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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890040401 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. Climbing CRAB ORCHARD. Higher and Higher. Towns En Route. "1'nele" tieoige l'arrisli, whose eye- " Mur. 2"i, '!(. C j,ijjht wM Mfriotisly iih ircd during the mn wur, litis t last Ikmmi iitlowvtl u pension, Ubwi Intkuioii-- 1 inn spending da or ho heteon my mi t" Ifcinniiiir, j -- Mr.,1. II, Hilton has removed his Ipiic.if1i--- , ::0 miles eiwt, on the Southern fatnil.v tct lCrolli.l and Mr. .Mat and llnl, j,,,,, rt.tl,,i u,,. pU,pL.rty vacated by had gained some li- -h improved a littlo In health. I ootioluded lillu Mies Maty V. (,'aipenter, o( Huston-t- o that I'.ixadeiui isn't hltzli tunl dry enough boingonly about ilk. whose skill as an aitist is apparent give tin' outiio relief, MX) foot above sea level, with oooasionul to all who have seen the splendid paint-- ' heavy dew, while Untitling is ing.s on exhibition nt J. It. Ibdley's, lias1 fosa and . ...... I "... . .1 .r !... fVtl...- I II... .hid. ii. II 'I'.. ..!... tiw uv M... I u. iuimji miv v iii rii .!,. H Il'l'l IlltU oil i ill' t i'i ;r en-- ' ive her daughter, MIn Maggie, a spec- nulo deseit. and is said to be almost tip'ly true from any dampness whatexer. ial course in art af her country home. Aftei everybody had pone to bed in San Uornardinn is perhaps the fouttli in Southern l.'iilifoiiiia. town Sunday night Putin ranting, roartown in i." claiming d.bw inhabitants. It is Hituated ing, rollicking blades amused themselves near the mountains of the same inline, at hiking oil' gates, unhinging cellar and is immediately on the Nuita I'etoad doors and doing other wanton tiicks to mid milv two miles from tlie Southern the auiioyauce and trouble of a number P1..I1,. ll is connected bv of citi.ens. It muv have been (nn for ;' ' ,' Southern and a dummy the bovs as n sort of Aptil fool caper, but the California li- the old duUers didn't relish it a bit and line. lSiiolnohs is dull, ..exrept in the ....... .. ,....i. I" 1...1 : i ....: :..,....! ...i. .iui-irailM, Wlinil nir m'I'iiii); uivir rum jiii'Hi'ii hi (ji'i iitior IT .saloons in the ;i clue at the mischief doers, There are no let than Dr. John b. Coojier retumud from limits of the town, and, of course, agiesit ilrtnkinv; is done. The .Stewart. Louisville Sunday, tlnreby dispellintt deal of one of the laryect and Hnest hotels in the aiiprehensions of his wife and this section, is located here. It is a fiiends, who feared that the tornado had ....I ...l:.l I. ..I..!. I.iilt.lit.i. rt lll tlllmilf. ill ti1 ).ft litlit mtlinfl Ilia ..iil ulnliniiiif ' Ki.i:-iiiiimJ 1 ii ' Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. APRIL 4, 1890. LECISLATIVE DOINGS. DEATHS" DOINGS. NO. 10 ItilH tn niiMiid the ohm tern of Itow- - I'bil .Midge, lor ::0 years manager of Wm. Ham, hi'; .Josiab Davis, tJU, and A charter foi a railroad from Ford- - Hancy I'arrish, DO, died this week in ville, Oliioi'otiuly, to Cumberland Gup MadLson county, Hev. G. A. 'eek. fot 10 venrs ror- h.is ii.i tiii.i'iiii'il In tlm House of the St. Peter's Kpiscopal church, Tho House adopted a resolution ap- '"r pioprhttiiiK ."0,0O0 for the benefit of the 1'aris. died .Monday. Mi. Jennie Jliinlap Slain, wife of; tommlo siiderer, or to much thereof as ' C. iSI.iin, died at her home near Wil- may be needed. - In Kentucky the legislators yet i't liauntnwn. on the .".Oth, of consumption. per iltcni o long as tho session liit-- . It Thrni who know her speak in high! will tloio when the fanners feel it iteces-- ' piaiso ot her beautiful character and vo,, christian life. to go home for the summer work. A telegram received by Mr. Mack j Cincinnati Knquiror. Hullman, Tuesday, informed him of the Senator Dreekinridge presented and bad passed an act to reduce into one the "leath of his brother. Dr. Thomas M. acts in relation to tho city of Lancaster,' Huffman, of I'eabody, Kansas, which oo and to repeal the present chatter there-- ! curred at Kansas City, where he had -TO of. The same body passed a Houee bill, gone for medical treatment. He had . prohibitini; the sale of Iiuuors in districts oullered for years with a liver trouble ', . . . anil his lungs were aflected. J)r. Hull- :' a,u "' ,n ,arr,,m nM-- ; man was a son of Dr. A. G. Hullman by W hitley county An act authoruiiig levy an ad valorem tax of -- "i cents on his first wife, who was a daughter of the to late Jackie Lee, and was born in this each SUH) and a poll tax of "Jl for as vears as muv be necessjiry to erect county Nov. i:t, IM'J. His father, two bridges in that county over the Cumber- - brothers, Messrs. Mack Hullm.in, of this land river, Clear Folk river and .lellico place, and JJ. L. Ilulitnan. Jof Montana, KENTUCKY, will on the and one sister, Mrs. I. L. Cochran, oft creek, was presented to the House. reabody, survive lum. He was twice married, the liret time to a dauirhter of (inn that eervlody tliouunt w:is uiipos .. i . i .. ,. 1. 1.. . . i . ..i .i , .um. i.m.. owa-u... amount oi moiiej .t ...a- .uu...h tlll. Mr. Samuel Hardin, of Crab Orchard. d afresh , I should think. Sa ISer dino, t.oiw of the city, hii.l was amonK tho, the place, i 01 H lllOHUIl in Mouse iu ic- - who lived onlv a few weeks. ii... I... uin i.'Bt I I.. .... survives him, tlitnu.iM.1 .11 ..o ;Ik IP ....... Hi- f.iilli.1 liAUM I mil II V IirtI .... nviir H. ilntncf .atitfl uil.llilion ...w .v' uhmv 3 iiwiiriurir "iii liruilili vniio 1890, sell at- consider. It seems that the two Houses, wife, who with one ., , .... , tv residences and avenues k " u;is Mlw I. v..p CiiinnlH. nl IVnTvulf. m ' rav- ..yclone, its de.solatin ct nirds like mo-- t towns hae visited- - ,on lf .J .... .i...l lir. llmrm,. A A - m...i f .1,.. 1. .' 1 1 l i r, ... " e ,,orr)rH , I ufacLitisnotiiearMidndiieaplnce,,,,, lruIy Blll Tl to livcasthewiniimows l,uckm.r ve.o,sl two bills mak- - in the estimat.on of the peopk of his na-- l (;ov. -J 'j lc old style of a letter- -', .. , ......, sam Btonns are of frequent .HCiirreiice ,i,J ,:..,. si..... It,. ,, .. .. , ' "" ,0 drop ou a few lines, " V t i: ed.ad,anewtowsor 10 miles dis-- .., 15) in bankin, bu.n e -., .. . taut . isenioyuiKa lime Doom jusi iuiw.v,.. solinlersaIly in ociio : ears'Hll'lll IIIHHLIIIL 11111 y. iinir'ii KIV1 Mlt-i'- vuiiii ,i..,...i,....i iiiiivii i...0:.,c ............. 1,.i. ' iil- luiwifiii .....iti.iikiin 1IIU ULiUIUI r onir uuiiirr 1111.11 :... The land Is slid to be esiiecially adapted au'O. is haidlvever met with now in let was a graduate of the- Louis One third cash; balance in two equal installments at 6 and 12 months. of Loxineton, and the Lesinuton Huffman oven of the nioit ordinary niinv. to orange uulture and jjootl for nil other and IticVimond Railway Company, fori ville Medical College and practiced his Stock in the Company may now be had by applying at once to S. kind. That roundabout method of com' fruits. I Jut you can't "always sometinit-the reason that the powers given are too' profusion for several years here, and in toll" about those tiling without iuvesli- ItiK at tho theme or subject ma'ter of the ,..t,...i !! t ii. m'iiiiiii? ai ri.i kk v. i no M. Owens, Stanford, or to the General Manager. 95 only for a share epistle is struck out and the writer hits ' ,, ... loimt--r . , .insulin "-ueiore .. .:,. . f .ori, ,,lL... ivji ,. . . ., of $ 100, and the stock will be taken up by the Company at $125, for . . . . .. . . u....... i . uni .1 .... urs not sutlleiem. oesines ine mmch. HIS UIOlip.H III a (lireCl manner llian IIIUOll or.V llllllll IO ir.ur i wiuiriia, ' ( ..viOnvivc litivileiies to the oomiM Tim n.t'ilivM anii frii.n.lo in ' p.elty and, pk,ws tlll. eye. iMi'.. beca,,M.it is such of the progressive prio; first payment for lots. No personal liability for deferred payments not only Mn(, warm,st 8Vmnathv to , . . i...x. are SO S'..l n f.. m frumil il" mini rn ur iuriuiuniiiii)i:niiiii ilui... lull till' il is content with liens retained. stricken ones in Kansas, especially to the Company l,ow,'r I'rpOtnuliy.. .. Mm.1 .mil WKMnble. thev made llic teel ill- - ,.,....,.,1 n li'lti.r of itntmrtunee beL'innlmr .i,.It,l f. !..... t.. A.. lunrnni: nu the '. .v... 4At,.! Hen. Lvon and tlie two otlitr ii)tii Until day of public sale a limited number of lots will be sold privatemost at home 1 beiame very much at in the uncieut style and nfter perusing it 'rtf of the ravo. and the loving wife penitentiary, and lady a ()Ur hearing he created no little laujli-M.lt- mi.sionom of the Kddy ville ly on same terms, at a fixed schedule of prices. tached to the old Keiitletn.in ' for an allow- - "nd daughter, upon whom the loss falls txianleil. and their dllllullwlioin r in uh bv i.ril:iimin- - "D n if I c.ire nreaskinirtheleiiislatuie It is believed that, at these prices, this Addition now furnishes a betheavily, uod grant them consolation . i i i...i;......it,....v.-..r.r..,.llv ' . i .i. yon were !.....i i. nmv and M". 'There were lisbursed " iit'Ult'r ier 9 lanui) iiuiiiwiirii ...... ...... .v...... aimii uuniiui siauii- and a final reunion in the land that is ter opportunity for investment than anywhere clcsc in Kastcrn Ky. the sum of t! - nn- - ii .ii bj ii trv iii i .. .. . t . ti... ni.i ,m.niti..'t..i .. iir itibiiii ....... iiii jiii. under those uitiiiii mi t aiii svw 111' W 1.000. upon which sum they think fairer than da v. good-byfourSi m ,lt. information's all right." man said to me as I told him For prices, lots or other information, apply at Stanford or Ptne-villof CHURCH AFFAIRS. We'll be really lonesome without you. .j, yt Holdain is in ........ city buying. thev are entitled to a compensation evento the Kv., to . ... .. .. . i ......... .. rs.nt. T hev think t hat in anv ... r . ui: gtioos. .uisscs .laiue uroon aim n..p - rmo , . . ., lie isoueoif.i uioi. ..! iioin Th. i.mi.irinn in b,l,M " Howe b , ,! 1Vtlu, nr vf8!lin, r,,.ives in knew.andU never happier thmi. reading the Itildo or some other good , viIlt, Mnu T. A. GleH,1!in, , Aown General Manager Hell Co. Coke and Improvement I'ivtery of the Southern each book. The old lady, tho' very religion-- . Pituburg spending a few days with her Church is in this week in Leb- is not ho fond of books, but takes groat father, Mr. Uee.se Waul. Mm. S.illie A. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS uion delight in tiewspHiers.andW.emedtoen.Uiill8ini.mnpanM . Thc Methodist church choir is pic . ;,rulu, -- Mr. J. A. Dudderar lost a tine horse joy my letters in the Ivtkuiok Jot:.VAi.. dnuulifrs. Misses Jean and -, ,,va nope in oe: o ioru....ur . ... i,I1Ciianaii, is visiting nor son, .Mr.Uin,n-,. .1 . ter. Mis IVgan, the vocal music teach ' ' ' airdin some nav Meniien iiurcii. iieiowi Mfliuoru. .nss ' r In tlu Millorslmrif r'nllfir.. uilhum.! I stopped oil' awhile at I'omona to see jht. Douglas, of D.invilie, and Mis Ju- - man a gelding for 13.V nM, ;( fen fwM q hnnnonv is aMU 'K . Adams -J- ones Bros, bought of J. how things look there, found quue a i;, Douglas, of Stanford, are the guests Are headquarters for kill' .MVlllVXIIOk IllllUOIkl ai. Iltlliiv shoals at :'.; cents. of some ;J,(00or 1,000 iuiiab- - 0 yrK . n. Harris, on Springs Avenue. ' pretty town . nt Kuroka, Kan., is Ananias. The name W. T. Smith bought of Warner. ,i i u-- . rtm,fcf ,,f i)nn.ii,. i,:,u u.n It IX a considerable itaniH may not be appiopriate in this case, but or-- . jn thjs vi,.jjtv for the past few days Missouri, a bav gelding for S12.". place, and theio are some splendid we have seen some that could wtar it u making -(- L A. lackey, Jr., bought of W. 1'. witli his mauv friends. dunlsin its vicinity. I'omona with credit, or discredit rather. Plows ! Plows Plows ! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel verv creilltaoie uispiav ;u me vunn . jrH. sallie Kluuoheait has returned to nrnuea a nnruess noise km ..i.; The chin olios fared badly from tho J. I'.. Karris sold to Dr. 1. W. Logan tornado at Louisville. Those ruined are Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no at b)s Angeles, perhaps second to none imr mountain home. Miss 1'iinnieCoiil-- . of Kiverside. The town is situ-- ' tor of parksville. is spending a week .his flue jack, Steve Walker, for Sl,..'. but that St. John's Episcopal, St. Patrick's Catho-- t -- rlCxtra seed com for sale at 7.") cents a Every plow warranted to ntoil near the i outre of the valley, about wjtj, jj,s jarv (',,1 at her countrv lie, chinch mid cniiveiit of the .sacrul plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Thornton I'orter, Stanford. " , half wa between hero and I'asadena, home. Heart and a coloied Methodist Kpisco-- do good work, or no sale. .Ask your neighbor. -- L II. I'erkin sold to W. II. Traylor ji.d church on Twelfth mountains on the Milh ! lliMi.it i Mhi Ilmria lifiii 10- stieet. The loof ,. u weighing r'" pounds at SLMLi n.. is slionts noryi ami iuo.se on u.c Uj uh, (wm u v,wl tQ w faXUir.-m.ntand steeple of the Third I'lesbyteiian ........... Mii.1 Liw.mii J. II. Tucker sold to a Marion conn- - church were blown awav 'russcau miiKe iiieni. ji in i.liitiiff ii (iltrtt )iititirv trt mare for laid out. will, wide and shaded avenues. TlirmlL.h ty party a combined :',year.old Tlie Methodist Church-stand- s at the aud if the boon, had loutinued it year great rwpci i ioi nor i.......Mi JULIVO CJ O head of the live great denominations in Hall Anderson bought of J. K. Hays, lunger, would have be.-.- i a b,g place no nd best wishes that 1V for tho contributions to foreign missions. of Dell county, a jiair of work mules T doubt The land n, I. and well adapt- - hh(j l.'flilm lut l.i'il Tim amounts contributed last year weie: IDIRO-a-G-ZS&s fruits as well as od to the raising Ium.. l0.,,.iv with bis plu.i- sold to Tlioinj)-soi- Methodist Lpiscop.il Church, .77,.VJ7: Mi ., ..... ' tt til ....... it nitui i mmum nil outer kiihis, hum li..i..s..i.i litr nml iiriiitini' niitllt to stHit a naner nt ouiarranl,:'0 nice hogs, to bo de- I'tesbvteiiai. Chinch, Noith, SsW,M5; , . , tjthelro.iti.gmii. I'm Mire, but she II . f k Congrtvationalists, rs.'i,lll; llnptist?, DRUGS, E00K3, STATIONERY, livered 1st of May, at 'M. . n.M-cine up to asa.ton. . naon . A.(, Ih1 IhUUi vwiliB MinnoiH)li has Stliour mills, midlS.BtS.14Ti: Hpicopai Church l.Mi.llit. be. ii any place yet that dot. FANCY ARTICLES, &G Wut "w. M. tireexer has purclmsvd a K.r-- thev make nearly U,(KXi barrels of Hour Iwl during Yesterday was a sad I'.ilin Sunday in I wither has ioiy$m. lia ( per dav. One makes ui.irly comjumiideJ. one, lAJiiisville. It w dl long lie ivinembeied PhyMci.iv. I r;i r ti. fcj, ,i,.t of the last weekr fln( win fojl vmH. j, brokt. ,,iH ,,.,.; vnv Klijuli IksiBley has sold his in out annals - a day of inneiais. i'loiu , ilI1(l i,m to m ,).i, but it bas not itnilleHsaiitlx wIliU. !U1Jllin; ', ilvori old stallion, Silver l'rince. by doA'iis of cluirches and scores of private ulhinorer.tinlaiisinouuic...wm.u.1:nki(l Virpil MoClme.ri'puwntiHB tliu King, to Fox, of Clark, for 50OU residence the sad corteges were stinted ma iluring late years than ton years ago. Tron8yjvnll VnnXin. ('., f WATCHES, STOCK OF THE LAnCL-SA. Caldwell has sold to J. K. on their journeys to the cemeteries. Not It comes later in spring and earlier i,ilstv trjp tbiough hero last Itaiighniiui a j,1(V0 UHil jack by LibCLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. only all tho heaises and carriage.- - in the the fall No doubt when the country is janu-sKiiclemun Ls talking ol erty for ?MH). Danville Advocate. . city were in use, but all of tho.e in New Ever brought to thi market. Price lower than thickly settled mid fruit and shade ttees q c u lhmit, ,0 ,ivt, aU(, Joshua Hill sold lnT acres of land the low et. Watchet, Clocks and Jewelry Ite. are planted everywhere, it wil j,8 hNtl.r. jolm Dauglierty, who near Lexington, on the Hryant Station Albany and Jeilcfonvillo weie brought paired on short)aotice and warranted. into lcijuisitiou. From !i o'clock in the most as seasonable hero as in the Lust. uft hvfv al(0ut ft Viir .1JWJ fop 8i,00tillB j per acre. pike, to It. Magoffin, at ram from a hQaw am, c,pj'lHnK n morning until nightfall the solemn pro-- j Urchaidists prefer not to have womniIi WIIIlt. j,, V. H. Adams, of Madison, bought of cessions wero hurrying to and fio. Fiom April to December, im it injures the Ta,.Mjav nBht niui Moe hiH wife and Last Lnd parties a lot of brood mares at quality of their fruits. They me well lis- - ,m,iV Tlu, tuI11I,jkci,lie8. 5100 to SUM) nnd of f John Anderson a the house of mourning to the grave thej eft amI tired horses traveled. Theio was sol od for irrigating and can water their lio .g ttBilatill;; lhl. people- - in the Car-- i pair of work mules for ?IU0. much to be done that funerals went to, rops just when they need it, and use mnn beUjtMncIlt. I;ovPi vo un.iv llt.wl Clendower, which cost V. C. Crom- graveyards on a trot, and hearses return-only the amount necessary olJt:(;i,,i;ionally. w. M. ' wjv to well 510,000, died I.m WAITO.N. c,wvcr ,ms moml t0 n(1 Cox'a to ington last week on his place near Lex- ed for another load as fast as they could j of spinal 'meningitis. board. Spencer Hubble had two very He was by Guy Wilkes and had his book be driven. It was a sad and impressive WAYNESBURG. f'. HP in 3KsU t sight, l'rav God Louisville will never 11.... ..70 u...1..i. frftitt Itlu Inf rtni. liitvltt ....... IIIIH I iip ohiivu iwiii iiia .". u.. Louisville Post. see such another. ... io0b0llt for full for the season at S100. . , A. huiitlisamia ooj aii. A gill atC. n Joe Co Hey bought of William Cloyd, (i. A. Singleton's are the latent additions ,)f)rk noWt (; ,, nrilt'H mule team of Casey, -- bead good Mrs. Dudley sold her tract of land of heifers to our population. r!m ntt.y Tuesday, but did but little nml steoisat " cents. Mr. Coffey also ;;0 acres lying opposite Mrs. Goodloe's at At Frank Steele's sale, tlm Jtlth lL. image. G. A. Swinebroad returned bought of llarvo McAninch, of the same Lexington, to a syndicate, for $1,000 an, acre. nearly everything sold high. A very from''rL,,u.hs,.0 quite sick, but is some county, a lot of fat cattle at I! cents. The Advocate says that the commit common milk cow brought $:M. ni,ttor . now. ... n0 i0fct a line mule this 'flie Cincinnati cattle market is tee succeeded in inducing the State 111 . ll'llll f fn.liot.l I W I. I. Ill ' -jieiuii,u. week from ilistemper. 1.. u. iiuoo.e ; good (.uit,t wlt, best shippers nt to f came to Kentucky and bought some having his houses near the store linished tJhoii.0 blUche 4 td 4:a fwieM .,t , board of equalization to reduce the assessor's leturns of Boylo county 15 pert dogs, had them stolen from Inn, at lnd.- up yUm yitf.u. Wl.ite is having a good , t ;, t0 8hcep cent. lr , ' ' , .. t(. anapolis, lnd., on lim return home school at Hrighfs. Missi-- Lou and Jon ,nmhs s . ,,, llri A dispatch from tlie wheat growing 1'rof. Frye lias returneil irotu i.ena-- 1 ni(, Wl)lll imving rented a boarding- tvntH portion of Indiana says the late frosts, A' non, Ohio, and is again in the school hoUB0 ftt jiiddiesboro, talk of giug soon nri,0 vr0Wi attended Clark Cash's wore a blessing as it killed myriads of room after week of vacation. He is an t(J tt up business. Tliis may be called 8,m, Tuesday and satisfactory prices were 'the fly" with which the wheat was in excellent teacher and will bo employed ef,K town now os about three cases are ri,j,Hzed for everything, but on house-t- o fested. Tlie crop is putting forth finely Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture ' the fall term here. every day. We are always bold and kitchen furniture aud farming and the lields will soon be as veidant as and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods teach bought here Mis. Dr. tiarrettson fell down stairs, j,iati to get tho Intkhiou as it gives nil implements fancy prices were received. ever. can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conro Two months ago tho indications injuring hersell consuieramj, tbo news far ami near nml of biiou value sjx vearling heifers sold at :i cts.; calves vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. !... iltmrit ,v IV ,.,... which she sullered greatly for a tJ" liiai, M,a nnhl n imniint ....., ICt ... Willi to SW; brood were that farmers would get an early StoSsmUk cows hid uuui .,. j. :,. .I.1..11 lull is lliinrOVimr the 1st imiiiM ufnllintt "" " HOW aiHl . Iier UUHHH lf mmno Itrn. Mnn(ioinirv HUlll-- "tVJ IW I.U ;i."h Otuiliu.. &7rv. start with their spring work, but nothing Sun- - borsu colts 540 to $.V; work mules $110 of April is here ami but little or to see her fully restored in wlH p,eaci, ftt Uright's school-hous(rietuls hope has been done. No oats sown and but day night. a short thimo. anil fi'J7; corn in crib $2:23 per barrel; little plowing has been done. The sow-- ; m Hand, Telegraphy. Aef I K"Y John Kwnii has been nppointed su - oats ISO cents per bushel; hay 'Jit to '25 cts ing of tobacco beds will bo late. George- ( llook Krtinu, Slwrt and full Information. Em IV Gov llill.ol Now Yors, vetoed the SI Write for Catalogue . town Times. of the Motion. cw t. per ierintendent ballot "reform bill. Saxton -' ! land mid Crab House. Orchard pawed the the Louisville Hotel, died Tuesday. An Attractive Opportunity ! ' For Investment. de-s.ir- y , . I i THE M . VINCENT ADDITION . . ii i v ma-ri- v i PINEYILLE, ', LiU T - j I - ..'.. ..,,, r... 1 r . r- ( - viim.-iirAiiu.- ?!. ,., i 15th and 16th of April, 1C - i .n.-wM- 1 tl. "r ","W. .,. , - ,..,,. l'""''"1'" . "".' ..fr . -i ...,. - lnChun-1 J v hS KUD .... 1 1 1 "J .,,.,..... .,...' utrti-ii- .... Ped .... .,,, ... .:!, - i, LU WLGV RIG AUCIlOn A Ii ,T L!.L--- ,i IlliiIIt5bL ' L!JJ.. UlUUr. i 1 ....... l ..!..-.t- ,,, .r . '. ii . , -- :.... til ...-..- . . -- ,"i'"r""" , I li .....:! - 1 - . IT jk - e I - .. , ' commn-sioner- e, , - .te llMjIjuM i'W j I.wu. n tlAtZ" J. S. HUGHES, C. ...... g ( HIGGINS &M'KINNEY .- i '' ! . j ! ,,... j I fruit-growin- ECardwaro, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Limo, ! o. "" i MH-ia- l' ; ! I bu-ibe- snow-covere- d - f , i .itn I ,..... ...?K ire FJKNK rsr , ( . 1 I fl " C. i. JEWBLBB. r 1 l.y a prj-v- 1 ti. h6? ., 1 7,'-H- X i - k- ' ' three-year-ol- d .. S-'- PJ j , SEW STORE! MACK HUFFMAK, !P)R!P, ...! J I 1 j ' j ..u. I .u.m ... s ., 11 ) , I "ll . l - .- iinili;. C-- 'O v-- fu, e ' BRYANT & STRATTON Business College P O YlbikCif lr fl!IQll M ffirfflffg!-- , ' A IKIIW V"l i)UM j AMM : I ?! P fa! l h ft ' Thomas MorTiik reference to TiiKOncnsboro Messengur is moved to own praises ris, of the Nelson Itucord, as a "man of remark, after sounding its about seeuriiiK the support of its sena- common" stock by the editor of the Hartor and representative for the advertis- - din Countv Independent, who agreed vntu 4. 1800 ing bill, "In a nutshell, tho reason tins with Senator May to keep mum in his, Stanford, Ivy tias brought out many otilo-i- n bill didn't pass was that those interested race for The Kentucky gies of the man who admits his humble, it didn't work for it. V. press is possessed of more than its share though honorable origin, by those who of indolence." This may be true, but it know him best. Tho only time wo ever does not apply to us. Not only were met .Mr. Morris he impressed us as a our senator and representative for the, thorough gentleman, and certainly noth not, to bill, but every democratic representative ing has ever appeared in his paper that Tot Cakdwki.i., of Harrodsburjr, is an- in this immediate section. These are all would lead one to think to the contrary. other one of the fellows that thought he that we may be said to have had nny, if The fellow who resorts to such charges had the "cinch" on the postoilicu and any, claims upon, and although we made in the absence of argument is deserving failing to get it is making "treasonable" one trio to Frankfort to see nfter the of the contempt most of the members of utterances auainst the Cheap John bill, we had no intention of trying to the press are expressing. e lobby for it. It merits show on its face Clothing Man at the head of the has secured aeon-- ' Mi:. department. He says that the en- and if a stupid legislature cannot see trollingSim J. Koiikkts lea interest in the them, we are not responsible for their dorsement of one clothing linn at and been elected president, and Mr. Wanama- - lack of brains. who buys goods at Clarence Bradley, the bright young man ker's store, had more influence with him It is not ture, as at first reported, that who has been reporting the legislative! than the backing he had of every promithe tornado lifted a steamboat out of the proceedings for the paper, has been nent republican in Ketnucky, every re- Ohio river at Ixmisville and landed it made managing editor The Leader has j publican member of the legislature, evabout it bodily half a mile back of JelTersonvillc, a great deal of ery court official in Mercer county, every county, but but it is stated as an absolute truth that and is a decided credit to the energetic justice of the peace of that a T.Vpound iron ball, which was on top young men who have made it 60 pro one, every member of the board of trusof Hart's hardware house in Louisville, nounced a success. else Ncck-- ! tees of the town, every business tirm in Indiana side, to Harrodsburg but one, and the endorse- was blown over to the we've of NEWS CONDENSED of every where it was found and recognized. The ment of 2,700 patrous of the office, the a mile. Down in William Lewis, the oldest man in Congressmen from Kentucky and a distance is more than a the county, died at Greensburg. of Congressmen from Christian county, it is also stated, that slight sprinkle Gloves, negro woman was not only blown out of yc Sam Wharton, aged 34, fell dead of Ohio. Mr. Cardwell adds that "Wana- her house and landed in the top of a epilepsy on a street in Harrodsburg. Goods, I of maker has got to advertise his business, tore every M. G. Baker has been appointed We to and if he does it by appointing postmast-master- s tree, but that the tempest we qualiat Withers, in Koekcahtle at the expense of the public, J stitch of clothing from her as she made by to her perilous ride in tho air, and that county. If this isn't can't and won't kick." one Stock. you, when she was found she was exactly the of kicking we can't name it and it is all The House passed the Fortification ?oods very amusing to those who are out of same condition that Kve was before she bill without division. It appropriates used the fig leaves. 4,6'Jl,t378. the fight. Mr. C, however, shows the Wiggins claims that ho predicted the proper and the gentlemanly spirit when I.v several of the States, including Virhe says: "I have no doubt Miss Smed- - ginia and Pennsylvania, the old custom tornado of last week and also says this ley will make a good postmaster and if it is still in vogue requiring a witness to month will bo a squally one. The danger of a water famine in is in my power to aid her in any way, I kiss the Bible in making oath. In the I don't latter State Louisville was averted by the satisfactowill most cheerfully do so. the other day a young lady blame her for getting the appointment at refused to put her sweet lips where so ry workings of a temjKirary pumping all." many foul ones had been and the judge aparatus. The death of Congressman Wilber, Loitisvillk is pushing right ahead. very properly excused her, saying tho of New York, which occurred Tuesday, The newspapers continue to hunt a The debris is fast being removed and in custom was a species of idolatry that makes the seventh member of the pres job for J. T. Harrahan. The latest is is rapidly ought to be abolished. It is not only a many instances . ent Congress to die. that h" will be made general manager of progressing. The sufferers are cheerful useless, but a very filthy requirement K. A. Abbey, the artist, is to receive ' the Louisville, New Orleans .V Texas. and have gone to and it is strange that the foolish law and it has not long since been repealed. We $10,000 from the Harpers for illustrating A louisvillc grocery bill dated the work witn a win 10 retrieve, uieir iosii n new addition of Shakespeare. day before was found in a yard at Cincin homes and fortunes. More than $100,-00- 0 have seen Bibles used for this purpose in -- The entire democratic ticket includ nati and a check drown in Louisville have been raised in the city for the Virginia that would turn the stomach of ing .WV have the finest and nio,t Georso W. Peck, author of "Peck's. flirtht,rlll olli(li ti10 m.xt ,iuy tlUur stock of Courier-Journa- l says: "Per- a dog, if required to kiss it. needy. The Bad Boy," for mayor, was elected in; tornj0f 8uppOM!lUo ,WV1. blon takt. wants are first supplied; next the sonal The Legislature goes on passing bill .Milwaukee thither by the wind. lost household necessities aro provided, without consideration, only for the gov- ' Hon. William L. Jackson, son of the The directors of the Louisville Fair, "TV and now the relief committee is devising ernor to veto. That the latter is always late Judge William L. Jackson, is have determined to suspend all opera-ways and means for repairing houses right is shown by the unanimity with nounced as candidate for judge of lions lor tue present, aim no iair win tie damaged in the storm. The committee which he is sustained, and it also shows Jefferson circuit court. held this year. As soon as the cyclone a reluctance to reports in many instances how reckless and careless our Gen. Thomas C. Anderson, a promi- disafiter is repaired the enterprise will be make known wants and in other instan- statesmen are in the passage of laws. nent Louisiana politician and a member started, and it is expected that 1SSII will ces a willingness to accept no material For a body which started out so well of the famous Returning Board of IsTti, witness the first fair. assistance. It is a strange statement to the legislature li.is been a disappointing is dead at New Orleans. Gov. Buckncr has issued a proclacome from a relief committee, that it failure and it is hoped that Mr. Kichard-6on'- s The Queen of England is said to be mation designating April 1.1 as Arbor must devise some method to reach thoso bill to adjourn April 10th will be seriously considering the advisability of day and recommending that all public who need assistance and are entitled to adopted and its power for evil be cut abdicating the throne in order to cue schools and colleges of the State observe Ever in Stanford. Call and camme am! be convinced. it, but who refuse to communicate with off. the Prince of Wales a chance. tl.u l. in... l.i. cnttntiln iYfrciHfl. Illl villiauthorities." The list of killed grows the Flack, of New York, was) for the5r Mrxicii'AL elections were here held in 0vcl lhe jinpaTting of know A less rather than larger on fuller investito two months' imprisonment, 00 towns in Kansas Tuesday, remarkh arboricuUurt. and the adornment gation and the people are congratulating ,iu and fined C..HX) for conspiracy in ootain-- 1 Ul, ... ,.. uuui ...i.i: ,,.w....u jjuutii. fctiiuuia themselves that while the situation is able only from the fact that women not ing fraudulent divorce from his wife. Dan Caudill, who killec: liill Kiee, a bad enough, it might have been a great only exercised the right of suffrage, but A magazine of powder exploded in Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, Rugs, Lace Curtains, &c. Rowan county desperado, last fall, while in numerous instances had the right to deal worse. Sloss Company, at hold office bestowed on them. The fe- the coal mines of the the latter was resisting arrest, has surnegro convict rendered himself. Rice was one of the male tickets were elected in BP.veral Coalburg, Ala. Fifteen All the type on the Courier-Journa- l miners were injured, sik of them fatally. meanest of the old Tolliver gang and was save the head and display lines, are set towns, including lluwatha, but to the The lines composing the Erlanger captain of the squad of outlaws who They credit of the more womanly women, be by machines willed lineotypes. system of railways have been purclias-- j bulchewl ,Iohn Martin before his wife, ' it said, a large are operated like a type writer and some number of them refrained ... i.. I. no ih.i JOfc iinniimiiiii v. trmnta unri i UU U IklKi GO TO M..rK7.w, .....i.. i...u when he was being returned n manacled of the operatois are getting remarkably from unsexing themselves, Georgia Company for ?3,500,0O0. They prisoner from Winchester. Lee Henley set expert. In one week The Winchester Democrat is a little embrace 1,200 miles. 1508,300 ems or over 00 columns of solid Fayettt'ville, Tenn., also suffered terAnother chapter in tliellattield-Mc-Co- y minion. This was all done in 73 hours, slow, but it has a knack of getting there. ribly from the tornado. Scarcely a busivendetta was begun Saturday at an average of four and one fifth thou- For instance, it states this week, in its ness house or residence in the town es"MODEL W. Va., when Jerry caped destruction or injury. Itis stated, most solemn manner, that "L. C. Norsand per hour. In eight consecutive Hatstrange to pay, that the casualties were hours he set 40,000 ems, which is faster man has been appointed by Gov. Buck Hatfield, a cousin of "Devil Anse" ner to succeed Fayette Hewitt as audit- field, waa shot and killed by M. C. Lee. few and in no case fatal. Relief is said than the average reporter can furnish Ninety-threthousand Englishmen, to be gTeatly needed in the way of temcopy. The operators are paid at the rate or, the latter having resigned." The item Is six months old, but it may still be 57,000 Irishmen and 17,000 Scotchmen And Spades; of 20 cents per 1,000 ems and his bill for porary Bbelter for the large number 1889, whose homes were rendered uninhabita the week is S'Cl.GU The average com- news to the people who think and read emigrated to the United States in and the chances are that this number ble. & positor, by the old method, sets less about nothing but booms. The list of killed in the portion of will be nearly or quite doubled this Sets, than 10,000 ems in a day. The same old pauper pension bill that year. the State visited by the tornado, outside Also a full stock of Landreth's, D. M. Ferry & Co.s and Crossman's Grover Cleveland had the courage and The Climax sayn that Lyman persons, with of Louisville, shows The democrats of Danville have nomihonesty to veto, and which was applaud Garden Seeds in papers. who came to Richmond to get a manv more wounded. The loss of nated a cracking good board of council-men- . , Mrs. Jennie dwellings, barns, fences, farming imple are: First ward, Jackson ed by the honest men of both parties, .coffin for his mother-in-lawThey now goes to for uis approval or Golden, aged 79, died from the effects of munts, live stock, etc., muHt be Davis, Peter Gilcher; second ward, .1. II. Will he veto it? Xot he. He being thrown from the wagon during a ,nou8 when the total is computed. Valu-Walton, James S. Chrisman; third ward, afraid of the soldier vote and hasn't runaway. able orchards and tracts of timber are C. R. Anderson, Tim Murphy; fourth got tho requisite stiffness of the back-Wm. Smith, a farmer living nea- - j jid waste and them' items will likewise ward, 15. J. Durham, William Cheek; ' bone to do u courageous act even if he Dabney, Pulaski county, got drunk otcotribute to swell the damage far up fifth ward, B. O. Rodes, J. L.Allen, sixth to. Mavticld's distillery and wandered off. W IHW l.mn.imlu ....,...,...-.,- . I have a full line waid, W. H. Harris, II. G. Sandifer. MMMMMM. ol His dead body was found this week in' Tlie situation in the Lower M.sh.s Danville has been under republican rule s would naturally be expected of a .. ,.. .. n.i,k nn . I f !.. ...n 'I'll,. Un.i!tvn Ilitlt- ll .sippi auey i8npiiimiK. long enough and we are glad to know lot of the House sat down " ' ter? from the mighty river have coyer, d that she intends to elect these gentlemen on the whipping-pos- t bill. The b,earm: reporter who hundreds of miles of fertile territory, --The off and change the order of things. n..mmW.n.nn,in..i,i.rNi,i ti.- -t ti,.. are now sweeping downward toward provisions of the bill might be made to fiecreted himself where ho n)A hear M ' In packages and bulk. Also all varieties of The republican tariff bill, which they apply to them for taking money from that was going on in a grand jury room tne culf, carrying everything before will make a feint at passing, is a won- the State in the way of per diem, that and then published the proceedings en- - j' them. Whole towns have been wrecked derful concern, constructed with the they do not earn and ought not to bo en- tire, was fined 52"0 and sentenced to :50 either by tho flood or the wind stonr.8 N. V. days in jail. und the people aro fleeing for their lives. view of pulling the wool over the eyes of titled to. . A man who has been convicted of Starvation will overtake many of them and tho.se who get none of the farmers public debt statement as issued the murder of eieht women, was hanged before the necessary relief can arrive. The the benefits of the tariff. It will help IN 1ANCV country greatly to be re- shows a reduction last month of JU.iJS'J,-- 1 Tuesday in S.egedin, Hungary. He ex- Under the head of "Flanked" the the SjL The net surplus in tho treasury to-- , hibited great cowardice on the scaffold' Courier-Journa- l these sensational had lieved by removing tho duties on dia. "The K. ii I. Hridge monds, pearls, birds' eggs, old coin and day is $3,,,01",S42, or about $150,000 less as was natural for a man guilty of mur-- lines yesterday: ' steals a march again and and maintaining or increas- than a month ugo, notwithstanding the dering women. Company human hair While on a spree and standing on its own tracks linto the O. & M. ing them on tho common people's neces- receipts were ;i millions more than March, IbS'J. It will not take long at rear of a train on the Louisville South- - yanU. The Pennsylvania people mako a I have SARATOGA CHIPS, something new and popular. MAPLE saries. this rate to put the balance on the other fern, shooting his pistol at anything and lawless attempt to thwart the plan; Supt. SYRUP, the best on the market. Other Fancy Groceries always The Senate by a vote of 42 to 12 has side. everything he took a mind to, Tom Shel. Porter severelv injured by the inten on hand. Staple and Heavy Groceries in abundance. : 7T. ; passed the dependent pension bill which , rr, ton, of Salvisa, fell off as it was crossing tional wrecking of a J. M. & I. car; he 1 he Louisville & Jsashville, which can will add millions and millions more to 'a trestle and was killed, refUht'H to leave, however, until the ob- FLOWHR CROCKS, plain and fancy and something altogether new ul ways be depended on to do the proper --The House Committee has reported structions are removed, from the track. the sum now poured out to the soldiers. m in that line. Call and see them. n, . r .!,..;.. " .V ' favorably a bill to pay Mrs. Elizabeth AVIf it went to those honorably entitled to J V The Monon outwitted and an old bu.uLiiuuut Aitta ttwujiiaiir Moore, of Danville, $1,800, being the it instead of as well to the coffee cooler, ww is tt4u liberality utilized by the new bridge. has by its and generosity long bounty jumper and deserter, the rest of amount of exnense incurred bv her in Tho mystery of the burning of Secsince refuted the charge that pora tho country would not have so much providing hospitals and furnishing sup- retary Tracy's house bus been revealed. tions have no souls. ground to kick against the profligacy in plies for wounded and sick soldiers dur- - The servant woman who went to early ! bestowing of pensions. the W. H. Polk has changed the name nK the war at Danville, at Camp Dick morning mass has confessed that she rose Kobinson and other places in Kentucky. early on that fatal morning and while and the form of The Drummer, which t The court of claims has come to the now appears as the Lexington Globe as( KEET SPECIFIC euro all bliMil diiuiet, mch asScrolula L'lceri l'.mr.!.. Kicumonu is caning jouuiy tor a the other servants were in tho basement In all il. .tie-- , Vl.fer,,,J Throi rescue of the Congressmen who lost by a quarto. and v. McCreary has she took a can of kerosene, saturated the White SwrllinK. Syphilitic dieathe most plcmnt .Neero.iiall is an improvement all P,l,ic HAVIS' IKO.VlflTTKRS U It t. uke of the IroiilutkS l.0"'0' drawing-room- , hall i, clve. a keen appetite, enrlchr. the blood, ,cCuUe. the liver and . ra?,, new enercy'fo the Silcott defalcation and decided that around. in the the ouereu a dim to mat enu. uie House carpet in the and ncrvom tysieiu. Price Si per bottle. muscles the government must make good the is expected to ami part of the way up tho front stairs. Committee on OATLIFF'S WORM SVROP is made of the best worm kill,,. ...... . , .. MJ tcal profettion and therefore recommends itself. ,, Is pleasant to tale, safe cri Known !nlh. "icu- Chicago continues to demonstrate that report soon a general bill, which pro- She then applied a match to tho loss. This saves the body from having and reliable. Price as carpet and to the curtains, shut per bottle, she is a democratic city. In the elec vides GATMKF'S MARNKTIC PILI.S all Liver , buildings shall be erect- all to decide the matter itself, which it impaired Digestion, Sick Headache, the doors carefully and went to mass. Ac, Acts as cathartic. Price centslor box. w"m'"-"mper would have done in the, same way, tho' tion held Tuesday, the democrats made ed by the government iu every town The woman is crazy and has been coi Manufactured and lor sale to trie trade by the e many would have disliked to have gone a clean sweep of all the best oflicea and where the receipts amount to fined. She had been with the secretary's WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., family over 12 years. elected 30 aldermen out of GS. $3,".00 per year. on record as advocatiug it. Semi-Week- ly Interior journal F. WALTON. The Louisville Store I'h cat: Gentlemen, if you want SIX FACES. Is always alive the Interests of their patrons and offer only the largest best selected stock at the lowest prices, but also some particular and and rxtraordin ary bargains. j J ' post-ollic- er Har-rodsbur- g, j j ! nost-inast- er And stylish that no one has, from the latest novelty in handsome lies got them. Collars and Cutis the latest style Shirts, and fancy, in a wide range of prices and suited for various occasions. Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Ml the various styles and prices in our new Spring Stock Clothing, Dry fats, Trunks, Carpets, Matting, ye. please evertOody, for have every style, aim ty and price. If you want a Spring Suit you can save from $2 $5 selecting Then from our new Spring have the advantage an immense variety here you'll not find elsewhere. Our prices and both talk convincingly. SOMETHING NEW eTHE LOUISVILLE STORE .Main Street, Stanford, M. SAI.DMGER, MANAGER. j brave-hearte- d I NEW jS GOODS! cmjkt t. 1 i J JJ Goods, White Goods, Embroideries, &c, . I -' Ex-Sheri- ,,, Full Line of Thos. Emmersons Sons Cents' fino Boots and Shoes. SEVERANCE & SON. I I IO-ca- n AoAaWAMBJUM9: GROCERY' Pens and Beans in bulk. Court-Hous- e, e For Garden Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks While Onion Northern Seed Irish Potatoes, Red Bur-rel- l. .' enot-rejectio- n. H 1 I n,n JVo'tice time-server- 'vi'" -- - 11 u.-heav- ily VIW1I I 1 SEEDS --'ALL KINDS ) Seed Irish Potatoes and Clover Seed at the Lowest Market Prices. i tax-ridd- O-IROGIEIRXIE- ISI rr. i, T i....,rfi - right-of-wa- y MARK HARDIN. The Great Remedies -- un8 Post-olhce- n - - v.i post-ofllc- e -- post-offic- ' Williamsburg, Ky. dj ' '1- - "jj y v v l Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal Avutu 4. 18'JO HARRY A. EVANs, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, STANFORD, K.V ' Attention, Coal Ilumcrf. ,.H,cpo.n hnJ No- 'quality 0! JeJIuo, l.ily and Nut Coal In my yard Leave jour orderxat .ard aid they will beattendrd to promptly. - A iMOXSTKIl '(HE MAVOC OF THE AH.. DEADLY Stanford, Ky. W. P. WALTON. SZ2Z Engineering and Surveying in all branches. 6i J. II. Starlord IIIGlllNS,' Ky WROUGHT TORNADO'S A THE SWEEP. BY I'.llfu-luale- . O. FACES. For Sale or K.vcliaiic. offer my Hotel 1'rr.ptriv situated at Kingxville, Lincoln r.mnty, Ky , at a bargain If wild at oner, mII necessary outbuildcontaining i good ro.-ing., At. A tplendid place 10 open xmcr whitky hits btx-- voted kick ill the county; or I will W L. MiCARTY, Addicts Kingxville, Ky I Ha leai'd one ol the stables at Penre trail and will run a general I. CEOW ,V Fsrris Breaking and Training Stable. expel 8 il of Nature. Tlmt Cannot llo or Controlled Itmr to AvoliI Danger The' Krrrnt Horror t Loulx-till.- Iriirr- - -. hniiHtioti of it own Inherent forces, tbereforo tiioxe who hnvo studied the phenomenon bnvo directeil thHrelTorts to ill.scovpring the laws KuverniiiK iU birtb, course and velocil so a.x to fonnulnte rules for minimizing itx Hpeakfng unttxihnically, n tnrnmlo nm ! xahl to have itx origin in ami le inaintninoil by well defined upward move-ment- x of Air over n limited area ot the center of dixturlinneo. The whlrlhuj motion of tlio dreaded funnel sliniHil cloiul depondx g THE LATE GEN. SCHENCK. Cliar-acte- Auei'ilotet Which Show IIU Real r. Wanted. Capital to Build Houses to Rent. permiinrnl investment f"T a lw tears, wild STANFORD ROLLER .mple security. Inquire at lhi nth. 84 Ji irtf He hat had ufluieiit experience lomilr him .in ilir hii.nus, and hit rates will he verv reasonable (ine him .1 .hare vur patronage. 111 itr MILLS. I. m. L:v:?,i' M'KtlAl traveler Unit ru-- kruci:, AND THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, All person, wishing a pleatant life and wrll pleated wife let them Patent Flour made at Stanford Roller MilU Call for it at Tour gro cery, and if they have not got it on hand, urge them to keep it or get an order from them and get it at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleatant "Alt FED STABLE, ue Proprietor and interesting 98 I amity W N POT IS, Superintendent. t Out. Horses and mule bought and sold. hor-e- t mil vehiclet used in livcry STANFORD, KY. ATTr.VlTdNio COMMhRClAL No Hold In Kentucky hat a tinier repuntion, and in proprietor it detertnint J th.t thatl be maintained. He to road surveyors.: LINCOLN COUN I liivery Stable. .m. O J j I J h.. rcxcfiilv a.'Jrd id tit lapponitmintt - Pool and IIUllarlIarlor8 Al.o A First-Clas- s traveler, a.-.-d Livory Stablo MherI To actominoda'e the demand, 'f lut m leased llttt .Turnout, furnithed transient patronage, tmmtnul Livery, Feed and Sale 'Siablc m Present. Thorn it W lianvd justices ol ihe peace t ,Inhn O Vtl u V. , l.vlili .. . ... U' , .rant. ' """"i r, n Clh, J rt. tnappeil, i.ew. it. imini; 1.. f junn r.io., iiugn ar;i'.iiii xuu jonn naury On motlou ot Sejuire Cliappt-l- l it is onlen-- that the tevrral over.errt of cnumy roidt in Lincoln tounty make oath to the of the claim. of all uork dour under their tuprnltlim which he pj)abletut of the county ley, alnl that rviy I lie r'aimani alto maki oalh to xaid claim, and the lerk of lhi iiMirt 11 aulhori'ed to furmtli an at lh- - Intkniiih Jim k trttr.l inpy of thi. order nai. lor publitaiionaiiil lie i futlher ordircd I" Inrnith printed Malik. 10 li. ..ver.cer. in .aid c .my lor making out claim. i.KO II COOI'FR. Alt. I lerl I inroln Cciinl) 4t VCOURI OF I.F.V, March Ttrm, .!.. Varrun, w.tl, the follmvmg ' lt f I have added new bugglc., w8onxa.id horex to my l.v.ry t.u.inexs. none in thi. .ection Firxtilai turnout, v.. "l7oi o . I nni "'Mi I """ ..fc.l iiTuin uy .me dav, week or month a .pet I .. 1 ilixturlifd nnd pyrntinj; ujionu ntimtxph-r- . To illtiitraU) tbU Death wear 110 more hideous and appalling statu of the n sIh than when gnrbed r.itb mystery nml oneinlKiit take Klasx finiiii'l. targe at the Kill Hcfnro the lightning's fury tlio top nnd with a xiiiull l.nvor airtnru. darkness Mm tin from the will iUiin 'Iki Inn laughed at tin leaden this with wul'T, ivni'iM1 mail bottom, mm the liquid will rim out with no lain 'if lut tli nnd x ormed hit way ti the rotnty ilintiirliniiee. lint a xii,iu circiilnr movement, of the Hut; ! ul t.ie nil face "ill I net the wuter whirling ax it fallx with nil the hoiuMnuce of a ininiattire tornado. Says . l.teut Finley: ! "The tornado with hnrdiv an exeoption oc- ' enrx ill thoilfternooil, juxt nfter the hottest part of the dn , mid geiiurnllv iliviiiprar Ik? the H''U down of the miii Tii hour of fr- p' ix between : and 4 p. nt. Ifoie (i rnrulv. if ever. 1.. p. in., but a Inriiiidn (xiuiineueuu iiIniuI .' p. in. may continue It clmrneterMie violenee . until nearly h p. in., vxuieli onl.. nieati tlmt the. tornado cloud mat lie trawling after IS . p. 111 . hut it ! not ilevelip, tluit lit, n Wo it nppear.niee for llii: lir.t time, alter thovj 1 , I ... 111 Illy m J07 fHUKMOND. J'OUlKm lily, Ky ju-tn- rt Farm For Sale. I de.ifY tn tell my larm of about no ai rex .lied about ,;j nle ,loMn of stanlord on .Hu the Ituxh ilianch pite, qppnxite the edd churrh I hefe are about 50 aire, in wheat and rn; the balance of Ihe larm well nt in timrth (tour room, and kurhrti and t.od dwelling a .plendld new 'arii. 1. well wairii-- and frnred l'o.tetion can ""iiatwly. lor particular., e J.I' ,.' lUiley, Stanford, or w rite the mtdertigncd it I im innati, Ohio J.; ' nlF.RS. . ..i"P, ' '"" U W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. lONMlOV, k and taddle hortet ajway. lor hl t.ood litn-u- tt ot reatonable termt I mi Jon it the mott coaveo lent point ou the railroad 11 reach pit e In tb Urn ft r ' l.te in the mountain c l Ey. Route ' A-- ! to --eventv miles I 1111 hour, and ilt wiillh fiont llttj j.ifilx to fifty rtxN. Tuv torntnlo i i. embrnccd I nioii ilciot City linU a St. I'.itik'k-'- . M.ncii and Uctobei. The months CllUli'll of grente.t reeiiryeucti are .Mnv and .l.ilv. In Ti.lK Ol THE .STtJItM TIIHOH.lt lH IiMI.LE. the Houthrrn hlutex toriiadiH-- are Miilietimex Hi' celt ilefetxlwl lifinht of Lihik'niiL Tlie Uiiuh 11 during tiie winter utnl spring months. iv I iinlinii dltc nt tla-- stakf. ilflliint, oml'Iii KmiN'ixnud Mimiri rank higl-.-- t in regttril ei 1111. liiililllllteil to tip hut, lull u loitlito f rixpiency of all the ttutex f lie Union. uclii', tliu ro.'tviu for nlurli lut iiiininl iiihIit- In ho pitictii-a- l 11pplicatlu11.il iiml.ei him I'i'.i In tin fin-.- . if ntittit'o'ii .11 lives in II lii4 itx V.lllle If n nml inn'Xf txl ivrutli the lrti tiHfvttl nftil legion where lot uadoes nie ! I)eexjncteil, . tin, III. Iet letngi m time of lie. d is a sieelally mow weak mid lliectx.l ticfiill fivuiti.-x 1 i I f$kTHr'T 1lll houi-.'- ' Itx usual triU'k i from it velocity forly outhtxet to tnrlh-M-t- , NEVVCOMB I -.- HOTEL. MT. VERNON, KY. Mk.i. - IP a!!ev I I D Solid Vmtibi liti Tram, to n hi. Ud 1.1 Hoielji. stall maintain ing 11. line reputation. Charget rea.onable. Spe- rial mention to the traveling public 4 Al. I' NKWCOMII. I'rop., SJ" Ml Vernon, Ky. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, I V' pnn. a t O ilt and S ull rati. ne n Kht in JSUW . . ., in A UK 1101 sK.s.. TOBAC'i tJillSMI Dealer In preiKinil cave Mtiialod 011 the westside of the SI I IONS Vex Hail) Dally j house. If tliei'i is no Mich retreat, and no Kxprru. Kt Sun F.X Sun Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps ' time to get from the building, he should I tc Stanford i ji n'n, j 17 am i jt n'n Hoot., Shoe., I luthing. Hardware. Queeru avoid taking a (Hislriou in a northeast room, I ctingion .., 6 in pm 11 40 am $ jo.pin ware, I inware, I urniture and a " wn. better a northeast corner, tin east rix.ui, or against 7 i piu it 44 pm 6 40 pm ' K I' Jun lion Conoral Lino nu ent wall. The tornado crculis a vacuum " Ml Sterling 7 jo pm' pm it pm' 7 40pm outside, mid the nil inside a clo-t- .l limine e. ' I 19 pm " M .re head S piu &. Cand.e. Crois lie., , Olive Hill paudsHt this ... , ., t4J pm .9 .... All Kind,'""Produce taken exchange for Koodt. of of the oidiuarv " Athland 110 pm.j, pm fHuing den edition bv explosion. To I'o.tolhce, Litingtton, K Catlelt.burg. 10 4) pm 50 put pieveut this, shut all thi door- - and window, " HuntlngtoH . 110; pm' 6 , pm HUSTONVILLE, KY. liuntuigton .... l jo am on the xi'Ie towaid lie' coining storm and Lie I Air Charlc.lon ......... jj am tipett thos"on the sidoi.war from th" storm. Are .In! in the It i.me.t ami read) i du any ' Clifwn Forge. 7 ji am A fniine building is safer tlitiu one of brick tking I'1 'Br I'ndrruking line We have a full '.'.'.''"..V.'..' I.'fitl'burg K. D. RILEY, Proprietor. :ti 4 am MMk of CaM- and Cakrt. ot l kind, and Kobe or stone, Ieenue it i more elasiie, bold, to " Lharloilettille 1.. 50 am e h it nearli f everr de cnpli-n hu tlur har-" Wi.mngleo .. . !.'..1.".7..' ..ether longer, nnd does not mi readily cruiii-b- l - - j, pm new can be obtamea n ahort 'umre Mr J II " llaltimorc ... .. j ji pm nnd .rf'paiiile into fulling iniies. (trttMi ha w il! harge ot jr butirtr-t- . jkt hov " Philadelphia pm 6 any one ifed ey anything in out nur g md. If one has no appropriate shelter at hntid ' New York . ' . Xj'.A .. 9 to pm I have mot ed to my new liU' 64 If Li- should run eitner north or south, prefer-i.l.lHoteljand am better " Richmond, Va,. 1 40 pm prepared th meter to ' - . . Oldl'.iinlComfrt K ' to tin- - north Whichever way lie. Hie ""' M.ood Literyattach,d accommodate the public .1..... ' Norfolk and every convenience ii.- will have to face a wind, 11s the approachCite me a tall. 'Nl. 77 FRANK RILKV. ing whirl pulls all the nir to it, If. If there Ira.n. leating Lttingtoji St 11.40 a in and 5J0 p m dally, e.ccpt .Sunday c nnect at Vinchex-t- er . no ollur wav to avoid the swift rushing for Richmond, Ky. and pinnt. on the K C. R fl ! mr the person in danger should throw R I united Ve.tibule F. buns If face don 11 tin thegioui'd, head to the ,. ..1 , ,i fraoi New York, Plilladcl . ..1.. "g)j.lo"itviut mwaimTiCitmtoiti',. i.ni... it ttninginnanu an p,Mnt. riatt, arrite. al east, mid cover the head with the urns. Be. 1hl. nonce forewarn, hunter., and i.etmgton at 4 47 11 m daily htanfon 11 57 p in. othtr. not to tretpa.. on our land, rwhermen per. w.'ie Ihe ueighboi iio-x-l of a tleu or stump, ra.tmaiiirom ititnmono, V. anil ill rwitilm minion, a. all uch will he proevuteiiwithout lull, 10 the nnd seek a ditch or depression in the ground. ea.t, Huntington. U a. and all total ttatlont ar- ett extent of the law Signed: TIIK 8TOIIM fK.NTKlt. rive. I. etington at ta 40 noon daily etcept Snn-da- v D V. HOr.MFS A gtea. mini) plans have Miggecd Tim black riots indicate the locution of prerioua ' Dr P V LOC. k Stanford 11 17 p ni I ea nc, l' jIIi l aim'ms tornadoex recorded In the vtest. for breaking the force of a tornado, lint none Accommodation from Olitellill imlinifn.,l.,in JSH fl MeKIWMV thestorm i coutiolleil riiixiliagrniu ix taken from Lieut. Finley s lioo. of ilieui is featihle, IHiintt. Richmond, Kt., and point. on the K. C. Mr.. Ci. LYNK Ry Lctlngtoii by forces fni'Mhov e the ground The impresLOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI cent arrive, at Stxnfnrd I i 10, a in, daily, ev Mix SAM FORD IRWIN. JIO MX IIALLOU. ' on Htonns. M.ICF. TflKKR si Sundav to p ni. Klhnr Dlsplaclug CI1I01 nfoi in. is resKinii... for whirl liy a pnll of ilnrkneiw. In a word, it was sion that eh.' lie ure tltketx read read via N. N ,V M V iJiil), ri tire to rrveler-.- , I)r. l'ogt-- 'William: has made a careful uiiKpie, both n tu tlieconditloiix .surrounding lug storms is erroneous. Kits mcity is the Co., I: D. For time tard., ticket., and full information, of the hospital Ihkh.., from which it and tiie frightful lovof life and pntert i effect, not th t lUse of the tornado MOST RAPID ROUTE write or tallua it upiiear. that In ten yean, chloroform wu for u hich it ix respon.ilile. " (1 W. IIARNHV. licVrtAgsnt Loiii.v-illwa foiindeii in 1778 and incoradministered nt Kt. Bartholomew'. RJ.IWI Let attemi ted between the great toHimercia' S A. IIRO.MItF.UC.Ttut. p.i... iAct. . times with fatal results in ten cases, boing; It Imx never lief ore 1. MiRiMiv.fion-i.i'a...ALot on Main Street in Stanlord porated as a citj in citie. on the Ohio Kiter and Chicago, and hencr aUiut 0110 iu l.lTJi!. The most iiuimrtiint mut with a, serious disaster, that is, J D VRRIr.lON jdV l'.Lctiiii'ton. Kv the fatte.t tunc and ruott .onifnrtaLIc train, be tween all point, in the South, or t the WeM anc Containing The of Dr. Williams' investigations, however, :ix foniiuirixl witli the reix.iit 10 xcie. Northwett. The counterpart of thi. tram on al' 1 H calamity which has fallen upon the metroM is tliediscovery that when ether iu.iond of trunk linet 1. denoninateti The Limileti Ktpret. 51 -2 lis of Iveutiicky niitunillv brings un aue chloroform had lien uh.s during the snm.v 'I'fae utV roiliMg Mo k we employ cite, patront UnUmilcd I .mturi the ipicstluu: What can le done to safeguard 5. nod there were only three deaths out of I i tin Crab On hard pike fW.L Say Mr..n, get Monon and Mull" it i:;..Vvl b'stances. )r. Willi tins tell, its ho the future? A reply maybe given in thee want to uit money iM have a plea.ani jour ,011 Columbus BuffH-y- , nenrly now, nnd words. mtt has long been aware of tin giviier safety of rn ruin ai nm eiWi wi 9 nm ntsj-- t f ar mil ml. irmalfiit. lime ..rd "The iopultllt region of the 1,'niteil States aovornl Chtiirs 2 Rockers. ether, and he ihs.'lares hi. bebf that this is CMtAHS ItOl'TK. " lder, nufi f ! . ill n r a.Ulff . is torever doomed to the devastation of the the coiielu-io- n towards which profeissiotml W I f Kl til I r If Iho'lunU it not 'Id it wi tilli K. I or ie for rent. tornado. Ascertain ns night follows da is, THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST RCUTE fuitber mfi.rmati.'n opinion issteidily moving. 1 hi. a,... 111 n- - inkkhK ii applt tu ..r K. C Will I' the formation of tho funnel lmed cloud." I' M kOII Rl I rem Ag' Ion. Stanford Till i til HT 11(11 sh i'i R I TON 'I lieiu.'ipeullthxl "theslorm eenter" show. This is theilohlierutocoucluxiou rwictieil by Of Interest to Photographers. CENTRAL KENTUCKY l.letit, .Inhn I'. l. H. A., after years Hi., region in which tiie recent whirlwind ills I all Point. It has recently lieeu iliscoveril that jf careful attention paid to the "subject of at pl'ixi-- if. most irtilenl activity, nnd nidi tiie power of ten(ptiiniHr Hut he declnres if dbfi tliu location of former storms of a Mini-In- r dering llgiit niosphenc puenouionn. and tliat a plate of the danger cannot lie averted it i. ituioug the uuil two of the illustration, are of white ground glass, which nature, has lieen ctiverisi poissibihties at least to eeiipe the evtreme substantial struettiresdestrovisl Ht Louisville. with 11 si long Mil lion nnd allowed to dry, I'm u (' H.WTMN. A.tru.tee.f Mr. 1. Ooh. n. deed. I will. I'tfectx of its wrath. Tliere mv iiianv preinav lie u rI in th photographic lantern inFAST LINE MET WEEN ii.tru. r to cl.iM. up the e.t.lte, iell to the highest monitory signs uiiieli denote with ahuost ab- stead of lliHt of the on ina ry ruby color, bidder on MONDAY, APRIL 17. ify,. I.ountv vilute I tea (vrtaiuty theiippnmch of a t'.niuiro, I tllil) In Arrllltei tine. lll.r llllil LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. 'l'lTitsi?,l,i',i!1 h Premise, the sjivs I'opuh.r Se.oiice "ews. We Ihivo reKnell dliy Hie ,pml of tile Hip senilis not cently snii 11 i'uMuiide print ilevelopl by tho and Mam xtreett, m Dmivllle. stichiiitan oiipiitxivt', enerva'ting air, the ie- now oc. upied by J II o,r. The uuensi-uexNo- f st HUll'l I IN KM KCI NO IT, 11W0 onl) to Mincti.in, but io to ileumitd with ix culiaraud tmu.tml .silence of binU.the white light protlucd in this now uuder ; three years' !eae to an iVtellent MILEi d'Unestic aiiiiiiiiUan.l theileveliipment fAllti ever ilicreuMng uisisteoiv the union of thu luuuner, which was ptirfet't in ever) way and ant. and will prove a profitable intttMnient 10 leu the of cowmdly traits in breixl. of il.g " pure hater Ii 1. on,- f the be.t locution, in Dan 5- lieuut if til wit'i t:i-iiM'tul. Th ti applies), did not sh j the slightest trace of fogging. No 2. No 6i,aZ No6 feriK'ious. like the muMill" or the bulldog. vuie lor a bu.iur.s hou.e. . ommands n go.nl rentSouth Hound. Fx Sun. olhei tilings, to arelutis-tiiiii- l nnd en If future trials show the method to be a al mid is never vacant 'zMtSrmrAWgZX-Zs.,,. ,v, take plni e at j Iluuiau Imiugs feel weighex! down with an iiinonx Kt. Suh. -Daily It involves i,n more b " prnethfil one, thu tixtof red huht in photogti.ickin Ihe alirruuon promptlr, when terms indefinable premonition of kouio impending giiieering toi:ii -- .... in g no p ni ...... ic Known 35 PM. Cincinnati .. 3 10 so exieris pai) lo IhiiI.1 a house or raphy w ill liw'iiiiii) a thing of the p ist. . i. IIUHON I ru . &WM.1UIUJ I.ve Cot ington. Ml. The MiltriueL vc it mi 09 p m ' 4$ P l of tiie day contiinins, iKiru with mi attractive exterior than one ' i l m v 17 p m 4 oi p m t 44 I.ve Falmouth. lint in the inUierto clear and coiiery sky that oulv sut:st)es tin- - iVpiireiueut.s tor risim II IO 10 at p in 5 to p in Arr l'ari Clirlosllles hi groat bauUx of p apinr, genenjlly one and coniloi uud in outline looks uneoinpro-tnisingl- ) At .si.iiioAnimals' iiistitutolloi.e-lioeArr Livmglon vv aJI!i'n "$ p m o jo P in ! the iu Wilton placu, .11 t' SI lit- t t Invent and another in the northhi the soul lt. lit m 11 u ugly. The sniitu proHiition applies i'xnidon, recently, I.ve Pari. $4$ in, ' a very intcrittug exhibip in west or northeast, moving towards each to more pieteutiotts stilii't tires elected by Air Winche.ter.. t 05 p m ...'. 7 jo p in tion was niude f horeshoes old and new. Arr Itichniotid . 10 p m. They ale entirely dllferent aspect On Thursday, April 10th, 1890. othrr. the ordinary heralds of a insummer municipalities or by private citizens for pub4 SJ Arr I.ancatter.. P ' front lic use. Among these latter ate to lie numj to P Making t.rrt t i .nn. ti in n (rmr,il I'nion de- Arr Stanford On the nbove date I will, on the premises, offer .storm. The.v ui.ty tcemble the thick smoVo bered water towers. It has been the rule. Lve Richmond ... ' IS p ml tuit foi - nl i burning btiil bug, or a bank of fog or until recently, to legnrd the netinry but ior taie my stock, consistim3 Oi P ni Arr llerea Me higan Point Louf., I hit ago. ".'" r r n.. rom a cattle, extra cocl our., t m.u " hui1 w, vl,IK .teanl.or, If heavy and dnrk, take oil a green-for Ilnlfalo. Arr l.ivington . .. 5 JO P I0 tmuiloricd iron e linder us fulillbug nil ..unci. fietni't, ..' Cleveland. i) u pair of h bay horve mules, DulianapolU and the rt. hue. which pttvs'tges the quick coining of combined gilding, North-HounNo. 5, New Kiul.md, No. 1. j ,v0 Canada. a flciw mill Irresistible elemental foe. Some-time- s Of late, however, tho rcsid'-llof cities. fci ,1 twrear-c4fl.' marc .addle """ ayear-ol- aiiuiemare, untitle marshals those forces of gilding, jearUne aXcv including thoe who are couijiellod to g;i7 Ulhon, 31 7s pound shoutt, 3 brood sows, boar, I.ve Livingxton.. Soil a in in solid and heavy niMes; again daily ti)ou an unpleiisiug tower, have come new bugsy, road rjrt, I Walter A Wiwd Self' 10 J a in Herea.. ..i.......7.'.'.!. Waxliingiiin Philadelphia, I.ve Richmond-.lltltimore. Wood MowingLiihuiv, houtchold and they rob up lightly, but black and frowning binder 11 4$. a in .. to thecouelusioii that loft) structures of this Arr (Juicke.t tune 10 Harrodttiurg, Irankfort, Ry kiti hen lurniture nnd farm class uin ls made ornaments to the Initd-scRiihmond, VIROIN1A Shorlc.t and I.ve Stanford .."..7 poujidx of bacon, ,00 poundsimplement.. Also 800 nx the darkest midnight 700 a in of lard, p bushels ol ",". tjuickctt line to Lve Lancu.ter.... Not long ago the pi- - instead of blots. 74$ am Irivh potutoet. I will offer my turm of Arr Richmond.. 10 oj a of 11 general but unformed Hpuhir '.(DMIf-illiJArjRichmond.... Lve 10 p in 6 to a m was recognized by .Mr, oplnion in this i,..'7 Arr Winchetter .. 00 p m 7 15 am Hi'iirv l' Mever, ixbtor of The New York ? 40 p"in 7 43 am Arr Tari't Solid Train., hagg.igt car., xmokingcart and . Kngiueeriug and Building mid nt 1 Lve ciutlirx. Pullman Itoudoir Mrencr. through with- I.ve Lexiugton ... a 05 p m 7 00 a nr 3 isplrn At the same time at There are it acres broken for ,l,,nal"l "i Kraxs Term. his own expense ho. opened 11 coui.tttkin for Pari. 11 p m jo p in 8 53 am out change vi.iChalt.in oga, llirmingham, MeridCash' Falmouth. tn, makliig direct connei tifin. en toute for Knox I.ve Covington. . 4 la p ni 9 13 a m 5 16 p rn designs for. waterworks iuiupuig station ... 5 40 p ni 10 35 am 6 30 p m Arr C. T, SANDIDOF .WC'IK.'ST IHIHsKHIIORs. xille, t.hetille, l.yie hburg .ind points in the tuul a water tower. Over lift) architects Arr Cincinnati 5 50 p'm 10 45 a in 6 3S p ra T D. K.N't.l.I.SH, Aiutioncer Some of those displaytsl were the Imndiworlc t id lts resjioudetl, and the attameil far wiint had lieen expected. The first of prehistoric man, while others showed tho n theMavvillc Itranch, No 9. leave. Pari, at pri.e went tti n Milwauk No. ixiuiietltor, tliu latest developments of Nineteenth century at 545, p m, arriving al I At Chattanooga fur Atlanta, Columbus, Wilnnng i 00, a m and to 15, 11, m, ami Maysville xl a second to a resident nt lirooklvu. 11111I the ingenuity. Tho first illustration depicts; 1, 810, V m- No. ic M.icon. Savannah, tun, Charleston, Augutta, the earliest nailles (dine, from a Roman camp 5,15 in, arriving at third and fourth to Itostou nichilecls llrun.wick, Luke City, hutuatville and FLORI- leavex Maytvilleatleave. a May.ville at Pari, at Out 740, am. No. j jo and rSvJ DA points. side, the tccluiicid exivlleuce diphi)cd, tho near Muvence; '.', earbt'si form of shoe a Reward or Fifty arrive, at Paris xt 4 15, p m The.e train, are I will pav conviction of any Dollars for iiifonna The only line running xolid train, with choice in northern Kurope, spiked top, from a Scan- lion on unauthorized person chief jHiin' legnrded as solved by the comPiillmnn Iloudoir or Palace Sleeping Can to Jack' daily except Sunday. No 43 leavex Lexington 10 o am; arrive. Pari, petition is thai of weildiug to utility. konville Willi. nit change lor any claix of paxxen-gcraFound Cutting Timber or Dambaggage loajam, except Sundav. It was shown that It costs little or nothing s&F No 8 leave Cincinnati 5 10 pmj arrives Selma and Montgomery, Huul.ville, Decatur, aging any Improvements more to build n water tower archittclitralh 'Florence, Meinplu. and ARKANSAS point.. 7 io pm : except Sunday. liaiiil-otu- e ' TOltN.VKO ST1;KI.(1 A TOWN. nnn.ton Selmn, MoNo. 7 leave. Falmouth 6 00 am; arrive. Cincinthan one pheiiomeiwlly LiiiMiii-- . Shortett and iiiuke.tto On the following properly bile Direct connertionx made at NKW OR. nati 7 55 am; except Sunday The crash when the wing, of this airy Notex .No 3 runs daily between Lexingwitl.ouf omnibie- tr intler for djlvol.n, Train LKANS 'UteUrinxai lliehlund army come together nnd nnito for their .Monte Carlo outwardly is one of the iut. ton and Cincinnati, No 4 runs daily between lim Hutchiton'., t.eorge Icnowu a, V A Cash's lloutton, Au.tin, llaugtrs, Ratlin Heirs', mighty swoop to earth dpserilxvl by thoso Is'iiuliftil and nttiHitive plaues in Kuros.. Cincinnati and Lexiugton 11 Nouns' 11 ncrepIacc.W. Ter J1' Not. 1 and 6 make connections at Winchextci r y who have witnessed it as something dialioli-cnllhut nioii' stilt'ides occur theie than at any of TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Win Long's tornointsontheX N tt M V Ry At Cox-grand and awe inspiring. Thu noi-.- ) the enpitals ,,f KunN. The great gaming IMPORTANT Trainxol this hue now arrive hrceinauand Gap K. W, Ilutchiton't 40 acre farm, through line tn Juikton and ick.burg, The only R. barren s timber tracts on Buck tho angry roaring" of uncounted establishment is reonsihlt! tor 1111 untold at nnd Mix. , Shreveiorl I a,, making din'ct connertioni Station depart from the Central Union I'utsengci Creek, J07 acres, John Turnbulli, 317 acres, John beasts, Cincinnati, making connection, for alt of prey, or tho confused yet iwrsUteut amount of iin.tv , nnd every gold piece of vritlmut nmlulni. transfer for D.ill.is lort Worth, ix-, " m. 00 acres, 11. points North, Kust and West. owers, 100 J"' Auttin San AntnniH, HI I'aso and polnlxiu acres John j. narri. Anderson's, 14 acre, and sullen iMHimiug from n Wile Held. Then protll might ubutxsl lie said to lie wet with Through tickets and baggage checked to any ash Harris . acre, Freeman's, 800 acres . begin the terrible progress acrosvtowti and human Mood. destination reached by a railroad. ....,, o TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. ; .. For full particulars address anv agent ol the Co. Robin.ou Mill tract. I 'I'nl.ln'- - ln.n. vllluge, the country side and city. The lingo .K,.'!.M:,rra,.Joel ' e'ry farm- - ' Gouch'x .....!. K.H.BACON, S. F. II. MORSE. S ,arm on Glade KiJsc, 000 acres, tarm, domonof thu uir leaps with gmnt strides from The Hen, l'or through rates correct county rrjipt and full .rJ!ll1 that links the letter uud MUUKlt.V lt)UsIlilK.s. Traveling PasYg'r Agt,, Gen'l Pa.s'g'rAet., jo acre, Henry Miller., 44a acrev ridgo to ridge, or el. chooses soma river val-lo- y oysters tradition can Imj traced lgick ntIIleast, diuuvian titttitiliis; S nnd-l- two s'y's of information cull on Agent ut Junctloif Cltv, Ky., Lexington, Ry. Cincinnati, O. togeCier Stephen liurch'i, 75a acrej, D. b EdmUton's KIIANK W WOOLIXV, oraddrcm for its route and rushes onward over iU a far as W.I. MUNSON.Trav. Pass. Agt.. Cincinnati. when liutler, wrote in bis tract, Strode Hottte, Cottage near depot at CraS Tuv. Paw, Agt., Lexington. Kv. the time of the ej,rl,. Cnssirsi. ILK. HUNTINGTON, General Manager. D. ti. KDWAKOS,' Orchard, Hotel, Cottage nndSlorehouf e at Otten-- " appointed courstyleuviug behind a mtliwy "Diet's Drv Dinner:" "It is unseasonable, C C. HARVKV Iu the second picture nre .how u: fund :.', vaGENERAL. OFFICES: marked by ruin, jleolation ato.1 death. G I'.iT.A,, . J OITENHEIMKR, ml mivvliol'isiiiimiti all mouths that have not rieties of rjje inotlerii uailUs .shoe; ,'', shoa Chamber of Commerce lluildin.', Cincinnati, O Cincinnati, O Agent for Owner liothh.g can stop-th-e tornado save the ex- - an It in the. iiumo to eat an oyster." :t Kith a rubier fn pad shoa. ir i'i Leint.n, J". HE. Coir itad lime lard Iffecl ah I., ia.rf Hall) ifattMa.l Actun. ' Dll.l.lONs HILTON" sVt!XH,K I 1 of Crocorios, 111 J. T. STTTTON A CO., . . . 1 THE RILEY HOUSE, I London, 1 I Kentucky. Itiil m tn ' 'Ta.lt of falling liuiiiliiis Miiv.-rilw- l tliH.n 1 of tlia wiiiiiiilcl, Inavti liivirts nml willing linn.U txero not foiitnl wniitlni; In iuhmi tin ttliur-Illleln- l I'tiiHrni'V. Mill I tlltMuil tli linml liotii'x ti.l ilititu tti iirK'1 the luimr of rfrttin liy tlm liglit of tilitziti otmctiuv. vth'-roilire wns. ciiti)1etliiK tliu work Iwtiti by llm ttiml TIih weiiM itfter tlio storm mix liiviruvml iiiK, lMiroii',MlliliiiK, Anifnrtiii. rnilitl 110 tortiiiiln evr ill I micu wift nml diiullv uorU on tin iimtinyit nx tti" one winch i'Iioxo 1iiiih illi- - for jlti' ceiitml objeot if itx M.itli. It vd. of a kiiiIiiii- iifitiii-- mil lell"i tn iiiiiiiv reK.'ot tlio Ihw lit iii iloivti It h.'ts siiv en iiij; tlifB iiatiirai piioiiuiii.'iit giMiMrnllv lut-i- t hi'lil tlmt 11 imiv of iH.wH;tiibii sire tviiiil.l turn n wtinl 11. iimticr liow tiet'i-'Thu i inirt illjimvei. The iiiHXIliiiliit uiilth of iiovi.iim turiiitdot vn ilitcml nt fifty vanlx. Tno liOiiUville liln.f ctleiiihil f tnlf to xiilf (i full Imlf mill- - FoniiT the "t.'t.l'Iuil" lieil ' li.ive tillvfli .l.if.i Tlio niino-- t ezcliixivelv 111 th" nfteru kiii. latitat horror linil ntt extrn torror mhlel to it tn-. vUita-tlouxo- llio llrl MMfiUimt 'lltkiil iiiilli tuniliU'. lhu ttliirlwinil was hiii'lcl ilowti mi'iii tliu firfitvof Iilli.villf it M no nmnl that, xvoix? wlin tlio OlIltT uvoniii tliu lllllll ul llllllvof iiiii .mil llnw t iLiiiysiis5f?c I 1 "'-'Sx pres-Mire- lti ' 1 , .. I ...JJJ s&i s. r .X'0l,i,v.,,, .'"V" v - POSTED. A NKW FAST MAIL ark' Tnn xoiilli-i-entr.i- In-e- n il;lU.l'!,-,iJlc,MK,,- s u-- jwrsoimllty and extremo capacity for linking wnrm friends or bitter foM, (Jen. Kobert C. Schcnik, who dierl reenntly ut AVnshington, xrns the object during hi. Itfo 'linn of much exaggerated prnl and nn etpmlanwmnt of undue crltlci-tn- . IVrhapi the greatest ntorm of abuso tlmt ever ourwl lljion his head fell just after I'lcidenl lind cotuuiissioned him brigndier general of volunteers at tin- - outbreak of the Intectvil war. Schftick whs n civilian, n l.iw vet.n politician, an ex diplomat!', lut of military affairs ho knew nothing, and thowi opposetl to lilin said so in plain terms. lim npjKlntiuent was dinounced in one lendlup; uewMMi)icr as an outrngo on the soldier.-- , ami it was suggested that he lie turned over to fome orderly sergennt. ot the tegular army and "made to drill like sixty for a mouth." It was only a little after his entering on active military service thai rrilici found n new- - occasion for reiterating their original vievv.x. The general was engaged in securing possession of the I)udouund Hampshire rallro.nl. At Vienna the train conveying his fores was tired upon, theengine"r uncoupled the locomotive and ran away, ami Scheuck's handful of men had to face a Imnd of very eager and active opioneiits. Tliii truth of the matter, as afterward establish, l, was that the comlmtntits ou both sides displayed crixlitnble ttnirage and came out of the contest with honor, but Heheuck's divlared that be had been ignuiuituous-l- y routisl. and s.ircatically dubbeil him tho "hero of Vienna." Tiie probable tensous why President Lin coin gave Schenck his commission were two Km- - one he knew the man to 1st in niiinU-r- . uble, aggiessivo and btavu. And ngain ho considered hlinelf under great htmhim1 obligation. It may not U generally known, but It is nu actual fact that Mr. Lincolu garo Sclienck the credit of firt miming him for the presidenc). In .Septemlier, 1W.W, Hie former addressed a meeting at Dav ton, O., on issin- - of that eiiis. th- - Kilitinl Allusion being m.iJo to the subject of the next presidency, Mr. Schenck suggested "that if an honest, sensible mail was wanted, it would 1st well to nominate gentleman from Illinois who had just addressed them." However, if tiie liemuing of Hchenck'). imliiury career was not glorious, either through lack of exs-- i icnco or want of opjsir-tunity- , he showed conspicuous gallantry and ability later ou. At the second battle of Hull Ktin, while in the thickest of tho tight and urging his men forward, a ball struck lii.s right wrist uud his sword lrnpicd from hu hand. Sa)s onu of the historians of the war: "Soldiers still enjoy telling of the genoral's ruge and fearful rttiprecutioiisat the loss of hi sword." He ri'fued to the Held until he had recovered It. The wound Injiuvd his right arm, and for thu leiuaintlcr of his life Gen. Scheuck wroU with his lei t baud When minister to Kugland Gen. Scheuck liecame the target of :t g(Mxl deal of adverwt he comment rviortsi to havfi publislietl a look on jioker plav ing for tint Use of the English nristoi'incy. "l'ikor Hob," as he was nf terwards called by his never ttsnk the trouble to dnny tlm clmrg", hut his friends claimeil that be simply wrote out the rules of tlio game in compliance with the retptest of a lady. She had the manuscript put in tyix! and issued 11 few copies of the pamphlet for private circulation. . Gen. Scheuck spent tiie iH.t years of his life iu absolute retirement. lit gathered aUiut linn a few old friend-- , but cured to make 110 new ones. As one of lis biographer savs: "Ills enemies spoke of him ns selli.h; hi friends called him vvhole. soulcii.gpnerouii, big heart!, hosiiitable. IJ11-coln sun-ccssf- ul SklK-nck's es e e s Like all men of strong convictions, ng-greI- ve j THE FOR SAXjE! 1 r 1 !. ro-su- hot-ro- r i, Kentucky Centra! R.R. "IIII'J'; Acros of Land, ' m ttSg ml UP, Ml m - V , . 1 "itS"- QIusteats PUT S2S5"i45Qr FOR SALE. lS2- IirSINKSS PROPERTY. uuu-uctiui- 11 -- ' 94mSSSk 110 mv&'Z$n) vnVfeasiK aYa j!jW. wm ijirAagsiij -- , iHiu-HCti- - it-- M . 111 . 1 PTTBr.IC SiSXE s. 1 - d, ., 1 b 1 d. York, Iloston, 1 '"" thrrt-xearo- ltl 1 . d 1 1 1 1 1 n 111 1 y, 177 Aoros for Rent ri-p- ect Ibs-ord- - 11 . r'-u- - $50 REWARD 1 1 1 .S rmfPrc. 3K u.-o- - ', s "-- VA .... , l0-6- l, .X, V. -- . 2t.. - .,.. , ., Ijtti-- V - Jk 4-- , 'i j, . i long H)inliil caiKH's shot out flllwl withsaV-a- f, luokltig fellows, who paddled dirtvtly for BELLES OF BALTIMORE. A GROUP OF MAIDS AND RARELY BEAUTIFUL MATRONS. flie Lotetlnes Itetpert. of Three Charming Girl ('ontrustcil with That tif Three Married ladles ltnltlmnre I Like rirl in Onn i i of Baltimore, has for several roars been considered ono of that city's prettiest women. Sbols of medium height, of n beautifully rounded figure, with n Taco fair, dimpled nud humor loving. Somo of tho finest entertuln-ment- x In Baltimore have lieeii Riven nt her magnificent homo cu Charles street. Sho is n jerfect hostess nnd popular. Sho leaves sho wi;l remain shortly for nuivpo, elchteen months. in tho Mouu-mentTlio nnit talked of I C ity Adelo iiorwitz. She ha a leputHtMii as nsurcd at that of Marion Langdou or Snlllo Hargotis in New York, and sho has xxon her laurels as tho BaljVar excclleuco in Pniladcl-phin- , timore Nnrnignnsctt I'ier and Bar Harbor. Sho is the only daughter of II V. Horxvitz, a rmmrnt biismes man of Baltimore, nnd through her mother, xtho was tho daughter 'if tin world known physician, I)r Uro., slio I'hilndelpliia nud is connected with the ICciiluckv families. Sho is tall, fail ly slen tier, ami royally carries a head of marxelous beauty on her white shoulders. Tho coloring of that head is equal to it! grace, for it is produced bx the p ilest t o nl tno cheek and the golden brown of the. hair. Her color is iiexcrhigh, but always of that pale tint soon in the hedgerow. Eyes blut nud well opened, brows arched, iiom; lino and .AIR CAGTLES. nlw Ut Hit's. JESSIE TVsOS. .Although the Monumental City ha numerwhom society with common consent nxtards i, tho palm. They nrw the thrco joung Tyson, Mix Alexander Mrs. tuu-trot- ous itrih luautits, there nie a half dwell to Brown, Mr. Frank Brown, and tho three maiden", Miss Adeic Horwitz. Mi. Ileliecca Wtlliim und Ml-- s Lotn Itohiuson. Other Joxcly Bnltimoreaii ore Mr. Alfred Kitchio, she who xvit Virginia InlHi, Ixichmoud's famou lKimtx . Mr John Van Bibber, onu .into Mnlliu Luby, with mnbvr cjesnnd nch brown hair: Sirs. William Yutcs Perot, and dishing .ill if May, oucu tho linn-re- o of Juiiu Uordon Bennett, ami Imin Morn, the loveliest debutante of tho ast biu-tiette, Jco j veuson. Baltimore I like Pari in that young married women rule swiety nnd retetvo tho homage of tho treiuudnii sw ell, who as tho A toting matron nrtlev lehutrtiiie Tywhom no maideu run rival i Mrs J son. Temty.'ou "urnii lovelier in his "Dream of Fair Women."' As Mi. John, of a fumil e patrician und old. sho had haruly tho one knew of a modern lx?ll. h. ee w' 4s 'iita fysiff m (HT f um , V t ue-cn- MISS ADELF. HOIIWITZ. Cx-er- f. If i Vi&m&mSw'W ...f to i i MmMI" .&, nnow.v. 1 I m hW3'4 if? fniall, and a riante mouth make up tho other nttnbutesof the lieautiful Mis lloritz. She hjistLe wellgroomol look of a high bred Kng-lisin tho qutto fetching gill, but dre-s-- s maideu. Two yeurs ago, fahiou of n when blio mode tier debut, even Baltimore was taken bj storm, for her mother, a witty, brilliant woman. gno a seriei of eutertuin-meuin liei honor Tliero was u luncheon for ladies, n large theatre party tho time uijlit and i lud poudre tho following oveiimg, and by the three was MlJe. Adele successfully launchtsl. Slie was seen last winter at the Assembly iu rhlladdphin nud nt several other balls in the Quaker City, and was also ono of tho rideil at thoDumbJaue hunt in Washington, where several little dinners weiegiveu in her honor. A girl who is considered ery loely iu Baltimore is Miss llubccca Williams, the (laughter of an old and wealthy family who have lived for half a century In a tlue brow on the historic .Mount Vernon Place. Miss Williams has lecu uu invalid tor a jeur past, but her illnes has only seemed to idealize nnd make her mote lovely. She is of thf Fn-nc- im. alkxaxder im Str-- her to Ikj wonderfully pretty, Iffit ho was khy, and it was not until her engagement to the wealthy bachelor, Mr. Jesso Tyou, was nnuouueed that they uwolre to the fact that the lovhet muitleii of tho aon was to be wcl. Mr. Tyson was worth a million or two, nnd two generations of liellfs would willingly have laid their hearts at hi fe t. Mi-- s Johns wniN-arcelIS when the marriage took place. There was a jear'.s sojourn on tho continent, und when a year ago Mr. nnd Mr. Tpjii returned to their htately home, Baltimorvunx (nuiid that the brido na even lovelier than tho debutante. Bather hort, but with a terfect Dguiv, an oval fuee, exquisitely iikmIcIhI, mncs of black Imir, dark eyes, Mift rather than suKlmg; a mouth tender and wistful, of it manner tnatchlu.. in its diguity that i tho pictuio of the young matron whom men admit e ami women commend. Her voico lias the frankness of a child's and the peculiar contt oiled quality of n high bred w oinau'fv. Tim pietui e of her given hei o !t by a London artist, and in it her chief beauties, color nnd expression cannot lie liiowii. Her cheiks are of asgloning red as y PD AWiSvM w MIXS KKCKCCA WILLIAMS, i ' Baltimoru tyM, tliat of the pule In addition to t'io leauty of wife blue efs and fair hair, sho has u lovely mouth and teeth as one ev r wes and n w inning e.xpie.iou. S'iio is ono of tlm few lovelv American girls whom the great Fiench portrait painter, Alexander Cubauel, consented to )aint, nnd the picture ned hero is copied from it. At the timo she for the sirtrnit she wan ill, and it shows her more ft.igilo thnu sho N, and witli dark circles under the eyes. MLss Williams inherits her beauty, for n Healy Hrtralt of lur mother shows lier to have i a tarely beautiful woman of tho same solt, lellued t pu as tho daughter. Both her father nud mother are dead, and it isthrough the former that she is relatisl to tho A jounger bister, Mis Charlotte, is counted among Baltimore's prettv girN ll r face is piquant nnd charming and slie lm . exquiite)j rounded figure. second blonde. ied Bona-parte- MKS. KKAXK UKOW.V. tho rare Ulricii Brunuer roe, and her e.vpre-ly'o- n (s at oucu modc,t nud nppealing. It has been aid that Baltimore's beautiful itomcnhtok alike, either bung fnir and lily like or iiiifuthomably brunette. Mrs. Alexander Brown, though not rebuilding M!rN Ty.-on iu feature, prrxluces the same effect on tha eye, for they both have tho same black-hair- , dark ees anil ricli coloring. Mrs. Blown bus murrieil seven years and has two lovely littlo daughters. She was Mhs Beio Montagu, Baltimore, born and bred, but many men ouUido her own city wero her suitors, und it wus said that two or threw New York millionaire, felt chagrined when they herd that tho liellu of Baltimoru had choeu to marry iu her own city. Mi. Alexander Hi own is connected witli tho widely known liniiking houe of Brown &0.,uud is the only con of the senior member. Mrs. Alexander Brown looks liko a girj of 18. Her figure I fairly )erfect, her riiui and throat Wing white, ilriu ami round block hair a la Bretouue, nl. She wears nncurltxl and shaped to the forehenil. Not MtisHed with dowering her with lieauty, Mature has given her quick wit, and she is a most excellent dinuer companion, quick us lightnlug in her repartee and a strange quality in a woman a food raconteur. Mrs. Frank Brown, wife of tb postmaater lx-e- n HISS LOTA ItOntN&O.V. hr 'ot htrictly beautiful, hut with an arch and vivacious manner that makes her ar ticulurly attractive, is Mivs Iota Hobiusoii, daughter of Mrs. John M. Hnliiuou, one of tho most famous society leaders Baltimore has had iu many a day. MUs Kobiiisou is tall, srucefully formed, and dresses iu a ktyla peculiarly Iwcoming to a brunetto. She is a bit dashing and daring in her dress, but hr couservatlvo city teems to like tho change from more demure beauties, and she is uni' versally popular. . Carolks SirroN Pepp-ch- the rtihlrx thai llM nilitaly paddling for ono MVond of ttiietlel aina7-uu'i- it. For the tx'ln who dwelt In till castle or air Then our lille llijr laked throiigo the Llis under tho sod oh, so dss eifis-t- , and m an in tout 'Neath the tmds nnd the IiIosouih, so frch and o canoi-- with deitdl) they had pltlligisl icrlNi-ud- , Anne never to fair, :ii- .vfi:wv n 'A . m 1 1t m w - i-- .v "s. Is itr: With tho ilcs of the morning asleep Iu her hair. rio again, of her stiikmg out wildl for the k wlilhi the alxiudnlitsl iii.ii- - llnnte.1 oil And my hettri tiiigaa dirge to the theme of l shore, v Molr. witli thoctirient. O'er tho prae w hero she he fxt adt-p- . iB'j2& fl Ono lug sctxige, who eemtl In Ik the t & UadelplJ-tldgtr leader, gut iiinfu).s and droxo trnihl to r:, TTT waitl the Ui tL lie came to tliu urfaee so c loo that I reachril out nud caught him b A DOUBLE SUIMMI1SK. hi long blal'k hair and, with IteilwuV mice, Imul'il him stiuggilng and kicking on For the llrt few wieks after we went into hoard By this time num of ille dacoil had camp ut Titlo, away up in I'pjur Btirinah, on reached III" shore, and their loud outi r a Isillli'l' -s. the head water of the Iiunnd.lv riei. we slionjil plainly tliat it wa tlttr ehirf wno s-?- s r- " ho, have jou fmiml,' I nksl my me.1 I tn' l'!"ds I .j jiil i'ImmiI had it pretty st ill timo of it, and what with L"'1 leal frieial, "in voiir experieii'-- e us an expert, i to gtve tliein niuulier ol to oidtr the flghtiug ilacoitx und locating siibniilitury MMXIUIM 111 K AS I I M ,VKU VOItK to be most t'CiMie to iiuiouil triiuhlel" stations a Unit tho country our hands were ley, when a loud cr Iishii the sleermmi riiiptoxs it ne ther I alutnlMii, writing, nor of unsnccowiful fitnuers The xxtxt full. Then, just nttotit the tune things lieguli oxerliead nttrai'teil my at entm i, nt,d lookmix otlui muuu'il exi. ,, ..n max to settle down, u new dilllciilt'i arowe, for ing dovxn the iixer 1 axx it tghl that lusuix down as n fact that that prrsoir- - mentalset it Thv mix generallj faithful, loving lillsal- mw'ts, who start tlsir wrshhsl canirxvith I than a quarter uf a froo in) IiIinuI what littl cultined land there was had is gone He or lu may ciuxer.t lutel - henrts full of lnist. They work hard, and boeu roblied and plumUred by the riniiilt., mllo distant u js'rfecl Jleet of cauoos wero niiro gu.tniltlg ,elr hllslKllKl nlMt wol k hnrxl. A lutd sea- in;eiui, ii my in wi y and sot lie poor Burineo found tie . 'les in moving "in into tho .lnuin fntiii Imth iin-i-in uiiml dlMed niiiiuii'iiiiiHw mn nr a lug lorm eni"( a iniiure oi iiie aw that we xi n Iwqxle.!) danger of starting, nnd the nurst of it nu a lion, and care und running, but the telllnle thumb will ,n, The farmer is eoinjellt-- to mortgage looked as though wo might have to staro cut off. iiifallibl. Iwtniv the lurking maduc xxhlch hi plneo lo provide fot irrent cxmiims anil Two if our iMMitmeii at olico plmigtl oxer- with them lie Madrn I'luiieeiv whom 1 Is'hind a platisililo dcneaiior." is oiling und toek Tlett thi next eui' coinmande,!, wereii brave anil sturdy lot of J """''I "iul niniujf tiw ngin imiiik ith thi iiitnslii tion the geutliiman coiipkt must ton inon than exer. for they not but I mux only too pliiliilx that then" jwiired in the J'.ngle. 1 ism less IwusUullj tho xrrlter ini.i tin roomv corridor wiMi scaut rations xx ci having n eriou elfei't. scared. My liil seuuiion wa mipriw at anil eMcnstvo xxanl, whenmi uro secludtsl onlj tiuve to hxe,l lilt lo ny uilen-- t, looml(iles nltxny the big tihtek prMi.-qki! Inritis, Tlien I s'lng uei u iurg" fori Forawhilonatixe trader- had the unftirtiinnti". for w limn ixiteuce has our t'i H. In tin i limisy old crnft issi.! to lot x tr hut littU more thnu )i phyicnl j ing Up m lie Inn ikv't miihI The limn is away down the Irnxvaddy in on tln-iwa) to Tho woiiihii iu the Held eiu-l- day, bu Mandahiy, cnirxing gold leaf and indigo, wo would la oxerwhehmsl by sheer font of IIiiiU it little after s'rformlwg her It Was sweet oil nnd pickldl tea. aid, what wns of uuinoers, with nochaucttof owit". "'I here."' hi rouliiiiiMl, xiiutlng io it x ener- dutle and far more vuluo to ,i, iinimiiiitsiuitl iNiimnns, j unless to nltinpt to iiuch tho 4uuv. Tho abb. tliHllltsI old man, who returned the hoiluhold few months sits doxvn to think. he plans simple reoti'-lilie"For a tl slightly blanched were eggs and rice; but the dacolt along the men with fact doctor's sulm with a eourttsui tuixt. of his' fall to and vutIIIisis. ThfM.'W lurtiks of tho liver, wnvltld und h'g my milers. IiiiihI, ' I a intieiit xx ho iis rmlx(l only it brighten, slio thiuklug and It;Iii to strmjgh ami a m Ulier ileatll day or I wo kjjo. robbed them so'often that thev wete liegin- - ' A v is umlllix, and it doncou IniKsl. Next she get melancholy, itiscour lung to hull it mote protitnhlH . tn nl wereull tlmt wt r left to n, and I wns jut in th church lo xxhleh In I s4 Ou every ngeil. tirtsl of lift. Tho xveary brniti glxe i when a glance at Umi V boat xxns now niiiiu alsiut to tell ihocit home, and it trader subject, sax r 'UghHI, hei .f fitlv rjtloli.il. xx ay. und tin hnppx girl of a few ymrslxirk sullen miilitmiiinisi of our inptiv Inspiitsl and curious thing. hjIuu ho Is tho limit woman of inlay. Talk Of lis it in the iii uh.ii tif "Well, Capt. Charlton," stild n cheerful me xx lib u brilliant idwt. , The llrt meal IkTi'i imtMitea a htligrMi nuiUHtc for elttMt IU big el lies' It I knew ihtsofla'siiU were cminixl ut hurtrt took with u in the largo dining voico as I sat suukiug u elieroot lie fore my iium xas toil ono evening, "pondering oxer the foisl and, turning to the chiei, I uiuatert up my Mippis' On bring shovxn to lih.Mit hn buried Is nothing lo the ceneen ) Krind of dally tent stonv and ernjH on ft farm xvlie oil , Ituriie-- e ami snid (lervi-l- y liH ntxfiil u ut problem, are jottf Don't worry. I liavo senntyiViow his liuiMlk, nppnrenlly miKitgi! in Tiieiiiieap.au the xntuin of vkv nnty : "You dug of u roldsT. if fouud n sin o solution for that. sir men coiuo sifoit jra x or. Into the asx lull', tin country the honent The sjieaker xtas Lieut. IUslver, und ho it yard nearer 1 xxill shout xm i the ssit," wIhi can't ma Isith nd meet.'' looked very liappy nud contented as ho pulled and I pulled out my rexolxir n 1 flkt. Bioomlngilnlis In New York cit, as weil "LUteif," I said "An Loilsiimnn never out a camp stool and at doxxn ut my side. as nearly all tin large axlum UinHishout "I haveaplcudid idea," he went on. "Half lies, and you know it. Bid)our tuun goUtck the I'uihtd Stutiixand Cniiadn, xxn arriiugei a doieti of tliost coxxanlly traders xxoif in toshon'aiwl let our ismtsgolix iiiimohrkttsl. xv it Ii Uh ol.Jts'ts ill x low : euro if pisvohle shall When xxn. ,ie, fixo miles lnl.nx camp this morning during your aUeiicc jou make conifivrtnblnnnywny. Tin penerul plan Is set free," U to give them some prottetion. 'It -fey I to have sun m nsims, recretition hall- -, The robtiei- - hook lit head sullenly, and I (seems tlie d.."oits hux-rohbvl txvo Isiats Iu sitiTlaiiinieut, gardens gymuntiuin an I tho past xvcek. There is a xvhole net of the aw with aim in that xro wro fust drifting exeix m.IIx devil for plntsniltly iKS'iip) xTretclie. nliout ten niilcs ulsixo hero. These do'.x ii into thu horde of canoe. I sprang fornig and dlx citing the tlitrnftl nilml 'III-o- ld ward and cird him by the thrxvit, pieing traders circled round to avoid them, and day of brutal treatment paisod nwax they rcjHirt a iKxit loud of xtulT lying at a tli mid iiiuiclo of the mvolver ugalut his with ii gejwmttay thAt Is dead nud gone. Of villago txventy mile3 up thd river xxhicli Ihev linked binit. iiiit. fmui time to time the jmbWi b"r 1 1 'Stop, stop, suhllk"." Iw eriisl, falling on are nfinid to bringdown. Now my Sdea is a oiitiaj, at xarlou pktce jfrieiraioii this. Supisx xx e taken picked dozen of jnen his knee. "1 will do xottr bshliitg; only tendaut, but they moy be set tlonn as ths w life." spare inj' and go back with these fellows. Then rxivptittiin tlmt proxe the general exltenc :l-f"Make hnste,' I crlisl, "or xou die. ou the hide ourHilxvs in tho IxiJt. stmt down the of l.niiI ami huinniie trtsituient if tho river und when the dncoiLs como out to "po" I'ltru Davtdn He advaueud troiubhng t the front of the board us xx h sip uji and give them a leaden I assure you they will trouble no Ixjat ill ml J held by Bedxersand one of the reception. A STRANGC SUICIDE more traders' boats,uud in future we will feast men. and iu n loud voice iihln.ed hi a royally s tho Itajah of MtintilKirv himfrieuiL. motiouiiig thou bacUxxurd as he Mm .111 self. Now, 'hat do jou think of tliat, eae sKke. Uhllo I'rnirriilril iir H'4 Mic nl My knoxv ledge of Burinee xxa c.iut, but tninf" t'iiiiiind xilinl? I expre.o.l my opinion xvjth n hearty cln p I could remiily make out that he xa assiir-- i Was Jeie White a luoliomailiiw or wis ing tLcin thnt hi llfodepsmdeil ou their goon Bislvers' buck. she the victim of a fiendish The next morning I picked out half a dozen ing to shore and letting the English sahtlis e-Tilt Is the tpietl'in ligitating the eoplnof I good men and, taking Bedver ulurtg, of go by unharmed Juliet, lll., at preelit. The otli r day, whilN xx e was ti moiui nt of dreadful hiisM'iio and It put ourwlves under til. guidance coursf, driving iilxiqt thecitx in a titrrl.ige, Ahecom-nutti- l TIIK Till Mil TKsT. of tho Buruieso trader and started for tlm for a time th lsuo xas uiKXTtnin. Tlien to suk-ldi- f lx sliooting. She left it not ' He (siiitimiisl liiuii'ixablo until all the1 uiX'Iiilr thnl she roil Id tilll(l the nerMlllifdl village, txventy mil"idlt,int niv tiiiriMiiLnhli jot th (lacoith xx lib exery j"-. .; i... That is, it was txrenty miles by th xxntei. evideuci' of liallhvl rugt puddled sullenly to other had llmhed nud left, 'inn of ',, i no longer -- thereby referring to an uutnld but it tea. at leat thirty by tli; xvuy our shore, s me c I he right lutu'., s'ltnu to the xxalter touchisl him ou tht siioulder. numls"r of a noil Villous lettel-- . lettectillg CXI guides led us, for xxn circled axvay bjf k fjauu left. Amid hileme tlmt xxa Intense wa said 'Amen ill n loud xoie and hsikud up lirr liunii'ter xxhicli have btsjti its'eivril by oxer a ample of mountain drifted right doxvii into that hornet's nest, A gl.tnis Miowi I him that all lliefissl was In r fi ii'iiib, lata e nnd Hinpialutniicen durthe rixcr, cros-itnMtve a. littlo lireit'l Mini duller. Ill ing the pat two jeais. ranges and wading through bamboo swamps Uelxers elillchtug the dacjlt chief, watching the dusky fare for the least sign of treachmeal,cotisipioiitij. wits it slender one, but he nnd thorny jungle. The letteis to the oiing girl herself thient- It was a perilous trip for such a handful of ery, the men nervous but alert with rifle said nothing. Next morning, howerer, he ii n I'd her wit h inon and we xxre all glad when wu arrix'tst actually ut full cock, tlio reuialuiug Burmese nits the first to outer the hall, fiolug from death. Noilewlijis huddled together m the IsSu stupid with table to table hetsillocted thoillAVreol x lands exer i"ii obtalueil ut the xillagu nliout nightfall. It xrns a mere trifle of a place, but It wits flight, and fnlhu crow's net oxerhrad tL he thought would plrnx hi vtlnte, und piled to tho writer, nr ncircled with a strong stockade of leak logs, steersman guiding the big paddlu xxlth hair- them up iu front of his plate. Then he en- though one man n circled them with his arms, Istwtsl liis head, came under supl breadth ace lrHCX and the natixes had made such it heroic It was n is'iiod of li'iirihlo unci rtalutr, and isilltiliuisl hi dexotlou it long as he clou, xxn uirlisl on tho several occarioiin when it had been attacked by daeolts that the robbers and when nt lat the clumsy craft floated cluxe, isiulldeiit thitt, xx hell lue righUou ' found the Isiat right Iwtween the louble row. of cauiss the man lookrtl out for hime,lf, ho nnuld not Indicletl, trltsl and had ijaed to molest it. found not guiltx raoortsl along the bank. It wa a typical susiien!) was almost uiilx'nndile. From both want for food." If While was plca-J- i kind sir. Burmese luirgc, the xery counterpart of n sides scoits of dark saxage fact xxatchdl u "Ive tne, i luvo lite, oh,phitMi luxe meMis xtciiiu oi a V toy Nouh'sark, with shelving roof ami sides sharply, keen),', so l'ueo. iudceil, that one notHsl) emits for iu", won't yu - rJf coxxurdly asntsiu coiiitructisl of movable hutteiv that iqienwd could see plainly their gteusx h'k, the urna ' mef" of en a rue tt r ii' nil Tin sKaker wna lietmtiful srirl. ilro-s- l downwanl on hmges toward the water It nieiite uhttcriiig ou their hnlf nakol Isslies punishment 11111 of her gnvit black ex i by it big tcru paddle nud the and the xxenioiis flrml.x luK'hed iu their in white, the glory was prois'lli-ti) cxei e for the to move by dimmed by uiiutterabli) siiilne. nud burnt inl'erisinl, tx h ii teerniau occupied u little t.overcsl platform quivering hand. We that wns built up oxer the roof ut the rear of Inches, and I ouiM win co reprcs a shout of lit .oe om or grmi'illl out lioHies npMsil. dlsCOXuled, hut It l.M 7 HITS'. Lvery exo xxn h:ed on the Her nuns xxelo outstreUiht!. but her Isslj i rlaimisi iu some quarters that hn wrote thubojU Wo delated our departure until impatient'!!. hud tenw) lints ti it, a thixigh sli xxaj prefai- - of llnlxir' rcxolx'er afteriuidiiight o as to reach the decoy ps chief, but in tho the lettei hiil'self. being the ticlim of l b'on. thalduk-- indixidual. who held all our lixes wiring ti shrink from uu tion nliout dawn. and a thiist foi uotorlelx. The tba'tor's face grew stem. "Pisir little make no sign, mal so we The grateful tmtixe plieii ii with foisl und in hi bund, diut-From tho inivigcr doxe.ipiti.iii m f.tr child.-- ' he sighed, "for she I nothing mm el drink, nud jut lieforoxxe sturte-- uu aged drifted on hi soh inn silence. achiexil it hsik rather doubtful whether thu I knew how ferxehtlx tho savages lougeil than a child; sho Is the xictimofu mock uiiir- - lux phoonge ollered up prayers for our success in x ix ill evil mi eleuivl up Hveu the ri.ige, brutnl trtsitmeut und desertion. She an old pagoda that stood on tho bank Wo to let (ly Iheir deailly sisal's. hi own Uilluciice, was visibly is meluucholy mad, nud nothing but some stotved oiii'm Ives uxxay In the iuterio)' of tho chief, iloul-tiuThe slioutlii" ul II ll. II. (.Million. boat, among thu bananas and cooixtuuts. nud disturbed, nnd I think he was ns much x gi eat fright will rcstoro her reason. At the i sun preis'iit xxhuti thu Isiut lMt, the chances for iwovcry would only ! til u mix cutting loo from the bank xxe glided out on Hon. Daniel II (Jllllm: f trpper wVlton. lloatisl wi- the last hiiiifltor caiux's and the ex en, for the hock might kill instead of cur- - Ilk., who now llesilangeroiislx ill from the t)us.luggih stream icn river lay ahead of us. I wheeled round, It w iu, x cry dark and very quiet lied vers fir.vta of a pistol wound, xvas the victim, it I would niiii, of a xery iiiysteriousattack. und I sat out ou the deck with the boatmen, rilln iu hand, lait no u dacolt slit rei), and iu lie l wa uwakelitsl nun nlht feci litly by a noise, for it xxns necearj to keep a sharp lookout. this iOsiliou I rematired until u curxe iu the J hid the enemy from view. The profile; of the shore could lie tvien but river and ou mbiiig to inxestlgnto wit shot down VCv Wo held ou to our prisoner until xve by uu tiiikiiottn intiuder who then ccnped. dimly, und the steersman toiiud it ditlicitlt to l ! keep tho center of tho stream. It xxa a long rincheil a s)iut hxe milt. Im'Iow where the It i mnetdisl tii.it tho burglar's iqiparent nbjucl was rohliery, but tho point ettobe and tedious ride, hut ut lott the oxvner of tlu riser narrowed und giexv sxvlfter. Hero, true ' nOkt-W- . . boar, xx hose uanio was Sang, pointed out u to my promise, I embarked him in shallow settled is xxhethcr or nut theft xva a cloak " faint glimmer in the eat and told iisitxxas water, and, wading to slioie, ho plunged Into behind xx hli'h soon' iMT.xinnl enenix desin! to Utune to gut ready. It grow gradually lighter, the forest xvlthout a backward glance. We conceal Id iuteui u-- du murder. until from my knot hole iu the shutter I hol little fear of pursuit now, for the counvlv' xi jvt- ti l more ocn und tho current was eould muko out the trees ou the shore quite try xxa Aiil)lii; tin Old I'hrax-- , Wo continued to flo.it om very strong, nml liefore msyi xxe safely arrived at pl'iiuh. j First CouisiMi' I got quite a large eluwk Ixmt loud of gently xx ith the current, the suieuse grow- Tnlonnd unchorcd our piecious today. provisions along the bank. ing all tho while more ainfnl Setwiid Conqsiser -- Did you hnxe to work a x ery fortunate It turned out to hax e "Was it s)silile that our riiss was su- I haul for it I exxlitiou after all. The presence of such a pi cted f I lsguu to wonder. "(lot it tor a nieiesoug.". Bolou Courier. j Suddenly a shadow darkened thedoorway .forcaof dacoits in the neighliorhood wns a and Sang whisjieied In soft),: "Wo are near very timely discovery, and when they crept doxvn on us after dark that same night they . the place iioxx-- , ivihit." A I.lllle Too Iilr. Kxerj man look a flual look ut his rifle met with such a defeat as awurod a quieter PaKi I heuryou weio u bid girl today, and tunde remix to cast loose the shutters condition of affuirs forborne time to come. and had to Ui spanktsl. From one of the prisoners who fell into our when I Jshould gixe the signal. We dropped Small Daughter Maiiima I nxxful strict. down "Ileum lorn huudred yards or more in Lands I learned to my chagrin and dismay If I'd a known shuused to lo a school teacher, I was fulling into utter despair that the dacolt chief whom I had held in such dead tileiu-e- . I'd 'a' i oh I jou not to inairy her. Bucket, when suddenly a dark figure stepped out on 'bnof captixity was n notorious robber, ou whose head more than one price bad been fcet. the Innk' and hailed us loudlviu Burmese, Her Mistake. bidding our liouyneu come peaceably to shore 1 readily understood then how groundless had Young Lady (tailor made) Take my sat, "LOVK MM, rLEAMK, LOVK MK." at once. Sung nmda reply. "We are oor been our fears when we floated through the boatmen from Myong," he cried, in well sim- - j gantlet of the robber, and I shuddered to (tor hxr Tli.x otiumt ilinithlllflllt I I'dllld illl- - please. Old Lady (near sighted but grateful) ulated touesof fear. "We are taking a cargo" t think how close I hail stood to that Bangui- - agiue for the wretch responsible for this of rice to Tamo, und we pray that you will 'nary monster. Still, even had his identity human wreck is that he should Iks compelled Thank you, sir. You are thu only gentleman, ' ' uo wu. honor would have notnpellod me .to witness every day of his life the ruin be has in the car. Kxchange. let us no by unharmed " release him. ke"P '"f Pr""l The otily ftnwi.r to this .....ml wasade--1 to I(l ',lor, time Iledvers' predicUon wrought." rlxlve laugh and a sUrner command to iteer came true, for, though small Isodles of dacolt. An aged woman, respectably dressod, and Or a Dialogue. for the bank at ouce. Sang made no further itlfl lurked in the Inaccrtkiblo spots along the with pleasant features, held out a tin cup, "Do you read iniuds just as you would" a "Plaxe, sor," sho entreated, "a few pennies bookr asked Howell Oibbon. reply, and as soon as the robber saw we i river, they maintained a very frigid and dU- were going t float on liy regnnllesa of hl tant dmneunor towards the traders' boats, for tho good cause." "Bometimes," returned the Mind Reader,' "Drop in a few," whfopered the doctor, commands he ave a loud shout, and on the , and tefpre long we were living every whit "In your case I'd read it just as I woul4 ? from the shadow of the hank three m royally as his royal highness, the rajah of as the amiable old creature trotted away eo Instant paragraph." Puck. Munnlpore. Philadelphia Times. . -rh- am weary, I'll hulid me no uiuiv, But Jly tnstlo lias faded ana ; M heart feels so w n y, so slek and so son-- . As I think of the earth I buildcd of Jore. Whiii Joy lay behind inn and Joy lay liorore. And luo mi liappy and g.n i.ovf I our loat. "They uro iiiinlng,' I cried, oxcitedly. lioar. "Makoivnd now, men.'' Tho pee.ris of the ixs-nlieh and so latv. IUslxers wa dowuut lie other cud of the The rpiiis of tlie inltiH flnd'a dwelling place there, line with rilk iu frindiue, nud I saw thnt U' trophies from mountain nud ph-lIcwryuiHii hud one treinliling hand on the of tho shutter. The daeolts wero ho j liolts I built nie a c.ixtln like this olio il.iy, When iiiendows l.i) silent and nil!' cloo now that I ismld ki their face plainly. And ti iron) the lU'liN came thowviit of the Inn I They wero armed with Isith i;uuaiidpeur, and tinkered and tlnkensl away, Ah I tnifc.-m- l nnd as they drew n little neurvt they let tly My e.istks ralls crew till tho moon shtsl Its a volley at our Umtiiieu, which lint them O'er the bnm of t he sloping hill j iiifldc, hiippil, without iiijiux. It wit tune to net. for tin lung ituioes wuivcl e In tho And I placed 'neath its )ilnl a doing ho fair Thai tho IiLiIb, as they Hew upitUie, Inxit and I saw l) the triumplim t look of Stopped f liort in the midst of their lllirlit HiumivIi sntisfaetioii on their swarthy fi.ei thai the, tho air auticlpattsl uu isi ietor. Tog.ioon this lx'lnicsi fn-- and so fair. "Hovi I'liHcari' the I ' demaildeil llslpr, With the dens of the morning aleep In her hulr. Iu n lion 'm wliijcr. And her cjes leuuilng over w It li hue. "(let ready," 1 auwntsl. "Now, then, drop the shlltteis together, iiihii, and let them 1 j i Fnwllc and weak nn the citlcs of air- That form in n driMiiicr's liiiilu; They're Irillt uisia tiirthlnif, yet treason- -, they BHtHT OF SENSE. in The Strange Patients Found an Insane Asylum. IN IM'AI.MIII.K'IT.ST I'HK l.l'WCY. " ' di Ullx rMtlenl, I'hiit fur i.etirlnu. I'immI anil l'riireiillni; III lletiilliin - inl I'nte of it iiiiii,: (ilrl - llio Old UiiuiHii mid Her run lotle I'liinl. ph.Xsh'hfu in charge of u well known for theeariMif the Iimuii nld iA I xxrlter: rsntly iU" ha The woid of hud liur.iiy left my lipn whtu the shutter fell in iuiiin, ItHlnig iisioinid-Inin it blinding giaiv of Hum. ninl g i ouo infallible either for tho If til" npprooeli or the pieenis of lunacy sloii w hie i na in U'IIi eftiiiiuiil i ms'ii to make n. . luv i, iniih if he lets It itaiidout at iv'it t i.le- - tr u the hand nud tt !).. ej5JJ ail '' tented ho cntinnod: "She I u inonoinunbio Ion tho milijw't of frwdug hr nntlxo html, und Imagined that tin fund rnied by her nuaidisl elforts will lie sulllcieut fur the puro-e- . During tho stt six jeuwsho has nselved eoniiernble sums from xlitors and nttcud- -illsant, but it xxa oiilx the other day xve CVr- concealed her hoard. cil w her cox taiuly not m her nxwii. fur a ctrcful venrch ,of tho apartment rcxmlsil nothing, nnd n closo xvntWi txs hr Ineoiiiliigs and outgoings B) ucciilent mi fouml In ought n iHkiilt. Ihat Iter lriik is n tin pull concealed in tlm j ground of llivnalnm Iwiieatli n stout). It ' h nmrtv full of nil sort of sln. Ui hnxe nut dtfiurissl it. lait simply M'vpguntd to wsl that lie- .! i tdy I not ma h it xictllll of theft." "Can yu lend me f'A7."r" quwil a midillo ngisl. unUi slinxen mall. "No. Joint, not tslny," and as wvcnutliitieil our Mmll th physlrtnti conttiiuisl: "That man and til wlf aro Imtlt hero under tioat-niefur ueut- - iiwiim. They Utinne imbued with the hlon that it its ot.llgnlorv mi tlitlil toin.iLi a linmnn saerlllis. So they luoko up all theli rurnitiire. placisl the frnRinenU iu a limp, put their rhitd, InmiiiiI haml ami foot, on lop mimI set the pyre altkirn. Tlie just Iu t.aie, ami tho strenl lutbx xxns in i now hei . The father think If he secures I '.' TTi he 1HI "11 for Imniiiig down the hoii i let ix' hat of a voting follow who ! llha slltijeul of tmteut inedl- derniiK-s- l utslie xmiii'Icis aiiiimu wiiii it inline oi TnlK li lntfc, lin ( water ... i... nili,i; vlttiie nnd declanw "I was very sii k, and an evairilunlioii snowed I had no I tjxik Iixer and my IfghU went twnluitlles of thi leuusly, niHl mux lhaxea in xt uifr uiid'ievtrle lixbi. Won't x on iry 1 ! nt - i.,i dlieI iim-i- ! ' i ' in 1 -- I d UKip-fellow- ism-duet- J - Ih-p- u , , r a,!. lei-u- ie I , s wait-wtxxir- deiiit rosta e i (. 1 il 1 iH-r- e e i YJJfv o-- iO' In I' e. Uh f ' - l i I 1 1 d I' wmry sm- j XX d I 1 mono-iiiiiiiI- h ex-ct- i tt I -t .M (,.l vn r-- arts''1"' i i - U-e- ad I ., ' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal vmu BUM. !, 18UO fnv lot of Men's mid boys' Hpring clotlihiK . uilit-tla- jt WIC received at.S. II. Hliauks'. IIKREWITH SUP.MIT TO THE READERS 01 THE I. J. A VERY - Htanfohu, Ky., B.C.WALTON, MEANS nku mm ueauittui lino of one an docks nt V. 15. .MeltoburU'. MunaROr BUSINESS. Wk do not care so much whether on correspondent write or not, hut w would ndvNo them to either shoot orj give up the gun. list of Many Spring Goods That will be found ATTRACTIVE in Style, Quality and Price. We arc prepared in every line to suit every taste and purse and have a line of Dry Goods unequalled except in the cities, and as to price will be glad to have a comparison made with prices anywhere. We sell strictly for cash and on margins that would soon bankrupt any credit house. If you can't come down, write for samples. They will be sent promptly. ComkdikI Hettle rotir nccount. A. It. IlK)tKim:it the railroad meeting Mon- - ' runny. day and make it a point to attend. We Watciim mill jewelry repaired anil niust Btand together, if we wish to obtain v.irrnnteil. A. It. Penn'y. Thk best plnce to buy ilrug, patent lie road, which will bunullt us more miMlidiii'H ami toilet articles is t A. It. than any iii the county. Penny's. Tin: ladies are cordially invited to ex-- ! Hoy your school books, ink, tablets, It H!ncilH and wliool supplies of all amine our stock of Bpring millinery. pfepur, surpasses any line ever brought here binds from A. It. lVnnv. All our prices aie veiy reasonable.! PERSONAL POINTS. Courts & Wray, in rear of pont-oHice. Tr NOVELTIES T)I?.ESS GOODS , L. Ouhi.u, of Louisville, is with rdntivcN here. .Mils. . I. It. F. (iii.w. of Louisville, is viMtitiK Mrs. C. 15. St. Clair. Mns. Jamks .Mii.iimin went to Danville xesterday to viriit relatives. V. Tiik Frankfort Capital has this to say of John II. Miller's humorous epistle: "Happy Jack's" letter to Judge Win. Lindsay, originally published inthoCap-ital- , is going the rounds of the press and is everywhere received with appreciafamily. hqvo mov tion. It is a tine piece of humor and Mu. and Mns. Ikon Ha keen sarcasm. il to one of the Murphy houses, on street. It is hardly nerevwry call the atten.hsi: A. Amon, who is attending a tion of our readers to theto adveitisement medical college in Philadelphia, is visit-mof A. 15. Itobertson it I5ro., of Danville, his parents. which appears on this page. It is a matMim Jri.ii.T Gii.i, of lauiuuter, was ter of special interest to the ladies, who over yefctenlay to meet her friend, Dr. will refjgnii Ht once the woudei fully Itojrers. of West Point. . low prices The linn is one of Hakvky lh:t.M is now a full fledged atthe 111011 liberal 111 Kentucky, and thuce torney at law. His license was granted who trade with it can do so under an abby the circuit court this week. guarantee that they will get more Mr. J. P. (iim, recently of Hock wood, solute than their money's woith. here where lie 'I'linn., and - - married, bus moved to .Somerset. Tin: Kentucky Central mid the NewW. C. Csn, Mrs. Cush and the port News and Mississippi Valley Com with 10 hup- trunks, took the train pany are to be consolidated May 1, both here Tuunday, Mr. Cish s.ud for New of which are controlled by C. P. HuntYork. ington. The Kentucky Central people Mi.sh Ku.i:s Owhu.y, who n attending are on top in the sbulile, and H. K. Kehool In lnulsvillu, piissed through Huntington, at present to visit her parents, Judge and and general manager of the Kentucky Mrs. M. II. Owsley, at IjtncHstur. Central, is to be general manager of the Cook, consolidated line, while Mi vow Hi:i.,:x Hunt and Sadi of ilustonville, are guests uf Mrs. Dr. larnngto'i will renign. ll tne new arI P. liuti'mnn, on South UmeMone rangement will cAUe the train that inns street. Lexington Leader. here to come on time, it will bring joy to Diu J. K. N a.vAiwii w.k, who ban made the heart of the MMma.ter and othern. a nice mini on his farm near Milledgo-- j Tiik operation known in nurgery an vllle. Iiuh rented the Craie immertv on will mov to it in medium urelliotnmy. for the leduction Ilustonville utreet and of enlarged postatc. glundnof the bladder, a few dajH. was performed on Mr. .1. Mat Mattin Tuesday by Drs. Peyton, Fiy, lleid and CITY AND VICINITY. Mcltobertff. For a longtime Mr. Martin Hon S.11.K or renttlio Carpenter Houm. has been con lined to his room and for Apply to I). It. Carpenter. the most part to his bed witli bladder Fok Kkxt. .Suite, of roonwin Commer- trouble, and the operation revealed the fact tlpit he could have lived only a very cial Hotel. Apply to M.F.KIkin, short time with his bladder iu the fear, A 11.1. Htook of Zt'egler Hros. celebra- fully diseased state it was. The operated shoes jUHt received. S. II . Shank. tion is n severe one, considering his condition, but he survived it refiiBeil to give hi A Tin Ml', who wan jailed yesterday for drunken- - and is doing as well as could be expectname, ed. IICfcH. De-jK- )t Miwiw liroinn: ami 15. K. Wkwikn went to I'inevillu Wednesday. Mkjiamkh Wm. Okkii amlS. M.Owens ncnt to Louisville Wtdnesday. 1). X. Prewitt bouxht of Win. M. doooh a rardoad of bi hos at ill to Mil. K. It. IlitAiri.KV is expeetud home from .Middlevboro to visit his ii Hood Friday and Sunday will be Knter. In Virginia during slavery times the Monday following Kaster was always enjoyed by the darkies as a holiday, but since ewrv day is a holiday with a big majority of the colored peoTo-- ple now, its observance has fallen intoiu- - nocuous desuetude. - i; oll'i-rcd- well-know- n - ehil-dre- - yes-tenla- y vice-preside- nt Vice-Preside- If you want a new, stylish and that money. There is nothing! All-SilFish Net, 4S in. wide, 75c exclusive Dress, you can find it All-Silmade that makes a more beautilul Stripe Fish Net, 48 among our Forty Fine Paris-Suitsdress for both street and evening inches wide S5C The price will please you, too, for, All-Silwear. The price is only Guipure Lace Flounc they are certainly cheap. We will ing, 45 inches wide Si 5 sell you a handsome Suit, with 2- All-Sil- k Net, extra heavy, 4S inch Silk Emb., for only Sio. For! inches wide Not much over half their value. 40 Si 3. 50 you can take choice of a All-SilLaTosca Bordered We have about 25 patterns, in number of Novelty Suits, all beau . (rrniinilc1 nlcn tVi"ritv fiisrl Wbit ... .. . Nets I 40 " " ' "" ties. Si buys an Pdegant Suit. Mahogany, Card.-widFiner qualities LaTosca Nets, withVauDyke Kmb., 27 inches ' Nav' Klcctric' nal a"d HlackNtiW two-tonthe Novelty of the season, at We have a dozen Suits Ribbons for Trimming, in all the St 80, S2, $2 Co and S3 50. worth from S20 to S50 that arc the ' new shades, embodiment of Parisian taste and JtLKKKJJXULjn style. Files of Latest Fashion Pa- pers kept lor the use of customers. 60c buys a pair of Nice Cream In PIECE GOODS, both Plain,' Lace Curtains. 75c for extra good Full Suit Black English MoPlaid, Stripes and Heigcs. we have Curtains. Large Size, Full Tape-BounS 6 25 hair a beautiful line of all the new at 90c and Full Suit of Colored Mohair shades and combinations. We Si 13 per pair. Higher qualities 7 OO' Glace mention only a few specials, such just as cheap. Best Curtain Poles Full Suit Fine Colored Seras with Fancy Brass Fixtures only 9 00 Bs 25 cents. Hlack Fnglish Mohair, 4oinch..35C Full Suit Side Band Colored Fnglish Mohair, 40 in. 10 00 Mohair 37c Full Suit Extra Fine Cream in eight colors . Cashmere Ombre, a new and Henrietta and Mohair 9 50 .stynsn material, at 30 cents. JJest ooc i?un Suit Best 75c Silk Fin- Serge 10 ooj French Sateens in last year's pat-haiish Mohair Black and White Stripe Mo- 42c! Children's Full Suits and Skirts. terns, iSc. Madras Batiste 12 y,c. 4oinch All Ladies' Skirts are eight yards Outing Cloths 9c and 12c. Real Cream and Black Challie 35c round and 45 inches deep. Plait- - Pcnangs 14c. Toile du Nord Ging- ing done to order and returned hams 10c. Finer Ginghams 12c. 10 Styles Plaid, Stripe . Check There never was in Danville be Novelties, worth 98c, at 75c within S days. k k k ) 1 BLACK SILK LACES and DRA- -' These goods sold last season at PERY NETS. Si a yard, and are really worth, BENGALINE SILKS. fore such a line of real Scotch Ginghams as we now have. It will pay you well to come in just to see these alone. Prices arc 20c, 25c, 33c 45c and 50c. PARTY NETS. ! 63 CENTS, I 1 k At least 20 styles and colors of Party Nets and Gauzes in white, cream, pink, shrimp blue, yellow, red and black. Tinsel Gauze, all silk, 48 inches, at 85c. Finer goods up to S3. j e. FRENCH CHAL-LIE- S. - e , LACE CURTAINS Soft-Finish, PLAITED SUITS. In this always popular fabric we are showing over twenty different styles. Patterns and colors as pretty and printing as 1 d, , arc Koechlin's best quality. 50 cents. Price S. DRESS TRIM-MING- J Silk-Finis-h WASH FABRICS. 46-in- All-Wo- Braid Zouaves in black and gold. Emb. Tinsel Trimming. Black and Gold Gimps. Silk and Jet Van Dykes, Bands, &c. Black and colored Silk Gimps, Fancy Van-- 1 Dykes, &c. r, BLACK SILKS. We have now all grades in stock. We still have the same make that we have sold for two years without one complaint. Every piece guaranteed. Prices all the way from 80c to S2.75 per yard. All-Wo- ' A. B. Robertson & Br o. Main Street, Danville, Kentucky. are The soldiers at Harlan C.-thing he asked for. Their engineer will de- - sleeping on their arms, expecting av at- to locate a be on the ground pot and siding in the Mt. Vincent Addi tempt to rescue Wils Jennings. The tion to Pineville and the company will case of Hall had been given to the jury, accounts put on excursion rates irom Louisville but it had not reported at last and local points for thorn who will at .VKW ADVERTISEMENTS tend the sale of lots on the loth and lUth and run special trains from Pineville to the Addition during the sale as Often as For Salo---Bric- k Residence' is needed. This is the first instance In vhich I now live, st Main Mteet, and ihe block Vm'naiheOwipv HlocV.opp, w,t.rt. excursion rates have been given binim-- n ur,s.IU,rc.Suufor JJiowslm ttom WiX points on this road to a pub Till. CO.MIUNKU S1AL.LIUM, lie sale and the company will make the most of the privilege. The days of sale to-d- ay 1 SPRING CLOTHING. Our Goods are Now Air Tn And We Have k Cini'i'ir Coirt. Judge Morrow very Koiiixsos'k advertising wuigon was billing the town for the promptly ordered a opeoial grand jury to' here yesterday wireuH. which will exhibit at Danville be empaneled Tuesday to investigate the case of Toy Teeters, charged with the May Htli. murder of Will Allen llaugh, anil the reAi'TKii two dys of fair weather it was sult was an indictment for the highest are being extensively advertised both by raining again last evening and the signal offense known to the law. Teeters was newspapers, posters and circulars and (service said it would continue till brought into court and asked with refer the company keeps Mr. George II. and then turn cooler ence to hi counsel, when he said that Hruceon the road attending to thU. . . he had engaged Hon. 1L C. Warren to The prospect for the largvst crowd that JIanl- Stock. -- J. H. Foster sold to Twidwell :M shares defend him. The jude then set the trial evor attended a lot salo in the mounMiss- -s Ida and for the Oth of April, next Wednesday. It tains is very flattering. of First National Bank stock at $107 and is understood that the plea will bo in- to Mr. A. S. Myers 0 of same at the mine MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. sanity. The grand-juralso found three price. t C.xirtnii editor in announcing his other indictments, one for disturbing a. Tiik Lincoln PmildluR and ftavings As-1,001 nd two against the sjune man for lm,rriage savs: "We have taken this sociatlon will begin on Saturday, Apr I' houw. breakiriK. anil ,.arrying concealed Hl.,, for better or for worse; but it is a :, '00, to issue a new series of stork. H. weaponB Tj, (lav in ,.0,;rt WHK ,'voted ,)()0r woman that can't support one ed-' Darst and A. A. Warren are author-Q cMl mHUcr8 iyedtorecesulpUonsforsame. Tllt. t.UH0 0f jaini.H iVpples against) -C- raddock, who keeps the run of all TJcolumns of matter livid Pepples to recover on a note for the marriages, says: "Will P. Uivens. u Ouu extra page, j $400 occupied the court from Tues-- , prominent farmer of Liucoln, and Miss which we send out witli this issue, will "fternoon till yesterday and Amelia Irvine, a charming young lady of be found to be unusiinllv interesting.) ly opI a singular sUte of affairs. The Perrvville, will wed April ittd." If th 8 extra pages will be a feature of for bor- - is so, the young man has forfeited liis the l.NTKitioit J0111.VAI. so long as the plaintiff uvers that tthe nolo was . . - tnnniii lutt In. .ti.fiimltint utmlllv promise to keep us posted in the mat- ,....v n" pressure on our aiiverusiug couui""! denied that he had borrowed any money ' tor. continue. The lleorgi'tfiwn limes tells 01 tne .... or that he bad signed the note. The marriage of J. W. Middleton and - jioij.. 0f jt was in the handwriting of the last accounts the republican comHice, of that city and the less romittee was dead locked in its effort tO( at Harrison Hocker and it was signed at home of James Kice appoint a national committeeman in David Popples. Kxpertn ditlered as to mantic marriage These Middleton. nlace of Col. (toodloe. Col. W. (). Brad whether it was his signature or not. and Miss Amanda produce quite a tangled ley and lleorge Denny stood 0 ami '. The writing beais date of nine years ago marriages and tho members , of tho faini- Our money is still on the iuirr.ini horse a,i j lMat tune David claims Willi 111VV ,. , " !" k,,n I,!. " and wo are sure his good luck will pull iave j,a, numerou s ,ettle.nents and that Puf t0 vcmlld',Wren.,H him through. his brother has paiid him money UiMure is as follows: i lt.ee married a : .,...1 .... .. .., . ... ICast Hern-sta- llllli'a mitt uti ityj w casioi, tficiiiiiiiii'ii the .1 Thk miners of Pittsburg, s ster ol .MHiuieion,.' aim if .miiuieiuiiiiHi- on a strike be- noto. There was a great deal of testimo- ,t,Uk and Altamunt are a daughter of Rice. This the light being' be-- 1 tried .,, V aUtur i1...,nil..,.l.W. , cause of a reduction from : to L'J cents y pro and con !.. ...UlUUIUluuouniiDMii per bushel for coal during the spring t ween brothers, caused considerable to Middleton's wife a sister-in-laterest. Tho )laintitl was represented by and The operators and summer months. her own father, Mr. Middleton's father & Mclloberts and the defendant by say they will not concede to their wants Hill and Middle-ton'- s bis brother-in-lathey will not go to Judge M. II. Owlcy and Miller A Owsand the miners say to her stepwife a work until the old price is resumed. At ley, all of whom made speeches. and Middleton'B children's own Tho case was giveu to the jury atnoou mother, present things are at a standstill. aud Midyesterday, but they soon reported that aunt their to Rice's dleton a Yol'tiikui. Hoiuikiw. Charlie Hriggs they were unable to agree and were children. coons, still bung when this report closed. The and Kddiu Embry, two lL-Louis Rout's tobacco barn burned robbed a little white boy who was ask- trial of the damage suit of CirovuC. KenWednesday. nedy vs. J. Matt Philips for selling him with a big lot of tobacco. ing alms of the people hero -- Robert Green, a sou of Police Judge They saw that the little fellow had mon- hogs with the cholera was next called Green, of Pineville, shot and killed Mil-vey and enticing him to an isolated coi- and entered into. Ewing, a colored man. Judge Morrow tells us that there will ner on the creek, they relieved him of Local option was victorious in most ill cents. Marshal Nowland was inform- be no circuit court next Monday, on acof tho municipal elections held in Mined by tho boy, who was in tears over his count of the county court. . nesota Tuesday and in some of the towns usual alertness he loss, and with his Mt. Vincent. Judge Boreing writes of Illinois. mid had it returned to its traced it up Kansas farmers have petitioned rightful owner. Tho littlu rascals were to Messrs. W. 5. Welch and J. S. Congress to paes a bill providing for an let off from arrest on tho promise of their Hughes from Louisville that he succeed- increase in the circulating medium to ed In obtaining from the L. & X. every- - $.50 per capita. mothers to whale tho hide off of them. to-da- y o- Harrison Chief, Jr., Will make ihe ford at $io the tton o 1890 at tulle nj or at Stan- . ... $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt, . Sound and all rlsht. 'VVi II not be allowed to Money due mare that are not regular broederi whin the coll come, nare old or transferred, a. lien will lie held on all colt until paid for Description an Pedigree -- Harrison Chief, r i teii ftorrcl , utand is hand 3 inches in height; t vcart old thU fprinc; hat biK tail and mane lie it y Harmon Chief, he by Clark Chief, the sire His dam l.utc, the dam of of Lady Thome 1 i The Ham of Harrison Chief, J r, i Hanker z 7j he out of a mare by a on ol WaltonN Mambrin !v Alexander's Abdallali, d dam by Minevokey, he by Old l.einj,ton, 3d dam by Shawhan'n Tom Hill, ho by Hall Stockings; 4th dam by Da Crorket; jth dam by Halcorn; Cthdam b) Wellt' - I.t-ul- y Tur" AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT' Glen's, Boys' 1 ' , J. 1 ' vt .level-Thes- e Mr W H Wilton f Cvnthian.i. Ky , nM a combined Kelilinc. a ful! brother of Harrison Chief lr , for $1,300, alto sold two others at Svo Mr Abe Kenaker told .mother combined celiling for $too, o you can we the 'jreed of tin. i.i.re is more touelit after than any other stalllun. at they brinj better price than any other stallion Crusader. and Children's Suits, Ught aud Dark Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also large line of Pants. 1 .... THE KING This, fine saddle reason at same pla I STAGG & McROBERTS. tji e t Jose-phon- o ion will make ihe present at f ti the scaion or $20 to Insure a Living Colt. The king i ! iltr king, he bv On Time; he bySlonen.ill la.lisnn: he by Washington Den mark; he b (l.ilnes Denmark ; he by the race horse Denmark 1st dam out of Maud by Doland sCr.inser; he b Jewel; he bv Washington Denmark. Ciraiicer' i't dam by Highlander, 3d dam by Oliver, 3d danr by Woodpecker. '1 he King's jd dam Ihe premium mare KITic by Vanineter's Watey, son of l'erthune, who was u thoroughbred on nl Alice Carncal, the dam of the i.utcil rm e hors I.sxiriton The Kins is a blood buy with one hind ankle 1 mane and tai),Kocd white und snip in fu' e, bone and extra xtyleand has iietcr imt his ciual I he King stands i;(4 hands high a saddler. as 11 rela-lionsh- " JJ ,k". DRUGS and JEWELRY Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware. dt ..... 1 11 in-la- w will find r yal breeding In these pedigree and 111 these Millions jo.i will se iiidisidualt of rare beauty and as breeders second to none. Send siur mares where Ihey will be pruperly cared for. hANUIOOK. C. wtl 1 sister-in-la- w MEN H AMF3IBest RailroadWATOH, Watch. The Prompt Attention 1'rescription.s fully THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL J. U OWENS, Manajer, Care y ear-ol- d Harrodsburg, I - Kentucky. given to Engraving and Repairing of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. in base taken charge ot this popular hotel and intend to run it in a tint. class manner in every respect. It It being papered and painted from top to bottom, the hfddlnj; is being renovated and everything done t make it pleasant and comfortable for liuests. The table shall neser be surpassJ U. OWKNS ed Jy h te sin this section m Compounded hours, at all day C. A. BENEDICT TANFORD, KY. CO., and night. X. Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, Wells drilled to order and Pumps lurniihed jo factory pricei. at B. H. DANKS, Jeweler, T. 1. 1.. a. J S. WELLS, Ph. G.Preec Clk. i i W. B. MoBOBIBTS, Main Street, Opp. Court-Hous- STANFORD, Ky. tlm ,J'1ifiVrVfyarfU.f.iiM kUl.-s. r..w e.i.. -- 1 - o ht Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Breezes from Nashville. rTothe F.ditor of the Interior Journal." 80. The Tonnes-aeean- s 'I his splendid Imported Jack will make the sea have great faith in Proctor Knott. ton of iBi at the old Uriicsbj farm near Shelby E. P. FAULCONER. Every Tuesday and Friday Many could not be convinced that he is Published City, at Record 1 Fualed April jo, itii. urcntcst horse of the nge. not the $10 to Insure a Living Colt. II) HAROLD, .ireot Maud S rcsord Jul', Ed Hopper writes uie from Lntoniti S'.J J?Klt YKAK.IN VXVV3SrCK tne 30 list. Cone and ce him and you u III br sure to like and Omore First dam Yolandi dim ol utm, record nxthat there are 100 hornes there and all in 11 M. JOHNSON, Agent. him. 81m not o paid $ii.50 will be charged." Hy lIKI.MtiNT.slreor I'rlnceps has ( in the 2 o lit; dam I'nmrose. N'utwutMl, tji4 good health, and says the Concreg.m-Olen- a greatest brood mares In idam oung l'ortia, 37x5 .ne of the Atasanitf r'n Abilallnlicirsoid,the United Mates, In is a ureat looking colt and eolt K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. i'sj Dam of Voltaire a ol, sire 01 llcosemer 1IAVKI.OCK ba hore 7 i$ hands nam ni rortion 1 n. (sire ot .Minnesota 271, He high, compactly built, strnnc bone, sute foal geta. rn., returning bids fair to make a useful Rowland at Dam of Hymen. Sirecf GenetaS i to1,, llettie Jones Train lease la'i, ter and trotted oit a hill) track last Fall It) 1 ; old record j 17. says the Iitouia course is the best of nil Mittie li , DamofChible llarma, tno.mil record in En etr old, in',, Keller V i Jv't. and we expect him ta trot close to a to this Fall t SMop "l My fine lack, illlsm I tie, black uitli meal) Si to j jjti, Ffhc Thornton Und $04 i.Hiluinc i is Iti'prndute are large and fine, and HVo Crauh) trni'ks, rain does not wet it and it is nose, 14)4 hands Men sired by l.)les Imp. Jacn and the dams nf Charleston J Fad) t,av 1 7Wi lie will nulr a tirinddiimofCnnnauht'slreol ClvnmoreJ JiS on our good mares in und out ot a splmdid leunet wl'lmin the season L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. (!rand lUinnl He does not WilUeniotit a $, Waivonn j aS, Sigma Nu J5. this section. nobli cris safe and food. of 180 sim) stable between the H.mvIHe and lly MAMIIRINUYubi ij'i telephone 140 and others, three of the ahote d pedigree rets in the fact Maninn und Danvitleand Hutonslllc pikeaat CHIKI.slre ol Lady Ihr real siiluc in Mail train going North tI5 am think they will he crowded for stable records ere made in in t838, the remaining ten that ho represent his 7 i8( merit, lire nf vs iiidiMdunlstar ijipm South were made in 1SS0. Dam l'ortia. bv RoKltfCK. whose ancestors on both sides ere both itjopm room as they now have 000 1kx stalls, Expresstrain" South $8 to Insure a Living- Colt. producers ol horses thrt could gi the t lunb) N HllM'. " North 37m and West bide, Chicago will conflict dam I. YD. (theIIY AL.MONT.U routpatidget the money and H in click's tolls 630 am The bbote record no moasMr of his bi" Coca Freight North dam of Ladt Maiolita ) .ol , Marcs parted with lorfciis insurance ind rtuncv tterspeci him from gcsd males will do likeu ise - 5i,Pln with their Spring meeting. tbss Kail. Seuth. tuKOUitder Itrown Chief 4J5 siri'of Maggie 2 m14 and the it (. It. M.l.r.MAN ' falls due m also carry passenger. The latter trains damsof Alt.imont a J6S. I.ady Majolica 1 J by. $50, Monoy Duo when Mtro Trovoa AOt) uill make t tin icavxi withe tsrni of The horses are going along now the S llume.s: Co., suttr Cres,k. Ky., 8 wile from iMainnrinn l me! The above i calculated on standard time. Solar with Foal. Riehmend on the Lancaster turnpike. improved, and the races a dam FANNIh d.im of Dolly, danrof hire, tor ao minute tater time i about weather has sire of! 117, 'lhurndalc a .'jjf, Onward a 13! a j3, Johr. F Payne 1 growing "nigh." Some three or four '.; Hrl a IiiHiirc. byllen Franklin, son of Harrac, son of Fear ... went a mile yesterday in l:o0 and a' Luke l.a 1 1586. .1... 1... t Vtn.f.'a .....V. H. L'....li:... UMIll v, uti ,v lien dam by SaxWcimrr,.mi"ni. Ills oldest colts an coming two-son of jd l.tllllll Standard; No 11011 Copperbottoin. filly with very light Bliukliurn W ill MKUl) IIY FA1.ADINE 4ljt sraie mates ut 10 cents per day and will a Candidate to represent Lincoln countj In the Sir Archy. on of Imp. Dicmed. s take 4li possible care, weight up was sent in 1:47. Some Abd.1ll.1h M.rnNnno gives race horse qualitus Constitutional Contention. Hy Ilambletoniau to, dam by AjhtIcuh Star roadster stallion Is an inbred (otd accidents or escapes but arc not responslb'e Im Ihiasoun horsThey are to the colts that he dam I'OCHAHONTNS. b Ameiican Clay Jl dust (oalesl in April, iSS Is bat, full ir hands, have been woiked ino , .M and so es of ixtreme speed,has produced lesel heads, with T s IILR.VAM A CO courage and !! (sire ol the lams 01 94 in the 1 n list, 9 in 181 spied) and unexcelled in style, actiou, llni.h and No horse in BOGLE Mr. 'W. B. Cheatham drove in the stamina to stand hard training on tip. MISS by C M Clay, J r a f ire of itir dam of 10 lu disposition Kentucky has yrosrn into popularity more rapidly Full brother a jo) and 1 went than he has and with the sjme clas of mares has dam MAUY ANN. bv Alexander AbiUllalits, ear old trial t,tni Fstell. trial j siW, Corinne. of I HiI AMY and Montrose, the spieJvuud sADDI r STAIIION, U .1 Candidate for SuperintendentAugust,Public for me yesterday afternoon . S.tincdsuch notoriety. If sou satita horse with 1890. Election count-Sboots of Lincoln 6'4, laiiiia prvmlutii oil 01 '83. Sired b) ikaadi t'rahldust out to see his - yearlings by Imp. Sax- iron clad constitution etc, then breed to Abdallah Isire of the dams of Jemnie lldy tlo(by t.olddust mo, b) rnnont Morgan Closa 15, etc "on of Hamliletoiuan 10 Miimhrino oSi, and Johnston jni( on. They are fairly large and well bod- some da) will He is also a jrreat dam producer and rars old, 15V er rrlitisl to Maud PODINKn n seal dron, le a noted prepotent ire first car old stalthau Hi) M. hands, hne st)lo, handsomely proportioned and lion to trotother su'licn the as j ied, short legged lot, stout and inuscttlni. publo as fi! in tj. sire of Cisar scry pron iing He combines the llamblctoiiian-Stur-Clelte, dam of Kosalmd Wilkes the fastest mare of SlOO, With Return Privilege. or Clerk ofthe Court of Appeals, There are two colts and one or two tilfies Is a Candldutc cross bailed by AlevanJor's Xbdallali record a nfc) of I'o'iat our subject to the action of the Democratic party. i, Will make the skjs.hi Lincoln enunt).sljbli' ',, and should produce great speed und r"markable the Wilkes family, jj'.J ljlrllc a Wbirlwind MillodgetiKr. K that are sure to race. Saxon, now IS ..n . Hleciion August.iSoo rndurunc Ills descendants are rertun to prose Fann) txdddust a dam of l.tdle t by lam Florence, t Mergan iVolden Sunb.r.l ..ud Milledetille pike, at a4, grent. Nth upon the truck and in the stud. and is years old, was a good Mingo Chief, son of Cad's Comet 5131 Our soo oft he 1 ju pvt formers hate a ttron,, $20 to Insure a Mare in Foal, R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. kind as a lamb. He has to 'his credit 'J.O to Insure (iidddust and Morgan blood s I U E D II I'KINCKI'S s6. Or Ji b) the season, Oerset Colddust will make the prexnt season at the fastest run Belmont Stakes. Mi. Ity Woodford Mambrino t its, m pkiro jjsj miles from SUnturd on Must ilitillr DENTIST. ., M.... Cheatham's place is only three miles out Monet duv whn Mir, u ,u,fil Ma.ro bresi en the pike at 'Frleplione to nil points a 8. by HamblHonian n(sirof dam LOTTIE , grazed or trd at reasemjble priem .Not respo Office on Main street, opposite f'ortinan House, and is fino rolling land, closely resemb-liu- g p, i,u',,'-- . ,,o..v. shares pualty. Mate grad at JVC tr ine o.ms oj iniikcii Oj.idec.as given for for .m) tiiislenl should an) eerur sible upstair. Nitrous cash. rare taken of stock, but It ouster's 194. bs I'lincepsi, l.rcfnlahdrr a 19K bv $20 to Insure a Living Colt. tiilt Uilge a bcaiitilul red surrrl, rlat) the vicinity of Walnut Flat. A risk. Mates bred to my stock and then bud to Princeton 1 t$(, by I'rinteps, V.arl J "'""'"'sTANrORD. KENTUCKY. tail It hands , Inches high, was other stock, the money due Marcs bred imu Mates kepi no by Pnnceps terms, person li a ten 6, iSSn, and is a peifset saddle hore fated ej dwelling, on a beaustately daui Molhe dam of EtHa Dean a Jt'i, txttie 1 b). pmted with forfeit the iiisurame. Lilt Edge was showed last ,ra tin gitVn ,'jI nut responsiblelurasciJema . I haw a tyod track and hate ccutrd the svrvi ai j by Inp Island Itlmk Hawk 34, rci ord 1 A ,sire tiful site, is the home of this exceedingold and took the sxeepslalie premiHm at Kuk. S r.KEID. of I'rinci' Jt'J, st ,j;randsire of 10 svitn recicsof Sam Colburn and J 1. (,ras, both men of W. B. title and Dam ill,' anu his own ring at llariud ly popular and handsome young our ords below 2 x and Green s llaha with it evpenenec, who ill be pleased lb hatidh burg Those wha watt to breed to a koixI saddr stock for sou 10 lu'rlfirmers. gentleman. tallioii are cordially int ned tu Isok at our hor t d.m of II uibletO' Imported rsisterrd trrkhire hogs for sale d.im bs liillfounder ire and see him most. S ud fur card of oxtcudid pedigree. eU. Cor10 It was in the woodland eat of the man b Sesjjiill He wis sired bySesond Jewel, he b) Cunnint, 6 respondent e solicited d m OfticetSoulh side Main street, in office recently ham's Jewel, he bs .Jd Washington Denmark brave and noble Hood's dwelling that the vacated by;Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stafford, ky. Ills hrst dam Minnie, by Me Donald's llalrr.rn l'hrre- - ear Old Record cavalry laughed at the whistling shells, d dam li ells I rusader his 1st d.im b) l Bucklen's Arnica Salve Siasvtiard Ja. .utj. h. !.y Washington DcnmaiV, he '.. from Gen. Thorna.' artillery, planted on Dr. A. S. 'Die best salt c in the world for cuts, bruises, Ilia, Dcnniari,. hi hrtt dan by t tusatle- - he , salt rheum. fver Drown Itsxse, I hands, fualed Ma), iU. Old Whip, lit dam a Fly Mountain mare the hills west of Nashville. Hen. Thom- sores, ulcerschilblains, corns sores, tetter, chapSclU.KON DENTIST and all skit, rruii ped hands, M Dlsl SVS'IUDt.h rk SON SI RED IIY RIBNI, no pay requir W I!. .McRouerts as was in love with the city ami (Jen. lions and positisely cures piles, or Mii.edgesill,' K) ' "" Ofme on Mam street, otrr his tmttiu;; and combined stallion Mill makt ed. It is guaranteed to gise perfect sstisfactior, Full brother 40 Kln Rene t Drug Store, Stanford. Hood was too magnanimous to drive or money retunded I'rice 35 cents per bo. the present season at Dr. I' Yt Logan's iij miles i ,, sua ( Aunont I mt of MilledKcville on turnpike ssini) Atmoot Forrost road leadin; to him away. There yet remains many For sale by A R. Penny, Mintord, K Stanford n . standItrscnptioit and IVdiciM Waterloo evidences of the late unpleasantness I dam by tianarsl Lhiel. aire ( lUsll UuLc t 3lK Electric Bitters. ard bred, bUik. J hands high, weichs i,o tb about Nashville. Many of the lines of TIu rcinedyu becoming so seell known and so mainiHi ent s')le and action and is a sure foal i dambt (,tcy Kaule IWaor', sir, l d dans ot (Mandard Rule 6 Lady Da, is a i',. ilttlio jtctter, his proven) combinins speed and first- hate removed my office to my residence, oppo fortifications can be seen on the hills and nonul.ir as tn need no special mention ol iiualities. will bt found at all dam bt Copetbott(im,sire of djm of llasil Oule Mte Female College, where hateuscd Klecttic Hitters sinir the same sons: of cli4 satlille Ilik.,!,..... lie!. lias a rec ril....., j jo. rS.,.,'. L I,. llbck stallion, loi; hands hih, foaled I'tsli. kieii - .HUGH RKli). ernes. 04 down the sloping sides and easily traced nraise A purer medicine uocs not exist anu it is ' PVII Mambrino Paymaster, j he bt Mambrino. be by A tistldsmith, Ortnge rourity. New t jst; i, ,..,..... m An jII llui is claimed srk Electric Imp. , Mcssiv'er Sired b) Castelar irsir a horse of .r.real. natural sprrd.hatimr PENCE from a distance. We will, many of up, lllllCI, ins...... .ii. J.i,i,.ii,.,.,n.i ... .. . . Mi... ... and ni" Vi aiiuiMui mlSalt Khcumv:i, I. bv Istdam Woburu Maid, by W'oburn m neat at i tears oManu lie hv maile a icsnrn ol m. Helm mare b) luy thirl ..'" W. R. CRESS, live to see the day some demagogue will ns. will remote I'imnlcs. iloils. Ilarplnus. by lUmblctuliian. he bvlini. M flbe dam of Carter, t.t1) uterasers slow track This is ivo mitrk ol his other affections caused by impure blood. Will scrger; d he iu uam o) a .Mumsrmo nir,r dam Hed llird by Cannon Whip, he sperd, as he hjs shown Iritis in if and quarters system and present jl present a Vil! to pension the drite Malaria from the id dam b) Mambrino Messenger by lllackbiirn's Whip he by Imp. Whip, he by in j( seconds, which is a raleol ' i Very hands .ill Malarial Fcrem boracurcof ESTATE AGENT, , ,w , swtwsiirer at. stre ol V J" of fedeial soldiers, but none of tscllas cureConstip ition and Indisestion tr) Elec- Saltram dare bv Herod, jd dam a thoroughbred some and blood like. 4 lid after scrtiu. a limittd Headache, Msss Nndino b) II ant dam number of marcs will be worked fr a fsi record len i ill. et : ist jrauranteed or marc bv ofImpfullDiomede. Hat Messenger' us will ever live to see Harrison elected tric Hitters Entire satisfaction Ky., Messenger marc and by was out a ol HambletoHiau, Mambrino mond. son ol Potter's Clay: id dam W til . Star Willi the blood Barbourvitle, I'rice 50c and i per bottle Imp Rockingham blooded moncv refunded hief, Flint, Jr , and Edwin 1 arrest, and as great dam of Ailillcr) J !', ami Modeslt H, ty president the second time. '"So mote it A H'I'enn 'a drugstore Has for sale (im: ot the choice property in Jthe Richelieu was the irol fashioniM) bred trot an individual as he l be should maVv a yrral Amcrir tn SUr, l, jddam b) Hsrtrsnn Corirspondencc Wohurn by llambletoman, booming city of Rarbourville. ling horse in America and the wiuncr of more stosk horse Will make the .ca.n ol iliuatlhc be." t. da premiums und purtcs Ih.i'u an) ither hcr e in Ken) tilde ol I'enre ,V Farr. at their ira. sai , ind flare., in. solicited. A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. 1'.. mites Mis loolr), by lel'griph I have kept good faith and according dim ol.l.ro. luvley, bv rltlat j West of Stanford, ky , at lucky. It was just an ordinary scrap ot strapping pa Waterloo' dam by Helm's Yorkshire; he by Kd tlariOK will stand at mt stable. - IOI.C JAS. G (.IYF.NS. to promise have given you some letters, per, but it saved her life She was in the last (Imp. Yorkshire; U'M.AYREs dam Wtnutr'i Ilclshaciir: $30 to Insure a Mare in Foal. from t nf. rd on the new Wnitc Oak J'- d f"i. ,ln stages of consumption, told by physicians that 3d dam bt Kovsuth: id br in t be debut now my time is so constantly ted roan mare da Riser turnpike, near Duddtra'i s MIU e she was incurable and could only lite a short & manded that I caii but seldom, if at all, weighed less than 70 pounds On a piece of utvncd by Joe Helm and afterward b) N. T. I.e Mares parted with lorfeil lii.uranee Murekcpt at rea.onarde rates, hut no re.pon.ibiiil) loreswrapper papei she read of Dr. Kinc's New Ills, ttaierioottiiisunaai At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. write the paper that is so gladly wel- covcry, and got a sample bottle; it helped her, she Attorneys at Law, or accidents (1R tu luiuics) aaiviii vuiv, TM.nA bought her more, will also 4nc a io premium for tie best ware comed for its news of home So with bought a large butt c it helpedcontinued lis ueand txu fast, and colt and )7o lor trie U'st hor- - colt of Ed liar 327 Filth St., - - Louisville, Ky. many thanks to the editor for his pa- anotherstronggrew better rosy plump weighing 140 Money dti when the tr is Coated or maro parted healthy, is now low"s get lobe shown to Stanford the hrst Monday W For fuller particular in October., i$v. Also my )oua jaik Shrete llulding tience ami tolerence of my poor efforts, pounds druggist, rort Smith send stamp to of with Lien retained tillmonc) is paid Tnal bottles II Cole, r Will Ihj per mtted to serte or mares at I this wonderful distovrry tree at A. II I'eony's I will also stand at the same pla. e my fine and gratitude to the atllieted readers, JOE EMBREE, Drugstore. FRANK MAKIMON. JAS O. G1VENS am Yours Truly, Silknte. iu 10 insure a laiving- uou. will serte a few good mares at JJ to Insure a l. It is remarkable that the tornado at' King Iluekden is a bright bay without any white Hig soil Jx Is red jaik. j yearsold the I lib ill GlYESS KHRWQN. Death of L M. Gulley. t SIO tn Insure a Living Colt. Monet du at is itW. hands hush. Hue inane and tail, ol nurac la. October. He u m, hands high snd of hne Marshtield, Mo.f April IS, 1SS0, killed stt U and action. Hretl.bt, lonbrrc, or tan weaning lime or ben REAL EST VTE. lion ,inu is u natural sanuic norse' After two weeks' illness of pneumo- persons and destroyed the town. This a nrnttn lacs, with whiteraare is parted with in He double imi of Jim Porter points, 6 tears nld June He is by Miser King, the great premium horse. coin county, and ha i, aall A lien retained .in colts till the season is by Aiken's 1st dam by Imp. Iluekden ts 1jhu by Denny's nia, Lutlier M. Gulley died at liU home is exactly the name number said to have j K.ng'i'hf.,,;,1 paid. Moties slue ..hen the cull rumes or msrr 1st dam Itlack Drennon. Xd dam by Mlmore wsj, .. C .M.tpoo.VAMORI., near Lancaster, March 20, 1M0. On that been killed in JOiiisville. On rebruarv satin Jennet; she was tired b) King I'hillip; id great show horse Inhls Filmore llr was by Mont- - patted w.th da l jm Sian'ord. K) itm I'orter, rmslack I'own Lots,Cal, Iron and Timber Land bought "J 'i"'fCiiie, tn i ' ...m..t.,,l,l ,iUJ nf a',ra pfpvjn nimsell a(it lij nreeiler, Several of his oughbrcd lists in.l ii..) nf sn r tit. K r n K.r remorse- ,n, imi i ..... w. na, bunny afternoon death with jts o ....... -- ...w i.xii, imii or sold on Commission. Correspondence hue ,, ' solicited. I'KNC I A I Ak RIn Starford 5' at ueaning lime. less rasp entered a happy home and tornadoes in a number of States, incltul - ' 0' s V W LOGAN. Owner. , ... ...... took from its circle the brightest mem- mik Kenttu-KVvennessee, .uiwtissippi, VARNON, ber, lie was taken in his 21st year, Alabama, Georsu, South Carolina, North WALLACE IMaudarrf Attorney at Law, when hit feet vxere just erobhiiij: the Carolina, Illinois and twine other. There was the that were (K) sepaiatu tornadoes on that day lia lllack St.tllson 15', Hands High, Foaled 1W7. lall.on, Standard. pr.inls, ,' 'iau. !i h. f, Kentucky. tbteshold of manhood. He Stanford, Sy inini- - Siredrial ,I'eln.). idi , .ire, o. Nellie born and pride of the family and a fav- after the hour of 10 . m. This series of SIRED IIY l. LE WILKES O'Neal . i., Dick U ilki 1, tru Will practice in all the courts of this and sdjoui orite with all the community; j'oviul, nois, Dais) I. j n.. King Peiosky inai us, M4 stotnis destroyed 10,000 buildings killid 01: counties and in the courts of appeal. t dam Kate, by CHI's Vermont rr Luu, j )ar o d trial j ami five more ths ; lOfiiceover .MCKOoeru fc.m.R luruj store ble and t.uo with the youuj:; deferential! S00 persons and wounded J,r00. ni dam lllack Emily, by Hrlin's Yorkshires. hate shown trials ut ,0 ur belter all in , ,, son. tshnhi- 3d dam Little Emit), by Wajuer. rtainl) .nderful for a , )esro.l t i t-and resnectful with the old. He was a , by Imp Lctiantnan. "tan.lar.1 stallsott with liMiled oppuriunilkn; by i.ro W iters 4th dam Emily Ladles Havo Tried It , 1... ,.-- (. c: W ilkes j . site of llsrrt , , 5.i ua.i, ..!..!..WiliM wr l aciMn tutc, (luy Will rt member of the Christian Church, ready ,., A number of in) lady customer: s uaie men ... . . w.ii u..b.,i.. ,..I" 111'. U Vl'llc as I. ,!.. .sri .... i iii,...i u'.it... ... ..,.., .1.. ..,.,, .i..itu good work "Mothers Friend' and would net bu vrithuut it v,i.r , ,e i',,,,.,,. , ,.' i i: i ,v , ,,c.ii tiiiiii, j )e,ar ufsj ret ortl m1 i,.,i vii," .'...'. mul willing to iubiat in any i,.i..w'here ,.l.. IIf.. ,i,iii,i lor man) tunes us eosl They recOmmenO ft "' Lulu Yill.s lb. trial i n. "bt (ieorve Wilk. ' casitr w. Stanford oike. fuusd saiu loraMsj.i-os-j anu is isvaonly htsv that stands U llirt , , . . .... I,. raiirirMn (Lit and Meadily avoiding the evil. We will nil who .ire to become mothe r 1) HC Ls at ii.eeii tbe saasoa 'Msh.I ill Mia, litaaas lasa.1. Ia s.a. tMfjra ' Keif First dura Elua lane dam at Maud Mes.erurr Enc miss him sadly in our social circle, but druggist, Greentlllu,forAla W rite llradhe Id Urn,;- brllMj CIllef..j .. jd ,,. ,ht duia w.. r;..- . ,,; w, Co.. ilanta. Oa . o i s,k cisi , ... narticu lars lit all a lShy(.eBil. Ilrece, srsi uf I'oarl j , ,,, .v,iv(irT-ii.7, 'I t J'V. ' ' w.j.v ?' are comforted in the thought that he is ists. A It. Penny, Stanford, K) of Pearl .Medium j j? . i 10, more man any stuiiiou litti.ir or desad by Himiltoniau 10, sire of 41 performers in j", dam Second daaa kit!) Ruers rdaia f llertie t sssth 11 in 1 su class llylicn. Kntta, record s , happy in a home without soirow or byjletiry Cln) 8 sad to in a js class Uii Ktsos !) Ycrnsont Do not Sutter any Longer ,rMrkl Uill's Vermont 104 sue of llw.ncr Hoy 1 jx, Herts, 141, iIish Dsulitor of Arthur Siass' 1st Abdallah, sire sh ijold.muh AUU hr i,, R.uuj , Alcvantler s pain. We weep with his giief stricken Knost ing that eoush can be iherked In a da) i lllack Maria, mile :eecrl - , the dams of The data. I.r.dv Arthur, is by llourtton thief, sire t t II H, Almoit. Ilelmont. A, C ,' , ' I patents and may they lind consolation in and the first stages of consumption broken in a King y',, that sold for tug pru. Count Wilkes Lady Muditad saaiiy other Ihird d.as b, Red Jacket sii W ttt- nam ol ostes assd is i sl guarantee Dr. Ackers English ' iX, uamueiia is iss.es arft), .SCIm)) L. week, JH, out of Lillv Arthur. trHirourhbrrsJ. Il is a hand Euatack W likes 1 i4 and h second dams.. knowing he was not afraid to go. When Cough we hereb and will refund tn money to all Abel Col. IlrBcUhaw vjvK Remedy, i'.seral oth- vHTi lv ij'i hand hl(k and has protea bimstlf SoSi. tijVj. Lirie Wilkes aji,, Laura Ilel t fd 3 Hot J arts., C'ssmlsai )ue nfllrounai f a tin isreedetr t ill stana at it as per ud Willuu. told he was past all medical aid, how who buy, t.iko correct. directions, andAdo K. And ers in the j Job.t; bf Downtng's Vrrmint-sa sotj) Kd Wilkrs sire .f Pinice Wilke. lllack Hawk s il Jam bv Itar. lav's Columbus. lorS.Ieby our statement 1, S I AR WILKES is fine ailt"t ami a tsa.id-vhcautiiiillv did his trust in God sustain Phil I horap...n Druggist. )f H. ' b) tone t, sua i.t s, ,,' colt as )oucautind in the Wilkes faasil). $20 to Insure a Living Colt. hish Morpan him' His teply came in the linn voice He has nevsr bsren handled for speenl. bat will Fourth dam au eslra lal man., Our Vorj Best People upo-- r 1,. Wl ANDOI II. )JA of Abdullah ar.cl Mesnger h,H.cl tn.l fast when handled, llr will make lb- - season v i J of faith"I am not afraid to the. This ConHrniour slateiiietit when we sa) ttwtt Dr ho 2' of i&ooal my plai e j roili fr. ni Stanford on the l'l..skv vl. b) fiSisHge Wiiln s 11 hr.t 1, c English Remedy is in eter) way superior to Dttnt ille pike at II) MHropolilau, one .illiel., t bred sons of pjiynician liai failed, but I apt trusting dans of Nells. i'.Vej, anai U jals, t4 ' Haaibwtonian, hating fr I. is dam Kalie Jackson jji, trial Kysdvk's , at 4 yaarsol.l ill othT preparations for the thrwat and i.r., a liiaher and stronger arm." To his any and.In whoouin eouguauu croup, u is mau in D llyaiynih by scion.t dam Clara. Irsp- Cturlc). trial at years tulips, and 1 others tl u Iaivinjr boi .lain of Dexlci i 17 and Dictator, the sue of nuld trot los to : , idi We offer you b) Irons Cadmus, ... ,., o parents we would say, your lo. is bis und relieves at once this rfinedr is a sample !" se.ld on and Ju lirHtor a 17; CKallas 1 lb- free Pocahontas 17U... Remember M ,t 1. t im, e n e It itlian 10 st ilaKt Lady Wuleh ry sire gain. You cannot understand it now, itite ,, IIRKFitE w'lf.KKS will make the nnlee, at A R Pony s. Pi (. A l.lkM oit ii r.l. kt i.( I'rinco Imperial i jjSC and j r.t; id v pli.e ' miles from Stanturd, Kt sH yet thioiigh it all the woiks of the Creadam an inbrcsl Wagoner snare This hrwriw- Ituili llr.iu. h pike at The'Flrat Symptoms of Death. tains 4 percent, ol the dd horse Rsdyk s wuudrous wisdom, shines.. tor, IIi S'o i, the founder f the greatest trot. Iired fesjling.dul! headache, pains in viinuus stomting fau.ilt the world has ever known, loursing $25 to Insure a Mare in Foal, Blessed aie those who die in the l.oul. parts of the bod), sinking at the pit of the r; llir.Hi;h his veins from 4 .lilfernt channels vi loss of appetite, fev enshness, pimples or or, All will be made plain in the laud of ach all positltu utidence ol itciiiccl. r oou No Rtsiltl.'s II imhl.-- l .inali, nliiiiteer, MetropolitaH Mows tsdue hen the fact is ascertained or inaie art patted .1.1. a d Willi on Welsh puritn il CIIn Dl N.N matter how it became poisoned it must sunshine and gladness. 1. II KIN. Lancaster r: l:.i) stallion, 16 Sands high, f. alcd April . tb to avoid death Dr Veker's English Klood Hisir Nashville, March Maple Shade Stock Farm. TsWialconer, Boyl BRAGAITSA. Ityi S40 "YAZ00," 11799. r- County, Kentucky. I -- 111 1 1 - I Abdnllalt illambriiio li. s- race-hors- e. "William Lyl. - 1 ) 1 ) -, Thorn-recor- -- . v 1 1 1 1 rina j I W. MILLER li- -- Iodiic Dorsey Golddust; At $40 to ) ear-old- s "J half-mile- I 1 KATE 1- ) F. Brinklcy 1 )- -) at GILT EDGE! . I 1 nnl-frn- m race-hoi- e llnvclok i, l'rin-rep- ante-bellu- m i, s, t!d wts-k- 1 mat,-an- d DR PENNY, Dentist. -- , ).-- niar-ri.igenb-lc 111 PRICE, Srniii WATERLOO. I -i "I" PE1TGE. t Jt ston-wal- REMOVED! I , Ed Barlow, 2375. ) 1 ,.. - .. m S- .- 4 . .." REAL j I ...--(- da-- C ' 'f 1. ji, 1 ! I AYHES GIVENS, time-sh- n- - - t:.' rtl I I c- - ioi-y- I f STEVE WALKER, v. i - l( I I'ii, c Pinevillc, Kentucky. lot-y- r ss . it-- E. .... , I i "' '' star Spei-d- wilkes. 11.4 Arthur Sims, 3041, Wyandotte, m BREEZE -1 WILKES! I --- --- j ..1 5526, tl, . . n o o o m i , I 1 1- I i.i . .. .,'.'.. awaJ s 11 ,"t, 1 .SI I ,1 A a sssl - - i. i- -t .......' 1 1 - in a -- I t, ).ec'TjHe,,",-,M-aT!- $- - .1 ''' 1 1 Pen-H- ), '', bt-- sd - na -- 1 11. ; . TTSi" - 's I -. , - .1 Si5to Insure 111 1 1 Colt. . olui-te-er- , - ii-t-- K)c-Se - 1 11 eb-l-i, I len-aiis- ft - 'Vi ., Gover's Messenger. 1S86 - I I ! , . How blisl the righteous when liejiit!. lieu sinks a weary soul to rest. How mildly beams the closing e c IlutVKt'iitly htaB the oxpiring breast. "mi w ' c c fades the summer cloud uwu ; bo sinks the storius an o'er. So gently shuts the v ye of das'; So dies a wave along the shore, Life's labor done, as sinks the da) , Light from its load the spirit !tii', While Heat en and earth combine to ay hen lie dies" Huh Islet the righteous R. B. GEOGEGHAN, SUCCESSOR TO II BTMI0HAEL, 511 4TH THE HATTER, AVENUE. & i LOUISVILLE. 9- - KENTUCKY. The Nobbiest Most Stylish In thi m'.ruiiU', hurried or difficult breathing r.nsinx lhle,iu, tifihtness in thuibest quickened or sue its at nlclit pulse, ciulliiicssin the all or any of these I liiii;s are the hrst stasei Acker's English Cnuli Reme Dr de-will cure these fearful syiiiiitnins, and is sold inidiT :t iiosititc ifuarantet' by .A R I'cnii) Druyi;ist. That Terrible Cough Stock ol LIQUOR HAB W.ieli you nrcda mildlaxatite inu should hate DRUNKENNESS-TH- B IT-- In all the World there ls but ono j a medicine that will act on the liter and kidnrs Hswell as the bowels. llcttK' egct.ible Liter cure, Dr. Haines' Golden Specific. In IMIls art orenarcd ;N0X & JOHN B. STETSON & GO'S. HATS sist on Rttllujr theuiextiressly tor this purpose and It can be Hi tin in a cup ol lea or coffee without as they hat c no superior the knowledge of thi pcrsuti taking it, effecting a Penny, Druggist And tlomy own importation of English Hat few equals. A. R speedy and permanent mrc, v.hethcr the patient and Caps An tlcpant line of Canes and Lyon's is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. A continunl roughing is scry anno) ing tu per Fine aons sitting near )ou III any kind of a (fathering; I'nousands of drunkards hate been cured who, Ccle-- rated I'tubrcllas always on hand the Oolden Specific iu tncir coiTce besides, ii isot great damage to the throat and have taken knntslcdge, Iwlieve ll.cy daigerous at this season SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, lungs and Is exceedingly bottle of lleggs' Cherrt-Coug- without their of llieir own ind freewill. No harmfii-utfequit drinking One. hull fthee-a- r results from Us administration. Cures SyrHip will iclittnan) ordinary euugli, and ISC''ty. Order out sGlavci and other Pups, Send for circular and full particulars Ad. tlitVrPnivdv costs r.o more than the inferior grades sa'lsf.-'tio- r Srseiric Cu., itrj u.ari that are tliVo'vn nil the injrketsto sell ut enormous dress in confidence OoLni-city solic'iei' sliett HaceSirect. Cincinnati, O. R Penny. Drtigifist coed. H.Mi'tlail toordera NOlllli HAT il)i I rofits Ever brii(;ht to the citj ol Louisville, ncludiK the world-renown- MAT b pe-fe- -1 9 now band of Nihilists decided by lot which of them should kill the Cur of Kufssin, but the fellow upon whom the lot fell, killed linself in preference to the job. A 1 His 1st dam by t,ruy faille, it dais by Ac He tvussired bj Jr., by Msrsseiiger Chief, sire 01 Maud Messenger I'ennj's. 1st dam Jennie Elmo 1 o; .l dam by i toi; Malubrilio Meorrnrfr : ill ilam In- ttiinl,ii,k r't,,. Dr Aclcer'H English PlUa 4th Are acute, cffectite and pure For sick head-- 1 u,u dam by Imp. Napoleon. 51I1 dam by Ictnpc-i- ! s .""" "' . ' 'lu o.un ny .... .irlic. dtsordriMl stomach, loss r.f appetite, oau ... ..,,.'.,,. llio ompluxionand biliousness, they hate never breii Slupp s Paragon Messenger Chief was sirud bv ,,.... .. . e!u.ileu eitner in itinericior aoroau rorsaic i SC.Il.t. iiUI, iKiuani k. .umnurino .. tuii.tu.,11 01 Messenger A. R. Penny, Druggist id dam by Mambrino Chief, Ac He sired .Maud Messenger j 16'i; Abel 1 Marvel j ManA IN'ew Jersey man was lined for disning Holcrt Ii, record j a, trial 111 1 .1 mid other fast ones. orderly conduct, which consisted only in Abdallah Pilot was sired by Ueiamler's ; In Mambrino Cbief He bokinn over a fence at a woman otand-in- i; sired istdam ItlandiiiaRrd limiind Pickard iS"i, other r to wash a kitchen Aleaaaider's VbdallMi (siro of R)dyk's Hani oil a bletoniTii. sire of Dealer 1 7 4,' I sired tioldsinilh window. Maid jij; Maj.r Edsall 9, who in mrn sired Robert Mcliregor i;, sire of Ronnie Mef.re-goA Lady In Toxas Wrltoa i6'f i C. , Ac, ,Ve . .. I My ease is of lone; standing, has balHcd many .ii. isniici. inuiii 1 10. was sireu,ilit llcxamli.r'.. pli)sictans,nave trica every remeuy couiuneai .inuaiian. clam salcl to lie li) Imp llellfuiiudcr.Ac rot, but llradtield's Female Regulator is all tha- - ,, "niuurilio Unci, the .Ire of the second ilam of . Co e.iesednie Writ. Ih. Hradfi.M London jnij' und ij others iirtber particulars. Sold b) .ill druggists. 1 jo .ind bettor anil also sired the dams of tiny Wikes 1 It.ir- iS and the dams of 15 otncr with If you or uny ofsour laniily should happen to be " '''.'kcw or scalded, what hate you in records ,.l a jouni better frighllully burned r isoo at mir stable lie-- house tu alleviate the pain until Ton can get a ' ' ",c physician ? A box of Itczgs' (ierman Salte at near Turners! ille at a world ot hand in times like this would sate fering und .oftentimes a doctor bill, us it lus useplO to Livincr Colt. cases of this kind, its well as intjammatinn of all kinds. A R Penny, Druggist We will also stjnd our jack, 1 has ueter failed to remote scrofulous or stphilitic poisons. Sold under poaittte guarantee at A R, I lit I l sDDI F si AI I.ION, (iCIMilDIRIIU.Ba standard II.I) stallion, hind sired b) .Mosscnger 111 10I-4- 'rr ....,-.- ....1.. ijjli, n'f .; bdal-lab- step-ladde- 1 LT1 . 1 ' -.- ;:: 111 r n: '"" Iusure a open ( BLACZto Insure. JOHN, StUs. 9 .11 in At S10 uiic it hen tile m. t ) r.. A-- is parted I! li- - I 0O nub EU For Salo Twenty Xluilelin 11 I SEAL y h ct gutr-fantee- d. Iots Iu the corporate limits of Rowland. J DARST, Rowland. aiulcs ttlute, fai,d igs Ilreee. full brother 10 Mu.iil Messenger U'-- i. p'oaled Mat 1,187.. " a ri h M.ihngoii) (..15,11;), First dam Lady Messenger .nearlt full ,mcr , , ) bands high, lie.it v inane unit tail; is strict!) tine Maud Messenger 1 b) Abdallah and fane) , is butb a natural and pleasant saddlir, siro of the Price horse, trial t ao, and other 1:00.1 breeds lancy and when quietly dm en ill harness ones. goes like a trotter He is high-tast)leonbwth Second dam KI1.1 Jane fdamof Maud Mcssen sides 10 the third generation, is backed b thor- geriiok l'V f.entle llree.e, sire of IV, , , oughbreds on both sides, making him very .sctltc dam of Pisjrl Medium i tj, J and sprightl) 111 g.nt: in form and finish a perfci t Third dam Kittt Rivers dam of llertie (.irl model He was sired b) Siimpter Dcnniark, he j 17 br Alexander's Abdallah, sire ol t.oldsmltli Cromb) t.i.Jdard's Denmark, hr I.) I, aires Maid a 14 Rosalind 2 114, c. well's Denmark, he bs the rare horse, Denmark Fourth dan by Red Jacket sire of the dam ci he bt Imp. Ileilcrfi.nl His first dam was sired Kenmcks ,1k, a at li. and the second dam. nf bj Sir Wallice, lie by Todhuiiter's Sir Wallace So So J 17k... L.rie Wilkes Laura 1,1,. lie li) Sir Alhert. (tliorouglilireU) ail clam by ' dam of irgiiuus bv Tranb), thorough?o4) Red ViU. wre of I'nme 1!,UC "J bred) Mason's Wlnpp;)d the il.ltn a Wlupp mare Fifth dam an ettra fatt mare. Ali.l.lll.lh und fu.nn.,l.l.u..l' ""PlOseil tobeof .ticssetiktiT iirceae, Maud Messenger a, Sou of Wallaie Denmark above; st dam bt MilIlrad.haw j i.i1 t Abel j,,jf. Marvel ler's Denmark, he by the racehorse Denmark; his Kl. Jane. Marnl MeWnjer diim Florire: id dam by Montgomery's OHtcr; 3d .2o,J).,n. ilum by Old Dreiiiion, Tmn is a line shaped horse Abdallah MciiCllgai ut .Mess lil,u-e"Cr C hief Mfe with heat ) inani' mid tail, 15J4 bunds high ofMnud Mcssen er a ioCs r.. . .. . and is a natural saddler and has proven htmscli a .- li... ...in. . . iu, .1 .7u ; uy rienunil a auk fancy bret der, Arm in a icjvi,, vivunuiern aj,is f...i ir nt v." .. hrr.: ' I be above stock will make the season of iSqo at Volunteer, sire of St. Julen ai.'.Ae 'w' ' miles from llustontillc, nearl arpen-ter'- s i.i ni a 11,1 ni) farm viv rat na ft.. .J Station, and mil be pVrmtttt'd to serto marts i6', b Alexander's Abdallah Thiriii by the insurance, Red'jacket. bv Comet son ,' m "' hT KINDRED fiavt. crosses W" Mambr.no Chief 6 of .Morgim. c i In,"'3"' " Pilot, Jr , sire of the dams o "' S , 10, ic He Jla. ft4, j4 Et anv oilier horse to .Maud Messenger DENMARK LBXELL, or " -- ny other hor.e I1.11 10 a a 10 K nut Son of Wallace DeimarV. a handsonie cull, of placc atred will m.iL d.- - season ol 'Svo at m) line sire .mil of royul blood, will I.e. used pritatrlt. Slock committed to my care and breeding tvill receive mt personal attention tirass furnished $15 to a in Pnni ss ;it nusonable rates to be paid p.r before reinot al of .. . slock, Noresponsibilitv fur accidents cr escapes. JUouev Hue ttlwu the fact U Parting with stock forfeits insurance and makes narird u'uli ....r!uiln"u or cut.-- DUNN, Stanford, mare Kj J STKEI.E CARPEN IFR 4 s.asoudue il vir-giiii- us Wallace Denmark; ., he-b- ulc-lir.ite- TOM ROBINSON, 6'U..lbrm,VL,lV'o.' ' iJ Wallace atSlO; Tom atSIO ofH,S , l6' "'," im.rt-crosse- s ?" Insure Mare k.' -- ser t -- ss, lj)tuZi.jiZmt i. , vSft .ya-fl- sfcsgS.