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Getting a Foretaste of Sheol NO. 32 takes an hour and a half to cool oiL An ilia. iiilit'in liMi,., . " 0T" (1"ri V I HUSTONVILLE. Mr. M. K. Miillini lias announced himself a cnndlil.ito for comity jtulije. One of Mr. Htilph l.uiiiier'n little fence and cirls fell from, a three-rai- l broke lur li'i: a few days h1iic'. Our depot uirent lias terelved notice from the patent otllro of the allowance of two more piitentH on his new invon-lion. which was closed at Little Hook in came ,--1 . :::,of Hot Si'itixos, Auk., June 15. exceedingly weak . feeling comes over t ior an Hour alterwar.ls, but after, Justafter completing my last letter the colored brother, a Memo merand myself succeeded in securing XSttL-"- "What ln..e,l people inhabit this dim-- ' ' " would naturally think this ''t it is delightful and one can hnrdlv s. Mr. J. (i. Frith, of Hrodheuil, was here Momliiy. Mm. .1. H. Hrown, of lainrtiNter, is visiting her nurvntri hero. Mr. David Hurt, the excellent oection foreman at Hnxlhoml, is very low anil not expected to recover. The Itevie Kiceand Unll'tiker have been enrryint! on a protmeted iiumtiiiK hero during the Miss Lucille Joplin, one of week. glrln, has reKockiiistle'HhnmUoiiHwt turned from Paris. Ool. J. II. FtaiiUthi luckienl man ever horn in Kocknihtlo Ho with four othera iuvted jl.KRiiti Midillmlroro real estate last ( U tuber. I'p to thiH dut tliev have sold r!i),(XXi win th of it and have Hve lota ii'iii.uniui:. Ir. l'evton was hero Wednesday totiw Mr. Win. MoOlnre, who Is mtv sick. - From present in iimtion it looks s tlioiiuh we are to hne i tiirupik from Ml Vernon to Level dren. The citi--ii- h of tliti latter place .id neighboring 'immunity are entlitisuiatlc over the (iihject and Bay they have the nmney ready to Hiilmcrlho towards the enterprise. They are expeetiti Mt. Vernon to redeem herself now by taking that she should ill the uudtirtMkiiiu They arjjue, and with ntiton, toe, that in case the road isn't built that one will be built anyway from Level (ireen to Simerset, thereby takini: all tlmt of our county trade to that place. A number of the representative cltixons of the Level Green tieihbothood will be to confer with our citihere zens. What will they do in the matter? It is argued that private iitoriptiorTs (noucli can be raised to do the work without waiting for the nullity to take st por-tio- n IMissage. It was a jam and a jostle, but anything was better than the' long ,By., over wehiiiPiixtifKtml. nn.t .. v...... deed a piiir of grateful youths when Mnl-- , vern wasreacheI. Malvern, the place mentioned, is where the Hot Springs Hailroad connects with the St. Louis it Iron Mou .tain roadJ l.ut is a place of no signlrtcance ami I felt very much like ........iiim-iuiagood ami perfect gifts when I found that the Hot Springs train had hue., ,h.nyl cuiipio ui noiirs. inns givitii' me ciiMiiro to go on to that point nitherthfln wait there, as would have lieen necessary had not thoilelay occurred. I hail hopwl, sinwrely, tlmt I might this time consistently hpeuk favorablv ,,f the country along my route, but alas! I cannot. From Utile Uwk to Hot Springs is about 75 miles, and that distance n noor- er, more wooded, marshy and swampy country could not be found in a month's suarrh. There is actually no sign of an eilort toward work, excepting two or three saw mills, and the houses along the line aie mor huts and are inhabited by people who pro.ent a more wild than civiliaed appearand. Theio is nothing' interesting to see over the route I came conhoiientIv nothing to writealwut. before Hot Springs was reached, diummeis for the various hotels i iMmrding hoiisos. and thev are some r00 io number, began to worrj- tho life out of the tired travelers bv telling the ad- vantages their hostelries had over the othew. Such iiriunmino n.,,1 Hn,.i.i.. was never seen ami it was with a sigh of relief that "All out for Hot springs" was heard. Here trouble began in earnest. mnl ilu. inivtii.n..ii...M! viyitnr un tit.... n :, , I 11 j ' - I1 ble at Mt Kmner at KM MarB Cqo . E. ,,w n ranrur to these parts and s , wm' vL..i , $10 to Insure a Living Colt win ' " ' l know not that at len.1 the , CornmcnrincM ndav Ma n, I' run a res " b Heu well bred ntid a X. i nt in i'ii in t """ imii leal citizens nro hure becnuse they can t jter Money amriir aion an driver 1CI- at th.- hoime ul due when mart- is parted withfoal bred to another every fieraon in Stanford who deirr. it Xiilifjr h..re. Lien retained on all or rt,l4,i" ,ife ""' M,,,'rt' l'lst' ""', t,,Hl t,,l'ro to our young mn. who look very ulu mi monev U iitif toWrnrieil since their depaiture? 3 I'1"1 DUNN 4 TANNER are tlioiiwiid of the must distlguied an I1KKMKR LI.AUS ' tf A large ami enthusiastic audience' kiioeked-ou- t ,l",ro"i-'''people that ev- - uvMjiuhlttd on the evening of the l'Jth in r miileuHl pin, wiio came here as their ! the spacious and liaiuloiiiolv decorated ,,,8t ,090rL At ,l'nst 1,1,lf o( those you oi unrisiiati uuiiegu to witness I 'flerfor ...le pruatel) my Firm known at usecr.ucues am, more lo " "" . , old Law.. Lun.iorl p.ace. near the Stanford the uloIo,IniU ..,Iust0v,1Ie and ""JUI , cent, who can not navigate ... ' Vijnc.iter pike .n, ninninff umrlr to I)ix Rier. In th corporate limm of KolanU me i . cont.imi.fr 112 Acres It U veil impniveil. hat ,lt ii either pushed ".' H. stiitieiits. inf ninv. ' wiittoi liv 86 (f.-- l ci.itrn, and theland is in a fin ,tte of L. U1im, Mr. H J DAKM Rowland. inei-- ! Call ..ii i.i .i.u.$meat Gilbrru ""H""1 ""vnliita chairs or uh what is .len.s of Crk. K closing year's the '""n s I. WITHERS. purienue in " C. A. BENEDICT & CO., "" the school and town. A finer tiresuntn. sad sight to look on so much deformity, tion coui.l hardly have been furnished ' Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, suffering and devastation of human flesh wy jiniiosioiiui periormert). We can and ii feeling like unto that produced by TANKORD, KY. say that we have never seeti what the Keiitiickians call "blues" pen . Wdllc AHmA n nr.U. h . the same dramatic " """ It. H. t t none in th. e - - K.r ,.. - ,r-dnites my very soul ami makes me long porformance. All talent at anv l"l"tOl1facorvc , ,., notice and . , k things conspired to lowetho henlthr, halo and handsome make it a complete success. JAS O. GIVEN-- . FItANK MAKIMON. The famed J,..,t, Citv. Ky. woiiiHtiaiid A ppollo-likJ7n mini that in beauty of Hiistonvillo girls found a habits tho grand ami glorious State proud GlYENS IiMEIItlON. repieseiitation in wl,t're we-- ' Bw i hixiiriupcp, Cook, Mattie Alcern, Su0 Mies Kate t ,he ,:ai,- Hi leiwl-n- r Ht.ctor ami REAL EST VTE, at thorotighbriHls run the fastest and lios Kiiiiim Ftrris tras aiiu ..! run a .'eurr,.! Uiinn. Messrs. l'rowitt, Uiuwid-die- , - pitality retgns supreme. Weatherford.Mneves, Breaking and Training Stable. I spoke of a burro cart above. It is ( i Vi't W ilitciii'iv. no .L.In 1. Johnston and Town I.oU,CaL Iron .. i i and Innl.er Land- - bouulit .......... tiunonioie men- ...I i.m. t..r ..iiin. m.ni.r or id on Cnminnncm, He ha hdi Scent e .(.emi to make htm an tion. the opeuing to l,,L close f olicileH expert in thf hWM fcll hi. l loi.vr it , invalid would be necessnrtes will hi very reasormble. (,.,v Inn, ,.,are ut young perforiiierii Were greet- ...J11..1 .,., .......i r ptTOs?e. . r i.t - . ..... w,..r-.., , n,.T.... ...i0l u. ...- ...in- . . m.,,.,1 tlur W....L iii luuiiu v4 applause. In ",'oorA burro is an exceedingly the scone between the tramp and coon 'OLD DRIPPING SPRIKGS' I. 31. BRUCE, small species oi mule ami is a croas old and young forgot themselves and the itj 'it!l-Un" ')0n" nn'' a lmwt- Jt very roof shook with their Referring to an adicrtincment which appeared i. i II l"1 '" " cart some two feet uiiy . in regard applause. Hut we won't forgot tho in lat iue of the Interior Journalbpnni, I te reiitins cottaKM at Old Drippinc ih l'gh and with abundant room for one character of "Hot," STAVKoRf), K inc said presented by lieu-be- n to ir.form thvpuhlic that the 6.rinK article appeared have again laed lolInr n forenoon or aland buildini I)or"0"' iU,l for (iivens. It was the best w'e ever Slaughter upon ame conditions as cont,,rlloo theoutlltcan be had. It is a SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL saw. The young ladies' bioom drill clos. tained in fonut-- kaic hetuepn him and James I.. Adam H,ow ,"otl1' o( travoI bl,t bi' flir bottl,r travelers Horses and mules bought and sold. MARY 11EM.K ADAMS. Adnx ed the evening's entertainment. It was Oniv t,m" "ol Mt a,, a1"1 hol'u the hor.esnnd vchi. les used in livery. marked throughout with perfect precisburro is thoroughly ssfe and needs lit- - ion of movement, that alone can make HARRY A. EVANs, tie or no driving. such a performance a success. The Witli not a solitary thing to do but to ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, Dealer In unique jind lovely uniforms, the grace see. I think I have become pretty thor- . .. nun .'v.ii. ot liii fair vmimr qui i.to Sl AN FORD, KY J ""l,D' "iigiuy Acqitiutucii wuii not springs. 11 i i PEPERS. i four-flfths- '' .Star T! ""''"J'' J, " C:ts, 'r; Leha ; rii ' i : i:im at i ,.;.. irnnittwii ii'irn ... FOB, Coni.unin Term eaM T SALE! i Lot on Main Street in i W t- tnuhuh r,.. liinrMblH.k tJkUlUUlU' . For Salo---Bric- k i Residence n I now live - kn ite Court Square, sti i.lh ItMil.x ,forl I t Mam stret, I anil the L. o- c.,sLe? - K ALTON, Stanford NOTICE. We are standing ill j ICE,-IO1 ou-.-- the C.a- - k Cn-- h h ,re at our sta- - low-spirit- ed - ih 1 .V y For Sals ir" ." - Ir ". Twenty ftuildinjr Iois J i Farrxi For Sale. I - " """""' "(! Livery Ste.olo, ut . , A -- .-- . , ",. mn" o 5 C. L. C2lO"W ce Plucville, ICcntucky. C 1 H ... - ' - - "" . Do-a- tM'-'u- - g 'iture long-continue- d I . r 17- hrst-cla- ss A. E. GIBBONS, S-- ... ......... I MLL M'H k WAYNESBURG. PEIRTS - & OILS. , Mr. Shea, the cross tie inspector, is making his last trip this summer and will t about :i,0H) worth of ties from our dcalora. Kev. J. N. How link', of McKinney. is here preaching at niht ami M'lliui iMioks. Kev. S. II. Myers, who has just Kradtuitod at (.ieorvetowii Collect, is here in the lvook business. He expects to attend the Seminary nt Ixniisville next winter. Miss Iollu dooeh woteairold iiieilal home from Caldwell College, I an-Mil- e. whisky and ran over the district and '.rought in every voter that they could get to lome and the result was a tie, notwithstanding a good majority of those ulm had children to tench were in mix-- i nii for Fry to teach. This is the first time we ever had whisky and money used in a school election. We losu Fry. mt sumo other district will be the gainer anil would advise thoho in need of a leather t make a nisli for hiei, as audi teachers are scarce and not always to bo Lad. lie is an excellent christian I We had a hot contust here for school trustee. K. It. Caldwell was put in nomination in the interest of I'rof. Fry, who h one of the very best teachers we ever L.id. and ti. A. Hindoton was nominated in the interest of W. II. IWistin, a very nice Kcntlcmtiu. The Singleton men took gen-tleiua- n. mmmmm MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Huron Von to Mexico, Miss I.itia Caldwell and were married hi Wasliington, Tuesday. The bride is a sister of Missliwendoline, who gave Prince Mural the grande bounce. Mr. Kose, of Hairodsburg, and Miss of Kno.wille, were Minnie married at the homo of the bride Tuesday. Miss Mollie D.uigheity, of this place, wa present, and nccoinpanied the ouple this far on their way to llarrods-burg- . Itwit. (lertniui minister i The marriage of "Our Mary" Anderson to Antonio Navarro, a young lawyer of New York, was performed in n little Convent churdi in London Tuesday in as simple and ns unostentatious a manner as possible under the Catholic ritual, nono hut intimate, friends being present. After tlio ceremony a wedding breakfast was set by Dr. Orilliu, and following this 'Mr. and Mrs. Navario loft for Venice to upend the honeymoon. The brido was born inS.iciamento, CaL, :U) years ago. Her father, a Confederate colonel, was killed in the war. Most of her earlier years were spent in Louisville, wheie she has many devoted friends. The celebrated the- wedding Courier-Journa- l "Dm Mary" over a column of by giving editorial notice. - Senator Swayse, a iiejjio politician, who was driven from his district in Louisiana and warned to stay away because he wuh implicated in tho murder of . I). Wlntor in 1J7(I, wont buck Monday to electioneer for the lottery company. Tho next day his body, was found Iuiir!";-- ' to a tree as dead as a door uail. Ex-Stnt- o .in. oi to i... ,.,.n...i is a good looking place anvway, as a teachers and unusual """""n W"-yview from the topof the gov Htmlents. Hu.stonv.lle ontopreve.it such a nuisance, w,0 people 'iSveeverv others of the new arrival defended them - erniiiunt lmililmu uill show. There are reason to be delighted with the pas't a great number of frame builtdings which, vear s success ami tin- - futures bright selves with clench! fists. nd from tho substantial appearance prospect of Christian College. There are those who think ib..t n(l, ttteriiilly, but they are put up with Springs is like Kock Castle or Cumber AND DRIPPING SPRINGS iinlW(tiwt II rsl taste, uitil with n fresh innl nimi rani, save mat it is on it larger Hotel K mum. scale, but such is a wrom idea. Some of paint they look equally as nice and Hkli- Waxtkd.- -I desire to employ 1 cooler than tho-- e built of 10,0(10 or l,O0i) people are nestled in the '"'cidodly little valloy and besides being the couir ,,rit'k- TL' wa,or works i,,ul electric1 otel cleik, I store clerk, J good and the "d waiters at my new Summer Uesort tvsotit, is a place where an immense 'Wt syBtem are both 1 business is done. There is street car line is one of tho host I know mile east of Crab Orchard, Ky., to ainountof ofHeal estate is high ami business of dn service on the 1st tl.iy of July. A one ntreot and the town to some ex- There are! " price, but not a fancy price, will be tent reminds one of Stanford. The most a" kill,Iit 8Lt'ms lo ut' papers and loth reflect ciedit !dd to all help. None but desirable elegant buildings, and the finest kept and tho town alike. parties and thoe with good characters stores I know of any where are right " Churches ot eveiy denomination show eeu appiy. Address with price, neio, me size oi ine place oi course con I). CJ. Si.McitrEii, thoaoul as well as the body is; sidered. Tin-rare L'O elegant hotels, nc- Qitholic diiirch is of. The new Crab Orchard, Ky. cominothitiiig from lOOto 1..VX) each, and xou it would take a day to enumerate the a vor-- '"""dsome building anil has a' VALUABLE DISCOVERY ! smaller ones. The'lSastiiian is decidwllv '"fi'ihership of 400. He v. J. M. Van, "biggest thing on wheels." It is a Mi?r, late of Danville, Ky., pastor of, R. Halo Mill in a lew da the nrrum in f t miu tount n,' itel,' Nv brick, ami as elegantly furnishtHl, tno l'irfcl I'reibyterian church, also has " excellent house of worship. There is the propnetors claim, as the Iotlmau 'T i V.'? House, in New York, and Is by far a bet llmlW -- l.oir there and with ,oo ter lookiuir bnildiiie. Hie rates aro from "mo Koimomtui in uie puijiii u is not Pr c.Bt. Th. foliowini certificate ' ?;W to ?IO0 per week ami exceptin;; in u'ol",l,'' l'uU t,ie visitors erow.l to his show the result of two chumiaes V toftifv that we were preset at a test of the slimmer season tho house Is jam- - L"urt''1rosidnc of H. J. Durst, Tom Htnjhes, who inline here feonio lo which produced mini. the folluwiii result, which we This is a rather otrseaaon just nownnd "'ontlw ao, nearly bent double, is pot rcro as oauniung remarkable: a gallons milk theiexre not more than ft.000 or ti.tXX) ,in "Ult-''- hotter, and besides is doing churned . &v the old process produced 2 pounds of .. . .. (..llAM.al I.UllAr r rax. ess visitors here, but that uuiitbei represents WL'" for himself. He has a mapiosia produced pound snu auk ojoum e Signed II. J. Darat. 3 n for the small sum of 5 cents Aleck Martin, Win. people from evorv eliine and nation. In Perkins, G W Goodrich. day eool and refreshim; drinks of that We certify that we uituesaed a test at the Myfaet they aie here from everywhere nn,i ers Ho use of water can he had. wuhj thv following a motley and disrtvurel crowd, as a gen-wonderful reaulf The old proceas, with 3 jallots K. C. end tiling, it is. In the winter and! Of Milk, produced j pounds ' ounces of butter, sprliiK months there aro freiieutly 'M, 3"lte,M imlk product d by New Cholera, of the true Asiatic tVPO. i'rocesa 6 pounds ' (Xr? who aro hero to test the healing and ounce of '. seems to lie gathering swif leadwayill b,m W,IU... W. F. McCtary,butlur. Sigurd: Da.,1. Miller, beneficial ijiialities of the "red-ho- t" wa Spain. Lot us hope that it will not cross Carter, j. 1:. pottmau. ter. inasutecn the formula of J. U Hale.' new the Atlantic. On a beautiful site lookino. down upon muthod of making butter and tan say that the in- tho town is the (.iovernmeiit Hospital, Kredients used are altogether healthful ..ml in no Do not Sutler any Lontfor Know inc that a cough can he checked in it day way injurious to the human econoun w here sailors and sohhors w ho desire to and the Arst stugts of consumption broken in it Stanford. K., G. V. IIKONACUH, M. 11. week, we hereby guarantee Dr Ailur's Knglish be treated may come and live oil of June il. ilyo Cough Remedy, and will refund the money to all lon as they choose. The who buy talo it as per dircunHii. and do not tiud The formula of J. R. Hales lor making bitter K. I'oh is not main buildini: is a handsome one and our statement corrwt. For S.le by A. peisonous. and m in no w ay injurious to the uy, DrusEt human system J K lEll)X,M I). with the four or live cottages and many Very Boat Pooplo Stanford, K .June iy, tsoo. luxuries at their command, those people Confirm ourOur statement whenwesuy that Dr. Ackwho aie doubly and trebly rewarded for er's English Remedy is every way superior to Bucklen's any and all oihfr preparations for the throat and what they are supposed to have done luns. In whooping cough and crimp, it is magic The best saUein the Arnica Salve world for butrtlietcs at once Weolfer you sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, cuts, bruises, can live with the elegance of a Vamler-hil- t andfree Remember this ninedy is a samplea tetter, chapsold on tle ped hands, chilblains, corns and ail skin eru guarantee, at A R Penny's. or a Ciouhi. lions and positnely cures pilei.orno pay reiiuir ed. It it guaranteed tu Kive perfect satisfactinr, The hot hath isn't the funniest thing or money retundsd Price 5 cents per box TholFIrst Symptoms Jof Doath. in the world by a long shot. The averTired fieling.dull luuJailie, pains in arious For sale by A R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. body, sinking at the of age time to stay in the water is 15 min- parts lotsthe appetite,' feerishnes,pit of theor stompimples sores of ach Electric Bitters. and it is like jumping from the fry- are all potitiw vwdence of poisoned b ood. No utes Tins reined) is tiecoiuiiiK so well known and so matter how it became poisoned it must U purified ing panjnto the lire sure enough when Innvnlil ilenlh l)r A. Lit', ktlrlith llln.nl I'livir popul ir as to need no special mention ,ll ,v,n failed to remove scrofiilous or syphilitic .have used Elcctrii Hitters sni the same mwl' of the thermometer stands at as it does his neer Sold under positive guarantee at A. R,'l,r,l A purer medicine does not emt and it is poisons to step into a boiling-ho- t uuaranteitl to do all that is claimed. EUctric pool, or I'ennj'k. ilitten. will cure all divaeof the Liver and Kid tub. Therubbeis say it is.t slight inti nevs, win remove rimpies, itoiis, Salt itlieum and Dr. Ackor's Engllah Pills ' ill mation of what the lltiriuiltooiis" Mill Aie active, effoctive and pun For sick head- - "er J'fe'',,n caused by impure blood. -prevent as slomaeh, loss or appetite, bad ,, . , , ., Ijr.nl I.,.....ami17... .. ......... Hir.iM ...,., I1.1t , f.i..l 1.1... tl... .... - ache.d sordered uuiousuuss, mey nave never ueen "".y iuri.ro ..11 .:M.. ;, ..... ., v.. " ' "cureoi .1 ,lr,v mu i. nn- ' runipluxionanu Headaclie, Coiistitution and r IndiKestion try Elei either 1.) I11II1IUU3 IS equaled .cny in Aincncaor abroad. Forsale by trie Hitter lHiliiii.111 urn u. Mil runs Entire satisfaction uuuranteed or j ' ' Uni"gist' I.',u"1" sc ""ll ' ',ir I,0,,k ovor von drink from to 5 clnssus of tho T" vi.re(,,l,n.,,'!id That Terrible Cough sumo hot wntur ami tnko n vapor hath, nurneu or umicuii urouininem ine ... . . . ...1.1..1. i A Scrap or Paper Saves Her Life. iiiuu ia vvursii nun ttioro 01 11. . Oil btejl raising iiioruiiif. tightness in the ilimt. quickened plileRiu, If wa jusi all ordinary scrap ol wr ippinir a little room, tnko netuit. tho rnhhor ,.l,'' c'"" 'FT into re"'s.orwa-' ii per, but it saved Her lite bhe was the or auv ineae thine are the first stagus t'lOSOH tllO tlOOr ailll hoXCS VOIl III) SO tllllt consumption. Dr. Acker's English Couf,'h Rome t4a of c.:i.uiiipllon, told b phiciaiis th it dey will cure these fearful svmpioms, and Is sold she was incur ibleairtl could onlv live m. .rt tin,, . OIll JOlirilt'lUl IS ISI01U. "'PI - under a positive guarantee by A It. Penny, sheweished less thua 70 pounds lliu UMliporOn a piei r wrapper iMpc. .nciwuill Hr Kllw .Nc w D Hiiro 01 litis room wonlil paralyze thoor-- l ,,,,t',, emery, and got a sample bottle ; it hV Ik r, s. ilinary thornioniutor, so they have some DRUNKENNESS-TH- B LIQUOR HAB bought a larxc bott e it beiped her more , b. u.ioiner and Krew better last, omnueil . ,e ;,, In niatlo to oriler, whifh I think read 1(H) nlltho is now .uoiik neailli, ro plniMp aculnn. or lullcr particulars msJ iLum.i M' ouiids. I.i.t uli .. I. r....l .. r.....l.i ,. .......I uulULUiiiiioouumouatiouiuu, ri.i ... V " .' Trial l.otil, . f .. It can bo Kien in a cup of tea or coffee ailhout ' lule, druyi.t, ort Smith t soinii iiiHtniienx iinlic.. Im.1 o ' ' VARNISHES, ETC Engineering- and Surveying in all branches. - DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. posted! ui ..... ' GREEN-BRIA- R I WAI.h I'Al'KIt AMI DKCOl! VTIOVS, thclarg cttMiid most complete Moil in Central KentuA, ith all the latest and moil .trti'tic decorntioi'is knosm to the trado Room Mmildings and Win-l.'- w Shades in cnrite anet I'RICKs THE LOW EST AND WORK IMF. HEM An ex-inMmn is kindly solicited before orders are (laced. ji-- This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and others not to trespass on our lands without per. mission, a all siiuh will lie proecuted to the full-eextent of the law Signed D.V.HOLMES Dr P W LOGAN IOSH ADAMS r.l"LI'.R'CHARDS st - ' - llret-dns- s be-onl- y HOTEL PROPERTY. tiring frtim Iiumimone-h- all FOR SiS. X. E. TIKIS i : A.HirTVCr' C HALL J xN. JOS. I1ALLOU. :AV; - to e Ht I desire to sell my (arm on iKioiint of my old iige, of reof -. I offer for file privatelv my ated about ii, miles north about 130 acres, situof Stanford on the in the Hotel now occupnil by me, Rush Hranch pte, opposite the old church. There imerit (ftirmerl) called the St .snph in Staulonl, Kv . are about 50 acre in wheat and rye; the balance uiuln- l- theliiriiiture ami fUturv- nrthe farm well set in timothy Good dwelling Tho lli.u-- c i iiHMtelipbly locntiil on Maui of rour rooms and kiuhen and a splendid new 111 the centre nf lni.ine-- , Kirn: is well has a lurge and ileMi-abt- e and fented. Possesion can pMtn.nage mid is doing a pnititublr busiiHrs It is be civ en immediately. For particulars, seu asuhitiiHtwl bmk buililin; nfover jo rooms, with Ilailay, htanford, or write the nndersicnedJ. P. at two tor riNim S.r men hauili-iii- g, a goisl stable Cincinnati, Ohio. ;, WITHERS. Farm For Sal. :trit, ami other appurtenance-Al-- o v a -- lore lioo-ea- lot in llustnnville. Ky g, ' 1 llti.;;:r; pp toi"yrt.nIV7l',,'h ni - bultr-nial.in(tat- th if j,ooo, rapHlly iiicren-inJ. II OWENS, Manager, in a veciitui; ha two ruilrooil with prospects lor nutu, t a Ah-Intel busuiei, and a deirable communi-t- ) place to reside in. Temis ami lurther prti.ul.ir mav had bv I lnve taken charje et tl is p pular hottl MilU-. attornej or mvs.'li it and iiiltnd to rviuit ir ..hr-- t cla- - maituer in every M C I'OKIMAN. Manloid revjiert It is Iiciik papered and painted from top to bottom, the heil.ung is eing rencvated and done t. make it pleasant and Lomfort-aM- e for quests The table sli ill never be surpass-e- J In hotelsin thistcnon J 11. OWENS StanAinl is a prmperous town with a population THE COMMERCIHL HOTEL ml Hairodsburg, Kentucky. r 0-l- e) , m , THE MYERS HOUSE v- -1 m 1 ' ,........, .,.. 1 - & E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor a , v 8"K : butter-mak- No Hotel in Kentucky hat i repututioi and its proprietor is determine! that shall be maintained. He ha-- , ' 1 recently :il'.IciIio its appointnunts 94mmsSk 110 MHE6 j .a j" Pool .iiid KillsarcljPiirlors u)b VZ.J&S!XK acSsVAlso wmFmAttesaiirsxvj '$?&S s A Livery Stable n'Q ' W M, mf&tfMJL2 To accomimda'e the demands of tit increased MFH transient patronage. Ilet turnouts furnished - gaivSiWJ ' m iPt AILEi weutj n First-Clas- a Commercial I ravelcrs and others CH2HviiWs . 1 ts the Miorfst t as 350 REWAR3Q I will i Makiiij; dirett connections in Central Union depot for . St. Louis, Michigan Points, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, lluffalc, Indianapolis and the West, New England, Canida, pa) a Reward of Fifty D illar-- . for information on lonwitun of anv un iwthoricil person 111 Found Cutting Timber or Damaging any Improvements On the following property : New Vorlc, WnshiiiRton, Boston. Philadelphia, and pos-Hu- e 1 '1 lie l.irms at Highland known as W A. Cash's, Tim Hutchison's, George Itaugh's, llaitin lUir-.- , H. P VoiitiR, I S Young's ti ,icre place, W. Ter-- r (Jiuckot Richmond, time to HarrodstnirSi Frankfort, Ky I'.altimcre, VIRGINIA 1 to-da- I f ... ... ...i-.- o . i ... .........,,,.-, -- 21 -- v . 1 ..... - 1. 1 o- - 111 -t .1 -- .. . . .1 Solid Trains, baaev cars, smoking cars and co .chus, Pullman lloudoir Sleepers through with-ochange via Cliattan oga, ISirmiuxham, MeridRobinson Mill tract, I lobin's farm, Ilryant Kidd'sfirm, Joel Pctrey'fc farm, A. GiHich's tarin, ian makinit direct connections en route for Knox ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and points ill the W Collins' farm, on (ffadc Rldcu, ooocrxs, Htn-rMiller's, ago atre, Henry Millers, 411 aires, A Stupheii lluri.h'6, 2', acres, D It. Kdnuston's xV tra t, Strode Home, C'nttase nv ir depot at Crab Orchard, lloti-l- , C "tt i1 and torelioiise at Otten-heiAt Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmins J Ol UNHHMrR, ugmu, Macou, Savannah, ton, Charleston, ,'ci f 1 D nrrs loi m llrunswick, Lake City Thoniasvilleaiid FLORIDA points. The only line running solid trains with .- -i Ja&i'iiirftvvjs- - I'lillman lloudoir or Palace Sleeping Cam tochoiceJackH a ik sonvillc without change lor any class of pnssen- &ZA. hJ.-- H iters or rMdKc Sclma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur, nyi uti Zfzmrv-xyMemphis and ARKANSAS points. C VJUjeHW. 'A snorieM anu vjiiiikcsiio nmiton eliHS, .Me-ilr Direct connections made at NEW OR. I without oninibii transfer for Galveston, . .Mi.' -.- rf."...frra-alti 1III, IIoiltoll, -. I sMWgH VMirir.-Uk- s till j y Loiift's At Cox s Gap W, Hutchlsen's 40 acre farm, Freeman and R E Itarren's timbertracts on llutk Creel, 307 aires, John TurnbiiU's, 5i7.iere, John lluchanan s, 301 acres, jvi, j. 90 acres, II. Powers', 100 iicres John Anderson s, 14 acres, Wash Harris' jjj acres, Freeman's, Soo icres, j , Win Shortest Quickest line to iiitm, OTW (DHOr.AVKr. h) CAM'DMiY. m rsy. ' WM$Zi. J, irtl 4iA 1 fwriiKSaHfi -- zmm 7l 1 1 T-- World-thorotabu- t v 1 .x-.- I KIVIIIU ho Will iillilJtir llitill lni hni'k in 11 liMln u'inlii mill if I... does iiuc iiavuiu no un nn uininu, it in proba. IWIYUH 1 1 VOIl, - 1 ' ' hlo tlmt yon won't have to stay in longer than 10 or 15 minutes more than tho allotted time of .1. The perspiration then runs bo freely that it frequently the knowledge of the person takinc it. effectinra speedy and permanent cure, whether the . ,0a.raie drinker or an alcoholic Wreck. ..... .,..!. .... l... bUIGIl . ....... f II. till.,,) ..... U.VII .THO I niHlkailU 1. Ol .1.....L have uken the Golden Specific in their coffee believe they without their knowledge, nnd huit drinking of their own freewill. No harm fu- ellect results from its administration. Cures guar- anteed. Send for circular and lull particulars. Ad. dress in c uiridenre Golden h'licinc Co., iSj HaceStreet. Cincinnati. O. y tn womienui Drugstore " aiacovi-r- tree at A. K 1 c II S J. T. SIJTTOW ft CO., HUSTONVILLE, KY. j i'JZ ""IS? .. L SSS5&tJ!i Mill in the buMness and TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. I'ht only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, Miss . Shreveport La., making direct colineetioas without omnibus transfer for Dallas Fort Worth, Austin San Aiitnniu, Ll Paso and pointsin . TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. ready to dv any Arc daughter ol my cu.tomur suffered froi.i sup- For through rates correct lountv uiaiis and full in the Ij'niiertakiiiK line. We have a full pressed menstruation ii" nr neaiin was coin- - thmc ol v.ae auo vaskt i. 01 an s.ui.s .t..u rcuoas inlonnation call on Annual Jnn tion Litv, Ky.. stoCIC tdately wrecked At u suggestion she used one of evi ry description Our heA'se, w hich is nearly or address FRANK W. WUOLLEV, bottle of llrmlAeld. Kemaie Ronlifiv ...k.... t ...... .... .... ..k. .01, I .m. hfkrt nonce Air I. Ii Ttav Pass. Agt , Lexington. Kv. Cured her. J V Heliums, Water alley. Miss D G. I D ARDS. C C. HAM K onsfnesa and will show Green liiicharueolour t; ,V T A., rite tne HraJtiicl He. Co All u ti. u 1 . lor our c 'ods t any o w 'ie ! 9 anythinn in oi.t Vice Presioe it particulirs Sulu by all cirnigis Clm can O inr a.uwincumpiBtoiyuurea j 6-- A.-- " 1 Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal Ky., 8TANFORD, June 20, 1890 W P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. liARHOUR rr Superior Judge. JOSKl'HLUNtiMUOK " Appellate Clerk, W W " " County JuJif, THOMAS ' County Attorney, JOSEPH W 11. VARNON PAXTON; " " County Clerk, GEORGF. II. COOPER, ShcrtrT, J N MENKFEF.: Jailer. SAMUEL M. OWENS; Aeucr, E. D. KENNEU; Sap'tcf Common Sctiojli, V. F .LCLAKY Simcyor, HARRY A EVANS; Ctrener.ARCH CAUSON. bill straddle passed by Heed's mob and in its stead passed a free coinage bill, with the aid of the democrats, 42 to 23. And this too in face of the fact that the president had said ho would not pign such a measure and the further fact that Secretary Windom and the Wall street sold bugs had prepared the House bill and fought for its passace. Another remarkable part of the proceedings was that Senator Wolcott, a republican, took ,. the :., :.. ),; o......r.li UW..W.U.. ... free coinage bill . fore and aft in an especially ,,.r,,, manner. Al is not lovely and serene in ..:.-.the radical camp and there are and sundrv stens that more trouble i brewing. The U. ?. Senate rejected the silver The Winchester Sun tions for entertaining tin Prer-- Association here nevt week are being perfected as rapidly as possible. The several committeesthe ladies committee especially are doing excellent work, and everything will be in readiness to receive the 'boys' on the 25th. The Indies through out the city and county are taking u live- lv interest in the iiicnic at Iloouesboio on the 27th inst. in honor of the Association, and it is bound to be a grand Of course it will. You can always bet on the ladies. And right hero we will inform them that if all the members and their wives and sweethearts attend, who have gotten passes, there will be over 200 to provide for. It is n big thing to entertain a press association and it is rare thnt n city wants to try it n second time. One thing wo beg of our Winchester friends is to let the members go to the hotels and pay their bills. We protest against the interference with family arrangements that any other plan necessitates. .says: "Prepara- .Meredith Stanley made a successful jump from the suspension bridge at Cincinnati to the water 100 feet below, Tues- Jamics P. K.(ii.K was renominated for governor of Arkansas by the Go. ;'"" :,"".,:.'. . e i :' H U f fe f ll I The sentiment in favor of nominating Grove r Cleveland for the presidency in 1 In iftii'i nmnnntc nlmost to unanimity. ...... o, mW. il... vnnr. every convention pUVcllUSCS (it tllC LO ' Oil mention oi ins n'luie i it ik. plnuse and no man in the country has a firmer hold on the public Main Street, Stanford, Ky, M. SAMNGKK, heart. The result of the interviews with delegates to the Missouri State convention at St. Joseph, is but an index of the feeling of the democracy at large. Out Tun River and Harbor bill has reached of 1S7 delegates questioned on their KivMtuu. proportions of $23,000,000 choice. 170 expressed themselves unqnal- - an,t jg stji or ,.ijmhing. Tlie money, of ' LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE will be thrown away so far as ifiedly for the man who made the best tjlt. ,,ui,ii- miy good is concerned, that this ueneration ever saw, RAILROAD. and who would still be president if his ml jt .jil Injlp to reelect, at the 100,000 could, pPnso 0f the treasury, members who ito majority of over have been placed in the proper states. in for the irreatost gouge for their dig-- . THROUGH TRUNK LINE. tricts. The whole thing is a monstrous Wk have received from Prof. James K. swindle. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. : Patteison a copy of the reKirt of the a National Win. Dodd sold a sorrel gelding to islative committee appointed to investi- - ' Co.vnmes is bent on law, not so much for the bene-a- t Monte Fox for ?00. M. Collet e, gite the affairs ot the A. and r For Rent "A acres of clover Lexington, over which institution to fit of debtors and creditors as for tho valuable time was lost during the publican lawyeis, who will nbsoib all grnxv or cut. S. A. Middleton, Crab Or Louisville last session. The repot t shows the Col- - that can be made out of any ordinary T Nashville, A bankrupt law may do good in -I- L Ci By water sold to Carman Rob- to be well managed and in n Memphis, . inson 2 horses for ;ti and 2 to Tom And We Have perous condition. Its real estate and certain cases, but more rascals take AUanUTnf nmevv is eMimnted at S3U.0OO and vantage of it by thousands than honest Napier for S120. aia,wv0 rtnlrnf 171imii1 ninUu luklnifttti ' fl'twa lvj its income is stated at?'.7,ft00 per annum, ien. Little Rock, j county, were kill tn J. P. Online, nf tills derived as.&fo'.IowM $2,000 lrom taxes, Cou E ?0, K iIoHSs,Nf oi ,,le Caiiital, Mobile and New Orleans. ed by light nine. They wore valued at S0.0U0 interest on mvesuneius, not tnkoso ranch to heart what S350. Advocate. on tuition and $1,40'' trom other sources Urev Woodson says. That irrepressible Newport News & Miss.Vallev Co Sunol, 2:10J, trotted a quarter last The number of matriculates last session young man would rather be in n squall (n!y ui. v.jn to point .a week in 32 seconds, a 2:011 clip. The of was 352, double tliH any time than have plain sailinu'. The Mcer, Johnson 2:0dJ, alao paced a quar15(5 mor than 'S" and & best plan is either to laugh him out oi ter in last week in :il,a 2:05 gait. " " court or lav him across 'your knee. SMIGRAXTS The trreat American, Derby will be Tmb republican bosiww have prepared run at Washington Park, Chicago, Sat- Smklag b gives 'cHK iron Horse snorted for the first an tnc line nf ihu rua4 will ttei their infamous election bill, which Sfcil rate. tor "a Federal canvassing board th epower to time in Breathitt county Monday. The urday. A jnnt roll of bills, amounting thi Coaptmj rat, MUM CS c winner. Ac,, or trr.U to ' and makes itJ re- - Kentucky Union ran its first excursion to S1S.000, awuiu the count democrats out y. A T. V. C. 1' ATMORE O. There woie 150 cattle on the George-I ouitvillr, Ky turua tntte the pn iv. luioe over the State, into that land teeming with minerals selling and will push it to a pnami timbers of the richest and uiiHt val town market Monday, yearlings canvass!?, at 31 to 3u at 3 to 3.8.V, age. uable varieties. tins out win acvoinpiuu an iut-is not at ?,M. Ton horses sold and want, it has been decided that it privately at $100 to 370 ami ii mules at NEWS CONDENSED. necessary to pres-the McComas anti o $120 to ilW. Times. CrKA-s- s Besides it concern. gerrymandering k. The Cincinnati Oak Leather CompaTate i Catron bought 30 cattle last .night prove the kiud of a gun which ny's tannery was struck by lightningand week of n Lincoln roumy man for $412.-- The Shortest and Quickest Route from does as much dnmnt:e in the rebound as damaged 5100,000 worth. Central Kentucky to all points North. 50: S butcher cattle of George Jones at Bust, Wait and South-WenFast in the discharge. Miss Juha Masters, a beautiful young CincinLino between Lexington $2 (!0 and 3c and a yoke of steers for $75. woman of timpson county, was struck They n5o ln'iisht Seattle at Winches- - nati. W. W. Dickbisson, the riemo-rat- i by lightning and instantly killed. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAi n, ilo. BY RECENT PURCHASES OUR STOCK OF ter at 3J. Somerset Beporter. nominee to succeed Mr. Carlisle in thu A Newport News iv. Mississippi Valending April .i0, this In the vear House, ling resinned his seat in the State No t No. No I. ley railroad train Monday ran over a Et .Sun country drank 1,722,1 IS more barrels or Senate, and Gov. Uuckner has ordered ' Daily Memphis, wrecking 10 cars and killExub beor than it drank in the year last prean election to fill the vacancy This is 3S P". p m .. I 10 an i c ing :J railroad men. ceding. And the "original package" de- Lve Cincinnati 8 it am S oa p m an ofiiee that no one will tear his shirt 4J p Itl Covington. Florence Nightingale, who immor- cision had not been rendered, either. If I.va Falmouth mi 9 17 p m 4 el p m 141 Lvr for. The vacancy is only till August, 40 p ro m io I'aria talized her name by her heroic work in this keep up we shall still have a home Arr IivigtQB.. 11 w a mie aj p in 5 30 p ir 11 1J3U1, and as there is no regular session I' 1015 p Arr hospitals during tho Crimean war, market for corn and rice. S 45 P m 1110 a ml I.ve Taut of the Legislature before that time, the the . O xi p in ,!: 13 05 p m is Hearing her 70th year. p n 7 The Cincinnati cattle market is slow Arr uichmond.... j 4B p m man chosen will in all probability never Col. Brock Skaggs was fatally stab4 35 I'm ritti. Arr I.ancaiter. and weak, with prices ...........p,w.., ..... ' Arr Stnford. see inside the Senate Chamber, unless P '" J IS P m he makts a trip thither on his own ac- bed by George Wairen nearGreensburt:, ninr all the way from li for very com- I.ve Richmond while he was beating tho hitter's father mon to 41 for hest; hos are dull but a Arr Iierca. 3 Oi p in count. 5 JO p 10 GINGHAM7, OUTING FLANNELS, Arr LlvinRton. over the head with a club. Bellin1,' at :i..S.'; jjood little higher, hest No. 1. No. s. .7. GuTiutiE Coke, editor of the The signal service weather bulletin sheep are firm and prices run from 2 to Col. o.j. Bussellville, has been for the weekending June 14 states that n in demand at o to 7. 0; lambs are Soo a m lye 1mnBII-onominated for delegate to the constitu-- ' the temperature for the Southern States a Tliere has been more tobacco set out1 Lve Herca ......... 10 as a m in 45 Arr Richmond. tional convention from Logan county. is from 2 to degrees above the normal. out d the lafet 10 days than probably ev- ; 7 00 a m in Slinf-rof James ( Jutlirie, the He is a grand-soCharles J. Bronston was declared er before in the wine length of time. Lve i.ancater a m 7 45 1000 a m president of the last constitutional con- the candidate to the constitutional con- The crop is from 10 to 20 days later than &- 10 vention, and is fully capable of holding vention from the city of Lexington. He usual, but with a propitious eeabon there Arr Wmchcttcr. j 00 p m 6 10 a m p in 7 S a m a m 7 40 p m 7 4 position in the body, to which we declined, however, in favor of Joseph is no reason w by the crop should not be that elugwn"1: a 05 p m 7 00 a m 3 45 P m hope he will be chosen. One thing is Anderson. a jo p m 8 S3 " 4 ji p a good one. Winchester Democrat. Lvel'arii j6 p m 0 3 a m 4 la p m certain, he is heavy enough physically Thelntemational Typographical Un-.- Mr. HapBln's colt, Salvator, won the, folinKton.. 5 40 p in 10 35 a m 3 30 p m 6 well as the' ion has passed a law Is more complete than any time this season. to hold down tho beat as 5 P m 104S am 6 38 p u that no regular com- Surbtirban at Sheepshead Hay, frem per- - Arr Cincinnati next man. positor shall work more than six days or haps the best tield of horses ever seen in TrMnf No ld u nn SlB(Illy onIy belwcen nights in a week. The 7th is setapatt America in One race. The time, L':004-Cincinnati and Lexington, leaving Cincinnati at is no love t between Speaker I.ve. There 8 a. in , and airivini; at I.exiiiKtnn at i m i for the "subs." breaks the in record and IS With- - Lexington at 1 40 p. in. and arrive t Cincinnati at Reed and Congressman Breckinridge, iii m. 5 35 for The Kentucky School of Medicine in t nf a co..rviiil nf txinimtnn'R fact they do not speak as they pass by. ,. ,. "n theMayiville llranch, No 9. leave 1'aru St conferred the degree of doctor of medi- me instance. 1110 vkiv 8 00. a m and No. 11, at 5 45. P m, arriving at igThe consequence is that the Speaker No. ic Mayiville at 10 aj, a in, and 810, p cine upon 100 young men at Mncauley's Strideaway, Fireni, MontactiP, leaves Maytvilie at 3,15 a m, arriving at l'ani at nored him in tho appointment of a sucv. Theatre last night. Knott deCassius, Tunny, Prince Iloyal and 740,am. No. ij leave Mayiville at 130 and cessor to the place made vacaut on the m. These traini arr arrive! at Pan at 4 15, livered tho address. Ilicehind. The race wa3 worth ?10,000 daily except Sunday. Ways and Means Committee, although No. t nun daily from Lexington to Cincinnati. Cedric Hodgson Burnett, whose to the winner, and $2,000 to Cassias, tho No. Col. Breckinridge was entitled to it both 43 leaies Lexington 10 00 am ; arrives I'aris 10 4; am; except humlay ami uirvii'it. The m.'in from character and habits furnished his moth- - "d horse. I... cunnntv o e leaves 11inciniiiti s 10 prn;arricsKalmouth r th Our young friend, C. T. .Sandidge. 7 10 pm: excetit aunuav. " Maine is not above his petty spites, and No. for "Little Lautleroy," has Hiade the biggest deal in horse ilesh nati 7 7 lnavus Falinouth 600 am arrives Cincin- wPtion isabign.au in but one sense-phy- si.55 am; except Sunday ,. train Notei. No. 3 runs dally tetween Lrxing. is dying of consumption. week that has been consummated in this daily between The Duchess of Fife (Princess Louise this section for a long time. He sold to ton and Cincinnati, No a runs Cincinnati ana j.exingion. Nos 1 mid 6 make cunnertinns at Winchrxtei .Mr. Closte, a .South American, his fine tnrnnintinntheN' N Si M V. Itv The Court of Appeals has decided that of Wales) was delivered of a Arc headquarters for Tate's bondsmen are liable male child Monday, which was buried Harrison Chief .StttlliOll for SS00, to Whom IMPORTANT -- Trains o( thi line now arrUe to the State for his defalcation and a now with Royal honors, as a member of the he also sold Smith Haughman's Messen- at and depart from thr Central Union Pastenger Station Cincinnati, making connections for all feo. ger Chief for same price; S. II. Baugh-man- points .ortn, r.aii ana baggage , ci. checked tn any trial of the case in tho Franklin court family of the Prince of Wales, Throimli tickets and A coal train unable to hold itself on Allen Ilashford for 725 and John destination reached by a railroad. bo necessary to establish tho amount will Plows ! Plows ! Plows ! Huy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel chargeable to each bond for the various the steep grade of Saluda Mountain 152 Haughman's two stallions for $800 and or For full particulars address any agent ol the Co. . U., ran down SOoO respectively. .Mr. Closte also bought V. L MUNSON, Trav Pai. Agt., Cincinnati, terms of the defaulter. Ills bondsmen miles from Aslieville, Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those no b. F. II. MORSE, Cen'l Pass'g'r Agt. have been fighting to get out of paying with fearful velocity till the track spread of Walker, of Lancaster, a harness stalCincinnati, O. and Cen'l plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. the shortage because, as they allege, tho and all went headlong to the valley bo lion for 3500. This stock will be shipped H. E. HUNTINGTON. Every plow warranted to Manager, destination next Monfailed to discharge his du- low. Three of the crew were killed and to their State's agent GENERAL OFFICES: Ask your neighbor. Chamber of Commerce liuildiiig, Cincinnati, f). do good work, or no sale. others wounded; day. ty. .1 .- - , to-'n- y democratic convention held at Little IJock, Tuesday, together with a full State ticket. Gov. Kagle's continued success and increasing popularity are appreciated by his friends here, who attribute them very naturally to the fact that he fortunate enough to secure a charm- 1M(, - woman for his wife, the accomplished .Miss Marv Oldham, of latllson. They are having a red-htime in Louisiana over the proposition to extend the charter of the lottery concern. The debate in the legislature U very acrimonious and from one to three or four men ,mvc ,)uen kn,wl n ene,, of UlL. pArUw!i where special elections have been held to till vacancies, over the nuestion of lottery or no lottery. A final vote is exwith the result pected on the bill very much mixed at present. s .... ot to-da- ti, nt j jc - ar explosion of tire damp occurred, in the Spring Hill coal mine, in Fayette miners were county, ivnn. Fifty-twat work, of these is escaped, hut .the others were cut or and perished. Water broke through a shaft and a voting min- er, carrying u lamp, was running ahead to warn his companions of their daimer His lamp set fire to the from drowning. fire dump and caused the explosion. Patrick Costella swore out a pence warrant again&t Capt. Win. i'.rown, of McCarty's railroad camp in Madison and went with Deputy Sheriil' Broaddns to identify him. Ilrown was founl and as thosheriU'was placing the handcutls on the mitn's uplifted hands Costella fired. The shenrl killing 15rown instantly. then arrested Costella and placwl hint in jail at Richmond. This would be a pretty trood case for Judge Lynch to work on. o starts, IltfW. day. George 11. Harper, formerly superin-tendeand chief engineer of the Cincinnati it Green Kiver Ihtilroad, has been appointed conernl manager of the Ken- tucky Midland road, with headquarters at Frankfort Charley Plytlie, the Richmond, Ky., negro who murdered Col. Jones at Ci cinnati and who was to have been hung in the Columbus penitentiary has had his sentence commuted to life imprisonment. Gov. Ruckner has appointed Mrs. Luke P. Plackburn, Dr. Cary 13. Illack-burand Gen. H.isil W. Duke a committee to select a design and ai ranee for the erection of u monument to the late Gov. Blackburn, in pursuance of the order of the Legislature. railroad A new to start at Norfolk, Va., and run in a straight line across the country through Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Missouri, Arkansas, Indian Territory and Texas is the latest project. The estimate of the cost of the line is $70,000,000. The Court ot Appeals decided in the case of. 1. W. Lyons vs. the "bucket shop" tirni of llodgon it Miller, of Louisville, that money lost in speculating in "lutures can be recovered tinner me n trans-continent- nt SiTilsLiLi jMLJI At li X ti By that we mean. Still Hammering Down the Prices, Still gicuiL! the public the greatest bargains ever offered or produced. Every department will present a - j oo TOTPTyi bTII XJJLi iJJ XJLiJU'JCjXVJlJLN Goods VJC of Array of Seasonable at lowest prices, which have made the name THE LOUISVILLE STORE so popular in. every iiouseiwla in Stanford and. viciniiu. This week's bar- '.gams m SIlOCS UTC a,1l exception tO tllC TllLC. Ladies' Oxford tie (did toe. oc . worth fsl.ilt); Ladies' hid Shoes in and lace will bo sold -- -- An this week at 21.2ot worth S. Children's toe Slippers oOc, wortli 7jc; Chil- (l Mil S pa tcilt leather ti)S Oxford tOG SUppCI'S best quality 7oC, WOi'lll 31 . Wsses' spring heel patent leather tip lace Slippers 3J, worth SI o0 We wm aho iue free with even' pair of Ladies'. Shoes a bottle of (nt,yi.M, ijiuis PrCSSmQ. Any VePSOtl wlO llCeM ft U ,J thing U Oil r llllC 0 Dry Goods, Cloth, Itlg, Hats, llUHllS, La 1'pCJS, Jla.ttl 11$. i)'C . Will Sfll'fi t't'OlU 2o l() J() per CGIlL ' V, '' ifr w 4 all tlieil' CJSV LL E STORK. .llanaor. ' SPRING CLOTHING. Goods are Now All In h-g-- j pu-sl- ne SOUTH' & WEST .syiM4sgd6e&Qi-i0U,:. es-leg- o pros-,tat- e. , j ' . 1 4 tV A I vl jt i JAN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT s.'s-sio- 'Sj-'Srta- n.l ARKANSAS TEXAS. ;3Ics,:iJo.vs and Children's Suits, Light and Dark Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also larc line of Tanls. 1 j STAGG & McEOBERTS. .s v Kentucky Central R.R. "jiLtr. mn'i t. 1 -- j cow-nea- r South-Itoun- I -- 341 . 1 North-Boun- d. Herald-Enterpri- se, . 1 11 n 1 ' Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, &c, SEVERANCE & SON. . SO ' lo-j- ' -' ... -- rpi-nr- P- - Long-stree- t, 111. Ex-Go- J i . i t?' still-bor- n HIGGINS &M'KINNEY j j 's Hardware, Groceries. Stoves, Salt, Lime, , Vice-1'res- 'l far-gi- T . ..el'. 1JLI Z. W-lfr- . f u n, , I'd III' 'jfiplLfc ' iitH t ia.i dMM - Wn'fsnii i WjTV ttm lf umyini'M nyj .hmji-juiihii- jwyy-rtM.'H- jugun Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Juni: Fkkmi car-loi- Kanawha Salt at Mnrk UartlinV. BisiiKii twine and machine oil for fnli! II. ?? Mils. Vauuiit, daughter of "V. U. Gml-- I a gold medal, was won by Mr. Skillman; din, of tho Peyton's Well ndvliborl.ooil, I'll prize, J. O. Cooper, New Casth. tiled Wednesday. Judges, the Hon. M. J. Durham, Charles Btanfokd, Kv K 1800 by J. I'Vter. m Au. kinds of machinery and farming doorH c walton, uus. ManaRor MEANS llrv wire K'rvvnt. lor dows of Sine Ton A A loiu-fet'- iiiul win- . implements repaired in best manner by C. 11. St. Clair, Ih.wiand. m cheap. Lwiiiii.tii'h (iurdvn Seeds, frwh nitil I am auont for the A. It. lVnny. fioitiuiic. repaired and binder and mowor, the Watuikh and iewelrv .1. X. Menefee. warranted. A. It. Penny. Tiik bent plnt-- to buy drups, patent There Is a mistake in the last word. medicines and toilet articles 1h at A. H. Penny's. Another syllable should bo added or llrv your ychool books, Ink, tablets, rather inserted before the tlnal H. paper, penrilK and school mitijilles pf all kinds from A. It. l'eniiv. Tin: Intrkioi: Joi'knal has eniraetl a mini to take the census of Stanford ami "poJNfsT PERSONAL the list will be published if necesary. left for Kansas City yes- The cnuincrntorH an cautioned to be Hk.ii II terday. very careful or wo will catch up with Mil. and Mns. J. 11. Swain have been them. visiting lieie we Foil Cksii. On and after July Miih. .1. 11. I.kt in;is uiul I.yne are viswill do a strictly cash business and those iting in Lexington. persons oninu us accounts are earnestly Mini Ida Houki.i. bus joinotl her roijucfitcd to settle them at the earliest at Miildlesboro. K)fcslhh date. Combest tfc Allen, liveryis down n&du Mamiii K. II. men, Ilustouville. with bis periodical attack. Mil. K. P. Ci'iihy, of Pttur, Adams A I m niient for the Walter A. Wootl (.' , Cincinnati, wai hen.' yefctenlay. twine biml'T and other machines and i). .i)T. W. Jomw are back from inn prewiel to put them up at short noCentral University for the summer. havt all the repairs iiect'hnry tice. Mil. .1. N. Dn.NNY.nf tiiirrunl, wan thu ami can supply them at the smallest of frifiiili hero en route to Ixnils- - cost. Give me acbanre. I. M. P.ruee. jr'u-si BUSINESS. Sale. double seated barouche, Apply at this olllco. Tin: Centre College Uaso Ball Club came up the other day and but tho less said about it the better. Our hoys were Wliiteley twine not feeling well. best in the world. Iv you want to make double the but" ter from the same milk that you now do, read article headed "Valuable Discovery" and then consult Mr. J. I!. Hales. m 9 m W. II. Tit.iYi.on is now making five barrels of whisky a day right along. Mr. Thomas Paxton, of Cincinnati, was over Wednesdit ami engaged all he can make this season at X cents, tax to be paid by Bodes and Bobert Harding. Centre College conferred the degree of A. B. on.!. W. Bowen, Campbells- burg; J. T. Hover, BuddeH's Mill; K. H. My stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry are now on exhibition. The Bull, Frankfort; J. B. Cowan, Danville; 11. N. Craik, Frankfort; II. Y. Gnibbs, stock is new, of the latest styles and of the very best quality to be found. Shelby City; A. It. Ilatin. Denton, Tex.; Call and see it before buying elsewhere. All work WARRANTED to 11. L. Oelze, Cloverport; J. T. Price, LexFine watch repairing a specialty. ington; T. B. Terhune, Bradfortlsville; K. give satisfaction or money refunded. 11. Winn, Mt Sterling; I). II. Yeiser, Shelby City; Lee Biker Vunnrsdale, Horace Turner, Xicholnsville, J. F. Walton, Danville. Tho degree of Y,B. S. was conferred oi) W. B. Bush, G. A. McKoherts and J. S. Van Winkle, of Danville. Certificates of scholarship were bestowed on L. H. Van Winkle and J. B. McBoberts, Danville. f UUKC 11. Har-rodsbnr- g; AM' READY FOR BUSINESS. 3 H ROBT. FENTZEX.. H.4S.4RUPLE- imtmixmi'tiMmim.A Is Receiving His Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. .GO TO. taaaaaaeaaaaaaamaaaManaaaBaaamaBaaaaiasaRl purchaser. Tin: Court oi Appeals has dissolved the injunction obtained by the L. &X. against the Knoxville, Cumberland Gap and Iinisville, and that road can now extend its line through the tunnel into Miildlosboi-o- . CHURCH AF.FAiRs7 1 jm-ren- ts 1 1 Willi MsBtiu) sutlered a fearful rain storm Wednesday, which amounted almost to a deluge. Lightning struck and killed the wife of Cort Brown, a merchant, and their little son. Another son was badly injured. m TotMYisoiie of the longest of the year and the prosnectis that it will be ItnunxiM. that it will bo ailmntairuotm of to the purchaser as wnl! us ourselves, we onetifthe hottest. Another good ruin And Spades; will bfiiln on July 1 to sell exclusively fell Wednesday and the funnels would for eafch. Persons indebted to us will be pleated to have it let up now till after S: V!iite Il.v 1(. C. W.Miim.v, the noxt auditor whoat harvest, which is about to comaci,i the Mate of Keiittirkv, wont to IMils-v- . please come forward ami settle their ISeniss Sets, counts. Weatberfortl A. Cook, Huston-vill- mence. aw aivkhtm:mk.ts .1 1). M. Vcrry & Co.'s and Crossman's Alstj a fi'll stock of L..tulreth's, Ky. THRrtluinme of Manfortl Female ColT. Ciuim, of Hnr Mk ni Mhs. e lege are respectfully and earnestly reare ppeiklim tht week at Mm' Garden Seeds in papers. tll. in the highest Tmb quested to uieut at the College on atir-rla- y Pirineba Ilrow m'. terms of Prof. J. I?. Walton's manaue-meh, Siring', ire evening, thu Mst inst., at I o'clock. Mti1 hfc onemititul tnil 41'-'- nulr ia.( of S.anldr''. It im,h W. 11. 1'RTTt'o nnd U. II. Wad- tr Ii mtr, of the Preparatory Department of s Signed In tli 'iey are of the purr.t c n a K lfate wjltr Mis Mattio Paxton, Mrs. ape-ctile. Kw., of Soawrwt, attended tin 4lyr-- tht' oUt pr prictcr. Moe C k, ur Centre Colleee and of his competent Car-LoKehl, Mrs. W. II. llit:giiis, Mrs. t ir prrt many hAppy hour '.rrr, Kllnin aihiv I term of the Lincoln circuit court, ncilth Piofs, J. Frank Walton and ad A no an! happinea- - hor inv.ilid- - I kim John B. Foster. TiietiUy. writer, and forp'ei. ire lvrr it hat i r John ttupler. The scholastic year clos'1 nre -- John .NruUad Mjrc be has a cow S i never a coltr. more ltlichtd ed leat lriday. Cook' Srai.vox. Another candidate noardinc hmik aay from the noiy 1; and free from the mu.Kal moxiuito. With a ne host km'. had ft calf, but r oil, that hat Just received by for the patrouaee of summer seekers of plenty of tib, much pleasure cn be ohuined on TnitoHiciiisin receipt of mi invitation to pwM lot tf uillk anil baaae pretty dm; of old Our prin oncn n health and pleasure appear in tho above the water June. Dix river. beard, hrinniuK-Jm-' the Ratcaof the opening hall of lwkotu Inn on Mi hiiv cov. Per Mr. J. F. Cook is J3 oo M k. K. V. W'fUMt and wife have mov Tnu., tthicli will ocnr establishment. flue chnlyhoate water and at l'er Wtk t oo lay, he lias I'er Meal 4n i the Mb. Mr. Will H. Hanlio, brothc ip u l'ine Hill. Miaf Maggie Webb . "o is going to aet a splendid table at very C' mf Pit Month. fnr t title Mall Dealer in hr at t ptr ttk nr t. turned to that phew Wrtlneadav, aftr er of Mark Hardin, of thia placets one low rates. ee ail. itnt per ilay. Come and mi) onr week an1 of the uianaavrs a well ua a member of n ttel ure ou will tav the waxin C.irreiioinlni-ol- i Mit home. ued J r CO'iK Ji im Mk. ik I.. Pbnxy, of Bradford, ar-- the Hour committee. Wa hare a good supply of Webster's In re NttunUr aftcrmion to apeotf Unabridged Dictionaries on hand now RICSZARU WiLtixoroCoMPKowiac J. !!. Baueb-ma(i-nillnand we would be glad if those who have imkins in tht mile of bi left Wednealay for i. Inia, where Cor. Main and Somerset streets. la a Cii.dni.ibt for of Kenof l.i 'i eve. - Purw NhHE. spoken for them w ill call at our office. tucky, Mibje t to theAuiiit r r the the S ateitir party will Drmmr heeoee toarranne with the Wabaah I it. C. K. Giismy Remember we aend the Interior Jocr-xa- l rrturnl Tuwitljf for the ptyineut of tb damaeue t, t ijoiiieat llennraaev. l Ok, vouione year and pi ve you a 1,000-imby the his father " liv lt.tlM.rt AtHiVrsmi. xm of i .' thrtt wteck. OneuHitine promisingWarren-to- hook, all for If you have paid . i of his rarer". for the paper ami of lUrpor. Kanaa. II want the dictionary, MT. V3RNON, KY. Coiuolation, was killed and Wood-Mo-yuu shall iiave it for who liflsj btjett M'hsiK K. Itotrljn still Maintain ThMald and fine one, was badly ittjitretl. r. nit; school at HlootunVM, arrived another it ftne reputation. Chargci reaonabl. Having secured the services of Mr. Uauu'hman hae to com Gkeat complaints an being made all We tm rUy to tpeuil vacation with attention to the traveling public. for S2,X). s rvei the country that the census .vt. V NKWCOMB, Prop., j.treiits, Hev. ami Mrs. T. J. (Jodbejr. t are mi&aiug many peojile, either , Mt Vrtror. Miss lu wvcrul I'm. it r, after Oir advirtiMini: havini rexitmetl its oi- design. I am now fully prepared to do in,,iitlis' hUiy hofB, rota mud to Jttfuisoii-- . normal state by the expiration of most of through mistake, carelessness iR ,f Every section is desimus of making a V yfUniay. Mies Lucy Tato accoin-- t the horse notices, the Intxriuh Joi'rxai. good a showing as possible and if you are and will be her gaest font leaniued ita natial ie, after haeins ont m i Seaioo open.. JllllO 1 1 with a Grai..l Hop on missed yon should report at once to an I'ridav nc, l:inr i Dante called at 30 h..rp t.'W dys. extra pares with 20 or more out two rottaco till ul i.t enumerator or inform this oihVe and we Retuod rate for hoard andMOM Mk. II. T. Wilson, wbo 1ms been with numbers and doubled up once or twice. Ts TOK ioakd Jl LV lT will tee that you are properly listed. AND Week V A. Tnhble, atMkllhboro,forl5m0iith, Onr jMiron Pr Day cennot mot plain that we " !. . t" l)uisviJio, where he have tnrtailed the reading matter of the , (Msiil Meal 5 l'l'MOKD Himskli-did Man .McCtifr-ry- Cottage Keat, par work... 5 l a ifwHion with A. Poole A paper; on the contrary, we hve eivpii bus of INtlnski, who Has Irxltred in jil a " Month. u U'erk 3" much more than we agreed to. Thu se- hero It) days ao for rontt'inpt of court, Hon fed, per lay .... Nn. marble dwaler. ' fKOF. ASH Ml. .S J. 1VU4AM, Of rial, laabel. chap A sPOONAMORF. with tltU iatue and we puot hiuiivlf of it TtiL'Stlnv, by tiijiniiip All work warranted and promptly done ij.tl ( leorpctnwn. are gneata of hia father, Mr. are aure that oil who have read it will lb deed tlie tourt Imd ordoretl him to, Jhn Ptilbum, in this cmtntjr. The pro- - aeiee with ua that it has proved a very thuatrh ho did it under protect. Thu will be with Georgetown College charming story. Iftiid is in lown nnd vvut by DILl.IONP SWITCH, KV. .tgain next geasion, with an increase of his iHther nnd Uu:ed in his sou's iiitme, IW Pi.kaikk KaT. We are in re UK i innalary. intuud-m- l Deakr In thouifh it wns prtivwl that it was Axmk MiKivxcy returned this ceipt fi this from Middlesboru: Mr. .Mi for hiri tUnlittr, u ho &ud nud hns Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps - k from a protracted iait to Huatnn-ille- .Nimuel H. Helm and I'ncle now potu-i-i the ileud to it. Hoot, hots (.Vthing, H.rdware. ijueem-warhave been up here for 10 or 12 daxs MiMes Liuie and Blanche Twid in are, Furniture a .il a taking iu the sights of onr rity. They P.. G. Alfohu, census enumerator, says web brought her and the former bright General Line Grocorfcs, Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall nel our sanctum n tew minutes with chanced to drop In one day on our po he 1ms had a r?l picnic so far. r" ifu v Candie, Crots 'I ie. So. Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, lice court, when one of tin prisoners has treated him kindly nnd All kinds of i'ruduce uloc in exchange for Oo!v presence while here. Pot)rn-c- , Lit ingttn, Ky. his long list of interrogutorief HUtl who wah acquainted with Uncle Leiws, F.MM.V .IXO IIltLUItSAl'rLKl MlSSIM Jewelry and Silverware. Foxie Penuiiigtoii. ami Messrs. W. A. wauted him to co on his bond. The old without a murmur. We learn, though, Tnbble. G. L. Penny, B. A. Banks act! man spoke up at once and informed tht that he has failed to ask thu girls the THE 5TH EXHIBITION ..itic and Tom lackey attended the Dan- - prisoner that he was in Middle&liom on most important ipiustion, that is: "Art-yoor not?" The matter Railroad Tho 'It bop and speak of it in tho moat ox- - a pleasure trip and bigning loml was business ami being out for pleasure will be investigated and if he has failed Uauigant terms of praise. to propound that iuiorttiut interrogato Prescriptions Care Prompt Attention Bb.A S. Mokikti nnd wife, of Mid- could not fltlord to do an v business. ry, we shall lay the matter before Mr way, arrived yesterday and will bo the Mrs. Ueoro T. McKob-ertFm.1. Dkm. Harrison. guests for a few days of old friends, who given to EngravJr., fell dead at her home, Tuesday fully Compounded aie delighted to see them again. .Mr. eve milk', it h Mippo.ed of heart disease. Tnr. Scottbville Sentinel interviewed Motlett will till his old pulpit morning Shu was sitting with her ing and Repairing old Mr. II. 1C. Huntington, alter his ride over and evening nct Sunday. chatting pleasantly with the Cumberland railroad burvey, but baby in her lap, at all hours, day Hit. J. F. Pbm-owas up Wednesday Home girls, when bliosuw Mr. McKoherts could get nothing definite as to hisiuteii Willie Held of Watches, Clocks to see Uncle Billy McClure, father of drive up to the gate. Telling a negro tions. Of the line he Mid: "It is really Judg.o G. W. McClure, of Bockcastle. He boy to go and ojten it, she got up to meet much less dillicult and costly than I had and Jewelry. and night. is suffering with indigestion and an en- her hii&hiuid, but after taking a Mep or been led to believe. I tiud a natural is largement of tho heart, ami the end two she fell to the Moor, with the child, route the greater part of thu way and the Watches completely demagnetized in, fifteen minutes. not far off". The old gentleman is past and by the time he i;ot to her she was country is far above the average merely ;With ajr B.H. DANKS, Jeweler, Ki years of age. J S WELLS, Ph. O. Proac.Clk. gasping her last.) Shu had not been com- from a farming standpoint. I had been Wk are pleased to observe that that plaining and her Hidden death wbb n ter- told it was almost bterile. I think well BIG PREMIUM old agriculturrobiiHt and rible shock to her husband and relatives. of the road." Main Street, Opp ST ANFORD, Ky. alist, Col. W. G. Welch, of Stanford, Mra. MeKoberta was a daughter of the Karrurlicu'an and catalogue ailtlre" DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. been appointed delegate to the Farmeis' lato Kphraim Smith, of tiarrard, who, it J II. COOK, Secretary, Congress, which meets at Council Blutls, will be remembered, was found dead in The lloyle county republican comHustrnville, Ky. 'ill. Col. Welch will rend a bed, having been called as suddenly as mittee has ordered a convention to bo la., August paper, entitled, "When should alders be his daughter. The old gentleman raised held at l'arksville on the 1'Sth inst., to M SALESMEN to Hell N'urtcry cut '."'Frankfort Capital. cooili u.irrantfd a large family of children, nearly all of nominute n full county ticket, which" hns eb21uGCL nock All Permanent, pleas whom survive him, Mr. Weed T. Smith, not been done lor a j;ooil ninny years ant prcfituMe posltiont for the right rutin. Cood CITY AND VICINITY. nUiitt and cxpentvs paid weekly Lilieral in. of Stanford, being one of them. Mrs. past. They hope that there was ducemvnts to beginner. No preiou experien c A Suro Curo fcr all Ditcasos In bad feeling engendered in the dem- nt'.eiary Outfit free. Wruc for lermn, si.n Ni; tilnssnnru nnd Jolly Glasscfl at MeKoberts' maiden Jnanie was Mattio CHARLES F. CHASK, N'ur.eryinan. age and she had been married about four ocratic primary to insure the success of 2 .Mention tnii paper Kocneier,.N A. A. Wnrrt'ii'fl. years. Her tirst child died, her last was tlieK'-o- . p. Judtfe H. V. Jncoba, OLDOi.n fioui and silvur taken in exclintip? In her arms when she fell, hut fortunatecandidate for tlekxito to tlio conforoods. Full vahio allowed. Kobert ly was not hurt. Thu funeral occurred stitutional convention, will not, howev EERTIIERFQRD HOTEL I'Viuel. at her lato residence Wednesday after- er. it is said, have opposition from any Arts Ins from Impurities of tfce Elood, end HlSlONVILl.E. KY. Ax t'licaiiipuiuiit of the tato guard t noon and in about 2 hours from the iniiirier,au parties recoK'ni.m nis amiiiy from Functional Derangements. Crab Ort'hnrd in ono of tho probabilitica time she appeared in health, her body and thorough eiiuipiuent for the posi- - P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. wufl consigned to the earth. Truly iu tion. of the season. Hawm leased the above hotel. 'lefitted anJ A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AND A CERTAIN The June oratorical contest between tim mt.Ui. nf lifi wh nro in ilwith. WImo I am prepared to accommodate the pi h ..uu...f like the deceased, A i..MM.iiK on tlu new extension OckJ style Rate reasonable College lie in is he, who, prepared the literary societies of Centre PREYEHTIOH OF HOG CHOLERA. 13 mi track of the L.iN:N. at Middlesboro throw for the awful moment, by beekiiii; Ilim was held at the .Second Presbyterian Livery and Sample Room attached C llailey, (.encral Men h.iiidie, 'I trnersulie ForalebA. K. I'enny, I)ruBglt. Stanford, a fur oil" the track and fatally injured while He may vet be found. .She had clmich, in the presence of u large audi, W C ( N' II McCaity, Uruggut, Wjynetbur' ne. M Plipraon Row hud; Routen, Druggist, MilledKeville HOUSE, 'W It Or Jhard Mt IISaltra, J V- General Merchandise, Kini.ville. C J .coch Ar driller, Drujfgiit' KuniU'tt, John Arthur Win. Huukli'v, Thomas Ilruesi! (.iod nnuinberof years ence. The contestants were: J. O. Coopgiven her heart to C irnming Preachersyillc, Crah A Williams, Uabtin and Bill Hale. i Kinney Hater, General Merchandise, Highland F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, Christian church, er, New Castle, subject iu0 and joining the J. It. Curry, Harrodsburg, "Our London, - - - Kentucky. You will miss a treat if you do not at- lived so that the summons found her A ready. Sincere sympathy for the young Traditions;" Jonas liarclay, Fnyetteville, I have moved to my new Hoteitand am better tend the hop at Halo's Well is felt by N. C, "Is Oratory Adapted to Our prepared than ever to accommodate the public Kood band, a ooil 6upper and a koo1 husband and other relatives attached Day?" James It. Skillman, Cloverport, uood Livery me a call. and every convenience Give Koch Keeping, Short Hand, TtlegrapKy, Jte time generally are prQtuibed. Danee called many friends in thu dark hour of their I B? atrl FRANK R1LEV. Write for Catalogue aitrf full imfortnatlon. "A Nation and Its Destiny." Tho prize, 77 Htlliction. UlOVIIaaLCaif IV r S:S0 r. M. at VI, t If. Mil. MuNin W. Kvvns and wife, Kansas City, were vWUiik Mr. 15. Van-rs,lal- e. Prof. Mark Colhs, of Lexington, began a protracted meeting at tho Christian church, Hutonville, lust night and will continue till further notice. W. L. Goods Williams. The meeting conducted by Klder John I. Bogers at Coral Hill closed with 2:! additions. He commenced another meeting at Mt. ZIon clinch, near Gl.igow Times. Bev. S. A. George is being tried a church court at Mansfield, .)., for "a hugging and a kissing of the sisters" of the church. If the sisters are as good looking as some of the sisters hereabouts, we don't blame the parson. It would be worth xpulsion to be able to enjoy such osculation ami einbracement. Hise-ville. re SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Give him a call. A.A,WAMMB3W "MODEI GROCERY" Fop Garden Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks in bulk. Onion Xortlicrta Seed Irish Potatoes, Red eMi-ulHV- . e. Peas and Jl spt-ak- a COOj&'S I 1 nt sFmiras. ultH-riM- n m For-estu- f l Fresh of nvr I anawha li n, pio-prieto- r, . I t- - -- MA1.K FIABBIN r '! n , C WAKKEN HOTEL. Groceries, Hardware, &e, rail-ma- d - ti,l n NEWCOMB well-knj- mli-iou- , (ioiy, a, ;-'- .'0. NOTICE. ofl'i-re- d pro-inie- e Spe-et- ht-r- j eiium-urator- Sj-t- MR. THOS. DillTOlSr, OF CHICAGO. - :HALE'S "WSIil. . 6 11 . br ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK CO thruh cc.-i!'.- i I A- R. PENNY. w- ,. L-v- Bow-se- ll e, a&idJE!fEL.W WATCH, Watch. JI 1 ICvery-Itod- y of l.i-- r M AMFil )JlHr Best bow-loggi- s, SutoBViue Fair July 22, 23 and 2 two-inontli- 'aaVsJTWrSftiaarT horny-hande- d LIST. 7. b. MoBOBEBTS, Court-House, Iii-- J 30-t- il DR8 ELLBOTTJS tirt-cUc- Medicated Fit), sulli-cie- nt demo-crati- i: -- HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs m m 1 7 . rirat-cU- is . THE RILEY I- .1 - V ;" r BRYANT & STRATTON Business College IV' I bV IIOll i V m fe- - r r i u te It? rf V II I i in w, (I (fe lltri - coner, I do not wish to rouso falso hopes," bo said; "bo prepared for tho worst, nnd yet tho result is iu Uod s hands still." -- ) Olt KeCistercd as Hob Link As fast ns it was at ull safo to do so CiJbtitvuit MtwiBAiiY Chicaso RiJe- many moments of valuatito timo was spout Chester Carrington wns told of tho past, Friday Published Every Tuonday and Shop to searching tho largo house. In the hope that aud his surprise was unbounded us .he Trial j ji'ias Nred uy the great AT grasped the idea that he had lived so many he had gono into some of tho rooms. t, ire of Nutwood t if,, v"dcAvod t 10: IMmotH Hay t 13, Fred Arthur t tjt mid 3 sons Isabel shared Pompoy'a alarm fully when years in such a state. ADVANCE 3 PKB d dmiKhtert in the s 30 list Isabel, at his request, brought a small she learned tho situation. Mr. Falconer I ea:tu' .tli I dum Itetlle Kfnkcad Coatracttr nJ. sire to Tbo Romantio Story of a Dross was not at home nud Tom was out on an mirror it. Ids bedside and he looked at him- .f Dr. West t ifX- aWTWhen not io paid S2.SO will be charged old man!" he "A white-haireid dam full sister to 1 Monro tt,liy Jim LOUISVILLE & so Pompey rushed out alono upon self In orrand, CINCINNATI Mnkor'a Rlao In Life. , Chiefs i",, his soaroh, eagerly Inquiring of cacit polico-nia- inurtnuivd, feebiy. "How strange! how Monti.-- tire ef Mnnruu MhsI'K Chief Kitty Italosc 1 i1, K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. io, Lady Menroe 16, strange!" Daily, Set ores t. Iratelrr., nud putting them upon the lookout 19',, Kins Jim ' 'h nnd to others 111 jHis physical strength failed fast, but his No one had noticed tho missing man, and Train leaves Kowland at 7:00 a. in., returning Dy Mrs. m. Howard. mind mis as clear and acute as it had over list. HKLMONT CIllKr'ls a Rrtsit horse, pme. MOST RAPID ROUTE Pompoy started for tho polica headquurlors at x:iQP.m form and heauty, and with rnie in search of assistance. Ho was hastening boon, ami he seemed perfectly aware that ln ewy. ssmmctiyof av of u"" nnd hlteat Ins motionless Ker attempted between the great commercial Copyrightti, JSW.J along a crowded thoroughfare when his at- htsclu.s were numbered, nnd ho could not bloodline, tliele I no rcuvoii, with kooI L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. on the Ohio Ktver and Chicago, and hence sight. be lhosilil not kxHsie the equal of his Cities tention was caught by the familiar form of bear to have Isabel out of hisdear," ho said. the fastest time and must comfortable trains be.11 50 am "And I did not know you, lre und illustiloti brothers and sisters. Mail train going North. nr.Ht CHAPTER XII. tween all points in the South, or to the West and tho object of his search In advanco of him; ..1 16pm " South Will mate tin" season of iS.. at my .tallies nt Northwest. The launterpurtof this 1 to p m train on alt "Homo again, swcot, sweet homo!" said ho was crossing a streot, nud Pompey ob- "How the u.Tcetlounto heart must havo McKiiitter, Ky.nt Express train" South trunk lines it denominated '1 he Limited Kxpreis, been grieved.'' 117am Isabel, as sho stood beforo her mirror, served with horror that ho was directly in ' North h ..6 70 a m The Mipvrb rolling slock we employ else, pstnins "Hut ou know mo now, father," sho g Local Freight North carriage, tho 5J8pm dressing lor dinner; "was over a pluco so tho path of a Unlimited C.mlort $30 the Season, South smoothing his white hair. Say M nun, get Motion and stick tn Motion, II driver of which seemed to bo gesticulating said,Yes, dear as home!" also carry patenters. The latter train " dear, and I can tell Alicia all nbout With the u.u.l n turn jiriilees Limited to su yost want l save money and have a pleasant Join- "Then tho sunny South has not qulto und shouting, but poor Chester Curriimton, our little Isabel when 1 got home." on standard time. Solar HfV The above is calculated i,iitiie marrs taken .vour heart captive," snlil Mr. Va his white locks stroamlug In tho March for lull information, time cards, map- folde CHOW J time if about o minutes lasicr "My poor, poor Chester!" and Mrs. Pemconer, lcokinir up from his paper. Ho was wind, was also gesticulating and talking to ftr, t ill nn ir 4itdre. bed nud shod great, W.i. (Kfsll.T p.- , Ks. ruddy and strong again, better evon than himself, ns he often did in tils present state broke loaned over the A I'hi. I, J,s IIVKKt--KOIH-.- Is, ,Agl tin. III B. beforo his sickness. of mind, and paid no attention. Tho driver burning tears of pity and distress at sight !' M l'i .si.nlor.t tho "No," sho replied, thoughtfully; "de- pulled savagely on tho lines, tho burses of "Notwhito, drwn fitee. more, dear little in this, lion t" Congre.s Democ- - lightful as 1 Chester any a Candidate for I't t il , 11 hiniU b'rfli f'Sl.d pnl our visit there was, nud much as reared aud plunged, but their impetus was mother," he mild, ot the l)U..t ...Ujeatothew.il i.m iv C'"P gently; "but rich, happy iW" His 1.1 tUiii I'Vt.ray aisle, I loved grurdmamtna and the rest of tho such that thev could not stoo quickly racy. '.y Mt n trt met, Hesv Chester, now, lie who was lost is found prrh ti.'iii, A friends, there is no place Hue homo, aftor enough, and poor unfortunate Cheater 01 M nl r,h MrsseniierCliirt.sire . ! dm lis in plain Mght of agouUod Pompoy, again, and is going hunt." all." i iV, , ist ilain tcimif Klm 1 MISS It wns ImiKissiblo to mourn for him ns for Maniorilio Merniier, vldmi'iS Min' rino Chief, "Where is futhor? Havo you scon him was lying stunned nud otitiselass on tin one ) lemucNi, Imp Napilon. iti ,!m cut otf iu their full strength, and grlei 4tli dan Itc.or.l 1 .j', oalr.l Aptil ). Mi r.., ,..oi,nlii to the orficeofSu ..j-.- of latol" The 70 was an undercurrent of crossing. llarnahy't Dm was tempered by rejoiclntr that his memory Ms il.im l.v lirr;jth tliml. Schools Elec- t,- nrs, anxiety in his voice. plnende,.f'common There wore plenty of willing bands to lift had come back tq lly HAROLD, .ire ol Maud 8., record J oil,.! mede.Sthdam l Cannon'. Whi. .h dam by him so marvelously Slondnv in August hipp I'araeoa Mentr Chief was sired hv and b are in the 1 30 list. "Pompey und he, with Orace, went to the injurod man mid help Pompoy to "My dear niece, do not. 1 beg, rvproacb Abdallah I'll ; i.tdam ly Mmbrin 1 drive," sho replied. "Isn't it wonderful carry him where surgical assistance could irtt dam Vnlande daas A V abo, te ord t. iir.ircti.snuu yourself," said MnJor Carrington, oartiest .iliiro'v Msminiii tnier. .v Marvel ) Hy ItKI.MoN'l.atreof Nutacmd, t 1,1,. how ho clings to herl Ahl if I could only li. M. Met. enter 1 i6(. nti ill, iy; "the Issue of life and death are it: mng vjH , ttnbtrt H tttonl a dim nung IVrtu, trial in loving recognition how perfectly jj. county in the win his f t lod' hamW, and 1 look upon It as a re 1 n-- t and other one ham of Voltaire 1 tot aire 01 Umsemer 1 Is a Candidate to represent Lincoln happy I should bo," and sho sighed heavily. , marknble Providence that my poor brother's AhUIUh I'll 4 was sired hy Alexander, Constitutional Contention I'll" of PortM.n a ,, (sir ol Misuse ;4 "It is indeed n singular infection, und famhrlno Chiet He i.tdam Rlandin h roeaed 1 tj. life is endlnir so happily. If lie had sUiywl Jam of Hymen. ( year-nlGraco soems to return his love sincerely iSS, Jim and others UamufChilde Harold, record in rn HillLi with us hit was ox posed to danger, nlto, sc sued lVkard 1 AbdalUh Isirr of Kysdyk's iT-rs'-' and fully," said Mr. Falconer. "I doubt if Alexander'. land s " M. do not griove 1 entreat you, on that acaire of Dter i,S(lired (iold.wHh Cranddamof CnnnjufM sireaxl Clunm.rr 1 1 ,, you could havo persuaded him to return 111 YAjA 1 n, k in mm sired Maid Jailer 14: M"t I, rand dam Of Yuba 1 t count," for she had roprottchenl herself bitIs the nominee of the Republican party lorat the with us had it not been for lior influence. TOHriy,vttr.v.'WrfeTrj Robert McOrtaor t 17. ue ol Ronnie M.(irxsor Hy MAMRKINO CIIIErVatra a Lady Th .1, . terly, thinking that if she imd left him in j i , Ac, Ac of Casey County and asU your upport Do you know, dear, I feol a vaguo unxlety record 1 ill, , August election his quiet horn he might have It rod many j 10. siaa sired hv Alexander s 1 Dam Portia, by KOKKUCK. St. Kitsiu, about him whenever ho is out." Abdallak. dam said Kibe by I rao Brllfouader.Ac yeiirs. Ikasnby W "But Pompey is so strong und so devotod Miiihriix Chief, the sire f tne .erood dam of t The alxive IIIPK -He Imd seemed unvsuulty cheerful after A. S. to him," returned Isabel, quickly, "I had retord of Chief. Jr. hoped MiHwsin MambniMi sirsxf the freat Lady home we eapect tilss titeo nan mea.nre Hall. hi. .pc .1, the arrival of his friends, nnd they muter this I'atchea; who in tttra sired never thought of danger. Perhaps I did j it, ami SURCJKON DKNITST. lie might be spared for soma Utne. His life l.ondfin t o.4 and olhera isijo and better VAUO will make the season on the i.nn .if wrong to bring him away Ironi his home . ,1 tt jhka t i,S; Barfor the p.vst twenty years was n perfect and al aires! the dams of liny Wile, otaers witk X. MuaieA Co . sii.er l'i. I, Ky., j mile, troi Office on Mam street, oxer haunts, but I did so long to win his affection, Kkhpi..aO on the I an.a.ter turnpike. on Wilkes 1 is and the dan. $ Drug Store, Stanford. blank to him now, and ho was curious to record', rf j and belter if not his recognition," and she looked at know what luid occur red durtnrr the time. He will .land the season of iV at mriuMt her husband with a sense At and so fur as ho thought prudent, MnJor near Turner. site at of alarm. -- ."vwjs-y c. Carrington had answered his innuy quesDo not lot my fancy distress you," he Hi. nt(est .oil. art iming iwo sear i'I.I- X' $10 to Iusure a Living Colt. U ill mtf nun at to .em por .1 a. ' . tions. said; "ho is probably as safe with Pompoy DENTIST. lit.i. ,ill p ..ibl. in , I, t 1, 4 nul ie. in.i ( r He dropped to sleep quietly nt the usual herons at home; by tho way, I huve a let1 it a . t. 1: nt. r , j r Portman House, ter for you from Lottie," and ho handod her hour, and the w itchers took their places at Office on Mam street, opjxxite T s pi KS M Oxide Uas gtsen for painless a white envelope. bedside. tlie up stairs Nitrous "I was caroloss to havo extracting hi At midnight thero wus a change, forgotten it so long." STANFORD, KENTUCKY. B3 breathlugbocame more labored and short "One whole hour since the postman came, or, and a hoavy, gray jwllor settled ovor you naughty man," she said, playfully shak-ni- g Tiiniir. wurtE rtexTr or wilmxo iusti St II. .41,1 W. B. her linger at him. "Dear girl, hor room bo sont for, nnd a messengor dispatched his thin features. Mrs. Montford Hew U .11 stat. t at my I ati'lrs at . Kiimty. the Isabel's chamber. "Come, Mrs. Falconer seems so vacant and lonely," and sho broke Horn-an, ihr. ijnk ol ii, was soon on tho come quickly." she said, hurriedly, and thrr for tho seal eagerly. "Sho will be hero in a spot. Mr. Falconer, who wont on to awoke Mrs. Pembrokeand Mitjoi week," commenting as sho road, "and her An examination proved that tho Injury Carrington and his wifo Office S01 th side Main street, in office recently parents a month later. Dear, happy little was on tho head, which had eomo In contact n.l r He was still sleeping when they renohec Hy ('.ill'. icated by.Dr. - Y Huffman. Stanford, Ky. rm, .lit. the peilree of il m unknown. girl; I llttlo thought that in bringing her with tho shnrp hoof of one of tho horsos. the room, but thero was death's imprint 01 l b here I was bringing her to home, love and n. ak- .ilJl.ir-c- , "It's a miracle titat ho was not killed in hts sunken features. .eas u I IV. .1 Mj- rf Io Wilt ll.'i. I i happiness.' stantly," said tho surgeon, gravoly, as he a. lei on you sjienk U loril .i. r Mbrirtheyw.il ' t "Oli! futhor, father, can not 'I little thought when I consented,, lookodupfroia tho .it ah) tim iia.l) I .fr,t mare. a I" ibal a lly strongly against my will, I assure you, to bettor get him homeexamination; "you had us onco tnoref" cried Isabel, in anguish, hi) of 1 Or and s.ia Logan's sterlo Se lias retold I have remoted my office to my residence, oppo pediroe ol staiid.rtl bred. as soon as possible" to sho wnti'hcd beside him. IIo otientxl Female C.llejje, where I will be f .und at all, accompany Lillian on a bonnet excursion, site AkTHfll SIM- -. ,..,i . HLC.H HMD. "Will ho live, do you thlnkl" Mr. Fal nn. Logan W'elerlo"iat daw hy Lesi Hubbies old her times. Waterloo Jr '. that I wus to meet my fate, tho other half coner asked the question anxiously; he eyes feubly, and looked at to Jlx long feat Hy tien Kaos, re t 14, with 11 in j ... . . earnestly, ns if endeuvoring her Stonewall I ackwii 11. r A I WOOD of myself, so to speak," ho rejoined. Cm Kmi ' tm haada high, oark bay assd a ad eo in t it cla the effect of the shock on Isabel. Ketibeii 1. oeer J.J ALLEN Hero, li, dam Daughter ,1 "There is a divinity that shapes our ends, dreaded impossible to predict," replied the urcs in his mind. urposes ad rthar Simi' i.r "It is Mrs. Pembroke took bis hand in hers S 11. breederat of good horse, tor all dam Lad) Arthur. 1. l. Ho.ru.a I hi.f, .11. .1 rough hew them as wo will," quoted Isabel, surgeon. was tho tlrst injury, and "Dear Chester, you are almost borne l"sh will stand "If and null) tkir gaod ones ,. lidy Masid looking at htm thoughtfully. "It is a beauti- he was In full this Lilly He is bodily strength, thero would said. in Foal. out ofhay iArthur, tanr.ughibred. proten ih.. - f ful thought, there is strme bands high and kas 1IGEKTS. great ovor-ruiln- g too, my dear, thatwhich, how-a be moro hope," und he shook his head doubt "Yes, almost there," ho whlsjierod, faint $G to Insure a Mare a fine breeder. Will aland at Providence fully. ly, nud again his eyes sought Isabel; oacl Watetlnn. Jr.isa very dark brown, or Mack, ever weakly and blindly wo may bo strugIsabel's heart snnk within her when breath was growing fainter, and the death fine mane and tail, compattly formed, full n CityLTonn. $20 by the Insurance. gling to And tho right path in life, can make Pompey appeared uloue, breathless with his aad a ae style and hands inch hljth, " even our slightest acts tho leading strings lusto, and with his honest, black face con- dews wore already on his forohoud. He producer irf combined hssrse.; perlecUy kind ia w ill slaad at gave Iter ono look of unutterable love, unc dispositstsii and a nre fnal getter WVANDOITK, jja6 by which wo are drawn toward tho crowning vulsed with grief. It was tho tlrst timo in events of our lives. Had you corao in five hor life sho had faced such a tragical event, with a last dying effort, gasped brokenly I lly Metinpollun. one of so . "Isabel, my darling cht ," aud breathed $8 to Insure a Mare in Foal. Kysdyk's Hamhlrtooian. the beat bred In. .1 minutes later I should havo been in tho and sho almost fainted with dreud as Pomkaelat; for hy VoiuMeor, sera.4 daatCl.ra his last. l(ayaik work room, nnd Jennie Dewey would huve pey told his story, his Also three good young- dam of Deatei .17 and (Nrtarar, thr .ire voico choked with Thoro was n look of perfect poaco and hap llttcd Lillian with a bonnot." Ky., DtHKlor sir; Phaluts nii) aad )nv r emotion. plness upon his face as ho lay in the dm k "In which caso thero would probably havo t o'eltk by William ist JACKS ALL WELL BRED, ol toPrince daas Ladyj iav and Jeremiah U elsb.si"! Mrs. Montford came at once to tho rescue cned parlors in his coftin; the noble look ol Insneruvl Has for sale some ot the choue property in the been no Mrs. Falconor to this day," ho reCorrespondence with hor bravo heart and strong hands, his young manhood had come back to him Iwo i ear old pat, at SO. and year old at dam an labret! U'agnrter mare This hot.c1,, booming city of 7" plied, with a smile. solicited, per mt oi thr ,,1.1 h r tarn. s II n . and while Isabel gave way to her uncon- and the family folt that It was Indeed wronp $0 Season due when olt i f Ja'e.l They went down to tho dining-rootb whim money blet.nian No 10, the fouader of the gr.ale-- i I iett retained on all coll. trollable grief, sho quickly made a bed ready to mourn for him, who, after so long a iierioc" familt the world ha. ever known, .., n.n 4 nnd found, to Isabel's relief, that for tho reception of tho jioor, limp form, Mares kepi on reai''le tern-.- , but no liabilitv JAS. G. GIYENS. WM.AYHES throngh kis eiH from 4 .lirTtrent hannel. of d.irlinoss and mental imprisonment, hue for acculert , ,....., Mr. Carrington and Oraco were there be,, which now appeared in sight, borno on a found light and lllxirty. and Isabel's griel J W. .l Hssdsk. Hamhletofiian, olnnteai, Metr polo fore them. "Wo had such a lovely drive," stretcher by strong hands. aud William Wrlah & was soothed aud comforted by tho thought I I KIS. I an.a.ter said Grace, eagerly. "Pompey Is such 11 T "Ha brave, my darling," whispered Mr. I 111-ttJMBINEU MU.t.loN, grand driver, tho horses seem to know every Falconer, as ho took his sorrowing wifo In that his lust look had been for her, lit Attorneys at Law, Inst word had been n word of lovo ior hit word he says to them, don't they, Papa Car- his arms a brief moment, SVDDI MAI LION, after tbo father child, and aho thanked Uod for the romem 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. rington I" had been laid on his bed and tho men had brniice. Ho nodded with a smile; he was never departed; "while there is life thoro Is hope, They carried him back to his hemo lu th Shreve llmMing talkative, and his eyes had tho dreamy ex- and every thine which human skill can do ill make the .ion of ta at m .lablc at Staa-- fi toi-y- r South, and a statoly monument mark the pression of 0110 Just roused from sleep. His shall be done for him." nl at $i" the iaou or hi; spotwhoro ho, with tho sweet bride of attitude toward Isabel hud not changed, aud Poaled Mat t.l 1. ari'hMaho.-on- ) attit, Thore was a dUcolorod bruise on his she seemed an object of mild wonder to him skull, near tho spot where the first injury youth, sleop sweetly and quietly together $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt, ba. ol high, hr i , tiaoe and tail, 1. .111 t '1' SiS-HDIDG.,nd fan 1 ; is Ik th a natural and plea.aiit a.i separated in life, but united in death. as she called him father, nnd lavish-tihad boon recoivi'd, und thl was carefully ill not ! allowe.1 to erve breeds fancy and when quirt It driten 1.1 A strango thing occurred when Major S.uml and all right tho affection which sho could not repress shuvon and treated in the best possible He . . Huh-la- il fvi like a trotter 1 r n r and H .ml'er f tt)le n L Carrington nud Mr. Falconer, with Isabel, ware, that are not regular broeders Moue) due .ides 10 Ibe tl.ir ' n r upon him. 'siked '., i "J r irauaterrcd A oughbie.l. on both i,le iiaVinghim sery a thi.t manner by tho surgeon, who, with Dr. Con-ro- went to remove tho young wife's reinuins wben Ibebe oil ium, mare i.ntil paid for Ho would held on all iolt her eyos with the lien will Harness and Saddle Horses and samo puzzledoften look in he first wore, und hud accompanied the sad procession. Pedigree Harris n Chief, i and anetghtl) in gait, 111 loira anu nm.h a pr.'e The sexton remarked upon the unusua! Ics riptioii an look which lie lay unconscious still with fluttering dealer in Fancy Roadsters. is a ird aorrel , stands it hand, j toche. in beiKht: model lie was sited hy Sumpter llenmar. say, mournfully: "It is strange, very breath, and n faint, irrogular beating of tne He by t'sddard's Denmark! he by Ciainc- - Kit 5 sears old thu spring, has bit; tail and matte . well'. .. m Id tr.tnge, how vou remind mo of souio 0110 I heart only to tell Chtef, 'y " Horses i.r",' t i.l.) Harrison Chief; he by ClarkLute, the .) aire he l Deuiuark he bv tbrraie hor.r, lio.n. it he was yet allvo. that . t 1 III. fir.l dai.i Imp lleJgrford dam of Ilia dam ..' of 1 ady home l i havo known but can not recall." Fiitcentear expenen were ut once sont to Major u for K. Telegrams j , jc--tf dam of llairiaoii Chief, Jr, if hv Sir Uallaie.be b T.nl'ioiiter I 1 sANIHDir Hanker ayW- 'l Tho child, however, seemed a thing of the Carrington and Mrs. Pembroke, and then t of a asare he b, Sir lbeit. (thornughl red) ad d by . son ol Walton'. Mambrmo be out present; a reality which ho could grasp, tho family, with Dr. Conroy, settled down 1(U. by Miaevokey, finius dam of irgiim.. j I raiil.t. l h..i b Alesai.ders Ab.Ullah, i ij ll F uggestmg no torturing thoughts which re- to anxious waiting for further develophe by Obi Lciintoa, id dwn by Skawhan'a Toi dam a be hv the tele .rated Ma,n AxirjT" i lyr Whipp nurr dam hf Hill, he by Ball M k'nK: 4 fused to take dufinite form, and on her ho ments. by Weill Cro, ket; sth dam by Haliora; 6hdas 'wished tho love which Isabel so craved, Crusader It was nearly midnight when ho arousoil TO.II sold a iiecping her beside him hour aftor hour. H WlUon of Cyntlnaiia. Mr W Dr. Conroy had 1 from his doathiy stujHir; Ho said little about his Southern home; roiiibintd gelding, a full brother of Hatnvsa Chief Son of Walloc Denmark abose, 1st ilain ' M laid down upon a eouoti iu the room, and IsaMr also sold two oih.rs at $i,7o jJKr4Xv Jr , for thnv seemed to havo f adod from his mind ; but . the race horse gelding for let s Denmark, bel and Mr. Falconer sat by the bedside. 1 Alt., Henaker Mild another combined horse more dam Plorie , jdhe by b) MomgoineryIifinn n -- I dam icc.tsioually ho would look nbout him as if Lree.l Ho had urged her to retire with the rest $r .o you can ther.ihcr at of this as the i. bring dam hy (lid Drennou. Tom 1. a fine tli..r ' ho missed some familiar presence, und ask tl'mn MfTAAKES.tfTH a'f.r family, but bho oould not; she had of black with heat 5 tuai,. 11. .1 i.ii.ijt, I1.11.'. r wmght pri e than an) i.tlier stallion ' filer, JErVVK I lt'c3 Jf. 'tv" than an Pompey if Major Carrington had come in fnlt the aad ia a natural saddler and I 1. .ijscu 1 3 1 Am I intutlvoly that the injury was fatal . " I k b ji 5?. kJ II W'H foii vet, and receive with breeder. sur' snw : she could not lose tho precious moments f My Splendid ouiig Saddle Sla.li.ni, '1 lie above tusk will make thcseaM.i, U'i k wim??-??- : ' f prise the intelligence that he had not. K the life so dear to her und which she be- mi farm )VJ miles from llu.tontllle. nr irt at ' jTJ, Pompoy hud taken caro of him so long that lievnl to bo so short. tlitU ',ir iui-v7"Ktx ! ter's station, and . will be permuted to ere n . ' by the insurant! he knew just how to humor every whim Sho was pale, but more comosed, and sho diminishes i and make him comfortable. He was a rose and leaned eagerly over him as sho S 15: Tom M. splendid fellow, a perfect specimen of hU obsorda lluttering movement in ono of at tu sla'.lr al sian-- f " --. Wil' make tb- - r.oi ..f r.l. .it ruco; tall, stalwart, and with a keen Intelli- the white bunds which lay upon tho counter-pane- ; DENMARK LEXELL, which would have dono crodit to a moine.ntjnnro anu tho quiver ran regulator co. atlantaga gence in a higher station. His devotion to lVr, Wn'l.t, MKV 118 THBK.' bradfield OVtmU $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Son ,.f Wallate De .mark, a hands. ut many . ' over his features, and then tho mild bluo .fc W ' l blixnt. will he of r his unfortunuto charge was untiring, und eyeis opened slowly Thero was a strango woight of the coflln. aud, at his suggestion, .e .m it. Mono due when the colt i foaied or the marc tine .lie anil StiKk onmiittt-- 1.1 my care and bre-..tv ; the body wis jotritied, aasl no inconvenience was too great to suffer in look in hem: the parted with expression was it was ojiened it attenttnii (Iras, f .rnt brown, with receitc m per-ohU interest. thero lay the young Aliolu, n bonutiful Grade shured in his pro- - K00t anti replaced by n now Intelligence Kaele I'eumark i a beautiful '.e paid forlKlorr rem a f will It at reasonable r tt. stutuc, every foaturo intact nftor twent.t good mane .ind lull, is hand i inchv. high,handled .tin k N n v,.onsil'ilit lor aiLiilentt re- - ip tectlvo love, and ho was never weary of bei-'Alicia," ho murmured, iu a low, tromu yoars obi this Spring; has i j ear Parting with mo. k forfeits insurance mjim r of Intormont, mid Isabel looked upon more than two w. eks, but henever contributing to her pleasure with s ni;s or is full ol gaits and voice,"whoro am J M KKLK CAKI'i-ST... h al ey C ahn linil anlnnft.,1 In doh the best proapet t Inr a producer ol saddle aad neali due ,'K I). ' stories, which were fully appreciated by tho louswandered, taking I ?" and his oyos slow thil liioflior A' Mississippi Newport Ni ly in the Soh'l Vestiliuled Trams to with feolints which may be imagined but combined horses in this part ot the State child. upartment. Hv ivassirod by On Pime, he by Stonewall lack Lottie returned nt tho timo nppolutcd, "In my house, father," and sho bent over not described. win, he by Washington Denmark, be by lllaik and was once more domiciled in her room. Denmark. him tenderly; a wild, sweet hope hud solzcd New York, Site was so much better now that sho could her, Lottio Is the cherished wife of Dr. Conroy, istdain by son ol Alexander's Norman that he was yet going to recognize and ml dum one of ihu bunt nsad atares eser in Cen'Ihls trotting and combined slallioti will tna.c walk short distances easily without her love her. Last and Southeast. who bus set hor up on a pedestal in his All point ' the present season at Dr. P W Logan's n tral Kentucky. Only one nilit out 1mm Lexington. ;rutch, und her face, sweet and puro al1 lotat of Milled(;villc 011 turnpike road leading: I , "You call mo father," ho said, slowly and heart, whero ho burns tho incense of unCoirectcd Time Card in Klfect an. la, i8)o. ways, was illumined with a soft glow of feebly. ceasing devotion beforo her; her home, Stanford. In these pediRiee yot will find royal breislmg "I had but ono child, and sho though Dc'criplion and Pcdigri-happiness which rendered It doubly charmWaterloo is staa stallion, you will ten indmduiils oi not us grand ns Isabel's, is n tuple, and ill these .i,i.l Vant.Mail Accom "Dally. was a llttlo babe." .... tvml urd bred, blck 17 hands hi.'h, weighs i,x) , o. I...,.!.,,. aw.,.l i. r,,,M ing. Dm lv Dai v Ves STATIONS. "And I urn sho," tho warm tears falling and is furnished with the puro, sweet taste, M.ur l..i... where lhey wili bo properly cured -r ent stle and nctitin and is n sun- r ,1 mare Express, Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun Dr. Conroy, though an undemonstrative on octter; his progeny comlntiin speed and fir t c.V saNhidoi: ids face. "Your baby and Alicia's of its mistress throughout, n poom, tho key-,(..t . .(u.ilities. He has n rrc rd of 1 not control his eyes, und grown up to womanhood, dear father." Iae suildle Itichi-lieu- ; uoteof which is purity und love. 3 J7 am i 31 n'n 31 n'r. man, could Lve Stanford.. lie by Mambrmo Chief, he He is b) pin 11 40 am J jo pm watched her with a devouring look which Lexington- lu BI10 is well now of her lameness, and is pjsslblol" lie said, looking nt her l "Is it Mamhimo Paymaster, lie hy Maml.nn. he 00 pm ia 4J pm. 0 40 pm nlaiuly showed his heart, und tho tender " Winchester able to accompany her husband on many Imp. Mem-nne- r by wistfully und gently, 'and whore havo I 41 K. U. Junction. . dam Helm mare by Hay Messenger, he y errands of morcy, nnd Is looked upon by the as pm 7 40 pu :arc which tho bluff, stalwart doctorshowcu 30 pm been alltheso years (" " Mt. Sterling lie by Hiiinbletonian; he by Imp pm toward his f ragilo little patient was touchao pm 7 43 pm1 9 poor, and especially the childless, as a whito " Moreheail "Dear sir, I fear you are exerting yourd data Ited Ilird by Camion Whip, e Olive Hill ing; cvtm the gentle llttlo mother had been self too much," said Dr. Conroy, who had angel of goodness. i 3i by HUikburn's Whip he by Imp. Wlup, hr pm jo Ashland Jntirely willing to surrender her darling awakened at the One more scene aud our story Is done Saltram dan. hv Horotl; jd dam a thorough1 i,, llrst sound of conversa" Catlettsburg.... 4j pm S jo pra lutohis keeping when sho saw his devotion tion. Ho came forward aud laid his hand The homeroom has received muny offerings mart' v Imp. Diaitiode. Hay Mesti-ngrr',iai 07 pm i as l,ni " Huntington..... ... waso it of a full blooded Messenger mart an. y md her lovo for him. jo am Lve.Huntititftou. on his patient's paio brow. "You have been sineo its tlrst establishment, and the most Imii Ho. kint;bam ra 5 The family would romovo to Philadelphia Arr Charleston cradle, Iielit-i- i was the rrost fashionalil bred tr .1 injured, and us soon ns you nro able to bear lni)orlant ono is a lovoly satin-line31 am " Clifton Forgo. .iua short time, and already a neat littlo it, nil theso things shall bo explained to which stands in tho corner wlieretholaugh-lui,; hor.c in Amcrka and the winner of n, ,,,. 41 am ' Lvnchburz jottage had been engaged for them by you." Ha administered a needed remedy, mg Cupid ciin pepovor at its occupant, a prcimiims and piirtc-- tlmn any otliorhor-- e 111 Kvi am " Charlottesville ... jo tn. i v Washington.... .. 33 P .ho doctor, who had cutored into tho lifo of talking cheorfully Watrrliag dam by Helm's Yorkshire, lie by and soothingly tho while. uenutlful, rosy bubo, who lifts her chubby pm 3 " Italtltnore .ho llttlo mother and the kind father with hands und crows delightedly when her Imp orkshire; dam by Wuisijcr's Helsh.i ai pm 1 .abel's face Chester Ourrington looked in 13 Philadelphia. ,'d dam by Kossuth; jd dum the noted re an m he warm interest of a wn. ao pm longingly nnd earnestly, seeming to foar parenU draw nenr. .rt " itW 11MK wncd by J Helm and afterward li N I I cr Pompoy was intending to return to Elm ,. Richmond, 40 pm They stand looking down upon hor with that the kiiutvlcdgo ho had gained would aterli will ttaiul at ll.lPuintConil.jrt Park with his charge in a fow days when slip away from him beaming in every feuturo. "My lovo, "Alicia's child," ho love NwrfoIU an event occurred which materially altered my dHrlitig. my Isabell" he suid, turning to $15 to Insure a Living Colt, plans In tho household. It had boon rain- murmured, 'my littlo Isabel!" ill deep feeling. "Yos, fnthor." sho roplied, taking his hor wwh ejvs full of aml upon and Trains leaving Lexington at it 40 n 111 Wipches-te- ing, and the streets were in a sllpiiery nnd She leaned her h his shoulder, I will also ttand at the same plate mv dally, except Sunday r nnvct at hand In hers and caressing it, "your Isabol 11 m fine to- walk-uigfor Richmond, Ky. and points on the K. C. R uncomfortablo state which precluded and hers," and, still clasping his hand, she her eyes full of he tears of unspoakablu hit y driving. piuess. "Thank God, my deorost husband." Limited Vesttt'Mie Kx frotn N YorU.PhilHdel tho Bloomy, watched him as he dropped again Into a nhe murmured, "fur oue of His brightest Chester CarriuiUon was ll patat at state, half slumber, half and b El, arrives m. Brooding state of miud whichiu always, iu a Vphia, At $10 to Insure a Living Colt daily Stanford 1157 "t of. gifts to Ills children, u happy, ..hh J , ,e Lexington at 4 47 P stupor. weaning turn nr whcti i.i.,r, is parted u. and all (Mints liappy home!" Fat mail from KsthmiHia, all local stations ar- creator or less degree, nccouipunied a low, abrownjack with white pants 8 yeir ttit'i in f. ei. Isabel looked at her husband with huppy V a, and ..Id ,c juprossmg stato of the atmosphere, and cast HuilltUKtoli. W. THE EMI '.",l '"i! .'.'H """,u n,"h H.wa. .ired by Aik. 40 ""si" ddv ei.ept Sun- r which wns particularly aggravated by an oyos. "Ho knew mo. Thank God for that," rives Lexlnstou at ia p Pi. tw dlum he by King Phillip .I., ,bt uin Ilia. she whispered. H day. Stanford Jennet; she was b) King ax automat le b .r i i cr r j'7 in use in The public .vaitcd on with neatness and dispatch Satin by MorecasUe, be siredJim porter, Phillip, .1 Accommodationfrem Olivellill andintemesliate alectrio storm. "A wonderful thing that his memory dam b This Ja, k Pompoy had followed him olosoly, nnd Ky nnd points en the K. C. o ii s the. ten and ivoints. R.climond, ha. proven himself n hnehreeder. A number of his at iheTunsortal Art K.omsof como back to him," said Dr. Conroy. prohibitum Stti'rs, wli.. Uy. arrives at Lexinston 8:10, a in, daily, ex striven patiently to amuse or turn his mind should twenty live sloa. I't ti ,nj j. n , tuu araouut eolu have s.ddf..-- luo a, weaninj; time. "Does tho fact give you any moro hope of " Stanford 3 Sunday.. ., jpon pleasant topics, but he had shown Money due when the clt - foaled or mare parted In ono o tlw op,nIa,"s a choi.ii bevvrurt M10 asked, anxiously lie sure tleVcU read read i.i N, N A with Lien relitiiiiMl tfllmct'e is paid almself strangely itnpatletit of control, and, him J" mmedlu'cl; up... ars B. D. Co., Ho ahook bis head. "My dear Mrs. Fal 8 lUiiltiing-- , Stanford, Ky I W LOCAN, Owner. In I'ortman ILuso lending Ms attendant upon some fanciful S. V 'II MORSK, G. P. A , Cincinnati, O. Semi-Weekly InteriorJournrl ISABEL; I- errand, ho managed to slip away uuobscrvod and wandered out upon tho street. Pompey was greatly alarmed when ho returned and found hi eharg missing and Belmont Chief 8689, From Mansion. Hel-tno- n YKAIIX A NEAY FAST MAIL ' 111 1 d n ViW-in- f. THE 1 m swift-comin- . - JAMES MCCREARY Govers Messenger. 1 ( 1 - Limi-vill- e, e. )w Car-rlugto- KATE BOGLE Mtrri YAZOO, 11799. 1 1 W. II. MIIJLER J. BROWN -- llf.iJSM u I -t o;Mfcr . .Jlt&r- J ft 1 hdal-lah- i.i I d R-- lse-tai- ; 1 , ret-.-r- ('PS;. Dr. PRICE, I 1 .."" 1 1 r" morgan, d. d. s. iicwlv-awakeno- d Mdsmmmt "sLxr.v JtLLA SSfcvrr s Sjo to Insure. ii. I 11 Mn ' DR. PENNY, 2 Horsesand 3 Jacks., . Arthur Sims, 3041, Wyandotte, 'r,.'"li Dentist. KI'l'KEX VERMONT, 1 io - 5526, REMOVEDI WATERLOO, JR., 1 j ,. 1 . ALLEN & ATWOOD, MEL ESTRTE Johnson W. R. CRESS, REAL ESTATE1AGENT, Barbourville, t- yt 1 arm-in-ar- b-- r Kdk 1 no-tin- . AYRES GIYENS, Harrison Chief, Jr., V Tllln . r- Wallace Denmark; C. T. . liai.i-goe- s 'H" " 1 n ' , I ft MOTHERS jJ'i -A RIEND' 1 1 1 fe m HILU labor &r i'tJu Y) t 1 Dl , .., RORINSON, A?Fj 71A-- Ji,, 11 ft . over-recurrin- g Mother ,A ArVSlSS'','S. Zi rrj Eagle srrV. ,v? ft A. -- n n$ saw . r Denmark . Wallace at n atSIO I N 11 1 far-awa- y OLS KY. EOUTE , . ae-i- 1 j Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, WATERLOO. ic-n, f- l 1 I! I d l. s j s--3 r or 1 STEVE WALKER, 1 - Joss Thompson, r;,raii