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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890041801 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. V Semi-Weekl- y vol. xviii. Happy Jack Grows Melancholy. ih- - Kdltoryf the Interior Journal. Great Lend Sale April 22il, and Following (Continued from last issue. slon Trains From Nrw Wu wert, .,,,0t tllL. f.lliuip.s. England. There have been a great many, truly, .v.. 1 rope.ucs are . ' ln,Ul,r ortj0 won,t, It 1lt 1M.h f()r t 1. ..... I.M.lll fill 111uro.11 imu iron menial. v ship our cattle to New York on thu' protltahly mined for mo.e than JO yean. tIfln now. lljU,a1 ((f mvllfJ n l(J, o(tiu1 Thu location ii in thu midst of already t(o nM(, fr(jm m, uri. () co18inil. I lif cimpanv t!ie ,.l(l,s 0f developed piopott.es. tlt. etmntry folks., wlio liuul OWI1S HVIT MJ.IAF'i IICICS "I CM. tuivi 11X111 i'il them into thu thousands of "stands" i.uiu-i.iik- I timber lands, MitiuUeil in the hII along the mail. Tin railroails have Tennessee counties of Kuan. , Cumber-taiu- l dicoutiuiicd those stands, hut have ami Morgan. Its city of Cardiff brought work of kinds for CAROIFF. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. APRIL IS. 1890. NO. 14 ' To Das-Excur- ,,,,,,, I ; in Kcaumout, ami engaged board at the Arc headquarters for weiu here Laud and Water Co.'s line Hotel Heau- thiH week repairing and renovating the mont at very reasonable, rates for this section, where I am pleasantly situated, CrOCGriQS, XiiinO, C&O. company's stock pen. Kef ore buying your boy.s new spring This hotel cost SH'.OOO and is said to be suits see J. S. KdinlRton's fine display of furnish d as well as any in Southern Plows ! Plows ! Plows Huy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel . sampl.. I''st goods latot styles, low- California. It was built with the exnec- ... No plow is equal to those; no itation that the town would grow up to I low and you will make no mistake ed prie-'many other its proportions, but was finished just . Dr. Klaii has established himself thc rUn that the 01iver has' Every plow warranted to contains ovur Il.OlK) ucies. There families. Things havu not been bettered about the tune the boom collapsed, and ' P,ow cVer industiy.wlileh imp not Jlrnl a fa- or worsted that I can bee. We hno permanently nt l'ineville, to practice nny me.Hcine mill suigeiv, and Is rushing in. JJnsei.icnt.y has never brought the j0 good work, or no sale. Ask your neighbor, vorable chance nt Oarditl for M.cee-nfeasier ways of doing things ami prettier . - develop-meii- t ton lucrative practice. His wife and owuerri b,,t precious little revenue. The establishment anil p.otL, Tinanil costlier things to ilo things with, but family will honever remain here tliro present propnutor jjiU thu rent on very is in charge of men of approved nit any better not a bit. favorable terms as an inducement to the Hummer. I'tcursinns niilLMuciit mill experience. I was impressed very much with tliis f KL'up u open, tne patronage necessarily, -"- rncle"Ueon:e I'arrisli bouirht 1. to Canlitr for thc sale have been arranged f(U.t not ,uliy ilu.tMvh;.tl , ,m(l n tootll .flit company . is hop- Pate ICiux for 50U his shul little cottae ,,e,,'K '!"" s"'""- ' from principal cities of the North '""1 pulled; "extracted," they call it now. to sell out to an Impish syndicate, on Kim street and moved his family uiK Wist e to go Uu-about "K) years to thither Mondav. Mr. King and wife are who, if they buy, will form a colony of ' Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Gla3S, Wall TUB TOWN OP l"mill'P. hiiKhsh families here, in which event , nl tlie lattur'tf father' s Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, With these preliminary kid now -- one of the changes. ,,,,. this may be a considerable place some NV (J ,,lllHforiI. the presidont aiiddiriTtors of the Car Jewelry and Silverware. took the toothache. Our (rood old fath ..... . ...... ..r. I We wereli-veaold Mondav and day. .!",. ,, , 'FIIII.MI , !.. " Mill VMI Hllll Ililll ',.... l. ....I lleatimont, though not much of a town ' we have to thank those pretlv little la anizi'd a corporaitiiui iii)dr the Iiiwn of,.tor it had ached two or Sr . .. thiee months. ' men. .msse reau mm is considerably ahead of Ha lining' in pop- i . . i ,. stud, nl riMiiiiii4iH- ami seieciwi n uiara joiner, - hi. i,l,.t.. l,n,..ia ..I......I : c... III V IIICC hull millllt'Il nil nil t nfalint.i. ... .. .. .... llllll me ";.-'7"''so Masters Uarry, Toin ami (JIarencet;ol. " .""..'u1muiw,ih, ni... MiiH.tiiidjiiiiiiiii!hoiiieof the richest ' Our Thc Best Railroad . prepared a 11111; mil nf lniir iks 8 n, , UULt8 art lariM-.. , , her. forthe nice and appropriate birth-i:ret Alleghany ' ' "l f ' town is much more prettily laid ' f"'' dav presents with which thev presented ' l,elt. .1MI miles nearer than tiriiiliiKhain th",k 8l' i"",h"1 ,l ,,ml , " Prcscriptionb Care (J,,tmwlw H,lt' N,ul Th trt-- ' '"' 'venuea are wide; Prompt Attention with Western markcta l,,m" Wm' " ,l,ail' bHwl thuw ns ,,U the Homeand School ,,e latter, which run north and south, Ih.T vaiitnJu of t -'"" U . ml hear- I Wr ,n h for lo dVnl PI.11h1.1 in Louisville, has this to say having a row of shade fees on each side. given to EngravJrim m tie of e fully Compounded l j"Ml u"U,t alio.tt education and educational facili- - Tt,e,se, which number 10,000, were not ..I? neSZ c .1 biul w it ,' V""' w,,,h "' "r f,,l,,ur W,",,, ,,,OIItt,, l! ... this town, which we arc sorry to lIlllltw, lU, ,tt8l ApriI aml havo 110l Mt. ing and Repairing tk-.Cf,U m of mv f f ,.','-f-,"",- ' s,y smacks a little 0 the truth- Crab tained much sue yet, but withiri several ..".u'.r uitrpnsis. .1. m .11. u l'"r. at all hours, day misters. Tney lookeiUemethiiij; like a Orchard Colleire is not prosperinu'. The rears thev will L'ntlv..nlnin.tl.nl....-iiiof Watches, Clocks KUiir.Hllee lor U,"'chii ueMMiipiiieiH in brace ami bit, without the bit, only they people of that community should take ly of the place and diminish the force of to a nourishing centre had a handle something like an inch- - more interest in the education of their the winds to a considerable extent. and Jewelry. and night. They have been inlluenct'd in the .. .. ..r 1... jaucer. lie worked them into my mouth, children. The college hiiildiu reminds Keaumo.it is west of K.inninj; only six :.. .. 'tn.ii.-- ini ,. ... ,u.. ...r, hitched onto the tooth, placed his left ,f a .HI..,,!.!,,...,! barn miles and of course the environments re e,v..ee to al other enlerpr.s..s 01 oe-- , f)0 Hp ,n my B. H DANK8. Jowoler, J S. WELLS, Ph. O. Preac Clk. q um uw lU , are similar. That distance in California ... progress W.I I. A N. heru ,M my xelopment that are Ui n ThIW(lav n,t,.rllO011 discovered doesn't change the aspect of the moun- -' Raw " amoke ininu f.oiu the roof of Mr. Mart tains much It is t lie highest point on ....... ,,y tw,M "", n ,,',u11 M" . I."........- - -r !,,,. STANFORD, Ky. Main Street, Opp, just before I died the tooth came. It Smith's dwelling. He sounded the tire, the Southern Pacitic railroad between' ..." , 111 IS II. nil t.iui-in m- iruiiiTiviiiiii had three long claws to it and two of alarm at once ami the bucKet brigade re-- J.os Angeles nnd Yuma, Arizona. The a near as may be in the geographical them had lapped it i i i, nil pretty much around paired to tlie endangered building at a scenery is lovely and the view south' s m i i u thu IkjII, and In thu midst of ihe ti i f l'. i 11 and of course brought right iloiinie-iiuiCM L.J9 I' IXKI1. I speed. A strong wind was fniin Mnnnt Ih.vl.l w nn.. nt th. nraml. i I' 1 I f J' L li i already developed propeitles, nt the foot smart of it along with them. Well, some blowing, which in a few minutes must est I ever beheld. The mountains in of Walden's Uldge, the great coal reser-oi- r toius nave too uiucti anyhow. l,:,ve fanned the kindling Humeri into a the vicinity of San Diego, about 75 miles of lUct Tennessee, and at a jioint and I can t "c that there is any change big blaze, had not some thoughtful per- distant, aie visible to tlie unaided eye alK.ut 7"i miles mirth of the prosperous in that in the last .V) years and my memsons torn oil the plastering mid gotten oh a tine day. :ty of ChalUiuooM. u'ul alKiut l'J.1 miles ory serves me well about it. up next to the roof where the lire was Mister was observ.nl at the Beaumont southwest of the growingdistrictofCutii-btrlauI took the tooth-achagain not long making headway. The lire originated churches. I worshipped s at the Presbyliap. The great Kentucky ago. Went to see I.ee Hiill'mnii. Ho (iuiii a defective llue; damages slight. terian church, which was tastefully decregion lies directly to the north on had some beautiful instrument looked Col. I). i. Slaughter and family have the innin route to Cincinnnti. Thu mild- like a change. Said tooth pulling had removed to their new summer resort, orated with (lowers and evergreens. Heard an appropriate sermon by Hew ness of tliecliniate, enahling work in the got to be a kind of "Why Urcen ltriar Springs, two miles from John Stuwart, who is not only a good round, Is indicated Jack, people have BHHBIBBHjflBLkTri k vEV.vk'CJfaiBSiikM jt open air all the year rfit i!. Jt saJvlui teeth 'extracted' now here, which he will about May open to preacher, but a very nice gentleman .hcavciagex of the weather bureau nl by f()r fun; u W0i.t I havu a lit- - the public 011 n grand scale. JlJhl He has, it He is a native of Kentucky and during rhattaiiooisa. which report ,!.., h.iri. In ni.iiiimuf.ir" it seems, abandoned the idea of going to . .. . r " .......7.., , his young manhood taught school in rnl.renl.cu as thu mean annua, icmpera-- R , (k.Mfoy ,m, jwi mlMv i8soft( Middlesboro, Hince the "big" company Harroilsbiirg. Later on he moved to InHire at that place. . kind wnnls mid !..ui..vi.l..ti! ...ml.. out there failed to build the "Katydid." diana and entered thu ministry. On acl'he proceeds uf sales will b" applied n.e feel better. Hu sit m me down in' He doesn't care particularly about it count of his wife's health he prefers this to tin iiiiprov.iiiie.its of the property hv that spring cushioned chair with a pil- . n0u-- thoiiuh. hut his attorney. Col. W. place to a better appointment, which he of iron furnaces, coko ovens, jlowed the : flint lif llu luroix.1 .j. i .11 ..I.:.... .......... i:....u .....in.in, .b ...ii... iivl....n..- - t in.- is fullv capable of lilliiiL'. hotel, waterworks, motor line, electric uoy, ami iiiiick as wen etitute suit against the inl.uesnoro com.irswia.ii.-H- i iuiii. Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture it has been considerably warmer dur- plants and public as white, lights, the governor and lloater alike; ,,.,y for10,lXK) damages, if the building, ing the past week, ami there wa? very beUtlered which and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods buildings. A plan will j he is not partial; hu N the same toevei-i hich they contracted to put up is not little wind up to yesterday, when itcom will enalile purchaen to secure lots at body who calls on him bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con- in his line, tramp 0 terra linna by May 1. As the foun-- j ...enced to blow from the east and has speculative pi ices, reasonable mid not sell lower than the lowest. or drummer. It felt as "soft as downy has not been laid yet, the Mud continued ever since; ami altho' it blows vinced that I . the intention being togivepatrnr.sof the pillows are." I took his gas; he put dation (jitv. contractors are, it seems to a man very hard, I don't mind it much, as it is a chance to make a prollt, as well n sde those beautiful foiceps hold of n tooth ,,' snpljug, in for it. unless they can, so dry, pure and invigorating, and untie' company. about the size of a year-olAladin-like- . rear a palace by enchant-- J like the west wind, which is often cold HU OHK. began a srientilii sway of his) writ, nc-- i inu.it. and penetrating at this time of year. The Kisl I'ussil. or Clinton Iron Oie. icoinpaniedbva few gvrations of Walker Lan.hain, deputy collector, his elKKK'l" SPECIFIC cures all blood disoacs, such atScroluli, Ulcer, Pimples, Ulcerated Thioat Mr Speaking of wind, it is said that in the .l .1... o ll,.., .. ,.,.1is the foundation of the 1.0.1 industry at I. . ....- .Vi. vo iwuiliumwu IltllllK Olll Oil! " iu all its stagw, J Price Ji per bottle. "v S' ' Colorado Desert below here it blows so White Swelling, Syphilitic d.eae mtm plc.isant to Necroi. the Irni.ton.cs. It cures Dvsneatla has been ested hv, IBIIIillM j0f,n'MBo have gone to take of alt MAVIS' IKON HITTERS U the This o mv f(w; r w miu1 Mrs. keen appetite, ennche the blood, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscles hard and SO constantly that the telvrailll Ihe.m..e Biea n" and nervous stem. Price $. prbotll.' m , Wr(l8(fm,tllitli;;jinj:U fn Mile, where they will make their future actually CUt ", .,nt opjnrjiimly. . esthnat- down hv the H lllll GATI.IKP'.S WORM SYRUP t made of the bet worm killers and expeller Vnown to the med g. ve a , , home. Mr J. U. Livingston is spend-,- p lies are ,k(, 1V n it pivas.tni to ukc, sale anu rename, rrite j ical profession anil mereiore recommenus ,, , and the.,ant..of ore. -'-I he wmof tho my aviMs ,n ,h ,,ayo i)(, a n tvt8 t Ub. winch is driven before it; hi the at Seven per bottle. MAONE1IC PILLS tor all ConipUtmt, Impaired Digestion, Skk Headache, GATI.IFF'S windows veins is very regular, averaging In Oar.i Mood as a M.hIoc Indians mid about tonville. .Mrs.-.- i. u. tunlii.iiM .ins iuet Palms, the panes of glass Pru e ys tents per bo Ac. Acts as i atli.uiii . ,,., uV , C . of the station are so worn by the action . Manufacturi'd and .or sale lo the trade by the l.il't...... ' l" ' ' '"" ""'" 1tk I'- ln.it mid mi thn . that tiii.e out .inn.. .In.- i.mfl. .i,ifi... iuturiiedfmi I.ou.HVille, w Here sliewe.it (ns'k pioperty, night milwidistant. fully "laughing gas" made everybody in the to purchase her spring stock ol milline- - of the sand that it is almost impossible WILLIAMSBURG RI.T CO., six feet There i eiioiijcii iron oie with- house laugh -- hut me. I thought brake- - to see thro' them. Notwithstanding tin I'ett. rv Mr. Itmmev I'isl. has taken a in ten miles 01 the town to supply ten Hampton would kill himelf. "Inl- it ..".,.'- - ,,l.,i... nn'tli.. f.. . .V: lli'i i a ee - km' of l,, vvin,l jt l,""'L,s twi.Hly, and ItmuicMi HW yearn, i ,..... nial, "noblenatured fellow a.id wo with never attains to the cyclone proportions STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. AgrSM ....... I.. .. I. ." .... : A. S. " uuiqnw 'V.',,""? J .""'-- " at lea-,- no cyclone, tornado or hurrimore Tl.....nnlitvofthe ore will f him much success. Miss Muniio 1'al- life and well Ill MIVKIirw Ill' persons wisliinjj ,. Sl'Kt'KON DENTIST cane has ever yet visited this State. with the I was speechler pleHsed wife let then tme Patent Flour made at for a full half hum. fullv discussed in lurd, who has been visiting her aunt -, . W . . . II. Call for jour ...!.. This countv (San Ilcrnardiiio) it one Stanford Roller MilU not ijot itit etiat hnnd, urge Olli. e "n Mam 'i irr, nougn snni'm- toiiiiiininK-H.- .. xuihIiimJ . mv mouth out aftor sheddin lmu'm.. w i nmi.m lum. r.tiirn..il f.. lnr I atiulvsm. , Mere, infnr.l McRoberts' and if they line uruer irnni ireui uuu tl,e .s i cent, of ...etalic ir.n c.mld eas. - j imilJl, UIinm as wOul. havV satislksl a i,ollle in' t much to the regret ur'?1 in Uu rlt;:11 h .rantee a plc.Ki.iit Mt toVyuhVi al)0,,t l"llf ,lu' ",l' of Kttinky. Ihe andimerestuiSia.u,u U i..'.'..eii. it moni lair and if, jmvisj, sacrifice "of hulls and c Lf ..., .,.,.;... .. w...s. win. Loath. si... i ui M'ltiiii nwi . X PiUTs, Superintendent on let-satisfactory to b,.,, that I..e was like little (ieo.ee ..... ....i Mm. I.eiln l.ivim-- . greater portion of it is mountains ami I suppose that not over oloied but more solid facts. Washington couldn't tell a lie. Said! j,ti, uee loous. is nt lier father's for deserts and HARRY A. EVANS, .V of it is tit for agriculture. Willi?. Co "F D It has Nt Mines now ownfHi iiyino utudiu oa:i Lain not exactly killed, hut I the summer. Mers. F. Arthur eller, feclid Vest.iiul.'d Trains to furnishing oro ,0lieve in in soul our 'laughing ga.V been developed wonderfully during the ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, and lion Co.. are James Cummins. Uobeit Kdmiston. Sam Philadelphia to furnaces at Uockwood, Dayton, Chat is some of mamma's 'bittersweet' in a Magee and W. .1. Kdmiston took in tho last ten years. In lSO, the assessed val STANFORD, KY Baltimore, New Yorl, tanooga and South Pittsburg- The qual- new uniform, and as I discover that you hopandhaiupiet.it Middlesboro Tues- - uation of the property was $2,000,000; in and southeast. " LastOnI one uiiilu out Ircm Lexington, ity of the ore needs no more convincing have pulled the wrong tooth, you may day night. Healing of the serious cut- iss. si .',000,000; in istfi,', $:.,o)ooo,uooi Engineering' "and Surveying in ah of .... llllles of nillwav. exclusive all brandies. Cmre.Ud Tune Card .n Kffect (an ii, .8,o now try dynamite on the right one, recommendation. s ting affray oi which her son was the vici.ot ATION. Tno famous Hear Vullev Reservoir is it wont hint either." I don't num. tim. Mrs. H.irker left immediately for TiaTfyT ."iccorn. ! Da.lv Dailtves. lo miles north of this place. AlSl'ATIOXS. The unusual proximity of the factois enrilw- :Us miu-I- i At last report Mr. King about Harbourville. r.xprcm. r.. Sim. Kx nun, tho' it is one of the largest artificial lakes of iron production, ore, fuel and llu.x, is istry from as shoit a lecture as I did wasgetting along nicely and his friends Le Stanford ii 3i n'n 3 17 am 12 3t n'n in the State, its size is to be greatly ina marked natural feature of the South, from HuH'maii. pm i. io am 5 30 pm 6 " LexinKtou. here hope that he may speedily recover. " Winchester 10 miles long will be 7 00 pm ii 43 pni 6 40 pm and Alabama. creased and a ditch Meeting folks tell us there is nothing especially in Tennessee " K. U. Junction. In the corporate limit', of I'nul.ind " Mt. Sterling-- .. . . 7 30 pm SuccessfuUurnaces at Uockwood, Day- liko "experimental knowledge" and "J pml 7 10 pm Hi hulk. .lohn Woods bought some dug to convoy the: water to several towns H J. PARS I, Kowland. " .Morehead ..' 8 39 pm 1 43 pm' 9 aS pm $, South l'ittsbuig, Chattanooga and there ceitainly is not in pulling eye shoats in this settlement for $:'.... Huh southwest, for irrigation and other purton, ' Olive Hill J J3 J'", " Ahland . .l.o 30 pm 5 JS pm! the teeth. I shall never forget that "llowerv hie oi Sou have lost two good jacks by poses. If the dam were to burst, eevera Itirtiunghaui have demonstrated ' Catletutmri; ... Iio 43 pm J 30 pm. " Huntington .... ..,.1 07 pm 6 3 I'm nractical advantages of such a situation, u., 0f ease." I am not greedy, never lung fever. We are glad to notu that thriving towns would be wiped out of Lve.ll.iiitingtoli 13 30 uin Mid-was; upon the contrary I now. in this wo have been granted a 'magisterial existence. I'm glad to say that while the recent Mow of capital to Cliarlcitaii. .. 5.aui wkonsand horw to Arr ClifMi. Vutie. : ' 7 J8 am is not in the course thu water my have vdded new baggie., my .table second to dlesboio, Fori l'avne and elsewhe.e in othci-H- , give ",t ttn.iHiit revoking all and recommend that the people I. very business making ' LjncltblHg .. and be.pieath in perfect 45 am ' turnouts on .l.ort this sectmii " Chariot le. title .. 10 51. am great Alleghany mineral belt, pI.ouh wi.11ll,.NI to tllu balance of il... world call on S. Dunbar or (..eorge l Unglit to would take. I'm "skittish" about these none inanil feeding by First the the da, wee", or month a notice " W.uhinlcn . ..' 33 pru O J fHURMOXD, the continued confidence of business .a' my interest in the balance of Huu-me- represent us as magistrate in our couit big dams since tho terrible catastrophe at speculty. " llaltiinore 3 $a pin Junction City, Ky ' I'hiUdelnhia. 6 13 pm 07 am In general, the location of Car-- turn's "pastime and fun." We Hindi of claims, liuarterly meeting passed oil' Johnstown and Prescott, Arioua. " Ne Vork ... v 10 I"" diff iB ia same. In detail, wu invite j never get through cutting our eve teeth with but few in attendance, but with " KIchuiond. Va. ..! 2 40 pm T. It. Walton. iiiijor inai, ami as long ,.,.,. me. ' OldPnintComfort in i. .is ... (.ompuiiMiii. ... iimiiiOiimr. ('nrn.Hiters liavebeL'iui 1... ....!. ..... ai.n 1. ...... ......1. ' Norfolk :1s W. W. Gilmore was killed at l.eb- bOW ..,,11 ,,.... ilntl'f Inr'u I.11111I Ilr;,.lit'ii hnilmt ...... tint mill ... l.nt ..v.. v ..m .....x.. ll.nl. it, .1... Ull .1. .... !.. w. rilllmil tl.'.l Wltll . 1. U.I.... lit ....K UlllH'IIIKl I'llkll. o ,M.i .....b ... Ill" "" uesday night while trying to nilnniii I'rain. leaving Lexington at 11:40 a in and 3.3s cargo of our there are plenty of iocatjon ;8 ,utv, I lenrv Wnvv , nf rn or., ' around the wrist is a new fashion. ..V .. W. . w.... ..1 1l.1l). except Sunday ennect at Vmchcs-(c- r on the express while it was running. and don t let a gnash our teeth , Tiw, T,iii.,l t;nf.R Siitireme Court B00,h-'for 1'n.hiuonJ, Ky and mintt on ihe K. C R. ot ?t per, lmihiou rantwl This life "8 at things that we can't t' A Michigan steamer plying between Clay Smith will I unit.'d Vestibule Kx from New Kev. (iitn-holds that Dejmty Mtushal .Neagle, who, ,n8 fiWl,e,8 nft n.ii ft8 ,one triil month. . u r,i'.;'.. nv hidhih ...ifinnvv nun ...iv i.irx wn phi.., W' ..l.injtbiiand all potut. Fast, arrive, at , tribulations, don't you forget it. He- - oreach at Providence church the :.il " killed Judge Terry, at i.omrop, xai. i.ex.m;iuii at 47 lp m daily Stanford 11 57 p m. tr,k,n ll bru,t'' ,;. reported that fl ilR .. .l .... of coniH member .... i.t mail from Wtt hniond rn anu an uuiiiis Ha while the latter was in the ict Lord's day in April. Mrs. Joe Swope is were urowiieu. a, una nil local stations ar- aM, iiuiiiinston, fW WUK? carassault on Justice "Our lives are songs, God writes the ellects of another mitting a murderoua r.ves Lex.ngtoii.it 11 40 noon daily except Sun- -- Mr. Itamlall served his State and . won s , SMan,in Owsley has made ap- Mnnrii 11 37 p m. Field.wasjustifledinsl.ootingTerryun-- , Accommodation trom Ulneilill and intenneduta " Ami wo set tliem to music at plca.si.ie; , eountry for 2i years as congtessniun, ...... tim umu.a nmw .lmi nr ai... nr t.l points, Richmond, K., and points on the K. C. . .... .... .. for Densio... Mrs. Jennie and . circumstances. der the Ry arrive, at Lexington I'm, a in, daily, exIUIJ.1.....U iiii.i.uiio uiri.l. ..l...UJ.jr Ullllliu HUSTONVILLE, KY. During tho present session of Con sad Miss Lou Uright returned from Middles cept Sunday Stanford ivoiini. lie ure tickets read rend iaN". N". M. V. Ah wo choose to fashion tho measure. boro, delighted with tlie town in general. a period that embraced nearly all the Mr. gress Mr. Kandall W113 paired with Are still ..1 .nc hiKine. and ..,,.., tt.iPruLiiiif imp. We iiae a nny Co., Ull. lull ii tn fnll lobbing scandals that have ever disurac- died two Wo must write the music, whatever the . Vi....i...,i. 1.... ....,., n lnr time card., ticket... and full informatiou. Wilbur until that gentleman song m.dkiil it'self while l.o was trying to jed the nation, and yet not one mrteiir cauai. weeks ago. Then Mr. ltandall paired Whatever its rlivme or metre; 15. W. IIARNU. Pielet Agent. it M. bort break it. obtiimi new lever stuck to his lingers. Whe.e can I.,..-- ,,can berh.ir,' nf " bumnesnonce will .1.liox S. A. HROMUERC;. Trav. I'ass.Agt. and nd if it is sad we can make it glA.t, with Gen. Thomas M. llrowne, of Indi In. r'ir be foiind such another among his Sill- - ,,, .,nd. m mv one needing .MOlkiug m 0i J. I.. MUKrjIV.tlcn'l. I'axs.AEl'. Or if avfeet we can mnkejt sweeter'" Judge Morrow won the ana, who has been in bad health Anduu- J. n VARRING ION jd V. !., Lexlnpton, Kt viving colleagues'.' Louisville Tost. I"' H ' 1:10 J. IIa.VvJW'k; .aceatKIizabethiu ' ablo to atto'nd the Kesaion of tho House. ...e ''' t, The Wonders of California. Kk.w-moxCm.., April 1, lS'.ip. Dap-- i Thirc will he p.cachiugat thu Dk.w. Ixtku.ou. I'.eing nniihlu to get tlst church Sunday ami Suiiilay night. pleasant accommodations nt Banning, I Miss Lillias thichamm has begun a ran up here to see if they coukl be found 6i'leet school at tin Walnut Flat school- CRAB ORCHARD. t, HIGGINS & M'KINNEY j ' IlOIISI'. The 1.. A X. carpenters fi HaidwarS, .. StOVS3, Salt, ! s .. itM-arce-l- ul , .!.-- ! 11 - DRUGS and JEWELRY M AMP;i )ililr 1 I 1 I 1 l... 1 I ..... 1 1 .1 l rs - : l ,,'. ..,,,, "" i . r ny ATOM9 Watch. "l I - j ho " iue , Z I ''"ltl'"''K,""t" s- j - s ; tooth-dmwer- - ' . e i.i v 1 --- - j .n..u. 1 - I I 'Br." W. B. MoEOBEETS, Cotm-Houst mi m . 1 j jaw-bon- e i I i BiJ II AWK m. .f w. 1J onfi DjT?i -i m m. jaw-lmn- e MAC3C H UFA 'MAN FM'OK d e Kh.e-gras- ..... 1 ,, lrei.lk. .,,,,. "pa-time- ." I . 1 i . er.-ctio- lie:ul-)i(i:ir- mauuf.-u-turi.i- j cane j I d colt'-toot- h. The Great Remedies! . ilct J .... -' ' J - mvW ' , '- .",.., J,,,,,. - , g . I ' Williaiiislmr, Ky. r. ' - iiKi-tiu- I 1 PRICE, . 1 . - 1 TxmItu, I -- , cro-cer- y, or . . ,h-- Korl-eartle- . ,f m-.t- ri-l- s I'll - 1 - i 'V' ' '..,.. kv"-"- 1 one-thi- rd OLD Nvtt-Hi- KY. HOtTTB MiiM-siii, to-da- y i;i.iv - Washington, - TlT.,l.n, per-ban- - For Sale - Twenty Building I-o- ts , 111 Xiivory Stable. . . 1 "' lia-tri- ct Mean-mo- nt . 1 I 1 il. 1 . n. 1 . ' I ivL-ui-f A - 11 fnl-ir- .i I , life-bo- at -- 11 i I l"-l- ? ' fuH YorL-Phllmlr- .,.,..." 4 i I1 -' , ' STJTTOIT & CO., 1 penny;. I , ,i ., X-- . six-furlo- n; s Cm-- t.i, vw.fct,ifJfc,aa.-Kxyvt- 4 . .'. ta.4 - ,11 TTniiMdiaim.nim.iwoniioi tasaussasmismuitmmmms v I I V 1 composed'the excursion to the opening of "The Middlesborough" at Middlesevening. The liberaljty boro Tucsdav so frequently evinced by the citizens of that mysteriously growing city was more " Surveyor. HARRY A. E AXsi plainly shown than ever and the occa CONDENSED. NEWS Coroner. ARCH CAHSOX sion will for many a day be an oasis in Missouri boy killed the life of those who accepted the invicontinues tn tire his two white caps who came to whip his Gov. tation and partook of the hospitality. the legislature and if any father. vetoes at The special train that passed Stanford at legislation escapes his eajrle eye it B. T. Barnutn killed his father-in-la1:'0 bore as handsome a crowd, as lively Iff record maker V. 1U1I, in Xew Kent county, Va., a crowd and as agreeable one as has the does not appear. Some to who wanted to poe as in a family broil. from Louisville, L. & X. railroad transported in its exisThe railroads have already made a tence. Three well filled coaches drew the friend of free labor, had a bill paetl convicts to work rate to the U. A. K. meeting in up to Stanford and when the Lancaster to require for Boston in August. htone quarry, prepare curbing in the and Stanford beauty and chivalry got macadamizing The Met. Companies, doing a large aboard it was a jam. But what cared Hreets and material for streets in Louisville, and do other such business in staves, barrels, lumber, iV.c, youth and buoyancy for a jam? Not the labor on the public property, so as not to in fxmisville, and employing -- 00 men, least, for ere Crab Orchard had been unViis week Vests, have assigned. come in competition with labor not reached the chatter of the young people o of 0c. control of the commissioners. The question of a Trim- der the showed that they were as happy as heart Tin.l-iiir-. who is never afraid.. to do the prohibition question in Iowa was vvs " could wish, and it was not without regret of tho proper thing, whether it is policy or kU,e(, n t,)0 iIouse, which settles tlie that Middlesboro was called out nnd the degiving business for two years longer. not, vetoed the mil, pleasant location of a few were changed .. li.it jinnvii-tThe steamerSuetta was wrecked off for a while. It was only for a while reasons tnereior. it.. oimwn k..w iiu week we labor is only toJe dreaded when concen- the coast of Thurdan Island on March 1. though, for in an hour the --M0 passenon one point, when confined to One'hundred and thirteen people were gers were assigned to the elegant rooms, trated Good one thing; that safety lies in diffusion. lot, ft? of whom were negroes. to good . Come furnished in pure Kuglish style, and The Gilbert starch works, at Des felt the monarchs of all they surveyed. Further he shows that if we no not perGoods, see tyr.f mit tho convirts to work, men who are Moines, Iowa., were destroyed by lire. "The Middlesborough" is a iwauty and who do work, must sup- Loss $100,000. Two girls ami a man from bottom to top, interior ami exterior not convicts port these convicts in idleness. There were lmmed to death in the building. and the accommodations sugges-- t a is a vast amount of demagogy worked on Alice Elliott, of Ottawa, adopted tlie thought of those in the garden of tho the laboring men about compeimou novel method for killing herself of swal- - gods. It is of the Queen Anne style and ,..,ti. nnnvinf. tailor bv those who profit lnwinir a nenknife with tho blades open. as unique as can be. Over $100,000 have , Judge Durham's Withdrawal. bv their credulity, which the t.'o'mi lt it hadn't killed her at last accounts-- already been expended and the foundaTo ihf Kditor of ll Interior Journal ) very successfully counteract, j eUiUe) Nevada, anil Wyo-ann tUe or's veto tion has just been lai,l for a 110,000 ball At the solicitations of Mends in differmiing, with only :'.0,.)7:t votes all told, room in addition. It is 4J stones high makes mighty good reading. ent sections of the State, a hhort time will have double the power of the great and located on a knoll, which tho Lord since, I announced myself a candidate The Washington correspondent o.tht- s ( Xew Vofk w,,u.h has 1;!0OiO0o seemed to have built for the purpose. for State auditor, subject to the action of says that the democratvotes. A beautiful winding path with (lowers That announceie members of Congress iron mp1berR of u n of convil.,M and shrubbery on either' side and set- the democratic party. ' ..LiiinttD fiiittr ptirtrts .in it.. rrmimu n ment has met the approval of many p vm wtr im iv. horde on their way to the western part of the tees at every bend makes it present a pern in the State, and I have had Matterto turn the hungry Is Receiving His State, jumped from the train at Leitch-fielpicture of elegance and ease. Asa S. ing assurances of succe.vi in the race. upon the treasury. Judae Holman.wno Tuesday night, and escaped in the Looinis is manager and is a man thorWithin the pa&t week I have been tenhas made some reputation as a watch- daikness. He is ac- dered an honorable and responsible pooughly suited for the place. is kuown princidog of the treasury and The longest American railroad tundegree and sition in a business matter in the city of pally for his "Looject" to most appro- nel is the Hoosac tunnel on the Fitch-bur- g commodating to a decided Goods Warr.vUetl and a Perfect Kit (nuranteed. Give him a call possesses the peculiar faculty of never Lexington, and while I should have re.will fight for days and nights priations, miles. Tho St. Goth-nr- forgetting a face. He is a model hotel railroad garded an election to the office of auditor against a proposed increase in salary of tunnel, in Europe, is over 9 hiiles man and the number of friends made .GO will al a high honor, my personal interests n mntitli for a clerk, and he length. offered. during the opening heartily wish him prompt me to accept a small in most wear himself out opposing The butchers of Louisville have signAs that will require my undivided at- claim; but he is ready to vote lor a pen- ed an agreement to make their own sup- success. women t ntion, 1 must declim to make the race The hop was grand. Beautiful sion bill involving tin amount ranging ply of ice and to refuse to handle meat from points in Kentucky most noted for for auditor. I return my sincere thanks from one hundred to five hun-- . anvwhero . . i. t ...i ii "- :.., - from Armour it Co. They will build an them were present in large numbers, the to the paj era which have spoken kindly Ured millions ot dollars. Aim music of Troct was delightful, the fioor of me and my fitness to discharge the necessary ice factory. ply because the soldier vote is The Merchants' nnd Traders' Exaccording to Hoyle and there duties of the office, and to the many for their election. To hades with such change, a big bucket shop, with head- was waxed was nothing to prevent it from being the friends who, in 'person and by letter, reueem uieir men. Let the republicans branches at for miles around have offered me their lntluence and sup- quarters in Nashville and And Spades, pledges to the soldiers without any as- various Southern points, have failed, car- swell event this country Louisville, Lebanon, port. Whilst I shall not be actively en has ever known. from the democratic party. Mstance rying with them McCrea & Co., their Danville, Lancaster and Stanford were gaged in public life, I will at all times be A: representatives in Louisville. represented and each with reputations reaily to maintain and defend the princiSctH, Pcjih The republicans of the U. S. Senate in IlcaiiN The House has decided the election for tony hops, have admitted that Midhave been basing their arguments, if ples of the party with which I have been Also a full stock of Landreth'vs, D. M. Ferry cV CoA ami Crossman's called, in contest cases of Posey vs. Parrett, from . .,.,1. ti.oi.. rill iiiiii ennPohPA nti hit lOuiiniintfl Indiana, and Bowen vs Buchanan, from dlesboro is a rival of them all, and will identified during my life, believing, as I ri'. i.o, r..n,,iilw-i..." Garden Seeds in papers. 1...... ui V.TW iri Lor hortkil ft- P lfct- tl -t . nit kjk . iwi i . do, that the peace, happiness and prositvur mii acawii m ij'iiw..-"- - demo-- 1 bc8towe,i. An elegant perity of our common country are best of seats In that body from Montnna, on Virginia, in favor of the sitting be and d ftt ,.., am, ot t; secured when democratic principles are the grounds that Silver Bow county is re- crats, Messrs. Parrett groundsliucliaiian.1 j jum,h . enj . . . for a con-of the last There were never any f nftttn rih fully carried out. publican, whether the returns M. J. Durham. ' ,nntninmirrnnndini? " did the year's election show it or not. But the test in either of the cases. .. ""A young lady in Brooklyn wanted to merry young folks discard the democrats of Butte, which is in Silver W. was hindered by Bow county, have shown that statement join a Bible class and for sweet repope. of a rude man, to the efI a Candidate to repreent Uncoln county in the to be false by electing their ticket this the remark Middlesboro is Btill on top, notwithConvention. fect that she was not a proper person to standing the weather has been fearful Conuitutiorul week by from --'00 to 400 majority. this, every mother's son of beloni: to such a class. She promptly and floods raging. There have been few BOGLE MISS a republican in the Senate will vote to cowhided the offender, thereby proving improvements since Feb. 1, but a week ol It a .Wc have tlie finest and most complete stock of. seat those whose votes will be needed, if her right to belong to a Bible class if she of clear weather is all that is necessary SchooUCandidate for SuperintendentAuguM,Public 189. of Lincoln county. Klectiun rolling." There have Rhode Island and other "Northern States wanted. to start the "lou a Abraham Kelley and Samuel Logan, been no lots Bold below market price and continue to go democratic. 91. Washington county, good friends and tho refusal of 5550 per front foot is proof iUI married, got to joking each other that"8b.3 aint dead yet." ttaCindidte orClerk of the Court of Appeali, subject to the action of the Democratic party. ed to reconsider its action, passing tue 'nb0ut their wives, which changed to It has not been rivalry at all but there Klec.ion August, i8t ugtJc and bitter remarks. Kelley got tax reduction bill over the governor's has been some speculation as to which veto. Among the 15 we are glad to note ,nnj anj going off secured a musket and town of all those that have representaD. S. the name of our representative, who is snot Logan dead. The murderer es- - tives has the prettiest lot of girls. Lou- - R. C. MORGAN, D. not disposed to make a record at the ex- (.iV(,, :..:!! lina tlir. inuinpill' lint it Id fill) II DENTIST. ,..... i.lt. .,, ,lf Twnco nf t.hn linnnr nf the State. Tlu The stockholder of the hast Ten-- i Offiteon Main atreet, opjoite Portinan Home, , : .:,,, very men who called the loudest for re- nessee, irginia and Georgia . road, . at ' fii lip stairs. Nitrou' Oxide l.a stven for pnnle . ui il uiu wvuivo in . umii duction are the same fellows who favor KnoxvilleTenniuesday ratified the in0iluiig.of course, a handsome ""'"""Stanford. Kentucky. which makes a reduelio i Erlanger deal, which gives the L.T. every schemo !r that join,d it from the West End. Kvor in Stanford. Call and examine and be convinced. . taxation impossible. Fortunately th &G., the ownership of the Alabama ' nnnu p,"- . . ..!!. il.:li'": uujomi. .ww.....f. Senato is to be heard from yet and it UieUb CUUUIL-II- I iWUp nil", nun mio but that has not yet been questioned. DE. W. B. ownership the control of the Cincinnati Tlios. A will, It is 6ald, sustain the veto. Lots of pleasing incidents happened, Southern road tedioup. but to itemize would be too As was evident from tho first, the SenSince May 15, 1S47, there have land- Wednesday night another hop was en, Office'South aide Maintrpet, in office recently the revacated tiY.lJr. u. r iiuimujm, uamuiu, rj. ate by a strict party vote seated ed at Castle Garden, New York, 9,KW,-- 1 m. a voteof thanks from Montapa. 0:5.5 foreign immigrants, nearly all of joyed and Thursday a. Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, Rugs, Lace Curtains, &c. publican contestants so many of them, whom have become citizens of tho Tnit-e- was extended to mine host, Mr. Loomis, There are not quite the Middlesboro Town Co. and the gen but the republicans of the senate are as States. It is not probable that more tlemen who assisted in the entertaining, I hac remoedmy office to my residence, oppo will Ih; found at all mean, so far as they go, as those of the than 1,000,000 immigrants entered a 1 site Female College, where which was done in royal style. conJIUdll KMH. me w House dare to be. They have no the other American ports. The trip back was a most pleasant one the devil science and would as soon seat ltepresentative Wilson introduced a and the splendid humor everybody was as anybody else, if ho only claimed to bill to pay Geil. T. T. Garrard $1:5,71)!), in, notwithstanding so much dissipation, be a republican. i.n.l tlie heirs of J. and D. White, of 8boffwl u,.lt it wn8 ., Kunujne good time F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, inty.S17.330, for destruction of mm , lnIllnB t0 eml. Hakiubo.v, of the Hender- Clay Uncle Bus U. c. V. London, - - - Kentucky. salt nnd injury to salt works by tho son News, refers to an esteemed contem- oral nrmv in 1802. Tim salt works were aMMMMHMaaaMMiw porary who thinks he is running for The young giant Cardiir, Tenn, will I hue moved to my new Holeljand um Inter destroyed by order of Gen Buell. prepared than ever to accommodate the public Congress, as an insect, buzzing around Those who believed the silly predic be the attraetion for a few days now. Good Livery attached and every convenience the strong light of Mr. Ellis. Now what tion of that religious fakir, Mrs. Give men call. From all over the North special trains RhEy A Suro Curo for all Dibcasos in - will bo running in there bv the --0th, is Brer. Givens going to do about it? ' that Oakland and other Califorwou U oo uesiroveu oy hii fMrrvlnc thousands of anxious snecula- ri in .lunr.K Bki.pe.n, of Lebanon, late disbi earthquake on the 14th, are slowly re- - tors and pleasure seekers to attend the for postmaster, has been I desire trfscll my larm of about 130 a. res. itu attorney before turning to their homes looking very great saie oi eity ioim u utm mem uu from practicing as an miles north of Stanford 011 tho .ited about i or any of ils much like tho idiots they are. It is un- - the M of April. The fame of their Hush llranchpiie.oppoutc the old church There the Interior Department and ryu; the balance .ire about 50 ucre in ArlElog ton Impurities of the Blood, and to state that no sign of an up-- , meiise eonl mines, 8 feet in thiekness, of the farm well el inwheat ' bureaus, because he took illegal fees fees timothy Good dwellins with retl and brown ores, and limestone of four roomsand litihen and a splendid new from Functional Derangements. heaval occurred. cases. in pension harn: i well watered and fenced. l'oeMon can Tor It is a remarkable fact that in the within pistol shot, in tho greatest gone be clven immediately. write particular, sb J. I.t the nnderMgned Ilailey, Stanford, or States H.IlSU.W.t republican vot- - dance nnd of the finest quality, has The Louisville Times presents a picR. WITHhKS. A DEAD SHOT OH WORKS, AND A CERTAIN company Cincinnati, Ohio. ture of a Heathen Chineo and labels it ere elected 120 representatives in Con- - abroad since the toal and iron PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. to have consented to let the world know "Hon. David May." But then David gress, an average of not quite . .. for all we know to UaM ronresentativu. The :5,074.1O3demthey have and divide a portion of what May be a Chinaman Kv. For Sale by A. W. PENNY, the contrary, or could gather by looking nnmiif votes east in these States elt - e - this abundant wealth with the people MT. VERNON, KY. of ted only 47 members of Congress, nn The company have a paid up capital be Thu old and at him. HotelJU atill maintain and the biggest nerve to of 05,408 votes, to each represen- So.OOO.WO ingitJ fine reputation. Charget reatonablt. SpeSouth. were so many strikesand average found in the There never The republicans in Congress cial attention to the traveling public Hook Keeping, Short Jland, Telrgraphy. Ae m rumors of strikes as there are this spring. tative. hold on to this advantage, henco I B? IV M. P NKWCO.MH, Prop., James A. Dudderar purchased of .1. want to Write furCatalouue and full Ittformatlof' La W U r Ml. Vernon, Ky, Jividently there is too much protection 3,.tl1). Brady a harness mare for $125. the McComas bill. this glorious country of ours. in 11 -th The 1,750th bill bill Ihw been in the House' ami still they come. ami Lilly investigations Stanford, Ky., - Aritfi, 18, 1890 cost The Jackson neither has amounted S'.ll'J. 10 anil to a hill of beans. Hl or The wliippiiiK-P0"F sipiwA by the governor county has been ami is now a law. The bill retiuiriiiK the sitiklnir fund coinmivjioners to wll the State's interest in turnpikes was killee in the House by DEMOCRATIC TICKET. a decisive vote. The House failed to aree to the Judge, THOMAS W VARNOX cr County PAXTOX, Senate's resolution lixinu May 10 as the County Attorner, JOSEPH ' County Clerk, GKOKGE 11. COOl'KR; lay for adjournment, but set the " Shcrit!, J. x. menufi:k ; instead. The object of this is to puii de" Jailer. SAMUEL M. OWKXS, lay by the refusal of the Senate to conAnenor, K. D. KKNXKIH; M C LA in cur. Sup't o( Common Schools, W. Semi-Week- ly Interior journal . LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. Intro-iluce- .l W. WALTON. 1 SEE PACES. riic three weeks' young bride of Col. J. W. Middleton, of Davis, Ky., eloped with the colonel's adopted son, Matt'how Middleton, aged '20, the pair taking with them 7,000 in gold, which the colonel had drawn from bauk last week, and on which he had intended making a bridal tour with his young wife. The couple went to Covington and were married there, the wife thus adding bigamy to her other oflonse. The pair then disappeared. - LOUISVILLE STORE! and best ideas are here, as well as the highest novelties and the lowest prices. These facts are exemplified in every department, but they have never been so conspicuous as daring the present season. High qualities and low prices keep our stock moving, preserve its freshness aud enable its to offer the newest goods at tlie earliest possible moment. Just received a, full line of fine I'fcntslitched Flouncings, worth- all the way from oOc to $1.50 per yard,; also received a full line of Black Silk Drapery .VW.v, all new designs and patterns, whteh will be sold, at from 7 cents to The brightest The Opening of the Middlesborough. A merry crowd indeed was that which F- - $2 per yard. " All-year-ol- d Bri-hSE- Oar handsome line of Children's Lace Caps in all the latest stales from cents 31. C SI'FCIAL work-hous- e half-far- e INDUCEMENTS i:,. cxi-ene- i- -- .l..-....- . t in Ladies' Bibbed plain white at loo apiece and. fanei a Oar lino ot Spring Suits is incomparable. Fabrics, shapes and mings are all in accordance with the highest authorities on the subject correct fashion and dress in men's wear. Oar Boys' and, Children's partment is full of Spring fancies, new and bright ideas in long and, short pant suits for every day and dress wear. Last sent man.ii a little fellow away happy with his new Spring Suit and the boys' of larger growth Clothing is sure did themselves proud. make friends Clothing, Dry us if you want Shoes, fiats, Trunks, Carpets, which are reliable. drain Street. Stanford, M. SAklXNTGER, MANAGER. m d ier-.lou- iu, -- coffee-cooli- ng d, SPRING AND SUMMER m. GOODS. 1 d ,n 5.-- A, A. WARREN'S "JIODEI. GROCERY" , For Garden Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks and While Onion bulk. Northern Seed Irish Potatoes, Red 11 ...: - . 1 . ..,-.- ,,nrj, ball-roo- m II. MILLER J KATE NEW GOODS! I F. Ilrinkley I -' ........ ill ..,,,,i .,.. ,., ,,,. 11 1 ! Dress Goods, White Goods, Embroideries, &c, Full Line of Boots and Shoes. j , 'f ..... ,,., 1 1 r-- PENNY, Dentist. -- Fmmerson's Sons Gents' fine d REMOVED! 1 SEVERANCE & SON. DR. ELLIOTT'S THE RILEY HOUSE, ' d Medicated Food, m Wood-wort- h, nt ed Farm For Sal. HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs v abun-Norther- n - NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. -- .1 .i Stanford. - BRYANT & STRATTON Business College lOVIIakELf IfV I 4IQ V - S&LJ mmimimm-- '. yji'r- - j,lfcf-.- ' 'i4 . lJu'Miv - fc. .j- - A, 4 . ,m '-- ! J - J t. . OK 1)1!. MAIIY K. WALK 151 - l Correspondence Nr.w YnK, ApAl 1 1. I had mi Interview BECOME A GREAT Nfcw Yomc, April 14. Pattl is at once tha the other da with Hurtman, the famous most fnscimitliiirand deliciou-l- y conceited of Nihilist, who iwajsil from the clutches of tho How Min to t.'nie for Ihe Defenders all women to interview. I defy an one who tzar's olllclals some yearg ago, and who is now Its IIiiIMIms Are KIkIi ami Its Cotters of the I'liltm Slir I.IUt-- Joke. Iml Hoc has ever sat under her magnetic influence for living quietly In Now York, where he i Capacious, but Its .Simplicity Is Gone Not Ainu) Umlrrnturifl lliem-Mi- n a half hour to go away and write anything U n with electricity. It will In Forever The Cnptaliis of tmliistry, the nnsty of her. Some way you think of a bird Lieutenant, that it was for his connection with Holders of Money, Are Its llulers. of brilliant plumage or a luscious tropical the atUfiupt Ui blow up tho lato tail' nt MosISImvihI CorreaisindViice 1 flower when you stand In the diva's prescow that .Mr. Hartman was "wanted" by tho Special CorresiKiiKlence Washington, April M. A quarter of n ence nml note the warm coloring of her IlUMiun (silice, but It is not generally known Ciiicaoo, April 15. J Young Scammon cintiiry after the eloso f.f the civil war, an jieachy face, the lights in her splendid orienthat at tho time a reward of ."iOO.OOO rubles, was buried tho other day, niul his death reflort It lielng iiiiuIh in congress to ilo justice tal eyes and red gold treie, the flash of diaor wiu offered for his capture. calls us to the thought thot no cannot much to out' of tlio famous women of tin- warech. monds and tlio soft luster of elet. For the This will be, sufllclont authoiity for tho longer have with us the generation of men In 11 small attic rotii In nn old fashioned queen of mug is nlnas exquisitely dressed. stntemenU I mil about to make and which I who were present at tho Founding of the house in mi oi fashioned part of the city You arc f:iciiiated by her pictttrcque received from him concerning tho methods of City. If wo now count 1,300,000 souls within live I)r Murj II Walker. Win in alono, her magnetism, h- -r sweet voice, hor socret correKmdcnce iihiI by tho Ilusslan the municipal limit, as I believe, will not the hclplmi, her own surgeon anil nurse, and ccr- thousand and one w Inline wnj . mid you are Nihilists When I saw Mr Hartman ho reader fiirdou me for holding that I have v diverted by her self appreciation. 'Wero was hi his workshop ami in a state of high good reason to w rite of such a city I a city, 8 you at theoirn last night'" she nked niu . .v. A NV glee over the receipt, of some cipher letters too, which, in addlti n to this P true fable of during an interview a few day snn-e- . "Jfo t from Iluvsiu mid SilierK Alail.lm grow th. hasofTeiod to the history of " Oh, how niueh you missed! I sang superbly. V. V. I akfl him how1 liii managed to get them, the world a conflagration thnt in oxtetit. deWhen I was 10 my voico was silver, hut now but this he would not toll; however he volun- struction and reflective effect on Christenit is gold. No," In answer to another questeered to explain bow tho secret cnrniotil-enc- e dom now figures as its greatest pyroj I rend tion, "I shall not leavo the stage. It would was curried on. When first It Iwrnnn a letter yesterday from a gentleman who be n pity to deprive the public of such a voice necssary for the Nihilists to solid leteiit hi lioyliood playing in a grovo nnd as mine " ters Invisible writing fluid was the metlusl swimming on the beach in the region of Pattl Is enchanted with her beautiful new ndoptcd. This fluid was changed according street, then nn open prairie, with the hair, which was finished in New York, tho to tho exigencies of the caso. hamlet of Chicago and it fort In the northprejwirntory work only having Ihhjii donn If the letter was detained to be destroyed ern distnniv abroad. She Is like a child with a new toy tho moment it was read, milk, sugar dissolved Now, Michigan boulovard extends southas she paU, caresses and calls ntteution to tho in water, or, when in prison, even saliva was ward past Sixteenth street for three files, beautiful shining mass piled high on the iimsI. Them lcavo no trace on tho paper, but solidly built with granite mansions, ami less graceful little head. She asks you frankly If on holding it over the flamo of an oil lamp luxurious thoroughfares are jiawsl, lighted until it it nearly scorched the writing of the and furnished with cars for a total distance .i im. ir.i slowest liquid tho saliva bncomos jet black. of six miles fouthward In two point of the Hut the olllcials of tho "third feetion of his roni)Niss. meuoyoi ihi couid now a lnierial luajiiity's own chanrellerle." who street car at his once prairie home and take tratel ileal excliiM elj with political offends, soon further away fiom the site of Fort DpArhorn, nil. JIAHV WAl.Kkll IN IIKII HUME. discovered this plan, and another had M be las-slnno vacant lots for six miles, having nlth funds. tlnh lint NlniuilntitlT adopted. This time of potas- liis choice of two mutes. And this oxtenion No femlniii tluerv siln-the walls, and sium w.v uwl and tho writing only liecame is on only one of three sides of tho town. If therein no cliwt In which hang and visible bv brushing it over with a solution of the doubter tell mu it is a mushroom growth wraps. The room Is wltlioiit other furniture of Iron. Even this the olllcers of of wooden cottages, I answer that nowhere than the miihII ImsI, two chair and an old buthe lznriliMsjtrtsl. And now the scientists ' elso shall he ,o so many vast homes, built of reau. Mittinc tnslihly on the top of tho Iat, among the Nlliiliits ero pux.hsl, for it wa , granite blocks. If he jiass to the Imsine diswith lit crown nodding to one id. Is thn clear that bj no chemical could they trict, there I surely can jKiint to buildings IIL list which th dtK'tor has worn many UirIi for long keep the wiitlligs which fell which have, not their equals in splendor and times in public, a Ion ivmitidci of what the Into the bauds of the olllcials. magnificence, If we consider that they were woild culls her He entrlcit) , but which her According!? they put their heads together erected uk)ii the demand of trade rather friends know to In the proof of her coiirngn and imciitod the mot rfect system of thnn the Mini couvciKtitlotisiies of nationul prido or royal Hut for the garb ts.i resiNiuilcuco that hns ever Ihsmi caprice. The Auditorium, the Kisikery. tho which lr .Mary bus so loni; worn, anil of Hut lieforo oxpluiuiug this system I the Chninlier of Commerce, the "III' h thl tiiaunlhhat Is n rviullider. protr Hmll tell how tlio Nihilists S'lebi'(ite their general group of thirteen story tire proof nlily iho wMild lia had Juttn-- loui; itgo. deKl tiiroflotiitheuld muthixls 1'lie streissl structures, must lie accepted as the industrial For ther I' uo doubt of the JustiietM of her several sh-- ts of in gun isitiHi. and, capital of tlio fls,t generation of Inbonous upon tlw ki uriiuiHiii, and the bill vot-indalm writing simple letters on thorn with black dwellers In the greatest vnllev of tho planet. t2.(MJ, which was Inst week plitcvU hr aleinhir, letween the lines us forilierl , ink. left smi-eI cannot too of ten set at work THR QUKKN OP SON'O. the four times ujsin this Uiiiiiimiltii.iuJ had n tlm hmise from fur it was the sjKtces of such iiurm-!-- . mlraclo of Chicago this city, seen to riso you do not think it beautiful and allows you rspiittslto letters that thuir liiilhk Ink wusp.lways t w ice in iirty years, to pluck it cmc laurel, to part tho thick tresses and so for yourself the cHiiiiiiUe on war claims. ussl Thi-s- they forwaided hi such a Jiian-lu- r from the unwilling hands of ctiltunsl htiman-ity- . that the dark roots do not show. It is a With ihvliMisly Miillflll eirort, the queer that lliev liilist fall into the hands of the and to almost iminodestlv vat herself marvelotMly Iieautiful tinge a real red gold, hitUi wnfiiNii il up III Ik1 to ulk to her olllcmls not any wnhed out, streaked result, and the nitlnii u circle where age lathertlian ceil' taller F mi in sicklier Ilr Mary Walker The oillcer of the tzar ilid not hokl tho let- tunes me counted. I ilve lieie effect, with the marked contrast of the bluck lmll I Imj ' adheres a union as rili!e to tho man ilrcvi ters on er n lump to bring out the wiitius; iliiinh! Shall I declare, by silence, that no w lilrh he linn for a ipiarler of a ees nnd brows, is decidedly piquant. renttirr thev wished to prvxTve them, so insteud they such thing wnsdoue! And shall I not, ti this The afternoon that I saw her she sat before rliniiiHiuie-- l for woinoii. No l"Mj. white umsI a hot smoothing iron. And then came town's clerk, dwell ujsm thot sad yet fautus- a great window through which the sun oured niht rots; weais she, hut, InMmil. a cvuifurt-sblo- , the crush. The moment the hot iron was ap- tic game or battledore and shuttlisis-- which down upon her, surrounded by her intimate lmtMi ,Htlti blooH of dark m,iti'iul. A Visit to Guatemala City. plied to the gun cotton soaked there tune has pin ted with thedeniz'iisor tho limn-le- t friends and associates. There were tho tenon with a xMirimiuiit and (might at the Special CorresjioiideDce J isbi a terrific resrt and the unfortunate ofwhoso farms were nsled by progiesh for tli run I with a black sailor tie Tile face Is OCATEMALA, April I. I entered Ouato- - Castlemuri nnd Lloyd, snowy huired Mnret-zew a horribly manglisl by the explosion. ficer beaming upon hpr as she called him her the establishment of a chief city I iloaud wan, tho ejis Ks.k and it Is' Hut, although this accident might deter the Was eer drama more exciting than that mala City in the afternoon. A liand hidden in "dear old Max," Nicoliui nud any number of rMifent thai this is mil the Walker whom jsiluv for a time from otnmluiu their leu play of Chicago, where once the tieiirliimi-r- i an adjacent p!a7Ji was softly playing. The adoring female friends. To these she chatted tlie soMlcry saw In the of the capital ters, the Nihilists would not trust them, and borrowed eudi other's utetisil, went to each bull ring near the station wus illuminated by like a sweet, coquettish child, in every known diirini; toe war nor yet the mine Dr. Walkir they detlvd this plan: other's raisings, danced at eacli other's houses; the Hitting Mm, tho low white houses all about language, for Patti is n famous linguist. Her wlioNiiipialiit.dripR-rti);iiixv-Tthas been familiar a hi I.I.K.I'.iikm TIIK as desiring to corresifond Each the sl:y was tiny Chihuahua lay cuddled in her lao upon Ii the f nspieuters of the kt reels of WahlnK' ut thst h neier illd so, and rapnflTwnr(l "parole"two wonl, generally of three select a wheioa city with iuwetdth cuino on them in looLed strangely picture-ue-, or letters, a night, oidaimiig the sevei-- laws of caste aflame, the street were rose color, the air her velvet gown, her pet mocking bird sent ton for a ipiniternf a century Thirty jears tlmcnxwuf th" two men who had died in and New York, have uro l)r Walker was Young and comely was fllW with the perfume of flowers. Work. forth a gusli of melody akin to his mistresi' ui) urm came l. fore uie in a twvr way. mnl this won, ami this only, U tho key to which, in hur-qs- . divine notes, and a superb parrot screamed In, linn. "Then,' said the little doctor, her eyes blax- - To the friends of one of them 1 hud written, tlieciplur. niik'h can le read only bv tliov written on tables for hundreds of years: ' inrnnimr Of cuurw. oim iiihii may whe-- tlnnllv. at Hie evening of hfe. neighlx.r lug with excitement, "I could gel anything I Just after his death. lnformlMg them of the .orr.i.udlng. the thoroughfares, prettilv uttirtsl omen and chattered In the next room. On tlie days before Pattl sings, she deniei wanted In this city. Doon ueued to me firuiimsWiurcH, ami addressing tho envoi")1 have a hundred crrrpondei.tH. hut with ' Jones uts in 1,U Mil but legal U.xat thoAu.il- - thronged the avenues. The 'scene was brisk, to everybody and scarcely speaks turluiii, crowiicl by the aurtsile of Iluttery clow inc. animated everywhere, presidents and cabinet lltlnUtets to the iiuiiip of tin, dead wildler, but marking mcli one holms n dlilei cut 'parole." . Tlie wa in nhlch it is worked is this. and iidiihtiou that 1 leuu umimileil wealtli. He-- . and gtcal generals were glad to listen to me. It that Ins Irieuds should oncu and read. mc li,.ht f.nrnn ei.. aioua. hhe is extremely careful of that wou- "e luuel ' ,uo i.n il-- is ar- - while nelgnlsir Tompkins shivers in the gut- - ' city seemed doliciouslv clean, from tho'miaint. drous voice, even directing one of her friend Thsy sigi.e.1 order for suptjlcaud mcllciiies Fortuniitely it fell into the right hands, and ''''", "K tw outside, patriotically grateful If bo get y constructed sidewalks tothe white skirts of to scream out, "Come in," whenever a Uo and tran.s.rtatloii 1 was younger then, and ten voars later, when 1 wasaclerk lu the rangM us lollows: ' fl A " c " h n as heard ut the door, for us she naively ex sigut of a rich gownere thesturdi isiliceman. tha ladies which rtnnf.t in nn.l .. .,r ,i, I was working for the soldiers Hut now" utllce. an application for ii widow's ciille.1 hither from Ireland, shell drive the great doorway. ' iieiislon !? and here Dr. Walkers evos filled with tears . . I. A caino In with my letter iittached U) Guatemala has u certnin pressed it, "I nm going to sing n ight and I'm not going to ruin my volet iKipuIace awav f Is this a prank that fortune nnickeiioH luira which nil.ee imetc.r .'. .. '.. .. .'. "biitnow I am alono. heli'Iesji, ueiinilei. and it, I was able to fiiini.li all the ov idem-- e plays with each tiair of gos neichhors at Aniern-- iln nnttvauu ,.,,! i, ... ...., screaming 'Come in.'" uo ono will mo. n rMtnsiou for that is a khumennd an i liershsl and to ,t V , ., every hauilet on Edith Sessions Toitfh. Am I stricken uutnige the wa) this government has treutei widow Iu the other cao the meiest acci Iet us ray that the "parole" agreod iiJkmi Is with a western this eurtbl set down theso n carnival like merriment was among tho me!' tiooui who drnt placed luv iu itinii to help get a penpeople. Thero were suUlued shouts of laughword "arc," and that one Nihilist desired tiie tilings, as wjen of men, seen here at Chicago, ter, and the salutation of tho youug folks Kdwiird :verett Hale. sion for the soldier's widow nud children, an to to the other "Murder the tar " Then seen now by men who, like Scauimoii, are were full of joy and gentleness. I hurried on Boston, April II. "You will smile, peropKrtilliity which 1 was glad to nvail my- he viy would Dud his cipher In the following soon in the course of nature to past, to more until I reached the Grand hotel, glad to be haps, when 1 tell you that I date the whol self of." He places tho words, with the letlife of my conscious responsibility to the gifl stuhlcconditious.orhavel reullv ome charge among so active and alert a community. Though her life has been one of sacrifice mnmier c u I shall describe, vU.: ters a r to keep, some authority to write! and of devotion to her idea of principle, tho "I waut a good room," I said to the clerk. of an inkstand from Edward Everett Hale,1' 31 il r d n r the tzar I do not aver that the ferment of mankind, eccentric little woman loves a joke as well as "No, senor," answered that magnificent of- said a clergyman to me the other 'day. "I arcarc arc area I llu HtlLuM lliv r? iluoiiinpunii t,,t V Aj any on. She Is socoustituted, however, that ficial. "The house Ufull, vou must go away." can never forget it," ho continued; "it was a Xyf Then lie tlnds that in Is the twelfth letter , ,,6ll conscious date iu life. I vvus iu the Theologi"When! shall I gop I queried T?J iT nbl i some jokes and many have been pluy m iisou nud a the first, anil adding tsith together he cugo; but wiieiu nlvi has the tiansitlon afreach her understanding. One gets 111, nud tlie thirteenth letter Ifciiiig u, he "I do not know, senor Here we have no cal seminary, and at the holiday season that fected u hapilet! Where cle on earth has room." which shedlid not appreciate occurred dur- - gees year I had nowhere to go. I wus feeling , V js the twentieth letter theie Ihs'U a band of pioneers who- - dangers ingherwor k at ihe frout. A lot of rollick- - hihI r to the next. Was my appearance disreputable, I won- particularly blue and desolate when a little " tho seventeenth, but there not ling H7 were common, whose lot was austere, whoeu dered! Did my walking through the xtreot jwekagc reached me. aud iu it was u pocket llig soldiers, mistaking her by her trousers letters iu his alphabet, he tounity of scutimeiit and social pride inkstaud from for n man, grabbed her by the legs and pulled tal iiumU-- r -- mid IU tielng deilucts the lestilt, hu finds ity was unquestioned a band of or humil- lower my status! Had I lost cast by not life on a uew Mr. Hale aud bis card It put her out of thu tent lu which she was sheplug. that m Is the synonym for u. The pioneers, coining inn cab! Apearaiices go for much center. next let- half of whom werw to parade in the terrible iu "If that great hearted, noble man could reAnother, which never made itself known to ter i r This is seventeenth, and the thee countries, and their is a cynical letter reality of absolute nionarchs, receiving the Spanish proverb her iu its true light, was the alleged proposal iu the kej (r) being third, he looks to the effect that "we nod member me iu that way, I resolved that I for the obeisance of thousands and accepting the to a friend of marriage made to her by Chester A. Aron foot, but bow low to an ac- would live and work not quite unworthily of twentieth letter mid finds it Is u, and so on equality of few, while the other half were to quaintance on horseback." At any rate I his goodness. I took heart at once, and I thur. That sun joke which Dr. Mary tisik until the sentence "Murder the very serioiislv It is her sincere conviction read iu cipher, Nmunwu uxh unit.tzar" would renounce evn the jsimpund circumstance of grasped my democratic grip and dolefully really feel that I owe all the success of my cross loads sovereignty live bundled kings moved out In sonrch of a lodging. The that on two occasions, by the instrumentality little life to him." Another clergyman related a When the recipient of tha letter decfphtiis iu abdication, but of a mutual friend, Mr, Arthur asked her to it he places the consciousness of in life incident depressed my arc underneath the above King of Ilium, or with this mishap, that jour- spirits, and as I walked erstwhile hiluriousI similar once been detaileda crisis class to from "Eml Duke of Modena. haviug his wife. Of course she refused him, aud THE IMKTOH IN IIIH IIUI AUK. by his meet along the streets enigma in the same manner as did the sender, press Eugenie Is still the dear cousin or a The active career of this eccentric, noUsl woars It as one of the feathers lu her cap that of hsiked into Strang faces, listened to stiange Dr. Hale at a distance of ten miles and drive hut Fiihtlacts the values of the arc from the aud Wilhelui, while the "unsuccessful" voire, and suddenly felt inexpiesibly lone- him to the college, where ho was to deliver wumau has probably come to an rud. If she lie declined the hand of a president cipher, instead of adding them to it. d pioneer of Chicago has lost not only the full some. Finally I caught sight of a, sign an address. It is ierhais a question if any ever leaves tho to which she is now Some yenisi ago, for once in her life, Dr would lie the case in the ex And but the umpt Y honors of royalty it will U as n cripple. Ten months ago Mary was forced into belligerency. Usually ample, when, as m ''Hotel Universal." Ah' here was u haven other oue man In America has ever estabthe letter of tho matterto Imi tlau-late- d Tlie men who invented railroads and steam- - ' of rest, surely. And so it proved. A few months she fell and broke her leg as mild and gentle as a joiiug muideu, on I was lished such direct jiersoual relation with such is numerically less than theop)Mjite letships erected u new human government later, when the fruct ure had irtly healed, this occasion she lif ted Up her cane and let it soon comtortably domiciled, and then as the multitudes of young men aud women as htu kVi to the ter, r, of the key, theu jou add government bv pieces of paper called credit night came on strolled out to sen tho sights Dr. Hale. His homo In the Boston Highshe fell again, and the wound, thus made descend somewhat heavily iism the head of I 'J and k!A message '17, and aud worse, now stubhornlv refuses to heal Hraver her aiitagouut. lands Is a kind of Mecca for all sorts und iiioucv , He who should dev elop the (ieu Spinner, the old treas- deductingletter, making of the city 17, which rcprettiitur, it leaves SO, facultv of acquiring or cmiirolliu;: than most women, or most nun for thap mat- urer of the United States, was one of her tho Guatemala i very line, but in the evening it conditions of cople. equivalent letur being u; mid ao on this thriftlgost nuiiilier of the, Mrs. Hale, lieing once asked If she had a ter, would lx under the circumstances, Dr. Irieuds, and ten or twelve vears ugo appointjuect of paper is very desolate. The white houses sewn ghostshould take thedcrtimesof hisso called equals like, the windows ure Walker talks calmly of her condition nud ed her to a clerkship m his olllcc Hut the wonderful cipher works. l, there is nothing reception day, replied iu the negative, adding If we substitute auyother three letters as a iu chargo. At hi command proqvctt. Deatli frcui mortificauoii or secretary jf the treasury lefiwsl to sigu the key the meiiturious but sileucu ami solitude around Mnr nnd that she hud often thought of haviug a day Imte.td of arc, the result will must ro to comfort; hy his of the limb are the wocsfroui which appointment; and, though the doctor had Is for lie different Take, for instance, cat, end meritorious fell into despairdenunciation the inoi e lonesome grow the feelings of tlie stran- has herself It little" wonder that Dr. Halo commenced work, thev ilenlnl Iter coiiisusa-Hoihe is to choose ami death. The ger. I puss through streets that appear abaninsplied a club, and it tlie rending iu cipher of "Murder the tzar" fanciful opcrutiausof therefor Still she np(cnred at her desk I asked Dr. WalLer fur some reuiluiscence goveriimeul by election doned and cross squares barren ot liuiuun be- was a suggestive picture ou a iccent mornregularly each morning, ready for work. would be l'vlgfl xi xauw. should procectL as of Ifabit, but of what ti of her army cxH'i'ieuce. ing, when the representatives from the ings. Now nnd then I beam whiser through Hy this means it cuu be readily understood for the This she continued for severul until " citizen to deny the jurisdiction of an iron grating, aud catch a gliuiise of a dark "Ah1" she replusl, "there Is so much I finally orders were issued to keepweeks, out "Ten Times One is Ten," her of how they now hoodwink the officials of "his credit! When some man should should not know where to commence n nar- the ofllce. arise who head with a red flower buried In its rich colls. "King's Daughters" and "Send Me" clubs hiisiiul majesty's own chaucellerie " needed no nioue.v then hu might affect an iu rative. Hut I will tell j on an incident of my Yonder is the grand plazs, mid facing it is met hi the pretty churcli on Newbury street, No third Nihilist kuows the key to the cidifference tow aid him who had in the Boston Back Hay, to celebrate Dr. trip to Ihe front. In lbC! I beard there were pher of nny other two. It Is tho jwlicy of By this metumorphosis we all the money. the sumptuous cathedral which Is the glory Halo's sixty-eight- h many sick and wounded iu the caiupsof Gen. have ecu tlie of the place, but over all hangs u dentillike birthday. It wus a good their working not to allow a third to know world turned wed uway Iluriiside's army "down near Wari on ton. So from tlie earlier stillness, while the new moon vki!siiii uncnu-u- y many years ago that Dr. Halo's "Ten Times it And, as it is a thing unheard uf that a principles of tho 1 wunt there to see if 1 could be of any scrv-lChrutiau religion. light over tlio douie, turrets mnl angles of One is Ten" liook was published, and It is Nihilist has ever given away a secret of hi with money, choscu iu the very The man I found a large number of men lying iu vortex of the splendid church. The rail Guatemala still going through new editions and doing order, it seems pretty certain that by the chance, a tlie.e good neighbors the hospital burning up with fever The surweio chosen the "Paris of Central Auiirica, but in the incalculable good, us u sued that germinates code they have adopted their secret corre- geon in charge said he was worn out. The ui v.uicago, may now oelioia, not Uls own evening l Unit it like Toledo of Spain, deud must iu its ever growing and ever eiiduriug sKindeiice will go on despite any nnd every marvelous geulus for worst of it was he could get uo supplies. influence. saying "No:" and eiz- - and dcMilnte. effort of the czar to prevent it. lug a new access of money, but rather muy There were no vessels with which to bathe Look up, and not down; The quiet Ixvame irksome, and itKertain-lu- g Hod F. WauJh. ho heboid the impotent gieed of utl his fellow Look forward, and not tckwnil, the moil no tow els or banduges with which from a friendlj jioliceiiiuii that the theatre to apply cold water U) soothe tliain I went ineu; rather muy he retreat iu hurt or before where the Italian ojieru was being given was has made itbulf a watchword of life. Among ! Henry Clews' llald Ilvad. tho ceiemoiiies of adoration in which even not open that night, I gloomily loitered back the representatives gathered in tlio church to my tent, opened my trunk, took out four Not evervbody who knows Hcury Clew the old ueighlKirs would be fain to lead pretty nightgowns which I had with me, tore to my hotel and prepared for bed. Presently was Miss Lucv Guinness, of London, who is (and almost everybody does know him, by How strange that ah this philosophy of a tap came at the door, aud a boy them Into small squarus, and, taking these to apeared, the original of Wulter Hi sum's heroine iu reputation at least, so gloat is the power of Invention this putting of tite new wino of saying deferentially, "Would the hospital, told the soldier nurvos how to senor like to be "All Sorts and Conditions of Men" a sweet printer's lull is aw tiro of the fact that be is kuon ledge into the old Uitilt-so- f voiced, fair young woman, who left u pleaswet them and apply them to the temples of ignorance called for early church!" A facetious friend of his once re- -' mid gree- d- should pluy its chief net before I v ery bald. the sufferers. That was the last time I ever Yankee like I answered one question by ant home to sU'p into the great army of marked that tho hair that didn't grow on our villagers' eyes, until ueighlxirs by the asking workiug women und thus study their condiowned a nightgown. Theu I went out into another: Henry's head would stuff a mattress; but huiulieds live on one thoroughfare, each and the. neighborhood to get soma vessels of some "Are thero uo diverioii for the strauger tions of life. Clews ruthcr got tho better of that wit. for all richer uinl la uepowei ful than the Kotlu-child- n in Miss Guinness read a sort from which the men could lie bathed. I Guateruulaf" ki.t hi the MirIors when some obliging gossip repeated what his never saw a people so poverty itrlckeu. after Wut'.M'loo. Transformations, too, "Manaua, si seuor," he quickly replied. of Mrs. D. I)throp recently (Mrs. Lothrop, friend had said, Clews stuffed disdaiufully, without number, that ought to be recorded They had literally nothiug. The armies had hit face glowing. yes. It will better known as the "Maigaret Sidney" of and said. "Pooh! the man is a surd." This traveler, at this car w taken away every dhh aud pau. In ou be Sunday. Directly after mass there will literature) on "East London lapses Inside OH. WAUY WALKKH AMI Mil. AUTHOR. " 'A surdl'" related tin gossip. "What on morniug tho wife of a great mdow, saw this be grand house I found a kettle aud asked if I could farmer dressed cock fights, splendid birds, senor. and Outside the Factory Gate," which reWhen the messenger attempted to bar her have it. Yes, by depositing money for lu entrauc her indignation was so great that earth is a surd!" Whcreiiixjii Clew looked lu a calico gowuof tho value of twenty-fiv- e Pure English breed, in the afternoon there vealed how closo and sympathetic a study l,et him now gazo ou this serv- - will be a bull tight at the circus, hi the even-lu- g she had uiude of their phases of life. wife return aud promising on houor'to Bend he forced a way with her caue and entered at him with some scoru aud said, "Go look cents. nut girl, out ou a Thursday afternoon, arMiss Guinness is one whoso work dates back It back. Iu this way I mauoged to pick up a ' in triumph. The tieasury denied her pay in the dlctionury " 'La Fuvorita' will be sung iu Italian at He did, and found this definition: rayed iu green aud purple velvets, tho theme the theatre " to its first inspiration from Edward Everett few dishes from which the faces, ueclu and lor tier services, aud she took the case to Surd, u, Iu algebra a quantity which of Marco Polo's fore, the envy of Elizalietb bodies of tli sufferer could be hathtd with congress, where a committee decided in her And I hud been repining! I had felt an Hale. The famous divine bus the most wonI favor. Hut the bill slept the sleep of death cannot be expiestcd in rational terms. cold water. aud the mltiVs.sos of the ancien legime. aching void I I had y earned for the grasp of a derful endowment of working energy. He on the calendar, as so many bills do sleep. It D. A. C. "Geu. Buru4de had given mo credentials of is to be hoped the present bill for her relief Cast our eye ov er the plain called Chicago. friendly baud, longed to look into a pair of will jot down the siiops of a story whila a flaturlug nature. It was an order which will not thus iierlsh. Doouso houses rising by the hundreds! pitying eyes, and would havatieen more than riding in a street car from his home iu the Wedded to a Scampish Career, virtually gave me permission to go where I You do. Do you see that unhappy thing, satisfied. Yet When well Dr. Walker supports herself almost here, was Highlands Into tho city; hu w 111 preach in the Viscount Hiutoii.the putative sou and heir which is that ull these pleased la the hospitals and do what I pleased, very nicely by practicing medicine and lecpetty builders, are fairly bursting with the promise of pleasure. morning in Boston, get to Now York by an Earl Paulett, senilis to have no desire to clear in tha lielief turing. But it is not likely the will ever be of and gave mo ulo tho right to command supof their remaining oppor- - j "Machacho," i said, tossing boy a afternoon train, into his Cmoxlitan Maga-xin- e It Is not generally abandon hU notorious career as a clown in tunlty to lie lundlord, on however mrill ' couple of reals iu the exuberance the my joy, j department on the wuv, tuvai-- in the plies aud rations. Soon the caiup was broken able to work again, of that Dr. Walker it a lieutenant, but puutouiiuies and the grinder of a hand organ scale! Tlicro is to lie no home for one funnlv I evening, deliver nu oration Hopkins up, the troops going south after the enemy, known the can me winy, call me very early: I shall go perchance the next day, und at Julius ut ui that it ou lauk to which the was While perhaps ght nud the sick and wouuded being ordered to leaviug the army surgical stuff. entitled one on the Loudon streets. other uiguged in herealiouu, unless he Is5 a captain of industry. to.SocItwk inass.'' lie the chief siiecker at a banquet in Some th day u gentleash- Washington. There were rumors that the once said to President Lincoln that Dr. manlatter occupation tlie on the Stock Ex- Ifou have (l,(XX)lyou erect n ihnnMrv And 1 tumbled loin luil to ilri.no nt or Plilhnlelpliia, or tho chief fl'itco at offered him u clerkship rebels were cuttiug the railroad and attack- Walker ought to have a major's shoulder change at it salary of i'.MW. The viscount de- flat. Thus, on every hand, the pre f.iq.io. j Um-- bulls plunging fcrocioiislv into glorious n reception. i;s mtirli nt l.om- - a if lie had traps. "I am in favor o that." said the clined the offer profanely and emphatically, are to be landlords. He who built in In!.ji, cuurciies aiin gamecocks shrilly calling ing the guard betweeu our camp aud the capHis executive liever WniTe the a . iiiv hied li'lunurol-- - i .e ;i mens marked biel ital, and I never saw men so eager to get president, "for she has certainly earned wlile his wife kept on collecting coppers Hill like him of 1S40 made in hr- - iis.iie. iiiiiiinc of tl Sabbath duj inn. s I is III ilOBKRT UUAVK8. li II tl , hiio linlV iroui uie crowu away from a place at torn of the officers aud UtOl." Tlieie Is yet euougli of the inflow .' foifiuo iiKUKim k W Whur. I I IVN I ITHO. Spi-cla- SHE IS ILL, NEARLY FRIENDLESS AND UNABLE TO SECURE HER CLAIM. l'rl wv A. vw mm vk tifiii si ni - W?:ro "" i dita rushed for the front car and ordered one of tho engineers tn start for Washington. Hy this time the nek had liecn loaded Into the remaining cum. Some were on tho roof of the cam, and others were placed on tho floor Inside ami mado as comfortable nil posjlble, lint the train did not move, After everything was In nndines.s n ipinrlcr hour and then another passed, and tho tram stood still. Then I discovered there was no onn thore willi utitlmritv to Rive orders. All those In authority hail taken tho first ttaiii for Wash-Ingtoeai r enough to get out of the enemy's country Ho 1 stopped up to the engineer and nkud why he didn't start. "'I have i:o orders, cold he " 'TIi.ii 1 will give you ordeis' I ronlled: 'start at once for Washington. Oh, yos, I have aiitiiorlty,' nnd I wave1 at htm my lot-to-r from (Jen. Hurnsldo. 'Start nt onco, but run ami cautiou'lv. Tho train ahead may hotnpp.,d anywhere, and, brides, these sick men tiinuot stand much jolting.' ".My orders wero nhoyixl, and I acted as conductor on the Journe. .Most of tho time I sK-n- t In the cm s looking after the Mck. At Alexandria the engineer anil said he could not rim to Washington without order. " 'Hut I onler )ou to go on to aslnngton Immediately.' I a hi to him, 'and If ou dare refuse I'll ! that jour ivim fo reK)rtiil to th war depart "Me went on to Washington. On the way 1 ww that two of my patient wore dyinR. I took the luvul of one of them in my lap, twithol his tcmpliM with ,rter, and nsUxl him hit luuim Ilo triml to mutter it, but rouhl not. From somn of b: isunrnden 1 learned hi nanio and "cjlrmaf He died looking Into my eyi-s- . Tlin other dyitiR man when uked for his nsme and homo could only mutter mtnethluj; unintelllKihln and the worl 'Ohio' What ho sxid Hiiiudol like Ashtabula, and I him if that was it, tilling hiui to wuvu his hand if I ns right. He signaled that 1 had unieiiVo'l him, and died. At the xtation mi olllcorkUi'riiiteudd the removal of tho men to the hinpltaN, and protnlu'.l Hi" t'i Lake the niuni of all am) scud them to the war ilemltin-ii- t It turned men were after the army had advanced to HOW NIHILISTS CORRESPOND. the, south. Two locomotives were there, a lot of freight cars And one passenger cnr. A TJielr Peeret Code Kxplalneil l llart- nuinUT of rongn-ssmei- i ntid nriny ofllcort iiuii, i:lln front Iliishi. wero down from Washington, mid they (8eelal Correspondence .v LKSSOV Kli'OM SOMETIME HAMLET In VjIIIUIUU. THAT CITY. HAS stopl ht Kix-tf'ii- th iiH-iit- ' ferro-cjanlu- e pn-en- s con-ic-ie- Tii'.-om- e j: jier j e ' 'tom..keusnlllor.lswhocaiiholdtwenty-nv- e feet of thin golden soil. What, then, becomes of democracy, the I cornerstone of our uew world! 1 think it Is logical to say that the machine, which has wrought thoe fearful social changes, Is a fact, while democracy is an idea, not yet, never yet, reduced to the risible rwtlity. I did not see the democracy of Thomas Jefferson. I like his writings; b".t he may have been In n noble frenry when he wrote, so that I k only the spirit of the man. Our democracy now must lie w hot the captains of monoy and credit shall decide to be consistent with the highot development of tho machine, for the logical determination of all thinkers ought to that the typical man will seek his case at the sum flee of his pride Man will bo satisfied with that existence which evokos from hiin the fewest hours of earl rising, the largest nunilier of courses lu his dinner, the pleasautest accommodations at night. The man and wife in a flat, dwelling iis)ii the caprice of the captain of credit, cannot lie allured into tho liberty of Kansas, wlure their mi'tress would be nature, where the charity of grashopjM;rs must lie importuned. I was astonished, mortified, and yet Informed when tho late Judge McAllister, a jurist of bright local fame, made his will. He was one of tho old neighbors. In the early da) s hi knowledge and wisdom, lifted him into tho emp. rean of government. the ojieration of the mnchine on humanity, he ntlast entered Into his testament, a document which bequeathed some fJO.OOO, the sorrow ful beutiment that age and maturo consideration brought to him, tho regret that he had not been more ungenerous, more grasping, moro selfdenjing that he might get money, for he had sought the nobler ol jectsof character and humanity, and they were an inadequate Inheritance in thefage of money That tho machine has made these conclusions judicial I may tike to bo a fact, for Judge .McAllister doubtless noted tho gap which lay between the opportunities opening to him as a lwy and the opportunities opening to the iKxir oung man of today. Hav ing issed through the golden age of captain making iu Chicago Judge McAllister at lat bravely met the uery that demanded to know why he left uo captaincy to his son. .No man In Chicago, down In his heart, bo- lleves h can restore to this hamlet the equal Hy which once belonged to its citizens. The game of life has 1hii played according to tho only rules we know. Tho players who have lost, were they young again, would eagerly sit in at the samo sport Those who have won liojie that the game is over for good and all, and that tl.ey alone and their seed may direct the future of the race on this continent. Their is the power and the glory. What unfair player shall not say amenf Mighty problems that pressed In with the mists of Iiko Michigan on a quiet hamlet of Illinois who! inhabitant prayed nightly to (Sod thnt he should soften the hem ts of "tho terrible Indians: John McGovekx. 1 ADELINA PATTI. 1)1 .,g mne Information of fnteiest About tha Siweet Voiced ra. j uir i k tn-e- lr ' ls I i m I U-e- ( n. ,i,,,i. , ' hei-sel- f ! .. ' ht-l- ws-ui- e i.r - r'.,.i t.,,.i Ptd ffi w ofane-wiylcomeam- ....t 'WA'J5 lJLaMr Willi ld Yic-tori- con-flue- 1 ul ' clo-ss- n "Lcnd-a-Hund- "Lend-a-Hand,- j -- c. i J ! J I "To-morro- ' . I iiC-lo- u se MjBMMBaMfcM(iiijiBaBMiw 'aTiiiirmssiaiiiiaasaaaaaBaaMaT r trjDtmsmimill'WytW mm,n'''-fr-- T.,i.trtirwrsvirit , t r.Tif-irrPi- ., .umiJ' mi inMaHiiiiiu.ajy ' at fl w i I I a A stt A ,11wt "V"!""--! Tlic CluveritiB cnflo hns come to the A. iIm JJVdra.VrfX..N ja EL. ajtain. It will ho front in Richmond recollccloil that Cluvcrius always denied This splendid Imported Jack will male the vi thu murder of Lillian Madison, and was on of ! Antfi, 18 1800 at the old (irigsuy form licit Shelby VTANFOKD, Ky., E. P. FAULCONER. liecord J7'. I'oalcil Aptil u, l3Si City, at convicted on cinumstantial evidence i --m HAKOLI). incol Maud S retold i oSV,,) lit Jliajny coiected hy the ingenious and $10 to Insure a Living Colt. and it inure in the a jo list. Published Every TueBday and Friday untiring efforts of Detective John Wren. First dntn Volande dam nf Vubs, reroril a 34V! Con.e and see bin snd von will be su'e to like Ily IIKI.MONT, sire of Nutwood, 1 tglj. The recent death of Wren brings out AT g im Mm. II (. JOHNSON, Ae,ent I'rinceps has 14 in the J io list, d.im I'rimrnse, a dam Young I'orlla, 'statement!! from several persons that the eriatpsi brood mares 3M PKK YICA.ItIsT ADVAKOF. Dam of Voltaite a ao,V aire 01 llessetner a lj'4. 3715 one of the Alexander's Ahdallih In the L'lilted Statfs, ,v detective, after Chi verbis was hung, gave Dam of Portion a 1$. (sire of Minnesota a 7H.f Ut horse 7 s cirsoid, ij, hnmls -Dam of llstnrn 4 seat old record a 17. Vhe n not so paid S2.50 will be charged ' himself j to remorse for his part in the Sire of Geneva S. a high, cunipacli) built, strung bone, sure foal setDatn of Chitdc Harstlu, . rernrd in Ens to4', llettie Jotiet ter trotted xtirahill) case .nd drank himself into his grave. Mattie II , old. a Keller V iiK. and nnd expeit him to trot track last Fall in 1 ?r unit 5 hi we close to axstblsFall M) Olio lack, William I.sle black with meal) (rand riant o(Cnnaigat'ire ol CVnmorc J aaH) (Juimne S a aos. Soto 1 34', Ktlie Tliorntim a The story is believed by some people, and the darn of Charleston a if, I.ady ( J.iy a a; ., MU produce are large nnd tine, and likrtiranhs noc. 144, hands hiirh si rest b) I. tie's Imp. W. P. (iranrt dam it Yuba 1 trS Jac. he but theto is another side to it. The de- Wilkletnont a at, Watvnni a aSlj, Sigma Nil ,!, thiswillmaki' noble cns on our good mares In Had out ol asnltlldid lennet will makr ihn imioi. My MAMIIKINO CIIIHK sire ol I.ady Thome se li"n telephone 14P and others. I'hr'e of the abate stable lctern the Danvillu and record a i8't 'I real tective's widow talks very positively records wcte made in in 938, the remaining ten that heho ynliie In his prdn-r- f rtu In the fart oflssatr) Dalit ille and Hustonsllle pilesat SiaHlnrd and KOKIIl'CK. j Dam Portia.br P. hor imlindMal merit. 4 Dam b WHIP about the matter. She savs that her were made in tS8. AI.MOXT.tj Nncncflorun both sides were both star per I!Y $8 to Insure a Living Colt. formers and producers ol horses thu could gu the The abote reeoid is no mvasute nf bis speed; husband regarded the conviction of Miss routpand get the innitey and llnsebsk'a itlt weespect hlits luuount'er this fall, t d.im LVD, (thi' dam of I.ady Majolica j as b Mate patted with loifcits msurniice and mwet Madison's murderer as the best work of nrown cmei 4445 sire 01 .Maggie j ao1 anu mc from s l mates mil do likevie AOO will make b srasmi on the larm of V UlUduc (. It. hN't.l I'MAN 81m K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. dams of Altaniont a t&S I.ady Majolica j $' by S HuniH.V Ct., Crrtk. Ky.. I miles from his life, and a fuv days before his death ?50, money Dtto when Atnro Proves Mambrin Chief Kitliinond on the LantUster tmnpike, Train leates Itotvland at 7 00 a m , rrturnlnc expressed his thankfnlneis that the Lord a dam FANNIK dam of Dolly, dam of Director with Foul. a 17, ihorndalc 1 ill,', Onward a ask sire of at jtjtp m At IihiI allowed him tobringsucha villain a -0 IInrl Franklin, lima a a3, John r Payne a 411$ bj lien ton of Harrac, son of Fear to justice. Mrs. 'Wren's testimony Hi oldest c ilts an toniing two )ear oldt naugh . A'c lien Franklin' d tin by Johnson's 1x586. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ill Copntrhottom. ad dam by SatWeuner, Mil of ie mares at 10 tents per day and stillr ought to have considerable weight. AtStandard, No 1)051 take illft ssihl, tar but ara not respon.lbli Sir Arch), son if Imp. Diomed SIRED 1IY PALADINE m i Mail train going North i5? atudenis or essapes Abddlah Mambrino cites race horse ipialititss 131pm lanta Constitution. South Illy llambletxnian 10, dam by A.licricun Star " Tint x.Hing roadster sttllion is an inbred (.old sir 1 hey are horsIS III RNA.M A. CO in the colts that he has produced South iopm Express train dust Foa'etl in Atitll, lK7 Is bay, full in hands i dam POCIIAHONTAS, by American Cliv es of extreme speed, courage and Irs el beads, with ' " North Ki.uc-tk- k 3a? am Kklvtivk Cost ok Animal and fcedyatid unusceflfd In style, aition, ninth and (drc of the dims of 14 in the a 40 list, 9 in iMy No horse in the stamina to stand bard training 6vam Loral Freight North by C M Clay, J r aalsireuf llic aamefiaiii disposition Kentucky has crown into popularity more ratudlv 1'owkii For StkkktCax Tiiaction. South- S3sPm LION, lilt FASt Y SADDI . lull brother to Esttlle trial j ulj. Cnriune, J") than he has and with same lass of marrs has ' The latter train alo carry passengers. tId trial t t and Mmrrts.e, the tpecdrand Kxperta have for some time been experi UaMiedsuch nntoriet) theIf ou uanta horse with j dam MARY ANN, bv Alesander s Ahdallahic, piemlmn colt standard time. Solar by lb audi liolddn.i 'M. Sired (sire of the dams of Jetnme I'ddy 1 1'4, Fnvonia The abat e is calculated on , then breed to Abdtllnb menting and estimating upon tho com- iron clad constitution et irrcat d.1111 prmlncer and 4400 (bv (isdddtisl iso. bt Vermont Moriran ("lo. j j, etc Misa( llamnletoiiiun in time is about ao minute faster Mmnbrino. He is ikci ,i er related to Maud s lie a noted prepotent aire PODIXEis a seal drown, j jiurs old, s4 and Jnhnsintieldto!( parative cost of running a line of street some da will year hands, tine iHlv, hundssMielv iiratioriioniid j ml limn any other sla'tion the tirst to trot 10 piiblb as fast as 1 ts; sin of ( nar e.irs by electricity and by horse power. 1!. F ATWOOD. Will lury prumisinir list .ombipes the J J U.I.KN SlOO, With Return Prlvllepo. rtte, dam of Kosjlmd Wilke ilhe fjstast msic of IfsMti iiMkP the season Iof liv'Jl oar stable !, rude cross hacked by Alexander's Vhttnllah MilledKetille incatn emmty, Ky.on the After careful inquiry and investigation t, ManlurdaHd MidcdKvlle pike, at and should piodnte ereat specs! and rmnaikakle the W like family, iictrd a iK) Whirlwind W ATWOOD, ALLEN is', I'stelle iwdutiuice His df rindant are t tin toprusc Kami) Oolddnst dam of l.sMI t a aAj, they have reported that taking a line of him Florence by (Mden Breut, iHitti upoa tin. track and in thr stud Mingo Chief, san of (Salt Comet Morgan $20 to Insure a Mnro in Foal, 5x31. "0 cost EGEKTS. (lavearsit the averagef.Ht.l of operating per awt ol tne t a ieilorerhave a sttswg in RSSL ESTETE liter Or Ji$ bj the season, $'20 to Insure It horses is w fusianof Osdddusi and Morgan blood 10 nirunst a cost SIRED II l'KINCKl'h 5J. Dorset (.olddust will male the present season at Mimes due Ity Woodford Mambrino t n w hen electricity is used of S(lS..r0 a day. Malts tuir place tisj miles from NUnrwrd on HuMontille graced or tod when mare is parted wuh t reastmaLle prises Not respei, dam LOTTIE a 18, by llambh Ionian 10 (ire of Toitphone to all pomls. Males bred (H the pike at This leaves a balance of $;1.2o per day sible far ant Oft l Join should ant axcar the dims of I'miket 2 14, b i'rimep, (ivnota shares specially. Mart's numl at Joe per (ek, (dt l(dj is a rtvamiUI red anm I, rla) mn Id. or nearly So a day on each carin favor of a 19VJ, by I'riuceps, (,renlaiider 19k bs tash. tiiMd care taken of stock, but at owner's $20 to Insure a Living Colt. and tail It hands it.uhe hiah. ji, I....I s.,., Princeton a lojf, by I'rinceps, Karl J iH. rial. Maru bred to my sIihIv, und tlifcH brid tr , itH.aadit a peifecl saddle horse electric traction; this means the saving by I'rinceps other slot k, the menev dueV Marcs brad una Mates H leased one ol the stable at Pence A: Farris en sltoed last seusti a te.i of Kibe Dean forfeit the insurants.'. track mid will run general innvearof a largo proportion of the dam Mollie damlll.uk Hawk 34,J is1--. Ittie a aS) patted withgoott track and hate Tcurfd the servi- ttan ivea h.it tvsasonabw terms. Personal a ten objl.ill Kdi(rsj, sweepstake premiumas at jKiik. and took the not reapunxbleloracridenM I h.nc a Island ricord 1 S ir by t die nnd Iiant die anu lb Ins utsn ftat llairt tl of ao ol Princo of 5 . F KKItl. I'J.ray, both htttm 1 ho.e Ui wai.t to breed to a iirsid saddle Breaking and Training Stable. amount necessary for equipping the cars ords belour J4i, and,nrandilrrs ll.tha with rec-iA ces of Sam Colburn and J ple.d 10 Itai diemen0s4r 2 40, (ireen with etirience, who will be stallion ate cordially invited to look at our horse with electric appliances for propelling a jo perlonner. stock fur sou and see him mote. 3 dam b) llcllfoundcr "ire rt dam of Ilainblcto-ni.tImported registered Ittrkshnc hogs for alr lie hat had sufficient experience to make him an them. He was sired at Second Jewel, he hv Cunninir 10 export if the buine- - Hint hi rates still be verj Send for cant of estt'tidea diree rti, haaj's Jewel, re by ld Washington Denmark Give lnm a hare of oiir patrouage. reasonable 4 dam by spskuII solicited. His first dam ,.MHume, ty .Mclionild's llalcarn. It is not generally known that the , , . ... tt .i .i r es s.rusaurr ills " dam py I hree f Tinted States possesses nearly Hecord wall J.ukstMl. he be UashiB,;io il jo. Denmark he hv nuts ixnmais hl fir.t dai av ,u.lr L Kw of the toUl railway mileage of the Standard Old Whip, i.l dam a Ko ky l .untain ! world; and when it is considered that, M DIOS SANIHIX.K A mir llrotvu Horse, it. hands, foaled Mav, iMs, SON. W MilledKesilb-- , Ky s of the present gigantic system SIKKD IIV KIKXZI, . I will stand at my stables at Mc Kinney, the foaled In iSSj (FmII brother to Kin Kene t jal) Illark Stallion 15c, Hand. High, I naled iM;. Mahosonybtj.n'l of railways has been constructed since sttsor ot 1S9. two Horses and three Jacks Ilv AbdalUh Uleiuoe, trull .jo.he bv Joe data by Abstain Fnrrant 1 vt, ms ssf .Mbchii Klmc, ajo; the close of the war this fact is the more SIUKD Il LM.K WII.KIS 4l. lrcnf3iii Jjolist; be by St he hv AlivnnJ.TJ bdallah: he by Hambletonian significant. The United States has outVERMONT, lUm by (iarrartt I hu I, sire n Iktait t)ak a ilK Abd.illah tiIfiK.cc dam by Willie D (Kvsdyk's 1st dam Kate, by CHI's Vermont 104. (standard Kuie stripped other nations in many thing", By Gill's Vermont, the pedigree of dam unknown. ad dam llhtck F.mily, b) IMm's Yorkshire ny dam by Orv Kagte Item's sire stf td dasn vl by Mambrino Messenger Jot Abdallah's- dam 3d dam Little limit), by Wagner. Davis. V l A. but more than all in the matter of its crr 4th dam Kmity Sprit!, by Imp. Levlanthaa. ljl) lUk .lalln.n K, baad.high. fualed ,sa,. b.,- -- by Pacolet jlh data Victor Abdullah's dam atiny Ramsey, by Henwj nniiaiC d, ,s loiiiuniin, 'ranKr soiintt,., Nsw t utk Lyle WiUiw 465S, sire el Daiitillc Wilkt., t.tj, ry a 8. sire of iu trotters and pmducing dam.. railways, which have become the great Sired bt Latltltr !?, Fanns'sdam Pus, by Nn.hMj. bv iluuson, by est of all other enterprises or industries, lirl P W. Logan's Wateilos thit ha a record Chief j joH, Konaii j V4, Maltie Wilkes jyK Wohurn Maid, by Woburn . PKNCIt is a horseofg.ru natural saexd, hiig of a u and is standard bred. See rcdizree ol i.um it lines j is, trial 117, r t.e.rge wiues ' he dam of tarter, a ijV,) I'arlc's iliKhlaiider bv Hunt's Highlander (ima ittwrsi nt a? tairo acai at i ears 01a and 1 :a, ist dam by American L ta) 44, .id, by Muu I'nss' Jam b Imp Messenger, and its magnitude greater than any oth- L.ogan s Waterloo ported in 1! td dam by a M tmbnixi horse o era sets slow track I'hss is no ssvark of his Waterloo, Jr.'s ist dam by Leti Hubble' old briHoChiaf , jttdaia the dam ol Kricnua . yo jd dam by Mambriao Meuenger llenrv's dam I.illv Dale j jo, by Hunt's Com- - er interest in the world. He has shown Inols in spaed, a is nnd a.a iters Stonewall Jackson m os; s:rioriners iiiitn, )iy, s mouore. Com'nodoie out of Elira Jinkins by' vievrge t'bf, It4j; by Voluntrvr. ts, sire nl st Jul in 11 seconds, it hrh M a rate ol tt. Vr kusa. Heubeli is oter t hands high, dark bay and a American Ftbiisc; lie by Durach. out ot Miller's j .JO, more thau an, stallion lltli.g or dead b nine and blood Ilka, and alter sstrtinc a limited leas iison eie it dam Mss. Nlinr bt Ham fine breeder of good horses tor all purposes and HamillOHiad 10, siirtif 41 performer, in I Potter s Cla ; ssl dan Well's Star asond. dam number of mates will be IJamsel, by Hloireiie, uam uy imp .uc3v:iij;er Thi is the way n chicken or thick i worard foe a fjt re.ord daaiAf Aridlsry by Henry CIA) 6 IIr.ry'slre lames U. CIjv's Ashland Mambrino, fattened. Thrust into n cylinder, it is win stanu at With the blood f, and Modest; t bv HauibsVn msn. Mainbnna l.a y horn, Ac CHI's crmoat 104 by Mambnuo Chief, sire ire of llimner lloy ij, Chief. Pilot. Jr , andolKdwln lorraat. and as great ' Aracriraa Star, l. td dam bv lletlrnnd ttnl-uVictor Ahdillah will miki th- - sca'.on if itn at kept in the darkness for three weekb; $6 to Insure a Mare in Foal. Illark Maria 1 mile ic.md j J3, the dans of 1 he an inditiiluafashe ! he I. III hv llaaibb lual.n should make a grtat Mis King a 9!i, that stdd lot hig price. Count W tikes my larm i mile froti St.mtoru at ?i ahe saou and ttde. by'lrlegraph stiKk Intrse Will make the sva of iaie at the ' dam ol i..-- l.a.ley bv Friday , and slam, the (tambctta Wilkes i jft, Nelle) I. thrice per diem a patent ;ood, composed i.iSi, Waterloo, Jr , is a dark brown, or miles' ICO and seserslnlh stable ol Pence A Fatris j j fine compactly fiTTi-dlutrhiw will iaad at eat .tj'.lr, i(. Abel $15 to Insure a Mare with Foal. largely of corn meal, is forced by a small handsmane and tail, ser) and action fi,black.' ers in the V,, Col. !lradhaw ning's', Vermont son of West of Stanford, K) , at at iheir Ha, k lUi't. ;Vlist,b Dow t inch high, tine style n fine the and irts MaBlord c. near new White uk asd Dis Hart pump into its crop, it enjoys no alterna- producer of lonibinid hore, perfectly kind in Ill.11 Hawk 3 it dam b) i.aiU.1lay's Columbus, H J DAUSl, Stanford, ky. rsiser lurnptke, Dttdderar'. Mill $30 to Insure a Mare in Foal. and as lurid Sl'Alt VVII.khS is fine tive; it must sleep and fatten. I'aralvzed disposition and a sine foal getter Will Hand at some a colt as )ms.an find in the Wilkea family. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. He has never been handled lor specs), but will Mares parted with in c Mares j by ' inertia its tlesb becomes white and $8 to Insure a Mare in Foal. tri fast when handled. Hi- will make lh. season at reasonable rates, (ml, nu r't,u.i'.,liit forkept mi 0 I will also glte a $10 premium for the be.t aiate of iRouat my plate t inilf from Stanfoid on the rai e or tender and in tin ee weeks it is as fat nsi cat and Danville pike at lor Ihe AIo three good joiing horse tolt of d liar io" s ti in ot tiimin m staniurd the hrst M rdsy a ball of butter. The cost of fattening a in Otthr Alv my youag )at k 1 FV52j JACKS ALL WELL BRED, $15 chicken does not exceed 8 cents; a chick- : Kiwaibaut Cjiicasfitiio- U ill en so fattened brines 10 cents more per To 1 years old past, at $0, and 4 tear old al prr tt I'tn.rncniir .. mares at Money due when colt is foaled; Hen retained 01, JOE EMBREE, . , , . . , . .. , colt is ( A. I. CKKY Stanford. K. $o Season tlue whencolts forfoalensra.on olt will serte a few giKtd mares at iMMjini 111 1111-- umritei iiiuii uiiiui uuiuis- Lieu retained on all the inoner it tr mturr a 'i 7 rm $10 to Insure a Living- Colt. in ,oli Mares kept on reasonable terms, but no liability Is a red jack, a year.old the i4ts .. ens. late October. He is n hands high an.) of fii for accidents King lluckden is a bright bay witltcsui any white st) le and act..- -. Ilred bt Peyien Kmbite, of Lin u J W. .l KXS '.raiuii; In. tli is nV, kinds high, line inane and t ail, of tiaras solM couaty, and hasadouUc It is related that in Hardin county the ' v,tr, liou and is a natural saddle horse lien retained on on tl rolls cnaaf J(, till the He it hy silter King, the great premium horse, paid, Mwe) due when the r.slt comes season LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI tornado provided, to some extent, fori or ist dam by Imp. lluckden sd dam by Drnny's i M. SPOON AMt.RIi, its sutlcreis. It not only killed chickens u hi ny riimnic iirennun. rllasnre was a ' ' '" Daily, Secures to Travelers, Sianlord Kv f'aled pril till great show Iwrse in hi. da) He washy lunt lla) stallion, i lunds but plucked them so that they were near-1S86. His 1st dam by lray I'agtc, 'd dam ry Cop hip and out of a mare hv Frank, thnr K'onierv a perbotloin, .Vc He wa sired by slesscngrrC hiel. ougbbieil THE MOST RAPID ROUTE ly ready for the jiot. In one instance it ' Will make the present I'KNC t A r AkKI, Stanford .Messtnger Chiel, seasjn at mt plate bleu open the doors of tho house of an cast of Lancaster on the Kichniond pike j miles Jr,by, Messenger lennie sire 01 aMaud ad dam bs Klmo , F.ver altemited etwecu t'ie great commercia ' and will a tojj ist dam M am btiuo Chief, Mauibritiu Mctn:tr, jddam by cities on the t)hi. !Ji'erand rhicii;r, and heict old couple, pushed the teirified pair, be permitted to serte mares at 4th dam b) Imp Napolcun tth dam bt leuipe.i the f.itft time md most omfortable trains be 'andarri 6th dam by liger;7th dam bt Daruabt s Di South, or tn the West and nuaiust the wall and broke every at tide $10 to Insure tween all points in tae a. Living- Colt, inede, Mh dam by CannoH Whip. tth tlam iy he tt unterpi" of this train on all Northwest. in the room except the looking jrlasoes tall :) iSj ion. ta. . ...ints.ssy . Is hl, ,h, f l s i'aragsin .Messenger Chit was suetl Miipp trunk Hues is den mlnaled The Limited Etpress. .1. SI rn in pet Money due when the colt mii ks Sired Abdullah Pilsjt, isidain hy Mambrino Messenger f The superb rolling stock we employ gites patront lVrhaps it was tushamed of itself when it ' llSeil j) aj'I. t,,j,J , ,1. I,,,, ti ,ikMrr i' Nitr, k.iatalti (. Iv. .a. U.J ad dam hy Mambrino Chief, Ac Ho sired Maud iiinnie tilVia. r Unlimited I .iiiIpm Dai-.. King Peio.ky Coil- - high and ha splendid stl and action ' He was Messengtr tsal tr.al to M, n Marvel j , Man HSay Mriiiin. get Motion and stick to Monon, il haw ilrt doings SO SOOIl reflected. rr l.cu. nsal ... and f... . nmg 1 xa , Hubert H , record 1 a, trial sired by Letcher i kes, ommt you w.m to sate '.i'icy and hate a pleasant jour. lbs' have shown trill. ( , u or better-- , all in m and other fat unes Wilkes, record a ij! ; he by Oeor; sc ncy sim wai. n Al'dallah IMI. t wtis sired hy Vleaander's Ulsl ord i 71. the irrvatest sire at all stall .nt.nit woudrrlnl in, . 'ur in Per lull infirmatlon, tvme cird. maps, tolders, III Indian bs Mambfiao Chisl tauia tsith iHiiiirU opt, Mumim by l.co W,i. Ktira strong inuciiiiite pulerie sepr. He " Firt damby old Sttthcwail Jackson, the siroof ' etc, tall on or address MamUr.' WV,, j ,v,, f,uc more Kuod ' M, Hh ( Harrv .re of Pnnca Wilkes . ,ii, . I o.ivillt, K. ilian nny 7 P. Junaad others W. C. a t.lj. Red rately about equal parts of jriun arabic in Kenlucktsaddle horan was known ather stallion 'uJ Pukard i isii. Krd (sir of Itvsdtk Hani ok., ,.. Alvsunder's bdallan . Hisdam by csertlKHly Chic.no. Ill JAS IlVKKr't fi P he almte elegantly bred will make the Willntml sire.. I ' Melonlufl, sire of Daster 17W sirad troldsmitli Agt .Stanfoid hrW season of isV,) at "Maples, and fin in trnacanth; mix thoroughly as tiie old in. I.iivk mare two in,k from Ian sold J,r ii.-- ...o a ..I is tl,r jjoarnW erecord only hor ihal sian who m lura ttrcd caster on Stanford Hike whtre ilir Makl a i: Miji r Ktail 1 lio cJt stand" good for the service will lie I and ,al ll.DeetKt sra.ou Koliert .NlcOragor 1 17, sire ol Ibainie Mrdtcgor at ai iHsvr ready la sars e usarv. while drv and then add oiiilieient wntor. I CONN. ni)ti l,mf Mud.M,s.euer 2 iK, Ac, At you St, Kliuu. roc d - y, was sired bt Mesandvr's V7Pli fPlTT r''n's 'sa ,,t',','r I'Mii'ilnpe than an,, wii1 AKTIll It SI Ms. j,,,,. ' l'aarl tledsusaja? hslallah, dam said 10 he hy Imp lbllfoMntar,A-ii't nt ''"' ?ti,ti,u'r''s' ia vimii' 4sod dam Kitty kis.r, ,:JB ,,f ,rt,, i, . Mamkriuo Chief. th sire of tn second daw of Ily Oea Knot, record t i, with i m i i. class Messeoger Chief, Jr sired the gie.it I.ady ThoiHe aswl ao in a is tlas ' .'''" i.tn Kdm hy Vermont 'sVr '.! w"Wafr "."".I.'.u.iih'"" ' "'s ,,. t."..,' AbdalUh, ra ,U,u 1S1, and Mambnuo I'ati.hen; who in turn sired Hero, 141, daru Dasuihttrof Arthur Sims' ist! an ,. Alsuvit. Iklia.oii, lOL-hTrTVipreserve it. Gum limbic is too eaki is others in 1 v and better dam. I.ady rthur. ondon j io'i and "n i. by lloarbun Chiaf, sir ,,c 0f iBirauiw ft , .wr&otfrftrrfcr1 aim alo aired the dams of (.ny Wtkes j i$tj ; lbtt laidy Maud a ii..:..,..r ood mucilairi1, .and mini and asany asWr gtasd osms and la Kentutky HilU. Ke' ,i.l.d,..t .1,. ......... , in Wilkes 18 a. nl irt f dam of 15 ol ier ariin oat uf Ijlly Arthor, tborvurlissiisi Ha a So S i iW, I . nd i mbim d Wilkt. ' In. tr.imi.g laiir.lc'il. ill on si tnicucuuth, if iMed alone only jmrtly di-- s mike rctords ( ; and belter bay ij(, haads high and baa pro.ea himsalf ' i, ki Dr. I" W l.,,K3ii' nt He will stard no i limits season of yo at our stable a hne breeder s ill stand at ' ! J ,1 iitr irc ' ' f nnte WiltsW ilvcs and lemains in lump?. "I). T. IV lahtt of Mulei 'rt il'e on turiifikc r id leading to near Turaerst diethe nv al Jhil Th..snp. t . ,. 4 ' by Coats 1, . Slaliford in The Writer. I'ctripnoii and Pedigree Waicrl i tand ' $10 to Insure a Living Colt. $20 to Insure a iv.Ying: Colt, saaa Moag.,i, Fourth dam an eslra la.l inara. blai k 17 hand ard wtigh 1, mollis , PIO" lofAbt'allah 00 bbaul Ititween the nectfily of hiinibujrKinj: magnificat l)le and m'taxi and is a sure foal w wtMiirf. sjjo. Helmhy f.ji, I y (ieorg. U'llke, , ,, li HK (fatter, his proven) curubiiiint, speed and firstJ r. A It (. . , the farmeis with eham prottrtion and cl, sad ie iililie He has a ret rd tf i. Ily aletropoll'an, one ( the bted son. of riHinie dam ol N.IIm. nVa.i 1. h Iticht Rysdyk a HamhkMom ui. I,asins for In. daiu Katit Jathvo, 1 jjt,, trial 1 Io at vebham iiuhntion of the tarifl and the ne- l5 HeMambrino t'aru, In- r.y Mas.ii.rino Chief, he .1 j yrars old a ju anj s II a. ynth ny s uiiii.irs r, se, ond uam Clara. lae Cbrlc trial I HI. C'MHINKD iie "U bv Mambrino, he 8TLI ION '' ' eoai a Caua " " cessity of satisfying thu monopolistM w ith by liup Meftteier oatn ot De.te. ,i, aa.i Dict.t., Ua .,r. of ,lilL? T l,1 S'M.i)- MM 1I.1H! Mcliu snjre lit !av M. cner. he by Diisxior a .;, Phalla. aod Ja.-.r', Uidiam (. 'I'&glTt'Xlt'fl will makv ,h .. real prolwi ion and no rshu tmn, Mr. riarpinas 1 10 ot nam'.l'loin.in , n 'iy tat dam l.ty Wrl, b I) Welsh. sire tL ilt. from St j f ,, k Atolv iulut 'c iv.iiiinitl.... ia 'tit ist tl, ,li.. of Print e linperi il 1 ai'tj .Hid "lter , id dam lied Itird bs Cai.iu ,; l '.J'L"h- - n In n Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal Maple Shade Stock Farm. Fauloonor. Boyle County, Kentucky. HAVI-LlK1 I .! .-- YAS00, 11799. I Abtiallal. Mambrino 11 "William Xiylo. V WALTON. tt. twa-Hiil- e 15 .1 sis: pages. 17- Podiitc Oorsey Golddust; $40 to Insure. N 1 I 1 11 srI 1 I ll-Ih- GILT -- EDGE! llambloinnuH-Star-CHi- y & Ilavclok ct-r- I Johnson CltyTonn. C. CROW .1 I'rin-rep- s. I lti - rn-- i 1 -- one-hal- PE1TCE. ear-Ol- d -- . Victor AMallali - four-fifth- 2 Horses and 3 Jacks. , STAR WILKES. 1 1 hond-hnj- li, REIBEN : Ed Barlow, 2375. I II 1 WATERLOO, JR., 11 wrrrimnnmim, 1 1 j j 17 1 1 tjx 111 1 1 1. . I , I i 1 , 1 4 jj, i. L 1 n-- a ' 11 in-- - IS Insure Uvinj; Colt. KHTG BUCKIDEIT 11 - j;.. . !! ,i. 1 A NEW FAST MAIL J J- -e . Gover's Messenger. H- - 1 Tommy Wilkes, Jr. - . 1 S ' I Arthur Sims, 3041, M BREEZE ! WILKES! J I i I I I I 1 . rier-Joum- 1 al. S 111 1 .4 Wyandotte, C Kr-.I- ' I. '; 5526, i, . I I i , I I l.i.r-i- 1 I t .ti 1 W iict VstrjitrNl c t,r'hltrt ", ji,,'" . J . WATERLOO. I t I .!i hi-- V , I 1 . I 94fiS10 ('(.vrciv.XAV.i'.t , band-ssaMs- 1 j . ""' 1 . , J -' , ; - lt , r -r , I 11c ISew Yorlc, Washhiglon. Quickest tu.i Richinouu, iilll, iiihi thf limiyH , uiake the .eu-oo ,fw hi mi il.lc al " I. rd .!.., the wn- opolists, whots liheiality mad e lllirt ibOII 0 li amu. itot ail)4lflllR ' d i i.aectioas in Contra) Union de- - lived, McKiiiliiy and their tihsociiiten III., mr.ki r.ikkk.Ml.l. krM.l ,..., Kiclialiau " " :; -- ". potor "" $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt, .1. ...i...i ttiu, tt mi... ikuimu'ii ttiuiu cnil premiums in tta iiug norsc tt 11,11 liter America and tne winner ol more in ue .:..!. .1.1 I on!-- , Michigan Points, St Chicugn, all rignt Will mil be allow nl to trie and purses Minn any tlur hore in Ken- - Sound I'ltroit, CleteUMd, lluffalo, he no doubt. M. Louis tucky Moucv due man's that are not regular brocder liidi.inapolls and the West, when the toll come., na.irs- - old or transferred , Watirloo's dam by Hulm's Yorkshire; he b) Canada, New Kiiglatui, Imp Yorkshire, dam bt Weisiger's Ilelsluaar: hen will be held on all oils until pud fur Iowa has tried piohibition and found l dam by Description Pedigree ream Kosuth; 3d Ktoiiton, that it doesn't prohibit. At the last two owned by Joe Helm and Jam the noted N I mare is a ird sorrel ,anr nds is hands Harrmou inChief, Jr st 4 inches alierward li huiuht l.oe Jl HUH Hie llt'lM) M-l- - bj Ula kUnrn'. Whip be bt Imp Sallrani din. b Herod , jd dain a thoroughbred ' s?.,u,'f'-- . .H.ar ? was out J" full a ... a Messenger marc and by i :'A;,:z Whip, -- Harrison G&m, i. 11 1 Ji, -- 1 I tfci Pi-t- t """r """ ' nut nrant ptke at I ho. inbrci' Wagoner mare horse per 'nt 4 the old h rse Kyld) It's Xo 10, ihc foi.uder 4 the gieate-- t trot- $25 to ting fsialh lbs wi ill has eser Uusn, cuiirsiasj throiiKb his tenia from 4 didereut rhanaalt i, due Kssdvk's Hawhletonian, olunteer, MetrotHditaa patted with. when th a. d Wilhsm Wtlah dam Mi ton-Uin1 Itaat-blatoni- 3 , 11 , Insure a Hare in Foal, fact it aarartainr.l Mr j ' I . 1 I. KIN, ('H.s III N I antaater lllkliMi siir s. Mils', lint sialli. ;r Il.iltunore. Philadelphia, 10 Harrodslmrg, traiikfrrt, K U(IM. Shortest and Quickest line to Solid Trains, b.ig;gags cars, smoking curs and coiclies, Pulii'iaii lioudoir Sleepirs through without change tiaClialtan og, llirmii;ghani, Merid inn making d.rcct connections en route for Knox-villAshevilli, I.V"chliiir' .mil points in the or three elections the voters have pretty clearly cxpresi-etheir objection to prohibition, even to the extent of electing a democrat for governor because the dominant party is icsnoiifible for the .same. It is not unlikely that local op- tion will replace prohibition in the near' . future, republicans having pi'tl-l- a tioneil for the same. lhi Halo News. d ,.,,, very reliable oi,ii of stoimy weather Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilnuiig is when the sun rises clear and shortlv At Macon, ton, Cliarlesiou, Augusta, Satannah, K'oes into a cloud. This indicates the llriinswick, Lake City rhuiuustillemid I'l.Oltl-Opresence of rapidly condensin". moisture points. 'Che only line running solid trains will, choice in the atmosphere, which is likely to fall I'ullmnn lbu loir or Palace Sleeping; Cars to without change lor .m tlassof pacn-er- s soon as ntiii. A lurid color of the sky at or biiggage. Selma and Montgomery, Hiintstille, Decatur, sunrise, lialos ainiuul tliesun and moon, t'loreucu .ticmpius anu t u r,t.t n.ta poinis. 'rainbow in tle morning" and the "sun Shoifct and ipm kel to knnistnn Sclina, Mobile Direct connections made lit NKW OK. haw inn water" arc due to the same, I.UAN'S witliout omnibus transfer for (mhestan, IfntisHiii, Austin, I'tiiine and are all omens ofstoriiiy weath A A Jack-suntill- e UAk)R:mL:(;vA,, this spring; has big tail and 111.111c He is by Harrison Chief, he In Clark Chltf. the sire of idy Thornc a is dam Lute, the dam of $15 to a Living Colt, lie ii.im ol Harrison Chief, Jr. is Hanker a 29 by a son ot alton's Matnbriuo lie out of a mare by d lij Minetokcy. I will .ilo stand at the, same pla e my fine J ick, he AUa.iiidt'r'H Abdallali, dam din. Shawlmu's Tom by ObLevington, ad bv Hill.hr by Hall Slocking.: 41ft dam bv Dav Crolket ; 5th dam by Halt om , 61I1 dain b) Wells' Crusader Mr W II Wilson 0 Cvnthlana, K) .sold a Insure a Lmng it Monet dutat combined gelding, a full hrotlierof Harrison Chief weaning llnif or when mare is purled with He is Jr , for $i,J'K, also sold two others at Ji,to Mr brown jsck withtthltt points.8 years old in June Abe llsn.iker wild anulher combined gelding for and lull is', hinds high Hettus sired bv Aiken': $000, so )iu tan oc the breed of tins horse is more Knitf W illi.iin he by King Phillip ist dam Illack after ban Satin Jiunt-t- . she was sired bt King Phillip: ad sought pricps I than any other stallion a thet bring belter ant other stallion dam by Morccas le, he by Jim Porter, This Jack J mi protcn nnifeii ruienrecnir f number ol his tolls hate sold for $i at weaning tunc Money due when the clt l foaled or inaro parted I with l.icn rclaiiuxl lillmnnc) is paid, a P This line saddle stalln n will muVe the prt-e- ni LOCiAN, Owner. season at same pUte al fij the svasoii or Waterloo will stand at s )earsdd 1 BHFil), iStMnd.tnV r- Insure 1 li Wallace Denmark; i Mat a rn li Mahogonv baj, 15 hands high, heat v nunc and Mil ; is ttriitls line and faiu ; is both a natural and pleasant snddltr, brueds fancy and when ipurtly dritcn fn harness He is high-ta- il style on both kocs like a trotter ides to the third generation Is backed by thoroughbreds onliotli .ides, inakirg him very at lite and sprightl) in gait; ill form mid finish a prrfctt tiiodil He was sired by Sumpttr Denmark, lie by (inddard s Denmark, lie by Oaines , Cromwell's Ileiituark. be bt thf nice horse, Denmark le It) Imp Ht'dgeford Hit first dam was sired bt Sir Walln e, he by Todhuiitcr's Sir Wallai e he by sir Albert, (ihorouglibred) d dam by dam of Viigiinus by Iranbt. thoroui:li- bredl he bv the celebrated Mason's Whinn. id dam a Wlupp nuiro 11. Koaled 1 STEVE WALKKR, c ' X?,.uKS.,rl,',,'R si.t.ftbe i.?:'h:4'.".', .""",u.n .., ...... ' aim ........ hind aiisles while, f.ulr j ,n ,. . -J Ma. -! K- "-. .. r R" i$lO" -- ' ' diun of Pearl Medium rourin 1 -,- "Mdd''n.fci''-..j!."e',Umrf t ij 'I bird dam Kinr Kivrr. .!......( ' a,, b, Alevandef. ,Abdall.,h7sl r. ol i.l 7.ZI Maid a 14 liosaliiul y v,c inn ,y "reec, 1 sire n "'l Me (n lackn Wilkes !. r .1. 11 Vlr-gini- So So I , t?H , I.iiic a 1 nV, I.aura j THE KI3NTG .. lleli man !T" ' .nt ' ui b Cmt'' riure tritkes u ' TOM ROI1LNSON, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. without omnibus transfer for Dallas Fort Worth 'Austin San Anloiiia, LI Paso and points in ur. Kxi'liauite. Tb only thinugli lint i latkmi and uksburs. Miss., Shrvtcp.rt La., making dir t connections TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. For through rates correct county maps nnd full informnltou cull on Agent at Junction Citv, Ky.. or address rltANK V. WOOI.l.E. Tiav. Pass. Agt., Lexington, Kv I). 0. KDWARDS, C CMIARVKV Presi lent. ic 0. P. A T. ., Cliicinnati. O Prohibition not onlv doesn't Mop the sale of liijuors, but because of it thev I ...... . ..1.1 .... " ...:.! tt iiiiuui 1... or i.:.i ift - iniiiiei.iuce. i lie experience of Iowa is like that of Maine, Rhode Island and other .States that have tried prohibition it proves that State prohibition under the social condition of tut.-nu-n 1 to-da- y is impraoticable.-l'ittsburg- h Com- mercial Gazette. Son of Walla, Denmark above: 1st dam bv Mil ! 0olt- - ler a I lenuurk, he by 1 lie racehorse Denmark, his ; Dam Klua 'jant, ..am k , 4it tiuin ij ,iiuiiij;oiicr; styuteri to a?o; dam by Old Drennon, Tom is a fino shaped horse The King-i- s bt Silver King; he bvOn Time: he black wilh heat y mine and fail, isjf hands high of .MlllPll.lh Alelselurxi l.f .MesstllL-a-r I l,,,r sire Maud Mestcnger a n stonewall jack son, he b Washington Denand is n natural saddler and lias pros en himselfa Dark lat luitid hirat d.im, Sui(j t,v Seutine I w weigbi .ix mark: he bt Ouines' Denmark; he by the fant) breeder. ... A . . . uk lr.. f I Foaled June, HIS " I he altovu '.lock trill make the season of iSoo at ITanilicre race horse Duuui-ir".'"" ist dam out cf Maud lit Volunteer, " St Julian- Vt. IIV CLA Dolands (".ranger, he by Jewel, lit bv Washing- - my farm 14 inilusfroin llusionvillu, ni.irCarpeti dam WILKKS. 0;on' Kilty Kit ers (grand ter's Station, and will be pirmnti'd to sent- marts Hi-bl dam bv Highlandtr. like- - he h Ittsdtk. Hambl- c- ,0," fienrge !"afv'ii ." Al ,.0 if, j M,r;V,f,"'ii) mc iiisuruiii e, Jd dam bt Wtvjdpecker 1. man t irsi nam bt Kegular: he bv Volunteer '"..Jr1'1..' y Ked Ja.ktt. by Comet soiVifsl,..,,'''1 A"0 l ine King ail ilam the premium mare Klfie b) Kegular Wilke is as tine gaitesl horsous ttlll lie KIN DKFD .as ocros.ta of'iu' "iT" 'V0'-11111111 in .1.. tC'.l!, 'an",et.e.r'V.V'ul'''" ofllerthiine. who was a mc t iikps lamity "11. lias never litem Mainbrino Chief f, ' ,"Un' '" ll,tI1lll..l fAPkll ft till, .".g .... lie ,.,., tWeuiihlircil .011I of Alite Carncal, the nam ol the .u,,fn.a .. ..............-,..- . c;1 P.llot. Jr , re of t.. ,rlJ my .mguin '.:,- home two ' I ui. 1. 111 masc me season 01 lie King is a blood bay with one lund anLle miles from Hiisloutille on Danville nik.i at DBNMAJIK LEXELL, tt lute anil snip in face, good mains and tail, good r lh"n nr other horso has . 1. jlai !rot"r lf..,.l..ul ..ll ..."," ..' Son of Wallace Desmirk, a liaildtonu- - olt, of JPXU IU lllbUrtj d OOit. I as a saddler. I he King stands "Mi" ul hands hij;h line size anil 01 royal inooit. will ru used 1 'jo at m rivutely. pktce.ll ' Stock committed to my care and breeding will M'a'rtL'grd all receive niv personal attention, tints, lunilsheil "T .! U.ibllity r.?-.ud- .n at reasonable rates to be pitd Inrbelore removal of Ja'beanVyu, ..? ." oscaiies, . " IL .. I ?V"U stock. Noresponslbilnv fur accidents or escapes. Money ducwhon the I. i " laANIi. ".""" HH V lllll Im properly cured for I'Mt liUIVIrnilCIt " fact I, ets.asai.al Parting with stock forfeits Insurance and makeji Mo'tlaud, K; II imncil tvun. CH.VS. OT SA.VDIfKJr J STtSr.l.K CAKPJ'.NTKK. icats.it title. Regular Wilkes Mrs.enger llrte.e, by Messenger Chief sire of ! $2 t0 Insure a Liyins IVhi &$ AM. i6. '0j. "' nra""''' .." '" I'Vj!'" "" ' I i.oai .,"'.. .....,.. Wallace atSIO; Torn atSIO ,, .laM JlJ f iaUing , &?$? ....... ft"""" Ufr$ESZZriH .,',:"1," L", i, "e ..".I." $15 to Insure a Mare in Foal, 4 omSoJ K? 'Wl'l WrW .l L rfli'i "- 4 - Go to Rowland for Miss Winnie Davis, "tho daughter photo- j?rn)lis, $1 per dozun. Frank Conilur. of the Confederacy," is shortly to wed Alfred Wilkinson, of New York, tho Laucikst niul le-- t assortment of fltihiiiK grandson of Samuel .1. Lay, the great abk c.WALTON.Bus.ManaRer Uiukle at V. U. Call and olitionist leader. Ht'U. Miss Kdith Waltz, a very attractive MEANS BUSINESS. For Kknt. My bouse and pardon. young lady of sweet HI, committed at llillsboio, Fleming county, SuniMHihrii'M (mrden Seeds, fresh and Place has on it an abundance of fruit of day night, by taking Btryclinine. all varieties. Mrs. K. C. Helm. Utiiuine .V. It. Penny. in love is said to be the cause. Watuiks and jewelry repaired and Our double liurfiu number i KniK 1 It. Penny. varranted. A. "CHURCH AFFAIRS Tiik boat place to buy drug?, patent be adaisy and weare noin to print it Mi'diciiu'H and toilet articles is at A. H. on cambric for all our pations in the Thieves broko into the MethodiHt horse line. I'tnnv's. church, at Ortingsville, and stole the orUi'v your Bchool hooks, ink, tablets, Wk have placed all our accounts and gan. paper, pencils and hchmil supplies of all knuls from A. It. I'ennv. Itev. W. Y. Sbeppard, of the notes with Harvey Holm for collection, church, Hanodsburg, will preach lie will be found at Hill & Mcltuberts law otllee. Owsley at tho Methodist chinch here, Monday Craij;. PERSONAL POINTS. night, '.M. Mis ,li s.mi: Mykils is with friends at "Ol'HIIATOHS ASI) AllBXTs" will filial The Young Men's Christian Associasome cry interesting matter on our 1th tion has raised Sr)S,000 of tho ilOO.000 Mm. A U. WiNscorr has Juinud her piiye from the pen of It. I.uo Davis, a they are uoing to put in a building at ii'ish.ind 'ieie. good writer, a line judjjt of character and Cincinnati. David Slutou contributed Mns. .1. It. MuLSTiind family returned a (jniek observer of whims and peculiarr.'o.OtW. t i LitiratiKi' Wednesday. ities. The Louisville Presbytery, Northern I'.Khiu. HoiT.left yastenlay for Min church, swings into line, with most of Ir we have any subscribuis who nre 'tin, where he will locate. takinu this papei solely for Mr. Barn-- s' the Presbyteries that have taken action Mu. K. It. Davis, the new up to date, ami favors a revision of the at Dillion, was hero letters and wish to discontinue, now that confession of faith, by a vote of S to 7. i ft lie new ho has ceased to write, they will please W1neslny. Tne judges of the Wisconsin SuMas. Vksi.i:i Korr hns icone to Louix- - advine us, taking care to square arrear- preme Court explain that the decision r, Mrs. ages, if any exist. lie to visit her prohibiting tno reading of the Bible in IVt'' .lohnson. It has been raining oil" and on for three scIiooIh merely forbids its use us a special Mum, M. L. ItouiiNK left Wodncwlay to days and the signal service does not book for a speciiically rcliiiious purpose, isit her brother, Dr. 1'. 1'. Trnehoart, ut promise anything better. The ten days lu other words the lliblo may be used in Merhni:, Kansas. of dry, windy weather had made rain the school like a history, or any other Mish Ma mi: Hitow.v, of was desirable though, as many had to stop book, and us such may be read before with her sister, Mrs. (Jeorgo II. Hruce plotting because the ground was too the entire school. ,vie tirst of the week. A Danville dispatch siys Transylhard. Miss Anmk Hiihii.ns, a very clinnninj; vania Presbytery North) held uu adTm: Stanford Female College Com- journed meeting oun: lady from (Jarrard, is visiting Mrs. there Wednesday. Jy V M. Iliuuiim and other relatives. mencement will occur June (I. There will a ote of ') to ." it was reMilved to favor a Mil". John Itonxi.v, of Memphis, anil be but one graduate this term, Miss Marevision that will eliminate the idea of a Miss Honey wood Huffman, of Lancaster, ry Carter. Speaking of the College belief in fatalism or infant damnation, vere Kiii'sts of Mrs. M. V. Klkin yestor us that Prof. Hubbard has just and the declaration th.it the Pope is day. added two splendid pianos to bis musicIt was also asked that a decTin: Columbia Spectator says Capt. . al department. laration of iod's love for all men be addII. spradlin went to Anuistou, Ala., tolo-i.it- t Wk hope and believe the people of ed. a short line of railroad, .do will be Stanford and Turners ville precincts will four or live weeks. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Col.. W S. Mu.i.itit passed through to vote the fLUOOO proposed for the An Indiana sow gave biithto l.slive-l- y of the Cumberland railroad. It Know ill" jesterday, takim.' a boat to his pigs. like near the city, whore lie is fjoim; to is certainly little enough to ask, when (ieorye D. Wearen bought of Adam the county will reap such great advantaMi-d a Inure summer resort. Pence 150 tons of hay at SO. tages from the road Mn. M m.i.ik W. Uaiii'icvtki! and Miss Wanti.ii. 100,000 pounds of wool. l'.elle Cooke were the Miistonville re pre S. I.. PoTTKMiKit sends us a long lettor A. T. Nunnelley, Stanford. ntatiM'Sou the Middlcshnm excursion, to say that he was not guilty of any of P. P. Nunnelley bought of Hon. J. linli made at least two hearts happy. tbo eharues brought against the four S. Owsley I :U) head hogs at Mu it (i. Hakiikmon has been tilling young men from Islington by the pco-plSLOT). 'ohn A. McItolsTts, place at the depot of Ixiwer Uarrard for mislKibavior I). N. Piewitt bought of Ad Catron, while he went to see his sister. Miss while en route to the oratorical contest of Pulaski county, 'vS head of cattlu at MaL'tie, married to Major Co.ikley. at Danville. It seems that like poor dog Tiik Middicfdioro excursionists return- - Tray, he was only in bad company. F.levon valuable horses perished in tl tilK)ut 4 o'clock ycMcnluy afternoon, the burning stable of Hogan Brothers Tin: two extra pages sent with this is'Hiking considerably the worse for wear, near Williamstown. over the jrnind time sue will be found unusually interesting, Wut enthusiastic Farm of ol acres of land on Crab being special correspondence from nu they had. Orchard pike, : miles from Stanford, for merous ixunts. On the 2d of May we sale. Apply at Intkiuok Jorit.wi, ofwill begin the publication of a splendid CITY AND VICINITY. fice. serial, the merits of which are set forth The maple sugar cron of Yermont Carpenter Houm". on our last page. "Isabel" will be found Foit Slk or rent the which has just harvested, amounts Apply to I). 11. Carpenter. to be an intensely interesting story. to about .",000,000 pounds, which is A nkw and beautiful line of one and the quantity usually obtained. Tiik lamest crowd that ever attended eight-daclocks at W. It. Meltolert (i. (i. White, of the Gilt Fdge Stock otNlt. i expected ut CardifT, Tenn., Farm, in Bourbon, sold to John K. MadonUit-S- i The railroads will run An elegant pitcher or bowl given away Ura The J. .V C. people den, of Lexington, the black stallion, powder. S. with every pound ol ba nave win i.uuu cots there ami they ex- Clay Wilkes, by George Wilkes, for s. Mvers. pect to be able to accommodate T,000 000. -- M. Kahn bought of G. (J. White his people if necexury, with sleeping quarHah the city council forgotten flint distillery fed cattle, 7t fine home raised statement of the iltiHiiciitl condition of ters. It is exported that about 100 175 pick out of liOO at $..k. sleepers will be the town is required of them? at Card ill'. at $1.1,0, and The best lot averaged 1,400, the others From Boston alone 1,:J00 people . Tiik largo landed estate of the late Paris Keutuckian. John S.Gill will be sold by CommissionWith limited receipts cattle are acOk Coi,'ksk. Tho jury in tho case of tive in Cincinnati, with prices running er t. A. Hurnside at Iineaster, May d. Wils Jennings for the murder of James for 11 for very common to .('0 for best vt't iH' Bailey in Harlan county brought in a BbipH'rs; hogs ;re steady at !! to i'Jr, Tiik circus band will leghi to play at morning, lie sure to be Tcrdict of not guilty. He is also charged sheep are slow and lower at H to (, :0 o'clock this with murdering John Bailey, a brother spring lambs .S to 10.50. on hand. The tuit will be pitched midof James, but it is doubtful if be will be A correspondent from KtigUud way between Stanford and Rowland. found guilty. He is also wanted in Mis writes I hut ut tho Metropolitan .Market. It Zimmku'h new bake oven is work-insouri as an accessory to the murder of a Iondon, the general run of cows sell ai splendidly and turning out the best deaf mute, who wan killed for HO, and a $S0 to f V2o per head. The beet Ilritish Call on detective is on hand to take him thither milkers fetch in market il'J't to $HQ; bread ever made in Stanford. for loaves, rolls, cakes and every- us soon as be i(; released. Court at HarDutch cowbSISO per head. him lan C- - II. will probably adjourn The cannery of Armour it Co., Chi thing in the bakery line. when the soldiers will come marching cago, has a capacity of putting up in one A lot on Main street, Stanford, con lay Ji'i.OOO pounds of cornl'd beef, ."0,000 home. 10 acres and very desirable taining pounds of fresh boiled beef, 10,00!) lunch Tiik consolidation of the K. C. and the tongues, 1,000 ox tongues and a multi- for sale. Also a lot of chairs, includ ' ing several roocers. appiy ih immikhi. "Kentucky uoute is causing many ,...,,, nf IIlinnr .,,.,..1...... ....... r l . :.. i U'lim, i i ' i ... il!.... .jui iit.u. viuci-- . neiiun iu iirup. " lanilL' ni... m. :......n i., ......... ' i,. ..:..... ...... "" resigned and will be sucveeded ton has marines the condition of the winter P... illK'IrtUJin Wl Hlui I lit mill 4rat . ., i( 111. ..,...kVLi M ,f 1I...! - of " ,"u"' "!" ." "'", '"Tt "heat for the past week in the following Mines have acceded to the demand,n!,"" " , ' J'" percentages- Kansas Itt. Ohio . the striking miners, but the other strik-- " '" ' ' Wisconsin 70, tucky SS, Missouri of a settle-- 1 with no prospect ' f ,B '" .,,rwHnota 75, Indiana 72. Michigan 70. Afn.t C', of the ditferonces between employ "!al ent Ken ucky is to have the , tokt. of appreciation of the pat- employee. ' rr,"h, bu",nr of ,Mf,t ' hlv tl,t' ronage we are receiving from .the borse- ' Dbvtii. After a long illness of cancer passenger business of the N. N. &. M. V. men, we will issue a double number on of tho stoniacb, Mrs. James Lamb, of this will be merged into the same depart' May '2d, devoted to horse matters, which ounty, died Wednesday, at an advane. uient of the Kentucky Central, with Mr. will bo printed on cambric for each aded age, She requested that F.lder Jos 8. F. B. Morse at its Jiead. vertiser to keep for future reference. Ballon preach the funeral sermon. The The largest sal e of horses ever held As application for a now voting place remains were buried in McCormaek's at John (iilland's on the Stan- by one establishment in the history of church yard yesterday. ford and Knob Lick pike will be made the world was the Middle Park thord oughbred sale which took place in Tiik base ball season was inaugurated by B. F. Powell, . K. Denny, John in LS72. Three hundred and thirW. K. McAfee and W. P. Givens, at Louisville yesterday, tho St. Louis teen animals were disposed of for S5PJ,-57club appearing against the home club. before the county court at its May term. an average of $1,575 per head, saws we fear the Intk-mo- Tho boundaries include portions of the With its battery gone Cleveland Plain Dealer. The stock Johknals will not bo able to main- Hustonville, Turnersville and Stanford the of 1'J stallions, 107 brood mares its reputatisn this season, but tho precincts and would we judge have consisted tain 100 voters. Wo are sorry our and 120 foals. about boys are going to do the best they can. The most valuable race ever run was friends want to leave us this way. CerTim special train to the Middlesbor-oug- h tainly it is not because they have not worth f250,000 to the winner. It took Hotel opening went by at been treated well or that wo would not place in Natchez. Miss., in l.MiO, and was (lags from treat them better in the future, now that u match of 2,500 bales of cotton a side gayly bedecked with between J. F. Claybourne's Susan Yan-de- ll the engine to the rear coach. About 50 we have something to "treat" with. ami Walker Thurston's Hodolph. It adding to the tremendous got on here, was play or pay and tho cotton Btaked MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. I here is Homalready experienced. jam was worth a quarter of a million. A ing liko ouering a free railroad ride to A Philadelphia clergyman has marprevious to the timo set for the get a crowd. couples in his time. ried race I'odolph took the big head and Su-r- Miss Katie Gano, the beautiful san Yandell had a Owim. to the rainy and disagreeable r for the sale of lots at Mt. Vincent daughter of Gen It. M. Gano, will be prize. weather the was not as largely attended as was ex- married at Dallas, Texns, on the ?:!d, to A .'ill rrown of ptiru iiold with 1,000 pected, but the promoters of tho enter- Dr. Hugh L. McLotirin. James Franklin, "JO and Jennie (liainniulH niul valued ut $:t7,o00 is to bo prise are not discouraged. The fact that they sold 00 lots at $15 to $30 a foot King, 17, walked all the way from Met- jmt up nt miction at .Sin,'nj)oro. It forshows that those who were present have calfe county toTennessee to marry and merly holonnetl to thu Melny Sultans, confidence that it will pay handsomely after getting the knot tied hoofed it and is being soUl by the estate of the back. ate Sultan of in the not far distant future. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal liral-dns- s MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. -- There is not a prisoner in tho Mt. Vornon jail. Itockcastle is for tho Hon. It. C. Warren for auditor. Itev. A. J. Pike preached at tbo Christian church tiuuduy evening. A littlo child of II. C. Gentry died Wednesday morning of inllamnmtion of Having secured the services of sui-eid- e 1 MB.. THOS. DiaUCTOar, OF CHICAGO, I Disan-polntmu- am now fully prepared to do ! Kpis-iMp- ul Milli-ilKevlll- the bowels. Mr. S. It. Kennedy was up from Itiihsellvillo. Col. John B. Fish is in from Pinuville and is at his mother's,' seriously ill with rheumatism. It is rumorod that Wallace Lackey, colored, who lived at this place for a number of years, is to be hanged at some point in Tennessee y for murder. Some vandal who cared more for a few pounds of lead than for astronomy, to-da- ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK AND ZFIHSnE ZEZtsTGKR, A. R. -VIHSTO- All work warranted and promptly done. f- - post-mast- er po.st-oilk- u graml-lanhte- s. Anti-Ch- rist. right-of-wa- y -- l""-pou- nd u O. S'.-J.o- destroyed the marked stone, giving the latitude and longitude, left on the town y the astronomers in Ikiii, when they were Lei u to observe the total eclipse of the sun. The stone had figures sunk into it and run full of lead. The examining trial of Hmmett Snodgrassfor killing his brother was called before Judge Colyer Wednesday. Owing to the sickness of important Com monwealth's witnesses the case was postponed and by agreement the trial set for to come up before Squire Llder, in the Glade precinct. A car load of "hail grit" was shipped from this county a few days since to the city engineer of Louisville, who will test its merits as a paving stone. The quarry, which is the only one in the county of value, is owned by Messrs. 1). N. Williams and M. N. Langford and is situated on the K. C. railroad near Brush Creek station. The stone has been tested on the streets of Richmond in a McAdami.ed form and gave general satisfaction. It is claimed that no dust arises from the use of this stone in pavements as from other classes of stone. This grit was used many years ago in making mill stones, not only for uso in this, but for a number of surrounding counties. There are a number of water mills running witli stones from the Anglin quarry, the one above mentioned, thut have been in uso from 10 to 50 years and are yet in good shape and doing good woik. A peculiarity of the "grit" quairy is that all the stone is on top of tho ground in huge bowlders varying fioni the size of a box car to that of a good sized court-houscattered over some 100 acres of land. If the grit proves what is expected of it the city of will make a contract for hundreds of cars of it. I to-da- PENNY. SPRING CLOTHING. Our Goods are Now All In And We Have AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT Glen's, Hoys' and Children's Suits, Lijjht and Darlt Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also large to-d- ay line of Pants. STAGG & McROBERTS. se An KnciInk, three-horspower, six eone pulleys ami other steam tixtures for sale. W. P. Walton. e I have a full line ol Ik-c- SEEDS -- ALL KINDS In packages and bulk. Also all varieties of In fancy NKW ADVKRTIS KJIKNTS 1k-l- ow j y For In Salo---BrIc- k Residence I N. V. Sceu Irish Potatoes and Clover Seed I I "",n. half-kin- ir S-'O- ,- buiii(.s block ln.rii ,nthe live, wrst Main itteet, and the lllock, oppo-i- tc Court Siurr, Stanford J ll OWSI.KY hu.h I no Turnpike Election. The .stncLhaldf r of the Uuh llrinch 1 urnpile aienntifU-- tn mental Hubble the Mt Saturday in May to elect a Hoard ut Director for the ensuing l t'. C. lilVKNS President. )Mt side-tracke- d have SARATOGA CHIPS, something new and popular. MAPLE SYRUP, the best on the market. Other Fancy Groceries always, on hand. Staple and Heavy Groceries in abundance. in GEOCERIES! that line. Call and sec them. At lowest market prices. arei-om-in- 1,0-jO- FLOWER CROCKS, plain and fancy and something'altogethcrncw -- COMMISSIONER'SSALE Valuablo Town Property MARK HARDING W. R. CRESS, Land. ii Blue-Gras- s g Carrvrd Circuit Court W H. Kinnaird, Adm'r, l'lff., &. .Margaret Gill and ether, Dells, II; virtue of a judgment of the (Jarrard Circuit IVlirt in the abote Mylcdiuit, I ill REAL ESTATE AGENT, Barbourville, Ky., THE CQHMERCIHL HOTEL J. B OWENS, Manajer, On Friday, Jlay A II ohm? 2, 1890, to-da- Continuing from day (o day until the tale i completed, till to the htctiett bidder at public outci y 111 Has for ale some 01 the choice property in the I have Correspondence Mien charge ( this popular hotel! boominc city of Rarbourville, f and intend to run it n afirst.class manner in every solicited. respect. It is heme papered and pninted from top to bottom, the bedding is being renovated and J AS. G. GIYKNS. WM.AYRKS. eicrything done ta make it pleasant and comfortable for guest. The table shall neer be surpassed by hotelsiu this section J I!. OWENS. Harrodsburg, - Kentucky.. AYRES & GIVENS, Attorneys at Law, m 1 1 i i I . eni 1 'J "i; . I 1 '""',. f'7 l''1 I - ., Ken-ersareo- ut - I. ad . '"'? and ts Acrrtof Land on Stanford st . the town ol Lancaster, Ky A Tract of about St., - Louisville, Ky. Acres of (.mid alto on Stanford street in tho 327 i"'. town ut Lancaster, Ky A ho the l.AKGK FA KM left by John S. C.UI at his death, IvirR Shree limlding r cat of the Stanford juke, near LaiK.iter, ky.. mainlv between said pile and the Crab Orchard FRANK MAIil.MON turnpike road aud containing about 800 AcrOB JAS. G. GIVENS Sane will be divided into tracts to suit purchasers. & Terms: These sales will be made bit a credit of I payments Th pur34 and ( munthc in chasers will be required to execute bonds u itli apREAL ESTATE, proved security, payable to the .Matter Commissioner, bearme 6 per cent, wteies' per annum - Iromdavol sale until paid, having the force and etfect ofa judgment, upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity, and with a lien re- Town Lot., Coat, Iron and limber I amis boucht or sold ou Commission, Correpondeiii.t turned on the property .11 additional security fer solicited the payment of the purchase money. loiVr K. .v. ISL K.NMUr.. Master C"m'r Garrard Circuit Court Fifth POSTED. 1 his notice forewarns hunters, fishermen anil others not to trespass on our lands without permission, as all such will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law Signed. D. V. HOLMES Or. P w. LOGAN. oi-y- , GlYESS MRimE. PIULUr.RT RICHARDS. Piucvillc, Kentucky. jiii..hijuuiijiki)I.. ...la . a..... ikvnr.n -- IV 'S ss ' IJII. McKIXNKY. li. LYNN. JOS. I1AI.I.OU. IOSII ADAMS OI.D- WEETHERFQRD HOTEL HIS'IONYII.I.E, KV. - M-t- d WALLACE E. VARNON, Attorney at Law. ----- P. W. GREEN, - Proprietor. j-.h- :. toll-gat- e HZLTOSr Stanford, DII.LIONS SWITCH, Dealer In KY. lOffice over Kontucky. the courts of this Will practice in all Pul-lia- Kng-lau- countus and in the courts of appeal. McRoberts & SUf f drug store. and adjoin-n- c Havins leased the above hotel, refilled and refurnished, I am prepared to accommodate the public in hr.t-clastyle Kates reasonable Good Livery and Sample Rooms attached 13.1m 5, Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Hoot., Shoes, Clothing. Harduare, Queens, ware, Tinware, Furniture and a I. M. BRUCE, ILIVES7, I 1TOTICEI All persons' having claims against the estate of Levi Hubble, dee'd will please file them with Ur I 11. Owsley, cashipr of the Lincoln National Hank. Stanford All knowintr indebted to the estate of Levi Hubble are request ed to settle, M.J A.NU U Y. HUDDLE. s il SALS M FESfi .TABLE, General Line of Groceries, K.mcy Candies, Crois Ties, fee. All Linds of Produce taken in exahinje for goods. PotolTicc, Liwngston, Ky STAXFORD.KY. SPECIAL ATTENTION to CO.MMKHC1AL travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. horsesand vehicles used in liver'. Only hrst-class Executors. ' 1 o'clock-Tuesda- y JtADFIELD'S RAILROAD :THE MYERS HOUSE JB. H. BURNSIDE, I ! ELECTION. few-hour- s FEMALE- i' rr.'l'.ift .rv V Proprietor I . Notice is hereby cien that an election will bo held at the various votinc places in Stanford and Turners ille Masisteri.il Districts in I.i4colu (.ounty on -- walk-ove- Kentucky has is determined and its REGULATOR 'o Hotel in proprietor maintained. shall be 1 E bmxw NSTR OR .rn a better repuittion, that .Saturday, May 3rd, 1890, , m ' He has recently added to its appointments j IF TIsVslN DUR1HI CrUsHSt QV AIt GRtrsT DKHQEnto6UTEF.fUtWMLLfiADsQrJl JBOOK MONTMLV SICKNCIS UAT ION PQl a"d BHllnrdlParlow Also I I A First-Clas- s Livery TO"WOMAN'i2' Stable I I'roindoVlotlca m. until; o lock p. m for, the purpose of taking the sense of the iualiricd voter ttf said prci incts upon the iiucstion of iss nn" not u r.usc a iuiiu 10 pay iuwiv 1H.11 .v,wu,ia i7uuii subscriptions nf$io.xi of stock in the Cumber, land Railroad Co., tho funds accruing from said bends net to be used except inuciiuirins the rijjht- of wayor in construitini; said road through th'e county oft. Incoln from Rowland to thu Casey county line. lly ordfrof the LmkuIii Couutv Court, A'ril 7 iS..,. THOMAS U VA"RNON.Julee. (.VXiKt.l. II i OOi'KK. acils. THOS I). NrVLAl.D,-:ienf- f. ij IToaccommsda - e the demand, of his increased lY-ra- I k r "f wr M"4 t'sr "" " iu "' w" ,j ' "i"j" '"" ' 1 1 ' '" n' qfc'W ifw ii kmw$ "i - ' M ," j. - u G f & KI ft r hs during her whole lifetime and they have Phctiomiually rapid indeed has been C. A. BENEDICT & CO., line- the rise of Joe A. Thornburry.now agent all made records, too, as llrst-ratWoll Drillers & Pump Adjusters, men. Tho boy who can't learn telegra at Middlesboro. Only four years ago he ought to be apprenticed was working extra at Greensburg. phy under Cass TAXKOKt), KY On r to a at once. Though not the opening of the Pineville otllce Supt. ll ilnlvd to order ami I'limp, tirriiinH ut fii trtiv prn fast in handling the key he has a most Downs sent him thither, and it was there Once while th it he took his first job with the L. & exquisite ear for sound. OR,. trucking baggage on his depot platform X. and there that his signal ability to he caught enough of a message over the manage a terminal point was strikiimlv ulfcr my llotci l'ropvM tltuaml Vl Kuii , wire to prevent a serious collision be- ,l:.,..l.......l tii?piti vu. 'I'l. ...... I... remained it year, i ucic in' I minlii i mint). Kr nt tsiti tf Mtl.l at on tontmninc io chkI rttrmt; all mttnu) .'iui ,i tween the passenger and pay trains. until the boom citv ,,, i A IMK, At ,ih ilrdt4 ptflce In nfKD iinr hi. Since then he hns heen the pet of the sprang into being, an h. brrn itr4 bik m tkt eouHlv: ar U;li W. rlmnilf. AH.In-- . MiCKI', K road bosses, and has been urged several inllueiii'eof Mr. A. A. Arthur, president ' Klnvilr, '' acof tho Knglish syndicate, who had taken times to accept a promotion, but on count of his lameness, which necessi- a peculiar fancy to Joe and his way of, THK ROMANTIC STOKV tates his going on a crutch, he has stead- running things, he was transferred to Tor the Interior Journal. fastly refused. Personally Mr. Cass is a that place, now the largest shippim; cess. or a The National KastTeleraphini,' TourThe telegraphic fraternity is no proud- pleasant gentleman, ti ue to his friends point on the Knoxviile Branch south of Lot on Main Street in Stanford nament held in New York city last week er of Thomas A. IMison, the inventor, and a joker who is never angered at his j Louisville. Joe is a flue operator and rr- l ii'V.ji'uni tvas an epoch in the history of than the ICnoxville Branch operator brother operators' jokes, tho' they be expert in agency. He is rapid like S RISE IN LIFE. demonstrating to what a lofty are of Jim Maret, the genius of the Mt. thing at him. accurate as Carpenter, a twin hus51 Acros of Lnnd, degree of ellieieney the ai t has attained. Vernon ollice. Like Kdison, he lays Since the opening of the ('. V. system, tler to Kfiier, as genial as Joe Barry and On 1'iji, t)t. tur,l j.itr great strike, some l." years ago, claim to several inventions, which prove Corbiu, next to Since the has been the flourishes a pen as artistically 'as O' BryAlso Sonio Nice Ohairs-- 2 Rockers there has heen a steady growth in the the fcitility of his comprehensive brain. most important point on the Knoxviile an. Joe is the dressiest fellow on the By MRS. F. M. HOWARD. busineNS and no class of skilled laborers Among them are the anemoscope- anil Branch ami here A. S. Bider presides line and when he parts those vermillioti If the land nil ..M it Mill l.r f,r r. i.l. fui!ir informaliv.i jfplv tn V K W I ( or than the manipula- railroad watch. He is a busier man over the destiny of the wires. When he locks of his and twists ami waxes his stands higher ton. Si.i,i,.nl VI ION tors of the wires, who an found in all than Jay Gould, though he has no vast went to Corbin three yvai-- ago from mustache he is something to be looked, railroad olllces, commeicial exchanges monetary interest like that millionaire Parksville he was senivelv more than a at. When he first went to Pineville, and places where business must be done to look after. When not engaged in '"plug," but as the event of the eiil wearing a putl'ed.lKJSOin Miirt, gorgfuiis ! et ol professional duties he is making scien- - war are said to have educated Abe Lin- nccktU, swallow-tai- l and disimtclr. witli coat anil toothI !. Kamartl ill fit the men who daily come in contact twin tjm. ,.Xpeiii,ients or "monkeying," as he coln, so the rush and complication of pick shoos, it is said that half of the in ' .Hit t, i ii h the public, fewer are, as a body, lessjpayf. He is a One operator and makes a business at this junction point has made liabitiiiitseNine out tolook nt him, wonSB Found Cutting Timber or Dam than thev. Kntrenched behind daisv "conv." Whenever then is a Bider one of the swiftest and most ex- dering what it was that had slighted aging any Improvements or pinioned to the tele- wreck on the branch, Jim Maiet is usu- pert of telegraphers. Tnlike his prede- among them. But Joe, after sluing up the ticket case tli lollnv mg proper!) table, hearing and seeing all that ally sent out with his pocket battery to cessor, Henry Logsden, he doesn't par- the situation, soon laid aside his tindery graph ? ti ll'Uni.ii MihUnl knuan a. pleases or horrifies the woild, the opera- let the line know about it. Besides his ticularly relish shoulder'ms a UK) lb. and the way he handled things convinc I HI i lim Muiilitwa .. Orotic lUuKii't, H.in. it r II I "T W i It u . oui,l'S Veua(' ii : tor is himself a riddle a hidden jewel inventive genius Jim has a decided coal oil barrel and lugging it around for ed the Pineville people that he was creW m l.un(' ty'v W and the nobleness of his nature is imper- - penchant for literary pursuits and is as amusement, but he can do more hustling ated fur ut.e as well as ornament. Joe is l Co' l. v. llntihlt'. la. trfjf i Ss Ha riMMtMriK l..tUrtt' iHbctira i. on were the ideas that fuctly seen. These editor of the Mt. Vernon Signal, with less fatigue than any man on the the lateM Benedict among the Imvh, hav- -' I reck, jo j ii, John I titabujl',, ; ., n llwchftnanV r. n. rr.. . I1am'. k . n in a lecent trip over the Knoxviile few1 He ing uinriied a lady o tireenbiirg j,ajMr uiiie.li owes its origin mainly to line. He is everv when' at once. rr Inhn Artlcrwi I't.ats. iu 14 forced themselves upon me and :nlt I ie also belongs to the Intmiioii was never known to have a coat on. un months ag. A. id with him ends the ,, .. u . ,. Branch Yrrtv.i Wh Hrn.' i,7 lUMttMa Mill Iran. loWn- - Iji. II,, in this paper have ventured to kodak a Jonix.ti. stall' of correspondents and less it was when he called hint on his chapter. It. Lkk Pwrs. ' Kt4A Urm, t Prittr't fmrit CoIIm' larra. in i(ad rr., II few of the veterans and experts who keeps up a special connection with sev best girl. For everybody he has a word' Crab Orchard Vpril H. ... rj- Mllt-r-V vasrvs - llHry Mint , hold good positions and rank high with eral city tiailies. lie has a most exquis and his jolly, round face contains more Stephen nurclt'a, r., I)ar II. I.lm,. t rati, StraalV I). m, Cutlaur WAYNESBURG. diH the traveling public. ite nose for news. Mr. Maret stands fun and good naturcd comedy than unv OriliJiJ, llasrl. Ivtlaaj nd storthou.r i i11 I Ol IKVIIhlMlI. l"l age before beauty F. J. high with the I.. A: X. and has only to that ever ornamented a ticket window.' r the iomo or ).utn an iomb To consider Mrs. ('. ('. Gooch, an experienced stain 01 Mi A(ci for IX ' IH It TIM " D. Brownlie and J. It. Bar ask for a promotion and it's bis. Anthonv, Away, His trip west, which lie took in quest of milliner and dressmaker, has oMned up ry are entitled to precedence. They are l0Wever. from the rockv ledies of Hock a "soft snap" is something real laugha- - a nice stock of goods. Wayneshurg has' R. B. the oldest operators on the Knoxviile ca.,tlpt he woulll be a, The above is the title of a ollt of ,,;, hie, but I'm not going to tell it here. hvun long in neeil of this enterprise. Branch, having been at the key niore( t.ionuMltas an Esquimaux among the He is immensely popular and is rising persons hero are talking of Several new Illustrated Serial which sfCCK-SSOlt than lo years, all of them. The former CQlton fields of Mississippi. Personally every day in the esteem of the officials attending the Southern Baptist emri-anwe have just purchased and Lebanon, the best paying agency Mr Marc.t ia tm, mogt Kenial ol- u.n ail, holds the fraternity. tion at Fort Worth. Texas, in May. The! M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, on the bianch. He is a skillful tc'-- , hissav is an oniric on iiiuuy points both Another transplant from the main trip will cost atrout :t at the very low; which will shortly lx bcjtin ie-- , fitMTH AVKNUR. emptier, though his position does not m amj out o rajrosMi circles. line to the Knoxviile Branch is W. II. rates made by all railroads. in these coin tuns. This is, quire his services as a message-takeKrai,k ciillord, agent at Williamsburg, Haywurd, of London, who was formerly I) W. CaMw-l- l ami others chaned a LOUISVILLB KENTUCKY now. No man is more ligidly bvstcinat-- , has doubt, Cv most reputation of being the fastest operator at Old Puposit. Tho' not as mad dog two hour.- - and shot him 17, without The Nobbiest & Most Stylish ie than he. Prior to going to Lebanon I1:1Iiim,i.ator OIl ull. iitu.. The wav he dressy as Puckett. whom he succeeded ' times before they killed him. Several (hanninic story we h.ive reail e and" the and who was the Borneo of the London dogs wt rv bitten in the chase, which he held the agency at Stanford, nrt.a n n mebsape is a caution, - M.fi. l in many a day. It is inhe won a wife and a host ot friends, jceiver has got to blow and hump and belles, ho is fn'ly as expert in matripu- - have been since killed or locked up. men twin hstle if ,,e .Mr. Anthony is a S. P. (iooch and M. J. Morgan have h ,,,,, gpml js gomu. Kiting the key. He writes like a soldier tensely interesting. It is a rubicund hair ami when not busy has a thhl ovor 40 wrmlg wr mimik. It'h and docs ollice work rather by rule than gone to Jamestown to take positions powerful piece ol literary fashion of strutting up and down his hu,(.L.(1 amusin, to seo him strike tho with the view of pleasing the public. On with the Oxlcv Stave Co. Jacob Shoop, v ' with hands in his hip pockets. work. A life-pi- c lure, sunny K.rr ollice nt. pounds awav like he had a the w ire he is the soul of courtesy. His an Ohio man, aflel trying Kentucky for u fa iriHihlt'. thr , ii) ol l.o.n i.it, n .,,, not onv worka h5s ,,np.re ,Ut position is a guaranty of his standing! two years, returned to his native Mate, in the main, like the glib instrument to which he has yet so full liniiuding th world rtruv-nclistene.1 so long he is seldom talkative, Jlia ,WU,f B,loul(ler8 evc9j teeth iLsa nml with the company. leaving his farm unsold. Ohioans don't of things that touch the liner KNUX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS hut when he does open his jaw, it is to if tJl.v cou,a be toeI1 , Ulillk ,)i8 0i.s That the boss ticket seller is W. P. ' stick very well in Kentucky brush you. To an ama-- . Wf)ul(j be foun, keeljus Sunday-schooAnilil.omT own iirpi.ftiliori itnThe "Waynesburg the point, I warrant feelings of the heart that ant Cap Ao:i;iiii inn. et ( of Knxhth Matt ,iace with tm. Co.att, of Junction Citv, no one denies. tiu l.j:u' teur operator Mr. .iniuoujb niruiiiuwii- - Uots and dashes. Frank is a Virginian In all his transactions with the public at der the able uumagement of K B. Cald- rethe average reader will more Celrhratrd I'uihrrlUa mwjyi on hind Hint is as good as the King's letter pat- and learned his profession in the Old this harrassing ioint, he has dever fallen well, the elhcrctit superintendent dation port!l )in RVvrt&. attendance of V) ibrrrng ent. than once find his or her SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, He is a the winter. The church has just gotten lominion. Before going to Williams- under the least displeasure. ew Joe U. Barry holds the fort at crack operator and is seldom seen out- - a new; organ and rn.w that the weather i (ikve and other rnr, a .penalty Ordera o eyelids wet with tears. Hven. where the finest Nelson county burg he was agent at Livingston and .sidehisnlT,..e. He is it eood conversa- - h'ooil " " l'xJH' "'" "w ve.aKe w ildrKltHv.elii.ilrd, pcrfcit taiiilanior g rai lot) for the next quarter. made, though if vou were to stayed there under the blulV of Boekcas-asbe at least whisky is tred Oun't t.il to order NtXIIIV HA I ilr ver so long that he used to say that tionalist and of his sojounr in the wild Joe about it he'd chuckle in your: Hfe wouldn't be worth the living any-H- e and wooly West can tell some entertain Bucklen's Arnica Salve face and tell ct to tiv it for I he Bivcry, $ccd and Sale S;abh uiu in tlir vnirhl lir tm. I.ruic, He is tall and handsome ing anecdotes. Xoue understand mint orr,, and' as long!" operator is an u'rtr.. alt rlituD). liri wrc4, tatier, cku Ik pcu haiul, cailuuiiis, torn, 4.1U all .an. rup ,e and the mcrrieat of mortal. I'll wager agency work better than as plain Moiw comes over the wire pi fd. lnrl loiuler than anybody John A. t luens has the honor of being ''?n iml i""""1) to vriI'llet, or no pay rclMr i pvrle.t auiuciMK, uintter tIint lll? uirntnd gets there in elegant shape-- no x "5s4l i . system IV I'r mox) reiumuJ the first operator on the C Vnr m ani tier nor. is of it. or how fast it on the L. A X. nystem unless it be the how much tin ie l''or xtl hv A K IVnin, SKHtord, K. By many and over several older apjdicantH was "Pap" Ansley. comes, lie is president of the Kentucky ' Tho Now Dlscovory accounted the best man on the given the aguncy at Uiirbourville. At Division of t lie Bailway Station Agents',1"' Vou have heard )unr frienj. .mil iMMhlHir Woodbine, then tho biggest shipping "south end." w of tk Association and is a faiorite with all the mt) yoaneif r talktnKi'out il (ruin cxpeneacciitat who "e of Frank' Clilibrd's staunchesl point on tho Knoxviile Branch, he mjiijgwtd aUno it it ucrMinal have evr Jriaal II bovs. The dnimmer who tloes not how If yi thine learned telegraphy under his brother )Ota;rttoM ot it ktauiuh fnca4, Ixiauac the W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. know genial Joe Barry lacks a feather in fiiends is W. M. O'Bryan, who,4 when .loo. While doing special woik at No. Hondrrful thinu aiM.ut il i. whrii once gitena' at Crab Me has Prank used to o i..ul Mr kit''. .Awr Diuuv.iv.Mr Alljtv llul.l cap of ac.piaintanccship C S his lt)M't, h. If you l.uxe netcr icd t ti rr. ..I a'iJ d .' lirnr.iKw44 r eight of ''ard. often lout him a helpiiur hand, 0 tllllUe! lit was almost killed bv a large a place in thehou an operator for I'd yeai-sen reviwnaoir lerni. T' nrt.inn i thr mut r yen V--ct at his present O'Bryan is joint agent lor the L. A. N. boulder falling and striking Ids head, lent pini .in the i.nr .d to leach pUci in t e -- i which have been trft-T'S- -l r ,' uaraleed e. m "inuin i iimft r friglltflir omeaHdji.enaMr tnl It I in the which he still carries a ite v Cti"fr money re fun tied. rial lwie lice rv tt" --- eW location. He is prhaps the mnt tchol-- . and K. C. at Bowland. For it) year he Upon ' . V" and what jg has been an operator, holding his iirst gash as a retninilcr. Owens, or Mhule, m a. k. i'nny. TrEa? ..4 arly operator on the line, n. a ho is fauiiliitrly called by the boysi Tho Plrrit Sip. fl!Tfv'( rare for one of the telegraphic guild, ' job at Belmont, on the main line, when i.S ll 0iunitur, t'ethap. on at run dona, can't eat, tati"lleei boasts a trip to Ivirope, where he went ' he was scarcely tall enough to get hi along the line, think,' cjn't do 4Uylbiug 10 roftrtuai.laction, never gets in n hurry. In t....t can't wonder what aim one ayou .m.aoui.J beJ "WIHT lKK.Mn I. TMI.Ni, Tu Mr Ik.KS II II to put a itollnhing touch on his educa- - chin above the telegraph table. As an In. ia i.;wilat I..1111I1..I ninii ilint iivur the VAiminM you are laltiac the hrttap into neril... a Ot T CUMMON - operator ho is among the adopts and ho HANS HOt I'l. vou ptt.irati"n Vau need a nerw toemt end t .tion or as lit expresses it, "To learn bonslings a quill that is justly the admini- - sat down to an instrument nntl he won- - Mcctcu iimer touwiii hud the e.act rcmd)-roThoSliortont una QulcJvont Homo fror i on and see the world." get I lllS UontrulKonti.ticytOHllpotntuNt.rtt Story begins, where Uvoryboily in tlie mountains knows tion of all who have seen it. By the tiers how an onitor rnu poMil4y Nr,c '" "" AU,,rtl' otllIl-W)In ; he favors the Fit-- ' niinii wiini huh he is "rattled.". He is now agent and familiar sobriquet of "Meigs" mMoted rn"d dirfc.twfl OaoriroBrownlie. ur appetite retur , , ',' most stories end, with the 1. no between LexliiKton uriU Ctnritj resume healthy aclwei pMltrim Of (.it'll. Hancock tttlll Wplllll, and the h.er and Wtdney where Iui is known to nil the raihoad attaches and ' operator Mt Kust K natl. ,,1"" ''"' ,ri ' 5' ' " hM aoi- brave issisted by his wite, a lady of culture if they hud any y he would ln general m conrtdent, have made St IIKIU'Lh IN KKrKtT NOV 7. No operator ever manager before liecould utlcr his accep. dier us he, if he had followed th iirotuar md Imsiiien t.wt. Do not Sufr najr L.ongr. for he ii not afraid of the tiorr of Mriiw, t0ll,h can b cbeUed ia a da Knnwlt iia a rougher experience than Ire. When taucv. His favorite hobby is the work brnktn in u vni.B.pti-t- i of ;i i'.e mottnuilir conntie,-t- o but it is none thr Irss interthe Teniie. of thu station Agents' Acocratioir, of devil Htld Would tight M ivuillieilt ,. and the e rt itate-o- f jr. San. Or Atttrra week, .. her.v KJarnu-- rclunil the moneyr.ngliOi MacedoiimilH Were they to riimu Up will lo all Coiuh Mmd,umt e et in. caitiH to LiviiiuHton, the then which lm is an honored meinlwr. He U I. ve r.. ito not it a. iKr esting on that account. Its Lve Cincinnati . .:. .....I w bm - . ' ....!.- -. ..t n nil .uiu wholniv lat corr,a. .'irr tiw. l A. H. nod Covington. nc I tte Wl a 4,i fnn and il 0,11111a. it..:is twuiijiHi.. ollr a,e,Be, , termm d pint oir the Knoxviile branch, something of a politician. I.ve Palraouti. p t V 44 i Mt 9 17 fidelity to life, and its rapid:o get t!i ir gijitdsand eominiuricate with there is uu eiettiou going on any v. lie in his nnecdotes, which he is ever fond of y. lruji.t. II 10 I Alt I'atu It n a a. 5 10 , J.ivinKiuii to our Vary IIOeH Poulo the o'tN..e world, Oeorge Brownho was any of the planets of the solar system, telling, re all of the quaintest drollery. ly moving incident, and the An I'ana. I.ve .7 a M IS p Al the Ural inetlii" volt iiiH(fiii hiin ' Cnnnrat our atatcmeut whiro : y IImi Or ck. a of Wiocheuer. agent t her.. He e.in tell iiinuiuernble he knows the candidates and will aa t jo j, er' llairlUh Keuicdjr ia in every war aupcrhar t touching simplicity of the Air Kichinoml p ;i T Air illlt Hftera Week S anv aid all irtlwr preHtralMina tr the tiiruai aau P of those pioneer days, of rutin diet what the result will be. Many a anything lUt Arr I.ancaaler. 4 J t m B(C. In whooping touKn.tna croup, il laafic narrative, all make it a story Arr tj Unfold. ,., boot ami rough looks, time has he cat up half the night to get acquaintance you wouldii t lose iiiseocio- anid reliee at once Wr offer you a eaatite hutwith vtj m (ree Keaicnher tlii nine dy i tin on a ' I.ve Si huiund typical mountaineers who 'never seed the election returns when duty did not ty for the world. As yet Mr. Owens is ll. guarantee, M R I'enny'a. Arr llereai Hue to be read ayain and J " I' 11. ... whole heart and fancy free, but recent Arr l.ivtngton narhiuida train till they came thar." doinati:'. it. Wherever you see him in TlioIPiratSyrnptoniBlof Dunth. When you meet with him you meet his ollice, on the street or at home, he IS rumor uives itas authentic that he will . d No. c. Va. .. 'I i red IVcliug, dull heniat In pain, in varum, o. with a cordiality not exporienced every the same jovial creature, wearing he- - ere fades the last rose of fiiiininer take pint of the hody, aiiikin at the pit of the ittoiH acli lna of nppetiti', itvcrikline.., piatplo or mmm unto himself a bonny bride. I.ve I.ivmicoa.. day. With trainmen, operators and of- - neath his glasses, which he " a m ..... b nod. No' .ill poaitivc evidence of pniMMied I.ve Herea, is at a , Tho' rrdw at Pineville irr the. capacity jre inlii-i- l milter how it became pmonod it mual b has lately put on, a smile that makes you ticFals he is very popular. Arr Kihmenl.. i 41 a in to in old death. Ilr Ai kcr's Kncli.h ltlood Klmr I.ve Slanfsrd .. .. 7 oa a" in The career of J. C. Florence, now feel that you're akin to him. Mr.O'Bry- - of Dispatcher and Master of Trains on i.e never i.imcu 10 iciiiove M.roiHrOH or ayimiiuir I.ve I.Anca.ier M( Hi). Kouland, is but an-- , an is one of the few who stands in with theC. V., Matt Woodson's individuality noiion. ' Sold umier poinvc jturaalfe at A K, chief tlispatcher at Arr KrehirHVBd, 10 O) a mi. lingers, irhost like, about the ollice at' "in I.ve Kichmonil.. 10 p ml b illustration of the old maxim, all the railroad and his advancea in other Arr Viiiclielrr Dr Ackor't English PJUs Rowland, wheie he so lonj held down, ie pi 7 S a ml "where there's a will there's a way." nient is only a question of time. Arr I'ana ,, Tor airk headAre active, tilluctivc and pure 4s 7 4l a in Mutt never did any Uu of it(ipeuu, ..) I.ve I.eviHRton .. a 05 p in 7 00 a Antedating 0'IJryan Into telegraphic the second "trick. About lo years ago became to Rowland in, 3 45 ,, m ., b,i,ou.H,. they luvo ve an SO p m work to speak of. but as an op-- m. 4 Sl ! m circles by two years is .I. A. Uaipenier, or wile by and began railroading as I.ve Falmouth.... in Aairriiitor anr.Md. riinld either Oruaritivt p in 9 '3 . m 3 76 p rn ia Arr Covington 5 4" P m 10 3; a inj 6 10 p m f the Stanford orator he has made quite a "lep." Speed A It. I'enny, Then he became pumper and while in the present incumbent Arr Cnicinnuii J io p in. IB 45 a in 6 38 p ro this humble position purchased an in-- , agency. His first... work was done at is, in his opinion, tho most essential Thftt .. . .. ii- -. Ho sIlOWS 110 In tho inorniint. I.nrrie.l or d.Hicult broiilhitiz 1. . ...1 i .t tidily ill teleorilllhillL'. ifiwO. s On the.May.villc llraiich. .Vo o. leave. siruuieni, iiuienitruiiig 10 iviint iciegnt- - rami i.ick, some r years ago. I'roin 8 00, an. and No. uiwnod . "." f' , a, s 4J, ,, P"'"1' ar,ivl" at phy. With nu enrnentuest of purpose there he went to Mitchellshurg, thence (inarter whatever to the "pliij:" operator pulae.cliilliiieann tho evening or at ntjlit May.v.l e at , a m. and 8 p'm. 'no.2 ,0 ( (Cthe leavea.May.villrat j,ij a in, arrivinc at I'arn af irillt ticker ever all or any of thcr thini;. are1.iii;iiIilir.t Jliiuo. that knew no such word as fail, he up- - to Uardstown Junction, thelitis to the Ulld 110 Jlr. Acker coniiiniiilioii. 7 40, a in. .No Uave .... .. -i folded his Icl'S ncrosi the telegraph table j,.v ,u tNr ,trv le.iriul vymntoin., Couh Ktmc iinii aold a. nrme.jt Pj.i. u .. .. ,. .Mav.ville u, traina are gdied himself, and in a few mouths' time position he now holds. He -. licve i':i It. I'chiiv poui.c ii.irante.- I.y uany except nniiay .3, ami lmni: his heavv head over his chair ollice at Rowland. is among the most proficient of the was admitted to the ' OriiL'it. .o 4j. leaves .i.exinstun loot mi: r,i... i.... ..v..-,,. Uowland was made a dispatcher's workers and tloes business with a unifor-otfic- to taken few snoies when W'tiodson was! 10 15 .mi; encrpt .Svindav A Lady tnToxaa Writesh 5 '" pn,!""" K,n""h Mr. Florence took second ''trick" mity ami exactness that would tickle on second trick, without , catching a My ;a.e iof tuiijf atatidlns; haa Iwlllcil niiii)7 . . . 7 loUi'ic'sunT;1 l..ij; liuve rrii..ne remedy It ill trill "HUH s urn MXfllOlUH." under Frank Harris and on the promo-- ! Movie himself almost to death. His of- - uouoje ciiareit ciinuiti i Miipiiurrceiet' ph) oni nrauneio tried eel) iceuuior coulil hrai "" nl... It ehevedmu. Write The awakiiu;. Ills rapltt . ' Co forj Train Note -- No. i rnu. daily l.etwr I.exint;. - inii(f that tfentleinau he succeeded to lice is nerhans the neatest on the litm tricitv on u.. ' place. Mr. Florence never held Accoinnrodatin and courteous: he is ....... Iimv l " v,,u - .. .. 1... on and Cincinnati. , run, j,,, hi iraiistuutiu, tho' just the chief Cincinnati and Lexington ' DON'T MISS A Nov. 3 nnd 6 make cmine. turns at what the public wants to see at ,.v,.ry '0t popular, has it. ttood ellect in many drunk ENNESS-fa- lE rr airency nor did any operating outride LIQDOR HAIi lor point, on the N. N M y Ky Tho' tart nnd severe on the IT-- In all the World there Is but ono of Uowland. Accuracy rather than depot in the union. To know Jake Car-- ! iii11"-''SINGLE CHAPTER OF IMI'OKTANI th. line no.v artlve euro, Dr. Halnos' Golden Spoolilc. a and deiurt from thr Central Union swiftness is the paramount feature of penter's merit you have onlv to ask unv wire, personally Mr. Woodson is n man btailnn .Cincinnati. makinK connectionI'a..encer THIS GREAT STORY. and asireeablea.ldress. WIipiiI for all he has been in, of the boys and they'll tell you that he of l.is'work. As Ions points North, hat and Vet Through ticket and baKage checked lie talks lie talks like no telegraphs pcedy and permanent mre, whether the pati-to any 4he disitatcher's nilhv no disaster has1 is the pick of tho fraternity. ' fofifiiret ik a moderate drinkur or .in alcoholic wreck. lirtlilnitcu iitta--' 'Tfirilflifl f A ijood wav to secure destination reached by a railroad. ,trivilk IVlUtlit; Tiiousamla of drunkard, have been cured vvhn If there is such a thinir as a Udckriaph-mul'' Vi been laid lit his door. With counaift- -' r.u.r '"" address any auent ol the ww c c. 1, ....:..r il. 11. iijiuti rv . tneir oae he miiiMuen the divuimi over ic incubator. J. ll. Cas.i at itrodhifiul lm he resembles Julius CVsur. Compara- - have taken the Golden Specific In lifllevccofTro them all is to without their knowledge, and they Traveling lavsVrAe,., Mr' Wi0o1I1?,11' of their Lexington, Ry. Cincinnati, O. which ho hits control and the immense it. in the half dozen vears ho has bocii t!v."!y .,yo.u,ns' has made hit hut .nt ,t.1V ipiit drinking from its own freewill. No gnur. revultt to, bids ailmini'riilin. '"nrr. stride that he W.I. MUNSON'.Trav. I'a.a. n there ho has hatched out as many , il.Mtllin o,,,. f ti,.. i,i,....?n(.ir.n.ln. fantecd. Send for circular and full partieulart. Ad. of corruspondtnee ...; liulk 11. n. U.N I I.M.I ON, (jeneral Manji7r fnir -..... . ... ... i, ,, .. .. .1. .;....!.. ,."..-ilr en in confidence Gui.dkn Co., iaj GENKIcAI. ni'i'irrc. uii; onini taoie tiany lecsives ma unu per- - i... operators aa om pec nas clucksVrunis heforu lie tilts, HaceStreet. Cincinnati, O. Chamber sonal attention. His clear headedness has become almost proverbial among the boys. As a systematizer he is unequal-ed- , who and the wunc lightning-slinge- r Ai'Rii. IS, 1890 Stanfoud, Ky., persists in neglecting his duties, butter were it for him that a millstone wero hanged about his neck. Of the promisOPERATORS AND AGENTS. ing young men, however, he is the. especial patron. If anybody knows tele Something About the Men Who Manipulate graphic timber when he sees it Florence the Wires along the Knoxvillc Branch. docs. He is a portly looking fellow and would attract attention in any crowd. Chief Dispatcher Florence, Inventor Maret, He seldom talks, but he has a smile that Lighting-sende- r Clifford nntl others. is indicative of his warmth of heart. His future is a promising one if substantial qualities have anything to do with sucPersonal and Annecdotal. Semi-Week- ly .i M 4 InteriorJournal o uamel-drive- ISABEL: J For Sale or I l 1 . .1 ' From Shop to Mansion. I j 7 i FOR SALE! 'I' -2 tele-graphin- g, Clill-for- d, DRESS-MAKER'- Bow-laud- , - i to-da- y - fiiiii-kuos- s F S50 REWARD ,1 i m I M : I VV V .0t-iat- ii vm-.' ..!' - V I 1 1 l. mm mmwv. M : . VV - )t r, I , Hi-l- - .- - 1. ' . GEOGEGHAN I 1, d i - j i r, ,,. . -- i spare-iuao- e I l In-',.t.- ,, H A T H9 ' l, - i k ' "" voui-self- . ! "w '. ti , ' '" - , i pussy-gutte- d ' " jsm 11 SSfm-:.v?41 i. I I J rs Or-be- , , ( .I' pa-s- od i.i..' i &'Z: 11 ' Of-i- i. -- - tirst-ntt- u ..i..... , &j ! Kentuekv Central B.R. 'lll.fl'. . 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