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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890053001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V V vi Semi-Weekl- y v ; Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, MAY '.0. VOL. XVIII. DEMOCRATIC 1S90. NO. 26 " comrades were rushing to Unit party. carry liisatronsth to it, they would still LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. For Salo---Brlc- k jc3l Residence IIIh kindred were then-- . All ita honois fall f0 votes short of the 4"'' necessary Virgil Coleman, of Middleburg, is In whi. h I now Inc. iit Main sirft, and the Clerk Court wm. ,H for tu. ,nt.u. IlskiiiK. t'eairr In To Nominate a Candidate for Hut to to n choice. business hi. I. Mi n liljck, oppocleaning up and preparing his grounds site Court S,(ute, Stanford I It. fiWSI.KY ot Appeals. that clear vision tlie path of duty ami TUB H.sl.I.OTIM. Ufa. IN LAST AKTKItVOON. for a picnic on the Ith of July. WELL PEPERS. 'Special lo The Interior Journal now lay elsewhere. In the Joe Williams and James I lice, ol Adams Leading andHglTt Between Him and I.01 tHVii.i.i:, May name of the despised democracy lie Permanent or- color, Lonnmoor at Russell's .Mill, on Itrush Creek, tlll.-llirt I otter for sale prhatply my harm Lnowiiatre l..r 1..l....nlin.m fro..', all llVIT llli- can clfWII of KUUIltUt to tllV a reptlbli- ganization ellected at o'clock as report. on the SMth, took two shots each at each VARNISHES, ETC , Lewis l.uinforl committee, The contest that day and .. ii i iiii i ,,,,!,. for Goliath Congress whichin shook the ed by theAdams 111."., Madden llit ballot other, which resulted in Williamsgetting DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. lanta-te- r pike, anil pia. e, ne.ir the t Stanford ami running nearly Dix Riser icsulted, ' w cntainini; lia AcrOB It is well improsH, h..s li'l, Lour' a bullet in his thiuh. James Hice was villi Wednesday when at noon Chair-:tnd the land is in a tine mate uf t j, Martin llU,, I'oorelOOJ. Van- -, brought . r u'. won it in the very citadel of moor Committee, wl,olt WI,I. I'.U'KIt AM) DKCOItVIIOVS. theUrg c.l iili:in, iu i. n.n before the court, tried and held est and moM complete tuc k I entr.il Keulm . , tiinti.m ffillini or o.l.li.-.mini Alford of the Central Kv S I. WITH BUS. republican power. I u such gallant fash-- , wint h7.. When Campbell county was, in the vt ith all the latest and mot ordei. The candi-- ' sum of $100 for his appearance at arti ti demrations rilled the bodv to ion whs it lie joined the democrats back called, although it was instructed solid knots ii to the trade Koom M iililmss .ml Win ,'. ', ' ' f,x dati-- agieed on Iloii. w ciicuit court. ilnw Shades in endless TKIC'l-anet Tilt ,M breathing into our dis-- for i.ongmoor. l votes were dropped to l LOWEST An ex 1. 31. On Friday eveninir, Robert Clem- anin.,tnM AM) WORK I Ml Wairi'ii fortempomrv Hinititiim mnl In kindl v.'i itcd ef re orders are it ranks the spirit and the Vanzant. French received IP and Hrink-in- ents, living 'l s boson without Opposition, three miles north of this plated ' prophecy of victory, coming to us not as ley IS votes. Adjourned till :::'.0. " " AND FEED STABLS, place on the "Chelf Kidge," shot his on taking the chair an appropriate .1 f ii!iiLThe usual t'Oiitiiiit ntl "'IvtMittirt'i witli IiIm siiikIu sword to' I.ongmoor has the hurrah and is a wife in the head which proved fatal in a "fcTfltSjllS STAVFOKD, KY. TsllC SflA ll'1- ,,'t laureled captain with captured' strong favorite in the guessing, It is few hours. Strong tHiiw.rL. then annninted. those fiom grounds for belief in his arms and a front and thought that the fight will narrow down this distiict being .1. A. Craft on ereden-tinl- staudaids 'loi k p n. on mai me snooting was intentional, cans-- , t M'KCIAI. AT TEX 1'IOX to COMMERCIAL Ho" triumphant following at hi1, back. For to him and Adams when result of late ed a w arrant for his arrest to be issued .1. M. on nrmitiiAiitioii. bought and sold. .Judge the following six years in Congress do war will be reversed. Matter chaotic and he was brought before Judge Uains MONDAY, 1890, traieters Horses andati.lmules le 9, I.ee llaidin on resolutions, with Onlv horses ehii used ill liver. you not remember'.' he stood like a and lesult largely in doubt. Garrard, for On the premise-- , the W. K. Walker, of for examination, on the IMth, and the KuKllsON. rock by Heck and Itaudall, with equal nenry e From the coiiiiuonuealth not being ready thecourt HARRY A. EVANs, CRAB ORCHARD. was adjourned until! the '.'(ith, but when STANFORD R0LLERMILL Watteison was named as one of the com- - i'OuraKe and only less than itiiil Kiniiis, . l..k .. .t... 111 I lifll ivliirtrkitu ..K... mtntitut ,..,,........ ANALYTICAL .... .o llitltr CHEMIST, ANI KM.VAT'lR the prisoner was brought before the imttee on rrnolutions. llio convenuoii ' Rev. .Mr. 5ftout, of Lancaster, will court his counsel moved tliHt 'y HI"I merciless tyranny of reconstruc-I M. At V. slAXroKD, KY to waive an ex Will I1 miIi! ultlmut reiorte .U puhl.i Mil it ion to then took a recess till I need not recount in tedious depreach at the Baptist church .Sunday ainiiiation, which motion was sustained, the highcut biildfr. lumr the committee on oryanixatioii re- - tiou. Engineering .and Surveying in uiu mimiiHr pomicai nisiory ot out inoiiiiuL' at 11 o clocii. and he was remanded to jail to await nis Onpacity of Mill 76 Barrels por the name of Speaker Harvey all branches. own day. From that time to this the It. I.ee Davis has been appointed trial at ciicuit Dny; Capacity of Elevator Mvers as permanent chairman and Jn. court. It was a hoirible t . - cu,L't'r ,,f Mr- A,,,1I,1S l,,ls census enumerator in this, the M'th di- - all'air as several children are left mother'vt..n..M S..cr,.tarv. but as till mmlt40,000 Bushels. Ile will less. ,.' ..r.k.i...itiiiU u".. in.tieiidvtorenort tiniious testimony of his unshrinking ' vision of Col. Kwell's dibtrict The Mill i a substantial new brick building ef j i"1'1 niellNh devotion to principle and bein work June L'd. veste'rday at TJiis notire forewarns hunters, fishermen and Yesterday was county court day and stories, equipped with the latest and best machinmi ...tion was taken ti'1 on nur lands pernot to At the meeting of the stockholders though there was not much business in ery and situate ithin 50 yard of the I.oimulle Jt otSers as alltresp.is be proecutedwithout s ich will were cho- - to l,l,rty. Wherever a doubtful tiht mission, to the ..', when the k'entl"neu Nashville depot In the to of StnnMinl. Signed extent of the law was beinj: waned, wherever a forlorn of the Crab OrOhard and Cliappull Gap couit yet there was a large number in cmiuty, Ky., the heart of the tet sheat Lincoln ditrut D. V. HOLM 1.3 s.n The teni)Oiary rlmirmun presldetl V. LOGAN. of whs to be led, during this best and Turnpike Co., .Siturday, Mr. Harve Col- - attendance. The attraction that called by thr State and within rea.h of excellent markets I'HII.IIKRT RICHARDSfir. 1. OSH ADAMS three railroads Wednesday wvfiilnK's session durum the ft. McKtXNRY, I! W rjNr-01 ijo.i '"'"ve pwiod of his life, his time, Her was elected president. such a large crowd was the republican and lie cost bwnthe entire plant was about pro!) 000 Mrs. SAMIOKD IRWtX, J it lias wlifii the nomlnatin'ir speeches were run mot iiccefully and JOHN O. LYNX, t.tICK This community is evidently bent convention. to appointment My since its oiumment 'l'li Mill u now in op- - Mrs. A C TUCKER Heiuleison, his talents, his private fortune ami the JO. HAL LOU. Pursuant made James F. Clay, of HALL eration and will be until sold. TliOS . ' '"" was l'"'"' auoeeii ireri on maKiiiB a snow in uie uppruiictiiii: at the last county court the republicans Sale is made to dote uptliealfairsofthe corporiMuiiiintt'il (..court H. Madden, anil irl at Jim Laurence's, a bov of Casey county met in convention in ation. H........I.HI bv Fmnk Parsons, of Louis- - and unnriulKiunly spent at the call and census- -a Terms. cash; bulutice in one and ' for the intereM of his party. apat Dan dolman's, and still another out the circuit court room at o'clock i. m. year with 6 per cent interest. Note with to vlll- Then Cl. W. (i. Welch named proved sccurit) and alien on property to secure li'inmitl in your :u Charlev Adams'. All thriving, too. The convention was called to order by ' ,!o . w'' I desire to sell my tartn of about i.V acres, situ M..11 A.l.in.4 in the (ollowius iB. . . . ' 'J SIANIORI) KOLLKK MII.I. CO.. ated a limit H, liillo north r.f Stanford o'i the F. I. Combest, chairman. After the cammiaie, i'enuen.en' do you wain an Blll tlieir dads steppin' like tlie-.'iKtisli ilranch pise, opposite theold church. There MruiiL and clmnicteristlc speech Stnnlord Ky " are about 50 acres in wheat and rye; the balance usual amount of spurring ami parrying with lionebt niiin" While clerk of the House woitlm million. Mtt CiiMiim.N- -I am C'.ood dwelling of the farm ell set in timothy Washington millions of public money -I- t's often amusini.' to hear it tramp, the following nominations were agreed of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid new Iwfnre this at placiuu 3C barn; is well watered and fenced. Possession can through the hamls of .Major Ad- - wilo has been "hoolln' it" for yeais, talk upon: l .invention name which carrier it ow n be civen immediately. For particulars, seu J. P ms Mt lUiley, Stanford, or write the undersigned at omi hands clean and For county judge, K. I. Niles; county tell of'the nmny haps and mishaps whorev-- r uttorMlu theCom-- j E WITHERS Cincinnati, Clhi. wo you warn a iraiuuu ami llt. has undurone. Mis "tale ot woe" clerk, V. T. Humphrey; county attoron u cunt of mj ol.l age, ol r. ll.iiitf m.inwwtltb lu askinj; for him who -, .liter fur iile pnvut.'lv mi John Wesley; tiniiR from linim"H.' lor years .Major ani tg iti''iiiaintnncu with "better ney, '.. C. (iodbey; l.e.us this IIIIIIIU the most snloudid ,,,l,' "'" ol intertM in the Hotel now occupi.sl by me. TEE COMERCISL HOTEL of his Hirty, I am Adams has been the chief ailviser and things" are always made conspicuous- - school superintendent. H. S. Hector; (formerly called the ht Axiph in Staiifi.nl.' K i. ie in the bestowal C. II. Jef- nii.1 ulxi thee liirmture hii.I titure I. OWENS, Mana;er. iiuoes-nty- , " i'.h miw wiitie tie inns 10 enuanien you as to jailer, J. M. Drown; asse-so- r, The lloii-- is n.teliibly loisitel on Mam street. reliorwl from tti the centre of business, has a large and desirable executive. Could you havestronj:- - what started him "down hill." We fries. I. must needs be an om.mrrasaiiii: Krt - Kentucky. win. patronage hii.I is iliuuga jimfitublo It is Harrodsburg, On motion of Col. Silas Adams the u substantial bnck buiMniK ofover bu.ne comes or er asuranct that here is a man indued? Im,t such a character the other day, h 30 rooms, with ..n.-- . ..f expluininu wheiic tweii store nim fur mi'rlMii'IUiiiK. a p.l stubk I have taken charce el this popular hotel Mini oilier appurU'iiauce. he is. (ioo. XI, Aduitw iwihIs no in- - Ho yon want a capable speaker and lead. w j.;jni; his way lo the mountains, who, nominations were made unanimous. and intend to run it in a first. class manner in csery The following resolutions were then of Ken- ' r for the ranrnss? There is none more after impiirlnt; the name of this place, It is being papered and painted from respect t rod u tion to the dinnncntcy li a limtseaml bit in HuilumiHe. K top to bottom, the deciding is beinz renosated and brilliant than the man I oiler. In the unitized us by saying, "Oh, yes, reuiem- - unanimously adopted: ,, KV auu - a iinpiMriHM inwn with a rxiiiulutum t.ciiiiiiuuuni;i. iii.ss.t- .1. ....... ri,...i.i.. . 1.. .... ... .ci-Whkkkas, having full confidence in if I trust I innalso take it forVrantd inounUius especially, the out weak iH,r jt now, but I haven't been along w- rupi.llj incrnttns, In a pn.speisi. secIlol) ed b ho,e,lu this section J R. OWENS tlie patriotism and integrity of our tV.i: the war rcord of my candidate is point in our lint ami a region growing hurv aiucu I went through i'tiny private Col. Silas Adams, in of his place Iih llittel busile-and tlmirable c.immiini- in nr 'bout 10 years ago." Thun he shoul-.'.:- i past services in behalf of hisview all pertinent up- daily in population and important. lu reside in. )Mu issue, or even at (ounty in ij Terms and further pirtb ulars ma,be had b ad- ! tins occasion. U'liHt side of a con- - the mountains, one blast upon his bugle ' dered his wallet and moved on, but not the hour of its darkest trials, when as- during Mill, t Ohs,. attorney's, or m vli sailed by its enemies, -- un ay jf he had been used to a private car. M C POU1MAN Sianl..r.l tent ion of a irurter of a century ago was horn were w'orth ton thousand men. present Kksoiakd, that we I know not what more I could say, "Fncle" WilsTisdale, of this place, the name of Col. Adamsearnest! vvoters of by a loy of -- 0 etui hardly lie to the I will pa) a Reward of Fifty Dollars for informaof this gallant l)M(. 0( the oldest turfmen in Central the 11th Congressional district of ..f iiMicli moment now. Complaints, witli propriety in behalf tion on tons ii tion of anj un.iuthoriied persaa 1T1 I npparuntly an I deserving gentleman except to su- - Kentucky, took in the races at I.atonia tucky as a candidate for Congress from! 1 Lowewr, have been made, . Found Cutting Timber or Damnot without reason, that in the distribu- - get that the recognition at the present this week. W. R. Buchanan has goneto said district to represent the same in the next Congress of the I aging any Improvements f ita honors the democratic paity hour of our obligations to him, in view XI iddlesboro to eugage in business. .Mrs pledge ourselves to use nited Mates, and E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor tain all fair means to On the following property: Las not heretofore made an impartial or of his great ami recent personal misfor- -' Marshall is visiting her daughter, .Mrs. secure his nomination. V A. The larms at P.itisfiutory apportionment between the tune, would be peculihrly timely and (). p. King. Charley I lelder, the prince John L I'helps was then nominated No Hotel in Kentucky has a btter reputation, Tim Hutchison's,Hiitliland known as Ilastin Cash's, George llaugh's, Heirs. de-- ' graceful. i determine J that and its proprietor of tnivolilig salesmen and the pick of by acclamation for delegate to the con H. P oun;, I h Young's u acre place, W. Terf til.. wcrs of the I.ost Cause and the shall be maintained. ry's, Win. Long's Not to detain you longer. I present to week adding stitutional convention. How this may fellows, was heiv this f.'ii.h-rof the I'nlon. At Cox s Gap W. Hutchison's 40 acre farm, Freeman and R E.ilarren's timber tracts on Ruck l.ae bceuin the past it will be unprollt-- you in the person, theM.diameter and custom to his already big trade. Xliss At the close of the meeting Col. AdCreek, 307 acres, John Ttirnbull's, $i7acreb, John He has recently .i(Jed to its appointments Adams all' Sullk l.reen has returned from a lengthy ams made a short but stirring address, lluchanan's, 301 acres, M. J. Harris', go acres, II. a', le to consider. Now, however, with the cureer of (..eofge Powers'. loo.acres John Andersons, 14 acres, (he t.iwninghtrugirle of its existence, the rcquMtes of a superb nomina- visit to relatives in Danville. XIr. Jim which was loudly applauded. On moWash Harris' 5a; acres, Freeman's, Soo acres, assur-- 1 Pointer, an old acquaintance of ours and Robitisoii Mill tract, I Tobin's farm, II r van: Also and evei. for its existence, manifestly tion and all the conditions of an tion a copy of the proceedings were orKidd'sfarm, Joel Petrey'sfarm, A. Gooch's tarm, ed election an attractive personality, un expert telegrapher, who has been dered to be sent to the Intkiuok Joi'ii-x.m- A First-Clas- s Hen-tCollins' (arm, on Livery Stable W. Miller's, joo acres, Glade Ridge, 600 acres, acres, near tt hand, I uduso to consider the Henry Millers, 4,7 . Liberty 1'iess, .Somerset Kepubli-ca- n To accommodate the demands of his increased Stephen ilurch's, 25a acre's, D. II. Edmiton'& possibility even of the commisHion of so a spittle.-- private character, a long and "holding dawn nights" at Junction City, Rest Turnouts furnished tract. Strode Houe, Cottase near depot at Crab and Hurksville Herald for publica- transient patronage. and others grave a blunder by a democratic con-- j conspicuous public service. I have now passed up to l.rodhead Monday to see Commercial Travelers Orchard, Hotel, CotLiKe andStorehouse at would' be, from any point ofj the honor to place him in formal nomi-- 1 j,is sweetheart and home folks. Xlrs. tion. J OITKNHKLMLR, F. P. Comiikst, Chin. vention. It 102 ' AKentTir 0 ners I beg of' j;ui c'ooper and Xlrs. XI. C. Williams D. 0 knn, Secy. sentimental or practical, little less nation before this hotly, unit J. Mew. gentlemen, quite as much in tliflj drove over to Lancaster .Monday and A mother, daughter mid son were than a crime. It would be lsid faith, you, and it would bo bad politics. I snail interest of the party as of the man, to spent a couple of days with .Mrs. sent from Squire Floyd's court and to believe, therefore, that the de- - consider long and carefully before, if wtIl. Joe Brooks, of Louisville, was in lodged in jail Monday uight for houseLOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE K. T. .delations of this convention wtsi ne sucn snouiu nu your pleasure, you it--( town this week. Xliss Annie Stuart has breaking and theft. i,nl i,v .mill, nther considerations. iul l icturned home aftera r.nionths' sojourn RAILROAD. "' ,o1"' Hi'MilrickN of Flemings in the West, where she was the guest of Letter From a Former Lincoln County Man. will be such nun un 4iiiii.i.n, i,....iirt.. burg, nominated Woollford W. lhe Great To the F.ditor of the Interior Journal Xlrs. Alice Conway, of Kansas City. Col. as In lay forever this unhappy specter of XL XL Redwine, Judge Vanzant; F.tiiki., Tk.s, May 'JO. Aftera delay 1). It. Carpenter a :oiigluru'i qiiariei W. II. Miller and Mr. THROUGH TRUNK LINE. Vi1RaBHiMB3TKaaMHenTTasssssssssKii71 XL F. Rrinkley. W'i,t other consideration. Xlr. Chair .Mr. Collier, of I'ulaski. were in town Saturday mixing and of two weeks your paper ai rives at our Judge Voung, Howatd French, and mingling with man ' Conceding, as one must, the the dear people. .Messrs. plate. Why is it that it ean't get heie at Judge Holes .Mr. James It. .Martin. The C. s & v.iuully high personal character of the A. Redd ami James Kdmiston with a the proper time? Of course it's second-clasW,th s mail matter, hut it contains or latter's nomination was seconded by tent and complete camping outfit, left gentlemen whose names have been HUSTONVILLE, KY. Watt llaidin ami Judge R.J. Breckrending. u.a be mentioned in tins body, admit- lien. this week for Rockcastle river, where Q QMS- Arc still in the h nines; and ready to do ay inridge did a like duty for Adams, ha Crops are looking line at this writinj;, now they are lying on its mossy banks ting their equal tit new for the important e have a lull thine the I ndertakiiii; line. Frankfort, put T. (J. Pooru in stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes which they seek, thett leally Julian, of beauties "to beat wheat will make from -- 0 to .," bushels to Louisville and "puHin"' the tinny misition of every description Our hearse, which is nearly noimnation. the ncre, corn, I think, will make 10 barnew can be obtained oji short notice Mr. J. B. Texas." t'iiM but one other consideration which To Nashville, Oreen has charge of cur business and will show U' fomm.ttee on cretlent.nls matin n .Mrs. A. Livings- rels to the acre; oats not so jiood, this Twenty years ago, 6..011I.I legitimatelv ami rightly direct Memphis, our zoods to any one needing anythini; in our Nancys will, repoit unseating the accredited .,d dis-- i ton, of this place, had Dr. Lowrey, of season, too much freeze in the winter fon ATian.n our.hoice Folitical Miss ' ii to the end of time trict delegation of Louisville and seating Nicholasville, to make her a handsome them; cotton crops look prosperous. Old .t ..w1IUIKM ..., i.i,iMontgomery, f to should not bo the re the Adams delegation from l'ike county. set of teeth, of which she was very proud fanners say it will yield from that public otllco The Xladison county contest caused Little Rock, Newport News A: Mississippi Valley Co , D. ' jt Uas her custoin, a it is witli all those a hale to the acre and oOO pounds are anl of party Mjrvhv, but while society "E. split, but a majority, seven, of the com- who wear false teeth, to take them out counted a bale. That makes a snuj; litSolid Vestibuled Trains to Mobile and New Orleans. remains in a" merely human and unair Long-inorepotted in favor of the Philadoiphia ,ilif state no wist party, nor other ag- mitteedelegation, while six were in favor of her mouth and put in water before tle sum of sfUo to o0 to the acre. & Miss.Vallev Co. We have ripe blackberries, potatoes, Newport News retiring. One night, a few weeks after to Hie raw Baltimore, Now York, gregation of men, will entrust of the Adams contestants. getting her teeth, Xlrs. Livingston sat up beans, cVc, so you see we are ahead of Ail points Fast and Southeast. recruit the baton of command, nor tie Only one change to points in The resolutions recommended u con- very late sewing, and on going to bed the .sortn. uexas is not tiait as bad as Onl) one lniK out Irom Lexington. laurel crown to other than the tree the Corrected Tune Card in Effect an 11, 1890. demnation of the National administraI came here I of & you hear it is; before diopped her new teeth into her victor in actual and stubborn tight. of the XIcKinley tariff bill, and proDaily. (FastMaili Accom until morning. In the morning ten heard it said that it never raineib Among the many excellent gentlemen tion, Daily STATIONS. Ves. EMIGRANTS ,Dails of party fa- posed Federal election laws, and indors- they were missing. The family were in- which is all a mistake. I have been Kxpres. Ex. Sun. Kx. Sun. soliciting thi exalted mark of Gov. ltuckner terrogated, search made, the house turn- hereabout -- 0 months and have seen but SfpLnti' hnm.inn rhe line of this raid will receive Lvc Stanford es the administration 13 31 n'n j j am 13 31 n'n vor, how many have earned the right to Sneciat rates. Lexington. 6 10 pm 11 40 aih j 30 pin Among all and President Cleveland, heartily pledg- ed topsy-turvbut no teeth were three Weeks We needed rain. I tllillk v or agents ot this Company for rates, routes " Winchester party service'.' 7 00 pm'ia 43 pm 6 40 nm i'xpect it by write to ing the Kentucky democracy to the sup- found. The mystery was inexplicable. Texas in 10 years will be the leadin: ' K. U. Junction. .' .....I........1 . AT.MOItF (i. I'. S. T. A., these gallant aspirants for knighthood " Mi. Sterlini; 15 pm 7 10 pn 7 jo pm I ouiswlle, Ky Held, have port of the latter in the event of his About 10 days ago Rev. J. U. Livings- State. Shu is iucreainc in population " Morehead to pm 3 41 pm q si pm Low many, in tourney or in ' Olive Hill 3 3 pm nomination for the presidency. When ton, hei son, who lives at her old home- every day and will soon manufacture her won their spurs'.' " Ashland is jo pm j jc pm " Catlcttsburg. 10 13 pm j jo pm A larje cotton factory is thought of suggesting in- the name of Cleveland was pronounced stead, was making some repairs about own noods. Without one Huntington ... 11 oj pm 6 3j pm .,. .. bodv went wild with enthusiasm. 13 30 ami. I.ve.Hiinlinctoii the house, ami on tearing away the Koliij, up at Dallas now. This is the vidious comparisons, without the slight- the ss am' Arr Charleston The committee on omaniation agreed weatherboarding saw something' white place for a laboring man. They pay est purpose, of disparaging the claims of . Clifton lorse. . . ,... t....:ti.. n.. .1 7 38 amj t i!.. uu- iuiuuwu glistening in what seemed to be a rats strictly cash and nothing else. A great 11 45 am' ' I.vm liburn ,.... any gentleman upon the party we repre- IO recommend iAiuisiiie its ,'., " Charlottessille ... la jo am degree the of the State Central Committee. Xlr. cozy bed, He raked it out ami to his as- many farmers are turning tliei atten" Washmstvn 3 15 pui sent, but solely to fdd in some pm " Haltimore his resignation as chair- tonishment found it to be his mother's tion to tine stock raising. Good horses 15a S 15 pm making wisely and justly of a dillicult Alford tendered " I'liiladelphU " New Vorl. .. ,. 9 30 pm1 for one moment to a man ami lien. John It. Castleman was long lost teeth, in a most perfect state o( readily sell for Si'OO to $300. Most all of hoice, let me recur ' Richmond, Va, .. 2 40 pm; ' OldPoimComfort1... . of our political history. selected to succeed him as chairman. preservation. The old lady, who is now the mustangs haye played out. pertinent bit NqrMI.jjiMji members of the State Central in Kansas City, XIo., although she has Advise all men in tlie brush of bin When the civil war had ended in the des- The other of the Committee will bo .Messrs. James XL been masticating with others for two de coin to leave that poor country. A man Low Ratcc. Palace Stcamcrs. Trains leavius: Lcxincton at 11 10 a in and olation and universal pillage . pm daily, eiccnt Sunday cnuect at Wipches of the 'south, Fetter, Attilla Cox, Charles P. Weaver, cades, will doubtless be glad to look can work all thu days of his life among Tour Trip psr Wtsk Bttwesa great Commonwealth anu points on tne N. c,. K . J. liaiueinau, ol tlie; . L. Lyons. treas-eit- y the. ground hogs and sedge grass ami i,er DETROIT, MACKINAC ISUND ter isr mciimunu, isy. 0lu.0M10r0 ,, among the brave men here in Kentucky, I.imited vestibule from New Vorl, Philidel Fctosktr, The Soo, Msrqustts, And of Louisville; Thomas P. Carotliers, Ladies, then come out at tlie little end of the urtS( tho. n0 lon,tr HOrvicable. Lsks Uuroa Forts. tilua. Washmstonand all point East, arrives at who took up the abandoned standard of of Campbell; James D. Hines, of War- - .( yQU him, fa,se u,euit jmt tem wi,ere horn. Some people think tlio' if they daily Stanford 11 ct t m. p Lexington at 4:47 democracy and the cause of a fallen and iTtry ETtnlnir Bstwsto r'ast mail from Kichmond. Vs.. and alt point H II. people, none boie a more gal- rem, John ..I Welch, of Jessamine; ,.f 11iIIU,P tliil'VlllL' . nor curious eyes can would leave the brush they would get DETROIT AND CLEVELAND east, Huntington,atW. Vj, and all local stations arfriendless Ik til.... II l. . 'lH,.,....o.. " 11:40 noon daily except Sunrises Lexington lost anil I expect they would, too. rls( Jsn.. Jsl, AsUt sal Su&4y Trips i i. iiuru, I'..!.... et a whack at them. lant and conspicuous pait than "Little Clark, anduiI). iiidii, n. of Graves. day. Stanford it 57 p m uptimStr Ooly. U. Park, Accommodation from OlisrIIill and intermediate J. K. Kkkh. came to be affectionSlat" Adams, ns he C OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS, points. Kichmond, Ky., and3:points on the K. exThere were rumors of a combination be Three wife murderers will be hang- 10, am, daily, Ky. arrives at Lexin's'on ately known to every democratic houseXzaursloD Tloksta will bs furoisbsd lUist and your Epperson & Waddle, dealers in gencept Sunday. Stanlord ijopn tween Longmoor, .Madden and Vanzant, ed in .Memphis June by Tlokst Acsat. or sddrsss M. V tie sure tickets read read ia N. N. hold in the State. He had but shortly persons eral merchandise, Somerset, have assignDuring the past year E. B. WMITCOMB, 0. P. A., DltsoiT, MiCm., Co.. i:. I). nt ..in.. linod. Heaved in a dis lmt they denied it with emphasis. Kven ed; liabilities $3,000, assets ?J,500. S F n MORSK.U. V A., Cincinnati, O. THE DETROIT & CLEVEUNO STEAM NV. Ca if they were to combine ami each could were killed by wolves in Ilussio. trict republican by 0,000 majority. His STATE CONVENTION E. GIBBOISrS, pamTS "' iii-a- ll. i,i,i.,, - 1 soils, Farm For Sal. .1.1 ! s dehvei-illt,iir'''"- - '"..', ' tin-mxtli 1 nl- ' 111 s 1 HE-s- n mticK, - Tll " lmi M tirst-class .. J JUNE viee-pres- State-at-larg- ' j I ... rii 1 - j 1 -- lP POSTED. I'.n-- tull-e- st 11 'l' "" - 1 - I "" One-thir- d 1 Farn Por Salo. , it. e ; lMls-Ht,- ,, rtMlr-ntial- s ad E. HOTEL PROPERTY. nu. FOR SA I -- -- one-ha- lf ; ib "" "''.' . . 111 j - j stiH-- 1 - 11 i.uiiiui,-tanlm- il V. .11 eoiin-tyma- n, - m ' s, M ' - ' &. , $50 HEWiSLRD d Ken-,'rJJ- liRi3 IlUUli)!. llli MYkI HfillxP ' s 1 i Pool and ISilliardjParlors ., y Otten-hei- tn Ifoth-pref- er ILo Vs. to:r ii- - i)9 ' to-da- '' Long-moo- r, niSSI9HsssPHHHBir' ) lirdt-clas- SOUTH & "WEST j. t. SUTTOIT S&MMd&6 111 CO., i , - " one-hal- OLD KY. ROUTE Washington, or work-bask- et j ARKANSAS ee TEXAS. ' ' 1 -- ...... . . . . . 1 . - . . TO MACKINAC Summer Tours. .... . ,.. . , .1 c long-hidde- n rs- j j 'i. ; , M. - 'V jlil.. . ..i...... .,.,. iMh.. i.ina,y)in,piriilirtl.l'iM'fi.i.. .JswJSQ.' J ical defects nmi deformities and if you promotion and resignation. do not care to tell you ran refuse with The statistics of the Interstate Com impunity. merce Commission is authority for the JL s cy Ltiitmiieiit that last veiirthu railroads of bUt.cli, rv,... ' ..: SchmU, W K UCI.AKV C....L ...... t .i... Sup'l of Common in, cits i.. i.MoHUBiHiuiMi ......:.. "" ,tio Tinted States killed 3,S2-- persons! " Surveyor, HARRY A E ANS. . le.lerate battle Hags were to ie camd in ani, i)im,(, colors. Coroner. ARCH CAHSON the procession at the unveiling of the ..Tin rlmi-reA be tmnp of "M ZJtJ)() of Gen. Robert E. Le at Rich-- j a t,K, (,iUllof California foiests. is 11 wort n CS. h 0. The eI e . of Is Rhi'OxniN. to the general wish of the inond, Va., yesterday, the McPherson f t . (1j.um.t(,r. it has been calculated . , ,u.e democracy in this district, Ho v. Janus i osi oi urooKiyn.w men is uuumiraiuiii- - f, , ,, , uuif of , lim, ij0l, mnr. JVC B. McCreary announces that he will be posed of deserters, be bounty- - ly .'00 feet in height. week election to Congress, jumpers and pension-seeKern candidate for re Those goods agent, paid to $ 2. to A Hr. Walton, pension subject to any action that the party may strong resolutions condemning it, clo Mrs. Annie Lee, of Maysville, this week We '.() . f r take in nominating a standard-beareing as follows: "One ling is enough for ?4,7:.:i:?, whose husband was a captain to .$1. This announcement will be hailed with the air of this country, and there is law in the war. This is the laigest pension approbation by a large majority of the enough, if properly administered, to preever received in Kentucky. voters of the Mb district, for Gov. vent the appearance of any other than New Yorkers aro good drinkers. occupies a warm place in the the stars and stripes." Somebody ought They succeed in disposing of 47,000,000 hearts of his constituents. No man was to say "boo" at those imaginary braves gallons of liquor, beer and wine m a Goods, over more watchful of their interests or to see them scamper to their holes. single vear. The average drink is a gill, more alive to the general welfare of the "Little Rnonv" has now a full set of say, making 1, 501,000,000 drinks. country. In every station to which the ue to oe President Harrison, people have called him, whether as legis- democratic State officers. The Legisla we week Secretaries Blaine, Windom anil &T111KE Morton, lator, governor or congressman, he has ture, upon which devolved the duty of would-b- e Rusk and Attorney General Miller ate of to to demonstrated a capacity and faithfulness electing them, met Tuesday and chose Cleveland, t)., to take part in the Garmade his name the synonym the following democrats who had receiv- at which has field Monument celebration for all that is model and praiseworthy in ed a plurality of the popular vote: GovThe Iowa Indians have formally acernor, John W. Davis; lieutenant govan official. In the Congress of the Unit cepted the government's oiler to bin ed States he occupies a high position, his ernor, W. C. T. Wardwell; attorney genlands at $1.23 per acre after having ability, integrity and honesty of purpose eral, '.. 0. Sloeum; secretary of State, E. their received sO acres per capita. By the sale being recognized even by his political D. Guiness treasurer, John C. Perry. public domain. enemies. Calm and conservative in the With the L gislature ami all the State 221,l51S acres become Mrs. John It. Ennis, residing near officers democratic the prospect is Hatter-- ! analyzation of all public subjects, his IWCAN" gave birth a lew days opinions are regarded with respect ami ing that she has come into the demorat- - Martinsville, Ind., a ihjv. i no wo girls ami weight and no democratic member of ic ranks to stay and that her electoral vote ago to triplets-tand her mother FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Lower House stands higher in every- will be cast for G rover Cleaveland or mother herself is a twin the are each one of a set and good democrat in ls2. body's estimation than he. His name is some other watermelon trust has been organof twins. associated with much of the important ized in Georgia. No such demonstration ever occurred T.A.Green, who was acquitted oi. legislation of the last Congress and he The owner of Bill Letcher has refus Kich- - stealing $10,000 worth of diamonds while to a passage in the South as was witnessed at has introduced and pressed mond, Va., yesterday, when those who an Adams Kxpruss messenger, Iips ed ",000 for hint. numerous acts of great national benefit. C. T. Sandidge sold to.nderson followed him for the "lost cause" gath- brought suit at Lexington against the Of course the democracy of this district Cnrr a gelding forsl'i-ered to do honor to the grandest soldier for defamation of intends to keep him in Congress as long and chieftain this country has produced, company for $100,000 Wanted. 100,000 pounds of wool character. as he wants to go, and will we dare say .V. T. Nunnellev, Stanford. K. Lee. The occasion was Gen. Ilobert Judge Ijiwrence, of the Supreme nominate him without opposition to be The largest eabbagu ever grown m the unveiling of a splendid statue of him CourofXew York, vacated an attachhis successor, and then elect him by even that had been purchased by the women ment against a national bunk on the Florida weighed 'Mi pounds. n larger majority than has ever been givThe Advocate reports talcs of lrt of the South. The capital of the Conagainst nation en him in the district, that he has made federacy was decorated as she never was ground that attachments barrels of corn at $1.30 at the crib. al banks can not be secured in fctate famous for large majorities. D. N. Prewitt bought of West End before and everybody seemed to vie with court actions. parties lit head of fat cattle at :'.eunta. Tiik Legislature petered out at noon everybody else to make it an occasion to The heaviest mail carried over any T. M. White bought of Adams, of be remembered always and cherished mail route in the United States is beTuesuay after doing many things that it Garrard, a combined mare, : years old ought not to have done and leaving un- with fond nHection. tween New York and Philadelphia. for $.100. And We Have done those things that it should have The average daily weight of the mail The republicans of Casey county in The Cincinnati Enquirer siy.s J. W. done. It paid no attention to the gov- convention last Monday cordiallv en carried over this route last your was '20,' Guest broke his record and won a bat at ernor's communication that the reduc- dorsed Col. Silas Adams for Congress Si: pounds. Latonia Tuesday. tion of taxation 5 cents on the $100 will from Guv. lltickner has pardoned Mrs. A. G. Karsner, of Fayette county, the 11th district. Since that discreate a deliciency in the treasury of trict is bound to be represented by Mary Hunt, wife of Pat Hunt, who was has sold so A. B. Bowling 30 Southdown rea. ago. She $20,000 next month and $150,000 in June, publican, it is to be hoped that Col. hung nt Paris several months sheep, at $S per head. and integrity of the 18')1. The honor wasM-n- t to the neniteiitiary for time Adams will be accorded the honor. He i'errv Brown sold to W. O. Brock d .State is a small matter to the average years for a murder she claims her is the peer of any man in it intellectual 150 fat lambs averaging w pounds for oj legislator, bent upon making a record committed. . ly and is as spotless in his private charcts. Winchester Min. . . . . -- wiwi , Diii-M-. nnd pulling the wool over the eyes of The Chicago Tower Company was deserving for his public acter as he is Huntress won the Jack Pot at taito-nia- , The his simple minded constituents. 11 niileH, im.':3:.l, giving her two out services. Congressional honors would incorporated Monday with a capital governor's parting shot ought, however, ,000,000. The towe is to be of the three races for it. Bit well on the Casey county soldier and stock of to take all the wind out of their sails 1,300 feet high, KO square at the base, statesman. In Clark county E. W. Lee purchasSays he: "When you convened the and will contain among other things a ed for Lehman Bros., of Baltimore, 70 Pkopi.e would forget that there ever hotel of 4.000 rooms. linancial condition of the treasury was select export cattle at A to 4J. excellent and the credit of the State un- was a greenback party but for the fact Dr. G. W. Norman, representative M. F. Elkin bought of J. S. Owsley, impaired. On the eve of your adjourn- that Chairman Jones amuses himself from Henderson county, has announced and a bunch ment the treasury is depleted and the calling conventions periodically. His himself a candidate for Congress in the Sr a bunch of shoals at "i same price. means provided for defraying the neces. latest call is for Indianapolis, August '27, 2d district. The present member, Col. of II. C. Eaton at There are :i,831 trotters ami ih)'2 pacfearv expenses of the State are inade thus definitely answerintr, says the Cou- - W. T. Ellis, and Editor C. C. Givens, of ers in the '2:'.Q list, but there are just 300 quate. Many other public interests are rier Journal, the vexed question, "when the Owensboro Inquirer, are also candihorses with trotting records of 'J.'.'O or also left unsettled, If I do not recon-- shall we three meet again ?" dates. better. vene the GenerAl Assembly in extra sesMiss Ashcraft, a Winchester maiden BY RECENT PURCHASES OUR STOCK OF D. N. Prewitt bought ot J.E. Lynn, What's the use of the democrats mak-n- of 17, was so taken with the glittering aion it is because suggestions which have im- -' BUC an ado over th nomination of costumes of the traveling female base yesterday, 17 head of export cattle that been considered during a prolonged will weigh 1,000 at their delivery in Octhft co,lrt of appeals? Mrs. session, now about to close, would not,ac,erkof ball club that she ran off with thain, but tober, at 4 cents. be likely to receive attention if you weie Josephine Henry is the prohibition after one trial at Cynthiana she gave up W. B. Kidd, who has just returned didate and of course will win the race in " the job and returned home n sadder and from the East, resorts that export cattle great shape. Mrs. Josie is a sprinter wiser girl. have declined from $:0 to $40 per head The interest in the approaching meet from away back. Senator Carlisle was placed on the '" the European market. Winchester ing of the Press Association seems to be Hon. M. C. Alfoiui has announced Committees on Finance, Territories and Sun. Jacking to a great extent. This time last He takes Senator -- The Great American Stakes, worth Woman Suffrage. year ITrey Woodson had all the boys on his candidacy for lieutenant governor, j Blackburn's place on the Committee on $20,000 to the winner, was captured by There is one objection to him. He is, Jhe e of pleasant expectation and regulation bight. Underwood, Territories, who goes to the Committee .Mr. Morris' colt, Russell, who beat a HTit no isue of his papeijwithouta refer-- not the GINGHAM0, OUTING FLANNELS, of the on Appropriations to fill the vacancy field of 12 of the best nee to the event, which proved such an Cantrill and Bryan are each over six feet there caused by the death of Senator East, at Gravesend. Mijoyable occasion to every editor pres-- 1 LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. Beck. D.N. Prewitt has already shipped ent and so worthy of the people of the, Jack Bland and Robert Arvin at- 2,700 lambs for which he paid (1 and tij. A bill appropriating SK1.000 for the proud little city of Owensboro. The edtempted to cross the Rolling Fork about The average of the entire lot was 74 itors at Winchester do not seem to take benefit of the department of agriculture, two miles below llradfordsvillc Sunday. pounds, an unusually large one. He a great deal of interest in the meeting! horticulture nnd statistics was passed. Bland, having been raised on the Fork,-swa- has 10,000 more engaged. Certain members by lillibustering attributable, no doubt, to the fact thati safely over, but Arvin becoming In Cincinnati good shipping cattle thev are all new men, who have never tactics succeeded. in. preventingthe House . . . i m iiiii mill are steady at4 to4J, other grades run contract Very from ratifying tbe attended an editorial from that down to J; hogs are lower little has appeared ... their papers about "le V the Sinking r und commission. twQ r w,fe with tops at :U$3; sheep in fair demand ""' "i,r i'hwu " nmrier uiu tne event, tliougn tliey may he sawing Is more complete than any time this season. Maiy-villA great sensation exists at at : to 3; lambs are dull at 31 to 7::i3. wood and saying nothing. Judge Beck Somerset, Mt. Vernon ami Lancaster Stockmen and others will bear in Tenn. The grand jury found a ner and Tom Stuart are out of the edito-- turnpike and the county of Rockcastle county court has was Hiiuiorizeu to suuscrme tor stock in true bill against Dr. J. W. Hanuiim, a mind that the Lincoln rial harness or it might be different. wealthy and very influential physician been changed from the 1st to the 2d it. of that city, charged with murdering II Monday of each month. The next court The Legislature paid pro tern speakers NEWS CONDENSED O. Wilson, found dead in his room on will therefore be held Monday, Jiinu 3 a day extra and as the regular SpeakE. Miller has been appointed post- May '21 at that place. Ho has left town tith. ers were often out of place the aggregate Capt. T. A. Elkin bought of I. 31. to avoid arrest, but his friends say will master at CooperBville, Wayne county. sum is a large one. It should be deducta fancy Nine of the :523 members of the pres- come back. It is thought there is a Bruce a harness mare for $200; ed from those whose duty it was to combined mare of Mrs. Judge 31. II. but it will not. This reminds us ent Congress elected in Nov., 1S6S, have woman in the case. L. II. Hudson The Winchester Democrat says the Owsley for $323; one from of the time when pro tent circuit judges died. for $230 and a combine.d ponv of J. It. Innea Davis, son of James W. Davis, prospect is favorable for a large wheat got $10 or $17 a case and when all the was drowned near Columbia, while crop, and the freeze that was thought to Farris for $130. brokeu down old barristers were supThi American Derby will be run bathing. bo bo disastrous in many places turned ported at the expense of the State. in Chi The ship Oneida was wrecked in out to be a blessing in disguise, as it set over the Washington Park track Dealer In- cago Juno 21st. EIRioRey is tlio star The General Assembly adjourned the, Behring Sea, April 20, and 77 China- - the plant back when it was getting too Riley and Robespierre aro of course. forward. Sales of several car loads of without whitewashing luiogley and that men were lost. and hogs at H.I50 to !J? and 19 ex- not in the race. Sam Bryant's fast Georgetown has IS saloons and Prof. young worthy goes back to his constituUncle Bob, is being prepared game colt, ents convicted in the public mind of ac- Kiicker says they sell $:W,000 worth of tra cattle at 3J are also reported. Bill Letcher The president has transmitted to with an eye to this race. doing other shady intoxicants a year. cepting a bribe and and Mt. Lebanon will iinmistabably Mrs. Louis Uiley, of Boone, died Congress a letter from Secretary Blaine, und reprehensible things during his lease suddenly while on a visit to the family favoring the recommendation of the have a chance. official life. of At Winchester court, Monday, tie Congress, that an Inter- following sales were made: 10 heau of of J. S. Bronaugb, in Jessamine. The Legislature died hard. It was Juhn feteare. a brakeuian on the Ken- - national American Bank bo established. good steers, 1,000 pounds, brougnt4 cts., GLASSWARE, premium on the head; 27 good like pulling eye teeth for the members tucky Central railroad, fell off a freight Mr. Blaine also sent a draft of a bill to with with $1.23 per to give up that $1,000 a day which they near Paris and was instantly killed. authorize the incorporation of the bank. steers, 1,100 pounds, I, steers, 1,000 IDs., head discount; 12 plain Goods were taking from the people without an The steel rails for the Winchester The capital stock is to be either $10,000,-00- 0 2!) common cattle, 700 pounds, $22 a .,-. - .Ta equivalent quid pro quo. But it is over electric railway have been shipped and year- The whole thing "il or IipaiI: 10 roiiffh steers. 1,1 Ut, :;; bo buncombe. last, praise God. will begin on the line at once. work lingbull8$23to$:50. seems to at lion. Theodoic F. Hallain and Judge! The census depirtmant has ordoiedj no fur- James O'llarni aro the only ollicially an that the eiumeratois shall take ther action against women and others re- nounced candidates for Congioss in .Air. ' fusing to B.iy"whetlnr they have any Carlisle's district. - May SO 1830 j Stanford. Ky , Simpson county will vote on prohinhvsical denormitv or not or whether they have any chronic or acute disease. bition Aug. 25. The issue is to be di- except to enter it in an appiopnato col- - voiced from local politics and will be W. P. WALTON, II .1 Ml . limn, "retused to answer inn iruai contested on its nieilts -- Bret Hartc's wayward son 1ms jus proceedings will be instituted by the Department of Justice for nch refusal. had a verdict of $10,000 damages scoied That is the order reads that way, hut it against bin. for alienating the alleetions is safe to predict that no proceedings of another man s w ue. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. will ever be had. In this free countryl The governor has ordered a special there is no power to force a person to election in the Ith district on June 21, to V VARNON hot County Jud?p, THOMAS or phys fill the vacancy caused by Mr. Liu lisle h " County Attorney, JOskl'H h PAN ION, publish to the world his mental Semi-Weekly Interior journal HEAD WHIT WE SAY, be the lUlU'Cl'Sal 7'Gl)l(l?'k llCOVil ill Our Clnldl'Pl) ' 6 Drnn tWCIlt. j J 1 SIH PAGES. ylslomshmenl Will I i Ml'll's. Boil S CUld , I J j " County Clerk, GEOROF H CoOPI-K" Sheriff, J. NMENEf-tL" Jailer. SAMUEL M.OWENS; Asesor, E. D. KENNEDY; ; . Special Sale to Commence Monday and Continue Through the Week. -- 5 eom-statu- e ' coffee-cooler- paei r, ten. plain and fan Prince Albert tints $JS worth $2.t Men's all wool sa plievoit suits and cutaway ZJJ worth Zir) Mens all wool suits in sachs and cutaways S10 worth S1J, in liht and durl; beautiful line of Men's suits will sold this'weeh at and 3o.)() h ot.oOa d prices our fin in of Ven's pan aro cu t '": ''"' """irnwuHwuuib can of us agooapair bine Cottonade nants l worth to. Children s suits trill sold this at if, 27.60, $2, )0 and upwards. are sold elsewhere from SI J more per suit. also sell a nice line of Children's hnrr mints nt ntnis ii i --. -- w . ..,, i i Mc-Crea- ry THE LEAD WE HAVE TAKEN Vice-Preside- nt to-da- Clothihg, Boots, Shoes, Hats and. Carpet line only spurs in the Dry us onward, defying all competition and guaranteeing even article sold bu us nuicn less man inesame can uouiit elsewhere. The sale hare arranged this will TKB RORto the hearts competitors but our mission is minister the comfort of our the human race this hot weather, mete out justice in our dealings and exercise mercy in our prices. Main Street, Stanford, THE LOUISVILLE STORE r M SALIJNTGER, AGER. grand-mothe- r SPRING CLOTHING Our Goods are Now All In &1 ? AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT htu-ban- MciiViHoys' and Children's Suits, Utfllt ami Dark ., iiihi itocks; also large ... line of Pants. STAGG & McROBERTS. 1 ot ' j tip-to- 1 -' I ! love-feas- t. Mason-I-oar- d j ; Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, &c, SEVERANCE & SON. ',1 1 i e, 1 i 0 pre-aid- e, HABDIKr MA1I &c. y d Groceries, Hardware, Queens ware, Tinware, First- Class and Sold ing .Prices. ' ' V M ft- - 1 All at the Lowest Liv- m JJi Umi --i tttMlife . mt Ytnlin ntum.ltmm dirf'Xn, wl'Yi i4AjjU)91riTi fVA.fcir.r ' jA ff '.'' - UbMluh4e Semi-Week- ly Interior journal' IILI" 1'ARMKlt'S AMALAIJS. II I.Nirn BONE Ik SPAVIN. LIVE STOCK ON TEE FARM DISTRIBUTION OF FARM ANIMALS IN THE COUNTRY. Ti-ii- llllllnilt, lint Not Always HIGGINS & M'KINNEY Arc headquarters for 3 SX2 J I PAGB3. I. I ORDS CONCERNING OF WISDOM THE RAISING OF HOGS. Mum M.t.KN UWoOl) AI.I.ICN & ATWOOD, RGEL ESTETE EGE&TS. Johnson City, Tonn. ll,. Plows! Plows! Plows! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel Mllrli Nr Vork SIiih ,,.,.. ,. r ii... ilnl.v inint. as shown liv Fitr. (7, 107, Soil, nut of About Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no Mor ileix-ndmi the maimer that hogs I in the mt. Fig. 2 repn at tln inner of all the cattle other than atiythlnn: el . nide of the Ume of thehK-- aftiicted with ar. laV i earn of than long ftindin-..'the rnnjch milch rown in the United States are plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to M.mi j in tlw habit of keeping ar,)4vin of tlepm-lthonrieou found in Texaa. Iowa is second, with IKirtion repre.wiit six-te orininscn li4i..i:i jwn nlwnt Ask your neighbor. Kaiiaiw thirl, with l,82lt,.12!i; do good work, or no sale. whiflJi Ima laHtnne n hard and f'.nn m. tii-- .i feet square the year round, without . i rig. reprenents a Illinois fourth, with 1.7i:i.Jr(5; the nhin iMine ianv shelter from thcld. but throw in hin lniiie having an oM.uidepo-d- t uimiii fifth, with l.olo.ltl'o, New Mexico sixth, NtWAlB'.llYiCrflC'.tOHjJi aid.'. Wht'ii with l,!W:.2o7; Nebraska heventh, with ,i lot of jtmw or hay when there comes itrt htsfld and on the inm-eighth, with 1,217,-80:i cold spell. Hiul l:t iliwn irilt up anil tltis bony enlargement in high up on the l,!IOfl,J,72;Vvoinhig produces inrnrnble :i n. Cdonwlo ninth, with 1.0IS.01W; all joint it often :. ; lVT CWV" inin-n other ntat-- and territories lwing below a they Uvome riireient th" natural ' '"k tn sweat again, ami of u Hound hock when the animal in million each. Omitting any ono of the int ml ic liw-on your hog are in motion. Fw. " show-- tlv position of last four named, thei other eight contain .,. ,., T. have. secured one of the windows and a nortion of Stags & Mc- , , LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI whivitiis. g. nml if tin rlmlcmroughing ' i ii .i. rutin.-- - along the hork and fo-- t whin tin- htti-- U more none m niiirur inau an u. , Roberts' store and will be ready at all times to repair Watches, Clocks a turn. Io traveler,- Dailv, Set urr bttnurht to the ground in tb y n thf ftnt to tnkf it. rs" xP? of which I have ilv wy u tnkvnitvof t in to lmvf had in Stanford, I think I am sufficiently versed in that line to offer Icvtai tliriii, only about THE MOST RAPID ROUTE a Kinal ber, though, it has in whlrhto A share of your patronage is not in value. Texas cattle being rated at my services to do the finest of work. the great tammercial no that it will not lwoiu filthy, nwl r vrr aliemMtd rt only :?3.M. Arkansas alone being lower, respectfully asked. My stock ol Jewelry will arrive within the next Vil ' 'Xl itir mi the Ohio Hivet and Chictx". and lienci fettl mirrh corn in hot rtathT. Have a Vt rxtV bt lie Utte.t time aud sunt fomfortablc Iraim and giMMl jtastun fir thni. I think for thi Iowa, with a littlu more than week, when I cordially invite an ntft3.GI. examination of it. all pointt in the outn, .r t the Will of the total of stock, has N rtriwet. The ounteroat I o thi train on al1 iwrt of KauauM tlint ryentnl imtn are tin I he limited IU(itet bt-uiik line it danoninttr in value. Outaido nut nearly lxt. hh rlovfr has nurly provttl to will I he u'eri toiltuii M" k wr nu. jjive atro in AiiRnst Hyp sown of Texas, Illinois, Kansas and Missouri. I nlimited (.'niloit t. Monon, il intk ipkmI fall and iwrly jniriiiK jHstur, "ay Mi non, cat Monnn and Iowa has more than twico as great a want to uvt money and liatr a pleaum ,our HS& Fig value in cattle as any state orteiritory tmtn will nmkf kmm1 tiirly snmmrr ami . I it Kill informal! 'n ildtrt te i iritt in the Union. Iowa is wcond in both mMiiiv. Thrn miw a niU'1i of wirghmn til n of litrr' number and value of milch cows, too. for latf Mtiuiiitr fH ami rut anl throw i. ( HI "II i..t 'I I! 'i Kr K New York coining first, though Iown i. Ill tn tin- hog. U Ii M KOIII K .i Mi lIllKl hoK rainr-r- uevrr think of wlting and Pcnnsylvani i are almost tied on the Suiic hogH. It in jtml an cufiitial tlmt 1ion latter oint. "liutil'l have twit a any otlu-- aniiual, In sheep Texas again comes first, with 1,832.0-Iwwk; twiro ia better. head: California second, with iii.l at liiatit onr ENT M nioilt' i to jrire a pint of unit U 1.080.020; Ohio third, with 3,.)i:i,G$0; Is Receiving His .. !.' luHl; tnixeil with a wck of wootl New Mexico, Oregon. Michigan, Utah. ' i I ' rirtanm 4?'ki .Wr" thf 1mhj Montana, Colorado, New York. Indiana, r oli j tin-- ; tht'nihf; will lVnT r . rM aannTa-.raampvaaara. .MOT t v.ii ,1. if MiiMiurinnd Wyoming each having over )'ff uorina. It is aloa jpml ia-- t v 1,000,000 head, following in tlw order A ho,( nhoiihl liavr a good, wwm ii Give him a call. fjotol named. Iowa, which is second in cattle, Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. pl.u i tn sl'fp. nti rthouM have in sheep. In value of is twenty-fiftunit th.it will turn wntrr. awl only give ifclSv-xjf-ifAllti MILES IP l BONK rIN. dieep Ohio is first, California second. Millin.iit Iwliliii5 t kvt-- down ilnrt. I think If "here in simplx n flight ( !i.iiik' l'llinj oiMf u wifk. Texas third. Michigan a pretty cIomj .GO TO. u in with a little liiaifiie-- s, and no oidetire fourth, Oregon fiftli and New York tint-thavrt pit;.4 ti.t rV!irnnr ami S'ptfttilttT any llit'inichllf of the joint being implirattHl, biniodidr sixth. The ier capita valuation is lower Mini iimt of Si'ptoiiilier. 'Hk of mercury may lie applied as ftillows: if in Texas than in any other state in Take of biniodido of niercury one which much of a specialty is mudo of .inif etiw will rain both littrrt: the heep, it lieing only fl.M iwr head. ltttrr will h Ui turn oil by llrst or drain; lard ono ounce: mix. And after cutting the hair abort rub a uiiMI of Hwi'iiibrr and nave wiutfrinK. In swino the first place, in both numa JIODEIU GROCERY" and tlif Se'ttUMiiliw littrr will 1m lrjci little into the skin, covering the splint bers and value, must bo credited to watery 01 Iowa, with .1.S02.000 head, worth viii .nub to winter wrll ami will do to turn every night until a free, Miviitl dirrtt coaitatti. n. in t eiiiral I'mmde is produced from theMtrfnce. uflf in dun? or duly. per head $1.22 above the average of tho taatfor thw the leg should be fo- country. Second is Illinois, with o.l'.W,-25- 0 To I lwvf Iwu itUning hoi? more or less - nui, . Michigan HainU. CnlcMi i. ... IluHaU. ri...i...J with very hot water every mornll'ITUII, head, worth $'.02 per herl; Missouri for th Uwt flftrn yrara in mented vif".i"l. Indianauom and lie wet. be third, with ."i.HOO.OOO head, worth only And Spades; nail tcntrml Kaiman ami Iiave not ing and afternoon, and this rw Riland CAiiaila lmt a hi'V frtuit rlndera, though it liax continued for several days after the oint- pl.Gi. Then follow in order Indiana, ISoston, & ment ha Irwi discontinued. all nroiuul iiih nt ftmr or live diflV Kansas and Texas, though the latter len 111114. l'hilalelihu, If. after a week s intervnl, the Italtimote U ."'iiiitfiim. I2eans never Itrwd a sow ltefore btato is tenth in the matter of aggregate I.' ii kei tun' lo lltritl'iirg I ritklorl. K) eh in h mi nit hn olil; cutiutiiiff ttixteen does not appear reduced in aiae, tho oint- value. nd Knhmuml, MKi.lM In horses Texas for the third time Also a full stock of Landreth's, D. M. Ferry & Co.'s and Crossman's liefore fiTo iujt. meiit slronld 1h reaimlied and rejieated tui. Vrl l.tvr m for Imt to at sunilnr intervals till the enlargement reaches first place in numbers, having h will le I year old at pi:Wnij: time. Garden Seeds in papers. is mnovetl. l,;to0,!ll-- l head; but is ninth in the mat- Cor. ICansus Parmer. Repeated dressing will be necessary, ter of aggregnto value. Illinois is second - Iiil Tiain, Sae rar, tntnkint car and 1 and tlw joint must liave at least two in numbers but first in value, her nVimdnlf ith lira, Pullman leir thrttugh Maria WliMt ot 1" l In l l'ow I Uh4hi,. , u Chiltan oca, rest, the hoie being liana horses being worth A8o:)1.012. Iowa 100 fowl through the nion tits' To try to keep lakitif- ditrt .untie- linn rn to He Inr KnoaJin a loo? box. This remedy is is third in number and second in vnlue. 4eill, I fin hbiiru and anMtita IB lh winter in a lamaa that i non) too large placedsuccessful, will fail utterly having 1,0!)5.:HK) horses, valued at 71!,- but it often for half that tiumlwr. or then-i- 020,0011. No other state has as many as To neghft to pnirideootnfirrtjhle win- wliere tho exostosis is extensive cariea or even severe iiillnmmntioii of a million horses, and tho two last named Havint? secured the services of Kiiltry. t CI.' Atlanta, fulumbua, Wilaniaa ter quarter for their in value of all the have about iniiala, Mon. ajinan, n, C To wnate final by thniwing it on the the Hynovial meinbrnne. In run. a ; Cut I'homavMI aoa Pl.OHl- - iloor insktHl f in tnmgh or . r. severe ca.Ms firing is the best remedy. horsollesh in the United States. 1 ! rwti ri. .!.. ..-.-first IMTvajrun, "HOC iiiiiniiniuiwwii In mules Missouri barely holds....... I'm . niniine olid Iraiaa with chettr home other veeael. . ;il mw., rr. " .....I H..1. .1... ..M .....Il 1.i Cara in Jack it i l'.ale Hlavpiaar I am now fully prepared to do I' iliint It u" ""' L"c ""1 V r I'co in numiK'rs, wiui rniii in dose well fowU with all rurta rf IW To ,. Milt id t ilniir lor aajr ila oT (Miwaii. mm a uii.Miuu oi iktiiiiiiiiiiiiii nun tn seo followini: only 851 head behind. Mis . i ir lH.itve stuff to "keep thi-i- well." each drug rubbwl sissippi comes first in aggregate value, Nciraa and Muaigmnary. ltuattill, llacatm, To think that any 'ixjnltry powders'" oiMiim one ounce of Mara phi and Alt KANSAS potnta. 1! ini, down with one ounce of water. The with over $17,000,000, Tennessee Sclma, Ma-'inm unit Mi.ilt andtonne, kel made at NKW OK iirnny "eg. food." innwetion, will make IKiiu subsided and the heat being second, Missouri third aud Georgia llire-c-t iimi. your lien lay uuleas they have piojier I 1 NS witnfttit omnltni. tranfrr fof ' banished, apply, with friction, some of closo fourth. c tin rt era and gotKl care fiKxl.tximforta'jle II t'.H, Aiialili. And now what state leads tn the ag- the following ointment: Iodide of lead, AND lit "rides. eight ounces; gregate valuation of all kinds of farm ointment, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. To ventilate the itotiltry house tlimugh one ounce; simple must be given The mix. Apply once nay ior p. iiiythroun imr t. la- kMM. nd inbur, ' cracks la the walls and iloons and boles omit one week anda re tent. a weea, iiiuu stock? with afirst place $191,392,010, or to a total of Iowa, ... !, nutt Shrptetmrt t.a., inak ixf dins ulineclKMti M . ....... . of the i t tiiomul' i.iilittle more than ttiir mi Sjn n wiii.-'-I t 1'jmi and -- run t. utin To fe.l one kind of foo:l H05 dans in a Aiiloiua, .tut ointili (IinUi'il CMtttf. All work warranted and promptly done. entire country's livo stock valuation. year. It is dangerous to try to force or push Illinois is second with $ 180,91 a, MT. ARIZOHA, MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. TEXAS, To keep a lot of hens that are three or 111, '.125. tho obstruction down. Animals have Texas makes a showing of i.c thmuh titr totreit county map antl full four years old. been killed by this process. Some dairySt. Louts Journal of Agriculture. on A item at Jinn linn Cuv, Ky , tut tmati-.all To allow tl poultry droppings to aclimber stick with a knob on r a 'tlraa Ht VNK. nuui i.i I cumulate in the Irons for weeks at a men keep a punch the obstruction down, t ekiuKtnit. lav I'jtt Aim lor Om Yivtr. Hit Poultry tho end to n l inVAItllS t iiAi'in niiir. According to the account kept by Mrs. . r , .. Pit .Q t but this method is also a dangerous one. To neglect to supply green food regu(ml III l A letter method is to draw tho animal's J. II. Scovel, of Princeton, Wis., she made larly throughout the winter. profit of about 200 ier head, while in a stanchion, up with a tho To give all the waste milk to pigs. to the top: then. cent, on the amount she had invested in rope, and fasten To buy an incultator before you know stout pint poultry keeping at the liegiuuiiig of 18S7. lHiving previously melted enough alxnil poultry to set a hen. Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall a bottlu while warm. Tho following is her report of lard, place it in To hatch out a lot of chicks in midRECEIPTS. tour it down the cow's throat; she will Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, S'-- " winter or very early spring, unities you struggle, and the more violently the bet- Stock on lutml .inn 1. lSss. "III.I'K :. KAHS t I" "6 raitte S7S iiohihIi place in which to roultry soltl, Jewelry and Silverware. T 1. ter, as tlw melted grease will make the r UlUtrj . ............ t ....l ...l.lu ml iu.iii.iIj Itie Shortest and Quickest Houto rrotn liuve a suitable Farmer. J tvi., tui jiwMau.. . C8 8 . Central rjontucky to all polnte North. them. Americau slippery, and then you can easily Bjarsntil. S'BJosen throat T9 tlocen isao Kast, West ami South-WoFast work the obstruction up with the bund. Ksxs ! rii lliir.it III-- Ht'Hil. o .. . Ijlnobutweon LoxfiiKton and Cincinthey will cough it up. Amer- Vsliw of footl oti bsnU at owl ta year. A few weeka aio two horses were Sometime nati. . SMM Total Railroad The drswiuu eaoh a IomI of coal, up a rising icau Cultivator. 'sCMKMH.K IN KFFIXTNOV. 17. .$11 B4 UTouud iu the suburbs of our city. TheFor ftxsl duriMtx the yuar ' '? No. i. No . No .. 4 EViti4alfiHthAUhlaa; hinder horwhiMl tliecheik rein sxvung Prescriptions Care Kx .Sua. Attention ..iih Hound ,. u Prompt Tlie new lrvel of ca aT produced by Keratit 01 iMHittry hou- K loosely hi hia neck, and the animal wna Daily kr. .. year hVwtn kiat durirnc tbo hi-- . forward, and bv onawuig the Aberdem Angus and Jf P" liangit .. i(w to am tin y :... Cinctaaati VhIiih of atiick 011 haist umt of year. a m t oa p given to ICiiir.iv Ml P n .. t w w.ight into his collar was borns is making satisfactory progress MUoariJuneous i t. ovingtoa. fully Compounded u ii n n 4 Oi I' almouth.. .. 4 1 a l.wt-atatsdilv and without The ronlting animals are hornless but .l...fiiif hU ,. II to a ta io u ai i m I ! I' ir I'ana Tout feS-sio color and tther cliaractertr-tieui- - ...tt.i'.H. ....I iirtt.t- have .,i.. l ..Issae ing and Repairing ir I ivMgloa: it M pa I oil Isivloa: a protU at m 41 I aria load, was the Shorthorn. The rules of the registry t.e WiftcMatsr, ti ao s A aeajta The foremost horse, with his Wo would luivo beeu jdeaaetl to have at all hours, day cuttle wjuiro that Air y jo i 10 bracetl up with a tight cher. rein, his book for the new the number of hens given, but as tho inhorn-leair Hichtaosd.. of Watches, Clocks "? rair4tl, his mouth fret- the animals must bo one year old, Vtr I aaraaUf... Itead cnuiiiHMt aud $2i!.7o. in the beginning with the characteristic Shorthorn vestment of $f8.02 is a largowis Tltis Arr Staalartl P r."t ted and every joint and muscle starting one. have at tho profit Rliki color and markings, and must and Jewelry. and night. and stmipe.l at each step he took. ..... S P m rr II ME,4r blood. does not include labor, which, however, rr I.iviactaa... - UJL5 The two men were talking to eoj'h least 75 jnr cent, of Shorthorn really costs nothing where a small flock CSaaitt other, aud the carter of the hinder horse Abenleeu Angus sires and Shorthorn is mniiriged by members of the family. Ns. i. No. i. NVj. cows aro matel. Watches complrtc'y dem.vnc in fifteen minutes. was hoard to say: "Bill, go aud give thy hxchnuge. If there is no water course convenient B. H DANKS, Jeweler. horso his head; he'll null that load J S WELLS, Ph O. Prose Clk. s . S M Sollliit; Cuttle. l.e l.i.inoa io H W.I. L. .V N. lkt-easier." Bill went and let down the for your lices keep water in shallow imns I.c Hi liiin'iid it t$ um It is a pretty well established fact, we Atr chtjck rein. The horse immediately did near their hivos. Tho boos liko a little lsdieve, that cattle that are kept up and I.eSUurrit r 700 aw his work in a way which conveyed the salt added to the water. Court Ho e, S I ANFORD, Ky. I.aat I,e Klchra n.l IOIU4 M, relief he felt as clearly as if he had said: to ten bono is enough to soiled yield better gross milk aud butter Arr One cockerel 10 p in 6 10 a m "There, thank you; I'm nil rigltt now." keep for tho largo breeds. For the returns than those depending on pasture. T.e I'ichwotiJ on p in! ' Arr Winclietler We would ad vise overyi mo who 1ms the smaller kinds, ono male may bi placed But does it pay? That is tho question, 4I a ih 40 p IH Arr I'aru Well, it dejiemls entirely on oo a m J 45 l "i charge of a draft horse when he is at with a flock of tweho to fifteen hens. I.ve I.cxiugtoa 05 l m; Where land is as cheap as it is o p S1 a m 4 11 p m work to follow tho advice, "(live thy I.ve I'ant the smell, dogs Perhaps on account 1 4 ta Kalaiauth. I.c Covington 5 40 p m 10 JJ a mi ft 30 P re lio!e ills head; he'll pull that load will not disturb goats. of For this reason, in tho south, we think not. It is only p rn a sal in Arr or. lugh priced lands wo would suggest Dnr Dumb Animals. 5 50 P " 10 $ a m ft l p m easier." Arr Cincinnati and because mohair dress goods is so Miiling on a large scale. But on our On iheMayvill llranch. No 9. Ieuva Pam al ftfliioiiable again, a uuiulwr of New Eng- cheap lands even wo believe partial Suro Curo for nil Dioasos in" Iliiritii 5 im a m 3udN'o. ii.m.at and4j, it m, arrtvtnjr al land farmers favor going into tho businut. rto. ic Mxavilleat mat. a lit, at The animals offered at those sales were ness of rearing Angora goat.t instead of iO.ling would pay in tho hot summer at leave Mayavillo at j. is a ra, arrivinR months when grass is scant in the pasMayavUle at i Jo and from large stock farms, several of them a in. No. i le.iv sheep. m. Thetc train are i. t rnvcuat I'ana at 4 15, P v.i ture. To raise soiling crops profitably in California. These auction eales aro " 'TAiiaf ,.aTSi'v7i. Uily eKCept Sunday. Tho Breeder's Gazette says: Loss than requires rich soil, and tho land should come rj Lexington 1003 aui; arritua l'arii liked liecause buyers are enabled to No 41 laaio ten ier cent, of the receipts of live cattle bo located quite near tho stable so as to to bo.ne central point and compare 10 4, km; excaiit sauna I'.ilmouih No. tloavuvCincmaatl 5 i pw;arrn Prices, too, generally run lower at thu Chicago yards during 1S90, would suvo distance in hauling. Southern Live Arising from Impurities of tho Blood, and 7 io pin : eicupt Sunila The ani- grade "good to choice!" If pooplo will Stock Journal. Nr, t i.iiivLi PalntOMth 00 am : arrive! ClRCtn- - than those asked at thu farm. from Functional Derangements. nati 7 SS aw; except Sitndav. mal bringing tho liighest price was Al- raiao three cent cattle instead of live cent Prriiuitiii'u Poitllui;. l'rain Note. No t run-- dallv batnaeo I.exinE cattle they have no license to kick at the by Sultan, price $33,000. runa daily Between cazar (2:20 o In many cases where the male has had t.n ami Cmcirman. A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AND A CERTAIN Cintinnali anil I.biiishi Other high prices were paid for the fol- Big Four or anybody else when they u strain from rolling or plunging iu deep Uicheatei No sands make rotmettioni at lowing: Voodoo, $21,100; Zoraya. by only get three cents when they come to snow, or any siniilar cuuse, an opiate on theN N .V M. V. Ity lor pointi PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. reap. Train ol thu lino now arrive Guy Wilkes. 1. 1O0; Reverie, by Alcazar. market. As ono sows so let him IMI'OKTANT should be given at once. Stop the pain Im quickly seprnr t.i;i A R. Pinny, lriu--i-sl(ii01 W C Hailey, (eneral Mer liamlKc. 'turners. illc; from tlir Central Unm PawenRi-Stallions fighting may NVlli" May, by Electioneer. at and tleinrt and m some cases tho foal will be saved. N (.11 J nt- Nil Minn W M I atty, Trni,it. Kihhm He: C for all $10,000; making coanartion '.ooch A Co Waneburi, station etf.100; CJold Leaf, by Sidney, $8,000; arated by shooting oil a gun over their One ounce of tho tincture of opium W It Mi 1'hiTnin, H nti'i point Noith, Fat and Vct tirneiiisi. Aihien lucviiii: r tri'iir 1.1111:1. miukuim. .! .ii II l :m .inu- I.. MisMer h I'r. at hvrtyiilc , J A WiMi.imt, I)rii);Et, be gmn in a little water, or a t rai. Or tunl ticket and UaKK5t checked to an) Erect, by Dint-torThrouph Fundiue, by heads, writ Mr. M. T. Rowe, of should n McKinne) HighUnd Itaktr. I frtril er deUinationreacheIhy a railroad. Kentucky Prince, J8.."00. Rural New souri. Two of his draft stallions got hypodermic injection of about two grains foal full particular aildre. any aaent ol the Co. For of sulphate of morphia. If tho Yorker. fighting desiKuately. together and wero S. K. II. MORSE, E II. MACON, in a normal position, with tliepnin Traveling l'aM'K'r Act , Gen'l I'a e rARt., got his doublo barrel shot-guCincinuati, O. Lexmetoii, Ky. Egg shells uur bo fed to lions if tho IIo mi and nhot brought the Clyde to and irritation checked, and no protruthe first sion of the membranes, there is a clwnco shells aro first finely pulverized. Tho W I. MUNSON, Trav. l'am.Agt., Cincinnati. his knetw, and on the second shot th. that tho foal will bo saved. F. L. Gerald, U.K. HUNTINGTON, General Manager. liens will not then learn from this diet Jlvok A'erj) li(, Short J land, Trltoraphy,Ac GKNKRAL OFFICESFrench horso ran into tho stable. M. D., in Tho Horso Breeder. rtte jut- laiaiuyue ana uu I'lyormtuio: Chamber of Commerce Uuildiug, Cincinnati, O. tho bad habit of catini; their eggs. i IC....,. Salt., for I'm lu" rr I tii rare, .. a II.., II.- -.. Vrar, .....I Never Il.-..ri- ..... - Ht ",,!tIUII0rt8itllHtln!).mtlnlMrwiiiiiUHner k Tho Ilorso Breeder print some useful information nbout bono spavin, which is oni')times curable. In tho illustration OWll the manner ill which this H disease affect the " A bone oiMivin i a swelling, or imny "" llllHIOlll'. Ohiii Cattln In tln i or All Hie Hoi-In t'nltin Viiliiutliiu or I'ariii Stin-l- of All KlniU. Om-llf- tli I Iih Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, cfijo. Mt Ci. one-fift- h 30,-SI0,- ilj . A NRW FAST MAIL Si i I . ) r- ..'.-r- - t, 1 itjf-lf- JIis-onr- r 0: lumc-nen- -it 1 V. TO THE PUBLIC. ., I hhI-tio- n pr-tt- t - r -- ln.-r- .H;ffi one-nint-h tlrn T .V11 lrn 1 "'. a MH-rfri- . yi M IJ j th one-eleven- ROBT. FEttTZEI,. ! V Tl3 ma-i- I I I , . . - I . a mitm )PI .??. ! r J H.6.RUPLEY,-- 1 . kp Mfflmssk no ViViWcWin ! SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. h p exo-tos- la-i- t tiM-otti- IVh-ru.ir- A. A. 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' ' 'i"inr j frTi 'HHIir "Dii i TTirifn.wnrwVifjioiini jft IHHHiil - 7"" f Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Published Every Tuesday and Friday Vhen not o paid $2. CO will be charged. Train t 5:30 K.C. LOCAL TIME Ie.te Hnwland at 7 00 P- CARD. a. m , returning - " L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail tram going North South Express train " South Local freight North 11 3 I 1 1 IbpM am t lounge, it largo invalid a wheel chair, bright, cheerful pictures, books and outj-wherde.icxto white laces and insure rib bona wherever they could be used. time is about ao minute faster In an airy alcove a dainty bod was made up, and curtained oft" with luce, and at its calenWhen Julius Cicsur revised tho head, in cay reach of her hand, a little cabinet in which her medicines and lotious dar he appointed an extra tiny every four wore kept years; and his calendar lnsted until A. "ow, my dear little invalid," San! Isabel, trip upawrfwuri gont'eiuen." b. 1582. Now the ordinary year is 11 "let mo soo how you look in your caa.r " "Thero Is one fashKHinblo folly which I minutes and 11 seconds short of being 'Oh, Isabel!" was all surprised Ixdtie hope uiy wife could sny, as sho sank down into the soft suid, gravely. will never give up to,' ho ' l)M days in length, so that there isn't "1 notice with pleasure that cushions of hor chair. you hnvo not nayot appeared in public with really n full sized extra day to be added see wo uvrose.tish in doing this," Unrei neck nnd arms." to Fehruaiy every four years. Ctcar snid Isabel, speaking ru)d!y so tmit bdtie Sho blushed rosily. 'Tray do not think, could havo no opinmuiuty for formal Mr. Falconer, didn't know this, or didn't cart about that 1 could be so lost to nil thanks, and Indeed thera was no need, for Bono of delicacy ns to npuear in a pro it, and for 1,000 years we kept bortho eloquent fuce told all that the lips would miscuous HXplu diessl in Mich n rowing from the future, until in 13SJ havo spoken, "for wo wished ou to speud manner. crowd of sr, v r I assure svfc your evenings with us In our room, and we when I soo such you I blush torI my sex 10 days, l'ope Gregory we'd borrowed boliero exhibition's ami can wheel you back nnd forth when jou uro XIII started to correct this. He. orit is ul the bottom of ti groat deal or the not nble to wulk, vou see " - 1 Immorality to be found in our dered Oct. 5, W2, to be called Oct. 1., "It is so lovely," said Lottie, looking nt laxness and life.'1 I fashionable mill tn Kiiimrc tliini's nrdirtil that eon- Mr. Faleonor with grateful ojes. "I won1 oU I tfSfl&PJi . j,A?r WS doubt It," ho replied, k der," she added, relloeuvoly, "if it U more "I"I do notmany a senmlnl In high henrtily. -tunal years should not, as a rule.be leap beli.no i-- t Ufa may blessed to give than to roeci e " bo traced folly years. But if leap year is omitted regu"It is very pleasant to give, I assure you," origin, aud to this unw manly hu seenfor Its it ought never to ouu each hundredth year, we pay back larly ho replied, answoria her look w.th n smile. side of tho sluies or variety theaters; "1 don't imagine that man w ho hid his talent nearly a day too much; so Pope Gregory shameleesuess is to be. oxjievted there." tn a napkin to havo been a very happy man, further ordered that every centurial "I am glad you agree with mo," said t Vr do you. Miss Ford?" V.'L LsWcr "and I lh ym would carry veur .AfVx, year which could be divided by four Mr. Falcotior find received Isabel's com- wood tato little munication in regard to her birth with to purchase a for farther, and" tell me what "yr should be a leap year after all. So we Ln, najoh ahhixoton " this occasion plcasea surprise, nnd had heartily approved borrow 11 minutes each year from the tan going In another direction ns soon ns 'S.nce on speak of it, I noticed it piece of ' ill, ".I 't,a of nil she had done for Mrs. Harmon: he Mal, I mean Dr. Cohroj-- , Is willing for mo future, more than pay our borrowings had never been what is termed a benevolent velvet brocade in n delicate I strode of SUB STtMIII 111 WtlMUNI'll. SrillMLN III uuvtider gray, at Hongs, which totuko the journey," and her blue eyes thought back by omitting three leap yearn in man, yet it was not from a luck of heart. TUB III 1 Tl.lKK. dropped tofote Isabel's smirching look. the tune would make up beautifully ' and when Isabel showed a dispoaiUou to bo at 'There, now, If three centuries, and finally square mat4J Yt 3. unrtltish und heipful to others ho fell iu Ford, I believe you hnvo got a ire tiew.upiutr unex- moments; he told tne then that In had left pected trwts," sho said, laughing inerrilv; his youae wife tn a Northern iwrhil ground secret tucked awny under those telltale ers by having n leap year in the fourth line heartily nnd cheerfully. and his httie hah. In the care of a Northern blushes," and Isabel took tho flushed faco hudnohleu that jou were bo centurial year.1 This arrangement is so The first Mrs. Falconer hod been a quiel man milliner." wow hi with Nurse ChJoe He mentioned In her hands nnd with n scrutinising look wo pay exact that we borrow more than little woman who did not ndow her rtcht Ho retorted smilingly: "Let us go into a the name ef the village, but, lit the excite "Confess now; whero ami when is Dr Con-"U- S hand to know what her left hand did, nnd partnership Ihisui"; you to make watches, inent of meeting him, it slipped my mind enback to the extent of only one day in Ifl "S'cit zxn turns ?" "1 HAVE COME TO TAKE YOU 1IOMK W ITII .MX." having a fortune of her own, shn dispense I to d.'sign the wedding garments " tirely , and I could never recall it or the .'l.SGu years. Sixteen hundred was a leap her charities silently, and Mr. Falconer hud A little kindergarten outfit had been pro- name of the woman with whom you were ,an travel with my assistance, or shall I no opportunity year, 2000 will be, but 1000 will not be. iTo SR loNTIMfEU. send for Mr. Falconer; lie wished mo to, in Isabel, who had of eateriuir into them, but cured fori; mete, and thee were placet! in ion. never buen accustomed io loitie's room, and many h.ippr hours were "A tiTc battle occurred soon aftor, aa4 Way. "John,, cao you needed a gentleman's care " The tho lavish use of monej , could uotuse hia spent there bv the young leach rami her li - your nu.Kr wls terrbiy wounded, was "Mr. Falconer! Do you moan to say, I Mple she said, as sho toyed with one of his' Isabel, that your husband would eomo to purw for tho tomtit t of others, hower tie pupil, who never wearied of the pretty taken off tn anvmg the need, la fart, steer.. The i.it pj-tgiven la h.w id coat buttons, "this is leap year, isn't it?" New York to help take core of a poor girl freely offered, without Ins knowledge aud centr.vaaces by whieh site was lea rmug the but afterward (wired u id vv is sent to lae so with her his benevo- rudiments of more advanced sf-.dand hospital, and after a wonderfully critical triplet iuIwi Uiopi.-- l from The never seen In his lifei' and lent lusm.cts were brought out and culti"Yes, Mamie," he answered, ns he whom s Lottie had to tlie operation in treKinniug. ue slowmuch NVw Yorker. Tin- - sttvra belong I.. Jo Lottie rui mi I herself on one elbow and vated to looked fondly down on the golden head looked in her friend s faeo In their mutual proUt and pleasure. little g rl, and her affection was fuliv re- ly, but his memory of pist events was siah N. Kcti.-rs.ithor surprise. of Vt. Nir Mrs. Colonel Do Lone and Mrs. Dliht ciprocated b.,' tl.e affecunnate c'nld. who de- utterly gone, nnd lie has iio u einory save that was pillowed on his manly boom. "You no not know Mr. Faleonor." and ' rCiwraou write- - of the an is the year when the proposing there was a world of pride and resjeet in continued to be Isabel's most intimate lighted In waiting unoa tier and taking the of the immediate present. " "This "The mother of th ates-- r Is n V year friends, though sho hud now many callers steps which still caused IOine such min "Then be wilt not know me," she rned, iu her voice. "I do mean Just thnt, but if vou und is done by the young ladies'."' passing acquaintance, and theo ladies and weariness a (Rimed voice "Oh, this et Mid. sad ! I iltl high grade Sliorthuru in.w whu li h.i.l could rldo to tho depot in Mrs. Stanford's took up Lottio and mode a great deal of the alwajs lnps-- l HiiiKlccalvf ur.til M "Yes." They were cnimged with the simple les- had hopeil nnd dreamed fiat I miht y carriage, with your father to assist you hope you don't expect mo to pro tho train. Mr. Falconer wid meot usinto patient little girl, brlnjtiutj her fruits, (low- sons when Isabel returned fro ji rurride, know a father s love," and .h covered her 8. IHHli. when "he gue birth t ?hietn, "I nt ers nnd books lavishly. aud Graeio Wu bending over her little fare wta her h.mls pose to you .' ' leta. TI: ir sire w w , verv .jl homo with our carnage, which is a very "I do wish, 'said Mrs. Dwight one day desk engaged In a problem in addiUou "I-- t us hope for the best, my dear aletc." blumbxl short In rii bull whn h fin.- farf a- I never gave the easy ono." "Why, Mamie, dear, as she sat on tho loungo in Lottie's room, wrought by mentis of eg8 stuck in the ho said, kind It and en.iiurairt.iiflr: --whi "I'm matter a thought 1 er to tell the( looking suro I can," said Lottie; she was "that I knew of kaowrt bat yours m.iv tm the band wnk-ona whom I could get holes of n gaiiy puiatod board. brightur and hotter already, and truth, I've only known you for that is she tried hor strength carefully and hope- to crochet mo one of those deuVaio shawls 'U'hat a s.jdious Mtir we are," suid wid lift the vail from the and Uring which ure oeing worn so much. Isabel, coming iu with ruddy cheeks from back his memory?" fully. to " Lot mo do it, Mrs. Dwight," said Lottie, the brivliig Octobor air. "Ood grant that it may," shcuafcl, fervent" Can you walk at nil!" as Lottie raised "I'm glad you didn't expect nieto eagerly. "Time lungs heavy on my bauds, '.Munim i, thero bus bseu a man in oar ly. "I will be to him ail that a lovm. herself on the lounge. I hope. No, I am not that kind, "With the uid of my crutchei," and sho and 1 would bo so glad to havo uuncihng room wnilu you were gone," ca:d Oraeio, daughter can ho." "1 am sure of it; ami now tell uieor vmr lxk:ng up from her work gleefully; tho John, dearest, I couldn't be so impu- fitted th.m under her slender arm and with wiiu h to busy myself." "The very thmg,"anseredMrs. Dwight; home room was spoken of ns imr room be- self; of course, Nurso Chleo In uot livmir walked n few steps. g going to let you do the dent. I'm Sho was old when sho wettt North, and "Then if you think you can bo read v we "and 1 can assure you, Miss Ford, that II cause oack felt uti ownership iu it. way. The will in the you can do such work you will Und plenty Is not farorablo to the Southern "A iiiih."' replied Isabel, In some surstart afternoon and I will born " old'fashiomd way is good enough for telccraph to Mr. Faleonor to meet us," re- of it, for we unfortunato ladies, who are prise: "wbut an unheard-o- f proceeding " l .1 "Sue died soon aftor my mother," rep. ant "Stl.-- - v . me." "You had better investigate the mutter," plied Isabel; , as railway olllcials nro so martyrs to society, havo vory Iittlo time for Isabel. "Mm. Harmon, with whom mv gave her lover kind to lauies, and especially invalid ladies, fancy work." snai Lottie, ucnmreiy, and Isubel, In obeAnd the gentle maiden Mh M. II IM Mi JAI'HKTII father loft me "Lottie will a beaming smile, and the youth rejoiced I have no doubt wo shad got along u'eely." said lsaool, bo only too happy, I nm sure," dience to tho hint, rose cud went in nt once to bo my uuut und whom alwnvs suihkim-until lately, told mo tlmt she I lmve heard, had alwnvs legot sttigh "for sho is such an alnrm.bjfjy "The Lord wiil Mr. Falconer was thero toforo her, und Falconer," he had found. such a treasure of said Mis. Ford, bless yon, Mrs to that industrious preon that sho is positively hanging t:pou the wail in the bcti light the pined and mourned for my mother and the calvea until this chm- - The steers wen. following her tho hall fuuilly until her death." in.sorablo miles her hands aro busy " Sho room afforded was u picture, theexuet counmodesty. Boston Courier. castrated when a few weeks old. They below, "notluug eould bo moro opportune "Mil poor soul; sho was a faithful wore Ixini .May 8. I I night them on lor unite, and tliougn I shad miss her so well knew this opportunity of "earning terpart of tho ono chosen for ila'ph and Tuack. much, I am very grateful," and tears gath- would do much toward making Ittiu con- Lilly, and the first offering which had been creuturo; but why did this Mrs Harmon Aug. l'. They were allowed to suckle How to Lay off a IIalk-Mii.- e tented and cheerful. It was n happy sug iniuto :o the home shrine slnco it had been conceal tho facts of your birth from joul" tho (linn ttntil I took 1 Lay off two straight sides, GOO feet each ered in her eyes again thetti. mi Aug. asked Major Ciirrliigtou.il little jealously gestion, and the ladies kept her busy from established "Mrs. Ford," and Isabel looked affection(parallel) and 452 feet G inches apart con ately at the loving Ilttlo woman, "because she loved mo." replied Juauol then lnel to tench them to drink new that time, und Lottio wa9 porfeetly happy "I should quickly, ncd ns she heenmo vrry poor she milk at. taken fnun the cow. bnt they nected at each end with a perfect sem CHATTKH IX. te ungrateful, tndeoJ, if I did not use tho as her nimble fingers wrought dainty, beauwuiihl not touch it. I fcil them on hay, tiful things Mrs. Behnoud's reception was the most feared that I .rouli! to unhappy and dlcon circle (radius 22G feet (5 inches i; place great blessings which havo come to me for wools, and with the ivory hook nnd soft tented If I knew tho truth iu l lie low sphore ground i mts ami wheat bran, ami after' a better sull, her plaintively lean elegant affair which Isabel had ever moro than my own seitlsh pleasure; rent 3'our fence exactly upon a line so formed assured it is a delight, both to Mr Falconer pocket-boobegan to grow plump and round nnd she felt almost lost in tho crush which I was obliged to occupy," and she few iluys Iiegun to give them curs of corn (which is the inside of your track j, and ami myseif, to do this for Lottie," and she with tho results of her labor. of splendid toilets and bewildering adorn- gave him u bmf summary of her past life left from the table in the lsaling season. "And you have boon obliged to work as u They relished the green "If I can only bay mother a nico blaoit ments; tho spacious rooms were beautifulyour track will measure exactly a half waved her hand with a smilo at the palo eurs vety mm h. yu u Cnrrington!" h dress for Christmas, arid father the large ly decorated, and on every hand was u common shop-girl- ; iittlo woman as tho carriage drove away. Am tho com matnreil I put them mile three feet from the fence; the out n exclaimed, lit a shocked tone. Mr. Ford entered thankfully the plan print Hible ho has needed so long, I shal. lavish display of v.eaun and luxurious taste. side fence to be placed according to the j with a full heart when ho came into to din bo so happy," said Lottie. "1 insure jou, dear sir. It has not harmed the hard corn, giving them twunr three Mrs. Falconer was looking her best, to home The fever soro was slowly yielding to Dr. her own satisfaction us well us her hus- mo In tho lenit." sho answered, merrilr: tira each now and then. They are width of track desired. If not conveni- ner; tho news spread like wildflro through now eating alsmt thrts. ipmrts of course was tne ent to obtain an engineer to run the hvo Mouse that Jottie was to go uway and Conroy s skillful treatment and Lottie could band's, who had looked nt her with a satis- "buttime of it, anditwould hard und galling In apiece null d.n and uIm.. first, of bran the havo been doubly a hand with a rich friend who wus to do all for walk much mote easily than at first. fied air as sho appeared before him. curves, it can bo done as follows: Place her that her parents were too poor to do, I known my own history; but the fill of i,t. then "1 do that D- -. Conroy is beginning Iwm.r three- tu:s (f Sho had chosen tho lavender gray iu a so hud happiness of tho present fully compensates com and attctw.it is a to take u more than professional interest iu couiuination of plait; and brocaded a center stake midway between the par- and they nil rejoiced in her good fortune. i.miU -- !Kst velvet, All th6so humble neighbors were more or Lottie," said Isabel ono day, as she nnd Mr. and It was very becoming to her clear com for till tho jstst ' or carrot Tin hi e gniti'd verj hne. . allel straight sides at each end; take, a "And j'our husband I" said Major Carnng less plexion, and Mme. Moraud had outdone hor-sel- f tun, inquiringly. wire with a loop ateaehend loose enough had interested in tho pale little invalid, who iu hor days of comparative strength In tho tasteful manner in which it was "Is tho best nnd most unselPsh of men,' to turn upon the stake; measiue upon been a blessing to all of them in turn, and made. A handsome set of diamonds gavo a she replied, enthusiastically. "Ho took me now that sno was going away they were 1) inches (the radius of finishing touch of brilliancy to its somethis wire22G feet from my low r.nd what quiet oifect, and the diamond locket own station, position honorraised me to his which fiorn the centr anxious to add a mite from their scanty the curves,), and 1 h.in nbovo uil stores to aid m her preparations. had been rcburnishcd by her jeweler, and moil," und sho stakes will exactly reach the end of the One bro jght in a collar, another a piece of hung conspicuously about her neck. She connected with briefly narrated tho facts her iniirriagti. Shu looked straight lines; then describe your semi- bright ribbon, and when Mrs. McCarthy had an object In this beyond display; an up and hopo that it might j et lead to group saw her husband standing among a circle, beginning at the end of one eamo bringing a white apron ironed to the of gentlemen ucross tho room, ami lastuogrco of and her only articlo of of hor family. the ej-estraight side and putting down a stake luxury, Lottio nicely not refrain from tears. caught hers iu interested inquiry cjuld Slio was Intoning with rapt attention to his him every 12 feet, if that is the length of the Some were only able to offer assistance, thepeiform.inco of a skilled puiiitst, when hoSho signalled to side. to como to her, und was soon at her and busy hands helped to put tho slender upon lifting her eyes sho olnoi ved u getitlo- i MIILM, II M AM lence panels desired. "Wc wantone in perfect order and pack the e man watching her intently ; ho was nu older-J- looking wurojjst speaking of you." sliosald. They uro colored exuctlj nlik,. atid up at him with shining eyes full of trunk, and wnen Mrs. Stanford's cariiiuii,,tall and with u distinguished milimarked nearly alike except lh.it Shem riage again drove to tho door Lottio was tary touring, and noting that his pure was happiness. "Jlr. Falconer, I nm delighted liana star on his forehead. No ntsoii to present to you my uncle, Major Carnng-ton.- " he.ped down the stairs by stromr, willing obeervetl, ho turned uway and began sjKjak-iu- g can tell which is the fullest. A fanner hands, eau'er to help, und hearty good wisliec to another gentleman. It w followed hor from tho humble homo. Ho w.u evidently a person of uoto among ' hr.d as not uu ontirc surpi io loliim, as he called to sec them this week and I asked heard the gentleman's iiamo from a him to select the laigohtone; he liaiked "Sliure, mini, an' Miss Lottio '11 come ho went there wus tho inuMts, for wherever back to yees as well and strong as nny body marked attention paid him, 113 Isabel noticed friend, and had guessed u Iittlo of the truth, them oer and carefully nmdu his seleccuriously, after having her attention drawn noting Isabol's radiant faco, und as ho took tion. I then "mixed them up" and asked beliRex," said Mrs. M Carthy, wiping her e, os on tho corner of her apron ; " bless her by tho fixed look with which he had re- thooffcied hand ho suid: "Sinco my wife's him to tell mo the hiiialhwt. IIu made romantio story has eomo to my knowledge, garded her. swalo heart, an' may all tho saints bless tho OR, his selection, and. to his surprise, he had I havo been making inquiries, and using l 1 pr.'ssr t I w"rsar -rS good le.l-l-thatg.vos her t io chance " Supper was over and she, with her friend every means iu my power II rf tl.tVT. 32M2 f to ml her fuuilly, picked tho same steer. v..q?j irmnWP' Mr Falconer was in tho train nearly as Mrs. Dwight. had strolled into thoc niservu- but I dlil tint hope for so speedy tin accomsoon as it stopped, and his greedy eyos lory to admiro Mrs. lielmond's largo and 'NOW. MY UEAII UTT1.K IXVAI.IO." I'nliiU of Interval. sought for Isabel. "My dear, dear wife," ho rare collection of plants. Sho stood by a plishment of our desires." "My uncle tells me my father is living," III spito of the low prico of wool the whispered, fond y, as ho pressed her hand. Falconer were driving In tho park. wonderful specimen of the lily tribe, Its past few years the United States "And this is Miss Lottie, of whom I havo "Wou'dn't it be perfectly lovely If I" nnd heavy pendulous blossoms filling tho ulr sho said. "better still than wo hoped for," and Mr. never produced tin amount equnl to has heard so much, " and ho took tho little in- sho looked tip at him with a knowing smile. with a rarely sweet iorfume, when sho felt "Am I to discover another unexpected a light touch upon I.er arm, and Mrs. Colonel Falconer looked into her flushed face with a own needs. Tho clip for I Si!!) was its valid's slender hand in his strong clasp. talent in my wife!" ho said, laughingly, Do Long's familiar voico said, slowly: sympathetic smile; ho embroil into her 'Has tho journey fatigued on iiiuehf pounds. HesidcH this. lill.fW- THE BOMANTIC STORY " She has borno it wonderfully," said Isa- us ho looked down at her face, "tho tulent " Mrs. Falconer, ullow mo to present to you lecllngs heartily "But I fear tho knowledge is only to bo a MH) pottndH were imported. Coitnting; of match making I" bel, answonng for her. Major Curriiigton, of Richmond." tho material used iu hnpoited textile "I think not," sho replied; "thero aro As hoon as tho invalid was sufficiently Sho started and looked up; the tall gen-- I disappointment to my niece." said Mujor -- OK A- Curriiigton, gravely, explaining his mean- fabrics, tho United Stntes consiiines not rested from tho journey Dr. Couroy was souio matches which innko themselves." tlemnn who had watched her by the piano "Like ours, for instance." called. Ho was a comparatively young stood by her side, holding out his hand to ing, "ily brother is prematurely aged, and less than .Vw.OOO.OftO miwh of wool "Yes, like ours," sho answered, a httlo her, with his eyes fixed, not upon her, but I fear his injury Is insurmountable." physician, but ho had made u specialty of Tho incident soon becamo known through tins class of diseases, and had already porj absently; "do jou know I havo uotqulto upon the locket which sho wore. DRESS-MAKER'A writt r iu Tho Southern Live Stock S RISE IN LIFE. formed some remarkable cures in tho recoveicd from the surprise of it yet f" Sho turned pate, us a momentary deathly tho rooms, as Major Curriiigton left his new- Journal says that whuro a bam or " Well, I have," ho answered, gay ly. "It faiutuess seized her at hearing the nume so found friends and mingled with tho crowd city, and Mr. Falconer had great faith iu is infested with ileas sweep all seems tho most natural thing In life that familiar to her, but she mastered hor emo- agian, ami Isabel was met by tho sincere his skill. After an examination of tho limb, nrd jou should bo here by my side, und as if I tion und gavo him her hand, managing to congratulations of such of hor friends as tl i dust away from tinder the building. careful inquiry into tho causo and progress had known you always. Ily tho way, wo speak a few words of conventional greeting. kuuw her Btory, ami if thero had been any and then Hood tho ground with water. of tho disease, he, to Isabel's great delight, havo curds to a brilliant reception at Mrs. raruon mo lor approaching personal lingering doubts as to her jwsltiou Iu society, Keep it wet several days. The liestN will CHAPTKIl VIII. gavo a most favorable opinion, iu cuso his lielmond's next week; 1 suprioso It Is to bo topics, Mrs. Falconer," ho said, as ho led they were removed now, as Mujor Carriug-ton'- s disapiwur. If hogs uro permitted to "Isabel, dear Isabel, Is it Indeed you!" directions nnmo was n passport Into any socletj, wallow iu the ono of the social events of tho season." wore implicitly followed. her to a quiet corner of tho music room. dust undent kirn or other and Lottie looked in the face of her friend and being publicly announced as hia niece " Shall wo got" "Hut, Miss Ford, jou will I ave to do a whero they could convcrso freely. "I sought outbuildings tho whole place will bo with wan delight-- "I was just wishing for great deal of resting," he said, with a glance "I think so," ho replied; "tho cream of this introduction, becauso tho locket you removed tho last straw In tho way of her overrun w.th then tormentors. you." social success. Whertho city will bo and "Yes, Mrs. Falconer, Iottio has really of authority from under his shaggy eye- should hku to havothere,meet. somo whom I wear has mndo me very curious to know "You will sHud tho remainder of your ever hog and ltibbiHh are thero aro ileas. you I should not moroof jou. It is tho exact counterpart of pined for you," said Mrs. Ford, as blio took brows. "If you heat your blood and irriilko to havo my wifo eclipsed In the lino of ono worn by a dear friend of mine, and I titno iu tlm city at our home, will you nou In 1MI Iowa hud S.i'joji.iMhiuvj,, I can not aa Isabel' hand in hers, mid liokud up Into tate tho soro by ow swer for tho consequences." dns," ho added, after a pause. am anxious to know how It camo in your said Isabel, an she ludo her uncio (food thero is in tho statu only nbottt bright faco with a wistful expression. the tnghl. "I lmvn so many inquiries to m.ii.e " " Which remark Indicates another visit to possession " Ho had great black eves and heavy eyeas many. Low ptices for wool "Tien alio shall pino no louger," replied "I loiva ulgnt," ho replied, and mutton did sho said, "Major f'arrington," sho said, her heart Isabel, with a happy smile, "for I have corn brows, and might havo passed for u pirute Mine. Moraud, I supiosc," it. gentlo-me- n beating tumultously, " I havo worn tho Mrdiuilj, "and 1 will g adly spend a pan of to take her homo with me, where she is to If his smile had not been so thoroughly quickly. "U hat an ndvuntago you A few sheep on u small farm aro huvo over us ladies. When you con- locket in the hopo that it might lead to tho tho day with inn. I, loo, wish to know mine kindly, lighting up his whole face und bringgrow well and strong again, Ilttlo mother," f jou a. d ymiib " alwajH profitable. Ah a general rule dimples; he had template u festivity you are uot obliged discovery of my nimby," and she uuclusped and she patted tho wrinkled hand la tier's ing out two "Oh, I.oMle'" creJ Isabel, etigeili us tho more variety a an odd habit of running his lingers up to ruck) our bruins for a uew dctivn in tho trinket from her neck und laid it in farmer can have oil coaxingtj, for she knew thero would baa o .6 in r m South. S.tP ' The latter trains alo carry paenRer. The above U calculated on standard time Solar .orin ..117 am gpm strtigclo in tho loving mother heart beforo sbo could consent to her going. 'Homo with you, Isubol !" exclaimed Lottie, her pinched faco lighting up with tho thought. "If you nro at all able to 00 moved," and Isabel took a low sent; by Lottie's slilo anil explained her p.atis. "How can 1 let her go," said Mrs. Ford, "she's tho very light of my eyes," and tho tears rolled down hercheoks at tho thought. "I know it, Mrs. Ford, but think of the advantages; the best of medical attendr ance, plenty of nir, when sho is ublo to go out, and a permanent and eaiy Munition as soon as sho is well enough to sttend to it." "It will bo a grand thing for hor," replied Mrs. Ford, mero cheerfully, "and I am suro hor father will bo so thankful, for ho hits worried so much because wo could not do for hor as wo wished." "And now, dear, when do you think wo can go?" "Whenever you wish, Isabel," replied Lottie, her eyes full of content at tho prospect of tho p onsantchnngo. "I havo but ilttlo packing to do; bl ssod bonntlnni;,jt.u know, wtien it comes to 11 moving day." " I'm afraid Lottie w.U cut a poor llgure In j'our handonto homo," said Mrs. Ford, with a sigh, her eyes involuntarily resting on Isabel 3 stylish dross. "Xow, little mother, I forbid one sijrh In this mauer." cried Isasol. "Lottie is to be under my authority for tho noxt year, and if I chooso to load her down with pretty wrnpiters, and tho like, I bhall brook no interference; but thore is yet 0110 question to settle. Do you think, Lottie, dear, you out-doo- perplexed stubby black locks sticking up strnurut ' a porcuplno quills. "Indeed, Dr. Conroy," said Isubol, "I shall bo only too willing to see tint jw.r directions aro carried out, for reallv n,r ambition is really reprohensiblo." "Then I appoint you guarule.i to see that Iain obeyed." giving mlnuto directions foi through his hair when ho was In any av or utinoyed, Soaring hi rit.Mo treatment. Thero was a sound of hammering and n mysterious going on in the room adjoining tho homo room for u day or two, and then Isabel nnd Mr. Faleonor assisted itlie up tho stairs and inhered hoc into it, with the information that it was hers. Isabel had followed her idea of her frumd's character in its furnishings. White and blue were the predominating tints. Hurt purity itself wus jiersoninod ; adivp-eush-ionod "I do tiof," sho answered emphatically. "To bo suro thorc is n cortitln pleusuro in selecting beautiful materials and having them mndo up artistically and well, but in tho abstract, how foolish It seems to lmvn u dozen dresses, whero two or three would unswor every purpose " " Looking nt things In tho abstract, my dear, thero nro a great many queer things In life tho uiieiitml distribution of wealth, Tor instance. While you uro sighing over the necessity of getting up iv new costume which you do not neoil, jour jxKir neighbor may bo shedding roul tears cf distress over the lack of means to got thoonedrtHS which sho does need pitifully, and so the world goes. In the abstract, tho 'all thinas In common' rule, prartlHr-- tn New Tostaiuetit times, is tho true ono, hut in actual epon once, in our time of hurry and greed, It would produce a worse inoddlo than we havo now " " The requirements of fashion nro another abstract nuisance," thl Isabel, luughlnif. "It. seems such utter nonsense thnt I must put enouirh rich material "io trim my poor neighbor's lavishly into u bungling, unnecessary trnn, which serves no wr poso whatever except to aet in the wav and ion of lino clothing tho chief aim in Ufa" "Then you do not consider tho posses- drs his hand; ho opened It, starting ns the familiar faces within met his oyo. "Who mo you!" ho cried, iu agitation, sho wont into lmr friend's room In thomorn-Ing- , "I hnvo found them." "und how enmo you by thlsl" "Found whom i" unlil Lottio, whoso Ideas "Item Isabel t'nrrlnglon," looking up nt him with c.tes moist with her emotion, did not utonco climb up to tho stuKUidus "and tho pictures aro of my father and reality. "Why, I met my undo last evening at mother; und you, MajorCurrlngtonl" "If what you say is true 1 urn your undo, Vrs. Ilolmond's, denrlo. Isn't that grand?" my dear." he replied, moro composedly tind and sho went on to give a detailed account loosing soarrliiugly in luir face; " you nre of her meeting with M or Currlngton "It In' indeed delightful." replied I,ot1io, very like, your father, my brother " t "Oh, tell mo of my father'" sho cried, gladly, oinbrariiig Isabel Iu her joyful sun-path"and to find thnt your father isnove, earnestly, a sweet lioix) springing up in her too." heart at tho words. "Is lie liv.ngf' "Ills condition is tho one droit of sa lne "Ye, ho Is livlug," ho roaied, slowlr and in mv cup of Joy." said IshIm-I- , sighing (lout)ifullj . "And I shall see liim :" She e!asod her "but at any rote. It will bo u ueiixht to in.n hands in grateful emotion. "Oh. 1 nm w. istrr to his declining ionrs, .or v' course shall ho xi to lime him spend a portion, a hspy!" Yes, you will seo him; lait, my dear least, of his time with me." "And you will go there, of ooursof" child, why do you uot Inquire why yuu hae " Yos, 1 am vry impatient to see my fain been left all these years, nnclulincd und up ily, und I can hardly wait in pmience 'fril' imrently uncaivd forf" "I iiavu but recently com o to the knowl- time to come when wocuii go. Do you thmk edge of who my famfU' wore," she replietl, J'ou will bo able to travel with ti u xt u sliup'y, "mid I havo laid our separation to month, for I should not like to )ene ticronloue ' the fortunes of war." little hlushed guiltily. "N no." sho "Yos, too true; the snd, and fortunes of wnr," with a touo of r gre'ful sorrow stnnimored; "to toll nu tho truth, dear, I 'When my brot'ier entiio South and joiuetl tho army 1 only saw him once for n few , i "ou 1 TTT Ufe- - 'J I v ifsrm- mi ..rWyC MJSA' m OM-ss- mSB m , W'JK'I'E'- fAUTJWjJ $x('l ill if I tfMr fey Ine, r( 1 r ffjfv 1 mu.-:iof- a Olii-Imsiuon- ki) l,. ure la-co- ut'-acti- k,i i. I;-r:- i i - say" at, Mi pio-pos- pro-posin- mm m SfUVSHf 1 1 1 ' -- v. - . 4 4 LG$m ever-prese- s ' .lAi-nrn- lit-,tl- y ISABEL y l ' 7r -.- -- From Shop to Mansion. 250,-000,0- ' ottt-hom- -e r J ir ' ovor-exercis- o one-four- th r good-nature- d bro-dcitt- h." his land the better it will pay. Kl r ,v ngg' 't Don't forget the ice cream nnd straw- - j in the development of the South, nnd ti vntes having nil died many years ngo. berry supper at the new church, Kings- one of the chief promoters to connect Harvesting Machines For Sals, The above is from the Frankfort CapiKnit Salb or rent it comfortable cot tno ville, night. (Jo and help Chattanooga with the Virginia coal tal of one dnv anil thin nmii!irl in iiu in Stanford. W. Ii. ltiuicy. ' ?av; for vale nt swell the amount necessary to finish the fields. This wns his second marriage. warh.ue ono Wood . 111 ..I Irkhii..- . May .'in, 1890 SrANroitn, Kv., Hinder, one lliukeye twollay Kake. building. Mr. James P. Thornton, 2:'., and Miss It is non said tlmt it is anothor Kn- i Hon. Dick Warren, who refened to f LOtjH"mveiy nv. ui.eor thp KatesU m- arrle the luj from the awaih tr th h"r,f . tflifcli company that Iiiih purchased I'lno- Lizzio Yooum, !otIi of the West Knd, the village of Manford" in n recent ... " wnh...u .Wkmu. I will Kn them all low. Mns. Binrix I'B.N.NvntKiiii has posted K c vlllu. drove down to Stanford yesterday anil says that if he had called it SL Asaph's, ". dus. Manager . . . I J M)S" R' s"nf"rd notices saying that she will make appliwore 'made one in the highest stylo of or Helm'h Cro.s ltoad'-- , Judge Breckin- cation at the June court to sell spirituA i. B.natid varied assortment of sumf -H i MEANS BUSINESS. Hi ous, vinous and mult iiquois at her hotel the art known to Judge Vnrnon. The ridge, who was one of its original foun- - L mer millinery jut received at Courts v ceremony took place at Mr. T. J. Hatch-or'- dors, would have better understood him, in Kingsville. I mhii.tii'h danlt'ii ceih, fresh and Wiiiv's. Itnd WOllld not have put lip a jo!) 011 him Commencing Monday Mayiy. m A. It. Penny. M i.nine A t 'ri,e wKn delner ICr at of I t.tllltllH lHISgOIlip WihI- Xhw Onoi nis. The I.ntbkioh .lorn-awin nil ol lnv.1 n(ni-.l,- . vry p.rwn in "Sunford who de.irw.Ih it bottle f N.ur Wmiii-- s nnd jewelry repaired and nuhdny to work on the road oxtenion CHURCH AFFAIRS. im II )'iu have rented the grounds belonging lli to warranted. A. It. I'uiinv. .v ci.AUs Madison county's levy is :tJ cuts, ' V",f brlmer from I'ineville to IteiittvviHe. to Dr. J. (i. Carpenter, just to the left of The Xorthi'ri! Pn'sbyterinns will Til k lent place to buy drnp;, patent their old base ball grounds, and will go meet in general assembly at Detroit next 14J moie than Lincoln's." tLedidncH and toilet nrtieleniH nt A. It. C Ai BENED'CT & CO., Tins art exhibition of Miss Uom -- A base Imll catcher was kfllo.1 at Su- I'cnuv'fl. at once into practice. ywnr. will occur at the College vnnnah, da., by the ball striking him in Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, Uivyour school hooks, ink, tahlets. Itov. W. Y. heppnrd, of Episcoaper, pencils and hchoul BiippHcH of nil next Thursday afternoon and all inter-istMr. Stu.iK TmiiMOMi May, of Som- pal church, will preach in the l,,e,',0"th' E ...i.. i e the t TANFORD.KY. mm mini j. I, i riuiv. n. ti... in Mich matters aio Invited to call erset, sent us a box of strawberries which And now the Ohio Knights of Pvth- next Tuvsilnv night, Juno 3d, at and impei't. w ordpf '"" pl"i-'""-excel anything we m Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal I l'i..i;n I'i.tr8 :Vc a Mt. S. ij. Myers.' 5 i . - fltr Mo-rai- .d walton, j s. ! J C2 m i h ! . Cahl-well- 's ' fl Court-Hous- PERSONAL POINTS. mm in AnM8,of Somcist't, is ti tlit" Mi.s I". r- - iit- - i Adams. family of Cxtii IUii.kv and MrH. Ixm .ink went to Louisville TiH'txhtv. MihTii.mi: Hti.i.. of WinehiiMer, is t picat of Missed Xnn and Kit r.tui:li-- i id f n "t' 1 1 I louisvillc, is spending dayn with his liot of friends I'lVK, of re lonjjei. Miv j;e, 1 Mn M t Simnokk has joined his wife. He couldn't ntuy away in Lonisvillo. ii of the routined to her room with lu nt MrAsti.i, Col-I- t in-- I it'iiinntory rheiiinatiriin. MlfsH M tllY A.V.NIK Wll.MUIIr!, Of I.OIU8- - I hero ytmtcrday on her way to tin lister to vinlt friends. c, was Mil MI Mils. KolXIK tilTllllllt, of Hope, were up to Feu Mr. and Mrc. I Carpenter thi.s week. Mi"s 1'tNNiii ii.nk returned fntni I aithters College ycMordav. The 15 th a ii 'ial Kfhsion closwl Wodnodiiy. V. Smith and that znwl Iwy, Mi. tttard, vtent to llmunu yestmilay to iit her Hihter, Mp. i'.eiiediet Spalding. Mi.viis .1. II. Mii.i.kii, .1. 11. Carter, ti WYhdi.W.H. Miller, I). II. Car-r hikI others represented IJnroln M Miite Convention. Miks l.oi isk 1'itn.RT returned Wed- lii inun Mifuiiri, whore she has it tern l.ini; mimic in the female col- ' i'M.kini; well to have filled so Urdu- I 1 1 1 1 s a Mi- - tak. M ti n Itri'LBY wentdown toltur- . ii Wednesday to vWt her ulster. Miss I lime, us well us to Attend the coin- t ueiiH-iiti exerrbt'fc of thnt young la- n mIkmiI. ,1 X. Mkvijit.e went to (.iooree- ttii Weduesdiiy to mh his son Sam, w i has an attack of malarial fever. We 'nve clad to say that the yoitii gentle- improving. an is Mrs M tuv I'omm t. uave h delightful ning Friday evening at her home on s.iith I.nnestoiH' street, in honor of rein- t'f, Mr. and Mrs. I). M. Howuiau, of Hiirrodnhurg. Leader. Mits S M m:iis received u dispatch vtMerdny from her hoii, lvldie Sutllcup, af vlviu, Kansas, htatini: that his wife w.a very low with yellow jaundice and that the chances wcreairaiiiHt her recovery Ai.toiiv returned venter-- i av morning from Staunton, Va., where nhu has been attending the Augusta Institute. She is much pleased w th her stay in Virginia and thinks it k most as good as Kentucky Mas. K. W. Smith, of Marble, X. C., Las been ntCol. T. 1. Hill's for a week i r two. ut ho closely has she remained ndcr the parental roof but few know tdieis here. She and Mm. C. C. Parrish have each a boy and it is nip and tuck which is the Ilnest. JukikJ. it. De.v.Nis, n former reel iVnt, was with his old friends again Time is treating him lightly and ) e looks younger than when he left. He is general agent for the SayersA Scovillo lSuggy Coiiitaiiy, of Cincinnati, anil until recently had his headquarter at Kan-ha- s City, but will travel in Kentucky this peason. Mus. J. K. l'ATittt k, of Jackson, is visiting her parents, Capt. and Mrs. Tom ltichardri. Her husband is n delegate to the convention at Louisville nnd she embraced the oppoitunity to make her rbt visit home since her mysterious disappearance- nearly a year ago. She is looking and evidently enjoys life in the mountains. Mn l i . MiR-sMt- w yes-'erdn- J lirst-rat- o CITY AND VICINITY. Si.t cups nnd saucers ;"o. S. S. Mycis. " Hi v wire screens for doors and dows of Sine & Menefee. m win- It I HAKn pistol, which the owner can get by describing. O.J. Xewland, mm .Mar-elia- l. from Midway and is now ready for business. Tin: Ladies' Aid Society of Ijincaster n will fjivu it Mikado Heception nt the College Housu immediately after the Musical, June (si. Don't fail to nttend. Ma-bo- Kaui, the photographer, has returned Ci.AK Cash attempted to get oil" n moving train Tuesdnyand failing to jump the tvny it was running, he ws thrown to the ground and considerably bruised up. The fall was hard enough to kill tin ordinnry man, but he got up smiling. of Mr. V. Frank Armstrong, a Watson, of this place, is in progress at B. Lexington. The defense is endeavoring to prove that Sullivan diil not lire the shot. Mrs. Armstrong went over to attend the trial. son-in-law The triu! of Pat Sullivan, who killed have seen this season, ins have haired saloon keepers from facTo1y p,'!" being extra largo and verv tinely flavor- . The revival at the Owenton Chris- membership. Mn. A. K. d unions, the iJauvilluartiht, "' y AIWOOD -- Alexander Campbell Thompson has J J XM'BN ed. Pulaski beats the Suite on this lus- tian churvh eloed with 21 additions. has tiuiieil the internnl decorations of cious fruit. Kid. Williamson, of Richmond, conduct- resigned the editorial charge of the Bar ATWOOD, Judge J. Alcorn's lioio and itisp;t)-uoniicied it. "' "' a splendid piece of work by all AtionniMi to the census laws n woESTBTE GBRTS. Sam Jones cleared ii',000 by a week's who have seen it. man must tell the enumerator if she is work at Speaker Heed hasordered the House, Aberdeen, Mis. Tliu salvation City, Tonn. or not. If she refue it will that Sam deals in is clo-cI.n the nbsonce of w distinguished gennot free by any because, it is said, he bo taken for granted that she is and so tleman whom 1'rof. Hubbard had engag-omeans. wants to throw all the patronage to the I she will bo marked. As most of the woMr. Helm will deliver the annual Tiie annual convention of the Sun- keeper of the bar, who is from men are said to lie it seems day School I'nion in Bockcastle will be Maine and n friend of to the young iadios of the College his. Unit the question is superfluous. Friday evening, Mb. held at Mt. Vernon June Ulst, with In ihe orj) orate limit-- if Rowland. .VKW ADVKUTIsKMKVIS Thk "Hon. Bugard us hooting Club," morning, afternoon and evening ses In stepping from the train Wednesday l J OARST, Rowland. sions. J" night, Mrs. M. Salinger missed her foot- consisting of . B. Cooper, Prof. James I'ev. Percy G. Flsoin, who has just ing and fell between the platform and Denny, J. T. Kmbry and S. P. Stagg, and graduated at the Baptist Theological Semthe ear. Save a few bruises she was un- the "Dr. Carvers," composed of S. S. inary, Louisville, was here Wednesday. I a OnHid ue for re election to Concrw Lot on Main Street in Stanford in thi, hurt, but the escape was n narrow one. Myers, J. A. Allen, .1. S. Hoclcer and II. He was pastor of the Baptist church the 8th Intn I itukject to ihewill .,( the Uemoc- Containing C. Itupley, will lock horns for the chamrity here for a year or two, and his ineinbeis is memorial day, rucognipd by pionship at the school grounds on the This 51 salksmkn to n Nurcry Acros and other friends were glad to see him. TTT Land, the national government as a holiday. Hill at 5 o'clock this afternoon. There Bro. eoml warranted W OjXI.TjCLL ,i:V- a" Permanent, pleat- OnCrnb Orchard pike. is a devout and earnest chris- will be live rounds and some tine shootTliu will be closed, the postant prentnMe poliion fir tbc richt Good tian and withal a very fine preacher, iMrietand expenurs paid weekly I.il.eral in. Also Some Nice Chair3--master tells us, except from S::t0 to 10 a. ing may be expected. Rockers Iftfinncrv No preiouf experience The report of the Xorthern Presbv- - diiLemcnU toOulhe m. and from 1 to .i e. m. m. ear Write for ti rm. civinir The btnks will If the land in not told it will be for rent. For A ovKtK thief got oil with Mrs. Susan terian Assembly shows a total of vS5i,0aX) aSe CHAKIFsl CH ASK, Nurseryman. further information apply to V or E C W'al. shut up like a clam all day. ..ic.iuu,. ,niMi,Fr v. ton, Stanford. Harris' satchel the other night, contain- communicants, a gain of lOM.'HVJ during T K WALTON.' Tin. (eorgetown 'Ilmoa tays that ing several articles of clothing, besides a t'i past year. 'I hirteen millions were 7i. "Coiuiude (.i. W. (ientrv, the colored pair of gold spectacles ami some money, benevolently contributed to nil church n onitor and lawyer of Stanford, will de- lie evidently was afternothing but cash causes in ivrt. After auiournment the All parties Unw.mrthemuKp. , h ,a.h.-.- i V. Mi,,e w,n ,len liver the address" tliore for the and iu equivalent, for he throw the comniittee on revision met and agreed ettleame t"' c K and ill partiex ',lr" drc1haunt; claims entp, r Mason U. A. it. jiost, which will cele- satchel on the street after taking the Hi iiiini us lirm. iiiei'llllg til J IttSliUrgll, it win preent tnem properly proven ti o j. m 4t n.ieri5iieu, wiinin inetlcM ixlii r. brate memorial iluy in a becoming man- money and the spectacles. A suspicious Oft. 7 J6 S T if ARRIS, Adn n n looking chanuter was arrested, but he ner. o DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. proved anabibi and was permitted to go. r. MiKHir-J'baiil rultirtieI Wib Children's day at the Methodic At a mectinj; oi the sloclholdvn of the Stanford. Tin: height train on which .Mr. L. M. : z, to the jail here Wednesday to chinch will be held at :! o'clock next lm River, White Oalt nnl t..irard County n ii ul) a special tertn of thu Laurel cir- Lasley was taking his horses to on county court .lay hut, I a electeil cr tmilay. r. The progrnmnie consist. of piVo Whili' I am thankful fi.r the cuit court, tixod for the '21 Monday in Woke in two near Huntiiigbiirg, I ml., honor f3 srrntifur li recitations, Mings, Vc., by the children. office bestowed unon me rr My rea..ni fnr (Ioiiij to ,re several, the AiifUMi. His witneet were not on hand ami the forward section ran bw-into A good time is ,J' -- . anticipated bv the little pnnripal owe hems that my lulnet demarxU my - ." 12 rr the iear one smashing things up generand hid attorneys procured the undivided attention. folks. C M SPOONAMOKE ally. Mr. Lasley was bruised on the 2. ff 'A J Friday, May 30th, will e bend, shoulder and hip, but telegraphs Htaav Wrhhkn, who has played here his wife that he is not seriously hurt. memorial day in honor of the soldiers 5 nl who are buried in the cemetery. All REPORT OP THE CONDITION Uinus in "Xip and Turk" went Consolation, his pot --. o nicer, was skinned are requested to furnish (lowers for decoor from bad to wnrM'and became iiinnager considerably and several other horses w THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, rating their graves. Ceieniiiiies will be of nn I'ncle Tom's Cabin Co. It played r. weie more or less injured. AT ST1XIDRI), held at.' o'clock at the cemetery. last in Louisville touiiierable r. Mr. T. Yates Hud-o- n Wiikv the charter of Bow land was has told his In the state of Kentucky, at the cl of buine then Hairv skijiptnl, leaving p.ibsed by the Legislature at its session firm near Camp Itobinsou and will go to .May 17, 1I00 the actors m the lurch. H 2. o r. n two years ago, prohibition prevailed in Louisville to reside. He was living in Kr.soi'Kcrs. 3 "Has the Legislature ready adjour- this county and a clause was inserted I nUILVtllit 'It t li. ittii. if tJ Inq.rlni.n . i I.mm nd li.ounu ,,. . . , . ....fttt.oo S; ned" nsked a solicitous gningur the oth- prohibiting the trustees from granting .miss Jennie Ntiter, of tins place, lie Overdraft-- , cured and unccurtU 7,959 ;6 er day. "Yet, the papers say it let go liquor license. An attempt was made to thought to follow farming, but has recent- V S. Ilond-- to secure circulation jo,oooto Tuesday nt noon," we replied. "That lepeal that clause and fix the license Stock, securities, judcint,claim-(,tteU. v; X (7,691 00 nt ly changed his mind. 7 Iuu from approved rcxrte agents may be, but I'd a heap rather 6,64 05 someof Ethool commenceSI50, but it seems that Judge BreckinAsthetimo o Due from other National Dank N VI 4,4 i body from there with the good news," ridge failed to get it through the XT Senate. ments is drawing near much talk and Due from 5tate Hank and flanker-.f'39 17 n W continued the doubting Thomas. The result is tiiat the town will receive anxiety is expressed by the pupils. The Kcaletutu, furniture and fixtures S.ooo 00 n are over run with woik. Current expense and taxc paid ........ no revenue and that the .4W "4 will Tin: census enumerators for this L S. Bond 9Sf 77 Kvery school girl has to have a new Premium on Check and other cash hum district are Judge.L A. Lytic for flourish all the more for it. 06 3 dress and try how pretty she can look. IlilH of other Dankn. Xo. and JUi. Alford for Xo. '2. They Sio"o Thk Middlesboro sales are progressing There will be more graduates this year Fractional paper currency, nubels and will begin work June I'd. H. It. Cam-nit- z very satisfactorily and are largely attend from Centre College than usual. 10S Ea has lnen appointed to the Mine of- ed, especially from the Xew Kngland .Spticie SALE. 7,5i oS COMMISSIONER'S fice at Hustonville and Mr. I'aker at States. The tlrst day saw '2M tender note ......... .. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ,JI5 no lots sold Kcdemption fund with U. S. Treasurtr Lincoln Circuit Court. Highland and It. Lee Davis at Crab Or- publicly forSlKO.KH and it isconlldently Schepard, Plfl., v S It. Arnold, Deft. Nichols S percent, of circn atlon Mrs. Mattie Carter has withdrawn 1,350 CO Sale Equity. chard. believed that Sl,000,000 worth will from the race for superintendent of Total llywrtue uf a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit change handH during the week. The 70 Court rendered in the aboo st)lcd case at its i59.9 Mil, Aktihk, of the Middlesboro Town schools. March term, 1890, I will on I.IA1III.ITIF.S. there Co., denies over his own signature that Stanford holders of property Mr. I). Is". Williams must have start.. $ijo,ooo 00 9t.l1, 1890, there hits been or will be any deal with haven't realired on their investments led the Legislature into adjournment by Capital Mock paid in Surplus fund '5.S3J 33 yet, but none of them seem dishearten- his lightning the I'ineville Co. He says the Ameriwork. He left here Thurs- UndKided protii At 11 o'clock a. m., or thereabout, being the first 7,oo 3S of tho June term ot the Lincoln County Court, can Association limited and the Mid- ed. A private stle of a lot corner of 19th day last for Frankfort to pass a charter National Hank Note oumnndinjr .... 4J.OOJ OO day in aiamoru, rsy., sell to ueiore inc tne ni ehest bidder at public ojitcry the followine dlesboro Town Company, nor either of nnd Cumberland Avenue is reported at for Rockcastle turnpikes. Bill was in- Individual drpoMtf. mujt-c- to check. 03.4a 9 Demand certificates of depo-.ior so much thereof as descri bed property $."S5 a foot, the highest price yet realized 4ik 00 them, have no feason or desire to enter troduced and passed in the House Satur- Due to other National Hanks.. may lie necessary to pay plalntitls debt or$i, 320 10 10,064 13 in the Magic City. witn 6 per cent, interest thereon from May 35th upon any such trade. day, went through the Senate Monday Duo to State Wank and banker, 49 80 1S87, until June 9, 1890, and fjoprobable costs of Nctet and bill rediscountcd aj jfo u thi action, amounting to about tw Hkiikutkk a Dkmociut. Mr. W. L. and was enrolled Tuesday morning. First, a Tract of Land situatedin Lincoln Co., Thk learned gentleman, who repreSaturday evening a pathetic Kv ,011 the w iters of fishing Creek, and adjoining total T4J9.99 sented in a very distinguished manner a Withers, who was at Liberty Monday the land of W O Henolds, Eubank, Ac, and ceremony took place at the resiSTATK OK KKNT l.'CK , contains 138 Acres more or less, couple of neighboring counties in the last, His us that Jude Itaines, who was County of Lincoln, Second, a Tract of Land containing iq Acres, defeated for tho nomination for county dence of Mr. C. C. Williams, this place, flood and t8 l'olcs, but reserving a road one rood Legislature, amused some of the passenl.John.l McKuU-rtof above named wide on S. K. corner to stake corner Said tand between Mr. Iticnard Welsh and Miss cahier liank, do solenml) uwr that that tho aS.e gers and disgusted others Wednesday by judge at the republican primary Saturor second tract adjoint the lands of J S. i true to the let of mv know edge and day, is very "hot in the collar" and Mary Kelpittnck. The bride has been &c and is also on the waters of Kishing "a hugging and a kissing of n woman." JOHN J .tkOIIKKrS Caeluer Creek in said couniv and State. sweais by all that is holy he is forever very low with rheumatism of the heart sale will be made on a Lredit of six, twelve Subscribed and urn to before me th. 37th d. Our informant says he never witnessed and eighteen months, lionds required ot the pur W M. HKIl.HT. done with that party. The judge has and is not expected to live. The couple of May, ioo mi much amatory doings in public. ihasers with approved personal security and Corrttt allM held the office for one term, during had been sweethearts for some years hcirini; iniereMt at the rate of 6 percent, per anI S H Kitr, num from date until paid uith alien upon the W Directors Tue. Xi.r week will prove a great one for which he gave pretty general satisfac- and they decided tn have the ceremony laud until all of the purchase money is paid and . A. I.Alk) , perfoi ined ere it w.9 too late. having the foneaml effect of judgment. tion and this with other reasons made the young people. The l O M. DAMSON, The Fish brothers have arrived from hop given by the Merry Bachelors occurs him thiuk that his Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. was a cerREPORT OF THE CONDITION the South. Mr. John I'carl, of Londoii, on the night of the 1th and judging from tainty Mr. P. Xiles, the other " was here Wednesday on his way to Gai- the responses that have come to the :;00 who seems to be a R. B. W. Brown, F. THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE invitations that were tent out, it will bo secured a number of votes that the judge rard. donas McKeu.ie, J. L. Thompson and it. W. McClure arts SUCCESSOR TO .VI HUlONVILLK, the largest attended as well an the most had pledged to him and was consequentelaborate of the many noted hops that ly nominated. Judge Itaines is of court e holding down the State convention. Lit In thtateif Kentucky, at bniny.s M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, May 17, iFo. the Bachelors have given. The College worried that his friends should so for- tle Miss Kllen Sharp is in from Topeka, 511 4TH AVENUE, commencement occurs the 5th and ith, sake him in the time of trouble and be- Kansa?. W.J. New comb has returned RHSOU'KCK-.with interesting programme, and the lieving there is more sincerity in the to his duties at Galveston. Misses Ida LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. f 109,713 Sg hall will no doubt be jammed on both democratic party has cast his lot with and .Mattie Williams have returned from Loan and diM.ount Overdraft . The Nobbiest & Most Stylish .'3t 7 them. W. M. Myeis, who has made a Louisville. occasions. lloid to ocure circulation ... II, no to trMore than a quarter of a century V h from appruvtd reserve capital sherilf, and who is a e Stock ol Due at;uu J.IJI S TilEceiisus takers will ask many imper- democrat, will now 1,113 2 make the race for since Itiley Itainwater, a young mauj Due from other National Hanks tinent questions, such as "Have yon any county judge with no wanner war The family, ffW etatc, furniture and fixture 1,500 00 supportei left Tenncstee for the chronic disease and are you defective in nor harder worker r 6j6 97 consisting of mother, anil Current expense nnd taw pid than Judge Itaines on V. S. fiond 2 000 00 any of your sense or deformed in' any will prove to be. Here's iiftHriv.inls to this rnuntv hoping that he limtlw.r Check and other rath item iq Ever brought to the city of Louisville, now open way'."' "Do you own the house you live will win. and supposed for a long time the absent 3Jo uf 0her lUnU including the in or it it mortgaged, if so for how much A few days since a Fractional paper currency, mckeU and Olie to be dead. nnd who holds the mortgage V" "Were MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. gray whiskered man arrived here from 1196 KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS "i" 6,ii' " " recognized. It i t',cc,.c " ' you ever n prisoner, convict or pauper'.'" And also my own importation of English HkU Missouri whom no one r. . .. laiiilur iiaIim I ... 1... .1... l Miss Mary .Myrtle, daughter of Hew """' and so on for SO questions. You'll have u i.i iciiik uiiok ouu, ...l.iw """""" fund with 17. S. Tr,siHrer 4U..JVU and Caps An elegant line of Canes and Lyon's pioveu in Kederaptioa Fin Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand. to answer them too, or bo subject to a Sam Jones, will marry J. Fvans Mays, had drifted after the close of hostilities S per tent, sf circulation j6 y .1 th. line lino of $100 for a refusal. SEAL SKIN SACQUES, OAFS, to the West, where he has prospered. John J. Hodge, '2'2, and Miss Malin-d- a He found his mother, a brother and n lOtal.. ....... ,IMMl.tltinH.,Hil. ..... ....... ij59 93 93 e Gloves and other Kurt, a specialty. Orders Tin: Lancaster people who had set JuFrances Hetherford, 18, were made sister. He is prevailing on the family to i.unii.niHS. of city solicited, perfect satisfsctior guaranly 'Jo and -- ti as the days to hold their ono at Mr. Andrew Itetherford's Tues... ...$ jr,ooo 00 teed. Uon't tail to order a NOBBY HAT. JJyt return with him. His sister, Mrs. Mary Capital ttock paid in fair and claimed thowi days because of day. .. 10 OOO CO Welsh is at the point of death with rheu- Surplus fund Undivided profit ... tho fact that Kirksville had given thorn j.ssa 7a Joseph Leonard Giles, of Cincinnati, matism of the heart. :ablt ivery, eed and Sale National Hank notes outstanding ... 10,750 00 their dates, are very desirous that the and Mrs. Xinicy Harlow, of Hoyle. were Individual deposits subject to check. ... So,a8o 9J Hustonville association shall hold their married here a few days ago. Hotli had Ihe Hon. UicK narren is going to Due to other National Hanks J.188 J HEX fair a week earlier. Mr. 'P. A. Klkin, of stood before the marriage altar before j lmve trouble when he goes home. Sev . "8 Si59.9"5 Garrard, accompanied by Messrs. I. M. but the strange part of the business j8 'ral days since he passed a bill through lotal STATK OK KENTUCKY, n Bruce and O. T. Sandidge, of this place, that the woman is nearly 10 years older the House referring to "thotown of County of Lincoln. hM were appointed a committee to wait on tfYrMJVTTyBri a B cashier v the man, being past .."i years of ' ville," and yesterday he successfully put I J. VV. Hocker,swear of the above named that th above statement Hank, the otllcers of the latter fair and lequest Ke. another through relative to "the village It true do selemnl of my knuvt ledge nnd belief. to the let a change. This they did Tuesday, when J V HOCKUK, Cashier. Hon. J. D. Imboden, of Abingdon, of Stanford." Mr. Warren should know W. H. JACKSON & CO., FRO'RS. another meeting was called for Saturday Va.. married Mrs. Florence Crockett, of that there are no longer any towns or SutMCrtbed and sworn to befire me thi 36th dav i. K J'KACOCK N. V. I. Cf LONDON, KY , of May. 160a. next to consider the matter. Wo hope Chattanooga, Thursday. Gen. Imboden villages in this country, they are all ci Correct aitet Kood turnout and saddle horses always for hit Loudon I the most cotven T. I. KOBINsON arrangements will be made so as to pre- was a confederate cavalry oflioer, and ties now, just as all living soldiers are on reasonable terms Director. lent point on the railroad 10 resch pUcr in th J. I'. IllftK. vent a conflict. KtiiVD of ihe tldte An OHV, in the mounttin since the war has taken a deep interest j captains, majors and colonels, the pri- W 7:-r- .. ' ' xl IShTJET bar-rood, e ALLEN & Johnson bow-legge- d t, ' ad-dre- For Sale , bow-legge- d, j Twenty IluiUUng Lots FORT jajies b. Mccreary s . SALE! 1 I I uiiJ -2 of firt-cla- post-olli- ce 2 fri-- VV to-da- y .... ITotioe. n ' lni as Jen-ulttg- Declines the Presicleiievt Turn-pil.1 dpt-'im- t re-m- id w- Sf- -lt To-da- 1 ev-r- 11 tok busi-uusHai- id o ... I i . st-- e . . bar-roo- ms dress-maker- s inng-isteri- nl 9- 1 l A-- 111 Jlonday, June coun-iioutc t, t t m m mat-ria- ge 7 1 , tjtt-mehe-'- Hen-dri- ik, '' I I semi-annua- .1 j4-j- w can-didat- e, wire-worke- r, GEOGEGHAN, true-blu- K.-j- step-fathe- . i '""" ,, ID J ATS, world-reuown- ed out-tid- . 1 ', 1 Dan-tha- I ( I ZJMMm 5 j sr-ti- on ?LJi .ja-- . wsa ?SSSi rinr f -- r .. . -- y T BaU'lVF'litr !j. J ' gjjU ' ' !i! V " j - rl ,T. VyT "'Siy"'' o Semi-Week- ly d InteriorJournal Whom Should Wc Elect For School Trus- WAYNESBURG. K. Sallee has been at Flat Dr. Itock about two weeks and will probably locate there at a salary t)f$l(H) per month and neighborhood practice. Several funnels not done planting coin yet. The cross tie business is on a boom. Can see 10 to l'J wagons unload- ing at the same time. Contracts eloie tees? To the Editor of the Interior Journal. Tlu time is now at liiiiul when each ii. intmly received opinion that any one nj, L. & N, LOCAL TIME CARD. i. who can vote, or who has a house full of rtam Mail train coins North re lis16pm children is eligible to the otlice. Hut it South Higher qualifications 1150pm is all a mistake. Express train " South ' " " North... 37a are essential, or that desideratum so elol, Local Freight North .6301m Sj9pm quently talked of, namely, a higher South fi!ret passengers $B0, Money Due when Mnre Prove The latter trains alo carry Chiri standard of education w ill never he at- scribes the lecent primary election of its Mambrlan NIK dam o The above it calculated on standard time Solar with Fotxl. llljr. dam ol Hircitor t aHam FAN tained. It is only those who are inter party: "Men weie bought like sheep time is about 10 minutes faster 17, 'l'homduk- j Onoard 'sV, hi of ih, 'i .til. Trial i ii'j a tear d Nrril j , Joht 1' liync t 41 llo"ti t t ! inotil. ue nf Niiltti"! Wrde ested iu a scheme who push it too (Inish; and hogs and the money paid over at bj Hon ranklin. son of flarr.se. too of Kear llelmont llov m Tied rihur i n ami 1 1586. nauhi. ,Vi lien Kranklin'a dam by Jahnsofla and only those who are in sympnthy the polls in plain view of everybody. d danffhlers in be ' j. Iil ai BOGLE MISS Copprnottom, ad dnm by Smffriwr, son of it dam Heme Kinsead by Cmnraiinr '( with, and in principle for a broader and Numbers of white and black men ll MKF1 Sir Archy, son ttf Imp. Diomod I'AI.AIUNK fu of Dr. est i isS Is a Candidate for re ileitiou to the ortl- e of SuAbdallah Mnmhnno irises rate horse quail! Inn id dam full slsier in l Munrosi of knowledge Illy lliimbletnman 10, 1an l.j Aaierlian Sisr Schools. Eleition hrst more extensive diffusion .'. perintendent of ttnr- oll'eied themselves to the In the rolls thai he has protlm-rMtMriM-- , sire ofMninw Clucf if,. Kilts', ti . .Monday-iiisiist next dam PfiCHAItONTVS, b Ainiri. an Clay j os of extreme peil, contact and Irs el heada. with entrusted with our schools, or highest bidder. 1'iices werestiH'through should be '' ia, N'o horse In (Mieof iheilams of i in thr .0 list, t in iUu inn t Lmly Monroe .', M..nr. Chief the stamirui to stand hard r amine ' l tin iu Kiheis u the government thereof. The trustees out the day, ranging fiom $1 to SI, ac- Kanluck) has cmwn lm potlanly isotp tapidlj-thabv C M Clay, Jr liref the dama of 10 In lisl. iu's. King Jim W. he Uu mn hat J) I1KI.MO.MCIIIKI is are viitually the guardians of the chil- cording to the sue, age and condition of jHtduch. and wuh theIfwait want aofhoie with jrtamMAHV ANN.hs Alesands-- s AHdullah 11, INI horse, p..s. . notoeiety s.mi lux rare smsswtry n form and beaut), an nfihe dams Is a Candidate to represent Lincoln county in the dren in their respective districts; and then bread to Alxlallali ' hi easy itictionless the voter and the humor of the buyer. iron rlad Kinstiiution el (.'real d.iHi nroslurer 4nd j.ir etc sun of nf Jerome ddy t iei7, ravvmi bhmd lines, there n.was of going ami liitjr- - i Iambic Ionian to 15, Constitutional Convention a He Mamlmao. reason, with i;oloi mav bv their sanction give to or take Snuui ilinif fi.Unvvu u lm miiltit fnuk in some da ssill be a noted Hfotont sir I'ODIW". i a seal dro n, years old, .. lunitm, he should n..l besom the rna hands, fin stjks, liandsuairlj mnostnioHcd and Creai sir and illustrious bmtkors and .i.in . place bull the market were bought at Sl and! from them golden opportunities scry HronsisinK II comhsne. the Will make the season of t " i SlOO, With Koturn PrlvlloBo. rross. barltad b) Aseaaadar s Ahsltllah McKinrMPV Ky , at R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. them under a good or a bad instructor, en- Sill and they were regarded as cheap at andahnuVd pioducc sital sfsred and rrmarVaMe courage or discourage them; or to sum it that Whisky was used in the greatest Ilia descendants ate CfTtsin lopios nduranca $30 the Season, DENTIST. real, tsuth upon thi track and in the sin J up more succinctly, make or mar their profusion and there were fully 100 drun513 1. House, future lives; for it must be home in mind Offiteon Main street, opposite Tortitian $20 to Intsttro .1 rn ri With tinken men on the streets. Decent repubSUE!) It I'RINCEP S A I'lisi rr. for painless upstairs. Nitrous Oxide tins male. that the schooling received in the com- licans were completely disgusted ami a By Woodford Mambrmo Jiii M,ratinSSTANVOR!. KENTUCKV. s' i ) cm mon schools is often all that many chil great many declared that they would i dam l.( IT n F. J 8. b y HambhKoaian in (sir of 'IVUphone to all uotals Maros rnl rn the by I'rinctps, demisa shures d. m ol 1 rinket , the 4i t stciali. Maro graced at foe per dren ever get. Oo trustee"! think of never go into another primary unless it a iS, bs Priiuepn, lirernlandfr ijW bv Pnu i ash (limd tare taken of ilixl, but at uwnrt's DR. W. 13. these things '.' Hut let's go fuither. A was regulated by law. It was a ruiht in reps. I'riitcelon wis, hs lrineeps. Earl inH, risk. Mares hred to my sunk and then hied to by I'nnceps the trustee (the chairman at least must which money and muscle tried to curry i dam Mollie dam of K.rth Peani i?. Lottie j j") othei stuck, finfeitmoney due eMares breU elui part-wua the in.nrin by Leu Nland lllak llawrk t, i. ewd t .1 ura hasr a od Irui k and nase eiur! ibe seisi make reports and sign them, elect a the day, and decent cituens who went wi.lsia-ia my s al M Kn of Prlnet" i .erandsire of so srilh rei i cof Sam Colburn and I I', i.ray. boil men . an ibtrr j i Office South side Main street, in office recently k.iI drern i llahnu with H eseneni.e, who will be pit ir ot n, i urds beluw i teacher and contract with him, and visit into it had either to go out of it or be .! Iu bandle yi'iit vacated by, Dr. I. K Huffman. Stanford, Ky i fu imtIi inner lo. k fir you the school and encourage the ardor of come, for the time bultiir. loughs, ami re-- 1 ' m ' Impoite.l .bue h"a fur ale '""'1" "" '"" ' Hm '' Srnd fur rard of rtlendeit pnliurre. eli Cot the children. Now should a peison who ceive and give knocks and culls in the t dam b m,bi,ii VERMONT, respondent, e stslii ited a cannot read and write be made a trus- iHssrnceful scramble." Ily Gill vni, ni he pedigree of iUi n . tee" I answer no, for how could he do I hase removed my offiie to mv residence, oppo Bucklen's Arnica Salve the writing incumbent upon the chaii-- l Id. site Kemale College, here I will bv found at all for best man when he should become such'.'. The hL ,.tab m the world u.t..& t.ul, brm.es, HfC.H KK1I). t.mes I hasa atl.led ni'M " Ky Ir I' H Liijill s st.noo Ibl Iu. a .4ti ,!,. I...... fair., wjiinaand horr to iaihi irtiir rSni. H.i lHotl one ol th? la !r jt !' Hid .V rarri un.l.ir,: t.rr.l. wr, ieii."e Should U thriftless, VICIOUS, irresponsible ped hands, chilblains, torrs and all skiu erup My lier husiue... pi I ikii . irjt ant' none in thi e tn I.oaau U.lcrl rt Ias turnouts on sbirt tionsand nositiyely cure piles, or no pay reuuir i i. .. . .. , i .iuni.--i uu Dr. A. S. terloo Ir month nwue isu Irfdu . ly tie .ii .: Jiursuii ut- mam.-- .1 uusii-i- . i.......... il ilm lv I Hi " retuntletl a. Whether or money;,aranteed I,, L'ise perfect wti.lactior. speiiiltt .a rrue ' 5 teni per IIURVOMi K ana Training Stable. iaTrB,i,.o:.r:hand.h.., tor What WOUltl It matter to him ureaKiiiff SL'RGEON DFNTIST. J niit.1.1 r, t ily s ati I'or sale by A K Penny, Stantonl, Kv Ana lree.tr a n .. h.ir. .. " Office on Mam street, oier W II. McKoherts' it teacher was hired who had the good of U.L..t L. .... ii ii a will slant! at lie njir niman Drug store, Stanford. nomitrkablo Roscuo. the children at heart, or one with onlvi ewrt in ih lituine nan1 bi rate. . serr I1 "ii' Mrs, Mithael Curtain. IMaintield, Ilnu- ,talelt;ellt rS ia' Ir tne hi n a har .It r .trOUage. $G to Insure a Mare in Foa! the nliingiit uoiiar in his wh,th smie.' tha, ,h. tHUi.ht loj, W. R. CRESS, COUld PUcll an individual, who perhaps htrlun; ai" was treated for a misnili ly her W aierbw, ... Jr is a sery dark , tauuly phssuian but urew worvr. He ubl her line mane and tail. suupattly formi-dCarCS little for llIS Own Children S edUCIt- and that he svu.a'hopeles sutim of h high, baii4 l REAL in sisi and a. Ik ' Her druggist prtliicer nf imitiinrl hore.. perlntly ttOIl, DOOXpeittaiOlOOh Uliei lliat nf HIS nomedicina t.ould,rtureher New Oistotery suk King's lor ce.,ed ,hcu0f iispoiiHin and a urc f..al ill neighbor's children? Yet I know men Consumption, she bought a bolile and to her de Barbourville, Ky., he . Iiiht found herwelf benefited from hrst dose (standard Kul ' Has fur sale ome ot the tlm.ee nrouertv m the Who cannot read Or Write serving as continued its use and after taking ten U.illes she $8 to Insure a Marc in Foa! Correspoudeiite booming city of llarbourvillc. trustees. I know men who think agreat fc'.!'"?!' !,n r?" 'I be akosc elegantly bred burse, oil! make th ulieitcsl. (hire n1 ,oiiii,-- La-miWa seswonof fixtures than trial hollies of this (ireat Disco.cry it A K I'en- - caaur on ikosl Maples, twotmsy arillfrom tesisydi by Mack aullisssy, iV hMtslsktch. fVsahr'i iu,. bsra deal more about ftlMifsyrd plko. whM bo A tioldasnilh. OraasncossMy. New Wk AS. G GIYKNS. ns's ilriii: tor: lartf baHllos soc and si. WM.AVKKS J JACKS ALL WELL BRED, Sirsysf by Casurtar at any tims ready lo .ersa nsaras. they do of the fixtures of their district st dans Waamm Matd, by Woburn , .1 Happy Hoosloru school building serving us trustees. In 11, 'I ls I year. III. S.t. Jt $(J .l,l , (Tko daai olCarsee, a:iM) ARTItl It 81MS,oi. I...1..B.... AY.RES & G EVENS, .,-..a ..I t ..tails, .wu.M..n, $8 sen eatm 'lis bt n t I,, ilc.l Ifl. I llSailU. OO...OT.ttl ui end dn by a Maasknae hoewv -- Kieitnc timers ha done more for m short, I know men u ho take no interest I r tl tn'l .' r.i Hy Gn. Knox, record a i. with u in 1 a cats yi daaa by Masahrino ilmnyw Law, for Mares Attorneyd common school district in this county AT will 1e called upon to elect trustees for SV5 PER YJCAR.iy ADVANCE another school year, ami we ought to ask ourselves seriously, what kind of MrWhen not so paid $2.50 will be charRed." trustees shall we elect ? The common school laws do not name any particular (jinilillcations, or needful requisites to he K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ' hv a trustee, excepting age, rrturninp Train leaves Rowland at 7 00 a. residence, Ac, consequently it is the com- 5:30 p m it e po.-seas- d Published Evory Tuesday and Friday Maple Shade Stock Farm.l I Regular jwiikes u . . E. P. FAULCONER. Faia.looriQr, Boylo County, Abdullah luiubrino 371 tlllc 1 Kentucky. lai - - 1 . . . in thr J to list ,1am Primrose, " "e."n'r Alrsander s Abdallah in tli? I'niud I June 1. 1!A KI.OCK lint hnrs s st.tral.f. itl. b.atl. Oolt. Mk ' 1 If U)iu..liir .Unit nil tint 'lltli "I v.... -- f high, 1 impact I y built, strong hone, sura foal letII-- .... ... . . l J IU?, ter and ,.IIIC ornc.M- -- J .1 '04. 1 trotted over I 17 his is the fourth wife Mr. N heeler has Maine 11 , , v.-a- r old. . Keller jj,w, nml vv rxpe. t Mm to lull trm k to t Pall in Full Lien retained n cislt til! toe r i r m n trot this n Soto iMiburied. This one left him with two Ouininc tlam ii L liarlt-l- on t . T,.1st I norntnn is Ilisprodute are large and fiHe. and like I'.ranhy piad Mare(rardid .n ie-"- rrsiapr len . .V. ' I .Ally I ana tne nis iay 1 he will make a noble mats on our good marts In p visibility f r a ilkieHioiil Wawnnu Si(mii Nil ,ts, this SL'ition, J T I AMI, children one ami two years old. Mmnge W elvphone 2 I 1 Mini 111. k i 40 anil others Three of the who've I - m real vnlne in that old men will marry young women record were made in in 1SS8, thu-- remaiamii tvn thnlhe he represents his pednrrrv individual the fact Is. of merit, weicmade in ill). luiso uncestors on htih sides were both star and stranirer still that young women will BV ALU NT mid producers il horses that touM the main old men. louteaml set the money and Haiclotk's tolls 1 he dnm of dam I. Lads Majolica j jt bv fisws gnui mare will do likewise lltown Chief 411 1 in of Majaie j vi and the 1 Im Hi a u damsnf Alumont 1 iftV, Lad) Majolisaa.., The Somerset Republican thus de11 Prinirtu lias K Dark bay. 11 hmU Hah. weir lit Foalad J hoc, i"5 II V CLAY WILKr.S ll-e i W.ll.es ha ky ll)Hk tuns .in .4unr Cirst dam bv Kular; he hv b. ri'iis Ka;nlar Wilkes w as fine paitcsl i. Ton nu in the W ilkn family lie has Ii.ei handled for speed but can et fa-- t ilyn it my b.imr t Hr mil make the miles fiom Hustonvillaan Dunslllepikf at nrr M $10 to Insure a Living cla it, Belmont Chief 8689, I - .i, 1 1 KATE I'odiuc . I t d Thaj-ius- J 1 i V I . 1 II. MILLER I h.t-- - r I I I i . i llaml4eioiiin-MM-CIm- iv Ilavclok I i i I 1 I A stes-k- PENNY, Dentist. d 2 Horses and 3 Jacks. I . I ! i, Min-r- .' -- ' rik-i.tn- Ib-r- k REMOVED! 4 . j , - REl'HEN I Iivory I StaTslo. . C. CEOW i WATERLOO, JR., l , ' 4&SB? PRICE, .. - - a a V. -- i' i o m . ( 1 . i iiTriiienie;-?riri.vr!- ee. - 111 , - , Arthur Sims, 3041, Wyandotte, i . l.r-- ESTATEAGENT, 'l , 5526, Ed Barlow, 2375. 1 1 1. : r V ' bar-ioo- 1 .1 i. . .at , 327 Fifth St., ioi yr -- - - Louisville, Ky. Shrese IIuiIHiiik JAS. G. GIVENS FRANK. MAK1MON GlYEKS IF il The reckless extravagance of this nd- At $10 tO InSUre a Livillff Colt. $12.50 to Insure a Living Oolt, ministration is causing a leeling ot tin- - Sound andaD right. Will not b allowed t.. ,. easiness uinoniz conservative memi.ers ol ,, , jlo ureni.um for tne W1i , M..ir mlare mare that are sot regular brweders wnrss (ioveriunent revenue Congresn. csj ass.1 Jy.s. lor th ast hor. Town Lots. Ciul, ir m and l"nnir Lands bouulu The ol rUJ Bar Isen the toll tomes, mar stdtl or tran.l irc.i UI he held nn all until paid r Or sold oil. Commission. CortC'.pondi'iKe ct s" shown Manlun' the hrst UiHst '$" in tcta(Mr,. ... n..in my from all sources for the year is estimated Dewriptsnu an ' I'rJiirree -- Hamsun l inr solicited yi.ntig .. k Is s ird sorrel , slai tl. . haiiH. , lot m lir y ' treanury depaitmeut at M 100,- year old l.i. tpriiig ha un and nm.i f l JOE EMBREE. i. by Mamaon Chief, he by (lark Cbiet, t,t M 000. while the regular appropriation ,... or I ad) horn j iv Hi. ,Ui,, ie, the da n will crve .. few ...,.i inures at ...j. , bills, exclusive of the department pen- Hanker ? " 1 he f """ a ihk "ii J.e isMerrj ja. i yrarM 1. iun 01 bya soo iol alton' dam Mam. m Chiefa I, Mauibnn lir mil .f mn MT. VERNON, KY. of $ l.Vj,. cinb,r. "J sion bill, call for an expenditure 1. hai .1. bh and of by Alfsaader's AbUiUli. nl . m by Mine ki sty le and at Ii .n. IV) ton KmbMr.ofl.lM he hy Uld Lesmglon, 3. dam l. Nssshm 1 .j ' and other appro Hotelis still maintain Tli is old and J. A. Cm item.. '000,000. Mbcellaneous "In ouniy, aiiil ha- - a double m of Inn I'oiIm lllil.nt.ny- isall .v Itt A lien retained on nn all tolls till ihe ... ii,., inc its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spedtoi i. rfn. i . .aL ju.Mislirii!. ilh lb.am priations will i mi these figures up to . dam pail NI ne due w ben ibe in t toine t ' mir - cruiiupr. HUBBLE. ""cial attention to thr traveling public. leaving a deficiency of f!i7,- If .SlUlV lllllDl. S5 uirlftluilh ' ' Mr II Wilwin fcf (imI jtla, ky 'ni,) AI. I' NKWCOMI1, Prop., i nn Staniorii. Ky citnimnert gelding, a lull Li..ii n ,,t M.iriv q -- Green Ihight bought 2o 000.000. No provision is made for pos- Ml. Vernon, Ky, s,a...n w,.i m,u 1(mtrtM( ld also jr , ior li.euo,mho ml J Inn otfcnrs at ii.JV. M uppiopiiutions for coast deienses, thepresmt ean at Or v v Logan'- i,mm cattle of I lob Snow at I5A. Frank Holtz-isibl- e gelditi s '"t iicmkn we anoint' r commnea mu-.,, OI.UrriMiii .siiiiciiss llic iii iuinisr mu ine nieen 01 nut piiH any Mhcr stallion - t',ey r claw left Tuesday for his home in Mis- - the direct tux bill, il lit UllH-- UlilllL'in t. .,,,.,.., MHight aflei than . ..... ..:.i. ... .... Trulv- tin. tii.iwiirtr ' l..,t Waterlon i tanj ..r.. .. ..1 hilcr,'prKe ihanans other stallion ........ jle.inptK and Pedigreehuh. sselifh. i.auolfs , Diiiy uu us ui...... ....... " hands WEdTHERFORD HOTEL sure foal some months. 15. F. KiiLdemnn bus on is oiirn: on with the dunce, and let the matfinhtent tyieand action and is My Sj. I. ml ui ui,g SadiHt IjIh IIUS'ION'VILLE, KV. Helter, hm proueny somhining speed and tint .. r i.;.. :. 1... Itciord i jfsApril i i.:i.:.: ni 0. qunlitie. lie t:iiniiiiuii iiifre suuio niniyy iiicrrit'a ui nis jirunv ii im- jiiit.-i- . lms saddle Richelieu; he byHas a res. ro 01 he by Mambnao Chief, Uei Ily HAROLD, wis ol alaud S., retord i P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. own raising weighing o. each. i. . oS. hy MarahriHo PaymaMer, he by atambnno; h A Child Killed. and tit more in the jo list. ! ,.. turn Mmiaht.! Uright returned fiom Mitldlesboro quite Having loused the abovr hoteltefitted and reAnother child killed hy the use oi opiates gisen lust daw olandp dnm af nba, re. nrd a tV) by Hay Messenger; he by first dam Helm mare e Ily IILI.MON l.asit-opleased with the prospect of the city in tbe form of sootlun; syrup Why mothers guc llarpinua. hv by llambletonian; be by Imp M-rfurnished, am prep ired to accommodate the Ni.iwu..J, isy.. Will malelbr tato f 1 at my sta (ooJ He sold his hay in style Kati reasonable ioioii l"iil. while theie, delivered their children auctt neanlv child of isitssurprlsiac taKr, id dam ltcd Bird by Cannon hip, he a dam Young Portia, Livery and Sample attached peculiar when they can rel use the VdamT bs ' 7J. $10 to Insure a Living- Colt. at Stanford, for ."0 cents per cwt. A:. rouble hy 111113 lr. Acker s Hany toother. It 5. Si! ate!5r Dam of a MlHHOMika a no opium or morphine hold by A. K. .uar,l.t Imn. I)imd.. Has Me.ner . dam ' i? in ?'""" "' (tile ."record a iitm 17. iitucni McfJarley sold to Win, Ulackerby some contains was oi.t of a full bio fled Messenger mare .Hid by I'enn) Dam of Childc llaroln, Money due when the cult i foalnl nr In recoid la imp uociia'nam 1ULEV HOUSE, shoals weighing ll'." pounds at !!. S. K. yt4 psuco WIIB Is Life Worth Living? Kirheliru was the most fashionably brad trol('randdamofConHaught siraol Clonwsoii i ftjtt llagle Hanmark 1. a beaniiful aeal brow w Owsley is talking of moving back among Not if you U' through the world, a dyspeptic. ling horc in Amenta and the winner of moit ubu j;' F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, uu, lliuugs l IHcaw luvli w premium and purses than any utharhnrwciu Ken II)lirand damn! Dr. Acker's I) yspepwia Tablets ar a positive MAMI1KINO CllllCl.si.e ot Lady Thorn c inuu mamiaii prmt; has never been lunillr yanra oai tins us. Kichard Alexander lias begun sell-J- '' lucky. the worst forms ol dyspupma, indieestioa, record 118. - ,..v. .nwn iw nitS, OWI SC IS IOl Ot alts n (London, Waurlos dam by Helm's Yorkshire; he and constipation, tiiwrantecd and sold by illL' liis striiiylierrios sit (L" rents it- p, irallnn. . ..- the best proatwtt a producer l .ad. lie an Wrkshire, daut by Weisigvr'. Itelahazar; 3 Dam I'ortia.bv lUII'.lll tk. combined hurvsa in this nail nl the Si.ir I have mosed to my new . 1. 1,1,1, .,.,) f.., ,,!!.. ..... fic!ti,ti lib A R Penny. Hotclimd am better I It iii dam by Kosuth ; yd dam the led roan mare , Dumb) YVIItPP. .,, lit- wassirwd by On Time, ha bvStonewil It. k .iiiiiiua mil, iinuiii .iiv liriuiit prepared than ever to ac onimodati tbe public; Lee. wned by J Iteliii and jllcrw.ird hy N Do I'he above record is no mraurc nf hi. spaed; sjood I.ivery altatlii'd andesery Is. I.. de- sssa.Mn) w atklttjiioti Uennsark. He by ha.. IlltUStlllS week. look Iltlllble Guarantee Dr.We Can and Mixir. for has Wjterliowill stand at we eipett him to to under sothis I'.ul. Acker's lilood sired. Give ine a call. VAOO will make the season on the larm uf W and Crit r.uhanks are at MiddU'sboiO been fully demonstrated to the puephMtt ihistoiin1st dnm hy son ol AlcaastaVr's Norman KA. n. Kll.tl . 77 S Hume A Co., NiUr I'rt.k. Ky.. s miles fttim rytli.it it l superior to all ether preparations lor $15 to Insure a Living Oolt, ail dam one of the heat load mars csei iu t looking after their property. G. I ood diseases It U a positiyo cur tor syphilitit Un bin mil cm the ani aster turnpike, tral Kentucky and pimplus fi will also stand at the s.trrtpl.nf mv fine J.ul, is in I niiioville bnviiu' raus nml pononnu, ulcers, eruptions the w.0e k,era Bd thoroHghi) huihls up tho In the.e vedirer y.41 will And rt.y.l bieetln mantles for his new house. Tom Fish is constitution. A. u. Penny and in thrse sUllsun. you will.ee 1nd1w.lt, Hit oldest ci.lt s arc nminy; two selling out to leave. He has a sow and mri neauis ana to none DILLIONS SWITCH, KY. A Duty to Youmolf. W ill ,r ire mares at to ieni per At) and will Jcur mare, wberr Ihey will be lir., peril t are Sen M. tills. Mt ! t SIO t" Insure a Litin; Coll It is sun. mini: that people will ue a coinmoii, pigs, a tlog, a seine and a bass drum to lake ill pi.sible are, but are nut re.pou-dhlfar C.'l SVSDIDt.l In- -Dry mar. is parted with Me Dealer when a valuable liniweanins ordinary pill when ihey can dispone of yet and when sold he will go lislione for the same money.lecure Acker's Eiu'li.li ' a bruwn jack with w. lit points. yvara dd m June ati ulrnt or estape T s IH KVM X CO Dr. Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps sired by Allen's to his mother and sister iu Louisville. pillsareatKsitiie cure for suk headache and ail nd "tl WW haitsU h;h lilt I NC SDDI LSIALI.ION. In er trouble.. They are small, sweet, wliily uken "!' V,,lum hL"b K,,'s ,Vll,l'KinK"t,1,l:l7, ",uck. l Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, Queens, sired by Phillip; Satin Jennet; she Wheat in this locality is very cheaty. and do not gripe, for Micky A K Penny. ware, Furniture and a dam by MorccasMe, he by Jim Porter, I his Jni k . tho sick Mrs. U. I Uright has iitinincr 01 111s iiinicu a Can't Sloop General Lino ilts have Groceries, list, but is some better.been onHarrissold U the complaint of thousandsNights Iroiu allf iinh iirotctiwild for the niisiirceiit'r timemart- purled J10 at stestnin: Sam sullorm; foaled or Money tine when It t? ....... f ma, consumption, coughs, etc. Did you ever try with Lu-- rel.utietl lillinouey is uiil AllkimUof Produtu taken in exchinae for xoods. sold home of the corn of Iiis brother's Dr. Acker's Knslish Remedy f It is the best IMauiUril ,. a ru h Mahogon, bay. Koaletl Mas 87 3 P W I.OCAN, Owner. it Sold on a known for .ill Iun;; troubles. Postoffice, l.nin;ston, Ky hands high, heat iiMnc estate to the Stanford Mills for $U.'J," per tfai t.ul, positive guarantee at arc and 50c by A. R Penny " " ' alid fan. , m bih a natural ami pleasant t, Hay stallinn, black points, lytj ,,rfl,u. high, foals.iddltr barrel delivered. E. A. White is break- breeds fanty nml when .iii.tly driven in name go, like a milter He is j style n b .1: lf2lI2IdA.IiS'S "WEXiXi.fL ing his usual number of young horses a A ScitK DrTnovKit Foil Uats. Make sides to ihe third iS; Daisy I., a to; King trial 119, .Ma- .... I, lilt. ...1. u, , I....1.generation, is baiked by til., r . circle about 18 inches iu diamctet; -- I... this season and is an excellent hand to v... ..uin .tmn, inasing nun very a. tit ry Lou, ear old trial 1 iu and live more that Sunsoti openl Juno ltw.th a tiraud Hop on ..nu . migiiiiy in gait: in lorm and finish a perfe I nay r,aied H10111 ,0r iikh Urn J' () ilOIlll,Oint-Keducrsprinkle com entrnteii lye aroiimi tne cir- - S86 Muiiion, if lum'i Kazlo; att April Coo- nave snnwn trial ai i jour liettur all in l.i.t vth model He was sired by Suntpter Denmark, ht Vridayove, Juneao. Dante tailed at I 30 sharp. ' "l His dam which is lertamly wonderlul lor dam by . .... It 1...1 llieaii III .i center. perbottom, Ac by dray . . i .1 old l.y tiuddurd's Denmark, he .'Mill- - Cie, men put. IHU rutes for lxurd and oitaje. till July ist ry will preach lit the by (.aines.s; C'ron Ullie Hew.lssired by MesaengerCliitf, ' stallion with limited opiwitiuiiilesj by (,eo Wilkes TH rOH HOSMU H(OM Jl l. 1ST Mcssenscr Chiel, aire oi Maud Meascnserl at, sire of Harry Wilkea (!,iy ijl, Wilkes Wilkes o'clock instead of at TIlO rat Will gO tO eat the meal, his tail J day evening at l",;,.lllKtforil His first dam was sued dam Jennie hlnio 3 to; ad dam hy 3 Ijii, Red Wilkes (sire of Prince , iiU) bv Sir J'er Week t... i...,. . MIIJ, William L. sireuf Axtell. t year old recnrtli t it, Li.. . Wallace.:.In,...lit "... II... ..," Day night, as before. Joseph Swope sold his Will COIIie 111 COlltact With the lye, Which MambrinoMesi.en.:er;tddamby Manibiino Chief, sold 1. i ni .ir ..1 1... lor $1051.00 and Is the only liursc that stuuds Kiniiis dam viueri. iinnrniniii.rM.ii 1,1 i,,"n !?" Naix"'0": Stli d.un by 'Iemnest; " Meal Will hum him, lllld lie Will licklt Oil' ami ith of virK.l.iusl.y Tranby, tl,or,.ub young bay pony to Kobinson, near Dan it,., li.i cm uum uy i igi'r , nam uy uarnuuy s wio- ai i,ooo me season Cottasc Kent, per week l.io tuut.iit; witt. the Celebrated Mason's Whipp. 1, it tv ...ii 1.4,1, i, to inn,nMi inetle, Mil dam l.y Uannon Whip: irfli d.i irst dam Kliia Jane Idain nf Maud .Measelicer bre.ll he Monti Jr.,. ville, for Sib"), and Kobinson sold to Sliipp'i I'araifin. Messenger Chief was slrod hv 1 ifikl by ( iciiuh nreei sire (if Pearl a 30, dam Jlorse fed .rr Wcrk JOi Aouallah Pilot: istdam by Maitibriuo Messenger, uf Pearl Alediuni i 17. Sayo the Southern Medical World: (ieorgelii vens a family mare for some l'a dam Rivers A I SPOtlN XMClltf 33.VI "Mother's Friend" isgrowing iu lavor thtough-ou- t id dam by Mambrinn Chief, Ac He sired Maud- yeurolJ riscord Kitty on slow 1,1am of llerlle Ctrl, i TOM KOISIXSOX, money. Mrs Duncan is visiting her Messenger a iGK: Altai a 37 truck) by Alexander's ,4V Marvel j j&; Manthe South and is highly recommended by phynine a ?VA; Itoburt Ii record l 15, trial in Abdallah, ire uf (ioldsimth Muid a It, Roaliml Soil uf alla.e Deuiuark brother, J. X. Menefce. Miss Virgie sicians We consider it llidispcnsiMe to those j aiK mid other fast ones. abovt a 31, Almoiit, Ilrlmnnt, Ac. .t dam JLv M.I a they must pass through ho ,l,t lr Third dam hy Red Jacket (sire of the dam ol uuin Detiiiiark.heby 1,. i..,., .lor.c , with peo- child know Write ilradheld Reg thr , ordeul of A luanau riiot was siren by Alexander. bihl-- ' White's school closes Co All.iuta, birth. f. He! Kentucky W likes t jiU and tile irtunil il.msni ple well pleased who patronized her this O.i , lor particular. Sold by all druggists So So 317, Ltzie Wilkes a nyt, Laura llellc hla-sired Puksril 3 iS'i, Red Jim and other with heat mane and t.m.,,1 hinS.i., Alexanders Ai.ilallali sire ol Rysdyk a Ham- - a 17)4, C0111M.it sire ol Drown 3 il and Williams term James Wilmott is having the ,M ,r,,;e "ISiclT. Kentucky has L'O daily and s week- bletonuin, sire of Dexter 1 17 sired lioldsnuth a oVi Red Wilkes sire of Priuee Wilkes uf fancy hr'eede'; . '""" Maid a 14; Major F.d.all vjj.sbn .. shakes occasionally and looking quite ly jmpers. '11- .- l turn sired Phil Thompson a iif c! by Comet, son .. aiiuit: s,ut k win make i. Ihe ,IM",0!.Vi at McOrejor 1 17, sire of Itotinie MtClregor man Morgan , mv fiirni iii fr...,. . i,i,l ,w.... I IV Milln16)4, tVc, Fourth dam nn estra fast umre, supiiosed to ke tef's Station, mil...,v ,M b ii....... " C! """ V'P ...it....... ...... ......v.- !o Minnitii.h "'"1 DRUNKENNESS-TH- E 1"" t LIQUOR HAD 3 St. Kliiiu.tVc and record a j ., waa sired by Mexander'a of Abdallah and Messenger blood. t serve marcs i... tne insurance, hay baler regularly now and doing lots In nil tho World there Is but onu Pelosky njj, by George Wilkus s at, first dam Alidallah, dam aaid to be hy Imp. llellfounder,A-. V.111C1. ine sire 01 01 annte uiiiu lie seiouu itani ol .nuiuonii wvneai 3 Hi trial 16; Ajruviris. -- r ifv cure.Dr. Halnoa Golden Speclnc t? of good work. .lames Grillin is expected . t.I. r Mnkllitnp Ilt.sf u.. aln.l.. '11. ..... .irail i I. .!... .rine Wallaco raiie lacason j asyy, iriui a io .11 Tom fOf,jfULfM5t-f- 0 ' tlf?Es"l An "moon with his and if both run 111 this Uc.nli.K..na.pof,,i;oroiTe.,lihout ;,,"4 the knowledge of the person takmz it. effectuiza .,,.1 j oiliers in 1 30 and better couiu trot close lo 3 yo hy iron Cadmus, sire 01 ,? settlement thev will press up soinetliiny speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient aiut Uofcired the dams of Guy W'ikei 3 (JU ; Ilar-- I'ocanonias 3 , ivc. PAW PR0 SCSUP' RREfi DENMARK LEXEIaL, moderate drinker or an alcoholic vvrrcck. 011 Wilkes 3 i9 and the dams ic ottiori with IIRF.LK WILKF.S will mako the season ol have cured who -my place presided at Tnousands of drunkards Specific been their coffee reCords if 3 joand better of Wallace Mm.rovor Cltve! iV at1'ranchpiko ?i miles front Stanford, Ky , on Son aU, and uf Denmark, h.n.i... have taken the Golden in He will stand the season of 1800 lit our stable Uuih at fine royal blood.'wfll e'.v' mritvf v.. Iiuit drinkimr knowledge, freewill. believe they near Turnersv tile at Stock committed to mv care ,n.V if. r,vu , lr TKyrtheI8lCKKt?v!sgv Ulf "" "0Wl'r o.,.,...u....,..i, f fl .ft Von without their of their own and No harmfu- receive mvGRLMOKHGE.R'SUFrtRmSrVlllBr.HyOiDta York Thuisdav evening and sold roses effect results from its administration. Cures euar$25 to Insure a Mare in Foal, at reasonable Gra " uirntslicd n to Iu3ure a Livingrain m I.. ..,..1 Colt. T "MAN WUOfKEB fllst n5 Bho voxM mml tiieill out nt ion anteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Ad. t Vm IbilitYf, 7 stock. No 'ni.0 II T' al of dress in confidence Goi.dkn hraciriv. Co., ijj Money due when the fact Is ascertained or mare SMDriLDREEUUITORCa.ArUNTABLiiXC I! France' VnV" ItaceStreet. Cincinnati, O F.i-l-l ted with. 9 CIIAS DL'N.V J. t. GOVUIl. pat REAL, EST TE, 5 MRIMON. Pincvillc, Kentucky. 101-y- r NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. school houses. Let us elect this year not onlv men who have children and their children's welfare at heart, but if we ran. elect men of intelliirence. men abreast of the times men interested iii the advancement of education, men who realize their responsibility, and consider, the proper training of their children as their highest duty to them, to society, to their State and to their God. that bad than all other mediitnes couibu.cd, . fnimM nf uiuiauou K(ipyiii lroubi,." f(w hom kM,Br. aI.d sasae plu.e, as trustees, and SOUring Others W itll their John l.eslie, farmer and siotkman, of sue t.wt ! isi i avs : lndillerence. Of course all men are not nt-- and"iina asedu me, imicrs ate fcfl like a new nsude hvw man-- ' Uardncr, riaroware J. learned alike. Some have not had the town, sass v "Klt-ctnIhtters is iut th thing ftir Hut let's advocate a re- a man who is all run down and dnn t care whethUtilities. oppoi er he lives or dies; he found new strength, wood form in electing trustees, and I believe appetite and fell just like he had a new feawr on we will have better schools and better life. Only 31 a bottle at A. R. Penny's drug store . m I , aiaiiiniui ,,f I r.ici-irtt- v c Knot by Vagiaent and an in jt tla Hero, ni, dam Daughter uf Arthur Sena' iM dam, I. ads Arthur, u by llourtusn Chief, sua ol Lady Maud 1 and many other good ones and Is s Ha ss a out of Lilly Arthur, ihorawghbird. hand- - high and ha pro tan hitaaelf lay ij', a fine breeder t ill stand at hand-vmv- lin $20 by the Insurance. V II sw lamtgsassJltaBi I . A.NrHHTh, ikNay yys' dam of Artillery t iS. nU Mude.iy j by .vnstrican star, 11; jooam nv isertrau.i Woburn, hy llambsotonian. dam Mis L'oolei. bv Talaaratih 101 . am' dam ol .eo. C aisle y, be priday lid Harlow will Hand at mv mM. Irrns Stanford oa the new While fuk and Ih Riser urnpike. near Utwlderar's Mil I aslelar, looi by Volunteer, ss, sire ol t Jul sen t aiVi. ate ; isi dam alias .S'jdirw Ut Ham mond, son 4 Potter1 a tlay, sd dam Hells Star for at t uler i.eps n , .'i .e I Itr IV I i, (, 1111 t MI INKI M l I i.N W i 1 ;;Xi;: Harrison Chief, Jr., W 1 ill make Ihe umwi i,l ig,, it mt ,t ,, ,, lurii at aio Ihe season or t , t ' ' te t i$ ikw lsaat KaTandi kAila aasf lUmbhrtosytan. harsajf for h daisi Hjsdyk Ilyasynlh by oluntarr. sctond dam Clara the dam of Jcsiei 117 and HirtaMr, the sire of ! I erector a 17; cnallas 2 ,ff "& 1 10 let dam Lady Welch U sllsaea ,Vy elsh, aire uf I'rfnce Imperial 1 JjVs and JMTf!l. .' agoner mare nu nors ton dam an mniuo tains 43 percent, ot the old hore Kyxlyk'a Main. bletoasnM No. 10, the founder of the yreatesl Irut- tint; family the world has ever known, tounina; thraiiirk bi smus fraas t .illfferut rhanntils . sti i .: ' Ksaiivk's ":. Hainbatouian. so unlocr. AI eirotmsitan Vy a ud W'illiain clsh I.I.KIX, LaocaaUr. 1. 1 Brj-ww1 .'- '' 1 s.-- bl i h- - t i W, jr. f "." I . Vy 1 j 7,?-",- ), WATERLOO. fnd 11 -- - . - i C Sj-t- t. -- nUi.ii,iiiii-iii,.ii-..5.ii- ....: u ,.... - I - 1 .- . n......t v"iiiii-i-uhiiiui. YASOO, 11799. , I f v., e i I 1 Eagle Denmark . 1 puli-M- lirst-da- ss Ro-wi- s Z. Hd ,aa V - zr. .11 - THE . two-mil- e Lag-lan- I , curt-fo- r y I 1 ., . .- A . n- - lr K I - convi-nienc- e 11 - 1 i I . J.H.HILTON" I'lnw-are- purl-jnj,n- t I t STEVE WALKER, tnni-o- r s as At $40 to Insure. 1 ear-obt ores-tier- s - , 11 '" sod I i a , of 1 . 1 1 - BREEZE WILKES!! I Wallace Denmark: y y piep-.Trilli- . . '- Go ver s Messengern m t rzx --- i-- y n?! r - .( ,(, high-ta- il , . -..- ,,-.,. AM ' d r ; - ScllOOl-llOUS- O H I . ''!; i'Kl't ' -- ! ii;il,t I,1."1'- - , .1 C 1 7111 - I I by- - 5 SiM-on- i Vy JiWIELDS FEMALE- - k-r- , to-da- y, 911 11.11,1 l v I , 111 ufSlicr-Robe- rt ., A ixm j Regulator I.I-- Cjj j j T-- c i 1 ' 1 la- - . L' I at 1 ' ,'u atSl5; atSlO x t7"-- MENSTRUATION . MCWBYAU.UtVWrX. 1 v I I - la - I as-- t I - I r'. ... I """u,,c- - '!o.J "slKKLE CAKPEK s. 1'KR ti lt il -