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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890061301 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. r; n t' jw 9rfmf ",i't?9&''tW l "'"WJW'1 " 1i"yHf ''J'WJ"Wy,'lyf ''"J Semi-Weekl- y vol.xviii. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, JUNE LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. 13. 1890. NO. 30 MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. The Anaconda Club met nt ' H. Otter's Inst Friday night. Tim concludes thi' uicetiiigi for the season. It is generally understood Unit the Danville Hop Club will isIvimi hop during commencement week of Outre College. Miss Joe Heed's school Hosed ! mottling with exercises tlmt ueie entertaining ami irmtliylng to her Miss I!, i considered one of tin Tilt parents of bent teachers in town. tin1 children why hail In charge an high-lpleased with tin progress their have iiiuiK. Mr. N. I). Ingram is making to move into his beautiful Iioiiid hi bought of U. I.. Milter last week. Tho place is in the suburbs of town, just outside of thecoipornte limits and contains HI acres. Mr. Ingram palil for it. Mr. ami Mis. Salter will leave for Hot Springs in a few duys.Vhere Mi. Salter goes for his health. -- The closing exercises of Moirlson Seminary took plaee Moiulay ami Tiibh-duevimimrs of this week. The cxei- is's were pronounced excellent by tliooi who attended Monday evening. night the irnduating eMuys r nad aii'l diploma, presented." Miss ('irw loues, of Montirell , ami MIhs Jen-u.- e Shumate, of Danville, noro tho The composition anil reading of their MKsayH weio well done. The diplomas were presented by U. .1. Itreoktn ridge in some eloquent ami itjiisibl' Kveryone seems to lie pminl of the way in which the tu'inlnnry has rl-d- wio lyshothinnelf. The report retiih.-- us yesterday that son 01 .moire ngm mm iiccnieinai- d TI0 many friends of C. M. Hoid Uur oity is full of strangers attend-- ' lug tlie coininencement exercises, blisses i.ella Jolinson and Ulaude Uryo are Here. Misses Carpenter, of Missouri, are visiting relatives here. Mrs. (i. 15. Coop-or ami little ones aie with us. Mrs. Nan is quite ill t henlaughter's, Mrs. 1 J. A. Irye. ' ,aV(, received invitations to bis marriage to Miss Jennie l.ee Dean, of I Jock vale, Miss Maud Hobinson enteitained ,K. ,j,,jor Social Club last Fridav night. jISi w. o. s.i-negave a very charm-Th- e entertainment' Monday night, in j,,,, Kahlert. of nonor 0f jlt.r J,l,stt .Mi.--s Louisville. Mrs. Sim Anderson taj,Hi Wednesday night in honor of her guest. Missen Lillian and Amo Hitf-oenter-Powe- ll y ii cliil-tlro- prep.i-ration- s alliti wanton play, nut .low ilbln t play right ,jnVH r,.trnud ,ol,. Tuesday morning, Fiuellill, Thursday C. A. BENEDICT & CO., if the owner of tho dog ever lays y and A message from W mcliester announM,,t K.nbry, Miss '.Mattie Kate might as kin ailll Maria Cash attended the coin- - ces the death of Mr. J. k. Allen, at that "Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, I. M. I1RCCE. well sing "farewell, farewell." meiicement exercises at Huston villi this place. Mr. Allen was a citizen of this' tankord, kv. Tho musical and dumb bell drill giv-- 1 week. J. T. Kuson, mail agent on the place for JO years. His wife died some, ... " 7 pili AND FSSO STASIS. UVQ7, . :, order and Pumps lurmhed en by the pupils of Christian College on Cincinnati Southern, ami G. it. Hardin, three years since and he w cut to ! lorida, factory price.. 10 10th was a success in every purtic-- ' Cincinnati and Livingston, are here vis- afterwards coining to Winchester. June STANIOItri.K. Dur-- 1 KUANK makimos. ular. The hall was filled with an appre iting telatives and friends. Mis Cecil, ing his stay here he nuttle no confidants JAS ' ciative audience and the order of the Lebanon, after a week's visit to Misses and nothing is known of his family conSI'ECIAI. Al'lLNIION to COMMERCIAL GlYEHS & RILRIHON' programme was executed in good style. Mary and Maggie Miller, left for home auctions, except that lie came from some ' travelers Jlnrseo and nmle bought and sold. i ne exercises REAL EST TE, Onl ore openeii.y a hureMiid ehii.le ued in lit cry, Montlnv. Miss Sue Doty entertained point in Virginia. He was a cabinet by the pupils and this aloneshowed how lt.r mm. f, lends in a most charming workman and was woi king at his trade - HARRY A. EVANs, laitliiuiiytiieywere tnuneii. i lie tun-- , nmmu.r Tuesdav night. Mrs. McClel-stir- when death claimed him. Anvonehav-- I l.oti.C.l, Iron and nmber Und. bought was of a high order ami to Miss , lm, ...f..r.,.'in.,.. ....... .1;.... l.L I.. ANALYTICAL CHSMIST, .io,,t0n iui K0, '. (,. Hrndloy, ... .............. mo or na on (.ommiMion, UorropoiidetKe Alice I'onl, the teacher or this demrt- - Nr xiitWii ,,L, t(u. fUII1jy 0f T.M. solicited will kindly correspond with F. T. Mar-,- . '" y STANFORD, KY wo will say that we are very promt Molli ils h Mrs. ,jej Hurnside and little tin, Winchester, or the secretarv of Ash- ol her pupils and herself also. Miss Ford (JlU)u.hu.r ' QIJ) VjiL. t.. Commotion- V. land Lodge No M at this place. and Surveying in SPRINGS' Engineeriupf branches. is deserving of tho most cmplimentary (mngr, San Antonio. Tex., is here to all Col. J. 15. Irish passed down the road terms, for she hits had a serious time d the summer with his enmdfatl.er. Wednesday to ThieviHe on his return .1. ..!.... ...... tl.farrinv ,.. h. uuilLIBVIIICII. u l..rL. .... CHrCU . . .w HI fmm la grippe ami roseola, which claim- - i)r. t. i. i Alex McKee Kin-- ! from Hot Snrim-- and T..sw lOOKUlg hi ..fc....ijfc of the Interior lournal IIIL rcinl in Ult ntue in o most of her school during the most few greatly improved in health. Willetto inl, Middlesboro.is at home for a ufoBrt?ih Tins notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and important session of the college. The (lllVH K. K. Higgins, Louisville, attend, Vowels is in from Middleshoro and is ed l'hve aS.,n isud the spring And buddTn" Others not ti on our lund- - without per. condor-todmission, as all suih will be prosecuted to the extent of the law Signed. NotwithstamUm: the inclemency of fMtm.. of the evening wa. the dumb tMf,a. Knights of Fvthias banquet Wed-- ' working in the Signal olllce. Mr. Ike by tlie little girb. Iheii cos- - U,wjllv iKilU Mis.s Kllen U. Owsley is Snodgiass, after a year's absence in the A.m D. V. HOI.MKS. Dr. P W. LOGAN', the weather, ijnitu a good crowd gather bdl drill MARY 1IKI.1.E ADAMS. Adm 1'HIUih.KT RICHARDS JOSH ADAMS ,, fr,., Mr1 i.(.rv K1,i,.,.t sebnnl West, returned Tnesd.iv turned wore beautiful and each one had ,., . V CiAINES. I'twl.. Itlllv - '" 1. II. McKINNKY. at the pretty home of Mti Mary el ' SAMFOKI) IRWIN, Mrs. dumb, bells. It whs decidedly at JOHN U. I.YNN, Murk, (our miles from town, Monday a pur of iiavilk.. Clav Hamilton has ac McUlure, aged i'l, has been ijuite sick, Mrs AI.ICK ItCKEK JOS. IIALI.OU. IIUIS C BAM. ph'rk nt the Lan- but is btter. Tho father of Ilrakeinan everyl-oilhail a tlie et calkstheulc evercise ever given pted the position of Of course evening. as everybody here. Marv Itico was tho letidei, assist- caster Hotel. Miss Mary Miller and Wilson, who was killed near here last most delightful time, Dealer In K lead.Miss Kuby Taylor went with Col. W. S. Saturday, was here Wednesday from knows how plemuiitly ami with what ed by ii tie Jones, and with sucti a er as Mflry there was no fear of a mis- Miller and family to Knoxville Monday Somerset. Mrs. M. I'. Burnside's music eaw Miss Mary entertains. PleaMiit ttftdesire to sell my (arm of ahout i.JO acre., situtake, she was quite graceful ami a mas- niirht to spoiid tho summer. Miss Hes- - school closed last Fridav and that talent- (ct-- i ated about if, miles north of Stanford on the hikI dancing were eiumged in Hush IlraiiLh pike, opposite There OILS. are about acres in wheat the old church.balance .hiring the evening. 'Hie gnents were ter of her imrt. This lwnutiiul exeicise sie Webt. who has been the guost of od lady has returned to Lancaster. Mrs. and rye; the 50 (iood dwelling nf the farm well set in timothy Itoun- - was under the direction of Mi&e Urtih Mine Puttie Itauley returned to her Mury Conn sustained , VARNISHES, ETC painful injuries t rental ton niostMimptnons ami f four rooms and kitchen and splendid new Knocli, one uf our uiiHt opular teach- home in Danville yesterday. Miss Lib frmu a fall at (Juthrie. I. T., last week. is tiful table of pood tiling Mini all liiierd - KENTUCKY. turn; en well watered and fenced. Possession can DANVILLE, be 2i immediately. For particulars, seu J. ers. The children showed wimt care liau and Amo Heasor, Hamilton College, Liilnnl mid Mis Into hoar. till Stanford, or write the undersigned fit Ukmaiiui.u.k By Dioiukd Pkiioxs. WAI.Ii I'AI'Klt AM) KKl'dltATIOVS. the larg Cincinnati, Ohio. giVtfii them, for are visiting Mrs. sim Anderson. E. WITHERS. Clyde. were Mia iiudHUfltilion had ) Conner, of Ijiwreiicebnrs. tt and moot romplete tocl. in Central Kcntuk, There are no restrictions upon remar- vith all the latest and mot .irtutit decorations - the drill was a Uirncult mie, Hut given jrHning bus returned to his position Mu'n v tailors mI men ed much tlen- wiUtontnsinglumisUike. Tbiarapinreil Room Moulding ami nown to the trade in ith MPimo,, A irvin, at Utiisville. riage by divorced persons in Connecticut, ilou Shades in endless varietv I'RICI.S THE Z7J? tiOll ch,iM. .ta-- e wns liand- AND WORK THf ex- UioImhiw. The An Mbs IW) Kahlert returned Wednesdav Kentucky, Illinois and Miniuota. H- i.'lWENT is kindly soluitrd before orders are r. in.itinn J. It OWENS, Manager, I. teed Lu.ht WirMotT M in hum. -- To ob- atfuwljr tlwiimtwl with evergietms and u, ,,or ,lot, iomhVille. MNs Mary ither piuty may mairy, but defendant Harrodsburg, - Kentucky. tain light inntiintly without the us of theworkof MbsSsdlie Llkin's art elm ielinl.s. must wait two years and obtain permisnii "!. i,a !," Miss Klkin exhibit- villi to visit relatives. was the attracliou. sion from the court in Massachusetts. mnti lies and without the dancer of I li.ue taken charge st this popular hotel The decree of the court may leMrain tho thing) on Hre, it it nn easyj nwltor. ed all styles of work, from pencil draw, and intend to run it in a first class manner in eery respect Itisbeinz papered and painted from guilty party from remarrying in Virginia. The Home Paper. Take an oblong "vial of the clcr?t of inv up U) xirtmit work, both oil and top to bottom, the bedding is being renovated and bright- - Parties cannot remarrv until after two A liner lot of well executed nn iii imint of in old xe. il re- - eterstlnng done t. make it pleasant and lielltlZi ltiriu. crayon. When you got married to the glu, put into it a piece of quests. The table shall neer be surpassI nfler for vilt- pmutid . tiriiijt from m ," mUxu the hiwof a pea: upon thh pour work was never before shown here. Kv ust Mild best girl in the country, where years, except by permission of the court, J It. OWENS. mtMt m tin-- Intel n nccumed b n'. ed b hotcKin this section ("rmiy.Biii the anil Hoinepure olive oil heated to the tailing oryliody was delighted with this depart- hd vou look for that notice tliat meant in Maine. In tho State of New York the amlalMi tntMuriiiturv st. Aaph in sunfc.rd, k rixtuie The llmiseis m4.telii:ibly locateil on Mam treet tiient ami we are iroim; to have Mims I'd- - ur iniioli tn von and so little to uearlv tilaintill mav lemnrrv. hut the defendant jMint, the bottle to be tilled ubout " has a luri;u ami . , nf km with us again, much to the satisfac everybody else full; then cork tightly. 1,To H"'' Io your Home Paper. cannot do so during the plaintitl s life- - in theieiittv patronage i"di dmnga profitable buMiiew itis light, remove the cork, allow the sir to tionof overyhotly and to the happiness When your home was invaded by the time, unless the decree be modilied or merl'i'iHiilil.is "Tu'.h' girl, or the louiiciiig baby boy, proof that tive years have elapsed and ami other appurtenance enter and then reoork. The whole emp- of a "few." Sh- - snys she always did "BLUK GliVfc-- WOUTE." bottle will then become like roMjrtrs" anyhow. I must beg to whom did vou make it your business that compluinaut has married again and' ty spare in the at.Holii.iiM'iMt let in iiuttumtiif, Ky luminous, ami the light obtained will lo space enoiiL'h to eonipliiiieiit the piano to convey early informiition as to the defendant's conduct has been uniformly . The Shortest nnd Quickest Routo from ..,, ..,, Slllll,lBl IMm- in a Central Kentucky to all points North, return ny violation of this is punished ' t."'. riiij a good one. As soon as the light be- - piartet, "Heather Itttll Waltx." This sex, tlie time and the weight'.' To the good. East, West and South-Wes- t. Fast as bigamy, even though the other party ,,iare ,,)r Hotel omes dim its power can he increned by jtiece was renderesl by Nannie Carpen- - editor of that Home Paper. and a commiim- Line between Lexington and Cincinin allowing a fresh ter, Mary Carpenter, Laura King audi In after years, when some manly has been married. In Delaware, l'enn- - tj ti'li-i- and opening the bottle ami "Terms liirther ptrtkular ma). Ik' had '. nati. girl to pylvania and Tennessee, no wife or d Miller t 0le) jtlnriiej", or mjeli supply oi air to enter. In very cold Mary Colley. It was giou in good style' young fellow takes the SCHEDULE IN EFEEC1 MA 11. lSje. M C POItTMAN. Sunt rd the young ladies deserved all of the' a home of his own, or your once bonne- - band divorced for violation of the mar- eather it is sometimes nwessary to No. 6. .NO. 4. .0. V. Ex .Sun. deat the vial between the hands to in- - good things that were said about them, ing boy now a man is given a part- - liage contract can marry the paiti- Ex. Sun. Daily nersliio in the htore because he has illst cops criminis during the life of the for- rease the lluidity of the oil, and one 2 I.ve Cincinnati ... 8 10 am 3 co p ml 3 js pm. Latest From The Boys. ingenibrought homo somebody olso daughter uier husband or wife, nor in Louisiana iM.ttle will last all winter. This i P m I.ve Cosington... 8 18 am 8 09 p in q 44 am q t7 p tn 4 OS P m The "Hoy Preacher" is said to be aging ami set up an establishment of his own, nt any time; such marriage in Louisiana L.vc Falmouth.... ous contrivance may be carried in the 11 10 a tn 10 aj p m. 5 4J P m Arr Pans pocket, and is ined by the watchmen of rapidly. He show s every one of his lift to whom do you personally exhibit the renders the person divorced guilty of E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor Arr l.hington... iioopm 10 JJ pm .3. Ptn 11 no am r...T. i 41 P m I.ve Paris I'nnsiiiall magaiiues where explosive odd years and his shoulders Iww under wedding presents and load up with the bigamy. o 70 pm Arr Winchester... ii 05 p mi inllrmities of age. ' 7 JO p m the bride's cake, and to whom do you look . or tntlamuiHble materials aie Htored. 40 p m, Hichmonu An uufoitunate juuiiK man ui the No Holtl in Kentucky has a better reputation. Arr Lancaster. 4 SS P m, The "Hoy Orator" is nothing like he for that complete description of the Arr C'iiuago Leader. '!'p m and its tironriator it determined that iw.cj S jo iianiiinf l'nli.irt. ..V.t.lVI. ll.ii... nf av.i.v lli.ir.l ,,,41K Arr Stanford.. . was (tO years ago, yet for ono in his sev ......... UU.MMIIUII .lira. ...nf.!.. !Ullv ...1.1 ,IIIHHV Ut ..V.Ji ., ,,1 (hall be maintained. .I.... .. ... .1... i. in,M. lni.1. Ulltl ,,, Lve Richmond ...I i$ p m r.n.,,.wle i.i.it.l.sn nf ' 3 05 p in The young enties lie is rather robust still. A WirilKiiKH ItoMAMK. " Arr llerea About ' ,u v i ua ' Kit, wich once more means . S ' P " l.mngton. Arr man had seized her haml, tlroiped on all tl.it Uleft to reiniiin in oi tli.. i,.- - .so much to vou and a very few others, who did not reciprocate his allection. . Heharecenth at'Jedto its appouitwcnu cruel maiden, No. 5. one knee and got as far as "Kncouraged orator is ins ,.r.i.... ,.i.i..i. lias r.i....... i, nnd ho little to No. To this SMnlul i " moment of uncontrollable rap- .and J by your smiles, dearest girl, and by the n.,iln to clnldisli itrohlo. same editor of that same Home Taper. 4tture I.ve Livmsston. a co a in his arms around her and rav- aio ..(r";u .,... ..I.. ..:.. . old And ' kindness with which you Imvo received Tlie itr... comes to vourhoine io 5 a in l.e lierea. Livery Arr Richmond.... i 4j a in .,.:.. an AriMiua tlieater. ii;a' and vouwhen troube possessions that ishedakiss. The fair but obdurate one A First-Clas- s attentions, I am eniMdened my man , add to your Kobert Toacommoda-- the demands of in mcrcned Lve Stanford .. .. 7 oo a in when he suddenly .stopped, his jaw fell, a.taiueia i ren irsiiuuniiessan lor desolate bit of ,.i.ii,.. tho lot in n,., lodged formal . . Le Lancaster 7 45 in liet turnouts fi.rni.hed Arr Richmond. .... io at a a in voun- - man wns aimrehended transient patronace. iind he stated in blank dismay at some him to "make up" any for his parts. He .........terv. and somehow the sun doesn't and others. Commercial , . , i to p in 6 10 a m Lve Richmond. object back of the young lady. will have to give up the stage ere long beem to shine just as it used to, and ami trieu lor ins misdemeanor, ine Arr Winchester. IS i oo p in 7 4S a in magistrate, after hearing the pos and a m soft. t 40 p in 7 Arr Paris "do on, Mr. Ferguson," she said on account of his deafness and other in- there's the llutter of crape at the door a m 45 p ! cons, sentenced Kobert to six weeks at I.e Lexiugton .. t 05 p in 7 oo a m 3 31 p ro hehhould llrmities. ly, unaware of any leason why ro 1 50 p in 8 53 Lve Pans 4 and tho odor of the tube rose in the haul labor. As Kobert walked oil' to Falmouth .. 4 i p m 913 a m 5 16 p re Lc Covington .. 5 p in to 35 a in 6 30 p m pause The "Hoy Circus Mdor" will rothe to front parlor, and the chair that for years indirm.i. Arr I iil pa a rteardofFifty Ddiar, 40 "Yen, goon, Mr. Ferguson," echoed a home for tho aged ami iiitirin after this has been beside yours at the fireside and prison he remarked, proudlv. "Well, tion on l )iik ti hi uf an un.luthi p eron 5 SO p in 10 45 a in 6 33 p m Arr Cincinnati . Chicago ews. kiss was worth it. the her father, who had just made his ap- season. and 14 run Sunday Trains opposite you at the table, is vacant Found Cutting Timber or Dam- - CincinnatiNos. uLexington, Icuving only between. Cincinnati at and pearance at the door in the background. The "Hoy Detective" is after the "Hoy when all this happens, who makes it his Vienna lias seen a duel between a man 8 a ,a.id arming at I.exin;lim at u in. l.yt. aging1 any Improvements Mr. Hurglar," but as neither of them is unLexington at 40 p. m, and arrive at Cincinnati at He held it invitingly open ami business to write in tender strain of the and a woman. A girl, P.), challenged u (in the foiiowm; property 5 3,p nt. Ferguson went on. der SO no serious results are likely to one whose life has grown to be a part of young doctor who had oileuded one of, On thcMaysville llranch, No 9. leaves Paris at The,atlll,al n,,hUlld Wna. w a. Cash1., arriving No. 545, P ()ut. follow should heoveitako him. and whose sympathy and good her friends and refused toapologize. He Tim uuiiion', ocorge isaugh". Itastm Heirs', 800, am and 10 35, 11, m,at and 8 10. m, m. No. at yours, p Maysville at ta H. P oiwb, I. S. Young's li acre place.W.ler- - leases Maysville at a 5,15 a m, arming at Pans at Tho "Hoy Pianist" has been unable to deeds to others" have long been known whn challenged in the ordinary wav by ry., w,B j.0ne' No. u leaves Maysville at A conspicuous liguro in tho procession jo and 740,am. a C. . ;?P- -r play for a long time on account ot rheu- and recognized if never publiclyannounc-td- ? two seconds, a student and an' otlicer of These trains ate arrives at Paris at 4 15, p .... .... . . i? .at tho unvailing of the l.ee monument at ,ltUM matism and other ailments attending old Iurnuulls, si7cre, John daily except Sunday. John Tho editor of tho Home Paper; and reserves, and when he lldictlled tilt' idea Creek. 07 acres, ucren, No F. N. runs dally fiom Lexington to Cincinnati. Richmond was the venerable l'rof. M.J. Harris oo acres, II. am; arrises Paris Lexington age. He delights in telling how ho once he's only too willing to do the little that till' gill threatened tO llOISewhip llllll lluchanan's, 301 43 Power.'. loo.ucres John Auderson's, 14 acres, 10No am; leases Sunday 10 00 Crouch, tho composer of "Kathleen except 4j Wash Harris'" 57 acres, Freeman's, oo acres, saw Mozart play the piano. .Moart was ho can to help you over the hard spot in pill)llU. lilt t lllllltll!t W.IS tlu-,, .IL No 8 leaves Cincinnati 5 10 pm;arnve Kalmouth Mill tract. I. Tobin's tun.. Ilrvan. Ho is perhaps nearer '.) pm; except Sunday a boy pianist at the time, also. ceptl'daild meeting, With SWOrds, tllsoj Kidd'sfarm, Joel Petrev's farm, A.C.H.ch's larm, 7 10 o. 7 iea c r aiinomn 600 am: arrives Cincin the road. .SO years of age, yet hale and hearty. i than full accompaniment of secomls.and The "Hoy Kditor'' has recently been nati 7 55 am; except Sunday And in all theno years have you adver- with r Lcxing. No t runs Ho was arrayed in full uniform of Conrnnm m m nicpne.l nun , ... .. A .... ,..!.. n n . ... .. im...n.- Tiafn Notes ,t, No . daily between between heard from, too. Hois now the oldest tised in this Homo Paper and subscribed ilni'tnix , took tilni't til !i In t runs daily ""i " Vienna siiburb. To tho man's surprise tra. t. Mroilf MiMie,'5. iitta.'e near aep I at federate gray, having come on from Otten- compositor at the case. for it, nnd done what you could to help his antagonist showed herself a genuine Oiard. Hotel, Co,, ... and.eKo.e at Winchester. to meet probably the last tiniu his Ily Inr points on the N N A ..I in muuici- - fencer of extraordinary skill and the reAjentf r Owners of the old First Howit annually con- - the editor tight your battles ......... ...1 sult was that the atl'air ended when The amount of tobacco soldier comrades ...... .... IMPORTANT -- Trains of t his linn now arrive she at and depart frmu the Central Union Passenger V ": zers. His comrades say that po braver sinned in the United Mates is estimated Pa ""' V"l had wounded him in the side. Station Cincinnati, making conncctiens for all up the worked to est. points North, hast anil soldier ever fought with the artillery of bv an apparently competent authority at lin as he has .U ..:.... Through ticLcts and baggage checked to any town and brim: business to it. How is Village Parson (entering country editnun iUU.iH.'ii.ui'u the Army of Northern Virginia. pounds. rUVXei T. v eveiuy Vt vJiVj destination reached by a railroad. Kx. or's odice "Vou promised to publish Kur full particulars address any agent ol the Cu. pounds are utilized in the production of it? Have you'. .,. ILTita sg or 1.JB r that sermon I sent you Monday, but I irtl.Kfl shouted domestic cigars; 2000,000 pounds of "Uiinnie a ham sandwich'" Past. Vgt . Cincinnati, W L Ml N'SdN. Ira f exreg8iUB it, R ,8 nlt,er nhlM h F. II. MORSE, Ucn I Pass'gT Agt. the guest at the dime lunch counter. chewing tobacco ami smoking tol.acco 1)lU ,(011,moor8 one ieg wns of gieat ad- - do not llnd it in the latest issue of your Cincinnati, O. II E HI N 1IVLTON, i t Prest and fien Two seconds later he complained to the are consumed; S,l)00,()0() pounds are used vantage to him in his race. Mr. and paper." Kditor "I sent it up. It sine-lManager. went in. What was the name of it ''" littendant. "That was the worst sand- - in the manufacture of siitill; (1,000,000 Mrs. Xegatitl', of Zanesville, Ohio, are litVKKAL OFrlCIS Parson "Feed My Lambs.'' Kditir Chamber oftommerce ihuldiug Ciiuimuti,'!. wich I ever had. No more tasto than iiounds are reiiuired in the production of celebrating tho arrival of their searching through the paper c& CO., sawdust and not big enough to see." cigarettes, and 1.000,000 pounds of cigars son. Following an inexorable grammat- (after urn here it is. You see, we You've'et your check," returned the nro imported. This would make an av ical rule, the young man will probably "Ah yes have got a new foreman, and he put it HUSTONVILLE, KY. contemptuously; "this here's erago annual consumption of live pounds attendant named AHirmative. Glasgow Times. under the head of 'Agricultural Notes, AnnooDt for every person in the country. But as be ...... i.nm Bnn'ivich." Puck. a .u .,ii m thf l.H.neB anil ready to ii. any Wlfl'Eol Tot LOSTorFAIlJiiuHind. Xffcetaj as 'Hints on the Care of Sheep." " enirtt and NEKVOUS DSBllltf of our popu-- 1 not more than thine iu the Undertaking lino. We have a full W.skntsiof Bod v and and Kobet larErTersorZxeeiiesinOldorYaurir. ttock of Caet and Caskets of kind iation use tobacco, it follows that those Tho road to happiness mid the road to Thnrti nro 1.i C(C i.r.uit'irki.Q tti HiiaAtin. nrduure.Uirrtniinn Kjxxr ncarct w niwu i ucanv 11. but. Isbl. aiklioauratlt tnlwti, H.wl.nltr. sal In live minutes a woman can clean up .. ..W iln musiime. , on nil nvinu'. '?,1 Mm. misery follow the samo course. The difv in ..V . .... ...w. etra.f tkan(iK, I'aimTiLorKD okuisu lt. run of boot. '', fhov ISMl.l.lr ..fsllUr HOII TKIlTaKaT-lMstry that are not excessively attractive ' a As;. a man's room in such u sy ni..c i. ... ert(.i, per annum. Opinions tlitler as to r vrvia loaain... vrni. sa aisitt ference Is iu the travelers, not in the road politicians. lhey are post OtltCeS tliat u, S00di to any one needing anything in uiir a aa ...in; rraai au.ilusllaaal arts', auiva (MtU4)fr. u,Mrttn,t iu.) . tako him tive weeks to ami out where, whether this article should be designat traveled, 4 tf pay less than f 10 a year. UJnt ERIE MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO. N. V. . eJ a luxury or necessity. she put things. t4) ' We umleistooil that Mnnfnni was a city of such capacity as to be able to fur- -' a "dog" undertaker. One is cor-- . tainly needed immediately, for there now lies near by the remains of a dog, made a corpse by the pistol buli of a Stanford crowd. The dog wasn't mad at all, only ,,.xiitk'ton Col. W. ( ). Bradley and little damrh-nis- h ter, mjbs Cliristine. are at Crab Diehard another. J. J. Wood, of Disputants, and Miss springs for several weeks. M rs. Uelle 15. I.etton. acnarming and cultured lady of Ida Jones, the beautiful daughter of Cyntliianii, who has been visiting Miss Uockcastle's sheiitr, were married at the Kiln Watson for tho past week or ten residence of the bride's parents, near The town organization has been of- Lot on Main Street in Stanford In whith I run lie, n t Mam stree-- , nnd the biKineas hljck kn a. the ()vnif l.iul., tected. V. J'. Freeman has been sworn Court Square, Stanfor.l J II nWSt.EV. in as maiMuil. i '' AMox.Sunford H. Cocks ''"'"Mosis. F.J. Williams, and J. J. White were elected school tins tees for this district. Wcare standing the Clark Cash at our at MtKiuney at E. Thelate hill passed by the Legislature, relative to pauper idiot claims, adds $10 to Insure a Living Colt Commenting M ,nda. May iy, we ill run a reg$540 to this county's expenses. ular He uraiffin and lfltv.r If'l- at th. Iu.ii..- - nf He i well bred and a No t foal getter Money Mr. II. C. (entry owns a pig with le'erJ rwii hi M.inford who deire it Ni.ufy due when mare in parted with cir bred 10 another n lip Ft" ClCU uii hire. I.ien retained on all lolto till money is tive feet and he reports having seen two . If IIKI.MKK A LI.AUS paid DUNN A. TANNER. it colts on Fighting Creek, Knox county, with five legs attached to one and six to I wi-s' FOB SALE! For Salo---Bric- k Residence opp-i- t"'""" """ tc . UOTICE. ICE,-ICJ te i For Sale ior.or.ite limit II J Twenty IStiildiii In die 84 Lots I. Rowland. Farm For Sale. , of KowUnd. OAKS I.snca.ter pike, and running nearly tuDix Re-er-, It is well impruvH. has cuntainint; 112 Acres jr.id cuti-rn.mil the land is in a fine state of ('.dl on or mc at Oilherts Creek, Km S I. WITHERS. offer for sale prnately my Farm Lnounaithe l.l Lew i I.uinforcl place, ne.tr the Stanford and I cul-tiat- ti 1 $H,-Jm- "i ' ..... ,V-N'- - m v -' Hmt-cU- ss , Tu-la- y I'ilicville, tl gritd-uatf- s. John-mun- i, niiuii, -- ln Kciltuclcv ' " - DRIPHSG m s . I 1 Jk lin 1 POSTED. j . t j uilnSSKir'ntar?!; - lte-p.- lull-e- st ." j ' 11 y A. E. GIBBONS, PaPERS, -: MIL Farm For Sal. .1 I j ' PEIITS $ bu , V ,,,.! ,.:. . lllI comiERcmi hotel ji-i- -. HOTEL PROPERTY. -- FOH SALE. s, pho-jplmri- comfort-aldef- or ' ,,e-ha- lf - . one-thir- d l' , hlue-cye- d '"'ri""''.."' Kentucky ContralR.R. ' .,, .. .,, j iin.n-n.ins- , pm-pwt- u bu-i- ue ni blue-eye- d litis-an- . f-i-m South-Houn- i THE MYERS HOUSE j j I 1 . ... - 1 f iii.. .l..,,nU, ,,,,, " ' Pool llilllardlParlors North-Houn- d. 1 - to" Stable e ,," . ' $50 REWARD na . j 11. 1 i . "Xn' .- I 111 - - - 1 ' n .,,,. 11 I Hal-iiuior- o eg '"ffe.''-c'.. -1 --- (. 1 -- 1 ,,,n . ,.! .... r-- ,, ' r,1-""- " 'u. Vv ..'.. -- ,.;.. I ' WimmWmNHiii m tlssssssl tsW., sssTsmk I"- - .m T y I llrst-hor- n , J. T. STTTTOIT FOR MEN ONLY! mm I oue-lift- h , I ....---- to'" ' - r"' 111 iffflliifir i k The two steameis which towed the Tub Winchester Sun publishes the programme arranged by t'io local com- crippled City of Paris into Quoentown mittee for the entertainment of the Ken- Harbor have been awarded $10,000 by tucky Press Association. Tho exercises the English Admiralty Couit. Tt'NB 13, 1S90 ?tanf(5rd, Ivy., Win. Holsoinlmek, a begin a 2.50 i m. on the 23th with a welcome ad Iress by Col Leeland Hatha- at Somerset, and Mrs. Ed Kidii!, the way, to be responded to by President E. pretty young wife of a carpenter, were W. TP. Polk Johnson and at night Col. James arrested nt Somerset for adultery. will Joe Hoedker, lit years old, thought W. HopHr, of the Was SX2S deliver tlie annual address, followed by he could jump the Newport bridge, withso Goods, ClothMr. T. t). Chisholm, of the Franklin out getting hurt, but ho was mistaken. Shoes, Times, with the annual poem. On the His body has not yet been found. Tin: convention to nominate a demo- morning of the 20th there will be an A statue of the late Thomas A. Hencratic candidate for Congress in the Htli excursion over the Kentucky I'liion to dricks will lie unveiled on July 1th in district convened nt Cnrrollton at noon Deattyville, with dinner at Clay City Indianapolis, The work has been two Monday. It was agreed that Hueh and a banquet at night on its return to years in progress and will cost $10,000, Karins, of Carroll county, lie made per- Winchester. Next day there will be an cf il-cim- manent chairman, and lie was accord-ingl- excursion to Boonesboro, with lunch Hns ' priCCS SO lOW contest in Kenton and a danceonthegroiindsandatO.oOthe night, causing great damage and killing 1)LU 060(1 USP WC VG OU chosen. The e. g()0(ts VOIWCy was decided by dividing her 2u votes same night a ball will be given the mem- andinjuiingquitea number of people. W" Wiles IJOU COUU tJlC I'ftlUf look equally between Judpe O'Hara andT. F. bers at the Opera House. The To OUT goods. dollltV (Jo U'llO WUIlt l() 1)1(1 ll( U'Orki 11$ -- Hairy McBride, who was badly pun- - ifi'O Hallam, and then the nominating speechis a most delightful tine and ished in apiue tight with Frank Iji Hue, lUOI'll of tWO. We'll gUCU'CI to es were made, Lt. (ov. Bryan perform- those of the members who had become Monday, died Tuesday O'Hara and Druddy alarmed at what they considered the om- at San Francisco, ing that service lor from his injuries. lai Hue is under arfrom Newport, for Hallam. The first inous silence of the Winchester papers rest. ballot resulted: Berrv 91, O'Hara UX, on the subject can lest their souls in The skeleton of the largest mastodon Dicker-so- n Applegate 10, Grant 15. Gaunt S, neace. Tom Stuait will see that Trey ever discovered was found iccontlv near And. Seven-tee- n hook comes to S, Hallam 14A and McCaind. Woodson and Owensboro shall not wear was 22 feet by midnight all the laurels. There are no bears in Ottawa, Can. The animal more ballots were taken good Do justlong and its teeth weie S inches in with no change from the tirst and an Winchester and no .'lies on her either, even length. adjournment was had till next morning. Mr. Young K. Allison will tind out to Near Centreviile, in Bourbon, Ken- The result of the ballotinu on reassemb- his surprise and delight. ny Houston shot and mortally wounded ling showed no change in the voteand it Houston was passing Evkuy editor, who is not in for a fiolic Dick Mooie. was kept up monotonously till a resoludrop the hindmost with free passes and free lunch accom- through Moore's place after he had told tion was adopted to candidate. All the othercandidates hav- paniments, will agree with Kditor Rich him not to. been The republican Senatoiial caucus to- ing been dropped or withdrawn the 203d ardson, of the Glasgow Times, when he i :i . E. K. Vanominated alballot began with only Berry, Hallam says: "In the name of a hospitality to we sergeant-at-armand Dickerson. Hallam seemed to have ways generous and sometimes abused, lentine, of Nebraska, for to with, before well Press Convention of the Senate, to succeed Col. Canaday, a dead sure thine and came within one we protest against the above to who retires June :50. vote of the nomination, but then stuck being made a burden on tho community goods, flnanai At Dallas, Tex., Frank Giiinn caught fast. Appeals were made to the O'Hara where it is held. The Times dearly loves his wife and Ben Nelson together in a delegates to come to his rescue, but one to meet and greet the craft, but the conMe attacked them witu an axman said lie would rather cut Hallam's ventions of several years ago were of no room chopping Nelson to pieces and terribly throat instead. Thus matters stool till benefit, and the present meetings are the 207th ballot, taken Wednesday after- drifting in the same channel. The most mangled the woman. Sunday evening at the resinoon, when Senator Worth Dickerson, of pleasant ami the most profitable con dence of George Bowman, just across the Grant, forged to the front anil was nomi- vention the Kentucdy Press Association nated by acclamation. The nominee is ever held was the Louisville meeting, river from Jackson, Hiram Miller shot at present State Senator and during the where formality was cast to the winds, Bill Little, son of Jason Uttle, killing John Coraty, an inmate of the Henlast session made some reputation as a where business was attended to in a bus- him almost instantly. In Kansas every member of tho dricks county though not of the mold of iness way and where every member paid in Indiana, statesman, Farmer's Alliance has resolved not to has been granted a pension of $1.'. Vm. the man whose seat he will try to till. his hotel bill and expenses." suppoitany candidate fortlie Legislature He i a uopcles lunatic. man and He is a slim, dyspeptic-lookinTiik Times has a dispatch Irom Washwho favors the election ot .lolui .1. in- The Fnnm-is- ' Alliance of South Da He is, is not striking in appearance. ington which says that the postmaster galls to the l S. Senate. kota has cut loose from both politu a however, said to be verv popular in his .Mrs. ThompGeorge Grazior, who lopd with ,Hrtis n,i ,10oiinat4l a ticket. This district and very solid with the masses. general told a relative of son that the president had fully decided Mrs. Siglar to Blnckleyville, was treated k1voj) t,lu, ,iw,110t.ras 8j10w and they The split in the Kenton county delegatraveling oiiit of m au0 nomitinto a tirket aiul ao in to tion "and the charge that Covington not to reappoint her postmaster of by the neighbors to n 13 years continuous ser-- j tar, with feathei trimmings, and he has t,t.KJt. wants to hog all the persimmons caused Ixmisville; that vice was enough for one person. Mrs. down to other localities. Polish Howard, on of the Cotton the defeat of Hallam and the snowing Thompson has made a capital otficial Twelve mu!c, which hail been in Belt Line train robbers, who secured! under of O'Hara. and but for the fact that she is a woman, the burning NeiUon shaft, near Slutuio-woul- $10,000 from tho Southern Express Co.. be allowed to continue in of-- ! kin, Pa., for 2(5 davs without food or vva- - was captured in Arkansas Wednesday! We are indeed sorry to hear that Col. ednesday, by a posse, w hich is still in pursuit of the H. M. McCarty has declined to prepare lice. A man who can hum around with tor, were taken out alive urn Journalism" the boys and make things solid for Harri- the lire having been subdued. a paper on "Ante-Be- ll other robbers. A Chinaman was imineiscd and reto be read before the Kentucky Press son is the lattei's idea of the proper perA bill to prohibit aliens from acqnir-- . ceived into the Baptist church at Spok ing lauds in the rnited StateH has been Association. His recent articles on the son to appoint to ollice. And We Have ane Falls, the tirst ever so received in reported favorablv in the Houe of Hep- - j last constitutional convention, at which three-stohouse occupied The this countrv. He will give up his laun resentatives. It is estimated that titled he was a reporter, were full of historic interest and no man could tell more Cabell, Basye & Co., oil W. Main street, dry and study for the ministry. Englishmen now own 21,000,000 acres Mrs. Annie liousch, of Lelast, O., and have inoitgages on 100,000,000 ncreH about the way newspapeis were con- Louisville, sold at JS32 per front foot r celebrated her 10:id birthday Monday. besides. ducted before the war than he. Can't Tuesday. It is 25 by 210 feet. The Hotel property, 30 J feet front and 00 She has over 2,000 descendants, many of the old gentleman be induced to change Representative Mills, of Texas has feet deep, sold for $2(1,000. When such whom came to pay their respect?. She ? his mind and give us the paper been appointed a member of the Com property as this dls for such a figure in has living 11 brothers and sisters. mittee on littles, and HcpresentativeTur-3Icii'H,;ilo-ti- ' the tlniving city of Louisville, with The postollice department has ollei-e- d ner, of Texas, a member of the CommitMr. A. Y. Fokii, late Legislative cor- houses on it, does it not sound like the a reward of $1,000 for the arrest and tee on Ways and Means, to fill the varespondent of the Louisville Times, has sheerest nonsense to talk of SI, 000 a foot conviction of the men who robbed the cancies caused by the resignation of Mr been made editor of the "In and About in Middlesboro with no improvements? registered mail pouches when they held Carlisle. Kentucky" and Col. W. M. Hull has The Supreme Com t of California reMn. James Kicu.Kit, of Cynthiana, who up a train in South Dakota on Saturday taken Joseph Altsheler's place as comversed the decision of the lower court was with his son Frank killed in the last. mercial editir, the latter having gone to The steady inarch of civilisation is granting alimony and counsel lees to Europe. We shall miss Col. Hull from Warrenton, Mo., wreck, was a brother of seen in the fact thnt the council of City ' Sarah Althea ill in her suit against ex his old column, but the sorrow of part- Green It. Keller, of the Carlisle Mercury of Mexico has passed an ordinance pro- - Senator Sharon. The alleged contract of ing with him is much assuaged by the and late chief clerk of the Lower House hibiting the male population from ap- marriage, on which she based her claims, knowledge that so capable and capital a of the Legislature. The dead man was largely engaged in the horse business pearing on the streets without panta- was declared by the United Mates Cirjournalist as Mr. Ford has succeeded cuit Court, in lsSi, a forgery and thereand stood very high in race circles. He loons. him. During the election for a colored fore void. leaves a wife and several children. In Texas it never rains but it pours. school trustee at Pembroke, Primus WilThe republicans have nominated WesIk any newspaper has been overlook- son became involved in a quarrel with A special from San Antonio states that a lawyer of a fourth-clas- s ley M. liardin, Falmouth, for Congress in the Oth, after ed by the secretary with reference to Ben Yortbon and his three sons, by tremendous rain storm set in on SaturBY RECENT PURCHASES OUR STOCK OF much effort to secure a lamb for tho transportation to the Winchester meet- whom he was cut. all to pieces with day and continued for 21 hours, extending from San Antonio to within 100 slaughter. They say they are going to ing, it will please confer with him, care knives, receiving fatal wounds. Congressman Wilson, of Kentucky, miles of El Paso and doing great damage of this office, ami it will be supplied with make a big fight and have McKinley and other noted speakers on hand during the passes. Our exchanges will please make has introduced in the House a bill to rt- - to the crops and property in the level, campaign, which will be short, sharp a note of this for the benefit of the sec- peal the internal revenue taxes on bran-- country.and washing away a considera- -' and decisive. As the democratic major- retary, who will not intentionally slight dies distilled from apples, peaches, grape bio portion of the railroad tracks. and other fruit; the act to take ell'ect on The elements were at war in various ity is anywhere over 0,000, the labor of any member. the 1st of September of the present year parts of the country Wednesday and love will be lost. J It seems impossible for a Kentucky Gov. Buckner has commissioned much damage was done. A tent blew Tun mountain labored and brought democratic convention to do otherwise Prof. J. K. Patterson, of the Agricultur- - down upon 2,000 people at Jacksonville, of late The su- fo'th a mouse and the 0th District con- than get in a dead-local and Mechanical College, at Lexington, Fla., and threw them into a panic, but GINGHAM0, OUTING FLANNELS, vention did not do much better. Sena perior court convention at Lexington a delegate from Kentucky to the British only two weie seriously hurt. Five tor Dickerson, of Grant, will rattle was in that fix at last accounts with the .Association for the Advancement badly injured by the of children weie around mighty loosely in the seat vaca- vote standing unchunced after many in DeWitt which meets at Leeds, England, struction of a school-housted by Senator Carlisle. Theodore Hal- ballots, as follows: Robertson, lluj; September:!. county, III , where the storm was most lam is the man that should have been Brent, 111?; Youni:, "."). A company has been organized to severe, nominated and would have been but for Four masked men wrecked a Cotton establish a line of vessels between New S vm G u.vKs, having been defeated for the measlv action of his own county-men- . Orleans and the coast of Africa. It is a Belt Line passenger train byputtinir logs deputy appellate clerk, is seeking re(on tho track near Camden, Ark., Tites-iraivenge by writing poetrv. Tho public private concern, established for private but an appeal has been made to day. Tho engineer was killed and Kx- An epidemic of murder seems to be will be sorry before Sam is through with Congress to subsidize the enterprise by press Messenger Nesbit was fatally shot sweeping the State. No lehs than a doz- it that the democracy didn't give him all out of the public treas by the robbers, who secured about flO,- voting it en men have met death by violence this he wanted. 000 of the Southern Express Co.'s mtn- Is more complete than any time thi3 season. ury. week and the bloody work continues. Two Me.iean cowboys living in ey. No attempt was made to rob the NEWS CONDENSED Human life is very cheap in Kentucky Texas had a singular and fatal duel. passengers. The robbers escaped with a and will be till more of the hemp crop is Lexington apes Louisville by adopt- - They met in tho road, quarreled about a posse in pursuit. made into ropes to strangle the takers o ing standard time. John McMillikin, a young man, cow and endeavored to lasso each other. it. Give us an epidemic of hangings for Daysville, Ky., was almost totally Carrasco lariated his opponent by the went to church nt Forman's Chapel, in awhile and tho other epidemic will play destroyed by lire Suuday. neck, dragged him from the saddle and Fleming county, fcunday night, and durout. Hyde it Beeman'e fine theatre at set oir at full speed. Pascoe was drag- ing services slipped out and cut the ri Brooklyn burned Tuesday night. ged nearlv a mile. His neck was bro dies of seven or eight horses. Then Winch estek has contracted with John Sayres, of Harrodsburp, has ken, mounting another, he gave a Comanche Wheeler & Parks, of Boston, for watera tobacco-hangea race, yell and drove the whole held ahoul f completed in 10 months. secured patent for Owen Bradley, a works to be J, T. Neal murdered Coach Holmes horse trainer, shot and mortally wound-e- him. He was pursued and shot fatally Ab there aie no water works there now Price Jenkins at Lexincton. Jenkins one ball enterinir tho back of his head and but little water, the editors will be at Clay City by crushing his skull with a billet of wood. had a fight with Bradley's biother, Will, and coming out of tho mouth. treated to something more exhilarating Dealer In- The 132 miles of track, 2,300 niules-15- 0 The Pinevillo Messenger pronounces and Owen took it up. In the melee week after next. buildings, 100 pieces of real estate and the dispatch sent out about a dozen Owen drew his pistol und shot two or Thk funds in the Kentucky treasury miners being crushed to death near three times, Jenkins being wounded in various other property belonging to tho having been exhausted by the Legisla- there, a silly fake. Central Passenger Hail way Company and the head and abdomen. Will Turner shot and killed John ture, which drew about $100,000 more El liio Hey has contracted a disease tho Louisville City Railway Comiianv than it ought to have, payment of claims Crook Turner, one of the most notorious of the bronchial tubes which causes what have passed into the hands of other own- have been suspended till after the tax outlaws of the Cumberland mountains. is termed "roaring" and will probably ers, mostly Now York and Philadelphia money begins to como in July 1. people. Tho deal is one of tho largpst f(They were cousins. never be seen on the turf again. A ' Tho French wine crop is estimated surgeon examined him and ad- inancial transactions ever made in LouisGLASSWARE, Gov. McCueaky is favoring his friends at (533,000,000 gallons, valued at over vised his owner to turn him out of train- ville, and tho largest deal ever made in hereabouts with valuable pub. docs., ($200,000,000. The Italian crop is nearly ing. Ho started seven times last year, the Southwest for street railway proper Goods Livwhich are appreciated by the recipients as great and those of Spain, X'ortugal, winning every race, including the ty, tho amount of money changing hands as much as they are abused by tiiu pus-- 1 Germany, the isles of tho Mediterranean Eclipse Stakes, run at Westchester, being in the aggregate a little over ' and the Orient are immense. tal people. which was worth ?23,750 to the winner. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal 5&THJE&Z) saloon-keepe- r WALTON. ALMIGHTY DOLLAR never mighty as it is this season in purchasing Dry ing, Bouts, Hats, Trunks, Carpets, Jfaltiiig, ij'c, from us 4 Courier-Journa- l, PA.CES. ' y ssx i THE PERSON WHO TOILS dollar a,dav pill little WitUUg cr o dollr' for ?y'rls forlluU rmvlj rrlh (did people pio-gram- Jhe with genuine bargains in seasonable goods that are honest and dependable for wear and service. yourself Ihe ice of paying us a visit before spending one of you almighty dollars. when it poehet ;em. "Your JESyss liter . l, (til at and (Utility that their TIME, WORK and PATIENCE s possible Jigu res. the three mottoes giving us the right direction, of success, and iuuj,wiiiiuuo anu exaggeration, ire win venture say Mat are always the first on hand appear the public selected line of a reproach, in every respect; that is say not only the selection of goods the but also in the minutest examination and. tho Ilave ,,.. 4 - lat THE LOUISVILLE STORE onr-housc, " Main. Street. Stanford, M. SALINGER, MANAGER. g j j iX SPRING CLOTHING. j d ! Our Goods are Now All In j ry '''! Hu-fe- AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT any-wav- 1 and Children's Suits, Uglit and Dark Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also larjjc line of Pants. STAGG & McROBERTS. 1 1 1 P k l e, j e n: Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, &c, SEVERANCE & SON. 1 i r. well-know- n d MA1I HAB1JIN &c. ! vet-orinn- ry Groceries, Hardware, s Queensware, Tinware, Firstr Class and Sold at the Lowest ing Prices. All jf' . N,. &". tekfc- lpyilu.iiiWi.tiiyifMiipiji :o havo found you 1 CLOVEn l:ED PIG':.. Hinvrnirn Ki. tlutitreti "linn Nl.it I'lR mi Corn iiml SuHI Pigs miMHl on clover mo It oming very profitable, for jhh)ji1o arc to nppiiviiitu the difference between tlie in .it f iifr ralwd on a diet of coin imil tl - which are fed clover and irnsso. When- tlu- swif aro raised iiixmi n largo swili lor the ork factories it doesn't "bet nu- introduce you to Mr. Falconer, math r mtirli what their diet is. so long a- - tluj guur mpiilly anil incroiiM' in tho liest husbond in tho world," resumed weight. It is quantity unci not quality Isabel, loading Mrs. Pembroke to hor litis that takes. The great farm of th.' west buml. is well that you found my child "Oh. devoted to raising iork for tin- market before Iitdid.' sahliheoldhidy, with a shako are largely to blame for bringing inu'k ii f her smalt lif ad; "for If Iliad found I should liuve been loth to have given iui disfavor. .Many jus.ple won't wit 'iK'ik. tor they think' it is unclcm nnd her up even to the best husltund In the world." resthig Isabel's words with un littlilu to eontatn the serins of stum ( )ue t'Hiiuot wonder that this nrcii smile. ' I mvouHt mjself tho luckiest of men lias gone abroad, wlini Ions madam," be water, with cmi added, tlmt I was so fortunate, then, and dirtv dish icplied are htinMi(l to lxi the diet of tin jHgs. "Ifertlu Imppy meeting would never wlioM tiuie. when not titling thi filthy have been otherwise," snld Isabel, "for l)i (iuikuii1. is hx'iit in wi.llowing in tram of events which nvo led to it all tint and inin serins to have been d(ivelos'd slnco my lu order to raise pigs fu profit it in marriage." lier ees wandered uneasily there was another meeting which necesnrv to feed them food that will iui- aniunii; looking forwnnl to with n mingled she was trove the quHlity of the jmrk as well ns feeling of tender misitleine ami dread-dre- ad In the spring of in tense the quantity. lest her father's stateslionld be worse the j ear the question of raiding more than shu had untlclp.ited. hwiiio on the farm comes up anew, and Major CariitiKlnii rend her heart tntui new methods of treat iiieut of thent should lively, and said, quietly: 'My brother is nut ul home Just nt present, hut wi.l be in, iuso enter into consideration. The farmot raiding jiork 1 think, utter dinner." er that get the name The boll rang ut tho moment, and they of the lhrtt quality never lucks for cus, Major tiled out the large ready to py gsid prices Carnngtontowith Mrs Pembroke upon lit tomer who aro lor it. There are those who are willing Mum. nnd the rest in their proper order lo ji.iv fancy prices for a high gn.de The old lady's bright eyes sought herleng In this ageof deception mid fraud lost gritniU-hlls face continually through cty consumers aro never certain of what tho nieul, and she seemed to be living " tliey are eating, unless they buy dircrt the sist us she listened to her voice, and from Mime farmer. .Many prefer to buy notleisl with quick eyes every motion and gesture, many of which reminded her of their eggs, butter, milk, vegetables, her beloved daughter "Yes, like, vr fruits ami meat direct I mm the l,ke Alicia." sho mummied, us they refor than they know they r get- turned to tho drawing-room- . ting n genuine article. Fanner living lsnbol and her husband were in the libra ( to large cities can Hud iiathlug rv Mini Mujor Carrluglnn was showing hi ne.re profitable tliati establishing n..'iu-fi- Imoks, a subject upon which he was enthu mining nothing but the brat, awl then klusilo, whrn u sound of a footstep at the uargmg fair prices for nil ot their pro- Imir cvusisi them to look up It was a slow, uncertain step, and it paused uX)ii the ducts. thresliold. It is only recently tlmt n c huttgv and Isuticl was stMiidlug br a window in the rfg rniaing have generally lieen fall light, mid the cvett of tho jterson standleforin in )(fwn by rity jwople. Tliej m- t- bgin-t"ti- ing there were ilxed mildly usm her. I: to understand now tlmt Nne of tlie hum mh old mail, though Uwro were few r.ti-- d tk i from rlovrr. grains and wrinkles In Ins jmle luce, but his hair '(i ! snowy white, and hLs hluu ees had n dun, 'Hm ordinary mill c l nu in look, glance Hint ha- wnireded b a diet of there wrif lost which told at a behind theli fwrullies . grae hiuI grains, Oi.taa- vacantly mild glances. vailed Ik. I pig pr"Mlu'' sujicnor polk, .mil th "Clu'ster," said Major ('Hrringloo, laydanger f sicklier. There wa'.ld ing down the book of whli h he hiol n i in le lews iiM.itahtv among tbeMviiH if llwy i talking, and going at oncu to hU lirother't wrf gWen th' range of field, and al side; Isabel advanced, her fiu'o m1u uud her U. It butiils nervously clasKd before her. " ou sround hi clean .wisl to know told jouyciwr daughter was coining wilt not Hlv.'ty iwy to imlow largo p.i to ttay. She Is here, and kings to know and t'ir-for wim but Mime ml 'Vhteni of. leve von." .ling hIhiuUI b adopted The should "Dour father," said Isaliel, coming close i. ive green food in -- niumei . and root, to him and looking up ut him with u i ...i r lmy aud tUg in wint.-- i tun so glad to have glance. "'rii is prolNibly Uhj che.ipi"! mtiHi found you " sld. f I'theiu. but the Kirk of MK'h iegs In "My daughter!" he"How slowlv, nnd with I havo itiwaxs fat. and lacking in the tlnv.i tlmt a bewildered look.n wife! I should there Is a a wltlMint think alwHys .lmracteilaes the clover lsl hog. daughter Ihhi- ijionld also mistake." there is no mistake," Mie cried, for pig The jH'ii and "No. no, the Mima fattier, is.i.- - (or the tMiixidenitioii Irom has eucorb ; "deardun you1 am your daughter filth of Mich places owner nnd Alicia's; remember Alicia, t luiuliT'iilo in breeding divoiiMs during your wife, und can notion love mo for her the hot weather, ami also in tainting the sjkcl" "Alicia I" He put his hand to his head In u meat. They should always have u decent Alicia, and pen or house, and lenty of fr-- h. cliu dazed way. " do unot lemember yet the name has homelike sound, did you iig suy that you weie Alicia!" water miir them. 'Hiomj who will newitably it. the bet approved w "No, father, I urn Isabel, and Allcin' t:tid profit in them, and will llnd that ii: daughter und our; if you can nut rememthe rourso of time, as Uli rork ber her, won t you love mo for my own well known, the demand will exceed the sake!" Why, yes," ho answered, slowlv, talcing mipply. S. W. ('liuintMira in American the hand which she extended to him, und ( oltnator. looking lu her cjes with a troubled cxpres-- ' stOn. "It is ad very strange," ho said at lust; "you seem like someone I havekuowti, bui I can not tell who." und ho jusmhI hi" hand over his forehead again, us if to brush away the vail of forget fulness which was hiding tho past from him. iu the "Better Shop to Mansion. present," drop the past and win him a low suggested tho Major in 1 - nt lust," as tho hnppy tears roso to hertyes. The old lady held her oft at arms' length, ind looked ut her through a mist of tears. 'You nro inoro Carrington than she snld at last, hrokonly, "but mm see my Alum's beautiful hair and her lovely eyes." hope, denr grandmamma, you "And may llnd Alicia's heart ulo," said Isabel, (Kilting tho wrinkled httlo face lovingly. "Yes, yes, my child's own loving wuys," murmured the old lady, moro to herself than toothers. l'cni-Dmlto,- " 1 he,-tir- dis-mi- -- , 1 daughter, sir, if you wish tno to," looking' ' to hor fnther for his npprovnl. Ho nodded kindly, and she prattled on, her sweet voice cvidontly acting on tho clouded mind like music, for he listened Intently while sho told him how Tom had shown her the big green parrot who had spoken her nnme, nnd told her solomnly that Polly wanted a cracker, and how tho mocking-birhurt Ming thu sumo song which Linnet sang at home. Isabel had conquered her emotion, and turning viewed tho scene with n renewed hope that thu little child might be tho agency through whioh her fathers mind might And light, for sho could not give up the Idea that iu some way there was to bo a rift m tho dark cloud which obscured it, "Come, Alicia, let us go und see tho rabbits," he said to tho child, mildly, as ho put her from Ins knee nnd roso to h.s feet. "Hut. sir, my nainols Umcie," she snld, as ho took her hand. "Yes, yes. (i ratio Alicia: it has n sweet sound, hasn't it. littlo dn'.ghtert" and the grent und smnll child pussiil oat together, she looking up ulhlin with mute. wondering eves, ho looking down at her with a tender, protective air, w ilhout n thought or look for the real daughter. wno looked after hlui with a heart almost bursting with grief and d Mrs. Pembroke was nt the door to meet her, nnd she seemed moro lovable and win- ning even than beforo in her own homo. The house, though not so large ns that of' the Carringtons, was still ample, and the servants were fewer, being chiefly old retainers who refused to leave their mistress aftortho. fortunes of war had mede theml free. "This picture of Alicia was taken just after her marriage, " said Mrs. Pembroke. it was a beautiful oil picture of the fair young mother, tnken In her whito wedding dress, the misty folds of tho bridal vail fall- ing nbout her with lovely effect. "How sweet, how fair," said Isabel, looking at it with tonderness. How he loved the memory of this beautiful mother, whose bfe hud ended so soon. "The beauty of her face was only equalled i by the loveliness of hr character," replied Mrs. Pembroke, "none could know nor without loving her; but now, my dear, I must know ull about yourself; to bo suro Major Carrington has given me an outline of your history, but I want to know your irner life, your heart, dear child." They we're sitting in a loveiy little bouI j able, not only to make our living, but to pay our servants, who, I must confoss, wore moro willing and cfllciont workers utulor the new order of things. Hut, my dear child, you must be faint with hunger after my long story," and sho hastily roso nnu rang the bell for lunch. "Indeed, grandmamma, 1 hud not thought of any thing so prosaic us outing, in my interest," she replied, earnestly. "I havo foolishly thought I Inul thu burden of the sorrow of our separation, but in the light of your suffering my troubles seem HOGS IN THE SOUTH. niiciip I'ihhI, on AVblrli 'I lie Thrive Ad "swnff mlriilily, In Aliiiinlmit. Slowly but biirely tho south is comim; to the front us n hog country. Our very small." "A very human fancy, my dear," smiled Mrs Pembroke; "It Is natural for every one to think his own burden tho heaviest." TO UK lONTl.Ml'.ll. NOTES ABODTLI VESTOCK SEASONABLE INFORMATION ON RIOUS SUBJECTS. Tin- VA- . - nflectioii. "How did he receive you, dearlol" said tho little grandmother, coming in as the pair wont out ul tho hull door. The group i (flU ' K- -Vi -- i 4 NV-A- rr - i dining-room- nr-tnl- s. doir, one which Alicia had loved in hor girlhood; Mrs Pembroko sat In a rocker, and Isabel, on a low, wido foot-stoat her feet, leaned u gainst hor in confidential fashion ns she to'.d her of heronrly trials, as a child, in her uunt's home, at Mine. Arnot's, and of her suiiden marriage, and the visit to the lonely grave of Alicia, who looked down smilingly upon thorn in her bridal array. "And these dear hands have been pricked with needles, and forced to menial labors. Ah the s;ul shamo of It," said the old lady, taking Isabel's hands and caressing them fondly. "But, indeed, grandmamma, the needles did not prick my hands nearly so bad as tho unkind tongues did my heart," said Isabel. "Hut you have no unkind tongues in your home now," and the old ladv looked at her inquiringly. "This huband of yours, has he no faults I" 'If he has he is very successful in hiding them," replied Isabel ; "ho is all kindness and tenderness toward me." nnd then sho chartold of IiOttieund her gent e, dove-lik- e wldo-nrmed ol Iih-- u r far-awa- y Is-ci- i 11. il-i- - ls-e- rt 1 s t 1 1 ISABEL; From Cy Mrs. F. M. Howard. Cttpynghtf J, CMAl'TEIt i "Yes, the past." feebly echoed Chester Tho Rorauntlo Story of n Dreaa Carnngton; "they talk of a past, but I do Makor8 RIho iu Life. uol know what It is, und so we will drop to-da-y voice alone. You say you are that and live my daughter," and he looked again in her eyes with that strange, troubled look. "Who, then, is this!" und ho lookud inquiringly at Mr. Falconer. "This Is mv l4. the kir'rs, Orucic tripped lightly pressed in u rtainty Milk ot cerulean blue, her floating hair fa? tcned buck with u Mvet ii.iKger, Ibidiel fu.lovxoilher, iiressetl Rlmply uni eirciinUy in u plain blink ntlk. a tlchu of ireumy real luce about her neck, in tho t.eccy folds of which shone, the dluraond uekt't, her only ornament, nnd Mr Fab i per, (pole tested from his bath, cheer-luiibrought up the rear I'aiolinn met them ul the footof the stairs, i.i.d ushered lliem into it spacious drawing-rcmciegantly faniishetl; u Utile, old Indy y .t down smile. This look hud no power to move the clouded mind to any cfTortof remembrance, uud he took the offered bund in the matter-of-faway In which ho greeted all ct husband, father," and Mr Falconer advuueed and took the soft white hand in his. "Will you accept n son also, fathcrl" he said, with his frank, manly i HI icIJ nifim i J I strangers. "A daughter und u son, both In one hour." ho said, shuking his head in erploxity, "It's a strange world, a vtry strange worldt'' Isabel turned away to ludo her tears; it was u bitter disapixilntmeni; although she hud told herself so many times how it must inevitably be, yet she had, iu spite of ull. cherished a hope that It might bo better than sho feared. 'Then who is this! ' he suid, gently, us Oracie came springing in to her fathers side, her eves aglow with interest in uu aviary which Tom, u little colored boy, who had licen detailed to entertain her, had been showing her. She stood by his sido In blushing confusion, us tno stranger's eyes were bent upon her in mingled surmise and in quiry. "This is my little duugnter." said Mr. Ful- coner, drawing herto him tenderly. "Will you not go und give tho gentleman your bund, my dear I ' he continued, kindly. Kho looked at the strange fuce steadily. but something in tho kind eyes, so vague and yet so inquiring, struck her childish fancy, and sho lelt her father s sMe read- lly, and held out her little huud to him iu childish trust. He took it in his und looked at her wistfully "I never had a bfffe daugh ter," ho said, pitiruliy. looking over at Isabel as sho stood with her head turned awuy. It was evidently difficult for him to grasp the Idea of a grown up daughter with a family, und if in his darkened mind he had formed an idea of what the daughter which Major Currington had told him of would be like, It wns that sho would be a Httlo child like Oracle. Ho 'looked at her tenderly, and sitting down he took her on his kneo and kissed her. Major Carrington looked at him in surprise, for since his injury ho had never noticed a child, nnd his affectionate nature had seemed to be buried in tho ginve of the past. Oracle was a very uflectlonute child, and us she saw tho sad, puzzled expression on the face of her new ucquulntance, she reached her little urm around his neck, iuylng sweetly: "1 will be your little i ' ' "my miiMSn hraniima ' on a sofa, her bmr, whteh win udow'v white, was nrranRed in little cur'y puCa on each tide of her white temples ; her cyet were a deep brown, and her small mouth had a peculiarly sweet expressioc Sbo, too, was dressed lu a heavy black silk, cut low at tho throat, uud filled in with fold on fold of whitest, ileecifest lace, and on her breast glittered n dluraond locket, the ez fact counterpart of that worn by Isabel Bho arose eagerly as Isabel cutered Oracle hiding shyly In the shadow of her dress, and took a step forward, her small, white hands extended. "Cousin Isabel, this is Mrs. Pembroke." was tilting "MV lurniiTRH!" nr saiii. In the )rlor hnd been In a quiver of curious rxiHVtawy since they had seen the tall form enter the library. A burst of tears was the answer, ns Isabel laid her head on tho loving littlo nhoul-do- r and burst Into tears, sobbing out her grief. "Oh. grandmamma, be did not own me at all. ar.rt 1 have longed for him so'" The small, jeweled hand moved caressingly over the hair, the smiiic motion which hsul comfortod ihe beautiful young mother m tho years past, and the sweet, tremulous said, tenderly: "Then, my dearest, wo must love you the more to compensate for his lack of recognition. How ho would dote en you if he were only hiiiiMdf. for he has s'.Kh u loving hoart, my oor Chester:" and she s.ghed deeply. d "I assure you, my dear niece, I am and gratltled nt tho result of tho meeting,' said Major Currington, encouragingly. "I think tho Intorost he has taken in the child Is really remark able. Ills u marked departure from his ordinary demeanor, und if there is any hope for him it may como through her." r, bet us hope so, nt least," said Mr. kindly. "Afte all, my dear, it is not surprising that your futher fuilcd to grusp tho idea of tho relationship, when, if he had any Heeling recollections of having a daughter, ho must naturally think of her as a babe or a little child." "Yes, 1 presume so, and 1 will try nnd be patient and brave." She raised her head and wiped away the tears resolutely. "At least 1 will not cloud dear grandmammu's face with my griefs." and she patted the ugi'd check tenderly ; she was such a littlo grandmother, that it seemed us natural to pet and caress her ns if she hud been u child. "Chester did not comprehend Isabel's identity us wo hoped ho might," said the Major, as they went back to the drawing room, Mrs. Pembroke's nrm linked lovingly in Isabel's, "and has taken tho fancy that the little girl Is Alicia." Mrs. Currington saw nt a glanco nnd disappointed her niece hnd been, end with n few vrnrds of kindly tact changed the subject dexterously, nnd proposed ome music. Adelaide and Cnrollne were both fine und a selection of duets and choice music was brought out, and in their artistic rendeiing of some of her special favorites, together with their lively sallies, for they were sparkling und witty conversationalists, she forgot her sorrows, und spent a delightful hour. "I havo one favor to ask, Mr. Falconer," snid Mrs. Pembroke, as hho laid her gloved hand on his urm; her carringe wns at tho door, and the family were on the broad veranda. "To the half of my kingdom, dear madam." he replied, guilautly. 'Itis that you spare Isabel to me nlono for one day," she s.ild, pleadingly. "It is nu old woman's whim, I know, but I want mv Alicia's child ull to myself for one sweet day " She looked in his face, her line eyes moist with feeling. "To be sure, ' ho answered hor, heartily "Who could refuse and sympathetically. such ti natural request!" Such a funny gentleman," suid Oracle, us sue sat by Isabel's side before retiring. Mrs. Currington hud spoken witti isanei oi Mm mutter, nnd Lizetto was to tako charge of tho liMlu girl during their stay, but she "He called me had not yet appeared. Alicia ul' the time, and ho said ho had often dreamed he hud a little girl like me, but he had never found her before." "bet us hone on, dour wffe," snld Mr. Falconer. "If ho can not sco us we wish, the child may bo u great blessing to him ' "I will be jKitienU" She looked up at h.:n Willi sad eyes and a quivering lip. "I can nt least Imagine what a father's lovo might huve been." From that timo tho child was the constant companion of Chester Carrington, and, with Pompey iu tho rear to look after their safety, took long wulks over the visiting the negro cabins and entering into their simple lives with childish zest. Oracie hud never beforo come In closo contact with the race, and they were a source of great curiosity uud pleasure to her, as she listened to their quaint songs and tales. Maum Dinah, tho sccoud cook in tho establishment, always had u choice bit laid aw.iy for "Httlo aiissy," for a child was a greut treat on the pluce, uud every one of them we i e ready und willing ut uny time to do lu-- ti favor, or contribute to her entere sur-pneFal-.tinehow-grieve-d jer-formeplan-tation, r tf.'o tv7 .& i'Kffl n shop-girl- , too; you did well to remember her. I urn glad you can not forget your friends," and the soft littlo hands caressed again the bowed head. "I could not be content to have these riches without trying to do good with thorn ; to make others happy as well as myself," replied Isabel, earnestly. "Quito right, dear." nnd the small head nodded approvingly: "but I can not help feeling that this woman whom you have called aunt has been much to blame, that she did not ndvortise or search for us in some way." "Hut, denr grandmamma, remember, she wns so crushed, so sad. and believing ns she did that my father had been killed, sho had so littie to direct hor in her ctircti; she wns bitterly poor, too, nnd could scarcely have paid fornn advertisement." Isabel protested, eagerly, for sho could not bear to have her second mother blamed. "That is light, child, defend those who have been kind to you," and the kind hand imtlod her shoulder. "And now, grandmnmma. tellmeof yourself," said Isabel; "I long to know of your life, also." "After Alicia loft us we were very lonely, but she was so near we could visit her very often, nnd we were so happy in seeing her happiness that we could not regret her acter "And ehe was IcIiIkiui nt the Agricultural l!icrluiint station fo Ascertain M'lilcli llrevil Muiln Most Meat In it (tit til Time. At the Michigan agricultural station some useful experiments have been made with different breeds of pigs, with a view to' testing which kind laid on the most meat in ti given time. Two barrows of eii"h breed were Miosen. the families being tho Dtiroc. Berkshire and Poland China. The pigs were placed in comfortable leiis with adjoining yards and were fd regularly three times a day, the experiment beginning .Inly 10. 1S61). and ending Jan. ;ll. SHO. Their food was composed of equal nf fiirii mill ruits irroilllil together and mixed with twice itc weight of lino middlings; excepting during the periods to 7, from Aiur. to IS, and from Oct. when they were fed ou fine middlings uloiie. All the pigs fed better on mixed feed. The grain was stirred into cold water and left standing for six hours, or from one feeding till the next, except on a few cold nights when tliere was danger I'd; l.'-'- s .'Mil ill' .11 i farmers nre finding out that the ono fanning is not the liest. They cinnot duiieiid uixm low priced cotton t'i supply their tables with food and imy for thu scores of other necessary things they need. They are finding that sending abroad for bacon not only keepi them poor, but tlmt they can raise n much bet'er quality ot bacon right at hotuu than the merchant can supply them with and at far less cost. They not only iimko sweeter ham uud shoulders, but side meat and lard that are far superior to tin; "brought un article. And then the luxuries of good home made sHiisuges. potiso ami "fat bread" which iilxjiiml at hog killing time, it makes one Miinclc his mouth to think about them. But here are sonic of tho reasons' why the south is peculiarly adapted to hog raising: On: climate is so milft. even m win ter, tlmt l.ogs can run in the fields and woods and itul much to feed upon. Our forests abound in nuts of several kinds, and usually a tine crop of acorns. These help largely. With a good forest range hogs need only In; given ono small feed a crop way of ihiy. u m lu lieu of a forest range a good field of stock peas is letter, and costs but 1 s 1 (fits fretting. In the following table thetesult of the experiment ut killing time is shown: Ihnts-. ltertiMilnIS - I'olainl. 'Ml 110 1.M1 UW TotAl use lu lnys Number ..( ilaysfel.. W HO IM Total fiMlis4iMiiutHt. Weltflil at botfiming of e.,-riirKiit Mi Wei(lil linius.. At ibs of l. per .. to 'II 73i 4W1 13T ran 3W r.s.i II : 4.41 I" l'ip.l rOTiMiiliKit I'Hiud of train. litvsseil Wfishl . 4 07 ."as lltf IH marriuge." "You mean my Grandfather Pembroke nnd yourself!" "Ye, dear; how I wish you could have known him ; one of tho noblest of men," replied Mrs. Pembroke, with n sigh. "It was not long, however, beforo she began to show signs of failing health, and her phy-s- i iaus advised tho trip to the North which resulted so disastrously. It seemed as if my heart would break when I saw her go away so frail, yet so hopeful but ns nursed her from an infant, went with her, 1 knew she would not suffer any lack of care, und tried to think it was for the best, but I have regretted so terribly since that since she must die she could not have stayed und died in her mother's arms." "It Is o natural for the sick to grasp at every straw of possible relief," said Isabel. ' Yes, und Choster would have taken her to the ends of the earth on the shadow of a hope, he was so nearly frantic when ho learned that her disease was a dangerous one; then the war broke out in all its strength, nnd I hud oue letter saying that thev had come to the town where she died, and then that you were born and after that, silence, terrible silence, until it seemed aji if I should die with suspense and dread. 1 was all alone with the exception of tho servants, for your grandfather had joined tho army at tho first alnrm of real war. The next news I heard was when Major Cyring-locame home on a brief furlough, and told mo he hud seen Chester for a few moments, aud that my darling was dead, and that you, her babe, and Chloe were left behind in a Northern town, the name of which ho had forgotten, m the charge of n woman whose name hint entirely escaped him. Oh, It was dreadfui, dear, and you n sj $ftiidsi sn and id tho cosi of feeding, fine middlings were figured at M, per ton and ground corn nnd oats at :17 per ton, which wns hi uvenig- - market price at the time the pigs were being fed. The meat of the different breeds was crwikinl mill tested iiml it was tbn unani mous oninionof those mi'-ethat the meat of the unimals which were milking the greater gains was sweeter and tenderer than that from the others. pros Hilclit. l'er lit of drew-e- d In .vckouing little labor. Nothing make better pork than stock peas, sweet jiotatoes anil goobers, and all of the.se can be cheaply raised in the south. Indeed, they can be made cheaper than in corn states of the northwest, for the reason that when ruluul fnr swim, on liiiri'iwlin ' is tipces sury, the hogs doing that woi'c as their Even cotton seed appetite demands. has proved to bo must excellent pork A Georgia farmer making material. has discovered a process for roasting it. hv which the lint the hitherto fatal obstacle to its ne as hog food i burned oil. the hulls rendered brittle and the kernels greatly improved. He says: "I do not at the present time raise any corn at all. '1 loast and grind cotton seed into meal I ami feed it to everything rai.-it equivalent to any food that is ever fed to animals, (t is letter than oil vueal: its virtue has not been extracted. It will keep for any length of time- will not mold, get musty or turn sour. I can luuko as much pork irom 10U pounds of roasted cotton seed as I can from 100 iHjunds ui corn." This process of treating cotton seed will esidenth tend to enhance its value to the southern fanner, mid for raising hogs. I have found watermelons to be a profitable crop to feed hog. They ate cooling and nutritious, and pay well for 1 e. ib-ei- - hog food. Indeed, the south is specially adapted to Mich a vnriuty of loot! crops for swino that it is stiimgo that more general at tention nas noi long since wen given io the hog. Previous to the war inmost every farmer raised an abundance of bacon. A Contrast. The war left the country in such u denr illustration shows in fine style tho moralized condition generally that few differentiation of species. Chickens have of the old .southern farmers had the heart been bred for different purees mi 11111113' centuries that the various kinds only hog stealing was so common. Times are one another in being chickens. better now, however, and hog stealing is The picture shows v.liat the potiltrj not the menace it once was to this branch raisers have done in breeding for fighting of southern fanning. A good dry shed for them to sleep in is all the shelter they and for meat. On Ihe rightof the illustration is a rep- need. With u grass pasture, Mnch and resentation of "Mouadiiock Boy," a re mum orchards, a field of stock peas, a nowned cock of the black brea.sted red few acres in sweet potatoes, goobers and game breed. It is copied from The Poul-- melons the southern farmer is "solid try World. Monadnock Boy is nil breast for plenty of good, cheap bacon. His and legs, with a whip lash tail. Oue can surplus lalxir can then bo profitably what havoc those terrible legs voted to cotton, com and a garden, and would make in a tioultry yard of light with a few horses, cows, sheep or goats, Brahmas, to which family belongs the and plenty of poultry, if he is not happy he will never be in this world. Dick Naylor in Farm und Fireside. nt 1 ne j About Nest K'kk. can not know how I mourned nnd grieved for you both. Then Chester was wounded, nnd your grandfather was sent home a corpse, though, thank Heaven! not a mutilated one, und my cup of sorrow was full." "Poor, poor little grandmamma 1" said Isabel, caressing the white hands. "After the war was over we had all we could do to accustom ourselves to tho now I "llfT, i'k MT - (1IILD, TOl Ml'ST BE." " - said Caroline, and Isabel stepped forward impulsively, uud took the quaint, appealing little Dguro in her strong young arms with a loviug caress, as she whispered fondly "My darliug grandmother I 1 ura so hupp? order of things and collect our scattered resources. Of course, the estate was badly crippled, though not as badly us many others, but, us our establishment was not largo and my wants were simple, wo got along after a fushlon. I hnd no ambitions iu those days, and cared little whether I sat tainment. iu my darkened home in calico or sackcame for Isa- cloth, or whether 1 ate or drank. Dinah's .Mrs. Pembroke's carriage bel very soon after tho llrst day's visit, aud brother, u stalwart colored man he is dead If she had felt emotion on outeringtnohome now, poor fellow-h- ud faca rare of the Ciirringtons, sho was doubly uffected ulty, and ho took tlie place, and munaced when sho found herself iu the homo which matters so wisely, with tho md of JInJor 1 h.id seen her mother's childhood, und from Carrington's advice, that when at whence sho hud gone out, a beuatlful, Joy- last emerged from my stupor cf sorrow wo ous bride, to her husband's home. were once more ou solid foundation, cud Porcelain nest eggs are, everything considered, the best, but they are also the most costly. Wooden eggs are very good nnd durable, and their cheapness is iu their favor. Addled eggs are objectionable from their liability to break or to be accidentally taken from the neat with good eggs. Nest eggs made of plaster of Paris are cheap, but the iorous MKAT AM WHIT. hen him. A fain ier pvd l"i0 for nature of the plaster causes dirt to short time. and soil them in thus giving as Monadnock Boy in much n? the price of a fine horse for a American Poultry Yard. fowl of n breed of coinjir.mtively little POINTS OF INTEREST. value as egg producers and still less for meat. A skunk farm is certainly something Ou the left of the illustration appears new 111 the live slock biisines. Yet two a hen of the light Iiralimu breed. Thu fnnnersuf Livingston county, N. Y., have light Brahma inn3- lie called the licet gone regularly into the business of raising chicken. The same fowl will rarely be this kind of live stock. They rear the animore than moderately profitable for both mals for the skin and fur, the odor being table flesh and eggs. The Bnihina is tin own in, and have found the industry bird. It wants plenty of room, owing to so profitable that they are adding to their its immense size and weight. Unless it grounds. has thib it will suffer. For that iviison The futuro is surely more hopeful for it is better for the inmltry raiser to bethe breeders und shippers of live stock. gin with small flock of this breed. The hens average nlKiut ninety eggs a They have been diminishing their supply year, and can rear eight chickens apiece. somewhat. At the same time tho shipbecoming heavier. A light Rrahinii cockerell a year old will ments to EuroiHs are is an This will necessaril3 be the case with inoften weigh eleven jHinnds. This crease of iKipulatiou. On our sido of the American breed. ocean, too, population is growing rapidby enough to add perceptibly to the number Suture's Month for Hatching. There is not a breeder that has watched of lieef, jiork and mutton caters annually. the development of his flocks but who Keep finely divided charcoal constant-l3- will say Jluy hatched chicks are tho best on hand for jour jionltry, a good sized as individuals, mid the entire hatch oue box full. It is purifying and helps of greater excellence. their digestion. The facts are that eggs coming from Do not negltct to lay in a good supply old heas that have had a rest b3moult- - of clover hay for your poultry in winter. ing, and those from pullets in the first To feed the dried clover hay, chop it fine, flush nnd vigor of lite, produce us our in piece less than an inch long: then best nnd winning bpeciiuens. steam it, add a little salt, and mix it Left to nature and a life in the woods with bran or other soft food, and feed and jungles, they old or young do not warm. lny till April and May, aud then but a Do not neglect tho plunting of corn ncfctful of eggs. This should teach all Farm lie hatched and reared for fodder for your milk cows. that breeds should stock no longer havo all out doors to 111 April, M113' and early June, when range in as they did when the country nature leproduces herself. new, and the piuture becomes exMy 3'onng breeder, jmii will do well to was Southern com these late broods, killing the males hausted in late summer. of sweet com hatch and the larger varieties when large enough to broil, remembering use. that n mule should lie older than the fe- are well adapted to this the juice Cut corn fodder early, males for prime work in breeding ions; and remember also that it matters not in it has nil dried up. and then cure it bow maii3' earlj hatched chicks you well. have, a coop of Mav hatched cannot be Both fancy ioultry nnd their egg dispensed with. I. &. Felch in Amerihwe had a gieat lxioin this spring. can Poultry Yard. ml-he- ie lH-o- de ls. 11 - 11 11 -- e I n liijcjJxt,,&lU'..Jiiit w. . xAk.,1 -- ife. .,.. ,, mm - , T p 'T T' "S the II111V11I0 Omit. W. V. Unrig writes to the that tho following is u sure remedy against the terrible buffalo gnat: To one ounco of oil of ieiinyroynI ailtl four ounces of lnnl. With a feather apply the mixture to the curs, fare. Hank a,o. WALTON, ami belly of the horse or mule, anil the gnats will at once take their departure, i )ne application will keep the pets away Jl'NE 13, 1S00 for several hours. It .is just .is oll'ectual S'ANFOKD. KV, for horse Hies. 'When I was farmer." siiws Mr. Gang, "every negtv plowman DEMOCRATIC TICKET. catried his bottle of pennyroyal to the V VARNOX rucl tv field along with his plow- t'cr County Judge. THOMAS ' County Attorney, JOSEPH H PANTOX; allow stock to suffer whuuso inexpensive County Cleric, (SEORGE H COOPER: a remedy is at hnml. If gnus attack " Sheriff, J. X MEXEFEE, voiir chickens mid turkeys just put a Jailer, SAMUKL M.OWENS. uttle oil around the doors of your coops Alienor, E. U. KEXK'i; " Sup'tof Common Schools, W r McCLAKY in the evening and your fowls will not be molested." Surveyor, HARRY A E Ss. Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal To llrttn Avruj-- THE BOWSERS. How Mr. B. Cloanecl Houao Duriucr Hi3 Wlfo's Ab3onco. (,U,,,r Times-Democr- SIX FA.CES. ,or- - bus. Manager K"" ing wegot atel- i.iiv- - W'J.4. ' SuVj mother, ' ,w9 111-- , JETST dh me to eotne tint for n day or J wo, and when Mr. bad read It he said: "You onn go Just ns wtdl as not, anil you siskinir Bo-ser u,.. ,,.u in, ...l ,c ami 111 saying nordn't h u rry back on my "But tho cook l.ft yestpnlay, and how will you jrei a Ions?" f urtked. "Oh. you never nintl me. I can sleep Kei-a good sized chunk of rook wilt her" tilvht - and lunch down town. You where your live stock can gt t at it at all times. This is the best way. but at needirt worry nlioiit tue. .lust take the lea.st silt them plentifully one a wouk. baby and go utiil se your mother and A piece of rock salt in tho feed 'roughs stay as long s you wish." "And you you- - " of dairy cows is an excellent thing "I shan't elope or fret drunk.' J. D. II., of Wyoming, say in The "Hut you won't try to make any CONSUMPTION Itural New Yorker: Give me the kind of changes In the houao while I'm gone?' SCROFULA buildings best suited for this climato. u supjHe I'm jcolug BRONCHITIS flock of lii,0 hens, and I will declare a tt "Cluimres", Bo ynand chimneys!" put on new doors EMULSION COUCHS larger dividend at the end of a year's "Well, please don't buy any new business than tho average Orange county furniture or carpet, or move things COLDS CURES Wasting Diseases farmer, with his fifty acrs of laud and around." twenty cows fed on brewers' grains. "Don't y.m woiry aU.ut my buying Wonderful Flesh Producer. At the horse show in Boston was ex- any thing more this spring. Hurry up, jrany hnvo gniiietl ono pound hibited Old Billy, who drew a .trees car now. and I'll telephone for a coupe. I between Brookline and Boston for twen may lock up tho house at noon and go per day by its use. years. At the end of that time, to tho eluMiouso for a couple of duys. SfotVs J'linilsion is not a secret ilio Ktimulat-in- jr finding he 'otiM not bo killed by hard I feel the need of a litt'e rest." Tcnieily. It routiiins Mr. work, the car compauv managers sent nt my properties of the Iiypophos-pliite- s him into honorable retirement, where he eagerlyBoMr caujrht suspected froltig so liltn of that half ami pnro Norwegian Cod concludes tl'at the bosses .f tvot car .some design, and the more thought it of both horses Xivcr Oil, tlio potency are. not 'dtogether mrpil-'aTW over after jreittng owny the more I as bcinp; largely increased. It is used all. Billy i 10 ears old rid h w a convlneorl that there whs something in hy Physicians all over tho world. tho wind. On the morning of the third marvelous muscular developim-iday I telegraphed him tha: I wns coin Breeding i: ami in is a common ca ise ' PALATABLE AS MILK. 'if the deterioration of hogs. The mat- lag home, and when the train got in he Sold bi oil DniflijMs. ing of those- closely akin is as dulcti-- um.i was at tho depot to meet me. Ills face COTT &. DOWNE, Chemists, N.Y. in minimis us is fairly beamed with happiness, and as he it in human beings beckoned to a cttrrhige ho said: Set a hen in a low nest. uiion the "Bore's the keys, as cun'lbe up for ground if possible, in a place removed a couple of hours yeU I suppo-i- it will from the glare of bright light. That is take j on a couple of hours to clean up what tho hens hko best. The sitters the muss have made." should be kept apart from the laws, so I hud n presentiment and It was verb CmCJUO Rt (i- WtWAl3MT g)) O'JISVUlt that they will not he. annoyed by them. fled before got n to the house . (Uatioing Sulphuret of carbon Is claimed to bo at the front windows saw tlmt my laue an infallible reined for ridiinj curtains had a queer, strange look, and rushed in to find that they had been rwsts of lice. Put two prunes of the t.p.uiii? th diemical into an open mouthed buttle washed. They had been taken down. washed with lwr soap, laid out on the LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI and hang it with the cork out by iu the hen huiiso for a week 'l"hn r- - grass to dry. and then ironed like a Pailv, Secures t Traveler, sheet. Any housewife can itna?im the fill the buttle and suspend it iti the snm way again. We have not tried this, but result. They showed sonp stain- - in n THE MOST RAPID ROUTE if smells will drive anvtlnng away it d.xeu places, and hung as limp and lifeEver attempted between the great commercial o.i.'h less us n tail of a kite on a telegraph be effective. cities on the Ohio River and Chico, and hence wire. I wit down on the lloor ami had a the fattest time and most comfortable trains begood cry. and then started out to see what tween all points in the South, or to the W'eit and Northwest. The counterpart of this train on all elce had happened. There was a queer, trunk lines it denominated The Limited Express sM.r sMEN to ell Nnrivry opprtvbive odor in the room, and It did The Miperb rolling stock we employ givct patron lock All col wiuraniea Vnlimiled C'.mlort not take uie long to discover that some l'ernuinent ltla' SayMinon, get Monon and nick to Monon.it oMl ono had vnrnished the furniture--gon- e . nt pr tituhle povittuns lor me rini mrii. you want to save money and have a pleasant taid weeklv I.ilicral in. over the natural oil UtiHh with a coat of l vneti!tNo preiou experience tor tull information, time card,. ttip, folder., iluiements to hrlslles from furniture etc, all on or .iddres ear Outfit frre.v..iiWrite for tcim, Jiving the brush rarni-d- t and left It oould have C. CKLsll.T P. A , w3t., ..u-- i W. K). at every foot. i,iiAil.r..i r. jgc Rochester, N A , hi. Ill IAS. ItVRKrK. O Mention this p.iptr been no one but Bowser. IBs work was OrW I) M. ROllKRTS. Ajt., bunion' g further identified by six spots on the velvet carpet. He had spilled vnrnish and then tried to scrub ' it out with soap, find in Mich InsUinco MT. VERNON, KT. X he hnd run the colors stilllelent to make Uotetjit still maintain a blotch. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE Thuold and Spein? Iti fine reputation. Charges reasonable. After weeping some more I went Into cial attention to the travelins public. RAILROAD. There was the same the sitting-room- . M. P. XEWCOMIt, J'rep., Mt Vernon, Ky, smell her-- , and I soon found by the Kneesout Hauley (the tramp) Say. ,.tt the (Jreat bristles slicking up all over it that Mr. neighbor, gimme a dime, will yerV I Bowser had varnished the want to buy a brindlo elephant with uld- LiiNL.1 Be had Ilk 'wise repainted tho greon spots on hi New Street Hroker A what? SEaTEERFOSD HOTEL ICueo.sout Ilauluy .lest what I said, HISTONVII.LE, K. friend. Tie mentioned uoupof ooiluo, Wlh square meal of beans, ferry ticket an' - Proprietor. QMS- - P. W. GREEN, night's linlgin' to my ulleuLs this morn H..Mngleaied the ab.ne hoteliefitted and f in, an' none of 'm don't seem to work. rnihed, t am prepared to acionimudste the pubLouisville Thought I'd try a ne,w deal. I'uek. lic in stle Rate reasonable l.onJ attached I,ier and Sample" To Nashville, .lust I'linlslimeiit. Memphis, Mother Come In now. Tommy, and Atlanta, put on your cloan clothes. HOUSE, Montgomery, Tommy (playing ball In the baok lot) All righL Sunn's I make a base hit. F.B. RILEY. Proprietor, Little Rock, You, Mother (two hours later) - Kentucky. Mobile and New Orleans. London, Thomas! Come right here, sir. am better I have to Thomas obeys and gets a sound thrashNewport News &Miss.Valley Co. prepared movedevermy new Hoteliandthe public. ft' I to .ccommod.ue than ing which, he bears heroically, remarkfW'1 n and every convenience detiood Livery attached ing at the close: "Served me just right, Only one change to point. n . .,rd. One me a ca... It did." Mother 1'or not obeying mamma? SiJ. lisva iiJ i Tommy Xo. For not making a base EMIGRANTS hit on that chump of a pllchur. Texus l i POINTS, OF INTEPE?T. Coroner. ARCH C ARSON WHAT SCOTT'S -- ty-fiv- e 1 1 j j - i 1 1 "But you sandpapered It!" I "Xo, Used powdered didn't! brick. I don't know how the scratches came there unless tho cat did It." "And these curtains, too!" "What aro you crying about now? I got a colored woman to come and wash them, and I know she put thorn through three tubs and then laid them on tho grass to dry. I pinned and hung 'em up myself." "And they are ruined!" "Knitted jour grandfather. Perhaps I didn't pick all the grass oil of thum, but I'll leave It to any artist in town If they don't hang perfect. Thia is all the rewanl I fret for my hard work!" I ontered the kitchon to find that ho had sandpapered the bottoms of tho In a scratched every hundred directions tnd given the two coats of oil to prevent checking. In trying to dress up the hardwood Hour he hud thinned down some raw oil with kerosene, and the beauty of the finish was eclipsed only by the smell. "You you didn't toirch any thing up stairs!" I gasped. "Why not? I vnrntshod all tho bureaus, lied.stontls and stuuils, cleaned every glass, tunics! our binl around, painted the radiator In the hall a beautiful drah, antl What are you howling about!" "Oh. Mr. Bowsr. how could 'you go and destroy our tliburs hi this way!'. "Destroy! Destroy!" "Tho house might m well have burned down!" "And I wish it had! The last thing you said hen you went away was for me U (fo ahead antl slick up. and now tho first tiling you do Is to find fault-Mr-s. Dowser. e are not mated. Xo man on earth can undersMind your erratic temperament. This Is the last straw- - the very last morning we will settle property tuat'ers!" But next dav came t find Mr. Bowser's composure fully restored, and when he enme homo and found a furniture wagon loaded with bedsteads and bureaus, going oil to bo scraped and redressed, he went In by the alloy gato and spent half an hour in the barn so as not to see any thing. Detroit Kroe Press. a KAiiicAi. iivm;i: 1 flat-Iron- CAKE OF FARM ANJMLS V SILO AN0 ENSILAGE. 1II1 s, tln-dl- sh roll-lng-p- ln -- -- i I 1 I A NEW FAST MAIL , ' 1 lu-- n 1 u.-;iir- tg I "Wanted .tiair-fimn- - jour-ne- v - i I oui-vtll- c, ! C .i. ") ' j j ILo s. mr o queer-lookin- NEWCOMB, HOTEL ) jnnuuur muim SOUTH' & WEST1 ' sewing-machin- e. wing-feather- s. ' $U&M4&AMdG re-- lirst-cla- -.i Ri-o- '3-- " I THE RILBY QMMs) . 1 MJfflM, ,. 1 ji'.l -, ,! mm ARKANSAS& TEXAS.! cetin hornet on the line of this road will recent Special rate.. ySce agenti oe this Compiny for r.te, route or write to Al C. IV A i.MORE G. I'. & T. A., I.tiutsile. Kj PILLIONS SWITCH, Dealer In ' K. - Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps nidhitor, inrtkin? it a dark Boot, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, gueena ware, Tinware, Furniture and - f OLD KY- - PuOUTS, Newport News.V Mis . Ssolld Vestlbi-le- General Line of Crocerios, All kind Valley Co," I'rains to I K. I). ' "Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, New York, Ml point and Southeast Onl) one iui;lit out Irotn Lexington. Corrected Time Card in Fffect fan la, l8jo. STATIONS. Stanford Jac I.exmcton.. " Winchester Accom. Vtsj Daily Daily Sun. Ex. Sun rvxpr. E. 7 am la jr n'n -- ..'la 3 n'n J 6 111 pm 11 40 am J 30 pin -- Pin. lies Crois 'I ie. V.c. of l'rodure taken m exchange for j.'OoJs. Livinguon, Kj Lat SHALE'S WELIi.l itfo Charily IIi;lii Aliroail. In l.lank street, Mrs. Tangle l. on the 'orth side, was afternoon, Henry, this decoratinir it with white and red stripos and I saw some sad cases of poverty his p:ilnt hnd era v. led around Hko so j thoro; ono or two families were almost man" llshwornTs. llaliy at onco wantod ' starving. I wish I could go around there to tit a .string K it ami play Imrso. .Mr. ltowsor had upst't the varnish pail in again, and do something for them. Tangle Why can't you? this room, and although hf had triod Mrs. Ta'ngle You know it's quite Ima great. upot thru' fttct soap ami viator possible. My time is so fully occupied, squaro rciMainetl as a wid tvltno.s-- of his oarLih'.ssiie.s-.- . While I stajod looking' I now that I am president of the Ladles'n Sual-skiheard a step hehirul me, and Mr. 1'oivsur Missionary Society for Supplying CenSaiMiuesto thi' Inhabitants of hltio, and ' 1 j t rMjmm ll . i.fM!Phil!Th -- f5rtb KN.'.W I'D .SfltlMllS! Y Sittings. VOL'. oalled out: riiaiir- - ifauXlaTT K. V. Junction Mt. Sterling "' Morehead - Olive Hill Catletthburg. 7 00 pm'u P 45 pm b 40 pm 7 7 3 I ) pm 1 35 pm a 43 pm y 10 pm 3 pm ; Ahland io 30 pm . Huallnsto.i.... Ve.HuiitiliBtol- Vrr Charleston in I17 I 10 Clifton ' Lvncfabnrs - .... .., 7 .11 .. 10 3 " ' Wihincton. Baltimore ' ciiarioi(cviiic "Philadelphia ' Vew York Ncrf!k 0 9 1 Richmond, Va. OldrointComfort 3 33 l"n i 35 Pm 43 pm J 50 pin 6 aj pm 07 pm 3" -- '" jj am am , 45 ain 50 am pm pm i pm 10 pm 40 pm! $ao I'crWeeV. I oil " Day -- . S" ' Meal Cottage Rent, per week Month Ivu Horses fed. per Week i O" . 3 u.iy . . Sl'OONAMOUl". A L 23. tf . 'Surprise! surprise! I knew I'd surSeaoii open June Uvvitli a (oand Hop on I'riday eve. June ao. Dance called ut S:3phari. prise, you!" Reduced rates for board and collagen till July it. have." I aasivered. "Yi', U A TBS FOR HOD UtOM JILV 1T. "Why, tna.tr.," tral Africa. rito.M Light. tiij: msit.MAN' ovkkskt. things alone!" "Let things alonel This houso noedod slicking tip, ami I'vo nearly hrokon my hack in putting things in tidy shape, "If tho you had only lot and now you complain of it!" I saw tho silver witter pltoher at that moment and uttorwl a howl. "Yes, I kiiou. in a month." ttvtN r '"'"'""ir-- T " "What Is H?" 'That plDh-r!- " It hadn't heen cleaned sand-paper ,v Trains fcavmc Lexington at II 40 a in and 5 30 m daily, except Sunday ci nnect at Viche-i.e- r foriclwnond, Ky and point on the K C. R To euro Blllousnes', Sick Headache, Corutl- liatlou, Malala, Liver ( oinplalnU, tako tho aafo aid rertnln rcmed), SIVCITIl'S Accommodation from OliveHill on C oiru, RvcUmmd, Ky., nod point am, the K. ex daily, Lexington Ty arrive at Stanford 1 8:10, p in 30 he w- - ticket read read i.i N. N lamiled Vetibule Ex from NewVork.I'hiladel ihia, Wtshinstonand all wints Eat, arriven at l m daily '.exinr.oii at 4.47 Richmond, sunford u 57 P m va. and all pointv mail from F W. Va, and all local ktatiunt 2st Hxinmston, Lexington at 12:40 noon daily except Sunday Stanford 11 37 P'n and intermediate ar-iv- e S BILE BEANS Vp tlieNMAI.I-NiioOOllttloncfinstoth- e bottle) ,.,,,. I I'rlcc of Sxalfotxlnr lllii-- TllhV AI!B TIIK MOST COXVEMENT. lor oil per Bottle. wlc 25c. Aea. I' Oj J. F.SMITH & e0.uif rcr-a- r IWWlllUtllttrarcli.'rcoppariUDi. UIS HKA.NS,-' ST. 10 MS. 1 S.I' B MORSE, 0. P. A., Cincinnati, 0. on it!" "ISutyou used "Of eourhe, and you ought to havo seen tho way the dirt peelod olfl Any thing else to Hnd fault with?" "And you you handpapored all tho silver!" I shouted, as I looked Into tho Jining-rootand saw every thing on tho table. "Yes. What have you got your voice way up in 'G' for'" "You've ruined It! See tho scratches?"! "That's It tako on and find faultli No ono over does any thing right but) youl" And what allb tho glass over the mantel?" "It happens to be clean for once. Ii worked at it all of an hour." n hauy I , urc you. my man real sensible thought had! Doctor - And I have him yot particularly cautioned himself not to overexert. I'liogendo Hlaettor. a-- would make any ono Mary llurtha I'liiiincO. Hit Vlcir I shouldn't think 1111 dUy. wealth strengthen Weekly l'er'ha No? No. or..', har'a just the thing to balance Mimwy's my cilo, the only one in my part of the town, and my i.irlgiuul knowledge of it winr all gath .M.vy tin lliiiulleil us !: Kll its t'itt nred from newspaper article!'. In the Uhvii tmi!. fnr tin dtlri tw'iv liuvw veliiiOi f It. II' tint. (Inly Knows Hon- - Tin- Way BXlemled to the lsittom of Hie cellar. 10 KifMvrt t'ses it Urn SmoUer--rfeet ImmW the lloor, and iii to the girder 'Iticrii llee. !i feet. fiulnheil teach They were, wle-1IJii's nro as ea.slly eontrollesl a4 liorM liav making' a silol, I'.'illU lwt ll feet r inontioneil in a previous nt- '. tielo wlmt was iieeiletl. The lxt smoker The iiirtterinl iiw-- il was i)l jutst. with consists of a tin tube with Wllows at- .sun mo n !ietiiliH-- or pine, for a tached. The tulw is tilled with some lry overing. On this was a isivering of material. (otton nigs nr" gmsl- m)tne tarred iper, ami I coeied agiiiu with so ndtn wooil. enreftil to It is iiujvirt.iut that inntciicd pine InmnU. .ind lighted: bieal: joints as in hiiigl(ni(. The lnt-tothe sinikei be well till-.liees soiiietitiies get angrj- - very suddenly. was cementsl with I'ortland is then you need your smoker If it has men?. If pro'ier'y done, the itult is a Ixsui fitrelessly lighted and allowed o cilo a tight as a glass jmi The twnecutiiil jioiutM ir. building a gi.out. th lh'ekieper inuy tlml himself lira hot place. To opm a hive blow a riilo Hie to luive it air tight, and to have In tie into it: do not sutfocate it pruprrly atuviil miuI braced I found ih.iM know yor. that one of my sihs had sprung off just thoin: just eiMiugh enough to admit the nir. ('oimeqiiently are on hiind. injunsl, tak utr the a ton or two of einil.ojc Then nftei n few moiiw-nt- s rtv,fr: if tlnv are much excited blow makitiR n hwsof mom than twice enough smoke under tho covw a wriii us yon to hate juild for doing il prijierly. mokt, The material used for rilling was corn, ntiM it enough to admit th W'lier. y.ii havo taken the er oft" lay seven acres of common lUdil rtt, whi h it with the adhering lwfs In fnmt of tlio I allowed to stand until iu glazing tate, hie so that tlie 1ks5 can .pi into tlm just iu the riglit (siiiditioii to ttit up .in. hivo; now blow smoke ujwti the byes shook, thii acres ut swist tsitu, llrt until they are iti,i't. anil by nnauig the gathering tbe.iirn and ieliig it to the franifsu httle chs,.r together yoit will canning factory iprmlncing .Vi to th- ) ile to lift one out; it is well to luiro acre ;. and three acre of tint corn wiwn Hiuuds yon iu drills ..'i p..r hind, u .tig ? ut cinpix hive ut lintid, ititu whii-4" to huve of phosphHte to the a' re When tills lust cnii hatitf otii- or two frames The wtli was cut the ear c. jn t forming njHicH for handliiig. bn at a Ii us to wlmt is to li done ee:i cut lmtll etuil piece H" I rilleil, so a.. after he lias siiccessftilly opciietl tin hire to liave it thonMtghly nnsiil, 110 tw and handle the lxis. Well, y.m mnt IiniiU Wing put in at thesiu time ft. mi an ai'iitioiutaiice with the htr' pets: the untile piece, t )m tl wan flllesl at you will gradually lisani to tell iliiiot a.s time. jaitti'Kj in twenti live ton 'r da , stxm us you lilt the cover wlwC to cn though thirty tons is nut s hanl day's ditioii of th colimy ii. work. There was a man In tie- - silo ;i!l ofT i.nl triNiding down It is neceftsiiry to l:now wln'tlter the tliH time litMss havH a queen or not: the cxkrt can Tlie nitb-- sh ::ld lie kept ( Utt le higher without seeing the queen. If qiietni-l-ss- than tVt'"iiI"f. and tliat is wher- - lifnl iIh' bees are nervous, wing huxmg of tho trending hould )e mi thai gn If iMittiiiiuly. No eggs in the culls is wlieu it settles til miles shall low the eeiiter. evidence that the colony h an air sjhu im .jne--tt In April the hi vim slKinld 1c ox.i'tiitnsl. Ml tbeo.iter sid.11, which wonld iiijit and if it has dead ltees or tilth on the tin eusilag- -. When tdleil, a covertng of oat stri. littnm iMMiiil it should be cteaned out. mw that the Immm linve hiicv; now is vn.s mt ! about a foot in ileMb. n hrotNl rejtriug time ami much hony Is this wru tightly with phoiks tisdl. The weather will often ke weighte-- with tthoaptuit Nic lllle.1 with t'ae liees m for tlnys. and miles have lonm, 11U mt fifty punwU to the miun Ii Alwnya foot. When rvimweil, the hmtu umk-- s th brooil will i.ri-.Ain't vih :Ik liees nu fair, warm lnys, goml lwsldiug fitr cattle a they are at work: ru- - the v (! mi The mas ftilesl toalnt Hftsn feet li. f.w. for yrm nuv ! liile whii in heiglit. tbtw giving in aisnt t.'itons, U reiVirning fifty poiindii to tin- cubi'- f.Nit, bust e.KS't it. an it hurts. It 'i which am inclined t tiiink a little t " in Xebmk Fartuer. mnn - .mu' inmh. PVrltm r This amtituer I dhal! eti!.r h Itriil.titc it ('(ill. the Imimii. thtm iriving a , . ha been Uukt to let ''ifn ttwt-olity fir which I nhall 511 m 1. "i miii hint without ndv necroum! ! grown m well thia h take him out into tle yanl in well MtintVI that the d in til W.tv , d hI - yon have lvti leading ! imotiiil of t1 ., n ,i.l M'tint him t'tt-rlettioK him of our pns m trouble low price of farm pmlnct. s,i ii s'tl! with oii or walk t heplente. can keep tttorv crtttk- - at a v. Now v 11m If h si.u ils still fix - minute-.lite- r n lower cuftt, aiid lrer thetn inn. !i lx tt.t linn mi miii li the iK'tter. iiiiiiiii'iN My ilo wim 'o. f.s-- ' i' ir. f. v, if Hiiy. slt will d. tlmt. ing thirty-itHof c title, iHiiging ill ' .! ui want to Mart him. ui ttuie bin t t.iiieh him with vuir heel, or anv thu way from cnlve. in rn,v .umI '.i , ut on Apr wis ''nii; to nend him olF wntb a nish. but old stsip. Tiie siwenHI. The a'iiml ii eiisibu ji'ill him gently toon ide with a three titni-- o day. giving a bushel In- - is resti doen not rein. If guide totlmrein. you have mounted him threo rows or teer .tt a fsiliug; sti ton .sthin; get oil a mhiii as ym cn, on uiitbreitliis! twits at noon, and on e ei without any lighting, and give him more mt or rye dimwit night. 'lTvonly gran ftil w fonr joflrtiof aliorte toe.eii am diM'ipltue where he must submit. If Ii whIWs aliont quiet h with you. mitl. There is ituot'ner lot of twetity-ot- , take a few tttriM around the yutl or Itefid, l steers, niini farm shetl. and then t off his back and lend which I hnvu had wiutensl fit another him, r dine him with reiusa mllenwuv ha on him and Iwrn on some grain or good siK-from luaue, and there Thc-w- j have n..t )) itue at a walking He and unthislirl outs ride him June. urv that inn tlo not at first attempt to made the growth tliat the otlwrs have ml ' him trotii his home. Ill itable, his thus giiug a jirtN'tval priHit of the ad iimiimiiy, or any strong attraction, as it v.niUgen of filling mi silage. Th silage j may lend" jnr ton. ton tight in whi-- you may cost less than stf ton of ami 'Ji tons ar- the arlv cu' not lie mater. If such a tight is care- fully tspial to a fully avofded at first it will not take hay. J. V. Cook, of Mane. 111 Aner Cultivator. place after lit- has learned to thoroughly uiMlergiud all your signals and acquire, (,'nrn "nli In Coir Ken I. as soon as he will, tlw impression that he must .diey them. Mxcliaugo. It is not clniiueil that tliaro is inn : uittriiiient in corn coin ground, but ;vs .1 l disteudur of com menl, which is 'I lie SllltulK I'lilit'll lliitsc. to pck in the stoinaclt.it h.ts la Kuglaud tho Suffolk I'lincli is. par excellence, an agrictiltunil liorse. Ho i lieen found the cobs were woith as intich uniformly of a chestnut m .sornd color. wr tnjiuiil as the shelltsl (Mirii. F I 1101 so large a the Shite nr Clydesdale. alnnt) they would not amount to mtnh hut coini.ictly built, round iHnlied. As a distender f corn iiimiI wo woul short legged and rather light Iwn.sl for far miller havo bran Jloitrd's D.urj his weight. The Suffolk is probably the man. ostablisheil of the heavy breeds of POINTS OF INTtREST English diaft horses , but it is not so widely popular as the "shire or Clyde, i It waa thought that and tho foreign demand for lcrses of ket was overioadisl iu the live'., -t mar Chicago hi- year, this breed has lieen much less than for but forthe first fonrmutithaof either of the other,. Still in many part celptsof animals there have IMMthere been largelv of England the Suifolk Punch is consid-erein exr,rss of the superior to the Shnv, Clyde or follows: Inciviwesame riod iu lSs'.i, as iu number of cattle. Percheron for agrictiltunil work, as ho KiU.iHXI: of hogs, I.V'.OO); sheep. m),J(Ml is nimble ami quick, a fast walker and a At the same time 'hat Chicago gained so good keeper. Youatt says the rare ex- largely hogs received, in the number cellence of the Suffolk horse consists iu KansjwCity fell otT 1:1 of her recoip's nf th its niinlilcnc.-- s of action and the honanimal lo.2.t. esty and continuance with which it ex- wiuie In leading westeni cities a million and --"If at a dead pull. Importations erts of this breed into the United States havo a half of hogs were packed in th" tutH f been small and have not attracted much from March to April '.'ll this year. Several volumes of a stud tln-- e llll'i .000 were slaughtered 111 Chiattention. book of the bleed havo been published cago. Kcmembcr, perfect cleanliness is ab within the litr--t dozen years. Rural Now solutely necessarj' in tho rearing of turYorker. keys. Lot them have as wide a range m A .Micro llnrii. thj open nir in drj weather a povuhl- -. Here is a structure of a kind which and plijtit) of insect food. William Crozicr recommends as a Wean lambs when they aro four or barn. It has a high fence and sheds to- live months old and put them on a young ward tho north. This in a cold climato tender pasture. Let them have plenty will protect the animals from blast and of wnter and silt them occasionally. blizzard. A little later, when eggs are plentiful mid the nrico is low. try packing some by tho following method: Dip them int TyK3Pl- - - NipL'Ty'? molted tallne anil then roll them bran. This keeps the air from them and it is said will preserve- them ind.ii lately. La ml s should be castrated ami then-tailSllKKl llYRN. docked when they are !1 weeks old The sheds should face the south. In will remain in The okin of the tail should bo drawn the summer the animals tho outlying sheds at night, but in win-- I back towards tint Wly ami a square, ter they must he sheltered in tho central quick chop given, leaving a stump about building. Into this building thoy can be two inches long. If the weather is driven for shearing. A separate shelter warm, 'he stump should lw covered must be provided for tho ewes near with a mixture of tar, turpentine and lambing time, and the yard shonlti bo in- butter. Where tho lamb's tail is left closed with a fence which dogs cannot long it becomes foul and is apt to breed tuaggrtB and vermin. scale, I 1111 ii I HOW THE BUSY BEE KEEPER PROVES A SHINING HOUR. IM- I.storli, hp "lulu fliie's Si:.i.'rs Hiisil,ii;r for 11 ln-i- nl - li-in- ! sm-ik- tlet , w-- w . I j , - l 1 ? 1 "k H . , n-- t thu-cannir- i;; I 1 thr ie-- h. -- 11 .11 1 --- il. - - .l.-s 1 fo-lvr- I- ! n-- an g r 1 1 ti--- . m.-iti- i renrhit . . r- e. 1 - 1 of-n- jl : " hal ! hori-iiit.- - fl f-- s il s . -- latul'i-year-oli- gl lst u - inurl-imliins- 1 Iw-- st d 1 sdn-e- p 1 -- n-tsi s . ' .'-- . o CHURCH AFFAIRS. Outsutlal, "Isabel," of which we clve Semi-Week' nnotltur installment this Issue, is spoken Interior Journal by J. II. Foster. Hev. T. J. Godbey will preach at of by till who have rend it as a splendid MoKundree next .Sunday morning and 20 runts Ciikki:nh are smree heio at fctorv. If yon haven't rend it we enn .ttfi.DitK. : Ml IKK) npioee anl small nt that, Stankokd, Ky. I !..:...- - t. .... ... I.I t """ tuve Holronibe, thu converted irainminimi iiiiiivin uiiumiiiiK u win-- , published for 2fi cents postage pnid. Mr v wire screens for doors and blur, is rouiltictint; a nvetini; at My stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry are now on exhibition. The uus. Mannger dousofSineemdee. for Kev. Morris IS vans. w, pny Tm. ,STmolt to.NAWJ Hid. Znch Sweeney, Consul to Con- - stock is new, of the latest styles and of the very best quality to be found. IJokn to the wife of John V. Ilmiey their flrt iraine this season this evening MEANS BUSINESS. nt :i o'clock, when they will lock horns .stantinople. hns bjen "ranted leave of Call and see it before yesterday morniiu.', a boy. buying elsewhere. All work WARRANTED to witli the Centre Collejj" nine on .their absence and in on his way homo to visit T.siiiKrii'H (inrden Seeds, fresh and I i atrent for the Whlteley twine grounds at Danville. Our Ikjvs haven't relatives, p inline. give satisfaction or money refunded. Fine watch repairing a specialty. A. It. IVnny. The Firt Presbyterian church, cor- W'atciiks anil jewelry repaired and binder mid mower, the beat in tlieworld. practiced nuv, but they are confident of X I'indrk twine nnd machine oil for sale j Ws ly AM READY FOR BUSINESS. i Ji-ni- f i - k.cwalton, ISIclt-mon- d ' A mas named Hewitt, who had moved ted to the ground. to Junction City from Glntgow a few -- Hev. A. S. Mollett, the former bedays ago, was struck by the yard engine loved pastor of the Presbyterian church nt the Shelby street crossing of the Cin- here, will preach to his old congregation cinnati Southern, at that place, Wednes- morning and evening "i.-cof the 4th Sunday. "j'.'fj day night and seriously injury! nlont There will be no PERSONAL POINTS. service at that church Hkoinkkh II. A. HvA.vg is inakini; the GLr w the chest and head. He waa watching n next Sunday. final survey of the M i. II. A. i:ANsand wife have te piko and passing trnin on the optHite track at Hev. iieo. O. I!arnes will begin n its cost. It is to run from town turned from l.onieville. the time. Ho is not expected to re- meeting at Augutn, Thursday night. Is Receiving His county over the hill to a point beyond .?. H. l.wx went to Wsyne cover. His wife and two daughters are with in itoek. usterduy to tnule Mi-It seems that Mr. W. 11 Miller ia to him. Hro. Hnmes ami family will go I'kiki. Amii.ky, of LmiMster, is Mk.T. J. Foster's Httle advertisement have a clear track for member of the to Scotland in Jul v. Paris Kentuckian. MMtiii Miss Lena Hampton. In this bus bold all his farm maGoods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. Mit. Fiiaxk Hoi t went to Mt. Vornon chinery papci a binder and that will constitutional convention so far as the FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. except democracy is concerned, n decided comjcoterday to join her husband. likely go very soon. Ask him if adver- pliment and n dear acknowledgement Mks. Pit. I II. in.i.KTTKand Mr. Gil' The oats crop in this county is said tising pays. of his strength by the several other to be very badly damaged It Cooper left Sunday for Omaha. by rust. 'TTi, of Uuisville, has Ai.mun IIiiami, the negro accused of worthy aim capable men who would Mil T. C. For Hunt 'lo aires of clover to en here seeing after his property. killing Conductor Cnblcr, has had his have piized the high honor of agisting graze or cut. . A. Middletou, Crab Or- Miss Hki.m: IIknihjumi.v, of Jewell, trial in Uie Jell'orson circuit court put oil" in making the fundamental law of the chard, Ky. As Mr. Miller's an- C It is wMtinp at Mr. tieo. T. MeKoburts. Jr. till Sept. '.'. Judge Fontaine T. Fox is Commonwealth. linmrlit nf P C ( Are headquarters for nouncement, which has been running in , Gwen FoHflYTiu of Mercer, Is counsel for the accused. Miss l.iil s county, 14 ' tllhes at this paper for ecveral C. (Jivens, in MMtinj; her uncle, Mr an average price of . and four vear- c&o. we hud "subject to the action of the democ- Fon Cash. On and after July Img mules nt 100. Georgetown n" tie lountry. limes, will do a strictly cash business and thoru racv, there has been doubt n theminus ... Miis. Bin- Nkmts and Miss Julia George I). enroll shipped two enrPlows Plows Plows ! Huy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel lioiidass ant vWtinu' Mrs. James Dilliuii persons owing us accounts are earnestly ol some ns to his position, the an- - loads of hay to Middlesboro yesterday, requested to settle them nt the earliest nouncement was made before the oon- ,,,,.. 40 in lincahter. making that he has Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no MissMin'nii: lti'i'i.KY returned from her possible date. Coinbest A: Alien, livery- volition was called nnd before the state, ... .. ' executive committee had decided that 711 ' ' .,. . mouitain. He gets from plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Kvery plow warranted , .. men, Hustonville. houl at Iliuin yesterday to spend to ion iorii. nartv nominations must be made. Mr. at home. Cattle nre sternly in Cincinnati at 4J am scent for tin Walter A. Wood cansk your neighbor. Mils. Hknkimit Si'Mtni.NH, of I.elM-- ! twine binder and other iiiHrhines mid Miller has all along told us that .his to Lift for best shippers: other grndts do good work, or no sale. didal y was subject to the will of his run down as low Clum, n. with her tine boys. Hill ami as J; hogs are fairly nm prepared to put them up at short party and it was for the purpose of tak- active nre viHitintiiir Col. T. P. Hill's. . at '! to :!j. Hiuep are dull at .GO TO. I bare all the reimtrs necesxary to ing action in the matter that Chairman Mil. How iti Itii'U, poiiend nireiit for and supply them at the smallest Newlaml has made sevend ellorts to set "i and lambs active at 4 to 7. chu P. P. Nunnelley shipped to Cincinthe Walter A. Wood machines, has cost. Give a c ha nee. I. M. ilrucu. the committee together. The projosi-tio- nati Tuesday 4(1 hojis that averaged hen- scvertil days this week. of Mr. Miller to the committee to Hblibvimu that it will be udvnntngeous Ml- - Hl.LKN UlUMfBit OWSLKV, Of 1.A1I- pounds and for which he paid :j. As, fcchool to the purchaser a wII ourselves, we name a day for the selection of u stand- that is now 'the top figure of the market, who has been KUendinu' "SlOJJIiX GROCERY" bejrin on July 1 to sull .clnsively ard bearer, with the proviso that unlet a loss of J lUHI H UIIIII is aured. in Louisville, jmssed home WeilnowlnT. will is candidate announcd by Mux. Am Ciiim.kk and Miwi Hettie for cfeh. Persons iuduuted to ns will there another Huntress a previous day he be declared the nomiMai tin, of Madison, are visiting their def' com forwnn! and eultlu their ac again for ome aecording to precedent and was not so budlv hurt in the Wanenton , , c 'isms. Mojujuj. A. T. Mobwrlv and C. cimiits. WMtherford & Cook, ilnston- - nee, isfair. vnu paues; vllle, Ky. M disaster as was at lirst reported. Her1 poonainoro. Mn. Jtiiis P. Jo.vite lias rented thonew shouldeis are hurt and the skin cut a bit, NortllcriX MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. & Tmb niihoads will tmgs delegates to : I 'uioff cottnirB and out sue won t unve to he tiot. hs cone to Sieaiis ImlU. Sets, the tate Teachers' Association, which Woodrow, of Cincinnati, and CT. n -- J. Miller Clnrk bought of J. Kerns, His ife returned from nt one his bride, a Louievillo lady, are taking a meets in Frankfort on the of Paris, PJ aged mules, lo hands high, Also a full stock of Landreth's, D. M. Ferry & Co.'s and Crossman's a few days nyo. fare for the round trip. The programme bridal trip through Kentucky in a Jerfor 14o each. W.I). Judv nn.l K. Y.I Mk. ISki nuN 'ijon has rone to Mid- Garden Seeds in papers. . includes Mijfrs from the most sey wagon. It had taken them niiirly a Nelson sold. to A. b. .! mlmm to try to iret hold of someof thi Duckworth tlieir Jncntors in the Mate and a week to reach Paris from Louisville. crop of L'0,000 pounds of tobacco at 10 large sums of money that have been prolUnbtu ineeling is assured. Wm. J. Harahan, division superinm nt there fiom heie. cents nil around. Winchester Democrat'. tendent of the C. v ()., and son of J. T. M11. T. It. W a 1.10s is back at the hM A special tiain of eight palace hoife Mk. Hilcy Wilson, of Somerset, the late gunurnl manager of the cars collided with a freight near Wnrrei IsTinuoii JoriiNAi. he relinquish-e- l father of the young man who was so Harahan, i.n the H. v. N., wan married nt Nashville TuesN., the ton. Mo., on the Wabash road :U an eai-l- y in years ago, to remain during the fearfully mangled on the day to MihS Louisa Smith, of that place. Having secured the services of Mr. K. C. Walton. hour Monday morning, killing eight other day, is here for the purpose of The w etlding was one of the most elabMksshs. J. H. Hmiiiim n and John S. looking into the matter and instituting men and wounding :W others. The ever witnessed in Nahville. The wreck wns Owsley, Jr., ilrove up to Itirhmond yes suit for damages if necessary. He was orate fearful one, the two trains 3WCH. services lasted over nn hour, and after being smashed terday to attend an entertainment given but IS years old and not ttt as the paper almost to stlintur. I am now fully prepared to do thev weie concluded the party left for an Among the killed nre Henry stone,' by Miss Uruti'lit;r l.st nichu stated. Kustern tour on Mr. Hnrnhan's private trainer. Hiirroilslniri .Tumeu .iiiil KrnnL-....... . - ..-- . Tin: youni! people "surprised" Mis It is a matter of surprise that Mr. .jip Mr. Joseph A. Craft and Miss Julia Keller, Cynthiana, 1M Simons and Sam Gertie ti raily and her visitor, MUs Mary M. Mcltoberts, Jr., has been SeNell, Tuesday nitiht at Pr. Cox's home John Tapp were ipiietly married at the home D.ivis, I.'xington, Morris Ureen, Frank- -' duced into accepting, if he has accepted, of the bride's pnrents in lxiuisville Wed-- ' fort, and W. II. Thomas, Cynthiana. In n Somerset street and had a delightful A.N' I) the prohibition nomination for county nesday. The Courier-Journsays Miss the list of wounded appear the names of time till iiiiduidit. judge. The other men have been pray-in- g A. S. Mykiw, Dr. C A. Cox and CharTapp lias been indisposed for some time, P. H. Shaw and Michael Jenkins, white, for such lightning to strike them for Eo-iRAviiisro- colored, of Har- ley, James lturrows. How an Sautley and and yesterday morning she was so ill it and Lewis Thompson killed rodsburg. The horses emi", werelian-- l a long time, but Mr. MeHobertH is was thought best to postpone the cere- others left Tuesday in a special car for a ft o lt nently a clover, unasuining man, in mony. Mr. Craft was unwilling for the Morgan;o.Vpar.ol(l htaion year-ol- Chinn Six All work warranted and promptly done. in the week's llsh in the Cumberland Little Prince, n we have never heard that the wiiose ear horses of the Keller stables as follows: of Harbourville. postponement to be made, however, buzied. He has CouW. S. MiLMcnnnd family passed otlicial bee ha ever urged against his and the wedding took place in the pres-- '1'PV.?a.,V',rkLt'. TP,rIl,K Dflw ' l through to Knoxville Tuesday to make certainly been unduly ence of a few intimate friends. The I irim amj iljmloocraft were badlv injured. was too weak to stand during the cere- The loss on the freight tram included their home for a year or two. We are best judgment. the killing of 141 hogs, and two cars of l!lad to know that the colonel has splenNew Stanford Holler Mill Compa- mony. Miss Tapp has been a great Tin: Kight did prospects for the future. in Louisville society and is a very dressed beef are nls a total loss. ny organised Tuesday by electing Mr. of corn on the train Frank Martin and T. J. Foster president and superinten- accomplished lady. Mr. Craft is a young cars also wrecked nnd their cargoes Tiuwsos, were Thomas Dudderar, of How land, who dent and Dr. J. K. VanArsdale, who lawver of laurel county, but has made scattered so widely that but little of the Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall have been very ill with typhoid fever, bought Col. Welch's interest, as general a handsome fortune in busincNS ventures. grain can be saved. I nrr convalescing, and so is John Hi.Tn-- manager, treasurer nnd Heis picsidentof the Lily Coal Mining Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, NEW ADVEKTISKMENTS jttiHin,who wasjaken with pneumonia invoice of the stock on hand showed Company nnd attorney for the Louisville An Jewelry and Silverware. u short time after hreakinu his Ie. $I,1.V worth, which included the wheat fc Nashville railroad nt Lily. Mr. and Odd Fellows who attended ut () cents a bushel. The old company Mrs. Craft will go in n few days on an Amos, the the celebration at Paris yesterday were linn inid the First National Hank and all extended trin through the Hast, after 9 Messrs. Win. Dauherty. S. S. Myers, A. its creditors in full and eveiything is which they will return to f"?s r.i er nJ Han 'ler f 50 Railroad The T. Nunnelley, Peter Hampton, Peter wound up in good shape. The new where they will make their home, Mr. Harness and Saddle Horses and straub.Jr., J. A. Allen, T. L. Shelton, company will retain the excellent miller, Craft having decided to leave London. dealer in Fancy Roadsters. Prescriptions Care Prompt Attention Waverley Hamilton and M. F. Hlkin. Mr. James Milburn, and proposes to run The Intkiiiok Jouh.v.m. sends heaity conIlurtcc lioucht and oM on a ery tmll i tr .cent. Mit. It. j. Coi inns, editor of the the property to its full capacity. There gratulations and good wishes. Kiltctn rar' ejutmoit .n K- bunne-.given to C I SANUIDl.L. "lanford, Ky. Has., Graphic, after an absence of m money in it and they intend to have One of the most elegant weddings fully Compounded '() years, is visitine the scenes of his it. that has taken place in many months in ing and Repairing Covington was that of last night at the younger days. He tlnds n ureat many THE 5TH EXHIBITION TiiATTuKhT. As stated in our last residence of Mrs. F.leanor Ferguson, on tho- at all hours, day chaiiKUH and improvoinents, but long and Ciairaiil avenue. The bride was her of Watches, Clocks who used to know him say that time the prohibition bosses, after a afternoon, daughter, Miss May F.iiima Ferguson, has wrought but little clianne in his ap- painful parturition, Monday and Jewelry. and night. Mr. Cochran married Miss brought forth the following beautiful and the groom Kev. William Cowan pearance. Jennie Hull'iiian, a daughter of Dr. A. and variegated ticket: For constitution- Barnes, of Lexington. The ceremony al convention, JnmenT. Hackley; judge, was performed by Kev. F. W. linker, recG, Hufl'man and a sister of Mack Watches complete. ly dnn.ignetiA'd in fifteen minutes. J. M. Mclloberts Jr; clerk, W. K. tor of the Trinity church, being assisted of this plnce. B. H DANKS, Jeweler. J S WELLS, Ph. Q. Presc. Oik. TIhiwj Hooch, and jailer, J. M. Sibold. by Kev. Walter linker, in the presence by of a large number of relatives and invited were not the tiist choice of the bosses CITY AND VICINITY. any means, but everybody else suggest- guests. The bride, who is one of the - .i'l if Htl.i j.i' M,t:ei,i'ii S'lAXFORD, Ky. kw (5 lass ware and Jelly Glasses at ed having declined it was they or nothmost beautiful of Covington's young laWarren's. A. A. ing. For three hours or more the "com- dies, wore n charming wedding gown of Q O.Q 9,31(3. shave or hair cut goto mittee" wrestled with the momentous rich white faille, cut en train, and trim- Fon n m m ,7 HUJ ipiestion before them and dually, after iiiuil In Ducliesse laco-s- lie wore dii w Win. King, Depot btreet. hours of labor, night drove them home. inond ornaments and Covington never Vnh a J- Ik you need n good set of buggy har- We suppose the material gave out or witnessed a more pretty bride. She is a ness call on J. H. Foster. nominations would have been made for buinette, her beauty being only excelled BIG PREMIU3I the other ollices. It is not known posi- by her accomplishments. The attendSbvkii.m. good rains have fallen this A Suro Cure for all Diooases In tively whether the men suggested will ants wero Mr. K. M. Duncan, Miss week, making glad the hearts of the fannFori'AMKi. art .ind cau ojue aildrn iMiyiaHBKcfiuabcLv. them, (Jeorgiii Barnes, Miss Bettie Anderson accept the grent honor thrust on er nnd gardener. P. COOK. Secretary but it is more than probable that n prom nnd Mr. Will Ferguson. Immediately from the iso was elicited from them before the after tho ceremony a reception was held. Mi. sl nv.ilt Ky nl Tick long needed pavement ? Some of the The bride and groom left last night for is at last being nominations were made. street to the laid. Marshal John Newland has the more sensible and conservative mem- Lexington, their future home. They Arlslns from Impurities or the Blood, and party spoke strong- wero handsomely remembered by their bers of the contract. from Functional Derangements. graaaaaaa-k.a jy " ly against making nominations, but they friends in tho way of presents. CincinC.T.Sanihikib, noted horse trainer wero greatly in the minority and were nati ICuqiiirer. Both of the young peoA DEAD SHOT OK WORMS, AND A CERTAII and handler, oilers his services to the soon overcome. The ticket is not a ple are here, where manj will also buy and sell horses strong one in any sense nnd will inspire nubile. He PREVENTION OP HOG CHOLERA. friends unite in wishing them a long on a small per cent .See his ad. Railey. For sale bvA. R. IVnny. Druccist. Stanford: V. C. Lp....J...li- General Mer h.iiiui. Tn.n.r.i.,ii.. no enthusiasm. Bro. Montgomery only and happy life. ......., , 1. v fi J(I1C, .ill miciii, t Iw ..iiv..iijr f...n.. rviiiKvilCi r C '..VVh. I' (n W.n..l.in.i t. . tr... iiuki. m .II.J.....1IIU r Cot Ititcrick tJeraiiircs then Utile .a 1. ... I1L..... O... I.n.l. I L !..... M I decided to work got 578 votes nfter a spirited contest, and Iti . huiiiv.i, fw. . i Mn. J. W. Powki.1. has I. I17I9UW, 'II I Tiller, ',. j Otneral Merchandise, i.i.iisuuciiiic I'rjlJSUt. Mil tli'lfUlfc (likeftHl'k, kllCll Ml Mis. Louise Kenningham, of Pari?, llll I'reacliertvll', 'TrabOrhan! V II Cumming. Vilann, UniKCi't. has been discovered ho is by far the best man of his persu-i-siothe silver mine that .MCMnney; 1. iiaxer, (.icnerai jMercnanuise, tusniana. in the county. There is nothing in bequeathed $1,000 to educnto poor girls on his farm near Hustonvillo nnd an excongregation. Dyspepsia, Fevers, Kidney Diseases, to create the least doubt of thu Christian church perienced California!! is on his way to the situation Bilious Colic, Malaria, etc. that the full democratic ticket will be Contributions have raised the fund tofi- bo nt take charge. Mr. Powell is to Tiitt'a IMIIh produce rcipilur habit or if 500. majority, even botly unit good tllffktloii, without and ia to get half the Bilver elected by the usual Mlilrb, uo one can enjoy Kood Iicultk. Hook Kteplna, Short Hand, Telegraphy. Ce IMncville is now lighted by electric HA I 11 V I ho w ill find that there the republicans should also put out a mined. We hope Write for Catalogue and full Information. IV F ity. ticket. in it. are millions warranted. A. It. J'ennv. J. N. .Meaefee. The bent place to buy drug's, patent Tun trustees of .ohen school district, medicines and toilet unities iB at A. It. Penny's. No. have contrflctod with Harry Uvv your school books, ink, tablets, Clmppdl to bnild a 30xS2 nchool-hoitpaper, pencilH and M'hool HiipplieH of all for SHOO. It is to Ik completed by Jukinds from A. It. I'ennv. ly 15. victory. nor (Jthnrnl Green streets, luisvllle, an old and valued land mnrk, has been ran- HOBT. FEINrZEr.. I, to H.G.RUPLEy,- , Qi$N V3 ent-ol- f (Jf-nri- mhmifJMlmA OTKINNEY Need-mor- e. m SPRING AND. SUMMER GOODS. 1 HIGGINS t. 1 ,,;.,..... .11. two-vear-o- js, Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, ! ! ,.,.., iu,iu .11 . 1 va-(..'i- 1 no-tir- 15 111 n h-- - '- -7 A,A.WAEHEN'I Seed Irislt Potatoes, Red in Peas and jht-fectl- y '.'uriFop ' Garden Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks Wliite Onion house-ki'tpinibx-itit.-- .")--jr. distill-guish- . -- I- V. 11 THOS. OAIT03ST, OF CHXOSLGO, ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK ZFIZLnTE al ' ' ty : d. 1 A. R. PENNY. east-boun- d . DRUGS and JEWELRY M AMCFJl DIHr WATCH. Best Watch. book-keepe- r. ' 11 C. T. SANDIDGE, 1 - Pen-bod- y, Ho--if Mfe3fy?Siff.!PBP Hull-ma- n, kt Tvj"r onville Fair W. B. MoEOBERTS, Court-Hous- tlrst-clas- s DR. ELLIOTT'S LIST. Medicated Food, I court-hous- e HORSES. Cattle, Sheep and Hogs d 11 well-kno- wn Tints Pills Sick Headache, Sold Everywhere. Regulate The Bowels. 11 L f ixu-u- li 1 .; '"li'i -. . L ..... V " I 11 BRYANT & STRATTON Business College 0 II C !? VIOYIInlaCa fr tijj V c Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournrl Published Every Tuesday and Friday ence to the man who leit the newspaper will cure llstula. One is corrosive subli mate liniment, to be ued in the first ired bv the treat Hel' Trial 1 11I1 us business to rake hell ami babies: AT of 1 iffl( 19 hiving in an elegant new biiek man- stages of the disease, and the other is ttthe mot. lr Uov t Nutwood Arthur WetUexxoadjotii tx1, and llelraont 15. Fred H011 a gallon m,d ituughter in the jo im sion with all the modern improvement!; Mav apple root liniment. 1st dam ltilk' Kinkead b Contractor ul,, sire w not so paid S2.5Q witl be charged sight 01 the electric livhts of a of May apple root in water, making a or ! Emmctt Logan as a Farmer. Col. !:. Polk Johnson lias the follow tug in the Frankfort Capital with" refer- ATlf the Sporting World the following cure OMXAUMUiU A -- Clin: rort Fistula. We clip from TSoItYI ft pf flfifiQ WiliWi WVUv7. for fistula: "There are two things that Registered a Dob I. nil, Maple Shade Stock Farm. E. P. FAULCONER. Paulooaer, Boyls County, Koxrtuoky. ae K.C. - LOCAL TIME CARD. 7 00 .1 Train leatex Rowland at S3Q p. m m, returning L.&N. Express train .. .. LOCAL TIME CARD. . . US-a1 1 1 m Hail train going Notth " . "1 he above n calculated on standard time lime is about ao minutes fatter Loral Freight South- "The latter train alo tarry pajenger South South. . t. XT xort.i North -- 54 p m 16pm 030am 377am 3.tPn Solar 1, a Candidate lor rt el.- - noil t the Slh District subject to the wil. '521 1 Candidate fur re demon rlnten.le.it ur Common h.honl. Mondax In Augint next jajies b. Mccreary t the llenwc- - h" MISS KATE llOGUB 7s , to the oitn e Blection first ofSu W. H. MILKER Is a Candidate to represent Uncolii couni) in mc Constitutional C n elltion Is the nominee of the Ken '.In an ninv fir Jailer of Casey Count) and ak' 01.r u( port at the August election J. M. BROWN Dr. A. S. PRICE, !;. R. nn M.nn Urui, Sl'RGEON DKNlTsl street cter W B M. Roberts' t. re tanfer.l C. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. within bustling little city, 011 a princely estate of 1,500 acres of excel. ent land; with the tuiest corn cron in the Mate, ami three of the handsomest boys to be found the editor of the Capital littt week found his old colleague and fiiend, r.mmett Logan. He is a picture of contentment, and who would not be with such environments? The new life is pleasant to him: he is never lonely and ,. fi. ,, ii,,.ii,iMtinn tn return to news paper woik durinjr the six months that have passed since he left the editorial itesk. Will he ever come back to it'. He does not know, nor do we. Certainly he has never said that he would not, and everyone knows the adage about the man who has printer's ink upon his lingers. When he laid down his pen journalism sustained a marked loss, and when he returns, quickened and freshened by coming in touch with Mother Karth, he will be better equipped than eer before for good and useful work. Hut he will not come back just now. That famous corn crop is to he garnered, and in the glorious autumn days the partridges that now whistle almost at his door must fall before his steady aim. Our friend will pardon us for thus writing of bis private atl'airs. All over Kentucky hundreds have asked us: "What is Kininett Logan doing, and when is he coining back to newspaper work'.'" es pecially do the newspaper men desiie to hear of him. Very poorly have we answered their questions. any-where, til dam Jim strong decoction. Hoil it until you ob Monroe, full smcr to I) Monrce a , by Hates . sire of Monroe Chief iP. Klttt m.lJtiai 11111 .TiaillljrillU .tTIS tain a thick syrup. Ho not burn it 1 19, t,aily Monroe j 16, Monroe Chief 1 - Jim Kmaudio other tn,t When still boiling add a quarter as list. 14, Hettie J.mes 1 14, j "ire great hor. pose-In- s syrup, stirring it IIIJI.MONT ClIIF.Fis amid beutit), and with Mattie ofII (irsa!i old,io1,,n':. KelUr much lard as you have 1 vS, , ear rate asmmetr) of form Soto t j(i r'tne Thornton t j ijniniiie all the time you are adding the lard. It hi wiy, mctionle ) or kimdc and ni ureal of and the dam t,i harlettou 1 11. I id) t.av t there no rca.ou, koo.1 J1,, Xiema S'u Spread this on bkKKll ie, should i not bnoaii with equal ofnor W'llkiewoiit s B, Wawoni $, is then ready foi use. his the tunltieo. he telephone and others three of the a'xne and sHter illustriou hrither the fistula every morning. At night Kreatillsite andthe season or tiyo at m) stables at record er140 made in In ilsJI, the reinaininac ten W make veeremade in ilav. wash oer with warm water and castile Jlckione), Kj ,at BV A l.MONT on some grease. soap. Then spread $30 the Season, - J hy t diim I. VD. (the dim nf l.ad) MHf When pus begins to oo.e out freely, llrnwn Chief ins aiifof le?i J vVi ad the Ijidy Majolnai f ) Limited to to JtV, damsofAtlamoiit ;milee spreatl on more thickly and let it remain With the tiiul return de mure MamhriMN Chief it I l" CROW Doll , i3 'M hours, then wash oil and grease as bet dam KAN NIK (diim of Onwarddam of Director iij, Ihorndah? a H.tt, lohB V mH-- il of fore. Do not let it remain on longer Ho-- rl 1 Kie l) Hen rankhn, on of llarrac, son of 1'ear than --M hours at a time. It will cure. lien KranVlm's dam hy JahaaoM Ac Dr. est ij4j. aS ii. ik-I- 1 1 C s), . HAN hi. IK bus horse hllth, compactly hmli tr"tij; hnne sure dial ter and trotted ot-- r a hnl tia l U t I all 111 r tl.U 1 and we etpeit Mm to trot t l.xr In III. prtMliuc arelarRi and fmr and likel.ran y . . make a n. Mr n ur good marrs he will this r lion. n in the I ..'t ihr real talue in his pnl that he iepreent hir iivUtidnal mn , whose ancestor 041 both id were both hr y tormers and producer, at horses (tut tauld t t route nd et the money and llatelotk (ooti mares will d IlkewlH 1. i 1 1 1 . I'rin. 'I'- - 4" .,.....-- I nc..r the sret,..t f.nod mare Sjte..h AleaHdirAhdallah K 1. I tie. ll-- !rti I'n .e I imsold. is I,,. t. In ,f rt t.-- 1. $60, Money Duo when IMuro with Kottl. Proven H Louisville young ladies of doubtful age Bx,rac,inTANroRDi kej:tuckv.will be glad to know that under no circumstances can the census enumerators or the government at Washington be inDR. W. B. duced to tell how old they are. This w.t demonstrated several years ai;o in Indiana. A case was on trial at a Tippe Office South side M un trwt, in th e recently vacated by;l)r. L F Huffunn stmford. Ky. canoe court in ls;i in which it became very desirable to learn the exact of the : The young woman who was plaint-illverdict was cettain to turn on this point, I have removed mv office to mx. residence, oppo site female Collc'. where Unlit", fr und at all and the attorneys decided to apply to HbliH KHU. M times. the superintendent of the census, in "OU Washington, for information as to the ' t J J ALLEN age of the prosecuting witness, as given ATWOOD, ALLEN by her father to the census enumerator the previous year bs"0. The commissioner was informed of the circumCity, Tenn. stances under which the information was aketl, and as the case was on trial an imCRESS, W. mediate reply was urgently requested. ESTAT&AGENT, Almost by return mail came an answer, to the eilect that the "census returns, in Barbourville, Ky., so far as they relate to an individua', t n the Has for sale un of fie h ne booming cit of .l.r'. mrville. L rreapondeiiie linn or corporation, are by law made the 7 tf solicited. sole and confidential property of the govGt K.S. ernment, and further, that anv one disJ As WM.AYKKS closing information of a private nature, & (.EVENS. as contained in a census return, would be liable to line and imprisonment, and Attorneys at Law, the request cannot be granted." Tost. - Office on Main xtreet, opnasif I'ortm.in Hou.e, upstairs Nitrous Oxide I. a itten for rumles PENNY, Dentist. young woman writes to the New ill stand a my staMes at M Km iM the York Herald a follows. "Last year be- sra r ol isy tw Horse- un ' t'iree JiL came engaged to a young man by the RElTBISN VERMONT, name of Ned, and while out driving with with auaccident, ily U.ll another young man met ermoiit. the pedigree of d un unl now the lesult of which was that my leg was amnutated at the bin. Ned refused to Ily I' that marry me on this account, alleging that of I)r ind v Logan's W aterloo See has a letord podwree ol o .tindard bred. he had promised to marry n girl with I.ocan W .iterlou 1st dim by I.tM HishbU's old Water!. o Jr two legs and not one. I have repeated- Stonewall Jakscn Keuben oatt bay and a ly oilered to buy a coik leg, but he still fine breeder oser i hand hih, nil purposes and of good hore I. r HI you uo kinn Kiiougn 10 will stand t rejtises. tell me whether I can recover damages $6 to Insure a Mare in Foal. from him for the breach of promise of Waterln, , Jr is a Mail, marriage"" The paper could give the fine mane and , tail, serydarV brown, or foil n lonipaitly fnrmrsl, hands nuh high, fine st)lv and aliu and a An poor girl uo consolation. producer of com1 Ined horse, perlectly kind Will tand at disioviii.iii and a .re foal getter One of the most marvelous features of astronomical photography in the way $8 to Insure a Mare in Foal. that a camera will register the images of Also three ,. d ouiii stars invisible to the human eves. The JACKS ALL WELL BRED, same instrument which shows to the human eye stars of the Hth magnitude, 1 wo yeat old pat, at $0, and rear old at Seaon due when roll i tolled l.it-which in theentire heavens would regis- 5b retained on all colt for the mason iiione) Mares Lept ter about H.OOO.OM stars, shows to "the kt accident on renaM terms, but no IuIhIiii J W. .l K.'S ,j photographic eye" no less than 131,000,- of one hour nncl 000. After an exposure 'I HI. COMIIINKI) SIAt I. I(N, negative of JO minutes a photographic the whole fiimameiit would display to the astonished guze of the beholder a luminous dust of 400,000,000 of Mais. ex- Wii.mal. Ii r e 1011 igv it mv I'.le at htan-- . f r at $1 t'.f ton ur change. A 1 V 2 Horses and 3 Jacks. - I 1 11. WATERLOO, JR., I Cipperhottom, d dam. by Sas Weimar, son of Sir Ar. hy. ton of Imp. Diomed Abtlallah Mnmhrmo Kites rnie horse sialilw The are hordto the toll that he ha produted es of extreme speed, courace and let el htmda.with No harsw la the stamina to stand hard tramiBC Kentucky has biowh into popularits more rapsdly than he has and with the same tla of mares haa If )mi want a horse sHlh earned och notorletj iron clad consthutmn ett. then breed to AMaJIstk e is also n reat dam producer Mamhrino some da J will he a noted prepotent ire 1 njuk'hi, I'cxlinc 115S6. 1 .PM.ADINK 4's io, damh) A jicri. an Mir dam PiK'IIAIION by Amen, an l ,j, the t to lit, j 111 sire of the .lam of , byC M Claj.Jr .'irctf the dan. .f B) llamhletoman 111 . slKll l ; 1 a4 1 SlOO, With Itoturn Prlvlloi-o- . Ilnvclolc MRKli 1 51,11. dam MARV ANN. by AleaaaeVr s Ah.lall..!, il of the damsof Jerome I'ddy iM,, I at i ij.etc soa of llamhletoman ,n a POUI.NKl eal drown, ..I.I . ioriionr.1 heads, fl a sttle, bndwnl He mmhinr. 11 IU...I.n..ii tery proaitsinr y 1 rota hatked b l.dii Alrt...l.tf an) aaouM produce xreat speed an! nmni.. trndaraace lib desceisdaat aic great, both upon the track and in th Mud a I to )'' Mar-Cla- ctm i.ir -- It V R I N C F. P S (Bi Woodford Maml.rino 1 111 1 4 10 Mr of Mas) bred Tetephon to all aoints Prmrcp. Ctenatra ,h-- rt, toe ur r . Mm tally. Mara teenlander a iV bv Pna- - CMB. Ossasi tar taken of Mrk, hsit l ... reps. Princeton 1 lvs . hs Princep., Fari (jh,, Mares bted to my etutk and thci. r, other .loth, the money due Mare ir,d l. lnKr,A, . . . . r.me iwite 1 partee ssllh Iwrfeit the insuran. e dam .Molli (oam I hate a food ira k and hate by I.01 g Island Hlath Hawk ,, re. ord ii ur cuml ihe of so with ret of Print r JiH.ei. , tesof Stm Colburn md J I'. l.raT. boll. s B.thaw with i , and l.recn ords lelow 1 esprriente, who will te pleated to hainll. j perlormer totk for tmi Import ' .' Ilrrk .hire hoc for . dam l. liellfounder .re ot d 11 of HiruMrti aian 10 Snd f..r t ar f xtei .It d p Itrre 11 . lit eai(ull dam .!. .! reti.on.'rit" daml.Ot'TIr the d.ms ol rinkct t ,v, bt I'rinrep. i I .. - 14, bs .ji) llainHeioaiaa jj. . rk -- $80 to Insure red 114 l'"i rfiet, 4 liivory Stablo li.ite added new h HtflJU M) litery butmrt-- , makinie aorte in thi e ti'.n t rrt none and lrcdtn t tbe I spe ialt I it' t .1 r ., . I.. ' Arthur Sims, 3041, Wyandotte, Mjnd.rd I he Harrison Chief, Jr., f .1 I -- 07 im !tIOM flit t. n I it',. J .in. it Pern lirral e A U' 'r tl fr t n mth a tb rt to K) 5526, . C. L. Ha ' I used one of the k CROW -- IV m . 1 R B MOV E D & Bucklen's Arnica Salve Johnson R. REAL . . tiro-icr- AVRES 327 Fifth St., lot yr - Louisville, Ky. -- e e llu M 4$& vJrPFiELD'S Jb-- 3v 'tT1 J5 A SPECIFIC REGULATOR LLE. CHAHBt Of ftVgfiJfffl OK U MENSTRUATION TIVKtN DURING MONTHLY SICKNESS 'Ihc best ulie in the world for .ut. s. ..in and ill nM tore, letter, chap- inarrt that all r nut re,W.lar not I't allowed t rrte soies, ulcers, salt rheum, are broeders Moue) due ped hands, chilblains, corn and all skit, erup . mnrp .old or trausterred A when lions and poMiivel cures piles, or BO pay rcutr lien w the lie oil me. on all olit mini paid for ill held ed. h it guaranteed ui gie perfect satislactior, Det riptK.n an ' Pciiifree -- Harrison Chief, 1. 1'rice 5 cent per bos. or money refunded is a ied sorrel , (land it haads j iachr in bogl t. Kor a!e by A K l'ennv, Stanford, Ky big tail and iiane lit 5 jcars old thi .princ h i b Hamion ChiefVhe hy Clark Chief, th sir of Lad) 1 home j 1. Hi dam l.utc, the dam ol Wins. Merit Hanker 1 aV, The dam of Harmon Chief, Jr, We desire t" vay to our ciUten that for v a son ol W allot. Mamhrtuo he out of a mar for 11 Kiik' New l!"J-,0Ihave been 4liiii; bt Aletander Al dallah, ad (la a, I.) Minevokey, Life l'lll R""-ten'- s he be Hid l.etingtoa, jd dam b Consumption, Ur Kw' S hawhtn Tom Aniici Salee and Kleclrtc Hitter, and hase Kill, he hy Hall Milking. 4th dam by Da) that Mil a. well or that Crotket, $th dam by IlaU.rn, Mh dam l,y Well' ucvr handled universal tatl'iactliMi. We do Crusader e Hot hesitate to guarenlce them surer) lime and H Mr W Wilson of Cynlhiana. Ky , sold a C aland read) to refund the purchase pme if I c.Nuhlned (elding, full hrutner uf hee Jr , for Si.roo, ala a sold two others Harrison hief not follow their use result do at !i,so Mr remedies has e 011 their steal popblanly purely Abe Renaker dd another combined felnmg for . K I'etiD), lrua.git on their merit Sinxj, so y..u tan see the breed of this hsirtc is more 0114M .ifler .an an) liter stallion a they Lrina; Setter pit e- - than ant tlier talliou A Safo Is one whohi. vruuraateed to brio,; Mi plend. o.iii Saddle Malliou, of failure, a returnof factor-- . reult. or ill t.a ou tan On this safe plan your purchase pru a bottle ot Ii bu from our .idteitised ! It Kihj's New Di.cotery for Cosssumptior. KuaranUed to brln' relief ill ever) tae when ued for an) atfetlioa of the throat, 1ubs or che.i, Wi'l make tl e eaoii f at in, u le at Man- such a consumption, inflammation of the lun , I ird bronchitis, athsna. whooprn? coush croup, etc r. en, It is pla..nt and agifttable to the taste, a Living Colt. to Ittly nafeand canalwais be relied apoo Trial R Penny's drufc lore bottlo free at . Mouet due when the colt Is foaled or the mare The name of William was not at first Obstinate no.e bleeding is frequently pjrtcd with a beautiful teal Kagle Iienmar', given to children; it was a name confer- one of the most difficult things to check, good mane ami tail,Is is hands j luck) brown, with hijh, will he , years old this Spring haa never beau handled red upon a man as n reward of merit. aggravated cases have lately oc- - more than two weeks, but he is fall ef gaits and Wfien the ancient Germans fought with several producer ol saddle and cm red at the Hospital of the University the best pro)ntt for a part ol this State. hone the liomans the Germans were armed of Pennsylvania. As a last resort Dr. combined sued l inOn l'lsae, he the Stoaetval! Jack b He teas on, he h) onlv with light weapons, swords spent s, with Denmark Vashinl:toa Denmark, he by Illack II. Hayes Agnew tried ham-fa- t shields, etc., and if a German killed on ist dim b) son et Alexander's Norma of great success. Two large cyliudets a1 dam one the field a well armed Houiau, wearing a bacon were forced well into the nostrils tral Keututk) of the best road mares eter in Ceng Ided helmet, the helmet was set on the and the hemorrhage ceased at once. In thete pedigree t n will ft. ul r til head of the brave Geyuan who had slain i,' these This is a very simple remedy, and one rf.it! it.ea. an talli ' nxt.i will u t tii.ltin. otl e. I . u ret.Urt e rart it its owner, who ever after was known as t r ierlt which should be remembered for cases ur riare w ert Ihr) will are t r C Ctildhelm, or, as we would say, Golden I SVNDIDOl tl of emergency in the country. fer brui, $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt, and w II r aril ab.it elegantly bred hitr. will ... eaeonof liyoal "Maples, ' two attic fm cssiei o Stanford tuxM. where ihey will ' at au) liase read) to erv auras I t Breaking and Training1 Stable. etirt rea. Q-ovor- s AKTHl'K SIMS, Hyf.en Knox, r ord s, and to in t t'.ea tla mi He h ha I .urSitient in ibt bii.int - a t uablr Lite h eitir I if 1" tin. unNlae. . r nAr lua s verv wi !r )nw ry Messenger. llewire.l M.-.nt- Hero in. stain Daughter of Arthur s t dam l.adx Arthur, is by Ronr'asa I hi't, r I a tt Maud i it and many other aesvl o .. He.- - , ul ot I illy Arthur, thoroughbred tnr at .tt, hand, high an t ha. pi. a nue bleeder t ill .land at with i u Knax bx l.n k.,..n.a.n.h term-die- Investment -- )uau druit 1 Eagle Denmark i, , p-- $10 Insure Ha) .talboti, 16 tun It h .1. I alrd Apnl Jth iSle III 11 dam by i.ray Iraale. t It'" y top y Ac hst. r , b. Messenger Ch.et, s.r 01 Maud Nsswiwer 1" . id dam hy dam Jennie Klmo .ol,, d dan. by Maml.riBo Chief, MaiiiliriiioMc.Kneer. 4lh dam by Imp Napoiroa Jib dam ii, I empeti. Ii- dam bt lamal rth rib lm by snede , Mh dam h. Cannon' Whip. v4h dam by Chief w. sired by Shipp's ParaKn dam ly Mainbrlno Meeger XWallah Pilot. M dam by Mamhrino Chief. At llewred Maud . Ma Me.tengsr iol, Vbel j jM Nareel trial in i.ma 1 1 V. , Itobert H . record one , ind other i AbdalUh PiM wa sired bv Alekander. Ilah.i.idam llUndlna ht Mamhrino Chief He sued Pitkard 1 iSW, Red Jim and oihei Ryd)k llasa- Alexander's Abdallah bUt. man, sire of Dexter 1 ttM.ird rld.mitl; iiira ired Maid t 14. Major Kebmll , 19. " KoWt McOtegor n. ue of IVitnie Mcltrcgor a 16K.Ac.Ac b, lander t . St. Klmo, rrj'd Ahdallah, Jam said l be hy Imp Mambniu Chief, the lie f the xetond dam of Meateiiger Chief, j r sirnel the great l.ad) I horn ilS and MambriiMt Palchea, who in lorn tired IWim 1 j,,u and 11 other Wike. and heller Bar and alwi sired the da as of lny OH Wilke it and the dam. 15 otntr. with records .f 1 jo and better at Nirsuble Hewillsuad taceasonof . near Tnrnersville at - $20 by the Insurance. WVAXIhink, Ky Metropotttaa. Jtan. it l.er, it Mengr f.t i. .... 'teof Kytdyk's llamhanoeuan, haeiaK f h ll)tyath by Volat tsr, esxoast diuuLi i . data of Dealei aad Dlctalar. H iHractor s 17, Phalias t ij4 aad J iv . io 1st data taejy w eica by lUsaa W r ot Ptiaca Imperial aatjt --atd Jeaetaia' t' dam aa iabroxl Waracr mar This h ,.r tains 4, per teat, at th old hnre Ryx- - k II . blatoaiaa Vo. la, th faaadar of Ihe great m ii , ting famll) thexrorld ha ear knaw 1, . ihrouh km xauta fraas disTsravt ct nnel t Rydvk' Itsmbletaniaa. ohmrrrr, Vtetn 1. aurl W ilham w l.h I an. ..v. e T A H Kl oa n the bet brrd n; 1 . 1 11 IHEIAVn sDDl KSTAI I.HiN "d Wallace Denmark; goes like a tnutrr He huh tail sl)lr n ' 1 i.le. to the third neaeraiion 1 barked tl. 0u2r.bre.lt on b th IJe. making him ter 1 t and spnghllv m gait , in form sad nnih a p'rli I.) bumpier Denmark model He was Ii) ,ddard lieamark, he by daiae I ro by the lace horH., Iie.i.'iar well' DniHrk. he -111 he I.) Inn liedgefurd dam Mf bx Sir Wallate.he I.) Tiajhuaier Sir Wal. s,r Vlbert, (thoroughbred) id il.m he bx irgintu h Traahy, thi.r ginius dam ot ' 'I l.reiU he ht tlie . Mivin W Hipp mar, dam a isn mS, I'oulril Ma. i" , tli'.kini) At h hand, hixb ra . n n e and t id , - tin and fin. , i .i'i . . atuial and plea. 411! breed, lat.t T and when . quietly dnteii 111 i I At t . .at" I. tri $10 to Iusure a Living Colt. , J r. A B (. l.O EK iSk" u.l e- I 3' lrt .. J3POK TO"WOMAN':uiVVi? ATLANTA GA. txioarAUaMUFasn 3RADFIEIDREGUIAT0RC0. TO MACKINAC PaiAct m& Summer Tours. Stcamc,. Four Trip Helmet. Among the Franks the name v.iK Guildhelme, and with the French, tiuilheaume, afteru.mls Guillame, and with the Latin speaking nntions Guliel-mue Finally the French Guillame Wuillame and soon evoluted into William. St. Louis Republic. s. be-tam- . - -- YAZ0O,11799. R. nri' 1 .Iertr.l A Child Killed. Another child killed b) the use ot opiate ,ut W hy mothers Kite in the form of toothing; strup surpriMnj their children uch deadly poion rel etc the child of its pe. ulur when they can It troubles hy u.lns Dr Acker's Ilab) Sot,ther K contain no opium or morphine sold hi Penny Not if ou i;o through the world, a d)pet.. , l'ablels ate a pomte 1 i, i)r Acker's for the ort form of d)pepM, induction, tl.t ulcncy and conMipalion Ouuraniead and sold ) A K Penny. P flflft uattw Wiassaa-a-iatBasL" - I oalr pn . i". iH. ilV I jn lit I 11 Ii I CTuigw'y.ViiliV's'1 affaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW , rn ur I J "3,. D, .re ol Maud n ore in tlie 1 ,0 li.t. olande dam of uba. le. ord wiUJ t d am Nutwood, 1 II) Mtill TO.II U(WNS()N, D, umark. afiotr tlU. dam I t M ler . Denmark, he I t tbe rate hor.e Deninji. h dam I'lurie , jd dam b) Moutgoinery'slll, tr, dun I t Old Drrniioti, Tom t a tine shaped Ii .r hUtk with heat t mane snd tail, 1 )Vi ban.) and is a natural taddler and has proxen hi 3 v, S. n ol W it 1 ' l.'LL'lLliaKX DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND 800. 7ttoikT. Th UuronM.rausttt, and Forts. Ltk pr Wk Low Ratcb. BstwMa DETROIT AND CLEVELAND Suds, Trifl dutlot Jaix. Jal, Asim ul 4(.l,mt.t Oolf. OU ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS, Zzourtlon TloVsts will b fumlahtd SaU and your by Tioktt Siidi, or ddri lTry Sveiilnc Btwin The bill to cease the coinage of silver and issue certificates at the rate of 5l,(KX),000 per month on that metal at its market value, instead of it coinage value, thus demoneti.ing silver and making a commodity of it, with dignity little above that of iron or lead, hits passed the National House at Washington uiidei the whin of the Speaker. A motion to recommit the hill with instructions look ing to fiee coinage was voted down, not because a majority does not favor free coinage, but because Tom Heed opposes it. However, the Senate is a fiee coinage body if it will but speak its mind. Louisville Times. Is Life Worth Living 1 110 fAILEi favi..7ir D f lm of Portwrn a Dm of llmea. ind . r oung I'urtia, Ii im of Voltaire 1 aoX .11 ire t llo.emer t 1 old record a 17. record la " ..I Childc (Iarola,ta-mil- c 13. ( MlaaUi Cloamof 7t,. Kng-- t)ippi.i WW lllood Klixir, l.r it Ii it Dr Acker hetro fully demonstrated to the poopleol thi . 0111 rythat it i superior to all other preparation- - for It Is a posiuee cure for k)t'hilili. blood dieae poiiomnK, ulcer, eruption and pimples It un tie theHnole st.tem and thoroughly huil.lt up tin conktitution A. It. Penny We Can and Do li90iCS?w (uarantec vnmmm3Em83EL ltvttt) ikt the Suorte WiKi tt 1 !ekS M'lMM-- l re. ord iV- Dam Portia, by ROUIIICK. 4 Dambx Will PP. nf his epaeil; I he above record is no mea.nre wi exprti him to sounder o this I'all, Ol) will make the auoa oa the larm nt W H rnie A Co., Silver Creek, Ky., I mile from Hi. I.moiid on the I ancaster turnpike. t.i ind dainul S'uba 17' lit MAMHRINO Cllllil. sire mil d.im ol Connaught jut sirol vH.' fanty breeder. I he abott .tuck will make tbe xeaxon or - . m) farm S mile from Hustoaxille. near I 41,1 trr's station, and will be permitted to erte 1 b) tl.e intut.in.e. Thora Wallace atSlD; Tom atSIO DENMARK LiEXELL. Son E. B. WHITCOMB, Q P. A., DlTHOiT, Mien., CLEVELAND STEAM NAV. CO. THE DETROIT t JJL'NN In ti'C n.disr and m ul prpuar scien.tlc and ucihtr 11 print pun ihiil anil has lie ari!et 1 t any I itcia in thiw irniiri n mIh.1 Krmrar. ot r my , I'iiHikIuhI ItHKt Tciantend WK(1 siintmen r f. eek mir " hmirni.rthstrUi.il oiir. I'tu-- e 1 1 pi(r A to., I't 111 Ihilt:iis3il Uroadway . J i-i- ARCHITECTS & BUILDERC Numerous eniirarmKi nr es vul c ou 1 e itlrut. t for thH une ..1 1 ii I Iv t'la. year, outhasc'inteiupiaieiiu nlinir I'rlco 111 NN 4 III, l'l lit tail Elti. copy Set Edition of Scientific American. O mcci'is Fach issue rrntains colnrco nij utthi V '' ' "" 'fTard city reslden - rl a llft thousands sulTetlti; from .ultiIs the complaint a r, Dick minor tone, he continued: "Do you re- ma, consumption, ofcoughs, etc. Didtou ever try O'Neil I" ' .. ri'b! Petok) 1n.1l ig, Ma-Solid and! in the Dr Acker'. Kncli.li Kemedy Itu the best prep- coaihea,Trains, hiu'giet cars, smoking cur with aia, Do)tearo'd trial . jo und tite more that member that enchanted hoise Koii. Pullman lloudolr Sleepers through nil luni; trouble bold on u all 'Arabian Nights' that used to v about a aration known for .it ait .in.t 50c by A. K l'enn) nni rbunirff tu Cliaitjii ctji. Ifirmlni'ham. Mrl,l. hji bowhti trialt of j .our better for in last sea pokitive guarantee erlaiuly w.indeitul ik ) ear old tan makinj direct tonnections en loute for Knot- - mjii. win. i mile a minute? Well if 1 were to bet on l.yn. hburand points the liiuileil ountriuniiiexj ny ueo t hnini tallion with till, A.hetille, u at the Husband sire of llarr) Wilke aiH, tuj Wilkes tlat horse he would fall down and let a door." Wife "There's him tramp of those j ijx, Red Wilke (sire or Prince U URtis 1 1431 "Give home record Wifliam I. sire.il Axtrll. is, tow beat him." Ku(iiirer. and it the ml liurse that itands bisiuitsl baked this morning." "No, At Chuttulioogu for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmiug sold fur $iJ l,fOi lilt; It may be of interest to know that the no, wife. Have you forgotten the minis- ton, Charleston, Auicutta, Macon atannuh, at I'lrtt dam l'.li.i lane Idam of Mind reasellKer Sunday about a man asking llrun.wick, Lake Cit), houiastille .mil FLORI- 1 16H hy Oeutle flrcce, sire of Pearl a 30, dain I nglish law formerly prescribed boiling ter's text DA point of Pearl tlrdiumzj; being given a stone?" heconddam Kilty Uiver (dam oP llertle Curl, The onl) line running solid trains with choice where the culprit had committed a foi bread and 1'u mem llotidoir or Palace Sleeping Car to Jackyear oil record t; on slow track by Alexander' t rune extremely revolting in its nature. sonville without change lor an) tut. of pauen. Ahtlallah, sire of Goldsmith Mmd 14. UoMilind She Wns Completely Curod A daughter ol my tiistomer sulfertd from supI UK, Almtiiit.b)Ilclmont, Ac Kr or baggage. The last person to stiller death by boil'I hint dam Ked Jacket (i re ef tin; dam ol Selma mid Montgomery, lluutsville, Dcntur, pressed menstruation and her heulth was Kentuckx Wilkes aiVi and the second danisut in England was House, cook to the t m xugettiun she used one Florence Memphis and Alt KANSAS points. ked ing wre. Shorto.t and .tun ket to Aiuiiaton Sflmj. Mo- - JloSoai7ii, I.ule Wilkes JK. Laura llelle KeKulutor, which dottle of h I'emale bishop of Rochester, who had poisoned cured her. llr.nlticliltlrlluiii. Water alley Mix. made at NKW OK-- I 1 bile Direct connertion C'omhii xire of llrown 1 18 and William J V 14$ without omnibu. transfer for tmltesten, , aoxt Ked Wilke latre of Prince Wilke Write the llradheld Kck Co Atlanta, O.i 'or 17 persons. St. Louis Republic. by Comet, sain ofShcr-iiihI a r Austin, 1 "Yes," said he, reflectively, "I was at the races." And then, with n solemn 11 that peoplu will uc a common, It is surp-ikiordiuar pill when they can lecurca valuable one for the ame money Dr. Acker. Hniilisli Wushlitglon, lla'tunore, i'liil.ideliliia, pill, are a positive cure for kick headache and ail Ouicke.t tune to llarrodnburg, Irankfort, Ky troubles The) are una1'., sweet, eustl) taken liver Shortest and KUhmond, VIKOIVIA and do not gripe. For sale hy A It Pemi) Quickest line to n l'.n-li- in Webstei county 1ms been named in honor of I. M. (.iuner.il Wanamaker. A Duty to Yourself. A post-olllr- e Miking duett 'niie. ti' n m Central P it for I'uioii de W 1 At S40 to Insure. In oldest colts are coming two yeur-olill urase mare at 10 tentx pr da) and will take all iosxible tail', hut are not responsible for a. identx or escape III KNAM A. CO , , d Wallate De mark, a Uandsou.r t and ol 10) tl blood will be uetf pr it. Mock committed t my care and brec in tx erxo,ial attention Uras furm-- i receit mt at reasonable rate to be pjtil lor before rem ta' tor atudenU.r stotk N. Patting with sto k forfeiit iiitiirancr andtiai-teawiidJ si r Kl h CAKI'lN I I K f Hae .1 e- ' ue Michigan I'cinU, Chit igo, St. I. out., llulfalo, Clet eland, Detroit, Indianapolis and the West, Kusl.inil, Canada, Now cv York, Iloslou, is "WATERLOO. hi tf ttiiijf and combined .tallion will ma , mil , the preteut eaxii al Dr. P V Logan'. I an ol Mided;ttille un turnpike road lea.lin t Stanford Drtripiinii and Pedigree Waterloo i tin ard bred, black 17 hands hijh, weighs lb tiiagliitiient t)le and action and a sure t ,1 combining speed and firKctter, his prot-etla saddle uulitic He has n rec rd (f Hei h) Richelieu; he by Maiubriao Chief ti h) Mamhrino Paymaster, he t M.imbrino. . by Imp MeHfii);er First dam Helm mare by lluy Mctsenger lie Hurpiiius. Ic hy llambletoniaii; he by Imp d dam Red ilird by Caiiimn hip, b) lllatkburn' Whip he by Imp. Whip, he Ift t Salt ram dim bv Herod, jd dam 1 tnoroughbtr mil re by Imp. Dicmodc. Ita Messenger dai was out of a full blooded Mesenger m.uc and Imp Ilotkliiulmm Kithelieu was the most fathionahl) br.l trot ting hore in Amenta. ind the xx itmor of morn premiums and pur-- e than ail) other horse in Ken IUCb) Waterloo dam by Helm's Varkalure, he I imp lorksnire: dam by Weisigtr's .11I dam bv Koxxulh: id dam the noted rn.i. m r utvned by Joe Helm lid afterward h) N J le Watiirliai will stand at 1 . -1 BREEZE en In !.i) tt.illi. ii, t!n7 1.1. WILKES! point, IStin.lard k Can't Sleep Nlffhtd hired b) JJ' trial Pet.k). s1, I ,. 11, W nJs hilj, foal tire of Nellie like a an, trial rr i,o -' 14 111 r, bcu-w- ii . I 1 1 Ilelluji coin-pleie- ly 11 , ,'., particulars T-- Sold by all drufjgi.ts Ilouxioli, Phil - mar be upcur. by Mii.ly. . m; In Ml' M MB A Co. who hare had over 411 j pars experience and hare made oyer mcr can and rur- I11UUI applications f r patent. snd for landutHik (orres. eiL-yondencu strictly coutldentlal. BflM'TlI flBM I HU k n . (- Tit-- d Jl S -- in In rase your nurk i not reKlstero.1""d the I'at. prtcur nt omce. app.y t Ml W.A niuiedUte prolovtion. Send for llandtMoik. maps chari for COI'VllHJin" tc, quickly procured Ad.lre TRADE MARKS. .!.. JIL'NX A. O., l'lilriil Ci.M.iai uma lit Uuoawwa,. . v Fourth dam in enlra fast innre. suppnsctl to be Mistress (to nev hhed girl) "Bridg- DRUNKENNESS -- THE LIQUOR HAB TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. of Ahdallah and Messenser blood et, you cau go and put the mackerel in In Is but ono Peioskt .'ti. bv Oeorae Wtlkc r u, lirst ilnm all tho World tuore The only through line to Jack.imnd itkvbur, a 16; Nellie cure, Dr. Halnoa Goldon Spocltlc. Miss. , Shreveport inikinc direct connections rapineI... dnin of jcU . trialO'Neal 4nili, ttial Grey ye.irtold; 10 at k' hi, iiuin omnibus tran.fer tor D.ill.i. Fort It can he git en in a tup of teior coffee aithout without San Antoni.x, Kl Paso and points Worth Charley, trial at ) ear old a 30 and 5 other that Bridget (sympathetically) "Mue ma'- the knowledKU of the person taking It, ellcitinf; a Austin tould trut tlos to V by Iron s Cadmus, sue 01 am, air ye rejuced to that ".'"New York speedy and permanent cure, whether the patietit Pocahontas 17V4, Ji.c drinker or an alcoholic wreck. TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. it a moderate IIRKi.lF. Wll.KKS will make the season ol Herald. I'nou.ands of drunkards have been cured who iSooat my place a4 milslroin staiiioru, rxy , on 0 Ml have taken the Golden Specific lu tneir coffee ' For through rales, correct county nuns and full Rush Ilranch iiko at believe they information call on Agent at Junction City, Ky., The largest city in area in the world is without their knowledge, and FRANK W. WOOI.LKYj of their own freewill. No harrnfu- - or address hull New Orleans. It contains 2;5ii sqiui'e eilectdriukini from it administration Cure guar- Agt , I.exinvton, $25 to Insure a Mare in Foal, result, Tl?v ' ,nii-d i j. u. r inrnKii circular and full mrtlculnrs Ail c iivtrtt j Send for miles. London is the largest in popula P AT A., Vice President. il rest confidence fiotnEN Srkttiic Co., i&i Mnnev due when the fart i a ertained or mare Cincinnati, O tion, containing VJS2.021 persons. parted with. tll.ib UUUX Race Street. Cincinnati, O. 3 111 ) 1 y Morjjiin hompwn ib. I ii $15 to Insure a Living Colt, I will also stand at the same pl.uc my One Juk STKVE WALKER, At $10 to Insure a Litin ..It Money Jur at tteutung time or when mare is parted with He xx lute brownjack with Mints. )car aid in June jiu luii i.4 imiiux nisn nettas sired by Aiken'. Ktntr William he b Kiiiu l'lullm dam Illack linnet, she. was sired- Ii) King1st Phillip, jd .iatin - .. dam by .tiorecasiie, he by Jim Porter, This Jatk ,.iu,c.i , i.ii.t-i- i a nuciirccurr a number of his colli hate sold for lioo at it caning time. Money due when the colt t foaled or mare parted with Lien retained till mone) is paid 8 P W LOGAN, Owner. C ... K- c--. 1 111 ( 1 t $111, SG-- jciriu 1a