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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890050201 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. i i Semi-Weekl- y voL.xvm. How He Was Fooled. 'All t...nlu ll.iV " filioiirvixl til.' tfilll. . WMJ Ill l tin- - rmrkur l,iiiirv.oukmi: limn Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MAY 2. LS90. I NO. IS PRICE, MILLER - ' THE PALMS. 4MfM An Experiment With a Bride. BREVITIES. Mr. A. S. AV. M. II K. bridal roiiplu took our train from . .Mason county fafnicr marks lua OlTIJJ -L I, .. ..J, U a C.imiidntc to r.irrM'.it l.inoln county in the si Ri.eon dkntist " ' "vrv '" " ItutHilo to l'liilnilflpliiii. mill it wa rmi-- , llOgS by cutting two pieces Oil' the end Ofiice on Mam Mreet. nter W It. .McRoberts' Comlltutl jnul Ciiiiiiiiin. Wliurus the kiss v.m promised ine? thi-I)rn store, Manfxi J liarn-l- , "wlu'ii iteming tumid always orally mtr.. nf their tails. well a.H timid he expected I mt I'd KlVi a kiss to theo mind a wll tliat wiim poipetni-- 1 thuinscivi-HaMISS litui pi A few years ago Dave Kennedy, of IJOGLE !'.. r A I WOOD. j j li.kn lien none coiiui see. uihut the circiiiiiHttinci'.-i-. Alter ulioiit i ted on mi- when I was a ohik limn. Is a Candidate for Sutnntendcnt ol Public iioiiroon, gave a bushel of potatoes lor a g hours ride the Scl.ooU of Lincoln courty Kkcu.n Augnu, !&. not oil at a utation ' & ATWOOD, riM el veil a tliiteil ami peiiumeu nine hk-inThis p.tlin vill hide us from the crowd, junnut and recently refused $1,000 for .' home whore a nlmrt .stop was made, saying to . ,, lii,s-- mv me to join a little party at the liimd Is bowed. her. ,mi"i:. RSOL M. EGEKTS. c.f a certain young lady for the purpose the bride that lie wanted to nptk to a A fanner whose propeity was swept mg one of her friends a siirpi ise. I man, but .saying to one of tin- boys on Don t you dare. No kiss from mo! Is Candidate or Clerk of the Court of Appeals, of iri by a recent tornado says that everything City, Tonn. ' subject to the action of the Democratic party. uememuiT, hir, iii.tt i can sue. , was to call at s o'clock in the evening. the quiet was blown oil the fwrin except the mortKlec.ion i8 ...... . ...... .i.. " lien u.e mini hiiiiu i it uei iniouie , i.rt(.jIli: his Imii.l over lier eves.) a n.c date was April 1. but the idea of gage. W. CRESS, went. car behind ami she'll think I was left, mlt,i will hide un from yout eye.. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. sell didn't occur t" me. and The largest corn ciop ever produced Kxultimrlv. me but the Then look out to see her go into (Its. I'll There was nobody to receive in this country was the crop of ISSi). It REAL ESTATE AGENT, The prompt and daring win the prize. DENTIST. vimng lady huiself, and she was almost appear on the scene in time to prevent (Slight eniiiiiiotioii, followed by some- summed up over a billion bushels, worth Barbourville, Ky., IllUvon Mm street, opixulte I'orunan House, a tutiil slnmger to me. She hadn't heard consequences." thing that sounds like "tsip."'; nearlv SC.OO.OOO.OOO. Nitrou Oxide (..it given for painless Ha- for sale omi ot the i hoice property in the up tain The iirognunme was curried out. As apolo surptiso at all. I'oetH have been trying for centuries of the projio-e- d A pair of bantam chickens were sold boomiiu city or isarbourviiie Correspondence! cjctractinj STANFORD. KKNTUCKV. "I"'"iby the train started a drummer rushed into to express the kiss by a combination of at the London Crystal I'alnce for $500, gicd. 01 course, for bein taken ill i uown ue letters. The above is modestlv ottered almost exactly twice their weight in (.in b a stupid hoax ami for thu annoy tiie ear ami puimpeii uiiiim-iWM.AVRBs J.s. U CIVKNS. . . i i DR. r. B. siue ine urine wunoiua ipiesiion, aim in I hail caused ner ny ciiiiiiiv:. i.rtw.rlment gold and the highest price ever paid for .ill. e 1 RES paused and looked con- live iiiiuuis ue was miKiiig aiioiu ine Another storv told of Col. Winter-- ' a idngle pair of fowls. ami templatively Ht the row of canned goose- - wmllier in llullalo, Philadelphia.. ....... a.i .,...:.!. i ,....ii ...nrii. ........!..,. l.(t. Harrow bought in Cincinnat . . Attorneys ftt Law, . . ... ., ...... .... i. 4... i.. , iivh nuiiiii in iti.il nii in ii iruiiiiiii.. WI...H . .!.... ..I -O.'ftc South side M no irwt, in ollice recently r i lie " ,,r berneson the upper she.. ,n tbe n..i j feeders at 4J cents a car.IoiU, 0f ? 327 Fifth St., - Louisville, Ky. vacated hy Dr. L F Kutrnun. Stanford, Ky. not even appear in wiiiiK st re am the man who home. Kidd iv Ilrock have bought trollt!,, P ,0 tl11' at ". ' ....... I...I..I.... 1.1......H ... iwi ...,... of her new himlmnd. The latter """'J' . Shrcxe Ili.iMmi; IIV M'lllk w IMI about oOU hogs weiirhing L'OO lbs., at ."'.( ' B, through the I ." O ti .uiHriurnf mi Hour nii.l iln.il Capitol. While waiidenug box on thcrMiulerntked. ..u'.. Winchester Democrat. to lr 'in the into le exi.ected to corridor he arcidenUlly tmvak&l into tiie car. I'llANUMAUIMON t ,.t all li.ere was of It " I It reipiires annnallv .V,00() tons of JAS.UUlVfc.NS, oppn .it mnmc my of., r I" m the public gallery of the I'nited States site I'emle C.olJ.i. wherf I vill br found at all No "'""" reply. "Hie young lady Iinil tier ball ileiui witii anxieij, nui sue twine to bind the grain crops of . .. tune UUCfll KLID. Senate. The galleries were packed. binder GIVERS imi. lulvd pleiwantl v uiiumhliuiit liniisiiiiich wnsu l. m. was laiKing in i he country. Ten years ago all the ii..l wlmii I... cm... fJrilillil Charles runner was miiKiug a bpeech. ..i..i.N I must REAL ESTATE. as hint taken the trouble to call in existence required but a fewHveryhody listened with breathless in ..I w.id si... lfw.k..."l 1ULEY HOUSE, t.iy awhile. So did spiit a very pleas tons. The value of the annual output of l.ar-re- t hen Mr. Sumner closed, "That von, .lames ' I thought you tcrcftt. . r n. evening. F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, iiuwiii ci .(Vniu.iiw. Diivis arose. Mr. Davis enjoyed the Ulllil.-- i ill.I. Lull, sell after "ere left. Sit down buck there some rti..i it wasn't much of Senator John D. Harris and Mr. (i. Tovrn or Mild Ciul, Iron and Timlifr and. bought - - Kentucky. on 0umini3iu.i. CoritipondeiKe nickname of Garrulous Davis. As lie London, -- " solicited s.iggl.si u.e man ... u.e ..ro there was a rush f.om I). White have the largest tobacco beds while tl...t county. They measure .K)x'M() derails, who was tensing the stoic eat. And for two our in I hate to am Letter " - wi,.rfi,i,l. wna , feetthe and 1,C00 yards of cotton were WALLACE E. VAR1SON, prepared mot edevermy new Hotel'iand the publ.i. (Iriiuimer lield the tort ami overynouy . , ' , Mild the lean, bun Why, as to that," to accommodate each, than recog. ,eu .ur. imms an. ie ' (ioo.1 I..erv attached and every convenience deof! Attorney t Law, grv lisiking man. in a hollow voice, as was tickled to death. Uter on one sired, (ine me a tall. iiecaiue imugnani. i 'rawing a imice oi required to cover them. The senator FRANK RILEY. bis hand in a vague, uncertain tlu Imjvs said to him. of tobacco, which Stanford, will put in 'o acres he passed Kentucky. 77 revolvers he said "Your experiment didn't work as von will be one of the largest crops in the ixfli m.-- his IhiIiI bead and looked at the "lieiitlomen, you will please keep Wilt practice in all the court of this and adjoin I. M. I5RUCE, gae, "Tin thought it would, did I. re with a ..ensive. ojf counties and in the courts of .inpiw! your seats. The senator fiom Ken- - State. llichuiond'Climax. "Not exactly," was the reply, hjjj -I manled that ...iMiHiir.. .if that. At (ieorgetown court theie were loO von wait vi ning woman afterwaid'" cattle on 6:ile, principallv young stock I j.;vory I111U1 n.j,u.(i i,js .stK,t instantly. long and short yearlings, and prices THE COMERCML H0TEL He took a chew of navy plug, heaved a night when lick her with a wet towel!" staniukd.kv. York Sun. New Among the number was an old Jersey- - ranged from 21 to : cents. One bunch doleful sigh. Mini nolwdy law. dry, SPECIAL AT ITN TION to COMMERCIAL J.I! OWENS, Manager. who W!,s wl,,,Kwl ,in n 'rontseat be- - of lean, sold at :) cents, year, sp ke fur the apace of live minutes. . . and sold. C.ll'I.IIT a MKUMAib.-T- he mate of' - KentUCKy. travelers Horses and mules bought in lberyn two negroes tinrret Davis talked lings sold at ?21..)U to vehicles ued (. I. ii agii Tribune. per head; HarrOClSDUrg, ". tish- the schooner Addie Shocll'er, while .....fa., i... :u.i....l... ..ir si An.Mmtlne. for three bonis. The Jersevuuui drew calves at Ml.:.'.") to Sl.'l.'iO; mules $S0 to I hate taken charge et tins popular h tel Queer Criminals. er swervi.l. f i:tt; 1" mule colts brought jSK). Times. .mil intend to run it in anrst cla manner in ecr '"" " eiitan-- ! r.'pei t ItiO'eine: papered and pa.i.trd Irom a pig was burned at Kontenay Ft., drew In his line and found n W"-- ' the speech was included he The spring meeting of the Kentucky in p tolmttoi.i, the bedding is lieing renovated and if it is it in .!..... my larm of maki-immfort-t wleas.int lilies, near Paris, fur having eaten a ...! iiu walked up to Col. intersuith and said, Association, at Lexington, will begin aide for done The taMe shall net er..ml surpass- I aicddesire to )ell miles north ahout ijo acres, situ of Stanford on the about he ftsh, that has ever been seen :.. that L..,. in Hush llranch pike, opposite the old church. There I understand von was the May nth, and continue seven days. ed l. hotels in th J I!. OWENS "Did are about so acres in ttheat and rye; the balance he strange creature, or mern.au), wH(tor fr(j K;lltl-U.kwll0 wa.MressTn l.Nl a judge at I'alaUe cundemiied tlon. nf the farm well set in timothy, (rood dwelling Theie will be live races each day divided is about six feet long, pure white anil j,ig us'.'" of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid new a now to be mutilated and hanged lot "Yes, sii," responded the Kentucky as follows as to the several distances: 10 STANFORD ROLLER MILLS, barn; is tt ell watered and fenced. Possession can sonleless. The head and face are won-- 1 a child. beslven immediately. Kor particulars, so u J. P. miles, four at o:ie undersigned feature, colonel, "he was Senator Davis, of Ken-,- . at a mile, four at t Ilailey, Stanford, -- ,, - furlongs, All 1:;mim horse wasoK-iuulwuhine a pleasant life and well Cincinnati, Ohio. or write theE. WITHERS. tried be derfullv human in shape and In Have vou anv fault to tuid with llllle and i" yards. lOIir at ',eil,rjwifeIet them use Patent Flour made it shoulders Are well outlined, and tuckv. fire the magistrate and comlemmsl to tlt. stu'eclr." at your Sroof II mile, three at 1 of a Manford Roller Mills. Call for it on hand, urgevery much resemble those of a woman. :cry, and if they Iiave not cot it the Jeiseyman stammered, three at Mb death for having killed a man. IlllleS, tWO at U miles, them to keep it. or Ret an order from them and C0MMISS10jStER'SSALE and the breasts nre well detiued and "but I want to ask one favor of you. Illile, tW'O at ,,le:,,a", """ B"ar"n,ee Ill lK'M, during Hie witch persecutions development, while ' Tl... nixi iiini von i.iu unit iiiuiis eal- - two at a mile aim o0 yards, and one at a SV.,Miy'iamly. '., .show considerable w- v I'OTTS, Superintendent. a dog exhibited such lery when the enntor from Kentuckv mile and a half. in 9 s Tn. Valuable Town Property & the hips and alKloineu continue the hu- speak, ,.i.,.1BI, don t warn me, Htranue symptoms of allliction tliat lie Land. Epoch. Hboot-sli- oot man resemblance. In all there are four right otl'-t- he .iiiicker :........ i .,.i.uiin..u, frutti long, lin;eriiig and K.inful 1 he darrard Cirmit Court W. H. Kinnaird, Adui'r, C. A. BENEDICT & CO., placed at the the better, of 1'lff., v Margaret (.ill and others, Delts. sid.no to robust health murki. ..n epoch in tbe warlock, and he was mvordinglv hang-- 1 lippers, two which are . remarkable fvctit ucli h.u.iP termination of ihe hi. t and five life cif the iiiditidual. Hy of Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, uiirt tirtue of a judgmentsuit, the (iarrard Circuit treasutvdin the memory and the agency whereFOR NATURALISTS. NOTES is wilt in the abote styled 'one tbeimpreHsiou that nature made an by the good health has been attained is gratefull) "Criminal" animals frequently expia-til- l much is heard in Hence is that TAN FORD, KV creature of the whalo's blessed. Electric itHitters m many feel that they supply the strance Tnoroii tho cavity Slay 2, 1890. So On praise of like other malefactors, ell'ort to their Mr Stanton confess mouth Is bli enouph to contain a ship's owe their restoration to health to the use of the Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished it gallows, but subsequently t lev with lower limbs. Continuing from da) to day until the sale is com- on the If you are troubled factory prices. Great Alteram e and Tonn. w plcted. sell to the hichest bidder at public outcry iiuite a fnuht on first wuht of his in.r "ul' "", K"ucl Is "ol larirer '"''" with any disease of Kidneys, Liter or Stomach, were sumniarily killed wthout tr a and a man's i"1on the premises the followms; described property: of lonx or short standing you will surely rind re. (iiieor prize, which on bein drawn oll Mouse and is Acres of Land on Stanford st . their owners niuhted in heavv Tub elephant teeth are ts unduly lief It) use of Electric Hitters Sold at 50 its. and in the ton ot Lancaster, Ky. A Tract of about l boar'1 " .,0W, ",0 m'A develop. upper Incisors; tho. of the U pr lioillc at . H Penuj's Dnu Store on K faV "tU;ra,.U' i'.. Acres of Land alsoKy Stanford street in tho Hns leastd oueot the stables at Pen. e .V Karns town ot Lancaster, . nave easily ueen mis-, AIo the I.AKOE canine-,- and so are In tin Tho Pulpit and tho Stage. track mid will run a jteturai century cocks were some- cry, which iiiignt FA KM lelt by John S. dill at his death, ltinj; i ue tm)SO 0f tnft wjj,i hop. Kev K. M ... Shrout. Pastor.. 1 n. ted States Ureth- .. taken lor tbe inonrning oi a oauy east 01 tiie lUIIH'IU I'lke, IIClll i.aucasicr, rsy t . ... . , it . what credited with the Kwer of laying ' .rei mainly said pike and thu .,,.., .,. nr, sajs mermaid will be presented to the Smith- liir.iu: are two birds at tl... Lonuon rrn Lhitrch, : Hlue. Mounit, kb.i. .kWi Now. n . Breaking and Training Stable. turnpikebetweenami tnutatnir,g aiout Crab Orchard. a.-'Used cp:-- , from which spning j roact uuu Acrea - cot ery ha done tor me. My .lungs " werj biullj Zoo that lmvo great reputations as vonto make him tin bame will be divided into tracts to suit purchase soniati Institute. lie has had sufficient experience seipents. In 1" I at lUde a cock was thought " r(lr.f.,.(uli , rinn lu n frfl..o.lilvl. llip.1 diseased, aand my iiarwhion.'rs five Utiles I ofinula expert in the business mn' his rates will Im very ir Dr. 1II.IU ., . '. ,.,-- , .1. ,. .,.l. V. publicly accused of having Inid one of ' The cocaine habit takes its place he- .,.,1 tl.n other is Use only feu ttecks undtook sound and ucll, reasonable Ciive him share ol t ur patronag'. u, li'ltti. y. IIW VIS' Hill payments I'h- - puram Kinx's Ni Disiotery and inmth in equal 24 KamiHg in pounds in tvii;tit." those dreadful eggs. He was tried, sen- - side the morphine habit with symptoms tlio vmu. chaser will be required to execute bonds with apArthii' Lute. Manager Lute's Funny Folk's proved security, payaluV to the .Master Commisteii't-to death ami together with the of marasmus, delusions and hallucinaTun Sneeiewoodof South Africa, Combination, writes "After a tnorough trml sioner, bearing f. per cent imeiot per annum sm cmlidiHit Irom dav ol sale until puul, hating the force and egg was burned by the executioner in' of frightful appearances and small monly called Xelshotit, produces, wood and convincing etidence, Coiisuiuption tht I)r bvutt 'm Kinc's Net. Discotery lor of a judgment, upon which execution may This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and effect if not paid at maturity, ami with a Hen remarket-place- , hunl and handsome as mahogany, all. and Hires t hen tisc tails. ine a great concourse. living things creeping on the skin, issue amid ti.f peron our lands thousand can property as additional security fer ;.,...,,,;,. ...! iws,j ..f ilium. 'the sawdust of which Is said to oau.to sreau-s- t iskindness them to do m " many trial Vm- t- othors not toalltrespasswill be prosecutedwithout full- tained on the uf the iiiirchs.e .1,1. to the such mission, as 11. people Frw friends VlIK I trt it lUn'llllllli in i.rso the payment inonev. '" - violent sneezing hence the name. K. .. 11LRNSIDE. lrus istore Regular ues est extent of the law Signed at A K Penn ties tite. The symptoms of cocaine ioison. ... .. inil ti tut . Dr PW. l.fH'.AN. t 1. .. n V. HOLMES Master Ctiu'r (iarrard Circuit Court I'lu e choice gems are from the letter ... .... ...or., itl.sl mute titan Ul0U Ol . an I'leririP . i"ei'inuio it sain w iiavu JOSH At)A.JS I'MII.IIF.KT KtCHAUm ...I. nr.. ,.,. iriM. . i,,,.... im4 thn J II. MiKlNXhV. V.. ..Ii.i'lridil sheen shearint; machine B. W C.AlNFs if Clara IJelle to the t'iiuinmUi l'.iui-re- r murpliiiiu. and may last for months afJOHN li. LYNN, Mrs. SAM FOR H IKWIX, power of allecting tho magnetic nocdlo n AugtraHli Itis Mr A1.ICK Ft s.KLR JOS. llALI.ol'. ter the cetsatlon of tho diug. Oor. iU tl (tlBiilllUll Ul IVVb vtiiWiA biiu fashioilnblu but very thin lady wits Washington Star. UII. I. IONS SWITCH, KY. I is favorable. In rainy woatbor said tliat ny ine new iiiihiiou h sneej. weather ' may lie ti.fi rtainiug a . ou pie uf male friends slieareii in uoin .si 10 minuiee. it lirtj mi electric inlhienco whatovor. Dealer In- "Men give me some in- .utomaun, they having cnlled Tki k Ubmi-sito I to 100 shems can Ihj oMrtel at Tin: African . tree Is noted for it . n .. against tl.e estate of Dr- - Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps ... . All jotrsons hav.nsx .. liantuhk" scheme she hiul credit lur geniu. i s - ber tne genius iinave hjpRutiful and valuable wood, anil is once, according ioipe jaiwer Levi fiu.hl, dei'd xvill please tilt- Hum. will. Dr J. II. Owsley, taahlrr of th Lincoln National Hoots, Srtues, C'lcllnnu, Hardware, Queens, Uving written out n liat of litis in this: When I have a uubject ! luted. ofton callexl African oak. Tbi tree is All persons knowing themselt t. Hank, Stanford A Ohlld Killed ware, inware, Furniture and a Day and aimiUr to the liast Indian teak, tint i, ....foi th.ir Kuidamss., her blottinp j hand I ailuly it profoundly. iadcbttd to Ihe estate of Levi Hiiblde lheu.lf nortlcr , hlld klll.d M.J ANIM. F Ht'Bllf.E. General Lino of Groceries, ... ihe ..oo,,,,,, b,..rup vi hy ..puie.g.s.n i8Ml .v, tlM "o ,:ng, w liereupuii He re-- ! night it I iwlore me. explore u iu mi mother, g.ve Executors. P .... i wm, n.u.ml to an entirely th.-.- .hiidn-- u.h deadly C iiuhi-r i ts I'l-- , j.oison is surprising In r little dausihlfr to step up its bearing. Jlv miud oeiotues nrnvad- - 'dlau toak troo i u cK.id of .ts oe.uUar ... Acker, liahv SootW All kinN t I'r ilm v I.Inci. ii. rLhsinM;' (or tooj. ih when,hev tf ' it 1' t.i.r.- .imi j. her "iad" as h odled it. wl will it. Then the elJort which ! ,rouUt.i.y ..muu Ui i, I in t 'ti, K RAILROAD ELECTION. 1m olior- Bl, ...lium or momhtue. sld by A K. ... . . .. :. i.. ... It .. .1...- . . iHL ...bhio aireratuiii, .. which. ..,, , , v ... in.-lu t ini (nil. llie leeilUt; l Hie IIMIM' nil- icii nr air uirasni miv.,,,,.,. Illlll.'l, ' U FVS4.-IBUeU 111 lUKiail.l ti.. wl.cii i. tt)i' (iwnlolfii rttiirneil in a fruit of iwmiius It Iti tiie Inilt Ol iniKtl ,. nrsnliii.i.l Intu Cvln ln an Kn- iu i.iru MTrrtlt t.U.ti- Notice is hereby cit en that n clc ticu will m rnpidly, if vou sm thruufh the world! a dtsoeiitii. helo lady, where it uiniiie.uts with n.a t.ne, hut two land thought." Aloxwinler IlaiuilNui the tarmus votine pi es in Stanlord .mil irlisli Vt Districts ... Iiio!iii MaKisteri.il I ...Jl.l I.. in.- 1.1 .1.... 1. ...... I)r Acker's ysiepsia TnWls arc a positive curei.iU htriuit? mi iinmu ipn.i ' ruiiiuiiK tvii.i 111 .c. ibiui.u, v.iuw it iiutt or ia ,,,st ' .,... ,..- -, r... in is. Ill ' U'llltnii. eosw ,,M,,, tha11 Sl.'MO.OOO agnually u u,eucJ. ttuTsirnrmsol drDis. indigestion, aat- county a euasupauo.: i.uar.,.eed ad be -o locei.tion the oilier (wiiinc Vt a liuE. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor tr ...t.... .. M..a i.. u. fuin nt Irrtt l "".' 1..." ... ..l..n A. R Pw. "- 1S90, May "".a..ui.....B. "'. ii.i .liMicnticn.il friend l'.nJ, Sumv wns ' ' deuce, u. I., Mumped his initinls on u Can't Sleep Nights inr. solder's uiuum ie umiu it cc.11.1... be termed the n:eiebitiL' iii'iiiimt From ..o'rloc k n m until 7 o luck p. in for the in Kentucky has u better reputation, thousands copper cent and put it in circulation. cited alluir. It lias fans for holding U Ihe compla4iit ofcoughs, etc.sulTvriu from try purpose of taking the sense of the .iiahrid toiers No Motel its proprietor is determined that and IMdtou eter consumption, of ."0. in "(utrnuenuri vnnity" of wnien if said precincts upon the question of is.unj not shall be maintained. Iist Monday, in taking some- change he its prey, mustioatory organs for bruising Dr. Acker's Knglish Remedy It Is the- best pi.p more than $jo,. of bonds to pay a tlieir necks na If they bud fnniiil liist min. After .() vear.s of wan- - iU solid food, nnd a sucking apparatus arution knonn for all lun troubles. Sold on a subscriptions nfSKi.."' of to raiseill fundCumlwr-lanthe slock iruarMHtec at Sc and 50c by A. R Penny with Railroad Co., the lunds accruing from said ,,Uo as co"'- - positite nWs-anything woitli seeinu. I dering it has icturned, anil he would not plicated is P tho inacipuirmK the He has recently ac'dtd to its appointimnts bonds nit to be usedexc.-ptho mosquito, tho mouth We Can and Do there were two Hides to the y or in constriicting said road through the Hob that w,llch conbls,8 of tho iane0Si ih6 8awa l.uarai.te Dr Acker's lllood Klixir, for it has county ofl.incoli. from Rowland to the C.lsey tietioti. county Hue. been fully dei.wnstrated to the people ol this caun-rpumplng-tubo7, the Lincoln County Court, that it is superior to all other prepa rations fnr After a tnafof prohibition - for more ami tho " vs," Mid he, "there nre." THOMAS W. VAKXON, Judge London specimens of Mexican dr- - blood diseases. It is u positite cure for syphilitic In :. fur- than a third of a century. Livery Stable A First-Clas- s ermont, C.BORC.K II. COOPKU, Clerk I replied that the mutter certainly puripouonmit, ulcers, eruptions and pimples. before tho liotunieal fies the wuole system und thorouhl) builds Itup the moS9 wcro TIKIS. I). NKWLADD.Shenlf. ,3 demands of his increased State one Sodoty tll!lt woro ion. To accommoda'e the is found that there is in that nished food for relied Breen an(l flourishing, constitution A. It. Penny " Ilcst Iurnouts furnished transient patronage. 'Tood for hiihiert, I should my '" liipior seller to every 111 men; and inoie although tbey had been shut up for Commercial Travelers and others A Duty to Youraolf. mean, cantiu". hypocrites to the square threo months In a dry place. Theso row led Hob as he walked away. people will use a common. It is surnrisinz SUCCF.SSOR TO plants are said to havo tho power of roll-...- 1 ordinary pill whenthat can securea taltiabln Kng- they acre than can bo produced iu any Dr. Acker's hall when dry and becoming lish one for the same money sick headache F.nglitli excluiniiesayH that an editor once inP I i ..rtrii.t., nf i iml's- fr.nt stnni Mnrthu'n An und ail . . . pills are a positive cute for " 1.1. THE HATTER, il.JllUl C'.l bl 1IV4SC4, lkllj Kt U.CS.Ml. u....., liter troubles The are small, sMt easily taken M'MIOHAEL, applied at the door of ia.lcs lor i"'-- ' vinevuid Herald. " howover, when exposed to moisture. and do nut iripe. Fur sale by t It Pelini . -..:., 511 4TH AVKNUE, ii'..n " ...oli.xl liisi sable maiestv. C)JlOUISVIlU HIW AlBAKT CHICAtO Rt ((fl- Thk Indian soap tree is said to bo The vitality of the snail is remarkable "we'let one of vour profession in here Kighteeii peisins out of every thousLOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY tonsively used In South America for .. 1....11 ii ,, nurDOSPS. anii on tho Florida and die each year in this country. In1 tc.i- - ...... ...c many years iiiko anil ue i h...... . Knuluiid theiiveiage islU'i; in Uurinutiy NRAV . Liu.iu m. delinquent lirillsll .MUSetllil iui lull,, The Nobbiest & Most Stylish vj c,l,l m thuial row with his former n ktu tw outlaw t w oin '.c..l. I eaviiig both as wo have inoie of that life on being immersed in warm water. contain .sopanin, so common in several subscribers, and Stock ol A Lady In Texas Writeof persons than any others, wo havo Some specimens in the collection of a species of this gonus. Tho hard, round class LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI standing; has lMlllcd many M ca.c isoflou appar - nutlets, or seeds, of some of tho species passed a law prohibiting tho admission nnturnlist revived after they had physicians; hate tried ctery remedy could heat 1 ' nro "sod for making rosaries, bracelets, rol, but llradficld's Female Regulator is ill tha Daily, Secures to Travelers, entlv been dead for lo years. of editors." . necklaces, etc., and a fow species havo dieted mr Write The llradfield Itisj. Co fori Lv b) all drue,L.it particullils. Sold .. tuTiiHuritv of the late Samuel THE MOST RAPID ROUTE "in order to obtain small, ueiicaio euiuio outer coverings to xneir iruiis; urthcr 1. repose let them dangle but tho seeds aro poisonous, LIQUOK HAU Etcrbrounhtto tho city ol Louisville, now open Kver attempted between the sreat commercial DRUNK ENNESS-TH- E I l'.,iuiill that he left tho handling of hands, when in late rneotlng of the Hoyal cities on the Ohio. River and Chicago, - and hence ..... iwmtn'linincialnntterstohiswlfe. It! at your side," said Miss. lenness. "Hold - At a Sooloty an interesting sweot- - IT in n.11 tho World thorn in hut nno .nri...lini the .. r .".- . o uc .asicsi iiiuc a.iu .nut. cuiittuciauic cihiio u. cure, ur. Hflinnu uoiuon spocinc. ,.., . .... ,11 ntn.... ,h o omc iihtc ine who i:..111.a i.,iu up 1L.(.a the nl.is Uotan .i. w... 3n.i nTrTiiu tX UU o.nnivi , I C lOUn a co.n.non occurrence for those garden Was without' KNUA & sJUnfl B. 0 It.anlwB.tininacupolteaotcoire Northwett The counterpart of this train on all (level- - KmtcAtomtm tho swell and induces large, coaiso K press. g oxhlbhod Thu perfumo cloiMjly the knowledge ol tnc person taKinK 11, elfe. tnu a ....- -. were frcMpiently at home to hear him opment. , - wn lm,10vti,lon of Kntrlish HaU trunk lines is denominated The Limited whether the rolling son Sammy to ask resembles that of f rosh hay, and, like It, speedy and permanent cure, an aiconouc paiient and Caps 4An elegant line ot Canes and I.yon's The superbC.mlorl.slock we employ gives patrons call to his young a moueraie urinser or Unlimited wreck. is is retained after tho frond is dry, and Tnousands of drunkards hate been cured who Celebrated Uiubrellas always on hand Fine .Say M( non, set Monon and ti Is to Monon, if Bucklen's Arnica Salve cents "mother" for.')0 ,......, or $1 wherewith1 (ioldcu Specific in their coffee you want to sate money and have a pleasant jour- . The best salt em the world for cuts, bruises, lasts for many months if not years, im- - hate taken the . believe they without tlieir knowledge, tO l)U poaiiuv-iaUrheiiin,feer ,ore. ulcers.chilblains, corns vrc,allletter, chap- - r ,in ifa frnrrrnnco to anv thlno-- in quit drinking of their own and SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, ney lull information, tunc cards, maps, lolders, freewill. No For " skit, truii ped hands, and results from its adnuhistration. Cures on or addrcM power, six (ions and nos.livelv cures niles. or no pay reuufr Contact with it. Tho BCCrOtary thought specialty. Order out- etc, cullV. (;. CKUall, T. 1'. A., Ky. Send for circular and full particulars. Ad. Cloves and other Furs, As Ksr.lNKi tliree-hors- e IAS. IIAKKhR. O I'. A.. Chicago, otlier steam lixturea ed. It is guaranteed tu eise perfect satisfactior it niight bogrOW'n as aSOUrCOOf porfumo dress in confidence Uolokn SnciifH. Co., 185 side of city solicited, perfect satisfactior coiio jmlleya and i A'R.'pennv. SulnVrd."" ''" IlacuSircet. Cincinnati, O. Or W. 11. McROUKRTS, Ajt., Stanford teed. Don't tail to order a NOHHV HAT. ilyi & amateurs. If not conjmorolallv. For for sale. W. P. Walton. '! , A in-il- "' - s - I KATE i 1.7 .... I 1 i ALLEN EST8TE Johnson It. F. ISriuklcy Au.-ujx- n 1 - j j - f 11 . i . wasatwent-iniuii-aioiiceamiiii- u - AY &GIVENS, PENNY, - ...--- w i . '" .j.,. Ilcntist. b. 1 ..... :. int-y- r EM I VBD I t self-hind- ers &MMMQH. , 1 1 - Iincvillc, Kentucky. THE i.n-yr j ,,. ; I i. ,, ' , ,....' -- .. --- --- i far-awn- v itr I- ' ,,,' j-'- OnIyhr.t-casshores.n- 1 ..id. "; ' Farm For Sale. i 1 v .... t I Kiie-t- i. (sit-iii- k' 1 K ...... olll-iise- "N-n-no- I 1 , ; . ti, iu .:.., -- Bluo-Graa- iran-itio- n .1 ( I ,' j I i 1 I , Friday, - ' C. I. CROW .1 1 , - - - i . injr-t-- 1 --- -- - 1 I .... ST yr i coin-tio- ns I j POSTED. to-'a- s !.-- . I -- . 1 1 !... a . . s I . . .... 1 .1 .. f4-t- . V LVtl-llb- J xJ.EC.SCIXjTODsT -- i ' NOTICE c'ls - - 111 ... . . j . .u , i imr-h- 1 i j 1 areregursi-edtoiillte- . i 1 st.-.- l -- i f ,.,.. . ' ..... I - ..-- ... iroi , . ,., rri n.v r 1 1 r iS; I -t iv t fi-- apt-en- .11 THE MYERS HOUSE 11 - 1 Turnc-istill- , 1 - '""". .1 1 Snturdsiy, 3rd, . .ith-m- ! ir-r-eed .,,,,,,,,.. 11 1 - d f f t rlichi-o- s. v Pool and miliardjParlors A-.- ' x- j j RT'BrOE'OGEGHAN; 1 t n...i. 1 'i.. j ' -- 1 M-p- i,iM,,,..,li.. tt. ti-a.- .,i. 1 11 .,U ,, A FAST MAIL I IB( c AT world-reuown- 9 ' ' ' . 11 .,,.,., nr-- n I 1 y , ' ,...." liarmfu-etle- ct guar-fantee- TC "" I.om-.tiIle- , 111 i W" 1h jLsiU Kn tm riwt'ji tv-"- - r1 " . ( V" WM It ' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal May 2. 18J10 Stanford, Ky. M " " " " ' W. F. WALTON, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Ker County " County Attrrnex, JOsFI'H JiiJc. THOMAS V 11 ' County Clerk, IJKOKOK I) Sheriff, J N MLNKFEK; Jailer, SAMUKL M. OWENS; AMCMor, E. D. KENNEH; M.CI.AKY Sup't ol Common School, V Survejor, HARRY A E AN'S; Coroner. ARCH CAKSON. l'AiN; COOPl.R. VAKNON Tanner, thcconimifs'oncrof pensions, who poured out payments to tlie boys with a prodigal profusenos during the few short months lie was permitted to raid the treasury, lias come out of his hole after a somewhat lengthy retirement for him, and announced that he is going to make a tour of the U. A. 11. posts in Indiana for the purpose of impressing upon the old soldiers that Harrison's promises for pensions were made uitli no intention of redeeming them. It will be remembered that Tanner was tired forliterally fullllling the pledges to the soldiers made in the republican platform, by republican speakers iu geneial and Harrison in particular. The old fellow can make it pretty warm for the g. o. p. for he stands pretty well with g. a. r. NEWS CONDENSED. a Iti t 1 E k. Thk Courier-Journa- l leads of the desperate conspiracy that Tim Richmond Climax mentions "that has been determined upon by the party obi fellow Walton down at Manford" tor in power, as gathered from F. W. Leach, the presidency of the Kentucky l'res Senator Quay's secretary, who in a Association. We have no ambition in drunken eoudition at Pittsburg gave the that line whatever and at the next meetwhole thing away. There might not be ing we shall turn over the ollice of so much importance attached to the with which we have been honorwords of a man in a maudlin state, but ed for two terms with a decided feeling from the fact that everything points to- of relief. A high private in the rear wards a fulfillment of the designs of the ranks i thereafter our position in the K. republicans, who will resort to any means I'. A. Only that and nothing more. possible to continue their power. Ac- Ami we are not going to have any eloncalling us "old," ei- The combined weight of the three is 1 cording to Leach the conspiracy propos- gated of Southern and an in- ther. An apology or the acceptance of a pounds, the boy weighing 7, one girl 3 es a reduction crease of Northwestern representation in challenge is now your alternative, Col. and the other 1. They are perfectly Congress. The census takers are to be Tipton. There is no monkey business healthy, are finely developed and lively iu the South and to see dou- - about this. You must retract, light or ai crickets. John T. Chels, the contractor for the hie in the Northwest to forget to count be killed on sight. W. Va., Pineville & Tennessee road, has for the Southern blacks and to atone There are evidences springing up in about 100 men grading the line between .7 this by counting twice the Northwestern dealPineville and the Tennessee State line, whites. This work is to be done before Louisville to show that the limior the expiration pf June; Porter is to cer- ers' protective association intends to at the forks of Straight Creek. It is ex Come we see tify it to Congress and that body before take a hand in the election of delegates pected to have this section completed by adjournment is to force through under to the constitutional convention in order May 1. Proposals for 3,000 ties, to be' indistributed bv June 1, have been adver-- ' its gag rules a new apportionment great- to prevent a prohibition clause being , Main We do tiseJ for. L. S. Fitxhugh, of Pineville, U ly increasing republican congressional serted in the new constitution. people want prohibition chief engineer. i and electoral votes. Another part of the not believe the The Moirill Service Pension Hill, plot has already been executed in the in the constitution, but at the same time revolution of the rules of the House and they prefer not to be dictated to in the which will add something over 400.1 00 WAYNESBURG. the strengthening of the republican ma-- 1 matter by the whisky men, who, if they names to the pension rolls, at a cost of 530,000,iX)0, was rushed, thro the Home another step bus been tak-- , are sensible, will not thrust joritv. Still Piof. Frye's tohool will close May 2d Wednesday, under a special rule limiten by the introduction in the Senate of to the front in the campaign. after a suivcful term of four months. r ing debute to about three bonis. a resolution to adopt substantially the lie will toglii the fall term here about Sunday the Louisville Critic pubd its provisions, every man who tame rules in that body; and it is signifi- lished an article charging, that Maj. Snn. the middle of July and teach. 10 months-ThIK) davs in the army, n and who bus cant that last Tuesday Senator last live months will be a selett ders, the lottery man, hail attempted age of tW years, shall receive he intended to served notice that through Tilde Joe Head to bribe Sena- readied the school conducted on the normal plan. a pension of 5 a month. tight for thoie rules. Still another step Old I'ncle Isaac (imbed was found Wednesday the major tor Hendricks. Hereafter bibulous Bostoniiuis will' yet has been taken in the call for a meet-- had Editor I). E. O'Sullivan ai retted on near here last Saturday uneonocious ami . . ing of Quay's national cotnmitteeon May a charge of criminal libel, but it didn't not be able to ingurgitate their !!.! tii.rti .. i..Mt.i. ai.. it, iv.a iiriviu' :i. ry beverages over public bars, the police 7, which will proceed to do all that is ,mve , y w ho frighten the fiery young man much. F.v board having oi.lure. all enlooiib to close necessary to complete the infernal work, erytliing as the horses' b.,v ,iUrt s n he charged seems to have been . , are Hotels ., oxceptea from the order, ana and wagon were all sound and. all riglit. , Kemmler didn't get struck by light- - 'substantiated by the personal explana-nin- can easily mecv wiu .iiiw ruiuiruig .. iniuurn There could not have been a runaway this week and the prospect seems tions before the Senate Tuesday. to be sold with food only. It would1 8 rape and it seems strange that be could that he will not any other week. Judge s at the hub Kxowixc. what a howling sham and a seem that up by falling oil' Wallace of the V. S. Court, has granted miserable mockery the civil service com- have not heard of the general western have gotten so bruised the wagon. He bus since died of his in-a writ of habeas corpus returnable June egg with each mission is under republican rule, Messrs. fashion of "a jurit . 17, on the ground that the act under drink except a schooner." C.-McCreary, Stone, Goodnight and Wil execution was to take place, which the Joshua M. Fields, who died in Hoyle The Helt railroad's sale of lots in the son, of the Kentucky delegation, voted Evis in violation f the constitution. for its this week, aged t!7, is said to have never Loudon addition to Lexington was highagainst appropriating any money erything was in readiness for the execu- support. Unfortunately they were in been outside of its limits but twice when ly satisfactory. Over 5100,000 worth tion and it was a pity to disappoint both the minority anil the commission will he went to Harrodsburg. He lived and changed hands the first day at SO to 517 Kemmler and the public. The former! continue to keep up its glaring preten- died in the house where he was born, a front foot and the second day's sdft saj8 he is anxious and willing to go and ses. and never slept out of it a single night, ,t.at the first. the latter is more than anxious to see ? and never ate a meal out of it but one, The convention to nominate a candithe experiment tried on him. It had Mr-- , when he dined with a nephew. ;M appellate dis- been arranged that the current used to date for judge in the Fields was a farmer and a bachelor and trict will be held at Lebanon June 3th. cause death would be between two and left an estate estimated at $39,000. ,, Mler of the ' The annual mtiiu f die i. three amperes in volume, and between Lebanon is a mighty bad place for a con- A Vestibule trail) 011 the Chesapeake Turi.er.ville. Mckinuey A. MnMleburi; Turnlkr 2,300 ami 2,700 volts in force. This will vention, a good many of us in this see- iin.l (lliin rr..i.1 .liwlie.l ilnwn i Ki.ail Cu.illhe hehl at JU Kiune),saiiiruav. 3i . oe- eIllSc 'of Mar. ry,.t !P m f.,r the be obtained by running the dynamo at tion found out to our sorrow on one - a lVonl of Director Iot- the entuii g grade at StaiintOll, Va., with frightful casion. C.IVKNs, 'l'r. J A ' more than its usual commercial speed. refused to work, fear. . locitv. T he LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. This voltage would supply about 1,000 and a sleeper, containing the Pearl of lights and is apparently enough to reprison committee repotted Peain Opeia Company, was hurled The duce the body of a man to charcoal. against a further appropriation for the through the front of a brick depot. Misi l the CrOrchard and Th- ttocktiolitert Myrtle Knox was horribly mutilated and T urupike will meet at thp llarrit l(iue Kddyville penitentiary. The Grand Avenue Cool Hotel ComMa) in Crab Oith.irJ baturday. i6. at 3 Bets are two to one that the legisla- killed instantly, and six other persons o'clock for the purpoe of electing officer! for the pany, organized for the purposoof erectture will not throw up the sponge May received serious injuries. Miss Knox cuiuipc ' ear V II MII.l.KR, I'reiidenC ing a hotel over Mammoth Cave to be ,7 S3 a day statesmen are alrea- was just 17 and noted for the rare beauwin- 12th. The kept cool in summer and warm in ty of her face and figure. dy cutting the cards to that end. ter by air pumped from the cave, made The governor vetoed the bill to an experiment this week in the house j MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTlTcOUNTY. Francis M. Wilson, a Wayne counf the uckholJrr of the The annual erected for the purpose, which fully ' ty convict to citizenship and the veto Two of Mr. .ick Carter's children, Stanford, li Hivrr White Oak and Ciarrard Co demonstrated the feasibility of the un-- : Turnpike mil take place at Miller & 0ley' was sustained. at Sinks, ate rough on rats and are dan-- otficrin -- tanfiird Mar ?, isyi, for the purpoie of dertaking. The air was brought upi rlectin2 orhter for the cmuine ear A bill to punish minors for fraudu- - gerou-iiill. U...... nil !1J1J1 ol...-.f itllll-.- l unit Luuit Al.l . TRAVI.OR. i7 IX1IUIJUII n 7. ;.,.!. Oililifc n..i..lt l.n.l l.n.i.. Mr. Thomas Proctor and Mies lently representing themselves to be o f ..- -i. . .. v iw.w . , ....., .1f run iv iu uic iret; w.i. u ,.., aire imuui wwuiiicnrni- - Amanda, daughter of C. W. Ping, were' less than an hour the temperature wns A ! in oritur iu uihhiu iinnnciic ii tint ltr ITaiiuo It ff married at this place Thursday evening. reduced from 72 to 3d0 . The tempera tn . ,. As common as the name of Jones is (ren The bartlilcrnrthe Mnnemj turn of tl,e cave is TO the year round, strain oi two st.8sions a we have never met or heard of but one'I Kiver turnpike Kiud c will neetat Waic' ! . . . , thereby showing a loss of 9 degrees ie- - wu . . , t MiKinncy tint Saturtiam M), IC90. mr me o .,.. o .,,i. mi a i;wujm- - ui iiuuia t;mn tuning railroad engineer with that cognomen purpf of clettins a I'rcii'ltl and l!iKird Ill"lilting from friction and imperfect conon our erstwhile robust friend, Mr. during 'JO years' expeiience. freiiuin car W f.lVKN'S. I're 16 nection. The experiment was eminent- Bruce, of Hoyle, so he ottered a resoluMr. Pitman, for Powers At Co., has1 ly successful and arrangements wein of Mrs. M. tion Wednesday to abolish afternoon rented the brick made for the speedy erection of a hand-tim- session, but it was tabled nearly unani- K. lb own, opposite the and and commodiaun hotel. will shortly open a big stock of goods. mously. for tho elxtMinof annual The many friends of Hon. H. C. Theand IUanlin.ine tri fur the Kiw I.icl An individual named Rudy, uu- of fiirif The Supreme Court of the I. c . has I urnpike Co. will lo held at ll"1 National constitution and ignorant Warren are much gratified over tho Hank, Stnnionl. first Siatunlav in Kirn 1S90, .iml May, a decision declaring unconsti of the law maker, bus many favorable comments made by the tckholdrr arc hircb notifit-of tho prerogative tutional the Iowalaw, n,..f.i;.. . for the' offered a bill to release tho Mason-FoarKOWI.KR. !' 10 State press relative to his probable can- brought neixure during transit of liquor ..n, !... .m.l ....... .li.ln.... f..M C.n... .....1IW 1....n..nn .t .1... ...!. ' . ' , . into that State in original jjackBges. "i . When the postollice was opjuud ,,u ' ,,a' 'Ul5 '"'" K decides that after the liquor be-further y6sterday morning a large ThomHs cat seems to in a lunatic asylum. comes the property, of tlie importer, f tli.' Stanford The iim kholln found hi has for Cn will hold annual 4i,.. cm,, ,l,.r nnlJpo -- J udge Lilly from sent a petition to was combined possession and it required il tit and Hoard of Director at thf etlorts of the postmaster citizens of Perry the ... ' 1.. ,.... the executive :. m. firit Saturday in at p jioweio, rt,):"""" ' iuhi"hw o". ui county, asking that a force of State troops and assistant to dislodge the intruder. 16 May, 8oo JOHN r CASH, I'm it has no power in the absence of Con be ordered A meeting of Uockcastle democracy there to insure peace at the greesional authority, to prohibit thei term of the court. The gov- has been called by our county chairman transportation of the article from anoth- approaching ernor referred it to the House, which for Saturday, May 17, at 3 i m., to nomi-- , The annual meeting ol the iloikhoMert ol tli" "!:"" er State. The opinion was delivered by voted the appoiutmentof a committee, to Ililte delegates to the LoiUSVllle COIIVeil- - Stantonl ami Mallt Cap Turnpike Road Co for Chief Justico Fuller, five of the judges I'mnlrnt and Hoard of Director a similar committee of the Sen tion, which meets May L'hth, for the pur-- 1 the 1'lectionof "year will i,c held at Vandevcerconcurring and three dissenting. The act with May. to consider the situation ami devise pose Of nominating a candidate for M.rcin Stanford first atunlayr inIAN.N. 1S90. at I re . owkakii.m 15 J. prohibitionists are now expected to get ate '. of the court of appwds. a remedy. -. clerk bind legs and howl. , up on their The special committee on lawless.Mrs. S. v.. Higgins has returnod to ness in certain mountain counties will Kirksville. Mr. S. W. Paris is traveling! Mr. Phistkr, candidate for eounty judge in Mason, having refused to de- report a bill establishing a permanent for a Cincinnati shoe house. Mr. W. II. The nock holder! of the HustoimHfl K oftey force in the counties of Knott, Albright, of Sheridan Lake, Col., is liver W. P. Campbell's challeiiL'O to military Mill Turnpike Road Co. will meet at Dr llron' May, Davis for mortal combat. Mr. Harlan and Perry. Tlie bill will require shaking hands witli old friends here. dike in lluttonville the it Saturdayofinelecting'yoa Pr.crnmsrer in county to pay one half the cost, Kight members of Mr. D. M. Cress' fami- at o'clock p Heard ftir the purpoiefor the ciitiimi; of J)irectt.r 1'rcitJent and Campbell rushed madly to the telegraph ' C LYON, PreJident 15 pay the other half. The ly are down with measles. Miss Ida year office in Frankfort and tried to send it the State to permanent force at each county seat is Adams has finished her school at Grays bv wire, but the operator refused to 20 men. The governor is; IUid is visiting Louisville. I'ncle Simeon take the liery missive and Mr. Campbell not to exceed directed to appoint a special judge and Denny, tho Level Green centenarian, is had to resort to the slow and unreliable! 'Ihcoto kholdcrof the Stanford ami Milledge-wilspecial prosecuting attorney to hold dangerously ill and not expected to re Turnpike arc notified to meet at MrCor. course of mails. It Ih a wonder that the mack't church it Saturday in May at 9 a m man hasn't had to dawn on his court Jn tho counties named until all the cover, tieorge Owenn was up from the voung to e'ct aPremdent and Hoard of Dire tori H. T. IIL'SH, Pre. these feuds have been in1$ Sunday. Mr. W, J. ensuing year mind, what has dawned on everybody offenders in and tried. Tho troops are to be of this county, who lias held an imporelse'B but ours, that he is making a most dicted selected from the present State forco and tant railroad position with tlie Santa Fe egregious ass of himself. We except are to be kept there until the end of tlie Thetnclre!icrofthc P.uih llranchTurnpiki ourselves because we do not wish to in- trouble is reached, no matter if it takes n company at (Jalvestou for the last four r.nnti!ii-to meet at Huhule the lit Saturday cur the chance of having a challenge year or two years, or even longer. This years, will arrive here on tho Mil to May to cleit a Hoard ol Director for the enitun; j C t.lVKNS Prc.idcnt. visit old friends and relatives. year 14 id begins to look like business. fired at us. wife-beater, y, son-of-a-g- tells in double the Take advantage oj our offer. Your gain, our loss. Eulraord.ina.ry offerings this week: Excellent uiialUias in India Linens Beautiful patterns in Plaid and J,auL6 J:,)C cents per yard.and, JO Striped, White Goods at i rtwi.iu;. hnnnnsu. caulx. fine Chatties, handsome patterns, extra, aua.lih'nx ,nl,nl, mill. h, vnhl nl .7 art. " CClltit Peil VllVl Ul also Offer this WCCk 0UI' full Hue SutCCUS . Jake Ackerinani, bunrlar, thief audi"7",6' l "' i tnoioucu, JJtCUUH; oniwns WIUCU. U'C'C SOlfl U I U (lit (I 14 4 .' ' tuiuon whs shot and killed in the " " ,t prisoner's dock of the Memphis police CIUI IS Will UC SOUL IIUS WCC II at o CCU7S per IJftrd. Beautiful American court. Ackerman was on trial for Ivut Sateens exti a, widths which were sold at 20c will be sold this ireeh at J Jets, ing his wife, LU?ie, who, as she stood in per yard. . Ill oar French Sateens which we hare sold at a sacrificed price the witness stand, shot herhutband four ivo vu n't yuru. wiibuvsuui mis ween ai 4uc per yard. ,U our Calicoes, times before any one could interfere. , ,,,,;,. such as Jnduy'o Blue. Simnsni' Hlnrh ami. W'UUn t,it,nhwin Mrs. Laura Knight, of Hellfontaine, best grades will be sold ai oc per irui-dO., has given birth to four children in all other wcclt onlu. Our match- ,... ; II,. .,., Qtnnt nt side of a vear. The ilrst was a lone boy, In.as ..,... ,,v (Wnllmni .Vjjo ,m-o-tc j. i '.,... 7... n this or , luisxwisun (inoraies ,t.'..'. ,.,M.,j;, U.L. ifti., Ksivyjt'ix, were triplet", two girls and aboy the last !-.- & 1-- Winchester has voted iu favor of water works and Slo.l'OO foe a public i school building. C. Ureach has been appointed post master at MeWhortor and I. F. Ureen at ' Ituccoon Bend, both in Laurel county. of Mr. Kutssell Cecil, the Meicer National Hank at Harrods-burp- , died suddenly this week. He was iu his 7oth year. Mr. Frank Champ, a popular and highly respected farmer and horseman, hrotU'vr of the e,litor o tMe iaris ;0wy, died iu Bouihou this week. At the reuet of Judge Henry Hilton the grand jury of New York indicted the editors and publishers of the New aJ'0--' York World, charging them with criminally libeling the late Alexander Stew. of , ; vice-pros'.dei Beyond recognition. Don't lose time looking around, but come direct to THE LOUISVILLE STORED A .,.. 1-- l-- , , v . color-blin- d EITERYTHIJSTG Street. Stan ford, NEW, j And dissimilar in many essential particulars to any shown elsewhere iu this town. niarhed increase iu our business is proof r.rmnl luu.nn. flint thtvp. is a vast difference in the prices for goods ashed by us and those bit others. and, what can save you. '. r, M. SALIiVGER, MANAGER. ves Lt I'n-do- &er-e- e Shei-uia- 1 j i .... ' NEW We have GOODS I and most complete stock of - .: m . ,,.. tc iliK--t g aloon-keepei- 1 hard-boile- J. j Dress Goods, White Goods, Embroideries, &c, liver in Stanford. Call and eanuiu- ,md br conviiKcd - Turnpike Election. pUrr--.- .f A . Full Line of Thos. Emmersoiis Sons Cents' Jine Boots and Shoes. Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, Rugs, Lace Curtains, &c. . '"-"- V- a SEVERANCE & SON. Turnpike Election. - re Turnpike Election. 1 SPRING CLOTHING. Our Goods are Now All In And We Have I .i.'.. f. t! , I'r-id- , ... Turnpike Election. . - ret-tu- r store-hous- e o court-hous- e, Turnpike Election. .,,,,. "T I'rwi-drt- it CLfr-TO- d ; i "1 1 I l. """""' . Turnpike Election. .V- - AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, IJjjlit and Dark Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also large lluitonM.lt-Tiinipik- e th.-i- r 1 Pre-i- tchool-hitu.e- at 'luim-MvilI- f 1 Turnpike Election. line of Pants. STAGG & McROBERTS. - Turnpike Election. C ; 1 MT HAIF vvio -- IPiTkO vrj JL Turnpike Election. , A CORN e PLANTER AND- Bar-bourvi- New-comb- , Turnpike Election. ! A SET OF HARNESS. Aav? M j mffm!j$!i nwmamwiHJ wi i n nip;iwup WfW gjFH I 3 HORSES AND HORSEMEN. L C. I. Cecil, of lioylc, sold to tho fast Kobert Anil, of St. Louis, Clint ley 1'. with :i trotting ii'fml gelding of J UoJ.nud it pacing record of 'J:20J, for KW Ho won every mi In which he started last season, uiitl his record is no incisure of his speed. ille tays that A dispatih from N-- li.and rho foremost niorino breedora arc awareof thevalunof thn polled merinos. Some of them are vigorously breeding ii them on, others would but for the fashion that expects horns and the fear that polled merino mny 1e Hti.spwted of im- purity of blood. ' Ttrra Cotta has heen shipped to hexing-tVerv fete wool t: rowers who use ineri- STOCK to go in the stud, lie being hopeless-lKiHH,p ean he found now who will ad-t- o lnjt lMat a MUeil merino w ill shear lehs broken down. 'I miner Kiloy bus hantliwe than a horned merino: nor are dled tli grand horse very carefully thiH tHilleil nin lacking in igor or prepo-tencHprinu thinking lie miiriit be able to got They ate more easily kept, since in the lust few a r.ui' out of him. but more quiet and orderly. Besides all this, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. dats hiH lea eommenied to till ngiiin and homes. we have conic to the time in the United not wanting bim to become cntitoly a WILL TAKE PLACIv States when the questions of economy Wxntiiii. 100,000 pounds of wool i ripple, it was thought best to iPtlre bim in sheep raising aro to be considered. Teirn Cotta has been on A. T. Nunuellev, Stanford. permanently It is u cool fact that money must deI have two yoke Inheavy, m. broke gmndortt a" well as one of tin of cide what kind of sheep to keep. It is a t truth, too, that cttru otlal in u sheep, as of the decdo work rati le for sale. J. M. Cold. unlucky bor-e.in. J. II. Swopc bought of John ruder-- ' ira and uniiifevmry shrinkage in a Twin- be was beaten for the Ni bur bun leece, is not sold in the iniittoii market wood Hi mountain cuttle at 2 cents. Hiudn-.iby merely a scratch, wnile lie nor in the wind market. Nor is there u (i. L. Cutter bought of Kd Carter a OFKICKUi-- : should aim) have won the Amctieun Derdoubt but meal production is to be the during li emeer, bunch of steets at L'f cents. by at I'bieiiL'O. Still prune product in sheep raising of the R. X. Akciikk, President, Grand Hotel. Cincinnati. O. John C. Johnson bought of Ciipt. I lie iiiiide a brilliant leeortl. bin winning future, and that the tiieiino sheep must, S. Whikery, Somerset, Ky. T. Kochuster a lot of pound hogs at am muting to n total of a.M,7:l be with its huge horns and miserable, flat, 5.00. of porous feet, conform to the demands O. J. Wiggins. Secretary and Treasurer, Somerset, Ky. t the winning line in it) Robert bind sold to Lmne.nf I'.ovlc, tint time. If the horns and hoofs must - rii.r.-or T. M. Thatch UK, Assistant Sec'y, Somerset, Ky. rims. Me will he located at Kugene ?fk bo niodilled. let it be so: hut there is not SttFZiV?: from Lexington, a pgir of extm good aged mare mules fm I.e gh's fiirm, four miles a particle of need of worrying lost the : wiaut an I it is believed his reputation will be $co. wool le bred olT by tho nlxilishing of i t.i:n.Axt hay. croggan twos, have sold the bay t ti'iiitiied bv his career in the stud. horns and the improvement of the hoofs. Gho. K. Duckwokth, Cincinnati; O. J. Wiggins, Covington, Ky. The cut represents one of these lieuiili The greatest race against time whs in colt, National, by Leonattis, for ST.ftOO. Wool Grower. limbed nnd fill, spirited animals, clean A year ago they Joiighl his for $100. " O. If. Waddlk, Somerset, Ky. R. X. Alien uk. William ismi. for a wnger of S200.000. HiitM, Ilrrrilllitf. Them me HO diflercn, varieties of ihinj I'ontetl. S. Wihnkkv, Somerset. Ky. II Kussell, oi St. .loHiiph, Mo., contracted X. Drown, . There is no business in the world that J. l I tor Wnrk lliir-w iMi the national government to eetab-bs'- i strawbotrias grow ini! in tin experimentknowledge, as thor- C. 15. Matthews, J. M. Richardson. Somerset. As a rule, in the corn t of the voun- - requires as perfect a until line between St. Joseph and al gardens at the Kansas Agricultural ' ough training, or the combination of as try. tH much of that grain is fed to KXICCUTIVI-- : COMiMITTIili: many essential qualities, loth natural Sol I raneiseo. a distance of 1.H50 miles, College. T. M. IJIhtnl sold to Gteen Wood- farm animals of all kinds. it successful as mi I make the trip in ten day?. Tlirif An excellent system of feeding for and acquired, to make Geo. K. Duckworth, J. X. Hrowx, R. X. Akchuk, 0. S. Wiggins. hi.ndied swift horses and M) experience! cock a big lot of . hogs averaging about 'lows at the lieKinniiig of plowing time that of breeding horses. To become so a Love Lillard sold iml through the working season would man must bo able to know a horse. This Capital and Xatural Resources ri.'-rwere employed in the service. The .Vi pounds at Join Hand in Hand. The Dawn of a be able to tell a shiiult4itieoiily oust and to same a lot at same juice. was follows: Feed oals in the morning. duos not mean he must hi it was made Xcwhra of Prosperity. street car or a draft horse i ne larmets .lliauce, of Missouri, Mil feet) at noon time, and oats again at horse from west from San l'rtinrisoo and St. Joseph, be The Dream of Enthusiasm Crystalizcd into Stubborn and Indisputable propose the erection of an immense ele- night. This with Inty and a bran madi from a thoroughbred, but he must mail on April :. Inio. The hor.se.s strong able to tell at a glance the degree of Facts. tw ice weel; v ill keep the arrived at St. Joseph. April l.'t, with live vator, in which to store their wheat unat all points that the animal has for work. Thoe w ho hate triitl it Klcctric Street Car Lines, Water Works, Oil Refinery, Glass Factory notwithstanding do-l- til it can be sold for $ a bushel. lunutes to spare, reeoniinend rooU to be mixed with attained. He must know what families, Demand for cattle in Cincinnati Ik likely and Planing Mill, all to be Krccted and in Operation this Sum s I'V snows and iliKxb'. cut feetl for lioisos. t a trots and innal, crosses and combinations are most fair with prices running from lj to IJ, or rutalmgiis and nival, make an excel- to bring the best results, and why they mer, and work will begin on these hnterprises at once. -.- lodge Irving llalsey says of the "tin-tubottoms to tops; hogs are slow at :: to lent occamoiial horse leod. In this coun- will do so. lie must know how to buy records "Itisu very Somerset is located on the C. S. R. R. and is a progressive and and handle bis brood mares, how to feed th.ng for a bleeder of trotting horses to 1.:iV. sheep steady at :t to . and lambs I. try generally we tlo not feed animals on them and how to manage them during prosperous town of 3,500. Two Hanks, showing a capital stock of the toot ciops as much as we should do. tos. be able to tone n colt Up so as to be able I'hey alTord variety, ami animals want foaling time. Si 80,000. splendid Public Schools and other enterprises and instituMr. J. P. Crow is a ttt. av to miike one heat inside of ' :W and conWhen he knows all this and tile foal is variety in food as well as man. One tions make her future exceedingly bright. H. Hacrlin, the Great performer, his nouming his splendid ISelmoitt Chief, fer standard rank on the crops for slock feed are dropped, his troubles have just coin-reaou why ihiui and a hulf doien more of Iter progc-n- but such a horse can always (111 his book not cultivated here more isthuhigli price menced, for no matter how highly bled landscape artist, is about through the survey for a route of a street bv such a performance, and yet the even with the set vice at $.10 See Ids of lalsir. Neither the farmer nor the and carefully nurtured a colt may lw if railway through the city, which will be operated either by steam or pedigree in another column. fanner's lured man likes to break his it is not carefully trained and properly electricity. A complete system of water works, with resorvoir, on tmt that makes the record against time For the yettr ending march I, or the back over carrots, rutabagas or mangel developed it becomes almost worthless. Crescent Hill will be immediately constructed. The minerals in Puiiuv lack every essential tinbty of a nice These are only a few of the things a laski close of the regular packing year, the wnr.els. no matter how excellent they county are noted for their purity and inexhaustible supply. The unable to Lurw. and may be utterly man must know in order to become a cows. I?v this process there numbei of hogs slaughtered at" Western may he for horses and superior quality of sand and several oil wells are attracting the atten:i minutes. in successful breeder, and yet these few packing poiut.s was l:i.:00.000 against men and it will not be long till a glass factoty and is great danger of letting into the standcannot Is- picked up in a day, or a tion ol Ilmt Slirrp Kitt llu.1. for the previous veat. an oil refinery will be put into opeiation. The railroad facilities of ard a family of horses without anv valudainty feeder than month, or a yeur, but can only lie The sheep is a more The Illinois Hoard of Agriculture after long ami practical training Somerset are Kight passenger trains pass daily and being able iiuality cxtept a brisk tutu of speed any othur farm animal, and if fed whole that about s some of it soiled and study, and not even then unless he halfway between Cincinnati and Chattanooga, it is the business point of the hay will inevitably get f ir .t short distance." lias some natural ability in that direcland seeded in wheat lafall is being and leave it uneaten. In some experiin ol the head officials of the Railroad Company, who will K. W. Stewart he tion. Tlie Horse. plowed up for spring wheat, oats or com. ments by Professor Morgan Blood In Front. the further development of the wonderful natural resources the grand meditwenty-livIt 's plain to every bleeder who has he other fourth will probably yield a found that bv feeding Ills Ural Tajlng Crop. county of Pulaski possesses. The Cincinnati, Alabama & Atlantic R. um Merino sheep fifty pounds of early cut ami closely half crop. carefully studied the records Mv next best paying crop was eggs: R. is now an assured fact, and passing as it will through Somerset, 'timothy hay they left twelve pounds un C. T. Sandidge has secured for this watched the ciirient of public opinion eaten. When the allowance was in- 3.'0 Leghorn hens laid last year 517,127 adds another to her many advantages. Moigau cross is rapidly iucreas season the handsome young saddle stal- creased to seventv-liv- e thai the pounds they left eggs, of which Uo.OOo were sold and $721.50 in cash. The chickens sbld jiopulnrity. The Morgan strain lion, Ijigle Denmark, by On Time. He llfteen pounds uneaten. When the hay iiig in of an inch in brought in $87.22; increase of 100 hens. regarded by those thor- is the property of S, H.' n.uighinan and was cut to Las always $.(); total. SW8.78. Cost of feed, f292. 13; oughly acquainted with the characteri- the C. IC. Harris estate, but will be length there was scarcely any waste, and profits, Co, l)csides all the eggs and found equal to seventy-livstic of the family the best in the wot Id found at Mr. Sandidge's stable read v. to this wiu long hay. There was an equal chickens used in the family, which, with ixjuiidsof ..; , ,, . 1. ... for prodneing spirited, stylish, docile serve mares at $10 to insure. u '""K" '" several wagon loads of hen manure, were n,n " CUIUI1K MM,,ur "" 1., W.C. Prewirt h,-- .... w.m. v... . . roadster-- , but it was uiged t g ntlemen'h food is not so well adapted to worth $75 more. For over twelve years this averaging 'Ml lbs., at :', ever since I have made the chicken strongly by those interesteil in other trv Are headquarters for a considerable ns iH hay, cents, ami of J. C. Caldwell. Cm head, P.K) t ion of tho coarser part will remain ir- - business a specialty I have found it the tmkinds of stock that their showy action lest paying business on the farm. I .uid short strides made it impossible for pounds, at same figure. J. K. Helm hss eaten. Field and Farm. .. keep an accurate account of all receipts l. of speed, and f riltli.il bin fnrin "if !..... -- t' iiijvs, iviii 011 me them to attain a high rate and exenses. I purchase all the grain A Kfiu-I'noid. made it an objectionable cross for ani- Milledgeville and Stanionl pike, to Mrs. feed, feeding mostly all whole wheat Ixsjk out for the barbed wire fene Plows ! Plows ! Plows ! Huy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel nest, 01 .Mercer county, for her farm of for turf purposes. mals intended man to tritlo which I buy of neighboring farmers, fraud. He is a dangerous quarter of a century ago our highest 100 acre. Helm receiving $1,000 "to with. He calls on a farmer and proposes paying from ninety cents to$l jht bushel. Plow and you will make no mistake. Xo plow is equal to those; no tpe of trotter was Ktltun Allen, a horse boot." Advocate. to put up an eight wire fence at eight My eggs were all sold at wholesale to At Winchester Monday only about cents per find. This is apparently A. J. in Uurul New plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. grocerymeii. Every plow warranted to that trotted j ear in and jear out on fonn, I'OOeattlc were on the market. The fol- cheap that the farmer usually signs the Yorker. traik, toad and ice path, and whose do good work, or no sale. Ask your neighbor. htvle, gait and disposition were ndminc lowing sales weie made. It light plain contract. Then w hen the bill comes in, U'lm CpI the Mi.iicjV deluded He was a tnlle under sie, but otb-- sieeri; nki pounds, ;?.'; tffuir yearling J which it does promptly, the I'V in worth A sle- -r weighing 1,000 pounds t sees that he has agreed to 20 to $0 in Chicago before he is killed. wie this Morgan stallion was simply cattle, .!: s extra yearlings S'.O.oO; fanner foot for each imrticulur cents per :K) plain steers, pounds, Ji'ti.oO; After he is killed hi-- , killer sells him peiiri't. Mild after an arduous eaieer of wire instend of thtil amount for the ensiipposid common steers No choice cattle tire eight. When the scheme works ln.'ef, hide, hoofs, tallow, etc. for $82. I years, and when the public l.idead. Dan Maw hitched old ollered and all ollerings sold at fair piic-u- s right and the premise are all fenced in The farmer gets half as imwh for his wns steer as he did eight or ten years ago. when quality is considered. than with a runner ami drove bim in tho funnel has to surrender his farm in The butcher charges to the consumer Having secured the services of wrt payment and give his not 9 for tho . i"i, defecting Dexter. years now as much as he did eight or Farmers will do wen 10 ic on Hi mil ii.- - frs. Martini Unhid. . mi. I balance. Myei, Gone (loldbinith'H claims that lie makes no l,,,r At...... 41... .. ... inufV.ll lenows am. ago, and There is somebody standingnioie&"ml "S"""1 IhSiuith. --' I.VJ, which won his ruco at MissAllie Hubble eave us a i,l.saiit inonev. .... ' lllMI lllll - " i", I am iu " full' prepared to 1:0 Bio. Moutuomerv will Hartford, I'oiighkeeiisi. Detroit. Clevo- - call this week tvveeu the man who raises beef to sell Yankton Journal. and the man who buys beef to eat that Bullalo, and is now a horse of pionch at the school house Minday night uid and is making an inordinate piolit. Stand-- ' iTiouhI teputntion. in out of a mare by Kev. lueeii t lay Ninth preached an ex- Mtiu i.m- Hn. ard. Morgan collent at Providence Nimlnv. A ncLrhiior of ours, whose hens, to out ermuiit Hero, an l'lllllls III Illlfllt. sire The dam of llendrjx, '.'.LS, w of Thotno "The Poor are Invited.'' Marks-- exwpenaion. kepi laying on when eggs t eent6 tier UoKeii wbilf mihu. vif i... .. ,i :.. ' wera fort -t AND Moiguti blooil, tracing through Count biirv has teiir. iii rive months' time, there nr viirvi 1(1 wr rwrsintently laid oil during the Mine wm. jn Missouri, Wisconsin. ba. k to Muck Haw k. The dam of liosn- - this locality at 11 cents. Mrs. Nikiii ours season, on being questioue.l, revealed the Colorado. Ohio. Iowa, iiil Wilkes, tho fastest Wilkes mare M'liefco wants to buy some cattle for fact that her liens nun a piiiuui 01 KaMnn& . ,. .. Kentuckv.Ar-- ! i.as. Mont ana.IKO.OOO liobeit Snow skimmed (petl ij clabbered) milk each has yet appeared, la a dolddust, gnwing this summer. that breeding Kansas and Illinois over w h.ch is only another name for a Mor- comes up from the mountains with a ihiv.iind nooi. .drink. On comparing All work warranted and promptly done To disiribuletlie.se of various yiunglady and claims to be wedded to notes we each lotiud that our fowls were fishtransportationkinds. 23,000 miles was gan, as is also the dam of Lucille" Itaby, of a J I'll., and that very likely young stallion her, but we will go a ginger cake that he almost exactly alike, with this dilferenco made. Of this number the rail roads furdola difference that had put many a Colored school district renished 27.000 miles gratis. Sprague tiolddust, 1' W. both being out is gassing. Lucille Golddust, ports IP pupils now. white school dis- lar to the cretin side of his ledger, while of that campaigner, I. l'eet savs the best bay for sheep the same Gold King, trict 70, which at .10 per scholar will our own was left blank during going 011 is a compound of the second growth of by Doisey's Golddust. period. This tiling had been Aloiko clover, "a few daisies" and i' 1M. is De funds enough to employ a good wniuer at Detroit in years, vt ith the satno results always grass, mixed grasses, all nicely cured. some teacher and not a "time killer." Klect for another Golddust. His dam is by in favor of milk diet. Texas Stock JourMillet seed is recommended highly fon Gift, so that Gold King is an in- men for trustees who will look to the nal. young chicks. Mixed with other grains, needs of the rising generation, rather bred. .Illllet fur Cuttl. or even fed idoue, upon n Hoar or dry. is full of than tosotne friend and acquaintance, if The pacer Silverthread, Corn is generally considered the best hard earth, it causes young chickens to A Suro Curo for all Di&easos in you wish the money to bo properly up. feed for cattle for the market, but a largo Morgan, and so is Allen Maid, 'J:MiJ. admirably. plied. M. F. Herrin's time expiresJime farmer in the south part of tho btato is thrive George Wilkes, the greatest entire son Some more foolishness is proposed in ,t 1 crt iiu.f.' lacsm of Uysdvk's Hambletonian, had demon- ".Otb. He has been faithful to the cause authority for the statement that millet the way of legislation in some of the those fatstrated that a dash of Morgan did not of education in this district. Kuney A: fed cattle weigli heavier than gentleman states. It is to have a state Ward of horse feeding corn. The prevent a horse from trotting fast and Allen are piogressing well w ith Hright's tened by doctors, and let nobody doso horses unreferred to is n stock buyer as well as less he can pass examination at the hands standing up under severe campaigning building. Mrs. It. II. Hice gave us a successful farmer, and he says that when Arising from Impurities of the Blood, and ns well aB the best. It was not general pleasant call after a long absence and buying cattle he makes it a rule to buy of these gentlemen. Horses aro dosed froia Functional Derangements. jus tney ougnt 10 im ly comprehended, however, that his ma- reports that they will soon move to their without weighing, if possible, when cer- ten times as niucii now. lA'l nore oreeoers iicquauii iiieiu ternal grandam was a direct descendent new building on the Danville and tain that tho stock has been fed with A DEAD SHOT OK WORMS, AND A CERTAII pike. J. I Ihirnette has gone to millet, as they always weigh heavier selves intelligently with the anatomy, Morgan until several yeata of Sherman mo puytoiogv aim iijgieiuoi ,,., u.iium.s tho PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. i ;,i r ,1,.,.ll after bis turf victories had been heralded Conway to spend a few days. W. M. lliail vvueil ie com. He is also of low- ? rt?lir- "! Groover sold his saddle horse Monday opinion that cattle have renche.1 tho the world. to ible iigure, and that now is the superstitious C. IJailey, Genera For sale by A. R. Penny, Druggist, Stanford, I'oininou sense, and there will Since Ked Wilkes, whose dam was for&Sti. He now wants to buy a farm est (toss: go into business of raising a salaried state board of Merchandise, Turners, ille, X. & H. Jones, Mt. balem, V. L. McCar- strong- and go to farming. Cl.atley Dunn was "'! , to ho no need of , from a daughter of Red Jacket, a Ceview. cattle. C lark u-.ir. x.iu iui uiu iMcsuiii season oi ins .I!:" "0JS","Tr ty. Druggist, Kingsville; C- - C. Gooch & Co., Wayncsburg; ly inbred .Morgan, has proved the most uiiuii-1!,or ! ' son ofGeorge sorrel mare, the dam of Maud Messen successful lake,, care of. ' McPheison, Rowland; J. F. Routen, Druggist, Milledgeville; F. Ar- Tlielual New Yo'rkeaiever found he is rightly of Kiel, Germany, has been Wilkes, the scales have been loosed up- ger. Tho prospect is now that there will The port not bo a very heavy vote polled hero anything better W) kill lice on cattle than thur .ellcr. Druggist, Crab Orchard; V. H. Ctimmings, General on the eyes of many who bad been led to This Uonly water to which a little sulphur reoMl to .V.ioric.i detri- Saturday either for or against the railPreachersvillc; J. A. Williams, Druggist, McKinney; C. II. believe that the Morgan cross was one port, to be sure, but n, lot of Amei- - ' tobacco fact has road. We are not against having rail- has been added. Keep the boiling and lean pork can enter (Jermany through P.iker, General Merchandise, Highland mental to speed, and since the point sulphur in water near the " Z been generally recognized that I'rinco roads through our county, but we dis for twelve houra, stirring it occasionally, one town. Wilkes, -- :1 Hi ami Phil Thompson, S: llij, like the idea ol some classes that are fa- Apply the decoction to tho poll of tho Illinois is the banner draft horse state vored most, voting n tax on others who has also possess a dash of Morgan through head, along the top of the neck and 0f tnc Union. This opine, on the brisket and under the legs, DcCn attained by breeding imported dams, the loosed scales are fast get but little or no good from tho their Arnold is running tho express and Oi course, the animals must be kept in a Clyde and Pervheron stallions to largo Jt0,k Keephiy, short JianJ, Telegraphy, fe I I WT dropping from tho eyes of every intelliCatalog ami uit information. tnare3 of naiivo stock. to California. mail line very successfully now. wurai place when treated in this way. gent breeder from Maine ' H-f- !, y Good breeders arc alwaysauxious tollnd FAIUI I.IVK STOCK. n strain of Morgan blood in a pedigree iih they nil Pilot Junior or Clay. The truth is, tho Morgans have the genuine THINGS WORTH KNOWING ABOUT ring In them, nnd for pleasant, beautiful, COWS. HORSES AND HENS. lasting toad ami trotting limped the Morgans have no equal. Jack, the winner i llt'li- - Wlij One NrlulilMirn Milk Tor of the $10,000 race at Rochester Inst year, Krjil on Irftjiiii; AMicti Hue Were I'lirly-lli- n traces to the Morgans on his dam's side Itfioltiriil ('Inc. Cciils a ii,,'ii-'l- li through Hill's Illack Hawk. ,N does lit tul ll.iy I'urrlKKf Hour. Prince Wilkes ami Johnson, the reSo many people ate now rich enough nowned pacer. Mini. Itell Hiimlin, the' keep carriage. in this country that the mine (h.it trotteda half mile at Hulliilo hreeilttig of iimcii norsw is a proinanie last year in in H)1'J, the fastest time yet htiHiuiiM. Six hundred dollars to &2.WM known. Con espoudent Ilor.yiiiaii. Is alxiiit the w ay prices tun for a well broken mir f i let eland bar carriage HORNLESS Mi" MERINO SHEEP. "lliisc Iliirn nml SlUrrnble, I'oriiiis IVeil." rial, SOMERSET LAI AID IMPROVEMENT CAPITAL $350,000. CO. , e. First Sale of Town Lots -- i "I i - H l.i-- MAY - 20 Vice-Presiden- AND 21, '90. ' i ' t, p.i.-t- &Si.-&-c2- :, -- tJfe y:.tij.xs DIRI-XTORS- ' ,i-i- In-l- s -'- fcl.-io- M fi 11 east-boun- d mt-fecti- 11 enrii-estl- v ir p ,,. v rst ' 1 ie-pe- - wide-awak- e re-or- ts first-clas- s. thtee-fourth- 1 -t 1 e real-i.e- d In-e- three-eighth- s e HIGGINS & M'KINNEY . 1 .... vMo-M- ',.,, j ' a--s Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, do. 1 1 pat-eigh- 7-- 1 - I frco-for-n- ll i tn - i MR. THOS. DAYTON, OF CHICAGO, - I fcMT-I- "- I - - diM-oiirs- f 1 ALL KINDS! WATCH WORK iMin-'h- I 1 11- trntt jci-Maka- . ' j FINE EliTCBKR'VT.TSrQA. R PENNY. DR. ELUOTT'S Fear-naug- ht Medicated Food, i j "'-v-t- I HORSES, r 3 Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Es&iMfTrKL "' bin-cast- "... , I r - .,. m 1 f- -.i ... Tr speed-producin- g Y?:,..1! W.R. Mer-tokic- . co pro-jec- t. j BRYANT & STRATTON Business College IfV OIIIClll blUlO VlkLC, Mr &!&&& rjf...vjrf jbi'iiJ ''jBBBrfPf?!.' ' - VJMMfTWMiBB!???,''.'''' T - "- - " - BTWTMlaThtWWsllauauslUMSrilB ' V ' ' ? ','." ""'-I- ' ' "" '1 A" "" "e miiJv,v '"" wi.;iyn 'r iiiiiim -- - ii.. -t-- H'i'-'-iik- n ri., "'' nmili r..i7nTr ''sMM-.iiui''vr'"r''- "-. i . . ', "M'1'"1. 'I'"mi . ji ' i i m iiiiiiiiiiii .,...,,,.,, iji , on, ., q, iiuiiii - uMsaBusuBuuBUBUBuausuuauuwsuBi .,,t,, .ii..,g,in) 1lllf.,,k) www.. - i.iiii 11 ' .. . i mimi'in i i mm. iimiwii ' ! ,,. i..fyt ..,,,. iimijin yaw r Tim a . igig in ii , .,. UAki Wily iffMil imw, mwnywwgyw11 . U.4.W . V... ., 'm.imV i ft I I- - ): fc" It li 11 i 1 IS 1. f P l 1 f j t I It I "IS ii from her perfect fare, came running down would only too galdly havo fallowed Mine, looking woinaii," wasllnrvc in in "Never. stneo my darllnpMnttiodied.havt with beaming sinilus, to Arnot's advice, nnd retreated to tho work lRcena woman who seemed, like her, to he In "His ..."' titii)ostserPnmedMmtArnnt, ward comment, "and will 111 into r sir tho massive steps, tmr surptlsu; "Harvey rleonor, the meet thotii room. Uon so small a thread ourdcsttulo llko u charm." a part of myself, ami as I looked at you. und mtWimnlrt; nonsense, girl, vou'rti Jokliiff." -- ) on "1'apa, dear papa'" she cried, s 8ho sometimes hung, but one of them, n bngtit felt this mysterious dtuwing towards you, I Tin) .'Oicniii servh'o wns noon said, the "Tho mlMim.iir" It wiis WiO.e! s turn engerlv Into Ids amis. young lady, who was evidently about tn bo. i ivsolv'd that, however strange and uncoil now to bo surprised; stio had heavy wedding ring llpied into its pluci-- . threw hursslf thotifht little nnd como a hrido. claimed her attendance ittlor balding the girls an uffectii.ua. e volitional tho proceeding might be, I would or tils isitinii In life, aud hud siinposed him ro iik (uvriMiKii 1 Two gentlemen camo in with Hkmii, n tall, ask for this interview and niako your not, tsubel Falconer was handisl t tnbe ucuiiloitiililo tradesman, or, to enne middlcuced nmn. whom theyounuor lady ad qualntnnee." r nearer the truth. li hud had no delliilto tho cwrritign In waiting, and bade adieu Tho Romantio Story of n Dross dressed as "I nclo Harvey,' nnd a younger toher life at Mine. Arnot's, und it Isabel smiled a littlo skeptically. " Your thoughts on ttie subject except nslils words, bndognvitn-eloct- . centleni.ni, cMileutly tho Makor's Riso In Lifo. CHOICE BITS OF VERSE. to be seen whether Jlurvej Palconer interest is indeed strange, sir, toward a pmieo and plent.' HUiested a homo of It was a pleasant task to wait upun this humble workwoman If I weto in the comfnrtnb.o abundance, nnd shn sank into had read her character aright, or hud mndo Truth. gentle girl i.fter tho rasping i'xpernjnce ol higher walks or life, such us I imagine you a " I m not chair t rendu rti she n fal e move iii the game of lite sisihe, ns By Mrs. at d whilo Mine. Arnot smiNii to bo familiar with (he had an air of quiet the m. Howard. " Well, the affair really md come off sftor The scholarhe epeakettiono who knows wid, ralnt.y. "bin I had no hl.M ho was u "Truth Is Whereof i lavishly on the elder ludis of tt-party Isa- - good breedingwhichjustlflwtherassertion', man el s wealth when I im . pied him." ail,' said Mine. Aruot, spitefully, after Um hand has touched his head with snows; bel brought out the daintiest and most e. the interest would bo more natural: as it Im nmni; mnntig Ids carriage had jr.tie und tht re w as im further "Phere will 1k a The heart of Truth is stern and coM. Cojtyritjlttt I, jssi ijuislte models of tho millinerv art for the neeessltr for seulinv "I must shj 1 perhaps 1 am vicious and dosmning as arisineiatH' friends when iliev hour he Im The rode world off.rs only seoCts and Jeers inspection ir thovoungerlHily.who he Would repent of bis follj at the And Hr of uplrlt Truth drag eat hie years." well as poor." CHA1TKR I. married n nfoip-tf'- i ." s iuI Mine nnt. "No, you aro not," ho replied, (xisitively Mtrurulh . slie had man ie.1 a can il driver eleventh liour; but I'd like to see tlm tab y-- F that bow was n lierntteiidancrt with a sweetness and ga which Hoctiuil and ooin fort ed her in spue "I havo mndo faces a study, and 1 rend im in her days of p.w rt . m Whereat tbs poet sueetly smiled. little more to the of tierself hen nf n letter leiut when the S'niidfords hear of it." und Nay, thou rente. I found shu mlned Iter ieiit-ubility iu yours: true, tho circumstances vou oJTer.uml felinffs by order- In (emblnnee srt u lit Mo child, the Truth nil "her ours or right a half inch, of 'Iliooldor of tho gent.cmcii ti.itl thr.iwt' mentioned may havo lent a hitler tinge Ity he had remained ihe same. hnv. v ri:ar ing the girls about with even mom t tnu her say 1 think I should lflMtened with verlusting youth: himself iiimhi a little snf.i, and was watch to your ehanicter; 1 could readily believe and Illiterate, a liko u better " Tlio wg creature i.i he kept out of usual a 'tidilyI Ami vvbat 1 hckrd has HmmhI with ibthUsa proceedings with silent attention. "Dear m, wish there were some more that, for I do not Imagine orcrty. ileend-- 1 sight of lier present elr. le of f 1. n.K w fur toogtiv. ef U speaker was a tnll, Isabel was not n handsome girl She ' ence or continual stnfo cateulntixl to bring as pasmblo. und it g dleil Ii.t ii.I II . hor nice, sensible millionaires to take out of The world Is errwlng old but Truth Is yaung." M I imperious - look i n it realized this painfully when placed in con-- ' out the U'st emotions of the soul, but, Miss with wnilh and iei.ms t mi n gn i, lutlicrto iMindage." sighed Jennie Dewey, us jlwo. llurei seott Minos, In InKepeiataal, woman, and Hie girl f whom she addressed trat with tiiosu more fnvonM, but mere tirniit, i in'iui unswerviiijr integrity tn your dopendeiii tiion her for h r daily hreai. Arnot left the work-mo.Vllt I'lMOIIIOIOII. " Itut ns thero aro not." shl 1OtUe Ford, hud jmt tied the was iu her face an interesting 'ppssin face undeveloped jMiwer, ami mi ability to shouki by one of rtu. e rio so Ingli Jast a selllsh mutden. which attracted more attention than she control self that I am assured will make iiImivo her in the "let us rejoice in Isabel's l Itor s a e wlmh shi ruh strings of nit Just a niggard old, elegant bonnet for knew; her eyes, which were large nnd full, you a uoh'e wnuinn, if yon enn have the op would ois'iipv us Harvev i'ismers wife girl, she was Just at the point where her Just a Utile wedding, were really tine when lighted up with fc1'.- - pot tunny for the development of those bet. "Itut there's no dun m her inspection in tho .ItMtu pot nt peld. wr. He's fooling you. ing. or lirilluntlv electric when in pas-tutor qualities " g rl . he II nr r marry ,v.u ' ' full length mirror. ' hair, i fallowed to curi. wouki shape fUNernl sermon, JmH a "Hut, sir, granted that this supKMttimi "'l'ime will tell." wnn Isuhol's umot rplv "Very well, mnd-n- her .N'lggsnl ixis'cd iniiy, Ji into long. gluss nnslets which well bee mo is correct, how enn It bo helel! It s.tonird tohr unr. in tun funiiiy atmos- lean alter it for Jtst a buxmn vrldes. This view of her ease was nn inspiring phere of the work rovi.i, that it was nil you in one moment " The girl's tono was thelinuchty poise of her head; but aside ! ffteh nod rsthnr uy. from these rodemiing features Isutiet whs' one. in -- pile of tho fact that it ernno rrom dream, and that Mine Amors fully as hauphty and cold ns madam's own. uudeniuhly plain: ot few gav her a (mims- - one so e itirolv a stranger; she had words were only loo hmiiiuIiIo, hut, as . nnd there was not a svmptom of cringing JMt a dashing fellow, she r lit- - oldeelv lri.inr..i- - t ,t..iwii iu "I'll.. under the knowledge that had said, time would it I, and a vnr short i Trim froM head to fact, tn the proud face of "that shojsgirl." as mi? irlance.- and sural 1. t. te doing so, for he live I his eyes upon she was growing every day more wil time, for Mr Falconer's Inst words had lieen 1 l.tsiMuy far a fnrtMsn, t Airs. Motitcith inentally designated hor. was not l SiaetldBK et u best. " Kho was used to servility and fawning, and her and watched her every movement with amiable and fretful Kject me at nine ntense interest. How much of this wns duo to mere of being llattered and toid how exceedinclv "In ease of such an uhsaniity vcurrmic. I Jlst HIKHln-- r neddlNg, f "Isn't ttiat hat perfectly lovely on I.illv!'' jihysical disability she did not renllie, but, will give vou Jast one well every thing became her, and, conseto ot behind Just n iMMuymoou said one of the ladles, "luovorsiiw any at times, it seemed as if sho could not tamr my counter, no ttond results quent-, was not pleased with this quiet atnnihl podbly Just a feollth woman . thing mote iM?rloctly in hor style" another p.u tide of strain hmhi hor orer-strun- g .imiw from sue i a strange nl nail tendance. lamlHK Mimctbtni:-MKnIt was indeed a gem, as lioimets iro. nnd nerves. Mine. Arnot Honm-e"Dear me, what an awkward bow you out of tho room fur Just a sqUundored fertatie, The time had been when she could bear from grarefuliy, and tin jrirls were left have tied I" and Mrs. Monleitii iotuluntly was further Rlorucd by tlio pure, gentle Just it glim divorce. face w Inch it framed. Mme intolerable arro-gauc-o alone. Arnot's almost twitched tho strings of tho bonnet spiteJust u gray hulrtst nninun. "Mis General Ionising ordered one just with giKil nature, could endure fully, as she took it off for tho alteration. "TIm snitefulnld eat " si,l Jennie Dewcj, Just the mual cotirse Iabol Grant looked at her half defiantly, llko it for lier daughter; you know thej John Harmon's coarseness with patience, indignantly; "it'sHowoider she envies you, Merchant Trsreler. then took the bonnet in her hand, with a spent their hene moon in i;uivvjx. and the and help her aunt bear tier heavy burdens Isabel, in compriig Mi I'akoncr with lior A I'orni I'oslpmird. strong effort tit repression, and biting her brine was exeeeilmgly particular," said with tender sinp itliy, but that time had rid John Arnot ; hut do tell us ail about it " I wsut to tell you about my klttrn Mine. Arno': she was all smiles, as these passed by, ami sho littlo ivnlued how neur lip until it bled to keep Lack the words Dut Isaoel could not; she was not a guslt- The prettiest kitten thnt ever purred; which longed to break out in a torrent and customers were looking at her best goods, she was to a omplute breaKiug down, both lug or effusive girl, and her dei'per feeduvs liet I'veleohed my speller throaEhsmtthrouc!, esiHN-julloverwhelm this aristocratic lady in her vio- .ml Isabel was redeeming herself in her physical and mental were tiic.;resiblo Mr. Falesa't 1KB eves, ns she waited on tho young bridc-to-h- u me JlT I STRIKO AHd I rhysses(tlseover u slnirte ord k. "The Hverty is still an insuperable Imr-ric- coner Imd touched itn m his eoaversntl'Hi. lence. with kitten, That the unhappy home is growing more nnd she Btic had been in n stormv humor all day, with pleased interest. no more have repealed H Kxrepting mitten "How do you like it. Tnclo Harvevl" and and moi e tangible and unalterable, and my than she could have brought out for inspeo life here was becoming unendurable, and from tho first customer mtno morning, and I And that Is old sod too alurd , tho fat woman who tried on eery hat on the ,oung lady whirled gracefully on one position ns dependent upon Mum Arnot's ttoti tho tenuerest of I v eiakiutr So the voir thing for me to tie hope she has happiness enouvh in store for toe. intcri uptingthu gentleman inn brown freaks of temiM-r- , or others just liko tier, -nrttteu, Is fin', u. eed you what !' tho rack, and departed with the purchase "Il nl! ocinssouiiioal." she pleaded: "all to fttone for it all ' StllltV hat-pi" She I can teil is thHt he prjvvel to no mid I nc- - her el). I am glad for one AMI watt to Imj n est seems just ns inevitable as before to this haughty Mr. Montoith of a "U thnt there It n man TbetD sre tilt she prows to rhyme with that. many " Me' Oh. I rentlv nm not a juiljro of mil spoke bitterly now, the remembrance of 4"Cptd hi in " ever so nt three in the afternoon, sac had been who Is seusiole enough to fall in lore with a - Helen i; WaWcs, In St. .Vlsbel. s, her until s letter loomed up before tier, and rasped anil tortured, until every nervo was linerj." he replien. rather absently. "For Miss Grant.'' smI ICIlic Uynn. com-iu-g iriri that a heauty," siud lassie the absurdity of asking mo for an all tho trials of her lot seemed doubl) uniu a quiver. i' from the shop at the moment with a Knowles in the novels all the heroines Critiiiliosionia I an. bearable in the light of this glimpse of small nel.ai( "Mess us, I'tibol Grant, you look like n opinion when Halph is hen- - " that the teroes ram over aro 'beautiful as Ivory tlrh usd lailated fsea, knows only too well what my opinthunder-cloud'- " "She better things, and sho dropped her hesxl snid lively Jennie Dowoy, "That tvrtainly Iooks like Linpiule pitof." adrroai.' though I must say the beauty of) IllUof yellow, tnttered laea, ns Isabel came back to the work-roofor a ion is." said the younger man, gnllsnt.y ti'ioti her hands in dejection Tiny mirror et In plsc, shI Jennie, ns Isabel undid the package and a dream depends largely on what oue has Moie bndiiiage was gayiy losiit twek aiit " No. not inevitable," said Mr Falconer, diseased n plush ttox whieh, when oM'iiel. had for supper, but in this romsuee there needle. llxsuty sadly marred by uge, lhit s treasure I'll enpsre "Get up your lightning roils, then, if you forth, and mure hats were brought out ruu slowly; "there is another life lieforo you revenkd an elegant iIimmouU ring Mr 1'td- - is a refreshing rhsugo of progrmmwe, for Wbrti the minuet sa the rars. ore afruid of a storm." leplled Isabel, tried on, ami amidst the merriment Isabel where none of tneu tuiHrs can eowe. I utur must have studird the slender white NaiM'l is certainly far from Ite.iullftil "' briefly. She was in no humor for joking, had forgotten her trouble; even her aunt s enu offer you a home," the raised bur head Angers, to advantag- - during hi s'ay. for the " It just puts me out of all patience," uikl I sua m Iter Fuos-unhappj loiter hud faded from her luiml. even with Jennie. ring hitsi ner engagemeni nnycr to u Jennie to nad the Iwuks in whk-locks ulxno her braw, A new, sweet feeling stole lnu her the sole basis of love is beautj , not aauluer "I'm sure I don't eo any need of using a.id she was .Milling eheei fully with the nicety Wueepuut courtesy, mtusiuff bow; Mmc. Arnot's needle." said another; "you re-t- , and for the moiiieiit forgot that she noon us.-heart with theg.ft. she hud not Svk s dainty, gmcnfttl nusM iusntv is nicnliotied. The heroine nsy be I to being have pins and needles enough in your "ex- - ' was only n shopgirl, so snothing was Lilly isnisHlrred and cured for. sod a now uiMtiii- - or a v ixen. or any thing e se, hat the tike bsod holds bur stiff brot4c. Stanford's geutto manners and pretty Other yleMs the coquette's aM. prcssion to supply tlio wliolo .shop." world was opening up before her, one or leadens net told that she is nuy thinic but responsibility also, for she ImW this man's hroMtiui IUh ' I dettt the very word ' "For shame, girls; vou can't help seoing sjf'h. O'er Imm- IKlle bead nell eurkut Finally the purchases were made, ami tho happiness ns well as her own m her bend. that Isabel is tired and worn out with waitMeantime Isabel was beinr whirled HjHouds tba rtlhea toy vmsIuthmL party were readv to go. ing on those trying customers."' the anestloN whether or not she would swiftly along in the train -- Mrs. nad " fo It's shut -- anon It's twirled ' "v"h, aren't you going with us. Uncle "J Tho voice was a soft, gentle one. and at " "Ps eoueeol a sisdsu glaace, rzA ' he trust committed to her was n )7fill she started at the unfamiliar sound, Ilarvej '" snid Lilly, us tnoeidariy gwille-IH a ertmsosv Wuh perrhaoee. its sound tho lively girls coacd their tan"do vou reoiite that you havo not even iM- riousooe. ' ri-Wa''GAs she treads the stalely tfaaee talizing laughter and looked gently at tho man lvuiaineii on the sofa, but. In hand. "Dear me' vou w nuldn't caic h mo looking asked uie where we ar going'" 1 you a excuse mo, I Driieve III do no it 1 think 1 hsve Und Mime mm to send ew speaker; it was sweet Lottie Ford, the lame heard it mentioned that abottlr lleellni; vlsioii fair, You tseo you lmv 1,1 JkW- -girl, whose tender sympathies for others more shopping dianmnd rings," erieil Jennie, as label hoHie Is in lhlladetphia. she replied, Ilasbutg eyes and enCerad hair, given mo no opportunity to select a hat for I have been so bosy 1 was born of intense suffering, and Isabel, turned tho brilliant slowly amttiMl on her smiling, "resiiv, MafMs HOlder gtauclOR tre Wmyself." ho added, hiusrhingly, "ami I can j linger. having secured her needle, stooped and have senix-olTunc- tolls iKiskwsrJ fer a space, given the sabjoet a tbouM. kissed the white, "Dear Isabel. 1 am so rlml for yon," said hut 1 hojio, if I am correct, thai we are O'ertbw fS4HMl sill, nrwl laoe forehead of easily walk homo whet. 1 Jiud one to suit mo." (Jloamsthr 1tch'r) of thy gentle Mitt.e Ford, rising and lirapiug over going there atoaee. you know I have never the girl as she turned to leave the room. jZ& - Ktfltb Sesakms Tnpper, In I4f. "Quite likely he is going to loot; up u to her sale, where she stood caressing the hail a real inr," nnd stio looked up at boa "You havo always a soothing word, you litwaves of Isabel's uark hair, as, she whis tle white dove," she said, In a half whisper, suitable present for Lillr," said one of tin' Wistfully. Itruri'l. und a gentle expression came over her face elder Indies, nodding her head sagaciously, pcrod soMlx : "I heliere he is a good man, "Then I am rind I planned as I have," Twos after the ball, .. as she made her way back to Mrs. Moutcith. 'sinca ho can not stm f r tho wedding." and that is worth more than gold or dia- saul he; "wo can take a wedding trip Twandark In tho hell. Meant me Mr II irvey Falconer rail ?sS-s-- ' monds " wnenever you feel liko It, but. lor the was not very emphatic It was n very fashionable establishment. Ilnr "mssl-nlshlstepped up to Isabel, as she was arranginr "Yes. lotilo," i enilod Isabel, la u whisper Itreseut, I think home will ! an agreeable Mine. Arnot's, and its plate-glas- s T as sneh u Kxl chaste Kor ssretest romaneo. aim; "yet that seems to bu the last thinu change" Mr Fakoner hud j isl lKen tuk wcro marvels of tasteful beauty, tho debris of tho last invasion of And I llag'Ted tth Icinclos' eoUtlc and, as the carnage drovu a way, he othors think of. If 1 could not have felt ing un extendi d business trip and liaJ tiui.y with airy laces and bright designs in sill POhK IlITIHUX NOW. -Twin dark tn the hall. thnt he was good nnd true, I would nrerr Imre sopiH-- in New York to vtsittheStunfords; ribbons; the show-iooitself had little to sa d. gravely : Pardon me, miss, for such Twin sftcr the ball. traveling was niwavs an trksnmo tak to Indicate tho character of the establishment mi uppat entry unpardonable liberty, but I with u startled expression, "where thero consenteil " Nine o'cloi-- pr'isely hnnighl Mr. him, and hu longed for the rest ami quiet of except one largo rack in the center of tho would like crv much to see jou alone, Isplcntv uud ieace at least, mid through after the ball, to the shop, w here ho proffered his re- homo. room, hung with trimmed hats, and the tow with madam's ivi'mission,'' with a bow to the medium of which I hope to win our Twas dark In the ball love in duo tune This homo is with me, quest w'h tho air of a man who knew what Mine A i not. Mii.ung behind her counter on row of bund boxes on tho handsome "I see jo are not the victim of acute HrU h chaneu for a parting rumastlo And sho waa not cold. Sho would haws been siinoredlons under ' uml ns "0 w,f'' Will .vou marry me ' he was about Madam was all smiles, nnd eursitj" he resumed, looking at hor shelves where the choicest specimens of Why was I not boldt seeuiir that the affair was u reality uud near curiously. ' the majority of worn on would pattern hats and Parisian stjles were kept oi tier circumstances, imt this man's family CIIAI'TKK II Win a I think of It now I am frantic Klegnnt mirrors hung on all bides; easy weieutiuiug her best custoinur-- . so she te " I am aware that my proposition Is ir M 'miu'' hegan to alter her deHirtment to have ovorw helmed mo with uu avalanche or 'Twas dark In tb hall. chairs and littlo sofas were scattered about st milled her surprise, and said, politoh w.iru I'uiwi iii.urriitnv, in injn- - ui gaui " qnestbins ttoforo this time " Just darkthat was all "Miss Grant, show Mr Falconer to the straugoij startling one," sa.d he. gentlj, as herself, the future wifo of a millionaire bo knew hewiestfal and charming for tho convenience of the fashionable "If - Morgan MacKnlpht, In as ut him Judf. parlor up stuirs," but thoi o w as a trnco of Isnbol alooked in; "but with clasped hands to-- tug a e son of much more importance in it is to have no cares," saul Isabel iu reply Indies, whose labors in shopping were sup1 if in diea l"ave the city " I am reading uu interesting book, taking posed to bo so exhaustive, but woe to tho Kiiipresed coldness nnd disdain after all morrow, and 1 wish to take vou with me, her evrs thnn plain Isabel Grunt. Tin. Will. unlucky shop girl who should daio sit down beneath her siimes. anu her mental com-mo- and release joii at once from the hardening Illaine not the times tn which we ltvr. She could not fori ear one little mnlicious il ui:u by page as it comas u me, ami askNor I'crtunr, frail und fui;ltlte. was'Whulriiii Harvey Falconer have intlueiices by which jou are sunouaded " on these inviting tests, for Mine. Aruot shot, however, and she asked with a touch ing questions would be like kipsug, and ( ' Illume not thy parents, nor tho ruin I camo to was a strict disciplinarian and indulged in to sav to that shop-gir- l ow '" said Isabel, legating the ' uf sarcasm in her hnuejrd tones: "Do jour i Hiding my exerlneos iM'fore " ri Of vice or mnp one learned at school " Isabel led tho way to a small but hand no inconvenient sympathy fir her work ; teiease friends, the Stanford, attend the wedding!" them words after him, mechuuicullj Itut tilume th) self. Oman! sj Her answer pleased him. uud tie said, people. was not sup- soinolv furnished parlor on the second Hour, from all those haiassiug things to morrow, "Mis Falconer wilt inako tho acquaintA mere shop-gir- l posed to be tired, and if she was there were .mil as her coiiipauioii dropifd into tho and through such an tinlooktsl-fo- r ance of my friends in her own home, smiling gmvoij. "itien i win not weary Altbous'b both Ilenvrn und earth romblnsl ineiiium, plenty of good, hard chnirs in the work isisvctuur which shu wheeled out for him. no wonder the irtrl wus d.ied To mold thj ttesh and form thy mind. madam." replied Mr Falconer, coldly; be you with details. I will only say that 1 wiil I hardlv In spite of srlcncr, spltoof fate. room, provided she found uny tiinctuuso he handed her his curd, saving: " Hut jour farnilj-- , jour fnomls, what understood the sarc.is.ii perfectly, and re trv and inaku ' jour IhmiK or experiences a '1 he jucJk'p w Ithtn thee, soon or late. know how to commence this interview, pleasant one one ' sented it- to our marrying u shop-girl!- " will the.v sav Will blame but ther, 0 man : She smiled bucs at htm; his manner was Mme. Arnot had no idea nf being a which must seem so wr. stiangeto "I observe thut the ring fitted, Miss sho said, her mind goinc hack to L'entlo harsh mistress; in fact she prided herself but I huu found m.seif tukiuga ) email. Grant." he said, gravely, taking her hand, pamculurlj grateful to hor. None of tho Hay not, I would but could not He I.illv- Stanford, irrelevautlj, because it exceedingly on tier Christum vitttios, und able interost in you as I have been w.itch- - really had so littlo to do with the matter, thero were too tunny curious ej es about to condescension of thotnonejed man toward Hbonld r the blame whofaahlonM mi the oor girl whom hu lias married, but he a particularly amiable ing.tou in the shop, and I wish to itiqui-- e ' but feeling for the moment us if scorn aud indulge in aught but coin men places ccusldercd herself fall jou mere rbance of uiotlra cholc!" lifted her to his own plane, easily am) simperson ; indeed among a cei tain cluss of her into vour history, so far as is necessarv f ir aversion toward her in that sweet HconilnK nus pleas, tho Inner voice "I wonder jou could have guessed so ply, with n matter of course air that was Crbs. "Thine the deed. O man!" she replied. customers she was spoken or as that a oar uuderstaiidiiiK between us, and I, tit face would be more than sho could bear, J. A. Syniouds, in Woman's Journal. ' "Atone, then, ,vou will bo reudj-,- tie con- uiexprossihlj' soothing "sweet person," Mme Arnot, but tho title turn, will givejou my own " worst, indeed, than her present ills Ho wus carefully solicitous fm her camnever extended to tho worl. room. tinued, still holding her hand "My history is soon told." said Isabel, "My family'" ho ioplnil. haughtily, "fort . Hirsute ltoniHiirr. "Yes. ' How strong ho was; how his pres- let t, and, traveling under such en i e. In a She was u smult woman, with bluccAcs with a half smile. "I cm Isabel Grant, an uuutuly I ie:i oiitn.'ly ludepomleut of their A curly, well trimmed beard tin wore. uiagnitieeiit palace car. was, indued, a which were capable of a varietv of expresfancies, and fuily old enough to choose Tor' ence swept away all the objections which, Its color yellow tired girl, und she leaned back sions; to the rich Mrs Monteith they thej- - are sensible and kind, when the darkness and solitude of night myself, 'Twas just the kind most maids adors ' had surrounded her, camo trooping to her on the luxurious cushions and rested, mind beamed with good nature and pleasant emo1 um aud if I'pon a handsome frllon happj, will love joii fer my a tions; to Isabel Grunt, the poor shop-girl- , sake, until tney can do so for their own ln'nd, suggesting a thousand tormenting and body Hut she who was his Joy and life In the waiting room or a station Mr. thoughts and fear- u tyrun paid ;ruii. they could flash with Take u little tune, Miss Grunt, and think llrfused him most politely, wiole to Mrs Stanford nicnl gleam that transformed the plump, "ir there arc anj exKJimes to Ihi met jon Fali-oue- r over the mutter mlinly before giving mo uu And suld slio could not Ixihla wife. 1 l "Mv Dlaii .sisrrn. Iwrtr to tell ou an pretty face completelv. answer. lean give joii undoubted rufeis. will allow me to dofray them," making a utivxpi clod hit ol i With "tx ar face" so unalcbtly. 1 am on Mme Aruot had been once poor herelf, eucc us to my character befoie Hie mar- motion toward his breast pocket Mmc. tn way home with mj brute.ni.urio.l. and t Vour nrlite-rriiAruot had withdrawn hur siiarp eve, for bitterly poor, and had risen by various Then to a barber hastened he, j riage " c lilcj iiiuj l khockert by tlio know)-edgIt seemed his duty Mages to the position she now occupied, and "One question," she said, gravelj : -- I have the moment. that my wife Is the lady sho hu ted no, no," aud she shrank back To let bin fair takun lie, commend me to thnt peron who, with a seen what a lovo of stimulants can do in a' "Oh, u;ion I. Ily in Mme Arnot's thop the other ll'in though It spoiled his beauty. mean, selfish heart to begin with, rises from homo whether it ho rich or joor, and I havo hastily; "l havo been frugal and am well day, hut. my dear Mter mv lu'u.tlofii. do not poverty to anitieucc for an exuinplo of the ollen lead mo wrong, and I nm ( um t vowed snciedly never to marry a man that who supplied for tho present." Po with a shaven face ho went There was little accomplished in the my chn'ce It a w keoie. and every hour tpanl snob perfect; one who will grind her poor indulged l it thorn, oven iu tlio luastdeirree." Atiov to woo tho maiden. ' r work room that morning, tho prospect of tn hur company hut confirms tb opinion. I dependents down to the verj smallest To her his manly kueo ho bent, She looked at him interrugntivoly. wedding in tho ufternooa effectuallj' ran not iinuhze tlio feclmiti uhuh led inu to and niako them feel her power to tho Hit tongue w lib sweet words luden. "Havo no rears in that rospect." ho ro- - the thin suililt-- step, tut, thniiRh tba lmrulo of uttermost. pljed. earnestly "I despise unv thing or dissipating business ideas. Hut 'twua no use aha threw him o'er, anhoir, and ir. sober, common kor.se view, a To say that Isabel Grant felt this umiuble Isabel would almost have pre furred leav- iiiont li.uarJouv one, yet I believe tho sort as much us,vou can do, ami I honor And cruel mora than clover, it It going to quality in Mine Arnot's make up is u feej'ou the more for our resolve' In regard to ing her life at .Mme Arnot's where sho had rosiult most happ Ir I uat certainly not be- bhe mI1, "I can not wed you, for ble term; it stung hor, degraded her, filled it up. m the work room, hut she ban- - RU led to it by tho wlnmor of beauty, mil 4t taken You're more bare f occd than ev erf" it. 1 never use liquor in uny form " her very soul with bitterness from day to Sho raised her ejus and looked iu his face .sued mo nieu as a seiiiimentui oue All the ralcouur'&uppearance vvnl not iluuraco any Lawrence American. day, but us yet she had seen no escape from W Ull. long uud MMtvhiiigly; she, too, had a fue- - girls were to bo present at the coremonv, ' -t me give you a hint. Km . there may it, for she had her bread to earn ulty Tor reading faces, or rather her in and Kitty Hay remarked that tliej'owed bo" I.TERSE AND TAk T. nniro or Ibm gnkiip, nnd 1 it The season was almost over, und only tins stincts lead for her, and rurelj betrayed Isabel a vote of thanks for getting them a Kood seme to fcie that. If you leave the to your matter lake '" glimpse of madam's parlor, which, though w a letter from morning isahel had received her; shosawin this case uu honest iminli"liW HO till f IKK IT, I'NVI.B IUKVI.1 "Dkatii loves a shining mark." Now, soly and coolly, inui-- ot it will bo avoided, her aunt, with whom she had ulwajs lived, ness in th face beloro her which inspired nothing grand in itself, she held sacred and the knotkd-tli.it Mio hai been a khop- - if it loved a nt ptiun. ami my home mis tieen with an and it was l!H"d with bitter of her with conildence, and going to him sho from the intrusion of her shop girls, but in girl need not lie paraded, unless; vou imiko the would balance mining shark as vvull, It things better. poverty, of tho husband's drunkenness, and aunt who is poor"liko m.vsclf; my Iioiiih u this instuuco she could not refuse the re fuel unnccotnnly prominent by displaying her hands, a happy one She wondered at horse 'f stretched out "Mr Falconer,sij'ing, with Tiikiik aro two classes of peoplo in quest of the rich Mrs. Falconer to be sad bewailiugs of her huid lot, which sent futn ly pr de und uversion toward her. After if jou aio will tearful hiiiiIo the girl's heart, throbbing with pain, down, that sho could give thesu partieulai-- so lug to abide the cnusequvuce.s of this Sho wus too busj' during tho short time Lily's vveilduig Is over 1 hopo to see you la tho world thoso who tnako fooli of my home, where I um down liko lead, and mado her reel as if sho freely to one whom sho had never soon (ni't, I will uccept jour offer, and remaining to have many ideas aside from yours iterly uiprovnl contldcnlI I shall rccolve thotnsolves and those who don't need but thero was something iu this man's earnustlj- - strive not todisupiioiut of what have done. hud no right in that already " packing her slender wnrdrobo into a trunk to. fact) that was kind and leassimng. mid, ' Your brother, II. home. Hu lose, uud taking her hands in his, said several sies too small for It. "I suppose tho Tin; bones of the average man only being able to explain why, she felt quiutlj Isabel wiote to her aunt also. Sho was no tender-ejeheroine who could without will huvoasaru- " It shall be the study of my lifo to nexttiino .vou travel "Ukvu At .stik. I nm married, nnd on my weigh about twenty-fou- r pounds, and go into that disordered household and, with as if there was no sti'migntics-- in his re. convince you that jour Informal choice isa toga trunk with a cupola on it," said way to my new home tn I'hllndelpbln; a most gentle words und saintly influences, lure quest. wise and happy one. I leave the citj to- Jennie, as sho dextrouslj fitted Isabel's ' uktoundln g piece of news, Isn t it) shall not yotsomo peoplo put on airs, and step He louked at hur kindly uud sourchui:l around, ns though tlioy weighed n ton. coarse John Harmon from Ins cups and bo 'J . 15 morrow Shall we lix tho ceremony best hat into a box be obliged to crowd jou In your small quar"You aio ho said, mqiiir atone, at a tower of strength to the Tho fuluio looks like a vast untried ters this summer, as usual, but after tho beat It ViiATi:vi:it chivalrous feelings in genin this room!" wifo. No, Indeed I she felt only too clearly Ingly. please," replied Isabel; sho was sea," replied Isabel, "so euttrulj vague over I liojo to v.s lyou. My husband's name eral tho men of America may fool for "Ferfectiy so," sho replied: "I liuvoliu; yet As bewildered to as that, harassed, goaded und tcxi give attention to de- thut I make no calculations on what may or is Hamy Pat oner; he teems most kind, and wotnon, thoy cortainly do not stand up I will not den- -I for I um sivtistiod. Yours, iuaj-no- t she hud been, she would only prove another no timehud my earns come to me " Isaiikl" tails. for tliotn in tho street cars. Consehavo di of a home, and my The rest of the Journoy passed uneventelement of discord there, und she longed, Very well, I will call in the morning ut "Not even iu the prosaic mutter or a Ideals of what that homo shouid bo. bat, with flereo Intensity, rorsomorerugc which nine, uud ask Mine. Arnot for pci mission to trunk," lutighcd Jennie, now, I should havo fully, and the travelers reached homo in tho quently ihe women havo to stand up for sir, why do you ask mo tlioso questions!' use her room " would tako her rrom it a vvholo wardrobe, hung with elegant afternoon It was a beautiful day, clear thotnsolves. Ilrothcrly Love It is hard to tell which is tho most "Mss Grant, if jou can not look moie She looked ut him feailessly ami inquirGrant, do, for pity's sake, tell us dresses, and hair a Jewelry store blocked und sunny, and the cltv-o-f "Isabel wns at its best, us the carriage rolled rapid-I- j' ridiculous, the young fool or tho old pleasant you hud better retire to the work ingly whut Harvey Falconer could wish to beo out in my mind ir I stood in your shoes." "First let me icturii jour conildence, and joii for," cried .Mine. Arnot, who was m tho through tho broad streets. room aud let Miss Dewey take your place," fool; but tho old fool has this advantIsabel dressed herself in her best, a plain work-roosaid Mmc. Arnot, coldly, as Mrs. Mon- Iwilluuswer jour questions," lie 1 replied "What a lovely place," said Isnbel, as age ho will novor bo when Isabel entered it ut last, brown suk, suitable for traveling, with a widower; llvo jears.igo 'a young fool, huiuV. with u teith swept out to her carriage, followed by "lam preoccupied, fur-uwlook in her bonnet and wran to match, aud she looked they stopjied before a largo stono mansion, whorens Isabel's Hashing eyes. 4,Your expression inj' life's dearest hopes, in the jKsrson of m? eyes. sutin thu midstof alavvn lavishly adorned bo an old tlio young fool may sotno day qtittoas st.vllsh us Mrs. Stanford herself, 1 fool. is enough to drive customers uwuy, instead Wire, whom Iloved more tenderl'- even tliun "We ure dying to know!" said Jcntile und Mr. Falconer looked ut her iu pleased with shrubbery and stntuurj, and watered I knew until was forced to give her up I Dewey; Tksnyson lias told a friend ho will bj the cooling spray or a largo and beautifully-of attracting thetn" "has he gono into tho tiilllinety surprise ns he, in company with a write no raoro poems for publication. A They wero alone for a moment, and Mme. thought then my heart was tirokeu. an.' business and offered fountain. a position assules-womatiinto the parlor: he had only designed could never lovo Arnot took the opportunity to speak her that I of a tnind-- cider, uguin I am soiix 'This is home," said Mr. Falconer, as ho good many young poots havo long boon Tho idea of Isabel aud bonncU seen her In her plain shop dress, and and while you wr i reproof, but another party coming in she thing seemed Inseparable. she hud let down her hair and allowed it to t'unded her from tho carriage, and noted trying to imltato tho great English waiting upon my niece I studied care was ull smiles in a moment. "Huirt offered me u pojltion," teplied tako its natural bent, tho little tendrils the delight In her face. bard and hero Is an sucThero wero several in tho purty, and de- fully, and J haw ii jji:i fuv the index u .. Isabel, dreamily, "uct ui u tulcswomau, A r.ilrj'-llklittle rorm, dressed in white, cessfully doing bo inopportunity of curling about her forehead and quite transa mannor certain mind akin to my own. manding immediate attention, else Isabel but us his wife." forming her plaiti fuee. "A decidedly flne- - with un aureole or golden hair flouting out to meet with aDDrovtiL atJcaai. I j I . (- ISABEL; Prom Shop to Mansion. - giMMi-lm- fm-eve- , f. d. ' j old-Ti- e me's e i. , 7 j p ' j 1 -- K , i st-o- ke ( j soi-in- ecp. n: itlf j I , 1 xi i i jcr iniM-o.- " miWt mm w.t nn 25& mn Wrfc k y r; co-ai- d -- "He-side- li't i y uow-ISwi- h d I ' fSinn Lrv &i i - I FjI-smrr.- )lM&JdlA to-da- &&kWrlP?' 'A,irr 7rn. . blue-veine- d rm& PAZ. 9. j - fr-- r. " show-windo- band-boxe- k Fal-POH- Tn u I I i To-ino- ' I .o, -- i j U-a- i j 1 " , ' A Vw I K i't. o e i d ' lie-e- ow-de- ' 1 c -. bo-for- e, over-crowde- d u t '' d u i 1 heart-whole- long-sufferi- !" over-worke- d love-makin- uj u !" to-d- ay u e 1 Wr &tV" wtry v vf'- rt,?'',a, 'ifif v? v -- r F 'r GENERAL GLEANINGS. Tin: great fair Is to bo known ofliolal-l- y as tlio World's Columblnn Imposition. A.v lingllHti syndicate Is now reaching out fortho Icecream factories! and largo retail drugstores of Now York City. Ot'ii Presidents liavo all been lawyers nml soldier, and among them no million-ulr- o or man of excessive wealth rati bo found. ' Tin bltn of (.nrbon removed from arc r Ixrlloved by some credulous persons to havo rheumatism-curinqualities. Hit aisk tho wifo of a Cheater. 1'a., man Mulled when lio chlppisl olt bin lingers In deenplutlng u lili'krn, lio brings mi action fordhorc. It l said that tbo 0orgin mil road Ih tboonly road of ltn alio hi tbo world that lias never killed a wionjer and never had a inortgngo on It. l.v rtlrii, X. V., trndcMini-of nil sort not only hell their delinquent accounts) sua public sale, but ndvortbio tliein at full length In the imports. Tin: town of llelbel. Me., with nearly three thousand Inhabitant, bus no use , for a and projtosos to rent out thu building formerly lined for that pur- - llfljt g lock-i.p- K)SO. 1 rViii:inn:.N any that Itunb lake, in Montiuoreney Comity, Mich., has I icon overstocked with white tlsh by the fish commission, and that they are murvlng to d oiith. A Ni:w Yoitu dentist employ a lady assistant at a snlnry of llfty dollars :i week and n commission for otury customer, who goes from hoime to house and cleans teeth. r A Ciucvi.o says he oan liribe from vu to ten of bis customers to swear him clear of any ehnrpo mado by tbo police, and it won't rota him over two beers per man. 'I'iik highest Hwlary paid to any man, oMclal or in the Cnltcd SUite In SMI.OOO. which amount is itaid to the President of the Itqultnhle Life Insurance Com puny. I'l.owrns ure tented instead of purchased at Washington, ami a clever flbr-lrecently usml the Mine Uowors at an onrly afternoyu lunch, at a ton nml nt n card reception in the even-tusaloun-kcctrc11 semi-oUkiltl, live-o'cloc- et k g. Tiik body of Lucy Karat, the Mexican dwarf, who died recently uu a railroad train in thi'U'wt, win shipped by rnll to Mexico, but was held at IH lns, Tex., was paid until the Mexican nil Import tax of tM). At low tide the clam diggers nri Iminj on the llatH in front of llwaco, Wash., "hor the clams are numeroun and faL A few years ago no am-thin); a u olam wa. to be found In taker's liny, while now the supply soema lo be InoxhuuM-Iblc- . custom-houMI - r- Ji.wi.i.Kit, of Keck ford. Wash., recently presented the public .school with a clock. This was followed by a more expensive one by a rival Jeweler, and by the time the enthusiasm had subsided, every room In the school had a A clock. l.s being made to establish in btoto industrial home for the blind where sightless po'sons who havo learned trades can work and be siiro of Hiipport. There are alxiut fifteen hundred blind persons in the Mate the greater jwrt of whom aro over school A.v otfort Iowa a age. A SOMEWHAT SINGULAR. A mutt, nt the Flint (Mich.) institution has issued a challenge to light any other nitito in the United States. A Nkiiiiaska wife, prays tho court to restrain her lawful husband "from patting her on tho head, poking her In tho ribs and talking baby talk to her." A ScmvK.VKsvii.u: (Pa.) man lately oranges and a nto for.y-twof sugar, drank two tumblers of water and smoked three cigars In about two hours. A man of Suco, Mo., cut his Initials In thu peel of a Florida orange as it hung on ItH tree last winter. That satno ' orange was one of a dozen ho recently ininght of a Saco dealer. A of Nashville, Mich., recently came aero three rats In tho road, nnd all of them bud hold of antra u' traveling along. On closer investigation ho found the two outside nils were lending the center one, which was blind. A FAiiinii living a few miles .from Culpepper, .'a., has a uiiilo which, for sagacity and agility, "takes the cake." Mr. Lewis found tbo mtilo In tho hayloft the other morning. The only modo of Ingress to the loft Is by ; ladder. ' A iiKMAiti; mii.i: coincidence in connection with the death or the president of an electric railway in Ohio is that ho was killed while violating a rulo ho himself bad mado forbidding passengers to get olf or on the front platform while the ear was in motion. A i a recent banquet in Sun Francisco of the Undertaker'. association, the menus wero printed on cnrdloard cut In the shape of a colli n, and among tho dishes wore chicken dn'ssed u la shroud, HinolUi on stretcher and stewed tomatoes a la grippe. A HfMi'iiAriiri) man at Chicago gets si living by selling the time of day. Ho has a chronometer, and It is warranted time. He has a certatn territory which he goes over, and furnishes the house-wi-u In that territory with tho time of day once a week. II gel ten eenw a week from each patron. Klin a rioN does not seem to make people any the let Mijierslilioufc. About LMMi dtlTerent kinds of dream Itooks are in the market, and all of them tlnd buyers, while snles stendlly Incrimso about tn proportion to the increase of people. Nor Is the deinnnd for dream books confined to the poor. Women with sealskins and diamonds buy them. Till, singular spectacle of a man walking along the street eating gr!)bncks nas presentcsl in Ouluth. Minn., the He wnllowsl forty-eigother afternoon. dollars in lives, twos ami ones, when he was caught by tho police and taken to the station boiisi. A search revealed 007 between his inside shirt anil skin, lie sutlers from the hallucination that p(S)p1e are trying to steal his money. A mx who mysteriously disappeared from his home in Keyport, N..I.. a short time ago, has been found in tho vault of Ho took his depara cemetery there. ture on account of the disobedience of bis daughter, agsl soiei.teon years. She has a lover, a young Englishman, employed in a carriage factory. His attentions to her displeased the father. The girl wouldn't give up her lover and the father" took a few of his olTocts nnd moved to the vault of the (Jreen Orovo Cemetery. o half-poun- d I ht FUN FOR EVERYBODY. Rr.r.iSTHAiioF Vothiis "How old aro you, mndanie?" Female "1 bavo soon SClKNt K AM) IMKHiliKSS. PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE. I THE CURIOSITY SHOP. you summers, sir." Registrar NOTES AND COMMENTS ON SUB"Er, how long huvo you been blind?" JECTS OF POPULAR INTEREST. "Thomas, spoil 'woather,'" said tho weathor." master. ot iunn "You may sit down, Thomas; you'vo A HcK'i Iptlun with nml I'n- IIhIUIhik's of Ufiinirkiilil)' given itn tho worst spoil of wentber wo'vo had this yenr." iiamil Cl,tlllllni' I'nrlllHtloll lliiteliirlilK Stout M n ln something of a hurry) TIihI CliuriK'trrlzn tl" I llht of Hint. "I'll give you flvo dollars to get mo to a tn tho station In threo minutes." Cabman of On the tub of Juiih. 1!7.u there naH village lying to hail nt (with provoking Blowness) "Well, sor, the nut liwpt of I lib-- . In which hiilMones nineteen lllii-lrutl- j si ' ' i clgarette-smokingyout- h ' riill.MiKIJ'UIA chemisl says of the rise In camphor: "Not lone ago it could be bought at forty-fivcents per pound by the barrel; now it Is selling at sixty llvti cents. Tho cause of the Increased price h owlnp to the fact that calnphur U bclnp usisl for makluc smokelesi KMler." Tin: preal monsters of mechanical skill and genius call for the sacrifice of h ,'reat deal of life and limb in their n Tbo greater the construction. the moio extensive Is the fet loss of life, lu the construction of the KIHol tower, for Instance, twenty-siliven were lost, according to the olllcial returns of the French (lovernment, while on the tfreat Forth bridge In Scotland a list of forty lives lost has been e en'l-noorlx pu!-lUhc- WOMEN OF WORTH. Mils. Tamiaoi . wife of the celebrated preacher, is said to be the financier of thu family. It Is she who makes all tho doctor's engagements and does bis banking business. Mmk. Pir.nui. MAiiir, who holds a degree of Doctor of Medicine of the Faculty of Paris, has. after a debate, been admitted to .the competition for the otllco of physician to the bureau of public assistance. d. is a great belptolieorge Kennan In bis work for the oppressed people of Russia. She recopies manuscript, reads proofs, translates Russian works, goes over the receipts from his work, and sees to their investment or deposit. Mrs. Kennan is described as a thorough business woman, of considerMils. Kii.N.NAX STRAY -- STATISTICS. V. &r !-. P $... ' 5. .ft. Physicians say blindness has increased In New York State during thu past five years thirteen times as fal as the populuilun. Statistics show, accirdln( to the asylums made from all the In the United States, that less than six K;r cent, of the patients incarcerated are cured. Accoittil.Mi to Ccortfo I'. Howell Amorican Newspaper IHrectouy for 1890 Illinois is now thu second State in the Union In tbo number of newspapers printed, having ,:W, while Pennsylvania has but LJs. New York has 1,778. IvtjriitY mado in France In order to carry out the new lawgiving certain advantages to fathers of more than seven uhildren has elicited, among other things, the fact that there are !i.U0i),(MH) households In which there. Iiv, been no child. ArconniMi to figures given by h San Francisco newspaper California b. the blootllest Stnte In the I'nlon. In 1Ssj it had one homicide to ."M79 of the population. In the other States It runs up from one In 8,01'.' in Kentucky to one In N,000 In other States. FiiANri: produces annually JtMKK),mHi tons of coal; (icrmany, 70,000,000, and England, 105,000,000. The annual of Franco amounts to l.SrtO pounds for every Inhabitant; In Germany, 3,000 pounds; in llelgium, pounds, and In Kngland, 7,400 pounds. Accoiitnxu to thi Prussian army list of 1800 the purcontago of noblemen among the, officers is 99.SJ In the Horsu Guards, 07.H in the FootOuards, 70.1 In tlio cavalry of tbo line, 41. 7 In the inU"-- artillery fantry of the. line, !i.10 nnd 10.59 in the railway, pioneer and train forces. Tnr. latest and most trustworthy show that there are In operation in this country and in the course of construction at the present time no fewer than 179 electric railways, operating 1,885 cars, with l.'JCO miles of track. Tho number of passengers carried It would bo dlQlcult to estimate, but It can not bo far from 100,000,000 V-20- 1 ' able business tact, and much personal altrsietlToness. Mils. Wan vMAKitn. the wifo of tlio Postmastor-lionomkeeps one or two persons busy during the fruit season canning and preserving. The good thing thus xtorel away are all given to poor people. Mrs. Wnnamakor's charities are so extensive that she employs a woman whom she can trust to Investigate all cases and sift the deserving from the inijosUirs. Ml-- s .It u kt Conso.N is said to be a very interesting woman apart from her and celebrity. culinary equipment Those who do not know her presuppose that her conversation Is limited to boll and roast, whereas the kitchen is only an Incident In her discourse. She is something of an Invalid, suffering greatly at times, and has acquired from physicians n great deal of that hygienic knowledge which appears in her books. MissMaiiv F. SuY.iori:, ono of tbo pioneers among women stenographers und typewriters, hits associated four other women with her in tho formation of a printing nnd publishing company. They own the stock themselves, they disjlaro that they are going to run tho business all alone, and that there shall not be a dollar's interest sold to any man. The chief thing that they have on their hands is the publication of the Business Woman's Journal. Miss Seymour is the editor. Shu started it some time ago, and, quite well satisfied with its success, has recently enlarged it. Thk tlrst woman ordained to tbo ministry was Mrs. Cella Unitarian Uurleigh, the wife of tbo poet, William H. Burleigh, and the foundress of tho Brooklyn Woman's Club, which will shortly come of age. He and his wife were mombers of Mr. Chadwick's society. Her success was remarkable, both us a preacher and pastor. Sbo has had few successors In the Eastern churches, but lu the Northwest there Is a round dozen of women preaching to Unitarian churches, with an effectiveness that is putting their brother ministers on tholr mettle. Homo of them command largo and enthusiastic congregations. l, hrlbo that horse." l in M''l In tlio .limwi (iinIiicm! unit A Maixk man told his wife he was go-- 1 iiecoiiip.'iii ing cut. The drawings were made profiler, Ing to Asusangivatonsogainngogwong-- 1 in the imtutnl sua by a ill Nature. TIiom; liail- d tongowa fishing, and got all his friends mid llrst to go to his houso and ask where ho wag. utones eoiiit if a ct'iitml nucleus, surroundd When lio returned the poor womnn was tlio--by Inrv;- ic crytnl Mtniiiwlmt mineral, bc- of quartz, nml, like that so exhausted she conldn t speak for a longing to the Ihxii);umu1 or rhomlioliudral weok. system of rrWiillilutloii. A examination roTcalcd in tho stomach of a bull terrier that died suddenly several jnrds of string, burned The matches and a clgarotte-boldeappears to have boon thoroughly digested, but It is rath- er strange that a few buttons wore not also found. A n.Kiu.MiAN' preached several sermons from tho text: "Peter's wife's mother lay sick of a fqvor." One morn- ing tbo church boll tolled, and tho minister naked tho sorvant who was dead. KKMAIIKAM.K llAtl.STOXKS. The man replied that ho believed It was Commenting uM)ti tliesextrHordiuury an sho had been Peter's wife's mother, Popular Science News jik tlinttlm sick for a long time. mhsI remiirkable Kint in connection with "Pr.miAi's," said a frcoh young man, as tbuiii is the fact tlint, judging from our preshe plumped himsolf down on the sofa ent know ledge, a very long time must have gen-between the two giddy girls, "perhaps le'ii occupied in their formation. As acrys-- ! I rule, the larger ami more jierfect a wore discusiing some choico you slowly it unlit lx formed, and secret'.'" "Oh. no." said ono of them. tal is, the more Mtwuuuot understand how so heavy a body "I was just saying to Minnie that 'noth- Ht a huiNtouu can lw supixirttsl in the air ing should separate us,' but really I long enough for the crystallisation to take didn't expect it to happen so soon." And pliijy m xrfectly. We must admit either tho beating of bis own heart was all tho that tli-- i stones were formed under thu In(liiencu of natural forces or conditions still sound he heanl. , Mil. in. Din AMi:it "I couldn't help unknown to us, or Hint in certain cireinn-stance aqueous vajKir or wntr may liesohdi-ftierunning in to see what all this scandalinto largo cry-twitn the rapidity ous talk alfout you moans. It w.s which we should iiattirnllv exxs't to occur Faith Curo Society last in the siiddun condensation of moUturu in thu at tho evening that a doctor, a regular doctor, uppnr air. was seen leaving your houso yestorday The Kemwis of bail is still an unsolved uie-- i afternoon." Mr. do Faith "It Is true." tcoroUigicul probltim, and preents h many Mr. do Dreamer "True? Yon, who dtllicultles that one scientist "lis driven to the theory that hailstones were of interplanwere cured only last mouth of rheumn-Usudropsy, pneumonia, consumption etary origin, like meteor. This reiunrknblu and paralysis, sending out for a doctor." hyjthesls, however, only brings up the still Mr. do Faith "I bnd to do 1L It's a gpniter problem us to bow the hailstones is hi enter and jkiss tluvuh the boil this time." without lieiug Instantly dissiHitd in vnjior A IMHCT asks "What are the dreams of by tho beat evoUisl.as slionn by the extreme the dsyH gone by?" Tho poet has no teni'niture to which tho meteors themselves business to ask such foolish questions. ure iiiiscsl in the jKissugis They aro gone, iirovocably gone. You smokeless Kxplnsli es. enn't put up dreams like you can bottlo Ill u recent lecture on smokeless explosives, ketchup or can preserves. You have to Alel, who is a well known Enget all tho good you can out of a dream Sir while it is on tap. That's the time to glish authority on this subject, corrected the enjoy dreams. Tfien when tho dreams impression entertained by man erons that are gone by, if tho poet hankors after the new smokeless jiowder would lie also Is hardly any more, let him eat a mince pie or sumo noiseless. He finds that there notlcivilile iliirerence between the explosive pickled trlpo beforo going to bod, and violence of the new and thu hlnck powder. lie can secure a new, fresh batch of If anything, the ivjuirt of the former is dreams with no trouble at all. sliarK-and more ringing, as well as of shorter duration. Q UEER CRIMINALS. lu leference to melinite and other French In 1200 a pig was burned at Fontonay explosives he said, that despite the secrecy aux Roses, near Paris, for having oaten with which their coniositioii is kept, it is pretty certain that the chief element is picric a child. acid; and, as this body Is exceedingly unstal.v IStG a judge at Falalse condemned ble, it is probable that but little more will be a sow to be mutilated nnd hanged for heard about these much vaunted destructive eating u child. explosives. l.v 13S9 a horso was solemnly tried beMr. Nobel, the inventor of dynamite nnd foro tbo magistrate and condemned to other elllcieut blasting ngi'iit, is credited with Iwlng the most successful of contenix-rardeath for having killed a man. experimenters with high explosives. l.v 100 , during tho witch persecutions nitroHe npjx'ars in New England, a dog exhibited such glycerine uud to have derived from w hich, a material of allliction that ho when trcatcsl with camphor, strange symptoms comiwrvs very was beliovod to havo been ridden by a favorably with gun cotton as to Its ballistic warlock, nnd ho was accordingly hanged. its stability and uniformity, Ixiing almost absolutely smokeles.s. Thin "CitiMt.NAl" animals frequently cx-- , xwder 1ms Insm tried lu small urms in Italy, plated their offenses, like other malefactors, on the gallows, but kubsequent-I- y and reports are current that Mr. Krupp is they wero summarily killed without carrying on exjx.'riments with it in guns of trial and tholr owners mulcted in heavy various cnblier. damages. Iloir Minis Fly. M. Marcy, n French scientist, has just pubDuitlMi the fourteenth century oxen lished an Interesting account of the (light of and cows might bo legally killed when-that hitherto very littln ever taken in thu act of marauding, und birds. It apx.-arasses for a first offonso had ono car Information bus Ixsn collected with regard w ing, und cropped, for a second oifonse the other to the movements of birds on the knowledge some ear, and If after this they wore asses in order to obtain made accurate of careful n series has the enough to commit a third offenso their studliauthor es. lives becamo forfeit to tho Crown. yv l.v tho fifteenth century cocks wore somewhat credited with tho power of laying accursed eggs, from which spranp winged serpents. In 1474, at Hale, a cock was publicly accused of having laid one of those dreadful eggs. Ho was 1 tried, sentenced to death, and together with his egg was burned by the exeamid a cutioner in the market-placgreat concourse of people. m I oiic-thin- might corrupt me, hut you can't oorurrtsl lu I b ii'timrkalil) crystiillhw forms KiiM-tu- n Nrw KiMiiiil)' fur lllicutii.itilii IiiIt-plhi- i; i:xieri'iir' ultli f l punt Ism. is proposal by a A new Herman hospital plijsiclnn, nt o of soda, which in he finds, after experimenting with it, to have the following ndvautnges over ordinary salicylate of sxla: It has n jHiwerful action; the requisite do-- e isstunller; It bus no had effect on the stcimnch, heart or great vcsel; itdoes not untisecollnpsu nor hummlug in the ear. of further Wlnl t lu the matter. Dr. I.lndenborii conflil'Mitly bopps that the remedy will i of avail m thu often long mid tedious treatment of some rlietuiiHtic affections. dithlo-Milleylut- Kurllirm Siberia piibli-lits- Ciiik by ll)inotlin. s ' roi-Motni:- r. Science gives thu following interesting of patients treated by means of at the clink- - founded two years ago tor that jiurpvm in Amsterdam: Them were treated, in all. 41) patients cJltl men and HO Of these, only 1.1 eouM not be women). J17entensl a light stugeof sleej). 'X entensl a deejx-- r stage, and 47 entered the souitmiilbillic stage, chanicteristic of the liest There were .WI of the 414 liypnotie siibjts-ts- . nflhcted with various kinds of nervous troubles. Pis were clnsssl as genenil ueiirnpithie disorduis. (W as neuralgias and p'llns, IX) as mental dis'iis's, 0 as hysterical directions nnd I as organic directions. lu general, the eirwts of the treatinont nre indicated bv the following figures: Xo effect in 71 cases f.ti xr cent.), a slight or passing hyji-iiotize- il, A IUclim TVIito If- tremes of Teinpcrntuin Meet. The northern coast of Siberia, said Hon. O. ( Hubbanl, in n recent address before tho Geographic society at AS'iislilngton, is a The rainfall is much greater than tho evocation; the rivers overflow their hanks nud the whole country for I.OoO miles in length and IJU) miles in breadth Is a great bog, called the Tundra. On these, pluins the ground remains frozen the greater part of the year to a depth of cveral hundred feet. In midsummer the ground thaws about 0110 fix it in depth, and the top of this ico Ixsl is covered with moss and lichens mid many varieties of flowers. I'nder the lichens are found miniature pine forests one or two hunof a coniferous dred ears old the region w Inch extend from the Urnl east to the neighlxirhoodof the Sea of Okhotsk, 2,100 miles, and from thu 111 t eighth to the seventieth parallel of north bituiiile,iX) miles, far north of the Arctic circle. In some parts of tho Tundra 11 earth slra turn alternates with a stiutuiu of ice: and in these carcasses of elephants and rhinoceroses have leeii preserved for thousands of years, and tho trunks of large trees with their root Kslded lu the ice. In this dreary uumliabit able laud, ice Ujund for nino mouths of tbo year, exjxised to tho fury of tho fierce gales of tho Arctic ocean, Do Long lost his lifo In summer the mercury rises to lffidegs., and falls from November to February to 40 degs-N-o other region can show such extreme. "It is colder thun the North Polo and hotter than the equator." low-plai11 5 V :1 4 iqiec-Inn'i- n, tinct C-'7 x-- r i i -. cent.) The disprojwrtion in the number of case makes a fair nervous and comivirivm of the results in the two classes those imxissliM. Among the nervous classed ns neuropathic show a very favorable cured, ami '.M iK?r result. :.; ixt cent. Hysterical and cent, xriuanently Ixuietltml show nejirly as high per- neuralgic nuniliers ure ceutnge. though tlie here much smiller. Diseases classed as organic naturally show the very minimum of success in tieatiiieut. es Hirii-tiiins n disand permanent improvement in !is eases 'vnti, an a cure in 100 cases fJS jwr in W cases 1 '2C ixT-eut- d ul ol i, 1 atmo-pher- u r y iiitro-cottn- proN.-rtlcs- , lie-sid- lie Pineapple Iteineily fur lllplitliei I.. It is ntllriiHsi thut thecoloretl people of Louisiana have for years known nnd used a cure for diphtheria which is remarkable for its simplicity. It is nothing moie nor less than tho pure juice of the pineapple. 'The remeilv is not mine." said a uentle- man, when interviewed "it hnsheuii used by negroes in the swamps low n south for years. One nf my children was down with diph- - ' "1"'r" F,,rk" Are Unkiion. theriaand was ma critical condition. An At least half the world know not the ir-- . old eolore.1 man who bad heard of the case of all the askisl if wo hail tried pineapple juice. We of the fork, and fully t tried it and the child got well. I have known men, women uud children in it cat with then-itried in hundreds of cases. I have told my lingers, wivs a modern traveler. The Egyp-fpi..n.- u on their niH.nt it whenever I heanl of h case, tinii nnd the Turk pride thene-elvc- s cleanliness in using fingers rather than forks. anil never knew It to fail. "You get 1 riiw pineapple, squeeze out the The forks, they say, havo Ixjen 111 some other juice nud let tho jiatieut swallow it. The man's mouth, nnd you must depend on your juice is of so corrosive a nature that it will servants for the cleaning. A large part of cut out diphtheritic mucus, and if you will the iV),(XI0,(XX) inhabitants of India eat with take the fruit before it is ripe nnd give the their lingers. The Burmese do not know the e of choir-tickand tho Siamese have the juice to a Krson whom throat is well itmukei same table utensils as wero used by Adam the mucous membrane of his throat sore." and Eve. The I00.0o0.000 Chinamen use in the neighborhood of 1,000.000,000 chojistlcks Simple Itemed for 1111 IntroiTlni: Nail. every morning, noon and night, nnd tbo A French physician, M. Clenieiir, has treat- Korean carries Ins chopsticks wherever he nails bv menus of tin foil goes. 1 lie cliopsllcK Is ubout us olg around ed ingrowing such as is used for wrapping chocolate, etc., us a slate I)Cnc n(l 10t much i0,,Ker. They and claims good results. He simply intro are made of wood, ivory or metal. It Is cusduces a single or double thickness of tin foil tomary nt every first cluss Japanese hotel to lH.'tweeu the nail and the ulcerated tissues begive each guest a fresh pair of unused chopneath by the aid of uu instrument w.th a thin sticks at every meal. place by wax, blade. The tin foil is kept in which is molded over the parts. Foreign l'list Trains. The following table, from statistics colDiet mill Dyspepsia. lected recently, is given by The Railroad and As good authority as Dr. Flint is quoted as Engineering Journal to show the averuge saying: "I have never kunun a dypeplic to speed of fast trains in different Europeau recover vigorous health who undertook to countries: per hour in miles. live after a strictly regulated diet, and I have Including Without never known 1111 instance of a healthy person stops. Country. stos. living according to u dietetic system who did 41.7 44.6 Great Britain not become a dysjicptic." 3C.S 3J.8 'I I ' one-quartu-s t- - Hauler Day Superstitions. There are a great number of queer superstitious attiuiied to Easter day. Most boys and girls have heard of and wondered nt the quaint notion that prevails in Germany among the children that the hare lays the many colons I Easter eggs, ond the English have nu equally curious notion alxjut tho sun morning. As to the origin dancing ou r of the superstition there appears to bo no definite explanation, but doubtless many are familiar witli Sir John Suckling's poem, "The occur the lines: Hride," in Hut, oh, sho dances such a way! No sun uion an Kastrr day Is half so fine a sight. In support of this Ixidief the English peasants will tell you to look ut the sun's reflection in 11 jxoiid or other lxxly of water ou Eater morning, and you may see It dance. So j ou may, to be sure, and so you will en nny morning in the year, if thu water stirs ever so slightly. We need hardly add that in this country nnd generation these ami .similar superstitions are not believed m by intelii- gent iiersous. Ea-te- Jl 1 .1 3 I SOCIAL ETIQUETTE. 1 s e, ft AIll. EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT. Tin: order and mothod of presentation determine the order and method of representation. absence of selfishness uud tho presence of benevolence. Tin: best physical duvelopmunt results in health, strength, skill and graceful notion. Tin: knowledge of general relations must be preceded by tho knowlcdgo of special relations. Piivsicai. skill requires repeated voluntary action of thoso muscles which ,uo to act skillfully. Tin: conditions under which presentation takes place dotermino the probability of representation. Tin: power of demonstrative reasoning Is developed later than the power of moral or probable reasoning. Thk development of the moral character depends upon tho nature of tho motives which Intluence tho will. Thk purpose of education is determined by tho civil Institutions of tho country In which the child lives. Tin: highest type of moral character Is found In thu man who performs right actions from tho highest motives. Tin: action of tho representative faculties is conditioned by tho previous action of tho preventative faculties. That man Is host educated who best knows his duty, is host ablu to do his duty, and is always influenced in his actions by the highest motives. Tn vt mind Is host dovoloped whose capacity forhappinoss and useful action Is greatest and whoso intellectual faculties are controlled by a linn will, which Is always Influenced by right motives. 1 no. I Motives mo high in proportion to the HKSTINO O.V ' ' ' ri'WAitu. Among other details he point out that the flight of most hints is very dilferent from that of the "kings of the uir," who are able to maintain themselves on the wing for a long time without any movement, resting, ns it were, on the air. The smaller birds, on the other hand, have to "row" or divide tlio air with their wings continually. The illustration shows the x)sitiou of a hawk resting on the air and soaring upward. To llrteet I'oltoll Serai OH III l.itril. The following is a new method proxsel by Dr. Taylor, of the United States agricultural department, for detecting cotton seed oil in lard: Dissolve m St) cubic centimeters of Ixmziutt 1 10 grains of u mixture of laid and cotton seed oil. Heat slightly to secure a jHTfect solution of the lard. Animal tissues should lx carefully removed bypassing the liquid while warm through flue muslin. Fill a test tulxiwith the solution, uml place in ice water. In about twenty minutes the Inrd falls to the bottom of the tube by reason while the of its insolubility in cold cotton seed oil remains in solution in the Separate the lard from the cotton seed oil by liltratiou through tine bibulous pawr, and subject the recovered fat to mechanical pressure between several folds of the liltering jiaper, by which menus the remaining limine is aloorlxsl. The solidified fat may lw re- moved from the tuxjr with n Kilette knife. The cotton seed oil is separated from the ben- zme by means of a suud bath, which evapo- rates the beur.iue. e ben-xtiie. w KIO. .' sOAltl.VO ' Several rows of velvet round the bottom of the kfrt is a revival of an old stjle, nud SuUliet oS & dress nicely. Lunelle fashionable A .SncreMful hiiiI KnJojHble liiiiimitlioi. The fashionable dinner of the day is growing shorter. Two ears ago a dinner took fiom three to four hours, and tho participants in the encounter generally came away worsted. Now all thut is changing, nud though it hnsnot got to the point yet indeed is still far from It the dinner is going back to an affair of comjiarative shortness ami simplicity. Mrs. Whitney the cabinet lady is supposed lo have inaugurated the change. A correspondent of The Argonaut says that when every other woman in Wasuington was giving ten and twelve course lunches, lasting from two to three hours. Mis. Whitney observed the error, the senselessness, the ostentation, the vulgarity of the custom, nnd set ubout giving n series of lunches of not more thun four coursw ami lasting not over au x?oplo ure hour. They made a bored to death and have nothing to think nboul almost anything will make n stir. The liebbitdropiH'd in the rippleles jxwl makes n tine, big stir, lasting for a longtime. Mrs. Whitney's xbble made 11 stir in the social sh1 which is lusting yet. uud moving across the face of the jxxil in ever w idening rings. The short lunches proved a success. They made the particiiutor realize what a tremendous undertaking a three hours' luncli was. Women, moreover, are rarely gourmands. The long lunch was, with them, solely a matter of fashion. Would to heaven, thought Dinners they, dinner could Im so curtailed bnd reached such a stage that nnlv millionaires could nlford to give them. Thej lusted on toward midnight. They cost a fortune in flowers alone. Just who inaugurated tho short dinner no one knows, but they bad k heuvy run liefore Lent. Not only were the courses fewer, but they were served much more quickly. In fact, a goixl many of the dinners were hustled through somewhat uuceiemoniously. If you did iK.t wit jour food when it wns Jiefore you, as children nre severely told to do by censorious cider, it was Ixorncoir by 11 lackey. This, however, made it jxrvsible to rise from an S o'clock dinner at 10. Then if the girl of your heart was present you had an hour's talk with her or two hours' intermittent dancing Who would not give up the stalled ox and the snow cooltsl sherbet for such n joy Beside the shortness of its duration this dinner illustrates another change which lins been gradually coming. Cliamiwigno was served with the soup, and kept up till the end. With the game ciime Burgundy at a wurmer tenieruture than usual and white xirt to finish up. Also another change and this, umoiig the anglomnnlacs, hostess led the one of deadly way lu, leaving the host to follow Inter witli a lady of his choosing. A e are suppose.1 not to have laws of precedence in this country, but if some lady enjoying a seat in one of the high places of this world is left to struggle 111 somewhere nliout the cud of a dinner procession she fisds sorely aggrieved, ami will maka biting remarks about those ieople when she nas the chance. Short stir--whe- n e France Holland Belgium North Germany South Germany Austria-Hungary 32.5 31.8 31.8 1 31.'- -' 33.0 34.5 31.3 33.0 Jtt.O 30 0 '.'J ft S.U0 Italy Kusia 31.8 31.7 Thu great oriental express, which runs between Paris and Constantinople, passing over tho railroads of a uumber of European countries, including Germany, is pronounced tho fastest long distance express traiu run in Eurojie. Indian Honesty. All incident is told in Golden Days of one of the Indian boysnt Hampton, Vu., whodid not like to take his medicine, and his nur.se agreed to My him so much every time lie took It. At first he was pleased with tins nrranga-men- t, but one evening the nurse found tbat he had made no marks on the curd w here he kept a record of the numlxir of times he had asked what it meant, taken medicine. and received an explanation from which muiiy u white loy might learn a lesson, nnd spare his mother much trouble nud annoyance; "Me lay here nil day doing nothing; you pay me for it not right. Me take medicine; me not tuke money." A e or the Noble MetaU. A Chicago photographer lias recently called attention to the great amount of money which is absolutely thrown away every year Ho snys: by the photographers of America. "It I estimated that there is from forty to fifty thousand dollars'' worth of nitrate of silver and gold used bv tlio photographers every yenr in Chicago alone, uud as much more in the great state of Illinois." He further estimates that if all the money thut has been thrown away in solutions for washing and fixing photographs in tho United States duryears had lseen saved ing the ust twenty-liv- e it would amount to enough to retire every photographer in the country today witli au independent fortune. What Threo DajV Work Will Edward Atkinson, the statistician, is credited with having shown distinctly tbat one man's work in Minnesota for one day proo duces the flour which one man would in a year; that another man's work for one day carries it to the market, and that a third ir.uu's work for one day puts it into bread ami 011 the table. That is to say, threo days' work of one man is enough to produce which one man eats in a year. the cou-sumd 1. llltli Speed Vessel. Engineering says that Great Britain has now 10 war vessels, of 3,000 tous and upwards, with n minimum speed of ID knots; the United States, j; France, ."; Spain, I); Japan, 2, and Russia, 1. The United States accordingly ttmaf sklnitki ttWnt In tin lititvnetMtit lintttul nf t,ey rnnk teCoruJt nnd h,Kh Bpml war M are uot fur behind Great Britain. Aeooslon In the 1'ublie IIiiiiimIh. l from Naixlcon, Louisiana was Florida was Ixnught from Spam. Alaska from Russia, nud Texas was annexed pun-lwsei- JflfrA mw&4ish&i& Ft,.v. V y'iit't1 'j',,V'."""'"''; 'i -- " -- jr.a u ijiiu sw .'("V..'J r im-- i jliMj lwmjmmm-r- iA . i.rjfr.ii "n1!!, mm . AmwM 1'1'M - . "T- T- ' t1 ?,,i,'i'i'.''!,it!yi?'r"'?.''f,'',i'"i'.''''yr'i-'''!-,'"'- t !"'' mr,f .w, irM.UBCpP x i ,","j" ny'WyTr'n'V.i "j y ' ' li - aiyi ' riiVvii r r naylaawpnpnln" .aajaTafc y m vmi r . It f ft In Mcmorlam. CRAB ORCHARD. ISOGUB funic of them ami the oraiitfo blossoms, MISS po thick the trees are almost which are 1S70, U Oiulnlate J. Leslie Hurt was bout Aug. to the t!i t 01 Sii fr Having adopted the cash system on lirrlntemlcnt r ( ammon Si.hiHlv UUtin lirtt and died April 10, 1S!H white with them. Thereareatlll lots of ripe May M 1st. I hereby request all who aro in tuimt next Dear Leslie, thou art from earth for May 2, 1890 oranges mi the trees anil some that are indebted to me to call and settle at once. STANFORD, K"., ever gone. Xo more do wo hear your yet ureen. Apricots are larger than J. B. Bailey. Dr. A. S. 7i gentle footstep or your iiuiet vole partridge epmuid will be ripe in less c ,Cf Mr. John Mageo went up to SI RttKON 1M SIM' vW Published Every Tuesday and Friday than a month. This is the first large Sunday where he will shortly open which always spoke words of love ami Offi M K .i.eri' It Mam oM fruit to ripen, strawberries nie plenti a hotel. None is better fitted than John tenderness. AT Inu M .re, unfnl ful ami nearly all the fresh vegetables iiiougii only yetiM, He was not so to play the role of the genial landlord. Svj pisrt VMA.re.iy STTTTOXT are on the market. Although then has young in mind, lie had wonderful ' For Salo---Brlc- k Rosidonco The usual overhauling and renovatcharged.-- ! last four or When not no paid S2.50 will be Of Otbeis' In whi. h no. live, wrt Mam .urn, anJ the been hardlv anv rain for the memory, HUSTONVILLE. KY. ing preparatory to opening the Springs I,,,,.,,;,,,, W.IS ever lllindflll III .j .....I ..I....... ,...,.,,.,. to dn 'uiww hliick kn.mli lh live weeks, things look as fresh and HhwmiV llr clirt SMUMOi Suiltofd has begun. This is evidence enough ' Arc still in the i'4 ' r t" do u in) green as if copious showers hail recently something kind for his fi lends. Even fi! Tulil.lkiii .mi' thin; in liae will have one that the pleasure-lovinLOCAL TIME CARD. t. i.k't nl K.C. mil. 4ml Ro ttu k f 4r 4i! 'alien. The water tax here has been n( rtr t det.riiin hit h i nrly favorite re his little brother an J playmate could not llur li4re season at least at their about --'0 per cent. Another can- more new 14'n hr o'llainc on than notice Mr I 8. Train leaves Rowland at j oo a in , returning stand to see his body transplanted In the nd will rnw o(lr my llotci l'rpert HtilJ at Kin(villr, (Jrwi hj i!.rgf ot ur luin m. t 3:30 erected, sort. ning establishment is being tomb, for thev knew they had lost one l.uituln tininly, Kj- , ut 4 arain IU at tnv, ut eoilt to any ana nrdiny anything in Our Mr. Peyton King has bought of the ary oulKuild-lli- , In lulilHinlnn I.' jol room., all nr great advantage to the which will hen .f that was always tender and true. Dear A iU v to Holmes heirs 12 aciea of land in the Ce L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 'rn unit tmk) place, much fiuit having gone to waste little ones, we ask yon to emulate hi h.i ilea laek ill l.i- - i iulil. r t will V dar Creek locality for which ho paid 11 55 "" lMnB. Adlrr Ma Rn, Mail tram going North 10? ll Jtpm heretofore on account of the limited ca $."HX. .Air. Billy Watson has moved to example, which will lead you to the South.. Kintlll, Kt ..iiSgpm pacity of the canneries. 1 lie nig teleCxpress train " South throne of Hod. am cottage lately occupied by W. K. " " " North 37 MT. VEKNON, KY. up on Wilson's the Leslie was bitten by a mud dog owned 6 30 tin scope will sooi. be set Local Freight North Slipm Peak and the people are confidently ex- Buchanan. ;oiiin Tin. oU 4 .Mr. Stephen A. Hill on Feb. Bl, ami by llot;M Milt llim The latter trains alo carrt, pa.enger. Tim postolhee here received this fit n rfuliNi. Ch4rftt ratoMU. line, pecting another on Main Street in Stanford died April 10, of hvdrophohia. Onlv Lot The above t. calculated on standard tltnr. Solar week its first supply of Wananmker's attentian to the trftttling pithUt tine is about o minute faster and altogether the beautiful city of Pasawho witnessed his death have any t M. V NKU'COMK. I'rp, out ttn 11 beaustamps. They are new idea of the horrible death which he died. dena has a brighter outlook than at any Sjll Mi Veraon. Ky. away the ties, but you needn't cast ' '" CALIFORNIA. AcrOS Of Land, time since the boom. Although his agonies were so great that! green ones you happen to have on hand iin Cri. inh.i.i pk it required four men to hold him, we, The weather has been cool and cloudy ' Los Anckles.C vl, April '.',, !0. "jut to be in fashion." ! the most of the past week. At have never known such remarkable in- - Aigo Some Nice Qhairs-2 Rockers Bastin & Collier bought this week Dear Intekiok: A Beaumont physiFriday night, a very heavy rain telltgeuce on a ileatu lien. JIu reuluetl t frill) Jlt.l.r f iiifitftn cian, of fine reputation, after a thorough fell, but the San Gabriel Valley got a of Col. John Buchanan, for Sl.tWO. a e vet y thing to the last and talked to each ?? '' ' 'c - ii' n i n it tt it t n i.ii ititht'rtcl irrui situated four miles my only trouexamination, tells me that light shower onlv. This valley seems to tract of timber land, rJ member of the fntiilly. beseeching Iis rk w i.io Found Cutting' Timber or Damble of consequence is catarrh, and he is hold the moisture better than any other, from town on the Holdam Mill road. little brother to be a good Itoy ami be aging any Improvements opinion that no climate or loca- I suppose because the soil is so loose and They will lemove their saw mUl to it at of the DIG. allectionate mul kind to his little sister. in tin I .Uu mf nofii tion will cure or ever very greatly relieve deep that it takes in most of the water once and go to turning its fine speci- Then looking around the faiuilv circle ,. "" " Ihelarm.at llihland kniivn a W A Clh'., me; but thinks if one place in California that falls and holds it to draw from dur-th- e mens of the "forest primeval" into railand missing an aunt he had only know n Ii,t su.mr... in.kin m uMr vn ml to Tim I' llulihiwn s (.eorgr Paufh BaMin lleiit',, road and building lumber. possesses advantages over another, the oung' 11 acrepUir.W. none in thi r Ihni ounf,l koft II ir.t long, dry summers. ,.,,, for six montlis. ami lemembering she ..,,,,,, ,rrJ,. ,. Ihe ,.j. turnout r monlh . Win I i.ii' our clever Mr. Ueorge DeBord, coast, or near it, would be the best. This A Coa IluKhiMin' II T. H. Walton. HI KMOM). 40 acr firm, was in IaiticAster. heii!etl some one to eo P' ,',, reman 4 K I. Harron' limSer tr. la em liar k J uu ti m t in Ky olacksmith. is hack from Pinevllle, being my experience so far and the ex07 im c4in for her that lie might see her before he umSull a. yjmrtm, John Crrk. whither he went to size up the specious perience of those similarly allectcd, with lltH haaan't, yn$ a. rr. M. J HarrW , DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. acr, h. I away. PuW'. oh aire .lohn AMdetann , l cim, proposition ollered him by the improve- IKissed whom I Wave talked, I have concluded Wah Harria' a; rrt. rrun'. iu ti., generous heart was even manifestHis . Since the approach of spring weath-tu- y ment company there. But he will not KoNn.oa Mill ti. 1. l.itiin'. Ijrm, to try Santa Barbara for awhile, and on' . Kidd .larm t;(.H:k' Urm, Tenet farm, IZtiilcliux stopped over here ertlte wheelmen are out in full force. accept it, preferring to remain in tiod'h ed in the trying hour of death. He diway thither have W t'llm' lartu on l.ljde Hidfc. iw Hen vided his little playthings iijuully with . ry In ihr orj'or ite lo Ktn !ir ' mjh rr, llenr) Miller , itm,acre 411 a day or two to take in the Flower Vesti-- The bicycle is becoming more popular country to going "where the mountains his young irieuds, and to them we enn Mephen Hirh', jj are, II II. rdmidon' . all the time. Most every doctor ill town are so close together that a man couldn't K )W ihil C'HU( near depot H Ce i'i II val and other things of interest. l'K-- l trait MrotlV r haid. Hotel, Ci tl fr jmt inrehoue ti Oltn. say uiey win never nml a find room to sliug a sledge without hit- iruiiiiuiiy The more I see of the world the better can be seen dailv on his wheel, hum HI Mil IMI K. friend moie noble and true than dear ZiVity, $eed and SaU JSiable Aent f ill .r We are glad to note that the new ting it against one side or the other." opinion I have of mankind. I find lots . Less. His parent and uncle, Cal . .. i . i go. iiiiu ...i.:i.. tmm-Jim Chadwick, who is not only a little 01 gooti peojie wiierevi-ty councilmen are ttoinsr tilings up particularly struck on the San brown. A new broom sweeps clean. fine judge of silks and satins ami horse vin r...t. who always lavished the same I wasn't of uHci'liou on him that a father Uorgonia Valley, was loth to leave the Hope the adage does not apply to our fiesh, but is something of a mineralo- amount would, are bowed down under the great pleasant acquaintances formed at the ho good democratic friends who have the gist too, showed us .1 few days ago some bunk'., iif son o vs. . A M..M ... y mN I let I N Jul W.ll tel and in Beaumont The proprietor of, government of the city in their hands specimens of ore, one of which contained raita Look tin, fond parents, your child sits the hotel and his family were always; nnWi Tiust they will right every wrong a large percent of lead and another some at the right liaiul pf liitd. BeAiemboi Philadelphia ready and willing to do anything in their so there will be no room for complaint. streakings of silver. He said that they theaioi Mild, "Miller little chiltlreii Now York, to come unto me and forbid them imt. W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. r 4di S ulKe.t i,u,,cl for ",v- lo persons alllicteU will, it will not belong till the erection were fouud within a couple of miles of for of siicli is the kingdom of Heaven.' ilv in iiiR'ii in! It in I.CMiiKton. pulmonary diseases my at vice is: go to, of n Vlimasimil wi be be . im at the town, but refused to tell exactly where. Why fhuuld mmi weep Inr iiini Inr death IONDOS, K I nire tnl .1 .1,1 I Mr t Ian u (ao'tiir r .Itan'tta' ty r .. v niii. t' r hire n It Beaumont and stop at the eauuiont CMff After more careful investigation he says is neither an end nor..n .. . i onrcu ....... u w, irnhnhlv lit Rr0UIU,Si 11 w" irj.i na... ..: ..: irim .1. r.n PsatMatfAar Hie iniiisiiiuii. nui infin iiiKv.M.iiiii:e ui' ,rnt (m,,,,!,,,, the ,a,tr 4 1.41- - mthf rei iioiei,anuigimr.uuevtuu twu w n ouiU llV ,K.xt u.rilI V Tie ,nom.y ,,Bg he will talk and then who knows but aniiiiiiT. nui mini one siaie 01 STAIIONs DU llai't in the mi unum ir ti ft' are not cured .' what we may have a stock company or- to another. No link is broken m the tprea Kt Sun Kt Sun caieiiior.aimn.wu. "fibwn donutwlbv two men who live in greatly relieved, it will be no fault of the lbp Nortl am, 'the buj,,nR wilU.08t $lL,. ganized, laud sale and be advertising chain of being any mote than passing l.te Siantord i it m no i, am 1, )i n HARRY A. EVANs, . n pan !..... fn 11 it mi $ j a pa, place. But I don t beheve that those U'tactMMM wi lw tllIee 8tories r 00 aa it 44 pa niu, all over the land, "Keep your eyes on Irom infancy to manhood, from It 'ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, K. U. JMKtM to old age. Death brings us again cou.e to Orchard?" Every dog has his day, neei. wIh twl8:8l of Young Men's Christian Crab " Mt Suefanc jo t pml ; i"imu to our friends. They, have gone before except to escape the severe winters of As90ciation rooms bath.r0omS, " MorekMkel is the old adage, which the versatile i,d ntiil irii . i a .im MAM"KD, KV tli.. flllin.ld In I I.. ut. i l"' t Hpat iinte tint I li P However, I ll be better pre1... ..t uu, " Aahlaaa. 10 je im ....v ...v.. ....- -, Tbis will atid ,rent,v mniluriiiir Imn ir.mhniM'il to rt'iid everv iiiiii-- M111111 upun uu- iiuiin-i- j hi .1.. U pii Buu " tm u pn, if w pared to give adv.ee after trying die ; t0 Ceutro CoIIejse ahtl ftlll be tin- means town must have its boom. And whv ..rave to welcome us with the bcainimn engineering ana Surveying in " Litiettnr;. MuMtiiCMdy if . S I an branchc-icorntei'auce oi allectioii which they; l.ve HaatiMctiMi. ... It pt am not this"- of bringing nianv new pupils. . wore on eaith. yet more- lovely, more raArr 11 im ' drummer diant, more spiritra! The fir country It was a real pleasure to get back into -That princely-lookin- g CUfiM I rre. 7 jl 4 (H D Uis very seldom nowadays in trav. l.tBthrwu it i am Uie San Gabriel Valley again. It is a arrayed in a senatorial toward which we journey seems nearer W.Corley, " (.'kirlllcille i 10 j.' tl,B t0U,Ur' that we 8t'e John lovely countrv (not a piettv as Ken-- ! e,,nP throuBh " tt Jhin;ten .. ... plug, was here this week talkiug trade. to us ami the way les dark for be Ims KEHTHERFORD HOTEL. jj piu " lUltlmurc the oUl spninp wheel ami loom which Mr. Charles Spiegel, of Viucennes, Ind., gone before. t aB tnckyinMay'tho'l.and looked all the AcntMaiu. I'hil.dHtilJ. ... i it tMn ahl,08t ever-lit SIOSMI I.K. '0sehold, is over from Hoosierdom spending a Uucketo Ky.. April US, "M wn " Net. Yrk , y a more so after a month spent where the sed t0 be in " Kkhmoad, V. ' I i im IuaKU, c,olu wert' "seu in P. W. QREEN, - - Proprietor. backward. Here fruits and anu '" seasons are " Uliil'alalCtMnUrti ' . with his wife at her girlhood home. t,,at was wom h' 0,,r RnHatheni ""J ' Nurfolk.... .. MPS ON TABLE TOPICS. 'llowers are abundant and the trees are Dr. S. Hlair was down from Pineville Z - ""- - ll.it int lrj.fd the jbmr Itniel, lej'itlt-- and re- It will not be a great furnmhrd I am piviuird Ut . the pvV . .... .1.. in full foliage. In fact, almost evervthing Monday to see his wife and family, 1 Iraemg l.ei;ta ui 11 ,0 1 m urM .r ,..,, j o. mo not auniil .l w ,.MU.i alili k4lr. 1w.vM.4Me 0.J Ini(l..sll'mmer. "hile till such a thing as a loom or m d4ll,, etiepl Sit Mi.it ciniiecl at Winckti-tehas the apparance of will arrauge to move to the attention of every ono to tho taut that I iw.iispifK.-iniii- . whom he for Hi. hnuttM. Kv ami hmit an Ike K C R of the liarh-v- , which was sown for, ning wheel will be unknown and van Gateway Citv," where he is working in-- you do not drink it, Tho time for a K on,-l hp be rea(l about an(I not fceeLimited 'einbult ll frimi Nra Vaik.liiUadfll W. A. Itrooks was ' temporanoo lecture H not at tho table of hay, has been cut and some stacked, and to a line practice. phi4. W Ouatflnil 4 II hmbU Kail, arrnei 11 wl'av,,,K raK an(l a Wend who has done you tho honor to getting their headers ,00,n is swI 80mt "ow ctiiuton at , ,,p m ilily Sjarrd 11 c n m. the farmers a... d.i to m.i. I its lust "irl 0n,-jiul ill nawt gulotlr nhako "gently I saw one for here Mil "'I "i4ii irnm Kimmona, for the onslaught upon the wheat carIwtem his yow readv ea.l, Muntinrt'iH. W W uml all tail .ij!lu. ... judging from the scented blossoms am, ,ot U)0 Hatrri, I einj!..n at i, ,o IU..WI sale ami asked the yonR laily how ma met d4ll) crop'in a few ttveks. Thev simplv Cllt cet ;2fc Wf when we spied linn last, we d4 tt4nrird u ) m Iv old countrj Joll j,,,,, u, ,.al M Sl,e button hole '"ri,s she t'ol,,,l weave m a (la-AitOmniiMtatinn ft. mi Oli.rlli.l 4d talrrmttlMt the heads of the wheat oil, leaviug the her. The familiar face of m,,, as vou ar0 ltolpoil. but In America opine lie saw lointiRirtiiKwid, Kt . aad hnnU M Ikr K. C K straw standing, which saves a great deal 8. id the mot she ever wove in one day W. M. O'llryan, of Kowland, was viewed it is letter taste to waltuntil the other arreetal l.aiiatton I 10, 4 w, daily, oi. h,work- was A Sundae aa p m. Suhford - was -- - vanlsl work, the latter being of no value exin C. O. Tuesday. He wears the honor aro ready. This is a mooted i,tH'sUon; Ir mire ti, kcta raad rend tia ,V. N A M V -- r .wtwt. a "ot'' l was surprised to know that Knoinuiulimniiiiinint the last nieetim? different looalities liavo different cus- under. vept to plow Do not ask for a second help of fll llWialia, Had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Jas. there was a young lady in tins day and of the Station Agents' Association right torus. nnv ttilmr ut i illrimiT iviri . Of unu.uii time who could do so much work, (jmte . .. . .. 1. .. rk . ll. Dunlap. an old friend and corres,.......,, ..... A l.uchanan, Miss Maggie , ........... f. , gracefully. a ' r ' i.bii'' S,,e who has been visiting Mrs d- A. Halde- - principal Jorusu. from ' !,lri,e,,t ,rom ,nost pondent of the ? J . dih this rule isnotoboyiHl. d,a not et "P t 0 clock in the morn-fm,- r On MONTMLV RICKNtSS Danville, Kv. He came to Los Angeles ' " ' 1KKIMilll J.I V 1" . iHftoa. K Always take thu food offered In a IT TMIN OURHO CHIKHGt Qt Utt man at Louisvilie returned home Sun- l0t toueh the notesof her piano? v,.,.r ..ii.l instead of foiii rj into "P; ....-v it. GRLKT TJKHGtRBUTTtRmOWiaBEWOlUUl day. Col. J. W. Guest, the gieat horse-- ( course, even f you not wish to j jbook TQ WOMAN 'JuiuofRu i i stuck to the had no time to dicuss the latest styles. man. was here Mondav. Dr. I'ettus has It is much better to quietly wait and .f ho real estate btisiue.-vs- , 1 The voting lady I speak of tloes not live practice of law and is better oil thu moim- - talk htlu thu others out than to call gone on a speculating tour to . l" attention of the whole tuble to your for having done so. He has always been in the mountains; she Uvea in Boyle 7.Moore is ai Iwl-i-Httuus. Mr. i likes and dislike,. .Neer pile s county, acounty noted for its due W ilson Dilhon in love with Los Angeles and thinks 'Hi4t 1'itiKAs.s HmaH )UsboH MMm yoUf pat'i H lauds, tl.oroughbied cattle, fast tie Ihver .IIFEH there is no citv eoiial to it. I also met The Shortest and Quickest Houto Trom two are doubtles--i having some Mirvant comes u remove iheni anil the Never Mr. W.ll Mitl.ews. for.neilv 0f Mavs-- , "orst's a," Pretty amt accompiisneu wo- - line sport "hauling in" the tinny beau- - fold your nupkin unled you are making Central Kontuoky to all polntt. North. C." Grant,' of 1",'nEiiat. Vot antt 8outh-Wi)II1 laal at ,! .'Ml Kiwut ville, Ky.,and Mr. Hugh ties that are said to abound in that a stay In thu house and have a napkin mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm aLBHJaaaW iui MnTuiSv I.inobHtw'oun LoxliiKton and Clnclu- H provided for you. Virginia. Until are rising young attor- "j- HuTPolTcT" gone I auk limpid stream. Lee Jones hi 8 A rfaaaV4af 'LkmmmT? 11,111 Lirrm k. when senwl without dress was educated at Gen- neys. r..the Lduorof the lnter...r to l'ineville after spending a week will. , ug, st iii uri.t i.v urrhCT xov .7, ,u. . . is nlwayu puljeil to pite. with the treColleg, and is a brother of Drs. fin fZ&xir.m W9tiW, ,,,1U"H of April von hl V011r issue of i Angers. Water crew nlso taken in ' of D uiville an. Lancaster. ,. (;wH,ev , No 3. No. 1siw, R hlaU.1(,nt o r No 6 7. the lingers. It is usually wrved in .i MIlEi T ,. Soulh Hound !'. leMival, under the inun-- , ej9inlt0 tht. Lugene Mr. Sua. EMA.-The Flower "' 8ha,ow Mr. tllllt .Mr. ivilinb-agemen- t r dUli. upon a folded Ka Huia. aimlllt lailr -. of the ladies of the city mid m- ,lk,t of Lilu.oh, ,.onntV( pili,i to ,.t. CoI1. Centre College, is visiting his mule, Mr. Bpkin. which cover th Inittom and .. J 10 m I 00 p m, l.ve Cini imi4ti IS I.ve Covinctim il the benefit of the 1 . M. C. A. building. nwtivut MlltllIl. ,jft! I18ninw Co. on a John Hright. The fariiurs are ery hjUik. Iloapoil up with the delicate l.te Falmuulh. ni.yi.iaifj.'Bia hiel. is almost ii.uiplete.1, is an oxhihi- $lom llji(.v ,, i,ls Hft.t ,, ,s OIl tllt. Imekwunl in their plowing this spring, irroeu both it makes a very ornamental 10 a Arr I'ari. 10 11 p m i P m ' ' : " T 11 on Arr !.ltin(tn r " , 1l1R S7))S0 TU Verv few lmv planted their corn. Mr. ' for,f !,,uAsparajjiw is oaten both with a tiou that Southern Califonm alone can , venr ,if(, ,;,., 2 10 si i' hi " 11 m a a, m l.ve 3 R'" u'tl11 the fingers. Hut the lw auocessfully get up. No amount of mon- - t.01Iipiun. ,,:,, bl.k t0 Mri Hllhl)U. BilIt.e Sim Cook is convalescent after a veiv ' 6 M pM Arr Wiathetier. oj ai lormer is Arr ItKhaaund. 7 J li ra to P Mr. Linn Culery is perhaps tno most eiefrnnt way. y, in less favored l.ttitudos, could hnnir' ,l0 llH8 mun iamnn gLlKHili in severe snell of pneumonia. always taken from tho dish Arr l.ancaatar IMP" Arr Stanlord. in their freohuess and beauty lUmlii IIlkIlll, the autiml CMt to ,, lia of U.iwson lias lost a nuinoer m minus tins w.i,i, ti. finiM,rs jTvt ItKhMMIIHl ilen Wo have quite a nice school K l ''"'"' ' miei In furHi (iniiai I inoii uch an aggreg.ttiou of llowera as is here ftM(, j ,lftV0 thJH (I(U. vM tQ hh spring. individual salts aro not used then s(Ji iwt S l' Arr llra J lK.n,t,H(MLMtMMtt(t every vurioiy, irom inu family the 510,000 policy as full and sat- taught by Miss Tompkins, oi iiarrods- - tako fioino salt from tho largo salt stand St 01 l!spiiiyeit. Arr l.itioglnai P M11 Iug4ii I'oint-- . L hlcngo, i IliilUlo, (.let eland and pluco it on tho corner of your liilroit, lllow heautiful Marechal iel rose ami the isfactory settlement. burg. Miss Delia Harlan, of the .. NV 5. llidin.ioli and thi W'eit, Niav 1'iiKlaiid, Canada, spotless Cilia Lily to tlie imuiense Vu- .1 All Kb S. C.VIU'KXTint. tiiove neighborhood, is attending school is served or on your plate. Wlion corn on tho cob, tako it in the linc.t bloom and the iiisignilicu.it wild l.ve I.ivlHEaloB.. S to a m MtMM(HlMM General Agent. at Mt. Xeniu. Mr. Obe Pi pen, who has gers. So.no Housekeepers provide little New Laaat I.ve llereu tn 15 in lower are woven into pretty designs. bad health for some time, is Uoilies for the purpose. Tho etiquette W'iihiiiti.n been in Arr KichnifHv 15 4 m llithiMore. rnkfort Ky l.inickcM time to ll4rrodliirg Thu most striking feature of the show is J mksS. Oaiice.vteu, Gkx. Alt. Coxx. some better. Mr. Fount Myers sold I.ve Suidord 7 ixi 4 in of natlnjr a egg is rather iw rieki aim Ki ninonit. tiiWiiA I.ve Ml a ) IB a representation of the Killed Tower. It Mcti'ai. Liik Ixs. Co., Louisville. Kv. lot of sboats to Mr. Will Snow at .'i eU vexed question. The English out it di (.hnckutt line to in1 Arr Kiclimond.. i (M isoO feet in height and '-' feet at thM DkuiSiu: We have this day received Mr. Arnip Dawson is 'he champion fish- rectly from the shell, using a ctipmadoto ? a til l.te Hichrnund.. 10 p m Arr W'mrhenter (k p in 7 Mr. and hold tho egg upright and steady. Ameriiase. It is composed mostly of ever-- . from the Connecticut Mutual Life Insur- erman of our neighborhood. 'I m Arr I'arin p 40 7 t greens and trimmed with white roses ance Co., of Hartford, Conn., through Mrs. James Swope. of Danville, spent icans usually break tho egg into a cup. I.ve Solid r.im, m J 45 P m 05 p cir, smoking inr and I l.ve I.etiu;toa Hi: careful to monopolize Meriirra tlirmij;!) jo P in 8 5J a m 11 p ra and lilies, encircling tho tower. Llec-- , you $10,000, a full and satisfactory setth - Sunday with relatives in this vicinity. table talk. Do not Interrupt others. the con lie. I'tlllin.in Houiloirokj, llirniliiuh4in, Meriil l.te l'.iru Kalmiiutli... lianye t i.i Lluttaii 1 11 P in not 13 in j 76 p rr If CotingtoH toniiei ttinix'ii loule P trie lights of all colors are intermingletl llle"t of policy .vS.'.Mii on the life of Levi The Misses L'tlis and Peyton, who have you aro a dyspeptic do not talk of what un m.ikinc idrt-c- l.yni hl.nraiul icinl in ur Knox Arr Cini'liiniiii 5J 4" p I" 10 a mi 6 jo p ra "3$ Arr the wile, jo lietill, 45 4 m, Ijlpni with the evergreens throughout its en-- j Hubble, of Lincoln county, Ky. The been visiting at Mis. Irwin's, have re- - does or dooH not agree with you, but prompt settlement deserves mention, turned to their homes. We have quite quietly eat what you can, and say noth OntheMay.tille llranch, Noj.leatea Pari! at tire height, with an immense electric h(1 we recommend the company to all a nice strins band composed of the ing about it. I know u celebrated man ' I' light "capping the climax." In the front May.nli e ai 10 ji, 'a m, ' and." 8 to, "pin.arriving at No. At Cli4ttalii0t.i for Atlanta, t'olumbua, Wilnutii; to handsomest young men in the neighboi- - who eats nothing but potatoes, crackers inn, Cliiirlettnii. Au;iinl4, Miiion Satannah, leave Mayttille at $.13 a in. arrlttng at I'arn at and to the rear of the tower are large who desire to insuie their lives. and chocolate. Hut so nicely does ho llrumwuk, I. ale City Tliuni.iti illc mul Fl.Olt 74.4tn No.u leatet Maytville at 150 and Yours Uespt., hooti. Thanks, gentlemen, for a nice manage, fountains laden with lilies, the sparkling arrne.atl'amat 4 ij. P m Tlie.e trains are in chatting gaily, and making dally except Sllndav M.WITII. J. Hi 11111.1:, ulid trmnt with 'I ht!uiil lmi rtinnlni: serenade the other night. There was jokes while tho others out, that vory water washing their white faces nml I'jlace Sltfping Cum to Jack No lloudoiror Maltha J. Hiii.ii.k, gdn., quite n nice gathering of young people few people liavo ohsorved his scrupulous Minville wtl limit rluniie lor lint cIiim of iaen. to 3 urn. lt.nr. I.cxinsion to 03 am, arrite. Pari, keeping them as lovely as if they were except Sunday Ai.ick llriiiu.K, No 8 liive Clncinnall 5 IO put; arrivo I'almotith at Mr. Fount Myers' last Wednesday uaro as to diet, and ho is ono of tho most n.nifir Huir?aife atill growing. All the booths, presided Wm. G. lIflIlll.K. Selma unit Montgomery, lluntotille, Deciitur, 7 10 pm: bundav No. 7 irate. Falmouth 6004m; arrive. Cincinthat I over Flort'ine Memphia .mil AltKANSAS point night. His little daughter furnished delightful "diners-out- " over bv ladies, are beautifully dressed nnittoii Sclma, Shorte-- t and iiml.e.t lo nati 7 am; except Sunday knew. It. W. T. For the year 1SS!) the mines of tho nice music for the occasion. with llowers and evergreens, the whole Iralii Note. -- No. . run", tlirrct i mllerlion in.ulr at NKW t)R. I.e.ing. I.KANS It is always proper to help yoursolf to Iloiioliiti, tvitliout omiiibn- - r for (ijltrtn, ton and Cincinnati. No a daily between lielweeu runn duily presenting the loveliest picture imugiim- - United States produced gold to tho val- Austin, CitiLinnatl and l.eninglon bread, No. a and 6 mate conuectiont al Wincheatei John W. Shallcross, Secretary of the lingers,choose and lump sugar with your ble. There are no less than 10.00J Calla ue of of $.12,800,001) and silver to the if tongs aro not proided. Never Inr point. ontheN N M V y TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. is dead at value of 4(,7oO,000. There was a slight Hoard of Fire Under writers, Lilies used in the decorations. uso your own fork or knife or spoon to IMPORTANT -- Train. ol thi. Imt now arrltc aged ill. line to Jackson and icLl,uri;, at and depart from the Central U111.u1 Pa.tencer 1'asadena and found decrease in the product of gold, Louisvilla, I took n run up to tako from the common dish, lfn plate The only tliroun I..i., inakinir direct lmer tinni Cincinnati, matins Mini X. White died of hot, unbroken biscuit is passed, you tvitliout.Slirrteprt transfer for D.1II.1 Fort Worth, Station North, rU.t and West. connection, for alt with the year previous, ami a conpoint. omtiihut it even more beautiful than when I left Kl I'aao and point tin Through ticket, and baggaje checked to any may break ono otf with it. L'asadenians don't need to go to How. siderable increase in the product of sil. in Kichinond on the -- Stli, aged US. He also for your neighbor. your lingers, and Auititi San Anloiiiii, When dlshos TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. uc.iiiiaiiiiii reaencu ny a railroad. festivals. Each home is a show in it- ver. The total metalic stock of the Unit was a director in the First Natiouul er 1!J??.mCI,U" aJur Kf.r aeent ol th- - Col aro passed, help yoursolf as quickly as 1. s. K. II. self. Everybody seems to vie with his ed States is estimated to have been, on Hank there for L'O years. Other deaths possible, and uovoi insist on soinw one Traveling iWg'r Aut., (Jenl MORSK Kor ttiriHiEh rale. Correct county map and full Agent at juiution Citv, Ky.. mentioned in the Climax aro us follows. having it llrsu i.exingion, Ny. neighbor in beautifying his premises. I January 1, 1SD0 as follows: Gold Cincinnati, O. It in supposed that tho information cull on KHANK W. WOOI.I.KV W I. MUNSON, Trav. Pan. Act.. Cincinnati no city on the and hulllion $tlS9,27o,007; silver coin and j Mrs. D. W. Cobb on the 'Jdth, Mrs. Trav. I'a. Aift., I.exinuton, Kv venture the assertion that earvor knows what ho intends for each II..K. HUNTINGTON, D. O. KDWAKDS, C.C. HARVEY Total, l,127,(5li:!,- - tie F. Cox on the -- 5th and Mrs. Hannah guest, so you must tako the plato that is GENERAL nrp.rre. ttlobe, the size of thi, can show so many bullion O. I'. .V T. A., Vice- President. , U31 Chamber of Commerce lluildiucj Cincinnati, O. Cincinnati, O offered by the waiter. Cole on the 21th. ilowers. The air is laden with the per-Semi-Weekly Interior Journal KATE 11. 1 PRICE, Pine-vill- iJfiJPP"-iJPKIJPiPT- trr-'-- advanck 1 1 11 j J. T. C & CO., I ' I L , 1 -- g it-du-ced For Sale or Exchange. I 11 I I'd i an-- 11 I P- - r- - 1 for C 11 NEWCOMB HOTEL. Sp-C- SAIiS! trans-continent- it t'lO-H- t rose-tinte- d ' Heau-moii- t. j S50 HEWARD I J fu& Zl't ... . 1 "' LlVQrjT Sta . I . , lei-ry'- i I l.-- W j I 10-- ai For Sale . r, I 1 1 4 Twenty Luis I lr)-u'- I 1 - I ililW-r'.- Hmi-e- I r 1 1 ..... I OLD KY. ROUTE .i 1 ! Washington, Baltimore $ 11 - , - l j ... rf ... ce 1.1 . I 11 111 . -- . 1 m i 1 e.xi-.en- I , 11 1 ,, I '"". ,,-,- iiuin-hoo- d , M gvmna-thelfes- t. liL-.- 111 11 -. 1 v 1 - 1 - - - UlurM-itti- . 1 v few-day- s k. . " Krand-mother- d 1 ' spin-Mo- st j nl.v.,)uU 1 ( i.i $- r 1 v - JRWIELDS I - v ' n-- v v' T, FEMALE- -- u, S. j ,la-v'- -- -' 8 - ! y"Ji ""it. m REGULATOR rl rj " 1 - f'"! ,,, - - - MENSTRUAT ON .. mIk?V.a n i:t)fri;. 1 wmiwmm ..I-- ,. - - -. vt tt to-da- in n - blue-gras- u',i .,,.,. ,',,, WSoUTj: - - V5sSStsL , 31' II Th-latt- er , Jour-i4i- . pub-rjran- t. j '"" , 94 i ksH , HBSHS :ot -I 4 pSjrnjEjiffl - . 11 lji 4ii7a4Hpa 4 Ml 11 !. ifia . . ti tlivi-togeth- er j m $-- j M4I-in- u . . but-ter-phi- to North-Hound- ' York, lloston, I'ti.'ail-lprtlo, j siift-bollo- d I j l.jm-j.tc- r 1 1 111 4 ' 111 I luk-gag- 111 Willi-ou- t 1 t 111 ' ' ' UAYMmiFtYAa ! choict-I'ulliiiu- 4 Mo-liil- traii-fii- A-- coin-pare- d r Kit-har- . if , 1.1 - "r-- ai - ' ifeaj rt.J! J "jaaajbawwii( Sat.A4i:uVA nil S'limft 1 trn'rmm& 'iw"iwjiyT 'ipwwm N,:w ULHll Qritf lAfcClfl nLLlLI V IlllCnlUnUUUnilHL1 W'ik. iMTCPIfiB IflllDMHI ! ,lnw of wnt,,,IPS received W. 15. Mol.obertK. m tltia j B, O, WALTON, BUS. ManQKOf BUSINESS. M'if, fresh vl... TTT--" T" i ,, Tub railroad election will mmr a very elegant rose tea in honor of! morrow. Hesureto i?n im.l cast your her daughter, Miss Jennie, on her re- vote for the subscription. It will pay all turn from her extended visit to St. Lou- road run through our county. . ,. . . . ana carpenter neui a post mortem on Julia Hnys, a colored 7 TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. A Xormal Institute of six weeks will begin at S ' genuine. MEANS Lwimmu's (uir.li'ii Miis. Hi im:i:n is preparing for a big! display of millinery at her opening to- -' nil day j . ' !.... im.s. M .m II nijiiuus i A. K. IViiny. .1 warranted. A. JL Penny. TiiKhi'Ht place to buy drugs, patent Wednesday. muislu nf Mien Sii.. nh W i triedicineH and toilet articles is at A. K. Hradley is attending court at Somerset. Penny's. is safe to wager that all the girls It Kobt. L. McKee, Danville, spent Fri- licv your school hooks, ink, tablctH. who have new hit Is will bo at church supplies of all iner, pencils and lay stnl Saturday with relatives. II. II. nextumlav. f inns irum a, u. i i'iiiiv. Vonng and Mike Salter are at home af-Fmksii supply of paints. ter a six weeks' seige in the mountains. PERSONAL POINTS. ' Dumbility ami oiiality guaranteed to bo The numerous friends of Mr. Young are Mi Lirrrn: Hrm is visiting friends ' much relieved and gratified W. 15. McUolierts. to have him at I.i'ltimon. dm! j.f... no w. aillOHL' tliem niMiM ..,, Miui? .....a unmo ..n.....f Tiik democratic county committee will Mil. ani Mil- -, s. V. IIohi.anp, of Fi.vt.su. Wo have al- - serious apprehensions as to his safety, .,, ... i lm.r In ,nl,l' Pl,nl ' "" V. .,.!.,.,. I ., ....tl! TWW,y .wn or""" on ,,r proposition to " ..,, ,, were in town yesterday. " j,. "." oll(. t0 .,,. .. ..... tr,,in . . . g next .Mom.ay ,o .tms,.ler( givo.a copy of Webster's Miu M. M. TiH.viiii and family have oramee r,il,rldge.l wnsfearvi, thlltlie ,ltl(Hn fouv dtM,t in.ivcd from (iarmnl county to Middles-- matters of importanre. dictionary, .me year s Miliwription to with ns thpy wore llnnh(, t0 ,etter . 'iro. tho I.NTiuuoit JoniNAi. and four months' to or from him for 10 or 12 days. ioiN. to 15ru.li. -- Itev. John llulKiib-stiM t i. V N Porrs went to Madison There was an unusual crowd in has bought of Col. T. W. Miller his to the New York Weekly World, all for U'Merdny to buy wliunt for his Italler $1.7"). This is the most liberal oiler ever town Monday, county court day,- attractlot of "i acres on Somerset street fur $70 Mills here. Hd ami ed by the annual home show. There ami will, during the iiimiier months, made by a country newspaper. M it. .Ion. IS. MvRits mid Miss Annie iiewsnoscnnersaieaiiKe enmie.i to u WR, som(. vervbeautif.il and valuable build a handsome duelling. Myers nr visiting their aunts at ami if you have already pai.l for our horae Ihh on the streets, noticeable Millernbtirg. Tiik contract to carry the mail from paper you can lemit $2.70 and get tlie nmoiiB beini the following: Mils. ('. K. ViLiyr, of Lexington, has Hiistouville to Kidd's store twice a week Dictionary ami World. Tannahauser, red sorrel, M. H. Gill; Kd been visiting her father and mother, Mr. has been let to Star l.'onter .1. D. JackA mix of S. It. Cook, we are told, had a I5a,rI":'' b,ack' C'M- - Poonainore, of mid Mrs. 15. K. Jones. son for $47. As the distance is I miles, o. ch t, T. S. ilurnnin ,t Co., tough experience this week. He H Kiiank ItotT went to Mt. Vernon making 10 to be traversed each week, it slv''-Creek- ; Screamer. dark brown, wsterday to asint in the store S. 1.. will be M'eii that there is not much saw an owl llv into a hollow stump, k"r lt ,oty; UranKe Wilkls- ,m-- Wnlk r was about 20 feet high, ami Powers : Co., Iiavejnst opened there chance foi the sub contractor who will climbetl up, we suppose, to put salt on & 1)ot'i Jnkc'' feo1"1 l'av ' Harvey Pope, Mit. mi Mas. Tom Men i.r left for tlo the work. ; the bird's tail. In doing so he fell into ' villi-- Wwk Diamond, jet black, IS. N Wednesday to upend some ,L ,!:,IIlir1. Lick, Stonewall Tin: attention of teacherHinni others is the hollow in such a way that he' was time with his father, Mr. John Metcalf. Pot":muan.,!?.lJc t"0"' 80"('l' Wnlk" to get out ami it was not until Mi-- h M tottiK WkI.sii was down from called tothcadvertiseuient of Prof. W. IS. bay, and Arthur Suns, bav, T. A. IS kin. two days had passed ami search had line Hill yesterday. She is assisting Shaw on this page. He proposes to begin fn I Iomlon on the M Monday in May a nor- been made nearly everywhere that he William Dndderar soldto"l!obinson, it father in his store there and will mal in whi'di he will be assist- was found. His little dog was seated by of (iarranl, a bunch of fat heifers at : f r some time. r,'ntH n"1' i W. A. Herrin, of Hockcas- Mk. io.T. 0'J5kvn. brother of W. ed by Prof. C. V. Liming. All the high- the Htmiip and acted in such a wav as to cause an examination, when the bov ilv' er branches will be taught, while that M (I'Hryan, and formur agent at Living-s'iiiKobespierre won the V?' ' Hotel narrow stakes, mile, in 4.; at Nashville, Tues- adapted to the common schoo' wan found in and other points on tiiis tlivHon, prison too weak to halloo. He was day, with Maori cloe behind. This puts as boon promoted U) tirket agent at Kv cour-- e will bo gien greatest attention Prof. Shaw if toucher of much reputa- soon extricated am has since fiillv n- - inm lar to tlie trout as a Derby favorite. misville, I ml. A Cincinnati Kntiuirer reporter has of th I". ?. Navy, tion and is thoroughly devoted tohwlife covered from his terrible experience. Lt. Linux unraveled the nivMery if the unknown corpse found at Torre" Haute. He finds bns written a book on "Simple Kleiiieuts work. Thoo wnopatroni.o him run do MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. so with the utmost confidence of his abilthat the dead man is I'obert Neiikain, ol I Navigation," that has just been Thomas, the musician, is Cincinnati. by John Wiley .v Sop, of Now ity and capacity to fully instruct them t i be man ted to Miss Kose Fay, on the rk. His ojert is to simplify and eluci-It- - in m teacher's iiinrse EW ADVERTISEMENT 12th. He is a widower of ol, his first the subject of navigation and the If there ever wn a time when the i mpliiitHl matheitiatiriil formal and song "Where did you get that hat.'" wife having thed two years ago. Miss, Fay is about .50 ami is decidedly musiial i.ili'iilaliotis hotb.'it it can be understood could bo opportunely ung, it ! is at preslv men of limited education. Lexing- ent. The ileum omen are covering their in her tastes. The marriage of Miss Winnie Davw, J an Receiving Fresh Goods ton l'rew. pretty heads with the late-- t approved "the Daughter of the Confederacy," to ' rvr .lav. induJir? ail thr .not owltie m styles of spring hats and bonnets and a CITY AND VICINITY. Alfretl Wilkinson, of Syracuse, N. Y., is tnt-Kl.NUI MILL!XhR i .It will py you to give pun hain !. 4 all person with heart ami thought which 16 M S LOt. AN set for onrly in June and immediately of liarrard, Tiiic HiHBtor commissioner would not turn to love at the sight of the Mr H. A. I5nriisid, will the large fair sex under such circumstances may on her return from Europe, whence she M Sjlmtiij ouuj SatMic stallion, sails May 10th. I.ui.IihI estate of the late John S, dill, at at once be put down as an uurcgeucr.itc Miss Nancy l'agland, the beautiful Lancaster ! woman-hateThe new spring styles brunette who has frequently visited here, selfish old foggy. Vote for are all pretty, but the least beautiful is was married at the resilience of Kev J. Don't be a Wiii make the on of .s9, at my ..uMc at hat whi'-seems to tbe railroad whether it benoJlts you or tlie furJ' Kendrick, at Winchester, Monday, to advantage to whir neighbors. If it is built the whole bo very popular. It is an James W.McClure, a civil engineer. Af $10 to Insure a Living Colt. the wearer became it takes the place of turwarils the couple and a large partv of i utility w ill get the good of it. n parasol, by breaking the hot rays of Moiicv due when the colt K foaled or the m.ire friends were entertained at the bride e pjrted ith (iov. Him knkh has remitted the line of the sun, and would turn a small-sizet a beautiful sell brown, ith iiiwii.r.8 lint touuirj rtsiutnce. . willbe KOoJ maeanj faili ,, hall(lh , iche "0 imposed on Harry ieer, at the last shower if necessary, but it is disadvantayears okltbuhprmir, has neer heeti handled Captain W. C. Uariies, Son Of Hev. of court for giving liquor to a term geous ln'tniuse it makes man consideradeorgeO. llames, Of Saillbel Island, Hr., more than two ,ck. abut he it full ol addte and and thehe.t profit for producer ol as ho should have done. bly tho loser. Omy a very small porpart t( State. although in Florida, and thoroughly i "mbmedhotie. n th. rime, he theStonewall latk- by He wairrd by ijn , . of the fa co can be seen ami the Wi: are rather of the impression that tion love With lllS position as captain Of a "in, he by VahiDtou Denmark, he by Illai-sweet smile is lost for the time. Natur cruising licet in ailti a pretty fair issue of the Isruitioii around tllllt island, D"tdim by cn o Alexander'. Norman tins is al beautv far exceeds artificial ami we road mare. eer ill C. dm one of the Joi iinau At any rate, we send it to our and lovillg hlH mother lUld Sisters with' Kentucky hope that after tin prvseut fashion is c T SASDllidE patrons with the. hoH' that they will apthe loyal atlection of a son and brother, l with the things that were, more " has reserved the most potent affection preciate it. of the former and lets of the latter will of his heart for Miss May Ferguson, of K. A. L Kvery member of Liucoln be seen. WMMWM this city, and will lead that estimobleand CO is hereby reipiested to atIodge No. An Kloi'KMKNt. Two weeks ago, J no. lovely young lady to the Hymeneal altar kejjuteriil as Hob Link tend the uext regular meeting Monday . . I'e Klkin anil Miss Eva llradley hail about June 10th. The happy and wor- night, May "), '!H3, as business of impornever met. -- ired by the they are husband thy young COUple will have the beliedic- - Trial s 3it a rrat lleU tance will come liefore the lodge. Will , .; degree, ami wife. This tells the story of a genu tion of their families and the bett that Hclmont llov 15?lr?ll ( rlhur .vv"Jwood "oils also have work in the .Master's ine case of love at tir-- t sight and the gal- human hearts can wish or desire from .md daughter! m the j y im "v order of the lodge. A. A. Warren, t loping methods Cupid sometimes em- their large circle of friends and acquaint of Dr.tlam licttie KinkeaU by Contractor 1084, Mti Wet . 17'Hiy. d dam full itcr to D Monrc-- j .8. b lim ploys to unite "two lives with but a sin- anees. Covington Commonwealth. Monroe, aire Chief 2 l Kitty !!ale Wkw's opening of spring gle thought, two hearts that beat as one." CoriiT.s ik1 19, Lady .Monrce 2 16, Munroe Chief 2 tS', millinery commenced yesterday and will Mr. Klkin is in barge of ins ' 9,4, King Jim 3 u and m others 111.3. CHURCH AFFAIRS. the Commer int. The display is unusii-ill- cial Hotel continue IIKI.MONT CHIKKi- - a hnre, iioue- at Kansas City and his time The revival at the Jtaptlbt church, inKraremmetryaf form and beauty, and with large and attractive, extolled in . frivtionie had been so constantly occupied that he Paris, conducted bv Hev. Mr. Jelfries, of " of gome and hUKre.t blood line, there Is no reuion, with good oppor- beauty only by the three young maidens hatl given but little attention to the fair LotllSVllle, llllS Closed With J0 additions, tunitiw, he ihould not Imomc the eiuutl of his who preside over it. If you haven't illunrious brothi-- and sex, but shortly after his arrhal here his H... A. h. has been given a great ire andth,- - seavoi, of iS. at mylster. at Wjll make table been already it will pay you to give brother, Will, knowing of the many good vacation of three months and will join McKinne), K ,at a call. them qualities of MNs Fva ami wishing to Hev. Dr. It. 1'. Kerr's party in atri.11 fhp Rn.ncnn Tiik Washington dispatches say that have the young man avoid the loneli- to to the Holy Iiml. His congrega- With the return pnvileae Limited to James Maret of Mt. Vernon, has invent- ness of a bachelor's life, which ho had tion furnishes the money. uu ti!e mau-18 I' CROW ed an envelope moistener and sealer, found to his sorrow was not good for St. John's church. Louisville, he which is all very well, but if lie knows life, he arranged for a call .unl introduc called to its pulpit Kev. I'obert W. IJarn- what is good for himself lie will invent tion Jolin Ue was a little opposed to ' well, of Henderson, a cousin of the at lirst, protesting that tor who came to his death during the some way of sending his letters to this tier fur ale priatt'l my Farm known as the ill t.eii l.tmsford plai.e, near the Stanf rd and paper more regulaily. Lr:ii. letter he was not a lady's man anil tlidift care tornado, ami he has accepted the call, I pike, and running nearly Dix Ki.r, (Sine by hand af er mail hours, but we much to be with them, but Will insisted Elder J. Ci. Livingston writes us that (.iintailitnK 1X2 Acres It u well impniMil, ha Eixxl .ilern, mil the land is n a fine state f i ul- leave this item in that Hrer Maret may ami he went, he saw and wasconquered. he will preach at Sugar Urove Schoo I a tivaflfili nr .lililrt s mt- .it ftitlrf.rlw read and in the future govern himself It took no effort after that to get him to House uext feunuay at 11 o clock .. m. Aim b 1. withers. aicordingl) call 011 her, in fact he wanted to be with Sundaj school will bo organized at !)j' time, ami the very first o'clook and all are invited to lie present ' R AI ELECTION. Mu Koiiekt Kcnv.ki. announces in an- her all the thought he could tlo so credita- who feel interested. ho he will occupy a winother column that bly, he unfolded Iiih tale of love. Miss The Baptist Hook Concern at Louis- - Notice i ht'tehj given that an clc. tion will lie dow in Stagg it MuKoberts.' clothing Kva protested that it was too smltlen ville has purchased the Western Hecord-lik- held at the various totinc plai e in btantnrd and store, where he will do all kinds of Magisterial District Turnetsxille It wiib owned by Dis. LOiinty on but the lover pressed the subject er for watch and jewelry repairing and in a was soon anie to stiueee toe object, baton ami . r. Harvey, wno will con- have open a full lino of watches, ami 1890, Mr. for it surrendered unconditionally ami tinue as editor ami business manager docks and everything in that he. tlie was cast. There was no objec- respectivelv, at good salaries. Thev gave I'minnoMoiki m until ; o .iock p. m lor the Fen.el is n good workman, is well back- the of taking the ene of the oualiftcd oters tion to the union, but preferring a little 5l.),000 for It, tllllS making jlO.OOOby the puriKnepre- m t upon the .iie.tion of i imK not f .tid et and has many friends who will stand ore than J.k,ooo of bonds to raise. fund to nav romance to a common, every-dadeal. siibcriptions it Jso.ouoof stock m the Cumberby him in hiseil'ort to establish himself land Railroad Co , the lundi. .ucrnm; from aid Mr. Klkin induced the permanently here. All the young man LANCASTER, UARRARU COUNTY. bonds not to le used ect't inaniuirini; the right-oway or in tonnnictuiff sahl road through the respectful- oltl folks, Wednesday, to let Miss Kva wants is a chance and this he ofl.ineolu front Rowland to the C.isey Mr. ami Mrs. Kobeit Kinnaird en- count) line, take a buggy ride with him to ly asks. "ounty County Court, Atril 7. lly where ho was going to bid his relatives tertained a few of their young friends on 1S00. order of the Lincoln W THOMAS VAKNON, Judge. It is relatetl that a man and his good-bybefore leaving for the West. Wednesday night. Dancing was enjoy- fiEOKOK I! COOPEK, Cierk engaged in a discussion over Instead of visiting the capital of liar ed till a late hour. THUS. D. NEWEA DO, Sheriff. 13 the railroad election, the former oppos- rani, they went around to Danvil'e and 1J. F. Hudson, cashier of the Citi- ing ami the latter advocating the sub- taking the train were joined by the zens Hank, has moved to tho Stormed scription. The argument grew lively, William V. Klkin, niul property on Danville street. Mr. Moto, then warmer and finally hot; or as the wi'ie soon in L'xinuton, where tliey of I'inevillu, father of our townsman, W. hiivini' iroes. one word brought on anoth were iniule oue in hie and .indent form. 15. Moss, has bought Mr. II udbon's farm . ., ,. . , er till they came to blows. The old man Afterwards they ttartel direct to Kim-sa- abOUt fur jli pruatilj m Ullles from town. tiriw: in.m buUM, 11U1 t now occiinnl hy mi'. ll was knocked out in short order by the bond- - irrmwiv,uiii the tlif llotrl Letcher 0wley, the m. ampJi in staV., ,ik Citv and are now Kpeedinn thither. who followed up his lusty aii.iai.ihc.mriiii.iiviiiiiitixiurw. Mr. Klkin, who is a 6on of the Into Col. holder of Middlesboro, honored Lanc-.ibmlvnntain) bv lo.idingthooM man a trunk uas u jargt- .nut uusiranit wic iu uii,iih-sS. Klkin, is profitably engaged in ter Sunday and .Monday with his prersitniii.ii-amis doing u proritiiblu It is into the wauon and ordering him oil' to g there and is fully able to ence. Miss Lena Totten, of Lowell, is a siilist.iiiti.il Inn k buiMiiiK forr Ihisiiios. uitli jo rooms, the depot. Ho went.and thus a vop for tako care of and make happy the young visitim; Miss Lottie Borders. Miss Maud two toii rm lor mi rsli.iinlWiiii;, a gil stable uinl oiliir .ippiirtviiancra the railroad waa gotten rid of. As the lady, who has given herself to his keep Hobiii6on, the bright daughter of our Is.i i stole lot m given ell his Ky old man had previously ing. The bride ie a daughter of Mr. G. sheritr, is quite ill with a light fever. J. young man to take care of N. Bradley and is pretty, accomplished P.Sandifer, tho Middlesboro capitalist, u ihiuuI.iiioii St.inlonl town with money to the rapiill increasing, in a if him in his old age, he is in a pretty una and lovable. May they bo very happy is with his family this week. Miss Nan hits t r.ulnjit with prospetts lor inor. u a !ri"l plucufor llutrl busineiw, anil a tlx. This is the way to beat the o and never have oaiif-- to testify to the T. Denton, of Ilynttaville, ih visiting her in. though we hardly think a suf- truth of the latter pnrt of tho adage, cousin, Miss Dove Harris. Term aii'l further particulars mjy.ln- bail b Miller A; 0i)r), uttoriis, or in)M'lf ficient number of men will adopt the ''Marry in haste, nnd repent at leisure.." M C POK1MAN St.inlor.1 Last Kiday night Mrs. D.M. Lackey tho proposition. plan to defeat J Watciim and jewelry repaired and mieereuiit set tire to ami burned a large rick of straw for Mr. II. J. D.irst MK ready-mixe- d llrit-cliifc- j. woman, who died yesterday of a pycu liar affection, ami found that an abcess hatl formed on one of her ovaries and on the tube. As will he seen in anther column, Mr. S. Carpenter, State agent of the Connecticut Mutual Insurance Co., has paid over to the legatees of the late Levi Hubble tho $10,000 he held on his life, two months before it is due by the terms of the policy. Louisville and other points. James L. Duncan left for Owonshorn Moml.iv to tako an internal revenue position. .Miss Hue Uatewood Doty, an attractive young lady of Hyattsville, is visiting Mis's An- u Royston. blisses Issie and Jennie Hnrnside, of upper (iarrard, are the If..-..;.,.. London, Ky., May 19th, -- '" CONDUCTl'D IJY- - I IMii-mII- c, I . ,! 1 . . n - -- I'b-nvi'- s ' ' the-nuuib- Lin-pret- ty ': Southern Kentucky Normal Institute. All tite Common, School branches will be reviewed, giving special attention to those subjects necessary to prepare teachers for the most rigid examination. The daily Drills in Calisthenics, Klocution, Penmanship and Methods of Teaching will be of Special Value. Tuition, payable in advance, $5. Private boarding $2. 25 per week. Club boarding about Si. 50 per week. No new text books will be required except those furnished by Principal free of charge. Pupils will have access to the Seminary Library, which contains many valuable works of reference. Globes, charts and other aids will be used in the class rooms. References. Our pupils and patrons. W. K. SHAW, Principal, Until May 15, 356 E. Market st., Louisville. London, K. E. Gr V7. Of theSEC A"W and C. V. LIMIITG, D Wal-whic- h v' i ' Int TO THE PUBLIC. have secured one of the windows and a portion of Stagg & store and on MONDAY NEXT, May 2, I will be found ready to repair Watches, Clocks and any and all kinds of Jewelry. I have had a long experience in that line of buisiness and offer my services to do work in the best and most approved style only. In about a week I will have a large and splendidly assorted line of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, which I invite the public to call and sec and get my prices. I Mc-Robert- s" Jack-unab- le i ,,...,. , 1 1 Yoi-Wt- , ROBT. FEKTZEX.. pnl-'ishi- sl TIA-otloi- e i LADIES I Is Receiving His 1 - i SPRING AND SUMMER Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. GOODS. Give him a call. m-1- 1 . r. ' Eagle Denmark -i- broad-brimme- .in-S. d .GO TO. d ,.,.' Eaijk-Denmar- hi,-h- A.A.WABBB M9B "MODEL GROCERY" 4 mi-i.-i- r, t I For Garden Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks And Spades; j "' 1 bt io--tf che-'-et- J i c 'RftlmrtTf nVllOflftPQ ww - Northern Seed Irish Potatoes, Red & White Onion Sets, Pens and Beans in bulk. Also a full stock of Landreth's, D. M. Ferry & Co.'s and Crossman's Garden Seeds in papers. wwW, -' To-da- y ' l'' DRUGS and JEWELRY Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, oCM-inro- -, to-da- y zn-a- t a- - Jewelry and Silverware. r.r r -- j .an HAMFBM WATCH, Watch. Best Tho Railroad s Prompt given Attention to Kngrav-in- g Prescriptions Care I Farm For Sale. 1 fully Compounded I and Repairing j of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Watches completely demagnet'j'ecl B. H DANKS, at all hours, day and night. in fifteen minutes. J S WELLS, Ph Q. Presc Clk. Opp t ourt Home, Ky. 1, Ik - i- -i -- " 111c-ine- nt LR0AD Jeweler, Main e, 111 few-day- s Saturday, Hay 3rd, -1 W. 3. MoBOBEBTS, STANK'KD, street, y SEW FUMITURE STORE! MACK HUFFMAN, PJR4DP. jmIv f in father-in- e -law I I -- I nisitcli-iiiake- r, FOR SAI.E. I i(ft-- r rti-111 'HOTEL PROPERTY. . one-ha- afliiUHKHHllr s i son-in-la- - 111 , - i hotel-keepin- limiH-.ini- l H pro-pio- torv-M- - if-li- n Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furnitur and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such foods can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be convinced that. I sell lower than the lowest. mrnismMi Atastmi ftf&).'tikiA twi, Ijfypyx jy mrarrscrw PjW"Hj' jsiJUUKf iquwcij -yr-jf"- S? "W wrffH I ggggggggggsU '.j " THE FNCY SWPPLF. STALLION, - "kfc'tHa V aataBtaBtaBtaataUjiaW ""nf gaf Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Iay 2, Stanford. Ky., f anil pleasant nddlcr. when o,uittly driven 111 harne .t)le on both He I luijh-ta- il o backed b) thor-n- ., it- - 10 the thir.l generation. making him very active Mired on both ide, in.! sprighth in gait; in form and hnnh a perfect model Hewaired hi Sumpter Denmark, lie hi t'.oddariT Denmark he by I lame A I rom well' Denmark, he hv the race horse, Penmatk - I.S I.h.. lias- lir.l .Iiim. usa sited Sireef Geneva s : w'd Ilettie . . Jones i loVf, ..... ...-. l.C I.. I I.. V u .' i... 1 ...ll...n... . C. W .lla. J 7J'h i Keller l.. MalHII ..irir old. KlTie Thornton 1 w Soto a d dam br Vir- - yuinine . 1 b Albert, (thormiplibred) br St . ., -- , . ..j - 01 ,, oy rami), 1nnronr.11- - mu me mmUiriniii jjinim dam it . ,,, , a 111.1e11.MH awimn 1890,;, ini a Wtnpp the celebrated .Mason wnipp; 10 elephone J (o anil otnerv i nree iimt i'i m mure record were made ill In 18M, the remaining titi were made in iMt). v ' mi. Is in J fain Wallace Denmark; Mai ilJhigh, heaw mare iml Mahogoii) bav, iei4 l',i an. tail. strict!) 1 MaPle Shade Stock Farm- E. P. FAULCONER. Tommy Wilkes, Jr. a'aaaaVJHBHl -- LVLw h at m Will make the ptixrm ea. east of l.am ater on tbr Riilim.iU be pcrtnittiHl to KM( 111.11 r .11 11 place J mile pike and will tine .i'.'likrimii and s a trotter , in both a natural FauloonQr, Boylo County, Kontuoky. l'rin rps ha 14 111 the 3 n lit, dam I'rimroie, In the I'mted me of the KrMtot brood iiiar State. b A lrandfr' Abdallah hand HAVhLOCK ba horte 7 high, lompacily built, trti)t hone, kme foal getter and trotted otcrahill) trmk lat Fall in J 17 ami we cxpe. t hm to trm chn to 1 ao till Fall Hir. produce arelargr and Ane, and HlMimMhy he will make a noble vrua on uur good mare In tUJl $10 to Insure a Living Colt, k Mtinev due when tin mil loaim WiI'm. Jr , a hautilul bar. lb banda He n high and haa aptendid .nle n' action kea. he by Herry irml bv Letiher'a Iimhoi W ilkr. recWilkes, record 1 tj' J he by ord j ji, the ureatett in of all tnmon I ir.i iliim h fdd Stnnewall I tckn.11. the alio of more (jiM.d taddlo hntM- - linn any oiker italbon by eerjhody m KeniurM Hiodama t he old i in l.nk mart. I lie tahd ao.nl tor the "ervK oil I CONN I Redliht 6822, " .r.1 tl i i Alxlallali Mambrliio 3715 ro. I. . rrold, t.rav 'ht'.t T I I wb i i.l. I j.. . I, SHI LP nt ol Iti.t in ) I.- -- Il..tr... -- m ji'h. w 1 .,.-...-.- 1 -- dam by Milallact Penmarl aboe, lar's Penmark, he b the race hpre Pmmiirk: hi dam Florizc; td dam b MuntKomery'iOliter ; id "Maliosouy bay, i i '4 Lon.H high, fcuUd In 1885 dam hj Old Drrmion. Tmn i a fm haped Imrtf ' V; 1. he Ky Abdallah Glemue. trial ma no and tail, i$!i Imnda Inrh black with Iiau - toli-l- . he by St LTin.. Jo. and I a ulreofiin natural Middlcr and li.u pm en himu'lf a Hnmlde ontan he by AtendV Vbdall.ih; he illie P. fancv breoder. Kvtdyk's Abdullah l.leii.oc 'Jamb 1 he abo c tock will make the eaMm of tSjo at by Imp Glencoe b) Pioniede by Caren-tc- r' from nfewiiRer. Joe Abdullah dam by Mambriuo my farm il$ mtlc will be titttom llle.tonear mitre pcrmitu-station, and ierc b the inourame. 'vVcwrtuiWIIah- - dam Fanny Kanyey. by Hensire of 10 trotter and producing ry b) Nicholas bv Haiion. by iii-aG f ll I Will Highlander b Hunts Highlander (imVTUIIUC-Park". Mey'-Henry,lilm ' ported in r37l '"P.. V Comdam Lilly Pale - H, h , modore. Commoeloie out of EllraoutJenUn DENMARK LEXELL, of Miller 1 American Khpc. he by Duracli. Damsel, by Piomede, dam b) Imp Messenger Son of Wallace Pcmirk, a handMime ilt,el ire lame II. Clay' Ashlind Mambrmo, tine ie and of ro)al blood, will be ued pnvatel. by Mambrmo Chief, ire ol Lad) Ihorn.Ai Mmk committed t.. mj tare and breeding will Victor Abdallah will make the season d iSqo at receive mi personal attention l.ra.s furnished ..eyfanin mite fro.., Stanford at the season and at rejotiablc rates to he pud b r belore renmial of No rcionibiIit f..r amdcnla r escapes Foal. stoik with stoik forfeit insurance and make Patting a Mare $15 to eavm due J s 1 KKI K CARPKN I KR Son of Victor AMftUalL Je TOM ROHINSON, il ! 1 till tvttion. Tltr re il value in hi pedigree rwt l the Tacl of indiTidunl ment. that ) iprTnl h. hOM- acttnri on b.4liil ldr enete both Mar per Ivor-rno producer tlirt iruid g. the IIV ALMOST ( lormer io4i and grt the money and IImIo.K' by ronlr goad iiiarrt will do likewi of Lady Majolica i diun LYP, 1th' dam from Ilroun Chief 443 sirrof Mnjfle 1 ' ami tku damtof Altamont 1 i64 Ijidj Majolica J 1$ by $50, Monoy Duo when Mnro Provoa Mambrinn Chief with Foul. dam FANNIK dam of Polly, dam of IHtector 17, Ihorndalc 1 K. Onward 1 a,h 1 j, j .., ki.n I I'.i m an I II . j. 41! i . ie Regular Wilkes! lualcdjune lUrk ) 1 inlit and rramWirr ! bj etnasnt bin k Haw k I oyebl, rectal . ; M Kysdrk's llambletoniar, lulu li.lian Machree. br eel. s a merit an Star Itf.llight will make lb. at tt'nd. i.l it lawn StotA I ini '. mile eat of she lb C'lt'.at - dam bt II Invtii SI IS of 0 dam b dum j 40. I .4' ol dim S.iiOfH uttrr Mrmrreo ih n th 14 iii ami grai.il cm '. ibp i . a-- i) ift I 1 r8. Pu. '"' "' .Cir. UtiJia, -- r.. mail 1 -- bylton l''ranklui, son of flarrac, Mn of Fear niUKhi, Vc lien Frnnklin'ii darr. by Jahnon CopperViuttom. d dam by SuxW'cimcr, on tt Sir Anh), ou of Imp. Pionml. qaahtie-- i Abdallah Mnmbrino live rce hor Tliey are hor- to the colli that hctu produietl ana we neaaa, win c ot extreme peed.conriiK No ho la , the stumiiui 10 aland h ird training Kentuck ha, grown int.. popularm mot rajadly n 1 taa 01 awrra ( than he h.l ami wttn me pained uch notoriety Itoii w.inia norae vtin iron clad lomtitution eti. then breed to Abdallah Mambrmo. He i aUua great daw producer and some da) ill be a noted prepotent aire Hori 1 j il, Johi. F Ii)iie Podiiie SIRKP 1 1 1 1586. PINK IIN PA LA 4.i 'Mar ) t lly ttmhletoman 10, dam by A twricua dam POCHAHONTVS, ky American (sir of the dam of 14 in the t to Ul, q by C M Clay, Jr aire f the dama . Clitv n ia iMv of 10 In He haa never been found in the Wilkes family handled for apeed bat tan to veil tat Up wtll make the ea of it my noma two mile frem llu.toaville on PamlUe ptkr at WILKM llamble-Uii.i- ii Hi. b George Wilke he I) Fir.t dam bv Rerular i be b Volanieor Keealar Wtlke hi at line guted h.rsea will lie HV CI. A. faj haml I iKh, aeighi 1. 10 ltdk' $15 to Insure a Mare with Foal. M VII W vhe.l . I it. k,T i' I I III) t iiMlil.M.P M I I liS. iV Harrison Chief,' Jr., W SlOO, With Return Privilege. , Insure II with ,, , I PVKM.Miiiu.rd, K. Ilavclolc MRF.D II V 51,51. I dam M ARV ANN. M Aleaander Abdallah n, tilt tbr sen Ke Lien retained i jsire of the dams of Jerome haldi 6:, Faiueua paid Xareagraredcolt ivasonable terms m.aiey on N. t ij, etc on of llambletaaian 10 r a.cidenlt l5 I J ASP. PdlHNLi. a aal drawn, years rid, m. Mm. land, K hands, fine t) le, handwiaH'l) propertitind and very pr.vmi.ine He tambine the lUmbletowisn-Star-Clarrnw ha.ked by Areaamacr'a Abdallah and smstild produce great speed artd remarkable Ilia decrndaai. are certain to mn oeMraniMce great basth uaati the traik and in the stud t J ) $10 to Insure a Living Colt. ia ill make the seaor ol itoo .it mr sia'.le at Stan (oi.l it Jin the season or I 1 r. ais $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt, ' y P R I N C PS ,. j SU0 to Intmro. Arthur Sims. 3041, Wyandotte, . ' j LANCET, 7871. Standard under Rules 6, 7 BEAGANSA. This splendid Imported Jaik will make the sea son of 1891. at the old Gngsbv farm near Shelby Cm, at and 8 HY PRIITKNPF.R 11 S. n of PiUatorand Winona by Almoat hv Ijncewaod. .m I .met' &on of Hambletoeiiaii. $10 to Insure a Living Colt. dam Con louwill br suretobke Lady Rockafcller by Amor. him. c aud sec him and M'. 8 im II. JOHNSON. Agrt IUay Rich. ican star, nl dam mond, by Hamhletonian. Steien . ... b lidwin Kor"'' J( dam Ml Mambrmo Chier. ddam I'ollvSteien " Hay Richmond, sire ol IiU. record 2 17, and record aire of dam of St. Cloud, with right front heel and tet, brown j, white, foaled May high1880 This left O iia handime and yery tyl.h colt, leg niUJ.ed power; hib and with great miiiular O cowl. Hi action isopenand trappy and hia arc last, showed l'retendir hnxHling excellent fcfl ire ,,uarter la . econd and is by Dictator, than of t a an) aierage feed greater trnttcr whoe Til, three sired bv other stallion. oii i.ldam i. well Hamblelo-nl.in.anl.uncewood, bred daughter of -1 .honld make a icry aluiible bore he c3 He will stand lly Woodford Mambrmo jtV, by Hnmbletoman 10 (ire of dam I.OTT1K J the d. ma ot I nnket 7 M.bi Priaccp. Geeevn b Princepa, Greenlnnder j laVj by Prto- i9i. repa, Princeton 1 lalf, b) l'rinrep, krtrl iH by Priaeeps dam of KfBe Peaai n1,, lasttie J S) dam Molhe by Ijsog Island Hack Hawk it, record t 18 tire ol .granajatre ot inwiliitic- llathaw with it ord below 1 w. t.reen 7 30 perlonncrs. dam bi Ikllfounder aire ol dam of H amble to- - i. Prinpi4,.: s.,,11. 'i'"1 'by d in. j jii. Xote-Lnn- -- Tettphoae to all posnla Mare bred rn 'hr share a specially. Ma tie. (rated ai jar per nk but at oa iter's cask. Goad care taken of risk Mares brad to say stock and then l.rvd t standai I ether stock, the money dite Mare bred parted wllh totfeit the isysarancc. 1 he above elegantly bred lor.rs will make lh I suras aood track and bn.r e.urssd the cc.0fSam Colbafa itnd J. P. Gray, both men ol seaaonof laVnai "Maple,' two mihra from I aa casut on sin(nrd pike wbrre iltry srill be found rxmMMrm -- w. ..ill h uiaasl ta hai dl. at any tinny ruady to er e mares ,IOj) for ou Itarktbtre Itoa for aak -f- lrted registered ARIIIl II MM Sead fur card of encoded pedigree tec. Cor 6 isasaaidofice aalKiaed. lly l.en Knot, record 1 1,, with 14 in 1 n tlaa. Vermoei 11 1 it class ad w141. dam Daughter(.en Kao bySims' tat of Hero, rthur Lady Arthur, is by llourtwn Chief, aire ol. 4am. Ladr Maod a a arid man) other gotsu ones and He m a hand out of Lilly Art Bar, thoroughbred smwe buy 14V4 hand high and ha proven himaelf. a Una breeder. Will ttsad at 5526, -ii aj 0ll ant lr allowed to serve Sound and all r ght Moiiei 4u niarea thai are not regular broederi w hrn the .oil i nmes mare told or tranalrrred A lirn will be held on all colt until paid f..r II artison Chief, J r upsH.n an.' Pedigree I a ied sirrel , stands hands i In. lies in belgbl. rsrs old this spriag, has big tail and inane II i i ) HarriaoM Chiel, he by Clark Chief, the tiir of I adi Ihoraeji His dam Lute, the dam of llsiiker j S 'I he dam of llairssoo Chief. Jr. ss l. m at aiton Mambnn.. be mil of a atarr i bv M, sander t Ab.'allah, Ht oaas by MinevoLry, hi l.y iMd I e.inntnn, 3d dam by Mtaohau't I'sn Hill he by llsll Siotkipg 4lh dam b) Davy lrokei, tb dun by Haltora, Mhdain b) Well." lr. , ri n "ii ri 1 yatntaaa. Ky , sow 1 ccswbined jjeblinu. lull brother of HairieonChtel Jr , for Si, sou, also .!! isu ex tiers at Vi.Jlo Mr Abe lienakc v.dd aoiber comrnaed geMIng fe Jrosso )ou. an see the brrod of this is mora sssaaht after than aoy other stallion a. the. bring better pi ice lhanenr other stallion Ci.isader iiicn hre THE a son I KXISTG I t 1 In. fine ta.'dlr st4llM.l S)t make he prcxttl m same Ja. jl i ihr Iiim ' $20 to Insure a Living Colt. I he King is I v Silver King . he br (la Time; h? by Mease wall Urisssn. he by Washington Pen Mark he b) Gaines D umark ; he bribe 4 mil lire ban si Deamark 1st darn oat nf Maad bv IMand sGrar.ger he b Jewel, he bv Hashiog tun Peamark Granger ivi stain bv Highland!. lu din ki Oliver td.lim bv Woodpeikcr I he King's d dam ibr premium mare f.lfaa by anmcter's Uavrt. x'li of Herthune. wh was a PiuraiiHbtrd mmi ..( Alu C arneal, Ih dam ul the null.) e horse I riioglcsa The King it 4 1. iuod a ith one hiad aakle while and nip in la. e. t "d mane and tail, irostd l.seai.daitiA .1. tod has ne.er met hat e)ual hands hlgb asa.l.llrr I be kin( sian.l. 1 c $20 by the Insurance. v . j i north, j$j d At Ton Dollars to Insure. u S3 tn cu I jBssHnacV laW T 3t""- -. Messenger Chief, weighs caitod. Hay utallmii Jr. well 5 n pound. foilei I in i" . of hnc ' t)leand nands high 00 (r 15 ? SIKEP 11V MFsSKNGl.R CIUFK 1V5. by Abdallah Pilot First dam own iter to Gen. Geor.e II Thom- o homas. record - n iff as, sire ol Scott' id Mecnger: sdalttm by Mambrmo Chief, jth dam by Imp Napoleon. tli dam by 'tempest; s Dlornnli. Jam by Tiger; 6th dam b Pa'ml.y b Shlpp s yth dam by Cannon' Whfpp: 8th dam 1 .Mam-lirin""'ME-sSKNGK- rocs 2 B Wv"-- - 1 S" "" lntV ht CI Ji ' Bhasaaa lly MsHnspoHtaa, ooe ol the best bred son. o Rysdya'a llamhh'saaaan. having for his data llvaiyaih by VoluHtoer. . und dam Clara, the dam of Deatei s 17 and Pin .t..r . the sire of I lire tor and JarKye-S;, Phtvliaa t h111 W illiam ft cash, sue el. j 10 tat dam Ijsdy t leremiah 1 itk "I ol Pissne Imperusl I S and lam an labiad Ulfim njlf lb. hol-v- . on taint 4 per em ,.l the old li..i e kistlyk Ham the lounder .a" the pjrealest inf. blrrotii in No ting ftio .It tlie world has ever known, tuurviag ihroiih htt vatttt froofi ditferci.t "annels 11 In pedigirr- - 1 u will And p. yal breeding lUsdvk'a Hambtoloniaa, t uluateer, Meimttsslilan W elah .1 WlWam and 111 ll.es sUlti vo will see ind..olusl ot I I K I V I anraster rare teti.iv and a. breeders se 01. d 10 ai.n . senj ur nisrrs sioer, IS,) will be j. are. I f e ' i l n, ) he 1 V ' III! I AM 1 sAPI'l I M l I PN, II s'ip(,, tt b by Imp. Scithian b Honner (.ray F.agle t dam byOntott Iclegraph jam Vermont. Ir . I Vermont, dam bv Olner Chief, Sr produced the following Maud Mar.cl Meenseri 16k, Abel J4'j. H. .'S'.-1 iS, llesne Manning M Gu j jovj, Rol.rt Katherin.15, Messenger atj'J. T.elle a8. s. j b Messenger 1 tnrl.3o 2 I'retty snide Mesenger Chlof Jr . t the sire of ..annir II , "ill howeda6 time ami won. ij blue ribbon the finest show mare in Rue says he think he Kentucky. Meenjer Chief, I r., will make the feasonol 1890 at jdam 1 dam by Virmont, CIIIEI'iJR'S Jr. s U V GILT W ED GB!!BREEZE pike, at the season, e WILKES i Mes-iseng-er in a ri S c - statilord and Milledgcvill Or 'f - at our stable t, mile ill make the season ol I incvln ..'imii, K) .on Ih m Milieslgeville Ji; hi $20 to Insure a Mare in Foal, n - 1 $15 to Insure a Living I Colt. alo hove Two Very Fine Mule 1 Jacks, nt f tand at S10 to insure a li.injr colt Which A lien will be retained on c .'t until the season money i paid. Tlieaboic horse ami jacks will make the pre-tjseason at in) farm two miles South of Stanford K). .!) Somerset pike 16 M.S. llAUt. UMAX. Stanford will Messenger. Ea Barlovr, 2375. Gover's (standard Rule i C Dopsey St.tii.' ird 1 111 STAR WILKES. Ilatk -t Stallion 15'- - Hand High, Foaled 1887. SIHF.P IIV l. LK WILKKS 4i. -- - dam kate.Ay GUI' Vermont 104. ,d dam Ilia, k Kmtl), by Ht4m'a Yorkshire ,.1 lam I. ml, KwHt. bv Waznur. t fa dam Emils Apeed. by Imp I. e Ian than. bv P.uc4et ,thdam likes ; I yle WiU 465s, ire ol Pan.ille i.,.f oi. .j k..nui. j jut.. Mattic WiUes 3". y . ...v.. o I ulii Wilkc j k in.i' j ij, iieorxe mine , i.tdainb) Anuriian Cla ta, id, by Mam-l.rt lucl II . idd nil . the dam ol Kru as m . 304in 1.. rgeWilxs ji ,, ji sire ol 69 performers (o, miirr I .11 in, stallion livii.g or duii by nilioniaii .0. irtof4i performers in 3. lUm Hi -. ,l. jnd dam by a Mambrmo id dam by Mamhrino Messenger. (.astelar, 1061 b) Volunteer. ... ire ol Mt. Jul-ieufci, etc ; 1st dam Miss Nodino by Hambtar dam ) ell mond, son of Potter a Clay , 6, by and Modesty dam of Artillery American Star, 14: 3d dam by llartrand. dam Wnl.orn m. bv Humblctonian. m; jot, and dam, the Miss I oole, by Telegraph daiiiotGev tooley, l Frid.t) I'.d Harlow will stand at my i'i 'miles (ram Stanford on the new White Oak aud Pi a Mill River 'liirnpiki., near Puddernr' iu 1 i. Ii.inils llieli. foaled iSS bten by A (.oldsmilh, Orange county, New ork Sired b t avtelar tobi. tstdam Woburn Maid, by Wobiirn .1 ( 1 lie dam of Carver, J in.. I -- i .11.. ,n 27) hurie. it At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. I will also !te im premium for the lust mire coll and J7., lor the nest horse i olt ol Ld Barlow's get lobe shown in sunford the hrsi Monday my young jack, Al ia Ostober., a Kiog lirlin L n It nil s Vermont H14 Ij k Mini , mile Hold i Ami jsJ and teieral "th-r- s list, b p.iw ring Vermont sou of in the (Jam by llanUy' Columbus, Jlia k II. ul - 1st s.1 ,U U II KtS is fine salted and as hand- JAM-' colt a souiantind in the Wilkes family. J lie haeneter been handled tor pettl. thenut win season II. will male trot fast when handled ejf ilaoat my pla. e j miles from Stanf rd oil the Danville pike at ' C ,'4, 91,, that aiii,'.tta Wilke l ij, irr of llnlinrr Hoy The j. Hie dams if lor bi,f prue. L'.ulit Wilkes -- old- - n N'elb') L ISradali-- w . i'. iti. JOE EMBREE, -- will erve a few jJ'hj.1 111 .re 11 $8 i nisire a its the lath ol nig colt Joe Is a red i... k, . year-ol- d .ast Octolier. H. is 14', h md high and of 1.Sue Psvton kmbrec, of 111 style and a. lion. Ilrnl toln cminty, and lias .1 double . r.saof Jim Porter A hen retained .111 on all . oils till the season is ... .".. nj.o. .iiutiL. one wneiiinr .in. .lain t. C.p iS4i Hi 1st dam by (.ray bagle, l.j Missengcr ( hiel, perbottom, A. He Mrssengei Clue!, Jr , by, Messenger lei.nie sire o 1Ma id ,u dam hi , Kino. .' ioi ist dam Mambrmo Messenger. idd..m by M iinbimo Chief, 4th dum by Imp Napoleon. 5th dam b lempesi. Parnab) s Dm 6th damHi) Tiger, 7II1 dam b medc; Mh dam by Cannon's Whip oth dam by Sliipps Paraxon Nlesaeager Chief was sued by Abdallah Pilot, isldaai by Mainbruio Messenger ad data by Mambrmo Chief, ,Vc He sired Maud Messenger - 16,, bcl .4 '4 Marvel ... Manning Robert II, re. ord J 33, trial 1 jtV, and other fast ones Abdallah Pi 1 was sired by Alexander's He lliandina b Mambrmo Chiel tired Pickard t iSS. Red Jim and others bdallah irof K)sdyk' Haui Alexander's bletoman, sire of Ueater i7',4l sired Goldsmith Maid . 14, Maj r Edaall , wh ill turn sired kulvert McGregor t 17, sire of.ltmnic M.t. rigor c, ,vi 3 i6v,, St. Khau.re.ord v , was aired by Aleiander't . Abdallah, darn said 10 be by Imp. Uelfcunder. the second dam of Mambnn Chief, the sire Mes.KBger Chief, Jr tired tha great Lady home 1 aad MambriiMi Pat lieu; who in turn sired Luttdon 1 j"; and , othere in j v and lietter and altu aired the dams of lny Wikes 1 ijvs; Har on Wilke 1 ig and the dams of ij otner with records nf j valid better c season nf Hi" at i.uratablc stai d near Turner-- . ills, at ! .l 1 111 1. tbdal-lah.isida1 n--f 1 I'.a) st.lnon, r hands I gb I i'.d ,iril 4 li , mM N i. Ins v tin rfadsu r siallion - . ml rnl Is ha. fill i. Iiaiit. dust 1 o.deif April, sp.edv and unet.elled 111 si)le, .utioii, mush am! ., disposition I ull brother to trial lariuiie, , year idd trial j and Mmuruse, the speedy and premium oil 01 'il. Sired by Akaadi i.oldiiu.t 4400(b) t.id.ldust iso, by ermiaat .Morgan Cloa cH er related to Maud s and Jahnston 1 ui , ,, .... 1 Rt.oid j .7' than any other sla'Uoo the Aral 5 year old stallion to trot in publii a fast a t n. sire of t ik'V .e .rd Kotahnd Wilkes th fastest mart of , P II XROl P. lie .1 M ..id ette, dam likes fauiil), record 1 1,44! Whirl wiud a n. and ad more in the t 10 Im. the lanN) (.olddual V, Kalelle 1 aaVi first daui olande dam I ul a, fe. nrd t J4V4J I him Florence, dam uf Latrtle j aJVj, by (..Jdeu lly IIKLMoN l.sirt of N'oiwcmmI, , iji, Mingo Chief, sou ol i.aff- - Cnmet Morgan 1 dam 1 ouag Portia, Over soo of the e peiformers have a sirHK m Pain of Votaasre aoi. sirs or llaanmar ijH. fusionof i.idddnst end Morgan I iood I lam of forttua a Mlajkaaa Porsev (Kilddiist will make the pr. sent aeason at ). (.ire .4recaed t y. a 7.( year old Dam of llymea. miles from Stanford ou I tu..ttviPc Ml) place record ta Harolu, Dam of Childc pike at ; IranddaaBof Coanaughl sireol Ctoaaaoret ayv $20 to Living Colt. rano nam m u.'a s 7iv; Hv MAMBRINO CHUCK .aire 4 l.ady Thome Mare. k. 'l oil re 00 4.. I I. I'rr al le. reiord t iH rcsp in II ulenis tif.il gi... ..I 14.1 Dsm Poma, by Ron KICK. Money due when mare 1. parted with Mate grated nr ted at reasonable prices Not re.pea-tildfor any accident should an. otrur maue (nit liilge is a beautilul red tisrtel, and tall It hands lche high, w it flatted Sep! t saddle horse 1, V, and is a perfe wa. shewed lal teas. at a i.yaaf .ill old and totik the sweepstake premium at Kuks. 'viMeaMil Pan v lib-- an in hst 04 a nag at llatrad. Those who want to breed to a gtrnd aaddlr burg sialboa aie coiilsally Insiieal to leasi at our horse and tec turn move. He wttt sited by Sarriad Jewel, he hv t uamag biaVa Jewel, he by old Wathingj,,.a Penmark His first 4am Minnie, by M. on aid's llalcorn, id dam by Wells' Crusader Ins i.t dam by btutle wall Jackeafi, ht by W athingion Prnmarl, he by Klack aeamaik. hi first dai ov I insider he by Old Whip; id siam a Koskt Mountain marc MAPISON SANIMIM.h A. SON. MilUdgeville, Ky 1 fin iJy 1 1 rSe j j,1, YAZOO, 11799. -- ' lla stall on. Ma. k iminu. iVs hands liuth. foal en in Sued k Pdosly. nji, 'ire nf Nellie O'Neal , 11V,. inal 16, Pick Wilke 1 it,, trial 1 is, Mai.) 1. m. King I 'et o. k trsai , Mary I.ou, ) yeir old tria' 10 and five more taut hate shown UUts wf , ,o or betlrr all in lax tea sua. man a is irrUialy wonderful for a )tsr otsl .lalltoii with hauled port nan lint by rt. Mtr of Harry U like. 1 ijs,, Guy Wilke. I ij';. Red Wilke (aire of Prior W tikes i,V, Willtam 1. sireut Aileli. old record sold lor lioj .00 and Is the oolj horse that aland at aieo the tea son lirat dam rJira Jane fdam of Mltvd Messtrnrer 11,! byl.enile llrrere sire irf Pearl s fa, dam of Peaii aledium J it Second dam Kitiy Kiver Idam of Heretic Girl, 1 vrurnU record 1 ir n lo trarthy Atrsaaster'a Ahtiallah, site of Giddsmiih Maid 1 14, KomUusI t Ji I,. Almoat. Iklmoal, Ai lhirddam by Red Jacket sire Of the dam ot Kentucky Wtlke r jiVi and the locoad lUmitvi So So a tit;, l.wrie Wilke laara Ilelle t ,, Comhat itwc tsf Drown J il and WHiiam Red Wilke' sire of Pna.ce Wilke 14k, Phil Thompson hi, r hy Comet, oa of Sher man Morgan Fpurth dam ancilra fast mare, suppnsed l.'Vi of Ahalallah and Messenger blond h) oeorg Wilkes l.losay dam tannic dam of Nellie O'Neal t iii.nrd a iH, tnal , fjtt, trial 1 ty at 4 rears eld; Grey Katie Jackson Charley, trial at year old ss aeiei 3 othe, that wuld true ikste lei u b Iron t Cadmut, aire m Potahonta 'Vs.. IIRtCKr, Wll KIS will make the se.iion ol Sao ai my plair miles from htanfard. kv on iintn maacn pise at a in, si iii(t rj, 1 i, 1 , j..'..i0zo to insure a mare in loal, Money due when tlie lat is a elainH or msie partasi uh. t II s HI S lao-mil- e Sag-lan- d I Insure a . i standard siallion. bind a us lea white, in si.ed be Messenger Bfrcn full brother to Maud Ha 1 i 1 1, $10 to Iusure a Living Colt. ., I parted with tm t M sl(j(lN MOkh. o I A I: ( I ON Kit 4j!i5 t to Insure Uviitj; Coll. . Si.inf.ird, K Money due when olt i foiled , lien rt tnuii-- on ( Stanford. Kv A. LCh.K PRXNTCE. will Hand my line 01111,5 bore, Prince, season five miles eait ofStanford on th Stanford .L Preachers! ille pike at $7 to insure a colt to get up, walk around the mare and suck No jolt, no pay Prince is a line, stylish, lilai.k horse, high Hi sire 7 loath old this spring, is'i bands b) was out of a Penmark mare ami waired Prun-tio- an His dam wa sired by a Prciiuoii horse ami outol a Whip marc lie i a natuhorse 1 uf i8), ral gaitcd saddle horse I will also stand my splendid young Jack. Modoc. 15 ear ok', about is hands lnyh. black mealy note, line length a d form. He wa Hired by Arch Walker's Jack and out of my old colt to icniict. He will stand at $10 to insureNo colt, get no suck the sji, walk around lias mare andpercent bitter satThis jaik given ipay Cull and see tlian mil jaik I ever stool isfaction Iiim and lus colts Marc bred to either of these and traded or from tlie nci.liborhood without satisfying ne that tiny ire n..tui f ai f.nfelt the season and money i due. I al. li. Id a ben on the colt unit' the season is paid .1 Sll AS ANPKRSON. He 1 s and combined sihIIioii will make mile the present season at Pr. I W Logan's SrASON OF -, I ast of Milledgt ville oil turnpike road leadll tu Stanford Tin l.illi.wiiig iianusl si.illi. ns wtll link' tlo s,,is.,n Waterloo is standDescription and Pedigree n Paluilb K at mi I.11111 j mill siiutli-iiard bred, blai k. 17 hand high, weighs i.jcolbe , iiKiginln enl st)le and action and is u sure foal getter, his progeny combining speed and firtt-- c rec ril of a ass. lass saddle iiialitie. He ha Me is b) Richelieu; he bj Mawbrino Chief; lie M.imlirtno; lie b Mambrino Paymaster,' lie ' Full hiothir to Geneva s ; iu'4 anil Mattie II by Imp. Mewnge"r visirs 2 J4.. at First dam Helm mare by Hay Messenger; lie by lit AIlPALLAll MAMHRINO 1517 Harpinu; he li) Hainbletonlan ; he by Imp. Me1I.1111 1'lla llopkitisbi Old Octo11s.11 by Camion Whip, he ssenger; ad dam Red idam Mollie Winl'iT) bj Avant's Aliue the aite of by lllatkburn' Whip llird bv Imp. Whip, he b) he William Singerly 7 16' . and Nora (J 2 ao. Saltram dan. b Herod ; 3d dam a thorouglihred Alalallah Mambniiolit Almoin )o. M.ijoIkh j i Im llmwn mare li) Imp PioiiuJe. I'.a) Messenger's dam dam l.)d dam ofl-ii- l) was outof a full blooded Messenger mare mid b) Cliul Imp. Rockingham dam Fanny b lien Franklin, Richelieu was the most fastiionahl) bred trot-tdam N'.iiim b Sas Wi liner ling horse mrti.il and the winner uf more premiums and purse than an) therhurvc ill Ken-- 1 Season, $40 for tucky. Waterloo's dam by Helm's Yorkshire; lie by pnvilegis tu m.iics not pmvnig 'Imp Yorkshire , dam by Weisiger's l!eh!iaar, With uu.il nturn ad dam by Kossuth, 3d uam the Holed roan marc in Iml .iwiied bj J. Helm ulid afterward b) N I Lee Waterloo will stand at I WE BED.!! STOCK WA, WATERLOO. hi tr.'ttiiiif 11 it Quinine S., 11048, I 1 I 1 111 Terms. the j GRMYLLLE SMITH, SIRF.P KY , C. I CLAY J $15 to Insure a Living Colt, I Fir.tdam I aay Messenger nearly full sisier i , Maud Mraientiar a lot.) by Abdallah Messenc 1 h alsoeo reeoid is no maatiirc of hi apeed, tare of the Trice hers. Ir.al a ao, gad other Kod ones. we etpeel him logo under ao this fall. Secisnddam Kli'a Jan fdam of Maad Metsen WOO will make the seasogi on the larm uf V io)j hy i.enil s II urn A Co., Silver Cm k, Kv.. k milo from am of ISaurf Medium Itrerre, tire ol laarl . jj Richmond on the l.aneaster turnplhr, lhirddam Kltlv River, d.im of Ikertw l.irl I hrec-YeOld Record in br Aleiaadcr's Abdallah. tire ol l.Mld.smtb jt. Maid j ia llosalind i ji'., Ac Standard. Fourth dan by Red Jacket sire of the dam ot Kealurkv Wilke i aikf, and (he second dam of III oldeat odtsart .omintc Ilruwn llorae, 10 haads, (baled Mar, ) Will graze mates at 10 tern, per day aad will Bohoii,,,. Liic Wilkes ant,, Laaru Ilelle SIRltP IIV KIKXZI, take all possible are. but are not responsible far J tyK.Comtstt sire of lliowu i 18 aad Willums "ilkes (sue of Prince Wilkes a i4K accident or escape (Fall UrtHher to King Kerse rjp I Phil Thompson a mV, c by Comet, ton of hi.cr s III RN . CO tie asm of Almoin dam by Almoin ForfeaM a man Morgan rifth dam an etira Inst mare, supposed to he of a vi A bdalluh and Metveagi r Wood j dam by Garrard I Itiel, tire of llaail Puke 1 isv, Mcasrliger lltceie. by Mesatlizer Chief, tire ol dumby Grey Kugle Ibtnsr's sire of dam ol Maud Messenger i 104, KaihrnueS. j oJ, Col llradshaw 1 sol,, Abel J 14K. Marvel 1 sg. Juke Lady Davis a ti'-,- . 2 lif! Hum Kha Jane, dum of Maud Messenger 4 dam by CoppurbottMa, sire uf dam of Ibtsit puke I wilt stand at my .table it M.Kiiiiii). the 3 16V, Abdallah Meisengei b) Mcsvcngcr Chief sire Minor ot igo , two Horse- - aud three Jacks 01 Maud Messenger t i6'4. PKN'CK is a horsuofgre.il natural spend, having hirat dam Susin b Sentinel made a record of 6 third keui at year old and syt,' sire ot Von Arnun a i.A,, Vivandirrn i 'This is 110 mark of Ins over a verv slow truek full brother to olunlerr, tlreol St Julien speed, as he bus shown trial 111 j jS ami iuarteis Ssond dam Kilty Rivers Igrmiil dam ol Maud Messenger in 34 seconds, which is a rate ol 1 to Very bands some and blood like, and after stirviug a limited II)' (nil's v erinoiit. the pedigree of dam million n. a i6'. hi Alexander' Abdallah. Third dam by red Ja. kct, b) Comet son of Sherman Morgan number of marc wilt be worked for a fast reiord KIN PR LP lus 6croies of Haiubtetoniun, 4 of Willi the blood of llaiiibleluniaii, Muuihrilio I arrest, and a Muiiibriiio Chief oof Morgan. 10I Pilot lire of great t luef. Pilot, Jr , and Kdwin Pilot, Jr , sire o( the dam ot Maml b ao3i an individual as he is be should make a great 1 to, &c He has inurccrosset thin any stock horse. Will make the season of iby, at the Hv Pr p Logan's W aterloo that has a 11 cord stable ol Peine A hams at their I riot itj mile-- of i i and ia standard bred. See pedigree ol other horse to Maud Messenger a ,., or than any other horse hat 10 a j io'$ trottrr West of Stanford, K) ,nt Logan s Waterloo Kindred will nuke the season of 1) Waterloo Jr ' ist dam by I evi Hubbies old at mv .Stonewall Jackson a Mare in Foal. Reiilieu over 4 bands high, dark bay and .1 place at to is good linrics lor all purposes and to Mare in Foal, Mares parted with lorfeit Mares kept tine breeder uf at reasonable rales, but no responsibility for c, will stum at .Honey tint when the la. t cape or actiuenis. hi, ,ri..in,..l n. ,.,,.. in rtedwitli a CIIS PI N'N.Stanf,.,.! i:.. ($6 to t II Mtnger (!. iovi. t Hi IP 1 PambyWIIIF. IP IE ILsT CE. ti 1, ju, At $40 to Insure. yt, "Sl 'l' 2 Horsesand 3 Jacks. KEUKEX VERMONT, ii aliidi WATERLOO, JR., ee . $30 Insure ' $15 Insure a Insure Mare Foal.,p 111 "j i8f Pain the dam id (Julnine S. C F. Chi) bv Caliban, dain Soprano, dam nf 3 beliiw ai'Isruu.l ilam Allies, dam of 111 2 $o lit, 1 in 131 list. w-bo limited to ten approvisl iHnn Granville at the verv low pnceol will also stand at e pla. c my fine Jack, Kiira BUCKIDEIT . STEVE WALKER, Will he permitted to serve or it mures at Waterloo. Jr .is a very dark brown, or black, fine mane und tail, compactly formed, foil 1(1 hands inch high, hue st)leud action und a fine nrnducer of combined horses , pertcctly kiml ill stand at disposition and a sure loal getter 1 N e gagggaggas. laBaaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaL:St' IBSasHK!Psiaai Money due at At $10 o Int ire a Living Coll weaning time or when mare i parted with He is eara old in June a brown lack wilhwliiu points. and lull ijh hands high llewas sired by Aiken's 1st dam lllack Kim? William he bv King Phillip Season, for Satin Jennet; the was sired I.) King Pliillip;ad This Jack dam by Morecavile, be li) Jim Willi llio eame return privilege as above. has proven himself u riuelircedor A number of hi Marc from a distance kiptim grass at s per colts have sold for ioo at weaning time. month. 'Hay and grain if desired, at reasonable Monev due when the celt is foaled or mare parted rates t'alos taken tuu.oul acciileuts, rlc , but nut with. Lien retained till inonej is paid. iiab e sliuiild an) i.ecu,. LOGAN, Owner. P 8 AW SMITH Danville, Kv $10 to Insure a Living Colt. $8 to Insure a Mare in Foal. He ts liy silver King, the great premium horse, old at !j Imp. Iluckdcn id dam by Penny's Two a years old past, at $0. and Prcniion. .id dam liy l'lhnorn. FUmore wan n $8 Season due when colt is foaled on .yicuns iur in. inuuc--j l.lell retained great show horse in his da). He was by Mont-- I gomery's Whip and nut of a mare by I' rank, thor- - f ares kept on reasonable lirmv, but no liability for accidents uugnureu. .,.,,...,. . J 12 6 PKNCEA FARRIS, Stanford. 1st dam er $50 the King lluckdeii is a bright bay without any white is i,V,liaiids high, tine mane and tail, of tine ae turn and U a natural saddle horse Also three good yoiin.' BaaBBBBBBBBBBBBsWflNlJlggggr JACKS ALL WELL BRED, ift iCT CfltiXev Jsh.TssmsaiaTsMLi bjwaVj? i'jiTtJ' .TagEf grjrarJ ggLJegaj aaW- - ' m iVmaHI IL saliL saas. i- - Has I na. saMiaV. m.i,iia-ftlaVi- if t ... Sk M .., .Ss-A- '.ay Jj- -; . q, ..Wastf-fa- , ,