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LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. , (stand tin dry eoason near so well at the j sandy Ioniii. Tho coloi is almost black. In Real Eslatoat Rackwooc, C. F. Hudson ami T. C.Walker have S.nt II Mm mm. April --1. It seems iHirticnliirly suited to mustard, Great Activity was Tennessee. purchased the remainder of the (iill Dkmi I n nniioii: which gmus w il ovt-- i large areas ami in 'To the Kditor nf the Intirwr ntiri:. farm. disappointed in Santa Carbarn. From ' generally alxnit s feet high. This seed Cockuooh, Tk.w., May 7, 1hk). I liiul i wn ami hoard ot tlio place, W. M. Kirby lms moved his family what arc sometimes gathered and shipped, but 15inga temporary sojourner in this to thu Hopper property on Stanfoid T hud pictured it as one of the wry pretmost of it noes to UAHti'. wideawake and booming little city, I street. ' tiest nml pleaantest places in California, T. C. Walton. thought I would drop you a few hues lelliied wh-nThe Junior Social Club was entertin' most wealthy and IS. V. Hl'llHI.l:. in the I'ldted States made their i w nil Kiiiilou ami give my impressions ahout it. I tained at u dining on Monday by W. O. home, and whero beautiful residences as I)r. Trnvlor delivered him a line irirl '""0 seen most of the boom towns that Ditnlap. have been attracting the attention of thu wen H)II.,. (Iuvs ..., ,..,,, i.rt,llllsnII ..,. The many friends of MKs Ada Farra m finises woio to l and STOCK ' c.f were last week after a longshiv at Middles-- , m,,m'' ,,nl ,,,is l'1",,k""(, on uvorv hand; and, above all. n climate entertained by her on the evening opinion, the best of the ."lb. Refreshments were served at ". '" Most of this MMOt lina n ieiotI position out thoro of unusual pleawmtnes. vet one I have for. in i will tome out all right, as he ever a late hour, after which the crowd deexisted only in my imagination; First as to location. It is situated in puted declaring Miss Ada to be the Iot.s. Miss Virgio White's school is in- met, it ciiii lay about as little I'lahn t .im-j,norm i most charming hostess in the woild. beauty as anv town in tin pomun ("mmfiiiHiiui tfcc fair and is' u0R"' Vvdden's Cidge, a vast repo.'-t- v C.ike- Walker, of Kirksville, was in Slate stieet is the only pret- - ,Mtf u success. Frank Jloltxelaw will WILL TAKK I'LACK- town Wednesday. Miss Georgie Moore, one in tho place. It is paved for n;u.lmn to Missouri soon. It. U. I.ure ",ol'-- of t'""1' kh. liiiicstoni' and runs along the west side of the of lower Ciarmrd, is the guest n, i,omt. frtw ,iav llsollfu.r mvS. of two miles with asphalt, and is concerned, tensive trip through Washington Teirl-- , v,llI,,.v reaching from Kmory dap to Mamie Currey. Lexington stree iaa beiiutvas far as paving but it majority of the building along it tmy ami California. I'rof. Ikldv uaf, Chattanooga, from whenee it extends and Mrs. M. Livingston, of Cine are onlv one story and many of the olh- - hero Saturday trving to get stockholders fl,rlllur 80"t1' s Lookout Mountain and aie visiting Mr. and Mrs. 11. T .Noel, UvA 'omitain, being called by the at their beautiful residence and dilapidated, and H telephone line to be built from I.an-- 1 west of era aie exceedingly ouster to Diinville. If built he ini,,owv tiT iiihim' nt IHrmlnjtliam. This remark-prett- town. might have been an Mrs.. I. 1). Holdam, Crab Orchard, R. X. thoroughfate falls far short of it. to rent the liucHitd imy stockholders 10li,1,,,' "l"'vi'l of iron, coal and limestone Arckkk, rresident, Grand Hotel. Cincinnati. O. d is isiting Mm. Annie James, Richmond Hue business percent on their inviitinent and keep n',l'1,in-- ' fr0l Kmory (iap to Of coiitsc there me m.uio S. WniNKKV, Somerset, K-- . l,w,,, ,,S,H "lnntMl tlie fontlitifiiiB of iron avenue. Owsley Cay, residences, but these ate tho the line in repair. Joshn.i ISunlftt'H Jollico, Tenn., is O. J. Wiooins. Secretary and Treasurer, Somerset, Ky. . exception and not the rule. A great ma-- daughter marrieil Kiijm Hutchison. 0f '"amifiiftiue in the nited States. The visiting his mother and sisters. Mrs. .1. T. M. Thatch kk, Assistant Scc'y, Someriftt, Ky. tiling', (Jarnird. on theMh. Old man Thump- ext'inli'l public- nttvntiun called to K. Young is visiting her ton, Dr. F. O. ny obladobo houses, covered with before Young, Lexington. in the h0n, our noted almanac maker, came in a W'"H ,,y "'""'"Kl'"""- I! Hcnrv Hacklov, are still standlns.', and sometiim's DIRKCTORS: boom-aw- ay back Cincinnati, ami Miss Maude Hackley, 1110111118' absence, last week after iii.xt conspicuous places. lie )H nilm'1' ''W" Gko. K. Duckworth, Cincinnati; O. J. Wiggins, Covington, Ky. Jen. J. T. Miller and dipt. II. Paint Lick, aie visiting telatives. Miss populatiim, numbeilnu' perhaps has been in Virk'inla and we have had to ' tic R. N. Archkk, " O. H. Waddle, Somerset, Ky. made uii principally of lrencli, take the the weather as it came during ' l ".imoennin, wno imu notice.! me Mamie is cousideied the prettiest girl in S. Whinhrv. Somerset, Ky. at this point while Hamilton College, which is quite a com- J. N. liROWN. (leimatis. Spanish, Italians, Chiness,Vc. hisstay. John Connie has a chicken m''1 15. Mattiikws, " J. M. Richardson, Somerset. in Walden's Valley, came pliment. of the pw. vvith thife leys and feet. fomM)sin; about amount t o'clock on tin- 7th, at the Cap pie. It is a motley crowd, to be sure, Uev. (irecn Clay Smith nve us a call on l,l'n' ""(1 n,u'r SWI,I"' KXKCUTIVK COMMITTKE: includin- - lo mile-- , of, the tist church. Miss Sallie Hackley, of Paint for the Sabbath his mute fioiu Lancaster to Ids appoint of l,roI''-'-y- . winch has little respect . ..Ml II. .!.... Kockwood Furnace. At Lick ami Mr. J. Samlidge, of Coyle, GliO. K.Duckworth, J. N. Hrowx, t R. X. Archkk, O.S.Wiggins. "M at I'rovn ence for tin kcconil Sun.' nr mix- miier ihvtiiH institution, ami is a - day In May. time it was the tirst coke luruace. were married bv Cev. Oreen ClavSniith. . lawyer Davison pive us a that living ovidenco of our too kit immiKmCaP,tal a,ld NaU,ral Resources Join Hand in Hand. The Dawn of a tion Ihws, which should be so amended pcsiint call last Saturday to see how south 6f the Ohio and Potomac, all oth- Attendants. Miss Ma,,,!,. iin,kl,v an,v Ncw hra of Prosperity. Churchill Yeager, Miss Jennie Chestnut of the iiuth could the railroad vote was uoin-jColored ers being operated with charcoal. that the They erected coke ovens now mini and Virgil Hke; ushers, Cohort L. The Dream of Enthusiasm Crystali.cd into Stubborn and Indisputable holding a meeting here not be dumped upon us at such a lively folks have ' Facts. this week with two confessions to date. bering .'WO, and in 1S7I built another fur- Hughes, John M. Farra, W. O. Dunlap, rate. Itarlmm if siUiatiil on a littlo Itrinr on your turkeys as they aie cur- - nace. These furnaces have run con Craliiun Franks. Henry Hackley, and Electric Street Car Lines, Water Worlcs, Oil Refinery, Glass Factory nroiectioii of tho Facirtc, which rent here at ." cents per nouinl. I.. (J. stantly ever since, because they pioduc- - James Cuiry. The entire bridal party and l'laning Mill, all to be Erected and in Operation this Sum-lef- t at once for Danville, where they is on its south side. On all other sidos Hubble has pit rchnsed a new curt am i'l i'on cheaper than it could be made mcr and work win begi on t,ese i;nterprises at oncc lie Koaue took the train for Cincinnati and other it is hummed in by low mountains, harness ami from the diiectiou lie is go- - elsewhere " tlie wotl.l. therefore made a huge points. somerset is located on tne . b. K. K. and is a progressive and whiih are kept green bp the liHivy fogs ing the next thing will be something lml' t'o'npany n,1(1 prosperous town of 3,500. Two Hanks, showing !.,.. Pifty cents reward for any one be- - mu" of loni'.v rnnitnl "ctnrl- - rtC ""' hlil1 ,loill jt ri thorn at night and usually that envelop LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. NV,l,lt wm to l),l'vunl uU'"KSiSo.ooo, splendid Public Schools and other enterprises and institu- lt',. till loot 11 o'clock in the morning. Thu tw ecu the age of "M and M) not going to l'he Senate passed the House bill tions make her future exceedingly bright. H. Haerlin, the Great mu illicit bnif been made a lovely the show Fridav. Cosh Cmn.-,llm. wlien thev had coal veins from s to 1(X) thick JimeBtone in the niuib bill nml to prohibit the killing of quail, itc, in landscape artist, is about through the survey for a route of a one by the proper class of people. Tho pike boaid met Saturday and n,.0iwtwi street railway tnrougn tnc city, wiucii will be operated either by steam or harbor w alout as good as any on 111c d. C. Oivens president. He did a great a gicat mine ol line lossilliterous iron Lincoln county. It is said that the republicans in the rici.i.ni:iiy. Fmnciseo ami Shu deal for tho pike last year considering running along the foot of the mountains. ('.unfit-- except Miu r toinpieie system 01 water works, witn resorvoir, on the tlx it was in when he was elected, No such arrangement of the raw materi- Legislature will vote for Hon. Silas Ad Crescent Hill will be immediately constructed. The minerals in PuThere are very few Iiego harbors on this coast, and but for the Joseph Cobinson was elected president al is found anywhere else in the world ams, of Casev, for I'. S. Senator. They laski county are noted for their purity and inexhaustible supply. The (act that the west wind is broken by by the board of the Danville and Lancas" It is a fact that Cock wood makes iron COtil(l not compliment a better man. quality 01 sanci ana several oil wells are attracting the attcn- -(- .iov.Cucknerhassigned the bill call - ,. pike and we hope he will be elected cheaper than any place in the world, mountains and the sea by the Santa Car- ion ot men and it will not be long till a glass factotv and Three miles from Coekwood Hows inga Constitutional Convention, making bam Islands, not faraway, it would be county judge by a large majority in Car- an oil refinery will be put into opeiation. The railroad facilities of the broad Tennessee, which is reach- - that important measure is now a law, next to impossible for large liuats to land rani county next August, Somerset are Eight passenger trains pass daily and being Cock- - and candidates may proceed without e.l by a short railroad from l.i.n. in- atoruiv weather. The beach is .. .. .. "halfway between Cincinnati and Chattanooga, it is the business point :..... l coal, iron and coke of Cock- - orvations piecK piettj mid bathing is iuite nice in pleas to in aiiiioiuiciiig Congressman s ileum wood The of the head officials of the Railroad Company, who will in the House, Creek furnaces are sent to Pittsburg, Uov. Cuckner vetoed the bill for the ant weather, but it has been too cool tne nirtner development ot the wonderful natural resources the grand said Chattanooga, Cincinnati, St. Louis, LoujKistime. the my arrival for such t,in 'It is a personal sorrow much more Nville and even Canada, by water. A 0U!U' of l ulaskl Possesses. The Cincinnati, Alabama & Atlantic R. thermometer ranging during the day than a personal sorrow to many of us, gu-a-t deal of it is also sent away by the rard. Teetersis a minor who .wanted .all K. is now an assured fact, and rvmsinfr ns it- will Mirnnrrli . . . . . . ' . ms pro penv turneu over 10 mm. tne' " . . " ' to 70. Fishing is line sxrt, more from . auus anotner to ner manv advantages. especially probably to me, who (ueen k Crescent road, Fine veto was sustained. business is remunerative nml as a had been his friend since was a lad of' Cesides the water of the Tennessee, Mr. Carlisle sent a telegram to Sena- . . . . . ... . . .. specimens from 10 to 10 pounds are not people seem iu jearsoi age, connected witn mm by there is tlie llnest driiiking water Here tor Newman, statingthat he would arrive catch. The nn every possible tio which connect twojeversaw. It comes down from the sand - at Frankfort on vesterday next. This is to think that "Cotter the day. better the men, except blood and relationship. It stone rocks of the mountain in crystal considered a prettv sure pointer that he deed," for they ply their avocation on was iu mis iiouse ne won ins llrst na- streams which are alive with game llsh. j8 a candidate for the Sena-- I as on week days. AUiut hunday as well tional leputatiou, a reputation based on have seen bass caught here which were torship. out in the ocean is an iinAre headquarters for a half mile covering the loftiest qualities of a true manhood. two feet long. (Mil Ike Walton ought to, Senator deck's death is a double afinense lot of kel, or His life was one of the ui(.t romantic iu have seen this place before he died. Miction to Kentucky. It removes from hundrmls of acres. Although the water A meiican politics. That a poor Scotch The climate is magniliceut, not too the Senate one of the brainiest states-- , ntaces, it extends (rom u 111 f,...i .I....11 in Medium tempera- - men that ever honored the State,, and it mill- - boy should come to the bluegrass conn- - cold nor too warm. . . . . . . the bottom to the siirface- -8 little try, Hiioui-- i rise to the head of the most tore id, and an atmosphere that makes1 extends the session of the Legislature Plows ! Plows Plows ! Ikiy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel aw u marine loresi, chm im-- .wieguanv mouii- - one leei iiku ne nas oeeiuirniKing eiiaui-- , for .'0 days or more. Louisville Post. ' The Southern Pacific, Iroin 1js AngePlow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no vu mur p.ugne. ineieis no iiiuiiinii or prevail- M""c' " ... -- The bill for the Louisville . i.at.,11.1. piau. runsthn. the , .... 0....11.. . ...in ima ii,:i v- - '.. .... roan, passed, aner a miniami Cov plow ever had the run that the .....;..,.; !:.,...,.,.. i.i. ..-- , . uru- - mn urau.m.--" uigiou ami on Oliver has. Every plow warranted to Sunlit Clnm lllh'V. which is anuosi u rv uiuj, suouiii oe translated to t he lv val lev has no eoua . V peo-imp iti.l.t nn tlw nf Om I.. of the wmo name in pretty as the valley do good work, or no sale. .Ask your neighbor. The Coane Iron Company is going to the vicinitv of San francisco. nesmcn tloiw. a most without opposition, and erect another big furnace at once and .".00 ,,iL.( wlio have had a powerful lobby working against the road. This road rutsofalikinds.it gmws more jllin; -- oW conlidence and more houses. will bo a part of Huntington's new WesboumlHiy ofit li; W. s t .hi. h re State: that during !t has determined to push Coekwood tern system. It will connect the Te incut. The little town r y,w of his manly he no one ahead, ami has millions to do it with. It Central at Milldale and the C. & "Vetira, at its western end. shipped ! nle.s integ- - has graded the streets nml is building a (). in Covington. irrigation is N Zm WW M ,., , ly. m hw lo fty his pure, iiummy line. electric light plant is( I Ia ing secured the sen ices of Hrv.asthe land l.M veiy little " -- There appeals to have been no fault in operation nml new manufactories, in- " " "" . ......1......I ,.,,.1 U damn enough. management of the burning of the in the noble generosity shown to both eluding a glass factory, bridge factory The euithqiiake of ihc Mill, which friends and enemy, attest that the .1 mill, shoe factory, ice factory, wine Asylum at Longue Vointe. Quebec, ...:iuo hue ....." was prettv severe everi 1 was. The fright .mi now fully prepared to do In fact have Kentucky gave him was deserved; that planing mill. A:c. will sooii be built. The horrible as the .laster 11 rlli. was not felt here. the confidence she toposed in him was new hotel, Coekwood Inn, will be a " h nets iip.ina lunatic as it does upon of oNperieu- imt vet had the pleiisme l'i they stay and burn, even when wisely given, ami was pioof that the magnificent structure. Taxes sue low a hoi .. . diiiuriiii-- .1. 'I'l...,. fliiinf. riclil- cOlilinOll - . tllllt SOIIle Of Ms flil ... nnhmil and the citv now numbers V00 people. die door is open for them to pass out. ""h"0 in California, mu. .....11 evei LTIld nanny occurn distressing to re There are good schools, churches and so- - t it is none the less .... . The last oiiei - ln iinv serious damage. ord tho terrible lo?s of life among a ciuty. The basis for a big town already AND The moial objection to prohibition and the most destructive for a number was Coekwood is'no experiment but bering crowd. was t)t. Mihstitute for it in dealing of years and the only damage it did Delaware has a law which permits a. a grand success. ZEUSTGKR-VIlsrOto throw a railroad bridge or two out of' wjth intoiiipeinure, is pointedly stated Here is the place to make inoncv .,d judge to give the owner of the stolen, lino and shake the plastering oil' a few l)y tjmt f.im01IS temperance advocate, the Kentucky bovs are making it fast. property the right o whip the convicted All work warranted and promptly done houses. An old mission, tottering with i?mnes Murphy, who says "the law m A good many are hero operating in loal- - diief. A fellow who stole a horse had it weight of years, was shaken down. not control a mail's appetite. The its estate and getting rich. I inet.lohn nil- - tried on him this week. The judge gave not save a man. If Moses could The oldest inhabitant doesn't rememem drelh one .lay mid asked him how he die owner permission to whip him, and, one have saved by law he would have been was ifettimr alum.'. lie reolie.l- "Toler. a large crowd proceeded to the jail, ber nnv shock to compare with the which came near destroying Charleston the Christ, and there would have been able. I have not caught on well yet, but where they stripped the culprit and tied no need for another Savior. low, re- in ISMi. made $o00 yesterday." II. M. Carpen- him to a wagon wheel. Tho owner of While oranges and lemons grow pret. mt.miJ0r that our blessed Savior never is boring with a big auger and piling the horse then proceeded to administer nt- went a(tL.r a.man with the eitv marshal, ter tv well along the coast, they do not the lash, giving the thief till licks and m- lht. Knl,0 of (.(0(l .. "Wo o1I0t up money, (ienrge Myers is with him. wearing out his whip. tain to that perfection reached in the Then there is Col. Joe Shawhau and son, very too Buvuri.iy censure and condemn the tetior. The rind is generally .1. L. shawhan, McClin-tocS'olhiiKY. A criminal whose day of partly covered with mold. hHlhlozlng and intimidating influences of Cynthiana, A Suro Curo far all Diseases in thick and k. McJutyre, of Millersburg, and execution had arrived was asked by his not grown heiefor profit at all. miu,jfL.sttd ,y the prohibitionists in this They are and various others fioin Kentucky. is jailer if he had any last favor to ask. Next to an orange orchard in beauty - ,.0tcst, so unscrupulous as to villify and "I have, sir," saiil the condemned man, The tieesare beau- abns( thoso w,0 While write an eager crowd is gety iMvf whh the Kngliah walnut. hvm "and it is a very slight favor indeed." large, their limbs Bprvml-- on tilia lUt.Htioii. It is unparalleled in ting nil' tho train. Things will boom tiful and grow "Well, if it is really a slight lavor, 1 thohc of tho ailja- - the i,j8tory of Caldwell countv elect-.ce- trom now 011. I he great sale comiiienc - .... ,,Rint it. um... is it " hiK out and reaching Arising train Impurities of tho Blood, iind us May Clth and continues four days.; "I hanker after a few ripe peaches to trees, form almost a complete cov ion8 .''prjnceton Cannur. --. from FuncttonsU Derangements. , . Thece will be a big rush for lots. An!l'a-ering for the ground, niosnatie is ueuso the jailer, "why "IVachfs'" Among the special methods of curing in.ineneo crowd will be here including in hot wcath-- ' j I10Iltll's " nml is an inviting retreat tmv WQl.t b(, rpe for BT HBi.'rT V consumption may bo mentioned that of Uov. Taylor and stall. Ample arrange-- 1 ..,,'" A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AND A CERTAIN They don't bloom till May, so - a physician who depended 'Well." lnven't seen them in their most beauti- ly on exercise in the open almost ontire-fii- l incuts will be made for the accommoda that doesn'tsaid the condemned man 4 . PREVEKTIOH OF HOG CHOLERA. matter--I'l- l wait." large and air. Ho tion of nil who come. Speculation be-- l irarb The crops are very R li nny, I)r,i:i-t- . Stiifoi.l W llailey, (.ener.il Mer lian.lne. for (al l red his patients to continually ride on tweeu now and the sale will be heavv eight years urneiwllc are The burning question of the hour N IS Jiiiih, Mi Met any, I'rivgist Kinu-.-- ille; C C floocti Co Wuynclnirf ' a.cin. protital.lt after the trees hoiseback till they get well. This exer- rs is. among Massachusetts woman-right- f I! Mi I'hrrMin, KouUiid; J K on ten Drugisr, Millelt;eville t Arthur elller, and prolitable. Mvery day the price of to that tlim tmrt '8 isu, WUH t0 ,J0 takea , old, but prior tu, l0lnt "Shall ladies ride straddle or not'."' Crab On lianl W II Cumniints-- . (iener.il Mer h hiiIki-- I'tvailiiTsyille: J. A William. I)riii?itr' llakcr.dcneral Menhamlise. It.hUnd whero the air was good; the riding was properly advances. (Jouie down and Should this important issue be settled 111 M. Kinnev. t little income. " iu wu mi iiuiii seven 10 i.hj niilea a see. the iiflirmativu the whole party is cerThe soil here is verj 11 is day, and the patients were to btop only badlv divided; still the Times' A Tennessee, judge instructs the tain to be Hoi ihat in the vicinity of P.iflulena. wea- iui lumi iui ...K.;,t u iti llm wkiwlitii (ItudllCUAll aim ineir horses, wet as adobe, and in rand jury to indict' those newspapers , nml not to remain more than what is known not follow unworthy It is haul in a place. Tho result of this 0110 night oflVring prizes in guessing matches, tin man's example and sit too long on thoj Jlook Keeping, Short Hand, Telegraphy, .Co treatment ther eets muddy and sticky. docs not was almost invariably successful. funco. Ulasgow l lines. rue for i:ataiog' una iki iioriniio act. der the .ind disagreeable to woik and 1 SOMERSET I i - LAI Kie'li-miu- m -- IMPROVEMENT 350,000. GO. woll-ko- jk l- - ""' CAPITAL " : ( "' mi First Sale of Town Lots - . ,. wind-d'istan- v tii'. LS. MAY ' . d lat-wh- at 20 AND2V90. Vice-Presiden- ' y Cirming-housesan- ' t. I - - I': j j ! l- 1 - three-Iourt- - ... h iell-forim.- d ! fPiKinu I ' im-n- .... In-e- n , '' 1 - u . Imv-lik- e 1 ' j - ' 11 . u-i-- t , , , llrst-clu- tr wide-awak- e first-clas- s. res-woo- . . in-rid- ' i .. - -- (nmrcf ........... 1 um-ommo- '. ..... 1 HIGGINS OTKINNEY full-llodge- d j -' sea-weet- l, ... Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, do. ! . . . , - cm-cciiu- . . ............. i A- - . 1 - -- -- -- r u", av !" vi- -it lei-tuck- y car-hHid- ,. f'" i""''"""mi uni-i-ium- . .n NOTICE. 1 -.. 1 iinu-M-- MK. TKOS, DAITON OF CHICAGO, 1 , ' 1 iin-if- c 1 11 , "' - ,n,i 1.. F''-' .... ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK gib-exis- ts. UsTE j j law-doe- s j A. R. - PENNY. i j DR. ELLIOTT'S j ,u Medicated Food, k 1 1 j NORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs nt " mam. I -- j I I -- I ,V DruL-sir-t' . '' i" 11 I i.,,!!.-alio- iild anti-lotter- y BRYANT & STRATTON Business College LOUISVILLE, KYr r i. I it M urn M TK. I iv i i ? It i f.m1ii. n ivifttnr ..llllVI,!., T..... .MI1I1V3 .MIIIJMIj, UIIIIN), t1ii til iflica Gov. Uuckxuii announces that the rea- ' race murdered Warwick Duncan, colored, sons he Mve for not entering the ' '" U. S. Senator before, apply unit over n s:nme of craps at Tayloravillo. n,.M.il fnrn.i lll Will 111 - lVHIlt l)l l Senator Worthain has withdrawn . . ... . .. lift May 0. ISflO V'lildl luitviiui) lumiii&TANFOKD, IvY., a candidate. John Young Brown says, from tlio race for superior judire in the AT-he is out for coventor and nothing else. First DNtriot leaving n dear field at pies- for Col. W. II. Yost, This takes two impoitant figures from ent V. The Supreme Court denioii consideration ami simplifies matteis eon-- . Should either MeCreary or Ier's application for n writ of haheas he chosen a apecial election pus, hut said it would hear a motion for would hnvo to he ordered to fill the va- - a writ of error on the Wth. The Sinner Sewing Machine Factoiy caney in Congress. There are dozens in ready to shy their cav at Klixuhoth, N. .1., burned, ettusini: a DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Carlisle's district of we tors into the ring, hut so far we have loss of .several millions of dollais and been W VAKNON Kar County Judge, THOMAS men out of employment, heard of no aspirant in this district, ex-- ' throwing be i.n.nlhuitcil fi.LsHtidmw. " County Attorney, JOSEI'H II lAToX, A destructive tornado passed over a cept, perhaps, a Shelbv county man. do " County Clerk, GKORGE II COOTr K, ;; portion of Hood county, Texas, Mimiay i " Shcn ft", J N M EN E F E E ; '.m u,rv UH'CUa, .. llULtJ SOUL v LIS IS UlC SCCt'Ct1 we OKI' 1. ri i I. I .1 I 1. rni. l UL SoMirriMKtigo Senator Ulackburn and .llrorMnmi .lnine a ereat deal of daniuire! 0l"tl'0,c't" Of J ' " Jailer, SAMUKl. M. OWENS; Amcmot, K. D. KKN'XEm; Congressman MeCreary woro discussing nn,i causing the death of at least lo per-- ' SUCCCSS. Sup't of Common Schools, W. K. McCI.AllY the wonderful way that tlteir lives hail sons. " Surveyor, HARRY A EANSj Dunn, whose prediitions of run together in periods of four yen is. Coroner, ARCH CAKSON First they attended Centre College to- -' the Mississippi overflow was so nearly gather four years, served in the war four fulfilled, comes again to the front to ArTKitashortandsiiniilefuner.il ser were together in the Kentucky 'diet that this will be a lemarkably cold! vice in the Senate Chamber at Washim.-to- Legislature four years and in the Lewer summer. Goods, Shoes, I Tuesdav. the remains of Senator House of Congress four years. They) we eel as- The five convicts in the Dannamo-Ik'ck, accompanied by an escort from both wondered what the next quadren- - ra, N. Y., State prison, who recently pro-both Houses of Congress, vveie placed in nial period would do for ihem and the touted the warden from a murderous as-I who n special tram for their final resting place question seemsnow toheneartheanswer. &uilt by a fellow convict, have been par- Lexington, (iov. Ihtckner anil com- There are four years yet of Senator j doned by the governor. at op . ....... wu .. ... .. 1 I mittees from the Legislature met the Beck's term. I iov. MeCreary stands as ..' Lu,iusv cue Carrie Brown, a colored prostitute ui-ri lutit, you, I oesi , .. train at the State line and Wednesday it goon, iicnn kji.uvh.uiizz 'ii ii uoi ueuer, miuv man uuy uuiur snot an i ue top ui .iukiu-- j (fTfPI U 11(11 I IIP pj'ICP Of (I It II IIOUSP III i ui cuv ffu tOlVIl arrived at its destination, whvre after man to till the vacancy. jotrnt Middlesboro Bell was jealous of S BllLP Cottoitadp. ,)() Sold el'sCwhere CCIlts residence of Hon. lying in state at the ,, I OC, SOlll the woman and attempted to whip hen 1 Pn n'pj, ,,,',, P Unlnvh!,, It. A. Thurston till next day. they were (it CI. ScCI'SlU'lur There are 138 members in the Ken- - for ohor ,llrtlltIon4. interred in the presence of a vast throng tucky Legislature, 115 of whom are dem-- ! Of t lie best 1)1(1 (it pfltS (111(1 V CUS (it Mp L Murpiiv, i,ltl. of the Old gathered to pay the last tribute of res- ocrats. It will therefore take 53 votes K,,UlK.kv lXonifft C Will Sell IS WCPli. (I liaildsOIIIP I illC (it 2h (III (l 8(L U'llicfl (II'P Sold h9 i,een apM,iuted pect to the statesman, whom they loved m caucus to nominate a successor to ; Benoru, (( f nnd ti,k,t a,ent of U 11(1 CS.')0. OllC gl'Cat ddvU II lllot nnd honored so much in life. He served MeCreary, Carlisle ., ml has enter- T. ; ti.n.rl Hhil Kt.tuckv Fnion railway Hint h ; nrCP (t.th lit hll.ubltt -- i . , (r.- .. ,; t , ., yvwi ,,,, ,, l seussei I his countrv well. Peace to his ashes. (it- , ... ., i,1i;wl,iinr.T,l fti i,u ,iii,.a Lnistvare more frequently ', 'n and it pretty sure, if cert so is Bko. Mem ham, himself excellent tim- binations are not formed, that one of the1 nt tPI'llS (t 11(1 JlHccS. Will rtali, has been sentenced i0SeleGtC(l. "'? J'POaJ'dS 'StljtC, fabl'lC, (I SlllOIL, ber for the office, says that the declina- three will be chosen. Uov. MeCreary ., ' ")() WOl'tJl ,,,'n,, WW vllira. :llllirJwinmellt for the murder OWJ U bOU S KllCC hntl tion of Col. II. M. McCarty to lie consid staiul s a cliance and it lie tie- tilt .. . .iiiiii'n r....,;i.. .it. nnnUli KnrL- in 02. CJ v... n.n. umnl. mn'.v k'nnn i.iiiiii, K liii nari'.... ered for president of the I. A. cides to go in it will be to win. Every age. lb come rows the contest down to Woodson and body in the sth district is for him, but lsJis nancock is 72 vears of Committee on IViimoiih Tho Sl,nat0 Walton. In that event there will be no at the: same time thev dislike to gl Whim j..,M .. ..,,,,,1; Tuesdav and decidid Mr. Woodson deserves the up as a representative. contest. unanimously to recommend that the honor, Walton does not mid if the hitter's in the Morrill attachSenate name is mentioned at the convention he Boltki.i.k, of Maine, wants to make A. S. will move that it be withdrawn and the himself solid at home by the addition oi ment to the Dependent Pension Villas gentleman who has done so much for the a section to the Interstate Commerce act it passed the llou-SI Kdl.'lN The Chicago carpenters' strike, lor . association be elected by acclamation. M.IIII MlrM II M K which provided "That nothing in this I tn . Mc re, t mfnl day with 10 hours pay, has act shall he construed to antagonize the an BituxswiiK, N. J., draws the color line sale or traflic in intoxicating liquors in been compromised by the establishment r VLI.KN J n)l bo sharply that the delegate's to the Afriday with pay at:tt cents an any State contrary to the laws thereof." of an can Methodist Conference there find it paid fur at ALLEN SL-- ATWOOI), This is entirely for buncombe. The g. hour. Extra time is to bo Sunday at dotiole not only difficult but impossible to se- o. p. has it in power to pass the amend- time and a half and REEL ESTffTE EGBSTS. cure rooms. Bishop Turner sends up a ment, but it can he safely asserted that time. mournful plaint, but as Brunswick is it will not. In view of the bill to abollsn ntpitai City, Tcnn. lins V.irl- - Wnrli 1.1 North of Mason iV Dixon's line the nitpiii'isiimeiii, .1... V..... W li.iw tlu- finest ,m most complete stock oi. Whex democratic congressmen from interviewed numerous judges on the bloody shirters in Congress will not attempt to have marshal law declared Virginia apply for anything at the post-- ! question and they all ree that It would j R Q MORGAN, D. D. S. there. It is only in the South that such otlice department, they are told that the, result in multiplying nomicmes to DENTIST. will be left to Gen. Mahone, "our gree that we have no conception of at things are noticed and condemned. O li'ice on Main street, ojait I'ortman lloaie, - the present time, referee." With his own people repudiup tiair Xitrou. Oxidv ti t giten for M)inlu The nourishing city of Owensboro will ating him to the extent of over 40,000. The Philadelphia lVss openly accu- - extrMtiBc STAN'rORP. KE.NTfCKV. hnvo a public auction of residence lots majority, it would seem that the admin- -' ses Senator ijuay of the theft of $30,000, May Men who put their money istration requires more than the world Of this amount tne rress oeciares that on property there can do so with the ut- falling on him to make it realize that (!0,000 was lost in unlucky speculations DR. V B. most confidence. Owensboro is the the Mahone is out of the ring. and that the remaining jlOO.000, taken most progressive city in the State and for like purposes, was replaced by n forCoi.. Ijkxxbtt Yot'.vu will occupy a tunate turn in a speculative market. there is no doubt about hei great future. OAct Sens id Main Mrti, in olN'-- recently Editors who partook of the unbounded seat in the Constitutional convention, Three, hundred men wont to the vacaud bjr.Dr. I, V Huffman. Stan'ord, Kr Kvcr in Stanfonl. Call ami examine ami be convinced. hospitality of her citizens owe it to them notwithstanding the efforts of the whis- Lexington S. C. jail to hang a negro who) to mention the wile of lots noted above. ky men to defeat him because he had on was charged with ruping a white girl, Tlws. one or two occasions voted for local op- but he seized n dub nnd kept the mob nt up Tip: Home mid chool, edited by W. tion. His opponent, Mr. Helm, with- Imv by knocking several of the foremost (I Shoes. (in I lli K. Shaw an I C. II. tireatlmuse, appears drew from the race before the primary down. Thev then pave it up and stood (II have mimic n.y 'n r i 'iv IIrrulcn r, oppo fuunil at all tm:ilr I 'Kji', woek with a new head, eimravd Wetlnosday, when he sww fiis IILl.H KM P. that the Jigi donth Mote are ! Carpets. 09 Cloths, .Matting, R u- -. Lace Curtain. ,V. with speiiil reference to the objects wag up a d that the colonel would iwnt ollnnd shot him to wttv cowardly of the publication, and improved gen hi three to one. W. K. CRESS, ruin storm lom1 Dunne eriHv 111 its contents und innke-uj- i m on th Louisville Cutdk, n It is .111 eKiellent little paper, issued It is said that the Louisville delpga Southern, sectionshelter under freJuhi REAL ESTATE AH KN'i:. took t week u at ?! a year and inrhetttpr for I to be tion is for Boyd twin nt Harrodabur. When th train Barbourvillo, Ky., t(cher i it least. SiiHtor. of course he has not a scintil in lli- hands nf evt-rmoved otf Chalk endeavored to crawl H. fur sal .mc tin' h ti c proper' in in la of a for election, but the mem r.Kin rliancH that the Indianians get beni nre in better position to trade, ouu but both leg wer ao badly maimed booming "H ' il'r'xnirville, Cirmiuilcma aoliciivd. 7 U j amputation of the injoml member lateh thev how stroiiply deiuiM'ntt when they present a solid front in that ' that JAs 1. LIMA'S. WI.AKKs waa iiMary. ictlnvaie. MuuieipHl tlctioiie were wv. incluaive, tiierw From 1S80 to field in mime rous cities 'J'utjsfdHy, which AVR15S MEWS CONDENSED were destroyed in the United State by icsiihei' almost without exception in dein-0- 1 '2V2 Attornejra at Law. Illicit rati, utories, especially where imrtv Illinois has lour - fetrin nueruni reveuiio officers ..w. were aiiiwi or mo 307 pjfth St., Twelve otticers j " - Louisvillo, Ky. hm s were the strongest drawn. At tli wak-- produce i.OOO watrliea a dy. 5k i M rate Ins native State will utterly repudi1'. h. Sampson has t,. ' pKiiuted miwiMiliinuK wtnio tiiscnarxine men, """"" iteen kitw HmldiitK ate President Harrison in ls2 tosuiiastor at Altamont, Laurel conntv. dntv in destroying the stills. Twentyseriously were more or Ie II. Weslev has been aiinolnted iKiai. ttiroomen l Tin: stillest and strongest is master I It AN K MAKIMllS at Middlebur vice J. Wealev. re- - wonnded as the result of encounters on JAS ;. civ ENS now called the Levi Morton, in honor of signed. similar errands. our GIVENS 5. HER WON. birkeepT. This -- Congressman Wilson has been made Two men ollercd some jewelry at is genuine fame. No otiier vice presiwas at oncu a iiiomber of the republican congression-- ,' Moiehead, which REALKSTXTB. dent lias been similarly honored and al committee. by the one to whom it was ollered as, - - KcMitticky. many of their uaines are forgotten, but 11 . w Kiuui, ui( II.,.!. 13 illlllUlincetl rlmt wltii-- was buried with his sister. " iniie, this can never be said Of Levi. His name as a candidate for and limber I.and b uhi superior court 'iuIl'uI An investigation or Mild oU Lommu.ion. CrrvpumlD a will be Known even to the remotest genher grave had been opened ami lieroouy in that district. .oln iird eration. -- The insane asylum at Longue Point, taken away. After being rifle.! it was And We Have The production of wines and whisky near .Montreal, burned and with it over probably ol.l to some medlwil school. The men were arrested. in Kentucky shows a very huge increase 100 of its J,:i00 inmates. MT. VERNON, KY. Tliere is a woman in New York in Assistant Postmaster ( ieneral Clark- this fiscal year. The amount is stated at , tne ,luin,)er se.vo" "" !,mu TbUaU Jod Hotels stttt maiatam L'o,l.'!0,l71 gallons, or nearly half a gallon son told a Pittsburg reporter that he had wll09e for every man, woman and child in the decided to leave the postal serviceon Ju- a strange part, sue is me sovenui t It fine rcputatien. Charges renofladle. Spedaughter of the seventh daughter. At cial attention to the travctinz public. U. S. We shall give the half gallon ly 1. M. . XBWCOMIi, l'rap., ... 'PI. ine meeting 01 me lepublicau na- the age of seven months Iter mot tier coming to us to some red-h' prohibitiont Ml. Vernan, Ky, old she was ist and let him go oil' and bet "Idling" tional committee, which was to have' died. When seven years been held in Washington May :;, will he wrecked oil the coast of Cuba and her OI.Udrunk. held on the ll'th. father was drowned. She married at 17 The editor of the Harbourville News In 1SS0 there were 101 cotton mills and in :M years buried seven husbands. WEETHERFQRD HOTEL. says that Hon. .John I). Harris told him in our Southern States, with i5o7,S.-)- 4 And to cap this wonderful career she Ill S'lONMI I K, K. in March last that under no circumstan- Bpindles; in 18s.il theie were '.") mills! gave birth to a child with seven distinct ces would he be a candidate for lieuten- with L'.OlJo.L'ikS spindles. P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. heads. ant governor. We never believed that is a list of those who A. K Lancaster, a Philadelphia! The following ll.iiinc rilled the aL'ivt hotel, lefittcil and I am prepared tu ac oniniixtnte the uul- the gentlemen could desire uuch an otlice, j.-- counts ageiu, is missing, and it is reeeived the nomination lor various .,.. ..H..4 . wd'.im.'.v .. !. .n lip.l.rl.. &..!. Ultltm rHj.iili.lhl. I.iuil . , T il , ... . . situated as he is. cnargeu tnat ne Jias gone away carrying offices in Louisville ami .leuerson conn- - " Luery i.ll fci. and Sample Kmm attached ' Wednesday. As IIo.v, W. L. Ja kso.v was elected judge over $30,000 of funds intrusted to" his ty at the primary held renomi- -' rn care. will be seen a good many were r T 1? V I J f.7 T QT7 of the Jefferson circuit oourt Tuesday, to iJUUg-b- , The body of Judge Curtis Field, who nated. in fact all who asked a second 1x1 Pj fill the vacancy caused by the death of died at Eldorado Springs, Mo., aged M, term now have a good chance to hold it. F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, his distinguished father. Mr. Jackson is was brought to Iiiclunond, his old home, The county clerk's race was very close, GO TO... fully worthy of the honor as well as of London, - - - Kentucky. for interment. Mrs. Charlottn Tnmin but it is thouuht that Webb has small the compliment tendered him of the 53, nnd Hilly Cleary ,2(3. are other deaths maioritv: Judge county court, W. II. track without opposition. lute maved to my new llottljAiul am better mentioned in the Climax. Hoke; judge common pleas court, Ster preparedU than ever to accommodate ;he public (jood I. try attached and every ci)nonuncc The New Jersey express ran into ling 15. Toney; attorney county court, Tim prospect is that Randall will be Cite me u call. KKANK UII.KV. 77 the Lehigh Valley passenger train at succeeded by a republican. Two demoLeander Woolfolk; clerk of county court, Pa., killing .Miss Kiiuna Hall, of George II. Webb; assessor, Dick Uurck; crats are on the track and both declare they will stand whether nominated or Ithica, N. V., and injuring a dozen oth-e- r jailer, W. II. Hailey; sheriff, H. A. Bell; THE CQMMERCIEL HOTEL passengers. The accident was caused Coroner, H. C. Miller; superintendent r not. It is hoped that the will J II OWENS, Manager, do his duty and knock both of them into by the failure of the air brakes to work county schools, L.J. Stivers; judge city aiiu apaucs; Mr. Blaine and the republican party court, It. II. Thompson; clerk city court, kingdom come. Harrodsburg, - Kentucky. have been overruled by Jutlee freight-on- , J. Sel Miller; marshal city court, I. X. & I have McGi.ntv has at last been rewarded. taken charge ol (lua popular holt of the Sangamon county, III., circuit Vetter; delegates for constitutional conand intend to run it in a firtt.clai m every Sets, In Wanamaker presented him with the M. retpect. It i heme papered and inner in from painted court, who decides that tobacco is not vention, Sam Knglish, Zack Phelps, top to bottom, the bedding i being renovated and after taking it from one of the necessaries of life, and that a K. Allen, Morris Sachs, Bennett 11. everything done t mate it plea,unt und comfort- Also a full stock of Landreth's, D. M. Ferry & Co.'s and Crossman's Mr. Clarke without other reason than bill for tobacco canuot he Thetalilu never be turpa.t-ecollected by Young, K. J. MeDermott, K. K. KIrwan, able for jueit. tliii section. .lull J. 11. OWENS. d Garden Seeds in papers. by hoteli in because he could. process of law from a minor. T. J. 1'unk. Semi-Weekly Interior journal linii-nm- - . F. WALTON i Keinm-siderahl- le six faces. . . THE LOUISVILLE STORE J Since the opening our Spring trade crowded with eager have buyers purchasing bargains that can not Out not suit our competitors but our customers are pleased and prices are ,.i .. """"" " uuilllU ' , j pre-vear- s, n. EXAMINE In Dry ii OUR PRICES ' j j 1 1 1 j ' I ' sured of your patronage. here are hundreds of men don't buy their new String Suit till about the 1st of May, by this they avoid the bad weather April and secure the xoiics in are ji ruin uinr ine j. muiiry, nuirnet. .iiio mn'.. Meil' pants edits pcpail', for 7J fats, Trunhs, Carpels, .Matting, Y., and j. j ; , "', f,ht ,w, T tirst-cias- s -' - " , , tci'ldl $1.,)U. C,S(lld elsewhere Suits of elsewhere S7.J0 t(te hers linux' '.l,.nU unit iiunr trouble uijuiding wuitplcascs thciu in our vast assortment, ntif well it pdt $.!.;! S rants Slllt ,in nh;i S. (ill L. will z,,u ,,.,.;;, worth o0. SJ.iO and will bun double the money. All ire ash is and judge for yourselves. .Main Street. Stanford, M. S AkiaTGOSR, MANAGER. th IliadP P,,t elsewhere ..., ..'.. n.t ' non-conc- Dr. PRICE, e. ' 0-- t ,vl-- r miM I : NEW GOODS! - rrrr - ." - Johnson , 14-1- (5. . PENNY. e Dentist. Dress Goods, White Goods, Embroideries, &e., Boote J j j : KEMO VED! -- .' Full Line of Emniersoiis Sons Cents' jl . I v - . , 111 hi-nv- SEVERANCE & SON. on-jli- - y 1 ! m1i- I ll . j , &C1VENS, -- -- - h , ......! ' ' i 'SPRING Cat HING. ioi-y- r , em-ktai- 1 p.. s 1 11141 Piiicvillc, T.,u.c,aU, Our Goods are Now All In ioi-y- r NEWCOiMB well-kno- HOTEL. AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT line of Pants. .- - Sj-t- -- J Men's, Hoys' and Children's Suits, Utflit and Dark Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also large i I STAGG & McROBERTS. I pi? p ItlJjPjl 11 1 Ao A,WABEBNS "MOIEI GROCERY" n, fool-kille- For Garden Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks' I Fal-mou- th Northern Seed Irish Potatoes, Red White Onion Peas and Ilcans bulk. post-ollic- e, m ifi e $ Hatvov Falconer looked nt her with t back In primitive stylo" Bho smiled at the the needle still whcroBhosctltlnst, nnd a said Isabel, "rcrtninly if lovo can accora-tin- y coner. It was her husband' voico which gold thnnblo close by tho basket. pleased sinllo; had she gushed or over recollection. "Hut I think I should liko it pluh it, thero need bo no failure ' interrupted her laughing poliloquy. whelmed hi in with profuse graiituilo he oxecHlmgly well, however " Tho room which Isabel had chosen for her From tho wnll abovo looked down the nict-- 1 please," sho replied; "it is a rare "If J lien you had belter ordor u habit, i experiinont would Imvo boon annoyed; an It was she was one having a spacious bay morning." for ured face of tho youug wife In Its glided to iapv frnmn a fnlr tifruil tmtt flw tn4itv nt n window, looking out upon the lawn, with met hit iden of a woli-biowoman per- IJOll. one of the lnrrinim hnnns. la 'Then bo ready, und Tom will have tho goiiiloisnimal, and Inm very fond of horse - loving and pure spirit. It was u pathetic its cool fountain nnd n lovely figure of Niobe horses nt fectly ho said, the door in n ' Wo will go In tho morning," she said, back riding "1th n fow lessons nt the sccno, and IsHbel's eyes filled with tears as nearby; tho carpet, which was of a set fig- as ho turned to go down.half hour," IM. CIIAJ'TKIt quint ly; "on's Ideas iiru so inueli olouror riding school I think you will miikc a very dim looked ujion it; sho held out her hands ure in dull browns, was replaced by a rich t, (le,o,, "I have brmigni on a preset Tho pretty chestnut mare arched her neck graceful rider." to him In earnest sympathy, saying in low, velvet, having for its groundwork 11 warm eoquettlshly ns her now mistress appeared. 1( 5.ti(l, ns ho cmbrueed tlu1 oinld, t lion than In the hern of the day." Kho turned to him grutofully. "You trntnulous tones: "I can never, never till brown tint upon which was scattered tiny Isubel MenntlniH a fur less peaceful hcuiim was I'luci'd her on tliti walk, n ml turned to loved a horse dearl.v, though sho had tKMiquets of bright rosebuds nnd leaves, of late years had little opioi-tutiitIsabel, "it iniimtnii, ami I hoiie .vou will bo a being enacted in Mrs. Klnnfnrd'H dining-room- ; forgot nothing that can add to my happi- hor place In vmr heort. I am suro." of culwith ferns, whoso dolleiite fronds suggested tivating their acquaintance, but she adtho oiiimti liuil como Just ns thev ness," sho said, anil involuntary tears of vi rj good Iittlo daughter to iior " CILM'ThK IV. the fragrant forest at every stop. ' V riiimimi." roiHiutcd the little girl, were pit lie ml therefor dinner, uud Mrs. pleasure stood tit Iior eyes mired their dninty thoroughbred wa.vs, "No." he iiiiawerutl, gravely taking hor Crimson and whito were tho prevailing "I should hope not," ho replied, smiling; liokiiigupal Inaliot with shy eyes; she hud Htunford rend the letter from her brother. and could tell a flno horso almost as readily wmiid be unpardonable should 1 invito hand In his, -- no ouo could do that; sho. my colors, nnd the light shone softly through as 11 man "Merry on us!" she gusiied, "you win "it l vor kimuii a mother's mro, ami cntiUI not a lady to my bom" and then neglect her " 11 sicrod shrine in my heart never iruoss the newt " first love, holds the ci imson curtains which wero ovorhung " I am sure we uro going to bo tho best of icunc whul it implied. They wero ruling now out beyond tho that none else can occupy ; but, my wife, you with elegant luce, giving nn Indoscribubly friends, pretty Dolly," sho said, as she held " Wli'iti'Hii tt be, iminima, why, uotti-allMy dear."' said Isabel, her heart warm-l- i look faint ' Mrs Stanford hud not jot business portion of the city, past elegunt can 1111 your own place, and that is fast besoft and beautiful tint to tbu room. A large n lump of sugar In one hand and eurossed g t Hiiro to tho little one, nn orphan likti I erself, ami taking thu Iittlo hand coming a dear one " He drow her to him, round table occupied the center, upon which hcrg'ossy rout with her other. Dolly, thus resident's and pal tial homes. put on her evening complexion im hen. " You have told me so llttlo of your oarly and, placing bu arm about her waist, was strewn the lato literature of tho day, u propitiated, turned her " Your I'm-l- Harvev ih married; hut that niic pressed u tctH on tho sweet red Iqn, 'I life," ho wild. " I should like to hoar how pressed his lirst kiss UKn her lips 111 tho handsome desk nnd bonk caso combined upon her mistress with kirgo liquid eyes isn't all or It, whh the answer. niii sure wo shall lovo ouch other very dear a lookof almost ' .lnrrlouV" ivnouil Lilly, your childhood was spoilt " 1 presenco of tho smiling face looking down afforded facilities for reuding or writing, human iiitellurcnco, crunching tho sugar in "it must bu " It was a meager and cramped child- benignly upon them Ih a catching disorder, but to whom I and light easy chairs, adapted for rost her strong white teeth Mrs. Falconer, this is Mrs Mont ford, Ixivo; it was the llrst time the subject rather than show, stood m eory disorder i.v housekeeper." sid Mr. Falconer, a I didn't htipjiosB ho had looked ul a woman hood," she replied, thoughtfully. " Of my The riders had been gone but u few moments ready for use. ti ey wore met in the spacious Jnll ty n niuruAuni .inuuo unsi " ran on tiie ox. parents 1 reniombor nothing, nml Aunt had boon upnrom hed smco their llrst meetwhen u carnage catno up thednve. "Hloss A large sofu covered in crimson plush, me if it Isn't Mrs Stanford," said Mrs woman, olmply dreiwed in blnok truviigunoo, but a society young lady must1 ,)'',,b' always seemod strnngel reticent in ing, and Isuliel wondered what lovo would i derlj regard to them bo llko when it como. She had dreamed of with deep, easy springs, and soft down hue Imd a good, sensible face, nnd Isabel have some latitude of exnrossion. Montford, in a flutter, us she hurrlodly love. What girl has not, a d thought of it pillows at oach i.nil, wus the very embodi" Well, ho bus looked at one to somo pur- - j " And your mini!" frit an if sho would find In her u friend in smoothed her hair and went forward to li r iie-.oo, it seeniH, ' replied Mr. Stanford, dis- - "Win alwavs very kind to me, so fur as as a turbulent, overmastering passion, un- ment of rost ful repose. Ap upright piano meet tho visjtor hihI untried iHlsttHMi. Mr. Mimt ford (Implied a llttlo courtesy miilly; "you remember that homely girl she darod to be; Unelo John Is very un- bounded by ronKm or common sense At nt one side provided for musical evenings, in, 'I we.iomcd tho new iminttr in spile of that watted on you the other day at Mine. reasonable when ho has been drinking, and least that was the version of it given by tho but tho bay window was the crowning beauTO ltKlOXTIXlKI) I or not only nouses me, but his own children story-writerd and she was positive thoro ty of It all; a stand of blooming plants surprise witli n few cordial and well- - Arnot'sf" r.nd bis wife. His downwurd career has was no such emotion in her heart for Mr. beautifully with the laco curtains, in hcii word, and tiien looked inquiringly "TlHitriwwiri"' cried Ullv. FOREIGN FRAGMENTS. and 11 running vino wus pinned over tho ut Mr PaUNiner. "Tlutt i)miii tit" cnMited Mrs Stanford; liecn very rapid for the last live .Msurs, and Falconor. Ho was simply a friend n kind, true gen- curtain, reaching up und forming nn arch ''1 should hnvo apprised you of the "ho has mart-feher on one day's acquaint-ntico- . Irom being tho owner of n comfortable Trrr.cost to England of the Influenza I knew Hint Harvey Fideoner was a homo ho Is now obliged to live in a misertleman who hail rescued her from her try- of greon. A gilded cage hung on each epidemic Is vent. ' ho said, smiling, "hut I wtshed to estimated at 510,000,000. surprise jou. l'kiiso show Mrs. Ctilcuner living monument of oddity, but this bouts able rented cottage, not nearly large enough ing life of poverty, and brought her to all side, nnd golden canaries trilled their Tiik Suez canal, which was cut out of to the oust room and sou that she in made ovory thing," ami she rend the letter aloud. for the family, while they would actually these dnlightful things, and she respected happy songs unceasingly. t mfurtnule after our journey. Mr. Stan ford laughed heartily Isabel had procured a copy of a locket tho soil and sand for 100 miles, costSSl,-- ! The trunks "Harvey suffer for necessities if aunt did not sew con- him ubove nil men whom sho hud overseen Friends may exchange a kiss, and sho picture of the first Mrs. Falconer, which 000,000. will soon lie hero, anil I will liavo yours tsorlgliml, ut any rate," Im snid. helping1 stantly 1 have helped hor to clothe tho turning to I mi himself to the tisixt, which in the excite-- i children, what I could from my own scanty raised her lips to his without n tremor, and Gracie wore, and this, beautifully framed, sent to you itntiiediutelv A CESTKKAniAX who Just died In En-- 1 earnings, but I must confess I did not sen It hoped for the day when kisses in ght bo a was hung In unadmirablo light, the smiling, glnnd spent ninety-nin- e lit I, "and you hud bettor Ho down und lost ment wus being neglected. years of her before dinner "' "What shall we dof" sighed Mrs. Stan- - a duty to go beyond that in tho futility of u svmbol of a sweeter, deeper fcelmg than tender eyes looking down upon herns if id ' llfo in the one house. commendation of her work, and in nno corIt was a largo and bouutiful riHiiii to ford; "tho tiiNenibl" story will get out in. gnwt able lmdiod limn, when he wus spend- friendship. The Shah of Persia has commissioned ing the gt enter part of his earnings in "Mrs. Mont ford " Isahol was seated in ner thero was a deep cornico across tho top, which Mrs. Mont ford led the way, anil fur spile of tin" 1111 easy rocker in tho housekeeper's room. from which was suspended curtains of his Ambassador at Berlin to engage en-- 1 i ishod elegantly with every thing needful "Cut IlHrvey nft with a shilling," sug- drin li,'' and her eyes flashed angrily. "You did qutto right," said Mr Falconor. "Mr Falcon, r has given me permission to handsome laco looped bao with crimson gineors nnd workmen to go to Persia to for a restful toilet. Tho furniluru wus of gested Mr. Stanford, f.icutiotisly; his I eavv walnut, and tho drs'rles of rich m-orwus trtil. Auienctin. Iiuving risen to docidcdlv; "there are some classes of poor fit up one of tho rooms to suit my own taste, ribbons, und In the little alcove thus formed put up gns works in the larger cities. , and I have come to you for assistance, as of stood a pedestal, on which a merry, laugh whom it Is a positive injury to help." t riinson tei ry k'uve a rieli, shadid light his present (win it urn from being a tiare-loo- t Br.xzoN-tho ".Tubileo Plunger," who whu It wus very gniteful to the tirisl ojes of lioy in tho streets of New York.eone(iueiit- Tho answer to Mr. Falconer's letter came course 1 wish to consult his tastes also, and Ing little ctipid looked out mischievously. is now In prison for forgery, is not pon-niloyou huvo lived with him so muny years " Won't papa be pleased,"' said Gracie, t'ie ttaveler, the soft raret j lelifed to her lyhts sympathies wero with tho working In due tune; It was characteristic of Mrs Ho rocolves tho Interest on 1 lad ld;e velvet uud the touch of luxury jioeplo, tind ho saw no nirtirulur disgrace Stanford, bewailing his hastv marriage In thul you must know him well. It is to bo looking at tho whole with an innate artistic 5280,000, though ho can not touch tho an evening room, where we can meet for delight. was eervwlmro apHirenL in tiie fact that Harvey had niarrnsl ouu of ouo breath, and congratulating him in au " I hope he will, my dear," was the reply, principal. iMiuel (iranlf" she Ihotn. "Is tins roully other, nml he smiled as ho read aloud: "I quiet rest after tho day is over, and I wish s.ihi to herself, a she stood lieforw it large "and we will try the effect of our work upon "Do bo sensible Mr iluiiifonl," said his will visit you ns soon ultor the wedding as I it to be thoroughly restful and coty." Iteuviewino has been got down to & i.. rror and lisiked at her fm-c- . somewliat wife, rather snppihlv science py a Persian who advertises than ran be Hirsl. Lilly sends gieeting lo Mrs. "Yes. mii'nm, 1 think I see what you him this evening." i jst The child could hardly allow him time to ho will furnish for the provincial press und jadeit with traveling, nml g wish," said Mrs Montford, with her llttlo "Then I suy, in all seriousness, that you I'aksmer, and bids mo saj that hor reuiein-braiiei. a sly pinch us she tlid so "One had letter follow your brother's advico, She liked this now Mrs. Fal- finish hisdossertof fruits and coffee, she intervlows with distinguished men, two of her is a very ploasunt one," but courtesy ' iik was so eager to show him the surprise, and a week, for S15 per an uniappy Mme and make the liest of it." he resumed, quiet- the mnin jsirt of the letter he wise!;, kept to coner, with her quiet ways, so far removed in month. ' not n train, with no prosnet-- t of n homo. ly. from haughtiness or patronage, though danced along before h'tn like 11 sprito, as he "Harvey's hend is pretty generally himself. A heal crown of pure gold, studded I. it a corner in Aunt lieoby s crotvUed eoi level, and I'll dare venture he has not been "The dear girl," said Isubel, In grateful with tho rest of tho family below stairs, followed her leisurely with Isabel. " Isti t it lovely. papH" she cried,,oagerly, with a thousand diamonds, and valued t.ige. tin next a wife uud motiier ih thet taken In by any frotu.v bonded glglet, mid rdief "I believe I shall Hud my tlrst she had alittle natural curiosity m rogard to If you tak her up, and tnnko tho most of .i k'unl ItiniM the sudden marriage; sho checked it per- as she threw open the door and revealed at 37,600, is to bo put up at auction at of her correct " ' Wliv did vou not tell me yoa bud a hor, sImj may pm e a A fow laslatera charming iittlo noto emptorily in tho son-ant- s perfect lion in society ; under her, and tho pretty room flooded with a soft, pink Singaporo. It formerly belonged to tho i .nighierf ' she asketl, as Mr falconer ap as likely to lie as any other way. for you cuino from hilly herself, acknowledging tho she was by far too well bred to express It, light. Malay r.tiltans. and is being sold by tho lansltwo Iiouih lafr She had hud a re know Dame Grundy dearly lores a ro- gift of tho picture. "You say, dear Undo byword or look, in herself, .vet sho could " Yos, inv dear, it is beautiful," said Mr ostato of tho late Sultan of Porka. f . mance ' ngiiu;aiid wus drewcivl t rdibuer. Harvey, that it was my new aunties selec not help seeing that their relations wero Falconor, taking in tho details with critical Tun complaints in regard to the Paris ' Yo.i did not uk me," he Miil . "reniem-i- i "S seemed ery lailyiike uud quiet that tion; she must have exquisite taste, and quite different from those of the llrst Mrs. eyes; ho had not us yet had an v revelation tclophono system have induced the Minand the result pleased not wish lo skip any nf the day," aaid Ijlly. coming oii dul o lejr father's nothing could have pleased both lUIph and Falconer, whom she had tenderly loved, of his wife's taste, ister of Posts and Telegraphs to deoido page in uurlMxikof ox penetiee. U it a slnnd-poin- t him greatly myself more as she mvsnably did Thank her for mo, with her husband His eyes fell on tho ulcture of his wife upon the orectlon of a largo telephono " Hut sh' may come of some eonr-- e, hor- eatil I can thank you lMth m person, which In a certain sense this pleased her, for It ii s!tefui iiiief'' iUtlter a iiiomauious one. j ml mtift ml rid family, that will ho a continual draw-tKic- 1 hope to do so-i- after our return from tho would have hurt her to see nnother taken with surprised nnd tender delight; it was exchange in tho center of Paris, with acii !. ' she r p. list, sHilllag. "to llwl m.tself u such an unexpected and thoughtful atten- commodation for 80,000 subscribers. at 01100 into the tender companionship mountains." lo her" Mrs. Stanford wus ii other iis wed us a wife, on siR'h itbort no by tho llrst wife tion, and ho appreciated it fully. "Do you siHiuny chnngtw you would liko to see all the durk sbad"s In tiin A OKXEn.vi. suspension of payments t but." hikI she leaked in his Timo with lrtnrn. to tntikef" "Mr Falconer likes bright, rich colors, t " How did you get it!"' he asked, gently. " From this " she said, touching the for ono year has been found necessary I will strive lo pm ' srnesteos. " Not iieeasarih ." replied .Mr. Stanfotd. Thoy wore making si formal tour of the tna'Hm. in.vnelf she said, thoiightium. "but ho worthy of the trust you twveshown in me ' "I liavc kuoH n wretchedly poor xsiilo to house, as Isubel hud txjau so wearied and despises fashionable fancy work," and sho locket which Gmcio wore. "I thought wo In tho Argentine Republic to allow the "I uni Mn e uu wi.i.' b sutd, tuueliiatf his laitd over their neher iieigiibors in nitclii smiled nt the peculiarity. "Tho llrst Mrs. would bo a moro gentle and kindly family commercial and financial men to got l.w to her iiiiii. tt wus the llrt sign of u gene and retlni'inenl " Falconor never did any of It. Have you if wo had tne Influence of her sweot face ovor tho results of tho wild speculation in which they have been indulging of " Well, I lMte It may le sn." sinhml .Mr. seen !'' nnd she stopped, fearing that sho with us." i.irfkshe hoi gieii tier, uud she blushed He looked at her gratefully. "Your lato. vld.v had touched on forbidden ground. Stanford "Of coure her life at Mnio. '(iiiu'ie is v rv like her mother." itad Aruot's lias hrougiit her in contact with "Yes," replied Iabol, gontlv, reading thoughts arc beautifully harmonious, as Tun problem of whether kangaroos Hi the rlmruis on Ills! KSpe of wealth and culture, so that shu letoxcd abeHtt her thought; "I have seen it, and it Is very evinced m tho furnishing of this homo can bo acclimated seems to havo boon room," he said, his voice lingering lovingly "Hteh i liaia. ' and I thou you will Matt her lit have some ulisis of style." lovely and touching.'' settled at Tring Park, London, whero rv iloctle and easily miiiiu(isl " " 1 noticed that she used cImiko language, "Theu, ma'am, you have some guide as to on the words; it hud boon five years sinco they aro being successfully raised. Tho She reminds mo of Lilly .Stanford.'' re- mid oxmossed hcrseif remarkably well," had had a home in the fullest senso of Mr Falconer's tast-s,- " replied Mrs. Mont- - he plied IsAbei, "and 1 loved hrr nt llrst sight." suid Lilly. "Much better than Mme Arnot, ford, "only, of course, you would not follow the word, nnd ho was an intensely home-lovin- secret was In letting them run wild, Instead of keeping them in pens, as had I.ill.x is iiMleod u levutilo girl, and if .mmi who in Iter anxiety to bo gunleH oim s slash man that us a model too closely. Mrs. Falconer can train llrnelo to 1m like Iwr. In spirit as the King's Kiiglish cruelly ul times; for "I did not got every thing which I might heretofore been done. alvvuys had blooming plunts in her room, Mil a in looks, I shall be well satisfied To Tin; London Court Journal say: "A but thoy would not bloom for me after she have done to complete it," she said, looking wlien she talks hImhiI jxtlnm huts i il the truth birth was tho cause ol for iwtteru hats, ami other mistnkes equal was gone, and I gavo up trying to care for up at him she, too, bud so longed for a number of leading American ladies aro i r mot er's doalh, and I (oar homo "but 1 thought as wo ca-- h was neg l.v ridiculous. Ymi will visit them while I came endeavoring to make London adopt them there" Tears catno in her honest its l of her for tlutt reason, and it is only am at tho iiiounluii.sf" she sisike, inquirblue eyes us sho snoke, und she wiped them across uny thing particularly appropriate fashions from New York, and negotla-- 1 i f late that I Imvo known muck a'wul her away with the corner of her ample whito for it that it would be pleasant to have ingly room to udd our offerings from time to time; tions aro now going on with a viow to 'lr Motilford has lived with inn many " Ye, 1 supiiotoso," replied Mrs Stanapron. sotting up in Loudon a largo establishcars, uud 1 have trusted the child to her ford, liesitaiitigh. it is our home shrine, you know!" "Mrs. Falconer must have been a rarely tare entirely " "See, papa, hero arc your slippers and ment having that object In view." sweet and loveablo lady," said Isabel, "A little help from you nt the tlrst may "She will iiuturalij. i a little scusjiive Iwjof greul A rumors phenomenon Is reported suid Gracie, bringing the and feelingly. "I do not wonder that dressing-gown,- " to her." sug'etwl Hr utKiut giving her up to the cure of another.' Siunforil, kindh sho was so well beloved." and in- from liatuom, on the shores of tho articles from a little clothes-press- , n lj1 r "It's done and il re' . u,d Isnlwl, tbouKhtfully I mains for lis to uiuko the lust of It, and if frf "Thank ou for saying it." The words terrupting, with a dash of tho prosaic, the Hlack sea. During a complete calm tho "rrulHiblv, ami a little fisirful and jeal-ou can coach her up m sumo of thcottiis formed a new link in the chain of Mrs. scene, which might have become senti sea is said to liavo suddenly receded: ) t f you as a step mother lo her charge, but that women are so particular about, no 14 1.0 ... Moutford's kindly feelings toward the new mental. Isabel had given her this little task I leave it to your good sense, to bo o kind "ir. sr ( iiam.ks nit worm i.ikk wife. "It does you honor, ma'am, to be as her special duty, and she doilghtcd in It from the shore, leaving it bare to a. ilnutit she'll come nut ell rik'ht." Tl) MAKUl ' uud isiusiderute tlmt this diflleulty will ' 'I'eihiips oii mo right." Mrs. Stanford willing to give the lirst wife her place In with a loving child's pleasure, Hitting nbout depth of ten fathoms. The water of the soon be overcome with muttiul reHM't anil replied, more conhnllv than sue hud our hearts. So many ladles that I have him as ho mnde himself comfortable for the port rushed out to sea, tearing many of jc; busy that she had only peeped into the pargofsi-wil- l remaining Mrs Motilford is an spokeu ; she loved to bo looked up lo as au lors audn few of tno known that seemed to think tho first wife evening, hanging his coat upon a hook in the ships from anchorage, nml causing a excellent christian woman, and has oory thority Hi society mutters "If sim is teach with them,. holding chambers. Oracle was should be forgotten out of respect to tho tho closet, which Isubel had placed within great amount of damage. After a sbort fast to the hand of her i luiui on our consideration, uud tho fact of her rench, and putting away tho discarded titno tho sea resumed Us usual lovel. iblo and intelligent It may not be so bad, new mother; she clung to her oven now, second " tier being inv houol(eoH)r dites not detruct if tor all, but w hat a freak !" Foitrv-KiVand her artless affection wus very dear to ' "Oh" no, no, Mrs. Montford." cried Isa- - boots with neatness and precision millions of dollars of capIrom hor worth in tho lrat.1." "What u helpful lutlo maid it Is," said Mr. ital liavo beon Invested in tho btiilding-o-f If people would onlv follow theStaufords the young girl, who felt her motherhood such bel, with earnestness. "I should desptso I luiiu Iihi lately hem au omp'ote ' Surely Fall-one1 cherish such a feeling, and I her head tenderly, us sho myolf could patting proposiHl example, and nuike the best of a resHinsibility tho "new Home" during the last sir myself to feel uny siiperhiriiy to Mrs things in this life, what a exing whirl "Mrs. Alontford and I have lived so quiet nonor.ur raiconor and yourself far more brought her little wicker chair and sat by years. The larger part of this amount. Mnulford on that grnuuil," s.ud Isabel, world of trouble would be of saved, but tho ly we have seen no need for ehiitii'es. hut I than I could, had vou suffered vour love for his side . , quickly "She is mammu's little right hand al- was supplied by mortgage banks on the. most of us mid worn, beating our all tie happv to make auv winch ou mar B0 "wcei a jnuy to give wuy to the claims of ot, Mr ralcouur, allow mo to wings agatttstfiet inevitable, to "And a stranger True, 1 hope to be loved and ready," said Isabel, uffectionutely, und, in- security of the lands and houses. Ito- premajgost " the the suggest Dial .Mia keep Hint fact buried in deed, she spoko tho truth, for she did lean tween ISS'2 and 18S1, when tho building respected by you, ulso, but not at ex" 1 hero is one development of crows' foci and gray which 1 miss .our own bosom." lie siwke, eurnostly. ture I'orhaps this is u distinctly Atncr- - the house,"' she Ideal room "F.very thing in pense of your loyalty to her," and. the mlrs replied rising, upon the little girl, us it source of comfort fever was at its height rents increased is ' while despiKO a tituh ubovcall things, and can trait, and traceable in some degree to rich ami beautiful, and with a few touches she offered her hand impulsively to the und help, in becoming accustomed to her enormously, and aro now much higher would liavo. ou treat our ilepomlents with 13 speit ic pie and other indigestible stuffs; of arrangement, are all that can be desired, housekeeper, who took It 111 11 friendly clasp new position; the child's lips had taken up than In any other Italian city except all kimliiess ami courtosj , still there is no however that may hi-- , wo could prolltalily but the rooms lack tho element of corlncsi which came from the heart, now completely the title of "mamma" very readily, and the Naples. , neeil for them, or society at large, to know ixchauge sound was becoming very sweet to Isabel. somo of our excessive ability for which I should llko to embody in a family won over to her by tho few simple, womanA MAituiAOi: broker is doing an exthul you were not born to u isisttion equul worrying for a little of tho German sitting-room- , ly words. Tho new garments came homo in due in which to spend our eventolhat you now occupy, you limy be a trifle ly, or tho French elasticity, und bo stolid- ings " " I wished to speak to you also 111 regurd tune, and it is not to be denied that their cellent business in llachmut, Russia. a hapawkward ut tlrst in small matters, but pier and 111010 Hgreciihlc Nation "Ihei, j on do not intend to smiiu1 jour to Grucie," sho continued. "I should not owner tried them on with a thrill of grat Anybody coming to Bachmut Is suro to doubtless Mrs Stanford will gladly iost 'This is uur choice, then, Mrs Fal evenings at Mme. As ball and Mrs K'8 bluuieyount all if you felt some natural ifled pleasure; she loved rich and beautiful bo met by this man at his hotel with ou on society points; she is au exsirl in jealousy upon being called upon so unex- things, aud sho enjoyed the glimpso in thi the inquiry: "Sir, do you want to i.iHtlnilf, and so on through .oner'" these things, though 1 must confess I huvo ijognntly-- fThey were stuiiding before two be looked ut her with amused the list!" and pectedly to give the child over to the care of glass of the letlectlon of her- marry?" Tho marriage broker carries ramed pictlues m u pipular interest. paid little iittcutHiu to them myself, as fash self. "Not unless I must," she answered an album full of photographs of people! Trtist's studio; Due, a wonderful piece of If a step mother, and being totally unaccus-tomeions in etiquette change almost frequently, "This Is exceedingly becoming." said Mrs of both sexes who would not mind gettothecaroof children, I do not feel olorlng In the Yeliowstii.-- Tark; the other vou wish me to, I will try to please you, but .s in bonnets " n competent to undertake the charge without Gould, the before mentioned, ting married. On each photograph may "Ah, Mr. Stanford'" uiul tho young 1 sunsut in iheA'ps, 11 are gem. the pur I have had llttlo optiortunlty for reading, your assistance " 1 who hud beon sent with the drosses to inuk be found details concerning tho social wife sights! deeply. " I ftsir she will be pie tips of the me mains, the tops of the and was hoping that you would help me in Sho could not have chosen her words uny needed it was a rich garnet too iiucry with me to do inn a sisterly kind tall tiees, and con the shrubs which selecting iii.ddigosting some of these books ter, nnd Mrs. Moutford's face lighted bet ' velvet, madealterations, up with just enough spark- and financial standing of the person up fringed the brook m tho valley tipped whu h look so tempting to me," and her eyes ness." gratofully. " I will confess, ma'am, that I ling iridescent trimming to relieve its plHie pictured. with huty pink tint from the a magnificent book-cus- c resti "I think you are distressing joursolf whicha gave a bewitching oHect .setting sun, lllletl ti lovingly on books. did feel it," she said, frankly; "any one ness, "and that real lace set is just the with valuable ." The Hare in the Corn. without cause," said Mr. Falconer, kindly. "1 shall bo only too happy to," he replied would with 11 heart. Mrs Falconer, after thing to wear with it '" lsulol bud never had tho privilege of ox j Hejond. in the distance. in a tono of redef; "to tell the truth, societj having the care of the sweet child from hor an airy black luce, looped up in Another, srcising her taste In the selection of e.en-mv- o Uoes by theuray uhh n, every available spot with tiny gold stars And from the far ses-- all pictures before, und she enjoyed tho is a ooiis.untnate 1kii to me, unless takon in which gleamed in nnd out liko firellie. homeopa'htc doses, but I did not wish to pin Conies up ufru) tune, m el oxH)rienee hugely AT 'r The music drilts uij-- me. "You must wenr natural flowers in crimson es, she n'plted, with enthusiasm, "it vou down to my quiet life; now for your And. sure us jou're born, with this," said .Mrs Gould, "either rose- rests my ojos to liKik at It, and I am sure idea of it room." 'Tis a piper lad plaj itij; "1 think 1 hud better Hot tell you," sho buds or fuchsias " Miss Stanford will like lu" "The Huro iu the Corn." n i . A rich white brocade satin combined will' Mr. Falconer said 11 fow wonls to the art- raid, playfully; "Graoie and I will surprise creamy luce was the next, nnd Isabel was How it quickens mr pulvei, ist, uud Hie picture was taken from the you some evening." f. 'p as near being a beauty in it as she would .v He stood biting his lip in gravo indecision That itlting old time, fusel and paid for iJtriitv. u L ever be Aud brings o.icU the time "I think, Mrs. Falconer," ho said at lust .Mr Falconer wutohod his wife ut Mine. When, a merry k"mmiii, "lurplo pansios shull bo my flowers when L 1 V;' Moriiud's with gi eat satisfaction, she gave "ihut there Is such a room 111 the house, but 1 wear I tripped it with I'cirgy this," she suid, hulf in soliloquy, as v5her orders in a quiet, concise manner, und it is never opened except when Mrs. Mont From night mull mora, she stood bj tho glass, whiH skillful Mrs. with tho uir of one who understood hursolf ' ford dusts and cleans it; would you like to And the piper's best yiue was Gould took out 11 stitch heie uud thero w see It!" perfectly, und Knew exactly what she 'The Hare in the Corn." the draper-.- , and looped it moro artistically She looked 111 his face, uud read the truth wanted, in decided contrast to a fussy .H . A HCSVfJ i vj Ah! IVKgy. sweet I'misy, is your lirst wife's room," she said, gont- "Yes, Mrs Falconer,'' sho replied, "thero ri j creature of tho vulgar rich class, who kept "It - .?a--)- Sfr.saE;kws3(. is u harmony between tho sweet pure Tbe stars on tbe one counter 111 11 ferment with her conflict- - ly; "forgive mo for touching 011 a subject Shone never so bright I HHMMIf which I fear has given you pain." flowers and white which all do not recog-- 1 nig orders yjwwi" As j our blue ej cs on me. "No, no, not that," ho said; "the room is nue, to my mind there is nothing so purely Isabel hud often wished that she might luHIIWI Small need of a ribbon very dear to me, und when jou have seen elegant 111 dress as white lace, and this ' have the opportunity of choosing one cosVour looks to udorn. creamy stuff is of such a delicate pattern." tume for herself, without the necessity of it, you will read her character in it.I think." As e JlsKed It so ln;htly , They turned and went silently up the The riding habit came ulo, and fitted counting the dollars spent In its construe- "Tho llre in the Corn." 11 door which ho reverently uii- lit IiWi1. beautifully. Isabel hud u fine form and JVltKoH lion, and now with the prospect of half a stairs to backward und sideways, Tas then an advance. carriage, and was capable of great improve "miw. F.MX'osrn, this is miis .MoxTronn." dozen before her and 110 limits us to ex- - locked, and thev entered. And ment under the truusformingtoucn of dress, "THEN" Mt AM, 101 HIVE MiWh CI HIE."' "At least I would advise you not to read (wiise, she mude out her programme ut nsIt was a revelation of a pure, sweet mind, Like a feather you Moated everywhere tho cyo met light und deli und the durk navy blue of her habit was Along la tbe dance; llus chapter in your excriouco until you heme, carefully studying her own needs and cato things; pink und whito were tho main birth, but I feel relieved ami gratified to very becoming, as well us the hat, with its Mylo to a nicety We'd never a riddle, como toit, und, by tho way, that reminds I colors used in Its adornment; tho walls were find that you are likely to be a wise and long, drooping feather, which reached So Mute or a bora. who took her measure The me that I wish you to go out with mo und nearly lo her shoulder and mingled grace Just the piper lud plajlag select u present for Lilly and Ralph as soon und ordeis perceived nt once that her cus- tinted pink, with a cornice of ivory white; kind motherto my durling " tho "Tho Hare la the Corn." " I certainly deslro to be," replied Isabel, fully with her curls, which sho wore hublt- asjouarcsuftlrienil, resteil.iind you hud bet- tomer was a lady of artistic tastes, and filmywindows wero curtained In delicate satin ribter pay Mme Morntid a visit also, und have waited iixm her with pleased alacrity. bons; laco, looped back with pink her favor-H- earnestly; sho seems a remurkably sweet ually now, us Mr. Falconer liked to see Kaltb! then was the day a smull bookcase filled with little girl, and does credit to your training." them. your wardrobe icplenishcd, us I wish to "What would she think if she knew that only I'd walk many a mile books ; a cabinet organ stood In a corner, "A suitable length of time in which to "I'm obliged to you for your good opinlust week 1 stood behind tho counter also," havcyou appear suitably clothed from tho for the touch of your hand with un open book on tho rack ; dainty, rest- ion. Mrs, Falconer," replied tho good dress is a luxury in Itself." said Isabel, as And the light of your smile; llrst." Ho Pkik out a and gave her wus Isabel's inward comment, und sho con- ful chairs, ornamented with laces and pink woman, with gratitude; "sho's the very she stood before her mirror brushing her Sure a queen or a jirinces u thousand dollars, more money than she trived before she went to speak 11 word of ribbons, stood about in unstudied positions, copy of her dour mother, ma'am; to bo sure hair, aud recalled Mme. Arnot's, whero the You'd put tbem to scorn had ever seen ut ottco before, saying! kindness to tho woman, whoso tired face as if the As I faced you when dancing " I'leaso remember thero is no need for lighted up with pleasure us sho replied there. owner had but just placed them sho has her little pets and nuughtics, tho tired girls were obliged to bo on duty at "Tiie Hare In the Corn." same as uny child; but love, ma'am, will such an hour, under ull circumstances. "I economy, and if there is not stiftlcieut, ask gratefully. A Iittlo round table stood by a window; a conquerher where punishment would break thiuk, dear niadum, if you uro expecting to Harvev Faloonorobserved the Iittlo transfor more without hesitation' Hut alas for us both I with Its laco draper- lier little heart Her pa was so broken j see me behind your counter again in one For jou faded from lght She thanked Inm gracefully and quietly; action, und said exultingly to himself: "A wicker sowing-chaiAnd the ghost of my youth she was iudied dropping into her new true lady, every inch of her; my Intuitions ies, stood closo besido It, and on the table down by his sorrow that he didn't seem to yeur. or ever again, you uro doomed to dist, was 11 fragilo hap-- 1 remember much that he hud a Iittlo child, appointment," and she luughed a low, a Walks beside mt pliero of luxury with ease ami dignity, und huvo not betrujed me." And tbe faint echoes o'er me " lliivo you ever learned to ridel" ho 'kerchief lay besido It, just as the owner until of late, und tho little creature has py iittlo laugh, ns sho pinned back her curls no one would have luiouu fioin bur manSound sad and forlorn with a silver arrow which Grai.io had given , said, as they were once more seated Id had laid It down, and in tho basket a little pined for lovo umazingly." ner that In tliotisauil-dollu- r quanTis a piper lad playing " Let us hope that we can bring hor up to her the tiuybefoie. chemise for tho Infant visitor expected tities win not an ovur day nfTair in her past ,.ieir carrluge. "Tbe Hare In the Cora." "Will you ride this moruliig!" Mrs. Fal- Not since J was a child and rode bare- - by tho young wife, the luce half sewn CO, u happy, as well as a useful, maturity," life. -- Ernest McOuffuy, in Arknw Tt&t1 I 'i ISABEL From Shop Mansion. I 3 y y o mat-rtinm- iy i s, con-truste- ' ,' ( ss. o, rdf e l nrr k n i. g - ' br ' 1 iis-tfu- sin-.ere- ly "eiT r riJiA lyff S1 , I K .... .r,---, -- i . 1 I well-dresse- d d shop-woma- ' i -- 11 til ji S' u ..j u, ' 'Aj - ' ihEiwmm t,t y ' 1 . Vywki Mtfffii '&a-i- ' 'J' m-- Ill ' '?SrrW ' fc ' ' ' shop-womi- in o bill-boo- ' r, work-baske- lace-triram- pin-mon- jjifcllfo- - ..W sSfti-eiJ- w tJ'..'u!K .tJAt!tifc.tiAfc,iS . , . . ; J wU,i.aa- - tfVlA.MI-- . ii s ,v4t. faUjju.cAjt! . lta !T1BT?n" , n,,,i wpfy1'1 p if o" y.a,' , ly-f- i j Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal May 9. 181)0 THE THE I'ANCY SADDLE STALLION', STOCK LYTEKKSTS. ANIMALS FARMER Stanford, Ky. I THAT IT PAYS THE BEST TO KEEP. Maple Shade Stock Farm. E. P. FAULCONER. Wallace Denmark; Foaled Mh 1, 1A79, is aruh MahKony buy, tt hands high, heavv mane and lad, i striitly lute and fain ; is both a natural and pleasant idill r, nrceils lancy and wlien quietly driven in harness II is high tail style on both noes like a irotler sitlps In llir llilril i?elirralttn is lint Itetl bv tbor- loughbred on both ldrs, msking liiui very active and sprighil) in itait; in lorm anl hnuli a perfect mmlel He was tired bv Sunipirr Denmark, he h) (MMldard' Denmark, he hy (iaine A Ctom-we- ll' Di'iininrk he bv the rate Imr.e, Denmark hr hv litio llcderfora Hi tir.t dam wnircd bv Sir Wall ire, he bj '1'wlhHiiter' Sir Wallace he l .sir Albert, (thoroughbred) fd dam bv Vlr- dam of iijruiiu l) Iranbv. ihnrounh-red- i hr hv the celebrated Mao s Whipp, l dam a Whipp mare Regular Wilkes! Dark hay tA hand high, weight i.joo pounds Foaled June, iSS II V CLAY VVILKKS. p LyOeorse Wtlfctss he by Hvwlyk't llamble-- e tnian First dam by Regular: he bv Volunteer Regular Wilkes is a line gaiteil hortea will le found in the Wilkes family He has never been handled for speed hut can vei) fast He will make the season of 1IV1 at my hnme tw Hides from iluslonvillt ea Dantllle pike al t W. F WALTON. riie I'ruelimiHtloii of Secretary of Agriculture Husk In Reference to tlie. Trnn-portiitl- FavilcoziQr, Boyle County, Xontuolry. Abdallali Itlaiiibrino 3715 Statr, K B? IB 1. life I'rincep has 14 in the 1 w lit; dum I'rimmse. nncofthe Breatet brood mare in the t'nited b Ali'T.imlfr' Ahdallah IIA KI.OCK bn horse 7 j cars old, tjk hand Ha I case J otic ol the sta'des at Pence .V Farm The government regulations taking prehigh. comMCtl) built, trong lione, sure fan I set$10 to Insure a Living Colt. track and will run a general Sire f Geneva S ? 10'$, Hettie June cautions against the infection of Texas ter and imtted o era lull) track Intt Kail in a Keller V old. M.ntiell cattle fever went into eireet .March 13 (Itiinine S . toli. Soto a iH. Fffie Thornton i is and m eape.t him to trut close to t to this Fall .'in ret inied mi oil till the servlie m.iiity is Breaking and Training Stable. and continue until Dec. 1. Hisprndiue are larRe and fine, and like lirank) pail M irrsgrared n ternt N. Tlie terri- and the dam of Charleton 1 17, Lady tia 1 ?s he willmake a imMtctiMOH our Kd mates in pmisi'nlitv I'tjn deal, .if eivapt ; 3', SijfnmmeNuao..e thl sot I Ion. He h had sufficient expe rtence to make him an tory quarantined hy Secretaiy Husk is WtlUcinont a , Wawona f LAND. J I elrphone J 40 anil other inree 01 expert m the business alio his rates will bevcrv The real value in hi pcditre reu in the fart Mori land, k record were made 111 in 1(88, the remaining ten tbat he represents horse of individual merit, reasonable One him a share of ur patronage as follows: All thnt country lvlng south an J east of a lino were made in 1SS9. hoe ancratiirs on hoth tides wetv both star per II V AL ONT i ismitnoncing on the Mississippi river at latilormer slit producer ol hore that could ro the route and grt the maney and llitveiuck s coll San ol Walla.e Henmnrk aVive. 1st dam bv Miltude 3) degu IWinlti north, thence, naming westdam LVD, the dam of Lady Majelira 1 5 by from cewd innre will do liken 1U. ler's Denmark, hrhv the rate horse Denmnn ; hi ward on that parallel of latitude, being the noMli- Mron Chief 4445 sire of Ma?)ae 1 so, aand the l dam Montgomrrj'st Miter; 3d n ern boundary of Missouri, to the lxmtid- dam of Altamont a J6!,, Uid) Majolica 25; b) $50, Money Duo whon Mnro Proves daml'lonse, Drtmuon.b I'mn is a tine hspcd Inirtc lull bpilbi r tn lbllm-ldam hv Old dam of l.ambrel pa er, miming; north-warLIVE-- ?, SALS AND FEED STASL, tiry or Indian t.'rritoi, blark with heavy mane and tail, mv li.iiid luh j1, as a obi with ForI. to the southern liountUry of Kniwi., thenoo 3 dam rANMh dam ot Dolly, dam of Director and is a natural taddler and ha proveH himtell a 1 NFH I.I) ll ire of 17, I'horndule 1 jJJ, Onward 1 $? westward along said boundary nf Kansas to tho fancy brtetcr. STANFORD, KY. 1 8, Joht. F l'ane t ,V Hoil j lttMh inondian of longitude, I be above stock will make the season of 5 southward at lteord 1 sj.aiel sire of llobln 14' , Sloneculier b ln Kranklm, son of Hairac, sou f Kear Pa.nell ,jn a in I ! dam of Refereiiee i along said iuth meridian of longitude to the mv farm i mile from llunionville. nearCarpen-te- r' 11586. SPECIAL ATTEST ION' to COMMKUCIAl. Ac. Hen Franklin's dam by Jhnons s 1. naiilu, station, and will b permitted to servo mare Copperbollom. jd dam by SaxWeuuer, sou of dam by llrlrwmi. Mrv of 31 i. the lM ami grai.d Horses and mules bought and old southern boundary of Childress county. In Texas. traveler by the insurance. SIRED 1IY I'ALADINK 49, tbt"ais westward along the southern iKiiiml.iri of Sir Arih, si'li of Imp. Diomid Mte of 60 horsesaiid vehicles used in livery the counties of Childress. Hnll. Only , joi, mm m 6 in the Iwt and Abdnllah Slnmbnno Rises nice hore qualities dam by Kric- sRrlcs Swisher. lly llambletonian 10, damby American Star ) gniiHlsirrnrg Castro and Tanner to the eastern boundary of to the colt that he has produced 1 hey are heads, with dam I'OCHAHONTXS, by American Clay extreme speed. courage and level Tom tdamb) Vmmmim IllarV llMwk 3Iejcico (tire stand hard training No KnaeM, rvsswtl 1 y, ky Rysdyk' I lambb Ionian, in the to hi iW, ! :ew cattle are to lie trans'torted from the stamini to grown Into popularity more horse in by C of the dams of a, r,ireof 1llie lln, g of 10 In No rapidly At Clay, Jr Kentucky hat dam dam Julias Miuhree. by )es4jr s Amen an Star f mares has . y) the region within tho nlnive boundary than he has and with the tame cla Rnllifht will make tlie sw nf rtv at W". DENMARK LKXELL, ii Mock Ffu, fi m,n ra.t of Nh.lbv Oty. at Ifo breed horse with (lire of the ANN, bv Alexander except under the special regulations laid gainedsuch nototicty. etc, then wanta to Abdalluh t dam MARVdam of Jerome Fddy t Attdalhihis, Son of Wallace Denmark, a Iwmlviw- -i Alahogonv bay i..J, bond high, foaled In 1885 Favunia clad conttilution iron rnlt.el Rv Abdallah Glencoe, trial a 30 v, he by Joe down hy the bureau of animal industry. Mamhrinc He is also a jrrwit dam producer aadj 1 1, etc k of llambletonian 10 tine ie and of royal blood, will he used privately. $15 to Insure a Mare with Foal. sireof 3 in iolit; he by St Elmo 130: tome da will be a noted prepotent sire. Sin. k committed lo My care and breeding will I'ODIS'E i a eal drow 11, 3 ears iJ. isl. he by Alexander's Abdallah; he by Hnmbletoniari These rules are for the guidance, of railhand, tine t)le, linndmicly proporilanesl Md recotve m teronal attention l,ras fumltbed I i" W r McM'l r Shei' Glettcoc't dam by illic I). (Rdyk's Abdallah Glencoe by Dioinede. b) road companies, and refer particularly to Cut k llamblelMtnan-Star-t'lat moualilerle to be paid Inrbelore removal of ttry prumising He combines the SlOO, With Return Privlloffo. bv Foreigner by Imp harked b) Altsamler AbvLitHh toxk N ir nsibin for aci ideuU recape the cleansing and disinfecting of cars Messenger Joe AlHlull.ih's dam by Mambrino and makes and should prfxluce great pecl nml remarkable Parting with no k forfeit insurant and the keeping of the southern beeves in AlctJenger. endMrancc J si Kit K CAItPKN I LR HI decendanis ur certaM I prove seanrti due IHI. tO.MIIIMCD si M.I lnN, Victor Abdullah's dam ranny Ramey, hy Henboth iifMin the truck rnsd in the stud trainspot tatioti away from contact with jrat, 5131. ry a8. lire of 10 trotter and producing Jam. rsntiv's dam Pus, by Nicholas, by Hanson, by other cattle. The regulations do not ap$20 to Insure. SIRED II V l'RI.NC K I" S "536. Park's Highlander bv Hunts Highlander (im- ply to animals taken into or through l'u dam by Imp .Messenger. ported in 1837I II) Woodford Mambrino 'iitf ,.. fl.n. I.lllv Dale 2 U. bv Hunt's Com Colorado for feeding purjoes under the dam LOTTIE 1 8, by llambletonian 10 (ire of ill nal." till-- s. ioe d 189. ai mv Telephone to all point Maros bred en .he modore. Commodoie out of Elira Jenkins l Ian ml. tii 1, laws of that state. the d ms of trinket 1 14, bv I'ruit cps, Cenevn shares a specialty. .Mares gnuod at 30c per week, I. r.l t J. I he ia on or American Kchpc, he by Duracli, out uj Miller's bv l'riiueps, iireenlahder t ig' by l'nti-ee- s, cash, fio.t.1 care taken of slock, necreiary itiisK remancs mat the losses a igH, Princeton 1 19K. b Princeps, Ijirt 3 li.m.l hv Ilinmedo. dam bv Imp Messenger .,,,, but at essner'-risMambrino, j ii Male bred to my stork and then bred te Henry'. .Ire $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt, ,,01 theril Cattle from Contact with by Princeps Mock, the monev due Chief, site ol l.aus, inoni,.c other bv Mambniio Mares hred anu dam of Etilc Dean 3 3S, Ixttie J sb) parted vvitn forfeit the iuturanie. y 1 dam Alollie Victor Abdallah will make the sCaon of 1800 at infected southern tlllllllllls, or from Sound and all r . St ill not be allowed lo bv Ix'iig- Island Illacl: Hawk n.rtiord 3 jS ire I have a good trnik and have secured the farm mile from Stanford at Ji .the season and, fwte, nirs op ,n.inl,rej J,as become a tervi mares that are not regular hroeders Monev ci.f of Prince 2 J4V, &c . i;randire of so with recuo cesofSNin Colbnrn ind I. P. firay, loth rata of standard when ihe oil ae, mate sold or transferred Hathaw with 16 experience, who will be pleased in- matter of .serious concern to ords below 1 v. and Green's to bardie voir ben will h held all colt until paid for 'a 30 performer. $15 to Insure a Mare with Foal. dustry of the United States. the cattle Ihe .i r rlrgamly bred horvr. will Mrike the tok for mhi Descilktloti ai Pnligite -- Harrtton Chief Irsire ol dam of llambletoseason ! I jo at "M iples, two uule from I 3 d.im by lltllfounder Imported registered Ilerksbirelingsi for sale a led sorrel , iiunU ,. hand H J DVRSr, Stanford, Ky. inches in bcigKi on Manford nian 10 where the) will W found is year old Send for card of exjelided pedit-reC etc. Iht tpriuc. bat big tail and mane II- -! 3 Seagull 4 dam bj at an) time read) l erte mare. A The Jersey Cow. spondeme solicited. Ilsrrison Chier, he bv Clark Chlel, the tr' stf I adv I'horHc 1 in The illustration is a picture of the faHi dam Lute, the dam AKIIll It sIMs, ..,i Hanker s be dum of Harrison Chief, Ir , mous hl Jersey cow, Ida of St. Im-liert's- , bv a sou at w allow' AlamhriHo he out ir mar Hy Gen Knox, record a .14, with 14 In c last to the most noted cow over in Amcr- and so in 1) iks lien Kasv by srsaon hs .Mesaader's Abdjllah, d iiau, by Minextrv, by old c:, ,la matle a hutter record of thirty llertt, 141. dam Daughlcrof Arthur Sim' itt Hill, hebyLen.ft.ir, id dam bv Miawhiu t lorn - tiri'sellt srasoll at tnv pluCt' 3 mile Will mitr lhHall 4tb dam !. dam, Lady Arthur, i b llourtwrn Chief, sire ! on the Richmond pike and will jHiunus two ami a unit ounces 111 seven Crmket, east of Lancaster I Three-Yea- r Ijdy Maud s se and maH) other mk! ones and is Crusader tth dam by Ilalcorn, lh dam b Well. Old Record j be permitted to serve mares at Mv fine lack. William I. vie. black with mealv days. out f Lilly Arthur, tbontughbird He at a hand Mr v II Wilson ef Cyntbiana. Kv .sold a lion .4 v, hand hitb sireJ by L)le' Imp. Jac Standard some bny itt, hand high and ha proven himself rtmibtnrd geiv'ing, a full brother of Harrison t hi and out of atpleiidid jeniiet willmake the season a Hue breeder Will stand at to Insure a Living Colt, $10 Hrovvn Horse, 16 hand, foaled May, iMc , fur ii.tov. also teld iwomhers at 5i,o Mr the Danville and Jr ofl8oatm) stable between Abe Keaakrr -.- 1.1 another ro Lined geliiing Im I Alonev due when ihe cott sucks. StRED HY KIKNXI, $20 by the Insurance. $fss . o vu an --p the breed if tint hot-pikesat Stanford and Danville and it m re a beautiful bay , 16 hands ommv Wilkes, J r , (Full btsMhtr to King Rinse a jeAf siNiaht after ibai. any nher stallion a tn- -t ' im, action heuer pn - lhar ,ov other ttalbnn Liviag Colt. hih and has splendid tle andhes. he byHe was, $8 to Insure a seat ttf Assaant dam by Aim out Prtel . Harry i V. WDOl IK, sired by Letcher's Tommy nh- Wilkes, record a 13V4; he by George Wilkes, rec- Mare parted with t tfeat insurant e and mne Hy Mesr.ifio'itin, ime of the lct bred mhi ol ' Alt s, leu,!,, ord 1 , the ureatest tire of all millions oung s,( , m ,1 ,, 1 dim hy Uarrard (htel. sue ol Raatl lstke 9 I. It. KM.Lh.MAN fails di Ktslyk s llambletonian, aaving for his dam First dam bv old Stonewall Jackson, the sireof (iresr P.agle Bolter' sire at ed item ol Hvaiynth Hv I damb) oluntrer. second dam Clara ine than any other stallion more good saddle horses Lady Davis s 11s, dam of Dexlei and DictaKtr, Ihe tire of' 17 His dam was known by everybody in Kentucky ! Dues. ten- 1 17; phallat j s and Jar Ke sec as the old Win. Lusk mare. 4 dam b) Copperbosuim, sire ttf dam ttf Haul Duke e illi.inv U'ekh..ire j let dam Lady Wrlrh 'y good lor the service ill the coll ttands K of Prince Imperial 1 ti and Jeremiak t I I' CONN. nl j Will avl 1(9, h. irjiiin Wy it h, , PENCE is a horse of gnat natural speed, ha mg dam an inbred Wagoner mare 'I hi horse on 'otd. al made a record of t t third heat at 3 year old and tains 41 percent ol the old hetse K)d)k' ' hi it ne mark ot hit No. 10. the founder of the grralrst trot pril .14th overatert slow track Ha) stallion, 16 hand h'gb foaied seooh iS3G. Hit dam by l,ray lagle, "I dam by Cop- - speed, a he ha shown tnal in 1 it and quartm tlug fumilt the world has ever knun, courslag $10 to Insure a Living Colt. w Inch t a rale of s ! itrrotigb hit veuit from 4 diifcreut ihauaels vi rv hand erbottom, Ac He wat sired by .MtssengerC hief, in 41 second, IDA OF ST. LAMBF.RTS. ,,, Monet due when ihe cnli It foaled or the n t a lin.ifaJ Messenger Chiet, sire 01 Maud Messenger uim, ?,til lC4 l,L. i.i.l idfl.r Kvtilvk llambletonian, volunteer, Metruw4ila Sr SO OF 1S00 Wo have in America, in Colorado, a Jr., bj parted with low; il nam Jennie timo 1 to, ja nam uy number of mare will be worked for a fat rnord ' aad William Welsh foigle Denmark i a beautiful seal blown with V Iau-le- r vvtll make I lie vtfon r. II. KIN. live German haron who has come to this Mambrino Atettcncer . td dam bv Mambrino Chief. j With the blood nf Haiiiblctotuan. Mambrino The follow 111.: named slullions good mane-Uil, j hands j Imcssm high w, ir b leinpctt; Chief, Pilot, J r, and Edwin ol Danville. K) and a great aihdam at my farm, miles south-e-.icountry and engaged in the line stock 6tli dam by Imp. Napoleon, Jth dam tears oi 101 spring, Ha never bee bin,' eil by liger; 7111 cam ny uarnanj s 1110 an indivnlual a lie I he thotilil make a great more than t w w.ekt, but he It full ol gaits sn,l IHFIAM sADDI.I SI'AIIION, sea-o- n of itua at the hrecding husiuesri. His name is Haron mcde;Sthdam by Cannon's Whip, nth dam by stiHkhortc. Willmake ihe the best pre per I lnr a preduter el saddle and Karris Messenger Chief ol Pence W. B. von Kichthofeu. lie is buying hhtpp Paragon, istdam bjr Mambrinowa sired by stableof Stanford,A Kj , at at their track i' tnilet tombired hursts in this pailul Ihe Slate Messenger Wett Abdallah Pilot He vtasiired by On Time, he hvStcmeitall In a all the cattle or the Stolfe 1'ogis St. ?d dam by MamLrino Chief, Ac He tired Maud ashing tost Denmtik. be by Ilia, c wi, be h Full bnther to Geneva S 1 19 and Miltie II , Lambert family that he can get his Alestenger - 16V,, bel ii'J' .Marvel35,1 it; Man- $30 to Insure a Mare in Foal, Denmark trial in Robert It, record a '41 ,ut 1 5 ear. ning 1 mm al Atetander't Nnrman ttdambt hands on. Hereafter he will make the 1 lit. and other fat ones. MAMBRINO 1337 Hv AHDALLAH Mares parted with forfeit uistiran e Mares kept Will make the teatsili of iaVat our tlable i mile I el dam one of the bsrsi road mares ever in t . a l;i .1 . .....11.. .Vl.vn.lwr1. ATnlsl dam r'll.i lbikiiibv Old Octunxm breeding of this family a specialty. from Milledgeville, I incoln countv. Kv , on the tral Kentucky at reasonable rate, but pu respotisibilitv fores by Avanl's Ahue the sire of He cape or bv Afambrino Chief ,lah:itdam lllandiiia j dam Miillie Winlie.v Stanford and Milledgeville pike, at aciident so.) The success of the baron hits been so sired Pickard a iS'4. Red Jim and others 1 lo1, and Nora O William Sin.-eil- t Alexander' bdallah Itire of Rvdk' Ham AWallah Mann rmiiby Almoin good that he has already a number of these r Lady M ijulica 2 i$t by llrovvn bletoman, $20 to Insure a Marc in Foal, In in theseuedtfree v a, wiH And ruyal brelm o of Dexter 17)') tired Goldsmith t dam Lvd dnm d lUHlostsysM alHift lnsiliduns cows that have yielded two and n half Maid a 14: sire Edsall riy,ho in turn sired Major Chief, mre beaulv KhI at brertJei teeea- -i to none sen.l Or $n by Ihe ium, a dam Fanny by lien Franklin. to three pounds of hutter a day. One of aRobert McGregor 1 17, sire of Ronnie Mcl.rugor mares siheee Ibey wilt be renserly tared r )sur W irm i6i,,.Vc, Ac 3 dam Name bv Sax Monev due when mare C. I SANDIDUr oil parted with Mares W ill oe permitted t these i.s the third best Jersey cow nonserve , or i mares t St. Elmo, record 2 jo, was sired by Mexander't graced or leJ at reasonable prices Aul ic.pon- living. Her name is Mr. Knickerbocker Abdallah, clain taid to be b) Imp Rcllfounder.Ac. , , . w, iihlr lor umv nrrlilrnl .hiMiliI mir rsru, Terms. $40 for the Season, dam of Mambrino Chief, Ihe Gilt Kdge is a beautilul red sorrel, rlaty neel- land she has a record of thirty tine pounds Alestenger Chief, Jrthe sireof great econd I'horne $10 to Insure a lalVing trOlt. Lady sired the and tail it hand i Inches nigh; wat failed privilege- - to mares not proving With usual n turn and three ounces of butter in seven days. a 184 and Mambrino Patchei.; who in turn sired King Huckden i a bright bav without any w hue 6, isse, and it a perlect saddK- horse. London a .x,i( and 13 others inijo Gill Edge wa "bowed la.t seamn as a i of tine ar Undoubtedly if you want butler tho and also siretl the dams of Guy Wikc 1 and belter it ijWIiandt high, hae mane ami 134; "ar-o- Hon and is a natural saddle horse old and took Ihe tweettttake nremmm at h. Jersey is your cow. Wilkes 1 i3 and the darus of 15 otner with SMITH, st4ii lar He it b siKer King, the great premium bntte. title and llanville and ih hit invarieg at llarrout record of a 1 and better gfanl Imp. Huckden m) Idle lo ' He will Haul the season of i&i at our stable il dara b) I'd data by Kilmorc. dam by Dennv'v burg Those who want lo breed look l at our bone SIRF.D HY C. I' CLAY - 18 Drennon. Filmorc was a ttalbofl are eurdiallv invited to llav slalbon, bla.k pumts, iv'i haiulshiii, f near Turnersvillc at the Wltke.l Hunk. great ht w hore in hi dav He was by Mon- and sec him move. , i 1"" Sue-- l b pctoLv, ,.., MreiNt T. 1). A. Cockerell. Wet Mountain valtgomery's Whip and out of a more bv .Frank, thorHe was sired by Second Jewel, he bv Cunning Dam the dam ol IJumineS O'Neal j JJ'V int link i!l,.ir tm by utd Watbincten Denmark to Insure a Living Colt. oughbred Daisy I , ,,.. King 1'Ho.kt trial iv. Ma ham's Jewel, be $10 j it, ley, writes in Toledo Farm: "I am Hi hisl dam Minnie, by .McDonald'. Ilaborn, rv l.ou. C F. Clav bv (...HUin. dum Soprano, dam of 3 0 ,e.l trial PENCE. k FAR R is, Stanford o and live inoir tl m that at this day Mich a wicked con- - a d lam bv Wells Crneader his it dam bv sit,Bc have thow ii trial. ..f t ,o or IkIici all in la. I sea ill j to lit. j lielow 1 i4;'graud dam Abbe,dum of J r.A H G GOV Kit wall Jurksou, he hy Ws.liiNglon Denmark, be hv ton, whith 1. certainly wnnderful for v year ol 2 to llt 9 deinnation of hawks should appear, to-- I Clra'nville will be limited to len iippmiisl ,,-- -1 Iliac. Denmark, his first dait ny I rusadei, lie h) ' lallton with Inuilrd euboituaine by t.eo U,L-- , gether with an appeal for a bountx. Dr. s Old hip, id dam a Rocky Mountain marr attheverv low pi Ice of ire of Hsrtv Wilte Gu Wilkr, MiN MADISON SANHIDi.K J l)V, Red U like rr of l'ne, e U tikes i 14', jlurnam. or tho department of agriculMuledgevilb. Ky William I sireol Attell 3 year j reconl mi $50 for the Season, ture, has given statistic-- , of the food of lor Siol ex. an, . ib iiv ,,,r,e that slan I, (siaudaitl Ri le ' ) at ii,eou the season the principal kinds of hawks, and fiom privileges its above. With the same itvo First dam Una lane dam ol M vud Atessenger these and the independent testimony of Mares froir ail'st.iuce kept on grass at j by Genih llrceie, sire of Perl t id, . am 1 ii'i I Ins Hotting and combined sUllion will make1 .it niiK'iiuble mouth I lav ind rain if of Pearl Medium 1 3J (S.C the prevent season at Dr. P. W logan it in lies but not other witnesses any one can a cideiil PaiDstukin to uvoid rate Second dam Kilty Rivers Idam nf Heme Girl, 4 Iliack sulliou, 164 hand high, foaled 1M1. bieo ol Milledgeville on turnpike road leading to that hawks in general kill far more mice liable slmul I .mv ociur )earolJ record J on slow track) b by A. Goldsmith, (Image county, New ork letamlrr s A W SMITH Danville Kt and other no.ioiisaniuials than is recom- Mal.ford. AUUllah, ite of Goid.Hlilh Maid j 14, Roalilid Siretsl b) C nstelar tote. Description and Pedlgrft Waterloo is ttand-- ) Record pnl . lm 1 latum. it dam Woburti Maid, by Woburu u pense for tlie few fowls orsin.ill birds ard bred, bkvek. 17 band high, weigh 1, .so lbs , ii,, A dam bvIlelmoat, Ac irc f the din ol I hud Red Jacket I'be dam of Carv tjyt) sure foal niaKiulicent ttjle and action and it ll II VKOl D. ire ol M.u.l ., ord 1 in.J Keatiukt WUke a si1', and the --r null iGinvi.i they deatru.i. In any case I think a getter; his progeny combining tpetla and first-- I sad (dam by a Mambnaor, horte end .ri more in the i 10 list. SoSii;Vi, Lwsie Uilkr. J',, laiura Helle bounty would Ihj a wa.st of public class saddle iiualitie. He ha a re rd of 1 ao. 3d dam by .Mambrino Mesntier, I irtt dam olaade dam nf uba, it ord v ns, J j?",, (utnbal sire i Hranijn ui,l U illiamt is bj Ricbeheii, he Utttslar, 106J by Volunteer. f, sire Mawbrmo Chief, Jul money, in tin present wish it would be byHe.Mambrino Paymaster, byhe by .Mambrino; he j ten a uVi, etc ; 1st dam Alia Nodus, .1bvSt.HamH f Print r W,ltrs,,,i4 sosj) Had Wilkes (.ir under Rule 6, 7 and 3 IIKI.MilSl.tm of NuiwchhI, a i'V,. Standard he ' Phil fbosapson a io's; At mond, soa ol Potter's Clay ; j& dam Weir's Star a dam ouag Portu. a useless ai.d criminal waste. Of coiir.se by Imp. Mesteiier ti, nifsbn R Morgita man HY PRETENDI MndeMy First dam Helm mare by Hay Dam of Voltaire a toV sire at Heasemcr a nsi.', there are mjiiio hawks that may hu use- Ilarpinus, he by Hambletoiiian , Metscner; he by daamf Artillery 14.i'al'tj, and Hen rand a so, by Fourth dam an extra last inasn. .npp.,,1 1. Aincrtran Star, jldam by be by Imp. MeSon of Dictator and Winona by Almont Uatn of Abdallah and Messenger blood. fully killed naint'iy. Cooper r. hawk ami ssenger, jd dam Ited llird by Cannon Whip, he Woburn Ji, bv Ilambletimtan, !; 1st dam Dam of Portion i it. (sire atreiMinneetsu ewd j 17. I13 Uncewtiod otd of llytaen. I'elo.ky sftj, by (Senega Wilkes s as, hr.t istitam I ance-- s .. by lllackburn' Whip he by Imp. Whip, he by Miss Loole, by lelegrauh ,oi , jntl dam, the Dam of Childe llarolu, two mile record in ling- - Fannie dam of .Nellie O'.Vral son of Hambioiasnaii, ohhi the sharp shinned hawk. t'ooer's hawk dam ol Geo. Cooley, by I'riday dun lv Herni, 3d dam a thoroughbred tS, tn.d land 304 Lady Ruckufellerby Au Katie Jackson 4 has imdeniabh a liking for chickens mare bv Imp fliomi tie. Hay Messengers dam trial 1 V al years obi, Grr, Kd Harlow will tand at my stable, jlf (mi let Grand dam of Coauaught tire a! Ckatnote yic tar. ail dam Ray Charity. InaJat yean old t to and s tstber lli.r was out of a full blooded Messenger mare and by from Stanford mi the new White Oak and Dia Hut those are exceptions. Tlie spanow by llambletonian Grand eiumoi Yuba .;'. could ttol thtse t. jo by Iron's Cadmus, ire Imp Rockingham River I urepikc, near Ditddcrar. Mill By AtAAIHRINO C R . tie ot Lady Thorne by Kib-- in Forrest. d dass Miss Stevens haw k is a pure benefactor and lives alPocahontas a 17W. (tt Richelieu was the trout fishionabl) bred trot . . .by Mambrino Chief ret ord s iH'V ,ii daui I'ii It Steven MltrrK WII.KKH will make the ting horse in America and the winner of more 1 ami most entirely on mice and iiihciit. Ha Richmond, sire ol lit, record . Dam Portia, by KOItlll CK. Suo at mv place S mile, from Maiiford K KenAt $10 to Insure a Living Colt. t Damby WHIPP. have found ils stomach crammed full of premiums and purse than any other hors in irc of dam of Si Clou I, record j 11 Ruth Rrant h pike at tucky. Note - Lancet, brown wilh right front heel '1 and grasshoppers." Waterloo's dam by Holm's Yorkshire: he by The above record i no measure of his speed; hit left hind wstcrn white, fouled May at, Imp Yorkshire; dam by Wti.iger' Iteialiaitr, wo expect blm lo go under so this I'wl. to Insure a Mare in Foal, I will abui give a to premium for the is a handsome anil very stylish colt, high finished 2d dam by Kossuth ; td dam tlie noted roun mare bcl mare V A ZOO will make the season on larm ,tf W $25 Muscle himI limit. In Dnifl Horse. power, his le",s and feet r and with greii owned bv J Helm and afterward hy N. I. Lets. colt and f7.se tor the best horse eoit ol Kd liar S HumeA Co., Silter Creek, Ky..the mile frosn Moaey due when the fait are good. His action it, open and trappy and hi low's gat tone shown in Stanford the first .Monday, Richmond on the Lancaster turnpike, I ascertained or mite Mr. J. Critchlow, in The National Water ko will stand at Pretender t last, showed a breeding excellent paiteu with. In October,, Cll s Dl NN I. Also my nung jai k, Stockman, I'lttsburg, says: quarter in 3s second nd is by Dictator, sire nt t $15 to Insure a Living Colt, average ttued is greater than any I rotters whose "We may personally admire and pie JOE EMBREE, three ired by ether tUUinns His dum i Well fer a clean pair of smooth geldings I will also stand at the time plai c my fine Jack, bred daughter of I am eivoi d, ton ol Hamblelo s Ills oldest cults arc coming two v will serve a few good maret at J8 to inture a lit v.ilunhlc hore weighing .5,000 to 3,'JOO pounds, and man, and hi hr tild make .1 tcr) Will grate mares at lo cent per day and will nig colt. Joe it a red jack, i yrartidd the 11th 01 . will ttand He i.i.t October, lie it iii, hand high nnd of flue lake all possible i are, but are net rcsiHMtsible fur woith in I'lttsburg today from to Standard tyle and action. Ilred bv Pevton hmbree.of I. in accident or escapes $(J00, but if we can pioducea team weighT s III RNAM CO tie coin county, and ha a double cross of Jim Porter At Ten M..11CV a Living Coll 531U Ha) stallion, hind ancles white, ftuled in ing a,400 to a.OOH) pounds thev can handily weaning I' insurew licit mare it parted Willi due at A lien retained on mi all colts till the season It tune or He is is... si. ed by .Messenger Hrecc full brother lo Maud hn disposed of at 700 to $SW, for the a brown jack vvilhvvhitt point 1. i jeart old in June paid. .Money due whenCthe i oil cumes or marc ,viucHger 2 io). SPOON A OR K, urtfd with. and lull i)f hand high He was sired by Aiken's Kir.tilam Lady .Messenger nearly full iier to simple ht.inforil, Ky that the demand is for 3 jm he by King Phillip 1st ilain Hl.ick .Maud Alis.enger 1 10),) by Abdalfali .Messenger muscular weight and bone, regardless of Satin Jennet, the wat sired by King Phillip; ad site of llu Price horse, trial 1 o, and other go,! ciam uy ,xiorecaiie, ne u Jim rorter, I nis jack ones s bauds high extra Mat bono and silky feather. If. has proven himself a fmehrceder A number of his Has tall. ,11 foal- -, in t r I will stand at my stable Second dam V.u: Jane Mam of Aland Alexen at M, Kitituv the - ol line style and well then, we aie raising draft horses for tolts have sold fer lioo at weaning timet weighs pounds, ttavor ol two Horst un three Jack gtrj i6S4 by Gentlo Hrecse, ire ol l'Mirl j 10. Money g.uteil tr It i foaled or cIhiii of l'r.irl Medium a a; market, this demand is to lx consulted, with due when tnc ll!inoiicj i paid mare parted Lien rcUinol 'I bird dam Kilt t SIHFD Jt MLsSKNGI.R t II V 1S.5, by and the horses bred from River dam nf Heme Girl that by theii 8 P W LOGAN. Owner. Ai'dallan ruia by Mexander's Abdallah, tire al Gnldtmiili Itlack Stallion 15V. Hand High, ru.ilttt 1IS7. First dum own sister to (Jen GerrgeH I hoin-- I breeding and individual merit indicate .Mind 1 14 llovalind a jiW. oc , , , I lioimis. record . ji iiy .xiain , . sire ot Sctut ..... ....- , Fourth dan by Red Jacket sire of the dam 01 SIRKD IIV LM.K W1LKKS 4S38. imiiic.hiu iiiusuuiarueveiopilieilt, brlno Metscnger; M dam by Mambrino Chlel, id II) Gill's rrnioiit. the pedigree of dam unknown. Kentucky W'llke a all), and the second dams of t 13 1110 dam by Imp N.iptdeori: 4th d.liii by 'I cinpest, tth ' fll. r.iignsiiiuen learneiitj.ee 3 ears since, So So 2 17M, Lizzie Wilket a ni, Laura llelle tins istdam Kate, by Gill's Vermont 104. clam by Tiger. .th dam by Darunliy's Dlumisle: ' and have 18 and j ;K, CoBit.it sire of Drown William, been handsomely paid for if, jd dam Iliack Kmily, by Helm's Yorkshire. ythilamby Cannon's Whipp- 8th dim by Sbipp's ltd'.) Red Wilkes (sire of Prime Wilket a 1,1. 3d dam Little Kmilv, by Wagner and the sooner we 'catch on' the better I'.iragon. Phil I lionipsnn 1 16V,, Ac) by Comet, ton nf Si.er Standard , No iio;j dam Kmily Speed, hy Imp Levlaiithan. 4th I R 'S M ESS ENG F R C 1 KlHy Dr P W Logan's Waterloo that ha a record man Morgan. for our MK'ketlMKiks." by P.icolet jth dam by Vermont, Jr. dam .... I llth dam evtr.i futt mare, Ljle Wilkis 46,51, tire of Danville Wilkus, 1:1; nil an and Is standard bred. See pedigree ol Abdalluh uncianAlostenger blood siiikisciI 10 he f hy Imp Scythian il.eiii j Pins voting roadsttr t.illioti is an inbred Gold a jq;s, Kouali i.aoK, .Maine by Honner s.tu. . nilietWiUua Logan' Waterlooit d.iui by Levi Hubble' old Alesvenger llreeac. by Messenger Chief, sire of . Gray Kagle . lam. llreeilinj; fur lleef. aterkx), Jr s lust I oaled in April, i &S 7 Is bav, full loliatiJ,. Lulu Wilkes 1 28. trial 1 it, b George ...b OiKtntt's Telegraph Stniicvvnll lackinii .Maud Messenger 1 iliij, K.ithrniie S. j of, Col 4 dam .... Of course I discard the scrubby, or needv mid unexcelled In style, .ictioti. finish and .. A. s .is .1 hand high dark bay Hradslmw over Reuben Vermont, Jr , by ermoiii. tianritv uncr mi ao,, Abel 2 14JJ, 8, Jake disposition dum Kricsson a. 10k Hie "eiinyioal" kinds, and deal only with I nil brother lo Kstelle lri.il 1 ni, ("online, - ' brniu Chief II , 3d 519, 1 the dam ol 69 pcrforlilcrslll rino breederis nf good horte lor nil purposeand 1 2u, Dam 2itlia Jane, diiin of .Marvel Mctvcnger ami enger Chief, Sr , nruilticeil followinu" M.unl Aland ot Genre e Wilkes u will stand at 2 ii; iiessie jijiji, grades and mi re bred of IIIIV of the year old trial 3 nnd Moulrose, the speed v and a '30, more than any stallion sire i&ij. Abe .-. S, Marvel i Mesengera llvit.g or dead by II ..w i Vbdallah Mestciigei by M. a 30, Gil a JOS, premium colt 01 llainiltoiuaii 10, breeds of our country that are now 4400 (by Golddust . s.reil Uy CiRa.oli tolddutl by Henry Clay 8sireof 41 pcrlormcrs in j 30, dam $6 to Insure a Mare in Foal. ol Muud Messenger a 16!,. Aleeuger Chief, sue - 3!s. kathenne s . j5. Messenger Girl j to by Vermont Morgan.) Clew- ijo, I Letts: t ll. hinge, bv Mestengcr a.3i irJt dam Susie b) bentinel a g4 sireol Von found on almost eerv farm. Prettv er related to MaudS a oSfi and Johnston at Gill's Vermont 104 sire of llonnur Hov in, A mini Messenger Chief Jr , is the sire of x'annie H . ic,4, Viv.iudicre anl full brdher to old stal- - Iliack Maria 3 mile iccord 7 33. the dams of 'I he first U alerloo, Jr . it a very dark brown, or black, For tiie breeding of cattle for profit, I than any other ttn'lion the as 2 Will blue ribbon hovvcil tti times and. won linn to trot in public a fat King ' ',, tl'at sold for big price. Count Wilkes fine mane and tail, compactly formed, full 10 Volunteer, sire al St. Jullen inK.c Second at: tire of Cizar - ihe hn st snow mare in dam Kilt) Rivers Igrauil dam of Maud .Messenger would select dams of high gratle, good, ette, dam of Rosalind Wilkes the fattest mare of a."3, ii.imneitu vt ime j A rselley u i 'in, hand inch high, hue sty In mid action and u fine Rue says he thinks be l Alexander's Abdallah Kentucky Third dam by Ihe Wilkes famtl), record iVtl Whirlwind a 24, Abet 1 Col HraJshaw 1 4o4, and scvcruloth-e- r producer of combined horse, perfectly kml in a 1M4 Messenger Ctilei, Ir , will make the teisun ol heavy Inine, large, well tlevelojied Ixxiies uf Golddust a isS, Kstelle r vt in the 1 30 list , bv Dowm vif's Vermont son of tlitposiiiiiu and a ore foal getter Wilt stand at Keel IJikit, by Comet son of Slieriiian .Morgan KINDKF.D hat ft crnstea on short legs, and of a kind and gentle iRyl it Huinbleuuiian, 4 ot Dam Florence dam of Kstelle a Jl4, by Golden Iliack Hawk t. 1st Jam by ll.iriU' Columbus, Mambrino Chief ( of .Morgan. 1 ol son e SI AR WILKKs it line .ailed and as $15 to Insure a Living Colt. disjosition. .Such dams 1 would mate Mingo Chief, the 1ofvGaff Comet Morgan $8 to Insure a Mare in Foal. Pilot, Jr , tire of llie dam ot Aland S.Pilot ,inJa)nf peiforiimrshaveu strong 2084 Over too nt a colt us jou can hud in the Wilkes family. Itve-.sewith a pure bred sire, having a good to, Kc He has more crosses than anv Gtilddiitt and .Morgan Mood id.o h.'Ve He has nevir been handled lor speed, but will other horse to Mfiuil Messenger a Also three good vonnx or titan any Dorset Golddust will make the present seuson al trot fast when handled. He will mtku th season pedigree, combined with indi idual merit uther hnrte hnsitin 2 if(4 irotler my Two Very Fine Mulo my a liroad, straight hack, large bone, pileplace bj miles from Stanford on Hiittouville of 1S90 at pike place 3 miles from Stanford on tliu rsimireil win make tlie season of 100 at ni) Danville at at JACKS ALL WELL BRED, plr.ee at Which I will stind Ht S10 to insure .1 v.ng mil compix't.. body, 601 . on straight, short legs. . . - ...,. ...v .. n l.u ..ll..l.u ,,.!...! An ..',. .,., .(III. .... ... ....... VC'irn wltnil h.iiid .,,it cv.. ...n ate Fwo 2 years old past, at $0. and lieu 1011 ,.i,i-in.nu' ...... u.ax... M.unn nnrl ntetj, ne old at a Living Colt. $20 to, Insure $15 to Insure a Mare in Foal, $ci .seninn tie wncn con lotiieu. ready for biisiiiesH, and a profiUble busi-e,nTiieaim.e boroan.l will make the p,, Lien retained 011 nil colt for the season monev season at my f.iratw'o mtli South ot Sian- - iieM, too, notwithstanding the low priceB Atarc kept 011 reatonnblu term. Personal a Money due when colt i foiled; lien rttained 01, Mares kept em reasonable term, but no liability j Mancy due when the f,,et is Ascertained or mare f'k given, liut nut rcsptintibleforacculcnls. ford K y , f3pr.es., Hbe the nriirtOnt for ivrnf rattle O A. I.ACKKY Stun'ord, Ky. coll. ,w. ..vv.c...- . , 16 t.n.3. dl.-vW- , Stanford Ky ( iKir.ru wmi. Al. s. IIAUGHAIAN, .Stanford F. REID. S 7 am Vt'endeH. C. L. CROW of .Siiiltliivrietorii Cuttle Ilf-forts to stump Out Texas Cuttle Cover. i3. ren''le V yr TO.II KOHINSOX, I. IIRUCE, 1 I' Reilijlit 5322, d tlu-ne- tilt-tic- tina I'ocliuc j',, 1 first-cla- ss Itor-os- of Victor AMallah 1 Wallaco atSI5; atSIO i'i. crs ut Ilavelok lt. Arthur Sims, 3041, 'Harrison Chief, Jr., -- 1 k. III-m- - Wyandotte, 5526, V 1 r e. r- -r Tommy Wilkes. Jr. "William Lylo. t-- 1 PE3STCE. f y,, j I J M.-ckl- !. c 1 1 , I e- 1 ' 3. S-over'- Messenger. - ii, Eagle $, Denmark ,i 1 1, "ic:: mu, 1 it ti-- .i 1 -t Quinine S., 11048, 1 ii; GILT EDGE! . KUTG BTJCKDB1T 1 -- V 1 . -- - I l- -il. GMBVU.LE ;;::breeze , wilkesi , n, mir-pritt- 4 111 WATERLOO. ffl ltl , 1 Barlow, 2375. , I 1 'li-i- rnl t YAZOO, 11799. -i, LA2J0BT, 7871. . . lit '70 1 n -- Rich-iro.i- 1 S, 1 1 1 1 7, !' iniiM-nU- !, Al $40 to Insure. ear-old- Dollars to Insure STEVE WALKER, )OKr3IDBIUj), .t 1 . Messenger Chief, Jr.! 1 1 re-tso- King-Willia- 2 Horses and 3 Jacks 1 m STAR WILKES. REtTIlEN VERMONT, ""i ') .- 1 - Horsey Golddust; WATERLOO, JR., 1 1 1 1 1 fc ,' '', 1 -- hand-som- 1 e Jacks, I j t, .t ..Jlj S- nt $15 to Insure )L.vinjj Colt. 11 1 ten-tie- n ; t 'wunfes jssss. & ..4tpJ 1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal ' Laiiiks, hero's your chance. Two Wiiit.K out limiting Tuesday Charley u eligible gentlemen to marry and (;r,.,. killol a black snake :. feet long. are open to proposals. Both live in Stan-- , Fiiesii supply of d paints. ono is a widower and the other a ' MEANS BUSINESS. Durability nml miulitv uuaranteed to be bacliolor, but both are young and tender. i,jav, It. McKobcrts. imhiktii'h tiarJcn S'cd-- frcsii antl Hrst - clas. Letters can be addressed in care of this IVhieh dws she do, live to eat or ent A Xormal Institute of six weeks will begin at IJ. l'enny. genuine. A. paper and all communications will be lo livo? vV knw ,a(ly wf ,ms eat,.n Watches ami jewelry repaired and! H. C. Biiaii.i:y, of llurrodshurg, lieateihrnconlidi-nHalnothing for 20 yours but one biscuit writes that lie lias on hand about 1,000 warranted. A. It. Penny, An ()li NKwsrAiuut. In rumaging made of Graham flour and a glassof milk Thk bent place to buy drugs, patent worth of work and needs a number of medicines and toilet urtiilcs is at A. K. L,,d ,,rii.nti.rs II,. ulll iv..' kimulv around his lioino tlie other day Mr. three times a day. Ptunv's. Mrs. Gianville Cecil will leave in a James 1. Bailey found a copy of the! work and good wages. CONDL'CTT.D 1IY- Ui'Y your school book?, ink, tablets. , few days for Indianapolis to ruinain a Journal, "printed and pub-aper, pencils and school supplies oi an, i c mis from A. u. nuinv. ii.wk line oi nice iiiuiuoiy, wiucu llshed by l'rontico Woissinger" and fow months. Mis. C. has not been well G I invite the ladies of McKinnoy and vi- bearing date Feb. 17, 1S1K. The then ' this winter and thinks a change will do Of the Southern Kentucky Normal Institute. cinity to eull and examine before pur-- . approaching constitutional convention is ' her good. Miss Fannie Koehustur, who PERSONAL POINTS. . ... chasing elsuwliure. Thanking the pub- - discussed at length in tho paper, while lias been visiting Miss Jean liright for a All the Common School branches will be reviewed, giving special atMl;. W. M. (irkii went to lie for their kind patronagu in the pant, the leading editorial is tilled with ex-- j while, lias returned to hor home in 'J i N'lay. tention to those subjects necessary to prepare teachers I solicit a continuance ot tho same Mrs. pressions of regret that Gov. Crittenden Bow ling Green. Miss Naxxii: Kvin. of tiarriinl, is for the most rigid examination. M. V. Tabler. Kev. K. II. l'caice, pastor of the had declined President Taylor's leipiest siting 3Irs. Thomas Kiehards. The daily Drills in Calisthenics, Elocution, Penmanship and Methods .Ma UK Haiiiiin gives uoticu in another that he become his Secretary of Mute. .Muthodist church at this place, lias oll'ur-eMis Claim Aiimstkono, of Shelby resignation to the church. Itev. of Teaching will be of Special Value. his column that he will adopt the cash sys-- I The president was on a visit at the time ( itv, is with Miss Mon tie llarris. Mil. J. M. Ibirt it, of (ilasgow, is visit- - tern on and after next Monday. If all to Frankfort and hud taken occasion to P.'s health has been failing for some Tuition, payable in advance, $5. Private boarding $2.25 per week. our merchants would follow suit it would further urge tho acceptance of the ap- time and he is not strong enough physit her mother, Mrs. N A. Tyroe. Club boarding about Si. 50 per week. KiMiuiiK, of Somerset, is! be the best for them and also their ens pointment on tho governor, who had ically to have charge of a church. The Mn. .!. No new text books will be required except those furnished by Prin' totners, at least who buy with the boon warmly recommended to the presi church will secure, as soon as possible, tl e guest of Mrs. Judge J. W. Alcorn. cipal free of charge. Pupils will have access to the Seminary Library, dent by every whig member of the legis- wiiib one to take his place. Mix l. in I.kw is is Imck from Flori-- ' intention of Mying. Globes, charts and ''r- - Lee Huffman, of Lexington, which contains many valuable works of reference. lature. In another column Mr. Prentice ' .i. wnere sue nas neen school Tin: Passenger and Ticket Agents are acknowledges the receipt of a hat from sMt Sunday here. The doctor is much other aids will be used in the class rooms. Ma. F. I.. Thompson, one of our good going to take an exclusion to Middles- - P. S. Harbor & References; Our pupils and patrons. W. K. SHAW, Principal, Co., who sent a note pleased with his new home. It L. il Vitrtinn tinfrmiu unt linn. WltlblftK , jboroontlie 17lh, with a programme Until May 15, 356 E. Market st., Louisville. London, with the gift, saying that it wa ter is in Mt. Sterling, where he is being ' Mn.T.J.IWnihas been choen ,0 ' which promises to make it one of the tho second hat of the kind that had loft treated for a cancel, which is giving him m'vhl " tho house, the other being presented to much pain and uneasiness. Mr. Win. s .per.ntend the Boiler Mills till .lay of Chicago, Kansus ( ity, M. Louis and oth- - Gen. Taylor. An article on the ,,.1 Louis. Moroland has moved his family to your K,V.' .T..h.'...i: went to Hnirodsburgi r Htk's wi" w re.reM.nted. ville Library urges subscriptions to it county. Joe Coney will occupy the and says: "There are but few institu-- ' house on Main btieet from which he y. stenlay on businchs connected with Mitsiis. ItooTH A llrrriiiMO.v, s insuranee agency. the Louisville Savincs. Loan k tions in the city of Louisville of which moved. It was my intention to sell cxclushcly for cash when I went into the James Tracy is laying a foundation tlirongli to, Huilding Coinpanv, am Imro for tho pur- - our citixens have just reasons to feel a Mn. A. M. Kixvaiid . . . . proud as of their library. It contains for a new business and dwelling house general Grocery and Hardware business in Stanford, but by crediting I imaster ye.stertlay iroin a visit to tne wso of organi.inga branch of tho bui-iH!a few my books now show that I have considerable money out. Re1.' IL'H rity of Middlesboro. The plan of the compauv is out over.000 volumes, embracing a large on Main street. Much excitement and proportion of the standard works of the curiosity was indulged in Saturday even lieving it will be far more satisfactory to the purchaser and to myself M. Smith, the clever rpr-- h of the best we have seen, which the Mn. 1oiiik I can sell goods at a much lower figure, have dentative of Moorw tV "sUirk, jwper deal-- i will explain to those who maybe highest authority in the various depart- - ing when the workmen came across an and knowing that incuts of knowledge. These woiks too iron safe in cleaning out tho old collar, cided to start Monday, May 12th. to do a STRICTLY CASH BUSm, Louisville, was here yetcrday. inlumti!. are generally the finest editions that Kverybody was curious to know what it INESS. By selling for cash we incur no bad debts and our loss will MinMKri l It Ghikttij anil W. It. Fin. Mr. S. 11. Hrce, the clover ical have been issued. Wo do not believe might contain. It was broken into and consequently be nothing, thus giving the cash buyer the benefit of.it i iniv are spending the week with Mis. estate doaliT tit Middloslwro, kindly that, ti.e consideied, there is a better found to contain not one cent in money least 5 or 10 per cent, that would otherwise have to be added to make ' M l'elaiiil at her country homo. The or anything ele. It was buried beneath up for the profit and loss account. I ask only a trial to convinc cone Mn. II. M. I'mi.uh and wife, of ln- - senile the followins. The Marshal iV library in the I'nited States." ( ster. are simiiiliiign few days witli her! Wxon Htitj' stable, of tills jilaie, burn- - inaikct quotations show that theio is the ruins in a tire which destroyed the and all and trust that I may be extended that opportunity to make ' Wednesday luoruing and Z horses not a grout deal oi dilleioiico between business portion of the town about .'!0 good what I sav. tarents. Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Gaines. - out of W were consumed in the lire the prices then and now. years ago. M vc.t.ii: Doiin, MinMissus JuesiK V,..mi.k!,.s nmt Anna Siimire. of I neir eimro iock oi imjpkios Willi liar me When tho Mills bill was on its passMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. hl wasalso burn- .auMlle, wero the guests of Mrs. Col. age in the House, the democratic majoried. Ixnk alxint f.t(00, fullv insureil. i!.;i The marriage of Miys Lily Itosecran. ty permitted three months of debate. i u leitrou . rHW. 1RS JOll.N Mu, ,M,VT,,0 m.iul,HJrhoHl of daughter of lien. J'osoeraus, to Gov. The McKinley bill came up Wednesday . it,-.I.wI.hI with ripuiilne frnlu Highland and Kinwrillo are bivlncrnii. Toole, of Montana, was quietly solemn-ixm- l and debate is to be choked oil by tho reMiiiplek'forousisvorT largo ami beau-- ' at Washington Wednesday. t,oble with mad dogs. No- publican majority at the end of two l fullv formed. Thoiiip-dCooper has not issued a weeks. Speaker Heed will count a quohas Iwen bitten yet but seveml loly Mn Dun Itiuni.r.v, of llurrodsbitrg, narrow escapes have taken place. A marriage license for over a month and I have secured one of the windows and a portion of Stagg & tum. t..ent a few days at home. He ws yoiuit' man itametl Sims was attacked a fearful that lovers have overlooked him, store and will be ready at all times to repair Watches, Clocks i .iiipanitsl bv Messrs. Howling ami few days ago nml hail to resort to the ho desires it to be stated that he can N KV A I) VKRTI S Kit EMS and Jewelry. With about 15 years' experience, 9 of which I have K.4 kney, of liivitle. t nee of his knife to save himself still be found at the old stand ready toj had in Stanford, 1 think I am sufficiently versed in that line to offer I went to Mt. Ster- - and Mr. Alex Ikistin would have been at iseiie the necessary permits for the usual It. Cawn-h-my services to do the finest of work. A share of your patronage is wnere ne win mw w oi! ycMeniay, Uie mercv of an infuriated cur had he fee in such cases made and provided. respectfully asked. My stock ol Jewelry will arrive within the next oi the .I.tna Iiimihimw Compa- - 0lftwlrwl the UlIRly IIM. o( , ax. ...terrbtii Miss l.ir.ie Cook, aged 21, and Mr. I am Receiving Fresh Goods week, when I cordially invite an examination of it. n fir a couple of weeks. Wm. Litoial, UO, wero married Wednefc' Tin: First National Itsnk has liouglit dnv in W K. V minon, Hsu , went to I.xlng d '""i: a" .tieni r iu int. bride's minors, 't vl"0 '"'v. MlLUNKR"i ih Ii will pyN"vlne Ehin you to . RNc t n Wednesday. Ho wys Gov. McCrea-- out Supt. W. X. Potts' interest in the Itev. Strother Cook, Sr., who performed nw a .nii t fm pun iwwher M s LOCAX, Huvtoiivillf. T.y 16 rv will enter tho nice tor tunator and get Stanford Itoller Mills and that gentle- - tho common v. Ihe oungiiuly wasveiv man will retire from its management, (if- c.imiid about it ami said she would never as he usually does. iiere, Misshh Xannib Kknnbdy and Katie ter placing it on a good footinir and let the tlrst chance pass, and it seems two handsome young ladies of unetrntfiis: tlmt it is n paying institution klllM lllllll't ... ' The ttockhoUicri oi the Crab Orchard nd Ot- Oab drcfiard, wer in town Toesly, Tho llank uKcs la'k the ;12,'K). it m-- t Miss Patty .McGehee, of Como, Miss, unhem Tumpitc will n.t mt tm ll.rns llnu cently sold him ami jfives him 70 leiiLs who atton.1,,1 College here for M. O'hVyan. ruest oMIik W. couple of on the dollar for hie other stock of pent Mk L. M serous, win lie iiiuritiMi on tho MU ;o rmumg ytr W II JIII.LHK. Frcilot r Mr. Potts will take a real for Mr. Phil Pointer, Jr. Her schoolmates l.'xn-o- n bm return Irooi ' awkilo and will probably not go in- Vu jolnel Ida iritie at and nthor friends bore have received Is Receiving His be Loui-- v !.. Jorkoy Club's tfable. He neas bafore nest fall. send happy groeUtiMe and s ho will uoam iron; unruix ire incero congratulations In return. MiiK I Kami ,11 ntl.p for al prni-- l m It baa been cold enough aeveral day M mf I i.i' i reineiulwrexl as a ntrikiny 'Id l.cwi'. pi' iiifot.l I'll e. n? ir the in Dm rl t;. Ki.tr, and Uiia warm for frost, but owin? to tho Pattic will be Lncitr 112 Acforunning uaii " it irc.cl, h.i- aon ! n vn H. IIci.hh, the 12 year-ol- d It clouda, none mine till yesterday, when a beauty of derided southern type and AH containing .i.l tliu lan.l it ri ii fin if nf lit Goods Warranted an 1 .1 Perfect Fit Guar.mteeJ. m.J Give him a call. f Mm. lulia lluahe,of tbia place, waai the pomeaaor of it character as sweet as t,vti..r. cn..ii .i.ir.-nat t.ii tn, .... .I..., ,l ...;. aITh ii lw Mn Utmm, pretty heavy ono nhowed up, and which " kv her face and Insure, were beautiful. l.n.l About the first of the year Mis Lu-' to K"""'" Paddle '" ..! k. ttwsil ,.tm Ihn luaail ammuiV iw- -- ' HII altar them ol May. A thia locality ra Adams, of I'reacheraville, this county, .. -. Iroat gonr v k..uL.i - o.. any ootoea on a vteit to Warren, Ark. We , hmve g(1()eJ nrm .,,",.. j , , . , aoominia umo m mo year went hoard Uiat i wlmhia voiy rretlitalilu prwluo- she had married, but iy iify '"'""'. rir-- I. .v t i rni.uts on nim hailn't - ettiiy and I'MUaoM tinHardener to do bis liort t notic in thi r tmn - u i ng iKtte from her. bearing nmircanu " monh., ' in ' heavy hail fell Wedwork over nun in. abile " V l k tlato of May 4th, is pretty mwaeatlve of iiiuirm rooiiM wera viaited by all nesday and the clnada wore qaile a Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall mi !hmi (Miper waa' being printwl that fact: ".Mr. Walton: Plenw send mv appearance. Yeatenlay wae clear Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, 'i. prefty (lWre teachoni ami Iwarding paper to tint brie. I.T., and change tho. i i MARRY A. EVANs, i. U waa a veritable ray ol nan- - and warm aud it bopwl tbal winter addreaa to Mrs. B. II. Conn. Very reJewelry and Silverware. over now. o into th dingy hole, which editor-ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, spectfully, Ijtum Ad urns Conn." Mi nd prenpnien thocounhly on- I irmU-rConn in a native of Rockcastle and u very Thk report m beiug circulated by S1ANMIRI), K d. either icnorautly or with ly- clever and worthy gentleman, whoshowb The Best Railroad ing intent, that the jail is all the time remaikahly trood judgment in selootiiit; Engineering and SurveyingS in CITY AND VICINITY. all branches. tilled with pemoiis who aro at the ex so attractive and excellent a lady for his .Ml ms I .mini has many friends in Prescriptions Care I m Prompt Attention inr the Walter A pense of tho county boardinx out line-- t wife till fur drunkenness in Stanford. Lincoln, who wish her much present jo on imposed W..,)i liitrvestim. inmliiiies. the (Jim report had it that 17 me now in jufl ami a long life of genuine happiness. In given to Knsrrav I. M Mnico tin- market. - ?FTA l l l 5 fully Compounded li'W.' irafor such linos. Hvinir on the fat of tho which the Ivtkiuok Joins w. very modI iletire to ell my Urm of aSoi t V ret. situmilei nrth of Stntortl on the ated nhout huv in the next :.V , ,, i The ..... iti .i..)ro liro t..lt n ,.,.. estly joins. Wiikvi.- -I wib to ing and Repairing ltush IlraHch iie,opoite theoid cfcurih Thrrt " j BOiih lit jitil nml mn one of them from ..r '.0 days 4,000 bushels of wheat, jre about 50 acrt in whuat and rye; the balance church" affaIrsT" iium awemnc itt tho farm well et in timotriy at all hours, day on or address me at tne Muiiiom noiiei stuufonl ami none foi drunkenness. of four room, and Lilrhen an J a splendid ucn of Watches, Clocks " fenicd. rWewlon cu rn; U well watered nd Mills. T. .1. h'twtor, Supt. HOniOO- A i.nnviiilinn Ol Ki.tiliiiL-Furthermore the books of Jailer Owens , J. For particular. ke .Uvnlmmtimeiy. the nnderaicned at ruiey, buniord, show that all told there have been but 1.'! paths will lie lieltl in Louisville on ttie ' Cincinnati, Ohio and Jewelry. had the chain E WITHERS. Mmisiiai. Ni:wl.vm ...... .... . aud niqdit. for drunkenne.-- s yesterday cloauiuir up the town per.ions incarcerated trains out KlderJ. U. Livingston will preach since Mai eh 7th, the date of the opening Residence For Sale---Bric- k and otherwise improviiiR tho appearance of Watches completely tUmnnctuod in fifteen minutes. tho barrooms and not over three of at Kingsville next Sunday at 11 .v. ii.aiid I no Main ireet, and the In of it. iiie, et B. H. DANKS, Jeweler, thorn live in Stanford. When it is so ami also at night J S WELLS. Ph. G. Prose. Clk. buimek MW Itv.h athe 0l.-- Illk,opio- w. I L Stanford . l!nVSl.E te I'li.. Iv'mitin.L-Twkxty-tw.il. Siiiiiliiv.i.lirnl'r drummers registered at easy to ascertain the fuels in such mat"W. the Myers House Wednesday and it ters, it is almost rnininnl to misrepre- Convention will be held at (ieorgotown M un street, Opp Court House, STAN'FOKU, Ky. August -- ,.- and is. wasn't "a very wood day for drummers sent them. -- The attention of sonio of our preach. either. at Kineuie. Hote) ,roncrtv ,,,HaI mv The last meeting of Lincoln Lodge Xo. , at a at once, erh is called to the fact that II New Hud - Lincoln cuunty, Kyrocmn; bargain if old outbuilu- nil neceoary . d Tun switch engine ran into an open tiO, A.and M., was largely attended by ford, Mass., clergyman .IlllS lUlVertlbCU ' containim 10 open sirue hiVy ,,,.ndid pl.tce to I switch at liowliind Wednesday, tearing both visiting and homo members of the 700 sermons for sale. IIle rhvh thev cox - lt)(; te. ' f K ,u ,h,f. rHVt?IrkTv" makinjr order, ami some interesting work was up the track considerably and Kipgiviiie, Ky er evcrv subicct and are suitable to ev- - iortf kindling wood out of several freight done in the td degree. Worshipful Maslocality and ho wants $1 each. ter tl. U. Hopper called W. M. tieorge eiy cars. , Kev. A. C. Graves, after being con y Miller iiivens, of the Ilustonville Lodge, 12110111; years, QUQw church about Tub directors of the Stanfoid Koller to his seat, where be soon demonstrated uected with tho Sunday ollered his resignation as sell Mills decided yesterday morning to how bright a Mason he is. There were lat ketmert ia liob Lm the entire plant on tho mil of June, half a doen masters and past masters of pastor of the llaptist church nt this . mill has proved visiting lodges present, who occupied place, and preached his farewell sermon county court day. The and it is only sold to seats on the stanl. Among tho visitors hunilay niglit. .Mr. 1 raves resigns ins' Triai .,,. .e..roi J -- red1 v ihocrwtlie a paying institution, . Ui, .(AhX .Wedgrwood.jiw 15N and relieve tho First National Bank, tho wero Bros. Thomas Wherritt. W. 15. Ma charge at this place to take the pastorate r," '.'n" of tlie rliiiri'lii'H nt Cnmnbellsville and .,,.,1 ...... ...... in the . ., hit .... .0 . a.r.. 1... principal share holder, of property it son, Hubert Kinnaird and Jacob Joi ft riendsbip, in Taylor county. Lebanon uf j,r Wet j lms no business to own and would net seph, of Lancaster, who wero over to get Stillldard. ., id Jam full -iter..lrf IJ. .Munrcc 4. Jrt.tiy ltji ... to r.;.. -.in. iZmi Jim have owned it except to secure a debt. tho endorsement of this lodge to their .Monnic. Mrc ui .T'litw. w... I.aily Monrcc 10, Mnnrue Chief 1 18'4, petition for a charter to reopen a Lodge The Wayne county democrats have ! io,j 194. K,n8 Jim 4 anJ io other it' Thk Bir Stone Gap Herald says the at Lancaster, surrendered a few years ago nominated the following ticket: For 'Vl'.LMONT CHIEF I a great horse. Virginia girls, who attend night services was destroyed by county judge, I. X. Shoppurd; for county Harare minetryol form and beauty, anil with w hen their lodge-rooay of k0'"C and hisjrreat hf. c.iy frictionle .it church, have a slate hung up in the tire. Their lodge was formerly one of , attomej', J. C. Saufley; for county clerk, bloodlines, there it no reaon, with vestibule, and register their names, bethis section atnl it is the in- Charles .McConnaghy; for sherill", John great iifhe should not become the equai ui Iu the livest in jnd illuttrious brothers and listers fore entering, so that the young men a re- Duncan; for assessor, John 31. Dodson, Will make the season oi ito at my tables at to be peeping through tention of the members to cause will not Iihvo McKinncj, Ky .at newal of the interest in Masonry there. Jr.; for jailer, A. II. Spiiun; for surveyor, Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furnitnrt dooifi, or waiting till services are over to $30 the Season, Tho The question whether or not Lincoln V. C. Ball; for supt. common schools, if their charmers aro present. and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods bee n Lodge will have a celebration June iMth 3Irs. 3IolIiu Penney; for coroner, Stanford girls might follow Buit profitably Limited to x can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be contill the meeting on the was postponed Wynn; for delegate to constitution- With the usual ttarn privileje. lltlUC mail' to themselvofl and with less annoyance :)d Monday night. ; J, 1. CROW vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. T. S. Mines. al convention, ii to congregation and preacher. K c WALTON, uus. Manager s I z Dinner Sets of 101 pieces nt It old soda water, tho best in the country, at W. B. McKobcrts'. r.- -i dc-ir- DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. i. ready-mixe- i ev. Wiilinin Stanley is conducting n series of uvctings at London, A big trowd is expected in town t,is. Kridav, the lltli, to see John Robin-for,.xi,hit on that H10Wi w)l,,.h w, - -- TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. d, I . j j London, Ky., May 19th, -- i t l V7. E. SHAW and C. V. X.XMJNG, D i i d k.' th-js- - j , tent-mu- g ' j Sal-alon- g . K. " vn V"" I j FOR CASH ONLY 1 rcpre-seuti- 1 pai t ; ' gon-tiem- . ai ' " f.l .., lhl ai-- 1 ihlo TO THE PUBLIC. i Mc-Rober- ts' jHK-ko- LADIES! 1 ... !! 1 ha-m- i: ROBT. FEarZEIi. - dem-lame- s, Turnpike Election. H.g.RUPLEY,- 1 i n Naah-jOlX- I. $tJj&'& i i ! - j ii Farm For Salo. Kl c '"-'- i SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. i . -- N.U.olMt.V.i.intb.lIomeil', rr'y e?ml?,.!t . vLl1tltRy . -i - Ci-.- k, 1 j SLiivory j ' the-follo- V . ii h,t i Stable. i.- i. c Vf , -- H AMP MiN WATCH, Watch. au-e- l- - Farm For Sale. -- i H-- f ilflft i i- t 1 , hn-- o v Cnirt-mar- t. I A-- ' i For Sale or Exchange, B. MoBOBEBTS, . "' SEW FURMTURE STORE! i i fn vlllSI AjAA MAE HITFFMAKTg FIRDF 1 Z7 1 . .. v-. mv . ni iH-i- ns 3- - jk"i goodopjor-tunllics- Har-ma- V . E&5 Tr,zr 0mmumA V Semi-Weekly vfcm4MKWpf'f ftrtiifcftwiigt'wwiTMi'w'''iy'r'awMBt yp,iiy r iwMi npMiJffMi'WlT "ta? V h ml) in II c "Where did you get that hat?" h' Tub mblo upon which Oil vi.rCromwoll Constitutional Cans entien. Young Jersey cow ami calf for sale. heio now. the signed tbo death warrant of Charles I. A. IVyton, Stanford. May !, 1890 V. A. Carson has, like Jonah the sold rocontly to a London antiquary Stanford, Ky., M. V nt 1:1 . 100,000 pounds of wool. Xinevite, elected a booth in fiont of his for S710. A.T. Nunnellev, Stanford. A Daniiuuy lady lias a dros worn by Is a Candidate or Clerknf the (' J irt of Appeals saloon to ward oil' the waim summer subject In the aitton of Oc I),m rjiu party 15. K. Wcoren hold to M. .1. Adams a brido In tho year 1700, that woiglm ICIec.iou Published Every Tuosduy and Friday utfust, i3.ni sun. gelding for S10.". a 'J year-olonly throo ounces. It Is whlto, cut low AT Having adopted the cash system on fAllti Joint Cnsh sold to (Sentry llros., of May 1st, I hereby request all who aie in- in tho neck, sleoveloss, and well preMISS IJOGI.i: S'i J?J21t YKAIt,ty X VaVZS'ClC lioyle, t served. mules at $100. to the nthi 01 u Is a Candidate fur rr rle debted to me te call and settle at once. ''UXrt. aaT mTJiW.l i .zr ,7i A ciTl7:of llawklnsvllle, (la., is tho W'tlntrmlcnt of Common S vi I. Klivt " 1 have two yoko heavy, ho. When not so paid S2.DO will be charged.TS well broke " J. IJ. Hailcy. proud owner of a United States currnnay Nlond.tx in uKt next work cattle for sale. .1. M. Held. The trustees' list3 for this year show note dated September 'Jo, 1778. It U a says he think'? L. M. Ijtsli-a decrease in the numbei of children 80 bill, antt was Issued by tho Congress STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. can and will win the Derhy. I v ' c t' e Mmrl it t j within the school age in neaily all the at Philadelphia. All perftons wislunc a pleasant life and ell A of No. 1 brood mares for districts in this end of the county. Train leaves ltowland at 7 00 a in , returning An nliiioiit completu score of nltaseti wife let hem use Client Mm r madeal l 5:30 p. m sale. Uriah Punn, Huston ville, Ky. "TunuhaiiKir," written by Uluhard Stanford Holler Mill Call for it at )nur groMr. (ieorge Pebordc says that he got have and if in sold to HonryTraylor hasn't wholly abandoned his Piueville Wagner and signed by Mm. has bean dis- cery, 10 keepthey or get not orderit from hand, uric Makn g .urn W. M. It an them them aad ne. ti m. Cintrn' I umn .le CARD. L.&N. LOCAL TIME mt for '0 hogs weighing 14S pound's at .'JJ cents. prospects ami may accept and go jet as covered In tho ruins of the Ztirioli The- let it at lh Mill and will icutraniee a plcasiinl and int ere. line lumily Mi linj.iu I'oinl.. ater, recently burnud. ....t 50 1 rn Chicago. St I niiia. Mai! ttain going North A. T. Xunnelley bought of Kast Knd everybody eke is going there W N TM1 I SutrintcniUltl. 9! " " South. ..1 16pm llulUio, IMrott, Cleitland. A i.kti Kit written by GeorRw Washing . ..1154pm " South .,nd the West, Express train lndianatrli of lT.Vpound hogs at p.utiep n Dr. X P.lairnnd family, after a vein's ton in th yimr 1783, Introducing Win New FrtgUn.!, North. Canada. .337am I 6 30 m "I cents. Lacul Freight North sojourn in this vicinity, removed this itanloy, tho painter, to tlif commander New Sjspm South noted brood mine week to Piueville, which city on account at Georgetown, was hold for seven guinG. A. The Utter trains alsoiarry passengers. llaltntiure. WahlHjt., I'hiludelphi., The above iscalculated on standard time, Solar dropped a horse colt by 0. K. Clay a of its prospective growth, the Pr. thinks ea at Sot Itprhys, Ung. rank fori Ki Iiiicke.t lime time is about jo minutes faster ago. Tin: UrltUli Museum poHosos a colIIU.IMA Sh.rte.i ali.t KlthmiiU. allords a better Held for his work. He In the orpotftte mm I Ho ir J iVmc.e.l line 10 lection of old Greek advertisements of baled Fou Pai.k. Two is elegant a line physician ami an genHAK-- 1 II Kwland printed on leaden plate. Tlio EgyptC. A. BENEDICT & CO., Stantimothy hay. Iloht McAlister, tleman and we wish him the best that ians worn advertisers. Papyriw the "Gateway" town can ailbrd. Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, ford, Ky. lotixoM nun-than three thousand years SMitl Tiain, rtB$at cars, okllit; iar am A. T. Nunnelley has bought in the are liable to err old have been found at ThebcH. As all COi he. Pullman Iknidoir Sleetteri through with TANFORD, KY. HI hanice last week 10,000 pounds of wool at about sometimes in their statements of facts runaway slaves, and ollorlng a re- Lot on Main Street in Stanford tan making via Lhaltan una, llif mini; dam, Men. direii onne.ilon en loute lor Kr Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished at 22 cents. ward for the!. sille, V.he.ille, I.tik the sad pmnit iptutc; and at Pompeii we are not so foolish as to think our3 factory prices. Cont4iriin; 111 it ft .1. 11. Smith, of Gariaid, sold to J. If we were to publish anulont advertIiouieiit, have lieen selves infallible. nil the w Ut. comof Madison, n P. 51 Acres of Land, everything hinted or told to us we mare for SHOO. Al Cliatlanooea foi Ailanta.toliioil.il., bined limits t in a' On hard pike would be constantly in a cauldron of hot Bucklen's Arnica Salve This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and Inn, Cbarlestots, AutitJ, Mainn Munn', stud water. Our aim is to get at the truth David Crockftt, the per Th hum ilu in the wnrW fur cuts, briiism, others not to trespass on our lands without llrtin.i.s, I ate Cit) hoaaasvill a.id I I.Mlli mission, as all such will be prosecuted to the fullt rheum, feser vct-- , sofrs, uker, chaf Also Some Nice Chairs-- 2 Rockers lA asHiits which George II. Kngleman has owned d clulb.jins. all hiu rup lest extent of the law. Signed ith Ihetnl) line it, last and all the time. If we fail, tloas hJ.,poituels ure crptlcs, ord no letter,requir If tli Inn - nt it Hill he f r rent, I tf I'ullmoi KuJ' irruninin mhI trains Cars to hoi ,tnd for years, died of old age Monday. nt I'alai r i'irfMiia' I)r P V LOG N. fsjr t D. V. HOLMES then we are always ready to explain, W I or K. C W nl . full or mf tmii n appl esl. It i euirtnld li irie prtlsjel wtiilkctKH pa.llle t TOSH ADAMS i linitt loi jn iljiivl poirn PHIL1IKKT RICHARD-W VI ION I K Walter IJennett and P.. H. Xealo'h tun. tJ"t rd 1'riv.e per to grr or bai;av S tent or letract. J II. McKINNhY, II V CAINK"? or mste rvlundnt K I'ennr. Kelraa aud ilontinmrr), II n' inle, lie. at ', Unlord. K Mrs. SAMKORP IRWIN, JOHN d MSN, combination sale of horces at Uiclniiond Uev. J. T. Curtis, on hi way from H.renie Men.,.1 - nut It K A ISA, point Mrs AI.ICK Il'CKF.R JOS. IIAI I lit'. to S?00 a head for V the Theological Seminary at Punville to realised from Miottet anil iiun k.t to nni.u Srli'i.i, M Electric Bitters. Ule liirect B. lioii. eud- at M.W tlK L, head. IJarbourvillc, stopped oil' hero a little I I Ss witl,i "I onnill ii lun.r.r for .i Thl reined) i lcccinin so well known ind o iT-who ll.llll, lloti.li Cohen, of Anderson county, bought while Wednesday to see his ld friend, iMtnulisr .is to need in iptnil mention All hiveiwd Kl?vtrie llltlrr inK th Mtnr sanr ol DILLIONS SWITCH, KY. in the Shelby City and Milledgeville sec- 1!. Lee Davis. Mr. Curtis is a promis- praise A purer tnediune dot not exist and It Is TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. hlcctric l climd to cattle at 2 to 2 ing young Presbyterian preacher and ffuarantcid suredo nil ih it o( the l.iscr nU Kid tions :Vl 2 and Dealer In M age of IVm iivtr.u. 00 a of Id all disease o .nl Hitter will Thr hU thfo k In . tVsmt bsiaiMeaB, 0r1 ia prirat.. (l nevs, will rruimc I'insple. Hoik, Salt Ithruotand S' ft r will in the early summer accept the in t rinft tn Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps cents. - cupM-- d W mt ititereat la the llotsH em Ir t other uUeilion mused hs impure hhmd Will will1' o mi .irr t I ilU He drive Malaria irons the sntein nd present . ((.unci ly ralhsl the M Aaapk la Mauad. Ks of a chuich at Manchester. The Ini Penn place, ". miles fiom rt i, iflJ ll It Boots, Shoes. Clothing, Hardware, iml kI. the MrrsiitHrr aswl atstlr M lUrUI I' even I'oracumnl all Paris, of Nacres, sold to Vol Muir for has seen much service in the mission well as cureCtm.lipslion ami Indtgeauon In l'lnw arc. Furniture and a The II.Hiar awaiteisgiMv Iwnai Main e llemlacbe. buataraa. ha a larjs and .Imrablv TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. lis( ui lion sjaurantresl vr Hithr 1. 'tin. fields of .southeastern Kentucky tuul N $100 per Here at private sale Monday. Kntir Hitter Groceries, General Line It it wlriHsaa and is aVianca MS!ttatte litastm s none rrlumlrd I I I'mcJiK anal i per hottU a t te. tbroouh mil Kentuekian. well equipped to do good woik. nlxaitital brick bswMslf f uree e euorn. aith HilornKli n allt on i.ire at lull. II.ni4p ai.d A It I'cnnv'a dnii; tor e Fancy Candies, Crois Ties, &r. (ill rlit fcarwIHsaj;. a irunl Mtar nradilre.. i,,.t,a nMna asm exchange for goods. M)OI I Bros., Kminence, have a Sunday-schoo- l All Icinds of Produce taken has been organized Hornsby IIIXNkW A ami .shir apputteaaiset I lav 1',. ;t eMiiktnri K PoMofTiie, Livingston, K. mare i2 years old and she has ju-- t foaled at Mt. Olivet under the supetintendenc 1) i. HiWAKUS A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. - Kl Cl ItAKMiN t I'M. holm aatl lot la II i"tunllUV. 1. I' A 1 a handsome colt by Indicntoi, who is of Mr. Ollie Trumbull, and one at Sugai It a jui an ordunrj urtp ot wraptnarpa ( HI (I per, but it use J her Ills She IB the faat population MaiiKinl i a proprmu toB illi wery, eed and Sate Siable now 22 venrs old. Giove under the leadership of I Jew J. G tag of crn.iimptlin. tnld bs ph)uian that f . raptdls rssMnK, in a prip, i.hi ihii a he was lai milv.Hei.wilh prsiM t. hx m. S. Weil, of Lexington, purchased last j Livingston, Mr. Hick Collier and oihers. sKewwjhed arable sad i.ul.l onl,'hv a aisuft time u4 Os a piair of pla ! 'it ll. 1. la l a itf.ir' I. ...tumuni-p.ninit than week of Mackin, Hamilton A: Co., .""0 These pious examples should be imitated wrapper wpei she King'- - 'i l ! ) I" i rii. I'Miii. I. in n liirtiu partl tilm. in.,' Ill i ii iiv er, head of fat cattle for $17,000 cash in by every rural neighborhood in the conn-t- v IvHitfhl aand got a Mtiapteheh itle ,her lull! ' juht In usura, d lal,elutt it M iiltriii- I l N... M C hand Lebanon Standaid. botisls a church or school mother and yrcw hettir last, ctxtllnised it which t .t I M v ft 4.r. ,. mi bluiup weight i is now tnm heilthy, n -- The cattle market in Cincinnati is house, that the younger generation may pounds lor fuli.r uart ular end stamp tn W Philndclphia Up. ' Cole, drut,i.t. tori : .1 llmtri'S I.'. hi 41 vcrv t mii.1 nl . iiviuuis.- - !....... iu.piiiiui.il .. .,1. ,1... 1,..- -! thiawoSMUrfiil i)U mrry Maath at rnl ha Baltimore, New York, " . it K,..i, , tree "... ' common to best: hogs are steady at ;i to f jiosi.s and the teachings of Christ. irsvt.re I . i mil , nl 1 t t, I, n. ii.ltl sheep firm at : to (i and lambs (i to 4,, W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. If. tl.an u. 4! Some peisou or per.vius made a " llril ma rittai " I ir ' J line I rd in I It'. !t. LOXDOV, KA , predatory raid on the "stray" penSuinhiy "Death rtdei an erery hreeae ke links pitlsGoad turnouts and saddle hcirses always lor hire fastMail "t.r, It is now settled, so Col. Clark says, night anil relieveilit of 14 vjgrantshoats, lnary ihiwrr ' iaU on reasonable terms London is the most conren rs Haiti M i l(l tin iHir liet m e eun't .cajs hi Rtitn and And lent point on the railroad to reach place in the fiat Proctor Knott and Spokane will which the nuislud under the provi-ion- s Fstt. I Sun I. "u liu ful nuiiMP in the mountain net ion of the i.Ute. Stake, of the town law had lodged therein and tin stuiks upou th iMttiefleid. wh.--r inuttsamH start in the Merchants' Handicap I e nlofd ,i n i , ; am is n n ' 10 pin n ,01 tmglua pn j a distance of lj miles, and a great race is which he intended selling the next ilav. (,a. - f, .m 11 4) pm a Jo ' Win. hester pia Ilea ever Iiiixtfcl!i at the naluce) aHd the cut- " K I JuiHtton expected. The strangest thing alnout the is Mt Starhaf a taeirat. pm 7 Opm io pm dfe CO., A successful breeder says: "I learn-- , ,1,.., ,1... Bi.n.,lq ,.ant found hurh nor In peace nail war, lr nlitbl ami tint, ho' i;ar J". I ill pay a Reward of Fifty Dollars for informat v Hi a t pot , pn, MrfcaJ . ncrlnjj hN nhearm. Hill tion on consul! n of any u lauthourid eil that, as a rule, the best come from the low, underground nor above and nobody j tlie . j j, pm 10 ja pm j jj pin A.hl.ad Ot fair ami tender bU ami bloom a nil m re a ml HUSTONVILLE. KY. bybreedingtogeth-erilO(,'ltclUSMtrz. id 43 pm jo pra jellou leuve.. knows anything about 'em. The conn- Found Cutting Timber or Dam- best; that you cannot " lluniiwziwt ) shm ti of pn. Arc slili in the business and rea Is t. dn any where he liitn tt llajfrr It l parents expect to prod'ice the oilmen aie tearing their shirts, the mar Hut tif all plu l.se llunttHlMi, aging- any Improvements la jo am thing in the I'ndi'tlaWtni; l.tir We have a full xalU ChailerisMi ji am 1,000 foal." stuck of Case ind Knhtt Art LMflott nl all On the following properlj shal is searching fallow fivld and forest, No other pleti-- him so wU a.ui the "aitara oletery description Casketsheatse kind, anil nsarlv larje 7 ji am Our ihiv is ' l.vachburj .... 11 43 am, room" bed. The largest sheep much in the world while posteis oll'ering $2'i reward for 1( I on s ort 111. new an be ohi.iine Mr Cash's, as W The larint.it Highland tno ' aia n.rrss 4' will shov " Chartottrt)le... t ssi pui liiern lias cnarire 01 Haufjh's, IUtin Heirs', is said to be in the counties of Webb and Tim Hutchison's, .,' Wathinflnn is pigs and poacher are nailed up at the Within this d imp ami im.'ul thin.; that uerer our goods ti any onr it nerj y aii. H in out Young, I S ouns's it acre place, V, H. P. " llalilmate pin ... r tliu air i. Kels Diiumett, in Texas. It contains as ma street corners and other public places. ine Win. Long's a m pml Philadelphia. Dentil coniiss wlta lahl ImpMHltj ami mallei hU ' At Cox's (i.tp W. Iliitchlsan's 4oatr farm, ny as 4tX),0tH) acres ami generally pas- " Sew Yolk. ... j. ism' . T) ,ulti,ori.:M determine not to be out " ,larren's timber tracts tin iluck fatal lair; Freeman and K. "' Klihllinad, 'a, 00 pm; L . . i 40 Creel., 307 acres, .lohii I'lirnliiill's. 5i;crcs, Jehu tares SOO.000 sheep. (Mitl'QialCamsatt (i,,ne ami if the parties are apprehended I'h 1I0U1 are deep ".tut chill und droor. Us s , !tuchanan'. to .lire-.- M.J HarrU', uo jcre, II. are moist and 00 k I . Norfolk...... U. P. Chenault, of Madison county,, .... O,lillo :, ...:ii ,,n n...v i..irii wi,i, Aud iloatli , I'owelv. ioo..ire- John Auderon s, 14 acrt, r Mii:iu hiai trlthla tbtdr reeman , koo acres lw.mrlil l,v uiro V.itiinlnv from S. W.H.ili-k- i Wash Harris tiLres, - - . ley fold. ,,.,,,. j, I ra.11. l'obin's larm Kohlnson Mill trct, llrant nik. of leatiac l.esiacton at it 40 a nl and 5 yt want twhlno stallion.1 VrmruliivK umiien nri' veiv ntletil in In tuut wrcwraer of the bou tarm, p m dail, esiept Saolar c ssni al Vinchrs Kidd sfartti. Joel rotrey farm. A t.i York, the not.-never utrajr . ' W. Collins'darni, on tifade Kid:e, (Knacrs, HenCllOUISVIIU HlalMrCH'eA60ihtlr I ir Km hmwd, kr and pinnts on the K C K mares, for; doing men s work, but so unskillful are. L'poatahipisittiMt!sjr 11, Uumj ry Miller's, 290 at tr, llenn Millers, 441 acr.., Spendthrift, and ':; r Stephen IliircliV, !$ acres, D II. Hdmi.ton's JUi.ODO. united Vestibule I s feoH Ne'Voik.Philadel ' '' Paris eus. r. mi'ii in attaininir nroliciencv 111 women s Tract, Strode Houe, Cotlaue nwr depot at Crab shiB(ionaad all jioiats lUst. arrises st ---" iY . l I' iVt 1 -- OwiiiK to bad riding. Hunt.css was work that no have aluavs treated as Orchard, Hotel, C ,ttaK' andStorehouse at at 4; P as UaUv .Stanford it 5; p n J t)l I'KN'HI'IMKK, mall Irosn RhIimsubsI, V., and all . potnls ... . ... . in the Distillers' Stake at Lexing- -' highly mythical that old (ircek legend Hecau thv ilareJ tn Hip within thsmarfu! Om nrrs 107.6m Asent f ir ra.i,s nuiiiiBXtoM, st s ana all local statin, ar iun) 10M11" heal. . cpt Sun at ij 40 SMswi dally " ton Tuesday by Famine, a short horse. which repiesents Hercules in female at-- ', & CINCINNATlJa, M.Uf.d..,: pm Mi, ill Koir oft K rrrulaeei acsuixd of etewlln,; fn.m ' LOUISVILLE lal Jones.' Iidy Jones ran in the first tire spinning wool at the court of Aiioaxasmt.itioai irom ell aad latermetliit- ourjieartn otnl.. Iltehmend. K.. and rointson tht K. C Jll.ll S,,,,,,,,, phate. Put Allied Davis, of this vicin- - Tho Millie n( ua wkOM golaK li'ee Kinom to but failed to get a place. at l.ciii'tton S 10, a as. dailt, es arrises . rpt hnatlay hlanf. rd earth Imparts; exoner- - ity, is equal to the old hero. Though a The Kentucky Stock not tbo aaa;eH ruUetl hint to h la sleep THE MOST RAPID ROUTE1 Colie lire tl. lets ria.' trad ,i N. N A M d farmer, accustomed moie "l'asutujnjr thtnlead: II. ates Dr. P. W. Logan from any desire to E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor misrepresent the pedigree of his fine to the plow and the corn knife than to Hy Klvltikt hlra that awful rrxMt. w Murdered l.ver atteni led !ilreu the great lowmrma' I citic. on Ihe Ohio Kiser and ChjKJijr,, 4m hentr ft htm liirtrstsL the fastest lime and most comfortaMe traiat be if 011711011 stallion, Waterloo, and makes the the needle and thimble, he hn made a Tia not until our January U l Hllfna I Kuet li laid nway twaen all points m the South, or to the West and No Hotel in Knit inky has a better reputation, amende honorable very nicely. l quilt, which in beauty of design, taste That we rwil his just arm Northwest. Iheioumeriiartof this tram on ail sWIUMMlVI "Willi and Its .r. prietor is determined that einetijjh tor May, iraak lines it denominates! he limited Ktpieis Secretary Tiacv's home at Washing-- in arranging the pieces and feminine Our KUlltjesinicletiee hall he maintained telle ua then tin- - eolnrnn The superb rolline. ill. w employ give, patrons . 'lll.t wife and daugh-- nicety 111 the sewing, would do honor to aumilfti L.miutl toil, in which he lost his uttilnhend Say Mi nun, Ret Monon and n.k to Mono, II n by fire, was old Wednesdity. for S!0,- - nny ingenious matron. It is of the Hose- - ShwiUl read. "Here lies a rlotim ot the damp, you wain to save money and has. a pleasant jour rpi.A 131.....- ...! n..u ter "' ",D- "ukuiuui, iiuuio irom ,, lie has recently a led to It. ..pi ointiiii nts caM para TOom vuioiiii hi'ihiiu.j s.u isti iiuiiiin rsonn and Mr. Davis has enIt cost the secretaiy $mM), be-pattein iUraid. r in li mf rniati'.n, timr i.irds jp, f Klrr Bust. Wont Htul South-WoFftSt .l aUi ill sides .i2r,000 more in improving it. gaged the hewing society to quilt it in ar- Llnobotweon Lexington and Olnciii-natI ( KI ir. I W Ky ill. (, Do notSurtor any Lonor Mr. Stege, uear Millville, Woodford tistic stvle and when completed he will ( hu a.o. III V.H H M KOIU.K , Minfuril Livery A First-Clas- s county, has lost SOU hogs out of oOQ he use it oil his mil. It Is indeed a inre &Cl!MlLr IN KH.CI NO 17, iSJy Achar's i.nah.h '1 "ehrhy tuaraiite Dr To accoinmoda'e tie d"ail- - of his increased had on slop, with the chance of losing specimen of m old man's taste and No J. No. Nil 6 all Cough Kemcil) , and will refund the inonay to , t turnouts furnished , , xramitmt patroeasc. . Jknith Ikmad Ks Sua hu Kur tskr it s. ;nr ilitt ii.m., ui.l do nm hail S 1 rV lUOle. It W.'IS .U IIISI UlOllgni 10 DC Skill. 1 ntlitr. $ V " "Commercial travelers a K ass. lUily i K. en Mrs. KhoiW Iliggms has retiirnptl u Irucgit orreu. ClKUCRl, nui 11 in now iiHiugm tu ne me I to am !. Cincinnati B)PM J Jt pm. 1 nuns cuu iic '"in ib m a i a m in, i Covington isiuh !. J pneumonia. Our Vory Bust Pooplu taJ p m t.ve t'almoulh. . 4i am 9 17 p tlie Haieland Mle Monday .'!7 iting lier sons. That courteous gentle Cunnrmnur stiiteiiiunt when se saj that l)r AidR. B. 4B ti tn 11 10 a as 10 n J Arr Tans Huniiymede youngsters brought an av-- 1 man, Mr. Kbb. Higgins, of Louisville er's Knalisb KuJy is in ctert was .upeni.r to Atr l.lvinzton . ij no pj 10 j p m, jopn 1. st !:..:........ any and all other preparation for the thrust and ..: ...1 una 111 u m 11 K i.i.. t.ve Paris. !.....-.- ., 4J ! ro . SUCCESSOR TO crmsp. it mrivii riiisi- - vi mini m" M'"i luns. In whooping cough and jou a aamiiemanic b ao p m Arr Winchester. 11 si n M in.. Weoiier d rehessisai ons everybody remeiu- average of?Sll.:t(). while six Lout onus of whom 7 jo p m Arr Iticbmund to p as . Mjna.aai.I.. ISUWVilHI'SI M'MIOIIAEL, THE HATTER, averaged foOSJei. The total sales weie hers for his connection with the Lincoln iitr gMaranlw, at A hH a. SJ s. .old on a Arr Lancaster. I M P n 1'uau, itisc s io p tn Arr Stanford. ' """ Vi " ' Land Co., is hole spending a few days 511 4TH AVENUE, oO head for sf5'.,PJ.". I., e Knhmond Arr J 5 P M Tim First symptomsior Doatn. wife. Miss Lottie K. II. Pird, the laige.st strinvberry with his handsome TtfASHUNDIMPROVEMENTCO. Arr llerea . ..ul LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY I.u .......... ..... ........ l.ivincion. 5 JO p m ti . , I liru ruliu-- i .lull I. :,iiisi.iil mii"lis lVllllviHHIi li iiii the ini,,nit grower in this region of Kentucky, has Dillion IS at her HISter p, AllS. lieliel pMrU ofthv boUv. ainkmir at the pit of sum WILL, ON No Notth Hound " !sorappetitn.feeri.hHe... The Nobbiest & Most Stylish Just informed u that the prospects were Ilnrk's. Mr Kiltie Kailib. who has been ai .II tiAll hv a, ilaalta'aa III JJ MHipliiir suri - la liail w.. riinn good as now for the hugestcrop visiting her mother at Danville, has fe- - matter now II became poiMined it inns never so stock 01 Use TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1890, Lie Livingston S 00 a hi to avoid death Or Vkir'. I.ncli.h a aj a tii llerea ... of this 1110- -t delicious fruit ever grown turned home. Dr. W. II. Annendt, of has never tailed In remote rofulmis or -r a in 11 Arr knhiitoad Suit! under positue Kuirantee at A in the State of Kentucky. Somerset lfe- -' Owensboro, arrived Tuesday to look af-- poisons SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION Lve Stanford I'cllll)' 7 on am Lve l.mu.ur a m' 7 view. ter his real estate and mingle with his Valuable Building and Residence Lots Arr Kicbtnond. 10 00 a in Mr. F.Ueid's Dorsey ( Johldust is suf-- j Dr Acker'ri friuds hereabouts. Hon. Sam Are actise, effuctiss and English1'orPills htad Lve Kn limoiid. to p mi 6 Is am pun silk In tho City and Suburbs of Arr Winthesier 1 on p in 7 It a Ger brought to the eit til I i u.ille, now open lenng from the pievailinginlluenza ami sVard was down to see his father this as he, disordered itoiiia. h, Iohs nf appetite, I..11I Atr Pain 4a p in! 74 a xncludmj; the vetenanana have advised him not to week. He has lost none of his coipulen-c- y LOiuptesionand biliousno., tliey hive neser lien I.vr l.cxiujtuti eiualud either in Anient, a or ..broad I'nr salt b) t oc p in1 7 oa a m J s5 P in of the horse by keeping him Lve I'aris 1 30 p in' 8 51 nor his jolly nature since his removal A It I'snuy, Druggist KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS risk the life I it i n Lve hatinnulh 5 6 p tr la p in 9 3 longer in the service this season, so he from here to his mountain home. W. Arr Cusinijton an n inllo u 0 y p m And also my own importation of English Hats Tliftt Terrlblo Cough 111I10 45 will servo only Arr Cincinnati 6 38 p m 5 30 Kinhon, Lebanon's whisky king, was lathe inornili, hurried or ilitl'iLiilt l.rcaihiiij; and Caps Anelejaut lino rt Canes aud Lyon's has been withdrawn and ()n ihe.Maysville Itrancli, N'ug. leaie. Pans at those mares that have already been here Tuesday. Col. W. ti. Welch and ruisms plilejiii, tishtness in the ihest utuckened Fine oti hand Celebrated Umbrellas alw.i pul.e, chilliness in the evening or eats at niclit 8 00, a m and No. 11, at 5 4j, p in, arriving at booked. the Maysville at in 13, a in, and t 10, p m. No. is "County Attorney" P.ixton were in town all or any of these thines areKnit lirsi st.iav- SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, Dr. Acker's Ashland lias iron I irua. i i .. Iht tl. nri.li. leives.Maj.villc.it 5,15 a in, arriving al Paris at ih Cou'li Keine L. M. LasUy sold for S. 11. Haugh- - takine: depositions in the Ariuendt case ley will Hire these fearful syninioitis, and is sold Iiir tiMiit, iron on ion! ure dim 740. am No 11 leaves M.ijtville at 150 and Olovcs and other Fur., a specialty Orders year-olman, Mantyre, gelding, to ,iiinK the first of the week. Col. W. O. under a pvmituc guarantee by A li I'rnii), hard itnd .fMiiiHl mit.illi. nri s for pmiits elr., arrives at Paris at 4 15. p in. These trams are solicited, perfect sunfactior Ha-e ruilruuiN, daily except Sunday full ml III ahuii. hum- mar i of Chicago, for $2,200 and Ve-- i,mll.y passed up to Middlesboiough l)rugit. Haukiiic, No 4 leave l.cxinijtoii 10 03 am, artivcs I'aris l)on'j U to order a NUB BY HA 'I l yi tun line rl irsnt In r uiiini.iiul. has Inner tiiuis-- i dana, to BHiiio for $MM). He Timsday to look after Col. I), ti. Slaugh-tiln- o Says the Southorn Modlcal World: 4,5 portiitlnii rulei.. i heapi r niul uiul mitiirul 10 No am. escepl Sunday 8 leave. Cincinnati j to pm,.irries I'almoitth Kriend" i.uruivini: in l.iuir through "Mother's sold to an e.isttra party Klsie liav-- ' tt,r-- dauiage suit, which aggregates l, Hi til in lnn snlilli of tlie llliln 7 to pm : excopt Sutidav out the South and in Iiiclsl ret out in ended by pli)-- ! advaiilitats rijiiila t tiui. T.a.i aood s h oil i Imri iwrks .no. 7tiave ralinouiti b no ant, amies Cincin filly, for JtHV). Mr, (XiO, Clem Johiinon, the popular a kicians. We consider it itulispetitiblc to tliow nati 75,5 am. extent huiiilav know they must pass thrjujh the ordisit of .mil everj Imiiii- iiiiiifori nml still has a string of nice ones LjU,. groceryinun, was in town Monday who No triinsdalh between I.riinr-- . Train Note h. Write lludheld Ueg Co , Atl.uita loi Iiuuitlit hi AsIiIhuiI now. it Ion prlie. will ton nnd Cincinnati. No 11. hold by all dritCKisla runt dully between for ptrtictilirs ilolllili- III Ski III In a slim II Hie In Hi intl-rwhich he claims will he winners at Lou- - taking numerous orders. and Lcsin;;liiti Cin.iniuti prvurrsn ru Is a Candidate to represent I mcol 1 Interior Journal FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. CRAB ORCHARD. RELICS j AND W. II. 9IIIJM3K (. by-wo- w-- as I llrlnlclcy d KATE 11 0a. vc?&uTBizm,i -- "Mtmii) PJiiftffl-:?2Z 111 y Knbes-pierr- e mm m car-loa- d w Wajj-ncr- 's I 1 1 , car-loa- d Lai-key'- s For Sal9 I I York, lSoston, few-day- s Twenty HuilHiij S Lots I car-loa- ?i-o- ) news-gather- s FOB SALE! -2 raw o'lRyv, I y 111 deel-oheii- POSTED. CAIRsOTia'CVAa I C -- 11 m I ! tor-rec- I 1 . I. t- - Uita-m- H. KCILTOIsr Queens-ware, i0 FOR SA 1 E. - 1 11, '.i si HOTEL PROPERTY pas-tonit- e ut 1 I f f 1. 1 at t n.-r- ialf 1.1 t i ! K I 1 Klec-tri- 1 of T tri ? I .11 111 1 , I o .1 -- I 111 1. ha-- t. 111. w- . liu-- an-- a-- ri-- 11 lu--r, I . OLD KY. ROUTE .V I -- 1. 1 iii-i- t I s -- iiiii-ii'inw- j """"' 0sks'i&s&. mmsk T. STTTTOIT Washington, I .1 11 iiiire-i:oo- n. $, I iJ-- - lil 11 - 1 $50 H3SWAHD! per-on .... j miN-ttho- I i. 7 1 . . O j . . . I 1 e. ,1 1 1 C.-nrg-e 1. 1'er-vy'- s. j I ' 4 1 ,. I V . shr-et- --- 5a- I . 1 t.ih ,,',., d high-bre- d Otten-hei- m. '" i iiiM3;jiiial ,r. , ... --- ''- Ml. ; , ... 1 . Om-rac- e, I THE MYERS HOUSE -- lain rough-hande- I 1 iHiuebui-.ilr5s4s- ,.,,,'.. 1 I inn tt Ulllalla 1 ' 1 K(rllAssitorTK. nt j 0. '''"-chlc- iool and 15illIardIarlors Stable Ite-1.1 1 -' avn 1 11 . 11 1 I fiui-vill- l. I K .EVm" niitiui , I V i -- 4 j . ior-ie- 1 1 1 OEOGEGHAN. 'At , 4 uuiiii-iii'iiiii- g 1111 - Ciiii-inmit- "." i . 1 1 w aasaaa4fc I im j . a a I i . I. . ! . V saisa a aI MATO world-reiiowiio Ho: '- i ,.. 4 1 I 111 w 111 t. MHIANH . 4 I ) inilii-irii- 's . i 1 d i uaran-t.e- d 1 - n ( JB&DFIELDS $20,-lon- t Louis-Lasle- y In-- ., low - iiilr.n-tloii- . chilit-bi- r - I I i 1 cklTf) SIC now proposed to pension the wo- ITa fCIClr ",t',MV,, n,U8M t,u' 'fkantl wouiidedj trill lK lTY fsFD aD filN'nOllf e?rlv iiOpH Ar7,, A',hfjl'Hers during theAtar. There is more justice in this thuii in providing for the SU IRREu" PA' Pn S bounty juiupors ami dosurturs. George town Times. Ort MO NTH IV BICKNCSB IF TlHtN OUHIUC CHPvKaC. Of fe sqfferimswllbt: WOluia If the boys don't kiss the misses, thou WLK vjkhseh jbook the girls will miss the kisses. aRADFIElDREGUUnORCQ. AriANTAGA. Leader. ieUJUtAlLASkfOZIX 11 - RFRIIIATM? iaVif 11 ISMIle. 'a A Hible has just been discovered in i DRUNKENNESS-TH- E IT-- ' the Vatican Library which is in Hebrew. iti8M,j,poai.d to be tiie oldest in the world and is valued at $100,000. It is so vvoightv that it reipiires two men to lilt it, tho binding beitiir in heavy metal. In the vear 1512 the Jews of Venice offered Julius II its woight in gold for it, but, though he was financially hard up just then, he refused the ollOr. London I MENSTRUATION TO"YOMAN'wf Uing-lumpto- n Dailv LVews. the knowledge- - of the person taking it, ciTcitui; a speedy ind pcrtnaneiu oire, whether the patient is a moderate drinker or an akoholic wrck rnousands of diunkurds have been cured who have taken the Golden Specific in tlicir collee without their knowleilirc, and to day believe they quit drinking of their own fren will. No hariii fuelled result from its administration. Cures uuar- fantecd. Send for circular and full particulars. Ad. 'lm ' UIVO ill voiiui.eiii b vrw . , las HaceStrect. Cincitnial.O r- LIQUOR HAU all the World there id but ono i:uio,uiuiiiiiua uuiuuu opuuuiu. It sail lie viveii iu a tup ot ie i or cnllec aithfjnt ln ar. on Iinii .11 I iln n till' fur I. .ill ll.' I'llll I'll HiiASHLAHO joyOLrlliiiljj nia and 6 make imiuections at Winchcstei liu rin 1U1 to lor point. on the N" N A M V lly -line IMPROVEMENT GO. at IMPORT AN! Trainsol thisUnion now arrive and depart from tlie Central Pasicngur Ciniinnati, inakini: connections for all Station points North, Kast and We. I. Through tickets and baggage checked 10 any destination reached hy a railroad. For full particular address anv agent ol tlie Co. s.. t. II. MOKSK. It. ii.iiai-w.Traveling Pass'g'r Aqt., Geii'l Pass'g'rAgi., i.oaiuj;ion, rsy. i.iuciunaii, tj. W. L MLfNhON, Truv. Pas. Agt., Cincinnati. ' ILK. HUNTINGTON, General Ma.iaKer. U KN E It A I. O F K I C tS : Chamber of Commerce Itttlldliii;, Cincinnati, O. Nos 7 11 t .A' i n, "" .!.' , i'-ff- a