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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890051601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. v. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII CALIFORNIA. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, MAY 10. 1890. ' NO. 22 Santa Hush mi v., Cai. . May it, Dkau I.vtkkioii NotwItlihlmuHiiK tlio ,iuiiiormi rupdrtH to tlit Hl't'ct Unit urowinn in one of the most occiiiNitlon in h plummnt can uniMjjtf, theio un ri'al.y which one muiiy things that liiive to bis contcnilwl witli". SoinutimcH tho trouble comes in hirnvy iiml lonn continued wIiiiIk, blow-U- k tin? fruit oil before it wniiily forinnr- . ...l tumult llllR 111 !.... tl... """ KOl. or iiijiimip i wmli' imp 01 win wnue, oim-tliu form of ., , iirn.itn-blotiH'.u'- ') - brouidit weather is oppressMcly hot, kv. Tliero l.J J. K. Hailey. Democrats, remember WILL TAKE PLACh- LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. are Mid to he two remedies for the l litis issued a Saturday, is the date of meeting to aplne iHifit, Himiviiii! with ceitaiu choinlcal l new beiit'H of instructions to its seBroiui Misi mixture, and the proiHiHtion of thu lect few tLettiehome of entertHineil ltich- - correfpouduuta, which in themselves nru point delegates to the Louisville con veil her nuclei, the . I ...... II... tion to nominate a candidate for clerk of ...It. Him. Tin. 11. " t UIUMIIM , ,., !.(,. 1. ,,.,., ,,. ,.,.,- - ,,f ,, , SVIllllllllHU "" ,..l "iwnun hii uicv wen nil iw" the Court of Appeals. as tl, uni nun uny iiuu.ii'v. uitniii iw ......, ti kill tlic trees -, .1 I ..,.1.11 pajier. m-Rockcastle, thanks to the dibits of a growers will not use the yomu: virm i ony iiuinnl.i m Iiiikm. and some Bryant Kidd, of the Ottenheiin lo- few and if poihle he made himself mom who have not become entiiely ilia-- , whirh t he llorticultumlCoiimiw spnivs, cality, liai drawn ?so0 from Undo cini's OFFICERS: - ae.reetil.le than usual, courageii, lias a road law. It has just Hlon is trying to force them to do, claimfor tiie services of his son, -F- ortbreo nllit S'iXnor Ihieevo hs och(Njuur passed thu Semite. It ptovides that all. R. N. Akciikk, President, Grand Hotel, Cincinnati. (). treoshave' till that thousands of citrus rmtly w ho dtttd of "an ailment contracted in able bodied nude citizens shall work six en entertalnmeiitfi S. WitiNKRY, Soinerset, Ky. l..n ruined l.v that method. Tho hitter, i"joyid ami largely that wore Many tho war." attended. subati-stut- e. tho' wild to work well, has not hern vf ry O. J. Wiggins, Secretary and Treasurer, Somerset, Ky. Tho Iiojj ciuso came tii isaturday and days in each year, or furnish a Ijut itisht A tax of 10 cents per SH 0 woith generally tried. A entleinan of Sin pwiilu were drawn. Th develojieil considenihle legal intricacy. T. M. Thatcher, Assistant Sec'y, Somerset, Ky. wound up with a dance and of propel ty will be levied also for road who had iiiade a study of the I'eter Moore and a follow named Uibson, ; A cold chain ami locket was piv brother-in-lacatiKlit onto thu fact that in walk. of the man to purposes. n to Mis. I.. bindra.n for bciiiR the sou and Col. .1. It. Fish, who has Iwen laid Geo. K. Duckworth, Cincinnati; were known Australia lli.ne Lulv Hii O. J. Wiggins, Covington, Ky. belonged, were nrrain-e' m lniuiHuil lady dancer on the floor whom the shouts up hen for two weeks with rheumatism, R. N. Arciiek, to devour mile witli sretit avUHty, and O. II . Waddle, Somerset, Ky. bf fore the court 011 the charge of ' John M. Parra recieve.1 a silver cup will leavo in a few days for Hot Springs Llmt thro their instrumentality tho treis S. Whixery, Somerset, Ky. the lios. Tho wal of the eviJ. N. Hkowk, proncieiiip.im.'iiiaii.iaiicei. .Mr. T. J. Hammond1, of Lancas were kept dear of this injurious' '"" there " C. H. Matthews, dence apiinstUioiit was that they weie Ark. J. M. Richardson, Somerset. -- li K- UiKKinn. tmvHiiiK. saleHimin ednesdav. Richard olement. So liu prooirwl n small lot' Af ter, was here 1). 1 'or V. (i. Coker, was in town the lint of found drivnii: the hoes to l'ulaski. Hethurum returned EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: ro.n tho island itnd dlstiibuted thorn ' hearing, the parties were Thomas and to many a ter an exciting lIM Covington yesterday. Mr. II. C. California oninKu anion,! hovoml tar held in a bond of $100 and S1.0 respec- from I he Hist and principal R.N.Archer, O.S.Wiggins. is in from Iovcll, where he has Geo. K. Duckworth, J. N. Urown, growers. Thev were let loose on the K'rtl liirt. high-u- r (ientry while the inanv tively, and tho case was carried to rmson is extensive tan hark contrats. Mr. and Capital and Natural Resources triW.an,lbein'l.c1M,l,le of nun,ipyi court. Join Hand in Hand. The Dawn of a the,, especial Mrs. Dr. J. (J. Moore, of .lellico, is Mrs. J. W. Urown with little Conn are in very rupidlv, soon Kr..w into .......en.e bnt,ful hats I he left a.e New Era of Prosperity. awrms,th;twe.,tforthesmleata mto "k"'- Mr. Mv-- of Hebron, is visiting her sister, Mrs. (J. 1'. Xewlaud. Louisville. Judge;. V. McClure has hter, Mws Hebsie, at theGol Mipenisor Atkins, of the L. N., was in returned from Frankfort. Mi. P. A. Pit- The Dream of Enthusiasm Crystalized into Stubborn and Indisputable . " "" or-uiwat once KmtiviiiK to the i. M. Kmmiird left Tuesday for Facts. clMnlmt, mul are said to have cleared the K'U- - A. town this week, Miss Alllo Fisli 1m8 man is in Somirel lor a few davs. e to accept a lucmtivo Electric Street Car Lines, Water Works, Oil Refinery, Glass Factory think there must Middlealwro. trow of all infection. returmil from a delightful visit to her To The Democracy of Lincoln. W-Miller and family lift Thurs- and Planing Mill, all to be Erected and in Operation this Sumith !) Mrs. Dr. .lames ISIack, of Madison disdvai.U.Ke ronnecto.1 sister, You .ire respectfully called to meet in my ior rviioxviue. wr. .1. mer, and work will begin on these Enterprises at once. county. John ISuchatian, .Ir., of the mass cQiiM'tition thu pnc'iliire also, as it has not been i(.rantiiiiu ywtnlay for m at the left ltndou on hiisi-mt- lAHiisville Times, spent Sunday at "Khn- universally adopted. Can it lie that the Stanford, Saturdav, 17ti, at 2 o'clock, to Mlrt Kate Wttldett leaves ThuisSomerset is located on the C. S. R. R. and is a progressive and wooil" with hm parents, ".hick's" cour- temwlv is woise tiiHii the diHetiw.', :u ill name delegates to the state Convention, ' prosperous town of 3, 500. Two Banks, showing a capital stock of v l Crawfordsvillc, to . Hm, hrti made him a guner- the cane of the Kndish hhi rrow and tho any'1'"1- - Mr- NnIVIt. he Danville a, f(iVyrUo vvilll Ul10 boys here, w ho w ill to be held iii Louisulleon the L'Sth, to S180.000, splendid Public Schools and other enterprises and institu cutormllur" ' As I Imve nominate a candidate for clerk of the tions make her future exceedingly bright. WHS III tOW II rtmrsdiiv. II. Ilaerlin, the Great .l..ir(..i .. l..ir.. ihu ... ...n..., Ultlster, be gUd to leMrn that he is developing .Oil I... ....VIM ... viuarimniil Mini lliaili Court of Appeals. landscape artist, is about through the survey for a route of a street It seems that the miii unable to any. Hi mai v inin MriMlit tma fmA Ki into a tine btisiucts man in the Falls Ci T. P. Xkwlaxh, Ch'n. railway through the city, which will be operated cither by steam or . ... 1..- 1- to ty. .1. C. Itiuehnrt ami wife were down . .... le pwt ha not alckwl the Mvoraido ctri'city complete system of water works with resorvoir, on thin is oxtent. and , to any M...WA"N7M.vKKu'sL.n:lNsr.,AN- K.for ,1. Jamm itobinoii from l'meville Siindny. Mr. Itinehart is Crescent 11,11 will be immcd.ately constructed. The minerals w heie the Hmtomne8 and the lHrKet 10HII,Ih of woo, (lom hl8 l00 on his way to Covington as one of L'ncle John Wnnamakor canies Sl.700,000 life B,IBIiml r.Mar..raiMl. Rut in and a.windMin- - b,wp gt1l mM h , .., Xomanin tiie world (proba- - laskl county are noted for their purity and inexhaustible supply. Tne ,0 Mltrkfi. spin's witnefes against tho Hell county na and (irtinue, I'm iformel. the hurv, m Ijwamur. Miiu Fminio (Jilvm iiiooiiehineis. J. W. James is in Florida bly no two men) supports such a mini- - superior quality of sand and several oil wells are attracting the atten-b- r U men and it will not be long till a glass factoty and ieoiU have Iwen rnttiiiK down and ,H ronflej to ,H.r ,Hlli aMfBt jt.nnil. looking after his phosphate beds. Our of iiolicies as he It is unite certain tion ol iuirniuj; otiuie tm nil wintei. 111c rauroao. lacuiucs 01 Itrii?l.t lias niturniHl from Middlesborv. ' old friend, I'. N. Iloberts, of Danville, that he intist have policies in nearly ev- an 011 rennery win ue puc nuo openuiun. ( rowers of other fruits have their trials yj10 up on Sunday's tram to Harbour- - ery company in the world. Only three Somerset are Eight passenger trains pass daily and being ioiiniing-hoiiso- , jma rwn(U( which ps-e11U0. Tor hiHtuiii'c. in tome parts of lshuiunl.MiwI.nu willatwrt to in a few ville to seehis "nioiintrtini;irl, vieitauld companies will risk as much as $100,000 halfway between Cincinnati and Chattanooga, it is the business point California the graiie vines days. Wo hope thev will have Kood acuaiiitn,ices and rove amid scenes on- - in a human life, and those aie in New ol the head officials of the Railroad Company, who will in Yoik. nave neon ruiuwi iy ungni. in uio.r hjct. UJ1(, nky ,o(H of molluy s deiired in days gone by. J. Uobeit the further development of the wonderful natural resources the grand This amount of life insurance must county of Pulaski possesses. The Cincinnati, Alabama & Atlantic R. places the unusually wot winter has biir returniHl to Middlesboro this M,f0 are nrrangiiig to go to Uns. .. ,, s . , .. killed large numbers of fruit trees, and week. He was aecoinpanied as far as cost- - Mr. Waiiaiuuker btw ecu $:00,000 R. is now an assured fact, and passing as it will through Somerset, in others still the Codhu moth has made as you can, as wo will iiiis you in our Hael Patch by Mr. Ilurney Fish, who ami 300,000 per year, hut it is a good adds another to her many advantages. if n man engages in such large its appearance. Then comes the greedy lodge, licorgo KnhankH. .Ir., has been goes thither to learn telepraphy. Mrs. middleman, who gets a big share of tho making some new kind of harrows, Kllen McKoberts, of the Hubble vicinity, transactions as he, because if it enters prollts, but the giowers are org.iniring which Fount Myers has been introduc- is the guest of Mrs. W. T. .Steplieuon. into his business standing it gives thoe and declare that hereafter all fruit shall ing. A brick with some well developed Messrs. Sam'l Magee and Willie Pettus, he deals with a certain knowledge that be sold at homo and none shipped iduoad dog tracks on it was taken from (Jeorge of Pinoville, aie dow to see their home-folk- when he dies there will be money to on commission. Still, with all these Hright's burned house, which was buMt Mrs. M. C. Williams, with her carry on the business. Chatter. Are headquarters for drawbacks, there's money in the busi 73 yoarH ago, and Dunbar, Bright and two pietty children, is visiting her fathThey seem to like prohibition in ness for intelligent and experienced men; niUt.hillM ,mVl. ,mi.k of i10lllllls whu.h er, Mr. W. F. Kennedy, on Stanford county. The majority for it on the jolliest Hardin liuttlieiiet prcKtiNM are 1101 near wiU smell and bark on the track, but it street. "Pig Andy" c&o. the second election is 724. people imtigiiie irom me hm ,)Ut,n mv ,()0 ,01, for UMU ,() iaxy soul in liarrard county, was here Sun- large as ! k t10 train for l repoitsol iiiiliviiUiais aim uiiwe 01 me a rai e. Prick masons have ti)mplitiHl A Child Killed Plows ! Plows ! Plows ! Huy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel Another child lilled bj the use 01 opiates kimih newbpapers. their work on Hright's house ami the the boom towns in the Cumberland ValWhy mothers Kite .... in ..bout lOdavs ley. Mr. W. M O'Jinau was here Mon- in the formof soothinc syrup.iioison is surprising Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no I'here is one thing that thu people of t,mM,,lllirs .. .11 !, their children such deadly Kentucky might learn from Califomians I)in,iwr wW ,is jiemp l0 Mrksburv for day. He and his handsome wife will at- when they can rel eve the child of its peculiar It Dr. Acker's llahy Soother troubles to their great advantago in the care of! jvnn0 Sutton, of color, was taken tend the national convention of the It. contains hy ulnj; or morphine bold by A K. plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to no opium the with eonvnlsions Tuesday and has been S. A., which convenes at Cleveland, ()., Penny fruit trees. It matters not what do good work, or no sale. A sk your neighbor. la Llfo Worth Llvlnsr? kind of orchard, it is thoroughly worked m aje,.t,Hi vond days. Sam Pullins.of Mav 21st. ou tro through the world; a dyspeptic. ocry year, and often several times, and ,0ori NU.t t0 i,nne,lRtl.r Sunday and In- Tho Tinted States government has I)rNot if Dyspepala Tablets are a potuise curi Acltr's forms ot djspvpsia, indigestion, itio trees trimmed of any dead or dying H0nu m,a18 mn 0Vt.riu.,jd onthestreot, been the largest owner of arable land on lor the worst onsnpatioa. (ui.ir.imccd and sold bj nd hinbs When this is not done, the trees (or w j,.!, ju, W1W urrosted. J. V. liriuht the (iirth: the total orea of the "public A K I'enn) .Ion'tbear half croj, and lliuilly die out w01lt 0I, ,js ,oli lo ,,,,unr Sutimlayfor lie domain," sold and unsold, amounts Wo Can and Do or heroine worthless. In Kentucky it is trial. Dr Acker's Hood Elixir, for it has '2 Guarantee to l,s4!l,07:Jt.W acres, and constitutes to bm fullyi demonstrated all the peopl of this coun-r- j 1E1I7NI, , ,M ons.dered actually disadvantageous to IIaing secured the services of other preparationN for A (m tj, that it Miperiur to jter cent, of the total area of the Tinted i . posit.se cure for syphilitic nut, irom wmu vo blood diseis iiiltivateorclianls, Allpi1 s U11M nMl st..t..s. inclndin Alaska. About 700.000. poitonin,., tilttri., ctupiwn.and pirapli-.(,.,:,. It purl TX3COS, DiSLXaTOISr, seen. I'm sure it's n gieat. mistake. As u( np,inst K, s ,,IM,,.,nB8t,.r t Hbblo, WW acres of land have been sold and h ties the wnule tystem and thoroughly builds up the A It. leno constitution as tho soil hum is, numbers of fruit HtMm u,,1, tho ouly (.hir.( uhh nfew 1Hltu,,. llll0llt 1,150,000,000 acres remain I am now fully prepared to do ,, ,m , na,nes to it, tlirce of whom are white1 unsold. As the area of Alaska is :!,- A Duty to Youraolf. raisers uiaimro u.uir It is surprisiiiK that people will use a common, half crop, , , Tbcy are not satislied with mmintlm raIomIi A I1HmiH.r! ,":10,000 acres, the area unsold exclusive ordinary pill when the can secure a saluaMtt fruit as the trees can of them claim to know hut little 01 noth- of that territory is about 7,000,000 one for the ame a.oney Dr AiLvr's Knglish hut want as much pills area positive cute lor sick heud.xcha and all up. Literature. hear l. er troubles Thev are ssna1,, sweet, vastly taken ing about it and never saw it or heard it acres. Current and do not gripe, for sale by A It l'etinv . The school system of California seums lead. Now, for the benefit of applicants, ainjrgrossly uiMiIted AND Mr. Hauifat to be splendidly carried ut. Tho build- I will say the petition is against tho Can't Sloop Nights what's the matter generally w rong party, as I resigned Maieh 20th, sir. Manager Well, Here, you engueo Is the cowplaiHt of thousands suffering trotu ings are numerous and aie now" Mr. llatnfat .out;h, etc. Did vou ever try among the handsomest in the towns. and recommended my successor, a re tin for the part of Tncle Tom, a lole in Ur Acker s English Kerned) UU the best prepSold on a lor all lunK troubles. Pesides lino publicschoolsaro nianyllrst- - publican, who was appointed ami took which tun without a peer, and I Unci aration known and 30c b) A. K. Penny. . . : .....1 you have olso engaged two others positive guarantee at 15c All work warranted and promptly done rate private scnoois ami couegeN nt m, nut,... a ..hi t. .....i . ....! v..I thatthe same part. .Manager un, mat s ''1 was after the ball, for ' IVas dark .a the lull. n person does notac,uiro a good educa- - ft hoartv np,)r(mU ,,y a vory ,,irK0 limjor. all right. You shall play it lirst. Wo wa Ht vry esaalsatir ; Her tion, it is his own fault. California, like Uv ()f t,'u )m q tK,g I)OSt.0u.0i ,,,,,, are going to play "Tncle Tom" in the "I was ssicii a good dwm rough mining towns of the far West and of ""''"ol tl;,. ,U(U ollbrt will he against Texas, has a large quantity the party For s we mm t ressiMsco. thought two t,ndcr.itiidics might he " i0IU-- nmltlwit justice, promptni.' ami lands, the proceeds of which go to And liHgtreel with ltagl I cutic ELL"! needed. "l'waa itark id th kail, maintenance of tho public schools. ' laccimu-- may over he our motto, ' Bucklen's Arnica Salve Test after the wtt. r A Hammo.viis. every township the Kith and !Wd suctions tile uorlit fur cult. broiti, Mite The ... the ball, have been reserved for this purpose. 'Ta after in the hall Mii, ulcork, salt rhuum, fever vorei,alttetlur, chapMr "l'was dark Injudicious feeding of a horse often ped Kami., chilbUim, com axil no my erp report there have beun Since my last ur iwiur tlMtanu pomivciy turo bu h a eltnaea (or parting romaaUi. ' two beautiful days, hut tho balance of produces far more baneful results than ei It ti (;iijiriut.'U lu ifive rief(et Mhifacnor, isotao'd, A shI ,'rke 5 tent lxr bx. A Suro Curo for ell Di&oasos In ur money relun4l Why was I not btdd the week has been cool, foggy and doos overwork, says the Sporting World. Kor ale by A R. !'nnv, Slantord, Ky W .en I don't When a horse is constantly of It now am fianta think kept upon cloudy, with some rain last night. Xiv. J JrJ(.'.xAviX)-'iH'Vr- ii Tho Now Discovery. 'Twm dirk lathe hall, food us concentrated as he can hoar there fay with the poet, and neighbor You have hwartl your friuudi Juot dark that was all Is ueccstiarily a tendency to inflamma- talkm,; about It You ntty yourself be oils of the ' l.ne nic j home by the lua. mtpeneace " tion and consequent lameness, but liimu- - imuty who know from 2rv'-!4M'- Where flic wiltl vaare orejtoil wilhf er tried it Snjra ths Southern Modioli World: how good a thing it u Itvou hjv of iia launch frieniW, became the "Mother's Kriead" WurowinK in lav or through- It is no doubt tho pleasantost place in nets is more certainly produced with v.. in. one bins Hbout it i .. kMM onc ki s. a."V"i ' v . iill Arislns from Impurities of tho Blood, and m.. vionucriui the Ssputh and is highly r unintended by phyever summer, hut during the winter and sudden changes from bulky to concm-sprin- g ...I rir KinVNw DUcot have attar iioiuit out from runotlonol Dcraagcinents. sicians We consider it in.lispensible to tho.t vou if Beir or a plate in thohoiut must pas through lu it is too damp and chilly, ovon in grated food, and that 011 the day when and ahould bo aMictcd with a cough, cold ud y child know thevWriie Ilradrield Reg the ordeal uf Co Atlanta birih. ' his feet are to he most severely trlel uy throat, lung r cheM trouble. It wrcure a 00. tie at Ga for particulars Sold !y all druggists this mild climate. isuarailtwM) every fiertwtl A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS', AND A CERTAIN .met) and give interesting objects in concussion on a hard road. It would be tune or momy rafumlad. Tnal bottles tree .U A One of the most LIQUOR HAB DRUNKENNESS-TH- S K. l'eauj ' PHEYEHTIOH OF HOG CHOLERA. m this vicinity is tho old Santa ltarham safer to abuse his digestive organs 0110 ln all tho World thore la hut ouo :rcaTho Flrat St:-curo, Dr. HnlnoH Ooldun Spocltlo. W I K L llailvy. l.cneral Mfrih.ii.tiitc, v A Mission, just outside the town limits. It d iy and his feet another than to abuse urnersullc, IVnny l)ruovit. Si.iufor ir sak u are run down, emi'l oat, can't l .. l ..' " tuitukiir . Perhana ' vu I. N ' "Kill... Milledurevtlle It can he Kivin isbuilt of Btoiie, witli immensely thick tliem both at the same time. Cross feed lacii. can't thinl. tan't do utiytliituj to yiwr ul the knuwlcuge of in a cup of tea or colfee without W K Mil'hiTt.o'1 U 4ie IjihI; J I. AUtaity, liniLCist. Kingsville, C L Arthu- tiller, MV"VUHl t'riiggi.l. II Koutcn. i tho person taking it, crTLtiuv mg liorses can ho lamed at any tune, Mfacunn. and you woudar what auttu, m ilium., Urugut, U Cuniminjs. (tener.il Meri.hndio. Pruathcrsyille , J A cure, whtther the paiwut ( r i On hard walls, and covered w ith tiling, and was . .h.il.l heed the . without any extra work, hy simply giv- - mtmt IniD nervous warnlnit. vou are taking the tir.t snecdv and permanent or an alcohaln. vvrstk il- Kinnei I II .laker, t.vneral Merchandise, IlighUnd w moderate drinker nrmiratmn. iouuicu r founded in hNI. Thu mom building is ,ni, thum "" cured who ,.orlnuu less clmll. oi ulll finit tli8tact nnuands of drunkards have been toaic and Kttclric Hitter L'OO feet long hy fiO in breadth, with n remedy for restoring your aerv out system to its without their knowledge, and to day Kliere they n .,nl hratihv condition iuriirislni results bint drinking of thrlrowu freewill. No harinfu- -, Tho Louisiana Lottery Co. has wing 1!U) long, it is tho best presorved follow the use of this Nerve Tome and Alterative. its administration, Cures on- - led it oiler to tho .State and now oll'ers V our apwtite returns, K'aod digestion restored ctleet results fromcircular and full particulars. guar church in California and the Ad. anteed. Send for liver $1,000,000 per annum for tho privilege of id the bottle and kldncvs cents at healthy action.s dress in confidence Goldkn bikctnc Co., tej ly 0110 in whiqh Franciscan monks still Hook Keeiilny, Short Hand, Trltyraphu.&em I is I'rice jo Try a ItaceStrcct, Cincinnati, O. W I Bsa Iss Esa Write for Cutalogue and full liurmiiltop. ( I drug store f IV 1 f dwell. Had tiie pleasure of seeing sev- - maintaining a lottery. -- Mcknes jrainiimi)""'" irrigationInwhen the on hy much oral of thi'fei) ol'l fntlu'ra, tlrunseil in tlu-ipeculiar fiisliion. Tin chapel 1h ii roiiu-h- u curiosity shop, tillt'l with and Inmes ami ijunint pictiiri'H, a few of which nre.nell cxucuteii. I wad allowed to ko up into the hell tower, where there is a flue view of the town and H.irtuii.liiiK country, and from there I Kot a peep at their private lower ear- fin II n jjiuriv nun inii iiiiii iiun utrii, for the old kept, hihI is a pleiisiint monks. Then' are L'l of thine old Span- ,,, mhgU,m , , Nute, hut most of I...... ...... u,. . ,1.1 Im.i. !.,,.. ..ill,...- a,,,,.-.- .11 UIUIII .III nu uiu III! null.- uiihvi full. down or are on the vvruv of demy, T' ' r Htf-urc- H CRAB ORCHARD. MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Clean up your premu.es ami w hitun your fenced for summer is .Mrs. K. lhicliamin on lubt Monday oponwl n select M'hool at the public school building. l'l. tnihit.. I II I Mt..liin.u' .luHI. . ()f .. ,on. lym Umm J i,0'IIrbolI.. or llbout lflf760 KIinolI8. I vv lf.iv .In. tin Ifiiti, iir.Mif.lw.il ill til. Baptist cbuich Sunday and Hev. .louph Unliiuell altlie U iilutit Flat on tiie name Uny. i i - - . Having adopteil the tilth fcystuin on 1 hereby notify you who are indebted to me to call and bottle at once. ed. May 1st, Uourior-Jouriia- The( 1. A. U post here will observe ' decoration day. Hugh Miller has a hue specimen of a petrified terrapin. A small house belonging to Dick Smith, on the l'iehnioiiil road, was burned Monday night. The new wire nowlielng put up from I.oui'jvillc oer this line lias reached a point south of l.clmiiou. Mie3 Sarah Ijiwiimicc, a servant in the family of I). C. l'oyntor, while hunting hen nests in a Ftnble loft Wednesday morning fell, anil was dangerouslv injur- SOMERSET LAND A IT D IMPROVEMENT CAPITAL STOCK $350,000. GO First Safe of Town Lots MAY sjK-citi- j I ...... ,. liL-i.l- v 1 .) . ! ,,f - -- I 20 Vice-President, AND 21, 59G. j iiilu-Mibiuc- DIRI-XTORS- w d ' "' "'i - f ,"ii t, - visit-whic- h ' 1 posi-Wsom- C'ouit-IIous- e - V ..... tl.ni.1 ''ll0; ( l- -J j ,m, on-har- ,.;,.,. ,1:..,., ' m .A e ) mPu-insuranc- e. j ws wide-awak- 1 l first-clas- s. ,! ). 11 s. HIGGINS AM'KINNEY llu-o- , Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, l- - aoutl.-botim- j ,!-- y 1 , I NOTICE. 1 , 1 ,,,., 1 II s ' do-ru- MB.. OF CHICAGO, .- - l.ng-lis- ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK 1 ? 1 ", ..,,, 1 1 j . "good-nig- ht' A. R. PENNY. OTT'S 1 , 1 j , bt 111 ", y - O L IEDICATED FOOD, 1 1 1 prii! jt .111 , r- - 71 ?, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs j . j . . m T-- I 1 11 11- I - r 1 - ' . . - - ia , . -- douh-missio- J 4 I BRYANT & STRATTON Business College If V VV Q 0lt t - '. "N 1--i ,' Ii ., r,. '2iiv. f. 'hsJ Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal May 16 Stanford, Ky W. F WALTON. SIX PAGES. Ooi.. C. P. Atmohk, in behalf of the L. rend Col. W. & is., Mr. 1). (J. Kdwaids for the Queen Association have no doubt iv. Crescent, W. 11. Prouty for the X. X. M. Hull's article lu the Courier-Journa- l of the 12th, relative to tho Oh! Point ex- tf M. V., 11. W. Fuller for the 0. & O., 1800 cursion. It fully states the matter and nmt J. K. McCracken for tho L., St. L. fl we are sure those who will consider it T. have very kindly extended thoeour-turieof their loads to the members of is .i very happy fully will agree that it solution of tho tiuostion. Tho 0. fc (). tho K. P. A. attending tho Winchester has changed hands since Mr. W. A. Wil- - meeting, and arrangements are being gus, who was with the old corporation, ! made by which an agreed certificate extended the invitation to tho K. P. A., from tho secretary shall be good for and that gentleman is not now connect- passage on any of the roads. In duo time ed with tiie road. Mr. ;I. W. Fuller. wo will send a circular to each editor, the clever and accommodating general with a "request that he state tho roads he passenger agent, is willing to do every- will use in reaching Winchester. Tun members of tlio Kentucky lVcs Jn prices at THE LOUISVILLE STORED an. & i.j w y r olllce in Cincinnati, to make as good a pensions to every soldier when he arshowing as possible ami to operate bis rives at the ago of 00. It is hoped that , 7 7 I 1 . . . ,. . . . I.. a a a a 7 ...'H aa a depaitnieut on as ecomomicnl a basis as the bleach will widen and that no igiw- t- m' i .a aliniM aaaa.aaaa ntt YMiitln.ii.rt ivt, uv .sum. " MAIT ... "7"-'"-. ' tree it. III. I lie I OUOWlll! CUI,r Boys he could. He proposed two plans, both incut will he effected in the matter, The o 10c; of which we consider reasonable and lib- pension laws aro already too liberal X ri.ts Aflr. mnrl.h lis eral. If ns many as 100 members and too laxlv construed. Men, s their wives and daughters wish to go worth. , , r.f), , ... ,., , , ,, 'YZn , . ... f af, ami will so express themselves to us, he Tin: duty little prohibition papers will inn the special at the lowest round-tri- have taken up the republican lie that rate ever ollered $0, or he will is- Carlisle was drunk at Senator Bock's fuJohn Q Carlisle. sue free passes to a reasonable number neral ami are making a great ado over it. The Legislative caucus to nominate a of editors, during the summer, upon apThere is not one word of truth in the democratic candidate for l S. Senator plication to and recommendation from story and it has so been proven, but that did nothing the first night of its meeting us. Tins will e tar more pleasant uikii Ot be week We makes no difference with papers which except to adopt the rules of the House going in n body, which would subject the week start out to lie on their betters. They 0c, of for its government and resolve to premembers to all tho inconveniences that keep it up with tho hope of fooling those week Wool tOc, vent an election until a nomination was crowded hotels impose. Wo do not see who are idiotic enough to read onlv in order to mide. This was done be Will Wilgus had any those lying sheets. that the week a combination with the republican We feel embarrassed in the matter reason to we members, who might hold the balance at all, certainly not after this very satisThk Frankfort Capital stiikes the key we in of power. In order to carry out this resnote when it says with reference to the We we do factory compromise. Goods, olution the members complimented vaWe are in receipt of a letter from meeting of tho K. P. A.: Theio will b Y., voting for rious and sundry people by Judge W. M. Beckner, chairman of the no Old Point trip, that may dependgoods them dining the session of the legisla- Executive Committee, saying that the ed upon. It is too far away for one reature. Among them we notice that our meeting would be postponed from the son; it is too expensive for another. neighboring countyman, Hon. 11. 11. Uh to the L'oth, owing to several unforeLEGISLATIVE DOINGS. Tomlinson, wascredited with three votes, seen leasons, ono of them being the de hardly chough for any practical purpose, lay in the completion of the Kentucky The Legislature is absolutely doing but quite n compliment nil the same. I mon road to Jackon, caused by tbei nothing in the way of law making. Prohibition was defeated in Cnldwell The next night the nomination of candi- washing away of its bridge over the Ken-The Legislature has been in sesion county by aliout M) nirijoiity and ear- dates was in order when the names of tucky river. An excursion over the t0 yesterday 1 10 days at a cost to tho ried in Hopkins county by not los than Gov. Knott, Judge LabanT. Moore, Gov. road is to he a feature of tho entertain- - state of $110,000 at least. Purine tho M0 majority. McCreary. Mr. Carlisle, Judge Lindsay ment, and so the meeting was postpon- tjme o,rM bills have been presented, but George Francis Train, tholrreprossi-- , and Evnn Settle were presented in the ed. It is just as well, besides, as Presi- - ,isS than half have hoii disMfl of. BY RECENT PURCHASES OUR STOCK OF ble cmuk, is on tho Atlantic oomn. hv- order named. Hon. R. C. Warren nomdent E. Polk Johnson expresses it, we --The governor vetoed thi bill to in nwirlv comi.lnt! lib plobo girdling inated Gov. McCreary in a speech which aro to be tho guests of tho citixoiis of corporate the Altamoni a. .uancneeierj ej. mon lk, wUj XbIH Bly's was acknowledged to be a veiv fine efWinchester and they must be consulted railroad because it conferred too many ,. fort. Senator Mulligan nominated Caras to the most agreeable time for us to rights and pnvilfges, such as the owning XoIkkIv is taking any interest In the lisle and in doing so more than mainvisit them. of mines, manufacturing establishments, tnrlil'talk. Tho people already udr- eloquunt oratained his reputation as an j Ac. stand the McKinley bill. If lncreai-tor. The speech of Mr. Thomas, of PnoiuniTioxgot another black eye this lands " the cost of the necessaries even moio "NEWS CON DEN S E0 Bourbon, nominating Judge Lindsay win week, this time in Kansas. Judgo CoO-ood-s than the war tariff did. also a very superior efloit. Messrs. oler has pronounced unconstitutional the It is said that Senator Beck was i U'oodfonl Mi(-- Prue BrtUtt, an Cooper and MeChord nominated Gov. provision of tho law conferring power worth $150,000. only ustimablo lady, who has been blind from Knott and did it very handsomely. The upon the Attorney General and his asJohn G. Barnett. an estimable citi- - infancy, caught fire from an open grate McKenzic and sistants to summon persons before him names of Gov. Buckner, GINGHAMS, OUTING FLANNELS, of Louisville, is dead. in her room and was fatnlly burned be Judge Reeves were not presented and to testify as to violations of law so that zen Gen. Joe Johnston will unveil tho fore assistance could reach her. the hour being very late the caucus ad- they can issue an indictment against tho Lee statue at Richmond, Va. The L. N. lost its depot at Finch- journed by n vote of 00 to 40, the Car- persons so informed on, as it is an atIt is stated that the E. T., V. A. G. villi nnd a car load of merchandise and lisle men voting solidly to take a ballot tempt to confer judicial power upon a has bought the Louisville Southern. Mason it Bennett their general merchan-before adjourning. prosecuting officer. Tho decision gives Five Italians and two negroos were dise store by a fire, suppoeed to have Wednesday night there were four bal- great comfort to liquor men and injured by a blast near Nicbolasvillo. been set by an incendiary. Loss $.',.000. lots taken, Carlisle starting with '.'A and who are preparing to make a tent out The Richmond Gen. John Bidwell, a prohibition! ending with ;'J; McCreary with 10, going desperate fight this fall for the repeal of 7,415 letters and postal cards last week. candidate for governor of California some to 15 and ending with PJ. Li mlsay start tho prohibitory law. The decision was It is estimated that the loss by Mis- years ago, has .aucd all his grape vines ed with l't! and had M.) at the close; Knott in a habeas corpus case brought to pro sissippi floods will amount to f 27,000,000. io be pulled up to prevent the making of 21 to start with, but lost steadily and cure the release of a man from jail sent Judge George M. Sabin, U.S. District w ine on his place If this true, the genended with 1(1; Moore had l'J on the last there under the law. Judge of Nevada, died at San Francisco. eral is not only m c. but ad. f. Is more complete than any time this season. ballot and Settle 7. Gov. McCreary 'a 15 Ovor $100,000 worth of lots were sold Mr. James Ellis, who died in Casey were Senator Anderson and RepresentaThe democrats have nominated Richday's auction at Rockwood, last week, aged i!, was the f.tther of lfl tives Henslev, Long, Mathers, Rowlett, ard Vaux to fill the vacancy in Congiess at the first Tenu. children, 14 of whom lived to manhood Settle, W. 15. Smith, Tomlinson, Warren, caused by the death of Mr. Randall. He Mrs. Hannah Grissiin dropped dead and PJ still survive. He liutl 85 grandAfter was formerly mayor of Philadelphia and Williams, Stephenson. Welch, iu Georgetown as she was returning children and 10 great the fourth ballot the caucus adjourned a half a century ago was secretary of le- from church. His wife is still living, nged 78. till last night and at the session yes- gation at the court of St. James. The There aro now 101 L'nion soldiers in A bribery law has been enacted in terday the members voted scattering, as fact that be had ibo honor on one occa- Congress and SI who served in the ConNew York which makes the acceptance the day before. sion of dancing with Queen Victoria niny federate army. by a public officer of a bribe in any guise It begins to look now like Carlisle is a not be in his favor, but it is stated that Tho Western railroads aro at wir a felonious offense, punishable by imThe balloting does he w'll be elected beyond peradventure. dead sure winner. and a rate of f:5 from St. Paul to Chicago prisonment for not more than 10 years not show our candidate as stiong as we He was nominated on a clear-cu- t taritl is now being made. oi or by a fine of not more than hadcounted.whilc Carlisle is gainng right reform platform, which is rather singuGeorge Powe brutally murdered his both. along. While personally we should lar, since Mr. Randall was a pronounced Joan Bruce, near Rock Woman suflrage won a great victory like very much to see our excellent con- protectionist. Tho nomination is a capi- Haven and escaped. Edgerton, Kas., the other day, and in gressman honored with the nomination, tal one and very effectively settles the A heavy snow, eight inches at sever- the town elected a complete set of female j we have naught but praise and good differences that threatened to disrupt the al points, fell in Minnesota ami North ofiiecrs. But their official acts were soj will for the great champion of tariff re- party in the district. Dakota Wednesday. ridiculed and laughed at that the city form and if he is nominated we will reA shad was recently caught in the government got milled and resigned in j joice almost as much as if our favorite O. II. RoTHACKKtt, late editor of the Delaware river, measuring :J1 by inch- a body. Carlisle seems to be the Omaha Republican and formerly editor had won. Charles Blythe, the negro who is to es and weighing l.U pounds. choice of tho people now and their voice A the Louisville Sunday Argus, in which instructed for Col. be hung ai Columbus, O., on the .Id, for Mason county is the voice of God. his undoubted genius was first displayed, Matt. Adams for clerk of the Court of the murder of Col. Jones, was formerly is dead at the early age of o4, that dread janitor for tho Madison Club, at RichTiis attorneys and courts have done disease, consumption, having cut him Appeals and Daviess for Madden. Two fieights on tho E. T., V. A G. mond. Ky., and tho club has sent $5 to conKcmmler, the Now York murderer, And We Have down before reaching the prime of what collided near Chattanoogo, killing J train buy him a s breakfast before ho demned to die by electricity, h great and promised to be a very brilliant career. men and causing u fearful wreck. is strangled. grievous wrong. He was booked to die He married a daughter of Public Printer Theio was another horrible caisson J. Golden has been appointed post- - ' tho first week in May and he made his Rounds, but after a few years they I'nlnski., mill Mm.. accident in river at Imisvillo Wednes- nt lltir,ii.iili. - .. .Illicit. Ml JI.. ..U.V..,, preparations accordingly. He read the as there was little congeniality be- E. M Caton, at Pine Hill, Rockcastle. day, bv which Awiittant Superintendent Bible, sung Psalms and was fully preparof his earlier Tho republicans agreed on Col. fcilas Mitchell and three workmen were drown death and his Mak- tween them. The friends ed, he said, to meet days grieve over his uutimely death and Adams as their candidate tor L . . fcona- - eil and several others injured. The er. Hut a Btay of proceedings was grant far outweighed tor and ho gets their 18 votes rightalong. caifcson, owing to insecure fastening, ed under a habeas corpus writ ami extoll his virtues, which Mcn's,;iloyK' genius. Rev. Sam Small, the evangelist, has was ovei turned. Kemmler, satisfied that ho will not die tho faults of this erratic Among tho work of the New Voik announced himself as a candidate for after all, has given his spiritual advisers Thk House has passed Mr, McChord's tae Ueorgia Legislature on tho prohibi- - legislature, just adjourned, was a prohicold shoulder, substituted ungodly the bition amendment to tho constitution, to eougs for church hvmns and backslided bill, which is designed for a solution of tjon ticket John S. Anderson, of West Virginia, i)0 submitted to tho popular vote at the generally. Thus a bright little angel the troubles in the mountan counties. It was spoiled and Kemmler follows in piovides that tho Commonwealth shall brother of Judge Alex Anderson, of Dan- -' election this fall. It is believed by those the footsteps of his real master, of whom have a change of venue iu criminal cases ville, died at the hitter's homo this week familiar with New York politics that it will be badly beaten.; it is said: When tho devil got sick, a wherever it appears that a fair trial, by of paralysis, aged 50. -- Col. Samuel B. Churchill, Secretary Tho mayor of Cedar Keys, Fla., nnd monk he would be, but when he got well reason of a state of lawlessness in the community, cannot bo had. Tho bill 0( tjie t;tato of Kentucky under Gov. the town marshal aro on a howling the devil of a monk was he. seems to bo an excellent ono and it is to j joun jJt Holm, and a man of fame thro'- -' drunk and are terrorizing tho town. Tin y Owino to the bad feeling of some of bo hoped that the Senate will promptly out the South, is dead at Louisville, aged ' siiot at the keeper, threaten Carlisle's managers, Little Phil Thomp- concur. It will prevent tho necessity 77. ed to kill the L S. collector, tried to --TheO. At O. will put wnBle-far.GO son was sent for to harmonize matteis and expense of sending soldiers to tho BhMt tho raUrM, Bfenti lrovo UlB Ep8. . round-tritickets on m lo May iu for tho and he seems to have succeeded. It lawless counties, and from which no lastof town OI1 ,,.liM ot tt ministc.r out ... ' '" excursion iu is stated that a number of Carlisle's ing good results. vo the telegraph 10rgtiWj,j,,j,jnK mi tue unveiling oi mc kii-u-i "cu "iu,,u operator a terrible beating. warmest supporters from his district do Times and other The Courier-Journanot speak to him, the reason for their A petition is being circulated in Dr. Van Dyke astonished the New MODEL GROCER being to get him out of their newspapers art bringing great pressure earnestness Boylo nnd being largely signed asking York Presbytery a few days ago by sayfor Congress. In tho event of his to bear in favor of Mr. Carlisle for way representative to vote lor Carlisle. ing, "I know not what others may do, election there will he a dozen candidates senator, and numerous counties aro their holding meetings and instructing for Tho eauvi thing is also being done in but, as for me, I intend to keep on disin the 0th. him. There is no doubt that tho great Shelby county. believing, ignoring nnd denying the docW. L. Lyons has been elected mayor And Spades; Mr. Butterworth is ono of the Big trine of reprobation. I will teach that statesman is fully deserving of the honpro tempore of Louisville during tho ab- or of an election, but tho same thing can Four of Ohio politics, and evidently tbeie are no infants in hell, no limits to & sence of Mayor Jacob, who takes a for- bo said of McCreary, Knott and Lindsay, meaus to have it understood that he is God's love; that there is salvation open eign tour for the benefit of his health. each of whom have served the party long not a mero follower of Mr. McKinley, to all mankind and that no man is punAs Mr. Lyons was president of tho Louand well. They are all good men and no who iu another of the Big Four. Ho ished but for his own sin. Is that Also a lull stock of Landreth s, D. M. 1'crry & Co.'s and Cross man s isville Baso Ball Club last season ho matter which is elected, Kentucky will spoke against his alleged taiilf reduction ? Before God, I don't know rr Garden Seeds in papers. would seem to bo fully competent for care. It is christianitj 1" bill Tuesday. bo well represented. the duties devolving upon him. ! : thing he can to fulfill the obligation of Tiik Senate and lloue are at loggerthe former management, incurred thro" heads on the dependent pension bill. Mr. Wilgus, except to run the special Tho former body passed train, which would coat $2,000 and be bill which (trover rhargeable to his department. It is his oily vetoed sovonil years desire, he told us, when we called at his House changed it to a service bill, giving Xeverin the history of our establishment, hare ire been able to make such array of low prices as will prevail 'this week throughout event department. Our ;Large Display of Men's and Boys' Hats prices: ll a a a a a a a ad quawouuer uais Buckeye hoc; Hats sac ' Buckeye flats,i"u, full size, zoe, a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a aa a a a a a ,,.. - .... a a a . . :.uc. woruioUe: fauna Straw Hats 10c worth 20c, Joe worth 25c. .Men's fancy Straw out cents apiece, worth Boys' wr..h p A BEAUTIFUL LINE pie-elud- e big-heart- Great Ba roams for this in Gents' Jfats at and all our better Jrades pf Men's and Boys' Fur and Straw Hatsworth SIsold this will do not sell Hats just, for fun, but for half their former price. take great plea saw in assuring our friends that lead the town flats just as buy large quantities of Clolhin Dru in Clothing. Shoes, flats, Prunks, Carpets, Matting, and pay and selfor cash. The qualities of the and the low prices drain the trade Main Street, Stanford, m. SiUmGER, MANAGER. j Men s Stiff flats will sold this at $1.50, worth $2.50. will sell this a beautiful hue Gents' new Crusher Ualsat worth 7w. i 1 j -- ,,t s j Duress j s I I j 1 resub-missionist- s, post-ofiic- e i Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, &c, SEVERANCE & SON. grand-childre- I father-iu-lat- t, SPRING CLOTHING. vS i Our Goods are Now All In j first-clas- j sep-erate- d, Ki.-t.- .i AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT line of Pants. -- and Children's Suits, Light and Dark Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also larjjc j STAGG & McROBERTS. j light-hous- e j u p , '""""i l, "l-'H- t. AoAoWAMMIEW V" For (Harden Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks Northern Seed Irish Potatoes, Red White Onion Sets, Peas and Ilcans in hulk. Cal-vanis- in j,4 .. ,r.j ; - - jhgw -s - .str!,.-- ? . Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky May It;, I GUARD WELL I THY 3 HEART. ouppv in Ixjlftvhig that tvlslre.t tliaiiif1 cour.-.- ; thin; "cm nil a Id It wmuod A FEEDING CALVES FOR BEEF. ! MISS i KATE HOGLE Stanfoiid MM) Guard w.l t' y hoart sot iu-kctrnap Tho c'K.nki. n ad !o I n awe- iirtoily I at Ho lint; frni the rv.in leap The iilrU of uiimst Mt (nil, Ami thy llfrt stark chaos fall. w j i 3X22. M.I.KN PAGES. i; i i (r Oiinrsl wi'll thy noon heart' res not ctKitc.il Willi virions fair Unwearied aeek" Till I lion Itail found the true lore unit lly him who watvlioth o'w tin wrsatr, ! Ihi (Ik HNppMstnl h twtl. ' "Ob. of n ity that but itnt know " "Yon think tlmt m would fail touinlcr-itiiin- l nil this, nml would lx.' unhappy in another llf liecnuxjof the Iwipplucaslrn would Irnro Mtpimewl himn!f to Imvo lout hi thlr' "ItMnnmUn littl' iiii'.:"rl torn: t in that rm isruUl ALLEN A: ATWOOD, ll thy Ixxirt OimhI Protect trilli Jnaloit Drtinajnsl, l trough ml i lark coiri.-nii.t- H"ear a. ii Johnson City, Tonn. R. C. ifiow tln utrtf". thy In. Iff rulHtli .rvrr oil OtUwu Owl. i.iai-- lit' irii" it tttrobf lng llfrt B" nut certnin Injuktrre In rKill wnj." "But fmi't that hlont what jott iiimm "Why, .sen. I MipHte It K Tln-r- ueonw a " e TIIK SLKICII IillK. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. OnYenn Main street, n.p.uiie rtin.ln lions,1 up toll Nitrous O suit-- l ,.ts K'.eii paiales eMMtllllir i I K i 31 AN'rOttD. ki:m It t I) 11. W. vaiatrd ly .1 )r OISc B. I'KNNV, in oltd e , Dentist. Sjuth tid . j Mtim trM-i- , I. F II .fin.n Unfold. K) i.contl)' i an n glowing Mill irnint; Uhiii lira fnMt iiw of th night peevim itin makr it. TIm ir U mild. hihI yet tlwt miiv m not mrlt.t.1 rnoUjt'h to po4l llw aMghlng, mid Tnn I'limf ami Kittle Muynnrd n lit eujovlng what l Known In PVhon ap thy "tun mite drive " Tlie "ton mile drive-- i long trtch of winding country imil, following w hlch onu rirrten thrw Infer, now froMm over; imisma through tb f tuns-- towililps, ami after all rurMHrvairf lull ami dale, of woodlnnd u ml of wfiofi, conies. b.u k U th Hinge fiym aftm-noo- The In m bright rnt"r H.EMO VED! I wliirft IwatarlMl. rwltv little hVton, nestled down among the bUU like ti m. i4eun "Ami if the universe wtw manneil in a feminine way.'' Tom aald, xmiling. "I ui-,jTim wolihl have been forml to hare nil (hi explained to him noon hi entrnnce to n not he - world mi that li might Milfer 111 much an imaaible In tlie knowledge tlmt even the joy tlmt be Ix'lievwl hu ImiiI wa n ithnm, iiimI that there w a only iKiM'iienn and sorrow lie oml It nil. Tho alternative does not hjoiii '' to me so miirli to be de-ir'(Jf crnirne not. the way you put it." "And how wo, ild m put itf" nmured "I ajiould ktiy that he Hli'iuld of life, nml that to that Iw hml hml the hit death wnt not nmlly tlm inisfortuno it had mimed to Iilin." "Hut doen it Neeiii toyou iimlMblr tlmt he would believo it wiont having it provisiir "I .lout hnow," j.lw rM dmibtfully ; "I hnd not thought of thaL" Tom laulwfd with the elisy uiaaculllie us- imptino of niwrlorlty and flicked ht whip at tlie liimhe whlcli rrowdnl down to the cl btipin to liiin." liid"Hth - nut knowing tlmt wnn the U'nt tiling that nit!l lit- m lt I' ; I'lncvillc, the best specimens of them that could be '! Weil, wUnt partf" procured. "I'or my part," he tatd anvnely, "I never Tho Horkshire is black in both hair and could ee why a gn n.ttl net -. jint IreetttiMi skin, but in dreseiiug the black skin -.- cs5s os know- - tult', stir with the hair and the pork "iXm't al.UMt Kirla." Kittle broke in so comes drpHwn p.rfiH'tly white. The hair is line uaetiiy that fur the hie of tier sun tvmld not and gIo-y- , but rather thin and quite free m.tsW. Ml WfTu5ail f J5 think of any thing in ptuUcular to iy. front all tendency to the woolly under"Simply iMK'Miiise she knows),' Tom Ktoiitly, "luul" coat which is so much disliked in pig. Proprietor E. "But s4in dustsn'l know." There is a white splash on the face, tlie Ivve'i'y mi cs the Slmrte t t But it n of u, tiso for Kittle to inteirupt feet tire white and so is tho end of the now ; Tom had made tip ill mlml tail. These peculiar marks ate all reproto lluish his sentence, and tlnisU it he did. duced very exactly in the pure breed. "Just Imhiiu-- o she know, tlmt a lellow is' in Central L'mou deI must say 1 know of no other variety Making direit conneitiens pot for ,,Uiiu'nilwrf"niiwied Kiltie. "I nhotildn't love with her." of swino that is so desirable for the farm- St. Louis, Muhigan Points, Chuago, forgut If should live to Iwa tlnxwind yruis "Tom Prince:" cried Kittit , "did you hrinj He lias reicntlv a.'ded lo it appointments er for hams, shoulders ami bacon. Will buffalo, Cleveland, Ditroit, old. I wnti iwvk'v n. frightuiiwl in my life." mo hero to talk lo mo like runt f" Indianapolis and the West, I did," he aiiswereil; "und "It win Jut hin'li a day n thK," Tom went "Of it iam Crozier in "How the Farm I'ays." Canada, New Knslund, on, "und oti know that would bo just as well for you not lo pretend Also New Yorlc, I'iiIiiU of Interest. "Don't," Kittle hroke in. that yoji didn't know it, too." Livory Stable A First-Clas- s "Don't whatr "I would never have conio if" There aro grazing tracts in Alabama Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore. To accommodate the demands of his increased "Don't talk of it till wo ut oil thU hill." "If you hadn't known that I should say it where land is $1 an acre and butter .15 Ouulest tune to Harrodsburg, I rankfnrt Ky. Hot Turnouts furnished transient patronage. Kiihmond, YIRCIN'IA Shortest and "Why not" sooner or later." cents a pound, while milk is 10 cents a' Commercial I ravclcrs and others Quickest line to "Tom Prince, you are hoi rid!'' "It in fcllly, of courbu,' ho answered, "hut quart. Tho horses just then i upiiresl so much of it makes mo nervous." If a hen eats her eggs, kill her. "Tlieti I will nnt sny a word inoro about it, the driver's attention that he wus tumble to not wen to remind jou that lht Mone they throw into the conversation at this point the The Southdown sheet) is growing in Solid Trains, h.iggags cars, smoking cars and R. B. truck on U the onu we pn.sMtd live minutos caresses which traditionally twlouged there, DOOlllnritv. nml bro.s-b.rurn iniiu.rt in.r couhes. Pullman boudoir Sleepers through with . out change viaChattan oga, Ifirminghain, Merid.. t. . , ago." but ho did manage to lean over and suiituh, it 111 larger numbers than ever oelore. ian making direct comieitlons en toute for Knox, "Wumi'I it horrlblef" Kittie went. on, SUCCESSOR TO at a gallop, ns It were, n ki- - from the reel Give cows at calving time bran mixed ville, Asheville, Lynihhurgand oinls the her own woiiU "To lijis which were x)iiting so prettily lesido iiiurin up with warm water. This food should M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, think of his heinj; killed when he uus having him. bucli u Kxl time." "Tom!" she cried, more explosively than bo continued till the calf is a week old. . 611 4TH AVENUE, "I don't know," Tom replied "It before; and yet such it the weakness of hu- olinl.it-1TliOM tsj nn a.ltala illilmnl .s ..s..s...-IK.CUI....U.UUU A, Chattanooga for Atlanta. Columbus, Wilming lias alwayf wi'iiie.1 tu me tlmt it ii much bet- inanity tlmt she leaned over toward him, pi'OOf llOg. If tlliy mail wants to Sell VOU inn, Charleston. Augusta, M.uon, Savannah, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY ter to get out of lifo when one is happy than mid thus gave him an oportunity to repeat llrunswick, Lake Cil),Tlioiuasille mid FLORI such he is a swindler. when otio is Mid." tho reprehensible ei'foriuniicu. DA points. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish in one way, of amr-Of the remainder ot their ride it is not the it "I have determined never to physic The ouly line running solid trains with choice "Y; "but to leave plttuMint thing!, lioudoir or Palace miiht probable that either of them hud uuy very any more cattle," says wise Mr. J. A. Pullman without ilt.oige lerSleepingltCars 10 Stock 01 s illu of aty lut hauler than to leave llaiiiif that are not clear idea, and it is ouly on record thnt they Campbell, of Jackson, Miss. or baggage. Calnst nitil Vlnnltroitiart. i Ifiinta.t.itl'aD !1an pleasant." were so late in returning home that Kittio's uiiisjoioti itaaix.a S'Vt.rliu. sv.lllt unu UaIs ts'tld that cattle sent from the north Florence Memphis and ARKANSAS points "W'n don't look ut things h much from the mother hnd worrhd herself half int.) what Shortest and quickest tu Anniston Selma, Mo' to the extreme, southern states are at- bile. Direct coiineitions made at NKW OR fctandioiiit of the jhtoii us from out own," ho was pleased to siieak of us conniption washlsiuiNwer. "Xoivyou take It in Tim's lit," nu uilmeut which is not recognized by tacked with an acclimation fever, ami 'LEANS without omnibus transfer for (oils estan, Houston, Austin, cu.se. Everybody said how hurt! it was for medical science, but which is neither the less many of them die. Kvcr brought to the city o( Louisville, now open nun to Im cut 011 jui wueu ho wasuappy ana common nor the less taiiRiblu on that account, a. tablespoonful of saltpeter once a day TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA when ho thought May would marry him; but But it was to be. noted thnt nil disposition is recommended to cure bloody milk in including the 1 he only through line to Jackson and that is not the way in which to look at it, it to interrupt anything Tom might wish to say n Isburg, KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS seems to me. Mit.. Shrvveort La., making direst connections hud vunlshed after hu had succeeded in get- - cows. without omnibus transfer fir Dallas lort The early chickens are the ones that Austin San Anlonia, El I'aso and points in Worth tho whole of that sentence. IIo had "It Is only fair to consider that if ho had Andattnmy own importation of Kngjith Hat li vttl ho would Imvo found out that May was ting out tho sih-- so completely broken tlmt Kittio pay best, by far. Pullets Unit arc hatched and Caps An elegant lino ol Canet and Lyon's playing rust nml looso with turn all tho time, could nut get him to say hulf enough in the out from the lirst to the middle of April TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. Celebrated Umbrellas always ou hand. Kins aad ho would have had to suiter not only laino Hue, although he talked for an hour or will make good laying hens next winter. ' I"or through ran- -, correct county ni.ip and full but from th-- beastly same strain. From fro"' IIV. " on SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, tiessof own brother, who ihad roully mean-- two in the that young women which it is to He no scrub farmer! Banish forever k"i7A'J taken be argued Tiar. Pass. Agt., Lexington. kV But no; nothing can bourgued concerning jscrtth stock and scrub crops and bo a j Gloves and other Furs, a specialty. Orders out- - her away from him. Don't you think that it D. C C. hAK' KY r.nwAKDs man among men. Southern Live Stock side of city solicited, perfect satlsfactior guaran-- wns far happier for him to go while ho was roung women. llenry Miuiilger hi Boston (. P AT A.. Vice Pnsune t Ignorant of nil this, and while he was still Courier. tail to order a NOIU1Y HAT -- would win. Charge reasonable. Speln its fine rtpHtatloa. r At l.nxt. hf did or ilnl not know cial altentMM to the Iras hag pttlrhc it, Tom Uliilriilntily did drive "Wl, ami h" M. I' NKWCOMII. I'rep. dIpo I.Niktl hi Ixil in the fur rap ami fur S) It Ml Vrrnan, Ky, thin trimmed rout in whljji day htt iu nrrovfl. Kutif, of ootnx', iivtfndi-- l -- - OLD n mutter not to look nt li i in at ull, Ink-of f net Mm i""ll Id not have kept httr t'Vfh olT hltn if her life hud ik'l'iHlel upnii it. 8ln m well onoiinh worth lotikin lit I k lit SIONMI mlctit U. udihil. with her skin nlMl ,'in color in ht--r clitHtks. Tom P. W. GREEN, imimii Mt prtuiy in iiiuuKiii ii lino the h"e hotel, tefitlrd and re Hat ins lra-e- d her life, mid it ! not lniovilile that he wai ri.rnithrd. I am prepatvd t'i at . ommudat the pub puit rijlit in the pair eut In In lle Kate reasonable (loni hklmmni); ulon; tomailer Alhwf tiio nlelgh the Juik'l'nk' hed Liters and Samp, e li I in b;lU willed hut mi iintiiy a time I . n hihI nml wlm-l- i rannoi hiiekneywl or dull despite of it nil, the) weie n very attinetive mid ihnrmiii; yotiiiK ioiM'le, nml tlmt one ouulil wifely F. U. RILEY, Proprietor, maintain in tho fuiv of uhntever oontra- - - illi'troil. t. They lmil not miii'li to i) nt Tom wan a gooil drvil cvuphtl with hl- - horxm, I base aioved to ray new llfXelansi a better hud not ool for ahis nml lueeaied titan e art xcomstioaale the public whkh x . nml n.t for Kiltie, t.ostd I.ivarj'auaeJrea aa4 twary csMfrauaacc 4t-- were freoli mvordluj-ltired. Que me a call. ilm luul iihhjkIi to do in wiita'hiii; Tom iiimI FRANK RII.KY. 77 jireXrdiii that li ai utterly fiMliirersut whettwr 4ih were here in tho hleih with Tom I'rluoi", or itil ut liointi drwiiin over in Iter Aunt 1'rU'illu'i thf in..! ktiirfil Jielf of liteliMMrx of dead mid Roll" liitvttoii-nr.- . ) II OWF.s. Manager l Shf was tw WlUifiilly to cure whether ulie .aid unj thing or not, nml it wjv not until they got to Ackloy'. 1IUI tlmt tli-- v ttegnii lo tnik nl nil. f rn i r;t ft ihis popular h ifl Hill r im. a .ii tprpNtref eh of ttenrly u mile, - riMiit rr tn .n it a ut ! .J ititrtiif tty f t It tf mr I'M r1 .iikJ VMtiitrd (mm one of thuM.' tiiMM lull vliii'ii uwke drivuit; tn nt rrno ted and Jn certain mrtKof New KnliinU j. t in, thr (miI It like doing r thiiik ilour i itr nit uiul i.mtort dml jiitimi. of the path, woHiire ill Um li tit nr.cr tat ftliri4Ak ,tirt 1'hr li of viitne Tliepnn.-eie.- l uliii( for a little l.v J r. nWKNb ilhi'M it nt tire foot of toe long gntiN, hut they were artpikintml with th- - plaee of old, nml it hardly needed the tviil t.i remind I hem that Uiey lmil m th'iil of uphill pulling to do t.n V .'.HUt' to thr top ot tlie .lope. "Itin ktrungi. Imw these old plait, liriug up tlillix." T 'III Mtld Mlddenly, a tire efcrlgu H. BURNSIDE, Rllikii in. He sluwlv. "Jii.t then, when I loukeil up, the aught of the old hill, ami the feeling ot co"S l Acktey'.'. an I've ntteM Jo Hotel in- Kinlu. k h.is a Kriitr reputation rvlt.n, lirought up tluil time when Tim and ii- priprirl' is deteriti.ni ,1 that and Mar Mauley were thrown out shall be maintained lKlll't iM ri'lllillll.err' 1him chllduool. and ill thst S. t il Icmalc tH'f for what lll'dll hUD. hood, liefer tlnjr had icon tlie fnrnMTo nroMtid iiImhiI mlli tlwir "wllra-km,- " tbrt li'ul )ln.TfJ nt Iwing Ivit hi thu K. CKISSS, nwulntkMi rmiMtrr Ihiioii. SIikm Tuim hml Kittle BTiulwHtl fr.nn mltag. n P I I I.K'MM'IIP IVTiAlj J'iO 1 A 1 VJ i 1, hHilrMrlfrmi lnimiliiigwiiml.UMrilmil n inniiii..! iiteimr of riiiiiii iw Ky., It hm lnn.Hl tlimn 'lluiki tlmt thev lhl n M 4lc ir n ttir Ii e prnprrl) in Ih. nut wholly i'iin mu itr micIi other hi tlw mihI rliuunl htmhi nncli met, nml tlmt I. ir mpoudrlK tinoniuiv iit of lUr ftillf IImI. l 7 It n IxinkT to ImNNiii HiiUiintMi with till Ktmnger wlio lion tli mini of nn cthl frieinl ; t.i i vs. VM.A Kl IAS uihI xtfoitnl iimny of thf otil truiu tliMii It momM hure Un to u frch fiiiiHUhii a t Hal tru;fT. "Ith ime ulio wn- Iwil KI"Ihii hIi of mrh o lter fnini Attornnj'H nt I,uw, th vurr ntiunttit- - of th ne mmiioii lh-. 327 Fifth St., - Louisville, Ky. nl'uh lb"y rr11 '"tmn-1- ;'-;- hml iw nlrwulv .Ml.trt ami thr Klttw .ht'lliwol mi it lUitimi from Tom to siikk KuiMihk ioi yr tutu thli wjr "Ion miiii ilrire" iihhi which litry Iri'l no ruitiarkDil T.lay, imwavcr, tliH W;iRlitful hoftirno of tlie wontli.tr, the J X" (.. UIVf.N. HI SK MAKIMOS' )rillinii.'3' ith whH'h tb- - mi hon, tlvetilit jf thr iptn f trotter in which Tmu tinik a GIVERS vurj JjUifkihln iirl.li1, hihI HThnrt nnnf REM. ESTXTE. tivivt HiolliKiUoti to ir a torn Ii of tlio olil tiiiic HirtatitMi, limi iiihiIi ICittic Niy iMMlwn - hml mm ih Moril fully iut.iHll to ny ihi, iiimIilrnw-lnlxni h4cii tlifi ii ho tlii n Lot., Cn.l, lr jnd limlr l.iid liou hl Imi k lrt oh Cum nt iitn. i uirpeilnHr )f not lu ileiutml tlmt Tom hnmlled It olu llrd il the riii rll, uihI it ! jinilxiMe that the joiiiik limn hiniMflf nmn not ignorant of that fact, it ivH Ntliij; a tronly nmrkr.1 t'Tlitlc of iHinlimnil swhIii-- . toUtwIiolly mi-- I MT. VERNON, KY. avtrirp of thu Kitiititioii-- . In which they are i; to tln ce of tliu TrtiteM and Holelii still maintain most likely to U tln-I hair rrmo.nt tny oA CallrKr. Hl.rri- vl tlmwillr.Jrn Ofipo f.mnd t tiii iiet' nl Twn and KiUbt romltlde. viM hml U "It nt-- Ivorrld of lier, anyway," Kitty known melt ..Utw from ilaytuf laiy u lid girl- irivlevmitly, after n inonient of ellenro. nnr W. nnyrn .'UIj1 Iwer, jl Barbourvillc, . f'-- r inn-IHr- voice. ippotoj," ho wild, "tlmt men naver luive any Mien of what women ranlly think of the m " Ton' "I "Horrid of lierf Twn rvhfieil. "Ye, of May .ManKv." "Oh. Mnv; yea." Hut Jip girt her reward. They were mlnt again for nhtth) Uuic, and when he apoke ngaln there wr a nev Uno to liriiUn I.Ito tirtc I'linnitr'a Improved .letliixU 1te.it rriiiluelns Murliliiet, I would prefer to liavo t'nlv.M ilrpppcil in Ki'bnmty and I would let them have ill tlio milk until tlio following .Soptem- Ikt or October, then wcati ami givo them ill tho rimer hfiy tln-- would eat. to- guthcr with nil tli hIicIIoiI oati ami helled rum in eipnil iiuutitttieri that can Ihi crowded into them. And right hero wish to impr'"H uom you, my brother farmers, that not until vott recognize nml ii'cept oh a correct axiom tlmt tho young mutt producing annuals kept on the farm are tiavil as mere uiurhiiies to convert grain into lieef, pork ami mutton, will the right kind of nttrceiw attend you. In thu feeding of calves great care and judgment should be exercised in starting them aright. At this period thorn is great danger of overfeeding and of blast- ing their future ttsef illness. For the first 'two or three ... they must Ihj fed ... . very cllIllll.v wun grain uiiiu an gei ttown 10 tut. mess, troni tins onino nin- chines ate to Ihj run to their full capacity. The more feed you can get into them the larger will be the piolit in the end. The calves are kept on this feed and fed their grain twice each iltiv, morning nml night, in boxes, cleaning out the ooacs 111 eat; levunig, until uiu grass is r I. llt..,,S.. t .11 l.t i in- fr.,l.,r ws out. ii luiii, rai.v .ii t Iw.- niti tll tlu. iii.srvilr... suitable feed ,... .. ...n 0.1 t00 iioeniliv anp- iuiiiunioi.ui plied with salt and have all the 'witter thoy want, free from ice. Tho ice is kept out of the water tank by a tank heater, which can be run at a small ex- poiiho. When in the spring tho grass is of Milheicnt size to turn on I should the use of tho hay and oat a and continue the corn, either shelled or broken up. (Jeorge Wendell. ' Candidate for lo the otlke of of Common Sc ho.. Is, Kkition lint tonda in Autmt next W. II. MILLER rePrr",lt ContitntMinlCcnC'itioi.. ceenty In the 3 Ir. A. S. PRICE, OTlOTS - 31. liaCmdulite to the A .B , P. Ilriiikley atio, oftte bcm..lMic rCltrkorlhc Court or Apuealt. party! om. Mam SPROEON- DENTIST v.l.ie.1 street. oer V II. Mc Roberts' hie .. Drui tnre, Stanf.nl. -- st, fiK, Farm. Por Sale. I I 1 I de.irp to ell tliv farm of ahm.t nn res .t.i .Ilea about i', milt, ii,,nl. ol Mantord n t'.ei llusti llrinili pie, oppoolr tin 1.1 chim h lherc are ahoiil 50 aire-i- n n rve; ihe .al.iiice whiat of the farm well t ... it iod dwelling of four rooms and kll. hrn Anil .. tln,li,l n.v barn, it well watered and fen, ed '.m.-t an be given nnme(iatily. lor partuular-- , Wj, J. moley, Stanford, rr write the tinder ineil at i.iniinnaii, imiu h. WIlllfcK.S . t,m , POSTED. ! J. T. SUTTON cS; HUSTONVILLE, KY. COn Wi-eli- 11 Thu notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and others not to trespass on our land- - without per. AreliU in the lnisre- - and r. a. v n do anv in ","on. ofallauih willhe proseiuted to th e lull- - thing or the I'ndertaknik' line jIIWe hase a full stoik Cases and Caskets of kinds and Rohei est extent the law. Signed of every Our he.inc, which it nearlr rj v. HOLMKS I) P W. I.O(;.N. new can be untamed n short Mr. "HIMIKKT KICHAKDS JOSH ADAMS Green lias ihare nleur busmettnotice. will J. If ihoJ and II W C.AINKS. J. 11. McKINNKY our good le anv one needing auythini; in our Mrs sAMFOKI) IRWIN, JOHN (r LYNN, in Mr. ALICE TICKER JUS. II.AI.I.OU. 6tf STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. . plea-'- 1 1 L U - 1 - 11 111 j i'atnt Flour made at Stanford Rollir Mill. rN r,r it it rnn, ia. .. 11 .. . . jr. t .1 if .ny 1. . inn 15m .. an Iiiisnu, .. 'jt-uuu uri(C ii.ic them to keep it nr get an order from them and n plea.at.l a" ??L,l' '"fV'1 miniiy ' w'" anutmercttnig w n. HiTln. Superintendent. -.M !,. 1 All persons wishing a pleased wife let them use i I life and well S50 HETaTARD I will p n ' 11 , ! a run - Rea 1 .' of (,f "'"tee n 0U1KI OUtting" Timber Or Dam-m- i aging- any Improvements On tin' I, II,. I fifty Dollars for infiiima-1- 1 ,ny unauthoriied per-o- n n prn ens G. A. BENEDICT & CO., Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, KY di.s-car- d TANFORD, Wells drilled to order and Pumps I ur lushed factory prices. r "Hln i it lm niy t'.r f 5 HERMON. Kentucky. e NEWCOMB weil-Vae- HOTE.L j Iim-Iii- fair Kimh". wlifthi-- j iiu u WEaWERFORD HOTEL. I ; her-ixilf- .lt M-- Proprietor. 'l"r iipt i" THE MLKY HOUSE, Ikh.-oii- London, Kentucky. -- Hi-- U-e- n "Oh. oiididr I did." "Of "I mipkimm; but that docs not uvtvunt for Iwtind to break hi jiisttheu when yiMir I wn oing to siiy" "I do not see," Kittle ngnfu iuterrupteil hastily, "why you should mnke mi much out of mi little, tit if I hn't-oui- e deep hnd schema in mind every time I sokeof tho view." "Then you did not know what I watuliout tllWIVf "Why . Imw in th world should 1, Tom?" Then why don't you ask what it wasi" "Oh." Kittle retorted, tosaiug her pretty head, "do you siipiv-- s' that I think everything )oil might linv.i Mild to bo of h great imiiort-mic- e that it niiiiit Ihi l.xike.1 bnek to and carefully willed up if It ilo- -t get interruptodi" "Vi'i'v likelv not, tlmt is what 1 comphiiu of." Kiltie twirled her mutt' in her hand-- , and Tom lashed tho 'snow with hit whip for a moment, neither knowing just what touynext. Then Tom siike ngaiu, a little mivukvIv. "Hut if ou do not care w hut I no. 1," In ousel's ei I, "..f isums it it of no Use for mo ever to try to make you Iitteii to it." "You do ii..t put so much strost on my breaking in ju-- t then," she returned DII.LIOSS SWITCH, KY While over at Iltn lington, in Kit Car-m- u "Vet-,"- ' county, we .saw out Christian farmer Tom Hil.tsereil detihlelly; Dealer In alwitjn kuotr. ouly they gvnerally refuse to thereabouts. IIo was riding in a farm Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps own it to nnyhod.t v and not iiii'rwpieiitly wagon behind n pair of patient oxen, tlis-will n.H even own it to lltonielveV Roots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, harnessed like horses. The harness con- I'mware, Furniture and a "1 do not agre" with joo," Ivitty returnwl, wwtikil .if trii'i.a irirtba liri..liinrr 1)ntt-f- i with nu air which said far ino'e than the coiiarsand reins. Tho reins wero fast - Conoral Line Groceries, mere worl, NninetiM., of couoe you ugr-- t w ith mu. encil into rings snapped into the noses of All kindsFancy Candies, Cron 'he, &.c of I'roduce taken m exchmjefor goods. f elHlrnl. The iHopOMtiou l Now you tho horned brutes. The driver a verv PostorTue, !.iingstn, K patriarchal looking old fellow managed know that here am 1" "Un't that ldue sky Jnt showing over tho them like a team of horses, and they esd and Sale giable readily. Ikwides lie-- , Livery, lop of the hill jn-- t lovely f" Interrupted Kltlv obeyed the reins hurriedly. ing much relief to the oxen, it appeared "It l nlwuyx so pretty to iMineiiporer more businesslike to see the driver tins hill uihI we it ctiuM out over the lakes." his team instead of at the side, as is Tom kiugl.isil algultUstintly. usual. The old fashioned yoke isbarliar-- ' rrm m my wopoltron," 'Thank jou hile tho oils and very heavy to carry, he aald. harness looks light and quite in keeping "I dnn't uudetitml." "Oh, no; of coun-- not; und yet If you did with Christianity, civilization and modnot know what wnt going to wiy why did ern improvement. This was one indicayon inteirupt ju-- t theuT tion we observed in the rambelt. Field W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. "Why, I I saw the sky Jnt then." ami Farm. LONDON, K . of men' tl.l.i!. .4 thorn any more thin Dit women ever know what men true of mihim 1 Iliirnes-l- ii Oseti. f "wo-tnei- Hnihland knntm as W A GtthV lim llmcnison t. (Jeorae lliit:hs, lU.tin Heirs', ! " U: ' .,) ""' '"'"it - i ' arrr rslce,V. Terry's, w m I iu' At Co - i,,ip- -v Hi, hia's 40itterarm, reeei hi ant! !rren , timber on ttuck Click, i7.urtr-- . John 1 iirnhullV tracts u. . .. ti in. .s' ,.., .in., ,,i,j, narristitarres. lolin , yo acres ,11. j. lo" 1" John Auderton's, 14 ash Harris' 57 aires, Freemiin's, too acret. acres. Kohlusnti Mill tract. I Tobtn's form Jovt ," ... Collins' farm, re,ry ,arm. A. Oooch's larm. on ('.fade Ridge, 600 acres, Henry Miller's. oo aires, Henry Miller s. 441 acres, Stephen (lurch's, isa atres. I) 11 V , !,;.. , tract. Strode Hnu-t- , Cottage near depot at Crab (Ini.ard, Hotel, Cottage and Storehouse at Otten- heim J OT1TNHEIMKR. 01 Agent for Owners larni-:.t 1 1 he !.?r.,' .....,, . Il.,,. V y Queens-war- e, of OLD KY. ROUTE Newport New s jt Mississippi Valley Co., "E. I). Solid Vestibuled Trains to ' Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, New York, Diuy Tast.Mall Daily A "I a--s Ih-hi- East and Southeast Onlj one night out Irom Lexington. Correitetl I une Card in Effect an it, iSVjo fr 1 vv STA1IONS. Vet r.xprets. Accom" sun .'Ex. Sun, Daily e Iterkslilro l'lgs. 1 have often had Berkshire hogs weigh, when dressed. 'J50 pounds at 3 months old. Their hams ami shoulders, when properly cured, Hnd a ready market in all large cities, and are of such superior quality that private purchasers often order them from our farms six months in advance. In IS6U I imported fourteen Berkshire hogs, a few of which I sold, to go to Mis- -' souri, at $000 each. They were exhibited Leasing both at the great jxirk packers' exhibition nt St. Louis, in 18T2, 1 think it was. where there were some 1.C00 entries of all breeds ' LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI from Europe, Canada and the United Daily, Secures to Travelers, States, and these, with their progeny. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE took first prize on boar and sow, first second .'prized on sow ami litter of pigs, Kver between the great brat prize Otl hogs Under a year old, and cmeson the Ohio River and Chicago, commercia and henc. -(Jtl Lse Stanford . u 31 n n 3 17 am 12 31 n"n " Lexington 6 10 pm ti 40 am 5 30pm . " Winchester ., 7 00 pmta 45 pm' g 40 pm " K. U. Junction " Mt. Sterling 7 3 P"1 5 pml 7 lopm " Morehead g 9 pm 3 43 pm, 9 aS pm ;. ... . ' Olive Hill 33 pm i " Ashland Good turnouts and saddle horses always lor hlri 10 30 pm J 35 pm " Catletttburg'.... n reasonable terms London is the most conven 10 43 pm " Huntington ... . '11 07 pm 5 SO pra 6 35 pm e.it point on the railroad to reach plae in thr Lve. Huntington 111 30 am n the mountain lion of the Atr Charleston I 53 am " Clifton lorge. 7 38 am ' I.vnihburg 11 45 am "Cfiarlottesville 10 50 am " Washington.-.- .. 3S pm " llaltlmore 1 5a pm " Philadelphia... 6 13 pm " New York 9 20 nm " Kichuiond. Va. I 40 pm g)Hcuisviut Ntw atum&C'iXACO Rr .0- " OldPointComfort . ...it Norfolk 1 I "But if v.Hf iiittndel to stop ieali unle-imy-ul- f, s lneM THE COMERCML HOTEL lok con-ten- Harrodsbury, 1 1 111 (h-- Kentucky. .4 tpt you atoppnlf" The top of the hill w as reuched ut this moment, nml Turn ruhevttl Iih feelings at fur us Ihi might by puttie- - the hor-- e ut their full speed. Tire sleigh dusked along mure swiftly fend merrily, while Kittle wutclnil her lurtively, wondering what lie would say or do next, and u little nfrutd Ixith to luive him wnk or lo Imve him keep silence, "Ftrr my jmrt," Iwgnn Tom. after a time, and then lie Mi tire senteuce uuthiisheil. Iww MMlhl I etik coin-pGro.- "I Intendeil l of course; nml i't rains leaving Lexington at 11.40 am and 1:30 dally, except Sunday c. nncct at Winchet-te- r for Richmond, Ky. and iwini on the K. C. R. K. Limited Vestibule Kx. froui NewYork.Philadel- h ia, Washington and all points East, at Lexington at 4:47 p m daily Stanford arrivesp nt. it cj (a.--t mail from Kichmnmf. Va ,.,,.! points east, Iliintingtoii, W. Ya, and all local stations ar rives Lexington at 11. 40 uoon daily except Sun uay II XT n m. i rticiommod.ition from Olisellill ami in,...i:.... l,ulu" sis.iuiioiiu, rsy., anu points on the K, C me lastesxnme ana most comlortable trains he Ky. arrises at Lexington 8:10, a in, daily, extween all points in the South, or to the West and cept Sunday Stanford 30 p m. lie sure tickets read read viaN. X. ,V M. V. Northwest. The counterpart of this train on al1 trunk lines it denominated The Limited Kxpress For time tards, tickets, and full informalion. The superb rolling stock we employ gives patron t'nliiuiled C.mlort write or canon Say Mi non. get Monon and stick to Monon, it O.W. IJARNEV, iicket Agent. you warn to save money and have a pletsant jour, S. A. RROMItERO.Trav. Pass. Act. ncv oi-.b-I or ml! inforinatir.ii, time cirdi, " 1;.., folders, a J. D YAI Xla.xi v rXS1 ad V. !., .' Lexincton, Kr I A NEW FAST MAIL p m 1 . i"l Us IIKKF.K,(. I' A , t hicu... Ill i'rW.li M. KOHI.RTs ;t .Stanford llLUKSHlltr. 1'IU. "nor tddret V.(. CKlSll.T I'. KM , I.onissille, Ky. 'f Kentucky Central B.R. "33r,tTI0 OltvYSS UOTJTIfl." The Shortest and Quickest Route from Contral Kentucky to all points North, 1 'sr,,fr:llu,.t;,JOUttn?,VRtSrFNT breed, because these 1 gJ tight in competition with 'jL'K'iilinZS1 M reeds, and of course ith J W. K ani- w fr j.-ii- r I THE MYERS HOUSE U-to- mgwm aaV 111 &2j' 9kWBMkw mwmmt sm:&&&A SsssMBatw isX nati. Lino between Lexington and Cincin.SCHKDI'LK IN KFFKCT NOV. ,7, ,883. No 2. East, West and South-Wes- t. Past No. Daily South-Houn- l'.x Sun. 10 i 44 Kx 111 No. fi. .Sun. 35 om. p ra 4 oS p m 40 p ra 1 1 Tool and IJilHaKl'I'ai lors I.se Cincinnati . I.ve Covington. Lve Falmouth... Arr Paris. . .. Arr I.iwngt.in Lve Pant Arr Winchester.. Arr Richmond... Arr Lancaster.... Arr Stanford Lve Richmond Arr llerea Arr l.lvington .. North Hound. I.ve llerea Arr Richmond.... I.se Stanford . . Lve Lancaster Arr Richmond. Lve Richmond. Arr Winchester. Arr Paris Lve Lexiugton ... I.ve Pans I.ve Falmouth.. Arr Covington. .. Arr Cincinnati . . ! S i 9 II 10 li 00 p III 10 J5p iii, 30 pja 11 o a in, .r.".....T.. 45 o jo Pm a 05 p mi pm 1 p m 7 3 40 P m 4 35 P ml p in ' 15 P m .... 3 OS P m S o p ml a m ( 00 p ml J a in 9 17 P ml 4 n 10 13 p in 5 t 00 p 2 no j Boston, No. 5 No. 1 o.j. ' l.ve Livingston.. S 00 a tn 10 35 a m 11 45 a in 7 10 1 I 7 45 NEW OMLKAKS9 111 oj a 40 00 a tn a m GE0GEGHAN.5 s j 05 P 50 p p 5 40 p 5 !0 p 4 l a 7 a 3 10 p m 6 lo in 00 p in 7 a m P am,, , in in in m 7 00 a " S3 a m, 9 3 a in 103$ a ml 10 45 a m 3 45 P m 4 5 36 p w 6 30 p ra 6 38 p m si p m MnV-rly- , 1 CaVH'IDOIAS, Jack-son- s p.'ssen-gert ' ' m IAT world-renolvn- ed , JPeU. V. 1 -- leed Don't llyi I Journal. Ctiisi. .'111. O Itranch, No 9, leaves Paris at 11, at S 45. P tn, arriving Maysville at 10 1$, a m, and 8 10. p m. No. at 10 leaves Maysulle at 5,13 a m, arriving at Pan at No. u leaves Maysville at 7 40, a in so and arrives at Paris at 4 15, p ni. These trains are daily except Sunday. No 43 leases Lexington 10 05 am; arrives Paris 10 js am. except Sunday No 8 leaves Cincinnati 5 10 pm; arrives Falmouth j 10 pm ; except Sunday No. 7 leaves Falmouth 600am ; arrives Cincinnati 7 55 am; except Sun.lav. Train Note. No. 3 run's daily between I.exing. ton and Cincinnati. No a runs daily betweea Cincinnati and Lexington. N'u und 6 make connections at Winchester tor points on ihe N N. ,V M. V. Ky IMI'OKI AN I- .- Trains of tint line now arrive at and depart from the Central Union Passenger Station Cincinnati, making coanectioni for all points North, East and West Through tickets and baggage checked to any tination reached bv a railroad. or full particulars address anv agent ot the Co II. IJACON, S. F. II. MORSF. Traveling I'ats'gr Agt., Gen'l 1'ass'g'rAgt., Lcxinaton, Ky. Cincinnati, O. W. L MUNSON. rav Pa.s. Agt.. Cincinnati. .H.li HUN flNlJ rilS, Oeneral Manager. OKNKRAL OFFICES' Chaml.er of Comnier. r lluilditis, Cincinnati, O. 8 1 1 On theMaytville 00, a m and No. t. Q x-- - P'wr:" I it f ir i i tone Isabel looked inquiringly at her husband, I who answered promptly: "Why tin, Ktmly, wo con d not think of sparing tho child; could wo, Mrs. Falconer!" "Certainly nothing but a deslro to obllgo Mrs. Stanford could bo an inducement, and wo should miss bar very much," replied Isabel, thoughtfully; she hod not realized how the littio one bud crept into her heart. "It would not be at all advisable," rejoined Mr. Falconer, decidsll, ; but hearing Grace's light step in tho hall, "we will leave uuce " Tho balin was soothing to tho mothor's it to her, and see if she wuhes to go. How heart, uud sho replied cordially also, with n jo it. Onieiof ' us the child came in, and, as littlo laugh: "Tho udmirntinn is mutual, thou, for Lilly quite raves over you; that picture which you and Hurvey sent quite cuptivutod her, and it ( u beauty; it takes a front rank in her list of gifts," ami then followed a description of tho wedding and fnuxfii, which occupied the remainder of the morning. In tlio afternoon more cullers cumo in. Mrs Harry Dwiglit among them, another prominent lady in the circle which Isabel was expected to enter. She had tired of Newport, sho said, and had come homo to lest; she Was a bright, stranger. cuptiv.u.ng little bodv, and, like abra.mg "I do benevt the girl's effrontery will breeze, cheered and cleared tho utmosphero carry her through any thu.g." she comwherever she wont. Society had quite muned with herself, as tho ladies chatted i f failed to s(K)ll her, nnd sho carried her easily on various topic: still she was warm heart where nature hnd placed it, In N. secretly pleaded, also, with the ability of ' . K, vXr-- v V direct communication with her bright, busy 171 her new relative to acquit herself so brain, and her deeds of charity uud kindcreditably in s.ich a presence ness will perhaps never bo ostimatcd uutll "You have reason to congratulate, yourshe meets them again In that hcronftor. self on such n charming accession to your I il-- i' l v l W&Fti paid Mrs. Do Long, as Isabol exwhere even the kindly word and modest I i family." r XL- - . .,- - I I u7 I &r ' 1 " f forgotten euu of cohl water aro for a moment to bring a book, cused hors-elIll" IBP of winch they had b?cn speaking, Irom the " IF TH I.'IHK or C.I.IIK1 II W COMi: OS nAKTH iritfs" We shall havo sui'h a delightful oppor j.syr' tunity to got acquainted before tho season ix ui'K Tim:." libraiy. "We shall be d flighted to welMKS. MONTFOHO MET IlMt IS THE HALL. come her anions us," and though Mrs. Stan- Iabel holdout her arms, nestled in her hi), commences," she said, brightly. "If 1 only know how to knit I wouul put on a black Innovations as Mrs. Moutford met her In ford received, the communication with a putting her confidingly about her the halL sense of relieved gratitude, she was still in neck. "Wouldamis llko to go homo with silk ajiron and como over uud bring my you " Mr. and Mrs. Falconer have just pone a tromor of ausiet.v lest it leal: out in sonio knitting, as grandmamma used to da." Aunt Knnly nnd bu her little girl for u " Hut in hen of knitting, please luy aside horseback riding," she said, as Mrs. Star. unlcoked for manner that sho hud been one tirao!" formality and couto in without corouioay," ford met her greeting with uu inquiring 0f the uesp.scu class, among u certain cluis The child looked from one to the other said Isabel, looi;. of nriitocrats, "a shop-gir-l. doubtfully, and then nt her aunt, who cordiality. gracefully. ui'uUtig tior culkir's Mrs. Stanford was more than Mrs. Mont ford was not an ardent admirer you think of her I" Isabel had awaited her answer smilingly. "What do over impressed with he r new sister's abilof Mrs. Stanford ; that lady hud always as- gone to her room, and the orothcr and sister I would nitkor stay "If you please, papa, ity to mako her way in society, und she was sumed nn iur of lofty patronage toward were alone with you and inumtna." she answered, pata n very unliable frame of mind as evening her, espoclully galling to her "Really, Harvey, she iu!d be an excep- ting lubel's cheek with her littlo white drew near, which fact Mr. Falconer and had in addition shown a disposition to tionally lino womi.n if it wore not" and liHtid. with pleasure. dictate in tho management of her brother's Mrs. Stanford stopped abruptly. "So you shall, dear." said Mr. Falconer, household, a proceeding resented by the ex"We will sjtond tho evening iu the 'homo "For tho terrible fact that she has once in a satisfied tone; he hud littlo doubt of room,' " ho said to Isabel in n low voice, as perienced housekeeper, who rightly thought earned her bread by the honest toil of her reply when ho put the question. that, as long us tho muster was sutisficd hands," sum Mr. Falconer, finishing her her Don't you remember what a lovely time they passed out of tho dinlug-roeu" " Vory well," she said, looking up, with a with her methods, Mrs. Stanford had no oc- - sentence with a slightly sarcastic smile. rou had when you were there lastyoar!'' happy smile. "I liavo to speak to Mrs caslon to interfere. "N'ow see, my dear sister, how differently aid Mrs. Stanford, coaxingly; "tho rules Mou t ford a inomeiiV, and will joiu .ou Mrs. Stanford was usually too well bred you and I view this question; in my eyes and discreet to discuss family matters with j this fact only strengthens my admiration for in Central Park, and all tho other nice there " n hireling in uny capacity, but in this casei her, and shows mo that sho is a woman ol things j oil enjoyed so much!" "This our snuggery; whero wo keep "Yes, auntie," replied tho child, readily, the altar istires of homo burning," said Mr her curiosity got tho better of her judg-- j resources and ability."1 I didn't havo raummn then " Falconer, us he threw o(en tho door uud nicnr, anu sue sum, in u nan wmsper, as sne "Yetvou do not proclaim it publicly." 'but Stanford bit her lip m aunoyunce Mrs. "You will! lovocn net help coming to sofa: ushered his sister in. It was a revelation sank on tho drawing-rooa little irritably; "so What was tho charm ubout this plain, said Mrs. Stanford, to her, aod sVe looked about her in sur- reward such a kind, unselfish churootnr " "Pray, Mrs. Mnntford. what tin you think you see you arc not consistent-"- " woman winch brought her such prise; us well sho ni. ght, for there was Mrs. Hervey and Mrs Mnntoith, in tho of tho new Mrs. Falconer I" "You will adinit, however, that the fact love uud rcpect? she ashed herself "Think of her. Mrs. Stanford," lepllcd' did not lnflucnco my choice, ho replied, tiently, ami the answer would huvc impa- nothing iu her olcgnut homo which com- meantime, hud left the store been pared with it lor bounty und purity of de"Pray tell mo what you nu have against Mrs. Mntford, heart. ly she read curiosity quietly; "you are only ouo of a large circle had she not been so blinded by sign Mrs. Falconer '" said Mrs. Hervey, coldly. and disappointment in tho tone, and took up who have this foolish prejudleo against ipparent prejudice she would not sec prole and that "It is Isabel's work," said Mr. Falconer. "I think you owe mo an awlegy for fronttho defensive at ouce. "Why, I think she's honest labor. Tho fact will be known, spend' tho evening in tho "Shall ing a friend of mine so rudoly " She was a born lndy, ma'ain, and that your brother sooner or later, of course, but I prefer that home roomwo said Isabel to her husband, "She und Oracle planned it all." "Even to tho portraitf" said Mrs. Stan- not ut all afraid of Mrs. Montelth's elegant is a lucky man to have found such un ex Isabel shall have the opportunity to form nqulringly. f" Mrs. Stanford hud stepped ford, inquiringly, us she paused beforo the apparel or snobbish manners; within her cellcnt wife." certain acquaintances first, after which I Mrs. Stanford was confounded. She hud have no idea that the knowledge will harm jut upon a small balcony, ostensibly to look picturo in surprise. She had Imuglned fair own rivollcclinn sho had been forced to live it a stnnd of flowers there, really to Mattic's faco banished from tho new wife's plainly, having only been so prosperous for sa:d: "Poor Mont ford.'' many times since her in the least." vexntiou, which her native presence. from a few yours. Sho hud always visited Mr. hearing tho news and exproted to find tho "Mrs. Colonel Do Long loomed charmed ?oml sense her her was unladylike and ' told "That was her thought, also, and u com- Hervcy's funuly, and his young wlfo had housekeeper jn a state of jeUous said Mrs. Stanford, rewith her for. never inquired uKin what ground the ac- plete surprlso with the rest.'' at this sudden invasion upon her flectively, "and 1 muit confess 1 never saw "not until " I surrender, Harvey ' Tho sister turned quiiiutnucc originated position. any one who dropped more readily and ".Yo." he replied, decidedly, application inr fmiily wheels havo nn with tears in her eyes toward her brother "I am not accustomed to treating she She had said "Poor Grade,'' also, and easily into luxurious belongings." girls us equals,'' replied Sirs. Moutcith, are f tho oil of kindness and love," and ho and placed her hand upon his arm affectionnod inade it a part of her plan to tako tho "You will Jind that mere externals ooked significantly ut the form on tho haughtiness; "iour dlsugreeablo ately. Sho hud u tender heart, though, as with child back with lier to New York for an in not all there is commendable in Isabel," want no jarr.ng or discordance we have seen, It was surrounded with a f rival, Mrs. Falconer, was nothing but a definite stay, as a mlssionory proceeding, to ' resumed Mr. Falconer, with a gratified " You havo in- common shop girl when Mr Falconer took remove her from the atmosphere of tho now smile, "and Mrs. He Long is just the Ian there any thing I can say or do, Mr. heavy crust of worldliness. "Is deed found a treasure among women, nnd her iii und married her, und 1 made up my woman to And these out, and with her Falconer!' in a low, pained stepmother. voice. "Poor Qracie" camo dancing into tho friendship ," but as the rustle of Isabel's "No, my dear wife," ho had never called together wo will light her battles, if need mind when 1 heard the disgraceful story from Mine. Aruot, her employer, that If room, her checks rosy with health, her lit- dress was heard on the staircase, no more aerthat berorc, and she looked up at him 'be, beforo tho wond. The remainder of Mrs. Stanford's visit ever I came to Philadelphia 1 would expose tle face beaming with happiness, and was said. gratefully. "Only bo patient nnd natural "You havo uot inquired for Mme. Kmily is notshowing her better self, and I vus very pleasant and she seemed striving her " dressed with the most perfect taste, a de'jo utouefor rwr first uiikiudnl'ss. " What digruccf ill story ("demanded Mrs "If there Improvement on Mrs. Montford's rath- Arnot," said Mrs. Stanford, as Isabel was cided mi sure a ltttic patience and forbearance is nay thing in wh ch 1 can bo of atsistauce Hervey; sho wus still too Indignant with seated; Graoic was in Mrs. Montford's will bring It out all right." er stiff style of juvenile adornment. following morning as Montoith to tako In the fact of Isabel's to you." sho said "Oh, auntie," she cried, "papa and room, and the three were together; there Mrs. Stanford, even tbcu, was struggling they weru sitting thethe library. She spoke Mrs.estate In till its terrible sigullicauco. in low was a little malicious curioiity in tho re- ivith herself, having the grace to bo ashamed mamma will bo so surprised to see you 1" "Whv, at co rv, she must have Inveigled mark, to seo how Isabel would take the )f her petulance. "1 know 1 should love with a little hesitation; she did not wish to "Mummu, indeed," exclaimed Mrs. Stanbe patronizing, but sho was so accustomed him Into the marriage," rcpllinl Mrs. Mou-teltallusion to her past life. ford, inwardly, as she drew the little girl to "no man of his wealth would marry " I am not awaro that I have any desire nerwith the rest," she said to herself, "if to being so that she feared to blunder into it her euibrucc. "So you iovo this new the had been one of our own rank In u shop-gi- rl unless unduly Influenced " mamma, do you, my dear," she said aloud. to hear from Mine. Arnot," sho replied, lociety, but ," and thut littlo "but" was unconsciously. " 1 am ignorant on nomo (mints, I will con"Hurvoy Fuli-one-r isn't a man to be In"Oh, yes, uuntie," cried the child. "Shu coldly; she recognized the covert tiliiR noueh to embitter uli her thoughts. fess," replied Isabel, frankly. "There are veigled," asserted Mrs. Hervey, emphatiis such a dear, good mammu, how could I which sought to bring her former poverty Mrs. Stinford had two sides to her char-icte- r, curtain forms aud ceremonies in socioty In cally. "The fact of her being u shop-gir-l to her mind. help itl" one a selfish and worldly side, with which I have hitherto bad no uced to educate wouldn't influence him against her a mosuid Mrs. Stanford, elevating "Why I" "And papa loves her, too, I suppose," suid in overwhelming respect for what thty ment if ho fancied her otherwise." surprise with her Mrs. Stanford, artfully do, " Because she is a selfish, cruel woiuuii," would say or kindlythe other a charmingly "I pity Mrs. Stanford," suid Mrs. Mon"Why, yes, I s'poseso," replied the little friendly aud otic, which few could toith. "It must be u terrible blow to have girl; "he don't say much, but lie looks ut roplied Isabel, with more heat than she had esist This better self was struggling for such a mMii Hiwt in tho family " shown since she hud become Mrs. Falconer, her. as sho ubsently looked into "Yes, xor Mrs. Stanford!"' cried Mrs. Mrs. Stanford laughed, us sho said to her- "and because sho has a little power which he depths of n pure calla lily. n Hervey, tn.uicully. "Sho cuino hero aud self: "He can not look ut her for the sake money gives her she rules her "Oh, papa, let's ride out to Foirmount iijuiIu tliem a Msil, appeared with Mrs. Falwith a rod of iron." of her beauty, certainly " Stanevening," suid coner in pub.ic, and went homo perfectly " What, that weak, pretty little woman I" this came rustling inGracie,a us Mrs. shade Meantime tho husbuml and wife were happier with ford charmed with her sister-ilaw, as I know having u delightful ride m a beautiful park, said Mis. Stanford, incredulously. jpon her hands mo face. "Auntie has not on undoubted authority," in a triumphant wrath-fully- . 'j &p " The very same," replied Isabel, with no idea of the arrival in their home. NJ'ti xi? statuary " seen the new tone, "uud 1 would advise j on, Mrs Mou-teit"Rising froia'tho must abject poveity "True, my little girl, that Is a happy sugltcbe found that her early practice in bare to keep your knowledge of Mrs. Fal back riding was of use to her, and after tho herself, she luis no pity for others who are gestion," said Mr. Falconer, "if nuntio coner to yourself, If you have no better of tho mount cud starv- poor, and grinds every ounce of work and Mould like to go." first awkwardness grounds to found your antagonism uikjii. out of her girls ing was over, she sat in her saddlo with humiliation and "It would certainly be a very pleasant Mr. Falconer isn't the lirsl man iu our taso and fiarlessness, and could guide gen that is possible. 1 should like to hear how way of spending the evening," said Mrs. American aristocracy who has married a Lottio end Jennie and the other girls are, Stanford, graciously; she had sensibly detie Doll with scarcely nn ( 17 Jit. xor girl, though it isn't every poor girl but I do not care to hear of Mine. Arnot " not st re that .ou will need any "I'm -that thcro should be no more trie-io- n that can rise from a low oMtimi to u higher " She was complaining bitterly of her terminedthat evening at least, and Mr. Falsaid Mr. Falconer, admiringly, as h' for one with such grace an Mrs. Falconer has noted her erect carriage. "You bcein to be trials when I was in there last," said Mrs. coner went nt unco to order the horses. done, ' she imded, signitlcnntly. a natural rider, and with dally practice you Stanford, ignoring Isabel's last remark The cool evening air, after the heat of tho Something iu the latter allusion seemed to i will do nicely. Doll gallops beautifully, " In the first place, you, who had always i.iv itA Ihn lit?mt v nt Ihn t pk-- iiicnncihttr touch Mrs. Montoith In a tender sjiot, for assistant I Mimed Mrs. Stanford's ruffled feelings and when you bccomceuougii accustomed to the been her favorite, her ncht-hun- d sho tossed her head and said something how much of. that she put on for my benefit Drought out her better self, and she was saddle to try her." sharply about "arrogance" and "upstarts," 's Isabel's cheeks were glov.ing with exer- I do not know (Isabel's nose went up ' particularly chutty and agreeable, to i "THIS IS (It'll SXtl.OI.UY which Mrs. Hervey did not catch. cise as they reached home; her hair, which scornfully i had left her suddenly; Jennie relief, who responded at onco to her "Whutdojou Aunt Knty," after, and the girl jou aiood. myself; the folding of u curd und such Mrs. Hervey, an think, later, us she said the breezo had blown into a state of fluffy Dewey had gone soon " was hour j crept out from under her pretty call Lottio was sick etiquofte, forinstunce. Mr. Fal- seated disorder, minutin of Gracie delighted m riding, nnd expressed in a pleasant room at home, where sick, dear sweet littlo Lottie the happiness of her little heart by a flow of coner's education had also been neglected on "Lottie hat in little moist rings upon her forehead, un invalid's chair was drawn up to a sunny and she was smiling hnppily at somo sally sick," Interrupted Isabel; "did sho say of ;liildlsli conversation as sho nestled close such points, I observe." what?" of Mr. Falconer" s. " Yes, Indeed," laughed Mrs. Stanford. window.met that elegant Mrs. Falconer nt by Isabel's side, laying her cheek lovingly " Wo "Her lameness, 1 believe, which had be- iguinst tho soft velvet und chenille of her "Harvey cares no more for such smull They lingered a moment in the hall after come so painful that sho could not getto wrap, nnd occasionally looking In her face etiquettes thau us If they did not exist," Cuay's this morning, and Mrs. Monteitl. Tom had taken tho horses, and Mrs. Stangave her the cut direct iu such un insolent ford hud time to brace herself and put on and from her work." with a smile of satisfaction. and then followed n condensed compendium manner. I was co mortified 1 thought I littlo girl I Sho is the dearest and "Poor her most aristocrutio air before Isabel, fol Mrs. Stanford was not slow to observe of fushionublo forms. should Bink; Mrs Hurry Dwight wus with sweetest little martyr that ever lived," these slims of affection, and, happily, she lowed by her husband, entered the room. "He sure you spend Christmas with us," Mrs. Falconer, und her eyes fairly flashed Mrs. Stanford had made no allowances cried Isabel, pitifully; "it must bo the was inspired by them to a desire to do her was Mrs. Stanford's last woids beforo the lire at Mrs. Montoith." fever sore has broken out again, and her brother's wife justice nt least, if nomoro. carriage drove nway. "Lilly uud Ralph for the beautifying effects of happiness, " grounds does sho claim to havo Tho next morning i sho arose with a dewill bo home, and wo shall rely on you for What the change which "peace and plenty"' parents aro so poor they need every penny such rudeiiessl" usked Aunt Kuty, an coming into a starved, cramped life she can earn." Tears stood in Isabel's termination to bo kind toward the young also." " Well, my dear." said Mr. Stanford, us elderly woman with whito hair uud a sweet can make, aud she could scarcely eyes, and sho was scornful no longer. "Mrs. hostess, und she succeeded so well that she Stanford, won't you go and see her when was unexpectedly agreeable. Sho was sit- ho came home and found his wlfo in her palo face, sanctified und mudo lovely by long believe her eyes when sho saw when Isabel enusual place at tho dinner table, "what of years of suffering. a childless widow under ting in the drawing-roowife and recognized "that homely you return J" She hud been left "Me! well, that would be a new 10e for tered from a visit to Mrs. Montford's room. that terrible crestu re, yourbrother's wife!" girl" in the tall, graceful creature, tho Hor"Morton," shu replied, aud sho meant circumstances of pcculiur sadness, uud when onco thin face plump und ruddy, tho eyes, mo to appear in," replied tho lady; "proba- That good woman hnd divined tho state of ace Hervey hud taken to his home heavy with overwork and discouragement, bly sho lives in some low, filthy street; affairs Intuitively, and her sympathies were every word fully, "Mrs. Harvey Falconer is ho brought his young her bride there, und she really, my dear Mrs. Falconer, that Is ask- with the young wife, and she could not rea remarkable woman." aow bright and sparkling, and she comhad been the fumi'y saint ever since. ing too much, but I'll tell tho district vis- sist the temptation of saying, with a sig1 within herself: "Goodness! mented " Why, Hhe suys Mrs. Falconer was a itors or send the servants If you wish." CHAPTER VI. nificant nod: shouldn't have known her " shop-gir- l iu New Yoi k when Mr Falconer "My dear, duinty sister," said Mr. Fal" Or nil the notublo tblnm on earth, "Don't you let her browbeat you one par"My dear sister 1" said Mr Falconer, tak-in- g married her, and she doesn't associate with Tbe queerest one is pride of birth." coner, who had been a silent listcucr to the ticle, Mrs. Falconer," and Isabel had reMrs. Stanford's hand in his, "this is " imitating Mrs. Montelth's arroTho heated season was over and tho a surprise, for wo expected a telegram conversation, with a touch of wholesome plied smilingly, with a littlo pat of tho good you arrived." Then, with as much disdain in his voice, "if the Lord of Glory woman's motherly shoulder: "Don't bo greater portion of tho city's people were at gant manner before "How long slncof" said Aunt Katy, Homo ugttln; ineantimo Isabel hud m ado a respect as If presenting a Duchess he said : had come on earth in your time, you would alarmed, Mrs. Montford, on my account." in decide ut once that a manger was altogether "Oracle tells me you have been having lew very pleasant ucquaiutuices, and was laughing merrily huvcher low sweet voice; " Let me present to you ray wife, Mrs. seen Mrs. Dolly Montoo low a place for you to visit Him in, and some new drosses aiude," Mrs. Stanford on friendly, and even intimate, terras witb "it seems to mo I ver would no doubt send your respects by a was sayiug, pleasantly. "I must confess to Mrs. Colonel Dc .Long, who had discovered toith when sho considered a shop-gir-l socitttVt Indeed." servant or district visitor," a weakness for liking to see pretty cos- that which Mr. Falconer had hoped she goodDo CHAPTEH V. " tell me. Aunt Knty," said Mrs. Her"Hr.rry Falconer I" The lady was really tumes," and, in obedience to the hint, Isa- would in his wife, qualities of more value Isabel took the offered bund of her stster-.a-lavey, "who Is Mrs. Montclth, und what is her o thau mere external graces. an idea; as if there were bel led the way to her room, and the reshocked. "What saying with gentle dignity: Mrs. Hurry D'Vight, who lived near, zud connection with your family'" mainder of the morning was spent ia to our home, Mrs. Stanford; permit uny parallel between the two cuses." l ' open-hearted mo to hopo that our acquaintance, will prove mutually agreeable." Nothing but Mrs. Stanford's willingness to Had fault In her could havo eoustruod tho quiet sentoueo into any thing improper, but that Inch, with some lolitoly civil roplv nutwurdlv. thought Inwardly: "Our borne. indeed ii shopgirl welcoming me ta 'our home' with such an air." OR, She could not deny to herself that, after tho awkwardness of the tirst mooting wore off, the new mistress did tho honors of the houschclc with graceful dignity, nnd alio found herseif involuntarily admiring her us she came nvu nttired in an afternoon dress of bcavv silk, beautifully made, and worn with an unconscious nocliulanco far removed from tho "dressed up" ;irrii r.lr, THE ROMANTIC STORY which Mrs. Stanford so heartily despised Sheluid come with tho benevolent Intention of giving her new relative numberless -lesions in deportment, but sho hardly knew or a- whero to commence and wisely concluded to defer her mat ructions. Sho watched ovcry movement, fully DRESS-MAKER'- S RISE IN LIFE. prepared to criticise, though Imbol seemed sorouely unconscious of the fact. A Judy called in the afternoon. Mr. Falconer'- "At Home" cards had met few re That gooS fiidy had resolved upon n sKnscs, the incst of tho rocinionts being strategic move, thinking that if she could out of town, but Mrs. Colonel Do Long surprise tho enemy she would have a better was an oidtimo friend of tho Falconer, opportunity to judge of its rosotireos. so and had made it a point to call while on a Hying isit to tho city. sho had soitt no intimation of her arrival. She was the leader of a select circle of Her keen eyos wre on tho alort to observe any tokens of unwelcome changes or Philadelphia's best society, and upon her depended much of Mrs. Falconer's social success. She was, happily, one of the frank, women whom society can not spoil, her hentt remaining in a state of healthy development, in spite of the requirements of fashionable life, nnd Isabel recognized in her a congonial spirit, and apDcared nt her best, to Mrs. Stanford' surprise, for she bad looked to see her abashed in the presence of the stylish 1 From Shop to Mansion. "I'm not nn extensive P.ibtc reader, but 1 have r. faint recollection of something in it llko this: 'Inasmuch as yo havo dono it unto the least of these, yo havo dono it unto Me,'" replied Mr. Fulcoi.or, quietly. "Pardon mo if I seem rude, Mrs. Stanford." said Isabel, "hut I recall my request. Please iio imt go, tor Lottio Is so sensitive, so qi.uk to read hearts und faces, that she would iietcct a proud or unsympathetic, thoi.fl:' at once." "Have no fears; I didn't have the least Intention of going," replied Mrs. Stanford, with it hard littlo laugh; "it's quite out of my line; but spooking of my return, have a proposition to mako. What do you say to leaning Oracio to mo for a few months. Lillie is gouo and I am very lonely," she spoke feelmily now, and with u much softer 1 cussing stylos. looking over tho new v.nrdrobo nnd dis- j you," said Mrs. Sun ford, us she luactod tho gamut velvot with tho oyo of un expert, "I must say you havo shown tho most perfect taste in your selections." Sho had half expected to soo a gaudy display, such u mistake as might easily havo boon made by a less pure tusto. Isabel roceivcd tho couitncadatfuu with a flush of pleasure; sho was anxious to be , friendly with this haughty though sho did not intend to cringe, or to gain her a shude of her friendship, und it was pleasant to hear it compliment from her, oven upon tho secondary tottto of dress. "It is tho llrstlimo havo ever had" the opportunity of pleniing myself without re gnrd to expense. ' sho replied, quietly, "and doubtless my taste will improve with oppor-tuuiiy nnd culture." "I don't seo how it etui," said tho other. with candor. "1 haven't told you of Lilly's wedding gifts, have I J" sho continued, with a mother's pride in her only daughter's marrmce festivities. "I shall be delighted to hour," said Isabel, cordially. "I nilimro Mrs. Norton so much, und am in such haste to mako her ucquatnU sisler-ln-lawsuc-rilie- "If you wtll allow mo to compliment also become an Informal visitor, anil ?ms In her prulsos of Mrs Falconer. Cards woro out for a very select (tarty to which tho Falconers were Invited, atiJ Isabel and Mrs. Dwight were out shopping. "If I woro j ou I should much prefer tho undressed kid," said Mrs. Dwltfht, "It is nioio enthusiastic BEST lint Ifueli BREEDS OF CHICKENS. fiiniiiiis I'limll) IiimiiI I tiT I'iiiiIi Is "or. All Kiinls ' tlitm simw up lie IohiUmr o self-rescc- i, 1 Avfcl K f Skm Mm mA i if mWwr Cot y iz-rji- fU 4M- it tr MfcVV:, rVM ; f i .'. m - v it self-respec- t, , i. ! j "Then of course 1 must submit to It. even though 1 do not like it as well," replied Isabel, laughing "Out of fashion, out of tho world," mulled Mrs Dwight. " Kvim in so small n mutter as glovos, 1 think sometimes a woman Is a perfect martyr lo fashion." A rustlo of nlks at her sido caused Isabel to look up frnu the kids she was examining. Mrs. llervey, a huly whom she laul mot and liked pirtlculHrly, stood beside her, and cordially luMit out her hand. Another lady stood by her side, whoso face Isabel did not notico as sho took Mrs. Harvey's hand. ".My dear Mrs. Falconer; so happy to meet yon,' cooed Mrs. Ilervev "Allow mp to present to you my friend, Mrs. Montoith, or .Sew orIt, Mrs Falconer Mr. Montelth's eyes hail Ihxmi lived an 1 libel's face in a cold sturo of recognition, und, as Mrs. Het vey pronounced tho name, she looked for the llrst tint Into tho cold face, und caught the unwinking stare in its perfection Kvory trace of color left her face in her Indignntiou as sho met the look, and was reminded by it of insults this woman hud delighted to heiitt upon her in tho past, but she controlled herself enough to acknowledge the introduction bv u coldly civil bow, but Mrs. .Montoith toscd her head scornfully, und gave no token of having henrd it. "I have met this Mrs. Falconer before," she said In an aside to puzzled, mortified Mrs Hervey. Isabel's face was a studv, and Mrs. Dwight, too ludiguant to finish her shop nnv hernwny as soon as posstinc. P'W "i-opuy s sukc, Airs, no iqu mo whv that woman should treat .ion in that stmiufful way," she said, us soon ni tho carriage was in ino'.lnn. "It is n very short story,"' said Isubol, bitterly. "Mr. Falconer llrst met mo iMjIiind amillmcrv counter In New York where this woman was a frequent customer, and where she delighted in heaping Insults upon Ho funded me, und me na a shop-girl- . brought mo here us his wife. "Perhaps, Mr. Dwight, now that tho murd'-- r Is out, yonr sympathies will bo with Mrs. Mo.iteith." nud she looked sadly in her friend's faco "You do m injustice, Mrs. Falconer," replied Mrs Divlght, warmly, lav nig her hand on Isabel's, wuicfi was tmmbling with ox- citcment. "I trust a fashionable life has not os M his! ir.v heart completely, and you may rely upon tuv friendship and uport." "Believe inc. jour friendship Is auprivi-ated,- " said IsiU-l- , gratefully, returning now the pressure of the friendly hand, that you liuve heard so imtcli of my history, I maps you would like to bear more." and sho gave u brief sketch of the nrtncJnal events of her life up to the present. " hy, it s a n I rotnapee," crlwl Airs. IhvlghL, (v lieu she hud flnlslnHl; "I always liked Mr. Facoier. but I am sum that ho is a jiorfeotly grand man now " "So am I." wild Isabel, with a sigh "If I could only love li.tit as ho so richly stylish." nf preference giMxll- In the various breeds jif fowls: I Tlu IjuiicftliiiiMlny best in winter. They 'given j , iiiiinlw of ixgs, ami nrt excellent table bird. Tho Hmlmms ihmhh nest the light rn-- , Ming t - dark. lieU of this cl.tsw r s uii.n iimmmiM layThe I artrhlgo ers f tlio t'x Inn hiss, loo laillV, llio Iilt'k and best table fowls; the w Mt (mttridtfi- follow iio- - liiiifrtlur meat. The Pl mouth It ls are jphhI layers ami cnpiUil table fow Is. Sn are lie Wy- niiilotli's. but they will hi inuro gga tlmn the Ifcx'kK. All lite American liii Ih nre giaMl. nml cunie near alt jiurjxxe -ti. - I fowls. Tho lliaiilatiH mid the wltnle Fionoli cIiism nrc ozot'lli ut layers ami grntitl market birds. The Leghorn. Minorca. Hjmiilsli. nnd llanilriirgs tile the fowls with hlg xk records. Irtit they arc imt worth mtirli fur eating. The lJorkings for flesh (iiii!itiiss. re 'lite whit leghorn, .Mi in irons. Smn-isand Iranians lay the largest ogs. The brown Ijpglmriit lny the tnit I'ggs of the Leghorn family, but they aio smaller. The Java rocuiintetiil themselves us imulily ikmiiiuo fat. table birds, ami The- Jersey blue, nte not highly either lis egg pioducors or table 1 u-rlecoin-inomlt- h r ..." birds. The Polish are the hniidiiiiist "f d fowls, o.colloiil layers, but ihi nvom incinlisl for th table. The IIiunlHirgs are (leratsu-u- t layers, but of ik nrHimitt for trio tnble. The American I)oiniiiHiie are tho fowl. They nte urigpnl Ainork-Hlayers ami table MnN, ami just the farmer s fow Y, The gaiiM clasn atv eecoinl to imhi for gd table egg I rcwrd. iin. himI nlo Ms u crwlllahle 'llllkojs. think no otic kind of domestic bird y better for tln'ir kee ilmu ttirkejs. They require clot attention, however. In the laying and hatching sormiii. and ought to be kept mrl of the (lay entirely by them-lHt- . with niils accessible; otherwise they ate apt to wander nw'iiv und uet in woino sn'lililel sst. To o-I- ) er d I ' iiiciilsitinii. Neorlieln a hurry to remove the young from the titsnt . and gno ikj food the tirst da. When tho young arc taken from the nest some wash the tinder side of the Uxly and wings with totmrcn witter, to remon oriiiiti. have found it Ix'ttor to keep the nest freo fnnu Ike whilu the eggs aro hutching. I'l ur of sulphur is an elks t nnl roin.Hly for tlds. T1n jonng turkeys must U kept In u lotv yard, and tho bU'rly. mother bird have Few I soft, not sloppy , coareo ground IkiIIisI eggs, and corumoal and hwect milk. The same rule In. Ids for turkcsns for chickens "feed little and often." Mix a little sulphur with the food occasionally. Keep tho young turkeys from boiug wt t the llrst mouth, once lost half either by ruin or dew. my joting turkeys by e.osuro to a brief thought them under cover, aud rain. after tho shower was i or found them was careful after ilrookot." tins. When ihe turkeys arc twoorthreo weeks old food tliem a little Uiiled Ucf or mutton, ptilhsl to shred Iwfore given iheui. Turkey s rcijuire a gotxl range and are fond of taking long walks, but do not let them get out of sight, esHolally w hen caring for a brood. Orange Judd r.irmei lirei-dor- s 1 - geiitloiiosfi, ns ttui lion tnrkev iiinst lie tiiniennd ijinot. ainl tlloHiiinoMriKiii niiint attend tliem diinntc lst rsiuri VJ 1 1 1 ni-u- e l'oltito ! eye-bro- wed-affectc- d work-wome- The "Miints for a Jersey cow are now merged into mm test: How much butter (Mil she make? The trouble with ailing fowls is often the Kinio as that with 'oilo, they need grit. Don't drug and i!o-- your horses to death with medicines. Many u valuable ruined in this way. animal has lss-Nature generally undersfands her bust uoss Ih'II'T than the horse doctor. Take him into the For colic in a lior-air and walk him rapidly. Huh his o'ii vigorously and give soiipstids iujeo Isslv c; Intrrr!. j lions. A merino buck born in Vermont and taken to Ncbraskn ichled when shorn a fleece that weighed thirty pouun.. That is one end of the story. This is the other end: After the lleece was cleansed it weighed only flte and pounds. The fine wool of the merino is vcrv oily, and the way it gathers dust on farms is a the prairie lauds of caution to sheep breeders. A good herd of Jerseys pevcr failed to (lay yet, if it was properly managed, and noer will. Western llurnl. The Jersey for butter, the Holstein for milk and cheese. The great northwest seemi to 1st going wild over sheep. One herder says: "In my judgment there is more money In sheoi just now than in anything else in this country." Well, the wool interest was down in the mouth long enough. It is time a boom started iu way. We should proceed in the selection and breeding of our cows with one thought clearly fixed in our mind, ami that ia when a good, profitable milch cow is old enough to turn oILjhe price that we shall get for her carcass of whatever breed she may Ik; will never mako us rich. Tho market is not groaning for old cow boef. Western Ituriil. There mo today tliousiiudH of farmers iu Iowa in independent circumstanced who commenced on Iowa soil thirty and forty years ago with a mare, a cow and a sow, und have raised families of intelligent children, now filling many of the stations of honor nud trust in state and nation.' Iowa State Register. For cowa with young calves bran is a better feed than corn or corn meal, which are too rich and heating. one-quartwi-sto- self-respe- m wrJ n f 'If ' Isa-oel- -- m-ic- shop-girls,- ." Wei-rora- V. so ' ' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal In.1?, lierinun .Millet hcci! forsnlo. J. 'outer. Fitiwit Fifii Wi'tJiiHstlnyn anil Sntur- - li.CWALTON.BUS, MnnnKor ln8. M.F.HI kin. " U'K-ro- soilii STANFORD, Ky., May 16. 18M c0l,i,try, at W. BUSINESS. I B. wator, the best in the Mcltoburts'. V I MEANS i A sfLBXiiin lot of llowur pots imil cttx'kii, at fost at Mink llanlln'H. m ..'.. ' ... I.... , t.Mini. Ill 1. Iitiiitii'ii,. iTtln, fri'sh ami . am Mill ani'iit fur the W niter A ik iitij iimiii ttand i.... . me Wati-iiib- . and vouu nurmuiii! jewelry repaired I. M. Mriice, the niurket. varranted. A. It. ronny TiiKhcut place to lmy drugs, patent of W'k htivt' jiift leifiveil a new lii at A. H. mudifinoM mid toilet iirticleH wool and IJriis.suls carpctH.Ntrawinat IViiiiv'h. Huy your school hooks, ink, tnhletH. runs, e. Severn lire A Son. pn pur, pencils and school Bupplica of all Kinds from A. K. IVnnv. pain Fiibsii supply of Durability and quality LMiiinintued to he . mnt-mnus- ii fl 1m PERSONAL POINTS. flrat-cla- II. MeUnhiTts. all-wos, T. IIih kku is still very ill nt chul-lieA kw choice patterns in her father's, Mr. (). J. Crow. fish-net- s and Henrietta. Lice for "'-Mas. Dk. II1.01 nt, of Wisconsin, has ovtfidroeies, the new est tiling out. Sev- Ixu'ii visiliui; Mrs. 15. !. Hail. A Son. Mib. Noiia (iooiiNHiiiT, of Franklin, in eruiii visiting her sister, Mrs. A. 1. Root. WiiBAT.l wish to buy in the next 26 Mas. M.n Wooiwos went up to Fi or 30 days L000 bushels of whimt. Call yesterday to join her huslwiid. on or address me at the Skinfold Roller Mil. J. S. 'klu limit pet in the shape, MUhj. T.J. Foster, SupU w of an alligator sent by a Florida friend. Tnr. do not seem to want a railroad Mas. .Mrui'iiv and Mr. ,1. S. Huiihes badly as was alleged. The went up to Hock CnMlo Springs yester- in Adair as representative from that county has preday. in the l.epslatuie to proMas. ltK.NKiii(rrSiM.iiiNil of Lubnnont sented a bill "iyHURCrTAFFAIRS.' hibit it from voting a tax in aid of railCommencing Monday. May i. f ill ran a rec- is on a visit to hur father, Col. Thomas IC1 alar roads. Ifsuchabill is pased it will sijon r. Hill. The Southern Baptist Convention at everjiceperxm inanil deliverwho at tm it home ol e Nulify Stanford throw a decided damper on theC. R. It. Fort Worth, Tex., appropriated $14,000 ui 11 ynu vin to fc. iirveu Mas. L. H. H.uhkv and ehildren, of 11 tf HRI.MKR A. CLAUS Lexington, are with Mr. and Mrs. W. F project. for the seminary at Louisville. It was my intention to sell exclusively for cash when I went into the James Gardner fell dead while exRamsey. general Grocery and Hardware business in Stanford, but by crediting Tin: doctors tell us that Milton Simp Mil. I.T. (tiruiiiK, ajrent and operator son, whose skull was crushed with n hoe horting at a protracted meeting at Ilael-woo- d Bea few my books now show that I have considerable money out. Dealer In church, near P.ulucah. t Itimby, Tenn., wife and hahy hoy are by Craig Skidmore, is out of dauber and lieving it will be far more satisfactory to the purchaser and to myself Rev. W. Y. Sbuppard, of the Hpisco-pa- l viitii)K Mrs. J. A. Carpenter. and knowing that I can sell goods at a much lower figure, I have dewill recover. It is a serious matter, but PUPERS. church, will preach at the College A. A. Mi Kimmkv is mr cided to start Monday, May 12th. to do a STRICTLY CASH BUS-Ithe fact is again demonstrated that you -at 7: 15. Allure invited the meetinu' of the (iraml f:KSS. By selling for cash we incur no bad debts and our loss will can't kill an American citixen of African chapel Rev. R. II, Caldwell will preach at at Iiuisville this week. 'scent by hitting him on the head. consequently be nothing, thus giving the cash buyer the benefit of at VARNISHES, ETC , Mil. .1. ne-vil- le Mrs. Xnncy loHta line Aide ney cow Tuesday front eating too ninth MarHluill .T.Sala.of Middloshoro, and coVur, MiM.Sallie II. h.l..n. of In.HniiaiHilip, -- A ChirnRo cwnlnupaper, in mi nl were united in iiiurriiiKC nt New Allmny, Lexington Iiuh its corrcs- Tuesday iiondont describe Ten Broeek, with n lit tie darkey on 1. 1.. uucK, aim tin ins .Thi Miinmin .1.. imivit.. n.,i.,;-,..a- i bus as the stntemoiit that he and .Mrs. Frank been underdollar. As Ten Broeek 1SS", A Normal Institute of six weeks will begin at the sod since June iM, Leslie are "enjMjud" ajldJlint tlie mar- - the correspondent must have seen the ""w T raigowlll take place next jnohlirr- ghost of that great race horse. Thellorse-.uian- . junior acknowledges an invita NThe Kentucky Derby had to be run tion 10 mu marriage or .Miss Leila M. 111 trio mini ami water, but it did not prePerkins to Mr. J. W. Duncan. The pros- vent jthe usual large crowd from attendCONDUCTED P.Y pective bride is tho beautiful daughter of ing. I The grand stand and the Held were Dr. and Mrs. Geo. Perkins, of Somerset, bntlerowded to see the great event, was won by Corrigan's Riley, and the ceremony will occur at their which by Isaac Muriihv. Bdl Letehcrl'd. ridden Of titc Southern Kentucky Normal Institute. home June: at ll:.,0.i. m. Mr. and 8vjrtoleHicri,.".d. Time 2:45, slow est by near-ly 5 seconds in the hi years that the Der Duncan will be "At Home after June Common School branches will be reviewed, giving special atby lias iiccn run on the Louisvillecour?e. All the Nicholasville." tention to those subjects necessary to prepare teachers Robespiere at the favorite I'hereare no fools likjMheold fools. even money.wasThe odds wereaniltosold on for the most rigid examination. The lYiiiKbm. Comiiiouwenlth says: Riley. The iniickcst time in this event Mrs. Kliaibeth B. Dolliver. nged US. has w I'v Spokane last year in L'::.4J. The daily Drills in Calisthenics, Elocution, Penmanship and Methods brought suit against Win. II. Atkinson, of Teaching will be of Special Value. VKW AIlVKItriSKMENlS ', for $."(),000 for broach of promise. The Tuition, payable in advance, S5. Private boarding $2.25 per week. giddy young things had been courting Club boarding about Si. 50 per week. for some time and the lady clnims that Harvesting Machines For Sals, No new text books will be required except those furnished by PVin- she had gone so fur as to prepare her wedding t rou s.sea 11, wiiich probably incipal free of charge. Pupils will have access to the Seminary Library, I have (or ale at I one Wood cluded a new set of false teeth and a Hinder, one lluckcye otter - iv.ircliutcHay Kulrv which contains many valuable works of reference. Globes, charts and Movtrram two c m w 'iiifof tin- Rakri ix curly wig, when her false lover flew the all lOinparutivcly other aids will be used in the class rooms. Itjkc, lame the Iiav from the nnth ti the track and relused to fultill his promise. tack without fthrxkintc I ill tell them all !' V. K. SHAW, Prihcipal, References: Our pupils and patrons. 1 J KJSTtR. stunfoitl ji The fact that he is the wealthiest man in Until May 15, 356 K. Market St., Louisville. London, Ky. the vicinity douhthssudded to the pangs of disappointment. MATRIMONIAL HATTERS. I I)n 1 r- I TEACHERS' I NSTITUTE. itrf 1 1 nui.-c-sou- 11 --Our London, Ky., May 19th, W. B. SHAW and C. V. LIMI2TG, G A r 1 1 - it-W- ICE,- - ICE. de-ir- FOR CASH ONLY. K. E. GIBBOtsTS, Kt.iir mn 11 Com-inniuler- y PfflHTS SOILS. s. N C01.. .1. M. Itiaxiuy went up to Middloshoro Tuesday to see how the "old woman" is KPttiug on with her boarding house. Dk. V y rr I. Lm jikr, of Faint Lick, left Tuesday for Henderson to attend the annus) ineetins! of the Kentucky MtMlical Society. " r . -- ' Mhs. J. T. Lynv, who has been fpeml inu some time with her pHrunte, Mr. and Mrs J. M. Wrwy, returned with her hns-ltto ltuisville Vlutduy. Mil. ami Mil. M. Livivros have movitl to Hopkinsville from Cincinnati, the firuitr plat heimr more convrnient iif hint to make his heAiliiuartrs. Mi4w. W. i. W'uuii, W. It. lVmiy, itk tieiitry, P.. C. Walton, Dick (Jentry, C. Keller, Joe F.inbry from hrre saw the Derby and took in lots of cash. Mn A. It. Fknnv vlsitod his sister in Illinois this week, whom he has not seen tor many years, and returned to I)iii-villin time to attend the Grand il .1 1 1 Tiik Richmond Climax appears tbia week 111 a brand new suit of spring clothes, hut fails to print the usual 111 doing so. French Tipton is making a mighty good paper of it and the fact that he c.ui procure stich a nice outfit is evidence that his elforU mu appreciated. 4 m thai the republicans and prohibitionists are trying to combine on e repotted Dr. J.S. Cooper, of Crab Oichard, for county judge, but it is not curtain that it mn be done. Dr. Cooper is urine gen tleman, with too much sunso to tackle Judge Varnoii, who never was and be beaten, he says. It nev-wi- ll W. L. Dawmjn left his horso standing at Mrs. Paulina Hays' Wednesday while Walnut Flat on Saturday morning next - KENTUCKY. least 5 or 10 per cent, that would otherwise have to be added to make at II o'clock and will hold communion DANVILLE, up for the profit and loss account. I ask only a trial to convinc cone services tho day following at the same WAU-- . l'XPKIt AM) Ui.l'OI.'ATIOVs. the larK and all and trust that I may be extended that opportunity to make Central Kentu ky, iomlete et and inoMlntf., nlifl t"i in.irti tn il.nrafir.lii hour. thp u.lli met good what I say. 'TllC IlOlird Of Northern Methodibt ' known to the trede Koom M til ting, and Win- leg ill I'KILIS IIIK Hishops have ondoisud the sehenio to don Mia. AM) enrtlet lrlet l't-An WORK TIU MlWrST "!i it'd lief re urder are it kindly build a ehtireh university at Washington plaicd and will endeavor to raise JV.OOO.OOO for the purpose. Tho Southern .Methodists report that they now have H'.oSll on lo. p t with S,S;M teachers and (WCI.SI.'S scholars, This is an increase during MONDAY, total 9, 1890, 1 have secured one of the windows and a portion of Stagg & the iiuadrciinium of l.s,',Hl. On the premnev the All tho 1'resbytorius of tlie l'resbyte will be ready at all times to repair Watches, Clocks store and riiiu Church, save live, have exjiresned STANFORD R0LLERMILL and Jewelry. With about 15 years' experience, 9 of which I have their views concerning a revision of the in Stanford, I think I am sufficiently versed in that line to offer had ANIJ KI.KVATOR Westminster Confession. The votostands my services to do the finest of work. A share of your patronage is Will be Mild without rt'rt- .it public au.tion to For revision, !::; against, tS'; declined to bidder. the respectfully asked. My stock ol Jewelry will arrive within the next i 1 MARK HARDIN. :i-.- tn ETota"ble Public Sale. k 111 Sunday-school- s, TO THE PUBLIC. 7V-'.(I- S. 1 JUNE Mc-Robcr'- ts' - liiL-lie- vote, he went into the house. The animal was considered the gentlest in tho country, hut nhout that you can not always toll. Something frightened him mid nway he ran, upturning the buggy and I'aor. V. F. MiCi.AitV has received tearing it to pieces A horse and a gun from Superintendent Pickett the curtitl-ratnre alike in one respect; they are always of qualilleiitiou nwessary to he pro- loaded when you least expect it. cured in order to beiome nuitlidnlu for Tiik Kentucky Central oilers the Miperintendent of Coiiiuion Schools. ford, and follow ing party ratec. 10 to It persons Itoiir. L. Pons, late of Sum Robert Duerson, of inclusive, '' cents per mile each; 15 to his hrother-in-lnw- , J lmvu purchased White's A persons inclusive, -- cents per mile Faint Lick, uach; 'Jo to w persons inclusive,- - cents Mill, at White's Station, on the K. C. R. and will proceed at once to add the roller per mile each. Round trip party rates will be double the above, except that system and other important features. for.r0 or more the rate will be one fare Richmond Climax. for the round trip, parties to travel in n Mk.W. B. Moss passed homo from yesterday. Ho was present at body on one ticket. Xo stopover althe city election and says that over 1,400 low cd. TuiiiiK has been some delay in receivvotes were cast, although there are only Repeating ing the Dictionaries, but they are now iKI lepil voters in the city. was the order of the day and some who on hand and being rapidly sent to those started early not in S or JO times, receiv- who have ordered them. A Webster's Unabridged delivered to your nearest ing as much in one instance its $1'J". express otlice free of charge and this pa CITY AND VICINITY: per one year, all for $4.50, is about the best offer ever prefented in these parts. N'kw cabbage at S. S. Myers'. It is still open to old and new subscribSek our new ginghams, outing ers and those who desire to examine the ponang, U Severance A; Son. dictionary m do so by (idling at this Tiikiik has been no change of date in otlice. hop. tiie.Merrv Bachelors' )i it Sam Shoots . Xkoho. - Mr. S. W. It will occur nt Walton's Opera House, .Meneee, a student at the College, was e Com-iii.mder- y. e Mid-illesbo- -'- Han-nel- s, . m m temi-annui- d June Hh. Tiik municipal election at Middlesbo' for the demo-- ( the hope of Hh groat future. "Keep your eye on Somerset." The gieatsaloof lots begins next Tuesday, when the railroads will sell round trip tickets very low. ro resulted in a victory rats, another reason for F' I combination biiits plete. XATIMIAI. DUVTIIS Wl OrilKKW'ISK. and sidebands at greatly reduced prices. Miss Annie Ashlock furnishes us with Severance A Son. the following. Mrs. Tilford Rutherford, remains half n mile of the who was Miss Tine Mershon, of the GilTiikiik still neighborhood, but who reOttenheim turnpike to grade and 2 bert's Creek moved with her husband to Tioga, Tex., miles for metnl to be spread, but Conago, died recently of contractor X. Becker tells us if tho weather several ycare (X). She leaves a will soon have it sumption, aged about will ever clear up he and live children, all grown. husband through. Xear the same place in Texas, Mr. John Tiikiieih tho worst kind of an egg fam Young and his nephew wore struck by ine prevailing here. They cannot he lightning and iiibtuntly killed. The bolt Imil for lovo nor money. Kithor tho hens also killed the horses and torethe wagon are on a strike or the farmers are hold- they were pulling to pieces. Mr. Young ing for a rise C'l when tho tarilVon them married Miss Lizzie IluCman, daughter goes Into c licet. of the Widow HuH'man, of this county, several years ago, after a short, sharp John BAU.AIU), the oldest man in the and decisive courtship, the particulars of Highland precinct, having turned hisSoth which we gave at tho time. Ho was in year, was struck speechless Wednesday good circumstances and leaves his wife, and is expected to die at any moment. who has no children, with n pretty good John Fandifer, another old man of that fortune. .vicinity, "ih down with the pneumonia. Tho Richmond Climax mentions the Mk. G. L. Mkiwhon hns opened an up. deaths of Mrs. Roht. Hades, "J I, Isaiah bolstering and furniture repairing shop and .Mrs. Finnell, 75, John Davis, next door to Mark Hardin, and is Xaney Maupin, Gil. to do all kinds of work in his line. Mrs. George Bowman and Fount II. Ho will ho assisted by his son, Tinsley Irnuj rt tltn Pflinr .1 """ "' "'" ilr tistl ili Krrlti-ir-l ' l" Mershon. Such nnestnLlialiLneat is need ' iliotl lust week. ed here. See our new -- Oik stock of dress goods is nunin com- in tho after a rabbit with a shot-guc itiipus Friday afternoon, and in getting over n fence, he attempted to lower the hammer of his gun when his thumb slipped oil' and the gun was discharged part of tht contents striking an old colored man named Cro.sthwaite, who was about loO irds distant. One shot struck him in the lip, one in the breast and one in the thumb, indicting slight wounds. Georgetown Times. n .- - & por week, when I cordiallv invite an examination of it. The Southern Baptist Convention Capacity of Mill 75 Barrels Day; Capacity of Elevator has selected Birmingham as the place 40,000 Bushels. for holding the next meeting. Louis mlMantial new briiL building ef 5 The Mill i ville was chosen as headquarters for the torio, equipped uiththc UteU and best machinSunday-Schoo- l publiery undtituikte within 50 yards of the Louiftville & Hoard, in charge of -HNashville depot In the town if Maniord, Lincoln cations. cuiiuty, Ky., the heart of the let wheat district Tho (ieneral Conference of the of the State and within reach oi enccllent market by three Southern Methodist Church, now in sesThi cost of the entire plant was about ?jo.ooo txen run most sion at St. Louis, has taken formal and and it lia its equipment successfully and in opnow The Mill ince theatre-going- , eration and will be until void. emphatic action as to card Sjle made to dote uptlif allairs of tinis playing and dancing. The conference cah; balain.einone and two Terms' Is Receiving His " styles these recreations "worldly X'Ue with ap)ear with 6 percent interest secure and strongly declares in opposi- proved security and alien on property to same tion to them. SIANFORD KOI.I.I.R MILL CO, Suntord, Ky ji Northern .Methodists boost that withGoods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. r years they have built (5,000 in the last X. more churches than the Presbyterians own in the whole country; 7,000 more than the Congregationalists and ."5,000 s, nn account of my old age, of remore than tlie Homan Catholics. The tiring Irom dumiu'ns olfir fur Kale privately my me, lot report up to May 1, ISiH), shows total re- (formerly iiitrrrtl in the Asiph,now occupied by Ky , in Slanfurd, calle.1 the St uihIuIm) th furniture and fixture. ceipts of J;l,KoL',(kM. The Houn! i motelufibly located on Mum street, Hev. Otto Kuhr, the Lutheran min- in the centre of buinev. ha a large and desirable Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall It ii lining a profitable patroiuge ister, who spent the winter at Hamlor, UMilxtniui.iland brick building of over 30 rnomswithis Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, O., returned Tuesday to preach on as. two More nuon for merchandiing, a gnod stable ml other uppurteuaiice Jewelry and Silverware. tension day at Ottenheim, where he will lot in lltiMonville, Ky AIhi also preach Sunday. He has been com Stanford iu priwpepiun town with a population missioned by the general council ns travif re.img, in a eling preacher in Kentucky and Tennes- Iiiiji'ouo, tapidlr ui vwth pnxfett priKperoui i actii.iij good for more, two railroads place for Hotel bunues. and u desirable communiThe Best Railroad see. His business is to look up German ty to reside in families scattered over those States and ' Term uml fmther narti. iilarf ma he had by ad- lug MilUr 0.U attorni orm)eii if possible collect them into Lutheran dn Prescriptions Care M C POK1MAN Stanl. nl Prompt Attention churches and congregations. Kev. T. J. God bey went over to Lexgiven to Engravfully Compounded ington yesterday to attend thecentennial ki m ot .Methodism in Kentucky. On May lo, ing and Repairing 17JHD, the first Methodist conference evei at all hours, day lieiu in tuts Mate convened at a point of Watches, Clocks where Masterson's Station now is, about live miles noithwestof Lexington. Bishand night. and Jewelry. op Ashury, i famous character in Methodist history, presided, and mnde the journey fiom Knoxville, Tenn., to Lex- tkIASHLAND IMPROVEMENT GO. Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. ington on horseback, which required J S WELLS, Ph. O. Presc Clk. B. H DANKS, Jeweler, Wl LL ON w. I I. .v N. nearly ten days. The journey was beset with all sorts of dangers from savages 1890, TUESDAY, MAY jin .Street, Opp STANFORD, Ky. mid wild beasts. SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. (1. ROBT. FEKTZEI.. .4g.RUPLEY,-- pTOlita-bl- 1 - iitMMlHStotJ Ono-thir- d amiiie-incuts- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. HOTEL PROPERTY. ItciiiKdi-ii-uu1 1 1 FOH SA E. uni-ti- uir DRUGS and JEWELRY MAMFBJB3N 11 liouM-an- WATCM9 Watch. AMLANU. KY. 20, til II II mi I W. B. MoBOBEBTS, 1 Court-Hous- m , pre-i.are- il T ; Wa.vtkd. 100,000 pounds of wool A. T. Nunnullev, .Stanford. In tho City and Suburbs of STANFORD, KY I liuvo two yoko heavy, well brok work rattle for sale. J. M. Heid. Engineering and Surveying in all branches. J. P. Bailey hoimhtof IkePhilliis n lot of corn at?'.2.") por barrel delivered. Supt. T. J. Foster Inus bought about 1,000 busliela of wheat at SO cents fir, I'cncc .V Farris the nables one n othpr flourish-lr- Has leased trackofand will run a at gcucral Ahlilnml lm n iron turnuci-ibest. Industries i:iiik iron ore, cohI, lire clay, lino The average condition of wheat in liard and soil wood v metallic urrs for paints. etc.. Breaking and Training Stable. the country nt larj;o is reported to be SO found In utnindancv near by. Ilim live railroads, him an r experience to percent, by the Department of Agricul- tui, NiiH rlvertsti'lii'a-- couiinund, lias lof natural lie ha had sufficient and his rjtes make bestry will cnal and bettor rntes, mut-rin the business ture. him u share of yuur patronage. Give reasonable udvantnKt's than any town south of the Ohio. V. 11. Traylor bought of L. K. ropiilutlon, 7,V, Kood schooU, churchps, purki uml I'Vcry Iidium comfort and attraction. Wells 2i head of hogs at A IntliouKht ut Ashland now, at low price, will cents and a lot of James Herring at same' Inutile In ulue In a short tlini'. limit t nterirlhs known as the I ffcr for sale privately my Farm Staiifor.1 and art on foot and the progress Is rapid. price. the Write for handsome paiuphlrt or Information to Id Lewis Lunsfor.1 ?unninK near nearly to Dix Rner, There is no change in tlipquotutions Lanca.Url.ike. and Acres It is well improv.Hl has on cattle in Cincinnati, but the market thIASHLAKD IMPROVEMENTCO. omtamingUaand the land is in a fine state of ciil- cistern, is strong and active. Hogs aio weak at :1J to 4.150; sheep steady at to (1J, and lambs easy atol to 7. Simon Weil has bought for II, r I haxe added new buKlcs, ,.. .... to Goldsmith, of New York, IK) steers from mvlivcrv business, maUng roy siame cr, or -c- jion. .First. Thomas McMurry and 1,000 from T. 15. Hlpy, for all of which ho paid 4 cents. junction City, K j Anderson News. Valuable Building and Residence Lots HARRY A. EVANs, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, For Salo---Bric1 k Residence 0!cv In which now live, cst Main street, and the buiiueks block Lnuwn as the lllock, opposite Court Siiuare, Stanford J It OWSLKV. ASHLAND. , lii-- r trnni-initiatir cTi.. CROW For Sale or Exchange. . I offer my Hotel Property situated at Kincsville, Lincoln county, Ky , at a bargain If sold at once, containing to good rooms; ill necessary outbuild, intfs, c. A splendid place to open since whisky has been oted back in the county; or I will exW. L, MiCARTV. change. Address Kingsville, Ky. 107 tf I t yr For dale Twenty IIulldin 80 I 100-pou- 1 Fsurzxi Tor Sale. L,ots . In the corporate limits of Rowland. H J. DARST, Rowland. I. M. BRUCE, 15 ASHLAND, KV sV livery Stable. UMt-rnouu mi SALS AND FEED KY. STM, ra?E- STANFOHD. SPECIAL ATTEN'tToV f COMMKHCIAL travelers, Horses and mukfc Louv'ht and sold. Only hrst'Clask horeainl veUUIes ned ii lUcrj. - V, .', t Tl,1 lr. ".. - 'sr- - ?? & river, which affords cheap transportation to the Ohio. Sixth. A cheap river outlet for manu- - This trotting and combined stallion will make llltick Stallion 15s llnnUs llish, Koaled 1U7. V Logan's, iK miles Dr. facinreil goods by I'iney and Tennessee the present season at on Last of Milledgeville turnpike road leading to Published Every Tuesday and Friday SIIir.0 IIV I.M.K WII.KES E. P. FAULCONER. rivers, the former stream flowiug on tho btanfotd. Waterloo Description and enough ard bred, tilftk. Pedigreehigh, teie;)it is stand- , Mt dam Kate, by (Jill's Vermont 104. outskirts of the city, with power lbs 17 hands i,to ed dam lllark K.nuly, sure fo.il m.iL'intu en! title and action and is 'i J?KIt YKAU.IK ADVANCE to run many factories, and navigable for Better, his proeeny continuing speeda and first-- 3d dam Little Kind), by llulm't, Yorkshire. by WaHer dam Kmilt Speeu.by Imp l.etianthan. miles from its mouth, affording a saddle .iiialitie. lie hat a rcc rd of 1 to. 4th dam eTWhen not so paid S2.50 will be chirRed.-- 1 bt Paiolel Sth l by Richelieu; he Manibrinn Chief; I.) le Wilkes 4658, sire of Dtavillc Wilkes, t7, splendid natural harbor for a dozen in- l MeMambnno Paymaster, byhe liy Mambnno; lie l'rhueps lus 14 tlir i in list, dam Primrose, he Chitft Mli,Knat(i tcjli, Mattle Wilkes 1 jo, one of the gieatest brood mares in the I'mied by Imp. Mencnftr I.11I11 Wilkes t it. trial dustries. 17, bt Oeor);e Wilses 37x5 States, bt Aletander's Abdallah First dam Helm mare bv lkiv Messenger: he bv asi, by Clay IIA hl.OCK bet horse yesr told, t)K hands Seventh. The most beautiful town llnrpinus. lie by llamblctoiiian; he bj Imp Me- bnno 1st dam by3dAmerican dam ol14,Kricasnu t MamK.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. yo Chief II ; dum the high, cmipacil) bmii, strung bene, sure real getRed by Cannon Whip, he certainly can be claimed ssenger, id dam Whip llird by Imp Whip, he by OeorR Wilkes 519, j sire ol 09 performers in "sire cf CenetaS a ioV4, llettie Jonet ter and trotted oier a hill) track lat Fall ill a iy Train leaves Rowland at 7 00 a in , returning site in the State b) tllatkburn's lie , srar old, Keller more than an ttalllim llvlr.j; or dead by Mantel! liq, and we aspect him tu tills Full Saltram dan h Herod; jd "dam a thoroughbred 1. jo, for Spring City. It is high and dry, performers in j i.d.im ijiiininc s j jgV4. Sola 14,. Klhe Thornton i jt His nrndace ire large tr rinse to like liraney llsmiltoiiiau 10, it 5:30 p. m nnd fine, mare bv Imp Diomedc. Hay Messenger's dam by lleurt Clay Ssneof 41 and the dams of t harli'ston 4 77, I. id) .ay 7', be will make a noble crats on ourand satires in level, dotted with blooming or wat out of a full blooded Messenger mure and by Rood Uill s Vermunt 104 sire of Uoiiner Hoy a aj, I ilkieiuoiit a 8, Watvonn a S. sitn Nu j jj, L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. elcphone J chards, marked with comfortable and Imp Hot (Inghamthe most fashionably bred trot- Ilia, k Maria t mile lenrd 7 35. the dams rflhe records were 40 and others8S8, bree of the alsstva this section.talue in his pediurte rests ia the fal Mi real Richelieu wat made in in the remaniing lti that he tepresenu horsea of unlit wisinl sots, that n substantial dwellings and surrounded by ting horse in Anicri.nand tha winner of more Kllitri Ciiimbetia sold for bit rnc. Count Wilkes were made in iMg. merit, n 5" Mail train going North Wilkes tt, Nellfy I. j?j. waMMC ancestors un both suits tvete both slur premiums and purses than any other horse in Ken ' saf. iirpm productive fanning lauds. South Abel 1 jVj, Col llradshatt a ?ot and srver.il othIIV AI.ONT lorsaers and nroducers ol horses that could ;o the 1150pm tucky. Expren train" South ; ers in ermont sou of resile and get the mottev and HavekukB colte Yorkshire; he by lllack the jo usi bt Downing' Waterloo's dam by Helm's ' " North " dam I.VD, th. dam of I.ady Majolica J $ hy from gcaiel 327am Hawk t il dim l)) Itanlaj's Culumbus, Eighth Kxtensive Fanning Ijindc Hsates will tb likewise Imp Yorkshire; dam by Weistger's llelshmtar: o.oam llrowa Chief 4445 sitoof Mst I 14 Local Freight North and the STAR WII.KKS is line salted and us band ad dam hy roan id South.. 53Pn Fields, pastures, meadows, orchards, vine- owned by J Kossuth; and dilm the liotid N marc somen colt as you can rind in the Wilkes f.tmils. dasasof Altamolit t iSVj Uidy Majoluni b $SO, Money Duo wlion Maro Proves l.ue He has net er been handled lor speed, hut will e Helm afterward b) MamhrinM Chief The latter trains alo carry passengers. yards, nurseries, gardens, etc., surround Wntcrloowill stand at with Foul. trut fast when liandled. He will make tb season t dam F ANN IK dam of Dolly, dam el Dire, tor The abose iscalcttlated on standard time. Solar 1 17, horndale J aaVf. Onward and strawberries of 1800 at mv place j miles from Stanford on the Spring City. Peaches ?, sirs, of time is about 10 minutes faster a at, Jons. V ISiyne lloori a ssj to Insure a Living Colt, Dantitlc pike at $15 and other fruits grow in great abundance, bt Hon rankliu. son of Ilhrrac, son of l'ear nauKhi, Ac. lien Pranklin'a dam bv Jahnson s I'ocliiic 1 1586. CITY, TENNESSEE. one farmer for the past two years having I hiII alto standat the same plate mr fine SPRING 5 Coppcittottom, td dam by SuxW'eiiHfi, son tsf SIKI-.IIV 1'AI.ADINi: ,Vj Sir Arshy, son of Imp. Diomed shipped J,000 crates of tine peaches per Mane) due when 0 lt is foaled lien relaiiMsd 011 Abdallah Mnmbrino Rites raie horse qualltis C, A. J. CkLV St.infotd. K). year from 141 n?res of trees. I hey arc tonIlly llaasidetoniun 10, dam by AjwricM iMar toll lo the colts that he has produied The Iron Centre, the Garden City of the es of extreme speed, courage and leei heads, with a Litins dam roCIIAHONT'.s, hy Amerbaa Clue si Ninth. Wonderful Rhea Springs are At SIO to Insureu lien man Colt M"iicy du- at 7 jm No liarav in the stamina to aland hard tr uninc South. ith He 1. (sue of the dams of i in the 10 list, In M is parted canine time or Kentucky has erown intn popnlarftt more rapsdly hr.,.. n InrL from Spring City, aplime tviitt. nninta in but two miles bt C M Claj.Jr Lire of the daaaeefMM than he has and with the same class of aurea ha a 10) and llill iji hands huh He was sired by Aiken's proached by a beautiful drive from the King William he bv King Phillip ist dam llltick painrdsuch notoiiet) If) 41 want a her with dam M.R ANN, by AlesauoVr s Abdallftlut, A Good Point For Profitable Investment. iron rlad constitution el, . then breed to Abdallah lure of the dams of Jerome Mde t iH, laieiiU latter point. Here is a handsome hotel Satin Jennet, she was sired by King Phillip, d He is also a )rcat dam producer aad Mambnno by Morecasile, Jai k il, etc son of HantbtetoBian 10 qnt'fetion is often asked, whnt is with the most charming surroundings dam proven himself ahe by Jim Porter, This of his The some da) will be a noted prepotent sire hBs finehreeder A number PtiDINKis a seal drew n, 3 yeara old. f 100 at jlrd hands, fine st)k, handsome I) proprlioeeil and Hay pril ,lh the substantial basis of nil the "booniiii";' that nature can bestow, and a mineral rolls hate otd for the coltttl caning time. foaled or mare parted 1S86 stallion, if hands h'jli Money due when very prowiting $tOO, With Roturn PrtvUetro. He comlMnes the lUmbleteaUn His 1st dam by (.ray racle , d dam by Cop towns in the South, and the prediction water that has become celebrated tliro'-ou- t with Lien retained tillmone it paid iro-- e hacked by Alesandei a Abdallah perboliom, c He was sired bs hiel, I W LOGAN, Owner. 3 and should produce great speed and remarkable Jr,b) Mes,eiicr Chiel, sire 01 aMund Mt,inr is confidently made with a shake of the the South, for equalizing the circularaid a ranee His descendants atrrertam In prose ioti , it dam Jennie Klino 10, d dam hy head, that the "bottom must drop out" tion and restoring the the secretory orcreat, hth upen the track and in tht stud M sn.br 1110 MesteiiEvr, jddsmby Mambnno Chief, 5131. l lemivest. 4th dam l) imp Napoleon; (th dam sooner or later. The very word "boom" gans. Rhea Springs is a noted summer P R I N C K P S JJ. SIRBI) II At dam by liter; 7th dam by Darnaby's ln $90 to IllHUro ucde; bth dam by Cannon s Whip, oth dam b) a kind of suspicion of charlatanry resoit for invalids and pleasure seekhas Woodford Mambrino JlK slnpp s Paran Messenger Chief tas sired by ' (standard Rule ' dam I.Ol'lIi: J a, by lUmkaHNMN 10 (siraaf about it, and it is often inappropriately ers. Ab'l.illali 1'ilut, st dam by .Mimortno .tiessmicer Taienhane M all iioints Mares bred en the the il. ras vi I rinfcet J 11. bv I'riareBs. (eaota shares a special!). 11 jd dam ! Mamhrino Chief, Ac He sited Maud used to describe a strong and vigorous, are. grated at $n per tve k l ', h.imlslnjh foaled isi. hunt I.arge deposits of Fire Clay lllaek stallion Tenth. 10k In I'ria t i4, bv I'nftcep. Marvel 1 it: ManMesscmrer ifH, Abel n . by A Ifolrfsmitli, tran,;e count). New nrk FrinceUm igV. b I'naceps, Kail a. It,, cash, (loud are taken of slock, but at owners rva, iW; Hobert II, record j 3$, trial ning growth entirely healthy in character. aud Metalic Paint. The finest Building risk Main bred to my stock and then bred to Sired bj C istel ir iohj. b) Frimeps ' ji, and otlur fast ones b) Alexander's litdim VVnhtirn Maid, by W'ohurn When one reflects that in the Kast Stone and inexhaustible Limestone. A dam Mollie dam of He DeaniftU. Lottie J t8) other steik. the mooes due Mares bred mj Alidaltah Pilot sired lie dam of Carter, by Lm Island illai k Haw k i7lt le. ord y sire parted with faefelt lhe in. ran, e. He HUndina bt Mambrinv Chiel I hate a k and there are 510 iron furnaces, and that l."0 thriviiiL' citv of 1.000 inhabitants with tnd dam h) a Mambnno horse seemed Ike trr.if I'riare a,S, A' .Krandsire tf ttilh re - cesof Sam good na. and J Nasit.ra). hoib men f sired Pickard iU, Red Jim and others I'. itl dam r) .tiamnrino .Messenger nds helow j tu, and t.rren s llj.haw with its csprrieiice, Colbiim i , Alexander's Abdallah ire of Kysd) k's Ham of them are now idle because the price excellent schools, churches and business , handle wliu plrsscd I astelar, oi by Volunteer. f, sire ol St lul- - bletonian, sire of Dexter 1 17H sired r.old.miili tour ,l sltn i, for tou bv ipii fi. iflt of pig iron on the market is lower than houses. dam bt Iklllounder sue ot dam of Hambieto il. ol Potter'siIhih Mm, l NaaIiih, W tlfi Um Maid s 14: Maor Kdaall j kj, who in turn sired man pertoriners Imported rriier,' Iterk shire hogs fur sale Star Robert McOregor 1 17, dam moml. son CUv: 10 of lhwinic Midtnor sire Send for ar.t of .sleu.lrj p, litres etc. Cot Association is dam of Artillery i'lV, and Mildest) t s, by t iK,Ac, Arc it costs them to make it, and when one, The dam by reapondcMi c solii itrd a dam bt llertraud. further rellects that all the furnaces in composed of practical business men of Aincmun Star, 14: 3dllamblctonian, tu; ist dam hi. Klino, record so, wm Hfd by lexandr's Woluirn, by Imp lo and Uirminpham dis large means who, after the most careful Miss Coolej,3i, 'lflegraph ioi ; jml dam, tht Abvlallah, data' said the be byof ine iillfcMHder,.Vc by the Chattanooga MatnbriHo Chief, site scoad dam of Mil. COMIUNLD si W I lN. dam ol lieo Coolty, by Friday Chief, J r. tricts can make iron and carry it to mar- examination, have settled upon spring Kd Barlow s, ill stand at my stable. jS '?imlet Motseagcr Mambnno sired the great I.ady home Patchcn; who in tura sired Sliand (.laic hr and m otkers la t jo and better ket at from f 2 to SJ a ton cheaper than City as the most advantageous (oint in from Stanford un nearnew White Mill) and Ills London 1 Dinlderar's Kiter, lurnpike, and also sired the dams of Ouy Wiles t isH I'ar the eastern furnaces, a reason bejiins to the South for the manufacture of iron, 011 Wilkes 1 it and the dums of 15 otners with ill n ak the si'a.oe ol isi it in .1 ir 41 slan be apparent for the so called "booms" of and for the establishment of a great in- At $10 to Insure a Living- Colt. records ofstart! and belter uf 1890 at oursuMc I'oaletl April ltt,rl isli He will the season fuftl at it tlir s .4011 many southern localities. As compared dustrial centre. They propose to make I will also gne a J10 premium for the best mare nearTumerssille at .,1 M.ud S, rcf r,rd j ..11 BtllKiH.D.u.e, nil,. with the ."HO furnaces of the eastern here a permanent city of- factories and colt and 7, t lor th Ixtt horse tcolt of Ed liar $12.50 to Insure a Livinsr Colt, I oiit. low's ct tube thown in Stanfor the first Mimda) $10 to Iusure a Living Colt. irsi dam olande dam oi nae. rri ord Ul States there are but 31 in the whole furnaces, as well as a city of beautiful in October., 1S91. AUu my joungjai k, . I ... ... U., III. .. til .V I , not r allow ej 10 serve sounii ana an right it v, .SUIWOUU, e If ,. Monet due a dam oung IN nia. otarc that are not icoUr broc.lert Chattanooga and Birmingham districts homes. Blast Furnaces, a $50,000 hotel, f.A l: (. t.O lit hen the coil comes, mare .old or transferred A JOE EMBREE, Dam of Voltaire jnlj sire ol lleesemcr a lWj and every one can go on making iron at electric lights, street cars, lien will rt held on all cults mini paid ' r Dam f Fortmn t 1,. (sire d Mlnnoiaia e ?!, Desi ripimii am I'rdigree Harris m Chief, Jr i insure a lit have driven etc., etc., aie some of the things that will will sertc a fctv );md maret at earsmold nam ol llvn.cn 4 ) a profit long after low prices record ,7. the ulh 01 jaik, j is a led sorrel , stands 11 hands j inches in height. inn cult Joe is a Dait. of (.hildc Hsruiu.isvo mire record in fine ) years oil this spring has '.ig sil and m.nc He every eastern competitor from the field. be set on foot immediately. The first last October, lie is 14, handt hih and of I.111 stvle and aitiun. llrwl bt Pet Ion kmbrtc. of is by Harnson Chief, he h) Clark Chief, the sire llrand dam ol Conusught s.reol Ctonnsnev 1 ,,s,j These facts can easily be demonstrated, auction sale of business and residence coin county, and lus a double iri of Jim Porter of Lady I borne is His dam I ute, the dam of a rnissi vim vt A ben on on all culls tdl the Hanker The most eloquent certificate of them lots takes place June :d, 1th and 'th. paid. retained due w hen the ml" comes season is Full briuhrr to llellaVId .lain uf t.aint.r.l pu.er, b) a son jol vh ahon s dam 'fit tins n Chief, Jr, is Br MAMRKINOI ooa lSs. but the W ClliUr.sire ol Lade Thorne or mare Monet Mambrm he "ui uf a mate record ic, v. j sS .M by Atvtander s AhUIUh, u il.sn. I.) Minesokey, )sr old. is found in the situation as it is in the Ixits for sale privately until .May L'Oth at iuirled with rifi.rt.urtitjKy Stanford, he by Old Islington; 3d dam bt shsmhan's lorn j Dam Portia, hr KOIIKLCK. IIV KN FIELD i jn cast loO out of 'AO furnaces being idle Hill, he by Hall Snckiit;s ,il. .Urn b) Uae low figures. 4 Dam by WIIII'lvery Semsei niter t su.an.1 aire of UoMsi a Crocket; sth dam by Hal. urn, ih.ljm by Wells' l'he alsDt-- re.otd is no meoanre of "hi. ! I . and in the South 1 (for :50 per cent a It4 ,, Pa.aasll a f aaal o( dm taf For further information see prospectus Crusader weespe. t him logo trader ao this Kail ID. stick of ;tl :iA per cent. There or address Mr W II Wilson of t ynihl .na. K . sold a causes) out i dam by llrlawmt. aire of 31 is the Isat aal HTMsd AOd will make the aeaaoM on lhe mm csMMbinrd geWing, a full broir er of H arnaon Chief I aire of 60. Creek. Kj . ,lr. tro.n is very general feeling among the iron oib.r. at Ii,;so air h Hume X no o., Silver staler Jr , for Ji.soo, also srM The Axt.i.o-- A mkimcax As.Vx Lijiitku hr SON OK is. ilain or hne " Jo',, aire irf m the lel ami Alir llcnakrr suid anoibri tomloned gelding for Kichmonsi lhe I. an. tumpikt. men of the east that a material .reduccrundstieet. lllax-Spring City, Tenn. Sss, so you , an see lhe hreeil M this h.ir is more The following li.Hii.il illn.ns tl'' nmki the sasiti dam hy ermat Hawk Miucbt .Her than iiy Mher stallion a.tiieybring ol Dausi II. Kt nul.s .itl.-.jat ni) l.inn tion of the tarill rates on iron cannot SJ.fo Ftiarkl, ien on! jy, by Kysdrk's llambbl'Miian heller pri e lhaii an trer stdll,,,., if tho market dam Julian Maehree. by Ssft ' Amrncss Mar long be postponed, and Many tliousand.s of dollars have been His oldeat celts art coating two tar 1,1. Kcllight sill make tin- msiS ijo attt.a.l-lawH ill arart mares at 10 c.nt. mi d.v .,. price of iron should be lowered southern made by hundreds of people lately by Slock Farm, ', saile ea..f she lb y ( ii ai Ms Nj.lriid.il l. are, . ouiif Sa.t't, t .Id, ii, iisr ailr.ptnsusrr apes it. arc not rrs(H,i.it be indetinitelyinultiplietl. "boom furnaces must actidrnis or r small investments in the ami Millie II $15 to Insure a Mare with Foal. to OeiM t a s i r s H' It SAM (.0 Of all the new cities of this favored re- ing" cities '6f the South. Have jou a Full bmthet ! ?,', at tears y sheii w i v MAMKKIN'ii cut k gion Spring City, Tenn., is, by actual feu hundreds, or even less money, that dam Ilv A1IDAI.LAH OmI OcUimm isr V'IIh llopkin-b- t my stal.b' at ill n. ke lhe season rf iIq, count, the most favored. An energetic you would like to have doubled oruund-ruple- a dam .Mollte Winfivt'bv Avant's Ahw Ithe Mrv ol at William Siaifrrly i i6 ami N'tm O i body of capitalists of large means have in 'M days If so, by going down Abdallah Mambrino by Alswmt 30 bought a million dollars worth of prop- to Spring City, Tenn., now, before their dam Ltd clam of lowly Majolica 2 j hy Hnwa $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Chief erty in the thriving little city and the great sale of lots on June I!, t and .", you 2 dam I'snnj l.j ilea Franklin. 'a . p .inla. ..', h. 1. h,.h. t .1 I.. tlo Money due when the colt is foaled or the mare by Wnmer en its. s,, ,, p,, kk, parted with .rt .( Nil rich mineral lands adjacent and are can secure from the Association at pri- 3 dam Name Si O N al j al',. m.l .i HcL ku, Dark ha) if hands high, weight joo pounds Kajle lienasark is a beanliful seal brown, with A.l.e. . ,. Daisy following the most enlightened policy to vate sale lots that will go for three or Foaled June, iss good mane ami tail, hand , inches high, will e t Terms. $40 for the Season, Prto.k) trial t ,0. Ms .infc f. iria. ... and lite yeara obi this Sprint; haa never been handled ry Leu. more ib IIV CI.A WILKLS. give permanent value to their posses- four times as much in :0 days. better-a- ll more than two w.eks, hut he is full ol gaila and have shown trial. f t in last sea return privileges t mares not proting Heb) Georse Wilkes he b) Itysdyk's With n tor a producer nl saddle and toe. erhlihi. certainly wondctlnl for ao ) ear oil sions. First dam by kifiilar; he br Volumr the best proepsjct sialnon with Inuiied orporti,nillrsl by t,eo ViUM om li red hursea in this part ol the State. M'lUMf lTY Kepular Wilkes h as fine jailed Hor.ea will he the Iron Centre, e. sue of II ,tr) llee. . .,S. I.u) Spring City, Tenn., by OnTlntr, he i.t Sionervtll lack He was ,Ur. found in the Willie family. He has never Ihwhi sun, he bysired SMITH, Washington Denmark, he b) lllack i is, Red Wilkes is re ol Prince dies is a remarkable combination of pastoral the Garden Citv of the South. She ran kaadled for apeed hut can go ver) fast Wilrtam 1. sireol Astell t)rarttssl record114,! , ., Denmark He will make the season f ilcjoatmy Imeae two sold lur $10$ 00 an.l is he only horse that stau.i. MRI I) IIV C. 1 CLAY if beauty, of picturesque scenery, of agri- make iron r0 cents a ton cheaper, than st dam hy son "I Aleiander's Norman mke at mile from llnstimsille on at $1,001, the season nl dam one of the beat load mates eser in Cencultural anil horticultural richness, of any city in the South. While she has D.un the dam ol (Jiiinine S I irtt dam FJua lane dam al Mtud Messenger tral Kentucky 1 iHI by Oemle Ilreuae, aste of Pearl $10 to Insure a Living Colt. 10, .Um wonderful mineral wealth, and strategic adjacent un addition to the Walden's C F. Clat bt Caliluiii. dam Soiprarm, dam uf ) Pearl aledium is of In industrial and manufacturing situation. Ridge Coking Coal), a body of Coking IIIina jo list, i hehiti- a lo, urutid ilam Abbc.dum uf Liuli retaiHoi oft colt nil the service money is and these pcaetcroes yon will tnd meal breedingl Second dam KiMy Rivers Idam of llrrlie (lul, , theae aiallMkSM. ) mil see individuals i .in list 2 yearol.iittt.Mdj n on slow b) Alctan.ler . No repaid Maroacrajed oh reasonable rare beauty and as breeatera second so Heme. Mend Abdallah, sire of Goldsmith track It stretches out, a beautiful level plain Coal IU00 siuanne miles in extent, unGranville will be limited tu tea appnneil mare sponsibility for accident! or escapes tetris. Maid 14, Kosnlui.l )cnr mar where Ihey will bo eoeerir cared for a Jit,, AlntonL Iklmont, A. Ridge surpassed in the world. She must be at thetert low price uf of Il.OOO acres oetween Wulden's J T LAND. C.l SVN'DIDOK Tanr.l Urtin b) Red Jacket sire ol the dam of iot Ky. More land. li Kentucky Uiltes nl. autx ,,, ,C(0,d on tho West and WYnell Heights and the distributing point for this lemarka-bl- e $50 for the Season, likes Ittllc SoSi74. I.iie of llrown aJth,and William. on the east, its fair bosom Laura Hill coal for all the Tennessee Valley furtyV. Cnsnbni Isire I if Willi the same (torn pmilefes as ala.v, . aoSsJ Red Wili.es (tare of I'nnce Wilkes by the great Texas, New naces, (io there and invest in a lot at ,4i, cut in twain Mares fiom a distance kept on ra. at lier Phil Thompson t soH. fee by Comet, son of She, month Hay and man Morgan Orleans k Pacific railway, and washed by low ligures before the great sale J line :d, rate- - Pains takin tKraui if acidiui at M.inuil'li ec atonl nt not Fourth 4am an eatra fast aaare, supposrd to . liable should any nc ur theeverliinpid mountain waters of I'iney 4th and ."th. of Abdallah and Messenger blood St ti itli y. Record bree- A W SMI 111 Dai.wlle Kt if Petosk) (T.J), by f,eurg Wilkes a, hrst l... Kiver. Standard tannic dam of Nellie O'Neal t H, tnal s Kalij Jackson tts( , trial iv at 4 tears old, t.tr THE FANCY SADDLE STALLION, The sum total of its advantages over llrown Horse, 16 Iwnds, foaled May, ill). Char ley, trials! j years add a a and t others th .. .ill other locations in the favored region could trot .lose tn to b) Iron's Cadmus, sire SIRED IIV RIKN'ZI, lwafcontas t 17U, JU ( lull brother to King Rene a jotf of the Tennessee Valley, when weighed standard IIKKKK WlT.KhS will make the sr..n Standard under Rules 6, 7 and t. dam by Almotit Format a yVt. son of Alaaont iSyo al at pla.r sensitive scales of industrial commiles Irom.Stanlonl, K in the 'I lie above eleeantlv bred horses will make tht Rush Ilranth pike at IIV I'KltTF.NDhk petition, is sufficient to turn the eyes of Foaled Mat 1,18' tease of i8.;0 at "Maples,' two mile from LanSon of Dictator and Winona by Almoin. tiam by Oarrarsl Clsiel, sire of lUsil Duke a Jll( .is aruh Mahoory ta, 15 caster on Stanfurd pike, where they will b, fouad $25 to Insure a Mare in Foal, all thoughtful business men and capital- hands hUh, beat t mane and tail, is strirtly line 1st dam Lancets by I,aniuwod. at any timu ready lo serve mares ) dam by (liey laigle IbHser's aire of ad dam oi both natural and pleasant saddler, and fa in y , is Son oi Hnmbletomaii, dam . ists towards it. Ijidy Davis 1 iOt. breeds fancy and whet) quit tly driten ill harness Lady Rockafoller by AmerARTHUR SIMS, pHi Money doe when the fa. t is as. errainr ' or mite style on both dam by Ceppeibotsufn, aire of dam of llasil Duke parted with. Read a brief and temperate summary goc like a trotter He is dam liny Richican star. CIA IM sides to the third enrration, is hacked by thorHy Can Knot, record a a, with 14 in mond, by liamhletonian. class r of its advantages as a location for manu- oughbreds on both sides, making him tery active ad dam Mis Stevens by Hdtvtn Forrest. and to in 1 it tlas. (it Knot by Versanti IT.NCK is a borsve of great natural snee.1, ha.iirin Hero, 141, lam Daughter of Arthur Stmt' 1st made a record of t j third heai at ) ears old and by Mambnnn Chief. facturing and industrial enterprise, for and sprinhtljwas gait, ill form and finish a perfect 3d dam I'olly Stetcua model. He sired by bumpier Denmark, be KiU. bj Iltiy Itichmond, sire seeking and invest- by Coddard's Denmark, be by (lames Jk Crom- sire of dam uf St Cloud,of record jrecord 2j, atMl dim, I. ady Arthur, is many llourbun Chief, sire ol' overa very alow track I Ihisi. ano usark i his residence, health other good ones, and is swe-d-, as he haa shown rials in tt and quartets Idy Alaud i i and ai. well's Denmark, be the race horse, Denmark heel He te Lilly Arthur, Note. Lancet, brown with right w Inch a rale ol a i Ver) bands he b) Imp Hedgeford His first dam was sired left hind pastern while, foaled May fronti8o Iand out ofbay i)t4 hands thoioughbrnl proten a hand in ment: his sntne high and has hnnaelf some tccondt, like, isand after seriing a limited j), and blood by Sir Wallace, by Todhunter will staio al my sia1 inexhaustible fields of he by Sir Albert,lie(thoroughbred) a Sir Wallace is a handsome and turt stylish cult, high finished a Ana breeder , ill stand at at M. KlI.lH ) First. Two number of mares will be work est for a fast record d dam by and with qrcit muscular power; his luus and feet thllr Ja. k With the blood of HamMesuniau, Maiuhrino tessnr 01 n,. lit.. Mors, Ridge and Iron Hill, 'dam nl irL'iimi. by Tranb, thoroughIron, good. Hiaactiun is open and trapp) and hi Chief. Pilot, Jr , and Kdwm 1'orre.t. and as great $20 by the Insurance. bred! he by the clcliraled Masons Whipp, 3d are I'reteiuler is last, showed a breeding cscellent f mile, and the latter dam .1 Whipp mare he should make' a great an individual as he i the formui quarter in 35 seconds and is by Die lator, sire ot slock horse W ill make the wswa of 140 at Ine UISl'KEX VKRJIONT, trotters whose average tweed is greater than any six miles from Spring City, from which A Farri. at their I rack 1L4 miles stable nl Pence three sired bv other stallions His dam is well V ANDOTri, TOM KOISIXSOX, West of Stanford, Ky ,at in large quantities ore is being mined II) (rtll's Vrniioi.t the icd.grieofiliiii uiikri bred daughter of I.ancewood, ton ,rf Hambieto taluahlc horse Hy Metropolitan, oue of the best bred sons nl daily. Spiing City's iron ore is no ex- Son of Wallace Denmark il.ovi 1st dam bt Mil man, and he should make a to Insure a Mare in Foal. He will stand Ityadyk'a aetbfetontan, havini; for his dam $30 ler's Denmark, heht the race horse Denmark, his WATKKLOU, periment. Clam, Htae)nth by dam Florize; sd dam b) Iomn"iiicT) '.Olncr, 3d At Ton Dollars to Insure. dam ol DcxtsiVoluateer, second dnin the siretoe Mares parteil withlorfrit insurant e Mares kept My Dr P of 3 17 and Dictator, Southern dam by Old Dihdiioii. Tom a tine shaped horse Second. The Cincinnati Lofan's W aterloo that ha. Director s 17; l'hallas a A, and black with lieav) mane and tail, 15 See at re. is. nan Ir rates, but 1.0 rcspotisilalitt for c lunds loyli of jo and is si.ndaril bred. Sec pedigree 1 10 iat daaa I .ady Welch hy William Weleh, sire cape or .icoder.1 iind Central Tennessee Railways meet anil is a natural saddler and has proven hi3cllu Logan - Waterloo ol Prince Imperial 2 Ja5 and Jernmiah d fancy breeder. Waterluo Jr 's i.t tlam by Levi Hulible's c Id here, the latter striking the Walden's dam an inbred Wagoner marc Thia horvt'nn lhe abote stock will make the season of 1H.10 at oiirncwMii jsiKsnu percent, ot the old horse R)sd)k's Mam from tains Ridge coking coal at two miles and the my firm 3' mileswill bellustont ille,touearCarpsli Reuben is over i4 hands high, e.ark bay aud BTJ,CK:IDEN bletonian No 10, the fourwWrof the Krcalest trot ter's Station, and permuted serve marts hue breeder of good horses lor all purpose, and foiled Hat tallio tv , 1' hands high, nt famil) the world has ever known, coursing newly discovered Audiews or Pocahon- by the insurance, willstaudat of fine style and well through his veins from 4 different channels vi weighs l5 puun.l ill he permitted t set te 15 or ao mares at 2ailed tas Coking Coal. Rysdtk's liamhletonian, Volunteer, Metropolitan Tom Wallace Wilbtm Welsh SIRED ll MFsshNOKK CH1LK iSs, b and Third. The best Coking Coal in the $10 to Insure a Living Colt. $6 to Insure a Mare in Foal. f 1. A KLKIN. Lancaster .ouaiian I'lioi cent, of fixed Waterloo, Jr world (yielding Oil per lirstd.iiii own si.tcr tu Gun fieorxc II. Thorn King lluekdeti is a bright Lay without any while fine maue and .11 a tery dark brown, or I.U. DENMARK LEXELL, as, sire ol Scoit's 1 hnmae, re ord ji by Mam tail, compactly formed, full is ijV, bands high, ftue inane and tail, uf rim, ac bauds inch carbon), at a distance of L'7 miles, made Mmseugcr; d dam by .M.unl.rino Chief, id liriuo hi(;h. Cue atyle and attiou and a lion and is a natural saddle- luirse Son of Wallace Denmark, a lisndvune colt, el dam by Imp Napoleon: atb dam by Tempest; 51I1 Railproducer of rem blued horses; perleet.y km. line by the Central available He is by Silver King, the great premium horse, in fine sire and of ni)al blood, will be used privately. dam by Tiger dam bv Diinisl.j'i Di. medc Will stand .' 1st dam by Imp Huckdca ad dam by Denny's disiositiuti and a sure foal getter way, and tho opening to tho nuuket of Stock committed 10 my care and breeding will 7th ilum by Cannon's Whfpp, tuh daw by Shipp't Dreunon. xd dam by Kilmore rilmore waa a Grass furnished receive my personal attention great show horse inhls da) He washy Mon$8 to Insure a Mare in Foal. the wonderful Rlock Coal through the at reasonable rates to paid for before removal of Paragon, MKsh t,l"K Cllll-.l- , IK is tgomery's Whip and out of a mare b) I' rank, thorKejristerc as Hob ml Rlock Coal, thei stock No responsibility for accidents or escapes. dam by Veraaont, Jr. This jsamo medium oughbred. - Also thtue good young I'arM t: with .ti k forfeits insurance tnd m.tkes Imp .ScVthlan. j .lam . . It llonner'a Oray Foiglr ft I'K.NCK.V t AKKIS, btanloril J slKI I r C AiPr II It inly coal in tho world that can make acaoiii diu by dam Trial i 111. as ... u) Oustutt s Telegraph dam sirad by the great llilJACKS ALL WELL BRED, irtjn without being converted into coke, Vermont Jr , y Vermont, dam by Olivur Ms- - moil I, sire of Nutwood j iS' 4, tt rtlgewowd a lu Two j year, old mil, at $0, and 4 tear old .1 Iklmont liov 1 ii. f'rud Arthur 1 ijH and jaaoni rl".l! in vast quantities in tho hue of Musts irwluce.1 the IoIIowiol'- .Ma ml sooner Ciiicr, Sr ... tf....l .a i, $U Season doe when . olt 1. falcd ' a.il 'Uuuhlara in the a v list l.. LLLfO Messenger v Lien retained on all coll. frr the . 'h'Centnil Tennessee extension. si , tjus in. no Kalxrt H 1. c'. Manning of Dr.dam Hettic Klnksad by Cuniracior iosV, sir JI Mures kept on reasonable terms, but iio Ual.il.n West a 17. r Cheaper Iron than any sStHirtti t''4, K uneriiie alessener ''5, Mesaenger i.irl 7 30 jS jd dam full sister to I) Monr,e j yg, by Jim for aeeidcuts K. singe by I'retiy llelle 14 locality. Spring City's Iron Ore sup' J W. i,l KNs, Messenger Chief Jr , is the sire of Nannie II , Moiir., sire of I roc Chiel j m , Kiur litei Will in.iL. tlic pre. cut seas-t mv pIhcc i miles 1 iv, showed '.nn.es and wore . t blue rihhons Will 11U I.aily Monroe 16, Monroe Chief ifl, Vik. east ol Coking Coal are nearer toisteron the Richmond pike and will ply and her .',, King Jim a j and., others K ue s iys he thinks she show mare lhe hnest he permitted to serve mares at J list. Ktntock) gether, and by the extension of tho NtSu w HKI. great horse, is Mrssciiier Chief, r will make the season ol ing taredON'T CIIIF? form aaud beaut), uotaots $10 to Insure a Living- Colt, Central tl'iniles to Iron Hill, her IJAjPitCIFlC stmsautryof and with his isssy, (tictionteis way of KOing and hisgreal transjKirtation of ore and coal, without bkxxl lines, there is no reason, with kooiI eipor Money due when the eolt suck. ' $15 to Insure a Living Colt. tuaities, he should not beccHau the equal of his My fine jack, U ilriam L)le, blaek will, .tnr.,1. Tommy Wilkes, Jr., it a beautiful nay, 16 hand breaking bulk, is necessarily secured I also have UOSC, .4 lands hiirh aired great sire and illustrious brothers nud sinter. high anJ has spluiulul style and action He was aud out of a splendid jennet by Lyle's Imp. lalfc Will make tho season of rtoa at my stables al cheaper than in any other locality. sired by Letcher's 'lomniy Wnk.es, he by Harry of 1830 at my stable betweon the Very Fine Mule Two Mc Kinney, Ky.,ar, Dantille and Wilkes, record 2 13 ; he by t'eurue Wilkes, rcc Fifth Cheap transportation to marWin. h I dl stand at $10 lo insure a living eolt. ord a 21, the greatest tire ot all stunians. Staa.'orJ and Dauvdleaitd Hustulitillc pikesat OH MONTH LV BICKNESS A lieu will I retained on colt, until the ten sen Hrst dam by old Stonewall Jackson, the tiraul ket. Spring City is nearer to tho eas$30 the Season, If TrXHtN DURHQ CHANGE. Of money is paid. more ood saddle horses than uny ether stallion $8 to Insure a Living Colt.;ni market by rail than Chattanooga by GRLKTOKHsJERBUFFERmBWaBtWOlULQ an.! jacka will make the prc tern was in Kentucky. Thcaliove bonus Ills dam,.. known by eroryliody . .- i.i , my farm two jbook TO"WOMAN'MiwA'sf ,11V I... ...1, paiuu wan lorleiti insurance and monev Jn miles, than Ilirminghain by l.'Vi miles. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTAEA. ent seasonal Somerset pike miles Seulh of btan W tn ru 4114 r.turn mntiy. l.'niited to ao a.1.1-he UIU ttt... MU. ...4.V. tl c service. oataidc colt stands good tor lord Ky , tin falls due J U. LNGLKMAN ' M.S.HAUfi.-4- , Stanfonl. ,6 J P. CROW J I CO.V.V. iiMm acuj atAuatufman. iho is only miles ironi the Tennessee Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal WATERLOO. 1 STAR WILKES. Maple Shade Stock Farm. .Favilooner, Boyle County, Kentucky. 1,1 7 ! j. il 1 !, Abdullah Dlaiubrliio , pei-fect- lv ;(,, 1 i9l-f- 1 3 N 1 1 I 1 1 1 Si lo Insure Uvinj; Colt. STEVE WALKER, w A - 1 Govefs Messenger. fc sMar-Cn- y Ed Barlow, 2375, ( 1 Ilavclolc (ires-iiland-er 11 1 1 , 111 1 s Ahdal-lah.istdu- 1 j, 1. - I . I Anglo-America- n 1 . x-- Harrison Chief, Jr., Y A Z 0 0, 1 I and-.mo.em , 11 7 9 9.. , - 7 I - 111 a I '.. w water-work- s, . r- -i Redlight 5822, -- tar-ol- 1 1 tl Kak-lan-d lte-of- d lo-r- ",:::: 11 mi n'. A - c 1 iu 1 -t 1 At to Insure. d Quinine S., 11048, !, 7 - n -t -. , . - vt-- Eagle Denmark A d V 1 Regular Wilkes! 1 BREEZE . I WILKES! 1. 1 1 i, 1 1 ,, al HasaUe-tenia- ,. 1 1 ss. 1 GMSYILLE - Dans-iH- c 1 111 1 I I i Arthur Sims, 3041, Wyandotte, PENCE. I ear-Ol- d a,,, 1 1 LANCET, 7871. 5526, 1 , Wallace Denmark; .1 hixb-ta- il 1 tt . 4 11 - 1 1 2 2 Horses and 3 J aoks. 1 I Vir-clni- us Shin-Ron- e one-hai- 55- - . te-r- ) , 1 1 JK., 1 i Jay-Ly- . e r.-- . 1 Messenger Chief, t 1 Jr. $. 4 1 2SHTC atSI5; atSIO 1, 1 . e Belmont Chief 8689, 1 - 1 I l I 1 . - TeJSKlUJr tia - 1 . oth-ns- il CCNRI R 1 . Tommy Wilkes, Jr. 1 n pLaiyiL 1 1 .11 1 111 ooj-- .111. 111 1 Ten-jieese- o REGULATOR - "William Lyle. V, - fSS&A AVENSTRUATiON ut ,a Jacks, w pritilt-Ecs- A 1 i" .ni 4 ,' , " l!,, )( -- ,. .f) 'J - z.-.- . :. "t..