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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894051801 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. SJ FpWBJj??p"?!WK"! VW- - ;' t- - "if.-- 3 -- - Mwr'Sf ' wFriin ? Semi Weekly Interior Journal VOL. XXI I. WILLIAMSDURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. i NO. 23 STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MAY 18. 1894. MIDDLEBURC, CASEY COUNTY. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. -- ,1 N) f , Next week will In commencement Rev. M. A. Middletou preached fit Circuit court commences here next Little Clarab, daughter of Mr. T. S. week (or both of our schools. Monday. Grove Sunday. Todd, died nt Livingston, WeJnesday Dogs killed several lino sheep lor I 15. K. Wilson left Thursday night Thero was n socinl gathering nt Janie night. Moles nre playing havoc with gar A. Klug lust Friday night. The dogs es- for Danville to visit friends nnd relaWufh Institute, Friday night. is caped. tives. Farmers nre complaining of much dens in this vicinltv. The getting in some work also. Tho Williamsburg base ball team For Your The London base ball club played dnmiigo to their crops by cut worms. Friday. The teore the Pittebnrghs nt that place Friday. In Its history before has Mt. Never defeated tho Jcllicos Nelson Wilcher is putting up n aw Btood 28 to 8. Hesult, Pittsburgha 11; Loudons 28; ns mill on Long branch, 2 miles North of Vernon shown ns much activity in nil KUler V. J. Masters preached Ht the usual. lines of business as nt present. town. Christiau cburcb here last Sunday nnd Tho Pittsburg, Ky ball team will CbarlfH K. Hiuigh will have his C Coulter has completed peeling J. Elder Terry filled hie pulpit at Wood- hniidbome residence completed by Mon- and shipping about 1500 cords of taubark play . here Saturday. The homo club! . . f now nave new grounds aim practicing! bine. day. He will occupy it Boon after unit from Yonemite. Iron Clad Hose, Reels, &c, Poultry Netting, Screen Wire and Fly Mr. and Mrs. K M. Huguely nre not by himself. Tho present session of Janie Wash dully. llrickmaking in tho new yard on in Mndtfion. Mr. Huguely will atKov. W. A. Boruin, of Middlesboro. Institute, will close Thursday; but Prof. Fans. Screen wire doors and windows made to order. tend the State Pharmaceutical Associa hai been holding a protracted meeting J. N. u ir, the principal, will continue Crab Orchard street, was begun yester tion while gone. nt the Baptist church this week and has two weeks longer for tho benefit of some day, by Mr. Fred Krueger, that enterpis-in- g church had a good nlbtiidaiice. German. The ladies of the Christian dozen or more teachers, who desire to Some express tho fear that since the gave nn ice cream Mipper nt tho Kb. Sparks, son of the widow James better prepare for tlie June examination. Courier-JournTuesday evening. There wan n Sparks, diwl nt bis mother's home on conies out ngainst' Weurenlways glad to have citlzns iilnstttrttl a uwiv 111 Utni lilJUV good crowd in attendance and about $15 the Ilarbourville road Tuesday. Ho was of neighboring counties visit ns, but I Innltnrii1nn tlm v 1stin ruviiwu irj MAW II a lilt realized. n good, kind young man, well liked by when they come into our midst for sporty sure, ns everything seems to go contrary The Woody Ilroi Concert Co. gavo all. nnd amuse themselves by plucking (low- to that paper's expressed views. Til tnnn Gilpin, n foreman, was he'd Is ers from yards Christian a flue entertainment nt the The Southern Methodist church uninvited, nnd raid onion cburcb Friday niitht to a crowded house, the handsomest out In town, especially patches, nnd do many other things char- up near Pine Hill wnter tank a few and after the concert, organized a class on the Inside, and lira. Struvosnyshe acteristic of the first inhabitants of this nights since by two men. Gilpin wrs Because my friends trade with me, for which I appreciate and thank with about 50 members. It will close will have a wedding in it In less than GO rountry, they nre unwelcome visitors. too quick for them, however, nnd put them vety much. I don't know a better way to get your trade than to get them to iligbt with his revolver. with n concert Friday evening, given by days. (Sues-- i who ? We nre informed that the parties refer14, itninV. Miss Nannie Myers, nged red to were pupils of n very noted nnd troupe. the clam, assisted by the I'ncle Johnny McFaJdon, an Hon. O.W. Lester was in Tine Knott citizen, died nt tho home of his worthy institution of learning, which ter of Mr. James Myers, died Wednesday Cieorgo Wilburn, lastSunday, while maktH their conduct all the more re morning from the electa of injuries reFriday and Saturday. Mr. .Steven PresFor you to select from. ton, of Virginia, la visiting bia sister, on a visit here. He wna the fatl er of markable. There were among them so mo ceived when a horse fell with her while out riding some 10 months since. Jesse McFadden, Squire P. who deported themselves in n most genMrs. Dr. Flnley. Messrs. T. H. and J. P. of Supt. Huntoon, of the Institution Mabnu took their initio mules to (i.irrard L. McFndden and Jarve nnd Jake, all tlemanly manner cannot be denied, and for the Blind, Louisville, ha3 presented on pasture. Mr. noted characters. county to put tbem we menu no reflections upon tbem but Fans, Ice to Miss Lena McCluro, a former pupil, of A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, Caps, f 'barley Kellogg, of tho Echo force, invito them to come often. Now tho obItoes Nelson visited his urolher, K. K. My prices are tempting. Come this week if you place, n Bible printed in "points." Cream Freezers. Is back from n visit to his Ohio home. ject of this article is Jor the good of those, this kelson, last week. Circuit court is in session and while MIm Nellie Held left last week for Flori- for whom it is intended, nnd if they will There are severnl volumes of the work 'want shoes an other goods cheap for cash. -this a short term, we think Judge Mor da, where she will make her future homo come Fgain nnd remain with us a short nnd their weight is nearly 200 pounds. ; T"TTNTi'N"i-i . . jc By Addressing P. 0. Box No. 1 at (George. Prof. A. time we will tnke pleasutc in convincing row will clear the docket of nil the cases with her brother, that can bo tried. KJ Johnson was wont Chiesman is In Mt. ''ernoti this week them that we are a civilized people, nnd thi place vou will be put on to a good to the penitentiary for three years for teaching the brast bind how to blow. that morality, education and religion thing in the way of n late invention an stealing n mule. The criminal docket is Col. Joe F. liocker, of Junction City, is reigns supremely among us, regardless electric light signal; neat, novel ami val light anl will be complete! by Thurs- here on particular business. Dr. It. T. of the geograpb nl position we occupy. liable. A partner wanted to procure patent thereon. day night. Among the visiting attor- Itmnsey is In Bonneville this week atThe night telegraph office at this I1U3T0NYILLE. Ilelskell nnd Roberts, tending circuit court. neys are Messrs. place is closed on account of slack busiThe franchise for building n street of Knorvllle, Boyd, of London; Uniticp, s, , of Mt. Sa Mr. Wi' M ness on the road. It will be restored of Jelllco; Tinsley, Faulkner and llajs, railway has been granted to K. M. Jack- - 4em. is in L.tithn wci. when business picks up. The most dis- of Barbourvllle, nnd Alcorn, of .Stan-- 1 son and Henry Thompson. There have has fvitnmnilint' Centura in the Idph nf nnr Mom it Hie t'x: tf this p !! ford. been live meetings of the lward of trus been shipped. Many t'lousttid poi ini n effort is being made to njKjlt j,,),,, A patent medicine tnnn by the nau e tees to complete tho arrangements. All wer taken awuv. have the iikiHh restored. of White sold our population ?200 worth wv lack now Is electric light nnd nn ire Prof. M. (i. Thomson took I'ev T. S N'nn, col , died Wednesof medicine In an hour last Monday, It plant. Water works could be easily ih- be- -j fishing lf8t Saturday. The day evening of (right's disense. He has of suckers we ov- tnblihlieil by placing n hydraulic ram at was the biggest crowd ing fine the tmty enjoyed themselves ro ti- - rpot.tt:in of being h tin' speaker ersaw unit about the enniest crowd tak- - T'ie Falls, which would do its own We can furnish any grade Bicycle at a price that will the fullest extent. and hail considerable experieuci- - in the White nude tbem believe he ., utll,,(n,. to Cemetery Hill, mid it could eu in. There nre onlv three mor.' wpeks of evimuelintic field in Virginia, 'lVnneesee would give- their money b.ick and let! j tliat wav nUpply the town without ail ,, Ulia Sutet !Io lm ,Jee1 H c,t,zen of sciiooi nnu men i . t win uein nnotiier ... myuue .i ...i tbem keen the medicine, but he never! expense, excepi i. ..i iun piu mu school term of six weeks for teachers, nt tjli3 piace for probatly 'JO years and was Examine our prices before making order elsewhere. See our Stock. Of course the iden that man's work to attend to it. did tell them so. very reasonable trms. respected by all. The colored people something for nothing took them to get I spent all of last week on Cumber Mr. Coleman Carpenter Is the only loee n valued friend and adviser in his In and wo suppose the experience they land river fishing. Then were five of lucky man in th" country. The doctor death. got was cheap nt si. If they will only us nnd we c.iuiped out. The fishing was Some 30 of our citizens went to gave him n prescription that he should P ofit by It only ordinary, although we had plenty not work only when he wants to work. Wildie last Sunday to be present at the ....- - i - i. Many loeainmi iirousiii n mi iluck uuui .or; To the Democracy of Lincoln. The entertainment to be given at the dedication of the new church The p ensure of a trip of c0 w.re kept away on account of the early n(,xt Frhv pwnlng wj), ,, At n meeting of tho democratic com- our families. mittee of the Sth Congressional district, this kind is after It Is oyer with, when fl confiifilinK of It wlU be tin- - tinrning rain. An immense crowd was J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. April 2d, it was you can tnlk to tlie eager listeners auoui dor ,he rnr(, o M,M I5(.nneM mUBic present, not more thtui a third could get 1H held at Lawrenceburg, you caught, tho picturesque intothebou.se. Dinner wes served on ordered that county conventions be held tbefi-j33d, 1894. In each scenery, the nights on the river under a nt the respective Tho eodety Rt lk.ecl,rove met ln8t the grounds to all who cared to partake. ami Normal county of the district on Saturday, May tent, with a brilliant fire In front, the ac Friday night and rendered a good pro- All speak well of the kind attention Full corps of Comorvatory department. School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music ad Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. An. Excellent boirdlnz delegates to cidental (lucking", and tho many amus gram. They have got the musicians of fro-- the Wildie people. 20, at 2 o'clock, to appoint Mr. James Croucher baa returned IIIK IllUHiv-iiimil. ni..trv.., nml to,.vv..the convention to be hold nt Nicholas !.. IhaMumIb tl.rtf liattna. ...... rtanunial town to join them, and music will be from Lexington. Messrs. M. J. and m., June Sth, to nominate a Iv how delicious the mountain spring given each night with singing. vlllo at I I', candidate for Oongrees. In accordance water after the liquor gives out. Tho boys of Beechgrovo Society Hugh Miller and O. C. Williams are in The democratic county committee were asked by tho Moreland boys to Louisville. We will shortly have a wowith this onjer, I hereby call a convention to bo held at Stanford, May 20, at met here Monday to select n time to come out and organize a societyltin that man preacher with us, though it is prob - FOR able Bbe will each Stanford that. It is 2 o'clock r. t. for the purpose named hold n democratic convention, or rather town. They will speak at the Presbywill bo a full atten- to see what to do about candidates. J. terian church next Saturday night. Mrs. Mary Phoebe Smith, of Catawba, and trust that there H. R. Gkstry, Chum. W. Bastin, chairman, w:h present and dance. Mr. J. .7. McKinney Is worse nt thia Ky. She was at New Haven a few called the meeting to order. No nction writing. His eyes are tho seat ofj bis days since making in this direction. Mr. $200,-00- 0 Chicago is to have an eight-storwas taken, I ut Bro. Bastin confessed trouble. Mrs. John Riflo wr.s in town Ed Engleman and wife, of Barbourville, gyninas when asked that ho was pledged to church, with Tuesday. Messrd. John Russell nnd Tom were visiting relatives here this week. Lloyd Jones, New styles at lowest prices. Call and see. lum and reading-roomand Goocli went fishing on Green River lat t Mrs. Nora Ogg was over from Lancaster two of the republican candidates late pastor of All Souls' Unitarian church, "wouldn't vote for John Pearl for to see her husband, who is makMcGarvoy Woods went! home week. . is to be the pastor of IiIh old congregaho skl, when my name was Friday that he might nttenditho ball giv-- i ing pictures here. Mrs. Carrie Graves tion, which has followed him In his new mentioned in connection with a county en at Liberty. was up from Livingston visiting Nannie The best inside wall finish; cold water process. departure, and the rhurclilikon footless ollice. "Consistency, thou art n jewel." Myers" during her illness. sock without n leg. la to have nor creed Bro. Bastin, why don't ynu come oil tho Kisosvilm: Itkh The Misses Agnes On January 13, 1673, 11) years 6ince, PAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint, Carriage Paint, Stains nor doctrine. TIiIh would seem to bo roost and let a democrat have tho poM- - and Gertrude Pennybacker, two of our John Forbes, of Glasgow, Scotland; and Varnishes. Closest prices for cash. about the thing Chicago's soul long has tion of chairman of the democratic most charming young ladies, aro visiting Charter and Rjscoo Burrill, of PiscataMEDICINES Prescriptions compounded with care from the best sought nnd sighed because hIio found It committee of tho republican county of nt Junction City, where a delightful hop quis, Maine, and John T. nnd George Is anyV. 13. McRouerts. Give us a call. not. We cn not see that thero Laurel, whero we occasionally electa was given for tbem Tuesday levelling, W. Maret, formerly of Garrard county, drugs and chemicals. rejoice nevertheless democrat0 thing in it, but we Mrs. R. C. Roberts, of Winton Place, loft Columbus, Texas, for California that the wicked Windy City has ngaiii horseback, there being no railroads ) Vinculum I, IO llio lUOb II.91IV.. LANCASTER, CAHRARD COUNTY. got what alio thinka she wants. Timesi Mr. and Mrs. Hunter. Mrs. .Martin nnd through at that time. Two mouths af.... I'lder Greer will preach at the Chris- Mies Mnude McCarty, of Jellico, Tennes- terwards tho party was heard from at Ashland, Wis. Tho famous retreat in see, nre greets of W. L. McCarty and Silver City, N. M. Since that date not a northern Wisconsin located on the Wis- tian church Sunday night. any of Centra! Lines at the head of the consin Kov. J. R. Tercy will return from family. The friends of Miss DaUy Carey word has been received from Prices lower than any one. Ohequamegon Bay is a most desirable will be pleased to know alio is convalestbem by their people. Advertising in ,. 1. apot for one to spend n summer outing, Florida next week. Mr. W. O. Price, of cent. Joe McCarty left Saturday for an surrounded na It Is by the beautiful Danville, was in town Wednesday. . plies, but when traced proved unsatis- extended sojourn In Lexington. Apostle Islnnds. Little need bo said of The Ladies' Aid Society will given giving qualfactory. It is believed that the crowd its scenic beauty and health Friday night. The Statu Board of Healtbwill hold were murdered nt some point beyoud ities. This placo Bbould not bo over- supper at tho by thoso figuring on n resort for A good, square meal will be furnished n meeting foriltbe examination of non- - Silver City, ns no trace could be found of looked See our Spring Stock of their next summer's vacation. The tour for 23c. graduate applicants for certificates to tbem beyond that point. They had 1st will find excellent fishing and boating Mr. K. W. Harris has purchased of practice mediciue, at the Jluiversity of 53,000 with tbem when they started at this point, and good hotel accommoMisses Noel their residence on York Louisville, beginning nt 0 a. m., Thurs from Texas. dations nt very reasonable rates. For the further particulars, maps, timeO tablea, street. Ho will move his family back day, June 14, 1S94. Only persons pro. If there are more women than men Pond, from Louisville eoou. nnd guide books apply to Jas. senting satisfactory evidence that they Pnesr. Agt., Milwaukee, Wis. in the world, as is shown by a writer in Genl. It has been suggested, and Is meet- were reputablyjand (honorably engaged American Journal of Medical Scii(V2 cases of ing with much encouragement, that in the practice of medicine in this Stnte the W. L. Withers, Salesman. Tool mar ences, it would seem that nature had reported to tho Royal So when the witter works are built, a large as an occupation prior to February 23( lockiaw wero befountain be placed iu the centre of the 1894, and that they nre pereons of good provided for polygamous relations ciety fortbd Prevention of Cruelty to sexes, or that old maids are Square and dedicated to the late Joseph moral and professional character, will be tween tho Animals, London, with a certificate In Old bachelors have natural products, O. Frank. eligible for examination. each case from the attending veterinary no such excuse for existing. Tho 30th will be "a big day in gave ,a dinner nt the that tho malady resultedfrom docking, town." In the forenoon there will be n Baron Ilirsch A nero crank arose in the gallery of Savoy Hotel, London, twojweeks ago to veterluary stated that out and oneBlnglo game of base ball between Nicholasville 0 men, each of whom was said to be a the House, at Washington and shouted: of 31 cases of 'tetanus which he had been and Lancaster nnd several bicycle races. thatjthe uieal cost "Mr. Speaker, n messuge from Christ. If called to attend within a year, 27 result, A number of handsome medals have millionaire. The fact Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your Ooxey bills are not passed before the The Drug-Stor- e but $100 for each guest seems to have the ed from the Bame custom. 24th of this month the Lord will destroy afbeen ordered for the latter. In the caused some disappointment to the puba ternoon the K. of P. decoration ceromo- - lic. the White House, the Capitol and the Ono of tho neateBtJrigs in Buffalo is Treasury with thunder and lightning." road wagon owned by nies will take place and at night the pneumatic-tireA new material for paying Is being inhardly finished before a policeWilliam Hamlin. The front wheels are lodge will give a big banquet to the vis- troduced in London. It is composed of He had appeared on the scene and hustled School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, 30 Inches iting brethren. All the business houses man 28 Indies nnd the rear wheels granulated cork and bitumen pressed him tu the lock up. Several of the memLiquors for Medical Purposes. have agreed to close up in the afternoon in diameter and tho axles are into blocks, which are laldlike bricks or bers were badly frightened by the abrupt there Is no and a large crowd is expected in town. It runB easily, and, las wood pacing. The special advantage of addrees. of i jar, horsemen predict that this style the material lies in its elasticity. Landlady "Have you tried the cotfee road rig will become popular. Mrs. Cleveland is severely criticised Call and see us. The old Benedict Arnold home at this morning, Mr. Linton?" Mr. Linton in Washington for devoting too much atA recent medical authority asserts proved an has been sold for the "Yes, I have, and it has appen- tention to her babies and too little to so- - New Haven, Conn., G. alibi." -- Brooklyn Life. that fully 80 per cent, of cases ot use of a lumber firm. I ciety. if left to nature. dicitis recover, cut-wor- GO TO - W. H. HIOGINS, -- Ml ' Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Cot ton Hose, Rubber Hose, W. H. HIGGINS. ! i vie-itlti- K 1 1 court-hoiiB- O al ' I MEET WITH SUCCESS. WEre? ; n.l son-in-la- ei-herl- U I ; HAVE JUST RECEIVED -- ' j i SicycleS SAVE W .H. WEAKEN & o ttit ujjx,jhn vjjli. s" - I ( J ' t i -- "o . OTJ GrOOID IMZOZsTIEir CO.- I ,,,,. ;,,. Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January court-hous- es ! n - MeRoberts' Drug Store, 1 y, bath-room- s, W AlilL FAF E M9 ALABASTIUE I s. nny-thing- ," liait-UIC- WE ARE IN IT, . a 1 . w DiSC HaiTOWS, GeO. court-hous- o W BrOWD. Cult! vators, Corn Planters. well-defin- Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, and Farming Implements. B. K. WEABE1T. DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. d Drugs, School Supplies, DB. S. ball-bearin- The Best Goods for the Least Money, HOCSIB, Th. Druggist. .M II Kl .. I y, jwfevXAj za&!&.i.O - A tV.JU.art. ' ' J - '"I1" 4 - '4KWWW" wui ' t5""-""- ? w . fWi9VHBiBMMIMIIHHHPS9B0fSIJP!4fWtP Ik Wv ' MjWur '"',' .UJMI.' "WiwyiPfiy r 'U Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouml A skim through a portion of tho toThe Singer Sewing Machine Co.. has The Hartford Herald is authority for the statement that Gov. Buckner will not manufactured to date 12,000,000 ma- bacco region of the State showed many . ft no swindle, no misrepresentation winning two Leona'a by mostly very poor, were made homeless. livery thing the Hcst, the Nobbiest and the Cheapest. Buehanan, dam Ieona, dam of Swifter, women in Lexington for the purpose it Six persons were injured but none fatal- HEWSY NOTES. and Mha Alice, black filly, by Vanguard, was, it would seem that they ought to ly. dam imported Work Bcz The price bavo been prepared for any kind of a Mayo is the name of a new post- Senator Hunton, of Virginia, inpaid for Leona'a Lost was $2,500 and Courier-Journsays office in Mercer county. remark, but the formed some of his Senatorial colleagues $2,000 for Miss Alice. that Judge Durham shocked their modTho Union League Club, Chicago, that a man, who now resides In South Chant, tho favorite, won tho Kenesty by using a word not current in po- has voted to expel Col. Breckinridge. Dakota, had offered to pay him S2),0(i0 tucky Derby at Louisville Tuesday in lite conversation. From the Transcript Albert Huber, of Lawrenceburg, for his vote against the tnrlil bill. Other TZY.t and other authorities we learn that the Ind., dropped dead while plowing corn. Seuators have been similarly approach- the slow time ol 2: II. Pearl Song, came in second, sir lengths behind, while report does that gentleman a A couple of negroes choked an old ed. was third, Al Boyrr, fourth and A. URHANSKV & CO., Proprietor gross injustice. The Transcript says it woman to death at Atlanta with a pair One result of the b'g miners' striko Tom Elmore fifth. Tho crowd that saw was a splendid speech, which was loud- of tongs. In this country is a heavy importation of T. D. RANEY. Manager.) the race is estimated at 10,000. Chant ly applauded by the men and wooien, The miners and operators in session foreign roal at the port ol New York. who showed no sign of a shock, but ap- at Cleveland to try to settle the strike About 60,000 tons have been received and Pearl Song are both bv Falsetto. Tho announcement that Directum, peared to be pleased. Tho judge believes are as far apart as ever. and negotiations are on foot for 100,000 tho great California trotter, had fallen ot in calling a spade a spade, and did so. tf9" ZtJLi Miss Ada Culver, of Bellefontnine, 0., more. ess sir The word he used can be found frequent- shot herself in tho abdomen because her -- Adolph Griffith and Tom Whitson, exercise and so hurt his forelegs that ho tJM t might not trot thia year was erroneous. ly in the Bible, twice in Revelations in sister quarreled at her. of Birmingham, hid themselves in their "ify Btff 21st and 22d chapters, and is quite exJames Prince killed Frank Loar with store to catch colored burglars whom It si'eina that the horse wns turned loose pressive. a brick near Catlettsburg. The two had they had heard plotting to rob and burn. from his stall at Pleaaanton, Cal., by Two burglars came nnd were promptly some spiteful person. He roamed over What, why my money on every purchase not made at the One Do tho ladies of Lexington imagine a row over a game of cards. the adjacent roads all night, but fortu The Louisiana General Assembly to- shot to death. Horse Store of that because Joseph 0. S. Blackburn has Four Harvard students were drown- nately did not injure himself on the the same name of the man who failed to day elected Senator Don Caflery for the barbed wire fencea that abound iti that long terra, beginning March 4, 1S95. ed Sunday by tho overturning of a yield to the blandishments of Mrs. locality. Peter Jackson, the pugilist, announcThe students wero all sons of because his blood was so cold it Tho Brooklyn Handicap, worth $25,- only made a circuit of his body once in es that he is ready to fight Corbett at prominent Etstern men, two being from 000, was won by Fred Foster's colt Dr. 12 months, that he is that kind of a Baw any time or place for a purBe of $20,Q00. Philadelphia, one from New York and Who try to sell Staple and Fancy Groceries and other goods too. Rice. Byron McClelland'a great Blue-graThree colored men perished while ono from Newark, N. J. horse? If they do, they are mistaken. colt Henry of Navarre was second, The republican primary in Bell counWe are not all as bad as Phil Thompson cleaning a cesspool connected with the while Sir Walter, tho Eistern favorite, makes us, but there have been no Jo- Continental Hotel at Martinsburg, W ty, which was tho first the county ever was third. The start was a miserable For almost any thing you may want. Goods Cheaper than Ever. held, resulted ns follows Judge, James sephs Bince tho days of the man who Va. Gov. McCreary has offered a bill to Bingham; attorney, E. S. Helburn; sher-il- l, oue, as Clifford, the Western favorite, on wore tho coat of many colors. The call Eb Ingram; clerk, W. T. Davie; asses whose chances in tho race many thou for him to come and stump the district appropriate 525,000 to fit up a U. S court sands of dollars had been staked, was al against Willie Breckinridge is one of the rjom in tho public building at Rich- sor. B. F. Creech; jaUer, Elijah Green. The Naval Appropriation bill was most left at the post, together with Snort, calls that our big hearted, big mouthed mond. Major Gen. 0. 0. Howard has been passed by the House, and the Agricul- another horse heavily backed to win and big voiced Joseph wont answer. -chosn to succeed John Waunmaker as tural Appropriation bill was taken up. Low lander was left standing still. The race Ir all the freaks spoken of for Con. 'President of the National Temnerance Tho Legislative, Executive and Judicial 2 07 J.was won in the very fast time of hill is ready to report, and makes a saycress get there the next body will bo a Society. It will take $21,10l,S2o to pay tho ing of ?7G0,19i) as compared with the apbetter show than a dime museum. Gen. I.lto stuck I'nliito. Coxey, who started out for something of salanes of tho U. S. government' ser- propriation for the current year. Tho finest of tho HuHhiar Dr. John A. Andrews, of Worcester, s vants this year, of a mil theBort, baa been nominated for Con lion less than last. Mass., has been in practice over GO years, Orlotfs that have yet Iwon wen in Aiucr gress by tho populists in McKinley'u old ica aro tho huddle lore& la Kocoiving His district in Ohio, while Mary Lease is The new tunnel through the pali- during 4S of which he answered calls "Mutton is what wo make it, " tmyj 1)1 "yellin" for such a nomination in wild sades on tho Susquehanna & Western, day aud night, and now, at the ago of n recent writer. Just ha and woolly Kansas. Private Dalzell, was opened Monday. It ib two milea he still has a large office practice and includes among his patients some of the or The character of tho meat of growing George FranciTraiu et id omne genus long and cost $3,000,000. fattening animals depends very largeGoods Warranted and a Pcricct Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. can now take courage and hope for the Dick Wilsou, who murdered a de- third generation he has treated. ly on tho kind of food given to thorn. J. S. Coxey, tho erratic leader of the good time a'coming. tective, had the electrical current shot Farmers nnd livestock mount prevnt through his vitais at Auburn, N. Y., fantastic "Commonweal army," lies need to study nbovo all tho different The Missouri democrata in conven Monday, and died without a kick. achieved the point that was believed to foods given to tuiiinnLs noting the efftet tion at Kansas City adopted, after much of each. Tho experiment aro Carrie Wendell shot and killed J. be the real object of his notoriety-seekinwrangling, a straight out free coinage P. Royal This is the Populist nomination for doing this tocomo extent nt present, but at Chicago, claiming that he plank in its platform, by a vote of 423 to was the father of her child and had not sufiiciontly. been Congieps, which was given him by a con110. It was a victory for Bland, tho A kuowledgo of hciuntifio feeding is vention in tho ISth Ohio district. The faithless in his promise to marry her. mention of whose name for president, The Odd Fellows dedicated their IStli is part of the old McKinley district. what wo want. received loud applause. No reference 5300,000 temple at Cincinnati ATClover is tho host forago plant for Tneeday It is now represented by a democrat, hheep. was mndo to the administration at WashGeorge P. Ikirt. with imposing ceremonies. Members ington, the adoption of the resolution from many Where a farmer cannot have tho bot Great damage hos bftcn done in States marched in the long showing of itself that President Cleve- parade. Northwestern Wisconsin by floods re- blood that U going in nil his farm animals, food nnd care will do much to land's action in vetoing tho Bland seignNim Young was taken from jail at sulting from the excessive rains. In the make up for tho want of it. iorage bill is condemned. esOcaln, Fla., and hung by a mob compos- Uhippewa valley alone tho damage is Brown's Cultivators and all Farm Implements at Tho cow pea and tho common field prices to suit the ed of the leading citizens of the town. timated at $2,000,000. Many dams have Col. Bheckinridqe says that "Noth pea aro not tho thing. Tho cow hard times. He had outraged Lizzie been swept away, carrying with them Iea requires u warm climate and will ing but death will ever put an end to my millions of logs, which, with tho water, not thrive north of Maryland latitude, candidacy. I am in tho race to stay and Weems. Dave Williams, infatuated with Mrs. have wrecked many buildings in cities Thu field pea will grow in tho northern will never withdraw." An inglorious along tho Chippewa river, especially at states mid in Canada, but does not do defeat, if perchance he receive tho nom- Sue McXally, killed her at Fort Worth, its bait north of tho corn Iwlt. Tex., becaubo she refused his company Chippewa Falls. ination, will put an end to his political wiicii nn annum ma down m n pasWilliams, on being arrested, shot his careor. He may stay on the track and FARM ANDJRADE ITEMS. ture field, ts.o grass beneath it becomes disrupt the democratic patty that has so head off. tainted At Keokuk, Iowa, Jacob Dygraff shot Yearling short horn bull for aalo. J. nnd willwith tho inwitsiMo perapirutiuii often honored him, hut it will be a repenot 1h eaten till tho odor U and killed his wife who had just been S. Ovtsley, Sr., Stanford. tition of Samson's act. His own politiwashed off by a soaking rain. granted divorce and then did tho right Alex Martin bought of W. A. Her cal death la a foregone conclusion. Young now grass produces n very wa' thing by blowing his own worthless ring a lot of fat heifers at -- c. tery milk. unbroken colt by On The Fulton, 111., patriots are going to brains out. A Thoro is n shortago of nenrly 10 por James Parkinson Taylor, Lord High Time eold for 5350 in Missouri. colebrnte the Uh of July, and recognizing cent in tho lamb crop of 1891. that our Willie is a drawing card they Sheriff of London, died at San Antonia J. B. Foster bought of James Shei- Do not toll your sheep when o'ery-bod- y Ho ron a saddlo gelding for SI 15. have ofTered him $300 to address them on Texas, of jaralysis of the brain, elso is doing tho same, Ilomumlxir that day. They expect to get their was traveling through this country en Thia year for tho first time will the tho old rnlo given by tho man who got money back by charging an admission route to Crlifornia. Palo Alto Farm bo represented on tho rich. Sell whou everybody elso is buy-luEugene Brady, a maniac at Albany, track by a pacer. bny when everybody elso is selling. fee to see tho greatest of all attractions. N Y was visited by his mother. Ho Everyjthing'you can think of in the Fine Saundera & Co , bought of Graves, Chinaware line. Call and The Missouri democrats ignored Cleve- kissed her and seemed delighted at her Clark & Smith 1G0 head of fat hogs at Bucitjln'a Arnica Salvo. examine and get prices. land and hissed Hill. Bland, the man presouce. A few minutes later while 4.07 cents, Lebanon Falcon. The belt ttlve la the world lor cun, brtmett tores, ulceri, lt rhoum, fever tores, tetter, chapwith but one idea and a poor one at that, her back wus turned to him he stabbed Horace Argo, a 30 to 1 horeo wou ped handi, chilblain!,, cornt and all ikirt erup piles or no seems to be the size of the averago her, killiugher instantly. Brady then tho first race at Louisville, Wednesday, Uom.ItItispositively cures Jive perfect pa required. guaranteed to satisfactios ambition for president. or money refunded, seriously stabbed his I'rico j cents per bo but only a few held checks on him. yor sal br A. R. Penny, SUnlord, Ky. b Stanford, Ky. In a meeting like that held by the point than zero. yuar-olda, al Holds set out. Plants are enld to bo be a candidate for the U. S. Senate. He chines. is now 71 years old and realizes that the Fostoria, O., now boasts the largest plentiful. 8TAKFORD, Kv., - - May 18, 1894 Tho entries to Harrodsbnrg trols time has come when he cannot engage gas well on earth, which shoots ilames Besides, Mrs. Buck up 100 feet abovo the trees, while the close May 1st. Five dollars nominates. in activo politics. ner is opposed to his entering the con- surrounding land is spouting mud and WritotoT. M. Cardwell, secretary, for W. P. WALTON. unrrv hi mi Ira test and he prefers to enjoy tho remain- water. Btolea train Tho leading Coxers who Mesirs. T. J. Foster and E. P. Woods der of his days in the peace and quiet of They have his country homo. Of a truth Gov. on the Northern Pacific wero given Bix aro dealers in futures. Buckner can afford to rest on his laurels. months in jail at Helena, Mont., and the boughtof Dr. J. B. Owsloy 150 hoga or He has beeii honored in many ways by 40 captains, lieutenants and tho engineer August delivery nt 4jc. L. it U. Straus, of Lexington, have a constituency, which has always de aud fireman GO days each. Frank Madden, aged Beven, died at sold to Milt Young tho colt Ashland, lighted to do bo, and he can permanently Sec it, enjoy it. The feast of bargains this week. During the past DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. retire to his Glen Lily homo assured of the Terre Haute. Ind.. from tho effects of who ran second in tho LuBello stake. week our facilities for handling trade were indeed taxed to the utmost For County fudge JAS.WAL.KKR GtVKNS love and respect not only of Kentuck-inn- s vaccination. Many other persons of Tho reported price Ih $5,000. Crowds of of eager buyers daily thronged our store. This goes to ' G.H.COOPER Lightning struck J. L. Hoawell'e staClerk but the people of tho whole coun- that place are lingering between lifo and show what liberal business methods, " " Attorney J. 11. PAXTON try. ble in Paviesa county, dt'Htroyinir it and death from tho smo cause. T. D. XEWLAND ' " Sheriff Three of the members of Abraham three stallion", among them Gen. Lne ' " E. D. KENNEDY Assessor The Louisville Board of Safety is con- Galloy'a family at Brazil, Ind., are at the for which $0,000 hul been refused. DEltORI) ' G. W. Jailer sidering the advisability of licensing point of death from eating sardines. VinR O. Warren, master oouimiHsioner, houses of ill fame and of devoting the pre- - egar was poured over tho sardines which pold the J. H. P.iraons farm ou thu The women's meeting held in the ceeds to a home for the reclamation of were left in the box over night. Preacheraville piko to Mrs Perry White Lexington Opera Houeo to protest against fallen women. The Times that by Though the result is very close it is at 5 10 ami SJ acres knob land for $30. the nomination of Col. llreckinridgo was that same token would bejays a good thing thought that the county democratic conit an immense affair. The auditorium was Boston is well supplied with pacers, to license gambling for the benefit of sor- vention held throughout Alabama Wedpacked and it is said as ninny more as as Paul, 2:0!); B'anch Louise, 2: 10; Gnin-ettrowful and busted sports. Let us have nesday elected a majority .of delegates Will do. For this week wc have some awful good things in store for were present were turned away. Many 2:10; Chesterfield, 2:11 J; Gil Curry, hut one standard, of mercy and morality favoring tho nomination of Congressman for you. Don't fail to come and ice them. leading men and preachers were present 2:121; Bunco Jr., 2:121; Whisper, 2:11, for both sexes. Oatcs for Governor. and numerous speeches were made, inclu and Jewett, 2:1 1, are now owned there. By the caving in of tho Owensburg ding one by Judge Durham, winch deJ. M. JkiuiAimsox has sold his half tunnel on When n good park saddle gelding tho Mnnou, near Bedford, Ind., nounce JJreckinridge's acts and his interest in the Glasgow Times to Day Urines at ono sale $1,300, and at another audacity. The resolutions adopted Dickinson, the lightning linotype opera- J. A. Trusty aud Ozem Jackson, of New sale two other geldings bringing a $1,000 protest against the nomination of the tor, and will likely go ou a Louisville Albany were killed and two other pas- apiece, aa was recently tho case, it must colonel which say that it would bo a paper, where his genius can have a sengers were seriously injured. be admitt-- d that there is plenty of com- We are offering you sonic good values for your money. We have The U. S. Supremo Court decides practical endorsement, or at least a con- broader Meld. Ho can turn a humorous petition for the ownershipof such horses. just received a big line of Dimities, Irish Lawds. Persian Mulls. Chal- lies, and all arc marked down to suit the purse of the poorest. donation of his crime, a shame upon paragraph with the best of them and that after a State has granted a charter Thomas Metcalf, of Jessamine, sold manhood and an insult upon woman- when occasion requires, can put as much exempting a road from taxation a specified time, it can not collect taxes from it a car load of hogs of his own raising in hood. Fathers, husbands and brothers vitrol in one as the next man. Cincinnati Wednesday at 5 10 and a car until the expiration of that time. are implored to wipe out the stain Breck-inridgGeorge Decker is under arrest at load of butcher cattle at 3Jo. S. T. HarDan O'Sulmvan, tho corrusticating has brought on the fair fame of ris had a car load of hogs over there the the Ashland district. The ladies in all genius of the Louisville Critic, is a lucky Yreka, Cal., for killing bis wife and baby. He is said to have married eight or 10 strno day, hut declined to take thu fall the counties of tho 7th are asked to hold fellow. He put up a small amount on We have the biggest line in Straws, Helmets, Derby, Alpines, in and has killed ing price. similar meetings and Senator Blackburn Iiliso the other day and drew out SSoO. times in the last 30 fact any style hat to be found, from Capt. English Bold at HarrodMjurg21 up, Hear in mind if you is requested to obtain a leayo of absence Ho immediately invested it in hair re- each wife aa soon as he got tired of he. medium Bteers at 3 21. want Clothing either Tho first break in tho republican and stump tho district against tho nom- storer, and by tho meeting of tho press Ivnbry te Fox have bought in thin ination of Breckinridge for Congress. association, hopes to hive 'considerable ranks ou the tariU'question in the Senate The colonel ought to withdraw from tho c.ipillary substance on the summit of his' wrt9 made Wednesday, when Senator Du huh Hdjoining counties during tne past 10 daya, 100 barreln i( corn st from f'i.So bois, of Idaho, in a speech declared that race and by showing forth works meet cranium. to $2 50. B. G. Fox eold to Tennecseo ho was opposed to further attempts to for repentance he may ugain bo honored parties his eight-year-otrotting stallion The Hopkinsville Koutuckian thinks delay action upon the tariff bill. by tho peoplo he had dishonored. If ho Brown Jim., by Voltaire, 2:201, for f5C0. that Mndaline Pollard's book, ".Marriage 1 A lite which started in tho base ba succeed in getting the nomination, he Advocate. will be defeated at the polls and ought Above Zro," is misuauied unless it is park in Boston Hwept over 20 acres and Scoggan Brothers have sold to G. W. pure fiction. Her 'experience in trying caused n $1,000,000 Ions. A bundled to be. Come and see us. We will show you best value ever offered for the matrimony was nearer the boi'-iu- g houses were burned and 2,000 people, Lerhy & Co., of Chicago, tho pair of to enter money in Stanford. No humbug, Look Oat for It. 6 OR 8 PAGES. m M and Low Prices! o. Dry Goods Department. o yt-ar- Jc, two-year-o- ld READY MADE OR TAILOR MADE LOUISVILLE : STORE, STAITFOHD, O.-J.- 'a rd wv LOST M.R(JPLEY,- ISXM Poti-phe- r, cat-boa- t. ns McKinney & Hocker, CALL 03ST THEM McKINNEY & HOCKER. three-fourth- 'tfmwim:HII&tli HE STUDEBAKER -- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. g. WHS REDUCED PRICES. J. K. VANARSDALE, QUEE1SI S WARE, GLASSWARE two-year-o- ld CHAMBER SETS, g; DINNER SETS, &c. Miss-ourian- 'a sister-in-la- FARRIS & HARDIN. xiitJ,jki.A. i KS,??, n mi ttm qimMnvt !vn'nfi""i (n i jj,i' i1 t WM't v" 'jMMit ,' li"' JT i ""iU'wi"Mi;'iii teasrtsnSBasswSJtaa H 'J' aW Wiin in !! nnm .1 ij i.,i, i ... .. iii n HinwtmiK. ii,1H.Iii.iIi.i in ,i ii i. m. 1'i , ,4 I I 4 l LOGIC ft 6I.1 and dam by Mlller'a by Imp. lledgeford N. S. I!. It. 917, Denn-ark- , Sired by Stonewall Jackaon, Jr , illarrls'), by Stoncaii Jackioa 7a, by Waihington Denmark l.ogte'a ut dam by King William 67. (Illtnd D1II1) by Washington Denmark, by lllack Dell-nar- k Dcomark, by Semi-Week- ly InteriorJomal Kv., - 8TANFOHD, M.Y 18, l.SP-- 1 Drennon, by Dat y Crockett til dam by Oh er. thoroiiglibrrd. Kic laa very inbitaiitlal hone, beautiful red Imp inane and tail, "til witb perfection at a hore winch hx carrlea can. Hn a fine ai near to illmotltlon. dritet nirclv. and fur hit handlilii: be 11 a tine actor, Hack, Trot, Walk, Canter and Slow l'tce. You can tee from lilt pedigree that he it a very high bred raddln home, and on that will tire fanry high tailed tnildbri. will make the leamn at my larm, lout ml let (rem Danville, on me wjtiviijo and Manioru turnpike at, 3d dam by Onttnt'i 'lelegrat h, by Telrcrapb, b; Mill' Itlmk Haw k, by Sherman 4'h dam by llller'a Diei.11011, by Iltlnker'i W. P. WALTON. $10 He TO INSURE A COLT 4 WEEKS OLD, i morgan DenmarK. Morgan I enmwk Ii bay stallion. hatida high. lleiiipl'Ddidlrbred at a glance l hit pedlgtre will ahiw He will mike the icaiun of 1S91 at my tlabl'on th Danville A-- LitciMit pike, l)i ral ct .Yon!) of HulMe, co'ti until payncnt of liaUtidingtoiuit the hard timet. See him before jou breed I'aiturp at per luontb Grain ted at reaionablc ratei, which mutt bo paid before tnartt aie taken away A E HUNDLEY, terlce A lien retained on Danville. Ky i4 Breeze i, ll'l( : Wilkes, f STANDARD. Sired by rctotkev jejj, nrr ol J, wcl a 15, King loika 1 Iora Martin a 19, Tip Tup a i9, Mary Jou 1 I vH and iuolhet in a jo Hit, al,u tiri-otwo rent and two daughleri that hae productd llandard 1 1.1 j;- Kirtt dam Kllia Jane, dam ol Maud MeiaVnger and Alrril 0 liri:..ll. 11........ .... ol l'erl t jo. ijeeood dam Kitty Klvert ,da-- of ller-lGlr a it; by AbdaiUh a r,nrc ol Almoin, llelmont.Ac third .lam ty Ited Jacket (tirenl ih drill o )' Comer, on ot bbermaii Morgan llreere Wilkci will mike the iralou of 1804 a my place, t milei from Stanloid on the Kuih urancb pike, e At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt Care taken to prevent accidetitt bot sol ble thould any occur. Morgan Denmark wat foaled In iWvOn Time, ton ol Stone ill Jackten, itt dy Morgan, br Stonewall Jeckinn, tr.d Virglnlui, jrddara by Matchlcia, 4th - tetpontl by dam, I. a dam by datn by Ileii Morgan Denmark It oor ol the Lett bred tadd.e maoo and tail stallloont in Kentucky, Hat and rood, lor if, rangy neck. Don't (ail to ice b. DIMIAK. him. Hubble Ky Ttamby gl "''v') The at call Saddle Slalliom. At $10 to Insure aLiing Oolt. WALLACE DENMARK 65, Lien n tamed on colt until teaten money It raid Any breederparring with mare forfeit! loiurance CIIAKLK1 DU.NN " LEXEL 262. The above aimed tlalllona w.il make theicston milet nl ol lluitumll.e, near at mylar m Carpenter's Station. j English a :- - Hunter. ,.Mm aj Waltaco Don mark 55, Coet all the gsits to perfection and without any training trutt under r'lltcen and three 40 quarteithinJi high. II y bumpier Denmark, Jr ; he by Goddard't Denmark, re by Gainea & Crtmrlt'i Denmark, ho by the race bone Denmark, he by Imp lledg-lori dim ..Kaniiie Wallace No.y.by Sir Wallace, he by Tfdliunier'i Sir Wallace, he by dam Si Albert thoroughbred .by Virflolui dam of Virglnlui h Tran-bIheroughbred be b) Mik'U'i Whip, jlhorovfhbred a Whip Mare. y. Combined, Hay SiallmD, 16 hanii high Ilv Abdallah Mrienger. rinldam the Win i.uik taddle marr, th by Day CrccWtt. win .f Denny't Iircnuon.bv Imp Drcnnon Alxltllah Metriiger, lire of Knglnh Hunter, 11 bf Mencnger Chlf, tire of Maud Met a lK lenger I will Hand Kngllth Hunter the ot iSo at my Mable j mile, frmn .Shelby teten on the City, Knob Lick aud 1 uir.ertv.llc pike, At $8 to Insure a Living Oolt. Money when colt It foaled or mare parted with 1 will alto ttand the excellent )oungjtck, dam Ie 3l& the Innurance. r 1 roar jrara old, ihandt j inchei high, black with while pointt, heav bone, good tt)le and length SuedbyCov Keene Gov St John't lit dam I'olly Woodi. by lulley'a Wairior: her dam au 1m . jennei The above nnly bred young lack, whole blood line tracei twice to the great Warner family and the Hotel lllack Hiwk, tho gre iteit of the garner family with an Infutlou wf freih imported by Catioon'i Whip blood cloie up, hai provts! a nm bivvder, both 1 dim......lulia Wal ace, by Sir Wallace, he by Todhunler't sir Wallace, he br Sir to rnaret and to jennet., will atand Albert, (thoroughbred.) to Virfialui, he by Maton's Whip, Living- Colt, 3 (Thoroughbred. a wnip .Mare. To approved marei, and $15 foi jcmiett, without uam... duiinction at to tea of progeny $10 tho Inaurnnco. II F. POWELL. Stock committed to my car and breeding ill rtccive my penousl attention. (Sra.it furnnhed at reaionablc rate to be paid be lore removal of itock No reipoDtlbtlltv for acctdiata or ctcapei. Part : lag with itock forfeit! Iniunnce Wallace Penn-arSliieen handi jj; ' lee psdigreeol Wallace Denmark i dam...... Mag 17, by VMetle hv VinJca, fce b lllood t Mack Haw , be by Old lllack Hawk, Videlte't HI iam by Whip, td dam Gallatin, l dam Old Tiger Vindrt'i litdam bv Mambrine Chief ir, id darn by OM Hay Mettenger, jd dam t-- Levellly 262. high Governor St. Job.11 la dm.,tiy At $8 " Insure a - Import's Directions For Preparing Tlirtn For Sale or Sliovr. Iii fattening lior.os for fialo flaxseed Standard Ilulc 6. jelly or even 0ihne.1l steamed will bo Recoid i:igj Will remain In the ttud till June lit, and then c in A, L. Hutebing't hands for fonnd to give very great satisfaction. If training. fed in moderation, it assists digestion Blrod by Wnlelnghnm 2100, Sire cf Latitude, 3 iV4 and 7 or I otbert in tht II, t. t dam 'lintel ..by MetienRcr Iuroc io6, on of llambletenlan tnd aire ol Elaine, t:o, and puts a glossy skin on tho nnimals. It is essentially n fat forming food, aud, the dam of Norlaine, yearling record ajiK. a dam ........ filler to lamet llonell, Jr., by llambletonlm to, lire of Dexter 2:17. etrango to Fay, also helps to ouild np ......,by Harry Clay 4, tire of the (lama of St. Julian, a.'nK, IloJine a:ioH, good working muscle if fed in small 3 dam letiipSayrc. and la more that have produced j:jo trutteri; altu tire of the dam ol quantities. Many a hard worked truck Klectionccr, a re of'm in the a 30 Int. horse would do much better if given n by Liberty, ion of Lance, by American ICclipie. 4 dan., handful of oilmeal in his night's feed. Waltlngham aif( tue of Naboth, it otic of the youngrit tout of George Wilkea 519, record a:j, who It goes without saying that when gettired Harry Wilkei, ij Guy Wilket, J 11, Mle UMkei tliy, Wilcox, 2:16, and In othert ting horec.3 into flesh for tho market tho hit; also 41 producing tout and 10 ptoducing dauglneri. 3.30 quicker tho reqnisito amount can bo put Note Naboth It a bay boric, 16 handi high, foaled June aj, IIh pedigree contalni the blood on tho Iwtter it will bo for the poller. of Ilambletonian, Gccrge Wllkct, Maaibrlno Chief, IMot, Jr , and Harry Clay. A friend of tho writer recently bought At S25 from one farm 32 great, big, powerful Insure a Living Colt. geldings that had donoa rough winter's My two fine Saldle Stallion, work on indilTcreut caro and looked badly in consequence. They wero fed as noted nbovo and in six weeks went olT ut n very handsomo protit, as nice Will alio male the preient icav.n of 18)4 at the low price ol CIO tj Iniure a Living Colt. Tloth are looking a bunch as ever wero in a stable elegantly bred and ture loal j;etler. I will alio alrnd together. Tho reports of every market for horses contain this expression, "The-prices for hordes of such and Stable twomllei South'ol Must nville on Moreland A' Carpeuter't Station pike. TTZ such an age, sound and 'in good flesh. ' " J. K. BAUGHMAN, It is impos-tUilto get a good price for Huitonvitle, Ky thin hoies, and there is no senso in getting rid of them at what they will fetch and letting some ouo mako all the profit by simply putting 100 pounds of meat . on their frames. O110 man can do it as STANDARD. well as another. Thero is another point to bo noted in Illick Stallhr.; Fated in iS9; tsH Handi High. thus getting horses ready for tho marSirod by tho Croat Dictator 113. ket The feeder must carefully note every animal's feeding capacity. Seaicely by Almont 33, record 2'?!. i dam Alice a dam. ., . by Norman 95 any two horses in tho miiiio stable will oung Twyman mare. 3 dam do equally well on exactly tho samo raGeorge Dictator will make the tenon ot J; at 32.3 to Iniure a Living Colt or !s the Seiton. tion. Tho feeds must bo arranged in proportion to capacity. In most of tho middlo western states as well as in tho hay ata lien, nearly east thero aro men who mako a busihandi high, foaled MM, bred by George F. Keene, Shelbille, Ky. ness of buying up thin horses and putSirod by Mambrino Lo Crand, Son Don ting flesh on them, and these operators mark. generally get ricli. Tho rule about good flesh on tho oj)en horso market holds t dam lllack S U .,by Yellow Jacket, a great saddle hone. a dam by Drennin. ... good with road and carriage horses as .. by lllghlan ler. well as With tho heavier kinds, nud it is i dam moro easily complied with, for it takes Tckms ameat above. much less feed to get a trim driver into Will alto ttand one go. id JACK at H to Iniure a Living Celt nhapo than a big, heavy drafter. M. S. BAUGHMAN, A word or two of 'advico as to makStanford, Ky ing horses up for show may 1:. bo out of place, in view of tho fact tnat many local exhibition? take place at tho of tho treason. Tho stallion that is "all run down," though ho maybe tho best horso of tho lot, will attract tho least attention. To get light harness horses into condition for show nt this time, sloppy feed must bo avoided, and crushed oats, barley and bran tako tho placo of softer foods. Plenty of exerciso must bo given and good groomiug dono every day. If soft flesh would do for n stallion to mako his season on, it could bo as easily and quickly put ou, as in tho other cases mentioned, but a better and moro serviceable articlo is demanded and can only bo supplied with grain and work. A mash, however, may lie giveu with advantage at night It should bo vrann, very nearly dry, and twico a week a a good sized rutabaga or a fow boiled should bo added. Horseman. An ; NABOTH 10016. MAKING UP HORSES. 3 tsV sflssBW r lit. MIssssUeIL kS i '"aaaaKSaBaaHafaaia r rwiirr mi waJaaaaaaLPTaTff itw l!i... ( The Kelegantly bred Trotting Stallion, -:- -- Onward SIRED - Messenger. ii. to STAR DENMARK and WILLIAM; L. Two Fine Jacks at $8 to Insure. o e Srandard Ured by Charles Dunn. 1JY ONWARD CHIEF H49J. Ily Onward ncord a iO, sire of 4) In the a'30 list, also 17 producing ion, and 16 produc lug daughter!, ut dim Lady Metienger, by Hutch nson'aCbief 1430 and dam Elira Jane, the dam of Maud Mftien-ge- r. 3 i6'4 Merit a 37, by Gentle llreere 3456, sire of Pearl, a 30. Ac 3rd dam Kitty IUvera, dam of Ilertie Girl, 3 37, by AbdaiUh n, ireof Almont, Iklmont &c. 4t dam by Red Jacket, tire of the dam of Kentucky Wilkes a n'4- - M idtion Wilket a a8H and eramlamof Hed Wilkes, So 60, a 17H. Liriie VlikCI,3 334. Kc. Hay horse, heavy mane and tail, with tire, ityle and nnith, and repreaentin. some of the best trotting families In the whole country. Should make a great stock hone. Wilt mike a hort season at oursuolc sv, miles west of Man lor!, at iu, $10 To InsureA Mare In Foal. J. A. & S.T. HARRIS. Stantrrd, Ky. George Dictator , 386-2- SENTINEL 21479. llecord 2:201. (Only 4 months' handling ) I'.y Almont Sentinel 0051. dam Mattic, by Shakspeare. ?d dam by Long's Ilambletonian. Jul tbtin thoroughbred. Almont Sentinel 0051. by Sentinel 280. Im dam Allie Gano by Almont 33. 2d dam Xrnina by Xonuan 25. Sentinel ii a handsome bay horse, 10 lninds high, tine mane and tail; is a sure foal getter. His colts are large and stylish ami arc a liich class of trotters and roadsters. Sentinel was formerly owned by H. H. 0. Mitchell, of Mitchcllsburg, I v , and was owned last year by George Afford, McKinney, Ky., "who made the season of 1S93 with him at $15 to insure a living colt. This excellent Iioim will make the season of 1SD4 at Middleburg, Casey county, Ky. Owing to the hard times, we will 1 of Washington .. Insure a Living Oolt for $12. Money due when colt comes or mare parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Will also standja tine mule JACK t 0 to insure a living colt. J H. ALLEN & BKO , Middleburg, Casey County, Ky. Welchmont 6367. Rytdyk'a Ilambletonian 10, all sucdaid and with all he trotters you want on both ' sidei, with rtcordi at low as 3:05. Welchmont imparts trotting action to lilt colt all over. Vetera! hate shown a 3 35 gait. He is lull 16 bauda high, black at a crow; im- high knee action. Hit colli make fine New ?arti saddlers. He Is a fine indiwdual and stands . at Hustonville at my stable at Son of William Welch, son of Ryidyk'i Ham-b'etonito, out of Pauline by Almont Forrest, ho by Old Almont, be by Alexander's Abaallab, he by reg-l.tcr- rd car-rot- ' $10 to Insure a Living Oolt, or $5 the Season, like Mm. J. STEELE CARI'E.VIER, Dillard Denmark. Huitor.villc, Ky 0I1S91 at Cook't This finely bred stallion will make the tea. 00 bprlogi, aH milei Uaitof Stanford EAGLE : BIRD. At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. . Monev du. wh.n reli I. fn.l.t n.....l with or bred to another horvc. Lien retaiued on -- This space belongs to- - all colts until teaton It mid Gran luroiihed mate at Ji.jo per tocnth. Will not be mponilblc for accident., thould any occur Wlnlierol the Sjoa Stake at Lcaington. Dillard Denmark wat ure4 h Double DenWinner of SweeptUke Premium at Lciiegton. mark, he by Montroit too, the tire ol high clan taddle hariet living. rei'iu Montrote de Winner of Aged Premium and Sweepitaket at tcendantt won oter moit everything; Itit teaaon : Dillard wat thown at Danv lie when a Pat It. old money. He hat been han. Won Second Money In fjooMakei at Verialllei. died and woo aecundwill be very little bat put in trunlng alter a short tcaion and thown, Won Third Money In $400 Stake, at Nichoiat-vlllKir.tdam by Wathington Denmark; Second dam by John Dillard; Won Fourth Money in Sjoo Staketlat Stanford. Third dam by Gray Kagle thoroughbred 8-- 8 Double Denmark by Washington I)enmark; ad Won the JiooConioIatlou Puric at DanTillc, dam by Shropihhe'i Tern Hal Dillard Dcnmaik ii a beautiful dark aorrel, 16 Eagle llird it a beautiful brown lih imall itar, And others, handahigh. he hatpron blmiell a ttandt over 16 handi high, hai (lowing wane and targe, handtoroe moveri, Ihu it a brevder ol fine hone if be had 00 pedigrie; but we do not hesitate boavy tail. ; to tay that he li one ol if the bet bred Dlrd wat ilred by the great King Eagle, addle hnr.et in the country not Saddle and combined lionet handled at reaiona-b- l wlnne r of mire than 40 Illue Tici. rates. J.K.COOK. Klrat dam by Star Eagle, ion of Cabbell't Lea Rowland, Ky logton; and dam by Hamlet Denmark, too of dam by Harm' Den WaihlngUm Denmark; Will make the leaion of 1894 at W. W. Hays' mark, ton of Mlller'a Denmark t mile West ol Stanford on the Stanford A Hut Donmark Chief will link's the preient senon at : of iS;4, at my Eagle Hint will ttand the teuton ton llle pike, at the race track, at two mile! Weit of Stanford, on the Shelby farm City pike, 3512 Deicriptlon and Pedigree Silver Tipl alieau- - , He It a nice bay, i handi 3' incnet high, five Colt. Thit fine Hackney Stallion will make the to old. He taudlet well, but has not been lilul red bay with hind ankles while, fine mane' n of at my farm on the Crab Orchard pike, aud tall, ijv, hande high, loaled May i,th, ibSS , liaiued. He is by Hutchimon Chief. No lairo, As a bretxler he is not tutpaiicd in the State. We by Meitenger Chief. Hutchinson Chiefs first three unlet from Stanford, known Money or cath ncte will be required when the fact Hail farm, and will se e marei at the John M. told a yearling colt ot hliget to . Mayt, ol Caey, j dam br Sentinel; ad dam by Alexander's Abdallie lah: id dam by Red lacket: Metaenzer Chief bv lUlfjyiAUU wcii,iviici,iiiiii 11111 IU ! it atcertalned. hit colt. At .how horte he by Mnmtirliui Moienger, At $15 to a Oolt. wat not pleased with In the State. a He wat ihown AbdallahbyPilot; ut damChief, 3d dam by Imp Naad dam Mambrino Eagle llird it one ot the grandot ihow honet in it at good at there It in the JjooSweepitake Ring at Danville with it poleon. Kentucky. Monte Crltto, hit uncle, It the only Denmark Chiefs nt dam was aired by Sumprer Money due when the fact is atcertalned or mare contcaiantt, which wat pronounced to be the best Denmark, he by Goddard'a Denmark, he by ever shown 10 Ky., and he wore the third tie. hone thon In the Plue Grata Circuit, that he did parted with. td jvalia fine Individual and Connaught Sliver Tip wat aired by Silver King, he by On Gaines & Cromwell's Denmark, he by the race the finest action nf any horte in the coun Time he by Stonewall lacknon. Fint dam by hore Denmark, he by the Imp. Hedgefotd. Hit not defeat, lie could be relied upon to make a try. The Hackney it noted the country over for Skedaddle, bv Oliver, ton ot Wagner. Se:oud rd dam wat by On Tin e, 3d dam by Red Lion. gallant mow whenever called upon and always nyle. action and endurance. 1 hey hae been bred dam by lied Lion. Silver King's dam was Mol-li- e Marei parted with lorfeiti the Iniurance Will make the 9,'aion three mllet from Crab Mounce, tired by Cabbell't Lexington, son ol for yean. fioiihcd at came at a race horae, although tome for thete nualniea wat over 100by Connaught ad bred Jamet Cker, of lllood't lllack Hawk Second dam by Young Orchard, on the Crab Orchard and Stanlord pike Meitenger. tkcdaddle't ol the "knowingonti"' pronounced him no good. Ileetley Hall, Eaat Dereham. Norlolk. Wat aired America, son of Taylor't SAMUEL COCHRAN, bv Victor of Heetley 1837; dam fint dam by Medoc, and dam by Trumpeter, 3rd Crab Orchard, Ky good colored Highllyer locA. He waa imported Ilaonle 1015. by dam by Aratus. At a bleeder of fine, by A It Ihomp-toMares bred to this horse will be kept at reasonof Crawfordivllle. Indiana, June 3, 1S9J colta, he la not turpaiicd byjany horte in KenTestimonial. -- We think the Hackney croued able rate. Care taken to prevent accidents and , tucky. with Kentucky marei will make good tellers and escapes but not reiponiibbthoull any occur. Money due when colt it loaled or mare parted Faitem Marei from a diitance will bo furnished grass good horses for the Thomas, market. Lexington; Lei HEAZLEY BROS K HAYS. with. K. D l'tNULEVON, Norlolk; Va. KEQISTERED. after May itt at $1.50 per month, and mutt be paid u Stanford, Ky Call and tee this excellent stallion. at the removal of marei. Care taken to prevent LINCOLN COUNTY HORSE CO, BY L, K RUE w. M. KUK. accldeatt and cicaptt, but not reapomlble should By A. F. Morxkly, Stanford, Ky. Daaa by old Stonewall Jacksen. any occur. DANVILLE. Thit fancy saddle stallion wilt make the senon Parting with or removal ol mares forfeits the in of tSoa at our stable i mile from Mlllcdgeville, WORLD'S CHAMPION, THE aurao.ee. Lincoln county, Ky.. oa the Stanlord and Will alto stand a fine mule Jack at $7 .to Insure a pike. Owing to the scarcity Of money, wf will atand him living colt, : K P.WOODS, Oolt. a StantorJ, Ky j and Race record a:i4, winner of the e.year-ol- d Will make the preient seassn of 1894 at the farm Money due when the colt conies or mare parted sweepstake premiums for standard-bre- d the lata L. D. Garner. 1 railea from Crab Or. trotters at the Woild'a Fair 189). with. Marea grirrd or fed at reasonable prices. chard, at Slrtdby Gambetta Wilkei a:t9, lire ot 41 in Not responsible tor accidents thould any occur. Gilt Hdge it a beautiful red torrel, flaxy mane 1:30 litt, handi 3 inches high; wat Oolt 4 Months d. I dam Maud, bv Garrard Chief, tile of Haul and tail, 15 it a perfect taddle horse. foaled Sept. Duke a.sS, ano Lady Yeuer, dam of 5 in the 6, 1886 ana and took Gilt Edge was showed as a Brignola is a Red Ray Stallion. Saddle and Har-ne- 1:30 list. a dam Nellie, by ton of Billy Uoice 314, by Cor. the a weepatake premium at Kirkivllle and Dan Combined; 16 hands high: fine atyle and acvllleand in hit own ring at Harrodiburr. Thou tion and hat fine mane and tall. He was sired by beau. who want to breed atallion are thoroughbred. by Abdallah Meeienger, he by Messenger Chief. j dammakeHelm's Yorkshire, at Central Park at coidially invited to to a gooo. taddle and see him look at our horte iS3 the season ot Will First dam by old Lexington, the fine Saddle move, the low price of horse. He wat tired by Second Jewel, ho by Cunningham's Jewel, he by old Waihington Denmark. Oolt. A 25 To His lint dam Minnie by McDonald's Halcorn. . Second t'am by Wells' Crusader, hit ill dam by NOTE. -- If marea bred and In foal should Stonewall Jackaon he by Waihington Denmark, This fine young Jack will serve a limited number change hands, money due at that time. Mares he by niack Denmark, hit Itt dam by Crutadcr oi mares at Etgm Dolltrs, Season money due if mare Is traded or parted kept at reasonable rates, but not teipontible ior he by Old Whip, ad dam a Rocky Mountain mate accidents should any occur with. W.S. GARNER, MADISON SANDIDGB & SON, WM. M. RUE SON, Crab OrcharJ, Ky. Danville, Ky. Milledgeville, Ky. II CTCES DP. CEOW, BELMONT M'KINTKrEY. CHIEF, KTT. e. SUMAC 8689. H. ID, The New Harrodaburg Fair, besides its guaranteed purses to trotters and pacers, will opeu a stake for saddle mares and geldings 0( nny age, to close Juue 1st. when it takes $5 to nominate and $2 50 to start, payable the evening before. $150. Amount of stake guaranteed Write (or entry blanks toT. M. Cardwell, secretary, Harrodaburg, Ky. The guaranteed purses of the Harrodaburg Fair cover nearly all clnsses of trotters and pacers. Only $o to nomi-natEntries close May let. Write to T.M. Cardwell, Sec'y. Liberal premiums given to saddle stallions, mares and geldings at the Harrodaburg Fair, June 27, 23,29. Write for full piirticulars and entry blanks to T. M. Cardwell, Sec'y, Harrodsbnri;. e. Louer than any ether hone in Kentucky bred D. S. CA.RPENTEH, Hustonville, Ky. PENCE, 18444 tRace rec. 2:34, fifth heat 1894 i mile track.) 1 Will make the season of miles south of Stanford at my place, At $10 by the Season, or $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. Hehaa proven himiclf a breeder of fice style and action, and can be seen to satisfy anone interested. In 1891 Pence started in n races, and won eight first moneys and three secends. He it a game race bone. For further information call on or address A. M. PENCE, Stanford, Ky. Etle : i jJ SILVERTIP 169. Denmark Cheif. Donnaolit 1 84 2nd, tea-io- $10 to Insure a Live Colt. $5 Insure a Living Colt This fine saddle stallion, Chancy Denmark 36c, Drown Eulp, Jr , was ured by Brown Fugle, he will make the season of iS)4 at the stable of Col. Underwood, 5 of a mile from Hubble, Ky., on by King Etgje, he by lllack Eaglo First dam by Copperhmtom, aid dam by ulambrino Chiif, 3rd the Kuih llrauch Pike and, dam by Lexington Drown Eagle r , Ii a handiome dark bay, ijU handi high nd uasfoaled In 1891 Hn will make tho present teaion at my placo near McKinney at Chancy Dcnn ark 363 is a bay horse, full 16 hands high, foaled iS$7, aired by Huhble's On $8.00 To A Living Oolt. Time, dam bv Old dioncwall Jacksjn. His colts are fire and of poo J size and will compare with Will alio rtand at the same time aid place a flrtt- - anvooa, s saauic siauion. same price ana terms Will also stand two royally bred jacks at the ciai? .Mule jacu at the same place. JAMES WALKER GIVENS. 3 McKinney, Ky. Brown Eagle, Jr. Chancey Denmark. 205. Will Serve Mares at $10. Iasure At $20 Insure a Living DIRECTED 13945 Will ake the seasoi of vjuth ot Lancaster, at TOM CURTIS. Insure Living i)i at"Maplei,'' 2 miles SIOTO INSURE. I.len retained on colt for sen Ice feet. Directed 1391S wat sired by Director 196.0 record a 17; 1st ddiu Fanny Wilkes, by George Wilkea 319, record and dim Fan- - dam of Kate Spragua, 3:18, Lll Sprague, a:37', etc. by Lance, son of Fljlng Morgan ; 3rd dam Queen, by General Gilford ; atb dam Fanny, by Chancellor: jth dam bv American T. A. EI.K1N, Ecllpte. Laucatter, Ky pot-ten- et a'; hlgh-atyle- n, 17-i- m Jack, white poind, 15' J hands high, heavy body aud good bone. He is by old Uour-b- on (hlet, the noted jennet jack of Maduon that sold for J 1 ,oro. Bourbon Chief was sired by Hercules, he by Imp. Hercules, and his dam by Imp. Espartero. Rourbon Chief's dam was by Col Lear'a Imp. Napoleon 3rd. and dam by Iiuena Vista, 3rd dam by Imp Casllllan. Bue-n- a Viita was sired by the great Compromise, he by Tippecanoe, he by Imp, Warrior, which was acknowledged the belt jennet jack ever in Kentucky Uourbon Chief is (A hands high without thoei. He 11 a coal black with realy nose and for form, weight, ttyle, action and appearance he Tom Curtit' tit dam waa by Joe hat no equal Phelpt' big jack and her dam by Sam Pnefps' jack, and dam by lilack Samson. Tom Curtis will serve Is a coal black Red-mno- GILT EDGE 261. Jacks For Service. SECOND JEWEL 48. The following excellently bred Jacks will make the season of 1894 at ray place on the Stanlord & Lancaster pike: Jennets at $20 for Jack and $15 for Jennets Oolts; Mares $8. u-j- 1 DBoiorTooxi : Ij'f hands high; sired CENTRAL PARK, JOB BZ.ACZBT7R1T. The noted Jack that was bought at Levi Hub-W- e' Prince, be by ad 1 tale for $1, 860; by 3rd Prince, lie by Imp. Prince, nt dam Daily by Duie, he by Irvine' Dixieby Klckapoo; ad dam Nellie Gray by Lord Wellington; 3d dam by Jim Porter. W ill serve jennett at J11 for lack and f jo tor jennet colli and will alio serve a BRIGNOLL Gambonito 8419, At $10 to Iniure Living $6 to Insure a Limited Number of Mares at $10. .Will also stand., by old Bourbon Chief whose pedigree Is given above. His dam was Black Jennet, abe by a jack by Jason Walker's CasliUian and out ofa lull siilerto lluena Vnta, who was out or a jeanet by lllack Samson. He will atand at SO, Tbc service tee will be due in alt cases where mares are parted with or leave the country when such fact is ascertained by us. A lien retained on all colts till seascn fee Is paid.. Moth Jacks have proven themselves breeders. All colts insured till four months old. Care taken to prevent accidents but not reipon-stbl- e should any occur. first-class Oiiief. UNDERWOOD BROTHERS, , Hubble, Ky ia a Mule Other Good Dollars. Jacks At Eight Insure all colts till four months old. 1 CUXTTON, JR. Insure Living tained till season money Is paid. Wneu mares or jennets are traded or removed before the fact Is foal, insurance is ascertained ai to being; and makes season money due. Care taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but not responsible snould any occur. Thanking our customers lor their past favors we Lien re- .aM BssssssssssaaaaV'Lfe lY7IIaiUUXHik3aaa9l ed , ollclt a continuance 6 of same .S.r "T .. t. .maft-Aait- " R Poit-olBc- L. HUMBLE, , Lancaster, Ky. - V. A GEXUBI3 MOTTO. BROTHER KILN CLUB GARDNER OF THE LIMERISES TO EXPLAIN. after Which the Mottnen For the Year 1804 Arc Inly Olren Hut llrother O.nnlnet Foci Called t'pon to SnyTlmt Tliejr Are of Little line, After All. Copyright, 1891, by Charles B. Lewis. ft' i fc play it from do platform." Lord Cornwnllls Johnson, who holds tho ofllec pf keeper, retired to tho llbrr.ry and presently returned with tho banner, on which was emblazoned tho motto, as follows: hnnd, "I hcv ivcelvcd dls yens cplstlo from do stnto department of Alabaum nxln mo if dls Limekiln club has n motto, on it wasn't ober two dnys ngo dat one of our nions' prominent memlwrs put do samo queshuni. Of co'fo wo hcv n motto! 'Way lack in do dim jvist, when dls club numbered only gelxn pusons nn n dawg, wo Invented an ndoptetl a motto an hev Btuck to It elcr scne. Wo doan' parado It befo' do public on ebery tiosslblo occashun, but it hangs up In do library, whar all incmliers kin seo It, an I must confess sure prises dat nnolo member llko Sir Isaac should lw In doubt about It. I)o keeper of do seal will bring in do motto an disVnl-pol- "Sonso do Inst meet In," said Urothct Gnnlner ns ho nro.o with n letter In his Mnemm '? I im LZZJ si ; ff let & . "Dar am no doubt somo among yp," returned the president, "who doan' exactly understand do meanln of dem words, which nr mostly Latin. Ad victim IxjiiIs has four mennln's one fur each season of do y'ar. In do spring It mean-.- . 'Hunt fur roots nn put in some sulphur tin make yo'self a tonic.' In do summer It means, Doan' swnller do seed, of a wntcnnillyon In de fall it means, wldout chaw-in'Whar yo' gwlno to git yo'r meat' an In do winter It means, Xolwdy kin lw real happy wldout chilblains.' Our idea in ndoptin dat motto win to git sunthin to klvcr do hull ground nn bo wuth do money, nn up to do present tlmo I hain't lienrd no fault found wld It. I will tako ndvantago of dls occahun to say dat our mottoes fur 1691 am now printed an ready to nail up an will bo In plnco befo' de next meetin. I will read dem, as follows, an in a loud voice: 'Honesty am do best policy, an dnwgs not allowed in do hall 'cept on extra cold nights. "Truth must prevail, but do liar seems to git along about as well as anybody .' I "In union dar am strength, nn roastln cheeso on do stovo am positively forbidden. "Seek to gain do respect of yo'r feller men, but nllus charge at least 0 per cent interest when yo' lend money. "Do not put off till tomorrer whnt yo' kin do today, an In cne of n flro In Pnm-dls- o hall let do president git out fust. "Respect oloalge, an any pusson breakln" a pano of glass In any of do windows will bo expected to promptly settlo for do samo wldin 30 days. "Ilathcr than speak evil do not speak at all, an any money found on do floor nrter do meetin adjourns should bo handed to do treasurer fur safe keepln. "Kind words nr' like dewdrops on do thirsty meadow, but no member of dis club should ngreo to whitewash n kitchen cellln fur less dan half a dollar. "Do alwvo mottoes nr' all wo shall need fur do comln y'ur," said Brother Gardner as he Inld them nside, "an dcy won't bo put up wld do ldeah of doln any pertlck-le- r good. All I shnll ask of yo' Is to remember do motto of do club. Dar was a tlmo when I believed In mottoes. I dnt do coopjr who hung up In his shop de motto, 'It nr' better to be honored dan to bo rich, ' ortcr bo patronized nbovo all odders. I glv him un order fur two elder bar'ls, an liotli leaked, an helled about it. I 1ellcved dat do shoemaker who put up du motto, 'If I cannot bo rich, I'll bo honest, ' was do man to mnko mo a pa'r of butes. Ho mndo 'cm, nn I ncbler had a poorer pa'r. Ho not only put In do cheapest leather, but ho left out half do pegs when pegs war only 5 cents a quart A. good many y'nrs ago, when a rag carpet an a set of cane seat chairs war considered good 'nuff fur anybody's parlor, an when sassafras tea nn barley coffee could bo found on do tables of do rich, mottoes war all right. Dey 6ccmed to make do meat go f urdcr an do apple sass to tasto better. But in dis day nn nlge, when ebcrybody goes around wld a chip on his shoulder an a dollar In his pocket, mottoes doan' count. Only yesterday I was In n houso wld 'God Bless Our Homo' oberonodoah, 'Love Ono Another' ober a second an 'Keep Yo'r Heart Puro' ober a third. Do husband bad run away wid do hired gal, do wifo had sot do houso aflro to git do Insurance on do furnlchure, an do chlU'en war pulling ha'r an torturin do fnm'ly cat Somo of yo' wondered why I moral lost folL It was bekoso a fom'ly wid a motto moved in next doah. Dey put up do motto of 'Lovo Thy Neighbor as Thyhelf,' an it wasn't a week befo' I missed hnlf a cord of wood an fur of my fattest chickens. It was only a question of time, If dey stuck to dnt motto, when dey would git do rest of do chickens an clean out my cellar, an 60 I moved away an got alongside a man who hasn't eben a gOsiel hymnbook In do house. Let us now ad vlcum bonis to else. jke, Antloch, Burlington, Mukwonsgo, T D. NEWI.AND. CI. C LYON. Waukeshfl, Neenab, Waupaca, Fifleld, FREDliAUMANN. Ashland and Dultith. Tourists nnd R. L. will it. pleasure seekers figuring on their next V. L. I1KCK. SUFFOLK SHEEP. f iii I1AI.MKR. summer's vacation should bear this in pktVu it. long. "Yes. sir. I nm to wntch. ennrd. flirlit Its Good Point Sft forth by nn Ardent mind nnd before selecting a ronto d'op a IS PHILLIPS. events of lat week nnd die, nnd us n sort of sldo Issue kill off lino to Jan. C. Pond, General Pnsspnger Among the J. E. IIIIUCE. Admirer of the ltrecil. Agent of tho Wisconsin Central Lines, Was tho high ten given by Mrs. Colonel n few train roblwrs. What's the snlnry'" Mr. Gcorgo W. Franklin write thus Baxter of Cochise plr.ee, followed In tho nt Milwaukee, Wis, anil ho will send "Well, say $4.1 jcr month to begin on." MYERS HOUSE in Tho American Agriculturist concern- you limps, time, tables anil puldo books evening by a progressive euchre party. "And If I nm killed" The ten used wv a mixture of green nnd contaii ing vulunhle information, which "Then tho dally papers will mention ing tho StilFolk sheep: From tho yoar 1K00 to lSiO tho black and cot f.5 cents per pound. Among your heroism nnd hoc to seo It emulated." nro mailed fn e upon application. the articles of vhtu In the drawing room of nnd tho Nor"And my widow?" P. W. GREEN, Prop. we noticed nbur'f Hiakc .pour", the scalp "Can turn dressmaker, nnd n tho relict folk was qnito general. In ISM) those Tho Big Four Route to Chicago and St. nn Apache Indian, n ihruimi from Chiof Louis. of n hero will bo sure to do a big busi- Southdown-Xorfulk- s Thii static, which It run n connection with the were first called Myers Iiuute, hasjbeeo supplied with cago nnd n click-- click. It Is nccdless-tness." The I hii tlie belt Suffolk, classes being givou to them by cilltiet IIit O KOUK route irnlni cntrr terminal I. unChicago on ChicagoAll add that the afl":.ir n a whole was an "Thanks. I nm tho mnu who sells tho the lllmoli (.'ciittal track alon( nx miltiofthc A New Lot of Horses. Carriages, qualified succers. Mrs. Baxter had five corn euro and toothache remedies on tho Lake Kiont, through the moil pictmetiiua I ortion years' experience' lieltlnil a sodn fountain street, and my average Income Is $30 per Buggies, Wagons, ol the city, ami Undi ikMengpri In the magnifi. Chicago and knows exactly how thco week. No shooting, no heroics, no dying. -' In Station on Twelfth Sttcitaml ieru Nw feVt-twriw"Sfcv I.uke I'tcnt '1 hit Main n is convenient 10 the nUw rummer's Suppl.es and Is belter than evM . XTOil recherche tiff..lr should be pulled off. j'. V.vi . ; jii? .ACM supply the public with Auditorium. Klchclitu, Victoria and I. eland Ho- prepaict " One of the oboys from tho 2 by 4 tels and within two Hrnktof 'he Stair and Some Nntiirnl Scenery. ranch was In town ytenlay after somo RIGS OF ALL, KINDS. Street Cable I.inri and tho Smith Side Kallvray. Convenient stopaarc alto made soap nnd casually mentioned the fact that We were sieodlng along jwvst tho varied am! pioniptattcntiun givento Weddings i'ark,Thirty-mntSlrtct and Twenty Personal at llytl they had ju-- t hung another uinn over mountain scenery of Kentucky when tho ratfesGidltu,..-tccond Stieet Station!. there. Wo mndean elTort to secure particu- man In the seat ahead of mo muttered: PW.OHEKN. Magnificent Veulbulcd Train. Parlor Can lluf-IWacncr Shenlng Cats. Private Coinpaitment Propr tetor lars, but none were to lie had. They found "By goh!" and "Gosh nil fishhooks!" so AL HURNS, Manager Sleeping Car and Sunrb Pining Cart. No him drlvingotf st'K-- nnd hung nnd burled often thnt I Anally said to bun: traniler acrnit Cincinnati to make connections him. He probably had n nnme, but Your ticket should read Ma the II C. KOI K "This Is pretty lino scenery, Isn't It?" Kpute to enliy tbee nmllecet. Solid trains nro not particular over on tho 2 by 4. This "Tho gnul durndest scenery I over sot Cliiciunjll 4ml St Louis, with I'jlace makes tho soenth or eighth innn they eyes on!" he replied. Sleeping Cart telween St U)uit and W'a hlngton, hnvo planted in tho hist 12 months, and beC.vlmhe IlIO RH II Houte. "Didn't you ever seo any mountnlns bjv K In no case havo they embarrassed n victim fore?' the elegant service nd M LouistheIt IMC, KOI by AND BfKKOI.K HAM. cuctlled bctwien Cincinnati by demanding his nnme and pedigree. "Neverl Never saw anything hlgher'n composed ot new ro other line. Night trains ars The most that tho cowlwy could remema hill In all my born days! Say, 1 wouldn't tho Suffolk Agricnlturnl nMociatiou. cart throughout, coaches of the latctt lmpr ved ber was that tho man died easy, as If um.iI 'a' missed this 'ero fur 20 bushels of oats!" Tho Suffolk sheep, as they now exist, pattern ami Wagner Sleeping Cars in icrvlce for I'arlor to lielng hung. "Isn't thore any natural scenery In tho mny bo briefly described ns black faced, the lint tune bay trains have I'lnlrg and and Koom Cara and evinlt Cars We were agreeably surpr!cd yesterday neighborhood where you live?" hornlos, with clean, black legs, nlout through Palace lluflVl MreplDg Cart between st I) when Informed that our c.tcvincd contemC ncinnttl, , via tains and Wathirglcn "Ntithln to compare with this, .list and Chriapeake .V Ohio Rt , in on porary was back In his sanctum nfter nn look nt that ina.ss o' rock over tharl Why, 30 icr cent larger than tho Southdown, which they reemblo in ehurncter of rrclion with the Iamcut"F K V ' The Pining absence of two weeks, during which tlmo thar's 'miff of it to build tho foundashun wool. Among tho excellent point of Car Service extends through Irom bt I.oult in lie hns been a patient sufferer in his own walls fur 10,000 Iwrns!" SOLD TO WethiiiKton fur lull Inloimation regarding rate, I , apply to nearitt rgenl, or house. Ono evening a fortnight ngo ho ALL POINTS: "But there can Ik? natural scenery with- this breed are: Thirty lambs to 20 ewe etc Martin, Ucn'l Past ticketTicket Am addreva U , nr I. II. and was informed thnt T.IK KlCKEi: proposed out mountains," I persisted. Fecundity McCormick I'ots Traffic Vanagrr to Introduce red and blue cardboard signs OJjIQJNDIANA, ILLINOIS. of course! Ye, I exject we've got nro n very frequent occurrence, in large "0h, of "To Rent" In this town, nfter the Chiflocks. In the flock of tho writer, this A lady at Toole) s, la , wit very sick with l.il. some nnternl scenery around our town, WISCONSIN, Louis style, and his jealous cago and I never thought of It lwfore. Yes, spring, nro ICO per cent of livu huiita lous colic when M. C lulrr, a a prominent rner s chant of the town gae her loitte ol Chtmtr-Iain'tpfrit nt onco took fire. He got out his though wo have." I expect to tho number of dam. MISSOURI, Colu, Cholera and 1'larrhua Remedy He old revolver nnd picked up our trail nnd 4 miniuta "A winding river fringed with willows, Early Maturity They nro noted for njs sha a Korell in by Ur S. O after taking the nn hour later found us on tho street and for Instance?" Mle llocker, Drug firitdote NEBRASKA. COLO'rADO, thl oven to a great oxtontns tho famed gut, Stanford llrcd nt our Imck. The bullet struck nnd "Nonp. Our river don't wind, nnd sho shnttorcd tho big toeof his own right foot, hain't fringed with uuthln but saw logs. Hampshire. One pair of lamlm dropped ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, nnd for several days the doctor feared lockI expect one of our nateml sceneries Is olo this spring weigh nn nggregnto of 182 .TEXAS, -- jaw. Wo didn't even know that ho had Squar' Johnson, who alius stands at tho pounds. Another lamb, now 2 months llrcd nt us until he told of It n week later. depot with his hands In his breeches iock-et- s old, weigh 8 jmiuikIs; tho youngest WWU-WEWo nro rejoiced 'that his life was spared. on plug toback-er- , lamb, now 115 day old, .weighs 4H Krom that old complaint wen you tin e prn a ?ffi VIST, WTB-WBnnd his jaws ticnlty tuied ty an , doesn't amount to anything, It is true, It nnd the other Is my wife drivin n hog IKmuds. In England 19 out of 20 FIRST CLASS, SCCOND CLASS but he Is n living, breathing exmnplo of outer tho front door yard with tho broom. breeder prefer a tup lamb ns a breeder which can walk Thar may be more of 'em, but I can't retho fact that anything AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. nnd talk can grub out a living In this glo- member. Say Look nt that crick bustln to nn older sheep. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE Hardihood They will get a living rious west. Its way right onter tho mountain, will On Thursday night of lnt week tho ever you! Gosh all hemlock but tho biggest where other sheep will fnil to thrive, I JEAST. Others have been ured, why no ycj appalling cry of lire suddenly broke In man In our town wouldn't feel two feet havo noticed them staying in tho pas'UUMAN VCSTIBUUD COACHES, on tho deathlike silence brooding over this lilgh If he should come down hero and ture during storms which drove other town, nnd a moment later tho Stygian view these wonderful works of crcushunl" breeds kept on tho samo farm to shelter. Diseaso Cured Without Medicino SLEEPING AUG DINING CJtRt darkness was rent and shntteredby n great Mutton The quality is of tho finest, SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE column of devouring Uame leaping high better btttrrv. !ut a simple km lie IIll.l It Too. with nn exceptionally largo proiortion home 10 e e in.which Wo turned out. Wo were Into tho air. cautct the entire !'lj of YORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI neatment A drake nnd n gamier met on n narrow of lean meat, and command ready talo the patient toala)rb motly' clothed In n llremnn's hat and give wny. CMCAPCST, BEST N0 QUICKEST 1.INE. at top price. speaking trumiet. In going to tho scene path, and neither would "See here, now!" exclaimed the gander Constitution Their robust, hardy of conflagration wo knocktnl down two Write fur UaIm, Ib. lime Tables, I)ctjiv stray mules nnd ran over live or six dogs ns he puffed nut his crop and milled his character, power of endurance nnd comcr to mopliKts, to any htsLuii good shnpe and nt onco feathers, "but do you know thnt I am di- parative freedom from rot during tho - r co, but wo arrived In w ancN MUii, aevtLL. Aik your neighbor about It, If he cau not tell t rectly descended from the ostrich family?" i(i. ir.i!.f i'i took chnrgo of the lire brigade. The vlnw.'irMM.fH-isipnbt 15 year ennsed them to displace to you, write to us for one ol our books sent lie "1 never heard of it," replied the drake, ntir.it. iuiivotr.il. niiim.i. Nothing has ever recemd to many mi "but let me give you n pointer. My great- n great extent tho half breed sheep for- from trustwortr persons, many of testimonials whom ate H grandfather was nn englo and a high fli- merly in favor on tho marsh land of ktwwn to ua Western Recorder, Louisville. Portland. td San Francisco England , er!" The K.lectropoite It a mystery to m; almost a sjfoZl((?Jr. could "Humph! My In Hizo they nro nest larger than tho miracle. Kldcr John I Rodgcrt. relieved me of A In one eight the Klectropo'iM hnve enteu'hlni nt one mouthful! It is a Shropshire, with wool a littlo coarser anu great plcco of presumption ou your part than that of tho Southdown. A gentle- congestion) 01 tne brainKy. vertigo, iter uto II Meant, Covington, to block the roadl" A Iri'nd ol mine was entirely cured of the man from tho state of Now York im"What Is nn ostrich but a great, over- ported n ram lnmb 0 months old, which Kev. W. W. Ilruce, VIA habit with Kleclrepoite Hutionvllle, Ky grown rooster on stilts?" weighed 195 pounds when taken off The Hlectrepone is a wonderful instrument and "And whnt in nn eagle but nn old hen It It more wonderful to how il dce-- ill work, too lazy to supply tho mnrket with eggs?" tho vessel, a yearling ewo weighing 200 ) (tit docs It, T h. at XlriuUy, (I'lowtj C They were having It hot nnd heavy when pounds (not in show condition), nnd this ville, Ky. the farmer en me nlong nnd stopped to in- fiamo gentleman reports n lamb 7 weeks Address Dulloli & Webb, op Fourth it., Ky, quire the cniiso of the row. When ho had old weighing S3 pound. I hnd ono year- Ci)ilCUlSVIlU Htw Allan CHICAiO fit ,& heard the particulars, bu replied: "It may nil be true about your ancesPTJLLMA1TSA1TD tors, but judging you ns n drake nnd a gander I find you of so little benefit thnt PARLOE CAHS. I shnll eat you both to commemorate the and (uickett between Shorten ONLVLINE KROM L01ISVIILE discovery that I nm descended from a M. QUAD. king!" inter-breedin- tstnblUhcd tho fact that this town la In for a spring nnd summer boom. Thirteen new saloons nnd ono restaurant nro sum to be erected, nnd there Is a strong probability that parties from Denver will orvct a public rink In which dog fights nnd boxing matches can Ik- pulled tllxwlth everybody holding down a reserved seat. No financial panic or public Want of confidence can keep this town on her back very to defend tho treasure with your life. You must lot them blow you up with dynnmlto sooner than open tho doors. If they bulhl a flro under tho car, you must roast in tho flames. If they cut holes lji tho car and flro on you, tho company will expect you to kill nt least three of tho robbers Ix'foro giving up tho ghost yourself. Do you In case of an attack yon will bo expected POSTEP. TnoB Who are Posted. Will tell you that the flneet and healthiest Thlsnetlce forewarns hunters, nfherraec and summer resorts In the northwest Are othtrtnettotrrtpats on our lands without pe; located along tho WlecorjBin Outral miu.on, at all tuwh will be prosecuted to the.ful Signed ; Lines, among which are Luke Villa, Fox tit ettent of the law. M. LACKOW'trZ. , g X.X1TXH V STABLI s wtll-know- n - riSHsr . ' Ta-tal- " jj . i" W'a-ba- th Kle-vat- FIRST-CLAS- S b . -- l ct I be-ic- n 1 NORFOLK RAILROAD. Prawr-in- jj WESTERN TICKETS t-- t. JKA 1 WH.TT STTFFEB. -- T, S1 I Electropoise 1 1 NORTH AND OXYGEN. t, . y CT i rtt 1. grent-grnndfnth- World' opi-a- m Fair Record. CHICAGO s Lou-uvill- e, CKMMa A Ky. Midland XVy, I I ... WE TfllKED OUT. dlctlve flames had started in tho houso of Mr. E. J. Hnlsey, the populnr agent of tho lung testing nnd lifting mnchlno seen on our streets every day. In pulling off his boots ho knocked over a lamp, nnd tho lurid flames at once seized upon n curtain nnd began to spread. Tho loss is somewhere between $7 and $8, with no Insurance. It was a nnrrow cscajw forthowholo town. Had there been n hurricane blowing, nnd had tho flames got an hour's start nnd tho flro engine been frozen up, tho next rising sun would have looked down upon a scene of desolation to appall tho stoutest heart. Tho genial nnd urbano proprietor of tho Englo hotel yesterday Informed us thnt nmong the improvements contemplated nt Ids hostelry this spring will bo the refurnishing of tho dining room. Ho proposes to paint the ceiling sky blue, tho wnlls a vivid red and put In regular chairs with backs to them. Tho oilcloth covers on tho tables will bo replaced by linen, a napkin placed nt every plate, nnd no knives or forks without hnndles will bo allowed In sight. Tho entire service of is also to be replaced with crockery, and tho waiters will bo instructed to tako orders after tho regular New York style. Whatever is needed to make tho Englo a first class caravansary will bo carried out without refcrenco to cost, even to painting the barroom in three colors and adding two more tin basins to tho washroom. now-use- d tin-wnr- Ill Difficulty With the Walter. The man with tho hnro lip wns hungry. He went Into n Suite street rcatnurnnt nnd nt onco got into trouble with the waiter because of his Inability to pronouneo the letter "p." Ho studied tho coffou stained bill of faro and then said: "I want four fone tied nigs." When tho waiter returned, ho deposited before tho guest four slices of pork. Tho hare lipped man looked at tho meat, then nt tho waiter. "I didn't order thnt," ho said. "Dat's what yo' ohdahed, sah," replied tho dnrky. " Yo' snyd yo' wanted fo' io'k steaks." "No, I didn't order four fork steaks. I ordered four fonched nigs." "Well, what yo' klckin about? Dero's your fo' po'k steaks." Tho hungry man first made sure that the Scncgnmblun was not guying htm and then said: "See hero, my friend, I don't suppose you ever lived on a farm?" Tho waiter said ho hadn't, nnd tho colitous route in order to nvold tho llngunl rock on which tho hungry man's gastronomic hopes hnd been wrecked nt tho loquy proceeded by tho following circu- Cincinnati nnd Frankfort Only Direct Line between idij RUNNING DINING K. CARS. Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland, Traint run by Central Standard Time. 11 rue April 1, ioj. No 7 No. j. No. 1. TUAINS EAST. p. 111. p m 1 m. Sl'FFOIJv EWE. 4 so too Leave I'ranklort A 700 ' 41 110 Summit 70 ling ewo in stock condition nt the an" KUnorn 3 J5 711 shearing in Iown which " Switxr nual stato 4 4' 140 71! Stamping Ground-- ; j3 431 weighed after being shorn 185 pounds. o -- 734 ' Duvall 4 3 Tho samo sheep in tho scoring contest x " Johnson 3e4 ..II .74 Georgetown.. J3 took tho first premium on a scoro of " (', " 7 35 S. Depot joo J fJ0points, Sho measured 4 7 inches B " Newicn 331 J ai 816 3 39 rcntreville J 3S around tho heart girth and was 35 inches 11 I jo .. 3 43 343 from wethers to root of tuiL In this Arrive Kluibelh C 4 00 3 35 Pan 30 Frnnkfort, Georotown nnd Paris, Carlisle, Mayavillo. Oynthinrm, Falmouth and Covlnirton. WRItK TO K. II. IIACON, D P A.. I.OJiwille, Ky. J. HKED.O. I'A Chlcasc, III. St. Paul. Denver. THE WEEKLY GOtfRIER-dOURNA- L " 5" Is a ten pts iKbt column democratic new,nipfr. 11EN It contains iholwi f everythm; suing RV WATTERSON It the editor PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. The WEEKLY COURIEILJOURNAL males very liberal termt to agenl , and five Ire Smple cpiet olthe paper and for clubt tour page Premium Supplement tent free to any addrett. Write to out-be- t: o A BETTER THING. "Well, you know whnt a rooster Is?" "Yes, sah. Suw ono on Souf Watnh 6treet onco." "You know whnt n rooster's wifo is?" "Dey youstcr call 'em hens." "You know what a rooster's wife's children are?" ''Chickums." "You know whnt a rooster's wife's children afore they're hatched arc?" "Well, I A Tatlent Listener Declines to Accept a "Algs." Wnleotf Story, Senator Wolcott of Colorado tells n story of n man who while traveling In n parlor enr between Omaha nnd Denver fell asleep and snored so loudly that every ono In tho Selling Ute Stock. coach was seriously annoyed. Presently If thero aro a few poor specimens in nn old gentleman approached tho Bleeior, shook him and brought him out of his a flock, sell theni quickly at whatever it slumber with a start. prico can bo got. To try to put thorn "Whnt's tho matter?" ho exclaimed. among a lot of good, well fattened ani"Why, your 6norfng Is nnnoylng every mals will depreciato tho wholo more ono In tho car," suld tho old gentleman than tho others will bring. If there can kindly. our homes." bo suro "How do you know I nm snoring?" bo two classes mado in belling, to niako them and dispose always of queried tho source of tho nuisance. ARIZONA KICKER. THE For a. tho poorest first. Tho samo causes which "Why, wo can't help but hear it." believe nil you hear," re- mado tho best animals gain their supebhnvrlng the Progress A Few Terse Item "Well, don't Refreshing Bath, Hot or Gold, plied the stranger nnd weut to aleep aguln. riority aro likely to continuo in operaof the Age. New York Press. A stjlbh Hair Trim or Cltun Shave, go to tion as long as thoy live. Yet it is quite Some Home News. It gives us unnlloy-ix- l common among a certain class of poor pleasure to unnouneo that Captain Joo fc Farmor's Barbor Shop. Wanted IIU Nnine Chunged. Davis, who ran his stomach ngalnst tho farmers to lot tho butcher tako his pick Oook wild tho judgo to n feet of a mulo ono night about two "Well, John," hind of their sheep, hogs or cattlo, thinking Celestial, "what can I dofor you?" weeks ago and didn't recover his breath that with tho reduction in number exI "I AM TO WATCH, GUAIID, FIGHT AND DIE.' "Want to getto nnrno changed." for 36 hours, is nblo to bo about again and tra feeding will make tho remainder as "Yes, sir." has almost recovered his usual coltish de"Whnt's your name now?" "Their object, of course, will bo to se"Sing Sing. No goodeo. Getto changed good as tho firdt. It very rarely results My store was bnrned Friday night, Feb. meanor. Tho captain thinks tho mulo 33. 94. thus. It is usnally not lack of feed, but brought about tho samo result cure tho money in tho express car. Your to Wulbee Twice." could have for I think robbed ol part of Its contents, lack of digestive power, that makes tho and arrest and conviction of guilty parties and will Object will bo to protect It." I with ono hind foof and Is prone to criti"To 'Warblo Twice?' " the lAMMUNUS, "Yes, sir." "Yep. All Bomo Sing Sing." Texas poorer animals in a flock out of condi- par $100. cise him for wasting A much energy. Hubble, Ky i'ii "You will bo provided with weapons. Slftings. tion. St. Louis A tour among the architects last week 11 Generou Offer. 'Young innn," said tho superintendent of tho express company as ho sized up tho applicant, "tho sltuntlon you nsplro to fill demands courage, vigilance nnd heroism." "Yes, sir." "Your train may bo stopped any night by robbers." children fonched." want four rooster's wlfo's afore they ore batched Chicago Post breed will always bo noticed tho samo color of tho face nnd legs that of inky blackness. Never will a gray, a brown or a speckled faco bo seen. So far as known, tho first importation of this breed was mndo in 1888. Other importations havo followed, and the importers of them havo not been disappointed in what thoy first saw in this breed for America. Tho ono thing that seems strange is that it did not find its way to this country sooner. They nro quito plentiful in tho eastern part of England and nro beautiful nuimals, with large, rangy bodies, and very quick to mature, Ono of tho distinguishing features of tho Suffolk sheep is tho head, upon which there is rarely any wool. Long, graceful, clean and coal black, with long, black cars, it imparts a strong individuality to tho sheep. I havo Suffolk and Cotswold sheep on tho samo farm, and visitors ndmiro tho Suffolka most They ore great milkers and very hardy. Tho venisonliko flavor of tho mutton recommends it to connoisseurs, and tho nbsenco of excessive fat insures a growing prefereiico on tho part of consumers. TRAINS WEST. ArrElliabetb Arr Centreviile... Arr Newtown ArrC.S. Depot Arr OeorKCtown Arr Johnson. Lve Paris C No. a. No. am. O p lu. 6 4. No. 8. a. m, N0.1t 4 p. m. 4" 35 9 ao -9 -- 903 IJ 60s 619 if Tho COURIER-JOURNA- L CO. U Courier-Journ- al 710 ArrNummlt 7 3 Wlllbesent cne year to any addrett for SS 7C. 735 1130 Arr Krankfirt .A W. P. VA LTON. Address, A connects with I.. A N. 83 H cocnects with O. .V C. and L. S. Stinford, Ky C connects with K. C. SUNDAY TRAINS. : Leave Franklort 9001.n1; Georgf town 10 00 a. m, I.ve Georgetown 10 37; arrive r'rankloit 11 30 p. m. AT OTTENHEIM. Tho Kentucky Midltnd Ralwayand connec tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all Iifginnlnu on the lat Monday In March, points N)ulh, East, North and West. 1B94, and on each first Monday thereafter, a Mock Kor further information apply to their agents. C. D. iiEKCAW, Gen Pats. Agent Market will be held at Ottenheim for the sale GEO. B. HARPER, Oen. Supt of lionet. Cattle, Sheep aid Iloei. 1'eisont having ttock to tell or thoie wlthlng to buy are Invited to attend. There will be no charge to anybody. WM.LANIIGRAKK. Ultcnheim, Ky, ArrUuvall it ArrStamp'g Oround 1100 11 10 Air Swiuer.. ArrElkhom .1117 10 37 11 47 940 6 7 641 300 J 3 3 3' LOClsVlLLK, KY. The 643 617 r 7 13 6ji 747 800 830 a 30 905 9 '3 913 Semi Weekly Interior Journal, And The Weekly 3T0CS 0? & aSL Fruit Trees For Sale ! At.our Fruit Farms and Nurseries one mile Wett of KinKsvllle, Lincoln county. Wa have ua fine a stock of Fruit Trees At any man ever handled, ready lor transplanting nto orchard and garden this Kail OrcnarCa of Apples and Peaches will be assorted to suit customers at J10 per hundred. The trees aie nice, tho vaneVes the btit. Everything needed to mado hone attractive and tne children happy will bo found here. For circulars address J. A. McKHE & CO., Kiogsvitle, Ky. 64 I imKKBBBL H. E, Bronaugh, llreeder and shipper of pig-ta- ll $100 HIWARD Thoroughbred Duroo Red Jersey Hogs. Piss from registered ttock for tale, from the best herds in Ohio and Illinois. Call and eiamine my herd or address R. II. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard. Post-Dispatc- h. lfLgjgWBjjAa ..Si A- & - ass , .1 .. t.,UtaJaaaJ -- ti- .. aWTf lL.4. ItWif IWt, t.., - .VuJtt " J If -- V- in J ; & m 4 I tlon of the world." Mrs. Stone lived day as ahe died ready and ripe for A. II. Penny's la the place to buy jewthe judgment, and is now asleep in JeWk want your trnde. We can surely sus, having elry. entered into tho i est that reMay IS, 1694 BTANrORD, Ky., plensoyou. Danks, tho jeweler. Khepii line of Zeigler shoes at S. II. mains for tho people of God. 4 A Fiuend. Is all the rage. Shanks'. Tiiiiek kinds of sweet potato plants at E. C. Walton, Business Manager Always something new. Danks, tho 23 centa per 100. 0. J. Newland. CHURCH AFFAIRS. jeweler. Cakhiaob paints, harness oil, machine The General Assembly of tho Soutl MEANS BUSINESS. ern Presbyterian church convened nt WiiKNyou want a watch go to Danks, oil, nil kinds at W. B. McBoberts'. Buy your school books and school sup- the low priced jeweler. Nashville yesterday. Stock In First National Bank, ol Stan plies oi nil kimls at A. H. Penny's. They arc new ideas and a revolution of fashions in Jewelry. Rock Tho General Assembly of the Ski: the new jewelry and watches at ford, for sale. Apply at this olllce. Watch Kfl, clocks and jewelry repaired church, North, is in session at Bottom prices prevail at " ami warranted. Engraving a specialty, Penny's. He can't bo undersold. Judok Vaiinon decided that the town Saratoga. The convention is at A. It, Penny's. had forfeited ita right to vote separately four to one. Tiik largest stock of Drm:, Medicines, Hki'kiokratour, ico boxes and tho best Perfumery, PainlM and Wall Paper at icu cream freezers on the market. Bev. C. 12. Powell, the able young on tho local option question, by voting A. It. Penny's. Peecriptioni a specialin conjunction with the precinct, and de- ppstor of tho Columbia Avenue Chrie-tiaA Hocker. ty. church, is at home alter several clined to issue nn order for an election. Tiikrk is no stove tlint gives tho satis-fac- t A mandamus to compel him to make the weeks absence in Bussellvillo nnd other PERSONAL POINTS. "Tho Now Vapor Process" does. W. order will bo asked for from the circuit places. Glasgow Times. Mil T. J. IIxTciikii is wry sick. II. Wearen k Co. court. When Talmage saw his fine new Mn. J. P. Jo.saa is in Cincinnati thin "It is the n attachment for $770, gotten out by tabernacle in Uatnus, he said: A 11k sure to ecu me at Stanford before weeK, National Batik at l.incnster agaliibt Lord." The clerical gymnast was evi Hon. W. If. Mim.kr hits returned from you sell your wool, or Jew! Kout at Mo the dently mistaken. It was the devil. He Kinney, or Win. Hout at Moreland, or Mrs. Harrin Hamilton, was served by Frankfort. Deputy S. W. Menefee on Col. W. G. is the individual who doals In lire. .it Huston ville. Win. Moreland. Ki. F. Ovvkns went to Cincinnati on The Methodist General Conference Welch, Adam Ponco nnd Isaac HamilWednesday. providing tlint resolutions Somi: 15 or more of our bicyclists will ton yesterday. Mrs. Hamilton went her adopted Mil. Matt Wooiwon, of Middlesboro, taku a run to Liberty Sunday and return son, J. W. Harris' socurtiy for that preachers and members shall abstain was hern yesterday. via Hustonvillu and Danville. A better amount In hank, hence the proceedings. from the use of intoxicating liquors, John Hoi'unk, of Rockcastle, has been way to spend tho Sabbath would bo to from renting property to ealoon keepers tho guest of relatives here. An advertiser, who signs himself or from signing petitions for license, stay at home and go to church. .Mu. and Mns. J. A. Munn and chil"Manufacturer," Stanford. Ky., has a no eithor act to bo regarded ns immoral. dren went to ltonnleville, Tuesday. Lawiiknc aiifiMi has adopted an tlco in tho Cincinnati Knquirer which Mr. Yonan, a young Persian who Come and see our splendid line of Percale Shirts. We have them Dk. J. T. Moitius, of the Mnywood to tine any person who shall beg reads: Wanted, a man with f!00 cash to has been converted to the christian without collars, with collars attached and with separate collars section is vecy low with pneumonia. or solicit alms, except from tho olllcor take charge cf olllco of manufactory em- religion and desires to educate himtelf JtiHtK U. W. McOlche, of Mt. Ver- whoso duty it is to distribute public ploying -r hands, money secured, ref- for the ministry among his peop'c, will non, wag hero for a short while Tuesday. charity, not exceeding jl.". A similar erence required, state lowest salary. preach at the Preebyteriau church at 11, What docs It mean? If wo havo such a a. n. Sunday, on miesions and at night Mn Jamkh Waddlk, of Somerset, has law ought to bu unforced here. manufactory hero wo would like to ete will lecture on Persian'l'eligions. been visiting his uncle, Mr. John M. Ir has been excessively warm for sev- it. The Southern Baptist Convention Hail. ers! days and tho fellow who naku, "Is it a thunder storm Tuesday recommends that an etl'ort be made to Many Hradlby, of Hiistonville, hot enough for you'"' iHbecotuiiignlarm-inglDchino Mns. We keep the Scrivcns Patent Seam Drawers the best made. If you mornimr u tree close to W. II. Traylut's reach every member of the church ai d U tho guett of her Meter, Mrs. Nannie promiscuous. Tho weather want solid comfort and the best wearing goods ever made you should distillery was struck by lightning tearing induce them to givo something for Owens. yesterday read: "Local thunder missions. Tho body adjourned try these. Ukoik.k IIl'kto.v, of Pittsburg, is spend storms, followed by fair, cooler Friday." it to p" cm. A ball of firo left tho tree n mul entered the distillery setting tiro to Tuesday and will likely accept nn inviIng a few days with hla father, Mr. By buying from us 10 worth of goods n small amount of whisky which was in tation to meet at Augusta, Cm., next Burton. T. Kobe and A. M. Frye, for cash only and paying !J.7B for n one of tho tanks and which after hard year. Mkiamiis J. before much of lltistunvitle, weru hero yesterday on a handsome frame, you can get tho hand- work was extinguished The Indiana soldier, who stole chopping tour. somest picture of yourself ever made. damage was done. Had tho tank been Stonewall Jackson's Bible when hia res Misk Cook, of Hiistonville, attended Call for ticknta and leave photograph. full, which U frequently the case, the idence was burned, has just done the And more elastic than balbriggan. Also a splendid line of the gauzo the Plinrmaceutical Association meeting See work in our window. Hughes A distillery would more than likely li'ive pruper tiling vy returning n iu mo n and balbriggin goods. Good stock white of the great general, who lives at been destroved. Messrs. B. B. Gontry, at Paris this week. Tate. Mirj Viiioik Whitk left Tuesday for J. M. Carter and the proprietor were nil Charlotte, N. 0. On the fly loaf nro the Half-Hos- e, A. Oah:i is going to give a big picnic in slight stunned. Edlnburg, III , where she will visit htr word: "Presented by your alfectionnte "Yellow How; Woods" on the Huston-vill- o sister, Julia." suiter, several months. &c. All Hats at Cost and less than cost. pike, May 2fl. A big dinner will be MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Bev. CranfP, of Texa?, said in the Mn. and Miw. H. 0. FAHKtn am spendspread; there will be speaking and at e ing ft few dnya at Crab Orchard Springs W. 0. .McKinney and Miss Lillio Southern Baptist convention that night there will he a big entertain inent would not vote for a Catholic for any for the benefit of the former's health. at Mcnefeo'H Hall and tho colored Odd Taylor will bo married at the McKinney olllce under any consideration, nnd Mu. 11. M. Jones, of the Lexington that Baptist church, on the 2,"d. Fellows' Hall. he had no respect or confidence in a man stocn Farm, was here yesterday in tl o James Bunch, a widower and only interest of that splendid horse paper. Wkslky Maiitin, for riding Frank 21 years of age, was married Tuesday to who would vote for or aid one to olllce. This was a fling at Gov. Northen, vici Mns. W. M. Bnmiiit and Mies Mary Spoonamore's horseaway from church at Miss Sarah Carrier, juats.veet 10. n Ilowland and causing that gentleman to McKmney, Accompauletl by Win. Reuben Jenny, of Memphis, Ind , a president of the convention, who recentBright, Jr., went to Louisville yet-- t have to walk home, wsh lined ?10 in fivo times widower, married Mrs. Mosier, ly appointed Pat Walsh, a Catholic, to Judge Varnon's court Wednesday. Wal- n lour times widow, Monday. He is 7G, bo V. S. Senator. inlay. During Christmas the ladies of the A. Bowkii, train dispatcher ter O'Dear, also charged with tho s.imo she 00. Mn. John Methodist church asked Mrs. J. II. at Paris, passed through yesterday to see oflense, was scquitted. Lillian Itussoll, tho pretty actress . liSig. Perugini, lees than Tucker for a donation to go toward his Uncaster girl, after having spent a Mns, Sahaii Millinb, of tho South who married quidating the debt of the Methodist few days with his Junction City girl. months ngo has left him for good Fork section, was placed in jail Wednes- four church caused by building the parson H. Shanks gave a delightful tea day. She was found guilty of selling and all, she says. Will If you want An Ohio man got a divorce becauEe age. Mio agreed to help them and imTuesday evening to tho following of his whisky at the Inst term of circuit court mediately went to work on a quilt. relatives: Mrs. Lou Shanks, Mrs. Annie and lined i'X't. She failed to pay tho flno his wife pulled him out of bed by the and Mr. and and a Massachusetts man be- When it was completed she got n suffi whiskers Bailey, Miss Annie Shanks, and being unable to give a replevin bond cause his spouse kept him awake by cient number of her friends to write Mrs. WIH Severance. up. she was ordered to be locked their names in the littlo squares, at 10 quarreling all night. Mis Pkaiil White telis us that the wn will mv vnn tho hpsr vnlnrs Bev. Bideuour, pastor of the Chris- cents a name, . to maKe the snug sum ot . F:i.flr re.idv.m;ule nr tnilnr-mad. ..w young people are- preparing to givo nn v w ..v , . ... .. l..-. i..a..,i. ; j- in A". .u In snaaer to tho juery, "how is busitian church of Ironton, 0., eloped with allegorical performance at Mt. Xenin t,,e Oncy, and GVCr Sld ness" a clothing drummer who has been Mrs. Truby, tho organist of the same .mmmt n.l nnr'nrlaP.l the BiSter. She soon, ol tho date of which tho public on the road for years, aniwered: Dull, church nnd would havo married had not aiso pieasanuy surpriseu me paeior, uev. will bo fully apprised. awfully dull. I don't open my samples L-KT Both nre mar- W. E. Arnold by dving him the quilt. Mns. It. 11. Mahonky and daughter, often enough to keep the moths out of detectlveB interferred. IIB-I- C J A very present help in time of trouble is K ried. Jr Marie, of Carthage, Tenn., nrrived Wed- them and it is really necessary for me to Invitations havo been issued by Mr. Mrs. locker nesday night to visit her parents, Mr. keep a good supply of camphor In my i and Mrs. Jus. A. Slaughter to the marIs made almost exclusively lor us, and when we tell you a shoe is and Mrs. A. K. IVsnuy. Mr. Penny went trunks to keep my samples from being riage of their daughter, Miss Lula .Deu- .VKW ADVERTISEMENT ti Mammoth Cave on tho way to meet destroyed. good we mean it. Our lines of ladies', gents' and children's Shoes are inan Slaughter, to .Mr. Dougherty White her. in splendid shape and we will not be beat in price or quality. We May 20th, "Hkiik's your Lexington Leader, all Million, on Tuesday evening, Col. W. 0. Diiadlky, tho Garrard G. D. SMIIJEY nt the Broadway Baptist church. Advo call especial attention of the ladies to our lines of WASH DRESS county statesman, took the train hero about the tragedy at Nicholasvlllo'' Bung cate. I a candidate lor Jmtice ol the Peace in the precinct, for Ixiiiisvillo yesterday. Many nrti call- out the newsboys as a 0. S. train passed W. It. Bice, of Garrard, familiarly democratic party subject to the auion ol the GOODS, in Domestic and Foreign Ginghams, Sattcens in Foreign Wednesday ed, but ho will bo tho man chosen when tho capital of tho Myrs, the and Domestic, Javanes Cloths, Scotch and American Lawns, Organknown ns "Dolph," and Miss the republican nomination is made for night. Investigation showed that the beautiful daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. s dies, Dimities in plain, white and printed goods. In Laces and Trimheadline was "Strategy" and that it re- Owsley were to drive to Danville yester- Hig-gmgovernor. In Hosiery, Kid mings and Trimming Silks we are headquarters. ferred to tho arrest of Charles Taylor, day evoning and marry. The Intkiuoh Dealers In CITY AND VIOINITY. another of the supposed express robbers, JotniNAL extends its heartiest congratuGJovcs, Silk Mits and Corsets you will find a splendid stock. Rememat Nicholasvlllo. lations. ber ve carry' the celebrated J. B. and P. D. Corsets. Danks, the people's jeweler. 9 Miss Julia Morris at New York and Gentlemen will find one of the best stocks of Gents' Furnishings Thiiiteen sacks of tho Reports of the Go to Wilkinson for a stylish hair F. F. Gearity, at 121 Pa?o, Texas, were Kv. ComtniMioner of Agriculture, sent by ever offered. Don't buy until you come and see. cut. married by telegraph tho other day. The Gov. McCrenry to his Lincoln county groom was on hia dying bed and Miss SlIKKI' shears at W. II. Wearen A. constituents, wore received nnd distrihn. BTJCG"ST of her ted to tho various post ollices yesterday Morris wished to bear the name Co 'a. though she could do so All kinds of Carriage and ilugcy Tops, Dashes b y Postmaster Bout. Tho poor little betrothed even Yo will find tho best stock and lowest and Kcudcri only as a widow. deputy looked like she had been through prices av A. It. Penny's. REPAIRED AND RECOVERED a gin mill, after helping him through DEATH'S DOINGS. never so numerous with tho heavy job. Potato bugs wore In style and at Satisfactory Prices. 9 Mrs. D. W. Newlnml died Wednei- JOHN B. DeNARDI, nor rftvunoui, nay tho pardonere. Wk wish the proper authority would day Carriage 1'ainter and Trimmer, niht nt her honuwon Cedar Creek Stanford, Ky. Money. $800 to loan at 0 per cent. order the town clock hands to bo inado after n protracted illness. She was 27 Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of si home. it strikes you can't Secured by first inortgago. Apply ntthis to read alike. Until years old nud had been a devout member My stock is sure to please you in nlwnys sometimes toll what timo It is. olllce. of the Christian church since her early For instance when it ia 1 o'clock, ono childhood. Besides her husband she Skventkkn years in the bnrbcr buei-ne- baud may point to that figure, another Mill ouglit to mako me 0. K. Try mo will show 12: j3, n third 15 to 2 nnd tho leaves two little childreu who will keenly feel n mother's loss. Elder and see. I'M Wilkinson. And 73 Acros of Land. fourth to 1.03, or something like that i. J. G. Livingston preached tho funeris much better to have it right, besides A full stock of Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastine, Var- Lieu: Faiimkk has bought an interest It al at o'clock yesterday afternoon, tho people pay foe it. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. in John Cook's barber shop, nnd tho after which tho remains woro interred in Fanners llauk and Trust Company of Stanford, nishes, &c. M. Dudderar James A. linn now ia Farmer k Cook. Ky , l'ltf .against Mr. leaac Hamilton the family burying ground. f r Dudderar and Ann Dudderar, Dtlts, D03KT3S TTOXTR Gonk Home. Kro the dawning of compromised with hia wife, who was has Notice ol Sale. yon kill a squirrel before the 15th of If y virtue of a judgment and order ol sale hereiu Mrs. Harris, and who sued him for di- another day tho immortal bouI of Mrs. Before Spring Cleaning. uio and get before tho court for It you vorce and alimony, by paying her 82,000 .Mary Stono had winged its Hi slit into at the October term, 1893. of this court, the undersigned Commissioner will helrie the nor more " HI" he lined not less than and her lawyer's fee. It will ho remem- tho briuht beyond to tho God who gave. door in the town of Stanford, on than $23. bered that they were married rathersud Mrs. Stono was born March 11', 180; ' 1894, IT' 5; years, two 1 Found, a beautiful Newfoundland pup denly and that they parted almost as died May 1, 1S91, and was two days old. She was the hknuY.wtV.' py about 3 montha old. Owner can suddenly, flho claiming that in n short months and .'hrwafersV ad. nnd for keep. timo his manner was such ns to show n daughter of Cornelius and Polly Traj lor; have by paying this settled aversion to her. It did not, ns WlfO Of Will. Thomas Stone. Has four Kiver, containing 73 Acros and bounded asfoN Lasley, Stanford. John lor South ''hhylhtMat.ds0fjoh,,T-fl, v t iuit her petition avers, take tho unmanly ..l.il.l vwa W Willln,,, II,.,,,,-.,- .. .1 n.i Kfit h j trie lanes of Henry Trajflor and West i.V M. Dioonaiiioro, mil for a more hustling course which resorts to blows, but the wiuuviii Was member of ltush bv the lands of Cornelius. J. II, Hilton, tho heretofore u particular description 01 mc innua j Bowland merchant, is now a citizen nnd more refined method of acting in a Branch uhristian church .for Z years. bounds, the judgment ol sale herein Is reterreU to. .Mill . ,,iul a This tract of as includes the valuable merchant of Livingston. It can bo truly completo and utter iiidiilorenco to her, Mrs. Stono was it loving and ob tUieiJt prcpty known landDudderar's Mill, the dwelling Livingston's gain is Kowlaud'a maintaining n silenon that was worse daughter, devoted sister, a true, faithful house and other Improvements, lie otner tnrsc said that tracts mentioned tn the judgment and directed to loss. than cruel words. Since tho suit was wife, w helpmeot indeed; a fond, untir- be sold will not be sold, lor the reason that they hove heretofore been uisposed of and plaintiff has brought Mr. Hamilton has made several ing and loving mother; a Scriptural the benefit thereof. Tun game of ball between our boys ellbrta to settle the jinattor with money neighbor; a friend to all humanity. She received holo. or so miuh ? will bo necessary, cf The d team has been Tract will be sold as will satisfy the the SUMMER and tho Lancaster finally succeeded. Ho preferred to tried to have the humility of the Savior; Uebtofplaiutlfflor $ 35302, with 6 per tent, inMonday afternoon, some of and and h fthr till terest liom July 3. t9' untl get havo the thing oil hia mind nnd pay tho poor in spirit, pure in heart, an exem- sum of f 1,07174, with o per cent. inUrest from Ju. tho Lancaster boys not being able to amount and havo dono with it, instead plary woman in all tho successes and tri- ly 3, 1891, until paid, and its costs herein expended, subject to a credit ol 54.4j8.31, pawl January afternoon. oil" of tho monthly payments that tho court als ol life. Her name no doubt w writ- U 1801, ptocecus of lloilriaw's notfH. The sum to and all costs to of Life," nnd be riLed to cover plaintiff's debt dayofsale.y-.ioi.aSTub horse ridden by littlo Caawell might order. Mr. Hamilton ia quite ten in the "Lamb'H Book ATA credit of six months. Uond Terms of Sale: Saufley, and which heretofore has been well off nnd wont.misa thenmount much. in the Great Day it will be said then, with npprocd personal security with six per cent, force considered na gentlo as a lamb, ran away It is understood;thut a decreo of divorce ns now, "Well done, thou good and interest a from day ol sale, having the Cora'r.and Lien of judgmentand payabletothe K. C. WAHKKN. Tuesday evening, throwing will be nsked for at the approaching faithful servant, enter yo into tho king- .., !.,! with him Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. court. up. dom prepared for you from the founda- him otTand badly bruising him Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Go to Wilkinson for n clean ahave. Smokr Dix cigara. erta. W. B. McKob- - ev-et- y STERLING SILVER SEE! i LMOft : (GUIMMLM Prts-byteri- an anti-Brigg- s, Mc-Kinn- ey n. . DANKS', The : Jeweler. m A TALK TO MEN ONLY. ordi-nun- co AT 98 CENTS Shirts, Ties, y dls-jHil- ch foi-ei- Wil-ltni- THEY ARE COOLER, Collars, Cuffs, m-o.- v 1 SEVERANCE & SON. Mor-rieo- Remember : Us. -- - Clotxiing -, -. p. v -- -- i fr illJII? f W J l fl j CTl I J i blue-gras- & "Watts, All Kinds of Coal, Stanford, TOPS. HUGHES & TATE.. : First-clas- s m WALL io-- m PAPER Commissioner's Sale cs Valuable Property, DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. REFiS.mxaTG 1 CoMi-noMisK- r HiUrS 11 court-hou- se I ( KT "coVe'i;' to! -- holiday, June Iltll, a A. E,. PENITT", Druggist. """ it TRUNKS, ' ! 1 " -- . 11 I ni .VALISES, STRAW HATS -- post-pone- Neckwear & Underwear H. . ef-le- 1 J. McROBERTS. -- ig , j U- r TJft lii 1,1. , .nil' in, iiMiiBHIWil to strata most forcibly the advantage Dr. S. F. Scott, of lllue Hidgp, Harrison county. We are authoiiied to announce DR. W. B. PENNY Mo., says: " For Chamberlains that persons who abstain totally from L'ouKh Remedy is whooping cough, using Hy excellent." it irely Hon. The Appetlto for Alcolnil Horn In the nil intoxicants have over moderate the (lUf.ne is deprived cf all dancrous Dentist. There Is no danger in itivinc the Iterac- - A candidate for Representative In Congtrts, sub. lllooit. drinkers in increased length tf lifi. uv to babies, as ir contains nothing Injurious. jc Jert to the action ol the Democratic party of the TI10 company wiib founded on a coOffice South Sida Main St., In offiee recently Recently some very extraordinary ?ubllshod Every Tuoaday and Friday and so cent bcltles lor sale br l)r S. U, Hocket, Eighth Congressional Iiistnctol Kentucky. vacated Vy Dr. I.ee F Huffman, Slaaford. Ky. AT statements have beciifjointr the rounds operative basts In 1810, to give total Druggist, Stanfcd iff t Ei21i YKAB IN" ADVAXCK abstainers the benefits of life Insurof the press conccrninir the hereditary ...SALE OF. ll I'crsons who were ad- rejoice with D sympatmaeof with the of inebrietj. As a rule mere assertions ance. In 1S47 K Carr Hacliine. Mavis Vertical Feed fitfrWhen not aopaid S3.60 will be charRed.mi Harmon ntreet,y mitted, but kept in a separate section. Kansas Cltv He i an old suricrcr from and denials of facts are unworthy of Crop, &c. notice, unless supported by some evi- The two sections, the "Temperance," trembled Rheuinati.m, but has tint Wrtnfore bron Land, K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. in this climate. I.Mt winter he went up dence that lias at least the appearance and the "General," are Independent of into Wisconsin and in consequence has hail anAre the best because 'hey run Uffhter and can d , I will a greater As of W. M. "it came upon me again very variely of work than any Other sewiuir Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. ra., rctutnlui of truth. Anyone can crlticUo and eaeli other, each appropriating, its own other eattack,' he said. ".My joints swelled acute sell atExecutorauction on thellUglns, deed on ere, and premises and public machine The deny the facts which have been ac- profits. became inrlaraed sore to touch and almost to look At the date of the last report there-wer- at l pon the urgent request of my mrtner-in- LOCAL TIME CARD. knowledged as true, not because they Ladles of Lincoln County I trlttl LhambtTlam rain Halm to reduce Thursday, Mny 31, 15,000 members in the temperance law.swelling and were asserted by 11113 one man, but as the caic the pain, and to my agreeaAre cordially Invited to call at the St Asaph Kail tram going North The Farm of.. ......1237 Pn the conclusion of a larye did hoth. used number of section, nnd 14,000 in the general sec- ble surprise beliefs it to behe rtneit three 50c Hotel and csamliie the machine, as stall at tain South ujpn: bottles and the lor tion. The number of expected deaths iheumatnm, pains and swellings extantiking For plesof its wark .... it 51 pm competent observers. Exprsst train " South McMUKKAY 1IROS . " 234 Acres of Land, as a re .. " " ' North 3 'J Stanteid, Ky The boldness and presumption of in the temperance section during 1SV2, sale by Dr. U Huckrr, Druggist, Maatard. Cocal Freight North. .. .9 36 ?. ra , the remainder Abent 75 Acre in cultivation now .losp m anyone who asserts that inebriety is based on the usual life insurance figSouth.... from Crab On bard. H grass, situated 4 mil in The Utter trains also carry passengers YOU ARK... tulles from Statilurd an.1 mile from Cellar t reek not inherited, sounds like the shouts of ures, were 327, with policies aggreA Housohold Treasure. The above it calculated on stau4ard time Solas a belated traveler who has lost his way gating i.,32,S4S. The actual number of station, 011 the L. A N railroad. Two story Iramo D W Fuller, ol Canajoharie N, V., sas that house, four ima it about so minutes faster. dining room and kitchen, rioms alto and is bewildered and confused, or one deaths, however, wns only 240, the poli- he always kecys Dr. King's New Uncover In the parches. .Vc, good cistern, smokehouse, an ice boust aiM,his family would Hot be witbOHt it, if hOHse.douile cbin in yard, large barn, two cum who declares there is no lipht in the cies aggregating JC51.4"!. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. U. A Dkemsn I am lust b4ckfrom the bouses cities with a larKo In tlie general section, which includes procurable. that Dr.'Kmc' Druggitt, Catskill, cribs, two buggy farm willand a lllackimlth Shop, wrtlselactedjtockofMILLI.VKUV, which I and S. Y avs New Discovery is Tools, Ac. 'Ihe world because lie can not see. beotlrred Intwe tracts fol- City undoubted!) thebest ougii remedy; that lie lias nnd as a whele. Land notes will boar interest sell ehrtsper than ever, ailss Laura JarUe, a will pa Going North train Junction suTo say there is no evidence that in- moderate drinkers, tho number of used it in his lamily for eight iis, and It has lowi: Vetibule starts 6 . m. Ves- perior tiiistmer Irom Cincinnati, has enisled with la ircm Jan. 1, ilas, sis. percent. tibulA Limited V35 p. m Local la p. in. Florida ebriety is inherited, and there is no deaths to be expected, according to the rcte failed to do all that is claimed for It. Wliv mouths: one thirst in is months and in me and can ruarrnlet satisfaction In etery a Ion; tried and tested, Trial Limited 3:13. a. m l'll aadsee my ifecWs. such a thing as hereditary appetite for tables, was .HsT, for 08,240, wltije the not trytreern,edyo Penny's Drag Store. Rfu- it months. Good school In )sj mile of house. K. bottle O. Vostibule 12 18 p. m. Florida South , a Akterner cows with cattes. actual number of deaths wns 422, with lar site joeat A. n 00. ;missliccik iieazlky, liquor, is to repeat Her. Mr. Jasper's auu Limited ij;i.ea m Local 1153 p. m. a cows and calve. Stanford, Ky. Vestibule arrives 8:40 p. m conclusions: "The sun he do move, claims of 181,240. 5 cows sithtMit calves Spoclmou Civaos. The comparison shows that there steer. j the earth he do stand still." Fortumale cow. S Clifford, New Cassel, Wis nately o live in an ape when state- were S" deaths fewer In tho temperance with HNeuralgia and Rheiintatitm; , was troubled S calves. Orchard, Lawn, Garden. his stomach j sews and pigs. ments of tltis kind aro judged, not by section than were anticipated, while in was disordered, his liter was affected to an alarm tho general section there were 3."i more tag degree, appetite fell awav and he was terribly ij shoatt. the author, but on the evidence which male hssg. aud ot than were expected. The mortality reduced in Beh cured strength. Three work horses. gssast tsnggy maretssat a tasty can is put forward to sustain them. him, Electric Hitters The heredity of Inebriety was ob- in the first wns only 73 per cent, of Edward Shepherd, llarrtsbxrr. lllin stand- ditto. by Hakl)'s saddle herte. T.Magmarc In running sere vtt his leg cf eight served by Greek philosophers and phy- the number of deaths due according to ing. Lsed three bottles af Electric ) cats' and 14 head of skier. ""'TaT Mulluhm.n w e sell direct t.i the Hitters bate no ""utS iambs. 0tWs,-uc-i sicians, nnd commented on in many tho tables, while in the second the scncii boxes of llnckleti's Araica Salve aad bss on application Household and kitchen Inraltitfe, firming mortality of 100 per cent. The fol- leg is sound and well' John Speaker, Catawba, H. F. HILLENMKVKIl. works of medicine and nhilosonhv. snch at .shovel and tnmiag pssrwa, hay O., had the large fever stos an hts leg; doctors t Lexinttoo, Ky, wags, Roman laws and civilization embodied lowing table gives tho results for 27 said lie was incurable. Ooe battle at Klectiic rake. mowiag macMne, ess.n rockaway, spring wagon, tic Hitters and one boc Itucklea's Arnica Salve emitter, wheat fan, straw earn shttltr, gear, this fact in the statutes of the time, years. cntter, plow drugs Temperance Section. General Section cured him entirely- Sold by A. R. etc. Also a bit ot bacssa, laid, Mnejar, cam hay, and from this period down, in nlmost Kxn'ctu Actual Kxtt'tcl Annul straw, etc. every ape nnd country, the heredity of clwlra. claims claims. cialmt. Asso a track afknab land ol ;o acres, well tint . a i' Oil til drunkenness was mentioned. The btred.asi Oltcnhetm pile near Con's tiap, io'd m 1.2tW ra Ml separate. 'm. medical testimony on this point, nnd ......... Ml l.tMJ m l.KS Tirorsabot,Pa.ottice. Always eu hand All sums under $10 cash. All overdue Jann-arAbsolutely 1.17P 1.670 HVl the laws and edicts concerning' it, 1, iSj, with interest from day af sale and 1.7K l.Mtf Iftfi..... 1.173 1.01. The Nobicst nnd Nicest Goods? secured by perianal secniv. would All a volume. 1)13 V.'nen 1 .by tnu jrttfk, w.t gnre Vrr Ctorr. 77J e!7 it) 11 W H HIOGIN-.In more recent times this fact has Wise orie-- t fer CruMrfct. b wa. a ChM, 3.PU3 5301 8.0.W 7.SS1 hM,jr,iir!mi,kJl ''" the lowest A cream of tarter baking pow- been studied from a statistical point, a ipetla ty. Call and Wlsen a..- - bcris Mr, aha citing to Cnstortv. The number of deaths in tlte tempersatniae before liujmc der. Highest of all in leavening and every observer, including lain- ance section in these 27 vears is thus Watm jhes u,id CMUrest, slin .vethom Mrs. Kale Dadderar. Manager Staulord, Ky Latest United States oreus 01 pnysicians 01 Hospitals, asy- seen to bo 1,601 lower than tho "exstrength. lums, and institutions for the insane COMMERCIAL "LOCK pectations of deaths" by tho actuaries' Government Food Report. and inebriates, have all, with one consent, recognized the heredity of drunk tables, which all life insurance comSOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., enness. The evidence of this can be panies use. while in tho general secAS ASSICNEE OF found in reports of asylums, volumes tion they were but 109 fewer. Out of liaiiiimSiiAkkj 100 Wall Street. Now York. CRAB ORGHARD on Insanity, inebriety, and brochures tho total number of expected deaths only 70.0 per cent, died in tho temper-nnc- e on heredity. THE RILEY HOUSE Wliile there are wide differences of sectlou nnd 07.0 in the general I elfer for sale rritattty fcla iUWLl R !N- opinion as to the extent and nature of section. That Is the temperance secF. B. RILEY.lProprlotor, Vc; Kit' WHOLE STOCK of 0R0CSRIES, tion lias tho advantnge by 27 per cent. - - Kentucky. heredity, the fact itself is not doubted (London, It is gratifying to know thnt these Ac ,e ress.n.'.. nrreand terms. by any who have- given the subject ThatOs.k has teefi cleared of all damacd : I have moved to my new Hotel and am better careful attention. It is not possible to figures do not stand alone. Their suboJs. prepared than ever to accomrnodato the public understand how the degenerations stantial correctness is verified by the Good Liivery attached and every convenience Is in First Class Condition and defects of one person nre trans- experience of American life insurance Give me a call. companies. The ..Etna Life, of HartFRANK RILKY. 77 ft,- !lrJ,,kn "" "' ,h, wo, mitted to the descendants, simply beCr$'i jvc ard.. l . "agency ot ctai uau.r. -- ill Do- tiausfsrreC opurciM.esr the stockr and s stands incause the problem is so vast, and in- ford, long ago refused to insure the of a sour A. S. PRICE, To the Public -- n.cils discosery by Daniel of conidcrabl rtsertuc volves a knowledge of biology that is lives of persons who hnbltually use Itooue nearly a century or more agu the kieltlv J IJ PAXTON intoxicants, nnd considers it Asilgcee ot Crab Urcliard springs has been the Mecca of not yet attained. No one can say SURGEON DENTIST quite ns undesirable risks as those health and pwasurc stekers t ith its healing when nnd how the disease of inebriety o sstr. waters, otoolc atmosphere and Offlcoover McRoberts Druij Storo in the nev and the drink craving is carried who use distilled spirits; and the same roumlings, it at once affords to the enervated and Owsley Buildlnc. Stanford on to the next generation; or thing is true of many of the other lead- del ilitated a Hone and a "aBitartum. The with when it will appear, or how it may ing companies of both the United States Painterslclnity abounds IVci, scenes to charm the and inspire tne sylvan walks (arm and Great liritaln. Laser, embowered Ilrises for the weary. Itoslieg, slumber along for one or twe genera 1" W. VITAL FD tYIANKQOD. Tobacco, Cigars. GREEN. Piapnetor. IMIIard and Dancing Halls for the light hearted, Candies, Nuts. These are facts which cati not bo too tions, then break out from the slightand Hunting lor the sportsmen. Especial attenstrongly impressed upon tho minds of tion is given to the cuisine. est exciting causes. Hut the facts of Stanford, : : : Kontucky. Terms moderate such cases are within the observation the rising generation. Once let it boa further information, From SS to $15 per week. For Hcadquaitcrs lor almost anything anplv to fact thnt indulgence '9 of everyone. Gl's HOKMA.NN, 1'ror I am MUI runnme this Hotel and Crab Orchard, Ky Take the common, everyday statis- in liquors, even in moderation, tends to cemtinue iftja piisl you want a'first-clas- vrU as well astetho bestmy cvests thoarWli alien Dn-you want. When C. WEST'S NERVE AND BRAIN TREAT tian shorten life, and every sensible man the essiket 3ILXT,a specific tor IIyterin, Dizziness. Fits. Neu tics of the percentage of inebriates, will shun Intoxicants as he shuns any Ladies, Your Attention, Please. ralK'a, Headache, Jtervnus I'rotratIon caused bi and . the fact appears that from thirtv a a nia Special Attention to tho Travel- t...i t n rvinm nrrnnnnin ,n CVtr one hundred eases other poison. A mere legal enactment meal for 25c, call on htm. SofterJn otllrcalM ln;B3tT.mllST.deS 5 ing Public. will not make men but tieatn, Premature Old Age, Barretinr", Loa or, liave Inebriatu l)j trents or grandpar- My Stock of Millinery When you want a firsttlatt turnout come, to my CIIIS. lllt'SO niftl res are the highest and when they are convinced that drinking Female Weaknesses. Intnlunmrv T.n.a. Kiurm.. corrcoea caused by of brain. Helf lowest of different observers in this means slow suicide, with the possible Is bci E rapidlv opened and it embraces every eduo, A month's treatment, 11 have engaged Mist thing pretty and stslish. C I or 3, by matl. With each order for 6 boxes , witt country and Europe. LIVERY STAULE. There is no fact loss of lieal th, wealth, good name, Julia Stat, of Cincinnati, to trim forme. Sale is a . . .. .alii .....I .! .....a . w.ucvuu tin ncu Kuumuiee . rerunu .ir.. nos cured in drunkenness upon which there is friends nnd all else that makes ex10 lady of much eipenence and taste ami Is sute to Prices to suit the hard tirnts Cal.er leateo.dcr tJuirnnUw. Issued by nirent. WEST'S LIVER PILLS An evamtnatmo eovls s urea Sick Headache, Uilloune, Liver at the Myers House Oaie such a universal agreement. Many istence dear, that makes life worth liv- git e satisfaction. MRS. I'OKIK 1 ofCOURT. Stanford, Ky. to Soar Stomach, Dvnpepsla and persons have divergent theories and ing, and certainly every man who Is Usned only by methods of explanation, Some persons worthy to live will abstain entirely from of A. R.PENNY. Stanford, Ky. think it a very largo factor in tho more every form can stimulation. The JAMES YEAGER. FIRST NATIONAL BANK THOMAS YEAOER. men wlto lie convinced 01 causations, nnd others doubt this. these evils the stronger will bo the OF STANFORD. KY. Allien in tne same way many persons YEAGER & YEAGER, ,1K YOU ARE GOING., believe that alcohol is the sole nnd on- effort to abolish the traffic, shut up tho Capital Stock- - $200,000 -, ly cause of drunkenness, while In real- saloons and pulverize the rum power. i';",and stasls, I am now ready to dellser manufactuied Ice Surplus-...ity the use of alcohol is, in many cases, Toledo lilade. THE 21,300 only a sympton. and tho "signal Hag Irom the Stanford Factory ta custemrrsreeularlv TEMPERANCE TIDINGS. Attention of the public is invited to tht lac Special Hates ta Commercial Men every mernlng at the rate ef FIFTY CKN1S of distress" pointing to a condition of PER IIUNDKF.Il POUND LOlft and oser, and that this is the ooly National Hank in Stanford degeneration going on in tlte brain Under the provisions of the National ilaak Act Havk you ever noticed how long It at 7C In smaller lts. STANFORD. depositors are secured not only by the capital centers. K. I1UEMKH, Star ford. 10 takes a moderate drinker to find out stock, butbv the stockholders' liability lor aa The great difficulty in want of agree that he has any bad habits? If you need ltvery give us a call Nothing but amount equal to the stock, so that depoiUois ol first class turnouts will leave our stable. Sec us this Institution are secured by a fund of IWooo. ment is that the subject is far beyond TitK city of New York last year paid lor rates. In our Five sworn statements of Ihocondilion of anj individual theory of its nature and four million dollar. for schools. Its D. S. are made each yearto the United Sutes ths bank Louisville Nashvilic R. R. rovera. HARNESS SHOP causes. Tho dogmatism which asserts tntntand its assets are esamtned at atated times "drink bill," by which wo infer Is obi stand ol J. II. Green, in "J K1" ciiiuicm acenls. thua .Afii.tfi9.,i.i. ,. At the "that prohibition increnses drunkenfind a good assortment of Iliitics, You is i ' ' , icv. .;j..r. ...r.. ".. ucposuors. vijIs the line for you, as us sddies,Av Hates 'ur repairing done by ness, and that spirits and drugs given meant the amount paid by its cltiens - - Kentucky. ut. instilution, moriginally established as th This for intoxicating liquors, was fifteen our man he understands his business. We have a Hustonvillo, Deposit llank of Stanford In Uji, then to children, as medicines or otherwise, mechanic in our tied as the National llank ol Stanford in rercaa Daily Mas Just received a beautiful line of Double close connections itofand cause more inebriety than the saloons," times as large, or sixty million dollars. Uam re organised as the Hirst National Ilaak Make at BLACKSMITH SHOP. and that some more empirical remedy One dollar was expended to cultivate Stanlord in iSts, hat had practically au uninter-ol rupted e.istcncoof LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI "is more effective in the eradication Cf the higher qualities of men; fifteen Will guarantee first class work and satisfactory Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. now wtih lacllitles for years It is better supplied to debilitnte unit transaciinK 1 it o jr hcrse shner. oriLt-For all points. r.ti .n ... l... ... rV nrul get his piTes sshkh ly and liberally than ever before business prompt the drink habit than a world of pro- wore spent develop A urau are ser than anyfrodys 11 sou want a ni.e set honorable career Accounts of in lis lone and them, and the lower ami baser mac gen'S lor ueer.iig in.nincs, inc THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. corporations, fiduhibitory effort," requires no answer. qualities. :hmeoneaith ( harness, a wl.lpcr a duster BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH ciaries, titms and lad.v.duali tespsctfully solic- It describes the author and his knowlFor any information enquire of Twenty million dollars was spent in Th Directory of this llank it composed ol edge of inebriety more clearly than JOES. IUCE. Aeent, Stanford, Ky strong drink in Australia last year, Or Forestvs Ketd, Lincoln county; can be done otherwise. W. A. McQUOWN, Trav Pass. Agent, S. T Harm, Lincoln; The question of heredity is open to giving employment to less than tun Junction Ctv. Ky G. A. Lackey, Llncaln; every render of this paper, and can bo thousand men all the year round in ' actual production. Had that vast sum J. W. Hayden, Stanford; decided from facts within the observaA. G. Laoham John U. Castleman. Stock of Goods Just Received. S.H. Ilattghmaa, Lincoln; of money been spent in other trades it j tion of nlmost everyone. Like every J. S. Ilockcr Staafarii; Most every design of Rocking Chairs one could wish for, such as Ratother fact in science it is open to cor- would have employed twenty-fivW. A. Tribal,. Stanford, tnousanu men n t tiiree pounds per tan, Boston, Veranda, Reception, Vienna, Cut Oak and Elm Dinner, rection and change. If anyone has M. I). Kltunre, Stanford; week for five years and twenty weeks; evidence that shows that there is "no T. P. Hill, Stanford. such thing ns a hereditary appetite for so, completely solving the problem of K. L. TatiHtr, McKlnney; the unemployed. liquor," it will be welcomed nnd exI,U,, Ml Vt,Don amined by an Tiik horrors and degradation pro- Bed Lounges, Couches and Beautiful line of Large Mirrors, Pictures, J.S. Hoekt,,Pre.idcnt:M,J army of John J, McKoterU, Cashier; students of tins subject. Its accept- duced by the drink traffic are not to bo Kasles, Sideboards, Mattresses and Springs. In fact you can find A, A. McKinney, Assistant ance or rejection will be decided above measured by any ordinary calculation Cashier. OF LIVERPOOL. levels of theory and personal opin- of its first cost, nor are its depredations most of the tho ions. to bo judged only by its effects on the the It is a SARBEE&CASTLEMAN scientific fact seen in all departments of business interestsareofmore community. injurious as and sociological studies, that Its awful results Farmers Bank&Trnst Co MANAGERS, those who are most learned nre the a narcotic on the moral sensibilities of Connected with the furniture line in my store. You will find that my tlte people; and when conscience is that once indifferent and sluggish demand for Furleast dogmnticand assertive. Commerce Building', Louisville sons state nil conclusions withSuch per- blunted, tho anchor of our civilization prices will revive see my stock. ofjstanford,:ky., reserre, niture. Call and Is now fully orgaoiicd and ready f,r business is gone. W. Jennings DemoresL with Agents throughout the South. and as tho best knowledge of tho present time. This is an unmistakable Tiik board of inunngers of the chilPaid up Capital of - $200,000. While dren's home of Montclitlr, X. .1., rev7. A. TEI3BLE, Local Agent, sign of probable correctness. . Surplus, . 1,000. emphatic, authoritative statements, cently Instructed their secretary to reSTANFORD. KY. particularly on matters where exhaus- turn a cheek for twenty-twdollars, SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIOVAI HANK OK STANFORD, tive and exact studies aro essential to the receipts of a saloon in that Nowclosioc up) with the saint assets and undti even master tho first principles of the place on Now Year's day, donated to the same management. subject, are open to grave suspicion of the homo by tit) saloon proprietor. It I y provisions of its chatter, depontors ully protected as aie depositors in National error nnd deception. was voted as the sense of the board ,h"ehold' In the meantime our readers need that "the association could not ac'C r.ld their stock'-liaole to the extent of the amount of indivlduall, not be disturbed with any extreme ar- cord that recognition to the business of amount invested In such shares. It 1) ticles going through the press on hered- saloon keeping which the acceptance executor, administrator, tru.iw-..V..11J ... Ir ' ' r ity or any other allied topics. Tho real of a part of a day's receiots would imsnindividual. To those who entrusted their buisinesi to us facts will bo determined nnd stated in ply." a vegetable compound, ....... ...... ,,, lc Lincoln rsational Uank ol a different way by very different men. entirely of roots and herbs A Chicaoo paper states that 2,0S. ?,., .1 ' we ne he'f ,,ndtrou' mnv thanks and if Fact that will not appeal to faith English sparrows were killed by seveWHAT DOES IT MEAN? from the forests of u"""u'! lo transact their busmosi .TiJ .1' oHe,inCa8uaranteefor prompt atten- alone, but have some evidence sus- nty-two Georgia, and has been used by millions bounty hunters In a certain thtt thsOntft an I Crelffnt Routs Is It mills sbsrtast ,am,,',our ,weny Tra' Experience It 4! of people with the best results. It tained by our common experience and town, the largest number captured bj bankinj an l.nmrtuu; wuilcs shortest rindi.t.n li libera , - ' I;ts aic ailDa t uclanati tu rw Orlrniis: ius uitasslM.ru. t lutetit with sound banking observation. Union Signal. any one person, being ono hundred AtUuu. tr Jaiksunvllls. I'lurlJa. UnsiuuU to tujttn-- a, asfw IHCTOHi: These were taken by nnd sixty-twCURES SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS J.J. Williams, Mt. Veruon; LIFE IS SHORTENED. a little girl, the hapless innocents havS. H. Shanks, Stanford; all Hie tc'snOnlyofline above points. Thrnnch Cars tn VleksVnrr aad Fhres by feeding ing nz&nuv; thrcs;'i car, I Intiasati t .rc. kniutill. tut All manner of Blood diseases, from tht: J. S. Owsley, Stanford; The Tull KfTecU of Drink Shown lie In- - on made themselves drunk AihrTlll.. S. C, IHrrct IIuu U I"s n.l JUsUo vU New Orlsans r refuse from the brewery of the pestiferous little boil on your nose to S J. Embry, Stanford; Ask mnu about tunrs t California. auriitiee Iloporta. I'r.in tft fthnrtport. I.srrnr.t,ur. dirrct conuccUun is nuJu ut I.uliri, hhelkyrllls nnl Lsunsua the worst cases of inherited blood J. II. Owsley, Stanford; We find in an English newspaper a child's father. Think of tlte curse on v i.Ulule 1 trains t all pvlata ttgutb. th taint, such as Scrofula, Rheumatism, W, C, KI.VCARSU.V. J. F.' Cash, Stanford; discussion of the report of tho "United the land when God's creatures can isnot Gca'l I'asi'r Aftat, Claiuuiati, O. Catarrh and it William Gooch, Stanlord; Kingdom Temperance nnd General feed with safetyl No wonder A. W. Carpenter, MllledifevilU, Ky that Godly men nnd women await with Providont Intlttttion," a life iusuranco QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. "Cumajtns, Pieachersrilia company. The figures given cover patient eagerness the day when . c . II..SIHUH, .u resiaeot, twenty-seveyears of the existence of "Jerusalem shall be safely inhabited," Dr.:j.lB. Ows!ej,Cashler, Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed that organization, nnd they demon- - "and there shall bo no more curse." free, Swirr SrECtric Co, Atlanta, Ca. Semi-Weekly InteriorJourp INEBRIETY INHERITED. const-quen- cis. jas. b. Mccreary Stock, allll-te- d liiilam-mator- bin; '"uH, J94 11 1 14 1 Kggpeotfvilly Invited. 1 ( nine-Gra- ss One-thi-rd 1 ane-lhlr- d - Illue-Ura- ss 1 ear-ai- d 1 ckXhl Bafciiicr- mwuer Pure 1 1 1 ft--al - - 1 1 1 two-ber- 1 - l'y, 1 1 1 1 1 le'V5-T- 0 1 uTi-T- i IS76-X) 1SM--- 8 1 Kf ft -- Ca-rr- i. R, H A. A. WARREN I IIXCTMIL SEs&soar'oir is 84 Fancy Groceries, -- Foreign and k- beer-drinker- s home-hk- mestic Fruits, Tho Myers House, a fully-recogniz- s t. 11 ar j- . I 'W non-drinker- s; over-exerti- 1 m R ZIMMER d. Cou-plal- Coustiuatloa-GUARANTEE- jptohth west, & :::: mira ICE, ICE. well-know- - CAS.PE1TTEII, 111 Dri-dlc- s, Trains I de-tr- oy s I " NEW and COMPLETE ROYAL e I nsurance Company Oak, Walnut and Cherry Bedroom Suites, ever-increasi- J tDOMFOM-T- F HOMIIJ! W. W. WITHERS. :- -' o one-lia- lf xsisssssssssfsssssssaJssssssssssssTsssssssssJsssssssssssssssT sssssWsssssssssssssssssi 17 sssssssssssssssssW ssssssssssssssssssssssW.sssssssssssssssssssssswsssssssssssssssssB If m Purf.ly 109 23 90 . . K , m-i- m I 'iMt!-sshrtf- st .... o. 1,1 mt r n J 1 W.M.rtUht.TeUer, - ajv ft 1'--.' - V' fK