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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891042401 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. " iWi niiiiliimyii HMfcuH.i i 11 lillll i.iCMnt.,"H .PI 1 .ljfT ' '"""-- " ( 1 r tn n ;iy ".' V 1 Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. Rev George Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. APRIL 24. 1891. ,- NO. 15 0. Barnes Suggests a Plan or Organized Contributions to Himself" And Geo. W. Dunlnp. (To the Editor Interior Journal. Wilt you pleasu pnblmh ''lor mild IntiK syne" thu enclosed letter recently received by mu from Hro. Rarites? It speaks frankly and wMy on a subject in which all the friends of lb gospel bf prcachc nrt intcrcnted. It pointH otit n way in which wo can a plain ilnty. The plan all KiiKK'Rt'l by Hro. Humes could not bo improved upon; except, perhapo, nt In tbo proportion our fuml onulit to b divided between him nntl Hro. Dunlap. That, however, could ensily be arranged among tbo mibsoriboro. ltoMpootfullv, Mits. W. O. Win.cn. April IK), 1S1I1. dint-barg- e O. I. I.. A. N. K. lSIU.j I don't hoo any way limit Siktkh: of preventing n recurrence of tho painful experience of latt winter, except an organized plan of regular ruibHoriptions, that will give something to bo depended upon. Ah long aH "help yaitn on tho cry of want," so long will a double wrong bo d"no. 1. To tbo donor, who will lose the opportunity of doing a sporttuieous thin?, which in more than half of tbo blessed-nPHof any good action. 2 To thti receiver, who will HBturudly puller long before making hN wnntH known. No one can toll '1 don't speak particularly of my own wad recent expo, nonce) whatcrioHof anguish have gone tip to Heaven before tho heart has been tortured into making known its troubles to earth. A rid when tho appeal has been made- to friends which every one who ban pnswd over the road known in the last resort of nn hoiiI itis always mingled with a sense of wrong, in being obliged to beg what the law of Love should have ottered at a cheerful gift, without any begging. inlt as I said above, I sen no way of getting tho better of Satan, who will repeat this racking process to tbo end of tho chapter, unless we set common nonse abreast of faith, and with this "double team" d'aul and JamtM) of "faith and works" pull through thin diihcully. For it is quite certain that I shall be vtuir "foreign missionary" ns Jong as bodily and mental vigor bust. I am utterly untitted for anything else, now ; and, intleed, I ask no more honorable position in tho gospel of . i. i.. A. s. K. than to be a "lirst class tramp" in proclaiming it. Tiioswbo lovo me for my gospel's sake can never hope to hoar me, except nt otld Union, as tho wide sweep of my itinerant ministry brings me within occasional reach. Therefore, if there is any dispoition to take part in tlte support of this 'blessed gospel, it is plainly to be done in one of three ways; I. A remittance, "whenllthe Spirit moves." L. A prompt response to a cry of distress, like the loving answer tojlast winter's call." A systematic subscription of a sum, creator small, as inclination or tlnanuial ability may allow. As to the 1st, my experience of even my best friends is rather in tho direction of the old fashion, "out of sight, out of mind." At any rate, the money does not come. Hither tho Spirit moves not, or else is not heeded a very common experience, ns wo all know, who havuso often listened to the "still small voico" without obeying it. Astotliu'-- plan, it is a gratuitous cruelty that I hope no friend of mine will ever demand a repetition of. It is so contrary to o. i. i a. n. k. that 1 wont discuss it. Thoro remains tho lid, that seems to bo tho Scriptural plan in the Old and now Testament, whether in "tithes" or in Paul's "let each of you lay up, as God has prospered," that this mat-to- r of giving may not be left nt loose unds, but 1)0 an ordered chanty. I therefore respectfully surest that a definite "circular" be Bent to all of the friends known to bo favorable to o. i. i.. a. N. k., something like this: "1 promise, as ability ami willingness continue, to pay quarterly to tho elected secretary and treasurer of the o. i. i a. cts. jc. k. Gospel Propagation Fund, $ equally to G. W. , to bo disbursed Dunlap and Geo. O. U.unes in likoquar-terl- y payments, to aid them in preaching the gospel of the grace of God." Signed, subscriber to have a voto in Each electing tho secretary and! treasurer, whoso oflice, of course, will bo a mere labor of lovo. Or any other plan working ton similar end that your ovrn good judgment may suggest. There! that is tho best plan I For ourselves, wo are "simi ly know. trusting, that is all," as wo have ulwaa Ever in Jesus, done. Geo O. lUnxns. Ai'itit. I. over-burdene- LosiKiiorrii, MoiuYHinni:, X. H d over-itraine- d never-endin- g 1 M Nellio Grant Sartoris arrived in tho land of her birth this week. Her mar-ric- d life baa been auything but happy. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. ability in riding horseback, which lie HUSTONVILLE. does a goodly portion of ids time in BooThe Presbvtenan church is being - fjgK Every Tone Ilium sold a fancy combined ing to Ids farm and property and in vis- painted and penciled. many women suffer from Excessive or gelding to Pony Benzley last week for iting neighbors and ttie homes of his Scant Menstruation; they don't know A largo crowd of Lancaster peop'o S.'OO and a mate to C. T. Sandidgo 'for! who to confide in to get proper advice children. attended court nt Danville Monday. Don't confide in anybody but try same amount. His three married daughters and a bo Next Monday will be county court Mrs. Mollio T. Williams has just re- foldaughter-in-lahave bis widowed ilay and a largo crowd is expected in ccived ami onened thu largest and love lowed him from Tennessee to this State. best stock of millinery ever brought to ,.,. Their names are, respectively, Mrs. L. pi.. v,.,i ;....... ...um,Y,.., """""a uustonvillo. Pi ices to suit the times. 11. Adams, Mrs. It. L. White, Mrs. G. A. a Specific for PAINFUL, PROFUSE. t A been very sick for the past few weeks, is SCAMY, SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR Tho Hedge Co. is doing a Swinebroad and Mrs. .lennio llright. His able to bo out again. MENSTRUATION. land office business in our vicinity. only son, Mr. George P. Bright, resides A number of our business men have .Vi-n-Book to "WOMAN" malted free. 1iirmfra nr Tutpdiinfti.il ftinf it a flu. near him. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ca. ornamented their windows sicusi coming fence and a few years hence r.i .. old J all Mrucclits, His grand children number 'J7 mid his Intnl.. if ..It.. .. .... n1!.. .. I.... """ ..mm- in nillll- l'l If III II H'lllTH and board fencing will be one of the l:!, making with The Phillips store rooms under the . traditions. himself !) living souls of his own de- opera houe have received a new coat of Tho Wcatherford Hotel is undergolifescendants being numbered in his "W paint, which is a great improvement. A. S. ing a thorough overhauling, remodeling time ami may ho still survive many Judge M. D. Hughes has been apGREEMBERRY BRIGHT. SURCKOy DENTIST. years aud blessings. May Ids long and pointed city assessor, and is now busily ami touching up, which completion will lift Hiistonville clear above all contro-- j Oflice ;on Mam street, over W. II McRoberu Another of Lincoln's Citizens Past life, like the Autumn fruit, which engaged taking lists of town property. Drug Store, Stanford. versy as to "what town in Kentucky is and nearly 90. only sweetens as it hangs and withH. A. Burnside, chairman of tho the drummers' Mecca?" When we started to publish the pic- stands the Summer's heat, be rich in county committee, lias called a DR. W. E. One man had his field ready and be tures of the men over SO in this county, store and quality and yield an abun- meeting for next Monday to select dele it was with the hnpu that the old gen- dant harvest for eternity an himself gates to tho State convention to be bled gin planting corn last week. Many will strain a point to plant some this week. tlemen would have photogntghs taken "enter into tho joy of our Lord." in Lexington, May 2l. Oflice Main strpot, Many will need an early variety to finish racated South side K Huffman, in oflice recently prizwhich look liko them and would he by Dr. L, Stanford, Ky. The Lancaster Burlesque Company with and the old weather man says there J. H. Miller Changes his Mind. It is unnecessary ed by their families. went over to Nicliolasville on Saturday will be no rain after May. I have read the iNrwuoi: .Iouk.vai. of to say that Mr. llright did not have Ids I night and gave their entertainment. "Tack" Nail and "Slick" Green have In justice to my friends, I take They report a very plenMiut taken. Tho above was made from an old visit, nltho' demonstrated their superior artistictnste daguerreotype taken perhaps 10 years pleasure in announcing myself a candi- they came out a little short financially. Kuildmgf and skill as lead spreaders, ago and bears but slight resemblance to date: for the Legislature, subject to the It. F. Hudson has qualified 88 adIn the corporate limits of Rowland. decorators, etc , in their finishing the old man now. Tho following, writ-t'- action of tho Democratic jmrty. ministrator of W. 0. Sweeney. The 86 II J. DARST, Rowland. touches to the new Vendome Hotel, recognize the importance of the posi- stock of.clothing, boots, our request by charming young at shoes, &c, of lady, loaves nothing for us to add, to tion and if selected us your candidate, Mr. Sweeney will be closed out at the which was thrown ojien to the public THE SHELTON HOUSE, yesterday. I hope to merit the unselfish aid of evfully lias slit) covered the ground: old stand by Capt. Cbas. Gallagher and Itis'wortli much time and consider"Among the many honored old men ery good citizen in the discharge of this John Hopper. J. H GREER, Proprietor, able sacrifice to see John feed Dr. for whom Central Kentucky is remarka- responsible trust. Miss Georgio Hamlin, the actress, Brown's baby alligator. John finally 1 believe in a close corporation in - ble, Mr. Greonborry nriuhtstands among who was stricken with paralysis when succeeds in getting a grip behind the and have always been fortunate' to her troupe appeared here about the lirst. His is a life noted for usefulaccommodations at reasonable rates. three be able, ready, willing and glad to make weeks ago, remains in a very critical shoulders, which insures his fingers Open day and uijht. Sample room and cood livery ness as well as longevity. Combining those elements in bis char- a deposit of my vote in favor1 of t ho can- condition. The ladies of the town nro against the vicious snaps of the saurian in connection acter that are peculiar to both Northern didates whom the party authorities have doing everything in their power for her and then proceeds to load him with a and Southern people, like most of Ken- selected. I have done this for 'S years comfort. At. this writing. Thursday ramrod. Miss Kdna Camnitz and little Howtucky characters, ho has the energy and without missing a single election. morning, the attending physicians say ard entertained 41 of their juvenile Should you see proper to give me this there no hope for her recovery. progress of the one and the sympathetic I am well prepared to bore wells and will do the friends last Friday night with an feeling and warm generosity of the oth nomination I shnll bo glad to serve you work in a nod manner and promptly John M. Fnrra has returned from after which the er. His iiccuumlatoil wealth, oomprix- - to the best of my ability in the General Chicago. Dr. Hood is back from a trip At One Dollar a Foot. , youngsters were marshaled on a waxed s I of Assembly. Should you select another ing many hundred acres uau on or auurtss me at Stanford, Kentucky. to St. Louis. John Lear and A. G. Scott floor and a delightful dance was enjoyed L.T.SJUTH. soil, as tbo principal feature, evinces per will servo you at tbo polls with my went to Salt Lake City last week, but till long after the hour that usually finds sonal industry, shrewdness and patient hearty VQte at 0 o'clock in tho morning they have returned. Jim Crow Dillon is them snugly tucked in their little banis-tereHis children, number- on the 1st Monday in August as 1 have in town. Claude Wherritt, "Toad" perseverance. beds. A score of chaperones were ing two sons ami three daughters, four always done. Very Respectfully, West aud Cabell Denny have returned the admiring iTf the evenLot on Main Street in Stanford .1. II. M M.I.Kit, of whom survive, can testify to the provfrom a pleasant visit to New Orleans. ing. Ky., April i!l, 1SHI. for their welfare, Containing i io acres. Stanwiiiii, ident measure adopted At our annual election of town trusWalter Nichols and H. K. Hughes went showing some of Ids largeness of heart P. S. Tho death of my uncle, Col. to Camp Nelson last Saturday. Letcher tees L. C. Carpenter, J. II. Taylor, l'. F. ermteaw. T R WVLTO.V, S tanford. and I identity. The four with their fam- Miller, will prevent mo from seeing ma- Owsley and John Doty have been in the Steele, John and Jim Goodo were electilies nml the family of the tlfth have all ny of you, who would give mo your country rusticating sinco last Saturday. ed. Al Burns was elected marshal withI.. IJ. COOK, been provided with comfortable homes hearty support if you know of our con- All the boys are looking well. out opposition and has abandoned the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, and dooi ruble farms from out of his abun- vention, ami I am under the stui necesQuite a large crowd of young folks sulky and ribbons to give his tiino to stanford,:ky. I dance, sity to present tins reminder tojou. took advantage of the beautiful weather tho maintenance of good order in our Tho Cumberland Pioribyttirian church, trust you will b at tho conventions in and spent the day at the river Monday. goodly town. John W. Heid's name Office over McRobetti' Drue Stire. Residence, James H. Owens' property at the junction ot of which ho in a member, can also eulo- the various prei tints at 1 o'clock v.' Ji. A delightful amt Danwlle pikv. for city dinner was served and tdl was placed on the gize bis bone volence.having received from I. II. M. rejort a good time. Among those who judge without his knowledge and he deids private purno ninny largo sunn for attended the "picnic" were Misses Cook, clined the honor thrust upon him. Hen- R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. CRAB ORCHARD. pastor's salary and church needs. ry Camnitz was persuaded to lend digniAnderson, Nellie nml Ollie Marrs, Mr. llright was horn in. Lincoln counOwsley, Carrie and Mamie Curry, ty to the ollico and must henceforth be Twenty pounds sugar for $1 at W. DENTIST. ty, Ky., in the year 1&03. He is of Ger- K Perkins'. Ada Farra, May Hughes, Sallio Elkin, addressed as your honor. Oflice on Mam street, opposite Portrnan House, man descent, his grandfather having Tho Inst fall sale of the Williams up stairs. Nitrous Oxide O.ts given for painless The Dramatic Society will reproduce Sue and Hallie Herring, Mattio Walker, extracting. come directly from German v. His fath- "The Kent Day" on Saturday night, the Altie Marksbury, Sue Layton and Maud farm near Moreland was not ratified till STANFORD. KENTUCKY. er settled down to spend his last flays in 2.'ith inst. Hobinson; Messrs. Curry, Doty, Farm, last. week. Will Hudson, of Columbia, Lincoln county, several sons also setProf. J. W. Smith has accepted tbo Batson, C. and L. Walker, Howard gets tho house and 40 acres; Ben King tling near him; hut this one, a younger high school at this place for the incom- Marrs, Dr. Hood, Graham and Ash gets the portion adjoining his farm, - ' v ivi win nn ill, went farther south anil in the year ing year, with the privilege of three Frank, Casey Owsley and Claud Wher- which was knocked otF to him at origi WJW.Y 3 '' lS'.'O began to earn a livelihood in jSSs1: nal sale. Tone Hunn gets the old house years. The professor is an excellent in- ritt. Tennessee, By dint of perse- structor and a perfect gentleman. Ho Judge M. II. Owsley and Capt. W. and enough land for a nice little farm, Kfs y uUiiirnn i Herndon are attending circuit court at whilst S. G. Smiley, of Moreland, and a verance and industry, be soon excelled has our best wishes. ..! in bis trade and became tho principal Mrs. II. L. Steger respectfully in- Somerset. Howard Marrs is visiting Ids nephew, of Birmingham, Ala., get neartanner in the town of Holiver, where lie vites the ladies of C. O. and vicinity to parents, Mr. aud Mrs. J. H. Marrs. John ly ISO acres of the last of the farm for lived. an inspection of Iter magnificent line of L. Doty has returned from a trip thro' less than ?I8 per acre, certainly one of A A ' r -. AMK- t- . He was married in the year IS'Jd to millinery, opened this and next week, the South. John M. Logan is hero from thu greatest bargains in good Miss Iletny Crisp, u worthy lady of ami desires a liberal share of their pat- Middlesborough. Mr. W. S. Ferguson land sinco pioneer days. Tito parties farming inter- whoso bid for that portion of tho farm Scotch-Iris- h descent, and one ronage. in connection is here looking after his ests. H.Graham Frank has accepted a was accepted last fall, declined to take in her kindness of nature and equal in- done in tho most approved B.yle. dustry to make a suitable and apprecia Messrs. D. It. and J. S. Kdmiston at- position as salesman in W. T. West's it and there is much "grief over spilt wifo for the sober, energetic young tended tho funeral of Dr. J. B.S. Frisbie. dry goods store. John Kerby, now of milk." tivu "Wink" Alcorn and wife, of Greens-burg- , man. The writer who knew her in later of Kirksville, formerly a resident of this Middlesboro, is here on a short vacation. were visiting here last week. Miss years has heard her tell of the first time place. Ho was a highly respected geii' Hon. H. H. Tomlinson was in Danville KliMuaHIll she saw Mr. Bright and was attracted IF YOU WANT high in Ids profess this week on legal business. Mr. James Lucy Givens returned from a pleasant tleman and ranked Gregory and family, of Springfield, Ky., visit to Greensburg. Miss Mary Lusk him as he busily passed the street ion. Mr. J. V. Mooro left for Middle near her window "a young man with boro Tuesday, for tho purposo of getting have been the guests of II. A. B. Marks-bury- . lias been compelled to suspend her AND A HAPPY COOK, VSK T. Cole Gulley has returned from course of studies at Daughters College, cap and the tail of the coon into business. We hope be will suca coon-skiHarrodsburg, by advice of her physician, Nicliolasville. hanging down from behind." Together ceed. Mr, W. K. is in Somerset who foresees serious injury to her eyetliev accumulated and saved and began on business this week. Will Not Preside at Crab Orchard. sight in such application. Shack Hufl-mamaking that which was the beginning id KJitor Interior Journal.) Miss Lizzie Gonmley is in Pinevillo MADE BY is again here, after a protracted rehis success. Probably tbo first extra on a visit to iter sister, Mrs. He v. MorSta.vkoiu), April 22. I wish to say to money purchased the first Kentucky gan. Mr. J. S. Higgins, of Somerset, was tho democrats of the Crab Orchard pre- cuperation at Covington, Newport aud LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS farm among his now vast area. telegraphed for, as bis little child is quite cinct thnt I will not preside at the dem- the Ohio village across the river. J. B. COMPANY, In tho year 1S5I hocaino back to Ken- sick. Mr. J. A.Cltappell informs usthnt ocratic mass meeting to bo held at that Cook went to Cincinnati last Sunday on LEXINGTON, KY. Bailey Dryo was recently My reasons for ab- business. jilaco tucky to live and soon proved his abili- he will move into our midst in a ty to buy tho homestead as well as his Wo trust ho will jirove an advan- senting myself are simply these: Owing seen in the City of Mexico. It had been two brother's farm anil then settled down to tage to our vicinity. Mrs. Hlioda Hig- to the dissatisfaction growing out of the of years sinco his relatives had heard him. Miss Lena Woods, of Garrard, farming and raising stoak. In cattle and gins and her little grand-soSammio Kdmiston judicial race a short time ago, is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Heid. I desire to sell my larm ol about 130 acres, situ, of Stanford was Billy Williams was at home a few hours ated about i',t in le north the old church.on tha as committeeman sheep especially has ho been successful. King, are visiting relatives at Alum my authority Thera Itush llranch I'lle, opposite of questioned, on tho ground that I had last Saturday ami Sunday anil confirms are about 50 a re in wheat and ryo; the balance When at one time there was need of a Springs. Mr. Samuel Ward and wife, m timothy your paragraph, which stated that the of the farm v. ell et kitchen and Good dwelling a splendid new of four rooms .'nd better country road in a portion of tho Livingston, are the guests of his father, left tho precinct; and my friends up alter A. Wood Co. havo more ma barn; is well watered and fenced. Possession cati H. B. Ward. .Master Oliver Dillion there tell me that if I preside at the chines neighborhood of his property he gave Mr. in Lincoln county than all their be given immediately. For particulars, se J. P. me nnitertignea at It.nlcv. btanf ru. thu neighbors tho right of way nt the has gone to Junction City to learn teleg- meeting it will cause a split in the ranks competitors. They owe Billy much of Cincinnati, Ohio. or write E. WITHERS. of their popularity. foot of a hill near the Hanging Fork raphy. His brother Frank started out and result in the selection of two sets creek. This seemed vastly bettor than at about tbo same age and is now in delegates. For the sake of unity in tho CHURCH AFFAIRS. traversing tho serial heights ovorthecliir Chicago pounding tho key. Wo wish party, for tho good of the precinct and I!ev. Strother Cook, Sr., will deliver ami bill that had Ion," been tho only Frank thu same success. Ho will bo for tho sake of Mr. Kdmiston, especially, for whom I hope tbo precinct will in- tho centennial address of McCormack'n in tho kid base ball team. passway. Hut when the work of making missed struct solidly, I beg leave to remain in a church at that place on the fifth Sunday tho road began, difliculUes and perplexA strong How of gas was struck on more quiet neighborhood and let somo in May, at 11 a. M. It is next to the ities somewhat discouraged tho enter prise, and Mr. Bright proposed that if W. A. lliiidman's farm, in Adair, at ItiO other good democrat in whom there is oldegt church in tho county and in it "Uncle Strother," who is now in his Md no guilo wield tho gavel in my stead. they would give him tho worth of their feet. Hesptlullv. J. A. Cit.UTEix. year, preached his lirst sermon oS years in his pulpit last Tnlmagu appeared labor, bo would take his own hands and ago. He is thoroughly acquainted with build it himself. He did so, showing Sunday with Ids beard shaved oil' and MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. its history and his address will be both his usual sagacity, judgment aud excel many of his congregation thought a sub Mifrs lcio Woner, who wont to entertaining and instructive. lent diligence in the severe labor requir stituto had been engaged for tho day. from lien) List August, wus.miir-rie- d The meeting at Rowland conducted Wallace's circus worked tho loons of ed for foiling trees, cutting away under last week to a Mr. Kay of that State. by Revs. Helm and Hopper grows in inbrush, leveling tho one side and walling Grant county fore and aft. More than His rumored that a young man of terest and results. OveriOpursons have up the other, until there was a beautiful f0 persons were victimized for from f."00 not exactly at tho foot of tho hill down, tho circuit clerk among them this plact, who has just reached his ma- professed religion or been reclaimed. road where wonld have been slush and mire, Fools continue to increaso and multi jority, will shortly wed acute little dam- The services will he continued at least sel on Danville avenue. till Sunday ami longer if thu interest but higher up on its very side amid pic- ply. A young man and woman, tired of continues. Mr. Helm went up Wednesturesque acouerytuul delightful grado to It was reported that Joe Mulhnttan, tho pike. tho monumental liar, was in n luuatic life, retired in tho Grand Hotel, New day to tho meeting of the Presbytery at r..o.t mv Rirber Short to the Com 11..1 is now SS years old, and asylum in Chicago, having lost his mind York, and attaching tuheB to tho gas, faiut Lick and obtained permission to Mr. Bright Hotel, aw prepared to at commodate death. They were organize a church at Rowland, more merctalwell as I8fc'tlen.n anything they may notwithstanding unusual attacks of ill from concussion of the brain caused by aucked it to their as Children also waited on. Call ness and weakness in tho past few years, falling from a streetcar, but it turns out were found locked in each other's fond than 20 having applied for membership wish in inv line. ESSE THOMPSON, J n we IoCommcrclal Hotel. embrace. in it. ho is hale and active, remarkable for his to be a severe cose of blood clot. njtts)L . 'I Month t0-r- ,.,, J Female Regulator Bradfleld's Blue-gras- s ttsrrz mmmmm v 75u h I - - I blue-gra- fts USS2 Dr. PRICE, Tour-Scor- e, ul 1 PENNY, Dentist. to-da- For Salo Twenty paper-hang-er- Lots n 1 jiol-ili- cs Rowland, First-clat- Kentucky. s WELL 34-- RORX3STG j old-tim- e candy-pullin- g, blue-gras- d FOR, SAXcEI wall-flower- s .- -t DR. Hus-toml- lle poll-boo- k 100-fi- m N Isa-bel- le south-weMer- ii ftti . 1 S. fwumiuv blue-gras- s CREAM . O. I r-- if': well-fitte- d Dress-makin- g ih M4Q01 lexington.kyI to-va- nl GOOD BREAD CREAM FLOOR s n few-day- Farm For Sale. n, ,i In-tiin- nti rt 111 :u f Semi-Weekly Interior Journal tFoi. I SEASON AT "MAPLES, ""' Lincoln THEY HRlvF.D ON Stock Farm, Til FY 11UEED ON. a The Imported Young Jack, WYLBY. Wilt make the season of 1891 at my farm, the old BREECHLOADER. 'Ihlt thoroiighbrrd will make the season of i3,t nt my fitrinon the ttutonl und Milledgeslllepika 6 miles from SUulmd and tS miles fiom Miiieuac-Mil- e, Broozo Wilkes. STANDARD. Two miles from Lancaster on tho Stanford plkp JIcKINNEY, KENWCKY. John Lod Thurmon place, near Shelby City, - vf senger a 16"-ttrecre Wilkes will make the sea-tof riot at my place i miles from Stanford on Hy General Knox, sire of 18 in the 1 vt list, 3 in llranch pike, the Rush 3 30 litt. First dam by Ilourlion Chid, tire olsix .. on Hy Petoskey tire of King Totkey, record J 15, Mary Lou 3 19' j,Jam Elu.i Inned.iin of Mind Met Arthur Sims 3041, 3 S BELMONT CHIEF 8680. inajoiui. Registered as Hob Link. Trial Sired by the great Helmont 64, sire of Nutwood a 18), Fred Arthur 3 14U, Wediicwood a 19 and 36 in a 30 list and sire of 95 daughters the dams of 31! At $10 to Insure a Living- Colt. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt, This fine young jack Is u bands high, It a black Moliev due when the It is faled er mare nit .! and a jaik of tine stsle Ills head and ears ate with. Alien reiHined on all colls until sen ion money is pud. perfect. He mutt lc teen to be appreciated rirh. daik I iy, Description Hreeehlosder it OLORGF. II KNGLKMAN, with black iHiinls. havv inane and tail, tt . hi,,u Ill- - cn'is nie I fine and ol solid col jr Ky. Shelby City, lilh. 9 can be sou nt I. S, 'let is.' PeJIgrve o 47, lrethirarler, ba), foaled in l(t Ity I mo Itillrl ic.t The Premium Saddle Stallion, Fnsi dam Nel'ie ilej . grandsm of llnieli y Marv Chiitthill llb Jnlinsoii, td dam Imp Maigtase, by A' 41I iium b Cliunhill, grandaui f King Alfonso. 4th dam Mullrt-- o by C hetnkci Slhd.m lllack - K ed Smnn by liger, nth damty (Shown last ptsoti times as and Albert; 7th dam by Algerliie, lh dam by (.ley took 7 premiums and t certificate Alfred th dam a mare putt lusetl in Virginia by Capt llurhnilge for breeding but whose ptdigreei) Will make the tentun el at My plswe 3 milt How Ion ; twhettd to be by Ameticiis, 101I1 dam by irnm Manloru on tne imiiviii pike, by Imp Monkr) nth dam bv Imp. M'dles, l2t' dun by Imp Shark; 13th dam Imp Fcarnaiigtit At to in Foal, '"P. Ilillc', site ol alxrseI hore and a!o Mist a oodford, llelsidrre, J he innc.s, died Inf Ills get wen last season Money due when the mare it parted with or biod ly .i(j ami hr s,io,l second tn the list of wini mg sum. He was 14 to another horse year eld and hi. get wuii from tS7 10 i !,-ao- j l.tnl Clifton is a beautiful red nrtxl, with it 30 good mane and tail, 151, haml, foaled In lit and I will al.rr tl.nd at the same place my fine ia, k is a perfect saddle horse IhotR w ho want to hrnnl to a food saiMkt stallion are cordially invited to look at my horne and see bins move s . m insure a Living Colt, ts Me Jewel, he by Cunniex-ham'- s a . lie was sited by brown jck with old ho b oitt WatningtoN Dsmmnrk. Jewel, loltl,v sears11.. 111 Juiu i S His iirst dam Fannie lv a " ofGill's VermOMt, and '",,.,1?1' hft",U hi:, 11 w " ) Aliens iM isibk iiiwm, tie r y King I'hillin rirst dam a J daiti bv OM Monte. tkorH2hbr(i rttat k.Satin iinnrt, LieH iiHaiiHrd sued by King Phillip celt till aoiistm is puid. td duns by r....tcu.llr, he by J,m Pnrtir I hi .Mates graitil at teaxmable rules, but not r jack has proven himtvlf a fine breeder A liumWr Knlble lor acni4Mt.,Kold any otiur. Of HIS Calls have utlil S.b. .,, UM ... (t A LACKKY.Stanibnl I f, I, ..lll'I .Money due when lh colt Is foaled or mare part ed wiih; lm retaintid till the moHcv is paid 9 P W. LOU AN Owner 1 1 jijj. At $20 to Insure a Living Colt, trom 'i to a aj; ad dam a thoroughbred. r ( Money due at toon as the fact is ascertained. ; lien on colt until money it paid. 8 CHARLKS DUNN, Stanford, Ky. $20 to Insure. . STTHST-A-. Standard Kulc 6 rr, It . Denmark Chief. to serve a few mares This handsome young stallion will he permitted At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. a typical saddler, He is a bay, sV n hand high, 3 years old and it lie is by Hutchison Chief, No. 12.420, by Messenger Chief Hutchison Chiefs first dam by Sentinel, ad dam by Alexander's Ab. dallnh, 3d dam by Red Jacket Messenger Chief Standard Rule f. by Abdallati I'ilot: 1st dam by Mambnno .Messelllack ttalhon. 16 hands high, foaled in iMj. nger, ad dam by Mambnno Chief, jd dam by Imp. bred by A Goldsmith, Orange county New York. Napoleon. Sired by Cattelar 1062 Denmark Chiefs ttt dam w as tired by Sumpter First dam Woburn Maid, by Woburrt 39a, (the Denmark, he by Goddtrd's Denmark, he by Denmark, he by the race dam of Carver a'a7'l ad dim by a Mambrino Gaines A Cromwell's horse Denmirk, he by Imp Hcdicford. His ad horse; id dam by Mambrino .Messenger. Castelar ioa,oy Volunteer tt, sire of St Julicn dam was by On Time, ,d dam by Red Lion. 1st dam Mist Nodlnp by llaminond, sinol Potter's Clay: ad dam Wells' Star, 1U111 of I ill also stand at imo place my fine mule jack Artillery a 314 and Modesty a 36 by American Mar t4 ; 3d dam by llertrind Woburn 34a, dy Ilambletnnian 10: itt dam Mist Hy Hubble's I'rmce, the sire ol Ilrignoh and Joe Cooley, by Telegraph 301; ad dam the dam ol Geo Cooley, by Friday. Hlackburn, Ed Ilarlow will stand at mv stable 3I4 miles Dollars Irom Stanford on the new W'hite Oak and Di kAt River turnpike, near Duddcrar's Mill, Mures parted with forfeits the insurance. L D. GARNER, to Living Colt. Crab Orchard, Ky. 13 Ed. Harlow's celts that hasp come this soring are'good ones and bid fair to make valuable animals. S!red by Sultan Mil. Record a 94. First dam llettle Kinkcad bv Contractor i3i Sire of Stamboul a 11, IlulyaiH, Alcmer a an'-Contractor was tired by sire of Or West a mid 3$ in 1,30 list and grnudsire Aja, lull brother to Orange Girl a 711, by Hamble- Sweetheart a tonian 10 Con tractor's dun Lady Godhoyby of tin 30 list. ilsm I.ady lluntrm by tieorge w iikes mo, HamMettnian ij3, full brother to Volun- lirtt Ily Metropolitan. First dam bv William Welch Green's Guy Wilket record a ia, tire Harry Wilkes a s feof Prince Imperial a Jeremiah aai,&c. teer and Sentinel Ajax sired 7 In a 30 list. a 15S1 W.lon aid',, So So a i;! and 69 in j 30 llt ad d.im a thorough bred Second dam Jotie, record i,JoS. "J Nllit Hawk Second dam full sister to D. Monroe a aSW, by 514, tire of KfdCrms 2 , Minnie Wairen - a7 $20 lim Monroe 83s, tire of Lady Monroe a i6l$, Kitty and the dams il Kd Annan a Sentry a 15. a i8l , ami 14 in 130 lUt. Hates a 9,rMonroc Chief ()(, Tecumtrh a 28 .Vt. a T. A. ELKIN, Lancaster. Monroe by Alexanders Ahdallah 15 Jim 'I hud dam bv Vermont Hero tti. slreof Ijidy M a v and Gen Kimi, sire of Lady Maud 1 tS. Third dam by Duv all's Mambrino, son of Whip. Calmort a 19k und 17 in a 30 list, l'ritate stullioti Wyandotte 5526, to Insure. f(. t a$ ij, LORD CLIFTON, ij $15 Insure Mare i',, ' Ed Barlow 2375. . .i . HELMONT CHI HP Is a rich bay in color, was foaled in 185; he stands full 16 liawls high and He has is strictly a tine hore, tmcoth turned f extra muscular develeinietit, jhowmg great power. an ( xcellent set of legs, lint, clean and hard in finish: the individual merit ol this tallKn in form, finish and action is fully up to and in keeping with hit high breeding. Mis oldest colts arc coining jr Id owned by L. W Cribhs, IVcalui, olds and alo thow srent natural speed He hnd a Mich., that went trials better than 30 last year I will pas Jso- to the breeder of the fiist 230 performer ot his get since he hat been owned by me HELMONT CHIEF will make tho season of 11)91 at my place noar McKinney at STEVE WALKER, ... ... jinn ... - "'" 2ii,etc; S50 to Insure or S30 tho Season, with Return Privilogo. Maret kept on good grass at $J 11 . PKXJfcrCE, Eight JR., per month ; owners' tik J. I. CROW, Proprietor. lr to Insure. At $10 Insure a Belleview Stock Farm, SILVER TIP. Season of xSoi. I his Votlltr ftltt'luHi will hr ttrmi!.tMl ta serve u feu kkxI nutes at OHt t'ub'e. n.ile frsmi Mali-for- d 011 the UiWomille pike, at Saddle Stallions. Wallace Denmark--, lhc mi) SmTGOLD. METROPOLITAN ot Lcxcll, Tom Kobiiisoii. Saddle Stalltoii, 1IY 1371, t II m !I f i : Sired by the Great Red Wilkes 174,1, sire of 7 ill the a ao list it In a 10 list hii,1 gnindsiie of 7 is the He tvat sired tiy the prtmittm saddle yeart high, of title a 30 list, a showing never before equaled by any other horse, lisuig ir dead, at saute .sg. Isanrh Mahofanv Uy. iVf hands hifch, l.aly King, he by On lime, h by Muncw-aJstyle and action; bred by the late Peyton F.mbree. First dam Jack mane and Uil , It .111. lit riu and lain . is I. a Lady Catscll idam ot llellcsicw Wilkes son of Lincoln count, and has a double crost of Jim sat iral and saddler, a aoK ami two others that, barring accident. 1 Silver Kih('s dam Moiti M'Hineo wa sited b wlseii ipiwilvplea.aol in harness breedshke a ) ar 1 rortrr. tor information as to hit breeding, call diis en will crierthu a 30 list this season tt iter by Shelbv Chief 93 sire'ol Rilto 14, GiKirtllu Cabtwli's LetitigstHi; .l data b Aaswnaa, on Wm. Gooch, of Lincoln, or J. P. Kmbree, of ou He is hit h tail ile un sid.-- t 10 the third 1 25ttj, .t:c., ana tne aaau ot uelimtiter gi' il and he bv lavlstr't alsager Madiscn. TSIMin. Is l,akd b thot.Mighbrtst.uii others .Silscr'l id's Bin dan was by Skdsddl, Mor- making him s try acute and sprirhtlv U,h si , , , Money due on all seasons when the colt come in Second dam SnlHe (trial te wagon 3 il in '76.... ....by Thalloba (son el Aletander's Abdullah and ris's laisimt saddie IttKM, he ky Oilier, ae by foem asset hnish strlKl uodel lie was KaiJ, y or mare traded off. sired 8 Kanny, dam of Waterwitth, dam l Mambn- Wagoner C. M SPOONAMORK. Munpter Denmark, he by tiwldard Denitmrk e r; a ao, Vicking a 19K, Scotland ax1,, no Gift hkentublla's ist slam Metloc, td tin at TruMfel-c- by (.aie ,V Cinmwell s by the ra c he id dam Aratm Watekst 2 aiVi. WattrhM J at ami Smite, d.m 01 horse DeMHtatk. debt I asp lle.lgeford Hit fir.l filter I ip s h) dam was by lied Lion 3 in the a 30 list. data vsas.irdbi .SsrW.IU... be bv lwll...pter Mates In 11I at reasonable rates but tiu itMponst-biht- v hit tallae( he b) ir Albert, Third dam... ....by Clark Chief 89 (sire ( Crodte a iaV( and 5 othth..toug.bti,l , l lor ai identt or et- ap dnm by irnimiit dtra of ers and the dams of PhaMat 1 lj,Majolira a it, Mares parted with forfeits insurance. Lwn re- Ihttuihbrrdj he by the VirgiHlus by Iritibs. Wilsoa 1 ityt, Cttrallard 3 19K and 17 othen in selebrate.1 Mason t tained on oils for season 1 30 er beuer ""'PP. Jil dam a Wmpp mare. ' d Record a:j6. v IIROS , A glance at the above pedigreewill reailjjv show that Itclletiew Wilket it rich in the blod of wed STANDARD. producing lines, being oy tne great KeU vsilke (who tr the reiortis it the imsi ton 01 the mignly Stanford, Ky. Drown horse, 16 hands foaled May, 135. veorce .1 iikcs, sire ui 71 pcrioriut-- in a 30 aim oeiier and thai his blo.nl breeds on is demonttrated bv being the grandsire ol 7 in the 1 10 list at the age of 16. !w.ns,I Walla, e Denmark almve, SIRED BV RIENZI. it a An analysis of Ilellcview's pcdigice wilt show that it ranks nmoaf the bet. tracin; at it dres to the black ifl.uts.lt ' u.hes high. hrav nancaid Full brother to King Rene 2 30. mighty George Wilkes through his best son. Red Wilkes, twice to Alexander's Abdallaa, one of the tail, td g c.hi and tit, wyle , ears okl next First dam dam of Pence a 39, hy Almont most prepotent sons of Hambletonian 10 and three timet to Mainbrinti Chief. ay and it a sery prommtiK saddle .oil Forrest 3:39)4', ou of Almont 1 39JJ;. Ilelleview likes tt a hore of fine style, needy conformation and a trotter of high order. hat in.? 1'r.luter Hm ,1., I, v V..I.... . dam I y Second dam bv Garrard Chiet. tin, nt n last Fall at Terrc Haute, Ind., trotted n half mile in 1a, finishing a close second to tire winner in 111 hir Walla. e, gneiiaUi.e, Mrii by ) index, At our stables 1 miles west of Maiif'irel or ike hebs llv--.r being timed separately in a a?. He hat repeatedly gone quarters in j? seconds, a a so clip. Aflira 'Duke a a3. HI., k Hawk, he voM III.. L II... . . Tl,t..l u.,11 1.. jizy 1. is if Doners sire 01 ad short season in the stud he will be scat to lower his proent record and we lOHtidentlv expect him to Mielby City pile, this . Him S,uii4 saddle stulUutt uy , nubex i.t dam lis Mrml,.,... . . , I ...Kr,, .1 .il m . ,"..""".'. mpp """ ' .. dam of Lady Davit a 31. . j.. get a mark close to 3 20 before the season closes. He it one of the only three sob. of Red Wilket wiih will be permuted to serve n mares fj vanmms ts . Fourth dam by Copperbottom, sire of dam of records better than a 40 making the season in the State, and the ether two stand at J100 and Jijo Ilajil Duke a s8Vj. miles east of llurgin Helles lew Wilkes will make the season of iSqi at Bellcticw Farm $15 to a Colt. Riemzi wassireil by Helmont, dam Hlandina (dam of wim:rt with 27 in a 30 or better, AbdulSssts of Walt, e Denmark slave , .( lUm Description alul l'edistree -- lie l bvawliful M lah I'ilot, 3 better than a 30 and King Rene ,i W lei's Denmark. his.tm I Un.tr. jd dam blown, wiih small .Hip, good with 15 in 3 30 livt by Mambrino Chief; ad Gain Limited to 30 apprised rr.ncs. Mares kept at reasonable rates, lut not responsible lor students dark tail, 3 years old sad star and is,t h.Hd mane geassrry'sOlivtr; ,d dam by Old litrnn n M 1 m,. and is lull huh, Iiurch mare (dam of Rosalind 1 V. nn.l Mnn-.l.should any ociur H shaped hort. bUtk w,lb heavy m me r . commanding in appMranre and vmnM.trvat In is 3 ay' by llrown Pilot. Kienrt is full brother ol D M .V A S ItOWMAN. Iliirjin, Ky tail, iji. hand hih. it a aa ursi sadd er an,! )al Siism by Kiu Fagl (the AlHinshnr.e ) form KinglNene a 30, sire of Fugue 3 19V Mist a 39U s 10 the N II We will gtve$'to to the first of his produce se, uring a rttord of a n rbetterand pr, vn hiutseK a fan, v t reader . let an-Mrst dam bv Star Faule; td darn by Prince Edward 9 31U. Snrrmet .tz irA .. ,u first obtaining a recurd of a 30 or better D M A- A.S HOW MAN. t'hc abovt stxk w.il make ibe tewsem f , I Denmark, Doiins' , id dampy Harris' lenmark Standard Nj ta ,2. ers in 1 30 list farm jt, n,iln frr,tn llu.iutivills, swar I ari ij. King laigle was tot by Hlsuk Kacle Star K(le my . a 3y,'4, Almont sired by Almont 337 was vol by Csbble't l.riiugl'M, dam Sy Garrard ler slali. . and will l fermiiled tit serve mates (sire of 37 with records of better and jb ' sires Wltn lai trotter u it li itoor nt Chief. Haiti let Denmark was by Washington by the iHuranct, .. Ku. Denrtiark, dam by Hishop's young road terst d ion is an inbred Gold- - ternsid his daughters base ag with recordtof a 30 Th s - ris' Denmark was by Miller'sHatssblnttstitast. HarDenmatk dust Foaled m Apri', 1SS7 it a bay.ful. 11 hands or better. First dam by Kdwm Forrest w ith two and Lcxcll $15, Coasidrrtnit: hm tine sue. cr l,,r. style ssnd acuon. sperdy auil unexcelled 111 style, action, finish and in a 30 list and sire of tho dams of 11 In a 10 Int. Anil Tom ivt 40. together with hi most etceilent brstdii g, we duposi.Icn. Garrard Chief sired Mambrino Chiel ; 1st dam Slock tammiiu.l It my ear and hrenlmg w think we base placed his srsics sow I sIllrnthertoLjtele, trial a:aaj,, C.r.nne, 3- - Dolly Dixie by Frank,-aE. P Dainille, Hoyle County, Ky. dam by A rntus; 3d dam Car taken to prevent a cidenis but no resptsa itstvise my personal alitnuots (Wats furmtir,! at year-ol- d trl'l a 3? and Montrose, tho speedy ind by Hambletonian; 4th dam by Diomed. Garrard , sibility should any occur lessmtabhi tale., u lie pai4 lor belnre rrttHnal I premium eon 01 ao. Birvu uy ucaaui ixiiauust until sired liasil Uuke a aS'-i- .ilambrino Hippy ttst-, ttiuvui ..luiuu.j 333, Red Crook 3 33., Maggie Lee 3 and Nn (t)ytmttiilils for ,n w luy vvimmu-.t rttsHlla f iju u; 37 Also at the same lime and tla. we will stand PartirtX with si,Kk CIoer related in .Maud i , aoS't, ind Johuston. Nobby, sire of Nobby, Jr., 3 Ir.m ne.ghl.oili - J nnd alio sired luritila luaurallie and makt-a o6' than any other sta.lion, the first 3 year-ol- d the dam of Mistake the tine imported jack, and Don Pitarro, due allion to trot in public as fast at a at. sire of old record a 14K, Kd Gambrel 2 37! MU.I 1. CAKPINTI-.L- , Cigarette, dam of Rosalind Wilkes the fastest Helmont sired by Alexander's Abdallah a 42 1st x, m ire of the W Ikes family, recoril a nit' Whlrl- - uam llelle dam of .McUurdy'.s Ilambletonian wiid, a 34, Fanuie Golddust, a 7$, Kstelle 2 Ja'$ a a64 by Matubnoo Chief; ad Jam Ilelle loup by . Dam Florence, dam of Kstelle a aa1 ,, by Goldeu Uellfoundcr. Helmont is the sire of 3s In the 3 30 He it a blai k, nearly i; hand high, of fine bone 6-eoMingo Chief, san of Gaff's Comet Morgan. list, hit daughters have produced 31 in a telist and and action, and will serse inaict uversooottne 330 periorraers nave u strong 30 of Ins sons ha sired xai with records cf a 30 Undaid Rule ) At $10 a Colt. infusion of Golddust and .Morgan b ood. or better. Dorscy Golddust will make the present seison Almont a yjV sired by Alexander's Ahdallah Sired by Di. tstor nj (.lie . J Jay Kye See A lien will be retained nn colts for season n nt my place i mi es from Stanford on the 343; 1st dam Sallie Anderson by Mambrino Chiif; Phallat a iti Dues 1,4 a 17 ami .,0 mhtti in the R II. A r P. WOODS 6 pike. ad dam Kate by Pilot, Jr. Almont a , sired 37 a 30 list, ABDALLAH MAMBRINO 3715 sire of Geneva S a 19'., Hettie Jnnet a 19K, MatUe H. with records ot a 30 or better and hit daughters .. 1. o.t . 24' ., llettle Mc. a ay, Quinine S a au1,, Keller - j's, otoa 144, Kllie Ihurutoii a 31 and rirti dam Abie by Almont 11 Ss-- mid dam .Nnima, by in 3 30 better; t6ol sued a Alexander's Nnrman I lelepnunc a ajv, i(ma Colt. base 38 30 list orKdwm Forrest hissonshascYoung dams of Charleston a 37, Lady Gay a 37l, Wifkfenmnt a as, Wawona a $15 to 3 sired by tuid ilaot vung I)Su.ih marc, by CoeurUe ill in Kentucky Nu a 15 and others with records lower than a 10 Ily ALMON I Kay Hunter 1st dam by Watkln Leon llesu ; Mnares kept on reasonable terms. Personal at Highlander. Rdivin .Sire.1 by KLKCTIONKEK. broth-- r to Aamoor a Sirco! Sunol 3 LECTURER 10582, Forrtsttsthe sire of Hilly lout I h dam Old I wsman mare untraced Palo A 'to a Mumanita 4I a 16, Ailleeo 2 ioi, Norval 4 17, Atlair a 17,, Hell IVoy a 19V,, l union givtn buinolicspoLsible ivr acciucnu Hoskins aa6f and Champagne 330 and his a AIimi 33 (sire ol Fanny UitlioMn,n 3 if,'. daughters have produced 11 111 330 list and liU Antcsolo 3 19'j and sj more a 30 performers. Hay horse, 16 hands high, foaled 1U6. 1st dam Mamie Piedmont a its, and ic others In a jo, also tire At same time and place, will rmke the seasm sons produced 5 with records of 330 or bet- C , the dam of Axmoor 3 34', King Hoy is a dark bay, . smis old. if, knJs of the dams ol AmtMMtar, yeart a it I II withoueofLesi Hubble's best bred jotngjack, ter. hate Alexander's Abdallah 3 4a ired by Rysdyk's a ifkj, Caichrty ItiuhirdHtn SILVER CHIMES 0810, brother to Silverone 1 ur, Sired by ALCVONK 73a, record a 17 hUb and is an elegant comuincd butse ails., (in.der Hambletonian; dam Katie Darling. Alexander's Sire of Alcryon 3 is5i, Iona 3 17J.J, Golden Rod a 19K, Silseronc a 17', Quartermaster a aiJX- - I'teue Vllk t aos,A.lyte si ard ai 111 ilie , ham llostat nre.1 by llnrtim s horse, be by Dr Abdallah 2 43 is the sire of 6 in the a 30 list; his 1 344, etc., etc Hay horse, 16 bands high, foaled 185. tst dam SilverWk (dam of Sits crone a 174 Herr's Mambrino King, dam by Steamboat owni.l click b) Abdallah i), 1st dam a!ly Andcr-so- u daughters have produced 37 with records ol 330 by Mam'jnau Chiel 11; tl dam Kate bv HAVELOK513, by PKINCKPS Sj6,sireot 34ina3olist Ily Woodford Mambrino a aii;. Hay ed by Chedwcll.of Virginia. or better and his sons have ircd 106 with records horse, i;1 hands high, foaled 184 j. Dam Lottie, record a jS (lull sister to I'.ffie Deans a jjW) by Rys. The dam was raited by Stephen Satrpson, first Pilot Jr a. He is black with white points, nearly 15 hands' of 3 toor better. Mambrino Clue! sired hi-- Mam. dyk's Harrbletonian 10 sire ol Dexter a i75 Nettie 1 it Slreofti a 10 trotters and the dams of 7.1 dam by Frank Wnlfmd, ad dam bv orlgu.al Jim Norman as tare ol I.tsta 14)4, Jlay Qtieen j ao.ol hi;h, tine length, lune acu uouy, 3 years old, brino Paymaster; 1st dam dam of Goliath a 33 Grandsire of Maud S. a b't, lay Kye See a 10, St. Julicn a rij, Mascy Cobb a hVJ, Harr) Wilkes Hell; id slum by original Denmark, wim ran 16 th damt ol Nurval a , Noihiuh Medium .lired by Joe lllackbiirii. First dam Dolty- - Wil- Mambrino Chief has 8 in the list mid his daugha jo, etc.) by .Mots conseculise miles a race at New Orleans, 41b Hor.e 6, nt dam Slut am 330 3 13, Goldsmith Maid a 14, Clingstone a 14 and about too others in a 30 list liams by koyal Mammoth; ad dam Rose Kinbry, ters have 33 wiih records of 3 t arc. s. t. b b) Magm m IU.hu m danibyhir Fbott; jlh dam by Oray KsU;Aih 110-1he by John llaughmim s sons have sired 81 in tho a 30 or better and his sear-olby Stonewall Jackson, record a iix,i and sister to Gcticta S a ly'i and Mattie II, QUININE S. .. Dictator, the sire of lieurtic Dictator, for many dam by lluaiar.i. 30 circle. .l 1... i... j acx, nis aim uyjim rorier; 3a uam r.uen iiiytne .M,Aaiiiiti.-s1111: 1715 uiiivu iiitttc iii 11.. Pilot. Jr., by old Pilot, dam Nancy Pope: Pilot 3 24s, 3 iu a 10, putiinj; 111s uam i.i... years laMgui.hed iu Will make the season of 1I91 at my farm the urny and really nu y Hlythc'a Hnnibal, he by Compromise; 4th dam Jr,'ia tue sireol a 34)) and Quinine S. 1st dam Ella HoDkins. dam of nn a tolist, Geneva S. aw1.. Maine II 1 year-ol- d a old Win Hall place, 5 miiet from Stanford, er had LtunM-- at the stml until he came to or 9 with a fine black jennet sold by Dr. iletinet, of Mad- - and his tons hate sired records of 30 of a better 3 by Octoroon, sire ol dam of Wm. singerly 3 16', anil Sir Knight a aT 18 with records Kcntucks; then tt years old and having un in 30 nnd ton county, to Levi Hubble, better and his daughters have produced 34 with but that less At to a Living- Colt. loan,time unit jv 1.foalstuand at ao had o,,( ilmnwella records of 3 30 or fitter and two of his daughters w ana ihem were .1 proilucd Maud S. a 00 and Jay for a Colt. See a 10 SIO lew sIi.IIh.-i- . impart mote si ee I I bred maris At the smac place I will ttand my fine ounc Rvsdvk's Hambletonian sired bv A IM.illali- hit dKeudaHlt,aud besides ihey have enduJack, dam Charles Kent mare by Imp flellfounder; ad rance comblntd itl level heads. He is The A lien will be retained on colts for season dam One Kye, by Ilishop's Hambletonian; 3d dam 8 F RUD, Stanford. sir ef al in the a ur bt tier list, 4 in, iters and Silver Tail, by Imp Meenger. Rysdyk's Ham4 pticert. 'Die trolters ire headed b) Jay Kyn bletonian has sired 41 with records of a 30 or bethee j iu, ij'i, Director 317 We Cl He it by nu imported Sf atu-- li ja, k and hat a tine ter and his daughters have prod.iced 75 with reclintknuw another sidle that ha, ihret Mich bod) and large bones. He will stand ords of 3 nior better and 119 of his sons base sired sons with the same spied and number of heats 783 with records of a 30 or better. Second cousin to Maud S .Jay Kye See and Nutirosieu ju heals better PENCE is a horse ol great speed; 3 2j is no Standard Rule 6 At wood. to Living1 Colt. a .to, Direc-o- r 57 and I'hallas 4 1, a total of than mark of his speed. Owing to an accident getting By Longfellow, heals m 1 jooi better dam Slipper by Ily Krricsson 130 6 in a 30 list 1st dam by Ho. A lien will Sired by Valsinghara3166 (sire of Latitude, rec fastened in hit stall which threw him out ol The returns of this ear's Hotting be on 1 doc son of Old I'ilot sire of Pilot, Jr., (ia in a 40 ey It paid, but if retained parted lta till seasnn motl- that Dictator nut nnlv btte.'t mi Ihrrugh will show training he would now have a mark of a 30 or ortl a:inl.l Planet, hit tvnnt mare is with season money list und the sire of the dams of Maud S., Jay K,e by Messenger Duroc 106, son of better In a race at Nicholasville he trotted as 1st dam Tinsel and daughters, but also hi grsndsoHs are putting liecomcs due See and Nutwood. Hambletonian (and streot Elaine 3 ao. the dam of good as 33c. With the blood of Hambletonian, a uumberof Lieajalut His sou. Cut, I S PHILLIPS to Krricston, Jr , is a solid black, 16 hands high Aorlainc, yearling' 3 31 Vi), al uam l,ess, sister to Mambrino Chief, I'ilot, Jr, and Kduin Forrest has a, Comtriandir Dick l.oointr t, 6 am Manloid, Ky. and every inch a horse His colts are of good Dinctoro, Junius 1, Phallus a, Pretender ,, ReJames Howell, Jr.. by Hambletonian io, sire of and as great an individual as he is, Pence is bound sire, style anil color.ire suitable forlhe farm, track He will malic the a 17. 3U dam Jessie Sare by Harrv Clay to make a great stock horse Dexter porter i. Delineator and Fndynuon I leu sous Combined Stallion MY I.E. sirnl 19 trotters and Lastern market, and bcinif of unusually good SPLLD miles Irom Stanford 45, sire of the dans of ht. Julleu 3:tiJ, llodine season of 1891 at my stable ditipositinnt, can not bo excelled for family horsu. on the Hustonsille pikf, His ilaughteis promise to make groat brood 3 igViJand la more that have produced a 30 trotGise him airiul and be coin Intud. He stands ters; also sire ol tho dam of Electioneer, Mre of jo maict 'Ihey hast prodiKid llrown, Libert, for to Keller 'I hoiuas, Hvening St ir. (iarnet. I.a-,in tt.e 330 list; 4th dam by Liberty, son of Lance Colt. Chance, Nancy Hanks, Northwest, VictoriaW tikes. by American Eclipse. By Monarchist, M .,,u .jwvh'uh Nut, VV.lt L ..,.,... AL, ...... u...l ., iiioiii,.. ,, liaises a uyiirtc- Naboth, is one ot the Walsingham3i6o sire of Will make the sciviti t f isi at "Travelers' Kest The Small Sum of $12.50, youngest sons of George Wilkes $19, record 33a, tor has a retnrd of a ia, and Naacy Hanks has Farm"' nearShei t ,ty, Ky , a record of a ij'j, .1 third bent made in a race, and who sired Harry Wilkes a 13H1 Guy Wilket a 15' j, Dam Imp. Bon Bon, by Macaroni, she a never been beaten His grandson, Mike Wilkes 3 15' t, Wilcox 3 16 and fjj others in Will stand at same place ((Tnesiialed in history at my stable aJ4 milesfrom At $15 to list; also 41 producing sons and 19 producing by Phallus has put J in the list Phalla a Living- Colt. 3 30 Hustonsille, on the Ilustonville ,V Liberty turndaughters. mont Girl 3a;,, Phnllene a 30 and Vtrgimus $15 to Colt. pike road. Will alto st.nd my Note: Naboth is a bay horse, 16 hands high, He it a blood bay, 15', hands high, left hind a aSVi Live Stix I Keconl. foaled Juno 38, 1(183 His pedigree contains the Hois a bright bay wi'hout ary svhite, is ijii l.eorce Dictator isa black tiallion. S hands 1 foot white, hiHvs mainland tail. high, fo ilcd in iS4, is a handsome fellow and w ill blood of HambleKmian, George Wilkes, Mambrihands high, tine mane and tail, of fine action un J Sired by Saddlcwiaid no Chler, Pilot, Jr and Harry Clay. is a natural saddle horse; by Silver King, the Hrtt r,un by Smith's Almont, sire of Katie Hcw-ar- d iriiuiiiij site cxirrme arceii lie wattireu lot A gieat stock horse He will stand a iyi,; ad dam b) Lord Wellington lreat premium horse First dam by Imp. Iluck-deColt. a $20 ad dam by Denny's Drennon;3d dam by Saddleisuod, a grand saddle horse, was by At TEN DOLLARS to insure a mare in foal. I'llmore. I'ilmore was a great show horse in his Wild wood; 1st dun by Star Denmark, tjie winner Hit rolls speak wtll for him. to a Living Colt. day. He was by Montgomery's Whip and out of By Imp. Glenelg, Persons breeding to either and then trading or of ino preniimns; a.) dam by nn imported saddle a mare by Frank, thoroughbred. breeding the mare elsesvhere, renders mutiny due. slalHnn; jddaui by Vetch's llambleloni.111, Mares kept at reasonable rates but not responsi. Wildwuod was bv lllackwood 74 a 31 K. S POWELL, Imp. AustraDam Florence I, ble for escapes or accidents sireof Hlackwood, Jr., a aaf,; 1st dam Kate Mes. Hustons ilte, Ky. Record '3i 16 hands high. ia M PENCE, Stanford, Kv A. seneerbv Messenger Ir: ad dam bv Davy Crock Hay stallion, 16 hands high; foa'ed 1885 lian, ett, Jr. ; id dam by Hrunswick, son of Sumpter; Sired by Voltaire tk$ Urot dam by Lexington Sired by KINO CMtSAR. 4111 nam ny a 38; ad dam by Mambrino Davis' Hainbletonian. Smith's AI Cheif Chorl.ler: id ... . . . l.- nn (Ily Hugau's Administrator.) I.V ,ll?lll 1... SSIIIIUIIl. 33, SIIC Ul SI'....... $15 C.UI4VI11 a dam Lady Mauhope, grandam of Rosa Wilkes Fanny Witherspoou a 16I4. Ac. lllackwood 74 by a i3H and Simmcnta ji Ily Hambletonian 10. First dam Carrie Allen, by Athl.-nJr. Norman j t., sirnof Lula a n'U May (juecn a ao, Voltaire 3 ao (by 1'attler 300; dam Voung PorSecond dam by Sir Robin &c. Dam by Mambrino Chief. tia by Mambriuo Chief n; ad dam by Roebuck) This trotting ami combined stallion will make Third dam by (Jiltner llrown' Highlander. n Leiington Deumark is claimed to ho one of the sire of Ilrowa Jua. Is also the sire ol Volney, br g, of igryt at my stable at Milloilgesille King Cxsar by Ilogan's Administrator (sire cf mimlsomestntid most beaulilui nortes In Kendam Nellie by Alden (Jo dsmtth, who made a recDescription and Pedigiee: Waterloo is a black, Will make the season of 1S91 at my stable iK miles tucky He Is fashionably bred in saddle and trot- Major Landers 337s, son ul Administrator 357 ord in 1890 of a iyA Tattler, Voltaire's sire, by 17 hands high, weighs 1,300 pounds, magnificent jsireof Catchtly 3 Mc.Mahonaai and 6 others from Mllledgeville, Lincoln county, on the Stan- ting lines, is. a grand saddle horse, a finegaitcd I'ilot, Jr. , dam leilnle byTelamon, son ol Medoc, stylo nnd action and is a sure lo.il getter, his progford .V Mllledgeville pike, trotter and goes the gaits naturally. He has 111330);a6. dambyAintruan Clay 34 (sire ol Onn-vils sired Indianapolis 3 ai, Rumor 3 ao Slander eny combining speed and s. By Ten Broeck, dam by Planet, saddle a Maggie Hrigg a 37. etc.) 3d dam idam shown iia so gait, both racking and trotting, withHo has a record of a 32. 3 a8J and Voltaire 3 aoJ and his sons Abbott, InHe emanates from the high- of Wilcox a i6'x and buld Wilkes ajo) by Red out any preparation dianapolis, Rumor, Tattler, Jr, and Voltaire are Hn is by Richelieu, he by Mambrino Chief; he vl dam hy 111 a 30 At $10 horses in KenPilot Ir ia, sire by Mamhritiii Paymaster, ho by Mambrino, he by all sires of performers $15 to Inf4ure a Living- Colt, est class of saddle und pre in his dam represents Hawk.- 111 will standMiimbiiiiii Chief 11. eg well known us LeingnncO the grandtucky on his sire's side and of Tattler, it Imp. Messenger. some of the host trotting families in the whole est briKsl mare sum. of the age, las daughters pro First dam Helm mare by Hay Messenger, he by Mcney due when maro it parted with. S10 to cuuntty. This combination produces the best comtlucmg Maud S. 3o3fcw JayKyeSee a 10 and a Harpinus. ho bv Hambletonian, lie by Imp. MesAdonis is a boautifuldark bay with blatk points, bined horses in tho world and those which of note Lexington Chief ?&, mre senger; al dam Red liitd. by Camion Whin, he by host ot others The Saddle Stallion, I the best prices in all eastern markets. Any I also have of Iliown Jim's dam. is by Kentucky Clay 194, I lackburn's Whip, he by Imp. Whip, he by 15 hands 3 inches high was foaled August, itV88, and is a grand saddle horse. Those who wautto one will haso to tec him to appreciate hit great, dam Lady Warfield by Mambrino Chitf 11 Mam dam by Herod; 3d dam a thoroughbred n are of Proteine 2U,etc) by Imp. Diomisle. Hay breed to a Handsome Kentucky saddle stallion are nest. brino Chorister sire ordain dam was out invited ta look mint over and see bis action and of a full blooleil Messenger mare and by Imp, by Mambrino Chief, dam iy Chorister style. Rockingham. Waterloo's dam by Helm's YorkTwool which are noted as the best jennet Jacks, a Colt. I will also stand my splendid voungjack, He was sired by the grand show horse. Second shire, he by Imp Yorkshire, dam by Welsiger's and w ill serve Jennets at $35 for u jack colt and At Jewel; he by Cunningham'k Jewel, lie by WashHelsbazrar; sil dam by Kossuth; 3d darn the noted $15 lor a jennet and will servo mares ington Denmark saddle mareowned byjoo Helm ami afterward by His first dam Minnie, by McDonald's Halcorn; N. T. Lee. Waterloo will stand At to Living- - Colt. ad dam by Wells' Crusader, his first dam un- Four years old, black with white points, 15 hands pedigrees and particulars, known, but thought to be au Oliver. The other jacks are fine mule jacks and will high, and a "Jim $10 to living Saddle StalHon.bsy, 15 hands high, three white $10 to Living1 Colt, Adonis will be allowed to serve ten or fifteen colt, due Octibcr dandy," ator when insure isaparted serve mares 1st, i8ga, feet, heavy inarm and tail, fine style und action, inare address good mares only. with, Or $13 50 till weaning time. Mares kept on crass or fed at reasonable prices, $10 to a Colt. Lexington Denmark's leo will be due when colt Lien retained on colt till weaning lime. Care but not responsible for any accidents should any is foaled or mare it parted with. Marrs kept at $a S. II. or J. H. Baughman, occur. These animals will stand nt my stables on the The above stallions will make the season of 18,1 taken to present accidents but no responsibility per month owners' risk. I solicit a close inspecshould any occur. F. F. SANDIDOK, Somerset pike a miles south of Stanford. 1. S. Tl.VIS, at iny stable near Huitonv'l'e. tion of my stock. Stanford, Ky. 6 Milleduevllle, Ky. 9 J. K. IIAUGHMAN. 8 Shelby City, Ky. M.S. HAUGIIMAN, Stanford. ia M.T. RUSSELL, Mllledgeville, Ky. old last October, full 15 hands 3 Son of Rysdyk's Hambletonian. Dam,JOETTE,byltlood Chief, 70a, Sire of Fan. 111c Robinson, a aolj. Metronolilan.br Rysdvk's Hambletonian. dam Hyacinth by Volunteer, grandam Clara, dam of Hotter and Dictator, by Seely s American Mar. Metropolitan is acknowledged to be oneofthebest and bv many the very best bred stallion ever toal-eHIsfuIl sister Rein.--i Victoria, sold at the tale for $7,035 highest price cer paid for a brood mare at public sale Two fillies by Metropolitan, neither of which were ever hooked single, sold at public salo for $1,325 averaging Jfda to. Wood Chief, by lilood's Alack Hawk, dam Miss Duncan by Scott's Highlander, grandam by Ara-tutd dam bv Tlmoleon lllood Chief sired Woo-le- y Jim a 39 r'annle Robinson a ao'f and Chief 3 3'4. ltlooil's Hlack Hawk sired the dams of Von Ar'nlm a 19K and Almont, Jr , a ao and grandam of Ilelle Ilrasfield a an and Protiene a 18. Ringoldls is1, hands high and extremely fine and stylish. Will make the season of 'ot nt mv stable "at Morelatnl, a miles North of Hustons ille, on the Hustonilleand Dnnvitleplke, at SIO to retained Insure a Living1 Colt. Lien horsu or on nil colts Ifm ire it rebred to another traded money will be due. Grass furnished at $350 per montn. Care taken to prevent accidents or escapes but no responsibility should any ocur 1 haveemploved O A. Hoover of Klngsvllle.Pa. to drvefor me this season Helms put q horses In the a 30 list. I hate a splendid track mid will handle a few horses besides my own at reasonable prices. For particulars address, W. S. WIG1I AM, Moreland, Ky d. 13-j- m I will alto stand at the same time and place my young jack. At SS to insure a Joeliving Embreo, colt. BE&IaEVIEW WILKES 13994. fYear-OIJ $12.50 to Iiwure a Living- Colt. - Record 2 2V4malUce Joe it a red jack. DesrtiplioH and Perflates- - Silver Tip l a sirr bay with fine sanne and tail, hind anklet kite and we think will make a grttai .how horse Wallace Deumark-lih hot. I Sil-v- tr g. fi, . PENCE! , - Three-year-ol- m:.i. r liESZBIa, BACrLE BIRD. Insure 1. II-- ,. 1 J.l f -- 1 - -- At S50 Cash, with tho usual Return Privilogo. $5-- At Living tom noBiarscw, I 1 DORSEY GOLDDUST, , i 1 ,,( MAPLE SHADE BREEDIHfi FARM. FAULCONER, ItZAlHBXtlXO 3715, Wallace k at d -- . ii i4, ABDALLAH Sioo tlic Season. .. . a i IEAVEL.OK 513 $50 to Insure. QLTJINE S. 11048, S40 to Insure. TURNER, S1IE1XAX PONY, Sxo to Insure. J J- - Dictator 3862. to Insure Living Hus-tonvi- llc jo-'.- At Insure Living i4, io, i',, ai, KING i BOY. i .4 HOSCO.E. ij-s- 111 111 jici ..l.-A..- 11- aiii;.i.i..ii d $, .o. At Living Le $8 Insure - Stallions for 1891. ERRICSSON, JR, SAM. l'li-ll- WABOTH 10016. MINSTREL, At $20 Insure. 11 $8 Insure a jjjrnjiviin s 111 1 1 At $30 Insure a Living LITTLE RUFFIN, At to Insure. LEXINGTON DEMiVJArlK , Oon-ib.l- n. t KING BUCKDZ2X Insure a Living At $10 Insure l'hal-lamo- nt to Insure Living n; POWHATTAN III by At to Insure. BROWN JIM. At $20 Insure WATERLOO. first-clas- ADONIS -- IJ, tliOM-aso- CONCREGAN, to Insure. IS-- uaii-tie- le At 111 11 1 At Insuro. coin-ma- Sal-tra- m, s $15 to Insure Living Eagie Denmark, $10 to Insure. For Five Splendid Jacks, $10 Insure a Star Denmark, Living Iiuportetl Ilidaljo, At Insure a $15. to Insure At Insure. y 4 i d,ji miYstv si.aiJ. .tts.a'iAiil.sli'iitml Vir''tisjfi Vtitiiiiitiiiii lisl'mn'ife'imis' 'i'. is.tl 1skfcsitsssmj , t'lLii "" i A- - ai Mf t.ia,iitniWWTW. Jxeuy THE PKKI OF MONOPOLY. HOW M'KINLEY PIANO DEALT WITH THE MAKERS. Tliry Tiirnril Ovrr to .llnHrtimllpa. IIhi MuLcr i.r 1'ult, Ivory Kj-N- .String' r , mill Action A Spi'i'linru ;i Piano making i 0110 of llio few intliw-tru-- s of this country which urn indifferent to protection and cure nothing for Wliilt nominally foreign foiuiM'titioti. protected, the iimnufHcturera nn entirely indein'iident of tnriff heneliU". Of oourso tlun has iilwiiyri irwti it tariff utioii jimiioh, hut not at the holicihitinn of the Where a nmv tnriff lias manufacturers. lieen iutruducod the duty hint been retained, mom on account of Renenil than 1mkiium the luiimifiicturcrri liavo invaded th halls of coiiyrt, demanding protection for an "infant industry." In no hearing on the tnriff hiao they iipiK'itrotl and demanded an increase, or I'Ven a retention of old duties. On tho contrary, they have relied ujion their own nkill and enterjiriso for protection, and the result Iiiim justified their coinx, for moro pianos Imvo Wen extorted every year than have been imiHirted, and wo have Kit:t wane of our mwicnl le.st protluctionirto tho gronW-hcountry of tho world Gerinnny lienlf. W'u began to lnanufacture piano over ninety years ago. Tho induitry has grown rapidly, tho production la-- year lieing doublo what it was ten years ago. Last year wo niado alioiit T'.'.OOO pianos, and it is ostiinttttsl that rtiuco IH'.'O wo havo made 1,210,000. The census ro urns of 1MM are not yet published, but St is ebtiumtod that we now have SOU factories engaged in turning out pianos or p.trt used in them such as hoys, wlrej, actions, etc. Tho estimated capital of theso factories is $15,000,000, employing 10,000 worlniuMi at wave or fi,,:,oo,oix) a year, ueiiig $0,000,000 worth of iiinterial, and ttirtiiiigiut it product worth New York alone has alxmt of the factories, MnngtchiiMttts ranking next. While th piano industry has no in protection for itnelf, protecburdens ntxin that tion lays iiuiiit-nHimdiihtry. In fact it is made a prey to toe greed of wYerttl minor iiiritisuiiw whirh hnve. under tim McKinley lnw, higher pmUrthm thn orer iwfore. prin-tiplet t two-third- ;i Tln-l- r r Plums. Tiirltr (Jrccil. MuKlnli-y s in-trv- tt s Tliowi iiiprwtitwl tri'-ks attention from large m illiutrntiiig tb dM?rv dntieri Mrw in t)M lew UrirT law, and thw ntvted lim making which wv ttntijort to higher duties tiiuW th MrlvinWy Ihw ro tho tuning pins to which the utriugti are The old duty on them pfna was M jut cent. It whs first propuMwl by MiKinley to maka tin duty 10 jwr along "pianos and with cent., of." ianoforte action, and part This iHiraxniph was contructel at the ud hollcitatiou of tho action makers, who, though they hitd no intemt at nil tu tuning puis, werw very anxious the imragninh their own s production hi broadly tltat the)' , might with the that they included Uut in piano manufacture. they ileiiiNiided that the duty lx (lxisl nt of 10 pr cent., and when the M lnsU-abill went to the henato ttiey accomplibhcd their puriMi-- in itrt by lmviiiK the whole jstratcniph Mnick from tho clusl-tilTlio whs that ttuiiii pins weroiiuule tlutiable at 15 per cent., and the print was nt once put up to ij.'t.i'O jht fV'.lU. thousand, having A Muiilar tiick was porformel in regard to the felt which is put on the hummers. There is only one factory ill tho production of piano felt in tho United State that of Mr. Alfred Dolge, of Dolgeville, N. V. the annual production of which, according to Mr. Doltfo, is alwut 1100,000 pounds. litiKland has two factories, Fntnco two and four. The only piano felt imported into tho United Stutes comes from ''Germany, ami amounts t from 25,000 to 30,000 jxnmds per ywir, w that only of tho felt used horo is 1 tocon-r-rnu-t nitermtU. ilrot of the pnrU tweil in jvlono r,idty of tariff wpl tie" a HilM-tin- g them-helv- ooinix-titiou- every-thiiiKUM- sl e. K-e- Uer-man- y one-tent-h d. Piano felt iaid a duty under tho old cents a jwund and 40 law of thirty-fivper cL'iit.,suinl to it single ad vulorem of 07 per cent., Ikjiiii; tiixetl as "manufact-uri'- 3 of wool not otherwise provided for.'' Tho duty in tlibi paragraph in the cents a bill was made forty-fou- r onnd and 50 jkt cent. When, however, tho bill was in the conference coiumitteo of tho house and henntc, Mr. Dodge, acting through Senator Hiscock, had tho thrco little words, "felts, not woven," put into the ready made clothing paragraph, bearing tho highest duty of all tho manufactures of wool 10 cents a IKMiud and CO Mr. Dolge's proNftion by this trick is mode almost absolute. Under tho old tariff tho duty paid on 100 pounds of felt was $122, under tho McKinloy law $191. Some importers havo already raised tho prico of foreign felt ono dollar a xmud. Tho greedy Dolgo had two objects in view with his tariff trick: (I) Tohhut out nil foreign comiietitioii, and (2) being a manufacturer of humtnrs also, to drive out of business all tho manufacturers hero of piano hammers who havo leen using imixjrted telt. Tho renult is that ho will bo free from all competition whatever in tho American market. At tho Bamo timo ho will continue to export felt to Germany as ho has dono in tho past, on all of which felt drawbacks of duties will bo paid by tho United States government. For tho benefit of tho three establishments enguged in makiug ivory piano keys a similar increase of duly was made. These establishments import their elephants' tusks frco of duty, and bad 80 per cent, protection before McKinley came and gave them 40 per cent. A set of ivory keys now costs tho manufacturers one dollar more than under the old doty. The next item is music wire. Here o Mc-Kinl- has! He never has any money of his own, for he is always trying to borrow, vet vou'd think ho hadn't a care in the world. " "1 suppose it is because his credit is so iKr that ho cannot even borrow lilientiiiii "f tlir Shut TimiT. "Hefont Watts had his dream," says trouble." Boston Herald. The Mechanical World, "tho making of Mtenil. shot was a slow, lnltorious and conseRingway See hero what a terriblo quently costly process. Watts had to botch you "have made repairing this coat. take great Irnrs of lead and imund them I told you to mend tho hole so yon out into sheets of a thickness nearly equal couldn't see it. Tailor Well, sir, you can't soo the to tho diameter of the shot ho desired to make. Iletheu had to cut these sheets hole, can you? Clothier and Furnisher. into little culx's, place the culxsi in a reTim riillooili7 of Kxierleuri. volving lxtrrel and roll the barrel around Toucher Johnnie, you may explain until by tho constant friction the edge what causos tho earth to move around wore off from tho little cubes and they the sun. Ixx'itmo spheroids. Cos it's cheaper to move than "Watts had often racked his brain try- to Johnnie Now York Evening Sun. pay rent. ing to discover some better and lets costly scheme, but in vain. Finally, A Kvtliloii. after spending an evening with louto How fresh in my mind iiro tlio scenes of my ho boon companions at the ulehouso, As krun recollection presents thcin to view went home and went to bed. Ho soon fell into it profound slumber, but the Tliu kltclion, tlionomUuccl iinU knots of green Hrewootl, stimulants ho had imbibed apparently Ami till tlio lmnl uork I had then to go disagreed with him, for his sleep was through; disturbed by unwelcome dreams, llo Tlio bread I must knead out, and iIoukIiuuU to fry brown, imagined ho was out again with tho Tho pies for tlio threshers, and town folks, bo boys,' and that as they were stumbling huuII, homeward in the dark it began to rain Tho clothes I must rub out with pounder and wushtub, shot. Beautiful globules of lead, polTho leaky old washtttb, remembered so well: and shining, fell in a tprrent, and Tho washtub, tho wushtub, tho Iron bound ished compelled him and his bibulous comwiislitub, panions to drag their heavy limbs to a Tho bucktircaklng washttib that sat on tho well. place of shelter. tho morning when Watts arose ho Tho cows I must milk cro tho breakfast was "In ready, rcmombered his dream. lie turned it Tho tiods must make cro tho dinner lieRun, over in his mind all day and wondered Tho dishes I to wwdi when tho men folks were what sliajKt molten lead would assume restlllK Tluo 8uro man's work oft ceasuth, but woman's in falling through tho air. ne'er done thoughts tormented him so jxTsistently hard, and bags I muut must at last, to set his mind at rest, ho Tho floors I up, scrub that patch carried a ladleful of molten lead to tho Tho blockings to darn; nil tho tasks tiono could tell, top of the steeple of tho Church of St. in my dreams I nta doing blc wnnhlng Mary, of ItoJcliiT, and dropixul it into a How ift a leaky old washtub, remembered so Willi moat below. Descending, ho took from well; tho bottom of the shallow jxxd several Tho wahhtub, tho wasbtub, tho Iron bound wushluli, handfuls of tho mast perfect shot ho had Tho baekbreakluc washtub that sat on tho over won. Warts' fortune was made, well. for ho had conceived tho idea of tho shot since has been tho The old worn out vessel, I now think with tower, which ever only moans employed in the manufacture Haspleasure, Bono where It never will troublo mo of tho little missiles so important in war more; I vlow hi its 6tead now with exquisite pleasure and sport." Machines which prevent the old backacbw le;ul ought to bo ablo to drop Melted of ore; from tho top of a tower in the United AlthouRh long removed from that hard situaelsewhere, but horo States as cheaply as tion, Few tenra of rcpret do Intruslvelyawell ceuU we put a duty of two and my father's old a pound on shot to protect our shot When fancy roverts to towers. For somo years the duty has With not tsoap streaked wasbtub way out on been practically prohibitory, tho figurus the well. at hand showing imports pf less than a The washtub, tho washtub, Uia Iron bound WBAhtllb. hundred dollars' worth per year. It li Tfae b&ckbrefckiag w&ehtub that fell on til understood that the shot product of this Christian at Wrtu ' coaatry fe oontroUed by a trust. mts-kery tho MoKinloyltes made It appear that they went reducing tho duty. In the wire tho duty on ono of tho hiziM of virn nrn1 for hIvi'ikm v:in to. dueed from 2 cents a jioniid to 2f cents, tho, othi-- hixo Ikmiib left unchangisl. But nt tlw end of the wire schedules a pKniRrajih whs added placing a duty of 45 jxir cent, on all iron and steel wire worth more than four cents it ismnd. Now piano wire is worth from thirty to i forty cents a jKiund abroad. Thus tho old mUst of duty, equal to an nd valorem cent, on smaller wire and It of It on tin' lxrg'r nines, give plnc to a 15 jxr cent, rate, which iiiohiis increasing tlic ratfi over HtiO per cent, on the liner, ' nere aiiu over siki on tne coitraer wire. the jriano maiiufncturei-- imid 2J cenU a jMHind duty under tho old law they now pay over eight cents, ami where they Hiid three centa they now my over twelve cents. The kind of wire used forpianostriugs is made by one or two establishments in the United State, the most important of which is Washburn A: Moon, who control important patents and were tho chief movers in tin formation of the barbed wile trust. Justus soon as the McKinley tariff went into effect the price of music wire was raised. Dealers at once changed their lists, and wire which cvst the piano manufacturers fifty cents per jKiund before the MclCinley tariff went into effect now costs them hcventy cents ixir pound. Tho circular of one of the manufacturers announcing the advance Ix'ars date of Oct. Ill, 1MI0, just ono wts-- after the McKinley law went into effect. Another part of the piano affected by tho tariff is the action, or machinery for transmitting the strokes of the finger from the keys to the strings. The old duty on piano actions was 25 per cent., and under it the buiiicfS of making actions expanded greatly, there lxing now twelve establishments engaged in th" manufacture of them, one of which makes "0,000 actions a year. Hut tho action makers wanted an nliMiluto monopoly, and mt went to the Mcivinleyitos and Miecissled in getting the duty put up to 45 per cent,, though they asked for 00 jkt cent. The smaller piano nianufact-tuvr- s do not make their own actions, and they protested vigorously agnin-- t the inenwe of duty. They said in their to McKiuley's committee: "Tho undersigned pianoforte makers if the United UtHtes would pmU'it apuiust inch an advancement of duty as In'tng uujunt, olwttructivo and fatal to the ihuo making indutry of this country. Thtre appears ti lx no good renton for a higher rate of duty on pisuoforte xotions, mnee tlie manufacturers of this highly article in this country have succeeaful, liaving made large fortunes within H)iitirHtivfly short timo under the present iwotection duty. To raise t)te duty on pianoforte actions would kimply mean to create n tnonKily for a few action makers at the expeuse of hundreds of ptatto makers." The action makers indulgsl in the utual rot alxiut pzotectiug ltor, and declared that they would bo compelled to reduce wage were not their demands granted. Just as moon, however, as the McKinley bill was introduced one of tlieo manufacturer nt once cut down the wages of his laborer 10 jht cent. HitMiig thus given the action makers, the wire makers, ivory key makers and the single maker of felts full license to prey ujxin the piano manufacturers, McKinley made the pretense of giving this ali-- o a "fair and equitable revision of tho tariff" by racing the duty on pianos from 25 xr cent, to 15 per cent. As any duty at all is a matter of perfect indifference to the nano makers, the hollow of this piece of McKinleyism is evident. r Whnt'i In n Nuiim? Tho boy's fishing ixdo was fastened under tho root of a tree on the river bank yesterday, and ho was sitting in tho sun playing with a dog. "Fishing?" inquired a man passing along the road. "Yep," answered the loy as briefly. "Nice dog you'vo got there. What's his name?'' .IF MIXED ENSILAGE. YOU ARE GOING. OR A.lillliiniH to tint Stock AU.iiit tho silo. of Knnwleilcn BrORTH Regulate The Bow.cls. -- WEST, w ,J THK. ir s 'ol Hcncn lorminr tlio Allele yn ua silo of any magnitude and solidity that torn unil livtfots tllscuACfi, Mieli LOUISVILLC 4 NASHVILIC R. R. was built in Wisconsin. "Fish." queer name for a dog. "Fish? That's a During tho past season, Mr. Weeks Dyspepsia, Fovcrs, Kidnoy Diseases, l ttie 1me for you, a its Bilious Colic, Hrlaria, etc. What do you call him that for?" says, he tried putting somo clover in the "'Cuubo ho won't bite." I'llls Toll's urn! iroihico riRuIur liablt of bottom of the pit at regular haying time, lioity 13,'iily fcmxl Then tho man proceeded on his way. covering it a foot deep with green marsh wliicii, no one euu enjoy j;iotl ultliniit licultti. Star. Make clo ejcmliectioiis at Washington liny, on which he put plunks, and weighted it some besides. At corn harvesting KwflMfftvfftsHflfttWRRHaaaRwia LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Hf Mllllt. s . V For all points Hk.. tune the clover ensilage was in fine con- a?r7vi ?MT,'i 171V Our N'cw Illii5tmtpd 3 lUKOUGU TICKI'ls Mil I). dition, save somo twelve or eighteen llAUCiACih CIlrCl.hD THROUGH. Catnlouuc of Plants, 5 incites on the top that had a little mold, uuids, vines, siiruos, ; for any mf'TmilT. i, rrn'lreof tint not to a seriously daimiging amount. n n i rt rs vinni di ri nMmmmr- '. J A Ukl'hMHl, Aitent, Or .Stanford, Kv. Evtrgreens, etc., willp It was all eaten by tho cows. He filled W I'l.NN, 1'r.iv Pa- W. ;cnt, lc tmilled Free to nil 3d Jjnm.jn C t), Ky the silo full of corn cut to half inch K) iuikoamh applicants; and 4000 varieties of ?3 'I went v inilr the Hiortit to lengths. 32 Plants, etc. 52 lie is now confident tho clover wns a t4 35Siitlrfiu'tlon Gunrantcod. 23 SO acres. little too riie, and so failed to settle its S Greenhouses; & NEUNER, Address, NAN2 Lorwiux. Kv. 3? i,Mifi?SBWrviil3SBfiBffilfc, compactly as it should to exclude all air. lie will cut the clover into tho pits next time, as well as the corn, and will weight CDriOUISVIttt.NtWAtBAIITiCHIUCO RfTtflV the clover more than ho did last season. .TO Ho says ho finds contrary to what we think is the common belief that the cows prefer corn silago instead of the clover. Ho also says that ho favors the .AnJ. planting of half tho field with com that i CONSUMPTION will mature ears, and tho other half of n?.Wts SCROFULA tho largo southern variety; and then in ,..AnJ.. BRONCHITIS harvesting cut across the rows so as to COUGHS thoroughly mix tho corn with tho whole COLDS of tho stalks. CISRES Wasting risoascs We see no objection to this, unless it I'cillman Vcttibulcri Uuffet Sleeper and Pullbe that tho later variety would not be Cars Wonderful Flesh Producer. man lluffet Chirchauge.on all trains through to ready to harvest when tho earlier maturChicago without ing kind would lx. How does Mr. Weeks Go via the Monon and get the Ilcst for the least Many liavo gained ouo pound money, for information address Mrs. Cair- d- I tell yon, John, there's a overcome this difficulty? per day by its uso. IAS. DARKER, G I. A., Chicago. Wo havo had a dream that a mixture burglar at the kitchen window! jntilsion is not a eccret V G. CRUSH, D 1'. A . Louisville. Scott's bo remedy. of a variety of siloed crops might It contains tho stimulat- a harvested, each in its season, and at tho properties of tho Hypopbos-philetime of its very best development, and ing and puro Norwegian Cod put into a long, deep, narrow silo, ono of both top of tho other, till made full by tho Liver Oil, tlio potency ,fc Mississippi Valley being largely increased. It is used Newport News Vestilitileu Trains toCo., "E. D. Solid last maturing kind of com. Then use world. the "bias cut" in feeding out. This by rhyhiciana all over the Philadelphia would give a tootlwomo variety to the PALATABLE AS W1ILK. Baltimore, New York, ration that the animal would relish, and All points East and Southeast. Sold Ihj nil Dni'j'jlsts. Only one niglit out lrcm Lexington. give a chance to put in all the per cent, of rijx'iied corn that is needed to make CCOTT otBOWHE, Chamlsts.H.Y. Corrected 'limo Card in Effect Jan. 4, 1S9I. a ration "lmhtnced" so far as corn could - . do it. Hoard's Dairyman. . '; KastJtiiil Accom. Fast - 3 'r1 i Mr. H. S. Weeks, of Oconomowoc, Wis., is one of tho best silo men of our state, and tho inheritor from his lato honored father, Dr. Weeks, of tho firht Sick Headaolie, (livi-Mluii- , Double Trains BPj r:L- 1 met i - m m mammmM2& wjiiist scoirs EM5Ji$:m: 1TOIRTH "WJIilSTo i OLD KY.. ROUTE Washington, Ix-o- lip 1 t'Mfiil 1'olntK About I'oultry. Exiwriwico Ihih tniiKht mo that clean, is witrin h(tiy and X'o(I healthful the inttt imMicino for chickens. When I cuiiniieiicfd' the haziness I ttstnl every of and fed red jep-jirmiiedy thnt I lavishly. My hilla for n'laeilies were large. Hed twiiir and it little sulphur d once it week is yood for fowls, ft-oht-ar- d er ft-- 3 ." M3- e. rt . 1 a r "?o4n3g-rSn 1 3 3" a H ZV 3 C J' J EAST HOUND. tn-- 3 ' sn ca t - r is$wft !53oW3ui2 ;HJoW2 Lve Stanford " " " " " B?teSa " Catlctttburg ' HuntiBCtcn...... WEbr BOUND. Lve. HuntiiiKtoiu Lexington. Winchester K. U. Junction. Mt Strlin; Morehuad Olive Hill " Ashland Kxprcss. Daily Daily Dally. Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun. 11 50 n'n 3 11 am n 50 n'n 6 10 pm 11 40 am j 35 pin 6 55 pm la 45 pm 6 35 pm .. 7 10 pin 1 1 pm ,9 'o jo pm o 43 pm 1 03 pm a 43 3 07 pm 35 pm 5 50 pm 6 pm j jj pm 7 30 pin pm pm o 15 am .,. ........ ......... ...,... Mr. Caird -- I'm cr let's see. By Jovo, I'll communicate with him by er tho speaking tube! Puck. Mrs. Prentice How do yon always manage to have such delicious beof? Mrs. Bluthyrw I select a good, honest butcher, and then stand by him. Mrs. Prentice You moan that you give him all jour trade? Mrs. Hinthyre No, I mean that I stand by him while ho is cutting off the moat. Life. IIT CllttOlll. l'lrtly Kir C.ono. "What a happy disposition Sapper dnring the inottltiiit: process. Corn meal and wheat bran made damp bat not wet, und well mixed, U better thnn bloppy feel. It is hotter dry than Plenty of warni drinkintr too wet. water in very cold, and cold in wann weather is imnVpeiiNible. Another qaentioit with most in, Where can I get tho cheapest stock? I would respond, where you get the best, I would explain rejfardleNi of price. that 1 do not mean that it is necessary to pay tho high prices asked by tho prizo winners for their stock in order to get good Htoclr for tho farm, but it is necessary that wo who advertise our stock got from Mich breeders and keep our stock up liiijh in the standard. In order to do this wo must pay very high prices, and in turn cannot afford to sell stock for tho low prices wo often seo advertised such as cockerels of tho very best at ono dol-deach. A moment's rellection will show that no breeder of first class btock can sell at such prices. In one community any fanner's wifo who keeps puro stock can sell cockerels at her door for one dollar each. All breeders know that when wo havo got the very best stock IKjssible, when shipping timo comes wo iind wo havo many culls, and these wo can of course afford to sell at reduced rates. Very few orsons engage in any business enterprise for pleasure alone. Tho American peoplo especially are a people who ask the question, leforo embarking in any business ship, Will it pay? So with regard to cheap poultry. I can say cheap stock never pays for an advertiser, and there is certainly no pleasure in anything that does not give satisfactory results. Oao thing in making is better to bo stated: whether yoa breed for market or shipping to other breeders. Often yon can get just what you waut much cheajwr by so doing. For instance, ouo raising Plymouth Rocks for market alono need not bo so particular about tho penciling of tho plumage, tho set of tho comb, etc., but if ho gets a good bone, good style and shape, ho will havo just aa fino and as early chickens for market as if ho had paid a much higher prico for his cockerel. What is true of one in this particular is truo of all tho breeds. Another question often asked is: Can you furnish stock in pairs not akin, and how can I do this if I commence tho Yes, I can. Get tho stock business? and get somo one who is anxious to go into the business to raise on shares, and when he or she gets a start pay them n good prico for this stock and you will nover havo any troublo in furnishing btock in pairs and trios not akin. Breeders should make it a point to do this, us wo all advise this in breeding. Another way I manage is to buy eggs and mark my fowls, booking tho marks, and this will often bo as satisfactory as any way. Mrs. B. G. Mackoy in Journal of Agriculture. perj-on- s ar ? 3,8n)3.y i,0.- - (C -- " Catlcttsburc " Ashland " Olive Hill. " .Mt. Sterling 3 1. Arr Lexington " Wincheter " Louiillf .... ..' 6 ag pm 6 .....j 1 40 pin 6 a 58 pin 3 4 33 pin 10 1 1 10 pm 00 am 35 am .............. 35 am 47 am 33 am 35 am 3 ........ 5 13 ptnlii 3 43 pmi3 4U 9 15 pm 4 30 pm pm 6 7 8 13 43 am 35 am 15 am 10 am 13 n n DJEAI1 T3EZM TWICE! The only Protection that will effectF. F. V. ually protect all people, all clashes, all East of Huntington on the C. A' O. Route. labor anil all interests is that styled I'uit Mail Trains run daily except Sunday beand Srj.F Protection ! acquired only front tween Lexington itntinn,Huntington. .. Maken..t direct nn n... . A.t. "...in., ir.it q. ..........j.u.a .. I. f .t flr. . . ll.ll ..I.(.vv..v(. .. It " K J al Wiuchestcr with K. C. K. truthful knowledge of way mill 'nti wll (iii wutii i'uuiiu) csjim a i (i i i.u ii nun ituitn ,fe T. 1". Unilroads. & N., L. means, legal and illegal, just and un- I.. Lexington S. and C , N. O.Accommodation daily, and Olive Hill except Sunday. Connects nt Winchester to and just, by which tho burdens of govern- from K. C points and at Luxingtor. with L. S. K. for Louissille. ment, profits of labor and industry, are K Kor full information in retard to rates, routes. Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecticg lines divided. to unequally C. L. lllJOWN, That knowledge h power, and ignor- Vl E. HUNTINGTON V 1. and G M , (5. I'. A , I.rxington, Ky. ance its slave, is forcibly illustrated O W. HARNEY, W. S HARRISON, G. M.. Lexmi.toii.Kv. T. 1". A.. Ashland. , Kv daily in all walks of life, among all people, in all countries. . . Where knowledge is used its a power j . or a means for gaining wealth without ReRttlCKV -K. labor or an otiuivaleiit therefor, it be- comes necessary to deceive or keep in ''----.-'-. 7 .. itrnomuce oi such methods uuo irom uiiliui jiuututiij iu im puuiwo iturtLi, is taken ; hence it is whom the wealth East, Wost and South-Wea- t. Fast Line between Loxlngton and Cincinthat of the ten thousand newspapers nati. printed in the United States, lets than SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FEU. 13, iSgi. ten are absolutely free and independent No. 2. No. No. 6 of tho power or control of some clus?, Daily. Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun. party or monopoly whoso interest it is 8 nv 3 o p m I. ve to keep the groat iuu.s.1 of proplc in I.sc Cincinnati ... 8 10 a m 8 00 p ra' 18 a m 8 Cowngioi n ' Pn t Kalmnnth n j8 am g 16 p ni 3 5 P ra ignorance of their methods. 11 iS a m 10 13 p mi 5 l6 P ra Arr Fans The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer if Arr Lexington ... 11 10 p m 11 00 p m " " v m 5 37 am Lve Paris.... one of the few, if not tho only one, Arr Wincheter. n 37 p m 6 15 a m 13 10 7 jo p m Richmond... 35 P m absolutely frco from such imlucncu. Arr Lancaster.... Arr 44JPni Stanford. SJopm It is tho nio.it honest, thorough, able Arr .1 ni Lve Richmond ... teacher and exponent of truthful Arr Livington .... 3 3S P m 05 p p m knowledge, of reliable data, free from Lve Middlesbojro 7 as No. i. No. s. No. 3: partisan bias, fair, frank and explicit feel to such degree that ono cannot but Lve Middlesboroi 6 45 am am ESS LninKston... edified and capable of forming correct Lve Richmond 11 05 a m 13 40 Arr lonclusions therefrom. Such a papei Lve Stanford ... 7 00 a m 7 jo a in x. a J Lve Lancaster should be in every household. Sample Arr Richmond. 10 15 a m 6 46 Richmond... ropios can be obtained by addressing Lve Winchciter. 11 ia p ID 6 05 a m n m 35 am Arr 1 33 p m 7 45 am Arr Paris he publishers, at Cincinnati, Q. Lve Lexington .. 3 00 p m 7 00 am 3 45 P m f , . j- - Limited Vcstlbuleil Express runs daily and t as Pullman V'cstihuled lluffct Slceptr' brtween Louisville, Lexington, Washington, New York and Old l'olnt Comfort. ThU tram Is made part of the celebrated " - - - ,- - bM?M n -"- 4 South-Houn- 11S I " North-Roun- d. 1 ! Lve Pans ......... 3 45 4 11 Lve Falmouth-.- ., Arr Covington. .., 5 40 ... 5 50 Arr Cincinnati p m p m 7 S3 9 18 10 44 p m 10 50 p m "' 4 35 p m a in 5 30 p m am 5 37P"n am 6 45 P tu i one-lia- lf farm-hom- o, Good feeding is tho best preventive of lico on farm stock. These never attack animals that have plenty of fat, the oil exuding from the skin destroying the vermin by filling their breathing apparatus and thus suffocating them. When lico are on cattle their effect is seen by a coarse, staring coat. A little oil of any kind except kerosene brushed over the hido lays this coat smooth, and at the Bame, time destroys nny lico that may be living. A second application a few daya later destroys those that batch out after-warNor'weat Farmer. d, Vrinln on Live Stock. ent business conducted for Moderate Fees. Our Office Is Opposlto U. S. Patent Office, and woranecniro patent In less timo than tnoeo remote from Washington. Send model, drawing or photo., with description. Wo advise. If patentable or not, freo I cbarce. Our fco not duo till patent is eeurctl. A Pamphlet, "How to Obtain Patents," ltn names of actual clients In your State, county, or town, sent free. Address, Caveats, and Trade-Mark- s obtained, and all Pat- c:a.snow&co. Opposite-- Patent0lflce, Washlnaton, WE WILL SEND D. C. THE INTEKIOB JOURNAL IN CLUR WITH DEMOREST MAGAZINE ONE YEAR FOR $3.50. W.P.WALTON, - - Stanford, Kt. On theMavsville Ilranch, No 9. leaves Parts at j, am and No. 11, at 537, p m, arriving at Maynille at 10 10, a m, and 735, p m. No. 10 leavcs.Maysville.it 5 io a m, arriving at Pans at 740, am. No. 13 leaves Maysville at 150 aim arrives at Paris at 4 10,, p m. These trains are daily except Sunday, No 3, dally to all points except Rowland Division, which is daily except Sunday, No. 1 runs dally from Lexington to Cincinnati. No, 3 runs daily No. 5 runs daily from all stations except; the Rowland Division, which is daily except Sunday. No. 3 daily except Sunday. No. 4 daily between Cincinnati aud Lexington. No. 43 Paris and Lexington Accommodation daily. Leavei Lexington 10:00 a. ni. Arrives Paris 10:45 a. 1.1 No, 8 Falmouth Accommodation; leaves Cincinnati 5:10 pm Arrives Falmouth 7 03 p m daily except Sunday. NarLeates Falmouth 600am. Arrive Cincinnati 7 55 a m daily except Sunday. No. 3 and 6 make connections at WincheJter for points on the N. N. M. V. R't, E. D. No. 3 carries through cars from Cincinnati to Middlesboroiigh and Cumberland Gap and all Intermediate stations and runs daily. W. L MUNSON. Trav. Pass. Agt.. Cincinnati. C. P. ATM 0 R E, S. K . K N OTT, Gen. Pass. Agt. Traffic Manager. Geoeialolfice, Louisville, Ky. , S. F. B. MORSE, Gen'l PaisVr Aft.. . Office Chamber ot Commerce UuUding.CiacianaM 7 ' .J tUTtr. '.fc.. I Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Ky., - The Covington Commonwealth calls on Air. Clay, who speaks very glibly aboutthe purchasable press,and demands a bill of particulars. It then names a list of papers and asks if they nro embraced in the disgraceful charge and demands that if "Mr. Clay knows n single paper in Kentucky purchased or purchasable either for or against the new constitus tion, or for or against any one of for the governorship, or for any 'other ollice in the gift of the people of Kentucky and to be voted for at the next August election, or anv election ho should make the fact public ami with particularity." We hope the gentleman will find time from his card writing and other duties to attend to this at once. The editors of Kentucky may not bo as rich as Mr. Clay, but wo think they are as honest and as much above accepting bribes. If there is one so low, however, ho will bo promptly expelled from tho association and openly denounced in every honest sheet, if Mr. Clay will specify. thoc.ui-didnte- Wool is worth 20 to 42 cents in Bos- - h StANTOW), Al'HIL -- 4, 1891 W. P. WALTON. BIGHT PAGES, The County Convention. A Fighting in the coko regions nf Pennsylvania continue land several men and women were killed In Wednesday's battle. A train was wrecked on the Alabama & Great Southern by a fiend re moving the spikes and canning the rails to turn. Rev. J. W. Goodman, a Baptist preacher, aged SO, died at Fhelbyville of panily.si8. He was born at Chailottes-ville.'Va- . ton. THAT THE LOUISVILLE STORE DOES IS I Business ? i ! Sdeh I ol Mr. Snooks, father of the groom, county convention is called by and Mrs. Samuel IHte are the last of the the democrats to meet nt Ftnnfoid, May to peoBeeau.sc tee iji ce victims of tho poisoned wedding feast, 2d, to maken nomination (or representabest is near, Louisville, to die. tive in the next legislature. Win. Muooe, for the murder of a to keep the 25th, is designated for the precinct tee policeman, was hung at Charlottesville, meetings which are to appoint delegates week, which, He confessed his crimo Vu., Tuesday to that convention. on the scaffold and chewed ami smoked With no purpose to help or to hinder very carelessly during tho delivery of anv one's aspirations in this direction, it. . with n single, view to the credit and hut A census bulletion just issued gives beet interest in the county, we feel it en the urban population of the United cumbent on us to call attention to tiie States for IS!)0 as 1S,'J:V.070, or 2W.12 per see we week acunusual responsihilityof country's total population. fc Uabti.v, Louisville, who are cent, of the Line of . MusLin IIakuis tion. number of cities having a popula ?'5c The next legislature will be the most noted for charging outrageous fees and The Oil of tion of more than 8,000 has increased important which has met in Kentucky bleeding estates, whenever the courts reduced, to ash. lSiX). from (! in 17SH) to 4 lit in in this generation. If the new constitu- will allow them, have received a tempoThe points of the reciprocity agree tion is accepted it will be a legislature of rary check. They demanded $23,000 for between the United States and sH-iliP$3transcendent importance, because to it their services from the gas company, but ment Self-Lacin- g Spain in regard to Cuba are that the forB will fall the duty of adjusting tho entire on a suit to force it the chancellor cut mer concedes fre entry of sugar, molasof our laws to radically new condi- them down ?24,o00, which is perhaps body ses, cotfee and hides from tho Antilles in tions. If.as is more likely, tho work of the more than they really deserved. It will 1 exchange for tho free entry of raw and Evej-we Frankfort convention is rejected, still be remembered that the linn bled the manufactured products from the United a. big tho impetus given by it to tho public Hull estate and the Standiford heirs to to the extent of very many thousands of States. Shoes, discussion of many questions of grnvo MT. VERNON, ROGKCASTLlfcOlJNTY. concern will undoubtedly bring them dollars. Judge Uargis somewhat atones before tho next General Assembly. Tax- for his extortion and calms his conThe pay car reached here yesterday. We ation, the restriction of corporate privi- science by giving liberallv to religious Mr. J. S. Heppert landed an leges, increased efliciencv of our courts, causes, among them $500 to every new salmon at Mullins' on the Round Stone tins is creek Wednesday. and other liko weighty matters so fully cnurcn built in toe mountains, legislated about in the new constitution, a good disposition to make of the mon- Mr. A. Pennington has purchased will be sure, in the event of that instru- ey, but it doesn't fool old Master by a the stock and fixtures of Vowels' furniA. long sight. ment's defeat, to confront our ture storo here and will run a general Main Street, Stanford, Ky, next winter. The coming legislastore. MANES AND GAKKIliX, A dispatch to the Courier-Journa- l A new depot is to be erected at Livture, therefore, should by all means be from Mayfield, Graves county, says that composed of able and experience d men. Hon. H. O. Warren made a rousing ingston. It will bo placed down nearer Each county should be careful to send a speech their Monday, endowing the the yard and the old buibling will bo man of this character and all the conn-til'- s position of Mr. Hrown, who preceded used for storage purposes. Parties living near Livingston were should unite in generous emulation him, on National and Statu politics and for X as to which shall send the best one. We criticising his competitor, Maj. Norman, here Monday and had writs young bloods of that neighborhood, earnestly hope that. Lincoln county will as belonging to tho old Frankfort ring, take this view of the situation. There and assured the people that if he was charging them with rape. The manager at Cook's ballast quaris, we know, in all parts of tho county a elected ho would have an entirely ry near this place will shortly workn strong though unorganized sentiment in Our Dick is mukiniMin this direction. It should bu organized light nnd winning voteB right along. The force of 2.10 hands in getting out and breaking ballast for the rond. . and make itself felt. Let us remind ,,. people want a change in the auditors The este rn Union will shortly for once in a way, that we are by ollice and we believe they nre going to take down one of tho wires running from no means restricted in our choico to the demand it Rowland to Richmond and put it up candidates who offer themselves howA i'.i.uk law is still in existence, which from the lnttor place to Sinks. may be. There may ever excellent they Mr. S W. Parrid wiw here Sunday lio men who are not candidates, but who lines a person 0"c each for every oath is still enforced in last. Mr. J. K. Vowels and family reat this juncture might make more effi he utters and it Dr. cient and satisfactory public servants and Pennsylvania. The other day one neigh turned to Mibdlesboro Tuesday. bor took occasion to express his opinion Penny, tho dentist, of your place, is with we are confident that tho two ottering would cheerfully submit if satisfied that of another in terms more profane than us. Tho railroad carpenters will make the people thought so. In a popular polite. The abused man kept a tally of ' 80mo ehanges in the depot here in a government tne sovereign people can the oaths and upon swearing to it in short time. I he building will be tot dkmaM) public service from any citizen, court the curser was fined $20 and costs. Profanity is the most foolish of all sins, buck four feet further from the track fc'uch n demand, we feel assured, would and will be lowered. The high platform be heeded in this instance. It is surely though the best of us must admit that will bo done away with. This loaves worth atrial. Our suggestion, therefore, there are times when it is almost as nee-l,nvi"K a u blow-o- ff 0,,,,v olu' olner 0,llct, a cock of an engine. made solely in the public interest and in essary as the nign piaunrm on me line 01 me w. j deference to the best public sentiment, La non unions may be very necessary .Mrs. W. M. Weber and family, of is that each precinct, at and nsuully are productive of good to Knoxville, nro at Mr. II. Carpenter's. meeting, select as delegates their best, the members, but there is such a thing Miss Alice Cummins, of Maretsliurg, enmen and truest and most In Memory or Little Pascal. as their overdoing the mark. The unions tered Mrs. Ncsbitt's school this week. Bend them to the convention uuinstruct-e- d demanded recognition of the manage- Mrs. Mary Carter, of Cummins, was the There is a reaper whose name is Death and absolutely untranimeled save by ment of the world's fair and got it, at guest of,Mrs. G. A. Coyle this week. and on the 1Mb of this month he once ono peremptory direction. "Put up for their own suggestion of $1.50 for 10 Little Miss Alza Logan lirown accompa- more visited earth and took its cold, rePolctln the position the best man you can get." hours' work. But magnifying their own nied by her friend, Miss Cecil Nield, morseless anus "a dove puro and spotThe convention would then bo truly a importance, they now demand an S hour home to Grays for a visit. Mrs. Belle less" from the home of Mr. and Mrs. deliberative body and have tho chance day and 25 cents more for it than for the Burnside is preparing to give the public Alexander Dudderar, of lyiuisville. clocks at least to act wisely and well for the tlav. There is such a thing as n musical treat nt the close of the term Little Pacoal had coino on a visit to county and for the party. Suppose we going too far and this looks like one of Mrs. B. has proven her elliciency as an his when the dreadful dis rngmrT"- v t" all try this just once. y rT, Repairing neatly and prompt- those cases. here and ease of spotted fever claimed the little instructor since her residence she has had a large music class each victim as its own. His hh lie rings were Tun suggestion of Dave Smith for ly done. Oct. most grateful acknowledgements brief, for only - hoursi did God let the chairman of the democratic convention are due and are hereby extended to the time. cloud of pain rest on his little breast on the 13th does not strike the Louis- extent of our ability to the editors of the MT. SALEM.' for He called him home to a brighter I will take old gold or silver in exchange lor kockIs. (Stanford, Ky.) ville Times at all favorably. 1 1 saya that Elizabethtown News, Lexington Leader, a little behind with world than this, wheYo sorrow and sickFarmers, are Dave's parliamentary tactics are of iticiiniotm itegister, ' demothe lino Italian cast, not likely to inspire crat and numerous others for kindly seed sowing. Fruit prospects seem to ness can never enter. Dear little Pascal, the joy and sunbeam of a loving home, confidence. Carlisle. Blackburn or Will mention of our recovery. If the dear be very good, so far. As our regular correspondent has has gone to dwell with the angels. For Owens would, it thinks, give much more fellowsdonot let up on their compliI would I only two short years did his little light batisfaction. Mr. Smith would have ouo ments, we shall get vain and imagine we been absent so long, thought take his place this time and notify the shine, then Jesus took the little one ndyautage. He could order a delegate are really somebody. people that we still exist. home and the many friends of tho beto sit down without his knowing wheth The fisherman's torch can be seen reaved parents extend to them their siner he was looking at him or some other Tub meeting of the National Republican League at Cincinnati was noted only of nights along Green River and the cere sympathy in that sad hour that uan. hitbrought sorrow to their hearts, but the for its praises of Blaine and its almost people here seem to enjoy silently and listening to frog dear Lord had a place in heaven for The diplomatic correspondence be- absolute ignoring of Harrison. Foraker ting on the banks tween Blaine and Rudini, the eagle and created a sensation by Baying: "I see by and ripple almost as well as if they were him and the time had come to remove tho monkey, over the mobbiug of the your cheering that you seem to be affect-e- d actually catching fish. producing State him just as he was beginning to in.uo We can't boast of home happy with his Hweet and childish the same way as I do. And well you Italian assassins at Now Orleans, is a pieachersnnd editors like Mt. ways and (ill their hearts withjoy. But pretty expensive business. Blaine's last may, for Mr. Blaine has given us a mag- senators, ;u nnt lost, onlv uono before, and Xenia that sprang up bo hugely last week l... letter contained 2,500 words, upon which nificent administration." while our hearts go out in sympathy to but we can safely say that as a general the parents, we can but remind them the cable charges were 37$ cents a word. NEWSY NOTES. thing we have good, sound heads tight- that He said: "SulhT little children to Itudini had better let up. A few more me ami forbid them not, for Congressman Ford, of Michigan, died ly nnd firmly set witli the democratic come untothe kingdom of heaven. letters will do up his bankrupt treasury of such is wrench. entirely uud then he will have no mon- suddenly nt Grand Rapids. f.itu.ml wiih held at tho residence John Kstes, formerly of Kentucky, Mr. and In ten years 43 clerks in tho railway of littlo Pascal's ey to light with. lately of Missouri, came in on a vis Mm. Wm. Moutrv. near uowiano Rev. mail service havq, been killed and 471) but While on tho road ini,n itU Gtlmon officiated. The smg- It fnr the summer. is respon- injured. Tin: Louisville Commercial rendered by Messrs, Compared with the same period, the to Kentucky the train jumped the track jng was selected and McClary. sible for tho story that Col. W. O. BradMntiorlv and though his n'lia.n ley and Judge Frank Finley have form- receipts of the Internal Revenue Bureau but fortunately ho escaped, Dear little Pascal is "safe in the arms son, Homer, was slightly injured, of Jesus," and we are sure he is waiting ed an alliance offensive and defensive to for this year are $7,000,000 more than little for which he compromised with tho nnd watching for papa and mamma. manage Kentucky patronage and poli last year. The young people of Jefferson coun company for $250. Charley Owens, of tics. The Colonel doesn't need any spehe grew in sun and shower, Mo., nnd Billy McKinney Tl'wo years TMwn nature said, "n lovelier (lower cial help, but ho couldn't have found a ty, Mo., have decided not to have any Jacksonville, in this section last week On earth was never sown; more relentless fighter or an abler lieu- more hops till after the young onion sea- wero down talking up a patent tool grinder nt tho The child I to myself will take; the Williamsburg gladiator. son has passed. tenant than mine nnd I will make A number of Jews aro implicated in rate of n mile to the minute down grade Ho shall be of my own." An angel Ten years ago, according to the cen- n confession concerning a plot to assass- with brakes set up. Nature spoke. Tho work wns done; We have prayer meeting at New Sa- Thus soon our darling's rnco was run sus reports, tho consumption of spirit-ou- s inate the Czar, nnd 3,000 have been exHow lem church on Wednesday nights, and a He died and left to me and vinoiiB liquors was 2.91 gallons pelled from Kiel!'. quiet scene; while now it is only 1.JKJ. A rabbit's eye has been successfully little excitement prevailed at that place This heath, this calm and to each person, When the congre- The memory of what has been, The drinking of malt liquors has largely placed in the human head and the man at our last meeting. And never more will bo. wo were beincreased though from 1.30 gallons then can see out of it just as well as the other gation was dismissed nnd ginning to movo out, n young man of Wo will not think him dead, to 13.06 now. Has prohibition helped to Bays a dispatch from Sidney, Ohio. But only gone before strange appearance loudly announced Seven negroes, who were to have lo this, or has the taste of the American To n garden fair and palace been executed in the Indian Territory, his intention of preaching awhile, but as shore. people changed? By a river with escaped through tho connivance of those ho seemed to Imvo no papers to identify Of you God demands the sacrifice; Accobdi.no to George P. Howell & Co., who had been placed on guard over himself, the brethren resumed their hats Be strong, it is hia call. Is Receiving Hia nwuy. Now, I don't be- With lingering hands and broken heart, advertising ngenta, New York, thero are them. and hastened On the altar lay your nil, News cornea from Havana that a lieve we nro a cowardly people and I 18,530 newspaper and periodicals in the Think of Him who died for yon, "U. S., of which 1,700 nre dailies, 13,420 madman, who claimed to bo making nn don't believe tho devil could induce us Surrender your bnby boy. Now autopsy, attacked hia little brother with to run, but let a strange preacher come Come quickly, now, and knee and say. weekliea and 221 Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. "Thank God, Thou hast our joy 1" York heads the list in numbers, having a knife, horribly mutilated him and de- - among us without an introduction nnd J. Fox D. Kentucky baa 280. voured portions of the body. April 30, 1891. him cool heels. we will Boon show 1,958 publications. The answer this question is very easily found: the ple the goods for the least moneii and Our business nolicu quick sales are determined up this poliey. Like all and small profits and, times, ire have for this some special bargains will 4 MAKE YOU OPEN YOUR EYES KID GLOVES, you them. Ifan elegant As special attractions for the ladies offer for this cost prices. Calicoes oc per yard; Underwear at Carpets. Rugs, Slippers pair and. an elegant line Cloths and prices. Don't forget Straw Mailings at for Mather's y have an elegant line pair guaranteed per pair. For gentlemen, of Spring Suits at prices that will astonish you. Also assortment of Ties, Shirts, Underwear, $c. Roys' Knee Rants 25c and upwards. Rous' Suits $1.50 and up. will buy now any amount of EGG Sat the highest market pr he. b. 'nw-mak-e- THE t LOUISVILLE STORE I'KllAXSKY, Proprietor. 55555 Managers. new-dea- l. nLi?re(--m'v- i our-frelve- 1 F SaBe fov J FOSTER, i t Who lias Just Received a Car Load. level-heade- d p!tf: H0BT. PENSEL, andjjtort, mm r grand-parent- s "TlWvfTcHESsS All Work Warranted. Fine Walehes a Specialty. STE AW HATS; Just Opened. f An Elegant Line ti.. grand-parent- s, NO OLD GOODS IN STOCK. Stagg & McRoberts. ! Rv .... llower-strow- n eemi-weeklie- SpringsSummer Goods iMmh - Semi-Week- ly InteriorJoukml ir r f Dr. J. B. S. Frisbie, whose death to from heart disease was noted in our lust Stanfokd, Ivy., - Ahul 21. 1891 issue, was a native of Wayne county, where he was horn 01 yenrs ago. From , Wasti-d00,000 pounda wool. Mr. I). H. Kdiniston, who married his caah market price. A.T. Xunnelley, ANOTIIUIt TlllllL'TK. INB.awALTON, eldest daughter, wo gather the following: Another little leaf from the tree of life Stanfoid. . "Dr. Frisbie was it member of the Chris has gently fallen. It shaded for nearly (So to Joe S. Jonea' Ciiah lttirjcnin Store tian Church for some 20 years and was ft W years in kindnoM and comfort and MEANS BUSINESS. and net one of Hume lino books, oc, juat devoted christian, as all who were intigladness its full shareof human kind. In Knui!.vi mate with him can testify. He had been a little while wo will be gathered in from heiiutifiilly and nrtihtirnlly from auction. done nt A. It. IVnuy'ti. practicing medicine for about .'55 years about over Kentucky to follow to the A. T. hns moved hia ahoe Ham; your wntrli. chicle nnd jewelry and was successful as a pr.icticinner. He grave the last representative of our fathrepaired at A. It. l'eiiny'H. All work and harness nlni to hia livery stable on leaves no family but his widow His ers' and mothers' honored and honorawarranted. Depot atleet. children are all dead. My children have ble household of eight. Some few of AXDy ItiyMHMiiicu tlnitnll rillverre. wntchi'H. Nice April ahowera have fallen since lived witli him since their mother's ringM, Ac, bonplil nt A It I'uiiuy'n mil you can appreciate our sorrow. Come our laat jwper and the farmers' )hyaio bo engraved free nf cimrirc. death and he was devotedly attached to go with us to his grave. J. II. Mim.kii. iiomiva wear a more pleasant caat. them." Tho funeral was preached by his Stanford, April 2:5. PERSONAL POINTS. brother-in-law- , Klder Milton Klhott, at Oi'it Mock of carpeta, imittiiiKS, rupi church, Kirkaville, after Gov. Bueknir has very pioperly reM. S. Joni:h in in Uiiiciiiimti Inning and oil clotha ia complete and at prices the Chiistian used to pnrdon Hume Clay, who stole which the remains were taken to piotls. lower than nny one. Severance A Son. for interment, followed by ft large f;(!0,000 by forgeries. Mltw Kiidik Aim mm, of Iloyle, lias been Col. H. P. Thompson, a large tobac Mv lino of elothincan'tbe beat. Come concourse of friends. A good man has In the county, go to Mian Annie HiuikIiiiiiiii. the dietitof Mil. T. I). ItANi:v,of ItiriiiiiiKiiniii, Ala., and look. Pricea '2Tt per cent, leaa than gone to his reward. Pence to his ashes. co buyer of Winchester, has assigned, Mr. Andrew G. Cowan, of tho West with liabilities of $100,000. arrived yesterday to wee. bin sick mother. any house in Lincoln county. Joe S. Ben Butler wns removed by force Knd, familiarly known as "Andy," died Jonea. MABThllftON 1'KtTO.V, KsKJ , of KllOX very suddenly Wednesday of what was from the presence of the Supreme Court villi1, is honj ueuiiiK after the water Mil. V. M. Waiik will act as my njrent Ho had left at Washington becauso he spoko disparMipposed to be npoplexy works. ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING and all at McKinnev and will pay the highest on agingly of the judges. Mn. M. H. ItAi'diiMAN attended the cash price for wool. See one of us be- home on foot to go to the work guaranteed. the Liberty piko and on his way fell to horhe Hale at Lexington Wednewday, but fore fu'lliiiR. A. T. Nunnelley. AI)VK!ITISKME.TS. NKW the ground in an unconscious condition. inadu no piircliiiHe. AdiDKST. While working' on hia en- Ho was seen by some of tho ne ghbora, Mb. K. 0. IIoitkk, HfiTftnry of tho Lutonia Itaee Com me, and Carroll Iteid gine, KiiKineer Dave Harness Im I a lieii who rushed to his assistance and in a vy wrench to fall on his head, cutting nn short time hnd him comfortably housed were here yenterdiiy. house not far distant, A. Amon, of this Ht'ctinn, returned ugly gash in hia forehead. Ono of his in the J. Having recently purchased of Mr. J. 1 Holdain his stock of GENAll pcMoniviiMnc tKfiMi art itnited tn come to from a I'liilmlelpliia tuedieal fcliool t litH eyes was also alightly injured. where restornti ves were used, but to no . . Cik aSirincIpr April vjth 'I hero will be week a full Hedged graduate. for in n few minutes life wns ex- fmind new iHiilfplent) nf fAhinc tackle nml the ERAL MERCHANDISE, to which we have since made large addiTiik Pooit Ilorsi: -- Judge Wallace 12. ellect, minnows .it Mhh. Milton Rank,, who in very ill at tinct. The deceased wns the oldest son belt of fed on thurt til lime. Me.iU tumidied nnd tions in every department, which gives us a large and complete stock horen nodre ulien ilemreil Varnon made his monthly visit to that t J.K.COOK. her son, W. li. ltaney'M, wan come butter place Tiiefcday. Ho tells us that the of the Into Mr. S. F. Cowan and n brothconsisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Hardyetterdny, but nlu ran not recover X. Menefee, of thN place. '21 and as er of Mrs. J. number of paupers is now but ware and Queensware and Furniture, also a large and well assorted J. H. KohTKit, while putting one of liltt eight of them are applicants for pensions He was lit years old and unmarried and , ?75 tittulebaker waona together hnd the bed stock of Men's, Boys' and Youths' Clothing, all of which will be sold to fixe years ago was a line business with reasonable hope of surahs, he up on hla head, hurting him nevurely. wns extremely popuMr. Please honor us with a call and examine our From mv itible in S:ntt county, Tenn , April at Rock Bottom Prices. thinks the number will soon be corres- man. it Cowan Min Sik Co.rr, of Parkaville, one of lar mid can bo truly snid of him that 4. n bay horse with blnc face and while hind pondingly reduced. Tho average mini' stock and prices. villi a bridle nnil saddle the I. J'h. bed trie udx, ia vinitini; her Imt of paupers has heretofore ranged in ho had no enemy but himelf. There lift I'lKetbtrbulli, llnht compleiloned and'Ihelblcf wa hiay bad hit our terms are strictly cash or produce. nnd no left hand ff abmclhe ril. I will gltc $75 for man brother, W. T. K. Clelland, at Pontine, MieltOa. never was a the li'irsc and thief or f 1; for the horse s.n'1 $y tor III. responded to the call of tho distress- the nun I tracked the man and hor- - a far at Very Respectfully, one I J. IFrKKRS Tin: Old Kentucky Itoute will run a ed with more liberality than he. His Crab Orchard, Kj Mn. Uou.uk llitmvN retiirntHl to New Jeff crs, Tenn. K Albany WedneMlay, but liln bride will special train for the benellt of the Mis- remains were brought hero yusterdny t remain with her mother a week or two sionary Society of the Main Ktreet Clnis-tia- evening for interment and after serviu-sn- t Crab Orchard, Ky. J. F. Cummins, Salesman. longer. church, Lexiuetou. to Old Point the grave by Itev. Hen Holm, were Dii. 12. It. Hi.dimuju, Comfort, Julv 21, for i'. the round trip; laid to rest in Btiindo Cemetery. of Auchnrnue, thr annual meeting of the (torkholdert of the r cocretary of the Kentucky KvniipfliMir ticket good till August s, with Mii.i.ku. Anotherof Mnnford's most 'I urnerilU, McKinnev 8: Coffei't Mill Turnpike Kod Co. will be held at Ml. Salem firM Saturday Af.tociatiou, apent a few day with Mr. privileges returning. Write to 0- I. worthy and highly respected citizens has in May 1&11 at 9 a. m , for tbv purpose of elect l)ire tnr f r the en Itrown, (i. P. A., Ixiuuton, or any been called away and the place that lifts mr a president and lliard nf A II. 0. Parria Una week. J OlVr NS, I'rci 15 of the Old Kentucky for circulars known him so long will know him no tuiiigjear Mk. T. M. I.u.i Mm, one of Hoylo'a agent mont excellent la at the jKiint of containing full particulars. more forever. Col Thomas Woods MililiHUh, beliifjUrrlj nhvfHt oVIwk ler, after h short illness of piiPUinoniH, JimTai.1, the iinobtiusive and ' I.ocke.1 ixw-l- . for w hlch an lias the largest and breathed his life out quietly nnd withThe shareholder f the HaMtrint; Fork & Grctu coon, was ahot through tho hand had to lx mmle in hi Mile, ia the , s, out a struggle at 7 i. t. Wednesday. Kiscr 1 urnpike Ketd Co, wilt meet at ate s Ct .J l...ti 11.. 'llcv""" t wlnl" flshjitg in Hanging Kork. Mr. Tall at M Kiaiioy first Saturday in May. 1891 for MOST COMPLETE STOCK IrouUltt. For a number of years his health had, ttoietrptMnt a pridnt Mid Hoard of the win tlhing for dickers at a Into hour Ji.iu rTnMif.j Dlrtclort for cn.uiiie year Miiuh M.khiiu a.vi Lixha Qhm.ki, been KM)r and w hen attacked with the J. V. GIVUNS, fres OF 4X "., j mAtv? the (ormur idling nt Nhvill and thr TuiiMlav :ilght. when mjimo booundrel. the dread disease his constitution was M who ahouhl awing before another sun Ihtter itttudiiiK Miiol tlitrt, arrived not able to withstand its ravages. Born word of warna II uv yesterday morning to nttvinl their rttuil ats, shot him without a "in Madison comity Dec. IS, 1811, Col. . j&O ing. The entire county isnnnch wrought ever shown in Stanford at prices father'a funeral. . Mr. 'Iruum Miller Miller was therefore in his MHu year, up over tho iilUir and there may ho Tli annual meeting for the election nf a 1'c'l as low as the lowest. Owaley, who ih at at I.elwnon, though lie could eaily bave pawed for den And Hoard of Direct rs lor the Knob Li k bloodshed vet as a lestilt of it. Turnpike Co will be held at the Flint Nation il Tun ii , arrived yesterday evening. a man of 00. He was the sou of Daniel lUiik in ".tanfird first Saturday in May 1891, and in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s Thk impromptu hop of Tuesday even- Miller and Susannah Woods, who came loi kholdert are hereby notifiedFOWI.KH, Prcs. CITY AND VICINITY. 1$ who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to ing proved a wry pleasant ailair, altho' from Albemarle county, Va., to Mndison send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old Fou Hailing tacKio go to W, 11. Mcjtob- - the attendance was rather small. The county, this State, about 100 years nuo. Some 60 years afterwards Col. Miller dear girla were not in full dress, but gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is soliclilts'. wore spring costumes and looked the led to tho altar Miss Jano I locker, ft I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. The annual merlme of the stockholders nf the ited and I'll us onion sets just resolved. It. V. prettier by it. Iater in the eveningsov-er- l daughter of Nicholas Ilocker, Usq., who Minlord & Halls t.ap Turnpike Road Co. for the Hout. . figures of the German were danc- belonged to the numerous family of election nf a President and lloard of Dnectors for the ensuing ear will be hi Id at Vandccr' ttorc ed, which Mis Helen Sanllev and Mr. Lincoln county I lockers, nnd who was in btnnford tint Saturday in May 1891 at 3 o'clock, I'ou ItK.vr. Two gardens, Apply at p H. LYNN I'res. J. T. ('arson led. Tho music was fur- raised on a farm near where the house this olllce. nished by Prof. I.otte and was unusual- of the Into John O. Neal now stands. To Kuiisii arrival of suim! swoot Hitatoi"i nt ly gooif. There u talk of a German them were lorn only ono child, Mnliu-dit. K.A W. II. Wear.'ii'H. who ut au early age became the wife club being organised in the near future, Garden Seeds of All Kinds, also Gardin Rakes and Hoes at The stockholder of lluttonvillc a good deal of of Hon. John Sam Owsley, and her turnpike, Co wll hold the Stanford Aelection for a their annual Tint Iiuiaville store will pay the high- and if surh is the plcaaurc is promixud the lovers yi that death a few years ago wns the severest President and lloard ofatDirectors at the " est market pricea for oggv p ro first Satuday in at Turncrsullc blow of his life. The writer remembers May, i8v- dance. S J. F CASH, I'res A cents Hiist indigo blue prints only distinctly how, when questioning him Tint water works are getting in shape per yard, at Cash Ilargaiu fc'tore. Joe about her he broke completely down now for an early coniinenceinuiit of work. " S. J onus. soblwd like a child, lirge tears The stockholders met here Wednesday and trickling down his cheeks the while, for The Mix.kholdersof the Rush llranch Turnpike Skk A. T. Nuiinelley'a binders before nnd elected Dr. J. F. Peyton, J. S. meet 1st nattinUy In Big line of Glassware just received and cheaper than anywhere. you buy as he is representing Tho Win. Hughes, J. W. Alcorn, G. W.Sturtevxnt, he loved her most devotedly. Tho scene are notified tto noHriiat01lluhblc the lor trie ensuing .May 10 cle a Directors was pitiful and pathetic indeed. C. GIVEN, I're vsar is Peering Co., the best made. Jr , ami Masterson Peyton directors, Col. Miller is tho lastof eight children, who elected Mr Hughes president and I wii.i, continue to make cabinet phoon the sands Dr. IV ton secretary and tnasttrer. Mr. ad of whom left "footprints Of time" that will not soon bo etlaced. tographs at i- - perdo.ou for the remainAlcorn will attend to tho legal affairs of der of this month. A.J. Karp, Stanford. During tho early p.irt of tho war Col. The stockholders of the Hustonsille X. Coffey's the company nnd one or the other of tho thing; "Spring is here, and it's a hnmmer of a rosey-poseMiller moved to this county nnd went Mill Turnpike Road Co will meet at Dr. Urowu's will supeiintend the conMn. J. II. Mili.kii couldn't stand the Sturtevants oflice in llustoiiville the first .Saturday in M:i) 91 it will be Summer, then of course it wont be Spring." Very soon into the mercantile business nt Walnut at o'clock p m , for the purpose of electing a pressure, so ho is a candidate for the leg- struction. Mr. Peyton, who hns been ol Directors for thn ensuing Flat; afterwards he moved to town nnd President and ear U. J. L.VU.N, l'res 15 islature. He is a good man and a demo- very active in getting up tho enterprise, with tho Into Ash-e- r says the engineers tell him there is no went into partnership crat from away back. Gardening time has come and you will find Owsley in a hardware store nnd wns doubt that water will be delivered in 11. depot agent nt the snie time. His next Ouino to tho high ptico of corn Mr. town by August 1. partnership was with Samuel Messick, OfGlflOw. In a candidate for Clerk ol the Court W. II. Traylor will close down his Appeals, sunjtct to tne action on he iiemocracy Wiin.s'Johu He.uley went home to thenwith Jos. Severance in the dry April ItOth, by which time ho will hayo 2,000 barrels of whisky in dinner Wednesday hia wife Md him goods business and lastly with Bruce, that he had given her nothing to cook, Warren A Co. in a general store. Though bo r.l. C. and conwcjuently sho could cook noth- ho experienced financul reverses severFoil Hknt. A couple of houses in ing. Then ho got mad and began to al times ho amassed a good estate and Is a Candidate for Auditor of the Suite ol subiect to the will of the Democratic party. Rowland, with four rooms each, proper- beat the woman and kept on beating retired from active business several A large and select stock of N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, Whiteand Red ty of M. Peyton. Good yards and plen- her, till sho was compelled to call for years ago. Onion Sets, Beans, Peas, &c, in bulk and an endless variety "of ty of water and conveniently located. belli. Sho wns badly used up, as her A gentleman every inch and a born W. A. Tribble. Landreth's, FcrrX's and Crossman's Garden Seeds in papers and face and head showed, and when Mar Chesterileld, Col. Miller was noted for 2 Houses and Lots in McKinney, For als)ut and near for his pleasant manners nnd Doth, desirable homes addreu. information and packages. Also Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, &c. terms, Tiikiik is much talk of getting up a fair shai New laud ariived sho was MRS SUSIK b. ADAMS, take her long to polite address. Ho was always the same here this year. Woody Green is work- played out. It didn't i6l Weit Main Street, modest man nnd his Lexington, Ky. ing hard for it and others are taking revive and she followed tho man to tho moral, judge and would have brained him with place among us will he remembered and much interest in it. Tho West Knd will a rock, if ho hadn't (lodged opportunely. his death regretted as long as tho presHOUSE, have no fair this year, ho says, and Judge Carson lined Keazley 2() and he ent generation lasts. will Garrard. F. B. RILEY, Propriotor, is now doing time on tho streets. Col. Miller never madoa profession of London, Kentucky. Having Removed My Stock Kkmaiikahlk. Miss Kmilv H. Alexanreligion, hut ho was a constant churchI have to Siiootini Afkiiav. Henry HiggiiiH goer nnd a moral man in every respect. prepared movedevermy new Hotel and am better f der, wliilo hunting for clovers, to accommodate the public. thiu came in at sunrise Wedncsdny morning eight found ten four During his illness he told Mr. Severance Good Livery attached and every consenience desired. Gisemeucall. himself to Jailer OwIf the oiler made last and surrendered FRANK RILF.V. nnd three ;; tho Lord hnd been very good to him ens, saying that he had shot Jim ltuiley, that summer with referenco to our assistant his last days the hnppiest of a Investigation proved that ami made M. BRUCE, hnd not been withdrawn, Miss Kmily nnothernegro. lifeHo expressed himself anxBack to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can Ihiiley hnd tried to bo a little too famil long would linvo to take him. for tho end and several times asked iar with Higgins' wife and when the lat- ious sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. All kinds of produce taken LIE?, SALS AHD would bo over and ho could H. li. K. An order of HrnMiorlmnil nf ter remonstrntcd with him for it, Bailey when all tn exchange. STANFOKD.KV. bo at rest. It has nt last come. May it Vjcomotivo Kninuers will ho orjinnizod began shooting at him. Higgins then t life. be all tho sweeter for a twt onma 1Q if drew his pistol nnd fired, the ball enter1ioFii XfntlftllV v SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL frillr "III yJ HUMMI vi IE1. IILIU IW J To the wife who has so long been a travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. 'JO charter incinhers nnd a good many of ing the left side nnd making a painful horiesnnd vehicles used in livery companion and helpmeet, the loss Only tho big oflicers of that order will bo hero but not necessarily fatal wound. None loving falls with terriblo severity and wo exto assist in tho orgnnizntion. The Odd of tho shots struck Higgins, although sympathy. She has n heart-fel- t OR Fellows Hnll has been rented and tho Bailey was very close to him. llailoy is tend been a Christian for ninny long years n bad negro in general and has estabmeetings will be hold there. iLATK ALEXANDER'S HOTEL,) useless now to point her to Him lished quite an unsavory reputation by and it is nil consolation comes. May Tho Very Desirable Residence for the WalJok Skvkhanck, Jit., agent his frequent attempts to break up the from whom AND feel And on Danville street. The house is ter A. Wood machines, is determined to happiness of the colored families in his she nnd her loving in good repair and contains 5 rooms. The yard is does all things well nnd large and beautiful auJ altogether Bell more of them in this section this neighborhood. $2.50 Tho trial is BPt for Sat- that the Savior year than ever before, and has thereforo urday, when it is likely that Higgins thank Him for sparing them their loved Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-HousTho Placo is onolof the Moat one so long. called ia tho assistance of our advertis will bo discharged. LOUISVILLE, KY. Town. lOo'clock funeral serThiB morning at ing columns. Joe is a hustler and if he i Will sell or rent on easy frmj. W. II. LOGAN, Manager. '" ' Bcazloy Bros, bought of T. B. Walk- - vices will be conducted by Rev. Ben doesn't get there In great shape we are Mlbs MAKV K. VARNON, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. Stanlord, Ky. Helm at the Presbyterian church and mistaken. Seo hia ad. on the 8th page, er, of Garrard, a pair of mules for $310. rent, with unnlen. Nettle Caldwell, Stanford. ItooMB for Mr. DEATHS' DOINGS. Tiik Jullico iniiuTH linvo tlecitleil strike Mny 1st fur better weights. 1 Hit-he- then all Hint is mortal of n good nnd upright man will be laid nway in Buffalo Cemetery. Wo regret that wo were unable to procure a cut of Col. Miller in time for this issue. -- FOR THE 1HGGEST- - B) JOL I&& jc& XJStSto -- uua.MnnaKor WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY -- Ni;s-.Ni:i.Lit- I SILVERWARE Kicli-uion- d W. B. McROBERTS'. CQr-SPECI- toll-gat- e TO FISIIKRMEN. HEW STORE, HEW GOODS, NEW PRIGES. toll-gat- e Horse Stolen Reward Je-fU- ll 1 better-hearte- d S u Turnpike Election. W. E. PERKINS, stop-ove- - The Old Reliable Jeweler n in the Lead. yy! 1 .i y. Turnpike Election. law-abidi- oii ' ",CM32 . .RML HA. K R. Penny Turnpike Election. I mU1S) 'im ,r 'M S4S83SV Arks -- Waielies and Jewelry CLIl-'IO- Turnpike Election. 1 a, Turnpike Election. 1 N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes,. Jchool-linui- e o- - Turnpike Election. FARRIS & H ARDI N'S, y Turnpike Election. JAS. MARTIN, dis-tillei- y m I RICHARD WARREN Ken-uck- At A. A. WARREN'S "JIOIFX GROCERY" y, FOB SAI.3S. high-tone- ofi-- nei-the- ir THE RILEY REMOVED. tions, Etc.. 13. four-lea- Groceries, Boots. Shoes. Queensware, no- - I. m STM wtll-spen- a Kf ROUT. tirst-cla- ss FOR SALE RENT. THE WIILILA MB, Rates grand-childre- n THOROUGHLY RENOVATED Per Day. IMPROVED. e, - H nA. t. s.. sjfrty t tVWl j. iii!L. hsf .1 : 1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal , - OLIVE OIL LAMPS Tnd ArtUtlo mid Quite H Ortsiln Clumt. The lamp shown in the engraving was recently purchased in the Mercnto Vecchio at Florence. These lamps aro not only in Tuscany, but in m ii n y of tho other provinces of Italy, and form an article of commerce not only for actual use, b u t, being I so nrtistic, largo n u m b ers aro sold annually to European travelers as souvenirs. They are inexpenquite sive, considering the n mount of material and tho work upon them, the larger ones costingonlySl.35 ctmplote, while small ones may be purchased for 75 cents. They show an amount of hand itoric olive oil L.uir. which is seldom seen in American goods of tho same class. Thee lamps nro made in several different designs and with one. two, three, or even four beaks. The lamp illustrated Is 23 inches high and is made throughout of cast brass, with the exception of tho extra oil carrier, which is of copper. Every lamp Is provided with a pair of snuffers, an extinguisher, and an instrument for picking the wick. These three articles are suspended from tho lamp with brass chains having brazed links. Tho lamp font Is tinned on tho Inside to prevent corrosion, and is ar ranged to slide up or down tho rem. The wicks, which arc of wool, pass through small brass tubes Inserted loosely In the beaks. The supply of oil contained in the font boing'limited, tho small oil reservoir holding a charge of oil Is suspended from the lamp. The olivo oil, which is very cheap, costing only S to 10 soldi (S to 10 cents) the liter, Is manufactured from small olives or those unfit for eating. These lamps give a soft, pleasant light. Scientific American. SACHET FOR GLOVESA - nmywx Stankoiid, Ivy They Aro Apii. Among 24 1S01 W. 1J. WALTON, nnutiiie; Ducks In d Miixachuaetta. day in tho vicinity of Boston. Of course thcro is nothing to shoot at this season, but hundreds of men and boys carry guns nbout, and fire at mark3 and frighten one another, and now and then draw a futilo far away bead on a crow. Tliis reminds tho Listener of n story which a gunning friend of his related the other day. Last fall, in the duck shooting season, this gentleman and another went down on the shore after ducks. They constructed a pair of "blinds" and got into them, waiting vainly a longtime for the ducks. But no ducks came within gunshot; and as there were great flocks of crows near by on the shore they decided to have a little consolatory fun in bhooting a lot of these birds. They got out, and, leaving their guns and taking some com which they had brought, strewed a long trail of the grain from the place where tho crows were clear to tho blinds. Of course they could get very near to the crows as long as they had not their guns. Then they crawled back into the blinds and prepared for a massacre. Very soon the crows jiounced in a flock upon the corn trail nnd began working up toward tho blinds as they ate it. All at once one of the hunters thought ho heard a queer sound on tho outside of the blind. Looking up he saw a very large and apparently very old crow perched right theie on the outsido of the structure, within three feet of his head. Tho bird had his head cocked on one tide, and was eyeing the hunter with great deliberation. Then ho turned his head and scrutinized him a while with the other eye. The crow was much too near to shoot. Then the old bird suddenly Bailed up into tho air and gave a caw of loud and peculiar sound. In five seconds there was not so much as ono crow visible along tho whole shore! Tho hunters got up out of their blinds, looked at each other sheepishly, packed up their traps and went homo. Boston Fast day is tho great spring gunning to- Transcript. A sluiil I.lfe of Ninety Yeiiri, In tho suburbs of Providence there h.is died a widely known lthodo Island old timer, John Turner Ingraham. He had kept a country grocery for sixty-siyears continuously at ono stand, and told Now England rum and "We3t Iigy goods" before most of tho men now living were born. Ho had reached tho ago of ninety, and but for an accidental cold might have lived many years longer, as only a few days beforo ho died ho shouldered a two bushel bag of grain and put it into a customer's wagon, with a significant wink at several young men who were lounging at the door of his grocery. Some of the rules of health followed fliroughlife by Mr. Ingraham are worth reflecting upon. IIo did not balievo in the loose custom of tho young men of today of changing his boarding place often, for he boarded in ono family continuously for sixty years, and slept in one room throughout tho whole time. Ho was a stranger to arsenic poison, for he discarded wall paper ns a foolish luxury. He always slept in a cold room and opened tho window liberally beforo retiring, without regard to tho tempera- GARNITURE To Jo In FOR LAMPS. ISn jut x the Swim It Mutt at Iouit Onco u Year. To be distinctly fashionable you must change the garniture of your lamp at least once a year; for these pretty fluffy things follow the mode as. much as milady and adopt, in a way, the fashion of the day as far as a Wmp shade can. This year, for instance, the high ruches and stiff collars are aLso reproduced on the shades, while the plain skirts and ruched out flounces arc uLso copied. Tho shirrings and fine plnitings, so much in vogue a year ago, aro quito Changed S?;3 eyos. Up to tho timo of his death ho could read fine print without glasses. In fact, a pair of glasses never Kit on his nose. Uo never wore a pieco of underclothing of any kind in all his life, nor anything around his neck, nor did ho over wear tm overcoat. Last, but not least, ho never had on a pair of socks in his life. Mr. Ingraham was no miser, but a generous, genial and kindly man. He gathered up a fortune of over $100,000, enjoyed life and died serenely happy, never having called for tho services of n physician in all his life. Boston Globe. ture. lie was truo to the modest candle of his forefathers, believing that gas, electric light and other artificial schemes of illumination were destructive to tho out. Here is a sketch of the last favorite, and a pretty thing it is, made out of pink silk and an abundance of soft laco about two inches in depth. The nickel plated wire frames are umbrella shaped, and a clever woman can easily learn to cover them herself. "I change my shade rather often just for tho sake of variety," said the owner of a charmingroom, the other day, "and I alwnj's feel as if I were dressing a doll; the children call it 'Lady Hetty' and I assure you it is quito a character." N. Y. Tribune. DAINTY FRAY Ono Kupcclally Dwlgnril Tor Invalid' CliHinher. CLOTH. Ue in ku Tray cloths are so popular and so numerous that it is not necessary to speak a good word for them or call attention rrfTJ t m. .7rll AZZ , TT- -: if u , A Hold Il.it. Tho salesmen of Weber's clothing etoro own two whito English ferrets, and they -have great sport chasing and killing rats yA'AV" fee gig with them. Very often roveral rodents 3 rAcce'-aTt-"", are caught in a trap nnd let loose in a largo dry goods box. Ono of the ferrete A DAINTY TRAY CLOTH. is then placed in tho box, and in less time than it can bo told tho rats aro laid to their beauty or utility. Tho ono out cold. Monday a monstrous rat was snared herewith illustrated is much like many in tho trap, and, as usual, placed in tho of them made of twilled linen, fino box to bo slaughtered by tho ferret lb nnd soft, yet heavy enough to stay in d was a Mirage looking specimen of tho place well, is fringed und has a border of drawn work. Hut vermin and exhibited no fear, but backed in tho upper corner tho first into ono comer and looked sullenly lino of: about. Tho young ferret was dropped "Just a tiny bst, in first, tho boys supposing, of course, Thcro la no more." tho rat would bo dispatched without ceremony. But in this they were badly is embroidered in outline stitch, and In fooled, as tho ferret, on catching sight of tho lower right hand corner tho retho rat, sneaked into tho farthest corner mainder is placed; tho sketch shows and huddled down shivering with fear. how the words aro arranged and ornaTho rat, after taking a brief survey, mented by rustic branches. glided swiftly over to tho ferret's corThis eloth was designed especially ner, and. snapping savagely at the fer- for an Invalid, and was measured to fit ret, retired to its corner. The ferret her own tray, which was large enough squealed in terror and made repeated to hold all required for a meal In tho Thoo who have "been thcro" efforts to jump out of tho box. Tho rat grow bolder and continued its attacks, can judge of her pleased surprise when which resulted in utterly routine tho sho first saw tho inscription In cheerferret and starting on a lively chase ful red letters among tho brown around tho box. Realizing that tho , branches peeping up nt her from young ferret was "not in it," tho boys either bido of a dainty bit of game and dropped tho old follow iu, and imagine ; toast. It was not used at nil times; their amazement when he, too, sneaked only when failing appetite called for a off in a corner, scared of his life, Tho Lit of delicate cookery was this brought forth to add zest to tho meal; therefore, rat, on sizing up tho and went for both animals, it never failed to please. A spray of bustled up s instead of branches tooth and nail, and there is no telling would have been if tho would bo dainty and suggestive; if what the result worked in blue, with wash stitching boys had not taken the reputed rat silk, tan ter- 6teras,olive would be pretty for the killers out and placed a rut and Amerscant foliage, rier in the box, which soon did the work. ican Agriculturist. and letters. Toledo Bee, r:j..2JrS L'--- !j? v ,iEBwwrvw5aRi'nT7rass cross-cornere- left-han- d I 6lck-roo- Pretty Trlllo with Which fltrU Cnn o.' a Tho IjiU'tt society l'i I nnd Hint to V.x- - A Wonderful Surprints Tlit'lr Mtitlit-rn- . Dainty Uft Hook. oi'tito ItK IIi'IhIU. It will be a good plan for the girl who For several reasons a handsome or U recent fad of tho day to collect i means to learn to embroider to mnlto n ' It teaspoon, spoons spoons, ornamental book cover is very desirable sachet for mamma's gloves, Tho ono for one's1 favorite peiiodlenl, a much-usewhich will be described is so simple and tablcuxtons, or any kind of spoons, bound IkmjIc, or as an addiso easy to mako that any little woman without having any two alike, from tion to the value of n dainty gift book. many different cities or councan succeed who will do just ns she is as tries as good fortune has enabled An extra cover, In lieu of the familiar told. you to visit. If any quaint or curious brown paper one, will preserve tho First, purchase of a yard of pale blue ribbon four Inches ' wide, nnd fringe each end to tho depth v m J7 4 . of ono inch. Above tho fringe draw tho Vi, M -outline of a bunch of daisies like tho ono . v in tho Illustration Indow. If any 1111- j V ."il bitlousirirl caunot draw, she must get a piece of tracing paper, and transfer tho .. S j r. I1n design, or sho can take the ribbon to some shop where embroidery materials ' faSv are kept, and have it stamped. .1 The stems must bo worked in dark ' with tho stitch shown green in the first Illustration. Tho first row of stitches must run up the stem along the line which marks the right edge; then another row of stitches must bo worked so close to tho first thnt they touch; then row after row until the lino pattern, characteristic of tho place In which it is bought, can be found, so on the left of the stem is reached. much tho better; for instance, in the Then the leaf must be done with some LACKl) HOOK COVl It. no. of the same green silk. It will be best l'ennsNlvanin oil regions teaspoons may timo for both lo found with an oil derrick for their handsome binding of a line volume of to use two strands at a stem and leaf. First make a row of decoration. In the city of Washington poems, or the Itorrowod volume ono stem stitches along the line thnt marks spoons may bo found ilh the cut of tho does not wish to mar in any way; and the central vein; then begin at tho base capitol in the bowl or on the handle. if it is not looked upon as a deslrablo and work ono side of the leaf with Single spoons also make a very pretty thing to advertise one's litorary tastes, stitches which run from the base of Christinas, u birthday or Kaster present, a neat ornamental cover to one's novel the petal to the point. The stitches if sent to friend residing in another or preferred magn.lnu is a great conmust be close together, so that the silk eitv from which you live. The prettiest venience. cannot be seen between themrfnd you w3' for marking i is to have the name of uix,n,in 111 inu Tho dainty fancy worker can also immUstlK3 VOrV llu '.. v"jjin.-ibowl of the spoon, so when taken in tho part some of her own individuality to careful to keep the volume of her choice which she to the outline, right hand the name is distinctly seen; to present to somo favored friend, this often furnishes a topic for a lanso that all the guishing eonversutinn. and prevents by making for it a handsomely decolittle points of rated voter of veh et, pliiidt, silk, siitln the leaf will bo dullness. The year should bo marked or line broadcloth, upon which she will on tho handle of the spoon perhaps on perfect. W h e n work some "border fantasy nf branch tho first side of the under side. This custom of col- and flower" and any other pretty device lecting spoons is milking inroads upon the leaf is comof initials, or a motto, or eriiaps paint plete, work the another f.ishiiinblo fad, the collecting Mime flowers in water colors, "pansles of friendship rings or bracelets, for this i li second, b e g for thoughts," etc. ning at tho base later one is really so wry serviceable a The first of the illustrations slums s reminder of travels nnd places of interof the vein, as est, and one can have spoons and spoons handsome book cover suitable either vou did with thu daimks. Hr!)t sldo To and still find use for more spoons. embroider the daisies, first work tho Spoon collections, though quite y a new petals, one at a time, as the illustration idea, already contain some of the single petal shows. I'se cream-whit- e curiosities. At a ten given In Now with a few stitches of York this winter, tho Russian tea tumgray at the base of each petal to shade bler, with silver frames, were supplied them. Tho linos in tho design show with Uuitoiiui teaspoons from Moscow, and SU Petersburg, and from far where tho shading is to bo put.' The calyx of the daisy, that hangs Siln'rian cities, both modern and in design, and yet over on iu stem. Is to bo worked In barbaric in their splendor. No two green like the stem, ami the stitches same aro to run in the direction indicated by Iwere of theeriod, pHttem, or of quite lie same ami many hail a wealth the lines in the design. of curious detail work In their de- rill. . I.ACETI DOOR CUVEK WITH ttOOK. For the center of the full dHiy yellow sign. for a periodical or nay IkmimI Inrnk, acembroidery silk must be used. Tlio An excellent eaias for keeping odd licet suited to represent tho pol- spoons is iiiimIo of a pieoa of chtunolrt cording tointhe sle it It made in, which, stitch of cotirM. governed by that of the IhxiIc len is tho French knot stitch. for which it is intended. Procure tho patTo make the knot, thrend your noodle tern first by lNyiny the hook open In the with one strand of embroidery silk, mkidU) flatly upon a sheet of sufficient knot the end, and pass tho needle siae and cnt out, allowing hslf an inch through from the under side at tho cenon all sides. A piece of twice ter of the circle. Hold tho thread In tho double width of tho book and nn tho left hand ubout three Inches from skin, three inches wider than the length inch longer, will be required for tho tho ribbon, then wind it twice around of the spoon, on eaoh side of tho spoon. cover, nnd a pieco of similar sUe for tho the needle, nnd hold the thrend lightly Tack a strap of tho chamois about an lining. If the cover is for a jwriodlcul, with the left hand. Slip the needle inch deep down through the center at in, k iMunphlet-lwunltook, au Indown the silk until you can pass tho intervals of an inch; under thin strip that terlining of stiff canvnx will lie desiraslip the handle of tho spoon, turn over ble. After the decoration of the cover the II. ip at each side and then roll up embroidery, tainting or applique and tie with a narrow ribbon. It looks completed, make it up as follows: very neat to label with ink or gild with of Fold in thewbjes about the brush, the name of the city to cor- an inch nil around and the respond with tho spoon that lies under lining and outside together. Then fold the strap. This is just ns serviceable the outer ciiU to tho middle. With u made out of Canton flannel, answering punch stamp hole Ht equal distance all purjioses just as well, but moU aWut Mil Inch apart all around tho housekeepers' fingers linger lovingly edge, and laco together all around, over a piece of chamois when thinking oroMiltig like ron nix)vr.s. us shown iu sachkt of their silver. A case for knives made the illustration, beginning at the top of point through the riblion close to tvlioro in the following manner, either of the strand of silk is fustenwl. Let go chamois or Cnn ton llannel, allottls a the silk with the left hand, and pull tho careful, tidy way of caring for tavm: needle and silk through us fur and as For a dozen knives ono will need a tight as you can. A tiny knot will bo jr" formed in tho center of the duisy. Continue to mi'ke these knots until all tho circle Is filled, and tho effect will bo quite like that of the real pollcu. It will require some practice to make FIO. 3. CELLULOID perfect knots, but if yon will carefully strip twenty inches in length and two follow tho direction you will surely suc- inches wider than tho knives aro long. the center and ending nt tho bottom on ceed in tho end. Take a similar strip ono inch less In each side, which will take four lengths When the dairdes on both ends of tho width; sew tho ends of thu strip to- of ribbon or cord. Finish each end ribbon nro worked, they must bo gently gether, and then stitch at intervals with a small silk tassel. Tho fold of pressed with a warm iron, and then along to form pockets of tho proper tho cover is turned in to an angle at tho the making of tho sachet Itself. To slzo to hold tho knife. A similar ono outstde edges, to allow more space for do this yon must tie the ribbon in as may be made for forks and scions, tak- slipping the covers of tho lxxik Inside. as you know how, ing care to allow a little more room in If necessary, onu lower edge can be unhandsome a bow-knfor tho loops of tho bow aro to hold tho tho pockets for tho dlfferenc iu tho laced :i littln way to allow the cover of d cotton. Fill each loop shape of the article. Annio Wado the lxxik to slide in without "breaking in Good Housekeeping. with layers of white wadding well its back," if it is in board covers. lllu.s--t sprinkled with violet powder, and overThe smallest of the SCOTCH SANDWICHES. rated is made of two sheets of celluhand the edges together in tho neatest loid, lvoriue, thin lioard or handsome possible manner. When all the work is A IlellcloUH lor l.uiuhniii anil heavy cardboard. done you will have made a really artisAfter drawing or Turtle. tic piece of embroidery, and a sachet us These aro a delicious little relish and painting the initial, monogram or other pretty as tho ono in the illustration can be made from the vei lest trifle of preferred ornament on one sheet, cut above. Harper's Young People. cold fowl. Cut small two parts of cold four slits iu tho corresponding four corchicken and one of tongue or ham. To ners of each sheet, and slip two ribbont WALL DECORATION. a quarter of a pound of this mixturo through, as shown in the illustration. Fang add three tablespoonfuls of somo good These covers can bo cut in nny size, to of .hipiuicsn MhiI A "Catch-All- " meat gravy and a little curry paste or lit any liound book, and are more strictmill ISiiniljon stlcK. was not thickened ly speaking for ornament than tho othA clever invention for a bedroom wall powder. If the sauce of add a teaspooiiful of Hour wet with ers.- Farm and Home. decoration is a "catch all," made It conJapanese fans and bamboo fctlcks. For cold water or stock to give minutes Nature of lthcuiuttla (lout. of tho fan aro sistency. Simmer for a few tho front piece tho sticks Uhcumutic gout is an iucurablo disslices or disconnected and Inserted in tho pieco nnd stand back while you cut un Inch ease. It Is n disease in which a sort of bamboo. The intervals be- btalo broad tilwut a quarter a of of split round cut-- I ulceration of tho cartilages of tho joints tween the sticks are filled with a broad thick, stamping thorn with dollar. Fry takes place. The change being organic, silver tho sl.e of tcr for it. Hut when them by Inunerblon In boiling fat, life nothing can bo done to lowered ncrvo out with a colander dipper and drain this diseaseI is duoIt is chielly a nervquickly on paper, hpreud each of theso tone and think can bo with the m..it mixture rather thickly. ous disease and tho nerve-tonpiling on? on top pf tho other. Allow improved and tho system raised from its three or four for ouch person. They low state of vitality by proper nutriso make a iih-- separate course or a side tion, the disease can be nnv-teI O dish. Sometimes theso circles of broad that it shall make no further progress. urc cut slightly larger and two aro This class of patlonta aro often rushed placed together, with tho meat be- off to taking hot baths at various ball of mixed buttween, and 1 t ip a ter nnd giatod cheese about tho size ot springs. This is bymistake, for they aro reducing treatment. a hickory nut. They uro then set in tho never improved Dr. J. II. Ivcllogg. oven for Hie minutes to allow tho butter and cheese to molt through ' SPOON COLLECTIONS 11 PRETTY BOOK COVERS. Addition to the Valuo tee-crea- d three-quarter- s ' ss333sasv j 1- M 1 ; i.vi,n " C4 . r" 4 J-- s xr z ( 'XU ' j filo-flos- s, : r & -- ifikF O naw-atsf- c m AmAi WV,A WMi $f nW z r?aiSSg 9 '.- - v : pf HI jk9 , Notice of Election. Ihr ickh l,rrranf ihcMaiitVriliint MuleI I will clii I PlMCt vlll litrillilke UC,,r mi U I h ii, h ,it y a-- if. lirt v.i.ilii ' K'l U l M a n Mix do-sir- es 14 Ktl IKH K I'r le . Lf w lllo-iloa- s, SCT "PTT BTT'i SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, Tlii: t .. VV I ol 1 !IOLI UL'tl DY KOI! WOUNDS, BUKNS, S0HES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, 6c. note-worth- PRICG 5wil n,r o t bos ami InhV. 50 CCNTG, f r frco tMnr.a mmiI iit.ini, TAR-OIDSO- AP hur-monioi- ih ABSOLUTELY PURE, FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, DATH, AND NURSERY PURPOSES. TA11-0ICO., Chicago, III D For . Stanford - V , n ii) M I gds, sT.'SKr U) asssfflir IJTi'?ss ?- - 1 C d PlNSI 1 one-eigh- th h bllud-Mitc- UdUHlVATJC, MaliBC St. shoe-string- s, dm! coimtitlottt in Omul put for Union d .1 l.nmt, brim", vyjtmm w ,st Chicago. MKh.faii It ill CUvclnnd. iKdianauolU mud tb Weil, New CmUp.I, Canada, l'iU, SIWi HOOK-COVK- l'lnliltl S,Itnlumote. Wohlncti'ii. Oi i t lime 10 llarr.KlohiirK, KranlfoM Kv hhotlr.l iiii Kuhtncml, MKI.1MA (.uickett line tn 11 New York, lSosloii, -. ! car, i,oUik can rd Solid 'I rmr, cot, hc, 1'ullinni Koixlntr Slcrpcr thiiuigli ilh. , lliiBilntfluni, Mtrli out t native t Un mMkin illicit inniit ilii'im on loiite lor Kiir villc, Ahtillc, LTPihSuri; and pmnti III th h.fi, .'httn oc-i- bo-gi- ns At Chs.ttun(i for Ailinta, Columbua. Witminz Ion, Chrlc,n. AukuU, Mai on, Savannah, UruniKicl, Lake City. 1 houu. wile ami ll.Oltf-I)- A ot sweet-scente- West-broo- k, jtcrorlacai(c Sclma Klori-iu- lint he only line ru.,nlni; oliJ traim mitli clioi t llomluir or I jlace Slwp.nt; I" Jack lonvlllt wuliout clianRe lor uy lUn of j,a-- n I I'lillmmi C' book-cove- rs .ll Ilouilon, Aii'lin, TEXAS, MEXICO AHD CALIFORNIA. The only through In c to JaiLmn and icliburci maLInK direct eonneciiotn Miss, , SlireveiH rt without omnilnn tralmler lor Pallas lorlWcrlh, Auttin ban Antonio, K.I nl Mnrignmery, lluriuvillf, Decatur, Memphis .lud AllKANSAS poinw Shoiti'nt ant iui VtU to Annitton, Sclmo, Mo lule Hiuct conne lion made at NKW OR. I.LANS witl.oul omnlbiu trannfer for (.Mveiton 1'aw and iotntiu TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CALIFOHHIA. oraddre. Kor throiiKli rates correct county map and lull inlormallon call on Acentat Jim, lion Citv, Kr HIANK M WOOl.l.KV. Ttnv I'ain Alm , l.evinston, K I). 11. KDWAKDS, C.C. h.KVltV Vice- - 1'rikiueat, O. I'. & T. A., Cinclonati, O CiilirV.ftiri.li.JIHi t 4i?,'j3,ZiiiTa 11 j j mta it"it fi&uVrN 'I'(irnwmi:,,!'i'-'pali tltt . tl '!- - w--- i o ' ) ' - i, V'. ..: fV -i IM'iS.lltl "t ! Hi", ANSfowXyV 11 11 I I''ii1tii-M- ' tiv.'l '( H. -n . ! lVlO I" I ,T. I ... . . f'll lt ' . rt .tlo ' . i ribbon, woven in and out of the sticks. A flat piece of covered pasteboard forms tho back, at the top of which two fans, half opened, mako the hnlf circle. Tho side pieces are also of fans nearly shut. N. Y. Tribune, forget-me-not- i fuU.'Dtr. It reported that the nuns in ono of 'TBf'itCt JS',V trap the Huropean hospital convents whoro i ..1TJ"U,. JlilVIU .f rlrt I,lt;,rilUMI. . iH.Kli'.') J.f.MITili,,-,Q.!.ST.IO'.'IS MO. t is at times r.pparout, when it is not largo quantities of clothing aro stored, easy to obt..in tho article. A young were greatly annoyed by tho depredahousekeeper in ono of our cities, how- tions of moths in a room full of feathers, ever, has accidentally discovered u sub- which were intended for stitute of which sho is fond of telling but which tho little pests were ruining. the story. It is nothing else than tho They were finally advised to try salt, HaJ.l.JW.iyor LOUT orTATLrSO KAfgooni IIClUifiiHQaaarU and WEBVOOi llIIlJfT ordinary Micky Hy paper, which sho which they sprinkled liberally around, places convcnhiiit to their haunt, and nn,nn a short timo found that the raotha VfMMmff.UUI.1. A1J..Vu.a ll.'iirili mooaakatMof Jlodf and Mind, Kffectt u riir uwurwt. u Himul bus has not only made several captures, but had appeared, it Is also rocom- - Bki, akWuk, ciBiriLemi oaan s m run o ienr. uwctkww away mo sur-- 1 mended for UM. m awcenlni carpets. ikMlalclr atallfac HO la a 4a. has evidently irigntencu MlMafrRMHVilMu4l'tnliCmMM. WrlUttM. vlvnn: ivlin ln licit, seem to understand especially in rooms that are little used. BMHUn lwl.lnilln i prft mtlUj 'mU tn TI IWIMkWii urixjOafbT j that sort of device at all. Simple Mcnno Trap. The need of u convenient monso A A Simple Motli Mcmetly. it ,, . is pillow-makin- g, OK MEN ONLY! TBCATMBIT-Btaa- aia KB J!i?ii ' .J- -i f. V.M i ,K, 'lul k THE " DEATH WATCH." daughter, nntl wo nro the richest t do not A Household Which Makes Uiic.inny land." Ool of tho ilceirt! Vc nr llioy do assort, and will NoUn. Tho lmrvestorH, who jtrizeil their Hut thin Ircclpo for nice brownmaintain. breatl Woslitin from I'ltililluMMl'itMillHt That my Who has not heard the "death sheaves as u rich and hlehxed gift from (Tno product of a proudly scheming head) Otirift.liiKjo)ijarulmt uirinuy: THE VUCAiV CIUI,u;d PLOW watch?" Many a person who has hap1 otor ate, Yu unit tlio hours from Mrth 1" tJwith. Hod, were ttniiti'ed at thin strange wltim ts Just tho nlco.it that might rre a fairy's pened to be awake in the stillness of of tlu-i- princes. .Still, no ono dared to And with baked beans Over mift lawns where "1). the night has listened to the tick, tick, say a word in ri'inonstrance. Only ono Tatto foto. quantities you must, of wheat, I'tider wiirm lriHn nlivra lovo wii lmra, equal Farmers, Attention. We call vourattentJnn tn tin. riim,.,i n,. feu your It mrlit ) shadow creep, very old man. with thin, gray locks, Cornmcal utid Graham Hour (no wondrous tick for half a dozen times or more in """fa ""succession as regular and as natural as vantages of "The Vulcan" over any Chilled Ami wait tu iniH't n there, forlorn. feat). venturing a step nearer, mild at last: Plow made: irst, the cup. im; ucumgoi a wateli. Many Havo re- Vulcan is made Twockbs, and melted butter, Afar mi am lout swiil ) rwt, of the original and genuine Chilled Met? "Yonr forgiveness, graciou. princess, Of pure, sweet milk, n pint. (Don't drink Hup, garded the sound Second. with superstitious 1 nrri-tlent t'muuht la slum-- . hut thero will bo no more rain today. ThouKh tempted sore.) Molasses? Yes, you'll awe and lie iron used m chilled parts is first quality Lake Superior Wrapt j i In tvrriint -dread, liccauso everything uiiblvt. Charcoal. Tho Monti has pawed. See, in the north-wineed Third, we give you a solid point, no scoopin Oil! (If SMniOOfT rff tr Dreadful, by mliilit of iwi wrought. about it is so mysterious. .. .. ... there, (Sod's bow of promiw, and A full half tup, and after that. Indeed. ' ' Tlio name, death watch, is derived nn...,ron' A teaspoon saloratun. and beside. Tut not iilonuim IVypt' Mioro ''ourtn, we give you a solid mould board, no thick edjies M: over our heads the nun chines fiom a Another tcaspisin salt. Then, for a gutdo. in this way, as a person sitting up with with scooped bach. Io'Im tlinunitt ilcmort: ovet y vt Fifth, the Vulcan mould board is rlear sky. Therefore, 1 think thero U In mere ronslstsnoy why let It bo Where KlmliHf. Ilwil mill IhiM no inoro. on the sick is more upt to hear such sounds, the back by ribs and will stand double the strain oi anv other chilled no need of a house of nheaveH." I.lko cake, so all who oat It will agree Tluro U u of tloapulr. and when they were heard at such with Justla clnjt. Tito prince' became nearlet with That I Us praises may In (Jooil Housekeeping. livery Plow guaranteed. For sale by ' times, it was considered an ill omen to mould boarci. tr.uiRo mrwHswr! Vour brown of Kl"otn 0. II. Thayer, anger. Site towed her head and Maid Intra of imrth: nit nt cri'iituro tho sick one. Some intrepid person Yu follow to tliednrkmu'l nxiin; mockingly: "You are indeed a wonderS3. dared to brave this messenger of death, HANDSOME DOILIES. Yo watch tin' nwful hour of birth. ful weather prophet. Your wisdom fillit and found, instead of the supposed spirit, Attrac-tlvruiYe show tho lovely wraIiIu rme. Hut waitl in the Dainty Trlllen Wlilcli Add to tlio me with adtniiatiou. aguileles.s, timid little insect. HowJ N. MINKFKB of the Dinner T.ltile. Whoso niill'iic crurc N Imii h nrtew. .solitude of a dungeon you hlmll soon unever, the name is still retained, and, To i)urtif Krii'f. 11 riff only knows To the housekeepers who havo timo no doubt, many t,till learn your prophesying. Think you I wonder what llotv tender U tliotttmmt'n lititk hhall rttand hcio to Iki drenched by rain and means to add other attractions to makes that peculiar sound and why it the snowy linen all is made. Ool of the ibvertl lljr your hftlul like a common peantut gitl? I am li-lv- their tables than ThrotiKh the Mil twiteraure no brouicUt tlm king's daughter, and wo are tlio may have, nothing can be more dainty Hie best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. The little beetle, called anobium, one Into ii hlch u in I iHtarcfitl IhihI und fresh than the new center pieces richest in the liunl." To UrluW of fountain nl niMitiht. species of which LXTOBGK, SA57I, -- An nt lleliUlii llurptir's. Then sjmke the timid (Vane: "Most and doilies, in which some flower comis represented in BOORS, gracious princess, though imprisonmunt poses tho entire doily, aud forms tho Fig. 1, nro our of the piece. and death await me, ( must HiKiik! Ono border design center is most o o m m o 11 SXIINGIJES, LINDS, PAPAVM AND CVAXM given The tho just must not thus trample under foot God's size of original, "death ticks." Verandah nnd Stairwork at city prices. and shows a white rose blowing. A floor of sheavon, walls and They aro only WOV3S3ST Tlttrt witt onco :i king's dauKhtej a loof of sli'siven wtvre Ptirelj never nbout of an inch in whoso name whh I'apnve! Thin inline before heard of. It is a fliu, a grievous We carry a full stock of everything found in a sin, thus to iimi the ripe grain. The length as can bo had been given her beatife every - GjCi-IShUilks are brittle, tho earn very dry , and seen by tho lino Mu wore a licauliful pilk driiw, n red a much iitttHt bo destroyed and trodden at the side of tho Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract s. fh Ii'iivch of tliy "(Inrti-niohnV oi in the earth by no. 1. beetle. How this tho men in building a C Hit- garden lK)j)py, which in Latin if for building. SINT, & MFXKFKF. Stanford, Ky. ticking sound is produced and what for hone." called "I'npuver." And an th half opou is very interesting. I can do no better cried Papave, lggars!" than quote one who saw tho operation. I'tuli of tins poppy are infolded by a "do you daro hwitato for a few jtaltry le says: "This little leotle produces tho gn-owiiinlikt mantle, hoiiImi thiskitiK't-daughter- grHitw of corn? For what purpose uro loud ticking sound by raising itself INipuve, wore about lterMhuul-i- l jour ntki'S and brooms? Hake togetlier - V, ,W.fi , upon its legs us high as it can, and then jt winglike mantle of fluent uilk again the straw and tils corn after 1 am striking the head and under part of tho . gone, and if that is not enough will morax against the substance upon JSut though ko richly clad anl beriuli- - give you a word of advice. (So to my which it is stxuding, generally five or NSkiw-- .y Jr to mn', I'apavo'n hwirt wan not good. father, the king, and make complaint. six times in rapid succession; and it v., , ji-Vt- i wiwvery proud, bocHnseKh win tlio Doubt lew he will ikiv you. We are tho chooses a substance which prolaugnier oi a Kiugitini iiutfii. "Wenru rirhivt In tl.e ImikI! And u iw. not a most sound. It is evidently n the richest in the Intid," she would say, ' word more. To work! at once! I corn- - dolly, embroidered in white sillc on duces the from one individal to call note another, white damask. I, .....I. ill.. 1..- .:... ii. in.".1 fm I f I.iiuive' ll livftll, ..il. 11.1 ll.li.llii IIJ ""I"... . tlllll J""! The edge of outer leaves is cut out and as you very rarely hearouerap without With anxious lookn and many a shako raven black trtie and W&isiSS.WHfikEfa (ttfiYXXNXV vVvi N TrfJflJtf stitch; then tho its being immediately answered by anAiiLii nirA Often jKir children came and giutsl of the head, with reprosMil murmurs worked in button-holoutlines of center leaves are dono in other. and with silent prayers that (Sod would wistfully through the golden lattice, Ueing so small and of a wood color and and for forgive the wterilege, the oor rcniicrs t lie castle garden, at little I'ajmve as shown in illustration. they are quite difficult to find; nnd then as she wnlkwl there ith a maid ot built the house. with they are as still and sly as a mouse, if "Cnntorla Is so well adapted to children that CaAtorla cures Colic, Constipation, Tho llisjr of sheaves, tho roof of Tho veins are done in honor. Hilt her hwirt was not moved to tho slightest movement is made near ftour Stomach, Dlurrhrct. hructatlon. delicate pink silk. 1 rcconimpml Itaa superior to any prescription jtity by their faci and hollow eyes, sheaviw and the walls of sheaves. Many The flowers, for lairderof ccnter-piecKills Wormd, glcd Bkvji, tiud promotes dithem. They aro injurious in that they known to mo." It. A. Aiicukr, M. I)., rection. full ours were trodden under foot. Oh, xnd never ono did she offer them one of bore in wood, and in this way someWithout injurious medication. used the same size as tho doily, Ill So. Oxford St., Urookljn, N. Y. the delicious fruit tin Is which she always if only the jsor could havo received even 111113 in which case eight will make border, times injure furniture. They are rarely Tub Ckktacii Company, 71 Murray Street, X. Y. a jmrt of what was hero so wantonly one in carried in a little golden lsvx. each corner, and one in center of numerous enough to need attention in Tlio village school children carried n wasted! It was a shame! this "sheaf respect. each side, two sides being made longer this jaffatf'gMT'ygiQgagajB tin lsx in wlncli wen slice of black houe!" Cyane's blue eves glistened with by leaving Another insect, illustrated in Fig. 2 small space tho width of tears. Only Pupuvo remained unmoved. one leaf, between tho side flowers and also gives this brcuil and butter. Hut at ten oVhs-f'"Jv. When the task was finished Papave, corner, working the jiamo as edge of iMcnliitr tinkltii licit morning I'apave ivceivwl from her mother, the o,ue-'tltre trts, in her scarlet silk, quickly entered. Cy- leaves. A round centerpiece edged with sound. Although 3 lllbsl KitiietiiiKM with nwplK-rrjelly, ane, in her bluo muslin, had no choice ross of the size given in tho illustra- so small thatonc "NZFXr can hardly see Minetliiie with preserved cherrW atui but to follow. l tion would be ptvttj. All tnr rhiv np c imv .'ifjaintt the pttate of tho little white The floor crackled under their feet, soinetiiiins with sliced of canditsl ornnge; I have fimtiej A pansy makes a simple design. r v aw Mill on the Surer-ic- t laU II 1. to me n'on pike, 7 nnle Irnm hla""!"!'! nnd am prepared th un e proc-r- l Meivi hrlfied. will prtttiu themto tho and these tart were pluosl in a golden and still more of the precious kernels of Whilo daffodils worked in shaded yel- thing with tho Tbofe Indebted at rofiiiinh;iiy Linri nf I.f.MHKK. SHINULES abivc cnI to i!ll-- call and sct'e. naked eye, yet Ixix which was richly tlucontted with corn were shattered out on tho wet low hllk on whit; make very rich patc , at LOWKh I' I'UIC Ks. I will sell thr lum S.an'tra, ipl. 6 J. E. LYNN, Admr. N it produces a earth. pnviims crnt the mill or ii liter, it tint purchiser. Give tern. ineatrm! I'Hstofii e. MAVWOOD, KV sound that is "Well done," said Pajxivo proudly. Indeed, the sHiileil priticeiHseeiliti Any of these designs may be followed I will deliver avrii cb,itniit thingles at Stan ford or How land at - jj per M. e.ther gold, silver or jewels everything "We t the richest in the land." in colored silks on colored damask, if audible for u A U 11ASTIX long ' distance. no. 2. Outride the sun threw its brightest preferred. that other children had of tin, steel or They aro quite common amongst old Ikniuis over mountain and valley. .Sudgin, I'Apiivc lind gold 1hUUiis on her A benutiful eentor-pioemay bo dono cl'Hik. Kwry nnniiig her hnlr whs denly a frightful flash of lightning dart- on bolting silk, by cutting out and rubbish and around old library books, P. V. GREEN, Proprietor. ed from the clear heavens and struck tho painting pnnsies for border in natural aud arc given tho common name of cidIsnI uith n gold comb, and at she tite witlt a golden fork. Silver slieuf house;"' A terrible m of thunder colors and sizes, and fastening them on "book louse." Their food comes from I hae recently thi Cures cut, covers inelo-e- d her reading lswk, and flllod the air. Instantly the little houo with Invisible stitehs. Or tho edges still smaller insects or from decaying corns, biimont, btuive, old sores, tl.in di.enes, Hotel and intendtakn clnrccoi us present high keeping at piles, fistula, halter vegetable matter, and in thiB way they burns, dew poison and bruises. scratches it has standard. Spuci.U attention icnt! to the traveling Iter ruler and pen cat wen abmorsil was in flames. The corn crackled in the may bo cut to represent leaves, as in Wherever ver. She had an inkstand that was heat. Comities sparks from tho dry the Illustration, and then tho flowers sometimes do considerable injury to tlio liven used it has given wonderful satisfaction and public. tt propensity tor rcuioviUK soreness is remarka stHM of grent stalks sprang into the air. Soon tho painted. made of n huge gre-These same designs mako paper of old books. In such eases they ble. .Numcrnus testmionuli will oe secured and ? rSS.-ah- S Sail.pifi- - H2rfn vuhip. In sliort, nil her isijseoiions whole house was one glowing pillar of lieautiful toilet sets, or lamp or vaso may bo easily exterminated by dusting wdl appear in this space at a Uter date. Made ana sum oy with pyrethrum. Prof. G. C. Davis, in In toonei-ifoAlso sight. mats. were of tho iiiont cuetly wirt. You will fire. It was J. II. UICr.INS.tStanford.Ky. Farm, Field and Stockman. From the midst of the llames came the A pretty lamp mat is made by paint hnrdly Isdieve it, but she had even Drsrs! miH nilll-nrrtho pansy liorder on tho colored n nightgown of purple velvet. All theso sound of shrieks and of prayers. The DOMESTIC LESSONS. prayers from the lips of the gentle Cy- chamois, so much tho style just now. things only fed her vanity, and she Co. Mother Should Itrcln Thrrn When Their more and more haughty, and said ane: the shrieks ah, these certainly Table covers and tops of pin cushions D.uiKliti'r Are Oulto Young. to her maid: "We are the richest in the came from the haughty Papave. But to aro also made of this colored chamois. OF STANFORD, KV., There are the studies that must not In all the.so it will tw found easier to such fearful punishment might pride hind." be interrupted social exchnuges to bo Is now fully organized and ready for business with paint tho border first, then cut tho Ono day it was in summer, and the well succumb. met; a The good reajK'ni were not harmed by edges away, making a pretty colored duly reading certain amount of sewing renjwrs were busy harvesting the corn to bo accomplished; and . Paid up Capital of Hva Evans, in House$200,000. I'apuvc thought it would Isj a Hue thing so much as the singeing of a hair. In scallop-t'dgelife in nbundaiice, and enough keeper. to oxtend her daily walk outside the nwestrnck silence and almost paralyzed Surplus, . - - 15,000. sleep to insure health to bo secured. groat gates of the garden, and watch with fear they stood around the burning MEDICI COLLAR FICHU. Tlio most eflleient, ambitious mother SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL tho re:iKrs at their work. It did not house. To extinguish tho flames was Is often necessarily absorbed with other HANK OK STANFORD, oeotir to the Moiled princess to ask her out of the question. Far or near no A Handsome and Popular Accessory to Interests than ndaptlng her spare motlm Toilet. (Now closing up) v.ith the same assets and undet mother's permission. Oh, no! She wiih water could be obtained. To rescue tho tl.e same managunent. A handsome finish for airy nice dress ments to tho intervals of her daughter's By provisions of its chatter, depositors arc as too much self willed for that. "Come," two unfortunate victims was equally is made of leisure; and tho completion of house fully protected as am depositor:) iu National for tho whole structure was ono to bo worn in the house. It file willed to her maid, "today wo will cream-whit- e silk niched In a plaiting to duties Is imperative, und cannot wait I)an, its shareholders bsing held indiwdualh mass of llame. walk in the field." liable to the extent oi the amount of their stock up around tho neck at tho back, for the hand of a novice. therein at the par saliie thereof, in addttiou to the So the reiqK'rs stood motionless, with stand Tho maid's name was Cyane, and she How would it do to begin the houseamount invested in surh slures. It injy act as rovers wore a gown of bluo muslin. Mowing toil hardened hands fast chwped, la'foro and folded to form executor ndinmistratur, trustee, Ac, us fully keeping lessons when the daughters her head olediently, sho walked meekly this column of fire. Gradually tho flames iuiido a pointed shawl collar of black are five and six? Teach them to handlo an individual.who entrusted their buisinets to us Tu those E. FA213IER, subsided, burning lower and lower, dyon tho left of her young mistress. their toys nicely, and to arrange their while mnaciii); the Lincoln National Hank. 0! Stanford, v.e e hete tenderour mnnv thanks and Tlio two set out from the palace, ing awav in a dull red glow, until at last play houses conveniently for dollic's truu they will continue to transact their business ji little heap of ashes was all that repassed through tho courtyard, and comfort. As they get older, show them with us, nlfenng as guarantee for prompt attensame, our a beautiful 'avenue shaded by mained of the house of sheaves, tho Prinhow to dust and how to sew, using doll's tion to .mil as liberaltwenty years' experience in bunking STANFORD, KENTUCKY, hcchm orange and fig trees. This avenue, which cess Papave and the maid Cyane. patterns; and, when the study hours sistent with sound banking, mo Jatious as are conHas a Barber Shop on Main street, opDeeply impressed tho men returned to had made by tho king's order for grow longer, let them, onco or begin to posite Port mu House, and invites a share of your directors: his daughter's pleasure, led directly to their work. Only tho aged reaper, who I'rompt attention to outside calls and twice a week, do some genuine house p.itrnnape J J. Williams, Mt. Vcrnou; opecial ;i tcnticn to ladies and childrec. Work hud had the courage to warn Papavo, bework, like tho thorough sweeping of the iiuld. J. M. Hail, Stautord; H.inr. in tl e latest sty'e with neatness and disTho cornfields spread far and wide, took himself to tho palace, thero to re-their own room; or making a certain patch. J. S. Ows'ey, Manford; -- ( S J. Kinbry, Stinfrrd;! and uh)ii a wealth of golden ears the ..to to the king and queen tho terriblo kind of bread; tho coffee for breakfast; il..J E. I.jnn, Stanford; priuce.-v- and her companion. '. J. from time to time a btaple dish desmil was brightly shining. The reapers, fato of the A. W. Carpenter, MilledscMlle; The broken hearted parents realized serts will easily follow. During vacain loose white shirts and straw hats, J. K. lUujjtiman, Ilustoiisille; ! too lato that their own teaching had (with lots of fun in between) let tion, hwung their glistening scythes, and J. F. Cash, Stanford; thorn make out tho programme of. two and fostered tho prido and self fore the long, firm strokes the slender MAGIC William Gooch, Stanford, Ky will which had led their daughter to her or three days' work, submitted tho day-b-e stalks fell to the ground. Other workers S. II. Shanks, President fore to tho mother, to bo carried iKHitid tho severed stalks into thick death. J II. Owjley,' Cashier through by them, with the exception of Tho following summer, when tho corn sheaves, which were placed in stacks of BV.'.M. Bright, Tiller emergencies. stood golden in tho field, from out tho four. J H Biuhmsn Ginval H.ioV .Keepc CHOLERA CURE! Let them contribute a share in tho Papavo was at once recognized by her heap of ashes left lying on tho ground hospitalities of their home. Who is a frcarlet silk gown, the green plush man-tl- sprung a beautiful bluo ilower, tlio corn more attractive hostess than tho acand tho golden crown. Dofting their flower, most modest of all field blosNATIONAL BANK complished daughter, gracefully and Instraw hats tlio reapers bent their heads soms, a fitting typo of the gentle, innoMKDICI CUM..YK FICHU. guests in the telligently entertaining in resjiectful greeting. Hut tho proud cent Cyane. And near by bloomed tho OK STANFORD, KY, slllc upon which black thread lttco homo of her parents? And how easily Papavo did not pay tho slightest atten- klatchrose, a field poppy, a true and naturally all her growing duties of the king's daughter, Papave, nbout four inches wide is pathered in a tion. Not a glanco of her eye, not n Capital Stock folword from her lips, not a movement of in her red silk gown. Yes, even tho rullle. Butterfly bows of blnck ribbon will fall into line, in the home that 11. Surplus ..- -. 10,500 lows that of her maidenhood. L. nnd at her head rewarded tho friendly huuiblo raven black hair and tho crown of tho at each side of the tho end of the which Trivett, in Rural New Yorker. Attention nf the public is invited to the fact princess one may seo porietuated in tho people. that this Is the only National HanJL in Stanford Modest little Qynne, on tho contrary, llowor, while tho buds aro infolded in u reaches tho waist, complete this accesTho Causes iT Xlfrhtm.ire. Lr.ilcr the piosisions ol the rational Hunk Ait, tlUVn'm AVHftfA TIM ll' ft! r,i sory to tho toilet, which can bemado in nodded to all in tho kindliest manner as preen mantle. Nightmare is a condition of tho nerv- depositors are secured not only by the mpitn T"rmntik'mr v n" it u in white lace, as well ous system In which the cerebrum is stock, hit riv (lie stockholders nubility lor an And as tho wind scattered tho ashes other colors nnd fiho passed. This aroused tho prince?' of amount equal to the slock, so that anger, and sho begun at onco to plan over all tho field soon there grew every- ns in thoho described. Demorcst's Fam- active, but thero is no control of tho this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 Five swnrn statements of how sho could wound tho kind heart of where among the stalks of corn tho bluo ily Magazine. lower part of tho brain which presides are made each year to thethe condition of the bank United Stairs governA person can ment and its assets arc examined at stated tiiuis corn flower and red field poppy, tho lyio over muscular action. this little maid. Tho l'roprr Carei of Slrooms. by government agents, thus securing mldititonat Far away in tho horizon lay heavy of guilt and innocence, of loving kind The rapidity with which brooms or think and feel, but he caun.it moce. It and perfect safety to dtpoiitors. black clouds. Earlier in tho day thero ness and of haughty pride. And so to dinarily wear out is surprising, says seems to be u sort of temporary paralysis This institution, eru;inAily established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford in 1858, then had been a thunder showor, but it .had this day may they bo seen. Boston Harper's llazar This is partly duo to of the muscles of motion. It is sometimes wtii at the National iUnk ol Stanford Thousands of dollars worth of chickiVj and Massed over, and in tho northeast thero Herald. Translated from tho German leaving tho broom .standing on its brush caused by overheating the spinal cord as the Kir. t National Hank ol aam ens are destroyed by Cholera every 1S82. has h..d nrarticallv an iiiuliter- Stantord now appeared a rainbow, overarching by Jessie Benjamin Hayes, end when not in use. but, more to care- feather bedu are not entirely out of rupted existence of ia years It is bvttcr supplud your. It la moro fatal to them than by a now with t.icihtiefc for tratmaitili business prompt tho fields and meadows hko a many col-lessness In handling A piecu of strong fashion yet and It is also cau-e- d pressure of u full stomach upon tho j ly and liberally than ever before in it lonj and all other diseases combined. JJut tho j I'iiiiiu Wait. ored bridge. cloth, or, better yet, of old woven ' honorable career Accounts of corporations, ndu- discovery of n liquid remedy that "Cyano!" said tho princess in sharp Editor Young man, your poom is or stockinet,.should be drawn aorta. A person should not go to bed curies, tirms and indlsiJuals respectiuuy Immediately after eating a hearty meal; destroys tho Microbca has boon tones, "call soiuo of tho reapers hero at in many respt'et;), but its wo htivo on over tho handle and down below The Directory of this Ilanlc is composed ot onco; at once, I tell you! A btorm is ap- onouj,'li stich materinl to last 113 for tho tho place where the broom splints aro If he does, nightmare may bo one of tho made. Half of the younj: chickens T. J Toster. of Stanford; j next ton years a aro killed by Microbes before thoy aro proaching and I must havo shelter." stitched. A few stitches with strong results. Dr. J. II. Kellogg. we feel obliged to Forestus Uoid, Lincoln count) ; cotton yarn should fasten this cover Hon- - to Mulntulii Uolmst Health. Cynno could only obey. She Poor it. J. W. Hayrion, Stanford; fryers. A bottle U enough for S. II. Hauzhnian, Lincoln; called tho men, who camo running to First, Sleep. Give yourself tho necesPoot (hopefully) Well, sir, you will both at its lower edge und gather nnd M. I. Miller, Mt Vernon; 100 chickens. It is guaranteed. If, havo to havo something for tho eleventh fasten it around tho handle, sewing the sary amount of sleep, from tivo to eight learn tho princess' wish. S. T. Harris Lincoln; after using two thirds of a bottle, you J. S. llocker Stanford: stitches through uud thiouglu This hours. Avoid feather beds. Sleep in a "Hoy, there, you people, build mo a year. Harper's Bazar. G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; aro not satisfied with it as a cure for cover holds tho broom splints together, garment not worn during tho day. To house out of your sheaves. At onco! T I'. Hill. Stanford;W.U. Welch. Stanford. Cholera, return it to tho druggist from Why do you stand thero gaping! I will Tho original lagna Cliarta is pre- und prevents their breaking out and tho maintain robust health sleep with a perW.I'. Tate, Stanford. havo a house to protect mo from tho served in a caso iu a shapeless form liko tearing off of the banding of a broom son as healthful as yourself or no one. whom you purchased it, and ho will OFFICERS: coming storm. Tlio floor shall bo of a handful of torn scraps of paier. What which repeated striking ngninst doors Second, Exercise. Not violent, but sufrefund your money. s and reaching under ficient to produce a gentle perspiration, J.S Hecker, President; Cashier; sheaves, the roof of sheaves and tho hands could put it together? It is six and John J. Mc Roberts, Stan- heavy piee'es of furniture docs. A. A McKiunsy, Assistant Csshicr Per ale by W. B McRoberts, should bo had each day In the open air. walls of sheaves. Bo quick! I lira the ccuturies old. SILENCE AND SOLITUDE. kitifclrt Iti tlio AN ORIGINAL RECIPE. think that I am very vain. l,t The tin-Atl- now 01 rne Age, r n 1 - r blo-wi- I , 1 i I cno-ha- lf C i li.i st " f f I lit-r- 1 1 3. W. H. WEASSffiT, 'v e, Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, one-thir- d SmiXG, one-eight- h WIRE S ASTD SLAT P3SKCE. 3TAH33. d-i- n '" FIHST LtXJlVXBEK - ".MbH-rabl- 1 jtS plu-dt- 1 .... li--,- - 1.-- ..1 -- " e "ii Htom-stitc- satin-stitc- Infants Children. stein-stito- h 1 o 11 " n, y IP' cf SAW MIXk. n-- IWOTSCE! . o stn. 11 i-- 43-- iy o mld-iU- y wm wsBim mi HYSHS HOXTSS, n 96-i- ig l o Farmers BaiMTrast Parlors. out-of-do- i 11 K. T0NS01UAL ARTIST, (iw-cii- '! Is-'c- u SS-f- - s G ANTER' s o FIRST repro-fcentati- S200,C00 neck-plaitin- J0m jgS. i flchu-eolla- r, depo-itor- s 111 111 ' 1 nt souc-te- d. jxwi-tivt- ly tle-cli- 00-cc- nt mop-board- dr-:j- 1 95-i- yr Ic d, v V. . v' iT't'.".".'.':'' "WT. JS- 5 sucb banks of snow nnd bright-tippeTURF TOPICS. Semi-WeekInterior bend of gloom At the April '21. The Satellites of the azure heavens and ask yourself if Louisvillk, Senator Stanford lias announced his Mercury nro beginning to talk nbout this is not a pretty good world after nil. intention to go in extensively for broodPubliabed Every Tuesday and Friday what thoy are roIiir to do next fall ami Repeat thoso beautiful lines of Alexan- ing thoroughbreds. AT ami as usual they predict grentersuccess der Smith's: Nat Drown, of Omaha, has purchase! sod, stallion, Ignis tho well known "Daisies are white in the church-yar.PER, YEAR, I3ST ADVANCE ami moro brilliant display than ever be33 Sweet tears thcclouils lean down and gitc, Fntuus. Tho horso lino n record of 2:2;!. fore. There- is sometbiiiR about nil their TWheii not fo paid $2.60 will be charged." This world is very beautiful, oh1 my God, Tho prico paid was $10,000. parade aud talk which leads up to some- thank Thco that I live." enAn offer of $150,000 was recently madu thinR liko disappointment when one That's tho way to look at life and ev by n Tennessee- syndicate for tho K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. night of the on the ters the ery one will find it the best way if they farm in Kentucky and tbu stock Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning "grand final wind-up- " and finds, contraMayme. will take tho advice of thereon, but it was declined. ry to prediction, a very miscellaneous "l.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. A well known horseman says NolHo FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. crowd aud a stage so packed that ono is Illy will bo in tho first rank of sprinters t 30 tu compelled to stand very much closer to Mail train going North South 131pm John Popples sold to Tone Hunn a this year. Sho is a second Geraldino, accord11 59 P m one's partner than is altogether Express train " South good only for North 311am ing to tho regulation rules of good so- lot of mountain cattle at .'! cts. am Tho executive committee of tho CumLocal Freight North .650 1). C. Allen bought of J. II. liout a South ' J p m ciety. berland Park Fair and Racing associaThe latter trains also carry passengers. How many more privileges men enjoy pair of extra line mules for S.loO. tion, of Nashville, havo decided to hang The above is calculated on standard time. Solar M. V. Elkin it Co. bought of II. J. than women! The Louisville papers are time is about 20 minutes faster tip !c20,000 Iji stakes for tho inaugural Darst a lot of butcher stuff at cts. trotting meeting, liegimiing Oct. Hi next talking about a delightful T. L. Lilian! sold to Robinson, of and continuing six days. The largest away up in the top of the Commercial catstake will bo ono of $3,000, for trotters. building, where the wind from tho river Garrard, a lot of extra good butcher tle at 31 cents. John A. Goldsmith and V. II. Crawsweeps through it every hour in the 21. Kidd shipped l.ll hogs, 177 pounds ford havo made a match for $.1,000 a The members can go there on hot sum side. Crawford names a and mer nights, smoke their cigars, enjoy all average, to H.tltimore that he bought nt a il year-ol- d by Wilton to trot at Lexl! to 41 Winchester Sun. the latest literature and discuss the ington in tho fall of lsyj against a Matt Woodson's lino brood mare, gossip. Now if 1 were a man, 1 aud a by Sablo Wilkes. Both parties havo agreed to am very suro I would be a club man. I Anna C. dropped a tine (lily colt by Chief SGSD, this week. let in tho get of other stallions on tho would belong to at least three di He rent K. A. White sold to John Ikiugh-masame terms. give ones and I think I would manage to of lloyle, a mare for Sir Georgo Chetwynd, tho English the girl I liked best nn occasional insight $12.3 and another to Snow forsatno price. turfman, has issued his book on races. hidden mysteries. into the The cattle market of Cincinnati is A synopsis of his advice to young turfOf course women can have clubs too, Btronger and higher. Hest shippers bring ites is: "Nevor plunge or risk any more but what sensible woman would want to than you can pay Monday. Count your belong to them? Kvery member wants 3J; butchers common to choice 2 to o: losses and play up your winnings. to be president, or mistress of ceremo- hogs are dull and some lower, with o.'M Leave selling races alono. If you aro a close observer and study public form nies in some way, and they end up with for tops; sheep aro in fair demand at t) aud lambs ( to Sj. you stand tho bot hhow to mnko money all sorts of bad feelings invariably. Their to Mr. J. W. Guest, of this county, has by betting on weight for ago events." own faults? Very true; but that does sold to J. P. Caldwell, tho famous race Highest of not alter the fact that men enjoy greater A cream of tartar baking powder ODDS AND ENDS. t privileges than women. There was quite sUrtcr, of New York, his farm, know n V S all in leavening strength. Latest Food Report Very subject at an as tile Owsley place, two miles from this a discussion on this Thero nro 503,000 members of tho afternoon tea the other day. One little city, on tho Stanford pike, containing Episcopal church in tho United States, V. E. YARNON woman said she "wished very much she 200 acres, for $13,000 cash. The farm w ill where in 1S&0 thoro wore only O&J.tttt:!. to fill out unexpired term clC ounty had been born n man for reasons more bo occupied by Mrs. Li..io Walker, of Isn candidate Thero aro still fourteen places on this Judge made vacant by Hie death of Judge T . Varnon.subiect to the action of the Democratic than one. In tho first place, sho would Lebanon, a daughter of tho purchaser. globo where cannibali-m- i is practiced, party not be so little, she would have a much II. C. Herry sold to Geo. and J no. Wood but tho custom is gradually dying out. cattle of 723 pounds avnicer time and last aud most important, :0 Tho most watery county in tho United Ky. she would show men how to treat the erage at ?2S.30 per head. I). N. Prevsitt States is Monroe county, Fla. It is women they love." Another woman bought of Charles Spillman 03 fat hogs, chioily composed of small islands or AT LEXINGTON present said she "would far rather bo a to be taken during tho last ten days in keys. 28 woman, to be loved and petted by some August, at 3 cents per lb. Danville Ad- Tho oyster is one of tho strongest creatures on earth. Tho force required vocate. d nice man." At this the littlo lady And Close May 11. Twelve Days. to open an oyntor is more than 1,!I00 her small nose just a 'trifle iiioio times its weight. A WIDE RANGE. Five Grand Races Each Day. than nature had already mado it, but I A Philadelphia surgeon has dissected hope sho did not mean by that to insinCommence nt a o'clock standard lime. It Is claimed that in almond and comploto nervous sysnut culture the Pacific coast bids nnd mounted tho being, something never uate that she tem of a human Reduced Fare on All Railroads. sex were nice.did not thiuk the sterner fair to surpass tho world. before accomplished. The "ltatllscherralthotogkc!tcs" is Electric cars run directly to the gate. 1 think a man must be exceedingly Thero has lately been organized in rename of n new benevolent J. K ROIUNSON, not to feel a slight iluttei-in- g the established at Evsnsville,order J. II. FERGUSON. New York a rent guarantee company, Ind. cently President. Secretary. in the region of that sacred member Uailvum & Raiixy, tho showmen, pay the business of which is to insure landwhen he sees his sweetheart this spring SI, 000 a day rent for their winter quar- lords against loss by bad tenants. in Colorado, Poncho ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, on her way to church, with her prayer-boo- ters in Madison Square garden, New allThe the side springs,mountain, and aro of a on in her hand and tho latest Fiench York. Seventh and Market Streets, Tub palisades on tho western bank of and cold water Hows from tho ground bonnet on her head. Thoy aro too cun- - - Kentucky, ning (the bonnets) for anything! At a tho Hudson river vary in height from in places not moro than three inches Louisville, - apart. first glance one would imagine that there threo to five hundred feet, and they exWILL OPEN MONDAY, MAR a. tend about twenty miles. Printers assert that typewritten cpy How-er- s was no hat at all, only a wreath of Tub English telephone patents have is not such n pleasure to them as some 'Having sold out our entire interest in the hotel, of curls. The expired, and twisted around a bunch on Jaffarson street, we have motcd to our old the monopoly there has jK'rsons suppose. Thoy buy it is u stand that we occupied for years so successfully little treasures aro crownless nnd are cotno to an end. Tho Bell patents in relief to get a manuscript legibly new fitting it on Seventh and Market streets, arc up in eltgunt shape, new throughout and the out composed of a bit of choice lace and vel- this country have still three years to written on whito paper with good ink." fit will in every way be elegant, including one ot ruy. Tho smallest of all tho states, Rhode Hale's Safety Passenger and Uagzage Eletators vet flowers. If a girl knows how to add We want allot charm to charm she will leave a little C'iiaislks D. Youxo, a Denver boy of ' Island, has tho largest population per with all thelate improvements ourold friends to cr.me and see us in our old home. coal- -' square mile, or ul8.-- i We promise you that our rooms, table and service cluster of curls loose when she twists up fifteen, has built tho smallest iwrsons. Tint figphallbo second to none in the land. My wife, Mrs. her hair nnd place tho bonnet on so tho burning locomotive in existence. It is ures of the last census show that if tho Jo ft, Alexander, wants to be remembered to all about five feet long and weighs two whole Union wero us t1enuly Kpiilatod our lady'friends and she will be glad to see them cluster will peep just over thd top of the hundred and thirty-tivpounds. and give them a heaily reception. Fare Si per day. roses. it would contain 015,700.800 inhabitant. lO. B. ALEXANDER. Manager 101 Tiik Weimar society for the circulait must be terrible to live in tion of good literature has distributed I think RAILROAD JOTTINGS. the large Northern cities, where one enn since last March 300,000 copies of wholenever wear anything sweet or soft or some tales and novels. At tho same Twenty-ninrailroads with a capitalfeminino on the Htreets; at least they time it has increased its membership to ization of $18:2,19:5,000 wero sold out unnever do. Everything is dark and looks 6.000 aml Uas l!(l by 1.M- der mortgage foreclosures in lSOO. Tub reverse side of a printed page for aa if it wero mado for service. Tho maTho estimated cost of constructing not unlike a cribbago jority of tho Yankees dress as precise the blind lookstho page tracks and terminal facilities at tho board. After has been inand severely as they talk. I shall never dented with these points the paper is World's fair in Chicago is .AT forget my first experience among this hardened and sized by a special prepara Franklin Pope says nn electric car on a circular track was exhibited race. It was on a visit to tion. Such a pairo will last, with con- years ago. in New York city fifty-fiv& CO.'S, Chicago. Everything went on in tho' stantuse, foryeats, M. F. There are, still, vacant public lands Tho Pennsylvania Railway company, house liko oiled machinery andof tourse after several years' trial, havo concludtxl I "fell into line," until I was nearing the in the United States amounting to acres, exclusive of the undesira- to abandon all kinds of advertising exKy. conclusion that I was becoming a parable domains in Alaska, and not count- cept that in regular newspajK-rs- . gon of method and orderliness. Ono ev ing the Indian reservations, some of The Denver and Rio Grande railroad ening on returning late from the theatre which are already falling into the genA, G. LANOHASI. John b. castlkman. has just completed an extension in tho I threw my gloves on tho dresser, bon- eral territory of tho nation. San Luis valley, Colo., letween Villa net on the table and. dress across a chair. Grove and Alamosa, in which thero is a CURES FOR THE BLUES. Just as my head sank among the soft miles. straight track of fifty-fiv- o pillows my hostess said: "Don't you Fish aro water drinkers as a rulo, All previous running by tho North think it would give you far less tioublc but tho shark never objects to taking British railway between Edinburgh and and your clothes would be of much great- a nip. Aberdeen has now been beaten. A speJlNKLE "Do you think Miss R. would cial train carrying tho Princo of "Wales' er service if you wero more careful about If I should ask her?" Van horses and luggage recently covered tho putting them away when you take them marry me Uinks "Well, she looks liko a smart distance (130 miles) between tho iwints LIVERPOOL. off?" And looking up I saw her brush- sort of girl still, she might." named in threo hours and seventeen mining and folding my poor tumbled dress, Sia.v Paistek "Now, Missus John-- 1 utes. Deducting delays tho run was and she hung it carefully away with her sing, what does 'ou want on dls yer mado in just threo hours. & ASTLEM AN own t garments. 'Tis needless sign?" Missus Johnslng (after a mo-thousand Ono hundred and sixty-fiv- e MANAGERS, to add I felt very much reproved and ment of deep thought) "I ruess 'Go-- miles of railroad In the United States carIn' out scrubbln' done in hero' will do." j ried last year 473,000,000 people ami Commerce Building1, Louisville. took care that she didn't have another s "A ooon deal depends on the tonsof freight, employed 1,000,000 chance to smile at my "Southern of a thing." "So it does." men, 30,000 locomotives, 'J1.000 passenAgents throughout the South, ways." "How different u man who takes a drop ger cars, 7,000 baggage cars and 1,000,-00- 0 Every ankee is confidently expect- mornings Is from an eavesdropper." invested, freight W.:A.5TRIBBLE, Local Agont, ant of making a fortuno during the A few mornings since two gentlemen 15,000.000,000; cars. Capital yearly disbursements for World's Fair. Let us hope their confi- were accosted in the following grandil- labor and supplies, 100,000,000; profits, 6 STANFORD. KY. oquent terms by a beggar: "Oentlemen, $320,000,000. dence is not misplaced. One often hears some person exclaim: will you administer the balm of consol"Thero is no happiness in tho world!" ation to a debilitated constitution?" AROUND THE THRONES. Miss Laiiici.v "Oh! tho poor littlo Now I believe there is, and I think evebirds! What will they do, seeking Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria has a ry little "darkie" will testify to the truth shelter in this snowstorm?" Mr. Robin morning gowns and of this statement. I once heard a very A. Dare "I can tie my handkerchief passion for silken ho orderd magnificent ones from Paris. wealthy, prominent gentleman say he over that one you have in your hat, The emperor of Japan lias just passed often sat on his verandah in summer and dear, if you think It needs protection." through a severe attack of tho grip. Editoii "James, what is that mov- Several of tho members of tho royal envied a ragged littlo negro wandering along tho street with a French harp in ing in the wastebaskct a mouse?" household also had it in a bad form. Roller Extract. his mouth and all his soul lost in the James (examining basket) "No, sir; Tho littlo sons of the German emperor, it's ono of them throbbing, passionate mellow notes of his only earthly posess-ion- . poems, sir." Editor "Pour some water tho crown princo and his brother, aged The trouble with of on it, and throw it in the ash barrel. eight and seven, attend tho cadets' school, and tho two succeeding boys, six humanity is they have too much for their The place isn't insured." Mns. Ri.ANK "My dear, during tho nnd four, aro under a tutor. Their miliown welfare. inOno of the happiest women I ever summer you said tho only reason you tary education is begun almost in fancy. knew was a littlo sister of charity. Sho went to the races was because tho Queen Victoria has progressed so raphad taken "tho vow of poverty" and country air was so cool and pleasant. IS OUR BEST FLOUR, Why do you go now when tho thermom- idly in tho study of Ilindostaneo that yet her eter is almost at zero!" Mr. Blank spent her life in tho sho now writes it with ease. Tho staff BUT EITHER face was as bright and her voice as "Uin er I go now, my dear, because of teachers who havo instructed her cheery as if her plain black gown wero a tho excitement of tho races warms mo wore four natives, with an Englishman, queen's robe and her littlo whito cap a up." knowing tho country and tho languago coronet. What a beautiful life sho led Charles Curtis, a negro, was taken well, as interpreter. IDOL-KIN- G or Always doing something lor others find from the jail at Liberty, Miss., and hung Tho czar's now railroad train is finasking no reward but the smilo of tho for outraging a whito girl. ished. It consists of n etirriago for tho Master sho served. Gus and Sam Sullivan for the mur- emperor and empress,' ono for tho heir This is such a fair world, why not try der of Thomas Urashier in Mason coun- apparent, a third for tho grand duke and two for GOOD FLOUR FOR to make it more attractive, instead of al- ty were giveu 0 and 11 years, respect- duchess,servants, aattendants, two for IS A saloon carriage, a minor ways complaining? Look out over the ively. THE MONEY, kitchen and' a workshop. ly A Journr: Interesting Fashion and Other Gossip. To the Editor of the Interior Journal tree-top- s; d ! far-awa- y JOE SEVERANCE, Jr., Axe ii l for 1 ball-roo- - Del-mo- nt three-quarter-s. club-roo- 15 ROYAL jiPllf club-roo- . llol-tno- n, POWDER Absolutely Puro Gotcrn-men- d Association Races, WALTER A. WOODS' Binders, Mowers, Hay Rakes, Twine, &c. Will Commence April tip-tilte- Ma-dcr- ia cold-hearte- d k ht Cici AiiflAir&2ta uin&yrM .tap' !5 him: rFmu imec fdl CELEBRATED REMK' uutn W9 V W fli fc m a . m ok m ik. a m k a w Px ", iff 1'tilnM WR THE LAST f OR Stot EVERYWHERE 20 YEARS. j "po-a-tiv- e 'ONSUMmNsS&K" An Illinois farmer mjv properly objects to the term "breaking" fi.lts. That which usually goes under this name should never mean anything more than educating tho animals to do certain kinds of work that will increase their value aud usefulness. Wo do not want to break down tho colt's spirit at all, but merely to direct it, and this can lxst bo done by making tho frisky young eruat-ur- o know that you aro his friend. For a number of months American live stock inspectors havo been stationed by tho United States government at foreign ports whore our live food animals aro debarked. During all those months tho inhj)ectors havo watched closely, and yot not ono case of have they found among our beef cattle shipped abroad. What have foreign governments to bay now about tho hualthfuluess of American moat? Spring auction wiles of jiedigreed cattle are taking place in various large cities of tho country. Cattle stock has seriously deteriorated in tho past few yours, owing to the fact that fanners, breeders anil ranchmen were disgusted with the low prices that prevailed, aud let their stock got down at tho heel. Whole herds of splendid iedigreed animals wero in home cases sold at mere butchers' priebs for scrub meat. Tho indications are that now tho owners of then) will wish they had not done it. So pay particular attention to tho blood of your stock cattle this spring. is a disease propagated only by direct contagion. A hog famine in tho southwest is threatened for next year. Tho htock was nearly all sold off on account of scarcity, of corn from tho drouth. A practical farmer says, "Whenever pork is cheap I always fatten and kill all my pigs, except breeding sows, as soon as Dosoible." Oak Hill Stock Farm. 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