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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895040501 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 1895 $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. 'V.'"'. I Semi Weekly Interio -- Journal IN VIEW OK- - rfv p VOL. XXIII MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. j STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1895. WlLUAMSBUnC, WHITLEY COUNTY. The I. NO. 41 i Man In the "Stale or Casey." II was not my intention to torture our will prolubly handle' -'- Doc' I)ry -- :. T. Fish cut his liRnil on n piius Arthur, the little aon cf Mr. It D. fine hurncs this year. renders with a letter on this trip, but our inu Hill, in quttu sick. while opening n window. J. IJ Cook vnu over from Lawrence- The Ashing has been line In the excellent correspondent, Mr. E Tarrant, Mrs. Mllly McOlme, who lms been bnr lust week mid npjiit several daya. Cumberland for tho past week, but this' was too busy filling orders for his splenIII for eomo time, is recovering. did history of the Frrst Kentucky Cavalcold upull will spoil it fjr a few di-Dr. H. J. llrown whs elected lieuten- wltli his fiinterH hero. -- Dr. Alcorn hub called by telegram to Mrs.J. N. IVertrMge returned Sit ry to send n communication this week, ant .State commander it the recent Grnndj Newport tp see J. it. Adams, who hns nrday morning from n visit and as a substitute for his good letters I Tent meeting in Lexington. widened and been miito ill for some time. to her father's, Dr. Olardy, nt Hopkins offer this feeble effort. North street has been Monday was tho first day of circuit Ilro. Haulier relumed to IVrryvillo ville. openod up from IUcbmond street to Col- 12lder.I. G Livingston, of Crab Or court and tho usual large crowd was in yer addition and connects with Taylor Monday, Hftor preaching one week. Tlinre wire tlirrn additions' and one in- - cuml, wld preicli hare tlia first Sunday nttendance. It was horse show day too Avenue. . .. . i i i. . Drown, who whh killed by another altriction which nlwnys ,aiitl-clTho J. 0. Undo Joe Hopper is con-- ui umuii muiuii in .i inn luiure, insieuo ui proves a drawing card in tbia land train nt London n few nighlB Hince, is (inning the uood work. the fourth. -- Kav. J. N. Prestridge Inptiz'd 22 In whero the equine is universally ndmir-eM. 12. Allen's wagon team ran oil not Jim Drown from tills county as nt . Mil, riil.ilWi.rla... I I..I d... I... n (.... Tho show was hardly up to the rat supposed. the other day, but fortunately no damage iu vuiiiuviinuu lih .JMII IUJ nildUWil were burned jiiBt North was done eivo knocking iIojvii the stepH They wero canverta of the meeting held standard, although there were n dozn or Two cabins more stallions on exhibition. Lincoln of town. One a week since, the other otilsidoof Mr. Steohi's store and break- nt tlm Baptist church recently. Wednesday night. Doth thought to ing the wagon tongue. I2!isna Boyd, who is indicted in th's county, strange to say, was not repre have been incendinry. The editor ol tho I. J spoke of hav- county foe cutting a man by the name sented by a einglo horse, but several James Darker, who had his arm am- ing Mr. Wattordon lecture at the opern of Hill several years ngo, was nrrested owners were on hand distributing literaputate! at the shoulder it few dnys Hince, house, and.wn can safely promise to have by Sheriff Burnett and lodged in Jul Inst ture, interesting only to breeders. Thero wero two murder cases on the is in a critical condition. It is thought Hustouvillo well represented if he will week. The new fiscal court is in eeesion docket, Allen for killing Barlow aud the operation was delayed too long. only get the great man to speak there. this week 12vidontly0 men are n great Dtsvers for the murder of Purdom, both Tho music clafH of the Institute, Willie Kennedy and Jim Clnrkson, improvement over 20 to do the county's of which will likely be tried this court. Miss May while returning from n visit to taught by the accotnplialied their beet Increasing In number. girls some nights ago, were thrown from business and we hopo they Bra nlso nu There were also the UBual number of Miller, is rapidly improvement in quality. whisky cases, whi:h were being rapidly Our citizens may expecta brilliant mu- the buggy nnd pretty badly bruised up. Father Feys, of Jellico, was down disposed of when I left. Concealed weasical entertainment Bt tho close of the So much for going, courting on a dark visiting Col. O'JIiuu'h family this week. pon cases school. also occupy n cood portion of night. Mr. W. It. Durham hai been suffering Mr. George Cook, a prosperous merthe docket The women as well as tho Mr. Geo. II. Cooper was up Monday. very much with his hand for the last men violate this law and on Tuesday a chant o! Lexington, was in town this Mr. 12. D. Kennedy went to Lexington weok. Mr. Sam Ward, the hustliug can Inst week. Mr. U. 0. Walton stopped on week with blood poisoning. Miss Hester was fined $23 and given 10 Dr. J. D. AdiiuM is at homo after a dldate for representative, la again review- his way to and from Liberty, and spent days in jail for "packing a pop " It is ing tho IiiIIb and valleys of Uickcastle. n pleasant time with the Misses Cook. few weeks' stay in Loulsvlllo, where ho nothing unusual for the defendant to has been taking a special course in med plead Mr. M. F. Brink ley, tho popular his own cause in the minor cases Mrs. 12 C. Walton is also the gurst of icine. Mr. M. K. Pennington is at homo and some of the questions propounded for register of tho land olll , is the Mieses Cook. from kifxville, where he completed tiis are indeed amusing. greeliug his many friends here this week. At the regular meeting of tlm town first yearns course in dentistry. Mr. 0. 0. Williams, one of tho attorney. board an ordinance was parsed establishThree of Lincoln's best citizens wero Our people were considerably alarm- indicted at tho last term and are to be In tho Dowers estate cti has returned ing a "bull pen" in which nil hogs found ed over the amail pox being reported in tried this court. They are Messrs. Cicfrom Somerset. Mr. and Mrs. V. M. on the streets tinning are placed and the Weber are in Louisville. Mrs. Cleo owner charged 1 each arid 25 cents n the county last Saturday. Judge ltoae ero Reynolds and George S. McKinney, had the matter immediately investigated Drown and Miss Mattio Williams are vis- day for redeeming them. If they nro so that tlie necessary steps ought be tak of McKinucy, for killing quail before the iting relatives in Louisville. County Atlaw expired nnd Mr. James Harper, of r.oi recieemou Willi in live uays Uiey are torney Collier has been ill for some time. to he sold by the marshal to the highest en to prevent the spread of it, aud it was Hustonville, ho is charged with disfound to be false. The depot agent at this place has a bidder. turbing the peace. The latter is a veiy Dr. A A. Willets closed the lecture of copper and hronzj coins. collection plain piece of malico and he will come College chapel The exercises at tho Specimen; from .Canada, Mexico, Not a last Friday night were n glittering suc- ciurso Tuesday evening with his enter out all right, but tho bird hunters nmy tiiuing lecture on Sunshine. The Bap- Honduras, Ireland, Knglaud, cess. Scotia, It cousisted ol many charming in- t'ut church was well filled to hear him catch it for a small amount. France, Spain, Holland, Sxlizsrland, strumental and vocal solos as well as Casey has had a number of burglaries Germany, Italy Madagascar and China due In, choruses, recitations, dialogiua and every bod y was very much p'eased lately nnd in each case the Bcamps found with the lecture. The committee will! and appropriated money. In ono night can be found in the lot. One tenth of a and the College piper edited by Miss is the smallest denominations and Knte Biughmnu. The paper was one of arrange for another course next winter. the residences of Messrs. T. W. Wash, cent The Young People's Baptist Union Lincoln Wells, J. D. Brown nnd Col. are from Cliinn and Italy. A copper tlie best we have ever heard and glistencoin from Ireland with the Harp of IMn ed with many bright bon mots, wife wis held at tho Institute here, begiunii g Lauhatn were raided and tho total lut Saturday and closing Monday. It amount stolen nnkes aright snug sum. thereon is highly prized by the owner it thoughts and laughable prrinualities. was an interesting sctsion and quite a being a present from hii Irish friend. Mr. Wash's gun, which; was sitting nt number of visitors were present, among the head of bis bed, was missing, .but coin is 160 years old. Oilier Tho latter tflDDLEBURG, CASEY UOUNTY. whom were Dr. T. P. Bell, of Nashville; rarn coins are to bo found in tho collec- was found next day on his farm. Messrs. Jnson Wesley, George Dur- Prof.S. C. Mitchell and Kov. Z. T. Cody, Green river is being fished day nnd The question of a graded school Is ham, Win. Bryant and Albert Kilney nro Georgetown; Itev. It. A. Mnhan, Lonnight now and some good ones are I eing being very seriously talked of If so attending court nt Liberty as witnesses don; Dr. A. C. Graves, Lebanon; Rev. caught. John B. Carpenter, an old Stancured It will help to increase tho popula- against " Fnter John" Henderson torn W. 0. Cleveland, Springfield; Drs. W. P. ford man, a man told me that he fretion, thereby bringing money, In that it breach of tho peace. Harvey aud J. W. Warder, Louisville, quently goes out n few moments before will more than make up for the high Hev. Grider, h cousin of Hev. F. andJudgcJ.il. Sainpsou, Middleaboro breakfast and catches enough fish for his additional taxation. When people choofo pastor of the M. 12. church, will score or more of mill bands. Judge R. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. a place to locate, tho first question Baked preach at the Baptist church the second J. Breckinridge, Dr. Oiear andJMr. Scott Is this, ''Is there a Rood, permanent Stturday and Sunday, when n full at Mies Jennio Pnillips, of West McFerran, of Dnnville, who are quarterschool there ?'' As Mt. Vernon basal-read- y tendance of the membership io icquuai-ois visiting at il. 0. Ttiompsou's. ed at Mr. John W. Moore's are doing a taken bouio progressive steps, let Miss Cornett, of Williamsburg, vis- good deal of fishing, but their success A Unwell county man with a wagon her coutluue to advance and once more ited MiBsStllie Harkleroad this week. has not heen quito so good as that of Mr. loaded with maple sugar passed thro' let it bo said that her citizens have uniJohn L. Pnlllipj returned from a Carpenter. ted on a question that pertains to the town last week en route to Danville. He visit to bin father at Won Liberty and The bank question is being agitated welfare of all. Posterity will bless .you tried to dispose of tho load here at 10c has taken his staud in tho Paris & Co.'s and it looks very probable thatjono will if you will give the vote in favor of a per pound, but our merchants, liko the store. be organized before long. Mr. George An agent of Wolfe A Cj. wholesale A. Prewitt is tho principal mover in Libgraded school a majority. In coming fellow who prayed for a barrel of pepwhisky dealers of Lmlsville was tried erty, but there are many prominent years it will bo pointed to as a lasting per, thought it was too much sugar. Fishing is fine here. Mike Jones before Judge Brown this weok, charged men all over the county, who heartily monument to the memory ol tho wide awake citizens of 18'.)5. and George Kites went Saturday night with selling whisky to blind tigers at endorse his actions. and caught n tine string nnd others have Pittsburg and was Qned 50 for .each of Messrs. Robert.Fenzsl and A. J. Earp, CRAB ORCHARD. done equally ns well. T. Carpenter nnd fence. Judge Brown has taken a decid- who are repairing, watches and taking ed stand against the sale of whisky in pictures respectively, nre both doing A lecluro on "Home and How to Jaa. Hose wero down from Hustonville will ha delivered by Saturday, but they had fishermen's luck. this county, and will lUht it to tho bit- well. The former is located in D. G. Make it Happy" ter end. Portman & Bros' store, while tho latter Scott Anderson nt the Baptist church, Guess they didn't spit on their bait. As stated in your paper, Miss Suaie County Superintendent P. II. Taylor has a front room in the Exchange Hotel. Crab Orchard, Saturday, April 0, at 7:30 Mcllargue arose from table Friday and They are both 'good workmen aud der. m. Original, humorous, practical, Ad- has changed the boundary line between districts Nob. 2 (Middloburg) nnd 27(Yo- - started out of tlie dining room, when serve the patronagejthoy are receiving. mission 5 cents. )or seemingly with a nnd daughter, somite) so as to include the whole of tho alio fell in the Liberty is destined to havo'Jpoor mail Mrs. Lizle Simpson convulsion. A physician was hastily facilities it seems. For years her mail Mips Katie, of Garrard county, spent town of Yoaotnlto in Middloburg district, summoned but she was just breathing wbb put off at Kingsville andbrougbt to several days at Mrs. Besz'oy's tho pist aud enrsea long nnd loud are being heap her last when he. arrived. A post mor- Yusemite by the jerkwater'Urain, half week. Mrs. K. B Carson nnd little ed upon tho head of tho superintendent tem was made by Drs. Ramsey, Pen- the time, more or less, however, it for daughter, Hhoda May, visited Danville by the Yoaemite people. Why not agitato tho free turnpike nington and Miaou, and her stomach some reason did'not arrive and now since last week. Mies Adit Roberts, who is atnt College Home, visited question in this county ? It would re found to contain a largo quantity of the louto has been changed it is also tending school strychnine. Mies Mcllargue is a daugh- very irregular. The Cincinnati train her parents in Madison county Saturday lieve monotony nnd givo us something of Sherill Mcllargue, who was assaswas a littlo lato Monday afternoon and and Sunday. Miea Alice Mooro ia visi- new to talk about, if it did no other good ter sinated in Pulaski county about a year ns a consequence the goodjpeople got no Legisla ting relatives in Danville. Miss Lillie Let us have n candidate for tho moved to this place with her mail, but were compelled to wait 21 Kdmlaton entertained n number of her ture of that persuasion. How would Hev. neo. She aud another Bister shortly nfter Monday afternoon in honor G.O.Smith do? He could handle the mother hours longer for it. littlo friends seventh birthday. Miss Lizzio subject ou the ragiug stump with that the murder of her father. They have of her It is astoni8hingiwhat an immense not borne very enviable reputations hero amount of lumber hns been taken out of Logau, ol Stantorl, Is visiting her sistor, glib tongue of his. nnd her disgraco doubtless caused her Casey county and stilli Ithe supply ia Mrs. Boyd. Miss Lizzio Beazloy is spendDemocrats carried their entiro ticket death. The coroner's jury returned a abundant. I will wager that there aro county. Col. ing n few days In Garrard through in Bridgaport, Conn., by a ma- verdict of suicide. enough ties at Yosemite now ,to supply nnd MrB. Jaa. W. Guest, of Danvlllo, jority ol from 1,000 to 2,500. On Tuesday morning the body of all tho railroads that will built in Kenseveral days with Mrs. Laurn spent A wind storm almost approaching a James 0. Brown, of Log Mountain, Bell tucky for tho next livolyears. One agent Mooro. Mr. Will BrookB left last week and Alabama, where ho will tornado swopt over Boone county Mon- county, was found on the railroad track told mo that be had received over 10,000 for Georgia Bpond several months. Mrs. Mattio B. day. It bndly damaged tho hotel nt Big about 200 yards south of the depot in a during tho last month and that he hadn't Stapp, alter a brief stay at home, was Bono Springs, blow 12 hogsheads of to- horribly mangled condition, hnviug been made a shipment since. CbristmaB. called again to Loulsvlllo to tho bedside bacco into tho river at Hamilton, left onrun over by a train. He was put off 25 Guy Fayne, of JessaI was glad to be Informed by my old of her father. Dr. 10 in Lewisburg by Conductor Delph for refusing to pay mine county, made a short visit to his ly one house of the friend, Mr. E. Tarrant, that ho was doing standing and blew down the Mt. Zion his fare, and it is supposed that he parents last week. nicely with his book and that he was school house. to board 20 as it passed here. about ready to make his Becond order. m M. L. 0. T. He was beastly drunk when put off 25 The old gentleman spent sevoral years ol Electric Ulttors. anil 10 Thit Tho next meeting ol the lodgo of tho popular remedy is befomlnc so well knownAll who and a bottle half full of whisky was hard service in preparing it and it is to at to need no special mention. Ladies of tho Maccabees will be hold at have used Electric Hitters ting the tamo sone of found near his remains. He was iden- be hoped that it will make him as much praise. A purer medicine doci not tuitt and It is Odd Fellows Hnll Monday night, 8th. guaranteed to do all that i claimed Klcctric tified by Itobt. Brown, of Pittsburg, who wealth as it is sure to make him fame. of the I.lver aud Hitters will cure E. 0. W. TLo c! r.r?'? H' p01 Ij0 closed for two neys, will removeall discuses Iloils,Salt Kheuin Kid- claimed bin body nud had it buried. Pimples, and wcekn, at tho oxpiratlon of which tlmo other affection caused by impure blood; will That 'Tne wages of sin is death," has drive malaria from the system and prevent as A mother deliberately took the Uvea Mrs. Cora Eves, of Port Huron, Mich., well as cure all malarial fevers. For cure ol Head- been verified in Loudon in the above givo additional instruc- ache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Kleci'lr deaths. other two beautiful littlo liabee, atwill return to guaranteed Hitters. Entire tempted to murder a third and then secret work of tho Order. refunded. Trice satisfaction per bottle or money wc and Si tions in tho at A .K. To the Oemacrats of Lincoln County. drug store. Bought Bulcldo as a climas to her bloody camo here recently with tho highest She a I am a candidate to represent Lincoln county in deeds, at Columbus, 0. Mrs. Eliza recommendations, aud wo all found her TWO LI Vott SVod. the next Legislature of Kentucky, subject to the Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, III., was of Grove City, Ohio, ia the woman to be an excellont lady of unusual intelaction of the Democratic party. I stand squarely she had consumption understanding her told by her doctorsfor her, but two bjtiksand that upon the National Democratic platform. Endorse who played the leading role in the tragligence, thoroughly there was no hopo ot l)r. King's business, aud she made warm friends of she saysNew Discovery completely cured her and Cleveland and Carlisle. Aro for James 1). McCre-ar- y edy. life. Mr. Thos. Ugcers, 139 it saved her lor U. S. Senator and in lavorof Free Turnnil with whom she camo in contact. She Florida St., San Francisco, sulTcrcti from a dreadBucklln's Arnica Salve. ful cold, approaching consumption, tiled without pikes . Ucspectlully, The best salve in the woild for cuts, bru'ies, is doing a noble work nnd the best wish- result every thin; else then bought one bottle of M. F. North. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fuer sores, tetter, chapDr. King's ped hsuds.chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, es of her numerous Stanford friends will cured, lie New Discovery and tu two isweeks was Is naturally thankful. It such reit positively euros piles, or no pay reputred. It is A car load of cut tlowers from Los guaranteed to give perlect satisfaction or money ever attond hor. A full attendance is sults of which these are samples, that prove the efficacy of this medi.inp Iti coughs and Angles, Cnl , were received nt Chicago refunded. Price a cents per boa. For sale by wonderful requested for next Monday night. colds. Free trial botllts at G. L. Penny, Exor's A. K. Fenny, Stanford, Ky. Wednesday. Drug store. Regular sizn joe and ft. Mrs. Annik Jamks, K K. ( ( Jrm m I , two-week- JULY njEs9EL 1, 1895, wc offer ,,, a .' At Cost For Casli Everything in our line, such as- - d. 11 f . Wagons, Plows, Stoves, Harm. Queenswarc, Glassware, Hardware, Tabic and Pocket Cutlery, Groceries of All Kinds. Come now and help yourself while you have A .' LARGE .' STOCK To select from. tndi-dat- o FARRIS & HARDIN GREAT : SALE, OF SPRING CAPES. We certainly have the finest collection of Spring Capes ever offered in any inland town. For style, quality and make up, wc know of nothing superior. They range in price from Si to Si 2 and every Cape good style and well made. You can not afford to select your Spring Wraps without examining ours. The prices, styles and make up will commend our Capes to the most fastidious. Don't forget while in our store to examine our Dress Goods, both in wash goods and woolens, ranging in price from 5c to Si, and these are better goods than ever offered at the price. We also have about 50 patterns of silk shirt waists, to which we invite speciai attention, ranging in price from 25c to Si. So. To the Gentlemen: We would especially address ourselves on the subject of Clothing. Come and see our new Clothing room with all our new things in Men's, Boys' and Youths' Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goods. I Gri-tie- r, Lib-eit- y, d. HUGHES & TATE. James Frye, HUSTON YIIXB, KV. I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revolutionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem impossible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these goods will arrive in the next few days. 11 A good black slicker $1.25, very fine rubber coat Si. So worth $$. Mens' sandals worth 75c worth Black cape Mcintosh for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.5.0 and 3.50, worth almost double. worth $$&$!& and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to S7-5- , Si 5. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and taijorj made for Si 2. 50 to Si Si former price iS to 25 dollars;,, These goods are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. S3-7S5-5- Men$, I know great Woolen dress goods way down below their actual value and will sell them that I own them lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist until you see how cheap I will sell them to youi Wash Fabricks I have I have a line of in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for half price. Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for Si. 15 rThe sequel Buy and sell for Cash. ""a worth S3. JAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. IDIRIESS GOODS ! in variety of style and quality and M ;' PLOWS AND PLOW HARNESS. Have just received a full line of i Wil-liam- p, Oliver's Chilled and Bucher & Gibbs' Imperial Chilled and Steel Plows And REPAIRS. Full line of chains, collars, bridles, &c, in stock. Farmers needing any goods in this line are invited to call and examine our goods before purchasing. 1 W. E. PERKINS, Oral: Orchard. A r- - - Jr : atti jlEln ili m i"l-r- : ' "'""" A train of 10 cars of California eattlo T. Logan Hocker, a councilman at were recolved in Omaha last Thursday standing Lexington, is charged with and sold at $1 75 for 287 steers averagwith city contractors. Gov. Stone, of Missouri, has issued ing 1,145 lbs , with 10 stoers ot $1 25, and a call for a special session of tho Stato $1 05 for 74 heifers averaging 1,011 lba. Tho April crop report makes tho Legislature to meet on Anril 23. Stone, of Missouri, has approv- condition of wheat 85.3, or two points Gov. ed tho bill which allows a jury to imposo lower than was reported last year immediately after tho severo Mreh frof zing." tho death penalty for train robbery. containing five men was cap Tho plant ia but littlo further advanced A skill s'zed at Pittsburg presumably during n than it was in December. Dispute with .1 woman when she says our silks for waists Wanted, 100,000 pounds of wool. drunken tight. Two were drowned. arc the prettiest and cheapest in town, because she A bed of solid rock salt has been Highest market price guaranteed. knows what she is talKing about. you sell, see my agents T. S. Klkin, discovered at a depth of (ISO feet on Jce Lincaster, J. S. Moberly, MeKinney, near Abbeyvllle, La. Jefferson's Island Nearly a million and rt half of tho Win. Rout, Hustonville, Wallace Steele, assessment of Jefferson county has been Rolling Fork or myself at Stanford. Wil Argue with her when she says our 90c Shoe is as good knocked off by tho Stato Board of Equal Hani Morelund. Horso advertisements nro coming in ization. as you can buy elsewhere for $1:25, for she talks like a The public debt March 31 less cash pretty well. In tho Inst week Madison sensible woman and knows what's what. in the Treasury, amounted to $908,730,-01- Sandldgo A Sop, li. F. Powell, T. A. Coulter, J. Steele Carpenter, K. P. Woods an Increase for tho month of and Josiah Bishop have been added to Tho confession of a negro now in our list. See description and pedigreeB jail at Birmingham has exposed a gang of their horipa on our mxth pagx. Try to excuse yourself by saying "I will put it off a of Alabama outlaws responsible for ma while longer," when you can buy a good suit of clothes MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ny crimes. from us for $$ and up. Twenty States besides Kentucky are Hon. John Harvey Walton and Mrf. So Susan Frazee Walton celebrated their at present suHVing with small-pox- . far 373 deaths have occurred as a result golden wedding at Germautown Wednrs day. They are tho parents of Col. Matt of the disease. Mexico and Guatemala will not go Walton, lato of Lancaster. Expect your wife to meet you pleasantly if you've gone to war. Their boundary lines, which "All things come to him who waits" to some other store than ours when she expressly told threatened to causo great troublo, has is an adage that has been verified in the been settled by arbitration. case of Mr. James Pepplcs. After living you to go nowhere else. Don't do these things if you Ben C. Neal was Bhot and killed in 07 years in single cussednes?, ho lias ot expect to live long and keep your hair on. Estill county by Green Miller, who sur- last found a wife, to whom he was yes rendered immediately to tho stent!. terday joined in tho eacred and holy re- VVc want all people to drop in and see our new stock of Staple and The men quarreled over a settlement. lation. Tho bride is Mtas Sallie Teaters Dr. Mary Walker, who was dressed and alio is just 43 years younger than her in man's clothes, pleaded her own case liege lord. May and December somein her conteBt of her aunt's will at North- times unite, in apparent satisfaction to hampton, Mas., and the judge decided both parties, and we hope it may prove against her. so in this instance, making the old genCarpets, Mattings, &c, &c. It is the event of the season. We've In a quarrel in an Oklahoma hotel tleman's la9t days his best days. over tho proper divlsiou of the bed Mr. C. C Breese, tho handsome got the strongest line we've ever offered in this market and all at ex clothes, one man shot and killed his young joweler, who lived hero for sev- tra low prices. roommate and wounded tho Mieriffwbo eral years, was married last Sunday to arrested him. Misa Kato Jarman, of Murfreeuboro, -:- -:- -:- Mnj. Andy Hamilton, Major of the Tenti., where Mr. Bteese is in business. 12th Kentucky Cavalry during tho war, It was sort of a runaway affair and after aud famous for having tunneled out of the ceremony at Salem, a local paper Call aud see us. Libby prison, was found shot to death eiys that they returned to Murfreeaboro at Morgautown. "to suo for parental sanction. Mr. Brerse and popular young jewIt is reported at Haweaville that ia a great destitution exists in tho Southern eler and has a host of warm friends in part of Hancock county, and that some that city, while his lovely and beautiful of the people have eaten hoisellesh to bride is tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. keep from starving. John M. Jarman and one of tho most atMort Deskins, a mountain terror and tractive young ladies in Murfreeaboro." A: URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor, desperado, was shot and mortally T. D. RANEY, Manager. OF A LOCAL NATURE. wounded at his home near Salyeisville, by Deputy Sheriff N. P. Howard while Casey county Rets a raiso of 10 per Uranch Stores: trying to avoid arrest. cent, on land. The treasury books show customs Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiara. Miss Jane Shortwell has been ap- Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, receipts of 9 1,249,35 1. SS during the first pointed postmaster at Tidal Wave, Whit Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. seven montns ot me wuson law as ley county. against $70,815,400,71 during the last -- Dr. J. W. Gill, of Danville, died Beven months of tho McKinley law, not Monday, aged 70. He was a nativo cf withstanding the howl of tho republi Garrard and a grand son of Chi ef Justice cans that it Mould be reversed. Boyle. Three convicts, two of whom were Tho Mercer republicans instructed gang of for Col. W. O. Bradley for governor and North British and Mercantile, d members of the Firman's Fund, desperadoep, attempted to escape from bd did the Rockcastle republicans. Manchester, Mechanics and Traders, tho Eddyville prison, firing on the Henry Norvoll, who killed a slight-o- f The Pennsylvania Fire, National of I lartford, guards as they ran. They were caught performer In Mercer county two yea's Give me a call. "fea after a chase of about n mile. Two of ago, has jubt been captured in Scott PlKenix of Urooklynn. Itiley McCoy and Tom Mitchell, county. them, were badly wounded. Mercer county republicans refused t ) endorse a colored brother of that CHURCHAFFAIRS. county, who ia a candidate for Hegiater Lightning struck the ChrietiaD of the Laud Office. churcbnt Benton and badly damaged -- S. M. Wilson, of Woodford county, won the primary oratorical contest it. Rev. S. K. Foster, pastor of tho Bap which makes him Centre's representaInter-Stat- e tist church at Somerset, has been called tive in the great Southern This is the right season to paint and paper your house, and if you contest, which will be held at Lexingto New Haven, Lonn., and wilt leave wane inc very oesi materials, you can not a fiord to overlook our ton, Va , early in May. shortly for that place. Mr. A. II. Baiitin is spreading himself stock. who posed at Biloxi, O. E. Wrenn, Miss , as a Baptist minister, has been at Crab Orchard. Not content with runand has confessed ning one of the largest stores there, he arrested for h w opened a l..el, the "Baotin House," The best is not too goo J. to having three living wives. near the depot, and is prepared to serve BapMeasles have broken out in tho tist Theological Seminary at Louisville the public in the best of style. Ho has preachers are wrest- a livery stablo also and will haul hia paand the would-bQuality and price are right. ling with them instead of doing like trons to any part of town free. Road his csrd in this issue and register with him Jacob did. Eider 0. C. Cline has gotten into a tho next time you go to the "Orchard." controversy with Editor G. A. Denham, NKW ADVKBTISKX KNTH. of the Williamsburg Times, on tho Catholicism question and the fur is flying pretty lively. HOUSE, Politics has caused the congregation of the Rev. to demand the resignation Dealer In Crab Orchard, Ky. the president's Meet all Trains night and day. Patron alien to William Cleveland, any part of town Free of Charge. brother, who is pastor of tho Presbyterian church at Chaumont, N. Y. Good Livery Attached. Fro of Hotel Jioo per -- Weekly Interior Jourkal Ai'iiiL ", 1895 Stanford, Kv., VV. P. WALTON. 6 OK, 8 PA&ES. Interviewed by a Louisville Tost man, Col. It. I Jacobs, ol Danville, that he ia in no sense a candidate sajs for governor. More's the pity, but wo take mm and it that he is too patriotic too good a democrat to declino the nomination should it for once seek the man. Col. Jacobs ia of irreproachable character and in point of ability is second to no man in the Stute. He wou'd make an ideal candidate and restore the democratic majority to its original and proper dimensions. In the interview the colonel say a if tho democrats are hunting a new man the could not do better than unite on Judge M. 0. Saulhy, of whom he speaks in the high-etertm. We agree with hra in everything good he can say of our distinguished citizen, but like himself, Judge Snuiley is Booking no political preferment now, content with what his paoplo hve given him, and striving to serve them in tho moat worthy unnner. Ilia friends hope yet to see him governor, but at this time he hta no desire to enter the contest. at tion discussed tho local city government at its last meeting nnd Heva. Hunt and Christian, of tho Baptist church, grow decidedly personal in their remarks, so much bo thBt City Attorney Thurman will bavo Mr. Hunt indicted for crimi nal libel and sue him for slander, for charging that he was an habitual drunk-nr- d aud unfit for his olllce. Mr. Christian was satisfied to make hia remnrka ol a general nature. Ho claimed the city government thero was aa rank aa perdi tion in its rottenness. Tho city, he held, was governed from the gambling hell, tho saloon Bnd tho brothel Since Park- hurst set the gait iu Ntw York, the preachers are reforming things with a big II and if they will proceed along tho light lines, they can accomplish great good. P. S. The Louisville Ministerial Associa- DON'T an IT! Don't He-fo- re Don't 0, 5. Hunt has crawfished. Ho want to be defendant in such a didn't Mr. case ao he made a public and humble Don't apology. Havi.no failed to oust her in an honorable way, the strikers at Elizabeth-tow- n have resorted to the most reprehensible tactics against Mrs. Helm. Charges against her an postmaster have been preferred, which for amallnes8 and meanness ol conception, take tho whole bakery along with tho cake. This kind of cuerrilla warfare on a lady and the widow of the leader of tho orphan brig ade at that, will disauBt people all over the country and make tho president re gret that he over took a hand against Don't her. ber of States Monday and Tuesday the republicans seem to have gotten all they went for. At St. Louis the entire repub was elected, with one ex lican lay-oceptioD, and that exception would not have had to bo noted tavo for tho fact that the republican nominee was a A white democrat beat him. In the Stnte, however, the democrats did a littlo better. Out of 41 municipalities democrats carried 23, republicans 9 and mixed tickets the other five. ut no-gr- Some time ago, a Methodist preacher at Los Angeles, Cal., prayed as follows "0 Lord, vouchsafe Thy saving grace to the Librarian of the Los Angeles City Library and cleanse her of all sin and make her a woman worthy of her office." The librarian was wroth and regard In the municipal elections in a num Fancy Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Fancy Goods, Notions,Shoes, Clothing, H r I Mr r ? ing this as a flagrant reflection on her character, sue sued tho preacher for $25,000 damages for slander. Ttie do fendant claimed that a prayer is a privil eged communication, but the judge holds that it is not, when made in public, and that the preacher must present n better Several hundred Nashville democrats plea or pay the woman for the damage signed a call for a mass meetiug to prohe has done her good name. This is a to seat Gov. Turn-oj- , very important decision and preachers test against the effort but his friends captured the assemwho are disposed to be too personal in bly and adopted resolutions approving their petitions had better make a point of the course of the Legislature. With deep it. disgust depicted on their countenances, Tub Louisville Post is making war on the protestants put on their hats and solthe State Board of Equalization, which emnly marched from tho scene. Tho it claims should hereafter be known as conspiracy to seat Turnoy hai gone too the Board of Usurpation. The board far to be headed now. seems to have misunderstood its funcMr. IIeadlky, secretary ol State, is tions and engaged in the work of getting tho treasury out of tho hole, by increas- trying to explain out of ing the assessments right and left, when predicament brought about by recent was established merely to equalize as publications of the Tate scandal, but tho sesamente, not to increase the aggregate. more he talks the worse he makes matIt has authority to increase or decrease ters. He is a candidate for election to the rate in various counties, but the Leg the office he now holds by appointment, islature could not, if it would delegate but his name js Dennis. A bolting demthe taxing power to any board, however ocrat in the first place should never have constituted. The board is treading on been honored as Gov. Brown honored danger ground and if it goes too far the Mr. Headley. tax payers may resist the usurpation and A German has invented a rifle that refuse to pay taxes at all, and they would can send a bullet, fired at shoulder bight, be justifiable in such a resolution. two miles before its force is spent and at a is just two months till the aunual distance of 2,000 yards would go through It meeting of Kentucky Press Association the bodies of seven men placed in line. and yet not a single invitation has been Wars and rumors of wars have put the extended by tho citizens of any town in inventors on their mettle, for the days the State to come and partake of their are not yet come, when tho swordB shall hospitality. For our part wo are glad be beaten into plow shares and spears that this is thus. Let the editors meet into pruning hooks. wherlike any other body of Chicago voted all right for municipal ever they list, attend to whatever of busreform, but she went hades, Occident iness they may hive ou hand and frolic politically. The city counat their own expenso like whito men, if and distorted cil and mayor are republican by large they must frolic. majority, Swift being elected by 41,110. The women of Ohio had their first ex- And Chicago has been a democratic city perience in voting and being voted for, too! How things have changed binco in city elections in Ohio.Monday. They the dissolution of Elizabeth? waded througti the mud nnd asserted A rift in tho cloud no larger than a the prerogative ot an American citizen hand discloses a silver lining on in a more manish way than the men and man's the other side. In Wisconsin a democrat did many things unbecoming the sex was elected to the supreme bench by a that every true man holds in the highest majority of 10,000 and one democrat is veneration. They seem to have gone at St. Louis. Let us wrong politically too, as the republicans chosen councilman give thanks. scored heavy victories in most of the towns. At the election in Rhode Island Wednesday the democrats gained a Senator. Thk Japanese do not kies. They show their affection by rubbing the cheeks to- They have three now in a total of 35 gether. The littlo Japs may know a good Ob, we are getting there FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. deal about fighting, but thoy have a NEWSY NOTES. Poland China boars for sale, M. S. great deal to learn about somethings. It's Three more deaths have occurred in Bangbman, Stanford. pretty nice of course to press your cheek The Paris Btallion show Monday bad against the velvety one of your lady Ashland from small-poMies Martha Clark has beon ap- fewer entrieo than for years. for good old, permeating bliss, love, but The Louisville colt, Laureate, won a kiss upon her red rosy lips discounts it pointed postmaster at Falmouth. Tho Electric Light Company at the Derby at Little Rock, with ease several to one. Yum, yum. over a fine field, Louisville has raised rates 40 per cent. While posing in front of her mirror, covPolk Bond bought of Hardin Field, The heaviest snow of the season Mrs, Anna Shannon dropped dead at ered the ground All Fool's Day in Iowa. of Woodford county, 25 yearling Bteera Cincinnati. The dispatch does not say Mrs. Mary Cornes was murdered in at $15. Glasgow Times. whether death was caused by fright at Lewis county by her husband and his J. H. EdminBton, of Atlanta, bought her own ugliness, or a too sudden flow of mother. mules from of d a conceit to the hbart. Either is sufficient paid the indemnity demanded Sam Cecil at $55. Advocate. it is to produce death and the coioner's jury by Japan of China will be 400,000,000 Yates Hudson sold Monte Fox 50 was in a dilemma to decide on a ver- yen in gold. lambs for delivery between May 20th dict. A hundred ballots have been taken and June let at 5c Advocate. Charles Fleiechman, tho millionaire people think about it for Senator in Delaware, but the dead The more tho turfman, has made Uankins and John more the sound money sentiment lock is unbroken. the Tho Iron Queen, a passenger steam- son an offer of $150,000 for Diggs. grows. Gen. Hardin has hurt himer, burned at Pomeroy, O. A chamberAt Richmond court, cattle sold at 2 J self badly in this section by his free silto IJ cents, and demand great. Plug maid lost her life, ver utterances and our people would not Gov. Milnes will succeed Julius C. horses $10 to $00. Stallion show small. as a general thing touch Sonator Black John Cook has traded his stalliont pole, with his pledge Burrows in Congress from the Third a burn with district. Gamoor, by Gambotta Wilkes, to Geo, to keep up the fight for the free and un- Michigan Six men were killed and fivo injured Austin, of Garrard,- - for four good harness limited coinage of silver. by the explosion of a boiler in a tannery. mares and geldings. J, E. Farria will have three stallions Gov. McKinlev called on Presideut at Woburn, Maes. Hon. W. J. Stone says that lecont in the stud this year: Royal Kins, EagCleveland Monday and they had a pleasant interview of half an hour together. publications to the effect that ho was let and Chester Denmark. All are splenThe governor ia casting wistful eyes about to anuounce hi Jisolf a candidate did saddlers and are well bred. His adr towards;the "Whito llouio and wanted to for governor were unauthorized, and vertisemeut will appear in Friday's paper. that he is not a candidate. see how it felt to bo inside of it. McCoy-Hatfielbig-tme 1 x. Our Bait is Bargains. well-know- n LOUISVILLE : STORE, STAITrOHD. K"2. FIRE INSURANCE. KIRBY, THE INSURANCE MAN. OILS. VARNISHES. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. i THE BASTIN MlJQ Ko WIEAMIEJMo day. n-fi- m A. II IIASTIN, Prop. Oc Mllledcevlllc and Stanford pike a pocket book containing val uable notei and receipt!. PUaio return to Interior Journal office or to E. W. Lawless, Teateri-villGarrard county, Ky, LOST! W. S. e, Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, STANTOED, B.?. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Burch, Attr. at Law. R. M. Ncwland, Deputy Sheriff. Buroh. & XTewland, General Collectors. Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky, We offer our icrvict s to the public to do a gen, era! Collecting ilusiness. Account!, notct, etc. collected in all part ot the county. it 6m car-loa- three-year-ol- d TO THI CITIZENS Of Lincoln County. The New Reliable Process Greatly improved for 1895 and worthy of consideration. Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., Mill, 40-fo- ot It now In full operation, and Invites the attentkn ol the builders of Lincoln county to its material, superior workmanship and low prices. Note They have Proven a Success. m W " ll t SOME OF OUR PRICES: fapei hundred. As low as $150 per hundred. Perfectly clear yellow poplar weather boarding at As low as 11.30 per hundred. 81.50 per hundred. Allpatterns and thicknesses of Ceiling In yellow pine, poplar, chestnut and aih, as low as Si 35 per hundred. I'oublo dressed lumber as low as fi per hundred. Ileautitul rellow pine finishing lumber quarter oak, Ac. Savemonev bv eivine us van. orders. THE LANCASTEk PLANING MILL. Lancaster. 73 (! They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. Perlectly clear poplar or yellnw pine flooring at Guarantee Satisfaction Call and see. HIGGINS & McKINNEY, 9 ' Semi-Week- ly Interior Jouknal Kv., AritiL . 8rANFORD, 19& J.7i!ltM tfr W. P. WALTON. I Articles of Incorporation OF DIADEM LODGKNO. 81, HHI&HT5 WJ''' if. "w VKm ;n oe FfiKLlllco do- - itiff homctlilnff J I o ti trngooii s, .Tnck." Or F7THIAS - OF KCNNR. "Worse than usual, Jill?" tl abovo a A anythlnff I'vo over ilono." 11 lc-yon- "Very far ft i ? i i cheeks dimpled. Unclo Hert cleared his throat. "It's mol" ami then sllonco foil between a whaling joke," he said. them. "Yes, and a cruel one." " 'Sposo It wasn't a joke?" ho said, Jill ilrow tho vaso of jonquils over to Iter side of tho table, ami tog-atear- nervously. ing tho pretty yellow blossoms to "Hut it Is." pieces. "It needn't be. I'd bo ready enough Jack caught tho fair, destructive to fall Into their plans If you could get somo ono else to play the marchl" It shall begin f'0" 'Ms JTasini1 ,h" continue lingers in his own. It "You aro bent on mischief Jill; I lwentyfiyeri,or as long Olderhasaevrn memof "What for?" she asked, stupidly. ol Knights standing luthe bin in good fear wo shall both come to grief, as ftid "I should want you to keep mo In ot Kentucky. rthiai Let me tell you, l'olly No capital stock is required to commence ill our namesakes before us, unless you countenance. business and ita csnltal stock Ihcrcalter ahall be leave oft your bad habits." Husset, I'm In earnest. If you think of revenues and any contilbu. its accumulation "When wo aro sober, married people, you could bo happy with a rough old t Ions which may be made to il and the accumulated profits of same, and such stocks or lunds shall Jack, living out at Khnwood, I shall bo fellow like me, let's turn tho joke on time to time, as may be directed be invested fiom a model of sedate propriety, but now em." by resolution of the corporation. Its oflicers shall be the Chancellor Commander, I'm hungering and thirsting for fun." Miss llasset was a llttlo late, and her 1'rcUte and M aster at Arms, "Tlton somebody will suffer. I fear lessons were all failures, that day. She at thi last shall be elected who meeting In May nl) November, and the Keener mo you aro a bloodthirsty little vixen." saw tho young people working away of Hccords anJ Seals, Maaterof Klnanco and Mat"I'm afraid bo, Jack. Do you know in the church, and she noticed Jack ter of Eiche.jufr, who shall be elected annuelly and Jill among the others. Somehow by ballot In the last meeting in November, and what I am thinking of now?" such other oflicers as are provided for by the Con "No, Jill; they say there is honor they seemed to cajoy It more than tho Subordinate Lodges ol the Order of dilution of among thieves. Perhaps if I Join you others. After school she met Jack. ol Kentvcky. Knihtacf PitbUs corporation shall never at any in carrying out your deep and dark The debts of the "I find I cannot play at tho wedfive hundred dolUrs, time exceed two thousand the properly of its iudiuidual members shall plans I may escape tho misery that I ding," sho said, "but ono of my pupils and not be liable for its corporate debts fear you aro hoping to bring upon me." will do so." The acts ol this corporation ahall be valid only Jack thanked Iter nnd went on. "And you'll really help me? Jack, when In writing, signed by tho Cbaccellnr Com "I'm afraid I shall die, Jack." minder and the Keeper oi Records and Seals, you are the joy of my llfel" Jill pushed with Its corporate leal attached. away, and turned n bright "Walt until it's over, Jill. I want our hand this ;lh day of March, tho jonquils Given under faco up to her sweetheart's. "Unclo you to see them waiting, nnd then I I M. 11KUCK. iMj. A. O Hl'KKM.VN, llcrt Is away now," sho went on, "and want you to hear what Uncle Hert has V. II WKAKK.V, It's tho time for our fun. Only two days to say when ho comes home. We must w. r.sis:::::iiAN, V. WATKKS, before April flrstl Come, Jack, wo sympathize with Jiim of course. Wo ' OE NO S WKI.I.S. C. C, must keep on tho good bide of Uncle must settle on something." K u. WALIUH, I S. OWSLKY, JR . It wns nearly sundown when Jack Hert, you know." KSMi I). WKAKKN, K. R. A S. Wednesday came, and the church went home. Ho met little Miss Hassct State ef Kentucky. on her way from school. Sho was a was ready. At twilight the old sexton Count of Lincoln. Set l,Jas. f fcuiumins.Clerkof the Lincoln Cou ty dainty little body, well into the thir- lighted tho lamps, and the village beCourt, do crrlily ihitihe foregoing ai tides ol Ingan to cram itself within tho festooned corporation were, on the ijth day of Match, iS, ties, but fair aud pretty still. acknowWdgcd before me by I. M llruce, A. (. "I am so surprised," she said. "I've walls. V Waters, W. II Wearen, K. C. HulTman.Joe Jill came in leaning on Jack's arm. Walton and John S, Wells to be the r set and just had a note asking me to play tho Sho was lovely in her light dress, and deed and the same tru again acknowledged on wedding march at your uncle's W". V. bherM n the i(th day of March, i8;Si br looked modest and demure as Is becomto be his act and deed be ore J. If. llurton n y ing to tho young wedding guest. Jack "Then It is true?" deputy, as ihowu by his endorsement thereon n figures and words as follows, to lt "March if, "Why, yes. Tho note is signed, chewed his mustache, and refrained acknowledged before me by W, V Sheridan Curiosity was to be his act and deed. Ja K Cummins, Clerk, 'Committee of arrangements.' That Is from looking at her. by J. II. llurton, D. C " And th same as again queer, but then, your uncle Is queer." the prevailing sentiment. acknowletged before me by I 8. Owilcy, tbls day "Who Is tho bride?" whispered ono 'iVery. You will play?" to be his act and deed, aud lodged for record whereupon I have recorded tht same and this cer"To bo sure. There! Tho note is fat old lad' to another. tificate in my office "The land knows; I hain't heard." gone." Witness my hand this i8lh day of March A whin of wind snatched it from her IAS V. CUMMINS, Clerk, "Is she coming with him from the , DC ItyJ It hand, and away It went across street city?" asked a third. No ono knew. nml gardens, to flutter down nt tho The whlsticrs were nil questions. Tho tall, stately minister walked door of the village gossip, and to help very materially in carrying out tho Bedately up the aisle, and seated himself with slow dignity iusido tho plans of Jack and Jill. Only Diicct Liue Little Mivs llahsct trudged on. She altar railing. Ho looked out over his lived with her sister In tho country, assembled people with what ho eviand taught music at the academy in dently hoped to be n joyous smile, well Shortest and quickest between bmlling as the village. Sho Frankfort, Georgetown and Pnria, passed Klin wood. was master was sho no Its Mayavlllo, Oynthlunn, Oarlislo, longer a young man, and his aversion Falmouth and Covington. known. Ask for lickeu via Kentucky Midland, Trains to marrlago was well run by Central Standard Time. "I would as toon have thought of Time Tabl." Dec. jo, 1894. being asked to play ut the wedding of No, 1. No 3 No j N. ;. the man In the moon!" KAST. Miss llasset THAINS am. p m. a, m. p. m said aloud. s jo Lve Kranklort A 830 413 700 S 55 ' Klkhorn .......... 7 It 40 "Did you speak to mo, ma'am?" 440 " Stamping uround 7 it j 00 910 513 "Mr. Orlmcsl Why. sir, I thought " GccrgctonU... 7 47 J Ij 10 cm 543 so 03 .. 1 55 3 JJ 330 you were In the cltyl Oh, I beg your Arr. as. Depot 8 30 ' Paris. ......C.. 4 jo pardon! Can you forglvo that thoughtless remark?" No TRAINS WK5T. No. a. No. 4. No. 9 "I don't see how it concerns mo, p m, p ni. a, m a. m. 3 JO ma'am, if some man is fool enough to Lve Paris ....C 9 4$ is 30 marry." C. S. Pepot.....io J7 641 " Ueorgctown ti 10 40 o 4J 3 45 " Stamp'g Uround 10 30 "Hut vou are the man, sir!" honest cj 7 oj 017 " Elkhorn 140 little Miss llasset exclaimed. ..ti 16 7 o 64s 7 "J 7 IS Air rrankfkrl.A.. 1130 "1?" Unclo IJcrt's red faco grew redd, e or, acml-anuuil- We. I. M. llruce, A. U. Huffman, W. II Wear-cn.K Sheridan, foe F. Wateis, Jno. 8 Well", Ir , ami other;, lo B.C. Walton J. S. Owsley, Incorporate ami cm hereby associate and become alo ourselves, our associates and successors a body corporate, with power of perpetual succession, to sue and bi meJ, plead and be Impleaded, contract and be contracted with, to hare a corporate seal, and make, alter or amend the same at pleMure. The name olthii corporation shall be Diadem Knlghuof I'rthia. of kentucky. Stan-forand Ita principal place of business shall be Lincoln county. Kentucky. Its busmen Hcnevj-lencball be the exercise of such and Charity a It provided fot in the decor the Order of Knights laration of the principles "M ay fcalnts nrcKcrvo tho who meant to dlo and leave his wealth WHERE THE RIVER FLOWS. and his homo to his nephew and nieco. There's a music thai dwells In tbe heart of the When ho nwoko the sun was shining iitrcnm. in his face. After breakfast ho saw a And a mystery breathes In Its flow. trim little figure coming up tho walk, For I often look back, and sometimes a Rlenm I've and his very strange old heart stirred Of tho casttcs fade built will Hit to and fro, And about Itf a peculiar way. Whero tho river flows. "I left my music, or I lost it. Thank And I'vo dreamed as I'vo watched II eo flowing you; I'm so glad to get It," along Llttlo liss llasset almost hugged tho That n beautiful fairyland lay Joy. roll in her Afar, In the mist of thfl hills w here Its song and tell Is born, and I've dreamed that somo day "I'll And out all I can I'd find you. I think somo pno has been planWhere the river flows. ning n very big April fool for the whole town. Just think of tho girls decorat- Now I've traveled along by tho river for years, ing tho church, and the congregation Till I'te como close down to tho soa, often Is luujhtcr born nnd preacher waltlngl" and, In splto of And I've found thcro from tears. her duty to Unclo Hert, little Miss Like tho souks that rlso from tho mists, maybe. brown eyes twinkled, nnd her to-da- y, lias-set- 's wed-dlng- l" ij, i!-;- $ Hurt-n- Ky. Midland B'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort "J' 1 10:43 a m. Leave Krankfort 8:jo in.; arrive at Ltaiogton io:o a ra. Leave Krankfort i:jop. (3 p. m. Leave Frankfort 7am; arrive Cincinnati at Cincinnati m. ;arrW SUNDAVTRAINS. Wst Leave Georgetown 10 J7 A. M.; arrive at Krankfort 11 30 A. M. Kait Leave Kranklort 1.31 P. M , arrive at Georgetown J J P. M Leate Krankfort js p. m ; arrive Cincinnati :3 p. m. a Leave Cincinnati 7 jo a m ; irrivc Krankfort 11 mo a. m. 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LOUISVILLE, The Semi Weekly Interior Journal, And The Weekly V Courier-Journ- al Will be tent one year to any address for TC. W. P. WALTON, Addrea , 32 "And when, pray, am I to bo married?" "On Wednesday night, sir." "1 think you are a fool, ma'am." "I am, ludecul, else why do I stop here?" She lifted her little head and started on.. 'Tray, don't take oiTcnse, where nono is intended. Walt aud tell me what you know about this matter." Miss liasset turned back. "Will you como In and help me to find out who has done this?" Miss llasset went in. They talked until Mrs. lJetsy, tho very respectable housekeeper, ca.no In to say that tea was ready. After somo pressing Miss Itassct went out to tea with them, and, upon its being explained to her that Mrs. lletsy hud cut her finger while slicing thu tongue, Miss llasset consented to pour out tho tea. Unclo llert felt unusually happy. It had been long blnce any woman had taken part In his plans, and Miss Uas-shad been so Interested In trying to help him. It was cozy and pleasant to have her sit there In Mrs. lletsy's placo and chat and drink tea. Ho felt very lonely when sho was gone. On tho table ho found a queer llttlo object. It was made of morocco, and "musiquo" was stamped on It. Ho touched It with ono finger; then ho took It up. A faint, sweet odor arose from it and a cluster of withered violets fell out on tho. tloor. Unclo llcrt "pftlccd them nil up, stooping btlflly, and then pufllngllko an engine when ho straightened again. It had been long blnco ho had held a flower in his hand. Tho violets carried him back over a road that ho was not used to traveling. 110 went bade tolas boyhood, and ho thought of tho mother who had died before ho had learned Co know her worth. Ho remembered that sho hold violets in her hand tho last tiiuo ho saw her. Tears cmno to eyes that wcro strangers to them, and Unclo llert put tho flowers down to blow his nose. Mrs. Uotsy heard tho blast, and snld to tho 6tablo boy that she believed "that poro lono man was bettin' out for a right cole." Unclo Uert had strango dreams that night; vcrj' strango dreams for an old man who had never loved a woman oven in his youth, anil who hated what be called tho "whole capoodlo" of thorn now; very strango dreams for a roan ot der. "Certnlnly, sir. Have I not just been asked to play tho wedding march at your wedding?" "l THINK YOU AUK A FOOL, MA'AM." suited to tho happy occasion. Over his head swung tho enormous calla Illy that was supposed to suggest the "marriage bell." Jill covered her faco with both hands. Jack coughed. Even the organist was waiting with her eyes on the church door. The "relations" sat In a gloomy row, disapproval on every face. And now tho organist turned her eyes quickly from tho door to her notes, nnd her fingers fell upon tho keys with a nervous crash that brought Jack utmost to his feet. Then ho and Jill looked nt each other. Hut tho music struggled on, and a vcr fine ear and n very good memory might havo recognized tho great master's wedding march. Unclo Hert was coming hlowly, but surely, up tho aisle, and llttlo Miss Hassot was bcsldo him, her small, gloved hand on his arm, and tho plumes of hor pretty, gray hat touching his shoulder! Tho minister mot them, and tho ceremony began. And n Jack nnd Jill gazed with big, horror-strickecj-e- Smiles grew on the faces of tho people us they realized that llttlo Miss Hassot was tho bride. Hut despair claimed Jack and Jill for its own. Neither spoke until they were safe in Jill's parlor. Jill. "What havo wo doncl" wailed poor "We've got a tumble, Jill, just as I predicted." "It's your fault, Jack. I do wish yon had never thought of such a foolish tmug. I date bay your clumsy bungling did it all. I never will trust you agalu as long as I llvol" "I'm awfully sorry, but don't you re- your folly." "And havo I lost you also, Jill?" very gravely. Jill turned to him, smiling through her tears. "No, Jack; 'Damo Jill had tho job to plaster his knob.' I'll try to make up for It somehow. It wns my fault, after all, and, Jack, it has cured mo. I shall never get you into mischief again. Hut wo won't let anybody know." Mary Wilson, in Housekeeper. member " "No, I don't remember a single thing. We've lost Elmwood, just by Bwcllin' goes down. "Tho plzen of a rattlcsnako Is whlto. He has two sharp teeth, like a cat's claw, In his upper jaw, that lay flat hidden under llttlo sacks when he ain't mad, so't ho can yank in a frog That float or a bird with his other tcetli without Whcro tho river flows. using Ills fangs at all. If he couldn't, Uut thero nro tears, sometimes, ero the laughof course he'd never get anything to ter dies; eat but what's ptzoncd, nnd that would There's u wceful shnko of tho head, kill him as quick as It would anything For somo paM down whero the water sighs, And all piss out with tho dead else. When he gits mad the first thing To the soa he does is to coil himself up, and then Whcro tho river flows. he can strike two-al- l irds of his length. Walter M. Ilazeltlno. In Housekeeper. He will hit as high as he can reach, and his jaws wide open, like striking RATTLESNAKES' PARADISE. a thing with tho palm of your hand. His fangs are as sharp as a necdlo, but Southern Arizona Is tho Reptile's they won't go through thick leather, and, if they go through clothes, parFavorlto Brooding Ground. ticular wool, the chances Is tho plzen will be sucked up by tho wooL IUght Experiences of "nattier Jim" UaTla, the along the under side is a groove, and Moat Celebrrtterl Snake Killer or tho when the fang goes in it presses down Koothwet IlrHracj- of Whisky on the pizen bag at its roots, and that aa an Autldote. squirts the juice right around the fang. Thero is no locality in tho union, It will throw tho pizen as far as three feet." so Prof. Henry Palmer, of tho Smith"Can they bite when not colled?" sonian institution says, that Is so nat"Hlte any time; but they can't sock breeding-grounrattle-snak- o ural a for the tho Crotalus horridus as their teeth in so deep. No, they ain't southern Arizona. Similar authority as many people bit around hero as a Is quoted to the effect that there Is man would think, but onct in awhile scarcely a more venomous reptile In somebody gets bit. I was bit onct I the country than the bloated rattler was hauling freight with a bull team of this region. Tho rocks of the from Maricopa to Tombstone, and mountains nnd foothills are a heavy amongst my stuff 1 had five barrels of yellow and gray color, aud the soil Is whisky for the Arcade saloon at Tucso nearly tho hues of a rattler that a son. Comln' along down towards Arsnake can move slowly along and be royo Soco I camped one evening early hardly perceived by a person fifty feet whcro thero, was plenty wood and away. The hot, dry air, and the warm, grass, nnd I see a little spring branch sandy enrth, through at least ten trlcklln' by tho spot, and I kuowed the months In the year, and the Immense spring was not far off. I turned out quantity of small birds and ground my stock, built a fire, and went to the squirrels in the mountain canyons and spring to get a drink of water. I seo brush, all combine to make life for the spring there in amongst the lavvy rattlesnakes iu this region one of rare rocks, and I kneeled down on all fours case and, comfort for many n long year. to drink. I am the biggest liar on Thero are literally tens of thousands earth, partner, if 1 didn't put my right of rattlers In tho sage b ush and chap- hand dow.i v. ithiu six inches of arral along the edge of the southern the biggest rattler I ever seejlny-ithere all coiled up, just ready to Arizona war.tcs. Thoy grow to enormous size, and it is common to read in strike, with his tail straight up in the the local newspapers of this part of air jist a whlzzln', ho was that mad. He was thinkin', I guess, that I was tho territory Items of news of the of rattlesnakes five and six feet goln' to catch him. I was that paralong and with fourteen and fifteen lyzed that I hadn't enough benso to rattles. Localities and objects of na- jerk my hand up, and he hit mo a fair ture all over tho territory have been lick right on the wrist. When I see I named from tho serpents. Thero nro was bit, aud well bit at that, 1 grabbed a rock and I pounded that suako into rattlesnake canyons, rattlesnake Then I begnn rattlesnake creeks, rattlesnake a thousand pieces mountains and rattlesnake gulches. thinkin' what was best to do with myOver at Maricopa an old fellow has self. I put a chaw of tcrbaccer on the named his dispensary of intoxicants wound. ,1 had learned that suckln' after the most venomous American the wound I was good, if 3011 had sound snakes, and " liattlesnake Koost," teeth, but knowed that would never painted in clumsy letters, stands iu do for me, as my teeth was about half of 'em good. Mighty few people here bold relief over the door. The bast informed man in regard to have good teeth, I am here to tell you rattlers In this part of tho territory is poor I cookln' and plug tcrbaccer. acknowedged to be Jim Davis. He is Well, thought of the whisky. I had years old, and has one barrel of good stuff for Hilly about sixty-fivon the border of civilization for Flynn, that bossed tho big ditch in lived fifty years. Ho Is one of the large them days when the mines was flush, army of mon who were eternally de- and I had a holo already bored in tho moralized by the gold booms In Cali- top of tho barrel and had been liittin' fornia years ago, and became relegated her a lick along the road when the to a independent and sperrlt moved me. I broke off a few way of getting his liv- rye grass straws that growed up by ing by using his gun nnd by traveling the spring, and I laid at that bung-hol- e and sucked whisky till I thought across the mountains and over the valMy mammy never leys with a blanket and a skillet across 1 would bust his back. Everyone says that for un- whipped mo for hold in' my breatli. adulterated snake Information thorc's Then I drawed some in a tin cup and mixed it with sugar and mint mint no one llko "Rattler Jim." "Do I know much about rattle- growed wild thero. I didn't want to snakes?" said the old raau as he sat drink too much, and I wanted to drink tipped back In a chair, sucking a vile a plenty, you know. I felt like I corncob pipe, in a saloon in Henson, could cat a box full of rattlesnakes, A. T., the other day. "You bet yer rattles and nil. Then I knocked under, life I know a thing or two about 'em. laid down under my wagon, and went I've killed thousands of 'em. I've been to sleep. 1 woke up next morning horc in this snake country just close fresh as a daisy, and went on about years, and never my business. The pizen never took onto twenty-fou- r have been out of it-- 1 could sit all effect on mo nt all. "Then there was Tom Shuck. Ho night and keep telling you something new every minute about rattlesnakes. was camped up on Illue creek, holdin' I a band of horses thcro to get them Goahl how I hate tho varmints. never miss trying to kill 'em off, but used to the range. He was about sevemiles from Henson. One it's about useless tryln' to clear out nty-five this yere country of rattlers. They night ho wns out gotherin' somo sage breed so darned easy. Every female brush to throw on the fire, and he felt rattler is good for thirty or forty rat- something prick him on the hand, and tlesnakes a year, so I've about given he thought he had grabbed a hold of a up tryln' to do anything more at suake briar, aud paid no more attention to it It hurt awful that night He had klllin'. "This Is the dryest year we've had in to git up 'fore day, and he kuowed a a long time In tills end of the territory, rattler must have bit him. He took and It's an awful season for snakes. It some paper from his pocket and tried is so dry and we have had terrible hot to write his will. Tom had money with coin. weather since May. These here locust yes, ho was jest bugs are all over the country, and they He couldn't write. He managed to get buzz just like the rattlers. Whenever tho best horse In his band saddled and I'm out hunting and kick a bush n bridled, aud he rid him through to whole swarm of locusts, buzzln' for nil Henson by noon. The doctor cured they're worth, como flying out Their him, but it was a mighty close call. "Old man Johnson (Tin Cup Johu-sosingiu' puts me off my guard, because I can't hear the rattlesnakes a rattlin'. they used to call him) and his I'm most afraid to hunt at all now, for boy, Feather Leg Willie, went out one you know it's just about certain sure day after a load of juniper, and they death for an old white man like me to see the dog tree a rabbit in a cleft of get Arizona rattlesnake venom in his' rocks. Tho old man wanted to get the body at the end of a long summer. I'd rabbit, so lie recti his hand in the hole rather be shot plumb through tho chest after him, and his hand was too big. any day than to take chances ou He felt somethlu' scratch him in the. pullln' through a pizeniu by a desert ban'. So ho tells Joe to rech In. Joe rattler, when ho Is puffed up plumb full he rcch in for Mr. Rabbit, und a ratof pizen as they aro now. At some tlesnake nniled him quick. The old seasons of the yenr there ain't any- man sucked his hand where the snake ies' creased him, and wenton nfter his where near as much danger from load of wood. Hut Feather Legs came "Hut Arizona rattlesnakes ain't near back home and lay nt the p'int of death. so dangerous in some ways as them They saved him on whisky, and now used to be back in the mountains of he breaks out In blue blotches every Pennsylvania nnd Ohio. The desert time dog days como around. rattlers are fat and lazy. They ain't "Indians used to put the plzen on got no fight in 'em. They ain't got no their arrow heads when they went on real mcauuoss iu 'em. As a general a fightln' expedition. They'd tie a thing the Arizona crawler will set up chunk of fresh meat on the end of a a rattle and slide off in tho rocks or stick, and go where rattlesnakes are brush. Horses, cattle and sheep know thick around these gopher or prairie that rattle as well as a man. Some- dog holes. Then they'd whip the snako times thoy get bit. but that is only with a switch and let him bite that It ain't meat until it was rank pizen, rub their when tlx-- tread on - ' r ' i spikes in the meat, and then set up in t i :,i:t the sun to dry Speakin' generally, a t' . ivo, l A v ! ' .' - " ' r t !.' "! "ako is like whisky let him r ' ' 1 en d he'll let you alone." Olobe-- l ' i . 1 r . .1 , d n' snake can't hit him. A hog will kill 'cm, too, and n snake's poison don't hurt n fat hog. I have seen many a dog that would kill any rattlesnake he'd coincacrost- - Ho gotsblt.of course, sometimes, but w'enever he's bit you may notice that he'll go off away from tho house and stay two or three days. He's doctorin' hisself then. He lays in tho mud nnd water, and when anlujin Is bit he docs pretty much tlm same. Ho will put mud on tho bite or jls' go and lay In the fresh mud until the 0 Ephemeral. Tho tnll creature's red nose might havo been tho result of tight lacing, but, 3 in- that Is another story. "After nil," sho was musing, "If we win a nnmo It lasts but a day." Glorious red hair fell In n rrnlrlnn flrwvl over tho shoulders which tho short, stout vision shrugged, but that Is likewise an extraneous narrative. "Yes," the latter rejoined. "Thcro seems to be no such thing as permanency about marriage." then stopped with a whirring noise. Detroit Tribune. A Thcormulu clock ticked loudly and ebriate. "Are you drunk?" "You bet." "Then move off from here." "Aro you drunk?" queried .the l.olrnl Inehrlnte, "No, I am sober," was tho Indignant response. "Then you can move off from hero a blamed sight easier than I can." Texas Sittings. The Cause of the Trouble. Upon three mitdens Cupid onoe his choicest orrows tried, Dut cv'ry heart of marble seemed to thrust his dnrts aside. Your lovers all aro poor," they said, "and so our hearts are cold. So run away and mako your future shafts ot solid gold. Yoifre far behind the times, we think, and most uncommon stupid The god of lovo we heed mus t be a flu de kiecle Cupid!" Truth. CAUSE JOY. enp-tur- o Uncle Hemus What's de mattah wlf yo Itufus? Itufus De doctah says I's got do scarlet fevah, an' must'n goto school fo n month. N. Y. Herald. Unfair Competition. s, Customer Fifty cents for filling this Why, nt the drug store prescription? down the street they charged me only a That's all it's worth at They put about four cents' worth of drugs in the bottle nnd then fill it up with water. I put In the same drugs and fill tho bottle with the finest aqua pura. Thanks. Anything elbe? Chicago Tribune. Druggist quarter. that btore, ma'nm. e devil-may-car- Reducing the Surplus. Tinn Halloa, Tagg, what's that sign on your front door: "No admittance except on business"? Tagg Thero havo beeu bo many young men calling on my daughters, and their visits have been so fruitless, thut I hnve adopted thU plan to reduce tho surplus. Spare Moments. Her Promt Imperlonaneas. e, happy-go-luck- y Twomley Did you notice that the duchess of Dtfdbroke, who was an American girl of humble origin, has all the superciliousness of the caste she married into? Fadderton She has, sho has I She used to bo a servant In a suburban family. Puck. Katarallr. Mills I arette, do you? Stranger No, Indeed; in fact, I them very strongly. Mills Really; you surprise me. you n physician? N. Y. World. don't see any hnrm In a cigto Aro Stranger No; I'm an undertaker. Hotter Thau a Mastiff. (with minute canine) Pop gave my big sister this dog to keep tho men away. Playmate Wot's tho good o' that lit tle bit of a mite? Boy When tho men seo sister kissing it, they go away. Good News. Bo3' Small Distinction. Lawyer Then I understand you to swear, witness, that the parties came to high words? Witness No, sir; wot I say Is, the s. words were particularly low. Tit-Hit- n, night. The Superiority of Woman. Ada Men are so slow! It took him nearly two hours to propose to mo last Helen And how long did it take you to accept him, dear? Ada Just two seconds! Puck. That Is So. Miss Oldacro (who has still got skittish ways) Isn't it sad, captain, when a woman perceives that she's grown older? Tho Captain Yes; but It's more sad when she doesn't perceive it. Judy. "Is your new I .a. J.ln Not Like Home at All. t.I.-.- t. Loic-llko?- " i:cv " ',.:: 11 ? Judge. "Great Scott! no; tho meals are very good and on timo always." Chicago Inter Ocean. Her Experience. Do you think ITo (who won'iJ"pop") ' marriage is a failuro, then? . Sho (who wishes ho would) Er, no but courtship is! Brooklyn Life. Kept the Serpent Oat. Cora Whero could St. Patrick havo done raoro good than in Ireland? Merritt In tho garden of Eden. Some Men' Salllshneas. Some men aro too selfish even to 1 - 1 take 1 1 care of themselves. Atchison Globe. ,:? AyAyAyMyMyAyi jjtMi-WEEKL- Y Interior Journal 1 I Stanford. Kv., - - A mil 5, 1895 E. C. Walton, Business Manager AiWAfa&SsgV. ikaJefc-L?s - WTEn Tfli ny Ji j.. BREED BIG CARRIAGE HORSES. "1 ( V The Demand For Them I llriskcr Thnn Ever". Stf i kcon domand for horses of tho coaching or carriago typo. English nnd Scotch AN AMERICAN HORSE. buyers, French and Gorman buyer, travel? or Two ltorMa ltrlonnli'B In the IMctumt Meandering Milco Well, mostly on Notable Kentucky St nil Ion of a l'ait Now York and other eastern city buyllrltlsh ItojAt Family. ers havo all been quietly but constantly foot, ns It gives mo a better chnnco to Qucuu Victoria lias ahrnya boon disA horso breeding farm on Long Isup ovory tlcsirablo horso of this pick up things ns I go along. Truth. tinguished ns n successful livo stock picking land is going into tho business extoii class that prcsonted itsolf during tho breeder. Her fat bullocks ami heavy past yoar. As business men theso buymeans so .much more thani roil tic. slvolyof building up nu AinuricnmAra-binswiuo frequently tako premiums nt tho ers very uaturally wish to purchoso as "Madam," began tho mnn who beof blood. Tho design Is to fyou imagine btrain serious anu shows and agricultural fairs. At her cheaply as possible, but it is an opon lieves In mild means of attaining his mako driving and carriago horses nnd principal homo, Windsor castle, nro 6ecrot that if tho horso is only good ends, "I do not doubt that your shoes trotter. Tho onterprlso was. begun by r fatal diseases rcsuic irom birds and boasts of many kinds, a regu- enough possessing tho sizo, tho form, nro such dainty littlo things that you importing pnro bred Arabians and crosstrilling ailments neglected. havo to wenr a great big hut to mako ing thorn upon tho best Kentucky blood, lar mouagorie, in short Don't play with Nature's tho quality and tho action desired Tho Priuco of Wales has gomo livo vory lmudsomo prices, and in somo in- up tho average, but you nrc uncon notably tho Morgan nnd CIny families. greatest gilt health. stock. Although Albort Edward has stances extravagant pricos, nro boing got sciously shutting off nil my view oi Tho Messenger aud Black Hnwk strains American-tho stage" If you are fetlinp aro also woll represented iu theso ; for them, prices that would seem out ol sorts. esic , I declare, I Arabian "Goodness graciousl animals. y anu Ktneranjr to tho nverago breeder of : didn't ten cm- - I was unnovlmr von. I'll nausicti, nenous, Ono of tho finest of tho old Kentucky horses. tnlco It off right nt once." Cincinnati sires is shown in our illustration, Honry hac no appfnjo or,, ami cant Now, assuming that thoso good prices Tribune. begin aiontcClay hlmsolf. All tho families mentionaro obtained ou account of tho scarcity most reus-- , ItiRtlie ed, tho Clay, Messenger, Dlack Hawk , Ihinlich. He lnriieil of this class of horses, tho question nattie iirenRineniiiK mtulcliir.wiiicnii Teacher Yes, children, tho hairs of urally arises, Why this scarcity? How mown s iron ters. A lew wh comes it that with tho multitudinous our bends nro all numbered. tics cure oencn y Smart Hoy (pulling out n hnlr nnd hordes of almost ovory concolvablo kind comes liom incj It) Well, what Is tho numery first uue-- u a, of equiucs which meet ns on all hands presenting : many of whom nro "fearfully and ber of this hnlr? ttttk, am! take! Teacher Number one, Johnny, nnd woudorfully mado" " - aro really so plcajsul to sSssi ''iTs? k hBSBSw JbB (pulling out several more) theso nro few specimons fit for carriago purposes? numbers two, three, four, five nnd six. yw -- .CW Tho problem Is on interesting aud highAnything else you want to know? DUKE OF YORK. ly important ono to consider aud docs Smnrt Roy No no, sir. Player nnd mother in not by any moans reflect favorably on Dvsnepsla, Kidney and Liver T novor beon eo famous as his , tho livo stock breeding line, yet tho our ability and intolligeuco as brooders. Sportsman. Neuralgia, Troubles, horso hero shown belongs to him and is ' Constipation Bad Blood lie Hail Hail r.nnugh. In conversation with somo foreign BEST FOR 5HIKT5. in it3 way no slouch. Sympathetic Old Gcntleumn (nfter buyers at tho Chicago stockyards Nervous ailment Malaria, IIKNUYCLAY. Perhaps Walos, with tho sonso of huthc PROCTcn a oamolc co cintj. I culled tho following facts viz: tho shindy) Why, my good man, you Women's complaints. i mor uppermost, named this horso for That tho demand for certain kiuds of are frightfully used up! Will you not and Morgan, dorlvo their ondnronco and teJ Hct onlvtl e Ettiulne It has crossed sub-1 All others are high spirit from tho Arabian blood his son and successor, thoDukoof York. American horses is bettor than over; sue your nntngonlst for dnmnge? lines on tne wrapper !Ds)h.orxi. ... Kl3tHIl MT f. rir,lnl tt I'n7r f iToolo fwittlnir blood from his fuce) whence, thoy aro dosconded. Through a At any rate, Duko of York is tho uamo that prico cuts littlo figuro if only tho will semi srt of Ten ftcautltul World'al Damage, Is It? Ilegorrn, wld tho loss ' century of horso generations it has de- ' Pair Vlcwt ami hook-lt- ce. of tho hnudsomo and showy haokney horses nro good enough; that tho ones ' DROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, Ma I will go to any place where there are six or Btallion in tho illustration. Tho dnko is which best fill tho bill aro produced in nv an ear an' two teet', an wnn av mo ' scended. Hcury Clay was ono of tho sore cattle to lehorn. I do the work with the as hnudsomo and spirited looking ns various different ways somo from trot- oj'es hnlf gouged out d' ycz think 01 colts of tho famous Lady Surrey that Lightnlrg Dehoruer. Can dehorn any cow In three seconds. The knife makes a clean, smooth somo of tho hackneys imported into tho ting bred sires, somo from hackneys and hoven't damage enough, sor? Judge raced with Flora Temple, cut, decs not crush nor break the horn, as the Uuitod States by members of our Amer: : Beautiful ns Uwury Clay was, thoro other imported coach breeds, whilo somo does, it If the only humane way lode clipper A ISurnl Arithmetician. horn Does not punish the animal like the sat, ican nobility and roiguing.fnmllio9. Ho of tho very best in point of quality havo nro still liorses in Kentucky ns hnud"I sec by this here paper," wild tho and the wound gets well as quick again as that is dark chestnut in color. Ho strctchos a largo infusion of thoroughbred blood. deacon, "thnt Molly Splnlcs Is gono tin' somo and ns full of spirit. Tho picture made by the saw. For further information, call on G. A. PEYTON, Stanford, Ky. his hind logs back with tho best. shows, too, that wo havo had for gen- HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Jt is of conrso only natural to suppose got married to n count. V rot. ovk See the Lightn'ng Pruning Hook. It would tako a strain of tho imagi- that in a country so vast as ours, with wife, erations in America honses as fino In "So I've beam," replied his ll o the t erple ol Weit Offers nation to picturo good, stout, old Queen mares of such oxtromoly varied types "but I don't seo why hho didn't stay ory respect ns nny of tho Imported hnckof Coffins and Cstcr Counties, Vio riding on horseback, and it would and qualifications, no ono stallion or home and marry Rill; he's purty good neys mm cioveinun nays ho mucn juri coin CaiVeti alay on hand.f stock anil require a still greater strain on tho part ono breod will givo uniformly good re- at Aggers, nil' kin count well ns nny of hns lieen mado about. Rut wo hnvo not I). M. Carpcutir, MnKr. t! to go around, nnd horso that could carry her, yet it sults. This, In my opinion, is why of tho had enough of them Constitution. 'em.r Atlanta is a'fact that her gracious majesty was many otherwiso intelligent brooders thnt was tho troublo. Wo want enough busio most graceful rider. Not Her Fault. ouco of tho best horso blood to admit of tho NATIONAL BANK havo becomo discouraged in tho Her favorito riding maro, Jessie, is ness bv want of success, whereas tho He What! More money? Why, your scrubs being shot for thoir hides and or STANFORD, KY. still kopt in groat stato at Windsor primary fault layiu thoir own inability extravagance makes my hnlr stnnd on bones, as lias been occasionally dono in is still trotted out to soo her royal to discrimiuato and mako tho proper end. tho west lately. Capital Stock She Makes your hair htund on end? connection. . you Hog Wisdom. Surplus For instance, a farmer has two brood Well, It ain't my fault thnt your uiu't hair conof bald headed. If you wero At tho Missouri Bwino brooders' mares, both good individuals, but Atuolioo of Iht public is invited to the f at t Sift- Stanford Hank vention tbo valuablo points brought out that ibis is the only National Nationalin llaak quito different types. Ho breeds them wouldn't stand on end. Texas Under the proTialoot of th imtii tn a certain trotting bred horse ings. were as follows: ars sccursd aot "sir by ths capital A small number of pigs nt tho first nock, but by ths stockholders' hsbllily lor SB Mpplnr It In the lluit. with perhaps a good roputatiou. One amount qoil to the stock, so Ibat depoutars at raises a good colt, tho other 'rathor an Dick Dareleigh You ought to bo the farrow cnuso a failure iu tho develop- this Initiluuonaie tscurtd by a fund of !m,ooo. of inferior one. Ho soils tho dam of tho happiest of fathers. You have n Ik'.iu-tlf- ment of a sufllcleut number of tents, ro rive sworn lUtencats theUiecondiUon of ths bsak totsia-msUuittd For a.. ,. daughter that everybody admires. that subsequent litters will not bo sup- are mads each ysaitoare ssamlasd Statss times latter, aud tho now owner broods her to at staled and itsaiseti Yes; and plied with milk for tho wholo number bycoTsrnracnt sgsnU, thus securing additnoaa Old Gruffpop (sardonically) n good hacknoy, wo shall say, and oblefresbing Bath, Hot or Gold, depositors. tains a carriago horso. .Now, whoro tho pretty soon, I suppose, I shall bo hav- of pigs. Ono speaker suggested tho plan aid ptrftct ufsty tooriginally tsubllsnsd as the Thu intutulioa. to boot. N. of borrowing pigs from somo othor sow Dtpoiit llsnk of Stanford la 1I3S, then A stylish Hair TrimlorlCUan Shave, go to failod tho second easily suc- ing a would-bfirst maro ol Stanford In the National iu order that ngood development might usd asrt.orgsaiied asllaak Kirn National iS) and ceeds, and this knowledgo of how to Y. World. llaak ol the again Oook & Farmer's Barber Shor bo secured for a particularly fino how. Slanlord in iSIt, hat had practically an oalDttr- or blend certain individuals to "nick" YlCTOniA'S R1DINO MARE. or Wealth. Miseries oeticr A. 0. Lanheo As to tho care needed for a brood sow, ruptsdsiiitcDCSoMt yean. Illsbunns iuppuo John B. Castlemao. a desired result is tho highest atprompt now with laclUtUs for transacting .mistress occasionally. Tho lato Princo obtain aim of tho scientific breedor. Dinks There is a man who can af was agreed that this should begin ly and liberally than ever btfors In its long and it tainable overcoat on a Brown and this maro Albert, John to hang his Accounts of corporations, timo before farrowing. Good food, honorable carstr. ladividuali resptctfutly soUc- this knowledgo or inspiration ford 61ms and instead of suspending somotoo much corn, plenty of oxorclne, havo probably shared a larger por- Without not breeders only work In tho dark. ing It from a null In the wall. tion of tho queen's affections than any our operations aro haphazard and in Tti Directory ol this Bank is composed ol good quarters. Tho sow should bocomo Winks How do you know? other creatures. Jossio is now 27 years Thoir expected Forestas Keid, Llncola county ; Most of used to tho placo whoro sho highest degreo uncertain. Rinks Ills overcoat Is humpbacked. Lltcolnj old. Old as sho is, it is quito likely her tho discouragements and hoartburuings to farrow romo weeks before. After tho S.T. Harris, Lincoln; tho N. Y. Weekly. royal mistress will survlvo her. j II. Collier, farrowing caro should bo taken not to breeders havo experienced in Vhich J. W. Hsyden,Stan!or, Analogous. LIVERPOOL,. feed too mtHi nt firt-t- Olvo wholcsomo years aro only tho natural result of S.H.HaJlh-1Winter Uro Stock Not. of knowledge Student Isn't It strnngo that meters diet bran, ronn si . imt too rich Tho days rapidly lengthen during this mistaken ideas or n want mating. Just .. and feet aro used as a measurement of diot, for t'...0" t cold tho weather &CASTLEMAN month, and however feels tho pleasant of tho proper essontials of of feed Is ' I gas as well as poetry? bo bron"''t :i as a woll balanced ration may bo tbo farmer development Not at all. Gas first came eat prrp - : tr Professor to tho highest MANAGERS, ossurauco that tho timo when darkness physical framo, Into general uso nbout tho timo that Wlied! i U. , McKlnney; lasts longer than tho light must soon bo of tho young nnimal's balanced judg- modern mngnzlno poetry became preva- were t : Commerce Building', Loui3ville Her, Mt. Vtraoa docs not grow any- so an experienced, well past Tho farmer requisito knowl- lent, Drooklyn Life. M 'T I Agents throughout the South thing in winter, but tho florist and mar- ment, coupled with tho brooding, is rert, Caihicr; Coal i .1 find in tho lengthening edgo of tho scionco of McKinney, Atuttant CiSllsr. ket gardouer I'ractlcal Application. of success in ', also k.i t 77. A. TBXBBLS, Local Agfont days that it is easior to niako healthful quired to mako any kind of tho domand Mrs. Workdny I do llko to seo a oint"ir it days grow longer. Plenty that Hue. Tho question man. growth as tho STlNKORD, KY. . itsolf into tho strong, determined Co of heat can bo maintained in tho days for coach horses resolves Mr. Workday (straightening) So do call.'"- ' roynl ! sunlight is Ecarcest, but it does following: whou I, my denr. First. That coachors nro wanted and Or STANFORD, KY., not niako vigorous, healthful growth. Mrs. W. John, tho coal scuttlo Is Melt, !. rubbii:, lifo woso observed iu nil human probability will continuo empty. Pearson's Weekly. No doubt if animal Is now fully orjoiied,'md ready far business with for many rating ;. as closely as tho gardouer observes his to bo wanted, at good figures, - - ) Up to Date. A. tho pon- up Capital of - - $200,000. tho advantago of increasing vn.irs to couio. vegetables Don't "sing it gone of sixpence," 're ' pvtro Paid Wlllj.'') . . That thoy aro today tho only Second. sunlight would bo equally obvious. Tho '2i 000. a small amount; That's such l tc Surplus, . ' which tho ? In lentil t brooding animals ought to bo kept out kind of horso in America for Hut sing a soni; of millions, i ho kept r i . tho supply. givo to i. COPYRIGHTS. l'or thai will buy a count. of doors during a part at least of oach demand is greater than gavo SUCCCSSOK to TIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL t ethers Urooklyn Life. . For a it by tho U.r-Third. That tho production of such CAN I OIsTATN A PATENT? write to Buuohiuy day. If this rulo wero observed, JJANK OK STANKOKD, prompt answer and an honest opinion, u:t.i irom its use. very uatUfncUty horses offors probably better prospects had nearly fifty ycara' MUNN df CO., who hare thoy would bo less affected by disoaso A CHEAT WAY TO KAISE HINDS. experience In the patent business. Communlca-tlon- s of any othor Now dosing up) with th same moll and undii strictly confidential. A Handbook of Inthan tho most carefully sholterod stock of remuneration than that To ICnUo l'rlro Hcotrs. ihe lint managmcnt. formation concerning l'ntentn and bow to obkind of livo stock. By is now liablo to bo. chutcr, depositors are al tbem sent free Also a catalogue of mechantain Tho way I handled tho cattlo which fully provisions ofas litate depositors in Niticnal Btylo, sizo and protected Fourth. That quality, ical and sclentlflo books sent free. A cornstalk diet, to which somo com Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive 85. (55 on tho Chicago mariharcholdtrs being held Individually Uanki, iu mado about qualifications yfTi&lr lrt'"''iw'' apodal notice In tho Helen llo Aiticrirnn, and on tho oar is added occasiouolly, makes action aro indispensable the ol tht amount itoca aro ket Deo. 21 was an follows: Thoso wero liaolc to at thecitentvalue thsreol, in of their to th teas cost brought widely before the publicpaper, par addition therein splendid very good feed for cows bearing young of good coach horses. to the Inventor. This a on tho Chicago markot last amount invested In such shares. It tnsy acta bought taaned weekly, elegantly Illustrated, bas by far tho Fifth. That with tho material which and duo to calvo in tho spring. This work In Unrest circulation of any scientificsent f reo. tbo March and April nnd cost $:i. 10 per 100 catcutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully M tho an individual. world. S3 a year, framnle copies year. Single) tho bowels reasonably laxativo, this country already possesses and keeps Building Rdltlon. monthly. tlM a To thot who entrusted their buisinesi to a laid down at homo. They wero a strictmating, feeding, -copies, 'iti cents. Every number contain; and thero is less likelihood of fovcr to requisito'knowlcdgo in Uank il whiU mnaglng the Lincoln ly good drovoof cattle, mado good gains Stanlord, w w here ttnderour Nationalthanks and horsos plates. In colors, and photographs of new many enabling builders to show tbo parturition difficult aud danger- handling and fitting such flold forthoro mako feoasoa. with plans, good sollcrs. Thoy wore fed trust they will continu to traniact their buimea nnd woro tho secure contracts. Address is today a most profitablo latent designs andMEW VOIIK, ous when its timo conies than if tho n guarantee for COm HVXH 301 IJUOAUWAT. very littlo corn nnd fodder until Iho lRt with ui, offering ai atwenty yea.' prompt atta-tio-la Amorlca. to same, our eipcneoce is fed ou hay. Wo knew an old farmers and horso breeders of May. Thon tho corn was taken off banking and as liberal accommodations ai are of Alex Galbralth in Horseman. farmor who said ho mado it a praotico with sound banking. entirely, and thoy ran on good bluo grass to givo each cow for ot least two weeks Stock Points. clover pasture through tho summon nnd Livo DiHtcroni: boforo calving a dozen nubbins of corn I had intended to put thorn on corn tho J J. Williams, Mt.Vtmon; Thoro was n fearful glut of inferior eaoh day to insuro oasy and safo parAND 1st of Soptomber, but our fall grass was Chicago Union stockyards . H, Shanks, fc'unfoid; turition. In a long exporiouco his cows sheep at tho seems as if nil tho fag ouds yWJ ' fino, and thooattlo looked to bo doing ns L 0"w year. It J. S. Owsley, Stanford; nover gavo any troublo at this timo, last woll as thoy could bo mado to do, so I S J. Kmbry, Stanford; a and tags of sheep ought to bo about sold whilo thoso who did not mako this 5. J. B, Owsley, Stanford; Farmer nardwear How much will hold tho corn off until Oct. lightI 'thon praotico had cows which suffered from off by this timo. food J. X. Cash, Stanford) Tim Tr.tkohnor coach horso of Gor- - you charge ter telegraph my son $300 commenced giving thorn n increasod Ho was vory caked bag and milk fover. William Gooch, Stanlord; onco ft day ou tho grass and 10 to 17 hands at college? Bare that fooding tho corn in tho car raauy is very largo, from A. W. Carpenter, MlUeJgevilU, tho feed slowly until I got tliom up ton Operator Two dollars. responsible for his sue- - high and weighing 1,200 to 1,100 was what was W. II. Currrnini, I'retchrisil'a Gosh, thet'a pock. to tho Btoor. Parmer Hard wear haudsomo, spiritSOLD TO pounds. Ho is a very ). II. Shanks, President, cess. Exchange. Tho grass boihg fino I hold thorn nt tho f3. Send it quick aa clieap. Yer's ALL POINTS: ed animal. Or. J. U. Owsley, Cashier, that till about tho 10th to tho ICth of W'M.UriKht.Telcr Varying Weight of Beef Cattle. City Oil company nt At- lightnln'. Chicago Record. Tho Gato OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, whou I began to incroaso November, Tho Dritlsh Dairy Farmers' associa- lanta is going heavily into tho cattle All On Wsty. nlJ thoir food until 'I got thorn to about WISCONSIN, Portland. San Francisco. tion iasuo a useful summary of their fattening business. Thrco thousand cat-tlno Since I havo been studying oat onco n day, still lotting somo timo palmistry I havo examined tho hands thoy would I8t)4, from yfhich wo ..To tie. were bought in tho west "transactions" in scat. MISSOURI, KANSAS, thom run on good blun grass, just gather that tho mean livo weight of tho Binco to bo fattonod on cottonseed hulls of over fifty young ladles. tering tho corn on tho pasture, about north to COLON ADO, NEBRASKA, Shorthorns at thoir shows for tho last and ollmeal, and then shipped Sho And what did you find out? s of a bushr of corn nnd ono Ho That they all had negative temfouryoars. including that just closod, bo slaughtered. Tho booves aro to bo ..Via The. third of shock corn. I fed thorn in thnt CALIFORNIA, ARKANSAS, has variod singularly littlo. Thero is a scattored among tho company's oil press- peraments. Drooklyn Life. wayuutil thoyworoBhippod. Thoywero TEXAS, not incroaso of uino pounds on tho four ing mills at various points. It is on food, ns yon will sco,"froin Oct C to They Do. years. Jerseys show only two pounds that tho cost of fattening per hoad you think of this Doc, 23, tho day of chipping just 78 Watts What do S0DTH-WEohaugo, but Guernseys get heavier every will bo 10 cents a day, and that tho BE WEST, N05TH-WES- 7, In days and mado n gain of over 600 year, and tho iucreaso from 1800 is a operation will tako from two to threo idea that thero aro medical virtues pounds and did it principally on good CLASS music? r.NtwAUUIT. CHICUO'RTf.lrV FIRST CLASS. SECOND mean 110 pounds per animal, a big" months. Potts I believe It. Lots of theso new bluo grass. Gainos Groeuo iu BreedAND EMIGRANT TICKETS. change. Ayrshiros havo similarly gono Only Dining Car Route Krom Tho nverago prico for leof cattlo was popular airs make mo sick. Indianapo- er's Guzotto. upfrom 1,010 to 1,153 pounds, but 2C cents lower on tho hundred for 1894 lis Journal. -T- HE BEST ROUTE TO THE Whon a horso will not oat his food, havo gono down, and thero nra than for lS0!i. oxnmlno his tooth nnd soo if thnro is not no definite chauges in Red Polls (Norfolk Voa Eer Try This, tllrls? Did Corn is lacking in nsh oloments, nnd cattle) or in Kerries. Tho last named thoroforo is not good to feed nlono to Eating onions "quito often Bomothing wrong with them. A horso'B WUHAN VESTIiULED COACHES, Jess teelh occasionally wear off sharp nnd DIIIIHB CRi vary a good deal, but thoro seems no 81FEPIMB AND cituscs me to get a good night's sleep. growing nnimnls. Elegant Pullman Vestlbuttd thin and tear tho skin of his checks aud regular tcudenoy toward reduced or inRcss How so? OVER THE Sleepers of Modern Ftttern. A writer who pretends to bo authority SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ creased moan weight. Of tho sovon They drlvo young Staylnto tonguo, and so ills mouth bocomoa vory Jess For maps or any information, address that when ono of his Us soro. Wliou tins is (no caso, rasp ou mo lORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAl breeds tho Shorthorns aro tho heaviest ou swiuo says dies ho hauls it to tho away early. Town Topics. FHANK J. REID, Quern-EoyE. H. BACO.V, farm nnimals edgos of his tcotli with n veterinarian's aud thon tho crossbrod cattle. G. P. Agent, D. P. Agent, CHEAPEST, BE8T AND QUICKEST UNE. This is Nineteenth Century Sentiment. fllo, and tbo troublo will bo remedied. Chicago, Ayrshires and Red Polls occupy a hog lot for tho pigs to fatten on. Louisville. Descrlptll must have Always oxamino n horso'fl teeth boforo cat-tlmonstrous, horrible. He Will you marry me? I N Write for Rates, Maps, Agent, or to modium position, and tho smallest j' lie sum: s VinphleU, to any Elation DiEoaso frequently breaks out nmong your decision at once.. yon begin to doso him with modicum aro tho Kerries and tho Jerseys. In m.r. Denver, i to call for Wj. a. BCVIIL. HUH HUH, Trm.,llfihaoo. St. Paul. She Doglvo mo a little time to think for an nppetito nnd bco if tho troublo fifc if 1803 tb Jsoys woio smallor than tho Hvo Mock from too much crowding. ".MONON" st Wl r.frJlst. "i. K04SOKK.TA. Route. He Impossible; I'vo a cab waiting a does not lio with thom. cousnumo. last year. (Jivo tho nuiivals plenty of room. Ken'cb, bet thU was reversed sWiROSCTl. tho door. Voguo. LIVE STOCK AT WINDSOR CASTLE. romarkablofeaturoof tho proseut unprecedented depression in tho horso market is tho actlvo and increasingly Ono Wandering Gourmet. Meandering Milco (tho tramp) I fctn not really hungry, missus, but will bo pleased to sample nnything you may havo in tho lino of salads. I am traveling through tho country getting a few points for a book I am writing ou cookery. Tho Wife of a Farmer How do you A ''. In Poor Ivory 6oap) n Oril-rrntlo- n. Health . n I ordi-uar- ! Brown's ( Iron It "Floats- - Bitters Hfl P I It Cures ly Your Csvttl. , J. T. STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, hiirici Un-u- vA& & ioor FIRST cos-tloau- d 9200,000 21,300 ul nl e son-in-la- sa ROYAL OF Jcs-Bi- o fifty-doll- ar ci, hall-rac- k Insurance BARBEE Company i ro-oo- nt . - - 1 1 :- I ' - farmers Bank&Trnst jp x '. I i 1 1 1 with-o- at beau-Ur- al AlJaMsSJ -- nul-m- al NORFOLK RAILROAD. coa-siste- ut WESTERN TICKETS ifa i,r I o two-third- NOTMWET 51 HI cross-brodcatt- lo NORTH AND BAST. " X.OXJXSVXX.X.X TO CHICAGO. !- s, - Timc-Toblc- s, o r.ir l mi-Wee- Interior Journal - Ai'fcii, ."), Ttinwlfoof yesterday. ninnfBt-- r Williams tiled Staniokd, Kt., - Tin: managers cf "Louva, tlio Pauper" 1895 have secured n change of tin to at tlio Op era Houso to the 19th. opening of millinery, April Mrs. A. A. McKinney. ht Wall Papep&Alabastine Call 5 E. C. Walton, Husincss Manager PERSONAL We sell as low as the lowest these two superior wall finishes. Tub ladies are invited to my Spring and examine samples and color cards. Prices free. 8, 0 and 10. POINTS. Silks for Waists .And Dresses. 1 Kaiki Wash Silks 35c. ' Washable Taffeta at 40c. Cable Cord Kaiki 45c. u. Printed Warp Habutai 50c. I Printed China Silks. & "G-auflre- " i 1 Heavy Black Silks. Fancy Taffeta Silks '& Black Dress Goods. Laundered Shirt Waits. i I I 22115 ft DANVILLE, ANUMiiBitof our citizms will go to to hear Frank G. CarDanville Mr. J. II. Buuton is down with tho penter, tho noted newspaper corres White Lead and Oils, Paint Brushes, strictly pure materials and pondent, lecture on Japan, which countonsilitis. Gils, sold at a small profit. Remember the Drug Store of Mies Doha Strauh ie nt Boli var, Term , try ho has recently visited. mi aesisting n millinery firm. J. W. Flowkrb sold his place of 30 Miib. John 13. Dickinson continues acres neor Rowland to Col. W. II. Dud-dirvery nick with a heart trouble. yesterday for ? 3,000. Mr. Flowers Mn. and Mns. Mahk Hardin have thinks of leaving this section, but his been tjsiting relatives in Danville. friends hope ho will change his mind. Mr. M. I). Hahdix, of Monticello, is visiting his eon, Mr. Mark Hardin. It is a long lane that has no turn and Mns. T. A. Johnston, of Covington, is onrs seems to have reached tho tnrnlng visiting Capt. and Mrs. V. H. Kirby. point. The advertisers have it almost In Imitation Mhs. W. J. Davis and little Margaret, their own way In this issue. Head what Will More they have to say. It will provo profit of Danville, are visiting Mrs. able. land. Mk. J. S. Owsley, Jit., went to FrankTub city council of Danville decrees lin Wednesday to bring his wife and boy that bicyclers must keep in the "middle home. of tho road" and not ride on the paveMisses Sallie and Mattib Elkin, of ments. Our council might follow suit, Look in our window and you will see that you cannot tell these goods Garrard, have been visiting Mrs. M. F. though our cyclers behave pretty w 11 rom the genuine. We will be pleased to show you and quote you Elkin. in that regard. prices which arc within the reach of everybody. Every article is useful. Mita Benedict Spalding, of Lebanon, Mrs. Kmzmieth Wilciikk, aged 50, of nrrived yesterday to visit her father, Col. We have these In 5 patterns, in pink, blue, yellow, navy, T. I Hill. the South Fork neighborhood, wan tried Miw. Anna VanArsdalk, of Harrods-bur- g, before a jury Wednesday and pronouncred, &c, best quality, both stripes and checks. is visiting her daughter, Mrs. U. J. ed insane. She was taken to the asylum at Lexington by Deputy Sherifl It. M. McRoberts. Boyle Nichols, of Danvillp, wna here Newland and S. W. Mencfee. ARE YOU- yesterday advertising the "Globe" Clothvery typiTiik weather bo far has been An entirely new wash silk, heavier and stiffer than above in ing Hou. cal of April. Rain and Etmshine, pleasMn. A'. H.S11ANK8 went to Louisville neat check and plaids, in IS styles. Very desirable for waists Weiln silay to repllnish his stock and to ant and chilly, have alternated, until yesterday, when the sun ehone all day in and ladies' and children's dresses. vieir his nietr, Mrs. T. A. Rice. Generally fair, JcikikJ. It. Dknnis was hero yester-di- y, a cloudless sky. now at hand. warmer, is tho prediction Belling carriages and buggies and shaking hands with old friends. Mn. J. O. RKHMYon at raflio WednesIf so you cant make a better start than by buying your Mn. W. II. Tinblby, special agent day the diamond ring ho recently ra filed A novelty that is taking quite well for waists, as they arc very traffic department of tlio L. it X., was and which wbb won by Mr. J. II. Kirby. with Mr. J.S. Rice, Wednesday. Tho fortunate number was 133. This pretty and cheap. Mk?. Amanda Chow, widow of the late ring has changed hands a number of James Crow, is very ill at Mr. W. E. Mc- times in this way. Mr. Kirby realized Afee's at McKinney, and her physicians $103 from it. hnvo given her up. Of us. You will find the largest stock, best selected stock and the TiiERK are two more entries in the Mn. J. 0. Ferguson, who has been livJudge M. C. First of these ever in this country. There were only 30 pieces ing in Illinois for two years, is here. His house painting Derby, Saufley and W. II. Higgins. Mr. S. P. sent from Japan as samples and there will be no more until health has failed him and he hopes to be Stagg has almost completed the improvebenefited next year. These are 23 in. wide, heavy, pure silk, beautiful of snow atby the trip. He left hix inches ments on his house on West Main and home, soon. The new colors and designs. Don't fail to sec these. Miss Dollie Williams will leave to- will go to Following is a partial list of new goods: iron fence adds much to the looks of the day to join Mrs. Cecilia Eppcnhousen Biiley, for whom bIio will be pianist. Be- premises. Serges, Percales, Henriettas, sides a musical feast, it will bo a beauty Two weeks have elapBed and our offer Silks, Crepons, Ducks, show, for both ladles are unusually gift- to publish articles favoring freo turnPiques, Satin, as soon as warm weather comes. ed in personal charms. Sure to be in great demand pikes baa not boen accepted. The advoCotton Crepons, Satteens, We have a frond nualitv navv and black crounds with white Dit. J. G. Carpenter has returned cates of the measure have no especial ar Wash Siks, in', to 32 in. wide. Also from Knoxville, where he attended a guments to present in its favor. They Novelties in Patterns, Plisse Silks, Penangs, figures at 35c, 45c, 65c and 75c, 23 banquet at the Tennesse Medical Col- want them just like they do free lunch Umbrellas, Parasols some exquisite patterns in new colorings at 50c, 65c and 75c, lege. He responded to the toast "The and other freo things, that is for some- Storm Serges, Figured Chinas, warm weather dresses. Ideal Doctor" and made a decided hit. body else to pay for them. Oxfords, &c, &c. that will make stylish and comfortable We understand that a cholcoof six chairs Tub dinner advertised for court day by in the institute will bo teudered tho docwill bo spread tor, but his friends here hope he will not the Ladies' Aid Society next to Withers & in the store-rooaccept any of them, Mrs. Carpenter acHocker'B Furniture Store. The menu We have these popular silks in all the leading shades in 20 in. companied trie doctor on his trip. will be very comprehensive and the price at 25c and 24 in. at 50c Fancy printed Gauffre at 50c. CITY AND VICINITY. but 23 cents You will save money and help n good cause by dining with the laSpectacles fitted by Danks, tho opti- - dies. Remember tho exchango will be ciau. open Saturday as usual and that you can Fishing tackle cheap. W. B. McRob- - get everything good to oat there. Mack Satin Duchcssc, all pure silk, at 75c, $i, $1.25, S1.50 erts. MESSRS. W. S. Buhcu and R. M. New-lanand $2 per yard. "Pean Dc Sioc" silks $1 and $1.35- - Mas' Uoiis. to Uih wife of Hayden Shanks, have formed a partnership, under boy. of Mowlam!, a cot silks $.$o and $2. Heavy Gros Grains at 75c, $1 and the firm name of Burch & Newland, to Si. 50. New all silk Moire at 85c and $1. Black Brocaded See our ulegant E.ister novelties. do n general collection business. Mr leading jeweler. Burch will contribute tho law and Mr" Satin Duchcssc 85c and $1. Black Brocaded Taffeta 2.1 in. at Danks, the Newland, who is deputy sheriff, tho powNo ono is April fooled who buys their 75c. Gros De Londrcs at 1. 00 and 1.25. er, and woe bo to tho man who gets in goods from D.mks, the jeweler. their clutches. They will almost bo able mm s biscuits to get blood out of a turnip. Try them cakes, Ir you want and lightbread get Obeliak Flour from on somo fellow who wont pay his honest debts. J. O. Florence. For Shirt Waists. We have over 50 new designs in unique Standard Timk Goes. After we have Hahvk Stewart, colored, was pretty and striking colors, just the thing for waists to black skirts. badly had standard time for three or four hurt by boing thrown from a wag months, the democratic members of the Prices 65c, 75c, Ssc, 1. 00 and 1.25. on in a runaway Tueeday. fiscal court tried Tuesday to have the 9 m Mits. Susan Harris has opened a dress- tho town clock changpd up to sun time, making establishment at Mr. Peter but tho republican members were not bo Straub's ft ml invites the ladies to patron-ii- old foggish and voted solidly to let well her. enough alone. This settles tho matter 36m. all wool Imperial Serge 29c. 46 in. extra quality French McClahy aBks us to in- finally and for good and thanks to our Serge 50c. 50 in. Sumh.Scrgc at 65c. A big line of Fancy Suit. W. F. form tho teachers that he has 5 per cent, friends, tho enemy, it was Bottled in the Black Goods in small figures, all wcol at 45c, 50c, 65c, 75 cts. of the amounts due them, which he will only sensible way. Gontlemen, we are s very much yours truly. and up. pay on demand. 24 in. Silk Crcpon at 40c yard. 40 in. all wool t in. Mohair Crcpon 1.00. with Mohair stripes at 75c. 48 e More Taxes. The fiscal court, Judge Ir you want good, strong, Watch this space for the anDotted Crcpon, 48 inches, at 1.00. 4S inch Mohair "Rock" harness, the place to go is M. S. & J. W. G. M. Davison, John Edmiston, John Faulknouncement of The Globe, strictand "Hubble" crcpons at 1.50. Finer graJcs up to 2.75. We Baughman's. They will sell you the best Bailey, W. L. Dawson and A. G. ner present, met Tuesday and fixed the at the lowest prices. ly One Price Clothing House, will show you three times as many crepons as any house in county levy at 23J cents, which is 5 House, garden, all neces- more than last year. Tho amount ib to is 25 to 50c under current For Rent. Central Kentucky, and every price suscessors to Henry & Sam Lysary outbuildings and three acres of be divided as follows: 4 cents to pay inOur blacks arc all clean Jet Blacks, not browns. prices. grass land near toll gate on the Danville terest on bonds, 10 for roads and 9 J for ons. pike. A. D. Root, Stanford. ordinary expenses. This makes the State J. L. FROHMAN & CO., GO cents on the flOO. will be Bad news to the children and county tax now It and reDanville, Ky. and parents who go to circuses "just to The poll tax was not increased mains at 11.23. J. B. Paxton was aptako the children," to learn that John Over 600 new waists now in stock. Newest shapes in collars Robinson's circus will not "go out" this pointed to prepare a statement of the financial condition of tho county for puband cuffs and cut of waist and the choicest colors obtainable. season. then adjourned till 1th Wc have newest shapes at 50, 75, 85, 1.00, 1.25 and 1.50: Miss Liccik Bbazley has returned from lication. Court month. Monday in thiB New line of Ladies' Ties and Bows to wear with Laundered tho cities and is now opening up a line of millinery that is bound to please tho The officers of the Ladies of the Mac Waists, prices 15, 19 and 25c. Seo her before you buy cabee lodge hero just organized are as most fastidious. your Easter hat. follows: Mrs. A. A. McKinney, past commandor; Mrs. Dr. O'Bannon, comG. B. Cooper has bought out his partMisa Holen Thurmond, ner. Mr. J. U. YeaKer. and will run tho mander; Mrs. E.G. Waller, choplain; liyery business alone. MrYeagor is unMrs. Mm. Annio James, likedecided as to his future, but ho will Miss Montio Elkin, finance-keepeM. F. ly go to farming. Harris, Bergeant; Mrs. Henry Lammers, Lames remember our perfection sboeB mistress'at arms; MrB. A. V. Sizemore, in Oxfords; Pickadilles, Common Sense, Mrs. Joe S. Rico, Miss Georgia Wray, banAc, &c, and you gentlemen ought not ner bearors; Mrs. Edna Moore, sentinel; to forget our Cordovan and tan shoes in Mrs. II. Zlmraer, picket; Mrs. Jos. E. Farris, organist. They will meet twice a all cuts and widths. Hughes & Tate. r mouth in Odd Follows Hall, that lodgo Wk want 100,000 pounds of wool, haviDg voted unanimously to tender the pounds of bacon sides and bams, Twonty-od- d of feathers and 1,000 dozen ladieB tho use of the hall freo. pounds members now belong to the ladies dry goods, clothing, eggs in exchango for petitions to be preboots, shoes and hats, at the lowest cash tent hero with more meeting. -:- sented at their next Hughes & Tate. price. Mn. J. W. I'KimiN la down with pneu- monia. Mixed Paints & Varnishes. Wo Bo MMOBlfflBTOo Danville, Ky. ar CUT (GliA o9o Will, fffi Prices That Surprise Yool DANKS, - JEWELER. -- DESIROUS 0FJCDN0MIZ1NO 1 SPRING GOODS LOWEST PRICES. Knock-about-Suitin- m m m house-keepin- g 35c and 50c. SEVERANCE & SON. m d first-clas- m m m m o m "THE GLOBE." Crc-pon- home-mad- - m m m lieut.-command- record-keepe- r; r; rt 1 10,-0- 00 1,-0- 00 KENTUCKV. "ny-1- ." ' -- Vt-- T- -' i Semi-Week- ly No. Born, to the wife of W. 0. 0. ReyDcnUtst, Standard Rulo 0. Rocord 2:10. nolds, n fine girl, March 20. Will milothe season ol 1)45. published Every Tuosday ond Friday Mr. G. W. Farris ami Miss Lena SIRED BY WALSINQHAM 2100, slro of Latitude a sjj and 701 Bothers in the list. AT Overlmy were married on the 41... XMClt YJEiVU IX AD dam Tinsel t ..by Messenger D roc 106, son of HambletonUn and sire ot F.lsino 220 C3 the dam ot Nnri.nt,.. v.arllnv r.rfint ,i Misa Nevlllo CarBon tins received a will be charged.- a dim Bess Ulster to James Howell, Jr., by llambletonian 10, sire of Dexter s 17 ..., WWhen not to paid S2.60 This fine youtigjack will mako the present seanico lot of millinery. Rooms opposite J. ,...by llarry Clay 45, sire of the dams cl St. Julian utf. llodlne ij'f, Office on Main Street, Opposite the son at theold Levi Hubble farm, a place noted for 3 dam Jessie Sayre.. more that have produced a 30 trotters; also sire of tho dam of and T. Cherry's store. years as the home ol finejscks. He is i years old K.tV LOCAL TIME CARD. iviecnoneer sire 01 130 in ine a 30 uti. well built and Bert Hays and beautiful sister, Miss low price ot fiho bone. 1 will stand him at tlt 4 dam ....by I.tbuly, son of l.ance, by American Eclipse. Train lcavct Rowland at 7:00 a, m., returning at Auna, of Wiidle, paid Brodbead a visit j:iop. m. Walsingham 1166. sire of Nabilh, is one of the yoiingret sons of Gcnrgo Wilkes 519, record 2 as. who Sunday. Miss Iva Painter is visiting her $5 to Insure a Oolt 4 Months Old. sticd Harry Wilkes 2 i3. Guy Wilkes r 13K. Mike Wilkes a ijf, Wilcox s ifi, and 61 others In 1 y Highest jirlees pslJ. Send fir pile current-IneL.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. list; alio 41 p'roducuiir sons and iq producing daughters. L Ilutkhardt Co , Expjrturs and Manu. sister, Mrs. Rice, of Livingston, this Mares kept at reasonanle rates. NoTit Naboth Is a bay berse, 16 hands high, loaled June s8, 1888. Ills pedigree contains the fscturori.Cinclnnitl, Ohio. pm ...1 1 a37 p m week. No. u. Train going North..., , 10 blood ot lUmblettnia 11. George Wilkn, Mambrlno Chief, Pilot. Jr, and Hsrry Clay. JOSt.UI HISOP, .... No. :, Shelby City, Ky. " South ....11 Jtpm Littlo Kllen Noaks, of Oorbin, died No. t Willie ror u, IL.IH..U. Kifgs from the m .... Interior Journii "BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Jllkllfc JTJjyCBO. : NABOT1 11 1 11 (D) 1KB. DR. W. B. PEITITTr, Stanford, Ky. Posl-OUi- RAW FURS. ' 26, 3 ij QUEEN & CRESCENT.' list Thursday, and her father brought her to Brodbead for interment. Thero was quite a crowd of the Corbiti people Train pais Junction City a follows: North f N accompanying tho remains. No. t South t " ...1.30 pm j is am "' 3 prico of EIGH " 6 11 J. Thomas Cherry having purchas Will mtke the present season at the farm of T. A. Will also make the pteient seaton of iS)5 at tYrt lowsum foal getter. ...3.1s am 5 " 12.30 pm ' 10 " ...600 am od colt. He Is clegantl) brt'd and a 843pm g of J. E Woodard Coulter, known as the S.julre Murphy place, y the entire interest j IDo not Stop mites from Stanford on the Huslonville pike, Q-OOI- D in the firm of Woodard k Cherry, 1 1 com-menced Henry Watterspn At 15 to Insure n Living Coll. My fine Saddlo Stallion, T I horns, L.UUO L.ri urcnatil, it great winter laying S. K. Brown Leu. for it llggi. Addreta S, It Itrouks, Ky. 1YJ A I Li Li O T t U . rouroidtror write DOLLARS to insure a living to C. I.. Carter, Hedgeville, Ky, 91 will also sUnd r - business April 1st, ndopting the cash ByBtem, thereby making a wonderful chaugo in prices on all lines of goods. Tho S. S. convention held at the Baptist church was well atttended. Quite a number of good speeches on different subjects wero made. Everybody seemed to enjoy the meeting and many expressed themselves as being amply paid for their time. Miss Minnie Roberts, of Gum Sulphur, has been visiting Miss Lillie this week. Miss Alice Hays, of Absolutely Crab Orchard, who haB been visiting friends, has returned home. Miss Des- A cream of tarter baking pow sie Albright spent Sunday with relatives der. Highest of all in leavening hero. Mr. Jonas McKenzie, of Mt. VerLatest United States non, was with the brethren at the con strength. vention Saturday and Sunday and wan Government Food Report. elected chairman of same. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Mr. A. E. Albright, a popular eloped to Jellico, Tonn., on last 106 Wall Street, New York. Saturday night with Miss DollieTurpin, young lady, S-A-IaILVE a beautiful and charming D. C. Moses, and wero married there by llv BrimoU. out ol Parlev. he bv Caldwell's Tar- city magistrate, at 5 o'clock Sunday Tot. Bilaam is a find mule jack, 4 years old and Is hands, gray in it an excellent breeder. Heone. 1; Will also stand morning. Then they boarded 24 for colu. and is strictly a good Brodhead, whero they were met by in connection many relatives and friends, who saluted A NO. 1 HARNESS STALLION, them with good wishes and also by the Ulnod bay, 16 hands high and a splendid Individ- band boys, who welcomed their leader ual, They will each stand at $7 to Insure. aud his young bride by serenading them S. M. OWENS. McKlnney, Ky. to J. W. Tate's, where a nico dinner wbb 9 Wil-mot At $7 to Insuro a Living Oolt. Henry Watterton Is a blood On the follow Irg one-filt- SIX OR 7 h of high, foaled May so, 1891. Notk Owing Sired by Lebanon 6oi. he by Red V likes 1749. of my horses and in tho State. one ot the greatest living aires; has eighty-thre- e Stable two mites South of lluitonvlllc, on Motcland a 30 performers to his credit, aS in i8yi, such as Re, Prince Wilkes a K. Henry Watternon's 1st dam by nunco No. 17S67, record a tj; sired lluncfr, Jr., pacer, public record one-fift- n bay, tj hands take terms! I am to have the refusal or the colt at your price on September t, 189J ef the amount for seaton money, but II the price is not latisfictory to me, I will the amount asked lor the colt to pay for the season, to the hard times and the low price of horse stock, t have greatly reduced season fee Jacks, and considering their Individuality and breoalug, they stand lower thin any .V JACKS, J. B. HIGGINS, ......Dialersn ......... All Kinds Stanford, of Coal, Ky. Carpenter's Station pike. ifj, J. BAUGHMAN, Huatonvlllo, Ky. a smooth, Henry Watterson'ls perfectly sound and has a friclionleis trottlog gait, which camel him over the ground rapidly. He is a grand Individual. I will also stand my fine black Jack, 2 11. Furniture, Undertaking, Picture Frames, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Carpet Paper. Our Folding Beds arc fine, substantial and cheap. The Myers House, P. W. GHKKN, Proprietor. Stanford, : : : n Kentucky. Pure LOGAN, Full tsX hands high, 4 years old and has proed a sure foal getter. He was slied by W. L. Caldwell's Grant, out of a goad dam. He will alio stand Don't Fail to See Our Window Shades. I am still running this Hotel ao will continue to give my guests the politist alien as well as the best the market affords. Special Attention to tho Traveling Public At $7 for Mares and $10 ior Jen nets to Insure a Live Oolt. T u, A COULTER. We Beat in Low Ppiees THE And must sell the goods. Give us a call. F. RILEY O. UILZ3T, HOUSE Kontuoky. FRANK RILKY, Proprietor, A. A. English :- -: Hunter. - Combined bay stallion, 16 hands high; both hind ankles white. WITHERS & HOOKER. London, 77 - - - BY ABDALLAH MESSENGER i dsra the William Luik saddle mare, by Davy Crocket, son of Denny's Drennon, by Imp. Dren-no- n su dam by Highlander. Abdallah Messenger, s.re of English Hunler, is by Messenger Chief, sire of Maud Me.senger a i64, Jake a j and 7 others better than a 30. 1st dam Susie by henilnel a 9 in 187s, sire of on Amin aijjand 7 others better than s 30, and fuU brother to Volunteer. 1 dam Kitty Rive rs, g. Abd. ot Maud Messenger a if1; by Alexinder s mes dallah, sire ot Goldsmith Maid 2 14, and the prepotent son of Rysdyk's HambletonUn. y of 3 dam by Red Jacket, uroof tne dam Wilkes 21, and ol the g d. ot Red W likes By Comet, a sonofShermsn Morgan, sire or y Hlack Hawk, founder of the Morgan Urn-llfamily, the greatest family of roadsteis in tho I will stand English Hunter the season of i!oj at my stable 3 mi'es liom Shelby City. 03 the Knob Lick and Turnetsvtlle p.ke at & lo insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled or msre parted with. I will also stand the excellent young jack, Ken-tuck- I have moved to my new Hotel and am better than ever to accommodate th public ood Livery attached and every convenience a firsd. Give u a call. READ THIS I will furnish & SAVE MONEY. r-- ifc W. . S. BTJROH, served. Attorney 95 a u lord, at Law, GILT EDGE 261. REGISTERED. BY SECOND any of the following machines at prices named below and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. The New Home, style two, S23. The New Home, style three, $25. The New Home, style five, $2S. All made by the New Home Sewine Machine Co. are warranted for five years. I have the following Pianos and Organs, which I will sell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines arc offered: Carriage Fainter. Call aod esarslreiny work before laving your carriage icpslnted. I am located in lre only than In In whLh fine work can be done and will I solicit a share ol your be here permanently patronage which I will endeavor to merit by rust rUes witknanshfp and fair treatment of all. Shop in Mencftc llulld.ng on Ifpot strret A. II. KINUKV, Sunf.rd, Ky. J3 l)n W. D jONCS. J T J ON US, SIGH. - - Kentucky JEWEL 48. O Gee on Lancatter Street, oppoiitc the Court Uotitd. Collections receive especial attention. S3 Dam by old Stonewall Jackson. This fancy saddle stallion will make the season of i Eos at our stable J4 mile from Milledgeville, ville pike. Owing to the scarcity win siauu mm of money we TO THE LADIES. . GOVERNOR ST. JOHN, Kive years old, 16 hands high, with while points, heavy bone, good stjle and extra length. Sired by the champion lack, Tom Ktene, by Rube Ilil. Ight's lington, he by Clark's Mammoth, he by lorn Mammoth, and he by Marlngo Mammoth he by Epsom s MontKcene's dam by Col. Epsom, gomery, by Cole's Montgomery by Old Itlack Sampson. Tom Keene's sd dam by Mogul, by rnmn,mli. i.v TinnKiiioe. br UuckHswk. by Imp. Warrior. Gov. St. Johu'a dam Dolly Woods, byTully's Warrior, herdsman imported Jennet. The above finely bred young jack, whose b!o:d lines trace twice to the great Warrior family and to the noted Black Hawk, the greatest of the warot rior family, with air iafunon great fresh imported brcedir. Will blood close up, has proved a stand at JO to Insure a living colt to approved mares and J10 for Jennets, without distinction as to sex ot piogeny. I will also stand Chickcring, Hazclton, Bush S: I Mason & Hamlin, Chicago Cottage, Gcrts, Colby & Co , Kingsbury, Kimball, Summer, Kimball, Ilinzc, Prince I & Son. And Others. I PIANOS: Sold en ! j ORaAErS: IV t e Money due when the colt comes or the mare is parted with. Mares grazed or fed at reasonable prices. Not responsible lor accidents, should any occur. G.ltEdgels a beautiful red sorrel, flaxy mane and tail, 15 hands j inches high; was foaled Sept. 6, 1886, and Is a perlect saddle horse. and took Gilt Kdge was showed as a v Year-ol- d thesweeDstake Dremium at Kirksville add Dan Those ville and la his own ring at Harudtburg who want to breed to a good saddle stallion are cordially Invited to look at our horse and see him move. He was sired bv Second Jewel, he by Cunning your Painting, Papering and Calciminlng unham's Jewel, he by old Washington Denmark til you see Beldea Brothers. We furnish s anaterial and guarantee work, or no ills nrst dam Minnie oy flicuonaid'S iiaicorn. Second dam bv Wells' Crustder. his first dam by 101. sjorcj. Address, S'anford, Ky. Stonewall Jackson, he br Washington Denmark, bo by Black Denmark, his first dan by Crusader, he by Old Whip, second dam a Rocky Mountain a, to. in imtir a livirpcoU Sam Is said to be the mare. best cotton mulojackfn the country. T deiiro to call your atteution to the fact that I am ready toseive you In Dress Making in any and all stvles. I take the best fashion Journals and keed posted on what ladies should wear, Fftctn reasonable Come in and give me a trial. Z employ none but first class help. At present I can be found at Miss Carrie Porter's residence on Lancaster Street. MISS MARY D. SMITH, Respectfully, Stanford, Ky. 77 6m At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Aojdrcss, Special Attention to Mall Orders. Pianos and Organs Tuned and Rcpalrd by one of the most competent workman I ever knew, who served n any years In factory learning his trad. All work warranted. sewing Machines repaired and warrantrd. Eisy Payments. P. H. IDOL. Stanford, Ky. THE BLUE-GRAS- S Sole proprietors Dean's Black Dlasood Roo Kslimairs furnimed for painting Wood, Metal and lion Roofs, Satisfaction Guaranteed. All roofs painted with Dcau' Black Diamond Paint guaranteed for years Dealers In belt churn Pumps and Gslvanu.d Iron Fillers. J02T3CS BROS., Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. 67-1- Paint HKRD OK D. S. OAIUWfER, &c. Duroc Jersey Red Swine If. H. fUPBLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLsTMfifi. SJSMSSM , tm I. 'Stock. Hustonvllto, Ky., Good White Iked Oats for tale. DON'T first-clas- Bronaugh,!Pror, Kentucky, let OrabOrchard, Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, Furniture and Stoves. first-cla- ss SAM SMALL, of Reciitcrd Pifii for itle from the Brcedcri sccurcJ frum tbc beat htrils la itvtnl dltTerent Sulci. Cofretpondtoce Solicited t& bt tfpt Uenulnc Oliver Chilled Plows Step In and set a niceliueof Hocking Chairs and Furniture. Stoves cheaper than ever bclue. Livery Stable and Blacksmith Shop for rent. DB. L. B. COOS, Stanford, Ky. Stairs; First Door East of MADISON SANDIDGE & SON, Mllledgeville, Ky. Mcltob-ert1 B. P. POWELL. TJffice Up s' TIIE WORLD'S CHAMPION, NewProcess Vapor Stoves We arc now offering the best Vapor Stove made. With six years' experience it has not had a single explosion. We guarantee every stove we put out, ake it to your house and show you its simplicity. Riii'i'.KENCiis. J. W. Pcrrin, William Rice, J. C. McClary, John Newland, E. G. Waller, B. K. Wcaren, J. W. Wal-lac- M.S. IlAl'GllltiN. J. W. lUl'CIIMAN M.S.&J.W.Baughman, rioniiToi Drug Store. raj t THE GREAT SHOW STALLION, Winner of J500 stake at Lexington, won second money in Jcoo stake at Versailles, winner of arod premium and swcepitakeat Pans, also winner of otner premiums in 1593 since wnicn time ne nas : been in the stud. brown, with To call and examine my Spring Millinery, which EAGLE BIRD is a beaulliul hus a flowing small mane star, stands over 16 hands, that t am opening up. Iispride myselfplease. it is and a heavy tail. Having bound to and that It Eagle liird was sired by King Eagle, winner of bought lor cash and being determined to sell for cash, 1 can sell at the lowest possible prices. An 1stmore than 40 blue tics. dam by Star Eagle, best son ol Cabbcll's Lexexamlaation will convince you. ington. MRS A. A. McKINNEV. 6 ad dam by Hamlet Denmark, son cf Washington THE LADIES EAGLE BIRD! Gamtonito 8419. Race Record a:itf . Sire of Gilbert 2 2Stf. and sweepstake premWinner of the trotters at the iums for standard-bre- d World's Hair, 1S93. Sire of 4a in 2 30 list. 1st dam Maud, by Gairsrd Chief, sire of Uaiil Duke 2 28J' and Lady Veiser, dam ol five in 2 30 list, addam Nellie, by son of Bdly Boyce a 14, by Cotbeau. 3d dam by Helms Yorkshire, thor- LIVERY, FEED & SALE STAI1LE, Stanford, Kentucky. I CORDIALLY INVITED Sired by Gambetta Wilkes 2:l9i. d first-cla- ss for rates. you need livery give us a call. Nothing but turnouts will leave our stable. See us In our HARNESS SHOP You will find a good aisortment of Harness, Bridles, Saddles, Ac Have sour repairing done by our man, he understands his busiois. We have mcchaulcin our 5- -i mark. Eagle Hird will make the season ot 1815 at bis stable two miles west ol Stanford, on the fahelby City pike, at the extremely low price of My Millinery Stock is full and complete. Call asd cvsminc and you will bo sure to buy a new Oolt. $15 Spring Hat. MISS LICCIE BEAZLEV, Money or cash ncte will br required when a Stanford, Ky living colt Is obtained. Eagle Ilird is one of tho greatest show hones in Kentucky, as his record in iSn will attest. As a SPRING AND SUMMER. breeder of fine, good colored, high styled celts ne not surpassed. Ladies. is Mares from a distance will be furnished grata to Beautify after May 1st at $1.50 per month and must be paid at the removal cf the mares, Dally openimng. New Hats, flowers and laces. Care will bo taken to prevent accidents and esWe give the assurance to the trade that they will capes, but will not be responsible should any ocrind in our es abllshment the same exclusiveness cur Parting with or removal of mares forfeits the in style of patterns, hats and bonnets and all the Insurance. iea lug novelties in Milliuery for which we are E. P. WOODS. Likwu throughout the country. I hate secured a trimmer for the season. Thanking you tor past favors, we respectfully solicit your patronage heretofore so liberally M. D. DUDDERAR- best.wod. KATE DUDDRRAR, Manager. 1 G THE LADIES I'enmark. 3d dam by Harris' Denmark, son oi Miller's Den- oughbred oambonlto 8(iywill mako the season of 1895 at Central Park, at the low ptice of e, $25 to Insnre a Living Oolt. Gambonita 2 19K, the handsome black son of has that great young sire, Gambetta Wilkes 2 19K1after been declared by tho highest authority, and going through the most trying tests, the fineit a nmi n.rfMt anecimen ol standard bred trot ting stallion that lives. Oambonlto wears the otti. ciatseat as being the handsomest trotliug stallion In the world, and all who have seen tho kingly form and lordly bearing of this proud monarch of the equine world know how justly tho mantle so long and soworthdy worn by Mambrlno King belongs to this grand production ot Kentucky Gambomto Is ajet black stallion, just 16 hands high, weighs 1,160 pounds, and as an worthily wears the title, "tho finest bred trotting stallion In tho world," as awarded him by the World's Fair committee. He was awarded the grand piize offered tor standard bred stallions five years old and over and also first prize for trotting stallions cf any age in harness. Thus he was winner of the two most important prucs offered at the World's Coluisbian Exposition. His first colt, Gilbert 2 2SU at 3 years old, won lie four out ol five races in 1893 as If you want to breeds speed and Individuality. sell, Gambomto Is the one to raise the kiud to breed to. Call and see his colts; they will speak for themselves, -hoise-inaushl- p. j BtSt2wOJflft tKMKJ to Insure a Living J. W. Ramsey, A. J. Karp, W. F. McClary, James A. Mudd, C. C. With-ers- , Peter Straub, Prof. Stapp, etc. WScc the best Stove on earth be fore buying. BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee r1rstclasi work and satisfactory prices, Tjy our horse shoer. W. H. Wearen & Co. JAMKS 11 YEACKR. GEO. B, COOPER. Yeager & Cooper, Proprietors of......... Something the CLOTHING, My Spring Stock is now almost Complete of as Livery nmljFccc! Stable, STANFORD, KY. Havieg bought of P. W. Green his Livery business and added new buggies and horses, we ato prepared to furnish FIRST-CLAS- S -- first-cla- ss Wallace Denmark, 55. training trots under 240. Kiltcen and Neat and Stylish Goods As it is possible to buy, and seeing them will convince one of their TURNOUTS -- Wallaoo E. Vacrnon, Attorney at Law, - - Goes all the gaits to perfection and without any three-quarte- rs Slaulord, ee cfants' Lands. office. Kentucky. Fs-at- e, hands high. By Sumpter Denmark, Jr , he by Goddard's Denmark, he by Gaines & Cromwell Denmark, he by the race none Denmark, he by Imp. Hedge-for1 d. THORNTON STAR; Will act as Executor, Administrator and AssignSpecial attention given to Settlements of as Attotney and Sale and Division of 2 dsm...Kannie Wallace No, 36, by Sir Wallace, he by Todhunter's Sir Wallace, to by fair Albert, thoroughbred. dam.by Vlrgluius, dam of Vireiulus by Trac- by. thoroughbred; he by Mason's dam. ..a Whip marc. Office on Lancaster St overSupt.jW.Y. McCla-ry- 's 3 90 $10 the Insurance. turnpike Election. m IL1EXFJL Sixteen hands high. II r Wallace Denmark 55, The stockholders ol the Danville & Crab Or- See pedigree el Wallace Iianmark 55, chard piko are requested to meet at the First Na- 1 dam Mag 37, by Vidette, by Vindea, by Mood's tional Bank, in Stauford, on SATURDAY, APR. Black Hawk he by Old Black Hawk. Videtie's 6, 193, lor the purpose of electing directors tor first dam by Whip, sd dam Gallatin, 3d dam Old JACK BObLEY, tn ensuing year. Tiger. Yindex'a 1st dam by Mambrino Chief President. 11, sd dam by Old Bay Mtssenger, 3d dam by Cannon's Whip. SALE OF a dam Julia Wallace, by Sir Wallnce, he by Tod .. hrf..r' .; . VV an..., h. k .ji, ,iiuii .!.- -w C ,, .11.,.. tv mj film Alk- -. muioughbrcd. . 3 dam by Vilnius, he by Mason's Whip, thoroughbred. The un Jcrin.- - committee will oa 4 dim a Whip maro. 28. IJx: colu County Bonds. . -- tV.or.day, April r-n- in front of the Conrt-Hous- e deor in Stanford, Ten Lincoln couu-t- y of tie denomination ol $500 each, bearing 6 out. from date and -payaole -annually tit -- f I in mature -in an vtm -- - 4 "- Jfc m.j. Th- -- hnn't.wi j .il. nrivilrve rMtrved of -cavini? them after 10 Willi r iff fl.w.wrtkr jii, 1av loun, ears j F. CU1.1MINS, J. County Court day, sell publicly 8th, 1895, -- -- $10 the Insurance. Stock committed to my care and breeding wil receive my personal attention. Grass furnished at reasonable rates, tube p.ld before removal of stock No responsibility for accidents or esc ipes. l'a'ting with stock foifeits insuiance. Red Pigs tir sate. t. ... -- s- J. l. PAXTUN. Committee. J. STEELE CARPENTER, Husfouville, Ky. io4 Saddle Horse Register. Call in when convenient. Mahogony bay, ijtf hands, sound in every par Foaled May, 1891. ticolar. Sired by RED PRINCE 3, by Second Jewel 48, by Jewel Denmark 70, by Washington Denmark 61, by Denmark V. S., by 64,by Gftines' Dtn-narImported Htdgelord. lit dam Diamond 514. a brown mare, 16 bands, by Nobby 36, sire of Nobby, Jr., 213, by Garrard by Mambnno Chief, sire of Basil Duke 2 Chief, and the dams of Gambomto a iij'i, world Yeiser. dam of 3 in 2 30 or champion, and Lady better, ad dam Old Diamond 513, by Len Rog-erjd dam by Gaston's Laf.iyette. You find breed Thornton Star Is the kind to to Imp.to.Hedgeiord. on his sire's mdo he runs back has the trotting cross of Nob-bOn is dam's side he " by Mambnno chief , "; a "r of great trotters; besides Nobby is sire registered many sadand is a of our best saddle hones, Is His dle stallion aud also trotting stud. Star, Is 16 hands Diamond, the dam ot Thornton Kentucky and Is one ot the finest mares ingreat style and ac : She Is a noted show mare with : : as tion. His and dam was 16 hands and as fine anybody's. Thornton Star was exhibited last year number as a vvear old at quite a once or of Kentucky PcrJec v1t Gmt1"'Goods Warranted ant Give mc twice, always "II faira and only met doleal horse in the saddle stakes lie being a season be the boss amone will, I think, thlscomlng stallions, and the horse that beats him will owner' proud of the job. Ho is fine in gaits and everr particular; goes all the it should can doWill be. it.ht to lettei. as $15 TO or $10 cash time of service. should cbanjo -- II mares bred and in loal "All persons having clilms agaicst thecititeol hands? money due at that time. Mares kept at Margaret K. Bibb, deed , will prctcnt thorn to me reasonable rates, but not responsible for accidents properly proven before April 15, i8oC. 9 WALLACE E.VARN0N, should any ocenr. Office over McRoberts' Drugstore in the Owsley AUin'r with Will Annexed. 0 bulla mg. RUE. VAMJffi, AMI BUDAUTY H. J. McROBERTS. Tl... ,fuaI. ..l.t! it m us always ready and willing to lurnish Drummers' Wagons, cither single or double, or Carriages or ad kinds at very LOW PRICES. The , hi,, n an.l miwuu lunu.. ...Ill .ihj. f . us me peom wu wwj nnu win ple to desl with. Stop with us when in town at courts and entertainments and your horse and vehicle will be well cared for. YKAGER & COOPER ST Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. On ihntf mirm ... ti, A. C. Sine, Successor to v. !. Kecemng y. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS t - '"I" carry a general and by selling' stock of Building Mats-ri- al - FOB. CASH OHT5T, Will be enabled to make Lower Trices than has ever been offered here. I would call special attention to 1TOTICE. A.S. PRICE. Surgeon Dentist, e. BjTffi WIRE and SLAT FENCE Made of Oak Tickets, in the market. tie cheapest and bsit fence Stanford, Ky. WM. M. Danville. ' - IRON AND STEEL E00FIN0 Milkwort at City Prices. 9 - z lf rh."--- a urar.n.araysi JfcMJi'iTWgi'a PtSK .j StMi-WEEKL- Y Interior Journal - BREED BIG CARRIAGE Kvcf". HORSES. Tho Dcmnml For Them Is Brisker Thnn Stanford. Ky., Apeil o, 1S95 E. C. Walton, Business Manager LIVE STOCK AT WINDSOR CASTLE. Ivory 6oap) It Floats Picture of Two llorp ltrloiiBlnu Id the HritUh ltojal Family. Quouu Victoria lm9 nlwnya boon distinguished its n successful livo Htook breeder. Ilcr fnt bullocks nml heavy swino frequently tnko premiums at tho shows and agricultural fairs. At her principal homo, Windsor castlo, aro birds and boasts of many kinds, n rogn-la- r monngerie, In short Tho Priuco of Wales has somo livo stock. Although Albert Edward has unprecedented depression in tho horso market is tho nctivo and increasingly keen tiomand for horses of tho coaching or carriago typo. English nnd Scotch bnyors, French nnd Gorman buyers, Now York and other eastern oity buyers havo all been quietly but constantly picking up ovory dcsirnblo horso of this class that presented itself during tho past year. As business men theso bnyors very uatnrnlly wish to purchaso as cheaply as possible, but it is an open secret thnt if tho horso is only good enough possessing tho size, tho form, tho quality and tho action desired vory handsomo prices, nud in somo instances extravagant pricos, aroboing got for thorn, prices that would scorn to tho nvorago breodor of ordinary horses. Now, assuming thnt thoso good prices aro obtainod on account of tho scarcity of this class of horses, tho question naturally arises, "Why this scarcity? How comes it that with tho multitudinous hordes of almost ovory coucoivnblo kind of cqnines which meet ns on nil hands i llv fiiwl many of whom nro frtni-ft- Ono remarkablo feature of tho present wondorfullymndo" " nro really so "' DUKE -- ;. :'.; OK YORK. M f" ' 7 novor beon so famous as his mother in tho livo stock brooding lino, yot tho borso hero shown bolouga to him nud is BEST FOR SHIRTS. in its way no slouch. tXC PROCTER 4 OAMDLC - CtNTJ. Perhaps Wales, with tho sonso of humor uppermost, nnmed this horso for his son and successor, thoDukoof York. At any rate, Duko of York is tho narao of tho handsomo and showy hackney I will go to any place where there are six or Btallion in tho illustration. Tho duko is pre cattle to t ehorn. I do the work with the Lightnlrg Dchoruer. Can dehorn any cow 'In as handsomo and spirited looking ns three seconds. The knife makes a clean, smooth somo of tho haoknoys imported iuto tho cut, dc snot crush nor break the horn, as the United States by mombors of our Amerclipper docs. It is the only humane way to dehorn Does not punish the animal like the sa, ican nobility nnd rciguiug.familios. Ho and the wound gets well as quick again as that made by the saw. For further information, call is dark chestnut in color. Ho stretchos onc his hind legs back with tho best ' A' PKYTO.V, Stanford, Ky. sot," t See the Lighting Pruning Hook. It would tako n strain of tho imagination to picturo good, stout, old Queen Vio riding on horseback, and it would rcquiro a still greater strain ou tho part -of tho horso that could carry her, yet it is a'fact that her gracious majesty was onco a most graceful rider. . Her favorito riding mare, Jessie, is still kept iu great stato at Windsor castle and is still trotted out to sco her royal CO- laorxi. Your Cattl. tf WmFm .For a.. - ..feSiffl f r HSBSu. Refreshing- Bath, Hot or Gold, stylish Hair Trim;or;Cltan Shave, go to Ckok Sc Farmer's Barber Shore A. G. Lanhan VICTORIA'S RIDIKQ MARE. o ft Joka B. Castieman. ROYAL Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAIV MANAGERS, .mistress occasionally. Tho lato Princo Albert, John Brown and this inaro Jos-sihavo probably shared a larger portion of tho queen's affections than any other creatures. Jossio is now 27 years old. Old as sho is, it is quito likoly her royal mistress will survivo her. Winter tiro Stock Notes. Tho days rapidly lougthen during this month, and howovor cold tho weather may bo tho farmer feels tho pleasant assuranco that tho timo when darkness lasts longer tfiau tbu light must soon bo past Tho farmer does not grow anything in winter, but tho florist and market gardouer find in tho lengthening days that it is easier to mako healthful growth a3 tho days grow longer. Plenty of heat can bo maintained iu tho days when sunlight is scarcest, but it docs not mako vigorous, healthful growth. No doubt if animal lifo worju obsorved as closely as tho gardonor observes his vegetables tho advantago of increasing sunlight would bo equally obvious. Tho breeding animals ought to bo kept out of doors during a part nt least of oach sunshiny day. If this rulo wcro observed, thoy would bo less affected by disoaso than tho most carefully sholtcrod stock is now liable to bo. A cornstalk diet, to which somo corn on tho oar is addod occasionally, makes a very good feed for cows bearing young and duo to calvo in tho spring. Tills keeps tho bowels roasonably laxatlvo, and thero is less likelihood of fovcr to mako parturition difficult and dangerous when its timo comes than if tho animal is fed ou hay. Wo knew an old farmor who said ho mado it a praotico to givo each cow for at least two weeks beforo calving a dozen nubbins of corn each day to insuro oasy and safo parturition. In a long exporiouco his cowa nover gavo any troublo at this timo, whilo thoso who did not mako this a pracco had cows which suffered from caked bag and milk fever. Ho was vory sure that fooding tbo corn in tho ear was what was responsible for bis success. Exchange. 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In colore, and photographs of new boBsoa, with plana, enabling builders to show tbo latest designs and secure contracts. Address MUNN & CO.. New youk, 301 Buoadwat. at W i COPYRIGHTS.- km marksv n ."sasBBBaWsaal - NORFOLK AND few specimens fit for carriago purposos? Tho problem is an interesting and highly important ono to consider mid does not by any moans reflect fnvorably ou our ability and iutolligenco na broedors. In conversation with somo foroign buyers at tho Chicago stockyards recently I culled tho following facts viz: That tho demand for certain kinds of American horses Jb better than ovor; that price cuts littlo fignro if ouly tho horses aro good enough;, that tho ouos which best fill tho bill aro produced in vnrious different ways somo from trotting bred sires, somo from hackueys and other imported coach breeds, whilo somo of tho very best in point of quality havo a largo iufusiou of thoroughbred blood. It is of courso only natural to suppose that iu a country so vast as ours, with mares of such extromoly varied typos nnd qualifications, no ono stallion or ono breed will givo uniformly gocnl results. This, in my opinion, is why many otherwiso intelligent breeders havo bocomo discouraged in tho business by want of success, whereas tho primary fault lay in their own inability to discriminate and mako tho proper connection. For instance, a farmer has two brood mares, both good individuals, but of quito different types. Ho breeds them both to a certain trotting bred horse with perhaps a good roputatiou. One raises a good colt, tho other 'rathor an inferior ono. Ho soils tho dam of tho latter, and tho now owner broeds hor to n good hackuoy, wo Bhall say, and obtains a carriago horso. .Now, whoro th first maro failod tho secoud easily succeeds, and this kuowledgo of how to "nick" or blend certain individuals to obtain n desired result is tho highest aim of tho scientific breeder. Without thiB knowledgo or inspiration our brooders only work in tho dark. Their oporations nro haphazard and iu tho highest degreo uncertain. Most of tho discouragomonts and heartburnings rbich breeders havo experienced in years nro only tho natural result of mistaken ideas or n want of knowledgo of tho proper essentials of mating. Just as a well balanced ration of feed is indispensable to tho highest dovolopmout of tho young animal's physical framo, so an experienced, woll balanced judgment, couplodwith tho requisito knowledgo of tho soionco of breeding, is required to make any kind of success in that lino. Tho question of tho demand for coach horses resolves itsolf into tho following: First. That coachors aro wanted and in all human probability will coutinuo to bo wanted, at good figures, for many years to como. Second. That thoy aro today tho only kind of horso in America for which tho domand is greater than tho supply. Third. That tho production of such horses offors probably better prospects of remuneration than that of any other kind of livo stock. Fourth. That quality, stylo, sizoaud actiou aro iudisponsable qualifications of good coach horses. Fifth. That with tho material which this country already possesses and tho requisito knowledgo in mating, feeding, handling and fitting such horsos thoro is today a most profitablo fiold for tho farmers and horso breedors of Amorica. Alex Galbraith in Horseman. re-ou- nt Wandering Gourmet. Meandering Mllto (tho tramp) I fm not really hungry, missus, but will bo pleased to snmplo anything you may havo In tho lino of salads. 1 am traveling through tho country getting a few points for n book I am writing on cooker3. Tho Wife of a Farmer How do you AN AMERICAN HORSE. travel? Meandering Mllto Well, mostly on Kolalilo Kftitucky Stallion of n IHsst foot, ns it gives mo a better chanco to A horso breeding farm on Long Ispick up things ns I go along. Truth. y land is going into tho business Politic. of building up nn Ainorican-Ara-bia"Madam," began tho man who bestrain of blood. Tho desigu ia to lieves In mild menus of nttnlnlntr his mako driving nud enrriago horsos ami ends, do not doubt that your shoos ' trotters. Tho outerpriso wns. begun by nro such dainty littlo things that you importing puro bred Arabians nnd crosshavo to wear a groat big hat to mako ing them upon tho best Kentucky blood, up tho average, but you arc uncon- nornbly tho Morgnn nnd Clny families. sciously shutting off all my view of Tho Mnsscngor nud Black Hawk strains tho stage " American-"(loudness gracious! I declare, I nro also woll represented in these Arabian animals. didn't know I was annoying you. I'll Ono of tho finest of the old Kentucky tako it off right at once." Cincinnati sires is shown in our illustration, Henry Tribune. Clay himsolf. All tho families inontion-od- , , Ila Inrneil i.'nnuclitho Clay, Messenger, Black Hawk Teacher Yes, children, tho hairs of our bends nro nil numbered. Smart Hoy (pulling out n hair nnd presenting it) Well, what Is tho number of this hnir? Teacher Number one, Johnny, nnd (pulling out several more) theso aro numbers two, throe, four, five nnd six. Anything else you want to know? Smart Roy No no, sir. 1'laycr nnd Sportsman. A Gen-rrntlc- vyywrVVsr' i ; In oxton-Bivoln '! means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result irom S trilling ailments neglected. Don't play with Nature's greatest gift health. Ifyouatefcellng cutol sorts, wesk : Poor Health Brown's - Iron mmmr and generally nervous, hive no appetite and can't wotk, begin st once taking tlie most tells-bl- e i.- nuiers s w It Cures M- wvav s" ttttk, and medlclne.whlchls Brown's Iron Hitters. A few hot- ties cure benefit comes from the ery firsl dose il tvtm't Itoi strengthening ynr pleasant to lake. It's He Hail Had t.nmicli. nud Morgan, dorivo their onduranco and high spirit from tho Arabian blood others ate lines on the stitutes. On receipt of two w stamps e whence thoy nro doscended. Through n ' nlll send set of Ten Dcautllul World's century of horso generations it has doPair View and book Inre. scended. Ilonry Clny was ono of tho DROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD. colts of tho famous Lady Surrey that raced with Flora Temple. : : Beautiful as Utiury Clny was, thero nro still horses in Kentucky ns hand, some and ns full of spirit. Tho picturo shows, too, that wo havo had for generations in America horses ns flno in ov- HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. s ory respect ns any of tho imported Offers his strvlcts the pecplc ol West I.ln- snd Csicr Counties. and Cleveland bays so much ftiM coin Caskets siftayt ot hand. ull stock of Corn oi anil hns been mndo about. But wo hnvo not v, n. larpctiur, .Msnnrt had enough of them to go around, and that wns tho trouble. Wo want enough Mot Her Fault. of tho best horso blood to ndmit of tho NATIONAL BANK He Whatl Mora money? Why, your scrubs being shot for thoir hides and extravagance makes my hair stand on bones, as has been occasionally dono in Or STANFORD. KY. end. tho wciit lately. Capital Stock- - S20O,O00 Shc Makes your hnir stand on end? Well, It ain't my fault that you ain't nog Wisdom. Surplus 2 bald headed. If you were your hair At tho Missouri swino brooders conAttcotkm of tha public is invited lo the fs t wouldn't stand on end. Texas Sift-i- n vention tho vnluablo points brought out thstlhuls the only Nations! lUnk in Stanford gs. Uadsr lh provisions of lb Nstlooal tlaak wcro as follows: sr ttcursd not only by Iks capital Nipping It In the Ituil. A Email number of pigs nt tho first stock, but bv tha stockholders liability lor ss Dick Darelelgh You ought to be the farrow causo a failuro in tho develop- amount squat to the stock, so athat depositors el by fund of 1400,000. happiest of fathers. You have a beau- ment of n sufficient number of teats, so tbls loitltution si secured Five Sworn ststeneals of thoconditien of the bsate Uulwd ytsrto tiful daughter that everybody admires. thnt subsequent litters will not bo sup- ars maj sack assets atthessamined States (overs- si slated tlmas Yes; nnd plied with milk for tho wholo number bysnt snd its a(tnt, thus securineaJdililoaa Old Gruffpop (sardonically) government pretty soon, I suptiose, I shall bo hav- of pigs. One speaker Bnggcstetl tho plan and perfect safety to depositors. eiubllshed This to boot N. of borrowing pigs from somo othor sow Deposit insututioo, orijcinally iljl, then as lis ing a would-bHank of Stanford ia Y. World. n good development might tied as lbs National ilsnk ol Stanford in iSej aad in ordor thnt as the Kirn National Hank oi bo secured for n particularly fino sow. at sin SUwIard la 1SI1, has had practically an uninterMiseries or Wraith. caro needed for a brood sow, rupted eiiitcnceof t years. It Is better suppliad Dinks There is a man who can af- As to the now with facilities for irantacttng it was agreed that this should begin ty and liberally than ever before business prompt ia its lanf ant) ford to hang his overcoat on a soma timo beforo farrowing. Good foot), honorable carser. Accouots of corporations, instead of suspending firms and individuals respectfully solie-enot too much corn, plenty of exorcise, ing it from a null in the wall. good quarters. Tho sow should bocomo Tha Directory of this Flsnk is composed ol Winks How do you know? used to tho plnco where sho is expected Korestus Krsd, Lincoln county; Is humpbacked. lllnks Ills overcoat to farrow somo weeks before. After tho S. T. Harris, I.IicoId; N. Y. Weekly. J 11. Collier, Lincolnj farrowing enre should lm taken not to J.W. Hsydn,StSDlo'J. Analogous. feed too mtHi nt firxt. Glvu wholesome Student Isn't It strange thnt meters diet bran, rasn si " . too rich and feet nro used as n measurement of diet, for t!.' u . t t p gas as well as poetry? bron",,t :i. i I j Professor Not at all. Gas first came cat prc re p tr into general tiso about tho timo thut Whotit - "Ml. -, McKIscfyJ modern magazlno poetry became preva- wcro : ' : tier, ML Vercca lent Brooklyn Life. M t Sympathetic Old Gentleman (after tho shindy) Why, my good umn, you are frightfully used up! Will you not sue your antagonist for dninnge? OToolc (winlntr blood from his face Damage, Is it? llegorrn, wld tho loss nv an ear an' two toot', nn' wnn av mo oyes half gouged out d' ycz think Ol hoven't damnge dnotigh, sor? Judge. A liurnl Arltiiuirtlf-lnn"I sec by this hero paper," said tho deacon, "tnnt .Molly apinns Is gono un got married ton count.? "So I'vo honrn," replied his wife, "but I don't soo why she didn't stay home and marry Hill; he's purty good at riggers, an' kin count well as any of em." Atlanta Constitution. . HKXKY CLAT. Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver Neuralgia, Troubles, Constipation, Bad Blood Malaria, Nervous ailment. Women's complaints. Get only tie tjciiulne Ithsscrossetl ted subwrapper. Atl vvwvy J. T. STJTTOIT. UNDERTAKER. hnok-ncy- FIRST 1 ,300 e son-in-la- aa fifty-doll- ar hall-rac- Ada-cian- ci, d. rf '"V-jlaJ'- k S.H.IU-is-ba- - ii-- . ! I 1 1 Practical Application. Mrs. Workday I do like to soo a strong, determined man. Mr. Workday (straightening) So do I, my dear. Mrs. W. John, tho coal scuttlo Is empty. Pearson's Weekly. Up Coal oint"irjt Molt, 'i rubVurr rating . also x. i.l 'v rts, Ciihier; t . Mc Kinney, Aiiu'int C.ssler. caibsJn: . royal : ' farmers Bank&Trnst - Co to Date. Don't "sing a song of sixpence" TbatN such u small amount; Hut sing ii souk of millions. For that will buy a count. thopon. will.r.i'i . . U-.- r ",!".' ' , '. i - i - Is now fully .. ' Or STANTORD, KY., orjnued,"md resdy for business with - mA ,JH "? llrooklyn Life. A CIIKAP WAY TO HAISK HINDS. ssvijaa I ' leiim v : r x r i . I lio kept givo to i. . . i t thors gnvo it by the very satisfaett ty iu:t.i Iroin its use. ; !rt ' ptftro mr hi .i!y tc i Paid up Capital of Surplus, . SUCCKSSOU to UANK. $200,000. 21 000. TH" ur STAMtUKU, LINCOLN NATIONAL. "- - -- - i , To IlaNc I'rl.i l'eoirs. ot x'fTli lrcift)!) Livo Stock Points. WESTERN RAILROAD. TICKETS ALL POINTS: SOLD TO Varying Weight of Beef Cattle. Tho British Dairy Farmers' association issuo a useful summary of their "transactions" iu 1804, from which wo gather that tho mean livo woight of tho Shorthorns at their chows for tho last four years, including that just olosod, has varied singularly littlo. Thero is a net incroaso of uino pounds on tho four years. Jerseys show only two pounds S0UTB-WEchange, but Guernseys get heavier ovory BE WEST, year, and tho incroaso from 1800 is a FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS mean 110 pounds per animal, a big" AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. change Ayrshiros have similarly gono upfront 1,010 to 1,153 pounds, but cross-broTHE BEST ROUTE TO THE i cattlohavo gono down, and thero nro no deflnito changes in Red Polls (Norfolk HUMAN VESTHULED COACHES, cattle) or in Kerries. Tho last named " SLEEPiNQ AND PIMINO CUB vary a good deal, but thero seems no regular toudenoy toward reduced or inSEE THAT YOUR TICKETS BEAD OVER THE creased mean woight. Of tho sovon WRFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI breeds tho Shorthorns aro tho heaviost and then tho crossbred cattle. Quern-soyCHEAPEST, BEST WD QUICKEST LINE. Ayrshires and Red Polls occupy a DcscrlptlT Wrilo for Rates, Maps, medium position, and tho smallest cat-tl- o to ony Elation Agent, or to fcmphlets, aro tho Korrios and tho Jerseys. Iu M. f. HAOO, ALLEN HULL, W. . tSCVILL. Wl ratr-- Aft. Ulf. ruw.ftr it Trettllaf rfc As) 1803 tin Jivsuya weio smaller than tho BOtSOKCTi lt)LlXBl,0. OASOH.T1. Ken'ob, but tlih waa rerersed last year. OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, . MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, TEXAS, MO&TB-WEST, S1 d NORTH AND EAST. s, Timo-Table- s, r Thoro was n foarful glut of inferior sheop nt tho Chicago Union stockyards last year. It seems as if all tho fag onds and tags of sheep ought to bo about sold off by this timo. Tho Trakohner coach horse of Gor-auis very largo, from 10 to 17 hands high" and weighing 1,00 to 1,400 pounds. Ho Is a very handsomo, spirit-o- d animal. Tho Goto City Oil company at Atlanta is going heavily into tho cattle fattening business. Threo thousand cat-tlwere bought in tho west somo timo fiinco to bo fattened on cottonseed hulls and oilmcal, and thou shipped north to Tho hooves aro to bo bo slaughtered. scattered among tho company's oil pressing mills at various points. It is expected that tho cost of fattening per hoad will bo 10 cents a day, and that tho oporatiou will tnko from two to three months. Tho averago prico for leof cattlo was 25 cents lower on tho hundred for 1804 than for 1893. Com is lacking in ash olomeuts, and thoreforo is not good to feed alouo to growing nuiiunls. A writerwho pretends to bo authority ou swino says that when ono of his farm animals dies ho hauls it to tho hog lot for tho pigs to fatten ou. This is monstrous, horrible. DisoaFo frequently breaks out among livo htock from too much crowding. Jivo thi) nniivnls plenty of room. v o Farmer Hardwear1 How much will you charge ter telegraph my sou f300 at college? Operator Two dollars. cheap. Yer's tho li. Send It quick as Ughtnln'. Chicago Record. Farmer Hardwcar All On Gosh, thet'a Way. no Since I havo been studying palmistry I have examined tho hands of over fifty young ladles. Sho And what did yon And out? Ho That they all had negative temperaments. llrooklyn Life. They Do. Watts What do you think of this idea that thero are medical virtues in music? Potts I believe it. Lots of theso new popular airs make mo slek. Indianapo- er's Gazette lis Journal. When a horso will not oat his foed, Did You Ever Try This, Girls? oxamliio his tooth and soo if thoro is not Jess Eating onions quito often something wrong with thorn. A horso's causes me to get a good night's sleep. teeth occasionally woar off sharp and Bess How so? thin and tear tho skin of his checks and Jess They drlvo young Staylato tonguo, nnd so his mouth becomes vory away early. Town Topics. ' soro. Whou this is tho enso, rasp off tho edges of his tooth with n veterinarian's Nineteenth Century Sentiment. file, nud tho troublo will bo romodicd. He Will you marry me? I must have Always oxamino n horso's teeth boforo your decision nt once.. you begin to doso him with medicine She Doglvo mo a littlo time to think for an appetite and sco if tbo troublo He Impossible; I'vo a cab waiting a does not lie with them. tho door. Voguo. Tho way I handled tho cattlo which mndo about 85.(53 on tho Chicago mnr-kDeo. 3 w.u iw follows: Thoso woro bought on tho Chicago market last March and April nud cost ?.'!. 10 per 100 laid down nt homo. Thoy weron strictly good drovoof cattlo, mado good gains and woro good sollors. Thoy woro fed very littlo corn nnd fodder until tho 1st of May. Thou tho corn wai takon off entiroly, nnd thoy ran on good bluo grass nnd clover pastnro through tho summer. I had inteuded to put thoin on corn tho 1st of Soptombor, but our fall grass was fino, nud tho cattle looked to bo doing as well as thoy could be mado to do, bo I held tho corn off until Oct 6. I 'then commenced giving them n light food once n day on tho grass ntid increased tho feed slowly until I got thorn up to a pock.to tho stoor. Tho grass being fino I hold thoni nt that till about tho 10th totholCthof Novomber, when I begnu to incroaso their fcoduntil'l got thorn to about all thoy woulil eat onco a day, still letting thorn ruu ou good blue grass, just scattering tho corn ou tho pasturo, about of a busht of corn nnd of shock corn. I fod thorn in that way until thoy woro shipped. Thoy wcro on food, ns yon will sco, from Oct C to just 78 Doo. 23, tho day of shipping days and mado n gain of over COO pounds nud did it principally on good bluo grass. Gaiuos Grceuo iu Breed1 two-third- Now closing up) witb the same assets and undst the same mani(cmcnt, Uy provision! of Its chatter, depositors are si fully protected as are depositors in Natleaai Hanks, iu shareholders bring held individually uaole to the citeut ol th amount of their sloe therein at the par value thcreol, la addition to the amount invested in such shsres. It may act as saecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as so individual. To thoie who entrusted their bulslntis 10 us while moating iht Lincoln National Hank at Stanford, we ws here lender our many thanks and trust they will continue to Usenet their business with ui, offering as a guarantee for prompt attsa-tio- n lo same, our twenty years' espetieocc la banking and as liberal accommodations as are coalmen t with sound banking, DixicToni: J J. J. B.Orsley, SUnforJ; J. K. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgevills, W. II. CumniBs, I'tesclirrsiL'a S. II. shanks, President, Dr. Williams, Mt. Vernon J . H. Shanks, fc'taalord; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S J. Kmbry, Stanford; J. B. Owsley, Cashier, W. M. Bright, Tel cr .- -r Portland. San Francisco. .........To tr e s ono-thir- d NOMTMWEST Via The A-- ' C - iilHsMililiHll "-1- tcuitYlltt MtwAtUlTaCll)Ca.coftf(,i w, . -- Only Dining Car Route From . x.ouxsvxx,x.x TO CHICAGO. Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers of Modern Pstlcrn. For maps or any Information, address lis FHANK J. RF.ID, E. H. BACO.V, u. r. vigent, 1D. P. Agent, Chicago. Louisville. ' H y 'I - Denver. i "MONON" Route. lo call for IieSURK St, Paul. J- L - V 2ab&AMrifai ltxJtjfrj $$ktir) Danville, Ky. & Interior Journal - A The wtfo of Uinniflt' yesterday. Williams died Staniohd, Ky E. C. vial Tjik managers cf "Louva, tho Pauper" o, 1895 have Hi cm red a change of date at tho Op era Honso to tho 10th. opening of millinery, April Mrs. A. A. McKinney. ht Wall Paper&Alabastine Call 5 Walton, Business Manager PERSONAL We sell as low as the lowest these two superior wall finishes, Prices free. The ladies nru invited to my Spring and examine samples and color cards. 8, 0 and 10. POINTS. ia Silks for Waists .And Dresses. 1 Kaiki Wash Silks 35c. Washable Taffeta at 40c. '4-- I Cable Cord Kaiki 45c. Printed Warp Habutai 50c. t r Printed China Silks. t "G-auflre- " Heavy Black Silks. ; Fancy Taffeta Silks Black Dress Goods. &k Laundered Shirt Waits. DANVILLE, ffaj ANtrjiiiKitof our citi. mis will go to to hear Frank G. CarDanville monia. Mr. J. II. Huiiton Is down with tho penter, tho noted newspaper corresWhite Lead and Oils, Paint Brushes, strictly pure materials and pondent, lecture on Japir, which countonsililia. Oils, sold at a small profit. Remember the Drug Store of Miss Dora Strauh Is nt Bolivar, Tenn , try ho has recently visited. assisting a millinery firm. J. W. Flowkrb sold his place of 30 Mhb. John B. Dickinson continues acres near Rowland to Col. W. II. very Bick with a heart trouble. yesterday for $3,000. Mr. Flowers Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hardin have thinks of leaving this section, but his been vjsiting relatives in Danville. friends hope ho will change his mind. Mr M. D. Hardin, of Monticello, Is visiting his son, Mr. Mark Hardin. It i'b a long lane Unit has no turn and Mrh. T. A. Johnston, of Covington, is onrs seeniB to have reached tho turning visiting Capt. and Mrs. W. II. Kirby. point. Tho advertisers have it almost In Imitation Mbs. V. J. Davis and little Margaret, their own way in this issue. Head what of Danville, are visiting Mrs. Will More they have to say. It will prove profit able. land. . Mr. J. S. Owsley, Jr., went to FrankTint city council of Danville decrees lin Wednesday to bring his wife and boy that bicyclers must keep in the "middle home. of the road" and not ride on the paveMihsksSallib and Mattik Elkin, of ments. Our council might follow suit, Look in our window and you will see that you cannot tell these goods Garrard, have been visiting Mrs. M. F. though our cyclers behavo pretty will rom the genuine. We will be pleased to show you and quote you Elkin. in that regard. prices which are within the reach of everybody. Every article is useful. Mhb Benedict Spalding, of Lobanor, 50, of Mrs. Elizuibth Wiiciibr, seed arrived yesterday to visit her father, Col. Wc have these in 5 patterns, in pink, blue, yellow, navy, T. P. Hill. the South Fork neighborhood, was tried Mrs. Anna VanArsdalb, of Harrods-bur- g, before r jury Wednesday and pronouncred, &c., best quality, both stripes and checks. is visiting her daughter, Mrs. II. J. ed insane. She was taken to the asjlum McRoburtfl. at Lexington by Deputy Sherid H. M. Boyi.k Nichols, of Danville, was hero Newland and S. W. Menefeo. ARE YOU- yesterday advertising the "Globe" ClothTim weather so far has been very typiAn entirely new vash silk, heavier and stiffer than above in ing l!nii'. cal of April. Kiin and sunshine, pleasMh .V. II. Shanks went to Louisville neat check and plaids, in 18 styles. Very desirable for waists Wedi" sday to replinlsh his stock and to ant and chilly, have alternated, until yesterday, when the sun shono all day in and ladies' and children's dresses. visit MrtBhtWr, Mrs. T. A. Hice. sky. Generally fair, warmer, U. Dknnis was hero yetter-dt- y, a cloudless is the prediction now at hand. selling carriages and buggies and shaking hands with old friends. Mn. J. C. ItKiD.won at raille WednesIf so you cant make a better start than by buying your Mr. W. II . Tinplky, special agent day the diamond ring ho recently rallied is taking quite well for waists, as they arc very traffic department of tho L. it N, was and which was won by Mr. J. II. Kirby. A novelty that with Mr. J. S. Hice, WedneFday. Tho fortunate number was 133. This pretty and cheap. Mrs Amanda Crow, widow of the late ring has changed hands n number of James Crow, is very ill at Mr. W. E. Mc- times in this way. Mr. Kirby realized Afee's at McKinney, and her physicians $103 from it. .. havo given her up. Of us. You will find the largest stock, best selected stock and the There are two moro entries in the Mn. J. 0. Ferguson, who hnsbeen livFirst of these ever in this country. There were only 30 pieces ing in Illinois for two years, is here. His house painting Derby, Judge M. O. Saufley and W. H. Higgins. Mr. S. P. sent from Japan as samples and there will be no more until health has failed him and he hopes to be Stagg has almost completed tho improve benefited the next year. These arc 23 in. wide, heavy, pure silk, beautiful of snow atbyhome,trip, He left uix inches ments on his house on West Main and colors and designs. Don't fail to sec these. Following is a partial list of new goods: Miss Doi.uk Williams will leave to- will go to housekeeping soon. The new day to join Mrs. Cecilia Eppenhotisen iron fence adds much to tho looks of the Bailey, for whom sho will bo pianist. Be- premises. Serges, Percales, Henriettas, sides a musical feast, it will bo a beauty Two weeks have elapsed and our offer Ducks, Silks, Crepons, show, for both ladies are unusually gift- to publish articles favoring free turncomes. ed in personal charms. Piques, Satin, Sure to be in great demand as soon as warm weather pikes has not been accepted. The advoCotton Crepons, Sattcens, quality navy and black grounds with white Dr. J. G. Cari'bntbh has returned cates of the measure havo no especial ar- Wash Siks, Wc have a good from Knoxville, where he attended a guments to present in its favor. They Novelties in Patterns, in', to 32 in. wide. Also Penangs, Plisse Silks, figures at 35c, 45c, 65c and 75c, 23 banquet at the Tenneese Medical Col- want them just like they do free lunch Umbrellas, Storm Serges, in new colorings at 50c, 65c and 75c, lege. He responded to Parasols, some exquisite patterns tho toast "The aid other free things, that is for someFigured Chinas, Oxfords, &c, &c. that will make stylish and comfortable warm weather dresses. Idoal Doctor" and made a decided hit. body else to pay for them. Wu understand that a choice of six chairs The dinner advertised for court day by in tho institute will bo tendered tbo docthe Ladies' Aid Society will bo spread . tor, but his friends here hope he will not ...I.. '"' accept any of them. Mrs. Carpenter ac- in the store room next to Withers k menu Hockera Furniture Store. I he Wc have these popular silks in all the leading shades in 20 in. companied trie doctor on his trip. will bo very comprehensive and tho price at 25c and 2. in. at 50c Fancy printed Gauffrc at 50c. CITY AND VIP.INITV. but 23 cents You will Bave money and help a good cause by dining with the laSpectacles fitted by Danks, tho opti- dies. Remember tho exchange will be clan. open Saturday as usual and that you can Fishino tacklo cheap. W. B. McRob- - get everything good to oat there. Black Satin Duchessc, all pure silk, at 75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50 erts. Messrs. W. S. Bukcu and R. M. New- Doits, to tin wife of Ilayden Shanks, Tean Dc Sioc" silks $1 and $1.35. Mas and $2 per yard. land havo formed a partnership, under boy. of Rowland, a Newland, to cot silks $ 1. 50 and $2. Heavy Gros Grains at 75c, Si and the firm name of Burch Eister novolties. do n general collection business. Mr See our ulegAnt and Si. Black Brocaded Si. 50. Now all silk Moire at 85c Burch will contributo tho law and Mr" Satin Duchessc 85c and Si. Black Brocaded Taffeta 24 in. at Danks, tho leading jeweler. Newland, who is deputy sheriff, tho powNo one is April fooled who buys their 75c. Gros De Londres at 1. 00 and 1.25. er, and woo bo to tbo man who gets in goods from Danks, tho jeweler. their clutches. Thoy will almost bo able ma cakes, biscuits to get blood out of a turnip. Try them Iv you want and lightbread get Obelisk Flour from on somo fellow who wont pay his honest debts. J. C. Florence. mm Tor Shirt Waists. Wc have over 50 new designs in unique Standard Time Goes. After we have colored, was pretty Harvk Stewart, and striking colors, just the thing for waists to black skirts. badly hurt by being thrown from a wag- had standard time for three or four months, the democratic members of tho Prices 65c, 75c, Ssc, 1. 00 and 1.25. on in a runaway Tuesday. fiscal court tried Tuesday to havo the Mrs. Susan Harris has opened a dress- the town clock changpd up to sun time, making establishment at Mr. Peter but tho republican members voe not so Straub's and invites tho ladies to patron- - old foggish and voted solidly to let well Uo her. enough alone. This settles tho matter 36 in. all wool Imperial Serge 29c. 46 in. extra quality French W. F. McOluiy asks us to In- finally and for good and thanks to our Serge 50c. 50 in. Surah.Scrgc at 65c. A big line of Fancy Suit. form tho teachers that ho has 5 per cent, friends, tho enemy, it was Bettled in the Black Goods in small figures, all wcol at 45c, 50c, 65c, 75 cts. of the amounta due them, which ho will only soneiblo way. Gontlemen, wo are s very much yours truly. and up. 24 in. Silk Crcpon at 40c yard. 40 in. all wool pay on demand. . with Mohair stripes at 75c. 48 in. Mohair Crcpon 1.00. Mork Taxes. The fiscal court, Judge If you want good, strong, home-mad- e Watch this space for the anDotted Crcpon, 4S inches, at 1.00. 48 inch Mohair "Rock" harness, the place to go Ib M. S. & J. W. G. M. Davison, John Edmiston, John nouncement of The Globe, strictand "Bubble" crcpons at 1.50. Finer grades up to 2.75. Wc Baughman's. They will sell you the best Bailey, W. L. Dawson and A. G. Faulkat the lowest prices. ner present, met Tuesday and fixed tho will show you three times as many crepons as any house in ly One Price Clothing House, county levy at 23J cents, which is 5J For Rent. House, garden, all neces moro than last year. Tho amount is to Central Kentucky, and every price is 25 to 50c under current suscessors to Henry & Sam Ly sary outbuildings and three acres of be divided as follows: 4 cents to pay inprices. Our blacks arc all clean Jet Blacks, not browns. grass land near toll gate on tho Danville terest on bonds, 10 for roads and 0 for ons. pike. A. D. Root, Stanford. ordinary expenses. This makes tho State J. L. FROHMAN & CO., 100. conta on and It will bo sad news to the children The county tax now 00increased tho f reand Danville, Ky. poll tax was not and parents who go to circuses "just to mains at $1.23. J. B. Paxton was apto learn Over 600 new waists now in stock. Newest shapes in collars tako the children,"will not "go that John pointed to prepare a statement of the fiout" this Robinson's circus nancial condition of the county for puband cuffs and cut of waist and the choicest colors obtainable. season. lication. Court then adjourned till 4th Wc have newest shapes at 50, 75, 85, 1.00, 1.25 and 1.50: Mies Liccik Bkuley has returned from Monday in this mouth. New line of Ladies' Tics and Bows to wear with Laundered tho cities and is now opening up a line of millinery that is bound to pleaso tho The officers of the Ladies of the Waists, prices 15, 19 and 25c. lodge hero just organized are as most fastidious. Seo her before you buy follows: Mrs. A. A. McKinnoy, past your Easter hat. .. commander; Mrs. Dr. O'Bannon, comG, B. Cooikk has bought out his partmander; Miss Holen Thuimond, ner, Mr. J. U. Yeager, and will run the Mrs. E.G. Waller, chaplain; liyery business alone. Mr Yeager is unMrs. Mrs. Annio James, decided as to his future, but ho will likeMiss Montie M. F. Elkin, finance-keepely go to farming. Harris, sergeant; Mrs. Henry Lammors, our perfection shoes mistresa-a- t arms; Mrs. A. V. Sizeraore, Ladies remember r in Oxfords; I'ickadilles, Common SenEo, Mrs. Joe S. Rico, Miss Georgia Wray, bearers; Mrs. Edna Moore, sentinel; &c, &c, and you gentlemen ought not to forget our Cordovan and tan shoes in Mrs. R. Zlmraer, picket; Mrs. Jos. E. "ST Farris, organist. They will meet twice a all cuts and widths. Hughes & Tate. . month in Odd Follows Hall, that lodgo Wk want 100,000 ponuds of wool, having voted unanimously to tender tho pounds of bacou Bides and hams, Twenty-od- d 1,000 dozen ladies tho uso of thB hall freo. pounds of feathers and now belong to tho ladies members eggs in exchange for dry goods, clothing, petitions to be preboots, shoes and hats, at the lowest cash tent hero with moro meeting. -:- sented at their next (price. Hughes Tate. Mil J. W. Perrin down with pneu- Mixed Paints & Varnishes, Wo Bo MPMOBIEMTBo Dud-dtr- ar CUT GJLAg fit Prices That Will Surprise Yog. DANKS, - JEWELER. -- DESIROUS Ji-huk- OnpiMG 2 SPRING GOODS LOWEST Knock-about-Suitin- PRICES. m 35c and 50c. SEVERANCE & SON. first-clas- s, m m ... "THB GLOBE." Crc-pon- m - m Mac-cabe- e lieut.-command- record-keepe- r; r; ban-ne- 10,-0- 00 1,-0- KENTUCKV. yi Semi-Week- ly r fc iri kV- - I Born, to the wife of W. 0. 0. Rey nolds, a fine Rirl, March 29. Published Every Tuesday and Friday Mr. G. V. Farrla nml Miss L AT Orerbay wore married on tho 4th. 82 JPJClt YJCaVIt IX jVXVVNOB3 Miss Neville Carson tins received a WWhen not to paid S2.60 will b charged.-nico lot of millinery. Ilooms opposito J. T. Cherry's store LOCAL TIME CARD. K. IWt Ilnys aud beautiful sister, Misa Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning at Train leave Anna, of Wildie, paid Urodhead a visit p. m. cio Sunday. Miss Iva Painter is visiting her L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. s'ster, Mrs. Rice, of Livingston, this i 31 p m week. No. at. Train going North.. 3 P ttl -. No. j:i, South No. j, ti 51 p m Little Ellen Noaks, of Corhin, died .... " 3 aj a m No. 26, list Thursday, and her father brought QUEEN & CRESCENT.' her to Brodhead for interment. Thero was quito a crowd of the Corbiu people Train pass Junction City ai follows: No 2 North f No. t South f p m accompanying the remains. ' .1.30 3 u.i5m m ,.3 15 J. Thomas Cherry having purchas 11.30 pm " 6 " s " .6 00 a m 843pm '' 10 " " 9 " ed tho entire interest of J. E Woodard t IDo not Stop in tho firm of Woodard k Cherry, commenced business April 1st, adopting the cash system, thereby making a wonder ful change in prices on all linea of goods. Tho S. S. convention held at the Baptist church was well atttonded. Quite a number of good speeches on different subjects were made. Everybody seemed to enjoy the meeting and many expressed themselves as being amply paid for their time. -Miss Minnie Roberts, of Gum Sul phur, has been visiting Mies Lillie Wil-mthis week. Miss Alice Hays, of Absolutely Crab Orchard, who has been yieitiog friends, has returned home. Miss Des-sl- e Albright spent Sunday with relatives A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening here. Mr. Joiibb McKeuzie, of Mt. VerLatest United States non, was with the brethren at the strength. Saturday and Sunday and wap Government Food Report. elected chairman of Barae. SOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Mr. A. E. Albright, a popular eloped to Jelhco, Tonn., on last 100 Wall Street, New York. Saturday night with Miss DollibTurpin, a beautiful and charming young lady, and were married there by D. C. Moses, By Brlgnoll, out ot Parley, she by Caldwell's Par- city magistrate, at 5 o'clock Sunday rot Bilatm is a find mtilejack, 4 years old and is an excellent breeder. He Is 1; hands, gray in morning. Then they boarded 24 for olo. and Is strictly a good one. Will alio siand Brodhead, whero they were met by in connection many relatives and friends, who saluted A NO. 1 HARNESS STALLION, them with good wishes and also by tho Blood bay, 16 hands high and a splendid individband boys, who welcomed their leader ual. They will each stand at $7 to Insure. aud his young bride by serenading them S. M. OWENS, McKInney, Ky. to J. W. Tate's, where a nico dinner was 9 served. W Interior Journii BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. rmm mm. 1 NABOT1 jKLWjI. Stundnrcl Rulo 0. Will make lh 11 DB. "W. B. PElTlT"5r, DcutfHt, Itocord 2:lPj and mmmiamtmmmamimmiKmmmmiimammmmma SIRED BY WALStNQUAM 2100, dam Tinsel dam Hess dam Jessie Sayre aam.... Walaingham ry .. , 1 season ol 1895. ilroor Latitude a 'i9 7 or 8 others in the list. Stan ford, M.,by C This fine young Jack will make, the present season at the old Levi Hubble farm, a place noted for years as the home ot fine Jacks. He is 1 years old well built and fiho bone. 1 will stand him at tlv low price of a 3 4 Messenger D roc 106, son of llamblotonlanand sire ol F.lalno a so the dam of Noilaine, earllng rscord 31k. Sister to James Howell, Jr., by Hambletoman 10, sire of Dexter a by Harry Clay 45, sire of the dams St. Julian ii'f, llodlne s ii'f, Office on Main Street, Opposite and is more that have produced a 30 trotters; also sire of the dam of Klectloneer sire of 130 In the a 30 Int. ,,l,y I.tbuty, son of Lance, by American Eclipse. t i,' tut I'jsl-Otfi- $5 to Insure a Colt 4 Months Old. Mares kept at reasons die rates, . ft 1 10 JOSIAU MS lOP, Shelby City, Ky. sire ofNabilh. is one of the youngest sons of Gcnrgo Wilkes 510, record a ai, who iuy W'IL 5H. Mike Wilkes a is)f, Wilcox 1 16, and 6j others In 1 3 Illjlitst jirlccs paid. Send far pilce current-Tn- e iii, .iiv I'rouiiciNir. nn ami 19 prouncing iiaugnicrs, A. U Itutkhnr.lt Co , Kxpsrttirs and Manu. rvoTK bay horse. 16 hands lils:h, Sfil..! June s8, iWS. Ills pedigree contains the factuters.Cincltinati, Ohio. Naboth isn iwu in iLimoieisnian ueorjc hhki ra, Mambrino Chief, Pilot. Jr , arid Hsrry Clay 1160, '3' HAW FURS. Henry : Watterson. SIZHI n t $15 to Insure a Living Colt My fine Saddle Stallion, the For HArClll.VO. EGGS, ureal Winter lav ni h. Kef from Leg H Drown hoins. $1 for sj Eggs. Adilroa S. K Urooks, Crab Orchard, Ky '14" Will mike the present season at the farm of T. A. Will also mak the present seawn of iS5 at tliH law prico of EIGHT DOLLARS to Insure a Using to C. I.. Carter, Hedgeille, Ky colt. He is elegant!) bred and a sure foal getter. I will also stand Coulter, known as the Squire Murphy place, 34 miles from Stanford on the Huttonvilte pike, WILLIAM 1 Xi., MA PLE SYRU P. rK Kv. S a( At $7 to Insuro a Living Colt. Henry Watterson It a blood bay, ij hands 01 the take asketl for tlio coll to pay for tbe season high, foaled May so, 1891. . .. xr.. rk.iiii ..it. nru1.nmr ami roe low price 01 norse siock, nave greauy reuucea . season lee o in Sired by Lebanon 5601, he by Red Wilkes 1749, of my horses aud jacks, and considering their Indlvlduslity and breoJing, they stand lower thin any in tho State. one ot the greatest living sires; has eighty-thre- e a 30 performers to his credit, aS in 1891, such as Stable two miles South of Huitonvlllc, on Motetaml A Carpenter's Station pike. Prince Wilkes 1 14, &c. J. K. BAUQHMAN, Huatonvlllo, Ky. Henry Watterson's 1st dam by Tlunco No. 17S07, record a 17; sired Bunco, Jr., pacer, public record one-nu- On the followirg terms! 1 am 10 navA irn roiu.M ni ih rnit i vmir rlcs on September 1, i8o4. de- ducting one-fil- th of tlio amount for season money, but if the pneo is not satisfactory to me, I will OR 7 GOOD JACKS, ..t. ..... .. 1 J. B. HIGGINS, ,.Ulcrt- n "" -- All Hinds Stanford, of Coal, Baking- 3 11. ot Henry Watterson'ls perfectly sound and has a a smooth, frictionless trotting gait, which carries him over the ground rapidly. He is a grand Individual. I will also stand my fine black jack, Furniture, Undertaking, Picture Frames, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Carpet Paper. Our Folding Beds are fine, substantial and cheap. The MyeriS House, 1. W. OltKEN, Proprietor. Stanford, : : : n Kontuoky. Pure LOGAN, Full t jX hands high, 4 years old and has proved a sure foal getter. He was sited by V. L. Caldwell's Grant, out of a goad dam. He will alio stand Don't Fail to See Our Window Shades. I am still running this Hotel aad will continue to give mygueataiho politsst alien- as well as the bttt the market affords. Special Attention to the Traveling Public. con-venti- on At $7 for Mares and $10 for to Insure a Live Colt. Jon-net- s gro-certna- n, T A COULTER. We Beat in Low Prices THE And must sell the goods. Give us a call. I RILEY F. U. BILBY. HOUSE English :- -: Hunter. Combined bay stallion, 16 hands high, both hind ankles white. WITHERS & HOOKER. London. hvc rtied. 77 - - Proprietor, - Kontuoky. &rpartdthan sver W. S. BUE.CH, Attorney at Law, - Stanford, Kentucky. O Bee on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court House Collections receive especial attention. 8S TO THE LADIES. posted on what ladles should wear. Pficm reasonable Come in and give me a trial. enploy none but first clifss help. I At present I can b found at Miss Carrie Porter's residence on Lancaster Street. Respectfully, MISS MARY D. SMITH, Stanford, Ky. 71 6m and keed I deuro to call your atteutlon to the fact that I am ready toseive you In Dross .Making In any and all stales. I take the best fashion Journals DON'T Let your Painting, Papering and Calciminlog until you see Heldca Brothers. We furnish s material and guarantee work, or no first-class first-clas- ssosey. Address, Ky. ror. DR. L. B. COOS, Stanford, erts" Drug Store. "Office Up Stairs ; First Door by Messenger Chief, sire of Maud Merfengtr 1st 1 i6l4, Jake a at and ; others better than a 30 dam Susie by Sentinel a 19, in 187s, sire of on and give the Interior Journal one year free with each order. Amin 319 and 7 others belter than 130, and The New Home, style three, $25. dam Kilty Rivers, g. The New Home, style two, S23. full brother to Volunteer. d. ol Maud Messenger a i6l,j by Alexander's AbThe New Home, style five, $28. dallah, sire ot Goldsmith Maid 1 14, and the mes prepotent son of Rysdyk's Hambletonian. All made by the New Home Sewine Machine Co. arc warranted Ken3 dam by Red Jacket, sire of tee dam of I have following Pianos and Organs, which I will tucky Wilkes s ai, and ol the c d. ol Red Wilkes, for five years. lly Comet, a sen of Sherman Morgan, sire of Versell at prices proportionately low as the above Sewing Machines are of the Morgan fammont's Black Hawk, founder ily family, the greatest family of roadsters in tho offered: REGISTERED. world. I will stand English Hunter the season of igj BY SECOND JEWEL 48. at my stable 3 mi'et from Shelby City, oa the Knob Lick and Turnersville p.kc at 6 to insure Checkering, Ilazelton, Bush & Mason & Hamlin, Dam by old Stonewall Jackson. a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled or 1 his fancy saddlo stallion will make the season mare parted with. Gerts, Colby & Co , Kingsbury, Chicago Cottage, mile from Millcdgevillc, of 189s at our stable I will also stand the excellent young jack, Summer, Kimball, Hinze, Prince . Kimball, Lincoln county, Ky., on the Stanford & Mllledge-illepikeOwing to the scarcity of money we & Son. And Others. . will stand him Sold en Easy Payments. Special Attention to Mall Orders Iivo years olJ, 16 hands high, wllh white poinls, a I'ianos and Organs TuneJ and Repalrd by oao of the most competent workman I ev- Colt. heavy bone, good style and extra length. Sired er knew, who scived a any years In factory learning his trade. All work warranted. by the champion lack, Tom Kene, by Rube Hit sewing aiacnines repaired and warranted. Money due when the colt comes or the mare is lington, he by Clark' Mammoth, he by Wight' l'om parted with. Marcs grazed or fed at reasonable Mammoth, and he by Marlngo Mammoth P. H. IDOL, Stanford, Ky. Address, dam by Col. Epvjm, he by Epsom's Mont- prices. Not responsible lor accidents, should any Kotne's occur. ornery, by cole's Montgomery, or sjiu inacx CltEdgels a beautiful red sorrel, flaxy mane ampson. Tom Kecne's ad dam by Mogul, by S THE HKRD OF and tail, 15 hands 3 inches high; was foaled Sept. Compromise, by Tippecanoe, by Black Hswk, by Imp. Warrior. Gov. tot. John's dam Dolly Woods, 6. 1886, and is a perfect saddle horse. Gilt Edge was showed as a vyear-ol- d and took byTully's Warrior, her dam an imported jennet. the sweepstake premium at Klrksvllle at.d DanThe above finely bred young jack, whose b!o:d ville and la his own ring at Harrcdsburg Those lines trace twice to the great Warrior family and who want to breed to a good saddle stallion are to the noted Black Hawk, the greatest of the WarR. H. cordially invited to look at our horse and tee him rior family, with an infusion ol fresh Imported 111 move. blood close up, has proved a great breedir. - He was sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunning- stand at $0 to Insure a living colt to approved ham's Jewel, he by eld Washington Denmark mares and J10 for jennets, without distinction as I will also stand first dam Minnie by McDonald's Halcorn. to sex ot progeny. His Second dam by Wells' Crusader, his first dam by Pigs for sals from the best types ol Kegutcrd Stonewall Jackson, he by Washington Denmark, Stock. Breeders secured 'rum tne brat herds la several dllTcrent States. Correspondence Solicited ho by Black Denmark, his first dasi by Crusader, he by Old Whip, second dam a Kocky Mountain At 14 to insure a livirg coH Sam Is said to be the mare. best cotton mule jack in the country. BY AHDALLAH MESSENGER saaaie mare, oy "vy Crocket, son of Denny's Drcnnun, by Imp. Dren-no- n Highlander. ail dam by Abdallah Messenger, re of English Hunter, is t dsm the William L.utK READ THIS & SAVE MONEY. Carriage Painter. I will furnish any of the following machines at prices named below 11 moved to my nsw Hotel and am better to accommodst th. public aiiachod and .very convenience diGive u a call. FRANK RII.KV. GILT EDGE 261. the pationagc which I will endeavor to merit ly workmanship and fair troalmrtit ol all. Shop in Meocfsc Building on Depot strict A. II. NinLLt, bl.nU.rd, Ky. first-cla- Call and runl't init work belorc laving sour carnsse repainted I am Iiteatait In lp Afiltf ihnn In tlwn la whl.h fine work can lis done and will ne ere permanently I solicit a share ol your W B JUNKS. T IONI.S, MbH. FIA1TOS: OHCAITS: JONES BE.OS,, Sole proprietors Dean's Black Dlartond Roo I'alnt Kstlmaies furniiotd for painting Wood, Metal and lion Roufi. Satisfaction Guaranteed. All tools painted wllh Dean's lllack Diamond Paint guaranteed for years Dealers in best cittern Pumps and Galvanised Iron r'tlUrs. 67--1 m GOVERNOR ST. JOHN, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. At $10 to Insure Living BLUK-OKAS- I). S. CARPENTER, Duroc Jersey Red Swine Bronaugh,!Pror, OrabJOrchard, Kentucky, Hustonvillo, Ky., Good While rked Osts for satr. V Surreys, Phaotons, Buggies, &c. Furniture and Stoves. Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows Step In arid see a nice Hoe of Hocking Chairs and Kurn.turc. Stoves cheaper than ever Lcltr. Livery Stable and Blacksmith Shop for not. M. S. SAM SMALL, B. Ky. East of McRob-3-im- MADISON SANDIDGE & SON, Mtlledgeville, Ky. Jt F. POWELL. THE WORLD'S CHAMPION, TEE LADIES CORDIALLY : EAGLE BIRD! THE GREAT SHOW STALLION, Winner of Jjoo stake at Lexington, won second money in $joo stake at Versailles, winner of aged premium and sweepstake at Paris, also winner of other premiums lu IS93 since whicn time ho has been in tbe stud. EAGLE BIRD is a beautllut brown, with small star, stand over 16 hands, has a flowing maoo and a heavy tail. Eagle Bird was sired by King Eagle, winner of more than 40 blue ties. 1st dam by Star Eagle, best son of Cabbrll's Lexington. ad dam by Hamlet Denmark, son cf Washington Denmark. 3d dam by Harris' Denmark, son of Miller's Denmark. Eagle Bird will make the season of i3;j at his stable two miles west ol Stanford, on the Shelby City pike, at the extremely low price of New Process VaporStoves IIai'cmmsn. J. W. IUl'Cmmas M.S.&J.W.Baughman, raoranTons GamToonito 8419. 2:191-- INVITED d Race Record s:iaf . Sire of Gilbert z 38. and twecpstake premWinner of the trotters at the iums for standard-bre- d World' Fair, 1S93. To call and examine my Spring Millinery, which t an opening up. I pride myself that it is and that it is bound to please. Having bought lor cash and being determined to sell for cash, I can sell at the lowest possible prices. An examination will convince you. MRS A. A. McKINNEY. 6 Sired by Gambctta Wilkes 1st Duke a 18K and Lady Veiier, dam of five in 2 30 list, ad dam Nellie, by son of Billy Boyce a 14, by Uoibeau. 3d dam Of Helm's lorkshlrc, trior- ougnoreu i.arabonlto 8419 will make the season of 1895 at Central Park, at the low price of Slreof 41 in a 30 list. dam Maud, bv Gairard Chief, sire of Basil We arc now offering the best Vapor Stove made. With six years' experience it has not had a single explosion. We guarantee every stove we put out, ake it to your house and show you its simplicity. LITER V, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, Kontuoky. first-cla- ss Reff.rences. TO THE LADIES ' S 2 $25 to Insure a Living Colt. Gambonita a 19K, the handsome black son of has that great young sire, Gambeita Wilkes a been declared by tho highest authority, and after going through the most lr)ing tosts, the finest and most perfect specimen ot standard bred trot- line stallion that lives. Uambonlto wears itic as being the handsomest trotting stallion In the world, and all who have seen the kingly form and lordly bearing of this proud monarch of tho equine world know Eow justly the mantle so long and so worthily worn by Mambrino King belongs to this grand production ol Kentucky horsemanship. Gambomtols a jet black stallion, just 16 hands high, weighs 1,160 pounds, and as an individual worthily wears the title, "tho finest bred trotting stallion In the world," as awarded him by the World's Fair committee. He was awarded the grand prize offered tor standard bred stallions five years old and over and also first prize for trotting stallions of any age in harness. Thus he was winner of the two most important prires offered at the World's CoIuTrtiian Exposition. His first colt, Gilbert a SJ$ at 3 years old, won He four out ol five races in 1893 as If you want to breeds speed and individuality. raise the kind to sell, Gambonito Is the one to breed to. Call and see his colts; tney will speaK for themselves, Money or casn ncte win be required when a living colt Is obtained. Eagle Bird is one of tbe greatest show hones in Kentucky, as his record in iSn will attest. As a SPRING AND SUMMER. breeder of fine, good colored, high styled celts ne is not surpassed. Beautify Ladies. Mares Irom a distance will be tarnished grais alter May tst at J1.50 per montu ana must be paid at the removal cf tbe mares, Daily openining New Hats, flowers and laces. Care will be taken to present accidents and We give the assurance to the trade that they will responsible should any ocbut will not find in our es ablishment the same excluslveness cur Parting with be removal of mares forfeits the or in style of patterns, hats and bonnets and all the insurance. Jea log novelties in Millinery for which we are E. P. "WOODS. Lriovn throughout the country. I ha.e secured a trimmer for the season. Thanking you lor past favors, we respectfully solicit your patronage heretofore so liberally liest.wod. M. D. DUDDERAR- KATE DUDDERAR, Manager. My Millinery Stock is full and complete. Call citmine and you will bo sure to buy a new Spring Hat. MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, Stanford, Ky ad $15 to Insure a Living Colt. i(, Rice, J. C. McClary, John Newland, E. G. Waller, li. K. Wcaren, J. W. Wallace, J. W. Ramsey, A. J. Karp, W. I McClary, James A. Mudd, C. C. Withers, Peter Straub, Prof. Stapp, etc. the best Stove on earth be fore buying. J. W. Perrin, William ior rates, y.ou II you need livery give us a call. Nothing but turnouts will leave our stable. See us in our HARNESS SHOP dles, Saddles, Ac Have tour repairing done by our man, he understands hi. busiooas. We have a mechanic 10 our "i ?.nd K001 "lment of Hsmea., Bri- BLACKSMITH SHOP. s Will guarantee work and satisfactory prices. Tiy our horse shoer. first-clas- JScc W. H. Wearen & Co. JAMKS II YEAGLR. GhO. B COOPEIl. Yeager & Cooper, Proprietors of......... Something to the -- CLOTHING, My Spring Stock is now almost Complete of as As it is possible to buy, and seeing them will convince one of their Livery nudJFccd Stable, STANFORD, KY. Having bought of P. W. Green his Livery '""" We"C first-cla- ss "J Wallace Denmark. 55. 'Wallaoo E. Varnon, Attorney at Law, - - Slaulord, ee Kentucky. s, hands high. By Sumpter Denmark, Jr, he by Goddard's Denmark, he by Gaines & Cromwell's Denmark, he by the race horse Denmark, he by Imp. Hedge-for- Goes all the gaits to perfection and without any training trots under a 40. Killeen and three-quarte- rs d. THORNTON STAR. 1024 WtUacI as Executor, Administrator and Assign- t dam.. Fannie Wallace No. 16, by Sir Wallace, he a Special attention glvon to Settle nents of ns Attomey and Sale and Division of xcfants Lands. Office ou Lancaster St over Supt.,W. T. McCla-ry- 's office. oo 3 by Tcdhunter'a Sir Wallace, to by Sir Albert, thoroughbred. dam...by Vlrgluius, dam of Virgiiilus by Tran- by, thoroughbred; ho by Mason's Whip- morougnored dam. ..a Whip mare. $10 the Insurance. turnpike Elootion. ILIEXFJL XAr.zoln VVionday, se S p...-mil- Sixteen hands hich. Wallace Denmark r The stockholders ol the Danville & Crab Or- See pedigree ol Wallace Br Denmark 35. chard pike are tequested to meet at tbe First Na- 1 dam Mag 37, by Vidette, by Vindea, by tlbod's tional Bank. In Stanford, on SATURDAY, APR. Black Hawk he by Old Ulack Hawk. Videtle's 6, J?33, lor tne purpose of electing directors lor first dam by Whip, ad dam Gallatin, 3d dam Old the ensuing year. JACK BOaLEY, Tiger. Vindcx's nt dam by Mambrino Chief President. 11, ad dam nv Uld Bay Messenger, 3d dam by Cannon's Whip. SALE OK a dam Julia Wallace, by Sir Wallnce, he by Tod. hurter's S'r Wallace, he by Sir Albert, thoroughbred dam by Vir.'lnlus, he by Mason's Whip, thor3 oughbred, The un.'citl.njd committee will oa 4 dim a Whip mar?. 229 County Bonds. April County Court day, sell publicly in front of the Conrt-Houdcor in Stanford, Ten Lincoln county ."'nds of tie denomination ol$jooeach, bearing from date and payaole annually m xnc oouja arc io mature iu ao yesrs G&y 01 J uit. with privilege reserved 01 payiug (hem alter 10 G M u.ivioun. years. J. F. CUmMINS, J. u, 1'AXTON. Committee. 8th, 1895, $10 the Insurance. Stock committed to lay care and breeding wil receive my personal attention. Grass furnished at reasonable rates, tube p.ld before removal of stock No responsibility for accidents or esc .pes. Pa'ting with stock forfeits insurance. Red Pijs t)T sale. J. STEELE CARPENTER, Hustbnville, Ky. Saddle Horto Register. Call in when convenient. Mahogony bay, 15)4 bands, sound in eserypar May, 1B91. icular. by Second Jewel 48, Sired by RED PR1NCK 31, by Jewel Denmark 70, by wasiungton Denmark 6i.Dr Gaines' Denmark 61, by Denmark F. S by Imported Iledgeford 1st aam uiainonu $14, a brown mare, 10 nands, by Nobby 36, stre of Nobby, Jr., ais, by Garrard Unlet, sire 01 nasil uune a ao,, uj uiaiuuruio Chief, and the dams or Gambonito a 19,', world champion, and Lady Yeiser, dam of 5 iu a 30 or btter. ad dam Old Diamond 513, by Len Rog ers. 3d dam by Gaston's Laf.iyette. Th.r.inn Snr U the kind to breed to. You find on his sire's sido he runs back to Imp. Iledgeford. dim's side he has tne ironing cross 01 txou- On ' l.v Kv Mnmbrinu Lhlei 1.. UU . Uw tlv Cf iJoitsrs; besides Nobby is sire of a great many ,.Vo r.fnur host saddle horses, and is a registered sad dle stallion and W trolling stud. H1b Ib Diamond, the dam ot rhornton Star, is 16 hands and Is one ol the finest mares id Kentucky She Is a noted show mare with great style and ac: : : tion. His and dam was 16 bands and as fine as anybody's. Thornton Star was exhibited last year as a wear old at quite a number of Kentucky T?,r Gin-1- "Goods Warranted Give me 'II fairs and only met defeat oace or twice, always being a contending horse in the saddle slakes, lie coming season be tne boss among will, I think, this saddle stallions, and the horse that beats, him will in is make bis owner proud of the job. Ho canfine evdo every particular; goca all the gaits and right to a lettei . as it should be. Willo, ery mares icrve a limited number ofservice.At $10 To or Jio cash time of and m loal should chanjo "All persons having claims against thecitlteol brd Note hands, money due at that time. Mares kept at Margaret K. Bibb, deed , will prcieat them to me reasonable rates, but not responsible for accidents properly proven before April is, 180c 9 should any occur. WALLACE E. VARNON, Office over McRoberts Drugstore in the Owsley Adui r w.th Will Annexed, a HUE, Building, Neat and Stylish Goods VAILUJE ANB IBJIDAUTY H. J. McROBERTS. FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS public us always ready and willing to lurmsh will find Drummers agons. cither single or double, or Cam-age- s of ad kinds at ery LOW PRICKS. The Loys in and around town will also find us tbe peo-pi- c to deal with. Stop with us when in lowuat nd your horse and VX will tie well cared for. YKAGEK & COOPKR Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. 1 On short notice. The traveling n,J'nni'i A. C. Sine, Successor to 1 t0 ttecemng XiVfOB , I will y. SPRING AND SUMMER anr i Prfcc" GOODS carry a genual slock of Building by selling Mats-rialu- "' FOB, CASH ONl.Tr, Will be enabled to make Lower Trices than ever been offered here. I would call special has attention to 1TOTICE. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, In-Bur- " EuHffi VIRE and SLAT FENCE Made of Oak Pickets, the cheapest and the market. bttt fence-i- Stanford, Ky. WM.M. Danville. IRON AND STEEL ROOPUfG 1 Mill work at City Price. .ff r a ' iawgifciBafc . -- jqV.