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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890060601 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 Vi Semi-Weekl- y VOL.XVIII. MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. A ROYAL HOP. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, JUNE Mis Out-d- o G. 1890. i$L. Dun-imp- NO. 28 An nh (reel), -- ti Kit red ehailie; DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. can attended the Duncan trimmings: pearis. PRPERS. tlals at somerset, Tuesday. Tin' Merry It.ichelors' iiiiiiuul .lunc Miss Helen bmitlev, blue cajhtacri', ued. Uev. Hurry Henderson, of Versailles, Hop hns passed into tliu memory of nil S& OILS. en train; (lowers. lho ladies will give an will preach at the Metlio list church Sunwho attended it. as one of the most I offer for tale pmately my Farm known a the Miss Oeorie Wray, black laue, orange berry supper tit the Cluistian and VARNISHES, ETC, day morning and night in the absence of "til Lewm Luntfonl place, near the Stanford ami of tin series given hy the club trimmings; pearls. Lancaster pike, and tunning neatly tn Dix Ktver, ihiirrh the regular pastor - KENTUCKY. containing 112 Acrea. It is well imprned. hat over a peiiodof Hi yeats. NothDANVILLE, Miss Foxie I'eiininuton, blue crepe Owin to failure in aiiival of print- ing jimkI culintern, and the land is in a fine mate Those who attended the Art Recepto hnl been left undone hy tho tivation Call on or nddrets me at Gilberts Creek, WALK l'AI'KIt VI DWOKATIONS. thetarK-eters w ho had been engaged to work in make it a iniMiioiahle event, and the iluchene; (lowers. tion at Lancaster Monday niuht sneak of S I. WITHERS. and most mmplele toi.k m Central Kento. k, K iiu4 a iiiii.i xniiik-4-. iiiiipc vivfi. uru- " ' tho Signal olhVc, that Hipot will he hiti' it as a very pleasant occasion. The art with alltothe Intent atxl mo.t Miul'tii:s den. rations miccoss of their efforts in every particu- - i.n.li. Irmil illiltunilflw jmlWin-cl- " known the trjilc Koom Sli.4le in eiulle display in the college hall was to say the riet I. 31. IIRVCE, I'RtCITHL Logts- - 1" was hoth marked and grat tying. The V An ex LOWEST AM) WORK 1 HI HEM Mies F.lla Shanks, old rose velvet, bro- least splendid -h hitelv pu.m.,1 by the in variety and number of an inalion ts kuully toln itcil lrf.jrv orders are hihw1 of the handsomcM . j latino K.aiillnK .. "charter for Ml. Vwiioii les .,d mo,,t gallant young gentlemen cade trout; diamonds. livesy, :: md pictures and the execution of the work 'lljce court tlu- .oll.Miss Ophelia Lackey, rod cashmere; went to show tl. timo of l.ollliiK that the faculty have a! of the surrounding section, augmented 7 STA.VFOI1D.KV. Kohl. for tryitiK ivil canes for tlie itr--i .noiiuav teacher of whom they should be pioud. fron, a d.Htnmo w.m the November, fel.ru.iry and by n.any Miss Nannie Haughinan, lend colored The teacher is Miss Mary in Angunt, Webb, of this -- t ev,r gathered ... the Opera Houne, street dies. J. - C'a.te,. police J...I,.,. SI'KCIAI. ATTKXTION t COMMERCIAL county. before w. lb bean- which t I ' lo lc ii on travelers Miss Kittie Hauhmau, brown street Horses and mules bought and sold. -- Letter of iii.,.ury. cle. uVu(UiiK At the children's day service Sunilea can he formed , tvaiul chivaliy. An ,i.., Only horses and vehicles ued in lUery. drass. ur epot agents hist , patent, .. day evening Judge M. J. Dm Ham made MONDAY, of the size of it, when it is told that fl'J 9, 1890, dealer, ,ir.. Tlio gentlemen present were: thiie Mostonor and a nice speech to tho children and the adp..,.,., ,i aim luui'nn iiiiiiiiu in unr mint-inun nun On t lie premise, the HARRY A. EVANs, Messrs. Fox, HoroiuL'. vice which he gave D.wvii.i.B. solved daily from hngland, them if they follow t lie spectators numliereil even more Creel, Tinsley, .Meltoborts, Loyle, of the I'nitod States. They aro ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, ad pa its it out will make good men and women of STANFORD ROLLERMILL than the d.uicci. It was indeed a joyI'armele, Appvrsou, Hatterton, them. At the beginning of Ids speech not yi ton the market, but win io in ous siASKiRu, K ' inaned hy no circumstance McKce, Hrewer, h'killman, Hue, Hann, ANU KI.KVATOR two mouths he said that he was so used to speaking or aeeident that couhl in the least de Will he sold without reiTe at pnblii miction to Engineering 15. timves weio down and Surveying in Mr. and Mis. itolwrds, Mc.Muir.iy, Hudson, Yeasier, in public and pleading at the bar, the tlie highot bidder. gree detract from it. The home boys' ail brunches. d un How land during thu week. Mr. were on (iray and T. X. ltoberts. children need not be surprised if he their best behavior ami the Capacity of Mill 75 Barrels per Doty, Currey, Duniiip, called them fellow ci Lam astkii. Jebse I.. l'owors, of Whitley county, was irens or gentlemen visitois viwl with each other in correct Day; Capacity of Elevator Wednemluy. Mk l M. Myers, a Itice. Walker. Owsley, Al of the jury. He lectured to hen the child.en deportment. Selbert's oronestra of eight Marksbiirv. 40,000 Bushels. Woodbine beauty, Is visiting friends len. ln notice f.ucwarns huntPrs. fisSermen .ind from the following tiuths: Be truthful, furnished Hplendid music and to trpsptss on our lands without per K vox vi U.K. .1. K. The Mill Mibtnntial new brick building f j others not here Mr. J. M. Wiliwrns is telegraph- - 1'iueos ' be honest, bo prompt, never touch in- - toric ptiuiiiiivd with the Iatet :ind bet niathin- - tnisian, axallsuh will be ptoeuted to the fullIt. A. "K"U ll "" m 1," ll was me mosi del Scott anil Curd. of the law Signed owkkskt. est extent opeiator a few night nig rr and situate within o yards of the l.ouinwlle loxicttiing urniKsoi anvKiiul, never gam lightful hop ever given in this section. Ijoi tlr. T. W. T.or.AN". Hiort and Yaier. Na,hille depot In the town of Man'ord. Lincoln D. V. HOI MF.S. lJrovvu. JOSH ADAMS ble. county, Ky., the heart of the het wheat district PHILIIERT RICHARDS. The nut u nd lowliness of the ladies was II iiutoi.'HciM,. fciiur, Currey, ThompII V C.AINVS. l'nlahki county iruMMb to meet The annual concert of Caldwell Col- of thr State and within reach of excellent markets Mrs. SAMKOKD IRWIN, J. J. McKINNKY. enhanced by costumes of rare beauty son. JOHN O. LYNN, by three railroad 1:h kiahtlu county ut l.ovoliiieon with a K'b. IIALLOL. Tin cost of the entire plant a about ijo.ooo Mr AI.ICK 1UCKKK lege, which was given at the Opera THO.-- C HA1.I. Om ii inn. Moore ami 'eller. with ami diamonds and other jewels sparkled Chah and it ha been ran moit succefull) and profitato intotsecl turnpike ftom House Monday night, was hugely at- bly ince its equipment. The Mill is now in opin unison with their blight eyes. FolItnhert L. White, I'ineville: John Mni-letold. tin pioposed disht mile one from Mt. lowing aiu the names of the ladies and tended and the tine music given by the eration uand willtobe untilup tlie.ilfairsof tlie corpor(.lose Sale made Lexington. ernoii. The oiticn ol the Lynchburg ation. pupils reflects much credit on .Miss Rich..... ....!.. tn i ... . The sun was peeping over the hills cash; balance in one and Terms iu " ' inn uivs nwii'.KU'HMO.VU. JielgmKirillHMI, HI vtiiii.im, I de'rr to eil tn v tarin of ..hunt i,v acres, ie as a teacher. The exercises of the year with6 percent interest. Notes with to apbefore the last strains of the music died a .out i'4 i.i. in nurt.i of st.nfotu on th um at Copper cieek, 111 miles noith pro,, ed security and alien on property to secure ii.eet primary department took place in the same. Ituch I'rindiii e, 'o-itthe old church. There Mis Alma Hawaii, laveudrr silk; pans-- ' away ami even then the merry dancers miles of good Tliuse .J Mt Vcruoa. are uoout 50 acre in wliu.it and re; the balance College chapel Tuesday morning and STA.vrORH KOLL.KK MILL CO., ies and diamonds. of the farm ell set in timothy Good dwelling were reluctant to leave the scene. The bem-tl- t Stanton! Ky to thu ai Mad would he of vast of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid new Miw Annie White, white mull; din-- j Bachelors did themselves proud and ad- was well attended by the parents and ham; is well watered and fenced. Possession can Others would noon follow. be s!en immediately. For particulars, seu J. P. moiids. - many others. The commencement exded further to their deservedly high repLush the wotk. Ilaiiey, Stanford, or write the nndersiirned nt ercises of the College took place Tuesday Miss Mollie Fife, brown Uredun robe; illation as entertainers. E WITHERS. Cincinnati, Ohio. - J'ue rood coiiiinijwioiiwia apioiutel night in the Second Freshyteiian church. - diamomN. ..r ,i... I.it.i mill law iitut linrit Moll1 he salutatory was read by Miss ElizaMi Three of 'Em in The Same Boat Mhmn Crutclier, pink silk, nii7.e old Rge, of reIleiiu deinuiH, ai nuitt of COERERCIBL HOTEL du and lueil.iy for ..uMiift,, .mil, u......, i Io thy Kililor of ih Inlerm' J uriml ) beth Caldwell, Uoylc county, the vale- tiring Irum luinii."-- .. offer for ah- pruately m) TEE OT """D was decided "" lf It interest in the lintel now occupuil b tne, irai.Micii..n o( biiHiiuid. C.tAii (in it iki, June 2. In a recen dictory by Miss S. Frances Hendricks, of (formerly culled the St Aph in Stanfiml.'K) J. II OWENS, Manager, pun base at once ?l,000 wortJi of audalx, the lurnilurt ami fixture you observe that the "Hon. Uenja-mi- u Flen.ingsburg. The other graduates - Kentucky. Miss Mattie Hudso'i, dottwl mull; dia- issue The Ilou-- e is mt eligibly located on Main strevt, Harrodsburg, drills, idiovels, sledges, crow-burlhitterworth, of Ohio, did the Fon- were Misies Lulu Owsley and Mary Mcthe centre of buinex. ha hktw and , monds. It is palniiiage mid i doinif h jirorltitble I hate this popular liottt taken inr loiut working purixmes through-taine Fox Bobbin act by speaking on Dowell, of this city. Rev. K. II. l'eaice a uhstantml brick luuhline ol'uver bulne- - with and intend to run chare- elclass manner in esery MissSnukey Hudson, mull: 30 i,vms, it in a tint. Work will begin as ..,! tlu- county. mum men hamlHii, good r table respect one side of a (pieatiou mid voting on deliveied the annua! address, which was nud tvitire appurtenance It is heme papered and painted troia other ,. ii as prncticable and the roads, all of top tn bottom, the bedding is being renos ated and For the benefit of the pronounced a very scholarly one. Dr. Miss l.ula Yager, Xile grot u ulbatrois, the other." eervthins done t make it pleasant and uruas-e- d win. h havo been neglecttMl for the luM guests. The table shall neer be numerous readers of vour iwpcr I C. B. II. Martin in some wll chosenaud AK11 a tliav liou-- r and hit in lluumwlle, Kt black velvet triiiiuilns. by hotel ill this section J 11. OWENS. I us! years, will be put in pws&able tlmpe Stanftird i u prHMru town with a population desire to inform them that the Hon. appiopiiate remarks presented the gradMi.v Kahler, while iilbmi. white tioii, 1,001, rupidl) incrvsMins. in a pripeiMi la!! Benjamin Buttcrworth and I are not uates with their diplomas. Seibert's ori two rilrmi with mpecti Inr more, i a qil satin lodice; gold. ciHiiiniim-Mr. Frank Itont, the alone in this idiosyncracy. The Con- chestra, of Louisville, furnished the mu pi ice tor Hotel humiien, and a ! I.AMA.MII. torfhle in. Tei mi and further pjrtkulai uuinager for SU I.. Toweis nuty'.he had by and Moore, black greittttllue, gressional li lobe of KS7:t shows that the sic f the evening. Miss Ueorgie .Mlllei & lliiriH'. r mjieli I will paj a Reward of Fifty Dollars for .v I here, with Mr. U. W Maker, ile--J pink triiiunings. immaculate Judge Durham did the M C POIITMAN. Stanford pearl. on conwctiou of all) unauthorized person fnn w.tfd a uetit little plan to luivo soinn fun thing. In speaking in Congress on Green Briar Dripping Springs, Hotel Miss Jennie Moore, blue nltmiross, same -One merchiint, Mile East of Crab Orchard. Found Cutting- Timber or Damat 'ue expense of our genial the "salary grab"' law he said: "Mi. pink satin bodice; diamonds. I Unvinpat last jjot that Middlesboro aging" any Improvements 'llwiniwon, saumlay evening. M Speaker, I have not one word to say Mrs. A. II. ltlee, black fishnet over On the following properly: DILLIONS SWITCH, RV. Wlule that gentleman was at supper black sick: gold. against the last Congress that incieased biisinoM satisfactorily adjusted, I will inform my patrons ami friends that when raised one of his Iwick stole win1he(irmat Huhland known as W A. Cash's. Dealer In tl.ti their salary from ?.j,(H)0 to i,.hK). It is (it am oaciiAiin. Hastln Heirs', I became convinced that the Hotel Ka- Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps TimPHulcltion's,S George Haugh's, place.W. Terdows, concealing a telephone just iushie not one cent too much, but because my oung's 11 acre oung, I H. Miss Katie James, pink gatiw, - the street and Long's ry's, Win mi running a line aero?constituents are making such a clamor tydid would not be completed at MidHoots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, At Cox s Gap W. Hutchison's 40 acre farm, When he Tinware, Furniture and a 4W acted their victim's return. Freeman and R. E. Darren's timber tr.ict on Ruck about it shall have to vote to reduce it dlesboro by May 1st as per contract, I Miss Maud Pottos, white mull; (lowJohn John arried Mr. Itout entered the store and ers. to f.000." This is not all that Judge iinmediately put iM hands at woric at my General Line Groceries, Creek, 107 acres, acre, Turnbull's, sacres, acre, lluchaHan's, 301 M.J. Harris'. 90 acres, 11. Powers'. ioo..icres John Anderson s, 14 conversation onthe sub- sprimw witn tlie Determination to have cngagel him in rancy Candies, Crots lies, itc. Miss Lottie Pillion, bin, satin; rubies. Durham said on that occasion, hut all he Wash Harris" 31; acres, Freeman's, 800 acres, Produce Mr. Thompson is a f Niuiittiulism. did say was in favor of letainiug the sal- it ready for the reception of guests dur-ii- All kinds ofi'ostoffice,taken in exchange for goods. Robinson Mill tract, I. Tobin'sA. farm, Aryan. r.vu l.iiuliaiian, (lottt.il mull; Mi Gooch's tarm, Livingston, Ky Kidd'sfarm, Joel Petrey's 'arm, the coming wason. The result is believer, having Imrnd .lohn Cor ley talk ary at S7,."00. Thus you see here is an W Collins' latin, on Glade Ridije, 600 acres, Henres, Henrj Millers, 44a aero, ry Miller's, too it sMiniuh. Mr. Kout acted as medium Son. illustrious trio guilty of this (singular that the "Katydid" is now almost ready IA.VVIU.B. Stephen llurch's, af acres, D II. Edmiston's to spread her winjis, expand her body ami siMin hod up a conversation over trait, btrode Home, Cottaje nenr depot at Crab Miss l!oi tie Snail, jiink mohair, brown paradox. Hotel, Cottage and Storehouse at a" ,jralld Ilo,, on Or hard, Upon Mr. silk triiiiininu's; diamonds. the concealed telephone. In my ease I went to Frankfort as a and soar oil high. The facts in the cae Seawll open!( Jime J OllENHEIMER. 1,)anc,e l ,lloa Aeut for 0ner ioj ' mj. Th,,r,, Kout h ollcring to blow out the candle so Miss Nancy Dunn, blue silk, mull; member of the Legislature, to vote are that beautiful summer hotel, with f'f'v 'I1 J"ne board and cottajes',:till Jul 1st Keducitl rates for 100 feet of front verandas all perform bis work, Mr. T. (lowers. OR mKHUtHoyi KATKS astoltetter against ovetything that took money from ,lu IST J600 made a rush for the door, declaring he Miss Minnie Vanbyele, pink silk; dhf the treasury. I voted against the cloak- arouutl, out buiiiur.gs, cottages, stables, I'er Week " 1.1a, pavilions, belt jja' ;;; ;; ;;;;;;; 7 vou'du't stay in the room with a medi- momls. room, newspaper and ice bill appropriaCottage Rent, per eek s railroad, Ac, will all be Kxplanations and Mississippi Valley um at wotk in the dark Neiort News Vestibuled Trams 10Co "E. D. ' Miss Annie Spears, cioain colored tish tion and every other appropriation, and Month Jo.o Solid reany 10 receive guests on me isi (lay 01 Horses led. per week . followed and if you want to net; pearls. fterw.irds especially that grand and useless humbug, way Philadelphia get thrashed just make a few nips on L SPOON VMORr Miss Isabel Owsley, white silk tulle; the geological survey, that has now cost July, beyond a doubt. On the Ith the New York, Baltimore, Mr TVs stole door. 80,000, imd the late defunet, event will be celebrated by one of tho Kentucky pearls. All point hast and Southeast Maggie Dodds, cream coloied itnliimented Legislature, whicli was io. grandest Halls and Pcinics ever heard of Miss Only one night out lrom Lexmirton. Tut Louisville ComiiUTrial tt'lN tliiH serge; diamonds. markable for the lengtli of its (session, in Kentucky. The place is one of the Coirected Time Card in Effect fan 11. iSjo. of Major Matt Ailitinx. duo ttlt' tali ever Miss Jessie Dodds, fish net, passameu- - and the further remarkable fact that it most picturesque ami romantic "TJalfj: iYaslMall Accom ti.t ilfffatiil f.iiiilil.ititi for clei k yf tlio . ;, knew. On top of a mountain, close to a Daily Dails Ves ST A IONS. did not liHvo even one prominent memExpress. Ex. Sun Ex Sun. the It'll tlie oity Court olAiMwafc. k M,k wo ber in the Lower House, appropriated river, an abundance of shade, the finest 'E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor Miss ,iwit. I)Hl1 '1 ji n'nl 3 7 am la 31 n'n I.se Stanford Haiim tram Satunlav af.ernooii w .11. ox-- ! 0VenlrH(8. mVlrh water in the world and everything that . 6 to pm,u 40 am 5 30 pm more. Had our per l.exinjiou. ,,,., ,,,.u.k. ,.u.e; ow. $15,000upon I certainly should diem been can be desired. It will be a $10 resort, No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation, " Winchester .speaker Myom, who woaolialnnBu of tlio 7 00 pm 11 45 pni " 40 jim mm Ti 1j1I have votvoted " K. V. Junction. notoil convention.. Ho was seated when t.,s during the first season I will only and its proprietor is determined thu Mt Merlin; 7 30 pm is pm 7 loptu ed against paying the members a dollari but shall be maintained. S 39 pm " Morehnad 9 .1 pm Mr Myerh fiitfrg the I'nlli.iuii ami jJw, Mnry Talbott, white msliinere; but I should have made a mighty strong charge i" per week or c'.M per month. ' Oil. e Hill i 33 pm l.uhes nccoinpniiyiiiK him jiiHt K,i ' Ashland witi'i the io 30 pm S iS P" a speech on the other side. Hut in icgard Good music will be one of the main " Catlettsbiir. . 10 43 pm f 3" rw of State. As He has recently ac'ded to its appointim nts MjsCS jfBL.rt. Caniphell, Hock Castle 111 the tear of tho Secretary tures, also a danciin: master and a ball " Huntington it 07 pn 6 as ! m to my speech in favor of the I.se.Hiiiunijtoii ill 30 unit... the former tlitUo, his eye fell on Mnjor prins. l'aris novelty honlereil, eieam overy night. The dining room and cook. I saw tho vast importbill, Arr Charleston ... .' $1 am Vdams, and, going around to him, he of cashmere, moire and lace trimmings; CilHuii horee. .. 7 31 a Also ance to the cattle men of Kentucky in ing department is the most completely 11 4$ am l.nchbiiri. oharacteiistie-allercd litm his hand in his arranged I ever knew and is 100 feet A First-Clas- s am Livery Stable " Chailottesville io jo pm exterminating that dreadful disease and said, pleasantly, ' Washington. . 3 3j cordial inanuerand Miss Puttie Tribble, Junction City, I made such a speech in favor of the long. To accommodate the demands of lu increased 3 3 " llaltimore l" Old friends, come and see me Rest Turnouts furnished Major, how ire yon'." The major "ilrovv pink silk lace; pearls. transient patronage. " Philadelphia... 0 15 pm bill that we carried it with a whoop over Commercial Travelers and others " New York 9 20 pm D. (J. Si.Ai'ujiTKit. robes abf ut him," nud haughtily re. his l.ept, Miss Mary Clay, Paris, white moire the governor's veto and still remained " Ricliuiond. Va, i 40 pin ' OldPointComfort... Richmond Register ami Lebanon En totted "1 noii't euro to have any fur- silk; diamonds. Norfolk true to mv determination to vote against terprise copv and charge to me. ther coiittiu' titrations with you, sir." Miss Mm Pickett, Maysvillu, white silk everything that took dollar out of tho D. . .S. his eyes nIlj nce Mill sinihti', but with glitter in Trains lea in; Lexington at li 40 am and 5:30 treasury. Foxtaink Fox Hoiiiiitt. MT. VERNON, KY. pm daily, except Sunday ennect at Winchesreplieil' "Well, sir, l the MissTillie Hall. Winchester, helio- for reducing the passage! The scheme ter for Richmond, Ky. and points on the K C. R. old Hotels still' maintain only noted tho rt of the gentleman 111 trope Henrietta street suit; gold. After a housekeeper fully realizes the across the Atlantic to about .11 davs is' This Sue and from N'ewYork.PhiUdellimited Vestibule remilation. Charees reasonable. Spe- inz its apeaktng to you, unit can now assure you Miss Mary Adams, Hitstonville, led worth of turpentine in a household she ahSUUIing definite Shape. 1 lie Him Of the cnl attention to the traveling public phia, Within jton and all points Eat, arrises ut Lexington tit 4'47 P " dally Stanford 11 57 m that it will nirord me no less pleasure cashmere; gold; is never willing to be without a supply company which has been formed for the AI. P NEWCOMH, Prop., Fast mail from Richmond, Va and all points Mt Vernon, Ky, east, Himinutoti, W. Va, and all local stations I than it will you for our relations to be gives purpose is to reduce the length of tho Miss Mary ell, Columbia, blue satin, of it, says the Homo Queen. It rises Lexington at u '40 noon daily except Sun that of strangers hereafter." Xo ex- old eold front; pearls. (iiick relief to burns; is an excellent ap- Atlantic voyage to about 1,700 miles as day Stanford 11 37 p m -- OLD Accommodation from Olitrllili and intermediate planations followed ntul it is unnecessaSTAN Oil I). plication for corns; it is good for rheuma- against ;,0")2 miles between New York points, Richmond, Ky., and points on tlie K. C t&y there was 1111 conversation beKy arrises at Lexington 8 io, am, dailj, exry to Miss Nettie Wray, figured challie; dia- tism and sore throats. Then it is a sure and Liverpool. To do this it is proposed EEHTEERFORD HOTEL. cept Sundae Stanford i to p m tween the two otliuials en route to Fiauk-for- monds. lie sure tic kets read read 1i1N. X AM V preventive against moths; by just drop- to construct a railroad along the north 1USIONMI.I.E, Co., K. I). What further ollense than that of drawers, chests shore of the river and gulf of St. Mrs". Dr. W. 15. Penny, white mull; ping trifle in the S F MORS1.G. P A Cincinnati, O Individually favoring Lonamoor with his natural lloiveis. and cupboards, it will render the garfrom Quebec to St. Charles Hay, P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. voto Myers had given Major Adams does Miss llesMe Iteid, pink silk, gauze over- ments secure from injury during the on the Iihratlor coast, a distance of 844 Hisin? leased the a,, !' hotel." ' fitted and re srvtN p not appear, unions it be that he imagines dress; diamonds. summer, it will Keep ants ami nugs miles. With vessels steaming 20 knots fc"'- -', 2SS. ;'' E& &i2k used his position as chairman to Mycin Miss Kinina Faulley, white silk Hebe from the closets qnd storerooms by put- an hour it is calculated that the distance Livery and Sampie Rooms -"" defeat him. gown; diamonds. ting a few drops in the corners and upon between St. Chuiles Hay and Milford Ha3ti&v jmSO Miss Mary McKinney, orange silk, the shelves and it is sure destruction to veil, 1,700 miles, will be made in three The superstition among uewspaper 1ULEY HOUSE, To euro Ililiousncss, Sick Headache, Constibedbugs. . days, lit hours, as against the average of THE proof leaders that Susan H. Anthony is pearl trimmings; natural flowers. pation, M.nlaila, Liver I oinplaints, take Miss Annie Alcorn, green Bilk, gauze (i days, si hours from New York to LivB. RILEY, Proprlotor, a sister of the late Mr. Mark Antony, of P. The statisticians find that tho govern tho safe nud certain reuicily, erpool. Rome, has led to frequent eirorsin spell- overdress; diamonds. ment of the I'nited States is getting out London, - - - Kentucky. distinguished diaMiss Annie Hale, black lace; ing th$ name of the of debt at the rate of nearly $100,000,000 Philadelphia's new city hall is one of , "nTTliotei'i.nd am b ,a Komnii lender. While .Miss Anthony's monds. a year, and that the farmers are getting: the largest, if not the largest, buildim: of prepare l than ever to accommodate the p..Mic.Good Luery atlachi'J and every convenience oeKssie lHircb, dotted swiss; Miss name is alwavs spelled with an It her nt the same rate. ,,i into jts kuui jn the world, covering a space of tired. Gne'mea call supposld biother used no h's whatever pearls, FRANK RILEY. the farmers go to bed at uight too tired J70x4Sti feet, and overtopping every oth jn83 fjiura Kllis, tan satin; tiiaiuomis. ,, til.win tlmv cnii f ,..,..,. tl.,,, ,., I... 1...11, s7.ss.viii, " At le.ll none can be found in his name irNtiicNMALLN!rc(lOHttieReanitothe .......... inn tliii tliini' nvir in r i u.w,,, iiuo uuiii s LhsMF.X lit sell is urtery bottle) Tiiur Aim Tim iox convenient. i Jliss Dora Caldwell, old rose mohair their minds or ask their wives about it cidiiiii.iuiviiiiiuu Washington on any lf the hotel registers of his day. ssll the Kitlel tower and mow aullnble tctx-- SSc. J.nom. Battln. Tho hi m Miss Anthony's name may be with gauze; gold. l'rlcc of vlthrr .on Sometimes unlooked for truth is sudden- llient, laillllg BUOrt OI tlio latter S OOO leet ant pretitiiWe positions fur the ritfht merelUn bit of feminiue nll'ectation. Miss Maggie Owsley, white silk; dia- ly revealed to iuquireis whb patiently Its-bne and expense, paid weeUj l.iUrnl u " lina O.U rooms OU HI KISSINB7-,7-70'"?' 11 IllClieS. a,icement to beginners. Noiireslousexperiem put this and that together, comparing acres of floor Mark wutouy's name should no more be monds. Ms). Stiace. Tlie iiMiuiiui,imc necessary Ouiht free.riuci" v,,... mn J.f.SMITM Can it be that the tariff Miss lk'ssie Richards, black bilk, """'WMnii'c it ,,is..s, cause and effect. aire. spelleifwith an h than ?amson's should CttAAI.&J is 121) feet high. Rochester, N j Mention this paper s at the bottom of the trouble? . gold. ttppearfwiiu a it.wwuci-ayii-I .liw-onthi- I On iiii.l after .Inne I lththeototlUf ut Kulo, this county, will he iie-crei- The Merry Bachelors Falily selves. Them- (lowers. r,B Ml-- .. rl, "" v" f ....I..... .. Kit.. ,. ..!..,. .. " ' .l. Mmitie Fox and Mis. (ieorsria E. GIBBONS, Dealer In For Sale---Bric- k Residence te MIL In u west Mam Mreet, ind the . n biitilie hi ck ll, ',. opui-uCourt Square, Stanford J li OWSI.EV hi' h I now live, i bu-pe- ib - m&TS Farm For Sale. 16-i- in T t arti-ti- :,-.- - :::: mm lar-M- v I- Notable Public Sale. i , ..I.-.,- ., t. . JUNE n y, POSTSD. "I Hri-'coe- . lit-r- e -- y, HTarm w . . I "".' For Sals. e One-thir- d situ-iste- 1 HOTEL PROPERTY. 1,11 111) I 11 FOR SALE, i I one-ha- LOUl'-UU.- , . ai . s, 111 - s. - 11 ' comfort-able'f- or ' 1 ) wide-awak- e, le 1, (uii-lovin- g . 0le, S50 KEWimD - inform-Ho- n Katydid- J". HI. KCIIiTOlsr Queens-ware, s. -- j 1 ' of j i'-- tur-iiuois- e. SHALE'S 3,'J- "WEIiL. 11 - ilth Otten-hei- m 111 Btore-hott-'e- s, ball-roo- j -- '"' j U-t- 5- - OLD KY. ROUTE , , . f 3' Washington, 1 THE MYERS HOUSE -, 1 ' j ' t 1 P1 pluro-pneuuion- ia Pool and BilliardjParlorS -- I y 4 ! 11 11 NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. K. - Si-t- t ar-- t. 11 Law-lene- e, k. I , -' W&i' an-ic- srvis-Tft- i i3-u- jJHff t&biSl yQW &hw. ,",.,,. ..j ,'.,.,., hc " 'a .. SMITH'S BILE BEANS sl, S W fflLwCLxJ i- . tfn"rt rn.-r- i. 1 tr hand-painte- d; ....., 4C0.sVirofUII-KUEAa,-ST.l8lll- - I V .1-.- . a ?r s-- "- - " p- 9 r Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ji'.vk (5, NEWS CONDENSED. The Louisville thii'l tiirnaont to bo a fake. f I" Stanford, Ky. 1SDO W. F. WALTON, sis: F&GES. Tiie public debt reduction for May is stated nt Srt.lMU.STl. The tourist rate of '2 cents a mile is nntv in effect on all railroads. Matt Morgan, the noted caricaturist, , died at his home in New York. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. IVr County Judge, THOMAS W VAKM1N ' County Attorney, JOSEl'H U PAXTnN, " County Clork, GEORGE II CtlOPrK, " Sheriff, J. X MEXEKEE; " Jailer, SAMUEL M.OWENS; " Assessor, E. I). KENNEDY; " Sup'tof Common School, W. V. McCl.AKY SurNeyor, HAKKY A EVANS; Coroner. ARCH CARSON profitably make and deliver ice at i".30 We per ton. of' hot. me Kcunosoi me uus.ness w.,nrtUCr. Kepiesentative James llelden, o' Qootts Low to before net ice New York, has been elected chairman of Ln.EKTY. Ky., June :l -- Another six t Jl(.m weetm One IS WOHll. (irglUUCllts, 11(1 to the republican congressional campaign committee. 1(1 (llCS, gCllts, .MlSSCS (1,11(1 1111)1 boiJS, (111(1 IJOU, -- I). Webster Stoddard, who was con- those unfortunates who have "done &U 011C6 victed of forgery at Utica, X. Y., on hear- those things they should not have done SCC til IJOU Cdll S(l V(i 1I10WC1 OIJ IJOUT DUrcllUSCS ing the jury's verdict shot himself in the anil left undone many things they linwihlfi IjOlOCdll IVUIlt JThe old-tim- er head and will die. should," the -- caseyite" is giad of it to de . Louisville has LMO manufacturing This they showed bv a huge at en ance rf ft. The president of the Kentucky Union establishments, turning out annually Aionuav anu niruier uviiicen u idea, lie good when, we we Laud Co., Col. J.Stoddaul Johnston, was products valued at $05,000,000 and em- from early dawn till the "last beam fa- boohs. here yesterday in the interest of thecom-pan- ploying 3!),000 hands. We ded" trving, as it were, to make the big- be whose object is to build the Three The Oregon election resulted in the gest day possible of it. The first day of Lowest. Forks City, live miles above Beattyville. selection of Pennoyer, democrat, for circuit "court is indeed an important very successful in Col. Johnston has been Governor, Herman, rep., for Congress event in Liberty for it is about the only his various enterprises in the mountains ami a republican legislature. time the smaller politicians can mingle bineo he gave up politics to become a C. M. Grubbs, formerly business with the bigger guns; the granger gets money devil. Ho says the talk about manager of the Winchester Democrat, more chance to converse with his brothhim for governor is of course gratifying, and Wm. Mitchell, of Mt. Sterling, will er tiller of the soil and the festive ntnui but he is seeking no oHice and wants start a new bankp'n Cynthiana. is dead certain to see his best girl In or none at present. kicking about town. They nil come to town, The Louisville papers are well, ami Reports of the destruction of the gen- vigorously over the incompetency and they all eniov themselves as d Tiik selection of that general worthlessness of the census enu-- , considering this, it is not a wonder why town ol BrndsliMW, Nebraska, by a tortleman and tine man ot aifairs, Col. J. li. ttie juui and bustle of cirmit court is n- nado on Tuesday night have betMi Cistleman, as chairman of the State Dem- meratorsappointed in that city. Not ft single building in this! The sale of all the Louisville sTeet-- ! "cipatetl ocratic Central Committee, was one of like town of 500 people was left intact, and Liberty has not risen Phtt-nthe best acts of the late convention. He car lines to a syndicate of .New i ork anil from the recent Are, and I am sorry to most of them were blown away. Twehe will bring a large experience in political Philadelphia capitalists bus likely been say, will not for perhaps years to come, people were kille i. s mortally wounded. affairs and a strong personality into the effected. The price named is 1,000,000. The loss to some of those burned ont was and 21 wero otherwise injured. The tor-i- t office, which will be of great benefit to Sears, Garrey it Co., Somerset, and mo is they are the party. We never took much stock G. A. Soule. of Science Hill, dealers in their all and the contetpieiiceMc&rx J. W. undo struck the warning. princi- general merchandise, have assigned, the not able to start up again. whose in the Lexington Whipp and B. T. Pierce will build, how. pal card was brag and bluster. former for 53,000 aud the latter for 5:5,Bucklen's Arnica Salve ever, anil the latter has already put lip! 300. .H.Vr". ihlV-. a tempomry building where he is selling Coi.. Bayne, the republican represenNo news of the escaped murderer, .ori and i rui mp I Mr . ..., , .Vw, Congressional district O. F.. alias "Sandy Anderson, who ntM. .... Whimv, win H iwrlmns tilt! lmHmK ! kaiuuIv tative from the2;d ,irPi uile. fir UO MV fCUUir leri'hant in town, id comioitaDIy K4. u uurme.! to irie itteci uaUliim, of Pennsylvania, after making strenuous shot 3Iollie t;i,pint at .Tllioo, on the u , pvi manrv ffiunafu ITICf 1 im got up 1Sljlf n)tu0ugh a big reward is ollered for located in a private bouse, with goods Pnr tale bv A K. Tenor. Mn!rl. Ky. efforts to secure a spread from parlor to kitchen and up in the convention aud declined it. As ,jH ,.apturt., Epoch The town presents a , ! pirftrt And We Have his nomination was equivalent to an j,j,jhtnin struck a powder house stairs and down. The irnlionf'i Ions, li'ririf ic!ti rohuit MKh an epoch mt election, this unheard-o- f action is cans- - one ,nie eagt ot Mansfield, O., and the lonely and forlorn appearance with the ' lift cl thetvmUitiduMllintlth markt renwrWable in tt ing much comment, for few republican explosion which followed wrecked sev- - best buildings gone and the thought of w treoarcdin the wemory nU the acuity wherei Krmciuiijr 'K'ih bv the s die and none has heruto-- 1 eraj houses in the vicinity, killing two the loss sustained by those who have blottd cooil health i!. that o.iiiameu i V",dL ,n Hencr it mh that they for decades and now everything prte of F.lcclrir littler bo manv fore resigned children and fatally injuring their worked ill the ttithe u gone, makes it look gloomy in the ex oc their Mitorntion to health If ' troubled .: ' Stomach, Oret Vt ratueand Iook mother. . Tup tli i.vinir, i treme, tire in nine cases out oi ten im- with any aneate of Kidaeyt. l.ner or find rein Congress Inhn . KU. I'hn.f nf- thi kpiti' v .. .... of Umn ur hort Jtaiidine youwill Mirely robbed Mr. Turnin. of Alabama, of his service proves a place, but I believe Liberty is lief by ue nfK'.ectnc IMlter Sold at 50 t and division of the treasury depart- Urtif; S.er: eeat and gave it to Mr. McDutiie, the rethe exception. The loss was too much Ji per bottle at A. II r'cnm'. meiit, has been dismissed to make room bewill have come and gone publican, notwithstrnding Mr. Turpin's for a republican. Tho Pulpit and thoStiiBo. His resignation was anrl years V. SI Shrinit, I'anor L'nutd State Ilreih K majority was 1:5,000. If such outragesare asked for fore the burden of its yoke sha'l have "I lre III some time ago, but he declined Church, Illue Mound, Kn.. left. not condemned with a vengeance at the to tender it. ider. l)r Kintf New DU my duty to tell what wera bad y me. My Inns 10 o'clock Monday lonry hasiicnefor November election, we mistake the charditeaicd, ami ray iariliioncr ihuuiiht I coM It has been discovered that the Court convened at Ur. I tool acter of the Southern people, who are United States supreme court, several morning, with Mr. J. W. Yerkes, of lite only a few week and am five bottleandof well, aound Kinc'iNew I)icoery gojudge pro tern. The usual being daily outraged by Heed and his gamini: r poundi in weight. " ..... years ago, in a case precisely parallel in Danville, Arlhii' l.oir, Manauir Loie'is Tunny ing over the docket, selecting jurors and Combination, writi-- i "After a tnorouch trial mob. principle to the recent Iowa original addressing the grand jury was done. and convincinn ewilence, I am confident that Ur ra beat Hon. Wm. Bkown, a distinguished re package case, reached exactly the oppo- The criminal docket is unusually heavy Kine" New I)icoery Ir Conimntion tail. The le all, and lire whin everything publican of Jessamine county, died at site contusion. cau do my many thouund cases will be tried. create! kludne lfiendi tourRHthem totry It " Frev trial ln- Coractor J. C. Kodemer has just and several important Lexington this week of Bright's disease. Perhaps the one attended by most anx- teatA K I'enn I)ru Store. KeRular we completed '22 miles of the Nashville it 50 rtn and Si. 01. He ran twice against the hitt. Senator iety and interest is that of Bobert Cleir-enBeck for Congress in his district and Knoxville road. Most of the work was boy, w hose year-olA Scranton shooting ami killing of his for the made creditable races both times, besides very heavy. The cut at Silver Point is wife, several weeks ago near Chelf's mother had used 10 cents from his havadding to his reputation as a debater, in 000 feet long ami 70 feet deep, Ridge. The shooting, it will be remem- ings fund, last evening stumped his fathBY RECENT PURCHASES OUR STOCK OF which he was very accomplished. The democratic county committee of bered, was at first thought accidental, er with the remark. "Pa. you owe me 10 : Clark cotiny bus formally declared W. but Clements' careless actions, together cents; your wife took that much from Tkk superintendent of the census has ji. Beckner the democratic nominee in with threats that he intended to kill his me." Scranton Truth. iseued an order forbidding under heavy ,j,at county for delegate to the constitu- Do not Sutler any Longor. wife, have lead the majority to believe checked in a day penalty the enumerators from making tional convention. He had no oppost- Knowinc murder. The and the !irt that a cojgh can be was a that it tas of coiwimplion broken in a public any of the secrets obtained in the ' tj0f I)r Acker" Kngliih civil docket amounts to little or week, we herebv gjarantie money to all will refund Remedy discharge of their duties. The ladies Frank W. Mrllvain, cashier of the nothing, thus speaking well for the Coo.-- buy take it; andper directimi.the do not find and who , ForS.leby A K. deformities Sulphur Deposit Bank, has skipped with can theiefore tell about their r statement corn-county in that paiticular. UrujKit. diseases with measurable impunity. 510,000 of the bank's funds and another and The giand jury will, as usual, devote Our Very Boat People man's wife, Mrs. John Watkins, with most of its time to whisky cases and henweay thai Dr Confirm our u.iteiutut JrnciiMi from the number of letteis hom ,lis name ,ms for gome time ,jee, uperlur to in cierv r.n.5lh Kemedr come out of the small end of the horn as any andall ntiK'r preparaiion forway throat and the response to scandalously connected. receiver by the secretary in croup, it i it generally does. Passmoie, who is a Iiini; In whoopincioiiKh and vou samplemagic GINGHAM0, OUTING FLANNELS, hot- his ciicular with reference to transporta.ni !i..m a i.iu r We effer Edwaid Laroache was arrested in walking distillery, blind-tigeand any- lie tree Kemimber tin n medv is old on a pn. tion, nearly every editor in the State Knoxville for the murder of Edward thing else that pertains to the selling of Hive guarantte, at A K Penny . will attend the Winchester meeting. Huntley, at Middlesboro on the night of whisky, can outwit a dozen grand juries ThoFirstSymptomsJof Death. The rapacity of the "Gateway City" is October 1.'!, 18S0. The murder was deand they had jll&t as Well let hilll go. feeling, dull htadaclie. pain in ariou going to be taxed to its utmost. Huntley was He is a slick citi.en and it is authentic- -' liberate and and killed instantly. nIK. t'iti.l tlifit Ik. of noiMMied b oed No i:trrv from ." to 111 r. all inivf Tin: internal revenue collections for shot from behind matter hutt it bexame poiioiied it iiiiwt - P urlficd Sarah Althea Hill gallons of moonshine in his pockets toav0id death Dr AUcr' Kngiuh liituMf l.luir The irrepressible May are the largest for '20 years 510,-hu never failed to rinioie n.rofuliis or yphilitic 8.'!7,772. The commissioner says that it Terry is now making life interesting for without attracting the least attention. Sold under positive guarantee ai , n, union A convention for the naming of demo- Peimy'n. results from the fact that the people ate the administrator of her husband's She is going around breaking the crats to till the various county offices is drinking more whisky and beer than Dr. Acker's English Pllla ick head- Are to ever before, which is not a reassuring windows of his office, calling him pet called for Satunlay next. It is ...,..t. bo acne,aitlc, tflective and pure For . Is more complete than any time this season. uitoraereu iiouiai n, a compicxlorl anj biliomne, ithey hv iv""'i btn things. hoped tliat they Will not get llltO names and doing other pleasant never fact for us prohibitionists. or anroaii. rorwn oy in Amerua Loveland, Iowa, was almost totally wrangle as the republicans, nor 1)0 as equaled either 1lrtn''.ltl A U P.nnif . democratic convention destroyed Sunday afternoon by a cloud barllv disrunted as the g. o. p. of this The Illinois That Terrible nominated Gen. Palmer for l S. Sena- - burst, the Hood from which swept away county is at present. It now looks like In thfl morning, hurried or Cough breathing, ilitlicult M. Mvers: county ruiiting phlegm, tiglitnex in the quuki-nutor ami the legislature will be elected on nearly every house in the village. Four itwilfbe indue. or at night pulie, chlllinc in the that issue. The signs are propitious persons lost their lives and families were clerk, (!. A. Pre witt; assessor, J. A. Mi- all or any of theelliing are the sweat stage firt Dr. cker' K.ngiUh Cough with tho school superintendent and nor, that the old democrat will warm a seat forced to seek safety in tree tops, and is sold They are all good dey Kill cure thenofiarful symptom, K. funny in the Senate before mauy moons wax under a positive guarantee by A. -A- ssistant General Clark-an- d jailer's race in doubt. rlo itself proud Driu'tfiM. wane. son has practically quit tbo department. men and the county will if it bees that they are elected. A womnn might as well lie about her started The convention to nominate a detiu He has !il Cl on an inspection . tour to I bad the pleasure of attending a sing- age as to have everybody tliinkBlie tioes. .!.., 1... enic .mope uim wnun ne ruuirnn. Somerville Journal. cratic candidate to succeed Air Carlisle Union church Sunday even- will ing at the en1a!01 me lm fixed for June t)th al in Congress, has been which would do credit to a choir Says the Southern Medical World: in the hands of the president. iiv, at Carrollton, which is considered a, "Mother's Friend" hgrowing in lavor throughwith double the opportunity my Liberty Dealer In- J. Hann, the bank cashier of friends have had. The male anrl female out the South and in highly recommended by point in favor of John S. Gaunt, of thi't We consider it indispcnsible to tnoo N. Y., who choked his wife Belvidere, pas place, who is a candidate. who know voices were both good and the instrii. childbirth. thev mut Ilradftt-l- through the , ordeal of Keg. Co Atlanta, Write and threw her down stairs, breaking her r old by all druggits The choir will (J.i , for particular, mental music To the Democratic County Committee. spinal column, insists that it was a case please accept my thanks for a very enLIQUOR HAB DRUNKENNESS-TH- E lie should be granted joyable evening. Ge.sti.esi ex. You will please meet at' of In all tho World thero la but one my office in Stanford, Monday, June 9th an early opportunity to defend himself K. C. W. euro, Dr. Haines' Golden Specific. county court day, for the transaction o( against a hangman's noose. It un boipvt-- in a cup of tea or coflcc ariihuut important business. Secretary Noble appointed four of the knowledge of thu person taking it, ejecting a It is reported that the Louisville whether the boards speedy and permanent cure, an alcoholic patient Taos. D. Nkwland, Chm'n. Nashville Railroad Company has decided the seven Oklahoma town-sitis a moderate drinker or wreik. GLASSWARE. who have to issue a general mortgage of $50,000,000 recently authorized by Congress. Mr, Tncusands of drunkards Specific been c:rfd coffee in their have taken the Golden acJudge Lindsay has decided, on to take up bonds as tliey become due, Samuel I). Leavy, of Midway, is a mem- without their knowledge, and believe they 7J 77. C.7-- 7 7Vto 0 buit drinking of thcirowu free will. No hnrmfu-- e VJ.W f2rn7 a. wgW-vWcount of business obstacles, not to make and to provide a surplus for improve- ber of one of the boards. MM K3UUU, UZ Hie LOWeUi Liufleet results from its administration. Cures guardelegate to the constitution- ments, extensions, etc. The surplus anteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Ad the race for Kansas is shipping eggs by the car- dress in confidence Golden ijurcietc Co., 185 al convention. fund will reach about $9,000,000. load to San Francisco. Race Street. Cincinnati, O. ' well-poise- Tiik Louisville Times pays this deserved compliment to a most worthy and popular gentleman: "Io man has made more personal and political friends during the struggle over the nomination of the late democratic convention than Mr. James B. Martin, of Barren county. His course all through the stormy scenes dignified aud was that of a Over and often thorough gentleman. were propositions maile to him to combine," made to him by the friends of another gentleman, but they had no ell'ect and were unhesitatingly rejected." -- It costs the nation Sl'oO.OOO a year to print the Congressional Iteeord Col. J. II. Detchen, president of the Herman Security Hank, Louisville, is dead. Kentucky paid .SKMSaitt in tire insurance premiums during the year and got back !,: J0,SIr!l :U in losses. At the close of his first day of work as a New York city census enumerator, Frank Mange, committed suicide. Senator Carlisle lias introduced a bill providing for the erection of a public building in Newport, Ky., to cost 100,-OX- I ). The Philadelphia Kecord estimates that the artiticial ice companies ran Hud I.indruy, a deputy l S. Mar shal, killed James Kitts, a distiller, neni Jellico, because he refused to sell him two callous of whisky, which his license forbade. The murder was very unprovoked and occurred after Lindsay had gone home aud armed himself. Two more of the Wils Turner crowd werv killed the other day. They went with Wils to I.ee count v to move his fit,0r tQ IIarlnni anil wj,"jt. lug aonB the road shot and killed a dog belonging to John Carter. He had a warrant issued for them, but they resisted the slieritfs po?e and caught it as above. The anniversary of the Johnstown disaster, which overwhelmed that ity a year ago, May :!, was observed with memorial services over the graves if thosH who lost their lives. But a "inall part of the devastated district has been, rebuilt with permanent buildings. 71,1,1 reminders of the terrible havoc of out year ago are yet painfully numerous. A day scarcely passes but that the tleli!es-remains of one or more victims of the disaster are unearthed, as the restoration of the city slowly progresses. THE 3UC2IIEK THE TEMPERATURE THE LOWER ARE OIK PRICES. To enable all to KEEP COMFORTABLE ' We hare made special cuts i u Dry Goods, Clothing, Sh ovs. lints, Trunks, Carpets, Matting, c. We can help you to "bigtir" .s y, This Summer for eery little money. hail such a stock at suci, Wlatncr a mean sell treat quantities prices 0f fact a convince the fact, look through our immense finporium of er Wearables for will (it at mulling (it headquarters where alwaiJS find, jlist what (it considerate hrijna tUcritis the trade mark success." ; is, Our ma sales' sail at prices that can not matched, and those for cash. solicit examination and comparison. jou wuijina our prices invariauiy lite j - THE LOUISVILLE STOREm. SADCUXTGER, ion-firme- d. - : Main Street, Stanford, MANAGER. clear-heade- - : SPRING CLOTMNC. nu-nt'- s lay-ou- t, -j ; j i ; a JX i T-U- Our Goods are Now All In j j J .1 - ofllce-holder- Il v.' AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT - ri 3Icn'8,:ovs' and Children's Suits, IJjjht and Dark Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also larjc line of Pants. STAGG & McROBERTS. 1 I ts , d cold-bloode- d h i 1. I'er-uy- A- r cold-bloode- EJrfe? i, Ik- ' 1 es-tit- e. Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, &c, SEVEEANCE & SON. j t i ht e Post-mast- 1 1 1 : a T Ped W"tion ' MAM HABMN -- tirst-clas- ( self-defens- e. T-- Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Tinware, &c. e y vw 00 r.-.-.- ,! ..in - in$ Prices. Si InteriorJournal l .. Semi-Week- ly JAMES U. SXcCREARY a Candidate for the 8th )i,tri 1 auajcit to to ron-- r tnewill nl ih in ihU. ' Peniac- IMl) THE LADY DOCTOR. How Sho Bocamo tho Brldo of o Toxa9 Journalist. CxexzacxaO YOt'N'G lady doctor i?,v VI who had Just pmJ. "VW nnt ml at a Northern college took nj hor resldonco in tho small 'I'pxaH town of Possum Hollow and shin- lump nut ijlo Hv hor and kindiirsri ilM,VH ii to tho sick and SI2I PAG3S. MISS KATE 1 1 IIOGL-- rYrfr TO MACKINAC Tour Trip pr W.k DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND Boa. Fttctktr. Th.lluron Msrau.tl., Fan... L.k. Cv.rjr Evtnloc i In l null Inic r re rl-i- ln Hie ottl. r f mlrm of Cumnmii si.ho.il., K In lion lir.t lom'ax in iiKjiiat next W. II. 3XIL1.EK - f ' t ohm I 11 i'i ii- - lull ,.! Itm-.chli.j- n ti reur-"ci- I ut on count in tl e I hi-- r atiiln-hiht- v R. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. Summer Tours. Low Rath. Picc Stcamcn Dstw.sn and Diw.sn sol DETROIT AND CLEVELAND ert,aS,r OUR ILLUSTRATGD Ba)7 Trlrs dsrl.J J.M JIf, 4spit Osly PAMPHLETS, UstM and JCiourslon Tlaxsta will b. furnished bf Tour Ti.k.t Af tot. or .d4r.ss C 0 WHITCOMD, O P. A , DlT.Oir, MiCm , THE DETROIT & CLEVELAND STEAM NAU. Ca eCREK lfi m v, Z-j-jZ i2ill MH'illCIjuIIrX KTfll m . 94 w jtac msTsm'-vEEIDHBa mua, i.mm),m -1 ovcrcamo tho preju dio ajjninsl fonialo )hsli'iun"s and hocamo qui to jwipular arwrORD. Kfc,MUCKV. with all clauses. 1'nlllto roffular doc tors, (.ho adorttol In tlio local papow. and thus iho raado tho ndtialtitniiac o( W. B. DR. Major. Mm IvluunlH. thf fditur of tho Wf was an Poimoiii Hollow 15u;!' jilrasant sort of n follow, and Difire South side Mum oirrpt, in ottue racvatly ' ho took n itninoillato likiiif- - w tho lady vi ttel hjr llr I. V II irTinan Stanford, Ky physlrlan. who, while not vory wan Intelligent and oatortatninjr, although ftoniowhat dovoid of .llm'9 vlaiti to hor IwardlnR-lious- o bwfttne quite frequent, and It ' ril in) ii v t iiv reidei e, oppo ll te I ' i'i . I Irjj. mI.i. I vvii f unit at all wits pluln to the most obtiiae that ho ,, timis IIK.H Kl 111. ww very much in love. Or Jennie Sawyer for that was the mime of tho , new arrival while polite and ontor-Journal- W. K. CK2CSS, tnlnintf. did not jrivc the Tex any reason to aiippoae that his ailoc-lio- n iat Major IWwards, wn reelproeaUil. EST AT . (J EXT, from lelnr dlsoourufjeil, deterniluiwl far Barbourvillo, Ky., at once. 10 liavo the cU stion aettled - lie - 01 - h ep'"pn ' Sawyer to take n walk, II the Ho invited Ml r i.le in., .it) ni Ur Ci and, art soon a he hail an opportunity to ii it 7 f do ao unobierred, he promptly blurted WM A kl J s t. .l JwS. out: -- Miss Jennie. I lore you with all my cilli fori Mam urert, oppesll I'nflman Home, up talis Nurout Oxid t.a given for pamlws Klfal ting mm Kg"' r "Why, Mian .Tennio. I am 8f nlitirr THE MAN WHO CAN NOT LAUGH. out three thousand copied of Uto Uugle There are scores of imllvWuak vet really can't every week to font file imh&vlbon and adoro. Js And tb chlisfest of the number la tho vr? oix Imnlrad more to trylnit Ii ru that what yott call having no circulation wbou Why, mr ciroulution is lnoroaslng at tho Who would you're failing Jolly and a Utile fan poke. a wook. Will ?rvr H the iwlnt until you 4tnsrara jour rate of over onu hundred copies re.ut the sworn statement In Didn't Jo' laat week's llnle about our circuliitlun, Ills eyes assnme n vacant ntar until ho thinks llr) our biMks are opon to With a irnal ilelitratfsn, then he dons a In which I the innpition ot the public Tho adversiulie. tising patronage is keeping piico with Oh! It irro'.d be a pleasant Just to write tho cpttapb tho circulation. Jus think of It! a column and half live, paying new add in Ami hide laQh.the s'aadow of im man who oaji not last v.e.'.s lliiijle' and that's not all I am soli i .villi the sheriff and the county How liUe a b.t is frot that cbtlls the ronos in 1st, dead-'iead-- ALLEGED HUMOE.: ' CMroful with Klnil Worda. ,ii ste v 11 tsr-i- r merchant In a certain Toxas town is a great flunkey after people who aro rich, and has a corresponding contempt s. for those that are in falling One day ho remarked to bin clerk: "Havo 3ou written that letter to Smith, Jones & Co.?" "Yes, sir." "Have you signed it? A clreum-stanco- th Ii Moon suf-fi'rin'- 4- Aro n'j-e, irulirUualri who wear a otook ot h soon ' PENiW, the worth ot juit u r.;srrf ot ftn. V.'!h) sarin from Joy sad pleasure as tho bats r.oiitUe ua. Tuo daetiier, Mther thosiallt wltkta tho heart should huvi' a pltwe. t 15 it lal 1 nrlit.-- r novv aad thew tb eares ot V"hn can not comprehend li--- out; respectfully yours.' Just louvo out 'very.' There are rumors that they aro embarrassed, and wo havo no taffy to throw away on beggars." Toxas Sifting1- yet." "Well, in signing it do not put 'Very "aNot IT-- ' Dentist. j hand-sotn- i&sm'rjm 1 1ll f" vff v Ii -- V $, "" ) Away ThU world could vai a'.jn woo can not laugh. REMOVEDI '11 sontl-iiion- u weiiu t J I . C!l.fi ifn, I'ldt.n.poli. and th, CmiiU iifina Baltimore .. M i 'hjai mi fur Point- - '. IV I lilt I,"- - M. flal'-- , New York, V Iloslmi, Tn ladeMiia, line Ii Pud mil. Js ' K o ltArrj4burg rrsnkf.m K kri U VlfK.lMA Shortest alia Kinostd. Ohi. Itsi s . I .4- . i - i - 4" .1 m( aViatttajhatii, I ill lor knot- mi direct rtttiie ( h,ille, l.riii bliura; and . int. in the Pullraaa SaiiaAlr ram, hajnact car., thaitan w. with slMvr throuftiMerid-- mokiiK cr, and ' Ml . i I I I 1' ir sriltMul i H4Di lot an) a I (iiii iiK an It itaiKMf . Isrss- -n 'i. . L i for AiLata, Coluaibua, Wi'nuai wira efcerc A(lt, Mtcaa. n.OUt- Ciy rkMHuxriOaaNdStm, Pal... HleriMOff Miint-vill- r, line rtiaaifw aoliil (rata of ilas of pasaesv srhni, (IN Mo-- Caralo JjhV noinu s I r t and ! r II Vsii, Austin, TEXAS, - l) ref ieein- - ! n tvHi.otil omrurui Mphi. ant ARKANSAS Annimton and ii Vol I Nni(in rv, ll.t.iai, I f.U miitf m tran.frr (or (alln i MEXICO t AND I I CALIFORNIA. .on and uti-- . I I . I)- It rhrotttf u n-- M w A Si :i i s'n Anloni, t hi- - rm nihil . nuking iriiMfrr Inr I4ll Ui I r ktbitrrr. Kl I'mi an III inlin I' C in erlioat mik TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. I i ' i' I h ilt all on I ailf mfrc A frill t t t 41 in ii M f lii K t ii urr ra"' l i luti'ti l - i nil mat I. Hi tmi i.i.i, In ,tin k" I llttARIX I ,V and full it V. K) , ., I Kentucky Central R.R. "Itl.rK (iHAH KOl'TK." Thn Sliortodt anil Qulckost Route from Contr.il Kontuoky to all polnta North, natl F.mt Efiat. Woat iind South-Won- t. Ulnobotwmm Luxlntoit nml Clncln SLI1KDULK1N IUrKClMA No 3, No. 4 u, 180 No " South Hound F. Sua. i I, Covingloa. Lve Kilmoatn. Acr J'aif I.e c Cincinnati 8 I Air ltichniol Arr l.nruitr Atr Stanford i II 0 LPl!H Atr Winche.lar. n 05 Air I.iiiuoa ,i mo aaiou u oojijji io jj AH. p m .. MO p m it Kx Sun. Dally a m I w p ii lj pm. " am 8 o p m i P ra P o IJ w J a ' iHinilll fuS! NTS. will tfet all the county printclerk, an ing. Why. Mitss Jennie, the suceoss of the I'.ugle has been truly phenomenal." "Are you ur,,v' she aeked, demurely. "And you are not deeel vest In regard to tho circulation by hallucinations. owing to jour liver complications'.'" "I ewear I'm not. I am abundantly ablo to support a wife in style. Your every wish shall eiiimpliod with." liea-t- ." "I certainly think. James, that your be nurprlBed or Hlie did not seoci to ltor complications and the funotlonal AUornoy ut Lnvv, e waited, for h weroly ropllinl: lrrogularlty of your heart need tho care "1 think you aru tnlfctufcen. James." 327 Filth Si., - Louisville, Ky. of somebody who has had exporienco In My MJ,o. I'm nvt! ludewl I'm not! suob matters, and If. as you say, tho if Shrer tin heart has been low with Wive for you iluglo is in uch u llouriihtng condition, r 101 ) I Untmwyou." replied Major over sinoo " I might IMwanls, excltodly. C. (.IVK.NS KtAr M VKIMON M am tiwuri. that It U jcenerally tnken In the last Issue of the Ilugle appoars for fronted that tho heart is the soat of the notice of the uitirriage of Dr. Jennie GLYEKS & IMRMON. emotion, but I know thnt the functions SNiwycr and Major Kdwardft, the handof tho heart are purely inochnnlcal and some and talented editor of that jourItBAUBSTVTB. museular." nal. Alex. K. Snoot, in Lippineott's. IMncvillc, - "Hut, Mine, Jennie. A iv fill of mp't'iosltjr. "All that the heart doe In to pump loan l.i U,CmI, Iron and limber .a ml bought "l.morftonlA. my dauifh'er," inquired (. irrepijiittriii the bloj! throujfh the vein and artork's or staid on Coiaasi-.i.h 101 yr olKited of the human body. I have iIIkooukI the stately matron, "why did Mr. leave so early last evening? Ilavo too many not to know. ' "Well. then. Miats Jennie, lno yon you and he quarreled?" "Mamma." replied Miss I low James, persist In triving this conversation an anatomical turn, what organ is responsi- "Mr. Drodweigk kissed uie last evonlnf with such nnoemly vehemence that ho ble for tho emotions?" C inn rni in M ndav Mis 4. r m a rc( disarranged uty spectacle. I have 4I41 in .gun .nil ileber UT it ih. house 'f "1 ajree with the n lobrated lr. vv.rv Notify o or .in . it him forever." in Siaat ril of Ilerlin. that the liver ha much in II )"ii vi. h in Wrsrrs.d And the proud Doxton ff'.rl. polo but HKI.Mr.K A 1. A US tf to do with the emotions than tho more sternly n'solutr. turned again ti hor heart. " Aristotle, and a deep, dooor-OU"Nut I ean't well aay that I love you volume of d elaawloally Iioatonlan otlllneav C. A. 3EHEDICT& CO., although I believe with alt my llrer; the apartmont. Chicago Tribune. liver," said Woll Drillers & Pump Adjusters, there aro nlTcetlouf of tho long breath urillMajor lid ward. drawl(r a .:hitt. rANM)Rt, KV Mr. Cjnnell- - K.itlile. dear? and cnetiJijr n tepnlrin jrlanee at tho lady. lreseutly he broke out Mrs. CounoU Pfwhat's hotherln' yoz? Weill drilled to order aud Pumps luiaithed at rounir Mr. Conmll Tell mo want moro again: factory pnr 'Miisa Jennie, I dream of yott every how th ould pig died phin Oi was away nlghu" at tue wor-rI Mrs. Connell Sure. Ol'vo told yoz a "I'm norry to hear you soy thnU It sbovss that your euso In mom eonipli-o- a t'ousan' times alriddy. ted than I supposed. Hut I think I laave me bear it agin. Mr. McConnell 01 liov a cbitider in roe eje from th' can bo of aaaista nee to you." In the orjot itr Ii nil. of Kor land "Kit?" an' 01 want t' ory it out. II J IAKsl. Rowland. i' "What do you eat for supper?" J udge. "At all events, do not ridicule mo." Oll lll to t'Ollir MIcIiit. "I'm not niooklnj you, James. You Knterprising Manufacturer I will must out light suppers and tukc more raiso the offer. Madam, to 5.1.000. I have milled ne to oxuruUe. liunf , h ',,01111 and In Let me look at your eyes." all I aalc the tiso of your III) livrT) iismc.N, making niv .1 ile iru'lid III his head in her hands, she name. I none In lhi tnm n short las. irt dav, t irn. ills nonth a And, taking eves, yn Ireding ) ll e or notite gazed in his and said, shaking her ink Hesitating Prima Donna I hardly I 1ILRMOMI, .pe.ia'tv II You are bil- know what to say. If it were soaps or hoadt "As I expected o; ' Jun tion Cit) Ky 1I.TV0 toi. a bid taste In your ious. complexion powder should accept tho am not oiler in a moment, but but is equally quite sure whether corn - er proper. Suppose we say ll le i.e.l one ot the staMe at Pen e , larri. Ira. k and will run a general Tribune. Terrllili- Privation. Breaking and Training Stable. "I ree'leot very well," said the venerHe has had sallies ent evmiteuce 10 make him an able man. "when tho high wator at hit raia will I. verr eieii the btisiac. and!iare ol ur patronage Paducah in '14 kept mo a pris'nor fur (iiv him a reasonalile S i)r three days on tho ridgopole of a barn." "What did you llvo on, grandfather?" inqu'red one of tile Interested liftle ivery, sed and Sale Stable auditor.-."All them three dujs, children," said the aged Kentiioktan, shuddering at the -J&, recollection, "I lived on water." Chicaa u -- 1H v go Tribune. t - Honesty am good, an' laikwiso am a padlock on do do'. Do oldiih do man do less ho risk beln ChlcoBol'o!. foun' out w'on he lies. Ef yo' tie ahahdknot In a hurry yo'll wish yo'd ink 30' time. SPUING THOUGHTS. Kf yo' know w'nt to do vvld yo' ban's an' feet swimmin'er cny. 3woot InaulB8 in Sono Sympa-tiioti- o Do faVah a nag kin trabblode mo'dar HofioctionB. am dat ud latk toe drive ur.i. A nalioh's pig may grunt loudali on s" IILKK 11 proo-abl- y yo'n, but yo' pir's grunt er mo' laik --a Zi&fitt- ino trade or J. A. al lr n. In Judge. r-wmnthe Jhaii, without tue man rs-xitrj 1th htm ona. Old C'lioi'il.ite's Jocosrrlnus CliaU Ilammorin' makes suliln' mo' en soun. dnt he'p make lawsho'p break urn. no cannet aUt the kemeU from uiu-si- u. i -- l REAL 11 K rfrA -- i1 i' of. asion that oirers nn easy m- h- 11 r ,Vy v Ti PiYf AVRES &f!lVEXS. - 1 vi If 'AW k1 Hte to the Indi vidual euxiiKi-s- i in it. although tV of the man uuo-wife is an actress or k e o p e r of a may be an exception to the it lii All trades and linos of biisinoss huve t Ii e i r natural and leltimato lkni.Trw Kviitucky. I I" Cnn-iueiH- 'e. 1 lirod-woig- ICE, -- ICE. pe-o- n die-mlsa- Vlr-obo- 1. 8. por-vado- .1 - For Sale k. Twenty luiltfi!i I.ols gas-hou- ne Livery Stable. ir-I 1 1 a i.--. I 1 C. Ii. CROW 1 SIO.OOO?-Chica- go - 111 . f- 1 t-j P p . " .. ml.' " " 5 4 5J 7 J P ,n p in P P ItfaeffipEaQ-- ji ir ' .. r i,. 7.T1 T oTKf I ! X-V- fl ,o-- l 'I A I I lloiiiiymnitii In I'dip.'. " " 1)5 I1 j to p p 9 I' l - . L j.. . vr Ki. hmond Arr lie tea Arr l.ivintitoa .1 I $S JJ N0-i W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRG'RS. "Mr. Ditfhy told uie he didn't en.oy his wedding I.II.I. lueer wort of btateiuont, wasn't it?" "Why. no. auutie; not under tho IOSDON, I orn on reasonable terns I tent point on the rai mnoftl-ein the mountain se K 3 S " ' , ; NifihliRd. N. b $. No. I. l.e I.ivmKiton.. I.ellcrea, Air Kicnimmd I.ve Stanford 015 am ut aw . . 7 1 4$a 5 t I I.jluailer J.r Richmond Arr 7 iia a m .... tooaa in p 0 in .... - . in 6 to a 111 p in 7 I! a in a m 40 P m 7 ) a 1 45 P " l.te I.lu,;ton K15P m 7 ' P " V P "' 8 53 a '" I.vel'aru I 1 11 p in 9 am $ ao p rn I. o Falmouth 6 30 p in Covington. , 5 n p tn Id )j am J 0 p m 10 S am 6 jg p w Arr Cincinnati " . I C I.. l......K iicicci. trains .Oft ll anil 14 iitn ounnuy inciiiiKti and l.exlnjloii, leaving Ciiuinnun it a m .and arrit iiik at I.cklngliHi at 11 in I.etlnctun .it 1 40 p. in. and arrive at Cincinnati at 5 35 p in. On thrMnvville Hranch. V09. Ieaei Tank at 800, am and No 11. at 54s. I1 "'. arriving at Mawlle at 10 15, a m, nnrl J 10, p ni No. IC leave Mavilleat j.ij. a in. arrivtni; at Tarn at No ll leave-- Majuville at 1 50 unJ 7 40, a in arnvea at Pam t 4 '$, P in These trauii are I.ve Knhmond. Arr Wimlietler.. Arr I'arn . . jrr l.e daily except Sunday. So riimdal!) Irom I txinKlnn to Ciniiniiali No 4 leave Lexington 10 00 am; arrives Parit to 4$ am; except Sunday 1 No 7 600am; arrives Cincinam, except No runs tlallv between I.exing-t-nanCincinnati. No ( rum daily between Cinitiinatl and Lexiustoii at incnestel Nos land 6 mate cumieitioii Inrpolntson the N N AM V K) I M PORTAN T -- Trains ol tin line now arrive at and depart fnmi the Central Union i'jixngcr Mitlnn Cincinnati, making connections for all poitit North, East ami West Through ticket an I bvgzage checked to any destination reached by a railroad. Kor full particulars addrets anj a,ent ol the to. or Pass. Ast , Cincinnati. V L. MUNSON.Trav Agt , S. F. II. MORSE, OenT Cincinnati, O, and Gen'l t K HUS'IISOTON, nati I 10 No. 711'dvc C'almoutn 8 leaves Cincinnati pm, except Sunday 7 5 10 pm; aim e- Falmouth rain Noti- - 55 d PaVr ll. VUe-Pres- ORNKRAL OFFICES Chamber ofComtoerce Uuiiaitif. UlKintnti, O. Maiueer. mouth wlion voi. g t up, and .1 dull pain in the in your side?" rai ie "Confound my liver! I want" "You want to take hotter oaro of yourself; 011 want to take throe pills tonight, and a SeldllU powdor in tho morning. Oh, I know what you want!" she replied, laughingly. "No, j on don't know what I want. I want to tell you that I lovo you to distraction, that your image is ever boforo my eyes." "Is that so? I'll liui to mako a more of your case," sho recareful dlagno-dmarked, thoughtfully. "I toll you, now, I see your lma;o always boforo my oyas, no matter whero I HUSTONVILL.E, KY. gol" ho replied, o.veltedly. "Poor fellow! Your Intnlleot Is falling. and re id) to do an) Are Hill n the thing in the Unilertakuikr line We have a full You should hne oomo to me before." toclr. of Ca.cs unit Caskets of all kinds ind Kobe, "I would have come to ou boforo, ol 1 very description Our he use, wIikIi is uearlv 04W can be obt lined an abort noiire Mr J It but, Mihs Jennie, you g.ivo mo no enOieen b s charge ot our business and will show May I hope " our ooU tu aii) one nian f an't inn n '" couragement. "Certainly you may." 64 tf ine "Thank lloavon! Am I to understand that you tako " "rtit "Of couno I'll fiko your oaso. I 41" jx want to roport It to tho Medical Journal. Those hallucinations show that your trouble is complicated with ma Your heart irregularities aro laria. purely functional and will disappear in time if you follow my dictation." IJ A SPECIFIC !" "Confound it, Miss "You must avoid every thing Hko excitement Let mo ol your pulsu. Dear mo! your circulation is complotely run down." "My circulation run down? I guoss OH MOMTHLV BICKNC9S , TTa.N UUrUNS .rMVNVllL. Q? Utt not." "Oh. yes. It U! It Is not over sixty TOuWOMAH"jmffrjfa J300K ' mDFIEU) REBUIATUICO. ATLANTA CA. right now. "Not over sl.ij!" howled tho journal- Mumrtiitufmn, r- Goodtitrniul irl-a'a- e I' r Hire n.slVe miU ovtn orse -i l.t l MK larftK AT YOl'i: KTVs. v. way e- - olmperono ulong."- - Life. In tlin Q. "What do you nipnti?" "Well, you st'o Mrs. I)l"bvhad such a horror ot people filcing Digby and her for a bridal couple that sho tool; u Who Is I'irk. tbut awkward trail on borsebach, riding down tho brhllo path? L He Is proprietor of a new rldlug academy down town. "And that preposterously futman who fills his carriage to overflowing, who is ho?" "He ib a specialist who makes a groat incomo by reducing people's fat." Texas Sittings. Kv let y .so. Customer Isn't thero a great profit in those shirts at ouo dollar? I saw in tbo papor the other day that the poor girls hero make them for seventeen cents a dozen. Clerk Yes. sir; but all the girls havo to do is simply to make them. Customer Precisely; they make tho shirts and you make the monoy. Clothier and Furnisher. An I u fallible Mill. Ilronson I think tho HaNoys have deserted tho woman's rights movement. I low aid Have you heard thorn say s J. T. STJTT03S & CO., nninfipi jsrrAuriLLUo STXt pEMALE- - litr MENSTRUATION wfMm REGULATOR so? a decision from a Supreme Court is ways said to bo "handed down?" Ilronson No: but Mrs. llalsey is lot.I.I . K. SWI JsT. ting her hair grow out long and Mr. had his cut short. Judge. Halsoy has . What ll Would One Ourstloii forever Settled. Politician Say, Hen. how would First Grindstone Kiljordan, why Is it that you like to bo appointed collector of tbo Prt-rer- speak, but depressing the mild vvin'er lias a eiToct on mo'c industiie i than one. Kven the pluui'xi becomes nnd after a verv iriild winter. He falls utterly to realize that the stjti.is of twlversltv are wholesome. their drift is Tboterh. like pot always mhii. let us shed a .sympathetic tear: for Ibis hai been a fenrfully severe winter on plumbers. J u it at this i is'i he ran see less fun in these jokes jjiont plunbera than ever In fore. iVnother class that can mingle its tears tii those of the pjor plumber is of ixwl baroius. Thanks to i ilio warm winter. There aro mill-i- a is and millions) of dollars which 'ley did not Rjeeefd in obtaining from i hivery humanity. It is a very remark-i.M- e fact, neve tl.eW,. tbut a dimln-1- us' demand for coal has no effect on theiwrket. It is a.1 somewhat pecu-I.a- r that the diseoverv of new and rich coal mines is uever allowed to interfere with the price of coal. The coal baron. howev i. ftnera'!y mannges to hold moro than hia own. It never occurs to him to lot go that part which dops not bolouir to bin:. A scientific pip rviys that two inches of ice. or nither ice two inches thick, will support a man. In summer It support-, not only biai but his entire f unllv. If we are to rely on th p.vdidlons of those who nre s'lppow d to be iMisted, tho prleo of lee will be so high during of the coining bitnmer that nn inch of ice 1U ..ipport the his family and all his relatives. npciikimr of Ice brings up the question how alxn.t the jounsr nTan of limited means and bis lady friend" with tho unlimited jeurnin;, for the delicacy? If the price of ice cream in to bo Increased, it is not a bit too hooii for hlin to quit the country or get W hat nn impetus the increased prico ot ice will give to the Icecream joke! Very likely we will mid of young uilntiinr in front of ice cream saloons, and being awful mad when carried nearly it "oloek away to a drug htore. We miibt a'so lie prewired to read that while whistling makes mouths small, ice cream has a tendency to onlnrge the .nouth. Is appalling. In fact, the Tho newspaper editor who it. anxious to enrn the eve. lasting gratitude of that Iniluentlal eleinenl. the unmarried men, will begin right now to publish horrible oases of poieaj.iing by eating ice cream. He, the journalist, mifht intimve editorially that Mich eaaeo of KUnning are becoming so frei(uent tbat th j our.g man w ho offers lew cream to a young mi nTted than lady is much mow to the one who doesn't. The Jokes about the diminutive lump of ice will have a meaning and force this summer in New Yoik that they never had before. It will not be long niwhfore P.rldget will say to the ico man; "Av ye pl.ue, sir, me" missus says will jez put tho ico In ther Mincer hero Ivery marning, nnd so we can havo cover it vvld the some of It lift If we don't get thero the mlnit ye lave it." There is one young lady in New York who Is supposed bj tho papers to livo in Harlem who will be niiuii routs!.? popular. She boooinor. deathly Hick if sho eats Ico cream. I tut in all borioi'snegs. it is an unmistakable fact that epidemics sf typhoid fever havo boon traced to Ice cut from stagnant ponds. People do not Imitate ponds that to out ii e from streams thoy would uonsid, r too ieiruro to furnish drinking wator, because they think that freexiujr purities, iho freezing docs not kill the bucillusof typhoid, nor does It free the wator from doad oiiranio mattor. M' cream mnnufautnred from such iue must he dangerous. -- Jjrjif' enre-wor- n m m ilir to s, nil sad-eye- d snaw-stor-u- ( lroiiintaiic C Hfi. Alli-Consiaciato i;;o'fcor I say. C! in, If young Nogoo.l comes around h to ajam rope him in. Don't let him o$';apo. Glnru Whj, brosbur Tom, U wus only day bt foro yosteiday that you warned m against him. You said ho was :i loafer and could nuvor oarn enou"h to support hiinstlf, uiuch less a wife. s, but I havo Considoiate l.i" tber found out Mince thnt he was a collogo Ho would chum of U iss Harrison. with mo mako a bully brother-in-lafor his deputy. Texa- bif tings. The l.o.i of u WuWIt. Anxious "i hi :i Moiiior Oh. Ooorgo, run h r" n I "" v.'liat ails t'ie baby; ho has such a ju - !"!:in'r noise in his o stomach. I'm afraid his heart has slipped down! Did you give him any thing to play with? (.iorge Only my watch. "(iood gracious! thon bo's swallowed it." M unsey's Wcokly. r Y-- i -- 'O- llt-ll- I.lko tin Mururr. Sensation Keportor It was purely a lovo match. It seemed as If fato brought these two people togethur. Noltbercould resist the other and so they wore married. Friend And how did John mcot bis fate? Sensation lleporter Unflinchingly. Muusoy's Weekly. CAUsi: n i il roil CH.VSTlsJ'MKNT. M$ m tm r ij7a w T ir. P a losV tT wz'v i 7 iw tw; viii is one-eight- h ice-ma- ma-rle- d. Father James, jou know I disapprove very much of your fighting, but I can not help feeling proud of you for whipping such a big boy as that. What did you whip him for? Why, ho said I Son (indignantly) looked like you. The Jury. A SHOl'T STOi. ln-dl- t.Jvfe .W&i ' a vv I rf'vw""" xfw&miI rr& SJ vKr wm vJ1 J - 1 -- She Did a big, fat grajshopper pass boro a mluuto ago? Ho (with a gulp) No, ho stopped. Texas Sittings. "11m a philosopher." "Woll, It's mighty good thing for you," said tbo crab, "for you'll feol lonoly when you got Into tho avorago restaurant chowder. I might remark Incidentally," ho added reflectively, "tbat sometimes vou won't bo thero at all." Merchant Traveler. 11 "I," said tho clam, ll Philosophy. tay-cu- p. Dirt! vsltli ltl 31 until Open. Found on a tombstone in u cemetery near a iioigblioriniUy: "Here lus the body of Gentleman lack Smith, who was for over thirty years tho etUclent and honored treasuror 9f the Park Avenue Theater. These, his dying words, will always bo rotnotn-bcre'This tiokot's n. g.'" Judge. d: "that the women who have tho smallest! foot possess also tho most acute sense of Humor tiv Hit-- root. "I have noticed." remarked Dolley, lu.mor." "I wonder why?" replied Miss Amy, joyly pushing her foot forward a trlflo. "llecauso brevity is tho solo of wit." ludgu. A Wurniuj; Itlust. al- Kiljordan jomo fuss that has been "kicked up." Chicago Tribune. llecauso it's always about Lord What's that steamer whistling; io for? Taylor To warn ot'aor boats out of port? Secon.il l'olltioian Port? Pshaw! I ;ho way. If 'she d'tln't vvhlstloshoM ., don't care for thorn wines. I'd much lave to stop. Lord Oh, I me. Merely whistling ta a collector of whiskloo. Wost loonor be loop a wake. Puck. Shore. Z H , pilfi , f ii.mil ,,mmf.i. ,.-,.- H.l7.fc- -. l1 4r ' . mX iw I U" V !' SrlV S- - W t. " J, i-- " -- j. ,Wpy3 ;" 'wiwmiwrfl ' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournrl nnrt Mr. Falconer hid written to Mrs. Stanford explaining their reasons for tho change In tlioir plans nnd had received from her TfSE C. 1800 hearty congratulations and commondatlou SrANVOUD. Ky.. of tho protiosed visit. The tmio was now near uthatiil, and tho preparations nearly completed for tho trip, when Mr. Falconer camo homo with a deeply flushed face, ami with a wild, restless loolc in his cyos, very with somo Published Every Tuesday and Friday unusual noticedhim; for did days past Isabel had that ho not seem in his usual spirits, but had attributed tho fact tc J 1J K 1 1 V AU V A. N . ' K some slight Indisposition. "Arc you sick, Mr. Falconer." sho said. in .ilarm, as ho sat looking moodily into the WPWhtn net o paid S2.SO will be charted dre; it wns now November. "I do not know," ho replied, passing his hand over his forehead wearily. "I have K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. hml a headache for several days, and it Train leave Kowlaiid t 7 00 a m , return.'. g feels so strange as if there were a tt 5:30 p. m. bumble bee in it." "Let mo batho it for you," shosnld.bring-- ! L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ingn bottle of cologne. Sho stood by his sido nnd bathed his head .....11 511 am Mail train coins North.... 1 irfm In tho refreshing liquid until he fell Into a soutn. 11 :opm restless slumber, and she noted that his Kxprcit train " South . 3J7 ... North. breathing was hurried nnd uneven. Local Freight Nort' "It is a severe cold ho has taken," she 5.8P " srmtn whispered to herself, endeavoring to ,uict Thelattertraintal'irry pamcngers. The above it calculated on standard time, Solar her own uneasiness; his entranco into his homo was nlwa.vs so genial and kindly that time is about o minute faster she was tho more alarmed by this strange, moody arrival. Henwokowith a start. "".".'hero am II" he cried, wildly. "Hcre.my husband.Jathome," she replied, W. P. WALTON, KAlt,iy -- ; " . "' ,, ISABEL 1 OR, From Shop to Mansion. THE ROMANTIC STOKl' -- OF A- - it. DRESS-MAKER'- S RISE IN LIFE. "Ho B going to New York and ho wishes mc to go with him," sho admitted. "Ah 1 see through the whole conspiracy," said Isabel, drawing a long breath of delighted relief. "Wo arc going to New York to ask papa and mammu'seonsimit, nnd after that, orange blossoms and a clergyman; oh I you sly puss, to invent such an improved and economical method of paying doctor's bills. I havo guessed it, haven't If" "Yes," replied Lottio, laughing; "but upon tho plan of no cure, 110 pay," she continued, "for 1 have positively refused to burden him with my poor helpless self, under any circumstances, unless 1 recover entirely. I love him too well to burden him with a helpless wife." "As If ho wasn't big and strong enough to carry your burdens with one linger," laughed Isabel. "If you did nothing but sit in a chair nud smilo at him, you could help him more than the most of women with their full strength." "Still I shall insist on my proviso," resumed Lottie, with gentle obstinacy ; "but if I am well, In six months I have promised to be his wife." 'And I think you havo mado a wise choice, for I believe Dr. Conroy to be worthy of even my Lottie," nnd sho kissed the sweet, patient face lovingly; "but what will Gracio do for her littlo governess?" "You will find some other poor little girl who needs your kindly assistance, dear," replied Lottie, gratefully. "What a bless, mg it is to havo tho power of creating so much happiness, Isabel." "1 assure you I lcel grateful for it every day," replied Isabel, thoughtfully. "How littlo we dreamed of the future in store for us six months ago, writhing under tho sfngs of Mmc. A mot's prickly temper." "You havo never visited tho South?" said Major Curringlon, as they sat around Dcs-ethe table in the spacious dining-room- . hud been brought in, and they were chatting over it leisurely. "Never, except on the briefest of business trips," replied Sir. Falconer. "In some respects our glory has departed," said the Major, thoughtfully, "though m others there Is a change for the 1 rt j ' ' , changes," said Mr. Falconer, "especially In the relations of the higher classes with thu laboring class." "Yes, it Is so, and though it was like thu rery bitterness of death to give up our old Ideas, I am not sure that many of us would be willing to tako them back again. There is a new future and n new race springing up in the South a future of mechanism nd development, and a race of earnest, ictlvo thinkers. tttter." "The war must have wrought great "Tho old phase of haugh'y indolence is being merged Into a share of your Yankee Ambition and thrift; but I am anxious that )ou should see all this for yourself. When shall we look fornn extended visit from you?" and he looked inquiringly at Mr. Falconer. "We had thought of sending Christmas In New York," replied Mr. Falconer, "but, perhaps, that visit cun bo deferred In favor of " I should like to have you see our this." Christ- plantation life mas festivities, though, of course, sible." "My wife and daughters will bo onnx-lou- s to meet you," he cortmued, turning to Isabel. "Wo have so often speculated in regard to tho littlo babe of our deur sister Alicia. Her mother is still living, and will trip to the North in the hopo of rinding you," resumed the Major, seeing that she was too near to happy tears to, reply. It was so sweet to her to hear of these family ties, so new and unexpected. "Hut it seemed as hopeless a quest as if tho earth hunted rural cemeteries in the hope of finding some humble stone to mark our sister's grave, or somo trace of old Chloe." "Your search might bo more successful now," observed Mr. Falconer, "as Isabel caused a small monument to be erected over her mother's grave, in the hope that somo of her family might Und it, as well as a tribute of affection from herself." "lam glad; It has been a source of sorrow to us all that one so dear Bhould be lj ing in a neglected grave so far away, and poor old Chlool" he spoke Interrogatively. "Was buried near her," replied Isabel, "she begged to be buried near her dear young mistress; 1 placed u small stone at her grave also." The Major smiled at her kindly. "I see you are a true scion of the old stock; tho Fembrokes are a family of rare sympathies and generous tendencies, and I am hnppy to see that you have these qualities which tnade our Alicia so dear to us." 1 be Major took hla leave In the evening, bad opened und swallowed you up. I even welcome you with open arms. I made one is not what it once was, yet we keep up the old customs us far as pos- the with his blood debilitated nnd chilled by sickness, looked forwnrd to It gratefully. ANIMALS THAT YIELD BOTH PROFIT Dr. Conroy had been like n brother in thtt AND PLEASURE time of trouble, and tho Falconers, who hud respected and admired him before, were tears. now bound to him by the ties of affciaon as ; Lillian bad a raro fa culty in a sick-rooW'lij Not Trj Aiiu.mi C..ml? Tli.-will her steps were so noiseless, and she wns well. Ho who comes to us in our liottr of llirlte In .it.v 1'nrl if the I'uiintr) , so far removed from fussinoss, and with an excellent memory, sho could always be trouble not only mattes himself our friend, from C.tllf.irnlii t Nun ttiiglmnl tliey depended on to carry out evpry direction of but cominuntts i.ffccitoii nhto, mm Un I'r.ileet Mn.' liutu Dues. earnest, faithful physician not onlr heals tho phvsician. tho sickness by the uid of his skillful knowlIsabel could rest, so far as her overwhelmWhy lint renr Aiiguni gouts 111 this ing anxiety would allow her to, with perfect edge, but brings his sympathy, his southing .muuryy Tlietr wool i.s nsotl in the ui.tiiu-fiietiu- e confidence that Mr. Montford and Lillian word ami kindly touch, winning a pt.tco for mmId if nliHJr gotitln. utid tins,were doing all for him which could be done. himself in our hearts which no other ran fi'.hhtunublw iignin. T1.1 n uioiunv 1111. Tho delirium had given way to a heavy n goat call be rnis-ri.i'ii or .ii dn Dr. Conroy was one of these who brought stutwr, nnd there mut soon be a chance Tl Ml ohii'p eatt. ItMiativo climate for tho better or worse, and the ehnnge was his heart with him to too sick enamour. 111 Asia Many a mothur could tOMlfy thai lie nml Mttior similar to thet of Texas awaited with breathless interest. "Do not grieve so, dour auntie," said ministered to her sick bubo us tenderly us and -- .iiicil I lie southern states; still, the Lillian, gently. when Isabel, overcome, by if It had been his own. Aug- r.i li t leMi trnsl with xrf. it It wns this element of tenderness in his the thought that ho might die, had given w Kngluml On th l.-i- tfn .ee. ii. way to violent weeping. "Unelo llarvoy nature which had endeared him to Lottio Coiict tin 1 ;in largt Hook of the-- , mi has such 11 grand constitution, you know ; Ford, and with him nffW'uni for j : mnls. Piny are mine easily ti in why, 1 am perfectly astonished "at him for tho fulr, sweet girl, so 1011110 and sheep. tin! dogs will not disturb tit tn, being sick at nil, it is an unprecedented sprung in her suffering, bad up spontaneously, and ho hud uitido her but which go a long way in their r.iwr performance on his part, lean assure you Her gentle raillery was better in this enso few visits before he became iiiueiou Unit It is raild, and by thoM' who imvt tried Than sympathy, unit hope sprung up anew she was the one woman of all tno world it, tlint if otic Angont gttit is put t tun in the wife's, heart, and sho began to look whom ho wished to call his wife, and as he with 11 Hock of sheep, the ilns will kr ej forward nioro cheerfully to the oxpectod was a straight forward Hum, ho had lost no iwny from tlint flock ns if it w poioii in the disease. iu snowing her his heart. turn time Sho was steadily Imprcviug under his It was her night to watch with him, und she took her placo by the bedside with u care, and could now walk with one crutch more hopeful spirit than she had cherished with but little puln, and there was everr reason to hope that her recovery was to bo since he had beer sick. Y About midnight she notired that ho cotnp.ete, and sho was prepanntr for thu &" gently -- t.5Jv: "Oh yes, at home; home Is where love Is. breathed uioro r.aturallv, and, going close visit at homo with great dellgb ,? "Lottie, dear," said Isabel as thcvs.it in t. Isabel," he cried, nioro wildly than he had tohitn, sho noticed with a heart throbbing ftl.fc '"" with delight that there was a fulnt sparkle her cheerful room, "you will spend the tlmo S' 1 havo loved W'isiV v yet spoken, "do you lov'o met ' you with all tho strength of my strong man- of moisture on his hitherto ixirched and ' with us before jour murriage. will yu not I flji,i , 1 shall hood, and waited patiently for your love." strained forehead; she took her handker- I We shall return In Fcbnury. and In her terror and excitement Isabel's in- chief and gently wiped it off, fearing she hope to see you soon nfier we come home " "Yes," replied little; "Malcolm wishes no, it was herent truthfulness was still predominant, might bo mistaken, but reappeared true, and mo In a few moments It to remain under treatment frr soma and she nnd she answered him gently: "You wish .. .. knew he was better. "Oh, God, 1 thank timoyet. He is ihiukii.g hucun cut father van "t me to tell you the truth, do you not J" Thee,'1 sho cried, as she sank upon her "Yes, yes, the truth," he said, fretfully. (iOAT M,o "Then I will say that I do not know," she knees in mute thanksgiving. lc.tii-Perhaps the great emotion of hor heart Tl.t'i in. ihair fleece weighs ,1 ut answered, still smoothing his hair and brow four js'iiihIs Its price, free of lmrr .in-- l with her white hand; "my feelings are so awoke a cympathetle ohord in his, for iu a washed, ranged hist year from .W mingled with gratitude and respect that 1 few moments ho opened his eyes, and, looks actually can not tell whether love has en- ing at her with glad recognition, whispered, to .V) cents tn .Vow York, and In u. "Isabel." tered Into my heart or not. I honor and re- feebly: love! my cents t .' vents on tlio Piiciiir (.,nd .. . "My It " (.1 darling!" she whispered ll'PI... ........ I..... . spect you above all men, my husband." w"-The w..i I very l,.ngiHl silkv. ! softly in his ear. , "Yes, always honor and respect," he ! (..iriiagtou. M Ho " Her oyes and hair will remind ymi of '" MTlMHitrly to the tmliiiiil sfe.-- t irritably, in a tono so foreign to "You seemed to struggle with memory. muttered, do love mc, then," ho wbisjored, H ntlgorit in extremely lwnlv. Hlld It AlUin when voii nn line nimbi.- r.imni-lrr.- ! any that ho had ever used toward her that It nil the Major, "lly the way, where is Clw.- - linrnV t.i Hasv than the .hi . j her alarm increased every moment ; "re- faintly. "Better than my life, nearest love," she eat nlui.t atiythin,' -- hurt ,f I, tT 1 spect and gratitude, hut no love," nnd even tor" said, gently pressing her lips to his. "Ho Is having one of his gloomy fits tt. tiotwl niblwr IhniImiw! tuin.tt". .n as ho s)Kke ho setUcd back into a doze Ho smi.ed wearily, like a Urd child, and day." answered his wife, "and though.' flimieh th- - leltcM.-i- i Isubel flew to tho hall, and calling Mrs. I f tin ,,. . Montford, begged her to send Tom for Dr. with a look of ineffable content dropped off u.,r rU.ri., HiniuinisuauKiiierwascoiipg,iiso!iiril 1 . to sleep again, whllo she sal by his side in a to make no Impression upon his miml, iiiul tnn-- s Conroy at once. tlutt have 'lecniie fml with or tumult of joy. "My dear," she said, soothingly, placing lo lias wandered off." Mrs. "How Httk cnsMnww an- m Hoisn't a'onc f'saM the Major, nllt'U "w ww her hand on his arm as he again awoke came in is he?" said watch. Montford, who t ...lu.. I.I.. 'ihey Hf" ..... iiMitnsit.M 1 to relieve her iiixiousiy. with a nervous sturt, "you had better go "He is better," she whispered. "Ho knows It Is likely that t'e "Oh. no. I sent Pompey after hint an ijroHt cHi'il-r- x to bed and rest, and you will feel bettor in me and spoko to me." usual, and ho will take euro of hiui." s?Ully (lenimble for will prove the morning." "Thank the Lord for His mercies I" said "1 wonder Mrs. Pembroke is not bote," southern Ho brushed her hand from his arm with owing to th- - gr, ."' r said Adelaide, look I tig from tho window pustun- agesturoof repulsion. "Don't call medcar; the good woman, forventir, and, taking ruiiKe tn the sheep murium r in hor arms us if she had been her own MJoll ( ARRINO TON MHT TUB TNAVflXnS. "1 four meeting so many of us at once, li I want no hyiwcrisy," ho said, harshly. "now go to bed, dearie, und sleep hotter employment hen that. . ha In going to bo very ejci idng for CousIh Isabel. there. "Hut you are dear; tho deartst ftiond I child, top ! Uml i.r like a morning " ! Hs'i.lOS poatxln until have in tho world," and tho tears nlmost York. If It wero not for that 1 should fe! 1 not iced her hand trembled In initio what. Tho sun was high when the overtaxed wind wm mieeil in tile Tniob. Th.s I Umk it." us she spoUe. choked her s I wife awoke from her long and dreamless fcs If must p "my last months of luuMcn " She is not looking as well as when I saw w mm all np by til iiuuinfn t yr. s 'Oh, a friend, eh 1" Ho spoko sneorlngly, slumber; life with motner theslurr.bor of swoet relief after with a bitter laugh, the tcrriblo laugh ofa "Oh, Isn't that lovely I" cried Isabel, "if her,' suld .Mujor Carrington. " Hor hus- and 1.720.410 p.ttmfe inure, which mis iong days and nights of weariness end agband's sickness bus, doubtlSKS, bea 1 imported. H rt- - i ceruinly ow mat man who is not himself. : onizing suspense, andsho hurriediv dressed nou Pan have the lituo mother near j h will have to adopt in, i,c, Ur 1 loug for strum uisjii her nerves.'' "Won't you go to bed I" she asked him, her.-ei- f rKvt yet overttiit'Ked. sica-rooand went in'o tho 'Miimitm, oughtn't ut to send Liietu pleadingly. s. mother so," und she guvo a sigh tux '.fee Lillian was there, and her husband was r and Cuto to help thctn dross I" bed I" Ho looked at her with his heavy "To lct moth-- in her grave. ' I hardly know what they have Imioh acib Ilere llixilaii'. eyes, from which the light of reaon was awake. He greeted her with a smile, in- "Mother's heart Is largo euoug'ii f. r "s fantile in its weakness, yet full of love and both." replied I.ottls, smllmtr, "and I ojI. customed to." replied Mrs. CnrringtoM. A bin t iljch. tuntun fast departing. "What should 1 go to bed le ( tuv ngi for? A business man has no time for day trust, us sho bent over him and wh.sperrd feoi Jfcr. have oortiskin tube Jettons " People llvo so alfferonUy ir. tho North nud Ihjtm bnd In- - eve injorml ti. ;.t .'el glad words of lovo and thankfulness into snoozing. Where's my hatl" and hestrug-gle- d of you. The" will come lt ;i sitr.v, if It WiiltTi"! ml eaieil t.. Ik- . 1 inline, my uear, iaugnu me .iiujar, Itirn nuif, to got away from her detaining grasp. hl ear. . all works as we expect, und us Dr. Cos ivy ts I "Havo I, then, bon so very sick?" ho i almost (tosltlre it will." Happily, Dr. Conroy was near at hand, "that my niece would consider n dressing-iiiiii- could e-- . a'.i'it theti got well, mi I. in about n month it asked, feebly, us hor tears of jVy foil upon " a nuisance and with Mrs. Montford now nppearcd ir. "Then 1 fear 1 am to bo disappointed u r- bis faco i.ne .' tving jttst us it il,l the door, to Isabel s intense relief. "Well.l am sure If 1 wore obliged to huving thu pleasure of making u darling lit Harvey, you deserve 11 tic "I think, Undo only it w.i wi.re. and we .1 'it'In The doctor's experience taught him how fur " said Isabel, u ..hade comb my owu hair, I should soon doeido to to deal with tho sick man, and ho soon sue coed scolding for giving us such a sc.iie," coming ovor her luce, "i hud untidpatou wear It cronped close," suld Adoloidc, longer in getting well. Tills lwis mi t laughingly, giving her fine head, adorned on an RvtT.ige !' n iiioiitli since tl'i inceeded In getting him Into bed and under ' Lilliun answered for her. "If it hadn't been CavingsuchiiqeltcsoJoct affair " for my excellent nursing them's no know- tho influence of powerful remedies. "Weil." rep.ied little, "you und mo'lf t with heavy braids, a toss. jury, and 1 have thought that it had le " hat do you think of hint?" said Isabel, ing what would have happened to 3011. may decide that wben tho time comes, for "Still, if you had always been accus- volojml int wlnt is known as "m, doctor were I must confess that with fathur and mother tomed to being jour own hairdresser, " Aunt Isabel and that as she followed Dr. Conroy into tho hall, her Toe ye never gotn (otnphtely Caroline. eyes moist with tears, nnd a heart sinking (Flowering over you like a couple of lunatics here, your homo would seem as much like when I came to tho rescue." " "Habits uro Inexorable things," salJ well now Tter iui iittnck; a white scum with apprehension. iny home ns u:y place could He was too weak to replv to her lively Mrs. Carrington, "and, for the present, I reiuiuiis on the surface or ir the " He is a very sick man, Mrs. Falconer." " You dan.ug,'' uid Isabel, relieved. allies, but he pressed his wile's hand with "Then I shall coax our .f.c- - until sho I? will send L.ctte to Inquire if Mrs. 1'ai tlie eye. ml the liornt ennnc. he replied, gravely; "it would boa useless oner would like her assistance iu dress-iug- " kindness to pretend any thing elso He a feeble energy. obliged to consent to be rid of me; of course viy iniirli with tlutt eye What -- an It seemed ns if she could not be demon- you will go to housekeeping at tmce." shows every Indication of having entered a be tin lie for it' A neat colored girl mado her appearance tierce struggle for life, and all we cau do is strative enough after the long period of "Yes, Dr. Conroy Is so tnuroughly tired r. - I'eriwlic itiflaiiiuuitioii of Ans to hope and pray tor tho best," and pressing jold indecision through winch she had of boarding, though upon what scuie I uin in unswer to the bell, and Mrs. Carrington the eu eoiiiinutily known a mtn- passed; she knew now thut she hiui loved sure 1 know not; I have never qi.estioneu gave her her directions. her hand In his with unspoken sympathy, eye." genenilly luuls to total blindness. him for mouths when she had imagined "Pchis like dom Northern ladles ain't he turned nnd left her, thehot tearsstream-him' It attacks mw eye " Not a pinched ow my dear," said Isa- fust c I . no how," was Llzette's dls - , Many ti a ing from her eyes and her heart lifted in herself grateful only, nnd sho sighed us prayer ns It never hud been before for help he thought how his kind and noble heart bel, noduiug her head knowingly. "The doc- satisfied comment as she descended the cally until it is untiroly blind, nnd then must huve been wounded by her coldness, tor Is far from be. rig a poor man " stairs, after Isabel had kindly declined her nttm-Lin this her hour of urgent need. the tiler eye and produces like and sho strove to make amends by showing " I am glad ol that." said Ixmtr, sweetly services at her toilet. She hud never been !t i" twilight by some to Ki duo him every phase of tenderness her full "I had feared so much that I might be a accustomed to such assistance, and looked CHAPTER X. t 'million of tho system h.iv to a ii'oi-leicould devise. us more of a hindrance thun a help, In the following weeks Isnbel had need of heart to him, if ho was yet poor, und upon it on the eyes: otliTH , hindrance for success, but if he ran ufTord except in excep iotial cases. " Hut, don, I ifjg a SI"!..! all her firmness and presence of mind, for, "I think I must go homo how," said Lll-- struggling or wiitilntion and bad sanitary ns Dr. Conroy had said, there was a prolian, plavfuliy, tho next day. "1 havo res- such an expensive luxury us a weakly wife spec's It ull In do brungln' up," sho con- think condittms ire he chief causal fn t ,r. longed struggle for life in the sickroom; cued one forlorn in an from a premature Is liable to be, I shail feel better satisfied, cluded, philosophically. A carriage was at the door us Lizrttn The fact is tie absolute or undisputed tho first week had been one of delirious ' fate, and I shall have another to drag from for of course It would be foily for mo to exreached tho hall, and Major Carrington was cause of ticro, !.i iphthalmia istinkuown. raving, and her heart sank within her ns ' the brink of despair if I do not get back to pect to bo as strong as many arc" she repeatedly heard him muttering. "She Ralph, Mamma says ho wanders to und of cases defv treat-uieti- t. " Yes, my little friend, you might as well Imndiug out an old lady with tender re- ,The gixnt does not love me; she does not love me." fro liko the disconsolate ghost of Melan- decide that you are never going to bear tho spect. It was Mrs. Pembroke, and she said (Joil ;tre and proper sunt try in such sad tones that it pierced her very choly .' world on those slender shoulders of yours, eagerly as she took his offered arm: "Has conditio.. hliotild be strictly ubsen si. sbe cornel" f "1 littlo thought that your heart. and suve yourself soma inevltablo disapWash 'l.e liilltimisl eyo once or twuo She knew her own heart now fully; in visit was to be s jch a doleful affairas this," pointment, but you havo a mission of TO UK lOSTISi r.v. daily with warm water; und, as a n, those terrible nights of watching, when she said Isabel. "Hut, indeed, Lillian, you do sweetness nnd patience, which no one but no grMMi of .itroiiu. livo grains of ItMbdo bad sat beside him, breathless wlt.i fear not know how mjch you have helped me." you can accomplish, and which tho most of and suspense, the thought had come to her of poiuwttutu and ono ounce of water "I assure you 1 tako full credit to mve.f us would fail in. So bocomforted, my deur; There wiih once a farmer that ilreatn-e- d In all Its chilling force of what life wpuld for all 1 have done," she answered, willfully. It seems to be one of tho compensations of b" iimmI b putting 11 few dr ps in .11113 lie died nml went to liell. Arrived the eye after washing ll. be to her without him, and she knew that 'I do believe Undo Harvey got up this lit- .' that the weakness of tho f.esh ados Dakota sho loved him with a deep devotion which tle diversion just for the purpose of testing strength and grace to the spirit." there, he could see none of his calling. Farmer would last through eternity. the affection of his friends." Major Carrington met the travelers at "Aru there no farmers here?" ho asked She told him so again and again, ns she "Then I deserved to bo disappointed, station when they alighted, und wel- in iimiiKuiuent of the devil. "Ob, yes,' t'ir Stiil, In slivrp. knelt by his bedside, but he only looked at didn't 1 1" he said, weakly. He enjoj ed her the comed them with warm Southern hospital-ity- . A dip ui eomuinn use is made b as it showed him that he tlio devil, "plenty of them plenty bright raillery, a lid Mr. Falcouer had borne the one jHJim-- of strong tob.ieco t. h was once more union g flesh and blood pto- - even better than ho expected, and journey of farmers here." "Well, where are gid'on ol lKitlin0' water and adding e;i though four pie instead of tho dim and ghostly forms languid and pale, was In good spirits, and they"' "Como with Jine mid I'll rdiow ouuct-so- f line-- , sulphur. Tlielt4ald among which ho had moved during tho prepared to be pleased with nil ho saw yot." S'ottieft'l ow followed the devil, s well stttntl until it cool down to weeks when his deused fancy had distortA roomy traveling carriage was waiting ed every thing ubout him into unreal shapes. when til' sheep are dipped, for them, and tho burly, colored coachman w 10 took him to a great drying house. 120 dig-- ., Isabel was not disappointed iu Lillian; looked curiously, yet respctfuily.at Isabel, Ho threw open the door nnd there wen in it A vat or tub Is mod for thu the bright, sweet girl was just tho generas sho cume forward, for thu news had ipj'in;-.- . "d alter the ajiplu-atiothu ous, whole-soulelittle woman she had im- - .spread among the older colored people that 1row 1..upon row of farmers1, hiinging bv tho - " l"T'i 11 inn HI hjij . M. f,,r"" " ' im'1,.,1 n, tliui. !,,. in. agiucd her to be, and a warm affection had .Missy Alicia b" Jong-los- t daughter was wool on a tumble platt'orm so arranged sprung up between them. coming, and this faithful fellow had been asked the fellow. "Well," said tho dev- that the (ii.'r.iage is run into the vat. "You have forgiven me, then, for marryon tho placo over sinco he was born, before il, "those are the fanners who voted for Hie lieut is kept up by adding fresh ing your uncle?" Isabel said, mischlovously, tho war as a slave, since as a hired servhigh protective tarill' and they wore no from h mailer kept near by. If thero as they wero waiting in the drawing-rooant. for the carriage which was to tako Lillian A rldo of a few miles through lovely green that we had tolliang them up by ire lninle tin e jdioiild be dipped if they away. havo Iwcn . poMl to the contagion, and scenery brought them to the natural park the heels before we burned the.111." "Yes," sho replied, promptly, "and have ol elms, from which the place was named, tho wh- - r Jluck should be tiiKitcd for tho Carroll ' lowai Sentinel. given you my b.e.sslng, figuratively speak- - Elm Park, the carriage winding through same reuavii The liquid is thoroughly ing.'' Then more thoughtfully: "Your case them, past a miniature lake, und bank after woiked im.i the wool and the scabby is only another demonstration of tho fact oank of roses und other flowers, which, The history of prize lighting. has nuv . t, iai iwutc which are broken off by IUUIJIUJ5 which mamma ami I huve argued over ever though not in bloom, wero ..tt green and er recorded so fctrange a contest as wit, a wirn colj Ulltij tho which sinco I went in pinafores, that a person's suggestive of their summer beauties. The Sunday harbor in the skin are reached. Rural position lu lifo does not necessarilj' deterhouse was a fine specimen of a Southern which took plnco in Kentucky mine all hU qualities of head and heart." home, wldo verandas on ull sides, support- - morning. One of tho combatants hnd Now Yorkei. "Well, whatdo you think of her?" said cd by heavy pillars, around which twined lost part of his right arm and tho otlnr FA III Of SOFT AUUS STOLK AHOUNIl HRO. Mrs. Stanford, alter Lillian's return, and branches of the lovely Hal- Mule Distemper. a tlmoro Belle, MarccbaA Nicl rose and clus- - wns missing part of his left. After her with a blank stare, not comprehending when other Inquiries had been answered. I had 11 mule running in 11 pasture with right-armeflerce tight of six rounds tho "I think Uncle Harvey might have hunt- terlng clematis. or caring for tho intelligence which would and :....:.... " My desr girl, welcome, thrice welcome iimiiHyimiui .1 ed the city over without finding any one so ?. ..:.i. - niiihiiiK i.l,i. M'lu. a number of mules i.: colts which hud have made him so happy in health. " .i..it.. 1 I au ikf(.aai.a f uv ll ISII'III sx ...s.t to him as Aunt Isabel," re- to our home," tuid Mrs. Carrington, a tall, Sho kissed his fevered faco and bathed it perfectly suited are greatly nroiiEtMi g.,.-,- , 6Ud(lenly began to run at tho - sporting fraternity stately lady, who camo out upon tho verunin tears of contrition as sho bemoaned the plied Lilliuu, warmly. nose and had great dillicnlty in getting da to meet them, taking he la a warm over so singular nn exhibition. "Even if she was a plebeian shop-girl,- " answer she had given him In that last embrace. his breath. He "gurgled" or "unified" aid Mr. Stanford, with a smile. moment of partial sanity, when he had The Cow for Ituttrr. "And here is Caroline, nailing to ntl. "I'm afraid the blue blood of the Carring-ton- s asked her if she loved him. And yet, how tnrougii ms motitii. wuat can The richest milk is what we want for tiioair 111 n case of that kind? would boil if they should bear you como bcr cousin," said tho Major, as a tall, could sho havo answered him differently, be done graceful girl, nnd the 'mago of her mother, butter making; rich in its solids, and esspeak of their kinswoman under thut title," without being sure of her own feelings. Answer. It was a case of distemper Mrs. Montford had brought her skill and and Lillian laughed. "Aunt Isabel told me came to tho door of Iho hall, while Mrs. pecially rich in its proportion of fat. An where the pus cavity broko through tho that Major Carrlngton was terribly shocked Carrington gracefully welcomed Mr. Fal- animal which will give us milk of which sick-rooexperlcnco into the at once, scornlining the air passage and tho ing Dr Conroy's proposition to install a when she told him how she had been forced coner aad Oracle. Caroline grasped Isa- seven or eight quarts will make a pound membrane pus wns being curried away by way of bel's hand with cousinly warmth, and then hlicd nurse there, and had shared tho to earn a living " Harvey Falconer's return to health was as Introduced her to Adelaide, her sister, also of butter is far better adapted to butter the nostrils. Steam tho animal by takyoung wife's vigil wlthunweuried devoUon. rapid as could be expected, considering his ull and graceful, but with more of the Car- mukmg than an minimi which will give ing about a jieck of brMi in a sack, and Grade wandered through tho house dismuch more milk, but milk which will pour boiling water on the bran; theu rington stylo of features. consolately, und even ixit tie's unvarying extrcmo weakness, and he was ns yet but Isabel could scarc.y control heremotions require twelve or thirteen quarts to make hold the sack over . , . . sweetness and care could not console her I the pallid ghost of Llmself as be sat up in aa sho entered the house, though . the animal's nose, sbe could 11 pound of butter. So we must watch luo I'u" CU8U for the loss of her parents' society. A tele- - ",s ,? t,uuV " ,u '" not have analyzed her feelings, but Mrs. carefully, for the cow that will give us makiny him breathe tho steam for twenty gram hud been sent to Mrs. Stanford at the t v.... .W....QW ... ... ......... .WUH.. It was now long past Christmas and they Carrington coming in was quick to observo 0,000 01 Ifl.lriM) pounds of milk in 11 year minutes. A little pine tar or carbolio first, and us Isabel was sitting one day la bad received un urgent invitation from and assign u reason for her ugltutlon, and mayl e divnledly less prufitnble in a but- acid may be put on tho bran before you tho darkened chambers, her hands clasped kindly led her to a small sitting room off ter dairy than another cow that will ghe saturate it with hot water. Dakota over her fuce In deepest dejection, the door Major Carrington to spcud the remainder the Hull, und, sumraoulng a portly colored only ."MM or (1.0C0 pounds in the same Fanner. of tho winter at Elm Park, and had decidopened and a light step entered the room. woman, she gave directions thut the guests tim .'. H aitheni Funner. A pair of soft arms stole around her neck, ed to go as soon as the invalid wm strong ' Iubcl began to look forward to her nnd n sweet volco whispered In l.ercar: enough to travel. Dr. Conroy had advised Southern trip with happy anticipations. "Hear nuutie, ns mamma was not well, I tho uhango of climate, and Mr. Falconer, havo como to help you nurse Uncle Harvey." It was Lillian, and Isabel loaned her head wearily on tho young bride's shoulder, and commenced tho acquaintance with a burst of to-da- 1 k$; WW s WW ... m$ W hum rc I f y. should bo taken at once to the room- they wero to occupy. "Dinner will bo served In about en hour if that will give you time to rust," said tins Mnior, as they wero ascending tho stuirt. "Plenty of tune," replied Mr. Falconer "A bnth nnd a live minutes imp will render iue, at least, capable of doing full justic to your hospitality." My darling!" bahI Mr. Falconer, tenderly, ns Dinah, after ptirring t'tellro 111 til" grnto. winch was, at tuts season of th year, necessary even In the sunny South tn.d showing Isabel where to tlntl clothori-prcs- s and bath rooms, at last ilisappuml. lienaw that she was on tho verge of tears, nml drew her to his nrms. "I am so strangely hnppy," sho said, as she loaned her head uiwn his sheltering hi oast unit burst into tears of oxelteineut. "It Is a wonderful experience for you," ho said, smoothing her hair penlly, ns ho removed her hut, "and you have need of all our furl it tide to take .toil tnrvugh It withyour nere.'' Sho was out trembling even now like n leaf. "How selfish I am. ' she said, uftor sho hud boeoino troro calm. "I forgot In my own thoughts how weak yeunro still," for ho wns trembling, too. in b's sytn iithy for her "Forgive lue, dear." nnd sho In her turu became tho comforter, and forced him to liodowu uim an uwsy (ouch, wh lo sho opened trunks, and mule preparations for thu toilet. They wero large, alrr ron.s which hiui been given them, the windows ox'iilng nut upon a Delightful propvt, with Richmond just appearing lu tcw "Oh, how funny," sail tirade, who had been exploring tno bedrooms and look'iig from the windows. "There ever m many Jilt 10 bits ol houses oil t this way; does Major Cnrriiiutoii havo tenement houses to rout?" "Yes, my dear," replied her father, smiling at bar 11nl11r.il mistake; "but thu tenants uro his own workiug people lheo coin red people you sav about the place who, with their families, occupy these nousos." Meanwhile a discussion was going on below. "She's pure Curilt.gton, isu t she!" vaid Caroline, us she languidly dropped into a chair. over-tuxing dl-ta- nt I STOCK WOimi KEEPING. - ! anv-whe- 1 - s. . k-- j ' i ' A S-V- :r, jut vvmi Iikig&lia? '& -cl &'TP' S r w. v ' li Hi 1 it-- '" - . Sv I,t 1 !bll ..!.... ... le.'i f.-rts in-f- . d v-- yo-;,- tl of big-eye- d 11 H-- e ierili s rttlt l I I long-talkedo- M.s-p-p- 51 jH ' ' d "" ."I iil ,ite g d ...i. I I ""' J w.--v . M, - rrrjarymitri igWtTT-- , mjtiiiinmf pr if nw jitery,,,wJ;''ir''iP"'T' ' "'"If '! e, i fwwiyyvy."iiw r;rr JtflV nTTs,B,ST-'- - 1i Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Kv. ' IJcv win screens for doors nntl Sine iV Menofce. I win-I- t STANrOKI), Jrsri: (J 1S0O Mpectaeles 'llar.-K orrhii reward for tliu lost recently. return Mrs. of my Susan 11 K C.WALTON.Bus.ManaRer MEANS A. It. BUSINESS. SrimvHKiiiiii;inre down to J0 cents gallon now nnd editors and other poor folks nre at last in the swim. Hniik. Timiiuh, llnely adjusted movements, n specialty. Call and see them. I carry them in stock, l'obert l'onzel. I 1 The general Association of Kentucky Tub Central I'liiveislty Commence-inen- t HaptieUj will meet at Owensboro, June I hf ler to lie will occur June -l 1, with the ora- 111, and will be in session several .lays. 1 PERSONAL POINTS. torical contest on the 10th. There are Ilcv. II. P. Walker, who was elected eight emdnstes. editor of the new paper to be started nt HaMUK ex(nrril lrmerly iw nipn"l by Mr 0.(1 Mk. John W, Winer, of Lilrty, bus will relit room-- .o lmihc by the San Francisco by the Southern Mtho-dists- , Slaughter.heretofore. Kir-- t all, fiMt hoice Is Receiving His eek, .i W:g,ameda,vM,sH.n TlIR mnyor Vury ,,,llsi,,ratoly 0M,l)rU(1 . ...., u Mr. MARY I1ELI.E ADAMS. was formerly presiding eider of the ,II"IHr i i hi 1.1, ". nn Mil i.vtrn iknltiintttfiti In tinfc..irvi firili.r vith Mrs. W. .1. Sparks. Wednesday night, but fortunately his Lexington district. Khvi Fiik, of ItUbinnitd, is visitItcv. W. Y. sheppard picached an Mn. services were not needed. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. interesting discourse at the College Chap- We are utandiiiir the Clark Cah hore .it our ing Mrs. 1. 1'. NunneHey. at Mi. Kinney at Siikhifp' I'emh., of Laurel, lodged Pa. el Tuesday night on the subject of the M- i- Mittii: Cuow is vlsiUnt: her unTrinity. He will be with us again the vid Fuson, the Whitley county man cle, It. II. Crow, at Horse Ciivo. $10 to Insure a Living Colt Jus-n- : Points, of convicted at London and sentenc- last Sunday night in this month. ni M.s.iii Miks I Kftter. Money He. The Moreland Methodists nre mak- due wlicwell breJ ami a N wnh nr treu to Invill. are visiting Mrs. A. A. War-re- ed to "Jl years, in jail heie Wednesday. i mare it parted I.ieli retained on all tolH till money i Fiifiou has appealed and he was brought ing great preparations for the dedication IiLNN U TANNER tt paid. Covington here fur pending action in of the new church next Sunday, l'ev. Mu. S. S. Myhh went to II. C. Morrison will otliciate and theie jesterdny to attend the burial of Mrs. K thecae. Are headquarters for will be morning and afternoon services HOTEL, &C, FOR RENT. H. fallen p. So mi. parties, supposed to be Danville with a basket dinner on the grounds. Mn. S. W. ttivK.vs bus gone no to offer fur rent privately my linck lloiel of io a dog belonging to Triad loys, c&o. evend a few weeks at fSreen Briar Prip- - Itrd.lltshot Ilev. John O. Hust, an eloquent di- room at Rowland, my Saloon over which there nl.r.llf .trl'L V Ill 111. tiilil v are even roomt, and my barber hep. They can ' Sl,n,,H.., .......... vine, who has had charge of the Haptisl either be Rotten a a whole or I will rent them ...-....... ..... ....... . I"K . ik- church of llopkinsvillc for some time, eparatclr. aThere i alto a illiuall ttablc attached, Mh (imuH.iA l.Kwis spent a Jew tlavs " ""," "" "l "".1 " Plows! Plows! Plows! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel tell a portion of the uitahlc for I.iery. I Mining cnori win W H. Higgins en mute home nig id i.hut i.ioioh. w.th Mrs. has been unanimously .called by the turniturf orall a may beilered. 'the property e be made to bring the guilty rascals to upturn very dmra-Mnew throughout and the nt Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no from Somerset. Memorial church, at Louisville, here is a cowl inern at kiti hen door. T 1. SIIKUON, R wland. Ky. Mns. Smiaii Wkuh and daughter. punishment and their names into the as pastor, lie was formerly editor of plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Fvcry plow warranted to Miss Alleiie, of Nlcholasville. are visiting odium they deserve. the New Kra, nut reformed. Dr. A. S. Mis. .1. K. 1'ortmnn. is the name of a Ppir. It. I. Pri i mm sends us n 'nefit 'The do good work, or no sale. Ask your neighbor. St ROK'iV DINTIST (.Mr. liko. II. MrKmsnv hm been pmgrHtumc of the commencement new religious sect iccently started at Mt. r W I: McRoberts' r Ma treet Mi grnnted a pension of jV a mouth nnd arof the Preparatory PeMrtmeut of Carmel. They want all the good memr M re si .nfr I .GO TO. rearages of over SI, (kK). Central I'nlversity, which will occur to- bers of the church to come out from r AlW'iOD nttoiKlitig '. ioii Pk. II. C. Morgan Imc day at HI o'clock. There will be 10 do- - among the "black sheep of the Mock."' J J Ll.tS I'th annual meeting of tli Ken eltdmers in the contest and a spirited We fear the "Come-outswill never the & AT WOOD, tin kv ilentits at IxHtieillv. time is expected. Among the marshals amount to anything numerically speak- R6EL ESTUTE ftGEKTS. f. r. smoiw.il wPiitioiioiviiiiRwiwii thtf yfnior .ijvjo,, wu uolicit tiK. inc. "MODEL GROCERY" Klder .1. S. .Sweeney, thedistinguisl nno oreo,, Mimes oIO. L. and F. W. Jonos, of this t .tenlav to look City, Tenn. ed pastor of the Pat is Christian church, s.M-with the vhw of pureHwiMg. 'rourty. makes it a rule to have no seiviee when bctili- lovely f M hy Nbi.1, visiting! (KeNiom. (Ihiiic to the contiiii!el a new preacher comes to town, but fil mi'iiik Imly of Colombia, is Lii.'ilifr' I' e please Cox's. illness of Mis liiint McAiihIIv, who is with his congregation goes to hear the All iMttir nl C k then fhi iei.'. willindebted Mis.iiertrtiUi tlrady. at And Spades; M..rr. tntie estate n Siunlav, aicordinv to. ettli .tnie jt fiom inilammatory new man. ..- nd.. ill i .1... i:m...Knrt.- !surTriHt; grentlv ' " haint' cU.rnio " i i m. i?...... n. thrri properly proven iim.i " " l required thealmo-- t custom, he welron.ed the , lit next J Aa & 1,'';i,l"; l.umh. I.HS twen luitting in some rhtMuiatieiii.iind has .Mr- -. prwl"T i" this way. s T HAKKl.Ailmr Hubbard and l 4t ,,,.., i v Ann linn. will. Iits iMMtt uirl Here. 'miikUHt Ntlnitinii of I'rof. J. M. Hubbard him r.itimied the other FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Also a full stock of Landreth's, D. INI. Ferry & Co.'s and Crossman's Harvesting Machines For Sale, by bus decidtnl to condense the two nigbts( liyh-- . M from a umt w Garden Seeds in papers. her commencement exerciser of the ColU.go! -h- nglish Lady on the IjitoniaOals, M.M IVira Kaiigumuu, who I nomiles.m 2:Us. have for ale at toter' warehi'ine on Wood into one nieht. They will be held I'n-- , . Hinder, one l'.utkeye Mower and two May Rai, A tine Jersey cow for sale. Good all lomparamely nnd bxgin prottipily at One of the Rakes ii a Mu. J. I. Srwj.vAMOMR Is very III at day niebt Rake, carne the hay from the swath to the milker. T. . I. Hatcher. (JnrrArd coonty, ami his o'clock. I ill tel! them all low. hocLim:. jUieim Vina, Vanthi. 100.000 noiinds of wool. .tuck without T J. rOSTl R, Stanrurd i, I SpooUHinore. h5 aone to rnthcr. A. II. K. lliintington, A. T. Nunnellev, Stanford. 0. H. attend liim. of the Kentucky Central, and Kngincerj Milk cow for sale, with or without SALE. Misiw. 15oht..McAusthii ami Paniel Hnndolph, of the same road, arrivd oalft Jium.8 Williman.McKinney, Ky. COMMISSjmNEIVS Having secured the services of for Mill Monday niirht and started over the sur-- j ViMluetlay Magg. .Ir.. left Lincoln Circuit The Miller estimates that there are Nuholi A. Schepard. I'Kfu.. v Court. Arnold, Dtfl. S IJ Minium to MMiiiil n week fishing in the vey of Uie Cumberland Hiver railroad ltf0(X) llour Sale in l.quity. states. Ini8 Jn Ouiiiicrlnnd. Ky Tuesday morning, accompanied by Mess. t10 PmM Derbv. worth o.HX) sov- - Ci.urtvirtue ufanidgment ofte Linen n Circuit I am now fully prepared to do rendered in the we .tyled case at its IluiiNT K. Yaik, a son of Dr. I.ee It. I). w. . li. .Miller and .i. an.leveer. t.rt.jj.St WB8 Won bv Sanfoin, agaiiiit March term, ifcyj, I ill on . Yates, lb one of the graduates at lilnwn-tli.tK. Mrnce. Mr. Huntington is very much W,10II1 tju. iwUi,ij; stood 7 to 1. 9U1, 1890, Khh.. Antdniiiy this yer, the plctced with the looks of the prollle audi Stouktiien and others will bear in of which will ooetir.Iune II. rather intimnted that if he found the being the firt o'clock .1. m ,or thereal-outmin,t that the I.inroln county court has At itof the day June term ot the Uncoln County , Court, .Mas. .M. D. Hwiihn and Mrs. II. W road could be built as cheaply as Capt. in Sunford. Ky sell to the WU flanged from the 1st to the M AND the highest bidder at public outcry the follow iiir V. II. Siiradlin estimates, he will build Mnnii,,v f ,.,,,.1. iMtts, of Monticello, mid Mr. and Mrs Tln nit. enurt or o much thereof as visiting Mr. ju It would i;ive him a Southern outlet wj therefore be held Monday, June ilecrihed propertyto pay deUof Ji,? 10 may lie necessary O.Hardin, of Albany, are May Jjth with a per cent interest thereon eistg-r-A."viisra-jo-- niiies shorter than now mi,. Mark Hardiiinml the fumily of Mr. tieo.jinr,.tjlll until June g, i&yc, and Jso probable costs of 187, th. action, amounting to alout Jfo" D Wearen. J. H. Uentyy sold to Doak Denhan, exists and would open up a market at First, a Tract of I.nil. situated in Lincoln Co., Fishing All work warranted and promptly done. SfiT. J. I. MiKixnev, of the Mobile Nashville for our people where wheat, of London, a pair of registered Berkshire Kv .on the rHaters ofReynolds, Creek, and adjoining , V Montgomery Division, - & N., after hay and other products sell at greatly in- pigs for 150. K. W. Ia'c bought of par- the lands 138 W. G moreor less. r.ulnks. Al and Acres contains Second, a Tract of Land containing io Acres, i ntteiiding the meeting of uperintendenls creased prices over Louisville and Cin- - ties in Anderson county !500 head of ex Hood and 18 Poles, but reserving a road one rooil cents. Danville wide on S. E. corner to stake corner SaM land at Louisville, ran up to Stanford to p'1 (imiati. We hope to be able before ma port cattle at A to cr second tract adjoins the lands ol J S. I. is homefolks. Advocate. ny issues to announce that Mr &c nnd is also on the waters of pishing State. Nothing but the great spread of rlne Creek In said county and on a credit of six, twelve Wi: met Miss Mary Myers, of Miller-'.urton has undertaken the building of the Said sale will be made Female College, on the train and road, for if he does it will be pushed to cattle can account for the small prices and eiijhteen months. I'.onds required ot the pur. with approved personal security and expressed surprise that she should ' eompletion as rapidly as the vast re given at the snle of Lord Falmouth's herd chasers interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per an. bearing the paid, ssilh a lien gO- luni.iiii. nu tin. lYlllni'l. rtTlMSt'S WCTC of Devoim, one of the finest. Only $S00 num from date until purchase money isupon and sources at his command will do it. paid land until all of the a judgment called oil' by was bid for the bull that has won the having the force and effect of ingon. She said: "lam Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall G M. DA ISDN, 7i.,w MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Koyal Agricultural Society's prize thicc the serious illness of a relative, Col. Win. Masttr Com'r Lincoln Circuit Conrt. Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Ken- times hand running. Howard, of Hatavia, )."-l'- aris Kllis Yoctiiu, -- 1, and Miss Lucy Jewelry and Silverware. Mikian. R. B. Walls, a wee maiden of H, obtained liIah.ans Ckkkk. Kogues have been Mn. CiiAiti.ia A. KiiBMEnand Mrs. C. SUCCESSOR TO nt the bride's bothering Mr. B. W. Gaineo considerawiln cense and were married W. Kremer, his daughter-in-law- , mother's on lircen river yesterday. vis- - IVTMIOHAEL, bly this week. Tuesdav nieht thev THE HATTER, leave on the 15th of June on a tour thro The marriage of Mr. .1. W. Duncan, itJ(. his )0Hltry-yarRailroad and took about 20 The Kngland. (iermunv. Switierland. I ranee, 611 4TH AVENUE. of Nicbolasville. to Miss Leila, the beau chickens, frying size, and a cap of honey Austrin. Mr. Kremer goes in Italy nnd LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. tiful and cultivated daughter of Dr. Ueo. which was near by. A few nights since Prescriptions Care Prompt Attention jMirsuit of health. New Albany, Ind., Perkins, of somerset-- , was solemnized in they captured 5 or lambs, which would Ledger. Mrs. Kremer was formerly; becoming The Nobbiest & Most Stylish manner yesterday. a weigh about M pounds. The next thing given to Engrav Miss Lida Harris, of this place, and her! Stock ot fully Compounded It will be something of a surprise to they capture will be a bullet. Mr. Irn'iids will be delighted to bear of Her the many friomlh of Mits Julia Tapp to (..nines has sold his lambs, about -- 00, to good fortune in taking so grand a trip. ing and Rcpairin s hear tlini Jut MipiKfiiK'nt is announced Woodcock s: Owens, of Danville, to be at all hours, day I lie wedding to Mr. Joseph A. Craft. ,ieivertM L.xt week, at .".$ per pound, CITY AND VICINITY. l'ost XV(. ,,re triad to learn that our vounir Ever brought to the city ol Louisvi'le, now open of Watches, Clocks will take place June Miss Mury Ciwendolin Card well, who frieMli, Thomas Dudderar, is convalcsc- - including the I ii.wk a pistol, which the owner can1 and Jewelry. and night. describing, t). J. Newland, Mar-- was flipped to but reftibed to marry i,,K fr0tn a spell of typhoid fever. E. 15. KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S.HATS izH by dial." Prince Murat, of France, has returned to came homo from Middlesboro Andnlsomy own importation of English Hau by the rn- - this country pretty well batibtied that it Saturday and will return in a few days. and Cp An enjaut line ol Canes Mid Lyon's Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. i.kitikk on teniperauco voiin.r orator Mr. Charles E. Powell, is best to put no confidence in princes. John O'Conner, of Harroilsburt:, was on Celebrated Umbrella always on hand Kin B. H. DANKS, Jeweler, J S WELLS.Ph. G. Preac. Cllc. r . Francis Murphy, the temperance the Creek Sunday. Mrs. C. C. Hewitt, qtttv OAUlU will vary the monotony of nuxt county UtW, MlbJSlAlj &JV1W QAPnTTV; , HAPS I f,.lw.L-nl-, Mr- , ..t .....K. .ii. ul.nrtK. ..v.. ...si. vuvi....f uj V uuiuiDUi, in ..tt.I.. I... uiukiii;, .iia sfoiilli llfJ 7'iim court day Fisher, u beautiful and wealthy widow .im Uniit. Mrs. fiaim-was called Gloves and other Furs, a specialty Orders outM .inSireet.Opp STANFORD, Ky. S. C. Hardin, Es., tells, 0f (joiiiioil IHuffe, Iowa. They met labt to shelbwillo Saturday to attend the side uf city solicited, perfevt satisfaitior guaranIJoi.iiTiikit. '.3vt teed Oou t tail to order a N'OIIBV HAT us that a thief opened the safe of V F winter at a series of meetings in that i,.HiBide of her daughter. Jlrs. W. T. Harrison, a merchant at Albany, in nlace. Muinbyis it wilower and oo. Weaklev. who is unite ill with tvnhoil broad dayliirht and cot oil with ?M'--'i Mrs. Fiher is anaccomjilislied lady and fever. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Wease, i leaving no clue as to his identity. White county, 111., are visiting the fauii- iWcr in ehurch circles. " Mr. Clement 15. Johnston, the pop-- , iv of W. E. Anion. Several of our boys . ,! ,. ii. i.i.t . . ritureseniaiive ox jnniiMon itros. iv ...... ..ii...i tin. nmoiiMii nm inmiiii.iii'. charged with lnalieioiiidy cutting and Co., Louisville, was married Wednesday IllL.nt exercises at Lancaster Tuesday and A Suro Curo for all Diooasos In CONSUMPTION wounding Hannah Oarvin, a coloreti to Miss Lula Johnhton, of Campbells. Wednesday nights and reported it gran 1 SCROFULA nrobtitute. lie wns tried before Judge ville, the ceremony occurring in tho Miss Cora Uroaddus, of Hichmond, and and held In $100 for unlawful Methodist church. Mr. Johnston has a Carson j TjZij Hocker, of Danville, are ex- - EMULSION BRONCHITIS COUGHS tutting. great many friends in Nanlord who with pected Friday to visit Miss Mnlissa AdCOLDS wish him bon voyage on the ams. accord CURES Tut: women are between the devil and one Wasting Diseases Arising from Impurities of the Blood, and of matrimony. the deep blue sea. If they refuse to tell the sea Mr. Carlisle has written a letter to tlm ' from Functional Derangement. Miss Koe Dhye, daughter of Mr. bow- Producer. census man whether or not they are of Alabama ou the Wonderful Flesh Stephen Drye, of this county, and a very Fanners' Alliance ono pound legged it will be taken for granted that Many . hnvo gained !.-and highly accomplished subject of tho bill providing for govern A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AHD A CERTAIM . IV 118 USe. t. they are. Many a little till will there- handsome was married in Louisville, Hieill wuieiiuiiHeit- iill I.I..I. imiucin n;n ii:i;ii ,,,. n ' i very superfluous young ladv, JMllUIHlOn lH nut u nmc ScOttS fore result from the PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. Wednesday, to Mr. Will P. Swope, for- store their products and receive receipts remedy. It contains tho stunuiai-iipiestion. for the same, the government to hold the Bailey, General R lVnny, Turncrstille; merly of the Custom House force, but properties of tho Hypoplios-pliitc- a N KorsalebvA .Mt Slein , Druggist, Stanford; W C Kitii;sville: C C. Mcrclmmli--Co Wayntsburj; W I McCaily, Drugfjist, Oooch A. & II Jones, illeclgc ville. K Mif.'w. 15. Hawkins' select school at now n resident of Owen county, where products for a rise in the market, in the Kouten, Druggist, pure Norwegian Cod W It M. 1'hcrsnii, Kowl.iml; J K General Alerchandisr, M Prvachertyille; Artluir elllr, PruKKi't, and course of which he Bays: "Hut the farm, It CiiniinniK, J. A Williams, Dru'tut, tho potency of both Crab Onharil, W Ilal.er,(eneral Merchandise, Uichlanil tilcn Elder, near Moivlar.il, will close on he is tho democratic nominee for county McKiniiey, C II taxed so long for the ben- Liver Oil, used exercises from clerk. Miss Hone's friends hereabouts ers have been being hugely increased. It is the 11th with appropriate efit of other classes and have seen so will send happy greetings and congratula10 to - The remainder of the day by Physicians all over tho world. much legislation for thn aggrandizement in picnieing and a nice dinner tions. be spent PALATABLE AS MILK. ofcorpoiations and syndicates that their will bo spread in the grounds, prepared , Sold by nil The Tenneseeo prohibitionists have patience ... exhausted,.ati(l, Unding It mi-. ira(lKiWlllll(;,JWIiriilU7iu, by tho pupils of the school, assisted by IV. T r' V i possible, for the time being, at least, to1 HHeor Catalogue amtfull information La COTT & BOWNE,Cr.omlstS.N.Y. nominated n preacher for governor. the teachers. I S- fresh and Penny. genuine. Watciiks and jewelry repaired and warranted. A. It. 1'ennv. Tin: best plnce to buy drug?, patent medicines and toilet articles is at A. II. I'cnnvV. lJi'v vour school lnks, Ink, tablets, phper, pencils and school supplies of all kinds from A. K. IVnnv. I.sM.uktii's (ttirdeii Skvkiiai. pieces of jewelry wore found well. in the Opera House after the 0,. The fair owners nui get them by calling at this TliiMlcnth of Samuel (ilvens Ken-- ' abolish the system which has oppressed nedy, which has been expected for some and despoiled the greatest industrial occurred at the home of his father, terust of the country, they are now I). Kennedy, Wednesday night, aged maudiug that the very policy which they 112 yearH. The funeral will he held at hiu t have heretofore denounced as unjust at 'J o'clock, after which and ruinous shall he applied to them, or home rather a part of them, for no scheme has remains will he taken to the My stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry are now on exhibition. The the a yet been suggested that operates alike Mr. Kennedy tonvillo cemetery Iipon all farmers. Hut no evil can be stock is new, of the latest styles and of the very best quality to be found. member of the Presbyterian church and corrected, no wrong can be righted by a model young man, loved by bis associ- increasing its magnitude and extending Call and see it before buying elsewhere. All work WARRANTED to ates and idolized by his parents, who the scope of its operations. There is but give satisfaction or money refunded. Fine watch repairing a specialty. are crushed with grief over his untimely one ell'ectual remedy for the evil which undoubtedly exists, and that is to reend. May (Jod give them consolation verse the policy which produced it." and a heart to say He doetli all things de-K- v AM READY FOR BUSINESS. I 5 i to-da- y Hits-wa- s ROBT. FEJSTZEr.. XKW ADVKKT1SKMEXTS oft. CHURCH AFFAIRS. -H- FOB, HE1TT. , .4g.RUPLEY,i "Old Dripping Springs" 1 n mIMtewftltte , NOTICE. SPRING AND SUMMER Ma-li- lc n. fl anithe-iKir-- HIGGINS safe-keepin- g y GOODS. 1 KINNEY I -- . Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt.T.ime, - -.- ( nili' - Mc-Forr- au 1 tf Come-outs- " exer-rise- s wB$ PRICE, 1 -- " ALLEN :, ... sit) ad Ir - A.A.WAB1BI N98 For Garden Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks Sets, Pens nnd Beans in bulk. i ., Johnson ITotice. . ; -- r- i hpis-opa- V"U Northern Seed Irish Potatoes, Red While Onion I M.JL-1-..n.Pi..yi- v tern-hen- , nr..,..!! - ! j ! 1 1 I K'S-t- . I K.-I'r- oIdnt I t,, rjtej MR. TEOS. AI.TON OF CHICAGO, Monday, June court-houk- j , ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK ,.,.,. t t, zFiisriE I- 1 A. R. PENNY. Hen-dru- c DRUGS andJEWELRY iSSSBSBtBSSJBlWiaa.SSSSSt.SSSSSSSBSVSSSSSSS.M t GEOGEGHAN, MAMPHDMSr Best d WATCH, Watch. ( j ll.-l.oui- svillo H A.T sorld-teuown- ed S3 IttSgtk&SSMAmel 91 1 .' ijru-)ii.- l,. i .. Hi-- s W. B. MoBOBEBTS, Court-Ilous- ; "",, , ir WHAT '.,, - DR. ELLIOTT'S Medicated Food, SCOTT'S xfflPrnViMRsBlrs? ' t. HORSES, 73i,tiirst'i' Cattle, Sheep and Hogs ..- iini-rlHj-- . i ii I n' e, I I l- J'Nf!W. BRYANT & STRATTON Business College I WIO IbLCi! fj Fy I. ''ifeiny?H nf "iy m j u-- j "'.WI!'S" iw!'i"".1 "i" ' . n i. 1 Semi-Weekl- y InteriorJournal THE KL0 OF GARS. MEANEST An It iltun Vln I MAN roii! t ' AUVfi. A Flh!njr nnperienco Attondod fcy JURY DECISIONS. That Tlioy Arc li.ui.iHv anil Wonderfully Old t'nib'rco. After M.iny lutiliMriieRln4i utctiiM the 3.iinlrr Which llml l;c- Muilp tin Potion In? show, u.trtHMl llij I.Iihm An Alligator ThooUl suyinjr tin tlioro Js no toll-in- g (ar N'tno IVi't t.mis. vvlmta jiit will ilolsSorao out i;j tho follnwlnu ;ui'.ciloto related by Old Crah.roe, bntnted and weather-beate- n AmbrosR II. I'litnly. of tlio by the suns and storms wf live t firo of X. vv Vor!:. "When decades, was puzzled, writes a St. Louis I vvimv Ilvtiunlcr 'iv'li tuul, assistant United Mtut . Jiblriol attornoja." sniil iflolH.,I)"iuocrut correspondent. In all his etM'rieneo of twenty years or mtiro ; ho, "a cor.i-,v.ilt wis bnurbt as a trapper. and fisher, he aaiiiHt of tip ort about had never before mot with bird, beast, humu import dnlics. Tb j iry vvns lio tih or wl'b iTlorfty a:il w pot down could reptilo so ounninjr but which eneitvtiinvent and to l.anl work. Tho trial wont on for t litre snare. eventualij liis Despite nomadic life and wtoku. Hotli Bides talked and ami aquatic adventures, bo evinced a great cited nuthnritlea and finally summed dislike to water, and it was indeed selup. The judge cliarj? il tho jury and drop was they retired. After I'veral bouts of dom that een 0iniernally applied either externally or to bis malurodollberation t'.ie. nnnouneoil that I'or oer a wrok he had been HHTIT p-ttlopn.-iT.rMi- Astonishing Resulta '' er "olk-oto- r corpo-rosit- y. I n hi IN endeavoring to e.stch a load of lish for a sikl.I) l PAI.ADINK 4,, plcnL', htil liia of?.rt. were not successIII) ll.imhlet.vniau 10, dam by Ajirricna 5tar ful. Hvery evening he would halt his , ilin . . lliril 1 llllW't'.L L. .imeruaa uwy ti . nl the dam. of 14 '" hooks with shining minnows cnp'u.'ed V Logan's W aterloo that h a tecord lly Or in the ,0 IL. B in ilM Rentuckv hits crown into nonuliirits mete ratsidlr of j m and Is standard bled. Sec pctlisree ol than he ha and with the xime lass of auteti kaa in a neighboring lmyoti, and puguai'ious ' lwV. J' !ireof tho damaufioi Logan's 1 so If you aanta horae with craw lish dragt:rd from a prairie yjml Waterloo , Jr 's it dim by Lew Hnhl.e' old eniiicdsiich notoriety ANN, by AlemlOT , Ab,allahi5. clad conitllMlion eli. then breed to Abdallall t dam MAMV dam iron Stonewall Jackwni and touched up with a compound of rtte OT Ihe of Jerome Kddr a rarao, Mamhtimi He Is also a preat dam producat aa4 J Koiiben is over i4 hands high, uarl bay and many drugs most captivating to the i. etc aoo of HamMatonia. , iH. day will re a noted preotcnt sue fine breeder of ck1 l.orw, l..r nil purposes and IHiKINKis a seal drown, )ar. old. 15H hearts of tho monstrous blue and vol Ion' ill stand at ,.w hands. ioe .tW. ly mopion4 and SlOO, With Return Privilege. ery r.mgt cattish that abound in tho tnrtrld waters He combine, the lUmbleiomai. rro (sacked by Aleaajidcr'. Abdallah in Foal. $6 to Insure a Mare of lied river, l.ut at early daw n hen ant should produte r.al srod and tomarktble he hastened to hi lines he would Ilia defendants ate tutsin to prose Waterloo, Jr , is a very dark hrostu, or bUcl, ' eodHtance (Tteal, both upon the track and IM the at. id fine mane and tail, compactly forsaed, fnl if. tlnd nothimr but a few small speckled 5131 I1 and aitioii and a fine high, fine at) hands channel cats and a greater or smaller MKKP V I'KIXCKPS producer f combined hore, perlectly linit in , S20 to lnnure number of broken hooks. Onco he got ill stand at dispositHHi and a Mire foal nelter (lly Wisodford Mambtiao jiK) a fiftj pounder, but it was so muI.OI'I'IK t. ir) " M,, $8 to Insure a Mare in Foal. dam iUm of 1rtnkctby HamhMoaiHMl 10 Ceases of shate. !T kr tilated by tho utiarp tooth of some largo n, bs I'natp, the a tn nasally. l?"'H craaae) at jot per we.." iyH, bv 1'riHi.epa, t.tesmlamlar iA bv t . aah. nsii or Qtinriun that 1; died immediately rate taken of alack, hut el ... nr . AIo three KOosl younn Princeton a 19K. bv Princess, Rarl j ail, UK. and then bred t.. ",kL ' after being tak n frot.i the water, and hy Princep du Mollit (dam of KmV Deant 114. aS so was worthless. The old man was beJACKS ALL WELL BRED, 1 damlonK Island llUck Hawk 44, ie ordtttse 1tire H.. J iVr,h.,,",t"'?iaturtn, e. " " anu the b 1 ti ' h?I;!,IJrrll, " hse ginning to b.Miove his lint" wore beuied ih ser. year old at of Priarr i US, A , Kfandsire of to with recTwo 1 year old pttt, at $0, and P. Cray, both men ords be lo 1 hi, iin.i ttreen Baha witched, and waa thinking aenously ilh 16 ce.ofSamColbornand $8 Season due hen roll fonlrd ho a 1Mb ple.., , h.dl, j.i peitoriners Men retamel on all coll fur the con money ItKk for on of leav Ing tb" i.n.nnny jilaoe. hen ho Mares Lcpi on reixm.iMe term, but mo lubiliiv j danbv HellfounaW ire ot dam of MamliUtj-maImport.! reitere,t IWkshire b., al confided his perplexities to an angler 10 for icudent Send for carj ol ettrmled prdwree fr C Seagull elk dam J W. t.l KSS I, who had won his confidence bv alvvavs rMDondem m)i. ,teJ , inviting him to partake In the contents FEMALE PROGRESS. of a iHjttlo.whonowr chance threw them I 'I ho two soon e vol veil a A Young V.'oiiiiiu Oiiallflr for tli Its- - together. Hpon.itilo I'oKitiun of l'llot. scheme to onplurc the monster that had bU tre a H'. I i t.l staltnin. i' hints h i(h f alr.l pil 4th Lot on Main Street in Stanford A vory protty young lady sat In tho played such havoc on tho fisherman's tSSo Ills it dam t,i iiraj I Ji If . Uu ly t.-r CiMiiftitnii.t olllcoof tlie I'nited States inspectors of hooks and hopes alike. perbottom, .li lie wanred by McssfnK'ft bief, -Trial J"'. Chiel, A large eonter draft hook v. as attached )r,b , Mes.riuer lennie sire 01 Mau.l Mes'cner etoam esselsyejterday afternoon, says ireill, H,,,,,,,!! r.i Klino i ...nldam bj 51 "" H, ' v """" ioti it dam Acros of Land, "' , ,,.",nJ ., rde..Hl tho Iloston Herald. She was handsomely to one end of about thirty feet of ., frr,, Wh,r Mamoriiio Mescni:er, vl.Uni l.v Mambtml hie", t in l ral Dr. haul pike a. d laui;hlrr in Ihe j li.t line, and this lltcily swured to a 4lh dam b) Imp Napoleon 5th dam h) lfitiwu. dressed in black .silk, wore a becoming (th dam b) 'I iger; ;th dam bv Datnaby s i)ii t. .. toiuo and a smile which earriod tho .itou: but elastic sapling. A small wire lrdam es , itt.tvinke. J lonlra. mr J irr nedf, 'sth dam by Cannon' Whip uth dam by Also Some Nice Chairs-- 2 Rockers .d full si.ier 10 veteran inspector, Andrew Iturnham, was then wound closely around tho lino shipp s Paraxon Meuengcr Chief was iiel by Moaror ,s, ., ... Moar. f M.tarue I h.el Abdullah 1'ilut, 1st dam b) Mam'.nno Mcuettgar Kim 8ate. batik one hunlred years or move to tho from tho e.ve of toe hook up about ton Ifthelandi not rent. lor .y. Lady Mcnr , ,,v d dam by Mambrmo Chief, At HesiradMaad further information sold it will beP fir E, C VV. .c, C.lef or apply lu days of his 0utl1. Major Copeland, tho i mhos. this to the lino from , Kia J. m , ., aad i other in lk lo Mesener j 16H. Abel nn Marval it. Man ion. Stanlnrd T R A ALTON ' list ltobirt II . tacotd 1 35, Itsal in nine ''i'-i- ; gonial clerk of tho board, in bis anxiety being bitu-- .i asundor. A bar HLLMONI Clllrr .. a rat hcse. p.Me-- . 1 jiS4 and other fast .wn to do ho:iu.- to his illustrious visitor, of cd was ibe'i l:..inr.iored around the Ahdallah I'tM was sired by AUandar' Alnlal jn rate immtlt, ,1 f ,, asad beauty, and w,tl IV,.. , of swallowed an extra clov and nearly lino abo.it sixteen inuhes from thu hook, hj.easy.ftut.onloa. Iah,itdam lllandina b fambilao Chit) lie aBdhi.jrt.al i no rsjaaott. line., Hed Jim and si ban ued IVkard iSH. ilh 'i he lady was present on and the t:r.p wa.. reaily. btrr.npltxl. luaitiea, he should not beiome the foot opi..i Alexander's Abdallah sue of Kyadyl' Hani eu.i ,,t h.. business, .m thai Iiusjih'rs was tho arrrat sire and illustrious bmtb it if . 3 t:iailfet that the loa of bletonmn, aire of Pester ir.ired (ioM.eiuli After s.ti the twain wondod their ao.l ...irr. Hill make the o 14; .Maj hlseo'-- i .ui, ,. way d tkiiinei, Kjr .at liK.rini." a license i.s u pilot for tho .1 to Ihe river. Iwtled tho hook with of losit,-- : I run dod lh the danr alald McOrcjor 1 17, irn,,n.. ill turn siren Kohert of llonir Mct.r:or Hf. .Oil a oal. ' ri hvo steam ,vu. .it i.s. Captain Iiurnham was carp, made tholr boat i lif'topritliioehisaiixietr. St. Kliuo. rct.rfd j i6H.Ac,Ac . I aired by vhman.ler Il) :.new her -- biz." but ho fa it 'o.. aflii; in VKnl r a. willing If j partook of ami Ui-- .: i.t jay iiwa. ihotn iutest Ahdallah, dam said to be by Imp IMIfonader Ai am' II more in II. .ir, t., M..i ' $30 the Season, the j. Iit and prejuired thing nrsstfent It r to i j'surjeonaofilcein tho a little lluiil "iv. Tb hny had one Mambrmo Chief, the site of the setoad data f irt dam 111 olandeIN dam "I ua, r. or,1 t oye on tho profb examinM for color for action. though, when ho Mpsxmgcr Chief, Jr sirod the ;reat lidy 1 home custoi H) I. Ml Lu tt.i I. aire of Ni.ix.kV ' 'I'.- Witb the in .1 return ire. iir in turn sired iivi and bhntlni-s- . of (i,rs she pased. Sho ui. Tiiej had not Ions to wait, for sudden- tnrwil ea 1 3 't'rj for tho quarter, and aI.otidon 1 Mambnno I'atchen; who y and belter j dam oua; Poftia. j..Vj and others in J IXUVv dams Voltaitv t.irn r''mn. i to. i'if i:: ipeo tor's ly th." lino was pulled down, as though thev r.iL-- t! o! 1 ht:tiaing ahuke with and also sired the and of Hay VV'ikes a 1$ ; with Ham of PortMW av aire ot Meemer t A,, Wilkes tar data 15 olhers it lam of tholr a:in".vi,it'.on. Tbo profotMorriught it. (sir ct M innoaou to ol'.ce lor . 1. a" ion fltne&s to by invlsiblo hands, anil tho boat records of ujnd belter Ham ol Hymen, IMI CVt:iM.i , t rat dd moid a .7. ,,N Loldui p.i !i )l over, nearly upnettinj tho occu- 011 an ! r " t c lan to awap oil the 'ramyaelits. He will stand the season of ik at inirauble Dam of Childe llarulu,two-milrcrd ib .. . ".lMu ki-e:jr.ir for another. bile he nearTnrneritille at V4 bjarJ, pants, t'rnbtroc i.:teroda aharpory foras-s- i ('rand dam ol Connaufht arreot Ctonnvstr I l,l l t' id, etc., and crosi i.Tia' .tanco and bent all his energy to hold-hi- g exhibit ii it 1 tho olaaT." $10 to Iusure a Living Colt. Byl.rand damo uba a J?S ol Lady Tbora. ' ' 1. .M j. MAMRRIM) Clllltr.aire :i ns pilot of the pole. Yho great flslt made f runt-ti- e Will make ihe eaor nt it ai m, , la 1, ,1 Ma rtcord a ilti QJZZr, D tli( gill) I S' u ni ijih. 'the blank elloru too..caj)0, loaplnjr clear out of It t. I. UVF.lt J at io tae seaoai or j Dam Pottia. .r KllKULCK. I 'alt d ! I,, : 1'lltl lurveyor tho water, and falling hack with a Tho t'f-- t :h i.iiiiitnni Couiii tin tt'Ji tn Dam by Will PP. 1! s i'i ill J ib sCH,tir.-- i of Air... $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt, eiplush likoa tree falling ovo.1 a blnil. It riv The abose taiotd ia no saoanire of hi' easted, .l foo t Icy wa pspect kirn so c under so tbia Kail. oraan e( v !i enaeil by titled at tho lino with a long, steady IWif ''i' All oa:iv ;Cau.4insnd orerv one vaIio l not )) alto ad iu tillVOO wil! make lh aaasoa cm tbo lain of W Sound and all riM lit .Li v. . tPp' tor-- s on pull, straining it to iu. utmost tension. travtslcd it the Jjtate in day ore bv areani re.Ur btoeders Monet j , S Hume A (".. Silver Creik, Ky.. I miles from ; -. thi :, (Munditd Rule ' the colliomes, mar sold or it imlrtrrd ".iui of Aft r awhile the big fljh changed its rememl : 1.1 .McMeokln." sihodurltr Kuhmoad on the Lamas' turnpike. Iseii will he e!d on alK oil until paid fur pilct, I. I'nl ; v, ' years; UicticJ ami rtishtsl at the boat w ith open tho .v:tr.i bis prolougtHl llfi nas tht Description am Pedijirr -- Hamao.. Chul ; to;:ipK-xloii. '. si nam , At t.iouth, thickly s.a with long, oruol geniul I: .t of more hou btthnn any othei is a .ed aorrcl , aland is hands la.be. in he.t-Black .tallion, i i haudluch, foaled 1W1. bled ' rears old tbi urine, has bin tail and mane II 1 Jn( inches; color of '. light; hit tooth, but was deftly ateerrd aside. man. r.nd rneo famoua as the landlo.v b) A Uoldmith, tirantce count), New oik Ills oliient colt ari mating two ear old. .U,.TWO" CiefVhebyClaik Cbltf, them-o- f eyes, blue; Sired h) CattelaV looa. of hair, brown. " In Again it snapped iU jaws in rage and re- of th" inni I ady I home ill .(raie marcs at 10 tent, per da and will Toft Ilotiso In 'i'opeka. His dam Lute, the dam .1 I st dam Woburu Maid, b) Wobora lake .iIIkIU' are, lnt a'e not reponibic far Hanker t a applii'uiiu ..rs. I'oole states that newed its efforts toeboape. churning tho vvhov v..ib. could thoy jpoalc, might Me dam .,f Itamaon Chirf her Jr . (The dam of Carter, 1 aj),) a. Lidents or e. ape b) a son ol altnn Mamhritto be mit ol a maie . V experience sho hi.d on tho and dam bva Mambnno lior.e waters with its long tail and 11ns. tell a 'iior- as thrilling if not a hloodv bs Alesaiider a AbdalUu, ad nam by r s K' UN AM K. CO ire Mme..kr. yd data by Mambriao AlmueHger steam .yacht N lc. .'sho is u dandy," At lust the monster grew wen.'y, and, as thix.e of tho ISusillo in the time of , aire ol St. C'astelar, oj b) Volunteer, . ........... nld Major ( i.itul. a i he handed her giving up the unequal raj-lo. i,ai. j J,, etc.; itt dam Mm Nodiae by Ifam Koboupierr . In 1M5T, nays tho K"anUM yielded Croiket, yth,T ...WVK., tim6thuim I.s We damby Haliotn, dam mond, son ot Potter's Clay ; d dam Well's Star a licensu till ' with "11 n i.n usual 10 the ineviuule. Crusader It w:.a earefuily City Star. .Mac" wa ptiprioto.- of tin dam of Artillery 1 al',, and Modeaty a a6, b) II Wilton af CMthiaita. Ky sold air w iliv.ivn alonglde tho Uiat. win 10 it lay Marshall house in Hllsworth. tlien and American Star, 14. jddam by llertrntid. lomhined zeidina. a full brother of Hamsoalhi istaiidatd liv VV'ohiirn llambleloaian, 10; 1st dam Jr , fur i oa; also sold totHhets at J1.710 Mr town Miu Looley, b) 1e4ei;raph 101 ; and dam, the j'i t beneath the surface 01 the water, for year, afterwards the "hrd-,t;Abe Kenaker sold another combsnrd gti.luif f '1 lie tae American ooutineiit. ivs tail gontly waving to and fro. lie- - on dam at tieo Coolcy, by 1'iidny I'. n I. Iiul1, f al t.ll n, Ia k point )re... o )ou un ee the breed of Uu i,r.e is m we KdlUrlow will stand at my stable. 3H'tiinlc en in UK' Sired b) Pei..ky, I'll, sire .f Nellie MMiht liter than anr other stallion a they brn for it got rfiftttvl a ixipo with a running structure v. as a vorltablo shell of Oak the 'it, Ibik tr..ii a' trial wa slipped over ltd tail and up its 'trtitio.i.. thin hoards rcarbiug from Stanford on near nc Wnite Mill and I i tl Nc.il j 11 V a 'rial Kin,; Petok ilke. an,, Ma oetler.prue lhaaans other tUllion Dmlderar's Dai Riser '1 urnpike, h. il only half way to the roof. s.j tliat until its gill were reached, where tho in. ire I'm! ri l.uu. 3 ) car old trial a .. and h how af a or tllir all .Ml Splendid Viuii Saddle sialli n, ra rope was drawn taut, af?r vhloh tho onvvrsatiou In any room could At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. hase nhkti i trialettauily jownnderlul for a in lat ol. .nu. a ) oar g lOUISVIttC HtwAlBAWTa CHICttO tit Q .. .glers felt suio of their game. Due b s lienrd In any a rcti hed of the stalhun with limited emi'ttunilie! by t.eo ilkes t I will also gne alio premium for the lust a i, of Harry Vvilkt aiiS, t'.u) Wilkes told tho lino and rope, v.h.lo tho building, it was alwny.-- i crowd. i. I and I7, j lor the best hore n.lt of Kd Har- 3 IJV4, irr vv tike sire Hi I'nni'c other slowly and laboriously pulled lor btuinoMS In tho new "city" via low get tone shown in Stanford the first Monday WilliamKed tirent As tell. i car old like a 145, I. ratord 111 in October,, ilyi. Also my young ak, Wil naif l. r . .. .Iiore. old tor lioJ.Mio and i the mil) hnre that stand The nioiisUir waa dragged up lively. at in) Ha' ,e at at 1,000 trie season or.) ,t l.eawtig li:tll on the snnd-ba- r and oxamimd. It wai ta t in lolirttnry of ISOi. when Kirst dam Kluti lane damol Maud Measeliicer JOE EMBREE, ljiridto le 3 foot U the wind wa, blowing tentle LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI! inches long, an alligator gar, pounds. house rooking like a ship fearfully, the lll cre a few uood mares at to insure a II v ofifti byMedium Ilreeae, sire of Pearl t jo, dam $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Pearl 33; and weighing 10U at sen and the III iult Joe I. l red jack, ycarsold the 14th ol Second dam Kitty Itnirs (dam of Heme (nil, Money due fil lc v ear ol J itford 3 Itliud four rows of long, sharp teeth, cold so terrible that ovnry thing liquid la.i October. He is n. hands hizh and Duly, Secures to TraieJeri, on lo J7(ioldsimth track bya Alcaander't patted with wheB the coll is foale.l or tlie i and action, llrt-- bs Pes Maid 14, Rosalind set in massive bony jaws, and was on the premiss tvaa frozen solid, the tvle county, and has a double ton Lmbrcc. of III Abdalla sire of Lale Denmark beautiful seal brovvi " THE MOST RAPID ROUTE covered with n coat of mail hard onough snow swung through every crevice until toln retained due mi all colt croaaf Jim orPorteris 1 11'.. Almoin.byIlelmoat. Ai (Mie of the dam of Bsod mane ami tail,1. na hands Inchtn hili n A lien on till the season Ked Jacket third dam )ejrokl tin Sprini;. has aeicr been hand c mare Kratuck) Wilkes a ail, and ihe second daintoi ulici. the tolt conies it banhel itsolt iu great drtfts on the paid. Monv) to torn the edge of a good axe. ,M M'OONAMUUK, C Ever attempted between the great commercial SoSoatrVa, Lwile Wilke a iyt, Iiura llolle more thatt tvo weeks, but he Is full ol gaits an iloorof ivery rooin, a commoroial trav- parted with Stanford, Ky 1 tj,, Combat lire of trow n 3 it and Williams the best prapet lor a producer ol saddle an I im otiet on the Ohio Kier and Chicago, and hence Luminncu riorsen in tnis ;uitol the State 'Ilio Votini; Woinnii .mil II. r ripe. eler who hail r 'tired oarly in the vain the fasteit time and inott comfortable trains be Ked Wilkes ire of pnnrc Wilkes a 14V, 1 ao He wa sired by tin I ime. he brSioneuall laft tween all points in the South, or to the West and Phil T hompwu 1 i6Vi, &i by Comet, son of Sherstopped on a Tvvonty-thin- i warm in.T.a-rooa, he by vv hittgion Denmark, he by li'a. . htroet hopo of Keeping hiEim-lNorthwest. The counterpart of thix train on all man Morgan U) vraVo lh- lan llord by rapeated p ticniiiark the other duy. sa;,b a lines is denominated The Limited Express. liorse-oa- r trunk extra fast mare, supovd to be Fourth dam dam by son al Alexander Norman The superb rolling stock we employ gives patrons Vorl: Mar writer. it diim one of the best road mare e ei on tho wall of bin of Abdallah aad Messcui;er blood. .vtt-ln-ninIt vvuo ti i lt.il with l Unlimited Cmlort Petotky j6j), bv (ieori;e Wilkc a it, first dam den. Iniendtnrr to as!; jr more bd tral Keiiluck) and 1 in'micd stallion will make tannic dam of N'cll.i (i'NohI Say Menon, get Monon and stick to Monon, il ladies, all more or le stylishly drcbdeil. his tr.ittmu H, trial a 16; thy prcciitc.iviii at Dr. P W Logan miles Katie Jackson 1 a5K, "1J1 a lu at you want to save money and have a pleasant jourears old; Orey One joun? woman, Ioks that tvventy-ilvcloth!:i7. ney of Mille.lHcwlle mi tnriiiike mad le.iiiin t Charley, trial at ) ears old a 30 and j other that In thee peditftec yu will liud r.,yal ' "Ilavn't you got mow b'.:ink-- v. Stanford For tull information, time cards, maps, foldirs, yeara old I hhould tay, attracted tho iniild trot close to 3 so b Iron's Ciidmua, airt 01 and in these stll.. you xilltee iiidmdii Se. k' lie appeal inly chattered, Dei.ripliiii and Pedigree Waterloo is stand-nr- d Pocahontas a iiVl.Ac HC, ctll on or .iddres of the vvholo tiar by carrying landlo.-l- r attention tare beaiilv mid a breeders . ond to none. il. bred, I.I." k. 17 hands liiijli, weighs i,ao lb . vt, li. IKl ail, I'. 1 , i.ouuviue, N.y. IIKKK'K WII.Kr-- S will make the season ol jciir mare; w here II, e) ill Im pr.perl) i are f Mac entorod wlih a dlni kerosene in her lap, so that every one could wee IAS HAKK.KK, (. I' A , Chlcugo, III maKiiitn cut style and action and is a sure foal I'soo , my place z, .SAVIUDlar It MtKOIll-RTit, a pipe for jinoltln; opium and all tho lamp in hi hand. "I'm sl;.o.t chilbil getter, Ins proven) conibiinn,; spied and first ItuthniIlra'nili pike at mncsirom latiiorn, ry oh "" Agt., Stanford. Hi- has a rrc rd of a ao. .la saddle iiialitie to death:" paraphernalia roijiilailo to a eompleto Chief; lie b) Kichclieu; he by Manibrino He ".No." ro;riie.l Mbc rm awful sorry; b) Mambnno Piirmnster. he by Mambnno. lie $25 to Insure a Mare in Foal, THE FANC enjoyment f tlti.-- luxurious etmUKii of sDDI I.SIAILION, Imp. MesM'nKcr the hotiso i.i jtiKimod full and every byFirst dam Helm mare by Hay Mesienaer; he by the Onout. Tho pipe itself waa an Mnnev due uhen the fait is ascertained or mate .. Uut I'll hoc liat I can Harpiniis, he It) Hambletonian; lie by Imp pieee of workmanship, and must tiling is in u parted with. CIIAS Dl'NN C 6VsV Q ; ail dam Ked Ilird by Cannon Whip, tit; have eoit great deal of i.ionev. Tho do for you. ' Whip lie b) Imp Whip, he by by ttlackburn' The landlo.-ninall LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE ivystallamp vvau of vory rieli desitjn, in Into. i willingshed, and then vent out Saltrum dam bv Heroil ; 31I dam a thoroughbred wood and metal, and thoyouiif; woman I'naleil Mas 1. 1I71.1S aruh M.ilisinnv returning in . mare by Imp. Uiotnode. Ha) Mei'iner' dam .. .1 hand high. Iiems mane and tail; 1, tin. tly frkepi looking at it tenderly, an if admir- row moment with a piece of a fron wasoutof a full bloodeil Messenger mure and by RAILROAD. aud lain) , wiili a natural and pleasant .addle Imp llockliiKham Sl III 'ird 't nboiiithrvKi yard ln-- bat tho ing it.s((itality. Ilnaidi.s the-j- woro tho Richelieu was the most fashionably bred trot bree.la fancy and uhen quietly drisen in harne The Cre.t more goes like a trolier in He .a ..liver, whloli lookiil j if it were solid ineshiH of which wen fj'ir inches tin,; hore .milA1ncri1.ii and the winner of Ken style mint any otlierhorcin purses sl.le. to the third generation, is bailed I., th , stiver, and tho jniuin box of tho samo siiu.ltv. t'irew it over the challerlna premiums tucky oiichbtvda on lotli .idea, making linn very ami, THROUGHTRUNK LINE. material. How oxpoutiivo this layout fellow with the tvinarU--: There, that Wattrlo.'e dam by Helm' Vorkshire; lie and .nrightl) in gait: infoim and linish a perfe t model Yorkshire; dam by Weisigcr's llcWiaziir. Hewaasired by Sumpter Denmark, was I aai unable to tell; but hnovvthat ma.v hci; taii,;U up tho v.ind a little ad dam by Koulh; 3d dum the iMed ro.ui male byt.oddards Denmark,.. he be-! .,m.,,v. tv CIU1I1he Standard :,.,. well' Denmark. he by the ' race horse. Ilermi.r. its oust must havo buen over the $200, or it'ti'tho boit I can do," urn! he went out. owned by Je Helin mid alterward by N. T. Lee lie aboie cleguiiily tireil lioric will make the LC Wuterluo will stand at I'Pll",;uli'ro1'l even the &J..0 mark. It was handbonior hrst dam wn, ,cd season of i8u al "Maples," tuo nillea fiom With An OJtJi ct or l out Miitit, on Stanford pike, where they will be found he b) Sir Albert, I thoroiiahbredl ad dam l.i .'," than any tliinjr I havo ever noon in that $15 to Insure a Living Colt, Thoro vvsi a very irajolblc oil gontlo-ma- n .it all) time, toady la sen e mare Klnlna dam ol lino. What curious f:ul our passions irifiiiius by Tranby, thnroujb tire, ' ill. lit .1,1, : .!..!.. ...1 ,,- who f rmorly bold tin- - po.iition of i t ",v miai .u.ison a iipn, lead us to! will aUostand at tin n.ime plan- in fine Jack,1 dam a Wlupp mare ARTHUR SIMS, 3041. justice of the tteaon In one of our largo Louisville lly (ien Knox, record 14, with 14 in 3 y ckiss Wrntl.ity PomniUnl. cities. (iwi:ig d iwn tbo t iJn street ono (ien Knot by Vermont a 11 class and ao TOM KOISINSON, Tho I.owiston (.Mo.) liournal reports day, one o'f t! e boys spo!ce to Iilm withTo Nashville, Hern, 141, dim Dauxhtcrof Arthur Sims' isl At SIO In Insuie a Living Colt Muiiey due hy llourbon Chief, tire ol Son nf W aliaii- Denmark above: dam, Lady Arthur, Memphis, that thoro is a man living in feomer.set out noinin? u; to his bonor'.s idoa of weamnc time or uben mare is parted with Hi 1st dam l.v t ' one Lady Maud a aa and many othtr ho'rse Donma tounty, who U a silcotma:i. asssor deference. ' Young umn, line 3011 for a broun jack witlnvliitt (wints, 8 years old ih June out ofl. illy Arthur, thoroughbred,goodlieu a and Is ,,V"!L" ''? ' . h. handAtlanta, and lull 13I, hands hish Hi' was sired by Aiken's some buy and ovorsoor of tho jioor In his ton n. Ho contempt 01 court. "Ni bv, j.idge," said ........ ...... ,m hi, lt Ivillf. I'litlllli itt limit llt.li . iji, hands liinh and has proieu himself dan, hyVJunnmm ."VmV "a ." Ivtlitr ltd .. . ..... Montgomery, HUck with heai) mane and tail, Will stand at u tehool ngent and highway surveyor mi" tHIOIiar-rJennet, she was sired I.) King Pbllllli; .'ll a fine hreeiler art' not in bPtvtion." Satin by M and .. a natural saddler and ha. 'pros'en liin,,,,,, Little Rock, in his school and highway district. It lliU fonrt. ronponded tin judjfo, dam prasen .ret as lc. he li Jim Porter. 'I Ins. I1.1 k .c ?u inoT erufi. $20 by the Insurance. ha himelfa hnehreeder A iiumlierof hi& bssaid that th town pays him ono dol- thonmylily "it, uliva.rs in o!t liai solitf. r New Orleans. Mobile and at wc.inm time Money r ios.ioii, an I cjitbotjuently ultvaj an ob- with I ue when tu It! fnled paid mare parted VVYAN'DOITL, 5$. lar a day for llu l.oanl of his mother-in-law- , ic retime tu n.onci is ;.rd tint ho has hired his own ject oriuiit.ir.pt.' Newport News &Miss.Valley Co. II) Metropolitan, one of the be. t bred sons of I" LCK.AN Owner 8 daughter for t i school teacher. An Itysdyk n Hambletonian, basin"; for Ins dam I .. liy I'uruiar, Only one change to points in its Hyacynth by Volunteer, second dam Clara, tho Wallace he ilruvto u uloo sum eneh month Tom dam ol Dextei air and Dictator, the sire of hoven of tht" huppiMntl to bo riliarpess as a pensioner. Ho cirri' s on a farm Dini tor 1 17; Ph.illas 3 it), and Jay.K)e-Selawyor in tho rutin try havo a 1st dam Lady Welch uy William Welsh, sire sjtne in farm produoo and ami sr DENMARK LEXELL, of Prince Imperial 3 n'J 3 p.is,si'U avyay, and thu said $; and sN ': for x.usror faiuku banhood: dam an inbred Wagoner and Jeremiah horspconid Son of Wullace 31. ovv:n a building and inatiu vvlllii. Iioi-- liiul-ci- i EMIGRANTS mure This Denmark. a wills DEBILITYi all to lllndsra cent, the old horse Kyulyk's Ham. tint; ic liiu in riii hi iiiin,i ,.,.ii handsome colt, nt ;' i. :. i of a poker oluh, by lioir-havo othor Livvycrs. An ignorant Rnffiiiii enaral and NERVOUS Kind. Effceta tains 41 perNo. olthe founder of the that i r i sinonof Bode and Olil or and blctoni.111 trottSeeking homes on the line of this road will receive Slid . i to, Stock commuted t mv a of Errora or ExMaaas in Ktcatcst Tonnr. .V7"I I "?... g u well uj a success. Special rates. Ileba.t. S.bl. mallOOO rail? IKll.r.4. Il.w l ,.l.ri til ing! family the world has ever known, coursing receu my attention. ' llipoitl. liiu ...in Trnin fltlTrnt rK,.inl. . ,i at reasoiiable personal I.. n,i.i ran UHUl9a s' 1'ild be added MisMitiri ftuiiifr wruto IiIh will In lour Bir.111.. nit. C.IUKIILU TKklTltT-B.,- ll, HUUI. Company for rates, routes till i "'fnisiieJ asentsot this rates to . ZJiino. .in I. 1 du. ,,..i.-7.- , H...1.I C1,D",JU.' souinieer, .sieiropouiiin nock. No re..n. lb, .V r. . '" ?? '.e "moval of I ..l..llljrr. In lioae " inriunJay- - sui : and a Blato. and It stool threo law a.Mi.i.ir ur!l10 bl.l....d 1.1.1,. l...lrl... TTrluuVs. "'! illiam ,,. clsll. Acorri,e,OciA.rMoKEo t, &t ciucr.il .:;." lorieits" insurance cr escaoes t." Pttrrtpllx U..k, .i.l.a.iKsa a.d prwr. Btlkil (w.Ud)rrM. !d t;t lawyur-i" .suik and mates 1. thoy had ariived at a ilivi.Moii, and vvt're u&horod into eourt. The elerk nilced if thoy had ajjreetl on a vcnliet, and tho foreman r plied that they had found fur tho defendant. Although it is not still it i.s not an exceptional thing for the losing sldo to ask the court to have the j.iry polled. In this instance counsel asked that it ho done. Tno elork put the usual question to tho foreman and received an atlinnathc answer, and so on down to tho otolith juror. Ho sat look inj; stolidly before him and didn't answer when his namou as called. Ho was a CJerman, and the clerk asked in a louder tone if that was his verdict. IXo answer. Then he thundered out and again no answer. At this junoturo tho foreman rose with a most urbano manner and addressed the court: 'It your honor please,' ho said, 'tho eighth juror does not understand a work of so we did not consult him atall In How ho got on making up our tho Jury was nev r explained." En-gllo- h, voi-ilic-i- cus-tomnr- y, vv vv two-hjiii- kI ! half-poun- d - 1 nc of our young doctors engaged in a larjo diensar connected with one of the modienl schools In the city to u Now York livening Mm reporter. The doctor continued: "Muih of our work Is thankless enough. Wo operlonoo the Troatost difficulty in getting pat lotr to tako medicine as they ate directed. "They wcni almost to liave an idea .sometimes that we ought to imv them for inking- what is going to cure them. when an iut.restlug imso comes in while a clinic is going on in college, wo t.tke it before the class and M I). 'nthe piMcedure show tho ttfitii'b-hmKen itir lit reiiot. liteea in iiiios-tiowas thit of an Italian, lie came rushing in with a (ill id about a venr old in his arm Ansioty w.n dcplctod on . his "The litle thing had great dllTlenlty In breathing, but retained breath enough to mako llene howl. Calming the father .somewhat, v.e mn aged to learn that the child had swallowed a quarter of a dollar, which hurt stuck In its throat. lie asked If v. jel it out. Ve proiiiljisl to do o'tr bent, and. as a elinie was in session, look the ehihl and the father Into ll e pit of tho ampltheater, so that tl operation might lo p I'ntmetl iiefore t!ie students. "The prof csst be(fn viork at once, for he saw that the child was in a fair way to VifTocato. 'I hey use for these operations an in trtitr r.t cllrd a coin catcher, which Is made ltko a enieiiot neeillo. only tho matorlal Is rubltor. and the hook oi tho ewl of the instrument is longer than that of the ow hot noodle. 'I he in .trnr.ient la to be pasmoddown the n throat past tho coin, and when th catches i.nlor the coin and It i i , 11, '. up. At Uvt.it a difl- cttltoj'rr-'i'-n- . f r the child ill ki-i it is not without danger and toths .urr,i'iiKllng ports. or worked away, and as "The his oiTurti :or a lime provisl unsuc.is. fnl. the a::i : , on thofat.-uthe father boia-.i- e l.'S n. . lit? uMtxltod and seemed to t!it-I- . .' . :?! waa loat. At length the ;: : . fxirtoatod and the 1kvs storsw t ':e. r Tho pr ifessor ;; d.w:t on the table woiK lit laid t'.i wnol'sM IimI aotlk This was the Ti . .nl tr'.iile tho p"ofoorV biok w 1 '3'.l ! qitk'ly traisf Trod thotj- "' : tj Llpuu!:et. Toe look of dl:; . '. l frori his eouun nane". n counti-nanc.'11 co-il1 other day." So spoke Irooril for Dinviirlclit ,stlti.itp4, , "I have sce-- i 'mure hI'it.v Jien vvtllo I've biioii in tho itieilicHl profittslori. but the littlest gnrv I aw iKiurred tho Regular Wilkes! Pari Lay 16 hnnds high, wclglit 1, aw .un.lv Foaled June, iMj V Cl.AY Wlt.KTS. llanihle- GenrKc Wilkes he by Ityvlvk tuiimn Kirt Jam bv Kusuliu: he v Ve4nnitiT KeiiuUr Wllle is as fine oitnl horsoits will be fou nil in the Wilkes family, lie luu never len hanilleil for but can pa loryfait Ho will make the c.ioii. if 1890 at my lumie two unlets frutH l(utimilleon Dnntllletiiki' at Hi-b- Maple Shade Stock Farm. E. P. FAULCONER. Faulooner, Boylo County, Kentuolsy. Abdallali Mantbrino 3715 4, 'p. lu. j in tli j , t; tam Print e oftlie sreattxt ).r..o,t mare In th t'mteii 8late, l Alftaiidcr's AMalUh IIWKI.IICK hai horf 7 )earild, 13 hiinda I'fin. ts-- el $10 to Insure a Living Colt. iIhi1. one Lien retained on colt till tlir rrt Ire tn.'liev is Marvftfrarvd on rcaMHinblu terms No f ran Menu ..r i'caie J l LAND, Moreland, Ky. n 2 Horses and 3 Jacks. por I will ot tanj iH , .it mv stal.le at M. two Horn' an.l thri-e nV.. Ilettie Jones s i ,U. high, compact!) hmh, strong none, sure feu I Sire of (ienesa S r .name ii , i ycur 0111, a ami trotted er a lull) track lol fall in j ,y reiir , 1 t s jg)4, Soto itj. l'.tfie Thornton Ji', anil we tjuimne h ieit Mm to ttw close to 1 1 tliU Pall and the ilamstif l harleton 1 i'. I.ady l,a i ?., III. produce are lrk'r and fine, anil lltn (inmby VVillleniPiit a iS, Wawona t jS,, Sijina Nu J3, he will make a ttohl crmt on our i;ood nstiiet in I elcphone 140 and ethers I hree of the ahoie this station. records made ininiSM, the remaining ten The teal viilut in his pdiurvr rft In th fact were made in 1M4. that h h..rac of individual aim, hint ntor itn b..ta side wate both star f II V AI.MONT lotmers end prodnrar l aorta that could jjo iha dim t.VI). Itlm d im of I. ads Maiolia itckv routaandtat thv monav and MaialucK's ieli llmn Chief 414 ire of Maistie J a.il ami tho ftewi rood limits will do litewist dams of Altuatoiit 1 16I4 laid) .Majmii.a J aj by K unity . tho Mambrin Chief S50, Money Duo when Mnro Proven Jacl t dam KANKIK (.iamol Dolly, dam of Dlroctor cet-te1 REVBEN VERMONT, llv IJillS e rnn.nt the pcilijrre of dam mikiiov. 11. WATERLOO, JR., VV naught. Ac Hen Franklin's ilam by Jhnao CopperiMltom, d dam by SisWeimer. son of Sir An hy, on of Imp. Dlomed Abdallah Mambnno ghes rai horse qualnto to the colts that he lias produird Ieyarr hor-- e of estreme pceil, coorne and lei el head, with llonrl t 17 Caarlna 1 3, John K. liym a ,t bj lira I'tanklin, Mn ol flairac, mhi of Heat n, 'I horndnle 1 tH, ()nard t H Mr of with Foal. Poillnc 1 1586. ' """ I 11 ! y-i 1 hand-mir- Miir-Cl- a) I Huvclok 11 1 in-- VV 5, 1 Pna-rep- a. '. , f "r l!: 1 with-draw- "". 1 I , I 4 1. 1 1 Q-over- s sn-uri- Messonera I FOB SALE -2 Belmont Chief 8689, I 11 1,1 p-i- fei f . ! ! Ln-lau- .. "" 1 I . V I'al-lan- VV .,, i,. tt, 1 . 1 1 1 - ! h-- p-- 1 1 YAZOO, 11799. I -I 1 ,,, m . I two-ouu- d i.- - miJ-troa- rofn-ahmo- 1 rr I - . l 1 1 I llar-o- n 1 hv-- r f. 1 1 vj r. Lac-lan- e d 1 1 - ! 1 .1 1 Harrison Chief, Jr., o VV .1 I 4 li-cf- .. . 11 -- . . 1 Ed Barlow, 2375. ) I oi I l 1 1 s. I , 1 j S40 to Insure. 1 1 f t'1 VV I . i 1 V - Jul-ic- ii -t- 1 1 - BREEZE . , 1. -, WILKES! I V " J, , lum-be- r. 1 1 I y 11 irt VV mart-col- how-ove- A NEW FAST MAIL, VV Eagle Denmark 1 n'-gn- '. j-- 4 111 d 1 1 1 I 1 f 'ev - und-ino g !!! 1 WATERLOO. 1 .111 o 4 -- - 1 a-- t )r. s, - II 1 1 a bl 'cr x . to vv 11 d Arthur Sims, 3041, Wyandotte, Wallace Denmark; 1. high-ta- il tlih-ii'.- r 11 111 .111 5526, SOUTH' & WEST 1 : - - 1 v I Lan-ratte- r ,'' I I I - ..... 11 , STEVE WALKER, a sass.aas.a.atsswmsas. 111 1 1 ,"..r VV , "'j-o-'l ...,. . ..-.....- .. L "1" 11 11 V er 11 ARKANSAS ce TEXAS. vvl-i-- t FOR MEN ONLY! U atSl5; -- atSIO e 1 '. I - . I I : 1 1 l- l.ouiille, . ..,. 1. Ky. Mm ERIE MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO. M. V. - I'. A F.LKIN, Lamasti-r- . season due. vv. I i;!" J b KK1.E CARPENTER - n ..'':V 1. ir..eaa-.amg- uki. -,.