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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890042501 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. fc-- A. -- in t g fT-. rffr - r1 - M Semi-Weekl- y vol. xviii. CALIFORNIA. IltS.Ci Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. APRIL 'JO. 1S90. NO. 16 -- 15. WALAJSK Mis. Sophia liright has vent out must, April for evening, .'"ah, at S Dkaii IxTKitioi! -- Ah in the South cotv. m.. to Miss HocheMcr. king, m) water Is king iti Califorton is The ladies of the Methodist chimb nia. Tin- people claim tltat, whenever made 5V by their dinner served Monplfitty tf water can Ite had, any lunil day. Proceeds to go towards the electhat in imt too rnpky tim Ik made to tion of the new church. kintl; ami good crops of almost imv The infant son of .Mr. and Mrs. J. V. cluini ii nlKiut collect. it seems Hint their (jnwpiihcrry died attrday evening only pipwl or brought Tin- water is :i few days after it.s hiith. The inter- in Mjii-- ditvlii from tin- . canyons, whcte nent took pint e Mimlav evemuir in the ahuiiilnnt N H, imiliiiif Mtmw iiiniiaiiiB an .. ...... .. . . If il I. i.mnnr. runietury at o'cloek. supp.y .or me I.l Ue. .1. V. hyneh has returned fioiu iiiuu.-im.In many pim-rIv slowest, SbLLLLLLLLLV' the Soiit. after an alHtem-- of '2 months are formed by bnildiim dnms acitSf3 lakes IlI I ... L..kltk it It lit it ln ten nt fitt 11 ' narrow plaetw in the canyons and iuotlilooking much better. Ube (Jnldwell has er places j;reHt rworvoirs aie built. Ixint; returned fioni I'liiladelphia, where he tliHt.tncM don't stand in the way wheio has lieen taking u course, iu dentistry. can h recluimed. In it lij ait'H of land The marriage of V. I'. Uivens to lanje nrtitlcinl crwks 10 aome -- Mm. ltnint, a iiiMIIi iikihI liuly, lie ink, Mefl. Mis Amelia Irvine took place Wcilnes-davwire , t,R1 ,mllitt)til,ry Vi miles lonj; hare Wen ruttde for thie tr big on the Fall hick md near town, , evening at the First I'tesbyterinii pmker would be a fit subject for the CO piupohe. There aie artesin Ijelts in tliwl Thuraday night of fever. wwnior., ,.lMm.m.v, an.l had he been chnrcii ut 7 o'clock, mid was one of tin such bcveral portions of the SUite mid iu -F- toliinu nnnsiially ginxl In D!x lri)H, , y ,.wl,Iltv t.ivni,tion swell weddings of the season. A m pla.eH the water in supidiwl from Klvor tlitoMiwii and several Hua string exists, it would have bwu for the hum- was given them at the result-liti! town of Sn Mwr'dino is wells. The ' of the breed have been brought of for the jwn, for ho the bride's paients, nenr I'eiryville. tir afevbuii in ine of thee belts and water it very lately by our skillful anglers. ( u flff The owned by the fixtown'l poe inlelknt two degrees nt'unibuit. The rate of water rent Is conn- - invimii iilioi llev. Junius Itiee, of Madison heirs and occupied by J. 11. Otter, ed by roiniiiisMonurn appointtnl for tlwt eiiungetl as nitor at the After seven of the jury hail been se- comer .'Id ami Main streeta, was sold lotnditiea. ty, has been purpose mid varies In diileriMU Iu will lected In the Dean immlei ease they Monday at auction and bought by H. F. Ikiptist church for next yetu. In towns it i jeiierally $1.25 per month tleliver two sortnonti monthly instead of wen all dimnMsed ami another venire Phillips for $H,100. The house was built and upwunlti, accordin-- ; to the sie of the one as heretofore. years ago and the proprietor would iiiiiintoiieil. John Shoit. it friend of lot ..ml family and the number of head Ii I r. Almont, -- Mr. John Andoison has eumplpteil wl ,,HIK,,, tll0 10Utt. tllt. glu,riir act wisely by making onie verv much .l ilji k kopt, At . 5 ? a Belmont, his now home beyond the depot niiil ho. Wl,, procedtsl the olllcerl neetleil repaiis, for it is undoubtedly one nil( i I itcs are dwtlnel to le n proflUible .,. family aie now domiciled , I Onward, I r M,ort was held in of U'e best stands in town ami will aliow and his happy i n.p in the nonr future. T1m lr hag lllOetl HIS Sjluillin,,.! l.i ..,.u., ,.r ..... indictment the wiiys lent for a good price. 1 I . V Wilkes Boy, I U1..C. ,W..I,.1..V every imit f Southetn thereln. It. I.ee Davis well in nearly .J.r the Ottcnheini projierty n ,.xt graml jury may leUirn, Hoise show ami the beautiful weathVatican, California, ami bear prtty pxm! crop as imreiitsto T,H, j,lrv hl t,p Nuhl, Snittlt cne was er biouv'hl a big crowd to town Mondav. early ah the mcou1 or third year. They uepoi sireei. Abdalbrino, 1 ? rz -T- ho-tf yomiR llomww who becamo, jkll,Ni; j)t.in milli,(. , ll!ri.,.t N1ue The crowd, though, was not quite so are little or no trouble to M't out, as a so Ido1 wilkes excited in the presence of their lady wm. f,. m.,iuittn aI1(l tir,. for livU.. large as usual, owing, I presume, to the t branch from any portion of a fly true will loves I ". s. 4 i s Bud Crooke, Sunday night at the Iktptist church tim, , larmers being so far behind with woik. killcl his brother-in-lawjjrow riht oil if stuck into moist ground. as toupset the lamp on theorgun, should (j),,, -Yazoo, There was very little business done in (Javwood. In fart, I have suen limbs an Inch in ditake Snppho's nietlicine or some milder I NW no'less than .V) men leave court ami not much stock on tins marHylas, town ? ameter cut into short pieces, six or el'lit icmedy toiiuet their nerves. that wuie on exhibition bv the different nutls ami all had their ket. 5 Vandal Wilkes, inches in length, stuck into the ground It is reportetl tint Mr. Chris Hutchi- trusty Winchesteis. These people had weie a line lot and all showed up well. Pretender, and gniwinu' beautifully. The White son, who s. ued to live here and was ac" Adriatic is the best variety. The fruit counted the tbollest. wittiest ami most come out of the mountains to attend Moie ami better hoist's aie being shown -. Anil other gooJ tulion riprcentetl , 5 K ' of them said, "had every ear. ripens in June and again in the fall. The ' waggMi of fellows, is married at Fine- - com t, ami, as one Miss llertie Snail, who has been iu brought a gun along iu case he might M. B. hoiiM'wife can utilixo it in many wayfc: ville to a handsome and cultured lady. need it." the South during the past winter, has dessert, with crtmiii ami sugar; iu lis I am told that the coloietl This makes his third matrimonial veil- KICHMOND, KY population returned to Danville. Miss I.iz.ie Salter making sweet pickles, and Hirnin, as dried tuie. Here's hoping that the milk of of this county does not exceed "0 souls. will leave Monday for Lexington to be fruit, Ac. it'i fiientls for two weeks. Jas. U. CHURCH AFFAIRS. This vallev is doubtle.vs n aplvmlid their happiness will never turn to whey. Their color does not in the least debar A. S. tli- Mrs. Kate Cliadwick has a Canary them fiom such privileges as eating, Mans was hens Monday working in the place for sullerers from pulmonary e SURGEON DKNTIST. ltev.T. J.Godbey went to Shelby-illeease, as plenty of people here ami at bird which she says is II years old. aleepiug. kv with the whites. At church interest of his new paper, which he is Ofliie on Mam street, oer W 11. McKoberu' and liloomlield this week on I caw two colored women IM years is the average Sunday night publishing at Lancaster Mr. Wood Dm; Store, Stanfml. Manning can testify. Many, who came Considering that I yel-- ( in the choir, and must confess that Wallace and wife, of Louisville, after a de-- t in the first btages of tonsumption, length of a Canaij's existence this here The Presbytery for Oregon has Sale---Bric- k warbler is quite a patriarch, they sung louder and better than any of few days' visit to his mother, have have been entirely cured, while others, ided that all candidates for license must For seems to have no ell'ect upon bis the others. John G. I'ulliam iu Louis-- j turned home. Win. Gilmorr, of Somer-vocwho were in the lait stages, have had quit the use of tobacco. ' chords. He sings as melodiously ville Times. set. is heie visitiim his relatives. Miss ilieir lives oroloiiiied for vuars. A nuiii- A liaptist church will be dedicated Inwhiihlnou live. et Mun street, and thee w block as the Block, oppo-ither of iHsonlelUo here because they can w uen ue nrsi uegau ins iwiuernigs Hilly Todd was thrownfroin Webb was over Sunday fiom Lancaster at Gilpin, Casey county, next Sunday by business Square, Stanford Owsler OWSI.KY IIrimt.K. Court J ll Mrs. Cliadwick wouldn t for a cow .running' to see her parents, and icturned Mon- - lie vs. Hulling and Hiadley. elsewheie. A gentleman, late-"not exifct a wagon while the team calf art with the gentleman, ly deceased, livetl within a mile of this Kev. Mr. Jellries is assisting Pastor I. BRUCE, " p" '"" "n " ,;,. Tl.. VIMIIUIUIIll was shocked and The city council is talking of open-o- f 4lt" place for several vears with only a half of place. Tho Daniels in a meeting at, Paris, which the havinn his arm thrown out Stan-he- f pained Monday evening when it was re-- I one lung. I'm afraid there is no u- -! ng a new thoroughfare to connect STABLE, Kentaekian sav had resulted in 14 addi- - LIVm, SALE IM voters of this precinct met at the store and, indeed, I'm be- - ford ami Klin streets. Something of the Tuesday night and selected J. W. llright orted that Mis. K. W. Lee wai dead. ' ions to Tuesday for uitarrh here, STANFOItl), KY. Mrs. Lee had only been ill a few days rt has long been needed and we dare ginning to fear that there is no place in TheGeneial Association of South-er- n and II. F. Fugleman to serve as uiagis' it would not only add to the topo and was not considered dangerously sc. SPECIAL ATTENTION to COM ME RCIAL. this broad land where one can be cured t rates in our new district till August,' l'.aptists will convene at Fort Worth, ' and mules bought and idd. travelers graphical appearance of the town and to glad ' Monday evening a physician was sum- Texas, on May J. The raihoads will Onlvhrst-clas- s Horses vt that terribly annoying disease. when two can he elected. We aie lioncsauJ vehicles used in livery. tho convenience of the public, but moned and it was soon evident that she MiaUu, iMwiiles being the most piolille make very low rates. that we succeeded in getting them to crop of its kind under favorable circiim- - would quite likely result in the erection consent to serve us iu a day when so ma- was rapidly sinking ami in a short time Uev. 11. 15. Mahony seems to be servof some new buildings, bet's have anny claims anddouatiousareasked unjust she passed away. Tho cause of her death ing a liberal people. He took up u col8tan.es. is a wonderful griss in many I detirt1 to sell ill v (arm of about 130 acres situother respects. Its root penetrate fiom other broad street and tlo away with a ly at tho hands of the county. We be- - was a violent attack of cholera morbus. lection at his chuich in Columbia, Tenn. miles north of btunford on tho ated ,il,out allowing all just ami honest Mis. Lee leaves four children two bos 1 tst Minday and raised lor one object Rush Ilrancht'4 six feet into the eaitli. and when Mew of our back alleys, f..ur to p.ke, opposite the old church. Thcrf lieve iu -J- ohn It. Ilrooks was in ton n Sunday. girls and a devoted husband. are about 50 aire in whom and ryr; the balance claims, hut when it comes to building and two once it is well set, hardly ever tlios out. uione stSOi'.oO. (ooil dwelling of the f..rm well ct m tnnoth) and kitihcn and i.iMulthni::nOvuAr aso the Jesuits Ms Maud Uowmnn. a pretty little ...bin- turnpikes and railroad?, we believe the Funeral services were held at the family Ifev. Gieen Clay Smith, of Mt. Ster- of fourU rooms watered and fnnced. . splendid new well i'osesion can II. resilience Wednesday nt 10 o'clock, ami ling, has accepted a call fiom the New hum: tnimeJiatuI). Tor particulars, , from Spain sailed the South seas, ami as ucuc u. ixitusviiie, is visiuug he ;Ivcn ev J.I'. Imleil iIItm.attHoaK,t to pnv for the ... ...... .....- v the burial took place iu the Danville Providence church, this county, to till Hailcy, Stanford, or write the undersigned at oi snip-wljsl,t, unc.iSS tlt. c.ountv decides that A precaution against starvation (ihii, E. WITHERS. Cincinnati, " stock, ook he overland route ,, u QIl tho mariners, planted alfalfa on .,th llluluy , Bhipwri-ckw- l Uj )nltim wUl h(. a pav1K 0lu. alM, cemetery. Monday lor hat clever .ueville. u considerable iinupus with htv is , for tlu i,t.ni.,i, ()f the, ni0,Uh.Advocate. the little Imrruii Ulaiul- - of the ocwut and female drugman, J. U.Haley is oil !, wllo,,, TOIlltv. '0 notice that it is dilator It. J. Ureckinridge and the tins left k-- pairs of Tio (.Suiiuml AbSCiuIiIv of the Pies- - COMMISSIONER'S this week to the boom town of ken- - olaimea thl ;vt. ur MiU u part of Stan- of No. district. Tl.o ,vlorlaiiliun-- will meet at Saratoga on -t- hatthtv might eat this be the menus f nu-k- j miu ienues.M'eium wun ine mcw fori! p'rt.eiiut ami if thisi is h fact we aie .Msnntor had a hill mtnxlitced in the U'B-- thu loth of Mv. It is not likely that lej.lnnt and multiply and a Valuable Town Property & of hislsuiplus millions H0rvofjU Wu Lund. think a great deal of islnttiie to have a free gnuled school in vision of the Westminster Catechism , aving human life, and ewiMinuif that of invet'ting same Jellico, will visit CardiM-Pineville Su,;(oni ,,e0I)ll. an,i ,vnnt ,iiem t m, the district and the trustees objtH-- t to it wi ,JU ULVOII,plslwt umlor vne two-ha- iiarrard Circuit Court V H Kinn.tird, Adni'r, tun.-- , like hope in the human breast, it .Misses Pllf , s Margaret (.ill and others, DelU theiMi.hlieslK)rt)befoiehe leturns. petition and got a tUrtia rilie. Tub iiiajuruv inclines tow- l been eternally springing up. In tiit?r nIlrol. or et It done, hut if we au1 lly virtue f x judgment if the Garrurd Circu.t many citiens to smn it and imu ard it bU tilu u,ior,ty Alice lavneauu i.iancne neunie. l"" laruatill In tho light we will whistle Boon stiong enough o rt in the above styled suit, will alley of Tar.s, in Now Mexico, near the' v ... ii i i i i r ij i ii i,kiiiiri.iL ........-.i tirii in A. C . , , ,,,. nst villneeof that name. M a suiaii nom m their railroad, s. sent jt to the House of Itepicsentativen, ,u rL.Vu,,t . "V.in dl. 'u v..... .u.lltlivii li,,liw. May 2, 1S90, ..,....K .,i..Mt ' M.Spoontimon has a cow with two line asking them not to pass such a law. Mr. jev. '. Y. Mieppmd, of Hairods- - On alfall.i. which has yiel.le.1 tnree crops k '.-.- " . . ... wvctlivli it mnfPti o,....-Mi fi. uxli ..! Sinn ...x calves, Corn is oeing planted . rapidly j'rec Kiiirulue mane a public speech lt linri; held an interesting urice at the Continuing from d.. to dav until th sale ts com. ....... mo I'lewu.;.....j over iu ywiw. pleted, stll 10 the higlieiit bidder at public outcry Pate King returned from P.arbourvillu ,ien Mon ,1.,,m,:1,i in ,l(.,o, 40tll0,tjst Momlay night, and at 011 ,hl. Pr..iM ti.r IoIIoiuk denbed nr.ip.it j Mr. Maili,on i.:iIsK. man is back the pioprietor, who has cut the gnuw from A Hou.o and Fritluy. He reports his brother dohu's for of what he had done and to show where its conclusion took the namesof tho Kpis- ' Ainscf Land un Stunfurd St.. ti,in tilllB with horses from Mon- this held for (SO year, says tne crop of tho town ol Lancaster, Ky A Tract of nbout condition as slightly improvwi. inoiigii U( . in he wa, right iu the matter. There copalians here. It is his purpose to es- - if,'.. Acre of l.uud also on Stanford .truel in tit M,-Kol(lm,i must be stuck on the nniH'iit seiwon it stouter than evettown oi Lancaster, Ky. Also the l.AI'GE , to l.e a iiiisumlerstan.liug all . , , I''" iwtwnt is still sullertng intensely . before. . . here ami pieach to it r'AK.M led by John S. .ill at his death, iv in trade here, and also on some w" , , Use it up without the Stanford jVe, near Ky .(,roillIllH Wouu.ls. Mrs. Nun lliima( KenHu-k..., nr 1110r.. ,. month, using the couit- - eit of hitwfcii said ptLc and the Crab Orchard , lheweatnoriorwie..R.s. uirl. iiuti U i.u wu would be around, (ieiitlemen, mainly feelings. pretty changtnible, but we velmd noh.gh of Sohhtwi, arrived Tuesday to visit her , , ,0 ,,' ve ,,,. timi,Ike road and coutainii.j atwut QOO Acres .,-- , lllll0 llN. ,,. any Imd house for the services. Same will l,t' divided into tracts to mt purchasmt.ii.1- -. Thonnometerha. ranged from Col. .,. c. Thnt A HmnmoM,s8 pi.r down Kevs. Glover and Muiyill. of the ers. Stiindiford'ri residence iu LouisPi. - These sales made on credit of V. at night to & at imdda. John clotliiu-- mini." whose visit for alI t,u, "J he utn pet. Xo one and Wythe, of the 1,Terms' y mitiiths in will bepaj menu. a Tli purequal 4 and ville, which contains 2:5 rooms and coat .Methodist chinch, rvatltfitt no doubt tliink by tins timo lo tlt. 8tmwliii villuvo of Conway in f( r leviv-a- l chasers will be required to evet lite bonds th apthjs 1(K.uUv is takj, tht. 1. j. Presbyterian, a ns holding a union , proved securjty, payable to tho Muster Ig.vetoo much space to the weather. hmoroil.sly told I13- the facetious Con-- ' Uo ,(rtnu,fc. ,;tt0ls aloiu bul l)miusi. it $50,000, sold ut auction tin's week for bearing r, per icnt inteiot per annum at Pineville, which has resulted iu 20 are torn umi uuunv " wav coriespomlent of the Mt. ernon t. ,. ,.,.....,. ,f i.,i..rr.v tiii.l mills: tri nvnrv 527,000 and will be occupied by a Cathosale until paid, having the force and Iromduvot but when tney additions. The meeting slid continues, I'lfcct nfa judjcment, upon vvhnh execution may J. ' .... , hence lic benevolent society. nbout half the stock in trade of South' Sieiial. turns out to be our townsman. ,, W ' ' . iiuio.hi . , ., for quite a successful issue if not paid at maturity, and with a lien re i.nt S b'.lmistrm iiv ,mni tin tuincil on the propcrtv is uililition.il security irr The lth census of the population of and the prospects em California, they'll see the wherefore that he didn't sell the lirt fellow unv of no one stops taking it at this place revival are very flattering. The women the pavment of the purcluretnonev. saying ' R. A liUKNSlDK. of my weekly icports. It is an old cease to appear 111 its the L'nited States will be taken iu June. and the young converts have organized cause the letters clothes. Master Com'r Oarrurd Circuit Court Thcie tiro 25 questions to be answeied. here "that a person buys the climate and columns. and nightly visit and Democrats, Attention. The distinction in color is thus clascil: crusading bauds gets the land thrown in. York Central has just sent White, black, mulatto, quadroon, octo- - pray at some dwelling. -T- hoNew A meeting of tho democrats of Lincoln OK.NKIt.U. Nori:s. hundred young orange trees, is hereby called, in pursuance to tho in- - a check for 5100 to Mrs. Glover, the wi'e roon, Chinese, Japanese ami Indian. DIM.IONS SWITCH, KY. .sixteen 31. After a long struggle against the roots, which would not struction of the Democratic State Central of n ttagman, who jumped out of Detlai a Dealer In- u, candidate ''Cierkofihe o ran up tho track in her night clothes, ,ood tl)(, tow 5avon s , , '?Ill'Xpr,'ni..r Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps have brought over lit) cents before the Conunitteti, to bo held in the f '" ,',vt.,fi a pas pive ,,, niu, ba(l bren-.j in her killing frosts in Florida, sold in Pomona at Stanford Saturday, the 17th day of swinging a red lantern, stopping Iioots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, i..n..l.. ...,... Seedless rais- M,n. ,,t 1. m in mil..,.i iliil.ii.iii.u t, tim L,,,, ,,... iniin nn the eilee of a liuee mle n,..l.,.l tlw. ,..l,.il.. iJ.,,... Si.'-'-') per tree. last week at Tinware, Furniture and a D. O. to bo belt! at Louis- - of rook which had fallen on the track fouvli to leave their houses iu bwts and R. L. luUKuAIN, U. ins are being introduced at Ontario. State Convention General Lino Groceries, day of May. INK), for and preventing a bad wreck. The liber- - -- .is. anvinir only that iiart of their, .. . They are very prolllc, one vine averaging ville on the 2Sth . they could conveniently. It the purpose of nominating u candidate ality of the company will run the roa.l omU wliii-exchl'nse'fo, Kood. AU kmdsfl'ioduce uCenm 74 pounds during the last four years. ,-carry. care is not laweu. I'ovioflicc, Livingston, Ky ; 'jxidotJa. given for painless takes only 'P, 'pounds of ripe fruit to forUlerkoltlieuourt 01 Appeals. Tlie into tmuKrupicy Hie uouse committee on invnini xtwctm, The principal losers by tlio extensixe when dried. They are basis of repreaentution for each county make one pound STANFORD. KENTUCKY. 2(H) votes fire nt Harrodsburg are Mrs. Card well, pensions disposed of the "arrears bill tpecinlly suited to fruit cakes, n,s the te shall bo one delegate for each . bun- - opera house, drug store and '.furniture by refusing to report it. There are on dious job of seetlmg is renueieu uuneces-eary- undone for each fraction over one DR. W. B. rose dred cast for G rover Cleveland for presi - SJO.OOO, iusumnce about half; Chenoweth file petitions from various G. A. IL P. Ventura boasts of the largest Hall, 510.0UO, partially insured; MJatheny aggregating over UX),000 names, demandE. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor bush in the State. It is of tho I.amaroue dent iu 1SSS. T. P. Xkwi.axi), Chum. Poteet, dry goods, clothing, Ac, 5:15,- - ing tho passage of this measure, but the ;utvmu1 Im II vears old. The main Mam street, OfTice Call For Meeting of County Committee. V. J. Poteet, 5500. g. o. p. contemptiously replies that they vacated South side K. Huffman, in orlice recently . 000, half insured, Stanford, Ky. by.Dr, I. No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation, Btem measures three feet in circumfer-The members of the democratic countake the "pauper bill" or nothing. and its proprietor is determine J that the first branch Ll inches' ty conimitteo will please meet nt my of Hansford. .lamest Co., 510.000, insur- must con and shall be maintained witnesses have, Twelve hundred 510,000; Litsey.heirs 10,000, partly RjT.RV M0IIS"R , around. It covers about 1,20) square fice at 11 o'clock, May court day, ."Stli, ance JUA.LLS Clayton-Brecgured- Smith & Witherspoon 51,000, beeen summoned for tho feet and yields thousands of blooms. ne has recently su'ded lo its appoiutnx nts F. B. IJIL.EY, Proprietor, investigation, which began is a cur: for tho purpose of discussing the atlvit.ii inr.t:.,i insurance; Odd Fellows Hall, iuridge An artesian well near Anaheim bihty of taking steps to nominate a n - w,itL,f $itooo, colored 51,500; J. Gads- - yesterday at Little Pock. It is said that London, Kontucky. osity from the fact that it is constantly iiiuiiiii iur .ictuuiiiu iu mo vuiisiiiiiiioiiui (.OIiio si,ixio, 5i,uoo iiiHttnuicei u. x. .uc- - ntw eviiience concerning me uiayiou Also small lish. Tularo Lake, throwing out T. P. Nkwi.axd, Climii. aUtl Convention. r,k'r l'n9 ben ' 1 Oieni, M..r A Fi rst-CIa' !t n.w Hotend I have ,n6ved .0 Livery county, has increased buvoh in Tulare total 10SS ami Mrs. ll. J. . 1 he poi i" depiltV sherifl Of Conway prepared than ever to aocommodnte the public, accotnmoda'e the iLmauds of hi. increased KUeryaaciwj arut every con Miei.ee de- width this year. --Tho daily were imprisoned in a room, 5"l.500, insured for 51,000. Thirty men miles in county transient patronaKr. Hest Turnouts furnished red. Give me a call. burning mine in Wyoming and sullbca-te- total 'loss is stated at SloO.OOO and the in- -' sins. and a saloon keeper as the FKANK RtI.EY. of a pair of ostriches on tho Commercial Travelers and others. 77 j at a little over if 100,000. comity, are 40 farm, in San picgo IT, 'IK). pio-tluc- e - gem-rall- y n - m . I - ,. . ,..,. - a A Few Items From Harlan. pounds of beets for bi.nkfitst ami a gallon or two of grain foi dinner, with IHh There are P.' piont-in out small (mil Hamilton in a room at tlio jail, - of them being mnoii-vor- y of. bone thiown in. , lnrgc 2 Ht.iudidg l feet oi shiners. Tin-- lit around in tli tobacco inches high. Licorice plants have giowni spit ami otlit'r llltli like so many lings, well in Fresno county. The root iswoith Most of them tlo not even puaseM nbUn-2cents a pound. An immense deposit ' ket with which to cover themselves at of salt in solid form Im.- -, been fonntt In night. I'ntil n few days ago there was girl kept in the lower luyu comity on the lino of the proposed an AAngeles railroad. The rain-- 1 loom as a prisoner, I'lnh full at Snta Cruz during the jmet sea. ' The prtrtnt jail is an oll log stiueture Clll 1HIO IWeil 11. iiifhi, while lU I HUH land, wen it nut for Hivs'ini'n, ll" pris- .. f..r half an Valley, :W milt tint of ItVimmnnt. the om i cmild o kept within . .,, ' hour Mc Doiial l"rt., nf Louisville, uro (otflJ fur Ua ' building a new jail with lesidcncc, to T. It. Wai.tox. cost ?1.,00U. It will lx the finest house CRAB ORCHARD. in town ami I am told that there areal-i- . ... "in.litlates for jailer at the next n. DavIV select booh chfcp.l ,w,,,.v "' ". ' ' 8 '""'"', '" Friday with a big ttent and a lbtribn-'rll. lion oi priaes. . Chai lie linker was sentenced to two i year-oldv 0 i - DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. BENNETT. II. NEALE. iht-e- t Madison County lj I Combination Sale THE FAIR GROtNDS, - , !- -, f 1 e i - ' i. s p 1 ' , (r y ; aite-Hia- n .,,. in-tw- .d ; store-hous- e llo-ho- Richmon i I imtmiv, may i, ioau. - ftftfi , ,,,,, 1 hX.(j-,1,),,- i,. i i l I , ,1 M ' ,"21 i II fa s f I s,it, ! Hl i H ilr II The-horsc- d i til I i I i For Catalogues, apply to ARBICKLE, I mm Dr. b,a -- PRICE, busi-l.es- s. low-coate- d re-A- Residence al d "l ;u j ' 1 .... I. j j mi . , -' i j I j Farm For Sale. , 1 'v. ....u.... ... ' i 1 ., ,k,.-t0(- .k goaU-uialo- and i evor-livin- g ",it 1 ; 2I-t- own SALE j 1 Blue-Oras- j , a'l . . . a r ....... .....w, .. ,, ..... . .v, . .... .. ... .jo - . i "' s v I I ' Friday, ,. court-hous- e I j 111 - ,, ' t,. .,,,. - ...i-q,- , ,. l s ' - so, j hu-isen- s 1 Coinmis-stoner- , ! . t- 1 14-t- ltlH-year-ol- I Uriiikley J HI. ZHILTOIISr Queens-ware, d court-hous- e - aSVVC ---- of , 11 ; j ' PENNY, THE MYERS HOUSE Dentist. mm? . - k ?i'S -- ra-tio- Fall-broo- k d. 1 '. , Pool and UilliardJnrlors ss . I Stable assas-snrauc- e T "jS' h " f r ft "1" - " ' ....... n " '" liri iiitii ' 11,11,11 na' Mtii i,'ji i) ,.,. u irii-i-i i r- - , ninriliir"" . u . V- -,' '0 ", ii ii iii'uji D' ' i"i'yi p !'? !' 'Mwim nmfrri , --- mfm ' iiini P" . ip mini i. mi mi "I'Ht Plipiii'. i... 't PH'K 355? plffll T-- fT1 ' I l MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. at Tun Mt. Sterling nominates Col. II. M. McCarty, of the Mr. E. II. Stallcup, son of Mrs. s. S Xioholasvillo Journal, for the presidency Myers, was mnrried at Sylvia, Kas., of tln Kentucky Press Association, Col. rntL2."). 1890 K. Polk Johnson having declined re Tuesday, to Miss Cora Mardis. Ed has Stanford, Ky gotten himself in trouble young, being election. Col. McCarty is deserving of only lit, hut his friends have confidence that or any other honor the press of the that he will pull though all right. State might confer upon hitn.but we think The marriage of W. P. liivens to n, ivh.cn, so the. ton linn, thr. It that a moment's reflection would sug- Miss Amelia Irvine, was consummated at is intlio line of no gest that Trey Voodon the First Presbyterian church, Danville, that promotion. Hesides lie has done in the presence of a crowded rongrega more for the association than any other tion of friends. The ceremony was perW. T. Camimikm., tin' apparently meok t'ii men and he ought to bo elected formed by Hev. Joseph Caldwell and nnd mild mannered young inun, who president if he will nave it. the bridesmaids were Misses Nannie formerly edited a paper in Mnysvillf. Pattie McDowell, Maggie Lewis, LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. lint who is now assistant enioHinj: elrrk Emily Thomas, Sophie Bright and Belle of thu House, turns out to be a very imi The Altamont it Manchester railroad HoHards. The gentlemen attendant, ,...-,.....,.-- . , ...one. Mr. T. II. Davis, editor of the charter passed the House. ilir. to Messrs. James li. (tivens, 1). F. Logan, a, a May8ville Republican, said something The Houe passed the bill prohibit- S. H. Cheek, K. W. Eastland, Dr. J. II. to look you. , I see of tailor named Campbell skipping ing the forming of trusts in the State. abouta l.etcl.erand Dr. A. W. Johnstone. Afeon Will. in nil i out leavini; his debts unpaid, and adSenator John K. Hendnck, of Liv- ter the ceremony about "JO) of the :.00 inno it. ,, ding that he is not the first one of the ingston county, is a candidate for attorrtroiv vited accompanied Mr. and Mrs. tiivens name that has proved to be a dead heat. ney general. The people of to their home in this county, where they Taking this as a Hint; at himself, Mr. Gov. llurkner sent to the Senate the enjoyed a delightful evening and parCampbell shakes his gory locks and .viys appointment of Dr. H. V. Stone, to be to Come see took of a splendid supper prepared and he must have "bind." that Mr. Davis diinrmtiniiirit of the Western Lunatic to The bride is de- we served by Gilcher. must ngiitaiiuei or ne Miieu un s.m, Asylum until April 1. 1S9:5. scribed as verv lovely in person and'eap- "l.j)ail K o'Sullitian's bill to put con Ladies9, week Sir. We fear there is not much chance Shoes. tivating in manners, while we all know-tha- t for a fight. Mr. Davis has probably fieil ductors on street cars in Louisville, was week the groom is one of the best and tithe mountains of Hepsidatn, scared killed in the Senate. Keep your eye cleverest of follows. May their married be sold, out of his wit, though ho might have skinned for the Critic next Sunday. life be one of unalloyed, uninterrupted 3 oO. Shoes which, known that men who are very anxious The House passed a bill levying a happiness. Those who attended from A week Shoes wllk i, to fight eldom advertise it, but get in yearly tax of $1 on each dog in each were Misses Mattie Paxton, Nannie here were (veek SLnn .7 i;,, ii i their work and then talk. .. s Suite for the suport of anil Kittie IUughmaii, and Messrs. A. A. county of the ilu let it will, be i were 22. schools, the act not to take MiKinney, P. M. McHoberts, .1. II s . week o. t. in Marion the common Thky are having ah. . .. 7 t 77.. a majority of the voters of Hatighiiian, J. 15. Paxton and J. 15. Denoe ween less county. H. W. Hives, a Lebanon law- etiect until county have indorsed it. ny. yer, who has led the fight against Cir- each S'C, A bill passed the Senate amending I be ween cuit Judge Russell's means and methods Eye on Somerset." so that there "Keep Your Mechanics Lien Iav, of conducting that office, is a candidate the boltl.p. ..y . ,. of . material "Keep your eye jii-iwiii;-- ) i Somerset, A pril'-i.iI ff court just shall not be a lien for labor or forjudge of the new criminal week, contractor, unless writ- on Somerset." Hardly aletteror packcreated for that county. It was now furnished to sub ten notice shall be given to the owner age has left Somerset in the hist six Knssell's time to get even, so he came ceasing the labor. months that did jiot bear those words out in a card accusing Hives of falsifying within .50 days after dWhat it stamped upon it in red ink. a court record. Newspaper cards and "news condensemeant I was at a los to know at first, nre incrimination and recrimination W. T. I shell, a Warren county farm- but it onlv took a visit here to lind the dulged in and an outsider would say that most revelation. It was an indeed novel way all hands ought to be in the penitentiary. er, died of hydrophobia, after the to draw attention to I ulaski s capital excruciating suffering. The democrats should to repudiate both -- K. C. Smiley, of Madhon, Ind.,com-- , and that it has done so goes without parties and nominate onlv clean and "tted suicide at a Louisville hotel be- - ing. Strange to say, I have for many the cry of fire rent the air ami the popu men. .li() TO. . . ' cause he was dead broke, years null u V. S. men werj would outrival any of her sifter towns lace rushed to the scene of whore Tin: Rich Man's Club, yclept the At New Castla, Pa., three volume of smoke issued Senate, is discussing an amendment to instantly killed and six others badly in- - audit looks now as it she will. I he nieme roof of the Farmers Hotel had sniiit of "get up and getism" seems to the constitution, pioviding for the elec- jured by an explosion oi a boiler. n defective tlin and would very tion of Senatois by a direct vote of the Nathan Stapp and his horse were have struck the good town and at pies- from ".llODKI. C2KOCI?ItY" probablv have reduced the building to blooming ami people. Mr. Mitchell, who advocated drowned while attempting to ford the ent everything looks ' ashes but for hard and timely work. In speech, ' rjvt.r eiir Calvary, Marion county. gay." the measure in a system of elecstabbed his exactly a boom that Somer his efforts to extinguish It is not A New York printer declared the present Itam Bright, formerly ting senators to beunrepublican and vic- sweetheart in the neck and killed her be- set is enjoying, but she is mutely making ml i.u.i-nrapid strides for the better. The town iront h iHiiuer lotne grouun, a iisiatici ious in all respects. This is doubtless cause she wouldu't drink with him. of some 10 or 12 feet, breaking both logs e true, but it is pouring water into a Col. Smith, while attempting to ar-- i is in the hands of young men and as is is pitiaReel V-to present arguments before a body rest Frank Phillips on the Dig Sandy, usually the case under such eircunistan- - just above the ankles. He in a cms. it is keening a rapid pace with ble and helpless condition, but his many liitn when he resisted. which for the most'part has bought its ctirf ami senator had as well presented a bill the times. Among the enterprises tha. friends are detracting as much as possi- Also a full stock of Landrcth's. I). M. Kerry & title to seats, and the Gov. McCreary has ble from the (earful sullering hy attend- j Cn..ind Crossmaii's desist. The (intendment will never be to pay Mrs. Christiana Serughain, of are already a reality, the electric light ing to his every want. (iardfii Seeds in papers. D. S. Carpenter, who recently moved1 submitted in this day and generation. for services as nurse during plant and ice factory rank first two Boyle, ' things that Stanford badly needs. There here from Huslonviile. and is now- doing the war. The New York World reporter, who The committee recommends the ap- - js nothing that so shows up a place as ii breaking and training business is hav-g fine success. He also has his wrote the alleged interview with Mr. nronriationof for the postof- -' i;htR nd nothing that drives Welchniont, and n couple of jacks horse, with Cleveland, admits tnat tnai gentleman fice department, or over live millions awav tlje intolerable heat of summer a which he is coining money. John B. ' did not use the words "Senile old Har, more tjmn jast yenr. does the latter. But besides these two Carpenter, of Stanford, is assisting him. 1 he middle Uros. base imll team is Kentucky necessary luxuries, there will soon be thief, blackguard, Ac.," in speaking of Tilu 4t, session of the Dana, the soured old creature at the Chautauqua Assembly will be held at in operation electric street cars, water practicing up for another season. The members ot the club are all tine young head of the Sun. They didn't sound v00dland Park, Lexnigton, beginning' work8) a canning factory, an oil tetinery fellows and I trust defeat will not crown have the finest and most complete stock of like Mr. Cleveland, though it must be Jnly ist and ending July 11th. These enterprises their efforts ns it did last year. Too ailU kiU9 fai.t0rv. ' admitted that the reporter very accurate-- , james .s, Cochran, aged 7:5, Cortex nave alreadj- enhanced the value of real much disappointment might be a back-- 1 ly described the old renegade when he Parkf jrs Xancy Creed, 77, and Mrs. t,sUte aml 3,0,) per front foot was refits- - Bet to the material growth of the clever youngsters. me worus 111 1110 put 4AA0 Deatherage died in .Madison coun- - ed Tuesday for an unimproved lot not in The hop Wednesday evening was a month. ty this week, we learn from the Climax. the heart of town. brilliant affair and was enjoyed by some "is character-: r The Jellico coal deal, whereby all The discovery of :m oil well and a very doreti or more couples As efforts werei . . ... .1... t..ii:.. .id..:... ThkG. A. R. excursionists, who were! , istic of the boys, untiring m mi-- adapted made to make the stranger feel at home ..i.in.v,,, injured by an accident to .1 car on the tue mines siiuaieuhands of an English tine grade of sand, particularly will fall into the manufacture of glass has caused and I can bear testimony that they sucto the incline railway at Mission Ridge last fall, syndicate, it is again said, is about to be some excitement. Eastern speculators ceeded in one case at leiist. The young have brought suits against the company closed. The price to be paid for the aie arriving daily and report both oil ladies never looked lovelier nor did the aggregating 121,000. Courts are slow worshipers of Terpsichore ever n.oy n nearly ?J,,.,."0I001. and sand of the very finest grade. Both more delightful evening. Why don't whole is and the law is uncertain. A tornado swept across a portion of E. C. W. the injured apply for an increase of pen- Geneva county, Arkansas, Saturday af-- can be obtained in unlimited quantities ISvur in Stanford. Call and examine and be convinced. and those two alone are sufficient to of damages? sion covering the amount MT. VERNON, RoCKOASTLE COUNTY. ternoon. The destruction in its wake is boom an ordinary town. Our paternal government with the rads complete, but, owing to the sparse popu- It is not my intention to boom SomerThe wifo of aumiii Towery died Sun- A Thos. at the helm, would have been glad to lation of that section, the loss of life re- set or attempt a bragadocio of the posses- day night. have come to their rescue. Shoes. Another wire will shortly be strung ported does not exceed lo or 20. sions of minerals, etc.t found in Pulaski Congressman Wilson bus introduced county, but her advantages are plainly on the K. I). The Somerset Real Estate and Trades Wednesday' express carried a half Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, Rugs, Lflce Curtains, &c. Review is the name of a handsomely got- a bill to set aside the judgment rendered seen and my report would be a biased carload of Cincinnati newspapers to ten up periodical just issued by I). B. in the I'liited States court at Louisville: one if I did not give the "deril his Middlesboro. r James Houk bought of (ieorge Boone and J. K. Sewell. As its name against William Lock and James II, dues." on corner of Main the as nineties of Glass' implies it will be devoted in the main to Tinsley for $l,2iS0 Circuit court is in progress with a and Church streets for SI00. advertising the advantages of its locality, & Goodwin, failing mail contractors. heavy docket of both criminal and .civil Tho article on agents and operators The caucus of the republican mem- cases. Judge .Morrow told me that it by Mr. Davis was very interesting and which are very pronounced. It isissued monthly and the subscription is SI a bers of the House approved the Morrill would be impossible to complete even was highly appreciated by tho "boys." -- William Davis and Willette Vowels, Pension Service Bill, which grants apen-hio- n the criminal list in the given time of vear. two Mt. Vernon boys, shook the dust of of tS a month to soldiers who servtwo weeks nnd that it would bo necessa- Rockcastle from their shoes Wednesday who war, The decision of the democratic minori- ed !0 days in the age ofand years.shall ry to call a special term as soon as possi- - evening and went Northward in search 02 In have reached the I have a full line ol ty in Congress to offer no obstructive other words the people are to be robbed i,ie anx,r ti1(i forced adjournment. fortune. It is of u C. C. Williams is at Cardiff. Masters motions to prevent the passage of the in the nameof patriotism. Fiddlesticks. j 8ll0willK for U.e county, but Herbert and Milton Smith, of Garrard, In the flooded districts of Louisiana ""-- " McKinley tariff juggle, will be endorsed for it seems ihnt such things can not be were here Sunday. William Hicks is in by the democrats all over the country. the rain has been falling in torrents w , helped and 1 trust that it will not do- - from Middlesboro. Mrs. Rosalind Nesbitt effect has been higher days, (). The republicans have all the branches twomm the , from ir.ut-nmiiwuiiiimik tract iroui 100 In packages and bulk. Also all varieties of inure urosni iippeaiaiicu nuui has returnedStone a visit to Silverton, ier Gap Herald says there The Big of the government. Let them redeem many lutlierto dry plantations, ine erset is fast donning. is not a fish hook for sale at that place, their promises or show the cloven foot. wind at Npw Orleans has again forced N. V. There never was the like of candidates although the river is alive with game the gulf waters over the railway tracks, suckers Probably The State Executive Committee will and trains have been abandoned on some as are now shaking the hands of tlm fish. swallowed the real estate along At lowest market prices. In v,sc . all the hooks, 0 inch at the Capital Hotel, Frankfort, of the roads. Apoints in fall of rain is re- -' public. Some S or 10 aspire the county have the bait. meet with ported at pome ltnisiiina. clerkship; about the same number want next Saturday at o'clock to consider the While digging in James Honk's garto carry the jail keys rtd the Lord only den a few days since for lish bait, little matter of providing for the nomination AND TRADE ITEMS. FARM knows how many would like to bo as Charlie Davis dug up a bomb shell. The I have SARATOGA CHIPS, something new and popular. of candidotes in the '2d appellate court MAI'LK Wanted. 100,000 pounds of wool. sessor. There are also a healthy num- shell was loaded and in a good state of district and the various superior court SYRUP, the best on the market. Other Fancy Groceries always preservation, after lying in the ground A.T. Nuiinelley, Stanford. ber who deire to represent the county a quarter of a century, where it was no districts. Judge Barbour seems to have I have two yoke heavy, well broke on hand. Staple and Heavy Groceries in abundance. in the constitutional convention and it doubt left by the soldiers during the no opposition in this district. work cattle for sale. J. M. Beid. fight will be a bitter one. war. looks like the I). N. Prewitt bought of Robeit near Pino FLOWER CROCKS, plain and fancy and something"altoetl new at WashingTiikke are on the It is all republican and the democrats Hill William Reynolds died at the adTuesday, of pneumonia, cattle at: cents. in mai nne. vau ana see mem. ton the names of 397 persons who draw Land eight nre willing to stand aside and let "dog vanced age of 110 years. He was born in W.T. Smith sold to Hugh McGood- $450,000 in salary a year and render no eat dog." Hawkins county, Tennessee, in 177!t and They are favorites of win, of Danville, a harness gelding for service therefor. In a murder case which is now being came to this Sta'te about 7fi years since. SHfci. three times, having Ho was those in authority, who have had them -- S. M. Owens sold to E. L. Yeaper, o tried there ts a negro on uie jury mm children mnrried first wife and seven two by by his thus pensioned by the government. Mendon, Mich., his C. L. Clay filly, out those who know the law will also know- tno second, iiipnuru w 110 survives nuu 'Ih annual,meettnc ol (he (lockholdcrt of llic There is a good deal of rottenness in oth- out of old Pattie. for S500. to bo taken that all the jurors in sucti cases must and is 70 years old. Stanford and Mall Cap Turnpike Koad Co for er places than Denmark. win ten ut p nclic auction al the the flection of a I'rrsidcnt and Hoard of Director both eat and sleep together. Tuesday, next fall Carpenter Mouse in SUufo for the cniuinc year will be held at Vundevter' on when the jury came into the Popplewell in May, i&yo, at Cattle are easy in Cincinnati, with itcre in Stanford tint Saturday , C. Fremont, the first nominee John rre J r. i.i.-sa. c clock p. m 15 prices running from 1A to 4 for best TlntPl (thankful to say I stop at the 28, 1890, for president on the republican ticket, dining room, a uuinber of !J to J..'5o; Brinkley) lnm t (fimbrrl, full brother t' IMNu-made in 1&0, is to be provided for. The shippers; hogs are quiet at gentlemen who did not like the mixture ." j 7$' uhj Ifeatinir. a lot of 1; 7 ' i.. president has nominated him to be ma- sheep weak at 2J to 5J; lambs to 7. HY KNF1ELD : ' " Ktay marc s.i ; W. II. Prewitt bought of A. E. and left the table and sought other places to oaic 10 incgin at g a, ni The ttO(.LIiolderof the Huitoiiville R. jor general of the army on the retired R. D. 5 A negro on u lteconl jjo, anl lrt of Robin a J4., SionH.utltr Mill Turnpike Koad Co. u ill meet at I)r Coffey'. 7:5 hogs at !Je, and of Peter gratify their appetites. Drown' Logan aa8J, Pa,nell 230 ami nl dim of list, which carries with it a good deal of May, In Iluttonvillc the il Saturday a Gentry 157 at Hi. The storo room occu- jury may be all right and proper, but it ilam 18., ItdmoDt, nircitf ,31 tliu lit anil grunt officeo'clock p m for the purpose ofinelecting '90,a OI.Uby at considerable honor. money and county of Pulaski Director, for the entiling 1'retident and Hoard of sire of 60. pied by J. A. Otter was bought by B. F does seem as if the i C LYON, I'rctidcnt uro of 6 in tho lin nnd year 15 WEUTHERFQRD HOTEL. might furnish enough whites, and the 2 dam by Ericsvin iji'j, the fresh young re- Phillips for $0,100. Advocate. granilpirunf8. J. W. Lancii-ey- , should see that they are in 3 dam by Vermont UUck llawl, M. Smith Baughman has farmed of good people HI'STONVIM.E. K. publican legislator, has presented a biiKfld, record a 29, by Kyudyp.' lliimMt toniun, Machrct', the pension investigation signed Win. Cecil, of Boyle, his standard bred abundance hereafter. A negro in his dam J11H40 will make by Seely AmtiicanatStar. n P. W. GREEN, . - Proprietor. of 1890 the Kcdlicht comes to Stock Farm, 24 milea east of Shelby City, at all by himself. It was written, no doubt stallion, Lancet 7871, which he will place is all right, but when it The stockholder, of the Stanford and Milledse-illd average Turnpike are notified 10 meet at McCor. Havinc leaned the ik,..., h..i ..r.. . by Col. W. O. Bradley or some other as stand with his other fine stock at his eating and sleeping the iieu and re- m ...:,.: .. a m funmh., ............, ... $15 to Insure a Mare with Foal. mack's church ist Saturday inof May at 9 frthe lie in hr.t-- c.I a., r.CHlru Rate, io accommodate the n ub mark. man should draw-th- e Director politician, for campaign purposes. home on the Somerset pike. See thei-- t lo elect aPrettdent and Hoard sty e astute rea.o, """ H.T BUSH, Pre. I.Ucrv and Samn r k'.v,,,,. ensuing year, 15 W I. McAKKK, Shelby CJt), Ky ,. u ooJ About f o'clock Wednesday evening pedigrees in another column. ,w Mr. Langley can't write much. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal, Sentinel-Democr- INTERESTING! - W. F. WALTON. SI2I PAGES. J this day lnueli advertising is a rftrthni of at people, doubt many times after reading the numerous advertisements you Vil i are ll, . goods, such as Dry Goodj, Clothing, Hats, Carpets, Matting, Trunks, wit sold this 2o per cent less than their former price. pair Ladies' Shoes a Free with everu n,; nf Vinoh 7Woo,,r; f iniwi only. . -- $LoO reduced this "Jio"0Cw' totl.zo. Ladies' Common Sense Shoes which were sold at $? will this'week at J. Ladies' French Kid were sold at $2.50 fit J. Men's fine in all styles which sold '2 ,,n at cl.Yo willbe soldthis at S.,iJ. Jen's Calf .., which sold at 76 sold this at se. Children Shoes iu ,:o cents au,raaes iviu soia tins ftt. than, former price All other -- Everu one is claiming the lowest prices ana. superior advantages. Look into matter: it trill prove interesting you. Take dan for not Inn but at the different plaees, then can for 'self fast you know of the steady and tinned 'growth of our csfublisl also know that store can as ours has jnnw i...n..f nf ihn people. support the means large stock and low prices. This week's offering will prove very ini cresting all. how and will prove it you. Special bargains this in Gents' and Children's Lw ild . c . , -' - THE LOUISVILLE STORE .Ifain, Street, 'p.iojuvjg i m. SALINGER, ROlKTAGER. i ti say-Ttu- re ' ' iieo:iin. - 2;A.A.WAffi:eE.ftPS p well-prepare- d ! -' r;t;::;:,;ii,l,!"t' Garden Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks , i rat-hol- Xortlicrn Seed Irish Potatoes, White Onion Sets, Peas and Itcans in bulk. I $.j-I- - 1 STl.S-WJS- ' i.,i,. ' j NEW ..V GOODS I ! ' : j 1 - . ; 1 u ' . 1 Dress Goods, ill White Goods, Embroideries, &c, J i Full Line of Boots and Fmmersou's Sous Cents' fine ! Kid-la- store-hous- e SEVERANCE & SON. ' . a-- SEEDS -- ALL KINDS Seed Irish Potatoes ciiy-UK- and Clover Seed ' 15 C3-K,OCEK,Z- ESI pay-rol- ls 1,000-poun- d f i r MARK HARPIST. PUBLIC SAXE. 1 - Turnpike Election. EedligM 5822, 4 i 111 paci-r- . Turnpike Election. Monday, April 1 V".100"-ookinB,- I'RICK-IIKE.MK- R -- 1 1 Turnpike Election. Wood-law- e well-bre- 1 ,..... ?i pSpi. aaaxll Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal A A DROP TOO MUCH. riuntorUt'M i:iirrlinrnt tilrxatnr. TH! In n rjllln; E.O.WAUTON, HllS, MrillOKl X fat-tu- SIX FACES. G. A. BENEDICT & CO., PO IBUMW V"$JrVlJ!l 1OLIn ovoroln- nn il.iwn .1 Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, I kit It Jn' f t f'f-mi 11Ujr? Of J uourso n. fa j$.( ,'i iU . r 'M 1 you linro in tin) fanli-Io(inHnnry with ti lioy ii ilio tliroUln j. .iiiO the iiMithn l ANrURD, k ...-- Wells drilled to order and Pump, lurtuthrsl price at FOB SA.U3! Lot on Main Street in Stanford -2 y i' to vmir iletina-'ion- . l'ut Imvt) nncr i nff ,T , iperroptlhl lia solo m Ti ihjtirod all con- Land, CI iKvlimt v ' iln- - mtiv jwiwcr. mint oil allVi'"'- ' ' ln''''i -- fil 'Urtrnl for tlinn in I'ral' Or. hat l v enter wi ililnx wlili a roeklw dtor-inlnntloAlso Some Nice Chairs-- 2 Rockers topi l there in the frwent h:tve. tllullfnth., il will h fur rrnt. lot not If the luad Itvvasntthn foiirtli lloor thut I took further Information appl) to VV I' or h. C Vt ill I H VV M.I ON Him rub :nl wo liavtlonlv )CjneulitU tlimo tea. Stanford feot wh"ii the elevuuir Ixiy nalil in a terw kiml of wnj: "Tlie rattle's lni8tnl." ! I shiiulit ltoe known it, I think, if he linl inn tnentiottr,tl it ui nu hy the n"ay ..r i.f'4 I'.r f nliifin t .11I n the wolln und dooiM liean t lly pnit. It ,n .11 ith (.rrs"ti 11 ti .. I un Urtnl olf tH n presto morement und Found Cutting Timber or Dam- nierjftil m onee tnti a prestiHrtlmo; lint rtiplil an it nut I )i;til iline to do a Rood aging any Improvements deal of tlilnkiwk'. ! tiiotuh I must miC On tr-- t II r.j v rjf ft, Ii iK. Af .r ! win r ? i: I iliiwn in a run- - ever uoiio ' Jy - It Acres of & JcoldedlyMlckoninff, a erasli of hroakinff AN ANCI2NT PYRAMID FOR SALE. ?laHH anil a sensation on my Rjiino as If It wore hetntf tek'Hcoped. The solid Til (irrnl Ciiluikln ,Iniwnl OITffrrit to tlio , I'lillril Mntr Cinirtmirnt. ".irth had Htrtiek us. It had never Thomas T. Ilaiuoy, of Mnlison county. struek niu that way hefore, and I wat naturally a good doat Btarttrd I was Ills., has n unique pices of property for sale, government not so much deinoralleil, however, hut and ho wishes tho United Htntes the great ar- liecoina the pm chawr. It U that could nee with perfect distinctnosn to Arc headquarters for two lnuil.v hhaken individual i l"p from tlio eati with an ability and )romptnc)rt that showed pluinly tlmru were ho dfco. broken lnen. One of them was tlio elevator l)i. The dewent (Hvupiett. as nuur a.s Plows! Plows! Plows! Huy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel roiihtthc computed, bout two second (, irZii' I fM IrrV asbv ?j nw : .. i t . x i. n.wl .i but the were tlie r.ioat completely oo iu uim ;uu ,:ii lu.iiMj uu iinsi.tKi.. i u piuw is cquai io inose; no eupled seconds it hag over lieeu my luok TDK Illi HOIMI AT CAIIOKIA. plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Iwery plow warranted to e to encounter. If could manage i hill nt ( iihokla, ill St I'ltiir county of a ruuanay ('htvalor cab to do as lll., which is the uiOtt htupMidotis memorial do good work, or no sale. Ask your neighbor. niuoh thinking for every two consecu- - left by the pi fieoplo cnlitsl the mound I could uoor tivo seconds in an hour, builders. This hill has nil altitude of i(W feet. pretty well tho history of thin planot Its bake covers (.Htc'n ncies nnd it contains and leave considerable margin- for tho at li ij.1 2(),0iK),li"() cubic fi"t of mrth. Itiimey In lu letter to Senator Culloin rest of the solar system. Detroit Kruu y of tliegignutic MiUKcstinv; the puichn I'ress. the giHinuielit: a (.oo: s: :;(i:.; ;.r.. "It Inn pat nllelogi inn "Ith Htraiglit Miles, HIGGINS &M'KINNEY Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, P1-ii- I j I i w 'JA iWd .. .r ,,,. ,-- .:..tt. I out-Hld- till'-ni- ehi-tor- ic - Hnyt-Mr- . pyra-uiiilb- DRUGS andJEWELRY Jewelry and Silverware. 'M)-rtl- 1 $50 REWARD 1 ! i ' Tiai lltttcluson fl. 1'. V.Hiac,l VV'm Ihctarmsat llikrtlaio! known a. , V A I'aah's. (.forifi- - S An liiterestlni; Kxti.irt fiiiiu Ailrioirr the door on the third hmdltip Iiurcb, Slieel of the April Oiitnrj. t hl)uel Into lei I e .pcrielifed a iract. SlrwJ Hone I'mim' netr iter al at Crab nr ri'.Ac-Tin: Mr. K. J. OIae, nho was one of Stanley's Orchard. Hotel, Colir aasi Storehouse of profound thank fnliie.ss that my l II.MIKIMhK. pioneer olllcers, ismtnliiit"s to tho April Cen wilt wn-- i nude; Inn wondered even lost.aas tury a profusely illiistratl articli on "The then if It notild not liuw 1kii just uk Slave Trade In the Cunt;" Hasin," tho result -- tii well to let the pmlmte JHle take cure of his observations ilurin a residence of R. B A iij tie fouinl. of any ritru;. hit that mi;til twenty months anions tlie iuivni;e natives of lffl There wan inteiis eiinifort. however, in Central Africa. Of an execution, of which il ai SlClrSsoR 1 iV dowited a the reflection to whieh he was a witness, Mr (Jlae n s IMShIiii; nitmieiit that there would not M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, he euntiifli for any lonly to itiariel oer. 611 4TH AVKNUK. untl that my nhitnary would not he fol .1 1lH, 'jl "as. lon'pil tn a Mi'nk or mi .1 eotirt tleni v LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Sf f 4 JTi VJ .1 about a eonient over the poor little TT. ' The tbotiht of the M'ruij of a will. The Nobbiest & Mo3t Stylish obltuury sncestel a neu train. I sioi km - lit otM'e that there would lie otu on ancount of the no.elty of the ft and Msualty if for no otliur on the difVMindcrid Iiom the ferent paHr wouli! wort, it up. In one, at leant. felt (ilil- Mire the hendinp open vwiuld h 'Took 'i Tuiuhli';" nnd I l.ser rtoightti the its ol ImimJr, n HiM'tor Cutis i'retty bad lip you ve half .in itittaiit or o on the 11 lutlinf the wil frnnnrii w ot th re. m Inn: Init I i It ink wo sueti a heading iuii I.I nrotiuhly KNOX&JOHNB.STETSON&CO'S.HATS f "he re- - fix It. teiitr He the Mirlor Patient Tain't th'lip. doe I play a Ami iU my mm imputation of English HU fife in ih' ninth nurd and Caps An elegant nr l t anes ami I.yon'i Kinr hind ailed to i tf about a couch. .ItMltfo. Celehr.trd t lubrcUaa jlwavs Ah feul-tiiK I.Mtn't At Ca' Itup W. llultkitMs Hack Irreaaaa and H I. IUrn' iiatbcr irscls John iimboU's. u 7 acre.. John Creek. . mm, M.J llarri.', 0 acre. B. Huchanaa's. 14 p)Ur ion u. rrs lohn IAtiilriwia .. . Sou .sues, rea Wash Harris' 117 I -- bni'. Urns llrvn Mill tract. I RaMata . kidd tiaras, Joel Pl H(fW farai, A (kmcIi tarm,r Hidcc, in jcnn, lltn-V Cottins' larra. Noun'. 1 Rautfh 11 . acta place, W. Itoatin Hir , Iff-(- tui'hii, a. i. ". '!, iptilar theory nn inf' whole Uf ta irtiujr in rerlow on nob ix'.'aHlonH priivi'd j niflrtnclioly failure. I rernlled tnmn.v thing, hut did us not even Imirln to roenll if i ouyht tn have dune to he in hurtnony with the precedent.. Perhaps there was an Intuitive 'iniiionncsi that the time was luu short for thorough work In Ha Ui v I enndldly tlint iln 'I don't knon Ilo has failed in tional i 1 i f MWk. i. Ileur acres, .Miller , ia a I) II. laaraistam's OttMi-hl- that tllnftiun. imlliin." "Vh don't .."i tu.i liiui a lojjreseV" Life. todu with my son and profes-- I ditd .ui"caib to lie jjood for I'.i "ln.-iije-- .s -at the longer of Inch are north ainl jciuth. The top of the mound is Hat nnd divided into two patts, tlie northern end IHns four or live feet hicher than the houtliern iMirtion, the Miminit containing alKiut oiid and one-tmOn tlw .southern end, wuim thirty acres. ft-- t alxivo tlie Imw, is a terrace or npron con- tninhiR nearly two acres of ground. In the mulilli) of tiiis Ufiiiice nt thu dan of the mound is a pn.jectlns: Kut, apparently the remains of n graded mthay to iisccnd 1'toni the plain to the terraie On the Motein hide. and aliout thirty fis--t aUive the sniithern ter-- I race, isnuotlier terrace of Miinen hat lexs ox-- i tent 'I lie xideof tlm tiiomid lelov tliu nest- era ten ace is wry irreguhii nnd forms pi knolis. To the northeast corner of a snmll thl liirK" htructuie there ieius to mound utuiched. The reiiiainltiR sides are quite straight, t'ahokia is the larwt pyrathe pyramids of mid in the world, Mirus.siu Kjjypt hi size." lf Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, )IUF WATOBk IAMF1Best Watch. The Railroad 1'iompt Attention Prescriptions Care li given to Kiirav. ing and Repairing fully Compounded of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. B. H. DANKS, W. 1 at all hours, day and night. in AN AFRICAN EXECUTION. m ,ifil'fit kitiut nt l. .v Jeweler, n. Main J 8 WELLS, Ph. G. Prose Clk. 1 OEOGEGHAN. W. B. MoBOBEETS, Street, rANFORD, ky. CP Court-Hom- S I ii' M f HEW FURNITURE STORE! MACIK JEllfFFMArS, 1 H A T 89. I 11U lliit-d- 1 li I a -- t r - JfeiSw mATitiPffi WW'trtV, s1 i?''t 7ie FKF., H 7ft"T Mi 111 y B.fTWsBVsICrnHaawiE' VCzLJ U I I - -s- npiH-ulate- - ilmm-corp- s. I SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, Glaves and other lur. pilt)f Order out , prtfr.t liifitlor cutKU kjrul city itrd Don't till 10 W W f&EV9 Vk. 1,1 jmMB A iir at The .lndife-Wh- ul nf 1'uc.inl in. is vnur t hn .' an i.iine. .lohnMiit'.' Mr. .lobnstn Mv fast ns-- s' srr A order 11 NOIIHV HA I' lift lUin't cot ttene. wit eitr. - V. Y. Stir Ltveiy, feed and Sale Stable . W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. I til- 1111. -- :. OMIOS, 1 K i at iint on tlir m the niriiniiin m (.ruxlturii nt. n.l rcAsjitt le te t ii s ldr lihin n, i tie mmt uilr id it n h plate f the i" " rjy lor hir conven In thr soi in 1 1 v it 1 11 11 n si in (i Kentucky Central R.R. Mil. I ! kneA would lie a "stunner." and In mv niind'seje 1 euuli! set the dear old boy nho won hi write it squurini hlmte)f for the tuk. and openinur an I'lltirelV lie St4M'k if" eHlojfiivtiv ad- Js' lives ami phntaea for the eocasion. SlMjftilar as It way seem It was n kind port who landed in has started A SI.AMC HfNTrH. out to "beat his way" across America "In this imrtii'tilar instance, the mother of and around the world in the Hpnce of I lleil. it mis as nsinil, months ithout eadi output. I'tom Sun a chief having event with decided, un exisMition. At to cY'lutirute the Francisco he will stow himself nwav or the earliest streak of dawn tlm slow, measur- ! Iwot of h lug drum nnnonnce.s to all what work his nas.sjiL'e to New Zealand, thcine take plaee, and warn, th poor Iav ship for sou.e Chinese port and journey, nho is to Ih the victim that his end is nih tlirougli tlie Balkan hiss to Itussin, . The oxeoutioner' aMi.ttiuts. having thence to (teiuuuiy, down the Knylish ultall place for tlie tvremony, liltK'k of vvtHni aMiut a f.nit vpiam Cluinnel to Kiigland and nliip Iroin there is then placed on this in a ii:nig ...v.... v orki-ity- . If the railway oil.- - The lavemsleg.sntestretelusl out str(1iK,,t m ,K.UI.0; ends observe his proclamation and have fixmt of htm; the Imdy is stinpsl to a Make i "spotted," he is liable to lengthen iisichmg up tlie ltck- to the Mnuihleis. On Ins of running time, lie iiii.v',wl,"l",m;,w mv I,!",,w, un,x"r to nliicit t ne arms are llrinlv . get iiiHroomul nt some my station for a JMHim,. proiis, j,,,,,,,, , llWll, t fortnight. driven into the Kitsiiiil ueMi tlie iiukIi and KiiuliiOimHti New 11 young York few days airo Will keep constantly on hand a- large and select line of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be convinced that I sell lower than the lowest. - vv The Great Remedies A-- ! whs-teilpns-iuv- KKF.1V SPECIFIC cure. ,U! blond diM'J'CJ, such as.Scroluht l leer'., Pimples, t'kerated Throat White Swelling, Syphilitic diseases in all ill Mast"., Necrosis, Price $1 per Lottie HAVIS' IKON 1111 IF RS Is the most pleasant to take of all the Iron tunics It cures Dyspepsia giveka keen appetite, enri lie- - the hljod, regulate the liver and impart new energy to the rmucles it and nervous sj stem Price Si per liottle OATI.IKK'S WORM S Rl P is mnde of the ltst worm killer and expcllers known to the med-it- al profcxinn and therefore recoiinucniU itself It is pleasant to take, .rfe and reliable. Price j; per bottle. f.AILIFl'S MAONKTIC I'll t s ur .ill I eer CompUuitt, Impaired I)ijrlSt,., s k Headache Pri e s enN pt r box Ar Acts iKtBtharti .Manufactured and lor sale to the trade by the 1 111 - ,. ''"' WIULIAItISKURG DRIG CO., V.'illiamsburj;, Ky. STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. . .? of satisf.ietttry sensatiun. We were at the top of the door on the The HhorteHt and CJulckent Rnuta from second landing by the time I had din Kentucky to nil point North, posed of the uUttuur) buaincMH. Tho Central 1'iiHt t Bartt. Wont nnd moveiut t '.. t iH'rcep.iblv accelerated, Lino buiwaMi Lxlniton nnd CincinI notictsl. and s I did s, mv socMent nati iaavratiic polis-- poppsl iuUi ui mind. l lIKDl'l K IN Eflrv.1 NOV 17. 1M9 I am not iroiNjr to eieutiuii the coin patiy because ihih is not an adverttsjc-n- t Mo f. No Ha. er even a "niMlin? notiee." I it! Ilound ,tx Sua. r. DunIHily trie Try hnrti to recall the provision-othe jsillcy for the vari m . injur!" 10 a ai V V. a m l. a 8 m X.t e 'w iaf ln " )joaMlblc In .in h an as I was 14 a a V IT P Lvi Kstmoulk. . cninwd In: ln.t. fir my life, I eoi.lj not 5 ( P 11 10 a At. rriv .. mijpa t 00 ?- - 10 sj at J H aa.v tUlnjr about then.- - This Arr Litiagtoei V m 11 e a fact pro vented my feeiin that serenity l. Haria p a S r Arr Wi.hlr. asauatst we the wnieh the atfat 7 jo ji ro a m Arr Itirhaoad .. puMseeaion of the policy would frtve me Arr r Arr btaaford in tryiHK sltnatUm.. five Kiehinieid . IS p l'ailtnvr to reeall what the p Hey p IH Dciea Arr I resp-s-- t Soutli-WoH1 v (.WAUOITIO.' NEWCOMB MT.xVERNON, well-kno- HOTEL. KY. I " - f Cirv-.ntu- rv-urntu- hl Arr l.ivitictan. NcNth-llfluM- s - iro-vitli- sl P III in to hjkh iflc I injuries l. Na. .. j 1 ..? hi Lc llerea. Arr Kicliinini I.te Stanferd l.ve I.ningMun.. . a In 10 7 ( ? a m 45 .a 111 7 SJ a l.ve l.ancater Arr Rlthnimid. iiOO)a I 10 p l.ve KiGlimond. Arr Wnicheter j 00 p W? 40 I s Arr 00 a in in ,n 111 6 10 7 tn m 111 (5 l.ve l'art l.ve I.eaiuKto'i 7 Kalnioulh... Arr Cotifigton Arr Cinclnmtt I.te " it 4" $ j 7 IK) 05 p p m 8 $3 5 P i"i 9 13 in in, 111 in HI' at p j6 p 30 p 38 p 45 P ?o p P III 10 mho JJ 45 On (tie M.i t ille llntnch, N'o 9. leates l'arn at 8 na, . in und No it, nt 54s. P m, arriving at in, and Sill, pin No. It .IJ u in, urrivnif at I'nria at o 11 Icatei Mayaville at I jo and 740, a in ..rrivci at 1'aru at 4 15, p in. Theac tr.inik arr tlally except Sunday No 43 leave. Lexington 10 oj am; arrive! I'arii 10 4J mil. cmclil SlMliLtJ No 8 leavo Cincinnati 5 10 pm; arrives l'lmoulh 7 10 pnij except Sunda No. 7leave Kalmoutfi 600am; arrive Cincinnati 7 55 am; except Stindav 1'ratn Notes. No. t runt daily lietueen Lexington and Cindnnali. No runt d.uly bettvpeo Cincinnati and I.caiiiKtou. Not 1 and 6 mate connection at Winchenter Inrnniiit.nnlheN N X-- M. V Itv -- Trainkol IMPORTANT thMine now nrrlve at and depart frniii the Central Union raticnger Station Cincinnati, makhiB innneitionn for all poltiU North, Kawt and Wot Through ticket, anil baecage checked to any dettination reached liy a railroad. For full pirtuiilars uddreii anv atnt ot the Co, S. F. II. MORSE, K. II 1IACON, 1 ravehntr l'a'(t'r Ant , Oen'l Pa's'rARt., Lexington, Ky. Cincinnati, O. W. 1. MUNS0N. Truv tn., Cincinnati. H.K HUNT1NC.TON. General Manager. OENKKAL OFFICES: Chamber of Commerce lluilditig, Cincinnati, O. leavct Mayvillv at Maytville at to jj, ,1 1 l'a. fell to speculating 011 the possibilities. If I escaped nould break one ley or two, or a lop; ami au arm'.' Or notihl I catch il in a rib or in the thai ouco dinlocatitl out of my tdiouldor. and hoped if went through that experience airam it would don't know be with the same one. why. but it sofinedto inn that it would would have jjiven :i trifle he easier. just then for :i j;ood siirfjlcal treatise which would furnish me an idea us to the most manageable kind of fracture. It nould have helped me to pass tlio could hardl, complain lime, though thai tlie time did not pass rapidly enough. As the door on the llrsi lloor lauding slreaketl into view my thouirhls tiiok- a Thls niav have been gloomier east. due to the fact that the door was by no means dean). It occurred to me then toirtifb.s whether I would be ttikon homo in a coqpe. or an ambulance, or a basket. On the whole I thought I bhould prefer the ilrst; but I could not that I had never been in an nmb'ulauco anil that il would at least he From this point on a new experience. thoru was pretty noil dnlined Impression that when the procession .stopped there would ho a smash and that thobo.v uml tlm (iuii and. mynelf might be inexrose tricably mixed up. Instinctively on my toes so that I might be smashed as graoofully ns possible. I had not fnlrly assumed this attitude before there was a thud, not dull but colhtr-hnue? 1 1 I I An old saying is tlint it tkes a sol- A ,H.1 is 'now plantrsl almttt ten feet in dicr's n eight in lend to kill him. At ' front of the victim, from the top of which U by a nmntierof -- tnirg., ii1iih1hi jthu lmttle of Solfurino, in the llnlian A I S.tfl I. UHf Of ' " MiaHiiiii in arAlm . .,.. " " " tunt tlie rinx fastatitsl roninl tlia slave's netk, j tiotis, a coiiijsirison of the number of whicii Is I. ) and stilT by the taiMion. shot tiled on (lie Autrinii side with the Uuriug tins ptKinrution tigeuspof daucvis. iiumlH-- r of killed and wounded on the Mirniunil tw vlcuin ami iudulgaiu drunken miniirrv of'Uie contorthsis of facw which tlw i part of the enemy, shows that TlHl bill-- ' miu catif-- sl bv tbU cruel torture forces him lets were exploded tor each man noitnd- - ttitJinvv. lint lie hns no s tnimtht to expect ed and l.'.tsl for each man killed. The I ruin tl i ni"i ik-- luu do "Pros'iitiv in tlie tiistance approaclMn a average weight of tlie ball lined um, ;M) nt tuo linen of v jietiple, each graittr: therefore it iiiust liuvc taken at c.niMiii u isUfin of iIih palm iuiiic mi Umt an holding tree, leat-- t i.'!'" MUlllds ot lend for eticli mull arch i foitneil lietneen them, uuder which isasniml. The whole pro- killed, or aliout one anil one-hatimes the cms--n in moves with a lnw bur dancing gait. iiis weiulit. L'tHin Ht'i'ivmg near tlw diHiined flnvu ill A KaiiKis Citv wag with n benevolent dancing, miiui,; anil drtimmiug cense, and fate procitretl a .'() gold iiiece bv pur- - tlnnikeu mob take their places to witnes, ' ' 1110 last net of luu drama. ... . . , . .1 . nun auuieu 11111. on .1 strcei. .iu me . ..An iiiiwirthly .ilenca aiuvmK The exe-se- e if lie could find anyone who had lost cutioner wearsacapeomposeilof black itW it. Tliirtv-on- e reputable business men feathers, lus luco and nock are blackened , of the evpt the assured I1.111 at diilerent places and timibi . which are immUsl with whito chalk. Tlie that they had lost the coin, ami neie ,WIu and arms to the rfliow, and feet nnd anxiously looking for it. Four of them p.Ks to the knee, are also blackened. His legs tuuneil the date and tluee of tlieiu sue- - .11 e adorned profusely with broad metal ', ... iHili-ltlu- ... wih,1. , j aud iniert.tiu 08 All persons wishing tt pleasant life and wll pleased wife kt them unc Patent .Flour made ai Stanford Roller Mills Call for it at vnur cro eery, and if thev bae inn o( it tsi baud, urn. them to lief, it nit m trrder from fiem aih gel it at the Mill ami I will uuranlee a plcasam 'r I mill) N 1' 1 1 1 s, Superintendent. , Tht old and Uotelji, s, till maintain ins its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling puMic .VI. 1 Nr.WCOMII. Prop, ' ' Ml ernoii. Ky. HARRY. A. SVANs, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, slAMORIi, S. OLD KY. E0X7TS . A s Mi", ui eslibt.ltHt m(1), I V illrt ( -- , Engineering "and Surveying all branches. ' in Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, New York, nils All , ) r.i to t I lf T ' .. . III Por Salo It J ! Uul , ne nilit it Irom I'orre. led I line Card 111 Fffcct Ian ml Southeast 1 vsington. tj, iyo IJuiIlinr I,olS DAkSI Rowland STAIIO.NS. l.ve Stanford Tany ix 7 . irast.VUil, Accom Vcs Daily Daily Kxpress.lF.x Sun.. Ex Sun. 10 pm 00 pm 31 the corporate limits of KowUmi . ;tl.-uaniail- ey, s ' Livery Stable. I 1111 I 1 - helpre-meiuhpriti- K 11 wn horses ' wlMo' ' my hate uddrd new bungles, my tins and second to livery business, makm; stable guessed at tin- mint. Then the '''V' "",l """'u"''. t "rf to First class turnouts on sburt iiis hliir, irt'i iii iittlivu iiiotiuti none in this suction perpetrator of tins prautu-aljokt,tut m ,u victim, everv now and then making a notice nnd fecdiuj: hi the dav, week nr month a (I J riIl'R.MONI specialty despair and expended tlieollemling gold- - lvlul nMl hl! unite, a iniitmur of '07 Junttiun I it) Ky s He turn tui.-cfioui the avsenibhsl crond . then approachesnnil Ii1ake7.11 thin clinlkuiaik nm- vhama m of the fai.,1 nmiu After twoor turcs early and geneially niarries at the ,invo ,M1S f t, j;te, tJ Ket thenht 'Atfc if" ngeof 14 or to. From Hi to Ul she is in. swing, he dehveo the fatal bkiw, ami mth her prime. At '( she is beginning to enesiio!.eof his keen wled wcau snen the hitid from the Uly." , .10 site is au become :i shatle passe. lfll15X-&S!aysif- R h old vvoinaii and at 10 she is a witlieied rii.. roitnne 11.1. Kiit Co..i.ierHti...i. ' " if! T T'niir'TlITT crone. A lady from "the States," who If rich American girN:ireau.iMi to vctire H!Ulml!tXMmmiKZli:ii Jl. by some freak of fortune had clianced to titled husb.md, the ini.viuilousde-ceiiiliintSofJanaMMaawiTfcavakaafcarffVI ?&a?o?S "f "" strav into these lorgotten waters some ot l1'? '"' IM,,kl's '""l . niiilille ages are not a wit is'lituil in their tie , ,& CO., wac elmpeioneil by a married hire to biing alwut a union of iejmtih.Mii yenis-agowoman of 1.'!. I). I), llidwell in Poitlaud niNilthnitliHiiroNsiu raak. Tins was slmun HUSTONVILLB, KY. Transcript. rwently in tlio widely publtsheil ejosiii'e of ' the "International Iluie atiot l'rivatu Trans Are Mill Hit husi e": am! t di ai.y -- Since the organization of the mint in lu.tjoll!s 0f San Francisco." Tin- ptvpitetor, thing In 0 c l ndert iln K bin- f have 4 full 17D2, the government of the 1'nited Ludni,; von Uonmjer, tcveived hiiii.lixtls of slock of Cases am' t .skets of a'' kim'- - nd Robe-o- t every but noble new tan de criptin Our hearse u Inch Mr nrurU States has coined gold to tho aiiiouut of "pplicaiioi.s tomiv e.s trom be ol laiiuii short i.omc J l! aii'l will'shov ""ur businrs lUIfllR'l.s, mil if 101 u ne untl tiuic ui ui 111110 tlreen has $l1."r00,(r('(!,'.'07 and silver to tlioaiiiount of any luirgnins and M.rnre his fts's tlio businiics "ir good to any one needing auyO nil 10 wr-U"j1-"' y 1111 ii aduiira-I'R'C- WoMK.v.-lheCa.ves- eg.rl ,, pm I tg pm 7 43 pm1 9 40 pm 28 J 33 pm ' Ashland. .. . ;.. 10 Pm IS pml " Callettsbure.. . 10 30 pm 5 jo pin .. 43 J ' iliiiittngton 11 07 pm 6 as pm. .. l.vc.lluntnigtoii .... 13 30 al"l Arr Charleston .,. I uni Clifton Forge. . J J' am ' Lvuchburg '.."T.. ,' 45 am .... " Cluirloticstillc to 311 am . " Wavhington ...'... .'.'...".'.' la 3J P" " Baltimore .. ' iJ P" " Philadelphia.... 6 it pm 11 New York L.'..'.."!""" 9 W pm ...: " Richmond. Va. .. ' i 40 pin 'm 1 " l.Miigion. ' Winchester " K. U. Jtmctkw " Mt Sterling. " Marehead ' Olive Hill n'n 3 11 ij am u 40 am, 5 6 40 4) pi u ,i n'n jopm pm 7 .. 7 30 pm jj ptni . j W$- - ft I Oldl'olntComlort Norfolk I . s , J. T. STJTTOIT 11 -" - - j .11 11111 $.'W,i71,Jl,,,31.4r. n 1 The Princess of Wales is said to be in dntigeroiis statu 'of health. SliijS, has a painful cough, is stonu deaf, looks old ami haggard and will not probably live to be Queen Consort of l'ngland. went to smash nnd Honiayer coinuiitted Tlieeugerueof tlie.-s-i tltlisl chevaliers of industry to Miap up unwise young onion of fortuuu reseiuhles nothing more nearly than the avidity of the shark. Tlie only difference is that the prey, unfortunately, U too Dfteit e. llnr o4-- tf Ie..vig Lexington at 11:40 a in and 1:10 dail). except Sunda) c nnect at 7 inches and oint on the K. C. K Limited Vestibule I'.x from NewVork-.PhiladcishiiigiDiiand all points hii, phia, at Lexington .11.4 47 p m daily Stanford arrives11 m, 11 c; hast mail from Richmond, Va., and all point east, Huntington, W. Va, und all local statlonsar-rive- s I exington al u , noon tlailj except Stin-d.t- v Stanfurd $7 p nt ommiHlation Irom Ohvellill and intermediate point.. Richmond, K v., and points on the K. C Ry arrives at Lexington 8:10, am, daily, ex-- .t til Sunday Stanford t 10 p m. lie sure tl.kets read read via N. ,V M V i: D. Co.. Forllmr turds, tickets, and full information, ivrite or call on Ji W. IIARNE, ticket Agent S A IIROMIlF.KC.Trav Pass. Agt. J l...Mi;RPIIV,ficn,l Pa Agt I I) YA.RRINC.ION MV ! I.rxinirton. K Irani- p 111 t r for Rithmiiiui, Ky K. l. . BRYANT & STRATTON Business College Hook Kerplnv, Short Hand, Telegraphy, e rlleur Catalogue and full information. a willing; onu. I aaswUlO VllaliGi a1Q CT W Ir IX (i icl-jA-i r?- - Kw TTVJT -- sT--r I j WHAT SHALL WK WEAIr? FASHIONS THAT AHE APPROVED IN NEW YORK, LONDON AND PARIS. i ALL AROUND tllrectlntis THE HOUSE. 1 1 YOUNG FOLKS' COLUMN. ENTERTAINING READING GOOD-D- j ' a ft rl the cloet. "HeV roaring at ine!" aille.1 the fair enptor iigntd. "Oh. JurvK le qttlcl;!" "Jnrvis i ffw for the perlkv, mlM," aild ttik, rook, Msnnifully, in a hoarse whUier, Itwilmg the way. "fluit Jiut liketliese huhi! ItiRby, this is a deuced cheeky itae "I How did ihi liapiieH t ketrli him'' kii.i.i.no a tif 1u4ims on ray art I" cried Jlr. TImmimm "I tlMiiihi I heanl n imiee In the lilmiry thus profiirnil the chief began a l F.IIm from taw depth of n nrnfortajbU aofti, i my .low. linsl of There rtiod tho bori - diary, ami kept up his entries until .Inn. wharo he lay w ltd hot linnsl ilapeil over hi-- Ute creature with lit-- arms full of Imoks, nml lN?rt, Itiwehmi at tho isaad, idly u!liing his wbn I taw bun I nmde a r.is.i for him, Then when Moore's note buttle of oileihm-- l Mr. book, "Not ii Mt of it !"' reepoiMl.! that gentle-tna- ti Imetied him into the closet nml tmnnl tho with liarlmnc .Irawjng eanm int tlm )s-tvikey I Now nn n as piimiptly. He was buty tiniwcklng tlw possible. O. must get tlie police as of a fmteil States soldier, nnd event u if out) Mr. Ashu:i4 would a huge vuliw, nml, as 1m xpk, oomel" ally found its war back to civillutlotl ani JoiitenU of the arrutin.v ..f the curious i.i matters ' tossed into the air a roll f ctiffe and sl!ttr, Muk!' cried tint .bonis, admlnnKlj. tlmt scattciT.1 over the iloor like an many "What Hftunic yun have got! I never iMhi' prtiHtiv art. Tlie first nntrv niado bv Half Mmiu nn. n hugestMiwflnbes, "I tell you HVall lijfhu "l done inch a thinjr, never!" nore The whit' All thmonvrith;i mid Iw--u eariteilon drawing of the killing of shall lie linck lung Ixiforo dinner nml extlnlu ! deplete.) i.i a high state .f ul ir u. nu I in agttateil umlertoiie, Nu erfistly iilMlib'e man thlngN ti.tlwVH lady. All you've goMo do to tlie hurgtm, who coMldn't help being lie has di"'-- - Ins rev. ill er Iu another il till then is to stay Just where jmi are." oril.sl Hie duct - letui n from ol his mptnre, even bisirntiou i your aunt," auiUMsl at lite "Itut. hung it! I've ii. ver while reovnUlMjf the awkwanlneo. of his "What of tiint! YoitVi. ping to be introduced, aren't ) on, us MsHi us sliexetn hiNiief position. ,Iut then th door Ml nn ami Mary, It's nil right. She'll Imi tleisl emmg'i.' "Well. I iioul ln'l lw." rwMimli i!r. Rllis running hnstily down in miH that Jnrvis candidly. "Fancy lieing sw.xi I down ttpuii wasmriviii, with the erlice. iidmuie.1 Her-Ur- t lligly. Utiexievtrdly b two I'eifmvs, m of whou "O. Mi. llcrUnt. tlniik the lonl y.m'vo Mio hits never even ImhuiI .f ; Slie'll )p Into a w oomst," die guspl brpaUilewdy, "Mi Wil- av- - i V, i feurful rage; jou if slic doenu't. " hint's got a iNirxlnr hi tlie uiotet iimi tint The valise wr.s niiii. Herbert Higbv ': -flung ft into u is.rm-- nml surveyed the svIM. ssMml ll.ir. ami we're all s. aire. I u dntli with a twinkle in inn Imghl bine eyon. Ha with m t a tiwiii in the Ihmiw, sir. .larvm niw ' IIMt'. IN. .! II.ULSI s. rllre. was u good liiiii; voting follow of two atiil Kiw for the n He invin-tnli- l "IVflrglars!" llerUt was hnlf way uje twenty, in tV'iiiir rl- - at Harvard. Hit I i wco h.irws cnplur.sl frno ti "H. xireiits went in Kur.sjte, nod thst onlr ncces- - stairs a he spoke, lie wan In'wre a i lion, ' United Suites government, from dtii.Mn i.r A i'ASIIIO.VAIU.K WllfTl'RIi "What nmler tue win e Tom .iuttg thol he from other lm'lmv Ti.e lint are iHnrkr-- l slblo leltithc le du.l ak thKiiuni who Usttt exune A wig that will match one's own hair is lla? ill a greot old U. H., the MVieid are nnueu on lletuiti hatsi'ls4opteii to Uurt r.woof" group of ami Use third hne He by the mnVrs. when it enn lw h the little tarn- - no h- -. He ilepicls lei killing of nil ttimx lull. Aihdlli-cars., she Hi. wiiit Tt ir.iuv procured, ns most liecoining, but had nil tie- pu.n. ?ei wn ni 'in ol.l inaiiJ.amt fld womeM fell away to allow hU upprtKioh. ' leigler. nml 4ioril) after lns n white mnn Wics Utat. two or three shndes lighter than onu'.s ton llvelv tllg lioy ths tltriiM anil sti'l-nes- s Issiutlfiil k.voly girl Mk. Willaril that luktawagnn Nor are hUesiIiMt ciintlm-- l own nre ipnte creature stay nnislhm for eveiiing wear. with Iih nuutl of 1ht ii us wv.. s t th.l he And she had a burglar inktbecloeM, brave, tn men ami letrww. Twice be how how he Th fringe, too, still holds its own with in tliero very Hikxit. captured iiih wpinwh. nml ihh three women w ho have high foreheads, it is only splendid lit'le sul! The aunt Mt hurt. "1 unitt ym t.. f Mirrenilrred tmmiseirea women with low foreheads who can titlord to Tien. lu V.'iiUrd. Hot i. Mivil.rbert, Hut nli the Mirage's nrt U not .ier.iU-- l u that this u n honn" eha wnU iu u.i.tntetl .Mis Ashumt's m)toew. brush their hair severely Imck. lIe1IWie Uv moi. mmios of tbstfi, vM4enc ami murder lu on. nml "Come wo u y.ai In Making these artificial coitVurcs the hair like, stay a kmg a, y.at like, U wtnttvou out In no tune. H,. ain't afrmhl of nnUilu'! ' r0nmlc drnwinif he lehmtiM his mur is wjrked so skillfully into the fouud-itioas like w hen ) u are The tatcn stntijt h jaitiu Man. b WBy of liitroductioH The Humx nsl'm. nlligatim h' rlai: Mm WHIhiiI iTfwnteil ker star) So there to its length and ipinlity, and so'little always out, ami I wMi jum mmhl uke ue tit hair N used, in fact, that what nre called wesuiunn in the ckeet, after all. Where my woiy." 'feather weight headdre.-es- " weigh, it is So ho hail, and mm that lie had w onlv iimki Unit tiipl.l Tom 1CIIU bet claimol, only about of a real head lwv Hm ' " "HtoMul",", "1 U,n HO UH" cihiio hitmeif, btu browglit that Itkfh :liHl covering of similar apiieaaiice and design. way. pleae out of Kow, youth, Tom KlH, nkm aith him to s- -. Naturnlly curly or wnvy hair being used, over tiiimtny, ihi hii, surpruesi iu bis own thenf"Amlhewtj. hImiiU Ut turn taw key ts) the dampness ind ea nir a fleet it hut little. tcumiity and Hire dulmsus a tin their rerep-tur- n tkxjr w lien he ttttl, etrlflisj. A ruie ! Perhaps the greatest recoinmundntion of the than h i. fii.1 own. is tlmt otia can sliji it on wig or hendtlr.-vsued frmn the iirUi. "Not nt 'uie. ir,"'siiwl .1 ir, is, die fuuere-i- l the bead in an instant, and have always the "Herbert Iliffiiy. if you ojmss ttmt Uvw ma v Uutler, when tite two y.m-.io. 'ii nrnved ftn-g- i comfortablu feeling of having the hair fashve vow ! mirr wiU ' ITwre with two istrtmaiitenus m ,i cni. He was far tlie Ixinl ionably rirft(l. Our cut represents an elal)- an awful mistake; I'm nut a iHircbir. Till Ii Kll I CO A Mil llll.M too well trnlusl to show the nstottiehuteiit he orate feather weight wig. mu, Torn Kiiis'" Uikeu muiiially over a sUm r mhi.- ow -- -. -felt nt the mic.pet-to. SiTir-s RfD "bizr it was impinsMlile not to rrcsfgHhie tho- "f watr. In Half M.'mi's It iiiu-- t lw added that a rumor comes from ' a .ttlfis- p t -"We are going Utstay till Paris of a reaution against wigs, and that, wrvisl the jMirposx. fuuiilbir tou-a ui.I uow Herls-r- t explained with dlgfiitv. "1 su'ip. i ihehuiniy HprU'it ti.ii... aUiu: t . lit. .s.mponbiiiv there will bo an effort to abolish not only' isilr.covensl wii the same blnuVrt, we can huvo tlie iimtti mi the U'Mir over m ' fnlso hair but curling irons ns well, and it rfT A KITE TAIi. COM TLB ft!). "It's .Mr. Kiiis iu fiieml. woo CHinewith p'lHg U tleir tepee In nil tlire are mvii Will yi ii sink to me of tt- - ioa:.l. J My own plan is to us one jard of blue nnd aunt's. ,. i tsuintav, Uit how in nranUoo will lie considered bnd tasto to change the' eketcluw, liidHatiug tlmt the dlnry please, ami let me know as soon n the car-- 1 me to stay one yard of red flannel, nnd one yard of comnatural color of one's treses. French women lie over got luto thU ch-i- 't I eaiit MMCirtve. k.s.f wiv mther a JIiiitchiiutur one of tlm ruge retunisf" mon muslin. Three yards will U more than LiL-- rs are doing up their hair very simply, and in he's ill. Al any rate. If you will imxt imliwti iuu ami horw lift They wait.sl o few iikiukmiU in tlie Imitd- -' Perlia ' I ' enough materiil for thttxn'il of a kite six feet fact .Inking it solidly to allow of riding, kindly step out of the .wiv I'll see wknt the n-- lira Awrtiu irnin Iwve over kmiun Mime, clnTltsj..lrnwitig nMii. TIhii a im.el long. Tearing each into stri half nu inch daiici'ignud driving, without blowing in the invhtifri w j wide, I arrange them ns alietidy exjdaine.1 appMinst to say Unit the nooi wns rowdy, eyes or huugiiigdown tlio neck in loo-- e Inzzvs. i;ir- - t i.r h ttrtosMt of A soft liniwl lay on hi nrm. ami two Iiirg1' It.HIIX'l. ToHrrboit's Mirpriso, they follow is hur lip nnd shown in the ocoud cut. Tho lt is n two lllghtnof blue eyes looked into Ills. lliisuiml Mary, I .m n very linudsAnie stairs and by the it'airUiieHt .t very handsome kite tall. 1 I'nluts About l.inlnss. which lie hud swikcn to nuuthei u ln-- g. Inn ' "Aieyou quil'j, quite rurei" said the.lrnr ' IhhhmiI n oniHeilonn tlmstnst this morn fct. "Is there miilancsrl 1 should lor. Women whoilo their own dressmaking nre not us sunny and pluawtut, at the r of the Number One. forgive uiVNilf It .iiiythlug lirti.iK-iie.Wife- - HaiMM-Ml- te u vou Isimiul I Well, "sIpfsiMi often tixzled over the cholco of linings, and Iioum:. There was once a rather nice looking little "Nn, no ilougor, thanks," rliirnsl Her-- ' 3hi dldl the following hints borne in mind will be ii flniliMiTylhuicuiHiuTiirtablc. "I hoi. )..ii Ikjv who was called by his playmates Numlicr 1 tlnMight H. It woilkl found very serviceable hy them; tihi well ir." siild pretty Mnry, throwing tb iltxir Iwrt. s:irusl b 1 thU dulfghtful interi-- st in hit One. Tills might have lieen an honorable "It W. ltceixiie mof I dont Tmn. and, though Never buy blncK enmbru for n lining, n unt any imr A tire burned in the gnite, ami nvo a ' welfare. title, but unhappily it wasn't. Till- - Numlicr cosy the dye Is nioiv tlinu likjly to boll the under-air to the scene, "If there's anytblii" he w nu uliot to hnvegot luto such n fix, lie'i Isiuimts I ban I have now One was a desperate little glutton, ulld a good H DHAPEKV OK COX.SKHVAT0HV DOOn. You ilon't sunt nnothrr ami nenrr ear. For black tr.inspai ency or open cloths waiitcil uni'll ring, plrn, Mr. I'm worry not dniigertHis. I ran manage him, wlieii tin faliK)iinble boiuiett For o lurgo n door entirely self colonel deal of a mier lieside. His hand was always nlsuit the other room, sir, bur Miss Willaril coast is clmr." there are double faced sllicias, wliicii are give'. He liked eatThe wom-- n scutteieil, ami when the last W. Certainly not. black" on one side mid figured cream draery would lw soiuewhnt overK)wering, OJK.-- to get, but never to has that now," mid she 1ml vaulted from! color on the other. With lace or grenadine, to, us a sort of lrfickgroutid to th.over drn-- 1 ing good things in a quiet corner, and h their gnf liefnre Ilcrltirt luid tune to put hi, fkirt ImhI vauhbtsl, Herbert turmsl the ke ' Tlie liuslsind fell to the Door end ilfwl, and would stllir himself till be was quite ill. nmlr-rts- l with laughter as his friend steppisl now bis wife wonders whnt kill 1 hlni. jet or net, black silk lining is indispensable, Iery, half a width of richly colored, liold wonder into w oitls and soy: n melanctiol figure, llidissj.ni h, brocade, iu tawny gold shades, is used. and then core should be taken to get a fast 'p clumgo, now, who under the cmi.ipi is .Miss "Well, s nig rols-- of llaniiel nnd the .llMxiuvrtd fait The top drajiery Is half a width of China black. For light silks cretie do chine surahs, Willafiir I'fepuml lor the Kinrrxenry. he Mire. HxtilnnfttlouK ensllisl. nml after tin liiullb and embroideries, white linen, muslin silk, either entirely in dull Indian red or 'I "Itiug nml nsk," suggc-t'' Jo-la widow, to her lasy soin or lawn Is a good siilistitutn for silk, nml in which is prettier, but n little more trouble- "O, jchaw ! 1 can wait am find out. Prob- mniMSnt cnuMMif nil tlie tuuiult bud usenpul Herte-r- t J"b. hi'II ly around here until the wo.f lining the j.l.irt of any limp material printed some) showingglimps.- - heroaiid thereof pale ' ably some old frump sinking with my aunt. iipntairs to don his proiier nop.-tie- l told ll.e whole story to Ml- Then whslll j oil dol iilnld and the n'"" '" tho ilm-cambric, percale silici.i or very light calico gold. The long drnjiery nt the side should lw This isn't hnlf Ivnl, iifier nil; he, rom:" John (iiturailv; What d'ymi lll.ll.ls. I'm will bo found serviceable. It Is it good Iden a width and a hnlf, cut diagonally at one end And It an hour afterw-ir-- l that While tni-- wi re still men o n tl e funny k.s'pm' that 'eiegiiiihmdifl fell West Shie to save silk drosses, as they come in verv hiihiiiiki huh com. inreo lliilian reil mill tbooili.cpntloii ubove reeord"d took pine nicelj' for facings when not suflicient for an s?'"! ftmsaro tucked in the drnierv nt the top. Pisir Herbert hud ilisco.ered that he hod left mlMitiileritiimliug. aseci-m- l burl) burl; burn .t Coiopleip Thu "clumps'' of silk nre lxst formed by into the ball Mow. Mi. Ahunf, Jnrvis entire lining. His wiut" iHs'kt'c out in (.'ninlirldgp. ntnl McCorkl- e- S'nn'l the king of Slam oJicciiieu nruvcl all ut tin lu color light gray is generally Serviceable, pntheruig it up iu the baud and winding a bit Mrs. Ashut-- t w.issuch a stickler for etiquette and two bin) same time, in u state of unheui.l of incite- poltisl to In. rr ill v mie lime ago I flower wire or thread round the fold, then although, everything considered, it is s.f to without one would liaxr that to lia .lin-MrC'rackli I think he wus Wh) I ,ack up (us- sharp steel tacks) in position. have the linings the same shndo ns the dre forfeited her ami even toleralii"-- , for- ment audit wnsouly Iwith the gimtcit dilll McCorkle He Is renlvlng now. Un haj indiicisl to compreThere need lie no fixed plan for these clumps, material, black excepted. ever. There was nothing to do but loir ; culty that they could hend the whole story just married twenty now mm. Judge. which si ion lil be matin as one works nnd as loudly iicris tlie Common to b,i new ones. The imj.ccuicii were dlnmied with hand-si'inthe idea comes to one. The corner contains a I'm! terns or New llroi-uile- . The unpacking tliiistu-- , he Uule his friend As Ihr tips, and Jnrrls cleared himself Hid In Hie Tilde's lloll.iin, u luistv furem-il- , and st.t nut. Tom, left t. Patterns of tho new brocades npp?nr in seat with rich yellow cretonne cover, nnd yelfrom nuy suspicion tit oownrdlce by "My gtHsliiev. gracious," said Mrs. llilklus. general much smaller tliuu those of hist year, low Liberty silk cushion. The sketch, of the dr.ices mid desires of his own heart. hilarlr.g tlmt he knew nil the time it wai "What was that terrible racket!" dozed for u while on the sofa, woke suddenly, iu conformity probably with the more severe-ktyl- course, can 1x5 carried out in less costly ma"I don't know," replied her luuUii'l. I jumped up. nnd, wondering iwles-l- y alKtut jiut u sill) notion on the iurt of Mist, WllUrd. of drr.pery that bus como in lately. terial and in varied colorings to suit special rooms. Many of the designs aro in sympathywub. from window to window, regur.).-.-! thepnr,-- "H'uII ladu-- 'n. Vm!" he olwrvnl iu the gin- - it must hno been the tenis-ratur" -- WmsJiiiikIoii Post. kitchen that eMuitig. fulling spring. They nre crocuses, snowdrops and eilectl) fuuiili.ii si't illlltl he had Cleunliig Wo.Hlwork. When dinner was finally served and every-tlllltlie like. Another new pattern is made up with the backs of tlie Iioiim--s on I Itickiicv elilaiii.w to - Miusfuctloii, Save tlie tea leaves tor n few days, then K.ir.e .if IIhIiII. street, of which tlie view entirely of leaves. s it seemed as if tic iiuid steep them in a tin il or paii half an hour, and ilis'tiir tifter the railroad acciileiitl Are KATINO .V A QtlKT ( OHVKtl. of the Asluirst through n sieve and use the tea to wash lind strain Helisiked at I'Ls watch. Only .' i.'eliH'k )ou imicli hint) The 'nrrst .lacliets. One day a kind henrtisl lad, with a droll given wnv U'fore the flurry of the Railroad (Jfllcial ifainil)) I must stitivis-l- y The jackets hero sketched represent two of all varnished wdut. It reipjires very little way of putting tilings, preached Numlier It was nli. inly growing ilurk, for tlie winter l un amiability Aunt Ashtu-sacts as strong de- One a little sermon. It did Numler One ufterirt'r. wro at their shortest, mid light- diHIne to furnish any inforuiathnil the newet Kngllsh spring designs. The most time nnd lalmr, as the Puck. Itself; put on her new false front in minor ot tergent, cleuiising the paint and brightening good, mid, ns ir is sis.ible t striking iut alwit one is the large s)ine other lsy ing tlie lamp, with a sigh at the hours that the occasion, welcomi,! HcrU'it with t the varnish. It cleans oilcloth mid any var- nnd girls might profit by it, here it must ellipse dinner nt , he sleeves. A s,,.i,.. I'lf-t. The trimming round the Vleeon. nml when she found that Tom Kill' tJeeveh ut the shoulder is also rather new, nished surface, wadjes window panes nml "I wonder .what would happen if every- search for n, lsik to while away tho time. Is en one of her deH rest school mirrors. It will not do to'uso on any uuvnr- - thing turned selfish on a sudden I What A Ifible, a pr.iyer InkiU-- and "Thomas a' lllotlier had though the sleeves of dreess have mvn ornaIi lends hnlf n century uiro. she ilterallv fell nishisl surface. Take n small quantity on n would happen if mented iu this manner for some time past. the Sun got crusty liecmtve Keniius' on the table; "How to t'rovhel m flannel cloth aud rub on lightly. nu. iiwt rf lliiit e,nlrnis-wJ,M- iil we noticed his sjsitty face, and put up his and "The Young Houv)ke,.i.r'H k,.,w1,,-.,,w ept. : shutters and vowed ho would hereafter sell luorimiouirtr; it ureeK 1xio.hi Mis Willaril, who turned out tibetidU- Itieakf.ist .Monies. his daylight by yard measure! miioug HerlsTt's lH)ts in a chair. Tlmt wu taut connection of the AshursU, who hud "Suppose the Wind got milky at lieiug the exiuit of Die literature the rism af- lieen invited One pint of flour, a pinch of salt, fresh to make a 111 tie Ms, i lu lUmtun milk enough to mU to a thin batter, three culled nimes, and vowed he'd never fill an- forded. "Wh), I saw a hbrary on the floor bulow on tlmt account, lookisl tivi Istwitchliigly ggs Is'iten ligbtnnil mldeil to tho Imtter just other sail uiiIpmi he had his day's work paid pretty for before baking. Grease well three sots of for lu hard cash, and if the Water swore it as we came up," thought Mr, Kills to himself , at IhiU-r- t words iu u pink iiiuslm.nnd smiled tieross the lossou the table until brilliuntl) What's to hinder my slipping "Gem" pans, fill with the batter nnd set them would not do man's dirty work any longer, the was haif dlstructed She was as iu a very hot stove. Iu fifteen minutes they nnd the Air would not be drawn into our down to get a Uukf The aunts out, nnd bright as sho was lovely, aud chatted away should Is) dime, and, if properly made, as lungs what then! And if Sleep were toiwy: none of the mtviiiI will be round tho-- e re iu a Piiuudeiphin brogue so gay!) that they light as jNKsililc. No lard must 1m put in 'I'm sick of rocking nil you people to rest, gioim. Mum's tlie word' ' There was soinethiiig nbout tlio idea of till.' weie in a brisve of laughter all the evening. you may henceforth Henwalenll night' and them. . a And when and if all these things liappune.1, us hnpieii stolen expelitioii wonderfully taking to a room si.,. jtt the) got Imck into lliodunuing down at tho jingling old piano I'fg l'liddln. they would if those kind ministers to our youth of ndventurous tastei, and bis wpirlts nnd sang iiki.ivi:hio tiik i.ikst. "Kathleen Muvournix-ir'mid-AulPut in a glass dish a layer cf rpongo cake; wants were as selfish ns some josiple, what roe at once. 1'autioiisly putting his head K.'biii (l.tiv ' in her clear, sweet vou-e- , while The "l.uiiiieii" or "HiiintneiV " Hall is one out of the door, ho saw no sign of life, heard ufter soaking the slices iu sherry split some would nceomeof usl the ..mug men llstenisldellglitcilly, and Aunt of tlie great uiinunl events nt Vieiniu, und is nk-"Now," Niid the lad, "let's nil learn from "0 w""1'. '"it from far below there cmne junt llgs iu halves mid place a layer on the iu her dim corner, wImsI nway jjitronlge.1 by tlie Austrian nrlstocrney nnd ill it stlggeniiou Hint ft Ashurst.oNer cake; then cover this with custard and 'fill the grand old Sun, the jolly old Wind, the mu luiiiiesi. even royalty itself. The one given recently u surreptitious tour , to lie generous. Yes, let's he well cooked dinner was in progress. The the dish with layers of cake and figs, cover- solt out Iu Schwendch' Colosseum uttrncted over 3,000 Did iiii)thiugcoineof ill Well, all I know-iM'HI.N'U JAOKKTH. ing thu whole with custard nt flie lnt. generous,'' and oir he went, singing a bit of halls were very dimly llsjlited, uud Tom, that class nay llerliert High)' cnpluroil isisons. A .strictly enforcisi rule was for Tills jacket is faced in with velvet, and llrandy somewhat diluted can be used iiistud song something like this: issuing fortli in the excitement of the moevery one to go attired ns a rogue of some looks very pretty worn ojieu. It is iinitossiblu of sherry if preferred. ment, quite forgot what n ridiculous figure the last handful or Dowers from tho tree, und nirt. A grim collection Hupioiuc:the itrass should forget to grow, of thieves, lieggar he wus iu Herliert'sbath wnipof gray tlaiinel, that he immediately pruseutol thoiu to a to inuke much alteration iu tbecut of jackets, ) Aud thewayklile rose should feixetto blow, lieautiful girl in ii big hut, who wussitting IlecaiiM- - they were tired and lazy; which trailed after him on the floor. k the bUaM.--s luvo not nlterisl. The other Novelties III Sliver. Suppo-Jn- g children forgot to he kind, jacket is of gray cloth, with n reil silk collar. ' The librar) was uuoii'iiiiisl. of couie. A with Mrs. A.shur-t- . The following novelties are noted in Jewel "Who Is t hist f" snid souioof the fellows. Forgot their lessons, forgot to mlinl The addition of the short, loose sleeves gives lamp burning faintly eu.tlil-- 1 luio to see tho Wouldn't the world seemcrazyf ers' Circular: titles of the iiiany Ixwks that filled the "She's just --.tunning.-' it a novel look. "Why," cried Tom KIH, "haven't )ou Russian silver is gaining more ami inori sbelvo, and, selecting one of Cooper's novels Ills Fate. I'uhioo Kclioes. prominence, and is introduced in articles o. ana "ianiet uerou.in, lie started back, well heardf That's Rigby's llance. Tim engagit-uien- t A child, a fine little fellow of S years, said planed M.th the success of his quest.' announced Uslay " M. K. W. in Skirts are lieing made with no imitation every description. Ruvsiau silver is iinder-- I Ut ii isileruld. sthlng of which his mother disapproved, hiirrt.y hui, j1B ,.rowrtl ojieiiing nt the side, that is either buttoned or stosl to mean that peculiar treatment iu when he tp a.-i.- .. laced up with ft thick cord. A good deal of enamels seen In Hussion work. This is of the nnd she proceeded to reason with him. fiPiv I, .,.,.- -! win, "I do not like to hear you s,ak in that .ju, etul of tue long, imrrow corridor there (Ure lei rreparlng Hie Food. most varied description and is extremoly orbrniilis still usisl. oil mean to lie funny, but you nre ftppe(irwl the apparition of a beautiful young milliner. U'heu ii is time for nourishment or medi-cii.- e (iowus ure garnished with flowers in all namental, Imi proinjil to Klrl-- tll, slight, very blonde, dre-v-d give it, but always within a Hftbysettof knife, fork nnd spoon of Rusforts of fancy fashions. One dress will 1m The little fellow btii-s- t into tears, and Mid, white gown. One hand was pressed to her out talking it over too much; and if it is decorated with flowers diagonally from tho sian silver nre among novelties. The smmiiis tlie his sobs: . if I., fri.-i- .t n.iii,-n,i,- ... i.i bitter cup that is to be prescribed, have hnve deep round bowls, and ure comparative- amid shoulder to the hem; on Another they ore armother, you have the secret of my the uantHe of lha (J something agreeable to follow and a cheery ly large for small hands. ranged trellis fashion at the hem. life. I am always ir.eaiilng to lie funny, nml AI'.lllVAt. AT THK BALI, nOOM. lu,8 Krf, flannel ,bt',1 w rap burst utsin word. If it is tho food or broth, hare it preDress skirls grow plainer every day and Silver candelabra aro about half the usual 1 turn out rude' Poorbov! Hewnsnot ulone in Ids hHIIis. tom's recollection with hideous distinctness. pared outside the kick room and broucht burglors, iduds, hangineu, drunkards, etc, bodices more aud more intricate. height, tlie stems curving upward from the Uls one thought vru to escape. But to get quietly and, above all, in an attractive was the result. Among the queer feature of tion. Tho mwest bodice is one that fattens down liaso uud interlacing. Cundelabra were never , This true story is told of a little relative of up stairs again was out of the question, for to the patient, bearing in miud that a form the altair little, wire the arrival of guecU la the left, side from the shoulder. It eotaiU more iu laslilon for the dining table. i Mr. T. A. Trollop, who had learned lu child- he was close Iseside the charming Tislon. lftiutily proentad, will be much more ac- - wooilen Isox. or cofflns. Many were drieea' Kutvcs und forks with bundles of Russian hood, says(Exuiiiiiier, what s.)ihm people are A door halfway down the corridor caught ceptableand partaken of with more benefit to the door on cxpresu much trouble in fastening aud for that reawagons, while In finding out. son is not likely to be wpulr. baif a silver am novel. hls eJe( w cimet probably; and without a than a Ittrgerquantity.-Go- od re carted by hand in wheelbarrowi. Hotwekeeplng. pre-.--n- ot lresnj;vigs "'"I 1'rlngrs Still I'lipiiliir, lut their Oicriluow for the Coining Season Tlireiitciiu.1 by u I'micy fur u Natural C'ilnnr. Many women "make up" their bends nowadays, nnd the Custom npwnr to lj jopHlnr nmnug English women. A Loiulon milliner is credited with the remark that she hns t lw very careful In taking oir her customer' bonnets, for fewr their Imir should come oil, too. It inii't not b supKxsl that wigs are worn for the puroaof concealing Udditevs. Nothing of the kind. Of course, a good ninny wigs n iimjuritv probably are worn u conceal defects; hut they nre alw largely worn by women who don't want the trouble ef doing up their own hair. A w ig cm lie dressed on a block, mid it i riuil - iirtfuilv on nu latic foundation that it Ills too tightly for ween tint fa the difference and the. trut to lw discovered. Only the finest hair is used. A wig ninker says that there Ungrcntdo- nmml for re. I blown hair now. It will be the lxmnlnr color of the mklsoii. Oohieu hair is crying out en ipilckly that presently there will lie none of it left. Stfjles nf llulr li-rlsl- ly lt I , one-thir- s the following practical directions from .(lost IIouvkcipiiig are of interest: Take down tlw curtains carefully, shake them briskly to scatter the du-- t which clings to the upper fold- -. Have ready wash tubs nearly lil its with until water n tub for each Kiir of curtain. If taken down in the mottling, let them souk till the next morning disturbing them, tlien wring the water (Hit of them. If they still approver) dingy, nld fresh water; for If they ate very much soiled it will take leentil soaking mid several change of writer to render llyi. them lit for washing. If there are curoful wushi in they can then lw put into the regti- lar wash, iiihI lw gently pressed and rubbed-witthu liunds, then boiled or senlde.1. Iet them dry l?forc starching, and, if torn, mend them. I'se clear stich j ml let It Is well United. Thoy must be made rather llni- tier ihun stiff, and should not stand out in ilrm foals wlaii dry, or they will lo- - tlieir lace like characteristics. After starchim: lmnj; them ituvfully oer the line, but not sr, as to stretch tliein. 1 hey should remain on the line till u little mote than half drv. In the meantime have u sheet (one for eurh cur- - j tain spivad Hit and tacked on the floor uri pinned on the careful, tf on tiia latter, to leno no wrinkles in tlio sheet. When the curtains are nearly dry, double each one in half, placing end to end, if long curtains. Then lay each curtain on a sheet and pin the hemmed ends neatly and carefully to one end of the Tlien ro to the folded cud and draw t!i:it down by the sides, lieing cautio'ts uUmt stivtchiug out the ecu-4- , ter. lieave no wrinkle. Tin down the sides flrbt. Ruing from those to the center, keeping nil oven liuu always. If ikvsmIiIo keep the edj;es from drawing ' Into jxiints, placing thu pins closo enough to prevunt It. Change the pins If it tiecoiues CfT 1. MAKIXO A KtTK TAIL uneven, looking carefully to stst whero it The tail of a kite diwn for the kite precisely must lie done. All must 1m done gently or what bnllast d(xs for a .ship. No vessl w ill tlio lace win hule out when dry. At sOOll mil well and Meadtly unless Iter ballast is ns dry they are ready for putting up again, properly mljtuteil; and the same principle nud l I present almost ns giwMi anapjient-tressc- s applies to kites. A bad kite with a good tail mice as if new. will lly lift u--r than a good kite with a bad ITce curtain should mvor li irumd, us tail. I will explain the way in which n tail is often done; they show numerous bulging should ! made. places where the Mee has been stretched: Generally s.enklng. the, tall should 1? four besides the jiress injures the effect of thu times the length of the kite. Tie one end of design, often warping n flower or leaf toouu a ball of twine to some object that is Ilrm (I tide. always use a door knob), and pnx-ets- l to make an ordinary slip knot (No. 1). three or four Drapery fur h Liu-gi- . Door. feet from wheie the twine is faiteiid. Two The ducoratioii for a conservator v dixr knoU. nre shown in the diagram shown in the cut will erv. for anv double Into this slip knot ills, rt one end of n strip door which from its width ts something of of tlnniiel, cloth or calico, half an inch in insK mi urnie gracetuiiy. nils sUetcli was width and half the length of the kite (No. J), arranged for a room with rich, tawny yellow nnd pull tlie knot tight tNo. 3). Then make imjier, red and gold frieze and carjiet with nnother limp two and n half inches from the Indian ieil ground. first, ami proceeds iu the first ease, continuing in like nrtnner until you have a siitllcleut quantity. The next thing Is to trim the strips-- , graduating tiiem like thoso in the msajiuI illustration. luHiie, 1 din-grai t I for Dolus Ui l.nre Curtains Ir . .Nicely In the Homo I t Among tlio most of oorntions djiltii; house clconing time is that of wash- ing the lace curtains. Of nuis it is ndvis- able to ha it done by n professional cleaner, but, as in many cases they inut Ihj washed nt INSTRUCTIVE FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. AND Neglected 1'ortlon of a Kill t'liiln Directions fur .Matting h flood ami llnnil-oin- e Titll That Will 1're.eut the Kite from Darling. Much has lieen written concerning klt and how to lly them, but n writer in St. Nicholas, from which the neooinpinyitig nre repri.l'teod, minks that pm-sattention lm noi lieen paid to one lmKirlHiit part of the. subject that is. the making of the kite's tall and he elves the follow lug practical ttuiwtioiis f inten-s- t to all kite .til Important lint Sometime f!iod.liy." liant no iIubwi- - word for omllirsirt' frieatl ; hlKi n 1k Journry to the vrorkVa far ewl, AtMlKeamonrMMil with rilntc; tawnKay, Ah iwlo hln h ho ntejs o'er the w.iy W (IikmI-I'.' We. nay It for on hroir or for ywr; W (siy It HtittMitgr "Ci" it cbnfaed Wt I e sny it enhny, koj- - It with a klm; And yet wo hme ih tKher wnrti than thin I j I AHhc TV llllit whotMawsout jv t I he wnHdatw Wa wo htv nimI those we hutis We My no trtflfv in partUis. At hre'n jale, ( to taoee iy, fr n nlxht 0-xlb), flngle Moment's lieltutioti he rtuhtsl for the n promiseit. Shriek after alirlek rant the nil-- , nod a he gnlncil hit ntfiigo lie buard n cwlft rush of sfclrl itMiiln Uiwnnl lil.n, while In & MiHiml tlio kev tnried linrply in the lock, and oor Thomas, in ncold inspiration, real i mil tlw iKirrible truth tlmt he wos u Wiouer in u nml hi n IhUIi wrap. Strang" I'Mi-"Help. help, help!" crhil the clear voiing voice Jiint iHiKlda tho door. "Murder, fire, thievos JarvU! Mary! ftlleii! Com ipihMt, tlMivan utirg lar here! I've get him in the elosot!" There waa amind of nmny buri'tiuj feet iiHiu ine stain. NA'iiimtiu win. e, AN How n INDIAN'S PICTORIAL Warrior III DIARY. Slum Vuri.m Chronicled I ly , ' ' ' I In 1AW, nlille retuniitig to Nelnwlm Cltv frmn Mnntnmi, one .1 S Moore met Hie S1mi.t chief Half Mooii. Ttmy iiiiituiillv j.vted toiieli otiierVexisteitce, and wneti the Milenpient delmte emie.1 Mr. Mo.no xvns dead. Among tho various artiehs, of trhlt- Half Moon nihil the eorH. were u blank note Imok ami nei. With tin materials D.l.. Ills M 1 0 ' SiWlV JWK i. C nr J 'nlnjt.ni 9uw. "I'm not h iMirginr,' thoote.1 Mr. KUis In i 4 CAunirr. si. Is-f-ell "U, iiet, lin; s. j ss-- j, .- r if ruo-essfi- d hiriiiil ' w - whit.-w.mte- j ln-rt- . a i I 7 J 1 - I "nMIIOIllfil s. i iw - pH-tii- Mm wrwt-- Tim ' il ,V A uti --n- l. s 1 -- re-u- si i 1 nrr I ' . I , pat-tcrne- .1 Kx-m- it, I ' ' ; nl s V , niiie s M m ' sl - e brill-lantl- Mt-ri'u- o (imw s ! s tui-nii- m ) ivoi-nsti1.- ! cou-iini- iit ttilT-lies- y N-- i ' black-velve- ! -: foiv -- n n 'M-- i I ' in-r- ; SuPMi v i j t" i: e s j Uo-to- "1-her- 0 aT B' o n w. ratmiiTir. nfgi r ji . Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal! Wasted. Fott To buy . JJ mil yoiinutiilvus. . Mrs. .lolin M. lMilllps. . w Sai.r or renttliu Girpontor Huuso. K. Csirpcntur. k CWALTON.BUH.ManaRer MEANS Apply to I). A Nr.w 3 $A.B.4ROBERTSON&0BRO. Nowhere do our Low Cash Prices, together with the extent and variety of our stock, meet with more appreciation than among the people of Lincoln. They know that they get full value for every dollar that they spend with u. We call your attention this week to a variety of articles that we have not before mentioned; also some that can well bear repetition. BUSINESS. received at ami novel Hue of nornIn tbe ".Model firoeorv." llrst-eliiK- jntt S'cils, frcwlt run! l.wiiitKfn'H (iar-U-(Jo to Howlnnd for liuiiiiiuv A. K. l't'iiny. ?1 pur doxen. I'ntnk Cordlor. Watciikm nnl jewelry reiiuiml and . viirrunU'tl. A. It. IViniv. Ij.wiohpt and best nesortiimntof IIbIhii"; TiiEbvNt plncu to buy tlruH, patent . .MeKobiirta'. CkII and muillrincM an J toilet nrtiolim in at A. H. tueklo at V. nee. I'ennv'H. .. 1. f .1. mmum. juv your hcuumi (iiuiikm, jiik, tttt.Intil Hahiiodsri no is hot for water works pi'iicilH niul hrhonl mipplius of nil riper, E now. Another cum of locking the stainilh (rum A. l(. rminv ble after the liorM? is stolen. photo-Kniplim 1 1 ! LADIES' VESTS. FANS. DRESS GOODS. 1 HOSIERY. PERSONAL POINTS. Mns. pneumonia. Foil Hunt. .My house and garden, Win. Dvwsos is very ill will) l'lnro has on it an abundance of fruit of all varieties. Mrs. K. C. Helm. Miss M. S. Loo ix, Hustonville, advertises her millinery goods in another Mm. W.i). It. Auvrorr, of Casey, has luoved injunction City. Miw. Hii 1'oik ii, of Somerset, is visiting Mrs. (ieorjre I). Wenrofi. Mis M o. it. Wkmii went up to Pino ill Wednusday to see her fntliur. Mi" Kati: II mi. lias returneil from a rotraeted visit to friends at hoinorhet. Mixsiis. Wm. Mt Coiui.uk and (J. A. lMiedict went to .Middlcsboro lnutlay. Mhv X. J. Ti hi:i: is making some de-- i ..led improvements in. ber cottiii;e on 1 column. Mil. IUhuI it and rail on her. 1 I John M. Rkiii has icceived n dispatch from lion. Hreck Jones, of New Decatur, Ala., informing him of the arrival of a girl in his family. already two boys. There weie Wk have many more clippings from 1 Kim ud was admitted to Mike Owsley's pretty daughter, return- - bail in the sum of ?.'0,000, which lie readily gave with amllliomdio or two on I to school at Louisville Wednesday. Mus. I". I1. Owsi.kv U Heelni; after the the bond. The judge thought from the ulinury deparlment of the Myers House evidence that confinement in jail would kill him. in the absence of her mother. Mlts. M. S. I'kttix, who hius been Iris two weeks old, but we didn't her brother, Mr. V. II. Miller, re- - hear it till Tuesday. Unit Mr. I'ortei C. irned to her homo at Louisville yettur- - Sandidge had assumed the dignity of a . ..v. tnkiiiK with her little Miss I.uuIh paterfamilias. The youngster has been Miller. named Stow art, in honor of his maternal Miss Fwstx I'oirrwoon, the jmtite beauty, who bus imulo many friends durMahi;hti Dbitii. Mr. W. O. John-sou- , ing her sUiy here, left for lxiuisvillo yesstay bho will while coupling curs on freight train terday, where after n short turn U her home at Fort Worth, Tex. No. :KI, at.Corbm, WedneMhiy night, was Hon. It. C. W hhf. was here Woilne.-.'.i- caught and mashed through the body, reluming from Somerset court and killing him almost iiistaully. He fell ou occasion to correct the rejwrt mude the track and one of his legs was fearful I. . the Iuisville Times that he wonM ly mangled. The body was brought to 1.- a undidstit for delegate to the const! Rowland, where a young wife, shortly to He nevur thought become a mother, awaited, crushed alconvention t ilKiuul Auditor m theotHco his most to death herself by the sudden of Hiich a thing. for him and to blow. Mr. Johnson was fiom Jetlerson (KMidshiive .slct-win. Il they believe the people will I'lwt county and was about I'd years o.'d. MlfS KlI.KV (flMM.KK vis-itiii- K VeHs, X. M 'indd internsts. mer Mam. Warren's proposed candidacy for audiMil. M.J. 1'aiikis luft Wednewlay for tor that werecrowded out of this issue. , the newspapers relative to Hon. R. C. where lie has much They will appear in the next. - . - - 0sI.K, Jlldl' Cimu.Ki ,r ou will be locr by buying, In "fast blacks" we have SOLE llurty different styles of stylish X'c, Ladies' Ribbed white Ar,:vrv fnr n,nvil, of n, Japanese folding Fans at 5, 10, 15, 'your Spring Dress before seeing ..,,cerless and sleeveless Vests. nnd ..Qcanfaaf Wack Real Lisle thread Vests' 20, 25, 30, .jo, 50 and 65 cents, our line. ..Nowhere else wi you Hosiery. We refund the money 53C . , ... t . , with Silk tape draw strings, in Tarty Fans at Si, Si. 25, $1.50 and see such variety and cheapness. ,. any . pair mat laues, crocus or lor up to SS. 50. 60c will bi all wool Henrietta 4S white, pink and blue. rubs off. They arc perspiration inches wide. Durable and stylish Silk Vests, usual pi ice 5;c, Pure prool and washing docs not affect ,40-in- . Knglish Mohairs at 37 cts. S5 cents. the color at all. We also call your - 1... v m.r.i. . -. (attention to several new features, that would be ,cheap at 05c. Itng- - such as spliced heels and double , ,. : . im,. if .. j.w 1. ...i.v. v.w..mig ui .1 a in., hi ks at &?c is t hi? host har- . - Wlii fhfrL-- X'niiKnnk. soles, that will double their wear. 'w- - ' graduating Dress to buy, it will offered in Printed 15c, Full Regular Striped pay you to come to see us. We Silks.' You should sec our AcPlaid India Linens, worth Hose. have an elegant line of over twen- - cordion Suits; they are very pop12c. 25c, Full Regular "Peerless" Plain India Linens 25 per cent. ,ty kinds of Laces, Nets, Gauzes, ular and cheap. Black Silk Dra- Black I lose, extra quality. &c, in all colors, such as pink, pery Nets and Laces from 75 cts. under price. 33c, "Peerless" very fine Gauge 25c, Pure Linen Lawn, black or blue, canary, black, white, cream, to $4 yard. Black Silks from 75c Hose, high splice heels. green and heliotrope. We men- to S2.50 yard. We can not in white. 4SC, "Peerless" Ilighsplice Heel 23c, Mock Applique Apron tion a few of the tastest sellers: 75 this space give even an idea of the and Double Sole. Muslin, worth 35c. cents for 50m. all Silk Mull; S5C extent of our line of Dress fabrics, Lisle 48c, "Peerless" low-nec- k ... PARTY j WHITE 7c, GOODS. mrofsriTTin 1 ' ... Bal-brigga- n dull-finis- h graud-Jathe- r. r- - v - . d oomeand JnSel11G;TrVOrth if,.S0; wehPe'ou . .Thread Spliced Heel, very fine S3c btripe what we have. All requests for) Gauge. 50c,' "Peerless" French Ribbed "India Pongus," a new and very Fish Net; Si. 40 Plaid Tinsel Gau- - samples will be promptly an-- j desirable wash fabric, usual sold zes; $2 beautiful Satin Stripe and swered. Lisle, Spliced Heel. ,side band Nets, &c, &c; all Silk for 25c Send for samples. 70c, Black Silk Hose s"rahs-'oc- MISSKS' And CHILDREN'S HOSE. There arc so many sizes Armures, worth 75c, and prices in these goods that wc We have just opened 5 pieces Si. 15. finest French Organ- can not take the space to mention of Koechlin's Black Knglish MoWe arc the only store in Central 75c, 50-iprices. Wc carry five complete dies, new colors and designs, at Kentucky Kid 1itifc frrm z tr n In ("""ntton "Poor- ' that fits on rw- Gloves. hair. ?7'-;- . are the llhcse ,..,i. : S3c, . Priestly Silk Warpless.,' lack ic'es from - to so . ... ........ ...-,..:fw We kceP ovcr stock. All kinds and prices, un Henrietta. ? cents. Two full lines Ribbed dull for either party or street wear. dressed and glace, button and Priestly Nun's Veil- finished "Peerless" Lisle Hose, 55c, 40-ifrom 5 to 9; prices from 35 to 60 mousquitaire, fitted to the hand. ing Bordered. . Buy from us and have your gloves Surah Twilled Serge, cents. Nowhere except in the Si, Gloria Silk Umbrellas with cities will you find such variety, to fit. a bargain. excellence and cheapness. gold caps. S 15 CENTS in- - wi j ORGANDIES. 1 BLACK GOODS. KID GLOVES. I ,.i ..... 40-in- ,- n. 95 CENTS. I 50-in- 26-inc- h J.nit CITY AND VICINITY. v bw and beautiful line of one and ghnlny clocks at W. It. McKobeitV. A nm Foiitmvs oilers his hotel for and fully describes it in another colsile umn. It has buen ruining for two days, but Itrer I'reeley promises clear and colder weather to-da- m m m Wiiij.n you want old newspapers to p it under your carpets remember that you can get tlium at this ollko at M Wii.i.njis, the man who hauls express signs to tho depot and mails letters without stamps, pays that he was a soldiei in the Meiican war a year or so, lieutenant sn the militia a few more, deputy sheritl :5 years, kept hotel I.I, was postmaster .1 ami farmed the rest of his life till he wont to hauling express, but he never was nnd novor could be an editor, bo-cause his mother whipped bun for lying once and he promised her never to tell another. Mr. Williams is mistaken in the reason he cannot be an editor. His head is in the wrong place. Mit. Kkibkn absent-minded A. B. T I v 11 ROBERTSON&" BROTHER, 2&Jl.T1T STREET, 3D.3Sr"V"I31iIjEl. Turnpike Election. GOOdS The Mo. khoUlersofthe Ituh IlratRh Turnpike to meet atHuUle the its.ilurdayii Ilite.tcfor the eiisuinK loeeit a lUwtrfol C i.IU'Ns rrewc cnt. Mid ytr LADIES am . -- 11 ReCCivinCT . Fresh iinolifiea tiny. Inrluilliii? all . ihp Laleit NoNfllii1 in .. It will iwy yaui.i K"' IK1.NCII M1I.I.IM-.IO. 1.. f.... ...... ki.ni. ..l.ju h.n. r.y t s 1. 01. AN, Hut.nMil l6 Having secured the services of 1'iu.sk Ci.bm, who was sentenced to I ,l(cr for ale ptU.ilely my Karm Lnunnllic old age. ol .rti ais'Hint of m our accounts and life imprisonment for murder in Harlan ,M Lewis I.iiufonl pine, near the Simf nl ami from bun.. I ofler (nt mIb pniatel) m nrarly til)i Kler, m , Lancaster piWe, anJ runninR intiftot notes with Harvey llolin for collection. county at tho fall term of the court, and cnuminK 112 AcrOB Itu well imprul. hai (formerlvmllod in the Hotel no in occupie.1 b k) , StanHjrd, the St. Asiph ( in a the fbruimiv and fixtim He will be found at Hill A: Mcltoberts who has been in jail here seven montliF, ...Uitern. an.l Hie land me at fine stale tail. .n r Mits S I. (,,;!W;r1l?.c'?,'k' awl alo e i m.H.teIn;ibl ktLatisl on Mam tieet. The llou-law ollice. Owsley A Craig. jN has a lai?e and ilnirable awaiting the result of his application for nini mtheteiitrc of busmes, prontabt. It is patrniui(i and i iloing u used on the a new trial, was taken to Frankfort Weda ubsianti.il bntk buildinc ..f over 30 ro..in,iih m agent for the rollers MawV Election. nesday, the Court of Appeals having deln .t(' non lor mervrwndlint;, a iil p.Uent gate ou exhibition in front of the and other appurtenance Wi; have placed all on-h- cents per 100. - Farm Por Sale. FOR S.3LI.E. HOTEL PROPERTY. OTH. THOS DALtTOJSr, OF CHICAGO, I am now fully prepared to do ALL KINDSS WATCH WORK AND All work warranted and promptly done. 1 Turnpike t 1 and can supply those wish- nied it. Clem claims that he killed his M'h) a toie house and lot m l!u.toniillf, Ki rhc annual mrvting f the stockholders of Ihe mnii to prevent him from killing Clom's ing them at factory prices. T. J. Hatch-Turnersville. McKinne) fi. Coffe' Mill rurnpike Stanford i a prosperous town with a population father and that he would do the act Kad Co.illle held at Ml Salem hrt Saturday rupidl) incirasinK. in a prorerou section; of if he knew he was going to be in Mai. iSoO, atoa m for the .urputcur elecllDS hasv". railnsid with pmsp..ts lor again is ot two and ll.unl of Direcmrs for the enuti a IWuli-rimembers of the Merry Hacbelors hung. It will be remembered The place lor Hotel busini, nnd a desirable coTimuni-10 J J MCM.sjUiin'i that dur car, in Hop Club are requested to nvet at K. C. ing his trial there was a jail delivery at TeimsunJlurther parti- ulars ma 'e had bi Saturday evening. Milbrf. 0sj(v, ntiiirmor wjmIi Walton's room at M C I'OKIMAN Stanlord Harlan C.-and that he refused to to bo transThere is important business leave with the other prisoners, bo sine acted. whs he of Acquittal. he .tiaichoMrrsofllie HatiEinc Kml ' Orten tor Kiver I urnpiVe Road Co will meet at N arc Kaiu- - has established a branch A, J. Like Insit.imk. Dr. John 11. Owslev. at MiKinney firm Saturdif In M) . 1890. fr the llojird ol purposfof eleitniK a l'reident and photogiaph gallery in Midway and will Standard under Rules i, 7 and who takes no stock in tire insurance ami go there once a month to make negaj rVEXSi ,,, !1 PKKTF.ND1.R but little in life, has been tiguriug ou tives. Helms just leturned from his policy of the late Levi Hubble, which f Dictator and Winona b Almoni. So the hrst visit. b) Unicwood Mtd.im ho has for collection, and finds that if Sen of Hamhletonian, dam A. Kverheart Hundley Mr. Hubble had Kwsiiikm-bl.fiilv Ua. Lafeller l, Amrr invested the amount he e ican Star. .1 dam lta The annual um tins for th' I'lwuoimf a Lick bas begun the erection of a $:S,."00 has paid out ou the policv and com b llamblct' nun Knob foi lhof l)ins.ior and Ifcianl about 100 vards from the toad on pounded the interest each year, his es- lurupikf Co. will hold at tin Fint National ad dam Ml Stevn by Kilwin Forrcn 1S00, and id dam Tally bteien Dy Mami rino Chief first Saturday Bank, tho Danville pike, which will be a very tate would have had 27,o!H).U, instead nockholStiiiitonl, h.nby notifnsl in Ma. Icr aiv Hay Kiihmond, sire M Kit, reronl 17, wid CLII'TON KOWL1.K, Vie ,fr one. sire of dam of St Cloud, record . .1 handsome of the $10,000 it is to get in June. In Xot0 Laniet, brown with right front heel and lift hind pattern white, foaled May . , i68t Tins I r is useless to call the attention of the lSiW Mr. Hubble took a 10 year paid up ii a handsome and very stilish colt, huh finished and with 5re.1t mimular power, hit. Iej.'s and feet ladies to Messrs. A. It. Robertson A: Ibo.'s policy in the Connecticut Mutual, on arc cood. ilisaUion isopenand trapp and hi ihoivcd a ad. They are dead sure to read it and which he had to pay J7S!) a year. On it IlusloiivilV bretdiiis eiifllent l'retemler is last, sire ThcuiK khold.rs. of the Stanford hbeial he paid out in cash $7,MH) and has been TuinpikrCo mil hol.lllulr annualA ilnon for a iju.irter in 35 oioud and is hv Diit.itor, than ol 3 nake it a point to go to see the any ceJ trolten whose aierasestallions is ureatir at well on, of the interest on the llrst navment rrvn.li nt and Il.unl of 7Director first th' His dam three sired b otln-and enterprising, llrm. Saturday at p in of .tin ewnocl, son of Harubleto-man- , bred daughter for L'2 years and on the entire amount Ma.is 16 JOHN r CASH. I'n nry valuable hore. and he ihould make SoMKit-K- r gave our business manager for 1:1 years or lie will stand Life insurance moie. II new subscribers to add to our long may pay short lived persons, but the stock Insure. At Ton Dollars list there and sent a large wallet of bur company gets the best of those who go our cullers. in OF IV si ASOX boom money to replenish early and stay in long. Our old friends there still stick to i?, it Tho follow nig lianusl stallion will make lh m "" Tin: ooliliur boy si pubseri homu from atmv farm j miloi. southtit id Dauidli- Ki is gratifying to say. Harlan Tui'sday as brown us berries ami , i' bands high I'.ai stallion foiled in Wiikn the Cumberland railroad is looking UN tonsil as tlio rubulu did after wrighs lit pounds, Is Ol line M)icanu wen aited built, it will be constructed up .St. Asaph n hard campaign during tlie war. They b MFSSKNGKK CHIK1 blUKD ll Full hrothiT to (ipiivia s j 19 and M.itth-Ithrough town. Reports to the were unanimous that AMall-iPilot creek t JiSat 1 holdierinu in tlio to (icn Oeore II Thom own uter Hi A1IOAI.I.A1I .MAMUK1NO 1337 contrary aie unfounded. A good por- mountains is far from bciiik! a desirable .. lirstdamSnitt' Thomas, re ord ji bv Mam .1,. ni iilam I'lla llonkiiiabyOlilOclonam Mambnno Chief; 3d lias been given of the Ahuc tin- sln of brino Mnstenuer; id dum byil.uu by Avant tion . dam Mollle Winfrv) job. War Correspondent John (.i. by Tempest; 5th , dam by Imp Napoleon. 4th ami i'"ra j. William Mntiri) 1 ' ....... l.v Tiier. 6th dam bv liamiil through town and others are expected to l lliomwli.! ..-. . .. . ..j jumped of!' lieru and shook hands Mnlallah Mainbrinn by Almniit S. ., nipp. bth dam by Shipp llrown ?th nam uy cannon s i.ir .Majolica a sl l be as liberal. I dim l.yd Idam of Uwly l'arai;on. with his friends, who rould hardly rec . Clin I' MKSuKN'CJLK CII IKK, IK'S Fanny by ermont, Jr. The lire lo?s at Middlcsboro is put oni7U tho sun burned veteran. The dam Xancf by Hen Franklin, dam, by Sax Welmer dam by Imp h(.ythmi. j dam tljwnutS'JO.OOO. The debris in tho de- soldiei s turned two of their eharues over j by Honner's Gray F.iiele dim by Oustott'K Telegraph. Terms. $40 for the Season, district is being rapidly cleared to Jailer Owens, Wits Jennings, who 4 dam vastated Vermont, Jr.. by Vermont: dam by Olner Mesawav and already the frame work for was ituiiiiiueu ui iiiunier in one ease, mil With to mares not promu senger Chief, Sr . produced the followingreturn privilege Maud In fsil. .Marieli 2$, llessie MesenKera i6',i. Abel a ni, II asveral houses is going up, while some who is yet to be tried for another. By Kobert AlanninB M iSlit jo, GusjoJ, of tho merchants have resumed business agreement a ehnnge of venue was granth. t jJ, Meisciiger Ctrl y, 1 jji,, Kalherme SMITH, 1'rttty Uelle 8, Since by.Meisenger 1 UA volunteer tiro ed to Laurel and his case will bo tried at ia improvised tents. Messenger Chief. Jr , is the sire of ..'annie . SIKH) HV C. F CLAY 18. showed so lime and wore j$ blue ribbons Will the coming May term. Tho other priscompany has been organized. Rue ays he thinks she i the finest show mare in oner was Hi Hall, sentenced to '21 years Dam ihedam ol Quinine S. Kentucky Wiikn' the question of subscribing aid for murder. Ho will be held pending Messenger Chief, Jr , will make the ieasonl C F, Claj bv Caliban, ilam Soprano, ilam of if go Xashvillo railroad to tho Chesapeado and 3 30 lit, 7 below 3 I9&rand dam Abbesi, dam ol the action of the court of appeals in tho in was voted on May Id, KSSo, it carried in matter. Hall is no etranger to Jailer jina.V'llM. will belimittsl to ten appmitsl man", $15 to Insure a Living Colt. Oram ill. I al.o have the Stanford precinct by :tll. Tho pros- Owens for he has spent many a month at theiery low priceof Two Very Fine Mule pects are Muttering that tho majority in beforo in tho boarding-housback of the $50 for the Season, luinj; colt. Which I will stand nt SIO to insure favor of tho proposition to bo voted on will be retained on colts until the season Wilh the same return privilege aiabove. May 3d will be oven greater hero than eras, at $ tier money is paid. lii'iton Mare from Klijah Beazley bought of Gastineau, month. Ily ailMance if deirctl, at reasonable The above horesand jacks will make the presand grass then. Melvinney has a ehanco to show of Stanat my farm two l'ain taken to avoid accident, Jtc , but not ent season, on Somerset pike miles South of Boyle, a pair of aged mare mules for rate ford Ki bould any occur ber hand now. Let her do so by carry- S32Q. M.S. HALM, II.M AN. Stanford. 16 ,V AW SMITH, Danulle, Ki ing Turnereville by n rousing majority. lurt-hoiise e , . .1 ti tor.-id- A- - - R. PENNY. H. Turnpike Election. !,, - I LANCET, 7871. Turnpike Election. - . SPRING CLOTHING. Our Goods are Now All In And We Have tesi-lenc- I'rrsi-d.'i- it Riih-Mion- d. ! Turnpike Election. I uriH-rvill- ' ch(.l-houvt-- at i I mm mil mi I to 2 Messenger Chief, Jr. 1 AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, Light and Dark Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also large Quinine S., 11048, )tr - 1 1 right-of-wa- y l'ul-liai- n line of Pants. io-- I.1111 11 . STAGG & McROBERTS. al - GMSYILLE 1 1 - 15 -H( .4.RUPLEY,YzM$zJ wTwAwtWir : 11 1 tJrc e Jacks, Is Receiving His .1 court-hous- e. A li.-- SPRING AND SUMMER Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. GOODS. Give him a call. UrffclnWjMiM Afl6j "t -- ; 'zzzw - r",t'' .. - .' - 0 - MV -- -, . JIU' !, ii n 4 jwa ijjpn iinii)iiynitn V."'."'W"J.t.l).,VlftIIHBJt .- .- .. .M , II,, j Kg,.,,,,.!,., .f,)!.,,,,. ( ..,..., HI w rt Kunmmmm itwwpmn (!!) imwi . t . .! nmeswl. - mHmmmWtJmkljfirmmfmiitijntmmtWtM i'wy -- --i i -- O In nn issue or two ago the Lexington Stock rami railed the attention of its April 25, 1890 readers to the fact that Waterloo, owned Stanford, Ky., by Dr. P. V. Iojmii, was neither stand ard red nor liatl lie a record of L'.L'U, as Published Every Tuoadny nnd Friday the advertisement of that horse in this paper says. An outsider would infer from the notice that the Stock Farm beSemi-Week- ly T; Interior Journal Dr. Logan's Waterloo. Maple Shade Stock Farm. E. P. FAULCONER. William Lyle. nut-lack.4-11 THE I'.W'IY SUUM.K srl LION, :'j( 'til IFauloonor, Boyle County, Kentucky. Aliclnllali flaiiibriun -, 7 l lieves it the intention of Dr. Logan to ""fi!' "Vhen not so paid S2.SO will be charged." gull the people of this section. The pa.... . r.i.. .v 1,11 notc ? tear old .1 k..j. Ilicti. i.ininacili hmli. itnmr lw., .. per Hlmve mentioned is far from right, ..t 'urerf t'.eneu S. iu,. Iletlie Junes j . ..me 14',, rvener jj,',, ter and trotted uieralnllv trail la.t fall in j ,7 K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. and in justice to the doctor we will state Vuinine 11 v, ),., oiu, j.t4V,. l'.ftie Thorntmi t u nnd we expei t Mm to troi clne to so tills Fall oto are large and line, and IHetiranhy Train leave Rowland at ;oo.i m , returning how the mistake occurred: Waterloo ad the dam. of Chartoston 11 rr. Lady t,y 3 j he willmaLi' a noble ctusn on our good mares In WilUemont jS, Waurona Nu stood near Decatur, HI., last season and elcphone 1 40 and other. tti, of the ahoie Ibis section. Three Th real talue in hi. pedigree iv, in records Mere ... his printed pedigree, record, At., was wcrvmade in made in in iSSi, the remaining ten that he- rtwresenta Iw.ri.. i.f n..li .!... the fact 1M9. h.c ancestors on b.th nle were) both star L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. IIV ALMOST furnished by the gentleman from whom TOM ROISZNSON, nnd producer, nt hones thrt could j.. the route and get the money and llaickxk'i ieJu I, dam LVD. (thr dm of Ludr Maiolka j Mail train going North.... 1155am ho was purchased and from which a copy from good mart, will do likcwl.t$10 to Insure a Livincr Colt. S.nolWa'U,i- Oeiimark.il.nte. i.l ilam l.t Mi iiroM-i" " South.. and th tjipm o; the present advertisement was taken. damkuf Chiet m sirp of Macipe t let's leiimarl. he by ihe racehorse lrninar'l. hi. Altamont ..11 jop in Ijidy Mnjolidia 13 by SCO, Express train " South.... dam I'lorise: M dam bj Mouigonu-rMonoy Duo when Maro Proven Montv ilur win lit ilt .1:1 Is Chief sOli.rr , . North... Knowing Waterloo had been a grand 7 Mamhrin Nil-- dam of iHsllj--, J7m dam bv Old llreanon. T.mb I. 4n. .Ii.m.1 m dam FAX 6 10 Local Freight North dan of lire, lor 'lomn it Wl'Ues. Ir . I. a braiilifu ha) m hand hl.ii with Foul. I with heat t maoe and la.l, m', hand.liiKn 17, Thnrndate 1 Onward a aH Mtv of) 5?pni horse in his youth. Dr. Logan did not i hi(h and has splendid stvU and a Hon He 11. an.i a south.. !,a, naltiral 1 MO"rl 1 siiesl bv I eli her'. '! The latter trains also arr) pas.engert. Joht t. I'aynp Wike he tiy lUrry fam is breeder. uddlrr ami ha. pn.irn hini.rll .. miestion either the pedigree or rfcortl. v bylln Franklin, son of flttrrac, sob of utty ; Kar he lis- (.(..rgv Wii.'v rei like., resxrd j above is calculated on standard time. Solar The be abotr slo.l will make tl.e naugh., ,Vc. lien Fraaklm' darr hy Johnsons r a. the greatest .n of all .tallioa. nw .e.i.i of IV," but gave it as it was recommended, which CoppeYbottom. ad dam by SaxWeimer, X15S6. tine is alio ut in minutes Taster m from Km of Ursi dam bt Jd Stone all IJailvon, ihe sire of ter 1 farm i mile,wilt llustiinsillc, near Carpet Station, and be permuted tc. sene mar. . we think merely a mistake and which Sir Arihy. o of Imp. Diomrd. SIHEl) MY PALADINE 41st more giMd saddle horsv. than any other stallism by the insurant e, Mambrino qnahliu may be easily overlooked by a liberal to Abdallah that he ha gives raie hor are hor- - (Bf llamMetonian 10, dam by Anierkaa Star ) in Kenliiti-- Vf m Hi. dam was hm.ii v eteryhody the colts produced. They I. ml mar a Ihe old MIIJLER W. dam KICHAHONTVS. by American Clay M '1 he ell tanl. X'omI for tl minded public. The following shows sof esttemc speed, courage und hvel headn.with Wallace .erthe Tom (life of the dutns of in the m li.t, e in iMu the stamirai to stand hurd training No horse In Lincoln count) in the a Candiditi- to that if he is neither standard bred nor Kentucky has grown into popularuv mote randly by C. M Ciny, J r t ire of the dams of in Constitution:!' Cutciition. jo) than he has mares has has n 2:20 record, he is a good one and u (allied such and rlth theIfwne cla. ofhoie tvith idsnilAKV ANN.h Alexanrfrr . Ahdallah n. DBNMAHK LEX KM., notoriety. you uanta (sire of the dams of Jerome luldy t iS, lavcoui iron clad constituiion etc. 'then breed to Abdullah Xo. horse to breed to: .f Walla, r He mart, a handsoati , li .'. BOGLE 3IISS .' j 13, etc soa of Hamhletoitlan 10 Mainbrmo. He t alao a tlaat pro iucer and hoe .te j..d ..fr.n hlnoil. il I mrJ irnir To Whom it .May Com bun: I hereby oiii day will l.e a noted (ireat prepotent mre. PODINK is a seal drawn, jream oM. t Si.. Is a Candidal' f r Suprrintt ndent ot I'ublic ..mmilted mv csre nd breeding t. ptvMrthMMel and haads, nee stW, kamtsomt-lI handled Waterloo (a stalSchools f I.IIKMifl numy Election August, 1S90. that runic in. prr..,,l atlrntiou l,r. lonii-lsety Mumising lie combines the amMcteniita SlOO, With Return Prtvlleeo. at rrasoliable rate. i. '.e pa,d lor belore remoi j I'arl at i'- ha t. lnMh, eilu mills Mink '0 lion now owned by Dr. P. W. Logani at craea hacked by Abdallali .. .i.&.l,ii,i. r... .....i $ " oiurr,iir'Hii atssl akould produce great sfwed nm& tvmatkabNt Foaled June, v. i w noi. .'year-old- . ' Carting will, no I d rfril.". in.ai.nr. .n.l J.J ALLEN At said age he trotted iniar-trsiIIV CLAY WILKIS. Kodunusce Hi descendaais are certsia to prove seim.li.i Mhn.r: CAKPl.Mhk great, both upon the trail and ta the etud. Hrl.yOeoric Willes he by Itysdyk'. Ha mile 'J and half mile in 1:1. J5, & ATWOOD, 5151. Pirst dam by Macular i he tv Voluintter Miiaa Had not his wind been injured by a pre $20 to Itisoro. Regular Wilke. m as Ana Bartod horse as will US R K I) II I'RIXC K I' S HI. t iiMIIINKH SI id m ihe w like family Ha baa netrr ben EEHL ESTHTE vious attack of distember my opinion is By Woodford Mambnno n!j handled for speed but can go very fat He will male the seam of ilunatrnv ruane lw. that he would have been ti success as a dam LOTTIE t it, by llambletcnian 10 (.ire of Telephone to all points. Mates bred en the City, Tenn. ot Trinket i la, by I'rtnreps, (rencta shares a specialty. Mare, trotter and a remarkably fast horse, as athe dsms I'rinccpa. ire.-- Inn iter t 10W bv Pnn- - cash, l.oed care taken of grazed ai Joeat per week, Mile from llu.tonvtlle an Daniillt pile at bv lo's. stock, but owner's reM, Princeton 19(4, by Princcps, Karl'a sjs,, risk. Mares bred to my stink and then bred tn $10 to Insure a Living Colt. W ill msU ih .r.ni. ..I ,sv , mr ,, ,, i, 4, he was very promising as a S, by I'nncep. W. R. CRESS, stock, the money due Mares bred ana I. rd at Si.. II. c ..r Waterloo was bred by Harvev Helm, a 1 dam .Mollie dam of haw Deani I?',, laNtic 1 s) other with forfeit the insurants. parted Lieu retained on colt till the .em. e m nev is nx Is'iami rllai.k (auk t4, record a it Mre by o4 trail hate secured Ihe serviESTATE AGEXT, man of integrity, now deceased, and the ordsPrince 1 JiS, and, (ireen's of ao with rec-16 cesI of Sama Colhurn andand hatelira), both men of paid Mares rgrazed rm reasonable arm. No $12.50 to Insure a Living1 Colt, ol rand.ire J. P. ai . idem, r e.ratM. helovi 1 !, Ha.haw with pedigree as published by his present experience, ho ill he pleased to hantllf tour J I 1AM). Souml and ll right Will m,i l. alio wed i .r,. 30 performer.. sick k for t mi Vi.rland, Ks Barbourvillo, Ky., li mares that are nol regular I roedcrs Moi.es ,1,. owner was taken from Mr. Helm's cata- j darn by Ikllfounder site ol dam of H.iwbleto-maImported r.jlerxi Itcrl.hire lings for .ah 10. ne. me ioiicome.. niare soiil or irarMt.r.r, Hm for ale .ome ot the hot, e property Send for ant of , steimrd n.ligrtc eli the logue and to my knowledge is correct. lien will he held onallcli. until paid for 4 dam by Scflnll mjIh ited Correspondence-solicitedbooming city of Ilarhourville. A. 15. HlTtlilNt.S. 7 if ""ni'tViIiiiee -- Matriaon Chief, Jl hand. imhe. 'saled.ojrrl.aiaa.1. flnHQT s.ar...dlh,.,u,,B ha.l.Via,lndo.anrKH. UUlOUY UUlUUUsM, WM.AVKKS JAS. O. OlVKNS. 1. by Harrison fnj,i, he bt The lirst day's sale of lots at Cardiff, J , , ,n si. link I w. . .or noiur t Ifis dm I !.r, .', dam l.'.e Sm .'aid, N Tenn., realized :?.0l,000. Thousands of lie ius.fi ).4j,., allon's Ham ..I II ii, ,. 1,1 i.r I. & GLTEiYS, by a s.41 Mmbriii In f a mai' people were present. The company proI bis t un r ad.li lalliuii i' .old (standard knle ny s Thi. .plendid Imrwrted diiin .. dint ( iv.le.1 April, is.- - I. lull 10 hand., he Air.antver AbclalUh. dam I.t .b, Mtaen rt , Attorneys .at Law, by Old l.etinaton. 3d poses to begin at once the building of son of iSA. at t'te old On;l.t farm near ".helby sn's lor. .pted mm City, .it hand, high, dialed iv I.le.1 lll.p4SS.il. .it nstieile.l in .ttle. 0I..M1, rlui.fi ad Hill, he by lull nil k Million. 4l, ,ij Datv Crssfket; th dam by Hal. orn. lb 'Ik) Well. ht A (.old.imth, Drane .ouiiti , New or 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. two furnaces, steel plant, woolen mills, I nil brother to I. .telle trial j ',, wnnae, Crusader Sired bt I a.ieUr iooj. nail works aud other manufacturing en $10 to Insure a Living Colt. year tW trial j and Mooirti.r, ihe speed v and Mr V. H Wilson uf t vnih. 1st dim Woburil Maid, by W oburn u K y . ,,ld Shrete Itiuldirg-10premium csitl el tl. Sired b ikaadi l.otddu.l ag. a ( Ihe dam of Carter, terprises that will insure a population yr 44Ho(by 4MdiMt I to, by Vermont Morgan Cl. Con.e and ce him and sou will he sure to like I. .... Ir !.. s. and nam hya Atamorino nor.e. M oiner. ai ',J him. cr tetilpd loMaudh ioS', and Jobn.lua lor-cII. M'. JOHNSON, Agent. .' Ktualei "" ""' for them of not less than 15, (XX) people. id dam by Mamhrino Messeiiger, Abe i. "l""'ts4d another rombmed feiding FltANK MAKI.MON. JAS. G. G1VENS. nan any otarr tta'iioa tise nr.i j year aid .sal - rv loe-. sire fti St. lul-epo bv Volunteer. w .aslelar, sum .. The Senate passed the World's Fair puWI. as ra.i aa j t: srreei Cigar Iftm, lien . of ,ihi wrV.T. ik.. me..Z. Vf,1,"'mis a. the. hi u ien r:ii.4, eti.;istdam Miss Sodiae by Ham este, to iroi on V.lk the f..e.i nsi. of L?! Hill bill, with an amendinent'providing for a mond, son ol Potter s I lay ; id dam W sll's Star the dam oi famils, record GIYESS S: "" Willes ., by .'s Whirlwind M. damof Arlillcrt in1-,- , and Mudest t'annt i.nlddusts Lsielleit.t, naval review in the harbor of New American SUr,'it; 3d data by llertrand. Dam I'ben.r. dam of I stelle , REAL ESTATE, by Oolitea ttenurn Ji, ry llamblelonian, ie; 1st dam Vuik. ttiao (.Met, 'on ai i.H . (.omet Mmjia lllack Stalhin 15', Hnnd High, Foaled 1M7. Miss loolc), h 'leteraph and dam, m ixc 1, ,, -, ' dam Primrose, sreate.t i.rood mare, in the L nited Slate., l.i Alexander'. Ahdallah 2 10 i l'impluM m thr lit, ., 3 fi . 17- Si-- ma 1 , r 1 . My William I.t Ir, black with mealy nwv nana men sue,! Imp. Jae nnu nn u, i.nic-iiuiicillict win make me teAemi I'oaled Mai 1. ., is a ru h Mnhoennv bat. of lien at ray .tabic between the Danville and hand, high, lir.ii i mane and tall , 1. trii tit rli Stanford and Danville and it. tont tile piles at 111 a natural and fan. t i i and pleasant viddli 1, breeds f.uu) and when iiiietl tlitveu in harne. goes hie a ir.rtler Me is hUh-ls- il style n I. il to Living- Colt. .tile, to the Itilrtl ceneratwn; Is barked hy th- r Mures p.uted with forfeits insurance and money ouchbreds nn both .lite., maiing mi trry aclm and sprightly in in form and fini.h a perlefalhtdue. t! It. F.NV.I.KMAN model He as ird by Kumplrr Dmimarl, hi bt I'odd.trd'. lienmarki be bv (iaiiie.lt Denmark, he b the rale lmre, Iieunis'i he I.) Imp llcleforil III. hr.t tlam was sired bt Sir Wallaie, he hy TiMlhiinter'. Sir Walls.-hs,r ller, (th.ir.nichl.red) sd dam bt 11 bt gimu. dam ol irgiliiu. by I'ranbt, ih.r',n.i bre.l In l. t'.e .ted Msv-i.'Wlupj., ,.l ilil.ii riipp rnjr. Will m 11.1 llu- irrrlil c 1. n in lc east f I .1111 .iti r l'ie Ki hn ill I'im- - Mllll lie to m ri rui. ii s u Wallace Denmark; 18-I i,)i. - 1 1 $8 Insure a. I 'l 1 Cron-tvell- ' Tommy Wilkes, Jr, 1 . 11 s .1 i . uj( I 11 l , I I,..-- , Fodiue I 1J1-,- 1 I II II. 1 1 1 - I I CN. atSI6; t I . atSIO . . KATE 1 I Resrular Wilkes! p- - i tl L , 1 1 .. Star-ClM- V i . I n ALLEN ISavelok MEETS, 1 j. I . Johnson 1 Harrison Chief, Jr., i. REAL I &- - n . 111 1 . . ,.,... 111 n-JJ- 11J - BRAGA1TSA. Jailuill-Tialeth- AYRES Ed Barlow, 2375. Vj , I 1 I M--a '! 1 ..11 in'-rr.- ShN-king- . C I 1 -- j) -- , ... " 1 t "- -' 111 ; IMRIWE. er STAR WILKES. L rRc-al.-nd Pincvillc, - - Kentucky. Land. Ikuj;Iii e Lots, Tonor Cual, Iron and soiri oil Lomniissimi, .oli'-nc- L.orrcpund)-iiL- -i vr WALLACE E. YARNON, Attorney at Law, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- pcu nanus, cniioiams, corns and all skii. erup tlons and positively cures piles, or no pay rcquir ed. It is guaranteed tu K've perfect satufactior, or money retunded. l'rice 15 cents per box. for sale by A. R. Penny, Stantord, Ky. Bucklen's Arnica Salve The bct sale in the world fur cut., bruises. SIHF.D IIV t LE W1I.KKS . Stanford, --- --- Kentucky. Epoch. The transition from lonjj, hnvriny and painful' MCknis 10 ruuusi neaun murks an epocn in tt.t life of the unlit idual. Such a remarkable event is trea.iircdin the memory and the agency whereby the good health has leenattained i gratefully blessed. Hence it is that so much is heard in prai.e or Llcctric Hitters bo many feel that they owe their restoration to health to the use oi the Cireat Alterant c and Tonu. If you are troubled with any disease of Kidneys, Liter or Stomach, Will practice in all the courts ot" tins and adjoin-ncounties and in the courts of appeal iOITicc over McKoberts & btajje's driiR store. THE COMMERCIEL HOTEL J. II OWENS, Manager to a Mare 1 have lal.cn rharee ol t'ns mnuLr h,it The Pulpit and the Stage. sou a r.rreslers iei and to none. v, I Or Jul.) the tease n, mi J intend to ruuit in arirt.cla m.mni-- in Ihey will be properly tilled f . Res V. M.Shruut. Pastor United State. Ilreth respect. It is del" papered and p.imtod Irom " ' t . I SANDIDt.l Mont-- t Mares due when mare is parted with top to bottom, the iHtluin is being renoi ated and ren Church, lllue Mound, Kan. , says: "I teel it my duty to tell what w. iders Hr. King's .New t grazed or led at reawmaWr price. Not te.pon cjerylhitis done t male it flea.ant and oinfort-nbl- e erv has done lor me. Mv him- - wer. h.i.llu Siari-'anlfor gucts. The table shall never b surpass libit fur any accident should an) 0.1m diseased, and my parishioners thought I could KdgeM a bvaulilul ted surtel, Kasy insne cd by hotel. 111 rhi. section. J li. OWEN'S. I took five bottles of lite only a feu- - week I)r. and tail 15 hands Inchea high; was ll.rd Sept Money due when co't 1. foaled; lien retained on KiiiK'.Netv Di.totery and am sound and well, colt. '., iSVi, and is a perfect saddle horse. . A. LXCKF.Y Stanford, K. !( Kdge was showed last seawwi as a fining 20 pounds in wcijht." seat standard STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. Arthti- - Love, Manager Lute's funny Poll . 7;' old and took the sweepwtalr premium at Kill., Combination, write.: "After a thorough trial ille ami In hss owe htg at Harrod ' tilleand Dans lla) .Ullion, blai k pniats, ,' l.ai.d. hiah. f. . and conviiicintr evidence, I am confident that Dr. burg Those who want to biued to a gcid saddle standard All persons wisiiui; a pleasant life and uell stallmn are cordially int ited to look at Our horse e" '," ,' hired b) Pelosly. roil, (sue of Nelipleased wife let thTi use Patent Flour made at Ktnc's New Discovery tor Cotiiuuintioii beats em . nrai 1 h-- , iriai The abote elegantly bred hur.e will make the and see him mete. all, and iICk Willes s a,, ir..Stanford Roller M;l... Cali for it at your gro- greatest cures when everything i f.e lails The 2 il; Dai.) L. a.; King Prtosly u.al s la; M , Mildness I can do my many thousand .eaeunef iSuO at "Maples," two miles from Lan He was sired by Second Jewel, he h Cunning cery, and if tlicy hate not sot it oil hand, urge ry l.ou. old ttial 1 .0 and fne more ths iriends is to urge them tu try it." Kree trial bot caster on Stanford Bike, where they trill U- found iw'i Jewel, he by id Wa.htngton Deamara theni to keep It. or jet an order from them and lUy .tallmn. I' ban's hate shoan trial, ef 1 )n f il. d j.ril belter-a- ll Regular th at any lime ready to serve mares. 11m ar. i lHmMinnte.br Mcfionalds I lull 01 n in w. sea get it at the. Mill ned I will guarantee a pleasant tle, at A R Pennt . Drugstore iS86. Hi. I.t dam h 1l.n1 '. Kagle, t" els and Si. 01. rd dam hy W ells' (lusuder his i.t dam bt Stone-wul- l sso. which is certainly wonderful for aa tear 01 and interesting tnnuly rt Ac by , hiel, ARTHUR SIMs, 3041. Jacks.xi, he by Washington Denmark, he by .lallion with limited opo. rtuailies by W'-98 POTTS. Superintendent. Harry Wilkes anly fiMr Wlllr. sire 01 tiaiul ..Iccuer lllai k Denmark, hi. first dan 0) ( ru.ader, he by ri. sire j A Steinau ic Soli's jewelry store, jr.,uy aiesiengi-a io!t i ist 'lain Jennie Klmo i .. , ad dam by , lly Gen. Km, record 14, with 14 in 10 class Old Whip, ad rlain a Rocky Mountain mare uses isne 01 f wilke ?.. r Louisville, was robbed in broad daylight Manioriiio , 5dd-.nby Mainbrmo Chief, it mm .I., sire ot ,slell. itr.1r.1IJ r.,.,,.1 j "d in is 33 class Orn Knot by Vermo n MADIsoN SANDIUi.lt ft. SON. .... ... . ... 1. , Ul. Mil'edgesill.-Hero, 141. dam Danjliterof 4th ky Arthur Sims 1st nt " inr "il) 4,4, mat stau . Tuesday of Sl.CKH) worth of diamonds. 6th dam hy Imp. Napoleon.1:1 5th dam b I cintic-.Jat i,ono the season dam by I igi-- ; ;lh da t.j Darnahy's dam, Ludy Arthur, is by I lour bn Chief, sire ol. I irai dam Una Mh dam iy Cknuon's Whip. ith dam by Lady Maud and many othur good oaea and 1. Jane ,'dam ol Mvi.' Has leased one "f the .table, at Pence ,V Karris Two men are supposed to have engaged s. . J I' V4I by Gentle flieee, .,rr of I',,ri Slupp s Paraxon. Mesacnger Chief was tired by He is Lilly Arthur, thoroughbred tr.u I and will run a general du in the robbery and so skillfuily was the Abdallah Pilot , istdam hy Matnbrino Messenger: out ofbay i$vi hands high and has protrn a of Pearl Medium 1 .7 himself jd dam by Mamtnno Chief, Ac. He sired .Maud a tine breeder. W ill stand at Seieifid dam kitty Riten U11, , I l. rue Girl. , Stable. work ai'coinplished that not a single Messenger 1 iofc; Abel - 14- - Marvel : Manx"r " Aleanadrr I0. ning J3(i; Robert II., record 143, trial 111 Ahdallah. .ire of l.nlJsMiih Maid 4 14. R.aalm.l by He has had . .utlicitnt experience to maku him an dew to their identitv can be found. 1 ji ,. - ji i and other fast ones. timiHit. IHM1.111, .... expert III tne iiusine - iiiki nis rates will he hit.! dam U Red lac I t ue ef the ilam Ru old I'oaii.. A pill Aiiaaiian riiot was sired or Alexander's A Child Killed. (.ite him a .hare of vur patronage. reasonable ., ,nu lrN WUkes 2 lllindin.i bt Nlambrino Chief. He dsin.,, WYANDOTTE. ol Maud .. remrd i ogt4, li) HAROLD, SoSotDSJ, Liaie M illr. t Jtts, l.aars llrllr sired Pickard j iV. Red Inn aud other lie Auotlisr child killed b the use of opiates i;ncn and at. mere in the a 30 list. Combnl (sire of llr.iiii 1 .1 and WlUue.. t Alerandcr's Mxlallah 'sirn of Kyadyk's lly Metropolitan, one ol the best bred sons ol in the form of soothing syrup. Why mothers give of Drtcr i;1-- , f lru t.old.nutb Wdkee i,. First daot Yolande dam of uba. re nrd t 14W) f.c?..u,N,u their children such deadly poison is surprising Maid ? 14: sire Rdsall j 1k,, who.ircd turn sired Rysdyk's Hambhncman. having for his daw iu Mjr By RKLMO.V I , tire of Nutwood, 2 ib? Phil "I hompsoa u,4, ft, by Comet, sen ofShe, Hyacynth by Yoluhleer, second dam Clam. tas when they can nil etu the child of its peculmr Rohnct McGregor j 17, sire of Ik nnic Mctirvgor man Morjcaa dam of iJtatri 3 17 and IMcistor. the sire of dam Youm; Portia, It 2 i6JC,,Vc,A:i. THi notice furnwrns hunters, fiahurmoti and trouble liy using Dr. Acker's I la by S.iother Director and 17; ITiatlss 1 Dam of Voitauv 2 20 i, aire a4 llessemer t 13V4.1 u. iiw.Mii.il ,.u riv.sengcr nroon. on our land, without tier contains no opium or morphine. Sold by A R. St. Klimi. recad 1 , , waa sired by Alexander's a 10 ethers not to t elan, sire y illiam ist Dam of Portion a 34, (sire of Minnesota 1 17 v;. Petosky , by tieorge Wilkes 1 , Rrst nu sun, as all ii' li will he pro.ecuted to the lull-!- t Peon) Abdallah, dam said lobe hy Imp. RVIfounder.Ac of Prince dam lawy1 neicn ' Jeremiah a sV; ad Imperial tt and Dam of Hymen, old reined Mauibniio Chief, the sire of the second dam of dam an inbred Wagoner mare. "f N" "Xnsl Signed 17. extent of the la K. trial Thn horse conIs Life Worth Living ? , i9 at , year. old: Gir. Dam of Chddc Harulu, K.ti Jacttson 2 record in lingMiM;Ogr Chief, Jr. siid the great Lady Thorne tains 43 per cent. o the old horse Rysdyk's trial I) D V. HOLMl . P W. LOGW. through the world a Not if you CharUy, trial ai , yean old 1 a and j others tlur 2 ar.a aiamonuo ratcnen; who in turn sired und 504 PHILIILRT KICIIAKDs DAMS JOSH the launder of the greatest trotNo. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are a Kiuive cure I. ond on 2 sot aud could trot, hise to t , by Iron's Cadmus, sire o, Grand dam of Coanaught sireoi Chmneore 1 others in j y and better ting family the- 10, I. W GAINI.s world haa ever known, courslaat J I! Inr ihe wor.t form, ot dyspcia, indigestion, Pocahontas 1 damol Yuba 1 ars. also airmt Wise. ij'A; Rar-oMr SAMPOKliIUWIV. JOHN (i. J.V.NN, ulency ana con.iipaiion. guaranteed amt .oldflat and Wilkes 2 18the dams of Guy of i others with n through his teins from 4 different chaiiMvl. vi: lly MA Milk I NO CllliCr.ure e4 Lady Thorne I1REKE Wlf.RI-.- ! .ill make the sensor, and the dam. lif .Mr- - ALICK KF.K Rysdyk's Hambletnnian, IIALLOC. oluntecr, Metropolitan JOS. A. R. Penny. recotd 1 iSh records of 1 .(..and better !l'''Dt,,..",'r ,Ut ml'row fitaurdrd. Ky . ., a.id William Wolah. Rush Ittam h pile ai III' will sta'i d the season of at ur stable 3 DamPorti4.br ROKIIt CK. o T. A KLKIN. I CnH't Sleep N'lghtB near Turner.villt- at . 4 Dam by Will PP. Is thr ccaaplaint of thousands suffering Irom a Mare in The above rei ord is no mea.ure of hi speed; $25 to coughs, etc. Did you eter try to we expect him to go under ao this Pall. Colt. All persons tne lie.t ue 'in? l"iin. .'.iin.i the e.' .Ir of ir. .liner r.ngusnallrcemeuy AOO ill make the season on the farm of W Money due hin the fait is ascertained At mate Inri"; troubles. Levi llutilile, ! d v .11 Sold on a his them with Dr aration known for S. Hume.V. Co.. Silter Creek. Kt..H miles from pain-c- l with. J 1. Ar II G ;Ot Kit guarantee! at ijt and 50c by A R Ienn. I. li. uw.ltv, . o.liir ol the Lincoln National CIIAs Dl .NN Richmond on the Lancaster turnpikv, Ilank, stanf'.r-All person Iroitilltf theinteli . Year-OlItiuentcil to ths- estate or I.e. llublile .ire request-;Record ay'three. We Can and Do to settle M.J AND I. I HCIIIIf.E, Guarai.tee Dr. Acker's Inr Standard t lixecutnr.. been fully demonstrated to lllood Elixir. this it ha.I craun-the people of Hit oldest coll. art coining two year-old- . Ilrowu Hone, 10 hands, foaled May, isS.c ry that it is superior to all other preparations for Will grae mare, at 10 . enl- - per day and will blood diynsos. It is a positite cure for syphilitic Thi. trcitliiiir and combined stallion will male SIRED 11V R1ENI, (Standard j take all K.ble arc, but .ire not respon.ihlc lor poiioning, ulcers, eruptions ami pimple. It puri- thepretc-ii- t e.iKiii at Dr, P V Logan's. i'i miles accident, or esi ape.. brother to King Rene a jo'-fies the wnole system and thoroughly biiihls up the lain of Millf.lyci ill e on turnpile rad leaJius to Ikiy .lallion, hind anklet white, foaled T v ID RNAM A. CO. in igs- constitution. A. It. Penny. Stanford. dam by Almoin Forreat a 3v, son of Almoin Maud Description and Pcdizroe Waterloo i. standWiNotice is hereby gii en that an election will bo ard bred, bbcl. 17 hniuls liijb, weighs 1, 210 lbs , A Duty to Yourself. Firstdaw l.ndy Messenger ,'mwrlv full sun, t , 3 dam by Garturd Chief, sire of llasil Duke 1 held nt the various toting places in Stanford and magnificent style and action and is a sure foal Maud Messenger . 10I;) i,y AbdaHah Measenger It is surprising will use Turnersville Magisterial Districts in I.i.icolu ordinary pill whenthat peoplesecure a a common, Keltcr; bis progeny combining speed and first-cl- ji dam by Groy Eagle .Roller's sire ef l dam cf ' they can . trial valuable Engen. am! oilier "oo.! vounty on saddle ctialitie.. He has it roc rd of 2 jo. one lish one for the same money. Dr. Acker's Kngllsh Iady Davit a 31' . He is by Richelieu; he by Maiabrino Chief; he Seionil dam Kluit JaHe (dam of Maud Messen lulls are a pclllve cure for sick headache mid ail by 4 dam by Coppcrbottoni, aire of dam of llasil Duke Matnbrino Payma.ter, he bv Mambrino; he liver trouble.. Tliev are small, sweet, easily taken I will stand at my stables at Mi Kinney, the d.un of Peatf.Medium by liup. Me.en.'er. a J.13 ' and do not gripe, for .ale by A R. I'cunj. ay. ol iiKy. , tivu Morn--- and thiecjack. Pint dam Helm mare by Ray .Messenger; lie by (1 o'clock a m. Third dam Kilty Rtter. dam of PENCE is a horse until; o clock p. tn for the llarpiniH,: ht-- bv Hninbletotiian: he hvlnin. Mm. made a record of a of grunt natural spend, hating (;,r, purpose of taking the sense of the cjiialitied toters 23; by Alesander's Abdallah. sire ol lrlie 30 The striking earpenters at Chicago sender; ad dam Red llird by Cannon Whip, be otera terv slow truck.third heal at 3 years old and This is Mutilaii l.'ovilind i ,,4., ,2C. ot Ins of said precincts upon the cue.tion of not hy lllackburn s Whip lie bv Imp. Whip, he by speed, as lie has shown Itmls in ano markquarters more than $20,uoof bonds to rai.e a fund to pay attacked some loiirtlidnn by Red lailet kirf rtf Ilia iln ill n men at work Saltrnm dan. bv Herod; 3d dam a thoroughbred in 34 scconas, wnicu is a rate 01 a 10. und Kentucky Will- ,- . a,U and the second subscriptions nt of .toil in the Cumberhand, lly Gill's ermoiit. ihe pedigree of dam unknown, So limri-hlla) Messenger!, dam some and blood like, and after servini; urylimited So , L.aa.e W ke. . ni(, l.llHri, 'fcfi' land Railroad Co., the funds accruing from said on a building and were ordered oil' by a was out ofImp-fullIlioniede. Messenger a a blooded marc and by number of mares will be ttnrled fur a fast record, Combat sire of Ilrowu bonds not to be used etci pt in ncqmring the right policeman. i and William! Instead they turned on him Imp Rockingham Willi the blood of ll.iuibtetoiiiaii, Mambrino of way or In coiistriicting said road through the Richelieu fashionably trotPhil V''1 gave it 11 ft beating. The result was ting horse in was the most the winner bred more Chief. Pilot, Jr., and Edwin Forrest, ami a. ureal lly Dr P W Logan's Waterloo that has a record man I liompsnii a 6U. At) bt Cum.i. county on.incoiu irom isouianil t' the Casey and America mid of Morirni! an Individual a. lie I. he should make a groat .ouniy nnc premiums and pur.es than any othcrhcr.eiii of a an and is standard bred. Sec pedigree ol stuck horse. Wiltinnkc the xinson of itJooatthe lly orderof the l.di nlu Coutitv Courl, - "PI--7. uienrrest ol the entire party and iter ! Lnguii s it aterloo ...... ...,u .... table of Pence ,V Pnrris THOMAS VA'RNON, Judge 0100,1 90. lodgment in jail. Waterloo's dam b) Helm's Yorkshire ; lie by West of Stanford, liy.,nt at their track i) miles Waterloo, Jr. ' i.t il.un by Lett Hubble, old I (fc.OR(,L, II fOOPER, Clerk "rc"e- - UY Messenger Chief-si- re Imp. Yorkshire; dam by Weisijer's llelsliaaaar; i of Stonewall Jackson Maud,x,""''r 1 IIUS U N KW LA DO, Sheriff. Messetmer , 10JJ, KullirrineS. 3 d dam by Kossuth; id Jam tho noted roan marc-dark bay and over i Reuben A Lady In Texas Writes-MMart.l to Mare in Foal. line breederl. of good hands liih, all purposes anda llra.Uh.iu owned by J..e Helm and afterward b) N. T. Lee. horses lor case 1. of lorn,, .landing; has butHcd many Waterloo will stand at aopllnmhlin Jane, dam of Maud Monger will stand at '' hul llradrielil's .Mares parted with forfeit insurance. Mates kept cver' 'cnedy I could heat A la lab Aletsetigii by Messeneer 1.1 Regulator is II Chief ilu at reusonahle rates, hut no re.poii.ibillly for Messenger z $15 to a Mare in Foal. 01 1Mauddam a to Colt, elievedme. Write The llradlietd Reg. Co tl.u forj or actidents, irat Sujio hy Sentinel 2 aosi .re briber particulars. Sold by all druggi.i. Artlllll 2 '.' Waterloo, Jr . is a very dark brown, or black, vni..n,.-- . .if--. Vlvam lor...: . ..1 vi.ii oretner 'c" . tn ."" - . l will also stand at th..- same place my fine Jack, : t.fc ... c. ,ji. iiiiieu IV - n fine inane and tail, compactly Inrmi-dfull in nam Kitty luersgrntid damol Miud Measeiirr DRUNK ENNESS-TH- E aW high, hue style and iictimi unit n fine " LIQUOR HAD hands inch ML Hvjw r producer of combined horses; perlectly kind in aidUbvA exam er-- Abdallah. Third lx-- in an tno World there la but one-euro-, Will .tand at RKinii4.ibilr (;""e, Will lx permitted to serte n or o mares .it di.po.ilion and a Mile foal getter Siu. man M0 ' ,T Dr. Haines- - Golden SpoclHc. of "' Chier 6 .. can uo iven in a cup 01 tea or coffee without At 51U 10 insure a Living l "It Aloiicy clue at "J in Foal. Manibri.io sire of ,hc to ,1 '?Ma,,d Living Colt. $8 to Pilot. Jr . .., S "rilf laKingll, elfeitingjt w canine limn or when mare is parted with He is Kycoee a 10, .e. He has in.irccros.r. ik.J pcedy and permanent cure, whether the patient brown jack with white iKiints.8 years old in lum Killg lluckden is a bright bay with 511 any while other horse to Maud Mess, Al.o three good young a"v and lull 15K hands bish He was sired by Allen' or any other hor.e hs m a 1 ir,i: w.eis 13.. hands high, fine mane and tail, of fine ac TO UFE Qh V- -dave Kim? William he bv Kim: ullip 1st dam lllack Hon and is a f saddle hoq-e- . rsiiiureu tviu make the 1CHOH l ,1,0 a, ALL iiavcianen ine uuiueil Spccillc In their Satin Jennet; sliewas.ircd by Kins Phillip; id llltJHU ICHr-UfVT. --IULLI mv place ut He is by King, the . JUf"l I witluut their knowledge, and wUTHMIiJlis believe they dam by Morccasile, he by Jim P'irtcr, This Jack 1st dam hy Silter lJuckden. great premium horse, Imp. ad dam by Denny's Two a years 11KI past, at $0, und old at of their own ..va win. .,0 nanniuBCOK 'lu.u n nueiireeaer. A numlierot his Drennon, Md nas proven nim.cu UnTUFPQ''l dam by Kilmore. Filmore n $8 Seaion due when colt is foaled. $15 to neci result, irom Its ndm inisirauon Cures iMtiir. colts hate sold for $100 at tvcanini; ,uu JO . i K- 11 a Mare in Foal, MAIUDFHLC fanteed. Send for eirriilsr and full narticnlir. aa Lieu retained on all colts for the seaion money. due when the colt is foaled or mare parted great show hoisc in lilt day. He was by Whip and out of a marc by Knink, thor- Mares kept nu reasonable terms, hut nu lubility Mone ;v dress in confidence Goldkn SrgciPtc Co.. R. with. Lien retained till money it paid. due when the fact is afecrlalne.1 BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATL'iW oughbred. for accidents. Race Street. Cincinnati. O partei dith. CIIAS. 1)1) vv "f 8 P W. LOGAN, Ownet. -6 I'KNCE A. FAKUIS, Stanford J J. W. G1VKNS it ....jouiiioru, Ky 4 111 r Harrodsburg, - Kentucky. .itn of lonK or short statidiu y mi will surely find usef l.lectric liutur- - Sold at 50 n.. and ji per I'Ottle at A. K I'enliy s Urns Store dam Kat. by Gill's Vermont io. ad data lUack Kmily, by Helm's Yorkshire. 311 dam Little limil) , by ta;aer. ath dam Kmily Speed, hy Imp. Letlanthan. Lv Pacslct. 3th dam Lyle Willces 465I, ire of Dantille Willcs,' . Chief jiqK. Koaatr i:xti, Maltie W'llscs Lulu Wilkes 1 :i8. trial a'JT, by (Jeor;e WiUes o :ai, i.t dam hy American Clay 31, ad, by Chief II : jddam the dam ol Kricsson 1 joW Georje Willes 51;, 1 j .ire ot t performer, hi a:jo, more than any stallion litii-U- ' or dead bv Hamiltoniati 10, sire of 41 performers in j.j-j- dam by Henry Clay 8. Gill's Vermont 104 .ire of llonner Boy 1 jt. lllack Maria. 3 mile tecord 7.35. the dams of The Kiiii; a job, that sold for bit; price. Count Wilkes a.'SK.Gambetta Willcs j.jo. Neltey L. i Abel Col. Ilradshaw 1 f,y, and tevtral other, in the 1:30 list ;bv Downmg's Vermont-s- on of lllack Hawk 1st dam by Harctay's Columbus. STAR WlLKtS is fine tailed and as colt a. toucan find In the Willes family. He has neter been handled lor speed, but will trot fat when handled. He will male the season of i$9oat mv pla c j miles from Stanford on the Danville pike at i.-jaMara-brin- the 101; Oier sow of the r a pet former dam ot lieu. Cuoicy, hs Pridav fu.KHiot l..4ddu.l and Morgan l! Kd lUflim will .land at my .table, ,t (Miles Dorset lioUbJiwl will male the from Stanford ou lh new V. nile Oak 'and (Dn tuy place a V mile, from .Untold Kner Turnpike, near Dielderar'. Mill pike at -- hate -- t, ,h" a .inrng in rd pi. enl season at oa 1 lu.i.-nvill- 1 bis fine .ai'dle .tallom will n aae the pre ., l .ame pi . e J or lh THE KDtfG! 5l , :, At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. iS-i- . $20 to Insure a Living Colt. $20 to Insure a Living Colt. ne ur...horsees race I will also gitc a J10 premium for the bust mare Marcs kept en inaamsable terms, personal colt ami Jr. ... lor the best hor.e colt ol Rd Ikir- - tbsn g is eei bet not reOMb4erdrcdeni alien low's get tone shown in Stanford the first Muswtfly P. KKID. 5 in October,, Ai... my young jack. i:ii, t),, hand-vom- T1IK FANCY SAD wilt serte a few Hd mares at $3 to insure a lit in colt. Joe Is a red jack, a yrarsotd the lh ol u.i October. He is 14, hands high and of tine style and action. Ilred by Peyton Kmbrrc, ef Lincoln county, and ha. a double crow of Jim Porter. A lien retained on om all colts till the .ea.on is paid. Money due when the colt come, or msre Will male the .ea.on ol from Milledteulle, I iiic.-lparted with. C M. SI'OOS'AMORK, Stanford. Kr St.iatol.l aud Millcilgewi'e JOE EMBREE, lit GILT EDGE! i . 1 is, 'Ihe King i. ht SlUer Ksag; he b, On i by Stonewall J as s son; he by Washingtonimr lieu ; he hy the tiniaes urnnsark Denmark nt drn out of Maud b Deiaiid .Granger: he b Jewel, he ev Wi.hn ton Drnmail Granger'. , it dam be Hrv'hlandt. U SIAI.I.ION. tt dam by I Miter. 3d dam bt Woodpecker Ihe King's dam the premium mare Klfie bt anmeler s Wasry.son of llerlhune. win. was a thoroughbred ion of Alsce Cariseal, ihe dam of thr noted ra. e hone LesiHgton The King is a Wood ba) with awe Innd ankle whitcand snip in fare, e..i at our tsble i mile bone and eitra style and hasmane and tail, coo. never met his eua nil 1st on lie asa.a.ldler I he King stands hund. t $20 Insure in Vnn III OUl, ... .... win nnd r..yal hreeslmt iwHC'rs. and""" yen the.e .laDion. tsi will.ee inUmdusl. Jl 1 if, b.i .. . . . . Dis-co- $15 to Insure Living Colt.' Arthur Sims, 3041, , .ir iS (Il 9--im 1 Wyandotte, 5526, 'BREEZE WILKES! i. i Gover's Messenger-- ; 1 Mi.-'njer Me.-inire- I tj 1 a a Oec-.U'il- C. Zi. CROW ?.' ; l- . .... 11 .. ,4-- hand-somi- Breaking and Training yr .- 1 $20 the Insurance. YAZOO, 11799. j.j' -- r' 'w'"dj'0" ,," ,, vc-r- Abdsl-lah;islila- 1 .. ed POSTED. "" tjt, , if, two-mil- i;i Ilam-hletoni- aa "". 1 - 1 KOTICB ...-- . pl-a- .e i ill itV,i . , il-y- Lans-aste- r. - nu $10 Iusure a Living pi-it- d -- WATERLOO. -a. PE1TGE. l j - Insure Foal, At $40 to Insure. IIINilDMBJjri), r"'""'".o it RAILROAD ELECTION. 1 1. MJsrT"" '""' Saturday, allay 3rd, 1890, ; ...-- 2 Horses and 3 Jacks. , REtlJEN VERMONT, WATERLOO, JR., non-unio- . v ;i. 1 1. As-ri- l Ken-luck- y. -- Au!.ft".,1."'c1aT.v, iinK,Alr,i)1 i6-$. JiTc """ ,'jV, l'of I 'MOTHERS m $30 Insure a -- Insure - Living e $6 Insure sra iHfofiER CHILD" 3 MiMAKFSrtTH EASV STEVE WALKER, KING BUCKDE1T Insure a 1 .., -- ' '" r X- a ..iv...B $10 Insure a Mare f.r' ftu?'V' dj,. ,.?'' "" "'" - "'' ..... "mniuu I'Wf I'UII L2lllL.li 7 nat-ira- l '.... JACKS WELL BRED, y ' time-Mone- in Mont-l-omer- Insure "'": .. M?f iv- -' .' 1 '.