You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891041701 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. !r Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. APRIL 17. 1891. f 4 NO. 13 dress goods. gether mistaken idea that black makes If you havo exhausted your supply of look old, there is nutli-jinh younn person which brings out a beautiful com- money on laces, China silks, etc., just plexion like a black continue. I believe geione in ine cuie nine dime savings the prettiest girl I ver saw was dressed luniks niiil save it about eight times full untiroly iu black and her fair face resem- and the dress is yours. The capacity of' bled a beautiful star net in a midnight these banks is , so you see the grena-- J sky. Tho children imvo worn black dines cult be gotten up for about oigbt tlnco last summer and it is enough to tiiiiefl live. don't know that this would mnkennenslblu person feel like shaking be such ii sure way to reach tho goal, eitheir mothers; why not robe them in ther, for who ever saw a woman who! raiment its wbitoitH their own puro lit- could save money'' They will put away tle souls? Of all thing, give mo a baby all their spare nickels, diiiica and quarters fur probably a week, then the iu white. June is here almost, beautiful June; tirtit time they need a little spare change, when thesky bendH to kiss tho sen urn! away goes the week's savings and if they the wind makea love all ifuy to ilowers. are fortunate enough to have a nice husIf records were kept of the courtships band, the empty b.iuk is brought out ooch month I venture to say Juno would when ho comes home, the pitiful story bu,id the list throe to one. there hmoine is poured into his ears ami hubby pats "Thing in tho atmosphere that turns witle on the head and calls her h good one's thoughts to tho ideal Somehow little girl, while two slim lingers nlle the moonlight is more silvery, tho stars his vest pocket and the defaulting bank I say this worn nearer tho earth than at any other isublo to meet its dividends is a woman's way of saving money, for time of the year. I.nst summer when the jaunty lilt!" women are very much the same the binders were in'roduced many predicted worldovernnd I know that is the expeMavmk. their reign would be short; 'twas agreed rience of that so outrageous a style would be FARM AND TRAOE ITCMS. frowned down. The prophecv prmed O. .1. Crow sold to Win. Moreland a something like the weather pnnlictions, Iot ot hotelier stutrataj cts. miilU'u it to say they held their own tin-- ' W. M. Muiphy sold to J. S. Owsley, til the early frosts drove the girls to but j)7fltiniiiiil iMttli. ,it '171 lost their chief nttrne Sr. ton up, then they mniiy, ttto great race horse, is saitl tion, numely the display of shirt front and natty cravat. Hut summer as her lo ,IU permanently broken down, -"- I'l'iice Hubble sold to Johnson, of hnnds full of them and tho girls are n".vll?. "f feeders at JJ cts. looking forward with delight when last ' "awwm sold 100 liuiilw and darllii!? imii In. iWhml frutu th ' years bottom of an old trunk in the attic and the wool from their mothers to Daniel worn with thuhensiktion of one who liss SUtgg for fiOO. There are lS,f00 stands of bees kept fought n battle and come oil' triumph-Mitiu Ventura county, California, and the The opinion of men regarding these comfortable little articles aro va- yearly output of honey is worth $35,000. A of fancy 1,750 pound Herried; some think them abominable, eford stoars sold iu Chicago at $d.''0 last while others think them luloruble think it depends on the woman who,w,,k- Another lot of 1,(HS brought wears them. A Meshy woman is terri-- l ,5,''--l Vallum, Scroggnn Hros. owner, won bio in one. I was much amnso.1 at Derby at Memphis, I heard last summer be- the Tennessee conversation tween n shop girl and n customer. Said miles, iu 2 minutes. Tho raco was worth customer woighed not less than 170 lbs. J3.000. A. T. Ntinuelley has sold tho seaand was fully 35. The two women must sons of his two fine brood marcs to J. 1. h.iNo been acquaintances for the girl adCrow-fo$125 and $150. Both aro near dressed the woman as follows: "Why do relatives of Sallio Vagan, U:2S. 5'ou not wear a yacht hat withyourhhirt About 10,000 head of distillery-feand binor' It would look so much more appropriate than the one you have enttlo in Canada have been purchased by on." "Oh," said the tleshy woman, Chicago parties at5J tooj cts. They will "Jack does not approve of them, they bo forwarded to Kuropean markets. Tho Winchester Sun says that Sgood look too uianish." "Hut," returned the girl, "they look no more so than the mare mules sold at Hayden's sale at jack for $1,0:50, a coat." "No," rt'plicd tile woman, "but 117.50, a you see Jack did not like any of it at jennet for SM.'i and corn in crib $3.'2a. John K. Cientry.ofSedalia, Mo., sold tirst, but I have convinced him of bis to I). A. Hancock, of Saline count', Mo., injustice so far and I'll get the hat soon. You sou it does not prove good policy to the llnejack, Kentucky Prince, for the highest price ever received for a spring too much on a man at once," and she walked oil' to select a band for the jack fn the State. The cattle market in Kansas City boy lint she intended to "spring on Jack reached tho highest point March 28, soon." Thcro aro two reports out concerning since tho winter of '82 and 'S.t. A lot of Mary Anderson Navarro, "Our .Mary." II) Southern steers averaging l.IttH) lbs., One is that alio has turned her back on were sold at $0 03. The Lexington races commence Aid. the stagu forever, even to the exclusion 2Sth and last till May 11th; 12 days, with "of witnessing a performance. Sho "con siders the stage entirely antagonistic to 5 grand races each day and an uniisal inreligion and regrets that she ever follow teresting meeting is promised. See nolowed it as a profession." She ought to tice in another column. J. P. Crow, owner of Belmont Chief rejoice that she was ever on tho stage, to convince the world that any pro- M5S0, booked 17 mares county court day, just fession or sphere iu life may bo glorified while Mr. I). M. Bowman, Jr., contractor elevated by tho woman or man who ed for S to bo bred to his splendid Bed follows it. Mary Anderson was an lwn-o- r Wilkes stallion, Belleviow Wilkes. Tho demand for Cattle in Cincinnati to tho stage and her name will gild its last drama is played, tho is light, with best shippers at 5 lo 5; pages until tho to 5.:J5; stockers a to 4 J; rortiiin rmiL-- down on the last Fcone. No ,,e8t hutchers matter how prouo a man is may bo to j ho flro active, with tops at 5.40; sheep sneer at an actress, just mention Mary nre '" demand at 5 to J; spring lambs Anderson's name and watch how quick- at 7 to 11. W. B. Kidd bought of G. W. Bash ly tho Biieer vanishes. I remember a little story concerning this fair woman of Bourbon, SO cattle to bo delivered which impressed mo very much. It was next Kail at 4?. W. H Bush bought in when Miss Anderson made her debut Montgomery county about .'500 hogs, avhero. Somo people wore visiting tho eraging 2('0 pounds, at 4J. Hemp is Cathedral ono day and there they found selling at $4.25 per cwt. Corn is worth tho young nctress, kneeling at tho in Winchester$.5.o0 per barrel. Demo- altar with folded hands and bowed head, while her sweet voice plead to our FathDEATHSro7N(Fs7 er for His blesolng on her carcernnd His Kev. T. J". Oiodbey informs us of the loving guidance o'er tho difficult path had chosen to follow. How seldom death of his wife's sister, Mrs. J. M. Cox, sho ono sei'P a woman so beautiful, gifted of Casey county, aged 54. Sho had been and bowed down to by the world nsgood iu poor health for some years and her as sho was! A later report says sho is death was not unexpected. Sho sutler-e- d from a complication of diseases, but making arrangements for an American win back bohio of Papa Navar- that which terminated her life was most tour to ro's lost fortune. No ono cau tell which likely consumption. Sho had been n member of the Methodist church from etory to believe, Patent leather shoes, with undressed lier 'outh aml calmly aud hopefully kid and cloth uppers, aro iu the Bwim at "waited her summons. A woman of fine present, and tho girl with a long bank mind and great energy, sho was a very account can bo very swolP.with u pair to successful pension agent and ninny old her a debt of gratitude. match each suit, but those with limited 8oldier3 incomes can look just as stylish with ono There is distressing destitution in pair with black uppors, which will look any drees. Never wear Lowis count'. Tho epidemic of grip in siiltablo with nnvthiuK hut tho patent Heather vampa ' the southern part of tho county has pros- with u handsome diess. They are also trated nearly every inhabitant. 11 g 1 -' (S 1 very popular among this gentlemun; for LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Interesting Fashion Gossip for the Fair. wuuk they iiro not only moru fitnliioniihlu tliiui Lousui.i.k. April 15 Tim pimt Your correspondent having been of golden BtiiiNliinoniiii Southern winds thupl.iiu kill, lint have nu immense confined to bis bed for several days bus npi-n-t with tliu hoot-stor- o not brinKM thoiiiclitH of tho delicious ilny in j,u,l0,,l,lf li"' been able to gather any news iteniB blncki. when winter and winter liabill-- 1 for this issue of the I.srKitioit. Ho hopes ' ' w, c'v'ry woman could flee n dress to bu im-ntwill bo forgotten in luxury of tho out soon and if he can find no news ' " l,nrft,, in " of t'10 faliionlIu shops to report, will "saw wood'' or go fishairy gauze of anmincr. Ono iiiiihI be n woman to underhand tliu delight of m- m- " Fo,lrtl', "venue. It is of black ilk ing. .iiiftho arms and throat gleam through Brcnndim-- (strewn with miiiuII twirlct The beautiful weather has enabled of long ntr- th llitirinl rn1iiinf Mull, lace and ti- - crescents and a the farmers to get iu their woik amUthe let Vandykes. The black grenadine are hue. Ulack in and lias been very popuresult is the town is not crowded with ombioidered with oveiy variety of collar for some time and is worn morn by men from tho countrv. U is doubtful young women than obi ones. It is alto- ors and aro tho most beautiful of allsum-mo- r whether tho spread-eagloratory of a foot-border e n 0YA l t ROYAL HTEHS KOTJSE, P. W OUBEN, Proprietor. U n ISVM J W I -- ?r r POWDER i M.in.Iard. Hotel have recently public First-Clas- s and intend it at its present hi?h Special atte a m Kiven to tho trmellns ihargeoi this n Sample Room In connection Alio Pool and Billiard Parlors. 73 'I ' 'd country cross roads statesman would tempt a farmer to quit his plow at this season of tho year, to hear about how the countr- should be managwl. The Presbytery of Transylvania, in connection with tho (ieneral Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, U. S., convened iu tho Presbyterian church at this place on Tuesday evening. April 1 1, and was opened with a sermon by Dr. of Middlesboro. Dr. Waller, of Lebanon, was elected moderator aud Killer Alcorn, of (ireensburg, temporary clerk. Tho sessions were continued on Wednesday and Thursday, during which time considerable business was transacted. Oreensburg was chosen as the place of meeting iu September. Dr. James Lapsley and Klder Alcorn, of Greens-burwero elected as commissioner to the General Assembly at Detroit, Mich. A resolution was adopted disapproving of the teachings of Dr Briggs, of Union Theological Seminary. Five young theological students wero received under the care of the having passed a very creditable examination. Drs. W. C. Young, Jobn L. McKee, James Lnpsley, J. O. Heed and others aro iu attendance. Kev J II, Tercy having re ceived a call from the Lancaster church, was duly ordained and installed as pastor of the same by the Presbytery on Wednesday evening, the sermon being delivered by Dr. McKee, Drs. Lapsley, Dawson and the moderator participating in the exercises Ma-lone, Pn-byte- Farmers Bank& Trust Co. OF STANrOUI). KY., Is now fully organized and ready (or business with GEORGE W. TRIBBLE. Another of Lincoln's Worthy Octogenarians. crom of tartar taking powder The subject of this sketch is one of allA In leavening Hrengtli -- Lateat V Highest of S lr Lincoln county's oldest and best known ment Food Report citizens. He was born iu Madison conn- C. ty on January 1st, ISO), which makes him past Ml. He was a son of Peter, Ma Candidate for Auditor of the State ot iiitiicct to the will of the Democratic party. the son of Andrew Tribble, both of whom wero noted Baptist preachers. A. S. ft His mother was .Mary Boone, daughter 'SUTaa. SURGEOy DENTIST. of George Boone, a brother of Daniel Office .on Mnin street, over W. I!. McRoberts' Boone, the noted pioneer. Drug Store, Stanford. Was married to Miss Patsy Kfnbry, daughter of Joel and Mary Ann Kmbry, on the L'nil, of Sept. IS'JS, and eight chil-dre- n Absolutely Puro Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - - - $200,000. 15,000. KICIIAIIX) WARREN PRICE, Ken-uclt- y, r. W3SXX HOHX3KTG ry, CHURCH AFFAIRS." t. cur-kw- d 1 - i 1 r d fl,-IKX- ), 1 I Kev. W. P. Harvey will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday. ltttv. W. Y. Sheppard will preach nt the Odd Fellows Hall at 4 o'clock this r. M. Kev. 15. W. Withers will preach at the Sunday, at : r. m. invited. The Kentucky Holiness Absociation will hold its next session at Groensburg, April inclusive. T. J. Godbey expects to fill his regu lar appointment at McKendree next Sunday morning and night. The Methodist ministers at Cincinnati have resolved to open n crusade against Sunday baseball playing. Lee Ford, of Mercer, lost both eyes Lot on Main Street in Stanford Bishop Giluiour, of tho Northern by the premature explosion of a blast. Ohio Catholic diocese, died in Florida, Containing; ito acres. where ho had gone for hi- health. erms easy. T R. WALTON, Stanford. Report of Resources & Liabilities Key. Sam Small is in trouble at Of TUB Utah. He is the head of a college I.. IS. COOK, there and one of the trustees, Kev. Hill, CITY PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, charges that he is an embezzler, or rathApril to, i8yi, estimating Turnpike and other STANFORD. KY. er that ho has failed to account for cerStocks at Par Value. Oflice over Mi. Roberts Drugstore tain moneys, after being repeatedly noResidence, RESOURCF.S James Ii Owens' property at the junction ot tified to do so. Small denies the 16 shares Stanford & Lancaster pike .. ..$ Sco co and Dantille pikes and savs that Hill is au ene- s shares Stanford & HustonMllopike 500 00 6 shares lanford A: Milledgoille pike . 33000 my bent on ruining him. .V 600 00 is Sunday was a great day with the m shares StanlordHall Halls Gap pike Compin shires Town 1,00000 Methodists. Their Sunday-schoo- l was 61, shares Stanlord & Logan's Creek pike 35a 00 Cures cuti, brimes, old sores, skin diseases, larger than evor in tho history of tho Uncollected faxes for iSv 653 00 corns, bunions, piles, fistula, scratches, halter burns, deu poison ami bruues Wherever it has Cash on hand 460 $3 church. There were two additions to been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and its propensity for removing soreness is remarkathe church at the morning service and $4,763 S3 ble. Numerous totiiuoiiials will be secured and will appear this space at u liter date. Made at night 75 were taken into full connecLIABILITIES.- and sold by . $ 500 co tion at the service. All. together llonded indebtedness J. I) IIKir.INS.JStanford.Ky. Hastnir removed my Harber Shop to the Com 100 en mercial Hotel, I am prbpared to accommodate la; there wero 105 conversions, the result llalance City Hall Note dies as well as gentlemen in anything they may oo Unpaid salaries, estimated 150 of Kev. II. O.Morrison's meeting. wish in my line. Lutldrr-1- ulso waited on. Call SALE 3,113 53 Resources abose liabilities JESSE THOMPSON, onuie. New Kra. InCommcrcial Hotel. Three now churches were dedicated $4.73 M The Very Desirable Residence in Louisville Sunday. One was the Amount of the receiptsaud ditltursenients of the city ot Stanford from April 1, 'oa, And on Danville street The house is splendid edifice of the First Presbyterian in good repair and contains 5 rooms. The )Jrd is to April 10, ilot: church on Fourth avenue, the Kev. Dr. Amount on hand April 1, 1890 f 1,179 75 large and beautilul and altogether MACIC Hoge, of Virginia, preaching tho ser- Amount of tascs, flues, licence, &c,toioi 2,13s 54 Tho Pluco is ono of tho Most Demon. Dr. I logo also dedicated a PresCHICKEN lightful in Town. Sl.on 54 byterian church for tliu Crescent Hill Will sell or rent on easv terms. Disponed of follow s: congregation. The third, a Methodist Paid Itouds MlbS MA'RV E. VARNON, CHOLERA CURE! ...l.jso co Stnnlord, Ky. .'... Si 33 house of worship at Clifton, was opened Paid Interest Paid salaries to (suucilmen, atby Bishop llendrix. Conrt-Hnus- e. 17-- 10 blessed their union. All are dead I am IMKK.TOKS. Lore wells and except Peter Tribble, of Hopkinsville; work inwell preparej to and promptly will do the a Kood manner J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; Mrs. Kuth B. Hopkins, of Pembroke; J. M Hail, Stanford; At One Dollar a Foot. Mr G. W Tribble. Jr., of Springfield,! Call on or address me at Stanlord, Kentucky. J. S. Ows'sy, Stanford ; , S J. Embry, Stanford ; Mo ; anil AlexanderTnbble, of Middles-bo- . L. T. SMITft. 31 t J K. L)nn, Stanford; wife died Nov. 3, ISIS. He His Carpenter, Millcdgeville; A. then moved to Li neon county and mar- R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. J. K. !!aug;hman, Hustonville; ried on Aug. l'J, ISol, Mrs. Lucinda J F. Cash, Stanford; DENTIST. William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. Smith, widow of John Smith and daughS. II. Shanks, President Office on Main streit, oppoMte Portman ter of Mary and Fielding Konley. ouse, upstairs J. I!. Owsley, Cashier He has devoted most of his life to extracting. Nitrous Otide Oas gien for pain less W. M Hnght, Ttl'er STANFORD. KENTUCKY. farming, being at one time the largest1 J H Ilaujjh man, General Hook. Keeper hog raiser that Lincoln county ever had. He retired from active lifo in lh70 and is HOUSE, now living on a nice little farm on the P. B. RILEY, Proprlotor, Danvillo pike where he spends his de- London, - - - Kentucky. clining years in peace anil contentment I hive moved to my new Hotel and am better ' with n young and attentive wife to min- prepared than eer to accommodate the public. Good Lurry attached and every convenience desired. Give me a call. ister to bis every want. FRANK RILEY. 77 One of the original democrats, ho is ,1 always found at the polls to vote for his 1 DR. W. party's nominee. He is a great admirer of Cleveland and ho)i's to live to vote for him again for president. He joined Oflice Mam strpet, the Christian church in Christian coun- vacated South side r' Huffman, in ofiice recently by Dr. 1. Stanford, Ky. ty in 1M0 and has reniiinod firm in the faith ever since, being at present a memI. 51. KRUCE, ber of tho church here. Mr. Tribble is AND a splendid old Kentucky gentleman and E. H. STrtSLE, his house has always been noted for its STANFORD, KY. ARTIST, unobtrusive hospitality. But few men STANFORD, KENTUCKY, SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL Parber Shop on Main street, op--) Has n are permitted to remain so long on earth travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. posite Portman Ilonxr, and invites a share of your and still few deserve so well as he to do Only horsesnnd vrhicles used in liserv patronage Prompt attention to outside calls and pecial nttcnti n to ladies and childrer. Work so. May he long be spared to bis famidono In the latest st) le with neatness and dis patch. ly who hold him in such tender love. Vv SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, (Now cUwmE "P) with the same a3ets and under the vime management. I'y proNisions of its chatter, depositors are at fully pruiet.ted as ate depositors in National Hanks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of their stocic therein at the par value thereof, in additirn to th? amount invented in such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Sic, as fully as an individual To those who entrusted their liuisiness to us while mna;;iii the Lincoln National Dank of Stanford, e we here tender our manv thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience in banking and as liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking THE RILEY K PENNY, Dentist. I Pi & , Mil first-cla- Wi Jill ! FARMER, I lWSOUIAL first-clas- s ss I I I FOB SAXEI 1 SS-6- - Og-de- u, OF STANFORD DR. Hus-tonsi- lle loo-o- H!B' BJUi U 111 oe-- ir Hop-kinsvill- o FOR OR RENT. G ANTER' s 9-- tt " torney, treas. ,V police judge 970 33 ao; 2$ Pupils of Common Schools. llorlii welt in Maxville Teachers and I' ire Dep't, ladders aud buckets 43 77 I am notified by tho State Superinten.... . Gasoline (50 45 dent that tho First examination of can- General expenses ... 4 j didates for graduation i:i tho common Balance on hniul W HADEN City Clerk schools, will be held at taeh county seat J on tho first Friday the first day of May, next month. The second examination for same purpose will be held on the last Friday, the 20th of Juno. Fair opportunity for securing a certificate of graduation is thus presented to every puTUE CHEAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY F0H pil who Bhnll have completed tho presJIIIMMM fe ent school year, the course of study prescribed for tho common schools. An elTo FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, ... KY. 9-- '' Capital Stock i4,,ii!i Surplus $200,000 16,500 ID 0e SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, egant diploma prepared by the State perintendent will bo given to each sucSORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, 4c. cessful applicant, signed by county suPRICE 50 CENTS. perintendent, county board of examinstamps for freo saniplo Send three ers, chairman of board of trustees and bos anil bobk. The Directory of this Bank is compoicd ot teacher, and approved by State SuperinT. T. Foster, of Stanford; Forcstus Reid, Liucoln oounty ; tendent with his seal. Teachers who J W. Hayden, Stanford, S H. llauchinan, Lincoln; completing common school huve pupils M. I. Miller, Sit Vernon; course will please notify mo at Stanford S T Harris Lincoln: J. S. Hocker Stanford; by April 25th for May examination. ABSOLUTELY PURE, O A. Larkey, Lincoln; W. F. McClaky, Supt, T P Hill. Stanford; April 1 1, '91. FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATHJ tt (i Welch, Stanford. W I Tate, Stanford. AND NURSERY PURPOSES. M v"" Count Lowinhaupt, who mnrried OFFICERS: 1 CO., Bayard's daughter a few days TAIt-OIChicago, t J. S. Hocker, President; Cashier; John J. McRoberts, npo, died suddenly of typhoid fever nfter A. A. McKiuney, Assistant Cashier For sale by A. R. Penny aud M. L. liourne, ' tanford. being sick but IS hours. Sutwo-ce- I Attention of the public is invited to the fact that this is tho only National Hank in Stanford I nder the provisions of the National Hank Act, depositors ate secured not only by the capital liability fur iin stock, but bv the stockholders amount equal to the stock, so that dipositors of are secured by a fund of $400,000. this intitution Five sworn statements of tbecondition of the bank are made each year to the United States government and its assets are examined at stated tunes by government agents, thus securing addititontl and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1858, then zed as the National Hank ol Stanford in lSejaud as the First National Rank of again Mantoru in iNJj,.1i:u had practically an uninterrupted existence of 11 years it is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business promptly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic-te- d. tarWsoap D Thousands of dollars worth of chickens nro destroyed by Cholera every year. It id inoro fatal to them than all other diseases combined. But thy if discovery of .1 liquid remedy that destroys tho Microbes has been made. Half of tho young chickens aro killed by Microbes before they nro bottle is enough for fryers. X 100 chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using two thirds of a bottle, yon aro not satisfied with it as a euro for Cholera, return it to tho druggist frora whom you purchased it, and ho will refund your money. ;xwf-thrioO-ce- 95-i- yr Icrd. ForialebyW. ' n McRoberts, druggist Stan. ; & -- ..- 2s4t s J ., J '? r. At -- A1iiii mgnffi' W'rts-rjn,:- f ty.g.itjVia i i ' tJfcsrtstiUTrftv.i.'.rrfJ'-'y?'- - , Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa; Cliusn for Indignation. The Imported Young Jack, i'ubllBhed Every Tuesday and Friday SVJ PER YKABJN ADVANCE not o paid Mis3 Cpholia What queer weather we are having thin wkiterl Gongrt-liYa, but if you remember, Miss Ophelia, the winter of 1830 was very lnivh lik it. Mini Ophelia (who is "just 20") Sir! ! ! n Lineoln THEY HRKED ON Stoek Farm, Wilt . WYLBY. mate the scnou of 1891 at my farm, thn old John Lovd Thurmon place, near Shelby Cilj , - Broozo "Willsss. STANDARD R111I1 , McKINNEY, KENTUCKY. THKY 1IHEED ON. Ily PetosVey sire of King 1'oskey, record 1 ij, Mary Lou a i9li,damKtii.i lanedsm of Mtud Mcs senger 3 16K. Hreeic Wilkes will make theses soi of 191 at my place iV, miles from Stanford on the llralich pike, WWhen $2.50 will be charged." Cliicij;o Inter-Ocea- K. D. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning at 5:20 p. m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail tram going North " South " " Express train " South North Local Freight North 13 Unison Knoiigh. Well. well Jthnnie! What maliea out?-- ' BELMONT CHXEF 0080. Registered as Hob Link Sired by the gteat Ilelmont cq, sire of Nutwood 3 lt)i, Fred Arthurs iK, Wedgewood 119 and 36; in 130 list and sire of 35 daughters the (bins of 31 in a 30 list. Iriattijt1,. you wear yonr (.lockings wrong Biilo Money duo a. sonn as the fact is a ertained, This fine joimg jack Is is hands high, Is n black lieu on iolt until money is aid 8 CHAR1.LS Dl'NN.Slantord, Ky and a jack of tine style His head and earn are perfect. He must be seen to be appreciated 1 to Insure a Living Colt, At $10 to Insuro a Living- Colt. At $20 A The latter trains alio carry passengers. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar time fi about 30 minutes faster ' South. 131pm 1159 pm 311am ..650 am 30 pm "Why, papa, there's a holo on the other M.Ie." Journal of Education. Quito t!ic Kover.so. STTMAC. Standard Rule 6. hired liySultnn islj. Itecrrd (il.ORGK K ENGLF-MAN- , Shelby City, Ky ERRICSSON, JR., Secctid cousin to Maul S , j up m I WATEBLOO. stvlo ami action and is a sure loal Ketter; his prog s saddle quali eny combining speed and ties. Ho has a record of 2 u. He isby Richelieu, he by Mambrino Chief ; he liy Mambrino Paymaster, he by Mumbrlno, lie by Imp. Messenger. First ilam Helm trare by Hay Messenger, ho by Harpinus, he b Hambletonian, lie by Imp. ail dam Reil Bird, by Cannon Whip, he by tlackburn's Whip, lie by Imp. Whip, h by Sal- traui,lam by Herod; 3d dam a thoroughbred rraro by Imp Diomede. Hay .Messengers nam was out of a full blooded Messenger mate nnd by Imp. Rockingham. Waterloo's dam by Helm's Yorkshire, he by Imp. Yorkshire, dam by Weisigcr's Hclshaizar; ail dam by Kosuth; 3d dam the noteil saddle mareowtied by Joo Holm nnd alter ard by N.T. Lee. Waterloo will stand first-clasMes-Frnc- er; SSHWL This trotting and combinel stallion will make tliONMsonol 1891 at mystaoleat MilMgeville. Description and Pedigree: Waterloo is a black, magnificent 17 hands high, weighs 1,300 pounl. rfti&psi, 'S"I "Is thii a case of loug stamling, nia.l-ame:- " "Oh, my, no, doctor! Ho 'ain't been on his feet fur ni;;h onto bix woeka." Horner's Bazar. A Story The Premium Saddle Stallion, . 2 dam Retlie Kinkc.nl by Contractor it8. Sire of Stnmboul 211, Itulv 2 itf, Alcmer 1 w ire of Dr. West 2 17 If . Contractor was sired bv Ajax, lull brother to range Girl a 211. bv Hallibur Sneethenrt 3 t5 nnd 25 in j.jo list ami gmndiHre ton!. m 10 (.on tractor s dam Lady Godbey by 01 sin 2 30 iKi. Green's Hamblcttnjan 138, full brother to Voluii- lint dum siredy Dtinton by Georsc Wilke ia, (ahuwii last season times as a t er-ol- d and ipcird 3 Harry Wilkes 3 13H, Guy Wilkes leer and Sentinel. Ajax sired 7 in 2 30 list. took ; premium- - and cctlifii ate 3 S " lM,n a i61,, So So s 17H and 00 In J to ltt Second dam lotto, record 2 to1. h N'luhi Hawk Will make nt at lay plmr 3 mik-- s Second dam full sister to D. Monroe 1 aSX, by "lre of RedCros 1 Minnie Wrrm I rmi lunfurd m the Dunnlle pike, Jim Monroe 835, sire of Lady Monroe 3 iftt,, Kitty jij, nihedmo( Fd Annnn t i6't. Sentry 2 , j' Hates 1 10. Monroe Chief a 181. and 14 in 2 to Hit c 1 lAK Tcciimsch 2 a Jim Monroe by Alexander s Abdullah 15 $15 to a Marc in Foal, 'third durn by Vermont Hero 141, slrnnf Ldy M snd (ien Kmm, sire of I.ady Maud 3 1S1 Money due when the mart is parted ith or hied ioU and Thitd dam by DuvtiU's Mambrino, vn of Whip. Calmnrs 1 stallKiii. 17 in 1 30 lwt. to HmHher hor l'ritale ord Clifton is n beautiful red sorrel, with a mane t& umI, 15', hands, fooled in ii9 and HFLMONT CHI KF Is a rich iSSs; he Mnnds full 16 hands hich and in color, was foaled in power. II ha f"v.dperfect saddle horso is strictlv a fine hore, smooth turned of extra inuocular de elopweiit, showing rhose who want hi breed t a food saddle tal an excellent set of legs tint, (.Iran and hard in finish, the individual merit ol this Mall ir form, actHiu is fully up to and in keeping uith his hia.lt ltecding. Hisoldrst ro t are eomlHg 3 yr Hon are cordially mtlted to loi-- ut my horse ad old twncil by K. W Crlhbt, Decjim, sr- htm novo old and alio show great natural bpeetl He had a Mich , that went trials better thtin 3 30 last year. 1 will pa $3.00 to the breeder of the first a jo lie was sired by Sec Md he by Cunniet-h- . performer ol his get since he has been owned by mo n's Jewel, h-- hy rt WashmftoH Denmark. His first d.im Fannie h son of Gill's Yormuat; HELMONF CIIIKF will make the season ef 1(91 at my place near McKinnes at id dum bv Old Monte, thorough .rod. l.ien letnined n colt nil season is paid. Mares grated at reisonakle rate, but not tor accidents, shonld any occur Mares kept on good grass at $t per month; ouners' 1 G A LACKLV, Mlaislrjtd Firt LORD CLIFTON, 1 vtuod Jay l.vi See and Nut J, irj, i)i At 1 Insure Hy Trrlcsson 130 fn in , jo lisi i.t dam by ll due son of Old Pilot sire of Pilot, Jr , (11 in 1 and the Mterf the dam of Maud S , Jay Kie bt Ste .lad NmIwcihI. Ijrncsson, Jr , is a solid blsck, i( hands hiili and every Ihs.Ii a horse His colts are of goid sue, style and color. aie suitable lor ibe farm, traik and Kastrrn rnurket, and beliu-- of unusually good disposlilons, can not be esce'led for tamlly horse" Give him utrlal and be toiivlniid. He stanu for "fe The Small Sum of $12.50, ll'nHiualed in history) at my stable iV, miles from ilnstonvllle, on the lliistoniille ,V Liberty tutu pike road. Will alio stand my sjrl -- k - "SToung1 bres-dln- cJaok Pu Husumville, Ky 11 S50 to Insure or S30 the Season, with Return Privilogo. J. I. rk Ills rollt tsveak will f, him I srsons to ciiktr snd ihon trading r bfOMiH,! the mure elsewhere, renders m..n..y ,lui CROW, XriJiiclor. " K S hl.L, - Without Words. I. Belleview Stoek Farm, Season of 1891. a.) B33IiT-.S:VI33W SILVER TIP. ford on the liusloiivillc pike, at 1 his young stu'lion will be f. w -- oo.l umiis it Ofir nobles one wile S.iddlc StnllioiiN. Denmark, Lcxell, Tom Robinson. I to srv nerittd from Stan a Wallace ' rjrj mi n . $12 00 to Insure' a Living Colt. Description and PedumSilvw Tip U a nsce ne mane unit uit. hind ankles hite and think will make ;i great shuv hore 3'Yeaf.Old Record ma Race He was Hfi-- by the premium saddle hois. SilSired by the Great Red Wilkes 1749, sire of 7 in the a jo list, 3'' in 2 ;o lit and grandsire of 7 fas the ver King be by On Time, he by biocewall Jack son 2 ? list, a showing never befure equaled by any other nurse, titiug or dead, at tunc age. .Silver King's dam Mollis M'iunce was sired by First dam Lady Cassell ,dam ot Delleview Wilkes Cabbrtl's I.x,iiioo; 2d dam bv osing Ainwrica, 1 3 oi and two others that, barrine accident. he bv I'srUr's MesHir ,.bj Shelby Chief i 'sire ol Ralln tti, Catcsrilla Millecterthea 30 list this season Silver Tip's tiist daM was kr SVeedaddlw, Mor3 ajVf , Re, and the dams or Urlinmtor s 18 d ris's taaous sudd e horse, he by Oliver. n Its others U'senner .. by Tludlobn (son ot Alexander's AbdalWh ami Second dam Sallie (trial to wagen s i in M.eciiddle's 1st dans Medoc, sd dans TrumpetI'anny, dam of Waurmtth, dasn cl Maatbrt-n- o er ; d dam Aratua .viKer 'I ip' 2d dam was by Red Livei. Gift to, Vicklnc 2 ifVf, Scothtnd 1 s'w Wavelet a tfH, Waterloo 1 27 ami Sprite diss of Mate kept at rrasnttnhtf rales but no retfostal-bslil- v lor accidents ar rarapvs j in the 2 30 list Lica reMarrs parted v.ih forfeit insurant .....by Clark Chief 89 (sire of Crodtr Third daui., io and t ath- tained 011 tolls fur season. WIImwi 2 if)4, Corallard 2 io and 17 others ih HKAI IV HROS , 2 30 or bcter. Stanford, Ky. the above pedigree will readily show that Holies leu Wilkes l rich in the blood of itpred A Rl.inco at producing lines, being by the great Red Wilkes (who by the records is the best son of tat minntr Georxe Wilkes, sire of 71 performers 111 2 30 and better and that his blood breed 01 m desaonstiatod V. . 3 r by being the grandsire ot 7 in the 1 30 list .11 the ace of 16. bvsiii rCisnCt An analvsi of Helleview's pedigree will show that it ranks amjnc the b.t, tracing a4 it dres to the mighty George V likes through his bettson, Iteil Wilkes, l ice to Alexander's Abdallan, one of the m,-nrnioteiit sons of Hambletonian toaud three times to Mambrino Chief on the of Maiir r At ilkes is a horse of tine stv Ic, speedy conformation and a I roller of ttiuh order, having ShvMi our i'!es j milos fi' HeJlev lew I ily piVe. hi e voting saddle stuliiun last Fall at l'errt lUute, Ind., trotted a half mile in 11, finishing a close second to tn u inner in s mill be perinilled l serte nures lirinp limed tenaratelv in 3 27. He has repeatedly gone uuarters in ,c econds. a 1 20 elm. Afir a . .. . present short season in the stud he will be sent to lower hisHe one re ord and ve conndsntly esrect HISSl to of the only three sons of Red WilkM wlm is 15 tfl Iri5t!.r3 a TjVTiri.V Cialt. get a mark close to i 20 before the season closes. reiotds better than 2 30 making the season in the State, and the other two stand at I100 and $130 miles cast of Hurgtn Helleview Wilkes will make the season of 1891 at Hellcvieu harm T)eecripli.n and Pcdis-re-e lie is a beautiful dark brown, nh small star and mp, goni ntane and tail. yeaiv uld aitd is lull i jH hands Bigu, commanding iu apenran.e and symnMrtn.nl In Limited to 30 approved u ares. Mareskeptal reasonable rates, but not responsible tor undents fnesn Sushi b kinn. Koale (the Aivint hor-- ) Lacle; 3d dam bv Hamlet should any occur Mrscdam by A A s BOWMAX K, Ienmark, Dulaus' , id dam by Harris' Denmark. N H We will give$an to the first of his produce securing a record of 2 i or better and $510 to the King Kanle was gu by Blink latKjIe Siar Kagle D M. .V A. S IK) WalAN. ; was not by Cabbie's LilBgt , dasn by Garrard first obtaining a record ot 2 so or better Chief. Ilamlst Ilenmark was bv Waakisuton Denmark, dam by Hishop's llamblctonian. Marrs' Denmark wa by Miller's Denmark .omuaertng his NrH sire, ecl r. li- ami action. tngesher with his luoat cuelleui treediig, we tbtns we have placed hi Care taken to prevent a.cidcnis but Bo responsibility should any oriur. - he, Ian.) Sid.llt bullion, At $10 to Insure a Living1 Colt, Or $12 50 WILKES 13994-- . bay Hith d till weaning time, Milledgeville. Ky 1891. is ilSt. M. T. UUSSELL, I SEAON AT I Two miles from Lancaster on the Stanford pike "MAPLE S," ';.. Arthur Sims 3041, 3 20 Irom Ily General Knox, sire of iS in the 230 list, 3 In list. First dam by Hourhon Chief, slro olsix 3 i3K KM s: "' l'am a thoroughbred. KNf - mane and tail , Isstrnily nns and laluv. is botliJ rut iral ami sa.lulcr, I reeds fan, y ,n -- "fake- a tr' uciven in narues K, c ,s nu in sail sine on IxMIl Sldr. In lh, ik,,.l tier iaiipn , is basked bv lhi,tiuMl,inl,ui l..l. .. i.. makin ; him very acme and .. .., ..' fo and finish a nerlcct model II. t... ..r-- .i ... Sumpte r Denmark, he v c..ia.,a' n. i i' hy Gainsss ,V Cromwell s Ivnmark, be by the ra c not I cnMsark, he bv Imp Hedgefard His fir-- t dasn was sired by Sir Wallace, he by Todhnnler s Sit Walla, e, "T "ir Alhert. Hsorousrhbrnl , I Mam by v irgioiu Id am of Virainius by Iranln. thnfouithb ;e.l he by the teltbrated Maiou s W hipp, ji lUm a Inpp mare I....IU.L Wallace Deuniark, hii,paiit ...... -- nn.-Sil- -- . 1 V LSUEEL, Son I Walla.e Denmark above, is a hrautiM Work 1, bands , h Kh. heavy mane and ",,Ux "" ''nisi, e. , yearaeM nest Vi'.V 1 $20 to Insure. .t Sir VialU,, 111 ' '" tr V' " I. led.,eerirl P''"''by , , i, 11 sl.(e N, -- , bebv Mel's Wyandotte 5526, nv Metrepo'itan First dam bv William W.Jch stfpof l'rinct Imperial 2 2jJ, Jeremiah aai,&c. d dam a thorough bred. . At .... nua Hawk "l,,'"n ''. .M'"ssinu Cbiff, sd dent bv Messenger, rf ,l4.n b Canmrns Hla. k he l.yoM !,, llak salt idrtte, mi Ky dm ly uv.f,, Wbipp TOM 303IMTS01T, Mai. wnh heavy miaeai ' huh. is a na urai aadd r and bss a faaty breeder the auevestck mil make the season of a my rami jS minrs from llusiorville, near Cart.. ler ami will Ui timwted to srve mars $20 to Insure. 13 mmm mm - 11- -, At S50 Cash, with the usual Return Privilogo. 1 T. A. i;i.K!N, ancesur. T r& Sdialk. ,,,., e ir .if ij'i hand nil. proven himself 1 let s Denmtrk, his. lam I gosnerj's Oliver. ,.l dam 8in of Wslla.e Denmark al..e, bv "''''. ,mm kit ,dDienn Uld ist dam Iv n ,, sj M ' ,.,, lorn by the siati, 11 insurance. j BREEGHLMQEH Ed Barlow 2375. e, ADONIS Wallace PENCE! ITirte-- ) enr-ol- d and Lexell And Tom nt$U. at $15, vis kr Standard Rule 6. Illack stallion, ibk hands high, fooled in 8J. This thoroughbred will make the season of 1891 bred by A Uoldsmitli, Orange county New Drk. at my farm on the Stanford and Milledgeville tiiko oircu oy asici.ir icoj 6 miles from Stanford .uid ), miles from .MIIledBe-sillFirst dam Woburn Maid, by Wobiirn 371, (the . dam of Carver 2:27':) 2d dam by a Mambrino horse ; 3d dam by Mambrino Messenger. St Julten Castelar 1062, by Volunteer sj, Colt, aiijf.etc; 1st dam Miss Nodinosire ofHammond, a to by sonot Potter's Clay; 7d dam Wells' Star, dam of Artillery 2 3i anil .Modesty 2 26 by American Money due when the colt is foaled or mare parted Mar 14 ; 3d dam by Remand. Woburn 343, dy Hambletonian 10; 1st dam Miss with. A lien retained on, 'all colts until season looiey, liy 1 elf graph 301 ; aa dam the dam ot Geo. money Is paid. , Hrecchloader is a rich dark bay, Cooler, by Friday. Description: Ed Harlow will stand at mv stable 3 miles with black points, heavy mane and tail, tjJi hands high. His colts are Iarge,t fine and of solid color; from Stanford on the new White Oak and Dix River turnpike, near Dudderar's Mill, can be seen at I. S. Tcvis.' Pedisree: No. 47, llrcechloader, bay, foaled in i8?o. Hy Imp Hdletiso. to Colt First dam Nellie Viley, grandam of Hinette by Bob Johnson ; ad dam Mary Churchill by Alex. Ed. Harlow's colts that hae come this spring Churchill; 3d dam by Imp. Margrase, grandam of are good ones and bid fair to make valuable aniKing Aironso; ith dam Mistletoe by Cherokee, mals. Susan by Tiger; 6th dam by cth dam Itlack-Eye- d jUbert; 7th dam by Algerlne; 8th dam by Grey I will also stand at the same time and place Irginia by AUred; 9th dam a marc purchased in Capt HurLridgc for breeding but whose pedigree is my young jack. now lost; believed to be by Americu: toth dam by by Imp. Monkev; nth dam by Imp. Medley; 13th dam by Imp. Shark; 13th dam Imp. Keamaulit. Imp. Hillet, sireot aboie hore and also Miss At S to insure a living colt Joe is a red jack, 3 "Woodford, lielvidere.The Lioness, Ktc , died late- ) cars old last October, full 15 hands high, of fine ly. His get won last season $110,042 and he stood stv le and action; bred by the late Peyton Lmnree, second tn the list of winuing sires. He was 24 of Lincoln count, ami has a double cross of Jim year old and his get won from 1887 to 1888 $592i Porter. For inlormation as to his breeding, call on Wm. Gooch, of Lincoln, or J. P. Kmbree, of 202 50. same place my fine jack Madison. I will also stand at the Money due on all seasons when tho colt comes or mare traded off 8 C. M SPOONAMORF. He Is tn Insure a Lixlnsr Colt. At a brown jack with wi lie point, ) years old in June and full is'4 hands high He wjs sired by Aiken's First daia a Kinir William, he bv King Phillip niaik Satin Untiet; she was sired by King Phillip; liv Jim Porter. This 3d dam by Morecastle, he A number jack has proven himself a finelireeuer of liis colts have sold for $100 at weaning time mare part Money due when the colt Is foaled or cd with; hen reiaineu tin me money is p.nu By Longfellow, dam Slipper by P. W, LOGAN, Owner. Will make the season ofiSoi at my stable tt ssllea frem Milledgeville. Lincoln county, on the Stanford A: alillcdgevillc pike, su-c- Stock commuted to my .are and breeding will receive my personal tirnii..u l.ra-- s furnished at reasonable ralt, , lw paid or belole removat i Hecard SI'ANDARD. Hfown horse, 16 hcind j. Also at ihe um time and place we will stand the fine impuried jack. At $10 Insure Living At $10 Insure a Living Job EmbrGo, STEVE WALKER, mi Stallions for 1891. MINSTREL, Planet, DORSEY GOLDQUST, Standard No. 12052. At $20 to Insure. LITTLE KTJFFIN. ut B le This young roadster stallion is an Inbred Gold-dFoaled in April. 1837. is a bay.fuH t hands speedy and unexcelled in style, action, finish and disposition Foil brother to Kstel e, trial asW, Cor nne, 3. year-ol- d trhl 2 31 and Montrose, tho speedy and premium colt of 88 Sired by Zilcaidt Gnlddust J400 (by Golddust ijo. by Vermont Morgan,) Clo-e- r related to Maud S., a o3'4, and Johnston. e.ir-o2 06W than any other stallion, the first 3 stallion to trot in public as fast a 3 25, sire of Civamtte. dam of Rosalind Wilkes 'the fatct hirl mare of inc u.iiHwmii), record 3 14!! wln.l. 1 11. Fannie Golddust. a sslo. Kstellc 1 Dam Florence, dam of Kstelle 3 2Jl4, by Golden Mingo Chief, son of Gaff's Comet Morgan. Over joo of the 230 perfcrmers have a strong infusion of Golddust and Morgan b pod. Dorsey Golddust will make the present season at mv place iV, mi es from Stanford on the Hus tons tile pike. ld By Monarchist, Dam Imp. Bon Bon, by Macaroni, At $15 to Insure. POWHATTAN III By Imp. Glenelg, 2' Dam Florence I, by Imp. Australian, At $15 to Insure. At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. Mnares kept 011 resonable terms. Personal tention given, but uotiespouslblc for accidents. at- CONCREGAN, By Ten Broeck, dam by Planet, At $10 to Insure. At samo tim-- j and place, wi'l in ike the season wltlioueof Levi Hubble's best bred youngjacks, KOSCOE. Ho is black with white points, nearly is hands M?h fine length, Ume and body, 3 years old. oir'cdbyjoe Ul.ckburn. First dam Dolly Vi. Hose Kmbry, ad lums by Royal Mammoth; by diim John aughman s by Stonewall Jackson, he Hlylbc 3d by Jim iack. hi damHanfbal, Porter; Compromise; 4th dam be hy Itlvthe's l. ( ..1. u oy u.. Helmut, of Mad- Jennets' a fine son county, to Levi Hubble, d-- The Saddle Stallion, Eagie Denmark, At $10 to Insure. For pedigrees and particulars, address S. H. or J. H. Baugh.man, Stanford, Ky. 0 At 010 for a Living Colt. A lien will be relaiucd on 'olis fa-- sejson. REIi)( Sunfora fossleal May, M). KIKNZI. He is 1 bhtrl, nearly 11 hands high, of fine bone Full brother to King Rene 3 30)4. and sction, anil Mill serve mares with. First dam dam of Pence 2 tsM. by A knout Money due when insre is parted Living Colt. $10 to 39, son .standard Rule 6 ) Adonis is a beautiful dark bay with bUck points, torreat 3 dam bv of A Invent J 39K. Second Garrard Chisl, site f llasal August, A lien will be retained nn colls Kir season icliands i inches high was foaled Sued by Dictat..r iij (..e of See 2 10. R H. A I . P. WtMiDS saddle horse. Those who want to 6 and is:i grand Phallai 1 ii',, Ouectar i 17 and jo others in the 'Ihirdoamby Grey breed to a handsome Kentucky saddle stallion nrc dam of Lad) Davis 2 Ragle (Honer's' sire of d list, t 31,. invited to look mine over ana see nis acuou aim Fourth dam by Copperbettom, sire of dam or lust dam Alice, by Almont ii Se.iHid dam Nmrna by Alesaiider's Norman 2 ity, ''tie was sired by the grand show horse. Second- Haul Dukewassinsl by Helinont, dam I hud dam Ru.mii ong lnymaa mare, by Coeur dc Jewel; he by Cunningham's Jewel, he by vasli- (dam of Swigert with 37 in 3 30 er better.Iliandiiia Leon llmin j Abdulitigton Denmark. Fourth dam Old I'wyman mare untraced lah Pilot, 3 better than 2 30 ami King Rene joe, i Hi first dam Minnie, AlmiHii j (sire cf fanny WuhersiHson 1 wnh 15 in 1 30 list, by Mambrino Chief; dam S. 2d dam by Wells' Crusader, his first dam unPtedmawt Hiirchnure (dam of Kos.ilind 3 3iV( ami Donald 7 V, and it otrtrsln 3 known, but thought to be an Oliver King Hay is a dark bay, 4 years old. 16 handi or the dums ol Alabaitrr, 4 yearsju, alsoJ sue II 15, allowed to serve ten or fifteen 2 37 by Hrown Pilot. Riemi is lull brother el high nnd is an elegant combined horse Adonis will be King Rene a roV,, sire of Fugue 2 19V, MlM 1 20V4 Catchlly U,.c,lJi'd,," good mares only. lit was sired by IIirWHv horse, be by Dr n likes j isstf, Acnly tc a 21 and si in Ihe Hindere Prince Kdard s 3H, Sarcenet 3 $S and 11 oth-ei- s Mares kept on grass or fed at reasonable prices, Hcrr's Mambrino King, dam by Steamboat ownby AbdalUh is, ut dam Sally Anderin j 3,1 lut but not responsible for any accidents snould any by son by Mamurino Chief 1,, J dam Kate Iv Minunl torrest 1 j.r sired by Almont a io. ed TheChedell,of Virginia Stephen dam was raised by occur' first Pilot Jr 13. 'sire of 17 m ith records of 3 30 or belter and , F F. SAND1DGK, nam oy I ranx .volioni, ) dam by tvrlgii at Jim Norman Jj sue of l.ula 1 14I,, May Queen sires Kim 2 jo.of betM,lledKv'li5'i!'L. ter and his wi trotters with records of 2 6 Hie dams cf Nor al daughters havealiviih records of 2 t.i Hell; 3d dam bv original Denmark, who ran ro i;c, Nurmon Medium .. 'r L' C.l a. I.M.fr U.... .1 . C. ,M,in rvrrcsr Willi two Consecutive miles in a race at New Orleans, 4th a in, etc by More Horse 6, ist dam bloc urn -- . ii.tu.m mjt dam liy Mr r.lnitt , jtli dam b dray IjseleJOih n are, s. t. b. by M.i;um Honum. j ju usi aim sire 01 uu uams 01 in 2 list dam by Huoaro Dictator, the sire of (ewr(c Dictator, for many Garrard Chief sired Mambrina Phii 30... .1. Will make the easn of liyi at my farm, the years languished III obscunt) and really nev Dixie by 1 ran; 2d dam by Aratus; 3d dam Dolly old Wm Hall place, s miUs from Stanford, er had a chance at the stud until he came to by Hambletonian; 4th dam by Dunned Garrard Chief sired Hal Duke 2 Kentucky, then 13 years old and having up to Mambrino llipjv Standard Rule 6. n Living" Colt. that time but Ja foals and at 30 hsd less thsn jlK $8 to 2J2' Red Crook 2 3'i, Maggie Lee2 37an.l feats, ai douUa few ol ihem wcro uut cf well Nobby.sireof Nobby, Jr. 2iS..nd also sl...l bred mains Fe the dam of MuLike 1 j.,1, and Don Puarro. tnl mo--e At the smae place I will stand my fine young spt ed to Sired by Walslngham ji66 (lire of Latitude, rec- - old record a 14K, Kd l.umbrel 227!; Ins dtsceiidants,aiid besides they has en. Jack, combined wita Irvil .eads, lie is the Ilelmont sired by Alexander's Abdallah 2 42 1st "'Ist'dam Tiniel by Messenger Duroc 106. sen of dam Helle dam of McCurdy's sue of 38 in ihe 3 . ot bsllue list, 24 trotlei Hambleloni in nil Hambletonian and sire ol Klaine 2 20, the dam or rv .viaumnno c.tilel: 3d data Helle Loup by The Irottrrs e hiaded byjai Kjo 4 pacers to Narlaine, yearling a 31W); 2.1 dam Hess, sister of Uellfoundcrs Helmoiu is the sire of 35 in the 3 S Phslhvsi Direilor 217. VC do He Is by an imported Spanish jack and has a tine ui 10, sire .. I. ll.l III. -Wiiio,i tjtt has thret Mich rust know another James Howell, Jr., by Hainbletonwn Harry Clay ......... tlliial,,... I,.,in n.,..l....l .. in j. jeiim ana b:dv and huge bones. He will itand sons iih the same speed and number ol beau Dexter 7 11K 3d dam Jessie Say re by 30 of Ins sous have sired 131 with records of a 10 of tho dins of -t Julien 2 11K, Hodine or better t rutted Jay sire has v! heats hcttirihan 4,inVi and 11 more that have produced 3 30 trot Living1 Colt. 3 jus, Duertor live See Phallas 48, a total of $8 to Abm.nt j ,,'., sired bv Alexander's AIJJi.i, 2 sr Slid the dam of hlectiuneer, sire 01 so dam Sallie AndernHi by Mamtrino Chief-sheals in 3 30 or better ters also sire ol 4th dam by Liberty, son of Lance 2 42, I he returns of this dam Kate by Pilot, Jr. Almont 2 in tr.e 3 30 list ; j ear's trotting will show ', sired 17 AIs ilea will be retained on c li till season ntivu-epaid, I by American Kclipse with recrirdsof 3 so or hn datigbiers tiecoine due ut if mare is parted with scaou mo. ivy that Dictator not . rdv lr ! tn Ihrxngh Ins sons Naboth, Is one of the have asm 1 30 or better;better nod sons have Walsinghamai66 siro of and lUughteis, but also Ins grainlsous nre putting 46 of hi sued 2 33, a v list a nuinl.tr of I101 st s 111 youngest sons of George Wilkes 519, record 15V,, tat Kdwin Forrest sired by Voting I S IIIII I.II'-- . juli.t His jen, Col. Guy ilke 2 Hay Kentu'ky Hunter vvho sired Harry Wilkrs 3 Ilambrick, has 2, Commandtr t. Dick Looneri, ( iu 1st dam by Watklns Stanford, Ky. 16 and 62 others in Highlander Mike Wilkes 2 !$; Wilcox 3 Director 6, Junius 1, Phailaa i, Pretender lid ill I'orrest is the lire of Hilly , Re. Hoikins ii6',i and Champagne a a 30 list; also 41 producing sens and 19 producing Mrterr, Delineator mid Kndymion Ien sons t'onilniicl Stallion SIYLK and Ins SPLKD daughters. daughters have produced 11 111 230 30 and his sirrd 14 trotters list p m w Hi daughters promise to make grmt brood Sole Nabcth is a bay horse, 16 hands high, sons have produced $ with records of 330 or "si marcs 'I bey have produced Ilrou 11. Libert, foaled June 28. 1883. His pedigree contains the ter. Atcxvndtr's Abdallah 3 43 sired by Kvjdtk's ilkes, Mambriof Hambletonian, George Hambletonian: dam Katie Darling. Alexander Keller Tbonus, Kiiinng Star. Garner, I avt blood Abdallah 2 42 is the sire of 6 111 the sjoliat; his no Chief, Pilot, Jr and Harry Clay. Chance, Nancy Hanks, Northwest, VictenaWilkci, daughters have produced 27 with records ot Maine Solomon nnd Williams. Margel S by Direc230 or better and hit vms have sired ioohiiIi records Will make the mason nf ik,i at "Travelers' Rest tor has a record of 3 uvi and Nancy Hanks has Farm'1 uearShcic.) L'it, r.) , a icvoru 01 a of 3 3oor better. Mambrino Chief sired by Alain-brna imru neat nunc In a race, and Living Colt to I'aj master; 1st dam thedani of Golialh 1 11 she a never boen beaten His grandson, by Phallas. has put J in ihe list. Phalla- Mambrino Chief has 8 111 230 list and his da s At $15 to a Living1 Colt. have 33 uh records of 3 30 or better and his m"Jl I.heStiKk Reconl. a3" "'', Virguuus sons have sired 81 in the a 30 circle. iliV He is a blood luv. bands hirli. left hind 11. 1.. Pilot. Ir .bv old Pilot, dam X.itiru Genrce Dictator isa Dark stallion, huavs mine high fo.led in iS4, a handsome fellow and will Jr,'n the sirccd with records of 2 io or betrir foot white, SauiliewiMict nnd tail hired ty and his sons have sued 18 with records of 3 30 and ccruuniy sire cxireine sped tic was bred for a First ilam by Smith s Almont, sire of Katie How- - great slock horse oeucrann ins daughters have produced 34 with He will stand 16 hands high Record by J.ori' Wellington records of 3 or lietter ami two or Ins ilam.lji..,. nra 2 iVj, 2d dam grand saddle horse, was by Sildlewud, a Qir,-.- l dam by I.ex ngton pro Inc. d .Maud S. 3 t and Jay Kv e See 3 10. Hrst !v Voltaire 6 At $20 to a Living- - Colt. Wildood; istdsmbyStar Denmark, the KysayksliJinbletoni.nl ri...( - i- o.l .l.iin bv Mambrino Chorister; 3d dam Charles Kent mare bysired by Abdallah; is of 100 preiiiiiims, 2l dam by nn imported winner saddle Imp Rellfoiindur. ml by Weill's Hambletonmu. dam Lady Manhope, grandam of Rosa Wilkes dam One F.ve, bv Hishop's Hambletonian; 3d dam slslllon; jjdam Hy Hambletonian 10 WlldviiMid was 3 2 lxA and Simmons a 38 3 j4m 'unB Per- Silver I ail, by Imp Mcengur. Kvsdyk's Ham- - siruof Hlackwood, by lllackwoud 74 damj ear-ol- Mes-31 (1V Voltaire a 20K Kate 4"! Jr.. 2 2r'(; ist iiiciuiiiari uas siren 41 wnh record of 2 311 or betCrock-ef- t, Hay stallion, 16 hand high; foaled 1883 by Mambrino Chief 11; ad dam by Roebuck senger by Messenger Jr; 2d dam by Davy sia ol sire of Hrowu Jim, is also the sire who olney,a lir g ter and his daughters have produced ;j viith Jr.; id dam by Hrunswick, lou of Sumpter, Sired by KING C.ISSAR. of 2 y, or bitter and 119 of his sou have sued Go.dimith, made recSmith's Aldam Nellie by Aldrn 4th dam by Davis' Hamblrtoniaii. (Ily Hogan's Administrator ) ord ir. 1890 of 3 1K Tatt er, oltalre'sol sire, by 783 with records of 1 30 or belter. mont by Almont 3, sire ol Weitmont 2t3 PLNCK is a horse ot great speed; 2 2.y Medoc, is no First dam Carrie Allen, by AshDud Jr. Witherspoon 2 16K, .Vc. Illackwrol 74 by Pilot Jr. , dam Telltale by 'I elamon, son Slander Humor 220 Second dam by Sir Robin Norman .15. sireul Imla 2 141. May Queen 2 30, sired Indianapolis 221,und his pons Abbott, In- mark of his speed. Owing to an accident-getti- ng fastened in hi stall which threw him out ol Ike. Dam by 2 20f and Voltaire Third dam by Giltner llrown's Highlander. 2 Mambrino Rhiel. oltairearo training-- ho would now have a mark of 230 or dianapolis, Rumor, Tattler J rand Lenngton Denmark claimed to bo one of tho s King Cesar by better In Administrator vsire of Nichulasville he trotted as handiomevt and most is beautiful horses in Kenall slresof performerun 3 30 ruoi ir 13, airot goodasaat. a race atthe Major Landers 3 i7H sou of Administrator With bcingoneof thecrand-esblood of Hambletonian. tucky He Is fashionably bred in saddle and trot- (sue ofTattler.is woll known as age, his daughters t7 of Catchlly 3 iSK. McMahoit 2 31 and 6 others Mambrino Chisf, Pilot, Jr., and Kdwin forrest brood mare sires of the ting lines, is a grand saddle hnrie, a finugnitcd dam by American Clay 3, 3 and asgieat an f Gran-V'I- I' Maud S. sootf. Jay Lye See i3 10 and a to make a great individual as he is, Pence is bound trotter and gnea the gaits naturally. He has in 30;; stock horse He will make the host ol others ot note i.cxinsion ciuc-- 570, enu season of i(l,i at mv a 3 jo gait, both racking and trotting.wilh-ou- t of Wilcox 3 16'. und Hold 2, etc) 3d dam (dnm Uilkts stable i miles Irom Stanford shown preparation cuy 194; on of Hrown Urn's dam, ts Dy Neniucsv 11 any He emanates from the high- Hawk; 3d dim by Mambrino Chief sjo) by Red the Hustonviilepike, Main 11. Mamhru o .lm I.adv Waiheld by dam of Proteine 3 i3, etc) est class of saddle und premiun horses in Kencgmi Mill stand tucky 011 his sire's side and hi dam represents brmo Chorister (sire of Chief, dam by Chorister. by Mambrino best trotting $30 to a Living Colt. Lsomr. of the uiscomoiuaiinii families in the whole to country. piuuucciuc ncss combined horses in the world and those which comI also have Living Colt. mand the best prices in all eastern markets. Any $15 to one will have to see him to appreciate his greatness. W ih stand at same place Two of which are noted as the best Jennet jacks, I will alio stand my splendid young jack, $10 to IV, r n a Living Colt. and will aerv e fennels tit jack colt and JiS lor a jennet and will servo mares Hois a bright hay ary white, is hands high, tine mane und tail, of fine action and $10 a Colt. Saddle Slallion.bsy, 15K hands high, three white is a natural saddle : .k" bv Silver and tail, fine st)le and action. preat premium horse Fust dam by Imp. Htick- - Four years old, black with white points, 15J4 hands feet, heavy mane The other jacks are fine mule jacks and will to insure a living high, aen; aa nam by jJenny's Drennon; 3d dam by colt, and a"jim dandy," ator$10 when maru is parted serve mares due Octubcr ist, 1892, Hlmore. Fllmorc ; was a Kreat shaw Iionc a Living Colt. $15 to day. He was by Montiomtry's Whip nd in his with, out ci Lexington Denmark's fee will be due when colt a marc by Frank, tlioroiighl red. Mares kept at reasonable rates but not reiponsi. is foaled or mare Is parted Iwith. Mares kept at t above stalliars will make the seattn of ifjt These animals will stand it my stables on the The solicit a close I er month owners' risk. ble for escapes or accidents. Somerset pike 3 mile south of Stanlord. at my stable near Hu,tonvmeki(AUGHMAN l.S.TFA 1JS, stock. A. M. PENCE, Stanford, Ily Shelby City.Ky. S M. S. UAU01IMAN, Stanford. 1 At $15 to Insure a Living Colt, SIRBD cXOKXtf MV S. "W&XJUS. lartieg niik siisck rr Irom lorfell. luauiaOce an.l isams mtvin diit v J "vlH.I I. CAKIM..NII.K Nn iT(onliillti for a Kbotaor rtap .i Geo. i. At Insure a Dictator 3862. lay-K)- ....,..,,, KING BOY. Snr-pso-n, I 1 '.,7' tH. chsrm-eilcircl- ... 1 NABOTH 10016. 11 1 a',, At Insure ' 2j 111 SAM. ....,.,..r..,ull,,ji I i. i.. it At Insuro a d it v i3, tnj 1 1 bt LE XINaTON io ri s. iiJlf Gon-do- h, $20 Insure a ir,, Ugh-ter- BROWN JIM. -- Insure !.,. if. ''" Phal-Umo- 1 oZ-- Insuro 1 a'1' d HOGAXT. rov-or- ds 34 Hos-an'- pro-iluci- '!' ''' 're 'M At Insure 1 At $10 Insure. Insure a KING 2SUCKDEN Insure Five Splendid Jacks, to Insuro Living Star Denmark, Insure At ., ii Imported Iliclsiljjo, At At $10 to Insure. inspec-t'olofr- ay .:. . . ! i ,r.7. "j '. ; SJ.Cj j k ' .IF YOU ARE GOING American hen pleases him about Easter's WINTER FEEDING. but when incubation is completed chickens from lmiitam ogg.4 do not prove any The OIil nml Neir "Wny of AVI n tort n- Stanpoim), Ivy. Anui. 17. ISill HON. J. STERLING MORTON ON THE bigger than a your ago. Protection has Cattle. THE. not encouraged the breed to grow any In everything thero is a right and TARIFF SITUATION. larger. And so tho chicken industry re- wrong way. Often the conditions aro mains wry little inspired to higher ef- such that in following out tho wrong B.O.WALTON, bum. ManaRer I'riitrtcllnii tli I'.in-nof !ln forts, and bantams cannot grow . Cnlt;illit tliti I'lr-- t .Urlkrrit Tlio PI j mouth nxjks under protection into way thcro is considerable profit, nnd Ono Imx oT tlicio IIU ttIII save men any after a while ihose dollar In l?tr'H bills. Tliey Hre engaged in tho busi- sjiucluily .ti'vpurud ua a liy .MrKliiley's more that lioiittini statesmen from Indil'armrr Nut Things to Remember. No (yllrl runiD-M- ' ana develop into far seeingand sagacious ness come to ladieve that this really Tiirlir." I LOUISVILLC 4. MA5HVILLC We fl tl Hit) following inlerentiiik' lint R. H. wrong way is in loality the right way. Hon. J. Sterling Morton, of Omaha, patriot." ' m tin Ladies' Home Journal: Tho range cattle industry at tho t. ntilMiiJ'.le-M- i watt! Tlio.r re Is the hue f. r voti, as its A HEAVY INDICTMENT. populiitioii of tint world wt recently in New York, and whiln Tim and ns a matter of necessity was move ntilw.ultliy ureiuiiiilatlun I nun there lie waa interviewed by u mombur tho IkiiI.v, xtl.liout iiuuko or ps viro,ooo,ooo. of th Hi'fonn club upon tho general I'li'iicli Opinion if l'rtf'lini The conducted on thin plan. Catt'.o wero AdniitKil loj'iiiuijuMd olit. 1'riru, sJ3e, Daily There in only one Midden death iuiioiik moved into tho mountains and turned .lliniy ItoMji-ifaOJ-lor lie few, in the north western state in i 12V12UXW.UJU1U2. Make cIosennti . lions at women to every I'itflit iiiiioiik tuett. Tho high tariff agitation in France is looeo in tho high valleys and parks and l"ttU'JSK-Z"C""- , to the tariff question and to the IXTTTfll Now Yoik, rrtn and Jiliii all LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI ioliti:al agitation there imioiig fanners. calling forth rrnch an opposition to pro- allowed to nistle. Thero was a certain '..iio'oiiMiii.iiir ,n FREE TO ALL. 33 7 ' all jiomts linvo not ho Imo an in on iih "'ni'r is ntliHiMMition," aaid Jlr. Mor- tection as would not hare Is en possible jiercentago of loss each winter, varying .... ...... .Urn I' cw jtiti.tratol 2H THROUf.H Tl( KhTS St.I.I'. mi- hsl away in accordance with tho amount of snowton, "niiioiiK tiio farmors of the t if the government had not OitaloRiie of Plants, 3s IIAGCACJE CIIFLKLI) lHkOUC.H. to reinody tho ills from which they by our McKinloyism in the direction of fall and the severity of the cold. Prices Bulbi, Vines, Shrubs, 33 t thiroitro21S,tXX),000Otlio. At An evidence of tho ruled for years so high that the death For any infnriniitinn ei nre ol Trees. Small Fruits.?-Otaaro now suffering by roaortin to clnas higher taxation. Vines, Seeds, 3 in tlio world nmmlinj: to flaunts fur- - UtKislation. This olnss legislation is tho optKjaitioti called forth by the French losses only cut down tho size of tho divit, J A. UkWMi.lt, Evergreens, etc. will 3 Or n.Hltfd by Itouio. V logical result of tlio i'Iiihh leislntion McKinieyiaiii may h s"en in a now dends, while still leaving a handsome be mailed Free to all 39 applicants: SO liases 3S On Juno Mil tlio earth in further which has provailetl wi lon at WashingJuruiK.n City, Ky. magazine, Le Mondo which balance in the treasury. nnd 4000 varieties o! 3a Twnnly milt the hhnrte't to So matters continued. Tho ranges be4 away from tlio miii tliun at any other ton. Tho fanners have Ihh'H in a more has b"on recently established in Paris. Plimt. pp. da uiinr&niccu. or lean drowsy condition, intellectually, This journal is resolutely opposed to tho came overstocked, and following this tUlll". 35 Greenhouses; 30 ncres. Addrcw, 23 pnees liegnu to tumble. From bad tho country lins 1,000.000 miles of tel- - ever since the war, hut they have gradu- whole system of protection. NANZ & NEUNER. LornviixE, Kv. 3 This , nil In a recent number of it M. Paul affairs and general finances of most catd it; fKrupli wires eiiouuh to reach 1U tnnoH ally waked up, and have oWrvod that draws such a true and heavy in- tle enterprises continued on the down coiiKress 1ms Ihnmi artificially enhanciiif; Hrouml tlio nlun. incomes for certmn i'Iunmw of citizens dictment against protection that it can grade, and failure after failure followed. CHiuso'Er '"(5Of tlio white toiiilitton in America engaged in tariff protected industries. bo read with profit in our own land. At a certain period a few of the more enruad to either t itflit per cunt, in uhahlo terprising stockmen TO Tliey have fcimd out at last that protec- The writer says: to cut hay for m WKsf We hold it as self evident that every winter use. This was found to pay, and or w rite. tion to Aiiifrican manufacturers means m iU"KI(CAG-Dl'urni lands In tlio Unitttd Ktatcf, tak- tlio enhancement of incomes by guaran- protective measure is unjust, becaiifo others followed in the same path. Their only teeing tot liefe manufacturers a monojio. such a system has for its object the en- object in feeding was simply to givo tho the country as a whole, occupy ing And 7 ly of the American markets against all richment of a small uumlajr of individ poor animals sufficient food to pull them I CONSUMPTION sl acres in every 1,000. .A&s-WJIUS- T uals at the exiien.se of the others. When through alive, until they wero ablo to SCROFULA To complete thuir growth the nails of coiners. "Mr. Carnegie is the typical pecuniary a duty is inqiosed upon wheat and meat begin to rrtstlo again in tho spring. This require S or 10 days more individuality BRONCHITIS tho left hautl Ami was all that was aimed at. No thought the farmers tuny disjunct' with tho imwhich protection has COUCh'S than those of tho tight. given to improve tho indiin tliis country. Tho average provement of their processes of culture, or euro COLDS A health adult, doing an oidinnrj farmer docs not think that any man can but consumers aro obliged to pay more vidual animal. Tho idea of tho trade CORES Wasting Sincaces amount of work, will reciiiro from 10 to in thirty short years by his own indus- dearly for their food. This, therefore, Ls was that this would not pay. If the Pullman IlutTet try add $."0,0(10,000 to the common to take out of the iiockcts of all the profit critter lived tho summer and fall feed Wonderful Flosh 1'2 ounces of meat a day. and Pullman HufTet Chair Cars Producer. Chicago without change.on all Sleepers through to train more women workers wealth. Jle nvs, however, that Mr. wlwch is given to tho few. Tero is no on the rango would mako it fit for martoighmd has 3Iany havo gained ono ket. Carnegie hiw nuinsel such an amount proce-s- i of reasoning Go via the Monnn und get the Host for the Ieat than any other country in proportion to in that time, and ho concludes, logically that this is not unjust. whith can show money. For information address All this was wrong. However, until per da' by its use. nutitilutiuii: 11! icr cent, of tlio industrial enough, that if Carnegie 1ms IAS. ItARKKR, G P A., Chicago. Now, if this is the case with every tile fanner crowded in upon tho open .ScoU'n Emulsion is not a secret not added V G. CRUSH, 1) P A .'Louisville. class aro womun. that sum to the common wealth, he must nwtrictive tariff measure, what is to le range, and fenced his homestead or pre- - rornedv. It contains tho stimulat- covor 100 have taken from A u'laiu of llnofiand would it. He further thorn-li- t when these protectionist claims emption claim, things wero allowed to iUrr properties of tlio Ilypophos- skin, that h ha taken it from tlio common reach th degree of extnivagaiico which drift along in this fashion of tnldng ties- i f tho minute wales of tho human and puro Norwegian Cod and yel each of tluwi scsilesin turn cov wwlth uinW tho cover of law by tho we see today? So lung as tlio protected lrato chances ami hoping the markets Em cr Uil. tho potency ot uotn Newport News .V Misiippi Valley Co, E. D. provisions of tho protwtivo tariff, and closet were no yet mutters of the situa- would mend. Hather than mending, tho ijeinir larircly increased. It is used Solid Vcstibulrd trains to i rs from ;W0 to oOO pores. they simply pleaded that the stato fanners' claims became more numerous 00,000 to 100,000 hairs grow in a that in fact th tiriff was instituted for tion nil over tlio world. lrom Philadelphia the very purxwe, michr the guise of tax- should let them live. They could not and tho rango cattle industry more disas- by Physicians Baltimore, New Ydrk, human wnlp. ation, to tak avmy from all of us for continue, they sin 1, with their own re- trous, liich year the cattlemen woro AS lYUHC. PALATABLE: tel-- t All points Kast and Southeast. Nino hundred and fifty suhniariiio sourcesthey mtint m heliKxl. Would obligi-- to cut more hay to pull tho ever the lwneflt of n fw of us. Only one night out lrom Lexington. Sold by all Drtiyrjist.t. now in operation, graph cahloH mo Corrected Timo Card in Effect Jan. 4, 1891. Tlio fanner denounces this class ley-- i it not 1st an advantage to Franco to have increasing number of weak animals BCOTT A. COWHE, Chemists. N.Y most of them in Kuiupo; their total slat inn lwcanae it taxw his class to en- within her Isinlers a complete cycle of through the winter. Still their object fast FastMalli Aceora. S3 H nO CO KAST nOL'ND. rich another clnas. He sou that income production, and not be tributary to any was biniply to keep life in them until tho Kx press. Daily Itngth is over mi.OOO milus. Dailv 5VJ C- - ?S P Dally. Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun. grass was strong enough m the spring to sisSs-gasiinUon for its stippli If thoancriiice about 10f women to every are thus artificially made greater by There ato I.ve Stanford 11 $o n nl 3 n am 11 was a burden, at least patriotism im- - hiuld them up again. This, in a few but the fxriio-r- , not nhlu to jo n n 'ik) nun, I of the population of th world " Lexington- 6 to pmiii 40 am 5 5 Pm hnef words, is the outline of tho range national legislation, concludei that ot.-- it! " Winchester 6 only one 17 pun 45 Dm 633 pm , ii .lit-.before tho (? of " K. V. Junction. What do we see today? The same cattle industry. There is but little won- stat legislation can, by a point of spsi--ass"- ; Hi'd on " Mt Sterling 7 jo nm u 1,000 lives to he 100 yean, old 25 pm ,7 30 pm w.?.:.'-''u5",believing itself secure of a major- tier that there have been so many diro itwumaing, be umn to rodnce inwimes. twirty, h " M rehe.d ' I'm I 4$ pm TV a. ' Olive Hill art nn 9 r ity, has lost all moderation. Petition disasters in the bnsinese. Hence, logically, wt liavo th A bix in 100 reach 9 oj I'm 3 35 pm o ij am Ml 1 ' " o 30 pin 5 35 I'm tht th two That it pays always to do thinjrs right i A (iiTiiMii biohnM rate fixing laws in tls northwestern givo-- i place to threats, which are sihhhI-il- y " C tliltsburt; 0 43 jini 5 50 pnt " Huntington canned into execution. There is no exemplified in the winter feeding of rango ' impvw alike; in two htatof. TImi farmer aaya, If I can re07 nm 6 15 pml m.1-of the tare Mr- - out of line; duce tho income of the railnmds by loujrer h question ot living at the extioir-- cattle as in other callings. Uy winter out of flo lh (Hen EST HOUND. fa: o 3M,Sn. of tniusortatioti I of others, but of suppressing them and feeding we mean what the words imply, oilier in leatotiiuK lh CI w 3 3 i i.ne eye hi httonger than tho ja-- a "MjK ; ?rl39lV n not the meager giving out of enough hay tight am indirectly oitkauciuK my own.' It getting rid entirely of their comisttitioii. Lve. Huntitifitoii ... periwiw out of 10. ami tint to pm f, 00 am, t. rt 1- . n " w m to me fair and anfa to My that nil De;trHble wioitgii in iteif, the proto-- t to simply prevent tho weak annuals - .. ' t.ltlctlkbutg.. t 99 pm 6 aj .. - ii. the left. higher t.i ear is generally a u 5 03 j- --; wl.o. " Ah.,ind ssrr legislation in the different states iniuiicil lotlist reaction serves still further as tlio from turning up their hoofs, but feeding i 40 pm 6 3s am " Ohe Hill. a ii pm 8 47 am 3 4j am .iS.g,c--3-- 5 as to keep tho animal in a healthy ms the pretext, for strugglos in occiL-iotraoe-ab- h v ft " Sit. Sterling.. pm'io ia am 6 - am Mckinley bill Imw iloiitt for sugar to corponit capital is legitimately 4 The " Wmchwtcr.. .. i ?W to the ote,tive tariff, which is to which the strongest destroy tho weakest. condition is where there is good clean 5 11 pm,!! 5 am 5 am " g.8ora3nAir Lexington what the agitation of Oobdnii did lor the all class lejrislation in tho states the first Such are the civil wans, which promote money for the stockman. The huuiani-pm ia 4 pi 5 4S e nm " Louisvillt' 9 ,SPn'soI'ln ia 1$ n n KokIhiuI. Ami the poor man's loaf in tanan question does not enter into the private vengeance. imrant, aa Adam ia to mankind." Limited VcktiLuifiTxpre7 runsdiuly snd dccltiml ' u, What, we ask, must Iw the effect of preent idea of the gain or loss of tho "Do you find that th opinion still tarty whe Pullman estibuled lluffet Sleepers between las "deapifced ehswpinW prevails in tla northwest that protection such a spectacle upon public morality? nimble dollar, which is what the cattle Wal)in8ton, New York and jaign that h 5IKA5 TE3IS Old Point Comfoit. This train is msdejKtrt of "the Iteiiefit) the l.tbonerr" Is it right that the state should laicome growers are after. Fewer numbers and celebrated now gloiying in rheap sugar! is dd,n said Mr. the distributer of fortunes to some at Miiiuals of larger frame and bettor conThat V. Tree sugar Is well, but tho American Morton. siqienttitioii dition and more weight 'ire what give Do the protec"Citisens of ordinary t tho expense of otle-rsthey were Fust of Huntington on the C. O. Route. The only Protection that will ii, oplc know th feat fill price who hve reflected upon tho dis- tionists reflect that by the side of the tho best returns when the shipments are ait Mail Trains run daily tvxeept Sunday beT,,e lftW w,,,ch protect all people, nil classes, all tween Lexington and Huntington. Make direct tailed uw)it to W content of lalior and the striken which niHiitifacttirers and capitalists enriched made. connection at Huntington with C. ,fc O.: raw., abolished tho tax on taw nuinir A day or two ago the writer was going labor nnd all interests is that etvled land V.11I1 S. V. K. ; at Winchester with K.at C. h R. result from it m that this discontent or ruined there will bo thousands of every other Utr.fl kc1i.ii. and ufjuiiu, anu ai L.uxmiton with from Denver, and on the car wore SeLI-- ' PkOTKCTION , "vini Mini striVws are also trace- workmen, hero plunged in misery, there south tin taxes on ncqtlircd Ollly from I. & N.. I.. S.kiuiii C, N. O. .V T P. Railroads. and r able to tho protection system; for when the witneso-.o- f or tlio sharers in a sud- two brothers returning to Archuleta Lexington and Olive Hill Accomrnodntion duilv. of 11 an average county, having disjiood of a good bunch tl truthful knowledge Ot Wliys untl csccptbunday. Connects at Wmthestor to nnd t of free mi par tho capital demanded u protective tariff to den and unjust prosperity? Ah part of the irom rw. and tin- in.fo- - i.uuilviiiet aim at l.exincto'. with L. S. R. rrom such a spectacle they will con- of cattle at the top market pnee. In means, legal nnd illegal, pork wh mu- encourage certain branches of industry .lutv on beef, mutton and For full lnformnlinn in rnrarrt fn ...... ...... .... wo asked if there was not just, hy which the burdens of govern-nient- , HK) it struck for higher profit. The capital- clude that the state can do everything, conversation .Vc .apply to any agent of this or connecting lines ck 100 per cent.; on building tone ists wlsi demanded from congress the that everything that it decrees is legiti- good clean money in winter feeding on more than profits of labor and industry, are per cent.; on ingrain cat II. E. HUNTINGTON, C L. I1ROWN, 50 btatntei excluding foreign competition mate, that it is easy and right for it to this plan, and if they had ever given it V P. and G SI , G. P. A., ; on woolen clothing over ,0 per cent were the first strikers' in the United secure tile welfare of its favorites by a goxl trial. To our surprise and gratif- so unequally divided. I exington, Ky. on llannel tho wime; on gliwa Status. And so the laborer, seeing that drawing, whenever needed, upon the ication they said the cattle they had OW. HARNEY, W. S. HARRISON, That knowledge is power, and iguov-imejut cent.; G. M , Lexington, Kv T P. A., Ashland. Ky fit) per cent.; the capitalist can strike for higher proliH purse of others, and, arguing from their jiibt sold were winter fed, ami every ware and lamp chimneys its slave, is forcibly illustrated 00 per cent ; on through tlio law making power of tlio number, lrom their wants, from their animal was given hay in plonty to hold on handkerchiefs nearly daily in all walks of life, among all government, naturally strikes for high precarious situations they will demand it in healthy form. M) on thro tin plates 120 per cent. Ami The result was that in tho spring they people, in all countries. wage. I'liis is done sometimes by the to bo those favorites. taxes and still higher tho old method of quitting work, and again, This is the ojk-i- i path to socialism, grew so much faster than the same Where knowledge U usd ns a power tho schedules. -- New Yoil: emulating capital, an appeal is made to state socialism first and socialism unlim- gmile of cattle that hud been doing as through all or a means for gaining wealth without Tho Shortotjt and Quickest Routo from World. congrees to mako eight hours a day. ited afterward. Deing accustomed to n best they could for themselves on the Central Kentucky to nil polnta North, Congress has just ns much economic moderate protective tariff, many havo not range, during tho months of snow and labor or an equivalent thorefor, it beof every century is East, West anil South-WoaFnHt Tho last decady IKiwer to mako forty minutes an hour. lieon able to see this truth during the ice, that wheu they were marketed they comes nt'ccsarv to deceive or keep in Lino botweon Lexington and Cincinloaded with tiouble. There never was a legislative body, na .:..,....! in be cent, better and heavier is becom- were Shi Iast thirty years, but now it nati. anil brought from 'M to tOiwr cent, ignorance of such methods thuee iiom Then thrones totter, kingdoms crumble tional or state, wine enough to define a ing as clear us daylight. Tho socialists SCHP.DlLE IN EFITCT I m. 15, ijoi. if they had day's labor." have never been deceived in the mutter. higher price. When they started from whom tiio Wealth is taken ; iientv it if and tho nations go to war as No' ''' VoNo' 4 so far all that "And what of tho McKinloy tariff They have always pointed to protection home they thought they would have m that of tho ten thousmd uew?pujjcr to. It must be coiifeN-ej Ey. Sun. as a practical application of thuir own uo to Omaha or Kansas City to sell. last decode of the law?" Daily, Ex. Sun. tho indications for the "That is a threadbare subject, but theories, but an unjust one, us it operates While the yards iu.Oeuver wero full of printed in the United States, less than Lve Cincinnati ... 8 10 a ml 8 00 p m 3 20 p m The 10th century bear out this theory. common rango cattle that buyeru did ten arc absolutely ircc nr.d independent Lve Covington.... 8 18 a mi 8 o3 p m 3 26 p m already in po- there is one nnuiMiig feature in that law. for tho advantage of the rich. Lve Falmouth South A merman .States aro 9 48 a m 9 16 p m 3 5 P m Tho McKinley tariff differs from tho uot want savo at bottom figures, they of the power or control of c!:its, Arr Paris Ireland's it iS a in, 10 33 p m S - P m litical or financial hot water, Morrill tariff in that it jwrmits nothing made a quick sale at the top price, and Anutli.-iArr Lexington. 12 10 p mit 00 p in 6 ao p m Trust. tangled, Newor nii.rtcpoly w!5o interest it is I.ve Patis for the use of the United States govern rn 11 37 am $ 37 The work of building up tariff trusts wero on their homeward way, leaving party aflalraare inextricably ' 0 15 p m Arr Winchester., ia to p m to bring on ment to come in free. Mr. McKinloy still goes on. One of tho latest achieve- the owners of tho common, f to keep ia? last foundland is doing her best 7 o p in Arr Uichmond.... 35 p m ' France, we said in a iqoeoh in Grand Ilaphh, Mich., ments in that lino is thus reported by fed siock Arr Lancaster.... 4 45 p m in vain for customers. ignorance (f tticir mou'C.!'. war between Kngland ami Arr Stanford uopm Yes, it pays to do everything in the Kngland over tho in October. 1800, that as a minded Tiie Iron Age, a leading protectionist The (.'incitr.iati Weekly lCnquii. r i: Lve Richmond ... 35 p m are in ditlicultics with man it occurred to him that a govern trade paper: right way. Now that the rango cattle on us Arr Ltvincton.... pm seals, Italy has just opened out ineiif which enacted a law should bo tho " Tlio negotiations which have been in business lias lieen curtailed within such one of the few, if not tho o;.!y i,:.v. Lvu Middlesburo 305 pm , Mafia, Francois hardening up first cuiii'iclled to obey it. Therefore ho progress over tho for some time between the narrow limits and tho times not :is the absolutely free from such influences. is reach. had enforced No. 1. No. 5. fiirdermany. Russia So. 3: the payment of duties manufacturers of strap and T hinges onco were for tho quondam cattle barons, It is the most honest, thorough, able tl... Hitlkans again and Col ln- upon all dutiable goods brought in from havo resulted in tlio formation of a strap thoso who do not adopt the genuine winLve Sliddlesboro 645am e there abroad for the wo of the United States. and T hinge association, which consists ter feeding plan cau look forward to teacher nnd exponent of truthful Lve Livingston,.. 11 05 am g 2 .....koII in Mid unconverted. a And a Republican audience cheered this of the following concerns: Stanley works, ultimate disaster and failure. Such is knowledge, of reliable data, free fiom Arr Richmond.... ia 40 am ZT c isn't a scrap somewhere this year it's 7 00 a m massive manifestation of statesmanship McKinley Manufacturing company, E. tho handwriting on tho wall. Field and partisan bias, fair, frank and explicit Lve Stanford " J Albany Argus. Lve Lancaster.... 7 jo a m wonder. with great and sustained enthusiasm. Tho W. Gilmoro Ss Co., Lindsay fc McCntch-eon- , Farm. to such tlegree that one cannot but feel Arr Richmond.... 1015 a m p in 6 05 a m Lve Richmond.... 12 C. Hager it Sous Hinge company. A recent ccnsuTbulletiii shows that spectacle of our common Uncle Samuel I'oliitt of .'dificd and capable of forming eon eel Arr Winchester. 40 p m 6 55 a in' taking money out of Alaskan seal fisheries aro woitli projec- ting it into another otio jiocket and put- A now list has been adopted. Tho new Arr Paris When you set tho hens for spriug ouclugion.; 33 P in 7 45 a m raised Republican therefrom. Such a papet Lve LcxTugton .... 2 00 p in 7 00 a m 3 43 p m ting, and hor other fishing industiies protective hilarity to tho highest in- prices represent an advance on the goods chickens this year take Eome dried tobaca 45 P " generally ranging from r to 10 ier cent, co leaves and lino tho nests with them. liould bo ii t ry household. Sample Lve Paris 7 S3 am 4 35 p m of worth encouraging. Tlio shipment Lve Falmouth.. (411 p in 918 a in 5 30 j m tensity. on stmp hinges and something like 20 This will keep all lice and p m to 44 a in o 37 p ra Arr Covington. .. 40 vennin effect- :o)ios can bo obtained by addressing Arr Cincinnati ...I 5 5 fur sealskins since 1S07, tlio year in "Tho McKinley statecraft which pro- per cent, on T hinges." 5 P mltojo a m 6 45 p m ually away from tho nest as long as tho lie publishers, at C ineinnati, O. which Alaska was acquired, has reached voked so much applause is only equaled The old duty on theso hinges was two hen sits. Sometimes when sitting hens On the.Maysviue liranch, rfo 9. leaves Paris at 55, am and No. 11, at 57, p in, arriving at SM.OOO.OOO ami of other furs $10,000,000; by the finance of tin man who, having and a half cents a pound, and was pracleave their nests from unknown cause it Slaysvilleat to 10, a m, and 755, p m. No. 10 Tho leased a very highly decorated and of tically prohibitory, only .$2,;177 worth of leaves Slaysville at 5 30 a m, arriving at Pans at a total fur output edifice for the purpose of keeping bolts, rivets, hinges and hingo blanks is the vermin that drives them away. uo.iin No. 11 leaves Mavsville at en anit salmon and cod fisheries have netted arm cs at Paris at 4 o,(p m. These trains are If colts are kept in fields adjoining $1,000,-00a saloon therein, was told that tho rent having been imported last year. Mcdaily except Sunday. $10,000,000 and tho goll mini's No , dally to all points except KowUnd Diviswas too high, and triumphantly replied: Kinley made the trilling reduction of a railroad t nicks, where they seo trains making tlio total product of tho terion, which is daily except Sunday, ' You don't know me. You don't under quarter of a cent per pound, leaving tho puss and repass constantly, thero is littlo . runs dally from Vo to Cincinnati. ritory in tho 1!.1 years $(S:.000,OCO; not u stand my capacity. D n it, I can drink rato still substantially prohibitory, as danger that they will be frightened after- No, a runs daily. No. 5 runs daily from all stations except the tho original investment. enough myself to pay tho rent!' Prob- may be seen from tho fact bad return on Caveats, and obtained, and all Pat- Rowland Division, which is daily except Suaday. that this ward by railway trains. ent business conducted for Moderate Fees. No. 3 daily cxcipt Sunday. icuse a lew leaves of tooacco on yont case oti ably McKinley would havo tho United hingo trust is able to raise prices from 5 Our Office is Opposite U.S. Patent Office, No 4 daily between Cincin Jones It is tho most curious and Lexinzton. States government import enough for to 20 per cent. farm every year. The dried leaves wiU and wo can eccuro patent In less time than those No 43 I'firi. and Lexington .. An .. m r.l . .. .1 it. Jones rcmoto from Washington. record. Urown Tell mo about its own uso to pay all the revenues." Thus one by ono the industries of tho keep tho vermin from liens' nests, and descrip ly. Leaves Lexington 10:00 a. in. Arrives Pans Bend model, ilrsulnc or nhoto.. with now is tho fanner satisfied with the country aro combining to defeat tho the leaves or t terns stecied to a strong Well, you see, ho kissed his wifo in tion. We advtoe. If patentable or not, freo ot 10.45 a. in. : Vt "? """ it was her sister. She now duties on farm products? Do they very competition which wo aro told that decoction with sulphur, four ounces of j cuarpc, Our feo not ilue till patent!- - eeured. , tho dark supposing A Pamphlet. "How to Obtain Patent." WllD "" ,' - ......1.4 . U.U.WU... . WJ r r UM1.J': supposiiiK it was his broth- help him?" designed to promote. An tobacco to ono of sulphur, in a gallon of protection was CU y'r kissed him, Falmouth 6 oo a Arrites Cm town, ecnt free. for 10 being for tho protection, important trade pajier has recently as- boiling water, will kill tho sheep scab. "The cinnati 7 55 a m dally except Sunday. er They embraced each other state nllegedly,tariff No. 3 and 6 mako connections at Vi uchester for of American labor, the fanner serted that of tho industries Canada is making marvelous progress points on the N. N. A: SI. V R K'"minutes before they discovered the No. 3 carries through cars from Cincinnati to both trying to wonders why cabbages aro taxed three of this country aro now controlled by in tho livo stock industry. Wo of the D. C. Opposite Patent Office, Washington, of affairs. Now tlioy are Middlcsborough and Cumberland Gap and all lu- cents a head and sauerkraut put on tho trusts and combinations. Most of these United States must stir ourselves to kissing each other. tcrmedlate nations and runt dailv. WE WILL StND get a divorce for free list. Ho is afraid that in competition aro of course mode by the tariff. keep up. W. L MUNSON. Trav. Pass. Agt.. Cincinnati. . C. P. AT.MORK, S. K. KNOTT, ' A prohibition leader, who appeared with the ignorant 'pauper' kraut makers But let them go on and do their work. BulletinNo.il, Mississippi Agricult- THE INTEEI0S J0TJR1TAL Gen Pass. Act. Traffic Manager. court to oppose nn of Canada tho skilled labor and high art They are, as a Republican organ has ural Experiment station, is devoted to General odice, Louisville, Ky before an Alabama S. F. U. MOKSE, Gen'l PassVr Agt., IN CLUB WITH sell liquor, had required in the manufacture of that del- Raid, "tho deadly enemies of tho pro- tho diagnosis and treatment of anthrax application for license to Office Chamber oi Commerce liuiidinz.Cincinnati tective 6y6tem." These trusts aro eduAgain, the his .pocket icacy may be lost the misfortflne to drop from right under on sheep, mules to us. horses, with tax cating tho people, as nothing else can, or charbon. Elmwood Stock Farm. boand accursed stuff a bottle ol tho N. Story, of Bozemon, was tho first DEMUREST MAGAZINE Mr. W. II. Gentry writes: "I am glad of the opof tho tantalized as- logna sausages on the freo list, puzzles into a knowledge of protection and its portunity to speak in praise of your wonderful the eyes and noses beauties. the trusts multiply and man who ever drove a herd of cattle (Juinn's Oininent. Have recommended to several semblage. There was an immediate ad- him. Fire cents a dozen on eggs to pre- prosper till Lot people rise in their might from Itexaa tw Colortdo. He tho friends, who are ai well pleased with the results is myt stocir ONE YEAR FOR 53.50. journment, presumedly for the purpose vent the panper pullets of Qreat Britain's and crash out the whole protective sys- rtUaiacimBafatjlikBM proAUUeMft For curbs, splints, spaviui, puffs and all I am.' dependencies from competing with the J tem which fosters them. bunches, use this standard reaedy. ol taking a smile. Stanford. Kf. W.P.WALTON. - - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AKORTinVKSTERNVIEW. t..aa9 n:u 4e QHTH "WEST, t SAVES MONEY. Family Medicine, loiif-fel- mm As-li- out-Bta- rt rrrllii. Double ref-ormi- l I Trains north-woa- la-e- H pe ptt-ecn- n.-- Dean-regar- BIAS? HIS la-gn- n PH m Ka ferl mm fe4 -" i SOOTFS jiro-duco- d s w.-u- m-c- OLD 2SY. ROUTE Washington, ' con-trt- d ytr; d -- ' ' x ws anti-mil-ltm- d ' ti-- mmM(wi - 1 fi ctt ltSzx?a' --. w --- smm wm 1 M-- n o: u:uii iJ --- - mmlM m WiW 1 .1111 . , 1 n, 3.1 1 - .; l'.er '"'' TWIi'KI intelli-gtHR- r F. F. effect-imll- y - ' I A-- the din-ctl- j jut - P-- e j Kentacky e&niraiR.R. list-hi- gher t. jx-- r aui-ma'- I I -- South-Poun- '- - Tmi-W- non-wint- j '. 1 1 -- jut 1 j ;ij .!.. North-Houn- d. i., fr - " Inti-rent- . 4(1 1 1 0; , I 1 i I Trade-SIark- s i A .1 -- --- -- C nine-tent- ! C.'A.SNOW&CU. WS '"" - .M 111 I SK - ..'7 . . Jj-Tt- f- . . - 1 L . . t SfWr r"" WJ ci!mwwi v 6 n i !: $t . i 81 k that the mombers would not sign the Owensboro is $10,000 in debt. constitution, and for that reason it had The president has accepted Treasurof tho Stanford, Ky., - Ai'iiii, 17, 1301 to go out simply with the nametho sec- er Huston's resignation. presided attached, attested by Mrs. Ilalford, wife of Jtho president's retary, and says it was because a numprivate secretary, is dead. ber of the members were not present at W. P. WALTON. W. H. McDoel has been appointed the proper time. This is rather of the general manager of the Motion. nature of those explanations which are Tom Mitchell, colored, was crushed said not to explain. It was tho duty of to death by tho cars at Harrodsburg. every member to bo there, thoStato paid Gentry Butler and Hampton Nelson them to be there and their absence can were hung nt Sumpter, S. C, for murA Private Word Vith Democrats. only he explained by a desire on their der. Tlio race for auditor of State neemg to part to dodge tho issue. The present Alex Foote, who murdered J. J. have narrowed down to Richard C. War- constitution was signed by all of the Meadows, was taken from jail at Princeren and tlio present incumbent, Mnj. members but Garrett Davis ami it went ton, Va., and hung by a mob. Norman. If we may judge by the utter- forth with the moral support of its fram-erThe Washington Star remarks that Besides it is customary that such ances of our exchanges, this race now riarmy of about Italy has a fruit stand-invals in interest that for governor. There instruments should he so bigned. The 50,000 men in the Tinted States. is reason for it, too. A and omission in the present case will cost The News says that the construction sullen dibtrust on the part of the people the new constitution some more votes, of the Jellico, Beattyvillu & Ashland respecting the past administration of this which at tho present writing looks like railroad will bo begun in the early sumoffice gives to the contest over it an in it will not be able to lose. It can not mer. Sinco March 15, 15,000 tons of sugar terest beyond its intrinsic importance. bo denied that many of the delegates "We mean to be plain about this matter, themselves are dissatisfied with numerhas been shipped from Hawaii to this Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal DrLKtiATE Miu.Kit domes tlio assertion i NEWSY NOTES. WHY IS THIS LOUISYILLE STOKE - EIGHT PAGES. s. Doing Such a Rushing Business ? This question is easily answered. IJeca.it so I hen are constantlu oflerintt new, choice goods at prices that arc bound, to sell thcni. All attempts at lo- - fl cal competitors to prevent us from offering the latest and most popularbrands of goods at unauestionublu g deep-seate- H 3 rrj 8 fa' LU ? - i ?i IM h l country. Elizabeth, N. J., siifiered a tiro loss Gnovuu Ci.kelam) uiiulu a speech at Twelve years ago Gen. Fayette Hewitt of $i'50,000. It was in tho business porJelTerson day celebration in New York. was elected auditor by the Kentucky a tion of tho city, aud there were many Among other good things ho said: "If a democracy. At the close of the term he narrow escapes. was and again at the close of partisan is correctly defined as one who The negro, Bates, who shot Brake-mais violently and passionately devoted to this second term. During this time Maj. Cruse, near Somerset, barely escapby cent, I The Norman, the present auditor an I candi- a party or interest, must plead guilty to ed lynching when he was arrested aud of being a democratic parti3D; date, was in the office at the head of its the charge brought to to vn. colors wool most important bureau, the closest friend, san, so long as the democracy is true to of tho "PeoS. W. Chase, chairman lon the most trusted and be6t paid lieuten- its creed and traditions, and so long as ple's Party," says Judge W. Q. Gresh-haS2. is ant of his chief. During this time, also, conditions exist which, in my underwill he the pirty's candidate for Cheuoits, "Honest Dick" Tate was treasurer of the standing, make adherance to its doc- president in 1M)1 s 2oe Goods State and engaged in leisurely and safe trines synonymous with patriotism." Gen. Francis B. Spinola, the aged This will not be enjoyable reading for Congressman from New York citv, died Goods. Shoes. Oil ninth. ly pillaging the treasury. The history be sold, of that shameful episode dojs not need the mugwumps but the true blue will in Washington. He was long influential 5'c. 3c to be repeated. Before the close of his think the more of him for it. Mr. in New York politics. third term Gen. Hewitt thought it ad- Cleveland counseled a continuance of Gov. Morris, dein., has instituted levisable to resign the office. He did so tho campaign of education and the weed gal proceedings against Bulkley, who is only in name. His friend and right ing out of the party those who, claim- usurping the office of governor of Con bower, Maj. Norman, by a stipulation ing fellowship with ns, needlessly and of- necticut. The case will come oil' the A. made beforehand, was appointed to fill ten from the worst of motives, seek to 21th. At a lumber camp near Reno, Ark., out his term. His brother, Virgil Hew- stir up strife and sow discord in its .11 ANUS Main Street, Stanford, Ky, GAHHIGL, Jack Cassidy crushed his wife's skull itt, was made the aseistant auditor. The ounsels. with a club, and killed two men who old force of clerks, agents, Ac., wero reThe Louisville Post, the llopkiusville and was then hiniselfshot and tained, with but one or two exceptions. Kentuckian, the Anderson News and Bucklen's Arnica Salve Thelcal Mitcin the orkl fur cuti, brunt. practically the Hewitt ad- numerous other papers have in the last killed. It is 1t rheum, fever wires, trtler, chopore, uki It will take an army of experts three ped hand, r,ihilblam. corn and all Wih n.p ministration. It will remain so the next few days published highly flattering, ptlri, or no pay rctjuir and term, if .Maj. Xormnn is retained. We though no less appreciated, notices of weeks to count the millions upon mil- lions It n pomely cure Kivo peiUct MtnUiti 't, cd. eiwranlecd to l'rtcc J cent per 'm DKiIn Fayette Hew- our recovery, which we wish all our lions of silver dollars in the vaults at or money rctunded have no stones to throw at ! by A K 1'ennv, Sutilord, ky highest court in our State, readers could see, but modesty forbids a Washington, made necessary by achange l?or itt. But the in the cases of the Commonwealth vs. reproduction, tho' wo must be permitted to of treasurers. Lft Qrlppo AK'Un. VAICRS, CLOCKS AND JEWELS?. lMtpelat sa ' Dunn the epidemic of The presidential party proper con Tate and his sureties, has said of his ad- print this from our good friend Bichard-eo- n, for Cobmi"i'' New Dr. Knits' I hey departed on n ni ministration that but for culpable negCougland Cold, provtd to b the of the Glasgow Times, since the last sists of i: persons. untl ll confirm t h Hopottn from manv It merit Ihev were m honly quickly relirvf! i '' l office the part of it expresses how we feel about the Kith on tho mouth, at midnight. lect of duty in the auditor's JterTKepairiiifr neatlv and nronmt. KS Wt ak 1 1 nII nr--- f Tate robbery could not have been povsi-bl- e. the kind expressions that have come is to be hoped the superstition attached the dice left no bad alterbtewltvtuarantte V a4 wairt WlkVsV I I w a trial to true thi remedy ly done. Neither have we any stones to from nearly every peper in tho State: to the number will not find vent on this ou uill bo ktliried with renlt, or Ifce punh .v ' "! It hiw pne will be reiutideit throw at Maj. Norman, but ho is wear- "That Editor Walton, of tho Ixtkkiok occasion. Grippe, or any lhroat. Cht or I.uK lr. W' All ing the old clothes of Gen. Hewitt, and Joi'ii.VAi., is again in the harness is a The McCaull Opera Co. has canceled Tnil b.ittliirt A R l'moiy Dru M if I will take old pold or silver in exchange lor floods. (Stanford, Ky.) '' f they smell of fire and Dick Tate. The matter of congratulation to tho whole its dates at St. Paul, Minn., on account l.arf bottle. Hnppy Hooslors urgent need, the universal wish lor a Kentucky press. Walton is a primo fa- of the passage by the legislature of the Idnviile, Wm. general overhauling, sweepingand f vorite bill to prohibit women appearing in tights write 1 minion, po.lmmterot done mm Indian, fur me with every newspaper man in the "KJectrii. Hitter this office, hus not served even as State and it was almost worth his while on the stage. They did not aire to ap- than all other nwin cHiibwd, for that bad' kidwy and irubk. feMliiw riHK from a hint to the "Dj nasty." Tv'lvu years to get sick to learn what they think of pear in bloomers or drettes. John I.eli. farmer and aiockman, of me plair. the to KUctnc trough hus in no wise ap- him and read what they say of Wiel, member of the last Java "Find mrdw me, Hitter me k fed liVe kidat the public Hon. Myer made him." ney and liver " J. W Gardner, hardware merchant. ame legislature from Paducah, died of cerepeased its hunger. On the contrary, "I.Httnc lhtter l Imt the thin fur town.uT Tim Courier-Journa- l is waging a re- bral inflammation, Monday, aged (51. Ho a man 1o nail run down and don t care whethwhat a spectacle do we now behold! The found diea, office abandoned to the janitor and the lentless war upon the patch-worhad lived in Paducah most of the time er he lner felt juMlieUke he new atrenth, jjuod new lae on hat! appetite and rate, while the whole ship's crew of constructed by the late con. con.; since he came from Germany, and was lilt- Only sc a bottle at A. K. lVnny ' drug tore clerks, auditor s agents and what not, wic uwensuoro .Messenger will open up highly thought of by its citizens. drawing all the while their $.'1 to $10 per against it unless it is demonstrated that Sunday night Lucas Corn, the way The protection organs are praising the diem, are careering gayly over the State the new is an improvement on the old ward son of Elder Corn, attempted to McKinley Hill for wiping out the tarill" on freopas3es and bawling, each of them, constitution; tho Covington Common- commit tuicide by hanging himself in oiibiigarand having tho consumers of "A vote for Nor- wealth is against it, likewiso the Hop- - jail at Harrodsburg, where he 1ms been tl country $50,000,000 a year. If free at every man is a vote for vested rights and for Kiiisviiie ienuicKian, aim so are nu- imprisoned for some days for burglariz sugar is u good thing, what's the matter merous other influential papers. From ing his father's house a few week's since. with free blankets, free carpets, free MK!" A dispatch from Somerset says rail- gloves, five cloaks Ac. 7 Kvury word of The plain people are sick of it. The all we can gather the people are dead pa democratic party is being put to the against it, ton, though every delegate road officials declare that the division commendation which tho blush by it. Plainly, it has started a that wo have seen asserts to tho contrawill not be removed from that place. pers bestow upon free sugar is a slap at small breeze. Let thb party managers, ry and predicts its approval by a tre- The company has accepted the (52 acres protection. Kant-o- City Mar. little and big, seo to it lest what is now mendous majority. The latter have not of available land upon which to erect a Tlio Flnoat on Earth. but a healthful breeze of private senti- been among the people long enough to new round house, shops and additional Dayton K R. U The Cincinnati, Hamilton ment should swell into a cyclone of pub- know, or they would whistle another the only line running Pullman' I'erlected Safety lic wrath. Our old democratic craft is tune. Perhaps they are whistling anyThe University Club at Louisville Vestihuled train, with Chair. Parlor, nnd Dining Car service between Cincinnati, has made an assignment. It was prenot assured of smooth sailing in any case. how to keep their fourat'o up. and Chicago and i tho only line 'through Keclminc Chair Car between Cin-- c paring to build a handeome house when It may fare all the better if we keel haul nnati, Keok.uk and Springfield, III. and Sleeping The Executive Committee of the Ken- a w was adopted prohibiting card Cir Cincinnati to MaiMnaw; and the it and scrape ofi the barnacles. Already Only "censorious, ill persons" are whispering tucky Press .Association has arranged the playing. This action was opposed by ISctween Cincinnati, Dtroct Lino I olcdo, DeDa) ion Lima, darkly about the late crim. con. at Frank- programme for the Paducah meeting, many of the most active members ami troit, the Lake Region and Canada. the State el 'IheroidU nc of the olde&i in fort and seeking to father the 7 months' which occurs June 4th. President I'rey the result was a split which wrecked the Ohioand the only tine entering Cincinnati over 5 itupm miles ol doublH track, aim irunma bastard on tho Great Unterrilled. The Woodson will respond to the welcoming club. peed, comfort and According to theYoport made at tho more than auurciu patron of a Idress and Oliver J. Cromwell, D. E. afetv party, praise the Lord, is stout both TukeKnn alo everywhere, and ee that they heart and loins, but two such burdens O'Sullivan, Arch Pool, Pat McDonald, meeting of the grand lodge this week nt read C . II .VI), either in or out of Cincinnati, Knights of Honor order Indiananolii or Toledo. as the new constitution and a plundered Dan M. Bowmar and others are down Louisville, the K. O McCORMICK, treasury would break the back of Atlas. for papers. The annual oration will bo has paid out in the IS years of its exist-oncGeneral I'aMengerand 'ticket Agent. $9,000,000 for sick benefits and delivered by T. 11. Arnold, of the Miles' Norvo nnd Llvor Plllu The annual banquet of tho Alumni News mid tho poem by T. G. $31,513,1507.00 for death benefits. The Acton a new principle regulating the liver, Association of the Virginia University Watkins of tho Courier-JournaThe membership isi;50,120. The average cost tnnuch and bowel through the nerve A new GO TO- diicovery Dr. Mile' Pills tpceilily cure ltliou was held in Louisville Monday night chairman of tho committee, Mr. Edw. to the member is $1 25 a month. nes,bjd tatte, torpid liver, piles, conitipatien when Mr. Thomas Nelson Page added W. Leigh, Assistant Secretary of State, When John Estep, a horte thief, re- Cneoualed for men women, children' Smalleit dose 25 further laurels to his brow by respond- writes that the programme is far from turned to his home in Pulaski, after serv- mildest, tureil. 50Stanford. ccuti. Sample free at A. It Penny', ing very eloquently to the toast: "The complete aud that he will arrange one ing a sentence of two years, his neighWllkOBColtS3.600. Want of a History for the Southern Peo- of the best ye, eujoyed. bors celebrated the event by hanging F. llarnum.of Maitland, Mo., write under Courier-Journa- l publishes it of scaring him from date ol Oct 25th a follow: "1 enclovc you order ple." The him, with tho hope The president and his party are swing- the section. They left him up too long for Quinn's Ointment. Thobottlr I received from in full together with the talented young FOR- you sometime aince ha saved a fine Wilkes colt w 01th $,5,500 Virginian's picture, which shows that ing the circle in tho finest railway train and when cut down ho was apparently lor It is a grand remedy." Ask druggist for It striking time lias wrought much change in his ever seen. Mr. Harrison gets in a speech dead. Ho revived, though, and heard of our wherever it will do tho most good, tho' for tall timber, has not been appearance since we know him Borne 2o Ttiousaiiclrt lnlsoiiCf!. it must be confessed that they are not since. years ago. In ft rcc nt nrl: 01 Henri Uiceasc, Or great speeches. Down at Jonesboro, Frunltlln Mllr MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. tiiu noted man; Howard kiniiiiiiK fuel. Thousands of Knowing the piopensity of heirs to Tenu., he got funny and quoting from people tiro fcinftiy poumilii;; llieinsi-lvThe Advocate says Albert Hommcl, & GARDEN SEEDS, thimp by the tie of tun rottr. tocontest wills and charge that the testa- Scripture said, parenthetically: ".My postof Danville, and Miss May G. Talbott, of bacco uni uicuhoi. TMouaiu Heart Whips, tor was of unsound mind, Mr. Barnum master general is near and if I fall into causing It ri it rapidly Hint wem will bo married on the liii; It out.toprouiii'iiitf shortness of i when had himself examined by a number of error ho willcorrect me." This wonder- Williamsburg, jams 19th. The prospective bride is a sister nnd fulnt fcpel.s. In hiiIu unit !ioulUi;r, liunffry medical experts the day his was made and ful piece of wit is said to have produced rnmliy eurl fn Inn- anil of this county. death Kor weakened nnd Irritated heart got their certificates that he was of great laughter among his hearers. It is of Miss Dovio Talbott, tho uhere hlirlily recommend tho No i llr.irt Ciin- l c,.vnre.l by Dr. Franklin 'sound mind and disposing memory." very funny and we shall expect each of Tho meeting that Hev. Hen Helm is MllM.wlilclilsIiiri.ii out A.U.rennv'.Slanfor-He wauted his $5,000,000 to go exactly our readers to break forth in violent fits conducting at Rowland, assisted by The Wonderful of cachennatiou. as ho wanted it and consequently took Tho hlyl c,t Ktructiirii In 1I13 wor-c- Is rifTel "Uro. Joe" Hopper, is growing in gratho crc.it this precaution. The precedent is n The Kentucky contingent got left on cious results. The church is crowded Towor, at l'.iru. j.imjo feet hicii. Hul1trla.11 to dlMxncry or Ue Ml!c M good one for rich men to follow. tower fur iitim 1,1 promoting tuition tho revenue agency, relinquished by nightly and Wednesday night 8 came health, TJit;, vroridnrful nervo liu Id, up tforniiut Hti ins, euros tits, Mr. Wilmoro and there will bo some forward and professed religion. The The republicans deny that the tarilTiB spasms, ion, ilizzl more disgruntled individuals, to who&e meeting will continue till further no- ness, ftlcoplessneis nervous monthly pulns, a tax and yet they are shouting vocifertroubles, utc Mrs. Jolni li. Miller, of Valpatice. raiso, nd , nn J D. T.i)lor or l.oj.uisport, ously over the reduction in the price of number the distribution of the spoils is Inil culiicd '.'1 ponriil a mnnlli The liii: tannery atMitlillcsboro, which it. .Finely illutirutiil troiiuiseou wlnlo taking tho removal of the taritl caus- rapidly adding. The fortunate man is sugar that Clarence Moore, of West Virginia, a covers 10 acres, commenced operations eae" nnd Niirnpi. botllo or tlm imrvous ills. JUMoratlre ed. If BUgarsellsat 2 cents li pound Ncr of Commissioner, who Vedne6ilay. It to the largest in the It. vine. Iruo ut A. It. I'onny's wlio cuarautce less without the tariff than with it who young friend upthofew fences for a wauted to fix himself world, and belt leather only will be tanpays the difl'erence? The consumer, of for future use. ned. tariLTisa tax and a for and course. Then the Mil. J. B. Mahtin, the excellent genone in most instances very heavy A Queer Lairmlt. tleman from Barren, has addressed a "Castorla Is so well adapted to children that Crutorla cures Colic, Constipation, I recommend tt as superior to any prescription A man in Newark, N. J., bought a When Doby was sick, we gave her Castorta. Hour Stomach, Dlarrhtro. Eructation, president has appointed Euos II. letter to the democracy of tho State askThe Kills Worms, give bleep, and promotes 21. A. Archer, M. D., known to me." Nebecker, of Indiana, U. S. treasurer. ing its endorse oaent of his candidacy for clock. The family up stairs refused to When she was a Child, aba cried for Castorta. Ill Bo. Oxford Bt, IlrookJjn, N, Y. I Without injurious medication. adorn the clerk of the Court of Appeals. Mr. Mar- buy one, as they could hear his strike. When she became Hiss, she clung to Castorta. This is a beautiful name to He set his clock half an hour ahead of Tu Crhtadr Country, 77 Murray Street, V. Y. greenbacks, but if he will write it like tin made a gallant race for tho nomina- time, and they cow sue him for so deiag When she bad Chiiarea, she gar them Castorta. did his, no one will tion before and his friends are as warm and causing them to aria tee mhIj. old man Spinner for him now as then. know what it is. Detroit Free Press. for plain speaking is badly needed. Wo ous and sundry of tho provisions. have failed, as will be seen in the following list of prices. JUgh price and combination prices hare no show with us. shall try also not to be offensive. DID YOU EVER SEE THE LIKE? n following items sold all competitors at 25 per more: Men's Suits at $3, worth $5; Men's black Worsted Suits at $5, worth Men's Cuxsimcre Suits in light $0, worth $Ut; Rous' Suits, all 50 upwards. Our line of knee suits Pants, from. complete, suoh as Cassi meres and Worsteds at astonishijiUu low Jerseys, Tricots, up. Special bargains in Dry rices. Children knee pants from ri,,bV Hats. Ca.mcts. j lotions. Gents' Furnishing at a yard, for this week only at All Calicoes will 1, THE LOUISVILLE STORE I'KIIAXSKY, Proprietor. AM) Managers. to-da- y R0BT. FENZEL, l)uiy -a bl wTA TTttjfe &rr uum I al - Work Warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. !- clean-ingo- Iit -- bt new-ma- n STBAWHATS. Just Opened. k cou-cer- u - cross-road- An Elegant Line high-taril- l' s A-- side-track- Slet-pin- run-i.n- by-la- NO OLD GOODS IN STOCK. in e, Stagg & McRoberts. -- 1 Mid-dlesbo- ro l. 11 J, B. FOSTER'S FIELD Spading Forks, Hoes, Rakes, &c, &c. 1110 New York Seed Potatoes, wealc-enln- p cr.i-ui.ill- bri-ull- I - ud-d- piensL-Vvr- - l Tcr. l lirppl-ncfsnti- d rnedl-clu- o I pro-.tr.i- t I JlV: M ;i f:l Children. U- - Infants if I JX. M .jiiw -. ..,,., .mSdM vsMtlrrMttitiatlMiilEMfcifcjat . c,. ,..4,Kiaafrv.,J,MWRs i ul7T i5!f'wrwww!rnM5riiiippf7H! aaJajiSBrMlMruyrlrWrariaMrlWrrrrrMlrrr " . ' , . -- mL: " rwa m tiig-..acw- ..ri ...J u,.ZL'.!JmrBrrrrrrrr,n'rETi wswriiarsili a.StlgSgJifT:M ...i,, iMMLlM w-a- - ..-- ., - -- -t- - ?- -. 1 ,ii -- , - r v - - t r- - - irffry" Semi-Week- ly InteriorJoukkal Ivy , FnFxii lot of Zuiglcr Uros.' H. SlinnkH'. Staniokd, - Ai'itn. 17. 1SH1 tt.o. wawon, uuH.ManuRer MEANS BUSINESS. e Voi'u niTntuit witl Buttle nml in due ntitl rwuly. Call obliio A. It. IVimy. POINTS. PERSONAL 1)ii. V. I. l.irrciiKii, of Danville, wim Iiiih here yoHtonlny. Mist) S.vi.1.11: from a viwil to Mi us I.utii; -- l)rii)i:it.it nituniuil Kka.i.ky Iiiih riitunied from a visit to l.otiinvillt;. Maj. John 1). Uaiiiiih, of MmliHon, wilt) in town Wt'iliii'Hilay. Mit. W. 0. l'o, of Demur, Col., in the Kiit'dt of his cousin, V. K. Tribhle. T. M. CiOODKNIUIIT, lv)H., MI'llt to Mt. Vernon on Ii'kmI busine) yestenluy. Miifl. Jos. Sai.imikii, of Paris, is the lHU'ht of her sinter, Mrs. Max ManeH. Miw. A. (!. Hahti.and Iiuh returneil from a visit to telntive at Lexington. .Miss Jkxnik tioiiiu.s', of (iurr.inl, lathe Kiiest of Minhcri Hetttiu ami Fox IVnuiiiK-ton- . )- e- Miw. (i. X. Hhadi.ky hns been visiting hiTBon, Mr. It. (J. Itrailley, in IIutroilH- - Cait. It. ti. Ciiaio is at Flat Hock, Bell county, funning with thu tinny tribe. L M, Kkui, of MuHtonville, linn npiin reHiimeil his pohit ion us clerk at the My ers House. Mu. A. A. Waiiiiks wan in Iinlsvillo in this week, rejiretieiitiuK Hope the K. of II. meeting Mu. A. It. I'kn.ny ia sjieiullai: a few ilayawith hia ilauchter, Mrs. It. It. Ma hony, at Coluuihiii, Tenu. Miw. J. 15. C11AMHKIU.AIN ami liiiiinii-lor- , Ana, of J unction City, have been viMtiug Mrs. l'okiu T. Court. MlMua Jk.n.nik Faii.ks'iiii ami .!r.uo Walker, of tinrrartl, will uriiv thia ev unitiK to visit MrH. liirue H. Hruce. Mu. S. 11. 1!aiaha.v went down to yooturday to look after his in olino; of Soott Karris, at that JIUU. Mu. A. UiiMAMm whh hi town Wed himself lntiuh lieaday mid pleiiM'd uitli tint I)iiUville Stora's busi.Miss fly-urn, ness. Mtull.C. TnoMrwiN hna moved bin family from l'rovideni'u to where he will likely aj,'nin p into the coal busiiii'M. .Miss Dovin I T.w.wtt hns returned from u viit to her sistur. .Miss Mary, nt Williamsburg, who haa recovered from hur spoil of fever. Tin: Itichmoiid Climax miya that Dr. J. 11. S. Friabie, of Kirksvilli', ia dan . Koroiialy ill, but wo hojio hu will pull through all rinht. Miw. Cieoiiok I). Wuakiin, lUTompan-leby .Muster Itarm-- and little .Miss and Misa Manme Alford went to louiaville Tueailay. Mil. Jajiw) Moi'aKl( of Contry county, Mo., who haa been viaitiu hia brother, Thomas HoiiHe, returned home yesterday, Thia ia the tirat time these broth-er- a have met for .15 yeara. H d Ja-ni- u - Mn. A.vii Mna. L. C. Ai.nm.v,ofGreeiih-burB- , piissed through Tueaday to Ijincaa-te- r to visit relative. "Wink" is urowini; tleahier while hia already handsome wife ia Kcltinc better looking. Mils. IIki.i.k liritxaniK paaaed back to Mt. Vernon, Wedneaday, on her return from the burial at Paint Lick of her er-in-law, Mr. Jack Huruaide, a'Cil 7S. fath- Only two children atirvive him, Mr. Mcl.nin and J. (i. Hurnaide. Mn. Jons (5. l'n.i.iAM, who used to hold a casein thia ollico and who is well known in this aection, took a prize at n "Zoological party" at HarrodaburK. The paper from which we ot our information failed to statu what kind of n wild beast theyouiiK man represented. CITY AND VICINITY. girl. Rons, to the wife of J. L. Totton, n Apply at Fou Rknt. Two gardens. this beni-Btitch- ofllce. . .. Skk our now ohalliea, ginghams, black Indiu linens, Pongcso, black lawns, Ac. Severance A Son. ed - Accoiidi.vu to nctnal count there nre ns many Wnlter A. Wood machines in this county uh all other makes conibin-e- J' ... My lino of clothingcau'tbebeat. Come A rocKET-iioonnd look. Prices J5 per cent, less than len from Mr. M. F. Fdkiu's resilience any houso in Lincoln county. Joe S. about dark Monday evening. Tho famJones. ily waa out watching a bicyclist perforin 1Iavi.no changed my stock back to my and Mr. Elkin saw a person leave the old atand on Depot street, 1 will bo glad l.ouse, but ho paid no attention to him to have my old friends ns well as new nor thought of him again till tho pocket-boowas found to bo missing. Tho ones call and see me. - B. F. Rout. r t money belonged to Mrs. F.lkin and was Mu. A. 0. Sink is making many tho fruit of her hard county court day's in bis cottago on Maiu street. work. Marshal Newland waa informed A verandnh, a bay window or two nnd Tuesday morning nnd has since been other changes will make it unrecoguiza-bi- watching out for the thief. The pocket-boo- k oven to tho 1111m who built it. was found not far from the house, opening this Spring, but of course it was empty. A number I wiMhavfl no but I have on hand and will continue to of colored boys, whoso actions have been keep a very handsome stock of millinery suspicious to Mr. Newland, have been which I invite the ladies of this vicinity searched, but no clue has yet been found. to call and ee. Mrs. Katie Elkin. K HiifiT indigo blue prints only 5 cents Look. Karly Itoso nnd Burbank Irish per yard, at Cash IJ.irK.1ii1 Store. 'Joe potntoes, Northern Brazil Swee otatoes and onion Bets just arrived. B. F. Ron t, W S. Jones. Fitnsii bind ret h's garden eceds at K. 1 FAULCONER, Danville, Hoylc County, Ky. A. T. Nun.vkm.ky has moved his fihpe Depot street. IL McItol)ert. nnd harness shop to hia livery stable on Cai.U'oii.via dried Peaches, Apricots, Dhi.kiiitkii, room for rent. Mra. V. Depot street. Apples, mixed nnd straight Pickles and 1. 'unnelley. MA3IBKINO 37x5, sSioo ShkA.T. Nunnelley's binders before dried Beef Hams just received nt A. A. Flowkii crock-- of every description nt you buy as) hu is repreaentinj- - The Win. Warren's "Model Grocery." 513X, A. A. Warren'a Model (irocery. 50 to DeeriiiK Co., the best made. liRAi'Tiri'i. weather has prevailed for S. 1x048, 54o to Wantkii, 100,(KX) pounda wool. Hii;h-e- st Rkad. Joe Severance, Jr., is iiKont for n week, vet wo liavn't heard of a (iiiali market price. A.T. Niinnelley, a fanner planting corn, owing perhaps tho Walter A. Wood harvesting maPONY, $10 Stanford. . chines. Ask your neighbor as to their to the wetniss of the ground. lit) to Joe S. Jnnea' Caah H.irpiiu Store merits. ABDAliLAH MAMDRINO 371G ire ofGenovii S. 2 u,(, lftle ione, , M,.tle ,, Owi.vo to the fwilureof the K. C. to ,1 y. o , . .Vi, llm.e M. u ,,. jfuinine S.. 2 ,S, Keller V. 2 Smo and cot one of those flue hooka, iftc. just film, of CharWon , ,7. Iji.Iv t.ay , 2jH, W10.ie.nont 2 aS. Wawona 2 a 8VTe "phoneorntoii a ami a 13,, &rt,ma Now ia tho time for Spring clean- arrive, Miss Klla Watson, fearing her Nu 2 3S and otl.er with ren.nli lower tlinn a 30 Hy AI..MONT from auction. 11. for wall paper, alabastino and ready mail would not go, sent it over here from ing, LECTURER 10502, liroth-- to Aimoor 2 iH. ire.l !y KI.KC'I IONEER Sirco! o'tjj MIo Alto a .Munzamta Uj 2 16, 1 16. Noral i;'4, ,,U Cou Wm.tii was the fortunate winner mixed paints. Go to W. 11. McRoberts' Lancaster by her assistant, Mr. F.ph. a ,oM, 2 10', amii5i,inorr t , performers.Allteeo hor, I6 hand 2high, loaled igg', ,1), !ov a 10 t Hay Antt;.lo im nf Afliintir...!. da laniie Brown. of the ffiO aet of harness rallied oil' by W. for them. CHIMES 0810. brother to Silvcronc a ii,',- Sired by AI.O ONK ?Ja, record a 27. it. Carson it Son. 'J!j do kn ladies' mid mioses' .una blouses a iM Quartermatir a n . Tin: L. A N. announces the comple- aire 01 rtiirjun noinen koi a IQX, Hay hore, i Innili hih, foaled iij. nt dam Silverlock Idam of SiUerene a Erena 1 a4', etr., ell 19 Hoi'HHKijm-Kiwant of table linun, nnd boyV waists, opened thia morning. tion of its road to Big Stone Gap. This in . HAVJiijun.010 y in sis mre 01 24111 ajonst Hy wool lord Mambrino 3 ttii. Uv opens a fine territory and also gives us horM?, is'j hands liifh, foilrd Dam iittie. record a 18 lull miter to Effic Dean towels, lace curtina and scrim Severance it Son. t aUl by napkins, Hanbtetonianio.iiri'ol Outer a ij'i, Nettie a 18. SlrroNi a 10 trotters and the dami of 71 S 10, should examine our atock. Severance A Of gents' furnishing department is another line to the seaboard more direct tirandslreofMaurt.Maid a 14, Jay Eye See a andSt. Juhcn a ntf, .Matey Cobb 2 nji, Harry Willet a 14 about 900 otlurs :n 2 30 list. 1 14, Goldsmith Son. full of choice things in shirts, drawers, than anv other. QUININES. 11040, record 22 M md Mtr to (leiieva S a ioV( and Mattie It. vcnr-o', piunntr in mare list Isy AIIIMI.EAII Cait. J. B. DoiiiI.as has a spring 724, i Kllaa Hopkins, dam ofmiiiinin. mc great lirood S ?(nl?. Mntli. If. vfvtrilil r MAMIinlNO iC Mu. F. M. Waiik will net uh my aent underwear, night shirts, neck ties, socks, idlivt. I.ellev.-3 ms on. ri. .!... utdam Ac. Severance A Son. at,'i, by Ocloroon.sireol dam of Wm. bingerly 2 i&'jand Sir Knight a ajJ. chicken that has two mouths mid which at McKinnev and will pay the hiuhi'st eats with both, It, is a curiosty indeed, cash price for wool. See one 0 ua beOi.D Aunt Faster .Shanks, the old colfore aellini:. A. T. Kunnelley. ored woman who used to sit around her but, by thu way, inot any kind of n spring chicken would bo a curiosity nt Foil ltnxT. A couple of houses in home on Ijinraster street asleep most of the present time. Rowland, with four rooms each, proper- her time, died Wednesday of cancer. Skvkha l people think that the county of M. Peyton. Good yards nnd plenRkad thu history of the wonderful life ty of water mid conveniently located. of Showman Bariium, to be found in cil has allowed an election day for its I laving recently purchased of Mr. J. F. Iloldam his stock of GENW. A. Tribhle. this issue. He made his millions by ad- successors to pass unnoticed, but they are ERAL MERCHANDISE, to which we have since made large addimistaken. The last election was held on The attention of the Kaat Knders is vertising. Go thou and do likewise. the 1st Saturday in April, 1S!)0, nnd the tions in every department, which gives us a large and complete stock called to the advertisement of W. K. A )Ki.i.ow named Charles Cnpeharte, board has yet a year to serve. consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, HardPerkins. Ho has recently located at employed by Idol A Proctor, Danville, On account of the engine springing a ware and Queenswarc and Furniture, also a large and Crab Orchard nnd intends to sell hia worked the citizens of Williamsburg by irooda nt such prices as to mako it to means of forged notes, Ac, and on being leak, the K. C. did not leave Rowland stock of Men's, Hoys' and Youths' Clothing, all of which will be sold their interest to buy of him. with till 11 o'clock yesterday, but with its fast at Rock Bottom Prices. Please honor us with a call and examine our arrested and held in bail for Dr. J. G. Mooru ns surety, skipped for Hying propensities it is.probable that it stock and prices. Tin: water works people tell us that parts unknown. It !s said that be is be- was not much late when it reached RichCSRcmembcr our terms arc strictly cash or produce. o'A'iiiK to the eiiKiiueiiieiits of their enmond. Hasn't the L. A X. got more gineers elsewhere they have not been hind with his linn $100. Very Respectfully, than one engine? able to bi'Kin work, but will soon. They Tin: duelling belonging to Mr. J. It. The young ladies of the Literary Class promised to im'kmi April l and luivo wa- Russell, of the Halls Gap vicinity, was through their main Auutif-- t burned Tuesday morning, together with will hold a Chaucer meeting at the Colter in town Crab Orchard, Ky. J. F. Ci'mmins, Salesman. lege this, Friday, evening, nt 2 o'clock 1st. the entire contents. A defective flue The nlumnii', members of tho board K.viniirs of Ho.noh, Attbntion. A was the cause and several members of of trustees, the clergy, all teachers and meeting of Hope LoiIki', No. U, K. of II., the family barely escaped being caught falling timbers. His wife, who such others as feel an interest in literary will be hold at Odd Fellows Hall Friday by the matters are invited. This will bo a litniKht, April 17, IMU, at which the pres- was very ill, was frightlyso severely that erary and musical treat and will con- 0&& ence of every member is desired. By she is now in a precarious condition. duel to tho pleasure of those invited. order of the Dictator. A. A. Warren, There was no ini:mnce and the loss, which was Mr. It.'a all, falls very heavi -- t Keporb r. Tin: tnnlpractiee suit of II. A. PleasHas the largest and ly on him. ants against Dr. Steele Bailey was called . Tin; MlddlfslKiio Democrat ia ftuhtiiiK' 7 nkn.nA rm. I)n. Ham., who created such favoni-bl- e at lfl.ItO o'clock yesterday by Judge Morffc&& MOST COMPLETE STOCK the "bloody HriUsh" with n relentless fit .21 impression here a few row, who was promptly on the bench at rfl lecturer n hand. It srh that they have made 2tsnti irTi. S 11 OF ft about all they oxmct to out of murker at months ago, has lMen secured by the the appointed hour. Little ditlicultv Christian Kndeavor for n return tlate. was had in securing a jury and the panel "Magic City" and nre now th "Walelies to boom Arthur mid liarrovate, 011 the Tho subject of bis lecture will be "Hap- was soon made up as follows: W. L. Dawson, Sidney Dunbar, William Perpy Homes," and it will be delivered in ever shown in Stanford at prices Tuunaisne side of the niountsin. Walton's Opera I louse, A pril 30th. Tho kins, JoeSwope, G. It. Fugleman, G. as low as the lowest. Wn are glad to learn that Rev. Allen press nil over the country is high in M. Hi veils, J. P. Goode, John Myers, W. in the State, Butt has not loht his mind, as at first re praise of the lecturer and the George- S. Wigham, Matt Sandidge, J. B. McRemember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s pnrtid. He Millered paffllysia of the town Tiiuesof this week says that "Hap- Kinnev and P. S. Hughes. Col. Brad- who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to tongue and hia inability to make himself py Homes" is brimful of eloquence, wis- - ley lreing nimble to attend tho plaintih" send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old understood led to the btdiof that his doin mid wit. is represented by Col. R. J. BreckinYour trade and work is solicHe is better now his mind was none. ridge, Robert Harding and F. F. Bobbitt; gold and silver taken at market price. The Central Kentucky Medical Asso- Dr. Bailey has Col. Welch. Judge Sauf-le- y ited and I guarantee satisfaction. as he is So years of ok he can not but A. R. PENNY. ciation met in the Circuit Court room at laut long. and Miller A Owsley. The testimo10 o'clock Wednesday morning, with ny is progressing rapidly and the case Mk. J. II. Mim.kii, who received a Dr. T. A .Meredith, of Burgin, will likely get to the jury call to bwomu n candidate for the in thu chair. There weru pros legislature, declines for personal reasons, ent -- 3 members, representing thu counNKW AIIVKUT1SKJI EXTS. much to the regret of his friends who ties of Mercer, Anderson, Boyle, , know his democracy and recognie his Rockcaptle and Lincoln, as follows. other sterling quaiitiKS. He says there Dr. T. 0. Meredith, Burgin; Dr. H Ky. never was a time when the best man Brown, Dr. Ed Alcorn, Hufetonville; Dr. Garden Seeds of All Kinds, also Gardin Rakes and Hoes at was greater needed to go to Frankfort, Fayette Dunlap, Dr. John C. Bogle, Dr. AT LKXINGTON and we hope soon to announce that one E.M. Green, Jr.. Danville; Dr. II. C. has been found. 28 Cartwright, Dr. W. Jasper, Junction And Close May 11. Twelve Days. report of City; Dr. Win. Webb, Bryantsville; Dr. City Council submits Tin: the resources and liabilities of the citj Davis,yalvisB: Dr. Powell l.ipelov, Mc Five Grand Races Each Day. which shows that the resources exceed Afee; Dr. Jackson Brown, Mt. Vernon, Commence at a o'clock tnnlard time. the liabilities SLSRirtf, li;0.5:lof which Dr. J. W. Purdom, Mitchellsburg; Dr. J. Big line of Glassware just received and cheaper than anywhere. ia cash. It may be hardly fair to esti- S. Wesley, Middleburg; Dr. I). L. Fry, Reduced Fare on All Railroads. . and other stocks at Kirksville; Dr. J. F. Peyton, Dr. 17. mate tho turnpike Electric Cars run directly to the gate. par though the county paid doller for Cook, Dr. 11. Reid, Dr. Steele Bailey, Dr. c& II Fl RfiUSON. J V K0IIINS0.V, J Secretary dollar within a year for same. There J. G. Carpenter, Dr. 0. Fowler.Stnnford; I'rcMdent. are two items that might have been and by invitation the druggists mid densmall tists of thu city. made more explicit but that is Dr. Bailey delivered an ad Jress of welthing; is so good. "Spring is here, and it's a hummer of a rosey-posematter when the report come, in which he accounted thu many Very soon it will be Summer, then of course it wont be Spring." Wants a I'aiiiio.v. Samuel Teeters, advancements made by this association, This handsome younc stallion will be permitted father of William Teeters, who shot Mar- and he trusted the future for its yielding to serve ,i few rnarvs shal Nowland and got four years in tho corresponding results in tho field of sc At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Gardening time has come and you will find penitentiary on compromise, waa over entitle investigation. Ho u a bay, is'4 hand hieh, 3 years old and is from Garrard this week trying to get He i by Hutchison Chief, No. Dr. E. M. Green, Jr., of Danville, opor-e- d a t)ical saddler i.4jo. by Messenger Chief. Iltuchison Chiefs signatures to a paper naking Gov. Buck-no- r the regular debate with n paper on first dam by Sentinel, jd dam by Alexander's Ab to pardon hia son. He met with lit- "Hemorrhoids," with special reference dallah, y dam by Ked Jacket .MeenRer Chief Pilot; 1st dam by Mamhrmo .Missin-cetle or no succesa. It is generally conced- to treatment. This brought out a lively by Abdallah by Mambrino Chirf, 3d dam by Imp.t. id dam Napoleon. ed that Teeters should servo nt least his discussion from nearly every member. "MODEL Denmark Chiefs 1st dim was sired by Stunpter ho by Denmark he by entire hentence for his cowardly crime. Cpon reassembling nt o'clock i. m., a (iiiines A Cromwell's Goddard's Denmark, the race Denmark, he by If olllccrs are not protected when they recess having been taken for dinner, Dr. horse Dcnr.iark, he hy Imp Hedirefotd. His ad are doing their duty, wo hail as well dis- Ed. Alcorn, of Ilustonville, rend the re- dam as bv On Time, ,d dam by Red I.ion A large and select stock of N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, Whitejand Red pense with them. I vtill also stand at amo place my fine mule jack port of tho Section of Obstetrics and GynOnion Sets, Deans, Peas, &c, in bulk and an endless varietyVof L. A N. will begin a short while ecology, nfter which Dr. Carpenter, of Tin: Landrcth's, FcrrX's and Crossman's Garden Seeds in papers and lengthen tho switch at this placo some Stanford, read n paper entitled "Lessons to packages. Also Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, &c. Tho discussion l!y Hnbble's I'rince, the sire ol llrignoli and Joe 'J')Q or!!00 feet and it is more than probu-bl- o irom n Post Mortem." Hlaclkbiirn, that several warehouses will bo of tlie two papers was then considered At Eight Dollars to Insure. built along tho extension. Tho firm of together and most of the afternoon was propose to build occupied in this way. B. K. A W. II. Wearen Mares parted with forfeits the insurance. There was n nice exhibition of new I.. I). OARNKK, a large coal house, while Mr. George 1). Crab Orchard, Ky. 13 Wearen is contemplating the erection of instruments, books, pathological specimens and nuw remedies. Tho president an immense wareroom for his vurious Having Removed My Stock- kinds of business. Mr. J. B. Higgins made thu following appointments: Section on Practical Medicine, report has nindo preparations to build a large HY METROPOLITAN 137J, for his coal and other business in July next, by Dr. Purdom, of Mitchhouse Son of Rywlyk's Hambletonijii. and will begin at once to do so, on tho ellsburg. by Wood Chief, 79a, Sire of Section on Anatomy and Surgery, in DamJOETTE, Kolniton, 2 auVv lower portion of the switch. October, by Dr. J. G. Carpenter, Stan- - Metropolitan, by Rysdyk's Hambletouian, dam Back, to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can containing So.") was stoHyacinth by oluntoer, randam Clara, Bliot'B nt S. MAPLE SHAQE BREEOfNG FARM. - ABIJAI.I.AII ) the Season. . .. m IIAVEIXK Insure. QUININE TURNER, SHETXANIJ Insure. to Insure. ,u -- ,, r SII-iVE- - 13- 17-,- , Mlvt-ron- 1 11 ",. 111 ii ne 1 r. I 'B Clin-Mo- I NEW STORE, KEW GOODS, KEW PRICES. m m well-assorte- t-- 00 W. E. PERKINS, The Old Reliable -- Jewelers in the Lead. "32? .,,, , A. R. Penny 11 11 pri'-mrin- i: a m and Jewclrj ilat-terin- g t, to-da- y. Gnr-rard- N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, Association Races, Will Commence April 11 FARRIS&HARDIN'S. FAS.HIS HAHDXIT. y 11 Denmark Chief. -- 11 At A. A. WARREN'S GROCERY" 1 -- FRINGE, JR REMOVED. -- RJXTGOLD. Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, No- Kan-m- e tions, Etc., ford. k Section on Materia Medien nnd Therapeutics, in January, 1802, by Dr. II . riummer, Harrodsburg. Section on Obstetrics nnd Gynecology, in April, 1S92, by Dr. Fnyetto Dunlap, Danville. The subject for discussion nt tho next meeting will bo "Dysentery, its Etiology and Treatment," by Dr. Powell Lnpsley, o dam of Dexter and Dictator, by Seely's American Star. Metropolitan is acknowledged to be one of the best and bv many the very best bred stallion uver mated. Hisfull sister Relna Victoria, sold at the salo for $7,035 hlRhest price ecr paid for a brood mare at public sale 'I u o fillies by Metropolitan, neither of which were eer hooktd single, sold at public salt) forjijc. aeraglii(; $662 50 llloo.l Chief, by ltlood's lilack Hawk, dam Mist Duncan by Scolt's Highlander, grandam by Ara lus, 3d dam bv 1 Imoleou lllood Chief sired Woo. ley fun a 29 Fannie Robinson a joj and Chief a 3t3. ltlood's lilack Hawk sired the dams of Von Acnlm 1 I9V1 and Almcnt, Jr , asO ami grandam of llelle llrasncld aao and l'mtiene 2 18. Rlnjold Is ij' , hands high and extremtdy fine of McAfee. an.l stjllsh. Will make the season of '91 at my a miles North of Delegates were appointed to tho Amer- stable at MoreUud, and Danville pike, Ilustonville on the Ilustonville at $10 to ican Medical Association, which meets InHure a Living Colt. Lien retained on all colts. f mare Is rebred to another horsu or trailed in Washington City, May 5, 0 and 7, money will be due. Grass furnished at $150 per prevent accidents or escapes Care taken prox. After a vote of thanks to the doc- mouth responsibilitytoshould any but no for their courtesy, the O A. Hoover of KInesvllIe.Pa. I have employed tors of Stanford for me this season, Ilehas put 9 to association adjourned to meet in Har- thedr)ve list. I have a splendid track nnd horses In 2 jo will hanrodsburg on the 3d Wednesday in July dle a tew horses besides my own at reasonable prices. For particulars address W. S. WIGHAM, Moreland, Ky. next. 1 oci-u- r. ij-J- iu sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. All kinds of produce taken tn exchange. IB. IP. IROTTT. v i 4 t THE WIILILAMB LATE ALEXANDER'S HOTEL,; THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. W. II. LOCAN. A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. Rates $2.50 Per Day. Court-Hous- e, Manar. M As lis- SsJjH. M . -- . .. .. .' ?rl4i -- J. J. ,,, &HiUMHUdteWM& ( pmvivwii&mM Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Avinu 17. 1S91 A SUNLESS WORLD. SwsFonn, Kv If tlio Kind Ban wore iloml.n nhclit A:nl lliuarful uislit of jiuco, A i old. nnnlUtlatliw Hllsrht Likju our fair world's face t'he tvomlotM of the mw)!is, 1iU A nil soothttiK r;in. the Rvntlo (lowers, lUvurrunt slimmer, unit the bent Of ixvsIon hearted liour.-i- W. P . W A. lT O N . A Clear statement of the Dehring Question. Sea the sheet he was wearing as a kind of Roman toga, and handing it to Peter said, "Wrap this around your arm, mo boy, and yo'll llv wid the ais-- of a wild duck." Wrapping tho piece of cloth around his arm Peter rose from his bed, and faying, "I'm wid ye now, Tim," out of the wiirdow they sailed together. Before very long Peter found himself Tim?" near a largo building, from which he Tho gho'-t- , witlumt stopping in its could hear the sounds of cattle, and waih or i inning li? head, nodded assent: soon he discerned in the obscurity the ..Wliat said Peter. irr a neighboring Aml then tlio ghost broko its silonco forms of aninmls and answered, "I'm up, and that's what's "Hero we are, and here are the pigs," the matter." said the ghost. "Didn't they wake yon properlv, Tim? I wart there, and thought we did it in , Hie ghost aud his companion came to , ityle. There were a fine lot of broken ""' rou"u clow to a big, fat sow that "' thesealsneecs-Farilycropsheads at the wake, and mv own ws one "" lu making tho remarked: "Tts' no aisy job to nut nt of Behring Sea, portion miles is it to the ..vta- ,.? . aid tho ghwt. ..!.- - wake iHn-'V"which is morn than three miles outside was all j right , and I thank the boys for Only four miles," said the ghoet; of either shore, and is therefore beyond tho way thej behaved: though I'll nay it usually regarded as the limit of now, that I didn't like the way of that "but I have a plan to make short work the line of it. Have ye a unity in vour pocket, national jurisdiction on tho borders of Dan Flaherty making love to my widdy, Peter?" custom for right before my eyes, as it were. If I the ocean. It has been the "I have," said Peter. several years past for certain Canadian had been able, I would have raided mo in "Then breathe on it and hold it to Iter ' inme coffin and welted the head of him vessels, fitted out for the purpose, to nose and she'll follow y like a dog," never nioind, I've mo eve on him. 'Tis tercept the peals on this passage while true, 'tis a dead eye, but he'll hear from tho which Peter did, and after an hour of good work they arrived and knock! of the three mile line, and to mo yet. ouu-idthem in the water. Many of the bhoot "Then what worries you, Tim, that at the Widow O'Hourke's door. "Who's kuoclriii' there?" said a lepy animals thus defatroyed sink ami are you're strolling about when it's time for Hived ate consider- all honest dead men to bo quiet? Are voice. lost. Those that are f . .. "It's 1. IVto Donnelly, ml ..... .1 ably diminished in value by their con- yon not out of purgatory yet, after all with a prisint of a tli" for 'Mri 0 dition. Slid there is a certain prufit in the money your sorrowing widdy baa O'Rourke." paid Father Maloue for cnudlcd aud "This in no time of night coniin' to an the business, inhuman and wasteful as it masees" . of it, if conhonest widdy'n house; but I know ye for is. Hut tho necessary result "Yis, yin; tlutt's all right. I got me a pure man, I'eto Donnelly, and I'll ope tinued, will bo the extermination of tho pass two weeks ago." within u very short time, seals in Alaska "Then, in the name of tho divil, what the door, if ye'Il bido a minute, till I of the interests and in- do yon want, Tim Sullivan, traipsing throw on a bit of me clothes." the destruction A few minutes later the door was dustries dependent upon them, and in a around irr thoie niglitclothes? And if opened by Mrs. O'Hourke, who, light in of the it's anything I can do for the repose of alare measure the withdrawal from your soul say tho word, Tim, mid hand, asked Peter and hia friend in, but known tlie merits of their breeds to seskin from commerce and for ould friendship's sake I'll do it as when she noticed tho white garments cure a fair hetiring; and to this end we and ghastly face of the ghost she threw have not to go to history use. The certainty of this result isprov sure as mo name's Peto Donnelly." or to a longliue up her ed by wlmt has already taken place. "Tut, tut, Peter Donnelly; don't use shrieked, hands, dropping tho light and ancestry to show what they can do, but "What divil of a ghont is this we can point to the market) of the The Secretary of State in his last (pub- the URino of tho divil so familiar like communication to the l'.ritish you don't know him. lie is a much big- wid ye. Poto Donnelly?" to which Peter last year to show the difference in values lished) replied in soothing tones: us between the product of scrub bulls government on the subject makes the ger matt than I thought him till I saw "Sure, bo calm, Mrs. O'Rourke, it's and Do you know, Peter, 1S70 to him down lielow. that of pure bred bulls of the beef "From following statement: only Tim .Sullivan's ghost. Ye must breeds. carefully guarded that he's a bigger man than the mayor 1890, the seal fisheries, Tim 'tis but a short time wo Ueyond this we shall bo able to show or even tho chief of polace?" waked him, and do you not call tomoind that the product of the pure and preserved, jielded 100,000 skins "And have you seen tho divil, Tim?" bred that before ho quit yo that avenin' he to inarkf t at 2 years old weighingcan go each year. The Canadian intrusions be"Av course I have." 1,100 you a big, fat sow" promised gan hi 1SS0, and bo ureat has been the "And what did ho sily to you?" pounds as easily as the product of the "Ho did that," taid Mrs. O'Rourke;' frcrub can go to 1,100 pounds nt a yearn "Well, you seo, it was after 1 Imd me damage resulting from their destruction sunounding pass.when I was on mo way here, when "and 1 was surprised that he should old, while the quality of the product of of seal lifo in the open sea think of lavin' this world and forgettin the PrlbylotT Islands, that in 1SU0 the he was coming aloug with a whole a ixior widdy moro, by this token, that ' the pure bred is such that we can make government of the United Stabs limited crowd of his folks, aud they stopped me, Widdy Sullivan lias had the loan of tn them worth from six to seven dollars ior 100 jiounds, whilo the product of tho and widout a word they took me by tho tho Alaska Company to (10,000 skins, arm and escorted me right to tho divil saucepan now foivo titnos for to fry sau- scrub will lie of a quality that will be ' but the company was able to secure on- himself, and tho divil ho says to me, sages, whemver her company has stayed worth but fronil to $.'1.50. We can show Iv 21,000 seals." . very politely like, 'What is your name, to tay" ' further that tho 100 bullock has not Then said the gho-it"Mrs. O'Rourke, cost more than tho forty dollar bullock. Tho simple question presented is sir?' And I amwered him nt onct, 'Tim I'm pluzed to foind ye in this nioind, for whether the United States government Sullivan, your honor.' Then says he, is jiosition wo occupy in relaI've come all the way to Thatto the tion tho beef product of the country. has a right to protect its property and 'Where are you going?' Then says I, 'I redamo me promise, from purgatory and here's the sow, Cor. Breeders' Gazette. tho business of its people from this wan- was thinking of going back to mo old and good luck toyo, Mrs. O'Rourke." destruction by for- home for a bit.' Then says he, 'Have ton and barbarous At this moment the row walked in tho l'oliitB iiT tnlfrt'Kt. you your pass wid you?' 1 says, 'Yis, eigners, which it has made criminal by your open door. Uran fed liberally twice a day will honor,' and 1 up and shows it to ... r o . - .. 1...II,.,.- tin. tai't tlint . "Wherodid yo get tho sow, ghost of often prevent n sow from going crazy aud act oi ' hin) .nt at He took on(j bnt hu , fceen ,)im ghake Tim Sullivan?' said Mrs. O'Rourke. devouring her pigs. it takes place upon waters that arecairn-- , woulQ UQt tQUch nml "I cannot toll yo that, Mrs. O'Rourke." It. i.q writ ton liv tlio tinfir nf ilontliiv ed to bu a part of the open sea nuorIsja bU when his eye caUf,lt the sign of "Then I'll not take the nk'. and now I ii,i i,. .,nrti, ... ...,.ct engaged in it tho cross, and then ho says to me, 'All nn immunity to the patties look at eye, ' a nml government is bound to res right, Mr. Sullivan,' tind taking his hat and I'll her, there's of squint 1in her loike .iii.m.in,, vpi,,jv which tho have nono it, and don't tako to mixed farmimr and livestock To the ordinary mind this ques- off ho made mo a most polite bow, jest tho looks of ye, either, ghost of Tim Sul pect. raising. Amid tho vast amount of as if I was tho finest girrtleman in tho tion would not appear to bo ntteuded livan." moreover, it is becoming 1 Maga- laud, and wns left alone in tho twink "I'll lave the pig wid ye, Mrs. clear that sheep will bo full of profit. with much dHlleulty. Harper's ling of an eye. Oh, tho divil is a born zine for April. giutlemarr, Peter, and any man who O'Rourke, and I'm quit of mo promise. They are well adapted to dry uplands. J So now, farewell, and I'll bo oif." &ays anything agin him is no friend of Where a born calf is taken A Railroad Yarn. "Not so, begorrah. Tako your divil away from cow's newwell to give her SM11 llfM Tttinn lltlfl I toll ItSM. Mllf- fV her it is at ,',"'" '?' of a pi,g and yourself wid her. I'll see "I as crossing a long railway brmge" j you in purgatory before I take your evil first her own milk to drink, as tho acquaintan- .. said a yarn spinner to some wdl TII SllHivftIlt ,mvo it eyed pig in mo it contains has beneficial medichous" ces, "when I was surprised to see a loco- - your own wa Divil l wor(l wju l "Are you a woman of your word, Mrs. inal projK'rties. motive coming around a curve antl tear- against the divil, seeing as ho is a friend In the case of twin inalo and femalo Tho of me old friend Tim Sullivan; but what O'Rourke?' im? towaid me at a territic sneed. calves the femalo is usually sterile. "I mil that, Mr. Ghost." bridge was too narrow to allow of escape can 1 do for yo, Tim?' There is no certain euro for tho feet of Mrs. along wid "Then "I hardly know if I can trust tho se- O'Rourke,"como taking her by me, waist, a foundered horse. Tho soreness can bo at either side and I did not dare to jump and, tho I've been casting cret wid ye, Peter, into tho yawning abyss below. In a mo eye 1110 'dead but you know, all tho ghost of Tim Sullivan flew out of! lessened by applying occasionally a light eye' Hash I took in the situation. I started around mo, aud 1 can think of no friend the window, bearing tho shrieking form blister to the coronet, keeping the feet using bar shoes on a quick run toward the locomotive, of mine but you, Peter, who has the of Mrs. O'Rourke with him. Sleg iu soft and flexible, and when tho animal is shod. Foundered Argonaut. and w hen within a few feet of it I con- courage to tako tho job in hand that I've horses hoiuetiines nro useful for a long The I'liat Klcctrlci Victim. centrated ull my nerve and musclo into como for. I can do the most of it, but time in farm work, but are no good for The first death in tho world, so far as travel on hard roads. one etlort and leaped straight up in the I need n live man to help." from artificially conducted Tim, or Freezing out colts and starving them air. mo leariui imiusicr snot, tinner lo "Will a man risk iu the job,lain trnttrA we know, v;i lllflf riP PrnfiiMnr Tftf.la- .,.. . ih raralcr tllft -"lafrintfv onitin r- -o v "- does not make great trotters of them, me and 1 camo uowu on mo unuge, of tho way who's disturbing your man, of St. Petersburg. Ho devised neither does pampering and housing saved from dentil, uut eeriousij r n, i..0. A., Ill, ...i,,,! .. .. j'uibituiwj ...v, u.ov i5.,t,ft.. ,(iniu. if ...... . ,, IIIC;C7 JL .1111.1.1 lliu .i.c, aaa..a.i.c, them from all weathers. Tho truo courbo decn'yn cau count on ln0 ,mt no daurigs roa and was Killed by it. Ho ran auj hero as elsewhere is half way between There wsb a momen t or two of frind the divil, iron to tho top of his house in present tho two extremes. with your gintleinanly .,. , ., . .; ..........j ... silence, and then one of thu company,.. von iiinzo. i,... suiiivuii. ..i , . ii ., nil l m iiol iiiiiiiiiil: riMi iiiiiuiici aiiu wuiiuu lor u loud ti1!lf , Baid in a Whisper 1 siu'lied, and thntuW ntnnn Ir p.inift. Tlmnt win a Toronto has expanded her Clydesdale f bo heard a quarter of a mile enough to "ah right, Peter," said tho ghost, terrific Hash of lightning. Tho pro spring stallion show into an exhibition "and by your leave, I'll tako a chair, festor's appliance worked well, and ho for ull breeds. Tho exhibition is under 0jr: , tho management "What fl the use ot presence oi minu And now, you remiinber Pat O Rourko's was found dead by the sido of it. Bos- - Arts association. of the Agricultural and wake, do you not? whero Drannagin ton Transcript. can lio liko that?" when a man By persistent kindness teach nil your claned out the medicine bottles after the . domestic animals to become attached to He Knew How to Punctuate. elm tree was removed bodily Whisky waa gone." A "Yis," said Peter, "I remember it j Quizzee Why do you call that quack you. This is possible in the caso of nil the other day from a Chicago suburb except, perhaps, a Texas steer or cow. and carried to a cemetery 15 miles dis- right well, for mo cousin Judy Flanigan , M D- - Dr Period? Sharpleigh Because he has uiado so But the Texas bovine cannot be called was replanted. The cost broke her leg in falling over the corpse." tant, where it was $3,000. "Well," said the ghost, "I, that night, B""1 live3 como to a 'oU Btop. Judge. domestic animal j- The question involved ' what is roll ed the Heltring Sea controversy may Ik l Ftntcd in few words. Tlio Alas-kamost impoitunt in the fishery is the It was n material element in world. value of that province when purchasthe ed ly the United States from l!us.ia, at a heavy cost, and one of the principal inducement!? upon which the purchase was made. Since Alaska became the v propcrtv of the United States this has" afforded a very conniderahle revenue to the government by the a large of its privilege, has encnged capital, and the amount of American American people. The important article of comproduct is an the. loss of merce and of manufacture, easily supplied. which would not ho It is not a The teal is amphibious. of the sea alone, still less a denizen . " l.i, ri.nmrnu linth .1 " "wanderer oii imbb-- h, esland and water for its existence and It has a pecially for ita propagation. fixed habitation on the, Alaskan shore, and from which it never long departs, constantly returns. It beto which it longs therefore to the territory on which it makes its home, and where it breeds and gives rist there to n biwlncs and a revenue, as much entitled to the proteclarger tion of the government as the of tho port of New York. It commerce to is the habit of this colony of seals during breeding cross throuph the sea time, to the lVibyloiT Islands, which form a port of Alaska, where theiryoung More mrbi- nro nrodnced and reared. ions and peculiar in their habits than moht animals, and almost human in some of their instincts, this process oiseclusion has become tssential to suc- ccfhful propagation. It must be totemted and protected or propagation "will fur-cen- uur bird. Wlille imin. iwr Would wnken any ftftn of btrtb, Not mi) Muigor wont: Where tottl have vnlnly tliroblittl Mitt fought, Where srniio have oonriuoretl. t here t wild bs Xntlim awafceiiliiK of the thought Tltut Mourns mortality. Niu'. which Uiuurc tliuu otlior licst, S.vt In !m very btrife; lint our wmi, etrlckun star would fly In riiirknoHlIke ndimthV device. JtoNtl In the winter of Dm ky Aud winding slieottt of let?. -orgo KdRttr Montgomery. No .oiiiik cprluK llutlorinn In thu breast Of tuo undyiiiR draiui of life Wotild tw ili thins not known to earth, lui lUh-er- TIM SULLIVAN'S GHOST. "Whose ghost is that?" This was sard by Peter Donnelly, who was sitting up in his bed, having been just awakened by the noise of clanking chains in his bedroom. Tlio wirrdow curtain was up, and the light from a quarter moon shed a soft but clear li;;ht ujion all the objects in the room. Tho ghost was walking up and down the apartrrrent, wrapped in a clean, white, sheety looking costume and d ragging a long chain, which was fastened to its waist, and which made a weird noise at every movement of tho ghost. The ghost stopved on hearing Douiiel-ly'- s question, and, turning its head toward tho bed, gazed with mournful eyes upon Peter, and, after one long look, it took up its walk again. The face which Donnelly saw was enough to satisf v him that the ghost was no other than that of Ins old friend Tim Sullivan. So, reassured, Peter sang out, "Is that you, -.- promised tho widdy tho prisint of n fmo fat sow, with a hofw of allaviating tho sorrow of Mrs. O'Rourke n bit. Now, I clane forgot that promise, and tho consequence was that I got me pass, and was laving Purgatory on tho run, when who should I run ncroet but Pat O'Uourke. 'Hello,' srvs he, 'are you oft?' 'Vis,' says I, 'and I'm in a divil of a hurry.' 'Tim,' fwysj he, 'did you send tho fat sow that you promiswl me widdy on the night of the wake?' 'Xo,' says I, 'I clane forgo.t it when I got Miber.' 'Did you git says he. 'No, Niys I; 'when Father Mnl'oue was giving mo aluolntion I was so busy trying to remember the things. I lw) done that I clane forgot all thoso I had intended to do.' With that Put culled out. 'Stop him!' and they stopjied mo in a jiffy. I showed me jkiss, but Ptit told his story, which I couldn't deny, ami thin they clapjH'd this chain on me, to carry, as they said, till I me proniNc or got absolution. Now, I lmve mo ias, but do you think what a foino sight I should make in heaven, frighteniu' the young angels, wid me chain hntigin' ami baugiu' about, and heariu' the young ones savin', at ivery turn, 'Th-r- e goes Tim Sullivan wid u brokerr prouiie liangitr' to him.' And now, Peter, this is what I want wid ye: I've selected the pig, but I want you to drive him to Witldy O'Hourke's door, for I'll let ye know, Peter, that there's ne'er a ghost in heaven or 'arth that can drive a pig whin he has the divil in him, which same he usually has." "All right," said Peter; "I'm wid ye." Then tho gho,t said to Peter, "Can jiImo-lution?' BEST 1 BLOOD. LIVE STOCK COLUMN. KEEP HEALTHY, VIGOROUS FLOCK OF SHEEP ALL THE TIME. A Articles of Incorporation We the untlrriineil Incorporators, to wit W um, W I iiin, M W Joncn, J A lljjrutt, N oi.d Mr J T Woley f II I n.it.. I"ftf-- It "wIiiir a l'tlyciror.iie r '""' rutrthi. iU) i orp ",u lavtm ot SMIetitKcn-ttok- ) ritlioH the fMterl m fft furth in Chanter 56 of l lie (iencml ' Sutr ttiih powers hriI .I utic MatuUs .4 tM hwnn(t foilh, to K. 1 -. f Tht,rt Sncli or you fly?" "Not much," wiid Peter. With that tho gho.it tore off a bit o i 1 i l pat-tune- , a fM,.,' j " "' T . I j j I J i e i I i . 2' ! I ; i ' ' fur-se- jut AHT II. Said corporation ahi.ll ttavt pnuer ! hatK ir Kw'ji a constant eye to see if any sheep ptHat mi' im?i, la ue aad I'M ut'd, lit have j ! of tran.fri fnibt to get a fair share at tho trough, roMmoii ichI, lu rrmter roroueaiton,.iocs exeaut pri tile im the tKHiiool I hi' la ami especially if the same one is crowded t it' piopertf of the hartfcntJef frna ttrpoixi-Ulu- , tu Riake ctimracK and attjinrt aid liant-- r awny ouch time. If so, determine that pr.prrir ih the uim manntra private lulitil aiiH Hi mane such a one is a weakling and needs extra rule ami reiiltii flic t wnl, mil enre. It may bo it falling oot of the ecmed eupMltent and the im rot.Kelitut'.r (it f ltw of Statfol teeth, eith"r tho temporary or lamb'3 the I ailed Stale ART III. teeth, or the Inter set from old ago. The ol.) I il the corpoiMtiar n lo prnMnt ar4 good, In the first cane a little extra feed. en. urae a higher grade nt educatten and betu-- r f pun. ov the work of the rm1o ho.il lanlilii. in the tttuHty of Caaey Hud town Rivt.n wllen, it 1lav ,MIVO llmo to Wlt lt iourttie wde.e-iiallbmltM.efl.re.MU rs to find a way by umm,leUNl by the'roHt of the fiock, will o( Ntitldlrhuii, ad intia.-en- t to vrcure iht end by etettiac or proruriii,-Eopwhich 3.... ..OJO cattle that now class im , h. nl hull.lin( and maiMtamiat; a PKd OI1 an wnilliitv wlth th,M1, few it rough eteers can lw weeks. If tho trouble w old age, strivo iorpa of liivtrMctor. scrubs ART. IV. raised to good and choice lieef steers. It to carry it through tho lambing time The capital k uf 1I1U torparitlin must be that this is only a and the shearing, to get this year's profit I'rn IhotiuHd l)ollkirMM divided tale ottehall h tbt-'Itie nai. ale fractional part of what is to be done, but from it, then fat ton in the summer and wn.Uhare. ofthf talar ot Jio titi: t. this is eiinugh to start with. I know the sell in the early fall, when well fattened prapart) of llwaliirLholdeis thall twt the roipcrJle dcLtt. A RT. V. breed that will work thinclmnge. Colonel old mutton commands' a good price from hall J. W. .Judy nritl others know of another those who know a gtiod article when tmTh rorptMalion March,brviH im li;al eu.leri e the nth t'aytrf iv, and iiahall cohIII. breed that will do it, T. W. Harvey they sou it. ue lor and dur h thn of iMeat-flv- e ynata. tou.ly twrniaalnl by a arajottty tote l unle and ether know of another breed that The average loss by death among the 1 toeprrt a Mcctlnf Ittr that nurpea. It at will do it. And it is more than likely sheep, not iinludiug losses by dogs, ART VI I he i.rtii eta that either one of the breeds would do it fulls short of 11 per cent., and often Ihutrd of nine ol'I thli Company hall rm.i. of . ,tf tt6-lhii-tt ruttee, if they could be put to work. The host exceeds that; yet owners of small Hocks, Iiib ahall he chetim frow at Irtt'l churche.. wli llanlit of tho produce of oither ono of these which are carefully watched, ami from hll U fleited immediately ahrr orranifanon f tin. ill hall hold breeds lias sold at six dollars and overjHT which the old or tho wtviklings are care- ort"neruriHtration, IhttH" one whinihice fur the tht-for Ihe term tit ear, lcr 100 pounds at the Union Stock Yards this antllhree for 'i ttvtiyMtheir ui eaMtit the Ititm t three yrr. fully culled two or three times a year, is and umt! air clcclrl ami iu il t winter, as bad as the markets have been, frequently less than 1 cent. An old fiJ I he annual idectiiHt of the three and the more Hereford, Short Horn and saying is, "cull twice ht for health and June in eachltvthhall abe on tlWir.t Ntlurda I r )ertl elKtion h.ill )c.r, but Scotch bhsxl there is in thoe bullocks twice for profit." At shearing and at f'lhid at any time for the remealof aTni.ttt the easier it is to get on top. lambing time throw out those which do Tru.tet or irw nlliitt of vacancies in mil lliur For four years past very little has not iay for their keeping in lambs or in nf I ritttrei hy a puliliahetl noH-- Inr l laur tek Mini liepaioe I lteen done to improve tho cattle of tho wool. A good sheep should pay a year's III Ihe hr.tltml Sva aiaionty olIII. mtart! of '1 r in may be called thi or b a majority im the tnekhtahlert and pi ' states or on tho rungctt. Tito Big Four keeping each tune. Then they have held the top arrd bottom very elo.o go to tho barns take out such as do not iUht-- in a nevtvitaper at almve trl forth. ART VII. I hi. corporation ! together. A good jMirtion of the tirtto seem healthy and strong, and do the iiaii eiret ta acquire an in the ctwlotnu" tho bulk of the native steers have hold Mine again tu the onrlv spring. Thtve tlel'lrdnu.iohjcclt ofmicroti of and in bat wil tn vi ilk Ihe thi corira:wa, tween thre and four dollars -r 100 WWikliugs should be either brought up dHldae ahall ntH at an Ueae eterrd hftr.n muds, and now the unrulier that get to to an equal in strength with the rest of liaMtlred K.dollar . W. WI.OA.VN. I.rCAS. fiv .lobars and over is very small. It is the fioc-k- , JI A.HRVANI. M.WJOMtS, or should bo serwiratetl and I . II. I.UL.ta, 1 N- - owlim;, coming, however, and my judgment is fattened. This keeps up a hetilthv, vig I.RV j. r thtre will lie a steady advauce to six orous Hook all tho titrre. American Cul- Slale tf Kentucky dollars and ttpwnnl. cattlemen ral- - tivator. taaey Coanty j ize this they will want to "get there," . I.OeuJA Ptowlit chrrk f tWi county court I. r ire ah ve ottntr and Stat da certify that and to tlo this they will want our bulls. tVitltnc Iturk lur ll.ifH. Aitidr. '( lacorp4alina were daly and they caim.it get there without them. Leo Lotfe: well, nf l''lia, Xek, semis d tnd fku)'ledkt befota we thia day fi.rin i.ie For twenty ytars there has been a to the Br : .V (fn"!t u nkflth and parpuM therein loutaiacd he theI atim m.orp W. I I. am, W. Oaan, M. U atara, warm fomp-tnioIwtvveou breeds, and dcik-Hphi t.f a wlt" fivdt-- r that fur- - and Dr.J. A Bryant, P. H l.uca.. J N Noaha t a calay, la b I heir uw a twenty ywirs ago there was a general j riishes sliell m! J. dcd t.iven uadr bit fcaad ihu nth day f orrfnioti there was but one breed that font and ground ;. a Pll U I IT. Co Clk. March, isi Iljr M W. Jonea, I C would produce the steers that would take fott.i ttih's. 'the . Stale of KcnlucVy. the top place in tho markets of the idi-- Hi'.l le Cawy Coaaty. ) world, and taut breed was supiHwed to! teti fptn I.li A I'r ill, cirri of lit rcuniy t.uit, i the aad btatalHeaid, do certify thai tl ' lie the Shorthorn, and so sure were tlte t of tut.. fure(Oin Arlflr.of lMrenpo(atki tht day breed, rs of that breed that tJtey occupied ' To Mr. Ui0j(d furretord wheteupaia the aaaw with the ffieKuing and iht crtttlttaie halh heea duly rr this phuv tltat they ignored all outride I.K.'rTrell maki Je I in my ail II , l.iven unurr my hai couitietitinh. and diff.-ren- t fautilim of a trough auttfii t i thu tith .i . f M ir thin breed were brought forward in ooin- - feet long anil t wo I. A I'RVWIIT fll It V jwtitiou with each other. wide, with IL-fAt alont this tune the Hereford came lint bottom aihI . forward with their claims, aud then the ' ailen four inches vikm-nn. Scuts came with tlieir claims. They high. It htn a aheet iron iMitttun ttliove lutve now lieen before tlie public with tho wooden or.e. Into this troitdi he P. competent judges to patsou their ineriU. imtrt four frames, ntnrlv kite nlmiMtl, w lltey have also ie.n on our mt markete ' in Fiir. 2. They are flxil. two at the mid judged by expert buyer, and each end of the trough and two at equal dis-tW 111.. lirMtatd i llal.1 (MVM.. .., i ts 1.. Duun iuiit lunmr I.a UUIU(II. .t. t.,,,1 M. f,iniH v. . .imv m1au. wiwra HKII i ,..d.jlA .,IIWJ Ibuirtl. (Mf,tllll, r.i.. .l.t.ljlA.1 thi.luill.MU tUtll. l.. The long piece in tin frame ia ii ifi'l in """ "" """"" other, and on tho marketo each has made length, and the ahort piece at the top lf top hgun. So we neexl not wrangle lucnes. A prece among iinrselves. of timber Sine-bet-. The flue utock breetler litis 011I3' to lie--' by I is nailed coure fainihu- - with the cImm of cattle acroM tlie kite coming on our mnrketx to lifetime con-- 1 shaped frame nt viucetl that the use of our pure bretl lieef tlie bottom, ami bteetls has liecotne a neceenity, aud it is thu cnMi piece in only Ufesnry for breeler8 to make again nulled (irm- A great many fanners in the stntes came to the conclusion when tho range busiiKWR was started that there was iro uso to raise and feed lnef cattle arty longer. But only 190,000 western range cattle WHt-- on tho Chicago market for lflH) about (5 per cnt. of the entire receipts. With receipts at 'Chicago of 8,1500,000 cattle, not over 10 per cent, could ht- dniwed as good to choice, say V0,0W; thin is probably nn overontim.ite. Qf the entire receipts the western ranges furnish moon. Te.vtis OUO.MO, aud the States '.'.tti.OOO. The good to chotco JtfiO.PM) conn' from' tho states cattle: this w ill e S.i75,000 that cantint be quoted n TIiIhk no tint Ht"t Uteri! IttM'f Cut tlt? Cull Out tlio WiMikllnui Ttto or Tlurtt Thui it V..iir 1 lit Old Snylni: "Cull Tttlft. for tlfitllli mill 'I'ttltHt I'rtillt" Well rult.nnl Old .".tut loll. I rr l, nlr Wnh InMitutv' 'I he nrniic if tltiir"itratioit .(mil lie 'The 1 1 t'l MuMWmrx, Konin irf il irmtipl tcuMxMi and (tUcc at bnin- hall be .Mitltllthtirit, Ky. k, Wi tjrla, . li 1 .,t 4 !' ' ' -- ' nel-do- ft. Tru.t't-atahovte- c apt-ria- ' lt , .s ' n !.. to-w- 1 . (ra ftiiu-pn-nr-- Co-int- tx-d- : j fet iillllli b ,&,imti xrvvcmfo SUATJLBilt J i """""'"' "'"" tmij I j ' ' ( j ' ' i , ly to thu sides of trough, as Malms ditrct mit t. r in Centra! Union de- shown irr Fig. -- . imt for rtO. 2 Nt'l'lHIHIIM) Iionrdaare nailed St. I om, Mulniri I'oitita. Chlc.tfO, 1'Ht.MK. IKirtMt, Clrt eland, Ilutuif, Ufiou the sides of IndUnaIU and thr W e.t, sloping bin. The the frnuien to form the Canada, New Kapland, bin is left with of an inch ojieti spaceat the bottom, so tltat the corn Waahingiun, Hultiaiore, I'hiladelhta, and feed m iv slide through it into the lvii:ke.t time to llarrndvhurf, Frankfort. Ky Rkhmuid, MKCIN'IA Short'ti aud trough. Then Mr. Pig eatii just what lj"l Ven line to slides down the bin into the trough, but cannot and trample the rest. Tho bin is made weather tight by S. lid Train., liaatKe. nmokin cart and through with coache. having the cover made ship lap faahion, out i hai'it 'ullmn Ut'iitMr S!etllumiiitfhant, Merol Chilian net, via one lKKtrd over lan roakinf tliicct tn route for Knox, uititi in the another, like the villc, A.hcvillt, I.TMchtui)-aHweather lioard-inof a house. At One side of the ton,ChatlMiHiogn for Atlanta, Coluinhiit, Wilmijir Cl.urlci.iii, AiiRii.ta, X,tcon, Suvannar, or cover is llriinick. Lake (.It) , I honu.ville and KI. toji tiii. put on with a 'rhroMly line running olnl train, with choibingo to open for I'ullrnan lUinl'iir or I'alaee Slrriipv Cart lo Jack. lll tc-.- tr the . three-quarte- rs New York, lioston, cr, d ic-- r I j w ;., ...... - J -v-..- .... , ,.,vitJiui., harate ends by Kcr Sclina ami Montgomery, Ilunt.ville, Decatur, Kl.'trii. c. Mem) In. anil Alt KANSAS potnta. 'minting tho outAnnxton, Sclma, Mo. Sliottett ami .,un no - cttoss sr.nio.N. side of his pig bile llncct conne. kekt to made at N1JW OK. lu.n trough neatly, and there it is, orna- I.I ASS witliout oiiiniltit tiaiufer for (Jitlvcttou mental ns well as useful. The trough IIoiKtoll, Auttin, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. holds ten bushels, and tho inventor VicVtdurg, Ihe only ihiouch thinks it wives him 20 laircent of feed, Mix., Shn vcn rt line to JacLion andConner lion t I.a., in.illnc direct so he kindly gives his brother stock Killiotit nminliui transfer tor Dallas Kort Worth, Atlitin San Antulilit, KI l'aio and Kiintiln raisers the benelit of tho plan. or . & 3- g OKI-D- A - filling. Mr. .iMivillc without chance for any clat of patten. . Tim Murli Ht-i- l IVppiT. a a . y," ' colo-stro- m J a a a i slmki-m0"- ., Tintf-.llii- - n,,-.,- 1W i3 .. n. bi It is well to season your fowls' morning meal with a bit of salt and tapper, Ttav Aut Lexington, Kv. but don't overdo tho iwpper business. C.C. IiARVUV Ta,, D. U. , I'.DWAKDS, . 1'. ,V T. A., Vice.l'rmioent, Don't use any moro than you would if Cincinnati, O you were going to eat the mess yourselr, aud use black half the tirrro at least. The fact is, over since poultry writers began to recommend pepper for .1 e: it :'m fowls in winter, poultry has been C too much; some Hocks have been . g literally jieppered to death. This overdosing with red pepper is responsible for a good many cases of Tu caio i.iiiouii.'Sf, tc lix .t,n ..,- Lor .i croup. A big doso of red popper heats pntii.it, Jl.iltnl.i, I.lTiTt mniiliinita. Uiko ,., ( ;I.o P(.f.' n. ; tho fowls uti, gives them a regular sn.y. Bweat, then they tako cold as soon as exposed to tho outer air, and soon tho croup "breaks out," carries olF half, sometimes more, and the iKiultry U kcejier growls about his "bad luck." ;y'hi &2tTj ? ' The Northwest Horticulturist, Agricult)'o laflJmll'IAir.Mv''.! "!i" V ; urist and Stockman. litili 'iu;'.i .ti . Lit !., i tr poj-Iieru- TEXAS, ARIZOHA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. For thruiigh nUt correct county piup anil till information call on AkciiI nt ItiiKtlon Cltr, Ky - KANK V. WOOM.KV, oraddreM d over-lastin- fittACstfr-j. tim&, X&Jl. wp$ && M-kk-. '&.&$p v pups r IMS m ;:. nr."-t':i. WillM, vi i . ti-- . "t-Vv- i Vi-if- c -- I 40-to- n I a The best treatment for wolves or in tho back of a cow is the kerosene cure. Pour tho oil into a. holu mnde in the lump uuder tho hido. Tho wolves, which aro the larva) of the gadfly, will speedily die. Do not saturate tho back of tho cow too freely with tho oil, however, as it may innko her sick. Theso warbles injure tho hido of tho animal for market. war-ble- SmJn',!,, es . i". .v I' it -- '. "V.r, -- . f 1.7aSMk(UvuCaU4t rm&K&lMVz Z U. ll 3, ' 'rZAM Z1S. MO. nc. .41..L il.ltjJlJ MEN ONLY! w.! .".rrI of ErroraorExfjiAa.au D. S Thomas declares that an Indiana aUkaul. Mekla tlHOOU rail UM...4. u. ma. iv T V. tinaftaMWUK,iiii)ETu)rkDOKi.aiisriiiurIaB? clover field has in it more of the stuff ilmimtlj alalllar HOU la ata! that makes great horses' than a KenMtttUM Be. ejalaaaUaB aa4 trlmS2'mlS!Ziii2Z tucky bluegrass pasture has. aRflTT 1 1 U I ! I Weakcaaa of Badaranillria iBnnaawii...,..', ,n t.,i ,,,,:,;., i',, i,JiMi.jifcMiiWua)tiB),1'4rir .mi tmt wjirmi 8 5 i ai - im ,".i' pi 4j&drf JJ- - jSttrtte r"L jji - J J Wi bifiS Ir.'ui.-at...- - if. v v.,..i-.- . Ji rs. ri Inngevlty niton depends noro on tho mind 'As soon its tliu carriage started the called topoo the general at his public lem the food wo ml. Cure kills a int. ,,., i tt,u.,i, ,.ib( ,.iii,t vel. On 0110 occasion tho little follow was v r. r. ,i. : li reu.nniit, Himri' c.i'i m.' r. fr..iriiii.nl.. ........ marching up and down tliu platform per.! ,,,,., ,,., "hlch held them back, and In the scramblo . ,.,iin. ...... ., ....... tiuvi "' and rush mtiuy woro tliruwn down and sonating tli"f".ji'.Tor and ilawil In tho IWlct on lu lilted tilt trampled under foot. 'J'liu occiiimntH of will l.tiown iiniroriii of the first Napoleon. Mninach, product) disease, luii-11 mot hi I Comprehensive Record of the Male nf mind, nnnimi! imlmtiploin ami ir tliu enrringo were fairly deluged with The "Iron Duke" asked him the subject of f!il his r. it flowers thrown by the enthusiastic pvojili. his meditations, to w.ilch the reply earn limtiiru death. If one does tdiiiuld nnver lie disturbed liv nli tlihn will li Tin' police finally succeeded in forcing, tho Immediately, Amusement King's Life. "I .vus thinking of tho lo-- s hucniitiot prevent. He should ho llior iirlily crowd li.ick, anil onco clear of the tlironj; of the lmtl. of 'Thi display convinced ilmt If he dam ItU "Inly I'mvfcl. was unven mo or w'l," r.dds r..iniu;n, "wns chronk-ie11 givk ri.i:.xntK. dent,tnkurniuor tliu tent, uuil uwver iim 11 11 ino carriago at the corner rapmiy to in: ijki:d of Broadway throughout the country nnd was of itself u, Irving hotel, JxiviTt). ill nr liny other ft II except fur pti intimate (pxd piri-- e. I and Chamlcrs street, winch tho party en worth thousands of IioiiiiiIhi thecxhlhN never havon nplrlt envy or mallet, an tered liefori' tne in Ititrmiiii as it .lonriialUt iiml u mi Ait K ii'd cheerfulm-- of wise mid conducive ii spread and Hliothcr six iier iiosttnntion tion." Ui h.ul opportunity to im The little uenoral made amieonil vUft to vcrtlner 1 li Itiiriiiiiu .VIiiaouiii .leant health and hap:inrs. gather; but it was not long lwforo It did I!uii)!)e in IS.i 7. n :iln midor Mr. . IIhiiiiiiii's -- . lie retained hh activity nnd oheerfulnos so, and would nut he appeased until Mile, laatiHgcuii'iit, mid in iHimpauy with an-- I t.lml Tnin TI111111I1 Illinium's I'lrn Itec-nr- il nnd hind appear d at one n the Ilroadway other midget, .Miws Mivinia Warren. Tho .1 utiilio'n Career Tliu Slum iniwi In till prostrated by his Iat with them tint ereuity of mind aid mi windowa and lepeatedly bowed. Thy two fell in love, and tlieir marriage Mibsu-iuuntlLondon. clouded Intellii t wbluh are the rmiiltM of a crowd did not diminish us the day waned, at Now York wa.s conducti-- with ttmijeniticennil and twice again kIio was obligisl to appear all tho not.H-ietTho greatest shovvmnn of modern tiling, good nature, that Mr. Hunium could Although lnt knnn and witlsfy new comets. healthful everelne. They Ikuuiio man and wife in perhaps tho greatest this earth ever jcompnsK. "Worn out with tho day's excitement Hit fasiiioimblo Gna-- church, on liroiul-- ' has passed away. L'rrtnli.ly not as ii mIiowuimii, lie ntnkml fairly w ell as a irn y lititidrwl lfct-uiv- hhe rnllred aliout'.) o'clock; it was no an- way, and tlr teroinouy wan witnessed bj a since tho days whou KK),t)O0 ier"ns wit-lie- wrltur, ami dellwri-tto delighted .iiiidi Trill) lil.i nounced, and t hormwd slowly disappeared. gieat crowd of urihtocratic people. n spectacle In the Circus Maximos to u,,iiher again, wen eniwdiil v tth i.eti itiea, About 11 o'clock It '1 heir wedded existenie proved a singu- at Home has there liccn such an able ad ellity ytmrn lift tin- i,f romatioe iv when tin New York Mil' l society, hilly happy onu. A child, born of tho Taylor uuil lit n life mlnlstrntor In that line as Phlm-a, A) musii-tuuonp- cuiisihtiug of abdftt union, died lu infancy. SI nil ton died sumo Jiarnuni. Anil coustdcilUK tliu (miiieuae well as tlm eniliiritiK im reit of iiUtory. Mugistur Clrcenalum in advantages of the iJeais ago, and alter a proper" kmsoii of BARNUM'S MUSEUM. iiioiii-iniiHome, with all things furnished to hta hiswiiliw entried into .second :i hand liy Die government, nnd a noble nuptials with another diminutive specimen m lulm tliw Willi a Jinn Who Sow It nt ' building in periiiaiieiic-e- . It would infill of humanity who llguiod on the play hi Us Its l".i(. ns Count Magri. that tho Vaukee who orgitiiwil an lie During the civil nr it whs thu one Instimoviil va by far the suH'tior N-York that every country July 5, 1S10, the future great chltltor tution in JUMBO. dE3? wa born in Hethel, Conn., vv lime Ida father Ixiy hungensl nnd thinttcd to soe, and a Soim-tlilnginvu newNpnper man of txlay wniftmMfi Alxnit llariiiim's ISIg Klo- wa.s an innkeeper ami eouutry merchant. pliant 'Dial Was So ruinous. .csr- - fc-The father died when Phluwut win lmt llf- - tlmt he "workeil his way'' from Indiana whan a Ind, - we tlm city, and JuuiIm) was thi? biggest elephant lu tills m 1011 m. "A miou lu li'nilil brush the ami though he was in the L lilted dust fioni i'ij c!.tln--s and swallow a lunch CASTI.K UAItllKX, WIIKV JP.N'Xr USU FAXO. States but two )etira ho waa by all odiU I entered tho place of wonders," wiys t lil eansl on the Mne, escort! by about the l.-i- known snow animal ever in the wltms "eiit'iid It at 2 o'clock p. m. ivl twenty compaulis of Now- - York volunteer country. Ho was killed in a rnilniad acciHay im I till II. NoverNgaiu, though Inliouhl llremeii the latter then repro-eiitln- g the dent nt St. Thomas, Out., on Sept. 15, ", rmicli the vai- of Metliuwhih, can I feel greatest (Miwer In New York city with and great was the sorro.v of tko children Mich thrill of novel enjoyment as on that torches. The firemen formed so as to kiep thereat. lay. back tho crowd ami give tho musicians JumlK), according to tho testimony of "IliM, and still Uto Krenliwt tmy mind, nmplo.sHice, for by thw tlui" not less than Sir Samuel Baker, wns captured when very - el2l,000 people wen- again gathered along young by a bind of lliimean Arabs, who whu the w IimI I Itr' A ery highly dtoped chltnpHiiKie, I ntipioM! It was, but by the two street. In a few iiiiuutea Mile. brought him from tho Settilo river, in dro-lng and asulduoiis traiuiiKt it Mud, oMNirtitl by myself, appeansl nt tho Abyssinia, and disposed of him to a itava-rlawaa niHile mi very humnn that I never window, which wa the signal for several collector named Johanu Schmidt. il'iubtisl that I av the 'miwliig link.' mlnutun of loud cheering. Tlie serenade Jumbo was then less than four feet high Then thu iiMiimifr turtles, the irniispuri-ii- t then began, and It was n grand one, worthy and trnveled with another elephant of lib Mtake, the 'angel flsh of AmlmyiiH,' and of tho occasion. Then a commltu-waited own age, which lrva ainco died. Ho waa tieth of shark and nwnnlfisb; ami then, on Jenny Und anil preentsl hor with an purchased by tho Jardiu iloii Plantes, lu oh, then, the long, lung cages of birds of addre- - of weliiunu in tho name of tho Paris, in loT, and after seven years of P T. every clime' Such brilliant nsl and yellow musicians of Auieru-a- . She thanked them rapid growth was transferred to tho Loa- teen jearw old, and thereafter the Ikij and jtrwn parr.ita and curkatixK! Such cordially, mid after a few minute' conversation retirnl, wearied and delighted with tnrnctl Ills own living as a clerk, first at Itoautifnlly white duves, anil uch wonderd ?- - , -- ..; homo and then in Ilrooklyii. In IS'S ho fully varteeaUsI fou Is from all lands' To the event of the day. ( 98P ',Uti "At that time New York was very poorly ' lamiu ii miiihII iiierchaiit.and addtsl tolilu u country bo I it was a liberal (slucntioti. "The fat woman and the dwaifs rather siippl'ed with opera halls. Jonny Mud cxperleiico by ImisiiuIuk the editor of Tho ilo yet but the gtiinta, hall, afterward Tnpler hall, was ntill In-- j Herald of Kreedom, and nerving two or roMlleil me-fh- ey pusheil thri-terms of Imprisonment for IUkjI, I almost orsliiel them, 'l'ho collertiou complete, nlt'tongli work hud tin-rut li, which, of ancient armor and weaiHUM have only onitaa much a poaniblo. So wo made a thotiKh alwnjh for however, was no dfetisa Various inter once swn ejiialel, and that waa in the tour of the riiy to select a plae for an prlM-Intervenisl Initween theu ami tho Tower of Ixmdon. At the end of four opening. Kveijuhero wo wont wo were Ix'ginulllKof his career, in what proved to hour' g.izing I suddenly discovered that. I oscorted by large crowds. Indeed, nothing U Ills proKr vocatloii, Msahliowiimii, His was mylf aliitot as niuoli of a whow U hut Jenny Mad was talked about or Unit xouturo wiis the exhibition of u cot h hiiq of t h viiaitors as the mmteiim was to thought of. Finally wo selected Castlo i lie, for a 'Wnwky Hill from Arcadia' I Garden. So great wiw the demand for tick- ore I woman 112 years old. ' Ijist. eta that it was decided to dispose of them Tliu .lenity Mud eniptKi-ment- , uhleh actisl tli ehnraeter to nettetl him a iiiartr of a mlllloii, whs the but far from lMt wan the theater. I h.ul at auction and at the place where .she was the aire of twenty-olJust before to ting for the first tlnm in America. Thin, Unit Kreat wiiteureuf .Mr. ItMrniittt's genius t-J W. b --A. 1 UM fPA for tlld flllOtrV btlMIHSM Slmv then hln leaving home, ami hail never eeu a dra- tAo, was an innovation tlckiO to an on-- j tertaiument h id never lajforo been aucname has Itecome a wiri, uml i matic performance. z "The play at liarniim'afit was on the I'Jch tioned in this iitr. nseiateil in th (inlilie niliid with every-thtj"Tlie day w.is dreary Jind wot in tho ox-- , thrttV womierfiil and lint a liUlain of .lithe, NDsiii 'The I'atriuta of Sumthe line of nttntct I ve hoaxing tli ".Upaii-- ter,' and the adorn had one iinthtnuanlia tromo, but I he house was crowded, al- - j .Mermaid" and the "Woolly Hon"," patron. I laughed till all my Heighlatr.i though an uuexpectesl iuiHsillou of one' .IfS.'DO. the"Vhat-Is-ltr"ToMi Thumb" aiid'Th laughed nt me, mIkkI the moat lvulintlc shilling, or I.' t vent, ndinission it win don "Zoo." From this garden Barnum, i'lowiiiK Klephant," not to mention the team, applaude.1 till my hanilw were mrt. all shillings i lien, our chief currency Knglish and Spanish ooiu nt that tlmo liiiiley& Hutchinson priK'it red him through "Great Hnaix" and "Moril Whx KlKKora." was platssl on all who entered by tho tho otlortH of Jim Davis, a well known It adds not a little to popular iuUsrel in .. Kl proprieto.of the Garden. Geniu, tho hat- showman. When Jumbo arrived in tho this wonderful tnaii that be wns nil hi life -- , t.. Pfti ter, bhl in the first ticket ever sold for United States ho was lank, lean and tall. pursued by daiiKerolii uiiemkM (In Jenny hind In Aun-ricnnd InKvnioiis iaealiijr at &3f, n sum thnt At the imo of his death he had improved Tice wms he appeared immt !..- - in tliose day. Tho first fiom weight IS,IV)0 pounds, height 13 feet bankruptv nnd five ilmea wk ho burnisl day 1,1'JU ticki-twere sold, tho gross V inches, girth 24 feet 0 inches, to 20,1'JO out, jet he rore from the lint like Antieus amount realized being "O.IUt.il, nnd tho wuuds In weight, 13 feet 4 inches in find from the Ms:oud like the oft nuntwl second day tlio renialuiug siats, to tho height, 2T feet I inch in girth, an increase phrnix His lint great loss Ih heldom nuinlxjr of :.(kV, brought $1.1,81'.), making a of 1,510 pounds in weight, 7 inches in thought of, a It ociurnul in IKIi-t- o, wltu ho wahConipiirNtiely an nbocurc man, but toul of fcM, t!i8 'S for the first night's con- height and 8 in girth. Jumbo had never been thoroughly cert. There isn't a iiiisUon but Jenny when it was nuiMititiced in lN'-'- i thnt the Mnd's advent wns tho greatest amiiHCiiieut broken. Ho had lieeti trained to do nothfatluru of the great Jerome Chck ctimpfiny IIAKNtM'3 SKCOVII Mt1.:iM. witiuvssed In tho ing but carry n big saddle, upon which the wont that has ever had .swept away Mr. Hirnum's entire fort-tuuaway little children sometimes rode, but ho had popular tmtimatisl at fl,OOU,(K), tho and went me, swelling I with Hilrlntlsm. history of Now ork.'' worked my way tisi, for While he Darnum'K original contract with tho never lieen taught anything. public amareiueut w us bh It w ould bo uow It lnted homeiiHMMin an MMwible and enlisted unwas generally under Arstingstall's charge gioat ulnger contained sotuo atraugo at tho failure of a Gould or a Vauderbilt. Ho agreed to furnish her with a with Itanium, ho was under tho pprsonal This Is the only pfirt of .Mr. Itanium's der Uio next call (Ih. it was all very, ery I lifo of which he ever poku with bitterne, real to me, and even now love to toll my waiting mnld, a male servant nnd a secre- keeping of his old keeper, Scott, who had I my of my first and only visit to tary, to pay all their expenses, to furnish been with him nearly nil his life. for ho was nlxivo all thlutts a genial man. own Museum. " Mr. Barnum himself told this story of Scarcely any one Udievwl that he would her each day with a carriage and horses, and to pay her 11,000 for each concert or tho purcha-- e of the big elephant- retrieve his fortunes, many serious perMus DARNUM AND JENNY LINO. During my visits to London I hnd often tlevlnrtsl that it was a "judgment," and a oratorio in which Hhe sang. Hengieod to pay Julius IlenislictSi'i.OOi) to conduct 1W Feeii the famous big elephant, and had ridfew of the boxer Mirt i)euly exalteil in hln Ho llriinglit Hrr In A ami Made concerts, and to pay Itelletti, tho baritone, den on him, but it never entered my head runt Yet In seven j ears ho was gruater iHtn.UOO on tin- - Viiliii. that I could buy him. 1 eventually told my Iwfore and hooti after nun li richer. than Mr. Itanium whm forty years old at the f IU,.V) for tho Name numlier of concerts. While exhibiting .loycu Heth, the colored time he brought Jenny Mud concerts in tho agent to approach Mr. Itartlett, tlie superAfter giving ninety-threto America. anil In woman, "101 years, old and ouco tlie nuru Her tho contract intendent of tho garden, on tho subject. in New York occurred ept. 1, United Statesby Miss Cubawho paid was annulled Witaliiiigtnii," ho rejoiced gnxit-l- y 1nV), arrivalahe Mud, of Mr. Ho conferred with tho council of the garnnd whs rweived with great en- Itanium ( when his rwuipts rea'chwl (l.fiOOn week, thusiasm. concerta den, and they accepted my offer of $10,000 Twoorthreo years iM'fote his lacking to l.liOO each for tho sevenforfeit for for tho animal. mako W), and fci."i.000 et with "Tom Thumb" ho tnindrupled death Mr. Itanium recounted thetoryof When tho Knglish people got Informathat amount, and for the tiiuuty-flvIlls, eyes sparkled and he grew not completing the 150 according to tho tion that day. that Jumbo was to 1m taken out of given by Jenniu Mud tho grow contract. Jenny Mud's net avails of tho visibly excited as he .spoke. Ho said: concerta under Mr. llarnum'a manage- tho country they wero fairly wild witli exwoni f7ia,l(!l, of which olio-hal- f wiu "It was a lsYiutiful afternoon. The ves. citement. Many newspapers looked upon clear irotlu M'l was ifevend days late, and wo were all ment, after deducting tho ttt000nud ST.OOO it. ns nn outrage, nnd blamed tho superinAll this and much more was swept away watching for her forfeit money, were flTO.OTj.CJ, und Mr. 1 rather anxiously. in ItsV), and "for his dally beefsteak hu de- o'clock tho now that she was In sight At Itanium's j;ross receipts, after paying tendent of tlio garden, the council nnd was every ouo who had anything to dowitli pended on tho property ho had bettled on telegraphed up from Sandy Hook. I nt Jenny Mnd, were f.'Vi5,43(t.li.'. Moro than forty years havo passed sdnco tho alTair. The great art critic, John BushU wife." Vet another tour in Kuglaud onco set out in a tug, lioanled the .steamer tho first of those concerts was given. kin, took part in tlie discussion, nnd said with "Tom Thumb" nut him up again, at Quarantine, and in the midst of n Jenny Lliid'.s beautiful volco li;w long been that Buglatiil was not accustomed to sell and ho was soon in control of the famous on tho steamer's deck welcomed her pets. There was so much dissatisfacmuseum at tho corner of Autmttvet and Ordinarily sho bllenccd. tion expressed that tho zoological garden rllroaday, Now York. To this ho added Jenny Mud to America. hho was rather waa not pretty In fact, people tried to induce my agent to rescind TOM THUMB. frc-ficuriosities in rapid uccosslon, and plain, although her face was always a tho sale, hut I told them I could not; I had it, as ho nnUl, "just about to his no- pleasing had ouo but on this occasion tho ex- Tim Utile I'd low Who Was One nr liar- - niinouiiced tho purchaso of tho elephant tion" when It was diMtrojed by lire, July citement and plcuHiiro of tho moment mill's Chief Attraction. and I could not alTonl to dUappoiut tlm 13, IStVi. He hoon had another iiiumiuiii, her into a beautiful woman. Charles S. Stratton twice, tilled tho cof- American people. and that also was burnetl. Then, in 1S71, transformed United State llag.s wuro HyInnumerable fers of Itanium at times when tho show Tho stockholders of the zoological garden ho "took to tho road with a great comliiua-tioing on tlie shipping as wo passed up tho man most needed money. held a meeting whore they insisted that circus and meuagTie," ami hiiico that hnrbor, ami when tho .sailor on ouo vessel tho council had no right to sell without) date Ins history is in common knowledge, dipped tlu sUiramid stripon In her honor "General Tom Thumb," as the midgut was called, was their consent, and got out an injunction thu successes In his choen Held, Miu blew a kiss "discovered" by (ho chamon us, which by some lugal hocus-pocu- s Mr. Itanium hits been twice unwillingly from her lingers pion amusement purveyor which I cannot explain, camo up iu tho to Congress, ttw ice elocted mayor of to tho wa v i n g frent in 1SI1, nml after some court of chancery. The editor of tho I.on- - ' Bridgeport, and four tinier n roprohentu-th- e ling. Hut as wo mouths of travel in tho don Telegraph, Mr. Le.argc, sent mo a In tho legislature of the Mate. Ho passed Castlu GarUnited States was taken to telegram iu which he stated that all tlio might have been tho president of tho den alittloachnnu-e- r Knglnnd. Them tho little C. 8. STIIATTON. British children wero distressed at tho eleUnited Status, perchance, if ho had not do- lay there, with follow created a tremen phant's departure; on what terms would I tho royal flag of dous sensation, and thrico nppeared "by return Jumbo? "Answer, prepaid, iiuliin- - ' Sweden lljing nt royal command" beforo Queen Victoria, Itod." tho gatr. At tho her family and friends. When I rend the last threo words of this !AJ-- -' k yvi sight of It tears -Tho presentation sceno was amusing in dispatch I am afraid that tho spirit of praccamo into the eyes ninny ways. Itanium anil tho general woro tical joking took possession of mo forn ui i li.A t.i of this woman to received in tho great picturo gallery, atouo moment. I took tho Englishman at his i v i.T& whom a nation end of which wero tho ipieon und Prlnco word and answered "unlimited." I told JHNNV I.IVD. was about to pay Albert, tho Dutches of Kent, tho Duko of him that 100,000 would not induce me to ' homage, anil no doubt her thoughts went Wellington and others. "Tho general," cancel my purchase, and thou I gavo him n ' far away to her early home, beneath tho Itanium recounts, "walked in looking liko pretty full description of my circus, comroof of her father, tho poor shoemaker of a wax doll gifted with tho power of loco- mencing, "My largest tout seats S0.003 perStockholm. motion. Surprise and ploasuro wero de- sons," etc., and ended witli wihinu; "long "At thoAtlantlo docks, at tho foot of picted on tho countenances of tho royal lifo and prosperity to tho British nation, i Canal street, 30,000 or 40.000 people had circle. Tho general advanced with a firm Thu Telegraph and Jumbo." Thisdispatch gathered to welcome the Nightingale. Tho step, und as ho camo within hailing dis- was published in The Telegraph tho nu.t ... ,v- spars of shipping, trees, lampposts and tance iiiado a very graceful bow and ex- morning, und was republished on tho folnAltNUM'8 lltl'.TIUM.ACK. housetops wero thronged with people. No claimed, 'Good ovcnluir, ladles and gentle- lowing day in the principal neuspapera cllmd tho Prohibition nomination that such jam had over been seen in Now York. men.' A bur.it of laughter followed this throughout Great Britain, It did its part was urged upon him and If that party had In fact, Now York appeared to havo salutation. The (uecu then took lilm by in keeping tip tlie excitement. carried tho tiny. While first In Kugland emptied It.solf Into this particular basin, tho hand, led him about tho gallery and Jumbo had never been of tho gardea j ho learned to drink wine, and onco tool; and all over tho city public places worn asked him many ipiestions, tlie answers to einco the day he entered out twenty years It, in his cellar, hut lu 1817 ho decided practically deserted. The steamship glided which kept tho party lu an uninterrupted prldo before. When my ngent.sntteinpted to get that all lutoxlcants are bad, nnd thereafter into her place, u gangplank was Inunched, strain of merriment." him out ho would not stir; ho seemed to remained a teetotaler to the end. As enrly a carriago which had U'en waiting win Ho told tho queen thnt ho liked her pict- know instinctively something extrans 1845 ho began tho construction of that drawn into position, nnd without delay ure gallery "first rate," and expressed a ordinary was going that to happen. My agent wonderful oriental villa or palace at Captain West escorted Jenny Ltud down deslro to seo tho Princo of Wales. Tho cabled mo: "Jumbo is lying lu tho garden, Bridgeport called Iranlstan, which was tho plank to it nmld the prolonged cheers queen told him tho prlnco was in bed, but nnd will not stir. What shall we dol" I biiriledln IS57. Ho built Kitst. Bridgeport, of tho multitude. I havo never heard such that ho should seo him ou somo future oc- replied, "Iict him lie there as long as ho planted many thousand trees and spent a n cheer since. It was tho voico of a Joyous casion. Tho general then went through wants to." All this, it will bo observed, fortuno in improving tho city. Ono of people without ono, unhappy tono In it, his regular performance, gave his dances, kept up public Interest. hU latest gifts to tho town of his adoption Tho carriago ns soon ns povdhlo liegau to songs nnd recitations, and nfter n chat Then wo built a cage on wheels, and sunk Is tho building for tho Scientific nnd Hismako Its way through tho throng and with Prlnco Albert thoy woro permitted to tho wheels into tho ground, leaving both torical societies of Bridgeport. It will cost under tho arches which had been erected withdraw. Itanium had, howover, shocked ends of the cage open. It was many duys ri25,000, and will add much to tho archito welcome her. Tho first uroh, which tho lord in waiting by his failure to Iwforo ho could lo Induced to walk through tectural beauties of the city. Ho also fronted tho water, lioro tho Inscription, tho rttlo of not addressing tho queen We let presented n museum to Tuft's college, near Welcome, Jenny Mnd.' 'Fho second aus directly, but sho did not appear tocaro several him ,et used to going through for days, and finally him in. donaBoston, nnd nfado other princely elnbornted with tho American eagle ntid about tho infraction of it, nnd was as affa- took a ncoro of horses to shut tho cage o It pull it tions. Ills philosophy of lifo hi thu 3 set tho wonU, 'Jenny Lluri Welcome to ble as possible. of tho earth afUr we hail dug around tho forth: Americu.' Tho Dko of Wellington frequently wheels, and wo dragged tho wheels dova SHOWMAN J3ARNOM. tlnm , . ,:;.. ,:."::. 1 1 to - to tho wharf. There Jumbo met arvhole crowdof his admirers, inoluding such fash-humble people ns Lady Buriktt-Ciitts- , who brought him cakes and dainties. Ono enthusiast testified his affection by send ing somo champagne and oysters. On tho vessel we had to cut away a part of tho deck above his lodgings to make his apartment largo enough. Tho original cost of Jumbo was $10,000; his Hnd cost was Kt0,000. He paid for himself the first ten days after ids arrival. 1 - y Professor Hi A. Ward, of Hochester, N. Y., afterward set up Jumbo's skeleton, stuffed tho skin and burned tho llesh. His propareil lemaius wero given by Mr. Barnum to Tuft's college, a Universnll&t institution of learning at Boston. JOURNALIST AND time Iwforo I could stan'." Barnum with Ids family moved Into it lu November, 1!MS, and gave a house warming to oror 1,000 of his friends and nclghlwrs. When Jenuy Mnd began her tour of tho States sho remarked: "Do jou know. .Mr. Barnum, that If you hail not built Iinnistan I should never havo come to America for you?" 'Tray explain," said Mr. Barnum, much and she went on: "Well. 1 nd received several applications to visit thu United States, but I did nut mnelt liko tho appearanco of tha applicants, nor did I relMi the Idea o: rosslns S.iJU lutliw uf unier. so I declined thuui all. But sur-prlao- il, 1 , ..i-c!r- J' ADVERTISER. pio-ducc- l a ed s Ix'-ji- cli.-irii- i it-a- a fisssai ljl: K-t t- cap-tivlt- y, i t 1 - u o -- r ..,'w. .v rii lx-o- 1 1 ' j . -J .- liou-sdio- ld i II e bo-lu- g to .a s with a beautiful engraving of Iranlstan. It attracted my attention. I said to myself, A gentleman who has been so successful In I1I3 bu- iness ns to bo able to build and reside iu such a pnluce latmot be a mere adventurer.' So I wroto tojourajtent and consented to nu lnterviuw. which 1 should havo declined If I hnd not seen tho picturo of Iranltnn." To which the mnnnser gallantly replied. "Thon I am fully n paid for building 1.." Iranlstan was consumed by lira in 1857, and Itanium promptly replaced It with Waldemere. In lSXsi the showman, then n member of tho Connecticut legislature, cut editors tii we President Jackson and was handed a dispatch while making 11 Martin Yan Bureii on their way through speech on an Important bill. Ho glanced New Kugland. When Itanium was intro- ntitand continued his argument unrufllcd. duced Yan Biirvn said to him, "Oh, you Yet tho telegram told him that the famous uro Mr. Itanium, the editor who wont to American museum nt Broadway nnd Ann street was totally destroyed. This was on jail." Itarnu Hi's editorial exjwrience was of July lit, and Horace Greeley desired his benefit to him all through his life. His friend to accept it as "a notice to quit and bliss he himself had been business called for extensive advertising, nnd Barnum knew just how to mako his vainly endeavoring for thirty years to obcontracts with newspapers to the mutual tain. Tlie museum, howover, was rebuilt, benefit of both parties. "I always knew," only to bo burned down again March 2, said Itanium, "just what I wanted nnd 1SG3. The three conflagrations represented just what I ought to pay for it, and I had a loss of $1,000,000. For somo tlmo ho lived nlwnys rather pay a trifle too much than quietly at Bridgeport. April 10, 1871, howhe to economize in my printing. I have ever, 1873returned to tho show business. In tho novelty of transporting tho schemes coming to mo every now and then showing mo how I can get public notice show by rail was tried and found successmoro cheaply than I do, and presenting ful. On the 18th of November a "museum, menagerie, wero tho most alluring methods for either un- opened In hippodrome and circus" Fourthe old Hlppotheatron, on derpaying the pners which servo me by a wholesale deal or else taking from them teenth street, which was proulpt to burn a certain part of their legitimate adver- down on Christmas eve. Tho fifth tiro In tho showman's career astising by spreading my announcements, in sailed tho winter quarters of the menagpart, iu some new way. "To all of theo schemes I havo had but erie at Brid .report in November, 1S37, causone answer. I enn't afford to save money ing a loss in animals nnd property of half hero. I must use tho press. And I must a million dollars. Barnum promptly aduse it for all It is worth. No doubt I will dressed a letter to tho public, In which ho save thousands at flr.st by some of tho de- said. "Hiding, pheuixlike, from tho ashes vices and ways suggested, but this is econ- of my fifth great fire, which only served to Illuminate my path of duty as the Anier- omy that doesn't pay. If I am ever , . thankful for any Instrumental!-ties1 It is for the editor nnd his paper. They furnish tho wind for my sails. I lJi"2A don't know that I havo ever coined a max-1 tv'y.rs r&is im worth repeating, but if I evor havo It is this, 'I owo my success to printers' 1 n pro-foand- ly I'at roll of Tapers. If Birnuiii v mid not work through channels controlled by other people ho would cut channels of his own. When ho was a very j oil ng man (alxnit nineteen year.s old) he sent somo articles to a Banbury weekly paper for publication. They wcrj refused. Itanium Informed theeditortli.it if ho could not get .sentiments printed as just and as necessary to 1k expressed as those ho had submitted ho would establish a paper iu Dauburyaud print them himself. Ho canied out his threat, nnd iu tho uutumu of lstl buy an tho publication of Tho Herald of Fieedom. Tho paper naturally hnd a good deal of vigor in it, and the proprietor managed to push it far Danbury. That was a time when there was not as much freedom of tho press as there Is now, and in three" years tho enterprising young editor waa prosecuted three times for libel. In ouo of tho suits he was simply fined; a second was withdrawn: und though the third put i 111 in jail ho was brought out iu a triumphal procession. The people celebrated his rcleaso in tho court room in which he was convicted. In leed, ho hail nu easy time in jail, and made capital out of his imprisonment. Some time afterward Barnum went with somo Connecti- Itanium' litperlciirn as a I'altllsliiir and 1 :l witvci 'i-:- . '.n a nnjNIXO OF THE FItlST MUSEUM, tho first letter which your npent, Mr. Wilton. addreiM.'d tue was written upon a sheet headed s 1 c .s-'- .v .rlL Ih-c- s. liar-uum'- a Id nn-ili-- o o con-cert- a cheer-Ingcrow- d ' n lk-sld- ' f'c- .mm Tmfi& frrMS vBR . ri l oh-ser- is as follows: At London tho great Olrmpla, which seated 15,U people, was crowded constantly night nnd day. I'eoplo c.uno from all over Ureat 11 Britain. Tboro was not a town In Great Britain of any consequence which did not havo our bills posted up within Its limits. Tlio royal family, with the exception of tho queen, nnd almost all of tho nobility camo to see us. And they came not once, but nmnytiniM. When 1 received tho Princess of Wales upon her second visit 1 told her royal bljrhness that I was glad to eoo her a second time, because that proved she enjoyed her first visit. "Indeed," sho replied, "Mr. Barnum, I havo been hero three times, bunnies uiy two official visits." Incognito, as did Thnt Ho looked solemn und answered no ques- many was, sho had como thu royal family. other members of tions. Iu nu hour the sidewalks ou tho You know they get tirid of hearing "God lino of tlio brick carrier's march wero tho Otieen" tooted Into their ears overv nlur.n packed wit li people, all wondering at thot they go, and they utniito this by concealing strange Iwhnvior. Then tho man wontl thtlr identity. Tho I'rmco or ales wns ex Into tho Museum and spent fifteen miu-- 1 ceedlngly kind. Ilo tent word that ho did not to Mr. Harnuru because utes, returning lit tlie expiration of the: wish to bo Introduced as my show had boon tho ho already knew me, time to his round. only entertainment which ho had visited In After n while whenevor lie went Into tho New York. He laughed when I told him how Museum a number of people would buy Iliad used t.iat visit as a drawing card for tickets aud follow hint iu order to find out othors. I'rmco Georgo and tho crown prlnco what hu did there. Tho admission fees. of Denmark wero also frequent visitors. Tho mom tlnm n.iiii tin. taken In tlil-uclown nrlaco told me that ho had heard of mi nimi's .salary. Finally at the end of several ' bli0,v a,uri1",; his whole llfctlmo and was happy Mr. UlaiUtouo was 11N0 ilajs tlio sidewalks in frnn nt tho Vn.,,,,,,, ' to ( it la reality. tho rdghts, and gave vent in became so crowded that tho police notified J1,, hu bUr.iri0 when ho uaw moro than l.UW Mr. Barnum to call iu his muu. But tho performers on tho attigont onco. apparently senseless maneuver excited Tho English wero glad to oeo an old fellow of curiosity and advertised Barnum und his eirUty cross tho Atlantic with threo of Noah's nn.. They liko pluck, and cousldored that M Use um. plucky. But wo completely depopulated tho other places of amusement In Loadoa. I had BARNUM'S FIRE RECORD. to lau','h when my old friend, Ilcury Irving, referred to this. I attended of his- famous in HoiifU Itiiriicil Ouco UN Shinv Saf suppers, which begin nfter onuo'clock and ond 11 feieil l'niir Times. nlHiut 4 In tho morning. When ho toasted wo Five tiinas during his long career as a ho said, "Wo liko Mr. Barnum: w 0 nro glad to showman Itanium suffered groat lo.ves by havo him with us, but wo wish Just now thnt lire. It wa.s iu tho '40's that ho amassed ho was :t,W0 miles away." IBs own thcutor had his first fortune, principally as the result buffered almo.t as much nt tho others. of tho Tom Thumb tours. Iu ISIS ho erectCircus. ed iu Bridgeport a magnificent mansion ou every part of tho United tho plan of tho Georgo IV pavilion at Brighton. It wns tho first specimen of States are familiar with tho Itanium & oriontial architecture in America, and with Bailey circus, ns it has been constituted Its spacious grounds was ono of the show for several years. Ou tho night of Mr. plates of Connecticut. Ho called it "Irani-Stan,- " Itanium's death April 7 a jierfonnanca , which means "Eastern Country was in progress at tho Madison Squaro Place" or "Oriental Villa." Ono of the Garden in Now, York. Therowas no infunny men of the time divided it iuto terruption, and 'very fow if auy in tho. stun, and gave tho audience know tlitt the great showman these sylahlci, explanation that "I" (Barnum) "ran u Iouk h...l pissed away. j ' nv Bro:l,ij-interested Ho becimo known nil over tho United States, If not iu Europe. Among his friends were William Cullen Bryaut, of, the Lvening Post; James Gordon Bennett, Sr., of Tho Herald, and Horace Greeley, of Tho Tribune. But advertising in newspapers was only a part of Itanium's success In attracting the attention of the public to himself ami to what ho presented for Its amusement. Illustrations of his genius in this direction are plentiful. Indeed they are found iu connection with every prominent enter prise Barnum undertook In the days when he wns active as showman. He often seized nn opportunity by Instinct, even before he had u definite conception as to iiow to utilize it. Ono morning a muu entered his office in tho American Museum and begged somo money. Noticing thnt tho man was strong nnd well able to work, tho showman asked him why he did not earn his living by labor. The nmn said he could find nothing to do. Itanium gave him some money with which to get a breakfast, and when lie returned gave him a job. This was the job: Itanium diiected his employe to layabtick on the cornor of Broadway and Ann street, opposite tho Museum; another clo.--o by the Museum entrance; a third diagonally opposite, nt tho corner of Broadway and Yesey street by tho Astor House; a fourth iu front of St. Paul's church, opposite. Then with a fifth brick iu baud the man was directed to take up rapid march from ouo brick to another, making a circuit and exchanging bricks at each point, and to say nothing to anyone. Ho was further directed at the end of nn hour to go into tho Museum nud spend fifteen minutes there. Tho man naturally asked tho object of so strange a proceeding. 11 irnum gavo him no satisfaction, but told him ho would bo well paid. Tho man placed his bricks and began to exchange them. Half an hour afterward 500 people wero watching him. J ink.'" W TV --. M:v -- ON BUr.N'IXO OF U.VltM'M'S W1NTEIS QUARTKUS. 11 lean people's champion amusement provider, I havo taken into equal partnership my energetic nnd experienced friend and former associate, James A. Bailey. Wa havo enlarged and vastly improved tha 'Greatest show on earth,' which wo 'propose to establish as n permanence." I ) Ills Triumphs Abroad. Itanium's visits to Europe in 1S44 nnd 1S."7 with Tom Thumb havo been ulludetl to elsewhere. Ho rnndo his third professional trip in ISSO. ami took with him tho "Greatest Show on Earth," chartering u small lleet of steamers for that purpose. Mr. Itanium's account of the ventura m.itlo public after his return to America illai-niiiii'- s ". . . .&UN r,, 4tllsfca( mm iMMMlMMMN f I Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal CflAB ORCHARD. MT. VERNON, ROGKCASTLE COUNTY. Don't forget tlio "Rent Day' Satur- f I $ day night. going on Dr. V. S. Iteazley'8 work so far lias and other improvements are j to here. given satisfaction and we believe him Mr. K. Grant, of Pino Hill, died SatIttKtliobext preparation liiivopvcriiM'tlor heard S workman, lie is preparboa Z of. I luartlfy recommend It to all Horneuicu." urday and was buried Sunday by the ed to do nil kinds of dental work. We have fiumlreih of lueh lettimontalt. SOME ADVICE. Labor. Mr. J. II. llutchiuga' distillery clos- Knights of with the roynl diadem upon her lovely . IVI1I.I.VIH1 Mr. I). N. Williams received a painNA rrlee,S1.5lnrrlinltli. Auk voiirdruralst forlt. If ho ed down yesterday. The average yield Hum the Other lYllmr the lloncflt nf brow. Too much work has been done doeti not kreplt wndiwilc ntnmiMnrMlver.fortrlulr'x. ful cut in tho hand while cutting kinIII I2torlence. Y. II. Ai CO., Whitehall, X. Y. JLtJOIBTRADK WAItK. was 1.32 gallons per bushel. Mr. Joseph here and too many costly plants and elwood with a hatchet. There was a young man in n scat by egant buildings already established and I'm Hiniiimi McCiuro wna the distiller. Joe is n tine dling Mrs. Xesbitt gave the pupils of her himself who betrayed such impatienco young man and squeezes the bushel to allow tho city to decline and school a delightful little picnic Wednes every time tho train stopped that tho erected tight. old man in front of him finally turned fall to decay. I viewed the city over today afternoon in Valley Park Miss Nellie Yantis royally entertainday, as far as one can do so in one day, & The Watts Steel and Iron Co., of and inquired: ed a few of her friends at hor suburban "Anything special on yer mind to from the $100,000 Knglish hotel to the Middlesboro, have closed a contract for home. An elegant dinner was served, make ye act so narvous? Heard any bad humblit workim; man's cottage, ami it the purchase of the quarry of conglom- news?" s& Which nil enjoyed and partook of freely. is growing right onward and the builderate stone owned by S. P. Grillin at "Xo. sir." Your scribe was one of tint honored Sinks, this county. Six cars perday will ings ate going right upward. Unlike thei "Didn't know but somebody was building of guests. Solomon's Temple, the hambe shipped. This stone is used in mak- dead." Wo are glad that our friend and "No, sir. I'm to bo married at C mer here is waking the wild, sleeping ing tiro brick and reducing iron ores. old schoolmate, V. 15. Hansford, has obHAS LED YEA echoes of the forest. Two hundred new WORM REMEDIES FOR Mr. Geo. Jackson, a native of Liver- o'clock this afternoon in IJuiralo." tained his license to practice law. He buildings, most of them dwelling houses, "Shoo! Yon don't say so!" pool and an old and experienced newsE "Yes, sir." received his license last week and on last paper . are now being erected. I saw many forman, has accepted the position of "And it makes yo narvous?" Monday he made his initial speech in mer Lincoln county men. notably among Jackassociate editor of the Signal. Mr. "Somewhat, I supjwse." PREPARED SV RICHAR0S0N-TAY1ORMED.ST.tOUIJtf defense of J. W. Moore and won the son is whom were Bourne Goggin Pennington, a graceful as well as a forcible gal?" KT.TJCA1:. him. He ease. May it ever be thus with Dawson, Dudderar, fcc. experience "Yes." man and has our writer. He has had editorial is a promising young I was in the city court till It.' o'clock, "Lots o' money?" on a Paris journal and was in that city best wishes for success. His father says where I did a land ollice business, one "No." at the time of the seige. the style of the linn now is "on & "Then it's a caso o' lovo?" client being so well pleased he paid me One night Inst week the store of "Yes, sir pure and simple, as I am in gold. Judge Rhorer, formerly of ColFather." May the mantle of the father Win. Welch and postoilice at Pine Hill proud to sfly." fall upon the son. umbia and Crab Orchard, is the city was burglarized. Friday evening Hen"In other words, you hain't got imthin', Miss Maggie Tucker spent Saturday T1IK VUCAX CHILLED PLOW. ry and Jim LaRue, two coonsaged about sho hain't got nuthin', and you don't judge, and a good one, too. He presides and Sunday with Miss Nanuie Kdmis-to- u. 15 and 17, came to town and disposed of either of you expect nuthin' from no- with dignity and decides with ability. Mr. A. J. Sigler has gone to the ci- a observed but one thing wrong in the number of new pocket knives, harps, body?" ty to purchase spring goods. Mrs. Sam postage stamps, etc. They remained over Imkmijks, Attkntion. We call your attention to the following nd temple of justice ami that was that only "That's it." Higgins and baby, of Somerset, are the "Wal, young man, that's tho way one chair had any bottom to it. There- vantages of "The Vulcan'" over any Chilled Plow made: Kirst, the until next day, whenollicers from Pino o' folks, and it can't bo helped. fore I commenced my first speech as fol- Vulcan is guests of her sister, Mrs. J. 0. King. Mr. Hill made of the original and genuine Chilled Metal. Second, traced them to this point and ar- with lotsin that way myself. It Started and Mrs. K. L. Collier have returned rested They had none o' my business, of course, and hah't lows: "May it please your honor, it the iron used in chilled parts is first quality Lake Superior Charcoal. the prob- must be under most embarassing circumfrom Cumberland Gap. Mr. Collier has on clothing and shoes which they had Third, we give you a solid point, no scooping out or shaving olT to an abcess on his leg and has just recov- taken from the store. They had their ably this thing has gone too far to let stances that I appear for the first time in save iron. Fomth, we give you a solid mould board, no thick edges you back out, but let mo givo ye some ered from a severe attack of fever. Dep- pockets filled with tobacco, spool thread, advice. I'vo tried both sorts. I fust the great city of Middlesboro, ami in a with scooped back. Fifth, the Vulcan mould board is re enforced on uty Collector Thomas Coil was up this knives, harps, copper cents, etc. Exam- married a gal for love, and lived for fivo great city hall where every lawyer and week inspecting Capt. F. W. Dillion's ination trial was had at Pino Hill and years on johnny cake and barley coffee. witness must bottom his own chair and the back by ribs and will stand double the strain of any other chilled Every Plow guaranteed. For sale by work as gauger. Mr. J. A. Haldeman the prisoners being unnble to give $."300, Sho died, and I married a widow for the latest man has the softest seat, which mould board. forty acres of land, six cows, three bosses he usually takes out with him when he wife, of Louisville, were the guests of and they wero jailed. A window had been sheep, and I'm highway leaves the hall." This her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Buch- prized open with an axe and sash bro- and fifty-forebuke was heartanan. Mr. and Mis. George II. Myers, ken to gain an entrance. Tho thieves commissioner, postmaster nt our corners, ily applauded and will do good. They school trustee and referee of all iuinnin' of Richmond, are here ou a visit to her helped themselves to flour, bacon and J N MrKEFKE matches in the county. If it hain't too have all the paraphernalia of a great ci- - A C SINK Bailey. Messrs. J. brother, Mr. J. R. late- when yo git to Buffalo, just move tv. They have an interpreter and all yN j everything that struck their fancy. fore W. Guest and Samuel Lyons, of Danrt' Maj. lohn D. Harris and Col. D. tluit the meeting do now adjourn, and ics, ville, were hero Sunday. Mr. Josh w avn.t.io w.fAro.i;Dnn , ..r ,oro .i,,. then peel yer eyes fur a witlder with a .. ..WU., of Lancaster, formerly of this farm. Lovo hain't nuthin' but a sort of ring tho week in the interest of their The best .selected stotk ai)(i lowest prices in Central Kentucky. mist, anyhow, and it passes oil sooner or place, was hero talking with old friends. W. K. YAUNON kinsman, Col. C. M. Clay. Mr. J. M. later, but when yo kin go out and lay SASH, The boys will remember him by the Williams and a party of friends from t.t ft nnai.iru,l aP ...ia L.IMIISKK, " yer hand on land worth eighty dollars la in.1 ludCemade,nth the delh of Judge T V phrase, ''Go 'long George!" Mr. RusDOORS, CKII.ING. Richmond and Winchester are on a fish- - an acre, and hear tho bosses, cows nud iu nit 4111VH ui inr utranvcratii v vvfet im, awww.w vl? sell Dillion was down Sunday to see that iii-rij- n party. SIDING, ing excursion down on Rockcastle river. sheep cavortin' o'or tho downy lea, you which is very dear to him. Mr. Henry Mr. Verandah and Stairwork at citv prices. of Middlesboro, know you've got sunthin' solid back of John K. Vowels, l'ettus, one of our cleverest young men, with his mother is visiting relatives b0ma "che vith "&?- "in I went home with his cousin, Mr. Eben here. Rev. II. C. Payne, who has beeen Isew ork rettus, of Somerset. Mrs. W. G. We carrv a full stock of everything found in a IliiilcliiiK , laid up with grippe for the lastsix weeks tho orcu,ion. Mr. is visiting her father-in-laIn the certiorate hmitt cf Rowland is able to be around. Messrs. 13. II. and Tho barber drew his fingers gently John Kdmiston. Mrs. 0. P. King and Jackson Conn have returned to their re- - across tho face of his victim and said: g II J DARST, KowlanJ , Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract Miss Mamie, her Iiamtaomn duughti-r"You have a strong beard, sir." spectivo homes, Oklahoma andArkan-- j SINE & MKNKFF.K, Stanford, Ky. for building. are visiting Mrs Daisy McCollum, of eas Harbor. Their mother is fast recov- There was no reply. Ho caressed tho . Junction City. Mr. Robert Pittmanand orim. from her illness. Mrs. Helta Burn- - winy iocm ami queneu: THE SHELTOM HOUSE,! family, of Danville, were the guests of Have a shampoo, sir? Your head side has returned from Garrard, where ' really needs it." Mrs. Kittie King last week. Mr. J. L. J. H. UHEER. Proprietor. sho went to be present at the burial of FOR Till-- ; HIGCl-STho stillness remained unbroken. of Pineviilo.is visiting friends Sttinhuis, Mr. John Burnside. Mr. It. L. Brown, - "Shall I wax your mustache, sir?" here. We are always glad to see his of Level Green, accompanied .Mr. B. H. No roply. Firt am acconmodatiur. at reasonable rate. pleasant face. Mr. V. E. Perkins has "Sea foam, sir:' Conn on his return to Oklahoma. Capt. Ojn djy and night bam pie room and 'Otliwry moved into J. F. Holdam's house, re- Douglas, The man in tho chair drow a small in connection who runs local freight on this cently vacated by J. F. Cummins. Mrs. division, has a hen with two bills. Miss tablet from his pockot and wroto on it: Dr. J. D. Pettus has been very sick for "I nm deaf and dumb." ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, Mattie Williams and Mrs. Zula Sparks IX- On tho wall beido the mirror hnng a eomo days, hut is better now. are visiting reatives in the city. "Pap" largo "No Credit" card. Tho barber Seventh and Market Streets, MullinsandW. L. Martin, of Living- turned it and pointed to tho motto on Logans Greek and Dix River. - - - Kentucky, ston, were in town Wednesday to attend tho reverso side. Tho inscription wu Louisville, Mrs. II. M. Ballou and little daughWILL OPEN MONDAY, MAR 1. Masonic lodge. Mr. Andy Payne and this: ter, Augie, of Lancaster, wero visiting family, who moved to Newcomb, Tenn., "Deaf and Dumb Men Doublo Price." Having sold out our entire inttrett In the hotel, j relatives here this week. Since our last two weeks since, have returned to their "No shampoo, no wax, no sea foam!" on Jefferion street, we hate moved to our old stand that e mi suciefsfullr said the digusted man in tho chair, sud- on Seventh andoccupied fur years are no fittiBir it areport Misses Mollio and Lizzie Beuzley former home in this county. Market streets, denly (hiding a voice. up in elegant shape, new throughout and the outjoined their and brother, Embry, have uy be "All right, sir," rejoined tho barlwr. fit ill In everyI'atscnger elegant, including; one ol Klevaturs Hale's and mother at Middlesboro. Several of our J. H. Miller Declines the Call to Become a "Thought I'd fetch you round. Fine uithall Safety improvements llacifiK"vsnt all ot j We the late AND"boys will likely attend tho drama at Crab Candidate For the Legislature. our old Iriends to c me and see us in our old home. ' day, isn't it;" Chicago Tribune. We promise you that our rooms, table and xervke Orchard Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Messrs. Anderson, Scott, Traylor, Robshall be second to none in the land. My wife, Mrs. James A. Dudderar spent Saturday and inson, Dudderar, Gooch and others: K)atonsl Coriln. Jo II. Alexander, wants to he remembered to all friends and she Hillbe'lad Algernon Spoons (who has poetic aspi- our lady them R heal IV reception Kare msec them Sunday with relatives near McCreary. Gkntujmun: Raised among you and St per day. and jive IO. II. ALKXANUKIt. Manager 101 correspondent had tho pleasure of receiving from you repeated assurances rations) Alas, this sordid world! Shall Your being at Kirksville Saturday and en privately and publicly of your desire for I never know a sympathetic soul! Can route homo stopped over nt Buckeye mo to represent our county in tho legis- I never touch a responsive chord! IAM.HAM John CASTUEMAN His Mother (distinctly practical) Sunday, when he heard a very interest- lature, I must bo allowed to express my Well, thero aro about fourteen cords out In the county, go to ing sermon delivered by Rev. Hum- sincere thanks to and esteem for you all. iu tho woodshed that would probably refrom there he cauio on near I have received many expressions of like spond if you should touch them right phrey and McCreary, where ho made a very pleas- confidence from democrats from other with an nx. Boston Courier. ant lato afternoon call, and after arriving parts of our county. Onu Slile of the Story. at Lancaster aleo made a brief little call. If there was ever a time when wo Briggs Hoard thero was a big row Oh! by tho way, that reminds me of needed a man competent and true and ATTENTION GIVKN TO REPAIRING and all something I noticed in tho Gilbert's one who has always been faithful to tho between you and Simpson at tho board meeting yesterday. work guaranteed. OF Creek correspondent's letter to the party and the people, now is tho day. "Wilson It wasn't much of a row. I Advocate several days ago, for Nominate such a man and you will have merely said that Simp-o- n was an idiot. which wo are duly thankful. Dogs got dono well. As for myself I am compella Briggs What did Simpson do? r a at: n Diin i Jx.lJ)lJ2it-V02s.iojjiiiiTi-Wilson Ho got up and proved it. into Mr. John Spoonamore's sheep tho ed to say that my business is such as to MANAGERS, first of last week and killed and wound- prevent mo becoming a candidate with- Now York Recorder. o0. Samuel Dudderar tells us out sacrifice to my personal interests. ed about a Commerce Building, Louisville.! No Cliuiiru for Tliimi. gelding last week he sold a y.year-olJ. II. Millkr. Very Respt., impossible to hopo for any re"It is Agents throughout the South. to Pony Beuzley for $200 and purchased ligion, civilization or independence of Stanford, April 14, '01. filly of "Uriah Simpson a nice character from tho cannibals." for sjjoo. "WhysoV" W. A. TRIB3LB, Local Agent, Resolntlons of Respect. "Because they nover assert themselves, At a meeting of tho Ladies' Aid SocieSTAN FOR I). KY. HUBBLE. by tho Is Receiving His ty of the Presbyterian church, Stanford, but aro altogether inlluenced sold some shoats tlie following resolutions were adopted: tastes of their follow men." PhiladelRobt. Underwood 5U phia Times. weighing about 90 lbs. to S. E. Owsley at Ri:solvki), That in tho death of Mrs. ac Dr. Carpenter reports Miss Hattio Bettio P. Bruce, her friends, tho commuA .Stroke of I.tick. Socienity, her church, Robinson convalescent and it is to be ty have sustained tho Ladies' Aid a great loss. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. hoped that sho will be out again soon. COMPANY Of a happy, joyous nature, her presJim House, Sr., has returned to his home ence was like a ray of sunshine. Of a i.ld i fOl nil .. in Missouri. Cyrus Eaeon is getting bright mind, a sympathetic heart and willing hands, she was one that will bo along well with his broken leg and will sadly missed. All per nthavuiR claims aeaiust the estato of be all O. K. soon. Mis. S. J. Hubble LM. That it is not of her womanly virthe late I I. Stephenson will present them to tne 2 Houses and Lots in McKinney, at one properly virified. TIiom- indebted to tho lloth desirable home, ror information and and Miss Mary Hubble are visiting at tues, or as a faithful friend wo "would ahove estate will also call and settle term address "aro known and read of all K LNN,Admr Roy Garner's near Crab Orchard this speak; these btansord, Apl ft. MRS. SUSIKh ADAMS, I1)V. Weil Main SlrnI in tho week. Miss Eliza Smith's school hero is men," but as a worker sound Church of Lcxinirtnn, ,rv judgment, God. Zeal, with MILX,.;-- 2 increasing since tho pretty weather set our hand iu hand in her work, and it ETEV7 went in. K. A. White has his usual number is fitting that we shoultl say a few words I have finished my new Saw Mill on the SomerCASX-- I of horses to break this spring and is n in memoriam of one who, though dead, set pite, 7 miles troin Stanford and air 'prepared any kind of I.U.M1 KR. SI iS'o'LKS. to yet shall speak. That we pray tho denr good handler. Clarence Smith was able Ac ,at LOWEbT I'RICI.S. I will sell tho Lord that oyer her open gravu. Ho will the null or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give I'lrnin '"is'ii- - ' lo call and soo us Wednesday after a loug consecrate us anew to His service, and mea trial. I'iitoirn.e.MAVHtlOD.Ki. . spell of Hickness. IF YOU WANT at Stan It seems that our set- that we falter not in any good work. I will dellcr s.iwed chestnut shingle ford or Rowland at 1 'i per.M. 3d. That wo offer to tho bereaved famhero is filled up on cattle, as tlement A i. iwvai 10 s3'r both droves that stopped hero last week ily our deepest anil truest sympathy, AND A HAPI'V COOK, USK wo would commend to them the Doodles Just hml a truiucndoua piece ailed to sell and left Tuesday for Rich- and Whom she faithfully sought. of luck. ,AT.. Harrodsburg in search of Comforter, mond nud April, im. Noodles As how? ol about 130 acres, situ, I desire to sell my larm buyers. Wu are glad to state that B. F. ated about ijf miles north of Stanford on th Doodle- s- Why, I met Snyder, and ho mado us glad by getting ablo Hush Ilranch pike, opposite thepld church. There Eugleman Forty masked men broke into jail at struck mo for two dollars. M. F. ELK1W & CO.'S, MADE BY are about 50 acres in wheat and rye; thu balance to bo out again after a long confinement Sealand, Washington, and shot to death Noodles Well? of the farm well ct in timothy. Oood dwelling of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid new LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS Doodles Why, I hadn't a cent. Say, to his room. two convicted murderers who wero waitbarn; Is well watered and fenced. Possession can can you lend mo five dollars? be given immediately. For particulars, se J. P. COMPANY, Ky. t Harrodsburg hns a female shoema- ing now trials. Tho prisoners wero ridIlailey, Stanford, or write the nndersiBned SJ.iyr Noodles No; I'm in tho same good E. WITHERS. Cincinnati, Ohio. dled with bullets in their cells. ker. LEXINGTON, KY. luck. Harper's Bazar. Tho tlrst car of bark this season wns shipped from this point Wednesday. Our afllicted friend, Mr. J. K. is improving as the days brighten. Considerable painting is being dono Mc-Clar- y, first-clas- s Middlesboro. To the Editor Interior Journal.! Minni.KSiiouo, April 14. Having been importuned by two ladies to come with them to Middlesboro to assist in tho sale of some land they owned, will nccouut for my presence here. This is certainly a great place and is now not only tho Queen City of the Mountains, but is destined to enlarge her population till she becomes tho Queen City of Kentucky, .IAY.FYF.RFF Mill Mn I. I. Case, mirknrv flrovo Kiiolnc, WIs.,mijh: "After trying of every known rutiinly, I reimm'tl it lurgo ltuiieh -of two yearn Mantling, from n U year old lllly, -2 villi three iippllentlotm or Jny-Kyof- X QUINN'S OINTMENT, 1 .? n m 7 WW WHITES CREAM very ift 0$0Vb c W$ CO. i;IY ' VEMFUfJl 20 sqlo everywhere ssrra All guaranteed "Good-lookin- g The Plow of the Age, 1 house-breaker- '- I ur 3. K. A W. H. WEAREK J e, . Lumbep Yard, FLOORING, ASTD m ! 1 ( j M..jf-- I.ATII, , ' Ed-mist- ?0r f"j ,;,,, For Sal 3iniiinn Twenty WOVEiST Lots WERE SLilT FENCE. f FIRST ciiSLSS DUMBER V5LRD. , 'W A Rowland, . Kentucky., I j BARGAINS -- WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY :H j - j -- SILVERWARE A C. ROYAL LIVERPOOL. Insurance Company, on cruris .i W. B. IVIcROBERTS'. Dan-yill- o I d wtoM Jlum-ber- t. H.6.RUPLEY,-- 1 1 Springs Summer Goods NOTICE! iZ-- ! x. ST V " &REAM EXINGTON.KY -- FOR SALE. fiJfS 1 ( -- SAW - o GOOD BREAD DREAM .... Paid For Hides and Fur, FLOUR Farm .For Salo. Stanford, M""'"1" ' I'LgL' "MWWIIISSSllH MMl (jMsViVyl itom& JSfntAa &!& i--