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Residence I NO. 24 I. UttCCK, k k a & curves. It isthe lnuiiU height to which promise. "" " '"' '"- -i STAN FORD ROLLER M I LL The unfortunate lad who is In lovo I've ovor ascended in a railway our. venting a good many from being present! ttiinly litieo better health. The Waynes-bur- fit foot and can't write a letter to his git I is AN1 KLLVATOR HoiuhiiiK tho top at Summit, 7,017 Kn otl.l Iiali.ia .kiiln.. UUIl'JO IIU ' tliiafuiort nun Hirnvni llulling nit!. ' tj church regards him as one of tho aImjvo referred to .Mm Chad wick, who tlit fnvt prominent w,llbeeW l,!!olli1 rrvt; puWu were worried and worn out from the t Low Ratci. llll'll tilHV HVlir l.llll fni'lilvln.Paiacc Stcamcm. me mnrii uiuwr nroHontoil i t o immense siioh- - has a tve writer ut his store ami will loti" "lav out" on the railroad pi... i.. - . , Tour Trlpi par Wk Between ..e nners e.o ate comp.atmng Uth pleasure in putting anv soft, sweet, btnks. relics of tlio Inn, Mnckiulo of , ,f atieiioiieer from' Capacity of Mill 75 Barrels per DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND w intei . Most of tho rou ' is covered n ith cnHitny words into houutifttl typo to help Xetoeker. The 800, Marquette, ana , Xtke Uuron Forte. hut where tuo blockade oc matters along. " 7; a"" -- me lots were so.d. Thu ' 00 Xrery Svealog Between W'e are glad to fcoe our ohl friend n.rred thu shwls hail lotted ilown ami "rt-,,0Sw,,s ltu.v w t of The Mill i a MirMartial new lri(.U Imildin? af , tho company hail fulled to replace them. Hun McOill, ''running" Imggage on this Uuisiana from Delta to Shruvepurt and torie. tsiiippc'd ith the latfkt and bmt ma. inn- DETROIT AND CLEVELAND Condi Trip dnrloi Jati. Jul, kifit aal how many farmers are homeless af- - ?",1St' t,,ut wns "ot " 1"'u'1t1' i"""1 of er aiulsitiiute within 50 yardi of the LouiMlle K Tlmt thuy w ill have tlif.ii rebuilt hy next division ngniu. Hon I an old tinier an m Siptabir Otlj. I.in.ol.i Nahillc depot Pocted. The ciiunt). Ky., the in the town of tor having planted their crops, thev'd l,ie I)?OIl0 tho hootm'rs heart of thu wheat dittri. t goas without saying. The dwiceiit Irishman of the jollied ilk, Hud despite winter OUR ILLUSTRATEO PAMPHLETS, feel that Kentiickians are gteutlv bb'ss- - ,lrst lot Mlt "p Wi,s a "7 foot "nu a,,,hvaH uf the State and uithin reach of excellent market-bthree railroads JUtee and Ixounion Tlaketa win be fornUhed is gradual and without any striking fea- his aversion to pie, pudding or "any a ponton ot tlio oat .National Hotel site. Tho ect of the etitirp plant was about $.ooo ud. Thutu is no nlace like tvioitin.Wv. 6r your Tteket Agtat, or addreee ture!), except the doop snow, to Ilntn-Iwl- d n thing that's sweet." he is a No. and it liat been run iuot ucceifully and prrlit.i E. D. WHITCOMQ, 0. P. A., OtTaoiT, Mick., l'"rlt'" 're(1 I'opplewell lwught it at My mncp it rqulpinent The Mill m now in opof people in Ixmisiann ImCu Nov., which is itself l.:KW.and then railroader and popular with everybody. Tliousan.ls THE DETROIT ft CLEVELAND STEAM NAV. CO. SW per front foot ami two others were eration and will be until Mild. may his round, rod, luminous facu had to leave homo and go further west hOIU altisale it made to clo.e upthenffairsoftlic Ing fur 1J200 miluH wo run along at uu lien '" ' a,H1 9- and live in touts until tho watur recetles. glimmeraloug thu Knoxvillu Ilranch. tude varying from that to h,2."i foot. Terras: wie uunion on .mi. Ncinon a venue was ear with 6 per cent ..ash; balauca in one and to W'e wonUl MiUL'eot to hunters t b..t S interest. Notix with ap o, Itoutlun' Store, liotwewn here and ()t in the western purl, U tho only "iiUuw the hearte o( the n.oBt proved securlt) and alien on property to secure the plwe to Ko now, as the natives Pt P ,i goo I mxod town in Nevada thro' which tenheim, which we visittni k rhwe.lit.on s nearly unit STANFORD ltOl.I.KK MILL CO.. a;,iL.n,lt'-r- e told me that tho fox. hear, rac "'--"tho Central Par ilk pasetf. and there aiu one of the greatest reports for stantord, Ky. I m.l f n 9 ileniT'1 if Ki'ty Ii Ii irs fi m'Tini v (NMil. u, km.U nf ..mm. ... .... ltl ' nif luiuriiunaciwin ujiuuui I'm) miles of it in thu stale. tl.in on con iii of a'ly ur.3"t! Tiitd pron In fuel tho swains and merry niaidous, who go t :.. mill a single improvement. The first bid i...i ,,U,,HM 1,n" uu' woui.i climb in being thei Ui "spark" away the long, languor- - l'"8 iJiuilry is almot entirely desert, was $1 a foot and then ran up to Sfi. Found Cutting Timber or Dam, tllO IKUXdlOS of llllllf tlmt uwn. ,.,.iti,i,ul .... ... ' 0,,t otxlw ' twiornooilB mm wo KIIOW OI. nlkah land, covered in many place with oos nt iirie.! ' aging- tiny Improvements lo "et '"1 M tho whito stutr, resembling a light fall of It beat's iale's Well or Driimintr Snrines ... .i.. i.. - I. On the fi I'owinf property : ..9e. ria"riEii; iiuiii ci uiii- - iiwr urni. viiiii Li . ! IIII III I'HIIIIMI. u.t.i. " r ndllllllf Illllai rwkkai hollow, and seeing U) bo the plaro hVluc Hiiort , mid whom this is thick not a vesaccount of my old age, of rewas dociJwl that they were going at too tiring Inilirou, I A Cash's, The larm Hk Is ,iroat deal r,f ,!.., rivor. Thore huKine, nrfer lor vile prmitely my s desc'rilte, the don't tige of vegetation exist. :'ti Heirs', ,uw " ,,j;,,rP ,,l,d ,hc Sl,,e WM me, iihaif callt-IMH)". (innerlymtereot in the Hotel now ocmplnt by Ky., TiwI.Hutchison i S Voui . i''. in Louisiana. I mw- rom waisthigh that H. t.W. Ter- Vht dagrefaitont or'ar braah up l the ht. Attiph in Siaufuid, thoeo tiro a thousand acres of tillit-hlry , m is niiUilwl at The .nt aim the furniture himI tture Iooko.1 black and vigorous, something A ad Sabbath at aad. ijap-Hut hi At Cox ere 'irm, 4r Hou- land in sight of tho ruilnmd. In the Alain treet, w fnrthor stvjis will betaken, but The lentre it MMntotigtbly hxatt miami leairable Freeman and K K Birr n - t.r - on Hanging Fork the the Tiiat busy little Dutchman, 11. Man-deof buine, ha a large in tore. HucW 1 cmMcmi port I saw a mining camp or twu Creek. 30 ai.re., Jolin rnl. II John utnmage and ix il.uiic a profitable' bumem It of Iouisvilk Crops are late in Tox on! tl,i,,k3il Pbnl)le that improvements, was here this week dlwot.Iuno. tuchnan'. ;oi re. '., Hinis', acre, 11. over 30 rtNimx, with 'iSaiitial bnck and Homo tiHilieiod laud, tlio only foreats sucn a grnueo sireeis aim water worns n.ntnre rorni" lor buiHins ul men rmiuliiin, a gil tiililc r"weisH. loo u res j'liin .vi t ri ;i.. . 14 acres. Hiking in hide, polu, c. Mias Salliu of wet weather. Wah irrn 00 ..cre, ud oihor appurtenances in sight. Tho noi thorn Mrip of Ttah will be made and along in the tall anXoHms .ti Mill :: Flora, of the Hubble locality, aftar a lit"' t ...mi. Hrjan. IV is quite .: i;h which to traversed hy the C. kidd t.irn ii' Aln a store lioue and lot in llutnii il will occur. Ky FARM AND TRAUE ITEMS. other tale ploasaut visit to Mi4oa Kat ami Miry W ( 'J1' " t r,:i r. Hencr, tami,an improveinoul on Nevada, which is ' r ry Mil.. r ii What effect the failure of a satisfactoli. n 4j cres i Stana.rd l a mui town w.tli a pupulation Curtis, has retitruoil home. Mr. Jow ) " VdiriKtrn'ft H Wantku. HH,iMKJ pounds of wool. ry sale will have on Someiset is hard to j.ooo, rapidl men ainf, in a uudoiiltelly tho iiooreet State in tho vein h depot at Crab i .,( t Coil'ee, of Danville, was in town S'ntur- - A. T. Nuniiollev, Manfotd. ha two railnaMls with proapecUlor wti, n a j.'-- f, t ,. n.uotori'hoii!e at Otten-- J tjrcll.iril, lint ,, liiiuii, piMily twilled and really ought ami a dtiHrahle communitoll. Some seem to think it au indica- place Sr Hotel buin-.dav. He sars that prohibition is loosing HIT! HEIMEK. hein A. M. Touco iKiught of John Helm a to reside in r to hiivo been admitted. f r (iwners tion of her prosperity that the company ty Terinn .mil further particulars may.be hud by loa ' its grip in thu capital of i'oylo. Mitis 4 year ohl mine by Waterloo for SW. CiMed orvr 'he (.front American Dos- Miller ()lej attorne, 01 myself let the valuable hinds go to would not ICIlou Mil vol, ono of thiv prettiest of C. C) ., . t'r .m u. 1'UKI.uan. . ...... .. .. r..-?z!F?-a-:--a-jiii'r ntmziev Hii ill 111 .iiam I'imipi. h , htimtiri ort, tho most desolate of all thu Woat; and nlonl Idto MH'tious of thu at HMnJoom to thulr hereto- L WI,Ju..Ht.Mt. Vamo... Mr,.KI!onCIIfJb"hlnm,,!,i miT ' tho northern uiul of tho (irent Suit imxVm M) lar for ,,a ail(1 eilU.r,)ri&in, oitv.'TMK jV ffi : KttJS ( i ' ' Ton!, ift..,f the vxport U lrttpher, V M, ' ,, I M pom,8 ,)f wooj at a hi); inland mm, h twlty and I tntbt U e fnrnil,r ..ri. ! nht. llie ,liber-- Clillbrel. hrouulit her tuu prvlty chor- - .,., of ."" .....' huovHtit nlom: thu west urn hhoro that t lie I. .1. 1)11111 1IIIH bet'.l illlt V Wltll WllU'll QS&Jzk't'f&GmMl llKa in u.... tie.r n....!.f,.tl...r (.in..1... t. ,.;,, Joiuw oW to ,r. ,, )avjdiwn. E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor , , . , hathim; imy almost sit upon H I I f ..... III III. -U 1KII .1 I11VJIII IL'LIJI til lallT I Illl'IllA. Illllt'l. lalA.III'r III I 'III I I.: tlio water. Only one livint; thine is r ill' M IM U liHSt HILT.. LI U W L ' IIifMll now of the Wrott)! u speciws of shrimp, hum, hut found in its waters wagjJLMiKBW egBagaiiaiiwapi othl,r thllll sluvess ullJ thl.,r fm)Jy No Hotel in Kent'. cky IlitisI. a vepi.( .t.o-1.Oil I. I'M! Itunce (3i., of St. Iiiid, ' .ml ..a ).i'iiviui ....:. LI. . .,..a ltl l.r.inr...... . . uvillllllllfcU ... .. f.... 41 .iv not Urxrr than a itiisiiit. iirow in" town n most hrilliai. future. lliall he maintained. ,.i.. tu'venu iiiivm 1111.1 wtttaK 10 iiiuigii' will., .illok Itea7lev ha.la tine Imp. Lou- The tniiu stopped lonj,' unouuh to al- ..,. 1:. c. c& CO., eutiuis mi., rei.ru iiynuiie , Jon lillv to fall an.l break her thiuh io a mo to take in the town of Ihjden, He has recently added to its aj.j on.trun'. Miks Ma'itf Newlan.l. of sun-- 1 Tm.S(la;.. ahlps. LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. HUSTON VILLE. KY. she wasa proi.iihin vuarlina which ia liavinu somewhat of a boom is vMtiui! her xister, Mrs. J. If. , Mr; 1?Bflgtk.v ,,,, beeM .,.',, $m plaeo I've foi.l. .!.. tV.. just now. It is the liveliest Are el.1'. alI rr The I.euislnture will throw up the Bailey. Mr. Harrison Baker, e a full ' e (. n 'rtii'i line 10 for .,or come ncroM yet. Having aiieady a popsponge next Tuosdny, U'th. I'raise the l ul s toe 1 ul ii.tl . aid Kobei an! of B.H'koaatle. nwomimnie.1 hy his wife, -AFirst-Clas- s of every Llvory are higher in Cineinnnti with Lord tltir h'arm. wmch is nearly ulation of 10,000 or r.'.OM (hut claiiniiic new ati 'ie ol t.unc .1 ort nutuc Mr J vw.t to friends here 1 Kv. t Hhlppera nt 4.10, and 8toek-M- r yo.iKXl), it is rapidly yrowini,', and heinj; I...M.I To accommoda'e the demands of his increased Green ' as ch iruentrtir hiisincs)' und will shovr A hill to ehartcr the Loudon ftre t and Mrs. J. Ii. IIut'hinKs and 3In.iUr8ure ln ,leillan,l t 2r to TurLi.ti.c r.,rri,.k. .rtn.lt.n. nlrnnnni oar uoods to any one needing anything in our valsituated in a fertile ami 4; hop are ntilroild lias passed bath llOUSeS and SO Commercial Tracer and otheM ine .1. .. allies were runting relative ,i,.Ut:iJ to 0; sl.ee,. 8ten.lv at :tj to has a bill for the benefit of Win. How ley, whore llvo j;ruat railroails centre, ..,,,. , ln -- . ednusdny. ... ,ialllli'O Danville will ho a oity some day. The people are ' I fJ Iv Ja ,lr Please call and huttlo at once. AH "Jt II. U. Moody's Htahlo with !) head of aid, of iurul county. inakine, hi ptoparatioiw for tho carnival The bill to prohibit tho auditor ft 0111 luvoiintfl imt aid by .Inly 1st will he! valuable' homes hurtled of IJex II, to come nil" .Inly 1st. 'at Kniinence. in the hands of otlloer for eol- - The line btallion, Senator, hy Volunteer, urantiui; licenses to the Franklort and TI ie crossing of the W'a.Mitch Moan pln'sl nenry eountv lotteries was pnsseil l.v leetion. .1. Ii. Builev. valued at 5,000, was anionu-- the mini- - ,,, ,Iou?0i B(U.,. ft ,0, , niul U9llIwa ,u.. tains, between I'uli aii'J Wyoming, was -, Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall without anything worth mentioning. e j)ftto to j;. Mt. X km v. There will be n Hpelliuj,' her. The total loss is ?10,o00. The Clark Stake worth f l,7l0 to the Devil's Slide and Wohbor's Can contest at the school-housvpt ttio Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Sonator Lindsay's woman's propeity this, Tridayi winner was won by Hlley, Bohespieire riu'hts bill has fallen into tho orders of yon. The slide is a curiosity in the shape ni'ht. Mr. Kueno Cook has been Jewelry and Silverware. of two perfectly straight rows of rook the trustees of the Willow 21 and Letcher .'id. These were the only the day and is, thrfore, virtually dead, ' ' V foot ajKirt, extending from near (irovu sfluwil lo their Diililic M'linol. contestantsand thulattet Mt$:f00and Sl'OO fo far as the jiresent Legislature is of the itioiiiitniu. the MNj Sl,Hli Moi.k isJ on ,,,,. fcU.k li8t tlliH rosjiectively. The race was run in the tlw top to the foot Good. between as suiiMitlie ns if the devil wifk. The Senate jwued the House hill Mis Mattie Criitchlield ptvo mud and the Durbv winner was ridden The Best Railroad l.nd been toltopiuinv there suro enough. quite a nice entertainment to the lixinjr the per capita allowance for i aoh y"rl,'y as betore. younj; ' Near Kvanston, in Western Wyomliitr, IHKiplo the other night. Mrs. Loj;iin The Advocate says that Mr. tireen pauper lunatic in the asylums at SBifl a Prescriptions Care Attention has a ivmnrkahlo cow a3 a your, by a vote of :V2 to 1. Senator Breck- -' Prompt niie if the four noid towns in the Terri Dhwsoii, who has boen .piite sick, is bet - woodi-ocfi years old; She is tory, Mw the wreck of thu Overland ter. Misses Mamie niul Willie Salleu, of has u inritljie buinj; the one. The allowance givdn to Kngr.n- Aldorney, ims heretofore been JloO. Flyer, the fast veftllmlfttl train, riiiuiiiit; Danville, are visitiim Miss i0i,orl., ealf ltldays old; tho cow is W70.afcv fully Compounded from Onmliu to Sun Francisco in two and Briyht. Mr. and Mm. Will Carter 0ft n'iihani and i Holstdn. Her morn- The following mo nbers vo.eil fo, quart; McCrearv on the Sth ballot: Senators! ing antl Repairing m-4MnliHlfilms. It was c.iuwl ly iniiniiii Alonduv for a visit to UmiBvillo. Mr. " milk venij;s I ptllons anil thro' u mispUwvMl s.vith into freitit c.im Ok'oro Uuhanks, who has been studying lh ,veninij :S pils. ami 3 .ts. at all hours, da' Anderson, Hanna, Newman and I'iemtt. Consolation ranjthird m,d Beresentatives Able, Bale, Blacker- - of Wntches, Clocks I" M- on the sidinj. smnshlns t. things gener- niedicino in Ciuoinimti, is speiidini: his ally, hut stranne to snv killitif: no one vacntion at homo. .Miss Lou Taylor, ' " "Heldof I Tuesday. He was strongly by, Bruce, Cooper, Cox, Davis, Draildy, and Jewelry. 1 except the one.lnuur. and nttjht who has been visitini: her aunt, Mrs. (hacked at 4J to antl even money for Frowo, llensley, Long, Mathers, Hed-- j Wiojntch c.ossud wucoiniiienuttd to Kiigone Kolley, has l,,mv- - A good lel of money was placed wine, Kowlett, Settle, W. B. Smith, The returned to her home ' zwz ount of his game race th Stephenson, Toinlinson, Wallace, Wnr-- j ascend to the backbone of the continent, at Somerset. There will be a meeting of 0I1 n'm ou Watches completely tk'ni.i';n.i'. 'J ii futcen minutes ' hich we will cross at Shornmn, fifteen tlie trustees and patrons at the school- - ul.v hefore, when he ran a close third in ren, Welch and Williams. Total 80. B.H. DANKS. Jowolor. J S WELLS. Ph O. Prose Oli. Densomewhat Ptrongor field. miles east of this place. Unlike tlio By a vote of 'JO to :t tho Siniate pass- house the 1st Saturday in June to elect Cimiide, the I'ulon I'aciflcdocs Gnom.KTOwx Coimit. Bennett Bran- - ed tho bill for the relief of lawlessness In ver A: K10 a new trustee. Let us have a good at-- ! not run over the Bocky MoiintMins prop- tendance and take tin interest in our pub-- ' ",MI1 ''ul,orjH about. 123 ct.ttlo on tho Harlan, Furry, Knott and other counties, STAXKOKU, Ky. Min .reei, i ,v Louri-H.er, lint crosses whero they hroak oil' into lie school. Messrs. Lynn Dawson und' nrkut. He sold 5 head, of about 000 It authorises the governor to appoint at weight, at lil.oO per bend; special judge and prosecuting attorney liih and rolling plains ami tho ascent is Junius Totten have both struck splendid soKrndual that could hardly routine on stroains of water on their promises. The ' "m f ' pounds at $2.50 and S calves for the trial of cases in counties whero ir- M. II. the regular courU arc powerless, and iiMcliiui: Laramie that I was 7,150 feel bcenery around thu .ivor is perfectly at a military tip in the nir. Laramie is n real nic Hero too tlio rivor clill's and llnjr?irl have bought about L'0,000 lbs, tubliflhesf.,, ... .;,... ;., u;.i;.,.. ii,.. force of ' ....i..i ' it ,M cenK-Tiin- ua. place of .,()i) or it.000 people, and climbing vines lend their assistance to of wool nt i'. to ;;' "V", " l,,;,' ,f ,; YVl,B , . . v a' seem to bo jioo.l. It has several Miili.iiuut tlthl IkUlltltv fl if ldVilli IlitCtJ fit' till ' ooiigiit last week-- ol 1. a. lilU l,VUIUimanufactories, among then, rolling mills, liirerent parties L'.V lambs, averaging 75 , ,,,.- ..nw ....ni- - ....! in. A Suw Curo lor ell Diucascs in A keg of powder in a hard ware sto.e t to i. John Miller, of Gar- Homing mills, glass works and Boda viti1.; rotrottts for friuiuld utul lovura, tlr- , .. ..... '... ., !..... irard county, sold to Tom Woods two in Havana exploded Sunday during the works. The Territorial nenitontiary is! , ," " cen.H. progress of a ilro, killing :M poople ami " !' 'ttlo at :ijaml located here. A detracting feature is j , veril Hi"L V .1 '' "f orWJ. .N"l ' L!!' '" ? murine over 100 others. " . that the wind blows all the time, and in iHicueiors ?.. tne .He i ' . ' . . iiciuiiwuruuuo. c.iuic ai nun j cuius aitu in uic -- I - :ssacliusetts enat, by a winter makes it - 'f Wal. Kustland 8 a shade heavier at q.iehtion is. why is it that they have novArlalaj from ImpurlUoa of tho Blood, anil III t"I III 1.1 llllh llliaNIMI tried to Hud Judge Sautley, or nmrrotl? ljel lllllfllll iiihiii III agreeable. Uanviiie Auvncnte. sniite prices. ,lwlr from thom It has been a long timo since so hopt the constitution abolishing the poll tax ftron Functional Demageneiita. tell mo whero ho boards but no one could the subject i.u .. icv I...K ,..v...... .......... ...ii..- - " trt tn vnt iw bmke up housekeeping. I since he ' " ' .growers. IIib cotitinuetl llrumess of the ". -- rTuking advantage of a recent decis - umrket for fat beevtss, and the l,'', crossing the river Oder near A DEAD SHOT OH WORJJS, ARD A CERTAIH court here is now in session. -- T. IJ. Waltov loaded with ion of the courts an enterprising agent of peated predictions of wellinfonned par - Batibor, Silesia, a ferry-boPBBVBBTIOH OF HOG CHOLERA. ' 'he tra.ie to mo ouect tlmt ttie it. passengers was sutlilenly capsized. Be- n liquor house opened up an "original Mes long ere 0 !ch ,. FonalebvA. R, IVnnj", Ilracuin, Siaiiforii; W. C. ltilf r, (icnrral Mertliti(ie, T.irne.kti'.e, , TheSu,.remo Court has deeded that, f fe foro nM,8tttnce l,uUl rt,,Ch them nt So I N & It Ji'iiu, lit Salen, Mci'ity, lir.ini't, Kuii,ille C C 'iocch .V Co Wiiwi w occupants of the boat W It. Mil'hrnoei, RoUliil; f I' Knulfn. DruiM, MiHi'rt,:ir I Arthur Zcll.fr, l.r .i ..r.', of beer in it, Cai Ur h.ir.1 W II Cnmnmig, (ienerill .Mer l.ai 'up, Prcai tn'rsyi"e , J A WiIli3T ilt were drowned. bottles each. Mc Kinney, C II cases tcr, l.eneral MerdiaiicHse, ilihtinu er's Gazette. '4 Swims. The Somerset Sales Not What They Should For Sale -- Brick 2. Have Been. A tie v. comer at Mrs. M. I In liu h I now live, Threo lady guests arrived at the up Along The Alltel irp-f, Interesting Notes Picked atu! the fst M n Tho public mile of lots at Somerset, lniiin' lir.k In .hi ,iih' u II. oc I,, ppo-- i: ell's. Haven't learned the sex. Springs Tuesday. Way. t S.iiJtt, Sunfor.! fWbl.hV A slide A Sumlay-hchoKings .Mountain has this wok, was rather a failuio ami it will be organUed I.miamik. W'i.,May 17, 'DO. looks now as if then are other things ST AM I lt 1, KV. miles at thu Ilohneh frchool-tions- e Sunday at delayed nil trains several hours. Ukaii Intuiiiok: Twenty-liv- e will prove mote interesting as well .'I v. x. llavo just lotuiid that U'vatt W'a'r- out from Sacramento, wo bciran to climb Dealer In shot and killed James IMuuuy on rs more profitable to "keep your eve Spjiio J. A. Cli.ippell has been in- the Slurra Xovadas, ami from there totho .SPECIAL AITEN'IION t, CUMMEKCIAL upon" than the capital of I'ulaski. On y top is the most interesting part of my vltod to deliver n lucturu at Friondship the ISth near Hue Lick, In I'ulaski travvlen IIorM and mule !m ,ht and ld. Mondav piior to the sale it is alleged aftornoou. Subject, "Moral Ad- - ty. An old giudge is said to bo thu Onlj tjrl-- cl honct.tlKl !ik - u.ed ill livery. ronto. ttcncnilly, where milro.uls run that iJ.M.fOO woith of leal estate changed -' cause. & OILS. over a range of mountain's they follow ti vice to the Coming ( feneration." ' George Pelmy ml Mte Anwuda hands, with evetylwidy anxious to get it So many from liure wunt to tliu riv, stream or a valloy, wliiHi gradually lends VARNISHES, ETC, flnsor in the pie whieh looked pullt'd up X.. up to a pus lit the backbone of the range; or fishing Satunlay that had the Mto SinaVton worv married at Mr. I'. Nlngli-llo- nd w ith crisp - KeMTUCiCY. Him bank notef. for every owner of DA7JVJLLE. put in his ajipeniance there would ton's on tie lUth. This ! (icorxe's see- mr4 nr. "' 'H tjbls i- - Pirn. ,V I'arrif hut these could not be found here. So SmiierM't dirt, but Tuesday the loiif u will ruu .xfmril if ami have been barely enough available lmnds ond venture and they have three chil WALK VWl'M AMI HKt'HU.VlIOVt the !r3. row I tit k on to thu mountain-sid- e the ' looked tor sale CMIMO Oil aild the chnilgo tanJ most complete itock in Central (lli'll 10 lieglll Willi in lliu littlo uii'liu cut there coiiiiimnces to extinguish his toich. StJ rn tic 'in lhi.i..i..nniiwr.f tt.i....a;D-...lW.lthHlbelalt K,m . kllMVn lc,lhetnid.. Mid mt m .uidir.s dcoraHoli.ireaKir.lf and Wir- Mr. I). L lionch. nrwidunt of thu Wo erred in saying that thu hf1, tlio ascent, curving in ami out, crawling ' - h . He aneu I'KICLs TltK ic -- nt TllU flirt is the Slllo didn't nail Ollt WOrtll !" Sliad in ri.dle ,1 mc htm an . Ant,-Uir' very there where case was carried to quartetly cou rt. It t'ooch Modhine ConiMiny,of Oovinjjton,1 V , , thro' short tunnels , lowest and wuRK thi. riKi ordrr .re- reus n mu',,., , In.. liare of ur patronage. i (tie - 5r tins projections arc ahiupt, lining higher was carried to circuit court ami tho bond wb here inquiring after relati VC8. IIulS j.iacnl I till. (ItlifcQt Iriltrtiiip fiwili t Kmi seen vet previous, presenting on everv side a de- " . . . . , . and higher, roundim: tho sharpest carn- fuu C.n ti.l ilfkl it.Li...l nl ftAjl ls ow' ,,s perhaps the wealthiest of the name. l "Cupe Horn," up and up it goes till 9 WW ar teportiHl in last isiiie. al , . blue as the sky altovo u?. ... . i i..,..o ........ i miii.. ....i i r.unin umin ui jum inmrra woniu i tlio rocky, eracgy canyon is thousand of i. w . .'iiiiri, oit i. u'oKcaiie, w nose Fate scorns to he against Someiset ami ' to know that we met Hovs. .1. M. feet below ami I naturally drew Imck latnetitwl death was ehiouirlml in last 1)B M Oil good woatlter was alwut all the good from thu window with tlio thought of week's Mt. Vernon Signal, was it oousin Coleman, .1. M. Itruoe and J. T. Itauiott fj t i n iil.n 1ik.J . ... 1. .!..&-- . a At... ....1.. sk v bk m w y " ' , ! 9, tlio awful co ii e j uo n com if the cars should of Mr. .J.T. Chudwick. of thisulaee. mul i ''t- - Worth, Texan. Iiro. Oiloman's iHiiuaiicie in iviiig-vii- ie ., ami anoi nor jump the truck on one of thoio shott a young man of much biillinuuv and iieuitti is not ..m.i .mi .. ii,:... he ought ' iuimenfee one South of (nutu irtmi ' tu lived,' Somerset tinrt in ol nfr inrsif, us i tht A. E. GXBBONTS, m urn, 1 rn oouti-S'unda- i MLL P8PERS. 5? MISTS C. -..-:- CBO vV P)i Ti,,i, r,- hei-van- ,.ih1B1.iit . ' ' ...i. . nl , . V" a. WotaW PuMio Sale. 1M -- .... - Ll'STii- - ,'1';! - ! g '' - ,, tlUIiPAV, JLlMi I9, m TO MACKINAC Summer Tours. . nea-leve- l, fei-tu- ro lll-- l lt "... ' snow-sheds- .1 r ;, 2 1' ''. t't y , t, 1 ; I R-n- t. .P'veiy. 1 corpor-atint- i. Ono-thir- d S50 REWARD Sii-uIh- v 1 i... 1 ... ! ' ,"r r- ...... m 9 1 ; " i iTSLtT- - - . J,1 T J ..-.. I , HOTEL PROPERTY. 1111 1111 FOHSi5Ll.E. I 1 . 1 be-lio- hymn-writer- . c o ,noment Yo-in- , W. 1. . l, iniil-l0"- ; . 11 . I r.-- 1 1 f 11 . , ' 1'-- pro-p- i 1 11 iv, , ,1 , i -- m-w- TTl jfc , .ert 1 ib-i- m - ."'i..v M' U",e,Iven'ook . lili '..tl rrinrr rtM,rrrt Z?L; f liUUt)I LaWl&JaSiWil -- ' ri WMMl I poi-foii- , a 1 111 111 a I - m. tiiel jtn.,,,l'3-.vl'Wniwmare,I.a(ly.ronei' !, W,4;nfiaifclflV'Kir,rri 11 i . J '"" J T. SUTTOiST -111 j tl' I'ool and BilliardJParlors It-t V- - ... any-thini- ; u-s- ctle ! Stable Ca-.-- . w 1 well-watere- d ' -- I ...... 64-- tf 1111 DRUGS andJEWELRY H AMFJ JII5 .V oJ&i& V.rXS!l m Watch. (Ji- e te-ac- con-corne- d. b-- v 1 ' '"k-j'ive- ! j -- ' 1 Mhh , I'y's I j j j j I"ihj 1 1 I ! W' Iiifo nl , DRa ' ELLIOTTS bni-jics- s , , tnn " ffl ,' - ;,,.!. ' M . W DFOOD, .,,,,, : ,, !" Z lSni lV'' h i,uii-iiuiiik- . I ot TsaaM5-- 3 HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs 1 ' 1111 ri,,ii oft-re- at ::XRZt , -r-lo- ad 'S? 1 i.Tnlv r 11 "y'n .r fl ill mil .'if It is said tlint Henry M. Stanley, the pension explorer, in shortly to wed Miss Dorothy edited by Col. Kelly, former nuuntfor Kentucky, is opposed to the Toniian, an English lady, tliouh it was Morrill service pension bill. The gift of given out that ho was a woman hater. May 23 1800 a Stanford. Ky A horse, pulling the delivery wagon pension to a few old men survivors of obligation on of Mrs. A. J. Curd, at Willini.ishurg, ran fnririnr wnrs creates 110 tui the government it thinks to put a mil- - over .Nellie Kulil, a little lour-yeV. P. abb- bodied men, thousands of rhiM of A. liuhl, a grocery ineiehant. lion we C lieilll, ,,U tin,. in tirnmurmis i riMlinsniW,S. 1 III' .... II (I IS 1101 VCl l.nkik fit IHU UH HU- Iid- it lii'lii ... il. ... . liito inm..; on its nav rolls. For anv soldier wound iure shv wicrc is uu nui.u Keep to we Mr. Crisp, of Georgia, has a crisp e or disabled a liberal pension is provided; for those since incapacitated, well-- e way of putting things. He cover a deal DEMOCRATIC TICKET. inducted and comfortable soldiers' of ground in the remark that the McNo nation on Kinley tariff hill is class legislation in be homes are provided. Ur Conniy JmU THHMA" W VAKNON oarth ever cared for its army better half of a class of men who are thus being " Coutay Attorney, JOr.PH I PAXTOX; than the government of the Tinted paid back out of the public pocket their " ComuvClerL.UEOKGi: II CuOPKR. Lilc. in. nr.n.ru rln- Sheriff, J NMENT.rrU, States cared for the union soldiers. No contributions to a campaign fund. Uoods, ULotlung, Shoes, A bill has been reported to the SenJailer. SAMUEL M. OWENS; been so liberal nation on earth has ever JfrtMuio'.j AV Fin,.. I y Aseer, E. D. KENNEDY; ever in granting pensions, or bus granted ate by the judiciary committee subject-n" Sup't o Common Schools W. I McCI.AUY imported liquors to the laws of the such liberal pensions' to its disabled sob " Sarvejor. HARRY A EVANS; ' Coroner. ARCH CAK-Odiers, or has done so much for the wid- -! several States. It is designed to prevent ows and orphans of those who were "original package" importation and sale decision. slain. It is this excessive liberality of under the late supreme-cour-t county Laxoley, the .'o n ' J. Hale Sypher, of the government to the soldiers which tin. T...insliitiir( scctiisto be in the practicing law in Wash- bad hx. He is accus- - bas caused the pension agents, deserters Louisiana, now miilillH of a nn-ttington City, cnarges that Russell U. Har-- 1 wee It. ed of withdrawing a bill from the gov- - and coiree coolers to grow bolder and .. i i .1... t ....;.,: i riMin nas ueen eng.igeu i... int.- i.wuirimui emor to permit his county aud others to bolder in their demands, which hawd Lottery Company to represent it in ')C, One: .Men's cowardly ' , Men , -vot aid to the Ohio and lift- - Sandy rail-- 1 usually been met by a o i wool hv i willing to vote the people's money Washington at a salary of $2,000 a without authority and then surrep- - gress vear. s titiously returning it Langley's seems recklessly away to appease the cry and Robert Hopkins, a Louisville conI K. , V. v7,;,.k. ftj(. j, tinr. "to pull the secure the soldier vote. n to have" withdrawn the bill mitli, a prisoner vict, stabbed John V; f ''". bosom of his republican eon-wool over the eyes The McKinley tarill juggle, designed from Harrison county, to death in the Mituents, who were very much opposed to pay at the public expense the debt Frankfort penitentiary. An order to to its passage, but returned it to the gov- the .'.'ifT incurred during search all the convicts for knives result publican party -.v j1' . ernor's desk in a secret manner, when the Inst campaign in the shape of fat ed in the collection of fully half a bushe rv'" . w"j5 , v o,o vivu.ni. ,lf,M e he had been bribed with l,000to do so. fried out of those who were pecuniarily of dangerous weapons. crookedness in Of course he denies any A freight train struck John Myers interested in the perpetuation of war & i the matter, but his actions belie his taxes in time oi peace, was rushed ami W. W. Teasley, two drunken men u . i" .: 7.1 ji IJi'. Slllfl. TltTV IfOOIf ft I I .1 ,. crt,w,..,7 r UCfOyfyf Ht, .. The whole thing was given through the House Wednesday after less who were sitting near the track of the L. o?n : words. IIJLLL i i... a ... .. f away by the governor's communication than two weeks debate. The vote stood & N. not far from Jellico. Teasley was of Co to the Legislature informing them of the 102 for to W2 against, only two republi- badly hurt, being mashed andbruiedall come be strange re- withdrawal of the bill and its over the bod v. and cannot live. Myers cans, Coleman, of Louisiana, and turn. Langley, it will be remembered, escaped with slight injury. of Arkansas, daring to vote is the same (lip young fellow against Some young men and their sweet against the taxation of the many for the whom n pretty school teacher got a ver- benefit of the few. The lull is a great hearts gut on two hand cars on the Rich. dict for slander and the same who was so outrage. mond, Irvine it Beattyville road Sunday unmeicifullv excoriated by Attorney and when they started down grade jumpCoi.. W. II. Yost, a giant both in phyGeneral Hardin for a piece of malicious ed oil in time to save themselves. The impertinence that he worked through sical and mental development, will oc- cars went on and demolished a bridge at the Legislature in order to get even with cupy a seat on the Supeiior Court bench Marble Creek 227 feet high. The dam- platform. The first shot entered the (in If) Gen. Hardin, who was counsel for the after the August election. The primary age is $15,000 and it will take a month to ground, the swond through the young woman. It is a wonder that Lang- - conventions have settled the question as repair it. ley has not come to the end uf his rope to his nomination, which of course is A few days ago army officers engagequivalent to an election. The next ed in sooner than he has. practice with the heliograph in the highest court in the State will be decid- Department of Ariiona flashed a message hunl. The shooting was Arridenud, hut "MODI-I- . If there is any mean advantage that1 tiljy strengthened by the advent of the between two mountain tops, a distance GKOCKICY" showed raiclessness in hi u lling rt reparty in power will not take to in- - iant from Muhlenberg. the again arms of 125 miles. The message was in a crowd. Baker was rn?$tel crease its hold on the public treasury, it Skxatoh Caki.isi.k will move to the parsed to anothor station O0 miles dis- mill oiivi. luiinl fnr Ilia niimuirimi'it 'ntnr. lias never been brought to light. They It is taut, thuseovering 215 miles with a sin-- 1 ny when ,lig uM wn ukt, pJMV Ha. are still unseating democrats in the other end of the capitol gle intervening station. Ami Sji.iJcn, ker returned here U ednesday morning House and giving their places to rupub-lican- the rule to give new members the back The Farmers' Alliance of Texas is in too see the wounded man ami while body can who have no sembhnco of n claim seats, but no rule that that trouble. In 187 the leaders organixed the local freight had a wv-rKeel : heinor- to them. In the case of McDullie vs. make will keep Mr. Carlisle from forging lung". Sets, in m :.. f.i... 1,1. l1.n,,,ai1istrii.f Tnr. to t 10 frOIlt Oil eVCrV prOOOSItlOU of 1IU at Dallas an exchange, with capital of rhage of the being taken by Secre- - portance. By common consent he steps half a million, the stock Also a full Mock of Laniircths, 1). M. Ferry & Co anil CrosMiwn's LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. pin's majority, as certified by the lodges. It lasted about two taryof State of Alabama, was DS,lf,:l. into the leadership of his party in the subordinate which time, it is alleged, Garden Seals in papers. years, during Mrs. Elizabeth Myers and Miss Itee- aouse oi congress The committee "after weighing all the nearly a quarter of a million of dollars sie Bush are seriously ill evidence in the case," has transformed Kvkiiy other man you meet in Mr. was s'quaudered, with nothing to show Mr. T. C. Has, of HarrotUbiirg, and this into a majority of 4.4S1 for McDullie, Carlisle's district is a candidate for his tor it. The remains of the late President Miss Ruth Carrigan, of Danville, were the contestant. This seems to cap the late seat in Congress and the scramble James A. Garfield were quietly removed climax of the outrageous rape of seatsi for it will be the hottest ever made. The from the public vault in Lake ViowCem-eter- uiHrnetl at tl.e .Miller Mouse .Monday ev-- , l,v KdW.I. l Krnnt-which the people will set their seal of election will occur about a month from to the crypt in the Garfield monu- ertin.. -- Dealer In- J. H. West's barn, near Hyattsville, ment at Cleveland shortly after midcondemnation on this fall. now. night Monday. The secret removal of was destroyed by fire one night last iT ia jsal,j tliat the L. & A. is preparing the remains was in accordance with the week, loss about $J,000. And on SunTub convention to nominate a caiim- wishes of Mrs. Garfield, who was opposdate for clerk of the Court of Appeals sidetrack for 250 sleeping cars at Mid ed day night lightning struck W. I). Gully's to any demonstration orMiow. exciting one. It dlesboro, which will come loaded with promises to be quite an barn, near McCreary, killing a valuable is a very fat plnm and worth the strenu-- , buyers from New Kngland. The public MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. cow and stunning n hnrpc. ous eflorts being made to secure it. As ga0 begins on the 2(th. The "tring band" met with Miffi e track is being laid at A far as the returns have been received the Lilly Noel Mon lav night and had a big NEWS CONDENSED Pine Hill to Skaggs Creek coal fields. first instruction now stands: Madden time generally, as it always does. InviVe. The Rockcastle democrats instructed Mar-- ; 1701; Longmoor, 145; Adams, 12: of a family of 1(5 near Taylorstown, for M. F. Brinkley for clerk of the Court tations have been received here to the i: i nf .linlitheriii. tin, 122!; Poore, 7SA; Van Zaut, .11; p ,., hop at Stanford on the 4th of June. The First-Clas- s of Appeals. Sold, Liv- 10; Urinkley, l.'J. On the French, The regulation $1,000,000 worth of commencement exercises of Garrard A gay crowd of young people went instruction Martin has 41; Adams 42; lots was sold at Ashland the first day. deSaturday to College taking place on the Rh will Longmoor,.J.;.Madden,-Moore,.- ., ani w R Decker has been appointed in wagons Jfrom here last prive quite a number of our young peoRound Stone on a fishing excursion. Zant, 2. At present it is anybody's race, D08tina8ter Ht Civd Wuyne county. ple of the pleasure of going over to the Mr. G. Ramsey, who has been doing a combination with the prospect that Thos. Adams killed Edward Steers, county, has hop, much to their regret, for a Stanbusiness at Wildie. this will secure it as before. against whom he had a grudge, in Kenford hop is "one among ten thousand closed out on account of debts and slow and altogether lovely." ton county. collections. Richard Vaux was elected to succeed Two very exciting runaways took Senator Blackburn introduced a bill Mr. Handal), Tuesday, receiving S.oOl Mrs. Polly Iliatt while walking over place here Wednesday and Thursday. to erect a 5100,000 public building at votes to his prohibition opponent's 47. the floor ran a large darning needle into George Smith got horse from West's W inchester. a The republicans were not foolhardy her foot. Two pieces of it were removed Sherman Aubrey, who killed his stable and went into the country for his nominate a candidate. The enough to by the doctors. was sister, Miss Eliza. Returning he was unplatform on which Mr. Vaux was elected cousin, Ira, in Hardin, last winter, Messrs. William and George Gentry given a life sentence. e tari II reform expression, was a clear-cu- t tract of tim- able to control the horse and it ran have bought the against the steps in front of Lillard's Mr. Lucien M. Adkins, of the Times quite remarkable, since .Mr. Randall was ber and coal lands just south of town force, was elected secretary of the Louisdrug store, turning the buggy over. Mis desuch a pronounced protectionist. In from Judge E. E. Evans for $12,000. Eliza was considerably bruised about ville Commercial Club. l scribing Mr. Vaux the The fall that the servant had in the The government pays annually to tne lace anil neail ami was very nervous was a l'hiladelphialawyer, when resays he stable of Dave Poynter, which was $10,000,-00- 0 and frightened. George and the baby railroads the ported last week, was not from the efthat meant the superlative of all human the for carrying sum of nearly the mails. brother escaped unhurt. On Thursday knowledge. fect of gravitation, as was stated, but a morning as Will Dunlap and Walden Sawyer, of Alabama, four months hetus, found under a fiat And We Have I'm: republicans in Congress refused now earns his daily bread as a 2d.class stone in the stable yesterday morning were returning from Stanford the horses turned the carriage over in front of Dr. to adopt the amendment to the tariff hill clerk in the War Department at Wash- explains the situation. oilice. tn remove all internal revenue taxation ington. Fortunately the young The Jims seem to be in the majori- Neil's Charles W. Jones, oi A shout of men were near home. fiom tobacco, notwithstanding the plat Florida, was adjudged insane and com- ty in the dispatcher's oilice at Rowland. thanksgiving goes up as it were with form specifically promise:1, it. The party mitted to St. Joseph's Retreat at Detroit There is the genial chief, Jim Florence, one accord of promises continues to demonstrate its that their rare loveliness of the rushing assistant, Jim Clifl'ord, and face and form escaped any disfigurecertaiuty to break them whenever an Michigan. The court of levy for Fayette fixed the old reliable Jim Mudd, the 2d trick ment. opportunity oilers. It is strange how Col. W. O. Bradley is in Frankfort the salary of its county judge at $1,500, man. None of them are "Jim Crows," sensible people can be humbugged by county attorney at $000 anil school com- either, but all are Jim Dandies for hard on legal business. Mrs. Judge George Mcn'Hf.Iioys' such an aggregation of hypoerasy, diswork and plenty of it, which they trans- - Denny, of Lexington, is expected hero missioner at $1,000. honesty and deceit. Supreme Court decides that act with dispatch and accuracy. The t0.day to vj8it relatives and friends. Mr. Mr. John Albright, who hs been and Mrs. George Wright, who were mar- very much like old Gieen River Island, in the Ohio, conIt beginB to look General I'ahner will be the next U. S. taining about 2,000 acres, belongs to sick for quite a tune, was in town Wed- - rjed last week, have returned from Dan nesday. S. W. Paris is searching for ville and gone to housekeeping in the Senator from Illinois. There is a strong Kentucky. Indiana sued for it. Jas. Whitehead, of Louisville, com- 6ilver mines near I'ineville. Mrs. Kosa-lin- d George Utirdett property on Water street. sentiment in favor of him as shown by Nesbitt has received her certificate My's Jennie L. Duncan has returned the fact that out of 42 democratic county menced to bleed from the nose last week been held this and nothing being able to stop it, he died from the State superintendent of public from an 8 weeks' visit to Mrs. Dr. Hlfcin, conventions that have schools. Mr. W. P. Martin and family, of Atlanta, Ga. Robert S. Klkin is in Lexspring 39 have enthusiastically declared in three hours from loss of blood. The color line is being drawn in the Lily, were visiting here during the week. ington. M.T. Warne, Kaston, Penn., is and agree that he should be for him nominated in State convention, so that G. A. R. posts at Louisville aud a big Mr. John "Welch was in from Louisville here looking after his valuable horses. for Stanford to meet the Legislature may bo elected on that split and quarrel is raging in the camps. Sunday and returned Monday. Col. J. Ho leaves II. Fish left Tuesday for Hot Springs and several men on important business. .Mr. The poor negro is good only to vote. issue. The Senate passed a bill to appropri- Oklahoma. Mrs. S. W. Paris has return, Warne is a splendid man, a reliable Are headquarters for Some of the newspapers are saying ate $100,000 for a public building at Pai is, ed from Middlesboro bringing baby Denfriend and a most perfect gentleman. Arsociatiou meeting at that the Press Ky., and auotner for $300,000 to erect a ton with her. I). N. Williams went to Misses Owsley, Mahan, Talbott and , Winchester has been postponed till the statue of Gen. Grant at Washington. Frankfort yesterday for the purpose of Woods and Messrs. John and Samuel Hard-warecfeo. Judge Keckner, chairman of the U4th. Senator Blair has introduced a res- getting a charter put through the legis- Ilaughman, Yeager and ISright, of Danexecutive committee, says the date is the olution proposing to amend the constitu- lature for the Mt. Vernon and Somerset ville, were in town Sunday and Plows ! Plows ! Plows ! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel Sunday Uoth. Our contemporaries will take no- tion so as to prohibit the United States turnpike company. night. Misses Bessie Wherritt, Sue Lay-to- n tice and govern themselves according- - or any of the States from authorizing the While waiting nt the depot for the and Bessie White, of the College, Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those no iy. . 11 o'clock passenger truinTuesday mornestablishment of a lottery, spent from Friday until Tuesday with plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to Senator Beck's will is dated April 2(1, ing, the passengers were startled by two Miss Katie McGrath, at her home near Statisticians have" just succeeded in that duriug last ISoG, and leaves all his property to his pistol shots and the cry that D. P. no sale. Ask your neighbor. Bryantsville, and took in show day at do good work, or getting the data to show e was shot. Jim Maker, who lives the Fork. Miss Mamie Curroy is with and after her year !V07 murders and homicides were wife during her committed in this country. And yet death it goes to his children. Mrs. Beck at Brodhead, had come down that morn Misses George and Tom Moore, in lower there were in all but W hangings. Mur- died Boveral years ago, but the senator ing on the local and was to return homo Garrard. Letcher Owsley has recovered der is therefore about the safest crime a never changed his will. The estate is at 11. He had been drinking and took a from his lute illness and returned Hook Keeping, Short Hand, Telegraphy, Co J II V 1 1 notion to fire his pistol ofT on the depot worth about $:',00,000. man can commit. Write fur Catalogue and full information I Semi-Weekly Interior journal The Louisville Commercial, which is I ' A RECOGNIZED FACT, Jats. Hare indn.eaniants Camels. WALTON. ar - SI22 PGES. i a v.7fv' - I i A I &. hi 1 That are loaders in Xovclliis, pioneers in Pi ogress ire Methods an d ways lowest m Prices. posted as what are doing; if not : j g Some of the greatest bargains of your pa,runcni of Jjry so7uiuieooas cheaper than, before. " 'i"" l N ' m-- iiieni-itur- ni v i j - Con-roa- In Gents' Furnishing Coods this Men's Outing Flannel Shirts worth ,,,,, .c,,'; wor ill iy; s all silk t.Lvnfi GREAT REDUCTIONS Flnnnnl .?ji'w , 1 Men's extra 7uJ,f ?,,?,.,, at 75c, worth SI: the loading stales at Sl.J5. worth worth ojc; Men's Drilled Drawers at mnrth 7?A..;,rtv, andSJ.50, Men's unlaundercd Shirt, re, "nor worth roc: f)()nirnrth7r,y .-- others then hcnulsome line infancy stripes plaid worth $2; Men s Lisle Thread rndnr,nn, z nn ,...; at $1.50 u,f,'h ,., " ,'"y jomott, uruipr). .'in our .,. lj inilf dL -- ,,,, .iw rsa,,.,. Fnderwcar .. ,-- ill'l Wr,tTit'll"u' ..,;.; J, striped at,' xrJSuit, worth i.tcucc ana pin :...' a ZJ 9wi"'wb SJ.iO-Jfenssuperin- draibaTa ," ..' '.. i k ,r r t,, 4 and Boy,' Waist, fro,,, &V convinced. wri& nr, mrpriTuh Feath-erston- e, Jfaiu Street. Stanford, p-- THE LOUISVILLE STORE m. SAI3rG0R, MAJSTAGOEB. ' ' sirrrKit.plAoAoWAMHHJN9H For Garden Hoes, ! to-da- Rakes, Spading Forks White Onion hulk. s, Northern Seed Irish Potatoes, Peas and I.eatis j v MAB;K HARDIN glassware:, and sn two-mil- Groceries, Hardware, Queens ware, Tinware, at the Lowest ing Prices. I see-on- d ( All Goods SPRING CLOTHING. 1,700-acr- Courier-.Iournh- Our Goods are Now All In Ex-Sena- tor j j AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT ! ! and Children's Suits, Light and Dark Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also large line of Pants. f It STAGG & McROBERTS. I to-d- ay HIGGINS jyf'KINNEY Groceries, Stoves, Salt,Iia, '$a 1 I Ile-thur- life-tim- to'Mid-dlesbor- o. i BRYANT & STRATTON Business College bl U O L E Kir '' it iiMlt ii irt"..i .' V,,i ,jfi ijmi, pfrtf, i 'Hi ', .. ' .'In li-A'rt r Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky., .May 2:1. 1890 SrANKOKI), I" S 4 ure there i no myself wuld allow lu" Ho spoko kindly awl tlrmiy. hr laad." "lean uot toil you how gratifying it will Ir Monteith'n tny at the Ilervey's was ii"t a I011K one; Aunt JCaly curelcssly be to mo to he ablo to relievo the distress I xpectto And," sho said, as sho put the bills uroptied remurk which showed the proud iiuuie that lu iMto of her dintnondii ami away. As the train whUiod along hur mind took her rwlca nt kitchen girl to the family wa not forotton, and he took hor it rvtruspectivo turn. Only three short months i. 20, and she hud (Missed over this in u liulT. m ihi gll." Hiti! Mrs. Ilervuy; "fori mad h bride, In such a mam of straugunofts cuutd not havoRtwe to Mrs. DuratMl with-- i that sne hardly ronlwed that It was herself. bud been unfoldut her, uud I would not liavo brmicrht her Her book of exiieriem-edellixntful onn It in contact with Mr. Palcouer ngcln for tho ing ever sine-- and what was, no widely different from any tnlng she world " Mr. Duruml'-- Kitherinff was a coniidoto hail ever drectned of, nd sho thought of Mieooa no far an Iwiber iinpuarnuce her husband with a warm thrill at hor wan eoncorni"! , it was l.er JlrMt formal en-- t heurt. 'The kindest ami mast utisclltih of men," sho murmured, "and Oracle, swoet nui co lutu l'liiUululphlu society, and of u tonl of her oition In tho future. darling could a mother ask for a lovolior 1 1 ,nn jMwltivu Mrs Uo'onel 1) .it It jest it 1 do, and I am ne will refuse to follow gifts." "My dear Isabol," ho rnplied, gravely, "1 do not wish to hastoii you in tho least, but 1 will confess that It will ho happy hour whon von can say, truthfully nnd from your heart : 'I torn you;'- but do ) Oil not, I beg, rotuso 1110 tho plonsuro of ilmug you in the From Shop lo 3Inusiciii. for yon and ofItlovingprivilcgo." inenntluiu. assure yon Is a 'Do for mo nnd with mo as ymi will." deep Th r.omnntlo Story of n Droaa shecried, with me to emotion, "only do not your Imma It would regret tRlcluc Mulcor'o Rlao lu Llfo. break tny heart had reason to four thn you reptnlod onr marrlng. I nm so hnppy hero," nnd sho looked down on tho swfot Cy Mrs. M. Howard. faoa of the child, nnd the bright tnars ran down her cheeks and dropped on the fair, unconwiou liead. CepvrUjUtJ, ; "Have no fears, Isabel," he replied, Aunt Italy's low laugh rang nut again ns "ymir lovo for tho child would alone make sho roplled: "My doar Myrtle, Mrs. Monteith, that Hn iniossibi:itv. Yon brighten nud this haughty (tnmu who doesn't associate make my homo a happy one also; so dry Willi tlio labo'iug classes, wee nnro my your UMrs, donr wife, and nil will yet bo as kitchen girl Sho began by washing pota wo would have It." How little one can tell wnct a day may nnd kettles, hutns she was neat and quick I promoted i bring forth; the letter to Lottio was never i to thu care of t h und dining-rooafter a tunc, whore written, for just aa Isabel had seatd heriho altnctcd theuttontion of a voung grocer's self at the desk, Mr. Falconer en me In with clerk, who married her. Her family were a telegram from her annt, announring the miserably poor, unil felt sorry for the girl, death of John Harmon, anil Asking her to und did nil could to help her, but she was come at once. sigh, "Poor auntie," sho suid, with ulways proud nml vuin, and, after her marriage, sho cut Iooko from her family entirely, "though it 1a really a blcaeiug, yn it w ill ho siidl do not suppose tlio would recognize such a shock to her, fur ahe loved bun, anil was always hoping against hopo that ha oiki of her own Maters now." " Hut how did Mr. Montcitli got his would yat reform." "Do you wish 1110 to go with yrei, or wealth!" naked Mrs. Hervey, uftor lifting would you prefer going akmel" ho smd, n hor hands and exclaiming in her astonishho smoothed her hair with n sympathetic ment at thu sto-band ' Ho had :t faculty for successful specula-tiot"1 think 1 had batter go alono," &he sahl. not ahvuvs strictly honorable, olther, fear," replied Aunt Koty, "and Jlnully ' slowly, ufter a moment's thought; "it truck oil in thu very height of the oil cx- - might dlstrssB ami tie to lnvo n stranger itomont, and iroido i fortuno In n hurry, sen hor In her sorrowful, straitened circiim- ufter which they romoved to New York nnU tUtnoes." "True, vour JotiiltkMisnrn liner than mine; Dully MoutuitU ot up for fushlonuble but I dread to havo vou taku Uie Jourtier ludy " " An unendurable snob!" exclaimed Mr. clone." "Do not fear for mo," she replivl, qnietly. Flervey, indignantly ; "so that In the founda-tioI am aorustomed to traveliag alone, and of her extreme gentility f ' " Depend mxiii it, toy tnobb sh IrWetl. shall do nicely." Yotir (Dinky thread yon can't ascend "Yon will rtop lu New York and bring Without good rcston to aitprehecd Miss Ford homo wita your he said, Intur- You uaav Bad It waxed (or (Mi alike fartfcer rognUvalT. rnd "Yes. I think so," ttho replied, looking up Ily same plebeian vocation," at him with n plecacd ttmllc; "bow readily quoted Aunt Knly, smiling. "Haxe ooukl you lUan lor me." not have described our American arietoe-nic"If you And her badly cnT, I bed better and It looks to ine extremely meet you In New York, in order to better assist filly, In u country where fortunes are suggested. being made uud lost every day, to iu her," he you; 1 will "Thank telegraph to you in dulgu in such feelings 0 ultm I need I nlway reed It m a positive time should barely your assistant"." There was Ume to puck the trunk symptom that at Home turn the person who before the carrnro woutd l at tho don.-tl.a such a Horror of werk or working carry her to the ..: a, and the had lit people has been one of the claaa bnaeelt." tie time think any thing " hat a dreadful thing it I to be bora of the uuto xpectedof journey. but the details Mr. falconer without common sense," subed Mrs. took a roil of bills from his Hervey; "actually, auntie, I shun bo "Isabel," be said, "I wish you to go amply unhatned to look Airs. Fulcon- -r In the face." provided to do whatever is needed for your "1 would suggest to you, now that Mr. aunt, you can help iter aeie to advantage. Mouteith haa made such a display of the Please feel no restrictions whatever, nud if to cause remark, " there is not enough ask for more, and leavo nutter that It ran psumed Aunt Katy, "thut you and other comfortable " f her friend, whose pumtion in society la "Mr. Falconer!" she said, in n trembling incontrovertible, take Mtccial paltM to in voietji trnduco ai.d stand by her " "I do not wish any one wlio ban loved nnd Th.it we will," replied Mr, Hervey "I befriended you to suffer need, when we have dotvment not alono of your pood 3. but of tho unvarying kindness you nro over sliow lug me, when I recognizo tho fact that I can not meet It with a lovo which a wife should givo; tho swuHi lovo which lnnkoe It easy for her to ask und rocolvo hor husband'a ISABEL; -(- 11 - 1 I f. Ih-- chlna-ckwc- 1 1 11 y. j i, 1 11 n j j y j geo-tilit- i , not-tal- l tr Umjf will look such abundau'-e- . 1 should ho ashamed of 11 1 vrik-et- 1 s -, 11 i Mx-ia- l tone-thin- g I to her ulrcady oU'Rantcotiitiio. Society, a a rulu, is very much like a docile (lock of ftheep who follow their lender iMihmuMvely ovui- - tho wall without question, and as Mrs. Colonel Da lonK. aided by Mrs. DwlKht und Mrs. Horvoy, introduced her effusively as "My friend, Mrs. Falconer," society ut onco iKtiortd tho rumors y they hud heard, and udopted her und lumrtily "Air. Falconor " They woro sitting In tho homo room the ovcnui uftor the party, and ln;itol was rooking (irucie, robed In ulKlit-dresand her tho child had fallen asleep with tho touch of a Ioviiik hand smoothing her soft hair, as the vmtiK Htcji mother looued thoughtfully ukmi her. It was 11 pleasant picture, and Mr. Falconer h eyo restod gratefully UKn It, as ho replied ; " hat is It, Uabel f" ' I have lxen tlnnkiiiif of Ford today " shuKiiUl, gent'.' "I fc! furo Hint If she had means to have proper medicnl attendance her lami'iicfts niijxht I10 cured. You do not know how swrot and good bhu is,' und Mho lo.iliod in his face wUtfully. ' Sho wu all that kept me from growing hard add wicked there " "Then I owo her u debt of gratitude," ho said, kindly. "1 think thero is a request vailed under that wistful look," lK resumed, Huiiiiiit'. "and 1 hnpo you arc uot pin : to bo modest and fear to mako It known." " I have been thinking that, If you wero willing, 1 should ho no glad to havo hercomo und hvo with me," sho replied, "llracio is old enough to begin learning, under n wisu governess, who would uot overtax her, und Iottio would bo such a gentle, patient toncuor, as woll 11s a for mo. Teaching was hor chosen vocation, but shuwus obliged to givo it up on account of her lameness." " A capital plan," replied Mr. Falconer, heartily, "lam glad you huvo mentioned It." "Lottio Is proud, as woll ns joor," resumed Isabol; "uud, whilo sho could not afford to eomo independently, sho would uot bo willing lo accept what wo would so gladly givo hor unless sho could feel us If iho woro earning it In snmo way." "An honorable-- fueling," said Mr. Ful- coner, warmly, "nnd I leavo it to your good tasto to offur such inducements in such u manner as you think best." " I did not look for such hoarty tion in my plan," and Isabol looked iuto his kindly fnco with gratitude. " 1 will write " to Lottio "I do hopo, my duar wife, that you will not doubt my readiness to aid you in uny plan you may wish to umltti for tho benelli .f th(Ke who havo bofriended you," ho said, gravely and earnestly "Surely, what I have Is yours, also, ami it Is a pleas ro to mo to know jour wishes that 1 may gr.tify them. Did 1 not 11 short uio fciiicj .': ,ow juu with all my wondly goedgt" ho add od, more playfully. Sho looked up at him. Hor dark oyo tilled wit u toars. "You me, top kind loiue, and I dv ::ot fcol as if I had cny right to tho en j uuatil-uiotisldalutily-embroidert'11 to-da-y com-'panio- n a11 I I SI10 won iHHtnlifully l In white, and b furo lttiiviiit; hoiiieMr. Kalcunor had hur with a hoi of pc.'irlH, eiuittoly mounted, wlni h added the tlnishmir touch tli-r)ro-m'iiIi- child I" Sho was thoroughly rooted now. Mind and body hnd been treated to such an entire change that f.ho was onco more buovnnt with life and mercy, and the peevishness produced by tho long routine of work und mental aggravation, which bad so worn ujwn her nervous system, had passod nwny, and she was going to her aunt In her need with every faculty on tho nlert, nud with her tenderness aroused toward tho friend who bad been all thu mother sho had evor known A lady sat boforo her, holding n llttlo girl in her arms; the child was peevish, "(lo to sleep, dear," said tho lady, kindly. "Iiy your head on my shoulder and talto a nap " "Oh, iiuntio, I can't!" The child was almost sobbing with excitement and weariness, for thoy had como u long journuy ' Auntie 1" The word, so fuuiiliar, struck n vibrating chord in Isabol's heart, and ti her of the loving cure tier aunt ha 1 givou her in the old da-- s, before poverty and sorrow had como to wring her hoartand chill bur afTocttous. Oao tiinoof sicKiier.s she remembered in pariiculat, whon Mrs Harmon had nursed her night and day for woury weeks, and tears of Joy rose to her oyo us sho roniem-bore- d that sho had it iu her jiowor to ro Ky, in some measure, hor debt of grati- nursed and waited on your mother sinco I.cr furnishing and stocking It with necessities infancy j but in spite of tho tender euro to last for months, and purchased new which sho nnd tho tender young husband wa: umbos entire for tho children, who had lavished upon hor, tho young wlfo con- hrincd upon horns If she was a veritable tinued to fitde, and lie stopped bora on their Vry g,vl:..jthcr, and, lastly, bought a new way to the South, and decided to remniu with overy modern here until aficr you wero born, hoping that ewinK to take tho plnce of tho noisy. nuntlo." she would t hen be lwtter able to travel, and hea ns one " old tofacethf e:;citmentof tho war times ut of the children Irreverently named tho CHAITKH VII. homo. won. out machine, which hnd long done John Harmon was laid in n drunkard's "Searching for a quiet boarding plnce, for us nnwilUng du'y in earning 60 the family wore shed were tho ho' el was gmvo, and tho tears which far from bcinv a pleasant moro for tho "might havo been" and for home for an mvHlid, be happened upon us, living I ih.nkynucan don good donlof brought to n and at bin rarr.FBt solicitation I nsentotl tho wastod life so a fancy work which Is so fash iou lioeo than for sorrow that he had gone. to furnish 'in rooms and board for a few now," said Isabel, tia she looked nt tho Indued, a brighter atmosphere was oven mouths, :id In mac weeks from the urao embroidery attachment to tl.o machine. now porvading the house, as the fact they came j ( were born." "It's nothing but n pleasure to turn this moro tangible th&tno more blows or "Then I .dd Isaof Hmthern beautiful thing." said Mrs. Harmon, decurses woro to be dealt out there, and the bel, nno w .s lisunlng to birth!" the story with lightedly, as sho inado the wlu-- Is spiu ehlldron began to look brighter, and lose earnest eagerness. around, "and I havu regular customers their owed, scared look, and nil planned " Yes, and your name was Isabel Carrlng-ton- . enough to kc p me in steady work." and looked forward to the future, as If a r Your father waa an ardent Isabel had p.occd n sum the bank aiso, groat black cloud bad rolled off their with the South, aa it was natural ho whK-.i- w.th t,.e insurance, when it oaine, I that any as Indeed there hail. Alas ahouUl Ik--, and wo kept our lip tight cosed wi'j.d rauso the Widow's bank book to preman sliould so conduct himself that the to repress the words of putrioiiMii which nppearunce, though best and kindest thing he can do for his burned to como ont, out of dclcrencetoour sent quite n fumily i to die and free them from his guests. It was not for long, however, for this Sirs Harmon iltd not discover until ufter Isabel hud gone, nnd sho found tho presence. ye r; r n'L.hcr. poor yunfj thing, was The children had gone to bed, and Isabel not strung rn.iuvh lo rally after our hlrth, certificate of deposit In nn envelope under j and her ai.at were nlone in tbenhaoby little ;.nd in our Intense arixuty for her a.l sec- her pulow. Isabel paid a rcveront visit to the graves room which wasdigulfied by tho name of tional differences were forrottcn for tho fuir y'utig mother me all Irlor. "Now, ami tie, tell wrinkled, your time, and we watched over her as If there of hor and With her own and of faithful Chloo, hands cleared hard were no interests outside plans," sho siid, inking the her aick cham- away the weeds and planted n white roso working haud of her aunt in hers. d n few weeks, and the ber. She only mound. "I don't know ns I can, child," replied war was Xully vnder way. and though your on each sunken the words A plain monument, beurii.g "My Mother," so sudden father was almost Mrs. Harmon. "This has eomo distracted With grief like it seems ns if I'd had no titno for any nt his loss and the necessity of leav- witii the name and date, and a plain slab next labor of dcilnito plans. I shall go along in tho same ing her hero, he saw ro better way for Chloo's gravo wns old way probably, working hard and having than to bury her in Nor. hem soil, until lovo, and she could not help hoping that by little " Sho hnd Ih'ii iiiiusuallyd Sx.ndeut such time as he could come kick some of the strange happenings which so often occur in life soma of the Carringtons this cvnuing, and life hu'd a hurd, and remove her to his home, which I think might chance to find tho stone, and by it look lo her. was on plantation near IUchmond. Thoy know that the t daughter of their "Aro thero any debts to jHiy." nnd wero wealthy, I knew, from their conversahouse was living and hnd placed it there. voico had a reassuring business rine. by assum"Dearl dear Is It possible that you nnd " Yes, a few that I know of. I have strag- tion, though they did not show it jieopio do, as so many gled hurd to keep from debt, but I could not ing Isuperior nir, your dear young mamma Harvey have parted so soonl" snid Mrs. nd catnt to love Stanford, facetiously, ns Isabol landed at succeed," und she sighed heavily. very much. After sho died your "Didn't Uncle John have any business was more than ever anxious to throwfather her dor tin d and duatv with travel. him "Yes, li.decd. we had n few words and papers , uiero sro rcw ptou urns or ,,,,, . ., f ,h . ..,. uu parted." rep.ied Isabel, laugniugly, keepunse tiled iiccounts In the old soeretary. . , . , ,.... ing up the lliusiiu, and then she oxpluiuod ,", Hadn 't wa hotter look!" ,. J ,'f T '" VvT tho circumstance which hud led to her "I'erhapuso. I'll leave It all with you. - llrl ,." in New York alone. .' child ; some way I havo neither heart or . ni .',.. ,i,i. IIMK " .lti Afewh'urs later they woro sitting in courage to do any thing to night, .!.! .1- .( h.oe's and my joint oti, he left you in old Mrs. Si:.nfo"d's own room b?sldo an open widow, wearily. nn ample sum of grntc; it was Into September, and Isabel care, wi'h Isabel roi.o and, going to tho old dusk, moneyleavin? for youne to cure both, expecting with had to'd her the story of hor birth, and drew out f rem n drawer n bundle of folly so many wero guilty of the unpaid bills, ccntiacts for labor and thatsanguine would srn be over, and that Mrs. Stanford had received it as a very the war pleasant revcation, doing aivay with tho otoer unimportant isipers, and lastly n long he would return and y i South. Poor bhopgirl side of tho story completely. ujfcoal eurelOH, which she eagerly opened. old Ctiloo 11. .U inourni d for her young pmed "Renily quite a romance," she said, ap"Oh, r.nntlc, come and see," sVe cried, mistress, uud grievcu vcr her h.,m until provingly, "and, of course, Harvey will "Undo John had a Ufe Insurance." she was n mere shadow of herself und nn spare no pains to find out if the Carring"Arc you .sure, uhikti" Mrs. Harmon's easy prey to the v.in- of voico trembled with tmgor hopo. "Can it be ter in a cold climate, and she,her first nml tons nre yet living." too, died, "1 presume to,' ' replied Isabol, absently. possible!" you Htii I were lft alone." "I am so anxious to know if my father "is It wns possible; a glib Insurance, tnnn hud "My poor, darling mamma," said Isabel, attacked Jehu Harmon one day when he with a tear of pity for the young mother living, though it hardly seems probable." The very possibility thrilled her thro'igh was unusually pliable, and had worked upon she had never seen, "and my father my and through. nil until, iwrtly from a sense of Justice poor, brave papal" "TVhnt u mercy that Mrs. Harmon to and partly from a very natural de-i"Never cume back, and we never heard to keep the locket for you," i.sid be rid of the man's persistence, Ue had from him after that day. when he left us so Mrs. Stanford, turning the precious riio tttteeit out a policy of a thousud dollars at leaving you, his littlo over cnrefu.iy with critical eyes; n diaa bttlo fortune In this time of need. t Isuhel (you were named after your grand-mo- : mond locket was 1. very gratifying proof of He hud felt ashamed of the unpremedgrave of his Alicia, wham her;, and itated provision hs on ns ho had raado it, he loved with tho almost idolatrous passion, the probata standing of Isaocl's family, an nnd she appreciated it accordingly. "It and deposited thu (toiicy iu the old desk and yet so eager and oarne-to Join his will be o necessnry for you to havo without word. c mntrymen iu their struggle. It is probwith wh.ch to prove your identity, if "Oh, Isabol, what a wonderful prov- able that he was killed iu the tirst battles of jou do And tnem." idence," cried Mrs. Harmon, ns she rend tho war, and that bis letters to his people " And so you met Mrs. Mouteith in Philathe paper nnd took in the welcome cer- miscarried m the excitement of the times, tainty. Her apathy was all gone now, and for I havo never heard a word from any of delphia." laughed Mrs. Stanford, "and sho doubtless thought she was showing mo u her oyus begau to sparkle with tb rays of favor ib crushing you." a new hopo. "This will pay every debt nnd them." lie none of them survived tho "It iim.v Mrs. Stanford forgot that Mrs. Mouteith loave qutlo n largo sum besHlus. I can plan, fortunes of war," said Isabel, thoughtfully; had the same spirit she had hernow that thero seems to bo something to ' "out plcuse tell mo moro of tny parents, I self but slnwn cherished plan with." nave so longed to Know of thm, und thnuglit " Itealiy, I must contrive to let herhoa.' "Oh, my doar auntie, you hnvo plenty to concern-- I ou wero so retu-rn- t it strange dclightful.y romantic story of yours." plan with," said Isabel, joyfully. "I have mg thorn, that nnd now my interest is ro-- I this Stanford looited Mrs. ut it in amorccmiry tho very best husband in tho world, und I doubled." social light only, while havo corae prepared to repay vou for a little heart "You resemble your fntlior," wud Mrs. and f u'l of tne sweet, strange Isabel'shaving was f tho love and euro you havo given mo joy of Harmon, raising her chin und looking in found knowledge of out the lrom Infancy. All thoro Is for you to do is her face, "though your eves nnd hair are her parentage, nud the changed tne subject to make up your mind what courso you ' like your mother's; she wusn very beautiful by lulling her in wish to pursue, uud thu means shall not be woman, but your her fnther was plain, though gard to Lottio sister Tho lady plan inrea was Ford. wanting." n face of great irlciligeuco nnd facetious li.unor, and cried, gayly: "I shall "Have you, then, married a man who is with ; you are Itko him in clwraetor, too. i nblo to allow yon to do tlnsl" said Mrs. ' I renglh Is. th uxpcfttohcur nest fiat you and hnvo their pictures m a locket havo Btuved an orphan nsylutn, orHarvey Harmon, looking Into Isabel's glad cyos which was left in old Chloc's c::re for at tho least nn nivalin's re runt," and sho laughed with surprise. tou, uud 1 havo always intended to heartily at the brid.aucy of her idea. "Hut "Not only uble, but willing, auntie," and give to you, but the right tuna, has really, joking sho ndiied, moro serisho rejieated hor conversation with Mr. never it seemed to ooiiie until now. I ously, Falconer before starting, and numed the "it will be nieo forGracio if tho giri have been obliged to hide it, for It Is very and of course you largo sum ho hod given her. valuable, and 1 feared ft wou d be sold with is ni'ciligcntand retiued, "Isabol, child, I ought not to take it, In tho rest of our valuables." nud a hot blush wu.ld not Hunk of the thing otherwise." "My dear sitor, if you could only rccovor dood I ought not," cried the widow with ,rMmmo stole over hpr face for the mom emotion; -- your generosity torces 111c to tell 3rv of tho (lpad( nml risia Hho drnCTi out from tho idea that n person Is necessarily you u secret, which 1 have- never thought ,ieoW bureau, brnnrinp out n bos from be- - vulgar and ill bred simply beeauso sho is said Isabel, with a deprecating best to divulge until now." hind it, which she pucud in Isabol's hand. poor," "A secret 'said Isabel, surprised in her 1, was aI1 locket,. of solid. smile. ...olo-gant- ly m.K-hine- Bho was not proparcd then for tho scene, whon Isabel, iu blooming henltii uud nttircd 111 a rich traveling suit, camo in nt tho hnniblo door, uud taking the poor, tried und prematurely nged llttlo woman lu her arms, iwttlng nud kissing 1it ns sho oricd, tearfully: "Denr uuutio; tny poor, SOMEWHAT SINGULAR. , "rattle-to-bnnj:,- thootn-bro.dcrc- d io 1 bo-en- 11 v.-- i i hori-wi- sjmpa-thtze- 111 , rcspei-usb.- 11 h-- r fur-awa- y 11 Isa-bol- 'n long-los- I , ',,,.,, ., ,, ,. ,,,,,,. ,. ,,.,:,...,' ,, ,, ..,.li .,... "'' iVC s, Joy-full- y; j sc-e- nty ro jon-trive- d heart-broke- n ' a 11 some-thiu- g j ' ' long-soug- I in-la- ' A mute at tho Flint (Mich.) Institution has issued a challongo to fight 007 nth or mu to in tho United States. A NnniiASif A wifo, prays tho court to restrain hor lawful husband "from patting hor on tho head, jioklng her in tho ribs and talking baby talk to hor." A Sciiwknksvili.e (Fa.) man lately orangos and a nto for.y-twof sugar, drank two ttimblors of water and smoked threo cigars in about two hours. A man of Saco, Mo., cut his Initials in tho peel of a Florida orango ns It hung; on its trco last winter. That samo orange was ono of a dosen he recontly bought of Saco doaler. A HEsinn.vr of Nashville, Mich., recontly camo across three rats in tho road, and all of them had hold of a straw traveling along. On closer investigation ho found thn two ontsldo rats were loading tho center ono, which was blind. A KAitMnii living a few miles from Culpeppor, Ta., h.13 a tniiln wbiuh, for sagacity and agility, "takes tho cake." Mr. Lewis found tho mtilo in tho hayloft tho other morning. Tho only modo of ingress to tho loft Is by a ladder. A ittcMAiittAtir.E coincidence in connection with the death of tho president of an electric railway in Ohio is that ho was killed whilo violating; a rulo ho himself had mado forbidding pasnengors to got olf or on tho front platform whilo tho car was in motion. At n recent banquet in San Francisco of tho Undertakers' association, tho menus wero printed on cardboard cut in tho shapo of a coflln, and among tho dishes wero chicken dressed a la shroud, smelts on stretcher and stewed tomatoes a la grlppo. A iicmi'iiackeo man at Chicago gots a living by selling the tnno of day. IIo has a chronomotor, and it is warranted timo. IIo has a cortain territory which ho goes over, and furnishes tho housewives in that torritory with tho timo of day onco a week. Ho gots ten conts a week from each patron. Education doos not seem to mako peoplo any tho less superstitious. About 1,500 different kinds of dream lxioks aro in thu market, and all of them find buyers, whilo salos steadily increaso about in proportion to tho increaso of people. Nor is tho demand for dream books confined to tho poor. Women with sealskins and diamonds buy thom. The singular spectacleof a man walking along tbo streot eating greenbacks was presented in Duluth, Minn., tho IIo swallowed forty-olgother afternoon. dollars in fives, twos and onos, when bo was caught by tho police and taken to tho station house. A search revealed SOOT between bis inside shirt nnd skin. IIo suffers from the hallucination that peoplo aro trying to steal his monoy. A man who mysteriously disappeared from bis homo in Keyport, . J., a short timo ajjo, has been found in the vault of a cemetery there. IIo took bis dopar-tur- o on account of tho disobedience of his daughter, aged sevor.toen years. Sho has a lover, a young Englishman, employed in a carriago factory. His attentions to hor displeased the fathor. Tho girl wouldn't givo up hor lover nnd tho fathor took a fow of his effects and moved to tho vault of tho Green Grovo Cemetery. o half-poun- d 11 ht 1 J j i I "Yes, a secret. I ought not to take your monoy, dear child, for really you arc not related to me, and I have no claim on you for such liberality." "Not related to you!" echoed Isabol. "Autitio Harmon, whutdu yen nieani" "Just what I sav. Isnbfll." renlleii Mrs Harmon. "I havo never told you tho story of your parentage, fearing It would make you uneasy and dissatisfied with your hum- - turn. SJ? V II G" b -- Tl lY- - r"""7? ' c t J 44 ril K,a?m, i I ! IT WAS A Ol.ll'F.VsllIOXEt) LO( KET. tude. bio home, und the hard, humiliating work winch 1 f aw no wuy to prevent your doing; but now that you havo u husband and a position to sustain in society It is fitting thai you should know who you ore, nud that not n drop of my huinblo blood runs in your veins " currence. "You nro good and kind, and hnvo been a Sho longed for, yet dreaded, Isabol's ad-- 1 truo mother to 1110; you shall not under vent in the shaboy little cottage. Sho had rate yourself," said Isabel, warmly; "but, written so little since nor mnrriago that her oh I do tell mo of tlw strange thing!" "Wo wero just married, John end I. aunt had littlo idea of what her manner of lifo was now, but she was suro of 0110 thing. Isabel, child, pardon mo if 1 continue to that It would bo painful to her to como into name you us n relative." tho home, which had so long sheltered her, interrupted Isabel, depreeat-ingly- . tojou." iiid sec tho ravages drink had made, for "Hut I loved you, child, und so much that she had been obliged to part with every "You can not realize, perhaps, that John Ididiiotcnlljouby your own name, fearthing of value In the houe, an old secreta- was u kind husband, nud that I was one of ing that you wiiind not lovo mo us well If ry and a shabby old bureau and n battered tho happiest of wives. We lived In n large, you did not bulievo yourself to bo my kinsewing-uiachintho only pieces of furni- handsome cottngo then, and wero ijuito well dred," said Mrs. Harmon. "I fear I havo to do at tho timo you wero born. Tho lirst been too scillsli in my love, nnd 1 ought to ture left which weio not actually indispenBhot hud been fired at Fort Sumter the have broughtyou up as Isabel Currington." sable. Sho remembered only too well tho girl's previous January, and 11 young Southern "And don't I lovo you, toof" cried Isabel, lust slay at home; how her very soul rose gentleman camo hero with his young wife, Impulsively, ignoring Mrs. Harmon's self up in rebellion against John Harmon's who was un Invalid, nnd ho had brought her reproach; "and yet you reiuso 1110 the course, nnd the bitter words and scornful North not only to escape tho llerco heat of small ploasuro of making yoif comfortable looks which mndo it u relief when sho went n Southern summer, but to avoid tho ex- after tho long, woury years of trouble you away, for ho was iui u mau to bear citement of thu troubled times which she, have endured; but I shall not listen to your und Is..ocl & llerco disapproval only in her weak stnto, was jMioiiy nblo to bear. objections," und she shook hor head wild. ove him Into 11101 e dogged jwrsistenco In He was of u rich and influential fnmily, or fully, "as you will Hnd out when I unfold wrong doing. ho could not havo passed the lines, even in my'plans, since you object to planning for Shenlmoatiopoiitoil sending for her, ns that early 6tago of tho National troubles, me." sho thought it all uvor, and then a longing und nothing but tho devoted lovo ho cherIt was very pleasant to the widow to have iloairo to see hor, to lean upon hor strong ished toward his wifo would hnvo kept hlrr. a stronger will to plan und think for her, young r.nn for support, wonld possess hor, out of tho fray. and she submitted with gontlo remon"They wero accompanied, of courso, byon strances, while Isabel mado the purchase and Rbq could hr.rdly await patlcutly Hit oH black nurse, Maum Chloo, who had of a larger and more convenient house, re hour of her urriva!. o mter-feroiuo, Meanwhile Mrs. Harmon was sitting iu hur ioor homo in n innzo of sorrowful trouble; John Harmon had been unusually dissipated for th last six months, nnd her Kor heart hud sunk away down, out of sight of hope or courage, nnd sho had prayed wiaily that wifu might como to chango the miserable routine. Something hud come; ho was ucarK7ii-tor- , and in nscendingn ladder in a stato of Intoxication his foot slipped, und, fallinfr, his neck was broken, causing instuntdoath, and when ho was carried to his miserable home, which ho bud loft thut morning with curses and threats, tho poor wifo foltasit iu some way stio was responsible for tho uwful oc- 1 1 -- m j s heavy gold, sot In n rim of small, sparkling ii.imouds, and tuseiidod on a chain of rare value. It wa Indeed a bonutiful girlish face ont nt Isabel us she touched , which looked 1:110 spring reverently; tho other face was, is Mrs. Harmon hud said, one of great foiceiuid ehnruc.er, and sho could see hor revcuibliiiice to it as she looked at it j jwn 1. 11 SL - - ' ; I 'NOW, AU.VTV, TKLl. .MP. VOflt 1'l.A.NS "This Is indeed a reveiation, Aunt Debby," she said, pressing tho pictured face to her li s, "and you twii wise that you did not (11 mo before, for it would have mudo the unhappy pnases of my mt doubly unhappy if I had known they were not my birthright, nnd stlil have boon powerless to remedy the wrong, but now 1 am suro Mr. Fal- mor will never rest until ho has found out u.t there is to know about my family." ""You seo now, my dear Isabel." suid Mrs. Harmon, "thutit is not right for mo to accept this assistance from you, now that you know tho facts." "I only seo that I am the more indubted to you, since theio is not oven the slight tics of blood which 1 supposed to bind mo long and earnestly. tho into another shirt "Lot us bo thankful that 1 can get thu work to do; if I could only soo you getting bettor I And sho could work with a light sighed as she went into tho htllo kitchen for a frisn iron. 'How 1 wisli I might hear from Isabel," paid Lo'l.e, as the mother retained. "I have thought of hur an much of to." "Yes," replied Mrs. Ford, "that basnet of fruit and flowers she sent you cheered and doctors' helped you better than a visi s." "Doubtli-sshe has too many interests in her new life to think of p.wr Lottio very often, though," sighed the daughter. At that very moment Mrs. Stanford's own clcaint carnage was at the front of tho shabbv teiiomeut huu.se, and Isabel, her face agluw with the delight of meeting her friend ngain, ran up the stairs, and, us tho door wasajar. sho stepped in without knocking, und before Lottie could quite comprehend who or what it was, sho had her arms around the poor, pale little figure, crying joyfully: "Lottie, you darling, precious llt- it. tlo Lottie, I have come to take you homo The first woman ordained to tho with me!" Unitarian ministry was Mrs. Cclia TO 1IU I'U.VTI.Nt'KU. Hurloigh, tho wifo of tho poot, William II. Iiurleigh, and tho foundress of tho Urooklyn Woman's Club, which will Kerotieno uk a thernputic. agent in highshortly como of ago. IIo and his wifo ly spoken of by Dr. II. A. Ureas in the were members of Mr. Chadwick's socieMedical World. It cures almost every ty. Hor success was remarkablo, both pain, from toothache to gottt and as u preacher and pastor. Sho has had It h deodorized in thiH man- few successors In the Eastern churches, ner Take of coal oil one pint, nitric but In the Xorthwcbt there ii a round acid 1 ounce. Mix. Let stand for om dozeu of women preaching to Unitarian churches, with an nost that is week and pour oh" the supernntaiit oil. putting tln-:- brotln r niniit; m w tholr - . not in th least Hinell liky coal inutt'e St.. It does iniKti ni largo oil.Scientific American. ui.ll ;:.n 1. ..s t 0 . bosotn-botu-- d r 1 half-drzun s iheii-inatistn. "Oh. mother, if you only kaow bow hard It N for mo to I.o hero und see you doing so much for me." The speaker was Lottio Ford; sho lay upon tho lounge, in tho 0110 diningroom which nuswered for sitting-room- , -room nnd parlor, and watched tho pationl mother ns she polished tho bosom of a.llne shirt she was ironing, for Mrs. Ford wns obliged lo do n great deal of fine laundry worn now that Lottie was sick and tho expenses hoavier. Sho was a small, spare woman, with Lot tie's gentlo spirit reflected In her thin face; It had been pretty once, iu tho days long, long ago, when Mr. Ford, then a thrifty me chanic, brought her to a cozy net called borne, and for many years they woro so happy, und the wolf poverty kept a respectful distance from their do.it'. 'I'm 11 trouble came in the form of sickness and death, and two lovely children were laid in tho grave, and Lottie had the fall which res illed in lameness, and the llttlo mother was glad to turn her faculty for line irotiiin; to advantage in helping along, for Mr. Ford, tlioagli the kindest und most willing of men, was no longer young uud strong. "Don't fret, lAittie," she said, as she fitted hr OF WORTH. Talmaoe. wifo of tho colobrated preacher, is said to bo the financier of tho family. It i3 sho who makes all tho doctor's engagements and does his banking business. Mme. Pierre Marie, who holds a degree of Doctor of Mcdlcino of tho Faoul-t- y of Paris, has, after a dobato, been admitted to tho competition for tho ofllco of physician to tho bureau of public assistance. Mrs. KENWAJfis a great help to George Kcnnan in his work for tho oppressed peoplo of Russia. Sho recopies' manuscript, rends proofs, translates Russian works, goes over tho receipts from his work, and sees to their investment or deposit, Mrs. Konnan is described as a thorough business woman, of considerable business tact, nud much personal attractiveness. Mrs. Wanamaker, tho wifo of tho Postmastcr-Gonorakoops ono or two pcreouj busy during tho fruit season canning and preserving. Tho good thing thus utored away aro all glvon to poor peoplo. Mrs. Vi'anamaUer's charities aro so extensivo that sho employs a woman whom sho can trust to investigate all cases and sift tho deserving from tho impostors. Miss Juliet Corso.v Is said to bo a very interesting woman apart from her culinary equipmont and celebrity. Thoso who do not know hor prosupposo that hc-- conversation is limited to boil and roast, whereas tho kitchen is only an incident in her discourse. Sho is something of nn invalid, suffering greatly at times, and has acquired from physl-ian- s a great deal of that hyglonio knowledgo which appears in her books. iMtss Marv F. Seymour, ono of tho pioneers among womon stenographers and typewriters, has associated four othor womon with her in tho formation of a printing and publishing company. They own tho stock themselves, thoy declare that they are going to run tho business all alono, and that thero shall not bo a dollar's interest sold to any man. The chief thing that thov havo on their hands is tho publication of tho Husiness Woman's Journal. Miss Seymour is tho editor. Sho started it some timo ago, and, qulto well satisfied with its success, has recently enlargod Mits. l, WOMEN r - i' 1 . EHTil STOCK DEPARTMENT FOR BEE KEEPERS. "WAT ns i. l, 100 pounds apiece, to experiment on. I think they lacked n very lit' tle of weighing that, but it was mi uen, wo will call it that. Tiny were fat. ilirtffv Pitfictnr Wliifn mv iiwvl fmlnrs. iru. srniv,.- ,- nn.l fnr ...... mrli In to market. I fed them jmt two months. "'r rndsold them becaiw 1 thought thev bad coabotl to be profitable feeders. When I to weigh them I found thus store away Migar in the coinbs. and 100 jxmnds apiece when the honey is Mld it will look olefin $15 to Insure a Living Colt, thoy had icniiitil in tho two months. For tome ivaon I "Hi. white. will also stand al the same pla e hit fine Jack, ' attractive is this to the eyes ot did not weigh them at the end of the ' that they will lnirchii- - it in pref-tho1 could observe, fht month, Imt.eofnrtw first STISVE month aa ortuiee to the strained honey, which is gained as much the There seems to be . l$10"liiiir a Lome .'"! M ney due at they did the second. I was not oxperi-- 1 much ith He i fHiiinp tune ot when mart i psrted molding mi nnuh on the number of general prejudice against dark honey, a brow B jack withwhilt points. 8 )rar Id in lune us, pounds of live pork that could be put on mid it never sells until all of tho white and lull tlliam handsbvhish Urnvrm sired by Alkon Kin I'hillir ist dam Illnck of. The clear amber KinR Jennet. he with a bushel of corn as I was to know honey is disjMi-o- d Kine stin by MitecasheaitwlJuabyIMrter, Phillip, jd I'hi Jai k le, he b how much more a large hog ate than a probably soils better than either one. dam number of hia ha. pMen himself a niworeeder femall one of the wimo breed and in the Dark honey made from buckwheat is hiW for $100 at wwsim time. mils base ferior in quality, but dark chestnut Monev due when the c.Jt l foaled or mare parted condition it with I.ico retain! tliiinone) i (aid Tho mot I remember iilwnt it i that honey is of a superior flavor. But W L(H',AN, Owner. g I sold the pigs, for they were only .earniict-- go a long way towards fuelling 5131. six month, old, they were" eating just an articlo, and bee kee'iors should much as thev did when thev member that good dark honey will not its wore four months old and weighed 100 bring its fair price. In planting for bee n pounds apiece, and that tho last bushel it i.s just as well, then, to plant only such (standard R.ilc of com only put on half as much jMirk as ' crops that produce the light or amber biwi handvhih. f.led HUck illion I tho first. It takes a good pig to put on colored honey. irk by A ttnUUinilh. Irange count). New Buckwheat may also bo sown, but too DO .winds a month after it has lvaehed by Castelar lotj. Sired t) 1st dam Wo'mrn Maid, by Wo'iurn ,)J the tint mile stone, inaiked" 100 pounds;" much of this gives a decidedly dark color (1 he dam of Carver, a J7k, r. hut it can be done today, although as a to tho honey and an inferior quality, and dam by a Masabnno horse lln ?d dam by Mamlulno Messenger rulo our Cheat ers and Polands are smaller One should have the ambition to make Castelar, iooj by Volunteer, u. aire o! St by Ham boned and smaller hogs tlmn they were a tho honey product of the farm as well a iiVj. eu; ist dam Mas Nosliise ira ell a hUr ; ad mond. dozen years ago. Of late years we have known for its quality as tho fruits, for in dam of son cf Potter's Clayand da . b Modesty Ariillerv i ilH, been breeding too much to fill .joints, this way a better price can in time lie American Star,' 14. )d .!am bv Hertrand. Woluirn, t4, by lUmbletoman, 10; ist darn aiitl especially have the Polands dcteri- - obtained for it. There are so many ; jnd dam, th Misa Cooles.', compounds called honey in the market dam t'.eo t. by leleeratjh soi orated. ooley, by l'nda) With them we left the hog and took that the genuine article becomes swamp-'.hKd Harlow will .land .it my stabl. j'Jniiles Oak the color, m that -e Poland China of to-- ed, and no fancy price will be paid tot it from Stanford on near new White Millj and Dls Dudderar's Jay is not as large as it was when wo unless the purchaser is assured that it Kier lurnpike. ad tho old spotted hog. having nearly as comes from a certain apiary, noted fori At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. much white as black. With them I al- - its fine honev production. A nanto of , .it i.,, .. .. t. ... for tl - hft.t mate . z ways calculated to put on .( ixmtnls a semling notmiig but the best ot honey coll III J7.K" r rtiw pin... Insure Living the best horse colt of l.d liar and Iusure a i? worth soinethhu to the atii- - lw'. art tone lr the nrt M.mtiay shown in Stanford uionth after thev had reached the 100 to market Also my young jack. as h,i "I). .!.(. 1.. ,t ,! ..tUn ioii.i n rnici mi iimu aiuut. utiti in October., 191. iiu iuu x uiuuus ui itnii nnri. .nniiv ( . U'ulit.tH las .i Cultivator. I find that it is hard wack to get a hunch JOE EMBREE. that will put on 50 pounds.. mouth right will seoe a few Kood mares at $8 to insure a h (Jen. (J rant insisted that no along after they get to weighing 100 the tith ol loe is tv,i lark, a lllg colt government la.t October. He is 14k, hands hih and of ae pounds apiece, unlets they have plenty of soldier ought to be Kmbrcc, of atyle and attion. llred h PeMon milk. pensioner, lint tfen. Orant is dead; coin county, and hasadmiMe ir of Jim I oiler The hog market for the 'mt few whilst the count rj swarms with claim A lien retained on on all colls till the .eason is Paid. Moncj due when the ml' come. r mare years has been such that it is not neces jj)',i'a C M M'o. i. AMORU, agents and paltry politicians who think panedw.th sary to have a hog weighing two 01 rnnmra, rvj 3IW tlniiflliiiliilrml 'tiortlssi to .ft .tin. tun nt that tile bOIllllT vote Ulliv uo I'u.v.... the market, in fact it is quite there-- by pension bribes. The Service Pension STOCK verse, and I notice among the sales this bill agreed upon by the republican cau- winter that pigs weighing 70 or 80 cnii proposes to put every veteran on sh SO Ol i pounds brought the very lwst prices in tjJ0 ,lLM,sion list who shall live to be illiori" wt n ,.k. tii..ojll ' I he Ml.iw il. the market. vliiM at this time last year . Kj ImiimII. u wonUi tak S31,10001000 out at m i.i.i vennJ 0,(1 r tho f'rf l t f I liiglior than heavy H4-tlOO.000,000 al-- , QVlinis.! ft vinter in Butralo that notUMlin.'JOat'tion. in addition to liome. when heavy hogs only netted renuy provmeu iui. a ......uv..,....- - ..w Insure Mare io'4 and Matt'e II I'ull bnahcr t.. G'iia J4.75, so that if 1 do not find winter ord. . n., at lean. ,, M shelh, tn K W ki lis AltDAI.l.All MAMBKI.NO I5J7 ; feeding o pi.fitnble I can ship them. ;u t nn ,Um Klla Hopkins by OsJ Oi.tuns '.I il mix il.r .e ,.o the world of theology, v, 1,,,, "In '' ' e .1 "I in ..!.. !... bv Avant s ahu(th sire of Wlnfu-dam i'.dlle I. o. .1 true is not new, mid what is new is not a Wtllmm Smirerl) a 6'. and N'ofa t a an.) bavo my pigs ready for market at any AlaMHlt AbtUltah time, and as it ceases to lie proiitable to likely to be true.' We heard the great dam l.i d Mambnn.. by Majsdica jo. as h llniwn a $10 to Insure a Living Colt. dam of vearsago; but it is as true Chief fcfd I will si in thorn. The scales and Uovce sav that Monei d ie wheu ihe cli i loslrlorihe marr lien Krnnklni dam Fanai iwucil will tell just when this time now ag then. ?o, brother, do not try to ' 2 (Iain Nain-'- bj Sa W'eimei palled Hh by 3 p.ainds 16 Sands high, wrlchi comes, so thr.t there will be no secret iia Dark La.le Hcamaik i a lauiiful sea) brown with 0,ij,i,uli. The freshest originality in good mane ami tail, n hands i inches high, wdlte Foaled June, ,t"r,W- S Twulinw"' in the world is for a man to be himself in Terms. S40 for the Season, naier eea handled i j cats okl this prin. ha IIV CLAY WILKF. Fni! 01 more than iwo wicla. hot he Is fall ot gaits and a dilferent With usual itluin pmile.. t n.aits not ppiimg Hs ty Georce Wilkea he by Itvsdyk's God made you preaching. Ihe best prospes t lor a pradui r ot saddle and Pirst Oam by Kef nUr; he v Vdlilsn uKhieeo horses in this pari w ine siaw Mr. avikk' wn.v if Mmiainjt n ituii. jrom cvery other being in the world and Resalar Wilkes ra as Ane Raimd horse a will be He wassittsd by On Time, he l.yMonewill lack , I noticed so uu time .since tho discus- foansf in the Wilkus fantilv He has never boen soa, he by Washington Denmark, hs- l.y lllai k 9jcient originality SMITH, t0 lllbliri. GRMYILLE hantllasj far speed but can go very fait Denmark Mon in j'our pa..-e- about innnaging bulls. ,.n,i will at my iMtwe two He will make Ihe season uf ,1,1 ... o of tboncht and delivery, ist dam by son ol Aksandssr s Norman i xv coot SIKI.O lV C. CLAY j il mikes, frean HnsttMviUe e Dam illc fake at ad dam mt of the boat road mares esei iu CensA frinr do the thinking, and let your delivery T ...irintmn - uvil ,rivo that ,.l..., ..... ...... tral Kentucky Dam the.lam nt (Quinine S ...vl... ,. ..... n.. .....v j $10 to Insure a Living Colt. your readers i:"!l not ue ntraul or ever be your ow and unallected. W estern C 1'. Clay bjr Caliban, dam Sf ran, dam of 3 In these pedigrees you will and myal biendiag being gored by the mo-,- t icious bull, and Uaptibt. retained nn colt till the sen Ue money U and ih t to IsK. a beoss-- a 19; iaesi dam AUna, ilrisa of these atalltons ytM will sec Individuals of prevents them from breaking Maicsgrared 00 reaavnable terms No re- rare in a to lit. paid it alw laoty and as bueders second to none. Send When the average man or woman ist a IB Gram ilk- will be limited to tea approved marts, sponsibility for accidents cr escapes y..ur mares where Ihey will b pis. peril cared fr .gate and fence. First ring the bull, . J f LAND. C.T SXXIUIlOK of glasses at tbeier) hiw price wt Mnrtlalid. Ky. then get two sharp pieces of chain with be fitted with the first pair I, some curious discoveries are made. Sov-- 1 a ring large enough on each to go over $50 for the Season, tho horns; put rings of the chains on the en out of ten have strougerbight in one privilege as above. Wiih the homa; now liore a hide horizontally eve than in the other. In two cases out Marc, from same retura kefKnn gras- - at j i. r a distance through each horn jut in front of tho 0f jj ve one t.ye is out of line. Nearly month Hay and Kraut if .les.wiT, at ream.ible ul not 10 ai.wl stLi.l.uts, jvc Pains for a good wire key ha,f the eo.,le .,rt. coior j,ijmi to some rate. should takenxiur rings lars Kccord lhree- ao liable Staiii. trJ A W SMITH n.in,ill'. Ky ,f, to go Slaadafd !TJ,ft'1 extent, and only one pair of eyes out of 4lin iiitllj rti nUJ WI qilt Ut lillll ist aV till 111V kllll OU all respect.- Ilrowu Horse, iG hands, foaled May, isle. ontside of horns, (let a lap link and every lo are all right in SIUKD HY KIKN7I, Scientific American. fasten the other ends in the ring in the a .toVa .a (Pnll hrsMhar to King . nobtf; ma'w tiicm snort enough so thu M indird Stainl ml iiii.l-- r Uuicf 6, 7 and 8 cZ,;..u The Tacilic Ocean is the Imgeht i.,i.. i dam by Alasont ,.,.u t. .1.. .. ,: rati! t 4, son of Almont eleg.mil) bred horse- - mil make the Ihp in rkKTi-NDLGot a plan!; hix or . light incite wid oi water on the globe. It Iiiih il,000,OW sras. ii of is aj at "! iples, two mius from Ian dam hy Garrard CtUnl, aire of lUsil Duke a if if ling S..11 of lli. tator and Winona l,j Alniunt t ..teriiii .sunlord like where lhe will U found l and long ritough to extend two inche.'t on fatiuaru miles of nrea. The Atlantic at any time read) t scr.c mare. j dam by Grey lUgle llMar't aire of sd dam d ' In Iji vmikmI dam Laucess eat li If i)f hit eyo. Imre holes in plaul: an sirea of M.OOO.OOO stpiani miles. The ist Lady Davis s vS-Son of II.11nbleton1.111, dam AKTHt U SIMS, ,,i nd fasten with wire over hin eyfM to or Jm'ian Ocean is third with 2.S,000,GOO I.ady Ki kafellcr ly Amerdam by Coppotboltoas, sirs of dam of Hastl Duke ican itar. j'i dam bay Rich itri.imd thorin,Mou tlu" honw. imlyour lWUa1m08i i',e aVntarctic measurehl 1 t class , with M In By tJen Knos, record i mono, by llambletonian. l n ho- cand so in i M class Uen Kaon by . I'KNCE is a hotae of great natural speed, hai nig hull will - as by Kdwin horrest. ,t Vhi a fioo.000 and the Arctic 1,500.000 asjutiru ad dam Wiss Stevens Hwo.mi, dam Daughter of. AMbnr nW sal made a record of ! third heat al years old and by Mambnno Chief. 3d dam I'oliy Stevens no trie-- , t.i jintliMl-tici-t(rite the of Thss is no mark of his Hay ltieamond,siie oi FlU, recoru 2 17!, and dam. I.a4y Arthur, is by llontskssa Chief, stre I. over a very show tnwh tips will tighten them miles. r'n-- a t Lady Maud t and many other good one and speed, as he has shown trials IS il ami .piattcrs tii of dam of Si. Cloud, record i a lie a raienf Wry hands Note. Lancet, brown with right froat heel and out of Lilly Arthur, thoroughbred, proven himself in i4 seconds, which isand after a i'n Inn a limited .so as tn la ik" tin i..ig in them give him hay iiH hands high aad has some aud blood like, left hind pasters white, foaled May i, ilii This 1 'I'tfT or two triali he will will be worked for a fast rr. ord i.l 'I, Will stand at number of marcs finished j Rosidonco is a handsome and veri stilish colt, high aad feet a Ane breeder. With the blood of llambletonian, Mambrino - all al . .tirit and with sreut muscular Dower: hia lesrs b.eak any kind of a For Sale---Sric- k Forrest, and as great Chief Pilot. Jr , and open and trappy and his good. Hia action 3S0 by the Insurance. t. m , i. T bnard does not inter- - n which now live, wet Wain street, and the are an Indiudual as he I. he should make a great Pretender is laat, showed breedniK excellent horse. Will make the season of iAai at the stuck M,s 1!4 .i:n way .ti irmg. e tc. TIib quarter in 3s seconds and is lie Dictator, sire oi ) f tc Court Square, Stanford sUHe of Pence A Karris at their track iH miles trotters whose average speed u gTcatcr than any uin-'c - ii.Jlw illlMnf)cowea that youWest of Stanford, ky ,at VVAN!OTTh Jiao. three sired by other stallions Hit dam is well , an r n h.m all orthe lot with hu lrc! daughter of l.aitcewuod, v.n of llambletoIHE I'VNCY SAPDLL hIALMON, bred suns of $30 to Insure a Mare in Foal. jkoiild make .. ier) taluablc horse It y Metropolitan, one of the best nian, and he J,nar. w.t. ii -- J A Wiggs iu bunthorn He will stand Kysdyk's llambletonian, having: foe his dam Live Mt"k Jinini il. Hsa.ynth by Volunteer, second dam Clara, tae Mares parted with lorfeil insuran. e Mares kept ing nearly of the Color Most In Dp. muml In Mnrhot. RAISE ON THE FARM ONLY THE is les favorable As a rule n dry ANIMALS THAT, PAY. to foeo kwirs tlmn a wot ono: but. on tlu other hand, too wet n senoon in th not iltimble. In very wot sca-oT.iiiiIIiimiii II:ih llecn Kxiiprliui'iitltig Jlr. plants produce honey so rapidly that it lo Flnil Hon Stucli Morn a I.nrRi Hop ia ixm,r.x in flavor, and tho honey when Kats Tlutn a Smalt Olio I'slni; llir lirejmrod for market is not as fino in Scale ami a 1'cnrll. flavor and tante. Tho platits an unduly In tho fall I took a lot of pig, weigh- forced in their growth by the stiinulatiiii? BE LOO. i. STAR WILKES. (Hack Stallion 15 This trotting- and comblnctl stnllion will make iWrnile thr present season at Dr. 1'. V. Logan's, 'wiling to Kami of MiliedKCiilleoii turnpike road Stanford. Waterloo U standDescription and Pedlerceard bred. black. 17 hands high, weighs i.aoolba . magnificent stile and action and I n sure foal and tetter, his proeeny combining aspeed rd cf first rcc class saddle qualities. He has II. 1. I., It.rheliou: he bv M.tl.lljrllio Chief, lie by Mamhnno Paymaster, he b MumbriiK.. It by Imp. MiSHHiser First dam Helm mare by Hay Messenger; lie by Harpimis. he by llambletonian; he by Imp ,Mw he senger; atl dam Ued llird by Cannon W hip, by Imp. Whip, he h by HUckburn's powers of the moisture, and their pro- Saitram dan bv Whip he3d dam a thoroughbred Iltrod; ducts a iv not an tine and so well matured mure bv Imp. Diompde. H Mesii(ter's dam waa ourcf a full blooded Messoncer mare and by as those of hlower growth. The Ihvs Imp UoikinKham c sometimes chango the color and quality Kirhcheu was the mot fashlotmbl) bred motf and the winner horse in of the honev if they are in "oxl eondi- - premiums andAmeriiAthan any othoV horse of Keii- in purees Hoil physically, l)Ut US 11 Hllo tllO hoill'V Watloo,s dam by Helm's Yorkshire; he by plaowl on tho table is not much Imp Yorkshire; dam b Wenijer's Ilelhaar: nltoml from that taken directly from the tl dam bs kosauth ; id dam the noted roanI matt I.ee. fD"-sugar Mrap will owned by J Helm and ulietward b N Waierkxs will stand at Knlr llnnr-- H Hand sion SlItRI) I1V Li l.V. l'ifth, ltMd tUj. . W1I.KIIS K14. Maple Shade Stock Farm. Fauloozior, Boyle County, Kentucky. Ahdallah Mnmbrliio 3715 one ol the E. P. FAULCONER. trot-tin- jt J "ny y WALKER, MiiK-rio- r. ' j o , ap-who- n s Ed Barlow, 2375. ) is-- ;, I , j Jul-e- n 1 e t- j 1 W -- m -;- - -- XI-ts- . uKs-i- t able-bod-ie- d .1 year-ol- d 11 . ME Ml 11 mi' P .' . ! i 111 11.1 itl.-.v- -t I hs. 11- , fe., 11 1 j tlir J ,0 liM, dam Prim r. e, marts in the L'n.ted Matrs, t,i Alexander's Ahdallah Wai hntse y cars old, 1,1, hands HAVKLOCK Inch, lompactl) bmll. strong Imne sute foal getioV,( llettie Jones a ivH- - ter ami trotted oer a hill) na.k lat Pall in a ij Site of Genes a S Matlie II . old. a uh. Keller V 1 JuS, and we eipe.t him 10 tret s.hse 10 t to this Pall Kme Thorn Ion s 3J Mix produce aielarteand fine, aad likel.ranhy l.ltiinine S a ao. Sctn a and the dams of Charleston a ft. Lady Gay a heivillmakea noble cross on our goo J marts U'ilk,.,.wMti Wawrona a .IW. stimtut S'u a Is. this set lion. .I. t'hree f the above I elephone a 40 and others I he real valve In his pedigree rwtt in the fait records were made 111 m iM. the remainiag ten that he represents horses of individual merit, 1M0. well' made m whose ancestors nn both ids were both star per the IIV A I.O NT lormers altd producers ul horses I lie I could route and get the money aad Haicluik s lolts l.ad) Majolt.a j $ h from goad mares will do likew isc i dam l.V P. ttb dam of llinwa Chief 4143 alieof MasjCie 1 isS and the dams of AltamoHl ttV laid) Majnlini t), by $50, Monuy Duo whon Maro I'rovoo Mambna C hief with Foal. a dam KAN N Hi dam of D.dlr. dam ol Dlrectot of tsH t 1?, lhornslure 1 iiH. Oastard r s PayiK' llo.-r- l 1 al, Johi. t isH by lien I'raaklm, aon of Harrac, son of l'ear nauRh:, Ac Ilea Franklin's dam by Copnerhotlom. ad dam by SasWeiuser. son of 15 JilKPI) PA LA DINK Sir Arthy, aon of Imp. I)iomd Abstallah Slambnno dies rare horse qnalilMM Money due when olt 1. foiled ; lien retained on I II j' llambletonian ur 10, dam by American horsI hey are Stanfotd. K. G A. 1. Ukh to the colts that he has produced toll dam roCIIAIIONT VS. by Americaa Cla .1 es of e stieme speed, courafe and lei el heads, with 7 am No horse In (sire of the dams of 14 in the K list, u in ish the stamina to stand hard training by C M Cla,Ji 'sire of ihe dams r i 11. Kentucky has Blown into popnlarMy more rapidly of maiee has than he has aad with the same slas. want a horse with MARV ANN. by Alesandor s Ahdallah , , such aotoiiety 1 une.l (sits of the dams of Jerome Kddr 1 inS, tavm iron rlad constitution eti . then hieed to Ahdallah He is alt a prest dam producer aad 11$, etc son of llambletonian in Mamhriao will be a noted pirpotent sire. Kane day PllOINR is a seal drnwn, t years old. hands, nae st)U, IsaiHtsoasel) oropwlioned ai .1 Hil .talli n iMinds htitlt. f alid Ap.il 'lib very proeatsing llecomban. ihe llambletoa.a" SlOO, With Itoturn PrlvlloBO. Cop dam b .ra lae'e, "I law iS6 Hi. aWar-tu-T bdali 'i crosa hacked by Alriander' He wa.aired b Messenerr I hiet, per button., A. ami should produce iisal and remaika' . Messenger MesaenjierChiet.siie in Maud Hn descendants ate tedtin to .r Jr.b iHlrac upua the track and the stuJ ... , td dam h Klmo atnl.ikt dam lenniejd dam by iMambtino Chief, in Steal, bosh Man.oilno.leetrr, 4lh dam by imp Napoleim. Ch dam by leinpe.i, p k 1 n c r. p s . .5fl0 to IiiHtiro it 6th dam by 1ter; 7th Jambs Darnaby t li, vh My Woodford Mai..lnno mede, 1th dam by Cannon's Whip. xva dam b t sired n, shipn s Parngoa MeweaRer Chief r,.Metoamn 10 (sift of I K J . by II j dam LI) Telephone to all points "Mares bred u b.lallah PiM, ist.lam b Mainbriao Meseijeer ot Iriuket j 14, bv Prin- tps, Gosseva shares a specialty. Mares grasod at thr .1 dam by Masabnno Chief, Ai He sired Maud foe V" n by .rei-lander 1 , a 11,14, hi Primepsi, : Man taah Cntod , are taken of stock, hut . I "n.? Misunetr 1 iH; Vbel a jsH Marvel' trial in Princeton a lot, by Priuceps. I. art 1 sit, ri.k Mares bred to my sloch and then ' r, .1 jV,; Ilobvrt II. record a J, nine by Pnacfp. other tun k, thr montt due Males I'lnl j. 1 ai., aad other fast t osm. Ixsttie 1 .tu, Mollie .Um ,.f Kme lean j insurance. Ahdallah PiM sras sired br Alexander's it ure parlad with forfeit Ihe aad have aecursHl the sar Island Ba k Hawk . r,.orl by I hair a a.aad trai k Uh, ist dam Rlandina b, Mambrlno Chief He , I raausirr o. w wnn I rrlnir i J4'. . e.of Sam Colbt.ru and J P. tray, Iwt. .urn sired Pi. kard a ..' Red Jim aad others . ,wds t :'. aitU t.reen s Ha.haw with lb caiMsnem e, who III It pleased to handle 1 Alexander's Ahdallah (sir of Ryadyk Haw a V perlsirmers st o. k for i.ni bletoman. sire of Uester a i7"lsrest t.oldsmitli sired 3 dam bi HsIKo.inder irt ot dam of Hatablrto Imported rendered Itffk.hire h ,$s for sale Maid 1 14; Major Hdaall 1 t. "h . in . . .. ... i man 10 r..t, ,,,, , a,. .. cirnuru pv..fre r.i v ot rVaraie McGregor RnlTt McCirefor 17. aire 4 dan. b) .aRu'l lespondence Mjtuited ' a i65f.Ac,.Vc . l. hllNo, record a y was sired by Alcanndrr s by Imp Uellfoander.A.i Ahdallah. dam said lobe I Vt.l ION. 1111 lUMIMMtlJ Maiobnnc Chief, the site of the second dam t.l Messenger Chief, jr. sired the great Lady I horne in lata sired il't aad Mambnno Patchea; who j and better I ondoii a ao4 and i others in a and also sir the dams of i.u Wikes a ijH; "ar nn Wilkes il aad the dams of 15 otners with h sf asop t iSa1 at m' sia It at Stan il mt.i Ue. ord i oaled A pill records of a and tetter f r.l at a i the season ..i He will staid Iheseasonof iKo at ..ur stable a ue ul Maud S., re. HvllXKiMD near Turners illc at Colt, and as more in the j.. list. a $12.50 to I irst darn t nlaade . dam of Vaba, ie. ord , Living Colt. $10 to My It 1. 1. Ml N r. sire of .Nulwo..d, . .. sound and all right. Will nol b allowed io srve Money due 1 dam Voung !' rua mates that are not rc.iiUr breeders Ht j 1 a r t. 9 A w hen the nit omes. mare sold or transferred Dam uf '.4taue a os sire cH UMmer lien will l held on all colls until paid for lmm if Portion is. (sire of Minnesota ; , -- Harrison t,niei, )t Desc rtpn n an I'edigrec Dam of Hymen year old reco-r17, is a led sorrel , stands is hands j inches in height, Dam of t hildc Hareio, . record m nas mk iau ana mane lie 3 icars old this spring, land 1 M is by Harmon Chief, he by Clark Chief, the sire tiranddanaof Ccnnanght sit of Chsonscae a j ift His dam Lute, the dam of of Lady Thome (rand dam at 1 aba srVw Hanker a oW . The dam of Harrison Chief, Jr. is Hy .MAMHRINO C II P. mire Ladv Tlu .ml lull br.ther to fHlfteld ,1am of l.atahnl. pace. hy a ton oi Walton's Mambnn oaashebt of a mare rnaed t itij dd. bv Aleaansler's Ahdallah, td he by t4d Lesington. jd dam bv Hhawhan's Tons ) Dam Port... by ROKHl CR. HV rN FIPI.I1 Hill, he by Hall Sin. king.. ib dam by tlavi I Dam by WI1IPP I iKccunl a an, ami sire of torsi. 3 14'. JMne uleaf Croxkel, sth dam l.y Hal.ora, Mhdam by Wells' The above record is no measure of hi. aa' Pajsill 1 jo an. I td dam U Kesereaee Crusader we espert him logo under as) thss Pall. II Wilson of tvnthiana. Ky , aoW a Mr W 1. . ... s en dam by Itrlnsnnt, sirs? of ji la Ihe lis, and grant cosahtnrd gelding, a full brother of Hatnasn Chief S i AOO UI make the reason Ky..the ' C.. I. an. Creek, rr of no Sir Rk Hum.t on theMlisr aate turnpike. one , also sold two oihees al li.Tto Jr , for Ji.soo hmontl j dam by Kncsatai ajo'j, aire irf o in the last aaw Abe Keaaker s,4d another combined gelding for gnssMlssiss of I. feou, to you can seat the breed of this Mors is snore , dam bi sS. erm.mt Hlack Hawk st any othstt sullion as Ihtsy Hantblrtoniaa, sought after than any other sUlliou d Itiigrbl, rsc.a-- a 10. by Ryilyh's better prices than . nating Iwo year by Srcsly Aaseeicaa Star dam Julian Machrer. l.i His oldest ctdts art n M ill Ketllight will make the MaMMIuf ifcao at W ir'C suit. 11 ikut eenl. per .l.i ... . w Stwk Kara. , mile- - eat of helbj Citi , at take ailpuasihl, Mi Spl. ndid oung Sad.i.e siain, n, notrcs.ii 1' a eidenis ni es. ac, Hi RN VM .. t .rr with Foal. a $15 to I.yle Wilkea 4858, sire of Danville WilVps. ij, Chief j:oH. Kimutii H, Matlle Wllies t .r. 1 7, by George Wilkes t.tilu Wilkes t it. trial a i, ist dam by AmcrK-aCkiy 34, d, by Maw bniio Chief II: jddain the dam ol Uricason 1 joH 1 av George Wtlkes 51, sire ol 6a petforiuersin a .to, more than anf stallwn llvli.n or dead b lUmiltonian 10, site of 41 performers in 1 30, dam bv llenr Clay J S, 'Gill's Vermont 104 sire of Uunner Hoy Ilia, k Maria mile trcoril J.js. the dams rf The Wilkes that s Id for big price. Count Kint: ajh', Wilkos 1 26, Nelley L 1 ji,G.imbetta Abel .".7tV,. Col llradshaw a x and seseraloth-er- s f in the a. jo list , by Dow nine's Vernnint- -" lllack Hawk tat dam by liar, lay's Columbus, SIAR Wlf.KKS i fine tailed and a Hand some a colt as you can Ami la the Wilkes famil). He has never been hanilled tor speed, but will aaon trot fast when handled. He will make the of ttooat my plate J milea from Stai.tord oil the Daasille pike at td dam Hlack Kmily. by litem's Yetkshlte jd dm I.ittie Kmily, by Wugnor. 4th dam Kmily Speed, by Imp. l.evlanthan. by Pacolet. jth dam ist dam Kate, by Gill's Vermont I 1 Prim ep. ha. srpate.t J4 in -- brood ;, 111 to Insure Living Colt. I'odiiic 11586. a,. 1 . Govers Messengora - lfi ir) 1 I sued Ilavelok spl - -- 1 Pn-re- .... .... ', i. 1 Harrison Chief, Jr., Y A Z 0 0, 1 1 7 9 9. 1 r 1 I 1 1 Redliglit 5822, 1 1 two-mil- e C ' 1 1 1 1 Mia-ve.- ey, "4 At Insure. .at-law- nn, -,. 1 ,.. 1 VI- - Eag'le Denmark! J is ai 1 i i j 1 Regular Wilkes! i BREEZE . WILKES! standard ' - llamUe-tosua- i r ," - jfi,. I" 11 I jn j - , ' Arthur Sims, 3041. Wyandotte, .lU-.- en-mg- PEUCE. ear-Ol- d H-- points. . 1,la..' IIV, ,'11. sll .seal a s iruil 1 ic, Dick H ill,.. a Ir, t 1, Daisy I. a hi. King I'rlosky Inal - ,. Ma old trial t o and live in rr I' a ry Lou. have shown trial, al tear better all in la.t sea .. sun, wh. h is eftaiuly wondeif nT for a tallioai with limited oip it.ioin. . lyl.e. s ik , aj, sire of II.111 . ilte. .'. m', Cu J ICVJ, Red Wilkes . ti i,r I'limr Wilkes 14, William L. sire ol Astell f sear. its) re.ord . sold lor iiot 00 and is the only horse that lai. at 5 1,000 the season I irt dam Klua Jane (dam of Ms.ud Mrs.en.r , la i 16X1 by (ieoth) Brree, sire nf I'eatl of I'earl Medium 1 ay Sss,osd dam Kitty Risers (dam of Heme t,nl , year old tecord 1 170a slow truckl by Ale .and r - --. Ahdallah, sire of ColdstHilk Maid a 14. ! a. n ' e Jih. Alsmmt, lUlmont, Ac ITsird dam b) Red Jacket site af Ih. r Keatucki Wilkes aad the second da" s S0SHI17V4, Luale Wilkes iJik, I'c c a f K, Combat (sue of Htown t if and W il'.ao a eosil Red Wilkes Isire of I'rtace Wllke. 1'hil Thompson a iyy Sc by Comet, sou wfs st .It. o, 1. ., la I i. 1 1 iir . 1 ml, j "nfi s . -- - LAYOUT, 7871. 5526, ne -- , . Fourth dam an est ra fast mure, suppo.r.1 I r of Ahdallah aad Messenger blood. I'etosky 3OJ3, by George Vilkos n, hr.t 11 tannic dam of Nellie O'Neal ataS,ln..l Katie Jackson 1 i$i, trial a io ul iyears..l (,r. . Chsriti), trial at i yeats old s jo and others I1 could tint close lo a to by lion's Cadmus, - it I'orithontas 1 17U.A1 IIRKKK WIl.KrS wilt make the r.is. n 1S00 at my pla. e S miles from Stanf r.l h. Hush Ilraach pike at . man Morpia i. $25 to Insure a Mare in Foal, Monrv doe when the tact Is as. -- nunc 1. patted with. fill's lil N -- d.H-i- iirtl j 1 i : ji. hand-sms- 2 Horses and 3 Jacks. I U 111 I l!l Klinlld lit ITiy 1 -- 0 ut iSsyit. two HutM ..' Irs tt mil r , it- k'1M - J . - ic t .- - f -- 11 i j j I "-J- -j, w- or lJT ! KKl'UKN VERallONT, Hy (.ill's cm... 1. 1, thr 1 6f dam mil. i I', W rrT.lixiii ' not tjtv.ti' mo-- lilrhen I cod. I e.jn"t t eAtendmy chicken iuterebt. Mai 1.187,, an. h Maho.ni) l..i, ici, Inmng the tat twelve years 1 liave real- - J"mIi! lu,h, hcai ni.ne and tail, is rn tli hn bauds both a Tirfiur.il mil ik.isaut , izr 1 over lort per cwit. prriSt. I had on and fin.f..nc) and when qtn.tiy driven m saddler, harness breeds - , 1' iihW high, foaled in lias stalln 10 aliout 15 lajinsTtenn. am get- - t;oes liki ..trotter aiyle n both l He i. Jlaith acighs in. pounds, is of hne stylo and well ,... y nior '. t., or.a miu .luv ii,..i t uut ides to the third gtlier ition. is oacKeu " .aited on lioth ido, making him very ititiie for per diiSPll WholeMle V the eggs, aiiKhbrcds furm and tinisli a jierfuct SIKKD K MFSSliVfihH CIM I.I id.j, by ana pr,Khil ait: ( i Wallace Denmark; v 1 i At Ten Dollars to Insure. WATICKI.OO, JR., Ily I)r I' lagan's WatetlHo that has a re. ol a an and is standard bred. Sec pedi.rrc alerloo. Jr 's ist dam by Levi Hid, hie'- - ,J Stonewall lack son Riniben iaoeer iS liautia htah. atk l,av ,i..i hue breeder of good hursei lor all purp.-r.- a will stand at Messenger Chief, Jr. 11 tuh-tai- I ! .i.il a uuy. sr 111 111 it diiv. . Tim foial ftmt.t con-finr- t of tho time in their uiii.&us Ihrotvh tilt winter. A tolheiaodoof fi tiling Ja.ery day I boil half a laiahel of M.ii'll iwitatoeu. mush them and mix iiKm.1 ai;d luiiMlings with them, adding M.nn'trniui'l Ixdie, a little charcoal and . ' Jlu fowl, are d ' I'llVt m.;iU . u.rk ' .,.- -. jttMi.n I mix iu a little middlings and i iiole mi'ss togetlu"', mak- tin if ul in all, and give it ..j .'if .c. .t thing I then cut up lino sov.r-- j I'lusliol ot clover hay; put it in a liarrel, paur over it a kettle of lioiling v. .iter, cavrir with btigo until it steams; ,t t . ..-- t,j . t about four 1'uarts of .iv.r Uil them up iu the morning m-hI tc-r- ALdallah I'llot I.,..., ab f rfltn- - tirstdam own sister to (ier. l.eore II Thom.w... ru. Denmark as sire ol Scent's Thomas, record a ai by Mam horse, the well's Denmark, he be by imp HedKeford His first dam was sued l.rino Messenger, ad dam by ilambriMi Chief; jd bv Sir Wall.ce, he by T.idhuiilcr s Sir Wallace oam hi Imp Napoleon; lib dam by Tempos!, 5'h he))) sir Mltert, (Ihoroiiibbred) d d.m bv Vir d.mi l.y liner; Oth dam bi Da'nal.y'a l)nmeU irjili.is by Tranby, thoroiiuh-lired- i 7th dam by Cannoa's Vhi.n th .lain by Shipp's tiniiis dam of he l.y the celebrated M ison a Whipp, jd I'ar.itfiiH. CIIIFI-aJKSSE.MGKK IK'S la'H a Wbipi mar . ..I y Vtr.noot, Jr. dam bv Imp S ytnian 1 dam oy thinner Gray Kaglt j dam by Onsiott's telegraph 4 4am Denmark al.ove. 1st dam by MilkjIi ot Walla..l.y Oliver MesVermont. Ir., lie Vermuut: Um ler's licniuark, he l the race horse Denmurk; hi. senger Chief, tir.. pioduced the tollowine- Mainl 'am Klorue; xl dam b Mriiiioinery'sOliier, 3d Mcsscnxcr t if'i- Abel . 41,, Marvel j al, Uassic dam by Old Dreiinoti. Tom is a tine shaped horse M. ? . l'.u ,0',, Roliert H a 15', Manning black with heaii mane anil tait, i$H hands hush . 3V(, Kalhc.-in- i jC Mesaenger lirl a jo and is a natural saddler and has proven hi 3 self a I'ulty Ilcilc j i. int;c ny Mciaengcr 1 y breeder. faui Mesaenger Chief. Jr , 1. the sire of Nannie U . I'll above stock will make the season of 1S00 at showed aotimes ami wor.' 75 blue riMwns Will I my farm 3 inik.froin Huslotivlllc, nearCarpeu-- Kue says he thinks she - the finest shw mare in mined to sen mare. Kentucky. Mtation, and will be oy the insurance, Meaaangur Chief, Jr., ail make the season ol Boo at moiiel. He.. waa sired by Sumuter . hu ,'so,,.-.- . r.) , f.Hiu.t,s, . liMsvt ., .. tie ...ij Denmark, he dam of Desist a 17 and Dtctatur, the sire uf at re.iaoi.al.le rales, but no ri spoiisiniluv fores i7;Phallaa 11ft and Director cape or ac.identa. a 10 ist dam Lady Welch y William Weleh.slre of I'rince Imperial aaVfrand Jormaiak a j$K,; ad dam an inbted Wagoner mare Thu. horse con tains 4 percent ol the old horse Rysdyk's No. 10, the founder of the greatest tint tintt famili the world has ever known, coursing W ill Im permitted t" serir i , or o inarea at through his 1 ems from 4 different channels n Kysdvk's Hambletonun, Vulunlscr, Metropul.ian Colt. a and Willi im Welsh $10 to 1 u Logan's W'aicrloo t J 6 T. FLKIN Lancasfr Insure Living $6 to Insure a Mare in Foal. Waterloo, Jr , it u lory dark brown or Ida. I, fine mane and tail, coinpactl) formed, foil Iiaiids inch lilh. fine stjloaiid mtioii and a fin, protlncer id csin lined Imr.t., perleitiv km. disposition and a sure foal getter Will taoj at . 1 1 -- Belmont Chief 8689, Krist:ie.l I . as Itob Link t, King lliiekdenis a bright ba without my while is1-- , hands high, nae inane aad tail, of Hne ae lion and ia a natural saddle horse Stiver King, the great premium horse, He is by ist dam by Imp lluckden ad dan; by Denny's Drciiuon. .'d dam hy 1'ilinnre Pilmore was a He wsts hy Mont great show horse in his da gowen a hip and out of a mare b I'rank, tbor-ou- .i is $8 to Insure a Mare in Foal. Alsothtoe good youiiK 1 tom xtomissois, - ire. . VWA(. ,V FAKkls, Stanford Iwo -- - -- ' s)ii of Wallace Denmark, a handsome coll, el have in .scratch lively for the grain. In hue sic and of royal hlood. will bou.ed private!, very hono a dust bath, oyster bhulls st.H k committed to my care and brcednii; will Attention. Grass luriushed uiitl gravel are placet!. Just now abont rcceur my personal be paid lorlelorc rem. ill ol .a, s. ull otic- man an do is to nttend to them. ....reasonable rates to e r..ionsibiliiv fur accident r 0. apes. Hi ' ' n m .'ire clfanetl oht twico s I'artme with stock forfeits insurance and makes u d. e J 5TUELE CAKPJi.N t LR 1 A, J in Hurul New Yorker. xr'-!. ! nrfi it. warm. Tho birds mon ittr it tiji One hour bofore numiowit 1 give a'.t tlu m wheat, oats, corn and buckwheat, tliivwii in n lot of cut nay, so that thoj '. ir Wallace atSIG; Tom atSIO DENMARK LEXELL, $15 to Insure a Living Colt. 1 also have Two Very Fine Mule Jacks, Whieb I mil stand at S10 lo insure a living coll. A lien will be retained on colts until the seattjn money is paid. Theai.oie horsesand jacks will make the present season at my farm two miles South uf Stanford )ti , on Somerset pike ,, Stanford M.b ircl b the great J i , as - ear old ire ol Nutwood a id , W'edgwwood a ly; rlli ir 1 island ,j sons lioy i 13. I led Belmont and daughters in I hi 1 y list ist dam Keltic Kmkead by Contractor 1084, sire f Dr. West .. ; jd dam full sister to D Monroe - m, hi Jim C llirl , Kill! I tales Moun. sire of Monroe Mom. Chief a ib'4. VikMonroe a 16, a 10, 1.ad ing J i'.'t, King Jim j 1 ' aud 10 others ih a Jo hat. IIKLVONT CHIEF is axnat horse, 'poafsssa iHftraiu sianaetry uf form ami beauty, and will, hia easy, fileluaileaa wu of filing and lusijteat hhsud lines, there is no rcMxiu, witli koo.1 he should nut kwono thu tcjual of his great sire and iHu.trtous brothers and sitters. Will nmke the season of igoo at my stables at rial ,-- JACKS ALL WELL BRED, $8 Sea, im Lion for old putt, at $0, and ar on' t due n hen roll i foaled. all coll. for the season in in-retained oil Mares kept nu leasonable UTrrs, but 10 lial.lny Tommy Wilkes, Jr. Will make the present scaaon at my place j miles east of Lancaster on the Richmond pike and will be pcruiilistd to serie mares at j year, ..' " it.. e. dent - J W. t,l I.Ns $10 to Insure a Living Colt, William ILylo. J 1 t 1 ,1 llu"'v Money due when the colt sucks Tommy W'llkiss, Jr , is n beautiful ba) , id hands He was high and has splendid atylc am' actum sired by Letcher's 'lomniy Wnkes. he by Harry McKiMaey. Ky.,tit record ijH- he by (JijrKe Wilkes, recWilkes, ord s a), tho greatest tint of all stallions. h irst dam by old Stonewall J ackion, the sircol Season, $30 more good laddie horses than any other stallion His dam nas known by everybody in Kentucky mare. Limited to m as ihe old Wm- - l.u-.- good With the u'isl return privileges tor the service stands 'Ihe colt in.tside mares ,. J 1 CONN I CROW J ti aipor-luniiio- the nndout ofaipleiididieiiiiet. ll make the season of 1890 at my stable lictwicii the l).iuville and hianfard aad liaiivilluand Iluitomillc pikcsat .My liuu lack, William l.i le, black with mealy iMitc .th hands high sired by Lyle'sltnp Ja V" J. TM ija-r- a $8 to Insure a Living Colt. ?;' Iated with lorfciu (.insurance and money fallsdue U. LNULLMAN i ii vii "'" "' " - Stankohd, Kym tC May 2!, IS IK) . hplmI M Hrj,M fjt ()j (;t.r,H, nilllL't we know to be pun. G. I). tluit " Wearoti, M'gr. . yyK jju.e A. B. SUNDRIES. 2C Robertson & Brother. EVERY LOW PRICE HEGINS WITH US. For intance, our beautiful line of fine Suits that we of them and we cut the price right in the middle of the are now sacrificing. We have sold season to make a clean finish certain. These Suits have a stvlc about them that can not he. .innm.nrlwul by home-madcombinations. The quality of material is superb. Trimming ample. The shades can not be had by the yard, and only one of each suit. Sio will now do the work of Si 5. three-fourths e ljw CWALTON.BUS.MOnaKOr MEANS I BUSINESS. vspiiKrn'H danlcii Seeds, fresh and genuine A. It. I'cniiy. Thr Masons decided .Monday night not to have tho proposed celebration in June. A wie decision under the cir' cumstances. Paper good Needles. Card Monks and Eyes. Paper Hnll Steel-poin- Saw and substantial bridgos hare been 2C WvruiKs and jewelry repaired and built tills week near Mr. G.l). Hopper's warranted. A. II. Penny. and Mr. Josh Adams', on the Danville 2C Tiik best plai'o to buy drugs, patent pike. medicines and toik't articles is lit A. It. jc 9 1'ennv's. Tin: railroads will sell tickets to Louislit v your school books, ink, tablets, 2c paper, pencils and rchool supplies "f all ville next Tuesday and Wednesday at l faros for the round-trion aceount of 4c kinds from A. It. IVnnv. the Democratic Convention. . m p t Hnir Pins. I;ast IJlack Darning Cotton. Tape. ACCORDION .Mohair for S5. Hottlc best Machine Oil. PLAITS: Full suit Accordion Plaited Skirt and material for waist of black English Finer suits of various goods and colors at $6, SS, $9 and Sio. PERSONAL POINTS. "Mi:. V A. McKinmiy is down Huilnrial attack. Mil (K J. II. Monin, of Hardin umtnig his frit'iid, J. P. Crow. J.C. Kwuiksik wont to leTuehday to viMit friends. Mkmii-- . J. M. .ii. and S. M. fhutns attended tlio sale of lots at Somerset. Mu. .)h. I'. Hi ii, of Stanford, wat. he re several days lntl week. Winchester n ii. ihi:i:t Maiitin, Hon of Alex' Martin, s down with the typhoid pneumonia aitd not expected to recover. Mas. S. (3. TiiUKHKMtT is attending the l Conference ut St. Louis. Mil 'i rshtirg Cor. Turin Kcutuckian. v Cmt. J. W. Cakihkk in now running no of the locals to Lebanon Junction . ar.l hai moved his family Mil" J. K. Kauum nnd sons, ltobcrt and Maurice, and .Mr. ltciihcii William an- uniting relative and friends in DanMiw. 1 1 Tin; otockholders of the Hustonvillc with a I'air are requested to meet at the Mason- 5c ic Hall, in Hubtonville, at '2 o'clock Satcounty urday next, for the purpose of electing 5c ollleers and attending to other Louis. 5c but-i-nea- 4C .0. N. T. Spool Cotton. Paper best American Pins. Paper Gold-eye- d Needles. Lead Pencils. ioc Toilet Soaps. Rubber Inserted Hand Hrushes. -- (u-nora- One dozen Wuii.iiSandy Anderbon,,u drug clerk 5c ut Jellico, was on his way to church Sun- jc All regular day night with a young lady, he was. attacked by a woman of the town named toe One dozen Molly (tilpin and quite a went' ensued. Lead Pencils. Ijiter the two met when Anderson shot the woman twice, her corset stay alone ioc One dozen ered Silk. preventing Instant death. The woman claims that Anderson reduced her and that he 1a the father of her child shortly I oc Tumey's to be born. Hook Pins. All-line- 40-inc- DRESS GOODS: Our store is the very fountain head ol bargains. For example, we are offering a beautiful quality of all wool Henrietta for 35c, in black and colors, well worth 60c. Ten colors in French Serge and Henrietta at 60c, sold every place at 75c. Priestly' s Camel's Hair Grenawide at 75c. Camel's Hair Grenadine, with 9 row dine only 63c. Hlack Silk Warp Armure, hemstitch border only 75c. Pure wool cream and black Chalhe only 35c. Cream Mohair, fine quality, at 50c and Coc. 40-inc- h 46-inch 40-inc- h WASH FAHRICS: We always have just what we advertise. 1,000 yards of extra fine Ginghams, beautful designs and colors, that we are offering at ioc, regular price 15c; see them. If you havn't, you should sec those exquisite French Organdies in 15 patterns at 37c. They will please you in every Spools Embroid- way. Pure linen printed Lawns only 22c; best Pongees 15c; American wool Challies iSc; Printed Mohairs 12JC. in tin-re- CORSETS; We can furnish you with most any style and quality of Corset. 43c buys a good, hone Corset, made to sell at 50c; 63c for fine French woven Corsets worth 85c; American P. est, Tiik lltiMonvillu Fair is a iixed fact. D. Corsets at 75c each are away below value; Warner's Health Corsets Si. 10; P. D. Corsets from Si. Co n Muck Towel, over ioc It will be held July Sid and the two folFerris' Corset Waists for Children, Misses and Ladies. to S2.75. a vard long. lowing days. 1). It. Carpenter placed well-mad- genuine English ant fJOO worth of the Hock here with little or no otlort, n our people want their friends of the West Hud to hold a fair ville. Mim !" u'm:hi.i: Ccmihmi. emtio down and besides they know the investment 'r mi Hoc kntstle Springs, yttstenlay, and nient will prove a good one. The I ins-- I x H the guest of lior uncle, Mr. J. S. t'ltivillians never fail to give a good hihition and always mtrreed in making Hughes W . Wvi.i u b, of linrmn.. tmvelinir! Uio enterprise jwy theatockholders. fur White's Chicken CbolemCmo, II. II. Owsi.m, of Chicago, announces w w here W'tHlne.lay establishing ngeii that his book entitled "TheSketch of the i' f'r its wilo. Owsley Family" i about ready for the s it .1. 1. M Kinvb bring nimble to press and that tli'e interesl in it can Ave In- work m proMitt to join hi wife (niiit.h at i'J.MV U'liiiOi niiinmit tt. re. th.it ImikiHHiiii nnd ulentwl ) mHr lo ,, (.wt of ,MlbUcil,0I1. Tlu. . . rnedtoiruiiiighait..rwteriay.nor.j,KXjkignbrKinii8t f t,u, fHmj,v ii Kugland; the miiinUion of Thomas Ows( ur V. M. ill has been choen ley to Virginia; his ceuleineiit there in ( i.'if if I'olkeat MLulIeytwro ut :500 a 1WM, and a lerord of his t ,ir and few. The captain belongs to a ubtHit the year (lecendanls from that dny to the present. i. id detective force and knows what is 'Ilito ombrares all the Anierinin Owsley cxpet ted of him. dilligeut inqui. 1. Hill, I. M. Mcltoberts, Family, as completely as ry has been abl to record. W II Miller and John' Owslor. Jr., I I ioc 1 1 Extra Heavy Rubber DressGLOVES: Attention, Party goers and Graduates: Shoulder length undressed Mousquetaire Kid ing Comb. Gloves in evening shades lor S2. 50, just Si under price. We would remind you, too, that we have the Choice all regular 20C Toilet most complete and varied stock of Fabric and Kid Gloves in this vicinity. Silk Mitts, ioc, 15c, 25c and 3 up to Si. Give us a trial on your next pair of Gloves and have them to fit. Soaps. 5c Real Tortoise Shell I lair Pins. Good Hair Hrushes. 15c 15c 15c Improved Curling Irons. Choice all kinds of Scissors. - 23c 35c 35c 40c Stylish Straw Halts. Holding's Host Knitting Silk. I - 1 1 Ounce Hottlc Lubin's HandFancy Silk Helts. I B Robertson 4 Bro, kerchief Extract. ! Main St., Danville, Ky. H.6.RUPLEY,-- Miv-ns.T- S Tuesday to argue tho llaughmaii vs. I'ortinan, which i im'm us at last been submitted. Mm Hkli.k Cook, of Ilustonville, is her sister, Mrs. O. It. Cooper, who with sMll remains quite sick. .Mrs. 11. It. Cam Wednesi.V. also of Ilustonville, sK-n- t i'.u and vterday with Mrs. Cooper. !.. "...!.. ...I,..., XI... I I1.. .Itsl.Alll, IIIl WIHIIIUUB, VIII., o.t IIU U make her home with irrmd Tuesday to ftr daughter, Mrs. Dr. Steele Ikiiley. Mrs. John Jenkins, of Koine, (ia., nc of i ompanieil her ami is also the guest Mrs. llailey. Mil m Mil-- . W. It. MiKoHuius, Mr HarryS Wood, of Maysville, and Miss 'iiyTiitu, Mr. (t. M I'enuy and Miss mini) Sautley attendml tho lmmiuet v ven the Kentucky Pharmaceutical As sociation, in session at Kichmond, laflt wint to reported that Klder lkillou is considering the advisability of running against W. H. Miller for delegate to the constitutional convention. We hope the report is true. A debate between the two would prove very enjoyable, besides we could have a little fun in the matter ourtelve. Lot the elder shy his castor bv all means. . Max ok Pciith. Mr. C. K. Gentry, who is in from Hennessey, Oklahoma, tells us that he has entered the journaland is one of the editors of Tiik Hkst IUnv The following was istic arena the Hennessey Courier, a flourishing received from Paint Lick: It is current- . eentng. weekly. He is also a real estate dealer, Tiik commencement exerciseH of The ly reported tha the Itest boys iiave farms to a considerable extent, trades in Female Seminary, at Staunton, iceived notice to leave the county in Hi horses and is secretary of the union Sun. a where Miss Mary Alcorn is adding days. The notice is said to have con-h- e day school, where there are over 100 finishing touches to her education, tinned the pictures of two men hanging wholars enrolled. and close on tho 27th, when ' in elligy with the wriptur.il passage, "Be begin CHURCH AFFAIRS. he will return home and be gladly web y nlso ready" "your time here is short." The boys say they propose to stay if they coined by her wo res of friends. Mr. Barnes has a call to go to Scot. A m:n an absence of four months, dur- - lose thuir lives, which is not at all likely land. if they conduct themselves properly. The ,ng which he traveled through most of The Philadelphia Press' otler of 00 the states of the Tnion, Mr. T. H. Wal- genera! impression throughout the coin- - for any well authenticated case of faith ton arrived home Wednesday morning, munity iH that it is a put up job, but of cure, made over a year ago, has no takapparently much improved in health. course this is only supposition, as they ers yet and is not likely to have. He is well pleased with California, but jinny have received it, When the b days Kev. W. M. Fenesee, pastor of the thinks it is overrated so far as climate is which they claim was allowed them to colored Christian church at Coluuibir, wind up their business has parsed, the oncerncd. reports that it is in a nourishing condis the people can bettor judge as to CITY AND VICINITY. tion and that it will entertain the State of tiic article. convention next week. Pi sTi of all kinds for sale by ). J. Kid. J. X. Stephenson closed a proMriutKH. There was a killing a few Newland. days ago just over in Pulaski from Pee tracted meeting at Waddle's school- Fhehii Kimi Wednesdays and Satur Lick, which looks like a very serious house in Pulaski county with 10 addimurder. Wyatt Warren shot and killed tions to the Christian church. There das. M. Klkln. Jim Delaney under the following circum- were ?20S raised toward building u new Hi ut) CaiiKs, llower baskets, etc. at stances: The men married sisters, but church at Kock Lick. Liberty Press. Hlggins & McKinney's. Tho Southern Methodists at St. there was little love between them. It seems, however, that they had bought Louis declared for prohibition, but very lc soda water, the best in the a broad axe in partnership and that War- promptly voted down an amendment to country, at W. H. MeKobeits'. ren had taken the first show at it. Dela- cover the use of tobacco and opium. 1 lie assortment of sum- ney went for it several times, .but War- preachers like the rest of the crank crea A LAiHiuand varied mer millinery just received at Courts iV ren was using it each time. Tho last tion want to prohib.t everybody but W ray's. call ho made for it Warren was not at themselves. Tho Southern Assembly of the Pies paints. homo, but Delaney told his wife if sho .Fiik.HH Biipply of has voted to meet next Durability and quality guaranteed to be would pay him 00 cents lie would say-n- byterian Church more about the axe. Mrs. Warren year at Birmingham. A resolution was W. H. McKoberts. gave him the money, but Warren was introduced strongly denouncing the LouMn. G. 1). Smii.kv was yesterday swot n much displeased when ho heard it. De- isiana lottery and stigmatizing it as "that Birmingham also in as a magistrate in this county to till laney passed shortly afterwards, and ho spreading leprosy" the vacancy occasioned by the resigiiR-tio- n ran out and demanded tho return of tho gets tho Baptist Convention next year. of Squire Kllis, who baa been ap- ."0 cents. Delany rode on without makThe Southern Presbyterian General and ganger. pointed storekeeper ing any reply ami when ho got oil' a lit- Assembly deferred until next meeting tle ways pulled his pistol out and shook tlie report of the temperance committee, Tin: body of the colored boy, Major it over his head. Warron ran and got ...1.1..I. i.L.n ..rminila m.ninRt interference nun " Hays, was found under a sand bar behis gun and without warning tired n load of the Church ill matters Of SOCial gOV-: Wednesday, low Faulkner's of buckshot at Delaney, one of which eminent. TIlO purport of the report IS he was drowned. A nearly a week after struck him in the back 6f his head and the recommendation thatthirChurehde' leg and arm was exposed, hut the rest of passed clear through it, killing him in- ..L.i nuitlinr fnr nrnliiliitinil nor for li "- the body was entirely covered and hnd stantly. Warren is a distiller and DelacellSO. bleached ton perfect whiteness. ney, who was known as Drunken Jim, A letter iroill ue.J. I., Tritllett Ol - couples of the young people was a stock trader for Ike Ilerrin. A UniontOWIl, Ala., containing a remit" Somb ten gathered at Pink Cottage, tho homo of grudge of long standing existed between tarn for the renewal of his subscription, and it was predicted that ho has been through a seigo of the Misses Wray, Tuesday evening, nnd the brothers-in-laseveral years ago that one would finally Carbuncles atlll malarial fever this Spring elepartook of tho hospitality of those .....,..... .,.:!. l.s... gant young ladies. It was intended for kill the other, but their ditl'ereuces were that lias nearly ground now, though, a surprise party, but the fact that the patched up to some extent and they had liunviiun." Wray had had an inkling of it recently been apparently on fair terms. his friends Will be glad tO hear. Misses --Tlie Supreme Court decided that all did not detract in theleastfrom the pleas- Wnrren was arrested, but wo have not result of the trial. heard the the property belonging to the Clllirch ff ure of their greats. - !. 1 1 Tub Colmnbia Spectator says we should not judge Adair county by its representative in the Legislature and that his bill to prohibit that county from wljk. j,i to n,ilrondti is his individual ft(.t or w,j,., ju. w,j lmvo to answer to tj,e )ii0VtK The paper characterises the i . ,.,v r,.31,mmou8 for it is oquivalcnt to spying that he docs not consider them intelligent enough to attend to their own affairs, ami he takes it upon himself to act as their guardian. Tlie Adair people are for the road and Lf it is defeated Mr. Ci!ey will pay the penalty for securing that end. As the bill has already passed both Houses the only hIiow now is to induce the governor to veto it. Two corn thieves, who were perfectly willing to take :50 days in jail each and call it square, were promptly acquitted by a jiny here this week. The jury, however, didn't know of the proposition, or it might have returned the Scotch verdict, "Guilty, but not proven." m m It is i I J to-da- y i the letter Day Saints, except the actual church property, should esc heat nnd pass into other hands. This leaves the Mormons with a capital of something like $:0,000. Tho chances are that they will pull up stakes and move into Mexico, where they cio things dillerently. The large organ forTalmage'schurch Is Receiving His It contains more is nearly completed. large stops than any other organ in the country, if not the world, there being 11 stops of 10 feet and H2 of S feet. The en- Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. tire number of btops is 110, of which (Hi nre pipe Mops running through the en tire scale; the rest are couplers, pneumatic combinations, tremulants and pedal movements. The total number of pipes and the cost over :X),(K)0. are The Southern Methodist Geneial 1 have secured one of the windows and a portion of Stagg & Conference has elected Ilev. Dr. Atticus store and will be ready at all times to repair Watches, Clocks Haygood, who has been President of and Jewelry. With about 15 years' experience, 9 of which I have Kmory College, Georgia, and has done among had in Stanford, I think I am sufficiently versed in that line to offer much for the cause of education my services to do the finest of work. A share of your patronage is the Southern people, as one of the My stock ol Jewelry will arrive within the next His book, "Our Brother in respectfully asked. week, when I cordially invite an examination of it. Black,' has attained wide reputation. Dr. O. P. Fitgerald, the other new bishop, is also a distinguished writer and as editor of the Christian Advocate, ho has seen the circulation of that periodical more than quadrupled in 10 years. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. TO THE PUBLIC. Mc-Rober- ts' new-bishop- ROBT. FEKTZEI.. - ' H. Bionaugh Bold to A. T. hogs, to be delivered 150 slop-fefrom the 1st to the 10th of June, at Z cents. They will average about 250 pounds. 11. Nun-nelle- y d Having secured the services of e EB. THOS. DAkTON fully I OF CHICAGO, am now prepared to do thegen-ninetie- SEW ADVERTISEMENTS Harvesting Machines For Sals. lornale t Koiter k waichuuie onr Wood Hinder, one lliwl.eye Mower and two May NaU- -, new. une ei inv imikcj ii iall (.omparati I ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK AND hae 1 Mack without shocking I j, T will sell them all low J rOSTTR, Stanford FIITE ZEIrG-:Et.A- . VI2STQ- - I All work warranted and promptly done. ICB,-IC, B. - A. R. a CI.AUS. -- PENNY. Commencing Mcnday, May io. e lll run a rB- KL. wai;on aui deliver ICK at the houe of deMW " NoMfy e.P i,y.'Khl,w if ""wW URKMER BY RECENT PURCHASES OUR STOCK OF ready-mixe- d o COMMISSION ER'S Nu hols ,V SALE. llrst-cla- S II. Arnold, Deft. Sale 111 Equity. ilywrtue ufa judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered m the above Jtjltd ..tie at Ita Murcli term, t8v, I will on Sihcpurd. 1'llf., Lincoln Circuit Court. Monday, June 9th, 1890, court home, m Unford, Ky., fell to ,ne hijjheit blililer at public ouury the following described property towit, or to much thereof as to pay plaintiff debt lie Lut,.,,,, cent, merest thereon from of $i,aao 10 Mav.tih 1B8;, until junc 0, i9o, unu jjo proDaoie cotttoi action, amounting toatiout this Hirst, a tract 01 i.anii, situated in Lincoln Uo, ... .rrr.k J V Oil IIIC.4ltl..l .HIIIVICK,.I1U SUJUIIIIIIJ, helandof W. G Kenoliis, Lubanks, iVi., and contains 138 Acre moreor less. Se, onda Tract of Land containing 1, Acre., Jtood and iSl'ole. but reserving a road one rood it n'cloclw J. in ,or therraliout, being th firit uUv of tho June term 01 tnv Lincoln (.ounly Lour , At 11 - lfore the GINGHAM0, OUTING FLANNELS, mill-da- m """ r iy .., 1 gToSni'rtnSrSi'j ''lien-sa- Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, &c, Is more complete than any tinij this season. ys ele,',al3Bcdou;ty,2ndnsu,ie.WaU" .Said sale will le made on a credit of m, twtlve months, llonds required ol the pur- Wlln approved personal security ami bearing interest at the rate of 6 percent, per an. nunl fTom date until paid, with a lien upon the lanl until all of the purchase money is paid and luvmih. force and effect of ajUr f F,,h,n,J ;,,., ' Master Com'r Lincoln Clrc uitCenrt. SEVERANCE & SON. '. iiss'.!' to ( Vat Ark., mvs' "Wa down with absc. u(luii A kiss is dctined as the anatomical Ike Murphy, who rode Ed Corrignn's nnd friends and physician, ptoaounced ne an in i( f ur rrm and kiiihtu and a plctiltd new I h nnly Ihroimli ,n in a kton well watered .. id in J Kiuc' Beaa takia; Shrete Iludding horse, Itiley, to victory in the great juxtaposition of two obiculans oris mus- - curable consumptiveCun.uasplion aad Ir. bow on ham: is immaduitely. Per Uu. ed HoMonattm can Mis. .Shntrj. r l.a , inaktna ilirr. t t be gives, particular,, srv New Ditcotcry for am r wiihuui nmuibii, tranafrr l..r I.il! I ,, Hailay, Stanford, r write in. niideiiiid at, Au.lir. San say third bottl and able to oversee the work on Derby at Louisville recently, is an ex- - cles in a state of contnution. Am mus, H nJ poim. u WI rifl.KS. my farm It is thf tin est nsediriaw oer atads " Ciminaali, tlhio Mr. Joe li. Barry, agent at Now jesaa Midillnvart, Deiatur, Ohio. sas "Had HtAK MAIIIMUN ceptional jockey one whose habits don't' JAS. G. GIVENb TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFOnNIA. New it not been ' hiirmojiize with his profession. He is '27 Haven, and Mi-- s Allie L. Bash, of the Cou.unptioa(orI Dr. King died of Din users lr would have luatf trouble. untv .1 J Was Kia up bs doctors An new in best f THE COHIdERCML HOTEL ml tie thriu(h r ties tnrreit old, never bet on a horse in his life, same town, were man ied Tuesday. GIYESS finjii n. all on t luh.n. w. t K A health ' Try . . " sr pi nrrts r II l f K .". ... .. girl of Paducah, about 17 I'eany drut aitore Sample bottles tree at II never sworo an oath and never told ai t IMI Ss, Manner ) A white REAL ESTATE. ,'"" A ' 'niMiiiiv ' Ji"" '"il l ( li.k' K lie. He attributes bis morality to the years of age, and belonging to a nspecta-maternIt i. I lW - Kontucky. D . n r , rrwiu. - In the house of a shoplifter apwrohotid-e- d Harrotlsburg, li iulluence of Mrs. Reynolds, bio family, eloped with and marriinl a ( HI' til II in Philadelphia th otlutr day (hern I lhi popular Kiel hate lalen charr Tevtn Lots, Cml, lr .n and i'iibr LanUbiuht upon whoso hluegrass farm he was rear- negro named tieorge Scott. a Arst cla wert fountl 1(1" jtackages of cotl'ee, US aad lUlend to run it in papetost nUm inner in eser or sold on Cumnrntion, A Fulton. Mo., woman has been ed. What he doesn't know about horspatitml Iron inspect III. heme oolirited basag ip to bo es isn't worth knowing. His income taken to the asylum because she imag- dress patterns, 10 bonnets, innumentblc t vcrvlbiuctout, the rWtilna;it plaasantrenui at.il and aWnv W make and miiTi f for able ranges from $10,000 to $1."j,000 per an- ines she is an aiik'i'l. If all the men hats, fine shawls, lacod, pocket-lMoktttaat.. Thetahhi ahall actrle .uin t el by hotels iuthi. taction J K tlWI.NS kin gloves, cuitains, who think women angels had to be a,,lrt ol num. "IIU'MUKAss UtJl'TJfl MT. VERNON, KY. up iu asylums for it, those insti-- ('Ih n,ul ot,1L'r nrtlriw worth 58,000. ThoShortdnt nnd Qulolcost rtouto from It may be an hallucination, but i be totel'is still maintain This old and tutions would have to bo multiplied and do not Sutter any Longer uunu-iKoniucicy to nllpolntu Nort! ing its fine reputation. Charses reasonable. Spe- lieve that many good, men R. B. Knowing that a iough can be checked ia a da) increased by the thousands. Knnt, West nnd t cial attention to the traveling public. ' Fast are driven to deeds of criminality by and the first l;i;e, of consumption broken in a i.uiu uoiwoon i.oxincton nnd Ctncln. aUCChSSOR TO TheCircUltCOlirtof Williamson COUII-jAl. I NEWCOMIS, Prop., we hereby Kuaranlee Dr rAier's Knjli.h home inscrutable agency. Take for in- tmtl. y u Mt Vernon, Ky, """ Ljkt It aw wbo Keav, 31 11.ts.11 reiunu the atone nori tthil c iii.t.. r jnJ iu ' Tenn., has decided that bur T.,,l...l u,....v.u Ih,. ,.,,.. ,r iA.,ioiltl A.iuit. It liu M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, MCHKDfl.i: IN IJHKC1 NOV 17. A K. PenK. J. Bennett has been damaged to the our statement corret t. lorii.leb) .... ...iiiu i,iwi; .ui . . , OLDny, Druggist. ixmi.li niu aiijiuiiui uuuu jiiiiKU utii in No 1. "No 611 ilTII AVENUE. S. F. extent of ji'O.OOO by fatheiin-laSouth Hound. or rs s WEffllERFQRD RQTEL. Cilifomii,Hon.that of Charley Kiucaid,- Glass, who is charged with having alien-n- t Confirm ourOur Veryw Boat Pooplo llr AilI'v Sua Daily LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY who shot V. l. Taulbee. Doubtwl- tin ....- - .. nH'iwtinn nf I114 ilnni'liti-frnm cr's Knaii.h statementis hen we tas that . I.ve Cincinnati . , o a m I to p in ....- ..w . . . n Remedy etery way superior to i itus'icm II.I.E. K.. less .vigioanu Kincai.i notli l.atl a hor- - ,lt,r hugban(i, causing a separation. I.ve Covin sums 45 P r ail am 8 of pi m oS p m aa) andall other preparation for the ihnmt and The Nobbiest & Most Stylish l.te r'aUaoulh. whoiiiig cougliand critup, it ia asagtc 9 IJ W luni. In P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. ror for letting blood. I know Kincaid Atr 1'arts Kev Jo1 Vrkiif a Methotlist clergy- - and rclMtcs at once We offer you a sample Ihk it io a rs ia sj p in J so p r Stock ol . Arr I.lvinetoa. u t p as in 15 p m p niiu, una 11 ne nan oeeu 10m v an ora- man, aged SO years, ami Mrs. Cynthia th' iree Remeralier this reinedy is sold on a po. Having leased the al.ute hotel.'tefitted and Hit t guarantee, at A R l'en)'s. I.ve I'aris ii so j m M I' r I am the pub- cle that he was destined to take a hu- Wood, aged St years, were married rer Arr 'iViachaster. If 05 p Ti p lic in sisle Rates reasonuhle Good man life, he would have cried out, "ImArr Iltchrnostd ' I" I' " ThoFlrfltSymptomafor Death. 'J' pa m mi cently in Montreal. Thoy weio lovers I.isery and Sample'R im itcirhd Arr Lancaster.. Tired ftreling.dull headaihe. pain, ia tarmus UU m; possible, it cannot be!" Numberless in childhood ninf would have been mai-riAtt StaafowL a ti parts nf the body, sinking at the pit of the times he shunned his antagonist, hop- ach loss of aptelitri, feterishnes, psasplos tr sorn. r.ter iirnuKntto tne .ii) 01 l.onitil'ic, now open I.ve Ru.ha.ond .. U (0 years ago, but their parents pre- are all poailive idetice of uoiwiied b ood. No inthidinn the Arr ll.ica ft Arr l.ivingloa HOUSE, ig tnai nine ami avoidance would paci-l- vented the match. Love lingers a long matter how it bttcnme poisoned it mutt bf purified lo avoid deuth Dr Acker". liutrli.h lllood rlisir KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS matters. Jbit it was not to be, and as Willie IU tlie llUinail Heart. ha. never failed to umotc .trofulous or .rphililu F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, North lloaad. Na. No. 1. the sequel shows, he was, it seems, ,l A K Andalsomj own importation nf Knlish Hats Miss Stella AiImiii, of M.uliaon, Ind., JKl?,. Sold una" po,,,,,e - - - Kentucky. hounded to the I London, An elegant Ihm ot Canes and I.yon's i.ve I.ivingatoa mnn in and (yips lias just married .Mr. Lotus r. luvaml, of mi tt a at Kinc I.ve llerea Kastern Kentucky, an upright, christian Louisville. Tliey became acquainted Down iu Texas a tramp was arrested Cotthrated t'mhrella lwas no haad I have moved to my new Hoteland am Arr Rschmoml.. .. ii 41 a m iu prepared tlmu eter to ic ommod,iti the public e foi taking improper liberties with a . .. (Sood Lit cry attached and eter) con sonicncc de- trentleinan, who seems to be the victim a most romantic wav. 1 fin an SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS. I.ve fu-f- ti Miss Molla throw 7 45 sired. One me a call. nf !!!. i.vil 3nnira rif fmin I'.nd 11. litu (.int. girl, but instead of taking him to jail t. . i ' bottle into thi! Ohio river into uliit-" "" v so 03 a at A" i!" mom FRANK RII.FV. .ia lilkllt 77 C.lotes andothei rurs, a specialty Orders outwas killed several years ago by a neidi- I.ve Richiaiuid. IO li m 10 a alie ,iad mkL.j n tundr HtUe inibsivo to he was turned over to the uhild's rela- ...i..r . .,.1., .i.ul r.ri .;.i.,i., rir Wuicheaier. is. tie 7 lj a ia bor after a dispute over some land, and thB Hnder. Louis caught the bottle 17 tives, who hit him !00 lushes on his ired Don't lad tiionl.r a NiiHIIV HA in . 3i Arr I'aris ; 40 p m 4t a tn "this neighbor," as he said to me, "wants ,Vs iu.r W1L, , i.nmetliatelv wrote naked Imck and turned him loose. I.ve Lriiuslun j r 7 a m 1 il I' r , p l.te Tans .... a in I to renew the trouble. There wasn't a whole piece of hide uu n He has thrown ' ... .i.,, n,I.Ir..ss .riven, a rmn.si.rni.la. t.v raimwiun. 4 14 m u It a in 5 a' p tr BILLIONS SWITCH, KY. .,.. . himself iu my path on various occasions, followed, then an acquaintance ripened him w,,u" th ot ruHKli r.t. vi.i.nun, J 40 p III id , a m 'i p rn Arr Cincinnati 4 w 11111104c Dealer I- na hi r pm seemingly lor u.e exprass purpose ol loo Biullow into Dr Acker') BngMnh Pills in thetlayseill. Hrjiuri, N 9. leaves I'jris Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, yaps insulting me. I avoid him for the saku .V M It t al Are acute, effective ami puis) For svek head S ' ts. lr, . M.y.eileatioas. " ," , ' ,", p'a,ar,iti)B ,'i . "sc.rdred'toiuaUi. of appetite, bad Queens-of my wife and my family, but" coutin-- ! N (ieorge Hanctoft, who was Secretary" lonsplaaion and bdioiisiif.., they Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, hava navar lnen . ', '"s7 ,,.VIK are, 1 in ware, Furniture and a "- Philadelphia 7 a"'a ued ho in a tinner tone, "I fear I will of tiie Navy under President Polk, is tint equaled ithr ,n Amemaor abroad. PmhIs. by j M at I o ail A ? 1,By Ur"KM Baltimore, Now York, General Line Crocorics, have to hurt him." Society should ban-- ! oldest 'J- P 1 " train, are 5"!I" "'''"i otlicer. both in ago daily ett.pt Sunday Ml put nt- - ltst and S ntlicttt I'.ipcy Candle, Crms lie, K.c. No 41 leataa I.esmglun n die tenderly the acts, or the crimes, if nud date of service, now living Cough That Torrlble Only one IHLThl out Iroin l.cx Milton, 10 41 am eacant Suntlat hi, irnte l'ai.s Alt kind of I'rudutt' taken in exthinge for oods. riieSlinremo Court has derided that I" ." morning, hurried or dirlnuit brt.iihiu they deserve the name of such mnn, but Corrected Tun Card in Kf1et.t au la, i8.,o. 1'ostothi.e, I.iwngston, K) ' raising pbleittn, UKhtnea ia ionm'!!.?en.,,n,?",,i ? ' '"" rrnna 1'Klnioulh . tliiiikeaud t , 7 a btate canuntentorco a law to pruvont pulse, chilliness m the t voin or swam at niubt it doesn't alwavs do it. IlsilT" Fa.tla Cinni 1,00 .". 7 'rums linun STATIONS meat that is killed in another from being Ve. Dail) Daily nail 7 5,5 am, cti.rpl mhi.Ijv DrlTcferTKah urt.XJ' 11 ..... . ,. .., 1.,;.,;.... 1, ; ............ .... U11U 71I11L' it . , l.spres K Sun Kx S.,n it , tn esn IrainN.MiM -- No j rurp. tlto lilli;il Itll and is aold l.rxus for sale in it. The tlecision was day ill mn- th ayiapto "Xiwm. No I .1....... .1... .i.- 7- ir.. r . i . ... K. 1'enn by I.ve Stanford 'J I'Ctwi-eU.IUTC ..rMIlt " mttuuiui, itviis j iuuiui IVIIIIIL 1u11m11.11. . li li 10 n i 17 am ia j, .. w. ""IV'rf"- iinginu (.land Hop on SuaMii opens Juno It nh ..u snake vt), urugKisc. viisi- ui .'iiiiiiussjilt 6 " l.emngiot. iuu 40 i 'in; .Stss a and 6 5 3jIH Friday eu, June to. Dame cillcd at i'30 sharp. soniiettit ,. a' WiiKhct,, nj, i.uttttiiin,:. tuutt tiiuiu tll7lllltinili.lv A ' Winchester 7 u i'w.ij j im I 40 pm I'irptMiitionthc . .... ami is in the line of t he "origi-- 1 N y KclilC(id rates for board and onagri, till Jul) 1st " K. U. JunctKm. , by his countrvmen than nuv' ill niour i tuny 01 iu per cent, is Kept on ryu Honored ' ..1..A iiiijiioinn iiiL'iiitii Mt. hUrlmi; itr.itiinikn , mates ran ioaud rnot t.t it. JS pm 7 loptii I 3 Pi in,,,:, farmer's tarilf As the toUil ini- - " .Mnrebead ...... ...'. so pw 41 pin 9 allpHi l'er Week ..$..., livim Kciitiiukian. Thov havMmt ,liim HUM oroauur " " , ,. , , . , ... iinttIlI.,a Olive Hill lto Mills. It in no way con-- i noi,fi oflri. . Day ,. i. aw wtii.n.c.3 ' j : .,. !. i, I.. ... .. ;1 If, IllilV IVIMIO, Ashland. J"'llllll al 31 p ""sf IMited States gove.nn.ent " Ctt'eitsbiirc. . .. 10 30 pm 3.J3 r M.lRent, rhroughttcVetsand bagpage chocked to any " ' """ 10 ti ." ",B on which the governor, named a county for him, per week I'm CotUe ' HuiiiIrk'o1 hy radroad. ii ot pat 6 f j pm to colleded $1.00, the fa. more,,,, leidHy d3"?,i.?" ... Month I .. ' towed his appellation on one of soe I.ve lltintiiigloli le yi am Horses fed Wrt'k 3 place any restriction upon commerce be- - how . HALO.., am Charleston It. is flMfttwt linlGlsU .ill Bl t.lil llj S. F. II. MOUSE. !'. A SPOON uiuali "piotection" is coining thro' Arr Cliftuu orge. ........ ,,...... l,M.t...l lnco1 t,le vftr.OUh StatwJ .1 .lA.ltsllIU Ulll, I. I rav.l.01r ' 7 J a lwc-- A?t p,,,.. MollK 3f ? ' Lvnchburg 11 43 am Ky. tho ryu. tiurinantown independent. ut iiuur wuii ins iiatuo, ami recently Cincinnati. O ' -- Miutlay afternoon I'alph Adams, A. t.r . .... '"'"Eton, " Cnatlotlestille 10 jo am pushed him for the United states Senate. ' .CIsRinna,, " Waihingtcn pm t 35 II. K IIUM.(,ox,ii,r, MaiuL-rr- . Saya the Southern Modloal World: J. Willard, John and (.ieorge Ueoves, " Baltimore It tliio ian'l ff.i.i.. ...1. mt Its, f . ...... i sa P"' .. ..i.a .ni. tititic, it tins mills?. ClKN'Itlt klother's Frieni!" iroviiijr Hi tutor Ihr'ouch. in IMiiladelphia. lo i) pm four of the most desiwraUt mnn in .i Chamber of rnimuMft liuilduirCin. nn "1" out the South and is huhl rsn.on.Biei,ded by ply. " New Vork 9 o pm ,ti, O ' der u 'Was tho world ovor so xtnivagnut penitentiary, made an attempt to escape, ,f"" w."- Richmond, Vt to thost. j 40 pm uho mow they mu.i Oldl'nlnlComlert thmi.nh the nrdtral of ivery, (Feed and Saic Stable is now'.'" askod an old, but weiu frustrated by the guards. The cimd inr h. Wriic n.j ihei i Kec Co , Atluuta, twu Norfolk i'ld liv all druggists l' ' far UllKedllCtiVU Citiaeu Of IllU llltlllv. "Vtw Lit!. in s.M.nriii,r t In. ev. rj limn fciit. ut. is. ...at v i.v.w.i''.. it wiiiivhw 'I Ituvmg l.exiaglon .tt n 40 I suppose so, said I. "Woll, 1 don't of one of the guards by knocking him DRUNKENNESS-TH- E aiul 5 LIQUOR 1IA13 p m rains except Sunday c nnect am Wmc'ies o daily, at C A 1'DFflt In know when," he went on. "(ettin-- ; down. Afteiward, they eot into the nil the World thero ia but ono t.r for Richmond, Ky and points on the K C R l euro, Dr. Hnluen Qoldon Spoolllc. N ifs got is tho chapel and refused to bin render unless a It I.imitril Ve.libule Ka from Now York, i'hiladel can bf (jivi'ii Kast, at ' 'nue "oua,,as witli this younger ge ner- - promise was uunie that they should not the knowledge of in tt cup ol tea or lollec aithuuta iihui, isliiiigioiiuiidinall poiHt.Stanford arrive,p m. 'pRni crA'cllPrDDpfilJ ihu person lakinifit, efTeciing PAP Lexington 9144711 daily n 57 ...... vmi III ltV coders be whipped. They changed their song, sptedy and purinaneni cure, wheilicr the patient Kast null from Kichinoud, V , nud all points is a moderate drinker or mi alcoholic vrrucL. oatt, i, V. V, and all local stntious arof the old bucks the heads of the fnini- - however, and gavo up unconditionally 1'noiinands of diunLatds hate been cured who I.oxinslon at u 40 noon daily uxcept y have taken the t, olden Specific in tlicir coffee rives Staniord 11 1; p in OR MONTHLY BICKSjcss , W. H. JACKSON & CO., If TRrttN OUHlrlR CHA.HQt D. Ult lies, but point me out a half dozen young when nil order was issued by U'ardon without their .md believe they Accommodation from Olivellill andinlerin'tdfate PRO'RS. SUTFtRmBVUiLLBE WDlDtfl men iu tho circle of your acquaintance- - j Itolau to fire on them. bmt of own freewill. GKLK TJKHGER They wero then elPcctdrinking from its administration. No harmful points, Uichinond, Ky., and points on the K. C. LONDON, KV, Cures guiir. Ky arrivpsat Lexington 810, am, daily, ex. jBook TO"WOMAN'anv ship, who are laying by every month n bucked, gagged, whipped ami 'looked in anteed. Semi for circular and full particulars. Ad. rent Sunday St inford ya p tn. Good turnouts and saddle horses always I... BRADFIELD RZGUIATOH CO. ATLANTA GA. dress in confidence Cc Co., nis lie ur tickets read read tiaN, N few hard dollars for a rainy day? They''ru ' solitary confinement. M. V. Haci Street. Cincinnati. O MuarMiwufBiTi. Co. I. I). I in the mountain el in lunotht ioi-y- 327 Fifth St., I not doing it. They are putting it on DEATHS' DOINGS. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., giving it to corporations and their backs, -- Mrs. Oscar uiltnaii. aged 7S; Frank Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters. ) liverymen, squandering it at pleasure ie- Conway, 3S, and Mrs. Klbabeth (Juinn, J sorts, balls, billiard tables, TAMOKD, KY. .... ' Publlshod Every TuoBday and Friday CIV ili.,l il,iu .,..L. .'i. ..se scat? v,4T ilit M,.,i;r. .''lllCVIIft t,.u tilL ami saloons. I tell vou its alarming mwwv4 bihi Wells drilled to order and Pumnt Iiirntihnd at AT Wtr:"""' Climax. not a cent going or to -- .1 'Squire I.arkin K. Wells tells us of taciory price. 3 vow read poetry Impossible! Those dry, sticking for use into savings banksOur .iafter a while. NEAV the death of Mr. James Thompson, who 11. ( A WOOD rVhen not o pid $2.60 iit be charged.- pr0sy featured fellows, whose brains are young men are too prodigal, too prodi- had passed the four score mile nost on J J U.l.KN tru k ti fltutled with such stubby, knotty things gal' They don't think of the future .1... : .ii.,.. tIll' H iKIlDVtU IIS A: ATWOOD, nil.- jUIIIIIUV Ul MIC. LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI as statutes, tines recognizances, tenures, when they'll be called upon to build "Sickly Jim" because he suH'eied witli K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. deeds, voucher, reversions, A:c, can homesteads and raise families, or, I be- the phthisic all his long life, though RGEL Dily, Se nres to Travelers, HGESTS. Train IcatM KowUnd at ;ooa in, returning siliolv have 110 taste for rhyme, SOllti- lieve thev'd he more saving of their saladropsy finally cnned his death. City, Tonn. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE S'OP"1 nietit mill ininiT.rv' Yet thne.it v!in ries." Judge J. I. Mourniut!. who lived i A Character Did he possess any bail miles think so greatly err. With the excepKer attemt ted Ixtwern the creat commrrcul tmit of town, while at work in his L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. citieinn the Ohio Riser and Chicago, and hence tion of the lover, the serenader, the traits have any glaring faults? Me orchard fell dead about 10 o'clock Wedthe fastest time and most cnmfortahle trains beMail train going North his nesday t Hir for tale pritatrlt m at college and loved not liquor; his West !""..t t6pm couunencement-day-ma' " " ,in In wii as the tween all points in the South, or to thetram on and South morninc. Mr. Mourning was a this Lewi. I.iin.fjrtl the Sl.uif.nl ami Northwest. Kxpress train " South J9 p m the editor of a country paper in springfather and his brother bad imbibed too prominent eitixen of the county havim: I ld nuHr pikr, and p,a e. ue.railj .. Di Rier, trunk lines is The .unirriiaiirf Limited Kipress.'l denominated he . 3J?am iiinriiii n. ' North. I he url rnllmi; slosL. we eiapni) wives luiuas ...6 .10 a m time, none feeds his imagination with deeply of the cup and their fate warned Loial freight North. been county surveyor for several years ci.ntaiumg, 1IU Acroalandlti in well impn.iwl.( ha Unlimited I'.nil irt i a tine .tale SJSpm an' the South Say Mm m, get Monon and stu k to M.wn, il siren of and county judge one term. Columbia , more poetry than the lawyer. In fact him to shun the Call on nr adiln . nit ji (illicit. The latter trains aWo carry K yii want tn mic money and hate a pleasant s 1. WII HFKS. Therefore he knew not spectatoi. n t The above iscalculated on standard time Solar poetry seems to be as essential to the conviviality. !' infirrnati n. lime time if ahotit ao minutes faster Did he i,, I, . i i,ls ni u'ood lawyer's make up as a stylish bon- even the taste of any intoxicant. Dr. L. K. Yates writes that hls.ster, I'tt , all n nr i Mrrs net to a woman's a thing of beauty and game? io! His uncle had persuod the Mrs. Heuiietta Crowley, died at Indian' '' . ,V,.,l.,:l,Vl'" die, Kt. , KKV t, I h.. .... Ill KOGUE edded n' u hnrMn MISS a joy forever, so to speak. Hlackstone gambler's careei and gone down to pov- apolis, on tho Ith. aged H M KOIII i'r Ris ,ki .vf4f0r o. Many of my hatethis linn hi cir, U igonsnd set nnd to luery biimt, mAinz m liile to erty and wretchedness in the slums of our citizens will remember this excellent none m re cleciion t the oth.e of Su- himself wrote poetry and gained a reputurn iu on limit Is a Candidate irt SchooK. Klettion first tation as a versifcr before he did as a a great city. He therefore handled no nmire nml leeding l the dn, Meek or months perintendent f .Slorulat in Viuiist next o J IMfltMOND. lady and while regretting her sad death, pctalt) Inn. turn Citi. Kj " civilian. Francis Ricon had so much cauls, not even in the domestic circle will be condoled to know that sh" really He was never poetry in him that he has always been with the most pious. W. IK. ed her condition nnd was fully ptepurcd I accused of writing for Hilly Shakespeare seen with a cigar between his lips, and to enjoy a blissful immoitabtv. Lincoln county in the Is n Candidate to represent his inimitable plays. Walter Scott was thejuice of tobacco had left no stain up Constitutional Contention a lawyer, but lounging around his fa- on his ivory teeth or polutiou upon bis IIuiHiK. Dr Kmuaiid rejiorts Mis ther's ollice, he let poetry get the upper- - pure breath. No oaths or samples of Fannie Uilviti to be impioviug slowly In the lorpoiatr unit, it Rowland R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. hand of him, and lost all his ardor for profanity had ever been heard to escape from a severe attack of pneumonia. Miss H flllli lAKs, Knulnd : r-mm the bar. William Pitt, Karl of Chatham, his lips. He was no gossiper or lounger Hnth Oariirmi, of Danville, ami Kdward DENTIST. and one of the greatest of l'nulish law- and spout no wearisome nights out upon Hays, of Harmdsbun;. were married at ' HARRY A. EVANs, Office on Main street, opposite I'ortman House, Uuicaster Tuesday, and on their icttiin ' Nitrous Oxide Ons giten for painless yers and orators, could lepeat page after the streets, sitting at the corners or upstairs ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, extracting the surroundings of hotels and the same evening stopped for the splenAwtMiyin pnjre of Milton, Spencer, Shakespeare STANFORD. KKNTt'CKY. SIAMOKM, K and Pope, and it is s.tid once in the saloons. And yet ho was no model man. did supper prepared for them by their House of Commons, that, with a line He had his curse woman. Woman friend. Mrs. Soonumore, after which Engineerinff and Surveying in DR. V. B. from Virgil, he actuallv hacked and was his rotary planet the star of his they left for his homo to spend the. all branches. drove from the forum n hostile orator llrinaincnt, uuder whose fascinating, yet night. A. C. Carman has sold his old Mali dim i ntit, II in I tnim, I io who attempted to speak against him. fatul influence he wnndeied leganlless wheat to Stanford mill for SO wnts pot for Office South side Main treet, in otlue recently William, his son, was a boy after his of every consequence and utterly sense-- 1 bushel. Henry I'.hII ntised W) bushels St Mk hig.n Hwnt., ouis, vacated by, Dr. L K Huffman Stanford, Ky Chuak--. Thia nntiLC IMroi, CleteLnd Ji daddy's own heart, and was brought up less to every other charm. A tress of of homo seed on 2 acres of. Intul nnd .nl,l Olhert not to forewin- n- n net I. nshcriapM and U" without hi linlun.prJi. and the tlen. on a stool under the old man's eye and hair, a pair of killing eyes and a dimpled it foi ? .s7i kt bushel. Haney ; Al- KHsaion, a all u h i.l 'r (ir., uirj t the tsalt Canada Ntw fn.Ui j est extern of the law made memorie passages of poetry everv face were his idols, while a feminine len have completed (i. 1'. Bnubt's house I) V. Ilol Mis New Vorlc, i IktINtOll, T I.OOAX, day for a business and Sunday for a voice, the whir of a fan, or the rustlo of and it is a job that will do them much PIIII HlRT RICH RI l'SH ADAMS W.hint.n lUltimnit ft, , , ' II W (.AIMs It M. KINNHV. my oflTn e t my residence, oppo hate remote Hjrrodtli Mis SAMIOKIMHWIN rranhli.n ,, Kv I'HS (. l. NN. ".in tin imi m IKi.lN'IA i, Sh, site Female Lullcee where I will bo found at all rarity. Uurke, the rival of the elder a dress orskiit was music to him far credit in this locality. Ri. .i.l. Mr Al ICI' IUKIK JOS HM.I.OL'. llUt.H RKID 4 times. l'itt, before he became known as a gi cat more entrancing than the sweetest V"i ket line TMOb t K M.I. Bucklcn's Arnica Salve orator, had read every poet from Homer1 strains of Wamier. Truly might Tom m. a t hVlliWA'' 1 he hen salt e X for A. S. down to Colly Gibber. "He can speak Moore's couplet have been applied to ores, ulcrs. salt in the world sores.cuts, bruises,d rhnim, fever USier, chap-lhand,, chilblains, corns and all skik erup Solid Irain. baKaf, cars, siaoS ,i,e , ,t, , moru noetrv than I ever saw written." bim, Sl'Kt.EON DEN lis! t P,,"velv cures piles, or no pay rvqtur ' "Ills only books ere woman's looks s.nWI, hr wi' est. It is guaranteed to irivc ir(ct .altafaclior, Lot on Main Street in Staniord out . hes, I llman H. idoiro., HirnsinK'ian ,,;iMr, Oiike on Main trect, oer W II. Mt Roberts' said Loul Byronof John I'liilpot Cnrnin, h.nn. la Chatun And folly all they tuujht him " Drug Store, Stanferd or nsoney relunded I'ncp aj csats par be. s onaec lions r Kn. s a lawyer ami an orator "?, mk,nt whose ability as laulr (.oaiitiniBii vide, Ahetilh, l.rachbuqi and points in And so he ran his course, sacrificing Kor al y A K I'ennv, Untord, K). iLt.. r some think even surpassed Burke's. friends,' honor, wealth; rectivius In reCRESS, W. 51 Eupepsy. Acres of Lnnd, Alexander H. Stiphens kuew Burns al-- i turn now and then a little bliss, but in his is tact you you nujhi to in Cr.l' Orihanl iLe most by heart, as some of his speeches the end the bitterness of wormwood and mist bare what tullt enjoy lift. hoe, 1 i.ousands are it in At Chattanooga f.r Ailaaia, Columl.,,., W .,, . u tney Chariedun clearly prove. Aaron Burr knew "Ham-- ! flu. flitilliitinti nf inll iwninino :iaiiv nr. wanhinj for I it daily and mourmnt; Int. of dollars Also Some Nice Chairs-A.i.-t- . find it Rot. hossand upon thousand Hr 2 Rockers loo,in.w.rk, Lake Ln I h Mt n, a.id I l.,., iltl ' 'e Barbourville, Ky., are spent annually by onr icople let" and ''Macbeth'' a great deal better; lle Im.ri(liiU of ,ifu WM ro,cllu,,. the hope that DA pmiita they this bcn Andtet it If the rent. Iheoals ne runiiinw s wit) Has for sale ome ol the choue properly in the than he did his Bible. lr Davis got 1,.. ......., :, ,i... t.... hud bymas attain guaranter that Itieitrst. maybe further tanil not M'D t ,iW ' rr K, C Kor Pullman Jell' t Hi iter.. all. W'c ...i inf.irmat m l nr r l boomiiis cit) of Harbours ille. 4 Car. if used aiiorslinn t directions ana the n.r per t n. Stunt .rd I WALTON tille wubtnit ihjrit. if j 7 If tollcitod. a , f""C.l.'.Of,.lli3.O.I?.,1"0",:e .fr?IM Py.r0"'! of thousands. Oh. whv did not Heaven si.ted its, will brinjc you (ood dipe.li w and ..u.i er or hwau install imiead Kuptf.t Selma sad ltnal( imrr, l "onuue narroni, ot wmcu ne ueeiareu show poor fragile tlesh a load beset with the demon dyspcpMO andHitters for illr (ir G GIVENS. JAS. W.M.AVRKS W'e cnmmmHJ KWstrsc dt.npsia mid rloreoie Memphi.and ARKANSAS 'vi 1. he was passionately fond, and it is said fewer thorns. all diseases of the lirer. nonsuch anil kidiie It. L. I). Shotl.! t jnti quHkesllu i,matuei S, m Sold at joe aad Ji per NHtle at A R feus) Ittres-bile t ir.Net tsaas ataoe ai M t that the lateSenator Beck eoultl repeat & GIVENS, .May 17th. 'W. leire to .ell mi farm 01 iiuu- in a. re. ilu I S witl.o,, arurf More. Scott's "Lady of the Like" Hue for lino. al'd atmiit . nkt aorth of tijntord in the I Ion. ton, Ausiin, mlSn. trati.f.r for Attorneys nt Law, Hush Rraach pile, apposite the old chun h There Is Consumption Curnblo ? MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Yes, lawyers read poetry. Kmd he follow Mr. C. It Morris. Newark are ahout 30 a re In whsai an1 ryp, the balance Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal nnn - .v FACTS, FADS AND FANCIES. For the Interior Journal Stepping into a lawyer's otllce in Stan- ford not long since, I saw lying on the table a superb edition of Ityron. Almost 'intuitivelv I asked myself, "Do lawyers 1 ) card-partie- s a. (7sa CI I . ... - m ni. (A 1 FAST MAIL - ALLEN 1 4 ESWTE -' Johnson Farm I iii-n- n IFor 1 i Sal. n grand-fathe- r, . 1 1 1 ruby-lippe- d lfl I iitt-rn- Cr-k- Livory Stable. 1 . rr i ! KATE - I K . 1 f- -r MILLER Tor Sale I Twenty Htiildiu I.ots ! VfStMi 9S(jliO mwwAij JVaVWnV'afX mriqwivpisssm , , n- MlFlMsCRfCfFlif ' i: PENNY, Dentist. p-- r POSTED. I - i I i , r REMOVED! 1 1 w n', . Nik-nr- 1 I A ,., r. PRICE, FOB, 9 -2 - , sale: 1 1 s. f d"l . n R. EEAL ESTATE.AGENT, c 1, 1 I ',,,,. 111 n. s. , , 1,1 11 'I 11 ft-u- K 1 AYRES Farm For Salo. if-- ,1 , I 1 . 1 - - Louisville, Ky. I in of the farm well (..xJ dterlling TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. , Jp p, k - 5 MRIIION. Currc-pondii- yi-ai'- s I Ab-rn-t 1 a. 1 a a,. . . Pincvillc, Kentucky. "-- J al C I I .V I I 1 NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. s, Kentucky Central R.R. ' d 1 I well-meani- GEOGEGHAN. South-WoH- 83-1- ..I -- !.'.' j son-in- ; -- an-- i Oirrt-tiiinii- - w .. ..... r r - 111 V ' 4 A 1 first-cla- ss HC ed sli AT vtnrld-rcnown- 1 9 THE RILEY 1 y , ili-i'i- l. m "'"'" , . lit-tf- . . w. 11 - -- , J.H.HILTOlsr w I T 11 1. , ito OLD W ET. ROUTE 1 I ' 1 1 - , 1 1 of ". ! Washington, i'vtl -- 1 'r -- - thtrt-hsn- .HAXiS'S WELL.:! .11 1.1 1 I IS 1 1 ' ... ur. M 1 .1,1 111 1 11 . ,.,,., ,......,....;., 111 I M I MW ,,. , ... t. M 1 1 ... d-- ils - m '' . 4 . 1 " . HUt-iL- M it "u" ," tyrl"'''",'rinwltl nht, , 1 ' .. - - IU f 'cn't (1 1 1 I r f ,., St? M vfS JRADFIELD'S jp I v . A A I WfUI sa iiiili. t ; I mdi.-cusi- REGULATOR aaaaaak nanaahs. ! T-- roPaifDLfUStjTYnofSSEDliD;'iie,'Bf"iis bbbbb am sa .aMaaja y3BSk-fSi- 1 am vE.NwD7KUAT ON aa j - - Miiiitiri-toi- j Sun-tlu- Lmm-lede- y thr-i- r 1 rv 1 L A.- - h. sr-tl- on of the State - '