while li :s a gooil ImsiiiiTP man he can select a wife as he Iihs secured the hand of one of our moat charming girls. Both ol the wedding were very quiet, only the families being present. Proprietor T; D. RANTh:YIanagcr. STERLING SILVER mw mm goods : 1 ) DANKS', The : Jeweler. it mmMi,wriittjaMy rrio-wtfY.- a?wy .4.RUPLEY,-- i - censor jj .r-i:l- . 1 11 SjS&SOJXr OF Iv. 1894 ' n ' ai SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. hume-lilt- ivii Wcl-iu- m ir HE STUDEBAKER -- p WMONS Commissioner's Sale Valuable Property, REDUCED PRICES. J. K. VANARSDALE, 1 Monday, June xilli, iti pub-li- I - GLASSWARE, QUEENS WARE, ex-chi- ef sin-gl- o CHAMBER SETS, DINNER SETS, fee. ts PARRIS & HARDIN. I 19 Stanford, Ky. . 111 ijjttf&. 39ESN rinliw iisiisAssii'swfijsis.L Ifcisirfie-- : 'je(Kft "35 . saMsAi3 --- ggnnnw9sapttHlii3jia -' Wmm ssi Jii .. .Jg'!bgSSBFlgMPW?T1M''''''''' '""" ' "" Hsl iiwmi . fl LOO-Itoteail O N S. H It. 917, Recoid training. 1 NABOTH 10016. Standard Itulofi. 1 Tncta About Ilonr. Slre by Stonewall Jackton. Jr , Harrlt'),by Jackson "a, by Waihington Dmmark '" oemi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal May !, LSI? i Slow by Omlot' Telegraph. Ly Telegraph, k H.wk, by Sherman dam by Tiller Dreition, by Iltlnker'i Drennon, by Dat y Crockett lh dam by Oliter, thoroughbred 1. gn. Is very substantial horse; beautiful red iorel with line mane and tail, winch be cartiea at near to perfection at a hone can liana fine dltpoiltion, dritet nicely and for hie handling belt a fine actor, lUck, Trot, Walk, Canter and by mark :nd dam by Miller'i by Imp. Ilcdgefori) Logic' lit dam by King William 67. (Illind tlilh) by Washington Denmark, by Illack DenDenmark, Ly Denmark, il dam io'. Will remain in the ttud till June nt, and then g Int A, I.. Hutching' hand for j 41I1 lliii't lll. Stanford, Ky., 011 can we from hit pedigree that he it a vrrv high Lred raddle home, and one that will tire fancy lnjli 1(1 saddltri Logic will make the teatoii at in) f inn, lour mile Irom Danville, on the Danville an J Stanford turnpike at Ptce of Latitude, a 7 or3otlicrtm the Int. by Mt neuter Iluroc hjO, ton of Hambletonlan ind the ol Elaine, a:ao, the dam ol Nmlaine, yearling record 7 . 1 dam lit Mtterto lame Howell, Jr., by Hambletonlm 10, tire of Dexter by Harry Clay 45, lire of the dann of St. Julian, a:nj,, llodine ii)xi, j dnm iettieSajre ,. ,, and 12 more that have produced 1:30 trottert; alto tire of the dam ot Electioneer, tire cf 11 In the a jo Int. " , 41I111,.,,,. by l.ilcrly, ton of I.ancc, by American Fcllpte. Waltlngliam aici, tire of Naboth, ore of the youngeit ton of George Wilke 319, record 2:11, who tired Harry Wilkct, t ijV,. Guy Wilke, J ijK. Mie Yilket, ati5. Wileex, 1:16. and 6j other in a.)0 lilt; atao 41 producing ton and 19 piixlucing daughtert. Notr S'aboth It a bay horn-- , 16 handt high, foiled June it, liW. Hit peligteecontiio the blood of HambU Ionian, George Wllket, Mambrino Chief, Pilot, Jr , and Harry Clay. Sired by Wftlslnglinm 2100, Site dam Tmael tjand 31!-$- a:t;'. i; 1 1 At S25 to Insure a Living Colt. SI 0 W. P. WALTON. TO INSURE A COLT on 4 WEEKS OLD, of My two fine Saddle Stallion, morgan Denmark. Morgan Denmark It a bar stallion. ji h.lands hi.. I. II. i. .I...J..IIL..'t.. a giautc at nit in ,ichuiuit vieu at pedigree will thow lie will make Ihit iraion of Ilj4 at my titbit on the Danville A l.aacaitcr mile North of Hubble, pike, He la standing to suit the hard time See him before you breed I'atture at Jj per month Oram 11 at reaonalile ralet, which muil be paid before sertice A lien retained colli until payment STAR DENMARK and WILLIAM; L. Will alto make ths prettnt teaton of elrgai.tly bred and ture lual Keltcra. 1891 1 niaret ate laltti aay at the low price ol will alto tnd SIS tj I mure a Living Colt. Tloth are A E HUNDLEY. Danville, Ky. Stable two mile Two Fine Jacks at $8 to Insure. South ot Huttonville on Mareland & Carpenter' btatlon pike. ii. .-?' Breeze Mredby Petotkeyjtj), : Wilkes, sire of Jovcl J. K. BAUGHMAN, Huttonville, Ky rrt STANDARD 15, King lotka 1 17, Dora Martin a 19. lip lop a 19, Mary lousi.ljand six others in a j.) Hit, aim lire o( two icnt and iwo daugblert lha( hate produced tlandard speed. First dam f.lira Jane, dam ol Maud Metietiger i i6i. and Merit J7) by Gentle llrecre 14C6 aire 1 At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. Care taken to preVenc accident but not bit thould aujr occur. More an Dcmnaik wai foaleJ In 1M9. On Time, ton ol Stonewall lac Lion, itl dy Morgan, br Slonrwall Jacktou, and irglalut, jrudam by Matchlcu, lh George Dictator STANDARD. Illack Stallion; Foaled in 386-2- . High. retpoutl He it by dam, La- ol Petri a 10 dam by Second dam Kitty Hlveri (dam of Hfr'le Glr dam by ? hy Abdallih rt,ire of Almoin, llelinont.Ae I bird dam Trantby. Ly lied Jacket (ire ol ihe d.-o Morgan Deumark It enr o' the belt bred aadd.e Reil ilket) by Comet, ton ot Sbermui Morgan tlallloont la Kentucky. Hat good man and tail will rn ike HreeeWlket teaton of ihu a and good, long, rangy neck. Don't (all to tee my plce, mllet from SUnfoid on the Ruth Mm. h. Dt'MIAK. llrancbpikr, Hubble Ky lS3; ijH Handt ' Slrod by tho Croat Dictator 113. I 1 data Alice dim byAlmODtjj, by Norman 35. record 1.39. ft 3 dam George Dictator wUl make the teiton ot i3;i at 313 Voung Twyman mare. to Inture a L.vlnj Colt or f 5 the Scaton. At $10 to Insure a Li The all gall Saddle Stallion, ing- - Oolt. Kay WALLACE DENMARK 55, ANtl I.ien retained en colt until season money li tald. Any breeder parting with mare forfeit! inturancc. CHARLES DUNN. ttalllon, nearly 16 handt high; foaled i3S6; bred by George F. Keene, Shelbytllle, Ky. Don-mark. " Sirod by Mambrino Lo Grand, Son of Washington 1 LEXEL 6a. The above named tUllloni mil make the icaton at ray larni j' , imtet wot ol Huttoiitllte, near Carpenter' Station English : Hunter. Taunt Met-cng- er dam Illack S Ik dam j dam .uame at above. Will alto ttand one gond JACK at $8 by Yellow Jacket, a great aaddle horse. .by Drennun. by Highlander. to Inture a Wallaco Donmark 55, Goet all the gam to perfection and without any training truii un ler a 40 littvcn and high lly Sutnpter Denmark, Jr; be ly fioddard't Denmark, he by Game A, Crcniwetl'i Drlimaik, he by the rice liorte Denmark, he by Imp Hedgv-tor- d. 1 1 by Sir Wallace, dam .....Fannie Wallace No. Sir Wallace, he by hk by Sir Albert (thoroughbred dam.... .by YirglHlut ;din itf Ylrgtmut v 1 ran. by, (thoroughbred, be by Alaton a Whip, dam thormjk'libri-l.- 'j a Whip Mare j. Combined, Hay Stallion, 16 hand high fly Abdallah Mraiengcr, hint dam the V'm i.uV taddle mare, the by Davy Crockett. tali of Denny't Iliennoo, bv Imp. Ilicsnon Abdallah Metenger, lire of Kngli.h Hunler.li t Meticngcr Chief, tire of Maud 1 i4 I -- ... ulll.l.n.l I'-. - .11.1. I.HIttll .L- - ,1'Rgil Ul .0.. v....... II1C at my liable i mllet from Shelby City, on IJ! the 11 ..1 ....1 lUIHCIIVIIIC I'IKC, nwu, MI..UU Living Call. M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky i.'i. 1 t ll..(.. 11 I ' At $8 to Insure a Living Oolt. Money doc when coll It foiled or mare parted with Iwill alj ttand iho tn.tllent joungjack. i $10 tho Inimrnnco. Slalom 55; re pedigree of WaHe! Denmark j Mag t;, by Vldetle ht N wle, be bi 1 daui lUomft lll.ck llaxl.be bjilldllUck Hawk. Ywlette t nt "in by Whip, id dam Gallatin, vl dam OM Tiger. Yindei'i tat dam bv Mambrino Clilct 11; id dam by Old Hay Metwflger, jd dam hy Cannun't Whip a dam Julia Wal ate, by Sir Wallace, he by Todhunter' Sir Wallace, h br Sir Albeit, thoroughbred j dam.. ..by Virginiut, he by Maieu't Whip, ( Thoroughbred ) 4 (lain..... a Whip Marc. Icxcl 262. hand high, lly Wallave leun'ark Governor St. John Kour jraraold, if handt 3 inchet high, black with white poinlt, hoar bone, good ttyle and etna length Sued by (ov Kecnc Gov bt John' itt dam 1'olly Wood, by Tulle)' Warrior; her dam an I in jennet The above fimly bred )oung lck, whole blood line nam Iwlce to the great Warner lamily and ti'tthr noted Illack Hawk, the gre itett of the Warrior family with an inlutlnn ol freth impottr-blood clot up, ha protrd a jjreat breeder, both to maret and tojtuneti, will Hand 1 At $8 to Insure a Living Oolt, Te approved maret, and Jij foi jennett, without diitiuctlan at to ic of pregeny H r I'OVELL. " 3IO tho Inuuranco. Slock committed to my care and breeding will rtcelve my penonit attention. C".tat furnished at reaaonablc rtet to be paid before removal of Hock. No retpontlbilllr for accidenit or etcifi'i. Part Ing with ttock forfriti inturancc. J. STEKt.K CAKl'KN IKK, Huttor.ville, Ky Dillard : Denmark. ol i8v( at autv. roadsters. Sentinel was formerly owned by It. II. C. .Mitchell, of Mitcliellsburg, Ky., and was owned last year by Georgo Alford, McKinne', Ky., "who made the season of 1S93 with him at $lo to insuie PROVIDED WITH DRINK. a living colt. This excellent horse will make the seaCrime IteniiltlriR from (loierumrntal I.eiileiiry Toward Intoxicant. son of 1S94 at Middleburg, Cftfcy county, Until about eighteen months apo Ky. Owing to the hard times, we will there was no government saloon, or Insure a Living Oolt for $12. post exchange, at Fort Apaeho, AriMoney due when colt comes or mare zona. This post is a very isolated one, parted with. Care taken to prevent acbeing ninety miles from the nearest cidents, but not responsible should any railroad depot. There is an Indian occur. Will also stand a line mule JACK at fO trader'.s store at which "beer and light wine" were sold, under restric- to insure a living colt. J 11. ALLEN & IJKO, tion, to tho soldiers stationed at it. Middleburg, Casey County, Ky. No one could be supplied except on a written order, signed by an ofllcer, and this being the case, the supply of liquor was, beyond question, throughly under control. Son of WiMam Welch, ton of Rysdyk' Hut this state of affairs was unento, out of Pauline by Almont Forrest, he durable to tho men; they could not by Old Almont, re by Alexander's Abaallab, he by Rysdjk' Haubletonlan 10, all itandaid and i?ct as much beer us tlinv ililriil. nnil with ail he trotter you want on both so. after much clamoring an exchange ides, with r cords as low 32:03. was opened, with great eclat, in the Welchmont impart trotting action to bis cott over. Sovrrnl hate shown n a it. month of July, The usual de- allHe is lull 16 hands high, black25at a crow; tails were made, according to high knee action. Hit colt make fine New the army regulations a commis- York addler. He It a fine individual and ttand sioned olllcer being placed in charge, a at Huttonville at my (table at sergeant and two privates attending to $10 to Insure a Living Colt, or the bar under his supervision. The $5 the Season, regulations stato that these details are to be looked on a! a part of military Lower than any ether horse iu Kentucky bred borso sense. For tho city carringo liorto tho hackney of nbout 15.2 in height mid woigli-in- g 1,200 pounds is tho approved model Tlio hackney vhilo cxtremoly htyliih in apiKinranco is rather filiort legged, and is tlureforo lchs npt to slip upcii city pavements than tlio long legged horso. TT'ifLiiiTJjiuu mitmnla fr lantla f lll41.-- twi tTJllt lilliii Aiivitaivt? nni and driving. A hackney under 15 hand high is called a cob. Bnrdctt-Coutt.says that whou n horso roaches tho height of over 15.3ho can no longer ho called n hackney, oven though ho is of approved Btraiu of that blood. IIo must bo clashed a.s a coach hor.-A coach horro is a largo carriage horse. Tho Ruhsinn Orloirs aro among tho most lteautiful horaesiu tho world. But they aro what is known among breeders as "leggy" horses that N, loug legged. They are theieforo Letter adapted for carriago animals in tho country and suburban towns than in thp city, where it is claimed their long legs miiko them moro liablo to Hlij) than tho hackneys. Novertheless in Paris tho splendid black Orloffi brought there and driven by rich and noblo Riussiuns belong to this samo "leggy" type, to called, and they aro tho most noted of all tho Iwautiful carriago horces in thot gay city. Tho approved hackney has a short back, so that hi-- , foro feet and hind feet stretch far apart from each other foro and aft. That is what gives to him tho jwculiar conformation so much admired in tho show ring. IIo also has, if of tlio lcst typo of hackney, a long as well as thick and powerful ntek. Tho typical hackney head is short, with rather a heavy undwido jaw. It is nlso wido between tho oyca and rather Wido between tho cars. When a horso is wido between tho ryes, ho hag intelligence and plenty of ! arl I 4 thi-mio, The ! telrant'v -:- bred - Trotting-Stallion- Onward SIRED Messenger. " j Standard fired by Charlet Dunn. U ONWARD ( HIV.V 449J. Ily Onwar a 1411, record a 13, sire ol .ij In the a'30 list, oiso 17 (.roducing son aad 16 produc ing daughters. tstd.m Lady Mettenger, by Hutch nvCbief 11420 2 i6'i, Merit I 37, by Gentle lifeeze 3156, sire of Pearl, 1 30, Ac 3rd dam Kitty HUert. dam of Hertio Girl, 237, by Abdallah it, fire of Almont,Helmont &c. 4t dam by Red Jacket. ire of ihe dam of Kentucky Wllket J iiV.Madlton Wilkes 2 8K and L'ramlamof lied Wilke, So to, a i;U, Lizzie Wilkes.a art-,- . &c. Hay horte, neavy mare and tad, with sue, ttyle trot-linr- and dim Fllza Jane, the dam of Maud Menen-g- ". I aud ftnith, and reprvtentin, some of the best families In the whole countrv. Should miln a gieat stock horte. Wilt make a liort seaton at our stable 2 mi let weit of Stanfor I, at $10 To Insure A Mare In Foal. J. A. & S. T. HARRIS. Stanlord, Ky. SENTINEL 21479. Kecord 2:291. (Only 4 months' handling ) Hy Ahnont Sentinel GQ'A. 1st dam Mattie, by Miakspcare. 2d dam hy ling's Ilnmbletonian. 3d dam tliorouglibred. Alumni Sentinel 0031, by Sentinel 280. 1st dam Allie Gano by Almoin 33. 2d dam Xoiuia by Norman 23. .Sentinel i3 a handsome bay horse, 10 hands high, tine mane and tail; is a sure foal getter. His colts arc large and stylish and ate a high class of trotters and Welchmont 6367. Ham-Memnt- rejr-ittcr- td tt like him. D S. CARPENTER, Hustonvllle, Ky. ford Thi finely bred stallion will make the tcaioa Cook'tipilogt, i4 mllet Katt ol Stan Monet due when colt It foaled, mare parted with or bred to another hone. Llrn rctaiued on all colli until aeaton It paid Gratt furnithed matet at $1.30 per month. Will not be riipontlblc for accident, thould ny oc cur Winner ol the $300 Stake at Lexington. IJIIIaril Denmark, wai tired h- - Double Denmark, ho by Montrtite 106, the 'reaicit tiie ol Lctlrgton Winner of Swrepttakc Premium at high Can taddle horiet living, Montrcte won orr rtioit rteryihlnK latt teaton Winner of Aged Premium and Swwpilakei at Dillard wat thown at Danv lie when a I'arlt. and won second motley. He hat been hanWon Second Money la Jjoo "take at Vciialllci. dled rry little but will be put in training; after a trior! lemon and thuwn Won Third Money In o Stake at Nicholas-vlllKir.t dam by Washington Denmark; Second dam by juhu DllUrd ; Third dam by I. ray l.agle thoroughbred Won Fourth Money In Jjoo Staketlal Stanford. Double Dt nn ark by Wathiugton Denmark; ad dam by Shropihue't Tom Hal Wan the Jioj Coutolation Purtc M Danrillc. Dillard lenmatk 11 a beautiful daik enrrel, 1' Eagle Ilird it a beautiful brow n with mull ttar, handt hili He hatprr.vrn himtrll a brevder ol a fine hone tandt over 16 handt high, h 11 tWwin; uiane and large. haiidiou.e noTen. Ihit If he ha J 00 pedigne; but w( do not nitltate heavy tail. to ta Ui at be 11 one el if nut the U"l bred the ctunlry Kigle lllrd w.tt tired by the great King Kaglc, taddle hor-aaddle aadcombuul liorie handled at reatona-li- . winner of mre than 40 lllue Tio. rate. J.K.COOK. Rowland, Ky Flrtt dam by Star Eagle, tm of Cabbell Lex-- i e. ci 111 EflGLE : BIRD. At $10 to Insure a Living1 Oolt. -- This space belongs oa.:m::e2s Owner of :- f. crow, to- - BELMONT SUMAC, 8689. 8 8 -: CHIEF, jidMo KY. The Indiannpoli8 ?t atioual Hank failed, and now the jury trying the case has failed. It is a bud fnilnre nil round In 21 years, from 18(59 to ISM. of the 12 stallions whose produce won tho tartest sums of mouey on the American tinf, import five were natives aud Bveu ed animals. The total appropriation for the post oflice department for the coming fiscal year ie JS7,470,59D, whilo 10 years sgo, in 1S35, only 549,03o,D00 was needed, which is an increase of nearly DO per cent. vn-r- e PENCE, 18444 illace rec. 2:24 V, fifth heat 1894 -j mile track.) 1 Will make the teaton of miles south of Stanford at my place, At $10 by the Season, or $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. He ha prcven himself a breeder of fine style and action, and can be tien to satisfy anyone In 1891 Tence ttartcd in n racet, nnd won eight first miiiieys and three tecends. He is a game race hone. For further information call on or address A. M. PENCE, Stanford, Ky. ; - mm And others, KiNrJxrxrsr, nd dam by Hamlet Denmark, too of Waihington Denmark, jrd dam by Harm' Den mark, ton of Miller' Denmark Eagle Ilird will ttand the at my ton of farm Iwo mile Weit of Stanford, on the Shelby City pike. Dton ; SILVER TIP 169. Denmark Cheif. Will mke the teaton of 18.J4 at W W i mtlct Weit ol Stanford on the Stanford tonville pike, at the race track, at This fine saddle stallion, Chancy Denmark .11 .!.- - !. i.i.ju j tt ... ,11c iinuic uAkc mc .....A- - ui Q. .1 .k. ...ki. uir Underwood, i. of a mi e trom Hublle. Ky.. ui. the Rush Uraiich I'ikc and, handt high ml wai foaled in I?.,1- H will make! the present season at mr place near McKmney at) I Urown Eai:le. Ir . wai sired hy Drown Facie, he hy King Etgie. he by Illack Eairle I'trtt dam bv Copperbmtoin, and dam by .ilambrino Chief, 3rd dam oy i.exmgiuti llrAivn Brown Eagle, Jr. chancey Denmark. 205 265, Ir.tcaliini1nmp(4.,vb fifiv Ji .uu on i, Donnflimilf 3512 Thu : 2nd. Hayt Hut- Denmark Chief will uuki $10 to Insure a Live Coll. $5 to Silver Tip it a beauDeicriptlon and Tedifireo tiful red bay with hind anklet while, fine mane high,, foaled May th, iSSS and tail, it), hand A a brivder he I not tuipatted in the Slate. We told a yearling colt ol hi kK to ft. May, of Caey, for $ajo and we hate never had a man to toy he wat not pleated with hi colt. At a show hone he it at good at there In the State. He wa thown in theJjw.Sweepttake Klngat Danville with iS contettantt, which wat pronounced to bo the best ever thown in Ky , and he wore the third tie. Silver Tip wat tired by Silver Kin?, he by On Time, he by Stonewall ackon. Kirtt dam by Skedaddle, by Oliver, ton ol Wagner. Second dam by lied Lion. Silver King' dam wa Motile Mounce, tired by Cabbell't Lexington, ton ol lllood's Illack Hawk Second dam by Young America, tonof Taylor' Metienger. Skedaddle' firtt dam by Medoc. and dam by Trumpeter, 3rd dam by Aratu. Maret bred to thlt horte will be kept at reasonable rate. Caru taken to prevent accidents and any occur. ecpe but not rcipomibleit should or mare parted foaled Money due when colt BEAZLEVnROS & HAYS. with. Stanford, Ky. 11. ju t 1 Insure n Living Colt Chancy Drnrtark 265 is a bar horte, full 16 Will also rtand at the same time acd place a first-- , hands high, foaled iS3t, sired by Hubble's On I Time, dam by Old 9tineall class Mule Jack at the same price and terms Jacks in llu colts the present season at JAMES WAI.KKR CilVENS, ' are fire and of good size and will compare with saddle stallion iS McKinney, Ky anybad'a Will a'o stand two royally bred jack at the came place. $8.00 To Insure A Living Colt. Will Serve Glares at $5io. At $20 to Insure a Living Colt. Money or cath noto will be required when the fact 1 line Uackn'jr Stallion will ni.ikc the tea. at my farm on tho Crab Orclnrd pike, ton ot th ee in let Iron Stanford knownat the John M. Mail farm, and will tet e maret i4 atcertalned. Money due when tho fact is atcertalned or uiare purled with a nno individual and pot-- I lonniiugnt au teste tbi finett action of any horte in the couli I The Hackney it noted the country over for try. ' M) lo, acuou and endurtnec. Thev have been bred lor thete qualities for over too ycart. was orea oy jamot u.ker, ot ioniuu,;ni i Ileeiley Hall, Katt Dereham, Norlolk Wat tired bv Victor of Ueeiley i8j;; dam llonnle 1915, by Highflyer 1006. He waa imported by A H rhomi son, of Crawfordsvllle. Indiana, June 3, 1S9J TisTiMoNiAU We think the Hackney crossed with Kentucky maret will make good tellers and tucky. tool horses for the Eastern market. Marc from a dittance will be furniihcd gratt I.reTiijmas, LcxinKton; K, D l'ltNliHTON, Norlolk, Va. alter May ntat $1.50 per month, and mutt be paid Call and leothis excellent f.allion. LINCOLN COL'NTV HORSE CO , at the removal of mare. Care taken to prevent By A. F. MoriEKLY, Stanford, Ky. accldeatt and escape, but not retpontlble should PARK, DANVILLE- any occur. with or removal ol mare forfeits the in. Parting THE WORLD'S CHAMPION', auraace. (tand a fine at $7 to inture a Will alto : tivlng colt. K P. WOODS, Stamord, Ky and Race record 1:14, winner of the S Will make the pretent aeason of sweepstake premiums for standard-bre- d at the farm the late L. D. Garner, j miles from Crab Ortrotters at the Woild' Fair . chard, at Sired by Gaaibctta Wllket a :i9J, tire of 41 in 3:30 list. dam Maud, bv Oarrard Chief, liiv of Haul a Colt 4 Months Old. Dukn a.a8i, anu Lady Yeuer, dam of 5 in the it a Red IUy Stallion, Saddle and Har- 3:30 list. BrlipoU 7 dam Nellie, by asn ol Billy L'oice 2:14, by ness Combined; 16 hands high: fine style and action and ha fine mate and tall. He was sired by Abdallah Messenger, he by Mettenger Chiel. 3 dam by Helm'a Yorkshire, thoroughbred. 8? n vCnfiiW Will make the season ot s39 at Central Park at Firtt dam by old Lexington, the fine Saddle the low pric: of , horte. ' Eagle Ilird it one ot tho grandctl thou hortei in Kentucky. Monte Critto, hi uncle, it the only hone thown iu tho Illue Grata Circuit, that he did not defeat. He could be relied upon to make a gallant tnow whenever called upon and alway fiuiihcd a game a a race horte, although oroo o( the "knowing one"' pronounced him no good. A a brtder of fine, good colored colt, he I not turpatied byjauy horte in Kenhigh-ityle- At $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. nun He Is a nice bay, 13 hand 31, inches high, five j ear old. He saddles well, but has not been trained. He it by Hutchinton Chief, No. 12470, by Messenger Chlet. Hutchinton Chiefs first dam by Sentinel; ad dam by Alexander's Abdallah; 3d dam by Red Jacket; Metienger Chief by Abdallah Pilot; itt dam by Mambrino MeV'Rer, ad dam by Mambrino Chiel, 3d dam by Imp, Napoleon, Denmark Chief itt Jam wai tired by Stimpter Denmark, he by Uoddard' Denmark, he by Gaines & Cromwell' Denmark, he by tho race horse Denmark, he by the Imp. Hedgeford. His cd dam wat by On Tin e, 3d dam by Red Lion. Mares parted with forfeit the Inturance Will make the seaton three miles from Crab Orchard, on the Crab Orchard and Stanlord pike. SAMUEL COCHRAN, Crab Orchard, Ky DIRECTED 13945 Will ale the seasoi cf iS; afMaplct,1' .vjuth of I.aucutter, at 2 miles TOM ctjrtis. SIO TO INSURE. Lien retained on colt fcr en ice fee. Directed ,;45 wat tired by Director iv?) record 3.17, lit dam Funny Wilkes, by (ieorce Wilket 315, record Lit J'2; 2lid dim Kan- - dam of Kate Spragun, Spraguc, 2.371, etc. by Lance, ton ot Flying Morgitn; 3rd dam ijneeii, by General Ciffordj 4th dam Fanny, by Chancellor, tth d.im bv American Eclip.e T A LLKIN, Lancaster, Ky 17 im 1 -- GILT EDGE 261 Jacks JFor Service. REGISTERED. Is a coal black J ick, white pointt, isbantlshlgh, heavy oody and pood bone. He is by old Hour-b- o n liiul, the noted jennet jack of Madison that sold for Sj.ooo. BourbDn Chief was sired by Hercules, he by Imp Herctilet, and his dam by Imp. Espartero. Hourbon Chief's dam wa by Col Lear Imp. Napoleon 3rd, 2nd dam by Ttuena Vita, 3rd dam by Imp Castill.in. Utie-n- a Vina was sired by the great Conprimne, be by Tippecanoe, he by In p. Warrior, which waa acVnorrbMlced the belt jennet j ick ever in Kentucky Hourbon Ctlef 11 16! t handt high without thoes. He it a coal black with nealy no.e and for form, weight, stle, action and appearance he hat no ecjual Tom Curtis' itt dam was by Joe Phelps' big jack and her dam by Sam Phelps jack, and dam by Illack Samson, Tern Curtis will erve Red-muo- BY SECOND Dam by old Stonewall JEWEL 48. Jackinn. the seaton Lancaster pike: The following excellently bred Jncki will make of 1S94 at my place on the Stanlord & Jennets at $20 for Jack and $15 for Jennet3 Colts; Mares $8. ZE3o"U.r"foo:ia : Ij' ... CENTRAL BElGEOll iS-;- Gambonito 1 8419, Thl fancy taddle stallion will make tho season of 1894 at our liable J mile from Mllledgeville, Lincoln county, Ky.. on the stanlord ami Mllledgeville pike. Owing to the tcarcity of money, we will ttand him JOB BLACKBUB1T, The noted Jack that wat bought at Levi Hubble' sale for $i,S6o: bv 3rd Prince, he by ad Prince, he by Imp Prince. 1st dam Daisy by Dixie, he by Irvine' Dixie by Klckapoo; ad dam Nellie Gray by Lord Wellington; 3d dam by Jim Porter. Will serve jennets at f s ,or Jack and Sao lor jennet colls and will alio seive a At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. Money due when the colt comet or mire parted with. Marc grated or fd at reatonable price. Not responsible for accident! thould any occur. a beautiful red torrel, flaxy mane Gilt KJko and tail, 15 handt 3 inches high; wat foaled Sept. 6, 1886 and it a perfect taddle horse. (jilt Edge wa ihoweda a and look the (weepttake premium at Kirktvllle and Danville and in hi own nng at Harrodtburg. Thoie who want to breed to a gooa taddle ttalliou are cordially invited to look at our horte and tee him 1 Limited Number of Mares at$10 .Will also stand., $6 to Insure 2 Cor-bea- Otlier.Good Mule Jacks At Bight Dollar. hands high; sired by old Hourbon Chief' whoe pedigree Is giten above. His dam was Illack jennet, she by a jack by Jason Walker's Castllltan and out of a full iltier to linen Vitta, who wat out 01 a jennet by Illack Samson. He will stand at S3, The service lee will be due in all cases where mare are parted with or leave the country when uch fact it asceitained by us. A Hen retained on alt colts till season fee is paid.. tloth Jacks have proven thetnsches firit-cla- s breeder. All colts insured till four months old. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. UNDERWOOD BROTHERS, Hubble, Ky. OlIef. -- i?j,Sfi CLINTOXT, JU. ot mare $25 To Insure A Living Colt. Thl fine young Jack will aerte a limited number NOTE. -- If mares bred and in foal thould change handt, money due at that time. Maret at bight Dollais Season money due if mare Is traded or parted kept at reatonable ratet, but not responsible tor accident thould any occur th. W. S. GARNER, VM. M. RUKA-SON- , Crab Orchard, Ky. Datville, Ky. 11 Inture all colts till four morithi old. Lien re tained tilt season moncv is naid When mares or He was sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunningjennets are traded or removed before the fact Is ham's Jewel, he by old Washington Denmark. ascertained as to being I foal, insurance is forHis hrst dam Minnie bv McDonald's Halcorn. feited and make Reason money due. (Second dam by Wells' Crusader, bit 1st dam by Care taken to prevent accident escapes, but Stonewall Jackson, he by Washington Denmark, not responsible should any occur. or he by Illack Denmark, his Itt dam by Crusader Thauking our customer lor their past favors we he by Old Whip, 2d dam a Rocky Mountain mare so'.iclt a continuance of same MADISON SANDIDGE & SON, H. L. HUDDLE, Mllledgeville, Ky. 6 Laucaster, Ky. move. , Poit-ctllce, TEMPERANCE 1 CHAMPIONS. can show plain In Commandments Ten, Thnt murder must not come from men; And most foul crime of which we thlnlc, Originate from taking drink. Man's liberty you only mean to plan? Proud, noble, reasoning, thlnklng-manFree agents I We admit this all, Though not free to niako his brother (all Into iWk pits where drink will lead. Not f reo to bring iIIitreM and need Into lono homes where ehcer should reign, leaving the sllmo of tno serpent's statu. Not frco to go to weoplng wife, With maddened brain and word of utrlfo; To take from children morsel meant. And give homo cheeriest discontent. Not free to make soma mother-hear- t To wrltho and groan with painful smart Of cruel stings, her child tnay throw Around beneath where she may go. "Hy bread man does not live alone." Thunders from Heaven In mighty tone; And n6no need fear by lamest gjln, Tho "Staff of Life" e'er to obtain. Ah nol this ne'er will bo denied, if energy and push are but applied. Hut the motive Is to gain this orcaJ, Uy sweat from honest, manly head. Then put not wlno to thy brother's lip. At flrst he may gently, lightly sip: This Is God's law! then tempter think; Oh I do not urgo thy friend to drink. i K - tho public at large, we ask: Do not the people need education? A New York prohibition newspaper, in a late issue, was lamenting that "the cause does not grow rapidly enough." The ' way to make it grow is to educate the people 'to n full and complete under-- , standing of the facts we have given, nnd others in the same line. When they arc fully understood, the great mass of intelligent Americans will be j ready to join in the movement to sup-press the traflle, and to pulverizo the rum power. Toledo Made. j . i 1 tional morality, thnt the medical profession should authoritatively and unambiguously declare that it is in no sense a necessity." In view of the nrrny of facts which wo have now given, benring on the various phases of the pleas for the use of intoxicants, and tho further fnct that the position of these high medical authorities is not generally known by SWINGING A A SONQ. hammock gently swinging, mother bends above; She to her babe is singing With heart all full of love. Tho little, maiden swaying Ucneath tho greenwood tree Has set her heart to saying: "Lovo mo ns I lovo thee." So swaying, singing slowly Her loved ono to and fro, Her heart with rapturo holy Out to her babo doth go, And whllo her thoughts aro straying Among tho days to be Her heart Is "Lovo me as I love thec." ever saying: INCREASE OF INSANITY. An Opinion That Hud Whisky Is Largely "There has been a remarkable Increase of Insanity in this city in recent DAVE'S BROKEN LEG. years," said Assistant Warden Kickard, of ISellevuo hospital, tho other evenTho Hook tells us that long ago. ing. "Hero at this hospital, where At Cnna'.H feast that wine did flow, most of tho insanity cases nro ex- It Causod. a Romanco Arnonjr tho liut Christ, with Ills own hand Dlvino, Berkshire Hlllu. amined, a case of insanity was not so Turned crystal water Into wlnel common twenty years ago ns to fall to western MassaIt was nway up Not such as would tho brain set flre. attract the nttention of everybody con- chusetts iust wherein tho famous old With tlendlsh thoughts and foul desire nected with the institution. I remem- post To skulk and plot, devNo and plan, the To slay, mayhap, bis fellow man. ber that we would go out of our way windsroad through Now llerkshlro hills Ashford. Tho Itself into to get a look at nn insane person. black And now, tho time Is Just ahead. vanguard of nn approaching sum2sow M'o have about two thousand InWhen "Stone" will not be given for bread, mer storm crept along tho valley beNor "serpent," to the children sweet, sanity cases a year at the hospital." hind is, nnd a few stray raindrops al- Instead of "Hsh" that they may cat! Mr. Itickard opened a book, which ready warned that it was time to seek showed that during the year 1S03 1,159 for Then peace and Jov will reign supremo, open- Wo turned In "Freo ngency" will bo tho theme; men and 945 women had been sent to n shelter. . r r imtfim.nl at the I. a r lit Freo agents but to do the right, J. the hospital ns insane patients. Of the first farmyard, nnd riding up to Uut never free to drink and fight whole number only O.I had been dis-- , 1Woh of the quaint And In this mighty, coming fight, charped ns cured or not Insane, whllo Just pause and ask: "Who's for tho night?" 7,8 men n.d 74, women had been sentj d ,, g , f fc ccted The answer comes alon? tho line 10 mo nsyiums on ,hh- - mhihu ....... v..e ' 'TIs woman, prayers! and Hand Divine." paneicd door. Jt maj- - liavo been prerest niui ueen senv luuuiur insiuuuuiii. suming upon hospitality as yet Sure conquerors! this stalwart force. "Most of the insane persons die with-iRight will prevail, though rough Its course; but then no one stops at such a feM-- years after being sent to the conventionality In tho Herkshires, nnd Then Right's fair banner will not trail, asylums," Mr. Kickard said, "because M'erc wo not in the Hcrkshires? Tho Nor hear on breeze tho opposer's wall. their insanity is caused by one disease 111art n at jl a..m tint M Ah! on your sldo no prayers nscend, . or another which is sure to prove fatal And carnost with the angels blend. Qw nhUM wchl ... b.uh i .m.c,Mk , No woman's volco to hear: hurry by, t.e tall trees .. many Mnrch bravely on' wo give you cheer." persons live in ine uy.i..iii w....n....vtho clomK -. low 41i.i rtA.l. f.li K years. Only the other day I noticed a. No. whllo you light, no kneo Is bent, . ,. . .. report ..... the death of a man who had c No silent prayer to Heaven Is sent, That Right may conquer RUht may rolgn, been an insane patient on tho island cuiucuuw nil; rmnjinj u of uui vjl;ui i;ii;a Ecemcd strangely out plnce, in that O'er all this sunny, southern plain! for forty years, rrom my observation old fashioned spot, and Harvey observed Hnttle A. Mabry, in Ilanncr of Gold. of insanity cases here, I have come to that he would have felt more comforbelieve that the, increase of insanity is table nnd a package DRINK CONDEMNED. largely due to the use of impure liquor. of plugwith an old brier hour slipped cut A quiet half Wliut Mcdiciil Authorities Hum to Siy On The ordinary whisky sold now contains awny, while thj storm increased rather so much poison that it is liable to make the Drink Habit. than diminished, nnd realizing that mo It is not so well known ns it should any person who drinks it crazy." X. to bo M'eathor bound for a few be thnt the best medical thought of Y. Tribune. hours at least the necessity of n lunch-cothe world, for u penoration, and more, became apparent, and Harvey BITS AND BREVITIES. lias been opposed to the habitual use aroso to tho attaclt Harvey is an actor, of liquors of any kind as beverapes; is in season, and what he has learned In Dr. Hock, and that, for the past score of years, brutalizing; of Leipsle, says: "lloer wine, impassion; whisky the matter of picking up meals on tho many of the most eminent authorities western circuits helps him immeasurin the world of physicians have taken infuriates." is officially estimated that there ably in summer vacations. Repeated It the pround thnt the total abstainer beating upon the door failed, however, lives longer, is stronper, is more sound are now remaining in bond in the to elicit tho slightest response from United States 130,501,910 gallons of in mind and body, than the man who the inmates, and my anticipatory drinks, even though the latter be mere- whisky. of a rustic Ganymede is announced that the ladies of dreams It ly occasional. That is, they believe Ment gloomily to pieces. that total nbstinence should be the President Cleveland's cabinet have corpse in the "There must at house," remarkedbe a rule with everyone who wishes to con- agreed not to furnish punch-bowl- s Harvey reassuringly, serve the best powers of mind and their weekly receptions. leaning upon his biej'clo and turning bodj Muny of the authorities on this Miss Goui.n, of the Women's Help on mo a look of hungry resignation. I subject declare that the use of society, London, says that drink more was framing in my mind a neat reply, alcoholic liquors does not nourish the than anything else puts women more sarcastic than apropos, when the body nor improve tho health, but at the mercy of the sweaters. oaken door suddenly opened inward, is at all times harmful, and that in A nkw Minnesota statute punishes and an extremely pretty girl, with proportion to the amount drank and the drunkard by a fine from ton dol- long, curly, golden hair and big blue tho frequency of the potations, by lars to forty dollars for the first ej'es, confronted us. Surprise was mutho ciUition of n fow medical authorifrom forty dollars to sixty tual, but sho seemed tho most conties of the highest class. dollars for the second and ninety days fused. Sir Henry Thompson says: "I am of in tho workhouse for the third. "Why, why," she faltered. "I I opinion that the habitual use of wine, "Total Abstinence vs. Moderate thought to find one of the neighbors, beer, or spirits, is a dietetic error, say Drinkinp," Mas the subject recently but but" for nlfw' ;en persons out of twenty. In for debate by one of the literary so"Thero is no cause for alarm,!' interother w '3s, the great majority of peo- cieties in (ilaspoM university. The rupted Ilurvey in the v&lft; of hla mqpt ple, at a ty ape or of either sex, will former won by .sixty-siapproved stage father. "Wo aro perto thlrty-tMenjoy bet twr health, both of body and although our appear.So many accidents have been traced fect gentlemen, mind, 8ii will live longer without any to drunken employes on the Trans-Ande- s ance is admittedly against us. Wo alcoholic drinks whatever, than with line in Chill that tho director took the liberty to use your porch as a habitual indulgence in their use, even have decided to discharge anyone shield from tint .weather, and trust that .although juehusobe what is popularly who shall be caught under tho influ- we arc not Intruding." ' f un dors tot d sis moderate." "Oh, no no," sl.o nmtworetl conence of liquor, (iocd for Chili! i . Sir An row Clark said, in his em-- f fusedly. "You will excuc tne. Dave Ai'iiL'HN, Kas., a town of ono thoulihatle mi y: "I am bound to say thnt sand inhabitants, discourages the great is hurt I must go for the doctor," and or all oncst u'ork alcohol never Kentucky she ran by us and down 'the steps into whisky-makinhelps a In jnan soul. livery adult man The villageinterest of an open saloon the rain, lifting her calico skirts just has not had wlio Hud himself after trial and high enough for us to see that her . every ma should try to be a thou- - for fifteen years. Four elections in pretty feet were but thinly covered time have turned upon the quesbetter without alcohol, that sand tiiii-jat her licensing tho of strong with light slippers. Harvey tion i' should not resume it, because lie will drink,of at no election sale theatlirm-ativ- side in an instant has but .' work butter, he will enjoy more, lie "Pardon me," he said. "Where docs e vote reached forty-livwill have a longer exemption from dis-- I the doctor live?" the churches llourish, anil Auburn ense, he will probably live longer, and "Only n mile or so," she replied withho will bo better in all the is well pleased to be singular among its out stopping, "up the road." (Sho certainly sister villages. higher relations of life." pronounced it "rad" but I am writing IIkki: is ono of the things that the this in Ilnglish.) Harvey caught her I'rof. Sydney Kinger, in his "Handbook of Therapeutics," written in 1SS0, common sailor aboard a United Mates arm, and pulled her back to the shelmay, if lie will, buy from tering porch. says: "Experience plainly shows.thnt , one or another mess sluward, and Jack "Uut you must not run a mile or so," for tho healthy, alcohol is not a neces-sary nor even a useful article of diet. avails himself of the privilege in mod- he cautioned, "in such a storm as this, Varied, repeated and prolonged experi- eration. It is about the only alcoholic without hat, shawl, or shoes. It ence, and the testimony of many stimulant that Jack gets without would kill you. I will go for tho docmedical men, prove that troops en- smuggling it on board, for strong tor. My wheel moves faster than by tho apothecary your little feet" Tho girl hesitated a dure fatigue and the extremes of cli- drinks aro kept only Jack does not buy moment and then, ns Harvey stood if alcohol is altogether ab- or tho surgeon, and mate better Very enterprising sailors some- ready to btart away, thanked him stained from. The experience of the M'ine. save up their beer from day to shortly and gave directions for finding celebrated Moscow campaign showed times day until enough is accumulated to tho doctor's house. this; so also, quite recently, the Hed ho sliouted, During arduous yield a considerable degree of nlcoholic "All right Good-by,- " Itiver expedition. leaping into the saddle. "You take euro marches it hns always been found that, elation. In commenting upon some of these of Dave." without alcohol, the health of the men "Oh, dear, I hope he'll hurry!" said is exceptionally good, but as soon as differences in mortality the Registrar-Genera- l says: "The mortality of men the girl turning to me as Hurvey Bhot spirits are allowed disease breaks out Modern trainers recognize the fact that who are directly engaged in tho Hi, nor out on the road, anil sped uway through of the mud and rain faster than ho had the poM'er of sustained exertion and trade is nppalling. The death-ratresistance to fatigue is best promoted brewers, innkeepers, publicans, and over run from the villain in tho ploy. generally nil dealers in wines, spirits I thought a reply unnecessary. by abstaining front alcohol." hotel "Perhaps I might assist you," venThe llrltish Medical Journal (March and beer, and that of inn and death-rate." tured. "1 am a bit of an amateur 11, 188(1), In an article on "The Truth servants, Is above tho average It will bo seen that alcoholic physician. May I see Dave?'' About Alcohol," hyt: "Wo take it as Sho led tho way into the narrow hall conclusively proved, in the first place, consumption results in a high death- that alcohol is not a necessary food rate, in most striking contrast with way, up tho creaking staircase, wall and thnt tho most perfect physical the more generally abstaining farmer, papered at the sides in Imitation of white marble, and into a slufTy little and intellectual vigor is compatible gardener, and minister. with rigid total abstinence. We Such an appeal must bo made to tho chamber just under the dripping A prcnt. deep chested, mn- may go a step further, and confidently the drinker and tho drunkard ns shall leaves. assert thntpeople in perfect health are, impress upon his stupefied, drunken burned young fellow lay upon a tiny as a rule, better without alcohol. Thu brain tho fact thnt ho is more responsi- iron bedstead, while ono muscular leg evils of intemperance are manifest, the ble, more guilty for tho curso of in- hung over the edge, shuttered unit evils of total abstinence are unproved temperance, than anyone else can be. bleeding. An old woman with toft and improbable. The excellent health Also, wo must rid ourselves of the de- gray hair and thu eyes of the girl bent enjoyed by tho great and increasing lusion thnt the drinker Is a slave, ex- above him and called his name again army of teetotalers; the returns of in- cept in a feM rare instances, to an in- and again, in tones of tho most piteous tenderness. As mo entored she turned surance and benefit societies; the ex- herited appetite. If the brother this uncontrollable appetite, to my pretty guide, nnd, regardless of ample of abstaining nations, bcems to ns proof positive that total abstinence why does not his sister bring into thu a strange jres'iice, cried: "Ha is dead, Cleinmle, dundl My is at least harmless and safe. Alcohol world tho same inheritance? lly thu may bo accorded a placo as a luxury, it most powerful motives, by tho sever- ' Dave, ia dead!" and fell at tho bido of certainly has a definite value as n med- est popular restraint, deter tho young tho little hod, i.bblng and crying. Tho the drunkard's girl quickly glided by me, and placing icine, but M'o think it most desirable, man from forming her hand upon the miui'H ohost, said lit the interests alike of tru'tli and na habit ! l(einlllc. Tho lovely maiden swaying " Ileneath tho greenwood treo Has sot his heart to saying: "I.oo mo as I loc thee." So swavlng, swinging slowly His loved ono to nnd fro. His heart Mill rapture holy Out to his love doth go. And nhtlo his thoughts aro straying Among tho days to bo His heart Is ever saving: "Love mo n 1 lovo thee." William S. Lord. In Chicago Record. Another hammock swinging, A lover lwn.ls nbovo. He to his sweetheart singing With heart all full of lovo; ,' 1 9 . I tt v ! x 9 uncx-tende- d, n n. 9 M r V. pure-soule- d ..... 1 . 1 - ! M '; I 1 1 "-- J e n soft-eye- d, Mage-earne- rs e, x bed "it would bo all over." The alacrity with which Harvey nnd I offered to remain on tho scene and play farmhands until Davo was well b was, I thought only equaled by seconding of tho proosltiou, and mo staid. Those three wceki it was three before Dave could walk were a beautiful Arcadian dream a breath of a llfo We had never known before. It was all novelty, all interest to us, and a most excellent instructress in the gentlo art of farming. Hvery night when we had done milking the cows, feeding and waUsring the stock nnd all the hundred other tilings that rustics have to do, Harvey would say: "There is no getting around it, you've got to write a pastoral play for mo when M'e get where there are pen and Ink. If. alter this, 1 can't Whltcomb and I want to know." And it seemed like dropping the curtain on the prettiest sort of a play when one sunny August morning we rolled our wheels out and pointed them for Pitts Hold. The trio of the old house stood upon tho quaint little perch ami M'ntchcd u s oil up and make ready D.ivo M'us just ablo to bs about anil help himself. There were tears in the old motlur's iyce when she held our hands aud said: "Good-by- , try sons, and God be with you. l ou have hclpud him to savo my Dave, and he will bless you for it I've always heard that actors nnd newspaper men were very bad, indeed, but I'll never believe it again. Good-by.- " And then Dave, on Clemmie's d arm, hobbled down to the old gate, a.d thero we loft them standing in the shadow of tho grout elms aud Mavlng a parting t hat wo had promised should nol be for long. Neither of ns had much to say a we glided along at the foot of thtt emerald hills, aud, for my part, tears would have co ne easier than word. "That was an ikUI remark of Harrey at thU morniu;,"-fcai- d lungilC 'iibout luting a ning.ntHl' making us all swear to return it when found " "1 thought so at th ii:ie," I answered.' Just then hastllvHtl into his coat iorh. et, and producing ill cicre'.tts nae opened it with an exeUmalion of surprise. Clem-inlo'Clem-micMvine-woun- fortnight." "A fortnight!" exclaimed tho mother. "Why, what will becomo of the farm? Ho was getting in the liny when tho horse shied, and ho went tinder tho rake ami was hurt Wo cannot do that work. Clemmlo can only look after tho cows and chickens and the garden, and I'm too frail to help her. Oh! Dave, if mo should lose you" turning to the "He is not dead only unconscious." I drow near and saw at once that she was right Tho limb had been injured in some farming accident and an artery broken. I sot about to stay tho flow of blood. Tho girl brought mo a bit o tape, ami together wo bound It tighth. about tho bleeding limb, but it was no' strong enough, and tho llow was onl; I tore a slip front tin decreased. counterpano and 1 wound it over tho tape, and this was a decided Improvement Meanwhile tho poor mother had fainted of nervous exhaustion, nnd the girl busied herself ndmlnlstcrlng rewas just beginning to storatives. M'ish myself back on Park roM, when Harvey's familiar volco resounded through tho house, nnd In another minute lie nnd tho doctor.covcred from head to foot with mud, were with mo, "Ilrought tho doc along on my coasters," explained Harvey. "His horso was too slow for the case." The doctor promptly ordered the girl to remove her mother, and then with our assistance set tho broken inmes, bound up tho leg nnd gavo the patient a light injection of morphine, lly this time tho old lady had recovered and was back again. The doctor reassured her in n few words aud cautioned against disturbing tho sleeper. "Let him sleep ns long ns he will," ho said, "and I'll have him u bo ut in n 1 I Ky. Midland R'y Shorten anJ cjuickut telwrf n PftUTPn. Tblt ntlc forewarn humeri, fiihormcc and otheri nat toirrtpati on our lanJi without pr minion, at all (Uwh will be proiccutad to the ful it extent of the law. Signed: m. r.ACK()virz. T. II. NKWI.AND. O. C. LYON. K. Frankfort Cincinnati nnd between Only Direct Line Kentucky Midland. Traltu run by Central Standard Time. TmioTabl.t April I, 189J. No 7 No 1. No 3. TltAIXS KAST. p m. p in. am. 100 I.eae I'rantlort A 410 700 . . Summit .. 11a 4 j 706 " liUnom Jj 711 431 Frankfort, Qoorgotown unci Paris, Oarlislo, Mayavlllo, Oynthlnnu, Falmouth and Covington. Ail fur KREDIIAUMANN. J. L.IIKCK. C. WHITE. lickcti x in j. IS I'lMLLU'S. r.. HALL. T. I'KTKK DALMlClt. liitucu. MYKRS IIOrSK 1 " " ' " Swiutr Dtivall 7 iS 4 StAmeinic Grmmd.7 J8 40 " " " Johixen C. S. ; J4 t 451 4 5I a nn a 10 3 on ,1 4" n JCXITEHTT STi5LBI.E P. W. CREEN, Prop. Thu Mable, which li run n conneclln witn th Mjcri Home, lii,bcen supplied with n " Arrive Depot Newien Cet.lreviltc Klxnbttli ieoii:eton...ll .m .;j .5 7 1 40 304 , la 3 to J 35 I 16 S i'ani C jo I 30 j J9 3 J. J 3, 3 43 43 A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, 335 t Buggies, Wagons, TRAINS WEST. Arr Oenirevl.lt;?.. Arr Air Atr Arr Arr Johnson Paris .. I.c Klltalx'ih C Arr Newtown C. i. Depot.. .. No. a. No. 4. p til. lit 603 aoj q 15 (IS an is 9 9 ai oi; 10 37 11 47 No. 8 a. m, No it p in. 4 prepaid KIKST-0LAS3 ntl. 'TUj.imer' Snppl et and I belter than nupply the public with evi-- i K1Q3 OP ALL. KINDS. givento Wedding ! 4 i ('rornctown II 9 40 641 "45 6 51 7 Arr Duvall VirSunu'g - r4 10 17 77 8 co 1 10 Parties and ilurlai $' SJi J30 AL BURNS, Manager Personal and promptattention V. GREEN, rtoprietor Arr Elkhcin 05 Arr Niinmlt 11 13 QU Arr Frankftri .A. .. .11 39 9 J A connect! with L. A N. II connect wilh (. .V C. and L. S. Schrdute Nor. if, aj Ccoonecti with K. C. SUNDAY TRAINS. LEAVE NORTON DAILY Leave I'ranklort 9 00 a. m; (etrt!town 10 00 a m I.ve llori;etotn - 3;, arrtvn tranklait 11 J 13:60 p tn far Graham. Illuehclri, 1'ocihontii p m. Lynchburg, Rlchmurd and Norfolk. Thr Kentucky Mldltnd Kilwayaml connec Sleeping Can Irom Roanoke to Norlalk alio tioni (arm the ihoitctt and chetpi.it route to all frsm Lynchbure la Riihmnnri. point Nmih, Ka.t, North and Writ. Tralm lor i'ncahctntai, Powhatan and Ooodn I'or further information ipply t ihelr asrnl. will leave liluerield daily ate in, il ) p in. C. D. UEIICAW. (.eu Ia Atceiil m daily for Leave Hluefiolri 6 30 a m and GEO. II HARPER, On Supt Krnova and Columlmi, O , Chica(tiand all ptMlitr Weit Pullman leeper un 9 00 p m tiain tor .11 Sllrrr U round ...u nwi 7 13 7 7 7 JJ s 30 NWHorfolkfelernRFl ja wi Tralniarnvc at Norton Irow th Eail dally at it to a in. tn tchadulc. raleil furthrrtalormatton The annual meeting of lhi ilncklioltlcri ef the I'.all-r..a- .i MorcNii'i & CaipenltVi Station turnpike will le Ac jpply to ajtnti ef Norfolk ,V Western W. II. 1IUVILL, held at lluitontlltc nu Saturday, May ith, at 1 Ren. I'att. Aft iteinekr, Va. m , far thr purpuierf clcitlnt; a piciident and a M y IIRACG.Trav Pa.. Air.nl. board of dliector for the eii.mnj; I.II.MAN, I'fwdent 13 J K Turnpike Klcction. lll Turnpike Klcction. The animal m4ct.n1: fvr tiwptotlran of a and lkMitl olDireitort lor be Knob Lick Turnpike Co will hr held at the Pint National Hank of the ut Saturday in .May, , and itnckHttitlcri art rrby tiollfWd i're-iiief-nnt San Francisco Portland. A World's Fair Ztccord. CHICAGO -- 13 i'Ltr'ION iuWt.ER, rrt MA Turnpike Klcction. The atnuai meeting of lh tix.kr.oMer t.f the Tornei.vllle, MtiKleiiey .V Cofley'i Mill Turnp ke KMd Cr wi I be held at McKmney lit Saluniay III May, at i4,and ap m fur the putpotc ( rlc..iti( a iktardef Dlreciort Icr the I're-laef- ii iSHiMiiiMlii "CW'"rYI"f. iiJiMatCniCAa1r .a year ij II K C.OODK, 1'in Turnpike Election. The annual meeting of the itnckholder of the Huttonville .V CarpcKtrr'a lieek Tu npikc Co the lit Sttuiday in will be held at May, i94 at 1 p m , for the puipow. cf electing otllcei lor the et.iulnz yr r W I) WEA11IKRIORD, I're 13 PULLMA2TSAND PARLOR CARS. ONL LINK FROM LOt laVII LE RUNNINC K. II DINING WRIIK TO CARS. llACON.D V A. K. J.UKFD.G I'A Lojiiv.ile, Ky. lhUa;, III. Turnpike Klcction. A . St. Paul. Denver. .peeling of the atnek haMcr of the Sianlird A lie luinpike t.u, far the elcttton ol a l't.Uent aitti Haid of Dirrctuti far the 3,euimnt May year will be held al McCsimack 194 W W NUKI1 t'KRK. i'rci 13 M. Hi tint TIIK WKCKI.V G0UR1ER-J0URNA- L Turnpike Klcction. rnfley' VtclhoMer of the lluitonrille Mill TumMke it al Co. will meet at Dr. lliown'i at lluilotiv.IIe utSatuiday in May, itttxeiti a I) m lo elect a rreiidctit ana iioirum uirec- C LYON, 1'iet. C. tort for the cntuint; year. Th ,V ii a ton p eicht column demot raiic It ctHilalui ihe i.e.1 . f cvrrythm xtMng WATTE US ON It the claar COURIER-lOl'RNALasak- Beppr HEiN-U- Y ly. PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. The WEEKLY very bleral term, to afem , and cmi Ire prr mmi for rtub Sample ip.ei uflhe naper and foMr pate Premium huplcotetit int free to any aJrirni Writ to ei Turnpike Klcction. Clem-mie- 's I he ulttckhoMer of l e Stanford A. Huttonville L ThoCOURIER-JOURNATurapikc Roail Co wiUhvld lhe4r nouil eletU lor .1 i'rat'dem and Ilarl of llir.clori at tckoui-BoL'KlxYM 1 rurnvrtvillc, at a p w . Iie Ml Saturday I r CAII I'rri In.Mav, av4 the CO. r, K. Turnpike Klcction. MrO rm.cki A I uracriville Turnpike Co will I e htltlat McCuriNitcla May t,lh, iSm. at a p M. foi the eniul iSe pu'.xMe ef eUcli-- rf orhceia I r GlJ Kit. I'ret jiar A Semi k, Weekly Interior Journal, And The N ifieetinf of the tfxklfWrf l Kib It Weekly Courier. Journal Will be lee 1 lr AJdre, SS cne year ta any a1 H I'eit I g. s e e e. Mean-whil- In reply lw lwld out the alongside. cam, and there, on the cirarettefc, l.iy of the The rnnual meetlrt; of ihe Clcmmiu'a little turquoise ring. I urnnike Co for the Stanford "Shull you kwcp your promise?" I cletiKinnf Aa llallt ( and llotrl of Duectort lor l'rt'.dent ashed. til- - cnitiine Tar, wl'l lie held at Vandevecr't on the ut Stturdav In May ''M, "Of oourxj," said lie, fastening the turc in l. NN. I'tiM. jewel securely to his watch chain. "Of at ip. bi course I will but, say, ou might postpone writing Unit pastoral play lor mo until I return the ring. Tinc may lo Thenharel.o.der of the Iianslnif Fork .V Green a new sugpestit.n for you.'' George meet at Waro't Rier 'turnpike Rojd Co will Saturday in May, Tnggart, in Journalist 1 1 "What's M'roag?' I qurifd, riding p WAI TflN. Stinford. Ky It2 ?w. Turnpike Klcction. . Sta-ifor- STOCH: : MARKET AT 0TTENHEIM. II.Kinmn' en the MondftJ' In Mnrrll, iSot, and on eaih first Moodar .litteatter. a Mock Market will be held al Ottenheim for the sale ol llnriei, Cattle, Sheep aad lloji Priioni having nock to sell or ihotc wi.hiiiK to buy aro milted to attend, there will re no hatirc to nv. body. WM LAMiGRATK. Ottenheim, Ky. - Ji lt Turnpike Klcction. 1 man-of-w- The New llnrrodriburg Fair, its KU,irantecd purei's to IrnttfiH and pacern. will open u etake foreaddhuinr'B and uMiiingH of any upe, to close June 1st. when it Irtkes $ to nominate and $2 50 to start, payable the evening before. $150. Amount of Btnkc punmnteed M. Cnrdwell, Write for entry blankn toT. pccrelnry, llnrrndHhnrg, Ivy. tore in McKintieyon thu id 894, at J p. m , lor the purpose of ilecuui; a Hrca. idem and llturd of uiKCton lor the ntiiint; year. J. W. OIVKNS, J'rci. Ij $100 REWARD tf I Turnpike Klcction. Koad Co are iimltieU to meet at Hubble lit Saturto elect a llo.ird of Director! for day In May, My Hon was bnmed Krlday nirjhl, I'eb 3, '04, and I think roblcri ol part of Its contcnti, and for the arreil and conviction of guilty pnrtlet I will par f 100. J a HAMMONDS. 'Ihe itockholdtrsnl the Kuih Itranrli Turnpike Hubble, Ky ! th cntuiot; year. i8., 13 Fruit Trees For Sale Kin-ivill- From that old complaint w' llcntly cuied tn ynu I y un cn tc ptrma e Eleetropoise Others have been Hired why no' you f At our Fruit Farms and Nuriene ono milo Won of Lincoln county. We have as line a stock of Fruit Trent at any nan ever handled, ready lor tMnip'antini; nto oriharri and garden this rail Orciiart of Applet and Peaches will he attorted toaiilt cuttoirets at $10 per hundred. I) G Slaughter'tAdmr, I'lalnlllT,' The treet are nice, the varieties the belt. Every!.Mitll AK"intt thing ueedid tn mako home attractive and the D G Slaughter'b lln and Cr., Deft children happy will bo round here For circulars address J. A. ftUKKEfit CO., I'uriuant to a Judgment herein at the Kcliruary 64 KiiiKtvitie, Ky. term ol this Court, me undertlt n:d Ccm'r will Commissioner's Sale GREEN BmArTsPRINGS 1 On Monday, May 14, I894 ..! j . ! ts I quietly; County court cay for Lincoln county, Ut wet n the hour ol n a in and 3 p. m, ut the court houie door In the town "f suntonl, ell at public nn. linn tuihe hihctt and belt b drier, lift in ilil Not an eettncbtlt or baitiry, but a flj'.ple itr bprii.tfi, frcu lioui tho claim ol dower of home- .1 home t cAtment which causes ilie cnlire bod) vl steau 01 iL.. ucoswiiti tun .l.riAil Jul'. a.l ilnlk the jmtuijt tokbsjrb Thu but ilinK and eipupmi nt are all new. T ho acre, tituaied 1J4 tru.t ot l.iinl contuti o miles from Crab Urchatd, on the road Icadnij; to two tracts oiib DilppinK'l"l,r'"K, coniprung boly. Green llrur Springs will lie told to pay tho Ak iur re Rhbor about It; If he cuu not toll debt ol d. cedent and the cot of thi nttiun, tho s.nt l.ce. proceeds of tl e pcivonal taopciiy Uinginiullicifia you, wiito to ut Nothing K-- t x rcceiwil o many ItitimontaN for uut of hjiet ' cretlitof6 month pur-I'.imt from tiuiiwor (vrmns, many of whim a.e chaie. to execute bonda with approved tecmity, kiwwa to nv Wwiein Recorder, Louisville. payable to Cum'r, bearmi; 6 ptr ciut liitirett Irani mystery to me; aliuoit a t'.iy of ta.e nnt'l paid ami lt..vlii(; tho forcu nd Tin Kltitropoi-eMwlrncle l.ldtr John I crttctuf a JudRinent Lien retained on thu propIncac i.IghMhe hloctropoUa ro'icved me of erty ai add.ticnal MCtinty frr purclistt: price. b"'H ani vertigo. He Oeo. c9Evtloti v Matter C m'r Lincoln Circuit Court. II Mtn, Covington, Ky. The ComuiliMuniir will alto) pursuant to mid tmtlraly eurd of tho opi-aA Iricndol min wi tub to thu ll'gheit and hihit with KltntrtpoUi sv. W. W. Jlruc, jiidjuientbidderoila nne lernn, on May ai, II94. public outcry aud bait . II tutor vlllu, Ky. county court day for Garrard county, .1 tho eeuit The HUctropoiif i a ww.Jrt ful irlruMiHt mid STlJRE " hi vrk, haute dor in Laticattor, theLick, lu thoIIOUSIl lo b" It lit ie 'vwleifl lorkio, tut LOT, tiiuatetl nour I'amt ttllluMit-- T. I.. C UfiwUy, lPiwt) tew... the KtchmuiHl. Laucutkr, l.awe4i aud Spoonvitlc vWte.K). t.r.plk. road.. ( q WARRJN m c c A4dru DwlUt ft W.l. joo rurtU it , Ky. Disease Cured Without Medicine ForTwo Cents (a stamp) any reader of Thu I NTKKIOK Journal can have a .. 24 1 11 a Konr. m 1 sample copy ol The Southern Magazine by dropping a line lo its publishers at Columbia IHiilding, Louisville, Ky., and can obtain a club rate on the Magazine and this paper by addressing the publisher of Tiuc Intkkiok Uu-inltl- e, c Journal. .0& M iEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL Nkwest and nobbiest Koods at DankB'. Itanfohd, Kt., - - May 4, 1894 You will find the best stock and lowest priceB at A. It. Penny's. 9 Ski: the new jewelry and watches Penny's. He can't be undersold. m at Always Ready From 5c to O ft E. C. Walton, business Manager MEANS n ji J$m yT: To show the most marvelously pretty and the most marvelously Buy your ochool hooka and school supcheap stock of goods ever offered in the city of Stanford. There is Cam. and Helect parlor sets for the plies ol nil kinds at A. It. Penny's. no better stock of Wash Dress Goods to be found in any market than Watciius, clocks nml jewelry repaired next ten days. Finest simples nnd the we have and every new thing is to be found on our counters as fast as ami warranted. Kngmvinu specialty, lowest prices. W. W. Withers. tit A. It. Penny's. Tin: voting men have unpaged the Op they come out. The range in price Tine largest stock of Drnwi, Medicines, BUSINESS. I'ouxi), a pair of silver rimmed spectacles. Call at McKinney & Hooker's and pay for this notice. XflLE EXTRAORDINARY. We have now in stock over $v.ooo.oo worth of new and seasonable Dry Goods, Shoes, &c. In view of several discouraging features of this season's business, this is too much. So we have determined to use desperate means to reduce the stock. The goods must be paid for and we iruist have the money. We want to sell jSfi.ooo.oo worth out of the $30,000.00 worth by June 1st. We will beginjthis ty' Perfumery, Paints and Wall Paper at era House for a dance Friilay niht, Jlay A. K. Penny's. Inscriptions a special 11, and for a bin hop about June 1. Thk subject for the debate by the CalPERSONAL POINTS. Since the weather has opened up we edonian Society at Turnersvillo Satur- Per yard in every new weave. Mim. Pubax Wahhkn ia quite ill. day nilit is "Which whs the nn!i,ter have had a big trade, and now that Coxey is in the lock-uwe exMies Mattik I'.vxrox wont to Louit-vill- e man, H E. Leo or U. S. Grant?" pect to do more than ever. Don't buy until you at least sec our Tuesday. stock. Our Shoe and Clothing stock must be of the best because we HKJ.OOO lbs. of wool. Top Wantkd. Mr.s. W. J. Si'aucs whs down from Mt. Call on mo nt Mc have had a big trade in these lines, and when we cairt fit or suit you Vurnou Tuesday and Wednesday shop- prices Kiiaranteed. Kinney or John Ellis at Hustonville, wc take your measure and have ping. them made by a tailor. We carry or J. M. Durham at Middleburg. F. M. M11. Waynk Cook and wife, of Corry-dothe nicest line of Ind., nru visiting the family of Ins Ware. p , c m n, Extraordinary Sale, Jilomiau, may 7tn, A little learning continues to be a J. T. Johnson took Mrs. America datiKoroneJ thing. A negro boy of II, Rout to Iuiisville yesterday to visit his Boyle Shelby, was given two years at wife, who is her Danville for forging a check, on which And continue until we have reduced the stock to a reasonable size. Ma. J. IS. Ciuvxn, of Paint Lick, was Satins, Satin Duches and a big line of Silks for Waists, beside's every. propose to make a general reduction, Iroin 5c Calico to S3 Silks, hero Wednesday to Heo Inn wife, who in he got the money. We in Laces and Uraids to be found. We also have in stock a comOi'R great Bale of sample shoes has thing as well as hundreds of other items that we can not now mention. We under treatment of Dr. Carpenter. Mil. I). A.TVAiim.K and family have been the talk of the town; no wonder plete line of White and Neglige Shirts and Gents' Underwear of evexpect to lose big money, but we will sell a big lot of goods and get moved tothotiam Held farm near Pleas when wo nre selling :J50 and J I shoes ery grade, for boys and men. Our stock of Ties, Gloves and Hosthe cash. That is what we are after. We will make the unqualified ant Point, which he recently bought, and slippers for Jl !JS. Another lot just iery is in good shape and cheap. You can buy more goods statement that never before have such reductions been made on choice Mu. J. (!. Siika, general yard master received. U. F. Jones & Son. for the money than you ever bought in your life and we are the men A; 0. at Hundley, W. Va , is new goods right in the middle of the season. You know we buy our of the C. Wiiatkveb yon buy in Jewelry, buy it old goods'cheapand you know we sell them cheap. Now read our price visiting his Fish,friends in this section. in in sterling silverware and don't fail to that can furnish them. of MU Vernon, was Ama .1. list below and see how we reduce prices for town v ilnesday. Ho had just recover see the line that Dunks, the Jeweler, is M11. tirother, Dr. u 15. Cook. Site in Solis, Wash Site (Hota to-da- y grand-daughte- r. HUGHES & TATE. THIS SALE. Don't wnit until this sale is over ami expect these prices to continue. Don't wait at all come in at once, buy all you can use and tell your friend about the bargains ed from a vory suvOro attack of typhoid fever. of Marion, who ctmie up to the Initial of her hister, Mrs John A. Handren, returned home yeulur da. 4 DRESS GOODS. 35c ynrd for 38 in. ' ,o-in- . 3pc 41 38 in. 39c " .6 in. 50-11- MinKfl Lm.i.h.n I'orsytiik and Birdie (iivem, of J n coin county, are with Mrs. L. B. Uivena. IlHrrodeburj; SayI - s. W. Mknkkki: and It. M. Newland left Wednesday for Cumberland river nsar Somerset to upend hoiiio 10 days Hilling and hunting. Mns. Mauy K. Wki.ij, of Junction 50c City, returning from a visit to her daughter, Mrs Charley Turner, at Livingston, quitted. spent Tuelay night with Mrs. Itaunie 75c Aitkii Pat Cane was indicted for the Summer will be upon us before you realize it and yon had better preBurks. murder of Mnishal Silcox, his case was 50c pare for it now by inspecting our stock of Mil. AMI MllH. WM. ClIKSTKIiriKLI), of cilled at Danville Tuesday, but he want50c Kinsville, were hero yesterday. They ed time for the excitement to wear down Spc tell us the canning factory is progressing and at his instance it whb continued till ( 11 11 at .1 II Ct k it II finely and they will bo ready for work Si next court, nnd he was returned to jail Auk. L " finest printed French Challies. were 50c. without bail. Further information 3)c Mh. Kiiank Siirrman, late of Ghent, shows that the murder was even more Belgium, the clever Kentleman who goes willful than reported and had tho people ahead of the Uncle Tom Cabin Co. was taken the law into their own hands and . all wool Serges and Henriettas, were 50c; And selecting such articles as you know you need. Our stock is un- here iuesuay arranging lor the coming hung tho 3pc yard for murderer thev would have been of his show. ' " 60c; " " " " surpassed iri this section and our motto is: A7fa more justifiable than mobs usually are. A dispatch from Van Wert, 0., save " .join. Silk Warp Henriettas, were 75c; Tho law ought to break his neck though, 50c that Miss Lucy Jolum was seriously but it is doubtful if it will. . " 5oc Moire Crcpon, were S5C; burned by natural hh Wednesday. She 6V)c will be remembered as the excellent " .2-in- . wool Grenadine, was 85c; U. T. 0. C Which being interpreted teacher of vocal mimic at tiie college, mean's Uuelo Tom's Cabin Co. and it " Priestley's best figured Henriettas, were Si J 75c aid as a very eupfrior vocalist herself. will bo with us next Wednesday night, " Camel's Hair Grenadine, was Si. 50; Si Mu. Hoy Bka.lky, boh of Mrs. Mildred Marney A McGowen, are the proprietors, Wc are making new customers each day by fair dealing and prices in ' Coin. Waterproof Cravanctte Serge, was S2, Beuley, of this neighborhood, lias an- and their advance man, Mr. F. Sherman, 5i.35 harmony with the present financial condition of the country. nounced himself a candidate for the says they havo tho best show of the kind democratic nomination for jailer of on tho road. Its Topsy, Miss Kttie AkCasey. If ho win the honor the rub ron, can't be beat, and her songs, dances ipe ynrd for all Silk Printed China Silks. will come in the final election. Casey is and banjo specialities carry the house by . fine China Silks, worth 60c; pretty generally republican. storm. Old L'ncle Tom, Little Eva, LawDit. A. I). Jamkp, representative from yer Marks, the donkey and- - the blood 50c " " 32m. Plain China Silks, were 65c; splendid band and n superb to the hounds, Muhleuherc and " j6-in- . extra fine real Japanese Silks, were S5C; 75c World's Kair, member of the constitu- orchestra combine to make the show a " 25. in. Plain vnd Twilled Printed Silks, were Sjc; 50c tional convention, &c, was here Tuet- - gooii one, even without its many special ' Cheney's finest Printed Chinas, were Si; 59c day, in the inteiest of the Louifcville ty features. Admission --V, !I5 and 50c. Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. " new Printed Taffeta Silks, were Si; Commercial and secured many aubscrit-er- s Reserved seats at W. B. Meltoberts'. 73c My stock is sure to please you in to that excellent paper. The doctor "Liberty" Silks, were Si. Printed " new 73c Tun Itoyco Entertainers are not mis ia a hiistlt r and if ho hasn't got his ese'e " choice any finest finished Taffetas, were S1.25; S$c T'le company is small but each republican nomination oye fixed on the m 'tuber is nn artint and music and fun " Swivel Silks, were ;oc; 39C for home State ollice, wo confess to be f illow fast and furious. Mr. Hay L. Itoyco ing a poor diiiiMioser. " Mack Hrocadc Taffetas, were 85c; h is hardly a peer as an impersonator A full stock cf Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastine, Var" Satin Stripe Moire Antique, were S2.75. S1.50 "CJTY AND ViniMTY. a id he whs encored again and again, re- nishes, &c. sponding each time with something new A. It. Penny's is the place to buy nnd in the most good until red manner. m in.. Miss Lizzie II. Itoyco is a very gifted muIOC yard for Genoa Crepes, have been 20c; Hefore Spring Cleaning. Khksii line of Zeicler shoes at S. II. sician and showed herself the mistress of Shanks'. best 31 in. Penangs, were 8'3c; 7c m my instruments, while Art C. Moore best 3fi in. Penangs, wore 12 'jc; IOC SiiKtr eheara at W. II. Wearen A aa banjoist, maudolinist, guitarist, etc . Co 's. . displayed a most remarkable musical tal best Printed Ducks, were 12'jc; IOC and wagons at cott at Farria A lent. Tho entire show was greatly encZE "CtiZID Plows w Printed Hlue Ground Pk., were 15c; IOC Hardin's. joyed and wo take great pleasure in recfinest French Orgamlies, were 40c; 29C ommending it to tho public. Swkkt potato plants '2oc per 100. 0 J. beautiful line of Scotch Lawns; 3 Xewland. Aoki), nrr .not Infirm. Mr. M. DJ Printed Indian Dimities, were 123c; Hardin, the noted bonifaco of Monti-cellGknuink John B. Stotaon f'i.00 hat at What, why my money on every purchase not made at the One 40 in. Irish Lawns, worth ia hero, with his wife, reviewing J2.1S, only 0110 to a customer. JI. F. Horse Store of Ginghams; " choice of any 10c the scenes and recalling tho events of Jones A ?on. hischildhoodnnd early life. Eighty-fou- r Sergette Cloth, was 20c; 32-i14c A kouii hole coal oil stove; cost $15, years ago tho old gentleman first saw the will sell for $0. Good as new. 13. F. light in tho houso now owned and occuJones & Son. pied by Capt. II. T. Bush. His father, ... r - ..,.. Cl.ItJtirr Print;-" yoods too. I am aent for the LexiiiKton Stemn who was James Hardin, and came from Who try to sell Staple and Fancy Groceries and other JV. y.UU IUJ UC31 washing. Virginia, bought tho place of tho disand Ulack Prints; Mfn Jlrinp mo your Laundry. " best Indigo Hlue 4c tinguished old preacher of those days, Jesso J). Wearen. Masonville, Print and Lonsdale Lotons; giving him a negro For almost any thing you may want. Goods Cheaper than Ever. Thkue is no stovti that n'ves the satis- - Jeremiah Vardeman, Hope lllcachcd Lotton; woman nnd some boot for it; at his sale fact 'Ttie New Vapor IVocess" does. W, Unbleached Sheeting; 10- -4 while double that amount it brought II. Wearen & Co. wouldn't get it now. Mr. Hardin is tho Utica Pleached Sheeting. I am on the market for your wool and last but three of 11 children, the other will pay as much as anybody. Sackp. two being Timothy Hardin, of Milledge-villaged 79 and Samuel Hardin, 72, ready any time. I. M. Bruce, StanSi. 75 pair Ruffled Muslin Curtains, were S2.50; ford. Crab Orchard. He wont to Mouticello " " 3.00; 2.25 " Bk euro to ecu mo nt Stanford before 03 years ago and for 40 years of the time 11 3.25; ' I igurcd you sell your wool, or Jess Itout at Mc- kept tho Hardin Hotel, and made much 2.50 1.50; Kinney, or Win. Itout at Morelaud, or money and many friends. Ho has had Madras Curtains, were 1. 00 " I have added to my business a line of three wives, the first two bearing him n at Hustonville. Win. Morelaud. 3.00; 2.00 k child eacl nut '8 third and present, 4.50; Chenille l'orticrrcs, were Ovkh 800 sample hats just received who was a Miss Worsham, an even dozlatest styles nnd shapes, no two nlike. en. Nine of the M aro living, including 7.50; were Silk Curtains, 5.00 Wo have hats to suit everyone nt less the merchant and hotel keeper of this 5.00. Irish Point Lace Curtains, were 4.00 than manufacturer's prices, fl still's at place, Mr. Mark Hardin. For one of his $2.50, &c. B. F. Jones & Son. ago, Mr. Hardin is remarkably preserved From which I can sell you Carpets cut in any length and to match tally. II ia step is Wooi.. Sou D. S. Carpenter at Hus physically and wnen ready-mad- e without wasje. If necessary, can order it, have it made and get it Muslin and GingWe offer our entire line of Children's Bell your wool, it steady and ho is the same jolly disposed here in two days. tonville, before you less than our first prices. nl ways made him friends ham Dresses at just will bo to your advautago. Ho is at man, which has popularity. Tho I. J. enjoyed Iub Green'B old stand and will pay cash for and to hnve him make many your wool. Don't have to haul it any call and hopes more during bis annual visits to his eon. former prices farther. and Capes at prices but little over one-hal- f 67.c all wool Novelties, were 39c; silk and wool Novelties, were 30c all wool Henriettas, were 50c; nil wool Scrgn, were Ooc; " all wool Hrown llcrge, was Si. " new figured Henriettas, were 85c and Si. " Silk Warp Lansdown, was Si. 25; . all wool Plaids, were 85c; " ' choice lot of Novelty Dress Goods, were Si; '" choice any Novelty Dress Goods that were Si. .jo-in- illk'H. showing. This is a pointer for you. If you want the latest styles, see our stock. Wo can civo you prices that defy competition. Watch our window this week. It is full of new idem. D.inks, the Jeweler. AojiTiTTKi). A few days ago Albprt Homme), who keeps n restaurant at How- land, got out garnishees against 1 railroad men, who owed him for meals and they retaliated by swearing out warrants charging him with selling whisky unlawfully. The three cases were tried before Judge Varnon and a jury Wednesday, when Mr. Ilommel was promptly ac1 m m ir BLACK GOODS. Dry Goods, Notions, Car- pets and Shoes. Prices that Worry our Competitors 3S-in- 46-11- 40-in- 44-11- DRESS SILKS. 37c SEVERANCE & SON. : 2.1-in- 11 WALL PAPER 24-11- na-ned- . DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. 67,c WASH GOODS. Hirsne -- ttour hiuPaxhustg DoarE -- m m 7c Sc Sc !2c; o, LOST M OJST 1 6c" 22jc Jh DOMESTICS. -- McKinney & Hocker, CALL TH 12c i-- 3, McKINNEY & HOCKER. CURTAINS. 1 e, CARPETS! H. 0 CARPET - SAMPLES, CHILDREN'S DRESSES. one-third SPRING WRAPS. Jackets J. McROBERTS. -- "r YAVSruggisti Kit We are authotired to announce Lawson, Harrodsburg's color- Dr. S F. Scott, of Mine Ridge, Harrison county, J DR. W. 13. Mo, savs, "For whooping cougn, Chamberlain's councilman, is dead. 11. Couch Kemedv Is excellent ' ny using it freely - ed -U- m.McConnaghy has been appointIt depried of newspaper men the diseaseThere no dangerall dangerous RemeTwo Connecticut In ghing the is A candidate for Representative In Congress, ed postmaster at Bnrnside n Allant Gn, w1. ntMMi 15c dy in babt. as it contains nothing Injurious Office South Side Main St., In office recently in the action ol the Democratic party of the Published Every Tuesday and Friday d turfa and o cent bottles tor sale, by Dr. S. G, lloclcr, Eighth Congressional Inilth t of Kentuck) -J- ohn Mehlroy vacated by Dr. Lee V. Huffman, Stiufnrd, Ky. Mif3 Xiiney JohnBOn hn8 bl.en p. Dritgslst, Stanfo'd AT police of Lexington. , OHtma8tor ut All, Ijaurel C0HI1. , SS2 PKB YlCiUUV ADVANCK man, is now chief of ..SALE OF.. Qunrautood Cure L Illietl OUllfS una II 1,011 umi-- jy( 1110 TheSavis Vertical charged.' Sewing1 Machines not so paid 32. 60 will be We authorise our of main track and 40,824 miles of sidei 'William Wells, a Methodist preach-track- ; Dr. King's New advertised druggist to sell you Discovery for Consumption, er, was arrested in I'aintsvillo for moon- - Coughs and Colds, upon this condition: If jou total 221,0:?! K. C, LOCAL TIME CARD. are atilicted with u Cough, Cold or any Lung, Ate th. bet because 'hey run lighter and can do In a wreck on the Burlington Road, shining. Throat or Chest 1 rouble andw ill use this remedy As Executor of W M. HUgins, deid . I will a greater sanely ol work Ihsu any other sewing Train naves Rowiand at 7,00 a. m., returning near St. Louis, two persons were killed giving trial and The democrats of St. Paul. Minn., according to directions, you may it a fairthe bottle sell at public auction n the premises en maihinc The expunnce no benefit, return c could tn,t elected their candidate for mayor by and ha e your money refunded and several woiinded. LOCAL TIME CARD. May 31, 1894 Lndlos male this otter If we did not know that Dr Kings Lincoln County Freddy (lebhardt has become tired of over 1,000 majority. New Discovery souls! be relied upsm. It hcser 11 37 pm 'I he Farm of Are cardial! R Penny's Mill tram going North largo tnvltssl to csll al the M Asaph disappoint. Trial bottles free at A. The president cot a pull on himself drugstore Large nip horse ramie and lias disposed of his South " " Hotel and rsamiac the machine, as wcllassam ujpni s.. and St. ... 11 51 pm etriiiL' of thoroughbreds Express train " South Wednesday and sent in the nominations pies of its work SIcMUKKAV IIKDS, Land, - " " North am 31 Stanlord, Ky ' Curo for Horulnclio, Thirty indictments for carrying con- of 10 or more postmasters. ..936.1m Cscal freight North About 75 Acre. in cultivation now, the remainder South.. ' 107pm cealed weapons were found by the Law As a remedy for all forms of Headache Klectrlc in grass, situated 4 mil :t from Crab Or' haul. 8 The steamship Oceanic brought from Th latter train also carry passengers. Hitters has punts! to le tne sery best It cffctls miles from mile WW ARl China CIS Chinese, of whom obi expect a permanent cure and the mod dreaded habitual Matlon. on Statilordk and railroad from Ctslar t'reok the L. N Two story Irtime The above it calculated on standard time. Solar rence county grand jury. We urge house, four r urns also dining room and kitchen. sick ho.nl tch' jlcMs toils influence ima i about so minute fatter. The Train Dispatchers' Association to be landed at San Francisco. all who are atnictid to procure a bottle and gle porches, ,vc, gond cittern, smiVe house, an tie Fredericksburg, Va., proposes to this reiredr a fair trial In caes ot habitual of America will hold its annual convenhouse, double iabin in yard, large .1111, two cum QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Electri. lltttirs inc. by giving the I a HUtkttnith houses Irons the rltit with a Urge have a peace jubilee, April 0, 1S93, to needed tone to the boo els and few s long re- cribs, two buggy farm stilland oMer'd ilitwo Shop, wellam nist bi k ck of M 1. II V KK , wh. h I and tion in Chicago on Juno 12. irlc-- ted St 'I he be trails l'.l, lll ol this meduln Try it once Large and as ai.whcle. Land nates will bear interest sell cheaper than eer .viim Laura Going North trtint pan Junction City a foThe tow boat Time, owned bv Bar- which Federal and Confederate soldiers sist theuse to cents at A. R. I'enii) s Drug Stotn Jar' w, a su" llow: Vestibu.c starts 6 a. m. bottles onlv In 6 perior tnmmer lrm Cinunnali. hasrugaged with irnm Jan. I, i&as, six per cent. Limited y.) p. m Local is p. m. KloiiJa rett iY Son, burned to tho water's edge at will be invited. months: one ilurd i. months and hetiae. In me and I n uairnirc satltfictlun in e ery parLimited 3J3. a m mile ef I'crsans who sympathise with the nlllictcd wil 18 months. Good school In ticular. all a.d see my goods N O. Vestibule 11 tS p. m. Florida Paducah. Shu cost $13,000. H. Uodes took in Soutn Collector C. Alderner cows with cnlse. rejoice with I) K. Carr. of tits Harrison street, MISSLICCIE IIEAZI.KV, Limited iXtca m Local 11 33 p. ru. s cows and cales. an old tulterer from Two hundred United States soldiers Stanford, Ky in April, exceeding the collections Kansas City lie is but has not fielnfotc btcil Vestibule arrives S o P rn co s without calves Rheumatism, to pro- in any other month in the history of the troubled in this climite. Last winter he went up 3 steer. In ve been stationed at Spokane t male cow into Wisconsin and in consriueuce has had antect trains from the Coxey thieves. ollice in this district. other attack "It came upon me again sery acute i caltrsand pigs. ".ty joints swelled and j sows Juror Armstrong, who offered to sell Mr. George W. Abel, one of the edi- and severe," he said. to touch and almost to look, shoat. becamoiiillauied sore ijmale hog. his verdict in the Cotllus' case, was sent tors and owners of the Baltimore Sun, at I'pou the urgent request of mv a work horses. I good buggy mare that a lady can tries! Chamberlain's l'ain Halm to reduce r nil Meckel Fruit and Ornamental Tree., Grape to jail for IS months at Indianapolis. died of pneumonia. He wai the oldest the swellitig aud ease the pain, and to my agrera-bl- drite met, Aspatagut, Smalt Fruits, Shrub, and young mare in foal by Hatkly's saddle herse. surprise it did IkjiIi. I have used thtre soc The Uopkinsville Kentuckian, which son of the founder, who ran it for 30 odd usually foam! in a nnrt.ry establishment 26 head of shtcp bottles and Dene e it tone ine unesi wung lor U e sell dlict tst the planter and base rm agents iS iambs. keeps tally, says that 17 men were hung years. thcumatism, pmns and s tilings estant " I'or Household anilkltch.n farniture, farming Im- (attbguci on application S. U Mocker, Druggist, Mantvrd. sale by Dr by mobs in April, making 39 so fortius II F. HILLK.NMKYKU. son of John Lewis, of plements, such as slim el and turning plows, hay Tho m 5 Lexington, Ky two horse wage4i. year. lth I'll rake. I mowing msctlli. a , was very sick A ladr at Tooley. Henderson, drank a half pint of whisky, ess n spring wagon, corn shelter, rockaway, a priminrnt merwhen M C lous John Stngg, aged 07 years, tho old- which he found in the house. He was chantcolic the toon gaeI iler a bittle of Chamber-Iai.rusher, whtat fan, straw cutter, plow gear, hfr of He etc. Alto a lot ot baeun, lard, slnegar, corn, hay, Colt , Cholera and !'iarihtra Keme.y est man in Mercer county, died Tuesday. seized with spasms and died in a nun tts after taking the straw, etc.track of knob land ol 10 she wa well In sirs Also a arret, ss ell Staggs of this a. ITfc He was an unci" of the O fir'.tdose ForMdcbyDr. S C. llockcr, Drug beted, on Ottcnhcim pike near Cox's Gap. tim told gist, Stanford Incounty. separate The number of post ollices have 1 o doors above All sums under $10 cash. All overdue Janu Always en hand fisolafely Representative Lisle, of Kentucky, creased 1,2S1 during the last 12 months, ary t, ts.it, with interest from day of sale and secured by pertonai secutlty. is seriously ill at Washington, and the and now number 0S.40.1. The mileage The Nobicst and Nicest Goods? Et if lil(.(.IN-chances for his recovery are considered covered is 252,730,374 miles, and tho cost Can be hsd in the market I'm s lower than the JKILIUO rKN'NESSKE. A cream of tarter baking pow- doubtful. lowett Mourning goods a specialty. Call and ?2$,010,190. examine before busing der. Highest of all in leavening During Monday night a severe storm The Harrodsburg electric plant, Mrs. J. B.: Montgomery, Prop. "AVIS DUDDF.RAR. Mrs. Kate Dudd.rar. Manager strength. Latest United States prevailed in Colorado. The snowfall in which cost 112,000 four years ago, was Stanlord, Ky COMMIkCIAL IILOCK Government rood Report. mountains was from flvo inches to sold Wednesday to its electrician for the The best hotel In tne city ana the only one with a sample room for drummers hspcua attention two feet in depth. It has no arcs and very poor HOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Rales Jr. to the traveling public Alfred McCawley, of Paducah, shot AS ASSICNEE OF IOO Wall Street, Now York. -- H. O. Casey, of Harrodsburg, has THE OLD himself through the brain because his umpiring of a game of base ball did not disappeared leaving a wife to whom he Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., suit the bystanders. had only been married six mouths. Fi- I lifer for sale pr,itly Ms Ur.ALlK IN- Miners and shippers of the GENUINE Two members of the Russian Imper- nancial trouble is said to bo the cause of WARNACK, I'ror SAM WHOLE STOCK of GROCERIES, ial Commission to the World's Fair, wero his disappearance. London, - - KENTUCKY. : locked up at Chicago, accused of insultA. It. Sutton, the whisky forger, wan c on reasjmaMr'tin-- e and leims. 1 he has preand in cry Refitted anJ Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford 'and ing ladies on the street. been cleared of all damaged 'm,.1 guilt on ttie lust iintliL(uieni ptreJ toattwj refurtiishe.1 of th. publicwayRatesRowland. Office corner of Depot street and tne wint. crossing. Hon. Frank Hatton, editor of the against him at Louisville and given two very reamiisMe Is In First Class Condition 6 HIGGINS A WATTS. master Geueral under vears in tho penitentiary. Seven other Post, and and bxted In one of the most desirable stands m President Arthur, died of paralysis and indictments remain to be tried. the lit A. S. Iheagen.yt.ltno (aily papers PHTsI RTLRY HOIISK t,e nautferred In purthasear tf stM.k ami a will e ,..,,r Bright's disease at Washington. Mount Hercules, Island of Papua, ef lonuderablercsenue II I'A X 1 () SURGEON DENTIST J K' U' RBY.lProprlotor. Owen county will take a vote on tho is tho highest in the world, its altitude Assignee OfScoover McRobetts Drug Store in the new - KontUCky. - liquor question in a short time. Several being 32.7M5 feet. Mount Everest, India, London, Oirsley iiutlding. Stanford. precinctH of that county are prohibition, was until recently put down as the lliirhhave moved t my riew Hotel and am bettai prepared than eer to accommodate the public aud the remainder want to become so. IW, OUl 11 is onlv -- Si.vnj- ffi't IIIV."conenicnea dr Candies, j LncryiU4chp4 anj VITAL TO MANHOOD. Nuts. Tobacco, Cigars. There was a landslide near St. Al1 A landslide at St. Albans, (ueber, ared. Gucneacall. W (.1M.I.N. ProprM-tobauy, west of Quebec, Friday which car- chantea tho face of the country or milt KRi J7 : : : Kentucky. ried an arc a mile in length into the St. and causes widespread desolation Carriage Painting and Trimming Headquarters for almost anything Anne river. Ten persons wero killed. One family buried under tons of earth, I Another lynching waa perpetrated It was thought to be an earthquake. Hotel you want. When you want aTirst- - willam Mill ruaning thl. gosssutae rwlitist sal ' R,5?:- - C' WEST'S NERVE AND JJRAI.V TREAT I continue tr gi say now prepared n,,.a decision O! JUUge nt pamtiB)t rnm'mj,, to do all Inula of Carnagea a specific tor Hysteria, Dlzziuesi, Fits, Neu in Iowa, by a mob at Missouri Valley, EdtiT, twn as well as the best the saarkst sfTtds. alteu Repairing. Give me ralsa, Headache, Nervnu's l'rostration caused bj er Daugheiy'ssh.pon Mainsncvt. alcohol or tobacco, Wakef ulneei", Mental Depression who broko into the jail aud hanged one Frankfort, the bondsmen of Ex State call. class meal for 25c, call on him. Special Attention to tho TravelSoftening of llrain. causing innnity, tulsei, decay of the thieves who killed the city marJ Treasurer Tate are allowed credit for death, I'rtruaturo Old Age. Uarrenness, ions a st.i.ford Ky. B ing Public. either m, row InWenknecs, Impotency, Leucorrhcea and al shal last Saturday. The foO.OOO made from Tate's estateInvoluntary Looses, Suerrna female torrha-wife of David Fortune, of by When you wiat a The caused of brain, balance which they will have to pay is Imikoiii corns to my A month's treatment, L county, gave birth to four children t27,ooo. ;3D. 20?,?5' hK mal1- - W1U cac order for C boxes, wltt . will send written guarantee to refund it not cured IoIVISRY STABLE. three girls and a boy. They averaged Ouaranteetlsueiby ngent. WEST'S The Great Northern railroad strike At the old stand ol J. 11. Green, in cures Hick Headache, l)iliouxnes, 14 LIVEHI'ILU 3 pounds each. Stanford, Ky. er Ccu. plaint All died witLin 12 Ima liouri ucttlo I Inrnnlv ttirniiirh tlm in- Ct" ,rt" i;r!hV.s;!,,r.,ue,,;,a.VeWM soar Stomach, Dyspepsia and - - Kentucky. Issued ouly by hours after their birth. iluence of a committee from the com Hustonvlllo, A small hand satchel containing mercial bodies of St. Paul and 5Iinueap- Has just reccised a beautiful line of A. R. PENNY. Ky. Mrs. George Gould's diamonds, valued olis. President Hill made some conces- NATIONAL BANK Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &C. JAMES VKAGER 1 HOMAS VEAGF.R at JSO.000, was lost by that lady's maid sions aud the men agreed to return to AY VOU ARE GOING.. OF STANFORD. KY. Call and see his stock and get his pikes which while going to the depot on their return work II jou want a tike set are lower VEAGER & YEAGER, boy, ol of hMtfct.(than an bodys John Parker, a a whipor a.luster from the Catekill mountains. Capital Stock- ' An anonymous letter received by Col. Findley, O., was bitten by a rattle snake ..THE.. Surplus STABLE, LIVERT, FEED AND ' -- ' W. L Davis, postmaster at Paris, states from the elfects of which ho died in a "T"f""" C i -- J e Attention of the public is invited to the fac at that place will be few hours. The neiihbor8 then turned that the thatthisit the only National Itaak in Stanford Special Kates to Commercial Men. blown up with dynamite if Col. Breck- out and made an effort to rid the larm of Under the prosisions of the National Hank Act I am now ready to deller manufictured Ice depositors are secured not only by th capital BTaVNFOnD, KY. snakes, killing 03 from one den, many inridge is allowed to speak in it. stock, butb the stockholders liability Irom the Stanford Factory to customers regularlv mammoth 8IZe. esery morning at the rate ef FinV CRN If. amount equal to the stock, so Six buildings at Kirksville were If you need luery gle us a call Nothing but this institution are secured by atnat depositors ot PER Ht'NDKED roUND LOiSand over, and fund of $,00,000 A movement is on foot for tho or at us Mv. sworn including Wilmore's general will leave our stable, first class turnouts burned tsc In smaller lot. Louisville a Nashvilic R. R. statements of thecondition of for rates. In our E iiuemku. Stafford, are wade each yearto the United Stst.s the bank i I gov.ro-me(ieorge Deering's residence, MrB gani,ttion in ouo body of the employes store, and its assets are eiamlntd at HARNESS SHOP oy government agents, thus securingstaled timet Cotton's millinery store, Mrs. A. L. of the Louisville and Nashville system. ' Is the line for you, as its ..Million. nd perfect safety depositors. Jane's residence and two vacant build- It is not plain what the object r.imed at Ladies, Your Attention, Please. You will find s good assortment of Harness, llti- - This institution, tooriginally established as th. dune by Deposit Itank of Stanfur!in ) ur repairing dlts, addle. Ai Hae ings. is from the circular issued, which recites !! ik.Kin and our man he understands his business Wc have a ted as the . jtinnal Hank n Stanford ......' Make close connections at A woman dentist has hung out her that tho employes should help the rail-- ' My Stock Of Millinery luckhamc in our again as the First National its ol ll.Sk Stanlord In 1M1, has lud praitually an unintcr LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI shingle in Holly. As tho new practi- roads in their present trouble. I, bei g rapidlv ..pene and It embraces eNery BLACKSMITH SHOP. rupted Miitenreof years It 1. tetter supplied tning For all points. have tis ltlirwcll a j,,.,, t.rrtij an tlih ,0 I lrlm forengaged is a , Will guarantee first cla work and satisfactory uow wiih taciittea for transacting business prompt tioner is young and pretty, she has lots 1I1U UBUMlier of O me Mie llu ft THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. ly and liberally thantver before in its long of business, aud the youths of the place Kansas Bllfe robber, HOt oOO feitfliattireS to Udyofmu. cspenem. ai tutc and Is sure t pr s lito.rhrrttsi UAOGVGE CHECKED THROUGH honorable career Ai. osinls of corpratlont. and grn!s for DceriLg M.i i i.es, the ghtest draft gisesatitfa tijii An nmn mmn of go wis in- firmt and individuals respectfully solic- For any information enquire of are said to almost enjoy getting their a petition for her fathers pardon, and i: ,i ,0 machine rnanii siki iokil T cm it JOES. HICK. Agent, The Directory of this Hank is campoted ol then raisHtl money by washing and e teeth pulled. Stanford, Ky Or W. A. McQUOWN. Trav. Pais. Agent, Forettut Retd, Lincoln county ; Judge James 51. Poeey'a collections to pay railroad fare from her home Junction Cty, Ky S. T. Harris, Lincoln; of internal revenue as stamp deputy in Norton county toTnpoka. There she O. A Lackey, I.UcoU, $27S,74:'j30, which is ovr saw the governor and Hecuied the parA. G. Lanham amount to John B. Cattleman. J. W. Ilaydtm, Stanford.; Stock of Goods Just Rccchcd 512,000 mote than the receipts of any don. S H. HaugJimaa.lHncolH; A fearful slaughter of Mexican Alnqf; p'frv rli'Stirii of Ivih Linn Chntt-- nun rntild fur. sitrli rm Rat previous month during the history of J.S. Hocker. Stanfanl; diera bv Ya.j.11 Indians is roported to U) W A. Tilbble, Stanford, Josto ycnnd Reception, Vienna, Cut Oak and Him Dinner, the ollice ut Lawrenceburg. place in the bierra tie l.acntel. M I. Uliuare, lave . . . -- , . aStanford, CincinRather than remain in the T.I'. Hill.Staaford. Taylor leaped Five hundred wero led into nati workhouse, Carrie K. L. Tanner, McKlnmyj narrow canon and then bo froiu tho third btory to tho ground below followed bv kd Lounges, Couches and Beautiful line of Large Mirrors, Pictures, J.S Hocker, President; M'J Miller. Ml Vernon She had been rolled down upon the nifii, killing her instantly. Juhn J. MeRoberts, Cashier; volleys of miirtketry, killing and wottud- - K.isles, Sideboards, Mattresses and Springs. In fact you can find e for drunkenplaced in the A A McKinner, Assistant Cashier. ing about mQst of the ness and disorderly conduct. James Slielton, a Jellico miner, can v t vrtv-iSubterranean rumblings and reports resembling the firing of cannon continue through a forest tho other day lightning MANAGERS, to bo heard in the Grecian earthquake Co struck a tree, bounded oil nnd ntruek Connected with the furniture line in my store. You will find that my terCommerce Building, Louisville district and the people are in mortal Ovo him on tho side of the head, cut u silk prices will n:ivc that once indifferent and sluggish demand for Fur- ror that more shocks may follow. of'stanford,;kv., handkerchief from his neck and tore tho niturc. Call and see my stock. Agents throughout the Ssuth. Isnew fully orgamre and ready for business with 500 people have been killed bo far. sole from his right shoo. Ho was tin- The monthly statement of tho NaPaid up Capital of - - $200,000. W. A. TEXBBIiE, Local Agont, tional Treasury shows a decrease during conscious for an hour, but is now O. K. Tho situation regarding tho coal Surplus, . -- 0000. STANFORD, KY. April of $S,S52,239 iu the net cash balminers' strike at Birmingham, Ala , is SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL ance, aud an increase of $1,160,071 in the HANK OF STANFORD, ul;ij outstanding debt. The mints turned out Ifliurieu in U9 u.iui nssuiitiiit; Now closing upl with the same assets and undsr I during the month, aspect. Owner. Hopper, of the Little$10,730,000 of new coin the same management. Hy provisions of its chatter, depositors are as warrior mines, anu a party 01 miners re- of which S10,1S1,000 waa gold. fully protected at aio depositor in National . from work wero llred tinoti bv O Hanks, iu shareholders being held individually Tho unemployed of Cleveland cele- turnini' liaole to the extent of the amount of their stock tho strikers, but no one was injured, the ANDbrated May day in a disorderly parade therein at the par value thereol, in addition to tba u o i!.:.. 1. !.... :..,.. .,.1..1 no t, ii.ro.n nil.... amount invested in such shares. It may actaa i.u.i.i. jmi and in listening to n speech by an an- 1II1I1K IJCIIIK executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as working miners wero stoned. anindtvidual. was occupied archist. An entire street Semi-Weekly iQ Interior Jourp NEWSY NOTES. ' ,,. cunse-luenci- H Hon. jas. Mccreary sub-fer- PENN7 t Dentist. high-tone- se-Wh- m Land, Stock, Crop, &c. hi LO. Thursday, of 234 Acrosof 1 on I Rospootfully Invitod. 1 ca-o- . Itlue-Gra- ss Ves-tlbu- tne-thi- nt 1 111 one-thir- d 4 niue-Gras- s Inrlani-inator- y 1 Orchard, Lawn, Garden. rver-stniN- mother-in-la- 1 1 km Bakincr u 1 m 1 1 -- 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 few-hour- si 4 Jrowaer rott-Oltj.- e. Pure Th. Floronos Hotol, , '"' ?5,-00- 0. sj-t- L MMER, -- l JACKSOIT HOUSE, 11 A. A. . WARREN Original Jellico Coal. PRICE, Fancy Groceries, Do- rail-to- ad ' -- ex-Po- st Foreign and - 1 mestic Fruits,. - err Tho Myers House, 1 r .ri"Il. Stanford, n a-- ( ,! f , - n D?-vie- Self-oous- fs e. t-- S. CAHPENTEH, well-know- n R ZIMMER. first-Us- s Constipation-QUARANTEE- " , Stanford, f FIRST NORTH WEST, ' 3200,000 21,300 - court-hous- .... j T '- - ftiHG ; ,, bi-- c nt " Double Daily Trains ' -- .5" ,,.,,, 1 '. ; I I ndu-curie- s, 1 rub-bin- u MEW and COMPLETE s ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. uili 1 ffisijrance Company Hwrre 3K, Lnerry walnut andsis 1 -. Bedroom Suites, -i work-hous- j. .r-i,t- BARBEE&CASTLEMAtf rr,r i- -'i ' Faraers Bank&Trnst 1 W. W. WITSSpRS. 1'i 1111 !P Pimples -- - OO Blotches llll-tiiic;- ii IOQ . .,, It 1 -- yJ X oring to throw off the impurities, ffothing is so beneficial in assisting nature as Swift's Specific (S. S. S) It is a simple vegetable compound. Is harmless to the most delicate child, yet itforces the poison to the surface and eliminates it from the blood. I contracted a severe case of blood poison that unlitted roe for business for four years. A few bottles ei Swift's Specific (S. S.S.) cured ma. J. CJONtS, City Marshal, Fulton, Arkansas. Treatise on Blood and SUn Diseases mailed tree Swirr Srscuic Co, Atlanta, G- jRE EVIDENCE That theisblood is wrong, and that nature endeav- - and wagby the rioters, and street-Lar- s ons met were wrecked or stoned. Many bullets aud missiles were thrown, aud When Ilabj nns sloV, ye gaxo her CaUnrl. several people injured. "heti nhe va n Child, she cried for Castorla. The president, cashier and three of When shi became MI, she clunj; to Castorii. the directors of the defunct National S"hen she had Children, she gevethem Castorta. liank of Orlando, Fla., have been indicted for embezzlement, misappropriation Al of funds and making false entries. reudy 39 indictments have been found, I3ucit!n'8Arnlca Salve. and about 40 more uro expected against The best salve in the world lor cuts, bruiseisstockholders and directors. The cashier sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fovcr sores, ,,fclt". chap. n,,i w.u . . oed hands, chilblains, corns ,nu . ... i Ol Uie uaUK, .mil. royiltz, iorilieriy Ol uiuo ionl. u positively cures piles or no pay requir- Maysville, Ky has become insane as result of tho disJoaiireS. u0r sale by A R. Penny, Stanlord, Ky. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? that th. QtiM-- an Crsternt Runt, is It nil! skariatt .atiana.i am iM.ar-iM- i i.uiki iiwrMt .ueiukktl i nU- -I t i't .u. !i uatlt .wlrkl. I uit tiartmt ..noiw4i w .n ni.iitaa, AHjnta. ur J ac sawn ill.. 1 fort J... 1 i ssr ,; .'i 1 - To those who entrusted their buisiness to us while mnaglng the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, wc wc here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, i r twenty years' experience it banking andas liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound hanking. 11 SOLID VESTIEULCD TRAING I rJI .f th. aWi. rintt. ThrAnth Cars to lkt.iirs .! rs. tiMlr Iih. rwunint llireusli tars t KiuvlU sssl ,M. AatMiHl. N. C llur.l 1114 tu T.ii-4iui- ti t u.i i N.w itrlnw c I 8kr rt. Ask alHtt.iun toClffurula. I'ruin LiMtstsula. Hhatkrvniaai.il Ijwrtccc'srr. illnil cuiiimtinu is uaJ. at Lau.lua vi Rk.t. J.J. aat Gca'l I'ats'r Agat, Uaiianitt. O. w. r, i:ini:aiiso. n'B & QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. ) II, Ous'c , bunfjrd; J. FJCash, Slatifordj Wiillim Oooch, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, MllieJgevilU, Ky W. lI.CuiniiiiQi, rreachersvill S, II. Shinki, I retidcut, Dr. J. H. OwsIc.lCashler, W. M. HiIght.Tsller. Williams, Mt. Vernjnj b, H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Slaulord; S.J. Embry, Siutiford; DIRgCTORi; J. """ II II lWIWanwlMssassxMMnBM-.-,-,, f p.M'-fai'-'a- --. iJ.a-JrAWf- o.J