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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891041001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. '' ' V" ',' Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. A Gossipy, Lqi-ismm.- Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. APRIL 10. 1891. l e. Mfc NO. 11 M MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. by, is it not just too dreadful tho way that lovely little womau, Amelio Itlves (To the VMmt Interior Journal.' Mori. Burnside. Casey Mullins, Some one stole a hotel directory nnd April 7. --Thu persistency Chandler has been stricken down, on Qulnn Palmer and .Meek Mullins were brass chain from the Nowcomb Hotel ofI would of old winter to cling to gentle HjiriiiK her honeymoon trip, too'.' before Judge Hemphill Tuesday, charglice. has caused many n High nmong tins dear think tho contemptible critics, who An old colored woman, living here, ed with selling whisky. Ilurnside was girls; they turn from tho wardrobe, abused her so, would feel liko dogs, to on being asked her age, said she was "75 fined $'25, Palmer compromised and tho where hangs tho driinty K inter bonnet say uothingof murderers. 'Tis said their gwine on 00." cases against Carey and Meek Mullins Big Stone Gap will poon bo "cut on and gown, to tho window, where with a cruel remarks had something to do with weie dismissed. es her present condition and they were frown of disgust they watch tlie to this division by wire; tho wire stretchW. O. Sweeney, one of Lancaster's scurrying down. It require cour called forth just because sho dared tn ers havo nearly reached that point. most prominent merchants, died at his age, iw well na poor judKinent to venturo write a story truo to life about a girl Mrs. Bello Burnside was called to residence on Lexington street at four forth In tho biting windH with only n who, as the authoress says, was "just Garrard Thursday on account of the seo'clock Thursday morning. Ho went to Bilk lined jacket for protection, when like nil real livu girls, only they wont' rious illness of Mr. Jack Burnside, who Cincinnati last week to buy goods and theHealco.it and cosy mull' liann ho confess it." Auutlit ought to comfort lives near Point Leavell. when ho returned ho was taken violent temptingly near. Tho pretty French her tender little heart with tho old JefrDowell, who has held successly ill with pneumonia Hewas oSyeara feature nmong proverb "Chickens come home to roost." ginghams are quite ful revival meetings in Pulaski, and othCHARLES E. KINCAID. of age and leaves n wife and two childross goods thin Mprltifc; ""i"' qualities They never fail to, tho slanderers always er counties, now languishes in Mt. Verdren to mourn his loss. aro Boft enough, tlnu enough, expensive find it nut to their cost. I was talking Promptly Acquitted of the Murder of non jail, on account of endeavoring to The Lancaster Burlesque Company enough to bo popular and "the Hummer to a very pioim lady once and I asked get along in family aflairs without the has combined with thu Georgio Hamlin ' ' I ., Tiik news of tho iiCijuitbtl of Charles of these her what commandment she considered girl," who tucks a formality of a marriage ceremony. Dramatic Troupe and will give a mindainty nnd attractivo gowns away in her most grievous to break; she was silent a Huston Kiucaid reached here yesterday strel bIiow at tho Opera House this The marriago of Mr. M. J. Miller, J. L DAWSON. trunk will experienco an Immense moment and then said: "I suppose and was glad tidings to his friends. The (Fiiday) evening, tho proceeds derived Jr., to Miss Susie Brown, at tho rortuinn amount of satisfaction when tho long most persons would tell yon all were trial was long drawn out and ho was from tho same to bo given to Miss Geor-gi- A Biographical Sketch of His Lire Written House, in your place, Wednesday eventho defense By Himseir. ing, was tho happy consummation of a Bummer days coino ami llml her among equal, hut I think henring false witness, strongly prosecuted, but Hamlin, who has been dangerously showed how ho had borne the indigni-thfarmJohn Logan Dawson was born in Lin- long courtship and the friends of both are slanderous reports and tho mountahm or rusticating in a ill at tho Miller Hotel all week. Wo "! insults ollered him by Taulbeo sincerely hope that our citizens will coln countv, Ky., on the -- d day of Sep- parties will rejoico over tho happy termost grievous of all broken laws, for tihouse. It lHHiirpriMin to noto how liti ..i .!... vfiiu ..i.n uwi-- mid how when imticnt'o ceased to be a givu ISOfl, consequently is now in his , iiw . i. ,. any woman who .i i tle bilk is used. True, mination of affairs, although nouo knew uirj urn winy jiuijiiiu vni3 them a crowded House, as tho lit tember, Kith year. His wife, Mary Ann Swope, that tho event was tllO DOKSeSSOr of OIIO It, hut brings untold sorrow and distress virtue he shot to protect his own life, tle lady is linaimvlliillL' so near nt baud. here at a great expense. She and the jury promptly ucquitted. The is daughter of Benedict Swope, of Garrard handsomeblack silk, or should be, but to others." The citizen who refuses to subscribe at this writing somewhat improved. county, was born February IStli, ISIS, Window drHperies are are very artis shooting occurred Feby. 23, 1S!0. and the colored silks aro non est. They Your Lancarter correspondent is and they were married July 10th, 1832. for a paper, but borrows his neighbor's, evening tic and nretty at present. Some of the' Taulbeo died a week or two after. Tho have boon supplanted oven for and lifter reading it sets himself up as a gretilied to learn that Hon. Win. bo We have been mnrried nearly 59 years, critic and censor of said wear by tho crcpo do clionos and nilk silk used for this purpose is soft enough enmity between the two, it will paper, makes tho delegate from Garrard, has have raised 12 children, 10 of whom arc originated ov r a publicaUiulls. Gloves for tho coiniiij; season to bo drawn through a ring, but this of himself ridiculous to those who know told regained his health sufliciently to ena- now living, (S sons and 4 daughters. All are to bo very long and very much be- course Is very expensive. There are tion iu the Uniisville TimeH, which where ho gains his information. Our I of Mr. Taulbee's intimacy with a pretty ble him to resume his teat in tho con. are married and have families, except community is KxpeiiHive? many qualities almost as pretty that can decked with beads. not clear of such persons, con. Mr. Berkelo is a prudent, discreet James J., the oldest son. Have !!S grand though they could easily bo spared, and It girl, who was accustomed to meet him Hhonltl say ho; but bIiow mo the woman he purchased at reasonable prices, nnd gentleman, and has and 3 of tho patent oflice at w ho does not tako greater pride in the seems a pity to see the cool, airy net iu an obscure part there is a well founded suspicion that made a good member. If tholoquucious I had almost uninterrupted good gloves and tho cut of bur curtains, that have held on so long, dis- Washington. Btylo of her members of that body had listened to health up to about o years ago, when I the earth would actually continue to shoes than all other articles of dress appear, but, fashion decrees it and so FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. the advice of such men as Mr. Uerkelo had a had spell of pneumonia, which ter- move in its usual path. they go. There is little excuse for n combined. J. W. Stephens, night operator at and tho public generally, their work minated in bronchitis nnd my weight of Tho terror of torrors is upon us -t- ho bare, unattractive room tkeso days. The FouS.u.K. A few bushels of clover would have been completed mouths ago, 210 pounds has been reduced down to Livingston, is at homo with la grippe. Hpring winds.. More good complexions woman of the houo needs only a little seed at $5 per bushel. A. J). Koot. Bev. II. C. Payno had a relapse of la and thoy could have returned to their 1G3 pounds. will be ruined within tho next two taste, a little money and a little leisure J. E. Bruce bought of Wright, of homes with a grippe and has been a very sick man, but reasonable assurance of Myself and wife joined the Christian is some months than will fall drops of April rain; time to convert a small, unpretentious Wayno county, a yoke of oxen for $01.- better. Messrs. B. II. and Jacktho approval of their labors. by poisonous face house into a poem. Many of tho pretchurch at Givens in the year 1S37. In son Conn, of not by tho wind, but Guthrie, Oklahoma, and Col. Frank Deckert, of Louisville, due time I was appointed a deacon, K. I.. Hubble sold to a Tennessee lotiona used by silly females to prevent tiest homes have only a very small inAransas Hurbor, Tex., are hero in anheifers at 2 was hero Tuesday and Wednesday in whicR ollico 1 held until the death of my and remove bin and freckles. Girls, come, at their buck, but a woman of party n lot of fat 2 year-olseritho interest of the Louisville Commer- father, Elder Elijah Dawson, who died swer to telegrams announcing the don't do iU If you want a nice, harm- artistic tastes can do more with $20 than cents. ous illness of their mother, who, we are Harrodsburg shippers have bought cial. Henry Clav JenniniM has been Jnno 2d, 1833. Then I was chosen elless toilet ointment tako one ounce of the woman wanting in it cm with fM). glad to say, is now much improved. Mr. and drop into it It is tho same wav with a stylish womau. 15,000 lambs at 5J and 0 for Juno de- - quite sick for somo time, but is slowly der and exercised that ollico with others rosewator and vlyeeriuo A. J. Fish, who is engaged in a Knoximproving. J. H. Watkins has accepted until the removal and rebuilding of the twenty drops of carbolic acid; at bed One so often hears tho remark: "Oh livi'iA. Fat entile sold at $t.03 por cwt. in the position of telegraph operator here. Christian church at Junction City. Then ville house, is here on a visit. Mr. J. V. time batho tho face in warm water ami isn't she stylish"' made about some woChicago a few days ago, tho highest price The former operator, Tom Boyd, has 1 and my wife united with the Christian Williams has returned from Montgom so.ip, using a flannel rag for the man who wears n$30 dress and everyery, Ala. Mr. J. K. Cass, wife and chilS years. purpose, dry on u soft bath towel and thing else in keeping. Who could not in Mr. John I'.right says the fruit buds taken a position in tho office at Muys-vill- o. church nt Stanford. I was selected to dren, of Brodhead, were hero visiting George Wnlden has accepted a become an elder in that church, hut derub tho mixture thoroughly but gently look stylish under such circumstances? are damaged slightly, but not sulllciently relatives during the week. Mr. F. L. position as salesman in Win. West's dry clined on account of my age and afllic- It will dry quickly and Such style is due to the modiste and into tho skin. Thompson was summoned to Garrard to to effect tho crop. goods Btore. Mrs. A. H. Hice, Miss tion. leave no sticky surface. A glasa of hot milliner whom my lady pays a small forseo his 6ick mother, Wednesday. Col. Nearly a million dollars have been My father, Elijah, was born in Amwater before breakfast will do much tune to annually. The real stylish wo- paid for trotting bred horses so far this Laura Bice and Mrs. Louis Landram, Ben Leo Hardin was hero looking after ifttd whilti were in Danville Tuesday shopping. Joe herst county, Va., and came to this countoward clearing tip tho skin man is the one who can turn and twist year in Kentucky. tho interests of his brother in the govBose, of Nicholasville, was iu town Wed- ty with his widowed mother and her of the eyes. an old dross till it looks new, make her ernor's race. Hardin and Warren seem Tho wheat that was very forward llio theatre season is mmring a close. own hats out of well, most anything, nesday. family of 4 children, 2 sons and 2 daughto havo the lead in this county. Mies seems to have been very badly damaged benefit of -- Col. Bobert Ingersoll, having dis- ters, he being only 10 years old when ho JInd. Jaiiauschok gave us tho and with carefully polished hoots ami oy t,L, fr,wt of Tuesday morning, Ida Adams has returned to Gravs. very far from beautiful, her verv lame, posed of Moses and prophets to his en- came. exquisitely tilting gloves look prettier, Tho lvidd combination horso sale at week, but wh.it is beauty more tastily gotten up by He married Sally, only daughter of presence last CHURCH AFFAIRS. far than her I.niiisvilln resulted in noor prices. On tire Batisfaction, is now lecturing on when in the balance with genius and fortunate moneyed sister; at least that is Shakespeare and Music. In his recent James Logan, deceased, who was a pioEvangelist Kidd, of Canada, boasts dav IS were sold at an average tnu Janaubchek is certainly u genius. "l'is tho opinion of speech at the "Stanton-Seid- l" banquet neer from Virginiainan early day to this that he can recite the entire Bible. M.WJIK. . of Louisvillu n widely known fact that in New York, he began by admitting county. Ho died iu 1S2S and was buried Bev. W. Y. Sheppard will preach at A mare belonging to G. W. Foster, thcUre Teachers' Association. in the old Buffa'o buryiiig-grounhardly supports ono Odd Fellows Hall at 4:30 Friday, 17th. county, gave birth to three that he did not know one noto from anThe Teachers' Association will meet at of Mercer .My mother, Sally, had 4 brothers, and somo say Manager Mucnuley finds Tho Episcopal Council of tho diocolta all lived, but other, and said ho suppesed ho had John, Bobert, Batey nnd Matthew, all cese of Kentucky will be held nt Padu-ca- h lmrd work inducing the dramatic Morol.iud church April 1M, at 7::S0 r. i. colts last week. Tho it been selected to speak upon that subject tho mare died, Many Prayer by L. T. Cole. now dead. Batey Logan's sons, Dr. fctara to hIiIiio in this tlrmament. May 20. Many of the peach buds were sufli- on account of his having no prejudice in How Can a I'niformity of Text IlookB expected Bernhardt to Dave, Bobert and Allison, aro living in IXMisvillians Bev. Ben Helm's meeting at Wina matter about which he was profoundciently developed to be seriously injurbe Secured iu the Schools of Lincoln Boyle county and are the only Logans chester resulted in eighLconv-'rsiouand give this city a returning call, but 1 ed, if not killed, by tho freezes of the ly ignorant. Tho colonel said some very l Fry. Louisville couldn't put up enough County (.!. pretty things, as ho usually does, and known to bo akin to the Dawson family a great up building of tha church. past week. Georgetown Times Can Any Plan bo Adopted to Grade in this part of the country. money to tempt tho divine Sarah. What Bev. I. S. McElroy has just closed a. E. P. Owsleysoldto J. X. Vnuhook, among other beautiful sentences the I have al- the Common Schools of this county? if Wo print the above just as it was writ meeting at the 4th street Presbyterian uncanny creature aim is mi vicinity, M acres following: "Of one thing, however, I of the Preachersvillo ten by Mr. Dawson, to show how clear church, Owensboro, which resulted in ways felt a genuine curiosity to know if so, What is It? U. F. McClsry. adjoining Mrs. Henry Baugh-ma- am certain, and that is that music was colli n How Can Satisfactory Literary Work of land, the report about her sleeping iu a born of love. Had there never been his mind is and how consecutively he 14 professions. on the Somerset pike for SDOO. There were 1,032,024 Bibles printed at homo were really true. Seems to me be Conducted in Our Common Schools? any human affection there never would can write at his advanced age of 'four B. C. Fugleman, Jr., bought of Dr. h: T.Colo. could sit still while a five. It is both ovidenco that in New York last year, but judging from score and that a woman who Bailey a lot containing nn acre of have been uttered a strain of music. How Can wo Make Our Work a Pro Steele mental faculties are still to a great ex tho wickedness of that modern Gomorfdimy, loathsome snako crawls over her Danville piko for $300. Music is the sunshine, the climateof the his ground on the neck and bread as Bho does in "Cleopa- fession and Attain tho Highest Porfcc Ho will soon commence tho erection of soul, and it floods tho heart with n per- tent unimpaired and it is o complete that rah, not many of them were read. Presiding Elder Reaves was rotien-egge- d it gives us but little to add, except to tra," would bu ghoulish enough for any tion?-- J. A. Chappoli. fect June." dwelling at Millersburg tho other night beAll teachers are "arnestly solicited to a Yes, theatres are going, but s.ty what everybody in this section thing. E. S. Powell's Lrncsson, Jr., is again cause, ns is alleged, he labored for Winhad stamped that smile attend and take part in the discussions. knows, that Mr. Dawson is one of the what is it that before tho public, lie is n fine animal, CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. finest old gentleman and the best old chester in the college removal business. of unfading content on tho f.ico of ev- Teachers, come, let us make this a workMaud S., and Mr. Powto Birmingham, Ala., will have two ing meeting. All friends of education second cousin ery male from thosnialloily-eyed"coon- " The convention has created over 1C0 democrat in Kentucky. He has been ell says he is going to have several of his voting with the party of tho people ever notable religious gatherings in May, tho to tho dignified men of tho day? Base are invited. new offices, with salaries from $1,200 to fine colts hero Monday. K. C. Tiit'iiMOND, A. L. STL'Aiir, J. W. since he cist his first vote for Andrew Southern Baptist Association on the 8th Hall! Theumllo will grow broader and S. M. Owens' old favorite brood f 1,500. and most of them aro very solt when tho Smith, Committf Jackson, 00 years or more ago. lie al- and the Southern General Assembly on deeper until tho day is here tnareaPauline, tho dam sf Pokie Courts, snaps. will climb into a tree near the "coon" The convention agreed on the "open ways makes it a point to come to town tho 15th. Maywood. Our Sunday-schoo- l is pro- whiciiBold for $1,500 at a Tho citizens of Millersburg held an Hall Park, tho dignities will mount tho of the members-elec- t to vote and will bo with us again in Augressing nicely, for which wo tender our dropped a nice stud colt by Belmont clause." Three-fifthindignation meeting and denounced the granu stand and all will whoop to their heartfelt of the General Assembly may ap- gust if tho good Lord spares his life. thanks to our faithful superin- Chief, owned by J. P. Crow, McKin- For many long years a valiant soldier outrage perpetrated on Elder Beeves by hearth content in joy long anticipated. prove an amendment and it may become tendent, Mr. Gerkey. Elder Joseph Bal- Uev. some cowardly scamps, under cover of f is coming for tho Something nice George Dictator, property of M. S. part of the constitution when ratified by of the Cross, he is still battling as much lon will preach at the Logan's Creek no'er ending delight, strength admits for the good caute darkness. as his women too that church the 1st Sunday iu May, at :t Baughmnn, advertised in this paper, is a amajqrityof the voters at a general Tho Sth anniversary of the pastorato and when the summons comes, as come jipring cleaning that means plenty of o'clock. The people of this vicinity half brother to Jay Eye See, record 2:10, election for representatives. of Bev. II. Allan Tuppcr. Jr., at the are brooms, plenty of snpolio and plenty of building a school-housTheconvention refused to adopt Mr. it must to all of us, he will bo found ready Broadway Baptist church, Louisville, which is very Phnllaa 2:13, Director 2:17 and the dam patience. AnJ yet men Bay n woman's badly needed. Mr. Matt 2:11. sired McChord's proposition to provide that nnd willing to receive the reward he has was made memorable bv tho reception Director Martin, who of Nancy Hanks lot is tho easier of the two. Well, may has been contiued to his bed for in the event of the constitution being to well earned in tho service of his Mas- nu'd baptism of 23 members. Margarets. 2:12. boiiio ter. No spot or blemish ever rested on be 'tis; men have many worries that time, isablo to bo up again. Mrs. & Co. bought of A B. defeated by tho people, tho convention M. F. Elkin Rev. E. Forinan, 1). D., late of RichS.J. thoy are too generous to tell women Hiatt is very ill of la grippe. Mrs. Will McKinney a lot of fat cows nt $35; of Mr. should meet again iu September and re- his character and ho will leave to his ex- mond, has accepted a call as pastor of cellent children the wealth of a good about and I believe tho world would bo Stephenson is improving. .Miss Ella Bettenbarr a lot of same at 3 cents. They adout the old constitution with the slavtho Memorial Presbyterian church, New worth living in wore women slow Douglas has ery clause stricken out and an open name, more to be prized than riches. better sick for thu past also bought of J. A. Givens n lot of Orleans. Ho is nn ublo man and tho In the very nature of things ho nnd church has inado a good selection. Ader to condemn thu faults of men and few days, Miss Charlotte Painter, of shoats at 31 cents and 4 extra clause inserted, because, as some of the quicker to praise their virtues. There Brodhead, is visiting her aunt 31 cts. members charged, it was "a catch of the tho dear wife who has climbed with him vocate. at this stall fed heifers at is nothing that a man loves more than a place. Miss May Kirkpatrick has gone The Kentucky Presbytery of tho The body knows the hill of life, will soon rest together at Cattle are quiet in Cincinnati with enemy, tho press." foot on the other side, but mny they Cumberland Presbyterian Church, will woman. When 1 use tho Hympathizing III., to visit her sister, Mrs. hut little demand for any class. Best that it dare not give the people tho the to Sullivan, word sympathy I do not mean a woman Annie Bichie. Messrs. Thomas Tucker shippers bring 5, best butchers 51, chanco to choose between tho old and bo apared many years yet in health nnd bo held at Walnut Flat, this county, on happiness is tho prayer of all who know the 10th and tUoso vho expect to attend who cries on his shoulder and makes nnd Frank Martin, of aro visit- while other grades run down us low as the new constitutions. them. lilm feel liko going and hanging hinisolf, ing friends and relatives in our with tons at 5.53; aro requested to notify Mr. W. II. little 11; hogs are active but ono who knows when to bo silent town. Mr. Long Shawloy is visiting siieep and Jambs areiu demand at 4 to 0 Stanford. At Kansas City 500 negroes attacked It is noted that Gen. Joe Johnson Middlesboro'a splendid new Chiis-tia-n and when to talk, ono who has a smile friends at New Haven. Mr. S. B. New-lan- d for the former and S to 11 for spring the jail with tho intention of lynching to be an older man than any other church was dedicated Sunday in the when ho is happy and uu inexhaustible tho white man who had killed his negio great captain of our civil war, being SI and Bird Matheny have gone to lambs. presence of a tremendous audience, Bev. of cheerfulness when ho is blue. Knoxville, Tenn. Mrs. Seventy-livprominent breeders of mistress. They were finally repulsed. source nt the time of bis death. Taking the Harvey Wilson, officiating. Over $1,700 of tho How fow women understand milking a of Danville, is visiting her parents, Mr. the State met in Louisville nnd organissons of Almont have leaders on tho Confederate side, Leo died Raines homo' A homo is not merely a shelter, and Mrs. T B. Hill. ed the National Saddle Horso Associa- sired 2:30 speed; 31 of his daughters have at (53, Bragg at 50, Pembertou at GO, Hill debt of the church was raised. Tho serMany wives anil tion. Their moat commendable object produced it; 11 grandsons have sired 14 at 09, Forrest nt 5(5 and Ewoll at 53. On vices are being protracted by Stato Evanor should not bo. McKixnky. Miss Ella Johnson, of is to establish a stud hook similar to tho gelist Kendrick, who is adding daily to and husbands mothers drive their eons 2:30 trotters, and 20 daughters of the Union side Sherman died at 70, Sher- tho membership. and pleasure elsewhere) Kingsville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. trotting register, thus nflording protecto seek comfort sons have produced 31 2:30 trot- idan at 57, Grant nt 03, Thomas nt 51, Mrs. W. G. Welch has written n let"it is so disagreeable nt homo." There K. Carsou. .Moses Coffey's family aro tion to tho purchasers of paddle horses. ters. Meade nt 57, McClellan nt 58, McDowell ter to Rev. Georgo W. Duulap, which is is a btorm raised it ttio coucli plliowa aro : improving, j. iv. uarson has moved to Tho capital stock of the association will Bev. V. P. Harvey lias just closed n at 00, Hooker at 03 and Burnside at 57. published in tho Lexington Press, hearttumbled, newspapers left scattered about W. A. Coffey's nnd is well pleased with bo $50,000. big deal at Harrodsburg with somo As remarkable as it mayseom wo havo ily approving of that gentloman's plan Horso show day next Monday promand pipe or cigar stubs lelt on the man bis new wife and home. Dogs nro mak Knoxville parties. Ho 60ld them 75 really had no clear days since April 1, of raising funds in a regular and methodof Htallions tie, and still these women wondor why ing raulB on .Mr. Hamilton's sheep, but ises to bring a larger number acres of the Win. Payne farm for $30,-0- vesterdav and the one before excepted. ical way for Row George O. Barnes' sup find homo bo unattractive. Such havo killed only about live so far. Tho and jacks hero than were ever shown. the men and it will bo laid oil' m town lots Bain was predicted, however, with clear port in his special work, and accepting of them and trust women aro tilling the saloons and billiard loss of W. A. Coffey's sheep killed by Wo will publish a list the treasuryship of tho fund as suggested dogs amounts to $2,3. John L. Dayton the owers will assist us as much as possi- and several manufactories erected. Mr. ing, cooler weather for to day. halls to overflowing. if not do will movo to his farm bought of Dick ble in getting it complete. By tho way, Harvey reserved the residence and two "Yes," said the old nowspapor corres- by Mr. Dunlap. Stanford is Mrs. Welch's Tiuvnvouread "Dreams?" ' and she will receive any delightfully refreshing after Bibb, May 1st. Farmers are delighted tho I.ntkiuok Jouiinal is prepared to acrt'H iiiciuuiug inu iig opring uear pondent, "I got two bullets iu ino durbo it will be which is the stump of the tree large or small for tho good inamounts in any ing the war." "How did you feel?" tho g'enoral run of btale literature. It is to seo the beautiful weather again. Mr. print tho merits of your horso which the first Baptist term on was quired a friend. "Double leaded, evangelist nnd trausmit the amounts thing since that dolicious, Jess Rout, of Stanford will be in our Bhapo you desire, as well and cheaply as the nicest preached in Keutucky. y e&ch month. Post. town to see her you could wish. "Tho Quick or tho Dead," and, by tho Breciy Letter for the Ladles. snow-flak- 11 half-doz- en C 1 o back-bitin- g e -' -- . Ber-kel- e, d d j e i fc.M3.-K!- ut first-clas- s sup-pon- e s ?-- ! n two-year-ol- s e, beeu-quit- e 175-poun- d Bow-laud- , Ilig-gin- s, liv-0.- 1 e Fifty-seve- n 00 post-oflic- o un-le- r natur-ay.Vashiugt- .f.y . u i rLj-.-.U- u,, . . .ji, . .j, u . m i,..4 fllMiflHilfmHIWTr'IiVli il llljlilr iiiiTUT ,rrTTl' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournh. Published Every TueBday and Friday $C XMSR. YJCAR,iy A.D'VjVaVCK rVhen not so paid $2.60 will be charged. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. SM HAUNTED BY Lincoln THKV Stock Farm, THKV 11HKKI) ON. The Imported Yountf Jack, BREECHLOADER. nt my farm on ilie Manfonl and Milledgevlllcpike o miles from Stanlord and i4 miles from Milledge- - WYLBY. Will matte the season of iSgt at my farm, the old McKINNEY, KENTUCKY. uri:ed on This thoroughbred will make the season of 1I91 John l.oyd Thurmon place, near Shelby City, FIRE. ' i sons with the same speed and number of heat trotted. Jay JJyeSce has j3 heats better than 230, Director 57 and Phallas 48, a total of 163 heats in a 30 or better The returns of this year's trotting will show that Dictator not only breeds on through his sons and daughters, but also his grandsons are putting a number ol horses in tne J 30 list 11 is sou, coi Dick Looiner 1,' Hambnck, has a, Lommanaer Director 6, Junius 1, Phallas 2, Pretender 3, Re- porter i, Delineator 1 and Lnuyimon 1 leu sons sired m trotters His daughters promise to make great brood marcs 1 hey have produced Ilrown, Klbert, Gondola, Keller Thomas, Evening Star. Garnet. Last Chance, Nancy Hanks, North est.VictonaWilkes, Matt 10 Solomon and Williams. Marget S by Direc tor has a recora 01 2 isy, ana ivaucy num.. nas a third heat made ina race, and a record of 3 14 His grandson, she a never been beaten hv I'hnll.is. has nut t in the list. I'hulla- mont Girl a 27K. I'hallene 230 and Virginius 328K Uve Stock Record. George Dictator is a black stallion, 15 hands 1 high, foaled in 1S34, is a handsome fellow and will certainly sire extreme speed. He wasbredfora He will stand Treat stock horse -1 Phal-iinmni 'Mils fine jotilig Jnck Is is hands high, Is a black Pinnies Mysteriously hlinnt from All 1'iirts Registered as l!ol Link I nali 31. of nil Ohio Duelling. Money due when the colt is foaled or mare MMod and a Jack of fine stsle Ills head and ears are by with. A lien retained on all tolls until season perfect seen la bo appreciated He must Tho tallest fin? story that wo hnvoconio a Sired Krrdthe great allelmont 6,nre of Nutwood Arthur MK. Wedgewood 19 and 361 iSK, money is paid. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., rcturnlnc (tr.OKGK H I.NOI.r.MAN, ncross for sonio thno conies from Tho in a 30 lll aiiu sire 01 25 daughters me uams 01 31 llrcechloader is dark 1ay, rich Description at 5:10 p.m. Shelby City, Ky o with black points, licuty nunc and tail, 131 hands Springfield (0.) Western Fireman. From in a 30 list. Standard Rule 6. high. Ills colls are Urge, fine ur.d of solid color, L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. what has occurred tho Inst two days in can be seen st I. S, lesis. Sired hy Sultnn i$n. Record a 14. 'I he Premium Mdule Stallion, Kettle Kinkead by Contractor 1084 First 12 30 pni 1'edlgrce No 47, llreechloader, bay, fo lied in Mail tram come North tho boarding homo of Mrs. ., Sire of Mamboul a 11, Kuly iKi Alctwer a to ., Rachael Mc- -- ir. nf damUVtl ?IY- Pni ilrMCtiir uu iirr.1 Uv- Sweetheart r . 180 lly Imp llillet 150 31pm " " South 41. Al ti by Itambletmu, inn suiii'isil- Alas, lull brother lo Orange Girl i 3t$ and 13 in 3,30 list .ind grundnre 130pm r"itM dam Nellie iley. grandam of Itmett' by Express train" South gill Ley by 30 Lady Hob Johnson; ad Contractor's Ionian tho North Mary Churchill by Ales. 3i ami lions.1 nntlill. 1. benighted" initrht bo in- - Green's 10Ilamblettnian n8. dam brother (.oilVolun of Fmtdam ni Dunion by George Willi's sib, Churchill, 3d dam dam Imp Margrave, grandam of I.ady ,, .. full to Ctl h .,, m rvtirVi .. .... t H1 ......... Vnrfk 1' i iimiiv .runt rnn nun ntirit t.jv... likes King Alfonso, 4th by record a 21, 'ire Harry Wilkes nS, Guy i fiintii in and Sentinel. AJax ured 7 in a 30 list. teer lUin Mistletoe by Cherokee South. ..5iPm , haunted by fire. Tho (Shown last season times as a and "sV. W.Noti a i6Va So ho a 17H and 69 iu J 30 list 5th dam lllark-re- d Susan by tiger, rth d.mi by The latter trains also carry passengers, iJUllMMUlimU uu- look 7 premiums and ccrtilicate Second dam Josie, record j tS. ') Mght Hawk Albert, 7th dam by Algerine, Rtli dam b) Grey The above is calculated on standard time Solar cupauts, Mrs. McGowon, threo boarders Second dam full sisier to I). Monroe a sS)(, by J14. sire of RcdCros 2 9thd.1n1 a time it about so minutes faster a4 .Minnie Warren ft( Allred.llurbridge formare purchased in Virginia by Will make the season ol ifyi ut my place J muis Capt and n servant girl, an orphan, 18 years Jim Monroe 83J, sire nf Lidy Monroe a i65, kitty and the dams el Kd Annan a 16' 1. Seiitrt, 1 ji, breeding but whose pedigree is mmmmmmmm from Stanford on the Danville pike, now lost, belies cd to be by Americiis, 10th dam by Rates 3 19, Monroe Chief a igV, and 14 in a jo list ) Tecumseh 1 A At, old. Six weeks aso Mr. Reoser. n by Alexanders Abdallah 15 Monroe bv Moiikei. third dim by Vermont Hero 141, sire of Lady Sy Imp Imp bli'ark,nth damdam Imp Medley, lath At $15 to Insure a Mare in Foal, boarder, after taking a bath in his room Jim by Kearnaught Imp ijth M a v and Gen Knox, sire of I.ady Maud 1 iS', Imp, llillet, alHive horse and also Miss laid his towel ncross tho arms of a willow tgii and Third dam by Dusall's Mambrino, son of Whip. Calmors a stallion 17 in a 30 list. Woodford, llelsideie, I he Momss, Ai .died lateMoney due when the mare is parted with er bred 1'itwte rocker to dry. Whilo absent tho towel ly Ills get won last sfuoit Ji jo.oi; and he stood lo another horse second tn the list of wini ing sues. He a firo, and when discovered tho rocker took Lord Clifton a beautiful red liirrel, with'a It ELMOS r CHI KV is a rich bay in color, as foaled in iS3c; he stands full 16 hinds high and mann power. He has )car old and Ins get on from 1M7 to tVM Jwj,-Jgelperfect and is if, hands, foaled in 1SH8 and till, EROYALIIWJJJ and tho carpet wero also burning. Somo is striulv a tine horse, smooth turned tf extra muscular development, showing great 30 Is a saddle horse set of legs, flat, clean and hard in finish tin. individual merit ol this nalltoii in form, I wilt also stand at the same place my fine jaik timo later tho house took lire, and somo an excellent is full) up 10 and in keening with his high breeding His oldest lolts arc earning 3 yr 'lhose who want ii brtwl In a good saddle stsl and action Ifon arc cordially invited lo look at my horse and V Cribbs. DecatUi, owned by E household goods wero destroyed. Sinco old and aNo show great natural speed He had a see him mote last year I will pat 501 to the breeder of the first 130 trials bettor thin 1 Micb . that STEVE WALKER, that timo Ores around tho house have performer otwent get since he has been30owned by mc Hewasslrotl by Second Jewel, he by Cunning, his ham's Jewel, he by old Washington Denmark. been so frequent as nearly- to crazo Mrs. HELMONT CHUCK will make the season of lSyi at uiy place near McKmncjr at At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due at Hi hrst dam Fannie by n son ol Gill's Vermont, McGoweu. time or when mate is bv M brown with with Return Privilogo. aweaning jaik bawls wiite xitit,n.irlr.l with He Is id I dam retimed Monte, thoroughbredupaid. years old Insuro or June 9 en soft till season ten In tho last few days fires have followed and lull is4 huh He wstjtued by Aiken's Mate gratssl at reasonable rates, but not each other thick and fast. A pile of Mares kept on ood j,rass at $ per month; owners' risk rting oiiiiain. ne oy Mng rmiiiii Krst tlsin a lor utiiiltnti.sliouldany iKiur Hlaik Nitin (eniiet, she wa sired by King Phillip, 8 G A I.ACNF.V. Stanford ironed clothing on tho sofa in tho sitting id dam by Mottiastle, lir bv Inn lVrtir this P. CROW, room caught fire. Tho tablecloth iaik has pros tn himself a fine breeder A number of his colts hate sold for $1011 at weaning tuno caught fire and a largo hole was burned Monej due when the soil fo tied or mate part m it, aim insieau or tne uiazo aceiming ed with, lien retained till the money Is paid P W I.OOAN. Owner o it descended and charred tho table legs. A box of clothing was found on fire in This young su'lion will be permitted to serve a tho hall. The servant girl, who was few good mares at onr siables one mile from Sun charged with causing all tho fires, was 1891. DORSEY GOLDDUST, ford on the HuMmmlle pike, at at work m tho dining room, when sud- Standard, No ijo) 12.50 to Insuro a Living: Celt. a cream of urtar baicinc powder Highest of ?eniy nre was seen at the bottom of . U. s Gocm her skirt, and the next thing they knew all tn learning strength. Latc.t 13994.-Description and I'cdigree Silver Tlpls a nice ment Food Report tho back of her jacket burst into Humes, bay sviih fine mane ana tail, hind ankles white an. This oung ro.iditer stallion U an inbred wn iNink win mate a great show hone Record a . in a Race j. Sometimes firo breaks out in several toalctTiii April, iS3;. is a bay. full it hands, Ho was surd by the premium saddle horse tio.. places at the same instant Nearly evlist and grumlsire ( 7 in the speedy and utiexielled in st)le, siIkmi, finish and ver kmg. he by Us lime, he by Stonewall Jack Sired by the Great llrd WilLes 17(9, sire of 7 in the a to list, jr in 1 OR dissitioH. sou a 30 list, a snowing never before equaled b) any other hoist, lisuig or dead, at same ag. erything from tho attic to tho cellar haa hull brother to Kstclle, trial jjV, Corinne Silver wasslredby Wilk.es trial a ij and VltHitrose, the speedy awl Labbt-l- l t King's dam , Mollle Mnstnreoung been on fire. Two or threo cupboards First dam I.ady Cassell dam ot IMIeweuaccident, an,l two others tli.it, barring America, (3) 2 of Sired by ikaadi Utiiddust net) las I.niHCKMS d dam by premium colt have had to take their share of scorchlor's Mesnger by Shelby Chief gii sirefnt Kslln The Very Desirable Residence i, Cascanlla 14UO b) Golddusl 130, by Vermont Morgan willertertliei 30 lisv this season Sliver lip s Arst dam was by Skrsdaddle, Mor 2 15, Ac, and the dams of Delineator a it and Closer related to Maud S Hid, and Johrswsn ing, and clothing hanging behind a door Ma lamous ladd c Jturse, he by Olher. he by others) J ut), than any other sullMti, the Nrtt lot on Dam ille street The house is was found to bo on fire. And W a gnr Wednesday Second dam Sallie (trial to wagon a it in '76 The jard is by Ihallobu (som ot Alexander's Abdallah and stallion lo trot in lniblii as fs.t as 11s, sire of in good repair and contains 5 rooms afternoon the house caught fire again large and beautilul and altogether Fanny, dam of Watrrwitih, dam ot Mambri- Cigatetie, dam ut Kosaliud Wilkes (ihe fastest er SkeaUiltlle's 1st dam Mesloc, d dam Trumpet , d dam Aratus 19K, Scotland no Gilt so, VicMng u1,, mare U the Wilkes fausilv, record J V, WhirlTho firo was put out, Silver p's d lam was by Ited I.Ian. Waterloo J 2? and Sprite, dim ol winds J4, Kanny Gu(ddist 1 nSt, Kstelle 1 n Wasrlet i Tho Place ia ono of tho Most De- night a firo was discovered iu aand nt Mares kept at roasMnabte rales but lis v Jam lorctHc, ilin oi l.sleile a n'4, uy UoMen down3 in tne a 30 list lightful in Town. lor at Idrnls or esrawt stairs room. Chief Sy (sire of Crodie t iqV and 5 oth- Mingo Chief, sun of Gaff s 1 omel Morgan a .ly Clark Third dam Mars parted with forfeits Insurance M.ien re Osercno ufttie ers and the dams of I'hallas I3K, Majolica 2 rj, infusion of Golddust 330 perlormers have strong tamed an tolls f r season Will sell or rent on essy terms. Thursday afternoon, in three hours' and Morgan blood 1M4, Cerallard Wilson 19K and 17 others MISS MARY E. VARNOX, lorsty tiolddust will make the present season timo, firo was discovered in six different IIICS.I I V IIROS. 2 30 or belter Stanlord, Ky. at m plate jV, miles trom Stanford uti the llu places. Tho people are now taking a i.nro i ih ahnve nedieree will reaililv show that llellesiew WilVes Is rich in the Mootl nfiim! teuville pike. SUnlur I, Ky best the retards it being the migbtv the great turns at watching to get some clow to producing lines,sire of by performers Red 2 Wilkes (who band that his bioouthebreeilsonsonisoftlemottstratod A C. LANCIIAM. John b. castlkhan. in 30 ana Dcttcr Wilkes, 71 George A $15 to Insure a Living Colt. tho mystery. Tho houso and goods to- by being the grandsire ol 7 iu the a 30 list at the age of 16. An aualssisofllelleview's pedigree will show that it ranks among the bct, tracing as it dees to the gether have taken firo twenty-fitimes. mighty George likes through his bestson, Mares kept oh reasonable terms 1'crsonal atWilkes, twice to Alexander's Abdallah, one of the It is believed tho fires are tho work of most prepotent sons of Hnmbletonisn 10 and lied times to Mambrino Chief tention gitea, but not responsible for accidents. three At our tbles 2 miles vest of Sunfnrd on the Wilkes is a horse of fine st) lc, speedy conformation and a trotter of high order, hating Uellevii-Borne spiteful euemy who has scattered a half mile in , i, finishing in y second a w clip. iu tc, At same time and idatc. will mike Ihe season will be Cit) pike, this ne mires a chemical comjKmnd over tho house, last FallatTrrrc Haute, inInd a?.trotted has repeatedly gone quarters a close seconds, to the winner Altera with out of Levi Hubbies best bred )uung)acks, Shrfhy permitted to serve young saddle stallicn a He separately being timed causing spontaneous combustion. A short season in the stud he will be sent to lower his preent reiord and we cotifidentK esnect Mm to get a mark close to 2 ao before the season closes. lie is one f the onl) three sons of Red Wilkes with At 515 to Insuro a Living Colt. haa been hired by tho under- records better than 2 30 making the season in the State, and the other two stand at Sion and 1541 writer who insured tho house to ferret llclleview Wilkes will make the season of 1891 at Hello lew Farm "S miles east of Iturgiu Dertpti and Pedrgrec -- He is a brsutifuj out tho guilty party. Tho detective has He is black with white points, nearly 13 han.lt dark brown with small sUr and snip good mane Return Privilogo. with At S50 high, rsHeUnglh, Line and bod), 3 years old. and tail. years old and is lull isH hsnds high. been unable to locate tho sprite that is aires) b) Joe Hlaikbiim Mist d.m Hotly cutMHSHHdiHg in spiMsrame and symmetrical IL kindling these fires, but ho is Limited to 30 approted mates. Mares kept at reasonaMe rates, but not responsible lor students by Koyid .Mammoth, )d dam Ibasc hmbrj Iwm Sirj by King Kagle (Ihe Atkisiahor-) & ASTLEM AW hope just like tho fellows who living in should any occur B AKBEE bv Stortrviall lackvon. he hy Itihn Ivaughman s rlrsirfam bv Mar I) M A A S lookare id dam by Hamlet Ilurgin, Ky id dans Klh)H lllythr by Jim lack, the first of his produce securing a revnrd of 1 i or better and jjoo to the by III)his damHambal, Potter, Compromise, 4th dam """"i"", iuns u uamliy Harris Denmark ing for Tascott. j; j We will give Sua to MANAGERS, he the s rting Mgie wan g.tt by ma. It lUgle Star Kagl-D .M X A. S HOW MAN. 7 first obtaining a record ol a o or better Mad- a fine black jennet s ld by Dr iicnnel, dam Fl.,y Ckl,!e' Losings., by by l.arTar isort count), 10 Leti Hubble, lliml.t Denmttk was Building, Louisville Washing! n Commerce TeneliliiR AVIilst t 810 n Hour. Denmark, dam by llishpllamblmmun Hr lis Denmark was hy MilUr's Denmark Our women clamorers who onco be. Agents throughout the South. At $10 for a Living Oolt. irtissulcrmg ,,n nM M,Ci color, sts and action rated tho other sex because it did not together with hi most excellent brrcdn.g, we think we have placed hit services low STANDARD A lien will be retained em colts for sissmms open doors of professional and indnstri.il Standard Rule 6. Care taken 10 prevent accidents but no respon1' 2 15, I R1.1I, Stanford King loskey. Uy lllack sire W. A. TRIBBL3, Local Agent, arts to them havo found, by looking, Mary Peloskeyj' ,,damofElia lanedam of record Mes bred bv stallion, i'1-- , hands high, foaled in illi, sibility should aHy ocmr Miud A Goldsmith, Orange county. New ort Lou 2 that theso doors havo never been closed, seneer 2 16k,. lireere W likes will make the seaSired by Costtlar tut STANFOKD. KY. 6 Also al ihe same itme and plate we will surd First dam Woburn Maid, by Woburn toe, (the also that their oratory had been useless. son of 1S91 at my place ai miles from Stanford on the fine imported jatk, dam of Carver fil',) ad dam by a Mambrino They are struck dumb because, having the Rush llrauch pike, horse, id dam by Mambrino Messenger Lastelar iooj, by trriunteerss. stre of St Jnlien preacueti equality, tUey can say nothing At $20 to Insure a Living Colt, 1 11W, ett , 1st dam Miss Nodine by Hammond and have no arguments to use against Keejnrd i y. sonol Potter's Clay: 7tl dam Wells' Star, dun of fact He is . Mack, nearly 15 hands high, of fine bene tho male whist teacher who supplements Money due as soon as the paid is ascertained. A Artillery a si1 and Modesty 2 6 by Aimtncan (Standard Rule 6 ) SIANDARD hen on colt until money n inanition, and will serve marcs ' Mar 11 , id dam by Hertrand CHARLKS DUNN, Stantord. Ky See 2 10, his income as a bank teller by lato after8 Ilrown horse, 16 hands foaled May, iMj Sired by Dictator 113 (sire of Woburn u, dy Hambletonian 10, 1st dam Miss At $10 to Insuro a Living Oolt. Phallas a i34, Director a 17 and 10 others in the noon and evening classes. Cooley, by Telegraph 301 ; ad dam the dam otGco ill KM) IIY Kil.N'ZI. 3 30 list. A lien will be retained on colls for season Cooley, b) Friday Full brether to King Rene l 30J4 An attractive man who earns those iVsrlnw will stand at my stable 3 First dam Alice, by Almont 33. Kd miles 0 II II. A K. l WOODS First dam dam of Fence bv A in on Second dam Norma, by Alexander's Norman 35. thousand dollars a year for services Irom Stanford on the new White Oak k,i. Du '1 hird dam Young Tw ) man mare, by Coeurde Farrest a wri, sou of Alment 1 wri. " Riser turnpike, near Duddcrar's Mill, rendered from 10 to 3 o'clock at a bank Second dam by Garrard Clnet, sire of Haul Leon (Hetis.) iK miles bestows one afternoon hour and two Will make the seison of 1S91 at my stable the Stan- - At $10 to DukesaaV, Fourth dam Old Twyman mare untraccd. on Insure a Living Colt. Third dam by Grey Eagle .Doner's sire of ad Mtlledgetille, Almont 33 (sire of Fanny Witherspoon a i6 evening hours, with two tables at each from tV Milledgeville Lincoln county, pike, dam of I.ady Davis a jiV. ford Piedmont a uM and 35 others in a 30, also sire Ed. Harlow's calls that have come this spring Fourth dam by Coppcrbcttom, sire of dam of of the dams of Alabaster, 4 years 2 15, J U, class, in teaching whist at $10 an hour! are good ones and bid fair 10 make valuable ani- Haul Duke a s 17H. Catchtly a isjf, Hinder Richardson Ho is engaged fifteen hours a week and At $15 to Insure a Living Colt, mals. anil lt.11. .nlnta hi suu KttNji wassirtsl by llelmont, dam lllandina ass Iris phi m - 1st. silt, s,nuiis,UIJ IG JJYa. 1IKC King lark Money due when mare is parted with. (dam ot wigert vsith ij in a 30 or belter, Abdal high and itan elegant hay, 4 )Mr, old. ifl hands d circle) by Abdallah 15; ut dam Sally Ander-- J U18 pupils get tiieir Uionev'a Worth of combined horse. son by Mambrino Chtel 11; 2d dam Kato by ainustiinvnt, jut, Adonis is a beautiful dark bay with black points, I will also stand ut the same time and place lah 1'ilot, 3 better than to and King Rene "" s horse, he by Dr . J! ,"," with 13 in a 30 list by Mambiino Chief, d Jam 11 Pilot Jr. ia. i inches high was Those who want to it hands prand saddle horse. foaled August, 688, mt young jack. d y Steamboat own. 1" Women who have mourned the wronps and U a lurch mare (dam of Rosalind iail and Donald Norman J5 (sire ol Lula 2 wK 5Iy Queen 2 20,01 Virginia t,wwiii,jraised by Stephen "t a by Ilrown I'llot. Rienri is full brother ol " rhe dam was the dams of Nerval 2 jy Normon Medium done to their bex have no words fitted to breed to a handsome Kentucky saddle stallion are Sarrpson. and King Rene joS,,sireof Fugue 2 19V4 .Mist J wM Morse Horse 6; 1st Too 3o, etc.)t. by by Magnum Uonum, dam Slocum the last usurpation. Of course there invited to look mine over and see his action ,J ,a,n Br original first J,m I'rince Kd.ard s J4V Sartenet 1 2l and iiolh n are, s. b. Hell, riV"ltWolf""1 by original Denmark, wiio ran U, JlVwas sired by'the grand show horse. Second At $$ to list Dictator, the sire of George Dictator, for many are women who teach whist accordiug consecutive miles In a race at New Orleans, 4th insure a living coll Joe is a red jack. 3 crs 2 Washobscurity and really nev to Almont Forrest 2 v"s. sired by Almont 1 years languished he by Cunningham's Jewel, he by years old last October, full 1$ hands high, of tine by Cavendish, and do it well. Even Jewel; Denmark r"y ule:6,h er had a chance at the stud until he came to ington style and action; bred by the late Peyton hmnree, (sire of 37 with records of t 30 or better ami (J d.Sbrsi,.ruJ;,aw,,,,,,u" Kentucky; then 13 tears old and having up to illogical minds learn from them how to His first dam Minnie, by McDonald s Halcorn, ol Lincoln count, and has a double cross of Jim siros witn tsi trotters v. iih records of a III make the season nf ,R ., m fitm w unthat time but 39 foals and nt 20 had less than 200 bo tolerable performers with cards, still ad dam by Wells' Crusader, his hrst dam Porter Information s to his breeding, call ' ter and his daughters have jS with records of jo old v m Hall place, wiles from Stanford, First dam by Edwin Ferrest with two known, but thought to be an Oliver foals, andonly a few of them were out cf well on Wm Gooch,of Lincoln, or J. P. Kmbrec, of or better in a 30 list and sire of the dams of ulni 30 Int. mares Few stallions impart more speed to it is tho man who has led and leads in be allowed to servo ten or filteen jiaaison Adonis will bred Garrard Chief sired Mambrino Chiet; isi dam At $8 to Insure a Living Oolt. . his descendants, and besides they have endu- the prosperities of instructing in whist. good mares only Money due on all seasons when the colt comes Dolls Dixie by Frank; id dam by Aratus; td dam Mares kept on grass or fed at reasonable prices, or mare traded off rance combined with level heads He is the New York Cor. Chicago Herald. At the smae place I will stand by Hambletonian, 4th dam by Dunned Garrard 8 but not responsible for any accidents should any sire of 28 in the 2 1 or better list, 24 trotters and 17 fine young C. M SPOONAMORE Chiif sired Haul Duke i '., Mainlirino Hippy jam, pacers. The tro'ttsrs are headed byJayE)e a 31H, Red Crook i ji1,, Maggie Lee a j; and F F. SANDIDGF.. bee 2 io, Phallas 2 lfA, Director 3 17. We do Milledgeville, Ky. Nobby, sire of Nobby, Jr, a 18,, and also sired A Useful Kliyinc. 6 notknovt another stallion that has three such BE3LM0NT CHIEF 8689. ville. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt, 1 At $10 to Insuro a Living Oolt. I SUMAC. -- 1 "" ""ui - a, si-n- o LORD CLIFTON, II j- -s ear-ol- J d 1 ( HUT4l tiii-u- l i Iih-is- h - S50 to S30 tho Season, 111 J. Proprietor. j t- POWDER Belleview Stock Farm, Season of ear-Ol- d SILVER TIP. Absolutely Pure BELIaEVIEW" WILKES Gold-dus- t. FOR SALE RENT. 341 VJ J rs. ji. 1 1 rcspuii.i-Mlit- 1 111 gi-- rj ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. v S EAGLE BIRD. 1 Insurance Gompany, 0 1ROSCOE. Cash, tho usual 1 ,.,.,,,, c ( .! 01 1 Brssse Wilkes. 1 Ed Barlow 2375. - Geo. Dictator 3862, Jay-Ey- e PENCE L d Three-yearisl- jroHar s. weljcs. BOY. ADONIS im. I I si a A s .sit s rs ... KING tt EmtrGG, 1 111 311 111 too-b- el 5 At Dover DnelU Ocorno Brown, Kvjtilre, Good Clinrloa French antl Da Id Fryur. Stallions lor 1891. Tho reader will At $20 to Insure a Living Colt. HOGA1T. if hands high; foaled 18S3. Sired by KINO CKSAR. (II) Hugan's Administrator.) First dam Carrie Allen, by Ashlcud Jr. S'econd dam by Sir Robin Third dam by Gdtner llrown's Highlander. Kintr Cc.ar.bt Ilogan's AdminKtrator 'sire of Major Landers 3 27U on of Administrator 337 (sire of Catchlly a iSK. McMahon j 31 and 6 others of in 2 30); dam by American Clay 34 (sire dam Gran(dam ville 2 26 Maggie Itriggs 237 etc ad Wilcox 3 t64 and llald Wilkes 230) by Red of llawk; 3d dam by Mambrino Chief 11 cgan will stand Day stallion, Georgo Brown. Esquire; of course, stopping at Esquire, tho sixth word, as Es- quiro Commences with an E go to the nlpnabet ana count from A to E, which is live numbers then ns Jan 1, 1891, came in on Thursday (always count from Thursday), thus Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday then as Monday is the fifth day from Thursday tho month came in on that day. Take nuy month you choose, use tho little rhyme and alphabet bo careful; count from tho first day tho year comes in on, and you can instantly tell the day any month comes in on for all time to come. St. Louis Republic. little rhyme there are twelve words to correspond with tho twelve months of Wallace Denmark, Lexcll, Tom tuo year now in order to find any day By Longfellow, dam Slipper by Robinson. the UlOHtll COIlieS 111 Oil proceed as fol- Planet, lows: What day does the 1st of June The Fancy Saddle Stallion, come in on? June is the nixth month, At $20 to Insure. and you must say: At Dover Dwells oben'e in tho above Saddle Stallions. MINSTREL Wallace DeDmark, Is a rich Mahogany bay, ijitf hands high, heavy mane and tail , is strictly hue and lancv. Is both a natural and pleasant saddler, breeds fancy and when nuielly driven in harness goes like a trotter stIe on both sides to the third He isliigh-tai- l is backed by thoroughbreds on both sides, making htm very active and sprightly m gait ; in He was sired by form and finish a perlect model Sumpter Denmark, he by Goddard s Denmark, he by Gaines A: Cromwell's Denmark, he by the race horse Denmark, he by Imp lledgeford His firsts dam was sired by Sir Wallace, he by lodhunter d Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert, thoroughbred; I ranby, lam by Virginius dam of Virginius by Mason s thoroughbred he by the celebrated Wlnpp; yl dam a Wtupp mare. LITTLE RUFFIN, Uy Monarchist, Dam Imp. Bon Bon, by Macaroni, n, At $15 to Insure. POWHATTAN III By Imp. Glenelg, AVelcht of Ice on Trees. ..,,u, At $15 to Insure. A gentleman of Brooklina has sent an account of u very interesting exneriinent in taking tho weight of tho ice upon tree orancnes during tne recent ice storm f""lr;bretlln when the icoon tho trees was at its maxiBy Ten Brocck, dam by Planet, gentleman thus dencribea mum. This TOM ROBINSON, tho result of his experiment: "A branch Wallace Denmark above ; 1st dam by Mil At $10 to Insure. At $10 to Insure. of tho syringa which weighed ono pound Son of ler's Denmark, ms nam ' n. ".'" had fivo pounds of ice on it, nnd a branch Komery'sOlivcr; 3d dam bv Old heavy maneTom i.i. and horse, black with of pino needles weighing one pound had U a fine shaped high, is a na ural sadd cr and has "also have tail, u'l hands I At $30 to Insure a Living- Oolt. The Saddle Stallion, twelve pounds of ice on it. I got these proven himself a fancy breeder. season ofigqi at The above stock will Ilustonvil weights by taking the wood with the ice mv farm 3W miles from make the e, near CarpenBUCKDEN on it at first, and then taking the weight ter's station, and will be permitted to serve mares Will stand at same place best iennet jacks Two ot which are noted as the for a jack colt and of wood after tho ice had melted. This by the insuranct, I will alio stand my splendid youngjack, and will serve jennets at i mares At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. does not represent correctly tho enorAt $10 to Insure. 515 tor a jennet and will serve Wallace and Lexell at $15, He is a bright bay without ary white, is ijJ4 mous strain or actual pressure exerted on hands high, lino mane and till, of fine action and At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. the branches of trees by theso ice storms, And Tom at $8. is a natural saddle horse; by Silver King, the Four years old, black with white points, ijjf hand. fine mule jacks and will but lluck-epremium horse First dam by The other jacks are will easily account for the sad break-ag- o For pedigrees and particulars, 5 rcat 3d dam by Denny's Drcnnon; Imp. dam by Stock committed to my care and breeding- will 3d " "v "! serte mares colt due Oct her ist. .&. or when Grass furnished at of trees so common tho past few receive my personal attention. Filtnore. Filmore was a great show horse In his "" ' removal ol address reasonable day. He was by Montgomery's Whip and out of with nays, ana the dangers from theso ice Itock. No rates, o be paid lor be ore or escapes At $10 to Insure. responsibility for accidents j.caingion LFcninars. 1 ice will be due when a mare by Frank, thoroughbred. S. H. or J, H. Baughman, foaled or from . or will Parting ..:l., miles fstardntmv siables on tie blOITUS on both rrvj ntwl iviron "Rna lorftlU with stockand removalseason neighborhood Mares kept at reasonable rates but not responsi. iser month mare I. parted w ith. Marea kep, ,, 1! due. make owners' risk. I solicit .closeTn,pe 011th of Stanlord. insurance Lie for escapes or accidents. tou Transcript. Somerset pike a Stanford, Ky. ton of my stock. I, S. TEVIS 9 A. M. FENCE. Stanford, Ky. J. STEELE CARl'ENTER. M.S. IlAt'OHSIAN, Stanford. 8 9 Shelby Ci'ty.Ky. . Denmark above, is a beautiful black is hands 3 Inches high, heavy mane and good weight and fine style, 3 years old next tail, of May and ua very promising saddle colt. Pedigree Hrst dam by VidetteJ 3d dam by by index Sir Wallace.as jjivcn above. Hawk, he by old Hlack Hawk. hebv Hlood's Chief; 3d dam by Vind-x- " 1st dam by Mrnnliaino Hay Messenger; 3d dam by Cannons V. hipp Son of Wallace XiE2L, Dam Florence I, by Imp. Australian, CONCREGAN, '"""'in Hoskins a i6J and Chainpague a jn and his daughters have produced 11111330 list and his sons havu produced c with records of 330 or bet tcr. Alexander's Abd.illih 3 43 sired by Kysiyk's Humbletonlati, dam Katie Dirllng Alexander's Abdallah a 41 is the sire of 6 in tho 3 Jo list, his daughters have produced 21 with records ol 1 in or bttter and his sons have sired 106 with records of 2 10 or better. MambrlnoChiei sired hy Mambrino Paymaster, dam the dam nf Goliath 3 31 Mambrino Chief Ins 8 in 3 30 list and his daughters have 33 with records of 3 30 or better and his sons have sired 81 in the j 30 circle. I'llot. Jr ,by old I'llot, dam Nancy Pope. I'llot Jr 'is the sireol 9 with records of 1 30 or better and his sons have sued 18 with records of a 30 ami betterand his daughters have produced 34 with records of 3 jo or bttter and two of his daughters product d Maud S.iof, and Jay Kyc See a 10 Rysdyk's Hambletonian sired by Abdallah, is dam Charles Kent marc by Imp (lellfounder. 3d dam One Eye, by lllshop's lliimbletnulan; 3d dam Stiver Tail, by Imp Messenger. R)sdyk's Ham bletonmri has sired 41 with records of 3 30 or bet tcr and his daughters have prodaced 75 with records of 1 3oor better aid 119 of his sons have sired 701 wun records 01 2 30 or netter, FENCE is a horse ol great speed; 339 is no mark of his speed. Owing tn an accident getting fastened in his stall which threw him out ot training he would now have a mark of 3 ao or bitter In a race at Nicholosville he trotted as good as 3 as. With the blood of Hambletonian, Mamhrino Chief, Pilot, Jr., and Edwin Forrest and as great an individual as he is, Fence is bound to make a great stock horse He will make the season of 1801 at mv stable tM miles Irom Stanford on ihe Hustonville pike, the dam of Mistake 2 and Don I'uarro, old record 2 14K, Ed (.smbrel 1 17 ' h,Y, "" jack has a fttia llelmont sired by Alesander's AbdalHih 1 41 1st 1 j -- .iu i.iic'TP0""1 spneh stand and Buncs. ne wii; dam llclle dam of McCurdv's Hambletonian 236M by Matnbrimi Chief , id Jam llclle laupby llelllounder llelmont is tne sire of 3s in th 1 jo list, his daughters have prudutcd 31 in J 30 list and A lien will be on colts till season mon 30 of Ins sons have sired m with records of jo ey Is paid, but if retained parted mare Is with season money or ucurr Almont 1 vy ,, sired by Alexander's Abdallah bocomos due 1 1 43, 1st dam Skllie Anderson by Mamhrino Chief; S PHILLIPS 3d dam Kate by I'llot, Jr. Almont 2 fj$t sired 37 t m Stanlord, Kt with records ol 2 30 or belter and hit daughters have 2 in 1 30 or better, 46 ol bis sons have sued 11 III 1 30 list Edwin Forrest sired by Young SI'KLD Combined Stallion S1VLK. Hay Kentucky Hunter 1st dam by Watkln s I Highlander Forrest is the sire of Hilly Kdiu SAM. Ju -- AS. At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. LEXINGTON DENMARK Will make the season of 1R01 at " Travelers' Rest Farm'' near Shelby City, Ky , At $15 to Insure a Living' Oolt. He is a Mood bay, hands high, ef, hind foot white, heavs mane and tail Sired by Saddlewood First nam by Smith s Almont, slreof Katie Howard 3 ioi, ad dam by lAird Wellmgioii Saddlewod, a grand saddle horse, w.i Wildwood, istdambyhtar Denmark, the of 100 pre.i lums 3.I dam by an imported winner saddle ,,asl"?V : 'vl ,lam h? Veech "nbletomau Wildwood was br Illackwinul i. 1 vear.nM .. sireof Hlackwood. Ir. dam Kate Mrs. sengcr by Messenger Jr; ad dam by Daw Crockl ctt.Jr.; id dam by Hrunswick, son 4th .1a.,, by Davis' Ha.nbktonian Sm..h'.PAI-, ' ........ jj, ,IIC , Witherspoon 3 ,6'j. Ac. ivestiuor.i a74 by Illackwoal Norman 35. sireol Lula a May ouVen 3 so fi.c. Dam by Mambrino Chief1 ' Islington Denmark is claimed to be one of tho handsomest and most beautiful horse. In saddle and a horse, trotter and goes the cam n,i,'.ii finogaited 11. 1.... ....,.. . Su Kau imui racking and irotting.with-ou- t any prrpan ition He emanates from the high, est class of saddle and premtun horses in y on his sire's side and his represents some of the best Irnttlm. im,i,.. dam .!,.: .. ... country. This combination produces the bestcom- ,. ,,:.,uiCwniunu ,noie tvhlch mand the best prices in all eastern markets com. Any one will have to see him to appreciate his great. it lr ui.- Ken-tuck- - Five Splendid Jacks, Eagle Denmark, KING Imported Hidalgo, '," - n; Na r . !& "ii ut"T',-r'v T Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal - Stanford, Ky., B.O.WALTON, A rim, 10. 1891 Bus.ManaRor OK IlOI'K TltANHMISSlON I'OWKII. TIlO utility of wiro ropo tnuiBininflion hits become widely recognized. Not only amon the niKKCil hilla and mountnitiH of tlio Kaatnntl West, wlioro atronms po rustling ilown tlironti tlie caveniB nntl rocky Btccpn, wliero no locations for mills or factories nro nllbnlni, in this nicniifl of trnnsiiiiHnion of precious power appreciated, but it is bo convenient to use it that we llnd on tlio prairies of the West millH behiK operated at a lonjr distance from water powers by wire ropo. A few days hro on a trip through Ko bmskn, wo noticed a ropo stretching for nearly a inilo from a water power to a mill that had recently been built a railroad, the owners finding it much more to their advantage to have it there, with tlio switching privileges afforded, than at the dam. Tlio expense of hauling the Hour, which is thiiB saved to them, will yery booh pay for the system of power transmission. Modern Miller. Danokhous to Live. Aro wo safe nowhere from bacteria, somo ono inquires, not even when wo aro Boaled up in a vacuum in a glass case? Not content with showing im that horrid monsters claw and fight in every drop of water we drink, scientific gentlemen have now been microscopically overhauling a hailstone and find that an infinitesimal speck of the ice contains no less than 400 to 700 bacteria. They may ho tho germs of smallpox, scarlet fever, leprosy, naughtiness and crime. Not even ice will kill them, for they thaw out and wriggle ferociously. The invention of tho microscope revealed wonders to man, but it has made life a burden to nervous people. Nothing is free from microbes any more, nothing is pure, except tho benevolent motive of one, saj-tho same inquirer, who lends a friend $5 when ho never expects to get It back again. -.--.. FKEIGET CONDENSERS. WHAT THE ADVANCED LIVE FARMER RAISES WHAT BREEDING MEANS. Articles of In corporation We the iimlerslcned I w STOCK FOR. our naval ships are native born. The statistics show a proportion of 1,278 foreigners in a total of 7,1M(). This alien predominance has always been recognized as a source of danger In tlio event of war. It has also proved u hindrance to good discipline, since the majority of these foreigners have been criminals, thu vilest riflrall. It has been found s difficult to instruct them as to govern them. To remedy this evil, a bill has been passed by the House of Representative!! which forbids tlio enlistment of aliens after July 1, 1801. Provision is made, however, for their elilintment on foreign stations in cases of emergency. It is also provided that Ilvo years' continuous service in the navy may be construed as residence for tho purpose of obtaining citucmdiip. compost) tlio crews of 'beach-climbers,- " lss than one-hal- f of tlio sailors who Vesuvius has been tlio scene of many destructive eruptiotiB since tho year A. D. 70, when Ilerculaneum and Pompeii wero completely destroyed. In December HIM, there was an outburst which lasted until February, UV.Y2, ami caused incalculable damage to life and property. In 1770 nn enormous mass of rock, 108 feet in circumference, was (lung up into the air for a tremendous distance, and in 1S2J the whole top of the mountain was completely destroyed and a great chasm formed, which measured three miles around and 2,000 feet in depth. The last eruption was in 1870, but tho volcano is still smoldering, and any day may witness another outbreak and worse devastations than ever. Dr. Gibier'a conviction that Dr. Koch's discovery is a scientific delusion is shared by a good many investigators. If the conclusion is sound it is very bad news for human kind. Tuberculosis kills nearly 100,000 persons every year in the United States alone, and it is a very pitiful thing if tho hope of its extermination by the Koch lymph as small pox has been suppressed by vaccination must bo abandoned. N. Y. World. f Farmers with Grunt mill Grain to Murknt l'rrfer to Oct the floods In n .Shape Where It Can Wulk Off of Itself Hliwll It He Homo or Steers? Advanced fanners in tho west two tha farm's animals merely an freight condensers. They bnvoulrrgo araonnt of grains, grasses and hay for which they mast seek a distant market, mid they prefer the animal which will carry theso products to market with tho greatest profit. With somo fanners tho hog is preferred for grains, tho steer for grasses, while others prefer tho sheep, still others tho horse, while ordinarily a combination of theso with tho corn is required to servo tho puroo of tho farmer. Thero has leeii no little discussion as to tho difference between tho cajiacity of tho horso and tho steer to make a profitable uso of food. The horse, pound for pound, hells for about two and a half timet! as much as tho steer, but the first cost Is relatively much larger. Given both as weanlings there is probably very little difference between tho cost of tho pounds added that differenco is in the conditions and- - circumstanced of tho farmer, rather than in tho animals themselves. With winter bluo grass jKiKiures north of tho winter mud lino wo are satisfied that a jwund of horseflesh can bo made chcajer tliau a pound of beef. German vxiMriinenta seem to show that tho hter digests coarse food a triflo letter than the horse, whilo French and American experiments lead to about the samo results. Whether, therefore, tho horso or tho steer should lx preferred depends on considerations other than those of tho cost of making tho pounds. TIiomj aro liability to damage from accidents, tho character of tho farm as to its adaptation to grain or grass, tho individual tastes of tho owner, the quality of brood mares or colts available for purchase, and other mattors of like character. Homestead. Kiiiipy 1'nultry. Took Him at Uih Wo;u. Fog "What things women are to tako a fellow in earnest." lirowu "As for in stance?" Fogg "When my wife start-- 1 cd for Now lork, I said in a perfunctory way, 'Hy-bmy dear;' and from tho bills that have been sent to mo I suspect she's been doing but little else since she went away," m w A citizen of St. Louis makes a good living by renting turtles to restaurants for advertising purposes. He gets 2 a day for each, and they are always in ded Wisdom. Two years ago Secretary , Windoin was supposed to be worth but his estate, so far as has been traced, is valued at not above 5o,000, of which $5,000 is a life insurance nolicy. Traveler 1 tell you, sir, tho most admirable housekeeper that over lived was my mother-in-law- . "And she Is no linger living?" "A Ins, no I Kuten by the cannibals in Africa." "You don't mean it?" "It was even bo. When the cannibals had thrust her into tho caldron and she was beginning to cook, she cried out faintly with her Inst words: "Don't forget tho Bait and popper 1" j'JftO,-000- Tho chicken breeder who has got far enough along in his business to gratify his eye for tho picturesque cannot do than to go in for fancy fowl raising to som? extent. Hut ho should do it cautiously, and even hero with an eye to ultimata profit. At tho conntry places of wealthy people fancy fowls aro in demand. They look handsome and striking about tho grounds. Rich aro increasing in tho United States every year, and more of them aro wanting country places, therefore tho careful breeder of jioultry novelties may bo tolerably sure of a market for them if he lives in tho right place. lx-tteo-pl- o mand. They are left outido the door on the day before tho turtle soup isserv-eand create a run next day for the soup, but they are not in it. m p i Si'kcial Pi.kadino. She And you Troubltfl are God's angels in disguise. They enter into our Uvea as into tho pool of .Siloam, to stir up and hinder us from stagnating. Thoro is nothing worse for n man than that ho should bo m allowed to move on easily and smoothly "There," said Hrown, triumphantly through tho world without opposition putting his basket down before his wife. and without disappointment. Patience, Thoro is tho day's catch." gentlenefls, forbearance, hopefulness aro "Why, John," said Mrs. Brown, openall best loarned in tho school of suffering tho basket, "there's nothing but a ing and sorrow. string of sausages and a steak here." Do you know I like to stuProfeflsor "Hang that butcher for a fool!" said John. dy young women ? MissSharpo And havo you studied Some moralist and economist puta it in me out? this way: From a bushel of corn tho disP. Not quite; but I shall find you out tiller getB four gallons of whisky, which very soon. will retail at $10. The government geta Misa S. Yes, I think you will tho S.'MiO, tho farmer getfl 10 cents, the railnext time you call. road gets 1; tho manufacturer gets $ 7 . m and tho consumer gets drunk. If a box 0 feet deep wero filled with sea water and allowed to evaporate Tho man who hauls crooked and tho sun, there would bo two inches knotty wood to his preaolier and charges of salt on tho bottom. Taking tho aver-ag- o full price for it, just because the preachdepth of tho ocean to bo three miles, er can't help himself, will be surprised there would bo a layer of pure salt '21U) io see every suck oi mat wood como up feet thick on tho bed of tho Atlantic. against him on tho judgment day. The French Way A Paris tobacco- Ram's Horn. The statement made by certain sciennist, who had ncrhups beun in America, advertised a cert dn cigar to bo "tho beat tists that tho equator ia moving north is in tho world for live conta." Ho was ar- exciting apprehension. Tho Boston rested, failed to provo it "tho best" and globe fears that it will result in transferwaa fined $0 for mnlicious intention to ring bananas, cotton, alligators and tho negro question to the northern States. deceive. Detroit Free Press. Dr. Charles Anderson Dana has de"How good of you to come, doctor! I clared in favor of free coinage. Tho doc expect you this morning." didn't "No; but I was called to your opposito tor waited until Mr. Cleveland had put' neighbor, poor Mrs. Urown, and thought himself on record before ho took tho op- -' I might as well kill two birds with one posito side. It s n little way ho has, Kansas Citv Star. Btone. Judge. m really love me? Ho Yes my angol. She Oh,- but I can't marry you. 1 feel certain I couldn't make you happy. Ho Oh, but, dear, I'm of tho most contented disposition you don't know-hoeasy to please I am. Ono of the most picturesque breeds of fancy chickens is tho Houdan, a French hocdans. m tin-(l- or fowl. The Houdans aro black and white penciled birds, with splendid crests or topkuoU. They aro bearded about the throat, and aro altogether odd and attractive. They aro very good layers, too, producing fine largo eggs, but tho h"ns are not inclined to tho sitting and hatching business, and it will bo well to let boiiio of tho common hens mother tho chicks, or stepmother them, according as ono regards tho hen that lays or tho hen that hatches tho egg as tho mother of tho chick. Tho Hondans como naturally from a warmer climate than our northern states, therefore they must have warm, dry quarters in winter. Their flesh is excellent eatmg. Like tho Dorking, thoy have a fifth too. Tho Jajwneso bantam is another odd and pretty fowl. It comes black and white. In rearing bantams tho object is to make them as small as possible, and tho chicles of a little Japanese bantam hen look scarcely larger than young Incorporators, to W. Ttiirc Which Kvrry Stock Kalxer Ought K. I.uca, W I (iann, M.W Jones, J. A. wit: liryint, K H Lucas, J. N Ilowling and Dr. to Thoroughly. J. T Wesley ?. -ihis ilay organized into a body un.uj'BWiTjamTn What is breeding baml on? Itia based havthe general corporation laws ot corporate Ken der State of MHsssss'WWls on bereditv. Wo use another word, txv Jiaky as ret forth in Chapter 56 of the General Statute of aii with ' tency or prepotency. Mr. Wylie spoke herein set forth, Statewit. powers and duties as to AKT. I. of inbreeding as establishing potency. The narrc of this corporation shnll "The Ja Tho Jew is the most jvonderf ully inbred nle Wah Institute" ol Middleburir.be Kentucky. man of all men on earth. Uo has been and it principal location and place of business Ky inbred from the very day ho left tho shall lie .Miudlefturg,AKT. II. Said corporation shall have nower to have oer. Egyptians. You may breed him with be to have any raco on earth, and tho child will tie petuil succession, to Mie and or sued, transitu-bl-a e common seal, to render shares stock 011 the books ol the corporation, to exempt pri a Jew more Uian anything else. Now vate those aro principles tliat apply right debts,property of the shareholders from corporate to make contracts and and transfer here, just tho same with animals as with wiojicny 111 ine same manner acquire a private individuals and to make rules and regulations men. What is tho reason for that? deemed expedient and not in conflict with the the Jew has established a typo so constitution or laws of the Stated Kentucky or of Making direct connections in Central Union depotently and jiowerfully that the mo- the United States pot for ART III ment the current of his blood strikes the The object ol the corporator is to promote and St. I.ouis, Michigan Points, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Htiffalo, encourage a higher grade of education and better current of other blood tho Jew current school lacilitiis Indianapolis and thu West, in town of the other, and tho re- of Mlddleburg, andthe couoty of Casey and espetaktt! Canada, New England, adjacent counties am! sult ia a Jew. Now that is a valuable cially to secure this end by erecting or procuring thing to study on; that is tho meaning good school buildings and maintaining a good Washington, corps of instructors. Baltimore, Philadelphia, Tart. tv. Quickest time tollarrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky. of pedigree. Richmond, VIRGINIA Shortest and The capital stock of this corporation shall b Some men sneer at pedigree and say Quickest line to Dollars and divided that it is worth nothing. Pedigree has Ten Thousand tho value of $10 each. into one thou sand shares of The paivate property cf tho stix kholders (hall not be subject to a long number of agreeing blooda behind it in line. Men need not only a good the corporate debts. ART. V. Solid Trains, bagagi. cars, smoking cars and coiches, Pullman lloudoir Sleepers through withspecimen of tho individual animal, but The corporation shall begin its legal existence out chance via ChatUn;oga, !iirmingham,Merid they need a long Hue of fathers and on the nth day of March, itigt, and it shall contin- ian making direct connections en route for Knox. for the period years, mothers of the same line characteristics, ue and during terminated of twenty-riv- u vote of ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the unless previously by a majority bo that there is a constant agreement the stock at a meeting tor that purpose. AKT VI. and augmentation and enlargement of The officers ol this Company shall comiit of a of At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming the functions for which tlio breeding is Hoard of nine Trustees, at lean Ma'con, Savannah, shall be churches, who ton, Charleston, Augusta, done. It is a well known fact today whom be elected chosen from Ilaptist organuaiion of Brunswick, Lake City, Thomasville aud FLORIshall immediately after DA points. that if a Texas steer is given a qnarter this corporation, three oi whom shall hold their The only line running solid trains with choice term of three term of a bushel of corn meal as his ration, offices for theand threeone year,term of for the years Pullman lloudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to Jack of two yeais for tho three sonville without and you take a Shorthorn steer and feed and until their successors arc elected and quali- gers or baggage. change lor any class of passenelection of the three Trustees the same quantity, you will get fied. The annual shall be on the first Saturday of Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur, him asaboteset lorth very different results. Why? Because june in eacn year, but a special election shall be Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. Moquickest to Anniston, Selma, Shortest called at for Trustee or the ower to assimilate food and pro- Trustees anytimefilling the removal of a said Hoard bile. Ducctand connections made at NEW ORor the of Vacancies in duce meat has been bred into tho Short- of Trustees by a published notice lor four weeks LEANS without omnibus transfer for Galveston newspaper This special meeting Houston, Austin, horn and by a constant, slow process in thebenearest by a may called majority 01' the board of TrusTEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. built up. tees or by a majority of the stockholders and pub The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, Tho Texas steer has not been bred for lished in a newspaper as above set forth. Miss. , Shreveport La., making direct connections ART. VII. Dallas Fort anything except to get over the ground, This corporation is empowered to acquire an in- without omnibus transferror and points in Worth and I know by experience that ho can do debtedness in the interest of and in conformity Austin. San Antoma, El Paso inwith the of corporation, Lut that. I once had 300 of them chase me debtednessobjects not this anytime exceed said shall at fifteen TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. two miles across a prairie, and if a man hundred dollars. For through rates, correct county maps and tall W 1:. L.UCAS. W I. OANN. is to be judged by tho enthusiasm of his information call on Agent at Junction City, Ky. M V JONES, J A. HRYANT. FRANK W WOOLLEY. or address V. II. LUCAS, following, I was tho most jiopular mau J N. HOWLING, Trav. Pass Act., Lexington, Ky. J.T WKSLKV ever seen in Texas. Now, thero aro cerD. G. l.DWARDS, C.C. hARVBY. 1 G, P. it T. A., tain principles that I want to bring out State of Kentucky, casey uounty Cincinnati, O in order to show-- that a fanner needs to I, GeoJA I'rewitt clerk of the county court for study them. Why? Because bis money the above countv nnd State, do certify that the were and his living and his profits aro in theso abote Articles of Incorporationme this duly assign ed and acknowledged before day for the animals, and yet he seems to think that puiHc increin coniainca uy inc aoove incorpo-ators- , W. K Lucas, W. I. Gann, M VV. nobody but tho breeder ought to study Jones, A Ilrysnt, V. II. Lucas, J. N Howling breeding. Why, tho fanner is tho man and Dr.J. T. tsley, to be theirown Ireeact and J, deed. Given under my hand this nth day of that is to make tho money out of the March, 1S91. G. A. PKEW1TT. Co. Clk. farm. It ia tho average farmer that has Ily M W.Jones, D. C. State of Kentucky. j to produce tlio animals of tho country, ' Cas y County, j not tho breeder. Therefore tho average I, G A. I'rewitt, clerk of the countv court, fo farmer should bo just as wise in produc- the Countv and State aloreaid. do certify that the were this ing a good animal as tho breeder. He foregoing Articles of Incorporation same witn day "Hello I Tom. Glad to see yon, old fellow I tne lodged tor record wnereupon tnc it's almost ten years since v o were married. Sit should be a breeder. foregoing and ihis certificate hath been duly resaid office Given under my hand Jown: let's have on experience meeting, llow'a iny Now, take dogs, for instance. They corded in day of March, iSqi 'lie wife t " this nth same as nsaol, always want"Oh I she's are a favorite illustration of mine beO. A PREWITT. Clk. ing something I can't afford." Hy A. P Young, D C, 6 cause it is ho clear on tlio question of ' Well, we all want something more than we'ro jot. Don't yoaf" heredity. Tako a setter and a foxhound; "Yes: bull guess' want will be my master.' I both hitve uoses equally sharp. And yet itarted to keep down expenses ; and now LI I says I'm 'mean, 'and she's tired of saving and never hundred of years back wise men began having anything to show for It. I saw yonr wife to breed ono dog to smell birds alone, down street, and she looked is happy as a qnecn I " " I think she is ; and we are economical, too, and tho other to smell four footed anihue to be. My wife can make a little go further mals alone, and so well have they sucthan anyone I ever knew, yet she's always me with some dainty contrivance that ceeded tliat tho setter dog is almost obTHE GIIEAT HOUSEHOLD IlEMEDY FOR adds to the comfort and beauty of our little home, livious to any other scent than the scent and she's always ' merry as a lark.' When I ask how she manages It, she always laughs and says; of tho bird. 'Oh that's my secret I ' But I think I've disYou do not find dog men acting as covered her ' secret.' When we married, we both knew we should have to be very cart-- til, but she foolishly as farmers. No boy 15 years SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, made one condition : she would have herMagazine. old would ever nndertako to go hunting And she was right I I wouldn't do without It my. SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. self for double the subscription price. We read foxes with a bird dog or birds with a e it together, from the to the last word : PRICE SO CENTS. foxhound or either with a bulldog. the stories keep our hearts yonng; the synopsis Send three) two-cestomps for free sunnlo of Important events and scientific matters keeps And yet we havo thousands and thoume posted so that I can talk nnderstandlngly of sands of fanners who aro trying to make box and book. what Is going on : my wife Is always trying some new Idea from the household department: she butter with lieof animals and trying to makes all her dresses and those for the children, mako beef with butter animals. The and she gets all her patterns for nothing, with the Magazine ; and we saved Joe when he was so stcb average production of our cows ia a diswith the croup, by doing just as directed in the grace, 1 tell you, my friends, it ia not 6anltanan Department But I can't tell yon halfl'.' feeding bo much today aa it is intelligent "What wonderful Magazine la It I" " Demorest's Family Magazine, shaping of these animals for a purpose. "What! Why that's what Lll wanted so bid, An old man jumped up in an institute FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH.1 and I told her it was an extravagance." "Well, my friend, that's where yon mads a and said, "Yon may talk as much as you AND NURSERY PURPOSES. grand mistake, and one you'd better rectify a have a mind to about it, I say the breed TAR-OI- D toon as you can. I'll take your 'sub.' right here, CO., 111 on my wife's account: she's bound to have a china is in tho corncrib," ono of thoso truths t In time for our tin wedding next not true. 1 For sale by A. R. Penny and M. L. Houme, My gold watrh was the premium I got for month. that are partly troo; and getting up a club. Here's a ropy, with the new Premium 6aid, "If your words mean anything at tanford, List for club, the biggest thing out I I f yott don't all, they mean that you don't pay any see In It what you want, yon've only to to the publisberand tell him what yon want, whether attention to breed, but everything to It Is a tack hammcror n new carriage, and he will feed." "Yes," ho Baid, "that's right" make special term" for you, either for a club, or for partci-h- . Better subscribe right off and surprise "Very well," Baid I, "you are tho man I Mrs. Tom. S3.U1 a year will save fifty times have been hnnting for for years. You that In six month" Or send 10 cents direct to th W Jennings Demorest, J5 Kat llth pnbli'ier havo got a short cut to success, and 1 Stro-'t- . Veiv Yn-- k for a spcclmeu cony containing want to get it. It doesn't make any difthe Premium LUC" UiMU-ratun- " m&eSR 11.1 irvx w Bo-cau- ICNCKhTNATI9 posM-'ssio- n New York, Ronton, NH5W (OHILEAKfS, CAllMDMNASg two-thir- ds t, to-w-it, so-s- o, TAIHHD UPI! j SIS ABSOLUTELY PURE,v Chicago, 1 f title-pag- TARHDMDSOAP and" tea-se- j-- it is all in the "That's it," ho said. "Very well," said I, "do you remember that razor back hog wo had horo tliirty or ference what tho breed is, feed?" IlEAK THIS TW'IOJE! Tlio only Protection that will effectually protect till people, all classes, nil labor and all interests is that btylcd Sklf Protection ! acquired only from n truthtul knowledge ol ways and means, legal and illegal, jurt and unjust, hy which the burdens of government, profits of labor aud industry, are fco unequally divided. That knowledge is power, and ignorance its fclavo, id fonibly illustrated daily iu all walks f life, among all people, iu all countries. Where knowledge is used as a power or a means for gaining wealth without labor or an equivalent therefor, it becomes iiecessiry to deceive or keep iu iguorance of such methods thoso from whom the wealth is taken; hence it is that tit" the ten thousand newspapers print, tl ia the United titles, LjS th.m ton art- absolutely free and independent of die power or control of eomo claty, party or monopoly whose interest it is to keep tho great mass of poo;!o in bird. "1 waa at tho depot this morning when tho express went out, and I saw one of culation of a great deal of money, but it Badiiest partings I ever witnessed in my is very doubtful if it would help the condition of our poor to any extent. Tho life." "Yes; a man's suspenders parted when ho was reaching for tho train." war would bo mostly on paper and tho llghta would propably bo very scarce. Tho handsome Mathews orango grovo at Citra, Fla., was recently sold for tho Dr. Rovillout states that lemon juice, srtm of $1151,000. Thero aro used na a gargle, is an cfilcacioun specific enormous diphtheria and similar throat 100 acrea and tho trees aro in a thrifty against trouble, Ho has successfully thus em- condition, so that it can hardly bo called a fancy price, large as it is. ployed it for over 18 yejirs. WotiUMo Purchaser How much for Quester Of what denomination waa thia picture? Artist Tho price is loaned Skip last week? that bill you you expect to "Why, Jester Episcopalian I guess. It seems bo paid for man alive! if your work its you had been to keep lent. dead 100 or 500 years." Victim Doctor, I'm troubled with The intelligent farmer already knows cold feet. What do you suppose causes Ouo dol- that Irish potatoes should be planted on them? Doctor Cold weathor. land well drained. A loamy soil is tho lar, please. best. Wet, heavy soil is unsuitable An "inch of rain" means a gallon of nm When you want a hard master work water spread over a surface of nearly 2 square feet, or a fall of about 100 tons on for a beggar who has just become rich. Ram'u Horn. an aero of ground. War with Italy would causa tho cir- JAl'ANKSK IU.NTAMS. m A pair of theso quaint and attractive little creatures is shown in tho illustration. They are jiopulur as iet chickens. If you want to keep them very small indeed, hatch them in tho fall.soas'to stunt their growth by tho cold weathor. Tho is excellent, though flesh of tho bant-ithero ia not much of it, and bantam eggs aro considered tho finest flavored of any for tablo umj. I'olntw of Intrrrst. Gather eggs twico a day during freez- $o,-00- 0. m m ing weather. For breeders, select the pigs from old bows. They will bo louger bodied and have stronger boues. For pigs to market and mature early, however, young bows' offspriug will fill tho bill. Dr. Koch's lymph has been tried on cows with lung diseaso, and been found to work as well with them as with human In Holland there aro gooeerjifarma on beings. .Many a well to do fanner got his land which may bo found as many as 6,000 paid for by raising hogs. Iu suitable geese. They aro near Amsterdam, and localities no bettor paying stock can be are aa important and profitable aa a sheep ranch in America. ktct forty years ago?" "Oh, yes," ho said. "Now," I asked, "how would you feed that hog so ius to make a Poland China of him?" Ho looked a littlo staggered. I added, "How woultl yon feed a racehorse to mako a draft horso out of it? How would you feed a Jersey cow to mako a Hereford out of it?" "Well," he replied, "you may talk as much as you aro a mind to, but I beliovo just what I said." Now don't you seo tliat too many of us aro not teachnble? Hero is a bale of hay. On ono side comes a runuing horso, on tho other a draft horse, on this sido a dairy cow, and oil that sido a beef animal. Now there is just exactly ono kind of feed, yet in ono case it produces speed, quick, fast action; in another slow, strong action, in another it produces butter, aud iu auother beef. At another halo are fino wool sheep and mutton sheep. You seo the differenco in tho result. What is it that turns tho result off liko a switch down these different trades? What is it that takes tho samo car and shoots it upon ono track or auother? It is breed. Now one of tluvo disadvantages that wo labor under :is fanners is that wo aro not sufficiently educated up to tho idea of a thoroughbred Bire. Tho thoroughbred siro is tho siro that baa received, liko tho river, a lot of from tho mountains on either sido running into him to swell tlio potency of his blood, and that all in one lino. A thoroughbred Biro is so full of prepotency that ho impresses himself upon his progeny. For instance, breed a native cow with a thoroughbred Uolstein bull; ho has had so many years of breeding iu a distinct lino that ho invariably marks his calves black and white, and will continno to do so to tho end of time. Governor W. D. Hoard. sti-sani- s f g7l.M llllll removed my Barber Shop to the Com mcrcial Hotel, I am prbpared to accommodate la dies as well as gentlemen in anything they may wish in my line. Children also waited on. Call on me. JESSE THOMPSON, InCommerclal Hotel. IIaing COMPANY CREAM IX TT" 1 ffiTO IXINGTON.KJg1 SH IV YOU WANT sassshxMsssssssgMlsMTIpPBEy &M!jJ. GOOD BREAD AND A HAPPY COOK, USE CREAM FLOUR HADE BY LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS COMPANY, ijjioraneo of their method. Tho Cincinnati Yt'cekly inquirer is ono of tho few, if not the only oue, absolutely free from such influoncos. It is the most honest, thorough, able teacher and exponent of truthful knowledge, of reliable data, free from partisan bias, fair, frank and explicit to such degree that one cannot butfcol edified aud capable of forming correct Sucli a paper conclusions therefrom. should bo in every household. Sample copies can bo obtained by addressing tho publishers, at Cincinnati, O. LEXINGTON. KY, . rt - )l ii i MsimK2UGUimwatmKt& ., . 3txr2s Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - Stanfokd, Ky., ArniL 10, 1891 W. F. WALTON. DOUBLE NUMBER. ! rt Aftkb being villified on various occasions by members of the con. con., who aro not worthy to unlatch his shoe strings, Public Printer E. Polk Johnson Clay Bpoko at Kussellville takes occasion in an interview pub Candioatk to pay his Monday and took occasion to flay his op- lished iu tho Courier-Journa- l ponent for gubernatorial honors, Dr. respects to tho little pismeres and to Self-Lacing Clardy, whom he Baid had no public rec- mince no words in doing so. Ho charg ord that ho could discover, even with a ed several by name with lying and othmicroscope, except that he had stumped ers of showing bad faith towards him. Christian county in favor of a railroad Col. Johnson is one of the most patient Fubsidy. Mr. Rhea, candidate for attor- and long suffering of men, but woo to Harris' Now Theatre on 4th st reet, ney general, followed and was very bit- him upon whom his wrath cometh for county paper, ho will find that while as gentle as a wo- Louisville, was opened this week. It is Main Street, Stanford, Ky, ter on the editors of his whom ho chargesare trying to encompass man the colonel can be as fierce as a splendidly constructed and will seat 2.000. his defeat. Clardy spoke at Morganfield lion. J. II. Robinson sold to Johnson, of A New York labor leader says the went for the State Central Commitand Boyle, 1(1 head of fat cattle at LJ cent. Phi.vkas T. IUknum, the greatest showtee, bo it was a howling time all around. man the world has ever produced, has Knight of Labor ia not any longer "in The republicans carried only two of The breach between Clay and Clardy is at last struck his tent. He died at Bridge- it," and is utterly without influence in uie larger cities in mo municipal races growing daily and the two farmer candi- port, Conn., Tuesday, after 21 weeks' labor circles. iu Kansas this week nnd they are disGov. Fowle, of North Carolina, gusted with woman sutrrage. dates are doing all they can against each confinement. Tho doctors say he had His official other. It is stated that Clardy will no organic disease, his death resulting died suddenly Tuesday. Tho startling statement is made that expired for nearly throw all of his strength to John Young from the enfeebled action of the heart, term would not have f!KX),000,000 was spent in this country iu Brown in the event he finds he cannot caused by his extreme old age of SI. Be- two years yet. 1S10 for spirituous and malt liouors and The executive committee of the Na- only win himself; for colfeo and $J0,000,-00- 0 sides being a showman Mr. Barnum held tional League, in session at New York, for tea. The capital location question, after a numerous offices of honor and trust and decided to advocate the ol Tho municipal elections in several was highly admired by his fellow citi d long and spirited debate, was finally President Harrison. States are very satisfactory to the demozens. He waa very generous with his in favor of Frankfort by a vote of John B.Mosby, rep., waa 53 to 3S. This was Gov. Buckner'a sub- money and gave much of it to charitable mayor of Cincinnati by 121 majority, the crats, who more than held their own. stitute for nil the resolutions and no a public objects. A history of his won- other majorities of tho republican candi- Kven McKinley's town, Canton, O., elected a democratic mayor. change can be made in the location in derful life would read' almost like a fairy dates ranging as high as 9,352. The mayoralty contest in Chicago in vote of tale. the future except by a he P. T. Barnum, in the last letter still in doubt with both sides claiming feathe legislature. This is rather a bad The action of the convention in disre- ever wrote, Baid that he never smoked ture, as it will always be the subject of garding its cuntract with the public or drank intoxicating liquors, and to the victory. Thero were five candidate, Carter Harrison, independent democrat, contest and furnish grounds for a lobby printer chosen by its members and or- this he attributed his long life. opposing the regular democratic nomi session. Our delegate, Mr. Mil- dering that the 200,000 copies of the conat each It is reported in London that Par- ler, favored Frankfort in a strong speech stitution shall bo let to the lowest bid- nell haa privately married the eldest nee and musing his defeat if ho is de and in this wo believe ho represented der, is not in tho interest of economy or lanoMor of Mm. O'Shea. and that the feated. The two democratic candidates polled nearly double the voto of tho rethe wishes of his constituents. Frankfort justice, but to gratify the spite that a ceremony was secretly performed. publican. of tho way, but this objec- few of the members have against Col. is rather out The Monon and tho Louisville The orango trees around Urunswick, is disappearing by the building of Johnson, who has prepared himself at tion Southern, which have been at daggere' new railroads and she may soon be a much expense to do all of the work. The points, will hereafter operate in unison. Ga., are putting forth thousands of blossoms and a full crop is looked for. A railroad centre. Wo have always been little fellows may never regret their ac- The suita have all been withdrawn. report from Florida says the bloom on Loulor the old town. tion, for they have no consciences, but The Confederate Association at if a reckoning day doesn't come bye and isville passed suitable resolutions com- tho oranges in nearly all the groves in If the paper hadn't told of the editor's colonel memorative of the gallant service ren- the State is very profuse this spring, and illness a majority of the readers of the bye it will be simply because the "with favorable conditions through the dered by Gen. Joe Johnson to the "Lost summer and fall, Interior Journal would never have doesn't get a chanco to force it. the crops will be tho known it. The paper waa better than The Nevada legislature having failed Cause." heaviest ever known." before and everything ran as well as if to appropriate money for tho expenses of It was very cold throughout the he had been in tho office, thanks to the the district judges, one of them has pur- South the earlier part of the week and DEATHS' DOINGS. versatile business manager, another chased a bicycle to travel on. A judge mercury was down to 34 a low as Tambrother, whoso hand in tho mechanical on a wheel would we imagine bo a yery pa, Fla. Alabama had her first April Mr. Silas Mullins, a respected citidepartment had not forgot its cunning, unsightly sight, though if it becomes the snow in 40 yeare. zen of the Hubble vicinity, died Tuesday At Mitchell, Ind., a young tough of a complication of diseases, in his 70th and a good offico force. If any one who regulation mode of travel among judges, reado this is foolish enough to think he our active and wiry Circuit Judgo Mor- named Byera attempted to assassinate year. is at all necessary to tho running of the row would bo able to handle himself and Rev. Dobson, a Methodist preacher, in The death of Mr. Oscar Sweeney, of the pulpit, because of some criticisms Lancaster, will carry deep sorrow to world's affairs, he has only to have a the cycle with great dexterity. long Bpell of sickness to convince him of that Byers did not like. many hearts, as he was much beloved. As wonderful as it may appear a rehis error and show him that his removGov. Buckner has issued a procla- In their terrible bereavement the young al would never be felt except by a few publican haa resigned a fat and honora- mation for an election to bo held Aug. wife and sisters have our sincerest sym- friends and by them only for a few short ble odice. Senator Edmunds, one of 3d, to fill the office of clerk of tho Court patn. Vermont's Maple Sugar Statesmen, has of Appeals, made vacant by the death of days. Tho amiable nnd popular assistant sent his resignation to the governor Woodford W. Longraoor. agent of the L. & X., and right eminent Fkom a pamphlet of the Bureau of giving purely personal reasons for the Judge Stitea directed that his re- grand commander of the Knights TemPensions, sent us with tho compliments action. Ho has been a leader in the U. mains should be cremated and his ashes plar of Kentucky, Capt. Sam S. Parker, of J. W. Pulliaui, of Washington, we find S. Senate for over 25 years and but for an urn in the Hopkinsville died in Cincinnati Tuesday, from an atthat there are 5,9 IS persons employed in his bitter partisanship might have serv- placed in cemetery, which has been done. The tack of grip, from which he had a reconnection with the bureau, who reed his country better. incineration was at Cincinnati. lapse. His death will curry sadness to ceive from $400 to $5,000 each per anAn Alliance barber shop at Sedan many a heart. num. It takes a good deal of red tape The republicans want to make a big charges only 5 cents for hair business to got n pension, even if pen- show at their convention and will there- Kansas, Mrs. Polly Middleton died Wednes10 cents for a shampoo. sion money seems to flow out of the fore have a delegate for every 100 votes, cutting nnd day at her home near Providence certainly no excuse in that retreasury like water over a precipice, but while the democrats will havo only one There is Church, in Boyle county, in her 80th gion now for the horny handed granger year. this does not deter nearly everybody to every 200. No specified timo ia fixed Sho was the widow of Col. Sam unkempt. from trying. The highest pension ia for for holding the meetings to appoint to bo rude and business O. Middleton and lived for yenra near Lewis Booker, a prominent tho loss of both hands, $100 per month, these delegates. Boyle will have 14 of of Walnut Flat, whero her body was interone hand and one them, Casey 12, Garrard 12, Lincoln 13, man, and for many years treasurer red yesterday. Sho was n sister of tho both feet call for $72, Paul's church, haa been arfoot $30, both eyes $72 and ao on down Lnuel li, Pulaski 29, and Rockcastle historic St. late Thornton Porter. rested at Richmond, Va., on warrants 10. to2. Mrs. A. O. Fleming, of Midway, 0 -charging him with embezzlement of Tins ia a great country. Any kind of sugar combination has been formed was tho mother of Judgo W. 11. Fleming, of A from an estato of which he Louisville, died quietly Monday, aged which will likely force the article, from a foreign assassin or fugitive from jus- agent. 81. Wo did not know her personally, which the McKinley bill has withdrawn tice can come to this country, but tho Thomas Nelson Pago, tho brilliant the duty, to the former prices, the differ- law imposes a fine of $1,000 each on the novelist nnd lawyer, of Richmond, Va., but Bhe was for many years n subscribe r ence between those at present being person who imports alien labor. Under will soon appear on tho lecture platform of this paper, and we did by reputation. pocketed by the combine. In other this statute suit has been brought against in LouisVille. He is a native of Hanover Sho was an earnest christian nnd a good woman in every respect. words tho trust will cet all and more Snead & Co., Louisville, on the charge of county, Va., and tho writer used to than has been going to the government importing 5 Scottish mechanics, although know him when ho waa a red headed Of 1 complication of diseases, the and tho people will have to pay it with- they aro good men and fine workmen. principal one of which whs paralysis, school boy 25 years ago. out getting any return whatever. By Supremo Court has af Mr. Burket Hughes died at 8 o'clock Tho Indiana The Ilopkinsvillo New Era's Trade tho contract Cluus Spieckles is not to which makes a man Wednesday morning, aged 02. Ho had his sugar this sido of tho Missouri Edition required 24 pages and was high firmed a decision sell been confined to his room for eleven All its who had sued a railroad for killing his River, nor tho Sugar Trust on tho other Iy creditable in every respect. tho amount of days, but had been more or less sick for company side. It is said that Btepa have already leading citizens were photographed and cow pay the there were cuts of business and other in- damages that running over me cow tho past year. Mr. Hughes was a kind- been arranged to decrease the producstitutions galore. None but n newspa- caused tho road, together with $1,000 or ncnricu oui gentleman and was univertion and force up tho price. sally liked and although not a professor per man can estimate tho cost nud labor more costs. Ho also loses his cow beof religion ho waa a christian in deeds of ' Delegate Hoca wants tho convention of getting out such an edition and the sides. Detroit, for a charity. Ho was never married and had document, up- amount of material required. A half dozen fools at to declare tho crazy-quil- t spent the last year of his life with his wager, tried to eee which could go withon which tho body has been engaged After a fuA Frenchman has invented an elec- out Bleep the longest. All fell out of the niece, Mrs. Fannie Green. organor more than seven months, the without a submission trical machine that will remove "crow's coutest but two, Georgo Cunningham, neral service at her residence by Rev. ic law of tho land feet" and other wrinkles from tho hu- who held out 108 hours, and Townsend Ben Helm, yesterday morning, his reto a popular vote, but no one had the man face. This is important if true and 150. They had to bo beaten, treated mains were taken to Buffalo Spring Cemhardihood to join him in tho effort. Tho etery and laid to rest. Tho deceased will be delightful news to us old maids. with shower baths and undergo other body has tho power to do this and if it keep them awake. was a brother of Mrs. B. VanArsdale, punishments to wants tho thing foisted upon the people It ooka really like the constitutional Townsend seems to havo lost his mind Mrs. E. R. Chenault and our townsman, of the State it will be the only way of convention may adjourn a conMr. J. S. Hughes. summation devoutly to be wiah'ed. since the trial. doing so. Tim Covington Commonwealth, which has followed tho ilovious course of the con. con. with about as much accuracy as any paper in the State, complimenting what nctB it thought worthy in the body and condemning those it was satisfied were against public policy, has a btrong editorial in ita Monday's issuo against tho article which provides that no railroad corporation Bhall be interested in any mine- to or from which it may run, and that it shall be equally unlawful for any mining corporation to be interested in any railroad which may carry its products. The article ought to "To drive capital from Lo Kentucky and keep it away." It is against every interest of tho State and purely demagogic, the memberoevident-l- y believing that it would make votes for the constitution by pandering to that foolish popular prejudice against corporations, which should liave tho same rights, no more and no less, as individ uals. sub-head- view" is published in tho Lexington Loader. Ho pretends to he a groat friend of Col. Bradley and yet he has knifed him for years "and in this matter that he discusses he acted in tho utmost bad faith towards him. He claims that the colonel has hogged all tho persimmons and never allowed him to have "nothm no way." He also pays his respects to Hon. D. G. ColHon, whom ho charges with duplicity in his rulings and actions. There is a good deal of bitterness between the factious and the breach BPenis to grow rather than heal, but tho democrats aro losing no sleep over it. The Cincinnati Commercial-Gazet- te exclaims: "Cheap sugar means plenty of sweetness for the sweet. Candy is going to bo better and cheaper. How is that for tho McKinley law ?" Very nice indeed, as it will give the sugar combine greater power and enablo it to make clear the duty which now goes lo the government. Sugar is a partial luxury and the republicans have always tried to reduce the prices of luxuries nud in- creaso thoso on necessities. Cheap sugar is not, by far, so desirable as cheap clothing, yet the duty on the latter has, as on nearly all of the necessaries, been increased. It comes via Louisville that John W. Brkr. Gkomik Djcnny has interviewed himself at great length and the "inter- Yerkesor D. G. Colson will be, tho re- publican candidate for governor. Kither would make a good race and acquit himself handsomely on the stump, but if tho matter is left to us wo shall have to decide in favor of Mr. Yerkcs, whoisour neighbor and good friend, even if we are political enemies. NEWSY NOTES. SPRING SHOPPERS, Who will be out A this week, will remember the A tenement house fire in Rochester caused iO deaths. There aro 101 life prisonera in the Kentucky peniteutiaries. Adam Lejere shot and killed Iajw-seLeach over n woman, near Middles-b- y o Goods, Shoes and Clothing House of which the people The one Stanford never have to coinplain. It u our pleasure to dflcr this week a Ion list of lurLLULc, wfucn cuuo uuutv our patrons, wno are fortunate enough lo secure them, remember the Louisville Store for many a long dau. Our Svrin s look iiiiu r THE LOUISVILLE STORE, Dry wj ji iv 3J vwi fcfcnj ow J CCtl ro. Ui New Jersey man devoured 50 fried eggs on a wager, tho other day, in 9J minutes. The board of equalization increased the assessment of property in Kentucky A LOVELY AND As it now is. CHEAP THINGS $20,000,000, The abstract building and Franklin Hotel, in Memphis, burned, causing a loss of $150,000. region 75,000 on a 6triko for an minors are to go out day, May 1. Tho L. & N. has been completed ,to Big Stone Gap and there is great rejoic- In tho Pennsylvania Bead the .fpllowino prices: Calicoes, 5c; Brillianline, 20o the y?rA ' lrr?tc.ds 5 and higher; Checked and Striped Worsteds, 20c yard. elegant of Ladies' Jlluslm Underwear ast arrived. Motions Car-pet- s, Hugs, Oil Cloth, Straw Matting, Shoes, reduced to prices which will astonish you. We call special attention to our stock oj The biggest and most oarefully selected ever was in this town. Suits S 1 50 and higher; Knee Pants, 25c and higher; Shirt- - Vests, 25c. We also have now the most elegant and cheapest line Clothing in stock which ever was seen in Stanford or vicinity. There are some of left whli-- mill go only for this week, for $1.25. Don't forget to looklitur h ing in that section. President Polk's home in Nashville, now occupied by his aged widow, is advertised to pay $1,900 taxes. In the Ohio municipal elections the democrats won in all tho largo towns, but Cincinnati, Cleveland and Toledo. It is said there are only two red slato quarries in the United States, one in Vermont and the other in Virgiuia. A collision on tho C. S., at Ludlow killed Brakeman Clayton, who was on his first trip and caused a loss of $25,-000. Boys' Clothing,, KID GLOVER R0BT. FENZEL, Df.ltr lo Mather's sole agents. Every pair guaranteed, You will find them only at our store, as we are the A. I'KBANSKY, Proprietor. MANES AND GAIIRIEL, Maunder. t 1 ttilfi I ? BATCHES, IP CLOCKS AN! JITOE7, prompt-ly Bet-tie- Repairing neatly and done. All Work Warranted. will take old gold or silver in exchange lor Roods. Fine WatclieH n Specialty. (Stanford, Ky.) two-third- s The Plow of the Age, THE VUCAN CHILLED PLOW. rvRMKKs, Attkntion. We call your attention to the follow! a. var ltagcs of "The Villain" over anv Chilled I'lnw rr;,o ' .u.. Vulca in is made of the onVinnl anrl- nrnutn Cy,., f..-. -i c..l i .....v.w OKUUIIU, the : iron used in chilled parts is ""first ntinlitv i Simnrinr ru ,,- - -- l Third. VC BlVe VOU a Solid nnmt . nn cnnnJnir n- - . :. . .w..,. ,,v ivvvtiiiiL:n . ui- .iiiiviinr nil in via i save iron. Pourth, we Rive you a solid moulduul board, no thick edges with scooped back. Fifth, the Vulcan mould board is on the back by ribs and will stand double the strain of any other chilled m.-wUh-.- .... ...v-l.w- L-f - ni mould board. nvcry now guaranteed. Por sale by B. BL ft W. H. WXABHT. a. c. sink. Stanford Lumber Yard, IALMUKK, The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky j s. MKNUrKK SASH, FLOORING, LATH, DOORS, CEILING, SHINGLES, I J LI NIKS, SIDING, Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. We carry a full stock of everything found in a "WOVE6T WIRE A1TD SLAT FENC2L 1 FXRST - CIJ3LSS I.TJMBEH "STAKD. i.A.imine our designs ami for building. -- specifications before letting your contract SINK & MKNKFKK, Stanford, Ky. GO TO- - J, B. FOSTER'S FOR- - - $47,-00- New York Seed Potatoes, FIELD & GARDEN SEEDS, Spading Forks, Hoes, Rakes, &c, &c. X,ar A for Infants and Children. dl- - "Cm tori a la so well adapted to children tht Caatorla enrra Colic, ConsUpatlon, Hour Stomacti, Dlarrlitrft. Eruclatlon, it tut superior to any prescription Kills Worms, gives fdeep, and promotes known to me." II. A. Abciieh, M. I)., IU Bo. OzXord St., Brook) n, tf, y, I Without Injurious medication. I recommend Tu CurrAUR Courixr, 77 Murray Street, If. Y. 1 to-d- ay b ' tlstfHMBF'3 v Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Dklhuitkol room for rent. Mrs. P. P. Nunnelley. , Stanford, Ky., B.O,WAt,TON,BUS.MQnn((or MEANS For a shave, go to K. II. Farmer, 1891 shampoo or hair-cuA vnu. 10. at tho Handicap Barber Shop, opposite Portman House. t Handicap BaiiiickSiioi. BUSINESS. Call ToHoitiiow is Arbor Day. Don't forget to plant a tree nntj add to the comfort of this and other generations, be sides beautifying the landscape. Tiik addition to our store room is now complete mid we invito you to inspect our large line of carpets, rugs nud mattings now open. Severance it Son. Youit account is tluo and remly. sntl buMo and oMio A. It. Penny. POINTS. r Come On! Comk On! I will make fine cabinet photographs at $'2 per doien Mb. W.S. Himk, of Silver Creek, was until the 15th of April. Take advantage of the extremely low rates. A. J. Knrp, in town ycBtordiiy. V. K. Vaknon wont over to Stanford. Juikik Lexington yesterday. Thomas Oaks, of tho Walnut Flat Mits. J. F. Muni) linn returned from a neighborhood, has u hen that lnys a leiiKtliy fituy at llonniuvllle. couple of eggs f hcIi day. One contains MlBM Al.HK WlIHlllT, Of IlllfltOUVillc, ifl the white nnd the other the yelk and tho KueHtof Mre. P. W. Green. aro connected by h small tube. There Miih. William Koyhton, of Garrnrd, is no diderepcu in the taste between ban been visltinc lier parents here. them and the ordinary jiw. .. Will Skvkiianck in in the city buying A democrat. Mr. Arthur P.. Gibbons, jjoode for tho linn of Severance A Son. Mr. J. U. Cook, of HiiHtonville, Is who married Miss Jell" Davis Hnssell, kpcnditiK n few dayB with his sister, Mrs. writes to his brother in law, Mr. (J. A. Peyton, that his wife has presented him (t. H. Cooper. Missin Jkn.nik Kkid, Hello and Jessie with a fine boy nud ndds that ho is n democrat and is named for Mr. J. It. Cook, of Mustonville, hnvo been Marrs, of tho Ijmennter Kecord. of Mrs. G. 11. Cooper. returned Mk. Km Pennincitok has A ncmiikk of Lincoln county demofrom a visit to his sister, Miss Hetsie crats havo called upon Mr. J. II. Miller, Pennington nt Middlesboro. "Happy Jack," to become a candidate Mils. J. T. MiKoiiKitTH, of Louisville, for the legislature. Put us down for old jn visitiiiK her husband's parents, Mr. "Happy" every time, and Bro. Walton and Mrs. J. M. McKnherts. Jr. will please hurry up his getting well and Mkssrh. Hits Lkk Hahdis, of Hnrrods-burjcast our vote for him. Frankfort CapiIt. J. HreckinridKe, Sr. and Jr., tal. have been attending court heru this week. Biiokk ins Nosk, Whilo playing for Mu. K. S. Ixkkstonk, the gentlemanly his pupils Monday night Prof. 11. M. lepresentative of the N. Sid Piatt Co., of Piper, the dancing teacher, had a fit nnd Ixjuisville, was hero this week taking or- fell, his fsce striking tho shelving in the ders in the gents' furnishing line. Col. Miller store-roowhich was being Col. C. 11. ItociiKHTKii, of Indepen- used, fearfully breaking his nose nnd dence, Mo., arrived yesterday to visit his otherwise disfiguring his face. He was His old taken to his boarlinghouHO at once and fon, Capt. K. T. Hochester. friends will bo dulighted to see him. is now doing as well as could bo expect .Mk. J. K. Fakhib went to llrodhead ed. During his confinement his wife is Wednesday to take his little son, Mau- teaching the class. .. rice, who has been troubled with his Bkokk His Lko. While returning to seu Dr. Hurdett, iyes for some time, from Ijincaster Tuesday evening, the the oculist. Cait, W. J. Wami, road master of the horses which Mr. Cyrus Kason were K. 0. division of tho - A N., was here driving became frightened and took out speed. Finding that he Wednesday night. His recent promo- at a break-necdeserved, seems could not control them, ho jumped from tion, which waa highly tho wagon and slipping as he struck the to nit most grrcefully upon him. Mr. J. P. Hoirrox left Wednesday to ground, broke bin right leg just above takechargo of an L. A X. ollice near the ankle. The break is a very bad one e and as Mr. Kason is nearly 50 years old, Montgomery, Ala. Joo is a many friends here ho will likely be laid up for a lengthy young man and his period. wish him all the success possible. .. Hox. It. C. Wakkkn spoke in Green-Till- e Somewhat op a Mormon. Joo Cain, jMtenlay, after making a most fa- of this county, who is not yet 10 years vorable impression at Hrandenburg. lie old, has four living wives and one dead, will allow no grass to grow under hia notwithstanding the fact that he is neifeet from now till tho May meetings. ther prepowtwing in appearance nor Mr. W. W. Pkw.n, traveling passenger blessed with tho world's goods. He has agent of the L. A N., writes to say that bet,n divorced three times nnd is now bis headquarters remain at Junction Ci- living apparently happy with his fourth ty. Ho baa only 0ened nn ollico at wife. Although it looks like he bus had a Middlesboro for the transaction of sufficient proof that mnrrisgo is n failure for Southeastern Kentucky. ho evidently does not believe it, but on Mb. T. 11. Walton returned to Atlanthe contrary is a stroug advocate of earta Wednesday. Ho is nuch an inveterate ly marriage. traveler that ho reftisea to uso an air lino if he can help it, but "goes nil Tiik Woody Bros, deserve much credaround Jack Hood's barn to get in at the it for tho progress of their pupils during back door," consequently ho went via their session which closed Monday Nashville. night The Woodys are musicians of Mr. 0. H. St. Claiu has secured a po- tho highest order nnd possess the powsition with a Jeflersonvillo firm and will er of imparting it to others, which is shortly remove his family to that place. a faculty that they have n right to bo Mr. Ilrark Graves, another good citizen, proud of. Their class hero did surprisof Rowland, has moved to Kensee, where ingly well and each member of it is willhe will run the engine from tho coal ing and ready to testify aa to their nbili-t- y mines to tho depot. ns teachers of vocal music. They left 'Squikk Pat McDonald, of tho Frank- Tuesday for Lebanon, where they nre fort Argus, ono of tho best and most fa- teaching another class. vorably known men in tho State, wub Prof. Pclliam, of the Central Univerhero yesterday, Hn has boon visiting various portions of tho State, but we sity preparatory department, evidently couldn't pump out of him what his ob- believes that you spoil the child when ject is except that ho wnnted to seo you spare tho rod nnd last week when inoro of Kentucky. If ho (lord wnnt ,11 of liis pupils "cut" their lessons, he anything we hopo ho will get it no mat- promptly threshed each one of them. ter what it is, for ho deserves any and Some of them thought themselves too all tho good things that tho world af- largo to bo whipped, but they changed their minds after ho let loose on their fords. hides. Prof. Pallium is a Lincoln county man ami won't stand any foolishCITY AND VICINITY. ness. Several of tho enraged parents Bobs, to tho wife of President J. S. Bwore out wnrrents against the profesHocker, a girl, his second. sor for assault nnd battery, but ho waa Noktiikkn white oats and timothy just acquitted on the trial.. . received. B. K. A W. II. Wenrun. Court. Very little hns been Circuit Dn. J. B.Owblkv is buildiug n splen- done in court since our Inst report. The did brick pavement in front of his resi- monument case of G. G. Wino vs. J. S. Owsley, Sr., resulted iu n hung jury nnd dence on Upper Main street. it la understood that 7 of tho jurors were Tiik most elegant lino of Indies' and for tho plaintitl, which is ono more than misses' Oxford tiea ovor in this city ro- - at the October term. W. B. Hansford, a A Son. ceived yesterday. Severance son of Judge W. O. Hansford, was licensTo buy a pair of second- ed to practice law nfter n thorough exWantkd. hand grist mill rocks. Apply to Petor amination by Messrs. P. M. Mcltoburts nnd T. M. Goodknight. In tho enso of llaaso or Charles Kusslin, Ottenhoim. W. B. Wright ngninst tho C. S. Bnilroad, K. II. Faiimkii, tho barber, has just tho motion for n now hearing was over gotten in a handsome Climax chair and ruled and it will bo taken to the Court is better than ovor prepared to Borvo tho of Appeals. In the case of Mrs. Jennie public. Armendt'a heirs vs. W. K. Dilliou i!tc, Judge Morrow decided in favor of On account of the fearful weather of defendants. It waa a controversy over Saturduy last, there was no display of tho sales of lands, the sales being sushorses at Ilustonville on that day and tained by the judge. "horse show" day waa postponed till toOu account of tho absence of Messrs. morrow, when a number of flno ones Bradloy nnd Harding, attorneys for tho will bo there. plaintiff, tho case of H. A. Pleasants t i We beliovo our readers will say that against Dr. Steelo Bailey was not begun thiB is u protty fair paper. At any rato yesterday, the Jday announced for the they will bo forced to aay It Ib a pretty trial. The case will bo called again this ono. Wo aro going to havo a. m. and if tho Pleasants attorneys are d it this bIzo every Friday, too, as long as not then ready it will be tried ono day next week. the advertisers make it necessary. PERSONAL kiii-sIf, Ik Frf.sh lot of Zeiglcr Bros.' shoeB at S. will bo remembered that Tom Wallaco II. Shanks. purchased tho colt for $3,100. .. SAWKpshinglea and fencing lumber for MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. sale by J. B. Foster. A runaway couplo were married at Take your egga to Joo S. Jones nnd midnight in a Jeffersonvlllo get 11! cents per dozen. by Squire Keigwin. Mr. M. J. Miller, Jr., and Miss Susie Fhksii vegetables and oysters SaturBrown, of ML Vernon, were married iu day evening. P. Hampton. the Portman House parlors Wednesday HeaD'LUiit fire proof oil to be found by Rev. T. J. Godbey. It was not Bn elopement, as the participants had reachat B. K. A W. II. Wearen's. ed their majority, but merely came here Flowkr crocks of every description nt to marry because of tho fact that they A. A. Warren's Model Grocery. desired no display. The bride ia a hand. Wantkd, 100,000 pounds wool. High- some brunette and was a decided belle est cash market price. A. T. Nunnelley, in her town, while tho groom Ib a boh of Mr. M. J, Miller, a wealthy merchant of Stanford. that place and is a young man of good A. T. Nunnkllkv has moved hiB shoo morals and bnsinesa qualifications. They and harness shop to his livery stable on wero accompanied by Mrs. Itobt. Brown, Depot street. n of the bride. The Inte. I will have no spring opening this rior Journal extends hearty congratuyear, but trimmed hata in great variety lations and wishes tho happy pair all the can nlwnys bo found nt my store on Lan- joy that this world affords. caster Btreet. Miss Annio Wray. bar-roo- -- FOR TIIK BIGGEST- BMP. Mfc. -- ... aw m m 'iiT--i A A I. S4fV m 21 TiinrQAA IN WATCHES -- j CLOCKS, JEWELRY AND- sister-in-la- SILVERWARE In the county, go to ... HUBBLE. For Hknt. A couple of houses in Rowland, with four rooms each, property of M. Peyton. Good yards and plenty of water and conveniently located. W. A. Tribble. . . The Superior Court in tho enso of James vs. Kdmlstou decides finally in favor of Edmiston, whoso judgment is for $U:50, damages nnd costs. This is the second time it had been beforo that court. Bank Stock Salk. J. H. Baughman sold to A. S. Myers four shares of Farmers Bank A Trust Co. stock nt S11S2.50. This is the highest price that has been paid for stock in that bank and is a display of confidence in tho officials of that institution. record of five snows, nil heavy if they had stuck, and two or three frosts, A is April's effort so far. This kind of If business is getting monotonous. winter wauts to linger in the lap of spring, he should bo made to con line such amatory effort to March. Silas Mullins, ageU 80, living near Andy Bice's, died of pneumonia Tuesday, after n short illness. William Blanks sold his On Time filly to W. J. BSrSPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING and all Huffman for $116. Cyrus Enson's hone work guaranteed. ran away with his spring wagon on hiB way from Tuesday, and in jumping from tho vehicle he broke his leg juBt above tho ankle. Ho wasbrought home and Dr. Kinnaird waa sent for and ms leg set, ana lie is doing aa well as could be expected now. Miss Bettio Spoonamore, of Buena Vista, Is visiting atS. M.Spoonamore's. Grand-m- a Has the largest and Dr. Harlan's mother-in-lndied at his home Tuesday at n very ripe old MOST COMPLETE STOCK age. She had been sick some time. OF Hedge fence men are settiug their hedge planta in this vicinity this week. Mre. "Watches C. C. Sink, of Danville, is reported right 4 sick. Mrs. S. Dunbar is on the sick list, ever shown in Stanford at prices but it is to bo hoped that she will be out as low as the lowest. again Boon The I. J.'s did not reach us Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s in the State, till Wednesday evening again. Some who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to one is in fnulL W. B. McROBERTS'. A. R. The Old Reliable Jeweler I in the Lead. Penny Mid-dleto- n, and Jewelry In the election for city officers at Danville J. L. Allen waa elected mayor; A. Anderson, recorder; W. O. Goodloe, attorney; Win. Silliman, chief of police; C. II. Bodes, clerk; B.J. Durham, treaa urer, and F.ugcno McGoodwin, assessor. The recorder's race waa somowhat lively over but Mr. Anderson was W. S. Downton, another democrat. first-rat- busi-ner- Didn't Go. Hon. Font F. Bobbltt tells us that after receiving Beveral letters from Clark Cash Importuning him to come and assist in his defense, ho got n telegram just as ho waa preparing to s start telling him not to come, lie not ready by this that the caee was and that the request for him to remain ness?" "He was at tho head of tho fire deat homo waa for tho purpose of better partment," tho librarian replied sucuring a continuance. Boston Courier. Itichmond No mail waa carried on the NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Branch of tho K. C. Monday. Mr. J. 1 Devera waa ordered to Louisville Sunday to be examined and claims that he got too sick either to come homo or to notify Capt. Jenks. Mrs. Courts notified e that gentleman, however, and Mr. Wtdoireto state to the lailici or this ectln was sentout tho next day. Mr. that we hnvc opened at the Commercial Hotel a Hilt Mantua Making Ettalillihment and will do any Dovers waa ready to go out tho day after and all kinds of Sewing on short notice. Prices UiJ" Give us a trial. very reasonable. and went, and bo far aa we have heard MRS.CLARKSON A MRS. ROHKRTS, Late of Doyle County. the caso has not been investigated yet. is.it It is a pretty serious thing to knock tho K ffffffmvfffnrfff RfnffrTrtfnTnriTrnmil people out of the mails that they expect FREE TO ALU: and aro entitled to. Our K(w niiMtmtpd Blip-loee- send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old III. r.m.i,... A Lole told by a librarian H to the ef- gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic fect that one day n visitor pointed to a ited and I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. bust widen adorns the reading room of the establishment with which ho is connected, and naked, "Ia that anybody about here' The librarian, supposing that tho questioner waa simply attempting to guy him, answered: "He has been dead too long for mo to presume to say where ho Ib." Garden Seeds of All Kinds, also Gardin Rakes and Hoes at "I mean waa ho a man who lived here," corrected tho stranger; and then, without waiting for a reply, he added, "What waa his name?' "Nero," the librarian nnswered. "Nero," the other repeated thoughtfully; "that don't Beein just like an American name. What was hia busi- N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, FARRIS& HARDIN'S. FABRIS rosey-pose- Big line of Glassware just received and cheaper than anywhere. & TTAHDI1T. y TO THE INDIES. thing; "Spring is here, and it's a hnmmer of a Very soon it will be Summer, then of course it wont be Spring." Gardening time has come and you will find Ku-gen- At A. A. WARREN'S MODEL GROCERY" A large and select stock of N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, White and Red Onion Sets, Beans, Peas, &c, in bulk and an endless variety of Landreth's, FerrX's and Grossman's Garden Seeds packages. Also Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, &c. -in papers and ... m Bulbi. Vine!. Shrubs. T . Tiik entertainment given by the Stan- 5?. C.lf C..l. IBrJCalM Grape Vines, Seeds. 3E S ford Musical Association Monday evenErtrgreens, etc., wills ing wbb a rare vocal treat, aa those who be mailed Free to all jS Rpjillcants; SO pae5! braved tho severe snow Btorm will attest. nnd 4000 varieties of 3 Plants, etc wero nearly 100 voices in the cho There at Mtimction unartntceu. 35 ruses, many of them carefully trained, 35 Greenhouses; 30 acres. Addiw, jj & NEUNER, LoutsvnzE. Kv. V NAN2 and tho music they mado will ring in t the earsof those present for many a day. Besides tho anthems sung, there were solos by Misses Began, Andrews and Woody; dueta by the two former and trios by tho Woodys, all of which were well executed and which received rounds Second cousin to Maud S , Jay Eye See and Nutwood. Miss Pegan first Bang of applause. Dt Erricsson 110 6 in 2 30 list 1st dam by "Flower of the Alps" and so delighted son of Old I'iUt, sir of Pilot, Jr., (is in 2 30 the audience that they encored till sho lit, and the sire of the dam of Maud S., Jay K)e and Nutweod. See Krncsion, Jr , is a olId black. 16 hands high again appeared, when she very sweetly are of good inch a horse. His You bo the and every and color, am suitablecolts the f.irra, track sang, "I'll be tho Mother, for Fire, style good and belnw Child." Miss Andrews' 30I0 waa "Koso and Kastern market, be excelled of unusuallyhories. for tamily depositions, can not with heroxcellent contralto Uielilm atrial and be convinced. He stauds Marie," and for voico Bhe literally charmed hor hearers. On an encore sho sang "Old Kentucky The Small Sum of $12.50, Home," which met with hearty applause. Unoqualed in history at my stable aj$ miles from Miss Maggie Woody's "Katie Leo aud Ilustonville, on the iWtonville & Liberty turnWill also stand my WillioGray" was much enjoyed and pike road. showed tho young lady to be a thorough "STovuog mistress of her voico. After an anthem At TEM DOLLARS to Insure a mare in foal. a by the chorus Misses Pegan nnd HUrolts speak well for him, Persons breeding to either and then trading or together sang "In tho Cold Blast" bretoms the mare elsewhere, renders money due. later In tho ovon K. S. POWKI.L, with great credit, and Ilustonville, Ky. i beautifully sang "Jamie ing the former Dear." Tho trios by tho Woodys were -- JU all good, whether in sacred or mirthful im-7i- i songs and tho impersonations by Mr. i i M. P. Woody was very fine indeed. Ho vSM K&KlMilMMMBi good iu negro dialect and is particularly )JISVIt'lJW.lj'jTaCHICA60 HTJi tho audience waa in nn uproar during .TO his entire role. Tho very pleasing enclosed with "Home Sweet tertainment Homo" by the chorus, which will not ,.And., soon bo forgotten by those fortunate enough to hear it. Tho net proceeds rxcniT'wrin ) POINTS amounted to very little, but Managers ..And.. H. Bruce and J. II. Baughman George were lucky enough to declare a small divitlond on their first enterprise of that nature. m m f JiTjNRSi StyLH5r5sb. Cntftlofnio of Plants, ERRICSSON, JR., HI.G.RUPLEY, AvrxOfr W6 Jl-I- , 1 i .IliL "y5?v mittrt K&ttTS.1 JL Jli J4..I !. A v 'y'' t &faSr oc fiftltt.i i w 4iii r$r Is Receiving His SpringsSummer Goods Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. I Jaols An-drow- 9' Bargains is.iia -- Go to B. F. ROUT'S FOR- -- IN ALL KINDS OF Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, tio2is, ETo- - All kinds of produce taken in exchange at the highest marketprices. Etc., all jxuj it NBTM WJESTo THOROUGHLY RENOVATED Rates $250 Per Cor. THE WICILILAITO LATH ALEXANDER'S HOTEL,) 9 good-size- Tho running qualities of Hart lace, the fine Derby colt, in which had an interest, has been Bashford Manor Stables. In Bold to the the close of the partnership in bim it Wal- Pullman Vestibuled IlulTct Sleepers and Pullman Uuffet Chair Cars on all trains through to Chicago without cnauge. Go via the Monon and get the Best for the least money. For information address IAS. BARKER, G P. A Chicago. W. G. CRUSH, D. P. A., Louisville. AND IMPROVED. Day. Court-Hous- e, Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. W. It. LOGAN, Manager. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. A. 't.. AtfJj.i t,I jH.i.1; SmitmimimmtftifuuShiiiW:'iajSm ". ,,, nwW!!S(Wf'L'tm ' """'-".".- -- o . i i! i ! H li l! T Hi v ! -- roltunlng fmtc. I'lowrrs, I Tho handling of cut flowors from tho Tho trotter Fillwrt V!lkc3 has' been hot house has within a fortnight devel JSThat Ultfe? la'ttototl With head bowed down to the earth? purchased for fi,000 and Sunflower for oped among tho assistants of soveral of In the corporate timlu of Rowland. sound of thn world'a tho prominent florists cases of blood her fc 1,000 by a stock comp.my at Pipestono, April 10, 1801 ToOr the but tho voice of Its mirth? turmoil, Stanford, Ivy. luring iwisonlng not unlike that which the men 86 II J. DARST, Rowland. Minu. To BlftTe for the sparkling wlno ' In tho Jeweled cup of fame? Capt. S. S. Brown, of Pittsburg, who V'.1'" h"'110 ,,,,V0W,,H,n tho ,Swft",P To barter right and a spotless namo WK WII.I. SKNO retired from tho turf nt the close of tho d.",t.r,.ct !ir ,nfll,ct1et ), "l, WCiUsion!l,Ui',' RMLWAY TIES. For tho Rold of an earthly mlnet racing last year, has como back Lssisinius win got uiuir n liners priCKCU 'Is life no more than this? with tho thorns of cut rows aud other THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ft is said that there is now but ono again. Then stifle each heavenward cry; rough stemmed flowers found that in'For we shall not awaits from tho night's cold railway organization tho Having Fenelon, a good horso just now, has flammation set in rapidly, with all the How to Simplify Deeds. IN tl.1.11 WITH National Yardmasters' association. been deemed a broken down animal on symptoms of mild blood poisoning. borrowed n system of ballot reform from us die, my friend, The Big Four 103 privnto switches several occasion, and was onco sold for Let us die. Australia, Massachusetts is now studyPhysicians examined tho hands of ouo at Indianapolis, which were constructed tho low prico of $'J00. of land transfer in that en- What Is life? Is't to strive of tho florists nud discovered that iKiison-ou- s DEMOREST MAGAZINE ing the mode on an understanding with those beneIsaac Murphy is reported as all right, With the strength of heart and hand matter had K'en introduced into tho terprising country. ONK VKAR FOR Jj $o. fited, that, rates being equal, tho Big barring a liitlo rheumatism. That Truth, set free from each galling pyre, M. V. blood through tho wound made- by the Governor ltussell recommends the Shall the hos of earth command? Four was to have tho business. v. p WALTON, Dwyer and Green Morris will probably thorns, and drew from tho patient the Stinfonl. Kt adoption of tlio Australian form of deed. To fight 'neath the banner bright Chattanooga boasts of n new bridge sign tho colored Archer for 1801. explanation that tho only way iu which Of fellowship, man with man? The scheme is simply this: Every land To earnestly, hopefully march with the Tan across the Tennessee river. Tho entire IK YOU ARE CIOIIJC. Jockey Bergen has been set down for ho could account for the jxilson was that title is described once for all in an olli- - Towardsothe heavenly camp of Light? length of tho bridge is 2,370 feet. Thero the rest of the season for disolelienco at paris green and some other Hwdors are much as this? life or aro three spans of '210 feet each, three of tho post. Ho is a good rider, but un- uswl in tho hot houses to kill bugs and cial book, with all the necessary legal IsDoes It such sweet promise give? 320 feet each aud 780 feet of iron trestle flourishes. After that every subsequent Ah, then we shall wake to tho morning's kiss fortunately for him ho is continually in- other vermin, and that some of tho powTHK Lot us live, my friend. der must have adhered to tho flowers There is uot likely to bo any cheerful curring tho displeasure of the starter. change of ownership is registered with a Lot unlive! report from the railroads for some time Ingram Crockett, In America. plain Btatcracnt of the facts of the transThere is a good deal of floating talk after they were cut and shipied to tho to coma. They will bo fortunato if they auent a Pennsylvania jhjoI bill to Imj put city. and fer, ami reference to the volume It was reported that six assistants iu An Opinion. can keep their earnings up to tho stand- through at IlarrUburg this winter. In page where a full description of the My grandma says that little boys ard of bust year, but thoy will undoubtjHiisoned event Philadelphia capitalists will one uptown florist's had that Make too much noise property can be found. This would do edly show a falling off. push their now nice track schemoat once. within tho fortnight, and had boon Considering of course their alio away with all the jargon about "party obliged to wear kid gloves to protect tliuii She's very wisol Tho Brotherhood of Locomotive EngiC. W. Williams offers any one who hands. There Louiaviitc 4 sMihviuc n. n. were cases in other ilowei of the first part," and "party of the secI think the birds up In the trees, neers are asking the Ohio legislature to will buy eighty acres of land in the , The and to stores. The intisoniug manifests itsell ond part," with the "to have pass n law requiring that tho state rail- vicinity of ItidetMjndence, la., $2,500 in re noisier by far than I, It the line far you, i lit road commissioner shall have knowledge cash, provided the purchaser shall In- by an eruption of pimples all over the hold" clauses, and all that sort of thing. And don't half try. is nothing dangerous about And then the nolss made on the pans of mechanics and shall bo n railroad man come resident and shall stock his place hand. There When a piece of land is sold 10 times in By drops of rajn, it, but it causes considerable inconve of twenty years' experience. with not less than $5,000 worth of high years what sense is there in hava few That patter early, patter late, MaVe cloic connection! nience to wio nower nanuiers, anil It has Tho citizens of Kalamazoo, Mien., are bred inures. Is very great ing an elaborate description of it in each caused the florists to adopt greater preAnd so, I say, It seems to me. dissatisfied with tho railroad facilities of LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Tho Kentucky Derby was first run in caution to prevent the same thing deed, when one description in an ollicia.1 To noisy be that city, aud have raised a purse to 1875. and was won by Aristides. In 1870 practical purIs what you should expect at all to purchasers of flowers. For all point book would answer all build a road from Kalamazoo to Times from the small. it was wou by Vagrant; 1877, by Sun. poses? THROUCII TICKKTS SOU. twenty-onmiles, where connecJohn Kendrlck Bang, In St. Nicholas. r t r 1S78, by Day Star: 1870, bvLord IIAGUAOE UIKCKKD.'IMKOrOH tions with the Grand Trunk road can be Murphy. ISo. by Fonso: 1881, by HinThe Criii fur l.ltrrury .Voveltlr. The Washing Post says: "The news 8ong. For any inferinlin rmiuirc of had doo: 1SS2. by AihiIIo; 1S8;J, by Leonatui: There is danger that tho craze for item of the future will read something For me the Jasmine buds unfold. J A CARI'KNTKIt. Aehi. , And stiver daisies star the lea. by Buchanan; 1S85, bv "loo Cotton; literary sensations will Ih carried too Or Willie Marsh, son of J. N. Mnrsli. hunforJ, Ky, like the following: W. W PKNN, 1ra. Pan AKtnt, The crocus hoards th sunset gold. 1880. by Bon AH; 1837, by Montrose; far by publishers more enterprising than ticket agent of the Big Four nt Columdelivering u Junction C I), Kjr And tho wild rose breathes for me. "As Farmer Smith was Twenty mile the Shortest to I feel the Bap through tho bough returning, bus, hid., was 8 years old recently, and 1833. by Macbeth II: 1SS9, by Spokane, discreet. The whole tendency seems at the treasury building, and bale of hay for two years past has sold most of the and 1890. by Riley. nowadays to lie to get some public I Bhare the skylark's transport fine; while waiting to have the government I know tho fountain's wayward yearning local tickets, making change correctly. the more conspicuous the Iwtter I love, and the world is mlnot DAUChTERS OF EVE. Ee probably is the youngest ticket seller stamp affixed, his horses took fright at to turn author, whether he or sho writes 1 love, and thoughts that some time grieved, the lnxik which their in America the limited express on the Washington "Aunt Fanny" Barrow has written od or not. ti Distinguishedname is apcm! Newport Newt.V .Mimtupni Valley Co Still, well remembered, grieve not me; jxtiple are cer,"K I) ' The .Michigan lines aro all exercised forty-fivand San Francisco Airship line. They books for children. From all that darkened and deceived Solid Vrnlull Train lo tainly being annoyed by many of the over tho diACovery of a statuto enacted avenue, and, turning Up? oars my spirit free. dashed down the The court of appeals at Paris has de- overturn. Thero is such a thing as getPhiladelphia by the last legislature, which For soft the hours repeat ono story, station of the the corner at the cided that Victor Hugo's daughter, Allele, ting a bright literary novelty by a fresh Sings the sea one strain divine. no freight car shall bo run upon Baltimore, Now York, is entitled to all the profits that may ac- name, hitherto unknown to authorship, All puinlt Kail ami Suuthrail Washington and Chicago Pneumatic My clouds arise all flushed with glory any of the railroads of this state after crue I love, and the world is mlnet Only one mhl nut Irom I eiinKto. from his literary works. Tube Rapid Transit Company, brought but there is a danger of going too far. I Jan I, 1801. unless furnished with safety Florence E. Ooates, In Harper's Weekly. CormtcJ Tunp Card in Filctl Jan 4, S Professor Harriet Cooke, professor of moan publishers who lseech Mrs. Har up with a dull thud against the celluloid couplers, as provided by this net.' history in I jrnell, Fa.l 'FatlMail' Accom Thn IlraU unil Heart. window of the Potomac Artificial Egg The Pennsylvania Railroad company's ever honored with is tho first woman rison to write a book on "Social EtiDaily KAST ltOVNI). hiprrta Daily tho chair nud equal quette," as did one man recently, offerand general Take yer head with yer," says ol' Uncle Joe, Company. In the crash Duly IF. Sun K v.n large transfer, classification and car stor- pay with tho men professors. "Take yer head with yer and heed It: Sho has ing her flO.lHO. "and I will save you all confusion Farmer Smith's head and two Take yer head with yer wherever ye go, age yards at Walls Station, fourteen taught Lvc Stanford y n n am 11 jo n'a years. manual labor of writing." in Cornell twenty-thre- e " I 'Inc.ton. 6 is pm M n am; 3 M pro Take your head with yer, ye'll need it. miles east of Pittsburg, Pa., are Hearing of his limbs were severed from his body, ' Winshrttvr 11 pm la 4S pm, c. Jj jm Anotlii-publuher rtcoutly ottered " K. U. JunetMMi. Caroline Dodge, who is socking to enand he was promptly removed to the 'Take yer heart with yer," says ol' Uncle Joe, completion. The yards will contain force a contract entered into by a rail PriMdiiit H.irriMMi fC5,0l0 for"AHaud-lxx" Ml .Sterling 7 a pm JJ pral 7 30 pm "Take yer heart with yer an' heed It; suty miles of track, aud thero will be .Edison hospital, and after the electrical Take yer heart with yer, wherever ye go, Morehtwd ...... pm 4.1 pm to P.ihiux." Mr. Could has lxs-road in Ixdialf of her grandfather, arfacilities for caring for between 5,000 OHe Hill I ! r i S P o 15 am operation was performed Take yer heart with yer, ye'll need It. gued her own case before a full bench of iin!oruiiiod with offers ranging, from " Ahlaml 15 P"1' and 0.000 cars. J P " Citleiuburg. fcl.WK) to ,'4.0K) to write "The Story of SJ pm J 5 pm. the supreme court in Boston recently. lie was able to drive home and keep his Let yer head and yer heart talk over the " Huntington ... .. 7 P b ) pm thing, appointment with the man who holds Mrs. Prances Hodgson Burnett is said .My Lite and "How to Invest Money. MEN YOU HEAR OF. An' arger the case till they've tried It, to have tried the "mind euro" iu Boston Mr. Blaine is naid to be deluged with WEijT HOUND. mortgage on his farm. the While you sit In style like a Judge or a king, literary oilers "Some of them," as he Lord Randolph Churchill has grown a with happy results, although Miss An' w'en they've stopped Jawin, decide It." Lve. Huntington... beard. ee am who also experimented with that told a friend of mine recently, "so S. W. Foss, In Yankee Blade. are 413 species of trees to be la pm There pm Catlettabure.. as to make me wonder that there ,. put 6 15 am Campanini has tho spirits of a boy treatment, derived no appreciable lxno-f-it found within the limits of the United A.hl.nd 6 )j am are ki many fools abroad." Col. Inger-Mil- l " Oh.r Hill John lions; and Ills Doff. pm 8 47 am, j 45 " from it, 6inco ho regained his wonderful voice. States and Territories, IGof which, when " Mt. Slcilluc has been "tempted" again and again John Itong was vicious from his birth, 4 pmjia j am 6 ij am ' pm 11 15 ami 7 " The Bale by Mrs. King, of Corpus to write his "Life," when any well in" Winchester CoL Marshall, of Baltimore, is baid to As mean a man as lived on earth; perfectly seosoned, will 6ink in water. ' LeiioKten mii Ills dog, whose days were sad and grim, i pmj- 4a pml i 10 n n bo tho last survivor of Gen. Lee's old Christi, the "cattle queen" of Texas, of formed publisher ought to know that Arr Louitvillf ... " The heaviest of these is the black o j'm ij JLIS Led a poor lite, fallowing him. -i 15,000 steers is probably tho such a work staff. years ago. But only in Southern Florida, found wuh written Limited Veitibuleil F.nprrti rum dally and I John Itong chose ugliness and strife, Bayard has aged consid- largest single order for cattle ever filled thus it goes anything, from bad Pullman cilibuld llulfet Mrcper between Lo a which is more than "0 per cent, heavier And often ho abused his wife; erably since leaving Washington, though in Texas. Tho consideration wm to worbo. Edwin W. Bok's Letter. Uvillc, I.eincnn, Waihlngten. New York and than water. Of the other 15, the best The dog was kind, tho wife would tell. Mrs. King's much is worth $900,000. Old Point Corafait. Thli train l made part ol the in apparently good health. He served her faithfully and well. celebrated known is the lignum vitte and the manThe pastor of tho Methodist church at To Corrrct Lobby Abu arc. Prince Bismarck's latest hobby, acV. John Kong his children's patience tired, grove. Texas and New Mexico, lands East Davis, Mass., is Miss Annio Shaw, cording to a German interviewer, is a A simple device though it may not be Kat of Huntington on the C. O. Route They feared, they suffered and they died. full of queer creeping, crawling, walking The dog, who could not take their part, littlo wren which flies about his room a handsome and finely educated woman the only ono necessary for correcting lat Mail 1 rami lun daily eictpl Sunday be of 4U. When 15 years old sho taught a lobby abuses is publicity in tho proceed- tween Leiiiigton and Huntington. MaVt direct Oave the poor kindness of his heart. and inanimate things, are the homes of a and eats out of his hand. connection ai Huntington with C A O : at Ah country school, and sho is as thoroughly is about 1 times S. speciesof oak which at Wmchetter with K R, John Kong in every vice was seen, Representative Brawley, of tho Char- grounded in medicino ns she is in the- ings of committees. Lot arguments x land wuh and V R ; bound, and at I.eington C with toulh And stalnest his life with all things mean. heard on every bill that comes leforo a R north heavier than water, and which, when leston (S. U.) district, has only ouo arm. ology. and C.,N. O. A T P. Railroad. The deg no wicked thing did do; I etington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily committee, with full notice to nil congreen, will sink almost as quick as a bar His empty sleeve is triced up to a butHis thought was honest, kind and true. at Wmchetirr cernedopponents as well as friends. etceptK bunday. Connect I.enngtor. with I.toS. and STRANGE TALES. ton on his coat, after tho stylo of Geo. from C point and at of iron. It grows only in mountain R. John Rods; walked out when so Inclined, Thefao should lw oiwu to the public, and R for l.oultville Booker, of Mississippi has been found westward as Concocting mischief In his mind. 1'or full information id rrrard to rate, route. A man named Lowe has taken an aff- there the merits of every measure would Ac , apply to any agent of thli or connecting line The dog, his master's will to do. Joseph Bond, colored, living near To- idavit that a blno gum treo at Whittier, be thoroughly far as Colorado desert, where it grows at debated bofore report had With fear and trembling followed too. ronto, has lain in bed in the sulks for Oil., lias grown forty-fivelevation of 10,000 feeU All the speC U IIROWN, an feet in ono been made upon it. This would enable fHF.. HUNTINGTON, V P and CM, C. P A , twenty-seve- n years, and is now ap- year. John Rong. when full of crazy grog, cies heavier than water belong to tropicthe commit tee to get tho very best knowlI ealngton, Ky. With club and stones attacked the dog. proaching death, all because his mother O W. IIARNF.V, W. s' HARRISON, Tho coasters of tho Fiji islands will edgo obtainable on every question. It al Florida or in the arid West or SouthThedog por creature yelped and cried, i M , Lcaington, Ky. sold her farm against his will. T P, A., Aihland, Ky not eat until they can sit lint upon tho would take away from the lobby its And bleeding, broken, crushed, ho died. west. Chief Engineer Sewell, of the White ground directly over a triangle mado of dark lantern character, and from the Whem John Rong shail God's Justice see. male friend of mine A Star fleet, coneiders himself tho greatest three small fishbones; then they only committee its star chamber element. It Then tell me where shall Joha Rons; be? traveler that ever lived. He has sailed handle the food with the left hand. assures me that ho can tell a woman's Tell me what comes from Heaven above would throw tho light upon every meas818.400 nautical, or 011,000 standard, Ta him who murders perfect love? in which she nationality by the manner W. A. Fulton, ono of Clayton conntr'o ure. miles, nearly four times tho distanco beIn due timo the newspaper would Thau dog, dear dog, teach us that part, lifts a dress in wet weather. I give it to (Go.) oldest and best citizns, died re"JIITJJC GJtASfcj JtOUTJC." tween the earth and tho moon. To be, like thee, a faithful heart, cently. Just as ho drew his last breath mnko it plain, that while the proceedings you for what it is worth: Alike to love and sorrow true; Lewis E. Gnrley, of Troy, N. Y., who the old clock, which for forty years had of the legislature aro important, the Tho Sbortost and Qulckoat Routo from If she raises her dress very high and Tell me, what mare can angels do? has recently given 15,000 to tho Troy faithfully kept time, stopped and lias not proceedings of its committees are still Central Kontuaky to nil points North, the eflect is disappointing to the looker East, Woat and flouth-Woa- t. And one of these lives after death? Fast Femalo seminary, to be used in erecting run bince. moro so. The system would bring beAnd one shall perish with his breath? If she on, alio is an Englishwoman. a new building, was born in Troy in fore these committees men interested in Line botwoon Lexington and 01ncln Which lives beyond the earthly clog. Partially fill a glass with water, lay a legislation, nud, as a rule, raises it modestly high and walks on 1820, and for many years has been prom-inethe interests nntl. The fovlllsa man or angel dog. piece of prerw it SCIIKDIIL.E IN KFFF.CT FFI1 IS lilt. B. Wlggln, In Cambridge Press. in tho moral aud religious activi- gently writing pajwr over it, flat of her foot, she is a German. If involved would employ only the most the James with your hand and you can turn intelligent to bo ties of that city. found. Such a process No. 2. No. 4 .So 6 she elevates it daintily, but sufficiently tho glass upsido down, remove your hand T Her Quill Ten. would inform not only the public but to clear the mud and walks on her toes, F.t. Sun. Daily F.i. Sus from tho parier and not a drop of water Ah, you noisy little quill legislators themselves. After these arMEN OF LETTERS. she is French. Last of all, if she pulls S will spill. S Do you not with rapture thrill iMpn guments had heard the chances for I.ve Cincinnati ... 10 m 8 00 a ao p ta. 18 Covington. When she writes v it up with a saucy little tug and walks In counting his small chango recently bad motives to assert themselves wrw Id I.vc Falmouth... i 48 m 9 oS Lve Robert Louis Stevenson says that he o 3 5o p m 16 Whether Sue Is bid to tea, m 10 jj 5 16 p a 11 iS on her heels, she is a citizen of this Arr Pant a Michigan man found tho most valuable be greatly diminished. Committees intends to end his days in Samoa. Or a sonnet 'To the Sea" m 11 n 1 10 Arr Lexington tigpn glorious republic Clara Belle. Shelndltss! One of the many English novelists of fivo cent piece extant. Tho jarring on would hear both sides nud then decide. I.vc Pan ; a J37 1 o tho table caused tho pieco of money to Now they ofteu hear ono side only, and Arr WincheMer... 11i 10 p m b 15 a in tho day, A. Conuu Doyle, is an oculist in What would bribe you, when again 15 p m split in two, and from tho center rolled that many times iu an unintelligible if Arr Kichmond She is using you to pen active practice. fact that carbonate It is a Arr Lancattcr 4 4! p m a gold dollar. Words to me. not a corrupt way. Century. 5 lo p m Arr bUnford Dr. Holmes is cheered in his old ago of ammonia is used by bakers in the Just to trace with motion sly Lve Richmond In Austria women nru employed to 35 P m by tho knowledgo that "Over the Tea Those few tender words that I preparation of the finest and wholesom-os- t Arr Livingtan .. J Of P carry tho mortar and brick to tho buildA .lniile I'roiioiny. Long to see? Cups" is telling moro largely than any I.e .liddlc4txro 7 ! P bread and cake, and has been from ers,. They work from 7 iu tho morning If natural K'ts consumers wish to bo of his earlier works. O'er my shoulder as I write is among the old-etimo immemorial. It No. (. No. j. till 0 at night, with ono hour at noon, No. j. Comes a laughing whisper, light: Professor John Stuart Blackie, ''tho and receive twenty cents n day. Most economical they will kevp their stoves and at the same time moat healthful full of pap'r okIips. .ItiHt put n handful "You're a goose I" Grand Old Man of Scotland," at tho of thee feinalo hodcarriors are unmar6 45 And I really wish I were. constituents of baking powders. It is of papiT into your stove, and nfter it is Lie Miildlenboro 11 05 m 5 6 o l.ve Livingston. ago of 80. "so meager that ono might ried and homeless. a" If my quills could be for her in burned ohservo tho result. Tho burn-iii- Arr Richmond... is all evolved in gas by the heat of the Dainty uso. fancy a puff of wind would blow him 7 00 a m of tho paper doesn't add insrceptibly Lve Stanford oven and leaves no trace of itself in tho Frederick A. Stokes, In Century. over," still retains all his force, vitality Lvc Lancatter 7 CHAT OF THE STAGE. in to tho heat of tho stove, but tho ashes of Arr Richmond, 10 jo a a m food, and it is this that gives it its great ij and brilliancy. The Storm Queen. tho paper inako thujas go furthur, a 46 p n 6 oj Lve Richmond... J. K. Emmet is going to make another value as a leavening agent. Tho venerable French author, Jules The fairy of the storms one day 40 p in 6 35 tho is in tben entirely consumed. Arr Wincheiter Arr Paris writ- trip around the world with "Undo Joe; Somo ieopIo Simon, does tho greater part of his 4JPut on her robes to liave some play; JJ nu broken firo brick, which I.vc Lesiugton a 00 p m 71 00 - a m 3 45 P or, Fritz iu a Mad Hou.se." press of Kentucky is almost a unit sportive elf, on mischief bent. A The p m ing while in bed. He lies flat on his is better than nothing, becauso tho un- - Lve Pari . very soul Intent. p in 7SJ a in 4 S P m For fun her 4S "A Scandal in High Life" is tho titlo ..,.. back, and writes on a tablet of paper in favor of giving Mrs. Longuioor tho .1 1'jiat v. t.:..l. i'iiiiiiih ....1 ..t 11... Lve lalmuulh. a m 5 30 p m 4 H p m 9 of a now play which will bo produced by ...... A wreath of hailstone was her crown, S 40 p m 10 44 a in held abovo him. Despite this extraordi. 41... benefit of her husband's unexpired ....1 .....f...... Arr Covington. 5 37 P ta ouwiiihicu hid ileum nut Atr Cincinnati S so p in to 50 a m 6 45 P m """"' A snowdrift pure her royal kowd. nary position his chirographyisamarvel Barry and Fay next sea3on. term. Moat of the editors of Kentucky of tho brick as it riesunward. and moro , An Icicle her scepter nice, of neatness. A new play by Davis Edwaid Mar- ' of it isconsumed. But papor of any kind 9. l"ve. Pari And slippers wore tbo formed of Ice. are struggling for a living for themselves ..i a m and iso. n, at 517, n m Mr. Charles Algernon Swinburne is shall, of the American Press associa- is better, beeauso it contains more or 7 55, Mayiville at in 10, am, and 7 jY pm. No are o and family, and the fact that they 10 She set the leaves In skurrylng dance; said to have a liking for outdoor exercise tion, will bo produced next seaso'i. IWSOf Kaolin or clllV. Which IS incom- - j !.wayvilluat 3oam, arriving at ,Paris at Bho froze the river nt a stance: to leave widows and orphans at tho . .. 40. am. .M), 11 leaves MaviviIIe at Sho tossed the branches of the trees; in all weathers. Even when tho roads Tho business introduced by English bUstililc, Tho allies of paper aro nearly arrives at lUri at 4 io,,p in. These trains ar mercy of tho world should make them And caused the to f reczo. aro rivers of mud ho goes out for a walk, authors on tho opening night of "All tho all clay, Iu a natural gas stovo they July escept Sunday. No 7. dally tn all points esernt careful. "Do unto others as you would and on such occasions ho wears a short Comforts of Ilmno" in London baa boon form a kind of Mxmgious filter through Ion, which daily except Viiiiiav Howl.md Divi. She paused on window panes to trace have others do unto you. Carlisle Mergray coat, very bhort trousers, and thin, discarded, am; tho company is playing which all tho huh must pass and bo Hare ferns and flowers or wondrous grace; No. runs daily from to Cincinnati. No, 3 runs daily sho mado a home cury. The water-falelastic gaiters. now Gillette's version with great before it goes into tho chimney. No 5 runs daily from a'l strati- ns escept tae Palatial for tho wandering gnome. Um paper in your stove and it will Rowland Divi. Ion, which inlaily except Sunday "When Jumbo was living his weight No The spruoa trees, somber, decked by her, STRAY BITS. May Howard, tho burlesque star, now make a difference of 10 ixtr cenL in tho No. 4 daily except Smida) daily bi'lnifii I incu.nati and Lrsingtoa. Wore garments of tho costliest fur; was 7 tons, or 14,000 pounds. Mounted, No 4j Pari and Lexington Accommodation dai. heat evolved. Detroit News. in tho sixth year of her professional hung; Incased In pearl the clothes-lineLynn, Mass., has a special school for ly. Leaves I.pxidjjioii 10 00 a. m. Arrive Pan now weighs about 3 tons. His body ho was born in Chicago twenty-bi- x Above the electric wires sung. nrtj a. in Armenians. waa 18 feet in circumference. Ho was years ago. Sho made her lirst apNo 8 Falmouth Accommodation; leaves CincinLiikn run In .Mlrngx. mountain-topShe breathed upon a nati 5 top in Amies Falmouth 7 oj p m daily Maiuo and Now Hampshire mako near- pearance as a chorus girl with tho Dixey 14 feet long and 12 feet high to his shoulA remarkable fight could lie obherved oxcept Sunday, And caused an avalanche to drop; ly all tho world's spools. Adonis company. No. 7 Lea Falmouth 600 n in Arrive in tho western horizon a few minutes She toppled icebergs In the sea. der blades. The diameter of his ear was 7 55 a m daily except Sunday Then clapped her hands in wildest glee. Pennsylvania established tho Grst hosTho length of his tusk Dainty littlo Ida Mulle accompanies after Vi o'clock Saturday. Lake Iliiroii, 5 feet 5 inches. No. a and 6 make connections at Winchester for pital in America in 1751. inilea away, points on the N. N M. V R'y, E. II. her husband, Bwi Tuthill, to Europe in a distance of twenty-tlvShe drove the traveler from the road, 5 feet 11 inches. No . came Cincinnati t The peasant to bis far abode; Thero aio 1,000 more men teaching Juno and will jirobably not appear in could bo plainly seen by tho naked oyo, Middlesborough through cars fromGap and all la and Cumberland She tossed Ihe raging billows high, stage life iiaia, as sho has announced tho ribing nud falling of tho waves aa ttrmediate nations and runs dally. school in Ohio than women. "We have several young lady artists," Caused many u stately ship to fly. W. I. MUNSON. Trav. Pais. Aki.. Cincinnati. says an exchange, "who paint from naIn tho building trades the six cities in her determination to retire permanently they collided togother, and even tho S. K KNOTT, C. P, ATMORE, this active play, white foam as it traveled carelessly over at tho close of tho present season. Traffic Munager. Gen Pas. Agt. Beveral in this city who ' But, wearying ofthe close of day, which tho highest wages aro paid are ture." I know ' She rested near General ortice, Louisville, Ky, Frederick Paulding, who for tho past its troubled waters. Tho inirnge was a New York, Brooklyn, Chicago, St, Louis, And laid her en the moss to sleep aud uso a looking-glass- . II. MORSE, Gcn'l Pa.s'jj'r Agt., S. F. paint nature Waere soon arbutus buds will peep. two years has been playing leading beautiful one and created cou.siderablo Office Chamber ol Commerce Huilding, Cincinnati Galveston and San Francisco. Lou. Times. amusement for somo of our Lucauitoa Elmwood Stock Farm. Amidst the slumbering flowers she lies, ' At Mudd's Landing, in St. Genevieve juvenile parts in tho Jeffersou-i'lorenc- e whilo it lasted. Somo were heard to Hay Mr.W, II. Gentry writes; "I am glad of the on. To take her nap till summer dies. Bobby What's an April fool, papa?" county, Mo., a flock of wild ducks were company, will retire from thatoigauiza-tio- n portuaity to speak in praise of your And winter calls her onco again and will begin a starring tour next that they guessed they would go "for a Quinn's Oinimcuu Have recommended wonderful to several Mr. Norn's "An April fool is a man attracted by the electric light of a steamTo riot In the snow and rain. September under the management of boat ride, so perfect was the optical ilJn- - friends, who are as veil pleased with the remits a ng boat landing there, and tho deck hand takes off his winter underclothi William Whitman Bailey, la N. Y. Kpr curbs, splints, spavins, puffs and all who lam.1' bIou. Lucan (Ont.) Record. George L. Smith. bunches, use this standard reaedy. killed 150 of them. on the first warm day." Life. Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal TOLD IN RHYME. What It Llfcf BP! TALES OF THE TURF. For Sato Twenty Iltiildln Lots , W. F. WALTON. non-strikin- g - BTORTH WEST, K-e- chippy-wees- Double Daily Trains I hap-HM)iu- g New-Yor- Mar-cellu- s, Baden-Bade- n: e 183-1- jior-so- OLD KY. H0T7TE Washington, e up-to- wn reads-'Tha- t 11 r k 1 . bone-weldin- g 1 Al-cot- t, ridio-uIou- h I 1 .. iron-woo- d, $ B $32,-00- 0. onif VT F. F. A-- UN,LS e mud-travele- d Kentucky Central R.R. f ut South-Houn- 1 Ik-o-ii -- . well-know- n 7M . at North-Houn- K 4I1 . bo-cau- 1 1 -- r 1111 1. 1111 1 tnn I lia-hl- '"'h. im, water-pipe- s 1 cou-Mim- cd 1 l m suc-ceb- s. 1 s , 1 1 11 s Cia-cinn- o A-- Inde-pende- 1 iu.. r 1 wft have to get out of Alx. Leave dona borees.' "Sibley ho sav: 'No I can't leave de ,Dlg Bnt Tolla an Amusinfr Story of horses. Dey government property.' Plnorty. "I say: 'What you talk? lly gar, I havo got do Ix'st horso in do whole . Crook's .Fun In the Ilouxn Ilrataitruiit lie my horse, my own horse. I let Olil Scout Llmrui Clrclo of Con- him go. I want to snvo my life. If I grrsMiivnllow rlncrty rouml wounded, you hnve got to leave me. I f Komit Items for HU Tappr. you wounded, we havo to leave you. You know what dat means. Any man ICOPYlllOIIT. 1X01.1 wounded ho left, and dat means worse There was h qimlnt party In tho dan dead.'" Houe rvitnurant tho other afternoon. Hat was right, A wounded man in It Included MJ. J. M. Uurko, tetter fiavngo warfare imperils tho living, and known us Arizona John; there is no hope for him if he is left. (Jcnry, of California; Conprew.man j' Those who blame (Sen. Forsytho of Now Jersey, and lluptihto should remember that ho had thirty-eigh- t Purlor, bettor known to army ofllcers wounded pcoplu to carry from as Ultf Hat, nn old bcout of (Jons. I'roolc, Wounded ICnee. Miles and Terry, lie Is hero with the In tho battle at Wounded Knee a ser-"- I 'Sioux Indian delegation. Stortei of gcant received a fatal shot. am dono John 1'lnerty, of Chicago, was a wero in cmlor. While Flnerty til "'1 It tnembor of tho house of ruproM'titatives & ho paid (front attention to Irish matters. Ho never ml.vsed an opportunity of twisting the tall of tho JlritNh lion or of exiectoratlnjf tobacco juleo into his yes. Ho liad an anient nympathl7or In Kichelieu Hobtnson, who then repre sented a llrooklyn district. McAdoo Unys Itoblnson was coming Into tho hoiue ono day when ho met 1'lnerty who was going out. "What's being ilono In tho house?" Robinson inquired. out-11U SIBLEY'S CLOSE CALL. tit-n- Mc-Ailo- o, to-dn- daily Uvea of other pcoplo. Of tho Ladies society of Plymouth church .Mrs. Henry Ward Hcechcr is president, Thoir Place in tho Pnrloh and Thoir and on rainy afternoons tho members " paro her tho labor of going out by Quallflcntiona. gathering in tho parlors of her homo in Hpralc of n I'iiMor'n Orange street, flowcrdcckcd and vocal Sir. I.rman Abbott with bird songs. Wlfr'n Opportunltlm Opinion from "Tho work of n pastor's wife," says Dr. TulniuKr, .Mrn. Ilrrrjirr anil Mrs. Hcechcr, "must differ widely In Mrt. Tlieoilorn - (,'ujlcr. different cases. Somo ministers bclicvo ISOI.l their wives can nid them most culcicnt-l- y Rev. Dr. Talmago sat In his study tho J tfMntf them quiet and restful other evening, his eyes tlxed quizzically homes, others liko to seo their wives on a bronzo boy of Egyptian aspect active also in parish duties. "In my own case, live of my seven who stood patiently in the doorway carbrothers became ministers and a sister rying candles. "I used to rend," ho said, "a good deal of literature on tho subject of ministers' wives. "I wish my wife would tell 3011 how untrue were all those stories of pulling and hauling, of constant demands, of MINISTERS' WIVES. CLOTHING. SSX3TX3L I- fault-findin- g. V 'jQR- "Oil iwiiliitur lint (.limit ilnlllllHrl Amir- - ncan legislation," was l'inerty's response. Of course there was a roar of laughter. "To the astonishment of ovorj Ixxly, IHg lllat began to tell a story ulxjiit Flnerty. jit was told in the dialect peculiar to the Canadian Trench trappers and excited jirreat merriment, Tho story is known (in the northwest as "Lieut, clov call." It was about the time of tho Custor massacre. The command Svas near Tongue river. Lieut. Sibley was detailed to go to tho nation and bring back some Crows as scouts. Sibley's party numbered thirty picked men. Among them wero lilg Hut, Frank (ruard, chief of scouts, and Mr. Flnerty. Flnerty was accompanying the column as n newspaper corresxmdent. Up to that time ho had Ih'cii looking for itms for his paicr. As Hig Hat expresses It: "He would come to me and Bay. 'Whutyou know for my papain I want to put something in my papalrt' "Dls occurred a half a dozen, times a day. I U'll him, 'You we on do expo- Sib-jlry- 's hiIjiw Uvyv- - d2 Cw "I MAICK MVHKI.K AH HM.U.I. AS I CAN. for," he said, as he fell. "Make breastwork of my body and save yourselves. Iwys." And they did it, Hig Hat continued his story thus: "Sibley, he say. 'I must account for de gover'ment for do horses If we leave dom.' "I say, 'If you sty here you 'count for noting. Dc gover'ment havo to 'count for you.' "I crawl over to Frank, and wo join Sibley. Den, jwp, pop, iop. A roan horso falls. I say to Flnorty: Mia, Flnerty, soinotlng mora to put In vour impair!' "'Oh! Damn my papalr.'says Flnerty. "We consult with (Sruurd. Wo decide itosldn out an' leave do horses as a blind, an' get up do mountain. It was sundown. Wo expect a charge. If we got up in de hill wo would havo somo chance. Dero in do timlxjr we hnd none. Sibley den give de orders for every man to crawl on his belly. I stn Itchind t shoot any man dat stand up and don't crawl. Almut threo hundred yard we strike de foot of dc hill. Don wo climb carefully, so nobody could seo us. We listen to de pop, pop, pop. I say 'Flnerty, dero must bo somo more horso gone I don't know dc color. I can't toll you for your outside." "Congregations as a rule arc composed of ladles and gentlemen, who make the position of tho minister's wlfo an especially pleasant one. My wife knows of hundreds, yes, of thousands, of ministers' wives, all happy, all honored. "The place n pastor's wife should take in tho congregation depends on herself. Her call may be to hor husband's Hock or it may lie aim pi' to tho things of her household. Tills is a matter for her own decision. "The qualification she needs especially is common sense, for alio may be great hindrance to her husband's work or a strong reinforcement." When ono has n glimpse of tho experiences, tho chances for observation, tho responsibilities and the opportunities that come to such a woman as Mrs. Lyman Abbott, the wife of the pastor of Plymouth church, ono hesitates over tho question how much ono is justified in making known. For Mrs. Abbott lives in her home. "If my children," she says, "felt themselves defrauded or my husband wished it otherwise, even If my judgment did not agree with theirs, I could not go 11 Stock Our goods arc MOST ALL IN And ready for tlm trade. Frocks and with short pants. miis. iiF.Kcnnr. cr.os.siNn Cut-a-ways. Men's regular cut and exra long Sacks, Children's from 4 to 15 years In the early days of their married Hfo Mr. Abbott was a lawyer and Mrs. Ab- bott studied his cases with him, copied legal papers and absorbed herself In his labors. When he felt himself drawn to tho ministry still her thought was to forward his undertakings. So it has been during the years given to tho pulpit and to editorial duties. "I know of no demands," sho says, "made on a minister's wfic, but I seo privileges. A pastor must be In somo tffrET t'' V sfissata 'J)M&& "I1T OAR, DKT AHK BIOUX." dishon. You get sometlng den for your papalrl' "We go for several hour. Is'o Sioux in sight. He lieutenant was little heedful. Ho nay: 'Hat, I must rest und water my horses, an' my men must have some colTcc "1 say: 'Sibley, I like coffee, but idamn do colTco now. Let's keep on. 1 take my coffee day after "Dc lieutenant say: 'Uat, we must liave coffeo.' Wo "We loosen do saddle-girthmnko do coffee. I tell do lieutenant: I'Slbley, you goln' toseo somo Indian for plat ooffce.' "Wo drink do coffee. Wo tighten do paddle girths und start on. Pretty soon q things dat don't grow on tho i prairie. Ono, two head pop up hero on tie left; one, two head pop up dcrc on yo right. I Ray to do lieutenant: 'Sib-dcyou seo dat? you see dat? So Indians here, oh, not' "Ho say: 'Hat, what you going to do?' "I Bay: 'Sibley, wo light out for do s. Dey charge. (Set do saddles. Indian damphools, kill all de horses, an' get no scalp. Indians astonished. Dey know wo got good position on de mountain. Can't follow with horses. It come about dark. Wo get to de top of do mountain. Don I miss my overcoat. Mon Dieu, how cold! Wo look from top of do mountain on dc odor side. Whowl Wo seo do village. Den we know how man' Sioux. Do whole village of do Sioux "S papain' "Mnerty he say: 0h! damn do color and damn de papain' "Hv trar. wo scramble tin dc hills, When he was going about twenty min-oit come what I expect une grand fiuillatle and pop, iop, pop, pop, pop. ot I y, Now como "Wo do light out, quick. popl popl pop! (clapping his hands threo times.) Hefore wo get to de timber, a "bullet strike Finerty's horso In do tail. I say: Mini ha! Finerty, something to tput in do pupulrl' i "Finerty ho say: 'Damn do papalrs. "Wo quick get into do timber F.vcry man is told to tlo his horso to a treo, and llo down. I was de last In de timber. 1 tics my horso near do edge of do limber. I forget my overcoat on do haddlo. It was hot liko do devil In do daytime juid cold like do blizzard at night. Everj' man ho get behind a troo. I get mo behind a tree. I hear do pop, pop, pop, (clapping his hands I see ono sorrel horse. Ho togothor). get hit. I say: MIollo, Fincrtyl Ono borrol horse, ho gone. Put dat in your timber.' "PLVEHTV HB IIAVK IU9 HOOK OUT MARINO NOTES." nation was dero for miles. Den commence your hair to creep. I look at Flnerty and say: 'Now you havo some-tin- g to put in de papain' "And Finerty ho say: 'Oh, don't mention dat damn papain' "It get cold liko a big blizzard I have a hickory shirt on. My overcoat Is on dat damn saddle. Hut wo in n good strong jositlon. Gniard ho very sick. He don't care'if ho live or dio. I den comes pop, pop, pop. I seo my leg not behind do tree. I pull it back. I iay 'My od.' Just den a twig right dero by the bullet clipped right troo. It ifall to de ground. Hat was n closo call for Hat. Den pop, pop, pop. Whlto Ho falls. horso gets full of lead. Den I say: 'Finerty, do white horso get full of lead. Ho falls. Tut dat in your papain' "Flnerty, ho say: 'Damn de papain "I am behind a tree. I mnko myself or small as I can; squeeze myself llko a sandwich. Every now and er "Fop, pop, pop, como heavier and heavier. De shouting louder. I know the village near und some mora Indians. I say to de lluutenant: 'Sibley, by gar, pain' awhile n black horse falls shot I say: Hello, Finerty! Illack horso gono. Another Item for do papain' " 'Oh,' hny Finerty, 'damn do pa- papain' "Flnerty ho say: 'Damn the papain' "Do pop, pop, pop kept up, and so Aftor did do linking of everybody. say to do lleutennnt: 'Sibley, I freezo. We got to havo a tire.' "Lieutenant he say: MJat, you mnko n Arc, I shoot you.' "I bay: 'Sibley, I dio wid do cold. I might ns well bo killed with pistol as freeze. I mnko do firo.' "I do mnko it. Sibley ho warm him-elHesny: 'It's all right, Hat You un' I dio togothor. "I feci better. I get warm. I look around. Hy gar, what you tlnk I seo? Finerty ho havo his book out making notes for dat damn papain " Hat then told how they completed their journey. They had to cross tho river twice. At tho second crossing all tho men could not go over. Several wero exhausted. The command covered them up with leaves, nnd located tho place so that they could como back for their comrades. Hut Flnerty was n (riant of endurance. Ho stuck nil tho way through. At last they joined tho party was sent main command, nnd to rescue tho stragglers. "Whon wo git our coffee In camp," said Hat, "Finerty ho snton tho quartermaster's box, I eay to Finerty: 'You havo hnd ono it." griiud time. Put it in your papain So strangely noar does a woman like 'tFinerty ho Bay: 'You bet. Dat's whit I'm here for, to write for dat Mrs, Abbott stand to tho trials, tho joys and tho sorrows that make up tho dattn papain' " Amos J. Cumminos. I I I f. 11 una. hekciikh. sense a leader, and his wife, too, can do much In tho service of humanity. "Thcre'B a good deal of talk against the churches, but much of that comes from pcoplo who don't know what tho churches are doing. I would llko to seo iu church so organized that every woman on becoming u member should bo asked nt once on what committee sho could give much or a littlo time. Then once n year there might be a grand rallying day with accounts of things done. "Plymouth church has Its mission churches, the Mayflower nnd tho Hothcl, and It is n constant pleasure to watch tho transformation of women who como in with shawls over their heads, poor, discouraged. "Then there are two working girls' clubs with their educating influences. Tho httJe girls of the 'junior club sew nnd cook, nnd ono day not long ago when they gnvo an exhibition I was unable to attend they sent mo a box with n beautiful biscuit nnd a piece of plo nnd somo cake and a great variety of things, all daintily made In tho cramped quarters of their own homes. "Then there is tho Young Women's league. They have mado towels for tho gymnnsium, bringing tho young men of tho church into sympathetio relations with Its cultivated young women. Last summer they sent a trunkf ul of linen to tho Holiday house of tho working girls. We read together Uiley's little poem of 'The honest stltchei on tho under side,' for I wanted the things made flno nnd neat for girls whoso low wages often press them to think more of dress than of underwear. "Then there are tho boys' and girls' classes. Tho boys are making picturo screens for the hospitals and tho girls make covers for the baro bureau tops in tho rooms of the colored girls and tho Indians nt Hampton institute. They am helping to educato nn Indian boy and an orphan in India. teaching. "There is the Sundr.y-schoThere must bo nearly two hundred and fifty teachers. "And your work?" "I have tho Infant elnss. Then thero are the broader charities of tho city, which want tho pastor's namo, nnd his wife's sympathy. Ono could glvo one's llfo in each of so many directions. The needs that force themselves on one's at tention would dlscourago and overwhelm, did not help nnd sympathy also s appear at every turn. Money is sent mo nnonymously, articles of clothing have been loft at the door, and if ono sees necessities ono also sees how many stand ready to roliovo Whit-comb ol r ..my W' ' v married a minister, so marriage I understood tho Hfo I was entering on. "I made it my llrst effort to spare Mr. neccher's time by attending to his correspondences and to financial matters. Our desks stood in adjoining windows, and It was only with the most important letters that I troubled him. Somo of these ho answered, on others ho t rN would write four or five words ns a guide to me. Tho checks for his salary were made payable to me, nnd If he rZ wanted money he came to me for it, except that lie retained tho proceeds of .N his lectures, making himself a fund of 'spending money.' "I saw all callers who camo to tho house, so many of them only curiosity A SURE AND CERTAIN CURE, KNOWN FOR. 15 YEARS AS seekers. When ho was In the house I never left It, nnd so his energies wero THE BEST REMEDV FOR PiLr .., . .M M . not drawn on except in cases of impornnr KilHAKUbON-- T AYLPft MED. CO. ST. LOUIS MO. tance nnd urgency. "I wns not nblo to do in ndditlon a great amount of parish visiting, though I did what was possible. In my early married life I was asked to lead tho W. E. VARNON R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. femalo prayer meeting, but it was very J a canditUte to fill cut unexpired term olC ountv liard for me nnd I did not continue. Iudf;emadeacantby tlit- drath of Judae T V. DENTIST. Varnon, "It was in tho war days that we wero party subject to the auiou of the Democratic Office on Mam street, opposite Portraan Horn. lifted out of ourselves completely. I upstairs .Mtrous Uxido Uai Eivcn for cainl,..' remember the dispatch that came to us extracting. C. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. one day at Peekskill, where Mr. Hcechcr was recuperating from hay Is a Candidate for Auditor of the State ot suoicct to the will of the Democratic party. fever, saying that his boys tho llrooklyn phalanx and tho other regiments F. B. RILEY. PronHnt,. A. S. &$sB8. at Fort Schuyler wero without food and London, - - - Kentucky. without clothes. SURGEON DENTIST. I have to "I came down to tho city Immediate- Office on Main street, over W. U. MeRoberts' prepand moved evermy new Hotel and am better than to accommodate the public Drug Store, Stanford. ly and crossed to Fort Schuyler to seo I wouldn't tho condition of things. FRANK RILEY. think of being pulled ucross tho Nar- WASJLJG rows In a rowboat now, but tlwn ono hndn't timo to think of being afraid. DR. W. I am Then I wont about to the bakers for work well prepared to bore wells and will do the in u Rood manner and promptly their stale loaves, and with nn express At One Dollar a Foot. wagon to the shops for mattresses and Office South side Muin street, in office Call on or address me at Stanford, Kentucky. blankets and but I can't talk ubout vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman', SUnfard. rw.,.1. Ky. L. T. SMITH. ministers' wives. If I hnd thought the rcmlnlscenses I have been writing I. M. BRUCE, would havo taken mo back through so many years of my Hfo I could not have P. W GREEN, Proprietor. UVl?, SALE MB FEED STABLE, begun them," nnd Mrs. Heechcr's faco beneath hor whito hair becamo thoughtI have recently taken charge 01 this STANFORD, KY. Hotel and intend Lteping it at its present hish ful. standard. Special attention given to the traveling SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL Tho wife of Hcv. Dr. Theodoro L. public travelers. Horses and mules bought Cuyler," whoso Influence through his First-Clnsand sold Onlyfmt-clas- s s horsesand vehicles used in HTcrT' world-widbooks has been believes In connection. that tho work of the minister's wlfo can Also bo dono most gently and cfllelently In HOMEOPATHIC SALVE, Pool and Billiard Parlors. her own homo. "A minister," she says, "sometimes 73 it Curcjcuts, bruises, old sorts, skin corn, bunion,, p.les, fistula, scratches diseases marries before ho fixes on his profes sion and usually marries to suit himself ' Blue-Gra- ss If his rather than his congregation. .. ..umcrous esuiuonuis wi wife makes him happy in his homo nnd loaves him us free as possible to pursuo Unaffir,hU $P" " a 'da,cU.reMaade I will sell privately, at a bargain, his work untrammelcd, sho nids him J. B. IMGOlNS.lStanford. K. my farm at , Crijb Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky. most effectually. This farm, formerly known as the Jacob Guest "When somo of his parishioners asked contains mo for my portrait for n memorial thoy ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, were designing in commemoration of Excellent Land. Seventh and Market Streets, Mr. Curley's thirty years pastorate, I In prime couditon, and well improved, lying giving it, on tho ground that I partly in the limits of the town of Crab Orchard, declined Louisville, - - - tub nauiiows. that baforo my Stagg & MeRoberts. ll m !m CURES NOTHING RUT PILE --. rnc.mtim -- c - RICHARD WARREN Ken-uck- y, THE Br. RILEY PRICE, HOUSE, HOHXN-- G Jl BTraNY, Dentist. 3- - METERS HOUSE, n e, Sample Room Wm I Choice Farm FOE SKSMiSSaS5S yr E. home-stea- d, 280Acros on the L. & N R R. The farm divided nearly equally by the pike WILL OPEN MONDAY, MAR a. leading South from town, iliere being 175 acres on the East side on which is the mansion house, a Having told out our entire interest in the hotel la'Ki'.roomy and brick of; rooms, beside, kitchen, sen ant's house, sub e, .1c, and on .n W.I".0" ,r", .we hae ved to our old the West side 105 acres, which has aho a comfortMVe ?C,up,,e1 f,,r on able iraiuo residence streets, are now fittim'jt S.c. I will sell the place as a "iMieRant hape new throuKhout and the out. whole, or if desired every way be elegant, including one ill ell either of the tracts singly Either will fit ot bie,Y make an elegant and comfortable horre, couven and Uigcage w.thal thejate Imprcv, ments "jloj lent to schools, churches, good turnpikes and the our old to ci.me and see us our old r.ilroad. e promise you that our rooms, table ana homo Persons desirous of inspecting the place will be service shall bo secoud to none in the Und. My wife Mrs shown over it by James 1U)S, now residing on the premises. For term, apply or address me at Dao- - Jo II. Alexander, wants to be remembered to all our lady friends and she will be glad to see tile, Ky. them andgive them a heany retention. KareJa 97- -f JAS.W. GUEST. uerdav 101 JO. H. ALEXANDER. well-built e, Kentucky, 5l "' pa"E" We-va- 111 Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY OF STANFORD, KV. Is now fully orgamred and ready for business with Paid up Capital of Surplus, 31113. ..... - - $200,000. 15,000. Capital Stock S200.000 Surplus ......:......1 16,500 th that this is the only National Hank in Stanfn UnJer the provisions of the National Bank Attention of the public is invited to LYMAN AI1II0TT. ! soma-time- 1 had not done any pastoral duty. 'Why, & they said, 'you havo been our sister ar.....i A minister's wifo should and friend.' know her husband's parishioners by nnmo and visit all who need her. In a largo city parish to do more than this Is To those who entrusted their bulsinets while mnagitig the Lincoln National Hank of not possible we we here tendcrour manv thanks and Rov. Dr. Meredith, well known for btantortl, will continue to transact their business rupted existenceof jaear IV" ,U,n,Ut,e trust they his expositions of the international with us, offering as u guarantee for prompt attention to samp, our twenty years' experience in Sunday-scholessons, has u wifo who banking andas liberal accommodations as ate con- honorable career. Accounts of cprporatlons fldu cianes, firms and Individuals respectfully VolicI places first among a minister's wife's sistent with sound banking, qualifications, tact and the ability to directors: The Directory of this Bank is composed of J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; hold one's tongue. "I havo been a minT. I. Foster, of Stanford; J, M. Hail, Stanford; ister's daughter," sho says, "all my llfo, Forestus Reid, Lincoln county J. S. Ow'-- Stanford; J.W. Hayden, Stanford; and a minister's wifo for twenty-seve- n S. It. Baughman, Lincoln; Embry, Stanford; S.J, years, nnd I speak from exporlenco." Vnon; J. E. L)nn, Stanford; S. T. Harris Lincoln: is the minister's wives who see tho It A. W. Carpenter, MUledgeville; J ?; Hocker Stanford; Eocial aide of thoir husbaud's churches, O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. K.Daughman, Hustonville; of whom men and womon aliko inako 1. P. Hill, Stanford; J. F. Cash, Stanford; W. G. Welch, Stanford.? confidants, who must perforce have William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. W.I'. Tate, Stanford. wido experience thrust upon them and S. II. Shanks, President. OFFICERS: . to whom, tho country ovor, are carried B. OwiIer.Cashler J. S. Hocker, President; J. a largo share of humanity's troubles, John J. MeRoberts, Cashier; W. M. Dright, Teller. McKmner, AssisUat Caahicr. Eliza, Putnam li baton. J. H.Uiujhimn, General Baolc.Keepcr , r ol SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL RANK OK STANFORD, (Now closing up) with the same assets and under the same management, lly provisions of Its chatter, depositors ire as fully protected as aie depositors in National Hanks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may act as, executor administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as I r,. depositors are secured not only but by the fiH thly ?V. amount equal to the stock, so that denositnr. of this in.titution are secured by a fund of Fhe sworn statements of bTfc of are made each ear to the Uulted States governntfii and it ntitt agenu.- thu. Vecng" ""uiiuonat and perfect safety to depositors. nT'",i,,.!iintK,i0rnt.?r,:'n.'1y ;'.''-hea, ,he s hTNa ,na. Bank of S fn'f to us I ue-a- j u'lnS y, - ,t.- - mwffivtnmmmt)smKimmuimmm 'w THE CHESIRE HOG. A pBryq.1. J MIDDLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. THE BEST LIVE STOCK. FINE POINTS RANGE SCIENTIFIC MULE BREEDING. NOTICE I 2 111 FOR SAX.E. Houses and Lot3 in McKinnoy, Doth desirable homes. (jVti Kor information and term, address MRS SUSIK S ADAMS, Al, West Main Street, l.tsiimton, Ky OF BRED THE Vi H m !:. K' "Vt. this country, the Cheshire hog originated In tho United States. It took its rise in He UelmvoK Mncnlfieciitly When Token Jefferson county, Jf. Y. Tho breed from Ills Fnr Western rmlrina to Hie started in n cross of largo Yorkshires cmno n I.lvery Hnck In Florida 111 with native sows of fine quality. They have now been established long enough IIIrIi Spirit, Kmlurance nnil Health. to have characteristics of their own. Blood will tell, among horses nt least. What these characteristics aro tho editor Tho western range bred, grass raised of tho Cheshire Herd Book, Mr. E. M. horses nro pnro bred nml high bred from Davis, tells us in Tho Rural New Yorker, tho very beat nml most costly itntwrted from which tho accompanying cut is and American stock that money can taken. Mr. Davis writes: buy. They are no scrubs. A scrub is a scrub nnywhero and everywhere, whether pampered or enfeebled or bred in lusty freedom on tho range. Yon can't ninko u silk purso out of a 60v'a ear. By nature tho western horse is kind. V . , $AX 2i His intelligence and his good points are inherited from his blooded ancestry. It should bo remembered that when laid X. down in tho south all his surroundings ciiusnmi: 110a. nro now and strange. He has been The Cheshire is n long, broad hog foaled and grown to maturity on tho a shapo which of courso gives heavy boundless freedom of the plains, plateaus hams and shoulders. The head is very nnd mountain valleys of his western short in proiiortion to tho length of the home. Ho has been as absolutely free body, the face slightly dished, tho ears to roam where ho pleased as the wild thin, smnll nnd erect nnd the nose deer of tho forests, and his habitat is straight. Looking nt one n ixjrson would inimitably more grand. say that tho nose, compared with that of Till started for his adopted southern tho Small Yorkshire, was long, but in homo ho has never been fed in all his proportion to the length of the body it is life by tho hands of men, but has nipped quite as short as that of a Yorkshire, his own sustenance from tho nutritious whilo tho head, taken as a whole, is of grasses given boimteously by God to his less weight than tho head of a Yorkshire. freo creatures of tho plains. He has Tho texture of both flesh and bone is never even seen a stable, much less been fine and compact, hence, though the imprisoned in a stall. He hns never seen bones aro very small, the animals never a treo oven, nor houses, nor crowds of break down. men and moving, rattling vehicles, One often hears tho remark at fairs: fences, houses all these features of "I don't see how such small bones hold civilization are strange to him. In his up such big hogs." This fineness of western home, for months at n time, ho texture gives tho very best quality has only 6een men occasionally riding of meat, both leau nnd fat being firm quietly along afar off on the vast range. and solid, not soft and flabby or lardy, Till he started south ho absolutely never like tho flesh of many other breeds. Baw such n phenomenon ns n man on Cheshires havo n larger proportion of foot in all his life! All tho men ho can lean meat than any other hogs. In this over remember were on horseback! respect they stnnd unequaled, nnd It speaks well for tho intelligence and hence are tho best to meet tho present capable docility of tho range bred horse requirements of tho butcher. Tho dethat on arrival in tho south ho permits mand now is for lean meat, not fat. himself to be unloaded from the palace Let any ono feed a Cheshire in tho same Htoek car in which ho has made his weary pen with pigs of other breeds nnd the journey of thousands of miles, nnd is Cheshire will givo the most lean meat obediently driven through crowded If fed with n smnll Yorkshire ono will streets to the livery stables, where ho is have tho two extremes of all the breeds, haltered and nt once placed in a stall, tho Cheshire giving tho most lean meat, for tho first timo in nil his experience. the Yorkshire the least. How mauy wild men from any part of At the Now York and Now Englnnd God's green earth could be shipped by fair at Albany an aged gentleman came carload lots and led into the luxury of a along nnd remarked, "This is tho best ten dollnr per day Ponce de Leon hotel breed of hogs in tho world." He then with so little trouble? stated that ho was a butcher in Albany, So much in justice nnd humanity to and that tho Cheshire was tho best hog tho high bred, branded, rnngo bred horse to cut up in tho market because it had of the west. tho most lean meat, and he added, "1 Tho exhilarating freedom of his life can tell a Cheshire as soon ns it goes has made the range bred horse full of into tho scalding vat; for it will sink pluck, spirit and nerve. His indomi- right to the bottom, and no other hog table will power is his most valued quali- will do that." I was aware of tho fact ty. Ho is nervy; till ho gets used to his that Cheshires weighed more according now and strange surroundings ho reason- to looks than other hogs, but their sinkably ought to be, and he is, n little nerv- ing in the scalding water was new to ous. Cor. Drovers' Journal. me. This must come from their larger proportions of lean meat lean being Sheep During Wurm Weather. heavier than boues or fat. The old timo practice of turning sheep Another quality, which most tieople out in small flocks to roam through would probably consider tho most imwoods nnd over commons is a thing of portant of all, is their rapid growth or tho past in our older settled states. Tito early maturity. At nine months or land has been about all fenced, and the Cheshires will outweigh on tho averlaws geuerally require each twrson to age nny other breed. Tho best weights take care of his own stock, and the con- I cnn personally vouch for aro the folsequent confined rango is naturally lowing: A pig from a litter from which of ailments and diseases that most of the pigs were shipped was fatneed to bo constantly combated by the tened. It was dressed when 8 months successful shepherd. I find that grub and 14 days old and weighed 410 pounds. in head and scald foot are the principal Forty ponnds of lard were taken from troubles that I have to contend with, es- the entrails, which are not included in pecially during wot seasons, such as wo tho 410 ponnds. A litter of seven killed have now had for nearly three years. when exactly 0 mouths and 1 day old When sheep were allowed unlimited averaged 400 pouuds. These pigs, of rango such diseases were practically un- course, were very fat, but there was a known, but I believe it was at the large amount of lean meat. Tho feeder of both quantity and quality of of Cheshires can havo lean meat only or wool, not that these diseases bring in- both lean and fat as ho may prefer. He creased fleeces, but the care and high will get tho lean meat anyway. If he keep that is necessary to secure largo wants fat ho can get it atop of the lean yields of wool and the keeping of largo by longer and better feeding. Cheshire flocks on small areas is productive of the pigs of about G months of age, dressing troubles mentioned. 200 to 250 pounds, are the best that can It pays, therefore, to bo watchful of possibly be obtained for market purposes. tho Hocks, aud nt le;ist once n month Farmers call tho Cheshires tame. At get them all up, binenr their noses with farrowing timo this tameness is very impino tar to ward off the attacks of the portant, especially if the weather is cold. gadfly, and trim their feet carefully, At such times my practice is to throw a and apply dry powdered blue vitriol blanket over tho sow, nnd ns the little where there is any indication of fellows arrivo they aro placed under tho The recommendation to put tar blaukct against tho udders of tho mother in troughs, and by feeding salt on tho In a few moments theynre dry nnd warm tar to get the sheep to tar themselves, nnd vigorously fighting with their fellows I consider very slipshod practice, as for choice of position. I never havo any many of the sheep will go without salt trouble in treating sows in this way. rathor than "take tar in their'n." If Young sows with their first litters lie as tho tarring is worth doing at all it is quietly as those that have raised pigs for worth doing right, nnd I cm say wo years. It is not necessary to take a club have not lost n single sheep from grub when one goes into tho ien to catch a in head since wo began applying tho lSremedy properly, which has been for about twelve years. l'ntntH of Interest. "Wo attend to tho salting onco a week, In Dallas and Fort Worth hog packing and if the judications are for fair establishments have leen started. Tho hours we mix two together can dispose of 1,500 hogs a weather for twenty-fou- r Hour of sulphur with day. The new south will not, apparently, about the salt, which keeps ticks away from import bacon from the north. the sheep. Ticks are unknowu among live stock has como out ioor If our sheep, and it is tho sulphur that "does the business," but if there are and vermin covered from tho winter, it wgns of rain soon at tho timo of salting is a sign that you have not half fed it, do not givo tho sulphur, ns the effect and even with the fattest pastures it will tako tho animals half tho summer might bo to stiffen the joiuta of tho if they should get very wet Imme- to catch up oven. Starve yourself if you want to economise, but never diately after eating a quantity of it. A frequent change of pasture, say shorten the rations of a poor dumb brute evory week or ten days, is conducive to that cannot help itself. Georgo E. Newell says ho knew onco a thrift, and should be regularly attended mean, stingy farmer who kept his oxen to. In connection with trimming Bheep's poor ns scarecrows and sold the hay they feet, let mo urgo upon nil who have ought to havo had to be fed to tho anisuch work to do to try the corn cobs on mals in a lumber camp in tho neighbortho floor. Wo uso the wagon shed for n hood. Ono Christmas day ho felt good, pen for the purpose, and the cobs bervo nnd thought to do nn act that would to keep the lloor dry nnd free from mud help his miserly soul along on tho road to heaven. So ho drove his two poor, also. National Stockman. hungry oxen into the barn nnd let them Exercise skill nnd judgment with have just ono grand big feed, a Christyour team when hauling a heavy load. mas dinner, off tho hay. lie undoubtiSomo drivers when taking n load to a edly felt afterward that ho had done a given point will exhaust both wind and truly virtuous action in letting the poor muscles of a team; while another, by brutes have all thoy wanted to eat for taking advantage of tho ground or by ono single day in their lives. That old giving n rest where especially needed, fellow himself ought to havo had allowed will got extraordinary service out of a to him just one sufficient meal in the year, on Christmas day. team without Injury. Exchange. WESTERN HORSE. "How Cnn Such .Smnll Hones Hold Up v Such ltlc Hob?" Likomostof tho best breeds now in fpjgy v. t8tea& cel-lul- ar un-d- or pro-dncti- ex-pen- districts that tho bulk of marketable iiork is produced. Yet even here farmers who grow jwrk should provide, so far ns jwssible, their brooding animals with something less fattening. Land that will grow corn will nlso grow good oat crops, and there is no better feed for any growing or breeding animal than ground oats. If it is too fattening tho oatmeal may bo mixed with fine wheat middlings, which aro worth half their cost after thoy go through tho pig into tho manure pile. In summer a clover pasture should lw provided in an orchard if possible, and this with fallen fruit will make a little ground oats and middlings go n long way in Kveping a herd of sows in tho best postiiblo condition for producing good breeding animals. Exclusive corn feeding is now generally conceded to bo a main cause of the prevalence of hog cholera. When for generations swino havo had no feed except com, saving on8ibly a little grass in summer, their constitutions aro gradually undermined and becoino unable to resist disease. Breeding for generations from immature sows has also done something to weaken tho constitution, though it may havo had some compensating in promoting early maturity. American Cultivator. l'ructureil Untiea In Anlrnnla. B. Root, Essex county, N. J.: Valuable horses aud cattle may havo broken bones of tho limbs set, dressed and heal with a considerable degree of success. But in consequence of tho struggles of injured animals, whenever secured by every known applianco of tho skillful surgeon, deformity from displacement is the rulo aud not tho exception. Tho fore legs of valuable horses may bo set and dressed with a fair degree of success where the proper appliances of tho veterinarian aud his skill aro secured at nn early hour after tho accident has occurred. There are stallions doing good service af ter having had a foro leg broken. Ono that has had a broken leg is a fine road horso, and threo minute horso will bo compelled to take his dust all day long unless tho driver of the broken legged stallion drives out of sight of tho slower horso. In every serious injury of animals wo commend immediate surgical advice, and if tiio caso is incurablo havo the animal put out of suffering. American Agriculturist. Alfalfa should be raised by every one for chickeus, for it is superior to other grasses for this use. Tho laying hens prefer it to cither red or whito clover, and it benefits tho fowl as no other kind of green food can. When it is cut off it grows up rapidly and becomes thicker, supplying an almost inexhaustible amount of green food fortho birds. Nothing but the purest Bctxts should be used, und good ground given to it. Light, 6andy soil is good for it, nnd it must bo protected from tho weeds when young. After it gets a good start it grows K) thickly that other plants aro crowded out of tho soil. Tho seeds should bo planted in April, and in early Juno it can bo cut oil for the chickens. It will continue to grow luxuriantly all through tho summer. Annio C. Webster in American Cultivator. Is one whlahts (tuarameed to bring ouaii-factor- y rwulu. or in cae of failure, a retutnef af plan ouin your purchase prue. On thi bottle ot Ur buv from our ads eitised druggist It is King' New Discovery for Consumption IJeit II,,,; lVetl. guaranteed to brlai; rellefin every lung or chest, The bano of extensive pig breeding in for any affection of the throat, the inriamiHatlnn this country has al ways been too largo iMc h a consumption.whooping coughof crimp,lungs , eu bronchitis, asthma, dependence on corn ns feed. Corn is etr It is pleasant and te thn taste, per. be relies! upon Trial good for fattening hogs, and it is chiefly fitly afe and tan always bottles free at A R I'ciiBy'atirui; store in com growing llnw to Make The Ijong Kami Animal Pny. "Gpd mado every beast but yon!" Mark Twain. I certainly regard tho breeding of mules as by long odds tho most surely profitable branch of stock farming at present in tho Bouth. Tho mnlo is the easiest to raise, tho hardiwt to kill and tho readiest to sell. To tho man who inust first havo the sweat on his brow before ho can cat his bread, this last quality is best of all. In all other branches of stock farming wo find periods of good values and ticriods of depression, when sales are hardly possible at all, but as long as wo havo tho negro in tho south wo must have mules and lots of thorn. Tho successful breeding of mules might profitably 1k studied a lifetime or a century. If you select this branch of stock fanning as your business in life, you must attach tho greatest importance to n right start. Therefore when you go into tho mulo business let yonr first investment of capital bo in "knowledge," and (excuso tho monotony) tho second in "knowledge," and tho third in "more knowledge." 1 should never purchase a jack less than fifteen hands high, llavo no juggling with such blanketed phrases as "jack measure, "tape measure, "hip measuro," nnd lots of others that secure tho dncats of tho deceivablo, but fifteen hands high at tho withers under the standard. The Maltese jack has tho best speed, action and spirit of all, and has tho fashionable color, but is too small. Tho Mammoth has tho size and color, but is too slow and nctionless. Wo believe tho best jacks to bo tho Catalonian jacks of Spain and tho Poitou jacks of Franco, They havo lwn bred for black color, good action and sound feet. Tho size of tho foal is generally most influenced by tho male. The shape of tho foal is generally mast influenced by tho female. Therefore if wo aro purchasing mares nnd cnu select the types wo desire let us keep in mind tho typo of mulo we desire to raise. So let us first look for our type. If we tako almost an- ten successful southern farmers into a mule ien nine of them at least will hunt around till they find a mulo alont fifteon hands high, with heavy lody, straight back, straight belly, short foreleg, eseciiUly below tho knee in other words, a "pony built" mule. Then wo may take this as tho desirable typo of mule in tho south, for wo are raising mules to sell and not for jiark ornaments. Then let us select this type of mare, and let us get her from among tho grade draft breeds. Jay Essoin in Southern Live Stock Journal. Toll - SsnUirrr It snowed threo days of Inst week, against the estate of but Monday nnd Tuesday mornings of All persm having claimwill present them to me the Lite 1) I.. Stephenson capped the climax. this week itt once properly verified. Thou Indebted to the Mrs. J. C. Collingsworth has return- above estate Apl also call nnd settle I.YNN, Admr 6. Stansord, J. K ed from Dauviilo much improved after a courso of trentment for cancer. James Cloyd, colored, was arrested last week for pulling a pistol on Sam desire to sell my (arm ol about i.V acre, situSpeiirs, nlso colored, ami held over for ated alxHit tv, unlet north of Manlnrd on tht There Hush llranch pie, opposite trial nt circuit court nnd in default of are about so acre In wheat the old church balance and rye: the tt'Msd dwelling of the farm well net In timothy bail was sent to jnil nt Liberty. ol four room and kltrhen and a splendid new J. II. Bice is running the Btage from barn; U well watered and fenced Viisn can immediattly. Kor hereto McKinney. He is running it he given Stanford, cr write particulars, so J. 1. Itaitcy, the nndersieixd at K Wlllir.KS. Cincinnati, Ohio. something after tho fashion of the 0. trip as railroad a kind of G. HMTiiii'MTaBiaiBTaa'ktLBi ia 'in it were. Ho mnkes a trip ono week nml B tries to make one tho next. McClellan Wheat, our deputy I officer riizlit. An order of de aaataan u livery for a spinning wheel was placed in his hands some time since nnd ho went immediately for that wheel Finding it, he took it upon his shoulder, JO p""" trudged two miles over a mountain road nnd delivered it to tho owner w ith n smile that would have turned sweet milk to "Blue John," in less time than it takes to tell it. There is no ono hankering after legla islative honors in this county. I believe 1 lt9 is Casey's t lint it is conceded that it time this time, ns Uussell was nllowed n to send the high nnd mighty John L. jsr0 Phelps to tho con. con. without opposi Hon. The republicans havo been hav- K.--er E 2 ing their own way in this matter for. iipa!: V some years, but it is protty evident that i the democrats aro going to tako a hand j JjP; tal;S,3b -- 5" g Sli iu it this time. 3 rF- - Farm .For Sale. FOBSAlEI Lot on Main Street in Stanford ContalMiiK I 1 i to acres, ermseasr. T K WALTON, Sunfo rd. Ilt. I.. IS. COOK, SURGEON, PHYSICIAN AND STANFORD. KY. Reslden. e, Olliceovrr Mtltcberls' DniR More James II Owens property at the junction ot llus i..Hlm tunvillc ami Daiisille nikv. (JiA. slier-iir.isn- n I i VSx IV & X , Mrt llaiuiah Pair Ward sslslws to sell her js jf Property al lUcIviiincy, Where the t"t-llie- e hasten lept until recently Drlhti and storehotie In kkxI repair lo j- -1 1 FOE HESTT. Having; leasetl th my NKU K It has ten latKe ltti place in the i.inty t the i xinliiK seusou Call on ur address A T 77 tf l hl'lll I now offer for rent the very best Stalls and is r a Ja.s. and llore stand f t A large cistern at the doer Men-le- e n I anmtcr treet Stable, Nt'NNI.I.I.KV, Slanf rd S?5 3S.J gk52.f.80''3l? " ;-r- ?!!! M HEW SAW 1 1 MTT.T.. fW If? x A "V. I?; ! OBITUARY. Died, at her homo in McKinney, ' invert uoocn, ngetn April od, imi, 7 years', 7 months nnd :i davs. She was buried m tho Keyuohls cemetery near ' town, at ; o'clock, on the following day. i The bereaved family beg to ret urn j n hi mi jj5S s a. a- ftS'Ji - Hmt U nassaa I have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somer set pike, 7 miles Irom Sianluid and ait prepared 0 furnish auykird ol I I MIIV.lt. SlUNt.I KS I will sell the luir A. ,al I.OWKM PklCi.s berat the mill or delis cr. In suit pur. baser t.lve M AYU OOD, K V mea trial Postolh. e, lll deliver sawrd chestnut sUmiikC at Stan f..iil cr It o land at 1 '. per.M vs ii iwsa sj 17 al H5 Sisvaisj-tainKB.'untr-aT- r-- ?S 7 So 1 2 (Oil! H S'.ntaia.i ua.au THE SHELT0N HOUSE, J. II &: Rowland, H m OUKEIl. Proprietor, - - Kentucky. 94-i- their heartfelt thanks to the many friends and neighbors for the many kind news shown iu this their dark hour of sor-- ( rOW. . Open day and inn lit in connection rirsl ilass accommodatiois at reasonable rale u Sample rtsim and guod livery I H. AND IJOVLV UOOC'II. Tiiit's Fills Malaria, Dumb Chills, Fever and Ague, Wind Colic, Bilious Attacks. sold i:isit whkui:. - czy cash: Paid For Hides and Fur, AT The bct ale In the world for cult, brutira, orei, uken. salt rheum, fever sorct, tetter, champed hands, chilblain, corn and all skin erup tlons and potititely cure pile, or uo pay rcquir tufaui' c, ed. It is guaranteed to cive perfect Price as cents per bos. or money refunded Ky. Kor sale by A K 1'tnnv, SUnlord, Bucklen's Arnica Salve Al. ' iyr K ELK IN fcCOS, Stanford, Ky. I A Solo Investment Tiles' proilnce regular, nnltirul ovwe-I- I minus. iiscr a;rlie or liiterl ore svllli slnllv business. An is fuuillj iiirillrliic. Hies' slum 111 bo lis siscry liuuoetiolil. lTKKiJ-!M'..'t7':i- PUBLIC SAIiE. ill sell la the highest bidder on murt ud caehen aif-W- tmv Morlt Wins. Wedcaireto say to our citlieiic that for years w for luebnlliBi; l)r KIhi's New nn imm-len'i.ue Consumption, lir King s Arnica Salve ad Klectric Hitters, ami haw neser handled remedies that ell as well or the Ue do have given uih universal satisfaction. not hesitate to guarentee them every time and we aland ready to refund the purchase prue if satis- is To Cji p.. '.'A. . ft r- & wkh Msl-... ,j? .Jr 7. 'Vr & - jr " Av Itloutfny, April 13, 1891. .County costit Hav s Sunlocd, Ky m fr. nt ol the , my h use in Farm of I'lve mil Terms mate Ur address 151 Acroa, K't 4 fron Stsrf. rit.ut the Walnut ' ' licrj i.n'inv ti) Vnn l.'" reihtttnnlsale ' n Oav "t Mlts ANM1 ' I.asles Stinf'ird. M I tky part u ASl V s afe SW&S 2 lN. factory result do not follow their uso remedies base won their great popularity A. R Penny, llrutgist in their merits m 1 hes purely Mrs. Fipg Tommy, Tommy ! That is no way for vou to talk. Kven if your little playmate is wrong in what he says, you should not call him a liar. Tommy Why not, ma? I can lick him easy enough, an' ho knows it. The Cincinnati, Hamilton .V Dayton R R is the only line running Tollman's Perfected Safety Vestibuled Trains, with Chair. Parlor. Slet ping nnd Dining Car service between Cincinnati, and Chicago and is the only line run iing through Reclining Chair Cars between Keokuk and Springfield, III. and Sleeping Csr Cincinnati to Mackinaw, and the Iletween Cincinnati, Dayton Lima, Tgledo, Detroit, the Lake Region and Canada. lhe road l ne of the oldest in the State ol Ohioand the only line entering Cincinnati over miles ol double track, and from it past record cart more than assure its patron apeed, cosntort and Uull.i t'f wlis . VKM I ' I'rle1,' I i" .. ? . rif. - KKSf' ;.r.r,iin .: ass?-- H'.U I -" swVO , Tho Klnost on Earth. 09 eg aafJPkkw lrBBrV or3 K. II. IMRMEK, . Only Dlroct Lino Sr a SA.A on .5.0 a a - K. M raraaar M 2 f2 F'x TOiVSOlllAL ARTIST, STAM-tJIH)- KKNIL'CKV, Krds- ?"5',-,-3 "f'tv m? a . s ?2l-- 2 o.nO- - lias a firit class Uarber Shop on Main street, opo its I'uttiuati llou.r, and Invites a share of your jalronae Prompt attention tooutslde ca Is and spc lai allrntiin to ladies and childrer Work ,e In the latest sttlrvtith neatness and dis -t c! -- patch SS 6m Inketson sale everywhere, readC.H & D , either in or Indianapolis or Toledo. General Passenger and sec that they out of Cincinnati, nd Ticket Agent. srsr IT K. O McCORMICK, As a rule, tho young husband is willing to joiu his wife's church, hut it is his prh Hi-g- to (ix tho political status of the 25 5- 'iiu" 3 3 fvBBBBBaKr AIVTER' P riilSt n sA G y MAGIC aore-ne&- s. family. Acton a new principle regulating the liver stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new discovery Dr. Mile" P!U pcedily cure liilicu ness, bad taste, torpid liver, pilos, constipatuti Smallest I'nwiualed for men, women, children mildest, surest, jo doe aj cents. Sample frte at A. H Mtloa' Nervo and Llvor Pills Penny', Stanford - one-eight- h I)r Itrown 8(;tiard' of youth may be nn tniii il tovi-ry- . "in evory oio itnorrs MUen' N v Ilort Curu cer tli.il Dr Frniklln tnlidyu. II ti.ihk'Uen t u mil's uffltcted with serums heart iltsivw u N w Lonso of Llfo. Drut'gtstn who cm uu.c.v as ilucis .. iu:i y ciisto'm-rmuryivliere 11W..U very highly of It. Mr. Jxini Viuur of Kinuhtil:n, Ind.Huys' "I lmu siLtl niueli of Dr MlloV Nnw furu nml hnvo rci't vod inaii) cootl rvporui." O Monro'', sales. "And of Dunkirk. N. Y.. report'' th U't i nrt nf il ! every bottlo ha jrlv.in " Sold and gu tr.tnluud by A. It. Penny, Stanford, Ky A valtiitttii! iilHcovcry. ent business conducted for Moderate Feel. Our Office Is Opposite U.S. Patent Office, and wo ran eerurc patent In 1cm time than lboe Cavcata, and Trado Marks obtained, nnd all Pat- mm Opposite Patent Office, Washington, D.C. 3 i CHOLERA CURE! s "" -- F remote from Washington. Send model, dravtliiK or photo., with description. Weatltlae, If patentable or not, freo of charpo. Onr fee not duo till patent la accuif tl. A Pamphlet, "How to Obtain Patenta," with names ofnctaal clients In yuur State, county, or town, sent free, Aildrcsa, l'J C.'A.SNOW&CO. (frflL ,. BfsTfcMaMJsyBMaWsf- - t aui-ma- ls Plant Alfuiru for the l'utili. Il a il. Iim -,ii tho l'lltouigNev.n. Dr.IuFrank nervtin Mll. the well I. mum i hprcn ous tlisi us' k is to the nervous aystein ami tiervu tho lluid. Anion'- -' his iiuiiihwhs d.scovorie Itoslorutivu Nersino i undoubtedly oue of tho greutest It is unsurp.iHueil In nervousness, dyspepsia, tie.idachu, upilopsy, ne'iralgla, batit hicepleiwiioss. eluinguol iicliv, i etc. t'rtt tru-- VoVl't of i inuy be had or A. It l'uiinv, OrucyM. A. I should rend Ills "'Srui oivJ Cie A flic fil." a very ab.f, inMartini terest t)v ami linely illustrated book. Free to electricity. 'What It. tlruat Mlncovcrcrn. unieioilKiulnpliononnd lt l i. n, SCOTT'S CURES per day by its CONSUMPTION SCROFULA BRONCHITIS COUCHS COLDS Wasting DiceaEcs alL Mr. Jesso Dunn writes a follow: "I have uit d Quinn Ointment for the last twelve months ou UorouKhnin, windpnffi, curba and splints, t has never failed. Horsemen should not, be without Ointment was it.1' It would seem as if Quinn' an investment. A Danvlllo Vordlct. Wonderful Flesh Producer. Mnny Itfivo gfiined ono jiound Scott'u Emulsion is not a socrofc remedy. It contnins tho stimulat ing properties of tho Hypopliofj-phite- s anil puro Norwegian CoU tiivor Oil, tho potoucy of boUi being largely increasotl. It is usrAl by rhywcinna all over tho world U30. Thousands of dollnrs worth of chickens nro destroyed, by Cholera every year. It is moro fatal to them than all other dLseaen combined, lint tho tltHcovery of a liijuid remedy that tktroy.s tlio MirrobeH has been made. Half of the. young chickens aro killed by Microbes before they aro fryers. A bottle is enough for 100 chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using two thirds of a bottle, you aro not satisfied with it as a euro for Cholera, return it to tho druggist from whom you purchased it, and ho will refuntl your money. XMt-Itre- ly JiO-cc- lfor laleby W II l iberts, dru?t;ist Stan-lor- When When When When Baby was atclt, wo eao her Costorla. sho was a Child, elio cried for Castorla. aha became Miss, she clung to Castorla. the bad Children, sue save them Castorla. FOI . -- m nm mm TT Vnr ft V t1 so a . . -- PALATABLE AS MILK Sold bij all DruriiiMa. f SCOTT &. DOWNE, Chomlsts, N.Y. liMseCPIClVEOlCALCO., TvawsAai Aa lThAi staa t Al J - ' ;." jw.6.,a via or aounr. kssisi. si. a.iiiiuiiraiir uni.r.. ll.w l. r.l.r.. ibisUlfIr naillf.j II04B TllLilHK.1T-H,s.- ei. 1,14,,, Kratsst'.ff rrn.vlOaslrssaursrlfaratrl.s. rfrtltcbrm. Dtftrlptlt. f.s. eiiilsasllda sn ir.rs Bill 'w.MltrM. ""'"' jr ,7 X V ' BUFfa. O.W.ri r ,xaasicji-'ii-.ii- i ii..i't'K In ' i. j;....J..- - Sis- - Sjtwjn