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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890032801 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 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. Orange Raising, Ostrich Fanning. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. MARCH :28. 1890. I NO. 8 Ac ".'(. ' u.ii'iia titnl Sinnfiil time is about "J hours ud u minutes, n being lit m'tch slower i . Su. when yrni aie awakened by murmur, nun a rap on voiir IkhI. running v,u sit mi the side of the "i.Mirt'VfHHiid wMtingfor a littli- mon. ;....!. a littb' ...ore slumber, a little mm-- . o. the aim, tortleop. e Mill hive nearly th.ee l........i.. which tusnonae. lUeen.s that we have the advance of you. Il.it on theothe. ha .d. when we an- at . Lurch and compelled to listen to a lonu and 'ircsome sorinon mi.l hgiii to get resiles and wW. we hadn't come, you lu-i- 1ki. litiiiixA. Cu... Mr. Htkiiihii: -T- l.odii.'.-rencoiuP.is I'.i. these old relics of the past are still stand inir in the northwest portion oftlii'town. tdiow about pMii.xlwiihiiMiiiinik-..y CRAB ORCHARD. I DEATHS" DOINGS. llfu,ril0011 is tll0 I ......iiMimilimi.imi.. Ml in 1111 i iu!ii, "mu"! '"T",wim ineowner a prcuygooti ' asauenn pays MM,U,U ...... , , . ............ ,, ., ' ; .... ,. ., .. - defending themselves. in Vol man in town, succeeded in coming lie was hoiritied to find his body lying considerably. Their " within $1(1 in swappin lioises with a on a small bridge over the creek near ''-"' very much like those of a calf, feller the other day! Verily, that's tlriv-in- the stable, neai ly stitl' in death.' He, am! the hoof m hard ns a horse s. hud long sufl'eied from some disease of a harsiu with a rush. Mocking birds a.e as numerous here The vexed ipiestion ns to the loca- the head and his sudden demise may any other ami thm. is no necessity tion of the school-iious..Mini in the dopot have resulted from ih'at, though apot"1"'-- ' '""J" f,,ri81' ' "' " eo the jK.int 7 ahead. nciuhborhood iias at last been settled by plexy and heart disease we suggested. Tl.ni vou're l,"rti'1 of "" I .tin almost afiaid to tell of the won- - 'M'tfui Miss Kate Uojde. The old site, accord-iiik- ! Mr. Hubble was it native of Pulaski -- TO.l,.rmlKiVthofMiiitiwwliitliUwniiii mid often during the night. About:! to her decision, is done away with county, where lie iimiried Miss Martha o'vlovV this morning one perched himself and the new building erected by Mn T. Stigall, but lie has lived in this county m.mtrv for tor of Uwing my reputation tlie top of the house and treated us Mo P I am reliably inform- His Holmes in the east end of tho dis- the most of his life of 70 years. f..r triitlifiiliituw. serenade, which I would tli.it the e..e,dvptu or yum to a nice little o.l however, trict is accepted by the State for the or- wife survives him with three children tr.'- - has been known to add feet In in have enjoyed mure if he had waited till dinary common school purposes. It is Misses Allie and I.tiura and Will Hubaftr Minrisc. h.-months. This i to be hoped that this will end the con- ble and in their lo.--s they have the symhi in They1 The Utter part of last week was very tention and that the antagonistic parts pathy of many, friends. Mr. Hubble ".ut i:.to feet is common. it has been a little of the district will become reconciled to- was an elder in the Christian church at everv day in the vear. Tlieno and warm, but since then The pepper tree .both the iw.h-- and clear up to yesterday. . I can ward each other. Shelby City and was one of its most deKENTUCKY, will on the His neigh-hoi'- s Mrs. J. A. Newiand was inMalled ns vout and liberal members. the willow in some ie-- ' hardly lealize that, while people in latter reMJinblinu speak in high terms of his uniform with leaves like tboM.of the fern, ,tucky weie wadin thro' snow, with airent for the L..& N. at this place Tues-il.tfor shade tun, but tho thermometer marking l'J, Californi-th- e to fill the vacancy occasioned by the kindness and say he was poMcml of a .niieip.dlv ire , around an. ofiihhI walnut andasiilmnml for nuts.- ans were going bloomimr in their shirt-- decease of her husband. She will not most. sympathetic nature, which could, and budding preside in person at the ollke, but thro' be easily aroused to gene.ous, charitable sleeves amidst KlM.de. well as . i"""" fn- -t plact' of the trees and flowers, as was the case week Mr. W. II. I'ettus, whom she has em action. He was an ardent believer in 1S90, sell at aktuu th" which are before last. It mutter not how hot the ployed to do tho teleraphuM,' and attend the lost cause and showed his faith InIcUl'llMI lllltk. ' 'ny re. the nijilits are always cool, and to shipments. Though yon iij! in years, his works in entering in Col. (irecly's I iKitice in the In f kiikiii .lot kn l that lix- - Intern people have to be very particu-eMr. I'ettus is a thorough railroad man, a regiment. Since the war Mr. Hubble th- - toiintv lew of Lincoln had been t I(V). which, with lar about noinu' out of doors after t jn cents on the competent operator and well equipped lias devoted himself to stock raising, in ' everv wav to "hold down" the position.! which lie has been most successful. His the tate tax. Ac. I tf.tess would be H7i lll, lest they catch cold. ' w TON- Kcckon H tax at -. ents; and the This is the first instance and we are stock w as al waws the finest in the fair 1,1,1 will kick as usual fi.iil iiii.il in the pretty well acquainted with tho road, rings ,aud he hardly ever showed an the Tin. Ititt..rni.i noil animal that failed to wear the blue. The One third cash; balance in two equal installments at 6 and 12 months. j, t1U8 htnU.H wj,t wt. ,, 1Ut. HWare having been an employe thereof in otii-lenv Inch do you .. suppose . they'd kick J if .. I .1 , tl.ey had to pay t .NJ on me jum ami - ()f; ,.Tit. mort, hM. ((f t()i(, IorioUH ,.j. ervears of a woman heinu entrusted funeral sermon was preached at McCor- Stock in the Company may now be had by applying at once to S. for poll tax. n the people of this county muU. 0f Kentucky the more I wish I with such a responsible holding by the mack's cliurch by Klder Montgomery, M. Owens, Stanford, or to the General Manager. S95 only for a share Pasadena town tax is 70 cents on UvwJ do M(xll.0i Cal'forni. or IVru. A L. & N. Co. The appointment, however, after which a large procession of friends SUN' climate goes a gives general satisfaction to our citizens. followed the remains to their last rest- - of $100, and the stock will be taken up by the Company at $125, for the little bit of Kentucky fellow, Mr. Toney ing place in Butlalo Cemetery. That The new railroad is ulready doing a OI1, WilJ. Two weeks of it is sullicient first payment for lots. No personal liability for deferred payments Mr. Hubble was worth perhaps $ro,- thriving business, running VI trains each Q llltljri, thonglits of suicide in tlio ordi Brooks, of Hockcastle, was here Friday the Company is content with liens retained. 000 including S10.000 insurance that he way a day between liere and l.os Anii- i- nary miniIf Hml Uirt.t. moul,9 0f jt iB on business. H. CJ. Hover, of Turners-vill:ts pasm'iiger trains dsily b who captured one of C. O.'s hand- carried on his life. Until day of public sale a limited number of lots will be sold privateles. nuikini: ,0 ,.M)UK, to ,,m,t.0 despair and - lticliard Dale Owen, the chemist ly on tw.entlie two points on the two W''H- - ' desperation in any hunuut heart. Since somest belles, smiled on his friends here same terms, at a fixed schedule of prices. . Tho hire is now W cents font round-tript,R, uMl0 oi m x0Vl.,i,tfr the people one day this week. Miss Sabra Hays, of and geologist, is dead. It is believed that, at these prices, this Addition now furnishes a bet-- , c Mr Fletcher Wilson, aged iJI!, died or '.Ofor J.'., it used to be to cents. The of i0lisvije i,ve j,- - onoiu;h of this Stanford, is visiting Mrs. J. H. Holdam. for tntveliug, vitlninoita climate to make them the Mr. Ward teller has ter opportunity for investment than anywhere olese in Eastern Ky. from Ohio, at Lebanon. He was wortli greatly increased will no doubt make m(Wt tnx.M ot 0f ,n0rtals on the face where he has been attending school. IMwaid Wilder, for many years a n I the low rates For prices, lots or other information, apply at Stanford or I'ine-- I Mrs. Annie Miller has joined her bus- - leading druggist of Louisville, is dead. this place the resilience of a great many of , t.arl,, lf we were ville, Ky., to William Harvey, a prominent citi-- ; l.o Angeles business men, and the "' there would Imvo lwen dozen suicides' band at lloz) Patch, where they have of houses now advertised for sale or. (ny j during the months of gone to housekeeping. ,1. S. Kdmistnn .en of Somerset, and for a number ofi b.r . ,,d Februarv and for the first is In Madison tiiis week talking up his -vc.irs a wholesale merchant in Louis-- ' fir rent will very materially decrease be- - j General Manager Bell Co. Coke and Improvement Co. , . . .. clothing trade. Messis. It. (i. ami Jack ville, tlied suddenly this week. ,, . , ,jolll)t ,f lore very long, n..-of MnrcIl Angelt-nn.t country on the globe has experienced a Williams, of Mt. Vernon, weie here MonI'rof. Itobert C. Morrison, 1'resident nOO feet hiuher than the mountains, is almost free from more wretched vaiietv of weather than day, ostensibly on business, but gossip of the faculty of Hellewood Female Seinnearer foils, and is pleasant both dnv and night. we have passed through since the mid says to Fee some of our pretty girls. Mrs. toary, died nt Anchorage after aji illness D. H. Kdmiston and little daughter are of three weeks. He was born in Rock This immediate county is bettcradapt die of last November convalescent, after a rough spell of meas- bridge county, Vu. laisinu'. and very little farm el to fruit Hon I i: I.kttkiis auk I'ski.. The inciidnne. .o.ne wheat, barley, oals absurd paragraph originally published in les. Mrs. Hannah Steger. who was Hi 11111.K. After considerable silence threatened with serious indisposition and potatoes aie raised. Only such crops H.....I t Are headquarter for S!....ll.. ....I il'.... !.... o..;.-- on account of being busy and away from last week, is somewhat better. Drs. as will mature without irrigation are; girls made their love letters into pil- lilairand Dooies weie called to .lellico home, I again show mv respect for the pianted. Corn cannot be successfully ican local newspaper around ns by conlows, with the notion that they induced Tuesday, to perfo-c&o. a surgical opera best ram. .1, as. just at tho time it needs rain tributing a few items to its columns. sleep, has been copied extensively in tiou. to form the ear, the dry weather sets in Kuiope and commented on seriously. Nothing fresh to say, only Hubble is on ' Plows! Plows! Plows! Huy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel and Cuts it short. Itarley and oats are Stung to a sense of investigation by this a boom and gas lias been struck in four CHURCH AFFAIRS. i. .....I,-- ! ..n. mill liiivn lici'ii so for ..i ' places in inexhaustible quantities. J. A. Plow and you will make no mi.stake. No plow is equal to those; no I.ii... ...... litunil liui ... .... lililliuiin. wL'it. mill lf II tl .......... ..p, ....... .w. KMer H.irsit- is the lecture field Hammonds has sold his stock of dings' n week or two. Alfalfa is the principal ;; Truth sent out commissioners to exam again with his "Man in Miap" and of hay crop and is generally .wii on low will and fixtures to .1. I. Burnett it Co. and plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. livery plow wai ranted to ine the brightest andibest of the sex in be in Richmond the M and 4th. mid damp ground, wiieie it yields three I am able tiiev have moved them across the stieet do now to report America, and cood work--, or no sale. A sk vour neighbor. A" a result of the meeting at thej to the store now occupied by them. C. or f.mr crops a year, but if irrigatedsome-tune- circumstantially, and authority, .with going on it. Harris' little daughter tell from a live or six ciops hove been cut. Uaptisl church, which lias pilFair at l.os that the American gills do not make 1 attended tho Mate Citrus lor uie nisi two wccks, 11. were mipiiztit trunk and stuck a stick in her neck lows of their old love letters; on the con- :.. .1... ..1......1. ..r...i 1.... C.....1 .. . . :..!.. Angeles last week. It seemed to me to j)r8. Traylor iuul I Juiiinp weie iniied in they tie them up with red tiipo iiiuiriiiiii.iiii.ninncinmu. iiim. . . . success. The display of or-- trary, be a decided wiiiiiiii.i. and the splinter removed and she is! indorse the ends mid keep them to he -- A e Turkman was fined 0 for thought to be doing well. Measles at It. angts. lemons, guavas. citions, Ac, was rend court. New Yoith Truth. ' 4 Tkfftff in Is, snoring in cliurch. The preacher was r Fugleman's. Mrs. Susie Hammonds I mt line, and showed well the advnuUi Xflfr"&.M iu this Indus-- ' ges.jf Southern California Yestei.lax. the House Committee on let otr, but he ought to have been H" ,uul daughter are visiting Ql V? in Kivereidc had the Uug.-s- t mid boat Oci nnxri. Weightsjui.d Measuics knocked veiely mulcte.l for preaching a sermon (jll,L.v ami i:sSell countie.s. James Pol-' tr ' exhibit, embniciiig nwirly a fouith of the' thtf n,iiinistnitions silver bill higher that would put a man to sleep lard was presented with two little folks A history of the Kliabetlitawuwhole. The Washington .Navel is De a kU,. The section .lmfle.l by Mr. n few days ago, both heaity and doing Is Receiving Hi3 ond all comparison with other varieties yvindoin, nuthorbung the Secretary of church, shows it was oiganied well. Mrs. Joe Swope litis been sufiVi-- , ...... .... tllfllli.l. fkf in ...... 1,1 None ol the original LJ mem- ing from a carbunkle, but is improving, of oranges. I ins is a iiueiy uevempuu .1... iiiiiniwji 1. ...... nil' oiioi'i'im mv icHiimi' i. spe.ies, a scion having beonsent toaltiv certificates under certain conditions, was bers aie living, but not supposed be- ti. P. Bright is burning a large lime kiln r erside paity from the Pepartment at killed, and the value of the cause of the unlucky l. in number. The and will be able to furnish lime at low Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Giur.uiteoJ. Give him a call. Washington seven or eight veins ago, dollar of the dads was adopted. The sisteis seen, to outlive the brethren, as rates. William Arnold has bought Har-- j Pom which all the treos in existence speculative craze that is sweeping over none of latter of iiist tOO members are hnut land's half interest in the stage i nd here have sprung. A tine lot of oranges tho country is going to bring on a finan- living, while theie are nine sisters of mail line from Lmcaster to Danville and from the original tret, was on exhibition. cial crises one of these fine mornings, that number alive. is running it successfully. S. M. Spoon-from and I notice on a card on an exhibit The protracted meeting at the aniore sold a cow and calf to Iiurnett for the best thing Congress can do for Riverside the following, which is ra'i'Lr, the people is to completely remonetize Church of Christ, under the direction of $25. The party from Middlesboro living, &D JXTCB-G-IStoo good showing, I think, especially sjjvt,r j,v mitliori.ing its free and uiilini-fo- r Itrother F. W. Smith, still continues on .leak Yerkey's place has effected a of jt,.d the present year, making a yield ille with about L'o additions to date. The trade with Dr. .John Owsley ami has Times. to the acre. "These Navel oranges chinch was organized a year or two ago moved to his farm on the river. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, The (Jovernor's suggestion concerning with about 'JO members from the Couit orchard, purchased L'li are from a Government mail bags are made in months ago, when the trees were I years the enroot idiots would, it adopted, re street church, who separated from the FANCY ARTICLES, &C fill fnr fl 000. Thecroi.on the trees lieve the treasurv of the State of an im latter cliurch over the use of the organ the Kings county, N. Y penitentiary. from a Simon Simpson, a bad negro, who I'liyiicuns prescription accurately compounded. a mem in church worship. It when bought sold for Sl.tVH); last year's mense drain, and the State itself tlark stigma. As the law stands wo pay bership of about l'JO, and will build a recently escaped from tho penitentiary year's crop brought $:5,17o and this We a premium for idiotic children, as once house or worship this summer. Win- ami murdered an inoffensive colored Does orange culture pay? ' If this is correct, it is wo paid a lionus for the scalps of wolves. chester Democrat. farmer, was taken from jail at Mariana, think it does." STOCK nF WATCHtb, LARCEST a gold mine; but the average If each county can not be made to care Hook gives the Fla., and lynched by a mob composed of THE The Itaptist Year' better than for its own idiots, then an asylum should per acre at Riverside, according to the CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. number of regular Itaptists in the Tint- white'and colored citizens. ' The llOlth bound cailllOll-bal- l OI1 the inscriptions on tne t.auucn, is ?iou.ui, be provided at Frankfort as thegoyernor ed States at ;J,O70,0t7, an increase of HV Ever br0U2ht t0 Um market. Price. lower than C.-i"i7. during 1SS0. The amount collected L. iC N. Hill into a misplaced switch at' thelowel. Watehet, Clock' and Jewelry He. there being 0,000 acres in oranges, pr o- -' recommends. paired on shurtjnotice and warranted. ducing $1,000,000 wortli of fruit It. F. Hunter killed ltob Flowers, an- - for all' purposes so far as repotted was .Nasuvuie, wrecKing several ireignt cars A,ja-Los Angeles is better than otjlur ll0yi j 'S10.UH),'J..lil, an average of St a mem- ami killing Alex Stevenson and Henj. IJusini'sri in ,.0,,ty. ltotli ber. The list of institutions of learning Daley, both colored, injuring several oth I expected to find it. i unagiueu every drunk. The World's Fair hill passed the icported include Mi, with property ng er people and damaging the depot buildthing was as dead as could be. They are ! The. organization ings. actually building more business houses, iouse Tuesday with an amendment gregating$ltl(M!i,.Stll. The second burning of Mayor Stock- and some lino residences are going up. which piactically postpones it till JSH.i. of GOt churches is reported and the deli uch uiSiri.fula. I lcer-- Pimple, LVtr-te- d Throat ret all Hood disease in course of erection, j (jhirafeo is to put up .")00,000 to show cation of JtoO new houses of worship. The j bridge's house, at Colorado Springs, Col., KKKT SPEC IMC The Price jt pr boule Syphiht.. diseases in all its te-., Xhtou, .V' magnificent building, and from that she can furnish $!,f.00,000 more. Tho names are given of LM ministers received by lias aroused tho White Swvlhn?, pleasant to take o( all the Iruntunu.. It vines Dyspepsia will be a HAVls IKONlh'l ltRSU the most blood, regulates tlie lier and imparts nc tuc ,;) to the muscles hes its lofty site will bo admired far and near. government obligations are as of ol- d- from other denominations during the citizens toa high pitch of excitement. it gie a kei'D appetite, enri'$1 perthe liottlii,m Pri. and nervous if the if r,.)00,000 for buildings and display. The year, of whom V2 were W'tlUM S HI P i maJi o( the Let worm killers mid expe. er known to the ' GA'l It is an immense structure, and .from the Metho- - Threats being uitulu to burn other hous. i trfke, Mfe and reliable. Prwe s profession and therefore recommend!. iti If liu ilt as many of Senato will now consider. es, citizens patrol the streets all night dists. State were already divided, '"cJATI.iVF'.S MAGNKUC Pll.LStorall Liver Cjmplauiu, Impaired Digestion, sLk Headache, armed. Any tiro bug caught will be lynchThe supply wagon of tho State the papers of this section are trying to ents per box Pn. e Ac AcU.iiatli.ir.K The trial of Itobert James at Charles- ed. 1 should have concluded . it guards, containing tho sugar, Hour, etc., Manuf.utureu aim lor sale to the trade by the i.,,v.. ilnne. ,. . . Mr. Cailisle says that the election ton, S. C, who hired two negioes to was the capitol of Soutlieru uuiiornia, WUJ overturned en route to Harlan, C. RLTG CO., WILLIAMSBURG murder his father, in order that he might law, which tho republicans want to enwithout asking any questions. Tho oliL j nml Privates Curry and Gibbs were inherit his estate, ended in a verdict of act, would require the employment of is an nluiost exact counter cousidembly bruised, the box of bacon death. It was proved that James gave (WO.OOOollicortj of election, at an expart of the one which was so long an eye fnm,,K on thu latter. Curry was thrown the negroes $."00 eacli for their bloody pense of from $10,000,000 to $lo,000,000 sore to Lexington, Ky.,"and was built a ovor the dill' and landed in tho edge of work, and the jury found him guilty of every two years, which would have to be Hook Kernhia, Short liana, Teuorapny. m long time ago, when Los Angeles was a Cumberland river and leceived several met by the United States Treasury. murder in the first degree. ll'Hfe flr Catalogue arid full information. bruises about the head and face. of ndobo huts mostly. Soiuo of village ti. Not lonis ago a young man went into beir mi mill mad one of tlicm mad in iiii. way. when it rushed upon linn "' Ky him a severe kicking, fro... ' Mr. Levi Hubble wa found dend in tlii" among' near his house about noon Tuesday. He was in better spirits and apparently in tu..,.gninlbt.tHlX. lix IHvit was hiielivr hero duriiia better health that morning .than usual the recent Hood than lias been known mid Mit in his wife's room conversing for years. Several houses weie sub- with liur and reading the Bible till, mulled ;md much fcnciue, and proven- about 11 o'clock, when he left the house der swept away. No live stock, howev- to turn the stock out of the stable into tho lot. When the men came home to er, was lost. .liui Clindwick. who prides himself dinner he' w , still gone ami his son on hfiiu:u slick horse man and the trad- - Willie went out to look for him, when Proiiiiiiiiiliiu tn tin. SnrillL'S cmw ,lt.ru Ilow An Attractive Opportunity - a.-- For Investment. THE M . - '" u ' ,!,. j o ! VI EN ADDITION '"" "'l , . PINEYILLE ) ' 'even-reeiw- ). r Ken-8i..-- ts v. n-- ed ; 1 fr 15th and 16th of April, Public Auction Alternate Lots to highest bidder. j d uif-li- -- 1 . tax-pave- 1 I I - , fine-lookin- g ' e, ! -- I d , ; Is ... jhv,!. J. S. HUGHES, j -' . HIGGINS OTKINNEY '"" "... ...t. .. I I ) m Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, ... - ; s ly-e- -- -- ... 1 1 1 ... J- ; ' m$ ; k"ft VV fWl- ff i) "fTP' I Vt't lYtf h 'YTWW YY ,. c'.a) '; .,,, - Pros-byteiia- n 'P-.- ... lS-.'i- l. j SPRING AND SUMMER' GOODS. legal-tende- 1 "A. 'M T PEMY," JZEj"V7"Ii3IjEI 11 eoiiiage.-Louisv- ' tro-J- -- - Li-ac- now-lia- s $7,-MX- ). J. r ' The Great Remedies i . -- court-hous- e, r - I LIl-F- nied-ic- ai , . ... , j -- M'illiaiusbur, Ky. court-hous- e j I BRYANT & STRATTON Business College nillVII LK Mr t , . ! .i ". " ' . r - X J J tt Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal nghtsville, Ua., liy a ' from the jail at j to death. mob and shot Makcu LN, Covington has 1M0 soloons, 17 pliyM- -i Stanfokd, Ivy cians, ii hotels, 10 undertake!, V2 music! Yes, wo 'em, tpiii'liiuM .... ....f () eroceries !!r tlmir stores. in. F lowest Goods, Shoes i0 lawyers. breweries and Maryland's treasurer is added to the Aicher, the loin? list of defaulters. line. treasurer, was too sick to run oil, ho he had to stay and face the music. AwoMVN'in l'oitage county, O., has The Standard Oil Company has pm Tiik death of Judge W. L. Jackson, of making is a seveie just given birth to four childion, clmsed forn million dollnrs, the properthe Joirerson Circuit Court, accouchoment.s. Shu is cer- ty of the Limn lit Company, la strong loss to the bench and lar of the State. nine at two following the Divine command to est competitor in the Ohio Hold. It occurred Tuesday morning after a tainly increase and multiply with a vongonce to namClarkson has bnd S short illness of acute Bright's disease, at j) city he that must stagger the man whom she ed for him. Wanaimiker and Harrison his home in Lon'sville, in which Dudley has just I Hi yoiU'SCI ( IWJ IISIICG Of lIlSpCGtlUQ Oil,' 11CW CiprUlg StOCI. I. while Blocks counted his friends only by tne number calls husband. llOW III U Born at be un honoied by admirers in Missouri. of law abiding inhabitant. ) hnat. fllailC Of UOIlf (CSI I'CS. WC CUIl SU.lt ItOll,. Tin: Senate Committee has repoited -- The New York graUd jury handed ,J0mls, Clarksburg, when it was embraced in favorably to seat Saunders and l'owors, lalCSU UXSOl'tmcn t COIUC Ulld. SCC US. lleillcmTwr If Oil the Old Dominion, in 1SW, he entered the republican claimants for the Senator-ship- s ill II lOUg piVSUIlllllUUl ill Minm in- f,j,p ill of . as a ilis- the practice of law at '22. shortly afterfrom Montana, ami they will bo sheriirsotllce is cbnmoterized commonwealth's seated and a shame to civilizawards ho was elected over the protests of the minority, grace to the city attorney and was twice chosen to repre- which seems to have no rights under ie- - tion. A syndicate, of which sent his district in the Legislature, lie publican rule. !v. Buekalso served twice as second auditor, as ner is if member, has bought half a mil- Hiinerintendent of the State Literary It is stated that How Buekner will ap- linn worth of nmnoitv in and around bii.ii. b you, co in e to look Fund anil as lieutenant governor. In point Capt. I'M Poiter Thompson, ex- - Ashland and willWoeeed to I oom that t rrp.lt in 1W50 he was elected circuit judge of the librarian, to be his private so secietary. town. to give to every week irker, liith judicial district, but the war break- There seems to he even a stionger bond A conscience stricken New over ing out shortly afterwards, he was com- of union between these two than pos- who withheld his name, has just sent missioned colonel of tho :51st Virginia sessed by Damon and Pythias orSaul and Sl.oOOtotten. Wanamaker, saying that r volunteers and in 1S(V was made an Jonathan. he robbed the postolltce department of on the stair of Stonewall Jackson, to of that sum. LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. lie was buildings in Pioneer, whom he was closely related. Twenty-onhnec-paut- s to every in all the important battles fought by one of the oldest villages in NorthwestThe House passed 50 bank charters beWedthe army of Northern Virginia and ern Ohio, were destroyed by tiro in lc-- than 40 minutes Monday fore the close of the war had been proThe bill to tax banks as nil, other nesday. The bridge over the St Joseph . moted to brigadier general. After spend- property at the par value of its btock river was also burned. ing some time in Mexico, while he was passed the House 11 to '.VX William Waldorf Astor will place belt. of under ban in his native State, which The bill taxing railroads for the missive bronze doors at tho Broadway had become West Virginia, he located benefit of the common school districts entrance of Trinity Church, New York, , at Louisville and opened a law olliee, was missed bv the Sennte. as a memorial to his miner, .luun brought him clients and His talents soon They will cost SI 00.000. JluBl. i,j"miM.y's bill to confer for in 1S7J he was r pro rU. ri ,lts ,, his ),.,s i,ell Deputy Sheriff J. M. Bailey, of Boyle elected circuit judge, which office he has favorably reported to the House, but it county, received n very painful and dancontinually held ever since, being regu- is not likely to pass. gerous wound in his right hand by the larly elected every six years. I'ntil the The House has concurred in the accidental discharge of a pistol, whith he recent legislative investigation no charge Senate amendment to the act calling a didn't know was loaded. against his otlicial integrity had ever constitutional convention, leiiuiriug a The Ohio river after reaching .V) feet l Iclliio, I keep on hand N i im il;t been made and the errors then revealed submission of the now constitution to L'inches at Cincinnati began to fnlf Wed ah.l Nui ( im! hi my jiiI I. rate J ur urdcr ..I were on the side of mercy and of tho the people. nesday morning and at lafit leports was ar J aul tfley wi'H t 'iiended io piompily J H HU.C.INS, heart and not of the head. He was an .Both Houses have nassed an act to down to "0 feet. The fresh rain will Surlortl Ky 6) and his place authorize the board of trustees of able, fearless, model judge n hardly get it as high again. not easily be filled. Kentucky and (jou t0 iasuo bomis to raise mouev toMc- Mrs. NatUoodwin, wife of the jolly I. 31. HKL'CK, her mother, Virginia, unite in sorrow-ove- Adaiuio the streets and provide street actor, is intensely jealous of him, and at the loxs of one who served each so lumps for said town. took cold poion to end her St. Louis AW li.uc tin- finest ami most umpU-stixk. of. FKD STA3LS, honorably, nobly and conscientiously. The Senate passed a bill to reduce troubles, but failed to kick the bucket. LIVERY, ' the pay of assessors from 1 cents to of The doctors pumped it out of her. sTANMiKD.KV. The advertising bill presented by (?. a cent on the ilOO assessed after the tirst :icei,Ls for every pays -H- ockford, Pa a't 1 I ?N 7"comm Kitei At . Keller from the committee appointed 0 Knglish sparrow head presented to the tfavers million dollars. If it becomes a law am, MttK.h, j by the Tress Association to draft andpre-fcein Ihcry hkie will bo saved annually to the state. proper otlicer, in order to get rid of tJieonlyhrt-clihoriii- ii it to tho legislature, was killed deadTho House committee on Invalid pests. In three weeks one man alone. er than a door nail when it came up for Pensions has authorised a favorable re- showed ;l,247 heads ami drew $107.41. . 'Plu i"?nmmiHnj nmieiiliimtinii Tiutciliu' port on Kepresentativu Morrill's bill, Jim Coombs ami Jesse Harnett, who on Printing, of which Hon. J. L. Bruce, providing for disability pensions and a assassinated John A. Hose, a prominent of Boyle, is chairman, reported it favora- who have reached farmer of Powell county, have been sen- Lot on Main Street in Stanford ..... I. .it .. . : ..I.... 11.. 1.1.. ., if jnnn service to all soldiers " uV wuiiKi.m.., Uie MJe of J2 yeure tenced to the penitentiary for life. The Containing i I .vre. loaaeu uown wiui iiiiieuiiuiuiiu uy uiu Mr. Holland, who has no doubt suf- assassination grew out of the noted little fellows who wanted their counties fered, has piesented a bill to punish pro51 Acres of Land, feud. exempted from its provisions, so that the prietors or landlords of hotels for sull'er- On Crab Orchar.l pikr secured -- Jack Chinn, it is 'said, has property of unfortunates and infants ing or permitting their waiters at table options on several hundred nereis of blue- liver in Stanford. Call and examine and be convinced. Busrcry. noarly now, and can continue to be sacrificed, till it was ortables to receive money or other things grass land in .Mercer and adjoining couu- - c0iurnbus Chairs 2 Rockers. sovornl so disfigured it was hardly worth pass- of value by way of tip or reward from ties, for an eastern syndicate, which pro-"- ; ' Kthctiniln not JJ ii III be for rent. nr ,'J Thos. IttfiVfimi: M Jj i ,, ' ing, and then it was tabled by a vote of ...".. wv.' .. Xmto iMil.C s J' or K. guests. A penalty of f 100 line is pio-- l poses to establish stock farms for breed- - further information .ippl to W. U W.M.IC. Wal T ON Jouit-km- , .'Hi to 27. Iton.SunlorJ So far as tho Intekioii Shoes. vided for each oHense. ing line horses. is concerned it cares not a straw Simeon Mr. Warren tells us that a resolu-- i I'nited States Commissioner r about the result, for it gets all the adver- tion will be presented and adopted rein- W. King, of Chicago, was Carpets, Oil Cloths, .Matting, Rugs, Lace Curtains, &c. tising it wants anyway, but we are pleas- stating Mr. John A. Bain!, the Louisville a crowded street by a little widthere on ed to note that among those voting to ta- Post's popular correspondent, to his desk n Thursday, April 10th, 1890. ow, who charged him with having ble there is not the name of a single on tho floor. Our representative is very her while actumniatcd and ofier On tfce aboe date will, on th j.retnis-member who is recognized for intelli- fond of Mr. Baird and regrets that the ing for ale my stock, i onisting of is IumJ of freilmu as her attorney iale, i tattle, extra booJ uc. S rnilL cnv, h"Me gence or progressivenees, while the nay members thought it necessary to "proliar A passenger train on the Northern mile, pair of n hand, vote includes tho leading men of tho tect" themselves by withdrawing the Pacific Kiinblnul geltling, three ear old fo'T road was wrecked near Xpxon, geldmK. I addleinare, I body. The republicans all voted against privileges of I j year old Kclding, ' irarlini; the tloor from him. Montana. The cars caught fire talliui). jt 75 pound thoat, 1 brotxl vm, i Loar, the bill. The Legislature has been in fees son Messenger Miles was burned to VneWtifihty, road cart, Salter A Wiwd Voo3 Mowing Machine, houehnld and AUo The amended treaty just made public 00 days and there has been a total of death. Seven passengers were injured, kiti hen turntture and farm implement ImthcU too ol Of none of them fatally. pouniU of bain, $o. pound ol lard, jo 1,;:M bills introduced in the House. by presidential proclamation, between will offer my l.irin i.f of Skipwith, Miss., lrih potatoev 001 are still in the hands of the these The levee in front tiiio i,uuiiiM uiim viviu uiuuiii) ultima CTOS nearly every crime of consequence ex- committees; 221) are in the Senate; 40 about' 70 miles above Yicksburg, broke traditable, being almost as comprehen-- l have been rejected by the House on ad- - Wednesday and the crevasse is said to At the ame time There are a. re broken for Ierni tiivc as those for which requisition can verae reP" o commiuees; i. nave be 400 feet wide and cutting rapidly. cum. jo fnr wheat mid remainder m sra been killed in the Senate; 2 are in the The water in tho town is up to the eajes Ch SANDIIiOK be made in the States. It goes into ef. l.T .,. of tllu governor and the enrolling of the houses and the people are reported ' td KNttl.Isll, Au tioiicer feet April 4th and then Canada will cease Uan to be the objective point of every high- -' derk; tl,e Rovcrnor has vetoed a total of as swimming for their lives. And We Have The proposed redisricting of this tpned thief ami scoundrel in this conn- - Vy 53 hlivu become laws without the L'. .. governor's signature, and of the l,.":il, aitllU llS IICUII ..A.4 ..nit...! lit. ri.mlOLt " ' tryt 2") I have been passed by both Houses, tli lviiititfkv duluiMtioii in Coneress, A oaniiku, !)0 years old, is reported signed by the governor and are now until ilic McComas bill, now pending in 1 Y. in Strom.' and vigor- - laws. The crand total of bills disposed the National House, can bo disposed of. near Snyder, ; ' . i. ..... ... hr ,.,. ., ,' . .)! habits have always of those which have become laws by I lie latter woulU renuer anv niieniuon ous health. His districts ;o'l room i..r a bar It .u be utim pl.i.efr of the present Cdnrcs.sional been regular and he was never known to regular process, those without the Iiuim, ;the lount) no loner t.roriibi ion whisky or chew tobacco. As a ture of the governor, those vetoed and uril011S to tilt! internstJWJf tho delllDCrat- - ' There i large and nlend.dly Ixnlt l.iiery tt-- : ' bit Httaihed and the location i Rood frlivry life, he is shortly rejected reward for a amounts to :571. Louisville It! ptirty. butincK. All oulHuildinipi, includuic hd, crib M W . .'1. uiuinvi.i tin. first i'filnrc.1 ' and breediHZ detiartmeiit in k'ood repair. Anyone l.....t,.. ...to honor the table of a boarding-house- , Commercial Cor. wi.ki..iiliit.t. in .i umi! ularr ..i. buslnfft Am man to be taken into the Kpiseopal min- will dn well to tall ill the net to ilny a bargain which makes a specialty of serving to r and wnne one will NEVS CONDENSED meats their customers cannot chew. istry, was ordained at Louisville this (;9J bUclnnilli hop on prinlte and the beat " Little .Maggie Markell committed week. Mr. Jackson is about :l years of tand in town I) s CARl'KNI KK, Call on or ai'drew disTin: House Committee on Klcctions suicido at Owensboro because her teach- age and is said to be well qualitied to lluttonvillr. Ky. I S part ol my; livery Will alau tvU M or have graciously agreed to permit Messrs. er reproved her. charge the duties to which he was or- riC and hore l'arrett, of Indian.), and liuchanan, of The necessary amount has been sub- dained. Ho will have charge of the St. will tell .It public au Hull on Virginia, to hold their seats. There is scribed to build a handsome female Andrew's Mission (colored), of the 1890, Friday, March Church, at Lexington. not so much necessity now to secure a at Owuneaboro. , working majority by fair means or foul, Senator Voorhees and Congressman A The dam at Louisville threat lot .it tocl:, ionnlin; of 7 head 01 Horc, ami the republican mob will now tKion8 tOBiveuwiiy anil deluge the whole (Jrosvener, of Ohio, will defend C. K. nice, )food lylcJ roadttcrs, j KO01I family )iiirea year one soear old lmre ly Wokhmont, one somewhat blow in robbing democrats of lower part of the citv. Kincaid. A leporter telegraphs that Mr liore colt liy unie, a good brood mare; Lixury now and a at regained his iiicludinL' 3 );ood IIiikkici, their rights Outfit. W. II. Hell has been appointed gau- Kincaid seems to havo good mw; Habits, llarueit, Spring Wagon, and appears more like . himge r and John P. Sloan storekeeper and At. S'.od Milk Cow nnd a luw Shouts and The largest denomination of U. S. llniikcholdund Kitchen Fmnlture self than ho bus at any time since tlie unganger for this distu'et. I) S MiKtoiitillc notes is $10,000. It has a line portrait of A pension has been granted to the fortunate shooting. He has the freedom Anthat honored old democrat, Uen. ML widow of Stonewall Jackson for his ser- of tho olllcial portion of the jail and ! drew Jackson, and is a line specimen of ptivatu many callers, and uses the vices in tho Mexican war. engraving throughout. Those who have Tho prohibitionists havo changed rooms set apart for the use of the olli- a curiosity to see these notes tiro invited the date of holding their Stato conven- cials of tho institution to entertntn and will tll Hame"M my farm to J I' Cah, PlaaaaaaV to call and examine the several we al' Hi) ieron.ilty on the preiime on converse with theim tion at Lexington loth. ways keep on baud in this olliee. Marshal Martin Hodgins was sen- MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. '90,1 tTVESDAX, tencwl to layearB iinprKoiiiiieiitntMor-McCrearWe are indebted to (Jov. James u.i for killing Noah Patrick, Stephen Russell and Miss Hello Consutine ol for numerous public ,me- l'WLry. the champagne Messer were made one at the bride's T.wo tulion obroed marcb, a ayed mule. , ments, including a handsomely bound ' ycarliliK mule, i weanling mulu colts and propri-tor- , norc colli, J5 cattle good milk cowt, a.c is lail. She leaves a fortune residence near Waynesburg yesterday. copv of the Congressional directory 0f ' of 1,000,000. president of tho 75 barrel of corn, no bushels of extra gsod Her sparkling spirit still Dr. Norvin Green, the 1st session of the olst Congress, wheat, J50 buiheltof threthed oals about luo Western Union Telegraph, is in Louisand which gives tho autobiography of each lives. Ion ol hay, the bacon and lard of 13 hou to bnthcls of lrii.li potatoei. Tho Court of Appeals ngttiu decides ville and will celebrate his golden wedmember. that no recovery of damages can bo had ding April 1st. There will bo present 85 All kind of farming impleinenl in abundance and and carpentvr't 4 J.horse waoni, hlacL.krr.lth Skxatok Dave Sjiith, of Lu Rue, has if the person killed left neither widow lineal descendants. ton!, &c, Ac. A full outlit for houtC'Cecpin Includlni; evi'rylhine in the IioiimIioM and set on the olliee of lieutenant nor child. business his eyes Mr. Grant Roberts, the WilUkeep constantly on hand a,large and selectjline'of Furnituro kitchen tiirniture line, i governor, but nobody could look at them of Internal Jtevo-nu- e manager of the Leader, and Miss Maud My prices will be as low as "(?such Igoods All turn of f 10 and under, cah, over and Undertaker's Goods. Terms and tell it. When you think ho iB lookMiller was fatally injured by the Pennock, of Minervia, Ohio, will be mar- that amount a credit of 6 inontln with 6 per ce it. can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you willlbc connegotiable and payable in Lin ing one way, he is just as apt to be cast- capsizing of a skill in Twelve Pole Creek ried y at high noon at the home of intercut ouuoieHank. W. C. CASH, coln National ing his glances some other. Falls, V. Va. McKinncy, Ky. vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. tho bride. Lexington Transcript. tJ W. WALTON. SI2S PAGES. Tiik West Virginia roiuts seem nlso to ttfi'liiiiiwl," ns the be "a little too fellow said of the mineral water. A jiule in Boone rounty was inilicteil for 1S30 "plnyiiijj cards," but the eoint dismissed the case on the ground that Hoylo makes no mention of playing cards" and that cards are but pasteboard with which wimes of various names are play. led. Tins in getting tilings down pretty J Sim Martin, a negro, charged with tln the murder of Kobcrt Kaiford, was taken ALWAYS AHEAD HERE ! ,.- - - , re in the front of Spring and we're ahead of all with newest goods, largest variety and, Clothing, Boots, prices Dry Hats, Trunks, Carpels, Mailing, $c. Every department is filled with ! I BRIGHT NEW GOODS, fo post-otHee- s ."i of-Fi- - Ma nu facta red and bought for this Spring's trade, and ire pmpost sell better goods at lower rices this Spring than, you can possibly find elsewhere. f J0 Iter fUOltlC stmnt't rlt'nlinrt biggest stllcs, lllld WELCOME AS "GENTLE SPRING" ' and whether or Since our success last was greafrwe will continue for one longer Uf) suit Clothing oili-ce- e A BEAUTIFUL WATCH and S.o0 and boy's suit worth upwards s COMPLETE tBASE consisting JBJJuZj OUTFIT, a ball, bat, cap and .i.iy-mi- ,, groat-ityotlic- e, THE LOUISVILLE STORE - Main Street. .Stanford, M. Si5LI.ISrG0ER, MAJSTA.G0ER. Attention, Coal Humors. 1 Lou-ca- NEW - GOODS! r m M 1 $50,-00- nt ,, ! ,d FOB SALE! u., -., c Hall-Hos- e -2 Dress Goods, White Goods, Embroideries, &c, Full Line of Boots and. i vk Em -- f?niii.' fine j horse-whippe- d PXJBI.XC 1 SiiI.E , cal-Q- defi-aude- SEVERANCE & SON. i d, I V ld I ihree-yoar-iil- d to-jear-ol-d anil-expr- ess addl-mar- e J I Self-bind- I SPRING CLOTHING. I 177 for Hont j Our Goods are Now All In ELEbAN AbbURTMENT . I 1 ') FOB. SALE. .. Hotel s,s?.i, - ,,., signa-drin- k . . well-spe- nt 1 - -- - ' gi-- t .lien's, Hoys' and Children's Snils, I.iht and Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also laijje ark line of rants. .1 loy-i- a, I col-leg- o I'pis-eop- al 28th, 1 STAGG & McROBERTS. cut-oi- l' .1 ; SEW FURNITURE STORE! MA'UJK JfiTCTFFMAf, PIRDPo CAKi'l-NlElt- es PUBLIC SALE I y mKQCtmKUhUutCr y APRIL i, docu-U'nntov- V - i to-da- -- i 'i o . .1 toav i' . I ,';' OLD WORLD ODDS AND ENDS. into tho liautU of largo corjioriitions, A Very Tallin Fml. wliicli would liocomo inastcnt of thlH Tiik centenary of .bihn Howard, the Dick, the baby eal caught in the Held. 'With competition thus cut off, brush nonr the Kilt works about two prison philanthropist, has been ccle- Publlauod Evory Tuesday and Friday SOME canumkcr.s would inovitnhly nnd INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT nionths ago, has become a great pet and hrutetl In England. AT willingly walk in the path which the L . THE TINNED PLATE SWINDLE. No general fnvnrile. Ho was set free about in Japan. Tho niortariir tinkcrera hato niarkrd out for two weeks since mid immediately made tar is rolled into balks weighing about them and torm a trust to "protect" theni- a wiltl break for deep water, into which d pounds ami thrown to the brlcklay- MEN YOU HEAR OF. lurirn.ril llutir. lliiTerini: In llin I'tiltirr, SA'lVllt. Wlien not 10 paid $2.GO will be rharced he diHannenred in a twinklini'. It was ers. Thrr.tlin.-irl.- Iri'lnal rri.te.lln; Valualili' deposits of tin ors have been Dr. Know, tin- Gorman physician who thought he would Mirelv join tho wild Tim crematory has now tukon tho K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. lllr..liif,-- nt .Nutlir.u l.tnl t'rilll dlecotorod in this country within ti few uibcovereti itmipynue, is sain to liavo lictd am never come back, hut in less pluro of the potters Hold in Paris. All 1lui ll (iii. ('ir-- . found in Vir- - madomoio tliau a million dollars from f 11 llfllr on llf1l flfl.lt lltu II jcarH. Mines have rrmn en mii Itowl.iml at ; oo a It III UUIII lull liaa iinrlaimed bmlies are oreninted at tho iV'l It'll lit .! gillia, in ft e.xas and in the Illnc-- IIIIIh of the Miltc.r th. tlrug tosulferer.s from the cimie p.i.Ulling up llll'l l j p in now establishment In IVre la Omiso. alongside tin pier Our IiikIi l'Miectfmist law makers huvo tli Dakota, fins last nnine. has Uhii grippe. dor the llshermens poles, poked hi, hea.l A I.oniios confectionery stor'lves to such maternal instincts tlmt they not gobbled up by L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. a Ilritish nvntlicntti for Congtennilian Springer, of Illinois, i.s out of the water ami licgan totty ami oM-rpurchitM-- of a sliillingH worths only furnish protection gunm-nttd in- gii.iVKJ.OOO. ami its sale of tin was re- wiry of frame and has a pointed gray '"'K ",Mt piteously for lish. And fen ticket entitling the tiiirehniter to Mtil tram come North ..li M am fant industric which have loeotitly wen i.a' " " cently made in tho Chicago market. South.. .. 3 ,1 in day. from earh morn until one jdiotograph of hi rstdf ti'.m at an beanl and ",v n pra tln light nf ihy, xi ml to others "which &ifre train " So'iin I'lniii, honest people are not able to hoe yearn oltl. a stentorian volte. Ho is ol nniiset.'erv he his time gHiiilxiliu in establishmont upstiiifs. t 7 a m have crown nltl itml hitnlintl in their lie is without a red hy our tin tuincH should prove a curso .. 6 30 m Letal Freight North deep water u omul tho pier. Ho affords roaoin his buttonhole. Xi:i Sorrn Wvu.-- . .m- "iowi- w fins, lint liny even go further and prov.lp . : why tin (I tons. The do i .' ' ,, I'bt latter trains al t arr i.rntrt vide n w nrdrnhc for thoe tint yet horn. should be made not understand m iting is iintlemttiotl that Jav Gouhl tuni3 " "" ' I. "',"L' '" Slu".v U1" "mmai h nan- - ing anoiit, uio iiw It . . . dearer to the millions of 1... !.. The above nc.ilrul.it til on ttandard time, SaUr us in ins inline cicnieui. A case in imittt is our tmliorn tinned auverttseinenis on the imeK ,n p.i,ijg,. in hiB left too when he walks, a c consumers precisely at the moment when Me n about to mmiuc fu.tir a ii w tiays htiive Luck went out With "Utnips. npy su.r lliut the ink le,ies pinto in.litrv. which competent observers have we hae discovered inexhaustible tin the lislirniien nl)oitt fotu mili-- from t unpleasant tato in the month of tho lilllK'il plate consists of sheet of till! declared to be inseparable from tho ore. with "veins measuring nioie than shore. When tho lioat ;opiie. Dick lieker of a stamp. vit.v Iki trade of Bessemer and Sio- - llfty feet in width," in our own soil. of great linancial ability. climbed in and bat down on the Tin: "lioethoon House Stunts of COVellsl itil it COUltlI N.-John Jacob Astor owmsl 2,700 high seat to York Press, await developments. .Sk.ii a Honn iugof tin. Tim use of lltih tiinii'tl plate ed Theadvocate the mostwhich was found- class tlw elling houses, rented at an averroute Into powKM of I p.mi n lni ..f I'ublu Candidal.- fr to orthodox birdie H llio'll small live lisli was tin own oorboanl, Heeiho veu's last piano. It wits nude hv tl l.iui'ln tojiitr iJrtiin iat "I $. in this country i enormous and is a year each. He owned, ami Dick age of high protection, confessed inadvertjuniieil in after it, cuptuted ourad liralf, at Vienna. ItetatU'e of increasing. According to the Intact of ently a yittr ago that "tinned plate can besides, tenement houses in untold num- it ami climbetl in and re-- neethoven's deafness it had four strings .11. I tri'iisiiij i'Mirt. v v hioii(;ht in last ir bo made in this country with natural gas ber, ami no end of real estate devoted to sumetl his heat liesiile the tisherinen. to each key instead of three. 712,i:W.O(Xl H.u- iN IxiitiriK value of aheniH'i than with coal as fuel in l a Candid ut ..r Clerk udSe I ouil of Appeal. business uses. This was icpeated many times during' "A j.ovk Jubilee" Is tho latest $ai,7S0.lHKi Tin tlntv lb I'm- rent n ubjf--t to the aitiun f I tie Dmnrx rata parte Henri Koehofort htill l to take the dav. Kite. ion AiiunI, iKin On tlw. iu.imJnii .f At :ilwitit stniilnviMi fl!.L-- lir.iHnn Mititiil anil amoiinti'tl lav' to$7, AVhy, then, this hich is isiii nli'iil to an al Hlor''in duty on tinned plate?innre than doubled rooms in London excepfront week to Bwims out to tho bteam tug Pelican, "the sixth centenarv of the loves of week, anil will not learn the English climbs up on deck and sleeps there nil Dante and I Seat flee" a grantl ilttty of alKinl :il JM.T fnt. In the language of Hon. John A. n Ho receives very few callers, night R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. He also sometimes slooi3 on stration in honor of the tender passion OnrMippIv of tlit'tx' pltiti'x ('(iiiu's from with teferenco to a tlilleront duty: flltfl ,iriAia lilj n.iiiiiM.u iilr...:!. domi- - shore under the end of the pier. Cor. M he held ut tho I'ollteamo at. I'TorWnlci, wht'ri' the principal farloriw of "It - an attempt, against the lawn of noes with a frieml. once. Los Ainreles Hmiicss. tin world, soinn niiK'ty-liin initnlifr, Piovidenco, to force the of this Lord Mayor Isaacs, of Ia)Ik1oii, dig- Woiskmiv excavating near tho Cal- Ofturen Main meet, i)iimite I'dtman Ilnu.r, arc locaiisl. Thf ro.it of the plali-- in country to pay more for what they need laml, recently tlevoted tho upper Nitron for painltM Wuliw, ili ut Mir cutta custoni-housi' "Va tturlni rwently eaiueacros chum - ' co.it i'il with tin, poliiinil, cut than . .tinning into Urn ri'tpiirwi ni?m. p:icktl in tont wise thelawHof Providence would other- ber of his historic residence, the Mansion The local pioss is puzzled oertho case an ou' lron ''annon. He feet long, which al'XrOKl KrMfCKV require. The title of the house, to the only Masonic ceremonv of . John o.tk lioxi-- to piuvciit rusting at oitt, anil J. O'Connor, which is certainly experts deelaio to have been one of bill Mhoiihl lie so changed as to lead: 'A n me snips oi mo ever periormeti in mat nuiiiiing. iiie a most remarkable one. It was claimed l""M """ delivered on hoard nliip, is Might ly loss bill to than ilircf cunu u jwiinul. Tlii wixt in Divine prevent the disused blessings of lord mayor has Iscn a Kreeiiiason for that hi; hail died and that his bodv waa "0,,t lll!lt uil'anletl tho town after tho Providence from lioing enjoyed thirl tliii cotintrv of Anifricnn niatlo Htcol taken to tho morgue, where it was'iden- - tragedy of tho black hole, veais. by the rcop'of the United .States." A'r r,t-'lii'i'tit, not cmtliil with tin, not cut into " .small town in Austria. Jainos liussell Ijwell's home in Cam- tilled by his wife, who had him buried in 'iTirr, it'i .! M.i mt'l, in flin retent! A few days later it a" u"' w''t rciptinil Kir.i's. not pnoked ami dt'Iivcrttl, bridge is ouu of tho historic mansions of Calvary cemetery '"P"" are united In engaged FOFl CHEAPER FRUIT. II utlman, Stanford. Ky. teJ l.v;)r the bonds is today four ccntt it jmmiimI or inon. New England. It is a large, square, was (..iiiiiiil that O Connor was alivo, during the year Tlii" s.tme 'i'itii to mill of our iiiliiii'lons t.'allfuiiil.,'- - Iii'iiinil lur l'rilillillir lin. roomy , old houu on the banks of the that s w.fe w had been mistaken, and of wedlock at onoIn and tho of thismarXi A. S. PRICK, highly prolis-t- trust!" an infnnt indus- tp I'lnlfsta In anvirtue Viirk ..ml llii.tnu. Charh-spainted yellow, ami was built that tlie limn ho was taken to the grave riage ceremony. cient ceremony, thirty young women l try somi' forty yours old. The Foreign IVuit Kxehnnge ot Xew over olio hundred years ago in tho colo- was not tlmt of her husband. st M.lti Nllsl . 'I It now transpires that there is every were the other day led to the altar. The inn of iht! pinto nto iniiny nntl York lm- - memorialized the ways and nial style of aichitecture. W n M.ii c II. M kui.cii nf.i.l xaiion-- . Tin: pi lee of game in Fiimco is alreason to believe that O'Connor was not There nro milk nriU hih! hiiis, menus comiiiitleo of congriHs in oppoM- I'ln Seats for Mr. Jefferson's recent buried by proxy, hut in his own proper leged to depend principally upon the dinner ii' nntl jians for niMking hntul, lion to the increase of duties on raidins, Atlanta, da., were old at, rnkrss some time between the night of state of tho moon. When the moon thoro an itJnjiiIetM, pnnn's ami oranges which has Ikhmi asked auction without his knowhdgo or conf gmtor. Li'Mtiurx, ttr-S- tn tea kettlfs for. The exchange asks that oranges, sent. When ho learned it he said that Feb. 10 ami the af ternoor of Wednesday. dark the poachers can not seo to set ami coffw kjs; tht'io ail Unler. wash lemon, graties. currants, dates, figs, he did not feel honorably entitled to tho O'Connor was seen Satutday night nnd their snares at night, and gatno is I have rtni.,rii m re.iden e, o tufon; thiTf am ciiiih for prune. and plums bo placed on the free stated most emphatically that the grave scarce. When tho moon is Hill there is n.ll - Sound It all IihkIiis mid ttraal lulligt., premium money, ami he thereupon gave , III . II Kill) tio. ptirkiiix M'('Ubluei, fniiU. otsierx. Ibh lint, and that the duty on be re- - it some .?(J00 to various local charities. in the cemetery is empty, ami he exhib- plenty of light, and the poachers get ited a cut that had been made half wav lots of game. nml Mioititl tnwtiti all of tliMte, Hntl ducisl from two cents a (siuml to one I S I. i.l WM.AMIKs Alum Tadcmn is said to Is; in a conOta practice lleet tn tho Mediter- across the abdomen. He is of the opinion iimtiy tuorv useful nml nociMntiry jirtich, cent. If thif unnuot be grantetl. then the nil ii atlv of tin pl.ite. It is I htm of t itl exchange nks that substantial redue- - utiitit state of painting Man Anderson in that ho was really buried ami that hid ranean has a good deal of trouble with ' everv possible pose of each of her imperody was taken up and conveyed to a foreign regulations. Spain forbade the iiit.n! to wniie millions of men. 'women tiotis be made. Attorneys nt Law, niul c!nldin in this country that tin The Itiwton excbanjje has indorsed the sonations, as well as in her own proper dissecting room while in a state of sus-- landing "' crows anywhere on her person, and is never so happy as when land Italy htis a plate 327 Filth St., - Louisville, Ky.. Tho hhotilil ho hh t ho.tp mm ptHtJblo. New York schedule. At the meeting of designing a new gown or planning a m.w ponded animation, and that when the ' sh'ros for n101'0 practloo, andwar ships or man throo lirst incision was made it cau-e- d a How lau' tnat rntiiiuifr iinlnttrv of tin United tint Hotou men one iiiiporter ipKicm stage sotting at tho request of tho fail of blood which restored him to conscious-- a!,v rr,i?n power shall not bo In aiiy btatCH linn grown enormoitlr in late tho rcamal of tho duiitM on grten fruits htre II ill. Iin( ' il-jr- f actress. ewrm, mid itonlr avvaiu cheap tin plttto on the (trotiml that if those du lies wen ness. llostutes that ho went to a lodging on" of h"r Ports ut th" H'imo Tho lato Duo do Montjwnsier was noted Monthly ovenimr. and that bo know Tin: English (iov eminent has heon re JAS fi. lilVI.S" HUNK MMtlMoN to derelnp into proisirtlons never hntrd lemovisl small iuiHjrters with little or atcdncs. It is said that a nothing moro until Wednesday night, deeming at their nominal value tho old of Is'fore. nocapital would enter the business ami, fer his Gl VENS & MHRIMON, If we had cheaper tin platr we nhuuld would cause sliariH'r isuniietition and blind boggni in Paris having a centime when ho found himself seated on the R0''! coins that have become short aU.iit fruits anil vegetables consequently diminished profits for those thrown into his hat by a passer by ex- court houso steps in a dazed condition, weight through inuoh use, with tho idea RKAI. BSTVTE, ' ot getting them out of circulation. glutting otir markut. every glimmer, ami already in tlio business. Trout all which ' claimed: "Merci, mousu.igueur!" "Why weak and sick. St. Louis Letter. It was supposed that thoio were twenty - often leiii.r sld at prices ruinous to the the consumer can see how the pnsent do you say monseigneui?" intpjired an million dollars' worth of such coins in grower. T..li."i;;,nlni; in SkIUitImihI. ot only wmiM our surplus ttiritl iNrates to Keep the iniHrtiug observer of tho scene. "Oh, the gentlen l.'it,C'-l- , Imr and limtwr .n but the t ill only brought fruits and vegetable llmla ready market busiuesH in the hands of a small nuiiiler man who gave me that must have been Every child in Switzerland has his or " nil lotumixi'fti. I m 'puiiJi Uii out about half that sum. After the at stemher pricra, but the growth of of wenlthv dealers, thus shutting otf the Duo do Montpensier," replied the i,.irliitincii.,nn...in.vU :i.. .i r ol.i it. l i beggar. rule of taking such t ilrt Cfiril pnfnrfil lit Iclilrv .... these articles would In. vnstlv enlarged, competition ami keejuug prices up. .! thousands of men, women ami children Mr. Gladstone, in acknowledging the streets and lanes. This isunsonhisticated Col".S "ly hy wp,Kht wIU " into There is so little reason at thisttiue for WALLACE K. VARNON, would Hud mote profitable employment increasing tho dtitios on fruit that even lccoipt of a copy of "Tho Life of Harriet tobogganing, but art steps in. and down A riiKMisr has lately performed a'feat Attorney at Law, Bcecher Stovve," wrote: "1 think it n the steep hillside prepares a path fifteen iiaiiviTiui .is luuoreis III lllO IIMIIIH The C.ilifornia Fruit Grower, the organ great ' ant' of the fruit growing interests of the Pa honor to have been selected as one feet wide, where the snow is carefully of no common order. Tho explosion Kentucky ' f !n""",S ft''tories, the etui .uuiptiuii- eilio slope, has Stanford ' giKsls would be inu.lcuentered its protest ngjiinsl of those to receive from the author copies beaten down ami smoothed, and then and flro at Antwerp reduced to a charred . W'lfl prattxe ni. lit the increase. It justly calls attention to of the life of Mrs. Bcecher Stovve. Mrs. watered so as to mako a road of ico. along mass a bundlo of ono thousand tlorin .l lln ta.1 adjoiu-- t lably incit'ii'd, ami the whole public iiii emmt r ami m tlir ..nrl. of anpiul Without preswould lie Ik ,h llted in evefy wav. the fact that only two Mates in the Union Stovve has grown old amid tho admira- which the toboggans nnd their riders Austrian obligations. lOSkroer M. Ko'itrt. suc dnij; itoie lint whtit din's congress kiv IomII that? are interested in having tho duties put tion of'her country nnd of the world, and tush at the speetl of an express train. As entation in sotno identifiable form thoro payment. Tho u"l"J"1 It Miyrth-- tie steel trunt tut' t have iw up; ami it wains the California gioworj has been blessed with a period of peace I write the snow is falling, but up to now could be ' i P P. were given to a ohennst and ii.nn.i,nD nnii.J .f - !i. which, like .SuyUi.-k- , it that there is danger in his demand, by in which to look 'before ami after.' " very little. 11ns has mado' i. B .. 1,. ...!.. . uu nuv.i;fi:uni ill .rMTiiai a .ii hit iui" W1IU1UUL , OAitii.. reason of the ipjKsition which will lie i lin luttrt of the liiipriiUs.'tel. tolggtuung this year axcept.onally dan-- , tlll,m aniJ HniU out Uliofcjvt. i - I'tumtimer. CRISP CONDENSATIONS. ' nml aroiisisl in the east. gorous for it is one thing to run into a t" U0 ,mn ,lls nas n !". ' Ncvcithol.-sthIllit California Fruit union the steel trunt douip to bank of soft snow stud quite another p' s P itferU u :i. rider coiisttlei-.U- i. ti for its has a memorial Noiwiiy has more kinds of coins in cirthe McKinley comU --i fT.OZ," lVSI" r I I ,l"lr,, Ajiono the pictures at a recent culation than any other European counertrr v I 'i.' Wlmt return i it miking mittee asking that tho present duty of try. llUlon of olll i London was a for A.- '.. a US per cent, tltiti s vrhieh ono cent a jiound on prunes be increased orfotirlundredfeetat a pretty sharp K(nnt.v. OWI1).d l,v a maiden lady, who . Z, r ' '"i. on sheet steel to piotH't At three vegetarian restaurants in to three cents. When it is anglo to the lake r.ght across the frozen wantedJ ;iU(i , M b(K. it lnsuwl f()r dinners dailv servt d up average surface, of which a path has been clear-- . that California prunes aro of such excelthis..', in'nt? I.ikonll . ' re o i..,ii iiviiiivniii .n.,u mini vtn infaii- -. ! j lent quiiiilv that they have creaftl al. ftiol trust crits muslv edof snow, and the velocity attained in thouht 0XCi,ssi.. i,llt ROinn ,.. thl, S h,u taken high pri.'e market of their yvvu'ffuwiifft A p.iw lias been stnrted in Melbourne tluidescent is so gtcat that oftentimes p 2 ru a ud iMcis.'it:; forinoie. gtvn: lll.hig to its pnileclinti diet, ami the riclur classes, ami when it is funhei called The Policeman. It is to lie edited the toboggan, with its rider, is carried exhibition opened tho old lady was of. fni'fd $S.ot)0 for it, ami in a day or two tc in olesi.oitt to its lusty erii tsjngross considcitd that the bulk of the foieign by a ioliceiiiaii. across the lake. The whole distance may afterward a dealer raised the bid to SJO,- p p a re vitiiauuiiti'imgivu it more. 1 already prunes consume by us is a low grade Alaska eot only $7,000,000. and the be half a mile, and it is usually done in 000. She took time to consider and O Itavt! Uie fti ultck tin, whie.i is used ut Turkish mticle, bought bv the less seconds. Cor. another dealer offered $',0,00(1. She did leveniie to the national treasury is ex- from thirty to fortv-flvr O P "I wenlthv classes, how absurd does this pected to amount to $11,000,000 a year .aiiu siiwinti-e- l to piothue tiuplnte. not accept that, either. a P P for Pall Mall Gazette. Hut why !iot.ld the trunt nil. let take to ilemaml of the Californiinis IsHome! e the next twenty years. e During the p.mt three or four nioiiths iianufactiire tin plate mi long as it can Sriircli Work Dpi oral Inn. TERSE AND TART. The English P re re anil (HatiisirdV) will Congressional Itccord eftct fiom tin prea.'iiL Poker, or scoiched work, is quite poptt-- ! a orbitnnt pn'llt-- .' consumer themaguntes ox- - C'iliforiiiii prunes have sold I e Our uteel No co.sipr:i:.vTio. issufllelent In law do in huge quantities in New York at from report of each hereafter put after the lar in Europe, although comparatively P S3 speech tho time that was a not need u i ert their ingenuity to make 7.2.1 to 7."i0 cents per point. 1. the now in this country O An exhibit recent-- , if it bo illegal In nature. in its delivery. taking them in piefereucu to occupied .i iiv. aim i'1, ili.lll "lllt-l- l ll llllglll not. ly miultf at the St. Louis exposition n Tiikiik aro several ways to pay bills, In China the tann who lite nearest ii .lt as inh h proHt a it sets now. A French pntiiecistiiig one cent C The sistetl of a number of panels, mantels, but tho majority of tho blgono.saro i i f o D. uel trust w i rustier:" Itit It knows a iiti'Kisii prunes, uhcc! liy plHiu, impie- - thesecnuof a mtiider is accused of the etc., which, hail been ornamented by paid with reluctance. i. ' good tliif tentious ieiple, ate sold at from SLotl to oiinie, and bo must prove his innocence delicate tracery work produced by draw lien it stn-- it. h' your heart is larger than your hi ad. re oq e itiuke no tin pl..:e; but all it.".', cents a pound, And the ono or else stum! the punishment. ing over a sketched design a sharp iron you injure yourself, and if vour In .id is J. ti th aMttue the I UsUHII Itollses oitiiiiue to rent Vutv. The bulk of these foreign The Highland train from Perth to the piuui, ii.'iu oeeu iteateii stiiucieni- - itirger insn your nearc you injure jour iidlert tliH ad 'ulor.iu duty ..' about $S1 prtiurV is oid east of ChicMgo. and aa north, w bile i rousing the Grampian-.- , has, ly to char the wood. By clever mauipii- - neighbors. omjefr.i $100 .orth hrntiht In. The the duty on them is alieatly ispial to Hie on more than ono occasion, been brought lution the o1."nh of light and shade was Laiioi: number of A marten-.- -, i pe7 a P pha is ttuti. though we hate no infant freight charges fiom California.it would to u standstill by tho force of the wind. prodiiccd, according to the degree to dally front the P.iriilo ooas. ,ie now & imlunrv or this kind, we di not know iwiii that the handful of growers in that re S.fc .vliirh the itistruiiient washentisl. Land- - visiting Japan. They genenMv ",, un Tito mm of the earth's moon is in Imw soon i Hie may U- - borjnnud we must stale might at least be content to leave puit of the maw of the earth. 8caes, Kirtraits and an Hinoit endless a few months and thus sequin- u m lo 4 things as thev ate. We iniMirlod onlv Tho satellite of uo other planet has so variety of othor designs appeared in the familiarity with Japanese uSw tune iv lh- toivliirk, aurt b 35 a m.i'un rs ni m for such ut cidentM. AJtiph a birth 48.000,000 isuindft of iiriine nml plume great a mass in com unison with Its pri- collection, and they exciteil the admira- - institutions. very itniui.ieiit junt norts owing to last year, against 71,000,000 in 18W. Is mary. tion ot all art lovera. l'lie work is not tit hiB Tiik (lerman army as a wt .le r in diwnvoricaof tin mines w ttliiit our lit in the tjiue u nsK for a piolnhitoiy im The following curious udvert.ix moot nil dirlicult nml can Ik readily dono bv taught hiiiiriiur. While tuts m . C O U i '.ers, we must make ali the belter duty? Tlie cousumers of foreign pruned ts '0" K""! anl artorn hltlo pntutleo. It whole lend new terrors to w..' appeared uot long in a newspaper in nti ppi (ttTttlmH for it. If :n per ivnt. on tin paitl in duties Inst year 4.'iT,lXHi: ure Paris: is well adapiod to the work of ladies, siniriag makes people ho j of "A lu.lv Imtrhiir n not .l.u? n o piUc, it ii arguwl, dul not hanien this they will jug now to ty $1,:mm.ikhi, or hair is of enihusinstio in it pursuit, death that thev become art:...!!, ' avt re a rirh mahogany color desires vvlio la liirili while we hail m tin mines, a larger else go without their prunes? O p ami this perhaps is at the boti un f th" to engage a totamaii with whiskei-- to -- "'lrund Wocslworker duty will certainly do it. now that wo Emperor's order. A ten pot window gludnfueton is lieiug match." a have mint s. sir WIIIIiiiii tnill'k Sin. to r. ANoiiii.ii tailless comet has n ,.s An English traveling harpUt has boon lIeiK-It is ikw proiis--to iiicroaso built at Alexandria, hid. Oar ghnwiu-tlustrSome of tlio jiapere have i indulg covered. Astronomers are astirt.-iu'- d g is in an unusually thriving condidiiuuveied cheating the niilruutis by the duty on tin plate, hich ilr. Mills, his little gitl donn up in the givon ing in uiigenprous speculations concern at win milliner ot comets wnicii n.iVe at tho unMitrhHie Texan, prupunetl tion, but all the same tho old cry for & .d.il higher protection is mtt.le in Wa.sbing-ton,- - bag with his harp, lie liml traveled so nig Sir William (rtiU's successor as phy- - pettrtsl of late destittito of their to put on the frH lint. The tin plato and the same pitiful talu is told thut all about Eitgluml. and has said no faro sician in ordinaty to the queen Tho appondag s. Can it be that evolution is duty of the aborted venato blllorISS8 4 viicanuy will be 1llh.il. as a matter of producing such strange rosults In tho will appaivntly becomo the duty iuipoed the pauper made glass of Belgium is in- for the child. course, liy Dr. Richard Doiisju Powell, comotary world? - LIJXJNfiTON, KY by lite foitlicoining tariir bill. I'hal vading our markets moro than ever. Tho A new liejinrtuio in muatuma is who is the senior of tlie Ik the avaricious British, avti would more than doublo tho duty on tho iiumlterof (air pots for tanking window from Florence-- uheie'a "psy- axtraordlnary When ome a medical grade of tin plate which is most used glasi. however, has more than doubled chological iniiNeum," for the i ollecclon man has born appointed physician extra- - whioh is siid to h trying to etcon'tol of tho buslnoss could oiuy gtt in ten year. Thonu who work in our and display of "all documents) with us. onlinary, his promotion to tie physician a corner on tlio AlrcmU ptotonU are being heard fiom glass f:ii'lories otighi not to throw stoue illustrate human passioun," bus iHten es- in ordinary is a l& U. tneio matter of course girl -joke tientl and pauk aim awa in tablished by tiiinisterial tlecree. many Ntrto of (lis cuiiutry against this ut Belgium. McAfee and oucstioii of seniority, ami the next sawdust for awhile, it wouU .infr .,, initpij'ous piiieof high piotectioii folly. There aie in the JaHUtee empire 2I,- - vacancy will Ikj tilled by Dr. George appreciable boon on "many reader. " Mr. A. H. Ftr.iuhar. pieidnt of tho Ptv'U' m. r Jlpi m Tito .Maim- lousier canuers, various ileal- - Pennsylvania Agricultural works, at 915eleuientaiy.-1normal, ! ordinary Johnson. The queen has four nhvshiuns o. .,.,.,ii.,1,,w,i n,rt .i....,i l'v in x,,w Vurk- - the camnakers and York, Pa., 1L?TH middle ami 11 official seined-- , hiotxhiiary.aiidiach riKiivesastlary tir Joseph that rats had oaton a hole live says the tin if! is of no Is'itetlt f Baltimore and the western iORTENS a year. but. in i eahty. her majesty inches long and threo inches whin In to his industry. He sells many articles colleges, private schools, kiudetgartons nH LABOR ci.iitiers, in convvidiou at Iudiatuijsihs, of farm machinery abroad, in conijs'ti-tioand libraries, tlio oust to the taxuuvurs never sees any of them e.xceplSir William the discharge nine of a ai.... tr u v nave exptenseil their tipposit ion to the . i rtrcciTio with the fortlie putilio schools alone item over' Jeiiner Iand Dr. James Jteid. her resident .understood that a secret or.-- s mutton r'AapcD TQ l Hh incrense. in Haltimoreasortof itniigua-tio- u duties on the whole world, in spite ofsays $3,000,000. !.... .... i -- r hi iiiiviniaiit. i.omiou vv oi Ki the raw mulerial. He has been formed among the plumbers meeting has been held, at which thut the only DIMINISHES WpurjMise the tariir serves in thoro for tho protection of tho-.i- t rodents. QUEER AND CURIOUS. ..MOTHER earnest words were spoken against the his industry is to make Mtnw fur the Flixt Tlmw American farm" "MOTHERS' 1 Tiik fellow who predicts iho weather TO CHILD greed of the Pennsylvania capitalists in ers pay higher prices for their farm ma- A sea e.iude. cttrittired in 1715. and al-- 1 A: ,l moderate uiilc.ilattou there aro for a vmip in mlitiitni i,.,i. i...... .ui u ii,.. AUIltO rttc whose interests the increase is to bo made. chinery ami implements. young inhabitants of Uliurleston Bhado by a venerable prophet whom BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA un ready several y ears of uge. died 104 "years In that city vast quantities of tin plate are sold by n neuPGtsrs who saw snow Sunday for the tlrst time newspaper men ran noross at tlio rail- afterward, in 1S10. used for making cans for (he oyster A suit against tho Pittsburg Glass in inoir lives. Chiiiieston .News and road station In .snrintrK..:.?. ll Knauer, in Iiis work entitled packers ami fruit canners of Maryland, company, engaged in the manufactiite Com ii'f. can read a paper four years before it Is C. A. 3EHEDICT & CO., states that he has seen a fal thero being 1,000 factories in and around of plato glass, has brought to light the printed, and ho can penetrate the futuro Haltlinore in At ill tti I'nltisl KiiiiIiiiii. Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, question it "lone. urged the meeting in- - fact thut the concern paid III. 75 percent, con that was 103 years old. to Htieh an extent as to I urn that his was Canary birds reach an age of from 12, n1V that if tills dividends last year. With even a plum ift. lowJ .,.,,, : to the new death won't occur until tin middle of KY creased duty should become a law all the of that kind in its mouth the glass in to 15 years in the cage, but tl.o.e Hying ,jirtVlorv i .papers next century. He didn't toll where ha ilt lil(. rid A.A , Well drille.l to order ami l'umpt tumuhed at smaller manufacturers of cans would bo Justryhas not yet dropped its crv for at liberty in their native islands reach a'm(jJjR(,;i ted Kni". lorn, of lived, but they all took it for granted 3 crushed out, and tho business would fall more. factory prices. much more advanced age. , w ,llcll ,s- ( !ia iUliUl. that it was in a hospital for tho iusana. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal IMiKXATAL IM.OTICTON. mr tin-n- Cz- -jJ hod-enrrlo- rs - l - j - I I la-e- , I 1 , III- - . 41 I . mi-So- u s r Oi-s- t . . I 1 . Bpt-ud- s s- ! l - ....' .... i , . 1 charao-torinti- ... s iww-sessi- .hiss katis s:oc;;.i; ' IllCMlH-SIurtl- ll - hs rap-itll- y Blr.nklcy iiiime-iiatel- - Kng-land- ." - eol-reflls- es ' 1'Jl,-00- ili.i-Uor- 0, domoit-languag- .. Kits-wi- 'dentist. -, v e ) hi s ,nr. o s t Dentist. i Y j : ' . hts-oni- e 4 -- I ; l N-- ' , , REMOVE!! i i 1 I pi; -- .. i- - ' ftt ' , rtii-i- ns ' rS - AVUMS&dlVliNS. I i 1 i tln,(!-hous- e ' I hir h-- s I'incville, I I I Kentucky. I lho-,""tr- y. I -- toe --- --- thvkut-Httiiis- l i. , t (T. h- i i... ,".,"" -- i v i I - Jmls " pi cou-Miei- ed i lon-dojiiU- I i.t'-rtiir- ifty 1 ii "''" f.ii ! o ; ' i e i ' , i j j con-fttim- er wm 7. j c. -- i s , j iui.-r- ! -- one-eightie- th i - - pre-imr- j MH-n-is - i ao . lei-oiii- e XA s . v ln-e- ,!. I-- WM. ADAMS l.l I I vv uar-ryiu- SON, .i thus-physician- s , . iWJtiw niii fli HILD k PVv MOTHERS RIEND" X ' iee-orea- m - nl MI LSr-r- j be-idi- t"rs rs i'-H- K) - n iik-i- I III.... ' 'A' 1.(" t "Natur-historiker- ," lv. i j tl-l- i. ii-- i STILL VERY HUNGRY. I THE FARMERS, TOO. I'mtilhllory TarlflT for thw llni (irmrtr. Oar Ijircn Ktporlritloni. It is not to 1)0 wondered nt that at a time wliL'ii tlio tariff mania isnttacking Uu many lnxiplo of nil conditions ami some of tliu farmers have caught tlu infection, too. The fanners. as is well known, have almost no "pro-- I ami all the other protected classi-prey upon the farmer-inuon no other portion of our population. The fanners ru so numerous ami are so over the laml, have bo little ucaiii- zation ami so little means for getting their ease heard by those in authority, that they get fleeced right and left, and are then told that it is nil for their own A J 5 LIKE OLIVER TWIST THEY ARE ASKING FOR MORE. rt Iluiitlhls Aiipetltr of th Work Thny Are Tlioror.plily tint. Do Not Ceaw to llrjj. Knnriunu Dutlm 1'nlil on Gins. 1hj Oliua lroper-!- , I The w indow glass importers of New York, Boston and Philadelphia have recently held a meeting in Springilcld, Mass., at which most of the firms made comparisons of their figures to show what the average duties on window glass have been during the past three years. The figures of eight firms Mere compared, and the average duty wnR found to have been 105 per cent. One firm paid hist year average duties of 10 jier cent., and the lowest average was 104 jkt cent., the average for the year being 103.0 per cent. Duties on pome sires of window glass, however, mn far above these figures. One payment of 210 per cent, some time in 1SJ?S can lie seen on the 1mx1s of a prominent Now York firm. The figures given at SpringSeld were estimated tijion tho cost of the packed glass on lxvird ship at Antwerp. But of freight, insurance, etc., i.s the . also a projection to the American and ought rightly to be added to the duties in making up the total pro lection. These ndilitional elmnr. w.nl.l change the 10a jer cent, average above to from 115 to 12.- -. per cent. ls not this protection enough? Our manufacturers sov no; and sothov havi. lMeii before Mr. Mclvi.il-- v V mittc to ask for still higher duties. D.i these men want the earth.' Tim indow glass industry in this country isi'o longer an infant. It is 100 years oid; but ithtill cries for i p. Our infant of n century in its "No. 10 shoe-.- ' t.nldles up to the pap dijenscr at Washington and asks for more luin t n I :i liiiri-.- r suum The imjiorter.s have not apiMirH In- foro the nnittee tons'; for lower ' duties, for tliev remember that 31 r. McKinlevhas a'lrcndv fathered one hill which treats imjMirters an if thev were' enemies of the eountrv, and of 'which, The Boston Commercial Bulletin says that it. is -- Utter for the era of the Plan- tacencis than for the Ninei entli ,.... reprc-hentcd s s scnt-ter- el 1 rit manu-fucttmr- ! ,.. ; i j -- tiny." Manufacturing association, who usually acts ks chief sikesman of this industry heforu coininitteis of congresn, told the' peiinte committor that the average wages of glass blowers in Belgium were t'50 to ho huccesnfiilly mvatles? $100 month, and in the United .Sfites $75 to 5150. He also told the committee AiiiiIIht Trut In I'lospccl. that the Belgian laliorers worked all the It is rvjMirtctl by The New York Com-- ' jear round, but that the American son m:i for glas'i making averagiwl k.,s than mer-ia- l Buirctiu that the inanufaet)irer cicrht month", ui iiixnini caqwis tire in a Kail way, Let us make it eight mouth- - -- ainl here prices wry low and coiuetitiiiii is the result: cry keen, and that a combination scheme K-- r whoM.-iunrkets plea that wages are higher with us than in Europe. It is their old rot thut evcry-Ixxl- y has become so digusted with e4impariiig the price of daily wages here with the snino i.i Belgium, and ignoring the fact that the only true basis for n enmpnrison of tvages is the percentage of luiMircost in the total product. Let uieiii iu:tKe iiiai eoiiiiurisou. But what arc tlieir figures on wages? Two years ago Mr. i L. Bodine, piesi-den- t. of the Aaierican Window Glass The manufacturers offer tin ir ftuniliiir ; natural, therefore, that a limited number of farmers, pursuing a tpeeial form of industry like hop growing, should take advantage of their position to join in the universal clamor for high and higher "protection." The hop growers of New York have 'letitionol conj;res9 to rni.v the duty on Imps to 2. cents a iHUind. The duty now leied is 8 cents a pound, and this is equal, at present prices, to !) er cent. ad valorem. The duty asked fur would equal li"i percent, ail valorem. Mr. Do Lano hns accordingly iutnahuvd a bill lht Itutti-iltjto make the duty 20 cents a pound, equal j'JSL to 100 per cent, ud valorem. i "Ih tw ?b!fL The hep merchant of New York city tLlL X l have presented a counter petition, in m,iii0 tn" w"lcl uw' Wrong Cltoe V aS''i't lu claims of the growers. r..itJ Bii : treasury rojwrts we mi'rJilsT id It XJfL a'i:11KI',C1 lllf yenrn.fiSI.OOO pounds of hops. r?. Jtf Wit w?--t.: : .i fiii ftl"1 1V0 sirtcil 10.OSS.000 iotinds. r. iH' ; . Jut.U. As are able to sell abroad twice as much She Oil. seo what a beautiful butterhops as we buy, it is wiiibh hat curious fly! to sec the reason for nny increase. He Yes. I will soon The giowcr.s state that the hop hiduM ry is in a deplorable condition: their price Y N' are lower than formerly; then fore congress must come to their relief. But the X prices of wheat and corn are also much ' 'J5'., . K iower than formerly, and no amount of pretwnK-- 1 Vfc'V. t protection can benefit the '- L-l grams. Kveii or those simply Tlieir surpln ' which is ,o&i enormous. goe (Sl-a-' A markets, and pritw are ivsn-- . lo lnte'1 tl,ert' by eonditioiiB beyond the u llil'l. mich r t,,e tiong arm of oongrcs. The sa,mj is tniL' of ""I"' FliegeuuV I Hart ten of our ,oml Pduct is sent abroad and re-foil It Ilouii to u I'lne I'elHl. wives tiie price prevaiim? in Jones IU) new oflict U:y)- - IJob. take can markets Our growers will doubtless cet their " lMr nrouml to Mr. Smith. If by pi ohihitor duty through congress But isn't in, lmvo it in hi otHce. wheru it theyshould remember tlint it is a matter will attract his attention as soon as he of much graver importance to them tt comes back. It is very iiupoitaui. Jono (flfteen minutes later) Bob, did have a market abroad for ten million jKiunds of American hops than to .T,,,' l"Hver that letter to Mr. Smith? '"wi h wasn't-ifrom t lie American markets Ihe mid one-- 1 an' noliody " half million pounds of the foreign arti-- ' e,,w Uils i" r o'Hce, J ones Well, what did j on do with itT cle. Ik'taliation abroad iimv result; foi Dob ion tol' mo to put it where ho'il there have already been c.pri!iions ot dismal isfact ion atiiong groweis in foreign notice it first thing he comes In, an' I countries that American hops were in- - tuck a pin Trough it an' laid it on hi.- vatimg their home markets. If there cnair, ios to attract nis attention. should Im retaliatioj', tho American It&ukut. grower may know who will lx hurt most. HllIll:oi N.lturr. But h it not a comical thing that the Ancclina Wlialuver iiiade o lull , ...v. Kn,wcr m oiiiii as.; a pron.oi-- Ullt.,u Ilarpa:oiI ,.,,. niaking i'.i.OOO a ,'. tory duty UKanifit tlio very fore iimer ..... i .. , ...i... ..7:.i '.n . -Ac-give- n i . good. It is almost society ladies. It was atn morning servg ice, ntul tho church was crowded. tho early part of the service the psalter and responses they had maintained an attitude of rapt devotion, with profoundly solemn faces and bowed heads. Tho To Deum was arranged to n long and unusually elaborate musical accompaniment, and these ladies had remained seated. Tho lines, "Let us never lie confounded," were sung with a flour ish and nn operatic staccato which camo to a sudden ami pronounced close. The silence was heightened by the loud burst of harmony which had preceded: there was no gradual dying away, hut u quick, petrify ing stop. And in tho solemn luisli came the sound of a small, shrill, but painfully clear voice, ami tho words: "Buf, my dear, wo frv ours in butter." Dr. Dix raised his hand in a quick gesture of horror, an acolyte laughed aloud, ho faces of the congregation variously expressed amusement, chagrin and anger, ind amidst the commotion which ensued the very charming Mrs. was borne, Taint and sick, from the church. New York Star. Dur-'in- An Incident nt Tilnlty. A curious incident occurred a tow Sundays ago at old Trinity. The actors wuro two very well known and wealthy J THE GENTLER SEX. ' I ' 1 -- EXTRA. , I BROKEN RIBS WERE An lurid, nt or t.lfo tu n Cithrtiriiiii I.niiittcr ('11111(1, i "' r "r - r mjK, ftm V i" it-4- s; -- smv rS-V- . P"'t. f,i' &S-- -- U o'-fourt- h iroii-Amer- i- e n ,,-- YUicnu man gets sick or inecu with" an accident in a Canadian lumber ctiiup he neither expects nor receives an thing like givd nursing. If he is patient, tho win no until iney can: l.ut if ho shows a disposition to whine, he is not considered worth any extra At Camp B t.uo or three winters ago a man named Peters was hurt by a falling tn-l,.llv 'I'l... " r. ...:i... ' from a n or dinMor She .co feet deep. d I they could do was to ' rub tiio mini with whisky and put him in M,lie- ,,p wife of n Braail-i- t his bunk. While no Ixmes were broken, seenieil that lie was internally laM ,,,,'",,r r "' "" olltlea. as well as weather, that not lieleyond u ilny ur two. Buines wtusdiiving ami '" tno 'H,st of l''"S,Isl- - R,' " lru there weie no men to upare, iiim! after """"whI by rangers "ii jierrect typo of Peters hud lieen nibbotl down the Uwa Sp"' lxtiuty." Both her Inanity and lor liiiRlish an inillKenous, however, as Mild: Now. Peter, you imderstaiul how it rih" WM l'm '" l!''"'. of general ions of Yankee aneeKtors. . is; you'll pmlwldy die." "Yev" Mrs Clam MeDiarinid. insi.leiit of "Probably dto within twenty-fou- r the ArhunmiH KnualSiilTmL'oamnciiitioii. hours.' is a granddaughter of the venerable "Yes." preacher. Mix. Lydlti Sexton, wIm was "Ami si, ou sw, nn. tiling extro will ordnined in 1H51 in tho Unitnl Brethren be u dead ItMi to me. denomination, and who was probably "I pe. but in cne die you'll hnve ' the first wonimi ordnintx ns a minister u the men olT in tho United States. Mrs. Jac.Mon, is mniiiiviN enough I i.i for half n il , v.o. t ,...'. I ui-nut a still iKoioii- -, nud prrnchet alimwl every good rquaru gruTu. ' evening. "But. lV..-- . w rtr nmliv.1. and to do' At a leeent sale of P.fwi ' thnt will cm mo $ worth of time. " piotur.-s- . when one of her lki works "How lunch will xuuglrtf ms not to was sot iiji for vendm. aomeboily arose "' in theemwd and crknl out: "Thai pic- "I II say la. If you'll forgo a ' tore is not by Itnaa Houhurl" The auo funemliry.Hidodie.'' Itouwi the intei niptioii. "No," uiat ioot;a rair. antd afur a criwl the tramrer. "I slmll not lo tba little, thought, "and III do it, .Slmkr." inisMi;ion practice uion the public; the T1h?v shoofc: and P . his Kilming is a forgery, lam Ibwn Bon- hnnl nud dt'r.. t'wUUonly Imur, una I surely know my own work." uiodfirinefi ei ;. i .., whi-kand vluesar, kii I o: .:.',, (klicncies fal jairL ITEMS OF PHOTOGRAPHY. and Uan tail lu tluvo wmka m At n lerwit iii,Hiiig of the Photo waa nut acl ul work. Society of .hipan, a nativa tuotn "Couldn't you make ll 9&y ntkoA Uw ' tier lHtwel the uietiibrtn coltwml cam low as he came to tttl. era for taking W.vSO inch ictine. Tho "For why?" "liecauaa if you h.ul dM I nhHild linre tripod wuia giant, reaching tho roof of had to wrap the lu a $3 blanket, lh halL It was ueln iutriotv. a:id tlie Inn homM liaru on a drink ail around after tlt job." In tlie Indon divorce osni "Couldn't toaibiy linnh of It," npll..i' are u fnel an eTi.huice of identiPttoi. "After imido tho bargtiia witJ: ty. ItitheScoU.'h coiiru. how eve r. yjti I found throe broken rib. anil bad nr nccfH4'd, Sinre tlw art of retouchto hpllce and grow eui ostrn." Now ing bus been carried to such iwrfection Yorh hun. Ui ba u want of eoniidciic there In portraits un evidence. W l'min for a K.plj. ' 11m Ji)miiihm) aro ciitliutntlc over IIoit chii tbey rem' n pillow Vi la Ihtt t of n fentlieislml, pholtirapliy. Thoiuiiiiiilerot pubho in. AimI Uw cat) a liorwWI)- IIUTII st ruction in Jiijuin tins announced that Oil mi u Its ImmiI; ' iiii-i- i l.i 'i-si- Mr. Ilettio Green, of Brooklyn. Inn endowed over 100 cliurchos mid etab- lished llfiy schools Kilen laaliclla Tupper, daughter of .Mnr-- ! tin !'. Timner. bus been nut nn tln civil list b the r.nylish government for a pen- siou ol 5:,ni n year. The duughter of Maj. Seijui l'into, the IVntuguese liete noire, recently lioiiKhtii box of .iiiH in n shop at Lisbon. When hu ojioi.ml tliu Uix sho diseoered that thev were Bnglish. She ret urned them at once to the shopkeeper. Mis. Caroline Donovan, who hnsgiven $100,000 to Julius Hopkins university and made many other important public bo- ...... .. .. s ....1 an !. suu.i n.iiuirer eii i.eu. K. Xl W' l,K' M,,,U of ,"'" "0 ,Cl "" . . i f, " A LOVING Tin- - COUPLE'S CLEVER SChEME " 'I1 ' - M,'i'. l'an-Ainerie- iil lic.-nu- ""'. ; ' ', 1 and a daughter of Samuel Tunisr, t rlcli sttH'k iiiiKer of Cnilg. Snlgwiek and Mi) Turner had Wen keeping eoinpnny for houio time, but it was known that old mini Turner had promlsi-his dnughlcr In mnriiage to n young lawyer of Crnig. wliiwe pmspecu for Hliticnl preformeut aro said to l Mis. Turner, it was al- -i flatterhiK. known, heartily detested this yoiinir lawyer, but in couiplianco with her father's winhcfi she Imd pneuiMtl to bi.s bride. Tlie date for their wedding Imd Ixvu Ml. and. in Consideration of tliN fact, old man Turner iiRreeil t allow bit daughter to piny hiidteiDitiri lo gmoiiiMtiau at the wedding if their niiitii.ii frit mis, William Mimii.inl d mill fitiimiiMitiiM Mmrv limlKiil nf i:iiilni;. The jsii'itH who galheixil at the I'renbx turian Iitio-l- i ii Brocklnw, Mo., to seo Mclntvie William Maxou nud Miss made mini ami wife were irei'ii'd ton e that ha itrt tho toir;ii"i t village goMtiw wagging in a mmi fisti-ii- t manner. Unson's best mini m ldwiu Siilgwiek. a well to do young fanner, and the iiinid of honor was Miss Mildiod Turner, the prettiest girl in the comity I'lilitlcl.t D-li- a Mii-)tl- Ilrliltminll Miss Mi Int iv. MnMHi-Melntyrv ' o -tliat itat. - -- i. th 1 i v -- !' ' U-d- iiii-nd- tr g ii,ni-4i- shoto-guipli- 1 I lH-- r 1 s iiil-U- - -, j flow ohii IVIH Uw Ail Imii ihMt. llio iMitltrtMljrf K.inlxn-rnt- rn r niijtluaA U'o wtuw turn roply linlt nut Mirtnc . nli iKith ,,..,... n.vends meet? - e i i J ( Kdwin .Mv love, he's worth half a million, and if ho thinks we don't want it he'll tory likely leave it nil to lis. New York Telegram. U applt-iiuit-'o tho ramnvlMefc, eiirmni Jrll out loinl? Dl tlit! the hnity wtwlc Vhll. the i tint crouftt Ami wlut vill the liomeWs oystrrtvv Wlwn the have nil s ilryl TIhci? things i vnetsni hoth me (ami) w- iw uim( fur a IHs the Or U-. j vach-irt9re- j -- ChUMfW IImhM. Onn l 'Km. mi-tres- s his dress, must not goi lieyond two rujiecs. The nuinlier of dinner piiities given by tho bride's familv is not to ho more ibaii .(U wi.i? live, mid tlnjutimlMT of guests at each wmcii oilers regulates the number of apprentices tr not more than tweiitv-flve- . be allowed in each facton. Tiki many While Ins arms iind olie.it u.ic lio-- ,i The cheiillo. oi given at bo-men are not permitted iiilenui of n giant, his legs were shriveled and trothal by the bride's father to tho bride-the trade, for Mr. .lames Campbell, tin gnsim's father, is not to exceed one in-- ' as small tin those of u dwarf. It w.i impossible for ti in to Ho down, and bs prcmiientoi tlio association, knows thai pee and sown sitjmris and Is'tel nuts. Kit., afiit.lin.r i,. It.. Wnllhl often li.i.ii iiib supp.y or labor regulates wages. I he value of tho distributed hen ho gis.'s before Mr. McKinley's sleep in this manner onlv for .. ut the marriage is not lo ox- - h,ott time, when he would l- o- in committee, however, he thinks that the and the same limit is ,II1C0 d fall to the floor. The dm tariff regulates wages, ami accordingly llxe.1 on the valuoof the inosahi.or pres- - nl the Johns Hopkins homitul (u.d iom asks to have the duties ll Why Mr Wept. out hy the brides maternal relation. Mr. I ampbells association keeps t lit city failiMl to make a di.Wios., siipiTiiiitiiiiiunt-tf .M.ii.tur,-- . Stranger- Why are you crying, little The inurniige parly going tothe bride'e of tho case, and they weio not vrmiltcd number of Apprentices so low that tin Wll.t It, linhiiii nuiit.iiiiu ......... ...... l tflllit village are not to spemi more tiiiiu tun lv to imiUo a force of blowers actually doe i... i. iiuiiiM- tjiiuiiim IIIWIU IIIVISl-- '.-.. examiiiatioi.. Johnny Because I oh lioo hoo lire llian a woman with Saratoga wave rnpees, and when tho biidegroom is in bttsdo was a Peiiiisylvaiiliin and was in not meet tlio demand inrush seasons like and :i waterfall on her head, springs in hav have lost kini eh eh and if he vited to tt social evening at his fatiier-ii- i t, Baltimore a tout two yeais. lie was a when glassr taken from the' her skiits. a 'crick in her Kick and a goes home without me mamuia will lick law's house ho is not to Is.-- aid mori.' mold.ir by trade, but for somo lime pt factories as fast as it is made. There hat c him. Wow! i'.xchango. cataract in l.erew?" than two rupees nor to take with him tioiis to bis illness was cuiilow. as a been complaints that some of the manu- "A woman with a notion in her head. more than Viva men. wen. delayed in filling order coiidurtnt by one of the streetcar of course. "Chicago Lyre. Ihn l.'nuiil Wiiy. byiea.i.orineinefiiciencyofiinti-aii.ePhiladelphia Telegraph CLASSIFICATION OF ROSES. Billiam .So Philiam has lsou uwsivou blowers put in for lack ,r experienced A h'len Iiim.. a shooting trip, Las lie? llls.illNllcil Ounii. ,U1i' "ddingalsiiit25perceiit. toitscost. The , Tl.n glou'a ro-- i' for tho religious. Tommy What do you charge to go to us. William Many of the judges of the recent dog labor, too. is more- - than half for-- senate bill of tlio last congress proiiosed The motts lose for married ladies. Billiam Shoot anything? show hao inundated with Irlten eigu. 1 he Mass orkers association, t ,aho tho duty to four cents a pound. your show. Mr. Kaller? Kaller- - My show? I don't understand William Yes; a companion. Yankee The pink rose for young mat run- -. since the great exhibition closed. The-- e iiiioiiKii ii. causeii . mo iiasaaije ot inc or a hoot .in Inr .. ..k. .... v.,iru... ti...i you. ,..i ...w .. in. - . Blade. inr ... nn. ci i. iii.M mn, noes iioi oojeci to im- The damask rose for masked balls. commimicatioiis aro ueailyall in femipieseiii, ueimiuus oi tno wool growers Toiu.iiv-W- hv, tho show vou nmdo of nine liaudwritiuMuid some are saicastic: Tho wild rose for men about town. IKirting blowers on its own account when Heem iikli tn i'i, cult in ni i,w....i.u.....i.1l., .... .T .. i No sullilliiilr I.lUr h violin r'. v r,,,....-- yourseu. i nat s wn.it fcisler fannv sanl. and some abusive, ami they wish ti there is an mievoe led ,l,lai,lw '" ;.l The golden yellow io-- o for llio rich. mu- - H"(1 greater, n the -- Yuiikeo Blade, Mother (to son dividing goodies with a know in a general way Mietl what cannot fill. 1 ho glass blowers who re- - forthcoming tariff bill of Mr. Tho Marechal Niel rose for soldiers. playmate) Tommy, you should give TZ McKinlev'a cousidemiioii induced the judges to give cently came here from Belgium to work-i- Committee. The Jacipioiuiuot rose for gentlemen. your company the larger share; ri.lin' I'lnnmle. a pri7.e to some oilier dog than the the Jeannette factory in PennsylvaWherj uro those emiiieut Hepublicans Tho lose of Sharon for heirs loan Boll My dad's a sipiire. and gets his -- o much candy makes you sick. writer's. Tho judges of tlio toys, snniel nia came thiough the instrumentality of in Sun. estate. congjess who have faaid that those iu- and pug classes have been the most that very association, coming by differ-cu- t dustries which form themselves into! nainn in the paper everv day. Tonitconteniiiiuouslvl-Tliat'sniithin'. Tho dog rose for dudes. The blush Kvery woman who has a pot routes and turning up He Vi. Smnr lllliul. trustsshouldhavothetnriffproo knocked, Mv dad took Jinks' liver ...... and- trot. nil's, rose for brides, ., dog which failed to take high honors is nt their common e Winks Aren't you glad to see the i..- pictcr in the papers. Pittsburg Bul iiiemr his Ttio thorn roso for scolds. Tho tea ublo to discover some ersonal reason It is claimed hy these applicants fori iroiu miner speak snow?- them out now. letin. for the decision against her without higher dulii s, by iiianufjctiiiers and1 Blinks Yes: but. hang it, can't sec rose for old maids. workmen alike, that iuportations of A Might D.tl.iiiicii. o anything cUel Ixiweil Oiti7. n. The prahie pettier, The much difficulty. When no actual Tacts for ICnul Jliil'. IIdiiiii. exist the imagination of llio nipt owner 1'reiich window glass have greatly inhedge rose for the poor. Kiiglaml is one of tho countries, which ' Tlie Iiev. Dr. I'rimroso So you lost j creased durimr the past sewn war, A I'rm.r of pretty apt to come inlo Iji.e. your le.j s;inK uie life of u Collovi Tho cabbage roo for tailors. Tho of the dog play. Tho shrewder judges of dogs de'iiiero has been some increase, but tiie aro spoken of by high tariff delations Is'imr? You aron htfro. Ho Do you really lovo mo, darling? Baiiksia roe for bankers. -- the al re that this year's awards were dealt importations last yeur were S.OOO.OOO before congressional committees :is Shu Yes, really. To prove it I'll name Vugmiit No, sir, I was a chump. pom and Nirert stricken tiacions of The button ros. for bachelors, The out with unusually pounds less 1'iau in correct and skillful This is .shown my dog after you. Yankee Blade. Pitnrtitirg Town Talk. white, roe for jouiig ladies. judgment, but it would be very dillicult by tho late.--t treasury reporb'. But the coiunieico of Kngh.rd for the Tlie Martha Washington rose for lo convince all exhibitors of ibis. -- New But the industry in Amenc-- i has No (ielllN lltllli:iK-l- . An i:ierliiieut. ' Mail ami I'xpress. Yoik .Sun. out of ail proportion to the en- month of January reached a lioint never Shoo Factory Foreman (in thunder larged iiiiKirtntious. In ltil-!s- !l we had heforu attained by her, and vm, coiiso-- ' tones) WhnlK tho mattor there? Did m GA5TR0N0MICAL TIDBITS. In St. il7i.iiu, the 'lliiimlrr of only OKI pots in our factories.; thi.s season ipieully, greater Ihan ...... 'conn lerc al... you slit that leather w rong? (lillllP IIHll.in .. . '111 1.. rfev . Jhiinarkablo cicatrical phenomena aro , "" ,i"'Um "H. 01Wra.ivo there are l.i'DS. I only out v o 'llio Chiuotc oat the chrysalis of silk witnessed at tho now rv & & I on tho Tlie window glass men are tho last wld'shUiorv 'F ,n' rb Weekly. worms. VThe nianufucturing iudu.t; v o Kogsteep and isolated ijautis in northern 3 men who should ak for increased duties The Flench say that the sweets are the Switzerland. Thunder stoini are lanu is jiii-- t now on such a Im an that Ami III, 'Inn. . at this tiniH. Prices havo adladies' choe.se. labor is repnind lo be nctu-.i', ,a. ,.r freipieut; thus in June ami July searce. vanced .Ti jier cent, for French window-glass- . it friend remarks that L is liio labor uiiiou.s are notable t , meet the I.arge scollops, split and broiled, make last year only three. days were without Furthermore, our glu industry sful letter italwavsonU 10t them. As a rule, thunder peals from id over-- wej a delicious i'Nh Weekly. is in a most flourishing condition. Prices domand for skilled laborers. j,. limo is general in most of tlio largot j L'ngla.e. i. ttietintiw place of the pun-- ' l,,',,,'" ''" evening. The noi-- e is short, havo advanced, tho factories are kept ing lo shortness ol flashes ami .Sol u I'ariiKiiii. l,:irt,y gent hoiveradish. busy, and at the recent meeting of tho cstablisiimeiits. Tlio nreseiit ve..r nrom- lies to bo the most A pair of sli'iiiler, tap'rimc hnnds, that Enga""mi,t f ,vh" " " Western Association of Window Glass land Oil vo orchards i California are wo, th . A lUlnty mnimiuut. full of grave. has ever had. ,"" "l,",H ,l,,u ""1",uto . Manufacturers at Pittsburg it was a subNur am I jaleus for uunu sunns tu much as $1,100 per acre. Will tho protectionists then drop in a t'lpiii sl:v. (inn i i. ..ll..... i' ject of congratulation that tiie liest brands lint I Hint u iuoii.u faci). "Shoeblacking Cafo" is a sign that tions of their npproacli is tlio bristlim; "Say. mister, won't you just gnib my from their familiar old "pauper laof American gass aro now displacing of Ami j ft 1 fwir thnt tboii.-- my fair's hat mid run with it, w' I can sio Tiger greets tho eye in Philadelphia. foreign glass m the eaatern markets. bor"' argument? Or will they change tho nbserwr's hair. During hail storms lruVi. classed. In nil thr I want to seo if he's afraid onto you? Why should there oe still greater protec- their tunc and demand all the higher In some parts of Brazil yellow ants the iron rods of the house give u hissing She's full nf trlfh-y-. uml I trar, to tackle a real man. You needn't bo with rosin sauce are considered a tion for these thriving infants? Are t boy protection because tlio British laborer This watoi of Millie is fast. v. 'Bound, with luiniiioiis effecta ' v" not well fel? :arcd; l'e;;othitu mtuzl.-d.- ' has full work and higher wa ? Juweler' Herlew. Uackot. Hotel Mail. , -- Philadelphia Ledj,. .. li-'h- wages of glass workers in thiscountrv aro kept at the highest possible js.int by the cast iron rules of the Natiut.al Win- .ibso-iutio- $10(1 TneJrr mouths la .. Jl.sr.C llij;lit inmitiig In the Uuit'slbtati'S at l.Vl And the diirercncc is zero. But it is a well known fact that the is on foot. Tin- n. incre.-iH-d- . j pre.-en- ous trusts which are intrenched behind tho tariff bulwark. Carpets of the kind named jiay a duty equivalent to nearly half their cost abroad. Here, then, is a case where "protection ikls done its w ork" its first work. Sharp competition has lccii developed and prices hae none down. Henco , mm. ,i. tion .,...i .. .,.a. :. must give birth to a trust for the pur- ,K,soof getting more protection in an-- i tu.r form. The president or the siigai trust remarked receiitlv that the great trust over which ho piesides was simply endeavoring to do for itself what con-hiaj undertaken to do for it; in KruSll other words, to protect an industry hv keeping prices up, and thus Kds dearer lo the But the protection of the carpet mak-thers has had another effect. Tho high price of the wool the v need has fostered the use of shoddy to an extent never fre seen. The common coaise wool ,,sed in carpet ni.i'.ing pavs u dutv of ,wo um OIM..i)ilf L.eiIl3 a jKllnul ms - will b another one of the numer- ;, protec-youii- " e "Very likely," was the hinner's reply. Generous Citizen Certainly, poor ' f,,ItJ!o in an agitated undertone to l:irtner, "and if circumstantial evi- Come in. There are twelw of us now at the table, and one vacant ' "enco goes for anything, this speciimm i ..!... i.. I'm whetting my teeth on Is oneof Vm," ill'. 'ri.:.. :im mmiriiii. ki'iviiiir Tramp-N- o. much obliged to Mir. I'm -I- 'lnladolphin Times, itiirvm', but I ain't no rool. Natloi...l I'erfrrtly .itWll.,, Woeklv. Patron 1 notice you ain't afraid to Ilie Aitflcn n. C.mhI. uJulterato tho gmala you Mind over tothe 'utt took j :ur ndvico and hit that Prim family. Don't they complain some- "-- " ho tried to impose' times? on inc. Chalkein You forget, sir. the motto .Merrill That nw right. they have in that household: "To the Butt But ho nearly murdered me. pure, all things are puru." American Mcrrilt Pshaw! You didn't hit him Orocer. Iiard enoii"h. Drake's Magazine. j hi-m- Tramp iiilliln't lio M 'I llllli'i'litll. Could ye give mo a sipmre t of place. ? "Young man," said the Uianllug sternly, "your cnmuieuts aro out I ucndemiex In iegtuil to the reudeiiut; visible ol- jects tiiat Minuol bf swmi by tlie eye, let the leader tnkoiin old pliotognipli which has lain for somu fart between printed paersauil attempt icopv it by (Jiotog-niplIt U foiiml that the printing ha- - Hindu an iimsiMo impre linn on llio photograph, ami the copy will bring this out clearly. 111 at tJie ne.vt tenu pl.ougrnihy will lie tnuglil in mot wtK.'i'lor h'IkhJs notably at the Atchmological iiistituto. at the Foreaters i.iMitntu and in the miliuin oei-- . Ohl Mr. Turner ba dw hirtsl that he will iievei nso-ni- ju bin daughter a; nn. luit she hiib sho feel sine he miH forgive hei in time. Slgwlek Imd ph.niM I an olojsmieiit to Kainan, lau ai'ti r u The ceivniony duly Mrformoil by Bev. AlcMiudi r Caniplx-ll- , and while the were nwaitimr the exit of the bridal puit. ilm was sprung upon them. Th surH-Uclergyman had lairely sKikeu the words which made Delia llclntyre Mr. Maton, when Setlgwiek and Miss Mildiil ad- I lie you r; iiiaii vaiHVNi to lire altar. whispered a few w or Uilhe Miinisier, e at the same time tuinding him a Tiiere was a litile -- tir up hi fnait, lait bCore nny one niilut-wliui as going iki ami before the mite (ajw eoiilil Interfere. ISdwtn and ?iildr-were tiie cirrto man aiel rvcHtiug hi hlemiug on their union. Then the two happy brhlegroonis with tlieir bhuhing bridea left iIm church miilin at tho clever maniH-- in hhh old Mr. Turner bad be.ii outwitted. It isnlattsl liv tome of the witm-- ic of the doiiblo iimrriagv that th loung lawyer with political roir't mn present In Hie church, but that Iih w.n "o Ouiubuindisd by the tiraxcuiHit nf ' ; tlio tliat il newr iourrid nris.; hi his might and forbul lo hiiu to tlio bans in tine dramatic aiyle until it w us Km Liu. Olliera say lw did mt until the uiarriago creneiiii were gut e msr-riag- l kiHH-liu- e r pns-eisbiik- hi-rit- e the plan which they so suecesafully out was York W aid. with Mmiii anil )llu .li-iiii- i' car-rhs- l dciibsl on bitteiul. N w made biscuit, sir, fifty years INDIA'S ODD MARRIAGE LAWS. The Kiymeni at the ceremony, when the bridegroom touches with his linger mother-in-law'- i . . i t A I'rrnlliir Hl,... .losepb Steele, art yonrs of age. died at '.ho City hospital In Baltimore of a iciilinr diene. from which he bad sutloriHl for ulsiut six week. ilie cause of dea I b. as staled in iIm certificate, was an oW mot ion to the ena eat a and the sconndan failuie of lospiritiiiii The stirior ca a is tlio vein by which tho bliKsl ftom the upper extremities is lettirued lo the heart, and in of its obstrue. thin, winch miglit luivo Uin cuiimsI "' cnlar,eil gland preaslng iiikui it. tin ,,l,l,,r p'rtion of the tiian's IsmI w..s "'"rinotwly swollen. is-eritly pn-iiinr- y uj--rin-ii- n eon-eipu.ii- eo - pr.-.er- .t I 1 1 1 "'" "' I -- vv s , co-il- d bal-ceedt- ruj-i.es- , ho-pit- al - i - -- ma'kin-worki- ng - tiost-iuorte- con-aime- e j I com-jiatiie- s. -- Wn-r,- l.t U-e- .. " I ... v n New-Yor- d. I't .:, 1 ' ixi-- -' llr ltt. the-earth.- pre-idcn- ts. ; TiP Mm-ii- V il.-..- - ""- (luuN-- i.H-eiul- " 1 tj, pro-mcion- s Jfffl mm) ' , L'ug-lan- d " - -- , j h I I 5 t ed I i- - "W Li. r I i ( in ' i jjffiBWWWW h k. vvu. stock of Ziegler Bro. colobra-W- . was Mod a way and Mr. Ware goes free of a charge Ids friends could never think just received. S. II. Shanks. to is now engaged in the liim guilty of. Tiiiihh Crab Orchard people giro no machine shops at Somerset and is doing OorrxoKon Loguti Avenue lor rout. tieo of upplfention for liquor license MWoll Stanford, Ky., - Maiu--ii "js. 1800 Apply to Mrs. M. .1. Withers. tliu next term ol county court Mn. m. The trial of Willis Harnett for retistinir Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall Fort Hunt. Sultu of rooms in Common L Harris, Sum lliinlin and Mrs. i Mnrabnl Carpenter with a xbot-un- , gor cinl Hotel. Apply to M. F. F.lkin, Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Manet li.o. when lie went to arrest him at Kowlnnil, Jewelry and Silverware. Noirrmuis Shi:i Oats mid hII kindii of Itict hisv II.wiiiisTw.iB HisOwx Likk. was bejrun yestonlay afternoon, but laid MEANS BUSINESS. Held uml garden seeds. J. It. Foster. Our town was startled Wednesday af- over till thin morning for the examinaA. 1?. Com Kami settle your account tion of otir town charter as to thu jiow-e- rs Nitw lot of Moil's uml boya' sprint: ternoon by the report that ltiMihen HarPenny. of the marahal. The court then ad- ris laid killed himself. At llrst nobody Railroad Watch. Tho l..ilrV rentilred and ( Wining jum remwi at u. intuiics . could credit it, but invectigiitioii prnvod journed. vurrantod. A. K. Penny. Fnutvii A Co.'s circus is hilling for nn that it was too true. It teems that he Tint bast place to buy drug.", rmtont Jonea Pros, bought of C. Cash, Prompt Prescriptions Care Attention medicines mid toilet Hrtii'tai is at A. It. hii exhibition heroon tho 18th of April. hail been in bail shape physically for A. C. Caniinn and others l.'M) HO to bin Penny's. sometime, and worried much over Uoi.. "Hi it." liniiitHRiid Phil hofpi at :' to :i tts. Uuv your school lmok, ink, tnblota. given to Knjjrav- (innn to condition, and although he told hi wife have contracted with II. 0. fully Compounded ol all paper, pencils and hool supplies that be hud intended to kill himself lnt Xothk. Partiiv? addreaaint; letters to build for them threw cottages for 51,800 kinds from A. It. JVmiv. pay ally cipitial the Kicker will pleuw add: " United ing nnd Repairing on the lot recen ly liought of S. II. Friday, she 1il not to it, aa she thought it but the States of America, Western I PERSONAL POINTS. Mtmntu. at nil hours, day rernilt of low spirits, which would rooii of Watches, Clocks to the uminl ilirectionv. is in f lxington, It , L II. Til If Indies lire coniially invited to Wednesday morning he wear oil'. iK)tiua9ter in this town is never town. our stock of print; millinery. It started with bin men to tlx a water gate, e0Tian wj,at country Ariwuin is located and Jewelry. and night. Un. W. M.AiiMitNMT, of Owfnsbom, is urpanea any line ever brought liere but fitupjKNl and sent them on. This s d that will Brwitly fncilitat his laattending court. All onr prices are very reasonable. the last that was ieen of him, till in the hnn of iiHtribntion. The only B. II. DANKS, Jowolor, Mn. I.S. Tisvii, of Woodford, was at Courts A Wmy, In rear of J S WELLS, Ph. O. Prose. Clk. . ms when, aftr all tlif neiKliiwrs' ,n o(H JH his i:no. uot for W. I. L. N his old home a fuw days this weak. been visited U) find him, had of orthography and chirorapliy, Urn full page supplement will lie houses Mim. J. W. Swrnrre is visiting tin? famii i,iH theory as to why jackass rabbits very interacting. It eon tains mitt-ta- r was disco veatl by Frank found ly of Mr..lohn 0. Hill, at Mnywood. M ii '"tre-- t, STANFORD, tiy. (.p had Iwlted from the w,n, ,.r,,n(,,,i ))0, tail,.,l. fur nil classes, not forgetting tho tnrill tlie stable, which he of Olark, i Un. It. M. to1 j inside, witli his throat cut from ear visiting his brother, Mr. P. P. N'unmjl-ley- . reformer, who is yrowiuirin numbers as ear. A liottle ol stiycnmne was lyinj; NKW ho becomes bettor acquainted with the . .GO TO. is biipposuil he took , law that makes the rich richer and the by his side ami it - Mu. J. A. IIaiiihs was in town Weil po'ihon also before intliclinj: the terrible. ucsday, after u flvu woks Hivr with the poor poorer. O. Vash, which was made with an ordinary IIIk HCglO, IXJUIS ti 11)4011, WHO lit Is knife From the bloody linger ,,as ltjlMK, our of the tal I's at l'nce krfi' Mim. .1. A. has leturnedj ,..dine.l cot oil' with mot of the money prints on his co.tl, seems that lie took rck and iii mu .. -- tieri it reut near Perry Mit Kmhry stole from It. Ziniuier, has it oir after cutting his throat and then trom a visit to her "3IODEI. GROCERY" 3reakjng. an(i Training Stable. viiio, joined the I nited Slates army, so an of- lay down to die. His head rested on one. He h hid MifScient rxpriiir lomake him J. M. WuiTMiiRAD, of Somerset, passed lh.jj ritos Mnraliiil New land, and the arm and was no unlication of n' MllJ hl, IH he b,1Bes, llb(. verv up yustenmy to vih remuves ai .mi. U(W ,vi tH.r,.,y rj,i,wi f that n hi- - Struggle. It is RVfu! to contemplate the rejsnable Give himahire clr,esur i.atronadt. " ' Vernon. Mtncc for venr at leapt. cmdiMon of a man's mind which would And Spades; mm. .1. it. oioi-n- t ami cinuiron, oi especially by the him to suicide, Hawm. bought out the coal business drive visiting at .Mr. John M. (iraiuro, are be employed and his mental ofdeorgo D. Wenren, I will ntntinne the menus tliat .lr. & AVhitc must have Icen fearful, unl lm ' iwony Mns. Caxiiu'K IU.hfb, who has been buainess and ak a shore of the potion-ag- mrvemoat wondeif.il. About :, yeais Sets, n i near Shelby of the Htirens of Stanford and viciniwith her sister, Mrs. .1. M. Wruy, throe ago Mr. Harrift was married to Mies hlia cn, t Also a full stock of L.mdreth's, D. M. Ferry & Co.'s and Crossman's ty. My oillco will hu with Mr. Ceorgu Hiigleman months, has returned to UloomiiiKton, and to them has been born $10 to Insure a Living Colt. D. Weareu, ami any oixiers left there Garden Seeds in papers. III. two Imivs and one girl, all still living. will have my immediate attention. It ( c .ure to like did Mts SVu Itot'T accompanlwl MissMin-niTheir married life was a hapny one and him.r.Rir mid e him II M. on VsuN, Aecnt. Kill im K. Wenren. VaiiAiwIalunii her ivtitrn to each seemed devoted to the other. The and will spend a hort with Tiir "Huston Steniii Ctirn" swindler ih terrible blow is enough almost to kill lier. working the Kentucky suckers right her, as well as his aged parents, Mr. and INjtts lm sold his h It. ii long, notarithataml.ug the newapapers Mrs. James A. Harris, who in thir My line lack, William jle, blatk mill mealy in tlw flourim; mill on Paint Lick, to hi have given his snap away at every town are sincerely pympnthised with I. It's Imp. Jac i4'( hand hii;h tireii brother, II. C. Pott, ami ruuioviHl to he has visitd. What fools tliee mor-- by legions of friends. Mr. Harris is tl e and out of a tpleudid jeuntt ill male the eaou of ilon ji my .table betHren the Oanvill and I have a full line ol Stenfonl. Iticlimond Chimax. Uiis be1 is daily demount rated as well as llret of a family of eight children to die M.mfW'l and Hauvilleaud Huntunil!r pilevat (I Itn.i.iiv .IniliMt W. o Vii W the fact that the man wlioe dutv is to and his low will theieforo be the moie S8 to Insure a Living Colt. Hausfnnl, Hon. F. F. Itohbitt, .Indue J.j' kilt them is a very trilling fellow who keenly felt by them. The deceased B. MrFerntn, John McChord, 0- C. t ,ind raonev doesn't attend to his hiiinsH. was about II yeais of ago and was a Mare paitcd with lor'im t.Miurau NL.LI.MA.V lalUdit II. I ltobU Mardiiie are uttendittt; impulsive man, of cheerTraining Stahuc 0. T. andidge hss circuit court. ful disposition and made friends that In packages ami bulk. Also all varieties of Mn. .1. P. SvsoiiRR, of MlddleslKiro, rentwl of A. T. N'unnelley Ins stable and stuck to him like a brother. There are will convert it into a training ami sale us tliiil he sold IS lots near the many who will diop a tear at his unforplanini: mill In that city for;.V,000 ntsh. stable. Mr. Snndidgc lias had abund- tunate end and shudder to think of the N. Y. Seeci The location is away oil' from thu com ance of experience in handling hordes mental agony that must have been his hn trotting and c mbined ttullion ill maUe and his know ledge of them and w ide acnrcnt c.ion ut Dr. 1'. U' l.ocan' lUmiles inerclal centre. in his last tin vs. The remains were I at of Milled;eille on turnpike road Icadins t Mu.". .Iok ltuM:i.i., who lif been on a quaintance with horsemen all over the l.mx,.l,l tr. liiillnln S'orill.ru f'nllllit lrV illllt Slilltotll IN FANCY ' and Waterloo W stand , visit to her brother, Dr. .1. H. S. Frisbie, country is an assurance that the busi at :i oclocK yesteruiiy were consiguen, 10 ard hrei. Link. 17 I'edicreehigh. eigh i.acoib hinm style and action and u n sum foal nniiiiili at Kirksville, pased here on her way ness will prove a sticccxs to him as well tho earth after a short service at th ' getter; rent progeny comlnnin; ptd and firit- hi sorry to as going a long ways towards making grave. The case is one of the saddest in il.n tauuie ijiiHiiueo. lie na n rec ril 01 m. We are 10 Ixwisville Tuesday. Mamfarimi Chief; it ti) iticheliuu; he Stanford the good horse market it.should our memory and wo heartily sympa- byHeMamhrino I'aym.uter, by he by Mambrmo; lie hear Unit the doctor is in bad health. ho by Imp. Mewnger .Juxti:.!. M. I'll I l.i ifi ha returned to be. thize with the grief stricken family, who riril uam Helm mare by lay .Mernr.ir; he by I have SARATOGA CHIPS, something new and popular. MAPLE KansasCity altera month apent in tho (iKoiioi; Fmts, the negro man who lllU- -t lilld COIlSOlatioll Only by a cheerful llarpimn. he by he by Iran. SYR UP, the best on the market. Other Fancy Groceries always . Itcd by Cannon Whip, be boom lowtiH of Vir;itiliit Kentucky nnd was put in jail at the October term of reliance Oil the Heavenly rather, Wl.O 'kenper; nl dam Whip llird by Imp. Whip, he by by lllaekburn' he dair. by Herod, jd 'dam a thoroughbred on hand. Staple and Heavy Groceries in abundance. TennesMMv .Ie thinks Kuoxvillo the the court for refusal totcstifv before the IlllS pi Olllisetl tO tie Willi IIILUI ntlil n'Otll- - Saltram iurcbv Imp )K)1ri,.de. Hay Mcurlijct's din and grand jury, in a whisky cae, had been fort theill ill every SOI row. most ilusirable place for investment watomof a full blooded Mcuengermureuudby Imp lto kingham xhowed it by buying several lots. there ever since till Tuesday, when he Ruhelieu wat the mot fanhlonahly bred trot- - FLOWER CROCKS, plain and fancy and something altogether new ClTll IT Cotlir. Only tWO cases were tlK J,ore, AmerUn and the winntr or more Mu. (Skohi.k It. Ilium ky, son of Hon. was iiioii- - than willing to tell all he in that line. Call and see .them. nA ,u"e ' an' l"'hc'e "' Kea- W. O. Hr.idley, who has been holding knew. Six months is a pretty long time tried Tuesday, John Smith Harris was 'tceinyium dam by llelm't Yorkahirn; lie by the position of Marine Deputy under for such an ollbiise, but we suppose the aCCltlittcd of Carrying concealed weapons 'n,P Yorkshire ; dam by Weiicer" Ilekhsinar; of the Port Collier, has resigned man was forgotten, or it would not have and William King lined '. and given Uum by Komh; jd Jam the iuicd ram mc Surveyor l,erWB,d by x ' l,et' on account of ill health and one to his taken so many days to purge him of con- 10 days in jail for same ollense. All the wmVJSLmTT 10 orj cases against tho doctors, some home at Ijincaxter. -- IxHiisvilln Times. tempt. $15 to Insure a Living Colt, more in number, went oil" on demurers. Tiik street car line fioin hereto Row- MartSmitll, for tlie llllinlcr OI UC Mllllll Money due hen the CITY AND VICINITY. Jtifoal..d or maro parted i t.aiu land seems an assured fact. Those who Ini.l bim-iiscootilllieil until tie lleXt 'ln .'n retamoo tlllmmiej LOGAN, Owner. 1'. W Nkw Yoiik Seed Potatoes and onion have investigated the matter say it will term. Fight cases were tiled away and pay handsomely, pets at J. H. Foster's. E. P. FAULCONER. stock is being taken theothcis of the '.II continued till next pretty fast and it won't belong, we hope, term. Circuit Clerk J. P. Bailey report' FoiiS.M.Kor reiitthe Carpenter House. before we ran announce that the neces- ed $il.7'i collected on suits, jury fees,! Apply to D. H. Carpenter. sary o,00) has been raised. Waterworks, n,,lo wvv., Iii.lifii V.iriwin v.- ..... ill "" mi- miitM ' Illack Stallion i$4 Hand Itigh, I ixilod 1687. nv.iia, and Tom Ferrill have an electric plant, street cars and the new and linesui.n. County Clerk Cooper JuimikSuhi.tos l'rincep lia n in the 2 jo list; d.im Primrose, SIHKI) 1IY 1A I.I. W1I.KKS 4651). and "neof the Rreutest brood mares in the United Allllnllflll each postetl notices of their intention to mil ron d ought to give Stanford such a $lllti.2S on deeds, seals, licenses, mort J7X5 states, bv Alexander's Al.dall.ih. dam Katp, by GUI' 104. it dam Illack Kinily, byVermont YorK.hlre. HAYKI.OCIv bav horse 1 vearstold. itK hand id apply for license to sell liquors at Row- boom as will raise her to the importance gages, Sic. lllm' lush, (.utnpactjy built, tronj; hone, sure foal get v' ilnm I.iltle Emily, by Warner sire of Geneva S. io.. Itettie Jones a that her position deserves. rs land. ter and trotted over n hilly track last Kail in J tj 4II1 dam Kmily Speed, by Imp I.oia ithan. the names of the Following aie old, i nn. Killer V i ij1,, and we expcit him to trot close to 2 ao tills Fall M.tttie II , ilntn bv l'.uolct S. 3 Soto Win. lVrkins, J. C. Hays, Cieo. 5thI. yl Wilki 45 j, rc ol Danville Wiltet, 2.17, (Julninc dam jo'4,(."harlwtoii3(j, Kffie Thornton i y, His produie arelnrRc am tine, and llku Oranby Two days of pretty fair weather ami CoNiiriToit ItiiNUKKii had a cloe call nf . i 7, Idy t.ay i ;!, lie v ill make a noble en on our geod marcs In Kmiat Maliie WilHe a'Ju, and the Chief Wavrona 3 j8sJ, Sigma Nil ? 3J, this rain again yesterday, with thisdisc.ourag- - ' for his life Tuedsy morning. He was on Vaughn, J. M. Carter, Richard Cooper, I.ulu Witket j8. trial ),, by (Jctiree WiUea Wilkicinent t 38,and .27. elephonc J others. Three of the aloe The real Milue in his pediirrve rout in thu fact i , itdamly American Cwyoi34. ad, by Man records were40 inn forecast from Mr. Orooly: Ouiiund ' the caboose of local freight -- S and just J. M. Hill, IS. F. Powell, Patterson 188, the remaining ten that, he represents horses of individual merit, made in ; jd dam the dam oa 1 yx Kn . t made in 1M9. S. Hughes, J. brill Chief who.e nncetnr un buih sulea were both star li. D. Smiley, P. teorge Wili 3ii(, 11 ireol (tq perforHlertlli vrc rains, severe local sionim, mgu wuius, , (nlt W(,s n of telegraph poles 1IY LMOXT3, and producers nt horses tlit could go the ' jo, more than .in v talli liviijt or duad bv I). S. John-socooler Friday. the money and Hat clock's rolu rouU'aud were being distributisl over thu F. Pullitim, Sidney Dunbar, wldch il unilioni.ui 10, Mivof 41 performer in ju dait dam I. YD, thn dim nf t.ady Majolica 1 ? b) from Kuod jet mares will do likewise J. (i. I.ynn, Kiigene Kelley, T. W. b) Ilctirv CUy and the MafKie 1 to llrown Chief 4441 As they were pulling the gn.de 7dTeTr.smer.-olu.nnVermont 104 ire 11, will wi"if FarrK S.J. F.mbry, S. 5. HUiill"'.Maria mile leord ot Honner Hoyof 1The dams of Altamont j J61., I.a.l) Majolica i 5 by $50, Money Duo when Mnro Proves fr In our k js, the dam hero and Uowlund the front end Miller. II. ; found the card of Mr. C. I.. Crow, who ' that old for bigprue. Count Wilke 1 Mamhrino Chief dainct Dolly, dam of Dlrcitor S. Young, Kiiik j''o'. with Foal. dam KAN'NUi "f ' lM"" h'M trom the car and locker, J. A. Singleton, J. ainbetta Wilkes j i(; Nelley L j)H, 'M'iA j.'Ki unwaru a 5H " " j 17, Ihorndalv has leased a stable at Fence A Farrls' V K Huchanan and 11. C. Cuminius. Abel .'ji4. Col. Ilrnittkaw j.'4 and evtralotn- Inhn K. lhiync 4U' Honri J8, Iim; b DoHnmg'n Vernioiit nn 01" and will devote his entire time to "ticking in the ground drove the back Wm. Itouteii was lined .'0 in tVo cusos r in the byllsHi Kranklin, sou uf flnrac, 4Hi s'f I'ear ' track MawL ist Jam by Ilar.lay'Columbui. 1x586. nauifhi, Ac. Hen Franklin' dam by Jtihnscms training horses. He is in "'11 troii!li the ide of the iiiImhim and for selling liipior unlawfully, four of the ltl:icl Wlf.KhS i fine tatted and at. breaking and a SI'AR Copparbotlom, d Umn by SnxWeiliitir, win of colt .i you can find In the Wilkes family. "' P with great torce The cases against him were dismissed and MUK.IJ 11Y TAI.ADlNE 483., ...an, thoroughly rjnuis,-- ! Arihy. on nf Imp. llioined Sir clover young lie haa neter been handled lor ped. but will '"du.-toAbdallah Mamhnno gives ra c horsn iiualitiut s hat and Ure- lly llumliletouian 10, dam by Americnn Star i handled. trot (H itwanu bio and we predict for him a successful H" "" They are the other eight continued. K. C. Hice of itonatuhenpla. e 3 milesHi' Kill male the on the to the colts that he h pruduied. level heads, Itors- - dam l'OCHAIIONTVS, by American Clayxi "from Stanford my . ly missed Ids head, which was a lucky with of extreme speed, courw and e (sirb nf the dams of 14 in the 2 10 list, 9 in iKy, of ?2.r and a 10 days sentence Danville pike at the stamina to st.iiid hard trainuis No ImrsuMn miss for that gentleman. Train Dis- - got n line bv C M Clay, J r 21 rire nf tli dams of 10 in Kentucky has crown into popularity more rapidly concealed weapons. i'jo) Tin: postmaster gets a great many cu)aU.M.r MU.wr uas so j the car and in jail for carrying than he hs and with the same class of mans has a dam M AKY ANN. bv Alexandnr s Abdallah S15 i, want a horse with gained such notoiiety. Tho cases against Col. It. F. Hibb and rioti.sreo, nests in tlie course of a year. h(( 80Im.t,iiig of n close call himself. .ire of the dauis of Jerome Kddy a 6', Money due when iolt is foaled, lien retained on iron cli.d contetulioii el, lis breed to Abdallah j 13, etc son of Hambletunian in Dr. W. K. Salloe, for killing tUh with .oil in! alou a great dam producer and (i A. I.Ur. KY M.inlurd, ky. Mmn'.nno. He is Ours got a letter from a lone maiden seal drown, 3 yoari. old, ijK I'ODINBis m aoiiie day will be a noted pntsotcnt sire. 7 Not v Mutitr.ii. There is now hardly dyuainite, were dismissed. Josh Walters hands, tine stylo, handsomely proportioned and the wild ami wooly West the other day, very promising He combines the Ilanbletiinian-Star-Cllined . asking her to give her a confidential a doubt that the fellow, S. I!. Myers, and Warren Alherton were each SlOO, With Roturn Privilege. cross hacked by Alexander'! Abdullah and should produce (rent speed and remarkable adopted thu methods he did to enable $10 for breaches of the peace.' Win. opinion as to whether a certain man-iII Is descendants are certain to prove tmduraoce '1 and notice forewarns hunters, great, both uun the track and in the stud. this county would do to tie to. Wo diil him to skip the country and rid himself Tucker, who was lined $.')0 in a court at othehis not to trespass on our lands fishermen pur- without r 5132. miMiun, as an sum win no prosocutpa 10 me mil not hear what answer was sent, but tip- - of a marriage contract lie did not wish to Crab Orchard for disorderly conduct, $20 to Insure U Y s I R K I) I'RIXC K I' S st. bis case and was admitted. Ti.l es t exlunt of thu law Signed hang tlie happiness o fulfill. The hat found, here was evi-on it seemed to t V. HOI.MKS llr I w I.OGA.V, Woodford ,Mambrino jij for rape was con lly dently cut by him, and could not have trial of Victor Pecker though cautious maiden. I'UII.ltl.KT UICHARUS JOSH ADAMS tho Mares bred en the 'I elephone to all points dam MITTIK i it, b) HiimbliHonian 10 (sire of MlKINKKY. 1 hi'iiii on ins Head wlien it wns ilnun sir tinned till next tern, and that of Thomas rmket 14, bv I'rmvcpa, dunevu share, a specialty. Maros racd at 50c per utvk, d ins ot IRW, the I'ioi. C. C. Monroe, of(th( Un1, WS I0, M.llolnitwle jIr Wren for killing his father, "IteaverUul Aryii'TTKii. but at owner's , ,uu h I'riticein--. iol( bs I'rin- - cash. (Joud care taken of "jos. 11AI.I.DU. jii AMCl. it tKEK risk. Maros r.ns Princeton t)L. by I'rinceu., Kurl'j iM. other stock, bred to my utock and then bred to . tlm Colored State Normal School at jj,,.HH.i itow,ir8i flltllor Mf lhe lnty IIS Ikiker, was llxed for the Itli day, April the ninne) due Maros bred ana by I'rinceps. a dam Jlollie dam of Klfic Dean 1 l$H. Lottie 1 S) tuirted with lurfeit the in suraucu. Frankfort, was honorably acputted o WUH t n.urry, . lown fioin Jlrodhead S. Several of the other U cases of the ! I have a oo.l tr.uk and have sccunnl the scrvf- ire by Imk Island Illack Hawk 14, record a cesof Sam Colhurn md J. P. dray, both men of tho charge of undue intimacy with one Tll(,silnv wlth n pil0l0KnlI,, 0f Myeis. day's docket were Hied nway and the ol Prince a 141$, &i . urandslre of ao with below 1 ic, and Green's llasliau with 10 evpvrieiiie, who will be pleased to haiidlo your of his pupils and he has been restored to w,(,h ;j8 mv!njMI, ,,v , ,,oto, por. rest continued. stoik for you jo pcrlormers. I will pay a Ueward nf Iift Doliaro for infiirma-lioImported registered Iterkshirc hogs for salo. ot dam of llambleto-ni.i3 d.im bv UcllfouniltT ore Ji!s duties. Heconclus.sHv proved the "it oiiwition ot all) oii.iuthi r..id person Ih,h ,,WtlVt HS Jh; naI w,o ,ml Yesterday Mit F.mbry confessed to Send for card of extended pedigree, etc, 10., established a ,msse(i 8 .,. 6 solicited. falsity of the charge and h. smith. Kllen Jones, tho tapping the till of U.imn.er and a jury Found 0ultinff Timber Qr Dam 4 dam by Seagull good moral character both by oral testi- h (,(J jmv0( MJth w,om ,o gave bun two years in the pe utent.arj . aging any Improvements . lhe charge wjg Bimli0reil ako r(.(,KnZ0S the ,)it.. Mit will be welcomed at thu institution moiiy and by athdavit. , HARRY A. EVANs, iveiy, $eed and Sale Siable On the following property seems to have been originated by an ex-- t(n( nn, paVH ,t JH A,vera sm, fclow by an uncle, who was sent up several! . . ... , , , , vears into for uxorcide for Hie. narry IIIC lilllll. rt, ...fc.....M..w... ... - P...!.'. , ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, , convict, who had a spite against bun. l..i.M. ... .IUII M , , iiaswi neirs-IH" ,,liui iiison , wcorije nau-Ke Altortl .. llrillk. WHS S SIANrORI), KY Young, vifits. He told her that he was going (Jeer for glVlllg ouiigs 11 acre place, W.Ter- Mlis Du. CFowLKii claims tho penant Chicago. 111., and that she would see lined SM. James Graves, .1 little negro, .;.j Hutchison's 4oac.fann. for being the most successful handler of to and Surveying in . Freeman ifnd K F. llirren's timber tr.uts on IlucW Engineering She has a tit 110 more soon. Marshal Isowl.ind is charired with Stealing n watch from chickens in this section. John John all branches. ,r..:il, .1 ... nni, a Creek, m.tci, acres. lurnhiill's, Was let Jiuc,a'nan, JO, M.J. Harris1 oncrV., 11. (lock of GO line hens, of a game anddomi- - onto the business and says if tho young A. ,Hamilton, powers', too .acres John Anderson s, 14 acres, during the lady's family wants him brought back, ln "" acres, Freeman's, oo acres, Wash Harris" 5a; ... neck mixture, fiom which are Was Robinson Mill tract, I. 'lobln's farm, Hryant do is to pay him for the VCar or tWO ago Charles P. ",. year just closed sho sold f,l'.M eggs, net- all they have to Kidd'sfarni, Jx'l Petrey'a farm. A. (lunch's larn, W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. will be forthcoming. indicted by Bill Kirkpatnck. tor snooting w Coiink. f.in, on (ifide Ridge, tooacmsjienolfer my Hotei Property situated at Kingiville, ting her $o7.70. Sho also sold u large trouble and Myers aoo acres, Henry .Miller LiiKoln county, Ky , at a bargain if sold at once, 44a acros. LONDON', KY , At any rate lie established to their satis- .11 linn from lllllblish. Ho always denied ry Miller'sllureh's, 13a acres, I). 11. hdmitton's containing 10 good rwrai; all necesary outbuild- Stephen number of young chickens, which Good turnouts and saddle horses always lor hire a cnin.iiil o oucn whiskv t. tract, strode Houe, Cottaze near depot faction that he hadn't been murdered in the', churge and has answered regularly Orchard, Hotel, Cottage BiidStorehoiise at at Crab haVbetH voted back innlj. h icounty: since will ex- on reasonable terms. London is the most conven or the Otten- brought her nearly that amount besides to reach W MiCAKI.Ky. lent point on the railroad of the State,places 10in the for which they agreed to pay each time the ease was called, l ester- change. Addrtf j. oitkxhkimkk, using a great many of bolh eggs and Stanford, Klngsville, in the mountain sr'tion Agent for Owners. ,07 tf appearing the case loa.cm day no prosecutor him iJoO. chickens for her able. Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal l.ANnitKTii'a Gakihijj Swuw, fruah, II Mcl.nberls nt ' i A toil shoes 1 i j DRUC and JEWELRY )ili!r 'WATCH, H AMFilBest i walton, uus, Van-dorpoo- l. U'mnnil - -,. V tl So-de- n lends-pliore- ," Wana-maker- 'e vm-- ex-ami- j piwt-ofll- i Uiif-letna- u .l t. quallHctt-aftornoo- n, A-- W. B. MoBOBBRTS, Court-Hoii- ADVKUTI-E3IKN- TS I "' L. CHOr v ttfta-ltP- Caih-bnth- A-- k j A,AaWAEHBN! XorlZicrn Seed Irish Potatoes, Red Peas and lSeans in hulk. - j ,i.. W1 For Garden Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks Onion Mc-ltober- o ' JJrl I "-- BHIGAITZA. o i I liar-rotlatMi- 'xTTilliam X.ylo. n v 1 t, ; 1 I - Wtl-hautsa- " j warm-hearte- SEEDS -- ALL KINDS tt-l- ls WATERLOO. Dew-riptio- Irish Potatoes and Clover Seed at the Lowest Market Prices. ' I jlambl-toiiia- n; ' lh-"- Wati-rlo- i ?-- MARK KAHDI3NT. e Maple Shade Stock Farm. Faulconor, Boyle County, Kexituoky. llnilllirillO ig'-S- , STAR WILKES. IV" w.-.- petit-juro- i'.-qjf- 1 I r,i 1 1 111 ; 2 u, j - 1 s - birt-o- f & 1 7 i '" I j - -- "; j 'l hand-me- Podiiie r 1 - j to Insure Uvinjj Colt. ... Ifu I Pax-oiii- 11 11 i n POSTED. aj Ilavelolt: 1 v love-sic- k , i jw,, , J,-- ! 1 I ttiR-k- , 1 I , 1 j : S5 0 REWARD rec-nri- U 1 n II...1.I-1...- V A u , 1 ap-- NV. 111 For Sale or ExcliaiiC. 1 1 . - ' I , . v Semi-Weekly 'Irs. hllon Shoop has Roue to r.uey-snlmule jack for, A splendid l"'io, ,0 sw ,icr mother, who is said has-added new buggies, wagons and horses to J. W. Poweil. Hustonville. my livery Itusinaaa, making mv stable second to Will he permitted bi rve a few approved mates S. J. Embry sold to Bill Burke, of to be very low with consumption. none m this section. First claw turnouts on iiprt aim) none one mile irum Mnnt.-- , n me mi. I ihiled Kr. ord Hansom Padgett inni ned Alisslanny notice and feeding b) the day, week or months tontille pike at Boyle, n yearling bv Concregan for &.HX). pnl ...4 spes.in.ly. O. J. THURMOND. Capital to Build Houses to Rent. Nun- - fcJiioop Inst fall nin! it is sniil they flitl not l! liAKdl.D. J. W. Wallace sold to A. T. ireot Maud S., re. ord J , " am Junctlen City. Ky $10 to Insure a Living Colt. and sr mote in the . jo list. j "long very agreeably together, ho his 't A permanent investment for a few years, with nelley an Aklerney cow ami calf for S0. I t dam nlaro.dam of id h.l,,lh,L It Jn l).1.... tl.m I. Lk.la 34tji ample snunty. Inquire at this office J. II. Warner, of .Missouri, is heiei wife while in a fret took the train for lly lrLMM,uof al. ir Nuisw,', high, ba Willi t'ne hind utal while. J rears old and j j Hansom Vouag IVrtia. dam is bath a naluialauil pleasant saddle horse. with a lot of mares ami has disposed of a lhicyius, O., her former home. He was lred bv the oreinlsan saddle italHot). , i, ir hi RtsurKirr Dam of 'ltair W. CRESS, shed teais thiek and fast, but they uwiil- number at $100 to SliiO. Siiser King, bo by On Time, lw bv tonsvalI I'am i'f Portiun ? , n I desire o ell ,Minntuta ; "i larm cf aliout pi rr situImcLmiii was lver King's dam, Molbe .'to Dam ot llyaieii. s.ar .d reiunl 1 1;. ' nothing. Kox bought in (Janard a pair J. ated ahrul i, mill north of Stanliird on the oitedhy Catitell's Lesininn, id dam by l osiag Dam of Child II irvlu. t AGENT, of agedC. itlilr rei ird in Rush Drain h pie, opposite the Jil church There Ameriia, lis 'Honest Dii k" Warren and Judge are Taslur'n Messenser mules forSoOO, 1 mule land j.about n re in and balance Silver Priti dam was Skedadtll, Breckinridge have both been requested to of the f..nniimil ci in hi it tii rxe; thedwelling h)Ohser,he eh; first g. tier, 1stb) dam Meitec, he tratiddam i.f Conru.iiit- .irmft toniii.iti iiood for SIO.'.'K) and 2 marea at Inn Ky., sd Barbourville, , i.iand d.tm 01 ut',1 of four room nnl k'tiltrn and a pletidid new d.im 1'iump.lw, io Vim Aratus Hi crond dua MAMIIRI.NO Cll'l.r 1Bud Kmbry is very proud of a line so amend the act requiring railroad barn, is uell vslrre.i ami foucd l.isselnn all irr , i adv 1 h Has for sale wnieol the choii e property in the as bs Red Lien. lecorit iiH, , to j ost bulletins of delayed pas- bejiiseniminiiitiatily. For particulars, mu J H Correspondence filly eolt just droppetl by his St. Martin booming city of Ilaruourville. Mare kept per menth. N responibility U.11 Icy, Stinffird, f r v. rite the undersigned lit fur a c idnits nr escape solicited. j Dan Portia, hs Koi III k K WIlliKRh. mare and by Concregan. lie kivs it will senger tiainsiit telcgiaph otlices, as to Cinciniati, 11,1m lnuibs IllfP till setH 1111W17 k . A lien r.'ttimedon all r4t I he abuse ieiuiie saitl companies to notify agents ei.ii 1. m in rr f id i'" ', paid take $o00 to buy it. KI.IJAII IIFAI I.V. I wcevpeit Mm logon idtr Cu pall Suiilrd, Kv tir.--t passing stations by old stallion at Joe Kmbry's three-yea- r will saaksi llse mmi m, the latin w AOO . S Co.. (ler Creels, Ky.. I .ni c tr require to post train and KichiHjad oa the au. as4ef turnpike, L,ots by Messenger Breeze, was sold bv hi this reporttosame as Mich agent at teleDILI IONS SWITCH, KV operators! agent, Mack Hugh'!., of Danville, to an Hester In In the corporate limit j of Rowland, graph stations. This would be a great t Ai Illinois party forSloO. II J. DARST,Rowland. fd J. A. Korex, Jr., of Newport. Tenn., convenience to the traveling public and Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps . oming two year .Id-Hi oldeat coll. an Standatd, No iiu W ill graze saarc. at u. and s ani per purchased the bred stallion, very little trouble to the ruiho.td comHoots, Shoes, Clothing. II itdware, Queens-startaki ail posstkh-- ars, but are not rr .' I tn are, Furniture and a lliissuuna maiKt.r tllinn it an inbred 1. old uisiocni or vs panies and woultl not delay trains any. BLUE-GRES- S KURSERIES Urignoli, from Crit Knbankt. for $l'"0 and dust f'nali-April, is- - I 10 hand, 1 I!' KNAM ,v in Ji" Neither of the gentlemen have introduc- Ccnoral Line Groceries, opeeds and iintxcclled in st)le, hav. full rini.li and action, a horse from J. X. Menefee for JKH). A Full Stock et disposition Fincy Cuijies, Cross 'lies, &c. ed bills for this purpose ami we suppose I ull brother to I stelle trial ) has Corinne, All kind Produce taken in exchange for goods. Fruit and Ornamental Trees, farmMrs. John McMurtry from sold her wont. old trial 1 .i and Muntrse. i'ic and III .MDI M l of :7 acres, one mile Le.ing prviniutii.tilt v 'it. S.red b) Ziliaa.li .oldcfu.t Fn.tort'ie, Liviii,'st.n. K Grape Vines, small Fruit, Asparagus, Shrubs and r lion (h) t.olddi.at ersuutit Morgan c employ no agent 0 everything for the Orchard ton, on the Hairodsburg pike, for relateni toMBdh aisd Johntun a oo, but rll direct at low prices to the planter. A genBucklcn's Arnica Snlvc to a syndicate, which is preparing to iIm'i sla'li.m the ntai s eral nursery and Mrawberry catalogue sent on apROAD SURVEYOR!!. lion toanvrotit'llpubit, a lavt as J tt. rr.iofold ul. in I he belt sals e In , the world lor sin plication, both replete with practical information. boom the bruise, Cir Capital. elte. dam ol Rosalind ilLts the mate of II F. HII.Lr.NMKVER, sore, ill. ers, salt rliiiim. fver sores,iui. chaptetter, 1051m . LINl iI.N COt N I CtU R I OF I.K the Wilkes family, records ill,' Whirlwind t 14, Will in. ke ihe sa.m ot Lexington. Kv. - ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin vrup .1.1 at Ir. C. Fowler sold to C. C. VanArs- lions Fanti) Ooldduki 1 jjs, l'.iell , from .slilledgesilU, linc.ln..,, Matih Trm. iS anil K.itii'l) cures piles, or no Dam Florence data of FatWIe dale, of the Hustonville Roller Mills, .VK) ed. It is iriMrantecd to Kiso petlett pay tciuir , iss. bvlmldn St iNl.si1 Jiid Millrdfctpiki, Prese it. lh nia l Varnon, with the following Mingo Chief, mm of atilctim (iatr. Cuaet M rgau & WATTS, bushels of wheat at "0 cents per bu&hol or money A rctunded. l'rice j ceni. per lax. nantexlji.sticiotth peace T" t)ir sno of the an.1 H il.rnwrs have a .Ir.mg - $20 to Insure a Marc in Foal, jle hy R Penny, Stanford, K r l.)nn. Ocorgc W Carson, For Johnt Seal, J UMonoi t.,4(l(liist Mutaaa Nosnl delivered. He bought of Warner, of Geo. W oiiHg L. K. Wells. J A. Chappell, ROWLAND, KY., D.4se (ioikdust will make tl.e Or tit bi the senxa, J on IJHs, llugn harneaiii aodjahti llolley Missouri, a rockaway mare for$l 10. His place X miles fiom Stanford on Hustonville Merit Wins Scjulre I. hap pell On mmioi- ni Is ordered that pike at attached to their Family Grocer) a fir.t i lass Have Mones due wIsth ns.re is parted Wc deirc to ay tuour cmiin. ihai fur e.rs lb several overseers of count) rind in Lincoln I'. U. anil J. F. Gover bought of Dr. Restaurant, which wi'lbe supplied with ssr tost at rHcarable prices gtsitoeanyarosUm hosilslanr wrurN il . seunt) make iMth to the ju.ioe of the claims Dusuvt-r- ) Fresh Fruits J. K. VauArsdale 70 acres of his farm we have been sWIInt; Dr King Ni usually kept in that busine We $20 to Insure a Living Colt. of all w ork doue under their supervlslos which And Candies of all kinds constantly on hand All for coi!Mimption,Dr Kins:' New in Pills, (It IMge s a beautiful ishI ssiri.4, (1a -- .ay he imyaide out of ihc counts kiv. and that kinds of Countrj Produce fikei in ex. hangefor situated on the Milledgeville pike, near and tail c hand. h h,(h ; was f Arnica hal e and Kl.tnc llitur.. ind ii.ise the claimant also mRi oain 10 said emim, ansl the Mare It pi Pergonal a ten reavniiaSli term 11 L CVRRIF.R. Clerk goods. lopjm ". i", anJu t vre saddle for Mille.lgevilk, at $45 and rented there- - noser handled remedies that rll a weii. r that cleri. of this court is authortred to fnruisn an at ttvn i.irn '.at not rer vibleior incident Fdfe wa lio a rd U.i mmamm a. . W donol tested copy of this order tc ihn Inif.iioh J.h k htsvgtsiMi such univvrsal satisfaction Id r iiiaiutler, some SO acres, at So per acre. i.Rr.in. villattitd tossk the KuS. pienuuni hesitate to cuar.intcc them eerv time, and v.c ssufiir publication; and lie is further ordered to Mud HantilH- .n.i ... Ii s imvh ling a Hair, furnish printed blanks to all ..veneers in said stand reajy to reluud the purchase price if The following horse sales have takturc IIsom: whi. viai.tio rred 10 a gw.l 4 results do 'not follow their ne Those cr mty lor making out claim vtslliott arc cwr Jtalli m.iicsl to look at ouGF.r II COOPF.R. en place at Hruce's Mable: Warner, of oernedtes has e on their great twpulare.j purel) isiopt, Alt. and e him move. I lerk Linruin Cmmts L'urt an their merit. A R. IVnns drufunl He was tired hv tterond leael, ktlxdm . Missouri, sold to Cieorge Vauuhan one .,v jM Wa.lingtnn hasn't Jewel, biood mare forSHto; 1 to Herrington, of Hi hrsi dam Vlienir. I,s VI. ISunald . Its! Record A Safe Investment. ft tf data hv VSell I ruvadrr hes ! nam 1., ... Newport Ncs& Mississippi Valley Co "F.. D .' M'ltlison, for 5140, and a harness gelding I one which is ginranteed 10 brtnirsoii Standard wall J si ecu, he Ua.hinsum lleni.i.ik IHncs Isenaiarl.. hi. hrvt to Thomas Metcalf for fli','). William 6 l ru.aiicr P. B. RILEY, Proprietor, itsult. or ense cf failure, a return of llrmvn Unite, 10 Imi4. foadest Mas, t3; Solid Ycstibuled Trains to OWWhip, 4.1 tl a s Kosky Xloimtan. ... Greeversold to Hume A- Ittin n a sonel purchase prue On this safe plan ou can buy London, - - - Kentucky. MUM-O- S SIRKI) HV K1KXZI. SVN'lilDlIK . M. Dr Ring's from our adserti.ed t'ruggist a boitlcof Vlillrde.ill. Kv Philadelphia mare for$12o. ' " (Full arfsther in Kisc Xn 1 New Discos ery fur Consumption. It i guaran t dans ky Almntit FnrttM t ytt Baltimore, New York, Alnsont Farmers are divided in opinion as to teed to bring relief in es cry case ubcu used for I have mnseil to my new Holelsnd am better All points East and Southeast. the condition of wheat in thi county. It any affection of the tb ront, lungs or chcit, such as prep ired than ever to acconsniodHte the public 3 dans by Carrarsi Chiel, site of K.il Duke t ili( ('sod on veins ce d Only one night out trom Lexington, crv attached was very rank in growth ami .ome think consumption, mill m.nation of the luu, hrunchi-tis- , oired. Lis e me a call. and esr I lis dam hs C.nrs F.agle ttssMr'a aire 01 ed utan of asthma, whooping cough, croup, etc., etc It Corrected Time Card in Effect Ian. u, 1S70. FRANK RILKV. 7; that just enough whs killed by the cold i pleasant and agroetblo to the (.lai d.r.l Kuis i Lady llavls a imte. perfect!) of d ra oi ttastl Duke 4 das by Cepperb)IMMB,if Daily. traslMaili Accou. weather to make u good crop, while oth- safe and can always be depended upon. Trial 111.. l.il, i hand. high. i..led Daily STATIONS. Daily Vet. lr A iiilti.mnh, ' ran,e loimi), N'e. Express. Ex Sun.Ex. Sun ers think that the freeze has damaged it bottles free at A. K. Penny's diug store PKXCF.i a hotvrcai twl Ml Sued b) c aslelar ioAj haviug MT. VERNON, KY. nsjde a record of a 16 third hear i sears tsMancl Lvc Stanford. . tdaia Wo.'.uru Maid tiy Wohurn ta jt n n 3 17 am'ti 31 n'11 to the extent of decreasing the yield vt ry It may have been noticed that the 6 10 pin tl 40 am s jo pm materinll v. overasers hiw track. Thh i n mark c4 bis " Lexington. Ihc dam of I ars cr , Georgetown Times. speed, a nr h is shew n trtnis to 1 ' isl aitarten Hutel'is still maintain a M.mbriho hure This old and d dam Winchester 7 00 pm 45 pm 6 40 pm widow of Jellerson Davis, sime his ... osn ny iaasirin. ' K. U. Junction. Winchester court. About 1?50 cattle ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spe- in ii seconds, which is rate ( m . Very bunds .sicmhtci some and blood like, andafur .en in a limited h" Mt. Sterling taMelar, hs nluntref. is. Mre nl 1$ pm 7 40 pm 7 3 Pm on the market witn the following sales death, signs -r name "V. Jetreon Da- cial attention to the traveling public 8 g pm a 43 pm 9 28 pm number of mires will be woikod lor last rererd tea a ui,, el. ; i.t dam Mm Nwdine Is II Morehead I NFWCOMII. Prop., Al. Olive Hill wiin ine kishmi 01 ll.llURHI nusn, AiansHrifsn mo..J art Palter s Clay; st eksas Well J 33 P" good feeders hi ought J4.J0 vis." Many p.r.soi doubtless suppose M,, made: 24 Ashland um 5 3 P'" 10 , vd atAdni, , Mt Vernon. Ky. Chief Pikil,.1Jr .and Mwin lorre.t, aud as grat tlamuf ArtilUnr j iS, Si tl l Sh In.llk ..lit .... niumywj .. L I. nc - ni " Catlettsburg. ... 10 30 pm i 30 tint a groai ArntrR in Star, l. j.l ,'iu y llcrliand 43 pei cwt. 12 fair feeders, 1,000 pounds, she has added the name of Jellerson to mmmmmm iwa ntnsr " Huntington sto k horse. Willmske the.uaWahum n i bs HankMsMsitn, i. her Christian name Vaiina. But this is it 07 pm 6 23 pm itxsat tho ,', $:5o.C0 pur head; 12 do $:'.o per head; 10 Lvc.Huntiligtoii.. ' , milt. tshle ol Pence A Fain- - st their .. 13 30 am lnLoo.).h) letegrapl. ssi i and o V. is dam . I .ess. I'uolc) rs Iridar Arr Charleston i i.m liht feeders, !K0 pounds, S.tt.lO; lli jcar not the properof explanation. French the STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. West of Stanford, Ky , at Clifton rorgi. 7 33 am! Ld lUrlww iU stand at my foi veuve, the . t '11 43 am lings, 800 pounds, $24.03. Good demand abbreviation Lynchburg All persons wishing a pleasant life and well $30 to Insure a Mare in Ihe Oak Foal. from Stinford on near new White Mill a d ui D " Charlottesville ,. .10 50 am widow, and it is the custom in Louisiana pteaedsvifc let them use Patent Flour made at Riser rirapikc Dulderar' fir best feeders but few oll'ered. All Washington.- a 35 pm Stanford Roller Mills Call for at your groMare, kept and perhaps in other parts of the South, cery, and if they have not got itIt on hand, urge at Mare parted withforitit in. un " Baltimore... - 3 iJ Pm ollerings sold at fair prices. Sun. rate-- , but no repoa.. m fort. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt " Philadelphi; a 6 15 Din It. for widows to place the letter before the them to keepMill or get an order from athem and cape or accidents W. L. Caldwell & Son, of this counget at the " Mew York an J will guarantee plcasaol 9 ao pm I will aUogisr a $10 Richmond, Va.... 3 40 pm family n premium fur the bt t ty, have recently made the following Christian name of their eeccascd hus and interesting W X POTTS. Superintendent colt and J;. v tor ilse Sest horse coll of i .) OldPolntComCcrt 9S t KTTTC BT7CKD1EXT low', grttobc shown in Stanford the first Mm ay bands. V. Jetleison Davis simply means ' Norfolk sales of jack stock: To Charles L. Ilusch, In Oito-- rr . is,i. Also sny young jack. W ill be per. ultnl to jack for SilTtO. to the widow of Jellerson Davis. Trains leaving Lcington at 11:40 am and 5.30 of Missouri, a 2 year-olterse isitr mtrrs at daily, except Sunday crnnect at WincheP n JOE Wm. Harmau, Indiana, a jack ster for Richmond. Ky and points en the K C. R A Child Klllod. $10 to Insure a Living: Colt. will ver.e a few EMBrtEE, for $700; to J. Glascock, Williamstowu, a Another child killed by the use of opiate, gisen mare, at W tc inn te a . Au election fur sis director of the Danville A. Limited Vestibule V.. fron NwVirk,Phil.ir'el y w,,Mh,V ,,,Ie iHC It J't' ! a res' .ia. k, yrarsnld ll.c iill ' " phia, Washington id all point- E.sl, arrives at jack same age, i7.. Boyle G. Boyle is in the form of soothing syrup. Why mothers gisc Cral. Orchard Turnptke will be held at the Firt ' K,.nV "."if V V fi"r Levington at 4.47 p m dailj Manfrrd tl 57 p m. their children such deadly polon is surprising National Hank, Stanford, on the fint Saturday in t.m a.d b a natural 1" ad.lle hor- ' "', r " la.l October. HeIlreil bs. hands high and .f prn Vm"V Prttun Fovbrss. tl and niKii. i. i do, .hie .r.sof J.m I rti when they can rel eve the child of it peculiar Aprll.iso Fat mail from VW,chmond, Va., and all points in mourning over the death of his e is ) ilscr King, the great iremiujri norse. coin nuntT.auiM It Va, anil all local .falinnsar-riv- red J S IIOSL L. , Pre.idcnt. 4 at, Huntington, A lien Irish Fetter bitch "Dixey Queen" trouble by i:ing Dr. Acker's la by Nooincr R. 1st dam)) Imp lluckden Denny s puid retained i. n iv sit ill, t itsr c.Mig 'a.- Lexington at 11.40 uoo.i daily except contains no opium or morphine sold hy A M.cv due ..lie. the i.li tnni. ... .. irreuiKvn. .'il mm uv limine film .re was by the 310,000 dog. Dick Swiveler, No. Penny. Stanford it j p m pane' with I M. M'nON MlM . great hi.sv hure in hi. .'a. as .j Muet II. S. O. DAVIS, Accommodation 'rom Olur'IiM arilintermrdiate 8410, yut of ' Kmery's Whip l " Staji'.. .1 K I ruk, thcr Lone StnrQueen No. SUi7. atidout ct a sr Io Life Worth Living? nml points on the K. C. points, Richmond, '.l Ry. arrises at l.txington 8 10, am, daily, ex- Advocate. d)peptic. PHYSICIAN Not if )0U jfo through the world, AND SURGEON, ouhbrt I'KM A i M'RI. t.nf rd cept Sunday. Stm.f .rd 30 p m. Dr. Acker's iblels He sure tickets rad read siaN, X ,V M. V The entries to the leading events of for the uorstDyspepsia dOsncuvia. are a positnc mre forms of indicestion. rlit 2702.', li. v. i Co., K. D. ! and con.upatK u. Ouaraotcvd and snjd bs For time .ard ilets, nd full mformaii m, the next meeting of the Louisville Jock- uleucy Pemi). A. K Ofhce rest door f Whitehead's Drug Store write or call on ey Club are published in the CouiierSpecial atte iti.m titn d. eases ot children (. . IHRNKI, Iiil.it Agent CBX't Sloop Night Jnurnal ami show 11. in the Derby, makS A. IIROMIM U' .Trav Pass !. '''.li . UUek poinU. nv,i.aud t. . tl Is the complaint afthoussnds sufTering frotii ... ,. iro; I. Mt'RPIIV. Gch-Rt ing it the largest ever known in the his'., ft,i ,irr Ni ma, consumption, coughs, etc. Did jou e.er tr) V I , I.xliii.m, iCv YARRIN "ON ad Ntal , i rial J V. Dick Wilkr i J' tr tory uf the club. ?. Fl. Baughman has Dr. Acker's English Remedy ' It is the bvt u. King Priovk) inai bii.i I M v ... ,... hold on a known (or all lung trouble ..ill iiu, i ru and Ine umr t Karl of Mar, by St. Martin, entered in , base nwn tiial ..r i,ntr a'. m i positive guarnntrc at 5c and 50c by A R Perm) on ivlii.hi. rii.iul, v.,.,d,,l , the Derby; J. B. Gentry has Chin Mnsic frv a ,cevrar k ' tsllmn with Ifnii, oi i rt nun,.. lndr t Wo Can and Do by Leoiiatus, and J. W. Guc.t Doctor s u irr ol llarr , E. II. BURNSIDE, Proprietor .. rm W.li b. 4l,n elegantly bred .. .i.r. . rtiltr... , r .. i.uv W.i .t' wdl make the i Of art, Ike Nave by Prince Charlie. In Kentucky (iuartintce Dr Wker's llluod hiixir, for it has i .J4 evHi t IS.AJ a 'Maples, luo ., .. Iiom I isiiisans i. sire.,1 a vie ""JHIfH ; UAs! ROL'TK." I ).ai ..I i! ISiur been fully demonstrated to the people of tbi. mis -- UHiord Dike where tl . w II U found .old t. r In ; imi 4.t i. il j.ur ...i O.iKs there are .sii entries, including Mi. rs that tt'is superior to alt other preparations for i.lt li t thjt iai .it an) time read) to erve mare al ti.ex-i- i i Ik s..i. repmation, THE SHORTEST AMD QUICKEST ROUTE Guest's Miss Gibson, by King Ban, and blood disease.. It is a positive cure tor ) philitic No Hutt'i in Kenll. ky h is s, M, am lumtdaiar.ilaltns and li. propnetur i. determined thai wnonins, ulcers, eruptionsand pip!cs It puri'ii. From AKTIII it SIVs, y,4i t l.w bi t.enit Itrrv ..., ,.i l shall be maintained L'obeit McAIistcr Spring Dell, by Spring- ties the wnolc system and thoroughly build up the of Peart Medium Penny CENTRAL- KENTUCKY Mv tien Knos, record Sspcond daia Ki yKi.tr. 4, villi i4 in a ni i bast bok, and Susie Las.'ey, by Vocalic. In coiistituUoa A. It. ,i lUsrtie'. .U (inn Kns hv Vermont 3r.,e"r!,,t",,V Points land jo is ;i cla t'a.kiby Alev' A Duty to Yourself. Clark Stakes 100 are enteied. J. K. the He ha. reicnilv a Jt to it appointments 'rs. 141. dai.i Daughter of Arthur 8taja' in AbdaJuvh, ire r I., iuviu.i') ;ula ,,. dam l.bdy Artiur. is by HoiirLw Chief, tare ol a ii,. AlmsMit, ll'm..i t, A a conuuon, It is ui prising that people will Farris has Bee Maitin, by St. Martin, in Lad) Maud i u Mid otattr ;ooj ones and is ntifsidaia b Red lac .rt (MT of Use .. 2?nii:ir:l ordinarv ptll when they can secure a valuable Kug- owl of Lilly Arilisw, tnewsNUtkbrvd He is a aand- - rveniucey sijc. , this event; Guest has Doctor Nave ami j d ,,,, high ami ha pi vru himself ioSsss irk, ,ilr WiLc, in, F.nglixh Alto Misne lisli one for the same money Dr. Acker's iv, hands ens.. Ian,, i Gentry Chin Music. W ill stand al a tine breeder Ciissibai ,.f rrifuis j ,1 mm s ..i ire Tvsi pills area positive one for ick headache and all a i FAST LINE BETWEEN m maKiA ItmA Wtliik i.k. s... SSa.. lien cjihjo uiruiy dinuiUi Thes ..re small, iwt, eaily taken n liver trouble :.. ri.is ..wv..m . ... c." ISC ' .";: r cur s WU to Insure a Livinj Colt. autn llorwan To in omnsoela e the deriaiu'. if hi. uirtc.iMl Incendiaries burned Sl.",lHX) worth and d'j not griie. For sal by A 11 Peunv LEXI1TGT0N & CINCINNATI. II. transient Datronavc, uraoiiu furnished """" Fourthdam an e vira .t m ,, of tobacco in a warehouse at Uockport, o Comincrcia! I raseiers and others W AMXI IK, s.jC That Torrlblo Cough of Ahdallah ..nd Meei (n SClir.DLI.K l.N KH'ECT NOV. 17.1880 I ml. In the morning, lairned or ilitticult Ireathiiig. v,jlttM (,n,ti, U ,, .,,. of ' , I'et nk)dam lly Metr.4M.liun. ona . f the bred . !' ."' ' No 2. Xo. At Minerva, Mason county, Thomas raising phlegm, tightnesa in thu chet quickened No 6. . am 1 """, "fJ,,e"1T ',' f, R. B. "S. tr.; ' llaasWetoisian. R,.,k' hv Ex .Sun. SutMlound. evening or sweats at night pulse, chilliness in the .aicT.Um t lar. th. Hya. , nth m.ii.teer. fl'll" "A":L" liJVI!? '.' ' ' Iloran shoved Mrs. Kiddie oil' a seat in all or any of these tilings arc; the first atake o Dtlly l.t him. dam of Dextei n; anil Dutatuf, the sue ..f r.tuM i.aT.u, 'i " i..i, Cadai..., Dr. ckcr s hug Lough Ketne S UCCKfcvil; io Director ,,7; Phal.a air, .ud jas K)esc, J IS I'"', church, when her husband stubbed him ronsnnipiion. m, ' ... 01 p m i" Lye Cincinnati i iv! A , duy will cure thc fciirful ) mpiiHHs, and old a io 7I i illi.m Wtbsh, sire ist dam I ady Welch v am 8 09 p in' 3 ' ' m in the abdomen. Covingtoi I..v .s. under a (wsiitisi guarantee by A K I'ennt and leren.i.h ,5;. l bT.iT m, 9 17 p hi 4 08 p m Lse Falmouth. .. Mi M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER , oi Pr.net) lmtMir.al Kv m dam an inbrco Uagn,t7 marea mlio This horV!on. uflfuJ. ! Mary Graves, a Fleming Drugffist. T 'i 10 p ml n p ni S P m .Arr Tan aHfsiHi,gi iKr all - ""- talis. 43 per ent o llir old hre lt)dyk's Ham- - nuaii 00 10 35 p m JM Arr LlMKUt-- n county girl, has just given biith toachild Whcti you need a mild Inxatise you should have luuiniaii vn i", ine lunnair i.i ine trot. arK 0 4S P m . 11 K i mU '5114TH AVENUE. XseFans lHSlU'e a IVI?.re in Fo.il, tinK famil) the world h.i. rvrrknoJn. eour.ing v- a medicine that will act on the User and kidnes pm which she says is her gi p Arr ini.helcr. 11 05 p m t'iroiuh hi. tenia from i diflereut diaiinels si us well as tSe bowels'. IleggV Vegetable Liver 7 3 P m ml 40 rr Kir imoiiu Mones due when Ihe fai t i. ascertained or n.s. e Rsadsk's llnml lrioni.ni, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. The old man, who is rich, will bo prose- Pills arc prepared expressly tor this purpose In limttri, MetrMdua Hit L.ncjsterjrr Stanford. - . 4 .0 p i tc, Mst on setting theia u. they have mi superior and iwiirti vvi.n, huh vt llliain tt eisil ,l , Arr cuted. KIN, uncuter I. feweiials A R. Penti), Druggist. t i$ p in .TZZZ The Nobbiest & Most Stylish iTe Ki n .oid Gov. Iiuckner says: "As soon as I t fs nt 1......... am ollicially notilied of arr Ilerea s iiii v this is g op m Ulfc the death of The Scientific American sa Stock ol Arr tiMiigton. Judge Jackson I shall order that an the way to make whitewash that will N. .s. N'o 1. X0,j: election be held within six Xersh IluiMil Standard weeks of the not rub oil': To 1 bushel best lime, Hit) imIIioh, hind ulikle hitr- foaled in 1111 ine vacancy, slaked with boiling water, add .S qiiaits ,.....7..T.7T7. 00 a in time to L.vc to nil the insired ay Aleut user llr lull brother to M, Uvc Ilerea ......... .0115 a in tervening vacancy I shall name some salt, previously dissolved in hot water, t ifitj. b'l.altd Mv i 1S7 ,, .. . a n. li Mahogoii) ba, Arr Richmond.. "4$ a in ... one." pounds ground rice Ever bruiighito the city ol Loui.villc, now open bands hiuh. beast mane .i.d I...1 . ,. .irl.ilt iV M ...a siT'" '."".' l... tr; 1 iral tfiiiu ..!. pound whiting, a in ..... i".' ,v." " ",e' 7 7ve Staiifcrd I.,,l. .natural and ,,Ieant x.'ddl, r.' .,V;Tf ,,?t Fifty-twnud fan. i. farms in four counties of boiled to a thin paste, 1 pound clear including the 7 '"ir ... i... ho e'' r.'l Ive Lancaster. .. 10 4) a a in ........ nrtiedt. laiio and when .iimllv driven li.irnes one. ui Arr Richmond.. Kansas were swept by the piairie lire, white glue dissolved and boiled. Thin lursv o inirsirs rtsrrsrnn.i 0 nnm . grica like a trotter lie is style on both Second dmn libra (Mam of Maiul Mi JTT. 10 p in 6 10 a in en Lve Richmond. . sides in the third ba.ked bv thor geriibjj by l.entb Jane most oi which lost their houses. No with hot water and boil the whole. Ap rsnUAOcUUnniJ.OICIOUn tk IiU O.HMId, oiigbbrids on bothgelienilinn. llrense, .ire of l',nrl Arr Winchester. 100 i in 7 15 a in ,V, ides, making linn er) active dniu "I Penri Medium a a. p in 7 4s a m ....... AndaKomy own importation of Kngl.sh Hat. 40 . pnghtlj in gait: Arr l'atis hamuli life whs lost, but great tju.iutities ply warm. form and flni.li a perfect lb rd dam Kitts Risers dam of Ilertie t.ir m and Caps An elegant line ol Canes and Lyon's morel He was sired i Siimpter Denmark, he Lve Lexington t 05 p m 7 00 a ml 3 45 p n of produce, such as grain in 17 by Vlexandcr'a Abdullah, sire ol l.iilii.,nitli store, hay, Croui- so p m 8 53 a 4 71 p rr X.ve l'arU.. , Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand Fine '' ':" li1""1 "" Denniark' he bj tiamf. ituiiiiii . j... rsc. p re and some A continual rouh-n- j 4 u p m 9 13 a in' 5 a is scry annoying t.. per well Denmark, In. hs the nice linrse, 1'ciiin.irk .....in L.ve Falmouth.. Fourth duii I.) Ued Jacket '.ire of the dam 01 stock were destioycd. The to- sons sitting nejr )ou Mi any kind of a gathering, Arr Cosington. ... 5 40 p m to 35 a ml 6 30 p a Keinuckt ,lm , 5i. and the second dams or SKIN SACQUES, OAPSj1 fc ,',V 10 45 a m 0 3d p m tal loss is estimated at about a quarter of besides, itlsol great uatnage to the throat and SEAL Arr Cincinnati.. 5 so p Wilkes SiSoi7S4 I. Laura Ilelle and Is exceedingly dangerous at tins season (thoroughbred) ad dam U) Vir- - 1 aK, Combat iciu olllrot.ll iaa,, a,,d its he luii;; ir Allert, sire Willuin. On theMaysville llranch, Xo 9. leaves Paris at a million dollais. f the year One. halt bottle of Rejgs' Cherry Gloves and other Furs, a specialty Orders out- ' glnina dam of sirgiiiiu. ii) iranti), tnuroiigii- - ?rk)Re.l WUfc.. I.iro f Primite Wilkc, ' 3 00, a in and Xo. 11, at 5 45. P '", arriving at Cough S)rup will iclit'vcany by brc.ll llioiiipoi. j .6, Ac) b) Comet, son of Si'er An attempt was made Friday night this reir.ed) cost, r.omorc thanordinarv coiijh, and siueot city&oiiciten, pcrir t aativfartior guaran il mi he hippthe celebrated Iaon W hipp, hI Maysville at 1035, a m, and 810, p in. No. 10 W inferior glades teed the mare man .Morgan. Dcu't fail to order a NOIIIIV HAT a: eaves Marvi!lc at s.ij in. arriving at Pans at to 10b grave in the Anchorage lunatic mat :ire- inrown 011 ine maricus to sen at enormous um uiiiii an ralra fu.t mure. siiit,ed to he f 740, a in. No 11 leaves .Maysville at I jo and profits. A R Penny, Druggist .Malallah and Mu.c,ngtr blood Arrives al Paris at 4 15, p in. These trains arr Asylum burial ground. Thiee men in a TOM Messenger llro.se. by McMet.ger Chief, sire rf daily except Sunday wagon tried to open the e grave if you or ny of your lamily should happen to e s..i of alia. ' Denmark aliute. ..,- -" I rs'o 4) leases Lexington 10 05 am; arrives Paris -I. r of a lunatic, but were driven away by frightfully burned or .caldctl, w hat have )OU 'cninark. hi bv the race hor frf 3 it it aw; except Sunday J 10 pm, arris (eil'aimoutn Si.. pain until you can get a dam Mori.-- : .il dam bs Moni""iicr . the house to alleviate the b .... -- I. German i.iu p.s nun jiuciiiiiiHin WUO WCte ariHL'U nhysiciun ? A box ofw JlogK'save u Salve at i,.ialal. Mes.etiEei c. MH....,. pm: except Sunday tiu irri'iin.iii. sum is a nne naicu h.ir.e 71c hand a orld ut sit' tpnes like this Lliier, sue t .".:"? bin k with heuvv mane und . tail. is'.- Iiaml luirh ' . M .1? No. 7 loaves Faliaoiith t 0.1 am; arrises Cincin- - with bhotgUIH. One of the men. II lie- - fering and oftentimes anuld . .. doctor bill, ns it is in !'" MlVa'CUkSil . IU'jI. ar.t Snn.tm am1 ...ti irai uani jvume o sentilii'l a ). ire of r ;T1 'rSIV l Ml i r, of this kind, as well as iiirl.nimation t'liual in cases No t runs daily between Lesing. gro, WHS caught aild released. Train Note R Penny, Druggist. of all kinds "' ' of ,V. at OSe! w,l make the rim. dully between eon and CJncliin.lL No The Warren county grand-jurinmv urui in levfn.iii Hustonville. near ( itrpen I ,i.B, ,,,,'ui Cincinnati aim i.eiingioii ter . snd will be ,.crm,..ed ts. serve mar.-- . a iiad o make connectioas at Winclicstei dicted the Courier-Journ-- THE LIQUOR HAD hs'Alesander'a Xot. la ah Tj lor publish, DRUNKENNESS 3 .s the in.ura.ue. N A Re.l'ju, let. by CometAllonifsl,,,? XZ'Tr orpfit'Uu the N-- TrainsMof Vthiltyline now arrive ing the Louisiana Lottery ad iil'l.. IT-- In all tho World there Ib but ono IMPORTANT MSncV, fruiii the Central Union Passenger cure, Dr. Haines' Goltlon SpoclHc. at ani depart Tom but the Superior Court holds that a perA. WS' Wallace ''" J' . " o' Hie .lam. of Mad Station Cincinnati, making connections for all or coffee without It can begittn in a upol .e jsoliiU North, Ka.t and Vet son who advertises a lottery scheme con- -' the knowledge of the person tea Itte.bee a itc effecting a " other horsein. Maud M.ss,.nger s. a.,81-- ' L bhn..n....... taking it, and baggage checked to any Through tickets to HUSTONVILLE, KY. whether the patient DENMARK LEXELI '1 ..... . . ducted in another State, or the sale of speedy and permanent cure, an alcoholic wreck. VCtinAIIOU IDHl'lC other hor.e has to a a 1614 trotter i(ortha an, is a moderate drmxer or a,cm of the Co. For full particulars aadro. Kiiiilred in have cured who Are to Son f Wallace Decmark, a MORSE. SF. III Pass g rAKl., tickets in such a lotteiy, is not guilty of Tnousands of drunkards Specific beun iiietr coffeo thingstill the the business and ready havedo a any lino sie aad of royal blood, will handsome colt, of place ut will in.ikc Hi.. season of iSyo at mv H .11. BACON.Faj , g Undertaking line. We in have taken the Golden be used p'ritaitlv. full r At.t , Oen Traveling a violation of the gcncuil statutes, un- without their knowledge, and Ixlicve they stock of Caes and Caskets of all kinds and Kobei Stock coininitted to my care and breeding will Lexington, ry. c.iucinuau, u. of their own frrvwili. No harm Our less by the advertisement he indicates quit drinking from us administration. Cures guar- of every description on hearse, winch is nearly receive my personal attention Grass furnished $15 to Insure a Mare in Foal, L. MUNSON, Trav Pass. Agt.. Cincinnati. if. at reasonable rates to be paid lor before removal of nw can be obtained result, W. short notice Mr J. JI.K. JfUSTINOTOX. General Manager. where the tickets may bo obtained iu anteed. Send for circular and full particular, Ad. Green has chanre of cur business and will .line .tuck. No responsibility fur accidents r escarc Money due wlun the fact it ascertained or """ dress in coitri'lenee liomiM ,S metric Co., i8j rir good to an) one needing an thing ei our Putting with stock forfeit, insurance and makes par.. .1 with C.F.NKKAL uKf JLfca: ciIAS D Itace street. Cincinnati, u. liur J SI UKLr. CARPENI ER Chamber of Comir.trcc Iluilding, Cincinnati, O. this State. e.tf t oil due e. . Interior Journal FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. WAYNESBURG. Xtivory Stable. SILVER PRIBTGE l!km iSi Wanted. rS I n "TAZOQ," 11799. 1 ir-- P-- Farm For Sale. .11 v V - V R. HEAL ESTATE p- - ., 1 4 1 - SIL'-'i- . torn-pani- cs -- 11 111 1 4 For Sale non-teIc!rap- h Twenty Btiildiiijr j". :e. HTiLTOisr e, . V .1 1 1 nun-A- 1 Dorsey 111 Golddust; S.6 1 Insure. . j r II of 1 i, ps-e-d I $"",-00- M-- ', TO 1 Blue-Gras- s !, 1 r.C - I i Cloa-e- V ftt GILT EDOE! 1 -. CARRIER - 11 pre-cnt- - 11 etcry-thin- g -- I ltnck-leii'- s . 1 - m 1 ,1 'it 1 1 . .weep-iak- .11 . Old Ej. Route ! . TEE RILEY 'HOUSE, PE1TCE. Ibre.-.Yiur-O- . - 1. e r-- Dm-nai- , 1 K 11 - 111 ji 111 Washington, 1 ji. Ed Barlow, 2375. k .11 k i NEWCOMB m HOTEL. sr. r ( $ 1 v 1 j 1 . I ,- L. - . . i 1 . 1 I . . 11 1 I d Turnpike Election. gr--ni - highly-b- ; !5 ' - 1 es I .Sun-Ja- y. I 1 11 , 1 -- v. I I i I 1 1 itr. v-ici- . , t- - Arthur Sims, 3041, Wyandotte, BREEZE i WILKES i I I j : -- ;;-t- f. I n Kentucky Ceatraie.R. THE MYERS HOUSE 5526, "'i it, . .. ( la-- , .1 , , I I cr-- SJ- -.I 1 a- - . i I - i u . i I ' 1 1 "'" ,. " -. u-- e Pool ami j tr:r4..ric- (... c.nui.' 1 Parlors I ! i Vk..-'..- 11 "".. i I , 1. , 4 GEOGEGHAN. I , . ' , -h 'J",".' " ' JIT . - , ,r7mxH,,..n.uJl.ltlt. ami-father'- s. , V i . n- - , I I 1 t. V . trtrr tOL a nr .ciV 11 world-renown- ed H(, I V J.o, .ct S3 :a.I(MJIDMf!il)D vs . ' 9 Wallace Denmark; , v J 111 . MesM-ngr- r I 1 'J- - 111 o Pe "'7"J" "r n.-rr- high-ta- il 111 . 111 - 'Wrri . 1 11 - 1 1 KOlilNSOX, . new-mad- 11 ! 111 rav(-Uicinna- ti 1 I . IWli' ! 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